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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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October 24, 1959
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General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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''i c t roposed Tax Increase //RULED JUSTIFIABLE HOMICIDE !!"9E A GREAT. ,

A coroner's jury freed Anderson S. White in the love : LASSIC"

triangle killing of 42-year-old Obediah Stockton: the father -

: of seven children who was slain in an argumentover I

qB g-lJDgI9 fill t j ax Negrq. I :.1 A jury another sitting woman.before Jus-, The classic brings together the
f tf1Hma' nur sP
tice l Sarah Bryan found statement relates forcing high scanner Rattlers: from FloridaA
r that Stockton's death
; was White to shoot him whenhe I & M University, Tallahassee and
; justifiable; homicide. '! continued to advance. I I the Bethune Cookman
I I Stockton who lived at 16 The victim, 42, was well- College
: Wildcats
Daytona Beach Coach
'CiTIZENS URGED 111 PROTESTPRCPOSED 21 Grunthal Street was shot liked and well known thru
III II fatally in the chest by :the: out the city. He was a star: Bunky Matthews' aggreation winless -
GIRLS! GIRLS 30-year-old White of 1041' quarterback whife attending ; in four previous"Classics., is

INCREASE IN TAXES I pearce Street.According Edward Waters College. geared for a stunning upset Flor
I to ida A&M's classic
-------- -- -- a statement record to date:

-- i I given poice, Miss Kirby said, 1055 Florida A&M 32, Bethune-Cbok-

Unless a strong pcoiesi is registered with the'Cily Council Stockton had geen her boyfriend -I i man College 0; 1956, Florida. A&M

at' It's next meeting on Tuesday, October 27* Jaxons I r for a number of years I i.WHITE\ PUPILSIARE 51, Bethune Cookman College 6;
will find their City taxes _increased by 50 percent. I I She said Stockton was waiting -, 1957. Florida A&M 45, Bethune-

It was announced that the I in the front of' her house Cookrcan College 6; and 1933) florida -
proposed budget for 1960 r taxes I when she came home with REFUSED AMI 29, Bethune-Cookman College -
by calling! or writing I ,
': exceeds last year's budgetby i their t White, a little: before 3 0'- :
x City Council. o.Looking.
7 X a { over three million dollars clock on Tuesday morning
< f j The City Councilmen are I to the Western part of
: I which means that for as follows: 1 Stockton is then allegedto TRANSFERS the state, Jake Gaither's Rattlers
I every dollar Mn and Mrs. have come at them witha
Clyde C. Cannon are leading the nation in scoring
f'f Jaxon is paying in City taxes James M. PeelerJ. dagger. H e was beggedto The board also assigned 15 other Employing a three-unit multiple offense -

t 'Jt. this" year they wijl haveto Marvin Sweat leave them alone, the white pupils to Orchard Villa. Par- the Rattler will be readyas

pay $1.50 next year. John R. Lanahan ents will be notified they are en- usual.
Economists and businessmen titled tc public hearings if they
i Cecil
F LoweW.
: ; wish to protestSix Coach Gaither will use his tears
that Jacksonville's are generally agreed O. Mattox I HE SWAM WITH team if he has to kick and his;
t economy Lemuel Sharp Negro children denied admission blood unit if he elects to receive.
"SI I cannot stand such a gigantic -, Ralph N. Walter to white schools were sched- The tears unit is noted for its

increase in taxes and it I Brad Tredinnick I t BROKEN LEGS J JTO uled for hearings, but the board got ged defense but plays a terrific rug of
is obvjiouf. to citizens that .
4 : ,Anot11erWay' "by: which I l only one -ol. them in" a-meetin fensive game. Jacksonville's Oliver
.X t |; the average working man I citizens may' register:* their I that lasted into th* evening; No decision -" Joyce will miss the" classic. He

I'who hah a family to support !: disapproval of the plan toappear SAVE MANCLEVELAND 1 I I was expected for several was injured Monday in defensive
,! on an average salary will i i at City Hall Tues weeks. drills. Joyce was a standout for
feel the pinch of higher tai ) The seven white Matthew-Gilbert here
children refused High list
.1' I| uay evening, uciooer ZY at, Ohio In spite of year
x xation: I transfers have not been during his
A I i 8 attending prep
p. m. and two
registeer a legs, Alphonsp! WooJall
Increased 1 Orchard Villa I
f| taxes will worka since about 400 Negroes -
: strong protest. ti swam into Lake Erie's rough water Turning to the Eastern section of
greater hardship the were assigned there recently.
on i
to save: a drowning the state
i man. I Bethune-Cookman
-r. Negro community which They had applied for assignment to I is jubilant -
: isI over the 8-5
N.: composed largely of persons I. Woodall's legs were broken last all-white schools and stayed away Moms Brown upset it handed

J: in the lower income brack-'1:i NOACTIONONSALEOFLINKS March while he was in California from classes pending today's < 'I sion.
stunting for motion
ets. I Ii pictures with amancarrying
z. Quarterback; Donrel Burke wax, be-
i In order to prevent our' kite. He was hobbling Apparently only two of the seven in there pitching and for
;6, v .t h K- y,4 ? 'city government officials:f t along on crutches at Gordon Park whites will return to the school. The theV'.Idcats.. Captain Earl running S/kes:
beach when out of the darkness parents of two of them said
fr they
o m imposing increased will be a running threat for the Day-
'I came cries for help: would allow their children to return.
f taxation on citizens Jaxonsare tonans. Burke passed four and ran
"God, somebody help I'm The of two more said their
me one TD in the 38-12
summoned to the gchildren Benedict victory
urge dry Commission under!" would attend
Tuesday deferredaction a private last
I week while
City Councilman net to A&M was havinga :
MISS AMU, Miss Delores Levy. Jacksonville, senior dopt the a- again on bids it received The cries came from a man school and the parents of the remaining tough time getting by )inrrisBrown
mathematic major. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie them to budget. Tell Oct. 6 for purchase of the two city clinging t. an overturned motorboat three said they would move 6-0 in Tallahassee.
Levy. cut the budget. I owned golf courses which were about 20 yards offshore. I out of the school district.

Citizens should register I closed to prevent Negroes from woodau, a, a Negro grabbed a Thus two more white children A true classic the game will hare

.' .. their disapproval of the I playing on the links at the same rope at a boathouse and' took'a life will join the six, whites already at- all of the color of homecoming. A
plan for increasing City I time as white golfers. jacket from hu car. He fastenedthe tending the school colorful parade, "Miss B- X:,

Commissioner Dallas L.. Thomas rope around his waist gave the Four Negroes were assigned to "Miss F MID". presidents, citrons,
in charge of the courses made the end to a passerby then dived into the previously all-white schooL But pep squads bands and alumni members. -
HOMESTEAD TO ,GET motion to postpone :action' untfl an I the lake.Swimming. when school opened only 14 white Jacksonville will be repre-
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL five commissioners could be present to the capsized craft children enrolled. The school board ented fa the lnorida AIM court
MIAMI ConrtnictioA ci a''' J400.- Mayor- omniitiorwc' Haydon he fled the rope around the boat said it was not economically practical with Delores Levy, "Miss F.urn-
y 000 elementary school for Negoresof Bums and Commisciener J. Dillon man Men.on shore polled them to to operate tke school with only and junior attendant Annette Madi
'' rr the Homestead-Florida City area Kennedy were oat of the city yes safety. 18 pupils. So it assigned "about 400 son.

will begin ,next week. The building terday. Woodal reinjuped his! left legwhen Negroes.Of Sure to see action in the A&&f
will include 20- classrooms a cafe- There was no definite assurance waves threw him against the the 14 white children then at lineup from Jacteonville will be
torium; library and office seawal. The rescued man Louis the school one moved
wing. as to when aS five commissioners away six quarterback Ted Richardson, centers
The Fabri, 30, was in fair condition, suffering have continued to
hew schori named West can be present' for. a meeting. attend and seven Curtis Miranda, Melvin Crawford -
Homestead from shock and asked for
exposure.Fabri's transfers.
Elementary School was tlnporUaoe Stressed and Bernie Cars and tacfcle
opened in portable buildings in September "This is a very important matter companion on a duck- The school board had indicated Tommy 01an: er.
V' _ with 350 children enrolled. It and warrants tile fun commission hunting trip, Eugene Marsh. 29, was it would grant requests for trans
a df supplements the overcrowded A. LJ being here to vote on it," "Thomas swept away when the boat overturned fers from the school but turned Dr. William P. Foster and his
__ ( Lewis Elementary School. I said. r The body was' not found. them down today. famed_u _"Marching_ 100" from AfiMwin

a Too 20-acrc() school ate at SW 15th D. C. Dawkins Jr., home builder add to ue uu ee-rmg anrac-
Avc. anl: Sixth; St. is slated 'far -future and building supply executive, made toon. The marching Rattlers will

contraction of a junior highkhool the best offer of $336.001 for the present the queens during th.3 pre-!
7 3 Y r+ 13 as well. Hyde Park course. Experts hired by game show_ and stage a halftone
:tI Apgir and Markham Obstruction the city said the Hyde. Park layoutis pageant to the theme of "Fete! Music -
: r + i a hN Co. of Miami is contractor with worth $o06,009.) ." The band-will be led by drum

completion slated for next summer. Robert C. Lechner president of major Eugene Baker of Jackson

Lechner Lumber Co., Inc. and 'a ,ville.

