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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
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Jacksonville Fla
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September 21, 1957
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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R : Kef'w. a lengthy session yesterday '34-year.old woman'. :
,Four Jacksonville. ,men charged with the rape of a 2&.year.bld
afternoon the Board of Public,
abduction two white
woman In 'a car parked. In the vicinity of 8th and.Talleyrand have. contract:
instruction awarded the
.tifR Indicated that they will plead Innocent at the :'prelJminary hearing The victim told Sheriffs .
for the construction of a new 20
I Monday; September 22,: at-::2:00 pjn. before Justice of'the Peace deputies that she. got
classroom elementary school at
Southside- bus about '
i Dorcas Drake. ,45th and Cleveland Road to Bradford > I :
The men had previously ad- the home of her: .
Builders Inc.. The original I
milled the crime to HUSBAND SUSPECTED men In 'a parked car,
bid; on the structure was $326,331and
officers.. Ernest Jackson, attorneyfor after three, alternates were civilian clothes, and one
the men stated that the -"ad : made the final figure accepted naval uniform asked her
mlttances" were ;obtained by :Mrs. 'Ruth :Mae Brown of 1028B by the board was $316,531. street direction. When
force. ,. Kings -Road, told police In reporting Alternates called for :'substitu

CHARGES FORCED ,CONFESSION Harold Farmer one of four: The victinustated, she had suit the theit'of 'a navy ,blue. tion of galvanized Instead of proached"civies" got the out car of., the the
that her son,Ode BrownJr.
: standard electric for synchronized
been: to visit her cousin In the
local 28-year-old woman is 'seen being of Magnolia.Gardens came by her ;forced her into the 1
I men charged with raping a 900 Block of Florida Avenue and clocks for classrooms; change in
taken for questioning Sheriffs deputies. was walking home ,alone. When house Saturday morning and left a ramp loading Toof; deletion of The car headed back '
? ,suit hanging in the living "teraniums" or Milt in flower Jacksonville and No
she reached, Third and Franklin out
Jightigreen, car'approached her room.. ,; L"-" : : srrlenar deletion. ,ofcovered; .. .. Ja' .. :
a 'te.i4ly
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PRESIDENT-- : vrth>lour'men :
.'NEGRtEADERs" and Sunday Afternoon about the During the trip across
cafetariUm deletion, of
offered her a ride. When she refused -
5:30 the suit Was taken out of intercommunication man in the, back seat
,of the men got out
one .
mown ,..
the house. Mrs. told police *- the and
TO DISCUSS THE RACIAL CRISISNewport I and the pushed driver her held into a the gun car on while her. she suspects- Tier& husband, Immediately after the bids were : she gun had on better, woman not, yell or : fJ J fi f
Frank Allen, 38, taking the
announced the STAR began. to
They ,drove out Franklin to 8th Jump out.
to meet 'with suit and pawned .It. other than receive calls concerning the dele: the "
R. I. President Eisenhower agreed and East ,on 8th to Talleyrandwhere The men parked In
top Negro leaders to get their viewpoints on the current racial they". parked. All of the she, Frank, is ,the only one who tlohs. Many expressed hope. that and attempted to assault
men removed their .clothes and has a key .to the house the deletions and trimmed bids! tim' in the back scat of :
crisis. The president agreed to the suggestion which was advanced
by Rep Adam Clayton Powell, (D-NY). In last .years- presidential beat her and. assaulted the worn I E.Patrolman J. Jeffersonn.W. ,H.investigated.Harris and would Stanton.not It result was pointed in another out New that When cut of this the failed car* they to' the 'r"r
elections Powell supported the Republican ticket because he said
that he did'feel that.he could support the party of Eastland and an.One of the. men insisted that WOMAN IS AROUSED the New Stanton building is literally She fought back 'u n t
other segregation leaders. they ought to kill the woman. falling apart.. Others pointedout "blacked out";'. When*she Z'h
Powell suggested that the Pres- She was finally released, at 8th WHEN A MAN WALKS the necessity of an intercom. the men had fled and her.
ident see believe that my feelings and Franklin and the ,car went INTO HER BEDROOM munication' system in a modern was disarranged. She '
,school and voiced the opinion that of the wanted
one men
Negro _matters are sufficiently South on Franklin Street. Mrs. Annie Mae Jones 42, of
the school would have the stageudrlves"
on the known so that 1 hardly need The victim was taken to the ''U.79' W. '7th Street told police !!t.t
lie school reassure any citizen of my Duval Medical Center where she was 'aroused' by a noise in to pay for some of the
deletions at a later date. .
New York devotion. after .an examination by Dr. Carl the house about 2:30: 'a m. Mon
that the .I shall arrange Wells, medical examiner, she was day but thinking it 'was 'her hus- At the same time bids were
civil with you and have di treated for bruised ,lips .and .the band she"paid no attention "untila announced for a 16 classroom 1 MiJ4 1.1
white school and.theywere
staft'in : was confirmed.On elementary
to *
withwhite my Washington rape little later a man 'was stand. :
Richard B with you far this purpose." i Monday afternoon detectives ing at her bedside. considerably higher than t
the bids for the 20 classroom
Gov had said that he though picked up Harold Farmer, ,24 of She recognized the man to be '
saa. President ought to get Negro 909 W. Union Street' Leroy Craw John Henry Gnattf,: 25 her ne- ,Negro school ,---- ,-- ,
"<< is problems di ford, 19, of 1152 E.- Union St.; '
It on integration phew who lives In the 10000 house and left him there.
c has and that such a meeting and Willie Isaac Jones, 19, of' block on Dewitt Street. He is Police 'reported that when they
further 'assure: Negro 750 Van Buren St. They .were also known by "Tee" a nickname. arrived on the scene the man
:-- must, of the sincerity of sitting in a car answering the .
Mrs. Jones said when she told had gone. Mrs. Jones said she
ing to !all office in finding a solution description of the car in .which her_ nephew he'couldD't stay would take out a warrant.

our this difficult problem." the assault allegedly took place. there, he became angry and Patrolman L,. C Williams and,
laws," the : Farmer was listed as the ownerof started cursing. She fled the W. Soloman investigated.
the car. Police later arrested
stated by GIVEN Eddie Farmer. ,. '" '
in law Investigating officers Sgts. G. CITY COUNCIL.BUDGET BODY HEAR

ment of STAY H. Hurlbert, .0. A. Johnson, T. S.
found, Beaudrot and Patrolman J. R.
w1Il"mare Va,. Federal Moody. PLEAS OF NEGRO AGENCIES
Judge Albert V. Bryan
dictates When Harold Farmer was questioned
exP an guarantee"I postponed a Monday dead- at police headquarters, it The budget and 'finance committees: of the Jacksonville City
he had set for admission was discovered .that, he was 'involved Council started ,hearings on the 1958 .budget. proposals. In a 90- j
of i'Z seven Negro children to Ar in the June robberyOf minute session request for increases totaling $18,350 were received.
of : a white man who was "lookingfor The' largest increase $10.-
County, Va., schools. ;to grant the money and asked
the whiskey" in a Negro section. 6000 was requested byJ. the .Clara ,
asked by
r granted a stay .were r Chairman Robert R. Roberts to
HAVE County School Board Farmer and four other men White Mission, 'Inc. which operates
accused of taking $800 in ,one have the city attorney to-clarifythe "
I ich is fighting integration :Mercy Hospital for incurable
!hundred dollar bfllr from the bill.
: ] ,
: : sought the postponement diseases and the "Negro Mu :
This It* appealed the Judge's man. seum. In previous years the Mission -I Representatives 0 Brewster _
Claimed. ruling to the U.S. Fourth MAN KICKS WOMAN received ,appropriations of Hospital asked far an ,increase In
as Court of. Appeals. $200 for the Negro, Nursery and the hospital's appropriation from 'f.4M
who originally ordered Itf' THE STOMACHA Old Folks Home: The Mission itself last year's $3,6000 to $12,000.
to read schools to admit the Ne wine drinking party betweena received no appropriation in They requested an increase of
pray children Monday said he still Magnolia Street Woman and the 1957 budget. $3.000 in the hospital's isolation r,

,,Negroes cannot ,be barred,',her,,.... .. boy. friend' last Sunday nightbrought '. Representatives.of,the.,,Mission unit.making a total of $15,000 requested ...
170 from white schools. Bud',I aboutl-an .argument and told' the budget committeethat', for the institution E.'R: i .. ,. "PEPSI :
neoe s added "I cannot say that later a fight, whilh ended when an act was. passed by the'" 95'tJ Clark, 'a member of firewater's'
this ; I Ieoos court would not have a'' the man kicked the woman in'.:session of the Iiegislatureiirect- board -of directors: and representing Miss' Marie Adam

I' opinion." the stomach. ing the city to appropriate $10- the Riverside Lions Club; sent. "the" Astor Motel" ,tm' .
," It He said he granted the stay-b Mrs. Rena:MI ls,35, of'322 Man 000 for the Mercy HOspital and read a prepared statement In' Motel"** :Jn .tho'-.m. Jf.. .
'- debate if an appeals court should nolia- Street told police, she and $1.000 for' the Museum. Commit making the plea far the added :

our his integration order her'boy: friend. 59, ,of,the same tee members said that they were appropriations,He cited increased' Sunday nnr September" 29. ,
this : would<: be "a'tremendous.In.I address were drinkfcig-wine when under the impression; that t the. costs .and the many semi-indigent against.. 49. other .t
1. **- to the school "board. and the I they started.-to, argueShe said till only. gave them permission' cages which the hospital must accept -r -! < i. > H-
cesses children"" hd' even...to per.; Benrrjr Weatherbe, U )tboT.trlen'd I spend, "about h "a f monta'VstaayJngthe ;ail reasons Why: the:amount Beau7 gpas eazit $p De

J not..*parUes..to.the..su1t.-.J kicked-her' ia the.stomach.J* request,, and,the total budget; should be increased. I, and many hotel owners

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THE' FLORIDA. STAR- Politics As Usual t!

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\, Published by The Florida Star Publishing .Co.V ; i ;, .-SB. :

"2S2S Moncrief Road ............t.. EL 4. 782 = r..EL ,4-6783 I
A realistic program'for achieving desegregation of the schools *
: 423 Broad Street Phone EL 4-3773 \
Branch Office
Downtown :
:'fj. -' ,.. ". .. tL peacefully and constructively is presented In a 2 .cent pamphlet, 4

"...":.. ...,...e::. Mailing Address: .. A GUIDE TO SCHOOL INTEGRATION, just published by the I ,.

,:.,..;. ',..:,::-#:.4 P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida. '' Public Affairs Committee, 22 East 38th Street New York City. ? '

._, Eric. O.., Simpson ..............-.-......................Editor r h I The pamphlet t -

"',0'' "Parham' Johnson ...........................'...News StaffFAltamae F'fDUCATJOHSRIHEMAJOJMT" 4x ,tk outlines the kindo of community planning group \'

.... Richardson ..........................Circulation Dept. f preparatory representing all segments in the ,
-:.fn ',' action that is community to assist and supportthe I
tir,: :Member of Associated Negro Press t Tovit RIGHTS PORAHERJCANS tt needed In the school board in preparing for .. I/

& .community and integration.

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, 1.80 'sets forth theresponsibilities "Agreement is needed on'only

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. I of two fundamental points," the
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Cbecka or Money Orders To: t !l the schools them. pamphlet says: "that this community ,
selves in easingthe Is going to abide by the
.; transition to supreme law of the land, and that

integration. I t this community Is not; going to

ALONG FREBOM'S.ROAD) Alas written by tolerate the tactics of outside .or
Jean D.: Grambs local hoodlums and agitators.Agreement .

1 SIMPSON ,under the super. does not have to be
..,' By RUTH PERRY vision of the
on reached on the merits of desegre.

,. IA School Desegregation. of the gation. 1
We have Witnessed i these past few weeks one of the most Society for the
i ,. PsychologicalStudy "Community acceptance in at
-'disgraceful incidents in recent American history that of a governor of Social
Issues a division least a minimum degree. Is important
of one of our United States openly defying ,the Federal Govern. of the American
Psychological in the desegregation pro
meat by refusing to abide by a decision of Judge Ronald Daviesof Association. F t
cess, Dr. Grambs emphasizes."At .
'the U. 8. District Court. Judge Davies ordered immediate deSegregation As
a preliminary step the the same time," she adds,
of the Little Rock. Arkansas Central High School.
'. ''r pamphlet suggests the formationto "school personnel ought to be
engaged in an inquiry into the
-**" The local school board in Little Rock had"been preparing for ? 1P,1jJJ' social and frtatemal organ!.
:1 I kinds of problems that may possibly -
.this event of integration; no intimation of trouble had been given. : rations as the friends you make
I. arise within the school system
Further, the state of Arkansas does not have a record of racial thereby are very likely to stick
with the advent of desegregation
violence. Bus integration has been accomplished throughout the j. by you for life. Make sure that Before teachers can

with no incidents; the state university has, been integratedestace you are not being sidetracked by school activities
plan appropriate ,
1846. &i false information or some inner
[ they need to study the area of
Some news sources from Arkansas say the,governor is looking M compulsion. Secret entanglementsrisk intergroup relations so that the
for: re-election: to a third term. Others the the
say governor's A SERIOUS ROADBLOCK TO danger of future expos plans and policies they evolve will
caVtbe; explained that easily. But it is this writer's opinion that ures under this aspect. be appropriate to the situation."
Gov. Faubus has committed damage. Make home a haven of. 350994997357CAPRICORN
an expedient, ,political maneuver, and 'The process of enrolling in the
as such it should be viewed with scorn, peace.

