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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 5, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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A 4.5year.old.barroom. waitress is being held ,in Duval ,County .-. As the week ended, President'' Elsenhower,'
Jail for 'the, alleged knife slaying of a.'25.yem. -old man who refused remained firm 'In'his',refusal to withdraw federal: troops from little

'J to go,-out._ :, with.'her. on a' date. Bock, Arkansas', until ''Oov. Orval E. .Faubas gives flat .uU1.pee)
'- -' ; that
'''. roe love-slaying: occurred last -. -. .-- order will ,be maintained and school intj. >-rmti/tn. eDforce4... --

I""T" ., ._,._ _. .' S J ,. Sunday: night 'at 917 West '13th:\ barroom waitress said "I'm'' The president, had ,conferred'wlU1.FaubuS' .
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Street, where .the.,..vicUm. Charlie the, week, before, ,on... ized, Arkansaa National Guards.
'J PLANNING: : (} DRIVE 'Members Boston 83 of- the Community*'Chest, Untied Fond met Simpson lived. gonna get you nowl"Dies .' \. the../natter ',of withdrawing troops men
J Monday; -with agency: beads In the A. L.'Lewis1 Branch YWCA makd plans for the.current; drive. Lucille WUsesj._woman 'In Hate's Arms;.. from the, embattled : area But fracas.apparently' put a stop.to x the;

'Tnose In< 'attendance at,the* noting lore' sees e-a, far Seated, rom ..Jeftt1tonAdams., chairman; In giving .arc, account: of the "simpPl''" turned' and' walked after the Arkansas governor is. .4

Mrs ,Jrucilla Berry, neighborhood worker; Mrs. Elnora IL Jotason, co-ordiaator; Mrs ,Floreace." fatal Stabbing-Tiucllle.: "Vyfisontbld badofrtnn the front.,door to.the iuedrhisgtatenjen\assuring main.. rifles Federllzed National:GuaHemen,;
bon,. executive secretary .of' the Branch XWOA.< Standing, In the same; Border are: ,Jesse.W. police she and Charlie Simpson bedroom and laid a, knife.on ::the tenant of law .aruf .order the across their .chestssnail
Wo.rt,. ezee$1E,e'aee stye(' ie J..W,'JohasoB YMOA;;'MIss Xartha \VhMfro-f'.the' Oar* WIt1 had 'gone "bed'tfot, i. ) tW dresser'and'said: to his girlfriend, President .,< ......" 1 ... .. _.... *, cut met" t hat lid throng of 75 white students jfceo.
y-- '"-'- _.. "* ;(#1 : -' .- .1' .:" : ..... ? iltt It.,was -not definite, t
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irMii afedkees '. .2 __ r..:. '- Pu 1>- -- ; > **u "** **" walked out54 integratedThe ; ..
? 1iwf 11'.z JL :eisissaef:.-.e'! e: dlvls :, LWt 'WI y..A-M4.. .h'Eisenhower ... _
.: '.-xioer'sad! Mr*,', ABefiB.. 'Hardea, ,ol .1 ran of ..tijieIde o .iN'Vf! er.'c ;" ,")lA{, tt Ort1yte. ,.a '_::"" blew.rateof the victim'-lived said,she,took the refused to epecuy .A.L. .... r.( '1 r ,
5 A:..Iflacfeeoa 'raeettng of 7eederr tai T""" ti '. ,"*erawH1. W hrdd &t, 7., ""v.':She aald ie: :; the window bleeding-man! to the-:bathroom to what- It' was In Faubus reply to demonstrators had .__ edc

..-:' .), \ :!' ', ..., .., Ii"n: ._ _. W Ie- arch,lifted:outTsa&saw a seep. how badly: Tie' was, cut, but the compromise worked',out by;',a to pull out with them ,maltrotthe

...".' ). '- man:ikaewiT:J tocher as Jlmmy'K as ,ben f.j ;over-1 blood t delegation ..of.:'Southern. governorsbe .school's,2000)( white ifottcat*
: '
I. mBROOGHT TO BARFIWS LIGHT SENTENCE' kett; She 'tot'SbnpsGOrthat ,Hack from .''his cheat-end.they .decided Aound' ;?tmsatisfactory. But he in a ,forceful protest against He.groes .
: :; GIVEN MAN, FOR .t .was,"down.stairs :wnd 'Stop- to .seek,;;"medical ;attention. The said : in their classrooms :Sufi
;- = ." .. t *bed and'. bleeding ,Simpson and, his "I do say this: The j&essage ringleaders the ion-
-'* *' son got out of went to : lover
ij.B CI'R 81f,. I n pAA ;*: WIFE $4-YINf the:*front: deer;:at the top. of' the started;.,down the star8...tOj.await that came back must bestead as stration/was, a flop.

.'". ._... jtt -#'Ji .: stairs and wed'to-he'ina imdEiois6 the arrival .of an .ambulance. Buhe entire. whole, and you will *""Comeon, you, chickens. ,", thetta8etts
.. '" ,A, Jacksonville a ,man, got off 'We&k trind': thai 'aa. .the youngsters shouted at ;
6 -t. .. ::- :GooderT c tnn, 45. of 84 :fen, from loss of :blood, : way through '
f : .. I rt with -a, mere five year.t jell Ben.ence 1/2 Park Street and lay.in;the arms of his,sweet. sa1', as have: Intended from wM fftayed. Inside. "DirtY Ch1t.;

,vutt to,bar the.City,4f,, Jack" 8y !e. rom..contri t1ng funds .,for the.fatal. otabb&g:of his! While Jimmy and Eloise were: heart, Lucille Wilson,' as life left fh&beg1n th g," meaning that anything .. ken-

to Edward Waters College and Jacksonville University, both private wife ttandJag at.,the.foot-of-the stairs,i his body stated in that ,telegram :For an ugly spUt-seoofii: 1t.
t iesttt nri, was iii din Orcuirp ?r merely..,took back appeared a pew riot watt J>e
Cr.a1 Court the situation
., ,. Judge -tri mT.H the pbeee rang, and Lucille went An ambulance finally arrived
'.A ton1q. J.- -'L.;- 'teenueair "t C' --- -- -- JapB8ed.: the,eontonce taHBWf, .. )the ,phone. but, ',it_was and.'c med the victim to Duval where it was before- : 'federal building up on the street Mare
suit tar, .a permanent Tnjunctica eta.standardB diad receive full -- > troops arrived. the school where blood: was fed
3.accreoitationit on Daniel, JfeteeBT ,of, 1805 W, for E2ftl0e ,wHo talked to someone.As Medical Center where Jie was declared .
r in ..grounds 'the :1ty'b i toe .. as"a'junlor colfege t Duval St. the 'Nowunder that situation !In adult riots and demonstrations.
pfea:: .the> '&la 3g or 'woman started out:. the dead on :arrival '
authority"'"contribute tax funds 8e'ftDty..p' ; t- L-vf.t'thr'Btu1 I t F. teeth i (Peggy 1!, .Nelegm, ,,on frot1ioaj: > she'is report*!"to' have ::P .Tatenarrested: Eloise Grit there was, no .revocation of ,theorders last week.: "

jo the .schools..' dents who attend our coDege May M, ', isie Steipaon 'go; ut'with her fin who had fled the scene of.the to the guard already ,is Negro Hung In Effigy :;**
VI1f'Univerafty, a white i n JacksomftflSj111 r.')(ew"co r\ Ja: that.'tlieq'wouldthe A Negro was hung, in'eli. y
sued ,guard
NdsoaT: said!he.stabbed lda:wife andihe: :,refused, whereupon, according killing,, and she, was booked on
;choo ,* ?bee',- receiving itch the' ,cHy ;begam cpateibutgTs + after art erg ent: touch od off 16. '"Lucille 'Wilson, theThERAMTfflAUVERTED suspicion of murder.. .. would- ,'preyntwthe ,entry o ti "thoseNegro and the etraw-filled dummy ,at
from 'ttse..... f, .... autfioritywoi> itig >?we'iiiTeWent(i.1e. to bp"th@a ;lading of A love letter --- : _r_' .children' into. the high drive The 'demonstrators shUekM.
a atate'law -paeee4 In .un7.' 4' take'- on; pu ''city' C enls. Maayof : from:: his "Wife ;to: Jife .beet?Mead. school" and shouted In angry near tFste:

Edward: Waters"College;: a :fie. 'them ar&"JiOw"'ntJdeCi'a: the i The letter dropped,:ctetof. his : Faubus accused the White. :via. They milled about: seemtnglyin .
gror Junior' college;'_naa.beef re. mblio.school.system hereDrf /'-. frfeBd' pocket .at the 'grocery House' of demanding s ."uncondi.tIonaT search of leadership that

cefving city funde under,a. similar. ; Stewart said ,in. .to I store'where 'surrender* and -salt. would polat,...a, ,course of, ,gctiora
i regafd : bath worked.' ........,. ... .
statute p& I ed J Jn 19S3. the church affiUetlon : AS'BISHOP JORDAN bluntly *1 won't do that." --- "-'
that. the BeW8'1ot: -- 1i RESIGNS) ]POST() 11
.BoUa) U.Y.... are.. listed" in AMB Church' *eeatrifeu.. about ter' by a'_Duval ''Corgi gdyy. iFaubi J ..mate not immediatek

t1ie llj t1ciW. )eIIi n&.Wrd of the s..fce.?*;:l ,. -- < ." repjy to_Ebenhower's WOMAN IS SHIT
,reviewea"J fey the ,CRyBach ge Bald all deaeHriaaltethe h atW4 '.Ar .au.C Cboeh, Trial, which aocord ig- to Inside,1 soiffcesceH that the governor !* mistaken .
Is down for a .contrfeutioaof I school and "we do sot teach and is doing a disservice to the
VBfjr ypaaOjif.terp' fcea oaf-1lle: senflational aspects of the '
.. .OOO In the proposed _59miliiondollar ." APPUCAKTS.SOUGHT city- end atate. H.' did he
i only AMETa here. Be salt the receat. ,-BJghop JOehota nkl.11M been averted with the resignation, say INMGjIMEff.
.. 1B58 budget. which ;'cityr:contributioas te 10 per'cent FOR' ROAD PATROL .n* _ttcfcen Frederick. Join- thought the language:of his Tuesday .
was approved by the City ,Commission of', the college's $250,000 annualoperating 1i1S1 p' Jordan'-has resigned his reply, which said Integration

,Sept 18 Tmdget. assignment to .the 'Fifth District orders would not :be obstructed OVER liX-w
L ,Attorney Lee said ,the suitagainst Chief Administrative Deputy JAX WIFE:REFUSES me" constituted
"I do mow that since the ''city accord&g ,to' reports to:,avoid apeDdlng by an unequivocal
; the city was .merely to : Edgar Day aaaooaeed this .. -
began church trial. Ba Dew assurance.Two -
contracting to the college week that la TO PROSECUTE..MATE
applications for the
Oay the groundwork" for similarinjunction we:have been able to do a' good beithu |r cIt a six .months-leave. from his Negro- 'students were
.tI ftfl to flM A.charge of aggravated assault
suits involving such appropriations open WHO STABBED HER jostled and kicked "and chased
jOb| in the ;* : post. His. reasons for resigningwere '
community Dr. Stewart : .
poeI as patrolmen on theo has .been lodged 'agaInst.Tejui.BJ Barbara e
to other private' organizations said. due..io Mrs.,Jordan's. illness down the half of troubled Central
both Dnval'Rood Patrol are now be- : 45, of'418 Dew.drop
by> the city. and and Cams Higb'.J o l Wednesday ,by a
'teg accepted. .tensions' among.. other ministers JIrs. Nancy who lives "Lane In connectionwith the .
i the county. In his area, af 978 W. State Street admittedto group of "screaming and holler
WOMJ\N'IS netJon Is:tentatively jealousy.,shooting of Edith .Mae'
Mayor Haydon Burns informed ATTACKEDBY No police that ,her husband ing": whitestudents..
; charges were filed againstthe '
scheduled for Oct 15 if
Holmes; 47, of 81W.. Orange
uit by the T es-Un1on stabbed, her The =:incident occurred .
ottLee's MALE VISITORLast bishop whose aria includes 14 during an argumentbtit.Snslsted '
tmoagh appHcaMess are received Street Monday,, Sept 30.
aid, : : .;..: by that tame, Day said. states west of lbs .,Mississippi! she did not want him after school opened. A .woman, Edith, Mae .Holmes and witaesises
*T would certainly deplore River. A teacher and a couple of federal
anyaction Bishop's Council meetingwill prosecuted.
The test Is -
gives tbroegh told police thai Barbara Jead
Friday ,afternoon,,, accord- n
that would deprive these
Dnral be called Boom to accept TJie 47earoldhousewife told I
ComIty Civil Service
tog to witness who ,live at 414 Richardson came.to henhouse and
1, institutions, the bats meager assistance Lee.Street a, man identified as Board. It will be based epos I Bishop Jordan's .resignation and investigating officers ':that her SPIKE. WASHINGTONRECOVERING an argument started aBout)fiftf
that we been giving ; first aid, speHfeag, UiJBo tees i name, Ills successor: husband came home, last Friday Holmes being, too trlendIy'w1th
Francis AFTER '
r w Robert went ,to. that address
r JUmua1 y. to and regtdatioBs, KgBsk, sjMh- : Reporters were denied a look at night under, the Influence of liquor her (Miss R1cl1 rds n' r boyMeadi
e. The.mayor said lie had not hadanxopportunity sad'asked GrifJto. see 26TearoldDorothy metes..anti.,,word dettattteeec: :the feSdifig.elders* memorandum and started an argument BEING J HIT BY CAR" Police investigating :the .cfeoot:

to consult ,with Mf-' .r lJr&_ b. ReI :$aweveri it is said ,to have re. about,his supper not being ready. lug were told that during .the ....
J Jthe. City..attorney ,.m; the matter ':The.'Witnesses:. ,,told police, ( ferredz'toof>the church During the 'argument- she said he Leroy (Spike) Washington, -a argument, Barbara' Jean"pulled ja- a..
However ..he, said, "the city' will shortry after the'caSsr went 'didpBne V rHOneTnlnteterttf'st'LouJa stabbed "
t- t > I her In the right side witha well known newspaper man_ :and revolver ,.and Thomas: Free
i defend',it*j>oriticn.ni Mrs thepthat. : made knife and she picked up'a piece a .famQiaY figure about' town wad attempted( to hold her:, She: fired

"W :;Stewart. ,..president.-2f dtealed; ..tgbt apse jeB r,tin.la ; -_.:.. '.. .... ..: .. tM1f :,at t_ .t.: of stove wood and hit him _on Injured recently Jn an: .automobile QY.etJi1I: shoulder and the ,buSei ..' ,

'.::- ar4-tWws College aald;the ;r..u :. t :1l lry th asa )nIaI&" ,",l"' c.r .- .' ""...... '.'I., reaeved.. ..... the -head. ,' accident but is now jecuperatin! Thick Edith :Mae Hbhnes in 'ttie .. I
.r. '
'-, .. t .,tIMt.I.1'a; .< aar1.tanaes left'tice yettsg wnpinn! ws*, ')Ie.' ,-.-or" 4'1".,...-;.. (,.... '-.: ..., TJ ..i- "JIM .Kn... Cains:was,, treated at at home after ,receiving-medical lower, left thigh, passing, o-:
:. .. ... se>..p_4 JrID *' g tey Bce YMN.. r-IIt,( 1\ '\" .'.- ..... 'Duii1' ,Medical, Center' for her attention at ,a local.hospital: :r through same; *ThQ "victim'was :
1 ir fIt : '< :"''l&. J .:.a< *:.1t! :-- J..r.aIe Tlieee'are.._. .... : 1 B- 1i injury. '.. .,- ''The many Mends S't.' 'Spike rare ke11to Du'va1biedjcil': .&*&

) Dr. .t ;:.-'<< ;t3tat_jt w w'Peiite ::- Healer, fir '1M '1yF! I! a." ..,... wrlS .... fit.lela.ate I ,Patrofinea F. L. .Kays sad ao waiting to her of his tan and treated by..1>1""."Nader.Patrolmen ;" =[ ,

.. ".....1..... .-.._ .'t.aM of the... tax mooiai .... '' lNf. ...I.0:......y J .!! .t ; re abetter :!...:.*...1..were.i'...'...: .<:caU;.;: ,.',:'"_.:7".. iavesti-, recovery And to see him on the CLIH.. Henry arid !
:taIIt.'i" .-w'w.. b1o to --.. 'eesfisig'twttrl ee;)arew;;:::!f: .....is ,':_saw W":.t, th4 E .. "_ ...' .'\ active, list .agam.f.%...,!-,-..<".fc ..\J..'. ,..'".. sr..v Kewsoni'fAV"e_.,.uiated.'- t' i

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Saturday October 5, 1957,"

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r: .' ... Politics As
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(-. .. '.Published. by The Ftori&t 84v- PabHahfag eor- ,: .c,'. -! : ..;. .,; By :ERIC O. 1

JIll Mwcrfef Bead .... ML 4-6782 EL 4478ftBmtowa EfXEGBATIONi
.. IN U. S. TO *
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Breach Office 423 Bread Street-Phone EL 43TH l
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New York
Mas Jack
r. r t d -- ; President of the Boroart l or,Man.

