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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 7, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 7, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00281

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Preceded by:
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Over libel In 1955 Hurt 4th- Business .
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ATLANTA Ga. William J. Arnold, former national welfare "Everybody lost", was the statement made ,by white and colored
, director of the National Alliance of Postal Employees and ex-Third businessmen who lost thousands ,of dollars when large numbers of M"'AaFfiuyv

, District President has filed suit for damages totalling $55,000 against both Negro and whites, alarmed by the false reports of racial: friction.

. Lawrence C. Moman of Jacksonville, Fla. present district, president remained away from Jacksonville's beautiful beaches and resorts on
claiming the latter libeled him and caused' his defeat in the 1955 I the 4th of July.Business ', s p
Fall election. and civic leaders credit the STAR and its last week's

Moman. a mail clerk: between edition with preventing a complete rout of the heretofore,prosperous4th
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; Jacksonville and Atlanta, was suit. for libeL They are: of July resort business. The STAR'S expose of the, unfounded THREE IN A ROW John and Evelyn-Laster. Jr. of 5737 Abelia Road became the proud par- .

served the suit in Atlanta, ;wbere- *''!We,fewf-asking..gjfajr: jwtic. .!iecm'l $.pin\iR ilMf. ""Yfif .arsrot ........s8rerstsr'Hosyltat on'Father's Day. Sunday. June'17.; Myrna Lynette was born
ber.ooma between run*.' *_,*"?-:*";" under heirgtttationinot' MERCYfor heard of the"'mar h on thebelches>Public officials used the STAR'S d.tSO'p. m:," weighing 3 pounds.'4V4 ounceiTMarcia 'Lorna'was born at SM p:nI:. weghlng'3pouitti ---- "'-"' ,--I
mail the delinquent who is only a story to help explain the false rumor which by_,July.lst had alarmed ,
Arnold, a retired railway 6 1/4 ounces and Marva Landa was ,born at 5:18 p. m weighing pounds 10/t ounces.
clerk of 36 years' service is an ,liability to the organization and thousands of North Florida,and South Georgia 1 citizens who each j

Atlanta real estate broker. He i the.,Postal Service year visit and spend thousands of dollars in recreational activities on

claims in two counts of the suit "Your present district presidenthas the Jacksonville beaches. Court Rules t r New Berlin Boat Races
filed by Atty. Dan Duke that Mo- piously attended Board meet Significantly, it was the Orlando and St. Petersburg daily papers ,
man libeled him in fact and by ings"where policy and program is rather, than the :r Jacksonville dailies which broke the rumor in the Youth Shooting

innuendo in a campaign letter formed, and then returned to the daily press. :
circulated through the mails to district and done everything humanly Reports reaching the STAR indicate that attendance was way off Marred By Bad AccidentsBY

approximately' 900 members of possible to defeat the very at American Beach. Little Talbot Island and State Park and Butler "Justifiable"Patrolman I ,

District Three, comprising Georgia thing he helped formulate. This Beach when Negroes alarmed by a daily newspaper statement that 1

Florida and the Carolinas.The has been done by surrounding the 'white people may 'be looking for trouble 'and get some innocent J. E. Miller was STAFF CORRESPONDENT
letter district president's- office with an Negro into trouble" refused to undertake a, road trip to the beachon cleared of in the
suit charges that the responsibility I The New Berlin boat races on the 4th of July ended in a bloody I
contained "false, untrue scurri 'unholy alliance' of treacherous, the Fourth. fatal shooting of 'a 15 year old mess following two separate accidents which brought serious injuries
lots, degrading and defamatory disgruntled, frustrated senile and William Fordham Tampa, president of' the Florida State NAACP colored youth, Albert Leo Carterof I to two Jaxons.
""hard1 destroy informed national news services on July 3rd that neither he nor his ,.
matter" about Arnold, causing 'die men, who seek to 817 Market Street. The two victims of the holiday I --- -- -- -- --- -
him not to be reelected district the organization if their organization knew of any "march to take over beaches a.t Clear- After hearing several witnesses accidents are: Fred Demery and i '
president and injuring his credit antiquated ideas cannot be forced water or Jacksonville Beach. Mr. Fordham pointed out that there including colored residents of the Joe Lang. f:

and reputation.The upon an intelligent membership. was no basis for such a rumor. area where the shooting took Demery is in Brewster Hospital I

campaign literature, dated When. everybody becomes, liars Responsible business leaders agree that the rumor was. well t place the jury returned a verdictof suffering from a skull injury anda I

Sept 20, 1955 and signed by Mo-' thieves, and crooks, just uncover planned on a state-wide basis. The groups or individuals.responsible I justifiable homicide. The inquest gash in his head where he was'

man contains two paragraphs on the accusers -and you. ,find 'the for it apparently planned it to injure the resort and, entertainment I was conducted by Justice of cut by the propeller of an out-'t
business d'iring the 4th ot July and also to create major racial misunderstanding
which Arnold bases much of his rats. the Peace Sarah Bryan, with.Asst. board motor when his boat over-
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had existed
where none
-' State Attorney Nathan Schevitz turned and went out of control. I L
The "Florida Star" which has worked unceasingly to build a
acting for the state The Jacksonville boating enthu-"
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Boycott 1. strong industrial and business life in Duval County received over Miller said he and his partner
Leaders Urge i siast was driving his boat at a
: one hundred phone calls from merchants and civic leaders duringthe on the beat E. H. Perry, were high rate of speed, when-he fell

rumor period.Jaxons dispatched to 1041 Palmetto in the out as he made a sharp curve. I .

interest of a burglary. Approaching Demery was thrown into the river, -:

Increased RegistrationTallahassee the house with teh car lightsoff I and. as the craft zoomed and turn t
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Are Urged To Support : .. they were told the prowler ed wildly the propeller of the I
was in the house. The officers engine connected with the sports-

In a mass meeting sponsored by the Negro Inter- Guide Advertisers separated and Miller reported man's head inflicting a deep gash.
Shopping
Civic Council Edward D. Irons told' the group. We have been :when he passed a window he saw The quick action of other boatmen '
I Ir
.apathetic about voting and therefore we have a city commissionwho !someone in the house. The man I who came to his rescue pre- FRED DEMERY

can stand in 'front of us and belittle us. Our commissioners r The attention of Jaxons is called to a group of ads appear II began running through the back vented" a fatality on"the scene. : has narrow escape

have committed a .sin and they' should be reckoned with at the ing on Page 8. under ,the heading: "Florida Star Shopping yard and when he ort'ered him to I I I The other victim is Joe Lang a
to stop he fired into the air twice.,
He appealed to the group Guide. I I
I recent Stanton High grad who
register and vote together in. the The man, he continued then ran Pool IssueIs
The_ firms advertising in that section are establishments I plunged into the river and got in
Sckttl Board future: The city has population which are featuring special buys at drastically low prices.I down Spearing Street into a yard I the path of a boat Before the
colored with 3.I& and over a fence. It was at this I
of 14,000 ",-ote. only Each of these firms handles top quality merchandise and are I point the officer said he fired. Settled At operator of the craft could bring
to I '
registered all known for dependable service. it to a standstill the youth had
Defers Action denied The youth was taken to the
A five-man commission Because of the fact that colored patrons are often accorded where he later Delray Beach I been gashed about the neck. He
fill Medical Center
for :
the demand of the group' shabby treatment in many local stores care has been taken to mintemal .A i l also suffered a brokep collarbone
bleeding.The
died fro
integration on city buses. List only those establishments that maintain a policy of cour- I and is in Duval Medical Center:in:'
On Appoiflhnen! of free officers said they questioned i I
Dan Speed chairman a teous treatment to all their patrons. Delray BeachThe City Commission serious condition. -
car pool,.said the council wants to The firms advertising in the "Florida Star ShoppingGuide" the youth while h awaiting said he had the voted to drop plans for'l .
put a church bus and several station ambulance and e excluding the colored section from
The Board of Public Instructionlast are the places that welcome your trade and are displaying been in the house. They said, the OPPOSE, REZONINGIN
service. The
into
limits start-construction of a
wagons city ,
Thursday deferred action on a spirit of cooperation and understanding in an effortto describ- '
the youth looked like. a man FLORADALE
has
commission opposed pro- municipal pool for colored and
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Thelma the entire
the appointment- Mrs. I promote progress in community.We 10 inches
and Cities Transit Co. which ing him as being 5 feet
posal seek means of providing them
readers to patronize the firms
Livingston to a teaching position. I earnestly urge our ,
holds a franchise with the commission ". tall and weighing 170 pounds with.beach facilities. Floradale citizens in a recent
Mrs. Livingston held the positionof which advertise in the Tlorida Star and Us Shopping G 1de and chin 1
has promised to fight any wearing a mustache The vote was taken after a con- meeting voted to oppose an appli
enable do
will better
to
a guidance supervisor in the all the revenue from advertising us a """ ,
other public transportation system whiskers, ference between the commissionand ;cation for ,rezoning an area at
Negro division of the school system job bringing vital news and working for progress in our,com i ,
although it has closed' down the Defray Beach Civic League -; Verbenia Rd. and 43rd Street far ,
but the positions wereabol-, munity. We will also be able to do a better job of,championing '
ished in both white and Negro operation. the people'srights and promoting good wilLSPEND Mrs.: Daisy DuncanIs I' for Colored with Ralph Re- business. :"
.nick as mediator. Renick IS news At a meeting of the Floradale
schools shortly after the recent YOUR DOLLARS WISELY. PATRONIZE SHOP Cited For Service I
elections. Singleton, A. ,I- Lewi4,to Bald- PING GUIDE ADVERTISERS ,ON PAGE 8. I director of'a, radio station in Mi !Improvement League' members'
Representatives of various Negro win; Willie Mae Jones, Baldwin!I Mrs. Daisy JJuncan was awarded I, ami. ". ', stated that they did not feel that a '
to A. I* Lewis citation recently at New I A few days ago the commission business in the community at this
a
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opinions on 1
expressed
groups 75-Year-Old
'Other- Thieves Rob Home Woman voted to shelve funds already tune is desirable .
both sides of the question of Mrs. appointments approved I Stanton High School, in; recognition : appropriated I necessary. .
Livingston's appointment Some earlier were L: F. Pleasants, Ellie Of Jax Bachelor Burned To DeathKey of her royaL service and' cooperation for the pool pending t A previous petition signed"by !

were for her appointment to another Johnson and Mary Spicer. ? _____ through'the years I developments on its proposal to I residents in the community was '
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transfer involved Alice the colored section loose from placed before the re-zoning CODlI -
post and others spoke Another An estimated $1,156 in clothing West A 75-year-old Mrs. Duncan taught forman1 cut
woman -
A. Lewis to Long School and I corporate:Bruits mittee at its last meeting when ,
against giving her a job in the Robinson, L. and furniture was reported stolen : years at Stanton High |
burned to death last
school system. Branch. from Seth Darby. Jr. of 1844 Jefferson was since her retirement has continued -:" Mayor Michael Margate,.a commission I action was deferred. jI
.
The board approved the follow- '..;. Street Tuesday when an exploding kero-' to lead a very useful and member said. 'following I A lpommanofth_ organise., "

ing appointments Dorothy'Logan YourEditorial Darby reported officers that sene stove set fire to her small busy life giving her service wher I the decision made last night "I lion urged citizens to attend th. -

West LewisviUe; Ernest Wyatt Page, his apartment was broken into frame home in Key West. The ever needed in the community.She I hope that well start fresh and I next hearing which will be held in j

music James Weldon,Johnson. I Speaks for Progress while he was away and the arti-I victim was identified ,as Dora being expressed the. recipient her appreciationfor of such forget[ past differences to'work" in the County courthouse on Jul.U.
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atmosphere of cooperation. at 2 p. III.L
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: THE FLOMBA': STAR. _: .. POLITICS: AS USUALBY


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ERIC 0. SIMPSON .. i
_i:,? .! PdU144 fcy Tfca _fbrUt Stir ,. ...... C*. __ .' :
CIVIL RIGHTS "FOREMOST ISSUrDECLARES :

_' M.1li.g AUraut MEMBER OF SENATOR HENNINGS SUBCOMMITTEE. ,. ,:.:,-
fi P, O. Bx ''I. J.ckM.viIb 1. ,FI..I1.' __f; '

413<,Br.W;SttM, JaduMvitk.. Florida P.... ILafa_ 4-J77J it' NEG ST. LOUIS-Civil tights is one of the foremost issues in OUTJ,- '
nation's capitol' iid despite bitter debate "informed observers believe -
ERIC, 0. SIMPSON r MoMfiafl I.... / that out of this session of Congress will come the first civil

C.- Pint. J....MI ;: News Staff 4 rIi S rights legislation to be enacted by that body in -15. years," declaredJ.

Delmas Escoe in here last' week.
Member of Associated Negro Press speeches
:1 Escoe is associate counsel of
.. -- SUBSCRIPTION RATES '- r! the Senate Sub-Committee on of Representatives more than 20
-.... 1", $5.00; H.lf Y.., PM; Tb... "'-tilt. $1.10 Constitutional Rights Senator years ago introduced his first
: M.W'"T. Yeti Airwtora U ... Uaitttf State.
S.L.cr4ptie." P.r.... I.! AArvac. Sea4 Checks .i Missy Offer T.: V Thomas C. Hennings, Jr. (Dem. civil rights bilL In 1940 during a
FLORIDA STAR P, 0. BOX 541, JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA Mo.) is chairman of that sub- debate on a peace-time selective

4"ii; 1: committee. service measure on the floor' of
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR the House, he urged full utilization -
: Speaking before a regular '
of Negro in the
1. Firemen. manpower
Negro t :' branch meeting of the St. Louis
2. Mere PoHc Officer c1n? Negro ; \ NAACP and a luncheon of the
V '
3. Cars for the Police.. *bse industries. And it was he
Squad Negro \ : distinguished Century Club of the
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A' :. ; ( : who in the Senate last spring introduced
of the V
4. More and Better School and Speeding Up I \ Pine Street YMCA Escoe pointedout
fVJXi/J t; the resolution to
\1 appropriate -
Building Program. thai the subcommittee this
funds for a broad and intensive -
N. -, year reported favorably four billsto I
: V J! ", study of our Constitutional -
Vf V strengthen federal protectionof
Eise .wer Tells NAACP Meet ; :#r a'' civil rights. He listed these Rights, the speaker said.

