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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
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October 26, 1957
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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 26, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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For the past week Jacksonville has been watching: with interestthe '

events that 'surround the office of Duval County Sheriff Al "The Gateway City" Is babbling over with enthusiasm _

Cahill concerning crime and prostitution which has been reportedto anticipation as it awaits the now nationally known "Florida : :; :
bV '; Classic" which will be played between the powerful Battlers of '
; on the rampage in the' county. .. .
Florida A &, M University and the Wildcats of Rethtme-Cookman :
So severe have been the
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charges s that Governor Leroy Colt ,
26 has been
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lins.has called for a grand jury
claimed as Good ,Relations Day 1,>

investigation to determine the by the Mayar.commissioner Hay NEWS BRIEFS ; : &b I

extent and the seriousness of USED TO don Burns which is in keeping poon oomp -- m'mp__________ .. r
th situation. with the spirit of the first Florida TALLAIIASEE These six Florida A and M University 'c .edS recently -were the 'subjects for .

Classic played in Jacksonville, CROSS BURNING a series of photographic test shots! designed: to'select the most photogenic co-eds om the campusfor

While the people of Duval STOP ROBBERY Oct. 22, 1955. (See pages 5, 6 PLANT CUT-Police officials possible Inclusion in the 1958 'Battler Yearbook' publication. Left, to right:' Georgia Clark, I
were pondering the reported '
County -
; Lauderdale Clearwater; Mattie''' Johnson Ocala and Gwendolyn Hester
and 8.) here reported that a cross was Fort ; Patricia Griffin, ; ,
conditions.a, State Beverage
Jacksonville"has been preparing burned in front of the Dairy Mlms. (A and M pboto-.by Horace Jones) .
Department Agents were_moving > :
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thy raided, several places seizing Duval Medical Center;for treat. Committees. have been working Reynolds, ,Street NAACP'SMRS. RUBY HURLEY ORGANVOCALRECITAL f

gambling equipment and whisky ment for knife wounds-they, .;received overtime perfecting'assignments.. A passing motorist reported .

classed as contraband.The in an attempted unarmed A galaxy of beautiful women seeing it and police officers {

first raid last Friday night robbery of a man in the 1200 have been making ready for the arrived. in time to tear it ,down TO SPEAK AT CONFERENCE' HEREOne :SET

w -staged at Red Dan's Smoke block of Florida Avenue Saturday "Rattler Strike" which will be and extinguish the fire. _

,hop at 711 West Ashley Street, night, Oct. 19 at 4:58 a. m. held at the Country Club follow Police, would not say 'if they

reputedly owned by Dan Joyner, Elijah Atkins, 31, 1051 Bridier ing the game. The breakfast thought the cross was placed of the nation's outstanding women, Mrs. Ruby Hurley, will AT SIMPSON

where Beverage agents applied a i Street told police that he passed party at the Eldorado Club will by members of the Ku Klux address the closing meeting of the 18th Annual Session of the _

'blow torch to gain entry to a two men at Third and Bridier start the day off followed by Klan, because there is no known Florida State Conference of NAACP Branches. Mrs. Hurley, who '

huge safe. Streets and apparently they were open house at the Astor Motel Klan organization in Plant City. is the Southeast Regional Director for the National ,Associationfor Mr. Elmer Ruffner and Mr.

The'' raiders reported finding and all other events: will follow to Officers thought perhaps ,mem. at 3:30 .Frank C. McMoore, will be head
robbing another man. After he the Advancement ,of Colored People, will speak p.m.
Recital to
make the one of Joy. bers of the Klan from Polk in and' prgan-Vocal ,
in the safe wiith day .
along Church.
Shiloh Baptist
$4,450.71 had passed them they followed on Sunday, Oct. 27. In Metropolitan
Both the Florida A & M andBethune.Cookman be presented in the Sanctuary
bolita records and arrested siX County may have placed the cross
him Florida featured
to the 1200 block of Mrs Hurley was recently > t
Memorial Methodist
Alumni chapters in front of the place of business Simpson !
persons. Avenue where one of the men in "Look Magazine" underan State Conference; Dr. A.' Joseph Church Road and Cleve
'' Kings
Placed under arrest were Ve- attacked him from the front and habeen working ,long because'of wide-spread reports Reddick, present president; Robert
meet article called "Inside the land St. Sunday' evening at :
hours to that had been served
perfecting plans Negroes
ora Perry, also known as Veora the other one attacked him from W. Saunders, Field Secretary
Burnett Spencer, James B. Green, the back:? trying to get his wallet. and greet the visitors who are there. NAACP-Ruby Hprley's South. NAACP and Dr. Cyrus A. Weaver M;. Ruffner will be featured f'a.I \':

Susie ..Mae Robinson also known Atkins said he pulled his knife' pouring into, the city from all Several weeks ago, when the She has been given outstanding, pastor of Wheat ,Street Baptist -I the organ in the-following se1eC ;

as Susie Mae Roberts Dorothy and started cutting. He cut both parts of Florida and surroundingstates. Klan had a' big meeting near nation-wide acclaim for her workin Church. Dr. A. B. Colemanwill tions: The Lord's Prayer-}.( .;
King,, .Irene Baker, and Annie call Lakeland, several cars of'Kluxerscame the Emmett Till case and other "
afterwards '
men. Shortly a act as host pastor for the lotte; Inflammatus-from "Sta-
Mae.Williams, all reputed to be came from Duval Medical Center 'to 'Plant'tity, drove by the investigations of discrimination
workers in the smoke shop. and informed police that the two The\city eagerly awaits the Dairy' Queen and then passed against Negroes in the South. meeting. bat-Schubert Mater"Rossini; 'Ave Maria
Lost Chord Sullivan
Ve ra"* Perry, was released under men were there. 'Police carried gathering of more than; 19,000- ,I through the main streets of the ,Other' 'outstanding Individualswho y Y ; Calm; As The Night Bonn-
$2500 and the five made bondof who expected' to in-' two local Negro residential ;
Atkins to the hospital 'and he persons are will appear on the programare Song of India-from "Sadko" -
,t .a ,a s a ; ,
$1,000 each. identified both men. They were vade the Gator: .Bowl to watch Atty. William A. Fordham, N. Rir-*,ey Korsakow; .G<1tn',} ,
In another raid staged at 5757 King Davis Lawston 29 of 1029 HOUSE BOMBED formerly president of the Florida u
the 1957 Florida. Classic. in all its Horn Duorak; Lfebestraum -
;.' Moncrief Road, State Beve- W. Union Street and Clarence 4 BIRMINGHAM Ala., -'An unoccuPIed I LIsztve* Done Work
agents"found about 3000. splendor. house which a Negro My. -
rage Green, 18, 205 E. state Street. Carrie Jacobs
tax'. paid whiskey which they family had purchased in a former Thomas Aquinas 45, of Pbiladel.phia Bond
When police'talked'to Green, he Mr. Frank
C. McMoore. will be
charged was possessed for sale. all-white 'neighborhood was dam and the girl, Anita Black,
admitted' the, robbery attempt on BEAUTY SALONIS featured in the following vocal
without a. license.. aged heavily by a bomb. lO; of Cleveland.
Atkins and robbing the' man at numbers: The 'Penetient-Bearcfe-
arrested were Two other houses -in the same >r+
Two persons : Sister Thomas and the girl died
Third and Bridier Streets. Warrants ley Von De Water City' Called
Isaac Gilbert U, also known as section were bombed last April in the swirling waters of the ;
were' signed against. both Heaven
Selected Bublicas
''B: stu' Brawn" who, lived on ROBBED after being sold to Negroes."t Cahyrin River in suburban Bentleyville -I ;
and transferred
men they were 'Beardsley' Von De Water;
the iprenises and Arthur Taylor I hadtft heard, anything. of Wednesday when the, sis,
the County ja1latrolmen I
Climbing Jacobs Ladder Selected.
of 1431 Franklin Street. i the previous, bombings because -attempted to safe the girl., ..cgar
Gilbert, alias Buster Brown was ? J. H. Tillman and if..1 had, I sure wouldn't havebougt a a. a a a :yr .

