Florida star

UFPKY National Endowment for the Humanities LSTA SLAF

Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 2, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news


Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
November 2, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

Full Text


S .

J.' ..' "'.. ".. ''>;::;''' ;". ,,..,

... J".. .


.SHILOII GETS H ,i byN Q Me;r '

8 o f"'tt...

Urban League BeginsIts 1 1 BMR ,, D.ter

I Campaign For Funds -


'o 'Y3 .YsY:

1, Y M .. ..<... .< \ Ciiizens Adopt 3 Youths'"

..:: :c:'i..

M x'b A t 4 ;,: flti> 't*4 .. :'5 c vN % To Save them From Jail Terms '

i'VL & .

vVx i ******************1 I f



F. Poole of Clemson College 1
The Jacksonville Urban League launched its Financial Drive
said today he has suggested to last night at the Laura Street Church Laura
DEAR FELLOW CITIZENS: North Carolina State College officials and- state-. streets._. Presbyterian. corner
I I Urban League's Office is locatedat
: that any Negro membersof II The
guest speaker for the occasion -
I IJIrs. This is let knows' that morning Nov. 1 I 109 East Union Street Room
to ,
BLOODY BABY DOLL-3Irs. Ruby Burley, better known as you Friday. athletic teams,not be sent hereto was Mr. Nelson C. Jackson No. 1. Telephone ELgin 642923.

NAACP, Is seen holding one of the five bloody dolls with at about 10 'a.m. you and we adopted three teen-age take part in competition between Associate Executive Director of
their throats cut which were found outside Shiloh Metropolitan the National'rban League. New
Baptist Church last Sunday prior to a mass meeting where she boys in Criminal Court and we are counting on you the two schools. York City New York. SHOOTING ENDS
Poole ci ed South Carolina'ssegregation
was the principal speaker. The fiery NAACP regional director fellow citizens to help us with these boys. I The goal for the Financial;
told listeners, "these attempts to intimidate us won't stop us laws as the reason! Drive is set for $15,00000. The
from striving to attain full citizenship rights". Of course, you must be wondering .why the FLORIDA forhis suggestion. He said he does I' funds will be used to continue the STREET BRAWL

not know of any scheduled events program in t heareas of health
STAR, with children of its own' to support would take
Will (. 1469 W.
jPjr&vr mlgh Negro.stu. social welfare, housing,. recreation Buddy. Collins .
in. which have.
': '**:'. .r. 22nd Street
BLOODY DOLLS LEFT AT CHURCH the responsibility of three more boys. dent competitors. o' better community life,.,in-; was critically
I 'dustrial relations and vocational wounded tn.a. fight In front'of
Well, here is the story: I I However, the matter came into I 1326 an Buren Street about 1:55:

DURING NAACP STATE MEET; The FLORIDA STAR learned last week that three boys who I the public eye when a Negro I guidance.The chairmen and committee. ajn. Wednesday Oct. 30.

are brothers, 15, 16, and 17. years of age, had been ,arrested in a I band member here with N. C. chairmen for the'Drive are: Dr. Patrolmen J. H. Tillman andL.

railroad box car. They admitted they had. pilfered some things to I State for the school's football J. H. Lewis. Honorary Chairman, C. Higginbotham reported that

SHILOH GETS BOMB TONING'By eat and were placed in Duval County Jail. game with Clemson Oct. ,5, ate in :Mrs. Ella L. Jones, Drive Chair .I witnesses gave them the following
learned that the CountySolicitor's account of the shooting.
I Checking into the situation it was man. Special Gifts Chairman,Mrs.
office, which checked with the FBI, had found no previous the Clemson College dining room. I. E. Williams, Co-Crairman, Mr.J. Collins and a man known as
Staff Correspondent criminal record against the boys. N. C. State and the Universityof H. Whittington, Labor Organ Doald Harold, 'were in a fight

O Hate groups.in Jacksonville employed new tactics af Intimidation The three youths whose names we will not divulge came here North Carolina: have a handful zations, Mr. Samuel Harper, after midnight George Parker
early this week when they tossed. Negro dolls with their throats from Houston Texas but official sources have been unable to of Negro students. The first of Chairman Mr. James Hawkins, in front of 1326 an Buren shortly

cut outside Shiloh' Baptist .Church where the closing mass meetingof locate their parents who evidently abandoned them; them were admitted as graduate Co-Chairman, Neighborhoods Mrs. 36, 653 Pippin Street and one
the Annual .State Conference of the NAACP was being held Because the boys have passed the age for admission' to the students, but there are a few Lucille H. Hplmes, Chairman Talmadge Green broke up the
last .Sunday afternoon.The Boys Parental Home it would have meant'' that they would be sent undergraduates now. Mrs. Sophie Starkes CoChairman fight and Green carried Collins .

dolls, made to look bloody I to a jail with hardened criminals unless there was someone Both Clemson and South Carolina Lodges Mr.. Irving, Chair. away to avoid more trouble.

application of some red liquid, would go off? "sometime tonight". or some group to assure the judge that they would be responsible are state supported colleges. man. Rev. L. W.. Howard, Co- About 1:55 a.m. Collins came
.for them. as is N. C. StateCHARLOTTE. Chairman Churches, Bishop S. L.! back in his taxicab and stopped
Love said he told the caller to
and obviously intended to scare We believe that every boy or girl deserves a fair opportunity Green, Chairman, Co-Chairman across the street from the Van

Negro citizens away from the wait a minute while he called of beconWng a good citizen and that we should exert every effortto N. C. The Rev. W. E. Miller Rev. A.. J. Buren Address and got out witha

mass meeting which featured Rev. A. B. Coleman pastor of prevent unfortunate youngsters from being exposed to the en- chief legal counsel of the National Hughes, Civic and Social Clubs, knife in his hand. He said he

:Mrs. Ruby Hurley, fiery regional the church to the phone. But the vironment of Jails where matured criminals are held. Assn. for the Advancement' Mrs. Mary L. Bets h, Chairman, was going to get Parker for

director of the NAACP were caller hung up. The boys were up for trial Friday morning before.Judge Lloyd of Colored 'People expressed the Mrs. Nettye Leapheart, CoChairman helping Harold.

found outside the church early The, police department was Layton so we had to act right then. Attorney Alfred R. Taylor belief here today that school Schools, Dr. J. Irving: E. As Collins attempted to cut

Sunday: morning.The notified immediately and three who appeared in the boy's behalf, assured,:the judge who withheld segregation is in its last phase. Scott, Chairman, Co-Chairman, Parker, Parker shot Collins in
meeting was attended by police cars. rushed to the scene. Sentence' that we would be responsible for feeding housing and i. Thurgood Marshall said that Mrs. Sarah Rice Mr. Chester the chest. Collins fell critically
1.600 who heard of plans for acampaign A 8earch of the building revealed I clothing the youngsters until they can 'be readjusted to normal was his belief because "the other Cowart, Business Attorney E. D. wounded near the'sidewalk.

to, get 50,000 registered no signs of a bomb. living side ,is frantic for two reasons Jackson, Chairman Mr. Isadore Collins was admitted to Duval
Negro voters. I Glennie Washington, presidentof 1 They are being temporarily housed at the Clara White ,Mission, only. ._ Jt is sure It. is losing andit Singleton, CoX3iaIrman, Professions I Medical Center. Police -obtainedthe

The "bloody doll threat was the local NAACP branch said but plans are being made to find them suitable living quarters.It is running out ,of delaying tac Dr. E. W. Thompson, Chairman gun from Parker at the scene
followed later in the evening bya he attributed the acts to ignorant is hoped that we may be able to establish a home for the tics." Chairmen, Mrs. Evelyn and, the knife was taken from
bomb scare. Nathan Love, a persons, and added: They (the youths with 'a housemother to take care of them I,through a, fund. Marshall observed: "the last Hillman Mrs. Evelyn Cummings. Collins.

deacon at Shiloh Church reported acts) certainly do not representthe Meantime, however, the boys whose ages, again, are 15, 16, and gimmick is physical violence." It must be remembered that Parker was arrested on a

that about 6:30 Sunday, evening thinking the decent peopleof 17 are in need of every conceivable article of clothing. He addressed some 1,300 persons the total success of the drive will charge of assault to murder anda
following the close of the mass the community". at the ,North Carolina NAACP depend upon the complete cooperation hold order was placed against

meeting;; he received a telephonecall Jaxons who feel the urgean5 to lead these' boy'''a helping hand convention.He and work of our Jack- Collins, charging ,him with threatening
warning him :that a bomb clothing to The FLORIDA STAB office, also indicated, the NAACP sonville citizens. The Jacksonville a man with a knife. .
asked to bring any
.had 'been planted in the church.He win them may next move for integration of
and pick
at EL "782 we
Moncriet Ed. or Can us
said the caller in a man'svoice POLICE .SPOTS and published for the southern National Guard units.
AH cash contractions will be receipted INVITED
told him that the bomb up. EISENHOWER NIXON
Very truly yours, I PERRY Matthew Hansberry, .
I ROBBERY SUSPECT MAN .CARRYING FLORIDA STAR Negro sought for the killing of

SHOT BY WATCHMANJohn Eric O. Simpson, Editor his wife, Carrie Bee, at their TO ATIEND NAACP $100 DDR
home here 28 has been
.. Sept. ,
MEAT BUNDLEPolice }I.V.VVV..V .. V V.... returned to Perry following his NEW YORK Letters of invitation to the Freedom Funddinner

Wilbert Robles, 25, 1743 surrender to FBI agents and a of the NAACP, a national benefit event, are being sent to 1
E.: 17th Street was shot by C. E. I deputy sheriff near Mobile, Ala. President Eisenhower, Vice President Nixon, New York Governor I j jI
: Taylor, night watchman at the ", last Wednesday spotted Deputy Sheriff Grady Murphy Averell Harriman and New York City Mayor Robert F. Wagner, it
Albright & Company (Junk deal- James Armand Thomas, 30, 1779 j MAN IS HELD had been, in trouble in the Army went ,to Mobile for the prisoner,I was announced here today by Jackie Robinson chairman of the t
ers) Friday night Oct. 25. W. 6th Street getting out of a' (AWOL) and was sentenced .who is now in the county jail NAACP's 1957 Freedom/Fund campaign and of the dinner committee. :
said that Robles was in cab in the back of 728 W. Ashley life. He further stated that he
Police here charged with first degree The dinner will be held on Nov. r
the act of trying to hold up the Street with a large bundle on BY POLICE FORINVESTIGATION served two years and was released murder. He will be brought before New Garment Workers Union the ;
22 at the Hotel Roosevelt in
watchman at Albright&Companyat his shoulder. the grand jury at the next Amalgamated Laundry Workers :
Faison also -told police: that he York. Approximately 1.000 persons
2726 Evergreen Avenue when Investigation revealed the session. Hansberry confessed the Joint Baord; and the United r
he was shot b watchman Taylor. bundle to contain,a side of beef spent a l2-nonth 'period and a slaying according to Murphy. from all parts of the United Automobile Workers t>f America. i
-- Robles was picked up and car. loin which was apparently stolen. 9-month period In a mental hos- Hansberry was a parolee sen- States are expected to attend.
ried to Duval Medical Center Thomas told police the meat Two men ''were caught loitering pital in Goldsboro, North Caro tenced from Leon County in 19i6 Mr. Robinson's announcementalso The purpose of the FreedomFund
him an unknownman around lina. Police, suggested that Faison dinner' is threefold: to raise I
where he was treated by DoctorsA. was given to by around business places on a second degree murder noted that among organizations ..
J. Mitchem and McOonnlc. to sell. The unknown mansupposedly 2:30 aon. last Friday, Oct. 25, be tried and, :sent; to the City charge in the killing of his first and who have purchased $100,000 for the Association's national (
works for the Jones- Farm on a vagrancy charge to persons
'n1e'watchman' was loaded wife. budget, stimulate participation
gun and when a local policeman questioned j t
record time to get back one armore dinner tickets
Company give jus
with fine shot used to kill rata Chamblhs Meat in,the NAACP life membership i:
about their it : -L : f
Gladden The meat was left at a : them Jobs from the FBL < are the''Hon.' Thomas D. Domen-
When Patrolmen J. B. ,
R. a.Allen and F. A. Gru- cafe) in the 680 block W. Ashley was found that neither of them Patrolman Sidney '.Gaines ap. SAY YOU,SAW H" lea, Mayor r of Bayonne, N. J.; campaign, and honor Branch "
Sgts worked anywhere., prehended the suspect-and Sgf "- 70 local chapters ,of The Links, Rickey, ST.;, and Duke Ellington. ; J
ber and W. C. Barber invest Street. 1? reported.. IN THE'FLORIDA l '
Admission to they event la 9100
Williams and C. E. Hen Inc. a national women's .organization .
FUznore A. ,
found drl1'er' Patrotean' ,Sidney Gaines! in One of the men was G. .Y
a screw .
gited.they .
d rI5 Ladies couple., ,- :
: STAB the :International per 1
"told he
Bricks investigated
and"'wrrench.in Robles vestigated. ,4 Miner Faison who police ; ..
; possession, : .' '
r \ .
t' ": '..t4- ; Its ; frT':1 'ioo; Z .. ; : { wT .
IIJ/11' .JjiIJ.t. : : ; ,
: :
'f ..... : } .. \ : T > r
t". .. .f .pl. ; s L.ii1'AC.. '" I.jT.t !t." Y '+ !.l .... .i..i' F \: : .
:; -'f-i. >> ;
.,.-7.' ,.- -- J''f. i ....- .-.. --- _. .. .,-. ._ .u- ',: _.tt.:._' ; t'b; ..{.. 1 *** "' \ ..:.t i ...

,. .... ... ,
.. -
o' .' .,' ,- ', ,... -- --- -- --





rraYo ,4


.. : '
-'- .;. : .1 ::
: -
.' : : : ; /! ..:. f "

'>orA' ..... _.i THE= tll RIlA.8TAR'! ,, __......4.. ,i ":;,' Saturday, November< .?la 19}"

_. -- .- .. .- ...- ...-.. .... :-"-'"" ., "'"," _. ,, ".. ""' ._. .....-
.__. -- _- c'-- -- ---- T i. ,
.' r ,
--.i. .
'f-'r "
". ... ,' .-, : '

; THE FLORIDA STAR I I ,-",. .:-' ..,,,; ... .<' } -: '.":. -., -."', I (I Politics As: Usual "j

.. '6' ;i .. ';_ : '
NiWS .. > 4' ..' By ERIC O. SIMPSON
s / Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .. ....
: Te refusal of the Supreme Court to review a lower federal

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: T : court: order requiring desegregation of the public schools in Norfolkand

='Moncrlef Boad ............... 'EL 4. 782 EL 4- 783f Newport News Va., is seen by the National Association for

:.,:''Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 i I ?- I'S the Advanoement of Colored People as an indication that the Southis
s running out of so-called legal devices to circumvent the high
"- ; Stalling Address: _
court's anti-segregation ruling of May 17, 1954. "?
& :
: F. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida i

f' fcrlc O. Simpson ..,.........!..........................Editor I. r... Virginia's) The action of the Supreme

C.: Parham Johnson; ............................. ..News- Staff h hc .i 'massive resistance' Court on Oct. 21, in effect left

. AKamaa Richardson. ........................Circulation Dept. = to schooldesegregati standing a decision by U. '8.'
WI a'is
I o
--- District Court Judge Walter Et
Member of Associated Negro Press apparently
, _, 'A-'s fl-- Hoffman that the two cities had
I to begin integration of the schools
One Year $5.00 Half 'Year $3.00 Three Months : channing H.
; ; S130 + r
despite the state's pupil placement -
, Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. If f Tobias, chair. act which he declared "un,.

Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders. ,. To: .I man of the constitutional on its face." Under

FLORIDA STAB .P. O. BOX 561-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA. NAACP Boardo this act, the power to assign

I +_. f Directors pupils to particular schools is in

DIXIE CAN. LOOK' -: TO: WEST.; VA. iw : 'r.- } state's commented day.r leader.h to.e the Another Board bands appointed Virginia of a by Pupil statute the Placement Governor.authorizes '

. i1JA i' N SIMPSON ship of the the Governor to close any

FOR LESSOSONINTEGRATIONi southern revolt against Integration public school which integrates.In .

rui does not appear to be gain. I addition to Norfolk and

i ___ ing any constitutional sanction. Nwport News, two other Virginia
following editorial was published in The'Charleston (W.Va.) Present indications are that Vir. cities, Charlottesville and Arlington -
Gazette of Sept. 22.: ginia is running out of devices are under court orders to de
IT ft '1r land.to circumvent" the law of the segregate their schools.

With very little trouble and certainly no bloodshed school
integration has become a fact ea well as a democratic ideal in each r -: -:- -:- -.:- :..
I well to ponder the experience of _
of West Virginia's 55 co mties. The'. last to open their white schoolsto
nearly 20,000 veterans of World
Negroes were Hardy Jefferson "Hampshire.
and and this break 1
Veterans Corner War' I who didn't convert their
with tradition was accomplished with only a murmur of opposition.
term policies to permanent GI
West Virginia was thus the first of the southern and border
Insurance Gannon advised.
states to'comply with the Supreme Court's integration order of
Sixty percent of the veterans Having carried their term GI policies
1854, and to show that integration is a socially and politically acceptable still -
facet of educational life in an area where strong segrega. MUST NOT BE PERMITTED TO F&RTHER ENDANGER OUR WORLD obtained holding GI insurance policies through as many 8.8seven
during service in the renewals, these 20.000 World WarI
tionist, sympathies have existed since the Civil War. Armed Forces
are saving time veterans now face an almost
There are some who 'West has real
say Virginia no integration and
money by paying their pre. insoluble problem, Gannon said.
problem, but to them we reply that the problem here differs'' onlyin ,- miums in advance.In Averaging 62 years of age
degree from what it is elsewhere south of the Mason-Dixon Line. Your WeeklyT addition to
saving postage with their earnings generally declining
Although more Negroes; live in the extreme southern states, the job policyholders
in advance
paying they are finding the renewal -
of educating and finding a place of dignity for them in our organized ,
get of a discount
Guide cost of their term policies
society carries a like responsibility no matter how many there Horoscope in the .
premium rate, B. J. so high that many of them are
are or where they live. Gannon, Officer in Charge of the their GI
being forced to drop
ITS NOW OBVIOUS as.things have turned out, that here in WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Jacksonville. Fla. VA Office, said insurance. Even those who can

West Virginia we have uncovered the key to the integration prob- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL today. afford to renew currently may
lem as It exists .in Little Rock, In' Birmingham in Nashville, and Paying in advance
premiums not be able to do so in another
in other southern communities where feeling is strong against the By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER also eliminates the chance of a five the officer pointed out.
need be made off to be --- years
Negro. Integration not complete right legal. veteran
forgetting monthly pre. He said that World War H veterans
It can be adopted in steps to' meet requirements of the Supreme miums, an action which might can avoid the dilemma of
Court decision. ABIES tain your major goals and purposes SAGITTARIUSBorn the
cause policy to lapse Mr. their older comrades by convert-
Now, in the light of what has transpired in West Virginia, Born Maria 21st then April 19th is presented by the 7th. 'Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st Gannon added. GI insurance.
what's wrong with instituting a similar policy in the deep South? The opinions expressed by the Ambition is a wonderful asset The 1st enables you to shine in More than 2,833,000 veterans, The ing initial cost of permanent insurance -

It certainly will be more, compatible with Justice and common decency one who is most closely associated when it is used with di.9cretion.95OOOt965965. your social and fraternal' circles, or nearly 60 percent of the 4-, is higher than term, but

than barring the entry of Negro children with National with your personal and financial the contrary seems to be the case 837,000 GI policyholders are taking the premium rates do not in

Guardsmen or in threating them with bodily harm. aims are' worth their everywhere else. The 4th atteststo advantage of this privilege.Of .

THE SOUTH CANNOT continue indefinitely procrastinate weight in gold. This is exactly VIRGO the dangers of secret liaisons, those making advance pay. crease.In addition, Mr.- Gannon .ex-

and promise, apparently without meaning, to "do the job ourselves how"you should look upon themon Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd legal controversies and the public ments, 1,203,000 pay annually, plained, permanent GI insurance

just give us time." Time is, running jut for that sort of thing. A the 1st. Reckless maneuvers You should;start out the week airing ot the matters you would 649,000 pay semi-annually, and has a cash surrender, extended
start must be made toward offering the Negro the rights he deserves with cash or reserve assets may ahead if you have:profited by the rather have kept secret. The 7th- 981,000 make quarterly remit. Insurance and
insurance paid
under our ,form of government, and as we have, shown, it also take an unexpected toll at opportunity -to benefit your family ,8th enables you to fall back on tances to the. VA. loan value. Term insurance has

can be done by making integration voluntary. this time., The 7th-8th stress thewellknown home and pocketbook. Questionable powerful support, when needed, Information about advance.pay- of these.Infonnation.
Integration will come gradually if made permissive, but it will cliche that nothing gossip, obsessions or I and to go ahead with commercial ment of GI insurance premiums none about conversion of

also come peacefully and, painlessly. The southern whites simply I can replace hard work, determination other personal problems should or professional projects from is available from the VA Officeat GI insurance policies, Is available

need time to get used to it and to put aside 'the attitudes of their and sound economic policies not be measured beyond their which you derive your regular in. 317 Main Street in Jackson at the VA office 317 Main Street,

grandparents, and the Negroes need time to discover that only in order to succeed: true worth. 'The 7th should make come. vile, or from the VA District Office Jacksonville. Fla. I
most from their educational 2-1o-11-13-17= 8- -55- -53-863.. ,
through integration can they get th$ 217. you .wary of making plans when I servicing the policy, 'Mr. Gan.

opportunities. I not fully enlightened or.inform. non said.
T We have A long way. to go, even m' West Virginia, before TAURUS ed and to shun travel projects for CAPRICORN World War n veterans holding

America will have, a tingle school program. for all races, but here Born April 20th, thru May 20th quite some time. The 7th-8th discloses Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th term GI life insurance might do

we have found, that, while it. was a sensitive and disruptive social The gainful endeavors you exert that you may gain Inspiration The 1st encourages this viewpoint i IS VOU'RNAME

'13sIIe, integration could be ;made to work easily- without, destroying continue, to make your economic from those ,who .are .associ- with good results.. But, ifirou PISCES,

a way of life as old as the nation itself. position more, and more secure. ated with you through bonds of depart from this quality, and Born Feb: 19th thru March 20th

You will have to. be, prepared for affection or intellectual interests. this is one itrrie when 'you could. Although you may have reasonto

some rather sudden and unexpected -i 6-30-44- -43-632. The' 4th may teach you a lesson extract satisfaction as well as

developments having, to do costly in nature and not easily more material benefits from the IN THE'BOOK

with a close association. The 7th- LIBRA forgotten. The Full Moon'' warns opportunities presented by the 1st,

LETTERS To The EDITOR 8th enable you to see far ahead Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd against building up' futile hopesor you should remain alert to contrary ?

regarding your, talents creative The, '4th suggests that an appeal taking risks with your friend- reactions. The 4th reveals

work, romance' and official alli to your friendship' and .emotions ships and economic ties.. The that you cannot take anything for
is the fourth hi a series of letters to too ed1torof !
and that
ances. could cost you a pretty, more realistic as well as .sentimental granted your
of the FLORIDA STAR from a white citizen, expressing his I 9-30-55-29-53-935. penny and result in' the loss of side of your life is brought' a steady occupation engage a

views and possible solution to the segregation problem. a friend. The possibility of a financial into focus.. by the 7th-8th. Social place of prime importance in your
FLORIDA STARP 'mighty'good things happening, calculations. You
GEMINI setback or damage to valuable and travel plans take shape. improve your
,,O.,'Box 561 which made me feel proud. possessions is verified by 4408839'87443.AQUARIUS outlook when you rely on the sincerity .
_Born May 21st thru June 21st
JacksonvilleFlorida That same situation that our the 7th. Strict'.secrecy'about your and affection of your mate,
Choose your words with unusual
collaborators and close friends.
Navy faces in foreign countries, economic and private affairs may
care as people may misinterpret
Dear,Mr. Simpson: your people face in the ,your motives or meanings help 'to protect,.your property and Born Jan.. 20th. thru Feb. 18th 1-20-99-19-97-127.

During my four year hitch in Tour people are being South.\\ with rather explosive results.. peace of mind.. Your home is There. is nothing wrong with
castle and a _haven when
the 'Navy, during which time I our white citizens by ,The 7th also makes it advisable your the outside. aspiring) : ', to reach! the top and

had the privilege of visiting. 'many' they- act and the things they for you not to create situations storms__ -rage 77-on 79- -386.SCORPIO planning i long and carefully to do Do's t And Don'ts
't detrimental to'your well-being Just thai, according"to. the 1st.
'foreign ports, ,I was constantly in the
accomplish community
and employment interests. Adherence But. if you are wining to sacrifice
reminded by; my superior: officers I had the-privilege. of attendingthe to the solid -customs and existing ties Just to achieve

to..conduct myself in an upright, "Florida Classic" between procedures that maintain 'productivity : Born Oct. 24th thru,Nov.(.22nd your goals you may create en- k

law abiding manner while on your two leading Negro collegesand and a stable economy is Any 'departure from these policies tirely unfavorable conditions, for : ,

liberty. The Navy stressed the was very impressed with encouraged by the 7th-8th. Your .cou a'! oil ious' powerful success. The 7th verifies, that you rL
fact that the American sailor in some of the fine performancesin : ideas ,may be brilliant but it is y must avoid the shadow, of lost '

uniform was being watched and the game and during the. half. going to take time to sell them. antagonisms, rivalries and threatsto prestige or career setbacks

would be Judged- accordingly. It But I was also very disappointedto : 7- O-11--49-75-757. your ambitious and personal brought about by your own mis- !

is, up to servicemen abroad to see so many fights and so objectives according to the 4th. takes as well '88 by the efforts

leave a good impression, because many people drunk and disorderly. CANCER The 7th confirms .the. need of of your closest rivals. The 7th- 3 f 1

the people- of the country in which I know that this is an annual Born Jane 22nd. thru Jury 22nd maintaining happy relations with) 8th suggests that there is nothing V

they visit are not only Judging event and a time for Jubilant The 1st sets the standard which one and alL The friendly over' wrong with finding security and 1i

a sailor or a marine they are celebration Just as there is at. you should go by this month. This tures are also favored by the 7th- happiness away from the lime

saying: "well, ,he is an example many thousands of other college will mean close attention to your,. 8th. Try them. light.

of the American people, that's : football games. But I, would ask workaday and domestic occupations. 5-90-22-9S-96-592. 1-70-33- 9-31-176. -

how an Americans are." that in your planning of the Be prudent on the 3rd-4th I A

Believe me, many times I was fourth "Florida Classic" that you when the Sun squares Uranus. 1

BO ashamed of some of the thingsI impress upon your people that The 7th adds its warning against GET YOUR. HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957Use t"
of doing they should try to create a ,,10 ceate (one
saw some our boys emotional 1 entanglements a n a ] this coupon. Learn more about ywxnelt Bead
that I wanted. to crawl into a little better impression than they 'gambles. The 7th-8th provides dime In coin) for each' horoscope ,ordered by maO. Include self

hole and hide my uniform. But 1 I did'at this years' classic. protection when you heed the addressed, tamped envelope. Write pl AIa 7. This'offer doe not apply

."on.the other: hand, I saw some A WHITE CITIZEN counsels of your mate and other to residents of the dominion of Canada.'PABLO -

cherished ones. Good'' friends are -

I 1-60-33-59-31-169. |, P. O. BOX, 561 I I II -

'JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA. .-:.-< ; :
LEO. I : : .7. < < I
23rd : -,- ""' '''':''' '
Morn Jalj 2Srd .tmu.ADc.. Name lI y '::' .

,The :1st iadicatea that the mind ..- .'. ..; _', '."" 'r-', :"'....-.i.. '''':r8.. J'> '
I -,; .,:. : / ;" "' I
makes less mistakes. the Address.

emotions. ..Should' you believe r', ... ...:\ 'r '- ..,. ;-" ., .-,,<," .

otherwise.- the 4th. couW bring the I' ',, ;, .- .. oty "" .........-,' 1.. '--'BUto-J' I
lesson home to you in a rather
startling and disturbing manner I II
Date o! Btrth : :
# J Added testtsaoay against s policy >aeis "I B h
of fore and RggreasiYeBeaa to'ob a-- -.J THE CHEERFUL APPROACH WILL HAKE




Saturday, November 2,"1957 Tin FLORIDA STAR .
Pap larva

-- --- ---


ij About = -

; People I by.+N.I A .n,?. *X)" iF'+v.A. .,l 'J = Ip---

: f I II I

Ir .

! Major E. Matthews, a junior '. 4. .
The November meeting of the Seminole Culture Club will te)

sociology major from Jacksonville Johnson Willis of Augusta Ga., : held on Nov. 4 at 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. P. G. Aarons, 1783
Florida serves student
as ;
farmer resident of this city wasa e Davis Street at which time a number of important matters will be
assistant in the Office of Public f .
Relations at Florida A and M i recent visitor in the city as discussed.The
::-T'2: I Ik .October meeting in the
University.. Mr. Matthews has i guest of Deacon and Mrs. Welton was home of Mrs Serena Cam.
?: I I fI where following the business session, an enjoyable time was spent.
,3>served in this capacity since his. Flynn 2025 York;.St Also visitingthe -f Y of
I The ladies partook a delightful repast served the hostess. Mrs.
.} freshman at A and M. I I
year their Mrs.
: I Flynns was niece Aarons. and spent the remainder of the evening chatting and

.: .. I Ruth D. Cook of Brooklyn, NY.t recounting their summer visits and vacations to various, cities.

