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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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August 18, 1956
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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."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 18, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00287

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Preceded by:
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VOL. 6 No. 26 And NEWS JACKSONVILLE." FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. 1956 15 Cents

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Father Shot Bishop-Nichol Goes. o Europe

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Weak Civil ,
Plank ,
,
Rights I '.
DaughterA ;:;- .


e .

I young Jacksonville woman is ;'$P-; Y, Ii ,. .
..
Is Adopted By DemocratsPoor charged with shooting her fatherin : I o
the lower part of his stomachdu

ing a family quarrel I'

The victim of the shooting is II'

-- -- -- .. George Gatson, 41, of 1581 West
21-t: Street and charged with the

Civil Rights Plank I Jackson's Ouster Seen As assault, Lou is Anna his 26-year-old Gatson.It daughter -

was reported to police that

May Drive Negro Voters Setback Democracy wes which the began result when of the an father argument.arrived -

home and order his daughter y
Lou Anna to remove some x

To SupportRepublicans. I Jackson May Run As IndependentNeed clothing to sleep.The off. the bed so he couldgo

For ;
Negro Registration Emphasized young woman is reportedto
have told her father that the rig

Chicago -Adlai E. Stevenson captured the presidential nomina- BY ERIC O. SIMPSON clothing belonged to one of his
tion in a wide margin'over Gov. Averill Harriman as the Democrats Democracy.! Americanism decency fair-play and all things otter daughters and that he

adopted a watered down civil rights plank that may well cost them honorable. were dealt the proverbial swift kick in. the pants last should let her move them. An

the Negro,vote* Thursday when ,members of the Democratic Executive Committee heated argument followed and a
about democratic selected for the justice of peace and constable posts all of the candi- stated Lou Anna .a
In a successful attempt to keep day plans. police report secured -
the South, from bolting the party ,Clarence Mitchell. Washington I aiesnominate4.br the people.in;the:-May**-'*primaries except one-A. a .22 pistol_from a clothes

the convention bowed. to the director of the NAACP describedit _Negro.__ _Ait9mey"Ernesi_ ,_ .. ____... J>..Jaebo .'; : ... closet_ and' threatened to shoot" her r s. "aw _"?"
'n n..u' .n *
southerners and omitted the ts the "biggest pile of fertilizer .. "x;:.,..];.:.*;m",=,<,''>;y.!"<- 'V'.u >, --." father. -* OFFTO EUROPE-=.Bishop D, Ward TTtcholt. Presiding Prelateof
clause that called for the upholding outside the stockyards." ?" Boree. In the runoff/Miss, Bryan According to a witness Gloristin the 11th Episcopal District (Florida) AME Church: Dr. Ruffiri
He had called Adlai Stevenson I it' polled 90 votes to 82 for Boree, Nichols No ,eU.. Bethel AME
the Supreme Court ruling on on 1 -* Gatson the victim grabbedhis Pastor Church Wilmington-Delaware:
segregation- : and Averell Harriman to a. who has been engaged in a"writein" daughter's hand and in the Mrs. Thelma Anderson Noisette and Mrs. Kay Bailey Nichols are_

Many Negro leaders are ex- help fight the plank on the con- campaign against tussle' Lou Anna is alleged to',shown as they departed on a visit of European countries behind the

pressing the view .that -adoptionof vention floor. I i f ,J. } 4rJc Jackson election. in the November general have shot the gun twice, wound- I Ircn- Curtain.' .
a weak civil rights plank with Mitchell called it a 'clear cut I ing her father in the stomach. ---- -- --
The Democratic Executive
Adlai Stevenson who has been opportunity'_ for the two candi* i
described as a "double talker"as dates to live up to their pious ?__ Committee is composed of 354 Eastside Youth DrownsIn
whites and 48 Of the
the standard-bearer is the declarations on racial matters.If -1 a""(. Negroes. Doctor's Plea
& 48 committeemen listed
Negro
stone that will drive Negroes these two can't bring about {fZ;
throughout the country into the strong- civil rights statement at :, '!f 5' Ya 35 participated in Thursday's

arms of the Republican Party the party convention be he asked'i nominations.Editor's Note: Assuming that For License Sight Of Twin Brother
which has made some notable how can they
Jeckson: won all the Nero com-
contributions to full citizenshipfor push such legislation through
colored'people.. Congress? He said the drafting mitteemen's voles the' figures Denied By Courl I A 19-year-old Eastside youth met tragic death last Monday
would indicate that he
Even ex-President Truman who subcommittee settled for double was afternoon'when he died from drowning while swimming across Rain-.
early in the convention; had hint- talk when it had the chance to r.ERNEST favored by at least 20 whites. \ bow Lake, an Eastside recreation and fishing camp.
The result of last I .
ed-that he favored a stand for a make a bold historic statement Thursday's Tallahassee Dr. A. O. C :mp- l ,. ,
!
strong civil rights plank bowed Calling it a 'phony plank anda demonstration of unsportsmanlike belt,, Tallahassee physician who
to the South for the sake of, falsetto squawk,' he said it is .,-, -'" behavior and rank prejudice,.does was convicted on abortion chargeslost ',W Pre-planning For
-"unity in the party." 1 worse than appeasement. He said i: D. JACKSON not mean Jackson is completely his Circuit Court battle this

An NAACP official had ,a few, i. would spread confusion in: "-. travesty or justice" out.- The young lawyer who lefta week to have his license restored. Teachers
last Wednes-; Northern.communities. sick bed in Brewster Hospitalto The physician's license BeginsPreplanning
choice words to say i I was suspended -
In balloting held in. the Duval address the Committee indi- o
I ITllCkers' I by the State Board of
Armory under the direction of l
cated that he re-enter the
may sessions for Duval
Medical Examiners after a circuit
Bids For Certificates Committee Chairman Edgar W. race as an independent in November court jury convicted him of manslaughter I County Negro teachers and principals
Waybright the committeemen and
which time citizens will
at in the abortion death ofa began Friday, August 17,
committeewomen selected nine have a chance to vote for him with principals meeting with Mrs.
Jacksonville mother and
performing -
For Fall justices of the peace and nine
Delayed Investigation. constables'T including Justice of again. an illegal abortion on a Iva T. Sprinkle, Superintendentof
of the of
When told outcome Jacksonville high school girl anda Public Instruction and Dr. J.
the Peace Sarah Bryan who was j/
"
the balloting Jackson said it Irving Scott, Supervisor of Negro
Tallahassee divorcee, all white. 1
I ;: <
Tallahassee The Cabinet last Tuesday delayed for further investigation defeated by Jackson in May. seemed unbelievable that the f x. 1' -
in the Administration
: "" Schools
certificates made two Dr. Campbell appealed the con- .' ,i .
the application for new by The special balloting came as a Committee would repudiatethemandate ?; in Jacksonville.
Building
teachers who had their certificates canceled in a "creditsbuying"scandal result of a Circuit Court ruling but viction to the State Supreme '' : I lf:
of the people, quickly t : School secretaries met the same
-
that rocked the"state.The that the present five districts Court and filed a suit here asking ) \< 1 .
his which
added that ouster
two, teachers, Muriel Boyd The Cabinet: decided to delay were set up unconstitutionally.Third went against the principles'of democracy Leon County Circuit Court to invalidate 1 ,:;::;-t't.t : day Attendance with Ralph Department W. Ogden. of the the
Hamilton and .action until the governor returns the license suspension, ,. : -;
of County
Darby in First Poll >
-
emphasizes the need for '-;. ,':I.:::Ik 'ih: i Administration Building from 9
from Chicago. claiming the medical board had;
Bevelyn Rebecca Washington third in the first Negro of voting to :.,,.. : .,..
Jackson ran every age register ,. :,;, ; a. m. tolp.i.
of Jacksonville were no right to take his license while :-' ...... I
Demps I poll of votes receiving 55 to 109 H. and vote in the November I On Monday from 9 a. m. to 3
27 Negro teachers accusedof his Supreme Court appeal was JOHN SPENCER ;
among for Miss Bryan and 81 for Ray elections. m. all teachers, school secre-
j p.
buying credits from the regis- Blind Student I pending. Twin brother drowned !
taries and principals will reportto
trar at Florida Normal and Industrial Judge Taylor upheld the medi- James Spencer who lived with I
Star Editorial Praised For Promoting their respective school .build.
Memorial College St. cal board's action and ruled that his parents at 1459 East 21st St|

Augustine. Certificates of all 27 Gets ScholarshipPaul conviction of a felony althoughan was attempting to swim across! ings.The 'of
were canceled June 29 after a Good Relations' And Is RecordedIn appeal is pending is sufficient Rainbow Lake, a feat he had per- District Four Meeting' .
(Continued on Page 8))
hearing before Gov. LeRoy Col. basis for revocation or suspensionof formed frequently in the past.His

-line- and____ the 'Cabinet Board of, Behn. of 603 W. Fourth St., Congressional Record Of U. S. a medical license.On twin brother John who was
has again been awarded a scholarship -
April 10, Dr. Campbell was
Education. .. in the recreation hall while the!
'
l by the American Foundation : '\ > --4; : % '. sentenced. four in Crusaders MasonsIn
serve
Stale School Superintendent .' 't ':> ;x years victim was attempting the feat!
Thcmu D. Bailey said neither of :: for the Blind in New York state prison but execution of the said James had reached about 50!

the two women admitted buying 'or study during the 1955-57 4 ;: ': sentence has been deferred pending feet from the shore when he Special Meet '
academic year, according to an AE, ( fatt9_ the outcome of the appeal
credits but did admit they were tjt seemed to be in trouble and appeared j
announcement by the executive .. .... ." .
-
not enrolled in the college when ,;_01 to be calling for help. '
director of the foundation, N, It announced that
was an
the disputed credits were awarded. .: < i i1u0EyMr.m.c. : j John and other witnesses, went j i
Barnett. r. Councilman
Robert in Florida
Bailey said both have novr 1a'..' 2.1456 Negro to his rescue but, the youth sank important personage
Behn is a blind student at I Masonry 'will address a meeting
presented valid credits and asked before they could reach him.
for certification. Florida A and M University and Mr. Eric O. Simpson. Managing Editor Serves As Mayor The surviving brother ,said he of the Cn'saders: group of

"The whole question is whetherthe is studying to become an elementary THE FLORIDA STARP. believed his twin was stricken Masons. Sunday afternoon.
State Board of Education school teacher. He is one O. Box 561Jacksonville BUFFALO, N. Y. The first with cramps. Aug. 19.The '

wants to consider the moral aspect of 20 students to receive $500 Florida colored person to serve as_mayorof The victim is survived by his identity was not disclosed
for the coming New York's second largest cityis but it was made knownthat
of what these people did" scholarship grants Dear Mr. Simpson mother, Mrs. Queenie Spencer;
Bailey said. The credits they school, year. Enclosed is a copy of my extension of remarks whichI Councilman King W. Peterson. father, Marcus; brother, John; matters concerning"the
have presented to us now are The American Foundation for qucted your recent editorial "Good Relations in Duval Peterson president pro-tern of sister, Mrs. Victoria Wolf; four I pending suit for an accounting
valid." the Blind to date has awarded County and in Florida Are Noted." Your editorial was an the common council became acting uncles three aunts and several of the lodge's funds by GrandMaster

. Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin said 528 scholarships totaling $130,000 excellent one, and I was happy to share it wflh the many mayor when Steven Pankow nephews nieces and cousins. I C. H. Henry will be.
of "how lenient i to 253 different blind students. readers of the Congressional Record throughout the nation. and Council President William \ under discussion. -
question
it a
was Lawless, Jr. left for Chicago to I The meeting will be held on
want to be. but Secretary of The granting of these scholarships With kindest regards. I am 1 ", .- READ -
you : Democratic National! the fourth floor of the Masonic
attend the
State R. A. Gray said he felt the is now entering its 33rd year and Sincerely.Signed YourEditorial
I the majority of the students are Charles E. Bennett. M. C. Convention. Temple. 410 Broad Street and
two teachers were "not too deeply '
involved" in the scandal at graduate level (See Editorial on Page 2) Peterson is a Democrat. Page is scheduled begin at 3 p. m.I ;



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f.. T... THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, Attest II, lfS6

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;THE FLORIDA STAR .:.... POLITICS: AS USUAL

NEWS .

BY' ERIC O. SIMPSON

+.:.../ .......:by The FfeiU St. ........** c.. As this is being written the Democratic National Convention is
meeting in Chicago in what is probably the most significant sessionof
MaHi t- AIMS, the party.
.. O. t.v. 561, JoduewrHie 1, 1eIWe Last Monday night we heard 36-year-old Gov. Frank G. Clementof
423 ivied Sheet,;MecksemHie, FlerU. ..... tLfb 4-3773 Tennessee in one of the most soul-stirring keynote speeches we

ERIC Or:,$MMOM ._--M..... Lilts ..,. have, heard in many a convention.
,
C. ......'......., -- Non Stcff Young Clement a young mod
'Jo lIt em Methodist lay preacher just I .