The Supreme Court made history with ita decision on desegregation Your Weekly 1-10-11-li-21-121. diverse same public backgrounds school and children different of t

in education. There is no .ddUbt that the UJ3. is going Born Dec 22nd Thru Jan. 19th experiences has been going on

through a major sociological change. However we respect those LIBRABorn If you fipd the way barred since America its
ever opened
Americans who approach this historic change with goodwill calm Horoscope GuideWHICH Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd when you are trying to see people first schools;" Miss Grambs pointsout.

ness and a desire to cooperate'' and understand. But to the grand' You may say that this quarterwill in high places, or attemptIng "The purely educational taskis

shading, expedient politicians, like Faubus of Arkansas who-makea ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR determine whether your plans to occupy a top seat, don't incomparably easier than in
sound and
mockery of the principles of democracy and of the laws of the and preparations are give up the battle. You should "
days mass immigration.
United States both at home_ and abroad we say: "Act like an BUSINESS LOVE extensive enough for the personal not turn down offers to serve It is particularly important epamphle.t

American or relinquish your position ,of leadership." PASLO The ASTROLOGERABIES boom you should enjoy in an official or confidential capacity out to understand ,
By points ,
The 21st a
By his act of calling out units thereafter. poses
of the National Guard. Gov. las this is another wax for
and attitudes
'Orval 'Faubus has 'precipitated 'a tense and serious situation. Na: : problems that have to be ironed you to obtain the economic free- feelings "Too often
of the child
tional Guardsmen were called out by Gov. Clement Tennessee ed on the 20th-21st There will lie I out, but you and your associates dom that you desire most of the Negro Negro child comes to school

last year to stop rioting when a school in Clinton, Tenn. was Born March 21st Thru April no need to hide your lights or I should be more than equal to all. already convinced that he cannot

ordered desegregated. But with this difference: Clement called out The energy ,that you are pre your intentions under a bushelas them. Be particularly on your 830442943348. and perhaps should not, succeed. I

the Guardsmen to keep the peace and obey the law, while Faubus pared to extend in the pursuitof they are worth too much to guard so as not to get caught in Not only a Negro child feel

.called out the Guardsmen to prevent the carrying out of a federal pleasure, as well as at work you and others to allow them to a trap that could ruin a friend.. AQUARIUS that he may is probably not very

court order. The difference is obvious and the difference Is a grave gains considerable power from be wasted. ship. Born Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th good but most of the

and serious one. the brakes now and then so as 6-80-33-79-31 683. 9-80- 6-79- 5985.VIRGO Although there are times when pressures anyway around him tell him

States' RIghts Versus the Federal the 21st. Still should applyto that
Government you you believe your hopes that there is no point trying to
To those whp have followed the history of desegregation in conserve some of it for sub- CANCERBorn haven't got a ghost of a chanceof succeed Ambition, for a

the South since the Supreme Court decision, the Faubus incident sequent demands. Take precautions June 22nd Thru July 22nd Born Aug. 24th Thru Sept. 23rd finding fulfillment, you are Negro, is too often spelled 'heart

.. has been almost inevitable. It 'was a surpris that it happened in against tempting situations The 20th should provide a big The urge to spring into action likely to be quite mistaken. Per. break.' "

.. Arkansas It could have happened with more logic and justifica that could bring financial and boost to projects having to do will not be lacking but there haps they seem to be taking their "The white child also faces a

tion in South Carolina. Georgia or Alabama, as a culmination emotional upset which can be with home improverrtents and are signs that this quarter wouldbe time about it. Just hold fast to dilemma which is! not easily re. l

previous events. But It was inevitable that at one time or another, too easily brought about. steady productivity at work. The better spent in perfecting your purposes as well as to your soiled," the pamphlet adds. "In
the; philosophy of states should 5-60-66-59) -15-565. yourplans and preparations. Do and continue
rights clash head on with the federal opportunities that are now preseneed aspirations to occuPY school he is imbued with the democratic t
'government over the school decision. prod you into doing some not be lulled into believing rumors yourself with the necessary principles of equalityand

Now this writer is not denying that state in union I or gossip. Any problemsthat preparations o r arrangementsthat
every our GOILMBorn I quick thinking as to how you can should. justice for all. Yet the white
has rights of course they" do. No one would be so foolish or Slay 21st Thru June 21st : turn them into sources of In. come up on this day but I will contribute to final success child sees all around him, if he
not be solved emotionally
Unwise as to deny that. And we also have always thought that each Meanwhile you can strengthenyour come. Risks of an emotional na is living In a segregated society
until the solution
state Is but one part of the whole, or that a group of states is hand by taking advantageof ture should be left only to those allowed to rest 2-20()-88-19-U9-87-227. evidence of contradictorysocial

but a. section of one union. This fact isn't clear to Gov. Faubus the 20th which favors agree- who can better afford to take comes naturally. relationships lIe facesa
...apparently.. Is he trying to prove that the State of Arkansas is ments and understandings related them on. 6-30()-11-28-43-634. PISCES dilemma which can be resolved

more powerful and has more status than the U. S. Government. to matrimony, partnershipsand 9--40-77-39-75-947. Born Feb. 19th Thru March 20thIt only on an irrational plane."
,br that the rights of citizens come first under state rule then public relations. Do not press can safely be assumed that The pamphlet outlines in detail
this is the quarter
%the U. S. as second choice? for final commitments when there you are unusually ambitious and some of the practices which

We have ,only to refresh ,our memory a little to remember are family or other obstacles LEO I when the Pall activities should desirous of obtaining the success can contribute to better human

.that. in the Amendments to our Constitution, Article ::14, Section 1, sttanding in the way while you Born July 23rd Thru August 23rd I get going, it is safer to make for which you have striven long relations in the school and out

it reads: "No state shall make or enforce any law which shall have to watch what you say, Despite all evidences to the :sure of your footings before you and continuously.. It will help if and which will make for a more

abridge: the privileges and immunities of citizens, of the United what you do and what you lis- contrary at the beginning *of' this get moving. Confidential. agreements you have had the foresight to effective adjustment.. to desegre.
States." It is on this section of the Constitution that the SupremeCourt's ten to. quarter you will find things would also benefit you build u p ample material re- gation.

decision on desegregation in education was based, 4-9G-55-89-53-493. opening up on a broad front. You and your pocketbook when thereis sources, with the aid of others, The pamphlet may be securedby

"THESE ARE TIMES THAT TRY MEN'S SOULS"We should find it possible to combine an imaginative and comprehensive as this is where the real power sending 25 ,cents to the Public
business and or to by.
could weep for Gov. Faubus' misguided conduct; his stand pleasure plan go lies. Marriage may be the magic Affairs Committee (a non profit

for segregation instead of integration; his defiance of democracyand TAURUSBorn youf talents and gainful effprts 2-50--33--49-31-251. I formula for some. organization) 22 East 38th Street,

the principles of the founding fathers. Instead, I think we must April 20 Thru May 20th in exceptionally profitable ways. I 7-70-22- 9-21-721, New York City.
The chance to obtain the post Uncontrollable moods and impulses SAGITTARIUS
pity a man so lacking in understanding of the meaning, of democracy
and or economic status that you deem that possess you should be Born Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st
rights. We will hope too, that he, like so many
others, can be educated to see something more than one state's your just due_ could be present- suppressed before they do any Allow yourself to be drawn in- j qr *

boundaries; to realize that all citizens within the borders of .

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Array:"and Tulane University in New Orleans on Nov. 18 be canoes An Old Established Concern ; :_ "4 .... "I
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,Roy Wilkins, NAACP exMB&fe eorefcary, 'A.MerteI1D a tele-' POWDER BOX BEAUTY SHOP
cram to WOber M. Backer J 4 FEATURES
Secretary i the .iiaiji > -
1350 DAVIS ST. PHONE EL 6-9897 d
though there ass no Nagioaa o. the Amy team, the 1 HOME CONSTRUCTION ;
Specializing In KNIGHT
Department of the Army has no right to stultify itself and em. KEN _
barrass the iMARCEXX 'WAVING : ... .
Negro;;.cadets at West Point, their relatives and friends -': PRESENTING- .

.. orjthe Negro officers< and enlisted men b EX aU &e armed services, Ru*. Ad&bM Roofing Sidl.g CEOqUINOLE WAVING SET' ETC.' ..:: S ''i: 0 i 'KNIGHT T R.A IN' -
togetherwith mffliohs of fair-mhnae!Araertesjoi B.thr.Ieu CvMpUte Hem leaaod.Ras
cMftees of feB races 8.9 PJ.!. 12-1 NIGHTLYSWEET'
aDdOOJor. [50 Cents Seduction on all Styles
by bowing .
LoutaIaM'Iq .,.** CHARIOT .
jot' FREE ESTIMATE PHONE No Appointments Necessary -
$The Army department, Mr. %WHkiaa omphfirtrfJ, "c8aot-boW Four Operator To Serve You .' 5:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY

to the- policy of Mate which insists OB ezclnffling Negro athletes Day- EL s... -:. Night PO 44789. ,r .' ..' MMrs.1 UHlan Jones, Mrs. Roth -- .- BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
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and humiliating spectators at athletic i. .. .. 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY' _, .
eventstironglt ,radaSy! Ise.regatedseaung Sotilkem, State Construction. Co. -- -- :-""Jackson, Mrs. Alberta Gray and ., ._ '

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he member Prince will.N of be b. :i rj' ill I \ i f ; ,HC f.

Mr. and '
1626 W. 7th ,

of recently Mr. and to "

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daughter of ; I ;
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currently on Bliss Alvera
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with the'
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lic Church. Bryant,
graduate of are: Mrs.

class of ". Mrs. Barbara IN MUSICAL EVENT Jason who participated in the musical program presented last Sundayby

city A.B. degree the Edwina Moseley Junior Women's Society of Bethel Baptist Church are seen In the phqtos

I above. In the top photo, first row are the artists who appeared on the program. From left, .partly

The .Rev. hidden is E. D. Dorsey, Bliss Norma 1C. Solomon, Bliss Tadrlca Mendez, Bliss Dorothy Bacon. BIrs. Lu-
Daniels PLANS ella McBride, Mrs Georgia Benjamin, Bliss Frankie Adams and John IL Bolden. Others seen are Bin.
cently from DAY
G. Lewis, BIrs. Little BL Dorsey, Mrs Camilla Thompson, Mrs Elsie Wilson, Mrs Eugenia Brown
nia., where
National BIrs. Catherine Simms, BIrs. Inez Jones, Mrs E. Barnes, Mrs Marion Jefferson, Mrs A. Johnson Bin.
will'be ob '
Sadie Tillis, Mrs Lillian Robinson, BIrs. Ora 3Id"er. BIrs. IL Bailey and Mrs BL Sutton In the

Mrs. L. T. Day Spring bottom photo are seen the youngster who compose the Children's Choir of Bethel. /..
J. F. Patter-

the Cuba city,,,,,where .
and friends. : Sammie L. ... ..'. .'....."!.II'.".... "" .,.;':..;
'Y'J! ; Milton Hood, --.z.-' ." p
St. Pius .
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J' Henry .., ...1! :
and Cecil B. ,sus ,
Evangelist of music and '.'.* t ;. .:. .:
will leave : ._
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for Detroit, I.
by the : -
the State '. :
speakers and ( .
also attend look ,
Rochester ed later. : : v ,

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will be the
member of in
Christ. Spring Bap- your :
B. Fisher will E
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celebrate New Hope see ; -r ar :

day,,,;Oct. ,
for the
Miss Ida your hair. ...

teacher of lovely as fashion k n
High School
Day Spring". means it to be I r u a

The ev
Miss Arey Today, gorgeous new hair T1
the faculty color Is fashion..and today ?; : ,
SchooL She you can look .in your mirror .
Memorial }. Il and see the same glowing, lustrous '
Soloists are color chosen by models like r' s .I l
and Miss this famous beauty here!Yes,with % d r ts:.' J
the morning Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring, '.
Althea : you can gin your hair exquisite new .
The concert color long'lasting. natural-looking.
er Junior color...easy as 1-2-3! ..

tion of Miss Remember-Godefroy'a Lariense Hair Color
mon, will ing is the famous,dependable brand' in the red
the morning box known and approved for more than 50
Services years. Get it at your favorite cosmetic counter-
with the today-and see your hair lovely as fashion _
a. m.; with means it to be '
charge.Morning 95 18 exquisite shades

with the Just
1 will sing follt I
at the piano. .o
Evening these ; W

Tuesday' : w 3 t'1 \'yJ kt .
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8 p. m..The .... .
rehearsal: "/.Shampoo hair for 2..App'God.froy. J. Afw color Ita. dahly.Askdriussia
and'choir 2 I .' .. 1.,..... with" handy "Iopecf, bok
: Godfrey's lartevs* oppCcator Included in again and Mt h yaw' ,
Choir'1 sa dk d.d. podkaa*. $/2MFG.
at 8 P. m.:, :

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FLORIDA STAR "'. -- -' '. '._ Saturday; September., .1957. +

Ii': 'Ministers, Deacons Union To Convene Sept. 25th.F'.

