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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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November 22, 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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26 NOV 1958. yI



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dt .\t a, r3.T Ol"'wi"" the derkr ncth of aT osa e.1 lG-"eir-o'd( : yru'h v:PS arrc;-*" 1 'M T''P (*ay rv1 held
1 Virginia school by a dvnanv'Vc bla-t* the Directors of :for t'ip' fail 1 fho-iti"'cr oi'a 38-year-old r-\'i on Vm F.urcntyroif
}-'- y, .fd apy V Sn"tVrn! Tlegipr.il( l Cornell this week called for "an all-I foll'nvirc'' "rrtimcnt over more": l h.*von; : ho two..
r ut "port by enforcement officers to stop> the bombings Witnesses told i1tigat-
a. 'tn(] threats of bombing of religious and piblic facilities inti!j nsr officers that Sylvester, '
{ Iu I I the South. I<"alowav:: of 1511 hill)'Street, I j WOMAN\ IS HELD

i Ii In its annual meeting in At-1, I ):iad an argument with William -
;? 5.A It lanta, the Council\<'directors, Woodard, alias William l''
{ representing both: r a c es I POLICE ARREST Daniels, of 1113 E. Third 1 .FOR MURDER! IN
.pointed out that there have Street. When the dispute i
h e been approximately} 50 bomb- reached its highest point the'
;rr {.: .' ""- ,,.aon .... aliY: ?. .. i I SUSPECT :youth pulled a and threatened I FATAL CUTTING
.. + attempted bombingsin gun
e. '%(<.$".M.x.,:' jf' ,:",.:" ?' ; .';: oyaavaTw'...."xv.A"-"v arroemA aprs: ,....-- x'.,. c I j ings less or than three in Southrn I Caloway, who turned and !
: .'
!C: 1 Po j 111 .1 t '"" :lr lJtaaJI H"'" ... I
states. "It 'is shocking," the started running. I rVoorlnrd
]NE\V SERGEANTS Four Council said, "that out of this I JEWEL\ ROBBERY : \ was reported to I A 26-year-old woman was
]Negro patrolmen who were I number, court conviction has have fired at Galloway three arrested last Tuesday in the
]promoted to the,rank of ser- .been scured in.only one I times, bullet Cal-
the : case. Ai'on! Lovir( :<\ 28, rf 1'?* I.. one entering fatal stabbing! of a 23yearoldman
J geant are seen in top rlH" n1. Street was identifiedlast on Avenue
1 photo as they left police headquarters i members of a Ku KJax) Klan penetrating into the left chestat
I' Jon.dav in a police took place at a
a 1 last Saturday morning I klavcrn in Charlotte N. C., I.' the armpit. Calloway stum- that
after receiving their badges I who were convicted x)>n a j Ferrell! the man who robbed the 21 bled into the front yard at !\\"I1'1 known cafe.
and assignments. From : '- of to plant Jewelry Store, Aug. ? Street and i Miss Rachel Baker, of 5G15B
'I harge plotting a of $6,000 in jewelry and c3sh.I I 1128 Van Byren ]
left are Sgts. Beamon Kendall homemade bomb at I M with .
a Negro drop .ed dead.iniaftefsat. was charged
Solomon Weston. Charlie -t schoo1.) .., ,'; Detective. Sergeant. ...F. W. 'T\- s n ;1 L -
.. O
Sea' and Edward. Hickson,, .And.ilthQ..Ug !t-r 1i SiS m f -B3.'J.- ,...a : s It c ; Avenue -. .:,
f rmat nagel'iOthe" ,
with TV, Bates -liead of 4 '
Cap; forcemcnt officenram: fotr. firm and victim of the 8:30 pjnT&id surrendered .
.yIi&y2I the Negro Division, Southern states",hav: recently robbery dientified the sus- } to homicide detec Thomas- was admitted to
1'u In the top photp at right'taken steps 'to mate it difficult pect at police headquarters.Levine tives. He said: he had thrown]Duval Medical Center early
Acting Police Chief V, C, for terrorists to acquire. was arrested last the .38 calibre revolver into last Saturday with cuts dn the
Branch is seen congratulating explosives for 'th(iir handiwork week in Albany, Georgia, on a the bushes at the foot of East face and stab wounds in the
Sgt, Weston as he pre- Council memo z .?.pointed i reckless driving charge and First. Police said they have back' following an argument.
sented his new badge, Sgt. out that the spread"qf turned over to Duval County I not located the weapon. .At the hospital Thomas told
Charlie Sea looks on, and bomb threats. The suspect is being '
1 bombings authorities as a suspect in the' young :investigating officers that he
V VR coupled with the lack of convictions robbery. held i ill County Jail. did not want Miss Baker prost
emphasize the need j Albany officers said they I ecuted even if he should di?."
,A 1t I'BANDITS ROB for more vigorous law en-i recovered $1,500 in stolen BOARD URGED When Thomas took the turn

forcement. jewelry from Levine's car at for the worse, Miss Baker was
COMMEND CONTROLSThe the time of his arrest. I arrested by Deputies Jonathan .

t SINGLETON'SBARBECUE Council commended the I TO PLAN FORINTEGRATION :McCone and Willie Weston -
announcement by four states- EX-PORTER DRAWS I I for assault to murder.
-Florida, Tennessee, Geor- 3-YEAR JAIL TERMA Thomas died last Tuesday and
INVESTIGATION gia, and Alabama-that they I the charge against Miss\ Baker -
METHODISTS ASKS are moving toward stricter I I was changed to murder.
control of explosive: materialsand three
I year prison term
Singleton's Barbecue 825
I I urged other states to follow was given to a former porterat
OF LABOR CAMP VOTE DENIAL ,'Broad Street was held up and this lead.ROBBER. Furchgott's departmentstore II School boards should havea School Board Wednesday."We .
robbed last Thursday about when because
Wednesday in Criminal prepared plan ready resigned we
_._ 'I 12:45 a.m. by three men who the time to were tired of being Gov. Or-
TAMPA-Florida Negro -" ----- Court for stealing cloth comes integrate
Methodists called on Gov. Le I office is the public denounce-' appeared 22 years to old be, police between reported.20 and FAILED ing, radios and watches valued I Wayne Upton, president of val Faubus' whipping boys,"
I ( the Little he said.
Roy Collins and the legisla- ment, in the most derogatory;, at $1,843 over a six-month recently-resigned
ture Thursday to do something Jr.mes Williams, 1619 Davis period. Rock School Board, said Fri- "He had identified us as 'in-
language, of Negro. \ /
about the "deplorable have 1 Street: ,. told.investigating of- IN HIS EFFORTTO Jesse Charles Kelly, 38, of, day.At tegration school board' and
The conference 'will
ficers J. R. Rocher and C. L.
conditions In the state's mi- 322 Jeffercon: St., pleaded II a class reunion at the had used us to win or help
grant labor camps and to in- sessions through Sunday. Beasley that the trio got ap guilty in Criminal Court to University of Tennessee, Up-I' win three elections, "said Up-
vestigate why at least one' proximately15 from the TAKE MONEYFrank grand larceny. He was sentenced -' -advised other boards. ton. "We were tired of it."
North Florida county has no POLICERECOVERPolice cash register. by Judge A. Lloyd Laytcn. I **get a plan, a concrete, de-, He said all members of theI
Negro voters. I Williams said two of the : finite, workable plan to take I I board were "segregationistsin
suspects came in the place an<3 Brown, 52, of 10oJW. ; !I into federal court when you feeling gut we were'confronted '
Delegates to the 88th an-'I one of them asked. Mm t' Union Street was attacks are finally bought there over I with the problem of
nual session of the church'sCentral STOLEN GOODS.
Jurisdiction change a quarter. William- last Saturday night by a MAN IS BEATEN the possible integration of enforcing the law."
meetingin went to the cash register to would-be robber while walk- your schools." II He said the Little Rock
Tampa, said the state must officers recovered make and the third h in the 700 b'ock! John-
: chance ?g on Upton resigned along with plan would have worked ex-
not allow thousands of men merchandise reported s l nfrom' man entered with -a nickel- son Street; but when Brown ATHIPTING rr TO the rest of the Little Rock 1 I cept for "political interfer-
children suffer
women to Halpern's Dept. Stjre, plated revolver. ihrew. a counter attack on the -- -
through another Winterin 2014 Atlantic Blvd. last Sun- The three men went behind man he fled leaving the bicycle -,
"sub-standard hoveds. day.Officers: the counter and forced Williams he was riding, police reported PROTECT WIFEThree HANflf WRECK THI\T 3 .
They petitioned Collins and said the merchandise to"tlie rear of the store
the legislature to clean up I >=.18 evidently stolen by while one of them cleaned out Brown told police he was r
migrant camps and to estab-I I shoplifting methods ns goods the cash drawer. ,After get- eavin. Daylight.,,Store on his I last men Saturday jumped and on a husband beat-! STILL BATHJNG FOR LIFE
lish minimum ,
requirementsor .were recovered outsida of car. ting the money the trio ran way home when a man on a
the health, safety and i\Vhen officers checked l .suspicious north on Broad. bicycle stopped and asked him him up on Davis Street as he One of the victims of the tragic auto-truck wreck which ''
to assist his wife
welfare of farm laborers and action of occupants, one the way to Mixon Town, and attempted took the lives of three young Jacksonville men is still fightl:;
who had been kissed
their families.In man and ore woman ran and TWO MEN\ ATTACKEDBY xi he attempted to tell him the of the three by one ing battl against death in Brewster Hospital. i!
regard to the voting sit- got awy. man. jumped off his bicycle' men, police re Artemt. P. Holley of 5331!
TEEN-AGE GANG ported. _
uation the group said there Identified at police headquarters and tried to rob him. # Minor\ Davis 'Wiliams 35. of West State Street who suffered : Ib

are nine white Democrats to I l by owner of store Isaiah Davis, 32, of 314 Lee He said when he and his 1550-Davis Street told policehe multiple injuries, including I:7flfj
every Negro Democrat in the I were: 2 ladies -ests-$1.29., Street told police he and attacker fell to the ground; he was sitting on the front a fractured leg in the Oct.I w '
state, and in 1956 there were 1.$ .98; 4 ladies vests-$2.98 George Stanley, 20, of 915 W. managed to get away from the porch with his wjfe's father 31 crack-up was described by Syr
no Negroes registered in Un-I each. '$11.92; 8 ladies vests- l\ronroe'Street were 'standingat man.The would-be robber fled and his baby.when three men hospital officials as still being
ion or Lafayette Counties. $3.99 each. $31.92; 11 girls Church and Davis Streets when begot loose, leaving his came walking by. He said his in a "critical condition)
There still are no Negroes on sweaters-$2.98 each, $ x,78; last Sunday evening when bicycle. wife was in the street in Hollev and three other
the rolls in Union Countythe 12 boys swelters--I.g) each they were attacked and beat Brown wag unable to five a front of the porch when one friends-Henry Blake, of 1771
conference' report added. $3.961; sport co.it-$ JO-1) West 19th Street, Jimmy
i up by teen-agers.: gocd description cf the man; ofthe men grabbed her and z rt
"The importance of the Negro boys shirts $2.98 each, Davis said while they were but said he believes he could kissed her.Wiliams. Jones of Community Court
franchise cannot be overemphasized $11.92; 1 belt and tie set- standing at the corner about identify him if he should see said he left the and Robert Bodie of 1560 t
delegates said,. $2.00; 6 girls dungarees- nine'teen-agers came up and; him again."No claim has been porch to assist his wife when ;Madison Street-were ridingin

"Until we take note of this I$2.49 each, $14.94. demanded them,to get off the: made for the bicycle, police the three beat,him. up. Only a hard-top convertible.
deplorable situation and in- 1- Suspects arrested were Willie street, and when they! 'refused reported. two of the men were identifiedby which ran under a semi-

sist on eachand every one of Smith, Mildred Hopkins the boys jumped on them and. Patrolmen .Freddy Made, the victim. The suspectsare truck trailer. The impact J
us registering and voting, we I Richardson and McKinley whipped them severely. listed as James Moore,"28,
J. J. Doe and Sgts. E. B.Run- dumped an avalanche of pulp
shall be subjected to campaigning O'Neal. Neighbors of the victims. : ; of 8 Venus-Mars Court Jimmy -
by political bigots I I Sgts. J..H. Heard and G. IL i were able to ;describe -them' yon and J. G. Flynn, investi- Holers;but the third could wood on the car and crushedthe I ARTEMUS HOLLEY
whose' only qualifications for Houston''inv stigated. :only as "teen-agers." gated. not be identified. others to death. battling for life ,

;LH- ,


Page Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. November 22. 195&

THE FLORIDA STAR: ',- "Politics As Usual"


Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.
.s About two weeks ago I received a copy of "The South
"Member of Associated Negro Press" !; : Atlantic Quarterly" a publication devoted to the scholarly

Eric O. Simpson --- -.-Edilor r 1 discussion of a variety of subjects pertinent to the sociological

C. Puham Johnson News Stall F I aspect"of the world.
, I The book of
AJtamae: Rid s} : V by the Duke Univer-; cent of the adult Negro population -

MAIN OFFICE !: PLANT: sity Press and contains ar-I of Florida. Of these,
ticles and book reviews
2333 Moncriel Road _'.__'nm___ EL 4-6782 Ei. 4.6783 by i 106,420 were registered as
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. -* Phone EL 4-3773 i;, L ';. NF ZY prominent some of the educators world's most and: Democrats and 9,725 were
registered Republicans. The
I years from 1944 through 1950
Mailing Address: r' The

P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida t I Ii1 ,,J .... .." issue, in current addition -I therefore, witnessed a sensational -
f I I increase in participa-
N. to other
,' I I tion in politics by Negroes,
t J j now realistically registeredas
One Year, $54)0) ; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months $1.80 f & ing readings, Democrats in order to vote
'If", contains
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. t tide entitled an ar-,I in primaries, where voting

Subscription Payable Advance Send Check or Money Order To: .. : t:1 Negro Politics counts.
I Negroes was in the urban
r p& i ; A sub-title is Another
S. L. "
; i areas where there was con-
\ l tf.?;:: Middle ClassRevolution siderable personal anonymity -
r ifJi" "';. In ; where there was a relatively -

.. U 1 The Making.I large Negro middle
'class; where there were few-
of doing things has various descriptive Simpson Written by er concerted white
The American system 4: k 4 554 | pressures
1 William G. Carleton
Another is just plain Y+r is el Fll a pro- 1
names. One is free enterprise. against Negro participation in
'. I fessor of Political Science in
capitalism. A relatively new one is "people's capitalism". 1# politics; where a much larger
; "', the of Florida the
#hv.T .. ; University ,
It may be that the last is the best. For it tersely oovers Aftfe'Al t article condensation proportion of the population,

a situation which makes us pretty close to unique among ; I of represents a both white and Negro, was! a
of lectures
the nations. In the United States, the masses of the people -. .' a I iransplanitng population with
4r y delivered
'C at Howard Univer-
have the financial ability to own a direct stake in the enterprises -lh \ :: 1 modified attitudes and with
which produce our goods and services and great : ".- :.:. 1 < .. I fewer and less firmly rooted
.......... -III "Since1944, the Negro has
of that opportunity.For
numbers of them have taken advantage ties to the community; and
returned in
example, the owners of stocks in American corpora a big way to participation I where the Negro population,

tions number close to 10 million a census to determinethe THE- STAKES ARE HIGH. THE.. SPECTATORS THE WORLD! in Southern poli-I concentrated in urban com-
tics. This
constitutes important I
of >> an -
exact figure is now underway. The great majority munities lent itself to organized -
these people are in the modern-income brackets.: They include aspect of the Second I drives for registration. -

craft and calling-merchants, professional men, -- Reconstruction now taking The high concentration
every *
salesmen. And Your Weekly place in the South. In Florida
mechanics, white-collar workers insurance __ the recent behavior I of urban Negro population
they also include large numbers of retired people. voting of : in its own precincts has been

These shareowners have put a part of their savings in Horoscope Guide Negroes has been expertly r. great{ spur to registration

companies in whose future they have confidence, in the examined The in Hugh D. Price's and other organized political
hope of getting a good and steady return in the form of Negro and Southern activities.
dividends In dong that, they have done muck more. They WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Politics ((1957)), a work writ, The desegregation issue

have concretely expressed their faith in the principles on BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ten at the University of seems to have had no mark

which the American economic system is based. They have Florida to which_ the authoris I effect either way on Negro

said, in effect, that their welfare demands' the strengthening .I By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES much indebted. Io 1944, i registration since the Supreme -
just before
the outlawing of i
and perpetuation of that system. ) Court decision on that
Call this what will free enterprise, capitalism the white primaries by the i subject in 1954. The Negro
hil d {
c r e n, friendships the first for the federal
has done I| courts there in
people's capitalism. One thing is sure it Born March 21 thru April 19 I emotional self-control in continuance of an adequate i that state were has seen no way to make his

more good for more people than any other ever devised.; There seems to be a leak eraL If you let yourself gen-II, income. Additional ones are I as Democrats no Negroes, and registered it-:i weight felt on the issue in a

somewhere and it seems desirable pieces it is almost certain! the cutting down of expenses has been reliably estimated one-party system and his
to before it that the of work ;) vote certainly could not ex-
plugit up quolity your I which are imposed upon you that there were around 20,000
drains out a substantial partof and your well-being could by your extravagant whims, Negroes ercise a balance of power be-
REAL OPPORTUNITY registered as Repub- :
cause the white factions have
personal and partnership suffer. No matter how trying social obligations or the insati licans. Between 1944 and

resources. It will be your problems may get at times, able demands of those who 1950, Negro registrationclimbed i, not differed enough among
job to pinpoint the source they are not so bad but that know they love. themselves. Moreover, mostof
possess your
dramatically 116-
Recently a magazine section of a western newspaper I and find out whether it is they can be analyzed and Tax, insurance and partnership 145. This represented 31.7 to the legislation designed to
carried a story on 17-year-old Marilyn Breese's career in caused by excessive install- solved intelligently and with problems may become per r-ullify or drastically modify

retailing.She ment buying, the extravagance out passion. A friend may serious drains on your re the federal desegregation de-
is taking advantage of a Diversified Co-operative of cisions has been fought out
or mismanagement renege on a promise, but sources. Recklessness in AQUARIUSBorn
Training plan that offers juniors and seniors an opportunityto an associate, speculation or don't be too hasty to con- form is not recommended.any Jan. 20 ihru Feb. 18 j in the state legislature, where

learn a long list of career skills in afternoon and week- your own recklessness with demn without first ascertain- 6-30-55-28-53-635 This is the kind of a month ,I Negro influence is at its very
end jobs while they are still in school. Marilyn's choice cash. Those you love could ing the true facts underlying when temperaments and emotions lowest I point of effectiveness

was in retailing which led her to a job in a large storein also keep you poor if you the cause. You must be well SCORPIOBorn should be held in leash I because of the discriminatory

Florida. are tender-hearted and accede aware of the dangers inhe- Oct. 24 ihru Nov. 22 to keep them from raising apportionment of legislativeseats

:Marilyn joined other students of advertising, buyingand to their every whim. rent in speculation and ad- What happens once could havoc in your family, marital I which markedly over-

accounting who had to first experience selling. Coordinating Discipline may be considered ventures. A happen twice, and sometimes or public relations. Your own ,i i represents the rural areas

her job with her school work, she spends four old-fashioned, altho it is still 3-80-77-7a-:75-387:: three times, according to an ambition, if it is not realistic I and under-represents the ur-

hours a day and all day Saturday at a minimum wage, the most efficacious weapon ( aid saying. You are likely to could lead to attempts to the ban and other populous areas. On
clerking. when applied properly but LEO force hand, while the
note that this be the outcomes which are
By receiving training first-hand, Marilyn will receive you may have to try it on Born July 23 ihru Aug.' 23 case from now on till the end not to be had under the exist desegregation issue does not
invaluable for a future career in retailing which first. teem to have inhibited it.
experience yourself you sow the whirlwindyou of the year, especially in mat ing circumstances.
'was made possible through the co-operation of retail organi- 230222821232TAURUS the Registration in Florida con-
may reap tempestthis ters that include marital 190448943193PISCES
zations and local boards of education.It month. Ambition and ,part tinues to climb at the slower

is: in the tradition of private enterprise to offer op- pride are two of your more nership lations. Guile and competitive with the helD re rate after of 1950.increase which set in

portunity to young America. Born April 20 ihru May 20 compulsive characteristicsand of complete control
This could be a month of they usually work well emotional reactions,over remains your I Born Feb. 19 ihru March 20 Two new pertinent factors
crisis when the of with But You will have io culflvale recently entered the
course you. right now, your best '
weapon 'the
true love is hampered, the there are strange undercur- patience of an angel and situation, but it is still too
A FEARFUL PRICEA more open and belligerent the wisdom of Jove soon to tell what effect these
of to
ship matrimony seems rents caused by the defectionof tactics of others. Still, it get will have
headed for the rocks and, allies or the power in the is better not to create animo-. along with and pacify recalcitrant -I tion and on Negro in the registra-
voting South.
family relationships are out hands of rivals and unreasonable
your principals cities and resentments that I The
35-year-old father of three made headlines and sad of tune. To make things a bit which you should not could each the boiling point. people in all walks of life. ', tended Little Rock crisis has

news when he returned in an airborne iron lung from a more d if fi c u It, retrograde underestimate or challenge. 1-40-77-39-75-147 Co-workers or employees are i to stiffen white resistance -

vacation visit to his sister in California. His wife, shocked Mars has reentered'your Your time to regain the up- likely to be impractical, opinionated -' all in the deep South to ,

and heartbroken. said her husband just "hadn't gotten Sun sign shortening your per hand will come in its SAGITTARIUS and unreasonable,| phases of the New Recon-

around to taking Salk vaccine" when she and the three patience and making you proper turn and place and Born Nov.--23- ---thu----Dec. 21 making it difficult for you to I i i civil struction rights, but act the new federal '

youngsters were inoculated. prone to tempestuous out- you must ,cultivate the pa- This is a month when it produce goods or to obtain i of the puts the machinery -

This fathe is now paying a fearful price for his omis- bursts. Once you are convinced tience and faith which act as would be the better part of necessary services. Do not behind. federal government
with his that these possibilitiesare a cordial invitation. wisdom permit conditions to exist I Negro regis-
sion. Stricken paralytic polio involving respiratory to to the wishes that could tration and voting in the
system, he faces the grim possibility of permanent crippling more real than imaginaryyou 4-60-99- -97-$69 of those who give the or- to individuals become a menace South and this considerably
Before his physical status can be determined, however, he will make greater e'- ders and to follow directivesto and property I may -
and rehabilitation. forts to discipline ton- VIRGO whether it is at home, where counteract the effectiveness -
must undergo extensive treatment long-term yeur the leter. If you have oc- of stiffened white
gue and your actions and this Born Aug. 24 ihru Sept. 23 casion to employ others you you You work or on the highways sistance. re-

Heartbreak is implicit in this situation. But the saddest will do more than anythingelse There will be considerable: may find them intransigent, whole may have of to revise your *- *
part of the story and its true tragedy lie in the fact to forestall them. activity in your neighbor- careless and far short of the trace and re-
5-20-33-18-31-523 hood or which mark in some of your past de- Continued Next Week
that it need not have happened. Salk vaccine could have community loyalty and produc- cisions
spared his young father as it spared his wife and three will be very interesting, and tivity. It would be almost impossible 970 6 and actions. "A Negro Politicianin
children. It should be used by people of all ages, from GEMINI very hectic. You can expect to impose your will -
infancy through adulthood. There are-no age restrictions on Born Mar 21 ihru June 21 tempers tO rise on rwncinnand" by forceful methods so be

its effectiveness, or its use. The margin for error is this is where-th test of crafty and diplomatic in or-

The National Foundation has long urged families in all rather small this month mak- your perspicacity, tactfulnessand der to keep ''some semblanceof THE DRIVE

communities to see that their children, teenagers and adults ing it mandatory for you to patience will come in. If order. Don't wait for break
avoid frivolity at work or at you reach the point where downs or accidents to decideon
too, get inoculated with three shots of Salk vaccine to
protect them from paralytic polio attack. If you hadn't yetbeen play. Your views and methods you cannot control your ton- necesary safety measures FOR BETTER TREATMENTOF

vaccinated, see your family physician today. Make an scrutiny gue or emotional reactionsyou whereever you work, do business
appointment to get all the members of your family startedon troubling domestic ot at home.
spectacular. Those who wield and other close relationships 9-80-83-79-87-987 NEGROES BY
the three-shot series of Salk inoculations that can protest LOCAL FIRMSI
you and your loved ones from the threat and disasterof the power are likely to be and inviting personal frus

paralytic polio. Don't take needless chances with your more than critical and demanding trations. Economic and security CAPRIORN would like io see a new policy of better ireai-
health and the welfare of your family. ever and may not take setbacks may also be Born Dec. 22 ihru Jan. 19 ment io Negro customers adopted by local firms.