,, 7 JIIIIIBBc AMrefatP. ha aD. last week .tell the peoples.oi the Soviet X7 tote eoD9! -

0. Box 561, Jacksonvffie 1, Florid story or the proMeo arfeteg from tfce tategrattoa coatroversy; Ia
.. both North and
Eric' c). Sknjea .................... -- '- -- Sooth.

'., C|.:i iAtomae'BIciwUW.i ................................News Stan 7-first Negro
'#- ( to ba elected
", *** .*.+-, ff ......_'..............'....CVioUHoa...-- .. ,- 't.s L'p; Al f t \ -. | Borough- Union In eighteen dttferoofc.Un .

r \i gnfa. Its program Vie',
: Member. of Associated Negro : 1 President ia
; t. via.powerful tr-n.ftt wi 1 ys
; 1;. SIIBecwPTIObT his-
'BATES Ctemny and the :
.. OIIe.t ear..$aG;. Ha* Year, It**; Three (oaiM, *LttYo tory Mr. Jack ., :\ ':

,.- IJ1aBe4+ ,'JIo. *.. mere la-The I7Mfti' M. *es.fftdCbectoorMwwf sought to reply '
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f to UtHrans Corir
.'i- t ..seeip6loas: F abse ht_ A aaoe O4 S STOt distorted, r, ; '.i-' .
O n e-sided "r
: FLORIDA" STAB--P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE. 1, FLORIDA i\1 ; accounts ". ',:.
of U. S.
/ -iI- Here are authoritative answers
r racial tensions

: NESPAPS ; ; \\ published andbroadcast '4' from the Veterans Administrationto
: OF 1 I'
; NAThkNPRAIE 5 by 1 questions of current interest to

Soviet press former servicemen and their families

I and radio. He SIMPSONalso : }
COURAGE QFNEIO( ; S commented
on integration
Q. I am an older World Warn
progress in New York.
veteran and before long I expect .
Mr. Jack was interviewed by a
NEW YORK The courage and dignity of the Negro students former Soviet citizen on Radio to retire from my Job. I.plan

in Little Rock'and elsewhere in the South has won wide commendation Liberation's staff at his offices in to sell my GI house and move to

from the press and from individuals throughout country, the South.
the Municipal Building on Monday Would It be possibleto
as well as from the foreign press. 11i'
September 23, at 11 a. m. have my GI loan rights restored -
0, President Eisenhower paid tribute to them In his statement of
September 21 on the Little Rock crisis when ,he said: "All parents His remarks then will be prepared so I could buy another
for broadcast to the USSRin
must have a sympathetic understanding of the ordeal to which thenine home?
Russian and
seventeen other
Negro children who have been prevented from attending Central Soviet A. Yes. Retirement is consider.
SCAN languages at Radio Liberation's
.. High School have been subjected. and their have a -
They parents
ed in
the .
i 5- 2 Wes 47th Street studios. same category as transfer
conducted themselves with dignity and with restraint." I
..; Two days later Mr. Jack was to of employment and would

"Life" magazine in its issue of Sept. 30 published on its edl. be heard in the USSR warrant restoration of GI loan

tonal page a letter. from Prof. .J. B. Rhine of Duke Universityin PRACTICING TRUE DEMOCRACY AT HOME,. WOULD MAKE A BETTER The interviewer. Boris Orshan- entitlement.
Durham, N. c. "Thank you for recording for history the account However the VA
IMPRESSION! sky. a former Red Army officer
In'?word ,and picture of these brave Negro kids going off to face would have to be relieved of liability :
who fled
to freedom
the mOb waiting for thera at the schoolhouse," Prof. Rhine wrote.: World on the old guaranty,
R War U. also questioned
"Brave they must be. for they know they will be taunted with .
Mr. Jack about his
early life and
abuse that win hurt more' than physical, injury,-itself ,'.,,I cannot T1 Your rise to importance. New"YorkCity Q. I have made arrangements
recall that there has ever been a more inspiring demonstration of Weekly
affairs. Born In the British to be admitted to a VA hospitalfor
courage by the children of any race, in any age Their example
".:is/at least feature in an this horrid of West Indies. Mr. Jack emigratedhere treatment of a service-con.
_one redeeming "; ,chapter :our Horoscope Guide
:i when he was 16 oldAccording
*country's, hlatory.Fofowing ." J1 : years nected Injury. I have no way of
P' to reports reaching getting to the
are" 'other editorials in whole or in part, as spacer hospital, which Is
WHICH ARE YOUR; LUCKY DAYS FOR Radio Liberation In Munich almost 100 miles from my house.
'permits: '
Montreal (Canada) "Star": "Where they (Negro youngsters) BUSINESS -: LOVE' TRAVEL where located Its the principal Kremlin studios has seized are Could the VA help .me?

get the sheer guts to go through with it, 'we- don't know. Nor is it A. Yes. Government' transportation
on U. S.
By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES integration troubles as
i easy to Imagine the soul.searching that their parents went through Its current No. 1 antKAmerican I to the hospital may be authorized .

before letting the children step into such a maelstrom of terror -- -- propaganda gimmick.[ Also, when you are

What:sort of dedication does; a 'man-or more important ,a young- to take advantage of the many SAGITTARIUS ready for discharge you may obtain
Radio Liberation
.ter-need to face the stones of crowd their knives orclubs is. largely Government
a or guns transportationhome
Born March 21st Thru April 19th wonderful opportunities :picturedby Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st
Of mob of vicious whites by staffed by former Soviet citizens again.
being cornered; by a .egged on ,
This is week for after beva
a action Although pillar
the 3rd and the 5th.) Travel you may
screaming viragos who resemble women? seeking to keep their countrymen .
you have taken into account the of strength to people who move
often and in an directions with
A Fearful Price To Pay ideas and interests ,of those you' about in your social set. they can still in the USSR thoroughly Informed Q. I am a Korea veteran Just

'.,.j. 'M'New York Yost" (by Max_Lerner): fit is a fearful price forth love and respect.: They can be people and'events so as to be able be sources of joy and wonder of free world conditions out of service. I have a service.

:.young to pay ., For those' whom it doesn't destroy it can of Invaluable help in getting your to catch opportunities on the ment to you. You should take as they are really are. letting I connected dental condition; that

.be a creative experience. The night before EHzabeth Eckford went desires end hopes well on the way wing. And these opportunities can advantage of all the opportuni. the chips fall where they may-! Isn't severe enough to warrant

to school, at Little Rock, she read,the lines in the Psalms 'The to fulfillment.. The lucky ones be depended upon. ties that may be present to fur. to counter_ the distorted, often compensation payments. Would I l

'...:.Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear The Lard who have chosen this week, for 1&Oe637e51ULIBRA ther your aspirations and friendly fantastic presentations 'by Soviet be eligible for VA outpatient dental .

,is!the strength of my life: of whom shall I fear?*"- the taking of. vows could ask! contacts. Still you are realistic media. oarer

-v' Los Angeles "Mirror-News": "One thing In the story from Little notthing better from the planets. enough when :the need arises. Interviews with leading free A. Yes, provided .you apply

Rock sticks in, our mlftd. In the faceof jl jeerinff crowd, a 15-year- Married couples can find a new 3b04439'42354.CAPRICORN( world figures commentingurgeit on wthin one year after your HJT-

.", :-old Negro girl wak ect' a1cm. Tfr&t fake* eoetiage' in t I a, mature b 1a for compatibility. Born S pt.. ,24ti Thru 'O*. J3td ) } problems of the day ar. charge. If your condition did not ,

person, let clone a teen-ager. 8-10-66-69-65-876.. 1 t : 'The opportunities for- 'you to a popular feature of Radio Liber result from 'combat wounds or

;. ,* Boston "Evening Globe":*"Who can be '-without, sympathy take .direct, charge.of. community, Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th etion programming. From the service injuries you may be entitled .

>for the Negro children invoked? These innocent but incredibly GEMINI entertainment teen-age, domestic Those who practice the art of lips of the respected, and re to treatment only on a

-;.'.: courageous' victims of an impasse not of their own making are.sus Barn May 21st Thru June 21st. and'_ social projects 'are' not lack. diplomacy rather than steamroller 11 nowned. Soviet audiences often one-time completion basis

taming. in their most sensitive years, an outpouring of scalding. Those with whom you share romantic I tug and you can do justice to tactics are much, more likely hear views at total

:. lJ oni''and vituperation '. that no man.,should ever llUffer..I ." adventures are likely to any or all of them., Of course, you to make their successes' reaUyoutstanding. those presented. by Soviet S. Korea ,.vet.
--. "A Credit To Taeir Cotmtry take things very seriously. Make must :. According. to the. 3rd alities.
.\ take into account the thru 5th should eran. If I take vocational rehab)

'r.. a.I St.' Paul (Minn.) "Pioneer-Press": "Moral courage, of ,a high certain you are not being impel [strengthof; your physical. energies acclaim or you publicity as forget long the as Supported by the American litation training, will I recdve

: order was shown by the Negro students who quietly and calmly by frivolous whims as you will I and cash resources before you you receive the cash and other Committee for Liberation, of ODe VA check each month,_, the

presented themselves for enrollment and ignored the threats, curses discover: later that you will not commit yourself. too deeply to material rewards. The desire to which Howland IL Sargeant is I'same as Korean GI Bin trainees,

'. .and jeers of the crowd which the Faubus troops- attracted and be let oc the hook easily. The anything. ensure security for yourself and President, Radio Liberation broad. out of which Pm supposed; to take

:. stimulated. These youngsters and others like them elsewhere in the presence of young people" arid 2-30-55-2S-52-256. your loved ones could come in :casts exclusively to the SoviTPEoP's et care of an my training costs?

"South crd1t to their The vicious attiJ3ide friends who stimulate your ,imagination .
are a country. law-defying some unexpected fashion, througha
t" of those arrayed against them brings shame ',to Americans will be an important VIRGO legacy or a fortunate stroke.
factor in bringing'zest to your
eve, .. 'yWhere." Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd 9-80-55- -53-983.
life. The things you learn and<
,1 t. Des Moines (Iowa) "Tribune": "The lonely' heroism of the the skills you acquire now win There are no strings tied to the I PLATFORM

Negro children who brave,, rocks and jeers. and howling.. mob to go have immense value in the daysor opportunities you1 have to feather AQUARIUSBorn ]I i

..'f. 'to,school '. .1e. one off, the great sagas of our: agd Atones can years .to, come. your nest, unless you are the one Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th

', bruise, stones can km, but a child can.'get keyed .up to face' death ll90-r-33- 9-31-431. who does the tying. The 5th) There would. be no fair reason

1 .' like a veteran. The hurt inside is deeper Behind the, torment- should bring the big payoff for for those who are free of binding
ors' ugly obsessions and still uglier behavior, they see. the kindly .TAURUSBorn the endeavors. sacrifices'and good I ties to reject friendly overturesor

neighbors they have halfJcnown all. along." April 20th Thru May 20thIf deeds, past wade present. Sound proposals of marriage. And. IS EDUCATION THE ANSWERThis
investments that' may not have for the Aquarians who are ,al
u"expeCt to get the results '
Kt,f are far looked like'.much at one time may- I ready enjoying wedded bliss, is the first in a series of letters to be written to the
you you
now begin. to offer excellent re- there should be new opportunitiesto FLORIDA STAB '
by "White .
a Citizen
will stating his
have too ,assume greater ,.responsibilities views and ,

LETTERS To The EDITOR; land stretch your turns.4-80-77-79-75-486.SCORPIO. ., and deepen to find mutual'added understanding reasons for. possible solution" for the Jacksonville.. segregation problem. '
i talents and skills to take on much
long-range planning and mutual FLORIDA STARP.
larger territories. There is little
cooperation. O. Box 561 have not agreed, with, and other
: .. doubt, no matter; how fatigue .
i.r e-40-99-38--97-647. Jacksonville Florida things I think
.' ; v:::. t;, September 27. 1957 It may leave you that ,you win Born 'Oct. _24tfa thru Nov. 22nd they should be
Mr. Eric O. Simpson. Editor: -.- be more than amply'aatisded with commended. I think the NAACP
The necessity of being veryclosemouthed PISCES Mr. Editor:
,'2323'Moncrief Road "': '. ." the products of ecorts. But, needs
more like
r* : :. -' V your men you and less
.I in whatever you Born Feb. 19th thru Mar. 20th Let me congratulate you on the .
Jacksonville, Florida *I ":'Xvcfv f when you do have same. leisure 'cfgar smoking politicians" wkb

? ; c' ,.' >, ,_' -. moments'" it would be wise to use have up your sleeve is strongly There are warnings that secrecy fine job you'' are doing in fightingfor stir up hatred And are only in
be not the "advancement" and
may required so
Dear Mr. Simpson: thpm up resting and relaxingre. emphasized. by the 3rd thru 5th. as it for the all-mighty dollar. _
.: to permit rival individuals ,or "equal rights" for your people.
I than in the of The more business
.' pursuit you can bringto When President Eisenhower
> groups to .snatch the victory You, are not alone in this struggleand
.- Thinking Americans are all concerned about the disturbing head. nvstrenuous- pleasures. a successful conclusion this signed the Civil Rights Bin on it
from your grasp.;' Also 'check on I hope and pray we will
lines reporting racial conflict in many parts of Your Country. Time 7881986728. week the better this will August 2d, It was the greatest '
as give all sources of information before both live to see the day whenAmerica.nim1
invariably reveals that patience, tolerance and understanding would step forward for
.you more time for the many preparations you make definite commitmentsas will blot out Communism your people
have prevented these, unhappy incidents. CANCERBc since Abe Lincoln freed the
you will'soon have tomake. there are signs of mistakesin and all other "isms" and
t I
Every employee of the Sheriffs Office is dedicated to reducing -; Tune 22nd Thru July 22nd Your efforts to slaves. I want to ernestly urge
arouse transmission or deliberate mis. prejudices in this great countryof 1
racial tension and preventing those things that create friction. ":':- Is an ideal week to bring that your people don't abuse
sympathy and raise money for information It could be to ours. Yes. even in the south.I .
r History as wen as current events proves the Segregation-Integration yc' ---in affairs to a successful charitable and, other causes ultimate your their rights as citizens by actingtoo
disadvantage to live too enjoyed editorial last
Problem? cannot be resolved by force without increasing tension and ccr-: -'9n. Whatever you do in should< your hastily in matters of education ,
now meet with than i
-' more far in the future and to lose week in which you were answering .
jeopardizing a peaceful solution to this most. important, matter confronting the y of home improvementsor a favorable and voting. Don't take the
response. sight of reality. charges that
you were being
r American people today. b the sale or purchase of law into your own hands, and
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t Realizing the responsibility all newspaper, radio and television pror- 'y should benefit your pocWc ... don't try to force the "white
;' ,- '=. d1a have to the lieve- I- sneak- -- -for-- the-- -maioritv---- of--
.. public on .such vital questions! it is k to an unexpected degree. citizens" to accept you in their