released under $1,000 bond and L. C. HIgginbotham investigated. the house," said Cleo SMATHERS CRITICIZED Both artist are members of
First African Baptist Church,
Taylor made bond of 2500. Prince. TAMPA A spokesman for
JAX MAN IS CUTATTEMPTING Police said Savannah, Georgia. Serving, ushers
several sticks of .
Police' Investigating a breakin the National Assn. for the Advancement
dynamite"were ;i will be the male chorus of
TO at a beauty, salon located at shoved througha of Colored People Zion Hope Baptist Church.
WOMEN ventilator
on a side of the Smathersfor '
.. 1427 Davis Street, owned by Mrs. house. The blast criticized Sen. Georye The program sponsored fcf
STOP FIGHT IN CAFE ripped up made about the
OBSERVANCEFOR remarks he .
choirs Two and Three of
Catherine Brown. floor boards
in a rear, bedroom, MRS. RUBY HURLEY
NAACP.Sen. i Lee James and Mr. Frank Morgan'son
SUNDAY Mrs. Vester McNeil reportedthe blew a large hole in the brick
Alphonso Stephens 34 of 1307W Smathers said in an interview Methodist Church, Mrs. Coral
foundation and opened a hole in ,
State Street was accidentally robbery to police Monday, here Wednesday the presidents.
a corner of th frame building. KNIFE BLADE
The women ()f'11t. Zion AME cut attempting to stop a fight in Oct. 21. She said the place was Most of the houses 12th NAACP "is as anxious to stir up
Church, Beaver and Newnanstreets'are'coordinating a cafe, located at 936 Myrtle Ave. closed at 9 p. m. which is the place, where the explosion occurred troversy'and discord as in accomplishing CONCERT OFFEREDAT .
Saturday night, Oct. 19.
their eL usual time for closing. Upon open now are occupied by any real progress
Stephens told police he war behalf of:its people." fight between husband and MT. OLIVE
dis Negroes or are vacant.
for the 32nd ing the following day she
forts in preparation with some friends at the cafwhen a a a a' a Robert Saunders, .field secretary wife came to an end when the :
covered the shop had been broken _The Bivens Specials will render'a '
annual observance ofVemen's a fight started between NUN DIES TRYING TO of the NAACP in Florida, husband, Jolly Dove 44, 713 concert Oct. 25 at Mt. Olive I
them and in an effort to preventone into and the following items Roosevelt cut her
Day Sunday. SAVE NEGRO GIRL 83.ld.the. organization encourages Apartments Primitive Baptist Church.

Special programs for the morning from cutting the other he got stolen: 1 pair of Wahl electric CLEVELAND BIshop Floyd neither "rashful vengenance" nor: with a knife. Apperaing with The Bivens Spe- '

and evening hours have been cut himself. He does not wish to clippers; 1 vibrator; 8 curling Begin of Cleveland called a advocates violence. Mrs. Lillie Mae Dove, 38, told dais will be the Gospel Echoes,"

arranged and will be announced.The prosecute. irons 1 hair straightening comb; Catholic nun's sacrifice In givingup Saunders said the NAACP police 'that her husband came the Rev. W. Long, the McCaH

i Suday School and ACE Witnesses to the cutting scrape L pair hand clippers 1 set of assorted her life in a-vain. attempt at "only seeks to have the laws -of home Saturday, and started a Specials, the Lattlmore Singers.'"

have ,com- were Reuben Barnett, 1307 W. ;' -combs,and brushes. The saving a_ little Negro girl from the nation implemented In. a fight and cut her. She was .takento The program is being sponsored; .
League,Departments -fashion it has":'al; ', Duval Medical Center for rSalIy'
interesting State Street and Eugene:"Claytonof -T. drowning, "the answer to segregationists. peaceful for the benefit of the "Stat

pretedspreparatlons for and 1307 W.::State 'street.. total loss. amounted.- .J.O., $75.'- .'*.. IS ') ,. .', -'.,.." ways'' resorted to the courts and treatment. She will not prosecute. "' of Choir: 1 of Mt. Olive:
1' discussion among the youth 'ana *PatrolmcniCG R.,Hcnry and 1{. is wlHIng to abideR;by"their'decisions. : Patrolmen Robert Jenkins and Ethel Holzendorf" '
Hams Bishop Begin delivered funeral ever Mrs.
I adult: ;:membersC. A banneratten: .Jt 9lmen. .W;, .,'R..-.,. r,"! ; 4939. -; S Jt ... ** ** ;&' ,, -' captain
_'\0,00 *** **"" **"" services'"-for*-the UIrW--s1ster j .' ? Frank Hampton investigated. of the *f *--
V anticipated.' I E.E.-Hickson-investigated. Newsom. tavesOgafedr: : group
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Politics As Usual I. : ;

By ERI'C 0. SIMPSON -. '; ""- <"

3 # Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. :/.,_....-..

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: The death of Edgar W. Wa y brfght Sr., who died early this,week"::

2523 Monrrlef Road .......... ... EL_ 4-6782% EL 4-6783 following a heart attack brought to an end the political activityone
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 whose influence touched the political life of many and his
1 death was keenly felt in many ways.
Mailing Address+ : # | Mr. Waybright I
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida served in many I wood, Washington AME Church; ,

.Eric O. Simpson, .......................................Editor capacities as a Dr. Channing H. Tobias, NAACP
O. Farham Johnson ..............................News Staff politician having Board chairman and retired direc.
Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation Dept served in the tor. Phelps-Stokes Fund; and Dr.
I Florida Legislature U. S. Wiggins Camden, N. J..
Member of Associated Negro Press
l both in the physician and president of the
SUBSCRIPTION BATES !House and in the New Jersey State NAACP.
One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, |L80 (Senate, At the The candidates were selectedby
Mailed To, Ton, Anywhere In The United States. I i time of his death a seven-man committee corn

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: i he was chairman posed of Judge Carl Johnson

FLORIDA STAR_P. o. BOX C61ACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA of the DuvalCounty Kansas City, Mo., chairman; ,

[ Democratic Kelly Alexander, Charlotte, N. C.'
Executive Dr. J. L. Leach, Flint, Mich.;
BOOK BURNING. ODOR NOTEDIN r + u .N SIMPSON Committee. Rev. Maurice Dawkins, Los ,,Angeles -
; Thompson Ambler
Politics was not a hobby with
ACTION OF Waybright. it was a serious'matter' Pa.; M. T. Blanton. Chicago i : and
ANTI-NAACP GROUPThe to which he devoted 'his time Dr. B. E. Murph Laurel,-Mlas.
and influence. He never lost anytime The committee met in New'York

in dealing with matters per. City on Sept. 16.
Norfolk Virginlan-Pilot has sharply questioned the "aim L taming to politics in Duval All the candidates, save Mr.
and purpose' of the r r b
Thomson "*
committee, which was empowered County. Darden are already board mem
bythe Viriginla legislature to Investigate racial organizations In ; fi 'c ,i The selection of committeemenand bers. However, Mrs. Bates and

this. state. ;h :fig ,{ 4 ; ,,.. committeewomen among the Mr. Delson were elected to the

An editorial In the October U edition of the newspaper charges Negro voters was a brain child board only last month to fill out
that although "the Thomson committee started out as an anti of this political figure. It was he unexpired terms. All are candi.;.
NAACP committee" the group "seems headed for the more Important who conducted the off-side election I' dates for three-year terms beginning
mission of thoughtcontrol.:" of Justices of the Peace in in January, 1958.

The committee's chairman i la James M. Johnson, Democrat of August 1956 which defeated Ernest I In addition to the 16 named by "
6 *
Alexandria. D. Jackson, Negro attorney'I the committee, others may be

Noting that the committee requisitioned a list, of school library who had earlier won the electionby nominated by petitions signed by

reference books from the Arlington county school, superintendent, HATE IS DESTROYING popular vote. Jackson's elec..1 30 or more NAACP members In
which OUR WORLD LEADERSHIP good Petitions must be
refused standing.
was the editorial asks: "Do these labors of the tion along with other Justices and
Thomson committee suggest a faint odor of book-burning?" constables was declared void after I submitted to the NAACP national

The Committee has already exercised censorship by holding Judge Sarah Bryan who was defeated office in New York by November
Its hearings in Virginia cities behind locked doors," the editorial by the Negro lawyer who I 1. The names of all candidates,
declares. "Is t now preparing to exercise censorship aver bookson Your Weekly brought suit declaring that the whether nominated by the com-
Virginia library shelves?" districts were unconstiutionallyset I mittee or by petition are sub.

Horoscope Guide up. mitted to branches for balloting. ,
The ballots are counted at the
NAACP BRANCH IN LITTLE ROCK Arkansas Leader NominatedFor Association's annual meeting on '
.UCKY DAYS FOR NAACP Board Election the first Monday In January.

BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Mrs. L.; C. Bates, president of

PONDERS DEMAND FOR RECORDSLeaders _By PABLO; The 'ASTROLOGER ACP the Arkansas Branches Conference and newspaper of NA- Lac .

of the Little Rock NAACP branch are pondering what publisher; C. R. Darden presidentof aaqL
action to take in response to a demand by Mayor Woodrow Wilson ARIES VIRGO ment you have envisaged much the Association's organization =
Mann for the list of members and other branch records In .compliance Born Mar. 21st thru April 19th Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd in Mississippi; and Max Delson, -=- -- ,

with a recently enacted city ordinance requiring the filing of A note of caution has been The opportunity to cash in on I more. Build effectively faither than others coulddo. New York attorney, are new fhiheBiM.
such information ,with a city clerk. injected. into the picture so be your property holdings, family up rather than I candidates nominated for election
fear. Do not allow
to ?
strangers What Know
not that
The measure, aimed at the, National Association for the Ad. content with the advances that connections, or bold moves.Is ably to the Board, of Directors of the ye
convince you, and by all means your body Is the temple of the
vancement of Colored People, was also invoked by Mayor Mann come as a result of. previous represented by 24th. Should you, avoid National Association for the Ad.
selling the Holy Ghost
# yourself_ idea, which Is In
agalst three prc -egregation groups In the city. The City Council understandings and activities. by any chance, fail to make con. that vancement of Colored People. you,
you cannot succeed in ye have of God, and ye
passed the ordinance by a 7-0) vote on October 14.:. The following Economic matters that concern nections on these dates it seems Mrs. Bates, as president of the
achieving your future goals. are not your own?-(I Corinthians
day the Mayor called upon the NAACP and the three racist organ!, others as well as yourself may I!advisable to call the whole thing 6 50 66-49-65-659. Arkansas NAACP, has been the 6, 19.)
zations to submit the required information ,within 15 days. have to be studied and new ar off and see if new occasions will active leader in the Little Rock
II fit Paul reminds that
Mrs. L. C. Bates president of the Arkansas State NAACP rangements made to safeguard be forthcoming at some future crisis She was lauded last week the Heavenly Father us created

organization, announced on October 15 that lawyers for the Association .mutual interests. date. The effort to come "too CAPRICORNBorn by Dr. Channing H .Tobias, NA. us in His Image, that Ho
"will study the, ordinance and recommend what we should do." 9-80-77-7& 76-986. late with too little" can resultin Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th ACP Board, chairman, for her wells within us as our souls.

