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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 27, 1958
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Citizens Urged 1 11 C'LORID' STAR ,ti"5'!


To Vote On] TuesdayKING'S v O tjH)

VOL.8 NO.31 And NEWS SEPTEMBER 27. 1958 JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA 15 CeI1tt, <: .t'tj; H

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_9'fN M.. I Negro Vote Is Bullet Victim Condemns

Vital FactorIn ...

I irn'fix' ElectionsDuval -

citizen who voted in ?i

r the first primaries are urgedto JI
back to the On
go polls on Ripley Charge -
::1 Sept. 30 and complete the job
f of electing the men they wantto
serve them in public of-

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It has been pointed out that

half going of the to the citizens polls for effortsin the Jaxon Drowns BR River!: Hearse Driver Declares'


first wasted primaries if they will fail have to returnto been When Support CoEiapsesj fidahon Did A GGod Job

the polls, since some of the I
important offices "close to Tragedy struck at Trout giver last \Vdnesday'leD: a Prosecuting Assailants'
a. : e rR home" are still to be voted | workman lost his l Ife; by drowning when the"wooden catwalk I
y',4tt collapsed on the Trout Ri':cr ExpresFwa-:; 'nd Staff Correspondent
: on.The negro vote is highly i' Willie II. Hampton, 2or! ___u____ ___ __ I, The heated contest By between I ary Mahon, Jr.. ansi WayneE.
important at this time attl I Union Street, foil in Itipley. candidates in the Sept. 30: primary elections! for
1 i: __ tfl could be a decisive factor in 11317'Y. \'er along with a con- : \VOikiVOUHDED\ I II State Senator took an unusual turn this 'vcwt! en 2. paralyzed -
; < %1J several races. Another pointis crete carrier he was oJ rat- Negro issued a statement coneierainj rtipley's chargesthat
that is he only opportunity I t Iahon mishandled the trial which ICMIIICU iiom me
ing. Hampton dropped 40<> I !,
: voters will have to vote for shooting which c=i!sed liim to be paralyzed.
the Negro committeemen and feet into the water. I .-..

committeewomen in their pre- Donald Kidd, 28, of 9033 I AT HIS WIFE '''I' Joe Baldwin in a signed

cincts.The second primaries on Adams Ave., also was on the I An attempt to murder I ing document statement issued last the Wednesday follow--
Tuesday presents the oppor- catwalk: when it* fell but he'charge!! has been placed on

Kn tunity for Negro voters to managed to hang on to the j Cleveland Thomas Williams : 1
27, who visited the home of "I am Joe Baldwin and I am
turn the tide in of the I i
2 any side of the bridge until he''j
his wife from whom he is!I the man who was shot on

.. 4 : : t races.The following offices will was rescued by fellow work- (now separated and fired a I Roosevelt Boulevard while
d shotgun blast at her, striking I driving a hearse on Feb. 10,
be voted on in the Sept. 30 1
1 ASSAILANT Mrs. Izola Ware Curry, 42, who men.Kidd her with several pellets in the I 1957. During this political -L
Beach Florida is shown in the primaries. told investigating of- that is going on K
lists her home as Daytona face and head. f M4t
l picture on the left as she appeared ..following_ Jier arrest in RAlCVVJaT'jSXD: : : ,TUBLIG-. .fi& V. *,ofh .:' ;now Tor State Senator, there
New York after she had plunged a seven-inch steel letter JTILITIES COMMISSIONER:: Duval County R'atrol that he Mrs.Trrria Williams, has been a lot of talk aboutme
opener into the chest of the Rev. Martin Luther King. Mrs. GROUP 2 and Hampton were pouring of 1772 Davis Street told .5'1 and about my case and
Curry was arrested and jailed but later sent to Bellevue Jim Blanton Jerry Carter lice her husband from the way it was handled by
concrete into forms and that
Hospital for mental observation. She says she is originally -(incumbent she has been separated for I Mr. Mahon. All of this talk

from Adrian, Georgia. the catwalk gave way as two nights called her on the I was done without anybody .;;a., .....-S..----.....=..-
STATE SENATE Hampton started,over it with :telephone and she refused to asking me or talking to me
Committeeman Lacy Mahon Wayne E. the carrier loaded with about I talk to him. He then came to I about the real truth. I do not JOSEPH BALDWIN
Negro Up Ripley ,300 pounds of concrete. I I! the back entrance to the house I like being made a part of apolitical praises :Mahon
II and called her to the back i
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES I campaign, but so that
For Election TuesdayNEGRO -GROUP 2 i Kidd said Hampton went door. :Miss Frances Lewis also I II everybody can know the truth'I

COMMITTEEMENA vrol-iAND? a-aSoauk tyy under water with the carrier;,!!I I came to the back door and as i I want to say that I know that I MAN CONVICTEDON
whose will Robert .Roberts but rose to the surface where 'they were standing in the Mr. Mahon: did the best job
list of the names of the persons names appear Harry i her husband fired I
on the voting machines for election for the office of pre- Westberry, (incumbent) he struggled feebly before going doorway the shotgun, she said. that could be done.I DOPE COUNTAn
cinct committeeman in predominantly Negro areas is as follows GROUP 3George out of sight again. J-oe Baldwin, say that
: L. Procter ,, "**""'V I Mrs.\ Williams was hit in in the hearse case involving undercover agent
42-B George B. Stallings, Jr. Employes of the Dallas I the face and head with several me Justice was done by Mr.\ equipped with a tiny wire recorder -
Committeeman Eric O. Simpson Graham Funeral home recov-I pellets and Miss Lewis Mahon and anybody who says and a pocket radio
2-C BOUNTY COMMISSIONER\ ered was hit in the chest and ab- that Mr.\ Mahon did not try trapped the man last June 6,
Hampton's body from 12
William A. McLaughlin Committeewomen2C DISTRICT 4 domen, police reported. They to do a good job is not telling who was convicted last Wednesday -
W. H. Reed, Jr. Joseph G. Kennelly, Jr. feet of water at the spot he were taken to Duval Medical the truth." in Criminal Count on

Isadore Singleton2D, Marion Lucille Sneed Julian Warren (incum was last seen. It was found Center by police ambulance 4 Signed: Joseph Baldwin. i a narcotics charge.

Lillian G. Farley bent) about 1:10 p.m. where they were treated by The shooting case in which Richard G. Smith, alias
T. V. Covington of 729 W. Church
STRUCTION Hampton has:three children Dr. Montgomery Andor. Joe Baldwin, a hearse driver Kilroy,
Herbert Gay 2-D Williams Street found guilty of
Cleveland Thomas the victim, left paralyzedand was
Jimmie Lee Paulk Leota Glover.Davis ...:. DISTRICT 4 and the youngest was only told police his wife had been which injected into the possessing and selling morphine -
Nathaniel Sears Bertha McClain: W.W. Johnson T. Gordon, Charles two days old at the time of!running around with anotherman political campaign by Ripley, sulphate by a Criminal

2-E Josh Ann Paulk the tragedy. and whenever he ap- revolves around the trial of Court jury in less than an
Charles E. Lott BUDGET COMMISSION The bridge project is being proached her about it he was Leon Crawford Wheeler and hour of delibration.

3-A 2-E DISTRICT 1Gordon handled under contract by the told to get out. He said he James E. Aides, who were involved Judge William T. Harvey
James R. Boddie Alice Lois Conway3A A. Duncan Jr. Duval Engineering Co. called her on the phone and I in the shooting.The for sale or possession of nar-

MatthewMcNeair: Carl1 D. Langston, J. P. she refused to talk to him so men. both white, were cotics in Florida.

J. C. WalkerJ. Bonnie H. Frazier Young he got his shotgun, went to held on a charge of assault to : During the three day trial,
Gardner Sams, Sr. BUDGET COMMISSION ICE PICK USED the house and called her to murder but Wheeler was con- Tanzler brought out testimony -
3-B the door and shot her. I
3-B victed after Aides turned to show that William
Melvin Thomas Brown Annie B. McGcc Joseph C. Sessions IN STABBING Williams was arrested at turned state's evidence and I deferred sentence pending filing -
David Halsey Wright Etta Williams CHRM. STATE EXECU- 2434 E. Lincoln Court by pinned the shooting on ,I of a motion of a new trial
David Dwight Sgts. 'E. P. Corley and 0. A.
Halsey \Vheeler. within 15 days. Asst. County
4-C woman and a man suf-
Johnson who conducted the
James ,
Joshua Genright Hillman Mary Francis JenningsAda DEMOCRATIC PARTY fering from ice pick wounds investigation along with Pa- Attorney Ripley, a onetime Solisiter Hans said the Tanzler state, law the
Sam Jones Mae Stallings4G were taken to Duval Medical trolmen W. R. Mathis and C. State Senator, previously
MEN mini-
Center last Saturday following feated for the post, who has provides a mandatory
3-H Richard D. BarkerB. J. Devane. of two
been waging what has been mum sentence years
Samuel Bruce, Sr. Mardgery II. Harvey L. Brown a described as a "mud-slinging Green, a Negro narcotics
4-B Elnora H. Johnson Clifford Bishop Shepard, Jr. Mrs. Stella Mae Wynn told WOMEN ARRESTED campaign", has severely criti- agent from New York work-
Henry Culpepper4C Mabel WOMEN police her husband Rooseveli t FOR SHOPLIFTING cizedIahon's handling of the ing here under the assumed
M. Waddell5A
Helen Henson Barrs Wynn, 23, of 809 Van Buren A mother was ar= case as County Solicitor, the name of Otto Bright, pur-
Walter Griffin Street whom she is young chased six grains of morphinefrom
separated he holds.
Man post now
Sadie C. BeltsEXPECTANT rested last Monday
4-G Nettie Ruth Anders from at the present time, gels Dept. Store, 54 W. For- Ripley in a paid political ad- Smith for $.JQ on the
Booker T. Foster, Sr. came to her house : of June 6.
about night
Aria L. Peterson5C MOTHER I syth Stret by Officer Anne vertisement charged: "Why
5-A 12:30 ajn. and tried to force< Hancocke after she had taken Mahon, Jr. did not file infor-. Driving a car, Green took
Eddie Cotton I HIT IN STOMACHBY his affections on her. Sh! two dresses valued at $6.98 mation charging both men Smith to a row of houses on
James Jenkins5C Hattye Vix.Gertrude BOY FRIEND said when she offered resistance from a rack and put them in with conspiracy, try both together Florida Ave., between Fifth
Beatrice Glover a fight started. a paper bag and started to on assault to murder and Sixth Streets, where

James Edward Barnett 5-D Miss Jessie Mae Lester, 22. When he jumped on her I leave the store, it was reported. will always be his secret. Smith disappeared for a few
Clarence D. Robinson5D Isabelle who lives in the 1400 block of she picked up an ice pick and .. Joe Baldwin, the unfortunate minutes and then returned
W. 33rd Stret told investi- stabbed him in the chest. He I A store clerk noticed Joanne -, victim in a near-fatal with the dope.
Robert W. Cain 5-E gating officers that she was took the ice pick from her: Bishop, of 725 Jackson. shooting saw himself being The conversation ,was picked -
5-E Irene A. Baggs at 622 W. Ashley Street with and stabbed her in the ches, Stret put the dresses in the used as the butt in a political up and relayed to a receiver -
George Holmes .' her boy friend, Dallas Earl she. said. They were taken to; bag and called officer Han tussle has come out with a in a State Board of Health
Wilbert P.% Reyer 6-A Daniel, of 1693 Moncrief Village ]-'Duval Medical Center for J. cock who was in the store at I statement contradicting Rip- panel truck which followedthe
5-F Terese T. King she hit in the of unfair han- The conversation was
when was treatment. Both parties o the time. She made the arrest ley's charges car,
6-A Hazel Ross stomach during a fight last: charged with disorderly : and held the accused until a dling of his case. heard by agents of the federal -
Spikes George Milton 42-A Saturday night. duct :and fighting. Police con police ear arrived, police r eThe person who knows best narcotics bureau, the state
7-H Rachel Hampton :Malloy She was taken to. Duval "said the ice pick used in the!o ported. whether justice was renderedin health board's narcotics bur-
Vernon Sands29C Mattie Evelyn Williams Medical Center for treatmentShe fight was turned over tc J; It was reported that Miss: his case has stated: "I eau, and a city detective.
.... is an expectant mother., docket for evidence.Patrolman Bishop had her 1yearoldson know that Mr. Mahon did the Smith was represented by
Esau H. Butler 42-B Daniel was arrested. Dwight Bishop with her. best job that could be done." Harry H. Martin, who served
42-A < Jessie Mae Eutsay Patrolman Charlie Sea and, J. P. Brand:l The baby was left at the juvenile (See reproduction of signed without pay on appointmentfrom
William James Fields, Jr.. Vera Alexzena Johnson L. Williams investigated. and N. C. Bell investigated. Shelter. statement on page'8.) the court.LIBRARY .

