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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 21, 1956
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Frequency:
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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 21, 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:
UF00028362:00283

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Tallahassee The nearly month-old city bus boycott by Negro

citizens demanding equal seating took a vindictive turn this weekas
:i l BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT y the City Commission ordered Police Chief Stoutamire to start

Florida joined the "resistance states like, Georgia. Mississippi o'P arresting colored car pool drivers. ;,r ."
r and Alabama which refuse to carry out the U. S. Supreme Court The crackdown will be made on I
ruling on segregation when Governor Leroy Collins last Wednesday
the basis that the car pool driversare I cl.\sed by the State Railroad
announced that a special legislative session will be conrened on Mon- SZ'K violating state laws govern.ing1or Commission or the city.

day to enact laws designed to maintain segregation in the state of I hire.yhleb5j#, '- "' .
The measure provides thatfcvioations -
,Florida_ and' outlaw---the- -NAACP.. ', '-' '.-, ..,,",,> City 'Attorpey': :,Mess said investigation can be' punished by jail
shows that most of the
"A' '. j sentences of up to 90 days and a
emergency laws dealing with segregation IazSlate f .i"4F" <, car pool drivers are breaking the THE WAY TO STARDOM Introducing Jacksonville's
Bill Will $250 fine. Stiffer sentences are
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the fruit fly highway '. ,<, 'S'f.' '\ law. He added that the car pool ewest-and prettiest-disc.jocker. in the person of young and
\ provided for repeated violations.
safety, institutional improvementsand t., ..,, .:.;j .,'_ automobiles were not carrying the glamorous Yvonne Daniels who is heard Monday through Friday over
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mail-order real estate sales. Employeesfrom .:t:O' :; :&;;. : proper license tags nor were the drawn Ballinger is designed said: "The to bill help as other now Station> WOBS from 7 to 7:30 p. m. doing "The Yvonne Show" in a

Collins said his original call drivers licensed as chauffeurs. unique manner.
would be restricted to these five BRILLIANT STUDENT Because -I Meantime the Cities Transit Co., cities protect themselver againstthe The charming record spinner who delivers her melodic offeringsin

fields but he probably would recommend Boycotting of his high scholastic standing which ceased operation on July 1, planned and blatant ignoringof sultry romantic tones is displaying unusual talent which undoubtedly -

legislation In other fields Amon Home, a Jacksonville announced Thursday buses would regulatory authority which has comes from being the daughter of Billy "Black Magic" Daniels

when the 20-day session getsOunder In Pulman County youth has been awarded a $I.500a start roll.ig through Tallahassee featured the leadership of the bus and an equally talented mother. Mrs. Gladys Daniels well-known

way. year scholarship to the Harvard streets again Aug. 2 after a...shutdown boycott in Tallahassee. Eastsider. -
University School of Engineering. "These leaders have been laying
due to a boycott by Negro
He said ,he will restrict segregation Palatka Plans to introduce abill
Home who is the first Jaxon to riders. the foundation for two years or
legislation to bills recom- at the July 23 special legislative -
win such a scholarship resides at more," he said. They demonstrated -
The announcement relayed
was
mended by a committee of legal session to make it unlawfulfor Rat Poison Swallower
1857 West 10th Street with his the chamber of commerce that they can and would
experts and endorsed by House any state employee to take through
mother Mrs. Dora Scarborough.'Zipgun' weld the Negro population of
which is organizing a ride the bus
and Senate committees. More part in an organized boycott was
drastic proposals to abolish the announced by State Rep. James campaign in-an effort to make bus Leon County into an effective
Farewell NotesA
I bloc. Writes
minority voting
school system, outlaw the NAACP,I leek of Putnam County.He operations profitable over new
Packers to. white "Such leaders, imported for
i routes geared serve pa-
ani .give the Governor sole control said he would either ask I
these then opened the
over university admissions Gov. Collins to include the measure trons. purposes
would have to come under the in his list of items to be considered Warned Before the boycott an estimated bus boycott. They have accom- Jacksonville man who made a poor attempt at taking his own
two.thirds'rule. or try to get the necessary By Judge 70 per cent of bus patronage came panied this with threats of reprisals life experienced a painful ordeal and was taken to Duval Medical

.. The Governor refrained from wo-thirds vote in each house and from Negro riders. The boycottwas against local public" officials Center last Monday for treatment of severe burning in his throat
: called May 28 in a protest of who resist their plans. chest and stomach.
introduce it. The of lethal -
using the word segregation in his appearnce zip guns
announcement but said the Legislature Beck told newsmen he believes. homemade pistols which I segregated seating. Leaders of the Negro IntercivicCouncil The would-be suicide is Willie

will be asked to adopt the some state employees have taken have figured in a number of recent -. BILL TO CURBBOYCOTTERS denied there has been any: James Jones, 33, of 958 West
made Iin j threats of reprisals.They have de- Soulh's Democrats State Street who swallowed rat
program recommended by the part in the boycott attempting to teen-age gang wars was
clared that all they want is equal poison in an attempt to end his
Fabisinski committee, created force racial integration on Tallahassee Juvenife Court here this week. A slate legislator Rep. Ken-

solely to. preserve segregation. buses. Judge Gooding presided over neth Ballinger of Tallahassee, announced accommodations for the equal Fighting To Kill life..
fares they pay on buses. According to a police report
This program includes a law the hearing of eight boys 12 to 15 that he'and other legis-
giving local school boards sole years of age on charges they pos- lators had prepared a bill for Introduction Civil Rights Bill i made by Officers S. Gaines and
told Mrs.
ConstitutionalityOf foe Doe the victim
session of
at special
authority to decide which schoola sessed the weapons. a
pupil shall attend and take into Law Being Tested the Honda Legislature Monday One Han FreedIn Thelma Brown the landlady at
The devices are made by his residence that he did not wantto
consideration intangible social "to curb wildcat car-pooling and By Eric O. Simpson ..
ing a section of hollow fasten-I live.
scientific factors that might pre TAUAHASSEEArguments other illegal devices by which Narcotics Case Washington The South's diehard -
aerial to wooden stock.
a
hare been It is believed that Jones had
conditions of socio-economic transportation boycotts Democrats this week-end
vent on constitutionality of Florida'snew trigger is bound to the rear of the l|
: ** because of
class consciousness among the criminal psychopathic law organized. seemed to be losing in.their fightto become despondent
with rubber. band. The wea- :
gun j
such legislation isn't expected marital difficulties he had been'
pupils. were scheduled to be heard in : Since Freddie Lee Williams was found kill civil rights legislation
fires .22 cartridges.
Other segregation measures to Leon County Court Friday. pon to be included in Gov. Le- not guilty of the charges of sales which last Thursday survived an experiencing involving separationfrom

go before the session would give The law is being invoked by Judge Gooding took over the Roy Collins' special session call and possession of narcotics in onslaught spiked with an angry his wife.

local school boards authority to Clyde Atkinson, attorney for Wil- guns and warned the boys against I it will be necessary for the group! Criminal Court on Tuesday. exchange of charges of playing Police found two farewell notes

retain dismiss teachers without manufacturing or possessing them.A .to get approval of two-thirds of: 23, politics. Jones had written to his wife be-
or lie White 34. Negro charged with The trial of Leonard Woods i I
allow the fore swallowing the rat poison in
meas-
regard to continuing contracts, raping a Florida A. and M. Uni- 13-year-old boy from the the legislators to was postponed and Judge Harvey, The first threat to the measure
give the governor vast powers to versity coed. Atkinson wants his Jacksonville Beach area was committed ures to be introduced.The set Aug. 6 for a trial date after' came on an amendment by Rep.I his suicide attemptJones

regukte the use of public parks, client examined by two psychia- to the Industrial School as, proposal would require organizations attorneys representing both sides' Willis (D., La.)' which would have! is recovering.

buildings and other facilities and trists and committed to a mental incorrigible.The seeking to divert pa- agreed that a new jury should be killed three-fourths, or the heart'

increase his emergency powers to institution under the law making appearance of the .weapons I' tronage from existing public impaneled. Woods is charged with of the bill and leave only an-

call out the militia and other law such provisions for sexual psyco- was first revealed by the "Florida I II transportation systems by to provid be li- three counts of sale and possession' thorization for a special commis- Tampa City Sued

enforcement agencies to preserve paths. Star" last week when it ran pictures ,ing free transportation of narcotics. sion to investigate the civil rights

peace.It State Atty. William D. Hopkins of the home-made guns and Cases against James Holmes, 39, l under limited powers. For Child's DeathTampa
also will consider resolu- contends the law is unconstitutionaL reported that boys in the 45th' SL I and Arthur Williams 24, were Willis AmendmentThe

tion condemning' the desegregation -', and Moncrief area had been I Watch Oat For continued by Judge Harvey. : Willis amendment would

mandate and urging a U. S. "manufacturing" and using them. have knocked out provision- A $35,000 suit wall

constitutional amendment restoring Judge Gooding warned that I tablishing a civil rights commission filed in circuit court here Tuesday

to the sovereign states their Two'Men Are Charged any youngster who comes to Ju- Counterfeit $5.00 Insect Poison Causes in the Justice Department: against the City of Tampa charg-

rights to run their own internal with under assistant attorney ing negligence at Tampa Negro
For Break and Entry venile Court charged posses Death Of Young BabyPeter an gen-
affairs. sion or manufacture of "zip guns" Counterfeit $5 federal reserve eral, strengthening present civil Hospital caused the death of their

will face stringent measures. notes that are "hightly rights statutes, anti additional nine-month-old son Julius Brad-
Wade, 711 W. Church Sand
Henry Laverne Daniels 10- .
The judge said possession of deceptive"" might hit here this protections over voting rights intended dy, Jr.The
SentencedFor Benny Foster, 1049 Logan St.
Slayer Is month-old died Wednesday sup in thSouth. couple charged that the
and enter- these homemade, lethal instru- week according to a report by to benefit Negroes
charged with breaking posedly after 2-year-old brother fed three and one half
baby was
'McDavid special agentin
ments is strictly unlawful and R. M.
Miami KillingCircuit ing and grand larceny at Cain and Ronald,"had poured some insecticide -
before
be- of the U. S. Secret The Eisenhower administrationhas hours being given an
charge
aring
that boy or girl app
335 E. Street. any
Bultman Inc. Bay
fore the court and proven to bea Service who said the notes into the infant's mouth listed the civil rights bill as anesthesia on Sept 1, 1954 and
of the Peace Med
Judge Grady L. Craw- faced Justice party to their manufacture or were discovered in the South- i while he was,asleep. one of the major pieces of legis- contend this was too short a timeto

ford ordered. 20-year prison term lock on Friday. be dealt with east area last week. The children had been left i in lation it wants enacted at this allow the food to digest-and

Thursday for Sammy Lee Taylor, Bonds of $2500 was set for the possession strictly.He will McDavid said the bogus note charge of an 8-year-old sister. session of Congress,,but appeared against the doctor's orders.,As a

24.Miami man who pleaded guiltyto two accused of stealing a numberof passers have tended to prey on Police said the insecticide may certain to die in the Senate even result the infant died while under
radios and television sets from warned the parents to destroy
second-degree murder in the wherever they five and ten 'cent stores and not have caused the infant's death if passed by the House.In the anesthetic.: The baby was ad-
fatal stabbing of Grady Clark. 38 Cain and Bultman. the weapons smaller merchants. and an autopsy would be perform. a strange turn the House mitted to undergo an eye opera
The took place during a .Most of the stolen property was see them. The guns are usually in I
killing ed. (Continued on Page 1)) tion.Our .
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THE fLOAJDA STAR Sahm''.,. July 21. 1965
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Eouwrr BY ERIC O. SIMPSON ;
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: The November election seems a long way off but in a few
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F )t. MaHi i AMnss: : short weeks the.noises of the Democratic and Republican National j
MEIN
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:. ** Boa *". J. r. 4 Stoat,:JackaoaYiHe, FUriJa. ......, ELe>:.4J773UIC'O. w M Florida the I 1

r WIT OF'f Democrats for is that a few of the local organi-
: SIMPSON --. M oebfl' _Editor V
Cf Parlay Jo....... .' _-,I Newt Staff Eisenhower need for concentrating on increas- i
have begun ing our voting strength.As .
Member of Associated Negro Press laying plansbut Negroes
; etr f we can accomplishlittle
have not in Duval, Leon.Dade or
any-
.t SUISCRln eN-aATH'- 14r.yQp yet decided just
., $3." Tfcfae Meariu, $1 JO where else without formidable
OM Ye $S.ot; Half Year ; how forceful
,; MalleJ T. Ye*, Aayvaere to tke toped States. V J F 0r voting strength. It is only when
Sa.scri.tioa. Payable la AaSreace. Sead kicks er M..., Order Te: > their'program we have a strong vote that we

r FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA will be. Theyare have a strong vo'ce! and voice
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waiting to
that we can use to speak for
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: : L see whether up
and demand
the rights that are
1* Negro Firemen. _____ Senator George Simpson entitled to us and our children.
Q 2. More Negro Police Officers. Smathers will This publication will
3. Squad Can for the Negro Policy get the nod for the vice-presi- plan for announcea

:.. 4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of .the. t Y.d' dency in which case the Ds a registralion'campaignwhich
will{ require the aid and cooperation
Building Program. t ;. for E feel they will not have towage .
of citizens in all walksof
t .a,.heavy campaign because !
life We
will need workers
of the fact that it*wont: take too I
and.helpers to out the
: much to get Floridians to carry Job
Good Relations In Duval -, home-boy. supporta I but it is a job that must be
done NOW.
That may be true but it seems I
r AaFkridiIsKeyTo to me that regardless of who is on I .

