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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
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September 14, 1957
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 14, 1957
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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a knife blade Friday, Sept. 6, D. C.. The case of Bishop D. Ward Nichols, recently -|Streets last Saturday -between:
when she 'was allegedly attackedby suspended Bishop"of the 11th Episcopal-District took another |915; and 9:25 p'p.a;;woman;was,

Delores! Braodhead of 734 turn this week when the Bishop's Council meeting In a special session cut by her husband 'who- :passed .. ,'.

Court F. .c...._ ..._ at Metropolitan AME.Chnrch assigned him to the ,16th Dis at the time she'was waiting;;end : --

'-wsa. non: told poltc..ahT '= .. s .SI--.AlUMs.a: : : *...'":.-.- started. + ," "'cutting" .... on....her...,.'becauseAirs. .,- -4 J
was cut on the left shoulder The action was taken- contingent ." 4c::' -t :_ ::_
after accusing her of going with on the signing of. the Journal concerned !(yet, a minority opin Jessie Ben Green, "iftr_ -e

her boy friend. The knife wield. Entry .and the formal opinion ion drawn up by Rev.. J. P. Q. W... 13th Street told 'police she : .

Ing took place at 701 Court F. which is'to be prepared by Judge Wallace of Indianapolis, Indiana, was waiting for her chauffeur: to

It was stated to police that Perry Jackson of Cleveland, was released to the press Tues pick her pp; and he did not show ,

prosecution of Miss Broadhead President of the 'Judicial Cuncil. day.Rev. up. so she decided to.catch a toad_
wasdeslred. The Judicial Council of the Wallac estated he was While waiting for the cab, she
Patrolmen F. Mack and E. AME Church met last week in one of the three dissenting members said her husband Robert .Charlie Pearlie Mae Lewis, 18, who was j coast "guardsman Samuel .Junior i truck is. seen awaiting medical

Hickson Investigated. Cleveland and announced Saturday of the Judicial Council. Rev. Dixon-, 34; 1166 W Beaver Street injured when the, car driven by j Jackson: rammed into, a_ parked I|aid.. (See Story. .; .

that the conviction of Bishop i Phillip. Van Putt n of Port-Au- came by .and asked her "where
Nichols Prince, Haiti, who was presentat is your car?' She told him to go
by a Committee of .
MAN IS STABBEDBY the Bishops' Council meetingin which he allegedly replied BAPTISTS LAWYER' :
Trial had been reversed and that home, to RETAIN : : : WOMAN HURT
the Washington, also identified :-he/ would, and. ;threatenedto ,
PEEPING TOM suspended Bishop' would be
himself as one of the dissenting "kill her; According'-tothe ,vicjim -- .. rINCARWRECK
returned to full status by the FIGHT }
voters. : started,:cutting TO JACKSON'ELECnONXoiriseville !
Joseph Henry,Jackson, 49, 729 Bishop's council upon ,the official \} husband.' ** .
Rev. Wallace 'in his press' re- heK: T -
Davis Street was taken to Duval signing of' the 'Journal entry. Judicial ,
leased stated'that the ,
Medical Center Monday, Sept. 9, The action of the Judicial Council Investigating _the tase.'were
suffering from stab wounds in the in reversing the decision of Council no time considered the to Patrolmen J. Seldon, and'M. New. ,Ky.- Supporters of the_ Constitution of the National _

back and right side inflicted bya the Committee of Trial is subject evidence that'was presented aom. .. _Baptist have'.retained a lawyer to test the legality of the election A young Jacksonville woman

man whom he said he caught only to the General erencewhich' them.The following the election .of Dr. Joseph J. Jackson as president for the was injured in a car wreck lash r
main issue discussed by ... .
: -- fifth bane Saturday when 1952.Ford
peeping in his room. : is scheduled in 1960 in Los I night a
Jackson told investigating officers Angeles. It is within the law of the Council 'during Cleveland ,HOME: BROKEN: ;INTO This action 'followed a series of ... sedan in which she was riding

that he and his "girl friend" the church' that a'extra fcesalon deliberations ,was ,to cave .Bishop! MACHINE 'IS :STOLENWillie wild and disorderly sessions 'of with U. S. Coast Guardsman
ing session. They were
Nichols Rev.: Wallace 'stated. ,
asked L. D. Odom why he was can called it a majority of the I the convention in which the president Samuel Junior Jackson rammed
layed a on behalf of the
peeping into his room. Odom became Council of Bishops agree that The meeting was completely I was, accused of violations of program into a ,parked International
dominated by four laymen who Pearl McNeal of 419_ American Baptist ..Theological truck. -
angry and slapped the one Is needed. Seminary.
Jackson said .he the matter of an State Street Lane reported the The
young woman. although parliamentary procedure and of Even during this the accident occurred about
asked the he extra session discussed no Continued 8) loss of a sewing machine after 11:00
man why slapped was ( on Page steamroller tactics. speakers had to make themselves p.m. at 21st and Main"streets
his girl friend whereupon Odom vote was taken on issuing the the rear door of her house had The main constitutional, ..ques heard about the noise and'confu ..

pulled a knife and stabbed him call. been broken, open. and .her home lion revolves' around the validityof sign around them. The trouble: Pearlie Mae Lewis, 18, 3309

twice. CHURCH FUNDS LOW BOARD REFUSESTO entered. an amendment to the constitution -. was on the platform. Plateau Street a passenger in :;:
The wounded man was carriedto It is felt that She told police she suspected adopted in 1952 limiting Jackson's
,.however, becauseof i Most of the 'persons seated on car suffered lacerations
the hospital in a police ambu. Eddie Lee Duncan, 27, of 235 the tenure of the
financial strain on the budget the floor of the Jefferson .Coun: of lower lip and complained of
lance. The case was. investigated i COMMUTE W. State Street of taking the the provision is valid, President
fund, a special session of the .. ty Armory where the conventionwas pains in the shoulder. She was
by Patrolman M. L. :Massey. machine. ; J Jackson is not eligible t '
General Conference would not be held indicated several times given first aid by police and
patrolmen H. W. Keeler andB.
adviseable at this time. Same serve' as president. that they wished to hear the taken to Duval Medical Center.
WOMAN HIT IN HEAD sources have indicated that a DEATH ORDERS W. ,Hagan investigated. ,If the provision. is-'invalid! his When Dr.. ,Jackson" came Into a Police 'officer investigating the

large portion of the bills incurredfor election would be constitutional. the convention %
he was given an wreck reported that the tractor
FIGHTING HUSBAND the last General Conferencehave I James M. Nabrit of Washington '
.. ovation, but the disorder con was properly parked facing Weston
not yet been paid and there .Tallahassee! State P onBoard MAN CUT IN FIGHT D. C.. noted civil rights at- tinued. The Rev. L. Evans, for. North side of 21st street in
Mrs. Joyce Dixon of 624 W. last 'Wednesday refused to ; has been the man selected
are unconfirmed reports that pay. BY BUTCHER KNIFE merly'of Nashville Tenn., now- )f front of No., 51 W. 21st when
Orange.Street 'was hit in the commute the death sentences of by'the litigants to make court
salariesis a
ment of national officers' New York City the ringleader, Jackson's car which was proceeding ,
head during an argument with falling behind, iimmie Lee Thomas, a Jackson > test, of ,the legality of the elec. kept shouting into the micro west rammed Into the rear
her 'husband late last Sunday In addition ville man convicted of raping a Shellie Richardson, 35 of 1296 tion.; "
there Is a persistent phone. Some ministers pushedhim
.afternoon. and was admitted to white woman in. a cemetery :and W. 31st Street, was the victim The court ac.tion. which"4 "" of thf tractor.knocking the front
rumor that the fee for prosecuting ex off the platform.! '
Duvai .Medical Center for treat. the Bishop Nichols ease which Roosevelt Rhone of, Cleawaler of a butcher knife cutting last pected to be bitterly contested, He grabbed a folded metal wheels up onto the s sidewalk. The

ment. opened In Jacksonville last July I who was condemned'f.or the knife Saturday at the : home. ',of his will' in all probality, take -place chair .and drew back to throw Ford turned over .and landed on .'.

Mrs. Dixon told investigating; 29, is still owed /attorney Sadie slaying of his wife'In an.Ocala girl friend: after .!te had waited in the Federal' District Court in it. A minister on the platform its roof. a

officers that during the argument M.. Alexander.. has laundry. for her to come home.Richardson Washington. 31J. beat
Alexander him to the draw and threw Jackson whose age is listed as ., ,
sh ewas hit in the head. A hole been non-commltal on the subject, Thomas' attorney. Ernest Jack. told investigating The chairman of the commit. aj chair: at him first. He threw '28 and lives at 2279 Run Street, % ";; ,
with Floyd Dixon, her husband, but inside sources say she waspaid son. pleaded f f r., a life sentencefor officers that he went to the home tee is Dr. T.., M. Chambers of a:; chair back. ;
left side of Thomas friend at. '3617 Davis Los -_ was arrested on two"charges ,.: : y
was knocked in the a nominal fee. contending that .tf of his girl Angeles Calif. In the melee that followed '
he had been a white he treet to wait for her to. come running Into a parked vehicle and '"-
her head. Despite the two rulings in favor man Members are Dr. Borders of at least one minister on the plat:
Patrolmen J. Seldon and M. of Bishop Nichols there is a diehard probably would nothave been home. When 'she adrived she was Atlanta; Dr. Rowland Smith of form was pushed or knocked driving without a driver's license. ".S

Newsom investigated. faction fin the church who [convicted, or at most would have with a male companion.He Arkansas; Dr. Henderson of Los down and chairs were -angrily ,.The approximate damage, to (: ;

still holds that he is guilty and received a recommendation! of said he asked her what Angeles; Dr. Owens of :Memphis; hurled. the.Ford was $400 and approximately f.::: '
{ mercy from the Jpry.- was' going on and a fight started. Dr. Barbour of :The .".
A FLORIDA STAR .j seems determined to pursue the Pennsylvania; Dr. Rev. Mr. Evans escaped $150 damage to the trac. { "
:; issue to secure a final conviction. Jackson said there was no'bru. I During the fight he was cut witha Marshall Shepherd of Philadelphia arrest, but policemen stationed at tor. t;
IN..E RY. -Although the ,official majority tality connected* with the crime butcher knife. He does' not and Dr. Sandy Ray of New the Armory, moved in to restore. \' r}
and that.'the record showed the want 'to-prosecute. t York. ., .,*** order' and went the Patrohnen.E.. W. Holt. 'and.W. -
t .COLORED 'HO'M hasnot: been submitted to parties -.upon platt '. c
I woman, did not resist 'testifying G/ -- '- E. Alsobrook 1nyestIgated ,and .
... opinion of the Judicial Council Patrolmen L.. ,Bradley; and : Dissenting- factions, the convention t .r .... 1 -. --- T
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,Two THE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, September 14, 1957....?'r

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; :THE FLORIDA STAR I ] ..'f'. or. f .

Politics As Usual <3l ;,pmt;. : II

NEWS .... ......- t
-&- By ERIC O. SIMPSON '.' ;: ., ', .

'. Published. bf. The Florida,.Star PnblisMn;; c.. .
'I ti It was with mixed emotions that I surveyed the report, in a j' !
-- white weekly tabloid that the FLORIDA STAR enjoys financial )
lA' support from the NAACP. ;; i

2323" Moncrlef Road ... .......,.._....._EL.4-S78S :EL 4-8783 i am not sure.'"!:';' ....._ ... :)

Downtown p- nr Offices .422 Broad Street, -rhoae Tit gt& 4>m'Sa1UDrAddress where the newspaper -;., 'i;; '. Instead of accepting support ,

f* r ti# '; 't= r t r .. secured Its"l.. ,..f from the NAACP I wish I were '
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information .
',". :"' : In a position to, instead to .
\ P. O. Box Ml Jacksonville 1, Florida and the name Oftl
;' 4. the NAACP heavily to aid it
the who .
-.' I person .

.Eric O..Simpson; ................Jr.: ......................EdiUrOi supplied such erroneous .! $ In the work it Is doing to sup.

.Parham Johnson................ .............News StanJtamae'Btcbardson information s ;, t port equal ..rights equal,Job op. '
is not im .
....'......................CircmlaOoa Dept. portant. i-:. 4 portunlties, equal educational :fa. \ "

..IiI'..... f r... r What is 1m. duties equal housing facilities ;

Member of Associated Negro Press tit tiff's portant is for the right to vote-and to sum it ':
n .:. .r all FULL CmZENSinP. sIt
+J SUBSCRIPTION RATES' \ Jaxons to realize up
that there is too bad that still ,
I are we
One"Year $5,00; Half Tear, $3.00; Three Months. $L80 s
.- still in our SIMPSON have with us a few back-boneless ,
Mailed To'You Anywhere In The United States. ,_ c t
Y midst that detestable type of Negroes who are. afraid to standup ,:

.:Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Necks or Honey; Orders Tot' 'mac Negro who goes around like an for their rights and are wiH-

'.FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA informer telling things about progressive ing to sell their brothers out so

'IE. : Negroes so that small that they can get a few favors

groups of rabble-rousing, race from whites who rate our people

,f ARKANSAS GOVERNOR : \ P1 anti-Cathollc baiting antKNegro.and anti-American antl-Jewish, as second class esses citizens. )

that still
hasn't'grasped The current talk about ex.