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THE FLORIDA 5TAR. "Polifoes As Usual"By



by The Florida Star Publishing Co. The current election has unfolder many things and before
it is all over a lot more will be told..

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: t. '1" 1 The elections

2323 Moncrief Road _.______ EL 4-6782' EL 4.6783 .' has shown with a population of around
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773 S -e'.:- i&T \THIS STATE HAVE A -<<-: :;"'1. there seems to 100,000 Negroes. '
+t, ; limit to
-j be
v- \ Mailing Address: ANY MEANS AT THEIR r ; no The Supreme Court's deci-
: y COMMAND TO STOP .. which somecandidates '
sion refusing to delay public
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida ,x
r,. \ / : NEGROES \ will school integration in Little \

., Eric O. Simpson _.___...._.___Editor '_ go to get elected Rock is "fresh affirmation of I
1 t C. Parham Johnson ....__..__ .._.__.___.._______News Staff p: as well as the Court's determination I
: "a AHamae Richardson r. -_ Circulation Depi. that there's<< no that racial segregation is unconstitutionally -
.. I' low of ethics to out of place in
: "Member of Associated Negro Press" which some of the American public school
; ; SUBSCRIPTION RATES the polItIcaloN system," the American Civil
: One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months. $1.80 0 r kers ad- Liberties Union commentedlast
: Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. Simpson here. week.
: Subscription: Payable in Adrance. Send Check or Money Order To: Thee precinct returns must Hailing the unanimous
: FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA certainly have proved embar- opinion, ACLU executive director -
.. rassing for some of the older Patrick Murphy Malin
of the colored declared the court has
political men high
1 Should We Incorporate CityIn area who have claimed they thus given clear-cut evidence
carried the most political that it would not allow mob

Magnolia-Floradale Area ? -Y : weight in this area and had action supported by state of-
; : ; the strongest organizations.Come ficials to flout the law of the
. I Tuesday we will find land.
-r" For several weeks now there has been discussion abouta outj ust how well thought of, "The Supreme Court," Ma-

plan to incorporate into a separate city, Floradale, Magnolia are some of the precinct com- lin said, "properly has refus-
Gardens, Lincoln Villa, Royal Terrace and surrounding areas. I mittees. Democratic Committeemen ed to abdicate its responsibility -

___News of 'the proposal was first published in the Florida E SU- Is- Rt5 I come up for election in to guarantee that itse 1954
Star, and unfortunately, some citizens got the idea that the gEMMy HATE viot.ENE PEARS Ra their precincts on Tuesday, and 1955 decisions must be
proposal came from the Florida Star or its editor, Eris O. September 30. obeyed. To have ruled oth-
Simpson.We erwise would have crippledthe

want it to be clearly understood that the Florida Star This year's proved again effect of these decisionsin
nor its editor has never been one of the sponsors of the 1Tt-r that there are some ministers all schol integration cases
idea. The idea of incorporating the area into a municipalityhad who just cannot resist the insuring that American citi-
been mentioned to the editor on several occasions but it The WhIte Supremlst Challenge To Federal Government And The World temptation fo pick up some zens' constitutional right of

was not until Ernest D. Jackson informed .s that signs were side money. _.t __ : 1..._, equal treatment" will not be
being posted calling for an election of officers that any- Anorner practice that is: ue- denied.
thing was done in the matter, and what we did as our serv- ginning to draw widespread The ACLU observed with
ice to the community was to publish a story informing citi- criticism is that of having appreciation the effort being
zens in the area of what was being done. Your Weekly candidates for public office put forth by the Administration -

We have refrained, for several weeks, from expressingour appear in our churches. I to back up the high
Guide Churches are designed for the court's decision. Noting that
feeling about the proposal to incorporate the area so as Horoscope
to give residents in the area a chance to study and weigh purpose of worship and shouldbe Attorney General Rogers was
the matter for themselves. We merely pointed out that maintained for just that. assembling a corps of federal
there were many advantages in incorporating as well as WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR It seems sacrcligious to have: marshals and informing the

many disadvantages.The BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL the office seekers-many of Litlte Rock School Board of
whom are telling a pack of lies, the government's desire to assist -
time has now come, we feel-especially since scores their, I'
-use our churches as in implementation of the
of citizens have sought our advice-to express our views PABLO The ASTROLOGER
By political sounding board.It integration order, Malin said I
about the .
proposal.We is to be admitted that, this action should give heart
don't think it is practical-and here are some of the I I
churches provide the largest. to the school board that it will
reasons: Born March 21 ihru April 20 of Jupiter help you profit or SAGITTARIUSBorn
In the first place we do not have enough men and women With the Sun, Mercury, and acquire things you want on! Nov. 23 thru Dec.: 21 auditoriums as well as the I not be left alone to face the

capable of running a city who have the time to devote to Venus transiting your solar the 24th and 27th. Don't overlook the neces- places where the largest numbers '{j anger of pro-eegregationistse.

such a responsibility. Because of low revenue, it would be house, there will be splendid I I sity for attention to your of people are to be found' "Last :year, when the school
several years before the city would be able to pay i its mayora chances for gains and the LEO wardrobe and to the affairsof but that is not enough authorites made plans to ob-

decent salary on a full-time basis; and other city officials acquiring of things you have Born July 24 thru Aug. 23 pets or dependents, parti- justification for the practice.I serve the court order, the
would rave to be paid Httle or nothing which is the first wanted to buy. There is little This seems to be a period cularly during the first eight see a great need for a federal government failed to
step to corruption.A likelihood that this month when can uncover some of the month.
you days Keep up
l auditorium in the col- act in advance to assist these
municipality predominantly populated by Negroes we will pass without your realiz- valuable resources or talents, with work at this time, and large
have found becomes vulnerable to vice, in the form of gam- ing better financial condi-i and you may have a chanceto don't let yourself be drawntoo ored area where mass meetings plans. But this year the fed-
bling all-night liquor joints laxity in law enforcement and dealings eral government has clearly I
tions. Efforts to straightenout gain through joint -I deeply into the personal political rallies conventions
other forms of looseness because Negroes can be so easily the budget meet with! inheritances, or the business, or domestic troublesof I I and things of the like shown that it is prepared to

exploited. due to the lack of economic stability. success, and you could receivean generosity of others, particu others. You can now may be held. act in furtherance of the Supreme -
The idea of a separate municipality composed largely of important gift or two dur- iarly on the 27th or 30th. A achieve a long-held ambitionif '
Negroes sounds wonderful and could be a great accomplishment ing this forecast per i 0 d.I show of resourcefulness will you are willing to accept Civic pride should impel us i Court decision. The
if wanted the : to strive to secure an auditorium \school board should follow the
Negroes merely satisfaction of having Watch out, however, for bad work to your advantage in i increased demands upon your
"our own city." bargains and heavy expendi-'reaping possible benefits. The I time and strength. The month I of that kind in a city r government's lead."

It has. been pointed out that dwellers in the area standto tures near the 23rd and 25th. last week of the month is : ends on a note of improved I
derive benefits from a reduction in water and light rates 460775875467.TAURUS good for energetically bolstering resources, joint gains.
and fire protection from the city fire department, but steps I your alliances and: 320551853325. .
are already being made to remedy the fire protection situa- relationships. I Ii
tion bq way of grants to the volunteer fire units in the I 6-80-88-78-86-687. CAPRICORNBorn I Letters to U.S.MAI li
Born April 21 thru May 21 I
county and moreover, it is very: likely that the money we I Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
might save in reduced water rates will go into city property I Jupiter is a helpful influ- VIRGO
taxes and assessments.Thus cnce to your monetary affairs I Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 I This may be felt either
during the first week of Sep- through your father or i .the Editor.
we fail to see where we can gain, substantially, by From the 21st to the end of I mother, or own i .*
I your
tember indicating that opportunities {
setting up an incorporated municipality at this time. Thereare you the month, there are signs of
to become '
will be able to deal I parentor
so many other things that Negroes in the city of Jacksonville increased activity where
a foster parent. Time and
and Duval County need to do before taking the risk upon your exchequer that earnings are concerned. You '
tide bringing better
of jeopardizing the whole social and economic structure of wisely with any demands also have are you a
'eur Floradalellagnolia'community.. crop up at this time. Keep a strong impulseto organization of your social, Te the Editor, the Florida Star:
spend for mechanical gad-
activities, which may have
Negroes in Jacksonville need a YMCA building for our your guard up where ready gets. These same planetary teen somewhat curtailed in In view of various meetings held recently at our church,
cash and valuables ,
young boys to instill in them Christian principles and save are con- influences could stir up rivalry -I the last two or more years. the question has been raised regarding the interest of St.
cerned the 5th llth and
them from juvenile delinquency We need a bank where on and but
25th. You are fortunate in Take special note of new Paul Lutheran Church in the incorporation issue. Thechurch's
Negroes can bank their money, secure unbiased bank refer- with good aspects to them, people coming into your cir- i
ences and obtain loans and mortgages without being humiliated attempts to step up earningsor you will probably turn such I cle during the second and policy is as follows-: ,

and treated like boys and girls And we can do with the to acquire 20th and desired 30th. Hence ojects developments to your good. fourth weeks of this month. St. Paul Lutheran Church is attempting to serve the best f

our own auditorium where we can hold meetings And rallies on month, to end tshow of optimism and 5-50-22-49-21-552. interests of the Magnolia Gardeis-Floradale Communities by I
without having to use our churches for such events or hav- your seems pna generosity will bring bene-
note of profit and good serving as a center for the giving of free polio shots and
to lot of red
ing go through a tape to use city owned prem- fits. AQUARIUS
ises. fortune. 7-SO()--.44-48-42-752. other vaccinations; by providing its facilities as the polling
Finally, it seems a contradiction to be compaigning on I l-tC-33-38-31-14.. -Born Jan. 21 thru Feb. 19_ place for the new precinct, 42-A; by providing a meeting

one hand for full participator in American life and at the LIBRA Mars and the Sun bring place for tile recognized civic clubs: of the area, at their re-

same time considering separating ourselves in a separate GEMINI BoB Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 feme good aspects for you request, since no other centralized meeting place exists.
:Born May 22 thru June 21 where work, health. and af-
Be wary of demands on The church has entertained radides intends
no political nor -
city.Let's fairs of
Since the Sun will be in dependents are con-
remain of Greater Jacksonville and work cash possibility
a part to your any
to do It has connection whatever with the
so. no
cerned late in proposed
sign from the 23rd to September.
build YMCAS, banks, auditoriums, and so on and make our- your for loss or damage to pos-
selves socially, economically and politically stable so that we the end of the month, and sessions when the Moon is I I Push your employinent activities "new city." It has simply been a meeting-place for the

can command and obtain the rights of respect of full.fledged in good aspect to other planets square the Sun on the 6th I along lines that will community. Discussions at meetings not directly related to

citizens.Our on the 28th and 30th, and 19th, or opposition to it(bring recognition and accomplishment the activities of this chureh are neither approved nor op-