.. I I mx .


I -
I Miss Esther James has been 1 I I

,:, appointed chairman of the music PLANS ANNIVERSARY : 3 .: I Id If 'I I ',_ .:_. '. .
committee of the Junior Women'sMissionary I : : '
Mrs. Essie Mae Thomas will Ij )"
., Society of Second i
;:..Baptist Church. observe her anniversary Nov 10: j

In addition to her services with beginning at 8:30 p.m. in the,"Elks i I "

the program committee and panel Auditorium 112V., Duval St.i 'ii

'. .group.. Miss James will be in Prizes will be awarded to various: I X', !' iw -

charge of seasonal music for the
groups at the close of.the pro]
devotions for the regular business

Miss James was also appointed Some of the participants are: '

chairman of the badge committeeof The Pilgrim Female Gospel Singers 4 f Y

the Junior Women's District of Savannah Gas, the Gospel I _. J t # t :

Convention, auxiliary to the East Echoes, Golden Jubilee Singers I *

Florida and Bethany Baptist Assn. Bivens Specials Mr. and Mrs. i:
during the recent annual session.
Allen Jackson the Celestial Spiritual ::
Presently Miss James is serv

ing as director for St. Thomas Singers Heavenly Fire -Gospel

Baptist, Church Choir 1 and ,theLittle Singers, Singing Angels Mas

Rock Baptist Church Male ter Keys and the Gospel Crusaders -

and Female Choruses.
.t. .



w;. 1

An appreciation program for members 1 k .a
of the local press' and

those engaged in public relations was held in the spacious home of n1J T! ,

Mrs Mary Washington on Spearing street and was largely attended :
by members of the and L 1 -P.--- I
press the Duval County Home Demonstra.tion ;
Club Council members sponsors of the entertainment.The SMONPtOVIA
program presided over by v
Mrs. Georgia Dixon Council presi. : LIBERIA --- Mrs. Jenney Padmore of the

dent 'was inspiring and featuredas Williams; photographer (E. L. __n._ .,_n_?_: i._... no .___ _____ ..._-___ Republic of Liberia announces the engagement of her daughter

the principal speaker Miss Weems) by Mrs. Martha Baker; 1 SPONSORS TEA-Members of the Les GGrande Felles. Club recently sponsored their Miss Leona Magdalene Padmore. to SFC John H. Hannah,
U. S.
Leola M. Reaves Home Demon and Mrs. Alexander skinner the annual tea are shown here. Top photo from left to right are: Mrs Lucille Bland Mrs. Alta. Army.

stration Agent of Putman County. florist by Mrs. Agnes Taylor., The II mease Maxwell, Sirs Sara Caldwell; Mrs. Audrey Dove Sirs. Mary B. Curry Mrs."Edith Ty- Miss Padmore attended school in Europe. She is a graduate ,

She paid tribute to members of speaker was presented a gift by ner and Mrs. Woodie Williams. Bottom photo Miss Dorothy Lee.Tompkins, Mrs Mary Dove of the Language School of Lausanne and Geneva, Switzerland.She .

the. press for their valuable servo Mrs. Baker airs. Jean II. Lewis and Mrs. Katie Albritton.. I is now employed in the office of the Postmaster General as
French-German Translator.The .
ices they rendered the community. Remarks were made R. V. --
by this numberoo-e annualschool young bride-to-be is the cousin of President and Mrs.
J In keeping the public informed.In Daniels, president of the Duval 1
wide activity William V. S. Tubman and the Liberian Ambassador to the
closing she said "We are pay County P-TA Council; George W. Some fifteen qualified seniorsat United States. .
ing tribute to you tonight and Povvell and Mrs. Ethel M. Powell
New Stanton are currently SFC Hannah is. a member of the United States Military
giving you your flowers while Home Demonstration
Agent of
IN "MISS' STANTON" CONTEST seeking the Miss Stanton crown, Mission. He was formerly assigned to the ROTC Department of
you yet live so that you can enjoy Duval County, -
which will be determined follow the Florida A and M University at Tallahassee Fla. He is the
their beauty and smell of Clubs represented, by their
ing several weeks of different son of Mrs. Mary Mills of Boston Mass., and the grandson of
sweetness. We are speaking
presidents were: Arlington. Mts.
The Annual "Miss Stanton" Contest at-New'Stanton Senior, High elimination phases of the contest. Mrs. Vicie Dendon of this city.
words... of kindness so that you Elizabeth Crawford Baldwin, ,
hear School will take on a new twist this year according to Miss Lou. The wedding will take place in early December.
can them and feel the comfort Mrs. Lilla M. Hayes; Greenland I .
Patronize Star Advertisers
venia E. Solomon guidance counselor at the school; who is in I
they bring" The speaker was Mrs. Bessie Joiner; Lone Star
presented charge of the contest activities. The person elected as "Miss Stan-
by Mrs. Mary Washing Mrs. Louise McBride; Linconvilla
1 ton" will be required to demonstrate special talent and performon
-1ton. Mrs. Mattie
; Long
a talent show which will be held in the school auditorium,
Presentations of beautiful and Branch Mrs. Martha Baker;

useful gifts were presented to Moncrief Mrs. Louise B. Williams; November 4, at 8 p.m. SOFA'VyHILE $ AA95

'O Times Only the seniors at New Stan-
the Union staff by Mrs. St. Nicholas Mrs. MargaretBrown tonal groups also segments ofthe
Florence T. Johnson; Jacksonville ; .South, Jacksonville. Mrs. ton are eligible to run for the "
mass media. Mr. concluded
;Journal staff by Mrs. Oreatha Geraldine McMillan title of "Miss Stanton Young
; Pickett
,his observations by laudingthe LAST
; Floyd; Florida Star staff by Mrs. Cornelia Prime ladies who are juniors and fresh i
ladies at the
man/ young BEDS
:JBeula Alston; Pittsburgh: Curler Members and their husbands men may enter the contest in school'who have entered the contest

i i by Mrs. Maudell Hutson; Florida from the above communities attended competition for the positions of after having met all of the _

Tattler by Mrs. Gladys Jackson: ; this affair junior and freshman attendant. stiff requirements for entering

jradio staff, by Mrs. Louise B. The New Stanton family and -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:- -:. -:- -:- -:- -:- -:-

community are extremely Inter

Horner Tarts ested, in ,the present: trends per- I WEEK'S BEST MOVIES!

Jack taining to the ,election of the first SUN.-SAT.

lady of an 'educational institu STRAND
: I Nor 3.9Geo .
tion's student' body One recently
Montgomery "PAWNEE"
adopted practice is very similar PIns MAB KHAYYAM" M M
to the type held in determiningthe 3 .
winner of the annual ''MIssAmerica"
,OF Anthony
contest observed Principal .NOTRE ,DAME". Quinn
Charles D. Brooks during arecent
1 'Mldnite Nov. 2
consultation period 'with ROOSEVElT ; 'l
& saeTues. I k 'al r s t: + +
faculty members' on. the Miss
Stanton contest committee."I .
am sure that in the very ,' '
The World Exploded"
near future more of our extra- also No. 3 "VIGILAl'TE"SKYVIEW

curricular 'activities that are de SUN. TUES j '
signed to provide extensive cultural ,at
NOV. 3.5Iabt. :
and aesthetic experiences
Ryan James Edwards
for the students enrolled at New .
"BD2N 'IN WAR" t.t
Stanton will involve and include
Pins Audio Murphy < M'ry
the practices and procedures now
being employed by certain na

... .., Run! R I T Z -/First Run! .4 fv

Jack Horner loved plum pie and he likes these tarts equally as 1 -, NOW PLAYING -

well! For tender flaky crust use a package of your favorite pie f.
.... crust mix and fill each tart with.fresh Italian plums. These tarts

are wonderful "just-for-rae" desserts. .
;> <
Plum Tarts OFMORATAU .. -
.- ,.. .:' Makes 4 large tarts ;f' ''';- :- -: :-' i ...-. <...,. ,.'-:

'Gnutt Filling t -. ;
One 10-ot.() pkg. pie 4 sliced Italian
cups plumscrust
mix 1/4 teaspoon almond flavoring ;n OHM ret.A1IBOH NATO AYtttltN VJSSl -:- $1 DELIVERS We bought the entire
.4, to 5 tablespoons (optional) AQ01M1s00R110Mi j .: .:. .-. .'. :.
sofa from
bed stock
cold water i. 1/4 teaspoon vanilla i ('
a_ 1 cup sugar STARTS SUNDAY NOV. 'S' ,-:- $1.50 WEEK this factory for all

.." ,. 1/4 cup'flour FIRST RUN: JOHN PAYNE- our stores. The owner
1/8 teaspoon salt -:- ALL COLORS
,.- Heat even to hot (400'F.). 'For tarts; empty pie crust mix. into 'BAIL OUT AT 43.000" needed cash now. He .
; bowL Sprinkle cold water by tablespoons over mix mix lightly with AND -=- NO PHQNE ORDERS! delivered the goods
fork until just dampened.' Form dough into 8 balls..Roll out four HUGH XBRIEX in himself and we paid FURNITURE CO.
balls on l lightly floured board or canvas until each forms a circle -:- NO DEALERS I cash on the spot. This
lightly larger than inverted tart pan. Fit loosely into tart pans; _THE BRASS O'BRIEN"SICMIS Is a one-time offer at HOME OF
trim edges with scissors until even with edge of pan. PICMt'I"'" GOOD AND BAD FUBNITUBEForsyth
tFor the filling add flavorings! to sliced plums. Mix sugar, flour -:- REG. $79.95 this price. Cor. N'ewmaa-EL 54555 .
ud.salt Add plums to f8fr4toar mixture, tossing with fork toe t r ... 11II.II
m1)1ete11.coat.-the'pl\UflL; --- -
-iPt.ee.! plum, mixture In pastry-lined tart pans. Roll other 'four lUG[ '
brills as'abova to form circles. Cat a circle to each or slash in 2 or 3 : LIVING ROOM .1
.... to.form tem Vmte.:Fold edge of.top'cret"uflder.edge of "I DIll I C 3-ROOM GROUPS DINIING ROOM $2,5000
"*- crosfcSeal by prcosJar.4ffe with Uae8' l ode..hke in pre '; ft :
.!jf '. .bNtted, en. (4Q0'Pras. ; tofO alntttes or:wrtH toper t evenly j A CLCWIII l! 9gmort BEDROOM
aI-., .'" .... i.. :.j>,* J fr: .
.$ .
; : '-'.' '''-'''''' "'' Jt'1.tLvJ ....: : ;

--";"..-...._- -." .... -..........- ..-....-,-.........- j.... .;.. .. ; ; .: ; :; '
.. .. -' ;: -,<, : .4* : ;: : : ;;

..... I
,_' -
4"" : _< :

"ol: ... .'

1 -


.. 4 ._ _'.. .. '. .... y i .

".' <." .OC. .. .. _
":' -'<"':::<' : ::: ....
; ,, --
: ;- ;: ; !

4. ;:> .<. ....*" t
.... 'I.
.. .., -
'; '' '
: :: ... 'J' '.'. ;< ..' : -- t ..... .- };..... y. '-':... ., .,,:, r..*: : ',- = -.;,..... !... )....:.;. "':" .r-_ __ ._ -,._. ...._ _
Rage Four 7.. ; < "-"'- '
.. # L Saturday November :. 1951 <



iI .


Mrs. Pearl Hall Rivers is serve j f II I The Rev Andrew B. Coleman has announced plans for the

ing as chairman of the Women's I pre-centennial celebration at Shiloh Metropolita Baptist Church.

Day observance in Triumph Holiness i The ,celebration will include the

I Church 1312 Franklin St. 93rd anniversary of the Y.church >
F % j ; The women are scheduled to have I
and the 25th year of the pastor
: ,. i charge of the services Sunday. ,
and is scheduled for ten days
Serving with Mrs. Rivers as cochairman -
will be Mrs. Louise beginning Sunday. November 10.

Allen. Programs have been the C
-' arranged Among speakers scheduledto a<

v a 1 ..al for each service. appear are Dr. J. A'. Bacoats

of Benedict College. Columbia!
.N.r y REV. D. B. BARNESTO j '
S.C., and Dr. Royal W. Puryear :r'j
__ ,- a 7 j CONDUCT MEET
KINGSLAND,_ Ga The Rev.D. president of Florida Normal and!|

< B. Barnes, pastor of FAB Industrial Memorial College of''

i- ;; : .., 1 ::! Church, this city, has called all St. Augustine.A .

members to meet with him .tonight special feature of the observance

j at St. Mary's, Ga. to wor. will be the appearanceof t

ship in the anniversary of the J. Robert Bradley as guest

Rev. D. Way. soloist.

r __ A Transportation will leave FAB Bradley is Director of Music

ANNUAL TEA PRESENTED Those present at the Pallbearers Annual Tea are seen In the above picture. They are: Mrs. M. Church at 6:30 p.m. Choirs 1 Promotion for the Sunday School
and 2 will serve along with Usher Board of the National
L. Carter, vice-president, Pearl A, Calhoun, President, Lola Refore, Treasurer, E. H. Campbell, Deputy Mrs. Carrie Dlckson, Publishing
! Sirs.. Julia Macon Harenda Fields. Margaret Stubbs, llr.V.. L. Dickson Mrs. V. Suggs and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hutchinson. Board 1. Baptist Convention, Inc.
The play, "The Devil's Funeral"will He the World
At extreme right Is shown Mrs. Mary Jane Tate with little Bettye Jo Tate, 'who was first prize winner In the Baby Contest opened Baptist
be presented Monday night, Alliance in London and a .
sang REV. A. B. COLEMANFraternal
sponsored by Pallbearers Lodge No. 189. Mrs. P. A. Calhoun Is President of the organization.
sponsored by the Prayer Band solo prior to the closing sermon

and the Deaconess Board. by Billy Graham.

JUNIOR OBSERVANCE SLATEDAT MT. SINAI PRIMITIVEHAS In 1953, he sang for the. World NotesPallbearers
I. j MT. ZION BAPTIST" WOMEN'S DAY Baptist Youth Council in South

America and then made a con.