former school board member made Kickoff time will be at 8 p.m.
/" $ : the best bid of a:60,000> for the Pre-game activities will get underway
L Brentwood
t course. The city's experts -
at 7:30. The Jacksonville hi;h
c >t ) valued Brentwood at $496.000. school bands will, join A&M's musi-
1 FOUND A letter from Lechner outlining lans in the playing of the national
his plans for operation of the Brent- them during the pre-game stow.
.; i IIZAMI The body of a 30yearI wood course if ills sold to him, was The anthem will be introduced with
I old Negro max -bo'.ad been 'raiss- formally received
I yesterday by the -
c ( xs rifle salute by the Florida A4M
I ing from home since Saturday hoax i commissioners. Contents of the letter >':uversity ROTC unit.:
"found Wednesday in a South Dado i had previously been publicized
'wood. i in local newspapers.On -J If elected! to kick, AIM will use
Metro detectives said Sammy Lee Thomas' nrtlon, the letter :;: the tears unit and the blood unit if1."ettW.r

t, Jones of Goulds apparently died as was received as information and no ;.
ai the result of a shot in the left tern- other action taken 0: it.

i kr u ,. pIe. He had been dead two or threedays. Sale Urged by Group

i H jflpt x ESi* j mJU&im.&BHatiammi *i t**** *m *mea** << i .No weapon was: found near ,. Also received Was a letter in
the scene at SW 21Sth St. and Ali which Mrs. John F. Dombroski, The student body of Anderson i' "
Dorothy Smith center who reigned as 'Miss Homecoming' Douglas High School IS YOUR DRINKING
i 1
Friday night is seen with her attendants. lapattah Dr. president of the Busicess and Professional seleded these charming young ladles to reign over ,

Thelma Geiger, left and Carolyn Hunt right. [j A cwnty.dJrep.truck crew found Watr ih's Golf Assn., urgedtse the Homecoming aclirities Attendant. Lillian Taylor Getting To Be A Problem'? "-''*
the corpse Jones' car bad been 'commisskoers to-sen'the" Brent- >
Photos by Avers Studio j[found Tuesday by his wife. wood course to If.. ten!.--' -- dant"Miss Gall Douglas Brown AndeisonMae Eunice Gooch. Atten j ." *'

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:C .I? ..' continue her fight to be allowed to register and vote in Northhampton
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .;; ... "' "' .. -. \ County. They are being assisted in this by the Southern Conference Edu-
"Member of Associated Negro Press" : .. 4 j cational Fund, New Orleans.

Kde:: O. Simpson ._...___--. _____..__.-Editor i v; : I ? 4 : \ Last June the U.S. Supreme Court

C Parham Johnson _________._.__.. ---.- _.. -Newi ,Staff turned down an appeal on a suit by the way to get the North Carolina
BBda Woolen Circulation Depi. t o Mrs. Lassiter to test the constitu-
tionality of the North Carolina liter- courts to say whether registrars
have the right to apply the law
I II acy test for voting. She contends the as
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: II ,.. law is being used they do. For example some require
r applicants to write down the
EL 4-6782 EL 4S733ewaiown
SRI Moacrief! Road to keep Negroes
.. constitution as it is read to them.
) Branch Office: 423 Broad SL Phone EL 4.3773 ? from voting inN
a Q I I ." : Some give a test as to spelling,
H area.
_. t It I ', "- .... She did not seek meaning and pronunciation.

Mailing Addreut: ". to test the law Sirs.\ Lassiter contends that tho

P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1, Florida I as applied but law means merely the ability to read

t-. .4 S only as written. the constitution er to copy it clown
S while reading from the text. If the
As the
F- .. North Carolina courts say the applicant -
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 Three Month $1.80 y; "_' RAfl COLOR HATRED 1 l .:;:,: North Carolina must be able to write the constitution -

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. .-t-.Q' -. / j Supreme Court undo it is read to him,

febccription Parable in Adrance. Send Check or Money FLORID Order To: Vo .oy I. Y+ -T V ATOM i i k: J held it constitu- then the applicant can appeal this

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE t. "" tI tional and the ruling/. to the U.S. Supreme Court-

11,' GERM SptIAY Simpson U.s. SupremeCourt provided this method has been attacked .

as discriminator by the ap
refused to
reverse thte ruling.

CITIZENS CALLED TO VOTE down However, the U.s court did lay plicant.The roundabout way of reachingthe
several new and important question is made necessary by
I principles which may lead to end- the doctrine that all state remedies

ON VITAL ISSUESIn ing the use of literacy tests to keep must be exhausted before the U.S.

!..!' '. .1:' ..........' Negroes from voting in tthe South. Suprme Court can grant relief.

__ :",r }l This was Mrs. .Lassiter's original A three-judge federal court is holding -
't r/"v"/ .y;. ._ aim.The in abeyance another suit by Mrs.
.I" .. XX/ 0w-M> rtVt irtOfc li.J'
in the and county will
weeks city
few taxpayers
a voting is a federal right subject to was refused the right to register
be called upon to vote in a bond election which would autho- THEY CAN AND MUST BE SOLVED imposition of some state standards: because she mipronounced the word

rize the selling of bonds to raise funds. for the improvementof ((3)) that state standards are subject indictment" while reading the state

our schools. to federal standards; ((3)) that a literacy constitution aloud the first time she

Duval citizens are reminded that this election is open test fair on its face may violate tried to register. This case also

to free-holders only-those persons who own homes and en- Your Weekly the lath Amendment to the U.S.; awaits exhaustion of state remedies.

joy Homestead Exemption.. Constitution by the way it is applied President of the Walker-Lassiter
; (4)) that a literacy test is un- Defense Fund is the Rev. AlexanderD.
Ifowcvcr, in order to be able to vote on this vital issue !}SrDscope Guide constitutional on its face if it is a Moseley, P.O. Box 47, Weldon

citizens must register again in order to be eligible to vote device to make racial discriminationeasy. N.C., who is also chairman of North

in the special election.. ASTROLOGER Carolina Friends of SCEF and vice-
NOV. 3 al y The Supreme Court appeared to president of the Progressive Civic
Attention is also called to the fact that on ,
the LUCKY DAYS FOR feel that the North Carolina law is Union. Attorneys for Mrs. Lassiterare
Florida citizens wilt have the opportunity of voting on WHICH ARE YOUR _
Gov. technically illegal but avoided the James R Walker, Jr., of Weldon
amendment which is being by
reapportionment Collins. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL question of constitutionality becausethe I and Samuel Mitchell avid Herman
LeRoy applicant did not raise the specific -I Taylor of Raleigh.

Reapportionment would give the larger cities better (31st), but keep them from going to the gains you have made heretofore question of the law as applied. :j Walker's name Is In the title of the
representation than under the present plan which permits ARIESTh dangerous extremes. Mrs. Lassiter was denied the right to I defense committee because he has

the "pork-barrel politicians" composed of representativesfrom 26th brings more in the way 1..()- .167i179SAGITTARIUS register when she refused to take the been fined, Jailed, and otherwise

the small town counties to run the affairs of state.A of prestige, honors and material returns 6-30-77-12-72-637 ..... ....... .. .. literacy test, although she reads and hounded by; county and state official!
And as if that were not writes quite well. I since he agreed to representMrs..
VOTE FOR REAPPORTIONMENT enough you have redoubled prospects The Supreme Court ruling opens I Lavsiter In 1956.
FOR BETTER GOVERN3IENT. of doing even better on the LEO Burn Nov. 23 -ihru Dec. 21 .-. -
29th if yoU really get warmed up to Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 This is apparently true from the
them. The 30th is the day when a 26th thru 29th yet the story does not
Your optimism and elation are '
appear to have reached its final end :
mistake of magnitude could be cost-
bound to run high on the 26th thru
lier than you bargained for. 29th when you seem to have every ing. An emotional upset, undesirable _ind the
THE SOUTH IS EXPERIENCING thing your own way. This may cause disclosure or romantic complicationcould strengthfor

5-20-88-16-62-523 ...... .. .. .. .. .. you to become careless and to over- nullify many of the gains madeto
date and throw doubts as to your
EROSION OF CIVIL LIBERTIES look the advisability of taking precautions ability to follow the course you have life.
against weather, fire or your
charted (29th thru 31st). .
TAURUS I other unusual hazards which could

Born April 20 thru May 20 i arise from seemingly nowhere the 93-19-13-219

As of indications favorable night of the 29th thru 31st.
r most are -! 0-0

In the past four years, the South has experienced wide- you should not who hesitate add to 8-60-33-17-58-S65 ... ....... ..... .. CAPRICORNBorn
forces with those
liberties released recently join can
spread erosion of individual a report r
Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
asserted.It luster to your existence while you Gi
All to be aboveboard from
are establishing the basis for future seems
listed 530 specific cases of violence, reprisal and in- security ((26th). Th 29th is another Born Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 the 26th thru 29th and you can then

timidation in the 11 Southern states during the four-year day when love may be born or the I The 26th and 29th are the best rely pretty much on information and

period from January 1,1955, to January 1,1959.The wedding bells rung. Choose a day days when your judgment is backed trends to get going in the right directiotu .
after the 31st, if the selection is I Trouble can sneak in on the
Officeof by intuition, practical considerationsand
was issued jointly by the Southeastern
report yours to make, as this will insura a 30th, in insidious ways and you
the American Friends Service Committee the Depart- successful outcome. experience. But from the late could find yourself involved in in-
ment of Racial and Cultural Relations of the National Coun- more pjn. of the nth thru 31st you are trigues. financial chaos and domestic -

cil of Churches, and the Southern Regional Council being subjected to pressures from difficulties.
9-50-11-U-21-951 associates or rivals alike into chang
The cases were drawn from the general press of the ing your mind or agreeing to conditions -
nation and in large part from Southern newspapers. The GEMINI which are not so favorable to 9-20-99-18-82-929 I \
list was confined to occurrences attributable to the in- Born May 21 thru June 19 yuu.
creased racial tensions of the past few years. Crimes whichare Put the finishing touches on the I f-10-60-15-56-416 I AQUARIUSBorn t\ REUGION IN AMERICAN UFE INC.