:you should find this a period on the 27th. Avoid letting,; on the 24th,I p 'sed by the congregation, its members, or pastor. The
26th 28th 29th. Good
oi personal enjoyment and i, and
emotions in
govern you church is not responsible for comments of individual mem-
progress, with a strong em- money matters. A show of( aspects of Mercury during
,phasis upon your' interests. enthusiasm and energy will the month, on the 29th and bers.

t The Full Moon of the 27this help advance your personal!30th, augur I well for good Any community group wishing to use the church facili-

quite important for dealings interests around the end of hews and benefits through ties must present a request in writing to the administrative '
with mate and the correspondence trade.
your month.
ethers. It could be a rather 210221321213.SCORPIO ences, nad communications. body of the congregation, the Voters' Asseml ty. No individual -

glamorous time, but watch 190558954195.PISCES is authorized to grant permission. j
eut for negative emotions, We trust that this makes our position clear.
very Each account is
sensitiveness in reactions. Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22
arcings ere com* By action of the aggregation
incur, *d up to
970666864476.CANCER Born Feb. 20 thru March 20
Bounded *5.xn.i .uUntII..1 ... Jupiter changes sign and
1 f $10.000 by the towards Good to this Rev. James Bouman, Pastor.
'aspects planet
Annually on Sayings J!.pIn ; moves a conjunctionof :
this Association Q'S Federal Sayings Neptune after the 7th. on-the 24th and 29th show a,
which is rig rrr and Loan Znsur Born Juno 22 thru July 23 With both planets in trine good chance for strengthening

chartered and MI* --__ once Corporation Saturn continues to have aspect to your Sun-Sign, this' alliances and for benefiting -
pcrrised by the L authorised by an on effect upon your personal? transit promises better con- through cooperative activities.
I U. S. Government ad oi Congress finances, but despite its de- ditiens and increased happiness Friends may also
pressing influence, it is help for you and loved ones play a very important role i KEt
ing yeu towards a more in the months ahead. Thereare in your life during late Sep-
balanced budget and l; thrifty openings for achieving tember, when, they show a r I
approach to the economic pet objectives and for realiz- willingness to help you
side of :your affairs. You ma37ha'.e ing greater freedom for self- achieve important hopes andwishes.
to meet some tests from expression around these This same part of the
this planet on the 23rd and dates. Show resourcefulness month encourages a rise in
:lath: so be prepared to do in efforts to tap this ray's profits from business and
l what is necessary to protect potential occupation.
I Ute exchequer. Good aspects 5-30-11-28-13-531. 6-30-33-29-32-833. --



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Week Ending Saturday. September 27 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Tkree

I I About PeopleShellie Wedding Applications Licenses for.Marriage Bells ;.: :---- =-. -MiJ

Duvall Alton Adams, Jr., 1156 W.
A. Robinson of 1142 t[DeBose of 754 West By
8th Street, 33 and Geneva -
Kings Road, left the city recently -'Street, left the city recentlyto Carter, age 4916 CampanellaDrive LOUISE G. GUINYARD
Washington, D. C.,I'I resume her studies at Florida 34.

to spend his vacation with his I A and M University. age ; ;
Mr. and Mrs. :
uncle and aunt, 1
C. Brown 1557 Madison -
John Gleen. Mr. Robinson is Miss Willie Cathern Collins, Levy ,
expected to visit friends in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Street, age 52 and susie,I The Queues, an affiliate of Theta Phi Chapter of
New York before returning to Collins of 1205 W. 12th L. Johnson, 2114 Venus Ct., I Omega Psi Phi Fraternity held its recent meeting on the

the ciy. He is the son of Mrs. Ii Street, left the city recentlyto Apartment C., age 33. rooftop patio of Mr. and Mrs. Lucious Porter Green. Edge-
I *
Ida Dixon. I enter Florida A and M University wood Avenue. Mrs. Bernice Henderson was hostess.
Wm. Douglas Barnes, 302 Mrs. Alma C. Daniels of the
j as a freshman. Vn rC president group, presidedover
:Mrs. M. L. Johnson, presi- Goodwin Street, age 22 and the business session.A .
dent of the East Florida and i R. BUNKLEY CLUB Patricia L. Simmons 822 social hour, climaxed by the serving of a delicious

Bethany Senior Women's OBSERVE BIRTHDAYThe Cleveland. Street. ,.age. 19. repast, concluded the meeting.
Convention attended the Na-I Quettes in attendance were. Mrs. Edna Adams Mrs.
tional Baptist Convention in R.Bunkley Club of Dis- Fletcher Waters, Jr., 3765 'I \ Clementine C. Banks. Mrs. Alma Daniels. Mrs. Helen

Detroit, Mich. She will visit! trict No. 15 of Second Baptist Carmichael Avenue, age 20 Grimes. Mrs. Doris J. Parsons. Mrs. Doris Scott. Mrs.

in Canada, Cleveland, Ohio I Church observed its 28th anniversary and Ezell Coleman, 2961 Be- Lillian Small. and Mrs. Barbara Walker.

and Atlanta, Ga., before returning in the auditorium of thel Court, age 20. r .
.. t i11" =: : S *
to the city. I the church.A '' .
program was presented Mallie Heywoard, 817 Ev- a M 'r. Mrs. Essie D. McCray left the city last

Mrs. Rosebud Williams, during the observance. Someof son Street, age 44 and Bessie ; > f J. .,,' week to attend a National Recreation Con-
Mrs. Marie Merrett, Mrs. Rosa the participants were: the Brown, Route 1, Box 283, age .:. ,'
'! : ference in Atlantic
New and
Hillman, Carrie Gordan, Rev. J. L. Hall, Mrs. Leona C. 53-: : N> .< City, Jersey
Mrs. Bessie Hill, Mrs. Leola Harris, Mrs. Beatrice Wilborn, New York City.
Coins, workers of the Senior Mrs. Juanita Whitt, W. R. Willie L. Cowart, 1076 Davis ;kji: :" : ''" .. .:) *

Women's Convention, attended Buckner, Samuel Jackson, Street, age 19 and BeverlyA. E.: McCRAY
the National Baptist Con- Mrs. Jonelle A. Wilson, Mrs. Gartrell, 705 W. Monroe, ,

vention in Detroit, Mich., re- Daisy Reaves, C. W. Shootes, Street, age. .17.. i : Mrs. Irene Durham Coleman, a former Jacksonville
cently. Nelson Grant, Jr., the Rev. A. r 1 citizen, now residing in Philadelphia, Pa., was in the city
J. Hughes, pastor of St. John Walter T. Holmes, 7457 recently visiting relatives.Mr. .

Mrs. Liba Mae McClain of Baptist Church, and others. Oriole Street, age 30 and! COUPLE UNITED Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howard and Mrs. Ben Durham, Jr., of 1131 West 30th

Philadelphia, Pa., left the city Annie M. Dicks, 7457 Oriole were united in an impressive ceremony. Sept. 18 in the Street, gave a lawn party for Mrs. Coleman that was well

recently after spending two IDEAL LITERARY Street, age. .39.. I Capital City. attended.
weeks in the city with her CLUB SPONSORS TEA Mrs. Howard is the daughter of Mrs. Thelma Hugginsof *

mother, :Mrs. Emma Watkins Lonnie Cuop, 1946 20th St., I' Tallahassee Fla. She is a freshman at the Florida Enjoying the party were. Mrs. Mable Townsend. Mrs.
and grandmother, Mrs. Lu-! The Ideal Literary Social age 21 and Betty Council, I A and M University. Kenneth Johnson Mrs. Dorothy D. Logan; Mr. Robert Watkins -
cinda Reed at 1362 W. 25th Saving Club will sponsor an 1963 West 20th Street, age 17. I Mr. Walter Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Durham; Mr. and Mrs. Benja-
Street. annual tea October 12 from 4 James J. Ingram, 1645 W.i Wayman Howard of Tallahassee. He is a Junior major min Powell; Mr. Edward Watson. Mrs. Margaret Summers.
to 6 p.m. in the home of Mrs. 14th Street, age 31 and Em-! ing in Political Science and a member of the ROTC. Willie Watson. Mrs. Margaret Summers. Willie Lucas Mr.

:Mrs. Coretta B. Williamsof Ethel Seldon, 1550 Harrison ma L. James, Route 3, Box Mrs. Howard is also the niece of Mrs. Julia Walker John Holt: Mr. and Mrs. John Parrott: Mrs. Ethel Durham:

Philadelphia, Pa., is visit- Street.A 352, Ocala, Florida, age 20. Brown of this city. A reception will be given honoring Mrs. Thelma Menendez; Mr. Edward Durham Miss Sarah
ing in the city as the guest of program has been arranged I the couple during the Christmas holidays. Mills; and Mr. Calvin Durham.
Mr. and Mrs. :Morris B. Johnson for the affair. Someof James I. Johnson, 1282 W. Mrs. Coleman was accompanied by her two children.
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1016 E. Union Street. the participants are: Mrs. 32nd Street, age 35 and Ma-I *

Mrs. Williams is a former resident Carrie Bell Henry, who will tilda E. Smith, 1503 W. 23rd i i CALVARY SINGERS All members were present, when the Les Fleurs met
of this city.; serve as mistress of ceremonies Street, age 31. CLUB NOTES I PRESENT RECITAL at The Lincoln Golf and Country Club last Saturday even-
C. Parham Johnson, guest ing. Mrs.
I i The Calvary Gospel Singers Ruby Dwight was the charming hostess.
Mrs. Eunice Denson of Daytona speaker; Mrs. Ethel Seldon, Arthur Toles, 817 Everson will be presented in a re- Prizes went to Mrs. Irma Villarin Mrs. Dorothy Dunlapand
Beach and aunt, Mrs. S. Wiggins, Mrs. Carretha Street, age 33 and Sophia ROSE OF SHARON CLUB cital September 28 in the Mrs. J. Wyatt. *
Marie Johnson of 1515 Ever- Williams, Mrs. Clarissa White Janes, 817 Everson Street, HAS 26th ANNIVERSARY First Samuel Baptist Churchat *

son Strdeet, spent the week and others. age 34. I The 26th anniversary of the 3 p.m. Miss Bernie Griffin and Mrs. Virginia Nettles visited
end with their mother and I Rose of Sharon Club of Dis-i' The program is being pre- Atlanta, Ga. recently as guest of Mr. and :Mrs. Edgar Grif-

sister, :Mrs. Annie Anfield of NEW STANTON PLANS Nathaniel Brooks, 1937 E. !. trict No. 6 of the Second sented in the interest of the fin. They are full of details concerning the delightful \

Keysville, Ga. FALL VARSITY SHOW Cooper, 1040 W. Union Street Baptist Church was observed building drive and is sponsored moments spent there. v
age 23. recently in the home of Mr.|: by Zannie French, Jim *
I A Variety Talent Show will and Mrs. Ralph Thomas.A .
Miss Gene E. Hopkins, be in the auditorium |Smith and Harold E. Peterson. Mrs. Margaret L. Williams launched the social season
presented Robert Demetry, 1575 W. program was presentedfor for the Hellenesians last
Saturday eW\ ng at the Lincoln
of Mrs. Elizabeth New Stanton Senior
6th Street, age 21 and De- the occasion. D. R. Taylor Golf and CountryClub..
High School September 29, I JANIE BAKER WILL
lores Young 722 Court C. delivered the address.
beginning at 8 { Schell, Olga Higginbotham, and
BEAUTY'S TELEVISIONAND Some of the participants to age SUSIE TOLBERT MOTHER:I Mr. and Lois Randall were special guests.