.. ". V bills .as (1) to establish a Civil Escoe declared that the bill to

Of Hope For Civil Rights Law : f j'11 V ,Q;;; Rights division of the Departmentof protect the citizen's right to vote

A i ., Justice, (2) to protect the voting extends the Hatch Act as now
: rights of all citizens in federal written to include primaries and
SAN FRANCISCO Calif. _*-A hope- that Congress will elections and primaries ((3)) to special elections of federal officeholders

enact Administration-sponsored, pending civil rights legisla- y"T r protect members of the Armed in all states.

tion was expressed by President Eisenhower in a message of t .-ts' f 4)J I Forces against bodily attack and
greetings to the NAACP's 47th annual convention.A ((4> an anti-lynching bilL lie described the proposal to
strengthen civil rights laws, within -
telegraphed message from the Chief Executive 'de- Escoe, former city editor of the
the of
clared that the civil rights measures, if enacted, "will materi- Kansas City Call and a practicing Department Justice as.

ally assist the government,in discharging its responsibility to lawyer, sair as a campaign issuein of an elevation of the Rights Section

safeguard the Constitutional rights of every citizen in this .. an election year, "civil rights the department to the status ofa
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::: division. Such a division would,
country, including the right to vote. threatens to dwarf and to submerge -

"But laws on the statute books are not enough," the presi- '"WHAT THE BIGOTS WOULD LIKE TO DO" all other issues, even including -.. be general.headed by an assistant attorney


dential message continued "Patience and forbearance and the controversial farm

wisdom are required of all.of us if we are to solve effectivelythe to have your way. Steer clear of program." The new anti-lynching bill provides

perplexing problems of this trying period of adjustment.As social engagements that could This is as it shoud be*" the penalties ranging from $1-

you turn your attention to these problems, I wish all of youa Your Weekly make too stiff a demand on your speaker declared "for there is 000 to $10,000 and one year to
most successful meeting." cas hresources. The 24th is the nothing moreimportant to the twenty years in prison for persons

President Eisenhower's greeting noted that since 1909, ideal day to gain the ear of high- American form of governmentthan taking part in lynch mobs. It

NAACP members "both white and Negro, have been strivingto Horoscope. GuideWHICH erups, clients or officials. Turn the guarantee to every citizen further provides penalties of $5-

secure for all persons regardless of color their full measureof all developments to good profit.. of our country that he shall 000 and five years imprisonmentfor
Constitutional rights. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 8-88-90-17-69-213 not be denied those basic rights public officials who fail to use

"A Badge of Honor"A BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL which are the very hub and "all diligent effort" to protect the

telegraphed greeting from Dr.: Israel Goldstein, presi SCORPIO spring board of democracy. I victims of lynchings or attempt
PABLO The Born Oct. 24 thru II I lynchings. .
ASTROLOGERARIES NOT. 22
By
dent of the American ,Jewish Congress, asserted that the Escoe pointed out that Senator:
"label of extremism' placed on" the NAACP is "a badge of I The enthusiasm that drives you Henning. has been **irf the van i

honor won in the fight against the shameful badge of Jim to greater heights and prestige guard" of those dedicated- the CIVil RIGHTS
CANCER should be fully fanned while Mars
of the rights granted
CroVf'/ Bern Much 21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 .stimulates creative preservation BILLWASHINGTON
"Generations of Americans to come will benefit from your powers under the Constitution. Hen-
your firmness in refusing to accept any substitutes for full An interesting development Long-range projects hold the spirit of enterprise and inventiveness. nings, as a member of the House
seeds
stemming from unknown or for much greater activity C h
mys- Those who are concentrating air man
attainment of Constitutional Dr. Goldstein added.
rights
,
terious sources should bring a which will also naturally mean on their careers should find Howard Smith. Virginia Democrat -
Greetings to the assemblage from the president and happy ending to a situatiorn that greater returns. Be bold in your themselves able to make steady full confidence in your ability to I said the civil rights bill may
. Board chairman of the Association singled out for special could have disturbed your peaceof thinking and your planning as this progress toward their ambitious sweep all before you this week. be scheduled for House action

praise southern NAACP members who have refused to yieldto mind in recent days. You may means money in the tilL You may objectives. The moral support, or Your talents can now be displayed' during the week beginning July 9.

pressures and threats during the past year: be.faced with an inner conflict regarding encounter contrary views, but active intervention of a friend at their best as there seems to be! The House Rules Committee

President Arthur B. Spingarn and Board Chairman Chan- the person to whom you don't let it make you change your could contribute to the realizationof no lack of incentive and inspirational voted 8 to 3 to send the bill to the
ning H. Tobias predicted new NAACP victories during the should grant-your affections std mind..when you.feel'that you.are a fond hope of ideas that you inducements. Create or buy House floor fo ra vote.
;;;. .cxmimgvyearXrhe'latter;said that -"new tactics and methods you will have to make your choice right The, accent is on demos- have long nurtured. Make the the things that put a finer touchon Southerners have sought to

have been developed to meet the present crisis in the,South." with a full awareness as to the ticity and family relations, and best of your dynamism to gain the art of working and living. keep it bottled up in the committee -

He indicated the Association may "develop additional methodsfor probable consequences. Consider you will have to be careful not to your desires. The need of other people to back in the belief it would pass of
dealing with the situation." words and actions step on sensitive toes. Knowledgelies
present your carefullyif 9-30-55-12-78-626 you up is especially demonstrated brought to a vote.
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Enemies' Tactics Are DesperateOf they threaten marital, partner- all around you. as far- as the financial side or the Two days general debate on the

the Association's members Mr. Spingarn declared: "It ship or family associations. Econ- 210221879821LEO V SAGITTARIUS picture is concerned. Once ypu bill is granted by the committee

is in large part due to their devotion to the democratic way omci factors should be considered Born No... 23 thru Dee. 21 have done your utmost for the guaranteeing a roaring session

of life and to their belief in the ideals set forth in our Ameri- before severing*vital ties or form Whether you are on the go in present, you can await the future with most if not all, the Southern
.ing new one which are unpredict Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 i with faith. members seeking an opportunityto
can Constitution that the NAACP has become at this time a new and interesting places or tied _
significant and, in fag, a powerful instrument in achieving able.I20441572181. You are in possession of strong down by your professional and 5-70-55-13-727 denounce the measure

equal citizenship rights for all Americans. Our enemies,know jlanetary as well as human sup- domestic obligations you should
this and their tactics in fighting us have become the tacticsof port when it comes to pressing find this week rewarding in many
TAURUS your personal cause. But whenever -
Let ambitious
desperation. respects. your
Born April 20 thru May 20 encounter opposition and
""Some of our members have been victims of the economic you urges and instinctive good-judgment -
pressures exerted by the White Citizens Councils. Others The period is just right for obstacles which are beyond your remain the sole dictator of
PEOPLE IN THE MEWS!
strength, be content to wait until
have been threatened with violence for advocating civil rights down to earth projects- such as your important decisions and
and desegregation. I am certain that the great majority of housing, building, trading and the they are eliminated by the forceof moves regardless of the promisesorf

American citizens who believe in equality of opportunity ad- like, especially when you are circumstances. Should you be pressures of others who may

mire the courage of our people in these troubled times, and backed by those who support your afflicted by uncertainties as,to the be motivated purely by self interest

I personally salute their refusal to bow down to the forces of cause. But, If you get toodaring proper course tp adopt, fall backon Friends can be most enter-
bigotry." and try to accept all the risks you your intuitive powers and the taining because of their unusual
may find you have not gained in counsels of friendly advisors.
Period Crucial. ways and conceptions, but be on
the Peace in the familycan 7-5O.-66-l9-68-342
On the same subject Dr. Tobias maintained that "we are process. your guard when you have to
be preserved wheneveryone T
facing a crucial period.in the history of our organization. Our VIRGO shoulder all the expenses.
contributes his share of work\\3nd
6-30-44-17-57-283
successes in breaking down the ancient segregation barriers responsibility. Let your dear ones Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
have aroused the enmity of those committed to the obsolete
The advantages of remaining in
have their say when it comes to CAPRICORNBorn
Jim Crow patterns. As" a consequence, we are under attack recreational pursuits and don't let the background and letting your Dec. 22 thru Jan..19

throughout the South. disputes over costs spoil their and mate, friends or others allied to Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

your pl asures. you take the spotlight are stressedon
Collaboration holds the key to
5-G 0-12-81-727 the 24th and 25th. It.could.
-
Do's And Don'ts"Don't ., progress as well as to the initiation -
mean money for you as well; andit
of join enterprises that are
GEMINI should help you to find new
fated to with the
prosper passageof
21 thru June 21 fields for self-expression. Al-
Born May time. The 22nd and 23rd are
though there are signs that money
The pursuit of pleasure may splendid days to take up the fin
indications of
will come in, the
still be occupying your thoughtson ancial aspects if there are any, k
higher: expenditures for social and
the 21st and 22nd and this and to arrive at satisfactory arrangements -
business are also present
purposes
would be the only thing that Accept the hand of
3- -88-f4-73-231
would cause you to lose a wonderful friendship when it is proffered on
opportunity to achieve a high the 15th=16th. asethere are long-

goal or to cash in on a fine propo- LIBRA range possibilities of closer associations -
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Pineapple Sip Talented Artist Gives Recital I



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,Mrs. Eva C. Rosier of 1491 West 9th 'Street left the city 'recently A delightful ,affair planned for.

Iot:")>hiladelpMa Pa.. and New York City to spend her vaca- !Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 p.

tion. Mrs. Rosier was accompanied by her mother Mrs. Agnes Cobb .m. is the Pineapple Sip sponsoredby

and her daughter Marsha. i district 6 of the St Matthew I

:Baptist Church. The affair will
Mrs. Florida H. Cook and son Richard of 1478 West 11th Street I be held in the home of Mrs. Ollie'I Ii -ty IDA JAMES
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left the city recently for New York Cityand New Bedford. Mass:. to i M. Blaylock. aFw EXPECT TO SWELTER IN THE SUN?

spend their vacation. Mrs. Cook is instructor at Oakland Elementary I Clarence Bostick has been invited ] HERE'S HOW TO KEEP IT A SECRET

SchooL t obe the guest speaker. .
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Ir With those tropical heat waves rapidly approaching, it is well
District 7 will meet Sunday at
The engagement of Bettye Jean Neal to William Richard Stark r 3:30 p. m. at 1531 W. 8th Stret to marshal all our forces now to prepare our defense.
of St. Augustine.has been announced by Mrs. C. Felder Carswell of I How about taking the time'
I On July 9. the Rev. G. M. |
St. Augustine aunt'of the bride-to-be. while you still have the energy derfully safe for skin and cloth-
i Champion pastor of the Lewis'I
Miss Neal is a graduate of Fisk University and was recently to look through your cook books ing.
Memorial AME Church will conduct
awarded the M. A. degree in music education at Columbia University -I I will be and recipe file for some unusual
I the services. He accompanied -
Teachers COllege.Mr. dishes to counteract that summer-
by his congregation.The time Miss Frances Dennard
appetite ? You'rebound
Stark is a graduate of Florida A and, M University and Jr. will be slump
II Rev. Hill Norris. to find salads that demandto Will Render RecitalAt
tour with the U. S. I I
recently completed a of duty Army.
guest speaker on July 15 at which
be eaten; Sandwiches equally Ebenezer ChurchMiss
The wedding will be a September event I
time the mid year rally will ter-1 I irresistible and hot plates so

!minate. tempting they will make for-
you Frances
I Dennard will be
At a party recently in the home' of Mrs. Marie Brown in San II get the weather. And don't forgetto presented in a concert on July Hat

Diego,.Calif., the engagement of Miss Mamie Goldwire, formerly of I look for beverages that are delightfully 7 p. m. in the Ebenezer Metho

this city, was announced to Mr. Davis. Sport Dress Ball different as well as de- !dist Church. She is being spon-

Miss Goldwire the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Goldwire of liciously cool' I sored by Choir 2 of the church of

Ochlochnee Ga. but had lived in Jacksonville for many years. She Set For 16th In the grooming department, a which Mrs. Martha Washington is
member of Grant Memorial AME Church while here and July
was a Y : :* ?At ? good way ,to begin is with your president.Miss .
served actively.Mr. coiffure. Now is the time to have Dennard, the daughter of
Davis Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Davis of San Diego. At Country ClubI T1 your hair trimmed and thinned Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson of St.

