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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 4, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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Where C. H. Henry Keeps Woman Slashes Her Wrist

$50,000 Of Masons' Cash Two Jacksonville residents tried _unsuccessfully to v end ,their 't .;i' :: '. -- .-

lives hen this week in two separate attempts. |. < .
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By Staff Correspondent Union attempted to bring about I r :Z. ry
. The smoldering embers oi discontent which hare long been his death by swallowing "Drano", Bases ROB AgainBat 'j '_w :: ,. it V +

: burning in Florida masonic circles gives every indication of being a detergent with a high percentage .Y
on the verge of a big flare-up. of lye used for cutting dirt Few NegroesTALLAHASSEE 1iL
This week a group-'of Masons and debris from cluttered drain -

= known, as The: Crusaders" filed pipes.artraffecd"bg., .... --
\ ,suit In Circuit againrt,'Grand -.- ., .....,--. -I "
} Master" "1"'Tfdnry hd oher "He told police f' :Hampton. Virginia. and Clara Henry lovely tennis stylist from- jl.: >

officials who compose his "inner r that because of his affliction he honors at American Tennis Association's National Junior Tennis Tournament at Durham.. North
circle"calling for an accountingof felt he was "no" account" and A numberof Carolina. Above Durham insurance executive W. L..Cook left, chairman of ATA Junior Development I
Negroes were seen riding Tallahassee -
funds believed to be in excess wanted to die. In his despond- buses Program. and Moss H. Kendrix The Moss H. Kendrix Organization Washington. D. C,

of 100000. ency, he took 30.the "Drano" last was resumed Thursday after a month'ssuspension as service compliment winners following play' held on the campus of North Carolina College at Durham.
Monday July -
The plaintiffs who are masters
but car pools were
He was treated at Duval Medical
; of subordinate lodges are: Center where his conditionwas maintained for those who wishto Fi.! Pierce
Johnnie H. Goodson Washington not considered serious. continue a boycott protesting City Gov. Collins Adjourns
Lodge No. 386; A. J. Collins, Collins segregated seating.In .
Lodge No. 602; .JeSsie Lane SUICIDE ATTEMPT a surprise move the Cities Gets "Peace L"I' _
Temple Lodge No. 340; Edwin E. Transit-Co., assigned two Negro !
Another would-be suicide was .
White Fogis Lodge No. 25;. and drivers I Special Session
Miss Lillie Sconiers, 26, of 1030 to Negro routes. The Ne- !
H.; Y.: Brown Harmony LodgeNo. gro Inter-Civic Council which Fort Pierce- The Fort Pierce ,
West Church StreetInvestigating
1. officers sponsored the boycott had demanded -,City Commission has passed on!
Named as defendants with the had been Negro,drivers on Negro second and-final reading two so'I Tallahassee Gov. Leroy' Collins brought to an abrupt end
Grand Mastef Henry are: R. R. .young woman routes. called peace ordinances which the special legislative session which met primarily for the purpose*

; Williams Sr, Deputy Grand Master drinking.She said she discovered that However the council's demandfor had been held up at the requestof I of putting ,through bills io stall ,compliance with the Supreme

J ; Attrus,Fleming. Grand Senior her boyfriend was "deceitful" and integrated seating was turned a delegation of colored resi I Court ruling on school segregation.The .
Warden;P. A. Mitchell Grand decided to end her life by slash- down and passengers took seatson dents. They are'designed to cope infamous session was -
A. 'Gibbs the with the problems of segregation. closed after 10 days, during which
and basis
Secretary; Carey- her wrist. She also said same segregated as
ing left Husband Is Shol
time legislators seeJdng to deny
the started 28.
The complaining boycott May
she would do it again. One gives the merchant or
that officers of the The Rev. K. S. vice Negro citizens of their constitu-
the treated at Dupont
Miss Sconiers was other business man the right to
have been holding the Inter-Civic tional rights called for defianceof Ey Sick Wife
grand lodge Duval Medical Center and re- president choose his own customers refusing -
office unlawfully and illegally cil reported council members a- the Supreme Court and pro- .
leased but was arrested becauseof to serve or sell to any per ,
view of the fact that a state greed at a meeting Wednesday posed legislation to appropriate
her conductLegislators' son whom he might choose not to. A Jacksonville man who was
that -elective there will be !funds to investigate the National
charier provides night; na attempt to
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The other authorizes
police shot by his in both hips indicated
People. .wjfe -
Association of Colored
officers shall be elected by writ- GRAND MASTER HENRY prevent anyone from riding the in situation whereit .
move on any that his mate not
ten k lloL .4 under fire Kin buses but that car pools will be be evident that disturbance The governor's adjournment was
might any responsible for her act
that from 1950 to proclamation caught the House of
It is.charged kept in operation.Bus
and bonds which is or other breach of the : The victim of the shooting witha
mortgages Representatives in the midst of
the present date no written bal- rides were free to celebrate -
believed to be valued at $50,000. On State Par peace might be imminent or a red hot battle over an inter- .22 calibre revolver is Ira Lee
lot has been cast for any the first day of resumed
Carey A. Gibbs Grand Treasurer position resolution which' would Lunsford, 40, of 1025 Jackson
despite the objections of the service. It remained to be seen
plaintiffs.The does not keep or maintain Tallahassee The people of how many Negroes will use the latter ordinance apparentlyarose I have declared "all illegal encroachments Street. He said the shooting oc-
any record, books or accounts from a case in which police on the rights of curred at the hands of his wife
group declares that it can Florida are beginning to get some buses after fares go into effect I
showing the income, expenses or said three white two men I states null and void". Mrs. Rhoda Lee Lunsford while
show ,that "the grand lodge has information.as where some of the Friday. Carpool transportation is persons:
approximately 525 subordinate financial status of the Grand money it costs to hold a special free with expenses being met by and a woman were patrons of a Both houses were advised by he was undressing before goingto
Lodge, colored night'club.. Arrests were the by that bed in the bedroom of their
lodges consisting of 19.000 members legislative session goes. voluntary contributions to the governor message
t in good standing From P. A. Mitchell Grand Secretaryr The Tampa Tribune in 3 story council. made but after a lapse of'several I he was using his constitutional home.
does not keep or maintainany months the cases were ,dropped. to adjourn the Legisla- Lunsford, however, told police
each member and for each year under' the by-line of staff writer Charles Carter manager of the powers
from 1950 to and including 1956 minutes or records showing Tom Raker reports that Hills- transit firm said that the numberof I tunre when they were in disagreement that his wife has been emotion

the grand lodge has received $1.00as t the actions of the officers ot the borough County Rep.. Tom John- while rideri Thursday was about I I on adjourning.The ally upset and had been under
and for head tax and $2.00 I Grand Lodge with respect to the son had his wife, Mrs. Sarah L. double that previously.Bus I Senate tad been trying treatment from a local doctor. .
Woman Is Held I I He said that on the day of the
as. and for St John's Day tax. actions of the Grand Lodge. Johnson and another secretary operations were suspendeda for three days to go home after
The Grand Lodge'has received Charles H Henry, Grand Mas- carried on the legislative salary month ago after the Cities :speeding the governor's segregation shooting his wife had been given

sums of money as and for dispensations ter, who instead of turning the rolls at $12 per day during the Transit Co. found it impossibleto In Hans DeathMrs. I program and other emergency an injection by her attending
physician and added that he
registration fees, sales money over to the treasurer to special session just ended. operate on a paying basis I legislation to passage. Ad- was
of dues books, stationery, print be deposited to the account of the Johnson was the only Hills- without Negro patronage which '!journment had been blocked by making arrangements to place
her in the Memorial Unit ofthe
ing supplies, installation fees, Masonic, Benefit Association deposits borough legislator with two se- constituted about 60 per cent of Quennie Lee, 37 was:House forces who thought stronger .Medical Center.Funeral
special sums for salaries,eta* the it into air unknown accountto cretaries. the bus company's revenue be- jailed for homicide investigation' legislation was needed to head .. .
total amount of which Is unknown the plaintiffs.NEGRO Mrs.Johnson and Miss Minnie fore the boycott Thursday following the shootingof off integration,

.to plaintiffs., Herman were employed at John- Ross M c C]0 u d. 52, of 820 Collins said in his message it Home
The Grand' Lodge also owns son's orders, the house, administration Eaverson St. her common-law- was unfortunate that the two '

real property in Jacksonville, Du- DELEGATESTO and personnel office said CORRECTION husband. according to police re-. houses could not agree upon a Here :
val County, Florida one parcelof OPPOSE WHITES today. ports. time of adjournment The Senate Opened y
which is known as the-Masonle Committee Secretary A headline in the June 30 issue The had completed its work for some ,
Temple located at the corner! AT DEMO MEET Both drew $12 'per day. Mrs. of the '"Florida Star" for an victim. was shot in' the time and the House had com- Formal opening ceremonies r of'"'"
forehead by a .38 revolver at 2:15
of Broad and Djiyal Streets Jacksonville L I, Johnson served, as secretary to article read, "Jax Woman Shotin pleted Fall of its work except the Holmes and West Funeral -
Florida. and from such j Coluui bia. S. C. A, slate often the committee on public safety, of Argument". am Medical. Thursday Center and ah hour died in and the a consideration ofaresolutidn Home were.held recently at 2719 .
real property the Grand Lodge: colored delegates and alter- which Johnson was chairman. "The Star" wishes to correct which sponsors admitted would W. Edgewood Avenue in -Magnolia -
enjoys a substantial income there-i nates will oppose the seating of Miss Herman was Johnson's reg- the same. The headline should half later. I have no legal efficacy. The gov- Gardens.W. .

from, however the amount of: the state's Democratic Party delegates ular secretary, a position she has have read "Jax Man Shot ,in The woman said she and Me ernor said' under the circumstances P. Holmes, Sr, W. P.
said income for the years 1950- at the national convention held for several terms. Argument. Cloud argued throughout Wed- "I felt it was my dutyto Holmes, :JJ and AJphonso,West
1956 inclusive is unknown to the' August 13. Rep."James S. Moody, of Plant The complete article appearedas nesday and that he fired a shot the people .to use the, power are owners and managers. s4i_

.plaintiffs but is believed to be THe South Carolina Progressive City utilized one secretary, .Gail: follows: at her and missed on Wednesday they situation provided like this for ..governors and bring in the a The elder, Holmes,.Sr., U,operator 1
somewhere "between $10,000 and Democrats executive' committee Cheek at $12,per day while Rep. "Jax Woman Shot in Argument" night. After retiring McCloud is session to.a close." of the Brunswick Funeral

$20,000 per annum. The Grand Wednesday night picked a delegation Sam Gibbons of Tampa had Maple Lee Jones, 38, of 2059 said to have awakened and Home of, Brunswick. Georgia. "
Lodge owns property commonly to oppose the seating ol none. Baldwin Street, suffered five bul- YourEditorial .. The firm-offers 24 hour ambulance -'
described as Sisco comprised of the regular Democratic i1- let wounds in an argument He started ,arguing again when she Page service.occupies ,a modem

1.acres in Putnam County Fla' tion named in state conventionMarch. i ,. was taken to Duval Medical Center took, the pistol from under: his building with a chapel and, .off ..
Viand Lodge also owns $8 per day page in the senate. and underwent surgery. pillow and shot him. I Speaks for Progress street parking. ,


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,.P9,Tw -.- HI FLORIDA STM Sot.rd.y, August 4, 1956

f| TWf 'FLOfttBA ," STAR _\ 1 ? //2- POLITICS AS USUALBY

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Negro Vote Can Win For
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Negroes Must Curb Legislators
ERIC JO. SIMPSON _. : .__ MeMfi Utter .
C.t P.rW., .......*' ._ News Staff = ;: '
4'c- \ Who Trample On Our Rights

Member. of Associated Negro Press t: >I .)

-1- \ The announcement that Senator Cstes Kefaurer has bowed out
: 1\ the race for the Democratic: presidential nomination
lof comes as
,* fee Yeev $5. 0; Half Tear, $I"' ; ,.,.. MM**. $.10 S .' .. : l no
; but it has the
great surprise certainly changed complexion of
Y: _MaHec. .Te. Ye... 'AaywlMr U the UJr4 States.S ...: I things.
.* ri.tiM P.r*..b U'Ataa. Seal ch.cks. Mey,Orders,Te: )6 ; One thing is :":
FlOftWA-STAR.- .. OT' BOX 5(1 MCXSONYrUE 1, FLORIDA lki certain, and 1' pIe register the job then is to sell
that is that Ad. !:'f"ai them the platform.If .

f THE' FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: I 1 .tr, '4tJ. Stevenson'will i
/ : pick up
1. Negro Firemen. ,.- I jI many of Kef au- the Negro people of Floridado

2. MOT Negro Police Officers. ver's pledges. not wake up now and registerso

3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. '. Kefeauver has that we can use the best
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the announced that weapon weave we will never
Building Program. -* e will toes his _, : wake up, and when we do we will
I i-
pledges to Ste- find that we have been robbed of

venson but it is all our rights and privileges.In .