perform are: The Jaylarks, CLUB SPONSORS TEA .. Members present included Miss Bernice Griffin, Mrs.
Harry B. Jackson, 1517 W. I Mrs. Willie Baker, Sr., announce
the Impellers, Cha Cha Leona Bennett, Mrs. Geraldine Jones Mrs.
RADIO SERVICE Royal 3th I Evelyn Barnes,
24 and Ver- the oi
age The Mothers' Club of Susie[ engagement Mrs. Pearl Miller
Dancers, Famous Jokers, Es- I ; Mrs Leola Dudleg; Mrs. Claudia Jenkins,
dell L McGregor, 5829 their Janie Baker,
Holly- ,
Home Calls on all Makes rosauratani Dancers, the Del- Tolbert School sponsored alp Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, and Mrs Carolyn
hock Road, age 20. in the school auditorium."Get | to Charles Young, son of Mr
Used Radios from $5.00 Up tones, Johnson and Stewart and Mrs. Daniel Young oi Mrs. Schell qualified for the guest prize while club 3
We Finance Dancers, the Five Knights, Acquainted Tea" recent- prizes were awarded to Mrs. Miller Mrs.
Geo. Rutledge, 1418 Logan The Dads Club PT-A and I| White Plains, New York. Mrs. Jenkins and s
816 FLORIDA AVENUE Asa Tayolr, Henry Hodges,I. Street, age 20 and Ola F. citizens of the westside were' The bride-elect is a graduate s
ELGIN 6.8074 Sarah Washington and Bar- Newman, 3S10 Brick Road, invited to attend the affair. :[ of Florida A&M Univer- Miss Norma Ruth
Solomon and Mr. Alvin G. White ,
bara Jones and others. age i I i sity.Mr.. Young graduated have set the date for November.Miss .
Melvin L. Graham, 1703 W. PLAZA SEWING CIRCLETO .from White Plains High Solomon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert

12th Street, age 23 and EdnaL. HOLD MEETING :School, White Plains, New Solomon and a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.

VOTE! :Morgan, 5416 Dodge Road, __The Plaza Sewing and I I York. He has spen four Mr. White is the! son of Mr. and Mrs. George White

age 21.STANTO. Saving Circle meeting was. years in the Navy, and is now
held recently in the home'attending Florida A&M Uni-
VOTE FOR HARRY WESTBERRYHe NCLUB of Mrs. Sylveria Boles on' versity.
PLEDGES HOLDS MEETING Hiram Street with Mrs. Essie I'I The date of the wedding
Duval Grissett serving as cohostess.The I'I wedding Smha P cmf cmfe
reduced tolls on bridges for
County residents; continued improvement The Band Parents Club of next meeting will beheld i'I will be announced later. Mr. {
in our schools roads, New Stanton High School in the home of Mrs. :'Young is currently the num-

utilities industrial development held a meeting recently in the Lettie McQueen, 1414 Pow ber one fullback on the defending CHILDREN
and natural resources. LOUR
band room of the school. batten Street. I! national qhampion:
His RECORD I I football team, the A&M Rat-
Officers for the Our Most Precious
of accomplishment is your assur ROYAL TERRACE CLUB I I tiers.i I
ance that h. will keep his pledge. term are: airs. Eunice Rich- HOLDS MEETING
ardson :i MUSICAL RECITAL Possession!
president Rhueben
His SENIORITYassures ; The Royal Terrace Charity,
that you will be representedon I Padgett, vice president; Mrs. Club meeting was held re-, I
the House Committees. most j Ernestine Austin, secretary; cently in the home of Mrs. A musical recital will be I **************************
vital to Duval Coumy.Political
presented by the members of
Mrs. Eileen Tolbert, assistant W. Skinner. 1519 Myrtle Ave.'
the Missionary Mass meeting,
with Mrs Esther McGIll
secretary; Mrs. Josephine to the Union Progressive VOTEFORIUII.II
auxiliary -
president in I
-i-_ charge. _!
: aot Mears, financial secretary. h i Association, September -I
Mrs. Ruth Solomon, treas- A program was rendered 30 in the auditorium of

Y urer; Thornton Belcher, busi- with leading artists of the:Abyssinia Baptist Church.
city appearing. Some of the participants to, Charles W. Johnson Jr.
ness manager; Mrs. Beveiyn i
participate ix the event are:
Demps, public relations director ST. PAUL BOASTERS : Choir No. 2 of the Royal Tabernacle
; Alonzo King, chaplain; SPONSORS FASHION TEA Baptist Church, Mrs. SCHOOL BOARD DISTRICT 4

( Adv. paid for by Harry Westberry) and K. D. MsFarlin, band di- The Boosters Cl3b: of St. S. Frazier. Mrs. Sadie Bivins, (Paid Political Advertisement)
rector. Paul AME Church will spon Miss Climentine Allen, Miss
sor a "Fashion Tea" October I Anett Thomas Wynn, Mrs. -

I 3 in the auditorium of the Miltilda\ Hitt, Isabelle Ellis,,

T I church hu_ ?_-- _. ____Om __..Mrs.:: W. M. Page, Mrs. Ethel]l
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Bannister Mrs,.
THANKS FOR YOUR FINE SUPPORTIN The affair is being sponsored Davenport ,
F i in behalf of the Wo-:Yvonnie Quick. :Mrs.:\ Annie B.
THE FIRST PRIMARY mens Day program to beheld : Henry, Mrs.\ M. A. Kay, Mrs\
I October. October 26 In M. Gaston, Mrs. Mattie\ Gil-: LOW PRICESOn
PLEASE RETURN TO THE POLLS SEPT. 30th the autidorium of the church'liana and others.


ward I
BOUGHT OR SOLD GUARD IT CAREFULLY ;- Waters College September Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
29 of hair coloring and j $1,000 $!.OOO pooo .

tinting with Albert Cleroy as j $4.000 up to $; .OOO WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
GORDON A. DUNCAN Is An Experienced consultant.All Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
beauticians of the city

Lawyer Who Will Work For The Good Of. i''have been invited to attend. ,: your Let us house help or you refinance to complete 38 We DelIver We Also Fill All Doctors Prescription,

People In Duval County ''I O INGWORM-DAHRUFFSUFFERERS !, years in the- same CaU -place. Dixie Pharmacy

nouns,ECZEMA.' "ona.o..cnHU.SJmf 1302 KINGS KOAIT at MYRTLE AVENUE

Gordon/ A. Duncan Jre: 4 C roaD*SCALP:!.AK-ITORT IMITATIONS.. RELIEF FOLSULAN or THE. WILL SCALINGLNOTTCHB AT- :V Dar Simmons or Mr. Walsh PHONES EL 3-5597-98
Paid Political Advertisement I ---I EL &:3391
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Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR ., Week Ending Saturday. September 27. 1958

I AnmialWomen's Day Set At Simpson; Church I

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u? :__:.., .: '_ '. \d<) I !0': rve 'V.\is: en's !' ice Guild of Jacksonville has I ICIIL
Day ,i<..t; -rii; !,L _j,> L: :ougl: .> 'he day with outstanding artisli. 1-; :heduled a series of "Mock : CHURCHNEWS
of tire; city appearii on *he program. PINEAPPLE SIP C onfemeces," to be presented WOMEN'S DAYGAINESVILLE

!sir::. Selma T. liic:':'ara.;oi.vriffc :ancurrently. The first of the
(.,f Preident Horrv V. A pineapple sip will be ries will be staged in the I Annual

Richardson: of Gammon Theological I sponsored by the women ofi I :t. Moriah AME Church, on I Women's Day will be observed j .

Seminary, will be the i Bethany Baptist Church, Sun- '-eptember 28 at 8 p.m. I in the Mt. Carmel Baptist :RC HXOTES : 1"-: t.e: meeting.. Other
guest speaker for the morning iss day at 3 p.m. The Guild is constituted by Church September 28, begin- I WOMAN'S: COUNCIL }l.tlOirs have been invited to
worship and the closing > '.h A program has been ar- four leading churches of the ning with Sunday Schol a: SPONSORS ANNUAL TEA i I attend.
address will be delivered bv I ranged for the occasion, with city, they are: St. Paul AME 9:30 am. with Mrs. D. A. Du- I An annual tea will be sponsored -'
Mrs. Sallyc B. Mathis. dan .. the following participants ap- Church, Midway AME\ val serving as superintendent. by the Women's Chris- MRS. KATIE STRICKLERTO
of girls at Matthew. Gil- I pearing: United Gospel Chorus Church, Mt. Zion AME Teachers are: Mrs. Piiscilla I tian Council of the Church of APPEAR IN RECITAL
bert High School. r' I the Rev. E. L. Wilcox, Church and the Mt. Morias Vinson. Mrs. C. \V. Robinson, God in Christ 24th and Mon- Mrs. Katie Strickler will be
Others to participate on the ;Mrs. Ruby Manning, Mrs. Dora ADZE Church. Pastors of the Mrs. Janie Norton, Mjs. Bar-I i crief, September 28th at 3:30p. : presented in a musical recital
program are: Mrs. Lillian y4 ays Lee Swift, Mrs. Mable Cal- churches respectively, are the bara Higgins, Mrs. Carrie[I m. October 12 by the Matrons
Shannon, Mrs. Lattie Gilmert, houn, Miss Florence Nelson, Rev. R. J. Blaine, Rev. H. L. Henry Mrs. Edna Hart, Mrs. I A musical program will be Council of Day Spring Baptist -
Mrs. Dorothy Williams, Mrs.j j Mrs. Daisy Grier, II. Sim- Holmes, Rev. A. D. Harris Juliette 1IcCoyIrs.. Caroline I presented by the Green Pastures Church at 4 p.m. in the
Alice Johnson, Mrs. Lenora I mons, Heavenly Echoes Sing- and Rev. A. R. Richardson. Merrix, Mrs Cora P. Robin- Guild under the direc- auditorium of the church.
Smith, Mrs Ruth Timberlake, CT115.. Ruth Fedd, Mrs. Visiting bishops and moderators Eunice B. Carter and Miss 'I tion of Joseph Johnson. Mrs. Strickler is one of the

Mrs. Juanita \Vyatt, Miss I Minnie Whitfield, Mrs. Iris will participate in the son, Mrs. Renald Davis, Mrs. sopranos of Choir No. 1 and
Gwendolyn Johnson Miss Pa- II'' SIIILOH SENIOR CHOIRS will be featured in classics,
i Lee Jones; Mrs. Ruby Brown. Mock Conferences.ST. Inez Jackson.
dricia Mendez, Mrs. Mary .I TO CLOSE CONTEST'\ semi-classics and spiritual se
The Seven Seals James
Todd McKenzie, Mrs CyrusA. Morning worship will beginat I Senior Choirs No. 1 and No. lections.
Webb, Miss Mary Smith, Edward MARK CHURCH
11 a.m. with Mrs. A. H.
Weaver, Mrs. T. B. Me-' I. 2 of Shiloh Baptist Churchwil
Call Mrs. Beulas Hughes, Smith, W. Shephard and PLANS WOMEN'S DAY Howell, acting pastor, in observe their joint anni- UNITED ASSEMBLY
Mary McCray. Music charge. Mrs. Willie M. Dean
Mrs. Katie Strickler, lrs.l\la-, will furnished St. Mark Baptist Churchwill versary and musical September PLANS
I be by Miss I SOCIAL
will deliver the address for HOUR
Mrs. Alean Tar! Y I 29 in the auditorium of
rie Argrett, 1 observe Women's Day
her,. Mrs. Julia Burwell, Mrs. Dora Jean Bryant.GOSPEL Sunday with Mrs. Ella Mae II the service. the church at 8 p.m. A social hour will be sponsored -

Edna Thomas, Mrs. Inez As- L. Shannon, Miss W. M. An-I Neal serving as acting pastorfor BTU will convene at C p.m. All choirs, musical groups by the Unity Assemblyof
que, Mrs. Pauline. Johnson,, derson, Mrs. Eula Walker,I SINGERS the day.Sunday under the direction of Mrs: and friends have been invitedto Truth in the Brooks Com-
Mrs. Pearl Dorsey, Mrs. Hen Mrs. Theresa Aaron, Mrs. Rosa -3 School will begin at Jerusha Taylor, president. In- attend the affair. The con- munity House, 1420 Tyler St.

rietta Abney. Walker and others. :'TO GIVE HONOR 9:30 a.m. followed by morn- structors are Mrs. Esther test between the Rev. A. B. ,September 30 from 7:30 to
Mrs. Minnie Lee Brown Mrs Florrye M. Mixon is ing worship at 11 a.m. Ham, Mrs. Marq Newton, Coleman and wife, Mrs. Su- 9:30 p.m.
Mrs. Pauline Bright, Mrs. Al- the general chairman and the Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry, of Mrs. Lula Savage, Miss Carolyn sie Coleman, will terminate Mrs.: Th elm 1 a, program
berta Blackshear, Mrs. Sophie Rev. O. E. Burns is the host PROGRAM SUNDAYAn West Union Baptist Church Moore, and Miss B. D. during the celebration. The chairman has arranged a program

Starks, Mrs. Florida pastor. and Mrs. Laura Jackson will Frank. winner wil be crowned at the for the occasion.