the ticket the first thing to do is
to get and One or two of the highly placed
more more people reg-
Progress Through Cooperation : 4 [.istered. Democrats have stated that Presi-

dent Eisenhower's health should

Two'things for which citizens of Duval County and'most Ji & : One thing is sure. the Negro not be brought into the campaign.This .

of Florida can b. truly proud -and tha.nkful-are the good v !. : \ r vote will be more important,than writer, for one could not see
.,. how it could be left out for the
: racial relations that exist here and that we have a moderate aver because of the wide split
group of Negroes and whites In our,community. I ; / among whites. Both parties will simple reason that the president's
health is a most important matterto
use the civil
,Tiihe'and time again it has been proven that the citizens : q'V the rights plank to win. the people moreover, since
rote and the t.
I I Negro result is
t be carried
; .o(this community do not allow themselves to away in politics all is fair in love and
'- -rabble 1 Their Of A Filibuster That Killed The School Bill." that the GOP as well as the
by emotionalism nor are: they easily swayed by 'It Was Threat ,Demos will incur the wrath of war it seems that the health of

;, or agitators. I Southern whites. the President-to-be makes good
:. : In our years here we have seen incidents peacefully settled many demands being made on I One regrettable thing is that campaign material.
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here that would have excited race riots in some other I duties
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and
I your energies by your civic and political Negro organizations Well, the Democratic Digest has
places. The reason for: this is that the bulk of the Negro and Your Weekly co-workers who may be trying to in Florida have failed to started prodding into the Presi-

;; white people who compose our middle class society are basically shirk their own responsibility(25th carry out a large scale registration dent's intestines already.

decent, peaceful citizens. to 27th). You are in good colored
campaign
Guide among .
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t, Take the recent "Negro: March On The Beaches Rumor Horoscope hands when you entrust the arrangements voters. The biggest campaign seen

., .-.-thai: thing could have resulted In a pitched battle either for the weekend activities in these parts was in 1950 when "Palace Guard Again Puts Polio

side.JtKIHeB:the rumor a rioualy .'. But it all goes to prove % WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR to your mate or the one Duval County put on somethinglike tics Ahead of the President's Welfare -

r... that here aren't too many'rabble rousing whites nor hardly BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL who usually takes part in everything 14,000 registrants swelling the ," the official publication of

any Negro qH ors. you do (28th-29th). rolls to nearly 28,000. Althoughthe the Democratic National Committee -

In Duval,although the Negroes have been denied many By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES 1111001957313. Negro population has increased headlines ,an article on the

privileges we have had no boycotts demonstrations, which I more than 8,000 since tactics employed by Republican

,i-< retard progress such as we have seen in some other parts of SCORPIO then, the registration has droppedto leader during the President's seC-
work with allies to
: the state and nation. closely your Born Oct 24 thru NOT. 22 somewhere around 23,000. ond major illness-his June 8th
Born March 21 thru April steer .clear .of long-term obligations ,
f The only regrettable thing about the situation is that ware > You may have to take some An,encouraging note however, ileitis attack which necessitatedan
There is an element of the unexpected or debts, and to live at all
not making the best of this wholesome atmosphere that time off from your worldly inter- zations are beginning to see the operation to relieve a dangerous -
i in matters that have to times,strictly within your means.
t. could this harmony ests to consider family and do- intestinal block.
exists here. Our governing agencies use ;
do with your friends, social life. Check into these matters and
;, between the laces to weld unity that will work to build i a affections creative urges and chil- make any adjustments that seem mestic problems. Ingenuity and PISCES The Digest cites as typical of

progressive community.On dren. The 23rd-24th are days desirable (23rd-24th). Accept resourcefulness may be needed to Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 the growing public reaction the

the other hand, our white businessmen who sit complacent when you may obtain a wish whatever business comes your cope with youngsters, emotional Like the first week of the observation by John S.. Knight

and just wait for the normal trickle of Negro business other than one that has to do with way even if you are off for the interests and speculative hazards month it seems to be time to ease publisher of the Chicago Daily

..L..,, !,could do a'great deal to stimulate business from colored pa- speculation or games of chance. weekend as it"may come throughthe (25th 'to 27th). Should you be oc- pressures and allow problems and Mews, that "the Republican strategists -
trons. In order to do this it will be necessary to cooperate with I See to it. that you get sufficient people you meet.on these days cupied with the pursuit of pleasure events themselves out. and the big guns in the bus i-
some or the Negro projects and promotions by assisting them rest, mentally and physically (28th-29th Accept :openings to make.; hethest4of .your>opportunities PrIvacY.il Jto. work X t arid"*behlfi
in sponsoring fashion shows,beauty contests and by appealingto as to be in the pink of condition donate as well as make'money on to interest persons the-scenes maneuvers provide the r tke, even though he may not1asrthrough '*

Negro trade through advertising the Negro press. when you will be called upon to these days but keep it all confi- who could provide an unexpectedboost best ingredients for a sense of a second term under the

: Just recently we noted that through the Chamber of: do some fast stepping (28th). The dential. to your ambitions while well-being and as little unnecessary pressure of the job.

z Commerce a "Million Dollar Days" sales promotion was sponsored -!. pleasures in which your mate and 120331256242.LEO they this Deriod.9J60 are sharing. your fun during ado as possible (23rd-24th.). The "second Republican drive"to

; .'. but no direct appeal was made to Negroes through other loved ones participate are A spirit of give and take will en- keep Eisenhower in the Presidential -
::. the Negro press. The result is that the downtown businesses the ones that will not create mis- -66-17-73-132. able you to edge further along in race was "much more

:- were deprived of thousands of dollars In sales from the Negro understandings). Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 your quest for personal recogni- elaborate-and much more callus -

<; market. 8-55-30: -13-61-411. Proceed slowly and in full accord SAGITTARIUSBorn tion and favors (25th-26th). Lean > than the "first pressure cam-
L The banks and the public utilities could make invaluable T with your life or business NOT. 23 thru Dec 21 back and enjoy the'results of your paign" after his September 24

contribution to the progress of Jacksonville and at the same, TAURUS partner so as to extract the full By keeping abreast with the efforts on the 29th. heart attack, according to the Di-

time do themselves some good too. We have noted that several: Born April 20 thru May 20 benefits that can be had for the spirit of the times you will find 2-19-88-70-13-555. gest. .
of the local banks interesting messages of the this period of transition .
run some very ; There are signs of problems of a striving ((23rd-24th) Foresight on somewhat
value of savings and some of the features of the banks' service business or professional nature these days also enables you to easier to take. The 23rd-24th are .

.' in the white press. We feel that if ''these messages were arising from the developments of keep a step ahead of the competition. good for changes of proceduresas

.... brought directly to the attention of"the Negro people who certainly the previous quarter and this The measures and policies. well as in your basic philosophies PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
could do with more education on the need for saving may also cause you to make similar you resort to on the 25th to 27th should circumstances pointup -
V and the services the banks,offer it would certainly help' toward domestic adjustments (23rd- may determine just how strong the wisdom of this course.

r( building a prosperous community. 24th). The whole solution to your your financial position and ties Pleasure trips; recreational pleas-
'. The same goes for the City Light Department's and Telephone -problems and difficulties lies in will become.This is a good time to ures and romanticism may be just

V company's messages. The telephone company sponsors your hands and it would be a liquidate debts or obligations and what you need to take your mind

r, a message reminding folk to limit the length of telephone calls good move to get off by yourself to build up personal or joint re off your private concerns or.frust

( We thank that since colored housewives and teen-agers and mull the whole thing over. sources. The realization of a wishis rations. You can expect and give

.. and constant offenders it would do a great deal of good it a Secrecy should cover any opera- in store for those who are engaged satisfaction as far as services and :

r similar message was pointed to Negro homes through the tions that have to do with money; in business or aspiring to goods are concerned, especially if

k Negro press. and also allow plenty of time for much higher goals. you take a liberal view. Friends
Duval and Florida is a great;place to lire. Let's work !additional rest on these days. 6-10-99-14-76-015. and associates can now offer val- r1M i

f. together for progress but let's not forget-progress I 5-40-22-18-63-412. uable support.

;..; marches on both sides of the street. VIRGO 766401572821.

GEMINI Born Aug.24 thru Sept. 23

Born May 21 thru June 21 Get together with the one who CAPRICORNBorn

FV t V Hiw Inporiaii The Race ProblemThe Whatever is going through your can look after your responsibilities Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

mind at this time should be basedon and avoid high-handed or I You can take stock of your resources -
V critical attitudes that could spoil i and in direction
national the fact that the future is per- see what
race problem, a recently-completed survey what should lie a going partner- !
haps even mote important than you can spend money advantageously -
-,>. discloses, is considered more important by the American public the present. A fleeting moment of ship ((25th to 27th). Once you whether this be for supplies -
than the atom bomb international hostility, juvenile delin-
'that economic and
pleasure is not worth a decade of realize your new equipment, or for the
; quency, or any other problem. It is the most frequently mentioned interests are closely link-
security
< regrets, so plan your life and your :needs of those who depend on you
t problem in the U. S. today. actions accordingly (23rd-24th). ed with those of one who shares (23rd-24th). Devote yourself to do'
s the second of series of articles based on the first na- i
In a
intimate or public life, you
Surprising tidings, visits and developments your mestic interests, and consider the
t nal race problem survey, the July Catholic Digest reveals to will better understand the valueof that will the
may cause you revise moves ensure comfort
that North and South, Negroes and whites combined, the Ne- friendly cooperation at, all
,business outlook; but, and security of the family(28th29th
your
is viewed as most important by 45% of
: gro-White problem times (28th-29th). .
V as long as you remain true to your ) Inventiveness resourcefulness -
._ Juvenile trails far behind with
interviewed. delinquency
"" those 380771469514.LIBRA and
should find foresight help
flexibility waysto
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it most important while 32% regard the
only 36% considering ,
turn things to your advantage ,you to make progress on the 30th-
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both sections think of the problems in terms of white prejudice Your original 'a n d eccentric l

i;: f ear,and hatred, (and the resulting discrimination and friends are the ones most capableof AQUARIUSBorn
;. about one-fourth of southern whites would 1400 WRHC 1400
inequality), only Born June 22 thru July 22 providing you with refreshingand Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
accept a definition along these lines. maintain moments for a long
's.- half the southern whites think that the real prob- The surest way to exciting You have all the qualities to
Nearly is to time to You will,encounter
economic independence come.
lem is desegregation. In response to the query "What would your draw attention to yourself if you KEN KNIGHT

.. -. you say seems to be standing most in the way of solving the are so minded and there shouldbe

.'' :. ,Negro-White problem today?",prejudice is the obstacle named GET YOUR HOROSCOPE, READING FOR 1955 little standing in your way Presenting

F by most people even among southern whites.But,in the opin- UM dais coapoa. a..na.... ....t yeanelf. Sea4 10 teats (oae dime' from now on other than the recog- .
i* cola) far each kerascea ordered by MaiL lack 4a self addressed, nized competition. Make the best KNIGHT TRAIN
themS. st..,.. ......,.. Write laaly.. This offer does sot apply to' rasia'catif of your individual ability to get
rite ...ia&.. af c...... people "around to of 8-9 P.M.
24 your way 12-1 1
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the difficulty 14% think desegregation blocks a solution seeing and doing things (23rd-
major ,
:. and publicity. I r FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER -I 24th). Whether you are making or
F. __ and 10% say it is "agitation PAILO, SWEET CHARIOT
J lK: Most people also the Catholic Digest survey shows, thinkthe ,. o. lOX Jar spending money-it will require

f:: race problem a difficult one to solve. The definition"hardproblem" I JACICSOHV'W r. I.A. I JHas. considerable attention on your 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
V :; "- was given by 86% of northern whites; 88% of .. part to get the better of the bar-
and 72% of gain (25th to 27th). If you want to
the northern Negroes,
of
V southern whites; 81% I 'f > I II Features
Addresr preserve harmony within the fam-
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__k. southern Negroes. inclined than whites ily, and bring a favorable out- ELVES IN THE KNIGHT
much more
Negroes, however, are
I I. City come to an objective dear to your
Z. to think that progress is being made towards a solution. About st.f..I I Ir
r' one-third of the whites interviewed think the problem will 0.t. ., tbtk heart express your real feelingsand 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday1"

never be solved. But only one-tenth of the Negroes take so r Moat I 4--50-90--17--16-055.intentions (20th-31st).

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Erma Jean and Elaine are YisiHng in Marianna as house..guests.of ;. {:s-,.", .
, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. .Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Sherman 'White v>: J!: \\ .\ .

! 'brotber-ln-law and'sisters of Mrs. Davis. ..Mrs. Davis is the formerMiis ,

Lillian A. Dikens and former teacher in Jackson County. }
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The R :v. A. T. Wade, pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church is ill

in his horns at 949 W.3rd SL Members and friends may visit. .

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+ Mrs. Pearl A. Home and children Patricia Alphenia and Al.

phonso Jr. of 818 Robins Avenue left the city recently for Washing-

: ton D. C, New York City and Edmonton Alberta, Canada. Mrs. Home

is a teacher in the public school system. .

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Mr. and Mrs. William Scott of Jersey City N. J, are in _the

city visiting their brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. H. S Scott .. .:

of 731 West 16th Street.