Member of Associated Negro Press Y about cut the Republican administration -
i& S to pieces and threw it

SUBSCRIPTION RATES into their faces with the ease of I
0.. Year, 5.00 Half Yew, $3.00; Tfciee Me.ths, $140 3 7s I II an orator seasoned in the art of I I

, 4 AUHeJ Te YM, My ere U the U.lttrf Stetst.S.bscrlptias jl L tossing a spit-ball daubed in sar-
i
t-
: Pcytbb. !. AeVoace. Seae Checks er Mey Men Te: 1 casm and invective. I I V .

Ftd1tI0A I STAt .. o. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA' i'' i .; Most important however, was .

f- ,1 .Clement's call upon Democrats to I Fyn >

i:. :' THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: 4 1?'; d .unite and fight for the things that
are right in the sight of God and
1. Negro Flnmen. .... : "

it- 2. More Negro Police Officers. man.Clement truly represents the

I 3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. modern Southerner who recog-

fit 4. Mora and halter Schools and Speeding Up of the nises the need for unity in the

Building Program. : ";iW i( .. .. ..\o Democratic Party and is willingto : y ; $
; : ; ,- .. j
tt "f; 't face the fact that under our ? r .

I Florida Star Editorial AppearsIi i; i _,I O ,1,"'. democratic American- government entitled the every rights ,rf: ,, ':"
.ZAC
guaranteed in the Constitution of t

Rectri i "i.it.. the Unified States. /, : 't 1U "'__.. -', y, ,.
Coigresswial tt ., 1lf.
i Ct.. ( This 36-year-old governor may SIMPSON
q '" well have oratorized his way into
.:JJI !! J. the position for the vicepresidential selves elected on platforms of
Following Congressman Bennett's' remarks is the text ..:.."l'. '' :_., _i nod at the convention as he race hate by pitting the Negro
of the editorial which appeared In the July 21 Issue of the '4 : -.-- Yr .. .I.: ''''FI.:. ,/".).;' blasted Republican inefficiency, against the poor and middle class
.
FLORIDA STAR and was read by him to members of the, ..r. r.'.. ."..eI' '.' neglect of office, impoverizationof whites with the vision of main-
:::7.. ..;.ow .-1-.
House cf As a result it was recorded and .
Representatives. the American farmer and a taining white supremacy hang
reprinted In the CONGRESSIONAL RECORD in one of the J > GStI poor foreign policy;did more than like decaying albatros around the

.rare instances that a Florida newspaper editorial. has been ..,..+. any man we know of, in the past Democratic Party's neck and are
called to the attention: of Congress. the rollcallfor doing more to create disunity in
to ring
eight
THE years
"OUR FAILURE IN CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION, MAKES WORLD DOUBTFUL"Your ,
democratic unity in the Uni- the nation and destroy America's

1956 Congressional Record Appendix, A6083 ted States. prestige before the world than
edge of fulfillment. Be on the
anti-American force outsidethe
The young Democrat's keynote any
alert the unexpected is likely to
speech must have left many United States.If .
G i Relations In Rival Gouty Weekly take over wherever you have Democrats for Eisenhower with the Democrats would allow
missed to Expand
your advantage. the sicky feeling of traitors who the ante-bellum philosophy of
GuideWHICH your social life. have deserted their party as he these men to be the tone of the
Aid IM Florida Are Nile ffor&scepe 810331356872.LIBRA .
pointed to the weakness and in- Democratic plank instead of one
efficiencies of the Republican ad- permeated with the spirit of con-
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
EXTENSION OF REMARKS ministration.The stitutional liberalism that seeks io
: BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 the their unalienable
keynoter's call for unity give to people -
of August 18th to 24th who to them
rights guaranteed
Negroes
speech gave many
>' By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES Float with the tides-they will had under the Constitution.
.HON.< CHARLES: E. BENNETT felt that the Republicans they can
bring you safely tooport. Precau- done much to impliment desegre- kiss the Negro vote goodbye.LOCAL .
OF FLORIDA tions to prevent labor troubles, gation something to think about. .

CANCER physical discomforts, a break- There is no doubt that in this MESS
k I IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Born March 21 thru April 19 down of vital services and low coming election the Negro vote On the local front somethingvery
t'- August 18th to 24th Born,June 22 thru July 22 producHvity are in order while is
if We
26 1958 will have the balance of power frightening happening.
Thursday July August 18th to 24th Mars is retrograde. Your life or
Domestic and pleasurable
how far
pur- the bulk of the Negro vote goesto are Experiencing just a
:t' suits provide the best outlets for Collect your rewards and be business partner and public asso- one party. But the Negro vote few selfish prejudiced people will
Mr. BENNETT of Florida. Mr. Speaker; I am glad to surplus energies. This representsthe content. Should you be tied down ciates can help to see you thru is still undecided. Most Negroes go to satisfy their egos.

bring to the attention of Congress the following editorial lull before activity which' by industrial or professional obligation the rough spots in the way of per- have been leaning toward,the Unfortunate aspect of the situa-
from the Florida Star a stimulating and vigorous it wiser to sonal financial aid. The 30th is
newspaper usually accompanies the busy fall: seems now or Republican Party as a result of tion is that here too, a few poli-
published primarily for Negroes in Jacksonville Fla. Th season. Relaxing and health-i coast along and let others, allies one of your finest days to ring upa what has been accomplished by ticians and power-seeking demo-

editorial clearly points out'that race relationships are very building projects should also be: and competitors alike set the resounding success. The unexpected i judicial action rather than thru I gogues are using the integration
good in th? Jacksonville area and that the atmosphere is undertaken Conditions open the pace. If your circumstances per- in the form of a friend or administrative action under the I scare-crow and the old divide and
such that good relationships'can be expected to continue and prospects of profitable behind the. mit, there wotHd be much pleasure sudden idea may be all you needto Republicans. i conquer practice to achieve their

"-- prosper In the future. As Congressman from this area I am scenes pursuits and an unexpected and unexpected benefits to receive the position, favors or However, Negroes have not for-' own ends.

certainly happy to make this report. The editorial reads in development related to romance be derived' through limited.travel honors you seek. gotten the Democratic New Deal The matter of the Justices of

part as follows: matrimony publicrela- Even if you are remaining quietlyin 799100-16-74-4)12.) and the Truman administrationunder Peace and constables who accord-

Two things for which citizens of Dural County and most tions and the affairs of children. the background- relaxing which they made e many ing to a recent court ruling have
of Florida can be truly proud-and thankful-are the good You should then get an emotionallift away from your usual locale be SCORPIO gains. But the obstacle that stands been holding office in districtsset
racial relations that exist here and that we hare 4 moderate through a happy break. alert to opportunities to gain un- Born Oct. 24 thru If or. 22 between the Negro people and the up under an unconstitutional

group of Negroes and whiles In our community.Time 5-30-22-18-78-323. expectedly through a chance en- August 18th io 24ih Democrats are a poor civil rights procedure remains one of the
counter or real estate transac Round out the summer with
plank and die: hards like Eastland messiest problems in our locality.
and time again it has been proven that the citizensof TAURUS tions. Your peace of mind should pursuits that relax'and entertain. EHlender, Byrd, Thurmond and i Democratic Executive Chair-
allow themselves to be carried to work out some- There is nothing do aboutit
this community do not away encourage you you can
W.
has
Born April 20 thru Mar 20 others standing by to block every man Edgar Waybright
by emotionalism nor are they easilyiswayed by rabble rousers thing of value. if the nature of your daily ac-
August 18th to 24th chance for emancipation of the exercised his right in calling the
or agitators. 2-77-20-14-67--415. tivities keeps you tied down. But
Negro people. committee to nominate a new
Good judgment and a generous the Scorpio who are free to decide -
In our years here we have seen incidents peacefully set- heart bring their own rewards. LEO for themselves; should find These.die-hards who get them- (Continued on Page 7))

tled here that would have excited race riots in some other Public, official and business activ- Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 this an ideal period to join their
place The reason for-this is that the bulk-of the Negro and ities often hit their low point at August 18th to 24th associates friends and loved ones

white people who compose our middle class society are basi- this time of the year. Should you You have done your part. Ride in the pleasures that can be de- PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

c311y-decent, peaceful citizens. find yourself with available timeon along with the ensuing develop- rived by vacationing in resorts or .

Take the recent "Negro March On The Beaches Rumor" your hands you can do your- ments. You'can well afford to sit ,on cruises. Romance that is met

...that thing could hare resulted In a pitched battle If either self a lot of good by resting or back and let the results of your 'i on the way may be exciting but

side had taken the rumor seriously But it all goes to prove indulging in the pastimes that previous efforts speak for them- not exactly of the durable kind.
bring you in contact with people selves. You travel about Your attitude create the .
that there aren't too many rabble rousing whites nor hardly may' on can environment
who can become potential allies. short trips for business or for for a confidential tie-
Negro agUotor&In
any No matter how unusual or unex- '
pleasure because you will learn up that will boost your fortunes
Duval although the Negroes have 'been denied many pected certain events and occurrences things, meet new people, benefit and chances to make a name for

privileges we have had no boycotts or demonstrations which may appear on the surface, your pocketbook and have a yourself. ';
retard progress such as we have seen in some other parts of you should not be hesitant to take wonderful time in the process. 1-70-66-18-61-606.

the state and nation. the chances that will bring your You have reached a stage in your
hopes ,to fruition, and new in-
when
development SAGITTARIUS
The only regrettable thing about the situation is that we personal you r
that tellectual outlets. can and should accept new (ideas Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 4L
are not making the best of this wholesome atmosphere
50 44-16-69-325.
--
philosophies, inventions and pro- August 18th to 24th
this
could harmony
exists here. Our governing agencies use
", cedures. Fate can very well call Whether at work or at play a
between the races- to weld unity that will work to build a
GEMINI upon you to take a role_of leader- pleasant surprise awaits. You
progressive community. ,
_
Born May 21 thru June 21 ship wherever you are placed. should have no difficulties pass-
-
On the other hand, our white businessmenn who sit 'com- August 18th to 24th Take it as you are capable of ing the time no matter where you

placent and just wait for the normal trickle of Negro business Take business glory romancein giving a good account of yourself. are right now. Your pleasureswill

could do a great deal to stimulate business from colored pa- your stride. You may not haveto 480-66-:12- 2314.VIRGO be gratifying, if costly. If you

trons. In order to do this it will be necessary to cooperate with lift a finger, and it may even are tied down by your established

some of the Negro projects and promotions by assisting themin be better that you don't, to reap responsibilities you can also find

sponsoring fashion shows,beauty.contests and by appealingto the various benefits that are Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 profit and a chance to boost yourself -

Negro trade through advertising in the Negro press. promised for the windup of the August 18th io 24tth another rung on the ladderof

noted than hrough the Chamber of month. Do not press issues with A flexible mind makes you success. The aspect shows an
Just recently we
those who sit on the throne of more adaptable to unexpected opportunity to bolster family ties
"Million Dollar Days" sales promotion was -
Commerce a sponsored
authority. Patience will furnish changes; By being tactful, patientand reinforce security plans, or profit
but no direct appeal was made to Negroes throughthe :
evidence,and a show of brillianceor tolerant you can save manyan through building and real estate
businesseswere
Negro The result is that the downtown .
press. originality on part will and for the enterprises.This period creates an __
deprived of thousands of dollars in sales from the Negro I II your argument energy
I Impress the higher-ups and even- time, when you will really needit. unusual opening for the formation -
inlet.The. tually add to your prestige. Your The 30th is by far the best dayto of a valuable friendship

banks and the public utilities could make invaluable I personal magnetism and mental obtain friendly accords to which could have a great bearingon 1400 WRHC 1400

contribution to the progress of Jacksonville and at the same gymnastics serve you welL make secret alliances and profits, your future way of life.
time do themselves some good too.We have noted that severalof -15-73-981. and to bring -your hopes to the 6-55-40-17- 58-398.:

the local banks ruri some very interesting messages of the I KEN KNIGHT
value of savings and some of the features of the banks' service CAPRICORNBorn \
in the white press. We feel that if these messages were GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 Dee. 22 thru Jan 19 Presenting

brought directly to the attention of the Negro people who cer- u.. tfcfa CMpM. Leer wen .fce.. ,..,..1f4 Smd 10 can (... dint August 18th to 24th
tainly could.do with more education on the need for saving .. ala) for ... fcerece,e erderee1 fcr MM!!. h.eI.de self .. ,.... Loyalty to your friends and KNIGHT TRAIN
the services the banks offer it would certainly help toward ....* 4 enTelee. .. Writ ,4efor. nit effer def .. Mt apply te reridemt dear ones brings its rewards. It
and
the .........f Cemtfe.
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building a prosperous community.? would not interfere with your 8-9 PM. 12-1 Nightly
progress if you can arrange to
The same goes for the City! Light Dep' rtment's and Tele- r PAMLQ. fLOUDA STAR ASTROLOGER ,I take some time off for pleasure SWEET CHARIOT

phone company's messages. The telephone company sponsors ,. O. 10X SCIMCKSONYILU and the other interests that are

a message reminding folk to limit the length of telephone calls I 1.Attren LA. I II close to your heart. But, even if 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

colored housewives and teenagersare you are held down by a sense of "
We think that since ,
constant offenders it would do a great deal of good if a I : duty or other unavoidable obligations Features .
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similar message was pointed to Negro homes through the T I II you can arrive at an under- '_
Negro press. I .
air Stef I son which may lead to an allianceof
Duval and Florida is a great place to live in.,. Lei's work Dd..S.tirf.' "" a personal or public nature. 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday

together ,for progress ._ but let's not forget' -progress I D.te. .... Me.tA I ThiS sign brings the unexpected ,
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;- 3- Inducted In Education Fraternity YWCA Committee Completes Plans

: r a 1 n _:\ : .
; For Third Annual
Recital Aug. 26The

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Mrs. George McCali .of Cranford N, was the house guest re-II j La Young Women's Christian Association have completed plans
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of; 1B13 Illinois SL She was accompanied by her three children. I 1:30 p. m. at Edward Waters College.