Y.my fervent hope that controversial issues can be kept, to a minimum- I' the welcome g.at on the the white citizens in Jacksonville schools overnight as they havein

; or handled with all possible .... do" when I say to you that we areUforH
discretion Since your fine 'paper has T people you like or who Arkansas and Alabama and

S i, V a wide circulation I trust that you win cooperate with good law car '' vorably affect your career. # and not "against" any other places. Give us a chanceto

;. enforcement to the extent of making available, to us any information Yet: rapacity for, hard work isrm organization which has as its purpose educate our people to the idea,

v that can promote racial harmony 'KIndly can this office at any rrmer.! the betterment of its members and In the meantime, be educatIng -
i time far accurate information on **NEWSPAPER spiritually, physically and
( : any matter effecting your people 2.--- 2z-12-21-212. your people to increase their
,' Co > to order that you inform "leaders financially. For when those mem-
t may your, on the latest happenings knowledge and better their stand 'i

J of Interest to them. LEO bers become better and prosper, ards of living' so that the "white

l ,. :: ,' :-. T ?tinf that you 'wm cooperate with :us in every way possible B" ..' 'uiy.23rd Thru: Aug'f23rd then the community becomes better :citizens" .win not only allow them.

te prpmote. good citizenship and through 4ne education of jour :.._ desirability of keeping':the and prospers. to attend their schools and vote
: xwdfizs I '* -, I am not fully aware of an *
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.It CO .. ; ..._.. -J. -ht.i.. e.1 j! ;;. j, overthe. emotions..6is that the, NAACP stands for. An but"laviW'' them in with a

.... : ,'I} ':,t.. (j".m.rr: ..:' '_ < : : 'L ;.-":,'hand-eas'. this 'abuts. out I'know is, what:I have-read In them hearty as handshake fellow Americans and accept'

., i ".:* t--li- ,\ 0J the nger' of maklflg_ sajr ms. Some of the tatogi
'. Sheriff of DIiVAl j> : the papers oF !'

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.. with haW stewart Si
M? James w11I'be happy to learn,of Themembers ,of the Plaza",Sewing
The beat way I could think of to '
his convalescence at his home. Circle who spent a very pleasant
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introduce myself to the readers,of the .,..
::: vacation in New York City
': FLORIDA STAB is to tell ) that '-. : ,':: Mr. James was recently hospital. are Mr. and }Mrs: Claude Bryant

; in undertaking to write this weekly :4 :LI i ,. lied but is speedily recovering. Mrs. Annie Perkins and, daughterand

&,, "column of.society news I am'pIedgtng He is principal of Matthew Gil. Mrs. Leila 'Thomas.

my&elf.to. serve each of you ,to' the yY yN d'. bert High School and a member L. Lewis is the reporter. -
best of ability. All I ask is
my your
of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity.
cooperation that send '
you me
news about social
your your events,
club parties, banquets or weddings to Mrs Naomi Nottage. a former I ; ,
reach our office not later than TUES resident of Jacksonville and member : .x

DAY NOON for publication Friday. of SL- Paul AME Church,.whois I

I : now residing In West Palm I
; Beach house of Mrs.
was a guest
r- This week is a very significant week "National Newspaper :.:
Week. Significant to all of us in that our newspaper is an integral -I r ; t ,,.,,; : 8 Etta Parker, recently. i
part of our community. It shares our fortunes, our sadnesses and : .' .

., Joys, all of our adventures, big and small; and most important of 1 1tj Mrs Eugene C. Lucas of 536 \
all, it serves us individually and our community hi .all matters from 1/: /
W. 17th St. left the city Sunday,
the dally weather report to the protection of our freedom. And the
Sept. 29, to attend the World :
most significant news in this week's newspapers aside from the '
Little Rock incident of course, is, the "much.heralded"15lt of ; 1 j; Series. She will be the guest of

Queen Elizabeth, who Is scheduled to pay the U. S. a call this her daughter and son-lnJaw, 5Xr.

: month, and for whom hundreds of people are now feverishly pre. ': a.:: L LT4 and Mrs. Henry (Hank) Aaron. p 4iSwC'

paring. Women everywhere will be interested in her arrival not Mr. Aaron is the home.run kingof
only for a closer look at her regal style of dress and smart sense :
the Major Leagues and o mem.
t 'of fashion but for her_ admirable dignity of bearing and calm serene
'Ii. ber of the Milwaukee .
ity. A Queen is coming A Queen who has carved a decided nichein itii Braves.Mrs.
world relations for herself and her country. This visit should ..

,." prove interesting William Toney. wife of
local optometrist, Is convalescingat
On the local scene is the awareness of a "hustle and bustle" II Appearing in the pictures
home after a brief illness for
atmosphere of school activities taking place.. The.Faculty at Douglas !
shown here are participants in -
Anderson held their first social at the school last week with a get- : : was hospitalized.The <

acquainted Barbe-que. Everyone had ( gay time really getting to the marriage ceremony of the CONTINENTAL DEBUT Talentcd -

-7; know one another and building the co-operative,. spirit so necessary Eiw former Bliss Mercedes Kelley. Baptist Ministers Wives Marvyne Betsch who, returned -

for, co-workers. .' and Albert Cullins which was Alliance will meet for their Octo. to Europe early .this! ..year

.. -. : r solemnized Friday evening September ber get.together in the home of to continue her musical studies t ,
-.. 3 olr : .; THE TUSKEGEE CLUB' presented"a portrait 'of Booker; .1'. I, 20 in the home of Mr. Mrs. Essie Grisseee, 1012 AcornSt will make her European debut! in
; Washington to the 33rd and, Pierce St. Elementary School at a 're I The Alliance .has enjoyed a the Hanover Music Hall: in..Han.
_.. J "cent assembly'meeting. The presentation was made by Air. Ralph B. I and bars Dave Graham, 723 successful vacation and have ho- over Germany on Dec 19.

Stewart' who is president of the Club. The picture of the late educa. Pippin Street. nored Mrs. W. I.. Jones at Mt. The charming 'ouni Jytle sop.

tor is to be placed in the auditorium of the School. The Tuskegee JHtii (i At top from left is the Rev. Sinai Baptist Church. rano who is the daughter of the

'... Club plans other presentations of Negro leaders_ and educators to ov2S.. -J. J. Jones, pastor of Antioch The president of the Alliance, Betsch of 5CG West 8th Street,
:...schools. in Duval County. Mrs. H. H. Robinson, is plann. Jacksonville, recently returned to
: "'' -,. '' t |j Baptist Church who performed ing an extensive program for the Germany following a bacation in
THE SMART SET, an organization of..some of the most beautl- ( : I the ceremony, Mrs. Ruby hem.don coming season. Italy.

".JI'V"' .,' ful young ladies, in the city and also expert bridge players held It! bride's maid and Mr. lIerI .

; their last meeting at Daniels College Inn. Serving as hostess was .e.3.r-r- |I man Shaw who served as best

,,; Mrs. Nellyvonne Russell. ''man.Bottom. Very Special Pineapple Pork Chop Roasf
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., :"If-,., ..', TIlE' ALPHA WIVES held their monthly meeting at the Country Y.s.Y I. Photo-Mrs. Mercedes z

;.tt Club Tuesday night Mrs. Vera Davis, who is president of the : :... Kt.. :.: wts j ,Kelley Collins and Mr. Albert .
,4:; organization appointed committee chairmen for the
coming season: Cullins, who were united
s. ': .' Mrs Irma Word is chairman ,of the Welfare Committee; Mrs. Lois I ;t AP
'; Izzard- is chairman of the"Social Committee; Mrs. Charlotte 'Dwight 7X''Ciy :,!fy':: In holy wedlock Friday evening, CC tt

Stewart Is committee<< September 20 are shown cutting .
., '" program ? chairman and Mrs. Gladys, .'Bryant
....'..,., heads the Entertainment Committee. ; :4 :.SA.h' i'..FM'vai1 l+ r the' wedding cake following the -

'*. '* ceremony '

.-* i t"...IEvJ7IHIANrrE; $ ar P. planning to .hold their first meeting of
.. I-;. 1.,.! enl ,:season next 'rlday, 'Oct.\-13. Thia'\grbbp 'of dig a amen ...
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are .doing much toward civic! improvements in. ".A
the community
_' ;Jl.j. ... pitching girls, we need your I help.' Keep CC UF CAMPAIGNTO : AIstO HEAD l PADRICA .MENDE"L", "' .J
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A request from your'new Social Editor, Mrs. ,IJatti Stewart,
<. is. being,made for any member of a social club or any organiza NAACPDRIVE James Weldon Johnson Junior 9 5 I I.
Division 85 of the CommunityChest
., tion in the. city interested in bringing news notes or Information United Fund Campaignheld .. High School is presenting Miss

;p c- concerning club activities o about people to the public eye two organizational meetings Padrica Mendez, ;Soprano in a
through the Florida Star, to'write phone deliver
or the notes
in person. lira. Stewart is anxious to receive recently for the purpose of ap CHICAGO Grand-Recital, Monday Nov. 18th
t your letters. Write
:: ;: pointing Chairmen and setting of
to in the schools'
: FLORIDA STAR. 2323 Moncrlef Rd. gymtorium. The
c/o Social Editor
Areas in the Division:
t.,: ,,:> .. or Phone EL 4-6782. There is no charge. for this service.LORD'S Alton Adams, Jr.''was appointedas CHICAGO-Ernie Banks, the program will also, include the A galaxy of good things go into dressing. !

{ : ,n. Chairman, Fred D. RichardsonIs home run hitting shortstop of the Trojan Band ana Glee Club. ( Some food flavors just naturally seem to accent each other,
r;'. '"" co-chairman and Mrs.:- Elnora Chicago Cubs will serve as chairman Miss Mendez is a newcomer to -such as pork and pineapple. You'll agree they make the,
:: H. Johnson as coordinator.The of the 1957 NAACP membership the JWJ faculty and a native of best of partners once you've tasted Pineapple Pork: Chop
;{:1, PRAYER USED AS EDITORIAL Division will campaign for the Chicago Jacksonville. She is an alumnusof Boast It's real 'fun to cook something,,different, and this
headquarters combination
will give
you a new taste treat. I M I
.1 : # be located in the James Weldon branch of the organization. St. Pius and Stanton Schools. A galaxy of good things go into 'the stufling-choppfi

VAN Johnson Branch YMCA, 415 Broad Banks. has, been a favorite of and holds a B.A. degree in music parsley, ginger, marjoram, onion and celery-with deut
._ BUREN. ARKANSAS -_ The integration of 24 Negroes St..Jessie W. Word as Campaign the Chicago fans from the time from Bethune-Cookman College. pineapple chunks added for a just right, fruity flavor. I

', into a previously all-wh.te school in Van Buren caused so much Adjutant.The he played,his first,.game with the She has had a wide experience PINEAPPLE PORK CHOP ROAST ,/ I

:p,: : uneasiness that the weekly newspaper printed the Lord's Prayer on organizational meetingswere Cubs to now, and for a short en the concert stage. She was a 6 Salt lean pork chops .2 cups canned pineappletidbits I '

:; *the front .page. attended by the following spell this year he took aver the featured soloist in the Spirit of Pepper f. :1 ;

c' Some of the readers told the, Editor,: :i ,, Agency Heads: Mrs. Florence home run hitting honors from Cotton Contest in Memphis, Tenn.in Paprika '. 2 tablespoons chopped ,i i.
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'nJ Dixon of the YWCA Branch, Miss Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee 1955 and sang at the Brother, 2 tablespoons batter parsley 4
.<<...a."I think that's the best piece of reporting in the integration Eartha M. White of Clara White Braves. hood Luncheon In Washington.D. 1 cup chopped onion % teaspoon ginger : "* .i

-1.. question that has been printed yet" Mission; Mrs. Ruby Morrissetteof In discussing the, campaign C. in 1956. _% cup chopped celery % teaspoon marjoram '

-'; Blodgett Homes Nursery .and Banks indicated that he was more The JWJ Glee Club under the 34 cups lightly toasted % teaspoon salt -

Jt Jesse W. Word of the YMCA than pleased to make home runs direction of Mrs. LB.. Black day-old bread crumbs % .teaspoon black pepper

Branch. in behalf of civil rights and first shear, music department chairman .Trim any excess fat from chops; sprinkle with salt pePPtrprika. .l,
class citizenship for all Americansby will make its first public Brown lightly in greased frying pan. Remove. Add;
The Executive of the
I :butter.Saute onion and celery until soft but not brown.
f-\ o. JOHNNY Community Chest. Fred Huffman heading'up the Chicago NAA appearance of the term along ;jPour over bread crumbs. Stir in drained pineapple, parsley'
SHAW gave highlights an the overall CPs drive to secure 20,000 new with the popular Trojan band i spices, salt and pepper. Stand chops in loaf pan, fat side lip
,, which has been under the direction I with
"- : Community Chest organization. members. stuffing between each. Hold chops together with 2<
,7'A: The Good Neighbor Chairman of Banks called all Chicagoans of Mr. Ernest R. Wyatt for metal skewers. Bake in slow oven (300 degrees) 12% hours.!
R D the 2 Makes 6 sezvh us. _
,1 i : the Chest, Mrs. W. R. Harrell who believe in civil rights and past years. I
first class citizenship to rally to The program is scheduled to
and ,Mrs. Allen B. Harden, Chairman -
:> of the Riverside Division of the support of the NAACP, not begin at 8 o'clock. JL

I, : '"Jumpin' With Johnny77COMING the Good Neighbors brought in- to fight against the laws. of the

> : teresting their views group.and informationfrom i the land law.but to fight on the side of GET ACQUAINTED SIP The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER

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YOUR WAY The Executive Committee which TO BE SPONSOREDBY
;:, consists of the Agency Heads A GUIDE TO-SCHOOL MYRTLE
" f 10:00 A., M. '' handled by Businesses and Good The Mothers Club of James
) GUIDE TO SCHOOL INTE- Key West BREAM __________--________ Lb. 29c
Neighbors working together. Weldoti'
: :'f.t -. Johnson Jr. High School,
:' There will be individual Chairmento GRATION is the _. ._____ Lb. 32c
f 255th in the Mrs. Jennie V. Crockett Fcy. Froz. WHITING ______--_ .:
? 3:00 6:00 P. M. president -
handle each
precinct. Public Affairs Pamphlet series will sponsor a Get Acquainted BLUE FISH Fine for Broiling _____-_____ Lb. 35c