END SESSION SIXTH ANNUALCONVOCATION I The annual observance of Men's Annual women's day will be YWCA ADULTS cert tour of Norway. Denmarkand Lodge 216 will meet

Sweden. Wednesday night November 6th.
Day is scheduled Sunday. November observed Sunday throughout the
3 in Zion Church at 7 p.m. in the Walters :Memorial
day at Mt. Sinai Primitive Baptist
AT ANTIOCH i i southside. A. {.E. Church. Rev. G. W.
I Church. Speaker for the morningand The P.TA held its second meeting .
II I Appearing as speaker for the Miller is the president.CLASSIFIED.
Oct. 24 and for the
evening are Mrs. Eachel Alex on plans
The Junior Women District The sixth annual Convocation morning: worship will be the Rev.D. BAZAARThe
Convention, an auxiliary to the of The Apostolic Church of God I B. Barnes, pastor of Mt. Calvary and Mrs. Agnes Hartsfield, re- new year were completed. Mrs.
.., Susie Shelton, the president,
East Florida and Bethany Baptist i In Christ will convene November Baptist Church. Fernandina spectively.A Young Adult Departmentof
thanked the for its supportand
Assn., closed its annual sessionsin I 10-17 at the Headquarters 1205 i Beach. Afternoon speaker will be musical: program will be presented the Branch YWCA will sponsor group and
Antioch Baptist Church. W. 22nd'Street with the Bishopand the Rev. Hill Norris Jr., of St. a "World Fellowship" Bazaar cooperation; requested
.during the afternoon. The suggestions for improvement.The .
Mrs. M. K. Gibson, president, Founder M.C.H. Cooper pre. Matthew Baptist Church, West Rev. W. 'R. Bradley. is the host Tuesday, November 15 in the "Y", principal Mr. Madison
delivered her annual address and siding. 28th Street. 582 W. 8th Street. ROOM FOR RENT

was presented tokens of esteem The Educational Address will: Giving the evening sermon will pastor. The affair is one of the activities pointed out some of the immediate FURNISHED ROOM Modern

following the business hour. Mrs !be delivered by Elder P. C. Hick. be the Rev.' H." H. Robinson of to be held during "World needs of the school and was all conveniences. 127 Caroline St.
Willie Maud Thomas son who will be introduced t assured by the organization that
second vice by Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. Music Fellowship: Week" November 1017to
president' presided. Mrs. N. Farris. Appearing on the for this service will be presentedby LITTLE ROCK aid in the support of' YWCA its support would be given. .
Mrs. S. L. Badger was invitedto Sunday program will be Mrs. D. RECITAL.. The following committee chairmen
the Male Chorus of Abyssinia PLANS work around the World in 67 ROOM FOR RENT
hold the election. Officers succeeding Cooper, Junior Choir, Miss L. Baptist Church. countries. were appointed: Over-all program
I themselves Larkins.At Miss Lillie Spicer, Miss Eliza. Mrs. C. C. Jenkins; beautification Small furnished room for Single
were Mrs. beth Sloan, Miss Hattie Cooper, ,The activities of the Bazaar
Gibson, president; Mrs Roberta 8 p.m. Elder G.V., ].{c. Mrs. Seleta Payne; re- man $4.50 weekly. Large fur.
have been divided the
and David Gibbs will be present among Rosier
freshments Mrs. EL C. ;
Hall, vice president. Mrs. Willie Lindor will preach the sermon I nished room for married couple,
various of the Young
JOINT RECITALSETAT ed in a song recital Nov. 12 at groups
Mrs. Helen Hartley;
and Miss L. Larkins will membership,
Thomas second vice sing ,
president; Adult Phone EL 5-1109'
Little Rock Baptist Church, Department.The 6.75 weekly.
relations Miss Al M. Short.
Mrs. M. L. Parker a solo. I NEW MT. OLIVEMiss public
recording I Fou-th rndVani&renStreets, the Y-Wives Club and the or EL 50817.
secretary; Mrs. Lillian King, assistant Monday, Nov. 11, 7-8 p.m. all Rev. W. C. Mitchell, pastor. Young Adult Committee will

recording secretary; Mrs. l'eportsill be made. The Junior}i Gwendolyn Garner and Miss operate the store, featuring: I
The artists will be ,accompaniedby I
choir will and Elder S. Mc- LOOKLOTS
Ruby L. Herndon, financial secretary sing Barbara Jean Simmons will be jewelry, clothing, home baked
Mrs Eunice Wright.The .
; Mrs. Ada Reeves, corresponding Call will deliver the sermon. featured in a joint Musical Re- goods and home ,canned goods.
; Mrs. Alberta J. Williams Elder H. McMillan will deliver cital on Monday night November4th I program is being sponsoredby The Business' and Professional'Vomen's I I WANTEDAT Learn Art
the with District 5 of the church. Hosts
public relations secretary; sermon Tuesday morning at 8 p.m. in the New Mt. : Club will be responsiblefor ONCE
and hostesss will be announced. -:- -:- -:- -:-
.. Mrs.Cola McCoy, treasurer; Mrs. the Junior Choir rendering the I Olive Baptist Church. games, the Wishing Well and I Prices
Annie L. Huff music appearing will be Mrs. Invitations have been extendedto Highest both Fine and Commercial
missionary; Mrs. Fortune Telling.
Hortense Neal chorister Mary McKenzie and the Committee ., accompanied groups of the city.TABERNACLE Paid "Highest Level ofArt
and Mrs. Mrs. Ora Lee James. Featured' The Y.Jewels Club, Mrs. Henry

Edith Jones, assistant. ,Workshop.. selections will be The Holy City, Matthew, president, is responsiblefor .Call EL 5-4328 Taught Anywhere"
Committees are: Mrs: Lillian Wednesday night a discussionwill The Lord is the sale of food and drinks. VETERAN APPROVED
i my light. A dreamof
King, society; ,Mrs. R. L. Herndon be held from the Topic. and i YOUTH This club will also direct the Low Cost Tuition
paradise the
open gatesof
> and Riches. The
personal; Mrs. Annie Patter. Poverty the : social and square dancing
son. finance; Mrs. Naomi Curry, discussions, will be conducted by temple. SCHEDULES I There will be many other interesting Real Estate I American School of Art
Mother M. Others appearing on The Youth Department of
ministers wives Harriel. Mrs. Mary program '
; Mrs. Annie Lee features including a 106 East Bay Street
Brown and Mrs. Lula McMillan. will be Miss Clara Yvonne Walker Tabernacle Baptist Church will
Scott; deacons wives book sale. $ Phone
;. Miss Esther rummage sale anda $ LOANS EL 4-0206
James!, badges; Mrs. Leila White, Appearing will be Miss Johnnie and Harry Simmons. Rev. H. L. present a klr g and queen contest

social; Mrs. Mary Flanders, art; Burney and Miss Mary McKenzie. Jenkins is the pastor.DEDICATION and recital featuring Miss Maxine $1,000 $2,000 $3,000

, Mrs. Maudell Houston, president's Thursday the Topic for discussion .Lavern Wiilfand, daughter of Mr. OAKLAND GETS $4,000 up to $25,000
council ;f. Mrs. Essie Laidler, dramatic will 'be Elder H. McMillan, 'and Mrs. Maxie W.. Williams. Payable $1.00per mo. per,hundred IF YOU

; Mrs.* Lucille Mote, courtesy i Missionary D. Cooper and ElderS. PLANS Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. in the audito- on unpaid balance at 6%. WANT OUT OF DEBT

and Mrs. L. King, musk McCalL UNDERWAY rium of the church. OFF TO A Let us help you to complete THE ANSWER IS AS NEAR

1 The young people will have FOR ,Contestants are as follows: Miss your house or refinance 38 AS YOUR PHONE REGARDLESS .

charge Friday night. Speaker will EDUCATION CENTER Amanda Williams, Maxine Sim- years .in the same place.. OF HOW MUCH YOU

ANNUAL MEN'S DAY be Charles Fountain. Mistress of mqns, Anna P:>Young,, Marilyn GOOD STARTUnder Call OWE OR WHAT YOUR

c AT \ ceremonies will be Miss Bettie The Sunday School Wand Educational Kato Leroy Hardeman and Maxie I PAST CREDIT RECORD IS.

YMAN CHAPEL Atwaters. Miss Eula M. Wrightwill Building of West Union I Williams: HI. Mrs.;eo; H. Ml'Laureiice: J. P. YOUNG LET US SHOW YOU HOW

sing.- Baptist Church will hold its dedl. is the director the guidance of its new Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh FAST IT CAN BE DONE ON

Annual men's day will be observed Elder H. McMillan will deliver cation services Sunday, November -: principal Prof. R. D. Madison Main and Monroe PAYMENTS YOU CAN

Sunday throughout the dayat the'sermon at 11:30 a-m. Sunday.At 17 at 3 pjn. : the Oakland school Is off to a 212 Masonic Temple Bldg. AFFORD.

Waymen Chapel AME church, 8 p.m.; the annual address will A feature of the service will I i YOUH HOUR SET grand start:ti Phone EL 5-8014 Budget Counsellors
2133 Wishart St. with W. R. be delivered by Bishop M. ,C. H.
the initial meeting of the Of
be the laying of the, cornerstoneby At EL 6-3391 Jacksonville
;, Thorpe, chairman presiding. Cooper. He will be presented by members of the Prince Hall BY CHURCH CHOIRChoir PTA of the 1957-58 term, the 230 WEST FORSYTH ST.
Parris Calhoun of the Boys Elder S. McCall. Mother M. Har Masons il 3 of '}.{t. Canaan Baptist principal and new teachers were EL 3.6145

Home will be guest superinten. riel will, singj This will be the Church will sponsor a youth hour principal a hearty welcome was A FLORIDA STAR If you are unable to come in,

dent. The classes will be taughtBy closing out service.HOLINESS Spearheading the. dedication program Nov. 3 beginning at 3 introduced and along with the Mall- .

visiting teachers. drive is Mrs. Ruth Solomon, p.m. at the church. given to Mrs. Theodosia V. Randall IK; EVERY Name ... ...... .............,
chairman of the General Educational
Sforning worship will begin at Mrs. Florence Griffin will serve: and Miss Catherin Oree. who Address .. ... .. ..... .....
11 n.m. The sermon will be delivered REUNION Committee of the church. as master of ceremonies. The address recently Joined the faculty.The wvr t Phone No. ..............
The Rev. W. M. Cummings is CG108CD ,
the Rev. C.
by J. Crosby will be delivered by Miss following persons have _
0: Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. PLANNED SUNDAY pastor.
Btty Smith. Finance committeesare been appointed as grade coordinators
Dinner will be served at 12 noon. : Mrs. Rose Donell and Miss i I of the school far this school

At 3 pjn. the Male Chorus of The Holiness Missionary Reunion Margaret Johnson; program committee term: Grade 1: Mrs. Florida H. OJ01 JI .
ML Ararat Baptist Church will will meet at 3 MRS. E. M. HURLEYIS Burton 3afc
.. Sunday p-m. Mrs/Betty Wells and Miss Cook; Grade 2: Mrs Daisy "
be presented in a musical pro. at. the Church of God In Christ, SPEAKER FOR Dorothy Fern. The choir of Union ; Grade 3: Mrs. Eva Rosier; /*/ / ./*

rrarir.E.enmg. 1978 W. 20th Street. Progressive Baptist Church will Grade 4: Mrs. C. C. Jenkins; ,.. and frJLiueral turning*
worship will begin at 7p.m. The meeting will be conducted'; ACE LEAGUE FORUM serve. Grade 5: Mrs. Luella Rhue; Grade

r- The closing message will be by Mrs. Ada oRberts, the presiI Other local .talents will appear. .6: Miss Ethelle Hunter; Art Coordinator -I
.delivered by'W. B. Stewart president dent. An interesting program will I Mrs. Eleanor M. Hurley, wife : Mrs. Emma Goodman; .

of Edward Waters College: be presented. A special call has of the Rev. E. M. Hurley of Ebe- Testing Coordinator Mrs. Florida M

I Observations will be given by been made to all missionaries to nezer Methodist Church, will I Cook Chapel Assemblies: Mrs. Oar very liberal Cock account Ufi -

r jr Mr. W.'R. Thorpe. The closing rev be present. The pastor Elder Joe speak for the Consecration Hour ANNIVERSARY EVENTUsher D. E.; Burton; Textbook distribution earnings are SemiAnnually tamCURRENT RATE < .* red up to
pounded i.
marks by the pastor the Rev. Frazier is expected to be present. of the Allen Christian Endeavor : Mrs. Myra D. King; Wel on S...- 1 / CI1 HG.CCC. by the

E. P. Epps.MINISTERS. League Sunday at the St. Paul Board 1 of Zion Hope fare: Mrs. D. E. Burton and ,Miss begs I i. this .2,0 ff f Savings

AME Church., Baptist Church will observe its Ethelle Hunter; Holiday celebrations ctatioa which is Loan Insurance

l The theme of the service will 27th anniversary Monday. November and entertainment. Mrs. Lena chartered and it CorporationatiiKerised
WIVES MT. SINAI WOMEN church pervised by the G* bv o0
4 at 8 pan'in: Trian-
be "Christ Is the Answer. The Gray Singleton; Blue <.
U. S. Government. act Congress..
} '. PLAN, ANNIVERSARY PLANS OBSERVANCE. junior choir and.Junior. ushers will auditorium. gles. Mrs. Leaner D. Lee; Patrol
sertie. Appearing on program will be Leader Mrs. Flossie Wearer; {

t The Baptist Ministers Wives Sunday has been designated as The.: 'Consecration committee, Mrs. Lena George 1rtrs. .Gussie Cafeteria DecorUm Mrs V. Randall I.

; Alliance will celebrate their,:,13th Women's Day..;at the Mt. SinaiPrimitiYe headed by A. L. Rutland and Paige, Mrs. Leona Jackson. J. ; Librarian, Mrs. Mildred

:' anniversary':. on" :Monday night Baptist Church, where: Mrs. A,.M.;Struggins, promises to Williams Mrs. Louella WUHamS, Peterson; Music Coordinator Mrs. iniiiiVS.ivn ; 1

".'. November 25, at the Royal Taber.. .the Rev. W. R, Bradley is pastor. feature a lovely program. Friends: Miss Birdie Travis'and others. Erma L. Bryant; Internal Accountants us and Lu.in
Lnacle J3aptist> Chnrc2z. Speaker for the morning worship are invited. Mrs Mesdames Vermal Me- > ,
,___ Nancy Travis is chairman ,
Mrs. H. H. Robinson' Is' the "wHrbe Mrs. Rachel Alex.and .. "Alexander, Cottrell,,".ACE, ,Lfca- J.he.:.:P'ogram, committee and Cone and Harriett Martin;"School'Secretary

',' president and Mrs. L. Lewis is I :Mrs Agnes Hartfield will be gue president; Rev., J. A. Roberts, Isaiah Jones Is president "of the : Mrs. 'Margaret"JrBe-1

..:... the reporter I heard: during the evening worship. pastor. board. thune. .

<: .

" .t
- ... t..,.",
., .
: .' -:; ':' ,., _. .
.. L .
-= : .

- .




'.,. .
'' '
f **%*%.

Saturday, November 2, 1957 THE FLORIDA S''AR. Page >FIT ..


IT.N. .'


"? t : *

Wt 9 s e Y ; rrk Ie

:.. 1ki *
Y6 .,.
vdrt v
+ i *
1rTj o\\K *


__ :: r .,, Y + ; if

,% y i : s.: _
r Qt M. :1Wea-; I


k '
4 :

k S?, v'J euc

t "FLORIDA CLASSIC" TIME A portion of the some 19,000 people who witnessed the J I t
annual "Florida Clastic" In the Gator Bowl last Saturday night are seen In photos above and
at left. Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune-Cookman College whose team opposed A up.ot U.e Pepd Cap t*
thai utcUuidinjr
Florida A and M University Is seen at center with Mrs. Ada Lee and Mrs. Moore In. the scene American, who mate yousW air
above. Other well-known Jaxons are with the trio. The picture at right shows (from right), country aDe ear community
Dr. 0.. W. Gore, FAMU .president and Mrs. Gore with other familiar face (Photo. by Sherard) a better pUe tn wk>h to UT
i .
> I
BABY CONTEST t.-. *itiC.