Mrs. Joseph.Johnson, Mrs. Gil- .
Mrs Marie Orvley of 1617 Steele St, left the city recently' for I bert Solomon and Mrs. Cornelias Postal Workers To Be
Birmingham Ala. to visit her brother and niece
Gamer will serve on the partici-
Honored At Bethel Church
\
pants committee; Miss Jean Rail-
Mr, and Mrs. Lovett McCali left the city recently for a two ford, Miss Qwendolyn Shelton ...
.. weeks vacation in Ft R'ley Kansas as ts of their and and Mrs. M. A. Cook"on the pub- On Sunday Sept 2 at 11 a. m,
ter-.ia-law. 3II licity committee; Mrs. Victor all members of the Postoffice De- ...

by tneir granddaughter Diane Harley. Sampson A. Cook James Hollo- partment and Auxiliaries will be
honored in the Bethel
way and N. W. Shipp sponsorship Baptist
Mrs. Ethel Daughtery and son, Nathan of Cleveland, Ohio are committee; Miss Yvette Sims, Church Caroline and Hogan Sts.
the guests of Mrs. Lena Brown and daughter Nancy at 1266 West I Mrs..Joe Jones Mrs. Marion Massey Citations will be presented to
21st SL Mrs. Daughtery is a former resident of this city. try xCONGRATULATED; decoration committee and persons who have made worthy
contributions in the postal ,
serv-
Mrs. RL Garner, chairman of the '
Miss, Cecil Louise Williams daughter of Dr. C. S. Williams left music committee are members of ice and in the community.A .

the city recently for West Palm Beach where she will spend her the various committees in chargeof special program is plannedfor
vacation with her cous n. Ante Lee Colbert. a recent graduate ofBoose".U this occasion.SURPRISE .
the affair.
Four new inductees of Theta Iota Chapter of Kappa, Delta Pi National
High SchooL Miss Williams is a graduate Isaiah Blocker
education Fraternity are seen being congratulated by President George W. Gore Jr. after the ritualistic The talented young men and

SchooLMr. initiation ceremony: held at Florida A end M University. Left lo right are Mrs. Bernyce H. Clau- women throughout the city are PARTY .

sell. chapter president: Howard 0.. King Pensacola: Mrs. Sylvia S. Lambert Miami: Sara R. Gray. :Al among the participants on the GIVEN FOR JAXONMrs.
and Mrs. P. E. Norris of 2030 Myrtle Avenue returned to bany.
Ga.: Mrs. Louise P. Gilbert Bartow: Joseph Akward. local cHapter advisor and President Gore. program.
the city recently from Los Angeles Calif. where they: visited her --- ----- -- -
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. Pittman. g Ruby E. Chambers was
Magnolia Gardens HOSTESS Special ServiceAt recently ,entertained with a surprise -

The,recent-marriage ,of Mildred White Reeves, 10'Roosevelt ..'_... .'. .. .' ."M ,., ..._ ..... t SOUTHSIDE AGENT birthday party in her homeat
Daniels Jr. was solemnized on. July 27. : Shaw MemorialThe 716 Court "B." The honoree

Mrs.Danjels is the daughter of Israel James White of 978 W. 8th ,Community Club r,,Yyr GOES ON VACATIONWilliam ful received gifts.'many beautiful and use-


Street.Mr.. Daniels Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Daniels Sr. of ;r women of Shaw Memorial! Toombs Southside The house was decorated with

1117 W. 20th Street.A Elects' OfficersAt I Baptist Church have set August I agent for the Florida Star leaveson seasonal flowers. Guests includedher

reception for the couple has been planned for the future. i %! ; 19 as their day of special service. his vacation Saturday August son Dr. Vincent George
t Chambers sister Mrs. Bell
Lily
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18. Papers will be delivered to his
a ,recent meeting in, the SL Armstrong Johnson Mrs. Irene Berry Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H. Brown of 1415 Lee Street visited j,
Paul Lutheran :Church the Mag- for this affair and Mrs. customers by his regular carriers.
Della
Sherman Mr. Horace Cart-
relatives of Mr. Brown in Washington, D, C. He has returned to the i
nolia 'Gardens Community Club I I t ff: f Pearfie Mae Robinson is acting Toombs will return on Friday, wright'and Mr. and Mrs. C. Sears. '
city, but Mrs. Brown remained in Washington for an indefinite stay.
elected officers. I i I pastor. i August 31st. Refreshments were served.
Mrs. Brown has been a nurse at Brewster Hospital for a number
Willian Pierce was elected !
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of years and during that time she has made_ many friends and acquaintances I I .
president; the Rev. J. G. Mur-, i
and to all of them she sends greetings from Washington. tI 1
dock vice-president; Mrs. Lottie I
M. Jones recording secretary; Feed your baby
,
Mrs. Rosa L.Ragina and Mrs. Lucy L. Tremble left recently on Oliver Collins financial secretary I
an sir cruise to Nassau Bahama Islands. They are members of I
Mrs. 4
; Betty'Baylock, treasurer h
Second Baptist Church.

arms; John George Ceilings W. sergeant-at-I, I CARNATION;

I and Lizzie Prisleau, reporter.A. .
A out People MRS. EDITH JONES Friall Curtis Davis and Mrs. iai; I It t 1.

TO:-BE PRESENTED Mattie Williams were added to j Ij
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the Board of Directors.

.'Mrs.this city Gussie but now Norman of Pittsburgh.Pa formerlyof IN :RECITAL HERE Another meeting is scheduledfor I HOSTESS'-Miss Rosetta Carter America's"healthy .;

Monday in the church. ,will be one of the hostesses
Is in the city visiting her son I
Mrs. Edith Jones of Mt. for Mrs. Greta Thompson Gra-
Sinai
other ,
and his family and relatives. Baptist Church who will be t ham's.'recital to be presented by
She is the house guest of baby milk I !
presented in ,a Musical RecitalSunday' CALENDAREVENTS the..senior Usher Board ,of First
her sister Mrs. Katie Anderson at
Night August 26th in the New Zion Baptist Church Sun- :
1636 W. 24th Street.
church auditorium.She day. The program will be in the

is 1 church auditorium at 7 p. m.
being presented by the
Mrs. Gladys Hill of. 641 Court
Women's. Auxiliary. Mrs. H. H.
"G" is ill in her home..Mrs. Hill The annual picnic of the New k A"; .
Robinson,, Chairman., Mrs. ,Jonesis a : ;
is a member of ML Ararat Baptist [ Hope AME Sunday School will be Merrymakers Club ; ::
a member of choir number two
Church. given Monday August 20 at Little .
.of 'Mt. Sinai, is active in the To Meet SundayThe sa ;
Talbot Island. The bus will leave
,
Junior Mission and other Auxil- ,1
Mrs. Katie Jones Anderson of the church at 9:30 *. m. The public -
iaries. Appearing also will be Social Sav ,
1636 West 24th St returned to .U cordially invited to join the )' r .e ?M :
,Mrs. M. K. Gibson who will give at 5
ings Club will meet Sunday S
the city recently from Pittsburgh, Sunday School on this picnic: trip. ,
;dramatic renditions. The pro- p. m. in the club house on Fourth c-
Pa, where she visited her sister For further information, con-
!gram begins'at seven o'clock.
and Johnson Streets.,
and brother. tad Superintendent J R. Henderson -
or any member of the Sunday The meeting was previously

Mrs. Isabell Weaver continues School. planned for Saturday.The ti.
Wedding Bells. books are open for new I 4
Sanitarium.She
ill in the Mt. Ararat I : ,
is a member) of Mt. Ararat The 12th Hour. Prayer Band 2 members.

Baptist Church. Applications for Marriage will sponsor a trip to Little Talbot I i cf ,
Licenses :- .
Island. on Thursday August 23. Entertainers Club i
Squire Wright of Sanford spent Buses will leave from 1352 John-

the week'in the city as the guest .Donald D'Jniels'-812 Minnie St, son St...at 9:3D() a. m. Everyone is Plans..Beech, Outing'
of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewisat age 21 and Nomie L. Phillips 820 invited'to come and have a grand .

1565 West Seventh Street. A Blanche St. age 18. time: .:, The Entertainers' ''Social and :-. .
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lawn party was given by the Cleophus McCoy 264 OsceolaSt Progressive Club will sponsor ; IL

Lewis family for Mr.. Wright. age 20 and Jessie L, Brown I ST. PIUS their first outing to American F ..>;, -- ',.- j
'2153 Lewis St. age 14. The St. Pius Catholic Church Beach on Monday. ; --

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewis, I Russell Williams 1618 E. 27th. Parrishners will sponsor a trip to The bus will leave from the

Miss S.. King and MK and Mrs. St, age 24 and .Hazel Thornton, Little Talbot 'Island on Friday southwest comer of Ashley and -< .
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John A Campbell motored to 1204 W. Duval St,. age 25. : August 24. Buses will leave the Jefferson Streets at 8 a. m. : ; <

Madison Sunday to attend baptismal church at 10 a. nu Club officers are president :

service and visit relatives I Raymond Taylor; vice-president 4

and friends. Theta loVa Chapter BEAUTICIANSThe Billy Holloway; Barney Hendrix, :

City-Wide Beauticians are secretary; Ossie Coats, treasurer;
!
.- -..!i.Mr l;and ,Mrs,,A.-l<.Johnson_of Jnducts.New. Members sponsoring an outing to Daytona Doris Carey, recording secretary;
1117 West 12th St.returned to Beach on Sunday August 19. William Goodall chairman of by- E
the city recently from Los.Angeles The Theta Iota Chapter of Bus stops beginning at 8 a. m. laws committee; Mildred Taylor

Calif. where they visited Mr; Kappa Delta Pi National Education will be made at Myrtle Avenue business manager; B. Miranda

and Mrs- Charles 1<:Harrell, formerly Fraternity ,inducted Howard and Kings Road Davis and Kings chairman of the entertainment I

_of this city. King of Pensacola: Mrs. Sylvia Road,"Third and Florida Avenue, committee. ; Doris Carey reporter ;
Lambert, Miami; Sara Gray. Albany East Union and Florida Avenue and Elouise Pruitt and Doris i, .:

Mrs. Maggie- Foster, an instructor Ga. and Mrs. Louise Gil- and Jones School on Clay and Carey, chaplains. I ...' ;
in the Manatee County bert of Bartow with the ritualistic State Streets. _

Public School system; Prof. initiation ceremony at Florida _

,Whitey F. Davis government employee 'A and M University.Mrs Group 1 of the Dilenes Charity The best way to wash an as- I .y

In Washington D. C. and Bernyce Clausell chapter Club will sponsor a trip to Little phalt tile floor is to mop it with

She Rev. Rollie Davis of Miami president; Joseph Akward ,local Talbot Island August 23. Buses warm soapsuds then rinse. :I -

-are .in" the city visiting their :chapter advisor and President will leave the club room at 1082 I I Joyce Elaine McAlister Atlanta,a winner the Carnation Hometown Healthy Baby Contest .

father David Davis at 1507 W. i Gore were, among those present Davis Street at 9 a. m. and return No thrifty woman looks at new j 'j
16th St They will be in the city to congratulate the group. at 5 p. m. fashions in the stores without! .
until Sunday.Mr. I The serving committee will be thinking about how quickly eas- THE MOST NOURISHING FORM OF MILK Carnation formula say: "My doctor

Christine Frazier Minnie Grundyand ily :- and safely they'll go you can feed Yo.baby is Carnation recommended it." If you have a new

..and Mrs. Leroy Reeves and "Elizabeth Simmons. : through soapsuds! ...the safest and most digestible,too. baby at your house, ask your ownIt's ..
son Stephen. left the dry on Friday StarkDeliveries r the "healthy baby" milk every doctor about Carnation..America'sdoctor

,_ for their home in New York: :.. knows. In fact, all over America "healthy baby" milk that will help
after a vacation here You Don't Hare Go to Town to Get
spending to
8 out of 10 mothers who feed a your baby be healthy, too! .-
with Mr. and Mrs. Marx BeeTH.Sr. .