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I Day will be observed
: Ministers and Deacons mutual Union. of the
Sept 22 in Friendship Baptist Auxiliary
% y- w.-jr p + t: 0.
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*A r Emanuel Progressive Baptist Assn. of which
Cftnrch.: The men and women of the Rev. B. W.
tile church recently selected Leroy The Royal Tabernacle Baptist Williams is moderator will convene with Community Baptist
Church will observe its annual '4 !rCw! i.+t, Church at Lincoln Villa where
the Rev
Littles as chairman for the Joseph H. Jackson is
Women's Day. Sunday. Sept 22,
: pastor on Sept. 25-29.
met and Caleb cachairjnatr. .
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with the following program sche-
( On Sept 25. the deacons will
1 duled for the day.
!IMrs. Betty J. Williams is chairman conduct devotion. The Introductory
Sunday School will begin at MRS. ANDERSONTO
I for the women and Mrs. sermon will be delivered by
9:30 a-m. with :Mrs. Elma D.
Virginia McKenzie co-chairman. the Rev. J. M. Havelton and the

Mfcfc Cornelia Prime Mrs.. Ernes. Hicks as superintendent. Morning ,h-.f:':{''i ri y FVi'( ",:,.i ;+:; '2'fi alternate will be the Rev. W. L.
devotion at 11
a. mm.; processional SPEAK AT
tine- Home Deacons M. E. Y West Choir and ushers of Ever-
and selection, choir;; scrip. : .
i Patterson and N. Prime will have }Y; *w iyyr:3':;y +\ son Baptist Church will serve.
ture Mrs. Lettie McQueen; selection
dtarge of the youth. The Women's Department will
choir; mission offering SECONDBAPTIST
v 'The women will have charge of have charge Sept. 26, with Mrs.
prayer, Mrs., Marie Griffin.
> the 11 a.m. service and the men Gertrude Beamon, president in
at.T p.m'The services begin with Selection, choir; announcements charge. Devotion, Mrs. Carrie
t' tho Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Ellen Donaldson; welcome ft Mrs Amanda Anderson, well Holloway and Mrs. Donnie Car
I I : | with M. E. Patterson in charge. address. MJss C. Hill; response, {.:rr.yY,,:. 'IL ..; J4,, known lecturer of this city, will ter Mrs. Gertrude Calhoun will
' I Mrs. Elms D. Hicks; solo, Mrs.L. be the speaker for the Women's
pert Kendrick will conduct the 7 have charge of the Bible lesson.
; | devotion at 11 ajn. The Rev. A. Brown; introduction of speaker L' .. I : + ;, '. 5''::: : Day observance at St. Stephen I Deacons Robert McNair and
Mrs. W. L. .Jones. AME Church, Oct 13.
: I Anderson pastor will deliver the Ace Wilier will conduct devotion

sermon. Choir 1 and Usher Board Selection, choir; invitation to The program committee con. Sept. 27; sermon, the Rev. J.
1 will serve. laymen Mrs. W. L. Jones; sists of Mrs. Willie J. Stephensand Boyd; alternate W. M. Wright.

1 t District 2 will conduct its meet. acknowledgement visitors, Mrs. Mrs. Jennie Vee Crockett Choir and ushers of Summerville

fugt at 3 p.m., in the home of L. Jenkins; remarks, Mrs. Sarah Miss Kathleen Crockett will be Baptist Church will serve. Services

Deacon and Mrs. A. Littles., District Fuller. presented in a recital Sunday begin nightly at 7:30.
evening for the benefit of theWomen's
1 will meet at the church at At 3 p.m., processional and Sept. 29, Sunday School at 9:30:

3 pjn. BTU will be held at 5:30 selection, choir; scripture Mrs.L. tiC:.,. Day. This recital is a ajn. Each Church is to furnish a
repeat performance and is
I .pr-, with Nathan Prime in McQueen; prayer. Mrs. A. :M. ..a4. being class and an attendance banner
4<::adc:}:;: ;
.w.iv"t 6..wca aNrlNRalix______ sponsored by Mrs. Jennie Vee
Marge. Alexander; selection, choir; welcome Crockett. will be awarded the largest class
The. pastor and members of address. Miss Jewel Griffin; SPONSOR RAINBOW TEA The ladles who served as captains for the Rainbow Tea held last Sun. aside from the host church.At .

'dobs Chapel AME Church and response,Mrs. Dora Carter; selection day for the Women's Day observance at Grant Memorial AME Church are seen here. From left are: Walter Assisting Gaithers Miss Crockett Miss Frankie will be 11:15: a.m., the deacons of

{' the Rev. E. Coy will conduct the choir; speaker, Mrs. Estelle Mesdames Frances J. Moore, Alvenlce McQueen, Clara Tarver, Elizabeth Debose, Ira Hemby Ruth Samuels New Hope Baptist Church will
.service at 7 pan. for the benefit Tutson. The youth program will Williams, and L D. mason Miss Judith McBride conduct devotion the
and Miss Jean ; sermon,
: .of celebration.GROUNDBREAKING Group 3.' for the Women's Day. begin at 5 pjn. with Mrs. Marie Bland Betty, musician, will be Rev. D. J. Jones; alternate, the

Griffin in charge. Walter Gaithers, Miss Frankie Rev. J. King, with choir and

( The evening message will be SPELLMAN CLUB VICTORIA CHAPTER CHOIRS ON PARADETO Samuels, Miss Judith McBride, ushers of New Hope serving.The .

delivered by the Rev. Mrs. Marie MEETS SUNDAYThe SETS ANNIVERSARY BE PRESENTEDAT and Miss Betty Jean Scott. laymen will have charge at

CEREMONIES SUNDAY Washington at 7 pm SUNDAY AT'4 Neal Bland, musician, will accompany 2 p.m. with Deacon Robert New.
__ p. m. MT. ZION AME
_, Officers are Mrs. Sarah' Fuller Spellman Club of Jackson Miss Crockett in her man in'charge; sermonette, the

The* Rev. L. Holmes pastor of chairman; Mra. Marie Griffin co- ville will hold its regular meeting Victoria Chapter 1, Order of varied ,selections of semiclassicsand Rev. W. M. Turner alternatedby

MMwoy AME, Church, announces chairman. Captains are Mrs. Cleo on Sunday. September 22, at 4 Eastern Stars will observe its anniversary Lone Star, will present "Choirson spirituals. > N. J. Green. Youth Hour at

that ground breaking ,ceremonies Jenkins, Mrs. Ellen Donaldson p. m. fn ,the home of Mrs. IreneB. ,, Sunday Sept. 29 at 4 Parade" Monday at 7:30 p.m. The Rev.. L. Holmes, pastor of 3 pjn., Mrs. C. Williams in

wit be held at Midway' Sunday Mrs. L..Anthony Mrs. Dora Ray Smith, 1840' Francis StreetAll p. m. in the auditorium of the in the church auditorium. Midway AME Church, with his charge.

Sept.'22 at 3 p. m. The'Presiding Mrs. Earlene.. Johnson and Mrs. graduates, and former students Masonic Temple, 410 Broad St Appearing on program will bethe choir and congregation will ren.
EMer of the North Jacksonville Frances Washington.Mrs. are asked to be present. choirs of Jerusalem Baptist, der after service in
Mrs, Mattie L. Williams chair. an singing LES CAMELLIA CLUB
restrict, the Rev. R. A. King win Mt. Zion Methodist. Shiloh Holi-
Lettie McQueen will serveas man of the, program committee, behalf of Mrs. E. R. Freeman.The .
b&-the, speaker. Other local ministers pastor for the day. JERUSALEM, BAPTIST along with her committeemen ness. Mt. Moriah Methodist, annual tea, headed by Mrs TO MEET SATURDAY

will pear on program. ANNOUNCES EVENTS Mrs. Audrey Davis; Mrs. Dorothy Grant Memorial AME, Mt Pleasant Maggie Simms, will be held September .
The public is invited. Baptist, and Midway Baptist The Les Camera Social Saying
ST. PAUL AME BOARDTO Goggins and Mrs Esther-line Sally 22. The program. will be
Jerusalem churches. Club will meet Saturday at
t OBSERVE ITSANNIVERSARY Missionary Baptist promise a unique program. announced.
CENTRAL CME- PLANS Church ,South, Jacksonville Rev. The entire Masonic family is Today, at 7:30 p.m. the Rev. 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Rosa

I'' FRIENDS' TEA Sol Cooper' pastor, gives weekly invited to come and witness this Sol Cooper and congregation of i GLADIOLA Lee Lewis Williams 2554 Wisteria -
activities 'as' follows: program. Mrs. Ola King Worthy Mt. Zion Baptist Church will wor. LADIESTO
l Aid Board of
SUNDAY SEPT. 29 The Pulpit Street in Magnolia Gardens
i Paul AME Church will observeits Holy communion will be adminIstered Matron; Sam Davis Worthy ship at Mt Zion, Lone Star. Mrs OBSERVE 'THEIR

The ladies of Central CME 37th anniversary Sunday at Sunday with the pastor Joshua; Mrs, Mattie L. Williams, Inez Bivins and the Bivins Special i 27th ANNIVERSARYThe for the purpose of completing

Ctorch will sponsor a Friends! 3:30 p., m. presiding. The pastor will preach chairman; of ,program committee.A Gospel Singers, will be present plans for the Brewster Benefit
Ttet Sept 29 in the home of Mrs at the evening worship and an Friday at 8 pan I Gladiola Ladies Club will Ball

Kyrtta J. Bradley 1109 Davis fit.in The speaker for the A. Roberts.pastor occasion, old fashioned covenant meeting MUSICAL PROGRAMTO On Sept. 26, the Rev. G. Boyd, observe its 27th anniversary Sunday The ball will be semiformaland
will be .the Rev.J
the interest of the women's of St. Paul... will be held during the morning BE PRESENTEDAT pastor of Midway Tabernacle Sept. 22, from 4 to 6 p. m. the admission will be one
day observance scheduled Oct. 13. .serv T. Baptist Church will worship here. In the Recreation Center, Third sheet and one pillow case or
Mrs. Corene Harris and Mrs. Many well known- 'characters : Monday night, choir 1 will ren ,MT. ARARATA These services are being givenin and Mt Herman Streets. $1.75. The time and place will be

.Mary Davis will sell :fish dinners will appear on ,the ,program. The der' service at Mt. Zion AME interest of the Women's Day Mrs. W. M.. McKelton will be announced later. /

Saturday afternoon at the church, members of SL Paul along with Church at Lone Star of which program entitled "Stars Over Drive to terminate Sept. 29. speaker for this occasion. The
Jn. the their friends are extended invitation the Mt. Ararat" will be presented in. club the
interest of the women'sday Rev. ,Daniel Singleton is pas the auditorium The Rev. Mrs. Ruth Lee Brown having largest attend. ST. JOHNS USHERSTO
of Mt Ararat
program. to be present. ance will receive a prize.
Baptist Church} on Monday night will serve as acting pastor for i Mrs. Cora H. Lewis president OBSERVE 24thANNIVERSARY

September 23rd, for the benefit, the day. Speakers are Mrs Elizabeth i extends an invitation to friendsto
totOBSERVANCE Nesbit, who will be heardat
of the building program. come and join in this affair
11 and Mrs. Louise Perkins .
ajn. .
The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER Appearing on the program will Usher Board 2 of St. John Baptist .
to deliver the message at 3
I the Golden Jubilee singers. Church will observe its 24th
Crusaders, the Singing Angels FOR DRIVER'S anniversary Monday night in the
MYRTLE AVE. AND SHAD ROE SET BYWOMEN Master Keys, Heavenly Echoes,I p.m.ANNUAL LICENSESOr auditorium of the church. -

"What Foods These Morsels 'Be"Weeps Gospel ,Echoes, Heavenly Fire I TEA : Learning To Drive The annual sermon will be de.

Best Buy Singers, Gateway Singers, Sing. livered by the Rev. Hill Norris
o Large Fat MULLET ______.-.__--- ___' __---29c ,Ib. Women's Day will be observedat big Trumpets, the Cavaliers, and DRIVING SCHOOLE14.0639.1134'W Jr., of St. Matthew Baptist
____29c lb., Royal. Tabernacle Baptist many others including St,, Johns ) 6th St.
RED BASS, Large 5-8-Lb. Avg. ______ SET SUNDAY AT Church. A short program will be
Fresh Fully Dressed CATFISH ________..4gc Ib. Church Sunday with the follow. Baptist Church Choir No. 3 and Geo. L. Perpena, Dir. presented featuring local artists

Gen. Fla. LOBSTER ________________SSc Ib.SPECIAL ing program', rendered. throughout the combined choirs of Mt.Ararat .. of the city.
the day. Baptist Church., Mr. C., Parham
NOTICE Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Johnson will serve as Master of

a To be imported from the,Great Lakes Mrs.,: Elms p, ,Hckl. 'superinten Ceremonies. ,Melvin Grace. "The AiTH'RlTlS

I ., expected arrival Monday For the dent. At.11 a.m', ;devotion; pro- Deacon" will also.appear. ,

l\\ coming week Jewish,HoHday., sessionaland"ielection,- choir; "Stars Over, Mt. Ararat" Is be- Annual Tea sponsored by
mesh CARP WHTEEFISH: & YELLOW PIKE scripture ,,. LetUe McQueen; ing sponsored by Mrs. Florine the women of 6L Stephen ,ME. ,. ,' 0''

selection,'choir;;mission offering, Grover Pines and Mrs.. VerneHBythwoocT Church will be held' Sunday from .RHEUMATISM NEURITIS SCIATICANew
4 to 6 p.m in the. basement of ,
prayer Marie
:, Mrs Giffin. who are members of
From oiir own recommUsioaecl CRAB PLANT the church. '
Selection; ;choir( ;announcements, Choir No. .2 and the Female PROSTATE'; GLAND: Treatment
CLAW MEAT . __. .Sl.OO lb. ,M.:. f e\--..'Donaldson. ;, welcome. Chorus,,also the Mt: :Ararat Quintet Mrs. Pauline Shaw will serve as FOR' .PROSTATE SUFFERERS
\ Deluxe White _. : .$1.10 lb. 'i't..l1': 1
. add. of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. mistress of ceremonies and the
rM Css. .C, .Kill; response
Salt Mackerel Fillets ________________ T 49c ,IJJ ,Mir;:;, ,D.yHcks: ,; solo, Mrs. program 1s as follows: Opening HEMORRHOIDS' (Piles)
Boneless 'Select OYSTERS ____ P $1.15 Ia"8rowa11iintroduction of speakni ABYSSINIA CHORUSTO Song Vesper Choir; Scripture Safe Approved NON-SURGICAL Treatments

Jumbo SHRIMP ..;___________________.89c Lb. 0 erns.:., [ M. 'speaker Mrs. Prayer Mrs. Rosa ,BeU Jackson; STOMACH

Med. SHRIMP ______________________59c Lb. : :W i 4I,* 'Jones. : .. OBSERVE 6th Presentation of, Mistress. of Ceremonies ,Y AND COLON DISORDERS
FREE PARSING SPACE SIDE AND BEAR _:..: ,' !Selection.;. ,cho Invitation to ANNIVERSARYThe Mrs. Lillie M. Smith; YIELDING TO NEW TREATMENTIf

laymen "Mrs. -W;; L. Jones; ac- Mistress of Ceremonies, Mrs. Pauline you suffer the aches, pains and ,discomforts of any of the

: ? 4Fled8'ntrht Jg.t .visitors. Mia.sj Male Chorus of Abyssinia Shaw; Welcome, Address" following conditions CONSULT! THE CLINIC TODAY!