< which is now in its 22nd year. Sip at the school Thursday RED BASS for Baking __________i______ Lb. 39c
TURKEY RAFFLE The series has included many night Oct. 10. .
I Monday Thru The of the CATFISH ____--____________________Lb. 49c
Saturday GIVEN BY LUCKY other distinguished titles covering purpose sip is to i

social and economic acquaint the parents with each SHEEPSHEAD ________--__..______.: ___ Lb. 32c
problems ,.
I r OVER .SIXTEENTh family relations, health and Inter. other. The P-TA, Solomon Jones, SPECKLED TROUT. ___:.....:-_:._________... Lb. '55c
.., '_ Lucky "IS" Sewing Saving president, will also be present toacquaint : '
\ Circle is giving a 15 group relations.The themselves with the Standard .. I
t\ October away 10th challenge of desegregation par nts. OYSTERS for Stewing _-___.-.;--____ ----.:Pint $.I.OO
turkey on :
'. 4 win' not be solved by school The :Mothers Club is striving to t .
i : At 8 pun, The drawing is to Boneless 't

( ,--' : WOBS"JACKSONVILLE'S be held in the home of Mrs. ,people alonethe pamphlet con work up interest in the school's JUMBO SHRIMP ________-__________.. Lb. 1J9c
cludes. 'Community leadership I activities that will )
...,t' Willie Griffin 130 W. 28th St. educational surpass any RED SNAPPER Sin. Sizes Lb. 59c
working with leader- in
previous years. Every mother '
President :.ot the club Is Mrs.! t
; ;.,' :. i ONLY AIL 'NEGRO Fannie Bobtason. Aba. Therda.*: ,ship can establish the kind -of every member of the "P.TA and
,White wffl'be-la charge of 'tbe. climate In 'whichdesegregationcan all fathers are expected to be FREE PARKING" SPACff SIDE, AND REARSEAiOoi j

; -t PROGRAMMED, D STATION program:lor tbe oee IJOD. take place with :benefit to present. Parents who have children .. t

I all in school are asked to become THE CENTERMyrtle
# : It would be weB for
r our local members of the Mothers
'Hl.IUID '
;;' : :. DIAL4 Patronize Star Advertisers- groups aad'clty<< officials to study'the Club. the P-TA and the Fathers ue+ and Adam* -- Phone .E1.4-t.\ss, \

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j: TOOBSJj71j of Bethel-Baptist Church, TRUE PRINCIPLES OF ALLEN :

Southside the Rev. S. Love, will
_ begin his seventh anniversary as ,

: ANNIVERSARYDistrict pastor, and the 77th- of the .>.:. t The African Methodist Episcopal Church has formed another organization

_ church Monday Oct. 7 and con. t ;: ; to be known ,as the Sons and Daughters of Allen adding =- 4

No. 21 of the,Mt Ara- tinue through Friday night. r __ i to its long heritage of connectional bodies.

Tat Baptist Church will observe Guest ministers to appear Monday Several years ago the idea was' the times based on the 'Goldn

Its anniversary Sunday Oct. ,13 at night will be the Rev. M. L. born and the wheels began to turn Rule.

TT: p. m. in the auditorium of the Torwell the Rev. Sal Cooper, and, toward perfection of the organi- It is blieved that the Sons and

-chutch. the Rev. W. L. Jones. They will zation, but it did not come into Daughters of Allen is a connecUonal -

TIle ,anniversary' sermon will be be accompanied by their congregations actual being until June of 1957 in i strong point that is greatly

.delivered by the Rv. Dallas J. and reports will be made Baltimore. Maryland. Now the needed. Several of the Bishops

Gratem; pastor of Mt. Ararat. from all church auxiliary com Sons and Daughters of Allen is a have given official sanction and

:3f usfc for the occasion will be mittees. reality. five Episcopal Districts have or -

'furnished by Choir 4-B and the Guest ministers Tuesday night i ; The range of the Sons and ganized. Ministers and laymen

Gospel chorus. Deacons Charlie will be the Reverends C. C. Dan.. Daughters of Allen is connectional make up the organization.

,,'. Btisste and Geo. Henry to open iel, H. H. Wright and s.' L. Bad s. and is to practice the spirit of The president of the organization

',', ser1llce. ger. i Richard Allen, the founder of the Is the Rev. B. J. Cartwrightof
:" Appearing on the program will tL IL African 'Methodist Episcopal New Jerseey; Mrs. Clara Harrisof
Guest ministers Wednesday I
be Mrs. Josephine Brown, Mrs, Church. Baltimore, secretary; Mrs. W.
"- night will be the Reverends J. W.
Ada Starkes. Mrs. M, K. Gibson,I The African Methodist Church E. A. Harris of Florida; The Reverends
Mrs" Eunice Graham, Mrs Eula Curry, and R. Ragland. has planted and nurtured into full J. Edge of Georgia and B.

M: Young and the deacons of the Guest ministers to appear Oct. : 4'1;A maturity the following organizations F. Sumpter of South Carolina, vice

church. Mr. R. Fenn and Mrs. 10 will be the Reverends E. P. : Council of Bishops; Connectional presidents; Dr. >artha J. Keys of

Clarence Cunningham.C. Epps, J. H. Ross, W. '''M. Bell. 4'p Council; Brotherhood; Kentucky treasurer, Dr. Crump-

Parham Johnson who will z ? Laymen's League and now addedto ley of New York, chaplain.
k the list is the new organization. Director of public relations for
serve as master of ceremonies DAY SPRINGTO
The staff of officers are selectedon the new organization is Robert L.
will be presented by Deacon Lo :..,
D OBSERVE ;..55 their spiritual and mental cap- Morgan of 1450 Kings Road, Jack
.' renzo Conway. y- .'7 .::{'J'".::::':.'.;::zv..'.>.::::: ...." r.--.w. .. .. ';' -. ,. .. ,.= abilities to meet the demands of sonville, Florida.
Deacon Clarence Cunningham MEN'S DAY
leader of the district announced SPEAKER AT ACE LEAGUE-Andrew Boston: who was principal speaker at St. Paul ACE -

'. that the will begin Leaguers Program Sunday is shown above on the rostrum at center. From left Is Alexander Cottrell

promptly at program 3 p. m. The dlst- planning Day Spring to observe Baptist their Church AnnualMen's Is preesldent of the Leaguers, Sir. Boston and the Rev. J. A. Roberts who is pastor of St. PauL ST. PAUL LEAGUERS

:rfct is extending an invitation to
aU districts of Mt Ararat and Day on Oct 27 through ST. MATTHEW

other churches of the coty. out acting the'as day general J. F. chairman Patterson, In Is BAPTIST CHURCH WOMEN'S. GROUP TO PRESENT CONDUCT YOUTH SERVICE '


6. FIRST BORN TEMPLE charge Guest of solioist the activities.will be Frank HAS WOMEN'S DAYMrs. JOHN H. BOLDEN IN RECITAL HEREThe The first Sunday each monthis DEACON G. W. WHITE

McMoure: of
TO.HAVE PROGRAM Savannah. Ga., whois Sadie Tillis will be the designated Worship or Conse
a member of FAB Church.Mr. SLATED TO OBSERVE
main speaker during the' 11 a.m. oration for St. Paul A.C.E. Lea
Tha First Born Temple Is plan- McMoure will appear In the service at St. Matthew Baptist Women's: Day Committee of Saint Stephens AME Church ,
.. guers. The Service for Oct. 6 will JOINT ANNIVERSARY
hour of Music
1i1D g.ft program after service Sunday morning worship. Church West 28th St., for the groups 22 and 40j>have almost completed plans for the presentation
Oct. 13. The church Is, located will be furnished by the Male annual Women's Day Celebration of John H. Bolden, singer composer and band director In a fall be carried out by the young people

825 W. Monroe SL Those Chorus. :Oct. 27. Mrs. Etta Brooks will concert Thursday night, October 10th In the church auditorium.Mr. and very similar to the regu- Deacon G. W. White president

scheduled to appear are: Mr. Ed- Officers are: Sammla L. Davis also appear during the service. I Bolden will be accompaniedby lar worship services held by the of Usher Board No. 1, First New

-die Sutton Brother and Sister, co-chairman; Milton Hood. assistant Mrs. Margaret Dennis will serve Mrs. Annette Espy the director MEN CELEBRATE adults. Boys and girls will occupy Zion Baptist Church, has an.
Brother Robert Williams' co-chairman; Henry Larke of the Stanto-Musl-Cho of
Mac Ihtaw. ,
34 organist for the Women's nounced the observance of theBoard's
and perform the same duties as
secretary and Cecil B. Fisher, ANNUAL
and Sister Harriet MaeKelly. ; Chorus. New: Stanton High School. DAY AT
chairman of music and public re the regular church officers per. 29th anniversary and his
The public Is invited to Speaker for the evening service The program will feature many SECOND BAPTISTMen
Attend.COWWILL. lations. 'will be Mrs.: Aldonia Joyner. This concert favorites Including "La form. They will be conducted by 14th year as president.

service is, scheduled to begin at Donna E' Mobile': < from the opera the. Senior League personnel. The momentus occasion will ..

GROUPS TO'STAGE 7 o'clock. .Mrs. Emma Watkins. "Rigoletto" and numbers from of Second Baptist Churchare The Service will be conductedIn take place on Monday evening

CHARITY MUSIC who is general chairman for the George Gershwin's "Porgy and planning to observe their first the main auditorium_ of the October 7th at 8:00: p. m. In the .
& PLANS 1CTHANNIVERSARY FETE OCT.. 8, occasion the announcement Bess." Men's.Day Service to be presented .: ..
O3 made I
church,$ order to lend a worshipful church's auditorium locaed at
AT ST. STEPHEN of' many female artists of the The Band Parent Club of Dar. on Oct. 227 at the church, Seventh and Davis Streets.
atmosphere and to facilitate
y. city who are scheduled to appearon nell :Cookman Club will serve ,as throughout the day.A .
Club I musical 'renditions. The Rev. ,
Tits Good-wm Charity Male Chorus will furnish mu- C. C. Brown pastor
the for the concert'along with
plans their 16th Anniversary, The Male Chorus of Mt. Pleasant program. other guest clubs in thi sic for the occasion with, male Music will be_ rendered by the I of Spring Hill Baptist Church
leading city.
Sunday afternoon, Oct 6 at 3:30: Baptist Church Southside ushers serving on the committees. League .organist* Miss Sue Mat- will deliver the principal address

'pm.In the Bethxtna Communitycenter Alvin Crowfoni director, and the BAPTIST MINISTERS! I. A. lovely anting group the dt of young'8" social ladies"set Officers; :;for .i tire day. will .beBennie ,Oiewa.aid Mrs.Erma. x ,Bryant,: Deacon White and other per. 1 1sonnel .

,,' S31 W. Beaver St. A program M'10rus of Zion1 'Hope Baptist BROTHERHOOD l fc:. '{ '-1 .... hostesses for the Sloan,. chairman Alexander i music committee chairman. The of the planning committeeare
Is planned for the occasion. Church of which Mrs. Emma -e as Heard cochairman Thomas I Junior Choir making elaborate preparations
HOLDS MEETINGThe S-'-ne of the hostesses; to ; League will be under
Johnson is the. director will be finance committee chairman the direction of :Mrs. to insure an enjoyable evening .
Misses Gamble Daniels, : U. S. Me.
are: Carolyn
FOR 'DIUVEIl'SUCEN5ES presented in a musical contest Baptist Ministers Brotherhood appear, Gwendolyn Eason, Blondell ; F. Henry Williams,souvenir Neil, Jr/SupL The call to ':worship for all persons in attendance -
October 8 in 'St. Stephen AME chairman SiInI ; will be delivered .
Fleming program ; by young
thewomen's of DuvaL and adjacent comities Grant, Patricia Gloria
Church in the interest of
music committee chair Wayman
: will meet In regular l; session Heights, Annette and Aileen I mans, $ose. -
Or. learning To Brlve day effort FOUNTAINCHAPEL .
'Mrs.Rosa Curtis is the general Monday Oct. 7 at 11. a. m. at Howard Rosa Lee Kennedy, Mrs. man.Murray The' Sermonette for the service
AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL chairman. Mrs. J. W. Armstrongwill Bethel Baptist Church., Devotional Ruth S. Sharps, Jenobia Gen Judge Is courtesy committee will, be delivered by Rev. W. L. PLANS DUAL DAY i

El 4.0659.1134 W. 5Ua St. will be conducted by the Rev.J. wright Frances Rouhlac, Jennie chairman for the occasion; Washington of the Naval Air SUNDAY
serve as acting pastor for the OCTOBER 13
I also will be ,
J. Jones. E. Davis. Bettie Emanuel Mrs. serving ; Johnny Base and formerly from the district
Geo. L Perpesa, Dir. day. Mrs. Gussie Paige will serveas cochairman Mor-
Mack George
; of Louisiana. Rev. Washing.
Echoes from the National BaP. Davis and Mrs. Elnora C. Small.
mistress of ceremonies and advisor Thomas Williams Dual Day will be observed at
R. There is admission The pub. rissette. ; ton Is an accomplished speaker
tist Conventions by the Rev. no
will be Introduced by Mrs. Al-
chairman. Fountain Chapel AME Church
lie Is l1vited.MELVIN ; publicity and has recently Joined St. Paul.
H. C. Doublas. L. Jones and the Rev. C. A. Wea
DONALD freda Other officers
are: The Service will begin at 5 p. m. Oct. 13 throughout the day. The
Say Now Is the Time Mrs. Eartha McGovan chairman ver.The The public Is Invited. men, under the direction of Tom
T* Bay A '57 Pontiac ; Mrs. Juanita Green, 'deanof Address of the Day will be Daniels, chairman, will have
We're Hea Iiaa.kew. hostesses.. The program Is being delivered by the Rev. Fred Williams MALE CHORUSTO HEALTH charge of the morning worship.

Far 44 Models In The. sponsored by Mrs. Jennie V. ANNIVERSARY GROUP SETS Lonnie Hall Is steering committee
Low Price Held Crockett. Rev.. A. W. Pollock Is your re CELEBRATIONMelvin MONDAY MEETINGThe chairman y

OteasenstratsM Sundaysor porter.., OBSERVE The women under the directionof

Weekdays I WALL PAPER Grace lath serve as Plckett-Moncrief Health Mrs. Leona Daniels, chairman,
When Buying A PratiacB& COMMUNION SERVICETO master of ceremonies for the An will conduct the services for the
I AT BARGIN PRICES ANNIVERSARY Council will hold its meeting Oct.
niversary of the Male Chorus of evening worship.
Sure To Ask For
I BE HELD SUNDAYHoly tat, the Friendship Baptist .
H. C. DoaaJd Also PAINT Abyssinia Baptist Church to be Church the Rev. A. Anderson Cochairmen are Mrs. Bessie
( BILL SMITH METROPOLITANPAPER held Oct. 7 at 8 p. m. Douglas, Mrs. Celia Gooch, Mrs.
pastor beginning at 8
will ,
is I Communion services Male Choruses from Mt. Ararat The Male Chorus of Zion Hope p.m. I Mary Haynes. Mrs. Maggie Jenkins :-
PONTIAC STQRE be held Sunday at Mt. Zion Methodist Tabernacle and Little Rock Baptist Church will observe its At this meeting all plans far Is program' committee chair-

211 Kings Ave. EX &9711Ees. Phone El 30628HWest ; ) Church Lone Star, the Rer. Baptist are to be guests for the anniversary Oct. 21 at 8 p.m. In the building of the clinic will be man.
..! EL,a.2Ia Daniel Singleton pastor. the auditorium of the church. completed. The land for the clinic
Church occasion Other groups appearing
: H. a Donald The service will begin at 3 p.m. will be Choruses from Zion Hope. Stephen Sanders Is president of was donated by Jerry Carter In COLD SIFFEIEIS

The Rev. Mr. Singleton will deliver St. Thomas and Mt. Sinla The group and Mrs. Emma B. John- 1942.

the message and administer Independent Benevolent Societyand son Is the director.C. Expected be present are rep. CH STANBACK. tablets or powtftrt?