.. of 1521 Johnson Street. their I
father and, stepmother.V I Ban TB: LOW PRICESOn.
I BEST BRAND FOR'YOUR =

Ernest and Lauree Leonard Your
,MINUSES Jr., 1145 Palmetto SL,.girl, Aug.4. COOKING [e j

I Joseph and Mary Butler 1053. x
......Min. d tird.soave...... ewr : Jefferson 7. DRUG. STORE NEEDS AND COFFEE TOO!
.M*** AOk.tefb.*....**..* 1 ,Sty girl Aug: ,
.flAMM8K..tae a..........it... Junior and.Withrel Woody. Apt.

dsairse............Mae.. ..aTANSACI...+et M. (trr..........' '727B Venus, Court girl Aug. 3. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store t( ,- i

zexeNeed Les fse...., ..Mtn James and Betty,Robinson, 122

Aug.South 2.Sim.9th St, Jax Beach, girl, We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn :ii t' 1h. KRTE&4LB40ING Carnation EVAPORATED.

and Fannie Bellamy Jr., Your Local Papers 'It. gives you smooth results every :

LEARN TO DRIVE 1275 W. 4th,.St, boy,,Aug. 2. :! time..in every recipe that

,T *,Q.kk.it .,The EeweefWey OdelT and.. Laura rHenderson f, calls for milk. ,,..., 3
Te,Urn 1029 E.,Union St,' boy*Aug.,2., WOOD'S' DIXIE PHARMACY .CUAMY-RlCHCarnation ';ji

Willie and Rosa Ward, 1460 'E. ,I < -
AJAXtDt 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE creams"coffee,f'and leer
25th 1. t
t.-'boY., Aug. i .. .'CoIItelltHi .
VING"SCHOo'L George ,and Lillie Ford 1130 PHONES E1. 3-5597-98 .cereals to perfection.Carnation r. ettas eo.- .
: St 2. We Delfrer We Alt Fill AH Doctor PrescriptJMI is the rich milk that whips
Oakley girl. Aug.
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CALL EL'40539George Ira and Danni-CarsweU. 1927 .PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -;' too!Get several cans today! _.M!1!-K

Parpens _. Venus'boyt Aug. 3. '

'- 1134 W. 5feStreet .t ..,Edward and Christine Norwood BILLS AT OUR STORE World's Brand of. :Evaporated.MilkJ:
1183 W.. Beaver St, girl Aug. 7. I Leading .





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'Churches' Of God In Christ. ToTHEHold Sunday School Convention





Ckirckes Of God Ii- Chrisi Slale Senior Stewards Plan Anniversary I Iw. Midway AME Lists Memorial Service Set

Coming Activities I At Ebenezer Church

.. CuveiiioH Of Church Workers I For Joseph Brown

Sunday School at 9:30: a. m.
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v will begin services on Sunday in
A service in
The 26th annual Sunday School and Young People's Willing M pk the Midway AME Church followed memory of Joseph
Brown who served
as presidentof
Workers' Convention and State Workers meeting of the Churchesof t tc by morning worship at 10:55 a. the usher board of Ebenezer
God in Christ, Western Florida, will convene August 21-26 at the m., at which time the Rev. L.-B.
Methodist Church for
Church of God in Christ Temple, 338 Chelsea Street with BishopW Washington will preach. many years

.... -W-. -T?._--Viitt---.... -Sr.. presiding._ I sr The ACE League meets at 5:30p. will be held in the church on
Sunday, August 26 at 3 p. m.
The theme for the occasion is a -" nx, and the evening worship A has been
First New Zion program plannedfor
"Facing Life's Problems the begins at 6:30 p. m. this occasion with Mrs. Eloise
Christ Way Choir 2 and usher board 2 will
Brooks serving as mistress of
Slates Misical serve throughout the day.
The program will include, a ceremonies. ,
special music clinic for organists Youth Day is scheduled for The ushers from New Bethel

an d ministers of music, lectures The senior usher board of First August 26. A program has been AME and Mt. Vernon Baptist

and demonstrations on techni- New Zion Baptist Church will arranged for the occasion with churches have been invited to
Mrs. C. E. Daniels Idrs. A. D.
,
ques and methods of effective sponsor the annual musical recitalof serve and members from the
teaching panels on boy-girl relationships the group on Sunday at 7 p. m. Al We1ls;, 1rs. Mildred Kirksey, the City-Wide Ushers and the East-
Rev. J. Allen and the Rev. A.
,.courtship;_marriage and in the auditorium of the church side Ushers Union will be in at-
divorce,,lectures on magic, spiritualism featuring Mrs. Greta Thompson ; a wx Sherman serving on the various tendance.

withcraft and sorcery anda Graham. committees..

series of discussions on "Know Miss Guelda White will accom-

Your Church." pany Mrs.. Graham at'the piano. + Bethel: l Baptist Ever-Ready Club

Each convention daX will commence Miss Allie Faye Roundtree, -L J Of Second BaptistAnnounces
'with morning worship at Juanita Williams Annie Mae Jen-

9:30 a. m. The messages for these kins and Mrs. Ruth White are also Sets Men's DayMen's EventThe

services will be delivered by the scheduled_ appear on the pro- ...,. .. :y..L...'-',",,,r., Z"..." -.ovxt .. .. ._.jIt.... ,._.. ...:

various ministers of the State and gram. PLANNING ANNIVERSARY Members of the Senior Steward Board of Grant Memorial AME;. Day will be observed Eveready Club of District

the music will be furnished by ,Misses Jacqueline Patterson, Church who met recently to discuss plans for the'celebration of the 62nd anniversary are seen here. Sunday, August 19, at the Bethel 14 of Second Baptist Church will

the various choirs, musicians and Francina Carter, Ruth Williams, Seated from left are George W. Adams Solomon Small chairman and James Warner treasurer. Baptist Church. Deacon Cherry celebrate their 27th Anniversary

soloists from. various churches of Grace Sam, Annie Ruth Cooper Standing are D. C. Jones. William_ Moye. Hamp Dawson and William Malcolm.: will serve as general chairman'forthe Sunday August 19th at 3 p. m. at
the Bethune Circle, 531 W. Bea-
the state. Evelyn Smith Rosetta Carter, day. Sunday School will beginat

The convention is designed to Barbara McKnight, Pearl Thompson 9:30: a. m. and Brother W. B. ver Street.
Tamer Britton, Earnestine New Mi. Olive Slate Activities The program is as follows:
,provide an educational, experience Thorpe will act as guest Super-
Deacon J. Kenchion
Scripture, Deacoq Silas McKin-
Annie i
which is God centered ana Flowers, Deloris Daniels, intendent.The .

spiritually inspiring for all who Henderson, Joan Williams, Mable Choir Observes Calls For SingersDeacon Lesson will be reviewed by nie; prayer, Deacon Richardson;
At Hi. AraratThe song congregation. Mrs. Bessie L.
attend. Kempt, Mary Williams, Vicey Deacon R. McKinnon. Rev. Cro-
James, Virginia Dixon, Barbara James Kenchion Thompson will introduce the
fort will be the speaker for the
Anniversary president oi the Southside mistress of ceremonies. Welcome
Doris Williams and
Speights; morning and Rev. N. T. Scott will
Mal. Chorus asks that all anniversary celebration of address by Mrs. A. B. Wells.
MT. SINAI CHOIR Betty Brookins will serve as host men have charge of the evening serv-
interested singing with them Deborah Chapter 32, OES will be Soloist for this event will be
esses. Choir 1 of the New Mt. Olive
SET TO RENDER contact him at his home 3715Pineview observed on Sunday at 3 p. m. in ices.The Mrs. Alice Griffin and Mrs. Lor-
Baptist Church will observe its Southside Male Chorus will
", -' Circle_, or call him at the Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. etta Blunt. Districts of the city
Elder C. R. Eaves 30th anniversary on Monday at 8 render music throughout the day.
ANNUAL RECITAL EX 83929. The program will include the are invited. Mrs. Bessie Golson is
p. 'm. in the auditorium of the Rev. S. Love pastor.
Church
Elevated In church. Deacon Kenchion is a mem- appearance of the Female Chorusof the president.St. .
'
Choir 3 of the ML Sinai Baptist 14th ber of Jerusalem Baptist Zion Hope, Grant Memorial
While in attendance at the Mrs. Julia Mae Moreland is to
Church of which Rev. Saul Trio, Choir 1 of First Corinth District Ushers
Church will its annual
sponsor quadrennial general business session serve as mistress of ceremoniesand Matthew
musical recital on Sunday at 7 of the Church of God and Mrs. Reatha Lang will make Cooper is the pastor. William Baptist Church and other groups. BaptistsTo
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p. m. in the church. *,; Saints ."of Christ Nansemond the welcome address. Toombs is the reporter. Other activities for the churchare Union To Hold Terminate RallyThe

Deaconess Board No. 2 of the County Virginia, Elder C. R. Also participating will be the as follows:

church is sponsoring the affair to Eaves,, pastor of the Church of Rev. H. L. Jenkins Mrs. M. L. B. BUSINESS LEAGUE A meeting Sunday at 4 p. m, Annual SessionThe organ rally. will terminateon

which the public is invited. -" God and Saints of ,Christ was Story, Mrs; Amanda Collins, Mrs PLANS OUTINGJ. in the home of Mrs. Georgia Sunday at 3 p. m. in the St.

A. great musical 'has. been ar- elevated to*District Father Abraham W. S.- Peoples F. F. Story, Mrs. Smith 1529 E. 28th Street for Rev. Norris Hill has been Matthew Baptist Church with a

ranged. of the-Church. Odessa Wiggins James Davis E. Hutchins president of the District 1. selected as the speaker on August program.
Mrs. Louise Ross Oneal_ Roberts Jacksonville Business League, has A silver tea on Sunday spon- District 7 will meet Sunday at
23 at 2:30 p. In. when the District
I 1 and others. announced August 24 as the date sored by District 29 at 1116 W. Usher's Union Ninth Annual one- 1821 Wilson Street and District 3

for the annual picnic for childrenof 24th St. from 4 to 6 p. m. will meet at 1159 W. 28th Street.
day session convenes .in the St.
A joint meeting of Districts 11 Anniversary celebration for the
all ages.
Zion Plans John Baptist Church.
Jacksonville'sLowest Hope I The outing will be held at the and 13 in the home of Miss Grace Rev" Norris is the pastor of the pastor is scheduled to begin on
zoo and Moncrief Springs and Lane, 1111 W. 21st St. at 4 p. m. August 19 with programs in
St Matthew Baptist and a great
: For Annual Event about 300 girls and boys are expected'"to on Sunday.The speaker charge of the various ministers of

be'entertained.Members Male Chorus.ha been requested the city. _
Assisting also in the celebrationwill
on the planning com- to accompany the pastorto On August 26, District 10 will
Plans have been completed by be the Reverends' C. C.
the West Union Baptist Churchon sponsor a testimonial tea at 1362
mitte
are Mrs. Starke, Mrs. A.
the women of Zion Hope Baptist Brown, M. J. Trowell T. E. Olds,
August 26 to render service. W. 25th Street and District 2 will
Johnson, Mrs. L. Davis Miss E.
Church for their annual observ- W. C. Mitchell. J. J. Jones and
ance scheduled for August 26 in M. M. White, Mrs. Gladys Vaught, Usher Board No. 2 will sponsora M. L.. Jones. observe its anniversary.
J. E. Hutchins, F. Gilbert and R. trip to American Beach on Au-
The Rev. Brown minister of
the auditorium of the church.
Serving as general chairmanwill F. Roberts. gust 31.Officers. the Springhill Baptist Church will CONSECRATION MEETINGA
Food : : Free tickets for the outing may deliver the
: be Mrs. Lois Cain cochairman introductory sermonat
be obtaine4 from the Clara White consecration meeting is
Mrs. Nancy Travis and Mrs. 10:30 a. m. and the Rev. Jones,
Mission. slated for Sunday at 4:30 m. in
Maybell Taylor, chairman of the Named pastor of Antioch will. be the p.
the home of Miss Gloria Lockett
program .committee. alternate.
.\' Mrs. Wilmer Dorrell. noted orator Tabernacle Baptist's The Rev. M. L. Jones, pastor of 1616% Davis Street