T:- MOST BE STOPPED' NOW the concept of democracy. tending the city limits which will

The weekly six.pager went on affect many Negro county voters

to say that the STAR has some into the city voting scheme is

local "Jewish connections." i something for us to think about.
There is no doubt but that the Arkansas school sttuatton IBM ,
For the sake of the record It It is to be admitted that the

reached a crucial point And sooner or later somebody will must be stated that the FLORIDA proposed plan would give many

r have to back down. i STAR enjoys no financial Negro citizens residing in the

If Gav. Fat bus gets away; with what he's doing -. using the support whatever' from the sub-divtsions such as Magnolia
NAACP or any other organize \
Gardens and .
National Guard to keep Negro children from a school ordered Floradale the opportunity a
tion for that matter And as of
l integration by a federal Judge every Southern Governor will EQUALLY VICIOUS, 'IN THE EYES OF THE WORLD for ,our local "Jewish connect which in, many voting cases affect'city affairs them

feel free to .do .the same. tions" I am 'proud I can num. too. But, on the other hand

If Faubus who is headline hunter opportunities in the making and ber several respectable citizens of
obviously a polltidng now bringing portions of the county
that you are bound to come out Jewish faith vast
for re-election or for TJ. S. Sate: seat, is allowed to, get away I among my into the city voting scheme will
Your ahead when you are bound to number of friends comprised of
with such a prank it would make a Joke of the U. S. Supreme Weekly ,I come out ahead when all is said Syrians Greeks, Italians Irish, serve to reduce the Negro voting
strength-percentage wise
to the
Court ban on school segregation.. It would' mean a breakdown of i and done. Meanwhile rein in your blondes, brunettes redheads. -
the federal, government power to carry out the law. I ambition when it gets too frisky Catholics, Protestants, Methodistsand city.And
i and the lid excessive socialor we certainly do not want
put on have
This business! of out the militia to anticipated what you. '.
calling suppress
that. As it stands
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR business spending. Opportunities now the Negro
violence and using that pretext to defy the Federal government'lsa
vote in the
city Is one-third of
to make deals in houses or -
very serious matter. It Is rebeflloa ,the first step to ,anarchy BUSINESS' LOVE TRAVEL commercial real estate should be There is little or no reason to the white vote but It portions of,

and the preclpltaUon of a civil war. alter the position you have taken the
By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER thoroughly investigated. county are brought In, then .

President Eisenhower can use the powers at his disposal to stop &-SO()-di-59-43-436.LIBRA during the t1rst quarter as thereis Negro vote in proportion to

such defiance of federal authority. He must not yield to the gover. nothing new that would Justify whites, will be reduced from one.'" -

nor of Arkansas. ABIESBorn preparations that are required in it. Keep reflecting and investigating third.It .

March 21 thru April 19- your domestic or workaday en. 'so as to get your ideas seems
to me that this bust.
Born 24th thru Oct. 23rd.
Even if the headway appears vironment. Sept. co-ordinated and established alongthe
ness of extending the city shouldbe
rather meager it seems essential 820-55-:19- -825. __. This is a period when partner. lines that will do you the
put to a referendum, so that
SCHOOL FACULTY MEETINGS and cooperative enterprise
for you to do as good a job as most good.
should not be allowed to fall the people can decide' for them.
you can under the existing cir.
DANCERBorn selves whether want to be
: still have great they
ARE BECOMING NUISANCE cumstances. Your. pocketbook and June 22nd thru July 22nd. apart as they left in AQUARIUS'Born brought Into the, city limit or
" money-making potentials
_. i security projects .stand'to benefit. As there is little change from them. Have faith and the future Jan 20th thru Feb. 18th. not. There are several other as- \.

i it you proceed with confidence the conditions that prevailed dur. will not let you down. You can invest in such sound pro. pects, such as taxes, .fire protection I

:and determination despite the ap ing, the preceding period, continueto 6-50-77-49-7=654.SCORPIO jects -as property improvementswhen street lighting, water supply .
.'A'.school teacher's job, at best, is a none too easy 'one. As a :parent confusion and uncertain make :your plans on a day-to this will enhance its resale charges and -so on, to -be con.

mater of fact since teachers have had to contend with lesson plans :ties. Play a leading role In organizing day basis ..Social adventures may value. The 9th calls for the complete sidered. .

accumalative folders and a multitude of other1 record keeping, In .movements that give you :be the means of bringing new knowledge and approval of ,

addition to the laborious task of Imparting knowledge, teaching has .i more power [pleasures and romance into your Born Oct. 21th thru Nov. 22nd. the one who shares your main

become a job just short of plain drudgery.With 2-70--33-69-32-213 There is little change in the picture .
life should they be lacking at objectives when it comes to econ.

all the' teachers have to endure struggling the most [this jpoint. 'hp, pi essRthatiyou ; "'' th" the, .possible exception omic readjustments and the expenditure %
I. that should find this an even
part of the day with thirty to forty restless youngsters -- It aeecM TAURUS r ,give to others could ,be returned you the of mutual funds. 113 YOUR -
Inhuman'for a principal to call a faculty meeting two and three i Born April 20th .thru May 20th. to you in generous mea. more enjoyable week 7-50-6ft.-19- 5-756.

times a: week a few minutes before they are 'e8dy'to go home.We While you are engaged in making sure. previous one. Keep playing animportant.
: in the social or NAME
don't know what these principals hope to accomplish when II preparations: for the" successes you 6-90-77-89-7S- 76. part that frequent. PISCES ,
club circles you -
: they call 'these frequent faculty meetings late In the afternoon eventually hope to carry off, do 4 2-40-88-39-87-24.,8. Bora; Feb. 19th thru March 20th.

when people who have worked all day arc ready to go home and not overlook the value of bolstering LEO Pay close -attenUon to whateverIs ffN THE.

stretch out their weary bodies. About the only thing they, saezx old ties and forming new Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd. I being said and done this week -

to accomplish is to let the teachers know who is boss. ones thatrill strengthenyour There is no harm In jotting down SAGITTARIUSBom as you will learn by other OK?
.. Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st. pee..pie's i .
hand. The 9tk implies that re. your ideas and classifying them I
There Is'serious doubt that these sessions which can be more errors and experiences without
saurcefulntBS coupled with the for future reference but do not There may be soe value in lookIng
aptly described as "nuisance. meetings", can produce anything worthwhile paying the price. Act with .
bide time will ahead and getting all set fora
abSJiiy to your make the mistake of thinking
when weary teachers, with their minds focussed on home and: f and not against the wishes of ,j
bring what you want most. that now is the time to back new and ambitious drive to
their children, :are 'forced to_ sit in a meeting; and listen to the your mate and adviser on the
& S3 4.1 .'%D4a-684.CSEMJNI them up with positive action. It wardyour objectives, accordingto
blow off of these from 9th. The 14th added
principal Some meetings we gather com gives evi (
would be 'of value to the 9th. You should find openings
plaints aired frequently seem downright unreasonable.,. dence that you can find guidance
: to do some great research and to to impress important people
'It' 'would be well too if those principals who overtax thir I and inspiration .from people who
21st. know-how efficiencyand ,
Born May mst thru June consult the people who are ex with your. 1
teachers by'havlngthem return to school for frequent night, and Coattotra to mark tkne during ,I perts. ability to produce or to get I are associated with you or with
Sunday teas and a variety of other. projects would b* mcco con. whom you expect to face in the
to do .
this quart ztt the planetary 9-10-09-12- -918. others 'so. future

siderate.. command to surge- forward Is 10-22-39-23-342. --s0-21-29-23-13L.

*'There are many who question whether the zealousa of same: not likely to J tie given. Meanwhile, VIRGO' '.

principals is motivated by a sincere interest_ In the cWldren or a you can prolong your vacationing Born Aug.24ttt thru-.Sept: 23rd. CAPRICOR.'lBorn

; desire'f or>personal achievement,. adrenters or concentrate on the The'Htlv reveals that there, are Dec., '22nd thru Jan. 19th..
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26th ANNIVERSARYThe :Y. :.9 txE' F
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Gladiola Ladies Club, of 'y,71. .t.. t

which Mrs. ,Cora Lewis Is presi- :' V kVV$ V tV

veraary on Sept. 28 at the Wilder <., : V V
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dent, will observe its 26th annI. ; : ::

Recreation Center, Third and Mt. t? f4" ij ; _ L __'. __ 4 k
Herman Streets, from 2 to 4 ...
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It was announced by Mrs. Cora ; Ass .' ,

Lewis, the president, that a program '%>9oaa
APPRECIATION11158.LeoIa of Sit.; Tabor Baptist Church. King, Miss Marian Norris and
will be a feature of the
observance. King, center, is seen followingthe Young ladies who participatedIn Miss Evelyn Coleman. Miss King

"Appreciation Night" which the event are seen with the will leave Jacksonville next weekto

was sponsored in her home last honoree. From left are Bliss InezJ. enter the Columbia School of
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A ; : Tuesday night in the auditorium Smith Miss G. White, Miss Nursing..
Wedding BellsWillie

age 24
and Marya J. Crosby, 1026 Oak. ). ?
'I- '4' :
ley St., age 18. .
Milton. Wright, 623 W. Orangeage Y .yy f N n'@ PTA of Richard L. Brawn The Royal Palm Christian Club

27 and Ernestine Stubbs, 650 School will sponsor a musical will meet Sunday September 15, ..

Brady Court, age 27. r concert at the school ,Thursday, at 3 p, m. in the 'home of Sister

Willie Bell, 709 N. Lincoln Ct., Twelve Sept. 19, featuring the piano of Estelle Charles of 1763 Venus
high school graduateswere Street. Business of
age 33 and Berry Chambers., 630S. Mrs. J.. .M. Lewis.
announced will be transacted.
R- today as recipients
Lincoln Court, age 18. '
Monroe Monford, 373 SpruceSt. g'jyiaL'W4 of Delta Sigma Theta 'So The program will consist of {rs. Mary Dixon is the president -

., age :'5 and Jessie Lockett, rority's national college scholarships classics-, semi-classics fplk songs and Mrs. Edith Woods is
912 Barnett St., age 43. for the 1957-58 school: year. and sacred selections. Several secretary.

James Weaver, 516 W. Union The scholarships from guest artists will participate on
range $200to
St., age 21 and Lillie M. Moore, the program. MRS. M. K. GIBSONTO

1552 W, 14th St., age 18. WESTSIDE COMMUNITY ges, bits Arnetta Fountain, Mrs. son, Mary Alexander, Viola Wilkins 500. ADDRESS CHOIR'S19th

CLUB Pictured here are the Bonnie Frazier, Mrs Hossie Car. D. Ilills, I&:' Washington, J. Representing all sections of Mrs Verie Cruse will serve as ANNIVERSARYChoir

members of ,the Westslde Community ter and MrsjThelma Slmpklns. B. Gaithers, Minnie Crockett, 111- the country, the twelve yang mistress of ceremonies, the chaplain .

ABOUT PEOPLE Club who met recentlyin Standing left to right women will Rev. C. J. HodgeS will offer
ace: lie Wallace, :fthelWUams, Ma. prusue college coursesin No. 2 of the Macedonia
the home of Mrs M. F. Carterto prayer. The program is scheduledto
Juanita Everett, Mrs. Mary J.
chemistry, biology advanced Baptist Church will celebrate
mie B.
Anderson D. McMullen !
make plans for their 16th anniversary Jackson, Mrs Mary Striven, Mrs begin at- 7:30 pjn. under the their 19th

Mrs. Jessie Gallon of 1747 Dot program to be pre Cecila Anderson, Mrs OWe RobIn. Carrie Smith,_ Luckins Amos, Lillie mathematices, music education direction of Joseph Johnson, night, September anniversary 24th at Thursday 8

Street had as her house sented October Collins Emma public school teaching physical chairman of the program comrai p. m.
guest on 5. In the top son and Mrs Ethel Boyd.. Among Hawkins, Mrs M. K. Gibson, District President

recently' her daughter Mrs. Mil photo, sitting left to right are: those seen In the bottom photoare Laura Small, M. Lawson, and therapy, personel administration tee at the school. of the Jr. Women Conven.

dred Matthews of Dayton Ohio. Mrs. Nannie P. Myers, Mrs Hod.. : Mesdames Josephine John- Alta Washington I II and education of the deaf. V tion, will be the principal speak.

Captain and Mrs. Percy Thomas BUSINESSWOMEN ANNIVERSARY SET I The scholarship winners and GRACE TO SERVE er.
the schools to Rev.
ORGANIZATIONHELD which they- will J. C. Rogers is the pres- -
Jr., and children left last TO MEET TUESDAYThe AT SECOND BAPTIST ident.
go are: Lutrelle Hilton
of Part
Saturday for New York City, -
prior to embarking for England Business and Professional St. Jos, Fla., to Florida: A&M MUSICAL AT
where Captain Thomas will be Women, YWCA, will meet Tuesday University, Bertha Hampton of
R.. Bunkley Club of District -
stationed for three years. They at 8 at the Roanoke AT CHURCH SUNDAYThe
p.m. New Lin. 15, Second Baptist Church Va.,.to Hampton Institute
were the house guests of Mrs. I coin Golf and LITTLEROCK
Country Club. The will celebrate Freddie Mitchell
its 27th anniversaryand OF MT. OLIVE of Chicago,
Thomas' mother, Mrs. Inez Mc- meeting was postponed from last women of Grant Memorial .
the 18th for Deacon Silas to the Illinois
,Gain of 1350 W. 22nd Street Monday due to inclement weather. University of AME Church will sponsor a RaIn.
McKinney as leader the 18th,for _
This is the first,meeting follow Francs Wright Whaley, of Little Melvin Grace bow Tea Sunday from 4 to 6 p. "
Mrs. the deacon will
Amelia McKinney as deaconess ,
Miss Agnes Bynum and Mr. i ing summer vacations and the : The' Women of 7 it. Olive'MtE"V Rock Ark.., ,to .the University of m. '.)n the church auditorium.The .
and Mrs. Emma L. Collier Church : "* : serve as Master of Ceremoniesfor
and Mrs. Willie Wells of Japonica president, Mrs. Samuel L. Lynch, will observe her 12th-- year as organized for the annualwomen's Michigan. the "Afternoon of Music" to women, under the leader.