part of other continuing social and legal problems were projects that benefit members of the Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 WORSHIP
Obtain all the elements TOGETHER THIS
not used. fancily as well as yourself, for results LIBRA necessary WEEK
should come to or from the 26th thru 29th when favorsare .
up surpass -
that while the Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 -
The agencies emphasized obtained and
sponsoring expectation ((26th thru 29th). Safety easily opportunities
report dealt only with the angry, violent reactions to the wherever work is going on should be You possess the advantages from riding in pairs. A sudden and mys-
desegregation decisions, another account could be.given of the keyword on the 29th-30th, whenth the 26i dear thru the 29th and tifyiag twist of events could create f

patience, responsibility, courage and good will by both dangers of mishaps may be aug- these make are the decisions days when you must obstacles aid complications ((29th r---,

white and Negroes. mented thru carelessness, misjudgment your and bring nege.Lions pjn., 30th> ).
to final conclusions. Dq not discount -
However, it was added, "We feel an obligation to call or recklessness. the intuitive qualities' those S-M-TMS-SS-St

attention to the dangers posed by the record-dangers for who are all for you, as this could

which all of us, through silence or inaction, must share the 7-433-18-33-713 make the whole difference between PISCES

and loss ((30th).
responsibility. profit.
Born Feb. 19 thru March 20

The record, cited as evidence of the deterioration of law CANCER M Conclusions arrived at on the 26th r l e

and order in the South since the 1954-55 school desegregation Born June 20 thru July 22 s.8t-UJ.t.U.-3M thru 29th receive planetary blessingas

decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States, You seem to be in a position' to will the alliances that are officaflyconsummated. S
includes choose one or the other and you SCORPIO Select the pursuitsthat
: must consult your heart to make Born Oct. 24 thru MOT. 22 will improve your mind, enable I

6 Negroes killed; certain which really means most to Be ready with your first moves on yen to explore new places and lift

and wounded in you. 'Safety is the prize offered on the 26th, when an entree to headquarters you to greater cultural levels (late
29 individuals 11 ot'th white skot
,_ the 26th but with it may come discipline may be made possible. 'Toe 29th thru 31st). *
racial incidents; and restrictions. The conflict 29th is the day when you can really

is likely] to rage between reason and present your case in person and -5I33143443READ
44 persons beaten; motionaHy> unbalanced from the hope fop the best. Be very prudent

5 stabbed; 29th thru 31st. It is natural for children after that so as not to oversell your THE
to play pranks on Halloween proposition or talk yourself out of aH _
.For r
1 Negro emasculated;
30 bombings of houses (in one of these incdents, at FLORIDA STAR
DM this eovp a. Lean mere atoot joantO.' Send! XV rend (one ,
Clinton, Tenn., 30 homes were damaged by a single blast) ;
tan ta cola) for each boraeop ordered' by ..fl. befad MtfddrwMd.
attempted blasting of 5 other homes;
& stamped envelope. Write plainly. TM cCtar doc not apply '
15 homes struck by gunfire and 7 homes stoned; to raldentaf the dom ... .of Oaaada.Cl EVERY WEEK l ;:_ -

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4 schools bombed, in Jacksonville, Nashville, Chattanooga I i '*
and Clinton, Tennessee; .. 4

2 conspiracies to bomb schools, in Charlotte and Clin I ... .! .Birth I II KEN KNIGHT
; I Data Meath J i

7 churches bombed, one of which was for whites; an Invites You To Listen To -
attempt made to bomb another church; '
1 church burned, in Memphis. and another .Church 1 FLA. Getting To Be A Problem? .
stoned; I I. Call EL 4-3176 Starting At 7:00 P. M.
Nightly -
4 synagogues or Jewish centers bombed, in Miami, Name ... -- I

Nashville, Jacksonville and Atlanta 'a...._' ; ,,.;}; *
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3 bombing attempts Jewish buildings in Gastonia; ', -
N.C., Birmingham and Charlotte. I. '. / r-., ,' ). 'OI ':;. I .' ... : ,
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Week Ending Saturday. October 24 1959 THE FLORIDA STAR t...3s ThzM

=e -:.- =. BILL THOMSONTO .
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GARDEN CIRCLE :MEET ALBANY STATE ; ,'.. : ';' 14 14r -a .

The first fall meeting of the Rosebud Garden Circle was ". ," : ;
held Oct. 21 at 7:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Bill Thomson, nationally known I ," '
Nairn, 1456 W. 20th St, with Mesdames Fannie Mickens. organist, will be featured during the -
Marion Surcey and B. Harris as co-hostesses. season's first Lycemn'program at

Albany Slate College (Caroline Auditorium it2:1

) Sunday evening, October : .

MRS. DAISY MILER of 1577 W. 22nd St., was hostess. 25 at 600.

for the last meeting at which time installation of all officerswas At the age of 16, Thomson was or-

held. Mrs. Ida Davis of the Gardenia Circle installedthe ganist at Grace Lutheran Church in

following officers: President, Mrs. Dena McClellan; his native St. Petersburg Fla., and

second vice president, :Mrs. Carrie Mallard; third vice presi- while in high school was musical di-

dent, :Mrs. Daisy Miller; recording secretary, Mrs. Lucretia rector and staff organist for WTSP r

Williams; financial secretary, Mrs. Gertrude Hatcher; During his active duty in the

treasurer, Mrs. Annie Lee; reporter,-:Mrs. Mamie Lee Polite; Army, he presented over 500 programs P1\!

chaplain, Mrs. Violet Kinnon. Mrs. Alpha Omega Rowe, for servicemen-some actually i r k
president of the East Springfield Garden Circle, gave re in the field accomplished with 9, ,
Vy '
marks. Other guests from the Springfield Circle present were the aid of an electric generator). .. .
Miss Patsy Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude Moore, Mrs. Ethel Simpson After being discharged from the .. .'

and Mrs. Beatrice Copeland. They gave words of appre- Army, he continued his studies at o ,r :. > t4f
ciation and encouragement. Mrs. Bernice Pugh, past presi- the University of Southern Califor- ..

dent, gave her closing address. At the close of the meetingthe nia, and now finds time to study 4 .,. .. H i' ea. ? e.C.
with Dr. Irene Robertson, Richard >
hostess served a delicious repast. ..
Purvis, Emanuel Bay and'Lyle Murphy ,
and last summer, he studiedthe d. ,, ,1, '
in Paris .. -
works of Flor Peters :
MR. AND MRS. HUBERT CUMMINGS and son, HUBERT with the ,' #. A ro.
composer. :>.. :
JR., and JOHN EARL OSBANE, Mrs. Cummings' During the past few years, Mr. .

brother, have returned from an enjoyable.vacation trip, accompanied Thompson has presented hundreds of .. .
concerts across the United States. His ; '.".'!:: '"
by MR. AND MRS. MORRIS SIMONS and chil- '
that ; ;. I. h f',;,.
talent has been recognized '
so '
dren, NANCY, DOLLIE and VIRGIL. They toured several '

states including New York, New Jersey, Illinois and Iowa. In i Baldwin times Organ him Company to play has concertsfor many .. .:, : .
New York they visited relatives and friends, also places of: .
I them in various cities. .. .
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jnterest. Mrs. Marie Manning and Otto Johnson entertainedthem ; : .
graciously with dinner parties. They were the guestsof Bill Thompson has been acclaimed """""' .., -- -. .... -,- .-, ...;.. ...-..-...-.. --
'I on side as that unique artist
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Moore, Mrs. Simmons' parents. Other who not only plays, but definitely B-CC BEAUTIES_Seen here are Miss BCC and her Miami. Florida and Wynona Barrett. Sophomore at.
courtesies were shown by Mrs. Ella Hudson and Mrs. Ethel I for 195960 Front Olivia Ellis
Dee Florida.
excels in both the classical and popular court ; center lend ani. Leesburg
Fuller. In Chicago they were the house guests of Mr. and : idioms. freshman attendant Tampa Florida. Reading from These young ladies will be rooting the Wildcats on
Mrs. Frank B. Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Holt.
Raymond left to right Yvonne Massey Senior attendant Tho- to victory when they meet the FAMU Rattlers Saturday
In Des Moines, Iowa they were the house guests of Mr. and I
\ I masville Georgia; Christine Turner, Miss BCC. Junior night in the Gator Bowl.
Mrs. George Woodfork, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs. DISTRICT PLANS _u .. .. '-' .-- ----- -
Cummings. They were highly entertained by Mr. and Mrs. .
Elmer Barker, Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Griffith, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs Bennie Jones j Mr and Mrs Jamts Dallas, ., 11 4

Mrs. Woods and Mrs. E. Crosswhite. t TEA SUNDAY AT 5ikt I II 11945 1! DeCotts St.; Boy. ((922 N. St., Arlington; Boy 0 O

I Mr. nd Mrs. John Nunley,. Mr and Mrs Jerry Kohn,'
VISITING IN THE CITY for the 3 weeks is native j 15559 Padis Ave. II
past a ius ; Boy. Rte. 4 Box 433A; Girl. 1..ATTENTION LADIES
Jaxon, M.SGT. JAMES P. HARPER of the 1120th group,! 1537 W. 3RD ST Y8FIB8Births Mr and Mrs Anthony Oree,j Mr and Mrs Dotie Pies,
USAF, Washington, D.C. He is the husband of MRS. ES- 'I' 311 W- 18th St.; Girl. j I Bridge & Social Club
TELLA JONES HARPER of 5404 Calloway Court and the i j J1C82 Milnor; Boy.
brother of Mrs. Marcella McNair and Mrs. C. V. Dell Sgt. District 20 of Mt. Ararat Baptist at Brewster HospitalMr. Mr and Mrs Johnnit West, ': Mr and MrsVilliam Johnson : Reporters
extended social courtesies.: Mr. and 835: E. Union St; Boy.
Harper being many Church will its annual tea
1887 Hardee St. Girl
sponsor ;
Mrs. K. Emory McNair, brother-in-law and sister, entertained Sunday Oct. 25 from 4 to 6 p.m. in & Mrs. Dock Bromer, 2032 I Mr: and Mrs William Coleman -, ; Send or Mail

with a seafood dinner and party in the home of Mrs. the home of Miss Willie Young, 1537 Anther Court, Girl. 916 First Ave.; Boy i!' :Mr and Mrs Elizah Wells