The action by the Little Rock City Council was in response -to a crash on. the 30th. There are some interesting situations "steadfast, sober, calm and cou ,:,Our sins and transgressions,
a suggestion by State Attorney General Bruce Bennett that Arkansas TAURUS 7-40-55-38-53-743. developing in your social rageous leadership and guidance.. .(therefore, are against Him J
municipalities enact such ordinances to supplement a, state Born April: 20th thru May 20th life with the possibility of at. The 16-person slate chosen by In love and humility we must
statute requiring the filing of membership and other records and There Js greater emphasis on LIBRA. tracting some rather unusual the nominating committee included seek His forgiveness,pray fdt

payment of ah occupation license ,for the privilege of doing businessin marital, public and teen-age rela Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd friends. Still, you have to be especially also the following candidates His guidance and help.
Arkansas. Little Rock and North Little Rock promptly passedthe tions with opportunities to turn Although you are still favoredby discerning to separatethe now serving as board members:
restrictive ordinance. Arkansas thus became the first state In them to good account offered by true ones from the false. Be. Hubert T. Delany, New York attorney
excellent aspects in some directions -
which such measures, have been nacted by local governments although the '24th and 25th. You have there are also underlyingand hind-the-scenes operations con- and former judge of thee
several southern states have passed similar statutes. powerful incentives to.add to your deceptive influences which tinue to aid you to advance th New York City Domestic Relations -
In the past, the NAACP has refused to turn over membershiplists work achievements and basic per. could affect your financial status interests of your dear ones Swell Court: Dr. S. Ralph Harlov| ISVOURNAME

lest they be used by hate groups to penalize members of the sonal or mutual resources. If if you get caught off guard. Be as yourself. This would not Northampton, Mass., retired college

organization by firing them from jobs, foreclosing their mortgages, there are any disagreementsabout sure you know what is going on be a propitious time to adopt professor; Rev. James Hin-
denying them credit, threatening and otherwise seeking to intimidate the way things should be below the surface before making :revolutionary but untried work ton, president of the South Carolina
them. Moreover, th NAACP contends that as a non-profit organization handled they should be quickly i methods. State NAACP and insurance
commitments the thru
on 24th IN THE
it is not subject to the occupation tax. :patched up to forestall consequences 25th The 24th 8-90().-.U-89-43-493. xecutive; Dr. H. Claude Hudson,
gives you ample
Under the new ordinance, the Association is required to file o r misunderstandingsthat Los Angeles dentist and a president .
confidence in yourself and in your t
the names of its members and contributors, its officers, agents and could become costly and self ideas, but that is what others I AQUARIUSthru of a savings and loan com- BOOK?
employees, as wen as a financial statement indicating the source defeating to all parties Involved. pany; Gorge K. Hunton, New
may be banking on to lay their rn damn. 20th thru Feb: 18th .
of all its income. ,. 1-60-55-59-54-164- York City, executive secretary .
traps. The signs of continued
prosper Catholic Interracial Council :Mrs.
.1 2-60 66-57-63-262. ity from your professional or public :
GEMINI Daisy Lampkin, Pittsburgh, news
7 LETTERS To The EDITOR Born May 21st thru June 21st activities are still very muchin paper executive; Loren Miller, Los
U[[ evidence. Restrain your feelings
If you try' to keep up with domestic SCORPIO !Angeles attorney and publisher. ;
Born Oct 24th thru and impulses even if you feel 1;
employment and pleas. : Nov. 22nd I Carl Murphy Baltimore publisher;
that have cause to
able demands you may find this You rarely go wrong when you you ample ,Walter Reuther, Detroit labor
Is''the third In series,of letters to the FLORIDA STAB complain over the attitudes and
This a too great a strain on your 1'V. rely mainly on your intuition and leader; Arthur B. Spingarn NAACP
from a "White Citizen" stating his views and possible solution ous system. There Is no doubt feelings and this Is no time to decisions of higher ups and ass. president and New York at

to the segregation problem In' Jacksoavffle. about the exciting features of make, an exception. You still are elates, on: the 30th. torney; Bishop Stephen G. Spotts- ..I.Ia
Dear :Mr. Simpson: having a finger in many pies and in line for remarkable and happy
There are two sides to every to sign these letters "A White extracting all the fun and profits ,adventures of a confidential na.: DO'S AND ,DON'TS

question, and ,the segregation Citizen". I feel that I am speak. that this gives you. ture. From then on,,you will haveto
question is no exception. At the ing for the majority of my race. 730992898732.DANCES. be more on your guard" against Born Feb. 19th thro Mar. 20th
outbreak of the Civil War 'a Just 98 years ago, in 1859: aI I misunderstandings and broken Pleasant news seems to be ISN'TMUCH1'U.POMY

northern Poet wrote: fellow by the name of John promises. An uncompromisingstand headed your way but, at the same r M

"Once to every man and Brown died on the gallows after Born Jane 22nd' thru July 22nd on this day could hinder time, there may be occasion for I i- --j

.. nation, comes the moment to being. convicted of treason. His Although you :still have possibilities your climb upward.. you to unearth hidden meanings
decide, last words were: 'The negro to enlarge on the benefits 9-70-33-68-31-871.. and see just what effect they HOMEWORK TOhQRWt
i In the strife of truth with question will never be settled ex. that this month has broughtyou could,have on your plans. Proceed

R falsehood, for the good or cept by the shedding 'of blood. to date, there are mounting SAO1TTAEIUSBorn conservatively and with due regard -

evil side." He was later proven to be right signs that greater prudence and Nov: 23rd thru Dec. 21st for the assistance associates hi
-, This "way of life" In the south when this great country of ours emotional control may be necessitated There may be tendencies on can provide In achieving success t
- called segregation, is definitely an engaged In a bloody Civil War. from now on.. The 24th your part to start worrying or to and building up assets. Do not
:+ evil which will eventually be Heaven help ua if anything like thru 25th give sparkle 'to your r be beset by doubts as to whether lose sight of the practical side of ,, .
abolished. I have chosen to fight that happens again, in this atomic Ideas and creative endeavors and :you should pursue ;your present things and observe the rules of

on the side against this evil. I age. We would .destroy ourselves have a good time In .general The plan of- action any further. You healthful living.

1 would be scoffed at and ridiculed overnight. 24th also produces opportunitiesto .could thus impede, the develop. 3- 40-33-38 1--34L

and my whole family would probably John Brown was a religious serve and to benefit through
be persecuted by some of fanatic who took the law into real estate or domestic pursuits. GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957
my fellow whites, if I were to his own hands to fight for what 210221223213.LEO Use this coupon. Learn more about yourself. Send 10 eta (one
_ sign my name to these letters he believed in. If he were alive dune In coin) for each horoscope ordered by man. Include self

and have you publish. it. today, I would like to hear a addressed, stamped envelope. Write plainly This offer does not apply 1 .
Not that Pm afraid or ashamedof conversation between him and Bom July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd to residents of the dominion of Canada. -
what I believe in, but I think "political fanatic" by the name Although some very favorable r------------.

more harm than good could come of Orval Faubus. I wonder what developments will bring yoh satisfaction ,PABLO, FORIDA II .

of my signing my name, and they would say to each other. and profit, according to | P. O. ,BOX. 561JACK50NVILLE I fttIM
openly resisting the evils of They would probably km each the 23rd thru 25th. Towards the V.FLA. Y (
segregation. other with their bare hands. end of the month, and especially 'I rrS
Therefore I will continue to The lesson here la "Don't bo a on the 30th it Is not wise to fan Name .-, -
wirte these letters in the hope fanatic. Fight for what you believe the flames of discord between domestic -, ,, .
that it will encourage someone in but keep a cool ,head and marital or business part. I Address ... I r tt
In this fight for "equality" and I steady hand. Always stay within ners. You can look forward to avery ;