Road, Magnolia Gardens, returned will preside. deaconess, Sunday at 3 in day observance which Shirley McBee, of Tulsa, Okla., be presented Sunday, September' ahfp'ot Mrs Frances Moore, are .
I p.m. will be an event ot'October striving hard to make '
27. to ,the affair _
to the city recently from Hostesses for the season will be the main auditorium of the Langston, University, Jean I 15, at 3 p. m. in the Little Rock
Chicago HL, where they visited Mrs. Geneva P. Guyton and Mrs. I:church. The officers and committees are C. Williams of Elloree, S. C. to Baptist Church 4th and Van a success. A program will be presented .
as follows: with of the
some leading
Wesley .R. Bynum, brother of Joseph Johnson Guest.. Districts are District 3 Northwestern University University Buren Streets.
Miss Mrs. Emma L. Moran, chair=;; Mae Berthann Jones talent in the city appearing.STOP .
Bynum. and Mrs. Wells. Plans will be made I of
for the of Zion Hope Baptist Church, Featured on the program will
Mrs. .
man; Viney Ford, cochairman Los Angeles Calif. to
Leadership Training Day activity, District 5 of Day Spring Baptist Mrs. Elizabeth George be some of the city's leading
Mrs. Annie Rainey of 760 Rob. the baiaar for World Fellowshipand Church, District 9 also of Day ; Edith M. Nelson Nixon; Pepperdine College, Racheal Vincent talent, among them the Celestials J

inson Avenue ,and grandson Elijah the membership coffee. Spring 'and District 8 of Shiloh secretary asa't ; Mrs. I. of Atlanta, Ga., to to Tom- Zion Hope Mile and Fe-

left the city recently for The group will consider applications Metropolitan Baptist Church. secretary; Mrs. Mary E.i galoo ,Southern Chrlstain College. male Chorus, Zion Hope Choir
Singletary, treasurer Mrs. Flos
Philadelphia, where they will for members and the nominating Invitations have been extendedto sic Wilson ass't treasurer.; Joyce L. Williams, of Gary No.3..Tabernacle Male Chorus RELIEVED

visit relatives and friends. They committee will be ap- the public to celebrate with Program Pearl Ind., to the University Indiana, Friendly 5, Little Rock Choir No. TOOTHACHE
Committee Mrs.
are .members of Shiloh Baptist pointed. the group. .. George, chairman, Mrs; Ruth Annie Mae Spaulding) of Clark- 3, St: Johns Choir No.3, Ver-

Church. Jown,- N. C. to North Carolina sheers and many others.
--- Gregg and Mrs. Johnnie Byrd.

POSITIVEY 7 DAYS ONLY! Finance Committee, '}.{rs. Gertrude College, Gloria Dixon of Gary'Ind. ; Mrs. Beroico Wright is the
Mrs.. Mary E. Coffee attended to the
University of Indiana
SUN. SAT. Hoffman, chairman, Mrs. sponsor and Rev. M. C. :Mitchell 1
the National Baptist Convention S ND and Rose Marie Duncan of Clones-
A AiL: 15-21
in Los Angeles .Calif.
recently sen, Pa., to Tuskegee! Institute.
and Mrs. Ann B. Decoration
She Is a member of Second Baptist CONTROVERSIAL SLAVE DRAMA Other
,Committee, Mrs. Lillie scholarship programs,
Church and a member of ...
-.-- participated In
Williams Mrs,Lula Brothers and by Delta Sigma !

the Junior Women's Missionary' :ae b ght i r. : Mrs. Mardgery. Harvey. Theta include an annual $1,000 OPEN TIL 9 P.M. EVERY FRIDAY

Society .... .. grant to the Referral and .
TA'T:1 d. ....... C'--LA- Ie- Publicity Committee, Mrs Flor Supplementary 1
,1ne "1' ..- Scholarship; program of
; ence Dixon; Music Committee, I
'. Mrs. Sarah Williams continues GABLE. JBetsch : the National. Scholarship Service ;... ,
Mrs Mrs. ;
his i Mary h
home at 1004 PippinSt
ill in her : eand Fund for Negro Sfudent8.an, Q a ;
and Alas Lila

; St.Mrs.Matthew. Williams Baptist Is a deaconessin Church, \ __. ?i /%; \\ YroNNus. Youth Campbell Department. Committee Gibbs.i organization which selects, and I If f 1. TiL

1 : at interracial II
/:' ;1I Mrs. Thelma Grant Mrs. Lennie! colleges
eastside. 'Y, I It
i mCuw Hawkins and :Mrs. Edith Nixon. awarded annually to Indian wo-

t ; .,,.... -Ways and" Means Committee, subsidizes students for training t
s.o; 7.-
.sThe Rev. and Mrs M, J. Tro- .. .
Brown Hattie Two $250
Mrs, Ethel Mrs. scholarships are RENDEZVOUSBlack

well attended, the National Baptist t ) / IJalcom, Mrs.: Alberta Genrctt, men to study advanced social Suede, Red Calf, Navy

Convention recently in Los <41- f' ; .k :Mrs Bertha Ford and Mrs, Rebecca work 'at the Delhi School of So. Calf, Black Patent
Angeles, Calif. The Rev. ''Mr. Tro- su.wM o '
Brown. Follow-up Committee cial Work In Delhi India.
; well is pastor of St. Luke Baptist S1DNIY P01HER .n WARNBRCOLOR maw WABNER.... BROS. '. Wilhelmenia Earl Mrs. .y
-" :-- :.---- ::::;'- -' Mrs Other Delta grants are the Julia i
1 t Church. Before returning to the In GREATER THAN "ISLAND 'THE SUN"r Mary Mitchell, Mrs._ Gladys Norton Bumry'.1on Scholarship in : .- ; \

city ,they will visit relatives Mrs. Lillian Ford and Mrs Journalism, the Jullietto Derri-' : _
, New -York City. He will return SHE WENT FROM PLANTATION MISTRESS TO BE $13.95
Narcissus: Mclver. cotte; Award in Social Group : _
t '..to'his, church Sept. 23., SOLD AS ,A SLAVE WOMAN! ; J"/ ." ...
.' '.'.... Work for Advanced College .
It t,. r., .," PLUS-. :--Co-hit Drama- "3 FOR JAMIE" PATRONIZEFLQIJlDA Training and the Delta award to ': .,, .. /

-., lira Cloddie Mae Gaston la STARRING LARAINEDAY & RICHARD CARLSON its undergraduate chapter with '"' ....r!: ,(: 1:. RENDEZVOUS

laded with a lege of Illness, in'her ALL AT REGULAR PRICES! STARADVERTISERS the highest scholastic average for : t ,,. ." .

:" home -at 1104, : Odessa St. ... # the year. :'F 1 V

f ; Sh. ,la member. of the Church .: 1i rt '.'',... ., t"."'...:(",'-: --- 4
i ;;.... .of Godwin Cfcristl 1ST RUN! Stm. -Tues. REGULAR XO _c'A "':!l'ri! ""' ''" "
! : at St. Mat- ROOSEVELT .,V' :' 'j* .
; :.i.. G. Long, a deacon Sept. 15-17 PRICES RITZ THEATRE ADVANCE \' ? RICH DARK TONE
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_PagoFaar .. ._ ..> >' _. '_ : > R.,: THEFLCniDA'. :Sip I ( 'Saturday,> September"U"tt1lll7I

I United? > >. *Church. Women--of > Florida Meet, Sept 18-20 > ,1 IJNSTALLATION

lfJRS.] NICHOlS I '"::-"";T1;::: ,' T ; : -* ,"';'':'.>':""';:f i<<'lI CHRIST THE CHURCH AND) RACE4WILL

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OF PEWS 'SET TO SPEAK AT I I .:?r;!(l "" '....<_:.:.1'iI !I BE HUE OF MEETING 'S'I

: 11 The annual meeting of the United' Church Women of Florida

i ..I will be held Sept. 18.20 on the assembly grounds of the ChrIstaln

t. Church Silver Springs, it was announced by Mrs. Janie Epperson
The new? Mrs. Lillian T. Alston chairman
: pews secured for St. -
I a member of the board of managers.CHORDS .
;John Baptist Church will be in. of the program committee : # '
National board members re-
tolled in ceremonies to be held for the Women's Day observancein !
't-' '. siding In Florida, state officersand
..duringthe morning New Bethel AME Church, has
worship serve"fce
I MALE ministers of several demon. ;1.

on Sunday, Sept. 29, at which announced that Mrs. D. Ward 7 > inations will participate In a f
fie a program win be presented.The Nichols has been chosen as speaker "
Leadership Education Institute )
for the 11 a. m, service Sun.
following persons have ,TO OBSERVEANNIVERSARY fur the United Church Women of '1

been assigned as captain and co. day.Mrs. j jI Florida. ,r j jhe
captains: Clan. Nichols' participated in a I
respectively: Mrs jI .
z .* ..$.:y, ti..o theme will be, "Christ, the
I cr .
'rice Hughes, Mrs. Louise Wai.ker series of meetings culminating in..I Church and Race" Irs. H. W. .

; Mrs LubertH Belcher, Mrs Yale Divinity Chapel New Haven,.
state chairman scald
Blackburn, ,
KatherlnV McCXaln; Mrs EmmaL Conn., under auspices of, the : 'i Mrs Lacy W. Goostree Hous J\
.- Mervin World Council of Churches re!
; Arthur Jones Olived
The Abyssinia Male Chorus of ton, 'Tex., national chairman
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Baker, airs, Rozella Aevinger cently. She will conduct a work. trkW4 .
; Abyssinia Dr. J. Burt J
Baptist Church will leadership education; ,w
Wol a.x
Mrs. at the United ,Church 1
Pearl Jones, Mrs. Willie shop '
celebrate its 16th Philadelphia Pa.,
anniversary B o u w m a n, ,
Maye Hankins; Mrs: Maxine Roster : men's Organization of'FlOrida'1 : ; '.. F.i' rtfw Monday night, Oct. 7th at 8 American Friends Service, Inc..;
,. Mrs; Martha Bacon. which will convene Sept. ::w' ..
I % o'clock In the. auditorium of.the Dr. John Hope II and Mrs. Bonita
Woodrow Silver Springs, according to Mrs. .. : .: f
Pridgen, Mack Walk- k SEiRF a church. Valiens of Fisk University, Nashville -
A. state of the
eJ;; Mrs. Edith Showers, David Phelps, president Melvin Grace, local radio announcer Tenn., will be among the

CasweUr Rosenoir Murray. Mrs. organization.Mrs. will serve as master of speakers. consultants and resource !!r

Edith Payne; Mrs. Ruby Douglas, A. 'B. Williams, general ceremonies. Serving choirs will persons in attendance. ,

Mrs. Alice Morgan; Mrs.. Lura officer,- and one of the editors ,of be the Tabernacle >Male Chorus,
A meeting of the board of man.
will the : :
the AME Church, present
Garrett Mrs. Rosa Caldwell; the under the direction of ,Mrs. Ear. will be held Sept. 18 at 6
T. agers
and E. Wright
speaker, Mrs. _
Rev. A. J. Hughes the Rev. Hen. tha Harper and the Mt. Ararat
wife of the Rev T. E. Wright, ____ r'5 p. m.VIth, Mrs. Norwood Phelps,
ry Pridgen; Mrs. Georgia Johnson Male Chorus under the directionof state of this city
president pre
observations and
will ,
pastor, give
Mrs. Essie Watson; Mrs. Lucille Prof. Arthur Goodman. The The of
siding. general program
the call to worship.
Frazier, Mrs. Ode Nelson, 1'S guest choruses are the male the Institute will begin the

Allen Douglas; Mrs. Wessie Tur .. ..:::.., ,.: groups of Zion Hope, St. Thomas morning of Sept. 20, followed bya

ner, Mrs. Cora Harmon; Mrs. .J. (....:<.:: Ellen Reddick, Mrs. Eva Demps; MT. ARARAT MEN Serving ushers are boards two
In the D. Thronton and Lennell Second and specific plans
photo at the top are Mr. A. Randolph, Btlley. row
Miss Patsy Johnson, Mrs. VIncey and four of Mt. Ararat Baptist
ORZANIZE FOR seen members of the faculty of I \Ir. IL Gregg, Mr.,L. Collier, Mr. I from left to right are Gloria will be adopted.
Robinson; Mrs. Amelia Farley, Church and the guest boards are
ANNUAL MEN'S DAYThe Edward Waters College which E. Crawford,. Rev. J. King, Mr. J.. Hollis, Ilean Williams, Catherine
Walter Fields. one and two of the Abyssinia.
opened its fall term last week. Moore, l1r.Y.. Johnson, Mr. J. Hodges. Ernestine Henry, Carol
Mrs. Viola Martin, Nathaniel Front left Eaves Rev. L.. Morse A. : Latimer and Rosa Hendrick. Guest societies are the Indepen.
men of the Mt. Ararat row to right are: Mrs. Mr. MUSIC PROGRAM
I dent Benevolent Society and the
Farley; Mrs. Estelle V. Jacobs, Baptist Church at 21st and Davis ,S. Richardson, Sites D. Mllledge, Barnett, Sir.. IL Spivey, Mr. G. I Third row fro Jeft to right are: :
Jewel Social Club, Mrs. Marie
?Gary. C. Royster; Mrs. Vera WI! Streets are completing for !Mrs 31. White, Mrs 'W. Dennis Bell and Mr.J. Epsy. I John Spencer, Veola Wilson, Lot
son, Mrs. Odessa McCoy; Alphon- Men's Day'which will be observed Mrs. A. 'King, Miss C. Hazekiah, In the photo at the bottom area tie Morgan, Kate Frances Sams, Jenkins, president. will TO FEATURE 300VOICECHORUS
Wilson Appearing on program
so Mrs Sadie Pridgen; Sunday Oct. 20. Sirs, M. Smith.. Mrs E. Edwards, group of "students enrolled for Walter Matthews and Marlene
Mrs. Rosa Frazier. Calvin Forehand be, Miss Gloria Jean Brown,
Woodrow Patters chairman and Miss V. Bazile.. Second row the ensuing,term. Front row from Matthews _
general Miss Emma
; :Miss Bobbie Mervin Mrs. Johnett aBush, Mrs.
and Robert Cheevers from left to right are: Rev. J. left to right are: Hat tie Hill, i
Pearl Matthews Mrs. Nellie Bax. co- Mae Johnson, Rev. Orion Johnson,
; chairman have announced that Epperson, Mr. \\Tlkerson, Sir. Betty Holsey, Clara Lue Harrol I
ter. Mrs. Onella Simpson; Harold I choir three of St. John, Day _