: Frees! Newspapers Are Negro l ioubtful that Simpson '
the few
: all of the Ke- past days we have

', y'.... fauver seen how a group of anti-Negro
pledges will go -for Stev-
:' : : legislators, mostly from the hick
"n.riil-Sfu" Is Freest! enson.
4J towns have put through measuresto
As the days between now and
1f'Y deprive the Negro people of
't- November the name of Averill
their rights in defiance of
What happens to Negroes in the South has always determined Harriman will be heard with Court.
to a degree the kind of treatment Negroes receivein i more frequency as a candidatefor Supreme

the North. That in a nutshell is the point made, by Dr the presidency. Harriman*is Because of the fact that manyof

Horace Mann Bond, president of Lincoln University and one A a New Yorker and has served as these legislators have depended

of the great.:historians on the American scene today, in an governor of that state with a largely on the Negro vote fSr
address'at the Fourth Annual Tribune Charities Dinner last touch of. the Rooseveltian new. their election to office we finj

Thursday night in honor of E. Washington Rhodes. dealism. The fact that he is'damned men in the legislature introducinga
This learned and profound scholar may well have pointed "BUT AFRICA HAS PLANS OF HER OWN" New York Yankee" will bill calling for A

that:the only free and independent press that speaks for the seriously hamper his chances I to investigate the National

rights Negroes and all over progress is the "Florida Star": LIBRA with the ;South at this time. elation for the Advancement of
Both of these statements supported by history demand Born SepL 24 thru OcL 23 Roosevelt .was a New Yorker but Colored people while the Klan

: the serious consideration of an enlightened public, especially ,Your Weekly U you want power, look behindthe at the time he was elected we did holds open meetings in all partsof

the non-white segment of the population. There is a tendency scenes.In many cases the people not have the tense atmospheresuch the state.

among Negroes who live in the North, where they enjoy I Guide who enjoy the limelight are as exists now over desegre-I
Horoscope really only puppets of those who These men who seek to trample
some of the firnge benefits of first-class citizenship, to forge gatio nand civil rights.
recognize the advantage of remaining I oft the rights of the Negro people
and in the South.
about their blood brothers. sisters They I
With Kefauver out of the race
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR unknown and unsung. and defy the U. S. Supreme Court
think that their favored is fixed and
_ seem to more posntion Sat an early date it gives him, his
that they cannot be touched by the torture and persecution BUSINESS LOVETRAVEL The financial operations that supporters and the Democratic can be curbed only when we vote
of their brethren whc live and'die in Dixie. History bring the'real profits are also them out of office.
proves party ample time to beat the
By PABLO The those that are conducted behind
that such an assumption is not correct. bushes and sell the Democratic The special session saw the introduction -
Dr. Bond quoted historical facts to prove that the Southern closed doors and without fanfare. party to the people. of a bill which gives

attitude on the race question moves North with great Should this fit in wit heircum- More than the the school board the right to assign -
crest of major achievements. You ever, Negro vote
stances recognize in
and affects the thinking of high governmental officials. you ,
speed Born March 21 thru April 19 have an the advantages on your endeavors to-gain attention whereit will be an important factor and students to schools as they
Note that the Southern idea of gradualism, which means do see fit and also the right to dismiss
Expansion of field of gain side when want to by the same token, the vote of
your you express counts, make good use of all
nothing, has been and now is the settled policy of this nation. Negro school teachers if it is
ful activity is indicated during your personality and propagateyour the leads at hand, with discretion, that group in Florida will be a
The Northern Press, immediately following the Supreme I felt that somehow a Negro teacher -
valuable asset to .
this period by the opportunitythat ideas. You may have to to achieve your ends. Oust the:
Court decree that segregated schools were unlawful, acclaimed Florida I may be placed in the position
comes Rather curb emotional reactions, has a potentially heavy
way. your from
your inner fears that prevent you
and certain that it would be enforced.
the decision
was I of having to teach a white child.
Negro vote but there must be
than allowing yourself to become unreasonableness in your loved following up your.bold ideas with an
.- Many border states decided to obey the order forthwith. discouraged, accept delays and ones or''Tendencies to splurge to action. effort made to cultivate it by I I But we must first be registered.
of united South.
Then followed the bitter objections a
obstructions as the inevitable satisfy whims. But, with getting colored citizens to registerso
These and to the Con- your 5-66-70-15-68-549 Registration Books
objections were compiled presented
twistof fortune which will not this sign,there should be no limits that they will be eligible to
southern Senators and Representatives. The abolition Now Open
gress by -
last for any considerable length placed on your imagination, SCORPIO vote in November.In
of_segregation,,has been _slowed to a_snail's pace ever Df time,,You maybe4mne.dofgies .. ftW""itv nAl A'J-tA"1)risa ._a.O".u.AJ..a..H..n'Tr1enasmps Duval County there are Register Now- Don's Wait
Drdf Yi ........ .. -
TutSn 7W. aEouT JOO.WXTNeeroes, Jusfatxmt Registration Office
sto advocating the opposite position. t>n-the spiritual
. There are those who would like nothing better than to to ward off the harmful ef- devised to better your appearance, place become unbreakable. With 25,000 are registered and in Tallahassee 221 East Adams
\ fects of intemperate climatic-con constructive skills and the quality where there are about 18-
see the"Negro Press destroyed. They know that if that hap Mars now retrograding, and the
pens the only strong public voice controlled by Negroes will ditions. Buld up your inS__...__... of the services rendered and summer at its peak, there shouldbe 000"< colored citizens only about

have been silenced. The need for the'Negro Press is greater ditions. Build up inner resources. received. little need to press forward 3,250 are registered. All over the
3 50-77-15-' -721 8 40-55-17 56-330, state the picture is the So FLORIDA STARIN
today than ever before. It is mandatory that Negroes own any more than the tempo of daily same.
and control publications in which they can say what needsto activities demands. But this will it seems that if a strong effort is

be said freely. As dark as the picture is today, without TAURUS LEO not prevent you from making the made to get these people registered EVERY

the Negro Press it would bejblack indeed. Those who doubt Born April.20Jhru Mar 20 Born July 24 thru Aug. 23, most of your personal talents to I either the Democrats or

'this should remember what has happened to' all peoples,who Pleasures shared with dear Heartfelt and charitable im- make life interesting. You can Republicans could use the votesto

have lost controll of their Press. ones take on added weight Your pulses bring exaltation. Your travel or take up training courses good advantage. After the peo- COLORED HOME
love of the good things in life,
feelings go out to the underdog, with the assurance thcat you will
and pleasant company should remain but, there are tunes when it may broaden yourself ond pick up the

Jiki'Orr's Voice Against Prejudice lk'EicuraiigAiiJsIDeMagogles to constant your customary whether workaday you attend be advisable to verify whether elements for future progress. All

things are really as they are rep- the while you are bound to profit

procedures vacationing or pursuits.are fully engrossedin The highlight resented. Less dominance at materially and financialy. PEOPLE IN TOE NEWS

home should help to ease existing 8-90-88-19-67-143
of this period is furnished,
tensions when they flare
by a splendi dopportunity and up.
Your luck should be better than SAGITTARIUS
Because of the staid that Re. John B. Orr, Taureans could not expect a bet-
courageous good when it comes to affectionate Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
Jr. of Miami took in the Florida legislature lase week we ter boost for theidr mental powers interests, profitable business Everything comes to those who
were.moved to send'him( the following telegram commending community and affectionate
connections, and the disires that know how to wait. Of course you
-S S him for his action. relationships, creative urges and you harbor within the depths of will have to do your share in the
anything that their hearts really
your souL Personal enterprise, interim through self-development.
Re. John B. Orr Jr.
desire. This is a good time to direct
Florida Legislature creative aptitudes and an inherent training or higher educational
the steps of youngsters on d
Tallahassee Fla. love of beauty all contributeto courses so as to be able to com-
? the path(to achievement
the-joy of living. Check pete with others for the prizes. .
like courage.to extravagant -
God with the stand
give us more men you 5-70-88: -12-74-545
comfort tendencies. Whether it be through travel or f5
up for your convictions. It gives to millions whose
and have and-died for 2-11-60-14-79-923 learning, there is much knowledge -
sons daughters fought peace, justiceand GEMINI
'. and experience to be gained.
democracy. Born 21 thru June 21
.. Mar This sign reveals the heights youcan
Eric Simpson
Good twice VIRGO
fortune comes when
Managing Editor, Florida Star all hands cooperate. As long asyou Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 fits attain you may and amass the material by makingthe bene- A.

In these days when men are being blinded by prejudiceand do not take on too heavy a Think and act on the lofty most of your personal attributes -

suppressing their consciences by legislating unjust and burden, or carry your zeal for plane and you will attract life's intellect and individual in

unreasonable laws which the yknow are wrong in the sightof pleasure to excess, you should :.blessings. There is little standing itiative.

God, to regegate the Negro people to second class citizen- find this quarter a very happy in your way, unless there are 3-10-33-16-69-221 ,

ship, it is certainly encouraging to see a man stand up and one in almost every respect. Get traces of your former prejudicesor
, speak out against what he knows is unjust. together with the people who can which you have not quite suc- 1 CAPRICORN ,

,We hope that the lead Mr. Orr has taken in speaking out make it possible to bring your ceeded in putting to route This Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 '

;. against these unjust actions will give others'courage who feel projects to rewarding fruition, would be 'your' main task if you Faith in your destiny makes it''!

k ase he does but have been afraid to speak for fear of criticism particularly in your domestic. would not lose this magnificent easier to face life. As long as you ,
who blinded and family and economic fields. Thisis opportunity to rise and shine. consider-;
t from others are by prejudice are holding do not allow monetary ,
t stubbornly to a decadent pattern for living. an' excellent time to follow up friendships formed should flour ations interfere( you are in a.:
": of on the agreements or decisions ish, endure and even lead to lifelong I
the voices
It is shameful that demagogues are being favorable position to win
these who lead- reached,on the 9th. and to settle closer ties in the future. You can add- !
heard in our midst and it is demagogues are friendships. This sign gives
ing the >people with their preaching of hate and prejudice the pecuniary angles: throw your, weight around in ed weight to this eventuality as

F: while seeking.to deprive one-third of the nation the rights 122401865220CANCER your personal environment and long as circumstances are allowed Ito j

... entitled them under the constitution. in. social and club circles. Be a develop 'according to the laws I 1400 WRHC 1400
the who un-American these the bit more careful when differences A of enter
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men who give the Kremlin and its satalites ammunition to Born June 22 Ihru July 22 .crop up at home or outside. prise will bring you much closerto f

fire at our democratic way of life. Their actions hold us up Now is the time to ride the 7-100-99-15=78-656 the goals which you are determined j} KEN KNIGHT
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Monday August 13th, 1956. 0
E. .L. Weetos local protographer, returned this week after
a Buses will leave from 410 Broad
,brief refresher course in oil colorilng at the -Winona School of Street, at 9. a.' m.

.,,. Photography, Winona Lake Ind. Adults seventy-five cents chil- 1
He also attended the annual convention of the
Photographers' dren fifty cents. Mrs. Tessie
Association of America in Chicagof 111: .
Jones Worthy Matron.
He was accomvpanied by his "wife. '

Mrs.' Mary Jones of 1766 W. 16tn Street is visiting relatives and Sheriff's Ball Slated
friends in New York, Boston and Cincinnati. Protect your hands :rom the wear and tear of gardening this

Mrs Jones is,the wife of Frank Jones, a member of the Laura For Aug. 16 At 2 Spot __ summer by chosing comfortable gloves. Every gardener needs

Street Presbyterian Church and the Gallant Ladies Club Femm gloves that are flexible, sturdy, and able to take a washing in soap

Graviti club. Willis"Gator Tail" Jackson will or detergent suds after each use.

furnish music for the first annual Here's a handy tip: keep finger-

Miss N. A. E. Whitfield an instructor'of Darnell Cookman School Deputy Sheriffs Ball scheduledfor nails from puncturing rubber

is spending her ,vacation_in Philadelphia, visiting relatives and August 6 in the Two Spot Nite work gloves by lining the finger- Elks To Observe

friends. -. Club. tips with small adhesive band-

Little Willie John known for ? :..w ages. Another work glove saver 58lh Anniversary

Mrs. Fannie Robinson president of the Lucky "16" Sewing his recordings of "Fever" and "I is to wash them clean of grease

Saving Circle will, leave the city soon on her :vacation to"visit her Need Your: Love will be featured. and soil after each use. Warm
mother and relatives. :: '. soap or detergent suds, inside and Maceo Lodge 8 of Elks will ob-

Tickets may be purchased from out, will give the ma new leaseon serve its 58th anniversary on

members or'the Hollywood Music S life. August 12 at 3 p. m. with a pro-

tfl u.tPeile, .a Store. y
r ti N as Some new gardening gloves are The Rev. Edwards, pastor of

treated wit hvinyl plastic to make the St Joseph Methodist Church

Mrs. Sadie Allen of 1102 Steele also visited their sister. :Mrs Mrs. Agnes Hartstield them practical for outdoor' use,i has been invited to deliver the

Ct, returned to the city recently Hazel Todd of Van Buren Street Celebrates Anniversary yet 'easy to manipulate for fine! anniversary sermon.

from Glasborough, N. J. where weeding. If you take a minute to Joining the Bills in this anni-

she visited her father and other Miss Gloria V. Davis daughterof Celebrating the 15th anniver-i rinse that mud and soil from your versary celebration will be the

relatives. Mrs. Allen is a member Mr. and Mrs., Lewis Davis of sary as a singer on August 13-19 j j work gloves under the outdoor Daughters of Pride of Maceo

of Second Baptist Church. Philadelphia, Pan and granddaughter will be Mrs. Agnes Coles. Harts- j faucet you'll find that washingthe Temple number 186 under the ,

of Mrs. Rebecca R. fideld. i min the basin later is a much leadership of Daughter Ruler

The Rev. T. E. Wright, pastorof Gramling city, graduated from The affair is scheduled in the : neater job. Hattie I. James

Bethel AME Church and fam- the Philadelphia ,High School for: Macedonia Primitive Baptist

ily arrived from Washington D. Girls in June She was awarded Church, Forest and Run Streetsof 6 Terry Styles For Tykes
I --r
C, to become permanent resi- a four-year scholarship In music which the Rev. J. R. Boykin is .TO GREET FAM-U FREMa1e members : Why is terrycloth used for Local Ladies Present
of the 1956 fresh-
dents in the church parsonage at by the School Board and will enter pastor. .man class at Florida A and M University can look forward io meeting towels? The answer is high ab- "Fashion On Parade"

1209 Tyler Street -Members, and Temple University this falL The Waycross Gospel Singers pretty Yvonne Hayling, at left who sorbency, plus the ability to take
a senoor resides in TaUa-
Her mother is the former Miss will be featured in addition to
friends :. the and
contact them there. rough tumble of hard
may hassee. The popular'co..ed who reigned as "Miss' Junior" last use "Fashions on Parade" a show
Eunice Mrs. Hartsfield.A year
Grambling of this city.
is a member of the Freshman Orientation Week Committee. Dormi- and repeated machine washings featsuring the latest in styles will
Mrs. W. program has been planned tories for freshmen i t nhot soap or detergent. suds. be presented August 6 at 8:30
M. Dunbar of 1066 Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Thomas with various other artists parti- open on Friday. September 14. These : p.
West Church Street same qualities make min the St.John Baptist Church.
is vacationing ._.
with relatives ,and friends. accompanied by their children, cipating. IeK"" 1 "illtii! {" "rii: i m::"_ terry"a popular utilitarian fashionfor The affair is sponsored by choir 3.