Cave and the Westminster appreciation program is! be present wWes-p ye9sO r Mrs. Ollie Gary will be the end of the program. The general public have
Choir of Laura Street Pres- DR. J. C. SAMS will be guest speakers of the speaker for the evening serv- been invited to attend the
being given by .theViBing '
Church. I MRS. A. C. IIARTSFIELD social and bring guests.
byterian: Workers Spiritual Singers for observance. ice which will begin at 7:30 TO CLOSE ANNIVERSARYThe i
and leadersare I
Group captains their 1Irs.1.. L. o'clock p. m. 18th of
organist, anniversary
Mrs. Louise Thomas MISSIONARY BAND
Story, September 29 in the Agnes Hartsfieldas
Mrs. Edith Dowdel, Mrs. Beu- I
Royal Tabernacle Baptist I SETS WOMEN'S DAY ALLEN CHAPEL a gospel singer wil terminate -I SLATES RECITAL
lah Califf, Mrs Julia Bryant, I
SECOND BAPTISTBy A recital will be
Church at 8 September 28 in the Mt. presented
Mrs. Alma Mitchell, Mrs R. i p.m.A Payne Chapel ADZE Church I I'in
Morias Baptist Church, 1953 Ephesus Adventist
J program has been arranged will obsen'eVomen's .Day,
I George W. Morrissette ,i for the occasion with September 28 throughout the i SLATE WOMEN'SiDAY Ninth Street Church featuring Miss Roy-

MT. HORUMCHU In a special business ses- the following participants day with Mrs. Helen Bruceas A unique program has been lestine Jenkins, September

LESSIE The 92nd anniversary -!sion of Second Baptist'partici I)ating. They are: D. general chairman and Mrs. t FOR SUNDAYWomen's arranged for the occasion 28' at 7 p.m. by Missionary
M of Mt.- Horum Baptist Church, the Rev. Dr. James'''Payne, Mrs. Odessa Wiggins, Helen Mainor, co-chairman. I with the Rev. II. L.. Herod 'Band No. 7.I .
Carl Sams of the First Bap-{Melvin Grace CongregationalGospel Proceeds from the drive serving as master of ceremonies. -I Miss Jenkins is a recent
and the first of the ;
Day will be observed ,graduate of West
tist Church of this city accepted Virginia
( Chorus, Mrs. M. E. will be used for the building
W. Herring as pastor
G. I
Rev. I in the Allen Chapel Several State College where she
the call of churches will majored
as pastor -
29. Griffin, Mrs. Retha M. Lang, program of the church. Someof par-
September ,
will terminate, I 'AME :
Church, under in
the Second Baptist Church. Sunday ticipate in the celebration. elementary education
Mrs. M. Collins, Miss Alice the leading female artistsof j'
- will be in
Various churches I :
the direction of Mrs. Odell W. ''and minored in

music. She is
His was unanimously I
program Boston, Red Rose Singers, the city will participate in
charge of the services. accepted by the member- White, .general chairman and I MADONNA CHURCH UNIT 'a member of the Delta Sigma
Mrs. Carrie B. Larkin Gospel the annual observance,
address according TO
anniversary GIVE
ship audience of approximately Mrs. Jessie M. Jones, co-I TEA |Theta Sorority and other or-
will be given by the Rev. G. nine-hundred. I Echoes, Singing Trum- to the Rev. R. A. chairman. Mrs. Cassie An- A Musical Tea will be spon-I ganizations of the city.
M. Mizell. ipets I Mrs. Jessie M. Polk, King, pastor. drew will be the acting I scred by Choir No. 2 of I II
Dr. Sams succeeds the late Heavenly Fire Singers, and Mrs. Gussie Torrence will pas Greater Macedonia Baptist
Rev. King David Britt whop j I Mrs. Maggie Hines. be the guest speaker tor.Mrs. I Church, Sept. 28 from 4 to 6p.m. ANNUAL TEA SLATED
I A. B. Coleman will be BY USHER BOARDAn
tor d this historical
a s e I in the home of Miss M.
% HATE \L church for more than 28 years lohQ !e Ico'y Finger Pie-Quick and Easy the speaker for the morning Gantt. Annual Tea will be spon-
88 and was beloved by his in em- I I service and the program will The Sunday School Department -sored by Usher Board No. 1
I bership. i continue throughout the day I will observe its 54th of St. Paul ADZE Church on
Rev. Sams is president of : with leading artists of the anniversary at 8 in the September 28 from 4 to 6 p.m.
MMSE p.m.
i i the Progressive Baptist State I I city in charge. auditorium of the church. in the auditorium of the
Convention of Florida, Vice- Captains for the day are: church.

Granted The Southeastern chairman of the Board of Di- I e" F7"D Mrs. Daisy Brown, Mrs. Uni- FRIENDLY CHOIRS UNION Various boards of the city
,Telephone Co. without a' rectors of Florida Normal I tee Brown, Mrs. Odell White, STATES MONTHLY MEET have been invited to attend
j Vote for College, and First Vicepresident Mrs. Mary Times, Mrs. Mae The monthly meeting of the the event.
public hearing. I of the National Baptist I Washington, Mrs. Fannie: Friendly Choirs Union will be The board will observe its
your rights > I Convention of America. He i 4 Dunbar, Mrs. Rosa Gatson, held in the Mt. Bethel Bap- 4Gth anniversary, October 8.

ELECT J i has pastored the First Bap- e Mrs. Arline Tyner, Mrs. Ura tist Church, September 28. A program has been arrangedfor
i tist Church of this city for Lee Tooks, and Mrs. Antonia Mt. Olive Baptist Gospel the occasion with artistsof
I I II 25 years and is actively engaged I I : Washington. Chorus will be the serving the city appearing.

Jim I in civic and communitywork. I Mrs. Marlie Johnson, Mrs. !

?iLzerr :,axx jRosanell I Jackson, Mrs. FlosM -
;i iI He will, fill his pulpit on t I II sie Fields, Mrs. Luvenia '

BLANTON, The First Lord's Day in Oct- M'Squire I Mrs. Jessie Mobley, Would You Like To Be
ober throughout the day, i i Mrs.. Louise Mobley, Mrs. Ma-
i afterwhich he will leave for a i I try Sanders, Mrs. Roselee
I He will r 'w*,a iLz
Railroad & much needed rest. re- i' Preston. ANExecutive
sume active duties on the I 1 Mrs. Daisy Brown is the
Public UtilitiesCommissioner third Sunday in October.He I program committee chairman.
: leaves the Rev, J. L. I Lady Finger Crust enhances ambrosial filling. Secretary?
Hall, an associate minister of For the pie fanciers in your family try this new Pineapple
I Lady Finger Pie. Golden pineapple tidbits folded in whipped
Paid Political Adv. the church, to carry: on duringhis cream and a berry-flavored gelatin give this pie its ambrosial .
-- absence. I flavor The unusual crust consists of lady fingers arranged SLATES ANNIVERSARYChoir You Will Find Many Positions Awaiting
--- I Garnished to form with a a scalloped wreath edge.of halved strawberries pineapple No. 2 of the Zion For Private Secretaries

tidbits and whipped cream. Pineapple Lr.dy Finger Pie Is dramaticin Hope Baptist Church will ob-
appearance serve its anniversary, October
'I LADY FINGER PIE 13, at 8p.m. in the main audi- DAY CLASSES :-: EVENING CLASSES

J. P. YOUNG 1 package stranberry-Ila\ored 1 egg unite torium of the church. Isiah SMALL MONTHLY PAYMENTS
gelatin 2 tablespoons sugar Jones, president and Mrs.
1 cup hot water 1 Essie B. Grant, chairman of PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS
cuphippmg cream
1 No tidbits
COMMISSIONER ( 2) can pineapple
J FOR BUDGET 2 tablespoons lemon juice 2 packages lady fingers the program committee. WHILE YOU ATTEND SCHOOL

AT LARGE Dissolve gelatin in hot water. Drain syrup from'pineapple and Choir No. 2 of Day Spring Free Job Placement After
DISTRICT 1 add enough cold water to make 1U cups. Stir into gelatin along Baptist Church, under the direction Graduation
with lemon juice. Refrigerate until thick and syrupy but not of Sammie L. Davis
firm. Meanwhile arrange lady fingers in a 9-inch glass pie plateto
ELECT A MAN form a scalloped edge. Overlap them a little and fill in the and Chior No. 1 of Emanuel MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY!
bottom to make a solid shell. Beat egg white stiff and graduallybeat Baptist Church, under the di-
e33 -' Z: -:- With Business in sugar. With same beater whip cream until stiff. Fold rection of Cecil B. Fisher will
Experience drained pineapple tidbits egg white and cream into thickened be the serving choirs for the NAME DATE
OFEXPERIENCE gelatin. Save out a 'pineapple pieces for the top. Chill again ADDRESS PHONE
30 YEARS till it will mound and hold shape. Spoon into lady finger ..hellChill observance. Others to appearon
.: .. several hours, until firm. Whip rest of cream. Sweeter: the program are: Mrs. CITY STATE
: .. lightly and spoon onto center of pie. Dr'e with halved strawberries Laura Jackson, Mrs. Eliza
-:- In The Mortgage and rert of the pineapple.LILLY'S Rich Perry, Mrs. Elsie Thomas Please Send Me FREE Information
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Public Officials city to attend the celebration. Vocational & CommercialCollege

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Women's officers
Day and
; c guests who participated -
a ..n a r in the Musical Tea given in the ho me of Mr. and Mrs. Cass W. Shootes. Sept. I Tuesday through Thursday

21 in behalf of the Annual Women's Day celebration to be held in the Central the Roosevelt will play a
CME Church. October 12 are seen in the above photo left to
I right: Mrs. Myrtis demand engagement of the
Shooles. co-chairman; Mrs. Eliza Johnson. C. P. Johnson,
guest speaker; L. A. Lasler.
I Mrs. Julia B. Burwell, chairman; the Rev. O. R. Jackson, pastor;, and Mrs. Claree I technicolor sexation Brig-
Baker. Ute Bardot "GOD CRE-

_ __ MEDICAL AUXILIARY OFFICERS The above officers of the Woman's Auxiliary i I I ATED WOMAN.:.

of the National Medical Association took time out for Coke break during last I I

week's sessions at Milwaukee Wis. The ladies are, left to right, Mesdames E. C. CHURCH OF GOD PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR

Walden 1st vice president Baltimore; T. J. Collier president. Hot Springs; E. Ches- I II
ter Hedgeman president-elect. Detriot; T. J. Barnes. 2nd vice president. Laurel, I RENDERS PROGRAM Drawing and Painting