The wedding is slated for Sept. 16 at 4 p. m. in the Bethel AME I and to have it styled well off your Petersburg is a voice pupil of

Church, San Diego, Calif.jttwt face. It's a'good idea to safeguardyour Mrs. Chester Underhill of St.
Furnishing music for the YMCA: I
curls against wilting humid- Petersburg and is hoping to grad-
Auxiliary out door.sport tIreba; !!
ity by giving yourself a uate from Florida A and M Uni-
permanent
I Gloria is a student at Boylan I will be Raymond Taylor Band I ,'. T Y..-.. =.,'. .._.." --.., -',' ...., -. versity in music in August
People Haven. featuring Harold Frazier at_ the ;
From here on in, you'll be wiseto She has served as one of the
piano and also as vocalist. Miss Ernestine L. Jordan To Render Recital' I
apply makeup with an leading soloists for the UniversityChoir
Mrs. Willie Richardson of 1424 The affair will be given on July your
Miss Ruby Riggins will leave I has appeared as soloist for
extra gentle touch; that will help
State Mrs. Bessie Parrish
Street
16 at the New Lincoln Golf and
the city July 8th to visit her Company D of the ROTC, playedfor
both to look and feel cooler.
of 239 State and Mrs. Vicki you
Street Country Club instead of the previously i Miss Ernestine L. Jordan Presented
grandmothers Mrs. Oliver John- Andrews of West State Street announced date. And if your coloring permits con- the Philadelphia Baptist
son and Mrs. Mattie Riggins in, sider trying the cool summer Church and appeared on TV per-
Cordele,. Ga. She will also visit have left their the_vacation.city for Chicago will to Mrs. Norris L. Jackson president In Musical-Recital Sunday Night shades of tan and coral in face formances in Tampa and St.
spend They
Mr. and"Mrs.:Samuel.Lee. Johnsonin of the auxiliary, said that the powder and lipstick. Petersburg.Miss .
be the house' guests of Mr. and
Albany,'Ga. Miss Riggins is the affair is given to assist in sending Joanne Wilson will serve
Cool looking costumes are a
Mrs. Joe Jones.
daughter of Mrs. Lillie Bell In-' needy boys to the Y-day camp Miss Ernestine L..Jordan will be1 presented in a musical recital as' accompanist for Miss Dennard.
must, of course. Iced shades of
gram and is a junior at New Stan- now in session, on Sunday at 8 p. m. in the St. Thomas Church. She is being pre- Miss Wilson recently received the
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Anderson of blues greens and yellows in
ton Senior High School. James Bolden is assisting in sented by District 5 of the church. B. S. degree in music from FloridaA
1117 W. 12th Street left the city voiles and dimitties are particu-
planning the affair. The singer is widely 1 I I and M University.
last Sunday afternoon for Los young larly wonderful. But don't over-
Mrs. Arizona Redding of Miamiis Angeles Calif., to spend their va- known throughout the city for (given light concerts two which look the properties of black. Manya

in the city visiting with her cation. They are members of St. her talent in music and literature.She were presented in Phillips Hall in girl has discovered that her Ralph Stewart Family

parents Rev. and Mrs. N. Eutsay Paul AME Church serving in Stork is a product of the Hayes- New York. black cotton sparked with white

at 803 First Street choir 1 and the male chorus. Moore Music School and has She is making her appearancehere touches and accessories has been Makes PresentationTo

studied at New York University for the first time and is a her most complimentcommanding Mt. Zion Church

Mrs. Rosa Hutson Johnson of Uriah Portee of 1411 Mt Her- Deliveries !and Hunter College of New York member of St Thomas Baptist costume.

New York City is in the city' visit- man Street has left for New York i where she was active in the Church of which the Rev. W. C. Whatever colors you decide are During the Men's Day programon

ing relatives and friends. She is City, where he will be the houseguest Rom Tn: choruses. Miss Jordan has appeared Neal is pastor. best t for you you'll need a really Sunday in the Mt. Zion AME

the guest of her sister Mrs. DoraB. of Mrs. Lucille Mote. I in several talent shows and has The public is invited.,, effective deodorant to help you Church, the family of the late-

Washington at 1526. Harrison ---- to maintain their beauty and Ralph B. Stewart Sr. presented a

Street. Mrs. Johnson is being entertained Deacon T. J. Taylor of Day' Jimmie and Genevieve Airline your own comfort and self assur- sterling silver communion pitcher

with several luncheonsby Spring Baptist Church is ill in 1559 W. 18th St, boy June "A Night Of Appreciation" Honoring ance. Unfortunately, just about to the church.Ralph .

another sister Mrs. Susie_ Lee the Brewster Hospital followingan 20. every woman has had her deodor- B. Stewart Jr. spoke fee

Gordon and Mrs. Izora Ta.v'or.! automobile accident Members', James and Lois Morton 5845 Mrs..Ci1td.eJtlcC I{! Set For July 10th ant fail her in'one, way or another. the family and reminded the au-

She is the daughter of the late and friends may visit him. I Jeranium.IkL, boy..May,24,..., t Gentle, deodorants have proved dience of his late father's love for

Rev. L S. Hutson. James and Addie Maree '6128 -, I generally ineffective; .effective _, 1:1: (4hLs'church.and.hetmanYteootri

Mrs. Mildred Harley has left Japonica Rd. boy, March 2, GETS TESTIMONIALIN Night of Appreciation" in,I ones have been harsh to skin and butions of useful service made

Mrs. Daisy Wade of 1343 Spear- the city to visit her brotherinlawand Elmont and Angeline Edwards, of Mrs. Carrie McCall for, clothing.! during his lifetime. He was accompanied -

Ing Street is recuperating in her sister .Mr. and Mrs. V.- C. Jr., 625 Court C. girl March 6. HER HONOR many years of faithful serv- Now a promise to eliminate this by his mother and

home. Mrs. Wade is a member of Connadite in Cleveland Ohio at Williams and Annie Williams, .... ./ be an event in the Mt. problem completely has been brother, De nis. .

the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. 7116 Cedar Street Apt 2. 1267 Grothe St, boy March 7. ;"Z..:,i 'd:-1 : Baptist Church on July made by the Procter & Gamble Mrs. Gerheve Gardner, chair- ,

Philip and Johnnie' Simmons, "';f '; 8 p. m. Company with the introduction of man of the Stewardess Board accepted -

Miss Willie Collins of 1205 W. Mrs. Estelle Andrews continuesill I 736.Court.D, girl,March 10. ''.d Board 1 of the its new cream deodorant. Called the vessel from the familyin

12th Street has left the city to in her home at 718 West', Melvin and Nedith Bartley. 1918 "r is sponsoring this affair on Ice-Blue Secret this new product behalf of her group and membership -

visit her aunt in Washington. D. Church Street Mrs. Andrews is a Mill Creek Rd, girl. March: 10. ', ty birthday of Mrs. McCall who boasts a new discovery which of the church. She pointed -

C. Before returning she will visitin member of Ct Thomas Baptist Eddie and Rosie Jefferson, 1561 I' served as director of Choir 2, cools the underarms. Claiming to out the need for such a vesselin 1 '

New York City. Church.Mr. Davis St, boy, March 10. of Deaconess Board be more effective than any other i the stewardess work and promised

John and Lonnie Davis 2081 of the Women's Class similar product it is,at the same it would be put to immediateLISTEN

The Rev. and Mrs. W: B. Coffeyof and Mrs. P. E. Morris of Woodside Ave. boy March 11. 15, president of the Minister's time a very gentle cream, won- use.

Ft. Pierce are in the Brewster 2030 Myrt'e Avenue, have left the James and Beatrice McBride. Council, a member of Vic-

Hospital recuperating' from an city for Los Angeles, Calif, Kan- 720 DeWitt St, girl March 12. Chapter 1 and a member of

accident which occurred Tuesday. sis City Mo, .and Macon. Ga. Calvin and Willie Jones J759 : ; Speedway Community Club.

Rev,Coffey Is'the'Presiding Elderof They are members of St Paul Broadway St, girl March 14. : on the program --- ..

the Miami District; >H AME Church. Mrs. Morris is a Willie and Mattie Thompson
Choir 1 of the
be the Senior TO THESE PROGRAMS: .
Aid Board W. 40th St March 15. .
2164 boy
member of the Pulpit of"A Hope Baptist Church, Lonnie
Mr. and Mrs. Willie C. Bro and the Gladiola Ladies Club and Wm. and Linnian Biggins Jr., the Rev. Charles Jor Presented by the .

wnwere called out of the city to Mr. Morris serves on Usher Board 4003 Moncrief Rd. boy March 20. Attrus Fleming, Lessie Jones, .

attend the funeral of their sister 1. Tom and Ola Barney, Jr., 1203 I Grace, Ollie Hudson Mrs. "FLORIDA STAR"or '.
Mrs. Frances Brown Cranson. in 132
Francis and Lucy Murphy,
Sessions, the Rev. II. T. -' '
West Palm Beach. Florida. The Mrs.Ella Mae 'Harrell of 715 30th Ave. boy March 29. I Choir 1 of the Taber- / Your Listening Pleasure ,

Browns may be contacted at 902 .West,10th Street is ill..in, the 4 Samuel and Mildred George Baptist Church: the Daniels 7

W.: '22nd Street, in Wesf Palm Brewster Hospital, and also a 6116 Japonica Rd, girl. March 30. Mrs. Elnora McBride, Mrs. "Star Time"Over

Beach, Florida. member _of,.Day Spring Baptist J Robert and Mildred Francis,, Mrs. Earline Foster will Wright Mrs. Queen

Church. 742 N. St Court boy, March 30. honored with a Testimonial G. W. Scott Mrs. Carrie Station WRHC '
Samuel Johnson is convalescingin Charlie and Gloria Allen Jr.
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Mrs. Louise Perkins and Friday Nites 11:30 to 12
his home at 1225 E. First Street Mr. and Mrs.. Israel Mills of 1133 Julia St.. girl. March 31. on Sunday in the First Rev. W. M. Hills. p.m.

He is a member of Day Spring Miami were' the weekend guestsof Clifford and Gloria Paul 1147 Church of which the Rev. J. the refresh FEATURING RHYTHM AND BLUES .

Baptist Church. Mr.,and Mrs.' Thomas Brinsonof ,Grothe St. girl March 31. Sams is pastor. The program will be served.program ...
and
1144 West 9th Street 'Robert and Viola Vickers 1752 :begin aO:30' p. m. -
'Herman Callender, Jr., and Payne' St, girl April,5. r Cholethe Miller is presi- '
Glora Callender of 636 Pippin The BYPU department is of the Board Mrs. Helen .
Charles and, Thelma Wiggins I The Shopping Guide
Street and formerly of New York OutingsAn 1530 W. 21st St, boy, April 7. soring the affair in general chairman: and the

City has left the city for New ,Cleophis and Doretha Metcalfe I of her work in the church. G. T. McCall, pistor.Wedding "Leads to the Best Buys" ,

York for a month's'vacation with 9M Johnson St, boy April 9. has worked in the auxiliaries 8:00 to 9aOO a.m. :z
their family and friends. They outing to New Berlin sponsored Jimmie and Mary Moore 2118 Sundays :
the church for more than twenty-
also visit in Canada. They by District 9 of the Mt. Ara;; I
will Meharry Ave. boy April 10. GOSPEL MUSIC
scheduled for five years has served as supervisor FEATURING .
members of the First Baptist rat Baptist Church i
are Ozzie and Edith Hicks 2324 Bells
4, has been post-: ol the kindergarten department AND THE SHOPPING GUIDE
July
Church. He is a student at Mat- Wednesday Moncrief Rd. boy April 15. 'Instructor in the Sunday i 1
thew W. Gilbert School and] poned until July, 27.
Philip and Annie Bright. 1652 School department and as director Applications for Marriage ALSO ;
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W. 12th St, girl, April '20. of other activities in. the church.A Licenses -
Alexander and Jessie Goodam, :
Don't Have Go to Town to Get 21. program has also been plan- The "Florida Star" Newscasts
, You to 906 Everson St, girl April ned with leading artists of the Franklin Murphy 30 Sumerset '

Cleveland and Essie Tremble. churches participating. Place Newark N. J, age 23 and Over Station WOBS .

710 W. 17th ,St, girl April 21. 730 Court C, Blodgett # : .
is invited. Betty King "? m
LOW PRICES The public -"* 4g wr I
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Beaman and Clark Kendall. Homes age 18. ; ->f :i5.it

1411 W. 10th St.,boy, April 21. Moses Gilmore 1530 SpearingSt 12:00 NOON .
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Benson and Bettye Williams NNp..'" /
On Your, age 20 and Ernestine Nance x ..4a
Route 1, Box 375W, boy, April 26. Miss Earth M. White MondaysWednesdays 4
1511 Spearing St. age 19. "
NEEDS Leroy and Essie Smith 3670 Announces ReopeningOf Daniel 1077 Canal St. <
DRUG STORE 27. Allen : jj .
Freeman Rd. girl, April ? krxs ;/
AdaDuvalt. Box :!5.1.
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Chas. and Elizabeth Crawford, Nursery SchoolMiss age

Trade With Your Neighborhood; Drug Store Jr,5814 Harris: St, girl. May 5. : Coleman Fla.. age 21. ,_ Fridays _i 1
5827' Donald Crawford 1804 McCoys -
John and Ellen Connqrs
Eartha M. M. White presi-
We Will Meet Any Prices' AdvertisedIn Marigold Rd. girl. May 8. dent of the Milnor Street Nurseryhas Blvd. age 21 and Ama Smart -- with s
Algie and Vernell Palmer. 1212 announced the reopening of 3050 Bethel Court age 20. .' j

Your Local! Papers Davis St, boy. May 14. the nursery, at 1444 Milnor Street I. Willie J. Lee, 728 E. Jessie St,
"Leon and Johnnie Oliver. 2116 age 25 and Bernice Daniels 2446
daily from 7 a. m. to 3 p. m. ERIC; 0.SIMPSON
Venus St. boy May 17. W. 3rd S1., age 16. ': -
HOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY Mitchell W. and Mary Stewart, Mrs. Vivian Williams has been Otto McQueen Jr. 1086 West ,
made supervisor and has had f >
Fort George Star Route Box 163. 26th St, age 21 and Carolyn Eu- ;
t 1302 KINGS' ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE girl. May 18. eleven years ot 'experience in banka Callier Hgts.. age {9. if '.' / 1tf ,; '-
$5'7tIw. nursery schools* Leonard Atwaters. 1332 W. 21st
PHONES EL '- Mose and Dorothy Thomas :
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Deliver W. AIM fin All Doctor 'reKriptioe. 823% Shetters Ave, Jax Beach, Brought in to assist in the schoolis St, age 29 and Elizabeth Rulfin. National-Regional;
Miss Louise Shanks who is also 1145 W. 4th St. age 25. I : :
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PAY. YOUR'LlGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONEBILLS boy.Aaron May and Landress Jones, Box well qualified. Willie M. Mims Jr.. J550 E. 20th and Commentary ;'/0..i&tc o. su so; N'-N' : ;