Sylvia and Dena left the city r-- 7 119- aYua infants and children. For
She will tour Canada, Detroit, cently to attend the funeral example Miss Joyce Joyner. local an
Mich, Chicago, III, and Cincinnati Mrs. Thomas' mother Mrs. of Mrs. Nellie Lancaster r, = = I you can dress your young- nouncer at WOBS has been se-
Dora :est in a terrycloth sleep and play
Ohio. r lectedf
as.narrator and Miss Al-
Lewis in Port Tampa City, Flor- Engagement set of blouse, pants, and booties.
metha Bacon
a talented
ida. Any slightly larger urchin who '
Of Her Daughter Here musicia nand teacher in the
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kerr of loves the beach will also love a
Newark, N. J. and sister Mrs. Erma Jean and Rosita Davis, one-piece hooded terry system in Panama City
The announcement is made of will preside at the
Hose Lucilla of East Orange, N. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John that's especially comfortable for piano.

J.. were recent visitors in the cityas Davis are vacationing with their the engagement of Mrs. Rosa after-the-plunge wear. Others to participate is Mrs.

guests of their brotherinlawand grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lancaster, daughter of Mrs. Lillie Elizabeth Nelson, Miss Maggie

sister Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dickens, uncles and aunts, Mr. Ei. Lancaster to Sgt. Frank L. Any homemaker is smart to Aaron, Marva Hilton, Charles

Sykes, 1932,Broadway Avenue. and Mrs. P. H. Harrison and Mr. Smith, son of Mrs. Rachel Brooks own a set of well-styled washable Driscoll, Landon Williams, Sam-
and the late John C. Smith. mie Davis, Major Bryant, Shirley
Erma Jean and Rosita Elaine and Mrs. Sherman White in plastic'shades to top her lamps
The wedding will be solem Brown, Carolyn Joyner, Adrienne
Davis, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Marianna.The during the dog days.
John G. Davis .of this city are nized on August 20 at 9 p. m, in S Hartley, Mrs Altamese Wells, Y
the home of Rev. and Mrs. Robert Barbara Price, Bettye Jean Mercer
vacatsioning with their grandparents Misses Davis are ,membersof ; Even though sweaters never -
Brooks 1147 W. 4th Street.
: Delores Williams Brown AI-
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dickens. the St Paul AME Sunday had it so good, they are still
They are members of St. Paul School and attend Smart P. Liv- No invitations are being sent, ___ mainly hand-washable garments.Lest tamese Watson and little Veron-
but friends of thecouple arein-
AMU Church.. ingston SchooL Erma is ica Grant.
a member vited. you forget, pretty bejewelled
t of Girl Scout. troop 293 and costume sweaters need gentle Tickets may be secured from

Mrs: Edith,,.J. Nixon of,,1111 ,- ..... -.- ,-- -, PLANNING FAM.U FRESHMAN..ORIENTATIONJVEEK- In the sudsing in warm water. And for I members of the choir.
A1berl'St. convalescini1n'herhome -
after being confined in Following an operation at -.stnr Florida A and M University. and his secretary Mrs. Gloria Y. Hughes costume look to any classic cardi- 'n a li ..ttq l ismu

Brewster Hospital for several Brewster Hospital, Mrs. Edith (left). planning Orientation' Week for freshmen entering Florida A gan by adding a collar and waistband president.

"days Mrs. Nixon is a member of Nixon. wife of J. J. Nixon of 1111 Deliveries and M University ibis falL Freshmen Orientation Week begins of fabric to match ah favir- The church is located at Bri-

Mt Olive BaptistChurch, servingas Albert Street is recovering nicelyin September 15. (A and M_ Staff Photo by C. J. Smith. III). ite dress er skirt. dier and Oakley Streets.This .

a member of Usher Board 1. her home. -
Born To:

Miss Eloise Edwards, daughter Mrs. Nixon is member of the Bells
and Wedding
Vernon Gladys :
:of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Edwards Mt. Olive AME Church. fr
ham 2210 J. St. Brunswick Ga. ,
y x %
; of New Rochelle, N. Y. is Shedrick Collins, Jr.., son of the July 12/50. Boy Applications for Marriage kaC' >

in- the city to spend her vacation the late Shedrick Collins, who is Licenses
Nathaniel and Lulu Edwards, ,
with her grandparents, Mr. and now residing in Redwood City, ,
741 Court B, Blodget Jfomes.
).Irs. Calvin G. Williams of 1846 California, is in the city on busi- I June 17/56..Boy. Hercules Keller, 115 May St,

Moncrief Rd. Miss Edwards is a ness. He' will be remembered as 26 and Geraldine Young 902
James and Margaret Davis, 312 age
recent graduate of Albert Leon- the vice'president of the BYPU Stonewall St 23.
Davis St. April 10/56. GirL age
ard Junior High School in New department of Spring Hill Baptist
James and Annie Johnson, 1051 Mitchell McCain, 703 Arch St, VaY rbJ4"
Rochelle, She will visit other Church. '
W Duval St. April 12/56. Twin age -46 and Elvina Scott 715
cities while in the State.
G iris.. Court H, Blodgett Homes age 40.
Mrs. Verna L. Ingram of 2117
-- Clinton and Alberta Solomon, Raymond L. Curtis, 1206 Ever-
Mrs. Mildred Scruggins of 1599 Mars Street has as her house w
1204 W. 23rd St April 12/56. Boy. green Ave., age 31 and Mary J. A3 s" 3 .y 1y
West 15th Street, returned:the guests Mrs. Annie Bell McClean-
Erta and Elizabeth Livingston Murray, 1331 Oakley St, age 23.
:city on the weekend from Daytona -' don of Savannah Ga.. and Mrs. '
1837 ,W. 25th St July 22/56. GirL James Stewart, 1126 Logan St, I
Beach, where she' attendedthe Esthermell "Mimasie of Fernan-
age 22 and Malinda E. Powell, Rt
: funeral of her !mother Mrs. dina Beach. I
9, Box 425, age 20.
Scruggins: is a member of St. her vacation in Pensacola Fla.
Paul AME Ch r& Mr.' and Mix:: Andrew Roland I with her many' friends. Mrs. Wm. Hill 1162 W. 23rd St. age
," 64 and Rosa L. Brown, 1162 W. j
and son'Gregory of Chicago Ill
t Ward is a very prominent religious 23rd St, 45. jt
Mrs. Bessie Gordon of 1002 residents of this city age
formerly and social worker of the va- '
Clarence Cross, 2327 Woodland, t "ic.
West 8th Street returned to the were the house guests of her rious clubs of the city. age -18 and Mary Dennis, 2324 I' ; r

city recently from Washington, mother Mrs. Geneva Harris, 922 I
Woodland St, 18. ,
D. C. Philadelphia, iHu-' Amity- South Avenue, Jacksonville Sergeant and Mrs. L. M. Mitch- age
Wm. H. Linwood, Jr. 2044
vffle N. Y. and Buffalo. N. Y., Beach. They were accompaniedby ell arrived in Palatka last week
Davis St 28 and Barbara V.
where she visited relatives and Mrs. Lula Daniels and Wesley for a few days visit with Mrs. age
Holland, 2734 Davis St, age 27
friends. Straghorn of Chicago. will
Mitchell's relatives. They
Jake Brown, Jr. Daytona I
also visit Mrs. Mitchell's motherin 24 and Annie R. Jackson -1
.; Mrs. Josephine Butler of Philadelphia Mrs. Mamie Gadson returned to Bradenton Mrs. Mitchell is Beach age'
4834 Campenella Dr age 21.
,of Pa.. was in the city recently her home in Miami last Friday the former l,Merceda Roberts.Mr. Robt.., Williams, 1418! Florida

i as guest of her daughter, after a weeks vacation in Palatka,
Ave 21 and Lizzie Baker,
.: Mrs. Christine Jackson, 1726 as the guest of Mrs. Eliza Knight and Mrs. Roger McCloud age
Florida Ave
1418 :
age I
: Payne Street Mrs. Butler was and Mrs.Hassie Green. their house guest last week
had as
2418 St
John H. Porter, Doby ,I
, ::!- accompanied by Mr. and. Mrs. Mr. Maceo Wilson ,formerly of j
Broden 1724
48 and Gladys
Ward ,
_-,- Robert Burnam. While here they Mrs.Mar will spend Palatka, but now' of Newark. He age Jefferson St, age 36. I

. is the cousin of Mrs McCloud. .
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1523 Mt
: Willie J, Thomas, I : ..
."-. Herman St, age 18 and Barbara 1. Iaaa

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i L. AME Young People's' Department Holds First Conference j

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i t First Annul YP0 Program Here I[ Directs Youth Program Ladies Auxiliary Rev. J. Jones Rev. A. B. Coleman ,

.. y......- ....._._iJ'...._.'.-...., ,... ,-._>k'....,.-.. ''mi!;,"."h.... .r........,"" Of Laymen's League Will Preview Lesson
> Ctaceived By Mrs. W. -Akerf Harris z A aA Y xs% oYws Calls Special MeetA Delivers Sermon At Ministers Meet:0: I

f.' : special meeting of the Ladies 11 Antioch Church The Baptist Minister's Brother-

Auxiliary of the Laymen's Leaguehas hood of Duval and adjacent counties -
r The first program of the young people's department of the East been called will
for Monday night, meet Monday at 11 a. m.
Florida Conference Branch Missionary Society of the Eleventh ? August 6. The Rev. J. J. Jones, pastor of in the Bethel &:>fist Church of

: Episcopal District of the African Methodist Episcopal Church met Q The meeting which is scheduled the Antioch Baptist Church is to which the Rev R. Wilson is pas-

August 2-3 in ,the ML Zion,AME Church and the Mt. Moriah_ ME to begin at 8 p. m. will be held in deliver the morning and evening

FL Church South Jacksonville, Florida. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph sermons on Sunday and administer tor.The Sunday School lesson will

i The Rt. Rev. D. Ward Nichols, Walden 1855 Johnson Street. Holy Communion at the 7 p. be previewed by the Rev. A. B.

r presiding bishop, the Rev. F. J. :Stevens Rev. W.>F. Foster, C. S. The meeting is being called to m. hour of worship: Coleman, pastor of the Shiloh

t Jones, presiding elder, the Rev.D. Williams and Miss Marva Demps discuss matters of vital importance. -. At 9-30 a. nx, N. H. Mann and Baptist Church.

t M. Chandler, host pastor Mrs. presided over the religious train- his efficient teachers will begin The order of the day by an appointee -

r Willa Ella Harris, conference ing groups in their respective : the Sunday School hour and of the president
branch youth director and director fields. Xirt BYPU is scheduled to begin at 5

'f of workshop and Miss Ada The youth group from the vl Jerusalem Baptists o'clock. -

I. Mae Barrier, conference youth Grant's Memorial AME Church F Announce Services Choirs 1 and 3 and the senior
branch president lead. in this under the direction of Mrs. E. usher board will serve throughout -

:; event. Richardson rendered the music Rev. Saul Cooper, pastor of the day.

YPD conference branch officials along,.with other groups directedby Jerusalem Baptist Church has an- Daily Vacation Bible School's

i. include Mrs. Willa Harris, Mrs: Dorothy Woods. James nounced that services Sundaywill ; opening is planned for Mondayat

youth director, Miss Ada Barrier, Jennings delivered the main ad- be carried out in the usual 9 a. ra, at which time the Special service in behalf of

F.. president; Miss Pancheta McCray, dress from "Today's Youth FacesA manner with Sunday School be- young people are asked to enroll Women's Day will be held on
and presentedby ginning at 9:30 with the Bible study is scheduled for
t" first vice-president; Mrs. Hattie Challenge" was a. m. August 8 in the New Hope AME
io- Mae Washington, second vice- by Miss Yvonne,Anderson. Superintendent Brother H. D. Tuesday at 7 p. m. and prayer. Church.

president; Miss Barbara Reed, The. Rev. Samuel Nesbitt, Mrs. Singletary in charge. The morn- meeting at 7:30 p. third vice-president; Miss Yvonne Ella Jones and Mrs. Bernice ing services will begin at 11 a. m. The public is invited to attendall ter of'the church.