Miss.; H. B. Moore, recording secretary South Pittsburg. Term.; and A. A. Dalton. New Location
past president, Lima. Ohio. In the backgrcund are hostesses for Coca-Cola, Madeline I ST. AUGUSTINE-A Gos- TEMPLE BAltiiElK IIOP I

Beckley and Marlene Narcisse Milwaukee. The Coca-Cola Company. Atlanta, Ga.. pel train program will be pre- AMERICAN SCHOOL
maintained refreshment center throughout the NMA convention at the Schroeder I 1 tented in the Church of God CLEAN AND THOROUGHLY SANITARY THROUGHOUT I OF ART

Hotel, headquraters of the meetings. :|I in Christ, West King Street, WE SPECIALIZE IN -

S October 3, at 8 p.m. HAIRCUTTING AND I 1233 KING STREET
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\ I A program will be presented Four Tonsorial Artists To Serve You
MT. PLEASANT PRC I AUXILIARY BOARD t ,|' with the Rev. II. L. Herod II 50 Cents Per Hour
1 SETS ANNIVERSARY serving as master of cere- PHONE EV 4-7171
The PRC Club of Mt. Pleasant I
-I j If You Have A i monies. The Gospelettes of R. L. Denson Owner
Church observed !1 Veteran
Baptist Auxiliary Board No. 3 of I Approved
Jacksonville and the Suwanee
its fifth anniversary recently )St. Paul AME[ Church will ob-
in the auditorium of the j Juniors of Gainsville will appear -
church.A serve its 26th anniversary, j I the
j I program. -
September 28, in the home of CALL ELGIN 4-3176 '
unique was -! j R. L. Lambert istle
program presented LOOK!
the celebration i Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Williams Stop Listen!

under the during direction of Mrs., !,i 1419 West 22nd Street, i . j leader.
with A. in of I
Sheppard charge

Willie Daisy L.E.Lawrence.Harris and Mrs. I(!:devotional service. : ::';!'':;;';.;i,;..,;.;...... ..;:.......: .;...:::....; .,:...:...:.L.'.;; .!f -owre. Voters Of Duvul County!
A will be t
The choir of Bethel Methodist -,t I program presented -. o --=
Church, Dinsmore, and during the observance. 9 ,f1 ry
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Choir No. 2 of the Mt. Pleasant -(ii Some of the participants to t'v lt+? t \ ::1)wo ---== BE NOT DECEIVED ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 30th!I
i participate are: A. Rutland,
Church furnished the mu-1 j ou a dou!
I Freddie Williams, Miss Alta- ;J;'
sic.Various I :;-- WHO HAS PROVENTO
clubs and boards : mease Brown, Mrs. Mabel by Terrr Trainer:: Toni TalbotTo

were invited to attend. (,Taylor A. Hines, C. E. Law, ----- tI
| start a new adventure With motion sickness! and limitedjur BE
I Male Chorus of St. Paul, Mrs. YOUR FRIEND !
old is .. .
an car always 2zariou ; worries, from that point on,
MT. CALVARY UNITS I Eliza Glass, Mrs. Estella We found this out one fine to the possibilities of catchinga
Blaine, Mrs. Lucile Larry and morning zz:: fabulous fish. To us, the fish we caught
TO OBSERVE EVENTS others. looked like a sure candidate! fora At no time has JULIAN
I I r: It took only ten trophy and we're convinced ever tried to block your prog-
Family Day and Guest Day 4 I minutes Behind that this time the cameras lied. ress.
will be observed, September I UNITED SINGERS l- the wheel to tell Five inches, indeed! Well, at
28 in the Mt. Calvery Baptist -' -., us that Angela, least we can testify that it was At no time has he ever tried to belittle vote.
-9 our car, wasn't alive when we pulled it in. *
Church at 9:30 a.m. GROUP TO APPEAR going to makeit. The next
morning's brightsun At
Deaconess Boards No. 2 / t Y We managed awakened us to two realiza- no has he ever denied seeking your vote-both on the platform -

and 3 will sponsor a spiritualtea 'I ON PROGRAM SUNDAY ,,r $ to coax t:.:" to amechanicwnere tions we were muscle-bound am} at private meetings.At .
_. and the suit andO
Sunday from to 6 p.m. his "ihorrita" .. ?: "" I the sea had no time has he ever said
in the basement of the church. The United Singers Asso- turned out to be a three-hour l'.;) played havoc publicly tfoat lIe did not want your vote.
District No. 6 will observeits I ciation will meet in Mac- delay. It might: hive proven a t-'(Q '1 o 6:.. with our hair. He has not been ashamed to ask you publicly for your vote. His
October 5 in 28 to nerve-wrackirg experience but -v .-"!'.:.. :' But for this opponent has said publicly that he does not
anniversary, clenny, September ap- packed away aria not forgottenwas -cr emergencyve want your vote but in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. pear on program with the one of those "must-take- '("\ .-\ were prepared. the dark of the night has been attending private parties asking; you
James Williams at 4 p.m. Sons of Prayer Golden Jubi- along qui games," 'tic Tae ':" There would be for your vote.
Districts No. 10 will hold lee, Heavenly Echoes, Versi- Dough. It was the first time we m ( no precious va .
had ever played it, and it's just cation hours
its meeting Sunday in the, teers, Mrs. Laura Jackson like the TV show,with the same ---<.!.).- fretted way under If a candidate is ashamed to publicly acknowledge that he wants your

basement of the church at and others. I kind of automatic category selector dryers in hot beauty salons. vote then you ought to be ashamed to give it to him privately.
made in plastic. We
4 p.m. This was the time to use our
This program will be held thought it really &jod fun and "
cherished Marchand's
Annual Day Speaker-Mrs. recommend it highly: for build- lIAS BEEN YOUR FRIEND. TIlE RECORDS
i: in the St. James Baptist Rinse. Dark Brown for Terry's
Harry V. Richardson, wife of l ing up IQ's.Ve had answered !sSH HAS DONE AND ASSISTED IN
normally brown hair and Bronze DOING 'N
the president of Gammon !I Church the Rev. B. \V. Williams many of the 540 questions (some
for my red tresses which prematurely
when the mechanictold
correctly )
Theological Seminary, Atlanta is pastor. The general us Angela was okay and show a couple of white \

Ga., will be the speakerfor public have been invited to attend snorting to get going.It ones peeking through here and 1. JULIAN WARREN has worked In
the i in when started there. A fast simple supporting each of hi Fellow-County Commissioners -
morning worship the was noon we shampoo a in different improvements over the County.
observance of Women's Day. : program.Pink again along the new highwaythat rinse, and there we were, glam-
winds through Cue-navaca, orous again,those telltale tracesof 2. JULIAN WARREN has cooperated with the Chairman. In
-- ---- --- developing Moncrtef Park.
dips and riseshrout!n miles gray gone, and ready for an-
and miles of beautiful hills aIidvalle.s other day of new adventure. 3. JULIAN WARREN, In his District, has developed SWEETWATER PARK, and has ad-
I to make a sud?in sharp Does this all sound fabulous, ditional plans for this area.
I I turn to the breath-tak ng first -exciting' It's true we're hav- ... JULIAN
view of the sea ing a wonderful time. But how assisted in putting: BASEBALL DIAMOND AND BASKETBALL
and r we miss those letters from home COURTS AT TilE PABENTAL IIOM ES.

Room=- We ',._ ; how we look forward to 5. JULIAN 11'ARREN' has
assisted! In the
; receiving mail although development of the PARK IN TilE MANDARIN
by putting: In the and
.AcapUlCO.I pump fencing: land.
scene .:\ sometimes, we wistfully wish
us,and 1 that some of our friends would Go' JULIAN WARREN has ASSISTED IN PLACING TRAFFIC LIGHTS
Presents 1,1 ::. get a "How to Write Legibly" SIGNS L\, SCHOOL AREAs. AND SAFETY
__I' I anticipation, we t 11... booklet from the Handwriting
I drove down into i Foundation. But, scrawls or no 7. JULIAN WARREN has In TilE PAST 4 YEARS SPONSORED TIlE PAVING OF
truly international --=..::!;r of our friends
fame.Although. will adopt the f1" JULIAN WARREN IS THE MAN WHO HAS BEEN TRIED
TEDDY DOUGLAS ; our fishing experi- motto of the I
I ence had been limited to pointing 21st National t JULIAN WARREN
a finger at a lobster in a fish Letter Writing IS TIlE MAN WITH A PROGRAM
formerly of 'I' store, deep-sea fishing lured us. Week (we think k I
Connie's Bar, New York + Thoroughly warned, however, it's set for the .._\.1' I I JULIAN WARREN IS THE MAN WHO OPENLY APPRECIATES
about the way an apparently first week in : I YOUR VOTE
tranquil ocean cculd suddenly October) which I
start a rock-an<3-roll contest says. "Write JULIAN
a a Y with any boat, we rushed to Today to Those Away" And t LVARREN! IS TIlE JIAXVITH TIlE WELCOME MAT IN
take Bonacette: that HIS OFFICE
Entertainment NightlyDININGDANCING i amazing we promise you'll be hearing
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Page Six THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. September 27 1958

I MOBILE LIBRARY I Sharpshooter ... Ili' Ed C ,

_ Mrs. Marjorie Broward, 8UMPS SHA INEis

FOR MAN SHOT 1 i I bookmobile the librarian schedules, has for the announced ON cJ:Xl1ffi> 11\101 MAGI deby"tire,

- INARBRAWLThomas! I;Jacksonville bookmobile.The Public. Library'snew TRIO SLAYING e SHAVING I
: /People"
Thursday schedule is :
George, 29, 822 W. planned for October 2, October -i, :MONTICELLO Aaron
Union Street was seriously 16 and October 20. The Arnold, 51, who fled to Geor- \I W1rn0 Ut RAZOR /
wounded last Saturday night'mobile library will be at 8th I. ga for police protection was iIlk { REM OVES BEARD SANY t0Pero USE.
Street and Avenue returned to Florida to be PIER
when he was shot in the Myrtle VAST, EASY scent. -
abdomen in a bar at 756 from !9:30) ajn. until 11:30: questioned about the triple r ry umed with a monly .,E.itorrs. .
Davis Street. i i a.m. In the afternoon the mobile : murder discovered in an air- Ir tot
drug yl
Witnesses told investigating library will be at San Die- conditioned farmhouse near I aldas'b 1 ie your lo arity, ,b h
officers that Wallace'go Road, near the Douglas!here. =Y olm'ssui'P rto
( s
Jones, 32, of 1550 Davis St.Anderson School from 2:30: I Arnold is under indictment k r/S SMD SHpvlxc pWDER CO.OX i
and Willie Mae: Wilson were p.m. to 4:30 p.m. (on liquor charges. 'THE SAVAP
in the Reyno Bar when! Wednesday schedules are j Victims of .a ruthless gun- GOUs _/ 016 Sal'otORGlAt.
George came in and spoke to planned for September 24, man were Billie C. Chandler, OFTEN I/i; I.i I.
Willie Mae. They said Jones October 8 and October 22. The|S3; his wife, Dolly B. Chandler i
asked him why he was speak-,,r library will be at Florida Ave-; 37; and Virgil Halpin,
ing to Willie Mae, and nue and Third Street from 3 135 t identified as her brother.
George answered him, saying,!!to 4 p.m. and at Florida Avenue -I Their bodies were found Y
he was just speaking and' and Union Street from, sprawled about the living r .
meant no harm. : 4:10 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. room of their home seven .;
i I .
Without further argument,' Adults, young people and I miles south of here at dusk \ii '
witnesses said, Jones shot I|chilrdren have been invited to.I Monday.The \
George one time in the ab use the unit when it is in their three victims were ,
domen. The wounded man I neighborhood. shot down by .38 slugs andas
was taken to Duval Medical i they lay dead or dying, WANTS SUGAR RAY Ralph 'Tiger" Jones re- I > 2'f
Center in a private car where i I I they were shot in the heads cent victor over Mickey Crawford of Saginaw Mich.. I
he was treated by Dr. R. W.! Police found the pistol with i with a .22 caliber weapon. has expressed a strong desire to meet Sugar Ray I.z .
Shane. George was said to be one empty shell and six live At least 11 shots were fired, Robinson again, io prove io the world that his victoryover eV
in a critical condition.I I I II[ ones. The gun was turned I and the walls were scarred Robinson in 1955 was no fluke. The 'Tiger" shownin
Jones was arrested in the i over to Sgt. O. A. Johnsonby I iwith bullet holes. The men ihe picture in his fighting style challenged Robinson
400 block of Lee Street. Patrolman G. Bradley. I were shot three times each because he says he can whip the middleweight champ.
Jones says if He can't get Robinson he will settle for
,-- any of the lop ranking middleweight contenders and : a.. .
especially Carmen Basilio. The "Tiger" thinks he is
: '
I ready for anybody in the middleweight division. ;