Why be sorry when you caA be safe? Get started on too criticism.kindly to back talk or I evoked if you do not check Results are likely to be few I reseni being called by xry first acme by salesman
Your thoroughly
your Salk shots today. main concern enough on your and far between this month, and saleswomen. -
is to maintainyour phy- advisers and sources of infor- making it desirable for I believe that
you Negro patrons sheuld be provided
sical condition in form mation. And those
top who tra-
to resort to the that
policy ample rest room facilities In local establishments and
to hold should
on securely to your .risks. avoid unnecessary I usually works best for you an end put to Jim-crow signs on drinking:: fountains
position and to prevent occupational -. ;.on 'such occasions, that of and rest rooms. "

1 and transportation watchful waiting.You should To accomplish these changes I am willing to ceasepatronising !

mishaps. It seems better for LIBRA .restrict commercial buying firms hat are unwilling io meet these (
others close to you as well as Born 24 and
Sept. thru Oct. 23 expenditures to the bar- requests.
for yourself te hide your The financial problemsthat est necessities and refuse to .
\ frustrations and NAME
shortcomings cast their shadows last be drawn into ventures that

6-4G-11-38-13-641 month are here to remain a have the slightest tinge ef

while, unless you quickly .speculation. You can participate ADDRESSI
CANCER perceive their nature and in social and club ac-
: 1 1.IJ Born June 22 thru 22 understand that my name will be held osnfld.atial -
July make the necessary readjust- .let them reach propositions unless Indicated otherwise below.
This month could providethe ments.: The 'maintenance of tivities as long as you do not

1r crucial test in matters good health and steadiness on where they could engulf you. ( ) You may dfsrlme raj name U uc suii _
that have to do with romance your job or 'profession are 8-50 55 48 S3 53. i i .. 'j'

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LADIES: OF LEISURE CLUB Lodges of Duval and

e 'adjacent counties have been ._-
The Ladies of Leisure Club
By a I called to meet, November 23

LOUISE G. GUINYARDWas d" t op.rt. I bserved its 7th anniversary ;at 1 p".m. by C. 'H. Henry,
the fashion show at the Duval Amory last weekend e recently: in the Mt. Tabor I Grand Master of the Most

held on-stage or off-stage? That's the question in the mindsof I J Baptist Church, the Rev. H. Worshipful Union Grand

many who attended Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority's T. Overstreet, pastor. Lodge, F & AM, P.H.A.

"Ebony Fashion Fair" Young and charming Miss Betty Participants in the observance Florida Inc.

Anderson was crowned "Miss Ebony Fashion Fair." Runnersup were: Stanto-Musi-Cho,
The of the meet-
were Miss Zeta Gibson, and Miss Clara Walker. Little Mrs. James Burney, Mrs. M. purpose
is to observe Thanksgiving
Miss Deborah Parsons was contest winner in the junior K. Williams, Miss Lillian I
Day lay a corner-
division.\ : 1! Anderson, the Heraldaires, stone at St. Stephen AME
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The styles displayed on stage left nothing to be desired Mrs. Jeanetta Mungen; Miss Church the Rev. J. S. John
but members of the audience were not to be outdone and Cynthia Thomas, Mrs. Minnie -'!

many of them could have given the models stiff competition. t ,x & Lee Brown, Mrs. Dorothy t son, pastor.

Acosta, James R u s s e a ui j Ladies of the Eastern Star
Again, thanks to Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha James Smith Miss FrankieD. and Heroines of Jerico have

Kappa Alpha Sorority for this wonderful entertainment. Graham, Mrs. Ruby As- been invited to be present as

kew, Mrs. Bertha Kelly, Mrs. the ues of the Master Mason. .

Mattie King and Mrs. Olivia Thanksgiving ceremoniesand
Members of the Entre' Nour Bridge Club spent a highly II t tS Smith. cornerstone rites will be

enjoyable evening at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club under the direction of the '
The Friendly Avenue B I'
last Saturday, with Miss Theora Leggins as hostess. Grand Master and Deputy
Civic Club served
and Semi
On': guest was present for the bridge session, which Grand Master Attrus Flem-
resulted in Miss Mazelle Bruton being awarded the first v as: guest clubs for the occa ing Sr.FOR .

place honor, Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons second, and Mrs. L. B. lxb.r:.%.....; .. ,...... ::.......' n a fi iF.. :..,.,' ...:c:r...:...........::::.:.:::..:::...,.:............:.. .... ;sion. I Ii

Blackshear, consolation. BAND PARENTS MEET The members of the and Parents Club of Douglas II i

Anderson School met recently to make plans for homecoming game held last night. : I, JENKINS CLUB
They aro shown here seated from left: Mrs. A. James. Mrs. R. Rice. Mrs. E. TRUE PAL CLUB I
Members of the club' present in addition to prize win- Thomas Mrs. L. M. Williams. Mrs. H. Thompson and Mrs. C. Baker. I OBSERVES BIRTHDAYThe i .

ners were: Mrs. Charlotte Stewart; Mrs. Doris Bennett, Seen'in the back row from left are: D. Roux Mrs. R. Wright H. Waters J. True Pal Social Club,

Mrs. Camilla Thompson, Mrs. Ruby Humphrey, Mrs. Fran- Brown. Mrs. J. Johnson Mrs. L. Adams. Mrs. V. Johnson Mrs. O. Davis. Mrs. C. Bart- I observed its anniversary recently The seventh anniversaryof

ces Johnson, Mrs. Ruth Myers, Miss Ruth Broome, and Miss ley. Mrs. C. Brown W. Carter and C. R. Cowart. I at the Holsey Chapel the H. L. Jenkins Clubof
Lauretta Jenkins. I I AME Church, 1143 Franklin! New Mt. Olive Baptist

FREEMANS SING'duIJtiEcIiJB I Ii i ABOUT PEOPLE I! St.A program was presented !Church 30 at 6:30 will p.m.be observed in the audi-Nov.
Mrs. Sylvester Bossard rates very high as a hostess ; II I during the celebration. torium of the church, Hart

Members of the Friday night bridge group are-still talking I I and Brady Streets.

about the wonderful .time spent with her at the Lincoln
Golf and Country Club recently. SECOND TIME AT I HONOR GUESTS Frank Jones Jr., son of WILLING WORKERS I Mrs. A. C. Jackson will
t I .
Again, Mrs. Ora McIver attended the meeting as special I the Rev. F. W. Jones, pastorof CLUB OBSERVES serve as mistress of ceremonies
guest and received the beautiful hostess gift. I Fountain Chapel AME BIRTHDAYThe I and the Rev. James

Club prizs were won by Mrs. Lois Randall, Mrs. Vermal COHEN BROS. Mrs. Algernon B. Bolen,I Church, is ill in the Brewster 29th anniversary of Davis will deliver the ad-

McCone, and Mrs. Evelyn Galvin. The special award wentto State President, presidedover Hospital. He is a member the Willing Workers Club of dress for the celebration.Also .

Mrs. Mattie Montgomery. the meeting when the:, cf Choir No. 2 of the church. District No. 9 of Second Baptist -
Executive Board of the Flori-j ; appearing on the pro-
Mrs. Alvenia Scriven, Mrs. Bonnie Bush Mrs. Zelma i Church was celebrated,
Johnson, and Mrs. Marie McClain were among other mem- The Freeman sisters, the da State Association of i;' Mr. and Mrs. William W.j recently at tie home of Mrs. gram will be Miss Mattie

bers present. talented daughters of Mr. Colored Womens Clubs held'a Green Sr., visited in Tallahassee Ellen Whittie,' 962 Julia Johnson, Mrs. Eula M. Walker -

one day session recently,, on the weekend to I Street. I Mrs. Claretha Colson.
and Mrs. Robert C. Freeman, The Baptist Ministers Bro-
in the YWCA, with the fol-
;, attend the annual homecoming Charles M. Vaught was the I
of 1624 W. 20th Street made lowing cities represented: Ft.! i therhood and its auxiliaryhave
Mr. and Mrs. Walter V. Scarborough of 1919 East Dur- '! game at Florida A & M principal speaker, with Allen
been invited the
- kee their second re- Lauderdale, Ft. Pirece, Lakeland University They were home I solo- as spe
Drive appearance Jackson
a elaborate last serving as guest
gave very: party Saturday evening Beach cial guests for the occasion.
with bridge being the featured entertainment. cently as guest singers at West m Palm guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. ist for the occasion.
Ocala, Bradenton, Bell Glade The Rev. F.V.. Watson
Guests included Mrs. Eva Rosier, Mrs. Ette Deas and the Cohen Brothers Store on and oth'ers. W. Conoly. and the Rev. D. McKelvinwill
Mrs. James Espy, Miss Estelle Williams, James Williams the invitation. of store execu- Plans were made for the Anderson of 1494 CIRCLE TO PRESENT be in charge of the pulpit -
Mrs. William
Leona Bennett, Mrs. Verlena DISPLAYA
Dorothy Pinckney, Mrs.
Glover Mrs. tives. state meeting which will be West 6th Street. is ill in the services.
Margaret Mathis, Mrs. Naomi Hester, Rudolph held in June in Lakeland!ii Chrysanthemum Displaywill
Williams, Mrs. Fleet H. Alexander, Mrs. Virginia Long, The young singers made Brewster Hospital. He is a be presented by the Invitations have been extended
with the
the theme of meeting
Mrs. Vicey James, and :Mrs. Earlene Alback. such hft with the i I member of Usher Board No. Asociated Garden Circle at by Mrs. M. L. B.
a execu- A Better:.
Delectable .refreshments were available to guests. as "Creating 1 of Second Baptist Church. ,Walker Business College, 1832 Story to the public to attend
cutives of the store and the Understanding and Relation-j' I Myrtle Avenue, November the observance.

employees that it was the ship With All, People. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Lee ,2223 from 2:30: p.m. until 6

The C sami Bridge Club held its business meeting last request that they make a Mrs. P. G. Aarons, serves, left the city recently for' .

Tuesday evening at 2703 Begonia Road with Mrs. Bernice return engagement to the dee as one of the State ,Auditors,j Tampa, where they will at- p.m.The public have been in- MMB CIRCLE SLATES"
Henderson and for number of I
serving as hostess.: a years tend the annual conference vited to view the display.
Mrs. Marie McClain light of all who were present. has served as president of: : REGULAR MEETING
was high scorer for the evening, sessions. They are members i i ___
while Mrs. Lula Courtney qualified for the consolation Appearing and renderingfour j the Seminole Culture Club.! of Ebenezer Methodists!! SPELMAN CLUB i,I
award. :Miss Eartha M. White the'
selections were Diann I chairman Church. TO HOLD MEETINGThe I II The Mary McLeod Bethune
MASONIC FAMILY Cecelia, Vanorian R h u net t Florida State Legislation Association of of I Spelman Club of Jacksonville -i Circle will hold its regular
Wedding Bells Mrs.: Lucile Edwards is will hold its regular. meeting, November 24 in the
ASKED TO MEET AT and Carol Yvette Freeman. Colored Women's Clubs and home I'
i convalescing in her ,|I I meeting Sunday, November I home of Mrs. Myrtle Irving,
The first number "Happy is.a. charter member of the 4627 :Moncrief Rd., following ,. 1530 Jefferson Street.
ST. STEPHENS AME Applications for Marriage Seminole Club. 23 i from 4:00: to 5:00: p.m.;
Anniversary" was dedicatedto surgery in a local hospital i{i at the home of Mrs. Sarah
Licenses The members of the Exe- ; Installation of officers will
:; She is member of the Glen- i
the of the a Potts 571 West 8th Street.
employees store. ,
Deputy Grand Master At- cutive Board were served aj: dale Social and Saving Club. be held with the Rev. J. B.
All and former stu-
trus Fleming and Deputy A.!: Applications for Marriage Following that number in luncheon by the Seminole'! i i graduates invited attend.'I' Williams officiating.
M. Frazier are calling all Licenses are: order were "Make Yourself Culture Club of which Mrs.1! dents are to

Masons of the :Most Worshipful Comfortable," "I Love My Bessie S. Gordon is president.Mrs. : LES COQUETTES Business of vital importance Co-hostesses and host with. '

Union Free and John W. Hougabook, 1361 Baby" and "Down By The C. G. Williams, 'ai! CHARITY CLUBA will be discussed. I Mrs. Irving are Mr. and Mrs.