L Anderson, financial secretary; Green played priminent parts in : with the asJistanlt pastor Rev. of these services.
f gs Miss Helen Holmes, corresponding the afternoon session followed by Mi 3.. afi y2; dxH Jake Ray delivering the message. Meetings slated for Sunday at
t secretary; Miss Dorothy King, an evaluation of the workshop } At 3 p. m. the church will ren-
the Mt. Calvary Baptist Churchare
{ official reported; Miss Betty made by one representative from w der service at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Mi. Ararat Group as follows.

Crane, assistant reporter; Miss eac h training group, report of] Church, of which Rev. C. R. District 6 will meet in the home ,

Sallie Gavin, treasurer; Miss Jes- special efforts, presentation of YOUTH DIRECTOR Mrs. Willa Akery Harris Youth Director Crosby is pastor. Choir 1 and of Mrs. Mattie Anthony.

-' sie Champion, chaplain; Perry visitors, connectie-nai stateand of the East Florida Conference Missionary Branch Societyof Usher Board 1 will serve. Observes Event District 4 in the home of Mrs.

Bridges, assistant chaplain; Miss conference branch officials and the Eleventh District of the AME Church.is.responsible for the Evening services will begin at Marie Blackmon, 1006 W. Union

r Wanda 'Donalson, chorister; Miss observations from Mrs. A. B. sponsorship of the first annual youth program which opened on 7 p. m. with Deacon Welton Flynn Street at 3 m. ,
: Agatha Roberts organist; Misses Williams and the Rev. W. R. August 1st at Mt. Zion AME Church. She-is "one 'of the leading and William Tombs in charge of District 20 of the Mt. Ararat Districts 2 p.and IS in the homeof
: Lewis and Richard- the Devotion The assist- Baptist Church will observe its
Metro Betty ,Akery. churchwomen in the AME denomination. I period. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson,
j son, assistant organists; Mhs. Dor- .. ant pastor Rev. Jake Ray or his eighth anniversary on Wednes- at 3:30 .
-., day, August 8, in the auditoriumof p. m.Deaconess
music director will deliver the
othy Woods, Kelly appointee mes
; ;,
!! Brown, parliamentarian; Miss Prayer Bud Mrs. Haiiie Lazemby, Will Be Honored the church.M. the church. board at 6 p. mn in
sage.District .
>!. Gerlieve Robinson,> self denial 4 will meet in the homeof T. Brown, leader of the district 'The

t,::: chairman secretsary-treasurer; Miss Shelia; Miss Collins Alfro- Slates Heel In "A Night Of' Appreciation" Event White Mrs.Avenue.Marie Visitors Williams are, wel-2808 from, its who beginning has served will be as recognized such the sionary deaconess anniversary society board and celebration 3 the, the junior mis-,

for outstanding leadership.Mrs. .I
nia Chisolm chairman
t membership come.
women scheduled for August 8.
; Miss Cecile Williams welfare Simpson Methodist Church is "A Night of Appreciation will be sponsored' by choir 2 of the The pastor Rev. Saul Cooper Lucile Jones is district The Rev. S. L, Badger, pastor of

r chairman; Miss Mary Pried the meeting place for,the Interde- Mt. Vernon Baptist Church on August 6 at 8 p.'m, in honor'of Mrs. and wife are on vacation. president the Emanuel Baptist Church is to,
The Rev.
W. M. Cummings and
committee chairman Mattie Lazenby.
program ; nominational National Prayer
r Miss Coretha Holland, librarian Sand of America on August 14-17, Mrs. Lazenby has served as congregation of ,the West Union preside.

and Miss Marva Tyner, assistant the Rev. S. S. Robinson, host pas- president of choir 2 for eighteen WinS: Fellowship Rev. J. I. ScottParticipates Baptist Church is to deliver the
y librarian. years. anniversary sermon and the choir

4 Thecommunion services for tor.Mrs.. Viola Reynolds is national Choir 2 of the :Day Spring. 1ii. -. In from West Union to give special ClllelftttJtlft6

the group opened the meeting at president. Baptist Church and choir 2 of the music.
An official welcome to visitorsis Henry Edwards will
: 10 a. nx, Thursday, followed with An executive meeting is planned Shiloh Baptist Church is to ren- sponsorthe
'., to be made by the Rev. DallasJ. Gateway Gospel Singers and
> der special music for this occasion. Even!
lunch, a musical and the observ- for August 13 at 7:30 p. nu, Evergreen
Graham pastor of the Mt. Mrs. Laura Jackson in a recitalon
Mrs L. L. Rodgers, Mrs. Gladys
ance of "Youtth Night". Miss in the church and will be super-
Vaught Mrs. Louise McDougal, 5s bR- Ararat Baptist Church. Sunday night in the Bowden
Barbara Reed served as mistress vised by Mrs. Ellen Jones.
{ of ceremonies and was presented Mrs. Lois Hagans Mrs. Bessie The Rev. J. I. Scott, pastor of Visiting districts and friendsare Memorial Methodist Church, 11th
: Second Bethel Baptist Church invited to attend. and Pullman Streets.
Waddell Mrs.Carrie McCall. Mrs.
: by Mrs. Abiah Shehee. "Meetingthe
: Problem of Integration" was Orange Park Rachel Brooks W. K. Harper, and congregation of Wesconnettwill
= discussed by James Jennings, Robert James, Ben McCall James. present on Monday to
; + Hawking, the Rev..Robert Brooks.i open the celebration of the K I.
rmi -"t u.c '" nf_ frgSt. MADAM JORDANinvites
John will 6b- JOOnnl: eo& A' ..44 & Tr t t,' district'LOerreen: : : Baptist- i- ,
k Jacqueline Wright and Emerson serve its anniversary on Mondayat Wilson James, Grover Hagans' Church. Choir 2 and district 2

:": Watts. 8 p.m., in the church. The and Ollie Hudson are to participate K. are sponsors. everyoneto
Tuesday night the Rev. R. W.
: On Friday the program began Rev. Jerry Haymon and membersof on the program. visit her new church
; at 9:30 a. m. Reverend J. L King Little Rock Baptist Church, Mrs. Lorraine Johnson is general LVernon Jackson, pastor of St. John Bap- -

;., and Rev. J. A. Roberts discussed Sandersville will conduct the ser- chairman Miss Frances tist Church, Orange Park and his To Jordan Gospel TarbernacleAt
Scriven, chairman of the congregation will conduct the
fF "The Art of Christian Education vice. program
c and Guidance". Mrs. ,L. Genwright committee and the Rev. G. T. Me- services in the interest districts 1080 Florida Avenue

c'. Mrs. Olivia, Miss Harrell Marie, Mrs.Blacknell Abiah GAINESVILLE Call is pastor.Westminster. 16.__ 4 and The 5.deacons, deaconesses and You have the privilege of singing, Praying-and Shoutingin

trustees have secured the serviceof the ..
Kingdom of Peace:
Shehee Rev. R. J. Williams Miss ChoirIn
M. Lee. a 1956 graduateof the Rev. M. J. Trowell and.con
; Ada Barrier, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Ivey Roberson is visiting her -
Annual: RecitalThe Florida A and M Universitywith gregation of St. Luke Baptist You Can Have Your Soul Revived
:. Miss Sallie Gavin Miss Delphine aunt in OciUa, Georgia. .
a degree in political science, :Church for
L Thomas Kelly Brown Mrs. Clarence Roberson is visitingin .' Wednesday night. Healing Blessing Given Nightly
was recently notified by Dr. William The Rev. W. A. Mack and
Westminister Choir of con-
and I
Clotee Pridgen Mrs. Prisc'illaJones New York, New Jersey
r Laura Street Presbyterian Church H. Hale, director of Educa- .gregation of New Jerusalem Bap- Through the Power of God
Mrs. Vera Davis Mrs. other cities and is expected to
tional Activities of the Alpha Phi tist Church will be
will present its 5th Annual Musi- present on
return soon. ;_
'.' cale Sunday, August 12, at 8 p. Alpha Fraternity Inc.. that he Thursday night in the interestsof Come Out and Hear

t'- m. in the Church. 4 had been awarded a $4.00 fellow- districts 5 and 10. BISHOP S. L HENRYRev.

mLNinsgoerbA HASTINGSFollowing Appearing on the program will ship to do graduate work in his Friday night the services will

fcB.ader wntaaC'tOetttag be several outstanding artists of major field. Lee. a native of Fort be conducted by choir 1 and districts Mrs. S. L Stancie Prophet F. Williams
= 1Iar1Iq.., Pierce, and'who has been blind (Broacast from the Church in 2
!Y =,. II&raDL Ut1De1 a visit with their the ,city including Miss Allie 3 and 7. Begins
ii.: lr isto cc 1IIII: ara4 JI add InSf. sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Faye Roundtree of Second Baptist for almost half of his 27 years, Madam Jordan Can Be Seen

==:: ..::a Mrs. George Allen, Misses Annie Church also a student at Florida was graduated "with distinction" IN MEMORIAM
t -- .. I during the June 4 commencement from 10 A.M. to 7 P. M. Daily
C' A & M University. The Davis LONG Dr. Conrad
4nfi(* far In Ruth and Barbara Robinson returned C. .
==--..or' -anty-Ucfc IMMIIM. I to their home in Hastings. Trio composed of Lorraine, Marva ceremonies. Prior to his-gradua- Second Anniversary Will Hold Big Sconces in Homes Churches.sad,Hall

h -, and Rudyne Davis will be heardin tion he had been awarded a .-"Let not the waves of the '- ,
f. several selections.The $350.00 scholarship by Atlanta tea separate us now and the WRITE 1116 WEST ,8th STREET-PHONE EL 4=8182

i--- CHAMPIONS Choir's renditions will in- University. fears you have spent in our .
: clude "Battle Hymn Of The Re- midst become a memory. You

..} public", "Inflammatus", "OnwardYe : have walked among us a PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR" !
"Sum Clearance Sale'Dress
r er \ People", "Sanctus", "I've Been I Jaxon Praised spirit and your shadow has I

Bilked", "Rocking Jerusalem", been a light upon our faces. ADVERTISERS
and several other selections. For Service Much han w. loved you. But
Pants values to $5.95. $2.88
Nathaniel Stiles serves as gen- speechleu was our love and _
,eral chairman of the musicale, with veils has it been yeUed-
Short Sleeve Sport Shirts. ... ..H....... .. $1.22 and Rutledge Pearson as choir With Paper FirmA because love knows not its own

President and Director.GAINESVILLE. depth until the hour of
: Nylon Stretch Sox .... .. ..., 3 for $1.00 ration.* 125000
letter filled with expressionsof

1/3 Off On Men's and Boys Swim Trunks appreciation for the twenty- Doris Helen Jean D. Long.Long Wife DaughterDr. l. :
years faithful service ren-
J. A. Long. Jr. Brother
dered the Virginia Paper Com-
"Use Our Convenient Layaway, Plan" The Rev. J. S. Shannon is in pany has been received'by Ed- Aurora L. Anderson Sitter
charge of the service on Sunday AUGUST 4. 1956 _
in the Shady Grove Primitive ward Taylor from W. C. Scott, for the first bug that does NOT die
president of the company
125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 Baptist Church. This service is Mr, Taylor is well known after being sprayed withREAI..KlU@
in the interest of the banquet
throughout, Jacksonville having
Learn Commercial Art
drive to terminate on August 12
membership in the Mt. Zion AME
of which Mrs. S. C. Price is Shirt AaytiweC.
: -'ii' chairman Church where he served for a I. APPROVED 9QUSX ;
Article' in R lder's Digest Reveals number of years on the usher AMERICAN ,

T board. He is a life member of WITH NEW LONG-LASTING FORMULA

b'! Jittery Pre-Menstrual Tension PAIR SENTENCED Maceo Lodge number'8, affiliated SCHOOL OF ART -

with clubs,of the city and at one M.v.4 T. New Ucatoa ZSOOf1 to Prove:
Tampa Robert Lee and Mrs. 10* EAST BAY STREET Offers $
time served of the 3rd Qug Killer
Is So Often :Needless Misery! Theresa Watson pleaded guiltyin tad flee RfAL.K'U' No 11ns cpcdet \
\ a ;; connection with the handlingof Battalion Uniform Rank of the REAl-Knl is Amtt'iCO a bugsf Immune!
Knights of Pythias and has often REAl-KJU Uls ALl lawehold
safer ten- .. or strikingly relieved marijuana and heroin and were weeks!
Do you terrfttenerroas stopped for
I :-.: ., ..-feel JMer7 kr1abIe. depam and diaComforifJ om of dY I sentenced by Criminal Court been referred to as "Major" by Stop pain of piles .REAL-KIU keeP+on t..ill"g g
> j & beimyoBFMrlod women jotTfckea ortousrtEWI his many friends.
I eachMostlh L. A. to
aitI2ijto Kakhaalt re-. Judge Grayson three
?A a rtto regujarty. The friends of Mr. Taylor join
BCADflB'S DIOBST' reveals suchpFeeeBstroal 11eftII tbe beftlathet.cramps.1Ien- years in the state prison for at home .
.. torment needle** oas tension .daring *na before With the Virginia Paper Company today .
violating the narcotics laws.
I inian j IB many cases I ITBOQSE3 year period. Many wen nerer employees anld officials in wish- J
t4.-. (B hare already dtecovsuffixeves on the lust da*I Why -er mosey back! __
, : end haw to amid such soflertng. thould you?Tnts month,start t kPinkhtrn's. ing for him many more yearsof .
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!'t'" August 4, 1956 THE fLORIDA STAR .... tog fh.