/life, liberty and the pursuit of the bounds of the law Many entertaining' Halloween nightif I dry ; State. I II
happiness" in this community, in brave men died defending our there are any youngsters in 'to

this southland, in the nation and Constitution let's don't let your home, neighborhood or community I Date of. Birth I II' mk

in the whole world. it be said they died. in Tain.A 31st. ': ". Da&e. l Moatli

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Methodist Church plan to present
Elmer Ruffner and Frank C Me-
t'f... ; with hatti Stewart
.< loore in anorgan and vocal
( '::.' e r. -This week In, Jacksonville a new recital Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
>:malady has displaced the "Asiatic Flu" Fl' The Rev. S. S. Robinson Jr..
I Ii,.;'"- it Is "football fever." Everyone seems is pastor.Mr. .
t :. to have contracted this fever Major. ;ys Ruffner is organiskdirector
:' ettes are. twirling, bands are rehearsing of music of First African Baptist
everything from "The Star Spangled Church at Savannah. Ga., and
Banner" to "Rock and RoW, school kids ( was formerly with the James
are "goose-stepping" high, wide and Earl Hines Goodwill Singers serving .
handsome In other words, there Is ; as pianist.
i < a general aura of excitement and antid- 1 Mr. McMoore president of the
potion 'In the city. This excitement of r-: :i l" senior choir will render vocal
.. course is the result of months of preparation kWVr. 7: : selections at the affair.
R "' Zion Hope Baptist Church Male
:, for. the "invasion" of many odd tourlsts'and students w
Chorus has been invited to serveas
win. migrate to our city for the ANNUAL FLORIDA ushers far the presentation.
I L' Somehow we think It will Jbe the most .- lets. alj try Frank Morgan is president of
make It the best yet And I hope I see all of you at the : : Choir 2 and Mrs. Cora Lee
u 1 < ::; .. James is president of Choir 3.
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home of Mrs. Evelyn Barnes.Saturday Oct. 12. The lucky I Sorority last Sunday EBENEZER PLANS
were: Mrs. Catherine Robinson, First Prize; Mrs. Leona are shown' here, WORSHIP SERVICE
Second Prize; Mrs. Leola Budlcy, Third Prize. Guests at ; Small and Miss Helen
affair were Mrs. H. James Greene and Mrs. Claud Billiard, soloist and her Ebenezer Methodist Church will
t.won the guest prize. Mrs. Benice Hamilton was winner of, observe a week of prayer and
Club's Raffle and Consolation prizes. All present had a self-denial Oct. 25-31. Quiet Day
evening. will be held Oct. 25, with a

.t Theresa Mackey, beautiful S and talented s song-stylist of the OBSERVED AT I worship day's activities service at climaxing 7 p.m. tho

is reported to have "knocked 'em dead" at Smitty's last week. 'I II j ZION CHURCH The Methodist Youth Fellowship .
are elated to hear of her succsss. for this was an important will present a Vesper Pew
.3 for Theresa. Congrats! Hour Oct. 27 at 7 p.m. A program -
Zion Baptist Church will
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Mrs. Elaine LeSesne.has filled our ears about her gala time which will be for the benefitof
I throughout the day. I
.. end spent in Tallahassee last week where she witnessed i the annual conference youth
speakers for the occasion
FAHU-Mc.iTls-Brown slaughter opps, we mean I II rally in Gainesville Nov. 89.
The Rev. Hill Norris, Jr.,
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Mrs Vera Davis, Teen-Age Program Director of the A. .
H. H. Robinson of Mt
l", Lewis Branch YWCA, leaves for Atlanta, Ga. this weekend i Church, the Rev. D. tNJOY UTMOST SHAVIHGEAStAHD
attend the Teen-Age Program Directors' Roundtable, which .
s of Mt. Calvary Baptist CONVEHIENCESuperSpeed
| .take place at Atlanta University for a three-day session. I
Fernandina and FAB
of Kingsland, Ga.
-._:' Congratulations to Mr. Edgar Exson and his fiance, Miss S. Cooper is the host pas.
\ McGreerIt'll be wedding bells for this lucky couple soon.

Mrs. Thelma Green, prominent schoolteacher of the city,
.t[ wife of Dr. H. James Green, principal of JWJ Junior High BLUE BLADE :: .,,,
( leaves for New York City this week-end. And we're sure BAPTIST DISPENSER STYRENICASC AND -
have plenty to tell us when she returns. CONVENTION

1.t East Florida and Bethany $10.0

'f Assn. are continuing their.
USEDFURNITURE in its 64th annual
at First Baptist Church. Week's Best Movies
C. Sams is the host pas.
devotion services be- STRAND Oct.27-Xov.2nc
10 a.m. with the Rev. JACK PALANCE BIG3F8
a, Brown delivering the ser "House Of Numbers"AOTIOX
'HJ:0 Rev. W. Damps is to THRILLER' -
alternate. At 7:15 p.m.,i Plus MARILYN MONROE

S OPEN AN ACCOUNT EASY : I i conducted'nite, memorial by the services Rev- "Prince and Sbowgirl"ROOSEVELT

}.{. Daniel, B. F. Brown SUN'TUES.OCT. .
T. Overstreet. 27-29
CRA 0 Vp Rev. 11. H. Wright will ALAN LADD In
the sermon, Sunday, Oct.
"Whispering Smith"
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pL E Plus 1st Run AUDIE MURPHY
C 0 1 OFA BE D serving as alternate.

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TABLE LAMPSALUMINUM -. . . $ 1 Church plans to observe "UNTAMED YOUTH"

GLIDERS 0. . 0 .$39. anniversary at 8 pan. Plus -

2-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP. .$29. nite. President, Mary Tension At Table Rock
has invited choirs and
,. FUEL. OIL HEATERS ', 0 ,. .. .$ I groups throughout. Duval COMING aODNITE, NOV. 2nd
29, the ,church will begin Plus -
of its 31st an .Nite The World Exploded
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Gaither he Is knownis and admiration of his associatesand AT STRAND SUNDAY' .
Fla RATTLERS' .COACHJake as familiarly '
Tallahassee I
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e'1 On behalf of the, students, the faculty, and staff of ..- a Kentuckian who received his competitors because of his

FAMU PREP Florida A." and M. Univedsity, I welcome you to the undergraduate training and ath praiseworthy attitude and high S f _

Gator Bowl tonight as we kick-off the Third Annual letic laurels at Knoxville College resolve with respect to activities yF

"Florida Classic" football series with our sister institutionof Tennessee. A graduate degree and actions on and off the field.

Bethune-Cookman College.We from Ohio State University.Gaither's He asserts that "what a man believes -
higher learning,
tenure Head Coach .
a consider it privilege and a pleasure to continue as determines the way he will
F a since 1945 has, seen him lead theBattlers
Wildcats of Bethune-Cookman act. This attitude is evidenced in _
gridiron rivalry with the [ .c seven consecutive con.

9 { '4 b", College. We extend to them, their President, alumni and Terence championships In the en. his off repeated statement that, ia

..Ai r9 y friends our best wishes and heartiest welcome. lire time he has been on the "the important ithng is not the
Y.y coaching staff he has shared in itself but it is 'what
game ; one
alumni and friends of
.. The students, faculty, staff, producing teams that captured
into the spiritof bring to it, what he puts Into It.
wholeheartedly enter
Florida A. and eleven undisputed conference and
; of their and what he gets out of it that \.
bis occasion and'extend the full measure five national championship titles. ----------
yA GaIther counts." Guided by this belief he
-',3; '_ N'_ devotion and interest to the fulfillment of the aim' and a s In the sixteen years of his tutelage affirms that whether or not an Jack Palance and Barbara
of Florida A. and M. University
objectives of the "Florida Classic." individual or a team Is in the Lang (above) star in MOM'Snew

May the better team win. ALONZO S. GAITHEB, Head teams, they have scored 146 winning or the losing column suspense thriller, "HOUSEOF t-
Goerge W. Gore wins 26 losses, and 9 ties against .
Coach. Director of Athletics and does not really matter if it gives NUMBERS playing first
i :: opponents in all conferences.
._.' ._ ._ _. Head of the Department of Physical the game the best it has to give. run at the Strand Sunday
President Education. Coach "Jake" Gaither has won the respect Jake expounds this philosophynot through Saturday, Oct. 27th

only to the boys on the teamhe Nov 2nd. Co-feature Warners

coaches but to officials school technicolor riot, "PRINCE AND
administrators student bodies SHOWGIRL,0 starring Marilyn
'- and spectators as well as the gen. Monroe In her greatest movie
: ; The City of Jacksonville

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IF YOU ice. We extend hearty greetings. to the FloridaA. and M. .. <-. ..'

WANT OUT OF DEBT PRESIDENT University Family OB the occasion of the Third Annual, ,;h- }.:. '
THE ANSWER IS AS NEAR "Florida Classic." The friendship dial! has existed be-: : .

AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS : tween Florida A. & M University and Bethune-Cookman .. ; : -
OWE OR WHAT YOUR College over the years hat been symbolic of" the cooperation v: 1'.

PAST'CREDIT RECORD IS. of educational "institution in the great. task of :.
i LET US SHOW YOU HOW I making a better world. -<& ><':=.' of, ,..." _
FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON the institution will '.ft.
Today the football teams of two .). '_ ,
I PAYMENTS YOU CAN engage in contest. Each will be playing $o:win the game. :. : t

i AFFORD. That is the spirit of inter-collegiatfe athletics and thatis ... :. ....,I ,
Budget Counsellors ., ," ''''
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230 WEST FORSYTH ST. good sportsmanship in the contest. It is my hope that ,.
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4 which will usher In Homecoming weekend at Florida A. and M. University. Her attend. -
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Get Your Tickets for the : ants (left) La-Kay Beasley and Betty Edwards of Tallahassee junior and sophomore at.