.,.r a iCie'

1' ''*!i Only I YJ.Iceroy gives youTv AT THE BAZAARThe

: ; Annual Bazaar of St. I iC

:. Phillips Episcopal Church which it
'.* T5 will be held November 1314at
;- .,
iJ'$ < '
: '. : the Recreation Center will be JOAN LOIS POWELL iC
.. : :
highlighted by the termination-of Senior high School
t.. ,.. -'
; ,, a baby contest. New Stanton
.. ,r, '. ,,,,' Serving as chairman of the Pepsi Cola Dealers and
." baby contest is Mrs. R. R. Robin- Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.
son who will be ably assisted by are proud to salute Joan
Mrs. Ruth Leapheart and the
Lois Powell of the 12th

........ committee.: grade class. She is a
... The contestants are: Pattie i'
Eyvette Weston, Brenda. T. Vincent member of the National

Harris. Paula Joyce Davis Honor Society and the t

I FOR TH AT SM 0 0TH E R TASTE Cheryl fair.white.Mackey.Leslie Edward Stewart William Earl Marion Muse.Darlene Witsell.Solomon.Stewart Warren Charles Gladys Deborah Tezlyn Johnson Parsons,Satter-Veda Tel-Joy, **?Glee**Club.********-tc


,. ,
S f ag.3;

and Mrs. R. Williams iC .
celebrated their Golden Anniversary it '. I'

ORDINARY FILTER lft} t';" at their home ast Monday .
'f night. The house was beautifully
I! rt. decorated with a variety of cutflowers NADA ROMONA
Only half at many filter traps in the other & :; ) and the fifteen 4' HENDERSONNewSStanton
., two largest-selling filter brands! These simplified guests
< . ; J> :* ; it
S 41 drawings dramatize the difference 1 ;t.1.. ..., t.; were dressed in the season's latest. Senior School
.I between Viceroy and ordinary tips' Only ... /I ..J fashion to do honor to the distinguished -tc: High
1( .. Nada is a member of
't i couple.Prominent .
Viceroy gives you 20,000 filter traps, for it
among the guests the 12th grade class. She
: that smoother taste! iC
"br'q Actual ordinary photomicrograph filter 6< '
served as host and marrying par. 7' member of the Y-Teens

-S . -IS-------- -- ..'-- e -_ son; Mrs. B.V.. Williams, talented iC and is president of the ,

S musician and teacher; Mrs. iC Tennis Club.
M. M. Harris Mrs. G. L. Beamon, iCtcf.

Mrs. Maggie Jones, Mrs. Ceila ... ......
-- ": Marrs Rev A. Williams, Deacon

., ., ... ... .k..t <,, .' :; (: < :'..: .'............. Johnson J. Davis and many *
; "i J .
., :
: : : .> + . .
: "'
,., ., < ... . others.A *
\ < :" : :;' .. ;.- . : :
: ; :: > : .
".:.. ......-. ..:.... '$4i.: ;::,''':., *:: ::'<''.'<..." .. . . three course supper was
.:::-:::> .':::;...:>'::'..': : <'<":" :. : '..: ',,. /;...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. *
.." selected' The
., "r.. ,'<:.' .. .i........................................ served the guests.' *
'. .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:. . couple received many'valuable
: : : : :
.i : : : : : : : : '::::' ,.:..... *
l :." '?::} . . /'; t' .. :;: gifts which were piled on a Mahogany
. . <
'''f;. & . . ::. *
J: ; .
. . . l.:: : .\::::.. :..' bed.
.. . . You can see the difference In the Viceroy :::, tf: .ii:;*: :.;:
: .
I & . . :_. ..
k5 . . . . . . tip! It gives you twice as many filter traps as ::: .rw'k.. ;. .. ,"/' I
. . ., ; ; ; ....... .
. . . ;;: :::;; ::; :; NEW STANTON CLUB
. . . the other two largest-selling filter brands'a "":': '
S 4; 'ik ::;::' .
. . ;: .
. i ;:; :: *
: :
., <'' \ .e. . . .Aes.,the re are 20,000 filter traps..in every '..ff.:\. ;:. ? .... TO PRESENT FIESTA
''','. ..: .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: Viceroy tip-20,000 filter traps. for that ...l.::;:;..::: ...' ELLEN LALTTA
\ A, . . The Band Parents Club of New
; '
; . . .
>..> .' . . smoother taste! THOMAS
: ,,......,.('>:., ......... . Actual photomicrograph of Stanton Senior High School will I
;." ,. . . Viceroy filter tecttoit.. New Stanton
"< . . Frol-
\::<;;; persent, "Ye Olde Country
. . .
"""' . . Senior High School
.."<.... . .. ick, Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m., in
: :.:.: : : : : : : :.:.:.: Tribute is paid to Ellen
.-.:.:::::::::::. the school gymnasium Lalita Thomas of the 11th
'"Gaiety" will be the theme for I
grade class. She Is a
the evening. .Refreshment booths
member of the Starching
floor shows will be included in
Band, Improved Writing iC
Twice as filter traps'.Z the festivities, and door prizes Club and an honor stu iC
many ? will winning be awarded tickets.: persons with the dent.

The planning committee headed -tc

.:cr I. :: as the other. two :> ''' '' _S CERp by Mrs.Mrs. Eileen G. L. Tolbert Gibson, Mrs assistedby S. ** * *

Wilson Mrs. A. Goodman Mrs. Congratulations from P.pd
\ I"a F. H. Alexander and Mrs. R. C, Cola to theM three Merit
.: largest-selling( filter brands Soloman with lira. Eunice M. .Listen Award to winner Pepsi I Merit

Richardson president are working
Award salutation on Pep.
hard to make the affair a >*
,. si Cola TEEN-TDEB
"'' .
success. Tickets may be purchased .
WRHO, 1400 on your dial
'A from.,. any band member, Saturdays 10:45 to 11:45
Compare! Only Viceroy giesyou r: s +
? 1. M.

20,.OOO filter traps-m-/ce as ye k > r a JAX BEACH P-TA

t many as the other two largest- TO HOLD MEETINGW.

.selling filter. brands-for that S. Bell president of the *

smoother taste! Jacksonville Beach Elementary OL4
School PTA has announced the E
P/i/Jr-finest-quality leaf r'. S
regular meeting of the organization r

tobacco, Deep-Cured for extra ', for Monday at 8 pm.
Items on the agenda will include
smoothness! .
Zite,. F a report of the program
Get Viceroy!-20,000 filter traps, : held Oct. 25 and a report of

Ioi't1... -"'.,',' 'smoothest taste'. of all! TESr. committee.progress from. the beautification I

.. ..... KIN .
IE Pepsi CoteOoaUrs
Mrs. Dora Lee Swift, cafeteria
\ j--.., manager, will be present and discuss ..fJKbontlle
: :': 4 t DEEP-CURED THROUGH.. AND THROUGH! FOR EXTRA SMOOTHNESS! h The School Cafeteria, it's f

O 2957.. *!*Brwtn% <%A WtUutmton. r v--fi-r.-TVteec*.'Corp. 1.. ".. ,. '"' "n L7'." ot.: .I" .... .,I role in the Total School program '

,.. .., .. ii1..i /* -
y "- '---: -' '' .. _.- --St -:-"' ------ "
.> ,. -. The meeting will be 1 hour lOng.
"'. ; I



-- -- -
-- -- -


"'- --- -- -- -- ... : :
'1. 4 .4 -- -- jiTi: I : i.IiI "

.. .. ... -..---. --:-- __e' _. ._. _.._...... __
f' ''" '." -- '. ', .' ," .. ,. ." ",,, V:" <...,-;;:';;, "" "" ;",',-,- ," ,', "

':;.; : I

i ; :P
---- Saturday, November t 1951
1 :':'- .: ,

I ;' .: < Views Of Interest From All\ Sections Of Beautiful Florida "

-- -
-, ;.
r. ::: : : I DEATH_ CLAIMS WIFE state will begin to prepare to receive -j
':r OF DR. EFFERSON WOBS the Royal Grand Matron.

4 : GRAND OFFICERS Lady Juanita McLendon, -
IFaE F.f:4Cu: !
were held here for Mrs. Clara VISITING LODGESLady


Church last week. The former Soo8:02 Situ on
CV2fi.OS News & Weather
.F Florida :057.00 Heaven's Road Deacon Hannah B. Miller of 408
.A A and M University home (
Grace) North Pine
Street Green Cove
economics teacher and wife of Dr. res7:03 New Weather
I ., H. Manning Efferson, dean of I:*3- 8.00 Morning Capers (Bob Springs and Lady Pearl Hudson,

f the university.' passed at theFreedman's s0- S.03 News Hudson&;) Weather first vice Royal Grand Matron of i
t..3- 9:00 Morning Capers .(Bob Florida Order of Eastern Stars:
Hospital in Washington Hudson)
D. C, October;: 19. ,*)- 9-03 News &; Weathers working under the protection of
-83-ia:00 ampin' Show (Johnny the
lrsotVoshipful Prince Hall:
Mrs. Efferson was an active Shaw)
member of the Ladies Art and 00-10-03 News &; Weather Grand Lodge. A F. and A. M. of:
03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon '
;, t Social Club of Tallahassee, the Grace) Florida and its Jurisdiction will
Yea? of I1.00-llt)3 News &: Weather make their official visits to the
Kershaw Missionary Society
11:03-12.00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
I the Bethel AME Church the Grace) various chapters throughout thestate.
12.00-12OS Local News (Yvonne
Apalachee Bend Girl Scouts Ad- Daniels) .
visory Board and the Friends of 12:15l.OO 12:05-12:13: Job Noontime Mart Tunetlme(Yvonne Daniels) The itinerary schedule as follows .

t (Yvonne Daniels) :
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
1:001:03 News Weather
1.032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon. Monday, Nov. 4, Lakeland, joint
,Grace) session.
-,- Who Invented
2002.03 News A
OBSERVES 19th ANNIVERSARY Choir 2 of St. Thomas Baptist observed Its 19th anniversary 2:03-'3:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Tuesday, Nov. 5, Lake Wales

( Monday Night In the auditorium of the Church. The following choir members participating were: The Dishwasher? 30- 3:03 News Grace)ft Weather and Haines City.

Seated: Lithe Mae Smith Thelma White, Thelma Glpp, Doris Hector, and Willie McCurt. Second row, 3:034:00 Jompla Show (Johnny Wednesday Nov. 6, Imnakabeeand M

I from left: :Mr. Frank White, M.- L. Parker, Beatrice DeVoe, Annie Pope, Mattie L. Rushing Gerturde 4:004:03 News Shaw ft Weather Labelle.

.. Wilcox, Marie Adams and Julius F. White, Jr. Third Row, from left: Beulah M. Morgan Etta .Johnson 4:035:00 Jompln Shaw) Show (Johnny Monday, Nov. 11, Miami, joint -

I .- Daisy Mae Rushing, :.Rosa ''Lee Anderson and Juanita Kelly :4. 4 5.035:45 50- 53 Jnmpin'News ft Show Weather(Johnny session. I Cornel Wilde (above) stars in
.tic : '
: Shaw) Tuesday, Nov 12, Ft. Lauder. the exotic technicolor drama, the

f IS VESPER SPEAKERAT 1:00- 6:02 SATURDAY Sign On SCHEDULE dale life, loves and adventures of

: WeddingBells Williston a z :02SrtS News ft Weather Wednesday, Nov. 13, Pahokee "OMAR KHAYYAM," new Para-
60570 Heaven's Road
NEW HOPE ANNOUNCES FAMU SUNDAYDR. 7:0073 News &: Weather and Belle Glade.Thursday mount hit showing first run at
"Bobby Lee Hall, 3551 Dillon ACtIVITIESThe J 738.00 Morning Hudson) Capers ( Nov 14, West Palm the Strand Sunday through Satur.
i. 8008.03 News &: Weather Beach and
...! St:, age 20 and Irma Lee Hall, 83- 9:00 Morning Capers (Bob Riviera day Nov. 39. Co-hitfc first Jack-
1 \ { 3531-:Dillon St., age 16., usual order of service was Hudson) Friday, Nov. '5. Stuart and sonville showing also in teckni-
90- ':03 News &:
conducted Sunday at New Hope :03-10:00 Jumpin Show (Johnny Hobo Sound. color, is "PAWNEE," starring

I 1 : James Andrew Beckworth, 1607 Baptist Church. The message was 10:00-10:03 News Daniels*) Weather Saturday: Nov. 16, Home. George Montgomery Midnight,
fM 10:03-11.00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Monday, Nov 18, Green Cote
VV. 10th St., age 23 and Artelia delivered by the Rev. J. H. Shaw) i Saturday, Nov 9th, Strand patrons
Leroleuma Jones, 1420 MorganSt. 11:00-11:03 News ft: Weather Springs and Starke jointly. I will enjoy the premiere
Phillips from the theme "The F 113-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne
A. a Wednesday, Nov. 20, Daytona
I age 20.Nathaniel. 'Wa Daniels) showing of the new colossal technicolor
1 s s s s s Right Procedure. It has been rumored that a man 12.00-12.05 Local News (Yvonne Beach, joint session. epic drama, "THE::

Jackson. 1913 Mci invented the dishwasher because 12.05-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels) Thursday, Nov. 21, Jacksonville, HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE
his wife made him do the dinner 12:151:00 Noontime Tunetlme .
joint session.Wednesday
i Million St., age 20.and Vallie Ree Mrs. Bina Benjamin Is conva- dishes. Maybe that husband was (Yvonne Daniels) DAME: starring Anthony Qukui
; lescing in the home of her daughter 1:001:03 News &: Weather Nov. 27, Martin and Gina
., Law 2018 W. 13th St., age 18. thinking only of his own troubles 10320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne Lollobrigida. All at
S I -. Mrs. E. L. Williams after f r:yra but the American Woman is not Daniels) and Alachua. regular pnres
overlooking this device to get her 2.0023 News & Weather All chapters throughout the ;
; undergoing an operation in the
Johnnie 718 --- ---- -
Lee Mars -
s Perry Session
out of the dishpan, too. 2:0330 Saturday (Johnny
Venus Court, age 28 and: Mary Alachua General Hospital, Gainesville More dishwashers have been 3:00- 33 News Shaw)& Weather