:Masons Prince Hall Accepted Affili- Kings Road, ages 54 and Mar- Riverside." member of the Seminole Cul-I I Juanita P. Smith, President J. Holmes and Mrs. Mary

garet G. Morrison, 2321 Kin- ture Club I Dorothy Oliver Reporter. Darden.
second -
ated vicepresident
Heroines of Jericho ]
wood Ave., 39. Present at the Cohen Bro Coffee Sip will be sponsored -(-
Eastern of the Florida State
Stars Crusaders ,
thers program was an execu- by the Les Coquettes
June 1424
Daughters of Isis and Juve- Curry, Kings tive of one of the local radio Asociation, has organized the: Club November 231
niles Road, age 20 and Bessie Boyd Seminole Culture Girls Club.I I Charity GRAY HAIRS
to be at St. Stephens 1424 Kings Rd., 18. stations and so impressedwas at the YWCA, 582 West need worry you no more
age They will be !
AME Church at 2 Sun- represented at .
pjn. Willie B. Taylor 1325 Oak- he with the girls natural Eighth Street. WM.J.Brandt d
the state
day corner stone ley St., age 27 and BarbaraJ. ability and harmony, he I.I I Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis, dean .LIQUID *
laying. called at the Freeman hometo of girls at Matthew Gilbert HAIR. COLORER
Roberts, 1324 Oakley St., .I .......... ..
hear them and will be the for Will..._"r-y y fcW !.I 39 *
Both 18.Johnnie. personally High speaker ... ..
H b
are asking age +_ U know it .v c w "twy.
all offer suggestions and he as- the affair, with James Bailey I...... 0.. -.. .. ... with teeth hratk M
members to turn out fully L. Hill, 'Jr., 2601 Ii .....d... B. N. pock.'N. .....
uniformed along with the James Rd., age 19 and Cath-, sured the parents of the CLUB rerving as guest soloist. Mu- ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME

corner stone laying will be erine S. Lundy, Rt. 7 Box! young singers that he was SPONSORS sic will be rendered by !.Irs'l! YOU pct .y SAVE- fc TIME.;ir I AND.* b.MONEY.. ..,ecI.N.LMTM MM win It .MInd .w

the annual observance of '!79A age 15. behind the girls one hundredper DINSMORE 'EXHIBITIn I E. M. Richardson. j -prtt lmli._.M form-..dial color s.I.r..k.if prpHy q.._C.d..*.. s d

Thanksgiving.Grand James'E. Brown 1021 Ever- cent and would give the !I A program will be presented i WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH
oft I Ir ... ........ ..... .
necessray push they neededto featuring artists tf wiH not. rob It "* y* w *
Master C. H. Henry son St., age 22 and Estelle Dinsmore. the Annual I oro..=,.. ... .......,. -. .--... _
will be present. Riddle, 1484 W. Union St., in the help music them world.get to the top Achievement Exhibit by the,r the ctiy. I is I.,..*ad". TN ...... .lroi.h.s..a ....!.,.. ..r..N.........".tl.....

age 26. Lincoln Villa Home Demon-, I .t.bb.r. .-tow c n4. J LACK itay L

R. W. Gray, 1415 W. 8th Charles Sawyer stration Club was recently i! All cUri toy p.a'WONDERFUL FOB TOUCHING UPY.
For More Beautiful: St. 42 and young MEN'S CLUBHOLDSMEET .. ....it.. ww........C.C ....ssd.....sMs..dtrs M wk"
age Virginia C. held. rw j.st
baritone and an employee of ........d b.-......Me...... .w_...._rw Ew D.r.to .........
Hair Nettles, 1838 Jefferson St., the store also rendered two An informative program, -I DOES NOT INTIRFUE WITH PERMANENT WAVING
Use THELMA'S Products age 39. selections. He "Some- along with exhibits were ar- F.H rf"..clMMM i.wcfc b..U(..Ktli...J fp..tifc.CAUHON:1>M......recte4
sang ... ,
... D.b
: 4wr uw I'
aleclr o-iI 4 M.dw. ;
Sold in Seller's Jax Meat Braxton Love, 330 SpruceSt. where Along The Way" and ranged by :Mrs. Maudell'Hut-, M 1..d.L-A...c.a.n... Pik. per; Mt $2.50 (per ,.......... Ts>)>,-..c.. ......s.4.511.d.
., age 52 and Pearly R. "Strange" which also made a son, who was ehibit chairman .... .#.o I.s.r..-r.1.r..s. Tf M
Daylight & All Store _
I Drug Fountain, 311 Spruce St. age hit with those present. along 'with Mrs. JessieM. I: I DIXIE PHARMACYKings

25. Fears, head of the Home,I: The Brewster Men's Club
.,.. __ held j Road and Myrtla-
i at
:;>=>=><:>=>:=>=>=>=> -.c Economics of meeting was recently
> ""' '''-;;-<::: =<- ..? .?.? Department
\ Edward Waters College and Brewster Hospital with J. J.f f:
three i Nixon presiding.
C; :: :: :4 :::; :: : students in her clothing
FREE' RENDERS PROGRAMA class were the special fea-,,: Mrs. Elinor Gay of New You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

TU RKEY' ture of the program: :Stanton i DCT was presented

z. Music ,iby Jack H. Whittington, to
With was furnished by I
every purchase! the Gibbs Chapel choir under speak on the fine job that is i LOW PRICESOn
will be
presented -
program the direction DCT students. Rodell Rob-
of Mrs. Genea-
SINGERand by the Lone Star Homemakers :
$ tha Battles. being done at Brewster for

otherportables 15 Club November ,23 erts, vice president of the Your .
at 3p.m.. in the'Mt. Zion
I Board of Directors of Brew-
Methodist Church, the Rev.
ster Hospital and a memberof DRUG STORE NEEDS
Daniel Singleton, pastor. TO SPONSOR EVENTMrs. Stanton's faculty, spoke on
Your sewing machine
'"Our Thanksgiving Offering' -
the fine program being car- Trade With Your Neighborhood Draf Store
$39.50 value Electrified SlUG will be the theme for Mercdes W.. Lakeland ried on by the BrewsterJ.en's
Set-ice : the program. and co-workers will sponsor Club.Participants. *- WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED .

Walter H, White a member a winter fashion show, Nov. who partici-
: Q SupplieTfor all makes of the Duval County, 24 at 8 pjn. in the Elks pated in the skit, "What's IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

Public School System will Auditorium.Mrs. Your Line were: Miss
FBI AH DodonfJ
We DeOrcr We Also FrMtttp1fc
be the speaker for the occa Elizabeth Hayes will Louise Miller Miss Betty.

1959 PORTABLE -x49.00 sion. Baskets will be givento be the 1929 bride for the Brown Miss Judy Norwood,,

-SEWS FORWARD AND REVERSE" the needy.Invitations. event The affair is beingsponsored Miss Veronica Murphy, Miss f

1959 ZIG ZAG MACHINE.$119.00, for the benefit of Dorothy McQuay, Miss' Bar J Dixie Pharmacy

have been ex. the Past Daughter Annie bara Brooks and Miss Verona _

-Easy Terms FNB Plan- tended to the public by the! Stafford, under auspices of Collins. uo KINGS ROAD at UTBTLE AVENUE !

Phone 3-9977-For Free Home J/emonstration president, Mrs. Louise Mc-. Pride of Maceo Temple 186, Words of appreciation were TOONES EL 1-IIiIf-lS ;
Bride to attend the affair. IBPOE of W. given by C. Parham Johnson.. i

wRFDAaStreet MACHINE' & SUPPLY Services Sunday will begin l Mrs. Frances Thurston will Visitors were Mrs. George PAY YOUR LIGHT,WATER ANDTELEf: f

505' / EL 3-9$77 with Sunday School under be,the .1958 bride and Mrs. Lawson, Sandra Jones, Laura
White. 1925 bride. and llrs. Isadore Murphy. .



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ANNUAL SERVICES SUNDAYAnnual 25th anniversary of the- CHURCH. SLATES

Pallbearers Association of

America will be observed,; '
Womens Day wil]II be observed in the Central November 23 at Mt. Zion 'ANNUAL DAYGAINESWLLV -
Baptist Church, November: 2:5 through the day. t
The officers for the observance Baptist Church, soulhside
the Rev. J. L. Oliver, acting
are: Mrs. Jean V. Verdelle Mons. Mrs. Phobe tI Friendship -

Forrester, general chairman; Fields, Mrs. A. L. Gipson, pastor.A I Baptist Church will
Mrs. la M Ceaser, cochairman Mrs. Katherine Herring and program will be ren- celebrate Anneal Women's

; Miss Julia Monroe, secretary ,,,Mrs. P. Dorsey. dered with the following persons ,I k 'II Day, November 23 throughout -
; Mrs. R. L. Jones, pas- The public have been invited participating; they are: out day.
tor for the day; Mrs. Ethel to attend the obser the Rev. J. L Oliver, Rev.S. .r rt !;' I Officers for the observance

Seldon, program committee.! vance. P. Roberson, Mrs. Thelma rI t .
Mr S.V1 te. actingp.'lStor
chairman Mrs. Mildred B. I
; Ray Mrs Susie McGraw, Mrs.I $t ; Mrs. Gladys Fpye,
co-chairman Mrs. A.
; YOUTH DAY SERVICE C. B. King, Miss Irma Lundy chairman; Mrs. Charity i

L Gipson; youth committee' SCHEDULED SUNDAY I Miss Penulopa Thompson,I N T 1WIYLLw:.. .. ....lW ...., a Brown, co-chairman; Mrs.
chairman Miss Patricia'Small
; Mrs. Jessie Mae: Polke, Mrs.I Tlieora Trapp, Mrs. Marietta
Miss Verdelle Mons I'
Carrie Moore, the Gospelite Mrs. Inez Jackson,
Miss Patricia Brown, co-chair[ WILLISTON New Hope Brown
Singers, Rev. L. A. music committee; Mrs. Sarah
man; Mrs. Hannaha Mitchell,i Baptist Church will observe
Rev. E. M. Tolbert Mrs.
Ivory, Mrs. Louise Davis, and
decoration committee chair- Youth November 23 r t
Clara Tillman and Mrs Ella Mrs.\ Hattie L. Williams finance -
man; Mrs. Melvinia Carter,' throughout the day with Ra-. R. Telfair. tr committee; Mrs. Cecelia
cochairman.Mrs. I leigh Wallace, general chair I 4 Shamake general secretary.The .
man in charge. Programs will
Gussie Tucker music rU sprvires:: will begin ruth
be presented at each service. I Sunday School at 9-30: a.m.
committee chairman; Mrs.I PRETHANKSGIVINGSERVICE
4- Ann Brinkley, co-chairman The Home Mission meetingwas I I I Ifi with Mr*. S. C. Price in
Mrs. Edith Taylor, sponsor;: held in the home of I TO BE HELDA I w k r charge. Teachers are: Mrs.
Mrs. L. A. Williams recently.
committee chairman Mrs. I Cornelius Norton Mrs. Edna
Florine V Quarterman Mrs.,'Present at the meeting were: Tanksgiving tea will be Hart. Mrs. Christine Cato,
Mattie Lawrence, co-chair';!Mrs. Ida Simmons, :Mrs. C. E. sponsored by Choir No 2 of Mrs. Elizabeth \V .nn, Mrs.
man; Mrs. Julia V Monroe Sams, Mrs. Hattie Primes, Second Baptise Church on FcY.a 3 Bessie Jackson. Mrs. Annie-
Mrs. Hattie Drummer, Mrs.I r : review the les-
publicity committee chair-: I Sunday from 3 to5 p. m. in Pridgen will
Bertha Williams, Mrs. Ida'Mae the basement of the church. son. ,
man, Mrs. Geneva R MasseyJcochairman I 1
Smith, Mrs. L. A. \ViI-
Mr. Aaron C. Jackson is
Mrs Addie Ras- '
; servicei
hams, Mrs. Bessie Mae Wes- Devotional<< -
berry, special efforts com-' program and assisting him is e-in at 11 am. with Mrs. Mary
ley, Cynthia Drummer and '
mittee chairman '' retta Blount. MrsJuanita Re- $
; Mrs. Mar- i' Debose and Mrs. Etta Turnip-
tha Williams, Mrs, Elmira' A. Wesley. I I Mrs. Izola Flemming, Mrs. Loretta -I I >t A t seed in charge. Participants
The next will be
Mundy, co-chairmen; Mrs. L. held meeting Blount, Mrs. Juanita Re- ;_ of the morning service are
in the
home of Mrs. I ;
E. Rhue, finance committee I ynolds Archibald Pray Mrs. Miss Hattie Williams, Mrs.
chairman; Mrs.K.S. Herring' Phyllis Clayatt.SPIRITUAL Tasker Jenkins, Mrs Miriam Unice Carter, Mrs. Fannie M.