Alex McCoy, Sgt. Harper has 18 years of service with the W. 3rd Street. Mr. & Mrs.' Samuel George. Clio I Mr and Mrs Rudie Collins, 1473 E. 23rd St.; Boy. Your Social News

U.S. Army and Air Force. Serving as mistress of ceremoniesfor Japonica Road, Boy. 747 North St. ; Boy. ---- Mondays To \

the program will be Mrs. Florida Mr. & Mrs. Morris Mass, 1221::
Mr and Mrs James Bolton, Good forasthmatics
PERSONAL MENTIONMR. C. Dwight She will be introducedby Oakley Street, Boy. news FLORIDA STAR
AND MRS. HERBERT L. WILJAMS of Miami are 1S53 W. 26th St: Girl.
Mrs. Emma Ilightower. t2
Mr. & Mrs. James Perry i 2J23 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th
vacationing here as the house guests of Mrs. 'Villiams'mother Appearing on the program will be Broadway Street, Boy. Mr and Mrs Arbie Gibson, mak.a It I
speet.nst'discover now
MRS. HENRIETTA WIUAMS of 314 E. Beaver St. Deacon James K. Kittles, Mrs. Bon Mr. & Mrs. Henry Thurman. 1434 102e W. Union St.; Girl. gJtckly. for relieve bronchial o .Chma .utr..ra. poaaibl. to Or Phone EL 4.6782 ,
without: fct.roag
nie Frazier, Mrs. Cornelia String- Johnson Street, Girl. I Mr and Mrs John Jackson drugs.pagma or and painful do It Injection o.>*Bo of aaf. rot I
ANDREW J. ANDERSON of Flushing N.Y. was in on fit Dr Guild Gra Mountain la
fellow, Miss Florence Nelson, Miss 11
2048 W. 16th St. Girl. I Ir either diarettca or form without
Zannie French, 1830 ;
[ & Mrs.
the city visiting his family and friends. He is the son of Mr. Jean Wright, Harold Nairn. prescription. Ask TOUT diutfUt (or it. .
and Mrs. Andrew J. Anderson Sr., who made his stay very Speaker for the occasion will be Decott Street, Girl. r Mr and Mrs Lenefre :Me
pleasant.MR.. Mrs. Dollie Ford. She will be introduced I Mr. & Mrs. .Sideny Lewis, 1316 I Cray, 3804 Freeman Road; --- --

by Mrs. Essie Thomas. Others Odessa Street, Girl. Girl.

AND' MRS. C. A. LAWRENCE of 1053 W. Duval appearing on the program are Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Fred Clark, 25W Moi- Mr and Mrs Willie J. Scott, i MISS ROSEMOND SATTERWHITE

St., have returned from their vacation. They visited their Sarah Graham,. Allen Jackson Sr., crier Road, GirL 1109 W. 6th Street Girl

uncle and aunt, MR. AND MRS. W. MADDOX in New York Mrs. Victoria Farrell, Edward Fleming Mr. & Mrs. John Corbntt, 1657 W. Mr and Mrs Greene Yan- : .:\ OUXCI i S
and MR. AND MRS. ALFRED LOTT in Philadelphia, Pa.. James Gavins. '
9th Street girl. cy, 811 Dora St.; Boy. The Opening of Piano Classes
Mrs. Lawrence is the former Miss Helen Moses. Remarks will be made by Mrs. Mr. & Mrs. Samuel King, 311 Car- Mr and Mrs Spencer Bar- For Children from 7 Years Old Up.

Lucille Jones, president, Deacon M 8110 Ave. For Information Concerning Classes .
rington Harding
oline street Girl. ;
THE'REV. MRS. REMELL COBBS of Philadelphia, The Rev. DallasJ.
T. Brown, leader. Call EL 4-5793 1237 West 28th Street
Pa., is in the city visiting her sister, MRS. INEZ FLYNNof Graham, pastor.Specking. Mr. & Mrs. King Mjers, 5308: Verbena Girl.Mr
2025 York St., Southside. The Rev. Mrs. Cobb is affiliated Road. Girl. and Mrs Curtis Hamm

with the Light of Truth Mission Church and has had 43 Mr. & Mrs. Enoch Anthony, 1610 3 Claude St.; Girl.
of Before she will visit friends of I I Mr and M: r s Solomon
years training. returning Priolrou. Boy. I
West Palm Beach. of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Brown 1827 I Jennings, 1225 E. 30th St.; :

PUBLIC! SAFETY I West 23rd St, Boy. I Girl. t *
GARDEN CIRCLE MEET Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Burns, 2124 Mr and Mrs Leo Johnson, i ? '

THE CARNATION GARDEN CIRCLE met Thursdayat Davis Street, Girl. 3015 Fairfax St. ; Girl I Enroll Now In Th

8 p.m., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, 1271 Do Nothing-And Die Mr. & Mrs.''Henry Duhart, Rt. Box Mr and Mrs Samuel Sim- : South Finest College i it 1

W. 25th St., with Mrs. Bertha Jones as hostess and Mrs. CLEVELAND, OHIO A grief 196A South,'GirL po, 3560 Sherian Lane; Girl. : Florida Barber College i
Ola Jackson as cohostess.Mrs. stricken woman whose father Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Jackson, 642 Mr and Mrs James Stewart 'I Branch G. I. Approved "_ r"

J. R. Holland of 1438 Steele St., and Mrs. Nancy had: been killed by a car in a Court G, GirL P. O. Box 18, Bayard, i .t c: .. .

Hawkins were hostesses at the first fall meeting.,% street Edmond accident C. Powers recently, editor wrote of to Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Jake, 1415 Florida; Boy. 1 i :; ;(: "'.: .

Street and Highway Lighting Pow iattan Street, ;GirL Mr and Mrs James Wha- 'oodruw Patterson manager Prof. James Glover
HONORED WITH SHOWERThe Magazine and asked "What Mr. & Mrs. Lorenzo Merritt, 1146
ley, 1932 Baldwin St., GirL 630 Davis Street At Beaver
Entre Nous Socialites recently honored.Mrs. Gladys do to make sure this doesn't W. Union Street, Boy. Mr
and Mrs. Gale Collins j j I Phone EL 5.9874
Nelson with a baby shower at the Lincoln Country Club, hanpen to someone else?" Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Stebbins, 1606 ail I.!
She went on to explain that the W. 16th St.; Girl l
with Miss Annie L. Latimer as hostess. Present to enjoy motorist whose car struck down Johnson Street, GirL -- -_. ,
this affair were Mrs. Beulah Daniels, Mrs. Laura Rose, Mrs. her aged father,had simply said: Mr. & Mrs. Earnest Young 603

Rosa Exon, Miss Barbara Lang, Mrs. Delores Mitchell! Mrs. "I didn't see him." Florida, Avenue, GirL

Severia Norton, Mrs. Gladys Nelson, Mrs. Melissa Worthy, the The old street gentleman was poorly was dressed lighted in, Mr. & Mrs.: Ned_ Jackson, 803 2nd from GRAY to GLORIOUS! 1 1i 1r 1r

Mrs. Delores Brawn, Mrs. Dorothy Allen, Miss.. Mittie Shoots the dark clothing you would expect Ave. So. Jax., Boy.
and Mrs. J. L. Scriven. in one of his generation,and Mr. & Mrs Toney Nelson 1C52

At a previous meeting the officers of 1959-60 were his reflexes and distance judge- Spratt Street, Boy.
elected follows Miss Mrs. :Melissa ment corresponded to his years. Edward Peck, 1610*
as : B. Lang, president; When the daughter thought of Mr. & Mrs.
Worthy, vice president; Miss A. L. Latimer, recording secre- all the senior citizens whose lives Davis Street, GirL
tary; Mrs. E. Mixon, financial secretary;, Mrs. D, Mitchell, were endangered by the poorly Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Brown, 1661 W.

treasurer; Mrs. D. Brown, chaplain and Mrs. J. L. Scriven, she lighted decided streets in her community 2-1th Street, Boy. .
to act
Calling on city 1612 Cam-
reporter. officials; she was told the practical Mr. & Mrs. Otis : .
facts of life. Money was pus Street, GirL ;
SUNDAY TEA TIME scarce, and what there was, had Mr. & Mrs. Robert Franklai. General EJ49'g :

THE NECESSITY SOCIAL club will sponsor an to go where pressure was the Delivery, Lawtey, Florida. Boy.

AUTUMN TEA Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m., in the home of greatest."Wait until there are five more Mr. & Mrs. John Jenkins, 1151 W.

Mrs. Geneva Cotton, 2076 Woodside Ave. deaths" she was advised, "then 23rd Street, GirL
_ MRS. ANNA LEWIS, MRS. WILLIE PALMER and the public will be ready to rec- Mr. & Mrs. Jenie Person. 122 : r
ogniza the need for '
MRS. ESSIE BARNETT will sponsor a FALL TEA Sunday lighting." good street Harrison Street, GirL 1 # 3 l[

from 3:30 to 6 p.m., in the home of Mr. and Mrs Reuben It reminded Mr. Powers of the Mr. & Mrs. George Wilcox, 1515 4 i.