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.,5,.! THE FLOCIDA .STAB Saturday; October 26, 1957

I ;. '.' News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I I.y.

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i ; Putnam County News 'lAX CITIZENS Wedding Bells

.. Melvin Golden, Jr., 1442 West
.: : 9' If TO RECEIVE 27th St., ,age 23 and Mattie Ruth

.,' BY E. J. PREEN Carlisle, 3420 W. Moncrief Road,
:. ._ a -, ". lOa Madison Street Palatka. Florida : $ .. n4sfM age 20.
:.'"''!-" Phone.Ead 5-9M6 MEDALLIONS JoshuaVrn.. Goldson, Miami,

The: Putnam County Schoolteachers 4 LJtLIlT! : Fla.. age 25 and Barbara Jean
The #t Leach, 611' Van Buren St. 18-
attended the 5th district acting, superintendent. public Jacksonville Citizens who are age
is cordially invited to attend all Thos. Gaskins, Jr.. 5427 BrunchDr.
meeting in Gainesville last Mon. of the services.ADVISORS. rid' y"'n 6t to receive the Mary McLeod I .. age 24 and Gloria Gene

+ day. Bethune Medallion for oustanding I Lilly, 4938 Paris Ave., age 19.

i \ 'i r
17e many friends of Robert II HOLD "Y" MEETINGThe fields are: Dr. H. James Greene, .,, age 35 and Rosa M. Jackson

ABea. frill be glad to know that i Principal of James Weldon John. 1740 Fairfax St.. age 33.
Advisors Council of the Charlie W. Thompson. 733 West
be h convalescing: at the home of YWCA, held their first meeting son Junior High School, and Dr. Monroe St., age 35 and Julia B.

Us parents Mr. and; .Mrs. Arthur with Mrs. ;Julia Wallace, newly. :J. Irving E. Scott, Specialist in Levings. 733 Monsoe St., age 34.

ABea. elected chairman presiding. Secondary Education. Duval Lester Coley, 435 Phelps St.,

Plans for the November Recognition County, in the field of Educationand age 34 and Elizabeth Johnson, 435
Be sure you'go to the polls Service were discussed Phleps St., age .2.
Civic In the fieldof
..A vote the 22nd of October. along with the new membershipdrive Enterprise. Lester Johnson, 836 W. ChurchSt.

for girl, members. Preparation Medicine and Civic Enterprise, ., age 19 and Leola Parker, St.

Mrs. Ruth Walker of Palatka for participation of 200 Blue Dr. Lincoln B. Childs, Practicing Augustine, Fla., age 16.

'was a very pleasant visitor in Triangle and Y-Teen Club girlsin ZL Physician, and Oscar Hillman,| Perry Hall, 1050 Pohattan St.,

Jacksonville last week-end as the the Community Chest Paradewas ETt Owner. Manager of Pratt Funeral j t age 30 and Katie Jefferson, 1050
house guest of Mrs, Edna John. made. Y Powhattan St., age 37.
of 532 W.Church Street. The remainder of the week jt Home: In the field of Journalism: I
son ; I John Wallace, 1543 JohnsonSt.
clubs over the city will be meet. Eric O. Simpson; Owner Manager, | ., age 60 and Rosa Nelson, 1555

The friends of Dr. J. Long will ing and inviting others to join Florida Star Newspaper. i i W. 5th St., age 60.
be glad to know that he is con. their ranks. This is Knqwn as The Medallions will be pre.'I Robt. Golson 1518 LouisianaSt.

valescing in his home after being "Roll Call Week." TA3IPA, FLORIDA Mrs. Fannie B. Stone, Treasurer of Central Life Insurance Company of sented Tuesday night October 29. ., age 28 anr Mildred Cherry, ,
quite ill for. the past few weeks. Theme for this year's Roll Callis Florida; presents Life Office Management Association Institute certificates to Miss Victoria A. Casel Moore Bethune Cookman College, 1678 Kings Rd., age 21.

"Space For You." It is hoped las, Mrs. Beatrice A. Black, Mrs. Helen S. Saunders and Roland J.''Yates. Albert D. Moore who earned Gymnasium The. presentation
Rev. O. W. Doleson who was that new girls throughout, the a certificate is not shown. is a part of the 7th Honors

recently; appointed pastor of the city will wish to belong to the The group was complimented by Mrs. Stone for having the foresight to seek self.Improvement In Convoration of the Board of Truss.

ZIon Baptist Church, St. Angus movement of women and girls. Its chosen field and was urged to continue its quest for knowledge. tees.The WALL PAPERAT i 5
tine, visited Rev J. A. Wrightlast The second Sunday in November The Life Offl Management Association located In New York City and awards certificates in theme of the Convocationwill

Monday; in his home on S. girls in the city will come "Principles of Life Insurance" to persons who pass four'examinations composing course one. This be "The Christian Liberal BARGAIN PRICES
8th street. together to worship in the annual course is survey in nature and deals with basic principles and general knowledge the functions of Arts College in the 20th Century." ALSO -
Dr. George W. Gore, Presidentof
observance of World Fellowshipand
practically every department In a lifo Insurance company..
,,:.The Annual, Women's ,Day pro- their Recognition Ceremony: Florida A & M University, PAINTMETROPOLITAN
Memberships will have been reported 6:00.6:02 Sign On Tallahassee, Florida will deliver I
:gram of Bethel AME Church 1 6026 News & Weather I'
and each girl contributes CLASSIC WOBS 6.057:00 Heaven's Road the Convocation address with
Palatka Fla. will be held October 7:007:03' News St Weather
,. 25 cents for World Fellowship as 7:038:00 Morning capers (Bob music being furnished by the i PAPER STORE
27, 1957. Mrs. J P. Morris an expression of faith and assist. PROGRAM SCHEDULE Hudson) Bethune-Cookman Choir and the I!I
8.008:03 News & Weather 11 W. Church Elgin 34)628)
wife of the pastor, will serve as ance to work of the "Y" in foreign HAS DEBUT INJACKSONVILLE 8:039.00 Morning Capers (Bob concert band.BUSINESS .
:acting pastor of the day. Mrs. countries. MONDAY-YRIDAY SCHEDULE: Hudson)
6:006:02 Sign On 9:009:03 News & Weather
-jMable Merkerscn of Hastings win 6426.05 News & Weather 9:03-10.00 Jumpln Show (Johnny
,introduce Mrs W. E. 1 Harris, in. 6457:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon Daniels)
BAND PARENTS MEET Grace). 10:00-10-03 News & Weather
:structor In the W. E. Harris High 1007.03' News ft Weather 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne
7:.3- 8.00 Morning Capers (Bob Shaw)
School of Hastlnfs, speaker for AT ISIAH BLOCKERThe PALM CLASSIC Page 7 T Hudson) 11:00-11:03 News & Weather L

"*the morning service. Isaiah Blocker School Band The Palm Classic, the'first time 8439:00 8408:03 Morning News ft Capers Weather(Bob 11:03-12:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No.1, (Yvonne ,

: At 7:00 pc m. Mrs. IL L.. Bur. Parents Club met last week and presented in this city, will feature Hudson) -00-12:03 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne r

1 iney, teacher at Middleton High made plans for the pre-haloween the Edwarr Waters College Tig. 943-10.00 940-9.03. Jurnpin'News &Show Weather(Johnny 1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels.) 4;
!School In Crescent City, speaker Spook Ball Oct. 30. ers and the Florida Normal Col. Shaw) i 12:151:00 Noontime( Daniels TanetimeYvonne ) i ii a hc
10.00-1043 News & Weather
for'the evening, win be presented The newly elected officers are: lege Lions in a football game, 10:03-1140 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon i 1:032:00 1:001:03 News Gospel A Train Weather No. 2 (Yvonne
by Mrs. M. T. Maxwell of East Mrs. Margaret Long, president; Nov. 2. The game will be playedin 1140-1143) News Grace)ft Weather Daniels)
.Palatka During the service Miss Mrs. Estelle Wilson, vice president the Mj.rtle'Avenue Ball Park, 11:03-1240,Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon %2:002:03 3OO.Saturday. News & Weather Session (Johnny

.B. M. Malloy will be honored for ; Mrs. Luzie Martin, secretary beginning at S p.'m i 1240-12:05 Local Grace News) (Yvonne 3:0030)3_ News thaw)& Weather