Mrs. Carolyn Kendrick, cochairman -' London. Mrs Alme Harris, Goodman, Mrs. Arrena Holmes -
SINGERSSET Mrs, Hattie Chambers and Mrs. Cora P. Robinson,
Captains are. Mrs. A. L.I' ANNIVERSARYThe Mrs. Alean W. Tarver and ,<;':'m t 7.," \f-'. I I 1 I Mrs. Callie Brooks and Mrs.
p pv
Alston Mrs. E. Seldon, Mrs.I Mr.s. Sadie Allen Blanche Brown.
I t
:, ;*.
E. Gertman Mrs. : ,
Freddie M. fifth anniversary of j Mrs. Gladys C. Vaught .': I I Youni People's Hour will
Jackson, Mrs.P.Dorsey, Mrs.'' j the Willing Workers Spirit serves as director and organistof i ': t' 'J. l begin at 7 p.m. with Mrs.
Gussie Tucker, Mrs. Addle'i 1 ual Singers will be observed,! the choir, and Rev. J. C. s kk tt _' i Versie Dixon and Mrs. Lucille
Rasberry, Mrs. Allie M. Thomas -|:November 26 at 8:30 p. m.at' Sams is the pastor of the :\, ,C" ,, 1 I I Perkins in charge of the de-
M Mrs. Mary Law, Miss I\the receration center. |,church. { : votion.
: I
I|I Mrs. Elizabeth Glasper will
II the speaker for the closing

.1 I ANNUAL THANKSGIVING ._ ____ II I service.
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_ CHRISTIAN AID SOCIETY CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY Members of the firstanniversary of the

Christian Aid Society 5 of Day Spring Baptist Church and friends who participatedin pastor of Sweetfield will be
the celebration of the 58th anniversary of the organization are seen in the photos observed beginning December
c /1 above. Seen in the top photo sitting from left to right are: Mrs. Flora Crosby Mrs. I congregations in charge of
Sarah Glenn. Mrs. Cornelia R. Muse Mrs Iver Adair and Mrs. Amanda Nipper. with variouc ministers and
Standing are Mrs Luretta Hayward Mrs. Hattie Grant Mrs. Essie P. Walker Mrs. services.
Mary Brayboy. Mrs. Ardella Abrams and Mrs -Esiella Coats. Shown in the center are:
Tte celebration will beginof
; '\ .L Mrs. L. Fleming, Mrs. Hattie Ashley. Mrs. Alberta Blackshear. Mrs. Carrie L. Mallard Aatioch Baptist. and the-
Mrs. Elizabeth Dickson. Wilie Reenesv and Robert Mallard.
at the Rev. J. J. Jones pastor
Shown in the bottom photo from left are: 'Sam Hall. Mrs. Bertha Bryer. Mrs. associated
Rev. T. Grimes
Jereldine Aldridge. Mrs. Josephine Jamison secretary: Mrs. Mamie B. Anderson.
minister of First Baptisein
president: Mrs. Diana Bell Mrs Mary West financial secretary. Mrs. Eliza McQueenand
O. C. Jernigan, treasurer. charge.
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GP rt: GRANTMEMORIAL ANNOUNCES CHURCH NOTES and throug congregations Dec 15. will Rev appear W.-

; uREg -A A. Mack, pastor of Jerusalem
E Baptist and the Rev. W. M.
r\!\ i oiK p"d E WORSHIP SERVICEAT Cummings, pastor of West
: pastor of Mt. CalveryFern-
.. t Grant Memorial AME Church will observe Homecoming, andina Beash, Rev. A. Anderson
1, November 23: through December 3 with the pastor, the Rev. .Miss Sallye M. Daniels will pastor of Church,
I I. D. Hinson delivering the message. be the main speaker Sunday Kingsland, Ga., Rev. DallasA.
when the young women of Graham, pastor of Mt.
At 8 p. m, the Rev. R. Jj i'AME Church will be in the ST. Phillips Church will, Ararat Baptist Church.

Baline and congregation will: charge of service and a pro- have charge of the first monthly i The celebration is sponsored -
\\9c be in charge of the service.,:
gfam will be presented by : worship service. by districts one throughsix
_ ERS Dr: D: B: Thorpe and con- with the following deacons
t1 R gregation of New Hope AME I!'Mrs. Bessie Allen. will be soloist for the occ- in charge. Frank Bell-

Church will render service I The Rev. Robert Wilson ...Miss Gwendolyn Johnson!; amySam Williams J. W.

\ I and congregation of Bethel I asion and there will be a coffee -Anderson, A. D. Grant, Mose
also.On :Baptist Institutional Church i I and fellowship honr in BrooksFreddie Carroll, Rai-
November 24 the Rev: :will conduct service, December -i the basement of the church.I I ford McKinnonJohn William,
H. H. Robinson- and congregation -,' 1.On. I I Dan Tate, E. Butler, Acy Mc- a
of Mt.. Sinai Baptist I I All members of the Ep-I Kinnonjoel Denard, Robert
Church will be in charge of I December 2 the Rev. IM I I I their parents are invited to I Charlie BrownPeter Smith
; MODR66016 'l service. j I : Dixon and congregation I!|I Johnson and R. King.
Church and
iscopal Young
; : SS 'of Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist -
: SMOItE Service, November 25 will Church will render ser attend. I
i j-k be conducted by the Rev. S. vice.
SNpP w der of Baldwin. The Rev: A E Crumady' BISHOP M. BAKER PRESENTS PROGRAMA
: o EN $1 7995 and congregation of St. Paul CLOSES ANNIVERSARYThe
1 The Rev. J: C: Sams and I Baptist Church will be in i
congregation of Second Baptist charge of the closing service. 14th anniversary of program will be presented
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by the Women's Missionary
-- Church will be in chargeof Bishop M. Baker pastor of -
:" service, November 26. j I the Holy Church, will terminate Society of ML Moriah
Thanksgiving service will. November 23. AME Church, under the lead
be conducted, November 27. SAINT AUGUSTINE On November 23 the ElderD. ership of Mrs. Albertha Reed,

rF F On November 28 the Rev. COLLEGE CHOIR Faulk, pastor of the Mrs. Gertrude Morse, Mrs.
SAVE $100 W. M. Grimes,pastor of First TO APPEAR HEREThe Church of the LiVing God, Savannah Odessa Lane. Mrs. Annie Fel-]
INCLUDES 2-100 LB. TANKS GAS Baptist ,Church will be in Georgia, will be in der, Mrs. Madeline Haynes,
Free TURKEY charge of the service. charge of the closing servicesof and Mrs. Geneva B. Palmer,
NO POWN-PAYMENT WITH: TRADE-IN FOR THANKSGIVING members of St. Philips the anniversary. November 30 throughout the
The address
Homecoming Episcopal Church, Father T. day.
When you present"ibis Ad. will be delivered:by the Rev.S. .
COOK BY 7 ? Y Vincent Harris, rector will 2-STAR Some of the city's leading
US BY 11
: OLD CUSTOMERS H: Hunter, pastor of Allen
the famous St. Am-
a Dew euatomer.and you Temple AME,Church,Tampa.At sponsor .GOSPEL CRUSADERS artists will appear on the pro-
BUY AT DUVAL PAY AT DUVAL get a Free Turkey tool 7:30 p. ''m., November gtistine College Choir of flak SPONSOR RECITALA gram.

C. S. Williams, Director of eigh, North Carolina, in a re- recital will be presentedby The observance wil be
Public Relations of its Eleven cital, December 2 in the auditorium the Gospel Crusaders November known as "Missionary Day."
Duval Appliance; i Epistle District will deliver of New Stanton Sen- 23 at 8:30 p.m. at The proceeds will be used

i OTHER LOCATIONS: the message. Music will be ior High School. Roberts Temple First Born to send three representativesand
furnished by New Stanton Church, 75 Lewis St., Atlantic the district president of
$05$ S. McDuff Ave. Glee Club and Choir No 2 of : The group is under the direction Beach Mrs. Ada Roberts, the society to the annual con-

,: Stores 3825; Blinding Bird Grant Memorial AME of Prof. J. C. Moore pastor.Invitations. ference which will convene in

3316 N. Beach Bird. Church. who is a native of Hartford have been extended -SL Paul AME Church, St.

.'. ; ': where he received his to the public to attend Augustine. beginning Decem-
_ .829 'PEARL ST. (AT STATE): At 3 p. m. the Rev. R. A. COWL, L ber 10 at 10 ajn. .

,- t:-1 J>- King, pastor. ,of Payne Chapel high school education. ; ..II the'affair.; .. ._>. .&. < .' ,. :;. -

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Week-Ending Saturday. November 22. 1958 THE FLORIDA STAB__ I M _, f Paae Fh'


I tIEIi P&T Fashion Crown To Student-Model P .

Pre-Thanksgiving services Annual Thanksgiving Day ; Charles Forest Jones-138 Mrs-:-Annie Bell-1039 Wilcox : :
will begin at Bethel Baptist service will be held at St. Paul Central Avenue St Augus- Stret died November 11- t, :" '

Institutional Church, Novem- Lutheran Church, 2730 W. tine died recently; in Flagler and funeral rites will be held at' \ \

ber 23 and will terminate November Edgewood Avenue, Pastor Hospital following a short ill at 3 p m,November 22 in the -- +
James D. Bouman November
30.Theme 27 at 10:30 ness chapel of Dallas Graham ..\\t; ,
a.m. Survivirs are: wife, Mrs Funeral Director with a local :
for the services are Pastor James D. Bouman !i Rost Lee Jones; daughter, minister officiating.
"Questions Jesus Asked." will deliver the address and : Mrs Majone Caldwell.grand Survivors are: sisters, :Mrs :T
The following subjects have music will be furnished by the I| t 3 I' children, Clarence Jones Jr, Zadie Anathony and Mrs Ma
been announced in keeping Senior Choir of the church. 4 Robert Allen bell Wiggins brother
Betty Jean, ; Wallace -
with the theme they are: November Gifts of food and clothing I Patricia Ann and Johnnie L Brooks; aunt. Mrs Annie

25, "What To Do will be received for distribution This- v na Jones; sisters, Mrs :Mollie Bailey; Nieces, Miss Lucille

About Blessings"; December to a needy family. the! Thomas,Lucille Hanes,Annie Edwards, Miss Francis Blake jktp4 *
2, "Usual Business"; Decem- project is supervised by A Tomlin and Lillian Jones, and :Mrs Clara Flemming '.
ber 9, "Faith-Antidote for Dorcas Society, an organizaition and relatives and other relatives.
Fear" December 16 "The of women in the congre- :,
; Funeral rites will be announced -'
Marks of Genuine Religion"; gation. later ;t
December 23, "The Gift and Invitations have been extended -Lk I, REV TAYLOR TO SPEAK
the Giver," a pre-Christmas to the public to attend ] i

message; December 31, the service. t YL'r r Jonathan Thomas d i e d The Rev. Eddie Taylor will
"What Do You Want?" November 18 in a local hos-' be the guest speaker when

The public have been invited pital; Survivors include his I the Senior Mission Society of Mrs. Margurite Belafonte.
to attend each service. ANNIVERSARY SET --- mother, Mrs: Leola Morgan I First Baptist Church observesits national co-chairman of the'

BY TRUE PAL CLUB pf .r ,i I brothers, James, Dennis and 8th anniversary on Dec- 1958 Flight for Freedom

UNITED SINGERS k ..w. F d T\ Lt David Lee Thomas; sister,!ember 8th. Fund campaign of the Na-
I Miss Dorothy Mae Thomas;! Participants tional Association for the
PRESENT I on the -
PROGRAMA The True Pals Social Club sister-in-law, Mrs Cora L!II program I Advancement
will be the Male Cho- of Colored
observed its anniversary Chapel recently I Thomas, and other relatives ; rous of Zion Hope Baptist I People, wil speak at St.
-at the Holsey
Funeral i
!l 1 services to be anI ChurchChoir No 2 of First Paul AME Church. November -
program will l he sponsored CME A Church. was presented ( 4 I nounced Cornithand Mrs' Garee Step- i 23 at 3:30 p.m.