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:.. : .' Bill To Probe NAACP Awaits Collins' Signature I ;

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' Gov. Urged Not To Sign Talented Jacksonville>> Musician Segregation **

_.. 4 : ": bz '
"" '" "- : To Coilrawe In *
'I : y -.
= Bill For Probe Funds ;< 'l-: *
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> _' : : : 4-H ProgramWashington *
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The following is the text of a telegram sent to GOT. Leroy ; :
i : Racial segregation ..
I Collins urging him' not to sign the TlAACP Investigation '; ;
l in the 4-H club
i program
N Appropriation BUT, V: : rural youths will continue until

1 .. COOT. Leroy Collins : ff'fi2 Southern states themselves de- ::1t1
, < Capital Building ,, e
\: t : cide to end it said an official of
' ;::: Tallxhaue Fla. 'i .t-; the Agriculture Department.

1- -. It U hoped that you will take a similar stand against bills xtHj :
', Dr. E. W. Alton who made the
J proposing investigations that are unnecessary and could be : '
statemnt, announced that
i < dangerous as you did in 1953. Thousands of Negro citizens more
than 125 outstanding colored 4-H il
; ,,: -,' join In'urging you not to sign the fifty-thousand, dollar in.S ata<
members from 17 Southern and
r-l vestigation appropriation bill.
t border states will arrive here
: '
: Eric Simpson 4 ;4rn
August 6 for their ninth annual
Editor Florida Star Jacksonville *
I r regional meeting. Dr. Alton is ,..; A Up e' the Pepsi Cap to
l these oatataadiac ec
the department's 4-H *
i program Americans wbe mate earIcoantq
: TALLAHASSEE-A bill setting up an interim committee of director. :'
)j And our cotnat.altya
I.'A :'- seven and appropriating $50,000 to ,investigate the NAACP is, awaiting better place hi whlth t..Un.
The clubs with a membersHip -
t:?:: the signature of Gov ..Collins to become law. l *
of 2V4 million boys and girls between -
; The House voted approval 27-15
," Tuesday after two committees! 10 and 21 are controlledby .* *
j state .. -
:, gave it favorable reports namely, Federal Court *
.' about 40 percent of their leader-
resolutions and.appropriations.
r ship expenses are met by federal *
.. The measure would create a Orders Virginia grants.If .
.S 5 committee of three senators and *

f. four'House. members with sub-! KNOWS HER NOTES One of Jacksonville's talented musicians is Miss Norma Ruth the federal'government triedto
Desegregate force integration of *
poena power and with authority Solomon who has thrilled audiences with, superb performances. The charming young musicianis meetingsor
to investigate person or other 4-H activities. Southern *
| .... any an instructor in music at Davis Street School. Shown with her is J. Hadley who has frequently states would simply refuse to take
group whose activities are ALEXANDRIA VaA federal
C'. to violence, violate state law pudge ordered Arlington Countyto served as her accompanist. S t 6 3 E I part. As a result of this colored *

L or are detrimental to the state. end racial segregation in its rural youngsters would be denied *

i The bill does not mention the public schools next year. the advantages they now get and

NAACP by name but Senate Wistrict Court Judge Albert V. Mrs. Ilia, Singletary Joins FAMU To Sue they did not want to do that, L

: A sponsors said they kne W of no Bryan handed down a formel I Greyhound Alton said.Outside ;, *
} Will Preside Over Hospital Staff
other group it would fit.and this .order restraining Arlinogton from the South other of-

-' was the prime ,target practicing racial segregation in Woman Day Event --- General Holers ficials said, segregated 4-H clubs RAYMOND ROSS II I *

; Rep. Boone Tlplett of Polk elementary schools after Jan. 31, ''"f, ',/0'J i are not maintained. There are New Stanton *

.: County, one of the 15 House I 1957 and in junior and senior high} YULEE-Mrs. Ilia Singletsary, NEW YORK. N. Y.. July 24-A relatively non-Southern) few colored states membersin becausethe Pepsi-Cola Senior Rich/fletresaOh School: : t *
the 1957. J this
members who voted against schools after September,
chairman and Mrs. Min- multimillion dollar
general damage suit rural colored grade, who is chaplainand
bill said he felt the subpoena All arguments offered by the nie Kellogg, co-chairman will t will be filed by The Greyhound side the South is population president of his home *
smalL room a member of the
-'v. power it gives to the committee is Arlington School Board and Atty. preside throughout Sunday when"Womenl's vJFr.k Corporation against General Motors band CitndHlath student *
improper and a function which Gen. Lindsay Almond were a SundaySchool
Day" will be observedin in the immediate future it teacher, presidentof
should be reserved to the judicial brushed aside by the judge. *
made choir 4 and Ambassa
the First Baptisa Church. was known here today by likewise was not kept. Never in dor-Chief the RoyalAmbassadors
branch of the government The decision came about four Miss Lucille Gilyard has been t ; Arthur S. Genet, President of all of my career have I ever seen of his *
Reps Jack Orr of Dade and weeks before a special session of tt church.
invited to serve as guest super- xr Greyhound. The suit is now in Business conducted in a more un-
Sam Gibbons of Hillsborough the State Legislature is to consider v;y *
intendent at the Sunday School preparation by two outstandinglaw businesslike way. In view of the

-: two members the Appropriate the segregation-integration hour. firms Winston, S t raw n, attitude of your company, I must ** *
Committee, voted against it Gibbons question and is the second of its Smith & Patterson of Chicago and proceed to take what
rg! ever steps
: it and At 11 a. m., Mrs. Reatha Mae \7: *
; did not speak against kind in Virginia_ N
.; Wheeler & Wheeler of Washington I[ deem necessary to protect Greyhound -
+ Orr said NAACP leadersin Miami Hubbard and Mrs. Catherine ., D. C."Greyhound. and its stockholders." *
F had told him they would Davis will be in charge of devo- t"L '
is in the businessof A. S. Genet, President *
; make available information to party-splitting fight and the tional period Mrs. Ernestine : 4.p "
official which wantedit Democratic ticket will poll a bigger Thomas, guest speaker and Miss serving the public with efficient "The following day Mr. Genet *
any group f\: 7 said, "I received the following
safe, comfortable and
without expense to the. state.Wra. i vote in November than it did Shirley Calhone as guest soloist. A- 't S
I > economical transportation" Mr. reply, by telegram, from Mr *
four years ago. Mrs. Bessie Mitchell is sched- "\-r'
I Genet said, "and the repeated and Kyes: .
undisturbedby :,
: \y
Dawson appeared uled to introduce Miss Bettye *

::' : L. Dawsoft I sharply conflicting positions of Calhone who will deliver the 1.\.,$(.i '" .,y': extraordinary Senicruiser mechanical buses delivered failuresof to "Arthur Greyhound S. Genet CorporationRe PresidentThe *

I northern and southern Democratson main address at, 3 p. m. Artee P.. Hemmend', Chicago, telegram of 14 = ---
= us by General Motors have Been your May re
r't SMerCampramih a civil: rights platform"plank oughtto A program at 7:30 p. m., will 'UL, has joined the Florida A and causing us tremendous undue ceived today May 15. On the basisof *
He said "reasonable men
conclude the da 's'activities. The M University Hospital staff as embarrassment and financial loss. my knlowledge of the facts
be able to work out their differences I' *
Rigkts Plank and I think the platform pastor, Rev. D. V. Singletary will administrative assistantMr. We cannot and will not subjectour with respect to the February 20

of make remarks.! Hammond received the passengers to haphazard treatment meeting which I attended and the ,
committee will be composed
'' bachelor of science degree from because of these mechanical facts ,with respect to subsequent *

Si Washington The veteran reasonable ,men. Tennessee,State A & I Universityand difficulties. It was perfectly ob- developments as reported to me JOYCE HOLLOWAY

Chicago lawmaker. Rep. WilliamL. Hawkins Case the master of science in hospital -:vious to me when I first came to by Mr. Monaghaa there is no Senior New Rich Stanton School

Dawson one of the three YourEditorial administration from North- Greyhound last January that the basis t for the statements in your Joyc is a member ofthe'.11A2

.... colored Democratic_ congressmen, Page western University 1,000 Senicruisers on order from I telegram. I am involved in the class where she

predicted the Democratic conven- Speaks for Progress Comes Up AgainOn I General Motors-which cost us Technical Center dedication but serves homeroom.as president Spanish of and the

tion will reach a reasonable civil $53 million-were coming through my reply to your telegram will be secretary English C of theShSta:

rights compromise and avoid, a Read Page 2 i, with certain mechanical defects. Forwarded to you within the next Student Council

September 4 Young Jaxon Gets "These mechanical defects in few days. *

the Senicruisers as originally delivered Roger M. Kyes"Mr. ** *

by General Motors, while Genet said he waited a '
ENJOYKRUEGER TALLAHASSEE Supreme not affecting Greyhound's safety reasonable length of time for the *
-! Court began its annual summer letter Mr.
t record, have substantially increased Kyes promised him. *

recess on Wednesday and will In Shooting Case our maintenance charges, When it didn't arrive-and it

BEER continue in recess through the and the past inconvenience to the i hasn't yet-he discussed the mat- y *

; month of August It is not expected Greyhound traveller has cost us ter with Greyhound's general *
Curtis Telfair, Jr, 26, of 1423
to have any rulings during substantial business embarrassment counsel who agreed that Greyhound -

that time. W. 24th Street was found'guilty The fact is that the Seni- had strong grounds for a *

Facing the justices on their return -, of aggravated assault and sentenced cruisers delivered from General damage suit. Mr. Grier Patterson, *

will be a Sept 4 hearing on I to 2% years at the State Motors were not up to the con- of the law firm of Winston, *

whether Virgil! Hawkins should Prison at Raiford by Criminal tracted mechanical standards of Strawn Smith and Patterson, on

admitted to the'University of Court.Judge William T. Harvey: Greyhound and the normal com- June 4 notified the General *

Florida Law School Atty. Gen. Telfair waived. trial by jury before mercial production standards of Motors Corporation through its .

Richard Erwin pleaded with the the judge on two charges of: General Motors" he said. general counsel Mr, Henry M. x *

to resolutionof assault to murder. Hogan of Greyhound's claims
Legislature pass a Therefire 20
on February *
Telfair and the two other men
interposition to give him an- this I met with Harlow Cur against General Motor sand suggested
other ground to go before the U. got into an argument after an tice President of the General an early conference "to see JAMES IVORY *

S. Supreme Court again on the evening of drinking at a ,Jefferson if an amicable settlement is pos-
Motors Corporation, Roger M. New BUntonl
Hawkins case. Street tavern on last Sept sible. (Editor's note: This was Senior HUh School
Kyes General Motors Corporation
16. The argument ended when *
more than a month prior to the This on-coming young
Vice-President and Philip J. Mon-
Telfair pulled out a .22 calibre Justice action business man Is presidentof
Robert aghan, General Manager of G.M.'s Department's an- the 11A-9 homeroom *
revolver and wounded nounced on July 4 against General class business manager of
Warren and Columbus Booker. Truck and Coach Division the Student Council He *
and personally complained aboutthe is a member of the Na-
The judge passed sentence in A held 19 tional Honor Society and
meeting was on July *
inferiority of the product we theVoice of New Stan-
the case'involving the shooting of for this purpose Mr. Genet said, ton Club." I
sentencein were getting. By April 20, when, *
Warren and suspended
and satisfaction obtained
no was ,
the procedures we had agreed
the,second case. upon had not been fulfilled in anyway : with the result that Greyhound is * *

I met again with G. M. offi, proceeding with preparation of w .-5G.9ratulotioas-

COLD_: PATRONIZE dais who promised to follow our the Mr.suit.Genet before his elec- from Pepsi .

CANS P iwtAZiNil suggested procedures by May 24, I who Cola to these three Merit -
6. 1 0 0 : 'Florida Star the day before our annual stock- tion as President and Chief Exec- Award winner

f ;utive officer of The Greyhound .,
FOR AdvertisersDON'T holders meeting. Not having hada
: Merit Award
0 Corporation on January 1 of this Listen to Pepsi
5:00 that date
reply by p m. on ; salutations .. Pepsi Cola
I dispatched the following tele- year was traffic-vice.president of TEEN TIME, WRHC 1400 1

'There's More Cheer in Krueger,Beer" gram to Mr. Kyes with copies to the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, on yodiet. Saturdays 10 -
-- I said that Greyhound has reacheda 11 AM.
Mr. Curtice in Detroit and Mr.
Tropicana Bar-21st: St. & Myrtle HISS Monaghan in Pontiac, Michigan.Mr. position where hundreds of mil *

lions of people are dependentupon
Enquire Bar 8th & Davis Roger M Kyes its facilities and respect its ;fr

Drive-in Liquors Kings Rd. & Rushing The Big Dance Event'THE General Motors Corporation traditional-record of performance. *
General Motors Building
"When it comes to service, I ama s
Drive-in Liquors Golf air & Brentwood CAB DRIVERS'' BALL 3044 West Grand Blvd.. zealot" he said, "and I have no -

TAXI Detroit Michigan"On intention of breaking Greyhound'sfaith e

February 20 we agreed in with teh travelling American
," Drive-in for Quick Service *
Pontiac on a certain procedure to public by not providing the best

Featuring be followed in attempting to settle possible facilities for ,enjoying

.' Ho Parking Problems! our differences with reference to travel on America's great high.I :

CHARLIE BRANTLEYand Senicruisers. This procedure was ways."

to start immediately. On April 20,

.-? Krwfer leer Exclusive{ .Withdrivein His FAMOUS ORCHESTRA in my office Mr. Monaghan de- GErrm6uPmGHTS Pepsi Cela