James, Thompson Salomon Mc- thirty captains have been named Spring, Bethany, West Union,
and thirteen men have been as. LADIES CLUB PLANS ABYSSINIA GROUP The musical production "After.
Belle,. Mrs. Elizabeth Dawson; i Emanuel, and Mt Sinai Baptist
signed to each CHURCH GROUPS noon of Music" will be presentedin
Clendon; Mrs. Clara Brown, captain. % 26th ANNIVERSARYThe WILL CELEBRATEDistrict Chorus and the male choruses of
James Douglas, Mrs. Elizabeth The; financial goal in this effort St. Paul and St. Stephen AME the First .Baptist Church' on

Paige Mrs. Rena Goffey Mrs. has been set at $3,000. Gladiola Ladies Club will Churches. Sept. 22.Rehearsals.
; 7 of Abyssinia Baptist
Every adult male member is and auditlom are
Annice: Williams, Mrs. Christine observe its 26th anniversary'on Church will observe its anniversary Mrs. Evelyn Johnson is organist
urged to stand by the drive in 22nd from 4 6 being conducted with Mrs. GladysC.
Gaffery Mrs. Pearlie McCormick Sept. to pjn. in Monday night at 8 p. m. in ,. Deacon K. Kelly, presidentand
doing his best to help it go over the Wilder Recreation Center the Rev. B. J. Wynn is Vaught as general director.The .
:Mrs Martha Union; Mrs. A. J. HUGHESUsher the auditorium "of the church. A
Harriet: Lyde, Mrs Ruth Nixon; the top.. Third and Mt. Herman Streetsas will be presented for pastor. program is sponsored by Mrs.

Mrs.. Rosa, L. Spencer, Mrs. Vi. The pastor, the Rev. Dallas J. announced by the president, the program occasion. A. L. Patterson for the Women'sMissionary
Graham .behind the effort one Society in the church.
ola Sharpe; Mrs. Gwendolyn lifts: C. Lewis'SUNDAY Mrs. Johnnie Mae Law servesas MEN'S DAY SLATEDAT
Board 4 of
Mt. Sinai
hundred per cent for he. too Choral groups appearing are:
Hayes Mrs Carrie King; David chairman of the committee
Holmes. Mrs. E. M. Black; Mrs. would like to see the goal reach, ACTIVITIESAT Baptist Church. and the courtesy program MISSION SUNDAYThe Choir 2, Second Baptist Church,
Wit ed. committee of s.the East Florida Choir 2, Grant Memorial AME
Alberta Mrs.
Arringer, EMANUELDistrict District Junior Women's Convention i Men's Day services at Church; Choir 2, New Bethel .
Almethia Jackson,
liams Mrs.
; I will present the Rev. A. J. Brokenborough Mission, which AME Church; Female Chorus, .

Johnnla Johnson; Gaffeney Mrs. Keturah, Jr., JOINT ANNIVERSARY 16, of Emanuel Baptist Hughes in a musical recital Sept ST. MATTHEW AME was postponed due to inclement Zion Hope Baptist; Female Trio,
Watson, George Church will observe its 7th anni. 22 In Mt. Sinai Church.
SETS WOMEN'S DAYThe Methodist, and
Mrs. Maggie Hayes Mrs. Veola OBSERVANCE weather, will be held Sunday at Ebenezer
Evans Mrs. sEther Oliver, Richard versary Sept. 15 at 3 p.. m. in the The Rev. Mr. Hughes is the 3 p. m. at the mission, 640 W. Male Quartet of Ebenezer, and
;; 'Irvin PLANNED auditorium of the. churc, The pastor of St. John Baptist St. Matthew AME Churchof 10th St.Robert. others.A .
Clair :Mrs. Anna Mack,
Thomas annual sermon will be livered Church. All junior missionary so. which the Rev. N. McCray Is Heard chairman of 300-voice combined choral
Cobb Hubert Watson, '
C.Barrington; R, J. Evans, Mrs. KINGSLAND, Ga. The clubs, by the Rev J. W. Jones of Paine cieties have been asked'to attend.: pastor, will observe its annual the service and James Davis will group will stgae the production.
Sabb Mrs. Lucy Washing. boards and districts of First Chapel AME Church. He will be Also participating on the pro Women's Day the second Sundayin serve as master of ceremonies. I
Mary' ; accompanied: by his choirs and gram,will be some of the leading October.
African will
Church will be
Baptist observe the
ton Mrs. Cordelia McClain; Mrs. Delivering sermon f
Lovetta-, Peterson and Oscar their anniversaries jointly congregation.Choir talent, in the city. Serving as Officers for the day are Mrs the Rev. Z. Tyrus, pastor of MtZion Patronize Star Advertisers

Bruce.. Sept. 16, in the auditorium of 1 'will meet for rehearsal ushers will be the Male Chorus of N. McCray, who will serve as at Mandarin. He will be pre

; the church. Friday at 8 p. m. Choir 4 will Day Spring Baptist Church. Cecil pastor for the day; Mrs Willie sented by the Rev. Samuel Fel

The Rev. S. Felder: of St. meet Saturday at 5 p. m. for rehearsaL Barnes Fisher will also appear, Pearl Alexander, chairman; Mrs. FOR DRIVER'S

TALLAHASSEE James Will. Petersburg, formerly of Tampa The Male Chorus will and the Rev. S. L. Badger will Luvinda Williams, co-chairman; der.Others to be heard are Harold LICENSESOr

llama of Fort Lauderdale Is the will give the message for the meet at 7 p. m, introduce the artist. Mrs. Lucile Mrs. Ruth Haines, program chairman Nairn, David Moore, Isaac I
.number one quarterback for the occasion. Mrs. Lula Mae JohnsonIs District 3 will meet Sunday at Mate is program committee chairman ; Mrs Louise Young and Brown, Riley Thomas, Dixie Learning To

Florida A and M University Ratt serving as chairman. 4 p.: m. In the basement of the Airs. Cleo Jones director for the Gibbs, Clyde Johnson, Otis ,Lim.bric. AJAX DRIVING SenOOL' !

lers.. church. District 10 will meet at young people's program. R.' Hayes and John Mc- El 4.0639.113.14 W. 5th St.. i j;

3 p. m. in the home of Mrs WALTER'S MEMORIAL Captains 'a r e Mrs. Martha Leod.

Emile Clark. 439 E. 26th St. Presley Mrs. Pettie Mae Vaughn, Geo. L. Perpena, DIr.

NEW OAKLAND SUNDRIES District 13 will meet In the PLANS WOMEN'S DAY Mrs. L. McDaniel and Miss ,,

home of ).Ir. and Mrs. James Franklin Young.FRIENDLY. .
865 Florida Ave. Women's observance
McClendon Sunday at 4 p. m., -
will be held Sept. 22 In
1407 Grothe St. District 15 will ARTHRITISRHEUMATISM I
We Always welcome the opportunityDue Walters Memorial AME Zion .
meet at 3 in the basementof
p. m.
to our Air Conditioned Store, we the "church. District 17 will Church, with ,Mrs. Theodora CLOSE SEPT. 22

: : are able to offer you clean, fresh mere meet 'at 3 p. m. In the home of Campbell. NEURITIS SCIATICANew

chandise at all times. the Rev. and Mrs G. Golden, 522 The services Sunday begin with The Friendly contest between

Carl St. District 18 will meet In the Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.., :Jonas Lawrence of Central Rap PROSTATE GLAND Treatment '
In tist Church and Trexie Collins of FOR PROSTATE
OUR MOTTO the home of Mrs. Roosevelt with Mrs. Mary Leavy charge. SUFFERERS

Baker The Rev. Z, D. Limbric Jr., will Grant Memorial AME Church will "
824 Ave.
"If don't have what want Rickerson.
we you' conduct the service at 11 a. m., be held Sept. 22, 8:30 p. m. In HEMORRHOIDS (Piles)

we will get it'dTo and the Rev. L. R. Rogers, pas- the auditorium of Grant Memorial Safe Approved NON-SURGICAL Treatments

: Serve the people of East Jax- JUNIOR CHOIR SETS tor, will preach the sermon. Choir AME Church. The program Is

PROGRAM SEPT. 20 1 and Usher Board 1 will serve. for the Women's Day'drive: STOMACH AND COLON DISORDERS

throughout the day. The sponsors of the event are: YIELDING TO NEW TREATMENT

PALATKA The Junior Choir The Rev. Mr. Rogers 'will conduct Mrs. Ruth Williams, co-chairman If you suffer the aches, pains and discomforts of any of the .

t of Shiloh Baptist Church will pre- the evening service at 7:30 for the annual Women's Day; Mr. following conditions CONSULT THE CLINIC TODAY!

ASTHMA :? sent a program Sept. 20 at Mt. o'clock. and Mrs. F. Wakefield, Mr. and

Zion Baptist Church, 19th and. Mrs. A. Collins, Mrs. Odius Austin .' Aathritis, Neuritis, Sciatica, Articular, Rheumatism, Lumbago,

Bronson Streets. REV. BADGER TO PREACH firs Lillian Richardson Willie'walker Gout, Stomach disorders, Systemic Acidity, Prostate Disease

5HORTNES34 The Celestial Singers of ,Jacksonville IN AFRICAN U. CHURCH and Alton Maylor. (Elementary State) Endocrine Imbalance. Ductless Gland Disorders
Williams and Malfunction of Thyroid Gland Diabetes (Functional
will be. presented In a The Rev. ,S. L. Badger pastorof Sirs Henrietta
song service following the regu- Emanuel Baptist Church will Mrs., Anna Byrd will sponsor a Causes) Bladder Disorders (Elementary State), Kidney Diseases

- BREATH? rKaWE ,, I lar evening service, Sunday, Sept. preach In African United Church, tri-state rally Sunday at 8 p. mIn Nervous Disorders, Enervation, High Blood Pressure, Gall Bladder -
I Disorders Rectal Disorders, Colon Disorders Prolapus of Colon
22. The group will feature "None 1125 :Miflinor St, Sept. 25 at 7:30 the church auditorium, for the ,
a Systemic Toxemia, General Debility, .Mlgralae Headaches
Him ,
a "Call
But The Righteous p. m. He will be accompanied by benefit of the drive. The states

NO MATTER WHAT YOU I Up. "Lord Lift Me Up," "Tve his chairs and congregation. of Georgia, Florida and 'South Constipation, Colitis, liver. Trouble, Jaundice, Sinus Trouble,
Insomnia, Obesity Malnutrition, Anemia, Vitamin Def1( 1ence....
HAVE TRIEO-- tL Got Jesus and That's Enough The Rev. E. Dawson is the host Carolina will be represented.

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RIGHTS COMMISSIONMEMBERS : ? fabulous back-to !drool-fash.ionetta IN VIRGINIAINTEGRATION .

will be presented at St.
Johns ,Baptist Church on the
NEW YORK The civil rights bill enacted by Congress on -

A.ug 29 M can mean much or little depending ,upon the people v eastside Monday evening at 8

President Eisenhower appoints to carry out its provisions and the o'clock, September 16. The showis

sincerity with which they devote themselves to the discharge of % sponsored by the Junior Church ALEXANDRIA. Va. Argu.

their serponsibilles," asserted a statement Issued here on Sept.l ___ d'1f Department and promises to bea ments ended Thursday in a court

by the Leadership Conferenc on Civil Rights t : unique'- display of the latest battle centering on Virginia's"massive

The Leadership Conference Is fashions and stylings for '57.
policy to-
composed of 22 'organizations. ABYSSINIA f'; There will be seven scenes
ward school integration and ...
Roy Wflkins-, NAACP executive ., :fOr with the various kind of clothing

secretary signed the joint state- ....r .e..-. >, styled for campus attire; casualor Federal Judge Albert V. Bryansaid

ment on behalf of the Associa TO OBSERVE :.::'';'",,: .<' .- \..', sport dressy or church and he would rule "within a' few

: formal All of these fashions will days.. -

"tion.Urging the President to appoint : :1 :;li. be modified by groups of pre- Bryan took under advisement '

immediately as Assistant Attorney MEN'SDAY school children to the college
the respective claims state
...- ." of the
General and six Commission. : +< : group.
',' d and the Arlington
ers "genuinely devoted to the There will be beautiful musical County school
'advancement of civil rights the Annual men's .y; .:;: ." : >' ". selections : board and the opposing com
will be observed :
J.i rendered
day .. ",.._- ,''''OIt", ";! r "Ir' h';;<<. .. .... "':.';,.i.;,.' ..,.. +,,;...,;:..:. :" "...,;.::.,.._ '>.<;00;",, 0>........... by many of
statement. predicted that If the Sunday throughout Ihe our talented )young people in the plaints of five Negro parents,
President does so the bill "can day In Abyssinia Baptist Church OFFICERS INSTALLED-Newly elected of.ficers of the Brewsters Mothers Club are seen here city. '- : who were joined in the
during their recent Installation Bonquet at 'the El Dorada Club Pictured from left to right are: Sirs. case by
I become' an important turning with Deacon W. R. McNeal as States Rally ... the National Association for the
toward Clara Carter Sirs. Blensie Alexander, Mrs. Jonla Jackson Mrs. Thomasena Bell, Sirs Johnnie John- p"
point In th struggle general chairman. The state between
equality for all Americans.." Deacon David Washington will son. Mrs: Willie F. Robinson, Mrs Anna D. Wells, Mrs Gladys Hunt, Mrs. Nettle Mae Jennings Sirs.laeola ; Florida rally South Georgia Advancement of Colored People.