Scott, 1020 Kings Road, age 29.. bought in the first 8 months of 3034.00 Saturday Session (Johnny
1957 than were purehased in all Shaw)
r---- of 1954.This shows that dishwashers 4.004.03 News &; Weather
William Standley and Leroy 43- 5:00 Saturday Session (Johnny w
are accepted as a necessity Shaw)
Crump were in Jacksonville for now. ( 50- 5-03 News &: Weather
: I the Florida Classic. I II A study conducted at Ohio State 5:03V45 Saturday Session (Johnny
WALLPAPER j University showed that dishes are Shaw)
: I cleaner, too, when washed in a SUNDAY SCHEDULE
I Mrs. Lillie Howard and Aggie RICHARD V. MOOREEDr. dishwasher. Actual families compared C00C2 Sign On
AT BARGAIN PRICES C:02- 1:05 News ft Weather
Lane Harris spent the weekend in James Hudson, the hand method with the 65- 7:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon
f : ALSO University dishwasher method for 30 days. Grace)
Cross the house 8
I City as guestof Chaplain, announces that: Dr. Bacteria counts on plates, cups, 70- 7:03 News &; Weather
I Mr. and Mrs. George Sharp. glasses and forks 73- 7:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon Y
I PAINTMETROPOLITAN Richard V. Moore, President of were significantly Grace) N rr
Bethune-Cookman College will lower for those washed by 7:30800 Lanmore Gospel Singer
I machine. One reason: the water (Live Gospel Singing)
I Lucious Gordon is ill at his deliver the Vespers Message on used in the dishwasher was hotter 1008:30 Healing Waters (Oral A

home. He Is a member of New I Sunday; November 3, 1937, at .than the hands can stand. Eunice Roberts Riley)
PAPER STORE 6:00 P. 31. The University Familyand Since scullery maid is now only <3000: Jax: Revival Center Rev
11 W. Church Hope Baptist Church. a term of the Victorian Age,women 9-e -100 Bishop S. C. Johnson
Elgin I many visiting well wishers are looking for electrical serv- ie-oe-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers
!I I will be in attendance. Music will ants to help,them. Because dishwashing (Live Gospel Singing) r
iejO-10.45 Temple of God (Rev. W. B.
be furnished! by the University is one of the most disliked Herbert)
I chores, an automatic dishwasher 10:45-11:00: Heaven Road (Deacon i
Choir.. I seems to be an answer. Grace,
1130-113 News & Weather
I The SEAFOOD Center 41:03-12:00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon ,

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get I 12:031:00 120-123 News Heaven's& Weather Road (Yvonne

I 1:001:03 News ft Weather
LOW PRICESOn 1:031:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne
I EXTRA SPECIAL 13020 ML Ararat Baptist Cburrb
------------ ------------
(Rev. Dallas Graham)
ROE MULLET, Local Caught ....LB. 20- 30 Jafco Gospel Review
1 I Your (Live Gospel Singing)
E I BULL WHITING, Mayport .......LB. C Sot- <4XM< > God's Holy Shrine (Moth'
2 9 Rosa Woods)
RED BASS, Large for Baking ....LB. NEEDS 40- 50 Church of God In Christ
DRUG STORE Elder Charles Beck
j NORFOLK SPOTS, Famous......LB. 80- 53 News Weather 1400 WRHC 1400
53- 5:45 Heaven's Road (YvonsrDaniels

FLOUNDER Large and Med ____________Ub- 35c, Trad With Your Neighborhood Drug Store -FEATURES-

SPANISH MACKEREL, Fine for Broiling __ Lb 35c '-

RED SNAPPER, Gen. Peasacola Sm. size Lb. 59c We Will Meet Any Prices ,AdvertisedIn KEN KNIGHT

t GRAY TROUT, Delicious, Tasty ____-_____Lb. 39c FOR DRIVER'S -PRESENTING-
I CATFISH, Fresh Water Fully. Dreued ___Lb. 49c Your Local) PapersWOOD'S LICENSESOr KNIGHT TRAIN

BONELESS DEPT. Learning To Drive 8.9 Pad 12.1 NIGHTLY

I JUMBO SHRIMP ______________________Lb. 89e'i I i DIXIE PHARMACY SWEET CHARIOT

STD. OYSTERS, For Stewing ________ Pint $l-00 i AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY' thru FRIDAY

SHELL. OYSTERS, Appala- hicola, ___bushel $5.00 1)02 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTU AVENUE! El 44639 1134 W. 5th St. BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
I II 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY
PHONES CL 3-5297-91 Geo. L. Perpena, Dir.
-. ot,,.. W. Ala 'fill AH Doctor PresaiptMas ,

Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468

The Films Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable Establishments

Specializing Services and Products

I ___ __

--i t Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide NEW OAKLAND SUNDRIES


L' We always welcome the opportunity to

: ? Trade Near Where You Live I Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment serve the people of East Jax Due to
O. C. Jtrnigon S. L. Davis, MI' our Air Conditioned Store, we are ableto

CARTER'S FUNERAL HOME offer you clean, fresh merchandise at

: :> Trade With Firms Thai Cooperate With The Community AMBULANCE Lady Attendant SERVICE all times. OUR MOTTO -

"If we don't have what want
EL 4-0545 El 4-0546 925 .,929 W. BEAVER ST you
we will get it"
: .- '


liMn CARE:-Special Shampoo-Hot Oil Treat.
ment-Oil-Henna Packs Bleaches-Rinses-
1907 Kings Road at Spires
: : ; > SINGLETON'SSUPERIOR Florida Sewing Machine Supply Tints-Djev-Ilalr Cutting-All Color Rinses .


BARBECUEI W. ley Sell and Repair Singer and Other Makes THAT 1957 AND 1858 DE3IANDS". '
:, i '
Where ExperiencedPharmacist
I .. > .S ; Paris Supplies OPERATORS:-Mrs. Gertrude Griffins, Mrs. Marion -

I ':: ; Specializing in Ribs and Chicken ; Y Pre p a i.- 4a An Old Established Concern Lowery airs. Doris Malden Mrs. Bessie

Your Prescription Hampton, lbs Jnanita Prince and Mrs Christeen

f SS-;: = No. 1 33rd at Moncrief Road .: : i cording to your doctor's SOS WEST FORSYTH Brown, )1aDa r.

'.' 1L:,.,_;i PHONE EL 4-9102 4; instructions Using

:_:. 'No 2 Broad at State Street DRY CLEANINGSPECIAL
.' i'k 4) _. only the best quality WILSON and SON

;;.L "No.. 3 Florida Avenue' at 1st Street Dr. C. E. Black Dr.W.J.QraIma Ladles' Plain Dresses Beanttfnllj Cleaned and DYEING and REFTNISHINGInvnsibto -

'", PHONE EL 6-9367 Pressed Soles Ort&opedle Work

.No. '4 TOO Block W. Ashley Street A Complete Liae,oh. ALL WORK GUARANTEED '
: .r 4. : >
.. ..
.. 2935 Myrtle Avenue Pit El 4.7023
'- JAaOIIYILLE FLOBIDA1' Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries COMMUNITY CLEANERS

.,. Sfi' x .- ..... e PRESCRIPTIONS CATJ.KD FOB AND.DEZJTOSED! 1623,.. King Rd PI!. D 64845 Y Kenneth S. WOMB. Mer.i .

: <;'.*; -. an, ... is: e g'I 3 r5P .'" "'
.1 u l'



a$ 'X

-- --
-- -
---- -
---- -

; ,

i- 4 .
= $ ; '__ .
., .
: 4. -:: n : ,,, : -. g : "

Saturday, November 2, 1957 .': < ,. IrfE FLORIDA STAR- d' Page Sep .

I; Wilder Club Boxing Team Is Set For Season I




By C. PARIIAM JOHNSONThe BOWL CLASSICA Edward ,Waters New Stanton High
.N .5555

0X Nov. 2 Florida Normal (T). -
Wilder Athletic Club boxing team has made rapid strides crowd estimated at Nov. 1-Beach High. SavannahH
20,000 Nov. 9-S.C. Area Trade (T).
since it started training a month ago under the direction of Coach r braved the cold weather last Sat Nov. 16-Friendship College ( ).

Julius Guinyard at the Jefferson Swimming pool. urday night to watch the Florida (H). Nov. 8-Campbell, Dagona
H A & M Rattlers and the Bethune. H Nov. 15-Center High. Way.
The official opener for the team Nov. 23-Daniel Payne ( )
Cookman College Wildcats play in cross (H).
H were, the Naval Air Station bouts Cannon who won the Florida
Wf which was also the opener for the AAU heavyweight championshipin the third annual Florida Classic Gilbert High Nov. 28-Gilbert High (H).
f football
game in the Gator Bowl.
Naval Air Station team. The teamas 1955. New members joiningthe a The game started off with a Nov. Savannah (T). .

a whole was in tip-top condition squad are C. Duke and Lester 31p different iutlook from the games Nov. 8-Panama City (H). Douglas Anderson !'. *

according to a report given Flournoy Jr. T .
I Nov. 15-BTW, Pensacola ( ) .
played in previous years, It ap
out by Ctach Guinyard. Team members participating in Nor. 28-New Stanton (H). Oct. 30-Voc. High (H).
peared at first that it was goingto
l Other than the eight bouts with the ,Jax Navy bouts were Clarence Nov. 8-Bunnell (T). '
; be a nip and tuck battle withBethuneCookman .
i the Jax Navy the team will bat Calloway Johnny Thomas, w Nov. 15-Open.
showing amaz- D. C. High
tie the Green Cave Navy Base; John Woods Denmus Mangrum,
ing defensive in Nov. 22-Open.
power holdingthe Nov. I-Murray. St. AugustineT
the Army Air Force West ,Palm William MYrick, Willie Rattlers on downs and forcing ( ). Noy. 28-Peck High, Feraan-
Beach and the Air Force
Army Joe Smith Earl Burroughs Cleveland 4C
j NAB 4z them to do a lot of kicking.Just Nov. 23-Gilbert (H). dina (T).
'. Base Shaw Field Sumter S. C. -Dawson, Kenneth Wilson,
as the huge crowd was all
t The bouts will be held in November .I Talliaferro McTeer, Samuel Maddox -
,, settled to see a hard fought
and December.The William James 4 A4r
I .
game, the Rattler power began SIAC SCHEDULE
team was greatly strength. Blackshear Major Brooks Walter -
I ened -With the return of Willie Matthews Henry Matthews, to break loose with David Lati- FLORIDA A & M UNIVERSITYNov. .FORT VALLEY ST. COLLEGE

mer scaring two touchdowns and Benedict (T)' Nov. Tuskegee.. Fort Valley.
Leon Smith Willie Macon and *
Nov. 9-Morris Brown. Columbus
$ Charles Young, the Rattlers' fullback
Nov. 9 N.OA. & T. T).
Abraham Williams. ; I Nov. 16-Knoxville, (There)
10-67-46 Coach has scoring the third with : Nov. 16-Allen U. (T). Nov. 28-Albany.
+ Guinyard expressedmuch 4A
a Lewis Johnson booting two extra. Nov. 23-Southern U. (H).

98233725Warch encouragement over the h:1T: points. The first half ended with Dec. 14 O.B. Classic Miami) KNOXVILLE COLLEGE
( .
t'L Nov. 2
showing of the team and believes the Rattlers out in front 20-0. -Allen. Knoxville. Tenn.

t the fighters will give good accounts BETIIUNE-COOKMAN FULLBACK James White shown In BET1IUNE-COOKMAN Nov. Morehouse.. Atlanta Ga.
This Clown During the half-time show, the Nov. 16-Fort Valley Knoxvffle
of themselves when they the picture is one of the most dependable men In' the Wildcats great Florida A & M band which Nov. 2-Open. Nov. 2-Ala A&M, Normal Ala

I .3 1 enter the championship matches bac.kneld.Vhlte has been a stellar performer all season despitethe has been tabbed by leading experts Nov. 9-Gramling;; (T). LANE

-I this year. Those who have seen fact the Wildcats have had a poor season. White has been a from all over the country, Nov. Xavier-Tilt of Maroon Nov. 2-COLLEGE Fisk University Jacksoa

7"f". 5 the team in action voice the sentiments fine performer in defeat just as be has ,in victory. Ills spirit, as one of the greatest in the nation & Gold (Lakeland). Tenn. (Homecoming)

of the coach. courage and all around play'have kept him ,In the ,thickest of the under the direction of William Nov. 28-Allen U. (Homecoming Nov. Philander-Smlth College

7 5 fight. When the Wildcats season Is 'over, James White will be P. Faster, featured the 1957 ) (H). Jackson Tenn.MOREHOUSE .

t'g. there for his share of the glory.IMPORTING. theme "Down South America COLLEGENov.
'16-5-3 STOPRfeUEV Way" 2-Clark, Atlanta, Ga
Nov. 2-Ala. State Birmingham.Nov. Nov. Knoxville, Atlanta, Ga.
469-45-395 The second half opened with 9-S.C. State, Normal, Ala. Nov. 16-Howard. Washington
the Rattlers again in control. Nov. 23-Knoxvttle. Normal Ala. D.C.

Sometime he's op Their fourth touchdown came Nov. 23-Fisk, Nashville Tenn.
!i..m I
He adds, subtracts MORRIS BROWN COLLEGE
and ran 19 yards to Nov. 9-Savannah St. Savannah.
pass pay
He 'works 'It all around 20 SECONDS Nov. 1-Open.
c. PARHAM JOHNSONTHE Nov. 16-Fisk U. Nashville.
By ,
dirt. William Elliott raced 20
Nov. 9-Fort Valley St. Columbus
ST A *
For Nov. 9 yards for another touchdown.In Nov. 28-Tuskegee Inst. Mont. Nov. 16-S. C. State Orangeburg
3749---6 ever posted by a winner in a the fourth quarter Lee Roy ALLEN UNIVERSITY Nov. 23-Open.
has three of the most exciting Nov. 28 Clark College Atlanta.
seven-game classic. The team bat. ster passed to Eugene White for (Homecoming)
in collegiate-football this Classic)
players (Thanksgiving
ting average was only .209. 17 yards and Horace Small for 15 Nov. 2-Knoxville. (Knoxville)
year. The three are ,Jim Pace, Nov. 28-Bethune-Cookman, Day-
EDDIE MACHEN the 26year. yards which meant two more
Michigan's tailback; Bob Mitchell, Nov. 16-Fla. A&M, Columbia. SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
old unbeaten heavyweight contender touchdowns for the Gaither men. tona Fla. Nov. 2 Claflin Col. OrangeburgNov.
Beach ,
Illinois' halfback, and Sid. Williams
f Going Places l Wisconsin's quarterback.The has been, signed to meet Johnson kicked two extra points BENEDICT COLLEGE 9-Ala. A&M Normal, Ala. .

most significant thing aboutIt Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson at and Royster kicked one. Nov. 16-Morris Brown, Orange.burg. .
2 Fla. A&M Columbia.
Nov. -
San Francisco's Cow Palace in a With a very poor record for the S. C. (Homecoming)
is, all three of them are from Nov. 9-Allen U., Columbia, S.C.
$ 9vh ?h$ .. Arkansas. Pace and Williams are 12-round nationally televised' bout Wildcats for the 1957 season, they Nov. 16-Miles Memorial Birmingham Nov. 28-Benedict College Col.umbia .