J ARTHRITISRHEUMATISM the Holy Eucharist. Choir 1 and Jewel Social Club win be Parham Johnson will serveas resentatives: from Floradale, Mag. The for relief STA H of B COLD A C K prescription DISCOMFORTS.typo
Usher Board 1 will serve. ceremonies and Rev.S. nolia Gardens .
guest societies. master of Moncrief Dins- formula i i. a combination; of pain relievinf
Today 7:30 p.m. monthly board will Andrws will deliver the anniversary more and Plcke tt. State. Ingredients that work together!
Usher Boards to be present
'meeting will be conducted by be Boards 1 and 2 of Abyssiniaand sermonetLServing The church is located on U.S. NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES

New Prostrate Gland Treatment For Prostrate pastor. The Twelve OCIock Boards 2 and 4 of Mt. Ara groups are: Mt. Ararat Highway 1, Just across: Six Mile clue to cold. STANBACK alto RE-> .
Prayer Band will meet Friday at Emanueland Male Chorus and ML Sinai Bap- Creek. DUCES FEVER..SNAP.SACK with
rat. The Male Chorus of STANBACK.ASTHMA .
.. Sufferers Hemorrhoids (Piles) Safe Approved the home of Mr. and Mrs Robert Dayspring Baptist Churches tist. The Male Chorus of Day .
Bartley. At 7:30 p.m., Friday Spring Baptist Church will be
Non-Surgical Treatments Stomach and Colon, Mrs. Mildred McKnight Choir 3,
will be held at the
tarry meeting
guest group.
St. John, Miss Johnetta Bush, ;.
Disorders Yelding to New Treatment. church. 'Choir rehearsal will be Miss Gloria Jean Brown the Rev. Others to appear are: Mt. Ararat ? s

held Saturday at 6 p.m. Quintet, Male Chorus of Emmanuel
It you suffer the aches, pains, and discomforts of any of thefollowing Orion Johnson and groups from .
Sunday: Early morning Chorus of
conditions CONSULT THE CLINIC TODAY! SL Paul AME. West Union and Baptist.Vall
will be held fonowed"by Sunday will West Union Baptist, St. Paul SHORTNESS :
Aathritia? Neuritis Sciatica Articular, Rheumatism Lumbago, School with Horace White In Bethany Baptist Churches AME: Tabernacle Baptist, Abyssinia >
Gout, Stomach disorders Systemic Acidity, Prostate Disease appear on this occasion.
charge. Morning worship at the Baptist, Bethany Baptist,
Elementary State) Endocrine Imbalance. Ductless Gland Disorders
usual time. Love feast and testimonial Little Rock Baptist and others. BREATH?
Malfunction of Thyroid Gland Diabetes (Functional
services will be conductedby ANNIVERSARYAT Usher Board 4 of Zion Hope
QKXSM) Bladder Disorders (Elementary State), Kidney Diseases, 2ND ;
the pastor. and Board 3 of Abyssinia Baptist H0
Nervous Disorders Enervation High Blood Pressure Gall Bladder MT. TABORLORD'S '
will serve. NO MATTER WHAT YOU
Disorders Rectal Disorders Colon Disorders, Prolapos of, CoICB .. F -
HOLINESSMISSIONARY PRAYER The king of the male ,chorus HAVE. TRIED-- .
1 Systemic Toxemia, General Debility, Migraine Headaches,
r Cfe&sttpation, Colitis, Liver Trouble, Jaundice, SlIms Trouble, UNION ML Tabor Baptist Church Is to contest will terminate between S

,,. : ; J IA; Obesity Malnutrition, Anemia, Vitamin De cleDces... TO MEET be the scene of Seconcl-Anniversary G.Byrd.Stephen Sanders and Deacon W. NOW

4 Tke Finley makes. s available,their treatment Union Knights celebration of K. 1'1:1omas.Guild of: The. Lady 9. Also appearing will be Mrs. 'THY N0-WEEZ .:
The Holiness Missionary Hazel Reynolds Cross of ML Ararat
l fir colored patients. Hours by appointment. only. will meet; Sunday at 3 p. m. _In HTC. The occasion Is set for OCt. Baptist. At the console and FOR PROMPT RfUEFOF

THE FINDLEY. CLINIC the: Church of'God In Christ. 1329 20he for the evenIng piano will. be Sammie L. .Davis THE SYMPTOMS Of + .
'" .J !Francis St. The president, Mrs. Cecil B. Fisher.FLORIDA.
JephOl. e' ,EL 64924. i f Ada Roberts win preside. Mrs will be delivered by the,Rev., ,H. and -IIItKNIAL AlTHMA ..

Riverside. Avenna.. Now.located to ors: sew I Norma, BeU Is speaker for the.'occaslon. T. Overstreet, who, Is pastor, of KONCHITIS.SOtD "
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1'T. t. -* F* ".?* A short rogram win be the church. AT&L -
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? bas been .. ,INEVERY.COloRED 4t6f .
The Masonic Family .
; s rendered.. AU missionariesare ;: -

1 .. ":8.1.I.BB..PINLEY..TODAr.f .. cbroaio.dimMMjfor/oyer: :89.years.1...:.. T. urged to attend. Elder':A.' BInes issued tend. ;,b'SpeCial'nytati0ri j; i to',at-' HOME : ( D.(1(1. lIJlJ.: t; ..-.

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Sara McCloud, daughter *

y, of 'M '. and Mrs. Roger McCloud BY E. J. VBEENS08

rf i of 216 N. 7th St.,, PalaU a, re- Mtdbea SfcsMt Vtfeika. Florid *
cently became the,bride; of :Mr. .. PBOJM BOB!' KW96 ,: *

rfr ..y Randolph Mcilillian of, Atlanta, Ie
E Ga. The double ring ceremony A Tbovgnt For The Week .

h "Honesty is the best poHcy" -, Franklin. *
in St.
{iri'.vi was performed Mary's Episcopal __ _
Church by Father Jones of me Blenders Gospel Singers .. +
Palatka and Father:'-Fred.Hunter will be presented Sunday nightat Flagler Hospital after undergoing .

,w of Durham, North Carolina. Miss Allen Chapel A..M.EL Church. a major operation last week. *. -- ;

Mary" Jane Lawson served as The program will begin after the Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Alston are lk 1-

maid of ..honor. Misses Clareatha regular service. Manager of the the parents of a'baby girl born ., .

Campbell, Clareathat= Willis and group is Mr. E. D. Brown. Mrs. last week. :
Rosa and Mrs. Lee !
Paige Cora "
Mary Ellen Long were brides- M 's. Willie Oliver left last Friday /We. .+-
Kinnon are the .
maids. Carol Ann Osgood and sponsors.Dr. for Tallahassee where she J
v'' I / i J. A. Long returned last tI
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Janice Wright were flower girls. will join her husband who is a
Wednesday from St. '
Roger McCloud Jr., brother of the former coach of Central Academybut

-c/r bride, served as th best man. A. ,where he spent 8 days in the now, of Lincoln High. : I

f1/i f yNGS L. Osgood Jr., Ralph Flowers and Flagler Hospital. The 'popular a
medic wishes to thank his
many tUc
Chris Bell served as ushers Mrs.L. i
friends for the cards and flowers
rendered for
the L.ceremony.Hardy music sent him. Wedding Bells

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Osgood hadas A Up of The Pepsi Cap Ie ,
..., ,. Hostesses for the receptionwere tit e I e ooUUodlnc young
rnY.YNW.Ar/w alt;:: : their house last week
Mrs. Fred Brooks, Mrs. J. guest Henry Edwards, Jr., 1762 W. American, who make our
CLUB PLANS ANNIVERSARY-members of The Nightingale Social Club who were present at : Mr. L. R. Russell. country and oar I
33rd St.. age 27 and Geneva Williams eomnnnlty
Mrs. Flossie
A. Taylor,
a meeting held in the home of Mrs Ida. McClain, 1070 W. State St., are shown above. From left: Mrs.. Mrs.Long Ethel, Pappy and Mrs Bob- Mr. and Mrs. David McClainare 1465 Mason Ave., age 24. .* a better plate In wLIch to llvo .

"Naomi Grimes, Mrs lIaggleIason, Mrs. Henrietta IJroome, Mrs. :Mattie: Brown, Mrs. Georgia Mungin the proud parents of a baby Armand Daniels, 1740 Academy *
bie Sanders. born r rt
girl last Monday nightThe
who 8en'ed'as co-hostess, Mrs Bessie Golson, Mrs. L. E. Powers and Mrs. Ida McClain, hostess. The St.. age 58 and Maudie Richard.son *
The couple is now residing at many friends of Mrs. Minnie 2503 Barnett St., 43. *.
Club Anniversary is scheduled for Oct. 27.
119 Mill Road S. W., Atlanta, Ga. Clark will be glad to'know: *
David Blackmon 521 W.ChurchSt.
that she is convalescing in the
., age 21 and Ever Lee Hayes i(

V. 1361 Van Buren St.. age 20. 1 .L. $
$ '
, It's Filter-Free NAT COLE AIDSNAACPWNNER Robert Martin, 1002 W. 20th ; t.

St., age 37 and Albertha Brown, *

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NEW YORK A telegram
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"' 'i" from Nat TOng Cole, popular ARE NAMED FOR BOOKEY PEEK i'
:,' ;-: : 1,1 It's Sand-Free entertainer, ordering one thousand Matthew Gilbert iC

.- -,, .. '. dollar's worth of tickets for Bookey Peek is an honor
.1 MONCRIEF P-TA student at
the NAACP Freedom Fund din. Gilbert High
I School. He is the son of i
ner to be held here on Nov. 22
:- It's all Porcelain Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L.
-;; was received at Association headquarters Peek.
r'3 The Parent-Teacher Assn. of He plays football -k
this week, Jackie Robin.
Moncrief Elementary School held baseball, and is a mem. .
son, chairman of the NAACP's
its first meeting of the new.school ber of the track team.
x I -... inside and out! of the Freedom dinner Fund committee campaign, and announced year lows: and elected officers as fol- 1C.L..L..L

... here today.
Mrs. Georgia Lewis, president; '-
i : The Freedom Fund dinner Is II{ JI{it
Mrs. A. B. Shehee first vice ;
.. ALL PORCELAIN expected to attract 1,000 persOns
WOTPOIMT president; Mrs. Rosa N. Collins, iCiC
from all sections of the nation
'. secretary; Mrs. Harriet Graham,
w FULLY AUTOMATIC WASHER who will pay a minimum of $100 .MrsC :. .
treasurer :
? Margaret Riley, x
> ": j per couple, Mr. Robinson said. iC ;
--t:: ,. chaplain; Mrs. Olivia.. Smith and
< : Purpose of the benefit is to Mrs. Pearl Home music Mrs. iC
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.::1. f'; v/ith Deep Overflow Rinse! ,, raise $00.000 for the NAAcPto, Hissie S. Solomon, reporter. t. ':

stimulate participation in the As- The .officers were installed by ,
\ r sociation's life mmbership cam. Mrs. Sarah M. Rice. it .... ....

paigns, and to honor Branch The nominating committee con- ,, .
i( : dI( ,
; y Rickey, Sr., former general mans sists of Mrs. E. 'T. Redding, Mrs.Lfcernice t. : .' 'fl .
-- ger offline Brooklyn! Baseball ,- W hI t e,, Mr?. Theresa 7"' -------

iti ".. ;eNbk' ., i s r1 Club, and Duke' Ellington', com {ackey. :
...... : : 1 a eb JULIUS MACKMatthew
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:t poser and orchestra leader. Credit i An appreciation program will.be

?'I).'. for an initial payment on a $500 given in honor of Mrs. Sarah M. Gilbert '
t kc nr
S '!. NAACP life membership will be Rice, who* has seerved as presidentof Julius is a member of
given-.each ticket purchaser, Mr. the P-TA for -thepast 5% '
; ,'"1''' ,G football .
squad, '
., Robinson: explained.In years, before resigning this school *
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t addition to Mr. Cole, well. year.William *, His hobby, is.art and he t, \

known persons who will attend Sweet expressed' the iC is also, a member i of the
r' the dinner include Mrs. Eleanor importance of all adults holdingat
! S. i ; ) Roosevelt, Oscar Hammerstein H, least .a, high 'school diplomaand track
_.5 5 .5 .\ .S S S 4 and ,.
a<' Miss Jinx Falkenberg. Steve explained briefly the. Adult .
: Allen, who has a television program Education Program in D u val *, Si
."" will serve as master of County. ...1IJit..1t..iL.w..w.rrrrr.
ceremoniesMr. Principal S. C. Evans gave remarks "

and introduced each member c.

Robinson announced also of the, facuulty.Itching -K .
"" that a national sponsoring com ,.
', mittee for the dinner has been i! r : iC'f'

..,...,. formed. Among those serving on Torture
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the committee are Mrs. Ruth E
Ellington .James, Rabbi EdwardB. KtMPTLY RELIEVE Er 'Z r.' iC '

Klein of the Stephen Wise '
formal antiseptic
!>o. A doctor's -soothing -

.:Lt.. tALL :-. Free Synagogue in New York, Zemo promptly relieves the 9.4 1
; : Mrs. Ralph Bunche, Dr. Benjamin itching burning Skin Rashes,

_ .. ... Mays president of Morehouse College Eczema, Psoriasis, BttSfVonn and
Athlete's l'OOt..Zd1d4 tt Ps seratcD-
in Atlanta, Mrs. Robert Man-
> laganasQaidq .1!
:.. gum, and Mrs. Benjamin A. fag rf irrlt&te lJ.eat.gemo
Cohen. Matthew Gilbert .j

I ,-- PORCELAIN : :, ny, .. .e-i.,+.crw tvx uvs'ry. r Maxine is a member of iC

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; 7 the band and an ardent iC

( '. ALL Po : ; (_ admirer of ProgressiveJazz -tc

RCELA-IN artists. She is pres1iC

S 'S S .J. !J :.... dent of the Young Wo C
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"<") $&):, !" "/" men's Council and In hertc
y. O ? ; f '\ : +'.:f senior year at Gilbert. C

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compare with other .. Cola to these three Merit
washing action with Deep- _. ..-; ... r -ft Award WHIMCS!
Overflow Rinsing FLOATS makes seelling for over $300McDUFFS -
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.. This wonder- PRICE .'- I \VKIIC,. 1400 on your dial .

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built Especially for "';. ........ "". 1. are: ,
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: t :. From Sections Of Beautiful FloridaI I

.: ,N s Grandpa Truman



; .v. SCHEDULE .: NEWS IN 11TH EPISCOPAL .DISTRICT DeliveriesNathaniel

PALAf FLA. A Great Allen Chapel A-M.E. Church
f r '*0- f*2 Sip On High and Catherine Ellison
Healing 'ReiVal'wUI Springs will be the scene
1:02-:O5 News ft Weather begin Oct. BETHUNE IS HOST Jr., 1024 W. Union St. Aug.
7 at' the ChriSt of first conference of a series .of -
.:85- 7:" Hekvea's Road (Deacon ,. Church of God in 14. Girl.
Grace) on 'N..ltth j L'The program will eight conferences of the llth Episcopal TO PLANNING GROUP
1407:03 News A Weather George and Rose Morgan Rt.
beaus. raL'&lp',11m..,, District. AME church to
-3-1:00 Morning ,Capen (Bob 1, Dinsmore.
be held Aug. 16. Boy.
Hudson) Oct. 9. The Rt. Rev.>S. L. Bethune-Cookman will be host
0.- ,:G3 News A: Weathen Greene will be presiding prelate. Willie and Gladys 1175 V7.
1 u.q t*3."IrtO Moraine Hudson) Capers,'(Bo*- St. Augustine The first conference is the to Planning Conference of the Beaver St. Aug. 14. Girl.