:having given fifty years of ef ; Mrs. Fannie Sneed, assls- The score fo: the series of 1245-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels) 3:034:00 Saturday Shaw Session (Johnny
'flclent, constant and faithful ,tacit secretary; Mrs. Marie Buggs, play is tied at 3-3 with both 12:151.00 Noontime Tunetlme 4:004:03 News)& Weather
church service. treasurers-Aubrey Isaac; business teams expecting to brealc: the tie. 140-1:03 News(Yvonne ft Weather Daniels) Ct35:10 Saturday Shaw Session (Johnny
The Women's Day schedule will manager; Mrs. Aline Washington The halftime entertainment: will 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon 5:00St3 News)& Weather

t begin with the Sunday School at reporter and Mrs. Thelma Barn. feature two rival high school 2:00243 News Grace)ft Weather 5:035:45 Saturday:Shaw) Session_ (Johnny
2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
9:30 a. m. Mrs. R. D. Williams, well, chaplain. I bands. o Grace) SUNDAY SCHEDULE
3:"M- 3:13 News ft Weather C:0042 Sign On
3:0JCGG: Jumpln' Show (JohnnyShaw 1:02- S4S News & Weather
) (45* 740 Heaven's Road (Deacon

'j 1 OU Lon't Hove to Go to Town to Get PATRONIZEStar 44-4:03.5x': 4-fl1' v, ...ws aln'ft !Show Weather(.Johnny 7 SL..w\ 7.037iW Ueaven'Road (Deacon
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5435:45 Jumpln' Show (Johnny: '7:308:00 Latimore Gospel Singers
j LOW PRICES Advertisers Shaw) (Live Gospel Singing)
SATURDAY, SCHEDULE S408:39 Healing Roberts)Waters, (Oral

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SOO40 Jax Revival Centet (2ev.to1040 .
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U.M-10:30 Heaves Fire Gospel Singers
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Saturday October 26, 1957 IrfE FLORIDA STAR Pap 8enID ,

I '. Jacksonville '-Is Set For Florida ssicaturday_ ., :-:.> I



I I MADISON, Wis. The University t LOCAL SCHOOLS } 'r ). .

of Wisconsin has the first '.. .. .. lit .. .,. lit .. lit .. .
CL PARHAM JOHNSON regular tan quarterback in Big <

Octobr 22, 1955 was designated at "Florida Classic Day" by Ten football history and from Edward Waters New Stanton High .ji

Jacksonville's Mayor-Commissioner Ha don Burns when the WUd- } vcr reports of the coach, he has developed ;. . .<>

cats of Bethune-Cookman College of Daytona Beach and the Rat. x into one of the finest in Oct. 26-Voorhees (T). (H). -

tiers of Florida A and M met la a crucial game of the season at the Big Ten this Year.. Nov. Florida Normal (T). Oct. 25-BTW, Miami (T).

the Gator Bowl, and now the two.teams will meet. again October. Thq young man is Sid Williams Nov. 9-S.C. Area Trade (T). Nov. 1-Beach High, SavannahH

26 in another Florilda Claude. ; a junior from Little Rock Ark. Nov. Friendship CollegeH ( ).

The referee's whistle will blow ( ). ,
; His parents wrote the Universityof
i collegiate' Athletic Conference. Nov. Campbell, Dagona (T).
I at 8 p. m. to open another game | Wisconsin three years ago ask. Nov. 23-Daniel Payne (H).
I between the two teams. Both are I The Rattlers will be 'out to de. ing If; a scholarship could be Nov. 15-Center High, Way- .
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members of the Southern 'Inter. .fend their ,championship ,and the gyp.14N available to Sid. It was available, Gilbert High -.'

I Wildcats will be and it.has 'off. Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H).,
out to halt the ( paid Oct. 25 Quincy (H).

I championship!! march of the ,Rat i_ Williams, studying chemical Nov. 1-Savannah (T). S

STOP tiers. y'r' engineering, had won eight letters Nov. 8 Panama City (H). Douglas Anderson /'

i I The Rattlers of Jake Gaither In high school in ,Lottie Rock, Nov. 15-BTW, Pensacola (T). a'.
a;' rc Oct. 24--Stanton (H).
I will enter the game as heavy but his ,athletic achievement is Nor 23 New Stanton (H). .., "
RELIEVE favorites but Coach Bunky Matthew but one phase of his attainmentat Oct. 30-Voc. High (H). ."

Wisconsin. He is president of Nov. 8 Bunnell T .
TOOTHACHE and'hfs ( ).
Wildcats will have
D. C. Vocational HighOct.
the student council, a member ofa
IN 20 SECONDSJUST something to say about who will Nov. 15-Open. |
w : national honor society and he 18 D. Anderson (H). _
A TOUCH OfOR be the underdog and who will be maintains a 90 plus average in ,Nov. Murray, St. AugustineT Nov. 22-Open. 1

the, favorites. Both teams will be ( ). Nov. 28-Peck High Fernan-
the school.
OiM tough engineering
A J k a
playing heads-up football.. Williams has been a ,standout Nov. 23-Gilbert (H). diva (T),. *F-
Whe these two bitter rivals of ..>
In every game the Badgers have
the gridiron meet it will be clashof :
played this season. He is an accurate I
35 brains and brawn.The Rattlers field SIAC SCHEDULEFLORIDA .
10 29 passer, a good generaland

have built a' strong offense anda fi a shifty runner. A & M UMVEBSTTY FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE

376 44 -651 defense from the returning As far back as has, been Oct. 26-B-Cookman (Jackson. Oct. 26-S. C. State, Orangeburg.
members of last year's team and (Peach Blossom Classic.)
f checked,.he is the first tan quar- vile)
Watch 'This Clown newcomers who have plugged the terback in the history of the Nov. 2-Benedict (T Nov. 2-Tuskegee, Fort Valley
CHIEF OF TIlE RA'lTLERS--Jake Gaither, head coach of Nov. 9}Morris Brown, Columbus
gap left vacant ,by the men who the Florida A &\1 University Rattlers and athletic director conference. Nov. ,9-N.OA. & T. (T). Nov. 16-KnoxvUle. (There) k

made history last year for the Nov. 16-Allen U. (T). Nov. 28-Albany.
shown in the picture will send his champion Rattlers againstthe T 7
L 8 Rattlers. BethuneCookmanVlldcats at the Gator Bowl Saturday at FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Nov. 23-Southern U. (H). KNOXVILLE COLLEGEOct.

The Wildcats have developed a Dec 14-OJB. Classic (Miami). 26-Bluefield, Knoxville
22 8 p. m. Galther is recognized as one of the leading coaches in OCT. 25Savannah
team that is expected to give (Homecoming)
,55 the Rattlers all of the competition the country.' He is also called The molder of champions, since State (tenative), BETIIUNE-COOEMAN Nov. 2 Allen, Knoxville, Tenn.

his teams have won the SLAG championship yearafteryear.He Savannah' Georgia.... Oct. 26-Fla. A&M (Jackson Nov. 9-Morehouse, Atlanta, Ga.
they are looking for. has also developed several AH-Americans. The Wildcats, have OCT. 26Clafiin ville). Nov. 16-Fort Valley, Knoxville.
753 83 The great marching band of Nov. 23Ala. A&M. Normal Ala.
never won the Florida ClassicjPORTING vs. Albany State Nov 2-Open.
Florida A & Af University 'will
-- Albany, Georgia. Nov. 9-Gramling (T). LANE COLLEGE
provide the spectators with many
Miss.Oct. .
Florida Normal Morris
vs. Nov. Xavier-Tilt of Maroon
he's up events during the half time show. 26-Miles College, Blrmtag..
Sumter, S. C. & Gold (Lakeland .
Sometimes he's down )
ham Ala.
Each the band brings something -
lie adds, subtracts Nov. 2 -A1Ien U. (Homecoming Nov. 2-Flak University Jackaoa
He works it all around new. The Bethune-Cookman !TW-I
cause he couldn't make the ) (H). Tenn. (Homecoming)
band which is also a' fine 'band Nov. Phflander-Smlth College-
he thought he should have
For November 2 ALABAMA Jackson Tenn.MOREHOUSE .
will join with the half time show. _' A&M ,
made. He did not
give a thoughtto
3654 19 The Florida Classic will get Oct. 26-Allen U., Columbia S.C. COLLEGE
I WILLIE GAUMOKE, the for. the other fighters who lost as Nov. 2-Ala. State, Birmingham.
underway at 8 o'clock. I Oct. 25-Tuskegee, Columbus, Ga.
which will be, made up of outstanding much as $2,000,000. There were Nov. 9-S.C. State, Normal, Ala. 2 Clark Atlanta Go.
Nov. ,
mer Florida A&M flash, con-
f college seniors. fighters like Beau Jack, Joe Nov. 23-Knoxville, Normal, Ala. Nov. 9-Knoxville, Atlanta Ga..

fi tines to play a standout role WOODY SAULSBURY former. Louis, Ezzard Charles, Jake La. ALABAMA STATE Nov. 16-Howard. Washington. ,

i Going Places 1 among professional football play. ly of the Harlem Globetrotters : Motta, Randy Turpin and Kid Oct. 25-rAIa..State Montgomery. D.C.
L ers. In a game 'last Sunday between ,' Gavflan. Johnny tried big-time Nov. 2-Ala. A&M. Birmingham. Nov. 23-FIsk, Nashville, Tenn.
f appears to be a fixture with the Nov. 9-Savannah St. Savannah.Nov. .
gambling, but the big boys MORRIS BROWN COLLEGEOct.
- the Chicago Bears and ,the Philadelphia Warriors 'according would 16-Ftsk U., Nashville St. Frankfurt.Nov. .
26-Kentucky ,
Los GaUmore, always take Bratton to the clean. Nov. 28 Tuskegee Inst. Mont.
Angeles Rams to George Senesky, coach of the 1-Open.
scored an four of the Bears I 6-7 ers. He couldn't take it so it ran ColumbusNov.
Warriors. Saulsbury is a newcomer ALLEN'UNIVERSITY Nov. 9-Fort Valley St.

touchdowns. He ran for a totalof to the Warriors who has him crazy. Oct. -Ala. A&M, Columbia. 16-S. C. State, OrangeburgNov.