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Ellis St. has-left the city for New York City is in
York City and Philadelphia Pa. mother Mrs. Ella Watts at

to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. 1425 W. 20th St. Top left photo- Board members of the
Top Right Photo Presidentsand
Calhoun is 'a member of Shiloh ,ACL System Brotherhood of 'Railway 'fi'r v U x'z \ -
past presidents of the ACL
Baptist Church serving In Choir < 'Clerks which held Us business sessions fol-
Mrs. Mamie Eutsay Ferrell of 1 Brotherhood who participated in
1, and is the president of the Good lowed by a luncheon in Jacksonville last
New York City is in the city visit- I the discussions are shown here.
Samaritan Relief Club. Sunday,are shown here with delegates to
ing her brother and sister-in-law i From left are James A. Smith.
the meet. Seated from left are Eugene t
Elder and Mrs. Nathan Eutsay at < James A. Hawkins. M. Anderson.
Mrs. Jenkins, a member of Mt. Courtney. Grand Lodge organizer: Don K. k
803 First St. She will also visit Henry S. Folson. E. D. Smo t.i .
Ararat Baptist Church continues Campbell* Grand Lodge organizer: FrankW.
with other relatives while in the i Mrs. Cinderella Folson and Geo.
ill in the Brewster HospitaL DyaL assistant general chairman: A. L. ; London.
city.
Groves general chairman; Miss Susan 3 ayn

Miss Gloria Anderson of 1159 Janette general secretary-treasurer. The { Bottom Photo In the luncheon -

W. 4th St. left the city Sundayfor Mrs. Katie Yopp of 14S6 Grothe delegates standing from left are: WilliamD. scene are seen members of the .

Washington D. C. where she St.. left the city recently to be at Richardson. E. C. Mallard. Charles H. organization with their wires and

will spend her vacation ,with the bedside of her mother Mrs. Freeman.E.D. Smoot. Jack Garrison. Mrs. guests enjoying the luncheon

friends. Miss Anderson is a mem- Eliza Southern' in Dublin. Ga. Alma Anderson Fred Gray. W. J. Bowden. which followed the sessions.

ber of Simpson Methodist Church Mrss Yopp is a member of ML Mack Moore. Sam Moore. Leo Davidson
"Florida .
and a member of Les Regalettes Vernon Baptist Church. and Isaac Hawkins. Starphotos.
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Social Club. .

Mrs. Essie Jones Williams of

Miss Julia Mae Hill of 1938 W. 1135 W. 9th SL, has as her house --------- ---
20th SL, left the city Friday for
guests her mother Mrs. Arthur L
Youngstown, Ohio to visit her Randolph of Fitzgerald, Ga. and Young Ladies ChosenTo Delener'sClubWill Recital l To Feature I' 'ROCK 'N ROLL" TALENT Ken Knight will M. C the event .

uncle Oscar Hill. Miss Hill is a Music School 1 and on stage accompaniment of
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and RepresentJaxIn Pupils 'CONTEST OPENS AT
the acts will be provided by
member of Zion Hope Baptist Mrs. C. C. Jones, and son Irwinof I
Church. Tennis TourneyJunior Celebrate ROOSEVELT THEATREThe Frank Legree and his combo.
Englishtown, N. J. The Baker's Music students will

be presented in a recital on July I! Audience applause will deter-

Miss Elinor Dingle New York members of the Eureka 30 at 8 p. m. in the Vanck Chapel i gigantic 15-week "ROCK "N mine the winners each week for

City is in the city visiting her Mrs. Isabella Weaver continuesill Lavilla Tennis Club selected to Anniversary AME Zion Church on Ninth SL I ROLL TALENT CONTEST" with 12 weeks, and in the semi-finals
in the Mt. Ararat Sanitarium.
during the 13th and 14th weeks.
brother and sister-in-law Mr. and represent Jacksonville in the Junior just off Myrtle Avenue.
cash
Members and friends visit i prizes totalling $1,000 was
Mrs. Dolphus Silas at 715 Van may .National Tennis Professional judges will be on
Champion Educational awards
will be < :
I set to get underway at 9
her. p. m.
The De'lener's Club will observe hand on the Grand Finals
night
Buren SL
in Durham
N.
ships C., July 23- given to the winners in the con- Friday night July 20th
( ,
on stageat
celebration Oct. 26th, to determine the
a birthday
28 will be Susie i op Sundayin big
Dorothy Frazier test and music in dramatics will the Roosevelt Theatre.
Mrs. Mamie C. Smith is recuperating Charles' Timmons is convalescing Scott and Willie Lou Johnson. I, the Central CME Church witha be, featured by the students. Popularson money winners.

in her home at 2805 Davis in his home at 1402 Grothe SL, Accompanying the group will program.M. Cheryl Culbert, Joanne Stubbs,i Grand Prize winners will also

St. She is a member of ML Ararat Apt D'after being confined in be Frank Chatman, YPG supervisor B. Smith will act as masterof Lillian Taylor Ceeile George Ethel Culver Henry Taylor, receive recording contracts.

Baptist Church.Mr. Brewster HospitaL He is a mem- and Miss Pearl Chatman, ceremonies and musical nUmbers Odessa George, Edna Raybon Mary Mealer, Mary Sneed, Estella Entry blanks are available at

ber of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church chaperone. will be presented by Choir 2 Grace Sanderson, Rhonda Baker Green, Novel Gaffney, Paula Matthews box offices of the' Roosevelt

and Mrs. Eli Wright df 1040 and serves as a member of the of Grant Memorial'AME Church Roy Mays Thomasina Bland Annette Smith Doris Strand or Slcyview, or from"Ken --

Franklin SW: left-the city recentlyto : Deacon* .Board- ,Members and a group from Stanton- High Frank Cooper, Nathaniel Wesley Mosely and Elizabeth McCoy will Knight at his office at Ashley* and

visit relatives in Camden N J., friends may visit'him. FRATERNAL NOTES School, Choir of Central CME Carmen Adams, Qwendolyn Jack-I I be the students participating. Jefferson.

New York City Philadelphia, Church, Inez Johnson, Shiloh
Pa. They will be the guests of Willie Robertson is convalescing Baptist Church and others. Mrs. ---
in his home at 3291 Old SL Au. Pallbearers Lodge 20 will meet
Mrs. Lillian Dove, sister of Mrs. Christine Frazier will introducethe
Wright gustine Road. He is a member of Monday night July 23 at 7:30 p. 'master of ceremonies Dorothy

Prince Hall Masons 105. m. in the ML Lila Baptist Church Wallace will bring greetings and
2nd and Jefferson Sts.
Al Leroy of 2408 Lantana Ave.is corner Mrs. Evelyn Freeman will rendera

ill in the Duval Medical Center Miss Christine Gallon of Mon- reading. Others to participate on

following an accident. ticello is in the city visiting rela- the program will be the Rev. O. R.

tives and friends. Miss Gallon is Mrs. Eliza Tutson, Jackson, W. Scott Mrs. Maybell -
Y'
t Cynthia Coibln. granddaughterof a member of Philadelphia AME Installs OfficersOf Taylor Mrs. Serena Tolbert, M. L. Y 54 AM )

Mrs. Mary Herrien of 1033 Church In Mbnticello. Cooper and Mrs. Rosa Lanier. s F _

Odessa SL. is spending her vacation Bethany Group Clubs of the city invited to at- a
with her father and step- Mrs. Loraine Pleas and childrenof tend as special guests include the' ,: S s .

mother Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cor- SL Louis, Mo. are in the city Officers were installed for the Glendale Club, Mountaineers __ t, ;

bin in Offord. Ohio. visiting their aunt Mrs. Ella Mitchell semi-annual term by Mrs. Eliza Club Friendly Sewing Circle, / _

of 909 Albert Street futson, supreme president of Civic Social Club, Ultra Modern S M;

Willie Carswell Lantana Council I, Sons and Daughters of Club. Pallbearer's No. 216 and

Ave, continues ill in the Duval Cherly Kirkland has returnedto Bethany in the American Legion Foster Booster's Club. ri ri'P

Medical Center. Mr. Carswell is the city after spending her va Home, 1530 Davis Street recently. Seven deceased members of the \

a member of Choir 2 of Day cation in Dothan, Ala.. with rela Deborah Daniels was elected club will be honored on"this occa- -

Spring Baptist Church. tives. Cheryl accompanied by president; Emma McIntyre vice-
her grandmother. Mrs. Ethel sion.Officers qri
president; Edith Milner past pres- of the club are Mrs. :M. '
Mrs. Mattye Golden, a memberof Crimer. ident Ruth Parker guardian
; ; t.t
L. Cooper, president; N. M. Cal- t
Day Spring Baptist Church is Maude I
Grant parliamentarian; Christine
houn, vice-president; to'
recuperating in her home at 1531 L. B. Hightower is ill in the I Estelle Thomas,' sunshine treasurer financial secretary Rosa "
Frazier ;
Louisiana St. Veterans Hospital in Lake City., and Jesse Kennedy marshall.
Mack, treasurer; Willie Lee
Mr. Hightower is a member of
Mrs. Hattie Jackson, Mrs. D. Gundy recording secretary; Min- a
Mrs. Liza Mae McClain of Philadelphia Day Spring Baptist Church.
Home, Mrs. Arie Redfield and nie Cindy local treasurer and J.vi-u-
is in the
Pa. city visiting
Mrs. Estelle Thomas were initi- Willie Scott, chaplain.CaIeHdareents.
Mrs. Emma Watkins Elder C M. Edward: of 3502 S
her mother ated recently.A _____
and other relatives at 1362 W. 2Sth Japonica RxL, returned to the city

St. Mrs. McClain will be in the recently from Commerce Ga.. committee was appointed to .
m a k e arrangements for the a a
her uncle and
city for two weeks where she visited "
aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams.Mrs. Tranksgiving observanCE( sche-
duled for Sept 9. Council committee -
Mrs. Marie Davis continues ill A silver tea will be given by
in her home at 204 Lincoln CL Minnie Way of Miami sis 6 will make a special calL senior choir 1 of the ML Calvary

Mrs. Davis is a member of 'DaySpring ter of Mrs. Esther Milton of 2345 Church on July 29 at 4:30 p. min S.

Baptist Church. Woodland. SL, spent her vacationin the homeof Mr. and Mrs T. : _.

the city and High Springs, Wedding Bells A. Singleton 2303 Jeanette SL .

Mrs. Edith Dasher formerly oi visiting relatives and friends. .

Applications for Marriage ; 1 [__ _
Licenses Engagement

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get AnnouncedThe

Richard Norris, 741 Tyler SL,

PRICES age 52 and Annie Hill, 741 Tyler announcement of the en- This vet day. ', S

LOW : St.. age 36. gagement of Lena Anderson, .

Thos. Molt 823 Nadia Lane age daughter of Mrs. Sallie Fields to

On Your 18 and Ethel Dorsey 2415 E. Lin- Harry Simmons, Jr., son of Mr.
Godcfroy's Lariense Hair Coloring You can depend upon Code* t
coln Court age 46.\ arid Simmons Sr. of
Mrs. Harry ,
i make hair as lovely Larieuse the famous brand
can your froy's
DRUG STORE NEEDS Cornell Flournoy.' 1339 Grun- this city has been announced. as you wish it could be... gives in the red box. known ap
thal SL 31 and Bessie M.
age The wedding will be an event of youthful color lo gray hair...adds proved, for more than 50 years.
Scott 1339 Grunthal SL, age 22. color to drab
glowing new
of the brideelect's Get it at favorite cosmetic
July 26 in the home your
Trade With Your Neighborhood; Drug Store James W. Scott 1631 Van Bu- colorless hair..starts you look counter lib very day '< .
ren SL, age 37 and Beulah Brown, grandmother. MrsLena ing younger lovelier... this tery "

We Will Meet Any Prices, Advertised 1205 E SL, Brunswick, Ga, age George, 2139 Woodside. d.']. In 18 flattering shades.n. '

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spa: !r. tsq, y prtr l'' i7 ,
I In Your Local, .Papers Toney L. Gilbert 922 Madison

SL, age .42 and Jessie P. Brooks,

1040 W. Duval SL, age 33. O1 justs

WOODS DIXIE .'PHA1MACY RobL ,Lester. 1148 Kings Road, '

age 31 and Hattie M. Collins, 1410 ry ,p"r s

1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE ,AVENUE Windle SL, age %1.. '. EasY ) 4SieP1
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PHONES a J-3W-9 Levi Brown 1111 Spearing SL, _
We Deliver We X/. Fill AI'Doctors'' Pmcrietiea age.23 and.Laura M. Floyd 1103 _

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE Spearing SL, age 30. ..ft Slwapoo tn..,mt.Aa'r. G iMrvoflWy.4tr."i .w 2..verse.....1..h.Pr C.Lrroe c.M&.rfr r:> .$*..'Ah.r. ..M.PM uIer'b M..+ 4"tt--N-.
Johnnie J. Ford, 5324 BuncheDr. ...._ 4 recteL d.l.d lot....... ,.r lot your ,..-*. otyIe.v .
AT OUR. STORE M M1 : _
BILLS? ,'age 32,and Margaret Collier. .
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f. .. Church Of God In Christ Will Observe Women's Day July 22 ,



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I Nellie Siallings Is Chairman 1 Voters Group Discuss Plans For Meeting Apostolic Church Grant Memorial

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\ Assisted. By Women Of The Church !rT II : t4rc Slates SessionsA Steward Board

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Mrs. Nellie Stallings will serve as general chairman for the AnniversaryThe
two-day session will be held
Women's Day observance Sunday in the Church of God in Christ,
July 22-23 at the Apostolic Churchof
;- located on Moncrief and 24th Street, of which the Elder W. F. God in Christ and' Cooper's 62nd anniversary of the

Faust is pastor. Mrs. Polly Thomas and Mrs. Carrie Knight will Academy.The Senior Steward Board of Grant

t serve as cochairmen.The Memorial AME Church will be
east-side group will be led state superintendent. Sister observed August 1927.
E. Holts will preside duringthe
by Mrs. Carrie Smith and Mrs. Solomon Small, chairman of the
Heel Sunday School session on July
Mary Way; Mrs. Hazel Pope and Siale- board has invited the various
22 and the lesson will be reviewed
Mrs. G. McClendon the west side; ministers of the city to participateon
the the Rev. M. C.
by pastor
r, Mrs. Celestine Faust and Mrs! Opens August 29Dr. Cooper. the program.