If You're Not Driving Take An EBONY CAB To -- r+
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and the woman five times. 1 i MAN IS ARRESTEDFOR
It was said by the investi-,
InI gator that 90 to 1 the victims]I I SHOPLIFTINGJimmie i! .
killed because of moon-
were i :
Lee Clark, 28, 632
shine. In a closet off from!I,
I I the living room were 19 five-i W. Duval Street, was arrested II i
gallon jugs of the type commonly -;:last Monday after being
apprehended -
-See Be utf; / i used to transport I II : by B. K. Fields, *
I I moonshine. !l
- Cohen Brothers' store detec-
Sheriff J. B. Thomas said
t tive who saw him take a Ali
the Chandlers tried unsuc-
RmSAUL T ) cessfully to set up a moon-I!Bob Evans uniform from the Invites You To Listen To -
IIII HGUTSy I shine operation in Madison counter.
County before coming here. Clark was arrested and "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
I Aaron Arnold will face I
trial October 2 federal i charged with petit larceny
L on a 1
Jax's Most Exclusive Sub-Division moonshine charge, said he I and shoplifhting. -
ran without reporting the I Patrolmen Paul H. Short 1400 wRH"c-gbi400
because he and J. D. McCormick investi- -
triple slaying was
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III : The'Florida' A & M Rattlers Prepare For 1958 Opener I

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4t. Coach Gaither Is Busy Filling 1.I ; f >:\i1LtJ: Lions Prepare ForI COMMUNITY 3ROUP HOLDS THEATRE MEET

Vacancies left By Graduation i iI : The newly organized Community

I I SPORTS CORNER i Opening Game i i Theatre Group held
TALLAHASSEE Coach Jake Gaither, head coach at I its first meeting recently in
: Florida A & M: University is not singing the blues .and he I : the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA -

is not crying on anybody's shoulder: because of heavy losses .. I 8th and Calhound Streets
from the Rattler squad, a thing that happens to all coaches I By C. Parham Johnson I The Florida Normal Lions [ ,J September 27, South Carolina I All interested persons have
_ bit instead he is looking forward in a hopeful manner of I' I II' :are going about their daily j, ; Area Trade School at'been invited to attend the
__ fielding a team that will be able to defend his national I' FRANK HERRERA. the hard slugging ,first basemanof grind toward preparedness ]home; October 11, Savannah meetings.i .
championship. the Miami Marlins has been called up by the Philadelphia for the 1958 schedule with I.. i further information
Y. There has been some major I Phillies. Frank was given a brief stay at third base some lettermen returning and I''State College, there; October:] the organization
problems facing Coach Gai- der and Frank Merchant can o recently. but he was there long enough to get four hits some newcomers who are\ '18, Claflin College at home; I I i contact C. P. Johnson at the
ther and one of the main be replaced. There is a bit off major league pitching. They say however if Herrera looking mighty good during' 'October 25, :Morris College,! Florida Star Office; Uriah
: worries has been the tackle of contentment however in| shows lie can hit big league pitching, the Phillies will practice sessions. ,1 i 'i at home; November 1, Edward I i Portee, Miss Margaret Dick-
positions. Hard work and con probably! find a__place_ _for him in the lineup. The Lions who finished ,1 Waters College (Classic enson, 1002 W. 31st Street;
stant planning must be done having eon Collier return. He EDDIE MACHEN, ), there November 8 Al-i'I
I heavyweight second in the S.E.A.C. last : ; |:Mrs.: Mercedes Hill, 1550 Harrison -
.. before men like Riley Mor- is the only letterman to re-i challenger for Floyd I j of A&M. Wild Bill has beena season have been concentra-J j bany State College at home;I i or Hugh Wilson, 214

.., ris, James Hill, Vernon Wil- turn from the last year's i I Patterson's crown was the star performer for the I ting on offense and defense, November' 15, Paine College!1 I i Stuart Street.
squad at tackle. knockout victim of Ingemar I Steelers. i to meet the strong competition -.! there, and on November 22,I The success of the dramatic
Coach!: Gaither is going I Johansson, European champ I WILLIE GALIM ORE, Fla.,( that they will meet in I II Voorhees College, there. I I. wing of the Community
I im the first round. The big A & M Rattler j I conference competition. Sixteen !
about his daily tasks in immortal has Theatre will depend upon
i t i i
fist of Johansson landed
'-:. moulding the caliber of team I right proved to the football world! lettermen returned !' whether a dance wing will be
that has represented the university solidly' and out went Machen. I that his feats in football have with three being all-confe I' eventually added to the group
I through the years.I said is big. been no flukes. He continuesto rence selections.The according to the members of

The ends seem to be shapingup j I j strong hand.and young He said with he a good.'I shine very brilliantly in Quarterback slot has :, .STAR. the group.ELECT. .
.' .e satisfactorily. Horace I right wanted -I the backfield for the Chicago caused Coach Lloyd Howell !
HE-ELECT Small, Jerry Cardoza and| to fight him again. Bears. In one exhibition '.much concern, but quite ai i i
ff William Lee are back and TOM (Hurricane) JACKSON -I' game this year. Galimore'I bit ef relief was brought .
... seems to be headed for a I is back at it again. He romped for four touchdowns. when Rozier Collier and Har- .:
f a JERRY w. good year. Out of the re-I was ruled medically unfit in| Throughout!: the regular season -"dy Smith displayed such performances ,,. sa t\ JOSEPH G.
serves and new men he hopesto I two states In the U.S. for j last year the Bears didn't : as they have at I '-fftch": ', '
develope some ends that I ring competition. but he re- 'i,play many games that Gali i! quarterback. At present;, KennellylLCounty
CARTERMember will be able to take care of cently pounded out a unani- more didn't hit pay dirt. |Coach Howell has not selected -;, : \Ar
the situation. mous 10-round decision over I SAD SAM JONES the, his starting field general.!:, t ,

Willie Taylor, the man pro unranked Johnny Vick in a!I strikeout artist of the St.I i I Coaches Howell and Cox! '. ; ......- ...., '.I Commissioner
heavyweight bout in Sherbrooke '
football scouts have been -I Louis Cardinals has gone beyond I are working hard to have the t ::*: '" DISTRICT NO. 4
Quo. The Hurricane "
tabbing will be back at cen- I team in tip-top shape whenit '
Florida Railroad :
At Large
had been barred by the New the old strikeout record I t ,i., Duval County -
ter. He has been the key meets the South Carolina ;
.'. and Public Utilities man in that position for three I York and California Athletic 1 set by Dizzy Dean in 1933 i Area Trade School of Den-; I PLATFORM, : Street lights in theM
years. The center post is all Commissions after taking a1 when he whiffed 199. The last'':mark, South Carolina in St.! I' suburbs, adequate streets and
1 Commission i i sound lashing from Floyd: pitcher to go beyond the;i Augustine, September 27. Al-, I : v.;, drains by developers. playground
I set.The backfield looks very:! Patterson and contender Ed-i 2600 mark was Johnny Van-, vaughn Jenkins and Elijah ,., ( supervision not a slush fund,

X good and from the way it I die Machen. dermeer in 1941 whn he fan-;.Hatchett, Seniors, who hail) i >.' : !: fire hydrants in water franchises.
appears from here, it will be''I THE BODY OF GEORGE ned 202. Jones has a total of.from West Palm Beach have I{ 5 ,,:.,;; : better garbage collection and
24 YEARS ready to take on Benedict in STIRNWEISS was found in 201 in 221 innings in 30 : been chosen as captain and! .v. "': ;:: ; better bus service in the county.
Tallahassee, Saturday, Oct. 4.i| the watery grave several' games. He stands a chance, co-captain. 't'k ifj' : A FIGHTER
EXPERIENCEhas Should Lawrence Williams i hours after the New Jersey I lof beating Vandermeer's rec-i, The Lions 1958 schedule- FOR THE COMMON GOODPALMS
return from the Army. he{Central commuter train went I I lord He says his oal is 267 I II
siren you, the peopleof will share honors with veter- !into Newark Bay through an I which he hopes to accomplishhis I
Florida ans Lee Royster. Sammy!! open liftbridge. Stirnweiss goal is 267 which he Joyce Sparks
rFAIR I the American Hopes to accomplish. Not this
Moss, Ted Richardson and was League'sbatting
and Telephonerates. Benny With Stokes.the men returningand New York champion Yankees with in 1945 the,! year however. _1 _I I Panthers To I! :

sew men coming in the with an average of .309. He I Your I NOW OPEN! I
A savings of over 97 million Rattlers will not be the worst. appeared with the Yankees i First Victory I
dollars in rates to the team in the SIAC in 1958. It. in the 1943. 1947 and 1949 i I
people of Florida. is quite difficult to build a World Series. Many of the LuckyNumbers II I Oliver Joyce. the highly' ,

..... championship team from year old Yankee fans remember I rated quarterback of the I'I'I I I II II
to year. but somehow Gaither George Stirnweiss. :(Matthew W. Gilbert High
FOR SINCERE, has been able along with his When VIC POWER, of the I School Fighting Panthers I Ii I
PROGRESSIVE assistants to do just that. I I Cleveland Indians stole home I i i lived up to an early season I
I-QHreettt: m xap) I twice in one game he pulledone 'prediction in the game against -: II
REPRESENTATIONRETURN : of the most electrifying Lucky Days, Lucky Colors i their early season op-j
: feats known to baseball Power BY ASTROLOGY I ponents, Campbell Street I
I : High of Daytona Beach. I
( the tan player who was In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE I ,0
JERRY W. turned down by the New GUIDE In running the team toward :
of York Yankees because he I ,. a fast start in whip-1! .
_ CAR.TERSeptember couldn't run and wouldn't: Seed ;2.00 for your Horoscope ;| ing the opponents 7-6, Joyce':'' I OF JACKSONVILLE
j Guide with lucky numbers 'proved that
hustle, pulled a stunt that good generalship
has I never been done in the II, lucky days lucky colors. I[. very often means snatching I: 1 (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)
30 American Enclose a stamped envelope. j ji i{.victory out of defeat. ':I I I
I j I League at all, and i I
only twice in the National >! Sharing honors with Joyce'I
Political!adv for I
( paid
George Hunter. to i,League. The last time it was -0-' were: Willie Hayward, Bobby !
State Campaign Treasurer) done was back in 1911. The 1 Newsome, and John Amos. '! I DANCING NIGHTLY I

The great Ty Cobb never did FID In and Mail.to: From the opening whistle the j I I
it. Panthers started eff )like they,

BIG WILLIE McCLUNG.the ZODIAC were determined to win. The' I
i running of Amos and '
260 pound tackle from ON STAGE ATTRACTION
P. O. Box 732Jacksonville wood, the
Florida A&M University. 1, Joyce and the defensive HaY-I'
DO YOU KNOW. who has been with, the Pitts- Fla o t Donald Dixon

