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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
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Jacksonville Fla
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October 4, 1958
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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::1 NAACP Will Launch

"Freedom' Drive" Here'frFIORDde

VOL.8-NO.32 And NEWS OCTOBER 4. 1958 JACKSONVILLE 9' FLORIDA 15 Cent _p tJj :

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.--....... '--"'. '-'--"" ----'-.....---........... ., -.""'...,,....-- --- MISSING; FOUL PLAY FEAREDThe

JUNIOR DEPUTY GRADUATES-Members of the Junior Deputy Sheriffs'
League of Duval County who were addressed by Dale G. Carson sheriff of Duval TALLAHASSEE-There is maintain a full law 'facultyand

County in the graduation exercise held in Lee Seminary Chapel of Edward Waters some indication that the high staff, although the enroll- report that a Jacksonville woman has been missing

College and who received their diplomas and other credentials from the sheriff and cost of maintaining FloridaA has never been more than 19. I since Labor Day is taking on the aspects.of a mystery with
his assistants are seen in the above photo from left: Norman Andrews Henry L. BelL & M Law School for Ne- A University of Florida fear of foulplaybeing voiced_in some quarters.
John T. Beisch Wilton Blake. Maxie Borders Jr., Freddie L. Brown. Robert C. groes may eventually lead to spokesman said it would have I Mrs. Maude' Higgins of ooo

BroWn. John W. Bush Herman Callendar. Ulysees Campbell Alfred Chambliss. James closing it* down. been possible to accommodateall DeCottes Street was reported MONEY VOTED
Clark. Harold Glass. Several Florida legislatorshave the A&M students over the missing since early in FOR BREWSTER

Paul Collins. Julius Demps ClarenceFelder Thomas W. Fowler J-ames Green admitted privately that past seven years with no ad- September and late Friday .
William W. Green Bernard S. Gregg. Charles Gregg Marvin Harris. Donald Hender- they have changed their ditional building and a negli- afternoon rumor had it that REMODELING

son Henry C. Henderson, Marion HilL Jesse L. Nipper, Wendell P. Holmes IIL Rod- thinking on the law school for gible increase in staff. her body had been found. I '
ney Harris. Thomas Jenkins. Negroes after the peaceful integration The state spent $270,000 at Police headquarters how- The Woman's Division of

Beamon KendalL Jr.. Leroy C. Lee John Mason. Jonathan McCone Jr., Bern- of a Negro studentat A&M for a law building, but ever denied the rumor and Christian Service of the
McLendon Ronald Mears Lawrence Mungin Daniel W. Paynes Alvin K. Pearson. previously all-white Uni- university officials say the said that the woman had not Board of :Missions of the
Leroy Polite Willie Reed. Albert :Reliford Wade Riggins. Elbert L. Robinson. Willie versity of Florida Law School. building could easily be con- been "located." Methodist Church has votedan

E.Sapp.. Jr., Paul Smith. The law school for Negroesat verted to other uses. Friends of the woman said appropriation of over $70-

Isreal Stalling. Jr., Raymond fallings, John L. Thomas, David R. Way. Em- A&M\ was established for he told them she was goingon 000 lor the continuation for

melt WhIte, Roscoe L. White Lawrence B. Wilson Richard L. Wilson. Jr.. Leroy the specific purpose of heading ,a two-week vacation early remodeling that has been

Woods Jr.. Freddie Young. Ill and Robert O. Young., off integration and ihe FLMJLMMERSGET .in September was sup- suggested at Brewster Methodist -
cost-'per posed to. have ,returned to Hospital., .

MACP "FREEDOM DRIVE" SET 50 NABBEDBY high.saying One legislator: "It/looks is like quoted<.* we've as $420 FROM work Mrs.about Higgins September is an active 24. .the Changes Delivery will Room be, Autoclaving made' in-

member of Second in the
Baptist Operating setup,
been doing a pretty ridiculous church and was employed asa in: the Central Supply, in the
ST. PAUL OCTOBER 910The thing in paying such a price :WOMAN VICTIMThe
for s ,.law degrees' maid at Southern Bell Tele- Nursing Stations, in the
I Since its establishment the graph and Telephone Company Nursery and in the Formula
old familiar confidence Room There
setup. will be
A&M: law school has
Jacksonville Branch of the National Association for RAIDINGSQUAD Florida cost game of finding a pocketbook Despite the fact that neigh- other changes of an advan-

the Advancement of Colored People will launch its "Freedom has taxpayers law$525,632.75and worked again successfully on foul play befell the woman, tageous nature both to pa
Drive" in a 2-night session scheduled for Oct. 9-10, beginningeach A moonshine 'investigationsquad six students.granted degreesto a Davis Street woman who bors have voiced fears that tients and employees. .

evening at 8 o'clock in St. Paul AME Church, corner of city, state and coun- The State Board of Control was tricked into drawing her police officials said they are As time marches on there
of Myrtle Avenue and 13th Street. ty officers money from a bank in orderto
arrested more still endeavoring to trace her i be
the can
says cost per student has a forward look more
Glen Washington, preSI- than 50 persons in a series of been share in the findings. whereabouts. and
dent of the local branch said raids in the city and county $6,184 as compared to Police reported that Mrs. the more to a fulfillment of

"Freedom Drive" is a national ARKANSAS PLAN during September, according $880 Florida.To at. the University 'o f Victoria Surgic, of 1628 Davis VISITOR IS ACCUSEDOF needs will that the more adequately -
give best inpatient
campaign to increase mem- to a report made this week. Street, at Forsyth and
bership which will be launched gain accreditation as a Julia Streets between 12 noon STEALING PISTOL care at Brewster
Charges against persons law college, A&M has had to Methodist
in with the fall CURB NAACP and 12:30 when Hospital.
connection arrested included possessionof -p.m a man FROM A SICK FRIEND :
drive which will walked to her and said he
membership up
illegal moonshine
sale of
continue here through Oct. had found a billfold the Eugene Willis has been accused "i;
LITTLE ROCK. Arkkansas liguor without. a license, and CONVICT HELD on by his friend of stealing CITY BUDGET
street and that he
30. Arkansas Attorney Genera gambling.The < was going
a pistol from him
FOR TRIAL ON while visit-
r give to his "white boss
The sale of the NAACP, Bruce Bennett proposed squad destroyed four ing him during an illness.
Christmas,seals will also be i Thursday a Southern plan for moonshine stills"7,88 gallons TWO CHARGES'JASPERAn the man.street He and then walked'up back Dan Shaw of 1044 Kings HEARING SET

launched during the two-' peace in .the integration' crisis 'of mash and 73 gallons told her he came and Road, told police Willis came
was going to
night session which will bringto which consists of a six- of moonshine. escaped con her give to his bedroom to visit him

Jacksonville. several state step campaign to "neutralize"the Several persons arrested vict work from a Hamilton County I apiece.and his accomplice $500 while he was sick and took his FOR OCT. 6-7
officials. National Association for face camp pistol from under his
state l law violations, The asked bed. He
man the victim
Jennings police chief and
the Advancement of Colored
while others said while Willis
Rev. A. Leon Lowry of were charged' sentenced to 90 days last how much money she had. was there Public hearings will be
Tampa, president of the State Peoples"The NAACP under city ordinance and Tuesday for the escape and Mr. Surgis said she went to he went to sleep and the pis held next Monday an dTues-
organizationsare drew sentences in city court will the bank and drew tol was taken from under his day night the
Conference of NAACP bran- at the root of racial face two felony counts in out two on proposed
ches will serve as the main problems," Bennett said."The Those arrested-u during the circuit court.Jennings $10 bills and four $100 bills bed.A 1959 city budget at which
speaker on the opening night I to restore month were IT: Police Chief Clay- and gave it to the con man. witness said she saw time appropriations for Negro -
Oct. 9.Two. only way and see to the Pete Satton, 743-Minnie St. ton Bradshaw is still in the The suspect told her to go to Willis in the 900 block o;f institutions will be con-
peace tranquility charged in direct information the, Buchanan Caroline Street trying to sel 1 sidered.
South is to neutralize these a Jasper hospital where he was Building and the
interesting programs 'with"poss ssion'of 13 gal- admitted for treatment'of get the moneyhe was to share pistol. Spokesmen for various in-
have been prepared for the organizations.The lons moonshine. He is free head injuries. Hospital attendants with her. stitutions will be heard
the step proposed by
two nights, featuring
(Continued on Page 8) said his condition is Patrolmen J. E. the
Kirby and committee
leading choirs and many of Is for Congress io withdrawthe composed of
not serious. E. Boyer investigated. the city recorder the
the city's talented artists tax exemption privileges city
the NAACP Robert Williams escaped treasurer, and the commissioner
along with ministers of the enjoys.He MAN STABBEDBY -
from' the work
city and state who are sup- said he has written all afternoon while camp he Sunday BABY IS SHOT of finance, parks and
was serving the
Southern and zoo. The hearing will be-
porting the NAACP. congressmen .
sentence for .
senators that a burglary.He gin at 7:00 m.
charging the WIFE IN p.
LII -' Branch president Glen NAACP is "building huge made his way to Jennings ing Slated forMondayhear-
where he was by Brad- IN EYE WITHRUBBER
Washington has issued an an- funds for the primary pur- shaw seen ing are requests from Saint
and taken into
nouncement urging Jaxons pose of dividing America and FAMILY BRAWL As the custody. Vincent's Hospital, St. Luke's
chief was driving
and residents of
benefiting Communist Russia. %' Hospital. Brewster Hospital,
to attend the sessions announced along on the way to Jasper BANDA yq the County Veneral
Before Bennett
which are being held in the A.(domestic quarrel lasfPri-' with the prisoner, he was attacked Tuberculosis Clinic,
his plan, a lawyer disclosed a day ended ,by him and after Association. Negro -:
in taking
interest of Negro citizens. a cutting spree ; three-months-old baby Nursery
legal manuever that could Negro Old Folks
which sent his pistol him
give Gov. Orval E. Faubus a husband to was was shot in the eye with a wyA ; Home, Jacksonville Humane

THIEVES BREAK IN face-saving. way to..,obey the treatment IpMediCl1 Center. for on the head when a'motorist wire clip shot from a rubber Society, District Welfare
ofvotiilds caused stopped. Williams fled on band by white youths last Board, Jacksonville
BUSTERFORD'S CAFEi U. S. Supreme Court and reopen -by arknife blade.Robert Univer-
Monday the !
i Little Rock's high foot through a ,wooded area as mother was sity, Jacksonville Art Mu-
Bister "Ford's Restaurant,!schools. : Kelley, 34, of 760 where he was tracked by getting of a bus, police re seam, Jacksonville Symphony

S38 E.:: .Union St,, was broken -, The lawyer. Kenneth Col Court A, told police when he, Sheriff-Charles Rhoden with ported. Association. and the North

iLto tJid enteredlast'ru s-1 felt srld ie will ppeal to the was late,his coming. home from I bloodhounds. The sheriff followed -I Mrs. Deloris Williams of!j i --- I tJorida Assertion for retarded -
Arkansas Supreme Court a work wife- Louella, 30, ; 264 Watts Street, told police Theresa Mackey. lovalf: ChilIr-:n.
day thrbuph: a rear window Chancery (District) Court's came looking for him and the trail for more than she was a passenger on the t disc jockey and ilia reigning! On Tuesday's:

f&n. which was removed.It refusal to rule on the constitutionality found him an a bar in the 600 10 miles before the prisonerwas :Woodstock bus, No. 32, andas 'Miss Pro-Fcoiball wil! serve be requests from agenda the Jacksonville will

was reported that 'the of the special law block of W. Ashley Street, cornered in anotherman's she was getting ready to as Mistress of Ceremonies,far i Choral Society, Child-
drinking beer. get off the bus at Edison Avenue the BIG BROADCAST
to be Guidance
cash intoas which Faubus closed home early Monday Edward Wa-
register broken He said
was they went Outside
the schools. near Copeland St., two held at the Duval County ters College
was the machine in the alley and she morning. Sa-
struck white
cigarette shot Vocational
Coffelt would not he is youths Caring] High School on f e t Y Council
and juke box. An undetermined to say him on the shoulder with a Charges of escape, robbery, Delores in the left eye with a Monday. October 6 at 8 p.m. Children's
trying provide Fa bus Museum
u knife. He said he did not possession of wire clip shot from rubber in the US O.
amount of cash was with a face-saving out. But if know he a pistol as- a school auditorium Mental Health Association
stolen was stabbed until sault with intent to effect band. A special feature of the State
the three ma- the Supreme Court of Arkansas a few minutes later when he Militia, Port Solicitations -
chines. whose integrity is unimpeachable saw blood on his'shirt Kelley death were fled against the She said she had the baby program will be the crowningof : !Annexation Study Cofr-
decrees the law taken prisoner. Williams was ord- checked at Duval Medical "Miss Big Broadcast. .; at mission, County Service Of-
was to the
Patrolman A. E.Hatvcy' xriconstitflgpnal, the cours lie did not desire to. ered hlfed on two charges. His Center. She said she is going Intermission. Her identity as 'I fee; Civil, Defta&e Ct-oncil
1 have
vestigated. ,open to iTOiuj is plain. I I bond wajfefat her baby checked well as that of the other finalists -' acid the Record; 'Vgrgome..t -
20000. again by a private doctor. Is enwcrei till] then. CountroZ Fr 1. a.LIBRARY .