Annie Thomas, the north side and The Rev A. B. Coleman. pastorof

,.;:- Mrs.M. L. Hankin and Mrs. Laura Elder G. W. Lindenwill deliver the Shiloh Baptist Church, will

Shepherd, the south side. C. S. Williams has an- the sermon at 12 p. m. and the be in charge of the service on

Mrs. Josephine Curtis is in nounced that the annual State-Tr missionaries will be in charge of August 7 following the class and

charge of decorations and assistedby meeting at Edward Waters College the program at 3:30 p. m. MotherM. prayer meeting in the interest of

Mrs. Gladys Smith. will be held August2931. Harriel. Sister D. Cooper and the board.

.The program committee in- Registration will begin on Aug. 4 : Sister Anna Shepherd will give

cludes Mrs. Eunice Johnson,Mrs. 28 and the work of the institute brief remarks. West Union BastistsSet

Valerie Callahan,Mrs.Trudie Mc- start in the afternoon of August VJ.4L The Rev. B. W. Williams will

Griff; finance committee, Mrs. N. 29. e give a Bible lesson at 11 a. m. on For Women's DayThe

L. Bell Mrs. Ethel Lee and Mrs. St. Paul AME Church has the Monday. Rev. Williams is a great
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Pauline Bright. meeting place for the opening teacher a product of Florida Nor- women of the West Union

The Rev. Mrs. Inez Johnson service at 10 a. m., August 29. mal College moderator of the Baptist Church will celebrate Wo-

pastor of the Bowden Memorial The keynote message will .be de- Emanuel Baptist Association and men's Day on Sunday.

Methodist Church will deliver the livered by the RL Rev. p. Ward pastor of the greater Mt. Bethel A district pew rally will be

morning sermon. 'Service. beginsat Nichols, presiding bishop of the -- Baptist Church. given at 3 p. In. District captainswill

11:30 a.'m. lithe Episcopal District.Dr. GOOD CITIZENS-Her* are some of our good citizens-Negro. men and :women of the Jacksonville The school board of trustees be Mrs. Julia Mack, district

bars: Ruby McCoy will serve as A. Chester Clark, secretaryof community who are taking an active part in community affairs. They are members of the North- will meet at 4 p. m. at which time! 1; Mrs. Oria Patterson district 2;

f Mistress of ceremonies at 3:30: p. Missions of the AME Churchis side Voters League Inc. who met this week to discuss plans for a special meeting to be held August Bishop. W. Hendon. president Mrs. Ella Elton district 3; Mrs.

m. for the program on which Mrs. scheduled to deliver the addressfor 20. Seated are William Malone and Mrs. Ollie Bell Todd. Standing are Mrs. T.: S_ Williams and of the board will make remarks at Bertha McCoy, district 4; Mrs.

Gladys Stubbs Alice Carter, the the noonday service on August Her. N. B. Williams. "Florida Star" photo. the conclusion of the program.. Sallie Hampton district 5; Mrs.
Mills the Ethel Smith district 6; Mrs. Katie
Hines Sisters Mary ,
30.On The students of the summer
Brown Babies Mrs.Alice Boston August 31, Bishop H. T. Downer, district 7; Mrs. Callie

1 Mrs.Maggie Overstreet and others Primm of the 10th Episcopal District Ministers Oi Various Local Churches 'I Sheffield Baptist gram school at class 8 p. m.will present a pro- Jackson district 8; Mrs. Cooper

will appear. will preach in the noonday district 9; Mrs. Viola Roundtree

Mrs. Bertha Flowers from the service. Will Participate In Observance Sets ObservanceOf district 10; Mrs. Blondell Doctor

Church of God in Unity will de- State-Tri officials met Sunday "Hour Of Charms"To district 11; district 12 Mrs. Yettie

liver the message at 7:30 p. m. with Bishop Nichols to make arrangements Bell; district 13, Mrs. Mozell

Mrs. Norma Bell wil Iserve as for the meeting The The various ministers of the city will join in celebrating "Loyalty Women's'DayThe Be PresentedAt Smith and district 14, Mrs. Maud

r pastor for the day, Mrs. Pauline Bishop is leaving for Europe to Week" at Shiloh Baptist Church of which the Rev. A. B. Coleman is Grant MemorialThe Denton.

Bright is publicity chairman.. attend the United Churches Coun- pastor-beginning July 2329. Mrs. Luella Cummings is gen-
The Rev. William Hill of the Sweetfield Baptist Church eral chairman and Mrs. Ruth
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ciLDr.. Williams' headquarters will Mt. Calvary Baptist Church will will observe "Women's Day" "Hour of Charms, an an- Solomon co-chairman. Program
I CAPTAINS DRIVEIN nual event Choir I 3
presented by
! build- throughout Sunday.Mrs. chairman for the Sunday School
be located in Lee Seminary have charge of the service on July
Church NotesThe ing beginning next week. 23. Accompanying Rev. Hill will : PROGRESS AT Renelda Jenkins has been of the Grant Memorial AME will be Miss Evelyn Bodison
will be
invited to serveas Church presented on July morning worship, Mrs. Lillian C.
be the congregation of his church. MT. TABORRep guest superintendent -
29 at 8:30 in the auditoriumof
p. m. _.
Bell afternoon service Miss Leila
at the Sunday School ; ,
On 24 the Rev. C. A.
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July
male chorus of the Abyssinia Elder Cecil Eaves choir and hour and a group of visiting the church.A Rich and evening worship, Mrs.
Weaver, his ushers rts on the 7hirty Captain -
Baptist Church will rehearseon musical and literary programhas Rosie .
teachers. Mrs. Victoria Farrell Stephens.The
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Attending FuneralOf congregation from the Day Spring Drive" now in progress in the Mt.
in the
Saturday at 7:30 p. m. will review the lesson. I been arranged with some of Sunday School will meet at
Baptist Church will conduct the Tabor Baptist Church)_ will be
church. BrotherinlawElder the leading artists of the city par- 9:30 a.m.., morning worship, 11a.
service.The theme will be"Loyalty made on Sunday.The Mrs.Theo. Oree will deliver the I
ticipating. m., training union 5 and
a learner of a disciple of drive is on for the purposeof 11 a. m. message and will bejyre p. m.
Auxiliary Board. 3 of St. Paul Cecil Eaves, pastor of the Christ. purchasing an organ for the sented by Mrs. L. Mims. I evening worship at 6:30: p. m.
Saints of
Church of God and
AME Church will sponsor a carnation in- Christ left the city recently to attend The Rev. J. C. Sams will con church and. every officer and Miss Veneta Mazeke will be the I Clark Thomas Club
night Macedonia
contest Saturday the funeral of his brother in duct the service on July 25. members is asked to give their speaker at the 3 p. m. hour of I BaptistsTo

t the home of Mr. and 22nd Mrs.St.Freddie law, George Wilson and to visit On July 26 the Rev. W. L. full support. worship. Usher board 2 of Little! Will Meet July 22 Observe Men's Day

Williams, 1419 W. his oldest sister,. Mrs. Gertrude Jones choirs ushers and membersof Choir' 3 and the junior choir Rock and Sweetfield will serve. :

The Forerunners .Club of the Wilson of Philadelphia, Pa., who the First 'Corinth Baptist will furnish music for the day Mrs. Virginia Mack has been The Clark Thomas Club of Mt. The men of Macedonia Baptist
Olive Church will
hold
'. Second Baptist Church district: isilLOn .Church will conduct the service."YouthIopalty'forChrist" chosen to speak for the group on. Baptist Church of which the Rev. J. C.
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.-' : :will',meet"Dda7"at '4 p. In. In :his return trip he will visit will 'GAEENDAREVENTS: the program at,7 p.fn. Mrs.>AmyBrown their the'home next'brMr'ancr meeting July 22nd. in Rogers _is pastor will .observe
Mrs-Moee *
the home of Mrs. Louise McFad- his daughter, Susianna, his son- be the theme used by the Rev. and Mrs. Marie Patterson' Men t s Day*on July'29. -

den 709 W. Beaver StreeL in-law, Joseph Anderson Jr., and Hill Norris of the St. Mathew will"preside.. Selections by*the I Bryant 913 Florida Avenue. Cooper Jackson has been selected -

their children, Debra and Con- Baptist Church on July 27 and on choir, congregational hymns 'and The Club's last meeting was as chairman for the occasion.

stance. The Andersons reside in July 29 the theme, "The Chris- a duet by Mrs. Rosa Lee Jackson held 'on July 8, in the home of. Samuel Bryant and Richard King

.Matthew W. GilbertAlui Washington D. C. tian's Loyalty to the Church." Music lovers will hear Madam and Mrs. Eloise Freeman will be Mrs. Eva Graham at 1026 Jessie co-chairmen and Louis Adams,
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Edna Gollmon Cooke of Washington the muskaI'portion. planned for Street. Mrs. Florence Knight, chairiman of the program committee. -

Mi Calls MeetThe D. Cn Suwannee Quintet of this occasion., president and Rev. A. A. Redfield, -

Baptist Ministers Mt. Vernon Baptist Augusta, Georgia and the Singing The Rev. G. W. Phillips is min- pastor. EuGene J. Butler principal of
Matthew W. Gilbert High
Will Meet Monday Sons on July 29 in the Elks audi- ister of the church. Matthew. Gilbert will be the
School Alumni Association will Slates Men's Day
torium, ,,,712 W. Duval Street.A speaker at 11 a. m. service.A .
meet Sunday at 5 p m. in the I Pallbearers Slate
Rev. H. H, Robinson, president backward wedding will be
auditorium of the school. Annual Men's Day will be observed
of the Baptist Ministers Brother- trip to Hilliard sponsored by ST. JOHNSMAN Anniversary Event presented on July 23 in ,the inter-
The president is urging all grad at Mt. Vernon Baptist
hood of Duval and adjacent counties Inez Chapter 90, OES will be est of the men's day celebration.
uates of the school to be present. Church Sunday July 22, 1956 with HELD FOR MURDERSt.
will meet Monday, July 23,i Sunday School beginning at 9:45a. given on July 27. Members of Pallbearer's 216
at the Bethel Baptist Church. I Buses will leave from the will celebrate their first anniver-
m. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Augustine Elbert Sales, SegregalionistsOrganize
Rev. Hill Norris will previewthe Masonic Temple at 7 a. m. and
Evening worship at 7 p. m. 40, railroad worker was charged sary on Sunday at 3 p. In. in the

H.m' $ :t ojy y OJJ Sunday School lesson and The Rev. Fred Richardson of: from 24th and- Myrtle, Avenue at with murder of Mrs. Lucile Ed- St. Mathew Baptist Church on the
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Rev. Phillips will give the 'order 7:30 a. m.Friends eastside of which the Rev. S. GroupDaytona
CAr*.' : of the day. Rev. G. W. Millet is are invited to attend. Gadson is pastor.
be the morning speaker and Rev. quarrel with her about money,
IN the president. Samuel Felder: pastor of Camp according to police. The principal speaker will be Beach Temporary

bell Chapel AME Church, Bald- MUSICAL PROGRAM Sales admitted fatally shootingthe the Rev. W. R. Robinson grand chairman of a citizens committeefor
FLORIDA STAR
I 1'COMfOItAlLlJI- win, Fla., will be the evening WILL FEATURE woman and is being held' president, and Choir 2 and Usher preservation of segregation of

A: IN EVERY ,speaker. Deacon Grover llagan withoutbond.. Board 2 of the church will serve. the races was given to Robert

s serves as general chairman for the SINGING ANGELSA An interesting program is planned Palmer in a meeting here. More

COlORED.tiOMElEARN occasion assisted by Brother Mil- I according to an announce- than 175 persons attended the
rd like to riftIM.FREE deo...* Junior Usher Boa'relSlates meeting.The .
Uoa of thw* rcnarfcabfe ahoee ia your ton White. ,Guest teachers will i musical program'will be presented ment from the Rev. G. W. Miller, group
toms office or (tor*. They carry the president of the committee is patterned after
Good Heoaakaapiiat Gacraatae SaaL.Imapna .' come from various churches of on Sunday at 3 p. m. by Anniversary 1-14.... group.
wa1kJaca t.prtirn aB day. TO DRIVE the city. II the Singing Angels in the St. The public is invited. one established in Flagler Countytwo
lone M foaatyaoft Air Coahioa taa <-
months and leaders said
rnlia Uk "walking ea afa"l Clionaa TM Quickest.*. Tk. Easiest Mark 'Baptist Church. The program ago
from WMT 1'10.art, practical dnat. The twenty-second anniversaryof that it will seek to maintain segregation -
was originally scheduled
apart work aU* atjUa far aadonaiia. Way T. Lear for
mum .
.AmuiAlIUP"aixa.widtba In Armed Services Sunday night. the junior usher board of 'the VARIETY: PROGRAMTO of the races here and in
help y a ct afartabia At. I Second Baptist Church will be
AJAXDRIVING all lawful
-- d--.or Fa outlying areas by
nomfcally psi toU M ttorta. Other services scheduled for BE PRESENTEDBY
FREB duaonatratiiw contact m..year: observed on Monday at S p. m. in means.
avthonwd Mam Shoe c-I..wt SCHOOL Sunday will be Sunday School at
f the auditorium of the church. James Brett and Thomas Whit-
JUNIOR WOMENActivities ,
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10 a. m, 11 a. n. morning worshipand
TOMMY! HARPER i! CALL EL 44)639) a message from the Rev. T. Mrs. Eddie Brown will deliverthe taker, law students at the University -