AT OUR STORE 885, Green Cove' Springs, girl The nursery is a division of the St, age 28 and Irene Boks 1224

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I -Sdnday School ACE League And Missionary Group Meets I


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r: Series Interesting Sessions Grant Memorial Stewards Plan Anniversary McCALL GIVE SINGERSTO RECITAL (Women's Day Set


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f Planed For Sunday School 'Meet ..: Tme McCall Gospel Singers will i.. ChapelMadam
r.
3K render an after service musical

program Sunday night,'July 8th Louise Nelson will be

The St. Paul AME Church of St. Augustine will be the scene" of 1956 at 8 p. m. in the auditoriumof guest speaker Sunday morning at
H a. m. worship in the Allen
the Sunday School, ACE League and Missionary Convention of the Bethlehem Baptist Church 6th
East Jacksonville District. AME Church July 11.13 with the Rev.D. 'i : "P' and Madison Street. Chapel AME Church at which
: time "Women's Day" will be ob-
B. Thorpe as host pastor an ,the Rev. K. D. White, host presiding Usher Board 1 is sponsoringthis
elder. event. Mrs. Sadie Fedd is the served.
president and Rev. T. E. Nelsonis The Sunday School will be in
The local
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pastors, preachers ex-
charge of visiting teachers and
horters presidents of senior and the pastor.Annual.

junior missionary* societies, super- Women's Day At Q4 superintendent.The afternoon program will begin

intendents of Sunday Schools,
at 3:30 p. m. when choir of the
ACE presidents and elected dele- Musical
Zion Methodist St. Paul Baptist Church will be
gates have been called to attend
in charge of music. Mrs. Mary
the meeting.The At Mt. Sinai
Palmer will be guest speaker.
choirs,and ushers from St.
LONE STAR--"Women's Day" The choir of the New Bethel
Luke and Hurst Chapel of ,St. will be obrerved Sunday in the Set For 8 will render music throughout the
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July
will render service "NiB
Augustine on Mt. Zion Methodist Church of f MUP y. e day.

Julyllat8p.m. which the Rev. A. E. Stripling is
July 12 at 10 a jn. the Rever-
pastor. The annual musical of choir 1
ends A. A. Redfield, D.,B. Thorpe, Mesdames Priscilla Dcmps, Lib- of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Laymen Brotherhood
H. S. Sneed and C. E.
J. P. Morris bie White, Lilliee Mae Dukes and will be held on July 8 in the Presenting ProgramA
conduct the devotional
Foster will N
Miss Viola White will be in charge church.

period. The annual sermon will of the Sunday School hour. Y The choir is under the directionof program featuring some of

be delivered by the Rev: Z. L. Miss Raulerstein Jenkins will Allen N. Green who has rehearsed the outstanding artists of the city

Tyrus pastor of the Hurst Chapel appear as guest soloist at the 12 I Ii I regularly in an effort to will be presented on July 18 at 8
administered *
followed by communion tiflI
p. m. service and Mrs. Aldonia make a success of this program.K. p. m. by the Laymen Brother
the elder and
others.by Mrs. D.presiding plunders and I Joyner will act as mistress of D. Hughes, president of the hoods Union of the Second Bap-
ceremonies. The Williams Tri, group, has announced that the tist Church in the church audi
Williams F.IL Hoover L .. __ ,. ......
JP. assisting Mrs. Phyllis Brooks, Mrs. Jessie '>O.i a....--- ..". "6 .a:: -+Kr program is being given for the torium.
will conduct the Model School MEE"--Senior Stewards of Grant Memorial Church who met this week with the
IN PLANNING .
Mae Polk will also participate on benefit of the choir's anniversary.The The artists will include Allen
"The AME Church and the His- the program. Mrs. Theodore Oree 'pastor of the church to outline plans for the 64th anniversary of the stewards board are shown hereas Junior Missionary Society Jackson and John Gray.

tory of the Sunday ,School' will will deliver the main address. they worked over plans. Seated from left to right are Rev. J. W. Burrows. pastor. George L. will present Mrs. M. K. Gibson in Thecontest between S. M.
be discussed during this session. Adams. Solomon Small. Standing in the same order are: William Malcolm. James Warner. Albert '
Mrs. -Millie Whote will introduce teh "Lost Souls" on July 22 in the Davis, George Walker and S. W.
July 13 at 10 a. m. the model Milton Charlie Wiggin and William Move.FAMU .
the Rev. Mrs. Janie Tolliverat : church auditorium. Preseding the Flanders will terminate at this
ACE League will be conducted by the 3:30 p. m. session when she playlet a program will be presented time.

Mrs. Mary Mitchell and C. Collinsof will_ deliver the main address. 1 Rev. Robert''Wilson featuring choir 2 of the church. The public is invited.EBONETTS .
Ararat ChoirIn
Bethel of Palatka. The delegates The public is invited. Slates Mt.
will discuss "The History of To Deliver SermonAt

of the ACE League" and "Namingall Two-Week CourseIn Women's EventThe Anniversary Emanuel Baptist CLUB

elected Bishops of the MME Mt. Calvary Baptist MEETS SUNDAYThe
Church and the of their elec-
year Announces ActivitiesA Rev. Robert Wilson will deliver CelebrationChoir Slates ActivitiesThe
tion".
Cosmetology the sermon for the tenth anniversary Ebonets Social and Savings
The Women's Missionary Socie- Club will meet Sunday July 8th
barbecue will be held on Sat celebration of the Junior
ty will 'present a program at 3 urday in the home of the Rev. Women's Missionary Societyto No. 3 of Mt. Ararat Bap- Rev. S. L. Badger pastorof in the home of Miss Bobbie Sin
p. m. At 8 p. m. the Rev. H. L. TALLAHASSEE Florida the Emanuel Baptist Church gleton. The Bible verse will begin
Hardy Jackson, 222 Park Street in be held Monday, July 16 at 8 tist Church will observe its anniversary -
Edmonds, pastor of the Bethel the intermest of the Mt Calvary Agricultural and Mechanical Uni- p. m. in the church. on Monday night July I will deliver the morning and with the letter "F." Plans will be

AME Church, Ormond will deliver Baptist Church. versity through its school of En- i The Rev. Wilson, is pastor pf 9, 1956 in the auditorium of the I evening messages on Sunday. completed for the tea to be given

the sermon.BEAUTY The Matrons of the church will gineering an dMechanic Aras and :the Bethel Baptist Church presi- Church, corner -21st and Davis I Sunday School will begin at the fourth Sunday in July.
in cooperation h the State 9:30 a. m. with the superintendentand Mrs. Mary Houston is the president
meet July 13 in the home of Mr. dent of the Interdenominational Streets at which time a grand I
Board of Cosmetolwogy will teachers in charge. ; Mrs. Elmer Twiggs, secre-
CLINIC and Mrs. Robert Lockett. spon- Ministerial Alliance of Duval program will convene. 1
District 9 will observe its an- sor a special two weeks course in County, a member of the YMCA Participants on this occasionwill I Music will be furnished by the tary and Mrs. A. Butler is the

SET FOR MONDAYMrs. niversary at 3 p. m. July 15 in vocational cosmetology July 16- Executive Board, trustee of flor- include some of the city's combined choirs of the church president.
27. ida Normal and Industrial Collegeand with Cecil B. Fisher and Mrs. .
the auditorium of the church at leading singing and speaking per-
Ella Mitchell is inviting all which time the district fellowshiphour A well trained staff of instruc- holds other important titles. sonalities such as the Celestial Marion Carter at the instruments.The Club fate

beauticians of teh city to attenda will be held. The pastor, tors has been selected which includes He will be accompanied by his Spiritual Singers, Gospel Echoes, male chorus will also be

one day clinic at the Eutopia the Rev. W. M. Hill will be the Scharles L. Joumee of choir and ushers. Heavenly Fire Singers, Robert heard.

Beauty Parlor 815 West Church speaker. Detroit Michigan who will serveas Aaron Jackson Mrs. Cola Mc- Same, the Mt. Ararat uintette and Choir 4 will rehearse on Saturday The Lucky 16 Sewing Savings

Street Monday, July 9. at 11 a. "Guest Day" will be observedby a_specialist in hairstyling; Miss Coy, Miss Flour Mae Burris, the many others along with the choirsof at 4:30 p. m. Club will sponsor an interesting

the Sunday School on July 15. Thelma Seidel ,of New York, a Rev. J. L. Hall and the Revs.,CW:, some of the leading churches. District 10 will sponsor an out- entertainment July 12th. in the
m.Mrs.. Mitchell is a dealer. for The family with the largest number technician for Clairol will teach Miller wilt'also participate on the The president and members of ing to the beach July 13. home of Mrs. Sheltie Roberts at
.
-*" ",--- beautyi"producu------" -- < of members present will be hair dyeing, tinting streaking and program. this Choir are inviting the coop- Districts 16 and 18 will sponsor 1042 Frazider Street.

honored. related science in this area. Mrs. Following the sermon the con- eration of all singers of the city an outing to American Beach on Many prizes will be given away

Inez King and :Mrs. Trotter of test between Mrs. Jenkins and and the public as well to join July 21 and usher board 2 will and a night of fun is promised to

Citation Is PresentedTo Detroit specialists in makeupwill Mrs. Maud Higgins will terminate.The the min celebrating the occasion. present a drama entitled "The be had by all who attends. Mrs.

Dr. Richard Moore Mrs. Cora Lenard serve as consultants in thisarea. Junior and Senior Mission- Hem of His Garment" on July 15. A. L. Lewis is the reporter.

ary Societies from the various

Teaching methods and devices churches have been invited,to this GRANT MEMORIAL
B. Van Fleet { FRATERNAL
Ralph representative Delivers Address Calendar aentd NOTESThe
available affair.
of the Southern District of will be made for teachers STEWARDS' BOARDIN
Mrs. Alberta J. Williams is
and the newest"trends in
Recreation ASsocia-
National
tion the presented a citation to Richard For Women's Day. treating the hair, scalp, skin and president of the society and the ANNIVERSARYThe A Silver Tea will be given on Masonic Club of the Prince

V. Moore, president of Be. nails as well as the use of makeup Rev. K. D. Britt is minister of the Sunday, July 15 from 4 to 6 p. m. Hall Masons will hold its regular
> i meeting Sunday July 8th. at 4
I will be demonstrated. All church. 62nd anniversary of the in the home of Mrs. Mildred Gil- p.
thune-Cookman College recently.The Mrs. Cora Lenard will deliverthe lian m. in the Seymours Hall 3rd and
1737 W. 2nd Street by the
citation was given duringthe types of curls marcelling, finger Stewards Board of the Grant
morning message on Sundayin A. Frazier Davis Street. Business of impor-
M. Court No. 156 Hero-
and hair I Memorial will
and waving cold curling AME Church be
principals
supervisors the Little Welcome Baptist Church Notes ines of Jericho. tance will be transacted.
leadership conference on the col- Church at which time "Women's cutting will be taught and ethics, observed August 17-27. .

lege campus in appraciation ,for Day" will be- observed. The shop management including salesmanship Solomon Small has been selected -
in the beauty shop according services held chairman for this occasionand
25 of outstanding services to Prayer were on as
years church is located at 957 West DAYTIME AND EVENINGSTV GEITtNGUPNttHTS
y the recreation program rendered Third Street to Mrs. E. M. Cromer, Thursday and Friday nights in the has invited the Reverends R. SERVICE
by/Dr. Moore. head of the A and M department. Goodwill Baptist Church preced- L. Wilson pastor of the. Bethel CALLS $3.00 If vorrtoa by"Bitddcr WtskaMf*(Otttlac
Mrs."Bessie Price will preside at TJp XlchU (too tr.q@barattf
Credit will be given for the ing the revival service scheduledfor Baptist Church, the Rev. W. E. tec wiznUoo) or Strong, --Ur1De1
the Sunday School hour assistedby STEVENS TV da* to conaoa KMaey and Blaator Irrt-
Re/ lofPAIN teachers. course in clock hours, which will July 914.: Young, pastor of the Tabernacle FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE try oars for talct.frttmnf.
DJiid; a group of visiting A bffiSon CTSnfcc tefcteUud
begins be sent to the State Board of The Rev, J. M. Hazleton, pastorof Baptist Church and the Rev. D. Call EL 6-0894 Lt't. ,..rs JII'Oft.M1 ....
The afternoon program ... ... tor OT8TPE onit -
at 3 p m. when Mrs. Pinkney Beauty Culture for recording. the Eversor Street Baptist W. Welcome, pastor of the .New Guaranteed Work ftittcttoB or matf Utt gwi.....
'W..lker7ill preside. Certificates will be awarded the Church will deliver the opening St James AME Church to partici-

Mrs.Mary Gilliard will be guest night of the hairstyle revue which sermon. pate in the service.r' .

worshipand will be held in Lee Hall audi
speaker at the 7:30 p. m.
tL. M1N$ .. HtAOACMC. NWQALOIA will be torium.
an inspiring message In Sad
NEURITIS Wtti tTANVACX TAB. -' and
ktTt se POWOCftft. tTANBACK teMt heard. Further information can be ob- Rev. Madam I. JordanGod's

a htyHixt 1...... < 'TANt General chairman- for the occasion tained by writing to the Department -
SACK ..tibia.s t.v.r.l. .-'iullr .......
ej.. r.N.v.r. late -/ takMULTtgLt .... will be Mrs. Ruby Hicks of Cosmetology, Florida A Miracle WomanShe Loving Memory
T10e .1/.1 ...v..._ if U.p.
and Mrs. Lilla Edwards, co-chair- and M University, Tallahassee. Is the One That Millions
Mer.*t.M.kHufct ratty._r. Helps
...*...* relief....-. ...tett ..e..*.ieoo mln.: 'Mrs. Lucille Charles is Florida. of People All Over the WorldIf Of Our Dear Son
MwoUy ......,.uifIt M''* 4
I treasurer. You Are Worried. Sick Have the Jinks
T'*t STANSACKA 5.I. : on You, Can't Prosper, Can't Get Hold of CPL. OZELL SANDERS
*iMt Any Money, Have Love Problems -Trouble of
YM'Yt prooaMU.aw.u. I PATRONIZE Shaw Memorial Any Kind.