superintendent.The \ D. Robinson, Mrs Vernetta Taylor, .Sirs. Evelyn Freeman Sirs. J. A. Davis and-Dr. Daniel Carolina and The parents Involved maintain.
serve as guest
The Conference organizations Alabama will terminate Sundayin
pledged their "whole-hearted cooperation lesson will be reviewed by I* Lamay who installed the officers. Tabernacle Baptist Church. ,ed that their children have been

in every effort to realize Deacon; Monroe Paterson. CONGRESSMAN LISTS DISTRICT PLANS: ANNIVERSARY SET The goal for the drive Is $1200. I denied admission to the county's

the purposes of the legislation The morning devotions will be VISIT SCHEDULETO ANNIVERSARYDistrict The services Sunday will begin all-white schools in what they
and recorded their thanksto conducted by the deacons of Mt.
POST OFFICES with the Sunday School with H. termed clear-cut violation of an
Calvary Baptist Church. Music
Congressional supporters -
M. Pauline in
of civil rights in both parties will be delivered by the Rev. A.. 13 -of Mt. Ararat Baptist 3 of Emanuel Baptist Ing service Is charge. The morn. order issued by the court July

who fought for a' stronger bill F. Cummings. He will be introduced Congressman Charles E. Ben. Church"will celebrate its first Church will observe. its 21st an o'clock with the scheduled at 10:45: 27, calling for. county.wide Inte.

by the Rev. Orion Johnson.At nett has announced the following niversary Monday at S pjn. !In Male Chorus gration.
their made this one -
by fight anniversary Sept.. 15 in the audi Choir 1, ChoirS and Usher Board
possible." 3:30 p.m. Fidelity Lodge schedule of ,office hours at post the auditorium of the church. 3 Clashing Views

2-51, the Rev. 'H. T. Overstreet, offices In this area: torium. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams of St. serving. Counsel t for the state and the
"We trust that the enactmentof 16 Baldwin The Rev H. Wilson Paul AME Church will be guest I The Fellowship Hour will be
W. M., will have charge. Music Monday, September : Richard school board upheld the validityof
this law, the first In 82 years, Whitehouse 2:00 soloist. Choir 3 of West Friendship .held In the church at 3
will be furnished by the Male 10:00.: : pastor of Friendship Baptist p.m., Virginia's pupil placement
will mark the beginning of a new Dinsmore 4:00.Tuesday. Baptist Church will be the !With the Gospel Chorus and Choir
Chorus of Tabernacle Baptist Church will deliver the sermon. plan the so-called "massive re.
era-an era In which the Congress Church. September 17: "Max- serving choir. Choir 3 of Day 3 serving. District 2 will meet at sistance" device being, used in

of the United States will Evening worship will begin at ville 10:00.: Wesconnett 11:30. All members are to be present. Spring Baptist Church will be 4 p.m.. In the home of Mrs. an effort to maintain racially

move steadily forward to secureto Women are. to'pay $3 and all choir. Earnestine Sheavers 625 E. 1st
6(5 pjn. with Deacon T. Twineof doctors Inlet 2:00.: guest ,_ segregated schools.
every citizen of the United Church. Wednesday September 18: men 55.FELLOWSHIP. .. Street. '
Mt. Ararat Baptist Other choirs to appear are: School board attorneys argued
States the guaranteed by
rights Music will be furnished' by the Green Cove Springs 10:00 and Choir 3 of Abyssinia Baptist. In the home of Mrs. ElizabethThe that under the placement plan
the Constitution and the Supreme 1
Court" the statement declared. chorus of St. Stephen AME 2:00.. HOUR Zion Hope Baptist, Mt. Calvary YWA will meet at 4 p.m., i "nobody has been deprived of

Church. The sermon will be de- Thursday September 19: Penney Baptist and St. John Baptist.C. service will begin at 6:45 o'clock., an education" and labeled the

livered by the Rev. W. M. Smithof Farms 10:30,_ Orange Park TO BE HELD SUNDAY Barnes Fisher will serve as Mrs. Eartha Harper will preside' complainants' demand for Imme

USHER BOARD PLANS St., Matthew Baptist Church. 2:00. Yukon' '4:00. AT' ANTIOCH CHURCH guest organist. Maxie Coleman Is Mays 650 VV. 8th St. The eveningat diate enforcement of the Integration .

MUSICAL SUNDAYUsher Offering by Solomon Small and Bennett said he will visit other ; president of the choir. the console. The Rev. W. E. order "entirely prematureand

Deacon W. R. ,Buck 1er. post offices at times to be an. i The districts fellowship' hour of Young pastor will preach the unfounded."

Board 1 of St. Paul AME nounced later. Antioch Baptist Church will be REV. W. M. MORRIS sermons for the major services. Lawyers for the parents and
Church will Its annual BROWN Choir 3 of St. John Baptist
sponsor REV. C. C. observed Sunday at 3 p.m. with CONDUCTS REVIVALAT the NAACP told the court that
musical tea Sept. 22 from 4 to MISS K. A. CROCKETTTO Church \\11l'sponsor an after serv.
TO PREACH AT the July 27 order has not been
District 4 in of devotions. ORANGE
6. Talent of the city wlil charge GROVEThe Ice recital in. the church for the
appearon SUNDAY IN "
BAPTISTRev. SING obeyed in "one single Instance.
REDEEM benefit of Usher Board 1.
the The. Bible lesson will be taught
program.. STEPHENCHURCH -. Rev. W; M. Morris of Seville The petitioners assailed the
The various boards and clubs ST. by Mrs. .Mary L. Huey. The YWA. will observe its anniversary .
technicalities of the
pupil placement
C. C. Brown is scheduledto will conduct a revival meet- :
of the cty} have been extended I :Mrs. Carrie McCall and W. Sept. 22 at 4 p.m.; In law and charged that Negro .
preach the anniversary Anita Crockett Ing at the Grove
sermon Miss Kathleen Orange Baptist the home of Mr. and Mrs. MaxieW.
Invitations.. for the deacon board of Redeem In recital Henson will be guest soloists for Church and children were being denied
5 Will be presented a repeat I beginning Monday
The church is located at 13th I Williams Jr., 1705 Academy
Baptist Church Monday at 8 p. Sunday night in St.Stephen. the recital for Choir 3. continuing through Sept. 22. Street. admission to white schools solely

street and Myrtle avenue. m. in the church auditorium.The AME Church 5th and Davis Services for Sunday will begin The pastor the Rev. J. S. for reasons of race.

board will observe Its 48th streets, for the benefit of the ,' with Sunday School at 9:30: a.m.. Sanders will open the meeting Assigns Pupils

ENROLLMENTSETS anniversary. A program has been women's day program. Sunday night assisted by the, MRS. N. S. CALHOUN The law gives state educational
arranged for the occasion. J. H. Miss Crockett will sing classic 10:45 a.m. consecration Rev. J. L. Sanders. authorities power to determine
with the deacons in charge of
Washington Is chairman of the semi-classic and spiritual selec- The order of services Sunday the appropriate school ,to whicha

RECORD deacon board and L. H. Holmes ions. devotions. Both major" sermonswill gill begin with the Sunday Schoolat WITH JOHN BOLDEN child may be admitted regardlens -

program!> committee; chairman. Also appearing during the evening bq delivered. by the pastor. ; 10 a. In. with Mrs A. M. Anderson of the pupil's place: of resi
,the Rev.:J. J. .Jones.v. Neatha
Mcs. Shields
In worship Calhoun. .
will, be Walter Galther. Miss charge. Morning dence.

ATFLA.A&MU' Frankie Samuels Miss Judith Mc. The Senior ''Choir and Usher at 11; with the deacons in widow of the late Rev. Thomas C. Spottswood W. Robinson NAACP

MRS. SADIE TILLIS Bride. :who will give instrumental Board will serve throughout the charge of devotion. Calhoun died Tuesday afternoonat attorney, maintained that ,

TO SPEAK TO WOMENMrs. selections Miss Betty Jean Scott day.BYPU BYPU. convenes at 6 p. m. with her home 1725 Calhoun St., tion "impossible" and runs

TALLAHASSEE A record who will give several readings. willbegin at 5:30: p.m. 'Mrs. A. Hathcock In charge. Eve following an extended illness. the Virginia law makes Integra- '

enrollment of more than 2700 students : Sadie Tlllis will be the Accompanying the soloists will followed. bjf evening worship' with ning worship.at 7, at which time Mrs. Calhoun was born In Lone I counter to the Supreme Court

is expected for the Fall speaker for the women's day observance ,. be Neal Bland one of the organists the deacons in charge of .devo the pastor will deliver the ser Star, but had resided' In Jacksonville decree outlawing racially 'segregated -

term by Florida A&M University at Union CommunityAME at the church. tions. mono for. 74: years She was a I schools.

officials. during the morning worship mem b er v.nil. bit. Zl o n AME Virginia Attorney General J.

Oct. 13th. Church the Rev. W. F. Foster Almond argued that the
The new school year at the Mrs. Tillls is the principal of pastor and served on the Stew Lindsay
the parents
action taken by
Negro university got under way Smart; Pope Livingston Elemen. ardess Board until her health
the Arlington Countyboard
Saturday with more than 130 tary, School and a member ol failed. She was also a member of against without merit because

candidates for admission as fresh Stephen AME Church. the Ministers Wives Alliance and was made
assignments are
men taking examinations The Missionary Society will the Women's Foreign and Home state In Rich
Registrar E. M. Thorpe said meet Sunday afternoon In the Missionary Society of the AME through a agency

678 freshmen already have been home of the Rev. and Mrs. T. E. Church. mond.
admitted. Alington County school off!
Shehee 1649 Kings Rd. Plans for Surviving relatives are three
that the pupil
cials testified
Freshmen orientation courses the 5th Sunday missionary program sister
daughters one son, one them of
law 'stripped
were scheduled Saturday eveningand will be discussed.The two brothers two grand children placement
the Negro
authority to assign
Sunday. ladies of the church will r 0 and other relatives.
f children involved to white schools.
Last Fall students enrolled calendar tea Sept. 22 i t
2,693 sponsor a \ : held Friday
f ;''i/ Funeral services were TALLAHASSEE-Jake Gaither
at Florida A&M for a from ,4 to 6 pjn. for the benefitto _
.. at the Mt. Zion
L 419 'M' at 4 p. m Is beginning" 12th year as
new record. Thorpe said all appearances the '''women's day drive.
\ AME Church with the Rev. W. F. head football coach of the Florida -
Indicate a new high y
I x # A and II. University Rattlers.
will be reached this year. Foster, officiating.


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These students and Webster. Florida. He Is the manager adalts,, MontbtJ\l) HILE YOJ( ARE i1ta, proud b own!
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Mr. Rudd is the only professional Jacksonville. Jasper Is a native I on. USING IT...bnft&S to you ft comes to you In a factory
have the time or eve*
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Brown is a native of Quitman, FEATURES 6ALORE KIT.paveonrareartOP1
Notices brought 'In Monday and At the beginning of the year outstanding student awards to : I tMbelaeet I DJH n-.GIDIIIIDW'-!
I KeybwrfI SOOft IS wt
jobs.Brown Character Just IS
Tuesday will get better position National Headquarters Boy Curtis Jasper and James Brownof and Jasper are both ve- Georgia and is a graduate of t. M ( tlt r ralel ALL aEMINtto"tHE IAMILY QU1T.RITUI Vita 1 lee the yourasmearranp amdfo. drlSs.wltll ISowJI

and better headlines. Scouts of America adopted as the The Auto Body and Fender terans and make their homes in Brooks County Training School ElcbIsive Mirale Tab The JOUIIpt.n'school marts Your 11'111,;w.$1.00 wilt Immedl.tt-as
I will r t Dad will' zip 11yZtfbd prompt
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1957 slogan "Onward for God I Shop as Thomas Lang instrus- of Busnell, Florida and a graduate S.I..I:4.d; Urn: tat extra office d.very ot your R EMI NGTON

and My Country" specific goals tar In body and fender work I of the Milis. High School high school I* "AutomaticBitban Ribtn tfzanlU' And work Uom..Jhe'lI at lima vita! find dlasora it lots f QUIET-ceptr tITER of.tile rru instrudlso'

regarding boy membership Increase Rqrtrsf easier tping la...,....11of e0ek! "TOUCH METHOD TrP.,
2-OFFICES-2 troop and Cub Pack Increase EASTERN STARSIN CENTRAL CME PLANS serve as' general chairman and \. Ffoztr-Sitedler* wtiUn der hoW",All J'OU' of ever you did" wlUato'NG"ml'qultklll tD helD alt ot Pleats roe lean',..'

of DAY: bars Daisy Wallace as cctchairman. UiaLtftatini lever. ort Itl lII.r .e' .RO SALESMAN
lowest percentage ANNIVERSARYThe WOMEN'S irentYslble Mart'ms '1ItISI l6 1C BELT this WtLL ciii'uPom YOU I r.
< units adult training etc. woaderful KCUINCTON order NOW coe.lttll..and!
Main: Office & Plant lapsed U Rfebis ftStsacU
'._ being Red-Black QUIET-I1tEI win fly'" you wa on pmcs&
:: ?--'"- were adopted and as the attrac- Queen of the East Orderof Annual Women's Day will be A very fine program-Is 1 CottrilI lean and year of Juppy .., deliver1n toa 1M U.s.A.