George Perpena Neal 5:30 main address for the occasion. in the SL Thomas of Florida were guest speakers. -
426 West Union Street assistant pastor, p. m. Arthur McFadden and Linda Pet- .
I 1134 W. ,5th Street BTU and 7 p m. evening worship.GETTIN6UPNiGHTS Baptist Church on Sunday will
Jacksonville Florida erson will be among other partici-
include
a variety program by the
pants on the program. junior women after the fellowshiphour. DAYTIME-AND EVENINGSTV .
Visiting boards of the city havebeen
SERVICE )
invited attend the event. CALLS $ .00
.. : It worried 7"'Bla44er WeatDeA"[aitcb Other programs scheduled will
; 11P!lJchta (too frequm&. I STEVENS TV
?= is COMING VrmeJ be a hundred.,dollar tea on July
J.OOKWHO Iq wmatloDt or 8&nq.a FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE
due to common 1tJdJIe7 nn- PATRONIZE 29 by the senior mission.
taUoDl.&r7 anrru tic Qlee.rraW7U1LDOIII.forUnj Call EL 6-0894
be1D.A bmsoa cmJTKX Men's' Day will be observed
wad la part is yean prora aafrty M4aaeoea Florida Star Guaranteed Week
OM ."t''". 'world's greatest me* ., Religious Ceasaltiai Advising. *. lk tfrwnlrt: tor cram radar August 19..
..... Mttoticttoojor*aoey-Ucfc gwaaiao. i
Bishop HiM CM help you ia nay way with your success, AdvertisersCHAMPION'S
aad ether" 'rehleftts Highways af Rie........._ Maay hove bought hornet- ,'
automobiles, started beak accounts sod .here had daily success as : RITI THEATREFriday
well as SPECIAL week sad blessiags. If others hare failed you. Get .

the' lack you Meed sow by ntthiag_0 Utter,with say desire you need.

Many Mad their. Regions, Moat,Lava ... atkar problems ta MS with and Saturday July 20th21stDON

doaatiea far spatial success of $10.00 ..d $15.00 sad receive our Mid Summer Specials REDD BARRY
Bible. Verses (Blessed t. help like Ma k). Also wa peed to each "TULSA KID" ,
passes who write our Cross or Blessed Cola wkkh helps to briaa special -
week end help. Hear as broadcasting aver Mr. Kea Knight's ,
program let.. "help yea .. wa hove helped. thousands here and ----- Nylon Stretch Sox 3 for $1.00 "HOUSEAOF WAX" :
there. to Wr hi ,We. There are HO problems too difficult for site. SR Alton J. _
Wells son of Mr. .*
Address all letters eM donations. to and Mrs. Odom Wells of 2616 S. S. Sport Shirts $1.39 or 3 for $4.00 Sunday, Monday, Tuesday JuI122n -23 d-24th

Phlox Street, has completed nine FIRST RUNROMAN'S

IISHOP R. HIKES weeks of recruit training in ,the Dress Slacks ., '_. ... ... .. $3.98 PRISON"AND '

U. S. Navaf Training Center, ,SIZES 2BS0FREE ALTERATIONS'. ,.. _

1204 Burgen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Letters Bainbridge, Md. and is now Ivy ,League;Pants'..-: .. .. !... : $3.98 IRETURN OF JACK SLADE"Wednesday f
spending his 14-day leave with his "
-.' WITH anT AND BUCKLE .
Seed Telegrams ta 2137th 7th Ave., NYC Phone UN 4-8125 parents prior to reporting to and Thursday July 25th-26th :

SEE US IN JACKSONVILLE AT RECSTA"Brooklyn, N. Y. for Use Our, Layaway Plan $1.00 Deposit HUMPHREY"BOCART

FFTUSSD Mondhead CAE I9) for "WE'RT NO ANGELS"

1111 Cleveland, July 24th and 25th,,,- EL 6-9193 duty. :'.3 X : t 125 West -Street Phone EL 4-1118 AND :\
,
Bay -
Airman Wells is a former student "BULL DOG DRUMMOND ESCAPES"

at Stanton High School. ,

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July; 21, 1956 THE fLOfUDA STAR
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I ... '; Vets Dependents Compensatio Bill Okayed **



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Senate PassesCompensation #1 ."..... -.j". : Minister- Gets Citation ..." .0.; J Salesmen Entertain At Beach *

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Bill For VetsWASHINGTONA I I **


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compromisebill 7C

revanmping the system of *

compensation payments to survivors -

of servicemen passed the rPT

Senate and has been sent to the :
PresidentThe /Waoau

measure would increase

Veterans' Administration pay-

ments to dependents of service-

men who' die on active duty.

Widows now receiving $87 a *

month in Veterans' Administration -

compensation for service
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connected death of a husband A tip of the Pepsi Cap to

would get $122 to $266 a month these. outstanding y.usg
Vmerlcams. who make our
depending on the husband's 'military roiintry and our ronunuaitya

earnings. The higher rates better- plate la which to cite.

would be based for the first time *

on the husband's rank rather than
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a flat rate for all from private to

generaL n YVM Y "Ie

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All servicemen would be put "', *
under the Social Security System '. .: :'_

and would pay for part of their :-.,:. ,,:..a. / ... ':. it.Qi\"' ': *
Social Security credits, as civil- :: y : '.: *
RECEIVES HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD : .>i... .,
ian workers now do. For outstandingrnOLICING IN .FLORIDA-This of visitors
group to American .
Do away with the $10,000 free leadership which has advanced human and civil rights in Bronx ,Beach were guests of the Duval County Retail Merchants and '.. > :i' *

life insurance or'indenmity which County was the subject of a recent NAACP award (seen on the Salesman Association which held its second annual outing; for its -' *

was set up for servicemen during table) which was presented Rev. Dr. George L. Payne pastor of the members and friends. ..-'

the Korean War. Victory Baptist Church in that city. Left to right are Fred* Richardson of Chattanooga. Tenn.: Mrs. \. *

The bill would take effect Jan- Shown seated in the Grand Ballroom of Hotel Concourse Plaza ....' ..t'r Ethel Spears local representative for Borden's Milk Products; Mrs. -\it if

uary I, 1957. Persons now receiving with Dr. Payne is his wife. Mrs. Lenora Lawson Payne former Mabel Flakier native Jaxon in the city for a visit: and Fred Edwards I : -

VA compensation would have Jacksonville civic and business leader. of Washington. D. C. It\ : a' *
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their choice of remaining under -- __._:. -_. :_: *_
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the present system or going under at home and then followed her to Charge northerners ,
a small where she No In National R.\SSIE ROYAL *
grocery ran Parks
the new one if they are eligible. D.iscrimnalion! t .
away from him. Later, Ford was Backing Rights Bill Ii : D sc xSx lames Weldon School Johnson *

Clearwater Man with criticized the young by Floyd woman.for arguing To Win Negro Votes I II Service Chief Assures Vacationers :i i Pepsi.Cola this energetic dealers young applaud *

I man who serves as a
The two men exchanged blows *
member of Student Council
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after which Floyd walked away. WASHINGTON-Rep. Thomas Washington, D.C.- Negroes traveling through or contemplating in school. He is also a
Draws ConvictionCLEARWATER Ford is said to have entered a'' Abernethy said northerners were spending vacations in the National Parks will find there is no discrimination Club member which of the helps Personality prepare *

beer garden to telephone police publicly backing President Eisen- in any facility where meals or lodging are offered. It ture.better citIzens of the fu- *

31-year old after he was threatened by Floyd hower's civil rights bill "to curry was revealed today "by Ben F. Dickson, Chief, Management of Con- *
who was waiting for him inside cessions, National Park Service United States Department of the
man Willie C. Ford was found favor with the Negro vote of the ,
guilty of second degree murder in and who pulled the trigger of a northern cities". He said the. Interior. | ** *

a St. Petersburg tavern slaying of pistol which misfired and in a measure would get no more than Dickson was asked about alleged *

Murray Floyd, 50, by a Circuit scuffle for the pistol it went off. 50 votes if balloting were secret discrimination in the Shen-I Overcomes Blindness
andoah National *
Park by AndrewF.
Court jury.A I He also charged that most Jackson, Editor and Publisher, Wins Scholarship r"
second degree conviction car.
cries a 20-year-life sentence. Fraternal l NotesAll northerners supporting a pending "Go-Guide To Pleasant Motoring.

There were indications' thatFord's civil rights bill refuse to mingle and was assured that "every facil- TALLAHASSEE Vernon M. *
ity in the National Park Systemis Lee, a 1956 graduate of Florida A *
court appointed attorney Masons, Eastern Stars Heroines socially withe their three Negro
open to all persons regardless of and M University with\ a degreein
will file an appeal for anew trial of Jericho and Daughtersof House colleagues.He *
race, and if you ever hear of any- political science was recently
during the four-day lapse between Isis are asked to attend the
an-
conviction and leveled the charge of northern -, thing contrary to this policy, we I notified by Dr. William H. Hale, *
sentencing.The niversary celebration of Myrtle
welcome the disclosure and willdo .Director of Educational.Activities' COMMENCDMENTSPEAXER-
hypocrisy the House de j .
-- fatal shooting startedoe" me-1 P a bated the'explosfve'as ltrrghtsmeasure vgjUitirg bad'correct'1*.___ of tHe.AJph f Phi fAJf>h*'Fraternity ,*.LalM> M. FCMIMV f x..ieI.a. of rt-
1tb"V.lllest: i l n the a e p BaptISt The 1956 edition of Jackson'sbook Inc., that he had been awarded Tuskegee Institute. will be the
fied that Ford had threatened her Church, 45th and Moncrief. for the second day. a $400 fellowship to do graduate commencement speaker at Florida *
contains a complete list of
A and M University on August
work in his major field. *
facilities and prices in all of the AJAMES
Lee, a native of Fort Pierce, 11. The announcement was
National Parks. "Go-Guide To _.
Pleasant Motoring" is distributedfree and who has been blind for almost made by Dr. George W. Gore. Jr" KINSEY-

half of his 27' was graduated"with President of Florida A and M Uni New Stanton Senior
as'a public service through years High School
versity. The exercises will be held Kinser adds dignity to the
GAS RANGE SALE distinction" during the June
selected dealers of the AmericanOil school patrol when it is
in Lee Auditorium at 7 m. Dr.
Company in Connecticut New 4 commencement ceremonies. p. represented: at anytime.
Foster received the bachelor of He is Master Sargeant
Jersey,Pennsylvania, Ohio, Mary- the patrol and a member
science degrees from Virginia of the 10A-12 class. He
land Delaware The District of *
serves actively in the
State College and Hampton Institute -
Columbia Virginia, West Vir- Florida Baptists church and. community.
the master of business administration *
ginia, North and South Carolina,
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Florence Gas Ranges Georgia and Florida. from Harvard University * *
: Urge SegregationLAKELANDAt ,and the master of arts and

Champions In SportsA doctor of philosophy from the *

preview' of winners in the University of Chicago.
Olympic in a meeting of *
forth-coming games
1NO Melbourne Australia features the the Florida State Baptist Associa- *
DOWN
MONEY
Fifth Anniversary Edition of "Go- tion made up of 62, independent
churches not affiliated with the .*
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Guide To Pleasant Motoring. The Justice Peace t
University of Pittsburgh's stellar Southern Baptist Convention, a ,+ *

half miler Arnie Sowell Tennessee resolution was adopted urging the stett,
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24 MONTHS TO PAY *
State's ,speed queens Mae preservation of segregation in Suit StudiedCircuit f <

Faggs and Isabel Daniels are churches, public schools and social ,. aA 4. +f Y w *

featured along with their records. entertainment."The *
white and colored .Claude ....
The brilliant record of the races Judge Ogilvie i'
at DuYdl at Duval" !
"Buy Pay 1T ...
were both progressing satisfactory after hearing statements from attorneys "
NCAA basketball champions, the ? .. ...... ..'. *
20 Models To Choose FromFREE the S. has under "X
fabulous San Francisco Dons, with before U. Supreme Court's advisement a .71 .