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tJ5 Florida Star Announces ActivitiesFuture See This Gifted _Woman at Once Who Lost His Life in Korea, July 8, 1951

AdvertisersLOOK Thy Kingdom. Come. Thy Will be Done I. Earth At It Is I.
activities slated for the She Can and Will Help You .
Shaw Memorial Baptist Church Heave -Matt. 6:10.
.1
will include an outing to American Hours: 10:00: a.m. to 8:00: p.m. Daily Died for His Country
Beach on June 10 in the inter-
Signed: Mr. and Mrs. M. L Sanders. Parent
WHO IS COMING est of the Women's Day program 1116 WEST 8th STREET
planned for August 19. Martha Mae Lee and Eva Mae Johason, Sisters .

A spiritual tea will be presentedon Jessie Sanders. Jr. and Johnnie le Sanders, Brother
One -cf the' world's greatest nen of Religious Consulting .Advis July 24 at 4 p. m. in the base- PHONE EL 4-8182 S

ing. Bishop .Hines can help you in any way with your success, money ment of the church. During the
and other problems highways of Richness. Many have bought homes
automobiles, started bank accounts and have had daily success as tea a program will be rendered.

well as SPECIAL week end blessings. If others have failed you. Get RITZ THEATRE

the luck you need now by rushing. a letter with any desire you need. CHAMPION'SJULY

Many send their Religious Money. Love and other problems to us with Mrs. Robert Wilson I Friday and Saturday

donation for special success .f $10.00 and $15.00 and receive our Will Be Guest SoloistAt ; SPECIALS RANDOLPH SCOTT
Bible Verses (Blessed to help like Magic Also we send to each "TALL -
MAN RIDING""SHA
person- who write our Cross-or Blessed Cain. which helps to bring. special Tea
week end help. Hear us broadcasting over Mr. Ken Knights Anniversary sad -
program. Let.. help you as v* have helped thousands here and Dress Slacks OUT 101" s
hit !I. life. There problems too difficult for me.
there to a are no
Choir 2 Grant Memorial
Address all letters and donations to of the Values to $7.00 -. Now .._ $2.99S.
AME Church will present Mrs. Sunday Wednesday

Robert H. Wilson as guest soloist S. Sport Shirts .. ... ... .. .... ..... .. $1.39Or FIRST RUN -
BISHOP R. HINES for the anniversary tea on July 15 3 For $4.00. JOEL McCREA

in the Recreation, Center from 4 to "THE

Letters 6' P. '1), Nylon Stretch Sox ....._. ........ 3 For $1.00 IRSTJEXAN"
1204 Street Brooklyn N. Y. -
Burgen ,
Participating on the program Shorts Briefs 'TRACK THE MAN DOWN"

Sand Telegrams to 2137th 7th Ave.. NYC Phone UN 4-812S will be Mrs. Maggie Aaron Mrs. *
Esther Milton Mrs. Thelma Bel- And Undershirts each 39 Starts Thursday
SEE US IN JACKSONVILLE: AT,
limy Mrs. Pearl George, W. K. "AT GUNPOINT"

29th and 30th EL '6-9198 Harper. Mrs. Alvenice McQueen,
1111 Cleveland, August '... -
125 West Bay-Street Phone EL 4-1118
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the St Paul Male Chorus and the
',- "TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE"'age
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Grant Memorial Junior Trio.






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t I' 8000 Attend NAACP Convention And Workshop I **'* .




Delegates To Seek Jaxohs Volunteer Their Services To Aid Chest X-Ray Survey I r s

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Faster Aclion On ';;;,:: ,.?: f **

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Desegregation ; rtAi4P : :" _: ; :. gpj : v. **


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San Franc SCQ Concluding the 4 ,.. .-.xtIJ-,..:'-. li {j U
NAACP convention and workshop ii L' *
T'
sessions here some 800 was in S 0-BOi "
h .,
attendance. .' 'tiA. ;; ; ',. ..
: -' :
l' The delegates announced their WedaotW&-
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intention to press hard for more fs1 } r
y ,
and faster racial desegregation. ""'=
,,,,'.f"
Autherine Lucy Foster was in

attendance and announced her

intention to return -Alabama I

from Tyler, Tex. Rosa Parks,
heroine of bus segregation in. "

Montgomery and Gus Courts of *
A tip .f the Pepsi Cap ,.
Belzoni Miss were also present.
these outstanding young
Courts drew vigorous applause :. ,. vry v r S.wq Americans. who make our

when he told of registering to 1 country and our community
F better in which live.
a place to
vote despite threats and of being

blasted by shotgun afterwards.A *

money shower was started by * *
Franklin Williams who urged the

crowd to lineup and toss bills into *

paper boxes. *

Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive
*
secretary from New York calledon
both for -- -'- u m
major political parties *
stronger civil, rights planks and AIDS IN CHEST X-RAY SURVEY-In the pbolo at left. Area Chairman J. J. director of Brewster Hospital: J.:J. Nixon and J. Earl Morse, president of the

warned both they have a last Nixon and Mrs. Mae Kennedy are shown with one of Jacksonville's citizens who Men's Cl b. Standing, left to right. Ellis Morse. Harold Ferguson. Samuel Graham I *

chance to pass civil rights bills stopped for an x-ray test. Eddie Ford and Solomon Jones. At the extreme left is Mrs. Alma Glass and *

before the national party conven- Assisting in the closing out of the chest x-ray survey are members of the extreme right is J. A. Reeves. *
I
tions in August. Brewster Men's Club. Seated left to right-c. Parhara Johnson public relations -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS

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Scouts ReadyingFor i YWCA Moves InTo N. Carolina May *

Feed
babyCARNATION .
your

Annual CampBoy New.Home Admit Negro WILKtRSON CHARLES, JR. *

New stanton Senior
i High School *
Scouts of the East and Pepsi-Cola dealers salute -
The YWCA, A. L. Lewis Branchis Doctor To Assn. an honor student of *
T West Divisions. North Florida .
the 11A-8 class
now located at 582 W. 8th Streetat New Stanton coc"rtamof
Council have begun registeringfor *
Calhoun following the destruc- co-captain of the citywide -
: ,
their annual
encampmentwhich staff patrol Wilkerson -
tion of the old building by fire Charlotte N. C. Negro physi- is showing great inter- *
will be held at Camp Coa-
March 23. cians and surgeons will be admitted est in photography and
coochee beginning July 23. serves as photographer for *
The building was purchasedfrom to "scientific" membership to New Stanton.
Plans and construction of camping -
America's"healthy Mrs. Nellie Lewis at a cost the previously all-white, North *
facilities are already under-
way at Coacoochee and will be of $31,000 and was once knownas Carolina Medical .Society before ** *
Blodgett Home. the year has past. .
completed before opening date.
the I The Branch Committee on Administration At least this is the opinion of *
Among important develop-
voted to purchasethe Dr. Donald B. Koonce, Wilmington *
milk ments are the construction of a
baby" swimming pool and a dining hall. I building to continue its program president of the NCMS, received y Y 1

The cost of camp per scout for on the same level as promoted by the Old North State
in its former location. Medical Society in annual session *
each week will be $10.00 including I
transportation. Scouts who would I Participating the purchasingwere ..here at Johnson C. Smith Univer *
Mrs. Jl: E. Meuse, finance sity June 1214. Dr. Koonce in ...,
like to register for more than one
\ chairman; Mrs. Jack Darby pres- Chicago attending the annual *
\ week may do so.A good all roundprogiam. i .r
+ff : .-.-'_- ,;-- -,, ,is..csure LJThiswiU,in- ident of the,YWCA; Mrs. Matilda I meeting of the American Medical *
Y. f. clude among other things: swim- Alford, executive director; Airs. .Association stated that only a fi!
Leroy Gardner building chair- "technical question" was holding :2la' .
ming life saving archery, nature yAk
,
.,
Central Assn. and Mrs. Nel-
man ; up the final announcement. He
,, x study first-aid, pioneering, athletics I
yp lie Lewis owner. explained in a telephone interview *
hikes rope work campfires -
i talent night, stunt night Open house has been plannedfor II that certain word changesin *

-- song feasts and advancement July 29 according to Mrs. Wil- the constitution of the NCMS _.
-.' ner Dorrell chairman of the had to be cleared by a *
; first up
.. ,, Camp applications may be ob- :MATTIE BRISKER
Je ?ayy branch committee and Miss Mabel committee charged with the as- New Stanton Senior
Scoutmaster
tained from or
) any High School
: J''c,:::. the Boy Scout Headquarters Exchange Latson house management chair- signment.The her Miss community Brisker ::'nH in

v k S Y hs ... Building, 218 West Adams man.Mrs. telephone interview also west side as reporter for
;- Dixon is the Royal Terrace Good
,- b Florence execu- *
Street., revealed that the site of the meet- Neighbors Club and won
LeaderS contributing work timeat tive secretary' and'administrator; ing of the 1957 convention of the a citizenship award in 1953
., adult at Mathew W Gilbert
Mrs. Lois W. Hill
Camp Coacoochee in order to young North Carolina Medical Societyhas schooL
director Mrs. Vera W. Davis, Y- *
;
be sure that each scout camper been switched from Pinehurstto
will enjoy the happiest summer Teen director and Miss Ella L. Asheville Observers, stated * ,*
clerk.
camp 'are: L. R. Aarons William Bronson that Pinehurst was not too recep-
Y is affiliate of *
Branch
: Wilson L. E. Pryor, M. A. Brown, The an tive to entertaining conventions

j Leonard Thomas, Willie Bostic, the Agency.Community Chest Red Feather which included Negro member rT: *

-.<1:- L. A. Prison; 'Harry Alexander, ships. .
... t JRoxweli I Robinson, Joseph Wal- i I The latest development broughtthe *

:!den, John Staley, Frank Chatman, Old North State Medical So- *

7 7Chime t'J. J. Nixon, J. E. Hutchins Albert Holman, Pasirano ciety a step nearer the goal in its t *
\ ; I'Wiggins Charlie Matthews Moses efforts begun some six years ago.
Anderson Newton Atkins Ben- Dr. Murray B. Davis, High Point, 4 *
nie Davis Chester Willis, G. A. Sign For Hatch had served as chairman of a lia- *

Mackey, H. L. Cheatham L. M. I sion committee, working on the

Argrett and M. L. Rudd, DSE. CHICAGO Johnny Holmanof i.project during the entire period.BLONDIE'S *

,,,
.
'
Chicago and Willie Pastrano of
', I I *
SWIM CLASSES New Orleans ha've been signed by I
the International Boxing Club for I *
<, t iaN
.- ( SESSION AT an elimination bout in Chicago For Hair StylingTo l\IALACIII JONES *

!JEFFERSON, POOL Stadium Monday, July 16. New Stanton Senior
Mc/tty.Miami a First Prix Win".,01 the Carnation Hometown Het/lfiy Baby ContttL Pastrano is considered by manyas Suit Any Occasion High School *

l' z' THf MILK EVERY DOCTOR KNOWS is say: "My doctor recommended it." I Julius Guinyard director of the the most outstanding contenderfor Very Reasonable Rates the Jones IOA-12 is a class member, and of of *
Jefferson Street Pool has announced the vacated crown of Rocky the school safety patrol
Carnation. It's the safest form'o! No wonder more Carnation is used ranking as r/sgt and won *
that than 225 Marciano. Pastrano is currently 1137 W. Church Street drill in
more pet- a prize in the team
.milk for baby's bottle.. .the most in hospital formula rooms through. Washington. D. C. He is *
for the rated the number seventh
have registered sec- as
,
nourishing and digestible, too. No, out the world than all other brands "sons ond three-weeks"-leam to swim" ranking heavyweight in the I Gin Ut a Trial also riuI"; a member::::5ethj of Scout male *

-r:" wonder 8 out of 10 mothers who feed combined.No wonder you can trust session which began on July 2 world. !I Phone EL 3-9529 choir in his church.

their babies a Carnation formula Carnation Milk! and scheduled to terminate on I Fet Appointments *

July 20.Persons. -- TINY MAE THOMAS ,,.,,. * *

who are registering
T j IHJOY if WP5T SUAVIHG '
BESTBRANDFORYOUR now will be assigned to the July
:23 session at which time classes 1 1 Collinatulcatiolls frOM Pc.-
LEARN TO DRIVE Cola t. theM three Merit
for beginners intermediate swimmers -

COOKING AND COFFEE TOO |! advance swimmers and ju- Gillette5ypef.p I The Q.i kest Tfce Easiest Award winners!

j nior and senior life saving will be Way To Lear ,* salutations Listen to Pepsi on Merit Pepsi Award Cola

I held. ctf JR AZOR AJAX TEEN-TIME WRHC 1400on
I Mrs. Jewel Holloway. Julius your dial, Saturdays 10 -
'Guinyard Avon Kirkland. Arnold WITH KUI BUM DRIVING'SCHOOL- 11 A.M.