ASTHMA f ? b11er.L.T. ;, remarks.. Mrs. Sarah Baptist sixth anniversary Church will Oct.observe. -7 at its 8 :Mrs.Mrs. Catherine Emma Hizon Bennett; Response; Selection 4athritts, Neuritis, Sciatica, Articular, Rheumatism, Lumbago.

1Atp.mrocessionat p. m., in the church auditorium. Vesper Choir; Solo. Miss ;out., Stomach disorders S5temIo.Addlt. ), Prostate "Disease
and selection : the win Alberta Middleton; Reading; Solo Elementary State) Endocrine IrefraI-"Hpffq Ductless Gland DUorders -
Appearing on
; 'choir;.feeripture, Mrs L. Dixie Gibbs Malfunction of .
SHORTNESS be-some of the leading talent In Harold Nairn; Solo.' ; Thyroid Gland Diabetes (Functional
If McQueen; praj r.cIMrs. -A. M. the city. Melvin Grace win serveas Offering; Duet Miss Inez Johnsonand Causes) Bladder Disorders (Elementary' State), Sidney Diseases,,

Alexander; selection, choir; welcome master,of ceremonies. Serving Mrs. Ertha McGowan; Solo, Nervous Disorders, Enervation, Ifigh Blood Pressure Gall Bled

BREATH f ? r address. Miss Jewel Grif- choirs are: Mt., Ararat Male Chorus Miss Kathleen Crockett; Obser. der Disorders Rectal Disorders, Colon Disorders Prolapas of Oo.

1Ifj- J fin ponserjMrs., Dora Carter; under direction of Arthur vations. Mrs. Maggie Sims! ton. Systemic Toxemia, General Debility Migraine Headaches _
selection; choir;ispealcerMrs.. Estelle Rosa Cur. Constipation Colitis liver
: Goodwin Tabernacle Male Chorus Chairman of Tea; Mrs. Trouble Jaundice, Sinus Trouble

MO.,MATT TER WHAT YOU grain!!,Tutsoai,/Vitli! Mrs)1 s pint Marie".'youth* Griffin pro. Little Rock Chorus; guest tip annual t is general Women's chairman Day and of ,the the Insomnia Obesity, Malnutrition, Anemia, Vitamin Defielen cce...

HAW TRIED- choruses. Zion Hope, St. Thomas
ti (: Mt. Sinai guest societies Independent Rev. J. W. Armstrong pas

,ATOM.. 7: :pjn... the evening message i Benevolent Society and THIER TREATMENT SERVICES FOR

,;;-, 410-, :; will be delivered, by ,the Rev. I Jewel Social Club. torGOLDEN COLORED PATIENTS. HOURS BY APPOINTMENT -

...,-n., NO4VUZ : ...... Mrs! M_ Washington.' i Guest ushers Boards 1, 2, Abyssinia LINKS .ONLY. Tel EL 64924.
: -- .;. Officers 'are Mrs. Sarah Fuller Boards' 2 4 ML Ararat.
ro t 'ft Mt'T RIUEF, chairman; Mrs. Marie Griffin.cochairman. Others appearing" win' 'be Mrs. THE FINLEY CLINIC 589 GILMORE ST.

TNT SYMPTOMS OFSKP ---- Captains are Mrs. r Mildred,McHnlght, Male Choruses Golden .LInks Club will Formerly located on Riverside Avenue Now located In our new

;. "IJJ1JCtJlf'A" Cleo Jenkins. Mrs. Ellen ponald- I of Emanuel! Dayspring, Choir 3, meet with Mrs. V. A. Choice at boOdlng. .

r ,. NCI: ;'S. c er scny Mrss_L. Anthony, Mra. Dora St. John, -Miss -Johaetta 'Bush.I her home 3820 Davis Street. Sunday "SncceRsflly treating chronic diseases for over 20 years". CONSULT
k Ray, 'Mrs Darlene Johnson and I Miss Gloria, Jean Brown"the Rev. night.Mrs,Blanche,Schenks, DR. FINLETTODAY .
,AT-ML Mrs Frances Washington. I Orion Johnson St. Paul AME. president, announces that this is

j 'xr w**N ;IUG Pastor for the day is :Mrs* West Union.Bethany groups and an important meeting and members ABOUT YOUR HEALTH PROBLEM
4ruc/4/ STewl. Lettie.McQueen; others. are asked to attend.


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Phone East 5-3025
.. .p. !..: f' '. j,. A report by L. L Alexander on the status of the Brewster.
tYrl Duval School of Nursing was one of the highlights of the meetingof
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; .,v ". A Thought For The Week f t.' the Board of Directors of Brewster Hospital. The meeting was

., 1tr:"Modesty: is the color of virtue." Diogenes ., M1Lw presided over by Wayman Parker vice-chairman of the board.
...,..., ..... J. H. Whittington administrator .-
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Miss Bernice Walker of East Sirs. Ella Morris of X. 15th at the hospital, presented
m Palatka. left last Wednesday for Street returned reeenUfrom Mrs. Meta Feerst of the nursing MISS. A. PARKERTO

Tallahassee, where she wil| be.. Detroit. Michigan where- she .x' school, who then, presented mem.
bra of the faculty and the nursing .
gin, her sophomore year at FAMU spent avery pleasant vacation !
.' visiting her brother. students. SING IN OCT.

Faculty members presentedwere .
The Young Hen's .5
Mrs. Gladys Bryant, Mrs.
and the auxiliary: to the Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hender.
Gladys Gibson and :Mrs. Ruth AT TABERNACLEMiss
club entertained Mr. and 3Irs. son returned to their home in Stephens.
Alexander O. Clark, In the TMPC Knoxville, Wednesday after a 2 BAND SUPPORTERS When the Band Parents Club of Isaiah Blocker School held its initial session Others .
reporting were A. B.
club ,room last Thursday. The weeks vacation in Palatka as the last Monday night a large group of Interested citizens were on hand for the planning session Members
Master Jr., who the audl-
darks are former residents of :hose guests of Mrs. Henderson's of the club seen in the photo above are: front row, Miss D. Kelly, Blrs. 51.. Long, Mrs. A. Carr, tor's report Rodell gave Althea Parker will be pre.

this city but now live in Evanston mother on Reed Street. Miss P. Bradford, Bliss Gertrude L. Styles, Airs. B. Glllis, Airs. Rebecca Green, Mrs. E. Wilson, Airs. chairman of Roberts' and sented In an Autumn Musical in
public relations
HL Those present were as fol. A. Washington. Second row: Mrs. Willie Mae Vaughn, Mrs. Ruth Kindle, Airs. M. L. Harper, Airs. the Tabernacle Baptist Church
A. Cellar architect who
lows: Dr. and Mrs. William H. R. C. Solomon, Mrs. E. GiUyard, Mrs F, M, Sneed, W, T, Harper, principal; Airs. J. AL Clark, Airs. Sunday, October 20 atfip.. m.'

Hlggins, Prof. and Mrs. Fred B. MAYOR BURNS T, L,-,Barnwell, Mrs T. McTaw, Airs, A, E, Edwards, Airs. L, Lewis, Miss N. R. Solomon. Third presented Chronic Disease a drawing unit and of the the blue new Miss Parker will feature some

Brooks Blrs. Helen D. Long, Mr. row: Samuel Epps, A. Isaacs, T. L. Jones, and L. Barnwell. prints. of the latest Spirituals and gospel

- and Sirs. II IL Wright, Mr. and selections. She will be accompanied .

Mrs. H IL Wright, Mr. James PLAYGROUNDS OPEN Administrator Whittington re- by Mrs Maggie Cum.
ported' that 25 electric fans had
Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Doc. Tay. ,FALL ACTIVITIESThe GRITtIER SENDS ADVICE ';.. been installed, two air conditioners mings at the piano and Mrs.
lor, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert. C. Eartha J. Harper at the console.
an ice maker the new pharmacy .
Belton, )Ir. and' Sirs. Roger Me- ARARAT SUN.The Serving as narrator will be C.
Recreation Directors will paint shop and the pro.
Cloud Parham Johnson.
Mr. begin .the fall activities ,on all posed telephone setup.He .
and Sirs. Arnett L. Hostesses for the occasion are
also announced seven vol.
playgrounds with
Osgood, Jr., Mrs. Beaulah, Hay. beginning today Mrs Hattie M. Devoux, Mrs. Mil.
Brotherhood of Citizens two sessions: 3-5:30 and 7-9 m. unteers and four employes will
nes, Mr. Hney and Mrs. Al. p. dred Davis Mrs. Eula
berta Page Club will present ,Mayor.Com- !every day except Saturday and Willie' Galimor, former All-American- Florida A. and IL- University attend the Hospital Conference' in Mayes,

Ball missioner Haydon Burns, Sundayat Sunday, arranged by the Jackson. ,. and now: a highly publicized rookie halfback with the Atlantic City, the Hospital Disas- Mrs Helen McRoy Mrs Lydia

s 3 p. m. in the auditorium of ville Recreation Department.The Chicago' Bears professional team, received these words of advice ter planning conference to beheld Collins Mrs. Arrie Lee' tl ton,

,Mrs.: Lou Helen Brown,and her the Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. assignments for these directors from his former coach A S.- "Jake" Gaither. in this city Oct. 30 Nov. 1, : Mrs.: Jean Costello and.'Miss',>J s, Marion

son Jamie returened last week Many talented personalities will are: Willie Hoffman at !"Dear Gallier we hear good reports the Accounting Institute to be Hickson. ,

from South Carolina where they also appear on the program. It is Lavilla; Julius Guinyard at Jefferson about you :We are very wife there? May be good for her held in Miami the annual meet. The proceeds from the!program
spent proud> are'doing well to be Now, kid, you will begetting will go toward the buildtp / .
a very pleasant vacation assured that the program will be Street; Carlton Bryant at you : ing of the Florida Hospital Assn, '! .,program

Visiting relatives. worthwhile attending. Mrs. Jua SimondsJohnson; Mrs.,Juanita C. What you have done up to this a lot of praise and honor. in Clearwater Nov., 21.22'rthe' of.... the.. church.TUSKEEGEE .
They want to wine and dine ; '
nita Brown, the sponsor of the Basa_ at Jefferson Street; Mrs- poin t Issimply to convince the Methodist Ina'titute'scheduled,Qc, '_ .a -. T .
The : A h '
will be .
women '
program, has announced that it Clare M. Davis at Oakland and coaches and fans that you have you. probably 14-18 In Augusta; Ga,' the ,has- GRAD
The'many friends of Mrs. G. is being given in the interest of First and MUnor Street; Mrs. Es athe ability, the desire, and the after you. A lot of Chicago slick P ital's'i p artici tion In-the, Corn.
.. Smart will regret to learn of ers will try trick of the '
her the building fund of the church. sie D. McCray at Wilder; and the courage to play pro balL every munity Chest'parade"and drive. WINS 'PARA-WI GS'
death which occured last Deacon George Henry, president Miss Emma,J. Hightower at For. Now Gallic, you have just start. game on you. Be careful of any firs'Elsie ,Francie appeared:before .
Sunday at her
on Bronson remark might make to
of the club and the Rev. D. est Street. ed. You have so much to learn. you any. the*body In interest of, the Fort Ga. SecondLt.
Benning. -
Street. She was a member of one but your coaches Do
the Mt. Dallas J. Graham, pastor of 'Mt. These directors are assigned to You have agood start but youhaven't Credit Union. Marvin Lofton of Winter
Calvary Baptist Church. your best at all times to build re-
Ararat are extending a city-wide render service to the school of ,arrived. You won't arrive Florida
Dr. William II. Higgins re. spect for yourself and your abili Park recently was grad.
invitation all citizens until about 30 All
their follows La.
turned Thursday from Orange.. community as : ty. The rest will take care of itself uated from the officer's air borne

burg, S. C. where he attendedthe Mayor Bums has traveled ex. villa for A. L. Lewis School; Jef. that time you will, get bette and ...Be loyal to your school. COLD SUFFERERS course at the; Infantry School
within the ferson Street for Isiah better, smarter and smarter, and
South Carolina annual con. tensively last few Blocker. Mention it-aU times when you Fort Benning, Georgia.
ference of the Methodist Church months and he will have quite an and Darnell Cookman Schools; must train harder and harder. I are interviewed." Get STAN BACK. tablets or powder, Lieutenant Lofton received: the .