Bill Russell and K. C. Jones; 1955 ruling on segregation", the reso- decision in a suit involving the *
Dodgers lution said. It added that it is status of all five justices of the
World Champions Brooklyn THEODORE NORMAN *
and best for man's interest "that he peace districts in Duval County. James Weldon Johnson s"
Banksof
i ; Gene Baker Ernie School
stay segregated into his own Justice Sarah Bryan represented *
the Chicago Cubs; the Milwaukee Jorman has shown an increasing -
Braves' Bill Bruton and kind". "We go on record as not by Frank Cannon, asked for a interest in Journalism *
.. and is actively engaged -
I Cleveland Indians' big gun Al hating the Negro but feel that he declaratory decree saying the laspa.a writer: in the *
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has had the to : He is a
gospel preached
Commission violated the orthe
1. Smith occupy favored positionsin County member 10th grade '
m the 1956 edition. him and that he is capable of Florida Constitution when it setup well-liked and the student youngster council.he A is *

Edited with the Negro travelerin .operating his own schools and the districts in. 1949. an added contribution to
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churches at this time". his school, church and
mind, "Go-Guide To Pleasant This was opposed by other justices community

HAM Motoring" is designed to assure !' and five constables represented *

him of first class accommodations James Alford CrawfordIs by Walter Arnold. .* *

wherever he goes in the United I' Justc ieof the Peace Sarah ..
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:: States, Canada. Alaska and Mex- Freed Of ChargesIn Bryan filed the suit shortly after

;: a INSTALLATIONAnd ico. The listed hotels, motels and Car Accident Case she was defeated in her bid for reelection Congratulations from Pepsi
Cola to these three Merit
resorts have been carefully by Ernest D. Jackson, Award wi."ers

DELIVERY screened for cleanliness, wholesome James Albert Crawford, of 1344 local Negro attorney.GETTING .
.* Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
and inviting, atmosphere, .
West Sixth Street, who was arrested CoU
salutations .a Pepsi
With Each Range Sold I friendliness of employees and in connection with the hit- TEES-TIME' WRHC 1400
management available services
dial Saturday 10 -
run case involving a 6yearoldchild on your
7 < and reasonable prices. Each place who was struck on Spring- UP HOT 11 A.M.

is adequately described so that I : It *< Weakness" (Getting
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field Boulevard, has beer. releasedof p-L&a or Bed Weulnf. too ir.t .-
prospective guests know exactly all qUIet, burning or Kcblng 1IrtAaUae) or
charges. t SnteUlD,.Cloud Urine due to
Strong *
Priced what to expect, and the prices A continuation of a hearing was; coa mjo Kidney and B>a3der Irrr.ttoni.
try CYSTKX for quick help 90 TPUM
$13995HIGHEST charged. "Guests: are admonished I dismissed when no one showed up i prove wet, for young tai oil 1-. drnfflst *
I far C7STEX: coder mOD"e't part -
throughout the book to always
to appear against him. antee. See how UM you impress.i "*
TRADE-IN 'Froln secure confirmed reservations in

ALLOWANCES advance something that most Negroes -i i r *

AND TRADE .are loathe to do-, and therefore *

suffer needless, disappointment -! $25,000 UK IV A llREALKILL

said .Jackson who heads '

Andrew F. JacksonAssociates..I I

918 F. St, N. W.. 'Washington 4, S

Duval Appliance: Co. D. C.I f

I. As medium of travel sport Pepsi Cola
convention and historic informa-
Dt l of
I rs
> -4' tion for Negro motorists, "Go-
CORNER STATE AND PEARL PHONE EL 6-2493 Guide To Pleasant Motoring" is J.clu.arllkseUWwIltte

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Sotirdoy July 21. 1965




,: News Of :Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida.






Putnam County NewsBY "Florida Star" Agent 1 I'Department_ Of Defense Cites Dr. James C. Evans,I Boy Scouts Camp


E. J. VHEEN ; -- : i..p Will Open MondayCamp
808 Madiun Street Palafka Florida

Phone East 5-3025 f t I '

I n > Coacoochee will open

A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK = Monday for the scouts annual encampment
h ,. and will provide two
Tim is'the sand of life_and when we waste a grain and wishto h
camping 23-29:!
penods-July and
gain il back we can but wish in vain, Tain Tain.
July 30-August 5.

The cost of camp per scout for
: Last week Miss Thomacena Green who is at Dr.
a receptionist .-: each week is $10. Scouts who wishto
W. M. H. Higgins Jr. D.D.s. office' was the very happy recipient of register for more than one

the invitation Jol>e the guest of the Florida. Star to the movies. She week-may do so and reservations

was accompanied by her sister. .. I
I > may be made by depositing $2 the

This week we are very happyto balance paid on or before arrivalat

extend an invitation to ,a very Mrs. Eliza Knight was\' a very x M 1 camp.

fine young man who lives with pleasant visitor in Savannah last 1J Arrangements have been made

f his parents. He is a graduate of week visiting relatives. J by the Health and Safety Com-

Central Academy High School, : '
; h.: mittee to have every camper receive
class of '54. He also attended a medical check-up by a

FAMU last year. This young,man MadisonFAMILY .ay Y qualified physician free of charge

is a member of the Calvary Bap- t upon arrival at camp.

tist Church ind is very popular.I REUNION The program will include swim-

hope Miss "Y"* in Jacksonvilleand .. ming life saving nature
Madison A family reunion study,
Miss **C in Baldwin see this. was held by Mrs.; Shellie Mahue ..----'"-"" first aid trail trips rope work,
Dai I need'to'say more*I am sure SERVES SOUTHSIDE Wil-
pioneering Pests fires
honoring her son and daughterinlaw song camp ,
j.she knows this invitation is for of Detroit, Michigan. Mr. and liam Toombs. well-known South j talent night stunt night advancement

him. If he will contact me J.will Mrs. Willie Thomas.Mr. eider is rounding out a year of and scout games.

give him two passes to the-movies. : and Mrs. John Thomas; Mr association with the "Florid I Camp directors will be M. L.

;- and Mrs. N. Thomas and children Star. He serves as the Soulhsid Rudd. District Scout Executive;

? Mr. James Jenkins and his Mrs. Alberta Brown and Miss De- representative supplying the pub Ralph Stewart Jr., waterfront director .

daughter Mrs Ruby Lee Allen left lores Thomas were others in at- lication each Friday and Saturday ________n__ _nn,____ _____ n ___ ____" __ "' and John Bradford, Jr.,
Friday on their return trip home tendance. to Southside residents who keep! waterfront director. The directors

din Philadelphia after a short visit John and Isiah Thomas and abreast of the news of importanceto Dr. James C. Evans Civilian Assistant tor the Assistant Secretary of Defense and Vice Presidentof will be assisted by four lifeguardswho

here with relatives and friends. others motored to Valdosta, Ga. colored by reading the "Florid the Afro-American Life Insurance Company was recently cited for "his outstanding contribution to are holders of the Boy Scout
the Departmentof, Defense" together with a $300.00 award from Assistant Secretary Carter L. Burgessat
recently to attend the quarterly Star life saving merit badge. Activities
Corporal and Mrs. C. A. Parrish meeting of the Primitive Baptist Persons wishing to secure copiesof The Pentagon. Washington.. D. C. directors will be Herbert Hughesand

have returned to their home in Church. the "Star" may call Mr.Toomb A graduate of M. .T., he also received the Done Miller Foundation Award in 1953 for his workin Clifford Norton; counselors,

*New York-city after a very pleas- at FL 9.1271 and he ,will deliver improving,the morale and performance of Negro citizens serving,in the Armed Forces. Maxie Coleman A. D. Maxey L.

*ant visit with Mrs. Louise Evans the paper to the door at no extra From left,are: John L. Fallon. Executive Officer; Stephen S. Jackson. Assistant General Counsel; C. Prison Bruce Seldon Edgar

the grandmother of Mrs. Parrish. -Orange Park charge. Major General;John B. Murphy USA Deputy Assistant Secretary: Honorable Carter L. Burgess Assis- Alston, John Porter, James Mon-

4, tant Secretary of Defense: Dr. Evans: Rear Admiral J. M. WilL USN. Director of Personnel Policy: and roe, Fredrick Jordan Joseph Hol-

4. Miss Jeanette Johnson of Lake- Presiding Eider B. J. Williamsof Tampon Sentenced John Fanning Director of Domestic Programs. zendorf, Johnny Sapp and James
land was the week-end guest of Anderson.
the North Jacksonville District
her grandmother Mrs. Evans. For Rape AttemptTampa
will conduct the third quarterly

... conference on Sunday at 3 p. m. Northern District Union St. James FAMU DORMITORIES tation period will begin the following -

Mrs. Corene Ellis and Mrs. Flos- in the St. James AME Church. Lebbie Williams, 22, TALLAHASSEE Dormitorieswill day and continue through

"*sie Belton left Sunday for Talla- All boards are asked to make was sentenced to 15 years by open for freshmen entering Sunday, Sept. 23.

thissee, where they are attendingthe complete reports.CONTRACT Criminal Court Judge Grayson for Association Heels In Yulee July 25.29 Florida A&M University this fall Dormitories will open for upper-

FAMU beauty culture schooL the alleged attempt rape a 40- on Friday morning, Sept. 14 at 9 classmen on Wednesday, Sept. 19.

Both ladies are popular beauticians LET FOR A&M year-old woman. 9 o'clock. Classes will meet for the first

of,the.city. BUILDING Williams, according to County The traditional freshman orien- time on Monday, September 24.
YULEE The Northern District Union Auxiliary of the Union
Solicitor Parham, admitted throw-
Mr. Rufus Williams of Miamiwas St: James Association will meet July 25-29 in the First Baptist
ing the woman down In an alley
TALLAHASSEE-The Cabinet Church. The Rev. D. V. Singletary is host pastor.
the week-end guest of his
with the intention of raping her.
mother Mrs. Bessie. Dudley. i awarded a contract for $171,471 P. J. Small and Peter I
The woman was beaten and Williams -
Ruscon Construction Company of conduct the devotional I Washington.

Misses Doretha Hardy, Bettie, Jacksonville for erection of a sec- other woman supposedly interrupted fled after him an-police 8 p. m. on July 25. I! The Rev. H. S. Sneed is ministerof JOHNNY SHAW ,
unit to the student union
James and Ellinor Belton attended ond said. A program featuring + the church.

the S. S. and BTU conventionlast building at Florida A and M Uni- ,Baptist Choir, Mrs. ,

week in St. Augustine. The: versity recently. Miss Christine I /

the Mt. Tabor The first unit of the student Pearl Mrs. Rubie
trio represented WOBS Jackson MiddleburgMiddleburg AND
First.Bu>ti*| C hchrJLissEartha. union building is nearing com son, Mae. Genlite, 'Miss I
]itidr.r!.*...mtl+vm .tedyAjum'Bcptist pletlon4 nd ab upented ilto N ljracasuiisiaiciernbre:" Mccrn ; '
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Louisiana Senators Vote To Ban All Interracial Sports '- Most _mil. I


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Must Get Governor's SignatureBATON ,:,.:j.cP.: L: t BALTIMORE. Bob Boyd, the : Will Sponsor North-South Contests

slugging first baseman of the Bal- I I
; .1.' timore Orioles who is now on the The fourth annual Florida Interscholastic -::

ROUGE, La.-The Louisiana Senate, in its last meeting ; injured list, swore out a-warrant Athletic Associationwill CramMing Gets

voted unanimously in the final passage of the bill banning interracial ; ;., i last week charging his brother sponsor the North and South I I
Semi or AU Star basketball and School Ace-
athletics a? well as social events in the state. with stealing $460 from his home. High
r's Boyd said the money was stolen football games August 2-3. I

The bill would prohibit "danc- : ., ., I by his brother James 33, while The basketball game will beplayed ,
ing social functions entertainments son. A majority of Texas League LI 1 ,,.'' ,the injured Boyd was undergoing on August 2 at Jones High I GRAMBLING, La. (Special) -
athletic teams use Negro players. Howard Willis
and
training, games, School in Orlando and the foot- Charles
treatment for his sore elbow at
sports or contests in which the This segregation bill must re- Memorial Stadium. _. ball game will be played August "Zeke" Love, two of the area's

participants or contestants are turn to the house for concurrencein : I'* '3 most sought after high school
at the Municipal Stadium in
.,. He said his brother, who lives
members of the white and Negro a senate amendment before Deland. cagers, have signed grant-in-aid
*' Gov. Earl for his I|in Detroit, later sent him "a tele-
races. going to Long 0,1 basketball scholarships to attend
I gram from Pittsburgh.Police later Nick Minis, basketball coach of

The measure further requires signature. '_- .i_ sent out a pick up order for the Lincoln High School, Tallahasseeand Grambling College.

segregated seating and "separate [brother's arrest., Rip Collins of Campbell St. Both are All-Staters with more

sanitary drinking water and I High, Daytona, head coach of the than enough all-around versatilityto

other facilities for members of Olympics Eyed football squad will head the attract the general approval of

the white and Negro races." Indi f- U. of Missouri northern division. Tiger cage fans.

cations were the measure could Athletes I -'s'' ? Ii I For the southern division, the Love scored 854 points in 35

force cancellation of LSlFs home-, By Has On Schedule i head basketball coach is Arthur games in leading Ringgold to the

and-home series with Wisconsin; I McAfee of Jones High School, Or- North Louisiana LIAA champion

in 1957 and 1958. CRAWFORDVILLE, Ind. I lando, and the head football coachis ship.The

The measure also would affect Rafer Johnson of UCLA heads the I P-- [ 2 Mixed Games'I Theodore Primus of Dilliard six-six forward is a highly

field of Games Decathlon High School Ft. Lauderdale. stylized individual who plays a
the Sugar Bowl athletic programin Olympic I ,