Barnett, 924 Reiman St. The affair is being held in the in- lesson his own city had to learn L Louisiana St., Girl. -,R

terest of the Missionary Department of the CME Church.! before their streets.A they.demanded light- on Mr. &: Mrs. John Brown, 4635 Mon 7

child,sent to a neighborhoodstore crief Road Boy.
Willie Davis, 1170() W.
after dark was attacked Mr. &: Mrs.
and murdered by a degenerate on Beaver St., GirL
For Breakfast Lunch After the Movie Snacks
own dimly lighted street.The 816
Mr. & Mrs James
Federation of Women's Clubs : with LARIEUSB
Shattuce Avenue, Jax Barb: FlaGirL .. .
sent a committee to call upon the y U.7"
Fried Chicken
Mayor instructions not to
41ll; leave his office until they had a Mr. fc Mrs. Joseph Hall, WO Odessa -
O7** n Cod definite answer as to what he

ShrImpHam proposed to do about lighting the Street GirL 4S50 [JIJ Today.,.,.TIJ 11 hiii j|iMi ad, Oa ]fMlfnj ,,,
Bacon Sausage streets of the city of Cleveland. Mr. &: Mrs Gartrel Sims. I ..the ptofeMfaeal Model shown bad Ob ""'
1 Girl'Twms.Mr. .
Egg Hot CkwCoffM "Groups such as this can get Moncrief Village. bm and Ood &oy'.UridM brioji b,(kk
the attention of harrassed offi- and Mrs Hosell Atkin- ash drab o.Nproca..d I_ 1. \
Kffle cials } a t 10 :
I I I Mr. Powers pointed out. son, 1423 West State St; lib:*=' '.ear tooMaciOocztxai,..m... ..:...;
F .c.ch Fr. Potato -
z.""J' ogler Itrs 0.lg.laatOobi6st's Lid-.... .J
girl. ,: aa iIaa.r, -
ROOSEVELT GRILL PATRONIZE Mr. and Mrs. Milton Grif- L rI dIV..pa,,.Sf
fin, 507 Odessa St.; Boy ( ........ -. ..... ................ .

Ashlay and Madison Star ,Advertisers Mr. and Mrs, Earl Kirkland 6\ :

2310. Farfax St.; Boy. < .

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Page tour THE FLORIDA STAR nu_ __ Week Ending Sairuday., October 24., 1659

I Evergreen Will'I Observe Joint Anniversary _i. I'J "I




Annual: women's day will be observed
.. iCie
: t Sunday in Midway Tabernacle -I
Evergreen Baptist Church will begin its 18th anniver- tI Baptist Church with Mrs. ,

ary and 7th for the Rev. H. H. Wright as pastor, Monday I i Alice Phillips, general chairman J>

with the Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor of Sweetfield Baptist and Mrs. Carolyn Royal cochairman it

Church; the Rev. Dallas J. Graham, pastor of Mt Ararat in charge. Mrs. Jane Boyd.will ,
Baptist Church and the Rev. W. M. Lavant of St Mark Bap- serve as pastor for the day. Mrs.

tist Church in charge of the service, sponsored by the dea- Mildred Dallas, ,secretary; Mrs.

con and trustee boards.The Oreatha Floyd, treasurer and Mrs. We4tZoc2a
Rev. G. T. McCall /
pastor of
i' Ellen Williams, chairman of the
Mt Vernon Baptist Church the '
Rev. H. T. Jenkins of New Mt. WOMEN/ PLAN' program committee.
i' i Sunday School will begin at 9:45
Olive Baptist Church and the Rev.J. .. '
a.m .with Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith of
L Scott of First Samuel Baptist : ., St Stephen AME as guest superintendent -

Church, will conduct the service ANNUAL DAY AT j ... Miss Doris Thomas, guest
Tuesday night, sponsored by the
teacher. A tip of the Pepsi OaQ
School and the Usher Board
Sunday d. AG 4 Morning worship U ajn. with to these outatand
No. LThe ST. PETERS AME' ; .. Mrs. Quinell Cooks Hutchinson and young Americana ,wmake .
Rev. A. Anderson of Bethlehem *
41ti4 Lr- Mrs. Ruby Harold in charge of de- our country' MA
H. T. Overstreet _
the Rev. of
votions. The morning address will community a Mtt>f
Mt. Tabor and the Rev. W. C. Neal pur
be delivered by Mrs. Annie Mae Glace -which to Hr
of St. Thomas will have charge of y
The women of St Peters AME a Cain
the service Oct. 28, sponsored by f y *
Church will observe their annual The young people will have chargeof ... **
District 1 and the deaconess board
Women's Day Sunday beginning with i the afternoon program at 3 p.m.
The Rev. S. L. Badger, of Eman- ... !
the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Choir 2 of Mandarin will serve. .' .t. ,
uel Baptist Church and the Rev. The Rev. Vivian Williams of New Miss Kathleen Mosley will be the ;,w +. .:..;' ';::.'< I.
R. L. Wilson of West Friendship will '' .
t" .
soloist. :> {
Bethel AME Church will deliver the guest ,
conduct the service Oct. 29, sponsored ., {< ..L...
7:30 The
Evening worship .
message at the U a.m. worship pm.
by Usher Board 2, District 2
hour. The Rev. Everlena Levy will closing sermon will be delivered by +
and Choir 2. speak at 3 p.m. at which time No. 1 the Rev. Mrs. Amanda Anderson.Mrs. .,'. >t. ', +
The Rev. D. J. Jones of New Hope ,
will be the .
Choir will serve. Alice Boston guest .,>
Baptist Church, Marietta, Union soloist. x .?J*
Progressive Baptist and Bishop G. The closing address will be deliv- ) I *

Bradley of the Church of God In ered by Mrs. E. Brown at 7 pjn.. : 4 Q" I *

Christ, Arlington, will have chargeof Captains are: Mrs. R. Arnold, Mrs.. 4P t 1' J. *

the service Oct 30, and spon- A. Carter and :Mrs. Lucile Gray. The :.. .
sored by Districts 4, 6 and Choir 1. Rev. R. J. Arnold is the pastor. s ., LAYMEN PLAN J-
The Rev. W. M. IL11 of Mt. Calvary The women of St. Peters have extended aM'A '" :t
.- New Stanton bcnior .
will conduct the service Nov. an invitation to the women 5*
I ... j Scho-1 J
1 at 3 pjn. and an appreciationnight I of other churches to worship with I! SPECIAL DAY High
Wendell is president of T
will be observed Nov. 2, with them Sunday.HARRY .f
the Rev. W. L. Jones of First Cor- I I I i the 10th grad3 class. He"'("'

inth, the Rev. E. L. Wilcox of Beth- }IAT EBENEZERI is a member of the march"

any Baptist and the Rev. W. A. J. SMITH I ( ing bane, hcnor safety *,"

Mack of New Jerusalem Baptist in and atf .:cJs Ebenezer Methodist -*
charge. Each pastor will be accom- r AT MOUNT SINAI The Laymen and friends of Eben- I Church % .
his choir ushers and Ii
panied by congregation Methodist Church will observeloyalty i *
ezer *+ "" "" **. **
Sun- .. ... *..*
The Senior Missionary Society of and laymen: day jointly *. --- -- .

Alt Sinai Baptist Church will pre- day at the 11 ajn. service. $ 9 ". '. : .;.-..:.'1:
sent Harry J. Smith' in his annual : I The junior choir of the church, 7'1. 1 .
SECOND BAPTIST under the direction of Mrs. Nathalie .
musical recital at 7 pjn. Sunday ? : ";
Oct 25 in the auditorium of the 'I Clemmons, will furnish music for I II + :,..> wru ti

church. s the occasion. I + : a : ( :h
WILL\{ OBSERVE Speaker for the occasion will be .
The artist will be accompanied by .. f < : : : 'f. .
invited the to attend the I >
has. public ; ; ,: n
C A. Shootes and supported by the i I ; : : <' .
Male Chorus of the church. Smithis CHOIR EVENT The photos above depict scenes of the third anniversary cele- faculty of New Stanton High School. .r .::{

ANNIVERSARYUsher a deacon of District 8 and singsin bration of Choir No. 3 of Mt. Moriah AM E Church which was held in the auditorium Lay leader, Abner Stripling Jr., I' 4"* .
has invited the ot attend the
the male chorus. of the church at Oak and Stonewall Streets: public r..

Members of the society are askingthe In the top photo Clarence Campbell an d Thomisina Conner are seen as they were service. .. t,". .. .. .
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Board 1 of Second Baptist full support of members and crowned "King"' and ."Queen"..., respectively.In I II I ;1" LINDA HALLI

Church will observe its 56th anniversary friends. the bottom are seen members of the choir and some of the members of the I I I
and the 12th of its president -, church who participated in the event. MISSIONARY WOMEN New Stanton Senior
Mrs. Mary K. Heard, Monday.I I SCHEDULE MEET IN : > High School
1 Cola Dealers and
at 8 p.m. JUNIOR LAYMENORGANIZE ] MRS. RUBY ALLEN EAST CONFERENCEThe : T t Pepsi Pepsi Cola Bottling Company -
The program committee headed JOHN H. I DAY SPRING
are proud to saluteI
i ;
by Mrs. Agnes Jackson and Mrs. MORRISf TO RENDER RECITALDitrict East Florida Conference I Linda of the 10th gradeT
Virginia Burns has arranged an interesting Branch Missionary Society, AME t
class where she is active
program for the affair. ATST.STEPHEN WILL f 1 of St Matthew Baptist ANNOUNCESACTIVITIES Church, will conduct its 3rd quarterly in activities.
Several talented personalities including ;I Church will present Mrs. Ruby Al- meeting in Payne Chapel AME many

Miss Arey Crispen of Grant I II len in a musical recital Oct. 25 at Church Monday at 5 p.m. I ..+ +

:Memorial AME Church. Miss Crisp NEW HOPE AME I t 8:30: pjn. in the church auditorium.Mrs. The reports on the quadrennial

;. n will render the "Creation." Allen will be heard in some meeting will be made by the follow- *

Several choirs of the city and I of the latest gospel selections and ing delegates: Mrs. C. D. Akery,
Choir 3 of Second Baptist Church will be accompanied by Choir 1 of Mrs. Ethel Richardson, Mrs. M. D. *

will sing for the occasion. The Junior Department of the lay John H. Morris, a member of the Mt. Bethel Baptist Church Mrs. King, and Mrs Abiah Shehee. I I x *

Prizes will be awarded to the I O"< :ni7ntion of the East Florida Duval County System and a Staunch Victoria Terrell will preside at the District 1 will meet Sunday at 4 *

visiting boards with the largest number C.n'Ten'e, AME Church, was or- member of Mt Zion AME Church the piano. p.m. in the home of Mrs. Essie i *
of members present.The I giu2cd recertly in the home of P. J. Mrs. Thelma Nixon and Matlean I I *
will deliver the address I White, 320 Orange Street; District 7 1
during the
Junior Usher Board will also McIntosh Sr. Young are sponsors of the event. 'ltuf !L ;
Citywide ACE League Union's will meet at 4 p.m. with Mrs. Mary *
celebrate its anniversary during the Officers elected were Prince McIntosh regular -
service. Mrs. A. Jackson and :Mrs. Jr., president; Miss Barbara monthly program Sunday at 3 t' Westpoint, 622 State Street; District SHOESBUSTEH '! *
Laurette Blount are the adult lead- Bryant, first vice president; Chester pjn. in New-- Hope AME Church, r I I 12 will meet at 4.pjn. in the home of 'I

,' ers of the group.ATTENTION. Bryant Jr., second vice president, 17th and Davis Streets.A : SWEETFIELD PLANS I Mrs. Daisy Brown, 635 Court E; District ,
Lorraine McIntosh, third vice presi- 21 will meet at 4 pm. at the .
s dent, Gloria Davis, recording secre- well planned program featuring JOINT ANNIVERSARY church; District 26 will meet at 4 .... JOHN BETSCH. JR.