by the United Singers As- with program the following persons : hens will serve as mistressof --- -- -

sociation of Fonda Novem- participating: Mrs. Mary Slater "4 :.xY:- Sy x ;y tt I Mrs: lona William Collins ceremonies I yet 00''ie Star Advertisers
ber 23 at 8:30 at the Johnson Mrs. Jackson 253 -
p.m. Mrs. Leola a : Goodwin St:
Elks Auditorium, 712 Duval Sarah Coley, Mrs. Essie B. i J died suddenly in her, home, -
Street. Adams, Laretta Lockett, Mrs. November 16: l .. .
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Scheduled to appear on the Tonnie Senton, Ella Fulton, Funeral service wil be held 1
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Ella Tisdale and the November 23 at 3
program are the Versiteer Mrs. of Palmer NIt YOLK Her own creation of a striking evening gown an l Emanuel p m in r .1 Now's The Time To Order High Quality
ReB.. Nelson convertible! cape brings the coveted 1958 Park & Tilford trophy tohighschool Baptist Church Clean ?
Singers, Mrs. Laura Jackson, Gro\- Baptist Church. I senior Vivian Jackson as "Miss Best-Dressed" at the 13th with the Rev. S; L. Badger Burning
the Sons of Prayer, Solomon Mrs. Annie Ruth Pickett is annual Negro Press Photographers' Ball. Miss Jackson 17. was picked officiating.Survivors. C 0 I For your stove or fireplaceby
Timmons, and the Master the general chairman and I from among 50 contestants by a jury of fashion experts and civic lead- include husband a the BAG or by the TON
at the Renaissance Ballroom here Hallowe'en Night October 31.
ers en
Keys. Mrs. Sarah Coley, cochairman. Shown presenting P&T trophy ard: extra prize of wrist watch is Selbron Jackson; sisters Miss ALL SEASONS ICE & FUEL CO.
The is I Sidney Sladon. account executive for the sponsoring distilling house Maude Williams, Mrs Birder i c; "Our 17th Year"
program being pre- The company has sponsored the award for the past eight years t Blair and Mrs Annie. Mae 5883 Norwood Ave. PO 4.4511
sented for the .benefit of the YOUNG Miss Townsend who later was cro ned "Miss Negro Press Photog- Childres '
E. foster
W. brother
Orphanage; the Old Folks REV. raphers' Ball of 1958," won the best-dressed award for her formal ; Isaiah -
Home and the less fortunate. PLANS ANNIVERSARYThe .gown in peau de soie fabric and combination cape-overskirt made of Postell brother-in-law,I I
Invitations have been i the same material with a lining of shimmering white metallic fabric. Henry C Blair and Ernest' I-
extended .A senior at Jamaica High School in Queen County, New York City Childres and other relatives ""
to the public to attend anniversary of the she designed the winning costume after two years of fashiondesignstudy. ----- : )
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the program. Rev. W. E. Young, pastor of' A part-time professional model Miss Jackson resides with her ---

Tabernacle Baptist Church I .i family,._ 6-at...114-66'.. 175th_, _place_ _, St._ _Albans_____ _Qreens__County.--+- .
KEEP HAIR FROM will be observed, November, dLkDr \ CHOO CHOOO

GOING BACK 23 at 3 p.m. The Rev. D. B GOSPEL SINGER -LIfAft

ATM REPELLENT : Church will conductthe
..TOUR. HAUL CUTTEU AND SHINE' *FOU WEEKS The Pentecostal Holiness
REMAINS service.
MUGGBT' OR i' pastor, will Every Color In The Rainbow
f-I min a iflAUAAtOMX -UH IIeI'SIlMrz wil be presented by Deaconess DEACONESS BOARD present four "Step Look"
nationally known
oard No. 2, November 25! gospel
/ 9. eG the church. Mrs. Carrie I SETS ANNIVERSARYThe groups in a four-way song
_I _.MK Jv AN _.._ Pinkney is president. ;' the Duval CQunty SALE
---- -' Deaconess Board oi 1". Armory, November' 30 at 8

;'I West Frienship Baptist Chu-. p.m. t''':: '' .. .- ".,' '- 'H- .... .""'t
i i ish will observe its 39th anni- The program is being pre- 1-
Mrs.Inez Biv-
: versaryNovember 23 at 3 .
ens, Mrs. Ethel Davenport 89 EXTRA SPECIAL7 -
I I program will be pre- Bannister
'I Mrs. Laura Jack
20 BROAD STREET EL 4-7748 I sented with the following:, son and Mother Helen Thomas __ PIECE DINETTE SET
Call For Free Home Demonstration I I persons participating Mrs. I 'x Including Full Service

-- Maggie Harris Mrs. Callie I I Songsters to the r 1 'v For 4 in Beautiful Dinnerware -
9 apear are '
-- Jackson, Mrs. Lillie Mathews, Five Blind Boys of Alabama, I >r i S \ f ?< and Silverware

GIVENS FISH AND POULTRY Mi-s-Sylvia Prester of West I the Suwanee Quintet of Augusta -

1305 Myrtle Avenue EL 5.2988 Union Baptist Church, Mrs. Ga., the Davis Sisters .. N :, Complete and ready for
Lessie Harris, Mrs Eunice I and th
eAngelic Singers of turkey with all its
OPENING SPECIALS -- Williams, Mrs. Lovie Young,I Philadelphia. 6 Aw-1 J .. 9J good
Mrs. Mattie Blunt the Rev rrA. g t> Thanksgiving goodies.

Fryers ____n___________ ________________ 29c lb. R. L. Wilson, Rev. W. C.Neal Ken Knight will be the mas- NYr
35e lb.. and othersSPIRITUAL ter of ceremonies fpr the occasion .
with the Gospel Echoes .
Large Roe Mullet 23e lb. and Essie Mae Thomas in

charge of the opening of the
WhIting 23c program.
Speckled Trout ---- .45c lb.. Appearing on the program
I will be Melvin Grace ElderJ.
49. lb. ,
Fresh Water Catfish MRS.
S. Collins Mrs M. L. B. M. BELAFONTETO .

Spots .- 22e lb. Story,1.Irs. M. Collins, Miss SPEAK AT SAINT
Laretta Larkin, Holy Travelers PAUL '' \ :: .
Large ShrimpsStandard SSe 1b. Mrs. J. Robinson, MrsC. AME'SUNDAY n /,firsr. "v4: I ; : = = : = : : : : OJ

Oysters for Slewing _- -:-- sSe 1b. Sanders, Mrs. Retha M < : ? i :T
Lang :Mrs. Mary Nealy, Sing- Mrs. Margurite\ Belafontewill

We Appreciate Your Busing ing Trumpets, Mrs Maggie speak at St. Paul AME\ : I J 5 PC. DINETTE SETS
Hines, and others. Church, November 23 at 3:30 a
p.m. I!

** ltylr********** tit*** IryF***, ************ Mrs. Belafonte is National $ )Q88- $ 88- $4888 .
ic co-chairman of the 1958 Fight
ic f The Adult Education, Department for Freedom campaign of the

ic) OF THE BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION National l Association for the IN
.Advancement of Colored Pea ALL COLORS

*: 5 Regrets To Announce That The Series FNAACP's campaign is the ir % H /J .

THE AMERICAN STORY : fund-raising effort.

Which Began Last Wednesday Night On. :radio Prior ventures to her,newspaper she had servedas and S / : : ,==-:=.::. : ::. ::.' ::. ::. :::. ::. :::. ::. ::. : ::. --- .

-K ,_ ETV CHANNEL 7 -- *' : an educational director in
early childhood training for
Will Be Fees Will Be Refunded the of $
Postponed city New York and as 5S88
To Those Who Have Already Enrolled a York teacher-training University.The at New 5 PC. DINETTE SET All Colors . complete

*: Resumption of the Series Will Be Announced Fight for Freedom $ 6888

***********************++*++*++ ****** ;Fund campaign this year 5 Pc. DINETTE SET All Colors. . complete ,

.. .. .. seeks to raise money to underwrite '
.. .. ...-.....'" the $
.... ... work of the 5 Pc. 7888. .
Z NAACP. DINETTE SET All Colors .; complete

OWEN CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC ___ r, .---------------------1 7 PC. DINETTE SET AH Colors, .'),:.;.. $ 8888 complete

+ '
& LAUNDRY $10888
ARTHRITIS 7 Pc. DINETTE SET AH 'Colors. '. .y;s. complete
[-Save on Gah.8c'. : Carry- .
i Arthritis Is the most common condition affect ice=' .. i $118 88

Lug and dffxltfj persons of 40 and ore today. : Experienced 9 Pc. DINETTE SET AU Colors . complete .

0 .Arthri1I. may affect any mo able Jolnt In the : Hand .

bu 11 usually begins In the hand feet .4 : Finishing
body DR GSEESON1me
DB. OWEN back. The area around Jolnts became lendsn red.. swoUea. : c"N\? -:- TOOT-TOOT CAR
&; ysuldars or may : HATS I .F 9 ; I
With the pain WOr8O In the mom1ng and gradually seeming to leave you after 1'OU, : 1 CCLEANED JUMP ABOARD S A L
0 around. You may fee1.1red and rattle when the pan fa wono. ID the .early I I81ages
_ mOTe the paIn often ..... to _lea.e completely for a few weeb Deli: 10 come hack i: BLQCKEE: .

worse late r -*
/ : tnJ.Ded. to find aDd correct the bale I ICOlldWon. J SPEARS BROTHERS
A Doctor of ChJropradc: Sa caue For Better. Cleaning S r
Time may a1latr. your.ccm, ltkmI, o J)801' ,4 worse. A ChIropnd1c axaminrP : 1aJ- :. ., .
is for- to f1ad .1f f can be yo1In. : .
"t1o you ELm 6-0593
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'go Six THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday November 22. 1958
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WILLISTON The Semi-I R. D. Walton in charge. The

I annual one day session of the! choir of St 'Matthew will be
I Wcmens Home Mission and in charge of the song serviceat

Educational District Conven- 11 a.m.
tion, auxiliary to the JeruSalem -
I :t PTA OFFICERS Baptist Association, Mrs. Versia Dixon will be

K Annual Calendar Tea i the Rev. W. J. Taylor, mod- in charge of the services at

will be sponsored by the .1 Officers for the 1958-59 erator, Mrs. L. Williams, 2:30 p.m. and the sermon will
P-TA of "Matthew Gilbert j| e r m of Richard Lewis president will convene with be delivered by the Rev. S.
PTA were installed by W K. the Mt. Bethel Baptist Jackson.
High School, November 23 at <' Harper, president of the Church, Micanopy, November

4 p.m. in the auditorium of Florida Sta').! Congress of 23, the Rev. W. J. Jonesis
: Colored Parents and Teachers the host
the school. pastor. SAY YOU SAW IT
: in the auditorium of the
Miss Marvyne: Elizabeth school. t ,? Sunday School will beginat IN TIDEFLORIDA
i q,: 9:30: a.m. with the Rev.
Betsch will be the featured$ The installation address Y ,

: soloist for the occasion. Sheis was given by R. V. Daniels, t STAR

PROFESSOR the daughter of Mrs. Mary ,1Ii '|1 1 president of Duval County

Dr. Ollie M. Bowman of Betsch and the late John TJ!Parents and Teachers Coun- LEARN TO DRIVE
Williamsburg. Virginia re- Ii Betsch. She recently returned cil. LONGSHOREMEN'S WELFARE Theodore Redding ;\i Secure Drivers' License
cently joined the Florida from study in Germany -! Officers for the P-TA: are: veteran insurance man and administrator of the r Real Estate
A&M University faculty as Mrs. Josephine Greene, presi- Welfare; Pension and Vacation Fund of the International -! SAFEWAY DRIVING G
professor of animal hus- t! dent; Joseph Johnson, vice Longshoremen's Association is seen at center SCHOOL $ LOANS $
bandry in the school of Mrs. Juanita Harper will president; Miss Artie C. Patterson giving instructions to Miss Thomasina Calhoun. secre- 600 West Beaver Street
agriculture and home eco serve as mistress of ceremonies -i' recording secretary; tary and claim clerk while Mrs. Lois Randall accountantis Office ELgin 5-7742 $1.000 $:.000 $3.000

nomics. Dr. Bowman received for the event. i i Mrs. Dorothea Calvin, financial seen at right. I S4.000 op to $.5,000I
Res. 4-0639
the bachelor of science I secretary; Mrs. Nora The I. L. A. pension office the only one in the ELgin I Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred
Some of the to
degree from Hampton Institute participants Jackson, treasurer; Raiford South Atlantic area having an all-Negro staff is responsible GEORGE PERPENA. Dir i on unpaid balance at 6%.