New Orleans where a Negro aspirants and among the list are __ JEFFERSON CITY Mo. Coach I On July 29 at 5 p. m. all playersand both tenacious boards.and tireless game under

played last Jan. 2 for Pittsburghin such stars as Milt Campbell of San coaches of the north and
Dwight T. Reed director of ath-
the football game against Diego Navy and Aubrey Lewis of I i south divisions have been called Willis a spindly six-seven center -
letics
at Lincoln of
University
Georgia Tech. Notre Dame.The games were held i I'Missouri to report. The north squad will has been Arkansas' most out
has announced three
meet Euclid School De- standing performer the past two
at Wabash College at Crawford- at High in
Loyola University of NeW Or- i interracial football games as a
land and the south will seasons.
leans has ended in its ville. of squad
segregation part their schedule for next He
meet at Jones School in Or- scored 789 points as a senior
field house and scheduled Johnson is ranked as the No. 1 High
top
fall.The lando. moves well has court savvy and
in the world in these
performer
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basketball teams, including those three colleges are Augustana handles the ball aroundthe
Coach James Smalls be skillfully
several 10 grueling events. The big 6-1 w can
with Negro players for College pf South Dakota in a
one-man team of UCLA has already 'homecoming reached by all boys desiring to pivot"BIG
seasons. game, Sterling College -
landed a berth on the ;1<, participate at New Stanton High
The bill was assembled in com- of Kansas and Northern '
broad School, 1149 W. 13th St BOB" HILL
Olympic team as a jumper.
mittee to delay its effect until ,, State of Aberdeen South Dakota.
Campbell, former Indiana track : I CALLED TO
Oct 15 to permit the Shreveport Included on the nine game schedule REPORTTO
and grid star, placed second in the -- j
baseball team in the Texas Lea- I GETS EXPERT ASSISTANCE -Georgia Clark a Florida A and are Arkansas State A.M.&N.j BALTIMOREJACKSON
alternate in the 110 meters hur-
gue to complete? the present sea- M University coed from Fort Lauderdale. receives some expert advice (Pine Bluff, Ark.); Langston Lions Aggie Football

dles.Aubrey Lewis Dame's I. in the art of marble shooting from Walter Brooks. New Jersey state (Oklahoma); Kentucky iFrank- Miss. Robert
Notre
hard luck kid, who hit the last champion and quarter finalist in the national meet which was held fort, Ky.); Texas Southern Schedule Ready "Big Bob" Hill former Jackson

Change For Caroline hurdle in the Olympic 400meterssemifinals in Tallahassee recently. Looking on is,James Newbon (left) of Bloom- (Frankfort, Texas); Tennessee State College backfield star, has

and failed to qualifyis I ington. Indiana the Indiana champ and James Thorn of Tallahassee State (Nashville). been ordered by Donald S. Kel-
GREENSBORO N.
The
candidate. Lewis I the Florida champion. (A and M staff photo by C. J. Smith III) C. lett, president of the Baltimore
CHICAGO It has been an- another top
A&T face
Texas College Aggies a tough,
second in this event in League Swap Colts professional football team
pounced by the Chicago Bears finished nine-game football schedule in the
professional football team that the 1954 and he's also the NCAA 400' coming campaign. The slate in- to report for training at once. The

plans are to use J. C. Caroline, the meters hurdles champ. DALLAS Texas There is a cludes foes, members of Colts will train at Western Mary-
SRORJINCJXUP-! possibility that,Shreveport of the seven top land College, Westminster,.,Md. _
ex-University of Illinois backfield Johnson the pride and joy of ; its'own conference, the CIAA and .aapp1"QximateJy .
"'..... 4 1 .., at Texas League'and Jute Rock of I' 30 miles northwest "
two others which
stead of an offensive halfback. It world mark of 7887 points with an the Southern Association may prominently in the always national figure ratings of Baltimore. The players will

was in this role in which Caroline amazing output of 7983 points andis BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON swap cities because of the recent I I in Negro football. live in Maclea Hall.
expected to-top this on his I Louisiana laws dealing with inter- Six pre-season contests are
wayto
Bill Bell director of athletics at
formerly starred, the National AAU title. I ROY CAMPANELLA the iron- Duquesne University has signeda racial sports. slated by the Colts beginning with

man catcher of the Brooklyn Dodger -, contract to play with the Rochester There is a ban already in the the college, has finally eliminatedall intra-squad scrimmage August 6.
"breathers" from the schedule
had an X-ray taken of his Royals of the National Southern Association on Negroesand The Colts open a 12-game confer-

Stop pain of piles BROOKS LAWRENCE right thumb to determine whether 'I'Basketball Association. Green was the teams in the Texas Lea- in.a ten-year effort to pit his ence schedule Sept. 30 against the

he had a chipped bone. Roy bat one of the most talked of players gue have Negroes on their rosters. Aggies against the better-aggre- Chicago Bears. Hill, in the mean-

homeor PITCHING WINNERS ting only .213 blamed the swollen I in collegiate circles starred at gations. time, is working out daily in accordance -
today at Final worked
thumb for his baiting slump. ;Duquesne for three -years, and ium, but because of an over- arrangements were with a schedule mailedto

back! CINCINNATI Brooks Law- FRANK ROBINSON the ex- during that time he hung three crowded football !schedule the out this week for the opener, him by the Colts official and is
money intersectional
rence, the war-horse of the pitch- Columbia outfielder and now the records. His 44 points in one game, was shifted. I an scrap, against confidence apparently that he will
In doctor's tests, amazing new game Central State of Wilber-
Stainless Puzo Instantly relieved ing staff of the Cincinnati Reds sensational rookie of the Cincin- 622 points for a season and 1,605 FLOYD PATTERSON will not, College stick with the Colts.Piltsburgh.

Tdirsf external torture relief!16 GaTe medically-proved internal and and the pitcher the St.Louis Car- nati Reds, was the only Negro for three years was tops at the be ready for Archie Moore, in September -: force under, the Ohio lights to be September played here 15.

ingredients Including Trtolyte, relieve dinals disposed of because they voted to an All-Star berth in the Pittsburgh schooL because of the hand injuryhe on

pain.itching ttulantlyReduce thought he was all washed up, starting line-up for the All-Star JIM PENbLETON. finally reported sustained in his fight: with' The series against the Ohioans, Signs
swelling.J Promote healing.Yon alt. which began back in 1947, has
walk tn comfort I Only stainless, hurled his 12th straight when he game that was won by the Na- to the Wichita, Kan. club Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson. Gus
pile remedy. Stainless Puzo Suppositories came on in relief this week to tional League 73. Baseball fans after refusing to report. He was: d'Amato, manager of Patterson been an "in and out" affair since Negro PlayersMOBILE
or Ointment at druggists. its The failed to
..2'-- _/ Gr*.. Ls6N./ '". pitch a 5-2 win over his old teammates throughout the South Atlantic optioned' the Wichita club on'a' laughed off the statement made beginning. games
materialize in 1949 1953 and 1955.
,
0P0I- .wd s. p.itwia. the Cardinals:! League can well remember Robinson. 24-hour recall by the Milwaukee by Moore and declared his fighter
The five out of the Ala. Two
Aggies won Negro
In winning this victory, Law- Braves. Pendleton the infielder- would be ready for the September
six engagements.Other have been signed to 3.
I players
rence allowed only one hit in the BROOKS LAWRENCE con- outfielder was optioned to the bout*between the two fighters.

WATCH THIS CLOWN last four innings as he beat'"Vini-' sidered all washed up by the St. American Association team whenhe Surgery was not necessary to get home games include: minor league contract by the
West State alsoa and both of
Virginia College, Pittsburgh Pirates
ger B end" :Mizell in a beautiful Louis Cardinals is now the Na- was sent there to make room the hand in shape.
night affair on the next week- them will report to Clifton. Iowaa
16 21-3 pitchers dueL The Cincinnati Reds tional League's leading pitcher for Felix Mantilla. When he refused HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSONhas
end, September 22; Morgan State Pirate Class D club next Spring.
have been in and out of first place with :an 11-0 record, was one of to report, he. was suspendedby been a standout with the Kan-
163-12-747 College (homecoming), October 27 They were signed from sandlot
during the season and much of Manager Walt Alston's pitching the Braves but from reports, sas City Athletics since joiningthe
and Virginia State College (High baseball where they are currently
the credit is due to the pitching' selections for the All-Star game. Pendleton thought it better tq report team near the beginning of
School Senior Day) November 10. playing.
6 7 of Brooks Lawrence. Lawrence has played a large partin i than be suspended. the 1955 season. This year. Simpson -I
The road games include; Virginia The two players are James Stafford -
the league standing of the Cincinnati EDWARD MURRAY the little is credited with almost caning ,-
2 tUJ -4 at Rich- Jr. 19.
Union University 21 and Hodge Sigler, ,
Reds with his masterful All-American speed
160-pound the Athletics single-handedly
I mond, September 29; MarylandState Stafford is a lefthanded hitting
1 9 1 1 pitching performances. merchant from Grambling College because of his big booming bat.I
College, at Princess Anne, centerfielder and Sigler is a right-
EZZARD CHARLES the ex- gained 1,299 yards and scored 92 Harry is currently batting .305.
I Oct. 13; Winston-Salem Teachers handed hitting, catcher.
124-14 258 heavyweight prizefighter displayed his dazzling PAIGE
champion points. Murray OLD SATCH just keeps
I I College, October 20; Florida A&M
'
51-42-5 and the man who refuses speed in the Orange Blossom rolling along with the Miami Mar-
University at Tallahassee Nov.
Gillette to quit the ring after several defeats Classic against the Rattlers' lins. He continues to pile up victories -I 3 and North Carolina College at tNGI WM NAI.

S ..ti... l+.'. ., is now seeking a bout with from Florida A & M last Decem and.above all he keeps 'em Durham (Thanksgiving Classic). HURTING YOU

SMMtimes ..'. dewa Super-Speed R AZOR Archie Moore. Tve whipped: ber.WILLIE pilling into the p rk..Whenever he! November 22. Immtdial* .

He .J4., subtractsHe Archie three times-knocked him MAYS. the "Say Hey 1 is scheduled to pitch, the fans MM,11
.... WITH $WE BLADE N.., i
werks it all .4 ,
DISPENStR AMD out once," said Charles as he pre- Kid" of the New York Giants has! flood the park.. A fw Jne**f OUTGRO brief blM. .4.
PATRONIZE ..., d* *
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for his bout with 24yearold the baseball world to wonderIng -: CLOWNS ..ri er
$T W C pared set THE INDIANAPOLIS ovtoso"': : s .m.a.
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36-54-7 I $10e0STRAND Washington. Tom Tannas man- to the fellow who set the National I barnstorming tour will take them ,i iI il Ie aniIaWe..JI

ager of Charles was just as en- League afire just one season back.: into two major league parks. They

thusiastic about a bout with Bill Rigney. manager of the :will play in Crosley Field, Cincinnati -

Moore said: "After we win this Giants said he had high hopes for I and Forbes Field, Pitts- l

next fight and beat Floyd Patterson Mays just a week ago. but he. burgh. I 'JL

"BACKLASH" we should deserve a crack at !seemed to have slipped down the WHEN THE CHICAGO BEARS

Moored (Charles lost to McMurray -!ladder. Willie has just lost his, and CHICAGO CARDINALSmeet I 4H
'jibl0maticDtink
WIDMARK last week.) for the present. Bowl August -
SUN. THRU SAT. ,RICHARD I'touch in the Gator on >
JULY 22-23 PLUS: FIRST JAX SHOWING Of"LADYKILLERS" t ARCHIE MOORE heads the CHARLES (Chuck) DUMAS.' 18, football Jans will again

I field in both the heavyweight and la 19-year-old Negro ,of Compton i i have an opportunit to see some (

Sensptional Gangster Comedy light-heary divisions according to;j Junior College set a new world i''of the nation's top football per- ,

the latest ratings given out by i record in the high jump in the j formers. Among the players will 'NO LIQUOR TASTE...

ROOSEVELT SKYVIEW Ring Magazine. Floyd Patterson's J finals of the U. S. Olympic trials 'be the great Ollie Matson. Dare NO LIQUOR ftXEATHI

victory ever Tommy (Hurricane) when he cleared the 7-foot bar-j'Mann. Bobby Watkins and many

s... T..... July 12-24 SUM. T.... J.ly 22-24 Jackson sent Patterson io the second rier. Chuck the -foot 1% inch ethers who haTe made gridiron C

"DAY THE WORLD ENDED"Plus FROM .. MAN WITH THE spot.dropped Jackson to third athlete was credited with a 7-foot, history. Added to the list of performers r w. t

10,000: "PHANTOM LEAGUES" GOLDEN ARM-, and Big Bob Baker to fourth. and 1/2 inch jump. His leap was i! who,will be seen in action

Plus: UIIT ONE" SAM JETHRO. despite his the third world record set in the will be J.C. Caroline. who sot his

Wei. -"KILLER Ttwrs. -8AJT"July 25-26 WIN $230 KITE CASHMONDAY years, can still pound that ball I Olympic trials held in Los Ange football start at A. L. Lewis Jun-

Liz Scott ,- Dan Duna with the best in the business. His les. Compton Junior College is ior High School. Jacksonville Fla. ii,0

Aid: "HIS HARLEM WIFE" Wed. Tit.,.. J. y 25-2 batting is keeping the Toronto noted for its fine athletes and
All Nr. Cf .4r "KILLERS ALL" hot .
Mample Leafs alive in the sportsmanship training.
Starring M..ta. Plus: "WOMAN ACCUSIY.fri. International League race. A few II SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY will For EYE GLASSES I 1721.&ELSKA8The

27-28 J. 272S"SHEPHERD Jethro hit two home scheduled grid Cell er Sea Since
Fri. Sat. July Sat. ly days ago play its game

Audi Marpliy"CIMARRON J... W.,.. runs in one game to win for the against Texas'Southern in Galves- JACK ANDERSON Y World's Most Honored Vodka

1TDIA., 11AIUY"T.leet KID"Plan "BOYS OF PRISON"SERIAL HILLS"Pkitr Leafs. 11 ton instead of Houston. The game 30f W. Fortyth TO RETIRED PK EL. 3-1750 OR

Coolest ,ti. 9 P. M- AND CARTOON SIHUGO GREEN the All- between the two schools is usually CATERING. WORKING PEOPLE I U *nd. 100 Proof.Had Ira Crab. ky tMsky ft CIo CoeitTwOU.Md,u.s.A.