-MONCRIEF RDr tive prize to reward those scout- Eastern Stars No. 8 will celebrate observed at Central CME Churchon arranged by the committee Mrs I* larjiSinMfiaderSm :.110)1)TYL'EWILLTEU CORP.Dept"21A
Clementine tt! K' B I Carriage
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; Near 13th Street ers who met all requirementswas their anniversary Sunday Sunday, Oct. 13, throughoutthe Etta L. Brooks Bradley. )ifoftitvmtyIXCLUBEO lagIE81tti b 9tnet,-New York 60. N.Y. I ISp
r free trip to Nassau Ba. Brown and Mrs. Myrtle Z Ke Eftdosed Is$UIO 1111I7 down payment.PI.IS' amlll'
the September 15, at 3 pan. In the day. test Of QUIET-RIiR I
hamu--11.L. Rudd was the only Second Bethel. Baptist Church. Mrs.Essie_ Mae Lucker will JThe goal for this year has;been f .yanaQiab beaetHet dfUytry- CARRYING WE.Also.? send 1saiiaas I
1 set at $1500. ea ofWft UCIEY AT NOME" 4 .
me mfr
The expense I
one to qualify. Mrs. Annie Fleming will de MOHOO 1'YP"' ;';a

money Includes transportation liver the main address. The Chap come in their uniform.: I. wmR .. I
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';Downtown Office: and expense allowance for the ter with the largest number Mrs. Corine Brown.Is the- ma- PATRONIZE UIrtt.CarryflJl I

wife Mrs. Loren will tron and Mrs. Mary King Is the tt-: ..;:lr
recipient's present get a prize. FLOADVERTISERS :: __.:.._..--i.s_=
423 Broad Street Rudd. AH members are' requested to reporter.

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; PROGRAM SCHEDULE School football team Is holding
......%. .;,'r j.'. BY E. J. VHEEN .. daily practice sessions, preparingfor

") 608 Madison Street, Palalka. Florida ;' MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE the season opener against
-:: 6:00- 8:02 Sifu On
't Phone East 53025"Si
"'"' 1:0:. ,:OS News & Weather dve Oak Sept. 20, 8:15 p.m.

{ :' .. Cy- 7:00 Heaven' Road (Deacon Booker Field, Falatka.
; "
F K a Grace)
Or.'j i .3 The progress of the team seems
A d6AE IM- 1:11 News Weather
: A Thought For The Week .
., -", 1).(,,. : te3- S.OO Morning Capers (Hot satisfactory. Several boys have
: ; "Yesterday cannot be recalled tomorrow cannot be assured only Hudson)
(.. .c :80- S.-03 News ft Weather been sidelined with the 4flu" and
; ti" ".today: is thine*' *.*J- ':00 Moraine Capers (Bob also rain has
;; Hudson) hampered practice
.w(. -\1rL. B. K. Ragsdale, was very. .:eo- '*3 News Weather activities.
\ GRAHAM WILL 143-10:00 ampin Show (Johnny
V 1 I .highly honored on Sunday morn. Shaw) The C. A. Highlights school
lOttMO: News Weather.
:, '1-, ingat the Calvary Baptist Church Train paper is getting ready for the
ItoJ-lltO Gospel No. 1 (Deacon

: :,: with a very unique program spon- SPEAK AT CENT. Grace) first edition.
11:00.11:01 News Weather Severalisltors were at our
r' isorod by Usher Board No. 3 11I3.12 Gospel Train No. 1 (DeatH
.>. Grace) school last week. Among those
: _,' "Mrs. B. V. Williams delivered v' 120-12:05 Local News (Yvonne visiting were Sirs. Calzloa Jen.
the main: address A very large 125-12:15 Job Hart (Yvonne Daniels) king Collins, Miss Deacon Law.

.. crowd was.. present. ...;,: >. ..'{ :CSt: 12U5I.00 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels TnneUmo) ton, Sgt. Ernest Francis.
; 10- 1:03 News ft Weather The 4-H Club of
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon C. A. met
Dr. William L. Graham vice
Grace) last Tuesday. There
'" The friends of Mrs. C. R. were ninety.
2:0023 News & Weather
president of Payne College Au.gusta 23- 30 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon five girls present. Miss L. M.
Townsend of Miami are glad to
Grace) Reeves
will deliver the is Home
1 "' Georgia 3:0033 News & Weather Demonstration
I see her: in Palatka. She is the morning address 01'1 the Men's 3:0340 Jompln Show (JohnnyShaw Agent.

.., : house guest of her daughter and Day program at Central CME ....... _____'_...m..n 4:0043: News)& Weather Mrs. N. G. Jackson chairman
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John 43- 5:00 Jnmpln Show (Johnny of the C. A Band Committee

.. Boyd- Church Sunday morning / STUDYING RULES Mem. preaching season are shown as D. Walker, treasurer; Jimmy 50- 5:03 News Shaw)& Weather continues ill at her home on north11th

I --- Dr. Graham is head, of the lay hers of the Duval County Games they conferred at the Wilder Recreation Johnson, "}I;. L. Wilson C. Wald- 53- 5:45 Jompln Show (Johnny Street.
Mrs. Ida Brown. recently "re-: activity of the CME Church and Official Association which metlast Center From left are: ron, T. W. Montgomery C. B. SATURDAY SCHEDULE Mrs. Corine Battles managerof

holds the B.A., M.A., and PhJX Tuesday' night to study foot. E. II. Lawson. Emmett "Chip" Nairn commissioner; J. IL Jackson C0-. 62 Sign On the C. A. Cafeteria is also
\" turned from Wilmington, Delaware 62-*S News & Weather
4 degrees. He has toured the United ball rules to be used for the ap. Reed, secretary; 3L T. Davis, O. president and A. White.a ,:05- 70 Heaven's Road ill.
she house
: where was the 7:0073 News A Weather
States lecturing t ovarious audiences r 73- 80 Morning Capers (Bob Several C. A. graduates classof
.f.,! ;guest of: ME. and Mrs. Terry ,
and the men of Central Hudson) 1957 have gone to various
S:008:03 News & Weather
,,.,, feel quite fortunate in securing 83- 9:00 Morning Capers (Bob colleges. Henry Greene Charles
Rev and Mrs. L. D. Green the service or this able church. Hudson) Bell, .Frank Wiggins and Ralph
MOTHER 'LITTL OHNCLAIMED' 9:009:03 News & Weather
4 'accompanied their daughter, man to speak, to the citizens in 93-10.00 Jumplu Show (Johnny Johnson went to Florida A & M
: Gwendolyn, and her Mend Jac- BY DEATH r.'iFt Shaw)
Jacksonville. 100-103 News A Weather University: Gwendolyn Greene

qudyn Washington to Atlanta, Melvin Copeland, general chair. 103-110 Gospel Daniels Train) No. 1 (Yvonne and Jacquelyn Washington to

Tuesday :where they win enter man of the days activities has Mrs Dorothy E. Littlejohn 11:00-113 News ft Weather Spelman College; James Burnet

S lTriwt. C Qege. .. .. ..!.' .... featuring 113-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Kelly Bethune-Cookman College;
; announced a full program, often refer-ed to as Mother Little Daniels)
.. 12:00-125 Local News (Yvonne Ira Lee Nelson Florida NormalI
most .
some of the city's John, a retired member of Florida Daniels) "

'."" '. Mrs Elena Austin recently returned renowned male groups and Individuals Normal .& Industrial College, died 125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) & M College.The .

V: V from Brooklyn, N. Y., to appear at the morningand last Wednesday morning at her ''N ..v'4c'r 12:151:00 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tuactlme) Central Academy P.TA.

t. visited .her sister for services. 10- 13 News & Weather had its initial meeting on last
:; whereshe evening residence on Florida Normal cam- 13- 2:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne

,. ,: five weeks. I Some of the participants ap- pus after a lengthy illness. Mrs. 2:00.203-News Daniels&) Weather Tuesday entertain night. Plans State,were madeto

.. :. pearing on the program will beE Littlejohn, more than 80 years of f I 2:0330 Saturday Session (.Johnny' the Federation _
.; Edwards and Mrs. ". Dorsey Alexander Anders, age was a native of New Port shaw) of Parents and Teachers.
;. .; Mrs. Marion 3:01- 3:03 News & Weather Mrs. R. K. Rugsdale, long time
P. Jones R. Y. 3:034:00 Saturday Session (Johnny
,r; Leath& Edwards was called to j Samuel Burroughs, s
I.She Shaw) educator and teacher at Central
i ; Miami last week to attend the Aaron Jackson and Bishop J. was a member of the 40- 4:03 News & Weather
Academy High School was givena
Harry Simmons C. W. Shoots, Christain Science church. She 43- 50 Saturday Session (Johnny
'. funeral of. a relative.
Usher Board No 3
Shaw) "day" by
t: Claude Allen. served at the college in the cap 5:00- 53 News A Weather
of the
Calvary Baptist Church
Webb M. B. Smith acities of teacher and house 5:45Saturday Session (Johnny
: Miss Eartha: Mas Brown left Lemuel W. Shaw) on Sept. 8 :Mrt. R. D. Williams
Alexander are servingas mother for more than 35 years. SUNDAY SCHEDULE
'" and Samuel
",: last: week: for Daytona Beach, 60- 6:02 Sign On was principal speaker.
-<, where she is a freshman at Be. the program committee and The college administration looked .., 62- 65 News & Weather The Young People's Social Club

-: Mack Dunbar as co-chairman. after her during her confinement 65- 10 Heaven's Road (Deacon
honored H. Stewart
thune. Cookman College. Grace) Mrs. Maggie ,
7:007:03 News & Weather retired elementary teacher, witha
She leaves to morn her passing 73730 Heaven's Road Deacon
"... The funeral of the late Henry TALLAHASSEE Head Line a devoted sister, Mrs. Arnold T. ....;. -- .......-....... ;",* ,----"""" .....-..-' ,- Grace) ( program at :Mt. Tabor Baptist

''. Hntchlnsanr was largely at. Coach Robert "Pete" Griffin of several Yvonne DeCarlo Polter Louisiana until 7:308:00; Latimore Gospel Singers Church last Sunday night.
very Sidney huge plantation
..--1, Hill of New York City (Live Gospel Singing) Miss Claudia Redden has enrolled .
... tended last Sunday afternoon at the Florida A and University nephews cousins and a host of and Clark Gable are the starsof the discovery of her Negro 80- 8:30 Healing Waters (Oral as a junior at C. A. High
the MtLTabor First Baptist Rattlers was an Ail-American Roberts)
i sorrowing friends. the sensational new controversial mother caused them to turn her Eunice Riley) School. Miss Redden, for the past
Church Eev. P. IL Frfson ,delivered center on the Rattlers
1;: be con. $:1e- ':00 Jax Revival Center (Rev.
Funeral services drama "BAND OF ANGELS Into where she sold I three has attended Boylan-
',:' that eulogy. championship team in 1938. slavery was 90-100: Bishop S. C. Johnson years
ducted Tuesday morning ," Warner Bros technicolor to Clark Gable. Be sure you see 190-19:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers Haven Jacksonville

t' ajn. at the college. The body will hit, showing for seven days only (Live Gospel 51A BC1.:3tl0U ) Another new Junior la Miss
ii You Don't Have Go Town to Get from 9' to 10:30 a.m. this tremendous production at Temple of God (Rev. W. B.
to to lie in state starting Sunday at the Strand Herbert) Carolyn Johnson who attendedthe

at the college. The Lawson Funeral Theatre. the Strand. You'll also enjoy the 10:45-11:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon Lincoln High School in Gainesville

:::: V Home of Talatka is in co-feature first run, "THREE Grates last .
I LOW PRICES Rated by- many as a greater 110-113 News ft Weather year.Another

,: charge. film hit than "ISLAND IN THE FOR JAMIE" starring Laralne 11:03-120 Heaven's Road'(.Deacon addition to the Junior

SUN," this picture is the tale of Day, Richard Carlson and Ricardo Grace) class is Willie Word, son of Mr.

M '-<:' ,.: :: I", Your I. .1 a woman who was mistress of Montalban. 123-120-123 10 News Heaven's ft Weather Road (Yvonne and Mrs. Willie Word, North 9th

-ii")' :.-. '. I SEWING MACHETES 1. Daniels) St. Young Word is formerly a
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.'' i DRUG STORE REEDS I WASHING IIACIIINES I II Sturfe 1:00.1:03I'M 1:03 News Heaven's& Weather Road (Yvonne studen of Kiseimmee High School.