November 13. Jackson has not did something that had not been Ala. S. C.
x ti.. from Little Rock and Mitchell is
y careful fought since he was stopped by done this season, and that was Nov. 23-Bishop College Columbia
from Hot Springs. A very S. C. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTENov. : : : :
Champion Floyd Patterson in the
cross the Rattler goal line. Don
: survey has been conducted and Nov. 28-S. C. State Columbia, 2-Fort Valley State College
10th round fa
o title scrap July aid Burke star for the
was a ,
the results reveal that, WilliamsIs (Homecoming). Fort Valley Ga.
2$. Machen' has' won' 23 straight losers.
the first regular tan'quarter, CLARK COLLEGE Nov. 9-Miles College Tuskegee.
since he turned pro in 1955.
back In the history of the Big (Homecoming)
FRANK BACHMAN Nov. Morehouse.. Atlanta
: leads the field in the'}.......... Rory' Calhoun said ,after managerof Calhoun Ida A & SI Rattlers. The Wildcats Nov. 9-Xavier. New Orleans La. Nov. 16-Dfflard U., New Orleans

Ten Conference. Williams also did not win the game but Nov. 16-Savannah St., Atlanta. Nov. 28-Ala. State Montgomery
had defeated Rocky Castal
r. Burke did look In the Nov.28-Morris Brown Atlanta
$ < leads the field In the conferencewith really good
lani 'Gene > Glar-
'tom'c.N 25 points scored losing battle. Burke proved along FISK UNIVERSITYNov. XAVIER .
dello, and Charley Humez all have Nov. 9-Clark Col.. New Orleans.
with Jimmy Dunn of the University
JOHNNY HOLMAN is begin. 2-Lane Jackson
refused: to fight Rory. If'Robinson I College Nov. 16-Bethune Cookman. Daytona .
of Florida and Eddie Le- Tenn.
ning to find the canvas a very decides to quit and not fight I Beach. Fla.
Baron of the Red- Nov. .I6-Ala. State. Montgomery
his head.
cozy place to lay weary Basllllo in a return bout, we'reI Nov. Morehouse.. Nashville. N v. 28-Dillard. New Orleans.
much skins that the ,big strapping 200-
He has hit the canvas so
going to demand a title fight. Tm
ta'yi, is to be pounders are not the only ones
recently it beginning a going to post a ,check for $2500 retained top spot In total offense

familiar place to be. Cleveland with the New York State Athletic who can play football with the FLORIDA A & M and St. Abrose of Davenport,

Williams was the latest to ,send make big beys. Burke was running and
Commission to sure Iowa, Is second.Pepperdine .
passing like a veteran.
.a Holman bowling over. one we're not frozen out. If the others of Los Angeles took

J Sv. time Holman was one of the lead have any beefs, now is the time BIG DON NEWCOMBE is said IS THE LEADER top aerial bows on the arm of
Y the to be on the chopping block. The
1 ing contenders for heavyweight
for them to do their: talking. its superb passer Jay Roelen,
title. Williams sent Hol question has been asked, Will Big
We're ready to fight them." who threw a record of 303 yards
man to the canvas,in two minutesand Don be with the Dodgers when
LARRY of the
DOBY: Chicago against California Poly In a losing
12 seconds of the seventh the team "moves into California'Newk
White Sox appears'to be on the cause. Pepperdine has aver
round in a 10-round scheduled had a poor season this
trading block and especially as CITY Mo. Starting 210.2
aged yards
fight. year but not poor enough to ,discourage game.
+:*: far as Manager Al Lopez ,is con. 'the front'' office of the late but fast, Florida A & M Lincoln University of Jefferson

GEORGE C. SMITH 19-year cerned. ;It. has .been rumored that University gained command of Mo. the
Cincinnati Redlegs. They say City, rushing leader was
%. ; old second baseman! of.the Indian Lopez did not take to Doby too Newk is still worth every cent of four statistical departments pushed to second spot for a 308

spoils Clowns and a' native of St. well. Lopez is said to have been $300,000. among National Association of average and holds fourth in total

st.air .'w.. x, Petersburg, Florida, baa been: the man behind the trading of Intercollegiate Athletics football offense with 416 yards a game.

tri sought by the Detroit Tigers, of: Doby from the Cleveland Indians. LARRY DOBY, star outfielder teams. Among schools which have

they American League. A r-tght.j Doby is by no means a favoriteof of the Chicago White Sox baseball The Rattlers struck their played several games, Grambllng

SmIth' stands 5 Detroit Is interested .,team, win be among the celebrities '
handed hitter Lopez.
I venom in Fort Valley State CoLlege has the best total defense mark
feet 10' Inches and weighs 170 Doby and they are offering a neat attending, the NAACP
of Georgia to win 74-0 in the 87.5"''a' and the best rushing
I d CWYEO>r td FIT YOUR rOCttT. inn SQC & M11 PWT toO. game ,
BBS HMOT FUSX Freedom Fund dinner to be held
COSTS NO cxnt\AND COMB WITH CODDI ACLU GT.f pounds.,He is a graduate of:Gibbs I little sum for the hard-hitting very, first game of the season. defense with 41. yards a game..
High" School He bas bees assign- outfielder. In New York, Nov, 22. Doby was rushing 418 yards, holdingFort Southwestern Oklahoma 20.6 'and

ed Durham, N., c. In tiie'Clasa B DONALD BURKE, the little I the first of the nation's outatand.I Valley to a total of 39 yards20by : Wiley of Texas, 22.6 are best

f SlimT rim and Handsome! Ifs the' League. man in the Bethune-Cookman Col I I for lag the athletes$100-a-couple to purchase dinner.a ticket Jack. rushing and 19 yards by pass aerial, defenders among those whohave

THE WORLD'SERDS!; WINNING lege backfield made that No. 17 I le i ing. been tested more than once.
Robinson former
Milwaukee Braves won stand out last ,Saturday night in star Is'chairman of theA88OdaUon's The Rattlers of Jake GaithertPete

with the lowest batting average the Gator Bowl against the FlorMl 1957 Freedom Fund Griffin Hansel Tookes,
Old : Tavern Acosta Kitties Macon Williamsand HOUSTON BANS

Kentucky committee.SID Drive and. bead o fthe dinner Edward Oglesby took over

1 the No. 3 spot in total offense

PQSNnfS" I WILLIAMS, the Little without throwing a pass. Gramb- MIXED GAMES:
I Rock, Ark. native, is going like a
L ,, I ling of Louisiana, idled by flu.
Pocket house ,afire for the University of .

-smart way !: ? 0 I '. Wisconsin. Williams is said to be HOUSTON Texas A ban has
) i ,
for 155 yards and two touch-
the first tan quarterback in the been placed on high school football

........_** ** history of the Big Ten Confer. downs against the Washington games between Negroes :and

to have this fine Bourbon alwayson .L CULTURES STRAIGHTENS ence. He Is capable of doing Redskins. Matson continues to be, whites in Houston's public school

stadium and the authorities
I everything with a football thereis I the big wheel in the ChicagoCardinal's i say

to do. Head Coach :Milt Bruin the ban will remain throughoutthe .

t ..uRayRoJa, said Sid has done the most remarkable offense. 1957 season
hand. Every drop FLORIDA A & M RATTLERS
Last and whites
,tIf4. = job so far of any play. year Negroes

er he has ever coached. appear to be headed for another played together In the same sta-
ar., \ ,.'Ii's.. Knockout, SUGAR RAY ROBINSON has SIAC championship. At this stageof dium with no friction existing

timed to perfection7fu1years i the entire fight world guessing the season, the Rattlers have among the groups.

"I Ii. about what be-is going to do. His posted three victories with no,ties The ruling was announced by

silence has everyone baffled. The : and no defeats. Football players Roy E. Dealy assistant directorof

i. question Is, win he fight Basfllio : come and go but the Rattlers go extra.muraJ.act1vitiea. for the

r I again, \\1U" be go back Into the on forever. There have been Houston schools who said the policy

show business? Robinson Isn't many .great football players produced was adopted ,at the requestsof

t!' talking and the people are still on the hills of Tallahassee several principals: who believe

,' ;, IOHER --- wondering. and each year A & M comes up football ,should remain segregated ,

," ,- BEIittF >N4 V called with team. The great until the schools are integrated.SAY .
t k Gf.J.J QLUE WATSON, who was a great
'lIlnl",1U.t'V'l ....._ ... the best player in football a question Is, who will be able to

.. a =.I..nll-- i : 'IMRU'ima nIu sz i few years back, continues to astound stop the.'RatUeraT V YOU_SAW- IT: ("

,- ','a1iM'11R' IAIIMiR i11. t ids _. .. c E., FAMVHdaitr '- :.. the football world witbT;his Smooth Sailing until we.meet =- :i '. JTN,THE tr.,;,v .: ,

: '- ; ... mJ......,wait..... spectacular runs. Matron romped again. FLORIDA STAR ...





r t

t' ..
,, !

JIIiP :" ;ITIE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, November 2, 1951 \

*r,;'.............. ......... ....................................... I NAACP CONFER SECRETARYTO WITH HAWKINS' SUIT TAN PLAYERS VIRGINIA'S ANTl-NAACP LAWS. .i



s.: '. BY JAY JAY.1.1,11111111111.111111.111.1.11 : NAACP executive secretary, ar-. RICHMOND Va. Briefs were filed and arguments heard In

:" .. .. rived here for a series of conferences : COURT 4TH TIME MAJOR TEAMS the federal district court here In a case in which the' NAACP :
................ /.1.1111 .111/ .
,N 4 with Hollywood producers I challenging the constitutionality of seven Virginia laws designed 1.1:1-:1

...' and performers with a, Virgil D. Hawkins, a Negro A partial list of tan players I cripple the activities of the NAACP in Virginia passed by

The big game has come and I view to enlarging opportunities who has been trying to get into Ion major college teams is hereYou'll state legislature in October, 1956. I

gone and the old town is almost for Negro actors in films and the TJniverstfyv} Florida Law published for the convenience ..of Representing the NAACP In the ,
I nothing. The only change affecting
television. shows. school since/ 9d. I
has his
brought argument heard on Oct. 10 were
back to'normaL This Star readers who wish to
year sawA the 'Negro population which Joining Mr. Wilkins in the conferences thcl keep up Throughout runs the unconstitutional
situation tt> high court for I I
new trend develeped In the has been made was the political were Loren Miller attorney the fourttf'time/ V.with the teams throughout the Robert L. Carter the Association's classification aimed solelyat

fine old art of entertaining. More execution of one individual and and Dr Claude Hudson Hawkins layiers j ThurgoodMarshal country' general counsel and Oliver groups such as plaintiffs

and more Jaxons opened the doorsof rewarding of another. We have Los Angeles member of the NAA- / and lm>ert I:. Carter, of CORNELL U. Irv
their homes to the visitors. found out that Negroes were refused CP national Board of Directors; New York have asked the HB;' COLUMBIA U. -r Harry and Educational Fund was _and Educational Fund Inc.)

Even with the house parties the opportunity to take the Rev. Maurice Dawkins, presidentof i court to resol} the impasse by represented by Thurgood Marshall while expressly excluding all
places still jumped until the wee, exam for county Road Patrol on the Los Angeles NAACP I going back to the early days of Brookins Johnson ; director-counsel and Spotts. other groups exercising freedomof
Art Blanche HB
Martin ,
orders from the sheriffs office.
wee hours branch; and Mrs.Tarea Hall Pitt- the last century for precedents., wood W. Robinson. HI. expression or joint action in
Ellison Kelly, HB. Henry Young,
At least that is what the under-
The El Dorado had a full house man and Lester Bailey of the In a series of decrees beginningIn The Virginia anti-NAACP statutes the courts."
HB; IDAHO .-Ken Hall. HB;
all said when fellows answered
until the thought of being seen lings Association's West Coast regional 1816, the Supreme Court established : The brief charges that In seek

on a Sunday morning drove the the notice which called.for"citizens" office. its superiority aver recalcitrant WASHINGTON STATE-Jimmy 1. Prohibit the solicitation of ing to forestall any attempts to
Jones HB Jim E Luther
We see Renfroe ;
people home. The same was true to apply. can : state tribunals funds to defray the costs of litigation bring about desegregation Virginia
does not Carr, HB and Jim Jones FB;
at the Country Club. someone in the The Florida Supreme Court has in anti-discrimination suits has "struck at the main bul-
The jumpingest party in town rate Negroes as refused to order Hawkins admitted without listing with the secretaryof' wark of relief against govern-
Earnest Durden HB Ted Bates
was certainly held at Sammie and ABOUT TOWN: Gloria Brownis LARCENY: BY to the law school on the, state the names and addresses mental oppression free accessto

Doris Lewis' home. Dwight Mitchell one of the contestants for the grounds that violence would result '.T; SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA of members and contributors the courts"

half of the :MitchelWtaff title of "Miss EWC." The popular HIS LANDLADYSolomon although the U. S. Supreme John Brown. HB. Trusse Norris 2. Ban public advocacy of desegregation The laws, the NAACP document -
Luster ; -
Duo came out with sweet music waitress is one of a bevy of Thomas, a roomer in Court directed his Immediate ad- of the public schools says, "have the singular effect
U Jacobs G
until morning. Before the seSsionwas beauties. Speaking of beauties the home of Louise Lang 56, mission a year and a half ago Art Forbes,:FB; COLLEGE, OF without listing with the secretaryof of divesting indigent Negro

over, Tiny York, Teddy FAMU won the game but Be- 986A W. Ashley Street has been SMATHERS SAKES: RULINGG PACIFIC Dick HB. state the names and addressesof litigants of their only means of I
Washington and Walter Thomp. thune took the parade. The tan accused of taking with him 1 TAMPA -- Sen. George Sma- members and contributors access to the courts."
OHIO STATE U. Don Clark,i
son Joined the party. We hada lovilies from down South led by man's suit. $60; 1 man's Mardon thers said Wednesday the U.: S. HB, Aurelis Thomas G., Lee 3. Penalize attorneys who accept .