:i Prices scheduled of the Bethel to deliver Baptist the Churchis ad- Nurses' Corps .Plans For Men's DaySimpson the Green First Cove African Springs Baptist will Church discuss, sponsors The members of the meeting.of Choir are

dress at 11 a. m. Anniversary: EventAt the theme, "Christ the Solution of

In charge of the afternoon pro- the second anniversary ob- At Our Problems." The Rev. T. E. Learn Commercial Art

gram is Miss Erma Jean Smith Olds will alternate.At .
servance of the Nurses Corps of Start Aartl.
will be assisted Ella the evening service the Rev.
who by Mrs. the Tabernacle Baptist Church On G. I. APPROVED
Mae Henry. i Officers selected to serve for M J. Trowell, pastor of the St. AMERICAN
August 26, a program will be ren
Mrs. E. B. Simpson will serveas dered. the Men's Day program on Au- Luke Baptist Church is scheduledto

pastor of the day; Mrs. Lucile The affair will gust 26 in the SimpsonMethodistChurch speak. Rev. Mitchell pastor of SCHOOL OF ART
Laury chairman of music and begin at 3 p. m. will be Dr. J. D. Bonner Little Rock will be the alternate. M.... T* New Uc.tU.
in the New
Mt. Olive
Mrs. Annie Mae Cliett, director of Church, Albert and Baptist Sts. general chairman; Otis Limbric, Mrs. Mary K. Heard is leaderof 106 EAST BAY STREET
Lafayette 24 Fleer
co-chairman
and George Presha the union.
relations.
public
The president of the group, assistant co-chairman.
Music will be furnished the
by
Mrs. D.
has announced
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combined choirs under the direc- the speaker for the occasion 'I.I Program committee is composed __ I
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tion of :Mrs. Lw Riley and :Mrs. the Rev. H. L. Jenkins pastor of Latimer Williams, chairmanand CHAMPION'S
Beatrice Williams. the Mt. Olive Baptist Church. B. S. Westmoreland, co-

chairman. Clearance Sale
Members of the Music Committee -
Midway AME Church CARD OF THANKSThe are James Williams, chair-

Announces: ServicesOn family of Ernest J. man; Frank Morgan and Henry VALUE $7.95Summer .
Jones wish to express their James, co-chairmen.
deepest appreciation on the Pants .. ...... $2.88
M. Vialet chair-
Publicity -S. ,
Sunday services at the Mid
way AME Church will commenceat part of their relatives and man; Ulysses Glover and James Short Sleeve Sport Shirts ............ ... $1.22

9:30 a.,m. with the usual Sun- friends during his recent con- Morgan, co-chairmen. Nylon Stretch Sbx ...... ... ......... .' 3-for $1.00
day School hour. finement. Decoration Chairman, B. F. LARGE WHITE .

At 10:55 a. m. the morning Mr. Jones was injured by a Patterson; J. Perpena Monroe HandkerchiefsStraw ........ .. .. ........ 12-for $1.00
chemical explosion on May 12
Hall and Walter Jones, cochairmen. -
worship begins. The sermon will
Hats
and was confined to Brewster $1.00
... .. be delivered by the Rev. L. B.
.. : Hospital for three months.He Finance Chairman, Ben- KHAKI .r GREY

'. Feast.Washington followed with Love is reported continuing jamin Irvin; Rayfield Green, Otis Army Twill Work Pants $2.9a

Plus .'. ,' The ACE League meets at 5:30 improving at, his home. 2040 Limbric, George Taylor, Dr. J: C.

'. ". Mars Avenue.Signed Easton and George Califf, co- -
and 125 West Street 'Phone
', p.m. evening worship at 6:30 : Bay EL 4-1118
chairmen.
p. m .. .
Mrs. Dorothy Jones wife Ushers Roland
Chairman
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Youth Day is scheduled for Au-
Mrs. Annie Blanding. mother Wilson and Willie Gadson
gust 26. Mrs. C. E. Daniels is gen co-
i' Those : : eral chairman and Mrs. A. D. chairman. ,

,... Wells, co-chairman.
':; < I Others assisting in preparingfor -

Youth Day is the Rev. J.
RITZ THEATREFriday
Allen,.Mrs..A. M. Benton.Miss J.

t: Wonderful Beaton,. .Mrs. R. L. Washington, and Saturday August 17-18
Mrs. M. Kirksey Rev.:. Sher-

man, S. C. Hart Rev, A. Sherman, "CHARGE AT FEATHER RIVER"AND

and Mrs:: M. Kirkland. NrJ
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"SPY CHASERS"Sunday .


'S & H GREENSTAMPS Stop painofpik S Monday Tuesday 4.

today at home FIRST RUN irt41
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AND f
la dftctort tests, amazing new -.. "THEf OUTCAST" '-
SUinkss Paso Instantly relieved
piles' torture Oave internal and
: external relief 6 medJcaMyproved"ingre&ents Wednesday and Thursday
ftyph"1*? Trtotne re-

Ueve p&ln..PromotB KCtdrigtiulttiiUylj&sictwdfia heaOinc.You sit. "TWO FLAGS WEST"AND

walk in comfort Only stainless _
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Jax Urban League Secretary Turns In Resignation .;



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EafltyMeii Awl Mistrial Program Florida Delegation At Alpha Meet 1 aivenor Leaves *

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J. Philip Waring Executive Director of The Jacksonville Urban > ; *

League for the past nine months, has resigned effective October 1st. ;
Mr. Waring recently accepted a key position with the Urban Leagueof t q Tallahassee When Governor .

Greater St. Louis. 1 ?: [: LeRoy Collins left Saturday for *

An officer of The Jacksonville the Democratic National Convention -

Urban League Board of Directors! major Jacksonville health and R; he left the NAACP investiga-

stated: *We are indeed sorry that welfare agencies joined forces I 44...,, < tory. tion bill and two Dade County /W
fw r tqe .. a: ;
Mr. Waring is leaving us. Under with the League in this project. y'f'''' ','' .c4. ", local measures on his desk. t
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measures
his direction we have reorganizedand "A clean-up and fix-up cam- .
revitalized our operations.Ten paign designed to improve the passed by the recent special legiSlative -

new board members have cleanliness and beauty of our city session were disposed of in

been added., We have secured has been launched by The. Citi- one way or another.

many new members and community zens Community Council, a League Legal authority to dispose of t/
support. There is new life affiliate. City officials have public recreational facilities if

in the Urban League. .. aided in this work." necessary, to block integrationwere

Program Services Expanded Mr. Waring stated that "my given Sarasota County and A tip *f tie Pepsi Cap tot
He said "3500 Jacksonville par- experience in Jacksonville with the cities of West Palm Beach and b e a e outstanding yang
American wk make ear
ents and youth were given voca- its many wonderful people has a. .u Fort Lauderdale.Gov. country and ear eeaunumitv
tional guidance and information been one of the most fruitful and ..Collins sent four anti-race a totter. place In which te .
during our Vocational Opportu- pleasant experiences of my life." 4 mixing bills enacted by the recent *
conducted jointly special session of the Legislatureto
nity Campaign
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with 17 different schools, churches -I Secretary of State R. A. Gray,

and..civic groups. Tallahassee Man saying they would be allowed to *
"Our employment and indus- Loses become laws without his signature a
Probations *
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trial program has been strength-
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ened with more placements and Tallahassee J. C. Canada, 37, .... K *

production--during the first 'six who ran afoul of state courts: lost w Bishop D. W. Nichols *

months of 1956 than during the his probation privileges and was M Crosses AtlanticFor

entire year of 1955. Nine local committed to federal prison for a *

persons, referred by the League year and'a day by the U. S. District "., _. ___ .-._--- .-.:i 20th Time *

were recently employed at the Judge Dozier DeVane this FLORIDA ALPHAS Persons composing the Florida delegation who attended the Alpha Phi *
Patrick Air .Base as skilled and week. Alpha Fraternity's 50th Anniversary celebration held in Buffalo, New York. August 7.11 are shown Bishop D. Ward Nichols one of
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clerical workers Canada became a probationerin here. Shown in this picture are Sylvester Houstin Carl Vann Farrow, Erodes H. Hartley Cecil W. Boston the most widely traveled ministers *

League Working For New 1953 after he was convicted of Wilbur D. Williams. George L. Mims. Richard W. Robinson. Dr. Nelson Spaulding.Warren.W.Wal in America, made his 20th

Health Services transporting moonshine. He recently lers. Dr..Cyrus Jollivette. John A. Lawson. Jr.. Paul L. Hyde. M. 'G. Miles. A. L. Kidd Eddie Goins trip across the Atlantic recently.On *
"Our Community Service Committee completed a 50-day county and Robert K. Wright. I 16 of these trips he was accompanied *

.is now working hard to secure jail term here for possession of by Mrs. Nichols.On .
a medical facility for unmar- moonshine. this trip Bishop Nicholswas *
ALLEN CHAVIS
ried mothers with some type of Your Florida Normal Ex-Facully Member accompanied by Mrs. Nichols New Stanton Senior *.
adoption and child placement \ Editorial and the Rev. and Mrs. Rufflin Hick School
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service which is currently not i PATRONIZE Nichols Noisette of Wilmington, *
member
Chavis is a
available to the more than 100- Florida StarAdvertisers Speaks for Progress Says New Bulletin Is Misleading DeL The trip was made aboard the the 12-B leading class musicians and one of In *

000 Negroes in Duval County. We the Queen Mary. The visit will, the "Blue Devils High
.are happy that last March six Read Page 2 include European countries and Stepping Band." He is a *
leader in church affiliations
Bradley G. Moore former
Director of Teacher Education; the Bishop's attendance at the. and a real asset to *
Coordinator of Instruction, and his community
Supervisor of. Student Teaching of meeting of the Central Committeeof
Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial College, who resigned the World Council of Churches' *

.,--" ./ July 1. 1956 has joined the faculty of Bethune-Cookman Collegeand in Budapest, Hungary of whichhe ** *. *

i .Y.... will begin, work at this institution September 1, 1956.Prof is a member.
yr b! fated that he I *
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The group plans to visit at
r will work in the Division of Edu- bers in
I this Bulletin are no longer least eleven countries including J
+ < cation at Bethune-Cookman College with the institution.
Paris Vienna, Budapest and other
with the intern program at Many former students of Flo- places *

< ,. .. the Secondary level and other rida Normal will probably returnto The Bishop is scheduled to *
;. phases in the professional prepa- find their former teachers no preach the closing sermon of this 9Y y!
ration of teachers. longer with the institution *
"and: meeting in' Budapest on Sunday
-. "." Moore further stated that heobserved it seems to me", said Moore, Hha upon the invitation from the Re- *

nfL that he along with some an institution would not want to form Convent in BudapestDr. *
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sixteen former members of the list personnel as its faculty who Rufflin Nichols Noisette is

Florida Normal faculty are listedas had either resigned or who had the nephew of the Bishop and *

currently working at the Flo- been fired, as far back as six pastor of the Bethel Church.in y,
rida Normal College in its 1956- months ago."* Wilmington. :

57 Catalogue which is presently Professor Moore added that injoining 'll
1 t 1 being sent out to students. the BethuneCookmanCollege ANNETTE MADISONNew
LAWN< TEA SLATED SlantoB Senior
This, Moore said is not only faculty he plans to bring High School
: to wellas the best Annette is a recipient of
misleading prospective as that he has learn
.., former students of that insti- through experience and trainingto Choir 1 of ML Moriah AME her Pepsi-Cola membership recognition in the for

:Your money 4 tfce money you .speed with a merchant pays all tution, but is false publication, the program of teacher edu Church will sponsor a lawn tea Honor nalism Club.Society She and is member Jour-
Ms costs .f operating a bvsiness. You pay HU rent, lights water, since the seventeen faculty mem-I cation. Sunday from 4 p. m. to 6 p. m. in of 11A-3 Homeroom
..laMa. taxes and profits If he begins to "give" yea "Sticky the home of Mrs. Alberta,Reid at treasurer, financial of student secretary council of-
Little" trading stamps,.which costs him an extra 3 to 4 per cent 52 Magnolia Street Everyone is "Voice of New Stanton"
ifs still that has to foot the bill. So, remember the head majorette and president
your money The Failure To invited to come out and sip withus. of Algebra clastt
Little" A
text time a merchant tells you he i is ,n-illg" you "Sticky Adopt Strong *
trading stamps l just remind yourself that that ,after all, it's Mrs. Alberta Reid is the pres-
YOUR-MONEY THAT PAYS YES. IT'S YOUR ttONEY THAT I Civil ident. ** *, *
Flank
PAYS ALL THE COSTS OF OPERATING HIS BUSlNcvS AND Rights May. Cause -
IT'S YOU MONEY THAT PAYS FOR THOSE "STICKY LITTlE" : *
TRADING STAMPS. TOO. N. Carolina College
Democrats To Lose Negro Vote *
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MAXWELL HOUSE. VAC. PACKCOFFEE r",' :' ... \ *