..tt. Sales and Service-Since 1915 1 1 Daniels) The C. A. Library has the new
ISO2:00 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church |television set for viewing educational -

<;/..( Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store I BUYSELLRENTREPAIRHAMWEY : I 1 Deliveries 20- 3:00 Ja/co(Rev.Gospel Dallas ReviewLive Graham) programs. MAll

'l:' i.';':,: BROS. ( Gospel Singing) the parents patrons and
20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 .A 30- 4.00 God's Holy Shrine (Mother
:"r :'.: We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised Rosa woods) friends are invited to come out

-,;,; Jessie and Marie Jackson Sr., 4:0050.Church: of God In Christ to C. A. at any time.
.' In Your Local Papers Elder Charles Beck
'. 1447 Windle St. Aug. 25. Boy. All the patrons parents and
A: 50- 5:03 News & Weather
;'I Alfred and Katie Bartley, Rt. 53- 5:45 Heaven's Read (Yvonn* friends are reminded to purchase
"Renew Thy Strength WITH BLUE BLAZE Box 433. Aug. 24. GirL Daniels) season athletic tlckest. These
: ; Like the Eagle" m lu1l8.case James and Eloise Wallace 1310 tickets will admit the bearerto
YOUR PROBLEMS I 4t Odessa_ St., Aug. 13, girl.
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f Saturday, September 14* 1957' \,- q' -," '

Ii IiSIAC Teams Are Prepqrn; ; For A Rough Season .-.'. : I

,FACTS we don't know but the i IBC MAKES OFFERTO

OPEN f 4 *grapevine has it swinging that ; RADEMACHERFOR -
Roy Campanella is on the list to ]f GARDEN ,FIGHTNEW ..
become '

TO MEET HEAVY COMPETITION DRILLS FOR THE I l r., + *j With FROM the a WHAT Dodgers.player-coach IS BEING next SAID year I, YORK--Pefe Hademach- -

!about Willie er, the amateur fighter who '
Galimore he has a "
By a PAKHAM JOHNSON 1957 CAMPAIGNTALLAHASSEE |I fine chance of being one of the turned pro the night he fought '.' ,

i {stars of the Chicago Bears. The heavyweight champion Floyd

t Tb*. ,Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference is getting i same type of playing that he Patterson has been offered a
-. The SIAC pulled off in the Gator Bowl
60WB- to serious business in building and mapping plans for the ,$20,000 guarantee :t>y Jnternation.
Champion Florida A&M. Rattlers against the Pittsburgh Steelers
Ifiil, grid campaign with many 'veterans missing and new recruits have launched the 1957 drills to 3 r N he is still doing the same thing.t al Boxing dub to light in Madi.
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emlag, in to replace them along with some players from ,last make preparations for the ,defense REESE (Goose) TATU3I has son Square Garden sometime in

year's teams. of the conference championships announced that he is forming his November against Jut-top heavy ,

The Florida A & M Rattlers etantial team. CoachA.. W. own pro basketball team. It will weight contender.
The drills be known as the "Goose --
opened with 27 freshmen Tatum
suffered heavy losses with the Browne will send his, charges IBC President James D. Norris .
departure of All-Americans Willie 17 lettermen and 29 holdovers .- Harlem Stars. Tatum formerly
against the, strong Purple Wol. wired the offer to Rademacherwith
of the Harlem
from last team Globetrotters and
Galimore and Al Frazier.' and year's according
verjnes Of Morris Brown. Sept. 28 an option ,of 30 cent
such stars as Dennis Jefferson to a rePort made by more recently of the Harlem per '.

quarterback; fullback Jesse Heard. in Atlanta. Head Coach Jake Gaither. Magicians said his team will be of the gate. Norris also said he '

i Willie Holt Ezekiel Burrows, and The other teams in the SIAC Returning are Riley Morris and made up of stars front the major would pay round-trip ,transportation

Samuel Cleare, ends; PauTBrown, are also rebuilding, to furnish AlfcSIAC tackfe 'Vernon Wilder. college teams. The coach of, the for Rademach r. -"

center and others who helped to some keen competition to those Guards Charles, Hines, Willie team will be Marland Buchner It is believed that ,the oppa.,

make the Rattlers a threat at who appear to hold the top spots Wyche Bobby Brown, Willam former North Carolina College nents mentioned by Norris were

all times. in the conference. Xavier Uni. Lee; Centers Willie Taylor and star. to be selected from Alex Miteff.

Jake ,Gaither and his assistants versity Alfred Priestley Coach; Paul Williams; Quarterbacks Smooth .sailing until we meet undefeated Argentine prspect Eddie ,

have had their backs to the wall Knoxville. Eugene Mungen.. coach; James Williams, 'Sammy Moss, SPORTS CELEBRITIES HONORED Calhoun Indiana, Olympic got again. Machen, Zora Folley and

Lane, James A. Cooke, coach; Lee Royster and Benny Stokesare These celebrities repro.( medal winner in the 110-metei Willie Pastrano group.
on occasions but when the '
many Alabama State Arthur Simmons, ready: Halfbacks Thomas seating different pharos of the ,
Rattlers hurdles eventBottom NEWCOMBE STILL
get they
going always
coach and Tuskeeee under Coach Marshall Al Chavis, Leroy Har. sports world are all championsIn
uncover same unknowns who photo left to right-
Whitney Van Cleve will be no dee and David Latimer are all their field and are recognizedas WORTH $30,000BROOKLYN lost 7 for the Dodgers and was

manage to make gridiron history. pushovers. set. Fullbacks Alonzo; Vereen, some of the best were honoredby Joel ,Shankle" North Carolina named the Most Valuable Player
At the Rattlers
present appearto Charles Young Olious Barker will the 100 per cent wrong Club Olympic bronze medal winner o: The Cincinnati received the first Cy Young
be the question mark of the
carry on.' 'Barker is expected to of Atlanta, Georgia. Duke University; Frank Robinson Redlegs' Gabe Paul was seated In the National League. He also
1957 Don't count Jake
Gaither campaign.out of the Gai KITCHINGS EYES do the punting. Top photo left to right Bill National League's "Rookie o,f in the stands at Ebbets- Field award in 1956..,
running. Russell .San .Francisco -.Calif., the Year", outfielder with Cia,. '
,ther all smiles when Carl There are many youngsterswho recently when Big Don New. The big 31-year.old pitcher developed -
was to' Olympic Gold Medal winner In I cianati ,Redlegs; Wilt Chamberlain '. his old time formin ,trouble during
Crowell checked in and raringto will give everything; proveto combe flashed sore arm
,the powers that be :among the basketball 'now with the Boston Philadelphia phenominal baa giving up five hits and strik the World Series against the

go. coaching staff that they have deities' professional basketball ketball star of Kansas University'. ing' out 6 Redlegs, winning 8-0, Yankees and he has been con.

Over at Morris Brown E. J. what, it ,takes. team; Henry' IBank" Aaron, They were awarded "Oscars" b;'I when he*said "The offer of $300 tinually plagued with it in 1957,

(Ox) Clemons is hopeful. In talk Coach Earl Kltchings o! the The yearlings can fall in be- Mobile, Alabama Milwaukee the Atlanta Life Insurance Company I. 000 I made to the Dodgers for but the day he pitched the shutout .

ing with demons during' the Fighting Panthers of Matthew W, hind the seasoned -veterans and Braves outfielder and National! and trophies by the Coo Newcombe during spring trainingstill against the Redlegs, he was

t summer he said, losing men like Gilbert High ,School is shedding pick up many points that will League batting champion; Lee i Cola Company. stands. in rare form. His 8-0 defeat made
Howard Glover end; Fred G.Reed no tears, over the prospects oi
...-- help them to become valuable Newcombe Is far away tram.his his lifetime record against the
tackle; Alfred Wilkes. iackle. I his 1957: outlook nor the loss or ---- --
men. Gaither and his coaches win 198'record when he won,,27 and j Redlegs is 216. _
Isiah Larkin, guard; Moses ''21 well seasoned men from last. SPORTING
concetrate on' finding' the proper : I I UP .
Medendon; center; Lowell B. year's squad by way of the cap
replacements for the men who ","',." v': ..
Williams quarterback and John and gown route for that, is the .:, '<
left' byway' :of graduation By'C. PATJIAM JOHNSON '
A. Thomas, Cackle are migtty trail that all good athletes expeCtto 1
Rattlers are still consid- tj
hard to replace ,but he was travel for he traveled that '
shedding no tears because those same route., ered the team to beat for the BROOKS LAWRENCE of the son, the Brooklyn Dodgers foldedup t f'

_ things are expected. He will have The Panthers tied the Blue conference championship.HEADLINER Cincinnati Redlegs appears' to be ,so completely this year ,was

the advantage of a veteran back. Devils in .the Big "9" Conference the workhorse of the ,Cincinnati because Jackie Robinson was

field however with Charles Biv- Championship and the City pitching staff again' in 1957 just missing. This column doesn't say
GALIMORE IS as he was in 1956. Up to this
ins, Richard Law Joe Hall and Championship and played a 6-6 ; that, but }Jt will agree'' that some I
The point he has won 14 g .mes. .s
quarterback Valmore Gore. deadlockwith the Booker Washington thing happened. } ;

Wolverines of Morris Brown open Tornadoes in Miami These FOR SAD. SAM JONES the big THE BALTIMORE COLTS of

the season Sept 21 against North feats were accomplished with pitcher the St., 'Louis Cardinals the National Professional Football .w ,, \
at Durham. secured from the Cubs is a '; = .
Carolina College Chicago
such men as Theodore i
strong 1 League is well supplied with tan
State College with all-conference doing a masterful jab for the .. .
Fort Valley Richardson, quarterback CHICAGOBEARS I players headed by the great Len -
: A Alva Tabor Jr., guiding tho destinies ; Curtis Miranda, all-con I Cardinals. One of the biggest I I ny Moore. The Colts will have \_. '4r : '; .' ,'

will have to replace such ference center; Tommy'Chandler victories of the season for him I Big Jim Parker, Jesse Thomas #rs xw
James Neathen Willie tackle Willie Bus. was the victory he scared recent
stalwarts as all-conference ;
Willie Galimore, the fellow from Gene Lipscomb, Luke Owens '..
Charles Lunn and lal-conference halfback and ly over Lew Burdette, of the Milwaukee
Hunter sey St. Augustine who made football' Walt Livingston, Bob Pollard ., "
1 1I
Robert ,White. Tabor told thiswriter"dur''ing Ernest. Sistrunk, all-conference, history at Fla."A & M University Braves. Opposing players Jim Glo-ver. Davis anff '}McMillan. //iii
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the summer that I fullback.! Those men are aU.gone with' the Rattlers is making the I I say Jones is one of the hardest OVER AT FLORIDA A 8; 1\1.I

he did not have too much to look national headlines as a member!{I pitchers in the league to beat Jake Gaither of the Rattlers appears -

forward to, but he was goingto now.The defending co-champions of of the Chicago Bears with runs |when he is really right. quite jubilant over his 1957

do the beet, ke could with "9" Conference I j THE WILLIE PASTRANO shadow
the North Big; which turn into touchdowns.It prospects, but a appears
what he has to work with will start the season with .alight was Galimore who covered I ROT HARRIS bout has been over that sunny smile when he

SOUTH CAROLINA, STATE, squad, but a wen coached and a the most yardages at the Gator postponed again for an idefinite thinks of the departure of Willie

'4 under the direction of head coach determined group who will attempt Bowl in the'""B ear-Steeler- game period.; This is the second (Gallopin Gal) Galimore and Al.

Roy D. oboe: looms as one of to keep the banner raised and from then on' he has con the fight has been Frazier his touchdown twins, but y

the most dangerous teams in the where the departed stars of last tinued to ,show the opposition the rhe first time tvaS put tlmi he felt the same way when Sal w f : -

confererfc<. The Bulldogs with season left it. number of cleats 'he has on his because Pastrano injured his I Galtor Alkin Hepburn and manyof

Alex Gardner Richard Arlington, Coach; Kitcbings will be countIng shoes.. 'F luring: training and this the other Rattler greats who .

Fred Bowers and Henry Brevard heavily on halfbacks Julius In a game last Sunday againstthe time is because Harris, the fighter left him on the hills. Just leave tri

and backed by a large! force of Mack and Ather Sampson; fullback Philadelphia Eagles at Kansas 4 from Cut and Shoot, Texas, it to Gaither to come up with r

seasoned veterans who are re. Cicero Bell; quarterbacksOliver City the St. Augustine flash las! injured his eye something great, he does it every

tuning to the front lines to make Joyce and Booker Peek; streaked across the ,field for 'a COLLIE NICHOLSON, the pub. year. p ya

the 13uMoong ;and powerful ends Henry Matthews and' BUt 74 yard run to pay dirt on the lie relations director of Grambling CARMEN BASILIO the, welterweight -

Tho AEen University Yellow, Logan, guards Wesley Wilbert second play of the :game. In the College says tailback Edward 'champion who is sche

Jackets imter Coach Joseph Gol- and Charlie McClendon and tackle final quarter,after the Eagles had Murray,. is a better all around duled to fight Sugar Ray Robin ; i

phhC will be the team to watch.The' Eugene Price! Joe Louis Vann, {.tied ,the score, the Eagles kicked 'back than Big Tank Younger of son Sept 22 in Yankee Stadiumfor
T4Itot7 Jackets will be fortified center" was I '"Gallopln Gal" the Los Angeles Rams was' when.
the only returning off to the ,Barsf the middleweight championship
,with' Sid Williams' : ,GeorgeGUufim&o injured 'n!' early season practice.The grabbed the kicKoff and:'galloped he played for Grambling.: Nicholson of the world, said: /I never rte: r .

J.h n Cash Harry Fighting Panthers will 100 ,yards to, a .touchdown. has seen the'' est Grambling wanted to beat anyone in all my

Brigkt.. Jan R'em.bet, Clarence open the season .Sept. 20 againstthe :According ,to Ge: 0 ri'e Halas has had to offer fort the past life as I'do Robinson. rd, like : <. ..