4 Dr. Higgins represented the general Interesting as well as educational Oakland of Oakland School; Wilder .! want you to, saturate yourself Th.for r.l.'tf STANBACK of COLD prescription DISCOMFORTS.type coveted parachutist wings after

board of. social and economic message to deliver He is quite a far John E.'Ford School; For.i with footbalL know the game inside formula is a combination of pain relieving having completed the four week

+ relation. He is a member of fluent speaker and the citizensare est Street for Forest Park; and and- out. Take your time listen A FLORIDA STAR ingredients that work togetherfor course, which included five training
urged to hear him: SimondsJohnson for Pearce St. to your coaches. FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE
the Emanuel Baptist Church. IN EVERY NEURALGIA anjl ACHING MUSCLESdue jumps. He is a.1956 graduate
The supervisor Emmett N. "Now, I want you to save your to ooMs. STANBACK also' RE. of Tuskegee Institute and received
i Reed Sr.. will make-contact with money. Just draw what you need DUCES FEVER. MAP BACK ,with I his commission through the
Mrs. P. R. Townsend returnedto these ,directors, and the other for ,expenses and.let owner Tuskegee ROTC unit. ',': '\ '
her home In Miami after a BREAKS BARRIERON schools as follows:. Lavilla with George Halas keep the rest until

very pleasant vacation as the: INTEGRATION Forest Street and Smart: Pope the end of the season. Is your -'--
house guest of her daughter and --..".- --

son-ln.law Mr. and Mrs. John COLUMBIA S. C. Andre with Livingston John Schools E. Ford; Jefferson and College St. DON'T BUY 11-! : I

Boyd. Toth, Hungarian refugee studentis Park; Simouds-Johnson with Mon. ADULT ., SCHOOLREGISTRATION ." f ,

attending classes at Allen Un!. crief ,a n d Susie E. Tolbert
Rev. Handy G. Williams of versity, Negro Methodist coeducational schools; Oakland with Richard L. .. '- "

East Palatka, has been confined college, where he has an Brown and Long Branch schools. ;. PREPARE FOR ...
t 'to his bed for the past two weeks. art scholarship. His presence via The supervisor will also contactall -:- -:-
He is pastor of a Methodist lates the state's "public policy the Junior and Senior High t ..

Church in Gainsville and principal but not law. But state education Schools to render service and se- William D. Sweet, coordinatorof '. UNTIL

of the East ,PalatKa Elementary officials have just removed cure participation in the activities the Evening Division of the TODAY

School. teacher certification recognition conducted by the department. : YOU HAVE SEEN
Duval County Vocational High .

School announced that registration .
; would continue at the va "#'.>, i O. J. CREWS .
; "'-
rious centers next
H. ea/tdelJta: : week. FOR ALL YOUR ':

The' adult evening schools are !J1itIJJMjr-: HEATING NEEDSAUTHORIZED ;
1682 KINGS ROAD w operated by the Duval County .

; LOCATED ON EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE CAMPUS Board of Public Instruction for ii, SdndalWbod br Mahogany
J the purpose of making availableto i

adults part-time ,training for SALES & SERVICE 1

T! tz .. the continuation ,of their educa FOR if1
tion.A wide selection of acade

mic and trade _courses are_offeredTwo .
-:- @ r
programs of study are ,ot .'
a 4 f h __ fered. Under: Plan..one. any adult -:- COLEMAN

twenty years of age or olderniay &A4 -:- QUAKER
enrool In a review course
for 12 weeks and take'survey -

courses ''in the basic subjects.. *;z ,- -:- KRESKY ,

Upon the' earning of credit in
? : -:-. KLEER-KJLEEN .
American History and Govern- y

-1 menLand, the pa.ssing.ofthe4 five and
Specilist Wall
n t >F.b Zr c x1 state
comprehensive exams, he is fi 1.1
eligible to receive the high school f. Floor Furnaces
diploma. .., .
FHA Financed
) Under plan two, persons 16

years of "age' or older and no !r, h --..,-.. 36 Months To' Pay .
longer enrolled hi the day school :

may earn 16 units of-high school : .: NOTHING DOWN

Interior View. 0 f Scott Cafeteria credit. 9 required..and elective, ; .,41 ;
and receive his high school diploma. -- --- Payments As 'Low-'As.-
b .
:* __ :...; :
: r 4tTq i. $ .91 per month
Registration is being conductedat ,
the following, centers .a '_ i: l'-. "",. _.
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Duval County Vocational High S:;: :"" :

; School 521 W., ",".= _. ;.., r
Ashley Street _... io'w; E GIVE"BIG I 'i
every,night; New: ,Stanton High f t
t ; 1119 :!' _- ....( _.,.: ,; .
School. W. 13th Street
? Monday, and -0 ,r":, n .-. ., t
I A Wednesday nights; ft I it
i James Weldon Johnson Junior ,

High School 1840 W. 9th Street, (- f.
Tuesday and Thursday; nights; r T _. .J TRADE-INS

; Douglas Anderson High School, -
E" HEATER 53,000 BTU 4 L
2845 Upland StreetTuesday and ,
: I "; i *" Thursday nights; :Matthew W. $13.78 Down $8.50 Per Month "/, -:- -:- -:- -:. t'

Gilbert High School Ii72 Franklin 'rl,' ; .

Street Monday and, Wednes needs. We Service Our Sales!
u Call us for a free estimate on your ._ ,

_: day.{E.nights Church; Robert Atlantic Mt. Beach PisgahAJ ; We also install our heaters with New Stove Pipe and Draft Regulators

-_.-'---- -- __ ___ Baldwin. Elementary School. Bald I. Fee where we are replacing, your Old Heater.. ftI. ft- .

:We Serve Breakfast Complete Lunch and Specialize in Weddingsand win, Fla... Tuesday and Thursday .J: .

nights; Wesconnett School.'Wes- CREWS HARDWARE f
Birthday Cakes. connett, Fla., Monday and 'Wed. ,? "
'sa" -. nesday nights; and .: "WE SERVE THE FINEST FOOD IN TOWN"PHONE : :-" Mon- ,_ '

.1 '.' -. ._, crief Road SchooJ.(5th'.an4., Monday and. Wed. 2020 N.. Edgewood- Aye. w .. .Phoi eEL..3:6832
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Faga Six : : ,, THE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, September 21, 1957

1 ? ;R? :' News Of Interest From All" Sections'" Of Beautiful Florida- I


Y AT FIRST BAPTIST SUNDAY 'OCT 27 Deliveries :: Usher Boar:l 'MISS LOYALTY' ,

The BYPU of- First Baptist .
The women of St. Paul AME
.Church: will celebrate its 41st anniversary ,
Church held a special "Kick-Off"
Sept. 23 in the church Mr. and Mrs. Rufus L. Butler, 1957 CONTESTThe
auditorium beginning a 8 o'clock. meeting in an effort to launch
5333 Bunche Dr. Sept. 4. GirL

The services Sunday will begin their mammoth women's day ,Ormond ,ands ,Luevater Riley, Amiversary:4

:with the Sunday School at 9:20 celebration which will be held 806 Minnie S C Apt. A. Aug. 30, annual "Miss Loyalty Con.
;*. m. with Superintendent G. W. Oct. 21.The Boy. test" at New Stanton Senior

I Scott in charge. Israel L. and Thelma Copeland High School will terminate; Oct.
:., The deacons will conduct the general: chairman, Mrs._ L. ,.: 3658. Treeman Rd. Sept. 1.Girl" 4;: : :; 7. Approximately 46 homeroomshave
Alyce M. Ingram and the co- -
'devotion at 10:50 a. zn. The Rev. = elected their respective

t, W. M. Grimes, assistant pastor, chairman. Mrs. Thelmai B. Snell, :James and Margestine Burke .... ;;; ':'\ : ,:,, candidates and completed plansfor

r will preach the sermons for the have planned for the kick-off to Sr.. 748 Court B. July 27. Boy.Bozie ," participating In the school
major services. Choirs 3 and! be full of enthusiasm and inspira and Dollie Hartfield, 1157 wide activity.

Usher Board 1 will serve throughout tion. The Various .caPtatns 'and all E.*.'!1st St. July 28. Boy.Larnie Any girl of good moral charac-

t J the' day. women of the church .are requested and Mildred Williams, .cr with an average scholastic

All members of Choir 3 have to attend. .3624 Charles St. July 29. Boy. t*. l' 1 bawling, who has been nominated

I been asked, to meet Sunday at Plans will be. outlined ,for the Willie and Ruth Smith, 1503 E26th ru Mt by one of the homeroom

] 3 p. m.. at Little Rock Baptist day and other important matterswill St. Aug. 2. GirL groups at New Stanton, may

'Ii 1 Church to participate on the pro be discussed and, taken into Aaron and Ozzie Mobley, 2015 compete: for "Miss: Loyalty."

gram. 'I consideration by the officials., :Tuskegee Rd. Aug. 3. GirL Members of the junior and

t 1 The )Junior usher board will John and Lucille Jones, Sr., 'rrrhman group will be all out to

meet at 4 p. m. in the libraryof held at 5:45: p. m. Choirs 1 and 2024 Calhoun Rd. Aug. 5. Girl. -,Tin the "Miss Loyalty" crown this

the. church. The BYPU will be 2 will have charge ot""the'pro Lloyd and Gwendolyn Griffin, :hear because "Miss Loyalty" 'of

:! gram. The evening'service will I I Sri 1717 W. 43rd St. Aug. 7. Boy. 19,651vas: Miss Betty Ellison, a

begin at 7 o'clock. 22 Thomas and Jettie Hogans, 212 ; ____ _. ,14., ._ _,..___.,,__ .._- -, ._.. ... senior, who was a member of
STOFOTHACHE District 22 will meet Sept. Mrs. Meltonia G. homeroom
Springs Lilly's
Green Cove Aug.
in the home of Mrs. Emma Davis, Palm, OBSERVE ANNIVERSARY Members of 'Usher Board and Choir of First Corinth Baptist Churchare class.
16. Girl.
505 W. Beaver St. District 18 will Nathaniel and Frances McCoy, seen here as the Usher Board celebrated Its 26th anniversary. Prizes will be awarded to the

observe its 8th anniversary Sept Jr., 5605 Ave. B. Aug. 17, Boy. I contestants reporting the first

: 26 in the auditorium of the James and Fanne Johnson 1025 AFTERNOON MUSICAL I three highest amounts of contributions .

SECONDS church. Walnut St. Aug. 19. Girl. WEEKEND, SESSIONS. to the school at the com
J&T 4 VQUCH OF Choir ,2 will, sponsor? a chicken Albert and'Rether Florence, 137 SLATED AT BETHUNE WOBS SET FOR SUNDAY AT pletion of the three-week long
20 in the home of .
Sept. .
supper Chelsea St. Aug. 23. Girl. FIRST BAPTISTThe activity.
Mrs. Sulia Mae Davis 1247 Grand Alfred and Virginia Mullen PROGRAM SCHEDULE The various groups will sponsor

St. 'I I 1918 Louisiana St. Aug. 29. Boy. Weekend sessions at.Beth ne- 12th presentation of the many after-school activities and

Clarence md Helen Brown, Sr., Cookman ,College will commence MOSDA Y-Jo'RlDA\tcUEDULE\ 'Afternoon of Music" an original affairs in order to raise funds in

2457; Petunia St. July 29. Boy. Saturday, Sept.. 21, according to COO6:02 Sun On production of C. Williams, will behalf of their respective candi
I &:02:05: News .& Weather
J Willie and Celestine Faust Sr., an announcement by Dr. John 6:057:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon be held at the First Baptist dates. None of the fund-raising

1347 Mt. Herman. Aug. 13. GirL Grace) Church on Jessie Street activities will be held during
Sylvester Smith, DeanRegistrarof 1:007:03 News .& Weather Sunday,
-1i. Milton C. and Gladys Benton, 7:.3- 8:00 Morning; Capers (Bob at 3 p. m. school time, nor will they be
the college. These weekend
'1297 Wildwood' St. Aug. 14. Boy. 8:GO- 8:03 News Hudson A) Weather This all musical program is expected given in any form or fashion that

Marion and Mary Willis, 2439 sessions are .held on the campus ':G3- 9:00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob to attract a capacity would interfere with the regular

W, Edgewood Ave. Aug. 26. Boy. each Saturday morning duringthe 9:009:03 News & Weather crowd and friends are advised to school program in any way.

James and Martha Burch, 1715 school year and are presented 9013-10:00 Jumpln'Shaw) Show (Johnny come early in order to get a good Proceeds from the contest will

Our very liberalearnings Each account !. University Ave. Aug. 27. GirL 10:00-10:03 News .& Weather seat. be used to purchase materials, in-
comeURRENT RATE as follows: 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
are 'insured up 'to Samuel and Vernell Allen, 2019 Grace) structional aids, and other equipment .
,. : Appearing on the will
pounded S i ( teachers who'do not program
a m 1$1 (1) For 11:00-11:03 News & Weather
0 00" h
Annually on uy' Willow St. Sept. 1. Boy. hold Teachers wish- '11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon be Choir 3 of Second Baptist that cannot be obtained
degree; (2)
In this Association 2 -,0 Fe"' rol Savings William and Donnie Bodie, 1201 Grace) from other sources at the pros
Church, Choir 2 of New Bethel ,
which It I 3 and Loan $Insurance ing to qualify in, specializedareas 12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne
Steel Court. Aug. 19. Boy. DanleU) ent time.
Church, the Female Chorus !
chartered and *iipervittd Corporation. ; ((3)) Teachers who seek to 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
by the authorized by an James and Phantella Reeves, meet state certification require 12:151:00 Noontime Tunetlme of Zion Hope, Choir 2 of Grant The "Mlss Loyalty" contest Is
u. S. Government: OF DIVIDEND Sr.. 1551 Milnor Ave. Aug. 19. (Yvonne Daniels) Memorial being coordinated by a special
I AME, the female trio of
act of Congress. ments; (4)) Teachers who wish 1:001:03 News & Weather I
Boy.Homer to extend their certificate; (5) 1:032:00 Gospel Grace)Train No. 2 (Deacot i Ebenezer, Westminister Choir of :I committee, Miss L. E. Solomon,

and Gussie Gleen, 1517 Teachers who wish to improve %;:00- %:03 News .& Weather 'Laura Street Presbyterian Church I chairman: Other members are:
Brady St Aug. 19. Girl 2:033:00 Gospel Train No. l (Deacon and many others. Mrn. A. S. Currie, Mrs J. ,D.
their professional technique; ((6)) Grace) I
Willie and Annie Thomas, 807 3:003:03 News .& Weather I Wyatt, Mrs. R. D. Solomon, Mrs.
Teachers who desire additional
3:034:00 ampin' Show (Johnny
Court B. Aug. 18. ,Boy. Shaw) 1:302:00 Mt Ararat Baptist! Chants M. L, Pauline, Mrs./E. B. Loving
subjects on their certificates (7)
; Rev. Dams: Graham
Erta and Elizabeth Livingston, 1:00- 4:03 News A Weather good Mrs. G. C. Bowens, HoUell
; Principals ,and. Supervisors who 4:035:00 Jumpln Show (Johnny 2.003.00 Jafco:: Gospel Review
902 Baker Ave. Sept. 5. Girl. Shaw) (Live Gospel SLugtno F. Roberts, and representatives of
wish to pursue work in
special- 5:005:03 News & Weather ,
'}. Joe and Annie Richardson, 78 3:004:00 God'l Holy Shtlne Ulutb. the Student Council.
5:035:45 Jumpln' Show (JohnnyShaw
ized fields for professional improvement KOMI Woods)
{ Park St Aug. 20 Boy. ) 1:095:00 This committee will be
; (8)) Individuals need SATUKDAY SCHEDULE Church of God In Ctirui respon-
Welton and Modestine Brown, 6:006:02 Sign OB Elder Charles Urck sible for all matters pertaining to
ing courses pre-requisite to their 6:026:05 News & Weather
5005.03 News' A Weather
1500 Mitchell St. Aug. 22. Boy. 6:057:00 Heaven's Road entire contest including the dis-
graduate study; ((9)' Students who 5:035:45 Heaven' Read Ivvoni.-
7:007:03 News & Weather
and Leola Wilson, 1871 tribution of the next proceeds.
i ii You Don't Have to Go to Town to GetPRICES Jay must meet their residence requirements I 7:038.00 Morning Capers (Bob Daniel)
21. GirL Hudson)
St. Aug.
i. Hartridge and ((10)) Individuals witha I 8:00-8:03 News & Weather

desire for cultural 8:039:00 Morning Capers (Bob
improvement. BIG NEWS !
Maximum credits per semesterwill 9:009:03 News & Weather .