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Page Two. THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday October .4,, 1958 .


THE FLORIDA STAR ? iAL6 "Politics As Usual"By


Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.
political battles are over and the winners were

MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: declared after the judges in the form of the people i
1 kS j handed in their votes for the contenders.
2323 Moncrief Road EL 4.6782 EL 4.6783 0Fh- --- -
J The contenders will snake
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 43773Mailing I a very close race in most of
:.' '+ after the bloody battle I
r in which, in some instances, the 'predominantly
Address: _a_x E : F 1 k I '
P. O. Box 561 Jacksonville 1, Florida the contenders cut each other I In 3-A the largest :rfegro 1 1M
with deadly blows but | ,
4 M I( Mahon got
voting precinct,
Erie O. Simpson a Editor r it was all in rivalry and each'
: 755 to Ripley's 759, and in
C. Parham Johnson News Staff will say: It was a good fight. '
------- 2-C i the vote was Mahon 357
The secondsin :
Altaxnae Richardson Circulation Dept. r .x Y t.j I i; to Ripley's 307; in 4-G it was
I1 the ring -! Mahon 263 to Ripley's 252.
S 71'V 'n the form of J j I 1
j "MemlMailed of Associated.Negro, Press"pi' i Actually Ripley won by

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the supportersof 'I about 1,542 in the precincts
-S: r r F the candi-i,, where there are Negro com-
One Year, '$5.0ft( Half Year, $3.00: Three Months. $1.80 dates will mitteemen.

United yf t walk out of 1: The 6nly man who won
To You, Anywhere In The States. p
I j Negro precinct is Ju-
Subscription Payable in Adrance. Send Check or Money Order To: '- tv the ring very every
1a jlian Warren, who regained
j I his seat on the County Commission -
i h t
.+ the champions District 4.

d JAXONS BALK ON TREATMENTBY ity but there will j For a long time to come
a be no bitter-i j there will be much discussion
i on the subject of what was
; Simpson ness. I responsible for Ripleys win
AGENTS OF LOCAL FIRMS I hope that is the It
r r F- ,, :e way i i'I and what Mahon's loss can*
will be white well
% 'I among as : be attributed to ... and natur-
.., < as Negro supporters. That is
ally the part the Joe Baldwin
the !
sportsman-like spirit issue played in the outcomeof
Complaints from Negro citizens about bad treatmentand the American spirit. I the contest will be an

prejudiced policies directed to our people are being '. r"d I There are a few contenders I eternal topic of discussion.
who still must face other eDOLLARS
brought to the attention of the FLORIDA STAR in increas- J
opponents to hold their titles, FORDEMOCRATS

ing numbers.We -.........-.. -.. ---.....,. -" .1 for there are candidates who
are giving this matter publicity at this time in I I must face Republican candidates When volunteers in the

the hope that we can be of service to all concerned HIS SHADOW, IS BREAKING THE CHAINS OF COLONIALISM I in the Nov. 4 General Dollars for Democrats drive

he well the business This service Election. scheduled Oct. 11 in Florida -
public as as people. we '
I' Among them are Railway solicit funds to
hope, will stem from the fact that the publicity we giveto carry
and Public Utilities Commis- out party activities they will
the issue will stimulate some firms to look into the I Your sioner Jerry Carter who also be furthering better

matter of ill-treatment of Negro citizens, and wherever' Weekly meets Republican Louis W. government. Florida cam-

possible, endeavor to rectify the conditions. Ingram of Winter Park. paign chairman Alan S. Boyd
Horoscope Guide States Righter George said this week.
Just a few days ago we received a complaint from a who '
Stallings defeated "Anv person who becauseof
housewife who said that she was subject to rough and WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR George Proctor for House of I.'I Dollars for Democrats con
humiliating treatment by representatives of a local furni- Representatives, Group 3 and tributes financially to the

ture firm where, her monthly payment had become overdue.In BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL. must run against RepublicanJ. Democratic Party is likely
Edward :Musser of Long- also to have been interested
the past we have heard repeated complaints from By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER wood Rd. Jacksonville. I sufficiently in good govern-

housewives and male breadwinners who tell us that sales- Charles W. Johnson, win- ment to study carefully the

men and collection agents insist on calling both men and ner for Board of Public In-'merits of candidates seeking

women by their first names. ARIES* the first half of the monthare October is like an axis on struction, District 4 has Re-'I election," said Boyd, who

Born March 21 Thru April 20 very helpful in this re- your wheel of life, for it publican opposition from Far- serves also as chairman of
Our attention has been called to the type of representative You can book important de- spect, and you should be well marks a turning point, the! ris Johnson of 1274 King St.I the Railroad and Public Utili-
who calls on the telephone and says: "John this is vplopments linked with satisfied with solutions t 0 need for you to get off on D. Byron King who did not ties Commission of Florida.

Mr. X, I am calling about your application ." A similar' neighbors, relatives, and pea problems on the 5th and 20th. some new tangent. The ba have any Democratic opposition American Heritage Founda-
insult comes from, lets say a loan company representativewho ple closest to you. This is an Do try to find some extra sic emphasis is upon the domestic in the Democratic pri- tion is engaged in a nation-
time for seclusion in a peace- side of your interests, maries will be wide of encouragingall
calls to investigate a household loan. He knocks on excellent time to increase II pitted in a 1 program
ful, out f-the-way places,,. or particularly home with of voting to
your knowledge and basic property, race two GOPers persons age
the door and when the housewife the
inquires as to identity learning through studyor in the privacy 'of your own family, and parental matters. Chauncey (Cy) Crawford of 1 contribute to political parties,
of the caller, he responds: "Jane, this is Mr. X, I have good reading. Make the home. This is a good time for set- 5203 W. 12th St., and Walter I i using the slogan, "Don't pass

come from the Blank Household Finance Company :' most of opportunities to discuss -I 230112914234.LEO tling outstanding matters to I C. Reid, of 7531 Pickett St. :the I buck give a buck to
your advantage and for lay- After each the party of choice."
This master-slave attitude that representatives of and talk things over contest there your
some with other people, particularly Born July 24 Tbru Aug. 23 ing the foundation for greater comes the usual post mortem I Dollars for Democrats is
firms display by calling Negro patrons by their first name if such chances come on During the month of October happiness and security.S60775975867. discussions as to the reason the Democratic Party's effort

while identifying themselves as "Mr. is creating much the 1st. Be prepared t 0 there is a strong emphasis the loser went down in d e- to carry out the foundation's

resentment among Negro citizens, and before long we feel change your mind and to alter upon the affairs 0 f your feat. In the boxing game they concept of taking political '

certain it will result in some sort of boycott against firms your opinions of people mate and'other people in gen- SAGITTARIUSBorn try to find in which round influence away from the few

whose representatives practice that sort of white supremacymen and circumstances, especially eral, with some of your per- Nov. 23 Thru Dec. 21 the turning point came for' big contributors and placing
and other of who insult with around the time of the New sonal aims sand desires. Thisis At the same time, Mars and the winner or the loser or' it back in the hands of the
types agents Negroes Moon on the 12th. Some of a period when you will Saturn are in opposition from which punch lead to the d e- many of average means, Boyd

tactics..", your decisions will be chal- have a good opportunity to the first to seventh houses of feat.The said.Less t
One of the main bones of contention is that the sales- lenged at the Quarter :Moonon improve your public relations your solar chart, indicatingstress same type of discus- than 1 per cent of A
their first the utmost of the 5th. .through a show of understanding and strain in your efforts -I dons are going on over most the voting population contri-
name calling, give respect to
every 1-10-4413-43-14 I and cooperation I to bring the affairs of of political contests in Duval butes more than 90 per cent
white customer, be he or she, lady, gentleman or tramp. II I where others are concerned. }your world into balance, butI ;: with the Mahon-Ripley being of the money raised in national -

Negro citizens who resent such treatment can combat TAURUS : Try to avert unnecessary arguments -I you should now begin to see 1 the most widely discussed. election campaigns, then

-it-by concerted action and cooperation with the FLORIDA Born April 21 Thru May 21 and put the stress I your goal realized. The out- I[ Of course the seconds foundation points out.

STAR which is willing to devote its efforts to bring an end I The first half of October 1 1I upon exercising your charm look is good for improving the Ripley corner on this :Monies collected in Florida

to such treatment to our people. I seems to be the best time for; and social capacity. The first I income from business or pr olion's side of town are taking the durirg the Dollars for Democrats -
!launching profitable moves, five days of the month will fession, and this will i share of the*credit for fund-raising drive will f
The cooperation we need is that Jaxons will informus doing any necessary refinancing -' bring very constructive align- to your credit, particularly the victory. Actually, how- be divided equally for the

in writing of any insult or cases of disrespect they have or balancing of the bud- ments and festive events. around mid-month, betweenthe ever, Ripley and Mahon ran county, state, and national t

been accorded lately or in the past, giving the name of the get. You are now in a period' 5-90-77-89-76-598. 9th and 14th. You may I units of the Democratic Party '.

establishment or the name of the agent or representativewas when attention you from can get bankers favorable or I'I VIRGO also signs have of personal some noteworthy popularity; I In the month of October, Boyd one-third said. Boyd of emphasizedthat the contri-
with. '
people who wield an influence Born August 24 Thru Sept.23 people will display friendly you an excellent oppor butors from a specific county
We I October is when I feelings towards the tunity to overhaul your affairs would remain for use of the
propose to submit a policy for respectful treatmentto over your exchequer.This a you you on in
are.called forth I' 16th and 20th. ways that can mean party in that county.A .
includes the boss if to put
Negro customers which we will offer to local firms. But so upon the uncovering of
feel that best efforts along lines 13-40-55-38-53-353 new later soliciting date was
merit your ,
in you you a
order to make and
we want to know how resources
improvementof scheduled
many in
Florida in order
raise, dont be afraid to ask i of service and helpfulness to
Negro citizens will support the drive for better treatment for it around the 1st, or 14th. others. A strong accent upon CAPRICORN joint money dealings and to avoid conflicting with the

from white firms by, letting us know that they are willingto At the same time, there will the interests of dependents Born Dec. 22 Thru Jan. 20 a partnership of finances. This is Sept. 30 elections. Dollars
period the
cease patronizing firms that are unwiHing to adopt anew be a strong tendency for financial .and ,immediate superiors will _Since the Sun in its transit find year when for Democrats throughout the i
policy of better treatment. Fill in the blank below outlay for things of :keep you in'close touch with through this, angle of your you than may usually concerned yourself more with rest of the nation was conducted
importance to .such people and their affairs. solar chart is well September 2629.
and mail to FLORIDA STAR, 2323 Moncrief.'Rd., Jackson- you mostly as- money or property received said
Boyd in
760225821725., You may learn some impor pected during the first half to
ville 9, Florida. others, tax and estate solicitations in the Sunshine
tant connected with of
news October
you can look fora
matters. You should
GEMINI your job or employment activities noticeable improvement in now do State made by volunteers
Born May 22 Thru June 21 around the 5th, but your popularity and a good I build everything possible to r emailed contributions may be
SUPPORT THE DRIVE This is a time of the year should be wary of letting emotions chance to strengthen your your rest energy and by gettingadequate i addressed to Dollars for

when you should give full expression dominate your reactions credit and business standing, 9-70-66-68-M-972.recreation. Democrats. P. O. Box 406.