.OftJ News Weather Northeast Florida Conference., Cooperative Intercollegiate Examination Thomas and Vera Young 968

13-10:00 Jumpln Show (Johnny ST. AUGUSTINE A 'Saturday with the Rev. H. L. Smith, acting Program. on October 4-5 W. Ashley St. Aug. 16. Boy.

10.- -H.-03 News Shaw)ft Weather Nite Jubilee Program will be host pastor. according to President Richard V. Leon and Gertrude Bell 1549

10:03-11:00 Gospel Grace 'Train No. 1 (Deacon held_ at the Church of God in The Florida Conference will. Moore. Pasco St. Aug. 16. Boy.
110-113 News Weather Christ on W. King St.. on Oct. meet Oct. 16 in Fountain Chapel Mr. H. C. Hamilton Chairman James and Ruth Reed. 1228 W.

( 11:03-12:00- Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 (Deacon 12 at 8: 30 p. m. Supt. J. POMY AME Church Tallahassee with Executive Committee of Atlanta. 18th St. Aug. 17. Girl.

Ii 120-12:05 Local Daniel News) (Yvonne is acting' pastor. the Rev. K. S. Dupont pastor. Georgia stated that the two-day James and Karetha 1025 E.

125-12:15 Job Matt (Yvonne Daniels) The West Florida Conferencewill session will be devoted to ((1) A Ashley St. Aug. 18. Boy.

S 12O510 Noontime( Daniels TnnetlmOYronne ) .convene Oct. 23 in St James review of the past five years experience James and Josephine 1968 W.

; 1:032:00 10- 1:03 News &: Weather Kingsland, Ga. AME Church Marianna. with the (2)) Making detailed arrangements 45th: St. Aug 19. Girl.
Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
Grace) KINGSLAND. PA. A Youth Rev. E. Jones acting as host pas. for the continuation Roy and Dorothy Jackson 1905:
__ ., 20- 23 News &: Weather -
of the Spires St. Aug. 13.
23-.30 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Program will be held at the Pillar tor.The program (3)) Allocating Boy.
Grandpa Harry S. Grace) East Florida Conferencewill college responsibilities for Dare and Loetha Smith. 2930
Truman beams at being inducted as 30- 33 News &: Weather Ground and Truth Church centers -
a "member in good standing in the Old Grand-Dad Club.,, 33- 40 Jnmpln Show (Johnny Oct. 5th in the 2500 block of convene Oct.. 30 in Mt. Olove I and testing and the electionof Willow St. Aug. 14. Girl.

,( i. Said the former president "The absolute.lack of control I C*o. 43 News Shaw)A Weather Bartow St., Brunswick Ga. The AME Church the Rev. B. J.. Williams officers for 195758.BethuneCookman June and Catherine Huggins,
Way surrounding my elevation this new position makes' 43- 5:00 Jumpln Show (Johnny as host pastor. I 1416 Prioleous St. Aug 7. Girl.
,# rare and-pleasant Shaw) program will begin at 8:30 p. m. College is one
'. ,:.. 5:005:03 News A Weather The Orlando.Florida Conferencewill of 23 participating schools in this Harrison and Nellie Garmon
Presenting Mr. I
Truman with his- certificate
member* 933:45
f ampin'' Show (Johnny 2831
convene Nov. 6 in Bethel Lippia Rd.
I*Ip! is Milton S. Kronheim of Washington D. c., also a Shaw) program. Aug. 7. Twins.
member .of the Club in that area. SATURDAY SCHEDULE AME Church Deland 'with the Boy and Girl.
> 0:00.5*: Sim On HAMPTON
.:026-05 News & Weather STUDENTIN Rev. F. A. 'Massey as host pastor. Lemon and Thelma Clay 2012
.e 8:05-7:00 Heaven' Road The Central Florida Conferencewill PATRONIZE W. 18th St,
t 7:007:03 News A Weather Aug. 6. Boy
.:1: 7:038:00 Moraine Capers. (Bob convene Nov. 13 in St. MarX) FLORIDA STAR Val and Josephine Jones 1379

WILL BUILD A SEWING G MACHINES 8.008:03 News Hudson&:)Weather YORK Representingthe AME Church. Haines City with ADVERTISERS Florida Ave. July] 29 Girl.

1q, HOME WASHING 1IACHINES 8:039:0ff Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob United. Negro College Fund the Rev. F. L. Gillins as host

-. ),. ON yom LOT Sales and Service-Since '1915 9:009:03 News & Weather Paul Williams, a senior at Hampton pastor.

'." ,... For as little as $200 down BUTSELLKEXTREPAIBHAMWEY 9:03-10:00 Jumpln'Shaw) Show (Johnny Institute Hampton Va.. The Tampa Florida Conference r.t. .

,. or E.Z Terms to- suit you. 10:00-10:03 News A Weather joined'' three' 'students from other I will convene Nov. 20 in Mt. Olive
10:83-11.-00. Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne I '
.:t 1 CALL El -2957 or Fl 9-3822 I 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 11:00-11:03 News Daniels&)Weather I American
11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No.. 1 (Yvonne to interview V. K. Krishna Covington as host pastor
r. Daniels) Mencn India's Minister of Defense The South I v
12:00-12:05, Local News (Yvonne ; Florida Conference : ff IS
.F'" Danlels1:05IZ:1S ) on the COLLEGE NEWS will convene Dec. 11 in St. Paul
Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
12:151:90: Noontime Tonetlme CONFERENCE televised over AME Church Ft. Pierce the Rev.J. .
NORRIS .&, SONBAKERY (Yvonne Daniels) ,r a 4
r. 1:001:03 News & Weather the ABC network' Sunday Sept D. Washington, as host pastor.

1:032:00 Gospel Train. No. 2 (Yvonne 29. ,
: Daniels) -
-4 2:002:03 News &: Weather The students questioned Mr.
2:033:00: Saturday Session (Johnny MRS. LITTLEJOHN
Shaw Krishna Menon head of the Indian

...... 3:034:00 3:003:03 News Saturday&: Weather Session (Johnny delegation<< to the United CLAIMED BY DEATHThe 5''S
;.; w't: : :) Nations.' on the disarmament _
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PIES -x ,. I '4:004:03 News & a t oy 6
'1.-- -:- "; ; :,:: Weather 'currently
.: .r. '' ." .' .'. ._ r.' 4:035:00. Saturday Session- Johnny proposals before the many friends of Mrs. Elan
(. >_ ---'CAK.ES.. Shaw) General Assembly and on Far- che L.
7 -5:00-5:03 News A Weather Littlejohn were saddenedby
: 5:035:45 Saturday Shaw Session_ (Johnny Eastern reaction to the Arkansas her death at her residence

.. -:- ;DO NUTS :. SUNDAY) SCHEDULE integration problem. While Saturday morning Sept. 26, following
.:00- ':02 SUn On '- Krishna Menon declined to cem- ,
: short
a illness.
:028:05 News &: Weather
,1 WE SPECIALIZE IN WEDDINGS? :- .:05- 7-00 Heaven's Road"((Deacon'. ment on Arkansas which be considered '
Grace). Mrs. Littlejohn was- a communicant 'i
BIRTHDAY AND .ANNIVERSARY CAKES 7:007:03 News A Weather an,internal American affair J qf St. Pius Catholic Church J
.. 1 7:037:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon. he said it .was: significantthat
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t.. *. .< < Grace) and a well-known public school
7:30840 Latlmor Go"Ml Staten no responsible American
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.. 1.'." .. (LIT Gospel :Stnflnc)- teacher at Richard L/ Brown
.:00- 839 Healing Waters (Oral, leadership.had. taken a. stand onthe j
1223 JEFFERSON .,. : Elementary School She4 was a
: ;: .F '; Roberts) side of violence and that the
Eunice Riley member of the Florida- State
EL 49998YOU 1:>>- I.-M'lu'.nm.Center>,*,- United States, has proclaimed to Teachers
:,1 Assn. and the National
.11:00 Bishop 8. C. Johns the, .world. that the rule of .law
US-10:30 Heaven Fire Oospn ....w.. .. : Education Assn. '
Live. Gospel Slnrli< *'H] prevails. av 1400 WRHC
.. 1400
U30-1QC Temple of God (R.- /A
., Herbert) .. -*. ,Ruth ,Hagy producer ofT 1
11:45-11:00 Heaven's Road (De*.u.. '*'.rerence, served as modera .' "
Don't Have Go Town Get ,. V. -FEA.Tt1RES-
to to Grace)
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11:00-11:03 News A We&&h.rU:03UtO program one STOP .. ., .
Heaven's Road (Deacoa series of interviews with United KEN KNIGHT
Grace) '
LOW PRICESOn :12:00-12:03 News &:''Weather Nations leaders emanating from ,
Ul31:00) Heaven's Road Yvonne
Daniels) New York City. The COLLEGE RELIEVE "
1:10- 1:03 News & Weather KNIGHT TRAIN
., 1431:3 Heaven's Road (Yvonne TOOTHACHE 8.9 P.M .-' 12.1 NIGHTLY :
Daniels) originates in Washington D. C.

1:302:00 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church A rebroadcast of the programwas IN 20 SECONDS .., ,- SWEET CHARIOT
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I Hunting Anal Fishing; Lead-Sports In Money: Spending .1 I IIsi



{ r ON' Edward'Waters New Stara High i

The field of sport Is so. fixed that. people can pick their favorite Oct. Savannah State (T). Oct. Sanford (T).

game or event without robbing: 'themselves of their particular Oct. 12-Albany State (H). Oct. 11-Lincoln '
sport such as fishing, golfing, boating horse racing, boat racing NEW YORKthe fellow who .. at' Oct. l$-K1ttreU (T). ,

automobile!! racing, foot rating, bowling, tennis, baseball football hit the home nm that won the' .t Oct. 26-Voorhees (T). (H).

bas c tbaU, hockey and various other games and, how surprising it 1957 pennant for the Milwaukee <:;w NoVf; -FIorida Normal (T'). Oct. 19-Northwestern,*Miami.

is to'' know that more money is spent on, hunting and fishing than Braves, also won top honors in : Nov. 9SC. Area.Trade' (T)'. (H). ,
any other in Nov. 16-Wriendship C .
sports the field. : allege
the annual Oct. 25 ;
balloting by BTW Miami
majorleague (T). *
facts and figures show that -
there are more people who oWn as large numbers' as ever before( far the radio Look and TV broadcasters ,' I Nov. 23-Daniel Payne (H). Nov.: 1-Beach High Savannah .

r, pleasure boats in the United only now they are staying hometo ball team. AlkAmerican Base- ..Q (H). .

J States than people wto attend watch the game on TV in Nov. CampbeU, Dagonu, (1'). ;

r major league base alL stead of going to the parks. Aaron polled 157 out of a possible Gilbert. High. Nov.-- 15-Center- '

Golfers spend almost six timesas 'I Statistics point out that $2.5 162'points which made him Oct. 4-BTW.- Miami. .(H). cross High, Way-
one of the three a ( ).
much' money on their sport as billion was! spent last year on top point' get pet: 11-MID High (T).
_hunting and ters in the balloting.. Nov. 28 Gilbert High (H).
baseball fans, bowlers about four fishing; Boating, $1. Oct.' 17-Lincoln, Tallahassee ,

times as much. 25 billion; Golf, $3." million; The .Cardinals' Stan Musts, the (T).

Boating fans spend about 20 Racing, $254 million; Bawling. big man in the voting, received Oct. 25-Quihcy (H). f -

times as much as baseball fans. 196 million; Billiards and Pool 160 points and Boston's Ted Williams a Nov. Savannah (T). ... .

'The figures quoted on boating $75 'million, Baseball $53 million followed with 158 points. Nov. 8-Panama City (H). Douglas ., ;-!.

includes money spent On boats and Football $12 million Willie Mays, the Giants "big Nov. 15-BTW, Pensacola. (T). Anderson ..:' .

and boat accessories. Hunting and fishing lead the gun" missed the AllAmericanberth. Nov..28-New Stanton (H). -;
Hunting and fishing attract field in money spent for sports. Mickey Mantle of the Yankees N _' I e 1f"'ti. .s ',[ Oct. fl-- 4 GUbert 'ml' : > : :s.,

more sportsmen than baseball, The trend :shifted from, watching polled 148 points foran All- 4"A e f. Oct:. 18. -Green Cove.j Springs
to doing it American berth, Frank D. C. Vocational High V-v.Z
that spend at least 40 times omre yourself. Robinson, (Hr) -
money than baseball fans. the hard-hitting fly chaser of the Oct. 2-<3aInesville (Tj.) Oct. 24-Stanton ,
Over MAYS TO BARNSTORM Cincinnati Rediegs landed All yy4 id H'S)
the last decade attendanceat an ; Oct. Live Oak
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major WITH MAJOR LEAGUE National .- High (H).
league baseball parks League berth. == u : I Oct lS;-D.; Anderson (H);. Nov. 8-Bunnen M' %
\Ulla7: T |
has dropped off ALL ; : ( ); :/ *
considerably. STARS AGAIN Fred Haney, the pennant win. ENDS SUCCESSFUL ) Lucas, who Oct; 25Stanton: H "".' .,
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Most Nov. 15
of ,
the -Open.
top in the .major NEW YORK Willie Mays, the ning manager of the Milwaukee appearsIn .the picturemade his professional. baseball debut, ,last I Nov.