; ADVERTISERS be six ((6)) hours but inservice 9:03-10:00 Jumpin'Shaw) Show (Johnny lIOlIOXEY.. MONEY. MONEY. MONEY.I .

On Your teachers are limited to four ((4)) 10:03-11:00 10:00-10:03 News Gospel&Train Weather No.1 (Yvonne Guarantee Help! In 24 Hours after you phone my secretaries

x ai MACHINES hours credit per semester. Daniels) leaving your name and midribs! I solemnly swear to endeavor
i : SEWING : 11:00-1143 News & Weather I within 24 hours to have my double-guaranteed sure-hit blessing to
for accord.
i ;: DRUG STORE HEEDS WASHING MACHINESSales Registration courses 11:03-12:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No. 1 (Yvonne you in 24 hours. It will be unconditionally guaranteed. for 20 days!
to individual be
needs will
,i' and Service-Since 1915 ing 12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne You owe it to yourself to. phone now for details. Phone 24 hours
arranged in consultation with the Daniels) any day Secretaries always on duty to give full information and
Trode With Your Neighborhood ,Drug Store BUYSELLBENTREPAIBHAMWEY I Dean-Registrar. 12:05-12:15 12:15l.OO: Job Noontime Mart Tunetlme(Yvonne Daniels) details. Read the April Issue! of Color Magazine for the Biff I story;
on Prophet John. It tells of his in
(Yvonne Daniels) great success helping people.
BROS. Dean Smith also discloses that
1:00-1:03 News & Weather .......
." ,
.t. We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 these courses will be taught by 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne Philadelphia Office x /- New York Office
members of the faculty of the Daniels) ,-,

In Your Local PapersWOOD'S college and a prospective student 2:033:00 2:002.03 News Saturday& Weather Session (.Johnny Don't \Vrlte-Phone; : In Theresa Hotel
should consult the college catalog )
310- 3:03 News & Weather
ST. 7-2258 123th and 7th Ave.
343449 Saturday Session (Johnny -
"Renew Thy Strength for course description. -

'I DIXIE PHARMACY Like the Eagle" Courses will lead to the Bachelor 4:004:93 News Shaw)& Weather RI Suite 80305UNlver<y
I 'of 13.5:00 Saturday Session (Johnny Office
MASTER YOUR PROBLEMSBY of Science or Bachelor Shaw)
METAPHYSICS the 549543 Newt Weather
( DIVINE : Arts Degree depending upon !
PHONES IL, 3-5597-98, 5435:45. Saturday Session (Johnny POplar 96S11M d '
Questions Answered. Send $1 curriculum selected.
r W. Otlrvtr W* Alto Hit All Doctor' fVtcrJpJoas SINDAY SCHEDULE
with Blrthdate. There will be two classes each 1:101:1 Sip On e a sure Winner Every Tuesday,
LIGHT AND TELEPHONE WILLIAM H. FELTON Ps.D. 642645 News 4k Weather Today"
!-4 Saturday, the first from.,9 ajn.i .:OS- 740 Heaven's Read (DeaconGrace Wednesday Thursday .
2473 Seventh Avenue )
!. BILLS AT OUR STORE. New York 30, N. Y. to 10:30 a.m. and the second,from 940- ,:OJ News ft Weather 2222 N. 13th ST.
7437:39 Heavens Goad (DeaconLaUre .
.1 1! I 10:40 a.m to 12:10 pan. .
(Lire Gospel Singing) FOR SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 28
._ 149 S30 Healing Waters (Oral
See me In FREE! for 500
Roberts) person on Sunday Parking space can
J Eunice aHoy) in Philadelphia each Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday TO ALL
1=--,940 Jar Revival Center (Set.Ot10.1iOO OUT-OF-TOWN CLIENTS: I am open all day Sundays SEE ME

Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide I94t-lt:30 Heaven Bishop 8.fire C. Johnson Gospel Singers ON SUNDAY. For sure hit success telegraph-phone, DO NOT
(Live Gospel Singing) WRITE, Positively no letters sent or received.
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I: Wilder Park Boxing: Team Prepares.. For, SeasonCOACH ; I

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Edward Waters .New Stanton High
G. PARHAM JOHNSON The Stanton Blue Devils will I

.. launch the 1957 season minus of Sept.28Morristown! (H).. I Sept. 20( -Blake High TampaT
The boxing team of the Wilder Athletic Club has launched its lr many of the seasoned veterans Oct. 5-Savanna!} State (T). ( ).

training sessions for Its sixth season trader ,the careful coaching who finished the season with a, Oct. 12-Albany State (H). Sept. 27-BTW, Pensacola (H),

and supervision of Julius Guinyard. c t Oct. 19 KittreU T -
I record good enough to be "joint ( )
Oct. Sanfprd (T).
The team in 1952 .
was organized 1 : heirs" to the championship of the Oct. -Voorheef (T)..

when it participated in the first # ; r' tgy'vs City and the Big "9" Conferencechampionship. Nov. 2-Florida Normal (T). Oct. 11-Lincoln.- TallahasseeH
The team the GILBERT SET Lt ( ).
tournament. won # { Nov. 9-S.C. Area, Trade (T).
novice title for its first cham c Ykx 0-1 1 Oct. Northwestern, Miami
Coach James Small who has Nov. 16-Friendshtp'9 J e g e ,

pionship. ..'' developed some great football (H). (H).

Since its organization four Jax FOR SEASON'SOPENING 'g/: stars, some who have made All- Nov. 23-Daniel Payne (JH). Oct. 25-BTW. Miami (T).

Golden Gloves championships in Americans in college football and t" Nov. 1-Beach High, Savannah

the Novice division and four some who have established themselves .
Gilbert jgh (H).
championships in the AAU No. GAMEThe as fine coaches after .t
Nov. B-CampbeU. Dagona (T).
Sept. 20-Daytona (H).
vice division have been won.
finishing their college days, has .
Sept. 27-Valdosta (JT). Nov. 15- -Center High, Wad(
The team holds the distinction r .' set out again to rebuild the Blue
; Oct. 4-BTW. MitmJ(- (H). cross (H).
of being runner-up in Pie open Fighting Panthers of Mat. Devils into a winning combina
Oct. 11-FAMU High (T).
Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H).
division of the Golden' Gloves two thew Gilbert High School, co. by: i 't'' SG. KK tion.When '. 17 Lincoln ...
Oct. Tallahassee
times and runner-up in the SenIor City and co-Conference Champions ,a team loses 16 good .
.. a. (T). r
-division of the AAU on two : '- ?" men iron a squad, it is heavily
are all set to open the Oct. 25- occasions. hit, but Coach Small 'is counting Anderson
1957 football season in a game Nov. Savannah (T). '
heavily on Alfred Austin, one of '
careful of
Through the coaching "
scheduled with the z Nov. 8-Panama qty (H). Sept. 19-Hastings (H). '
strong Camp.
b his speediest backs who is also
Julius Guinyard and his assist-
Nov. 15-BTW Pensacola (T).
ants, the club was represented In tell Street High School team good in the passing department, ,, Sept. 27-Murray High (T). "
Nay 28-New Stanton (H). v '
the Eastern Golden Gloves ,Championships from Daytona Beach Friday Sylvester Porter at fullback Her. t Oct 9-Gilbert (H). ,

in New York for a totalof bert Blackshere at right halfbackand Oct. 18 Green Cove Springs
night, Sept. 20, at the Myrtle D. C. Vocational High .
six times Robert Parker at quarter (H). .
Ave. ,BaU Park at 8 P. M. '
John Woods has been the most i d back. With Billy Matthews at Oct. Gainesville (T). Oct 24-Stanton (H). :-,

outstanding representative of the Campbell Street is looked uponas ItX tackle, Ulysses Dexter at guard Oct. 10( -Live Oak (J'F). Oct. 30( -Voc. High (Hl: ..'

club. He won the Jax Golden being one of the, strongest and Eugene Glover at end, the Oct. 18-D. Anderson (H). Nov. 8-Bunnell. (T). '': *.. },

Blue Devils are set ,to begin the Oct. 25-Stanton H Nov. 15 '.. -
Gloves championship two conse.cutive teams in the state from end to ( ). -Open. .

years-1955 and 1956. He end on the line and a backfield season. Nov. Murray, St. AugustineT Nov. 22-Open. ..'*L;;;. -
Coach Small names some others 28-Peck 1 ernan.
( ) Nov. High,
voted the most outstandingboxer
that is expected to hold its own ** -
who are developing from the Nov. 23-Gilbert (H). diva, (T). "v
awards for two ,
years. in the keenest kind of competition. ..." :
Junior Varsity they are Bernard --
is to be back this v 4 ,
expected again The Panthers are looking S .5 "
Cam, end; Earlie Walker, Nathaniel
season. forward to trouble and more .. .' r i' I SIC SCHEDULE I

The training sessions will run trouble from Wesley Moore, the ALL..AMEIUCAN'' IS BACK-Carl croweD, the _All-American of Lewis '' Willie Jackson, _

from Monday through Friday at stellar end of the Centipedes. the Florida A <& 31 Rattlers will be back In t&fi guard position Frederick and 'Roosevelt Smith, FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITYSept. FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE

the, Jefferson Street Swimming when the Rattlers take the field this season to dttempt to clinch guards; Malachi Jones, tackle; 28r-N. C. College (H). Sept. 28-Ala. St. Montgomery.

Coach Kitchings of the Pan. another ,SIAO Championship. CroweU caused the coaching staff and Elliot Chapman, Cornelius Newman Oct. 12-\ Fort Valley' (T). Oct. 5-Clark CoL, Fort Valley.
Pool from 7 to 9 All
? p. m. boys thers has stated that he is facing centers. Oct. 9-Allen, Columbia, S. C.
Jake Gaither In particular much concern when he was a little late Oct. 19-MorriS Brown, (Homecoming .
reporting boxing practice are a terrific problem. 1 will 'out to i Oct. 12-Fla. A&M. Fort Valley.
to bring gym shorts only. All have to the checking In at the school on the bin. CroweU missed spring training Newcomers who are ) (H) I Oct. 26-S. C. State, Orangeburg.Peach .
depend largely
other equipment will be on hand. upon. ,, due to an injury be received In the Tennessee,State game in.Miami. make Coach- Small forget the Oct. B-Cookman (Jackson. ( Blossom Classic.)

offensive play of my ends, this Bathe Is back now and raring, to go. A part of'GaIther's woes are men of Last Year's Battalion, vine) Nov. Tuskegee,. Fort Valley.
Each trainee will be
responsiblefor year since we will have a relatively are:. Alfred Denson, Monroe Williams Nov. 2-Benedict (T) Nov. 9-Morris Brown, ColumbusNov.

his gear. light backfield and an 'inexperienced Chris and Ronnie Sapp, 16-Knoxville, (There)
Nov. 9 N.OA. & T
T. ( ).
Special lockers will be assign. line." The Panthersare : ends; John Butts, guard; Jack Nov. 28-Albany.
over.SPORTING Nov. 16-Allen U. (T).
ed. The training quarters are now planning however to throw
I Calvin
IIP Dawson, tackle; Lang Nov. 23-Southern U. (H). KNOXVILLE COLLEGEOct.

being equipped with new facili everything they have at the Cen- center; Webster Brown, Jerome Dec 14-O.B. Classic (Miami). Kentucky St.. Frankfort.Oct. .

tipedes. .. / Epp and King, backs. 12-BenedIct, Columbia B.CL
ties.Coach I } -':'...' Oct. 19. Tuskegee, Knoxville.Oct. .
\ Guinyard announced recently Players who have caught the These are the players who are BETHUNE-COOKMAN 26-Bluefield, Knoxville.

that .a large amount of eyes of the coaches are quarter. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON will THE NEW ORLEANS PELICANS getting ready to open the season Sept. 28-s. Carolina (H). (Homecoming)

boxing equipment was given the backs Booker Peek and.Oliver of Friday Sept. 27, against Blake Oct. 5-Fla. Normal (T). Nov. 2-Allen, Knoxville Tenn.
collect minimum
a guarantee of the state of Louisianais
club by the U. S. Navy. Joyce; halfbacks Ather Sampson, High in Tampa. Oct. 12-Morris Brown (T). Nov. 9-Morehouse, Atlanta, Ga"Nov. .
$225,000. Basilio will be gnrante- up for sale so says the TImes. 16-Fort Valley KnoxvOJe.
Spectators are welcome to visit Julius Mack and Willie Haywood; Oct. 19-Benedict (H). A&M Normal Ala.
Picayune. The directors of the Nov. 23-Ala. ,
the sessions and see the boys in fullbacks Cicero Bell and Joseph ed a minimum of $110,000. If the Oct. 26-Fla., A&1t (Jackson.
I club have agreed to put the franchise I TAN PLAYER MAKES
practice. Medlock. Guards James Harold, .draws as much as $750,000 ,RobIn. ville), "': LANE COLLEGE ,
for sale. Ever since the
up VARSITY FOOTBALL Sept. 21-Danler Payne' College
Wesley Wilbert, Samuel Owens Nov 2-Open,
stands collect
son over $600- state "
passed that Jim-Crow law Jackson, Tenn.
Charlie McClendon'and Charlie 000 and Basilio than tEAM AT OKLAHOMAPrentice Nov. 9-Gramling (T}.
more $260
that shocked the, whole nation, Sept 28-Ala. A&M; Jackson
GAUMORE RUNS Kohn; tackles Eugene Price and 000, with the gate, theater, TV, the Pelicans have been operatingin Nov. 16-Xavier.Tilt of Maroon Tenn.