LADIES tary; Brenda Williams, assistant talented persons from the various x pjn. in the home of Mrs. Inez. Dan- New Stanton Senior g
Bridge & Social Club. secretary. churches of the city will be presented. : The church and pastor's anniversary iels, 1254 W. 4th Street High School 3
Reporters Carmen Adams, financial secretary Several readings, solos, trios and ,i of Sweetfield Baptist Church Tribute is paid to John
Send or Mall ; Claude Scott, treasurer; Mary quartet numbers will be rendered. will begin Nov. 4-16 with ministersand District 3 will observe its anniversary of the 10th grade class.

Your Social News Johnson, chaplain; Paulette Howard,' Miss. :Maggie Smith, president of their congregations of the city Sunday at 4 pjn. in the He is a member of the

Mondays To reporter, Samuel Howard, parliamen- the league at Mt Zion js chairman taking part in the observance. home of Mr. and Mr Joe Young. St. Phillips Church and

FLORIDA STAR tarian. of the program committee and Mrs. The dosing sermon will be deliv- Deacon E. D. Grant will sponsor BROWNMeans president of the Alter'

2323 Moncrief Rd. Cor. 13th Meetings for the group will be held Mildred Hill, president of the leagueat ered by the Rev. R. H. Wilson of I a tea Sunday at 4 p.m. in the basement Guild. His: hobbies are'coin

Or Phone EL 4-6782 the fourth Sunday in each month at Grant Memorial is assistant chair- Bethel Baptist Church. The choirs of I of the church in interest of Fine collect'and music'
man. Miss furnish the the annual men's day which is sched-
4 p.m. Carolyn McRoy and Miss the various churches will listening _
Evelyn .Presha will assist the program singing. uled for Nov. 8. Quality ,

_ \r.I.---"r.\ft committee. Those who are in- The entire membership is asked to < *

terested in representing a church on accompany the pastor, the Rev. D.B.
Chiropractic Can Bring You Relief From
the programs will please .contact Barnes to Evergreen Baptist Church, Listen To PepsiMusic.Quest

either member of the committee. Friday Nov. 20. ST PETERS WOMEN
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YOU ON THE ROAD TO GOOD With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Rev. Vivian Williams of New Bethel k t'5, '

HEALTH AME Church. Music will be furnished sk
Visit Our Modern Clinic by the choir. Mrs. R. J.

k YOUR LOCAL PAPERS Arnold, captain of group 1 will pre-

I We Deliver We Also Fffl All ,Doctors' Prescription side. And ,

DR. W. F. WEAVER The afternoon program will be Perfect
presented at 3 p.m. The message Fit t 1
.. Dixie Pharmacy will be delivered by the Rev. E\w- 7.50 and 8.50 ,
lena Levy. Music will'be furnished
according to size
1502 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE: AVENUE!: by Choir 1, Mrs. P. Carter, captainof I
HEALTH CLINIC EL 6-7830 Group 2 will preside. Dea1 es a
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TEL&- closing address will delivered by
518 Broad Street Between Ashley & Church
PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE t Mrs. E. Brown. Mrs. Ladle Gray, t

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Diversified Cooperative Training j Mrs. Nettie Mae Spates, local
:Miss Dorothy Maynor, internationally famed soptano, will be heard in Drivers Education and P-TA of j singer win observe her seventh anniversary -
concert Friday, November 13, in the New Stanton Senior High School audi- Northwestern Junior Senior High Sunday at 3 pm. in Shaw
torium at 8:00 pjn, under the sponsorship of the Jacksonville Chapter of School invite patrons to attend an I Memorial Baptist Church.
11 8 the National Hampton Alumni Association.A inspirational hour Sunday from 4 to Appearing on the program will be
6 in the school's .
; graduate of Hampton Institute, t 1- pjn. the Blount Sisters, Voices of JeroI -
L-1 :Miss Maynor is giving up two weeksof I tute, Miss Maynor sang in the Ham- I purpose of the program is to I salem Mrs. Ida Scott, Excelsior
give an insight into the D. C. T. and
.2 busy concert schedule to presenta I ton Choir and accompanied a selected -: Gospel Singers, Mrs. Dorothy Acosta
.1'.<,:. series of 10 concerts for the benefitof group of students to tour the Drivers Education Department the the Rev: J. L. Sanders. Mrs.
two latest courses to be added to the
'. ; the National Hampton Alumni United States and Europe. She later Delphinia M. Brinson, the Rev.
t" '..1 p I Memorial Scholarship Fund. accepted a scholarship for three I curriculum. E. W. Mainor.
Celebrating her twentieth anniver- years of advanced study at the fa- I During the get acquainted social The Congregational Gospel Sing
> sary on the concert stage, music has mous Westminster Choir School in I hour, parents will be given a chance ers, Mrs. Lime Mae Ford, Mrs.
""1 been a part.of Dorothy Maynor's life Princeton, N.J., where she studied to affiliate with the P-TA. Leona Daniels First New Zion Baptist .
from earliest childhood. She knew under Dr. John Finley Williamson. All parents of 12th grade students Church choirs, Waycross Gospel
'f the spirituals and folk music of her Subsequently, she trained in New are to go in conference with the ad- Singers will also appear. Mrs.
people before/she could talk. One of York Qty for three years. ministration during this session to Spates will sing several request
\ three children of a Methodist minis- The young artist's New York debut discuss their children's academic numbers.IS .
ter in Norfolk, Va., Miss Maynor in Town Hall was a brilliant standing.
with her brother-a tenor-and her triumph received with such acclaim DRINKING
} sister, who played the organ, helped that she was then .engaged to perform has since appeared with nearly all YOUR
her father build his struggling parishby as soloist with the New York of the major symphony orchestrasin Getting To Be A Problem
singing in the church choir. Philharmonic, the Chicago, Philadel- the United States and has made,
While a student at Hampton Insti phia, and Cleveland orchestras. She two; full tours of Europe. i Call EL 4-3176

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SURPRISE-Mrs Janie Anderson of 314 Chelsea Street who was given a surprise ? CHECK WITH FLORID SIJ
husband Mr. U Anderson and friends
birthday party recently is seen with her
who participated in the conviviality. Among them seated are Mrs. Lucille Butltr, _. L 'fir. .

Mrs. Mary Margin Mrs: Mary Hawkins. Mrs Lizzie Johnson and Mr. Audrey '<.' .... "-
Smith Standing from left are Mrs Connie Halback. Clarence Smith Mrs Rose r -'!,- ",,,, a /., e -

Fulbright and Earnest Levy; -. ;i. .
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Dr. Wickam's report that the organ- N.BCL.'s motto "Link Up with ,, .. c:! .:- ... .<.
BEAUTICIANS ization suspended all rules for her Us". o;; ; \ LARGEST

reelection.In 'r l
The entire officers staff was re- Y'. S

ELECT PREXY her annual report Dr. Wiekam I elected for I960, the following is a DEALERCOMPARE
stressed the following: "The Back part of Dr. Wickam's cabinet: Maude r" .
To School Movement for all Beau .. .'
Gadscn, 1st Vice President New ..
UNANIMOUSLY ticians", Special Volunteer Servicesin i York City, Mary Clark, Dallas. Tex- :
I Veterans Hospitals under the 1
2nd Vice President, Pauline
B.V.C.," Beauticians in Political Ac- I as
tion", "Continued Financial Supportto ; Humphrey, Des Moines, Iowa, 3rd I
N-AAC.P., the Cancer Fund, I Vice Pres. Margaret Mitchell, Baltimore -
PHILADELPHIA, PA Dr. KatieE "The March of Dimes," "The Urban I ( Md., Willie E. Smith, Greensboro -

Wiekam of New Orl ans. La. became League" and other National Organ I N.C., Alberta Mayfield, Oklahoma __ H" .
president of the National Beauty izations. Recommended support oft Qty, Okla., Elizabeth Mainor, .- J
Culturists League, Inc. for the h e Group Insurance Plan for SL Petersburg, Fla., Marie Edwards, :
second consecutive two :year term, N.BCL. Members Continued Work Seattle, Washington, Felicia Wells, PRICE.QUALITY' 'SERVICE.
by unanimous vote, when the organization for New Memberships. Chicago, HI. Ora Lee Patten, San
held it's 40th Annual. Con Stressing that in unity there is Francisco, Calif., Ella B. Martin,
vention held here at Hotel Broad- strength, Dr. Wickam urged the Financial Secretary, Cordelia Jean .
wood October 4th through October uniting of all Beauticians Organization ings, Recording Secretary, Louise .
15th, 1959. Chapman, Corresponding Sec'y, Minnie -
with the N.B.C.L. In unity thereis
So impressive and informative was strength and streeing the D. Hurley, Treasurer, Marie jr I
Smith, Finance Chairman, Aline : .
Jefferson, Chaplain, Made P. Edwards -
Katie Mae Levels, and Ver- Hr12iI ,
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD AT: nice Hardy.Dr. ,