Adsjn, Jam** Brookhart! Charles& Campbell Street High Centipedes president of the, Bears, Galimore ten or twelve years, .Big ,.Tank to be the man that puts him in + .. } .' ..

i Fray WarUa Green, Louis Blander in Daytona Beaeh. The rest is ,really earning his .pay From is..a mighty 1>9w .r1th the_ cold storage permanently." Bast. ,.':' ,

Johapy McMillan. James of the, scheduled ,Is.as follows:J ,his two spectacular runs, the Rams now lie feels wry- confident? that he .' t ';'' tJ f
William Har. 4 2414.OEniNGUPNlGHTS JIDi BROWN has taken over -- f4n t t'i
\Thit&'Art: Genoa. Sept. 27-Valdosta, there; Oct. Bears won over the Eagles 1 will do just that.CO5DHSSIONER. > 'r ,,:: '. : ...
riVGoj;; Barton, Charles Knox ...:BTW. Miami here; Oct. ,11FAMU the fullback slot that Big'''MarionMotley FORD C. I
the Yel-. held down for the T
nV2& Watch =Lin-
p there Oct l7 once
1 High, ; FRICK called representatives of T ;
I.': ;Jafc>;t1.ta. coin, Tallahassee; Oct.25-Quincy Cleveland Browns. Brown gave clubs Into" his
BetCOookman Wildcats, Savannah there; W worried by"Bladder Weakness"[Getting evidence' in ''his first major fcst five big league : -
Nov: or ItchIng the
here frequent burning for
; XJj XlghU (too office to discuss plans
awl the Fla. A & XI or Strom Cloudydue Urine that he has what it tak'5'to
wto tola here; Nov. irmtulaatlonL
Nov. i to common Kidney and Bladder IrrttaUoos World Series.. The ,five teams
Battlers. la the Gator Bowl in 15 Pensacola BTW. theirNov.. try CYGTFEX for qujo CYUTKA, gratifying tablet, make It in professional footbalL [ were the New York
Jacksonville again this year la Stanton Blue Devils Gator used comforting ta,past help.25 A years billion prove safety and WOODLEY LEWIS, grabbed''kickoff a represented
2S-- the Chicago WhiteS -
cjiestion "mark. Coacl success. Ask druggist for crSTaatlsfaetloa = tinder, and ran it: back 95 yards Yankees, 'and I .f it
quite n Bowl. or money-back guarantee f the American ,League and
Rudolph G. (Bunkey) Matthews for the Chicago Cardinals in Austin St. Louis

is expected to come up with some: Texas. Lewis was quite a the Milwaukee end. Brooklyn Braves Dodgers. ,a e yA
material this season. The t stand-out in collegiate footbalLIF Cardinals
surprise to
Wildcats can be dangerous. r :MILWAUKEE SHOULD BILLY recovered BRUTON from appears an' Injury :: 4j't

Benedict will field, quite a sub. M WIN the National League Pen. be fully \ ; ,
few weeks ago
he sustained a ,
would see with
t nant wffl I
and It Is expected that he II II I
an outfield with Wes Covington I

-i _- -15-45-63 Billy ,Bruton and Hank Aaron. soon be back In smile the lineup.freely Manager When-

would,, be tan from Haney can
987 The
841-70- Bra yy. zr
/4. With the Yankees Joe Adcock,
left to right.
and ton, Bob Bob and some of the' 4: 5t,' 'r .,w s Y r g

:i* Watch' This down t ( Harry it will,(Suitcase be Elston) SImpson.Howard other injured players get back the yx s+.' ," r M I tsz
-+ into the swing. It isn't that Y' .4
haven't kept on winning ; -4 .
PATTERSON was highly Braves
e- 1 FLOYD
lcir bat '
1\ .3 criticized far 'aCCePting the ,fight with the Into proper the replacements final pennant, 4yormg <
but who going
'..-1 3 with Pete the critics would hay stretch a manager feds so much THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT Kendrix posted 'a 1,8 for "; .

-. among better when he goes into it with Six feet four inches Vance -
dished out $250,000 The thing 27 holes. Youngster 1s son or,

74 that made Joe Louis the great fun strength. Watts one of the nation's better public relations' jean and Mrs.

r : -, SSS'.-44 832 champion that he was was because FELIX MANTILLA at at shortstop first professional goUenand Alan L.Kendrfx. Moss, H. Hendrix, whose firm represents .

j he took, everybody th 1threW" and Frank T6rre four feet four inches, The Coca-Cola Company.'.
ofxtRne Jab's up at him. If Patterson had base while Adcock and Logan
8.a letfaks he's down Rademacher 25-years were out have done a bang up both of Washington, D. C.. were Dad. and ,brother Moss, Jr.t,also'
not fought
A Be fUSta b subtracts and fielding the tallest and shortest golfers
Rademacher challenged Their hitting participated In the tournament,
Be worD U all around zINt from the day job.
him,, they'would have said have played a major part in I' competing In 31st annual tournament giving the Kendrbces the largpstfamily
iCP6lIl WS PIS the Braves in of United Golfers Association
t For Saturday, ,Sept 21 Patterson :was afraid. I helping. to'keep representation In the
ilB N 1 -' in Washington August 26-30..
I BROOKLYN FANS, are saying the thickest of the ,
',._ 09-14-36 rlar.d Nr $c aE over the country that the rea UUKTIin, ITS. RUMORS OB' :Playing: in the Junior Division,.ctenL
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I This section Is reserved for the publication of letters w edito. : *
rials from readers who wish to express their opiate OB say lira. Annie Grant will present COMPANIES BARGAINS ,

matter. All ,letters or articles should be addressed to w >1TO&J9A" > Jotux Bolden I" EP1,1fe
singer, composer Just take over payments of someone else who could not
STAB, People's Platform, P. O. Box Ml, Jacksomvffle, Fla. ant
should be signed by the writer. The writer's unit wffl not D. 'and band d.iret9r'!. a fall Concert loss is ;your gain. $8, $9 or $10 down is all you' need "t'; _

published when the write requests, that his Bases ... wilhiri4 Thursday night October 10, low as .$5, $6 .or.$7 per week. All cars fully "i .
EASTSIDE PLAYGROUND I I I .at the St. Stephens A. ),1. E. 1

YE SHAH KNOW THE TRUTH Milnor Street seen t. to dedi Church for the benefit of theWoman's $8.00 DOWN' ,. $9.00 DOWN I ;
cated. 50 FORD, clean ..... $5 week 51*DODGE, p-u Trk .. $7 week 53 _
(By H. M. Moss) day drive 50 STUDEBAKER .. $5 week 52 NASH Ambassador. $6 week 53

In this world of unrest and misunderstanding There' are many who Pave beta Mrs.:, .Grant Is group .captainof 49 PONTIAO .?...;;.. $7 week 51 OLDS '98$1 week 54

we often find.our.. seeking glory and many who have group 23 and Is assisted by 50 OLDS W..S.;... $6 week 51 FORD ............. $6 week 53 DE ..

selves In a state of seeking glorification been achieving f&Is reputationsas Mrs. Altamease -Shields Roberts, 50 MERCURY ....... $7 week 51 MERCURY ....... $7 week 52

.. to who spearheaded the project captain ofjjroup 40. 51 KAISER ........:. & week 52 MERCURY ....... $6 week 53 ;,
without w 0 r k s. The .
This organtcatlon would 51 DODGE ...:....*.: $6 week 53 NASH, ........;... $i week 52 4:
The artist serves as band direc- "'! '
Aristocrats Club for Boys Inc. is rather not seek any false glory 49 DODGE .......h..*. $5 week 52>> FORD. ............ $7 week 53 <
an organization not for profit nor tor of Darnell Cookman School
or any prestige If It could mot
for vain glory. This organization be legitimate. The Concert will feature classics AUTO -

has for Its purpose the promotionof The only thing that wt can semi classics novelty and M R' H A R R Y S 96 :ZZoac

Christainlty, the promotion of and will say la we would like sacred numbers. 1" Open Dally % i iA

athletics .and recreational activities to have. the' general public In. : Sundays
iormed as- to whom should get -

on a wholsome basis, the the credit for staying with this REPRINT FROM LAST WEEK'S I I Up .f tk. r*.* o*>> toths
prevention of malpractices amongour project- after thirty odd years of EXTRA ouUtaatlBf youf

young people and the elimination promises for new and better re- WALL PAPER ( ) American!, who make eu
country ant our
.of ,'Juvenile delinquency creational facilities for, our col. HINT FEDERAL COURT ACTIONAS AT BARGIN PRICES a letter pUe tawk community>li to ttT*;

among our youth. Last but not ored citizens. Also PAINT Nichols .

least the providing for a respectable appeal This organization fir tan imcMtMtf is making te Bft an> NICHOLS WINS AME APPEALBy METROPOLITANPAPER about * *
rendevous. ,
petuate the furtherance of the STORE q!

These objects and purposes kind of work that will benefit ERIC O. SIMPSON Phone El 3-0628 church Bishop I ,

been set as a standard for all of citizens and not 'just ,
have our
Cleveland, Ohio (Special) The Judlcal Council of the AME 11 West Church St. "At *
the basis of all the activities of a small section of this city.. Goneis
Church handed down Its, ruling on the. appeal of Bishop D, Ward *
this'organization. With these high the day when the young men .
Nichols, suspeded prelate of the 11th Episcopal District and reversed cerned *
.. alms and Ideals through the of this city can be bought witha r-
the decision'r the Trail Committee which found ,him Apts. For RentAPT. *
this organization has fostered few miserable dollars. If we
years .-nntv....... A* violation of the Church Discipline.. have n of(
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many worthwhile projects are to lead we must be sure that s MAv
when other organizations and cannot buy us, promises The Judlcal body which opened, FOR RENT which .\ '
money ""' ,:
it? :&
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clubs of our town were In the cannot sway us, nor can vale} Its hearings In the'vHollenden MAN IS ATTACKED Furnished apt. $20.00 weekly.

potential stage. babbling defeat us. The truth Hotel
By careful planning, on February shall\make men-- free. 4:, ruled that Bishop Nichols be Unfurnished room ":so weekly the Tribute Is paid to Le.
18 1954 the Aristocrats Inc. The Aristocrats Club Inc is a plus lights. Phone El 51109.
; restored to full status as bishop men w roy Rogers of the senior iC
met at the home of Mrs. E. Johnson chartered organization and not a and retured to Florida. Thomas Vyonnie :Martinez Bishop class lie Is an hoiC

101 East Union Street and fly by night deal. It would be a after the taken into custody by officerstor RHIIS For RestROOMS nor student, a member
However, shortly
agreed that something would be great thing if we as members'of of the National Honor
conditions which "we live ruling exonerating Nichols was the cutting ;and stabbing of The t.
done about the deplorable this society in FOB RENT Nichols Society, president of the
of the recreation activitiesfor i would always seek the truth of handed down, Is was announcedthat Street last Saturday ,night.Ifrince Furnished Room ed to senior class and Is affiliated .
the eastside youth. the whole matter rather than Jones. 26, of 1112 Jackson .1109 Jessie St. with
the Laura
Bishop's Council will Modern, private home. the
Plans were made In this meetIng listen to gossip.SIDNEY hold Jones told police, he was talking adults least Street PresbyterianChurch.
a special session on Tuesday. only. For Inspection WI i

to contact the necessary,'Ee r- September 9, in Washington. D. to his, girl friend, Bobby EL 5-1394. For .Vi
sons who were responsible, for POITER Ruth McCullough of 214 Chelsea tion of
C. to consider the Judlcal -
the recreation of our youth. **********iC
COMING TO RITZ cil's 'authority in re-as IgnlngBishop Street, when Douglas cut and Furnished Room. Single man or In May,
When these 18 or more young
men with nothing but victory Insight IN NEW DRAMA Nichols ,to Florida. stabbed him. married couple preferred. 86.75 Wright.

,, started there was nothingto o___ THE REAL FIGHT NOW After he was cut, Jones walked weekly. Small room $UO a wk. him Is ..,.... :w '''.'\ '.>_\":
Sidney router, who scored an for single man. Ph. EL O-OS17. ; ,it* ; !:
stop them short of their. goal BEGINS from Park and Stonewall !Council
but what Is known now as the outstanding hie in "Blackboard From all indications thIs un.' Streets where he was cut to 225 ---0- other h ;*q.;: :
at First andS Jungle", now plays" .a starring BOOM FOR RENT .
Eastside Playground Elm Street where he was placedin I'" <<' '
of the Clt expected action which has left Modern ; .::sF3;:' ptJ
role In "Edge as a furnished room. Single
; happy-goaucky railroad yard the anti-Nichols forces '"fighting an Medical ambulance Center.and sent to man preferred. 959 West 8th both ...._. 4

GARDEN CIRCLE checker 'given to bop"phraseology.John mad" signals the beginning of Duval Street. Phone El 62318. by :
SLATES Cassavetes, Jack Warden the real fight which might well Douglas was: arrested by Pa. of 17; iI: :
Barker and G. H.
Magulre Dee be and drawn trolemen R. E. Thomas
Kathleen, and: Ruby a long out seriesof
3:15 aon.TALLAHASSEE : ..: ;:
also play top roles In the picture court battles. *' Thrower about HELP WANTED \

East Springfield Garden' filmed entirely on location l_
,Circle will hold? Its first taU In New York City. "Talley"A GLORIA HENRY
meeting in the home of Mrs. The film opens at the Rita Sept. HELP WANTED Isaiah
WILL BUILD A ( Blocker Junior
Lorrine Stewart 922 lona St., Dennis Jefferson Couple to live on premises. High School
HOMEON Wife to
do general houseworkand
Monday, September 16, at 8 pan WANTED YOUR LOT has been assigned by Gloria is a member of
husband to be all around
The last meeting was held in For as little as $200 downor Coach Jake Gaither to coach the form the 9th grade class and
Colored .Salesman handy man. Blast Idle children,
the home of Mrs. Neon Bess of
E-Z Terms to suit you. Florida A and M University Rattlers' an honor student. She
1425 Avenue where Salary & Commission have health card and references The
Evergreen a CALL El 6-2957 or Fl 9.3822 quarterbacks. Dennis was an Phone : plans to take Organ lea. .
delighted evening was 'spent.' ;Can Make ,$125 per wk. outstandin quarterback for the Ch 94266. arrested sons the first semester at

"What I will plant for the fall" See Mr. Jimmy Rattlers from 1952 to 1956. c them high school also she
will be the of* The
topic discussion.
96 Riverside Ave. H. C. DONALD plans to enter Howard
Mrs. Onega Rowe is presidentand 58, Los
Ph. EL 4-6509 Says Now Is The Time .
Mrs. Annie Robinson is reporter I I I Armory ;
for the organization. LOOK YOUR BESTLAUNDERING To Buy A '57 Pontiac The ..v.V.>IJPI.

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REOPENING yy Demonstrations .Sundays worthy,
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