FOR BETTER TREATMENTOF to any desire for at that time. On the I particularly on or about the Miami 45. Florida.IIIIy&T.

new lines of activity and en- whole, good aspects favor you I I Hth, 16th. Your best interests I .
terprise. Your and if buckle down to take
optimism you are served if you devote yourself
NEGROES BY: LOCAL FIRMSI courage well fitted to ebusiness.i necessary chores or I t I unswervingly to the affairs -I

any needed leadership of superiors, important
your group; papers, letters, 1- -22-23-21-139. duties,Curing this portion of I|
would like te see a new policy of better treat- end communications fro mothers the year. _
ment to Negro customers adopted by local firms.I and also considerable LIBRA 8-80-99-78-97-887.

resent being called by my first name by salesman personal dealing with neigh- Born Sept. 24 Thru Oct. 23 ,
and saleswomen. bors and relatives. You maywell You may: find yourself AQUARIUSBorn
find yourself the spokesman -faced with the necessity of Jan. 21 Thru Feb. 19 I Our very liberal Each account: is

I believe, that Negro patrons should be provided on some important mat.|'I meeting a lot of fences, taking I'I This'seems to be a very earnings are com Insured vp to
ample rest room facilities in local establishments and ter or issue on or about the1: care of some matters I. fine time of the year for pounded 15.m 1- 'lIIli.;lira $10.000 b r' the

an end put to Jim-crow signs on drinking: fountains 5th and possible again on the which you have let slide .or I necessary planning and long- Annually OB San. 3i/1' Federal Sayings
and rest 7th 8th 10th. fags in yihls .Asso
rooms. or I have improperly dispatched. term arrangements. Distant J .
danon LoaD lMUr
which is flfe and
This month to be timeto interests come under favorable lit
a good
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changed am willing to cease CANCER. chartered and tuparrised .
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entertain or to advance transits, and you are able c-- ___
patronizing firms that -are unwilling to meet .these Born June 22 Thru July 23 .yeur pet bobbies. An interest 1 jto I I deal with those afar in an by the u autborised by aa

requests. Your best interests during in music, art; or dramatics'advantageous manner. Your U. S. Government .. ad of Comfzess'IllliLITV

NAME October are served by con- is stimulated. Look but for desire for philosophy, religious -

centrating on the private side feverish complaints and the expression, and higher

ADDRESS of your affairs, particularly tendency to ride roughshodover learning will be stimulated.
in business matters. You havea othbrs on the 17th, 24th, This may be staisfied through
I understand that my name will be held confi lot to do, many loose endsto and.27th. nterary channels or lectures: S jv ii f anil 1.41tii

dential unless indicated otherwise below. wind up constructively at 7-10-11-12-15-712. 4-2B-33-1'8-32-U3..
this time of the year, so apply -
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yourself diligently to the SCORPIO PISCES
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By : : l 4soh Mrs. Lula 1IaeVhite of I Brewster Hospital .
LOUISE G. GUINYARD 607 Beaver St. is in the Duval *

Medical Center. She is a Mrs. Annie L. Hill, beauti-

., ;: l;}. 4 member of Second Baptist cian, is vacationing in Balti-
Church, serving on DistrictNo. more, Md., as the guest of
$ 13 and Usher Board No. her sister, Mrs. Mary Jemi-

2. son and brothers, Roosevelt
Mrs. Evelyn Barnes was sole guest when the Kerinette and Felix Lewis. She visited

'Bridge Club bald IU first meeting of the season last Saturday 9 Mrs. Minnie Logan, for- her mother-in-law, Mrs. Eli-
evening at the Ribault Supper Club with Mrs. Thelma merly of 1012 Johnson St.,zabeth Hall and Mrs. Juanita

Greene as hostess. ) : is recuperating at the homeof I carter Hardaway in Newark,
ww her family at Little Shady J. She
j r was accompanied
Prizes were won by Mrs. Pauline E. Davis, Mrs.I P $ x soar :tS Rest
American Beach folioing
her mother
py Mrs. Jerry
Dorothy Oliver and Mrs. Harper.
several days illness in I I W. Allen.

Members present other than prize winners were, Mrs:
Pearl Mackey, Mrs. Emmalee T. George, Mrs. Doris Glover
Bennett, Miss Gwendolyn Johnson, Mrs. Helen Bryant DUVAL SCHOOLORGANIZES GOODWILL CHARITY
Robinson, Mrs. Geraldine Hilliard, Mrs. Sarah Lovett, and CLUB TO CELEBRATE17TH
Mrs. Celestine Nicks.

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+ .
Mrs. Ruth Parrott of 1189 Durkee Drive was at hometo .... .. .::'.. .. : The Goodwill Charity Club
an intimate bridge group last Saturday evening. _-___._,..........._:.,.:,"'.: __.._::..-v. .. :..'7<>.,;...,," --w r ".._....,.....__'. .y ;'iow :_.'''.,'','.'...''.'....:.w. ..J I Vocational School will observe its 17th anniversary -
Sunday at 3:30 in
Enjoying the session were Mrs. Kathryn Robinson. Seen here candidates the title Glee Club was organized recently the Prince
VIEING FOR HONORS are for of "Miss Big Masonic Hall, 913
Mrs. Elizabeth Harris Miss Bernice;Griffin Mrs. Buchanan Broadcast". The variety show will be presented at the Duval County Vocational for the 1958-59 term, Jefferson Street.A .
Mrs. Claudia Burris. Mrs. Lios Avery Randall and Mrs. with Carter T. Lewis as in-
High School Monday. October 6 at 8 p.m. The candidates are sponsored by various program will be presented
Mary Dumas. ____ __ __ structor.
the school.
shops and classes of during the occasion.
Miss Griffin high scorer for the evening was the Front row from left to right: Lillie B. Jackon, Cherry Eubanks Ruby Wilcox the Officers club. were installed for Some of the participants, are:
E. Lane. Linda Jones and Graham. They are: Mrs. Inez :Mrs.
recipient of a lovely prize. Mary Joyce Carolyn Ira Washington, Mrs.
Middle Giles Lawrence Audrey Harris. Ernestine Evans, president; Edward Vencie
row: Audrey Mary Baker Williams, Mrs. Willie
i s ". Jacquline Wilson Retha Davis and Elizabeth Bennett. Fleming, vice president; Mrs. Mae Hart, Mrs. Mabel Urolia,

Mrs. Evelyn Galvin was hostess to the initial meetingof Back row: Marjorie Caine Ethel Jacobs. Betty Turner Rosa Baker. Betty Jean Alvenice McQueen, secretary; Mrs. Elnora Hemby, Grant
Wade Eddie M. Walker and Doretha Hoskins. (Photo by Avery Studios) Mrs. Ulysses McNeal, treas-
the Friday Night Bridge Club held recently in her home urer; Jessie Sharpe, business Trio, Autlev Davis
on West Seventeenth Street Miss Turner, :Mrs.Arzada- Floyd,
manager AngelineHardy I
; and daughter Miss Valvetta
Evelyn had her the Mrs. Lucille F WeddingApplications Bells reporter; Mrs. Catherine -
as guest very charming. Turner, Mrs. Ora J. Dunston,
Pauline Jones. c ::>::4: Reynolds, critic; Daniel Mrs. Helen Brown Miss Wes-
Allen, chaplain Willie Brock
.A..v. ; ,
A very delightful bridge session was held followedby fS y,:4.y'.lt for Marriage librarian, Mrs. Elntfra Mc- I sie Mae Samuel and Mrs.Marie .
refreshments. MVY ; Licenses Bride, sick committee chair- i Wilder, president. _

3 Eugene Sanders, 12221/2 man and Miss Agnes Robinson -

The Entre Nous Bridge Club held its first meeting of Harris Street, age 20 and social committee chair- Miss Louise Flemings, Miss
the season recently in the Durkee Drive home of Mrs. Emma L. Lowry, 1347 W. man. Virginia Flemmings, Mrs.
Frances Johnson. t State Street, age 19. Other members of the club Willie Lewis, James Garvin,
< are: James Hagans, Miss Em- Mrs. Retha Davis, Mrs. M. B.
Mrs. Ruth Bonner was honor guest. ma Green, Mrs. Flora Tindel
Paul Mason, 4629 :Moncrief McBride, Mrs. Hortense Pat-
Qualifying for club prizes were :Mrs. Lillie Bell Black- :y ': :% Villege, age 24 and Mollie M. ]Miss Barbara Stephen, Mrs. rick, Mrs. Ruth B. McMillian,
shear, Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons and Miss Theora L ggins. Elsie Robinson, Eugene Miles Mrs.
Tisdale, '4629 Moncrief Village Mary Miss Eva
Mrs. Ruby Humphrey will be hostess to the next meet- : : age 28. Terry Roy, Joe Young, Mae M. Brown and Miss Willie
ing of the group. Rt:4 McBride, Samuel Williams, Maude Lewis.

Carl E. Westbrook, 625 W.

Mrs. Grace Leggett of 1517 Myrtle Avenue wife ofMr. Monroe Street, age 18 and

Frank Leggett is presently confined to Brewster Hos- Elizabeth Williamson, 768 You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
pital. We are wishing for her a speedy recovery. Robinson. Avenue. ., age. 16.

Mrs. Leggett is the mother of Mrs. Sylvester Bossard William J. Leary, 1522 W.
and Mrs. Evelyn Hughes. C""xiY Windle Street, age 23 and LOW PRICES I''

Mrs. Hortense Jones Brewington opened the bridge Bernice Ransome, 808 Bridier
season for the Charming Ladies with a meeting held at 4. \ Street, age 23. On Your
3716 Iona Street. *
........,.:' ,oo.;; .>>;;,.. .w.- ._._, ....-itf>1ijit r'iii1i"Y'm 'Wi&>1 :.:, ..;, .""" ...$o>.':::', __ Paul Chatmon, 1448 W. 1st DRUG STORE NEEDS
Included on the membership roster of the Charmihg UNITED IN MATRIMONY Mr.'and Mrs. Eugene Street, age 22 and Janie M.
Ladles Club are Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap,. Mrs. Sophie White, Solomon who were united in matrimony last Saturdayare Holloway, 1427 W. Beaver St., Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
Mrs. Helen Grimes, Mrs Ruth Carter Mrs.
Delphine Brin-- age 22.
they celebrated the event during receptionheld
seen as a
son, Mrs. Vermel Glover Mrs. Margaret C. and Mrs. .
in the home of Mrs. Lenora Lee. 1140 West 10th WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
Earnestine Poole. Street. The bride is the former Miss Arlean Felton Oscar W. Mitchell, 1934 W.
i 4 former secretary at-John E. Ford School. The couple 4th Street, age 23 and RoseM. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS ::

The Los Diamontes Bridge Club held its meeting of the! left this week to make their home in Cleveland Ohio. : Foster, 2003 Myrtle Ave., We Denver We Also FID AH Doctors' Prescription
year at the home of Mrs. Frankie Summers. Officers for -- age 18.
the new year were elected and are as follows: Miss Luvenia
Quarterman, President Mrs. Frances Waldon VicePresident Charles W. Jones, 133 Oak
; ,
; Mrs. Frankie Summers, Secretary; Miss Emma Holley, Mrs. Katye Strickler will I 2202 Myrtle Avenue with Street, age 29 and Rose L. Dixie Pharmacy
be presented in a recital by I Mrs. Polly Whitfield, presi
Treasurer; Miss Juanita D. Wright, Business Manager; Mrs. Gibson 1347 W. 13th Street,
the Matron's Council Octo- dent .
Thelma Geiger, Chaplain; Mrs. Amanda Belle, Reporter ; presiding.Mrs. 25. ISM KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
ber 12 at 3 in the audi- age
Mrs. p. m. I Alice Burroughs will
Gladys Bryant, Chairman of the Welfare Committee; PHONES EL 3559748PAY
and Mrs. Fannie Bellamy, Financial Secretary.Hors torium of Day Spring Bap- be presented in a recital, October Vernon.E. 1665 Academy
I King, -
tist Church. 19 in the behalf of theMen's YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -
d'oeuvres and a delicious repast were served by: The Willing Workers Club I, Street, age 27 and Emma -
the hostess who had three lovely prizes for the winners of will observe its anniversary,! Day program to be L. Gates, 1745 W. 22nd BILLS AT OUR STORE .

the game. First prize was won by Mrs. A. Belle. Second October 12 in the home of I;held October 26 throughoutthe Street,.age 24.
prize was won by Mrs. F. Bellamy.. The booby prize was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Young,. day.
won by Miss E.Holl ey.

I. . The Man Who Thinks For Himself Knows.
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The :Marechal Neil Garden Lilac Ladies Social r :; r L VICEROY HAS
Circle meeting was held recently -Club sponsored a whist. tour-
in the home of Mrs. nament recently at the homeof "' A THINKING MAN'S

Mary Charles, 830 W. 21st Mrs. Georgianna Ford, ; *
Street. 2819 Myrtle Avenue. p t ..