Wickam closed the 40th Annual
IiilMais Cared
Convention with a special salute to ,
the Philadelphia Beauticians and I =
Members of N.B.C.L. to Na-
Sorority :
StoresClothing tional Convention Chairman Carolyn FINEST QUALITY j 1 I
Dismond, Marie Smith, local Chairman -
For The Entire Family and all assistants to the Press
and all others for the wonderful '

115 West Bay Street spirit of love and cooperation which ULTRA VISIONConsole _
made the 40th Annual Convention a
grand success; and urged that 1,000
Convention Delegates and the 3,000
visiting Beauticians to be in San
FLORIDA CLASSIC FANS Francisco, California for the 1960 TV
Convention. During the 1960 Conven- #
After the Game Visit tion which wifl be held in August, p Model 2lC24S1
the Executive Board will meet in
Ivory's Chile Parlor Hawaii the 50th State of the Unionof "
Dramatic SLIM SILHOUETTE styling
our U.S.A., when N.B.C.L Members
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the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats is seen here as
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they get ready to match wits with the coacrlng staff
Phone EL 4-7695 For Appointments of the Florida A and M Rattlers when the two teams

meet in the Gator Bowl Saturday night Oct. 24 In the

annual Florida Classic. Head Coach Rudolph "Bunky" .

Matthews is standing pointing out something to his
WHEN YOU ARE ILL assistant Raymond Thornton. The Wildcats have never -

You Seek The Best Doctor won a game from the Rattlers since the two

When Your Doctor PrescribesGet teams have been playing in the Gator Bowl. Bunky

Experienced Pharmacists who will be out there bent on halting the winning

y To Fill Your Prescriptions streak against them and that particular feat will call

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At New Stanton's Homecoming on and an enormous group of guests
1907 Kings Road ELgin 3-8276 game Friday night, Northwestern of I yelled, surprise!! He was so happy
A COMPLETE LINE OF: Miami held a 6-0 lead until the last and astonished that he ould do
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candies Sundries of the fourth quarter when Alfred i nothing but smile.

PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Denson intercepted the ball and j Among the chaperones were Mrs.
scored a tie game of 6-6.; I I Waltee McRae Mrs. 0. Brantley. .

After Denson made a lovely touchdown j his grandmother, and his mother,
Beverly Taylor, one of the Mrs. Knox.
high stepping majorettes burst into During an exclusive interview with

tears of joy and said, "I had a feel- j Miss Carrie Hamilton, "Miss Stan-
ing that we would not lose our homecoming ton" of 1953-59 we learned the real It's new,

-I knew it." reasons why she fainted during the It's I ,'
PRINTERS PRESSMEN ADMEN .It's mo darn. exciting 4
Mrs. T. S. Williams, the Geometry recent coronation cremony when M

teacher at New Stanton congradu- she was called on to perform her last And it's far, far more than a new way to ,/
There for
are openings
EXPERIENCED editors lated the members of the class who i official act as "Miss Stanton" of heat water or cook food!Yes,used for all 4
copy-readers, advertising salesmen circulation were connected in any way with the j I 1958-59. it's worth, natural gas is not just a new
Home-Coming game, after which I Carrie, informed us that she was household fuel but the"open sesame" .
and linotype
men women, printers compositors -
she said, "Alfred Denson is favorite -
my running a very high temperatureand
to a whole new way of life! +
I operators. football." But she really meant I that her doctor had ordered her
that Al her favorite So join the smart thousands of Florida 1
was player. in bed but she was determined to
However, a smart Alec replied, "I'd participate in the coronation as per I homemakers who are learning; how

young reporters and people for all departments like to see you pick up Al and run a scheduled. Carrie also reviewedsome I natural gas saves time, saves work,
if you have a real desire to become a member touch down." of her past experiences as the i saves money. makes life easier in +7 !

of the newspaper fraternity.WE George Knox, an honored senior at first lady of the student body and 7 big ways! Remember, it's safe,clean, 4

New Stanton Sr. High School she smiled as she recalled the many efficient, dependable. and above all,

NEED Men"and women young or middle- marked another red letter day in admirers who called her for dates: it's fast, fast,fast! You'll speed through K '
aged in all fields for a chain newspaper and his life when his mother, Mrs. Iris and extended special invitations to.. .. .have extra leisure
Knox and his friends surprised him school affairs, and etc. householdFlborhores
magazines. .enjoy life ,
on his sixteenth birthday.He Carrie stated that she has as many
received an invitation to attend admirers now as she had during her Sounds wonderful, doesn't it? Well,
ACT NOW State experience and age. a club anniverary, which was reign as "Miss Stanton" but she was it is wonderful! Please let us prcve it...

WRITE: actually a foxy way of getting him :really concentrating On graduating call our office for details now! y ..

to arrive at the Y.W.CA. on October II next year and beginning her careeras ". y..
INTERSTATE PRESS: 17, at 8:00: o'clock p.m. When he entered a cosmetologist.

P. O. Box 732 Jacksonville 1. Fla. the lights were off, the music We understand that the girls in ,

was playing softly and no one was the DCT department do not welcometoo
in sight Suddenly the lights came many female visitors to their
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DIRECTORY program .Fess Parker really
created a big rush Tuesday when he

I visited the school to meet and greet
Listed Below Are Recommended As
Reputable Establishments
the New Stanton family Sandra
Specializing Services and Products Jones made it very clear that she

was nof one of those who puts down
AUTO SERVICE : Washington's Health Service her "steady"aand that her friend

I "Abundant Health Is Rightfully Yours" was not available for those who planto ,

AUTO PAINTING COMPANY :Try Swedish Massage Mineral Steam Bathi "go irregular".she put it w
Colonlc Therapy the Stantonian Staff is being organized ,
Complete Body Repair& Paint Work t+
D. C. Washington Masseur Same and we look forward for the )4:
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If You Want The Finest In Groceries '601 West Ashley Street EL 4-138C ian Anderson ,will be guest of honorat :.,.=,,- &iN'l ...u.itS.. 9 r y1uj

And Meats Come See Us the third annual NAACP Free-

'300 Davis Street EL 6-5412\ dom Fund dinner in the Hotel Com-
>J JULIA GEORGE 5 & 10 CENT modore here Sunday, Dee 6, 1959.
MISCELLANEOUSAAA Announcement of the celebrated
-- STORE __ singer's participation in the gala l f gry 7A :.
BONDING AGENCY Courteous Treatment '$100 per couple dinner was made Itrkp tat biitrwbln.
Open 8:30 to 7 p. m. by Jackie Robinson cochairmanwith : .:; >:>' '' ,w ...n't.MMtrf.H BfKy srks.x .
City County and Federal Bon* 306 Davis Street EL 4-1211
Mrs. Margurite Belafonte, of
Law Exchange Bldg. EL -lI3J t .
the Association's 1959 Freedom Fund
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MAGGIE CONFECTIONERS 100 members of the dinner sponsor w GAS Alt-(ONOfIONIN6- CASdOmSBITlIIWty .
30 Years In Electronics |: BEER CIGARS CIGARETTES ing committee launched an active % N.A aura d d.,.a.1..s.A k$M '1....est n ivw...
All Work Guaranteed Iw d-..tMrfot .MMMX4 h M
\ ICE CREAM COSMETICS ticket-selling campaign with a viewto
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TIMIQUANA ROAD TRADING jj 1102 Price SL EL 3-6312 room of the Hotel Commodore.

POST |[M. L. Harris PI'Op. Heading the general dinner com-
mittee in this sales campaign are f x6AS
Complete Garden Supplies QUICK SERVICE MATTRESS CO. Dr. George D. Cannon and Cornelius
Fertilizer Fruit Products
McDougald, New York attorney. Cochairmen
-New and Used Furniture bought and sold-' Mattress Benovailaf Our Specialty of the luaulATtosw+,*,
564 'Tlmhraaaa Road SP 1-3 One Day Service Kivie Kaplan, Duke committee Ellington include, Mrs. d ..... ./. ..sr.da,

JOHNNIE'S ROOMING HOUSE Old Kmgt Road PO 5-1634 Effie Gordon, Gecrge Gregory, Oscar ........, ", vI
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All Modem Conveniences TAXI Dr. All E. :Thomas Jr.. Dr. Harry

Room by Dar. Night or Week "Al Your Service" J. Greene, and Dr. Cecil Marquez.I GAS CORPORATION

For Information Gall : NEW DEAL CAB -' EL+ 4-1611 The dinner this year is expected to THE "ACKSONVILLi.