.the master of appear Rev. B.on J.program Williams are:Miss the;4 Brown, Sr., parliamentarian. I for nearly a quarter of a million dollars whichis Let us help you to completeyour
science degree from Kan- Mrs. Vera Wilson, chap- placed in escrow by eight shipping companies to house or refinance 38
Juanita Hart Mis Delores I
lain; Lawrence Council reporter provide death benefits and monies for hospitaliialion I in the
sas State College and the years same place.
Waddell Edward Waters College .
doctor of philosophy de- i ; the Rev. Joseph Ray, disability and Vacations for more than seven hundred -4 S I -Call';"
Chorus Charles F.
; public relations co-ordinator; and their families. I
from the State Collegeof employees
Washington. His area of James.. Nelson.and Mrs. Elizabeth'M. Mrs. M. L. Patterson, program -' The office is located at 339 West State Street.; ; J. P. YOUNG
i chairman; Mrs. Wilma
specialization is animal nu- ,,_ ;
trition. Table chairmen are: Janu-! Jones and Mrs. Dorothea Cal- MUSICAL RECITAL --- LtflH tJ1A Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh _

ary, Mrs. Johnnie M: Stubbs!vin, mothers club chairman; i Main and Monroe ,
and Mrs. Lillian Ford; Feb Mrs. Gerturde Moore, Mrs. SET AT ST. PAULST. i sale relief insecono. 1 ill Masonic Temple Bldg.

ruary, Mrs. Verdie Cruse, Eva Graham and .Mrs. Norris: } i i'S Phone EL 4014
vwww March, Mrs. Vera Johnson; : Jackson, annual tea chair-i! } I Ir I EL U3V1

Enroll Now in the April, Mrs. Maxine Royster; !men. : AUGUSTINE A mu-

South's Finest College May, Mrs. Mary Whetstone I : sical recital will be presentedin
and Mrs. LImmie Lee Den-: MASONIC FAMILIES r
the St. Paul AME Church
FLORIDA BARBER and Mrs. Mildred Davis. I J featuring Choir. No. 2 of
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i iI AUGUSTINE .y .i
COLLEGE BRANCH Grant Memorial AMEI i, e !yr 55 1907 Kings Road at Spires
July, Mrs. Edith Nixon and : November 23, the cornerstone' Church, November 23 at 8';
630 Davis St. at Beaver Mrs. Lola Scott; August Mrs. ,laying for the new educational I
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Gertrude Moore; September,,'' building at the St. I TA :
p.m.The Where Experienced
Phone: EL 5-9874 Mrs. Ruth Smith and Mrs.:', Paul AME Church will be recital is being sponsored -i : M
| % Pharmacists Prepare
Mildred Forehand October conducted.The I t
MI'-otot-ot? .yotA. .? ; i the
for the benefit of Your
1 Prescription According -
Mrs. Delores Brown and Mrs. '. Masonic families from I. I
Annual Men's Day celebra- gec .fir to your doctor's
+. .. Margaret Mitchell; November St. Johns County and sure!: tion to be observed, instructions Using 4..
Mrs. Ella L. Jones will in Novem-j
] rounding be
; areas
''! ber"30 with T. H. only the best quality : .
FIGHT BOMBS December, Mrs. M o z e 11 e charge of the cornerstone' : ;
4. chairman and Otis Mason, co- drugs.
Jones and Mrs. Katie Tutson.l i'laying. The Rev. A. J. Day- chairman. .
WITH BALLOTS Mrs. Ethel Holzendorf and ley, presiding elder of the St. :1 i .

. Mr MatlJLe Williams are Augustine District, AME The Grant Memorial Trio NOW AT FAMU Dr. Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. J. Graham

chairmen of the event. Church. will be heard also. William R. Johnson who -:- -:- -:-

"i received the doctor of phil-
osophy degree
<. X' r University of Pennsylvaniaand Cosmetics :- Rubber Goods .:. Candies -:- Sundries

Prairie View State College
is now professor of chemis-
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1 : I versity. Dr Johnson re- I _
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Mft Carolina College and the

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tre Dame. He is from I I
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(A&M Staff Photo taken Our very liberal
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Week Ending ,Saturday. ,November 22' 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Sevea
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: Gator Bowl To Be Scene Of Annual Classic Thursday I

If : > : FOOTBALL GAME! 1 ': .';.;.;; .. ,'., ..' ..: ,; ::._;<_I'' STANTON BLUE DEVILS TO MEET
:" co > :
S : k f j.1 ) ..t1 ; b:: TO BENEFIT JAX .:: fLi : <>. .f. FIGHTING PANTHERS OF GILBERTBY _


t Thursday November 27. 1958 will be a memorable day

t! 1mt 'in Jacksonville when the two outstanding city rivals meet
'I in the Gator Bowl in one of the season's finest and best
L By C. Parham Johnson A benefit footbal game on[
played games as the Blue Devils of New Stanton High
THE EAST-WEST CLASSIC schedule for the Gator behalf of the local Urban School and the Fihting Panthers of Matthew W. Gilbert

Bowl Thanksgiving night Is a regular scheduled game be League's campaign fund will meet in the East-West Classic.
t tween the) Stalon Blue Devils and the Matthew W. Gilbert ,be played on December 5, The most outstanding fea-, -- -- --- --

Fighting Panthers. A little misunderstanding has arisen in :beginning at 8 p.m. in the, w ture of the game is the clean, 1 the name of Classic. Strangeas
the belief that the Classic was just originated to bring the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park, ac- I I :
in event. It named East- cording to Dr. J. I. E. Scott,I fair and sportsman like spi- it may seem, it is one of
two teamS together ,a special was I
West Classic because of the location of the two schools. director of Negro Schools in rit that both teams display 1 the largest drawing gamesto

FLORIDA AM-: UNIVERSITY -- Duval County and_ Dr. H. during the game. Over a: ] be played in the city at
occasions with the Chicago James Greene, coordinator of any time during the, football
will honor ex- period of years the two teams !
Cardinals and the Pittsburg season. The two teams are
the schools efforts for the
Rattler Willie Galimore at have battled each other in a'i'!:
Steelers was recently cut off league's campaign.The coached by two of the finest
the 26th Annual Orange Blossom .
hard fought that is decided staffs to be found
by the Bears, but was im- clash the game coaching
Dec. 13. on gridironwill
Classic in:Miami
i Galimore, now with the Chi- ntediately signed by the Chi- be between two local t = : by points and not by i .anywhere. The coaches themselves

cago Bears has been a lead- cago Cardinals. Bobby, who teams after the regular sea- =( / .. S fists and foul means of play. represent the last
word in It is
of the most outstand- sportsmanship.
was one
stand- son has been completed Coach James :
ing factor in the Bears (Bubbling
thir desire to win, but not
ing players ever produced at
in the National Football stated Dr. Greene, who also Small
ing i of Stanton and Coach
Ohio State is I at an cost.
s The Sensational Gali University nowa said that the teams selected I any
League. !'Earl of Matthew
teammate of the Ollie Kitchings
more has been the talk of the great would be evenly matched in Both teams will take the
t :Matson, who is called by accordance with their record 7w : W. Gilbert have inspired)I
league from the time he car- { field with many of the players -
ried the ball the first time as many the the today.greatest player in during the past season. Ip1tSS&b their teams to get in there\ singing their swan song

to the date. game A real old fashion and the but and will be out there
a pro up I mam- play game, play they
WILLIE (Wild Bill) Mc- t
THE FIGHTING PAN- Clung of the Cleveland moth parade has been planned > I it like athletes and not as I giving their best to leave an

THERS of Matthew W. Gil- Browns continues tQ play to help arouse public : hoodlums. Play the type of honorable contribution t o
interest in this affair and their schools.
bert High has been more
spectacular football for the | that will represent the
than sensational during the serving as chairman of the : ; game
Browns. A former FloridaA I Whoever win the it
It has parade arrangements and school and be a credit to the game,
I 1958 season. come & M Rattler, McClung can be assured that it will
indeafeated halftime show at the is team is what has been in-
through an season '
( started his pro career with I stilled be a well fought and well
r with flying colors. The Professor George B. Nairn, in the players.:
Steelers and
Pittsburgh The best of
:I' principal at A. L. Lewis Ele- fought game.
team has functioned unit
as a
was with the Steelers until mentary School. E. L. Banks a ,. The rivalry between the luck to both teams.
throughout the year and up : ,
to this point they have shownno I PRENTICE GAUTT the assistant principal at New two teams have not created
Stanton Senior an tnmity among the players. -
signs of letting If one High
up. I first tan player with the Ok-
will Well trained, well coached -
should ask who the star of lahoma Sooners serve as parade marshall .
University for the and wll behaved athletes
the team is, that would be a
\ hsa become for i
a sparkplug will battle it out the
on gridiron 1SVOURNAME
very hard question to answer. special "Miss Urban.League"
his team. He'put on a stellar I for the
UNDEFEATED SEASONSin performance against Colo- Contest is currently city champion- ,
Jacksonville has become a rado. He galloped for 117- being conducted under the ship which was won last year
the Stanton Blue Devils.
Last the Blue supervision of by
specialty. year yards on 16 carries for a 7.5 Mrs Ethel
Devils fielded one of the best The Oklahoma Spears and Mrs. :Mary Jones. The game is a regularly
average. Daily scheduled "9"Conference INTHEBook
all-around combinations in Any Big
sports editor said of Gautt: young lady in the !
football to hit this city in "It Gautt like county and nearby communities game and was not originatedfor \
was rolling a I
moons. The New Stan- are eligible to a classic, but because of
many freight who crackedthe enter the ? --
runaway I I BABY HATTLEH COACH The picture is that of the great amount of interest I
ton team went through a sea ice for Oklahoma. contest. The young lady who |
son unscarred by defeat and i Out scoring of the clear blue sky I turns in the highest amount I Bobby Lang, a Jacksonville product who starred at I manifested by the fans, it '
1 1I
many of the members of that Prentice Gautt broke loose I II' I for ticket sales (for the foot-, Stanton High School and then went on to become one was shifted to the Gator I
team are now performing I through the middle of the line I ball game) will be crowned i Bowl and given the name
of the all-time greats at Florida A&M. Bobby was a East-West
for college teams. I' Miss Urban I
and .0 u t-r ace d the Buffs The League of 1958"j fixture at the end position and on many occasions was I
THE JACKSONVILLE I secondary for a 48-yard scor- winner will reign over;; The game was named East-
the the difference between defeat and victory with his pass
parade and half time'
SCHOOLS have had some of, ing fifty. West because of the location
the best trained and best pre- PICKING AN ALL.CITY.show plus receive an expense catching ability. Since Joining the coaching ranks, he 1 of the two schools. With one

pared teams to hit the grid-., TEAM this year is going to free trip to and from the.. has done a grand job with the Baby Rattlers. The !S school located'on the East- '

iron in any part of the nation;,be an awfully tough job withso Orange The Blossom Classic. Baby Rattlers under Coach Lang have met and defeatedsome ,: side and the other located l

this year. The coaching staff brilliantly and sensationally. crowning of Miss Urban of the\strongest teams In the state. % !, on the Westside and given,
ofall schools have done al Their performances have League will be done by
toi j a national -------- --
celebrity. --
t masterful job in giving been unquestionabally some Officialsof
the football fans real''of the best in the Urban League have
some ever produced -:- FOOTBALL SCHEDULES :-
i footbalL Many of the players!I the city. When the team is contact such personalities as \'T' Don't Wait Until The Last
produced by the coaches are picked, there can be no reflection Harry Bela-
future stars and probably at all on those who fonte, Jackie Robinson, Ray s s Minute
All-American material. II are left off.SMOOTH. Robinson and several others
BOBBY WATKINS, who SAILING 'TIL to come down and crown the Order Your Chirstmas Cards Now

i played in Jacksonville on two I WE MEET AGAIN. winner of this year's contest. Fisk University vs. Morehouse College at Atlanta.

{ Florida & M''vs. Southern University at Baton Rouge
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27-46-39 Alabama A & M vs. Knoxville College at NashvilleSOUTHWESTERN
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Arkansas vs. Texas Southern at Pine Bluff. Ark.
Miss. Vocational vs. Grambling at Itia Bena. Miss. ,. \\h1 N-4W
3 tr 6 Jackson College vs. Tennessee State at Jackson

4 Wiley College vs. Prairie View Texas
5 Southern vs. Florida A & M University at Baton Rouge .
5 7 4 t i M t

PALMS 144 94 618 CIAAJohnson
., .
; GO 019sf818otnettmes C. Smith vs. Fayetteville State at Charlotte ,
Howard University vs. Lincoln University at WashingtonShaw

he's op University vs. Maryland State at Raleigh __ :: ivrr
Sometime he's down St. Augustine's College vs. Delaware at Raleigh
t OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY .He adds subtracts v St. Paul's vs. Winsion-Salem at Lawrenceville Va.
He works It all wound .* 7/4/

51 66 15 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3 : .

'' I DANCING NIGHTLY I : 5: 5 Los Chicago Angeles Bears at at Baltimore Detroit WY

: You've heard this before,we know.
Tour Philadelphia at Cleveland : c'
1 Pittsburgh at Chicago Cardinals \ :: But how else can we wish you the
San Francisco at Green -
Bay .' best of holiday cheer than to ay.
Lucky'Numbers Washington at New YorkTATUM'S
Merry Christmas and Happy New Yeail
HO 187
Goose again deserted the t s

SLIM SQUADIS court for the diamond and I I

went back into baseball.