Ih 73 ., :, "... CHICAGO Willoughby Abner, regional United Auto Workers RALEIGH N. C.-COllege offi *
can political action and educational director, declared here
t Monday be- cials here said at least two and
fore a of about 10,000: stock *
group yard workers
"the Democratic!
Mora Food Order
With $5.00 or :t:: possibly five colored undergraduates -
arty is in danger of losing the support of organized labor and the will register this fall at North *
HOT WEATHfR SPECIAL! IN BOTTLESCOCACOLA colored vote if it fails to adopt a strong civil rights plank and ignoresthe Carolina State College. ..
COPELAND HICKORY SMOKED Supreme Court's anti-segregation A *
cs. of! 24 590 ruling. Five have been accepted for the

HAMS lb. 390 "The Democrats don't need the fall term, two of them already en- *

With $5.00 or More Food Order Plus Deposit Deep South vote to win the elec- NAACP !rolled in summer schooL ..
Butt or Sleek Portion Appeal
Admission Director Kenneth D. *
FANCY BLUE ROSERICE tion but if they adopt the idea
Half Whole HAMS lb. 49
or that the Supreme Court is some Rabb said the two already in *
3lbpkg. 290 For Fancy Baking 8 to 12-lbi. Average kind of a subversive organization, Denied By Court summer school plan to return in

the'Democrats but that he does not DAVID NAPOLEON *
LEAN WESTERN- FIRST CUTS will lose Illinois,; September LXGGETT

Michigan, Pennsylvania, New I Montgomery, Ala. The Ala- know whether the other three New High Stanton School Sealer *
PRODUCE PORK CHOPS Jh. 390
FANCY:
York, Ohio and other industrial I bama Supreme Court denied an i will register. Leggett is an honorary *
states." Manuel Crockett, 17 and Edward teacher in his church
RIPE CENTER CUTS lb. 59< appeal made by the NAACP seeking I school and of the
FIRM f
Carson, 17, studying electri- 10A-7 rePjrerw{ an *
The votes of.the colored labor relief from a court ban and
honor from
the students graduate t
TOMATOES carton !19jFRESHE .LEAN WESTERN Just Right for Barbecuing and other liberals will go to the $100,000 contempt of court fine. I cal engineering are and James Weldon Johnson 1 *
in the summer session are and is now an honor student -
SPARERIBS lb. .290 Republicans if there is any com- The decision was reached after and parliamentarianof *
from Raleigh.
his class here at New
GREENCrtwderPEAS having the under advisement
promise on the civil rights case Stanton.
ques-
I I Walter Holmes and Irwin .
only a few hours. "
tion added.
100CALIFORNIA he
lb. CHASE SANBORN GINAT SIZE JAR Holmes of Durham and Joseph
Attorney Fred Gray, acting for other *_* *
called to I'Taylor of Gastonia are the
Instant COFFEE $1.19JAX The mass meeting was the NAACP, charged that Circuit
LARGE SIZECANTALOUPES the workers to date [three. .
"P" give an up Judge Walter Jones made 10 legal *

ea. 190 :SUPREME picture of negotiations with the errors in the hearing at which the j II I Coaratalattoat ir m Pepsi

packers for, new contracts which ban on the group's activities ,and; JaxOR Arrestei Cola. to these three;:Merit
RISK, CRISPLETTUCE COFFEE Mb. bag 690FLA. expire Sept. 1 according to Ralph!. the fine were imposed. Award wi..n

Helstein, president of the United The high court termed the' :*i LUte. te Pepsi Merit ...r4sol.tot"s
Ige. head 1210 .GRADE "A" SMALL JN CARTONS Packinghouse Workers. points raised "insufficient to war- Oft Robbery Connl ; on Pepsi Cola.

rant the issuance of the writ TEEN TIME, WRHC. 1400
EGGS dozen 35SWIFT'S Helstein said a floor fight by ea year dial; Saturdays 10 -
FANCY SLICED BREAKFAST pro-labor delegates would eruptif An original fine of $10,000charged Police have arrested Benjamin 11 AJ*.

BACON lb. cello pkg. 390 PREMIUM the civil rights plank of the I against the NAACP was Sherman 20, of 725 W. Beaver *
Democratic convention fails to raised to $100,000 when the group Street, for investigation in con-
failed to turn over to the circuit nection with, teh strong-arm rob- *
:THRIFTY SLICED BREAKFAST !BABY BEEF SALEGuaranteed mention the Supreme Court decision -
certain records
court including
bery of three people. He b being *
BACON ft. cello pkg. 23$ Tender or Doufc/e Your Money Back against ,segregated schools. membership lists. held without bond.

SIRLOIN orCLUB "Go to the polls and vote for the Charley worthey of 962 West *

3 LBS. 85$! STEAKS Ib; 490 people who will represent you in ttUQY UTMOST SHAVINGGillette Ashley Street, reported to police I

Congress and force them to live he 'was robbed of a wallet containing
HICKORY SMOKED BY THE PIECE t 1 at *
$5 and personal papers
TENDER to their promises" Helstein
up intersection of Johnson and
BACON Ib. 290 the
CHUCK ROAST lb. 330 also said.. Church..by three youthful boys.

Miss Irma Jean Harris, 1612 W.
TIDE 1 1W"lth 190 10th Street and Roy Rucker. 711
large pk I. FULL>CUT to IGmII&IJpIllli Super Speed RAZOR .
Dewitt Street were attacked ac- Pepsi Cola
$5.00 *r MoreFood OrderU. ROUND STEAK lb. 590 n ftl'rte4w"maddlr wtaNI t VRTX KUI UADf I cording to police by three teen
UpHlfbU (too reran* AMDSTTUNfCASI Deehn f
S. Ne. 1 WHITEPOTATOES_ C to* vrmttoo) crone .a: lagers as they were walkinlg in
FRESHLY GROUNDHAMBURGER to_OIl Pdnty-= Drie -. the 500 block on Johnson Street lackuarill.aetrosa'wttiput .
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IO lbs. 490 =:zota'nrX r.0ft1U .
lb.2k to e' te and about 1 a., m. The robbers took

N* Srriajt Attacked Come sad Get'lmt ...... .r"......-Qfg1lSl.......'.atetR f $23 from the woman and-$%6 from

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f ;Putnam C.'P"5.' Jones Family, Holds 'Reunion In Tallahassee I

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rTbe;wages of sin will never go unpaid." Goy, tq,

l ..,... Last'wpek= Miss Arnett Green was our guest to the movies. She .. c. a '; ((6 -.

accompanied by her sister Thomasenia Green.
was- .. _. *All bug feited by mdcpcivient loborotoriM ''
".. t This week we ,are "sending out i I during J23.000 R.word cflcr d>.d afar b9torayMi
w.th KEAL-UU Bua K41..
"'""an invitation to a young lady Thursday to several young people

who reads the Florida Star every with a lawn party in honor of her
a --
. week. She is married and has a God.son.Andrew. Mabry. Jr.'s yv r -6
little daughter. Her husband birthday. Ice cream and cake was f a2y.q. y

?, works for a very large fi m Now served. Assisting Mrs. Pinkston F. N i

.I aM sure she ,knows this,invitation were Mrs. Ruth Walker and Mrs. f1' : '

is for her. If she doesn't herr Maud Mabry. ..
aunt does. a i g r 'Melvin GraceAND

Mrs. Roberta Williams will be

> Professor and Mrs. F. R. Brooks presented in a recital Sunday ,

returned this week from Delray night at 8 p. m. She will be accompanied -

,. Beach and Ft. Lauderdale where by Professor Hartleyof
they visited Mrs. Bessie Brooks Ocala. The program will be 4

J the mother of Professor Brooks. sponsored by the Church Schoolof .

. Calvary Baptist Church. FAMILY REUNION Mr. and Mrs Edward Jones of Tallahassee held a family reunion recently THE DEACONGUIDING
The many friends of Mrs. Floyd
which marked the first time that all of their children had been together at one time in 14 years. Leftto
Lyod will regret to learn that she Mrs. Annie Mae Cherry Baker
: right are Mr. and.Mrs. Jones. Constance,Jones Ramseur. Dorby. Pa.: Harold Douglas Jr.. Charles
r 4"' is ill and confined to the Mary and children arrived in Palatka,
Calif. Edward and Harold Douglas Ramseur. Edward Jr. Flint Miclu Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas: Teresa.
Lawson Hospital. Monday from San Diego,
Patricia and Douglas Wayne. Bremerton Wash.. and Mr. and Mrs. William Jones of Tallahassee. Not YOUR WAY

,. ; shown,are Mrs. Bernice J. Dukes Gainesville and Robert Jones of Tallahassee.
Mr. Henry Coleman, Mrs. Mr Preston Bagley and Mr.

It Mable Lockhart and Mrs. Hattie Joshua ,Hutchinson'of.Hew York

.f Sims visited their sick aunt. inc City, accompanied,Mr..and Mrs. She used for her subject, "Do You Annual Stale School Of Wisdom
Perry, Florida last Sunday. Carl James of Washington, D. C. Have the Ingredient?" She was 10:00 to 12:00 A.M.

to Palatka, to attend the funeralof accompanied by Mrs. Corene Ellis

" Mrs. Vanillas Wilson was called his father. and two other young ladies. Heel Opens In Tallahassee Aug. 22The

" :1 to New York City last week ont I 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.

the account of the serious illnessof Mr. Joe Williams returned"last The ,funeral of Mrs. Minerva Ninth Annual State Schoolof i

her sister Mary Lee. week from.;New York City' and Belton was very largely attended Wisdom and Young People's! CAR POOLS

r I. Pa. where he spent his vacation. last Wednesday at the Mt. Tabor Educational Congress of Triumph

,;., Mr. and Mrs Frazier Hudson with his children. ._-. Baptist Church. Rev. J. W. Wal- the Church and Kingdom of God Tallahassee Action on a pro- Monday thru Saturday

have as >their house guests Mr. ker officiated. ,She was one of in Christ, will attract hundredsof posed ordinance which would

!" and Mrs.Jack McNair. Pensa- Mrs.Henry Coleman, was calf} PaIatk pioneer citizens. She is delegates and visitors to the have regulated operation of car

cola Mrs. McNair: is the aunt of to Miami this week to be at the survived by her husband D.: A. apitol city ,of Tallahassee, Flor pools was postponed this week indefinitely OVER

Mrs. Frazier bedside of her daughter Mrs. Belton Sr.; three sons, Dr. D. A. ida, August 22-26. by the city commissionhere. .
Cora Lee Dallas who suffered a Belton Jr. of Bucky, W. Court- The congress will be under the .

, ,'Rev. L. D. Green pastor of stroke. land and Wilbert Belton of Pal.. auspice of Dr. R. L. Williams of

Calvary Baptist Church left Sunday atka. Miami, Fla,. for nine years the The action was taken ,without
for Atlanta where he will Mr. Walter Grimsley of Ken State Superintendent the Con: discussion. WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

a Spend two weeks attending the tucky, was in the city last weekon gress. He will be assisted by Mrs.S. Previously commissioners
Gammon Theological Seminary. a business trip. He was the woks city :
O. Johnson of Ft. Pierce, Fla. had said the ordinance
was unnecessary
and Mrs.
of Mr.
, house guest Some of the topics' the youth
in view of a'ruling ONLY ALL NEGRO
Friends of Mrs. Blanche'Brown James Grimsley., PROGRAM SCHEDULE
, will discuss are "Religion and earlier this month State
will>regret to learn that she,is ill by:' Atty.
,_ Martin-hadas MONDAY FIUDAT Segregation and Desegregation"and General Ervin that car pool PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
,*" ,and confined.to a hospital Md. Mr. and Mrs. Albert
6. Sign On "How to stimulate our spiritual drivers transporting colored bus
She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary their house guests for the! past .::11 .*} Capralo News a Weather in God and in the
KelvinGrace growth boycotters must "for hire"
-It. Heaven's Road ( get
and Mrs. Joseph
Lee Cooper. monthMr.. Faust "
) Church. A state essay contest for their "
and their three children; Mr.' and 19-1M CapiU* Newt Weather tags automobiles.The 1361 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"
13 <:oe 'The Kid (Bob Hudson) will be conducted,during the Sat-
_ -* Miss Gwendolyn Oliver"has relumed Mrs. Thomas Harper- and children eat 3J Capnrio Now Weather urday day session. Prizes will be proposed city ordinance