thrill comparable to seeing the most beautiful Olga11l1a.m watch $40; 2-l; 1 man's shirt, Supreme Court's decision in the Brown,, T; ILLINOIS U. Bob fees raised by persons or or-
Garner and Petterson on the of Havana Cuba,. drew nothingbut i Virgil Hawkins case shows "pos involvedin
he moved Tuesday ganizations not directly "Light
$4.50 when :Mitchell; MICHIGAN U. Jim Up And Live
admiration all along the parade "
when Walter and of attitude.
same piano sibly a change
the litigation I
Oct. 29. Pace HB IOWA U.1Uke Should
; Be
Dwight gave out with, several route. Olga and one of her It ,was reported that Thomasis He said in an interview that Hagler HB; MINNESOTA-Bob 4. Restrain organizations from Battle Cry

duets. attendants, Kuthie Dunmore areBoj supposed to be employed atMornson's the. court's action is "very indicative" encouraging citizens to secure "Light up and live!" .
Blakely HB KANSAS U. -
Ian Haven grads. The lass ; That say Edmond C.
that the court is madeof Power*.
those the their in the courts
Among present were Cafe.Patrolmen Homer HB John Francisco rights Educational
alumni float J1att1'Dan. of the Street
the ,
"Chappie" James, Maxie Wilsons atop O. Bowman and E. "nine men \vho are still hu HB John Taylor HB, Ernie 5. Forbid giving financial as- and Highway Safety Lighting I
lels Stewart is likewise a BoylanIIa'en "
Bob Peppers, Ralph Stewarts, Jefferson investigated. man. Russell, T; Oklahoma U.-Pren- sistance to persons involved in Bureau of Cleveland, Ohio, should
The Eastside girls echo and
grad. re-echo
Haiti Stewart Percy Parsons, lawsuits against the State of Virginia across the nation
1. tiss Gautt HB COLORADO U-
in ; as citizens and
school well represented public officials
was seek
Frank Smith, the Bill Mathises, MAN ,IS STABBED NOTRE the
the beauty department. But come M. WILLIAMS Benny Dillard. HB; means of reducing traffic ana I
Russel Gregory and petite Jeri, I DAME U. Aubrey Lewis HB. 6. Require a public listing of crime fatalities in the cities and on
to think of it, for a ,number BY GIRL FRIENDErnest the highways.It's .
Williams of Tallahassee. have NAMED MISS GILBERTMiss PERDUE .-Mel Dillard. FB, the NAACP membership in the
Haven grads
years Boylan a well-known] and substan.
Frank Hampton entertained and Hende on. 21 of 4040: Tom Fletcher, HB, Tom Barnett state
reigned as Homecoming Queens, : Maxie Elaine Williams, tiated fact thatr
the folk pumped him until he Moncrief Road reported he was HB; LOUISVILLE U. Leonard Demand. a filing of all j 4- 1 the night hours
and "Swethearts" at many of TJr. and Mrs. Raymond -
admitted that his sister had prepared was stabbed in the chest by his girlfriend I Lyles, HB; INDIANA U. Dale monies raised and expended by are the more"

the baked beans. The folk schools. of 1618 E. 27th St., Gilbert" last Monday, at 1112 Davis I Gales EVillie; Powell HB; the NAACP in Virginia for any .. i I perilous for life
Frank Hampton has securedthe elected "Miss Matthew W. i and limb. Low
flowed in, and out of Frank's so Street. Jerome Ward, E; Jim Yore, FB; purpose.
franchise for the new Gulf for the 195758"school term. visibility 011'dark
fast you could hardly keep count. : of Henderson 'It old investigating NORTHWESTERN U. Wilmer Called Keystone of Massive city streets
and He Williams is a member **
Myrtle. :Miss
Before dawn Elcee Lucas stoppedby Station on 16th officers that he and his girl Fowler HB; WISCONSIN U. Resistance Program and lonely coun.'
will for business in the near the Marching and Concert Band o .. ..i,_
open statutes termed try highways Is1
and joined the bean-eaters. friend, Emma Lou Jones were Sid Williams QB, Danny Lewis The Virginia are Tn .r

Barbara Robinson Frankie Mc- future. That area is rapidly de- president of the Young candidate Women'sCouncil for fighting and she stabbed him in HB; MARQUETTE :U. Larry In the NAACP brief "the keystone motorist and pedestrian a handicap alike. for
businessarea. and is a
Ghee, Lois Iszard and Arlean veloping in a topflight class. the chest. ,He was arrested along Hubbard E, and Bill Burney HB of the state's program of Look at the record -

Felton all forgot their figures graduation in ,the June 1958 with Miss Jones for fighting. 'massive resistance' to the (public In Indianapolis, Indiana typical:
Jerome Singletary had his She"was a member of the Green decisions of the Supreme American city, in one year there
and diets and joined the men in Te was taken to Duval Medical SAY YOU SAW IT school)
the Shady with Earl Dennis as chair were 3218 night traffic accidents
at new
grand opening Party ,'I
the repast. Center for treatment and was Court. 30 of them fatalities. In the
food'and same
Oaks. He features good man. later dismissed. IN TIlEFLORIDA "Seldom has a group of statutes year there were 3,843 day accidents
The Press Open house at the party whose candi-
The Orange
pretty waitresses.The Patrolmen L. C. Williams and suffered from as many constitutional with 14 fatalities. '
Astor Motel was a tremendous town"was too small for date lost to Miss Williams was Walter Solomon investigated. I STAR infirmities as these under Thus, it will be seen, while 46*

success again this year. We week-end. headed by Leonard Douglas.The NAACP docu. per cent of the accidents occurred I
of the boys consideration at
missed Chuck Smith who was ill. some election precedures were night, fatalities climbed to 65
Many of them had guests in town ment declares. "Their purpose and per cent of the total.

However Dan Collington of FA- and had to keep out of the wayof carried out, patterned after the I If[e. Juvenile Fashions for Fall 1 1I scope strike'at such federally:protected The year later, as the city
MU with of the Demo.crat I
Virgil Hawkins and the regular hammers. So 'twas National Convention I rights of freedom of speech sought to correct poor lighting in
Jimmy Huger of Bethune more and Republican parties. many areas, night time accidents '
than the with some of the gals. Things like I When crisp fall winds start -- and assembly, as well as the rightto had been reduced to 3,102 with
played part
gracious hieweekends always foul some blowing, mother must begin to < f pool resources and seek reliefin three less fatalities.

hosts. Isiah White and Nip Sams things up.-.Don't they? }think of cool-tune school-time j c courts such as this Court. Dayton, Ohio, is an outstanding
along with J. D. Brooks took Savannah State vs Albany J example of a that
fashions city
After the election next week, for her youn ster.,)/ saw the
bows in the beverage department. Lets Albany, Georgia. One thing to remember when / I "light" and is doing something
the books will open again. !' bout it. Writing in Street
Prince Thomas again providedthe NOV. 9Paine you outfit your youngster is the v Club Reporters and
make sure we are on the voting I H i g h w a y Lighting :Magazine,
daflin Orange- d own-to-earth truth to the t
old T
group with two units in Ii William A. Heck
also that the SocialitesSend of the Journal '
which to entertain. lists. Remember burg, S. C. {saying that "boys will be boys. .J Herald, said: -
Urban League and NAACP drives I This means they want to dress I or Bring Your NewsIn "One
Florida Normal vs. Albany big result has been
Ralph Maultsby was "The Man an
on. and look like all of their friends. / r To TheFLORIDA amazing drop in nighttime
are accidents
Who Came To Dinner" and he Albany, Georgia. Children Just don't { an
want to be despite increase in popu
really ate. The staffs of an of NOV. 16Albany "different"-that's for grownups STARNote lation and automobile registration

the local papers and some out Jacksonville is hotter than a vs. .Morris College ) Indeed their need to feel i 1 "The average number of traffic

of town papers along with, several "Model A Ford" so say the wise Sumter, S. C. "one of the gang" is a vital part : 1 f : The earlier the better. :fatalities during each at night (6 PM to 6 AM)

members of the boys. Seems as tho the folk down. Of growing up. j Notices brought In Monday and year'was 22.
Tampa and Sa Paine vs. Claflin College But "With the lighting modernIzation
vannah police force joined the town cannot get together. Well it Orangeburg, South Carolina J star's,clothes mother with buys other her young things {' Tuesday will get better positionand program nearly completed,

ain't none of our fight. Seems better headlines. there were only J3 such
press in "working". St. Augustine, Florida. J in mind. After all, she pays the ) .,AY h Fi during the deaths
like the Lord is year. That's decrease
Herb Gaines, the Btidweiser sending Sputnikand Savannah State vs. Clark College :bill and has to care for them. I of 41 cent in a
man had almost all sorts of things to plague So she is looking for outfits per night traffic
all of the fun. Atlanta, Georgia. i fatalities while daytime fatalities',
He was out Mr. Charlie. The only thing'we ; that are budget-priced .well- | during the )
"hacking" on the golf Claflin vs. Savannah State 2.--OFFICES-2 same period, increased
course. Herb can say for the local sheriffs' made easy to care for and a 100 per cent."
professes to be
golfer. quitea administration is that there has NOV. 28Savannah j' above all, practical and able to \ Main Office & Plant
State Paine take the rough-and-tumble
\s. wear
The Miami delegation to the been only one appointment in his Augusta, Ge rgfa. 1 boys give them. I 2323 MONCRIEF RD GETTING UPNIGHTS

game was headed by department from our group i Here is I
up the dean Fort Valley State a selection of popu Near 13th Street
of politicians and everyone knows that it wasa vs. Albany i lax. new-for-fall fashions that ) If worried by"B1&4der weskneu"OettlDe
newspapermen and State Up Nights (too frequent, burn1nr or itch.n .
Albany, Georgia. *
political move-the payment of fill the bill both Junior,/ (
Just about everything else. Sam ways. urination! or StroDe Cloudy Uriael
Soloman. a political debt. We hear all of will like them because they art. be pleased withSantone' due to common Kidney and B1eonSorilnT 4er In1-
Sam comes to town OYSTZX for quiet t1t71nL
smartly styled Office
exciting and make him like i it Downtown : n lp-A billion CTSlx Ublct
the who were on. the side ofa J. D. Brooks one'I' ) .
boys is
each year in style and invites busy introduo.ing : of the car coat with button on need in pw5 25 years pro,. .ffly aDd
ell down to visit him new clean administration are the new Schaeffer driver fellows, and mother will } hood (above), for the all. 423 Broad Street 11Ieuu. Ask drurrut for CY8Txx under
at the find they meet her own exacting j wool, quilted lining pro. MtUXactlon or money-kck guinntf.
Orange' Blossom Classic. This eating crow. salesman around. Actually he' ;standards.V---d vides extra warmth with

year his daughter made the tripwith To add fuel to the fire, sub needs no introduction. The new --.- .'- out bulk. Natty wooden

him. officials are all saying that the Schaeffer man is "Wash-tub" f A' toggle buttons on the front -

The members of the Lea Flues reason Negroes were refused applications King popular musician and bus- (i ) I and sheen-finish cuffs give coat this distinctive satin. '

Club are planning a special tea for the County Road iness man. You'll find them at the I eye-appeal. In charcoal

for the Urban League in the near Patrol is that orders were issued 8th and Davis' Street Daylight .. .. navy, red or ,tan. JOHNNY SHAW

future. As you know the Urban from the sheriff's office that the Grocery week-ends.. Last week (.J And for the stay-at- -

League has opened its annual exam was for white only. We Eyrie Saitche the top-ranking Negro rI home toddler there are

fund raising campaign. The goal read the notice and it gave as in the Schaeffer organization bright new fall fashions, AND"Jumpin'

this year is $15,000. which is one of the requirements "be a spent ,a few days in town. He was too. He'll be both comfortable *
and In thl
paltry. That is less than 25 cents citizen of Duval County." Appar- on his way to Daytona. Saitche three-piece appealing corduroy creep**

for every man, woman' and child* ently when the term citizen is is a former pro, basketballer and 1 along suit (below), np-to' With Johnny"COMING

of color in Jacksonville. Lets used, even if race is omitted they is well known in east coast sport ,the-minute styled. Pearl
[ and an embroider
mean white only. We are awareof circles.
split the United Fund pledges and :'d pup trim the Jacket
send something to the Urban the fact that many a Negro The illness of Joe "Hollywood" I i front, and the pants come YOUR WAY -

League. are sometimes not gentlemen but fligdon sort of dampens the spiritof with suspenders, elastic I

The feud in the sheriffs office we at least thought we were the dance. Joe was placed in r .i I clasp waist crotch front and double ...

citizens. the hospital Sunday. He is resting i 9:00 10:00 A. M.
has died down like good gas j The set has a matching

went up. Actually it was a fight The Governor has called for a but is still a "sick man." We r ) t helmet to prevent Jack 1
In all wish him (Frost from nipping at ten.
"grand jury" investigation. happy i .
the "outer recovery. .
among people". We ; -
,'I4er| ears. The outfits comer 3:00-6:00 P. M.
fairness to Mr. Cahill he
should ask for someone to look was I ABOUT TOWN: Dwight Mitchell 1. In light or royal blue

Into conditions In our part of right when he said that a sort of jazz concert pianist of the ..... )f brown maize or red. and
left law --d' they are fully washable. /',
town It is high time we let gentleman's agreement Mitchell-Ruff Duo is in town. For that,dressed-up scrubbed- &It.... 1 -.J.
, the city fathers know that we and order in the city up to the Dwight is strictly "big time now" behlnd-.the-ears look. Junior f '\ "

are not and that city officials. He is not to blame Monday Thru Saturday"OYER
asleep we do Raymond Taylor and his proudly sports his own Santone

not like the conditions over here. for the mess in the colored sec- musicians have lined up a series ,Ivy League styled single-breast- .1 i

We are referring ta the wholesale tions. The moonshiner, fixes for of fall dance engagements along ed suit (above), so much like., bJ

i all sorts of crimes, juveniles in ,Dad's. Made of specially-treated.
"fixing" of almost any kind of "Fraternity Row" at the University '
wine joints and in the streets at crease resistant rayon and ace \
d im1naI| oaae the wide open of Florida. The students .
tate the suit features
shine dealings and the assualUrs ,nights, privileged characters who all seem to go for Chico and button single breasted. fully; I

and rapists who are going scott flaunt the law and all of that Billy Miranda. Both are blues )lined coat with authentic Ivy / J t11j WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

free. I twonld be a lot of taD sort of tripe. The grand jury shouters in the old tradition. [League narrow: shoulders and I

to follow up 100 typical cases should investigate the city set-up The H. James Greens are among r.1a Pets. J

of .assault .or .rape .Involving and also include some Negroes. the folk planning to entertain It The self belt trousers t"t fy
will know what to look elastic sides.In either dark grey ONLY ALL
Negroes and Bee the outcome. We Negroes friends at their beach home during NEGRO
with blue ) .
stripes or light
daresay that yon ,win find that for in the colored section. the game week-end. Socialites with blue.. Junior will
90% of the accused are walking here should take a page from an I I f i along beside Dad, proudly b'7- 'PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

the ctreeta. Congrats to Frank Hampton. east-coast notebook. It is the fad f tog, to.match.. ..,Mt stride.
--- -- -
When the present sheriff was We hear that he has acquired the to have parties on the beaches "1360 ON EVERY

elected he 'stated 'that he owed franchise for the new Gulf Service .I I year-round. At least you have .PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR I .- .! I RADIO DIAL.4
n* nothing.,To date he tea doe Station OB 19th and Myrtle.; privacy. \ :" "" ADVERTISERS: > ,. L:: I

< ,. : ; ., ""' >I. '
.a- :f' ... .. .
., 1' -.'; t : .. "
t. -- '- .- -.r : ; ': .... .



't, _

i 1 .J'