+ leagues have attributed the New' 'York Giants Braves says Look's AllAmericanis ,summer with, the. 'California League, posted an excellent record and i -Murray-St.. Augustine Nov. 22-Open. .,
hard-hitting ; :
fans drop in the number of paying and smooth fielding outfielderwill the strongest he has ever seen. held a batting ,avenge ,of 93. Bill is the"property of the Milwaukee : (1'). Nov. 28-Peck High, Fenian ;

to television and they in. He with Braves and stands a good chance of breaking Into the MajorLeaga Nov., 23-Gilbert .(H). diva (T). .'kI. *
( sise- that baseball fans exixt again assemble a team of says this lineup he -
in e.1. Bill Is. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Engune C. Lucas and the
big league stars and hit the barn. would bat Mickey Mantle second '
brother-in-law of Henry ((Hank) Aaron, the hard-hitting outfielder
storming traU'again with Hank I.
and Hank Aaron 1 : '
fourth. SIAC
of the Milwaukee Brlves. SCHEDULE
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16-:14-88 Aaron aharlng- top', billing. : ___ mX1MKUJA
The 'barnstorming team will ; A & M UNIVEESITY FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE

have,such stars Oct.;:12-;- ort..Y&ley" "<'J;) J Oct," '
971-80 375 as George Croweof -ClarkCor, Fort Va1l #
'the Cincinnati Rediegs at first LUCAS: CLOSES OCt. 19=MOrria .Biovan. Jc'Ham,( .: Oct 9--AUeo. mfirmhm. B.'c. ..
.. :\ Oct; 12.-ik'
This base, Junior Gillian of the Dodgers SPORTINiTPj coming) tH) Add: J)'orL aIIey.}
Watch down : Oct 26. S. c.
-B-Cookman Jackson.. Orangeborg.
at'second, Al Smith of the ( : '
vile ', ((Pe-.''-. 'Blossom'Clark)..
Cleveland'' : A SUCtESSRJL$ ) '
3 2 Indians at third base, Nov,2: Nov; Tuskegee J Fort*Vall y.
Gene Baker of the Pirates at ; Benedict' (T) Nov / -Morris Brovva.tCoh
O msb
3 NE FULLMER, the former THE, STANTON B L t.E DEVILS Nov .-riC.A.1c: T: 'T Nor. 16-Khaxvffle. f -os
ThereNov. .
shortstop, Frank Robinson of the .. -. ( ). ( )! :
% : Rediegs in the outfield with Mays middleweight champion Utah from gave the. Jacksonville fans BAH SEASON. Nov. '16- AUen U. (-T).*:': 28-Attany. : ;.
West Jordan.
and Aaron. has had a an idea, of what they- will have Nov. 23- Southern U. (H).

definite, promise that he would to offec-this season to the other Dec. 14-O.B. Classic ,]KNOXVILLE
Elston Howard of the Yankeesand I (Miami).| COLLEGE

4S-34 a Charlie White of Vancouver bp Sugar matched Bay by Bow the winner of' the members of the "Big: .0" confer William (Bill) Lucas, a Jack Oct. 5-JKentucky St, Frankfort;

614161 inthe Pacific Coast League, end With BaftOip eace. The an around play of the sonville native son played with, Oct. 12-Benedict, Columbia. S.C.
winning the Blue -Tuskegee
the ,
DevOs Knoxville.
Jim Pendleton win do utility duty gave a fine per. the Salinas Packards of the '
.. match, I+Fullmer will: have a farr Doe Oct. 5-Fla. Normal T Oct. 26-Bluefleld, Knoxvflle.
8o ..s 8p of his ridei'ceneraJ., California League during the 1957 ( ). (Homecoming) .

i fJ... d wDBe" The pitching chores will be I the chance to: fight BasQlo to regain! ship.The handling of the.team_ by season and batted .305 during the. 'Oct Oct 12-Morris Brown (T). Nov. 2-AUen, Knoxville, Tenn.
adds, subtracts middleweight 'erolvn. Fullmervon Blue Devils. 19-Benedict (H Nov.
handled by Don Newcombe of the Robert Parker ofquarterback regular-season, .314 including' the ) Morehouse, Atlanta, Ga.
Be trorta If aD aroaadFor the championship from Sugar Parker, was carried \ Oct. 26-Fla. A&1d (Jackson. Nov. 16-Fort Valley, Knoxvflle.
Dodgers, Connie Johnson of the pla1.oUWith 8 home runs and,
Bay and lost back to Sugar vile). Nov. 23-Ala. A&M. Normal Ala.
Orioles I out like a veteran. The visitors
Brooks Lawrence of theRedlegs I 29 stolen bases. '
-. October 12th Bay. aJso. Nov 2-Open.)
'S ad Sam' Jones of the put on a grand performance.
Lucas won the Most Valuable
3704=59 I Cardinals and Joe Black of the I I JIM BROWN, the AlLAmericanfrom : SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY'S Player Award and was regarded Nov. Gramling (T). LANE COLLEGE

Syracuse "University looks Jaguar Cats Nov. 1ft-Xavier.Tilt of Maroon I Oct. Mississippi Industrial College '

,-...- .. .- ->-, ... Seaatorsc. ..:... _._. _" great, to "Coach Paul Brown of clawt"or'g':Hectic are sharpening Season. .CoachA. their ay the!,.best. glove" man in theleague. : & Gold (Lakeland). ;,_ .l Jackson Tenn.. ..,. &-**. -i
He received beautiful Oct.
a Ua.
the Cleveland Browns profession. W. Mumford'and his assistants watch for being nominated Most Nov. 28-Allen U.. (Homecoming ," Ala.0ct,19Rust .St, College, Montgomery -.

al football team. Coach Brown are working all' the kinks- to be Valuable Player., ) .(H). CoL, Holly Springs

said recently that Jim had everything ready. The big, test of every teamis Miss. '
to offer that .team needs. the first game of the 'season The. young star was namPlayer ed Oct. 26-Miles College, Binning.
The -225 of'the: Week for'the' Salinas ALABAMA A &-. BI ham Ala. F
big;>> pound halfback isonly The coaches have an opportunityto Nov. 2-FLsk

21-years-old ,and, he has a find the weak' points,' .correct team more times than another Y.: Oct Oct "Morehouse_ Cop,, Atlanta. Tenn. (Homecoming University) Jackson. '
12-'FIsk TJ.;
His team finished Nashville
long time yet to come into his the mistakes and player. Tenn. Nov. Philander-Smith College
,grid for the Oct. 19-,Xavler U., New Or leans.
in '
fourth the
ow DID professional football. next game. regular season Oct..126-Allen U., Columbia S.C Jackson. Tenn. ,

t Brown was called 'the, greatest CLAUDE Buddy) YOUNG, a which is the highest in its five Nor. ,2-Ala, State, Birmingham

football player in collegiate football veteran of ,nine pro football sea. year history. The team won the Now 9-S.C. State Normal, Ala. MOREHOUSE COLLEGE
l Ii c iia play-off and the"Governor's Cup.: Nov. 23--Knoxville, Normal, Ala.
while he was at Syracuse. sons with the Baltimore. Colts, Oct. 5-Ala. A&M.Normal, Ala%

t 1\ .WALT DUKES, a seven-foot has been appointed club assistantin Bill as he. .is so well known Oct. 11 DiUard, Atlanta,, Ga.
among "his companions is agraduate Oct. 18-Ala. Etate, Atlanta Ga;
center who once starred at Se- I personnel and public relations. ALABAMA STATE
} s-a of Stanton High School, Oct. 25-Tuskegee, Columbus, Ga.
I) Ft ton Hall>has.signed a contrace: to Young: ? retired as an active play. Class of '53. He played baseball Oct. 5-Xavier ,U., New Or leans. Nov. 2-: ,Clark, Atlanta, Ga
play with the. Detroit Pistons er last September and immediately Oct II-Lane Cot, Montgomery.' Nov. Knoxville, Atlanta. Ga.
and basketball. He graduated Oct. 18-Morehouse CoL Nov.
Atlanta lS-Howard. Washington
joined'Baltimore's .
professional basketball tea front of.
from Fla. A Ar M. University, Oct. 25-Ala. State, Montgomery. D.C.; ;:
Dukes ,went to. the. Pistons from flee ,staff. He is the.first tan star Nov. 2
Class of 57. Bill played four -Ala. (&f,: Birmingham.! Nov. 23-Fisk. Nashville, Tenn?
the Minneapolis Millers in a Flay to be named to a front; office jobon lour Nov Savannah St. Savannah

er swap.,between the two teams. a major professional team.' years on championship Nov. 16-FIsk V., Nashvffle.
t -4l.
T: THE UNIVERSITY OF MINN. BID GAVILAN, former welter.wetgtit teams while attending- the. Uri Nov. 28-Tuskegee Inst. Mont, MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE:
versity. It was there where the Oct 5-Open.;
ESOTA ,has, three top tan grid champion has been signed t i
the Milwa Oct. ,12-Bethune.CookmaD. Atlanta
top brass of. .
t aspirants who are available for to fight GaSpar Ortega in a 12. ukeeALLEN UNIVERSITY Ga.
I Braves noticed his superior play
i the left halfback slot. WIfiie Martin round bout, Oct. 15, -at Wrigley Oct. 5-S. C. State, Orangeburg. Oct. 19-Fla. A&M Tallahassee
ing and signed Him to a contract. .
.a' sophomore from Wendell Field in Los, Angeles. Ortega, Oct 12-Open. Oct -Kentucky St.. Frankfurt.
Young Lucas is the son of }.{r. Oct. 19-Fort : '
Phillip* High School ,of ,Chicago the sixth: ranking welterweightis Valley, Columbia..
and ,Mrs. Eugene G. _Lucas. He Oct. 26-Ala. ,A&M Columbia. Nov. 9-Fort Valley St. Columbus
seems to have the inside track. :from Tijuana, Mexico. Gavilan '
win report to" Fort Bliss in (Homecoming) Nov. 16-S. CL State Orangeburg

.:,The, FAMU. RATTLERS seem is from Havana. Cuba, Recently November as a Second' Lieutenant ;Nov. Knoxville, (Knoxville) Nov. 23-Open. .

to be whipping into shape. Chtr- Gavilan has been belting away Nov. Bethune-Coctonan, Day. Nov. 28- Clark College. Atlanta. '

lea Young, OUous Barker. and Al at his opponents ii to the extent I In the Army. .. ;I Nov. 16-Fla. A&il, Columbia- J (Thanksgiving Classic) *
tona Beach 51&.
Vereen appear to be ready to goat that he; has given serious that ,

!. FOOTBALL' .fullback,,with Vereen the more he is oa his way up again. Matchmaker TIlE QUESTION of wen players SOUTH CAROLINA STATE ..

experienced of the trio. Leroy Jackie- Leonard C announced from an Negro colleges,make BENEDICT COLLEGE Oct., 5-Allen U., Orangeburg. '

6THRI, > ANNUAL FLORIDA CLASSICTHEBETHUNECOOSMAN Hardee, David Latimer. Thomas that the winner ,of the fight 'it in the professional coot bal l Oct. 5 Open. -. Oct. 12-N. C. A&T College,

Marshall, and AI Chavis are. aHset :would get a, shot, at the welterweight Oct. 12 Knoxville, Columbia. Orangeburg, S.. C. ". ,
WILDCATS at the halfback slots.- championship.BIG League died away and nobody Oct. B-Cookman.. Daytona B. Oct. 19-Clark College Atlanta.?
? i They asks that question anymore. Just Oct. 26-Savannah St.. Savannah. Oct. 26-Ft. ValleY St, Orange.
-vsTHE will not have :the speed of last "TANK" YOUNGER of Nov. 2-Fla, A&M, Columbia. burg, S. C.

FLORIDA A. &M. RATTLERS. year's backfield but they win the Los Angeles Rams profes- about every major pro team ..car.r Nov. 9-AUen U., Columbia, S.C. Nov. 2-Clafliri Col. Orangeburg

have the necessary ruggedness sional football team, and a form tan stars. Everyone of them Nov. 16 Miles Memorial, Birmingham. Nov. 9-Ala. A&M Normal,Ala. .
.. Ala. Nov. 16 Morris Brown, Orange.
'P" and power; On the .line AH-A- er power runner ,from Grambling has proved that he is ready for I "
I Nov. 23-Bishop College Columbia burg, S. C. (Homecoming) ;
-!._. '. In The :-',-.: merican Carl Crowell, Bobby College is really, having one of I'heavy competition. If you doubt : ,. S. C. Nov. 28-Benedict College 1 ,CoUumbia :

.; "GAME OF THE YEAR" Brown. Henry Harris, Charles his best years since he went into Nov. 28-S. C. State, Columbia, S. C. ?
football. it, ask Wane GaUmore, Bill Lee (Hcmecomidg).
HI n e s. Willie Wyche, Vernon professional

GALA FEE-GAME & HALFTIME SPECTACULAR Wilder, Riley Morris, Bill John THE BIG DISCUSSION ,circulating of the Bears and McChmg of the :TUSKEGEE INSTITUTEOct. : : :

Featuring The son. Samuel 'Cleare, Frank Merchant around the ,professional Steelers, aU from Florida A. _& CLARK COLLEGE ,5-Fisk U., Tuskegee. *

FAMED FAM-U AND B. C. C. .MARCHING BANDS Jerry Cardoza and William football circuit.: Js the scheduled 'M. Gehrig Harris and Alvin Oct. 5-Fort Valley (There) Oct 12 Clark 1J., Tuskegee.

Lee will take care, of the line. game ,between; tbe' ,Los Angeles Richardson ,from GraxnbUng Oct. 12 Tuskegee (There) Oct. 19-Knoxville CoL, Knoxville:

SATURDAY NIGHT,. OCTOBER 26 8:00 P. M. The Rattlers win be wen fixed Rams and the Washington Red who Oct -S.C. State, Atlanta Gate a. Oct. Morehouse CoL, Cohnn.
There .
are ( .
many Homecoming) bus Ga. '
with the returnof
at quarterback skins in Mobfle. Alabama. The Oct. 25-Ala. State, Montgomery Nov 2-Fort Valley State College
THE making good In the pro league.
T James Wmiams; He will be
first thing is, the Redskins are Nov. Morehouse= Atlanta, Ga. Fort Valley, Ga.

V: ,., Jacksonville, FloridaADMISSION ably supported by .Lee Royster. stm jimcrbw throughout-and to Tank Younger of the Los Angeles Nov. -Xavier, New Orleans, La. Nov. 9-Mfles College, Tuskegee.

: : Sammy Moss and,Benny: Stokes. bring the team to mobfie wherefurther Bams 'hone ofthe best, In Nov. 16-Savannah St., Atlanta (Homecoming)
Nov.S-Morris Brown, Atlanta. Nov. 16-DTOard U., Nd.Orleans
the Rat
Keep an eye on 1957. [ humiliation trill be metIs
pro football and be is also from Nov. 28-Ala. State, Montgomery.

Box Seat $3.50-Res.:Seat $2.IO"Ead Zone $1.50 tiers the thing -fiat.is being discus Grambling College,"down in Loaf 'r-
DANNY MURTAUGH has been sed. The' Los;Angeles Barns are FISK UNIVERSITYOct
: siana. .-.... 6.. ....' ........;. XAVD3B '
Mafl ciders for tickets Wm be alnitei'.after; October_ 7 b7 named pilot of' the Pittsburgh TveH stocked wife tan players. .. Tuskegee Inst S'Orleans.
Oct. 5 Ala.-,.State; New :
pad HydeBnsfcww' ; Manager .TUtluuio__ .OeotaHaa OeBege.BafteBa'iffltch. Pirates for 1958.. When. Bobby THE "PITTSBURGH PIRATES FRIENDS. .AND. FELLOW. 4 YIEENS : C1T Oct. -Ala. A&M, Nashville. New
Alai/ Orleans .
Oct 19-DiBard' U., NashvOle. Oct;'lS A a. ; ..
., Florida; H. K. Partridge.; .Bastes Mimtcer Bragaa 'was 11r .d. Murtaugh signed Benny Daniels of the HoilywoooT -.- .let me appeal to your, Oct. 26-Howard U., Washington c Oct'. 25--Jackson College Jack:

,, FJertto A tIIid M University.. ,TaHahassee. I ..,FterMa.Tfckete guided the Pirates r through the stars"Daniels wound up sound judgement: and clear thinking D.C. son Miss ,* '

i o* tale after October 7 ik the feB WtBc Jsi&juavfllftBo remainder of the 1956" season. the season being the Pacific 'as I ask 'YOU 'to support local Nov. 2-Lane college. Jackson" Nov.. 9--aanc Col., New.Orleans. '

Je..l. ; $jwx>'d Mario Btere 606 W. Ashley; OebeaBoatowuftt utIa' said, 'he' Jal AFb.d Coast ..League's top .rookie ,pitcher. football teams in the 1957 cam.paign. 4 Tenn.: : : ', 'yNov. r .. k M ", Nov. 16 Bethune Cookman Da: .

&sMee...B4J ies Harry JtB&estebL Ga. 868 W. to -get"the opportunity to manage Daniels was ,in.spring 'train, They want and need your 16-Ala. State Montgomery tona Beach, Fla.- J f

I the Pirates through a w>sot seaV mgj-wtta the Pirates and this support. 'ThVtoys? are"glvmg'the W"ov;: NaartUle.-- Nov;48--Dillard; New Orleans.)
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West 16th Street Lovely _Brick Duple Fine invest OF MT. TABORoc.u.A.Rev.aagwood -
ment. Live in one side and rent "theother. Po:1ee'reported' that a 31-year- AT JR. COLLEGEST.