'burgh Steelers from the be- Name ....................... Sutton, Cicero Bell, and Arthur ,BOBBY (BLUE) BLAND
ginning of his professional
e Drinks never taste thin football career until recentlywill ADDRESS .................. that the Greene Fighting served Panthers notice

be wearing Cleveland City State .................. .will be in the thickest of the With -

- with GORDON'S Gin? Brown the Browns paraphanalia with when the Birthday .................... I fight for conference honors
Detroit Lions Sunday Sept. month & day tliis season. WITH JUNIOR PARKER
The spirit of the entire
.29. Since leaving the .
campus I team i !
brought much encou-
Another good rem ragement to the coaches who I, ADMISSION_75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY
have striven very hard from SOc Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Holidays
-wig why GORDON'Sis FOOTBALL!!! the opening practices to iroa
out all the kihks in the de-
M Amerial'sbestseling fense and offense. It is a litJle SPECIAL
THIRD ANNUALFlorida to early in the season for. I
gill Coach Earl Kitchings and his SUNDAY 4:00 TO 7:00 P.M. I

I IHOW. ClassicTHE assistants to give a real true I r
picture of what the team will
r ) be like as the going gets TEENAGE MATINEEADMISSION
BETHUNE-COOKMAN "WILDCATS"Vs. harder. Coach Kitchings ispcedcting I

J } no miracles for the 50c r

THE FLORIDA A&M "RATTLERS"In 958 Fighting Panthars. I

i w 37-58-63
I ): OM Sall b THAN, FEATURING THE 958 -44 298Watch 1 1I 1


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.Mt.....M.A.N.b..a. q..ttfMN. t ... 1 BOX SEAl RESERVED SECTION- END ZONE 4.s 9 FAYEADAMS
rl \ $3.50 $150 $1.50 I II
," -1 L RANDY rOOZT> Mail orders for tickets will be accepted after Oct. 11 13-25-35 i 1j
) I by Paul Hyde, Business Manager, $ethnneCoolrnanCollege I
i-.. 4/5 Daytona Beach, Florida; H. R. Partridge, I 115 07 885 DANNY CARMICHAEL tI

4' Business Manager, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee I Sometime I I I and his Rock &:; Rollers
Sometime be's down
Tickets on sale after October 11 at the following Jacksonville add, subtracts I

; 'I locations: Hollywood Musei Store, 605 W Bo work It aD around 'iii'iiiBe
1 Ashley; Cohen Brothers, Sfc- James Boulevard; Harry Coming Attractions
=::.::::::=J-'' Finklestein Company, 633 W. Bay; and Tourist Bureau, II I VISIT$ THE PALMS DINING ROOM J.J J.
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: THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. September 27. 1958 r }
< Page Eight

,2 Neat appearing menNo 1 1k #

l\\ Judqe J Refuses To Rule On Faubus' Plan I'Warren Rates ReelectionOn selling car-Excellent with return or without for sober a k i r

",II ld
i{I 3; ', A federal judge handed from the Southern governors I their use. Even if' schoolsare Record Of ProgressMuch postcard* industrious_wilh name men. and Mail

: down two decisions Thursday conference in Lexington, Kr., leased to a private corpor- 5623.
Phone number to, Box
,said the action "now ation, the law is well settled
,- in the little Rock school con- paves
He has legisla- Jacksonville Florida.
I troversy. :the way for the school board and we have no doubt we -
?'., Federal District Judge John I to lease the schools and if could get qualified Negroes in! of the support that tion to provide County appropriations
;: R Miller, sitting at Fort the people of Little Rock vote them." Commissioner Julian T. Warren for Edward Waters YOUNG WOMAN

-' Smith, Ark., ruled as follows: against integration Saturday, Meanwhile, President Eis- is winning in his campaign College, the Brewster Nurses WORK AT HOME *
1. He said he has no authority the' schools can be opened im- enhower said the closing of I for re-election to his training School, the Clara Pleasant Work. Making Phone t':
post in District 4 is due to Calls. Good Earnings. Call PO
to advise the Little Rock mediately. schools to avoid integration I White Mission and the Boys
I school board as to whether it Faubus referred to a spe- caB have disastrous conse-I the nize fact that that he has citizens done a recog-good and Girls Parental Homes. 4-6782. Sunday Only. *
can ]legaly lease the buildings cial referendum Saturday
;1 quencesto the students and I his five in
, and facilities of the schools to when the people of Little eventually to the nation. -I job during years INVISIBLE REWEAVtNG
f- office. -
a corporation for use as private Rock vote on whether they k
citizens -
!' institutions. / want integrated schools or Letter to VirginianIn Thousands of Do not discard that fine suit ox 1
I-' 2. He dismissed a petition a letter to the chairmanof of both races and vari- dress because f a damaging hole.

I If.1 F by the National Assn. for the fJILWiley Branton NAACP at- a Virginia Committee to ous denominational ties agree Bring It To- iWed6Zo&4a r
Advancement of Colored People Keep Public Schools Open, that Julian Warm has worked -
torney, said: "We may takean A. V. DAVIS
If': asking him to enjoin the apeal from Judge Miller's the President said he regretsthe constantly for progress in i ii
the community and has never 1633 W. 10th St. EL 4-2455
and Ar-
I; school board from leasing the ruling. You cannot put pub- action of Virginia .
done anything to hinder ad-
I schools. lic facilities to private use and kansas in closing schools .
, Gov. Faubus, returning then discriminate against "that are subject to integration -vancement.
I has assisted in
orders of the federal Warren :

I ; courts." placing traffic lights and Will Care For Children Dur- 7E -
signs in shcools and as well A tip of the Pepsi Cup
i "The direct consequences to lent his support to providing ing The Day. Call EL 4.1204STRA'JD.SUN..SAT. to these outstanding
! r the children in those schools baseball diamond and basketball Americans, wile
l1v young
and the eventual consequences courts at the parental make our country and ;
to our nation could be disastrous homes. a
r our community a better
Y ," he said During his term of office .
place.In which to live.
p :Miler's action a t For he has sponsored the pavingof k. 4

Smith, Ark., came in the face many: roads in our sectionof I "KINGS GO FORTH"Frank * $
o "memorandum -of law"filed the county and worked dil t
l a tI Sinatra-Tony Curtis
in the of I
igently development
Washington by Aty.Gen. ; tI 2 White Men in Love
William Rogers which :Moncrief Park. I There are many who will
With a Girl Whose
called the plan illegal and a attest that Julian Warren has
PRESS your "heir with "sham." WOMAN IS CHARGEDA proven himself to be a true Father Was A Negro

ebonaire young woman was arrested and loyal friend to all the plus"FEMALE -
GreaaeluaCREME As a "friend of the court," last Monday in the, people and therefore regard ANIMAL" \

P&ESSthen. Rogers asked Miller to instruct Outlet Store, 8 N. Main St.,, him ss the best man for Com- Starring Hedy Lamar
r the school board that and held on a larceny and missioner in Districc 4. ALSO AT MIDNITE 1
the proposed lease would violate shoplifting charge after she SHOW TONITE *
.. court orders. It was evident drss
'. was seen rolling up a ---------- ---- -- \ *
that Rogers was voicing and hanger and dropping i it t HELP WANTED! COMING NEXT SAT. :. *

CU& r wr .lwr wD s administration opposition to in a paper.bag. MAIDS COOKSIIOUSEWORKEIIS MIDNIGHT OCT. 4th \ \ *
ebonaireCUKE the private school plan wher- Mrs Mbllie\ Burton, clerkat
"Fiend Who Walked
r ever it might be planned.REFRIGERATORS the Outlet,reported to the *
'.. store manager about the paper
Needed at once for Douglas Anderson Junior- w
bag arid he called the police steady positions HUGH O'BRIAN Senior High School

S I & who came and arrested with private families... plus "DESERT HELL" I Albert is a member of they

Theresa Louise :Mull, 804 age 21 to 45 only you will llth grade class, where he*
I AIR CONDITIONERS :Minnie Street. Police reported live-in on the premises with Sun. Mon.
ROOSEVELT serves as chaplain. He is a-
-. I SERVICED & REPAIRED finding a two-piece aqua roar own room, meals and all Sept. 23.29 member of the Varsity A
-' S. I : 'and white maternity dress,, privileges salary to startup "Northwest Mounted"also Club, Basketball team and Tan

I PO 4.0127 priced at $5.99 in :Miss :Mull' to$200 per month... trans. "JINX MONEY"TUES. honor student. He plans "

possession. port<&:'; n to New York is advanced WED. THURS. to major in Physical Edu-*"
Patrolman J. E. Regan in ar.u a hood job ;;uaran- BRIGITTE BARDOT cation. '4kPflr -
<< : vestigated and made the ar teed. Write to Florida Domestic "God Created Woman"
rest. Supply, Box 323, Lakeland *
Fla. or phon Mutual 19131.
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South's Finest: CollegeFLORIDA .1, l'A '.k.asua 1r&Wdct.LST
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4 School
i: Tribute is paid to Martha -
COLLEGE BRANCH L of the llth grade class.
i J She is Vice President of her

I; JOE 630 Davis St. at Beaver ? homeroom> President of the
ALe m 4 ,
i iI -
,:. t tutno s +r N.H.A., a member of the

Phone: EL 5.9874 )t Mt. Ararat Baptist Church
I i where she serves in the
I statement by JOE BALDWIN Junior Choir and a member

1 J of the National Honor So-

PROVES RIPLEY LIES .*. ciety.* ;:;'+ **

;, > .d'", [4-4
Robert R. Roberts ,': : i

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Read this signed statement by JOE BALDWINI "';( iC.

: aa Joe Baldwin and I an the man who was shot on tIThe Proven Friend To Our People"As

Roosevelt Boulevard while driving a hearse on February A, Member Of The Budget Committee '-,, .";.J',#.. ,L

10, 1957. During this political campaign that is going _N' ; g
r : '

on now for State Senator, there has been a lot of talk HE HELPED IN i GLORIA
New Stanton "J'i i

, .about ,me and About nSr case and the way it was handled 4 Pepsi High- Cola

O Placing Edward Waters College in the city budget for $25,000 annualy. Pepsi-Cola
by Mr. Mahon. All of this talk was doneW1t.hout anybody
'i.:;. Placing Clara White Mission\ in city budget through the old folks home pany are proud to salute iC
Gloria Cooper, of the 11th JC
K asking me or 'talk1ns'to about the '
ne real
truth. I do and nursery school for $7,500.
grade class. She is a member -V

l'\. \: not like: being made a part of a political campaign, but Buying and building 26th Street and Moncrief Road playground and of America of the ,Future StantoMusiCho Nurses-J

r BO that everybody can know the truth, I want to say that, community center. a member of the ],11.1fr

r e Buying additional lots on Hurst Street to enlarge 13th Street and Grim- Vernon Baptist Church and K
I know, that Mr. Mahon did the best Job that could be done. thai Playgrounds. an honor student. -$(

I, Joe Baldwin, say that in. the hearse case involving nei Buying and developing the 1st and Bridier Streets playgrounds. r.

Coojratalations from Vepal
Justice was done by Mr. Mahon and anybody who says that F s In aproving the $30,000,000 for drainage, sewerage, paving program, Cola to these three Merit

build new city hall, auditorium and sportorium. Award winner
Mr. Mahon did not try to. do a good job Is not telling the .
0. In providing funds to develop the Forestville Community Center and Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
truth *>tat>tioa oc' PcP1 Cola>>
playgroun don Forest Street. ;
; -' '" 'rEENTDDCWBBo, 14Mf
\ :/ In helping secure pa yraises for public employees. ;, f on lour dial Saturday

; -. -.. ,: ,-. .L4.ll11! 10t43 to Ultf. A.M.

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f :: Him sElect To The Legislature **

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> ( ii for Jus"'IICE not LIES 99 And Watch Him Help To Get ** .J4

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.. Things Done For ALL The People 1m

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