; nied this was our agreed procedure '
c If worried kjrBltdiUr WekaeM" OtNlcbte Dealers ef
Friday Night August 10 1056 but suggested we start as Cp or Bed Wetttnrnlnc too fro-
,Pent. or ttehtnc *rtmcUlni. Uea) Sr Jocks..rtileRatmh
I of that date and promised to con- treat .Claad*Urine,due toUrtttUooi.
LIQUORS tact me prior to my leaving for eoa-oe KMMy.ad Bladder -,
Advance Tickets1.50 -Door-$1.75
try CYST.tx for quick bcip. SOUse cue e.e
our stockholders meeting tomorrow old.Ak d
Wit: fore: ender -1Iac1t fur-
J o morning..This understanding mate*. see how feet gee tmpeew. i Wheat Hi>tag -kato a ...*..1Saturday




,tote Sb 4. 19S6

./ ;News Of interest From AllySections. Of Beautiful Floridat

Capital\City Chatter Siale-Tri Heel Church Of God-

>_ 4

I'11- ,"0, :,- 1 i Opens AegusI 29 Moderator Named

By. For Joint! Meet
t i According to an announcementby

E. A..KERSHAW",.. 4 isP Dr. C. S. Williams the annual
-'; State Tri-Meeting will be held at
= 204 Osceela ?
-- Edward Waters College, August
A. Wallace
J 9 George overseer of

Phone 2-SM9 29-31. the Southwest District is sched-

..;. Registration will begin on Aug- uled to serve as moderator at the

ust 28 and the work of the insti- joint session of the four districtsof

tute will begin on August 29. the Church of God on August
TALLAHASSEE.TLA. ... .. Hi then I hare always wanted to
On Aug. 29 at 10 a. m opening 1-5 in the Church of God 384 Mc-
scribe column for THE FLORIDA STAR, the nation's fastest grow.
service is slated at the St. Paul Leon Street.
ing weekly. Afire brief huddle with Eric O. Simpson managing
AME Church with a keynote mes- .
The opening progra mon Wed-
editor: and a final assurance that "that bread" would arrive on
sage delivered by the Rt. Rev. D. featured the Jacksonville
seMdw.-bere goes for what I hope win be pleasant reading for a'4 nesday
Ward Nichols, presiding bishop of
Gospel Chormus and Mrs. Bessie
subscribers and
you many buyers and regular readers scanners or
what have of THE FLORIDA STAR the 11th Episcopal District. Phelps, the Rev. F. B. Bell Mrs.

The secretary of missions of the Geneva Wesley, the Mayor, Chiefof

I do hope that the many readersof : AME Church, Dr. A. Chester Police and the Rev. R. P. Fair,
THE FLORIDA STAR will Clara Gibson of 1208 Calloway
R Clark is scheduled to give the Chaplain of pethun -Cookman
benefit one way or another by Street recently returned from :
address for the noon day serviceon appeared on the program.
picking up a little bit of this anda Philly and has planned to resume
August 30.
little bit of that from the capital her"studies at FAMU. Clara is a Jacksonville overseer.
Bishop H. T. Prim of the 10th W. M. Carswell and the northwest
city of Florida Hundreds of: graduate of Lincoln High School. 4

persons attending summer schoolat .. The talk of the town is the Episcopal District is speaker for overseer H. G. Poiter will also

Auguyst 31 at participate during the session.
of attractive
FAMU returned to their respective group taen-age girl

homes after a sweltering who spend quite a bit of their

summer stacked with many assignments tune playing the blocks even to
Pomona Park NewsBy
ar.d'a limited numberof the wee wee hours of the morn- News

recreational.places. There is ings 1!: %" "<' ,, ," ,'
"j1jr{ M' "
'. ....
:v ,
-yet one week to go ere it will all Very beautiful indeed was the "

.. recent of the Alfred WILLISTON-Willard Morris
be over as far as the summer wedding Rhoda Boggs. Lilly-the Strawberry Woman in "Porgy and Ben", was the pride of the entire Mrs. Florence McBride
not Mordicas at Bethel Church of Jacksonville was a recent visi-
Have Baptist
session is concerned. cast and of friends as she sang those wonderful Spirituals and inspirational songs such as "Showers of Mrs. Florence McBride and
tor here.
gotten the official figure on attendance with the Rev. C. K. Steele per- Blessings" and "1t', Me. Its Me Oh Lord" either"bfore curtain time of the show or for friends after granddaughter Robin has returned -

at FAMU for the summer forming the 'ceremony. Mrs. .Alfred -,! the show and she was always in demand. So:soothing and laying was Rhoda's spirit that Leslie from New York City, where

but if appearance means Mordica is the former Patri Scott a member of "Porgy and Beu" cast gay her the title "Queen Rhoda." Time after time Queen Mrs. Emma Knight of High they spent three weeks visiting

much there certainly must have cia Ford daughter of Mrs. Ernes: Springs was the week end guestof
I Rhoda"had to give "command performances" and in the above picture we see her enjoying singingone relatives and friends.

been a slight drop in enrollmentThis tine Ford FAMU Demonstration of those wonderful Spirituals for a group in Russia. Mrs. L. 7L Williams.

is the observation: of quite School maestra. Out of town relatives -i who Thomas Bridewell. Mrs. Carrie Herlong Deacon
Miss Boggs is now here in NYC with her family are her husband
Otis McBride Mrs.
M. F.
few persons. The general beliefis to witness lids very beautiful Tommie Jr. and her mother Mrs. Marie ConnelL: They too enjoy hearing her sing and seeing her Miss Emily Williams of Tampa Frank
Mrs. Williams and Miss
that with BethuneCookmanand affair were Dr. and Mrs. Jerome returned to her home after visit- Mary
in a performance anytime. Her son Tommle, .Jr. is talented as a singer and dancer at the ripe age Williams
Candace attended the
Edward Waters approved for Matthews and family from ing relatives and friends here.
of S
,certifying more and more teach Californiah (he's a dentist), Lt years. I union at Spuds Sunday.

era will be pitching summer campat Arthur Cary, Oklahoma, and Miss "Team Work Help and Hind-
returned to the city recently after
Daytona Beach and Jackson Barbara Ford Washington, D. C. Putnam County News visiting Philadelphia, Atlantic, rances of It" will be the topic for Williams.

.. .At this writing all Tallahasseeis discussion in the meeting of the -
N. J., New York City, Hartford
ville.A very attractive young lady waiting and all eyes are pop- BY E. J. VREEN Conn, and Canada. Home Mission Society of the New The members of the Red Circleare

buzzed me that these two towns ping to see whether Negroes willor SC8 Madison Street Palatka Florida Ida will leave Hope. Baptist Church on Sundayat scehuled to meet on Sundayin

will not ride the buses when Phone East S-302S Mrs. Coning 4:30 p. m.--rile meeting will be the home of Mrs: Ida Simmonsat
(Jax and Daytona Beach) have Sat. afternoon for New York
they resume operation .. Approximately held in the home of Mrs. L. A. 12 noon.
,much more to ,offer in additionto City for a two weeks visit with

education. Capital City forty-two boy scouts A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK"SECRET her two daughters and son-in- ,
attended the recent Suwannee
bootleggers are yet not convinced SINS WON'T STAY SECRET"Our

". they sell it River District encampment which laws.Mrs. I
that as long as
D. A. left
was held at Silver Lake. Scouts
will have to the price.
they pay
were from Franklin Taylor and New York City, where she
And what a price it is! :Even with last week guest to the movies was Mr. Loran Flowers
Leon Counties, Florida and will be the house guest of her two JOHNNY
the'recent crack down by the B-
Thomasville and Cairo, Georgia. This week we,resume our guest daughters and families.
Men Tallahassee is still considered column by sending out an invita- and is member of class number
Mrs. Mary Lee Bryant is va- Mrs. Flossie Belton, one'of Palatka's -
by the folks in the know to be tion to lady who lives
cationing in the beautiful city of a young 3. I am sure she knows this invi- popular beauticians re-
** '
the wettest dry county in with her She has
parents. one tation is for her. If she will con-
Thomasville, Ga.. She's on the turnled home from Tallahassee, AND"lumpin'
the state r. brother. We members of the
are tace I. will her 2
me passesto
attended the two
staff_at Lincoln High School .-. I where she
'"*Twas 'a* 'swanky affair the Mrs. Matthew Esteras will join same church. Her father is a fine the movies'so she can take her weeks beauty culture clinic at ---

Thomas Blokes of ,'442 Georgia her husband here in the capitsal minister. This young lady attends brother little'mother along. FAMU. '

Street put on recently. A select city this year. He's top man at Sunlday School every Sunday Mrs. Hattie Meeks arrived in Mrs. Alberta Swindell was a

few were there and had a inaxria FAMU Demonstration School and Palatka from Pamocia, N. Yn last very lovely hostess Wednesday With
good time. Guitar Collins and his she's teaching in the Tampa cityk Friday. She was accompanied by I afternoon at a lawn party givenat Johnny77COMING

combo rocked ".m up .'.m school system .. Otis'Mobley, "OBS her nephews, 'Billie and Leroy. Paradise Park for several of

down rocked 'em round 'a round. owner and manager of Campus PROGRAM SCHEDULE They are the guests of her sister, her friends.t .

Everybody left lb.party happeeel Cleaners, says that bizz has pick- Mrs. Evelyn Wilson, who will.accompany -

William Gilliam former Instructor ed-considerebly in the past few MONDAY FKIDAT them on their return toN YOUR WAY

of taidloring at Lincoln Hi. Y.
weeks even with a lull elsewhere. dee sign OB
may open a tailoring establish die .:13 Capsule News Weather' Mrs. Leroy Smith and her children MNINfi MUSCLES
Could be due to the very attrac- ':0 70 Hearen's Road (Melvin

meat ere long here or else..here."Bud" tive Betty Edwards with her poise Grace) returned to- their home in
70 73 capsule News Jk Weather 9:00 10:00 A. M.
as he is generally known and personality who's been checking ':t3 S-M The Kid (Bob Had ton) New York City last week after a -.n- pares of lirod...... oekiof mm -
S.-** 13 Capsule New Weather em with STAXKACK.tablets..eewtfeimSTAN
should make it for he is capable 'em in at the house of steam. 1:13 .:... The Kid (Bob Hudson) !very pleasant trip in Palatka as BACK ee*fart U bring....,......ereuse. .
friendly and 'knows his way a: Tal t-:01 S3 Capsule News Weather the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. ...>.....the T AN BACK f.n..toeeojsiMe 3:00 6:00 P. M.
r.'Tl3 rumored that of.
one 143 > 10:00 Jumpln with Jooanj .,.,.. .re.eH..Mea bpi ta.
round. This corner is withyou. lahassee's top Negro eateries is (Johnny Shaw) Gilyard Green lie fee art nail .*a**

Bud. When I quizzed James' about to fold or change hands. MW11:00 1111.110.3 Gospel Capsule Train News Number Jk Weather One Mr. and Mrs. Carley Bartley .

Hill..Royal Palace operator as fa (UclTix Grace)
Basic observation is that service, tii8.1113 Capsule Newt Weather Monday Thru Saturday

why he did not continue to bringin food! and the like have not changed 113 Ue Gospel Train,Number On '.'7

the name attractions for dances with the times 12e 12:15 Local(MelTta: News Grace Joyce) ij
as he once: did he replied. The Joyner) RITZ THEATREFRIDAY
12:15.1291 Man on Street (Shaw Jk
boys on the outside were making 31S N. MACOMB is the head Hudson) OVER .
: 1245 Jot Mart (Joyce Joyner)
much I the inside g:
as : as was on quarters for your FLORIDA : 10 A Woman's World (Joyce ,

Little- Willie John ...the Joyner) WHO BILL E1110TT"FAR'GO"
STAR and for cool of .
a coverage le 13 Capsule Newt Weather
TEVER" cat. pbyed'Perrr but the local happenings you'll find 11 !*o Gospel Train, NumberTwo
(Melrta Grace)
as yet no peeps on him In the :me at 204 Osceola Street with 211213 Capsule Newi Jk Weather -AND-

capital 'city I S3 3e Gospel Train, Number
thai luck number still 2.5089.DinsMore Two By the time you read this some S.-H 33 Capsule Newt Jk Weather
33 4e Jvnptn with Johnny
fourteen or fifteen teachers at (Johnny Shaw) -MONDAYr..TUESDAY, AUG. 5-6-7
418.113 Capsule News Jk Weather
. TAMU may have been called on 4:53.511 Junpln with Johnny "OUTLAW WOMEN"AND

deck about the part they are Capsule Shaw) ONLY ALL NEGRO
St S3 News Jk Weather
playing in the bus situation S3 Ce Juapta with Johnny -
Robert "Bob" Strong Strong CALLS CONFERENCERev. .:11 <*3 Capsule New Jk Weather PROGRAMMED
and Jones Undertakers is labeledby .<*3 ,:J/ The Kid (Bob B.dson)
Damon Dell, superintendent SATURDAY
the femmes in'these here partsas .:ee sun OB ,
of the Jacksonville District .:01 .*3 Capsule News Jk Weather
being Tallahassee's most prom- Methodist Church, will hold his .*3 I:** Heaven's Road 1360( On
Radio Dial"305H
ising male catch. Once married Grace) Every
third quarterly conference'at the 7e 73 Capsule News a Weather
"Bob" says "Time will tell. ., 73; =: tae Kid (Bob Button) "I SHOT JESSIB JAMES" .
Negro Bethel Methodist Church Dins- Se Capsule News Jk Weather ... -
The capital city has two :more on Sunday at 7 on. S3 te Th Kid {Bob Hudson)
policemen Officers Lee and Golden p te .13 Capsule News Jk Weather
The Rev. S. McPherson is minister 13 1.:11 Junpln with Johnny
since Officer Clarence Mitch Johnny Shaw)
of the church.Parents 11:11li3 Capsule News Jk: Weather
ell'has been, discharged. As to 1.:13 110 Gospel Train,Number One WN1'.8&CNISErrMirruT -

whether or not a third Negro (Melrta Grace) _
lo 113 Capsule News Jk Weather
policeman will be employed this 113 U** Gospel Train,Number One
has not learned The Liable (Melvin Grace) ,. 1 iF +i ...T110 ((110 OR Z1tiN&bs
comer > f Ue UO5 Local News (Joyce

da of the "Doc Jive RecordShop" Joyner) % .
ys A1f fi51IrAl1iillEj AJ484.w
12:15 -12:18 Man Oa Street (Shaw Jk / a
apparently numbered. Hudson) 4 / /r w BJkT1dN(7
are + J
For TeenAgers'Destruction 12-M- 1245 Job Mart (Joyce Jeyaer) 0E 5Wai-IF IT WERENT TORTVF ,Ky / POOR % 7 Au.r1 .
From all indications quite a .
f. 1245 1t1 A Woman's World (Joyce F ,?