*to the city after',a very and .Miss G. Martin all ,of f$13.5:*e fl3:" Canrale tie Kid Newt(Boh HatfMB a Weather) awarded to the best essay on the would have required cars trans-
""pleasant tvacation in NewYork; Philadelphia.Mrs. 113.1511 Jomplo with Johnny
porting passengers "regularly and
(Johnny Hews) topic for the senior youth, "How
,City and Tallahassee with her ISIS ie3 Capolo Weather Can We Best Prepare Ourselvesto continuously" in the city limits to
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Gospel
grandmother. She is the daughter Beatrice :Norwood accom- (Kelvin Grace) Cope With the Times We Are
: of Coach and Mrs. Billie Oliver. paniecT by her daughter Mrs. 11M > 1143 Capnle News A weather buy special tags. PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"
.. I 113- X2M Gospel Train,Nmnker,One Living In? Topic for the junior Colored riders have been boycotting
; Louise Johnson and Mrs ;Juanita (Kelvin Grace)
i 12:1.12:13 Local News (Joyce youth "How to Prevent Juvenile city buses since May 28. ADVERTISERS-
visited
Mrs. M. T. Hines has as her Lockhart and children I "

'-.' house guest Mrs. S. W. Adair of I IE relatives in .Georgia a few 'days ItOS U3e tllltnet Hndion) (Shaw Delinquency.Highlights of the congress will I

West Palm Beach, Fla. this "week.Mrs. 123e rs1'r Mart (Joyce Jorner)
: include the of State
I 1245 sn's world (Joyce presence
i Joyner) Prince R. C. Glanton of Connecticut -
Doctor J. A. Long and family R. K. Ragsdale was guest 14 11 Cancolo News Weather
Number State Prince H. Williams of
IM 2t Gospel Train ,
,are vacationing in New York speaker on a youth program last Two (Kelvin Grace) GAS RANGE SALE!
'Je: 21 Capsule Newt Weather North Carolina and tours of Florida :
Sunday at the Baptist Church at 213. 1:11 Gospel Train Number A. and M. University, theState's
City.Mrs. Baldwin. Mrs. Ragsdale who is Two (Melvin Grace)
3:$ 33 Captulo News a Weather Capitol and a state picnicon
Elmira Pinkston,>was avery one of Florida's most outstanding 33 4:It Jampln with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) the church's 126 acres of Rescue -
delightful hostess last. speakers was graciously received. 41: 43: 'Captmle News Weather land near Tallahassee.
43 St Junptn with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) State Choir singing will: be
f News * 6:1.513
, 93 ':M rCaprale ijvnptn.wtth Johnny under the direction of Mrs. : RangesNO

: : : ENJOYKRUEGER .::11 Sit Capnle(Johnny News Shaw)* Weather Amanda L. Smith of Jacksonville,
.*3 .:*$ ''The, Kid SATURDAY

.':::11 M .*> Capsule SUn OB News Weather

: :: : BEER"There's ..*3 -10 Heaven's Grace) Road (Kelvin MANDARINThe MONEY DOWN

: !:It 7*S Capsule News Weather
13 The Bob Hudson)
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S3':M -. f te:*3 The Capsule Kid News(Bob Bauson* Weather) deliver the sermon at 11 a. m. .

11: > 1I:1t Jamptn(Johnny wtth Shaw Johnny) Sunday in the First Baptist 24 MONTHS TO PAY

a Mvi ltt 103 Capsule News Weather Church. .
lt3 11** Gospel Train Number One the Smith
Rev. R. L.
(Kelvin Grace) At 3 p. m..t
l1:1t-- 113 Capsule News' A Weather will be heard:and at 6:45 p. m,
113 12** Gospel Train Number One 'Buy at Duval, Pay at Duval"
-- '(Kelvin Grace) consecration service will precedethe
U** 32:13J7 News (Joyce 20. Models To Choose FromFREE1
) sermon from the Rev. W. M. '..
,12:151V3H 1 Man On Street' (Shaw Daniels, minister of the church.

t' _zq ) w ,12 Jt -12:45 Joe Hudson Mart (Joyce 'l1:1eeJ1ier Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 is
125 1*$ A Woman's World
) scheduled to serve throughout the
!. .13 Capsule News A Weather I '
13 Sl, Gospel Train Number day.Revival
Two Melvin Grace) services concluded on
tIe 23 Capsule News A Weather !
t330 Juaptn with Johnny Friday night and were conducted';
?: :5 ) (Johnny Shaw) by the Rev. C. H. Simmons ofWatersboro.
I
3:** 33 Capsule News A Weather I
313.4** Jnmptn wtth Johnny S. C.
(Johnny Shaw) M iM.
4** 43 Capsule News A Weather i
43: 5o Jnmptn with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) -
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SIStI Jnmpln with Johnny HAMINSTALLATION
(Johnny Shaw)
<:tt fM The Kid (Bob Hudson) it..

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FOR 1 Y II .**:31-:31- i** Oral Heavens Roberts Bead is rhhsY ,And DELIVERYWith
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Tropicana Bar-21st St. & Myrtle 10 >. 2** Heaven's Road
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.. .Mfo.5?Parking Problems i .MADAMSTAR* : (above) and Stewart Granger star
-, I in MGMs terrific technicolor -
I western drama. "THE- LAST Duval.ApplianceCo.

KrMfiivleer Exclusive Witk \ 'lty;fortmr'TttferAll'&#........ as.. HUNT'showing! Sunday and all :

week at the Strand.; Co-hit is .
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ROW. starring Barbara Stan
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: Aboil Weakiess Die T. Loss : Meet; TOrDisCIISS' Goes To SI. Louis To Willie Army Davis Stint Off



t BY D. C. COLLINGTON : :: Florida Classic In 1 '57-Trick. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (Special)

TALLAHASSEE The Florida A and M 4 .. The Cleveland Browns lost
will be a much weaker team this year, bemoaned Head : TALLAHASSEE Officials of Willie Davis to the Army Tues-

'Gaither in a recent interview here. Florida A and M University and NEW YORK An announce- day.He _
Coach Gaither .old this reporter Bethune Cookman College met in ment has come from the office of reported for induction from

Boynton, Ocala, Jacksonville last Monday to con- Baseball Commissioner Ford C. the Browns' camp at Hiram. Ohio
"The !56 season forecasts trou- back Sal Gaitor, ;inue planning for the second annual Frick that the 1957 All-Star game without an ounce of fat among his
ble for the Rattlers. We are losingsix Guards Charles i &;t' Florida Classic football game will be held in Busch Stadium, 220 pounds.

men from last year's starting Pierce, and Carl which will be played in Jacksonville -. home of the St. Louis Cardinals. Noted for his pulverizing defen-

team-one end, both tackles, the bus Ga.. are the on October 20. Thecommissioner also said the sive work, the Texarkana rookie
center quarterback and the full from last year's. Present at the confab were was "Cleveland's fastest lineman
major leagues have
passed a reso-
back. This will make us a much American halfbacks Harold Whitehurst and Virgil.iawkins lution to aid the minor leagues and a stalwart in the rougher
weaker team than last year. more, St. ] Bethune; Dr. George W. next and phases of. play."
year that a six-man
"Our reserve replacements will Frazier, 3ore, Jr. J. R. E. Lee, Jr., Dr. W. committee has been appointed to Davis was an All-American tackle

be of average quality. The fresh- from the past P. Foster A. S. Gaither, Eddie study ,means of obtaining finan- at Grambling College.WOttD'SfASnSTflUINO.
man crop looks good on paper. It backfield. Irons and C. J. Smith III. A & M. cial and legislative relief for the
looks as though it will take us The next meeting will be held lower leagues.

two years to rebuild a strong varsity Monday, September 10.
HHOSCOK The committee will be com-
team.
"The schedule this year will be posed of Cleveland Vice President 7e
(Continued from ) Grambling Ace George Medinger Kansas' City
tougher than that of last year. We
opportunity to President Arnold Johnson and
'open with North Carolina Stateat
Durham, Sept. 22, approxi- success and to Signs Contract Boston General Manager Joe
or joint resources. Cronin for the American League
mately three weeks from the first
340-551967- and for the National
day of practice. This means that With Syracuse League
Cincinnati General ManagerGabe WITH JUST A TOUCH Ors
we will have to work very hard PARS S'
Paul, New York President
to be in shape for the opener. I
Born Jan 20-thru Horace Stoneham and Philadel-
GRAMBLING La. Robert
hope we will win some of our -
August 18th.to atucvO M. U tw.aA$5s >T AS r :n
"Li'l Abner" phia President Bob
Hopkins the tall Carpenter.
that
games and I am very positive
Let each day rangy basketball player from
we will lose some.
Lawrence Williams, Fort Pierce, treasures. Whether Grambling College who made
who started at quarterback most ned down by your basketball history and became an

called to the 'sibilities or All-American center, is bidding
of last season was .
Army August 6. Lonnie as he your leisure and farewell to collegiate competitionand
called, a constanti threat benefit most by not signed on the dotted line to I
was was
pursuits ahead of become a member of the ljOsNES
to the opposition due to his abil- Syra-
will be perfectly free cuse team of the National Basket-:
ity to run, as well as pass. He best choice in ball Association. ...i ,
made an average of12 rushing
the local conditions
Hopkins holds
dozen NCAA
yards in 16 tries and completed a
changes. The and NAIA scoring records and
for total
10 of 34 pass attempts a
of 282 yards. He tossed four brings profits in the was virtually unstoppable duringhis '

touchdown passes'and made one ed revenues, sound four years at Grambling.He .
productivity on the scored 3,759 points in 126
conversion for 25 points.
James Williams, Fort Lauder- who serve you. I games for a career average of 29.1 HAIR STRAIGHTENBl o.
a-70-88-13-76 .
raised the all-time rebound markto
dale, and Dennis Jefferson, Tallahassee -.4 Uw
.are expected io .battle it 2,191 and broke the 1,000 point lUCK RMdIIk
PISCES
free throw barrier with
slot left 1,292.
out for the quarterback
Lonnie. Both candidatessaw Born Feb. 13 thru Hopkins will join Coach AICervi's ..I
open by August 18th squad in September. SOiD AT AU MVO STOfitf ,
quite a bit of action as replacements The rewards of vaN fcy end peel barber ....
for Lonnie.
Veterans lost from last season's manifold. The SaxonBasilioBout
precious objects
starting eleven except the quar- you to overlook : MX rot ff er HAMt-lODAYt
terback position were Maurice .
as there are signs Is Set For
Graham, Miami All-SIAC end;
tackles.. Kelley Williams, Tampa allow your -

and tackle Callivan from Cincinnati Gladden, ;All-SIAC William consulting away avoid with mistakes your you at mate of P.M,1 September12th_ :: I


whom you generally NEW YORK The welterweight -

INGROWN NJULHUttTtNG careful not to disturb title fight .between cham-
family harmony by pion Johnny Saxton of New York
YOU
awn way regardless and Carmen Basillo of Canastota
......tPRtt
ations. Make no New York has been definitely set GORDON'SThere's

+ref l before you are sure, for Wednesday Sept. 12, at Syra-
A te..no trw .d ourcao va.t lrh.me o.tdrr.lr.a.t .s.OtlrGYO feelings. This period cuse; N. Y. War Memorial Audi-

MIL eIIewa t eM as.....tl eat aa ae t'-rr'b to- jable surprise for a torium..
.ra.: e OUN&O 7 80 77-15-69 The date
r e telephone conference was fixed between after a Irs o 11i n o ooo .

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FLORIDA Norm Rothschild, Syracuse promoter

l ..and Jim Norris, presidentof
IN the International Boxing Club. .e
WATCH THIS CLOWN 94.4
COLORED y The 15round'match.. will be
carried on network (ABC) tele-

36-8-17 vision and radio with a probability -

357-6-254 flJ1 7& e,' Syracuse of a, areaPOLITICS local blackout in the PROOF


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alA NEUMTM-
45-90-22 LETS *r PO WO EM t: slate. He has the right to take .
... a ... ia.nt, '- such action when it
221-23-845 SACK ..mfciim..v.rl appears thata
eels ntttvtrt iM* .*. .. court ruling would' not come
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MULTIPLE before the election date.
S...th.*.. ..'. ..pSo..tl. e._...slid.lNilAe taffwdiwtl*" It seems mighty early for the
... lees dew _n, .......,.... e. .
H. dlt. ....tNchH. -. Democratic Executive Committee
works It .n! ar*..4 to nominate a slate.Why all the
hurry? It is not yet certain that

FOR AUGUST 25th T-rK. a court ruling won't come in time.
I guess its up to the Republicans
!
52-10-34 I now to call for nominations for t11r1

the Justice offices.of the Peace and Constable -I r



ROST. TAYLOR THE BIG QUESTION ALONG
'
STR AID "THE LAST HUNT" THE BASEBALL FRONT is what

BARBARA STANWYCK has' happened to WillieMays I
SUN THRU UT ALWAYS since Leo (Lippy) Durocher discarded fD ,
'THERE'S
AUGUST 19..25 ,,,
the baseball world? Is it '"

1st 'Jox Showing! Midnite Aug. 25th ''THE I thatpurochercould, get more out Merw

of Mays than anyone else can do? ,.,'twrstrs. I

ROOSEVELT SKY Durocher Mays has,left.been in a slump since ,

: THE, BALTIMORE ORIOLES
,s.... T.... August 19.21 DUSK-TO-DAWH ALL KITE : ; han signed 21-year-old Fred 1
lit 1..1! -
"ON THRESHOLD OF SPA.CEH SATURDAY : Valentine a Negro outfielder
Plus. : Rod Call1eI'Oll 9 from Memphis, Tenn. Valentine is
uI.IDliS OF SANTA FEH 1 a switch hitter is, a student at !
Tennessee A St T 'State Univer
.... .
$u--. T. Manager Richards of
Paul
3 D.ri W.d. Thu Fn. "EAST OF I sity. }
.. Ginlike GORDON'S
CITY ACROSS RIVER" -Wn.D ] the Orioles said: "He is one of the : I.
GIRLS IN NJYE.M ] brightest prospects I've seen in along .
2 Shockers! 1 time." Richards made this America's Favorite
Clearly ,
Wed. -r0 TIa.n.HELL-8 ] statement after watching Valentine .

