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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 1, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 1, 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:
UF00028362:00289

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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A young Jacksonville woman who was the victim of brutal Will Stand By NAACP :

/ butcher knife attack narrowly escaped fatal injury here this week. 1 1f'

tl> Matilda Washington. 19. of 628 r4. 4

:.if West Duval Street suffered a BY ERIC O. SIMPSON :is

'- ,. knife wound in her upper right Paellas Beard I Bishop, D. Ward Nichols, newly appointed.presiding prelate of s
arm when she was allegedly attacked A
the Florida African Methodist Episcopal Church raised a collectionfor W x

t.- by a man named Chico Bilks Eiforciif the Tallahassee boycotters during the AME State-Tri Conference _-__ _' _._._- __v,.,. ,._v.v. .. _.-.___' ___,._.. I -- ..
Turner whom she' described as in netted the Inter-Civic Council last
$550
::.' her ex-boyfriend. I Jacksonville that Thurs SHADED Sitting in the shade of over-hanging trees is a group of charming Jax socialites who
Mew Scktil Law I '
... Matilda Washington told police day.Bishop Nichols who his arrival in New York.fromJSuropedescribed were guests at a lawn party at the horn of Mrs. Eliza Perry 1436 West 10th Street. From left are I
that she and Turner had been onaffectionate upon I Mrs. Aldonia Joyner.. Mrs. Hazel C. Argreii.. Mrs. Ora Mclrer. Mrs..Alice Johnson and Mrs. Wilmer. .
.the jarn, t ,8evi r' : .. .. .......LDonau ..
.... terms for..about .a r: w a..9me'inellas : + + -FL R1 ASTAa.PHOTO'Goyerlor's ---- "- '
w. year butxece'nUy raft developed .County School Board objected: r1 itx as- *"a heniousjbffense,against the -- ---

.:. and they parted. She said that last Wednesday to enforcing pupil principles of democracy," pledgedthe
!! Choice
when they met Turner last Wednesday assignment laws which one board wholehearted! support of the Boycott Leader ArrestedIn

at 217 Jefferson he attempted member William Williams, called AME church in Florida to strug- .
::' to effect a reconciliation. "highly un-American." :gle for justice and equal rights. 3f Committee

; Investigating officers E. Jef- Williams said some provisions The new head of the AME Police Crackdown
''ur( ferson and J. Doe reported that sounded as'f "written by one ofHitler's r Church who has long been in the Draws Criticism
P'!'' the said when she yr
young woman agents. forefront of the leadership fight
refused to resume the relationship The school board is predomi- ,I ing for equal opportunities signal- _

t with Turner he wounded her nantly Republican. The Legisla- I ed a new outlook for the denomi- TALLAHASSEE-Gov..LeRoy BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT

with a.butcher knife ture, which passed the assignmentlaws nation in Florida'when. he assured Collins last Wednesday appointeda I Tallahassee Rev. C. K. Steele leader of the Tallahassee,bus

kf'A She was taken in police car is Democratic.. an NAACP representative that bi-racial committee to advise I boycott, became a two-time victim in the police crack-down on car

to Duval Medical Center where I'I't School Board Chairman A. "we'll stand by you when they him in implementing segregationlaws !pool operators as he was hauled to the police station for the second

I G she,was treated and later released. Franklin Green asked board at-' investigate you." He said, "when enacted by the recent special I time in a week on a charge of operating a car pool automobile without .

torney Edward Turville to deter- they investigate you (the NAACP) session of the Florida Legislaturebut a for hire" tag.
mine the personal legal liabilityof already there is criticism for He released under $100
they investigate us. was
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t Scked Guards members for either violatingthe m Robert Saunders disclosed his choice of two men. on the. bond pending hearing.Rev. .
BISHOP D. WARD NICHOLS
,_ <' U. S. Supreme Court,ruling Thursday that the NAACP will state payroll Steele. who is president of
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: tt NN! Tuesday against segregation or for violating I launches new leadership gin legal aid to the capital city Retired Circuit Judge L. L. the Negro Inter-Civic Council

= state Jaws aimed at preserv- Mycotien. Fabisinski of Pensacola was which has sponsored the 3monthold 9 r9yk' ew

ing segregation. AMETs lauach During the session which heard I named chairman of the commit boycott, registered strong ''
The,Jacksonville'Colored School Green said the board seemed to Robert Saunders NAACP state tee. Other members are Doak S. protest against his arrest.