Carnation Sherman, Claude Milliard, Theodore DRKNHX AND CALL EL 4-0639 *
and smooth I Montgomery and Julian Wal- $TnD CASEs I &
ffirnatWBETTERBLENDING '
.in every ton are instructors. I George Perpend *

milk! 1134 W. 5th Street *

Former Jax Resident I *

CREAMY-RICH Dies In MichiganJohn i et

Carnation"creams' f. *
Ibatioft L. Livingston a former t
( coffee fruits and
EVAPORATED] *- cereals to resident of Jacksonville son of
perfection.Carnation. the late Pleas Livingston died R
isMl1 :T is the June 28 in Detroit, Mich. follow- 1 t

.. ivfwiuurv i ; rich milk that whips ing several weeks illness. t 1
.JMJJLK. too!Get several Funeral services were held in I Pepsi Cote

; "Aeilr Coat ii.dCots" cans today! Detroit on. Thursday. It t Dealers of


PATRONIZE JacksonvilleKtfresb 1I
WORLD'S LEADING BRAND OF EVAPORATED MILKMillions QI 1
Florid.
-.st.r
I

} prefer: i it, ,to any other brandl'! Advertisers __ : wttaeat fining Lave a Pepsi



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I. : :News Of Interest From. All Sections Of Beautiful _Florida I





Putncim County News Trio Appointed I Atlanta School Named For Mrs, Bethune I Bethwie Extends 'Florida Schools



.M Madison BY Street E. J. VREEN Falatka. Florida To Staff Of Summer Session I Ruled Superior

Phone East S-3M5 _
I '
FAMU
HospitalTallahassee DAYTONA BEACH-D. E. Williams -
Daytona Beach Because of
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK (. the increased demand for summer general consultant in educa-

To' _know what to dolt wisdom to know how to do is skill: to Wilbert LeRoy study for teachers the summer tion to the State Department of

1 do the thing u it should be don is servic** Dawkins. Tampa William Mor- session at Bethune-Cookman Col- i Education said in a week-long

ris in of Tallahassee and L. Mor- lege has been expanded.. i I conference of 200 Florida colored

Last week, Mrs. Ida Corring of 13th Street was the Florida ris Jones of Cleveland have been Teachers desiring to extend public school principals that "col-

Star's guest to the movies., appointed externes on the staff at their certificates and students ored youngsters get better school-
the Florida and ing in Florida and Maryland than
A M
University
This week we are inviting a who desire to register for summer

young lady who recently got mar- daughter Johnnie Lee and grand- Hospital and Health Center for study may begin courses now. elsewhere in the South.

ried. She lives out in the North daughter Glenett left Saturday for the summer. Registration will be held Mon- "Florida and Maryland lead the

West area of 'Palatka, she is a Savannah where they are visitingMrs. Dawkins and Morris are gradu- a day for six hour credit and July 17 Southern states in the qualityof

member of the.ML Zion Primitive Wright's sister, Mrs. Lillie ates of the University and Jonesis ; 16 for three hour credit All education given colored children -

of a graduate of Fisk University. ," he said.President .
Baptist Church which Rev P. Mae McClendon. courses terminate for the sum-

H.Prison is pastor. I am sure this Jones is the son of Dr. and Mrs.L mer August 4. R V. Moore of Be-

new bride would like to take her S. Hawkins of Cleveland, was thune-Cookman said Florida high
The main feature of the sum-
Mrs. Donnelson was a very
groom to the movies. I haven't graduated with a bachelor of is school graduates entering college
pleasant visitor in Georgia last mer program the education
much about I call at science degree in Zoology in 1953;
to say her. week-end visiting relatives and 'a k workshop which will make avail- today "definitely are better train
her house every Monday, so I am Dawkins is the son of Mrs. Gertie able courses in professional edu- ed" than they were even five
friends. .r
sure she will be waiting for her Dawkins of Tampa, was gradu- k I cation. The courses are curriculum yeare ago. "They have better
:2 when I there. ated with a bachelor of science of
passes get methods, health, children's holding power too, more them
Mrs. Ace Elelee is visiting her degree in Biology in 1949 and :, instructional materials, educationfor go on to get degi-ees."

Friends V>f Mrs. Ada Bell Par- son Mizel in Tuskegee, Ala. Mrs. Morris is the son of Mrs. Alverta the exceptional child and a

rish will be glad to know that her Elelee retired from teaching Morris of Tallahassee and W. A. in the school.
course junior high
condition is somewhat better after school at the close of the school Morris of Thomasville, Ga., was The workshop will be conducted Miss Evelyn Nelson

being seriously ill in the Flagler term a few weeks ago after sev- graduated with a bachelor of e- a; by members of the regular Wins
ScholarshipPALATKA
Hospital. St Augustine Florida eral years of service in Putnam science degree in biology in 1952.
faculty of the college and Dr. H.
teacher.A All three Meharry students will
County as an elementary
James Greene of Jacksonville whois
The 4-H Club
Mr. Jones is convalescing after very five program was rendered be seniors this falL -
a visiting professor at the college of $400 awarded
Scholarship was
having undergone an operation in in her honor during the com-

the Flagler Hospital last Wednesday mencement season by the princi- Pierce Man In again this summer. Miss Evelyn L. Nelson, a graduateof
Ft.
The also of-
expanded program Central Academy High School
and faculty of Central Acad-
ple She Airborne Division Participating_ in the dedication of the Mary McLeod Bethune fers courses in English Library here recently.
Elementary School. received -
emy Elementary School, reading from left to right:. Little Miss Evelyn Service and lunchroom manage-
Miss Nelson is resident of
Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Henderson some beautiful giftsat a
very Thomas and Miss Dorothy E. Hornsby. Principal, who received the ment.
and their two small daughtersleft that time. AUGSBURG, Germany-Army Florahomes and plans entering
portrait of Dr. Bethuner. Rufus E. Clement a member of the
last Saturday morning for Specialist Third Class Albert Ad- Florida A and M University in
Atlanta School Board and President of Atlanta University: Dr. Richard
New York City, where they will deny Jr., whose parents live at I September.
Mrs. Leola Smart underwent V. Moorewho made the presentation and President of Bethune-
spend a week of their vacation 1109 Avenue F, Fort Pierce Fla. CARD OF THANKSThe
surgery last Wednesday in the Cookman College Daytona Beach. Florida and Dr. Ira T. Carrel!
visiting relatives and friends. is member of (the 11th Airborne
a family of the late Mrs.
Flagler Hospital in St. Augustine, Superintendent of the Atlanta Schools. FLORIDA NORMAL
Theywill also visit Mrs. Hender- Division in Germany. Roxie Davis wish to thank
Florida.Mr. The McLeod Bethune School is located at 220
Elementary
Mary
son's parents in Montgomery en- Specialist Adderly an aidmanin i their many friends for the kind GETS FORD GRANTFlorida
N. W. Atlanta. .
North Side Drive. Georgia.The
route on their return trip home. Medical Company of the divi- words of sympathy flowers

Henry Coleman returned sion's 188the Infantry Regiment, Bethune-Cookman College Choir furnished music to a capacity and kind deeds during their Normal and Industrial

.The many friends of Mrs. Grace Saturday from Nashville, Tenn. entered the Army in September audience for the occasion. II I bereavement Especially do we Memorial College has received

Wiggins will be glad to know that where he spent a very pleasant 1954.and received his basic' train- I thank the members of Choir 1 $25,000 half of a Ford Foundation

she is recuperating in her home vacation visiting his son. ing at Fort Jackson, S. c. He of Calvary Baptist Church for grant to be completed in a year.

after undergoing surgery in the .. arrived overseas last March. I Granted Fellowship I FAMU Siaies'TwoWeek their serving the family dinner President R W. Puryear said it

Flagler Hospital St. Augustine, Mrs. Gertha JIae Hardy left last The 23-year-old soldier is a after the funeraL would be added to the endowmentfund

Florida. Saturday -for Miami where she former student at Florida A & M W Ld& @rdaed4Si4Y i t tn Course Signed: which is expected to produce -

will visit her sister and brother- University. ; Mrs. Ollie Brown family an annual income of $1,000

Mrs. Ollie Howard left Mondayfor in-law. ,.Mr. and Mrs. Norwood.The I to be used for faculty salaries.
Sarasctajwhere she is visitingher PATRONIZE In Cosmetology

daughter and son-in-law :Mr.
stork visited Mr. and Mrs. .
and:Mrs. Walter Plarsly who are Florida Star

the proud parents of a new baby Thedford Clark 2 weeks ago and AdvertisersWOIS TALLAHASSEE-A special two

son. left a fine baby girl. 4' 1 MyX'ak Weeks course in vocational cosmetology -

will be held at FloridaA ,

Miss Ollie Mae Isom left Sun= Mrs. Raymond Lucas arrived in and M University July 16-27. Melvin GraceAND

day for Winter Park 'where__she the city last Saturday from New Scharles L. Journee of Detroit

witf'spendHhe summer with her York City for a visit here with PROGRAM SCHEDULE Is Mich, will serve as specialist in

grandparents. Miss Isom. will be her mother,Mrs.'Rachel Adams of ..rt. hair styling; Mrs. Inez King and

employed in Orlando. She is the Bronson Street. MONDAY FRIDAY Mrs. Trotter of Detroit, specialistsin

younger daughterof Mrs. Lucille <:M lip on makeup will serve as consult-

Isom of Washington Street. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith 10 t3 Capsule New *: Weather ants and Miss Thelma Seidel from

and their son Rudolph (Sonnie) 03 1M Heaven's Grace) aNd (Melvin New York, a technician for Clairol

Mrs. Mary Jones accompaniedher formerly of Palatka, but for several T0 1:03 -- 71.:ot The Capsule Kid New(Bob Hudson A: Weather) will teach hair dyeing, tinting, THE DEACON

grandchildren last Sunday to years Of Hartsford Conn. are IGO S3 Capsule News A: Weather streaking and related science.
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visit relatives and friends. their many friends and relatives. ':11 1*:N Jumptn(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) hair, scalp, -kin and nails, as

Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Wright, 100 103 Capsule News *: Weather, well as the use of make-up will GUIDING YOUR WAY
10:13 11M Gospel Train Number One
(Kelvin Grace) be demonstraed. All types of
Want SegregationClearwater 11.-00 113 Capsule News A: Weather curls
11:03 1240 Gospel Train;Number One marcelling, finger waving
(Melvin Grace) cold curling and hair cutting will
l ttiM MISCLES 1:01.1:15: Local News (Joyce .
The Florida De- Man en be taught according to Mrs. E. M. 10:00 to 12:00 A.M.

RsHew p&.. .. tired......-ltit wr partment of the Veterans of For- : -12:30 Hudson)Street (Shaw FORD FELLOW WentworthE. Croomer, head of the A and M
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243 340 Gospel Tram Number African Studies which becomes Beauty Culture for recording.

Reveals 340 343 Capsule Two (Melvin News Grace ft: Weather) effective in September. He has Certificates will be awarded the Monday thru Saturday

Article in Reader's Digest 313.410 Jumpla(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) also been granted a similar fellowship night of the hairstyle revue which

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WMck rill .Feature Tip Sill, Men Holds MemoriesBaseball Open For Tennis Not Yet Touched


Tourney Jackie Robinson
The battle-for leadership in the South Atlantic League during ? -2 1; fans,do you remember TripThe

'the early part ,of the season between Columbus (Foxes), Columbia: + hat' memorable day back in 1951

'(Gems) and Jacksonville (Braves) kept the fans wondering what the when, the Dodgers of Flatbushwere reservation fees for the NEW YORK If tradetis wasa

>outcome would be, but during the hot battle, the Braves finally cap- pacing along with a 13 game Nassau. Bahamas trip began officially contagious disease Jackie Rob-

1 tured the right to play the AU.stars'by being on top at the designated .1 lead in the.National League pen- last Sunday according to inson of the Brooklyn Dodgers

., time.Staying 1g.j: nant race? the Public Relation Chairman, would be the most feared baseball .

on top has not been an -1;_ So sure were the Dodgers that Charlie Walker of the Florida player in the game today,

easy task, because the South Atlantic the flag was about sewed up that Tennis Association, who is sponsoring now that he is sitting on the bench

League 4s well equippedwith M j.r league et <.wC..I. year they turned the flag race into the trip as a part of its watching Randy Jackson play a

teams to play the brand of a rabbit and tortoise race. annual open tennis tournament bang-up game at third base trade

''baseball that would assure fans of While they wer gloating over August 12.18.Detailed rumors are again breaking out.

ithe best at all times. From the Negro. PlayersFor ArdJ4: their supposedly'safety,the Giants information relative to The general impression is that

!other teams in the league will just eased along and caught up this trip can be obtained by writ- the New York Giants is taking a

{come the players who will fightit which threw the two teams in a ing to Charlie Walker Rt. 9., Box nose-dive is no longer affected,by
; out with the Braves in Jackson- benefit of Star sports off. the
play 1027C, Jacksonville Florida. magic touch of Willie Mays
:ville Wednesday night July 10. readers, a list of the Negro major needs
For the first seven innings it The clubs of the association that rejuvenating by the Jackie
: The Braves will, take the field league players, their teams and Robinson
was neck and neck-with two great also have this information are style of play. With ten
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with three .300 hitters, and one of the positions they are currently. YEARBOOK PRESENTATION-Bettye Hayes of Jacksonville editor- pitchers opposing each other. It the Racquet Club of Tallahassee years in the majors, Robinsonstill

j those,is Juan Pizarro the pitcherand" playing n-chlef of the 1956 Rattler, yearbook of the Florida A and M was Big Don Newcombe against Eureka-Lavilla of Jacksonville has some mighty fine base

the other.two are ..McCardeU.1 BALTIMORE 'Bobby Boyd, University is shown as she presented the first copy to President the powerful Sal Maglie. The two City Beautiful of Orlando. Hercules ball in his system.