FRIDAY" NIT ''Ro, Ry,. i i slam three long drives over .
TALENT CONTEST ON ITA" : 29c TO 7:11 I Baltimore's 42S foot centerfield ,Nti-.-._iWllfliR3fi iif _M M"d> IDI OS.t> .,1I1LL-

.as it does to the players. J new manager. fence during a workout. -- -
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Post Eifkt THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, August 18, 1956




Chips Off The BlocksBY '::: :: = FLORIDA STAR SHOPPING GUIDE B:; The w9e: :tl


JAY JAY '
We had occasion to look, at a rery good program on television the.game for.money and not for glory or the promotion of the sport..I :::
Sunday nils.The General Electric Theatre presented a drama sort of It stands to reason that they want to sell tickets. They feel that t
since the Negroes did net demonstrate a willingness to the price I
Western flarered which had a deep moral In thinking of happening] pay
for premium seats last'year, we do not want good seats. They
on the local political scene the words of one of the actors run thru may '
my mind The underlying plot of the drama was* prejudice. In this be right in their thinking but we still contend that football fans go
case the rictim was an American Indian. The hero delivered a short to watch a game and not their seatmates.,If everybody had the rightto 1
treatise'on "'"Truthand how it has a way of coming to light. We get a seat wherever he choose everybody would} have been. happy *J IJ* *

hope the entire Dural County Democratic Executive. Committee: saw and there would have been no "incidents." Remember last year? f
the play. We still think: they are wrong in snubbing By the way the local fLOW
dalles have still refused to print pictures of sepia players on their
Events such as those which occurred in our town on Thursdayare *
enough to shake one's faith in Democracy. We are-aware of the sport pages. MQNEV SAVING

prejudices and smallness of the white southern American but we .
did not believe that any would stoop low enough to throw out a duly League' Forum PRE-PLANNING FOR
elected slate of electors and twist the ballot to suit them.

When you read this Ernest Jackson will have'been, stricken frpm Lisls TEACHERS' BEGINS' From NEWSQM'S Used Furniture Dept.
the ballot. Yes it is legal The same type of legality surrounds JackTon's t ,SpeakerAppearing
case as did the<"1egallynching'" of Charlie: Copeland and hundreds (Continued from Page If)

of other Negroes.This is not'the time to feel sorry for Jacksonor on the panel Sundayat the Florida State Teachers Association ;
for us. We must back against the wall and grid out loins for a 5 p. m., at the Christian En- will be held in New Stan-
battle. Every Negro man woman and child should make himself a deavor League in the St. Paul ton Senior High School for all .
committee of one*and help to get out the vote. The ballot is ou AME Church will be Vernon teacher school secretaries and USED

weapon. Tis true in this case they disregarded the ballot but we King, a recent graduate of Allen principals on Tuesday, August 21
must bounce back and try again until they get tired and see we University and Miss Annie Alexander from 9a.m.to3p.m.
intend to elect a Negro official in the city government. .
a student at Bethune- Wednesday from 9 a. m. to 11a.
We saw one of the best movies .... have seen in many a moon II Cookman College. m.a program of Orientation for

at the Roosevelt last week. We are referring "Carousel"" starring The theme for the program is new teachers will be held in
Gordon McBae. The picture played for only two days. We,are quite "Permanent' Security For A James Weldon Johnson 'Junior
sure that anyone who saw,this movie would have been thrilled. Yet Changing World." High School Beginning at 11 'a.
we cannot understand why the management insists on bringing the of m. a special program. lunch and
Alexander Cottrell president
"creature and other chillers for long runs and give them such! conducted tour of industrial Jack
the league, will make a black-
buildups. Oh yes we Just happened to pass the Roosevelt and looked i sonville for new teachers will be
board demonstration at this meet
at the marquee. A movie which played for three weeks "downtown"and i conducted by the Jacksonville FURNITUREOPEN
,
had a Icng Broadway run was hardly advertised.. know the: ing.Andrew Boston is forum chair- Chamber of Commerce. From 2:30
management of the theatres has set himself up as a sort of local: man. to 3 p. m. new teachers will meet
censorship board which like all other things operated by whites for with Dr. Scott aFthe Afro-Ameri
colored has the belief "we know what the colored folk like. They can Insurance ,Building.

don't go for this and that. c Grant t Memorial While the orientation programfor
If citizens in the New Berlin area have been amazed by talk o f new teachers is being held,

a flying saucer in the area they need not be alarmed. It is only Ben After Service all former ,teachers school secre-
Durham Jr. practicing his routine for the first Water Show spon- taries and principals will meet in AN ACCOUNT EASY TERMS
sored by'the New Berlin Water Ski Club this Sunday New Berlin. their respective school buildingsfrom .
Ben has been the outstanding skier in this area for some time.: In Precedes EventAn 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
addition to local performers aquatic stars will converge on the si
Thursday the pre-planning
Johns from points as far north as Atlanta. Featured will be a set of
aquabelles who have been practicing secretly. after-service is scheduled workshop for secondary schools 3 PC. BEDROOM 2 PC. LIVINGROOM 3 PC. DRESSER
for Sunday at 8:30 p. m. in the will be held in James Weldon
Members of the local Hampton Alumni group are selling tickets
SUITE
SUITE SUITE
Grant Memorial AME Church at Johnson's School from 9 to 3. All
for the Joan Crawford thriller "Queen Bee. Playing with Queen Bee
which time the Senior Steward elementary teachers school sec-
is the French movie which has won much acclaim from New
saucy Board of the church will begin its retaries and principals will meetin 95 $
York critics The Bed. This movie is adult fare and has English
anniversary celebration. The celebration I respective school buildings.The 54995 12 995
subtitles. We must compliment the management on their new policy
will continue through
of bringing in some of the better foreign films. The movie will help pre-planning workshop for
the group to sponsor the world famous Hampton Institute Choir in August 27.According. i secondary schools will continue at
a Spring Concert in Jacksonville. to an announcementby James Weldon Johnson on Friday
the chairman Solomon Small from 9 to 3 and
Local teacherr who attended summer school at FAMU this summer elementary teachers -
the speakers will be the Rev. and principals will meet in :
are commenting on the tightening up of requirements.All of the MODERN TABLE KITCHEN
Richard L. Wilson pastor of the their respective school buildings.The .
educators are yelling about the pressure. In this age of eventual integration -
thera can be no easing by. We must toe the line."No longercan West Friendship Baptist Church elementary school secretarieswill SOFA BED LAMPS CABINET
and the Rev. B. H. Hartley, pastorof meet in their respective
the'door, must In
we,expact. to slip through we pay our way.
many national publications,week the words of Dr. Benjamin F. the Friendly Baptist Church.At school buildings from 9 a. m. to '
May were quoted. Dr. Mayes told the Negro teachers flatly that it 8 p. m. Monday the Rever. 12 noon then they will meet with 5995 $295 51095
was up to them.Under Florida's new pupil assignment law which,the ends W. E. Young IL H. Wright the secondary school secretariesin
local school hope to -use to,circumvent the Supreme Court decision. and D. W. Welcome are- to con- James Weldon Johnson from
Negro children can still gain admission to "..hUeschools if the duct the meeting.The 1 to 3 p. m. to hear a special talk.

teachers take it upon themselves to prepare the children. We have Rev. R. L. Jones and the On Monday, August 27 from 9

bragged about our porior preparation for many a moon. ,Now is Rev. Ernest Newman will conduct to 3, the pre-planning workshopfor PLATFORM 6 PC. SOFA BED INNERSPRING
the time to put words into action and prepare our children 10compel. I the service on Tuesday nightHefrWaetaJ elementary schools will be
,
held in John E. Ford
.. I Elementary ROCKER OUTFIT MATTRESSES
,
Freddie Brown the Buick salesman is busy trying to find School Alf secondary schools
William Minton. Both boys are running neck and neck: trying to school secretaries and principalswill

collar'prospective Buick buyers John Harris ,the Schlitz representative meet in their respective $495 29 fl"
,in this area has been working with J,T. Reed,:the local Cook and general housekeeper school buildings.

-driver-salesman' for the last two weeks. Harris works out of Atlanta on or off premises. No Sunday The pre-planning workshop for I
Nip"Calvert' Sams has sponsored more benefits than any ,man work. Call EV 9-1753. elementary schools will continueat
_ in town. We must take off our hats to Nip for one thing. He is readyto John E. Ford on Tuesday Au-

come to the assistance of any group or organization and aid themin MAID Young. high school grad gust 28 from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.
any manner he can. light housework. days. $20 and secondary teachers school LOUNGE ELECTRICGAS
;Veatriee. Washington and Eunice Coker have returned from a wk. Phone EV 98292. secretaries and principals will
long trip which took them'an through Tennessee and South Carolina meet in their respective school CHAIR RANGE RANGE

t.Caruka Gonzalez and Lois Showers,are among those,who have buildings.
returned from summer school 'Frankye Shannon Rolle and her RHfRS Far Kent On Wednesday, August 29 from $
hubby Billy were in town for a few days. Frankye was a memberof I 9-3, Interest Day for all teachers. 4 :1995 5995
the Florida contigent,which'studied Physical Ed at Indiana U. this Modern furnished two room apt. school secretaries and principalswill

nommer. Couple or settled lady prefer- be held in James Weldori

Helen King had as her guests two lovely young ladies ,from red. 741 West Monroe Street. Johnson School: ..
Knoxville this week. Both,young ladies were' instructor'
,this ummer and could ski. You should,have seen'the tans .!> 9-3 and on Friday August 31
Almetha Bacon Jackson has a guest from,Panama City in' the way from 9-3, all teachers school sec- CORNER OF BROAD & ADAMS STS.
of; Laura Daniels.. j WANTEDRECENT retaries and principals will meet
Saw Johnny Grant He: is still kicking high and getting about in their respective school build-
town. Last week he introduced us.to a pretty young thing by the HIGH SCOOL ings to conclude the pre-planning
name of Henrietta Thurmond. Miss Thurmond had the prettiest two- activities.

tone tint job on her hair we have seen in a long time.It GRADUATEAble "Education For A Growing
is a pleasure have,dental checkups at Dr. Hunter Sailerwhile's To Drive Car Community" is the theme for the l lElUJJJ51[ JI JI'5

office. Dr.. Satterwhite has as his dental hygienist Roseria APPLY SAT. 2PJ. workshop this year.
Thomas. She Is a recent graduate of Meharry Medical College and 423 Broad Street Monday, Sept 3. is Labor Day
U'* native giiL,Her equally as charming younger sister.,Nevada is Holiday.
now an officer in the Army Nurse Corp. School children will report to
Dr. Nelson Spaulding, and his ThunderbinT spearheaded a school on Tuesday, Sept. 4 and The South' Outstanding Furniture Store

group of Jaxons who attended the Alpha Convention in Buffalo and schools will operate all day. I
the National Medical Association: in New York. Other Jaxons attending Visit .
the medical convention are Drs. Childs Schell and Washington.On .
the subject of the medic. we had occasion to''visit the, new Lucille's Bar-B-Q I

offices of Dr. Roosevelt D. Mills on Myrtle Avenue. Dr.. Mills has FOR lEST 0AX-9-Q Announcing ..
just opened his new offices adjacent to his residence.:. The new
the location; of :
spacious rooms give credit to any medical man. We wish him much Chicken and Ribs new
1.
ruccess. Ice Cream Soft Drinks ANDREWS GROCERY & MARKETAT HOUR-

We have given the sponsors of the professional football game The Sauce ft So Coed BROAD & CHURCH STS.
old nick. It b only right to try and .look at the situation irom the PRODUCESFormerly
promoters point of view._The promoters are in business. They are in Comer 12th Street GROCERIES-FRUIT-BAKERY \ 11' \
2127 FAIRFAXMISS ( Breed & Ashley) \\ CLEANERS
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