'. Guards Association will meet be caught in the middle.A representative call'for leadershipto Campbell, president of Florida He at
was picked up Tuesday
: Tuesday evening;'September 4th, motion to follow the state Civic ProgramFor help get Negrees registered as State University since 1941: J. R.E. .' about the same place he was arrested -
in the Police SubStation assignment laws was tabled for Lee business of Flor
: ..>;..at 8:00 o'clock voters especially in Florida coun- manager on Monday.The car he was
:';. on Davis Street. two weeks. ties where they were intimidated Ida A.ft M Uni ersify. filled with
'Rigkis' Fight driving was passengersat
: Lt A. B. Beattie of the Jack- from voting. Bishop Nichols who Lee has been business managerat the time.

.sonville Police Department will -- has served on the Republican A & M here since 'coming to ; x
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aya
be present to discuss matters per Klu Heel Set; The AME Department of Human Committee and in other important Florida 32 years ago. Fifty-nine Steele of the served arrests notice would that be legal-chal-
ity
tabling the School Guards opera Relations composed of minis- capacities declared that he years old, he is a native of Mar- s o aa

I. ,. tions. To ters in key cities in Florida was would speak in Tallahassee for shall, Tex. His father was president'of lenged.. .
: :The following school guardswill Negroes Pray formed by Bishop D. Ward Nichols the boycotters: "inside, outside or A & M from 1924 to 1944. The police crackdown on car

> be expected to attend: presiding bishop of the llth any kind of side." poolers brought the 11th arrest

Mrs. Janie E. Thomas Darnell- 'Tallahassee The revival of Episcopal District here last Nichols said churchhas a re- last Wednesday and pointed to a

t; Cookman School; Mrs. Marion the Ku Klux Klan in Florida Thursday afternoon in*what he ligious as well as civic responsibility Eye Test Cliiic definite pattern of persecution.

f. Sneed Doug -Anderson School; which has brought open meetingsof called a move to organize the and added that the churchis Steele said the man arrested.

i.. -' Mrs. Helen McMillan,. John E. hooded, white robed Klansmenin church to support the effort for morally justified in backing a Is ExtendedMore Henry T. Smith has been driving '"" .

1.;: Ford School; Mrs. Callie Jackson, Jacksonville Starke and Calla- integration and welfare of the boycott under present conditionsin in the car pool but when REV. C. K. STEELE '.:

:, West Jacksonville School Mrs. han with crosses burning,in at race as whole.. Tallahassee and MontgomeryAla. stopped had only members of his protests arrest
i' Lillian Davis Smart P.Llvingstop least two instances moves into the In called to outline than 500 Jacksonville family and one friend in his car
a meeting school children secured
f School; Mrs. Alma Glass RichardL. capital to stage another demon- of and social Rev. R. H. Harris pastor of age and was on the way to Thomas-
lie religious
Brown School; Mrs.Marie Jen- stration Saturday nightA course Bethel AME Church and:Rev. K. free eye-iesis last week during villa. Ga, to lake his twin daughters -
action the AME church will take CLINIC
EYE TEST
FREE
f: '.kins. A. L. Lewis School; Mrs. Klan spokesman ,said the the recently appointed bishop told S. Dupont both .of Tallahassee, a sponsored by the Florida Star to the dentist. Segregation .
Mildred Forehand, Oaklan d j meeting would be held on private !represented the Inter-Civic Council Smith was charged with opera I ,
ministers from virtually
every in with Dr. Williars
t School; Mrs. Teresa King Forest property six mile west of I sponsors of the boycott at the cooperation ating without a "for hire" tag and
city in Florida attending the an- R. optometrist at !
Toney. Sail Goes Back
Park School; Mrs. Rochelle Tallahassee on U. S. 90. State-Tri Conferencehat' I AME sessions. was released under $100 bond. -
nual S41 Davis St.. near Kings Rd.
w : Brown College Park School; Mrs The Klan spokesman said the AME ministers "have not been Children who had been suffering Cases of six Negro drivers arrested -