Fatigue Mrs. Susie J. Black,' Mrs. FAIRFIELD GARDEN '( ; 9t A SMOKING MAN'S

Pearl Calhoun, :Mrs. Beulah ,
and Mrs. Mary I
Covington The Fairfield Garden Cir- ,

Charles served Location as hostesses.Preparation cle meeting was held recentlyin ,< Scientist Edward L. Harris Is a 1t
"Cultivation, i'
the home of Mrs. Louise man who thinks for himself.
Sowing or Planting Hargrove, 1928 Venus Street. .; He knows the difference between \t,
Care" were discussed as their The anniversary was heldin r fact and fancyMle trusts !
topic. his own judgment.Men .
the home of Mrs. Ethel
Hall. The members wore hats like Dr.Harris usually smoke
CLUB VICEROY.Their reason?Best In the
LES CAMELLIA made of garden flowers. Mrs.
., y world.They,know for a fact that
TO HOLD MEETING Nina Watson won first prize only] VICEROY has a thinking mans
The Les Camellia Social for the best made hat.ANNIVERSARY filter and a smoking man'*tatle.It .

Saving Club meeting was you think it through for yourself..
held recently in the homeof SET your choice will be VICEROY too. '
Mrs. Mae Willie Lee. FOR AITONIA CLUB
Plans were enacted for The Antonia Social dull
their Halloween Party to be will celebrate its 11th anniversary DR. EDWARD L. HARRIS

held in the Dome of :Mrs. October 13 at 8 p.m. BJ3.C., Ph.lC: Chairman of the
The ac'tive home maker's busy d'a'y of ho'us'ehold' chores' Virginia Freeman, 5845 Mari in the Brooks Prayer House, Division of Natural Science and
shopping'in town, attending committee or civic meetingsand gold Road, October 31. corner of Kings Road and Mathematics at Ohio's Wilberforce ,
.wor at a part or full time job takes its toll in weary Tyler Streets. University. Dr. Harris is one of '
legs. But now, there is a sheer stocking she can wear called All clubs of,the city have America's I leading rocket fuel ex I i
Supp-hose that. will keep her from tiring even while she CENTURY SOCIAL CLUB been invited to attend the perts. His cigarette? VICEROY.: 4
is on the go. m SLATES SOCIAL HOUR observance.. Stephen San- 1f
No ordinary support stocking, Supp-hose, knitted with- .
out a trace of rubber, gives support through its constructionand I The Century Saving and ders, president and Leis Rose,
specially treated nylon yarns. Flattering to the leg and Social Club meeting was held secretary. .
available in fashion colors, it is a boon to the busy woman recently in the home of Mrs.
who may never have considered a support stocking but Rosa Durham, 88 Magnolia GARDENIA GARDEN VICEROY
suffers leg fatigue to say nothing the woman with Street. CIRCLE HOLDS MEET ;Iilter JipOQAALTTE5 .
leg ailments and varicose veins. t Plans were completed for The Gardenia Garden Cir- r.
With avoided % .y Y
the that the not-so-
women their next social hour which cle conducted its monthly KINC-SIrE ,
pretty the
rubber type support stocking, Chester H. Roth
Co-. Inc. largest manufacturers of hosiery in the world, will be held at the home of meeting recently in the home
worked closely with leading physicians,,te develop this new Mrs. Betty .R. Johnson, 745 of :Mr. and Mrs.. James Aa, ..
sheer: all ylgn support stocking. Clinical tests have proved Court A, October 11 by tha demon, 514 Odessa Street. Familiar pick or.crush-proof boe.j
its to its trapeutlc* vaue and letter from, grateful women attest ,club? from 8 pan. until laMa .. "Preparing Son for Fa* F .M J. : ...........,, lilmaToe' ..e.islr. J

support fashionably.. sheer appearance." .' j t nifht ._ PIntin was the rill otlL

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12th anniversary of District No. 28 of Second CHURCH NEWS'MT. !

Baptist Church will be observed, October 16 in the auditorium -

of the church at 8 p.m. .
Thomas Williams will observe -:'

his sixth ,anniversary I' leader; Mrs.: Nellie Mitchell,
as the leader of the district I deaconess-and treasurer; Mrs. CALVARY CHURCH observance Women's Dayto

during the observance. *. Irene Douse. Mrs.. ..1IryV.. h ..Q'' QW OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY I be celebrated. October 12.
Other officers celebratfng Scott. 4 1 District No. 6 of Mt. Calvary Mrs. Osceola L. Oswald

long years of service 4IILn I Mrs. :Mable Young, M/s. Baptist Church will observe -r will be the chairman with

the district include Mrs. RosaL. Christine Mays Miss Betty anniversary, Octo- Mrs. Leola C. Powell as co-
Ragins, president; Cleve- Harris, secretaries; Mrs. Essie ber 5 at 4 pjn. in the home chairman. The Rev. Robert

land Scott, assistant to the j Waters, vice president; J. A. :3 cf Mr. and Mrs. James Williams Dickens is the pastor.

Xatlaw, chaplain and :Mrs. ?; : 1075 West 11th Street. --

Alberta J. Williams program 'f The meeting of District No. ANNUAL MEN'S DAY
OBSERVANCE SET chairman and reporter. > 4 will be held in the home of SET AT FIRST BAPTIST

AT HARPER CHAPEL I A program will be presented ,, Mrs. Annie King, 123 Spruce; Annual Men's Day will be
during the celebration. t 5. Street at 4 p.m. j observed in the First Baptist

Among those to participateare Church. October 12. .
PINEY Annual Women'sDay
the Rev. A. J. Hughes, .' ST. JOSEPH CHURCH I I Officers for the observance
celebration will be heldin
pastor of St. John Baptist SLATES OBSERVANCEThe ; are: G. W. Scott general

Church Harper October Chapel Baptist Church, who will be the :,':,. Women of St. Joseph,I chairman: Samuel Thompson,
throughoutthe speaker, the Rev. J. L. Hall, <<: Methodist Church have completed ] co-chairman: Ralph Johnson.
with Mrs. Georgia .. I
Thomas day chairman and Mrs. Rev. E. H. Howell, Mrs. Janie _.w _. ........ --- plans for. the annual general secretary: Robert
as Cannon, Mrs. Gladys Benja- Sams, chairman of
Lucile co-chairman. of the of Mr. and l----- I program
King, FOSTER-MITCHELL WEDDING-Participants wedding party
min, George Morrissette andC. committee: and Ernest Farmer -
Miss Elizabeth Albert, an M. Vaught.BETHEL'S Mrs. Oscar Mitchell which was held in the home of the bride's parents. Rev. and Mrs. MT. ZION CHURCH I finance committee chair
instructor at Bryant Acade- Samuel Foster. September 28 are seen in the above photo from left: Rev. and Mrs. man.

my School, Yulee will be the Samuel Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mitchell, Miss Courivet Foster. Mrs. Willie Mae SETS OBSERVANCE I

morning speaker and Mrs. L. LEGION Mitchell and Haran Ann Foster flower girl. Mitchell and Haran Ann Foster flower girl. On Octobers, Annual Wo, {.

S. Morrison of Oneal, a retired CLOSES MEETINGThe men's Day will be observed! MT. TABOR CHURCH
school teacher in Nas- EMANUEL USHER in the Mount Zion Baptist I TO OBSERVE BIRTHDAYThe
BAND PARENTS AME DISTRICT Church with Bishop Latonia'' anniversary of Mt.
sau County, will be the first month's march ofBethel's
BOARD OBSERVES Alexander as speaker for the Tabor Baptist Church will be
speaker at 3 ,
p.m. Loyal Legion termi-
ANNIVERSARYUsher morning worship and Mrs. observed, October 20 and va-
SERVICE GUILD SETS nated in Bethel Church.Baptist Institutional CLUB TO HOLDREGULAR SLATES DATES Joyce Lawson will be the rious churches of the city

speaker for the Youth Hour.I will be in charge of the
Guest artist Stranto- Board No. 3 of Ema-
was '' services.
Musi-Cho under the directionof nuel Baptist Church will observe Mrs. Amanda
FOR CONFABThe I The pastor's anniversarywill
MEETThe be the for the
EBENEZERA Oct. 6 speaker
:Mrs. Olivia Smith. its anniversary, be celebrated along with
services. '
Choirs and Ushers Boards at 8 p.m.. in the auditorium evening
I the the
special program in obser- served during the occasion. Band Parents Club of of the church.A Other artists of the city, anniversary of

vance of the United Nations who. New Stanton High School program has been ar- will participate in the obser-, church.
Loyal Legionnaires,
Work for Peace is scheduledfor attended 13 consecutive serv- held its meeting recently in rangedfor the occasion. Conference Branch of vance. Choir No. 2 of Taber-

Sunday evening. October ices in September at Bethel the band room with the president The meeting of District No. the Women's Societies, Ele-I nacle Baptist Church will be '

26, at 7:30 p. m. in the audi- consisting of the Sunday I Mrs. Eunice Richardson 5 will be held at 3 p.m., venth Episcopal District, the guest. choir for the Youth:

torium of Ebenezer Church. Morning and evening hours presiding. Sunday in the basement of AME Church will begin its I Hour. :

Over fifty young people and cf worship, also the Tuesday Devotional a service was led the church. District No. 9 annual meetings with the.
adults from the high schools night's "Hour of Power" were by Alonzo King, chaplain. will meet in the home of Northeast Conference, Octo-I! NEW ZION USHER

and churche groups in the awarded a certificate. klrs. Rainy Mallory was appointed -Mr. and Mrs.. Stonewall Scott, ber 7 in the Mt. Pisgah'BOARD TO OBSERVE
community will participate in to act as secretary. 2244 Forest Street at 3
"The September services pjn. Church, Lake City, Florida,! ,
an interesting program 0 f :Members of the different the Rev. W. M. Burker, 30TH ANNIVERSARY '
have marked rebirth District No. 11 will meetat pas-
a spiritual I
music and pageantry. Mrs.S. committees are: Mrs. ThelmaJ. of tor at 10 a.m. The 30th f
at Bethel by members 3 p.m., in the home i anniversary 0
Elois Brooks, President of Howard, Mrs. Josephine The Florida Conference will First motlteJt-
who have committed them- Mrs. Lizzie Harvey, 710 Usher Board No. 1 of
the Wesleyan Service Guild, selves to four and three- :Meares, Mrs. Dorothy How- Fourth Street. At 3 p.m. be held in Bethel Church,: New Zion Baptist Church
and the membership of the ard, Rhueben Padgett, Paul Monticello, Florida, the Rev. '!will
fourths hours to God each District No. 12 will meet in .. be celebrated, October you know
organization extend a cordial I week stated the Rev. R. H. Owens. Program committee: he home of Mrs. Estelle I II A.:.. Z. _Russ, pastor, October I in the auditorium of the they FIT
invitation to the public to Wilson. Mrs. Sadie Gibson, chairman, Freeman.On I 14 at 10 a.m. | church.George.
enjoy j this informational 11 I Mrs.: Bevelyn Demps- Mrs.I I On October 21 the West, White, president of if they'reWe
October 5
at I
View of the Uni- Hill :Mrs. Burnell
Bird's-Eye Dorothy ,
Conference will in!
ANNIVERSARY SLATED District No. 18 will meet in I the Usher Board will cele-
ted Nations. .Sims and Mrs. Sadie Wilson. the Greater Bethel Church,
brate his 15th
The Eastside Fellowship the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. anniversary as
Prayer Club will celebrate Contact committee, M r s. Edwards, 2411 First Street. Panama City, Florida, the I president.
WEEP HAM .... its 11th anniversary, October tossie Wells, chairman; Mrs. Choir No 3, Usher Board Rev E. Jones, pastor at 10 :Music for the celebration o

bON_ I 12 from 4 to 6:00: p. m. in the Margaret Long, Mrs. Dorothy No. 3 and congregation will a.m.The I will be furnished by Choir
aaA piw auditorium of Beulah Hicks, Mrs. Rosa Hall, Mrs. accompany the pastor to West Orlando Conference No. 3 of West Union Baptist
: Baptist
....: : n__ Church, lona and Jessie Sts., Bessie Belcher. Welfare com- I Friendship Baptist Church at will be conducted in the|, Church, the :Male Chorus of
fit chad'sreet
mittee, Mrs. Alice Engram, Mount pre a san t Church, : your
=:::: the Rev. D. W. 3 p.m. to conduct services. Tabernacle Baptist Church, Has'ier
_t'_u.w mt..a..oa CIQiI. Demps, pas- chairman Mrs. Ethel Bracey 'i Lakeland, Florida, the Rev. perfectly in
...f........------Nn. tor. ; and choirs No. 1 and 2 of,, Browns with exclusive
t Mrs. Louise Nelson, George O. H. Houston, pastor, No-1 cur
I fH'.II.JH Invitations have been EMANUEL DISTRICT ||. First New Zion Baptist,
extended White, K. D. :McFarlin.Mrs. vember 4, at 10 a.m. : Church. I 6-point fitting plan.
: to all bands I I
-pesubJl prayer CENTRAL CHURCH On November 11 the Cen- I I
and clubs of the to attend : Sadie Gibson is chairman (See Captain Kangaroo everySaturday
ON.rlt.r. city 'I
.. +. .. the celebration. of the Old Country Fro-PLANS MUSICAL tral Conference will be held II HOLINESS CHURCH on Channel 4)
lic, Mrs. Earnestine Austin, in the Saint Paul Church,I I 'I
co-chairman, Mrs. Elieen Tol-I Leesburg, Florida at 10 a.m.I SETS ANNIVERSARY "Jacksonrilld's Exclusive
The 14th of
bert, Mrs. Josephine Mears, District 10 anniversary of EmanuelBaptist :November 11, the Rev. W. M. I The New Covenant Holiness -: Dealer. for Busier BrownShoes"