153 yards. The four touch. been quite Impressive. His performances JIMMY BROWN, who was called (Homecoming) 23-Open.

downs were scored from within have been an asset to the greatest ,football player in Nov. 2-Knoxville, (Knoxville) Nov. 28-Clark College Classic, )Atlanta.

the Rams' 20. It ,has been pre th Warriors. college when he,played for Syracuse Nov 28Bethune.Coakman, Day. (Thanksgiving
University, is turning out to Nov. 16-Fla. A&M, Columbia. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
dicted already that GaUmore was HANK'AARON, theMilwaukee tona Beach, Fla.
1 v be a star performer for the Oct. 26-Ft. Valley St., Orange-
destined to be of the Braves
one greatest great hitting star, said
T1Y Cleveland Browns. He has become BENEDICT COLLEGEOct. burg. S. C.
stars to hit the ranks before ,of'
professional the close the season Nov. 2-Claflin CoU OrangeburgNov.
26-Savannah St. Savannah.
+s in many years. that the greatest home' run of his the team's key man on offense., Nov. 2-Fla. A&M, Columbia., 9-Ala. A&M Normal Ala.

: THE CHICAGO BEARS with career was the one he hit againstthe gaining 244 yards In 37 carries Nov. 9-Allen U., Columbia, S.C. Nov. 16-Morris Brown, Orange.

I I Bobby Watkins, Willie Galimore, St. Louis Cardinals to clinch an average of 6 and one half Nov. 16-MIles Memorial, BIr.! burg S. C* (Homecoming) Col.

: Rick Casares, Perry Jeter, Zeke I the-1957 pennant for the Braves. yards per try. He has also snared mingham, Ala., Nov.umbla 28-S.Benedict C. College
Nov. 23-Bishop College, Colum. ,
Bratkowski, George Blanda and Aaron said he felt that he had 14 passes for 121 yards. Brown'scoach bla S. C. '
at Sch- TUSKEGEE INSTITUTEOct. :: : : : :
company have won only one the same. ,feeling that Bobby Syracuse Floyd Nov. 28-S. C. State, Columbia,
wattswalder maintains that the 25 Morehouse CoL, Colum-:
game during regular season play. Thomson must have had when he (Homecoming).

They have, lost three. The Bears hit that home run against the 21.year-old, 225 pound' fullbackhas CLARK, COLLEGE Nov.bus.: -Fort Ga.. Valley State College'

won from the Los Angeles Rams I Dodgers to clinch the pennant for not reached his 'peak. (Homecoming). Fort Valley, Ga.

34426 for their only win. I the Giants. JAKE SOLOMONS, British Oct. 25-Ala. State Montgomery.Nov. Nov. 9-MIles College. Tuskegee,

ROY CAMPANELLA, the iron- HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSONsaid boxing promoter, has offered 2-Morehouse, Atlanta, Ga. (Homecoming)

man catcher of the Brooklyn I it is really great being a heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson Nov: 9-Xavier, New Orleans Atlanta., La. Nov. 16-DUlard U., New Orleans
Savannah St.
Nov. 16
Dodgers set 'a National League I New York, Yankee because when $140,000 to defend his title Nov, S-Morris Brown,,Atlanta. Nov. 28-Ala. State, Montgomery

g ,:tr,. catching record over the past sea. he is at bat, a pitcher will not!i in England next June He indicated r
son when he completed nine take a chance walking him to get opponent
s would probably be Dick Richard. Oct. 26-Howard U., Washington! 26 Jackson College Jadb-
of over to fellows like Mantle Berra
straight seasons catching ,, D.C. son, Miss.

z.sN 100 or more games per season. He Skowron and Bauer. The big I son, 23-year-old Welch. heavy. Nov. 2-Lane College, Jackson Nov. 9-Clark Col., New Orleans:

i has been tied with Gabby Hart.: "Georgia Boy" has completed six I weight. Tenn. Nov. 16-Bethune Cookman, Day.
I [nett and Al Lopez,at eight before' years In the big leagues, three 1 ARCHIE MOORE, the light Nov. 16-Ala. State, Montgomery tona Beach Fla.

I the past season. Bill Dickey, the were with Cleveland and two with: heavyweight boxing champion, Nov. Morehouse, Nashville. Nov. 28-Dfflard, New Orleans. '

I former Yankee great, holds the Kansas City before he was traded! has been offered $100,000 by a ')
of Detroit businessmen to
all-time record with thirteen. to the Yankees. In 1955 he hit 1 group PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR
I defend his title Chuck
: I GOOSE TATUM, former star. over .300 and last year he hit against }

I of Hie Harlem Globetrotters will i .293 with, 105 runs batted In and Speiser In Detroit. Speiser is the ADVERTISERSFOQTBALL

., headline a new basketball show,: 21 homers. Simpson finished the No. 4 light heavyweight conten-

m iwer iua rt WHO, D TO m TOOl wear. WIT SIlt CJHLT rtn TOO. known as the "FaboIoBs Goose 1957 season as a Yankee with a der.VALMY THOMAS the Nek
COST no DCTU.MO coua WITH GORX jeca tJVr.i Tatum and Harlem, Stars," that: .270 batting average, 13 home II
i York Giants catcher received a -
'will appear In major cities across: runs, 63 RBTs and 109 base hits. ,
hero's welcome from thousandsof !
the nation this winter. The part. JOHNNY BRATTON, one of

Slim Trim and Handsome! Ifs 'theQId nershlp of, Tatum and Haynes! ,I! the great fighters of the age, is fellow Virgin Islanders. The
owner of the Harlem Magiciansrecently said be In a mental institution
Thomas Day" In honor of the first
dissolved and because he went
partnership crazy over
native son to play In major lea. THE BETHUNE-COOKMAN WILDCATS ,
Tatum Is his team Bratton be-
forming, own money. was grieved .1
Kentucky Taverns gue baseball. Thomas and Mrs.. -VI-,
i Thomas were escorted throughthe

streets by a motorcade head.I THE FLORIDA & M. RATTLERS

ed' ty leading citizens of St.I

Croix. He was presented with al In The =- ,
Pocket Flask 144nch bronze plaque mounted on
-smart walnut with a bust replica of Thomas .

In a baseball uniform. GALA PRE-GAME & HALF-TIME SPECTACULAR .

to have this fine Bourbon always seem to be headed to another Featuring The

K conference championshipwith FAMED FAM-U AND B. C. C. MARCHING BANDS ..

such overwhelming victoriesover

on hand Every drop -z Fort Valley and the Morris SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 26 8:00 P. M. .

Brown Wo verlnes. Both schools THE GATOR BOWL. .
V 1.44I are Georgia colleges. Florida has .
: met the Georgia enemies and now Jacksonville, FloridaADMISSION t
to. perfection
timed await other foes to subdue. What "-
solution can anyone give on how -
i Box Seat $3.50-Res. Seat $2.50-End Zone $1.50
to stop the Rattlers? One guessis ,

7 full- as good as another.
_ p years ;i- MaO. orders for tickets win be accepted after October 7 by
Paul Hyde, Business Manager, Bethune-Cookman College,
Jacksonville at the present ,
% Daytona iSeacn. Florida; II. K. Partridge, Business Manager,
"How win Stanton fare this year
,Florida A-and 31 University. Tallahassee, Florida.!'
d' 1.N.flri against Gilbert Stanton is set
.=--I.I.' ting the "Big '9" conference on Tickets*onvsaio; after October 7 at tt following Jacksonville

tl __ out of locations: Hollywood Music Store, sos W. Ashley; OobeaBrof.hen.
Mlr{ fire with four games won,
St. James.. Boulevard Harry Finklesteln Co. 653 W.
_JAt MIMIIMf 1 7-- four games played. .

r IL 1-1, -, ..... J-' r H .e Smooth sailing until we meet Bay: and Tourist Bureau Hemming Park


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Fae Eight' .. '. .',-;", '.". :.'ot.....{:...",' :'',.-:; .... ;' .,,-!.: -_ ::..,..,'.,...,..'. .. ,.....-.p --. nIE FLORIDA STAB -. .- ,..'... -......... .. -_. .' Saturday October 19. 1W7 )I;

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'F-. i 5. r.nona f oul -/ hn o f 11 Intentional'.n J s'' : SCORE *
ai, I IES' IIGNAU'.i. : Grounding \\tf f\ ,
t, -
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-- -: (.. .. ).., I j t Jt AMU I BETHUNE *

t;;!:} .. \ ; 1 '.. *

,. .oJ''W.1 ...1, ,r :::R First Quarter it

a. \ --- .. 10. Holding *
: 'I .
1. Offside or violation l T 4. Rae 9 hness % I
12. forward
of frte-fcick l ruin 3. Illegal motion at snap end piling en 9. Unsportsmanlike Conduct &: 1 Illegal pots *
"-- o''I
r FOUL a,
SIGNALS Second Quarter *