few of the majorette positions 111.113 Capsule Joyner) News Jk Weather

the Lincoln Hi squad are wide 13 2e Gospel Train Number
AcisTALLAHASSEE Two (Melrta Grace)
open. Reason: Former majorettes 20 23 Capsule News Weather
learning to play Instrumentsand 2:83.318 Jnmpta with Johnny J't 't
are (Johnny Shaw) ) .
they enjoy this much more -A bill mak- 3t 33 Capsule News Jk Weather 81 Z1'
33 4e Jumptn with Johnny e.1r s-.s.sir M,
than twirling .,. ing parents liable in civil suits (Johnny Shaw)
4e 43 News
Capsule Jk Weather
The 'Sam Smiths: (he's the for the destruction of property by 43 -,5e Jnmpta with Johnny

plumber) will be moving' ,into their children 18 years of age or .:01 S3 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)Jk Weather 1../ t ,

their palatial horn before long. younger was passed by the Sen- 53 818 Juniptn\ with Johnny r--T -
(Joanny Shaw
Ills the 'most Abriek structure ate Tuesday CM -:31 The Kid (Bob Huber\ )

of 'Ifs The curb .:Jt Sirs Off -' IN A -
with the latest everything. measure, designed to SUNDAY _Lx s; Bbt7T1R

Just ,diagonal from the John C. juvenile delinquency, is, similarto Ce lip 0Ja WKE 6UY/ F 1NG tJIT' i
.*t 71 Beam's Read Yenta 1 SEA WNY t' 5116
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ROey Elementary _School .. one in Michigan which sponSors Grace) sIucl L aPOOR'1'NMa

Freeman HoJHday owner 'and said had cut that state's delinquency 7 7:tI-:3I I. HeaTens KoadIU ;!'
Latimofe Gospel Staten 2' gJr
manager of The Chicken 'Shack in half. lt 13 'Oral.en..
S-J te BeaTaa1 Road
attributes the success of his business It permits suits for' damages to 1i1. l.*e Bishop Johnson

to the very fins staff of be brought_ by the state,. cities :te IfSt'Heavenly Btaters Fire Gospel .

worker he has there. Be likes county school districts, corpora. 'ti 3B 11** Buft 'l Boad
u11sale Boaves Bead i iee
none of the credit himself but this tions unincorporated organizations II le.; Hmaven's Rood x

carat knows that Freemaa Holli- and religious organizations.The 211.111.210! sue Heavest Heaven's Read Road
cay.hu,what it takes to keep.his maximum amount that could 131 391 Camre \ h Ib3 )
3M -4Lea t
staff eyer-rsady and hU hundreds be recovered from parents for WE i( 1.. ,
.f customers happy .' Miss vahdalism would be $300. tie 4:3i-ti/ 2


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Li 1 I Sua Wrap

; Althea Gibson Wins. The Grass ;Court Tennis Crown i

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Alliw, DcMisirafes File Ability I GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURY I Trade" Ribiftsoii I Virginia Union Announces Schedile

h Fein. Aid Earfen TiiriuteiiALTHEA 'SCOREC SUGAR'RAYQUB/NSt7N> A -cNNc4L KNOCkt'J' :Inks Ctfd For Virginia Union will open its nine game schedule with West

OUT OveR \lAKE LAA107H4 -' Virginia State at Institute, West Virginia September 15, 1956. The
70 Wit) 7h'G M/DD 4G5Hr77TLE first home game will be played with A& T College on September 20.
/AI ONE or- THE MOST r 4 i.G.RJEWNG The Rookie Title Elizabeth
City State Teachers
Miss Gibson entered the finals .z..Z GREATEST College is a newcomer to the
by eliminating Mrs. Francis,A. C. F/QHTS OF'TLI.B. CENTURY I schedule. The 1956 schedule is as follows:

Vosters, another Wilmington, DeL CINCINNATI Frank Robinson Sept 15, 2 p.m.-West Virginia State-Institute, W. Va.5epL .
competitor 6-2,64.in one of the /.3r!'ROUdD the 22 2 p.m-Elizabeth City State Teachers-Elizabeth City N.C.
CHICAG<::). -k ex-Sally League sensation -:
semi-finals. Mrs. Du Pont reached t ., I Sept 29, 8 pjn.-North Carolina A & T-Richmond (Night)
.9S' ,, I appears at this point of the
the ,finals with' a 6.2.6-3 win baseball Oct 6), 2 p.m-Howard University-Washington, D. C.Oct .
tFE season to be in the lead
over Miss Fageros. -' F-t. !t for Rookie of the Year honors.' 13, 8 pjn.-Lincolnn University (Pa.)-Richmond ,(Night)
Mrs.Du Pont, former U. S.and T Oct 27, 2 p.m.-Virginia State College-Richmond, Home Coming
Wimbledon champion, dependedon J I \LP-J, irI r, other Although first he may man not get 'it, no to, Nov. 3, 2 nm.-Morgan State CollegeBaltimoreNov.
year appears
Y twist serves, drop shots and 10, 2 pm.-Maryland StateRichmondNov.
4. be holding the Cincinnati Reds
position stroking while Miss Gibson ) 22, 1:30 p.m.-Hampton Institute-Hampton-Thanksgiving
rookie a close race.
featured a powerful service
A + deep drives an dcoiistantly moving Robinson, won distinctive hon-

wYa about There \res an inter- I 'r' ors when he was chosen for the Saxon Gets OkayTo Major CummingsJoins
estsing contrast in the different starting line in his first year in'

styles of play by the two compet- .the majors for the All-Star game Fight Basilio OldTimersMajor
itors. I and this one feat alone gives him'

Miss Gibson, who plans to playin t an edge over other rookies. Since

two more tournaments before. -I joining the Redlegs, Frank has NEW YORK-The New York Taft Cummings a veteran -

seeking the National title at QUE/S JOS7sY i been somewhat of a sensation at State Boxilng Commission -has of 25 years active service in

i forest Hills, Long Island, New SIZE bat In his first 71 games he hit: given Johnny Saxton the green the Army and recently returned

l York, succeeded Louise Broughas : 18 homers, had 79 hits for a total i light and he will give Carmen home after his retirement from

GIBBON'PHILADELPHIAIn Pennsylvania and Eastern of 146 bases and had 'driven in i Jasilio a chance to regain the the service will play very active

one of I queen. !39 runs. welterweight crown in Syracusein part in the sponsoring of the an

the firiest demonstrations of su- iZ RlD4iiNS .1N It is.customary for a newcomerto September. nual Liniment Classic which is
perb performances ,to be dis- Florida Normal Names 7l[E IUELTEi2 1QEGfIT start out with an advantage of Saxton won the title from Ba- composed of' oldtimers who have

played by an,athlete was done by TITZB.4r being a stranger to the pitchers silio in Chicago last March 14 by seen active service on- the baseball -

Althea Gibson in winning the Commencement SpeakerDr s ri.+cr and usually hits better the first decision. Saxton has previouslybeen diamond in years past.

Grass Court title by defeatingMrs trip around the league than he banned in New York.State The oldtimers game is scheduled

William Du Pont in the Gilbert L. Porter Execu- I does on his later trips. Frankie since the commission headed by fort Friday night August 17,

Pennsylvania and Eastern States tive Secretary of the Florida State !averaged .310 the first time Julius Helfand had refused to ate the Myrtle Avenue Baseball

Lawn tennistournament.. Teachers Association will deliver SPORTING UP .around. On the second trip he hit license his manager Frank Pal- Park. The game is sponsored by

Miss Gibson was able to do'the the commencement address for .258. When lie went lame in a ermo. the YMCA to benefit its building
the summer session exercise at game at St. Louis on July 1 and fund drive and the major has
trick with speed accuracy, power II The ban was lifted ,when Hel-
and timing such as that used-ln Florida Normal and Industrial had to leave the game, he had fand decided it was preventing joined forces to help make this

her, recent triumphs through College on Saturday August at BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON I raised his season's average to Basilio from trying to re-win the game the largest in attendanceand

Europe and Asia At 28 the wizard 10 a.'m, in the Heckscher Gym ERNIE BANKS the Chicago meet Irwin doesn't show any title. Saxton had previously said the best in attraction since

.of the tennis court, as Miss natorium. Cubs.sensational shortstop and signs of folding up. .324.Left field has long been a he w aswilling to give Basilio a the game was organized.
Major Cummings, who volunteered
Gibson has so often been termed, record breaker in home runs,for BIG JARRING JOE DIXON a problem in Cincinnati, but Rob- chance to regain the champion- -
his services to the "Y"brings
won.six matches without the loss shortstops last season is again 225-pound guard has been chosento inson seems to be the nearest ship and was ready anytime he
YOUR HOROSCOPE wide knowledge and broad
of a set in rolling up smashing pounding the ball at Ii terrific captain the Grumbling College thing to Cincinnati's left field had the go sign.Cardil1als.
experience to the "Y" work. He
victories in the week-long tourn- rate this season. Up to this point. football team this falL Dixon than anybody else in recent :
attended the
physical trainingand
ament at the American Cricket (Continued from Page 2)) Banks has socked 21 round-trip- was chosen in 1953 but went into years. Barring accidents illnessor athletics directsors school in

Club finances it is all the more impor- pers. 49 RBI's. and a .283 batting the army before the season start- lameness and he can hold the Call Fort Lee Va., the volleyball

In the first set, Mrs. Du Pont tant that you obtain suggestionsand average. Many of the fans ed. Dixon follows right along pace he is now setting, he is almost clinic at Nurnburg, Germany, the

won only the second game as the whole-hearted backing of thought Banks should have been the same tradition of Tank" a sure shot ,for the Rookieof CharliePeele all sports clinic at West Point

second-seeded Miss Gibson broke the individuals who share your given a chance to play a little in Younger.Dennis, Johnny' Wil the Year honors. Military"Academy.: He has -Par-

through Mrs.Du Pont's service in hopes and objectives. It will be the .Stu'game..* but Brooklyn Hams James Turner Willie Davis Robinson is only doing in Cin- ticipated in baseball Softball,

the third game and then went on through wise shopipng practices Dodger Walt Alston the man in and othe rfootball/ greats'who cinnati what' was predicted of him ST. LOUIS-Charlie Peete the volleyball, 'boxing, basketball,
to an victory of 61. The power. chose to let him remainon have put Grumbling College on while he was with Columbia of
easy as wen as through your own per- new outfield rookie of the St football, polo, field and track.
loser put up a much stronger sonal efforts that you,will obtain the bench. the football map. the South Atlantic League. Louis Cardinals, was leading the During the YMCA Day Camp

fight in the second set, althoughshe good value,"excellent services and BROOKS LAWRENCE, the EZZARD CHARLES continues American Association in batting Major Cummings served as volunteer -

lost the service in the third high-dividend paying investmentsor pitcher the St Louis Cardinals to beef_ about being ..able to when called to Busch Stadium, Day Camp Youth Leader

game, backhandling the crucial profits. thought was all washed up has knock Archie_Moore out in record Gene Baker Sidelined the home of the St. Louis Card- and because of his wide knowledge -

point into the net. The two then 1-30-22-12-63-498 won 13 straight games since they ,time. He proved how he, would With Ailment inals. of the different sports, the

traded service wins before Miss!I traded him to the Cincinnati Red- fare against Moore in his fight Leg The 21-year old centerfielderwas camp this year is considered one

,Gibson won the 10th and decide PISCES legs. He is the first pitcher in the !with Young Irish Pat McMurty. promoted from the Omaha of the best ever held. The boys
ing game with a volley place- of the team with more Charles lost the 10-round decision BROOKLYN The Chicago
Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 history farm club at the same time the took advantage of the opportunityto
ment. The forward looking view is than 400 pitchers over the span of to Pat McMurty. Cuybs' second baseman. Gene Redbirds optioned out Charly learn many things about

the backbone of progress. Anything years to win his first 12 games. .HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSON Baker was forced to sit on the Harmon, another Negro player. sports. -

you can do to improve your Elmer Riddle set the previous the long, lean and,lanky slugging sideline when the Cubs went in reported to the Cards togethr. Executive Secretary James W.