J. H. Myners and Mrs. Ros-I will'lio. be observed in Robinson, pastor. i Church will observe the I

Would You Like To Be sie Wells. II' the auditorium of the church The Tampa Conference will:I anniversary of the pastor,, Four Stores Conveniently
be conducted in the Mount
Mrs. G. W. :
October 7 at 8 -. -. -- I Boylin, beginning Located To Serve You. .
p.m.A Zion Church, Tampa, Florida, October 13' and will terminate -:
ANExecutive McLENDON CHAPTER prgoram with the will be rendered the Rev. B. L. Gaines, pastor,i October 20. I 221 HOGAN STREET

SPONSORS RECITALThe following November 18 at 10 a.m. Various ministers will be Open Mon. & Fri. Nights TU 9
persons participating: Mrs. On November 25 the South present nightly with their,

Secretary ? Laura Harris, Mrs. Virginia Conference will convene in congregations to give servicein i 3573 ST. JOHNS AVENUE
McLendon Chapter 163, Mack, Julius Mack, Mrs. the Church
.Payne Chapel
the celebration.On .
Order of Eastern Star will Mary Slater and others. PAXON SHOPPING CENTER
West Palm Beach
October 20 a program
You Will Find Many Positions AwaitingFor in sponsor a musical Mrs. recital Jannie October Evons, the Rev. J. B. Blacknell, pas- will be presented with W. M. 1948 SAN MARCO BLVD.
tor at 10 a.m. White of, FrL& Sat. SLET'S
Private Secretaries 30 in the auditorium of Shaw serving as master Open Nights TU
Memorial SET AT FIRST ZION At 10 am., December 10 ceremonies for the occasion. I
LEARN IN ONLY 30 WEEKS Baptist Church, the East Conference will be
Duval and Jefferson Streets The of
23rd annual session
conducted in the Saint Paul
beginning at 8 the Emanuel
(: pjn. Progressive Church, St. Augustine Flo-
SMALL ,MONTHLY PAYMENTS: Appearing on the program Baptist Church, Seventh and 'rida, the Rev. C. E. Toston
PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT POSITIONS with :Mrs. Evons will be E. Davis Street, October 15. :pastor.ST. TEA :
H. Benjamin, Mrs. Carolyn Ministers of the associationwill LOOK: INSIDEr
WHILE YOU ATTEND SCHOOL Fears, tae Sunbeam Spiritual participate in the an-

Free Job Placement After Graduation Chorus. Mrs. Mary Lewis will nual session twice daily. I

serve as mistress of cere- Participants from women's .
monies with Mrs. Blanche department are: Mrs. Sarah .r
as organist.Hostesses Rice, Mrs. Donnie Carter,
for the occasion Mrs. Ethel Baker. Mrs. Geor-
NAME DATE will be Mrs. Sarah Cummins gia Dixon, Mrs. M. M. Harris, '"

ADDRESS PRONE Mrs. Mattie Hawkins, Mrs Gertrude Beamon Mrs STUDY WEDNESDAYA
Mrs. Hazel Tisdale, Mrs. Es- Claudine Williams, Mrs. Lena ,
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at 8
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& CommercialCollege pjn. which began October 1 w
and will last ten weeks.
Where '.
Experienced :-- k All classes will be held in touted a fire tonlgkt. Would your pretext
:z Pharmacists Prepmr Fire Inturance fully replace your furniture. ketuekoUfoodt
.. Your Prescription Ac the auditorium of the churcl4taught ,pe..o,item*,and the tixable valiut
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Myrtle Avenue at Ninth Street drugs. quality Sunday School Department of .fdequate-intunnee-to-raluel.... ...............Pkone-Call-Write........ ... ...
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ending Saturday October 4, 1958 THE FLORIDA_ STAR Pao Fir*


MEETINGThe Jacksonville The executive Business commitee League of HOLDS WEETING

held its weekly luncheon
_ _
meeting recently in
f O. H. Baldwin T-Teen I ticello Chapter of New farmers -

Club meeting was held re- The purpose of these week- of America held its an-
'. H. Bradham nual meeting at Howard Academy -
cently. Mrs O ly meetings is to providemore
civic leader and librarian of executive supervisionand High School in the

Jacksonville delivered the coordination of the local a.r + i Agriculture Department re ..

address for the club. organization's all out mem- cently. Y
Members of the are: Officers were elected for
group bership campaign which will
r' Deloris Johnson, Grace Brown begin immediately after the the 1958-59 term. They are:

Carolyn Thorpe, Eugenia regular meeting of the groupon Julius Mosley,president;Rus-

Thomas, Verdelle Mons, Sue I October 14, at the A. L. i sel Collins, vice president;
Ann Matthews, Wanda Leigh Lewis Branch of the YWCA. Tillman. Peck secretary;

Tyrus, Rosalind, Martin, An-, Present at the first meeting ;' Samuel Madison assistant
na Ashe, Valerie Scott, De- were Mrs. Gladys C. s secretary; Harris i Taylor,
lores Johnson Jean,. treasurer; Sammy L. Scott,
Betty Vaught, secretary of the local
Anderson, Edith Baker, Bar I! and state leagues; D. W. Per- .: ._ reporter! Dess Vangates, as- 1Y
bara Calhoun, Delores Cop-: kins, chairman of the local sistant reporter; Lucretial Si-
Annette F. Cunningham. -I las, NFA Sweetheart; D. P.
pock, and state board of directors;t
r Madison advison and
vocational -
L.- I. Alexander, regional vice
Josephine Daise, Gwendo- president and R o d e 11 F.t agriculture teacher.
lyn Eason, Letheria Ann Roberts, president of the Invitation has been plannedfor Rabbi Jay Kav!man, Vice-President of the Union of American Hebrew
Floyd, Deloris Gardner, Joyce local league. z the freshman class. It was Congregations,congratulate,Jackie Robinson (right) and Kivte Kaplan -

Hall, Juanita Hart, Betty I -;... -F >_;-_ _,. __ ._ decreed that the group should of Opportunity Boston (tenter Award.) on The winning occasion the marked Averell the Harriman formation Equal of Housing Modem
Jean McMillan, Jacquelyn wear lipstick earbobs and one Community Developers, Inc.. an enterprise formed for the purpose oftarnishing
McMillan: Bettie Newton, MISS ALLEGIANCE HAYES PILLARS salesman for Anheuser-Busch lady hose for one week. financial and advisory assistance builders of integrated
Mamie Perry,' Lillie Mae': CONTEST TO CLOSEt Inc., examines a map of Europe J Just prior to his de- ,<<>usi g. The company was founded by Morris Milgram.

Riley, Gwendolyn Smith,i parture on a two week tour. Pillars who handles MASONS TO OBSERVE

:Marilyn Soloman, Marvine.," The "Miss AllegianceDrive" Busch-Bavarian for his company, hopes to get to Bavaria ZERRUBBABEL DAY
before he returns. He plans to visit Josephine
Tolbert, B rend a Williams, which is in
Linda Peterson, Betty Ann: progressat Baker's castle and the Brussel's Fair while abroad. The Royal Arch Masons
the Forty-fifth J un i 0 r-
Williams, Sandra Wilson,I Senior High School will terminate end the Heroines, of Jerico. MISS FLORIDA CLASSIC CONTEST

president; and Clara Y. Wal in October. of Duval and adjacent Coun- _

ker. The of the driveis ties, will celebrate Zerrubbabel -,
to raise funds for purchasing Day on Sunday October
athletic and other equip- 12 at 3:00: P. M. in Grant

MILTON HOOD ment to an improved program Memorial A.M.E. Church Miss Florida Classic Contest will be sponsored in
at the school. Clay at Orange Streets, connection with the Florida Classic Football Game Florida
I Students assisting the ten This country has something<;> of a mania for "weeks"and where Rev. I. D. Hinson is A and M University vs Bethune-Cookman College.The .

1 TO OBSERVEANNIVERSARY member faculty Allegiance "days" celebrating all manner of things and occasions pastor. candidates for the contest will be selected from the
i Rev. C: A. Weaver, pastorof four local high schools. The qualifications for the
f Committee are: Tonya Toney, from the sublime to the ridiculous. But some of the observances young
I( Thomasina Kelly, Roy Mays, are far above the common ruck, and deserve the Day Springs :Missionary I ladies are as follows: .

Margie Meeks, Pete Dunbar,I public's interest and attention. r Baptist the message.Church Reverend will deliver A. E.I A high school graduate who is 18 years of age or
Clarence Jennings Danette
over, with average or above scholarship and must be
Milton Hood will observe Hall and Donald McLoftin. I This is certainly the case with National Newspaper. Crumady District Deputy recommended by the administrative staff of her school.
his anniversary as baritone I I The faculty committee is'' Week, October 1-8. Its theme is "Your Newspaper Guards Grand High Priest of Royal
composed of Mrs. Lola Schell Arch Masons and Mrs. A. M.'t The winner will receive a scholarship to Bethune-
soloist, October 26 at 9 p.m. Your ,Freedoms. And that's more than just a felicitous
in the Elks Auditorium, 712 I chairman, Mrs. B. C. Green, little slogan. It's a fact. A free press is the most potent Frazier Grand ,Most District Ancient Matron Deputy I Cookman College or to Florida A and M University.Any .
Duval St. Forest Murphy, Wilbur Ruf- I
The famous Boyer Brothers I fin, Mrs. Norma Bland, James weapon against tyranny and persecution that any nationcan of The Heroines of Jerico, are interested persons may contact any one of the

will be the featured artists Genwright, Andrew Robinson possess. putting forth every effort to I following committee members:
Mrs. Bernice Henderson make this great celebration
for the event. Mrs., Marian Hart and Dictators always take over the press as soon as they in this Masonic District. I Mrs. Mable Jones. Matthew W. Gilbert High School:

Also appearing will be Miss uel Pearson. Sam- gain power and pervert it to their own ends. That's only All Blue Masons i Mrs. Carolyn Miller. Douglass Anderson High School
odge ,
Daniels prominentradio i Mrs. Emma Feacher Darnell-Cookman School: Mrs. Vera
For can't stand the freedom of
logicaL expres- Eastern Stars of
Daughters ,
personality who will Davis A. L. ewis Branch YWCA; Mrs. Delores Mathews
serve as mistress of cere-I FOUNTAIN CHAPEL sion and debate a free press stands solidly for. Isis, Knight Ttmplars and all I Moncrief School; Mr. Rudolph Williams Matthew W. Gilbert -

monies for the occasion. other Bodies of Masonry are i High School; Mr. Raymond S. Miller New Stanton
Other local singing groups SETS ANNUAL DAY invited to be present. Officers I High School.

will participate on the pro-I of. the Grand Lodge, Grand I
gram. I Annual Women's Day will 4' Chapter, Grand Courts of all i I
be observed in the Fountain Masonic Bodies will be I
Mrs. Wilner Do 11 pres-
r re a
member of Bethel Baptist: Chapel AME Church, October nw ent along with the entire I
i 26 throughout the day ; : : citizenry ofo u r Country.I
Institutional Church will be w1tH
I .
the dean of hostesses and with Mrs. Annie Bell Jamesas This day is set aside in Royal -, s' H p iNG SROUB n u

Sammie L. Davis will be f acting pastor; Mrs. Bessie Arch Masonry as a day of M S HE
dean of hosts. 'Bishop Sadie Douglas, general chairmanand dedication and to help young is y'tfeIENG;
Gibson will give the life'I Mrs. Leona Daniels, co- people in their struggle to .
chairman.Mrs. .
gain an education. Every one