(and Gentry. They have I utility; Connie Johnson, pitcher; George W. Gore. Jr. The book is size 9x12 and contaidns 248 paes.f are now members of the same ] of Daytona Beach the Circus There is a possibility accordingto
who are well up,in the .200 BROOKLYN Jackie Robinson (A and M Staff photo by James Walden) pitching staff.It of Sarasota and Roosevelt rumors that fate may deal
''The team is third in 'batting class.j
infielder-outfielder; Junior Gil- was in the second ,of the Park number_ two of West Palm Jackie to the Giants. Should he
{next Jo last in team fielding withan liam, second.base; Sandy Amoros eighth inning, after Big Don had Beach. go to the Giants it will put the

average second only to Macon. left field; Roy Campanella catch- been the master of the situation The association requests that all situation right back where it was
'who-is .the bottom in
on fielding.
; er;Don Newcombe, pitcher;Charlie SPORTING UP. from the start, but during this last persons who,desire receive, the some seasons ago when Sal Mag-
'" With a low fielding average and half of the eighth lie was pitching for the Giants.
Neal, reserve second baseman; Captain Al i many benefits of accommodations
third in batting, the team is, rest- CINCINNATI Frank Robinson, Dark of the Giants started off must have a membership card His many skirmishes with Jackie

,ing on the top of the league. The left field; Bob Thurman, utility BY,C. PARHAM JOHNSON hitting and then followed by from one of these clubs to be made baseball history.
(Jacksonville Braves are always a outfielder; Brooks Lawrence; Joe others. With only three outs Stamped by the Executive Secretary Now that Sal The Barber" is

threat to be repeaters, they won Black, pitchers; George Crowe, RUMORS ARE GOING AROUND .to manage the team seem to hare standing between the Dodgers and Emmett N. Reed before a teammate of Jackie's everythingis

the pennant two years in succession reserve first baseman; CHICAGO that the Boston Red Sox 1 I bogged down in the losing column.It the flag Big Don was bearing leaving from the airport on Au- quiet between the two. Now the

and now they have capturedthe CUBS Ernie Banks,' shortstop; may have a Negro in uniform before seems like the Pirates just can't down with every pitch. gust 12The talk about trading says Robinsonis

All-Star game three years in Gene Baker second base; Sam many ,more months. Elijah I win anymore. Whether it is hot Too much damage bad not been association will also accept headed for the Giants and if it

!(succession. Jones, pitcher; Monte Irvin, reserve (Jerry) Green star shortstop of weather or not but if it is it is done but Manager,Charlie Dres- membership cards from other should come to pass it will set up
Manager Ben Geraghty has an.. outfielder; CHICAGO Albany of the Eastern League and just as hot to the other teams in sen became alarmed and called clubs that slave membership in the same old feud, only this time

;nounced that his pitching choice WHITE SOX Minnie Minoan one of the.two Negroes in the Red the league. Dale Long doesn't Newcombe out and Ralph Branca the American Tennis Association.The Robinson will be in the Giant

'will bethe speedster lefthanded left field;' Larry' Doby, center Sox farm system is the player yem to hit home runs anymore. in, what a day that was to rememjer. deadline for this reServation uniform and Maglie will bo.'n a

I Juan Pizarro who at this time has field; CLEVELAND Al Smith, Boston. Green is a'switch hitter j HERMAN (Rory) CALHOUN, With three men on base and : will be July 15. Dodger uniform.

.a strikeout record of 189 and a left field; Dave Pope reserve outfielder with a batting average well over :the up and coming middleweight Bob Thomson at the bat Ralph

'12-3 won and lost record. Pizarrois KANSAS CITY Harry .300. He is the second shortstop .boxer who got his start at the Branca cocked his arm, threw*up

a good hitter too. His batting Simpson utility; Hector Lopez, Albany has had since 1947 and his Butler Street YMCA in Atlanta, his leg and the ball started toward

, average is ,317.TherBnves utility; Vie Power first base;'Jose fielding is equal to that and far II Georgia is home to spend a short the plate and Bobby Thomson

will not have to Santiago pitcher; MILWAUKEE superior to other shortstops in the vacatsion with his mother and caught it squarely between the 1 ; q,

Aface Buzz'Zeiser in this All-Star Billy Bruton, center field; Henry Eastern LeagueJACKIE father, the Rev. and Mrs. W. M. nose and "Away We Go" for a JIL

game, because the Buzzer is'nova' Aaron,right field; Wes Coving-- ROBINSON, of the Calhoun' of* 1405 ;Bridges ,Ave, home run and. ,,the flag for the ..29lomaticin
member .of the Braves' pitching ton, reserve outfielder Jim Pen- fined Rory ,as hewpr6ua: }rcallecl5' ;: Giants. 'This 'was said-to be" the .
Brooklyn Dodgers was $50
,staff but there are others who dleton sent to Wichita, refused to round his home town of Atlanta: most timely hit in the history of i
because of a run in with umpire
.are just as tough. The. fans can be report and was suspended. NEW Donitelli has appealed to Presi- has won all of his 22 fights, his baseball. ,

.assured of a rough and tumble affair YORK. GIANTS r Willie Mays, most recent over hightly touted ..
dent Warren Giles for a hearingin NO UQUOI TASTI.
with hard hitting and pitchers center field; Bill White,first base; Willie Vaughn. )
NO UQUORREATHI
the matter to state his side of
;battles. Hank Thompson, third' base; FIGHTING BOB SATTER- THE ALL-STAR GAME of the
Ruben Gomez, pitcher; NEW the argument. Jackie says hecan't FIELD is said to be the hardest South Atlantic League will againbe II'reeea

: YORK YANKEES Elston How understand why he gets hitting heavyweight in the ring.today played in Jacksonville.he same Aiv
Stop pain of pilestoday fined for doing the same thing _
ard, outfielder-catcher; PITTSBURGH other players.get,,by doing. but his trouble is, he has pitcher who opened the season for ; ,
Curt Roberts reserve too much glass in his jaw and the the Braves will be in the box for

at home second baseman, fanned 'out'sub- BROOKS 'LAWRENCE, THE other fellow always gets in the the Braves in the All-Star game.

ject to a 24-hour recall; Roberto PITCHER the St. Couis Cardinalsgot first punch. In his last fight, he Would you ask who it is? Well, it
back
-or money Clemente, center field;ST.LOUIS rid of because they thought he won over Summerlin who couldn't will be Juan Pizarro, the man

In Stainless pu t mstaDt11'., amu1Dr relieved new Charlie Harmon, 'U t i li t y; was all.. washed uu has won ten find that glass jaw.THEBROOKLYN. who has a record at this writing

pIles torture I Oare internal and WASHINGTON Carlos Paula, straight games without losing one DODGERS, of 189 strikeouts, ,barring accidents -

external ingredients relief including 0 medically-proved Triolyte. J't- utility.outfielder* for,the Cincinatti Reds. Lawrence with only .2 hitters "in-the .300 where will this fellow be Since 1721..RELSKA8The |

Here rln itching tiutanUyl Reduce has been a sensation since he class j just don't seem to be able to when the season closes in September -
sweMas.Promote healing.You sit Teams remaining in the lily- World's Most Honored Vodka
: regulars ?
walk In comfort I Only Uinles. started pushing them up for the get going. The old of
Stainless white class are Boston and Detroit 'who have the
kept
pile remedy. drag Reds. past years HARRY (Suitcase), SIMPSONthe (0 Md 100 Proof.Made from Grain by IMIrty ft CU.CacUytvllH.Md..U.S.A.
poStoriea or Ointment at in the American League and Philadelphia Dodgers at th et of the pile are
op
.r.4.1..? ./ Gr ee Iwl..eterip,_'''' DON NEWCOMBE of the. Cleveland Indian castoff thref ,
Oietsess .-4 e4.yy..tt.ri.e. in'the National League well below par with the stick.
Brooklyn Dodgers appears to be years ago is pounding the ball for
Such stars as Roy Campanella,
t headed toward another great sea- the Kansas City Athletics like he
Jackie.Robinson'Carl Furillo, Gil
son of mound duty. Newcombehas loves it.. Right now Simpson is -
I WATCH THIS CLOWN GETTING UP.NIGHTS won 8 games and seems to be Hodges and Pee Wee Reese seem one of the hottest clutch hittersin TUESDAY. JULY 10th
to be in a season sl mp. Only
& breezing along to another record the game. He is secondonly to
- werrSH !b' "' wto rrOH.uj Duke Snider and RansomJacksonare
17-37-96 upiiu&t. a Bed wetun toe ftJ year like he had in 1955. Mickey Mantle of the Yankees. JACKSONVILLE vs COLUMBUS
LSit. 1 unW!. M ItebiBf rtnttaa or hitting around the .300 mark.
.. ..Cloud OrJn.da. t* of the Cleveland
AL SMITH PIZARRO PITCHING
240-61-357 JUAN -
_&VldiU ADd Btoito IrrtUttau. THE MORRIS BROWN COL- NOT A DODGER. OF FLAT-
tar ikbe*. ft 7eere eve Indians proved his ability as an
try ran CTST1ix nmrftr yoanc*afoW.Art dnc LEGE WOLVERINES will play BUSH was picked on the 1956 All- WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 11th 2:30 P.M.
; 3 gilt tot CY8TXX Viuttr._J.laCk.!... fllW all around baseball player whenhe the PaulQuinn Tigers of Waco, Star'team. How different that is
h
2 A\H. B*!'s M'IP 'aU y" pr
called in short time COLUMBUS FOXES!
i was a ago exas next season in Atlanta: to other when the Dodgers JACKSONVILLE BRAVES vs
years
; 4 5 to play third base. The sparkling Three cheers for Coach Ox demons practically dominated the voting (K.ot/:Hole Gang Tickets Hewed Aft,...... Genie Oly)

6 7 play of Smith at third base de- of the Wolverines. It was I WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 11th 7:00 to 8:15
"; Need a Haircut? manded the attention of all con- during the hey-day of athletics at FRANK ROBINSON, of the
47-26-71 'VICKERSIARIER cerned, manager: players specta- the Texas college where Coach Cincinatti Reds is Just about the ROY ACUFF SHOW! GRAND OLE OPRY!

tors and front office. Smith is also 'made' hottest-thing in'the majors. For a
SHOP Clemons gridiron histsory. WEDNESDAY EVENING. JULY 11th
158-3-416 one of the top ranking batting Coach ClemOns played on the first year man. he is setting the
Street American League. 'fire. It is hard for JACKSONVILLE BRAVES vs COLUMBUS FOXES!
\ 706 W. Ashley stars of the Paul Quinn tea mwhen it tiedTuskegee's league on any
s...,... .**. M THE PITTSBUBG PIRATES. Golden Tigers in 0-C one to see how Robinson can miss GAME TIME: 1:30 PJ*. -
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i I SHMti8Mt H. ..... MBtractt..'s tara SPECIAL WED. ft THURS. who started off like a house afire game. At that time the Tigers of being named the "Rookie of the THURSDAY. JULY 12th 7:00 to 8:15 P.M.

He wetfet It .U .....4 85c Facial Message 85c when the new manager Bobby Tuskegee ruled the roost in footbalL Year." He is among the top home
ROY ACUFF SHOW! GRAND OLE OPRYI
85c Cool Shampoo 85c Bragan was called up from Holly demons along with other run hitters and his fielding lacks .I

FOR JULY; 14th wood of the Pacific Coast League members of that Paul Quinn team nothing that makes a ball player THURSDAY. JULY 12th 8:30 P.M.
OTIS YlCKfKS Pn,. great. -
went to Atlanta.
j 14-59-86 JACKSONVILLE BRAVES vs COLUMBUS FOXES!
I ..- FACING THe STRAND GUARANTEED CALLS HOW STRANGE THINGS ON TO ANOTHER SALLY
i SERVICE' HAPPEN. who was U 'that said LOOP FLAG for the Jacksonville JULY 13th. 14th AND 15th 8:00 P.M.
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-- $3. Birdie Tebbetts was a failure at Braves of 195$. The,Braves have JACKSONVILLE BRAVES vs SAVANNAH REDLEGS!
Servktat ttwGrecter Cleveland when h..was catching one of the smartest managers in

DOUBLE ROCK & SHOCK SHOW'Tarantula" (, f1 J.ckte.- for the Indians? When Birdie was the minor leagues. Baseball experts Don't Forget .
vilto A... 10"' .
ST E All called in manage the Cindnatri have termed Ben Geraghiy

Plus "Running Wild" EL 3-4366 Reds. sports fans wondered as major league materiaL THE SALLY LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME
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SUN. THRU how could he become a successful '
JULY 0 ? EXTRA! "MAMBO MADNESS" I, maneger. With th.'brand of ball JULY: 16th 1956

the Reds are playing;under: Teb- .For Best Buys lAT THE NEW JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL PARK -

For EYE GLASSESCell I, belts what do they' think of READ TICKETS: NOW ON SALE .