For EYE GLASSES personal qualities as well as your, club record with 11 back in 1941. outfielder-infielder of the Kansas I the game against the Dodgers in Peete and Bob Blaylock (white) Word of the YMCA and the

C.I.r See make the time been Athletics the title of the seconld game because of a Board of Directors welcome the
mind will spent SOLLY DRAKE has re- City won I When Peete was called up to
JACK ANDERSON well worth while when the moment called from St Paul of the American "Athletics'' Best Buy" by the pulled muscle in his left leg. the parent club he was hitting! comong of Major Cummings. In

HI W. FMIyt4t ,1:. !SL 9-1750 to give spurs to your ambi, Association by the Chicago Athletics. Arnold Johnson ownerof Before being sidelined in the the ball.at a .352 clip for Omaha. working with the Liniment Classic -

CATKINS TO RETHSO OR tion arrives. The joy of living: Cubs. Drake, an outfielder started the Athletics says Simpson is second game of a double headerin He had recorded 114 hits for 324 the game this year can profit

WORKING PEOPLE seems to hinge mainly on the: the season with the Cubs but the best buy he has made out of the meeting of the tw oclubs at bats, and included among his by the knowledge and experienceof

happy relations you can create ir I later in the season he was optioned the 25 since the team moved from Sunday Baker had started '344 hits were 14 homers. Peete has Major Taft Cummings.

your Ultimate and public circles o to St Paul During his Philadelphia. Simpson formerly consecutive games since June 19, knocked in 52 runs in 90 games.In .

WATCH .THIS CLOWN The talents you possess can be! stay with St. Paul he batted .332 played for the Cleveland Indians. 1954. addition to his terrific bat fluid Ren lol

refined, your cultural interest in 52 games. Infielder Ed Win- BILL RUSSELL one of the ting he is regarded as a very
74'- turned into artistic;, musical 01 r ceniak has been sent to St Paul. greatest basketball players to defensive His
65-3 capable player.
$ '
: dramatic channels, and youi in exchange for Drake. ever play the game and an All- of the Cincinnati Reds is fielding is rated tops by the PAIRKM
110-249-18 shared by those close ing ver yheavily on Negro players -
pleasures TEX ROBINSON former Temple American continues to lead the Omaha management Peete is
to you. University football star will San Francisco Dons to their large to play a major part in help- expected to add offensive and defensive -

7 8 96-20-13-58-621 soon make his departure for Canada score victories on their good will ing the Reds to clinch the National power to the Cardinals.ORAdEL .. PAIN .! HKAOACHC. NCUftAL
League pennant. He is OU. MCURITI w<* STANVACK TAB*
where he will play pro'foot tour. It was their second straight LtTSr POWOCftB. STAN SACK U
4 Tex drafted in the South American counting on Brooks Lawrence, .* .*. i.KNiMt i ........ STAN.
; ball. Last was victory .
year pitcher, Frank Robinson, outfielder BACK ....iMe ...,... m4 iu tty .....*
5 / by'the Cleveland Browns but was Country. O O r.Ii.Ms ifIte .ie s a W=. r-
the training THE PHILADELPHIA PHIL- Bob Thurman,nitility and TM 4d .ff.ctivMMM .> KMMMULTIPIC
leased during
357-38-142 now that he has called in Pat ifi4<..t/bri ff f::,::
few .
period. LIES one of the major league "-Os.. .4.f .iM.
colored Scantlebury a lefthanded pitcherto ....,..uaai.. MIIq. .... ,
77-89-21 Who clubs without players
GilletteSuper aid in the he has fourthat
Stewart cause Tell BTANBACK gtff4, ..
starred for Prairie ViewA signed ,James a 21yearold
formerly he count on. AS.4at AAl
s.MtHM. .fee'sSMMHMM -, & M will take a second fling at catcher to be assigned to the -
...'. .... Speetf RAZOR football with the Cleveland Olean, N. Y. team in the Class D Vf1fhe M
H. add, ..!atrach III
Detroit Pony League.
Browns. He was the For Best Buys
H. asks it ell ...... VfffMSLUtllA&fOtSttNSBt "'- N of.the New York
AMD Lions sixth draft choice in 1955 = i ,
f1YREHE GEE and stayed with the Lions Giants continues to play jam-up READ

For August llth through the entire pre-season game at first base and his base The "Florida Star"

34-69-71 schedule, but was released just hits are'coming through with i Shopping GuideOn

before the regular season started. telling effects. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
JOHN CHANEY former :Be- Page

ethune-Cookman basketball star in with football 67 candidates team battling started out for LOW PRICESOn
is how playing pro
"REVOLT OF MAMIE STOVER" the Eastern Basketball League pos tions. The newcomers will NAIL
battle such seasoned starsas
have to
PLUS with the Sunbury Pa, team. YOU?
Lennie ,Ford. ,Fred Morrison. Your
SUN. THRU SAT.ISQUARE JUNGLE"AU6UST While attending BethuneCookman Renfro Maurice lSOedlateRtl
Don PuL Ray
5,11. TONY CURTIS Chaney was rated as the best '
Bassett Ed Modzelewski Don DRUG STORE NODS ,
in the
all-around floorman A tar to*01 OCTCZ09 MiMM4unMBtta .
Hal and 1.ovrcao
Colo Loin Gross Bradley vex.n.. ra.tMn .at. .
WILLIE IRVIN one of the 65 some of the others who have _... .-t u..a0 to lie..a..e..u...thM Rva.a.bI. CIIe
lOOSEfELT SKY VIEW candidates for the Philadelphia made gridiron history. with the ..1.I: o Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store'
Eagles' football team is also a
s... Tes. .,- Aeost S.7 s... T.... Afwt. S -7 terrific besketball player. Whileat BIG PAT SCANTLEBURY, left We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
B** let bal WAMP WOMENi i Florida A & M College he been recalledby
handed pitcher-has;
: played forward on their champ- Reds. The Reds Local Papers
MM Cincinnati *
Grace K. Wex. HeUea
's LAWWee MitkevT4. ..... ionship SIAC juad. sent,Big Pat to the Havana club

MONTE IRVIN seems to be a of International. League. Pat The Q.icket The EeilertWey ,
S-9 Te Leer
TfamAf t
-CABOUSflL" Gee. left -"MLj ACE" plague to the New received notice to report at once.
Shirt. "NI6HTMAM' "u.nsnAH6I'WITM time' the Giants and the 'MOORE, the recent
RwPhn. Cubs meet. The Giants sold Irvin J. J. Parker ofCanada
'- winner over big
Fri' ft Set.=- Ani.sf 10-11 PHONES EL '.1597-"
IH .Jka WeyaeAN&L last year to their farm team, the in his usual ,blast of '
A.iel.. :ne M.1.tte We fteihrer w. Alt fill All Deed.,, ?re or & &MAN" Minneapolis Millers. The Cubs words says Floyd Patterson will EL 4-0639

....is J....*. AH" Ntfre saw the same old fire hi Irvin the not,be,ready-for him in September. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
J. C. PENNEY'S'tRE SHOW "KWARE- George-Perpena
10:00 A.M.THURS, AUG. 9th fun Chapter 2 Giants saw' iehen.he was a star at He doesnH believe the hand lilts AT OUR STORE'
TAUNT CONTEST FRI. HITS HII6HTUS Of NORTHWEST. the Polo Grounds' and bought will be'properly'healed. 1134 W. 5th Street

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For the last,time I"must repete. It just ain't no use in 'fussingabout
: the weather. It won't be :long. now. Fall is just about a .1
month and a;little"more. ,around the corner.. We have'one.'consolation -
-it is no half as.hot in Jacksonville as it will be in Chicago next
week wben the-national,convention sbegin to meet. Looming over
the mammoth stock yard convention hall is an enormous black UNTIL
cloud This cloud is Samand, us and our problems. The Democrats
,and the Republicans can no longer ignore the Negro problemw. This I
.. comer agrees'with the recent issue of Collier's Magazine whe,'ml 9
places the GOP,in the best position. The picture is this. Both
parties need the Negro vote in order to win. The Negro is'demanding -

,, justice ,and not appeasement. If,the Demos write in a strong FRIDAY I
civil rights plank in theii platform, the South will bolt. Since the
Demos meet first it is their move. If the Demos fail to make a move NIGHTS '
then,the GOP can sit steady in the boat and :woo the Negro vote.
The magazine points out that the Negro vote is the balance of
" power in the five key Northern states. These states have 156
elesctoral vctes o r three-fifts the number needed to elect a president -
Negro leaders in the Northhave indicated that they will
support the party-with the strongest civil rights plank regardless to
their own political ties. All wecan say is wait and see.

,: On the local front it is of the utmost importance for us to get
more names on the books. We must try and get every person of
age who is not a voter to register. By registering we can meet the
boys in Tallahassee at the polls next year. ,
Last week we attnded a very 'nice affair. The Borsalino's 7 PC. Modern Sectional Group

Social Club had their.first anniversary celebration at the Richmond r
Hotel Dining Room. William Ellison is president of the very pro-
gressve group of young men. Clyde Kirkpatrick, the Paige twins; a 2-Pc. SECTIONAL: SOFA
James McBride, Brother Bradley, Willie Anderson and,, Pete Vance '
were among'the fellows who made, things nice for the guests. ,, ''Y a BLONDE CORNER TABLE

Stork Deptl 'Bob and Margaret Brown are the proud parentsof 9 MODERN TABLE. LAMP
bouncing boy. Mrs. Brown is the former Margaret Joyner cf
the Kings Road,Joyners Willie and Shirley Battle Anderson i a METAL SMOKER 189
their first-born. The mother is a former '
welcomed pretty girl as '
"Florida Star" stenog Sorry to hear that Jimmy and Muzette : : .
Moton Butler lost,their expected new arrival, 9 OPEN AN ACCOUNT
Marie McClain has asher guest her sisterLillie Barton of Philadelphia CHARGES ;.
Lillie is a Florida gal who has been living in the City cf -
Brotherly Love for a spelL While in ,the city she has journeyed to ,
neighboring towns visiting and socializing. We must.say that both

gals,make- winsome duo. The Big Furniture. Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams
Laura Wynn has just blown in from the Windy City. Her firm
Fuller Products has just concluded its annual sales meet. All of _
the'sessions of th e meet were held at exclusive Palmer House, :
. one of Chicago's top hostelriees. She only smiled when we askei i
her about her association with Ulrich Ferguson the Nassau playboy.If 8 PC. Bedroom -
Lovely GroUI) : :
you have noticed the patch on Seth Darby's nose, don't think r i
he has had plastic surgery foe the damaged organ. He just had an
'accident.Y p his nose and the other part of another gent's anatomy.We I
have'seen about everything. Ox demons passed the office 9 DOUBLE DRESSERS !
'decked out in salmon bermuda shorts with pink and salmon acces
sories. We,can bet Ox was colorful if,nothing else. LARGE CLEAR MIRROR $
Lawrence Wesley came in from Daytona and surprised his wife r
friends'of -
Peggy with a birthday party. Mutual the couple gathered -
and a good time was had b yall. INNERSPRING MATTRESS j'
About Town: John "B. B." Pickens is .looking for Nip Sams. (
Pickens says he has larceny in his heart for Nip Frank Hampton MATCHING BOX SPRINGS, j
is being seen more and more squiring PrisciHa Walker the Morris ;' ", '"' .
.. Brown co-ed We goofed last week Jonas Ayres is. in: town .* 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS ; '
not Lis brother Wilbur as previously reported: 1
We went through the '' oods" last week for the first tune in !
, '.... ages. Stopped by..the Silver Star'and chatted with our'old 'frieni 1
Alfred Deal. We even had a bite to eat in the Silver Star Grill and '
were surprised to know of the food service offered. Open An Account At The South's Outstanding- Furniture Store 1
Moseyed over to Weavers and chatted with "Weaver Calhoun.
Colhoun has just returned from Bethune Volusia Beach and he is 1I
singing praises of the resort 'No matter where you go, youcant I
miss Johnny Jackson. Drove down to the KY 600 Club &t
Jacksonville Beach and there was Johnny big rs life. j
There are rumors that one of the popular rite spots may inaug 1 PC. Chrome Dinette Group I
urate a new entertainment policy. Watch this column. Connie ,
Gibson Doby and her hubby Randolph are visiting their families + 'j
The Dobys make their home in Milwaukee, Wisconsin now. ,Speaking COLORFUL CHROME TABLE
of the Gibson family, big brother Harold, the insurance salesman t -4
r who, lives in Tampa for the,time being is introducing Helen Scottof : .. :" e 4 MATCHING CHAIRS
Tampa to folk,as "the one". We wish him luck and are waiting !
to see and throw rice. 4 MATCHING CUPS I
_ The Negro Deputy Sheriffs will hold their first annual; ball at \ i I Ino.
the Two Spot Monday, August 6. Featured will be Lillie Little
Willie John singing"Fever Fever".. We won't know what he means c+ 4 DECORATOR PLATES j
but we wilt be there to see. .
This is to all you skeptics who scoffed at Flattop's car in the t 4 COLORFUL BOWLS I
comics and said, "A car with TV-impossible". Take a:gander at i
Sheriff Burney's new Chrysler. Yep. He has a TV set in the backsat e OPEN AN ACCOUNT .
; In addition a circular antenna on the top of the car. We
looked the car over. and couldn't.find place for Burney to add any a ,
more godgets. He has a combened rolling house and arsenal. '
_ _"Mable:Tlagler and Lois Randolph spoke while passing. Mable ...it' f x
leave**,Saturday to return to New York ... Paula Williams has BRAD J.R
just returned from New York and points East. She will spend some. ;
tune here before returning to her post in Miami l 1IW5Wlnnl'S ::
The boys on the,blocks are shaking their heads when they are Apt ,
told that a well known figure "caught" 31 for $1500 last weekend.His 1
friends don't,think he's a gambling man. .
Folk on Myrtle Avenue in the 12tht Street sectipt1.are wondering ADAMS ADAMS
who the tbree.quarter'nude young lady was who made a hasty The South's Outstanding Furniture Store
exit from a home in the vicinity and hailed a cab: Seems as tho I
hubby and wife were on a break wifey decided to forgive hubby -
and came back home unexpectedly; so all girl friend could do was .
vamoose. She did so with all her hide but lost considerable dignity. HeIpWaitte
LATE FLASH '- According to Frank Smith. Friday nils, YOUNG HAN WANTED
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