WARD SINGERS ,I Rosa B. Jackson is ; r. '. is invited to be present at WDfRRpIOR
,program committee chairman t i this celebration.
,4 ,
I Mrs. Katherine Bennett e
It has been announced by treasurer;.:l\Irs. Irene Austin, T DEACON J. JOHNSON .

the Rev. A. B. Coleman, pas- reporter and ,:Miss Dorothy WITH A TESTIMONIALDeacon : OYES BtARD W1TH U1 ,
tor of Jean TO .
Shiloh Metropolitan King secretary.The r H PIFASANTST
Baptist Church that the War captains are: .i : Johnny Johnson, FA tASY witb (I rnan1y scent. ,
group d
Singers of Philadelphia, Pa, Mrs. Bessie Douglas, Mrs. Leona who is known throughout Perfume tf lIot ,,.
will sing for the revival Daniels, Mrs. Irene Aus- Jacksonville as the Praying '
meetings scheduled at Shiloh Deacon, will be honored
tin, Mrs. Katherine Bennett, \
Church, October 19-30. 7,Irs. Benita Washington, Mrs. Monday Wilder night Recreation Oct. 6 Center at the I you)(

The Rev. A. AugustusBurke Inez Paris, Mrs. Thelma Ford ,
Third and Mt. Herman Sts. '
of Dallas, Texas will Mrs. Charlie M. Cummings, For Deacon P.O.IOX3451.cN.sav0u>:
deliver tre addresses for the Mrs. Helen Price Mrs. Rosa eighteen years {
Johnson has traveled the
services. Bell Jackson Mrs. :Mary
Rented or borrowed films offer interesting entertainment for thefamily. city over praying for the sick
Pre-revival prayer services Haynes and :Mrs. Lillie They are available in a wide variety of subject I
will begin October 13. Wright. 't in homes, hospitals, the TB THe City's Showplace Is The .
Wards and to prisoners in
Show Professionally-Made! at Home
jail. Through his prayers,
We always thought it's a good rat home! The article went on to many persons have been
TEMPLE BARBER SHOPCLEAN idea to rent professionallymademovies .point cut how popular this idea comforted. : Pink RoomAT =
to show at home when has become in the modern way of Some of the local citizens

AND THOROUGHLY SANITARY THROUGHOUT you are entertaining..We've talked .living. felt that it was time to give
about it before and marveled at Of course, we aren't going to
Deacon Johnson "his flowers
WE SPECIALIZE IN the wide range of subject matter suggest that you wear any par-
HAIRCUTTING AND ARTISTIC SHAVING covered by the films which you ticular type of clothing for view- while he yet lives. several -

Four Tonsorial Artists To S rr. You can get on a rental basis. ing films'but we do want to remind volunteers have asked to appear .
But we didn't know until recently you that there are so many on the program to say -
406 BROAD STREET ELGIN 4-9237 just how smart this is con- wonderful movies available both something in behalf of the WEAVERS' PINE INN
sidered socially. A friend of ours from an entertainment and edu- Deacon. Some of the singing
R. L. Benson, Owner showed us something in one of .cational standpoint, that its a have
also volunteeredto Password"
groups "Where Fun and Gaiety Is The -
the top women's fashions maga- shame not to take advantage of
zines that really proved how them. appear.
we've been all the time. It U don't have The citizens are going all
right you a projector.it N.,7Af'.J'"_ """ -w7- _-r'. ..t"N
was An article telling what kind .is usually fairly easy to borrow out to attempt to make this
of clothes a woman in an exclu- or rent one. The movies you show testimonial the biggest of its DINING-DANCING
sive suburban New York area with it can be used to amuse the kind..to be given in the city.
wears on various occasions. Andit I family on a rainy weekend, to He has been welcomed by

o showed a dress for wearing fascinate and young guests who comet white and colored alike. He FROM : P. M. UNTIL????
when friends or neighbors invite play provide an enjoyable
her to drop in for the evening to I evening for your adult friends. says God is no respector of
see a film they've rented to show .-John Van Guilder persons and every soul needs '
prayer.MERVON'S.. I ,
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Six THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday October 4. 1958


Annual Women's Day will be dent Council at Jackson the testimonial that will Saving Club met recently in
observed in the auditoriumof County Training School, cam- be given Deacon Johnny the home of Mr. and Mrs.D. -
Mt. Zion AME Church, AUGUSTINE The paigned for officers recently.I Johnson Monday night at Bellamy, with Mrs. C. The annual "Miss Stanton"
October 26.Officers El Tropicanos Club will hold The members were divided the Wilder Park Recreation McKinney, president presid- Contest is in progress and the
for the observanceare its business meeting in the into two rival parties, the Center, Third and Mt. Her- ing.Members final phases of this event will
The Upsilon Lambda Chap- : Mrs.: Ollie M. Berring, I home. o f Mr. and Mrs. Orange and Black. man Streets. present at the take place, October 18.:
ter of Alpha Phi Fraternity, chairman; Mrs. Naomi Smith, Thomas W. Brown, October Candidates of the Orange. The testimonial is being meeting were; Mrs. Vivian Coronation ceremonies for
met recently in the Lincoln co-chairman; Mrs. Celia Ban- Party are: Arthur Lee Spears, sponsored by citizens who Smith, Mrs. C. McKinney, "Miss Stanton" will be heldin
Golf and Country Club. A nerman, finance committee 4.Officers of the club are: president; Norman Crawford, have kept up with the spiri- Mrs. Irene McKinney, Mrs. the school auditorium on
new program for the year chairman; Mrs. Hazel Moses, George Gantt, president; Ru- vice president; Dot Swails, tual work of the "Praying Eliza McGee, Mrs. N. B. Ca- October 23. Each candidate
was instituted by William T. program committee chair- dolph Hadley,'vice president; secretary and Evelyn Gant, Deacon" as he is known son, Mrs. T. Hester, Mrs. participating in the contest
Harper, president.All man; Mrs. Erma L. Brown, Mrs. Nellie P. Brown, record- treasurer. throughout Jacksonville. For Rachel Benjamin. The hostesswas will participate in some form
Alpha men are to be Mrs. A. M. Quarterman, as- ing secretary; Mrs. Viola I Candidates of the Black 18-years Deacon Johnson has assisted by Mrs. T. Hes- or fashion in the coronation
present at the Ribault Supper sistants; Mrs. Annie E. Jenkins Gantt, financial secretary,I Party are*Dan Hester, presi- gone into homes, hospitals, ter and Mrs. Eliza McGee. ceremony.
Club, October 21 to get the Mrs. Fannie Francis, Mrs. Valjean Augustus, business dent William Brinson, vice both white and colored, pray- The club will hold its next Members of the "Miss
fall program under way. The decoration committee chair- manager; Thomas Wil- ; ing for the sick, handicappedand meeting, October 24 in the Stanton" committee are: Mrs.J. .
men will rededicate them- I liams Brown, treasurer. president; Bessie-L. Robinson, the less fortunate. He has home pf Mrs. Rachel Benja G. Wyatt, chairman; Mrs.

selves to support scholarshipsfor man.Mrs.. Marzel Hall, secre- The previous meeting was secretary, and Ray Roulhac also visited the jails to pray min. W. L. Lucas, secretary; Mrs. .

young men and women, tary; Mrs. Catherine Mul- .held in the home of Mr. and treasurer. for the prisoners.A I R. C. Solomon, treasurer, R.
The Black in his honor, ASSOCIATION GROUPTO F. Roberts, public relations
Party won by program
and will various cha- drow TEe I Mrs. Jerome with
support treasurer. group : Augustus coordinator Mrs. K. H. Blan-
majority votes, One of the will be rendered with many) HOLD MEETINGThe ;
ritable organizations and con- captains are: Mrs. Emma all officers and members well known personalities ap- chard, Miss L. E. Solomon,
tribute to culture and recreational Berry, Mrs. Ruth Bennett, I present. Orange Party candidates was pearing. Singing groups have!, Mrs. S. F. Folson, Mrs. M. J.
programs. Mrs. Zella Coleman, Mrs. I Miss Aleaif Miller, a sophomore elected as recording secre volunteered their services to! Knidergarten Association ;-:I Hampton, Mrs. T. S. Williams

During the Florida Classic Carolyn Francis, Mrs. Minnie at Florida Normal and tary.The pay homage to a man who I will hold a meeting in I Mrs. G. C. Bowen,
Officers of the Stu- has been endowed with a''the Memorial
Football Festivities, the Up- Williams, Mrs. Ruby Butler. Industrial Memorial Collegewas Mrs. T. H. Jones, Mrs. M. C.
spiritual fervor that has not I
dent Council Dan Hester, Church Octo-
are: Kindergarten,
silon Lambda will maintain Mrs. Mary Collier, Mrs. present and expressedher let up during the 18-years. Streets, Mrs. M. P. Galding.
headquarters at the home of Estella Spencer Mrs. Lula appreciation to the club president; William Brinson, The program will begin at'I'ber 19 at 4 p.m. Mrs. Rebecca:Mrs. A. H. Wilson, and Mrs.
C. F. James. I aid vice president; Dot Swails, 8:15. The has been I Iext'ended Samuels is the supervisor.
The highlightof Phillips, Mrs. Florence Green, for the scholarship being public A. L. Jenkins.
the day will be an after- Mrs. Theda B. Johnson, and given to her for the second secretary and Roy Roulhac an invitation to The previous meeting was
noon barbecue. Mrs. Mary Bell Strickland. Ii year. treasurer. be present and help m a k e;,held in Shiloh Metropolitan WE-DO-PART CLUB

f The Student Council is un- the testimonial a great event.I Baptist Church. Mrs. Sinclair SPONSORS MUSICAL
der the leadership{ of Mrs. Deacon Johnson is a member Evans, delivered the addressto

R. M. Bryan, faculty spon- of the board of deacons of I the group in the absenceof GAINESVILLE The We-

If You're Not Driving Take An EBONY CAB To sor. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. Mr. E. Norwood. Do-Part Club will- presentthe

I CARNIVAL DATE RESET AT 45TH STREET SCHOOL I ville the Elite in a'Aires musical Grove of Jackson-programin

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I If The Forty-Fifth Street' homerooms are busy in runoff ''Mitchell, 7-3; Shirley Bolden, Baptist Church, October 26.
High School's Barbecue Car-[I contests within their clas 7-5; Deloris Thomas, 7-6; and The club held its regular
rival scheduled for October,I':ses. Certified candidates are Margaretta: Lovell, Eleanor meeting recently in the homeof
pSee Beautiful 3-4 has been rescheduled for Annie P. Smith, 11-1; Barba- Bell, Vera Lanier, 7-7. Mrs. Rosa FairclothBEAUTY'S .
f October 10-11. I Whitlow, 11-4; June Ben- Enthusiasm is high. Con-
Tickets 11-5 Katherine Rain-
already purchasedand jamin, ;
I testants and their co-cam-
j which may be purchasedwith ge, 10-2; Hattie Ervin, 10-3; paigners are really busily en- TELEVISIONAND
the first date markedfor Terrell 10-4
RIBAULT HEIGHTS Gwendolyn ; gaged with activities
9 -1 Jeanette many RADIO SERVICE
"Miss ,
Allegiance" cam- Joyce Mays ; I which include ticket selling,
still and the Phillips, Nancy 'Manns,
paign are good
parties and other bana fide Home Calls on all Makes
date marked may be disre- Barbara Pearson, Annette
means of soliciting to bring Used Radios from $5.00
Wilder and Barbara
garded. the title to their classrooms.The .
Jox's Most Exclusive; Sub-Division Twenty-three candidates Lewis, 9-5; Ivadell Pride, 9-7; We Finance
have put their hats in the Joyce Williams, 8-3; Cynthia announcement was released 816 FLORIDA AVENUE
ring for the title. Otherso .Evans, 8-5; Lois Carter, 8-10; by T. A. Jackson, ELGIN 6.8074
Do You- OWN Your House? WHY PAY RENT! the school's forty-two Hattie Mae Mixon, 7-1;Betty chairman of public relations.