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I Rattlers And Wildcats Ready For Annual Classic I

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Coach Jake Gaither the Big Chief Rattler of the Florida A & M University CLASSICGROUPI F

Rattlers has never been recklessly optimistic, but he has always i -1
had enough confidence in his team to believe they will hold their own under i S : I II
fire, and that is what he believes about them when they meet the rampaging I i
I Wildcats cf Bethune-Cookman when they meet in the Gator Bowl In a meeting of the Florida Classic I EZZARD CHARLES the former heavyweight booing= champion was

Saturday night. I Committee held in Jacksonville recently scheduled to fight; Lee Williams, Oct. 20 in Boston for the New England

Gaither is planning to gp after the five members of the committee heavyweight title, but he couldn't go through with it because he was ruled

Wildcats in full strength with Lewis Coaches Matthews and Thornton were cited by the executive com- unfit by the :Massachusetts Boeing Commission After Ez Charles was ruled

Johnson, left halfback; Ralph Burns, will be banking very heavily Robert mittee for their contribution to the unfit, Williams was matched with Billy Tisdale of Bridgeport. Conn.
fullback; Eddie Daniels, left ball- Dickerson, John W. Smith, Curley COACH ED HURT of Morgan State .
Florida Classic the five
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back; Theodore Richardson, quarter- Burch, Robert Townsel, IL T. Rain- ,: ?x 3 I College will be coaching footbaS; forr Wills contract from the Spokane clubon

back, Clarence Childs, right halfback ey, Willie Dillard, Arthur Knight rJlK years. his last time this season at Morgan condition, but before the 1939

; Jordan Pope, fullback; Melvin Earl Sykes, Donnell Burke, JoeLove The citations were presented by President Martin D. Jenkins of Mor- season got underway he was returned
Crawford, center Earl Adams, left and freshman
some very good Dr. George W. Gore Jr., presidentof gan made the announcement that to the Spokane club. He ",ascon.idt'1't'd
guard; Benny Strong, right guard; material in Horace Dove Bobby I ffrtc !
Florida A & M andover Hurt has turned
: University, in his resignation. one of the best glove men
Donald Woodruff, left guard; Robert Frazier, Frankbn Crayton and Herbert !
Williams, right guard; William Da- Blackshere.The the signatures of both Dr. Gore Hurt is resigning on orders from his In ba ball but awfully weak on hit-
and Dr. Richard V. Moore doctor. He will however continue as :
vis, right tackle; Curtis ting. When the Dodgers secured him
end; William Sims, right end; John fans are hoping to see some Bethune-Cookman College. athletic director, professor of physi-
real competition when the two teams cal education and track coach. Up to he was still fielding with the best of
Glover, left end; Elbert Harris, right
end William Barber, right end; tie up in the annual classic. They The certificates were presented i this season his football teams have the lot despite ht weak hitting. The
; will out in numbers I during the annual banquet held for won 174 lost 40 and tied 17.
Frank Merchant, left end all return- turn large as f games Dodgers decided to keep him and
have done the Citizens Committee and the He turned in undeafeated for
ing lettermen. they every year hoping I teams before he was with the club for a
expecting and looking to see a battleof press to Dr. William Stewart, president i 11 seasons. The 1W3 team did not ,
Since the season got underway, brains and brawn. II of Edward Waters College; allow a point while scoring 166 long length of time he was hitting

some mighty fine first year men Thre is one thing certain how- Nathaniel Davis, president of the points in five games. hard and regularly. The 1 little fellow .

have also shown up well. With the ever, they are always sure of ''witnessing I Jacksonville Chapter> of the Bethune- BLANCH MARTIN, Michigan StateAllAmerican is given credit for being the

returning veterans and the new men a beautiful half time show Cookman Alumni Association. Claude is classed among the sparkplug for the Dodgers even ia
together the Rattlers appear to be that is always good when the Florida I Hilliard, president of the J. R. E. best ever produ.ed at the school. the World Series. The Dodgers werea

ready for another undefeated SIAC A & M Band take the field. The Lee Jr., Chapter of the Florida The big tan fullback is already the fortunate group to secure such a
season. Bethune-Cookman band will also be i A & M University Alumni Associa- number one draft choice of the Los fellow as Wills turned oat to be.
there to add to the beauty of the tion; Miss Eartha White, founder of Angeles Rams Martin maintains a
On the other hand the Wildcatsare the Clara White Mission Dr. JamesH. THE NORTHWESTERN YELLOW-
; B plus in the difficult
evening. ?__The big question average pre-
determined to prove to the Ratt- IS IT FIGHTING OR ACTING one Lewis, president of the Afro- dental curriculum and has twice JACKETS remain the only unde-
lers that they will be no pushovers.Both thai has aroused the interest of the public Is American Life Insurance Company. been named to the scholastic Ail- feated team in the city. The Engineers -

teams have met and defeatedthe STARIN whether Archie Moore, light heavyweight boxing The Florida Classic is an annual American team. Brown is going to the Blue Devils, the Fiery
Morris Brown Wolverines. The FLORIDA champion seen here will continue to light or give It grid classic played each year be- play pro football in order to con- Dragons, the Fighting Panthers and
Wildcats, considered the underdogwill EVERY up for the movies. Moore Is currently making a picture tween Bethune-Cookman College and tinue his dental course. the Tigers of Edward Waters College

throw full strength at the Ratt- that will be released by Goldwyn. The champ 5s r Florida A &: M University in the BASEBALL FANS in several cities have tasted defeat. The Yellowjackets -

lers. COLORED HOME playing the role oi Jim the slave in "Huckleberry I Gator Bowl in Jacksonville. will have an opportunity to see some have kept their record clean up

: :' : ""- '.: II Finn" Sam, Goldwyn Jr.. the producer of the movie The citation read: of baseball's greatest players in ac- to this date.
r { said Moore is reportedly ready to quit the ring and go I "Certification of appreciation pre- tion when the Willie Mays All-Stars : TIlE CROWD THAT GATIIERED
In the movies The champ has never taken hit their I
I permantly. sented in recognition and appreciation towns. With the Mays' All- at Myrtle Avenue Park Friday night
any acting lessons, but he learned the 16 pages of of his untiring efforts and invaluable Stars will be Ernie Banks, Hank Oct. 16 was a reminder of the good

PALMS dialog for the, screen In one day, Mike Connolly, Hoi contributions in the successful Aaron Early Wynn, Don Newcombeand old days when all the big games
lywood reporter said. promotion of the Florida many others who are familiarto were pbyed there. The grandstandwas
Classic." the fans. I jam packed to see the New
Blue Devils battle Northwestern
failed on the point try. A recovered Remarks were made by Dr. Stewart BE? The Los Angeles Dodgers are,
of Miami in the Blue Devils
O WILDCATS WIN/ fumble by Lorenzo Hamilton set up I and Dr. Scott, supervisor of education considered the most fortunate groupof Homecoming. The game was a thriller -

BALLROOM down early in the fourth quarter but in Duval County. players as a team in the major from kickoff until the last whistlewas
leagues in 1959. When the Detroit
the next score for BCC when Burke sounded. The Bulls from Miami
turned thumbs
Tigers down on little drew first blood and then the game
passed to Dove for 22 yards good
: Wills and sent him back to
went on nip and tuck until the clos-
OF JACKSONVILLE 0 for the score. The point was scored the minors which gave the Dodgersan ing minutes of the last quarter when

DAYTONADAYTONA by James "Shotgun" Crayton who Watch This Clown' opportunity to get him. The Dod- the Blue Devils tied the score. Several

.. 0 ran right end. In the final minutes of 20'- 31_- 6d gers had been having short stop trou- spectacular plays were made by
T "'"'. <<
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812 _44 73 both teams.
A the game Frank Crayton, freshman t :
grabbed Wills from Spokane of the
0 BEACH fullback ran 20 yards for the ]last Pacific Coast League. SMOOTH SAILING TIL WE.
score.Extra point was no good. Final 2 .. 8 THE DETROIT TIGERS bought i MEET AGAIN.
of Wildcats
group from Bethune- s
0 score BCC 38, Benedict 12. 0
23 Cookman College, pointing to the 7 .
The Wildcats will carry a 3-1 record .
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OCTOBER game Oct. 24 with the Rattlers from 3 5
F': 0riames into the Gator Bowl when they ACOSTfVSEVERYTHING
Florida A & M University in the
meet the FAMU Rattlers Saturday ,
Gator Bowl at Jacksonville, downed _
19 06_- 11
Brown the highly regarded team from Ben- ; 303915 4
edict by a score of 38 to 12 on the Bait Shrimp Live Crabs .
e rain soaked field at Memorial Sta Sometimes ne"8 u|
Sotnettinna'+ be'* don
dium. Be adds subtract Fishing Tackle
AND THE 0'. He works it all aronnd
In the first quarter Burke passedto
FAMOUS FLAMES Murphy for 38 yards to the Bene- Coming Attractions
e dict 3 yard line where Burke ran 2754 771 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

p / PLUS right end for the first score. The IS YOUR DRINKING .

I point after touchdown was good. "?7----A.-.r.,?...... ..V..7..74'.V.r.4'A.: .V--- .--v
to Dickerson. The half ended
Getting To Be A Problem?
; 0 iPDavis BCC 8, Benedict 0. In the third quarter -
Burke passed to Dickerson for

0 0 Point 15 yards after and touchdown another Burke touchdown.to Dove Call EL 4-3176 Football Football! Football!

ORCHESTRA was good. Green of Benedict passedto S s *
0 Pratt for 11 yards for the first
MON. THRU THURS. 75c Benedict score. Point after touchdown
Fifth Annual Florida Classic
was no good. On the first play
FRI.SAT.. & HOLIDAYS $ ..oes after the touchdown Burke passed to

Dickerson for 22 yards for the third

.. Wildcat tOUcbdOl1ith Arthur TOOT The Bethune-Cookman Wildcatsvs !
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point after touchdown. The score at w1.
the end of the third period was BOC 11n.r.ll iI

POSH us ,I 24, Benedict 6. >b. d RAIEI.' The Florida A and M Rattlers

Benedict scored their second touck-



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Telephone Immediately Business Manager. Florida A and M University Tallahassee. Florida.
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WELCOME RATTLERS AND WILDCATSMeet the annual Florida Classic Saturday Oct. 24 to be played between thee Rattlers of OPEN 'TIL DAWN _
Florida A and M and the Wildcats of Bethune-Cookxnan College. From left; A.S.
J "Jake" Gaither head coach; Robert Pete Griffin, head line coach; Edward Ogles- B. B. Springleton ManagerSTBAND '

Your.Friends. by assistant backfield coach; Costa Kittles, end coach: Macon Williams assistant

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the same men who will be guiding the destinies of the Rattlers againsb the 2 BIG HITS!I.
Wildcats Saturday night. The Rattlers will be out io keep their slate clean againstthe Sun. Oct. 25 Sat. 31st
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