Interference.with fair ;
f .
catch.or forward pats :,r "

t.: == $ A JfI..b ( > : (.1'1(:\ *{:) 1\\ D.T 1 Third Quarter : i11eet

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..':."':/./., .!;.1 1S.'DCO or penalty' no score. orwo'dposs-H'| \\l'Vj=j L I V\\ V(Tl l -.I\\\\1.J>'>:- A/ ) '\\J2J\ ; |x 1 1rJ6.t\ : \II "'. '' ( 1 Fourth I QuarterTOTALS :L7o&a44tip

14.; IneBgible Receiver 1*.erawlirrg.g, pushing \ B. Touchdown: or \ -_.Y F. BoH r.adpfar, play G. Clock starts
Down. Field on Fott or h ''p"'g.Nil".' A loll i j a. d.od field goal C Safety i E. First down \
A or the Pepd Cm* U '

NAACP MEETS these Americans OBttUnttnc who make Jean em '

.. THE FINEST PLACES TO VISIT LOOKLOTS 1 If ii ,f country afcctUrplacetawafcatotrre.t and oar community

.) .,jY.! While In Jax For The "Florida Classic" ':t' AT SHOE WANTEDAT x ....- -- .

ONCE *_* ** .
Delegates to the 18th Annual Prices
Session of the ,Florida State Con. Learn Art *
Tropicana/ Lounge & Package Store ference of Branches, NAACP are Paid *
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I.. _.. .<"''f' ......>,,,,_ ,v--o,' '''"'W.-,,,,,,... ,a;'. """ ",...........;oo;>OO'''>=<'i'U .:> ""''>:'.:<-,7Z'r..,'. in Jacksonville for sessions dealing Call EL 5-4328 both Fine and Commercial *
withdiscrimination on all
Level of iC
levels in Florida. The meeting is "Highest
being held at the Shiloh Metro Art Taught Anywhere" iCiC
politan Baptist Church, Rev. A. VETERAN APPROVEDLow !
Prayer changes I
r B. Coleman, pastor. $" Tuition :
7., "' '. Cost
: >::a,: ; thlnlgs,all your
j; Y!>t!,,:; Plans for an all-out voters reg. -tc
istration drive and discussions on Problems may American School of Art ,,-
be solved. SEE it 4
'' .
:. how to motivate people to become > 1<"",?: 106 East Bay Street ZETA GIBSON .
% {
?!:rar'.??f, .:;:ga v f; the great advi- 'F:. I -iC
registered were the main topics Phone EL New Stanton
: : .4 ,
n f1f
.:1 S;; ser. N o mall, iC
o: discussed. The discussion leader "
c "spf : High School
,'a.Yt'n 4rEav:?? ., ::, L yg 'Ya,: h., y;. PLEASE See : k
.'SL.. a' .rw.o i :.y""x' for the workshop was Air. Edward Pepsi Cola Dealers and "'1'
:Rtbf.Y '
him face to ;
D. Davis ''president of the Pepsi Cola Bottling Co. iC
face. Ask' for ;
k auos : : Florida Voters League and Political what you want. a- Action Chairman for the
;A fw.QJuw : of the 10th gradetc
f NAACP in Florida. J. ERNEST ARNOLD class. She Is a membertc
Other workshops on legislative Home Off.:West Savannah, Ga. $ LOANS $ of the National Honor
action against the NAACP and a 244 McINTYRE STREET iC
$1,000 $2,000 '- $3,000 SocIety New Home.
report on the proposed bills introduced $4,000 up to $25,000 makers of America and iC

to the Florida State Legislature Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred the Marching Band. .... ,
were brought to the dele KING on unpaid balance at 6%.

+4t'' +' gates.A Let us help you to completeyour ********u.*.*. .*. *
spokesman for the NAACP,
4,: house or refinance 38
Y Attorney Francisco A. Rodriguez, THE TAILOREXPERT years in the same place. l *Ty

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r a. : fa have ultimately ended with the Call *
!. doubt all of the legislation would *
x 4 told reporters that without a Ty
United States Supreme Court declaring

them unconstitutional.More -:- TAILORING Simmons or Mr. Walsh yTT
than 100 ministers gathered Slain and Monroe
Myrtle Ave. at 21st Street R-E-W-E-A-V-I-N-G
at Shilah Metropolitan Baptist 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.
i .' Delightful Atmosphere For Pccple With Exquisite Tastes .I in a meeting of the Church EL 4.794310 Broad St. Phone EL 5S014EL *

Package Liquors & Cocktails Served Work' Committee for the State. Jacksonville, Florida 63391CURRENT *
Chairman of the meeting was the I *

Rev. James N,. Byrd. Presidentof .
I I. Iy 1 the State Conference is the T* MIRIAM BURNEY
I Enquire Bar & Lounge I New Stanton

Rev., A.Joseph Reddick, Miami. Compliments ,,: ( High School
K Hy
$ .. :Miriam Is a member

of the 11th grade class.

.hc:'2: x4'fyhr'. i:,F' .3x w CHIPS OFF THE BLOCK She Is a member of the
k Y.Teens, Mathematics
: n -"'-|By JAY JAY_ ie'Club, l\larch1ni Band and

The I -:_ K an honor student. .. ..
longawaited "Florida K
Classic" is scheduled for tomorrow .cl M wwwwwwwT11ELMETIA .
night at the Gator Bowl. It Hogan and Monroe TTTTTTTYTT'y
seems as tho It was just a few

short years ago when the Idea of I.
playing In the Gator Bowl was
night is more of a social affair
than -: SUN. OCT. 27 WED. OCT. 30 :-
an athletic contest. It is a

foregone conclusion that unless iCC!
Bunky Matthews pulls some ele-
phants out of a hat,'Bethune will i I ..iC.at

be completely outclassed. Folks ficago Confidentiaft I .

I are going to meet all friends and YVETTE

I make new:, ones. Actually Jack. Y_rf.r.lYW '+ ABGRETrtc

sonville is entertainment hungry. New Stanton iC

The ladies complain ,that they High SchoolTribute iC
have no places. to wear their
Is paid to -tc
d Just,a dream. Now we accept use Thelmetla of the 12th

of the city's facilities as common. ... grade class. She Is af. iC

place or everyday. The municipal ftr 0t < 1 1a fainted with the Grant
COlt courses are the only places JAMES MITCHELL] A.M.E. Church, a meow
where use by Negro citizens Is ***nn wca MOOTS ROSEMARlEBOWc ber of the Nationalor iC

limited 2 Shockers- STARTS THURS., OCT. 31-First Run Society and the, iC

.. duds. Homemakers of America. -tc
'"" ''''' Man Who
<< "'" 'F Turned To Stone""ZOMBIES
The only bitter pill to me is * *
8th & DAVIS that "white friends" will be offered OF MORA TAU" .

choice seats on the mid- Congratulations froan Pepd)
field stripe and we are scarcely Cola to these than Merit
. I 1 allowed in the park for their Award wiaaerst!
Drive fn liquors On King's Rd. games. I,don't think that the idea 1 Listen to Pepsi MeritAward

.. of attendance and dollars should INJirt : It salutation on Pep.
7: : ::" I > ,/ sl Cola XEEK.TDO5
.. ,: : :: ,? :! ; take precedence over principle. I II I *
I WRHO, 1400 on your dialSaturday
may sound evil but I say give I
1. 10:45 to 11:43
them the end zone. Treat them *

":" like they treat us at the Georgia. II IIOrr .. &.3L
Florida game and the recent pro
game. *
On the subject of sports many very liberalarnfogs Each account b *
dog racing fans in this area are com.poasdeJ RATE
ts' *
have, wondered.why is it that no SemiAnnually i.
a facilities! .are' available for Negro ea .Sating 'V2 0/0/ F$10,000.*-:cl by Savings the *
xMw"hazsY track *In this Association 3 Jrt
devotees at Orange Parkor and Loan Insurance *
the Ja Kennel Club. This bit chartered which and tKpenrited Is- Corporation

of info may enlighten things. The by the OF DIVIDEND' I authorized by enact

@ _- same J. J. Patton who Is connect.ed U.S. Goveraneat. of Congress.IDELITV .
? with the' pro game and whois
instrumental In keeping Negroes
? in the end zone is an exec Pepsi eosDlalt" -
$ $
( at the Kennel Club. : K HIRVL: of
Members of the cork and bottle '
Savings an... fl.oanvsofinlioi. ; .Ir11. Jacbo.YlIIi
_. ..,..... .. .. set are all gathered in town., ', i
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Herb Gaines, the Budweiser man I .. ,, !I, I .. .
'I All Popular Brands At Best Prices : is working Jn this area. We meet *h :\ur "Slrt-t I'hum, EL.--Ht';* ) :( j t

.(CONVENIENTLY.LOCATED-KINGS ROAD & RUSHING) nun almost every. night,.workingof / .E .
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