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BY JAY>JAY
.*;. Baby ifs hot outside. Last week we. were complaining of ihi. to Tie the youngest mentorto
ri Band wishing for the "California dew" to stop coming down and win the honor of coaching the -

t.. this'week we are sending up pleas to "01 Sol" to please- please,stop] All-Stars. U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALE r
beaming down so long and hard. Well no matter how hard he tries. Ethel Spears tells us she is mak-

weatherman. can't please ereryone. ing plans to leave our fair city in This it
Biggest happening during the week was the special "SneaJ the somewhat near future. We U.S. ROYAL Air Ride i i IS
;'Previe %t the Strand Theatre. Featured in the movie was the< thought for a moment we had lost the genuine, worldfamousU.
*, famous British actor Alec Guineas in "Lady Killer". The picture Ethel when we saw last Saturday ___._____ S. Royal( quality tire
opens at the Strand Sunday. A very good double feature is playing afternoon's paper. After making a BLACKWAU. $WHITEWALLS
at the Skyview this week-end. The epic story of a Negro boy quick check we were too, too 65 419Slse O
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in the _slums of. New York, "The Quiet One" and "The Man With happy to find out that the ,dear
The Golden Arm" fill the bill The management of the Rit girl was still 'with 'us. This 'tune
Theatre has opened the Ritz GrilL The new eatery features shon she tells us she is really planningto 6.70/1* | Sixo 6.7015SIZE *

orders and the like. move to other climes, C.M1C8.7S1J PRICE$1X95 SIZE.7./15'i PRICE$17.25 __

The reason Marge Burke is aU smiles is because her: hubby is Elmore Davis is up and about 7.1S/1S I 17.45 1S.CS 710/15. I 21.ce IS.40

home from the wars for a spelL Marge has completed her work even though he has to use a cane. IM/li s.N/1S: 1 :JZ1.2* I i 7.M/15 tM/15 ;i 23.75 28.15 -
at Jones and is now at Ann's Beauty Parlor on State Street. For several weeks "Crack" has All prices plus tax _
Dr. Nelson Spaulding has beat all of the boys to the draw. beenbothered with a bad ankle. and your recappable tire
Nelson is the first man of color In town to own a Thunderbird" The recent double loss of the ALSO AVAILABLE IN TUBELESS

Yep-the bright yellow job with the spare tire in the rear belongs Yanks to Detroit probably gave U
to the doctor. You should have heard Otis "Moneybags" Speighti him a setback. i: U.S. Royal 8' ALL NEW
groan 'wMn he saw it because he had intended to sneak inand
Arthur "Peas" Simmons is no the tire selected
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buy one. longer a sportsman. He is contentto Easiest Credit I for finest new 1956 cars -
business made this week. Clifford .
Two young men good moves TUBELESS
let Puzi down with
Sirmons of White Swan Cleaners out Kings Road and Spires way Harry go Terms In Town I S 95 '
the Yankees alone. Peas is now,
just purchased the entire building he occupies. In addition to his a tycoon and has just returned' $1945 21Six. 56 Rambler
place, Lilly's Drugs and another place of business are in the build- from a vacation.
ing. We may be wrong but we think that this is the top purchaseof CHEV. PLYM. FORD 6.70/15 I Sixe 6.70/15
business property made by a Jason of color as an individual in Pearl Douglas has joined the BRAKES RELINED SIZE B. W.W. W B. W. W. W. Newest Smartest Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
list of vacationers. Pearl is spending C.7t/15$19 45 523.251 $21J5 $205 ,
a long time. He surprised his wife with the keys to the buildingin 7.1S/15 2175 26.60 24.25 25i3Riveted
her days relaxing on 12th St. Lining / 23.75 2945, 2C.C 32.COM6e -
a unique ceremony Monday night. SJM/15 26.10 J1-S5J : 34.25 KING-SIZE INSIDE! RAMBLER-SIZE OUTSIDE!
The Broad Street Bakery, long a fixture on the corner Church Labor and MaterialSpecial .% /I5 27.20 33.30 30.7 37.*

and Broad has closed and in its place will be Andrew's Fruit Market DemocratsContinued I $12 95 All prices plus tax
At Your NASH Dealer
and recappeble tire
in your
For some time Andrews has operated a stand specializing fancy
fruit next to Fashion Men's Shop on the other side of the street.
We are glad to see him expand and get a "choice" location.A ( from Page 1) CRISWELL TIRE CO. NASH OF JACKSONVILLE INC.
lady made business news this week also. Mildred Hamptonhas approved an amendment ,by Dies ,
been added to the staff of "Furniture Studios" located 'out writing Into the bill rules of fair Phone EL 6-0236 PHONE EL 5-2571 _

Arlington way. The fir mspecializes in interior .decorating and procedure under which the pro- STATE STREET, CORNER HOGAN
modem furniture. Mildred is a consultant and saleslady. Now is posed presidential commission 50PW. DUVAL. STREET, COR. CLAY STREET
the chance for all of you folk who want the latest to see the latest could operate.At -.. YOU'LL MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR 56
by giving Mrs. Hampton a ring. one point the administra
In the near future a new nite spot will open. Twill be veddy, tion-sponsored measure appeared
veddy exclusive and entrance will be by membership. We are re-' in such danger of extinction that
ferring to The Eldorado" know to us yokels as the "Shamrock" at Republican Leader Martin (Mass.)
the present time. It will be the"most" and will open around Labor took the floor and made a fervent

Day By the way the interior motif is being taken care of by plea to fellow Republicans not to FOR DELICIOUS DINNERS r SALE -
Mrs. Hampton.Nip vote with Southern Democrats to ..:?
Sams J. D. Brooks and all of the salesfolk are still talking kill the bilLMartin .
about Jhe beach outing the group gave at American Beach last warned the Republicansthey Fried Chicken Fried Shrimp : :

"week end. We understand that in addition to the Atlantic, a heck faced defeat in November if Trout Fish Steaks Pork Chops L. : 3" JALOUSIES
We took a quick they killed civil rights legislation.
of a lot more things kept rolling in and along <.
trip down to American and stopped by Bar-b-que: Bill Graham's I Martin was, speaking against a 1'
Honey Dripper. We were surprised to see the change which has motion by another Republican RIDE OUT TOCOTfON'S SAVE 100/0/
taken place. Formerly the spot was known to be sort of on the Rep. Miller (N. Y.) to kill the bill J'

"rough side". Bill has redecorated the interior ,and has added a 'by striking the enacting clause.. RESTAURANT

complete line of beverages and food. He and the madam are fine EXAMPLES

Oh yes you should see Bill in his Bermuda shorts. ROOMS & BAR-B-Q BARGAIN' BIN 35" x SQY& .................... $13.95
They tell us Johnny Howard is planning big things in the Rich ITEMS
mond Hotel Dining Room soon....We are waiting to see .. Han I DAILY OR WEEKLYAT (formerly the Cotton Club) 33" x 505/8 .................... $13:45:
you heard Yvonne Daniels on station WOBS? The 'lass has a topflight 10-35% OFF ,Incl. Glass, Screen Operators
REASONABLE PRICE
show. And fellows she looks as good as she sounds.. We also
understand JJiax a national magazine has Just done a feature on her; Write for Appointments Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road CHAPLIN-HOBSON Inc.
,'y'"" ; Wfclcl tw8 'ppar coon. From:mil Indications Vvonn Is iryin s 1'. B,..Looklfor..the"HeonJLi9ht. .._... 'Q PHONE FL 5-4031
her without capitalizing or Mi ""ce:' J .h-8t.li2.UJ.-nwl" .. .
"cane herself a niche in rtdlo on own Logan Little Shady RestFemaediae _' cBig ........ .
her famous dad. The success of the young lady is one of the reason UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
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leach, Florida
Bob Hudson is all smiles. Bob is her coach and adviser on radio
aifairs. We mean to stress thai it is strictly business. While on the George "Cotton" Smith, Prop.
subject of WOBS. listen a while and you will enjoy Jumping Johnny ,
Shaw'gin out with his guitar. He has a nice set of vocal pipes also
Rooms For Rent
Ken Knight the personable rotund Deejay from WRHC is still J. SavingsNew

oing strong with the Pepsi Teen Time. Ken is again serving as Small Furnished Room. $440 per i .
emcee of the National Theatre Enterprises giant Rock and Roll week. Large furnished room.

Talent Contest $640 per week. Single man or and Unredeemed
This Contest offers unlimited opportunities to boys and girls' couple preferred. Phone EL
with talent. Take the winner of the 1948 contest Earl Jackson. He 55094.
.is curently starring in the role of "Sporting Life" in George Gersh MEN'S SUITS
win's immortal Porgy and Bess. The group has just returned froma
highly successful tour of Europe and Russia. In addition to the Nil. Wanted
future advantages of the contest winners will receive a total of

$1000 in cash prizes, recording contracts and maybe a chance for MAID Middle age to live 01 Qur xcry: liberal'rrmnjji : $4 to $16.95
takes Friday night at > arc coinpounded' .
movie stardom. The first elimination place premises. Help care for invalid S '*$Nt S..
the Roosevelt and will continue for 15 weeks. The giant finale comes Phone EV 9-7898. cm Ise by IK.f .
Annually $.i Good On
on Buys
the Roosevelt Stage.
off on October 26 on t rVjf*
ABOUT TOWN: Elcee Lucas is commuting between Fernandina WOMEN Sew easy ready-cu in is the beach for a rest and Elcee
and Jacksonville. His madam on 4
house coats home. Earn from ch.iifi.rid if d Wpirvivtd erreot Radios CombinationsLOANS
shuttles back and forth at night Johnny Stewart is the possesorof $17.40 to $26.16 dozen. Write by the
hard working Job.BeUn. it or not the boy is laying bricks in
a
Accurate Style. Freeport. New ON ANYTHING OF VALUEWeaver's
the hot sun daily. York.
Willie Frank Cannon has returned from the academic wars.
Cannlon spent the past school year studying at the U. of Cincy. You Pawn Shop

should hear him tell of his trip home and of th _him while passing thru Tennessee On the subject of Tennessee, 742 West Ashley StreetHOUR
Helen King the lass from Knoxville made her journalistic debut WOMANHIGH

with an article in a local'magazine last week. TYPE .i Mr V 11mm- i'l
We hear that Alvin James has been on a ten day "vacation" and
Able to sell and alto quciifiea'; -
will return to duty this week. Frank Hampton's fingers are .mending -
to a pat oed help supervise.No .
and he hopes to be back in harness soon. For the curious, he -
.did not stick his hand in the mower exactly. You see he tried to'I Expense to Start ,_ _
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pick-up the-handle and did not know the blades extended as far' Phone Real Silk BranchFOR a. ;:

as' they.did. .
On the subject of law enforcement people in the Kings Road AN APPOINTMENT AT .
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Tyler Street section are up in arms. It seems as tho the local offi- EL- 44119UNFURNISHED }'<
cers can't stop.a crime wave in the area which has assumed major \\'CLEANERS!
proportions. We know one thing for sure-if the same had been

happening hi Riverside. or Springfield someone would have been i .

in jail by now.
In the near future one of the most important pieces of legisla- HOUSES
tion to come up in many years will be voted upon. The city of 574-608-610 Florence. -- Jnc -
Jacksonville is planning to vote'on"a mammoth sewerage and public
improvement bilL Only freeholders can vote. The vote of the Three small Houses with bath

Negro populace will probably be the balance of power as the whites conveniently located BACHELOR BUNDLES
seem almost evenly divided on the issues. We think every colored NEAR SHOPPING CENTER
citizen should study the bill carefully and find out all he can about AND BUS LINE
it' This corner thinks that we should support the bill mainly because I
Samuel C. Taylor 5 HOUR SERVICE
most of the improvements will have to be in colored neighbor-
hoods. However we should be wary of the mode of financing the 37 East Union Street

program'= Rose:: will Daniels use.has found. reason to end her self imposed h ber-' .' Phone EL 61152A Beautifully Laundered and Finished .

nation. She has imported her ""mainman" from Chicago and he is

spending a few days in Jacksonville. Rose is showing,him the town

and'is all smiles? Willie Lee Redding former Jason now livingin k: c :
Miami is here for! a few days. Willie reports the Jacksonville car for you. :iI41ntrktm
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colony in Miami are all fine. Just came today.At Here's a scene from THE QUIET MAN." story of a poor Negro J
of the Eureka Lavilla Tennis Club under the leadership prices right.
Members For to boy in New York. showing on Sunday through Tuesday at the Sky
Wilson making plans for. two big trips. you pay.
of Ernest Inky". are Y ew. Main feature of the fine film bill is "MAN WITH THE
On the 28th of July the Junior players will Journey to Durham. N. Armand Dufrene 911 West Ashley Street
C. to play in the National Junior meet On August 13 members of : GOLDEN ARM. striking story of.a dope addict starring Frank Sin:

the senior group'are planning to go to Nassau to play in the American The Honest Frenchman afro Kim Novak and Eleanor Parker. On Monday night. Skyriew 416 Main Street

Tennis Association Tournament.. .A series of social events are USED CARS patrons will enjoy Movie Sweepstakes with cash prize of 23000. t

being held to aid in raising money for the trips. The group is askingfor .

your support in: their endeavors. 1222 Main Street
On the sports scene, Jimmy Thompson of Matthew Gilbert will Registration Books Are Open PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"
Phone EL 4-3313
serve as coach'of the North.team in the.annual .All-Stal'High Football *
game which will take place August 3 in Deland. Jimmy is re- Time Goes f .st-Reg-ister Now! !r ,, -ADVERTISERS'e.



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