Charles Brown are showing radio and movies combined. Robinson the red. One thing that is Gautt, a tan sophomore & Gold (Lakeland). Oct. Mississippi Industrial Col

marks' of improvement. It is not must have known what he at the University of Oklahoma t II| Nov. 28-Allen U. '(Homecom. lege. Jackson. Tenn.
sure and certain -American Mont.
Oct. 11 Ala, St. College,
known who will fill the has broken the color bar.
yet cen- ing) (H)
THREE SCORES was doing in his argument with dollar has no white and black I gomery Ala.
ter slot since the only remaining rier to become the first tan play. IALAILUIAA&M
sides, and when the colored fans Oct. 19-Rust Col., Holly Springs.
I center. was hurt in practice last IBC.EZZARD er to become a member of the Miss.
CHARLES, farmer stayed away from the park the 21
week., varsity football team accordingto Sept. Tuskegee Institute, Oct. -Miles College, Birmingham --
ON STEELERS heavyweight boxing championwas results were keenly felt. Normal,_Ala. Ala.
the latest information released ,
Other than Head Coach Earl '
\ faced with a 1278.71 suit THE PITTSBURG STEELERS S S Lane College, Jackson, Nov. 2-Fisk University, Jackson
about the ,, Red Sooners' football
Kitchings, the coaches are Oscar Big Tenn. Homecoming)
recently for alleged non-payment
have given Lynn Chandonis the '
Norman All-American from Fla. team. Oct. Morehouse Cat, Atlanta. No9PhllanderSmith CoUege-
CHICAGO Last -year the of city income taxes in 1954 and red slip. Chandonis the farmer Oct. 12-Fisk U. Nashville
A & M, backfield coach; James Oklahoma, rated in the forecast Tenn. Jackson, Tenn. .
1955. The city of Cincinnati, the Michigan State star halfback. It Oct. 19-Xavier U., New Orleans. J
talk of the football world
was as the nation's top team,
Dickie Robinson end coach --'- .
I ) ; home town of Charles claims he Oct. 26-Allen U.; Columbia S.C.
is the end of the football trail MOREHOUSE"COLLEGE '
Perry 'SkeeternJeter of the Chicago Willie Cannon, assistant line is predicted to roll undefeated Nov. 2-Ala., State
owes $571.76 in taxes and $707.95 for the once famous Michigan Oct. 5-Ala. A&M Normal Ala_
Bears, who ran sensation. coach and Charles Waldon, assistant through another season and to Nov. 9-S.C. State, Normal, Ala. 11 Dillard Atlanta, GaK
in interest end penalties on $36 Oct. ,
State Star unless he to '
manages No,". 23 Knoxville
backfield coach. stretch its winning streak' froma Normal, Ala. 18-Ala. Elate Atlanta Ga.'
Oct. ,
ally through everything the pro- 393.00 earned between April 1, catch on with some other professional t
record of 40 straight victoriesto Oct. 25-Tuskegee, Columbus, Ga.
fessional opponents of the Bears and October 31, 1954, and $20, team. I 15. ALABAMA STATE Nov. 2-Clark, Atlanta, Ga.

had to offer, but this season at 088.00 earned betwejp March 1 TIlE PORTLAND, OREGON_ 1 Look Magazine lists six teams Sept. 28-Ft. Valley St. Mont Nov. 9-Knoxville, Atlanta, "Ga.
and November 30 19&6. gomery. Ala. Nov. 16-Howard. Washington.
the present the' scene has shifted 25-75-29 BEAVERS of the. Pacific Coast: that will be battling it out for Oct. 5-Xa\ier' U., New Orleans. D.C. .

'from Jeter to Willie Gallimoz 867=20- 371 VINNIE"Ham Hands"DRAKE, League made the announcement i the top honors. The schools OCt. 11-Lana Col., Montgomery. Nov. 23-Fisk, Nashville'c TenD: '

the Florida boy who scored this former Fordham University star recently that they would sue the. I named are Oklahoma, Michigan Oct. 18-Morehouse quarterback was expected to be if Invade the Oct. 25-Ala. State, Montgomery;: MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE
touchdowns recently against the major leagues they i State. Texas A&M, Tennessee,
Warch This Clown Nov.
2-Ala. A&M Birmingham. Sept. 21-North Carolina State.
National Football Lea-
come the west coast without providing and Minnesota.
Pittsburgh Steelers. I Baylor .
Nov. Savannah St., Savannah. Durham N. C,
Galimore started things rollingfor gue's first tan' quarterback has Portland with_a league of suitable. Look also notes in its current Nov. 16-Fisk U., Nashville. Sept. '28-Benedict, Atlanta, Ga.

the Bears when he took 'a 7 91 3 been released by the Philadelphia caliber. The Beavers will ask issue that it may take time for Nov. 28-Tu kegee Inst. Mont.ALLEN Oct. 5-Open. ,

R seven ,yard pass from quarter. 8 3 Eagles. During Drake's football $1,500,000 to $2,000,000 damages.The Gautt to develop'into. a star per. UNIVERSITY Oct. 12-Bethune-Cookman" -At.

days In the Army he was called announcement was made by former at Oklahoma Universty.THE lanta. Ga.
back Zeke Bratkowski to hit
pay 8, ,0 Sept. 28 Morris CoL Oct. 19-Fla. A&M. Tallahassee:
In the service.
best of the
the G. A. KIngsley, president
dirt in the opening period'of Oct. 5-S. C. State,. Orangeburr. Oct. 26-Kentucky St., Frankfurt.
the game. Taking a lateral from For some reason he couldn't'get Portland club. I I MILWAUKEE BRAVESis Oct. 12-JOpen. Nov. Ipen.. -

end Harlon Hill who had received 632"6G-434 going with the Eagles. IF MONEY TALKS like the I losing no time in preparing Oct. 19-Fort Valley, Columbia. Nov. 9-Fort Valley St. ColumbusNov.
AILAmerican Oct. -Ala. A&M, CoI1 mbia. 16-S. C. State, Orangeburg
a pass from Bratkowskiand 92-61-17 BILL ,RUSSELL, old adage says, the Dodgers will for the World Series. Tickets for (Homecoming) Nov. 23-Open.

scampered the rest of the basketball player at San Francisco remain in Flatbush. When the. the series: are already on the Nov. 2-KnOXv11le. (Knoxville) Nov. 28-Clark College, Atlanta.

for his second touchdown.The University, a member of of the Rockefellers joins Nov.
way Sometimes tie's up money press, but fans are warned 28-Bethune.Coakman, Day. (Thanksgiving Classic)

play covered 51 yards. Sometimes hefo' down the championship Olympic basket that of the Wolfsons it appears against trying to buy them now. Nov. 16-Fla. A&M, ColumbIa. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE

He adds, subtracts ban, team and one of the reasons that win be tona Beach, Fla.
The money speaking front
boy from Florida was not Milwaukee is out in but Sept. 28-Bethun-Cookman College
satisfied with his two touchdowns Re work It all around why the Boston Celtics won the lounder than words; Nelson A. they have not as 'yet clinched the BENEDICT COLLEGE Daytona Beach. Fla.

National .Basketball .AsS dattOD Rockefeller has shown a very Oct. 5-Allen U., Orangeburg.Oct. .
he added third
the tan.
one For September 28 players are Sept. 20-Morris College Colum
championship last season has interest for time in 12-N., C. A&T College..
deep quite a bU
when he ran 43 yards from THE CINCINNATI REDLEGSnor S.C.

scrimmage in the final period for 23-02-11 signed and returned his 1957 con keeping the Dodgers in 'Brooklyn. the St. Louis Cardinals probably Sept. '27-Morris Brown, Atlanta Oct.Orangeburg 19-Clark, S.College C. Atlanta.

his third touchdown. tract with the Celtics. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON the will not win the National Oct. 5-Open. Oct. 26-Ft. Valley St., Orange-

t OLLIE MATSON the big backof middleweight champion says he League pennant but when the Oct. 12-Knoxvflle, Columbia. burg, S. C.
Oct. B-Cookman., Daytona B. '
the Chicago Cardinals and onetime plans to file suit against the New Nov. 2-Claflin Col., OrangeburgNov.
firing' is all over and the smoke Oct. 26-Savannah St.. Savannah.Nov. A&M Normal. Ala.
9 Ala.
great of San Francisco University York State Athletic Commissionto has long since died, away, the 2- Fla. A&M. Columbia. Nov. 16-i-Morris: Brown Orange-

Is called the greatest back have them prove that it does names of Brooks Lawrence' of' Nov. 9-Allen U., Columbia, S.C. burg. S. C. (Homecoming)

in .football so say many of the not have the right "to compel a the Redlegs and Sad Sam Jonesof Nov. 16-Miles Memorial Birmingham Nov. 28-Benedict College, Columbia

football scribes and enthusiasts.The fighter to give his constitutional Ala. S. C.
away- the Cardinals will, be wavingin Nov. 23-Bishop College, Columbia ,
210 pound Matson is in his rihts'to a promoter." the breeze in both parks. Both S. C. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE: : '

fifth year with the Cardinals. In Robinson stiA: "I think its time fellows are pitchers and both Nov. 28-S. C. State, Columbia Sept. 21-Ala. A&M. Normal, Ala

1956 he gained 924 yards at an somebody made the commission: pitchers are tan pitchers. (Homecoming). Sept. 28-Xavier U.. Tuskegee.

average of almost 5 yards per show cause that it has a rightto FOOTBALL IS REALLY IN CLARK COLLEGE Oct. 5-Fisk U.. Tuskegee.
Clark I/ Tuske _
Oct. .
try. Not only does Matson possess compel a fighter to give away THE AIR all over the state. Oct. 5-Fort VaIleyThere) Oct. J9-Knoxville- CoL. Knoxville

power but he has plenty of his constitutional rights to a pro Every coach both high ,school Oct. 12 Tuskegee (There) Oct. 25-Morehouse Cot, Cohzm-
'I his, skill I to that for Oct. 19-S.C. State, Atlanta Ga.
0 tily-r speed to match power mater. am going do and college are faced: with replacement bus Ga.
eI (Homecoming). .
A ys and brawn. the benefit of those who come problems. Many of Nov. -Fort Valley State College
Oct.25Ala.. State, Montgomery.
Fort Valley Ga.
CARMEN BASILIO who win after me. them at crying the. blues and Nov. 2-Morehouse. Atlanta Ga. Nov. 9-ilfles, College, Tudcegee .

i fight Sugar Ray Robinson in HAROLD JOHNSON, appearson many of, them are taking-things. Nov. 9-Xavier, :New OrleansULa.Nov. (Homecoming) ,

Yankee Stadium 'Sept. 23, said his way to a comeback;, and in stride. Every coach, to the 16-Savannah: St.. Atlanta. Nov. 16-pIDard U., New Orleans

I recently: "Robinson is lucky to he is well oa his way as a light state will have to realize that I Nov.28-Morris Brown, Atlanta. Nov. 28-Ala" State, Montgomery

,; have as good a drawing card heavyweight contender. His re.cent if they meant anything at aQ' FISK UNIVERSITY .r XAVIER :

ii around as me," He needs me and 'victory over Wayne Bethea, to their teams daring their playing Oct. Tuskegee InsL.. Sept. -Tuskegee, Tuskegee.Oct. .

; I he: knows it, he should thank a New York heavyweight has days they too had to, J>e,: Oct. 12-Ala. A&M, Nashville.Oct. 5-Ala. State. New Orleans*

; me. He's pulled out of fights be helped his comeback. Johnson is replaced. Many of ,the 'coaches .,"19-DiHard U... Nashville.Oct. I Oct. 19-Ala. A&M. New Orleans
26 Howard 26-Jackson College
U., Washington Oct. ,
r I fore. ""Maybe I should pull out. weH remembered as the f-eHer who are crying the ,blues will D.C.Nov. son, Miss. _

: Y It would be nice ,to run out on who ate the "doped oraBge" lost have rfnt ipfr**Mp coft1 "-. 2- Lane College. Jackson Nov. ,9-Clark Col.. New Orleans.

J' w nr.rI r= a guy like Robinson, but I need before his fight with JoHo Me. Why cry the bines, why not Cake, Tenn. Nov. lS-Bethune'Cookman, Daytona f

11 yllr![ M fMt. the money too. It is understoodthat deroson, May 6, D 5. Johnson what yon have and sake tkebest i Nov.Nov. 16 Motehouse..Ala. State,Montgomery'. Nashvflle w. 28 Beach Dillard, Fla., New 0rlean.LSatIIrda ,

there is bad blood existing was suspended, but be Bade a yon can out of it? Smooth
{ M= d
between BaSilio and Robinson. comeback m the big Tray. sailing wit!! we meet apID.