Terms arranged. old manwuJmocked in the head By JAY JAY_ ; pastor

PRICE $15,009.99. with a hammer, by his girlfriend of ML Tabor Church
," PETERSBURG -- Enroll The Blue Devils of Stanton Hi! Baptist _
.West 19th Street I" Six (6) room Bungalows efl modern
X when he at-
rJ. '" .t .conveniences. Terms arranged. Saturday Sept. Next year is an important election ment at the s t a t e-supported Won their season opener last Fri. Leesburg Fla., passed away at -

PRICE >",rsee.e tempted to leave her. year in the Florida state law.making his home' at *>
Negro Junior college here so day by the Wild Wednesday morning :1
night .
AS West 19th Street Six (6) room Bungalow an 'modern. .Joe Smith of 1502 Louisiana .
If conveniences. Terms.. ... Street told investigating officea body. Most of the legisators greatly surpassed expectations cats from Pensacola 13.7. This o'clock. Rev. Magwood was a well? ;.

; f .., PRICE $8.560.09. that Marie RawJ 23. of 'the J from Duval County are up that the. school will need more :was the fifth meeting ofthe two loved member of his community
1723 West UUI Street- Ideal veniences.Masonry House, modem' con dame address:hit him in the'' head for, re-dectfcra. We- should pay operating teams and Stanton has 'been Vie.torious .' and his parishioners mourn his

hammer when he fot_his money. in all five contests. death. The funeral will be held at
PRICE $6,50840.Lovely a special attentionio the way they Floyd T. Christian, Pinellas ,
601 West 16th Street, 6 room house. an- modern clothes to leave during an argv*! Washington Hi won the toss Covenant Baptist Church in Ocala.,
rote so thate caa remember County school superintendent, said and elected to After -
conveniences. Term meat between them. receive. Tuesday Oct. 8.
PRICE- $1S, 8 .... Smith taken to Duval lied. next year. The- } '_Is Htbp we can from 80 to HO students had been making one first down they were
1163 Weft 4th Street Beautiful New Home, bath ,end half. was do to stop them. now. but In *58 expected for'the opening of school forced to Stanton
Reasonable terms. ical Center by Marie and her "ma but 210 showed punt. pickedp All through the first half the I
we can
e our displeasure: felt. up. .
three first downs' In
a sustained
PRICE t9,5 8.ee. He treated 'by Dr.
mother. was I Tigers attempted to score with
The Christian is to Tallahassee
1849 West 24th Street Nice duplex 2 story. Fine for in Chris who said the victim suffered pub- c department going drive which :was sparked from Sistrunk to IfcNeal
of win to seek from passes
vestment. FlpdvW A "and M, meet more money by backs Newman and
possible fracture of the ', Porter and Vincent. Hill also did re
a a
PRICE $11,000.00. the press next:week in a sort of the Community College Council. and whent out in front six
IMO Johnson StreetIVIOV 3 and bath.PRICE skulL by markable job in the passing de
room cottage$3,950.00. -.>,' -, informal meeting. Plans are being More teachers also will be need- points on a touchdown by C.. New.
made for the between FA.MU ed. partment.The .
Several Houses Not Mentioned This Ad Shown by A poIninnctVACANT man. The try for the extra point
PATRONIZE Tigers of Edward Waters
and Bethune-Cookman the Fifty per cent of the studentsare
on blocked.
Mortgage Loans Large or Small on Improved Property from Pinellas County, 40 per. The Wildcats' score came late College made their way to the
Star Advertisers! 26th.Don't cent from Hillsborough 10-yard stripe but because of the
Rental and Property Management let it sneak up on you.FAMU adjacent in the second period with J.
is and the remainder from various hard charging line of the visitors
observing its' homecom.ing .
Rudolph going over from the six
MARSHALL L. BROWN the sections of Florida including Jack the Tigers couldn't cross.
on 19th of October. The yard line. Rudolph was also responsible
LOOK! LOOK!!! LOOK! Late inthe second Williams .
sonville and Fort Lauderdale.
Registered Beal Estate Broker opponent Is Morris Brown. The for a 20 yard run back
Office Phone EL 4-1827 70S Broad Street Bes. EL 64486CIS All your problems / rivalry between the two teams is Classes now are held at nightin earlier in the quarter. A line buck took the ball on the 40-
may be long' and a Negro high school building. yard line and galloped across thegoal
onlookers can expect a provided the extra point for the
solved. See tho| line for the second score
I That will be changed when a
gifted advisor( game. Wildcats, and the half ended with
I Visitors : new building will be 'ready for for the ivsitors. The conversion
Come bring to: the Gateway City Stanton trailing 76.
friends. If will find the next semester. failed:
your plenty happening on the A spectacular halftime show
you can't come I week-end of the 26th. Several new was given by the 120-piece marching In the second half Sistrunk
send $5.00 bill I continued to hit the mark with
and self ad. places> will.open by that time..On suffered little injury other than band led by drum majors E.
his bullet William Jones
dressed eavelo.[ the 19th the ElDorado Club win to his dignity. ABOUT TOWN: Jackson and W. Hardy, and a passes.

.pe for. a crossJ. pave its Grand ,Opening The ex. Susie Foster dropped in for a dozen majorettes, led by Gail Walden picked up a first down on a pass.
Holmes hit the mark with Vincent
ERNEST ABNOLD elusive new club is open to memo short while last week. She and The band performed several
oil I\S | I* S VI 1VI.SOut Taylor taking it to the 10
244 McIntyre Street bars only. It Is operated by Mon. hubby Willie are planning to new formations including a new
and Bennifield it for the
ran over
liberal West Savannah Georgia crief Enterprises Bill Adams and build in the near future. .Helen departing procedure after their
very Each account Is Tigers first score. John Albertran
CURRENT RATE Cato are the manager and host King Is back on the scene. She is show.
orates* ors compoendtd -
I Insured up to from the Knights 25: yardlone
S o .1.I fJ1.SI0OH" the respectively.< .Plans for: the future Girl Friday for one of the Ma* Stanton wasted: no time makingup for the Tigers' second score.The .
Sew 11 include a recreational area and sonic Temple Building professIonals 'for the one point deficit in
Annoolly .
OR ;(,,2 -,0 Fed af' Sevieplags end of the scoring came
!in thU As o. I 3 and Loan Inrar.: Learn Art other,facilities. Albert Pops Frazier the third period. Five successive in the closing minutes of the
ciotioa. which Uchsrttrtd I sea Coraorotioaowtberissd At the Ritz next week is the left Monday night for the World's. first downs put the Blue Devils
when Paige of the visitors
and ,sN bv .. .;:. .;. ?:- -:- new releaae-"Se Wife. The film Series and his annual vacation. in scoring position Robert Parker, game -
ptrrUtd by the Of DIVIDEND intercepted a Holmes, pass :and
u,.S. a..ra.... ; t act, of; Coagroa.lIH ._ both FIDe and .Commercial I o opens at the, ."Florida Theatre to Before he left. "Pops" had a called for .and; ,delivered the scampered 45 yards for the visitors .

"Higkest! Level of day.. light- celebration with his main quarter back sneak for Btanton's final score. The game ended
Something'new has been addedat Robert second touchdown. Robert Parker
man,- Brymer.
Art Taught Anywhere"VETERAN 18-12 with the Tigers losing.6ElTINGUPlfc6HTS.
the STAR office. Nattie Jean Downing may be a pain., kicked the extra point with Frank

I II \ I iMl i APPROVED Stewart' the,former HaW Daniels less dentist and may not hurt Simmons holding.

Low Cost Tuition is Girl FYida'cad Society Editor. maybe but we are sure you'll feel The last period saw the local ;

She,winkeep the'ladies Informedof only-delight when you look'at his eleven recover a fumble and *
American School of: Art 11 verrted by"BUdder WnJmMT (Orttt&f
happenings among the four office assistant We ain't tellingher drive to the Wildcats' 7 yard line, TTp HK&U (too fnqatat. bsrniaf or ttob2nj -
106 'East Bay StreetPhone02O9 > nrfeAtloQ) or Btronf. CJoaor VltuJci1M
hundred whDe'Your-truly win continue name. but failed to score and Washing to eocnmoa Pdatr cad Bladder Xrrt

to keep the boys and girls Laura Daniels and chariot ton took over on downs. A last trf_htlpAtCHan Ors tee C9'rYwed ? ta=

up 'to date with the activities. of Jones' are cutting a, figure about minute offensive drive by the ftCoe&toyart Ad-dra ttyeap taws l*W'O"'CQT8TCX OS aDd
the Street CulturalSociety" Wildcats was 'short lived; ,with ate OfDMDq."' kfurautM.TOP .
---- --- "UpP 1"Ashley town these days. ,The lass ,from
\ fc"-' Panama City and the pride of Stanton getting a couple of first .

'Raymond; Taylor'is low operating Atlanta'G. A. miss few affairs. downs before the game ended WEEK

USED FURNITUREw the 'former"Burger King. Hear 'that the riff 'between the giving the Blue Devils a notchIn MOVIES OF

The place has been: remodeled and "Chuck": Driscolls ,is patched. the win column. SUN..SAT.

is called; ayiors Drive In".Curb Joyce Joyner Driscoll. left the ,city STRAI1D OCT. 6.8

service i is"featured.Along to join her hubby. _
Strlv r'.;! ow and Huc- Rumor.around town is that Negro ED: WATERSLOSES

kerster's Alley Barnes: McBride citizens are getting tired of

RMMflE SALE formerly of_ Alexander' Insurance law enforcement, laxity in_ the
Agency; is''now the 'new representative colored community. The ax_killing OPENER.Edward "Sill

for Southern liquor Dis of last week can be directly at-

tributors. Southern' also hired adriversalesman tributed to '"Shine". The killer ,Waters College became

.. for their. .. Blatz wad "tore-up" when apprehended. -
school to'taste defeat
the first local
Beer truck.,., .'Henry Jenningsformerly It's time the folk down 'town Smashing ctory of Osceota,

AT 512WADAMS i. S T.OPEN :: ',. BETWEEN CLAY : with Schaeffer Is now opened their eyes. Another thing on the home grounds when; : whose Negro fee MB*

AND BROAD ST& the driver-salesman for Miller that cannot'be denied is the :fact thtfYll cnt -.th6- season. QpeDer to dated by; ..lsYett.deist.i. :

High Life. that' Negroes' are consumers and the'" Storristown' Red:fenlghta j by pins Thrills '.:-

} : .,, :'. -.7 : [4.-. :. ,:.' Nip Calvert" Sams la making I not producers. The traffic In the the score o && 2. '"'

-:- AN ACCOIJNT';; ;-:=NO .
.n .. Florida Classic time. Isiah
'.""i'I". ,.>. _- -' come production Is halted. '
\ .' '. f '. .' \ White. is planning his road tripsso I Sheriff Cahill serves notice that to.outsmart the speedy backs and S ,

that he can be in town for for positions hard plunging line of the Red tWjlQfSUQWSf(
he needs .applicants as'Ucky
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LAMPS '. .', '. .'. .'. ,S 1.95LOUNGE that week-end. J. D. Brooks has in the Duval County Road Patrol, Knights t ,couldn't'get. ;,6---". The '
just returned from Miami. X D. Red Knights ,broke the, game o. ,
CHAIR We are asking all young Negro
,. _$ 6.95. pen in the ,opening, minutes with
former .
that Ira Blossom
reports feel that can qualify
COMPLETE who they
COCKTAIL, -TABLES? $ .: Page,breaking loose for ,the first : ;
.:;.... ,. insurance magnate. is now the to do so. Elsewhere in the '

2-PC.. UVINGROOM: .$12. b : ROOM GROUPS manager of' the Mary 'ElizabethHotel STAR you will see a 'story. Let score.'Edward of the Waters game.'played, under agreat ,in Cinemascope&:WHERE
We'hear by the grapevinethat turn you down. We
KITCHEN CHAIRS '. .".. .,_, ..$. W5 !' offered a wen. the Sheriff handicap with several of
Blosscta that
must stop taking for granted
INNERSPRING MATTRESS.l2.: : : known budding model a big jobas we cant be this or that. If he their first string men on the in. 'TSl!!!

DAY BED Alto TAD,'. .-;:,...'; ,:$-8.'5. ";, -: 6 PC. LIVINGROOM *' his assistant.' turns you down? we'll meet him jured capitalized.list and'on the that Red. particular Knights

Freddie Brown and his fellow hi 1960. As tie we are still waLton -
STUDIO COUCH : $16.95 paintJIaP'ANThD
: : : salesmen at Williams. Buick are !ng additional 'deputies in the _
SOFA BEDS : .,=. ,. .;. :;$ 9.95 ., $2995, in the midathpf a big sale. The Bounty: Negro officers In' thiscommunity 0

VANITY BENCHES ._. .. ... :.$ loo ::', fellows sweaf that they are offer are just a matter of )
., for one dollar above cost; We need at
ing cars token representation.
PORCH GLIDERS :\ ... ; .-. ,$8 .95.' '. DINE'T'TE2PC. .
: ;, ,. 5 PC Ken: Knight, end Albert Craw. least 100 ,for proper law enforce ...
END ?, ... .1 : ? 2.95 ford are expanding, their areas of ment. Experienced opentor for electric
rgoM SUITE%; .$i& $ 95 operation to enter 'the:publishingand Oh yes about that hole in yourCommis. ';*&lrt volt In 1& d ette. Ph. ALL NEW! AT-

19 promotional -ft ld&: Both street, keep Highway 'EV 7-6810. MIDNITE
COIL SPRINGS ... : .:. .$ 6.95 gents are':daclng to the jingle of stoner niter's phone busy. SAT. OCT. 5THSTRAND ..

5-PC. DINETTE .'. .,. ..'. ,. .$16.95 coins to, be earned a4a.'loridaClassic
BIDi Jimmy Johnson is_anxious 11- fK ,
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HIDE AWAY .. .$19.95
6 PC BEDROOM to know of the whereabouts of

LIBRARY, TABLE :... .-. ,$ 6.95 one Albert Jones, former local LOOKLOTS and SUN. -TUES.

, OIL HEATERS ., :. ...,.:';/*..: ,'. .$. 5.95DININGROOM $3995 publisher and promoter. WANTEDAT Modern furnished rooms.rooms 127 Caroline or unfurnished OCT. 6-8 ATROOSEVELT'
Ken just sold a halfagrandworth '
SUITE ..'. .$79.95 Street.
.' .. of ads for an independent ONCE

_KITCHEN CABINET :' .'. .$24.95 Florida Classic souvenir program Highest 'PricesPaid FURNI.SBED-SmaU; single $5.

BABY HIGH CHAIRS !' .$ 6.95 book. Furnished room man and wife BY PUBLIC DEMAND
Spike Washington. veteran $6.75. Phone EL 6-1109 EL
NIGHT TABLES .. .$ 1.95 ONLY $1.00 DOWN{! / newsman was knocked down bya Call EL 5-4328 :s.o841. SKYYIEWSUN

2-PC. SOFA BED'SUITE. .:.., .29.50 car last Saturday night. He SUN TUBS OCT. 64

PORTABE BAR . .$19.95 Delivers A. n Group Furnished Booms. Two large. IN

DESK AND CHAIR ..... .$26.95 I I Weekly 1244 rates W. 4th given St.by contacting THE SUN"

',MODERN SOFA ; '..-.:-. ,/ ...$12.95 .' Special Special!! ----_._- -- ---

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