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: DELTA DEVILSOPENED ""':""", .",, 'u/.-.-.,;'>,' ." .,, .."- .' NEGROES WILL PLAY IN SERIES

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-J :. ,SPORT" CORNER I. ALCORNBRAVES ttrv1 C. Parham Johnson

wI COLUMBUS. OHIO-President George M. Trautmanof

the major leagues turned down a request by Corpus
n ITTA BENA -''The Mississippi Christi of the Texas League to substitute white players for
By C. Parham Johnson "Vocational College "Delta Negroes if Corpus Christi should win from Austin of the
''t VIRGIL AKINS the world' welterweight championwas same league to meet the Birmingham Barons of the South
Devils" the 1958
defeated recently by Del Flannegan. The title was not ppened : era Association in the Dixie Series.A .
at slake and Bernie Glickman. Akins' manager said after season against the Alco.rn"Braves" i ,: r t city ordinance in Birmingham -.

the fight that Flannegan will never have a chance at the Saturday, September prohibits Negroes and.a man 'from appearing in &
'champ. He said Del was holding Akins all night. 20, in Magnolia Stadium. whites from participating in game because of his race,

:MILTON CAMPBELL,who The last meeting of these the same athletic contests creed, or color.. There is,
was recently released by the,feel mighty happy every traditional foes saw the Delta here. Birmingham, winnerof 'therefore, no reason under
that flash from St. Au-
Cleveland Browns of the National time the Southern Association baseball rules why the Negro
Football League was gustine, Willie Galimore car- Devils roll to a 21-6 victoryon pennant is scheduled to play I players could not participatein
at fullback when the Hamilton ries the ball for the Chicago Brave territory. However, the winner of the Texas Lea- the games at Birmingham.
Tiger-Cats played the Bears. It seems that it does- the picture has changed for in the Dixie
( mac :ra gue pennant Because of this I will not approve -
Montreal Alovettes in a Big not mean a thing for Gali the "Devils." Gone was the Series. Austin met Corpus'Christi any agreement for sub-
Four Canadians professional,more to get 50, 60, 70, or 80 sensational pass combination to decide the Texas stitution solely to enable the
football game. Campbell the yards on a run somewhere I League winner. playing of a White player fora
of All Conference QB Nat pie .
k 1956 Olympicecathlon cham- during the four quarters.. : The Austin club officials Negro player."
pion, played with Clevelandin Professional football has IcGinnis to end Lawson Per- said if their club should win Trautman said: "a loss of
1957. meant no more to him than'sley, plus the dynamic run-
they would be willing to play the Dixie Series would be regrettable -
THE LOS ANGELES collegiate football. >"ning of backs Rudy Battle the best-of-seven series i n but it must be preferred -
.RAMS will be loaded this GENE BAKER second, and Coleman Lindsey. Gone Austin or any other neutral over the far greater
season with tan stars. Alex baseman of the Pittsburgh too was the better part of I city. Birmingham said it Joss that would come from
Vereen, who entered professional Pirates who was sidelined the strong defensive wall of. could not see its\vay clear to surrendering pro baseball of
with a knee injury for the the SCAC champion "Devils"m i I
football this year after do so. the principal that no man
playing with the Florida AI,I last two months will be in' the person of All American -I ,. ""t t.r.1.xyg .L_ .tl rL ".'"-.U'3>.:;-.r.; 1 As a result, Trautman said, shall be barred from participation
and M Rattlers in 1957, will, shape for the 1959 season tackle Stanley Hines, All OLYMPIC CHAMPION-Miss Mae Fagg one of the I the Dixie playoff would be in a game solely because
join such collegiate stars asj j according to an announcement -I Conference tackle William nations greatest track athletes is shown in the pictureas cancelled this year if Austin of his race, color ox
John Baker from North Carolina -| made by Dr. Joseph Lindsey, and guard James she appears now since she retired from track com- should defeat Corpus Christi. creed.
College, Jim Jones,former -(I Finegold, Pirates team phy-( Jones; 850 pounds of triple petition., As a member of the Tennessee State College Jimmy Humphries, owner of
'and other the Devil
University of Washington -, sician. players, Tigerbelles, she was the winner of several medals in the Corpus Christi club, of- LEARN TO DRIVE
I THE PHILADELPHIA'mentors had to draw from a'
Floyd Iglehart from Wil-| : Olympic competition. and was proclaimed one of the fered to replace three Negroes -
selected To
'i PHILLIES have fury. compensate I Secure Drivers' License
ey College in Texas, Lamar: greatest women athletes of all time. After graduation.Miss on his team with white
for winter training predominantly inexperienced
I Leesburg a
Lundy and Tom Wilson 'i I in her Alma SAFEWAY DRIVING
are Fagg was given a teaching position
camp for five minor league squad. While the Braves players if his team should
veterans with the Rams. i I Mater. She set a record at Tennessee State that will SCHOOL
teams. The site will be fielded a predominantly ju-
THE CLEVELAND serve as a stimulus to all female athletes at the school win the playoff. Austin has 600 West Beaver Street
,Iin operation next year. Thei nior team, the "Devils" had
BROWNS will place their' for many years to come. Members of the track teams four Negro players. 5-7742-
will open March 16 and to with sophomores. Office ELgin
camp go
hopes in three of the most I;last for six-weeks with four I who represented America abroad in the Olympic games Trautman; said, "There is 4.0639
I will also remember her for the contributions she
outstanding collegiate great
names in of
Class no provision
Class D teams and one I any ...profes-
history. They are Bobby C team. Sy Morgan director,:choice for the fifth time, Tor-j' made in bringing victory back to America. sional baseball rule that bars

Mitchell, formerly of Ill of the Phillies' farm system, onto; second base, Sparky
inois. Michigan State's Leroy trainers Anderson, Montreal third'!':
said that 150 players ; .
Bolden and "Mr. Football", I I base, Woody Smith, Miami;' VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
and other personnel were expected BIRMINGHAM TO
himself. Jim Jimmy Brown.! to participate. shortstop, Elio Chancon, Ha- GIVES "BIG BROAD- FOOTBALL!! !
Brown captured just about THE MONTREAL ROY-I vana; outfield, Solly Drake,I' CAST" MONDAYOn
every honor the league could ALS, penhant winners in the Montreal; Jim Pendleton, Columbus I i KEEP RACE BAN
__} offer in his first year with International League placed and Deron Johnson, THIRD ANNUALFlorida
_ the Browns. Richmond catcher Tim October 6 the Big
I three men on the league's ; ,
__THE HEART OF ALL 1958 All-Star team. The 1958 Thompson, Toronto; rig h t- SAYS MAYOR Broadcast will be presentedin ClassicTHE
FLORIDIANS are made to All-Star team is-First Base, handed pitcher, Bennie Dan- the auditorium of Duval]
THE HEART OF ALL I Rocky Nelson, a unanimous iels, Columbus; left handed County Vocational School.
I III pitcher, Tom Lasorda, Mon, BIRMINGHAM Mayor It has been announced by BETHUNE-COOKMAN "WILDCATS"Vs.
treal. James W. Morgan of Bir- Robert L. Brymer. chairmanof .

ALL BASEBALL FANS mingham issued a statement, the broadcast committeethat THE FLORIDA A&M "RATTLERS"In
!Li low remember Sandy Amoros for.i recently saying, "Birming Mrs. Theresa Mackeywill
merly of the Brooklyn Dcx ham's law forbidding race serve as mistress of The ,
gers. Well Amoros was hospitalized mixing in sports events can- ceremonies for the affair. GAME OF THE YEAR
with pnuemonia after I Among the artists to appearare
r collapsing in the eighth not be relaxed to permit the Five Knights, the FEATURING THE

inkling of an International Texas League Negroes to King .Crooners and others. FAMED FAM.U AND B.C.C. MARCHING BANDS
Baseball League playoff play in that. ., I
.a- city.
A feature of the affair will
Saturday Night October 25 8:00 P.M.
gainst Toronto.' Amoros was The Mayor telegraphed the be the coronation of "Miss
on first and scored on DudeParris' information to George W.f Big Broadcast." Each shop- is THE GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

triple. He complained I sponsoring a contestant for
Trautman minor
league pres- ADMISSIONBOX
PALMS of breathing trouble be- the title.'AARON.
fore collapsing in the dug ident, who had asked about SEAT RESERVED SECTION END ZONE
the possibility. I $3.50 $ .59 $1.50

out.THE BOSTON RED SOX Birmingham won the Sou-' REPEATS Mail orders for tickets will be accepted after Oct. 11

:recently purchased eigh t them Association pennantand by Paul Hyde, Business Manager, Bethune-Cookman
OF farm players and among the the Shaughnessy play- College, Daytona Beach, Florida; H. R. Partridge,
JACKSONVILLEI I eight was Pumpsie Green an offs, the latter victory giving FEAT OF 1957The Business Manager, Florida A&M University, Tallahassee -
I outfielder. If Pumpsie should them the opportunity to meet ; Florida.

(FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT) stick, which is questionable, the Texas League championsin old adage that history Tickets on sale after October 11 at the following Jack-
will be the only Negro to the annual Dixie Series. sonville locations
repeats itself is as true as : Hollywood Music Store, 605 W.
ever appear on the Red Sox Austin and Corpus Christi, the wind that blows ahd it Ashley; Cohen Brothers, St. James Building, Harry
DANCiNGNIGHTLY roster. Green played with the teams in the play off in was proven by "Hammerin" Finklestein Company, 633 W. Bay; and Tourist Bureau,.
I Minneapolis of the American the Texas League have
Negro I I Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee Hemming Park.
Association and is said to bone :players. Allen Russell, ownerof Braves, who clinched the :
of the best all around the Austin club said his I National League pennant in ,

performers in the Associa- !club would not want to compete 1957 by hitting a home run
ON STAGE ATTRACTION tionWATCH in the Dixie Series unless off Muffet of the St. Louis
r.Ji ", FOR LOCAL foot- all of, its members could Cardinals and he duplicatedthat GO FIRST CLASS
: ball schedules and follow the play. Corpus-Christi was willing feat by clinching the
teams winning and losing re to substitute white
players 1958 pennant with a home
: 1- FAYE ADAMS cords. From the games played for the Negroes on the run off Brooks Lawrence of

up to date, fans have gotten team. the Cincinnati Redlegs.In ...with America'sFinest
an idea of the Eddie Glennon
p-- WITH great general JIGGER
the 1957 the Car-
brand of football they will manager of the Birmingham game Bourbon CAP ';
BILL HARVEY get all through the season. Barons_ said he was willing dinals, Aaron's clout came in A

and his Rock & RollersADMISSION75eMONDAY the Attend teams the full games and give white for the Texas teams to get the came 11th in inning the 7th and inning in 1958it to in a handy : '
sppport. players for the gamesat clinch the with i i >;
SMOOTH SAILING TIL Birmingham and the pennant a ,,
Ba- ;
Thru THURSDAY90c WE :MEET AGAIN ? rons would pay half of their 6-5 also victory hit over double.the Redlegs.He pocket flask :
a -y
Friday. Saturday Sunday and Holidays salaries. He offered to play
the series in Texas after two
= Tour opening gamps at Birming

SPECIAL LuckyNumbers ham.Minor League. Preside, i V *S ,,, //ftF

SUNDAY 4:00 TO 7:08 P.M. George W. Trautman, turned TOOTHACHEJM
thumbs down on the propo-
:-i sition. He said: "There will YEAR S T.

TEENAGE MATINEE be no substituting of PIY ers. -JIt ,
If the entire team cannot % -- -v'% *, .- I ..i

ADMISSION __ SOc Lucky Days Lucky Colon participate, there" will be no1' $ dM ?HSfORAJEL

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Eage'8' THE FLORIDA STAB" Week Ending Saturday. October 4.1958'

Will take care of workingmother.s Off The Blocks MAN CUT ON-HAND MRS. SARAH BOGLIN ..
children. Ages 2 to/ Chips I
Charles Green, 23, of 806 SPONSORS RECITALMrs. HELP WANTED '( .
6 years.Pleasant surroundings W. Union Street told investi- MAIDSCOOKSHOUSEWORKERS '
Telephone ELgin 41204. Can you hula hoop? This"little home in the Buckeye State. .
phrase is the password Some Jaxons took a quick gating officers that he and Rosetta Cohen will be NEW YORK ;
nowadays. Not since the dizzy trip to :Miami last week end girl friend, Anna Whiteof Needed at for steady
Enroll Now in the presented in a recital, Octo- po
thirties when to view the :Miami W. Union Street, were sitions with private familiesAge -
everyone U.-Wiscon.
5 at 3 p.m. in the New
South's Finest College yelled something about"Three sin' game. Several tan arguing about him going off 21 to 45 only you willlive
grid- Covenant Church 5201 Paris
and cut huh on the left hand -in on the premises with
and "Where the Music Went ders are standouts on the Avenue. meals and all
t own
FLORIDA BARBER 'Round and 'Round" has a Badger team. Next year we with a butcher knife last Sun- The recital is being spon- privileges salary to start

song swept the country and a hope we hear good news concerning day.Green sored by :Mrs. Sarah Boglih I up to $200 per month- trans ; 1I?
said he to i is advanced
COLLEGE BRANCH fad. The thing about this i the son of Malcolm attempted the portation to New York -
Appearing on
take the knife from :Miss program and a good job guaran
630 Davis St. at Beaver madness is that it affects all !Jones the Murray High coach. White and that is when he will be the New Covenant teedWrite to Florida Domestic -
ages and sexes. I have some The St. Augustine lad was Chorus, Mrs. Julia Robinson, Supply. Box 323. LakelandFla I A
Phone: EL 5-9874 rather stout friends that can awarded a scholarship to the was officers cut on he"the would hand.not He told Mrs. Camilla Saunders. Rob- or phone Mutual 5-5504. I r. ,

really hoop-da-do. You girls U. of Wisconsin this year. cute. prose- ert Williams, Alice Carter

should try it because they say Young Jones is a four letter and Mrs. Julia Neal. FEMALE HELP WAN TED 11

it does wonders for the waise- man and also a top scholar. Invitations- -have been- extended -Cook-Middle age live in.