JFHE FLORIDA STAB ,September 21, 1857

Miss Ugly'Woman. The object of SYDNEY.PO The visiting band performed a ;- .

CHIPS OFF THE-BLOCK 1 all of them .is to raise money. STARS ,IN .D IER'I I DRAGONSWJN colorful performance at halftime.The ; : iA

Why on the first day of school, ----=- center of attraction was a

By JAY JAY a rally kicks off before books are !r wee lass who cut several fancy; \

J passed out. FIRST GAMOF : steps much to the delight of the *
We could have danced aH night.
Yep this town is getting more crowd. o. zL

Wen the boys and girls did? Just and more like Hustle. One more e The Dragons first score came ta I
that and rocked and rolled to the thing, the teachers in Hustle SEASON in the third quarter with Brown *

music of Buddy Johnson at the learned the names of students by. rolling out the pocket and'pass- 4' j nlt. ;

for their financial reports. ing to Spivey for the touchdown.The h ,
Armory Thursday night. A near calling i The 1957: football season openedin ,I'i '
Naturally they remembered the pass attempt for the extra a w >
capacity crowd enjoyed the musical Jacksonville Thursday night at
names of the good little workers. point failed. r. '
Jacksonville's Baxeball -
offerings the Myrtle Avenue 1I Park
For perfect relaxation see A slippery ball and a partially i.:
acknowledged favorite band until {with the Dragon of Douglas Anderson
"Edge of The City" at the Ritz. blocked punt by Albert Wanton .
the wee hours. winnin over Hastings,
Pditier is fast establishing which was picked up by Lockland' .'
:; Sidmney: :-:
One could not help but marvelat 12-fl. /. :
himself as our .leading dramatic Scott, accounted for the Dragons i ''itRobert
the members of pretty little Hastings won the toss and
He has another second touchdown. The attempted
things and wonder where did actor. elected to receive. Possession of :
"meaty" role In this film. conversion for the extra point : :
they come .from. Just to name a the ball was short lived due toa 1Wt tC
Dr. I. E. Williams left the city was blocked giving Coach Wash. c
few of the prettier little flames, fumble recovered by Douglas
this week for the University of ington's boys a 6 point lead.
met the of the
we youngster 45-yard line.
local at. Fighting back, in" the last min
Buffalo. The ,
Carter sisters. For glamour she Hastings regained the ball and' ; i
tends school every year and keepsup utes of the game, Hastings took '
follows sisters Atha and Sadie Florida-born Sidney, Pettier rolled to the 3-yard. line, fumbled I' :
with the latest advances in to the air but time ran out and atotuc
closely. Ethel Cook and Elmira scored another dramatic triumph and recovered, but failed to penetrate Mltchmm and Rita Hay- ,
medicine. Dr. Williams is chief: I the "Potato City" boys went
Bustamante didn't dance ob-
served. just of staff at Brewster Hospital as hi his co- tarring role o( a philosophical the. DragonS forward wall. down in defeat 12-6. worth (above). star: In the .sjialrag
bop talking dock worker Taking over on downs the Dragons
well as one :of the towns leading
We heard that in new technicolor thriller TXBE
revenoorers internal medicine specialists. In "EdgVof The City" now play. were forced to punt. The a. .f tt.* >Pvpd CQ -tojtkci '

the persona of some "dap dad Panthers a first down DOWN ... 'f"I
received ing At the' Bite Theatre.; picked'up BELOW, opening a 7-day tsUagtBAaerteaas. 2g

dies" raided a business man who Joe EQgdoa has Just LPStop by t '" .. :r ,. r ,' on a quick opening play.A pass ICIIIIIIISCI.E 1r en engagement the Strand stan- wh sake sir
was operating In the vicinity of new crop ofxj jaw : Country ud enr eomavatty.
which carried
the Armory, Seems as tho his"spirits" and look op .': verhU, counter.You'll J1S NAMED. was completed ... ... Ing Sunday, Sept, 22nd. If s the a Utter pUe la wklck to ttr*
satisfy Suro them ,to the Dragons 6-yard line. -. ... ems ..... wr .
were lifted. see Miaetfaing... to fan.: _h, .. _;: -. : The first score of the game was MM wMk tTANSACK...!.*** *** next in the series of topaotch -

The next Hollywood presentation .' even the most critical jazz"- q tallied two plays later on a line .: film hits In the fan parade of Ir *

will be a.galaxy of rock and' In our opinloa i for,something fine, thevisitor ........ mww.r.m txeart.e.s "' .' YI.. -
TQC1IQOLPOST: the conversion was wide and big movies at the Strand. ()o.
roll slats Restoring fife'?Wasters. dig Andre 'Fjeyin; when .he plays Ne CM mar*i aw .
ended the first half lead- featute "RUNNING TARGET,"
The SatlnsJiCJene.iandtEuniceand: ; MannA ( a .a ie.iC .
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others-/ ..,)jT) -, ,..; ;_: Is! in .It;,,WU,.announced,by the Board

We missed the? new publicationthe heckuva mess brewing. of. Public.Instruction that William YOUR'CREDIT IS GOOD !
lasttVeek. 'Saw editOTAlbert the local poUtical.pots.. We can'tseer : HERE t iCiC
GIobe .
.1., .' .J- I mot the IX :Sweet :has: been. -named, to
Jones and forgot to ask thgp1s; ,. things. ', NO FINANCE CHARGES! NO CARRYING'CHARGES
for the 'smoke;'There's one thing serve 1 as. Coordinating Principalof'.outlyingijcenters'dn !
for a ,the ..
copy o; paper. ,thet'!Adult
Yvonne Daniels jtne"' WOB3'also for sure, the "Negrtf 1 vote"is46' NO INTEREST! S\3
: nvof' Duval .
st j"1 Educations PiBP/.ga a
: ttt; be wooed. Ifact the'wooing has
w ocke w ette'.4 Kenth Chili featured 11' Vocalist r *f\tf started: LetS' rget! ucine' more at the
: received a "
series .of mor"designed buildup ."
U& books'( and also
naiionat names on ,
nice in : <
spread a ..maga -- -
"j sine folk start studying'the records of the the Adult Education program PAY ONLY .. BARBARA WOODS
this week. Plenty of $45 Down
'58'and among/ Negro residents :iof the "
for the oral lass wooers. It's not long til ]
are plugging Douglas Anderson
.'. county .andl toprovide more. serv- !
elections. 'XI : -; '! ;:; ; AND PAY ONLY $5,00 A WEEK.
who is make Junior
trying to a name to High School
iceaifor who wish
persona ;
for herself in show business without .. continue .their educations Pepsi Cola Dealers and i'.

the help of her famous td: VISIROBBEDTr ,Sweet,3s arnative: ; of, JBartow, IMMEDIATE, DELIVERY ON, THE FOLLOWING CARS Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. iC

The_ stork_ was busy in town"las '" are proud to salute Bar.Ie
lorida.. He/is veteran ,of 22
'"week"'Tie left:>: boy'at'fe' It\'Jr was ;fled that W U un!' years?service| :in.;: the..local: system.He '" NO FINANCE COMANY TO DEAL WITH bara Woods of the 9th <<

'J. -:t:":.Hammonds. Charles Kelly: Identified nien,robbed*:John!,Henry servedjia-ithe ,adult' program : grade class. She is a

is passing out cigars' .xt'8: a,, .boy,: Colby Negro.TOf Los .Angeles, at the old Stanton High School 52 STUDE.. Sd .. 51 OLD'S "88" ....... member of the creative ,

for thinr and:the :former:, Audrey, ; 61' .: .::':: .. dance group and sings,
Calif. of $263 lastfWeek-end, for seven years >He is president STUDE. Sd. 51 MERCURY, Sd.'

White : Colby, paid .Ile;hailed a cab_ .at I Ofi!;:the:"Duyal rrCounty; Teachers' 50 FORD, Td. .... .... S. 45 O. 0 52 DODGE, Sd ...... $95 00 In the glee club. -tc '.

Many: Jaxons of color were Davis and Ashley Streets and Association and,\of;:District 4, 49 PONTIAO Td. ... R 51 KAISER, Sd. ..... ********.**

caught;: In_ the recent cutback at asked the driver, to, take him .to Florida':State Teachers.Associa. : 51 SCERCURY'T 51 FORD, Td. ....:. T

the Naval Air Station. We saw the municipal-doxies/ tion. tiC ;: j>f 52 OLD'S,_Td. ....... DOWN 50, FOED Sd. ...... DOWN

that' of the .. ,., ...
by the most "
papers .. :- :: N.' 't'ItiC -
'' The victim said,,,the_ cab driver ,
released had been absorbed :
employees ,
Iocal picked pp two.more, .. Negroes en-. r. : : '
;>> by the, market. Of MR. HARRY'S AUTO SALESOpen T '
to route and after-they reached the 'WILL'BUILDAHOM'E. I. -
course they were referring .,.
"4 : : :"t
east side of town in the vicinity : ; y: :
white folic We wonder who is of the city Cemetery the driver ,ON. .;;YOUR, LOT Daily 9 A3t to 9 PJL Sundays. 9 AM. to 6 P.M.
to hire" electronic
going a Negro t
complained of."engine trouble: and For as little .as $200 downor ,

man or a Negro clerical worker. asked tile-three..men,.to get out.Colby' ;E-Z;:Terms,;:to suit you. '7' .4;"'"''''.'' ..
Isadore:Singleton and his .family : v'
said he .and the other CALL El 6-2957 or: Fl 9-3822 -tc .i-
have just returned from a five :,. :., ,<<" ,.
two men had .walked the distance ., ':<<'>" '\.. .
week vacation jaunt. The rib tycoon 7' *.
of about: two blocks when GRANO D .'
and his family visited most f.'l'7' '!
they seized him and took his wallet \ ,,.
of the'AOdwest and even 'wentto iC. ., -:
containing the money.
Windsor, Ontario where they J HEtPWANTEDNEW I iC CARL JESSIE

saw Eartha Kitt. ".
it Douglas Anderson
Johnny Shaw really lives up to -
his nickname of Big-foot. You HOMELAUNDRY FEMALE PEN ING it Junior High School .- ::"

should have seen him at work in c Carl is a member of ..
the 9th grade class and '
Daisy Fords destroying some iC
YORK honor student. lie is the
is "
"trotters". Jerome Singletary '
7' president of
the new manager of the .Shady t COOKS -,MAIDS r- ;W"Fj" : 4; :}.? '' "' ; : : iC Club, Athletics Club and
Oaks. He is having his 'grandopening' Pickup and Delivery : 7> :
on the first. The popular Service -- also ,, ,: : ;: : .. -Ie is basketball a star.member team. of the

sportsman is inviting all of 3524 ArdlsIa Road-PO 4.9910 HQUSEWORKERSNeeded .
.1t..3It..1It. v v v .vr'r'r .. "'
his -friends 'to come out and visit Magnolia Gardens ,
at once for steady RITr1

him.Picked positions with good private r f

up the papers the other families. Age limit '21 to 45. s.SIIAflY UAKS1t c -tc
day' and saw something that reminded -
: HELP WANTED You win live hi on the ,
us of our home town.' pre. + ; 9 ..... iCon
I' mises with your own room, 4
You know we are from Hustle, .
be Maid. General Housework filon-\ meals and. all privileges. The .., .
Georgia. They call it Hustle t. v::' -iC
I salaries are very high accordIng '"
cause everygody there is "bust- day thru Friday. Ev 86377.WANTED :
to experience. to ,. iC
your Up '0"
ling" .somebody.h e chUl'dl.I
$200 per month.
schools, everybody and e\-erythlog.J ;
Settle to live with I win supply bus transportation
is working soem sort of hustle. I )lady a girl ,
I with Free board and from your city to New
They have ail sorts of contests, : 3' kids. iC

Miss Hustler. >Bliss Honorable and meals. Call El 6-9527.:. Ask for York and guarantee a good ','< ..at
job. Write at once to Mr. !
Luethel Mc IaIn. :
Sir., Dishonorable, even. down to Brown JOSEPHINE YORK -i
P. O. Box 323 Lakeland _

IHIIS Fer .Rent Fla Phone :MU 94964. < '. ,. y y 5 Douglas Anderson
NEXT ON THE BIG ':Ykn7. Junior High School "i

Small room $4.50 weekly for Tribute is paid to this

PARADE OF single man. Two unfurnished young 9th grade student
H. C. DONALDSays *
rooms, $5.60 weekly. Furnished SHADY OAKS CLUB who Is a member of the
Now Is The Time
: STRANDTOP rooms $6.75 weekly. Phone .El tirin 'team, sings in the iC
0 To Buy A 57 PontiacWe're
club and is honortc
5-1109 9i El. <60847Modem < I glee an
furnished room; 127 Dealing Now FIVE MILES FROM TOWN ON U.S. 1 (Kings Rd.. ) student. She is also a *
FILMS!! For _44 Models In The '
Caroline Street. member of the Youth or. .
,Low Price Field ganization. i

hR Demonstrations' Sundaysor
iI-- Weekdays * *
When Buying A PontiacBe *
; Congratulations from Poath
Sure To Ask For ., -;< Cola to then. thru Merit

I Id Also PAINT H. C., Donald .. Award winners!


..A.Award salutation on Pep.
STORE 7 7957 .II( si Cola TEEN TD1E

Phone'' El 3-0628 I 2118 IIngs Ave. EX 8-9711 WRHC, 1400 on lOur dial

llWest I Res. EL 52026H. o.; Saturdays 10:45. to 11:15
\ I Church SL C. Donald ; !. .; t. M.bp'Elchi .

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Mas Technicolor: Action -I .sRITZ THEA3vE .ADVANCESEE ... .. _: .... .....v *

NOW PLAYING $' .; ; 11
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With Jesse STEPHEN James & His MeNALLY Gang ,:> .. ,";-..- of 'Parking Space'L't ; 1

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