Lucky Days 'Lueky,Colon ATTRACTING
JOHN LEE HOOKERPLUS BY ASTROLOGY Tatum left baseball againto We Are Proud To Offer

I' In Your. WallyHOROSCOPE GUIDE gregation form his and own reports traveling show ag-a _____________ A Line of
great gate attraction every-
Seed $2.00 for your Horo. where his team has played.On .
scope Guide with lucky numbers the team are some well
JIMMY DAVIS AND HIS GUITAR lucky days lucky oo1
Enclose a stamped envelope. Tatum, the famous baseball i have established records as

I ADMISSION_75c-MONDAY Thru THURSDAY player, who once- played basketball players. WITH YOUR NAME IMPRINTED

I SOc Friday. Saturday. Sunday and Holidays first base for the,nationally
I -0- known Indianapolis Clowns Listed on the team are such

I --- and then deserted baseball to performers as Rookie Brown, For Business and Professional .People

-SPECIAL-- fin in and Mall tot become one of the most renowned Sweetwater Clifton, B o i d And Folks Who Want Classy Cards

basketball players I i I Ito Buie, Andy Sheppard,Ramon From $2.00) For 25 Cards Up
EARLY SUNDAY: ZODIAC hit the courts with the)Wilkerson and Tiny Ward. Come In Today & Make Your Selection

ADULT MATINEE P. 0. Box 753' Harlem Globetrotters is now 1 Brown, Clifton and Buie
Breaking attendance records' were teammates of Tatum
Jacksonville 1, Fta.
STARTS 7:30 P.M. TIL 2 A.M.VISt1ThEPUSDRilNGR1OM. I with his own traveling basketball -"when he was "Clown Prince"of FLORIDA STAR

i 'I Name ....................... team. the Harlem Globetrotters.Thus .
Goose was a1so'a partner far they have played
ADDRESS .................. at one time with, Marques t.before huge audiences in 232$ Moncrfef: f Ed. Corner 13th Street

City.State .................. Haynes in ,establishing, the t Manila,Hong Kong, Okinawa, Call EL 4-6782

) Birthday- .!...i..!'...-....... with Harlem the Magicians.Magicians He":.until:played'ieand .1)Honolulu merousplaces New Delhi in China and and nu- If You Wish A Representative
month. Jk
day Haynes came to the part'ing Japan. They will soon returnto To Come And Show You Our LInew
of the ways partners.t the United States.



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Pace Elahi THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. Norember 2!. 1938

I PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR nesday night the T.B. Asso- Tyndall Field a few weeks Men and Women -
ciation had their "kick-off ago. The dailies all carried the HELP WANTED
CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKBy dinner at John"E. Ford school. story of the locally based Florida Earn $6.00 to $20.00 ,per day.

--- James Genwright is headingup Air National Guard team Part time or full lime-lakJng -
JAY JRY the drive. Working in the which won the rocket cham- orders for an exclusive
"LUCKY 11" WEEK IS COMING! ''' l field and beating the bushes I pionship but none of them line of Christmas Cards.
23-29 1'111 }. are Alonzo "Duck" Davis and mentioned the fact that a Pensacola 9:00 d
I Apply, on Monday at ajn.
7 BIG NITES OFF N & GOOD LUCK Mrs. Minnie Kidd. We shouldbe born Negro boy was in I P
sure to help this cause be- charge of the show.
SKWIEW I WILL I BE III I The weather is giving the cause for years the majorityof Eyebrows are being lifted 2323 Moncrief Cor. 13th St.
y k II! buys on the blocks anulher tuberculosis cases have by persons in the Magnolia I
I chance. The sunshine isms 1
warm been among our group. Plan section when they speak of the ,
'j ;, ; them additional time now to give. I 7-11 stores. Seems as tho over BOTH SUN. :
-- :.. ije! the biT blankets out of Washington announces 25 Negro clerks have come FIRST R I TZ thru I *

storar* where they have been that the big NAACP member- and gone. Only two have sem- RUN! WED.SNORKEL" *
I since the ice melted last year. ship drive will begin on Sun- ed to make the grade for any
F..r those: : wha just don't have day. Tile principal speaker for length of time. Some seem to *
FOR SALE jro, !I h?y have time to get the occasion will be :Mrs. Mar- think that the root of the
one. Fi-om the fee! of the sun gurite Beefonte. Mrs. Bele- trouble is a sort of "work Most .
CHAFCE Or A LIFETIME Leaning:: down it is more like fonte is the national chairman them because they are necessary" -
July than alnust! Thanks iTir.g. attitude on the part of terrifying
Modern 12-Unit Motel wtih 5 Acres of the drive. *
i S the of all
On U. S. Highway No. 1 I t.ht cJl:red ser ca:1ts made Urban Along League the same is opening lines, the its The real show at the fash- war
ONLY Their appearance on the ion show presented by the IY *
$46,000 drive. Dr. II. James Green,
:iD'oeks' last c1Ve hope honorary chairman of the AKA's last Friday night was crimes c AJVOM&
$11,000 down Balance Mortgage I .V'" Sn: ''h? support! of then drive is planning a host of ac- put on by the ladies of Jack- -committed "
.ivcirent who went all out to
f IF sonville
')pa'oco I fw c'
Shown by Appointment Only ...o j';,. f ,,," t.h""co:' eng"\ed ings"tivities.is Among an All-star the "happen football out-do each other. We have to alter a A tip of the Pepsi Coy

Call "*i it for U"eIHrv.l! alone but featuring outstanding take off our hats to all of the war 4 to ,these outatandfng
of. all ofT game i the ladies in attendance the Americans, wfc*
:-, t'.e' res>rrsibiiity I '' young
stars of the !
E. O. Simpson EL 4-6782 prep city. Jacksonville feel was over
,-1e. men of can make oar country ani
I ,
i is h 'Drive" time. Wed- All of these drives concern proud of their fraus. our community a better
Jaxon of and
color war- pis
t ---- --- ---- --- every Otis Speights closed up 1CSa place la which to UT*
I rant our support. Plan to con-
last and escortedhis
tribute to each of them. It is a early madam Friday to the show. We ** *

Citizens Applaud Appointment'Of or small two matter of the to fleshpots leave off for one a thought for a moment that
Otis was one of the male mod-
while and give to worthy els. r
I causes.

On the entertainment beat,
Negro Police Sergeants Johnny Shaw and I are havinga We RepairOil
ball at the Palms this week.

Our main men are on display Stores and Heaters -...
there. None other than "cous- fxRl! .1-.III IIJIW
We Repair and Clean ZM! ,
in" John Lee Hooker and Guitar ,
I Slim are wheeling and Electric Irons and Toasters : :?: ?? tEt
singing the blues in down *
I '" *r
'It. I
Blinds "P .
i home way. When those two ) : :.-- =-- ", CHERYL FORD.
Cleaned and Repaired
I boys get together on the same
( < also New Stanton Senior High .
bill, it's a whole heap of music WESTSIDEREPAIR \ I f .THE School
going J. '
Cheryl, is a member of
Hugh Wilson is singing the SHOP the 10th grade homeroom,
praises of the flick' the ----- --
at 1471 W. 5th St. EL 6-5877 where she serves as Secre-*
Y 4.: Strand this week. He says tary. She is a member off-
that next week's bill is even I ---I IS II 1ST RUN! SUN.-TUES. the Blue Devils Pen Pal*

better. He is the man in the I Club, an honor student ,
business and should know.I I UN.-S AT., NOV. 23.29 ROOSEVELTI I and a member of the Ebe-,
J. D. Brooks stopped by toI I I II I Charles "Machine Gun"Bronson I nezer Methodist Church-
"a ni'v ell us that the Duval County i t STRANDTHANKSGIVING in where she serves as presi- V"J
Salesmen and Merchants' Association -
will meet Sundav af- I ..
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ternoon at the Lincoln Golf WEEK- Technicolor Hit I )I
AUDIE -; ---G.M.. ;; :, -- 7s t' r
ann Country Club: lIURPHYfrheiUh pxMbi Mfm -<*> i QA n f!I

Floridians should! be proud ALAN Jnr-I ADD I : ,4 Ij j
of their Col.
i own "Chappie"James.
The iet ace and brother ERNEST BORSNDIE 4 I II! ";, t
VII of Charles I ii I
"Chappip" f+ tw ta
4: ,, James of Gilbert High was in I II
charge of the World Wide Air I Rqilfte.!! J
Force Gunnery Meet held at I '
I I -PLUS- I I j I

FOR SALE i, 1st Run Hits! Wed.Thurs.B. J ROSE MARIE TOLBERT

For Sale 936 East Ashley i Bennett & J. Davis in I .V* New Staton Senior High
3 units. Bungalow type $37(I 1 Pepsi Cola Dealers and I

weekly income. Price: 9500.: I, J Pepsi Cola Bottling; ComVpany -
Terms. For information Call | FLIIMINGFR I are proud to salute

--- -- -_ ._.... -- EL 48110. !II ft Rose Marie Tolbert. of the
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-- I I 10th grade class. She is a

A SIGN 0 K. vJvF, S HELP WANTED .S1 d LAUGHS TECHNr II P3TIERPLUS / member of 'the National I
FIRST SERGEANTS Jacksonville's Honor Society Secretary ,
first Nero police sergeants who were I .
-MALE- } RIOT! of the Crusaders Club Vice I
assigned to duty last Saturday. Nov. 15 a-c seen with Capt.1.. Bates (extrosia right) QI Y j -
+ .._ _.__. _..._ President of the Girls Service -
who is head of the division. The -- ---
Negro newly promoted men from left are: Patrol Wanted- retired Pullman I 3 League and a member

men Beamon Kendall. Solomon Weston Charlie Sea and James Hickson. i I cook chef for small Restu- ( UJhothap: -CA i ii 4r of St.Pius Catholic Church
rant operation Address all replies -i
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to H. T. Shelton 1212! + -
SiA iJ I i 'nJI & t: r
A SALUTEThe I Riverside Drive R.R.I. Stuart,i RAJ
: ( :: :
following Jacksonville citizens and I local I business firms join I Florida. I wwwwr SPECIAL I : t.t\QI"-: .----.---._-...--GJ I

the FLORIDA STAR in congratulating the newly appointed sergeants as t "SCHOOL'S OUT" I' \ 'O, bLtM back ( .:
1 1I I FOR RENT i Morning Matinee-10 A.M. I t. =. ..............; w
well as the Mayor of the City of Jacksonville and other officials of the f __ f FRIDAY. NOV. 28 I -0.-'
Four houses open for In- High School Students-25c I ..
local who .IIINsieorge
government are responsible for such efforts
towardgood government : spection just built. All mo- WIN A

and good race relations. They urge that the citizenry, both j dern conveniences near (Ready To Cook) i :

Negro and white give the policemen their wholehearted cooperation and I bus line. For all working AT 12 NOON I ;, GioBEL 4

persons and their children. """, ", Y- -..-.." .-\\t.
support in their efforts to combat crime and provide protection for the Three rooms and a bath. Diana

entire community ( flJ ?':i.:,: .: crief Reasonable Road pass Go out Moncrief Mon- SKYVEWGIGANTIC 0f CORA BODDISON

Best Wishes- School to 45t& Street turn Tribute IB paid to CoraV
Best Wishes right thre blocks pass Two I "LUCKY 11" of the National Honor So-.g

FASHION MEN'S SHOP LILLY'S DRUG STORE Spot. Go until you come to WEEK defy She is a member of
sign. Rumax Court. Open 4 11 YEARS OLD!! the Blue Devils Marching
527 Broad St. house from 1 p. in. to 5 ] Celebrate With Us!
EL 4-2407 1907 Kings Rd. EL 3-8276 p. m, Sunday's only. I BIG MOVIE PROGRAMS Band 10th grade homeroom (
Pen Pal
Club and
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-- --- ------ --- EVERY NIGHT!
Secretary of the Student
1------- FREE COMIC BOOKSIwnt !
Council. P
Congratulations ikje1
REYNO PHAR'dACY.Atty.. ERNEST: D. JACKSON, Sr. Sundries Store. Married .. 40c CARLOAD * *
I Sfa3SB I
410 Broad St. EL-V4-0467 Settled man. State experience TUES. NITEI! FREE Congratulation* from Pep*
525 Davis St. at Ashley EL 6-7671 6-7 P.M. SAT. NITE

I education age and ref- THURS. thru SAT. 4WOin if Cola Award to winner the three Malt

Congratulations erence. Write PJO. Box LUten to Pepd Merit Award
Best WishesMOM'S "KING CREOLE"Be '
Jax* 1. 732.1 and the/re the test fa'n Atty. D.. W. PERKINS "SIERRA STRANGER" TEEJf.TIMBVKHO: Ittt
oo your dial -'- aatardaya
410 Broad St. EL 4-4287 ... r
--------- -'- -- --- 1285 Kings Rd. EL 4-9321



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1037 Florida Ave EL 6-9445 Mgr. Prop. : 7Lhut S f!' %..


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