FOR, SALE! line. He has the stuff to join his to the general publicto Experienced with good refe-

'Twas quite a treat to "homie" Willie Gallimore who 50 NabbedContinued attend the affair. rences. For small family.j ; WMtt

(NEW HOMES) watch the majorettes of An- made a big splash on your TV Have other help. Thursdaysoff. ;

WE HAVE SEVERALNEW derson do the "Slop" as they screens last Sunday. Both ( From Page 1)) HELP WANTED Every other Sunday off.
HOUSES NEARING pranced in front of the boys are tributes to their under $1,000 bond. $30.00 a week. EV 9-4961.

COMPLETION ON VERY stands. Fay Helms and crew coaches. Malcolm is a proud Inell Brunson, 154 Brunson

DESIRABLE LOTS ON taught them some tricky pop and 'coach. Ave., Marieta, was charged CAB DRIVERSMale a'aa
THE WESTSIDE.VILL steps. For sheer school and Don't forget to take out with possession of one gallonof FEMALE HELP WANTED1I-! : f

PURCHASE YOUR LOT, community spirit it is hard to your pads and keep score on moonshine. She also is free or Female Maid-Young and neat for _
YOUR HOUSE OR TRADE match that which is displayedby the deals the city fathers are under bond of $1,000. house work. Hours: 8 i.m. to A tip of the Pepsi Coy

WITH YOU ON A NEW the Southside and 45th pulling. Plan now to attend Joe Hamilton and Louise Apply 12 p.m.. Monday thru Satur-I to these oatatandi&i.

HOMEL Street communities. When the hearing at city hall when Johnson, 508 Dewdrop, was EBONY CAB COMPANY day. Salary $14.63 weekly. young Americans wlw

BEVERLY NALLE. INC. Anderson or 45th Street are the matter of rezoning a pot charged with violating a city 5819 Moncrief Road Parkview Inn Rooming House make our country and

ELGIN 5-5596 engaged in any type of activity in Grand Park comes up. The ordinance by possession of -1243 Boulevard Street. our community a better

the entire community follows same small group of folks in moonshine. Each drew 30 place In which to live.

them. Last night was no the section who protested "so- sentences in city court. I
called encroachment FIRST RUN SUNDAY thru * *
exception. Half of the neigh- by Ne- Jimmie Lee Adams, 1061 BOTH RITZ
FOR SALE! borhood followed the Dragons groes" are the same ones who Davis St., charged with pos- WEDNESDAYEvery

5202 REBA ROAD across the river. caused the school board to session of moonhine, receiveda *
change the site of the S. P. 30-day sentence in *
the that's Larry city
2 Bedroom house and lot.$500 By way
cash. baL like rent. .4 Room Pictfus, one of the stationmo- Livingston School from the court. *
house to more to your lot. guls you hear on "Jack the site occupied by Great Southern Horace McCray, 914 Lee *

PO 4-0408 EV 9.8978 Bellboy." Larry is a vet in to the present spot. The St., possession of moonshine, FAST *

local radio circles. Burkee value of lovely Negro homesin 30-day sentence in city court. GUNS

Bee has moved on td greener College Gardens and Flora- Willie Gumdipp Thompson, :
WANTED!111 LOTS dale were not considered 1243 College Cir. violation of '
pastures. He is no longer Jt
\ _
Will pay up to $2.500 for SOx with WOBS.Arlean when Smith Steel and Great state liquor law by possessing ..
100 lots on sewer line. Also Felton Soloman and Southern constructed large moonshine released under 'JOCK PHONEY-GILBERT/ ROLAND ;. _

will take buy a septic other tank.lots For that BEST will hubby, Jack, left for Cleve- projects in their backyards. bond of $1,000 for. trail\ in !LINDA CRJSTAL As nuxz urn CBOXE 1w.

PRICE AND SERVICE. CALL land via the East Coast this Next year is city election Criminal Court. aueq1alttm Awm z a umw oKaa .
HOLSENBECK REALTY EX week end. The former clerkat 'year. Let's play like the elephant Elizabeth Smith, 544 Ev- M RYWiti AMS *
8-3495. to SELL BUY. 1936Hendry and remember the ALSO "COUNT 5 AND DIE"
or John E. Ford is giving up en- erson St., possession of moon- New Stanton
Arenue. the Southern way of life for a tire legislative branches of shine, released under $1,000 : Senior High School *
the city government. "'
bond.Willie Pepsi Cola Dealers and1.
I The old joke about the "fixer"
Charles Ingram "'"
Pepsi Cola Bottling Com-
( needing "fixer" is
a com- 1239 West Monroe St, -
Three Bedrooms Boom-Dining possession Hour. pany are proud to salute 4-
-Large Living ing true. Seems as though of moonshine $500 ..
Williams of the
Room-Kitchen-Bath, and Carport. state insurance commissioner bond. Mary llihj.

FOR SALE BY OWNER 3914 ERNIE ROAD Larson is putting the hammeron Annie Ruth Norris, 2251 Every Minute... grade class. She is a Coun-T mem-at-
her of the Student
(Out Moncrief, Between Owens Ave. & Cleveland Rd.) Jacksonville's bail bonds- West 45th St., possession of *

Open All Day Sunday Or Call ,C. L. Lewis-EL 4-7083 .men. We hope the entire mu- 78 gallons of home brew, Brings ciL and National the Mount Honor Ararat Society -T
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT nicipal court is cleared
mess case pending in justice of the Baptist Church. *"
: up. The main victims of the peace court.

system are Negroes. and poor Arthur Taylor Weaver's THE ++++++++..

-.TICKETS FOR FIA. CLASSIC whites. Pine Inn, Moncrife Road, sale
The Lacy :Mahon team puton K
-Will go on sale October 11 at the following places- the at the Lincoln of tax paid liquor without a
license, case pending in jus-
-:- BUSTER FORD'S -E. UNION AT FLA. AVENUE Country Club Friday night. tice of the peace' court.Francis' .
I Not to be outdone Elcee Lu-
-:. JENKINS CORNER 8TH AND DAVIS McQueen and David ,i
and the wooed
ROAD cas Ripley crew McQueen, 639, Lee St.,
-:- DIXIE PHARMACY-MYRTLE AT KINGS voters at the Ribault Thurs-
-:- LILLY'S PHARMACY-KINGS ROAD AT SPIRES possession of moonshine, 30
day night. :Many attended days each in city court. Eight "K fc
both feeds and may not even y
inmates of the house were arrested '
I blame them
and drew fines of $10
KINGS ROAD for catching the free deals. ,
-:- WILLIE SMITH DRUG STORES-FLA. AND 3RD The quietest politician in each. WALKED .t MARJOHiE: BUTLER;

-:- WELL'S BARBER SHOP-KINGS RD. & PEARCE town is John "B.B." Pickens. Lonnie Nichols, 1722 West "7' New Stanton
I Union Street of
The usually loud little man is -- T*Tribute Is .paid to Marie -

meek and mild since his Labor moonshine bond of $1,000., released, under ; ;: 1HEWKT of the 11th grade

Day deal. He is associatingwith it class. She Is a member of
Willis, Negro, 1121 .
Josh HUman. the Future Nurses of America -
Lee St., possession of moon- Don'ttum -tc
Attorney Ernest Jackson Club. StantoMusiChoand
shine, sentenced to 30 days in ic
tore the paper from around a Closer. is treasurer of her
city court. .. ,
new Buick last week. He is your ; ,! "7' homeroom and a member
with his machine. Abraham Burton, Negro, baekWslu :. .tI: iC: National Honor So-
happy new 1173 Lee St. possession of Jacksonville :"; of the
This coming Wednesday moonshine, fined $25 in city rdj- ': :': .'. ic cidty.K .

night. the Junior Deputy court. MIDNITE ******7k****
Sheriffs wil hold their gradu- -
Ernestine Seymour Bald-
ation exercises at EWC. The r*
win, possession of moonshine, ALSO SUNDAY thru SATURDAY AT REGULAR PRICE I ISTRAHD' *
group is sponsored by Sheriff
released under $500 bond.
Dale Carson. Willie Weston is Plus
Fourteen inmates of her place HELL $
in charge of the Negro pro- "DESERT
were arrested and their cases
gram. The boys, have under- <<
a are pending in' justice of the
R, a, gone an extensive training :. M
y, N. court. -octc
+ Ut This is of the peace TUES WED.THURSDAY
program. one
Cesie Hampton and Na- i IfiOSEVELT -
anti-juvenile delinquencymoves thaniel Nichols of'1927 Kings
know of. The advisory
we Road, were arrested for keep- BY PUBLIC DEMAND!
-;- -:- *
taking of of the all group is ing a disorderly house where ......-- .* .... .]JiIJI ""'__.MO-lP-31,

such as care badges, etc.expenses Warren I i gambling was permitted.Each "GOD'S UTILE ACRE" Plus =- E

drew a fine of $100, in JOHN BETSCH. JR.
Scheel, Rodell Roberts Isa-
dore Singleton, Rev. Weaver, city ,court, and 21 inmates "LONG HAUL" VICTOR MATURE-DIANA DORS James Weldon Johnson .it
drew fines of each.
_ Rev. Overstreet, Jimmy Hen- $25 Senior High School
In addition members of the
derson, Jean Downing, Jimmy .. .. John is a member of the
moon-shine squad arrested I ft7VJ..t7. _... .- ._wr..WA.__-_. .:" 'V
Thompson, Atty. D. W. Per- > 9th grade where he serves I
four federal
kins, President W. B. Stewart defendants on as president. He is a member .

and I. E. Burney of the Afro i warrants.Members of the squad are :, The SEAFOOD Center of the Student Council
the Drum
are among Jaxons giving section leader of
Lt. W. W. Anderson Jack- :
time and finance to help this Concert Band. member thet
I cause. Plan now to attend. sonville police department; CORNER- MYRTLE AVENUE AND SHAD ROE the National Honor '

KEN KNIGHTInvites About 69 boys are in the class Deputy Sheriff Clamde West, ALL BONELESS ty and president the'tc'

and they are all hand-picked and Frank Taylor, of the CLAWS Lb. 89c Disc Jockey Club. -tc.

You To Listen To State Alcohol and Tax UnitDONT WHITE DELUXE _ Lb. $1.00
* *
; _Lb.
LARGE SHRIMP for frying 89c

"KMGHTTRAIN". GAMBLE WITH MEDIUM SHRIMP. for stewing _Lb. 69c Congratulation from Fepat

Cola to theM three Kern
Starting At 7:00 P. M. Nightly i SONLESS HALVES Award winner

BERRIERS .J POLIO.VACCINATE" Shell OYSTERS from Crystal River Bu. $5.00 Listen to Pepsi Merit Award .

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:. 1400 W-RHC 1400 ICE,CREAM- ., Standard OPSTERS for stewing, Pint 98c f It. salutation on Pepsi Cola .
'l'EENmtEWBIIO.:: 1400on
..' Cherrystone CLAMS Dozen 75c I *
your dial Saturdays
jl -
10:45 to 11:4J s.>d.
Medium MULLET . . Lb. 20c *

Golden MULLET ROE . Lb. 98c *

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,. SPECKLED TBOUT. "Chicken of the Sea" _Lb. 49c a? w

Fully Dressed, from the Lochloosa area _Lb. 49c -t
SEA BASS. mecL product of Snapper BanksLb.39c 1

w SPOTS. Large Virginia Oceanview .Lb. 32c

w BED BASS. fine for baking Lb.35c: 1 f l reps o 4.
SNAPPEB Yellow Tail from the Everglades r-t+.49e ; Bey.Jsek .

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