ROQSETELT SEYYIEWS .'s.. Tebbetts now? I wonder. The '"Florida Star" Reserved Sets: $1.50 GfN4taii4: $1,00 CtiiUr*.: tOc
JACK ANDERSON Ernie Banks of the Chicago
Cubs is of the most feared FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
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-COURTMARTIAL OF ,J.... Stcvert WORKING PEOPLE His hitting has been the talk of On Page 8 .
BILLY MITCHtu.MAN FROM LARAMIl- the league for his hitting and
Gin :..*., _.P1d- fielding. His coverage of the short Durol and Franklin Streets Phone Elgin 3-4307
B.H First R.. "BAD DAY AT BLACKfcOCK"Sewer ,
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n. fourth of July has come and gone.:With the passing of'theFpurtbTwe BAPTIST' MINISTERSTO -

begin io look forward Christmas and the Winter sea ,
son. Funny,how in out'society certain holidays mean certain things. MEET' MONDAYThe U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALE

W. remember the holidays lof by-gone years when we looked forward
Baptist Ministers Brotherhood -
toVihe 4th as the day we'were allowed to shoot fireworks to our "1t This.isit i
of Duval and adjacent.coun U.S. ROYAL Air Ride
hearts.dir.W.'Tiyidly remembeVihe ",various types of fireworks. .
ties will meet Monday July 9 in worldfamousU.
tk genuine,
Best of'all was the day when we were permitted. to graduate from
the Bethel Baptist Church aj !1LUL ." S._Royal quality tiresiits'
sparklerstto real.full-sized firecrackers. WHITEWALL

Then there was the big picnics at American Beach. The Afro- The Rev. A. B. Coleman will '
American Insurance. Company sponsored a big employees picnic preview the Sunday School lesson I 19"She

yearly.;'Everyone was1' given, bar-b-que and fried fish. Highlighting and ,Lee' : McQueen will .read the !I
the Afro affair" were the contests of 'skill'such as climbing the order of the day.: 6.7015S( I 6.70/15
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"greasy pole catching the greased pig a rolling pinthrowing contest The Rev. H.- H. Robinson is .SIZE.../11 j I PRICE flJJi SM/U SIZE PRICK$IUSIS
; the-watermelon eating and pie eating'and other bits of'Ameri President(and the Rev.:G. W. Mil- $."/ t 1 1 IVC5 CH/15 I It."
7J6/15 17.45 U./15 2140ZX7S.
cana.Those days have gone forever. Now we have beer drinking contests'ind ler, reporter. / 19.2 74e/is *
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60/1J ZI.2t 800/1S 251s.All
Hiker. guzzling;rnarathons. The Fourth is no longer the prkcs plus tax
great American family holiday. If you want to keep your family White Lawyer Named sod your receivable tire
safe you have to keep them at home. I for one yearn for the Asst. State Attorney ALSO AVAILABLE IN TUBELESS
old days. How about you?

In the city the holiday'' was fairly safe and sane. We heard of TALLAHASSEE Anthony J. I U.S. Royal 8, ALL NEW

no serious accidents among our folk. There were' several minor traffic Hosemann, Jr., a white Miami the tire selected ALL AMERICAN
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for finest 1956 case
_accidents. At New Berlin two persons were injured in boating lawyer, has been appointed by : Easiest CreditTerms new

mishaps. The story is elsewhere in the STAR. All in all most folk Gov. LeRoy Collins to succeedthe In Town '
just stayed home. Curtis Taylor of the Country Club stated that his state's first colored assistant s19451S2195CHEY 56 Rambler
business was off. Several other business places reported the same state attorney Henry H. Arrington -

thing. The regular Wednesday night! fights kept. the attendance up effective July 1. PLYM. FORD Siio 6.79/15* SJq 6.70/15-

in the bars. Arrington was suspended by the BRAKES RELINED SIZE B. W.W. W. w. 7v. Newest Smartest Low-Priced 4-Qoor
governor last March 21. He had '.7,/15 S19,43 S2J.93 S2U5 S2O5242S Hardtop
The Cotton Dress Ball which was scheduled for .:June 29th at 7.U/15 21.7S ZJt 2S.7
served in the office less than six 29 US.M1S M.M 3ZM'
Riveted 7.M/1S
the Country Club for the YWCA will be held on the 16th of Julyat months before his suspension. It .Lining ass.is 31.95: j 29.60 3129 KING-SIZE INSIDE! RAMBLER-SIZE OUTSIDE!
Labor end Mattriel
the Country Club. Plan now to attend''anel give your support. 1.Zt/15 27.20 KM M.7 37JOAll .
resulted from remarks he allegedly -,
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John Jay and Mary Coleman have joined the growing list of made in a radio broadcast that Special I 12.95 .... your prices recappobU plus. to*tire Af Your NASH Dealer I

Lincoln owners. We still haven't seen any Mark II's and Thunder- his office was fully integratedand

birds among the Negro populace. Ken Knight is telling all he intendsto white stenographers took his CRISWELL TIRE CO. NASH OF JACKSONVILLE{ INC.
be the first to buy a Thunderbird. dictation.He ,
was appointed Sept. 28, 1955
PHONE EL 5-2571
Members of the fairer sex are spending more and more time on at the request of Dade State Phone EL 6-0236
the beaches. It' seems the men just can't,afford to take a week off Atty. George Brautigam who said STATE STREET, CORNER HOGAN
and vacation. Among the beach-goers were Barbara Robinson and' more than 50 percent of the criminal 501 w. DUVAL STREET, COR. CLAY STREET
three pretty young things from Tampa. Her guests were Mesdames cases handled by his office YOU'LL MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR '56

Doris Thomas, formerly Miss FAMU, and Emma Hendrix, lovely: involved colored people. Brauti- "f"=, I
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sisters from Tampa and Mrs. Emma Green also of the Cigar City.. gam recommended Arrington be : .""
The ladies enjoyed Jacksonville and its beaches so much they plan suspended after Arrington refused ;

early retains J. D. Brooks and his family are also among the to come to his office and explain SALE !
vacationers Pearl Chatman has as her guest Marian Grimes of the radio broadcast. I FOR DELICIOUS DINNERSFried I 1bt&a&
Boston. Mass. and Theora Leggin has as her guest a friend from .
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Aluminum
Indianapolis. Ind. Both young ladies are entertaining on the beach ,

and at home. Help, WastedTYPISTExperienced J Chicken Fried Shrimp Sliding Windows

Speaking of beaches we are seeing more and more men in all Trout Fish Steaks Pork Chops 8 SIZES CLOSING OUT
types of walking shorts; W. think they look cool whether they are part time.
Call EL 5-0347. Miss Mary Liti- (Includes Glass)
or not but we Just haren't gotten nerve enough to put on a pair.
When Ken Knight wears his though yours truly and the editor will mer, 1816 W. Sixth Street RIDE OUT TO

both wear our "bermudas." COTTON'S RESTAURANT WINDOWS SAVE -
MAID-Live on premises. S days.
Isiah White has just returned from Columbia County and the ,11 to 5:30 p. m. Must live in vicinity .
political wars. White and other beverage salesmen worked diligentlyto of Old St. Augustine Rd. & BAR-B-Q Examples:

.help,keep: Columbia County'wet. In.,a..recent ,election the reform Mrs. Carr. 3645 Mariana Rd. 36" x 21" ................$13.45 56" x 31" ................$18.45

mesurefailed to win the 'approval of the voters Nip SamscPleluaiedlhs (formerly the Cotton Club) 48" x 31" ................ 16.75 72" x 31" ................ 19.95
return from West Florida by having a party at 'the MAID Lire on premises. MrS
Country'Club"; Nip is also showing off a little dog'wjth' a big leash George Doro.Must be good cook 45th STREET 56" x 21" ................ 14.45 72" x 41" ................ 20.95 'I

he"acquired". while on his trip. : and have references. AM 84631. Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road
."':"' : :' : y. ... '- .' ,. '. CHAPLIN-HOBSON Inc. J
The sandman sneaked...upfon? John "B-BJ*Pickehi! at the'l!<>pi- Look for the Neon Lights 1402 E. 8th' STREET PHONE EL 5-4031 !
cannTand'hel< Revis at Country Club. Both took. naps. s I ROOMS For Rent "J.K Window Center"
UNDER NEW
MANAGEMENT
Curtis Taylor of the Lincoln Golf and Country Club is a new -
member of the "Summer Widowers." His madam left the city to visit 4 rooms and bath, upstairs, 126 Me George "Coffon" Smith, Prop.
friends and relatives in Washington and the surrounding areas. Whilein S. Myrtle Avenue. $10.00 per Why Not See a Woman with a Gift from God?
Washington Mrs Taylor will make arrangements for their talented week. Call EL 3-5448.
daughter Vivian to ;,re-enter Howard,University. Miss Taylor,won Sick Are Being Healed .

several:talent
Her.training was cut'short last year by illness. week. Furnished room $6.50 per
week including cooking and Mother Weston Says 1 Doe't Advertise Very Much. When 0. Gets
Harold Gibson of Seaboard Insurance Company is in town for EL EL Healed They Tell$ Someooo Else. Who They Have Problems T. Solve
lights. Phone 5-5094 or OPENING SPECIAL
the holiday week-end. Gibson is operating out of,SL,Petersburg and 51109. and Tried Everything and Failed I Solve It and They Tell Someone
Tampa. He just loves the Gulf coaSt and especially the Tampa'area Else.

girls.. .4 A report from Miami tells us that Laura Wynn formerly of See Her Today and Be Blessed Tomorrow
this city and now of Miami is really "gone"< and is picking her com. Buy in Philadelphia. and nearby ELECTRICAL SCALPTREATMENT .4 -
panions with:Ia "continental. ,' flavor.. New Jersey --- Forms. Woodland Jesus Never Fails
Lots. City and Surburban Home -:- -:-
The neighbors pf Seth Darby told police how they "watched"thieves and Duplexes. G.I. Specials. A. andCOMPLETE
HEALING
Write Mr. B. W. Robinson of SERVICES 11-00: A.M. to 2:00: P.M.
remove the well Known about town's valuables. The boys on BROWN ft CO.

the blocks are amazed at the fact that Seth was able to give thelaw" 1609-11 FEDERAL STREET Private Appointments 4:00: p.m. to 8:00: p.m.
*hi* loss 'down to the ,last''four-cents.:! Thieves cleaned out his PHILADELPHIA 46, PA. pt
closet and.took his prized TV and hifi combination. He is now the tdt w,.f kra9.Q}
best "undressed: ..man in town.A MOTHER WESTON .
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new member of the clan of,salesmen about town is Mrs. Eunice A car for you. HAIRDO $$2.00TOBY'S 921 Tyler Street Phone EL 4-0364
Lockett Mrs. Lockett is connected with- Tommy's Appliances. You Just came today.At -

: can recognize her: by her wide smile and blue plym:>uth. Bertha prices right .
Hollinger of the Surplus Army Store on Myrtle Ave. has her eyes For you to pay.

full of stars when she speaks of a certain sea-faring man. Armand DufreneThe -:- Big Savings on -:-
Parlor
:' Johnny Stewart and Sol Rev are a gruesome two-some. Beware Honest Frenchman Beauty Ranges Refrigerators Washers TV's

all girls,,there's sop1etbfug brewing, when they come around. .
USED CARS 615 DAVIS STREET Easy Terms Trade-Ins Accepted
Iva Williams of the Kings oad'DriveJnn is sporting dark
:
: shades. We understand that it twasn't the sun that gave her eyes Phone EL 49812Mrs. -, CALL -
1222 Main Street
trouble. Bob "Sugar Sugar"- Hudson has on a one-man drive '
to promote:all Tennessee,sour: mash brands. He is also switching to Phone EL. 4-3313 Tabitha "T oby"' Taylor, ProprietressSeven EUNICE LOCKETT

a diet of olives and cocktail franks and is still selecting as his companions PO. 5-2592: or EL 5-2360
i e young ladies who wear red' dresses only. His side-kick, Trained, Experienced OperatorsTo

Johnny! Shaw has been .conspicuous by his absence.since his madam Serve You in a Modern I

came in town. ;. fk Well Equipped Shop

We know all of you boys have seen the pretty picture on the
ledge at the Country Club.' Well-the-lady is in town in the flesh. WE HAVE A STYLE TO SUIT YOULVlUl

Mable Flager Is visiting for a spell with her mother. Before Mable HOURCLEANERS
moved to New York she was one of the town's most popular hostessesat t
the old Duck Inn. i ,

: George Redd og Ballantines and Champ Ale is usually the first i 4i y .Jff'fc'ml JI J i
salesman on'the streets in the mornings. We know he is an early. f i
riser because he woke.us at 6:30: to report-some news.
t ic1sin; :
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Dame Rumor is a terrible old hussy. Evidence of her work is seen
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in broken homes, ruined businesses and in many tragic domestic
accidents. This week the vicious old dame.showed her ugly face in SYLVIA'SBEAUTY .* fnc **

Jacksonville and' in the Tampa area. Rumors were rampant that
Negroes had planned to "invade the white: beaches. The peculiar SHOP 4' '. u p tQ0 .
thing about the rumor'is that Olly.the whites knew of the planned 310 Davis Street V, t. 9 b th. BACHELOR BUNDLES

invasion. The "invaders" knew nothing of the plan. We really believe FOUR EXPERIENCED 1
that the whole thing was a plot-carefully planned. The recent wave OPERATORS TO SERVE
of Can and Citizens Councils meetings in this area have not been Se e
YOU + 5 HOUR SERVICEBeautifully I
.f;. fellowship gatherings'or.just bull sessions. A lot of dingy doings were air/OS

planned under those bed sheets. Mrs. CorrU U Ford act ot CimiriTl

i Ontt6q:other:1) maybe; the consciences of the city fathers Mrs.Mrs.Delia Saronnah Mae .McDanieU Dear Laundered'and Finished

worried them more than the rumors. They are aware that we have Sylvia' Johnson, Prop. '
J a right' to use any.municipal facility such as the beaches. The only '
PHONE' EL, 6-tltl '. '
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reason Negroes in this area.have not pressed claim for facilities on f --;--7SSgir'-- --: "'4'' ? 1
Savint anil Loan' V siM-iaiioii ;
the ocean near here Is'because of lack of leadership. There is one > >' .

thing we want Mr. Charlie to understand. We are not particular ACHING MUSCLES [ ( ( : J'--jTHlt tmllf/lf J
about mixing and walking on the boardwalk"at Jacksonville Beach.. ..
We just want equal facilities in this county. ,
; lUlMve Mine of tir4.*....,,eIU*. HMAVtot
Negroes in Duval. County are getting a little tired of being ,.STANSACK wWi STAN octa SACK.fart to Uote brtat*or nnrftctton,....,. 911) West Ashley Street

served up to the Nassau County law enforcement agencies like fatted sou.< .,.....tfc.STANSACK(.... PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR" '
calves. Why-should we have. to go out of our county for recreation .anbinss Mvral .prieorlpUen type .... 416 Main Street -
IrNi.-. isr test ....ieI.d" of ....
then be subjected persecution, and humiliation? ADVERTISERS' .






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