t. Johnny Clark, Susie E. Tolbert three-month-old bus boycott in vocal enough"Bishop Orientation Week from headaches and had last week for violating the To Federal Court "
School; Mrs. Evelina Norman St Tallahassee would, be one of the "for hire" tag requirement were
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said that the been affected in
Nichols
h- Pius Catholic School; Mrs. Johnnie subjects discussed by speakers.. For Freshmen Set dullness many in ways set for trial in municipal court ..
church has a job to perform on including getting
Mae Simpkins Long Branch News of the scheduled Klangathering
6 of an
for Sept. despite protests MIAMIA
Sundays as well as on weekdays their lessons were put on the .
School, and Mrs. Alicia Beaty. At Edward Waters
brought the announce
for the civic council that
.:. that it is their:, duty to takean right track when it was found attorney suit challenging Florida's
Mrs. Janie T. Thomas president meat from Rev. C. K. Steel should be in state '
jurisdiction school segregation laws and Dade
interest in the religious as wellas that they had been suffering
r i" ; Mrs. Marion .Sneed, secretary leader of the boycott thai a prayer President William Stewart has court rather than municipal court. County school .sep.egation -
: practices
civic life of the people. from vision. .
: Police Lieutenant A. B. wDlbe held while the. announced the Freshman Orientation poor
; meeting
:': :; The FREE'EYE TEST State Atty. Gen. Richard W. was tossed back to the Federal .
Beattie,, .City-wide Director. Klan demonstrates. In addition to supporting the Week schedule for Edward .
CLINIC has been extended for Ervin ruled recently that automobiles Court last Monday.
for school desegregation: 'Activities will
fight Waters College.
.;. School Safety Patrol.JACKSONVILLE Steele said the prayer meeting
I another week and win be con- operated in the car pool The amended complaint replaced -, f
the
11." will be to the public with and the Tallahassee boycott begin Wednesday Sept 5 with an
: open ducted from 4.daily must "for hire" tags since a suit filed June 12 and
Tuesday. Sept. carry
Relations
of Human in the B. FLee
new Department assembly program
L invitations to be sent to
,t ADOPTS I II' (I the special Tallahassee City Commission will work with the NAACI'and Auditorium at 9 A.M.follow- from 8 a. m. io 6 p. m. they are primarily engaged in dismissed a week ago by Federal

other organizations in a driveto which incoming students will at the offices of Dr.William R. transporting passengers.The Judge Emett C. Choate. sIt
1 ing
! :" SEGREGATION RULE arid police department.He
I' 1 .invited "anyone el** who is get Negroes in Florida regis- be taken on a guided tour of the Toney. 941 Davis St. near boycott was called May 28 was brought by a group of

board of I Interested. in praying that Cod :tered and to use ,their vote. intel- campus. In the afternoon male King Road. in protest against segregated Negro parents in behalf of their
= Duval County
The I will better relations. 'ligently. :students will confer in the Library There is absolutely so chargefor seating required by state law. children and charges that the -4
lY. instruction Tuesday adopt-: give us race -
public returned this with instructors and female the eye_tests. The programis rights of the children under the
rules I The hooded organization has The prelate who
resolution setting
Ii up
fi ed a being conducted as a public amendment to the U. S. Con-
It Health lEAD 14th
to conform had several meetings recently in week from a tour behind the Iron students will report to the 1
f for pupil assignment physical examinations.At. service by the Florida. Star and Your stitution are being violated under .
the
-: law passed by central and northeast Florida but Curtain said that after seeing Centerjor .J
its ". with a segregation dominated is 7:30 m. a movie will be Dr. Toney. three separate parts of the U. S. .
J( the special session .of the Legislature I this is the first to be staged near countries he proudof p. EditorielPage
j tc the Florida capitaLrecently. the American way of life. shown in, the Lee Auditorium. Code.


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NEWS
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BY ERIC SIMPSON |

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: :l/ ,f i Wilkins Calls GOP Civil Rights Plank
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-V- P. O. Box 561 JaduMyfHc I, FlorMoStroot .,' "Shade Better" Than That Of DemocratsThe

483'tIre.d, ; cluooTiHo& Fkrld. PM.'Ehi.:<- n3f .. shade
'\'" Republican platform appears "a better than that of

ftIC' 0.,SIMPSON ,._ MoMfltifJoktsoa !.E.uh' Jt the Democrats on the subject of aril rights." Roy Wllkins. NAACP

;.,...... ,. ? ,. ., Hews Stiff S.fr -1," executive secretary. said in a statement issued at Association head
.S r quarters in New York: last week.

Member of Associated Negro Press .. However, the civil rights, authority -
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.._. I 4rt cautioned that the difference -,
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''..4'1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES ---.-- between the two plat- .' ; ",' "
'; OM Y..,, $5.00; Huff Year, SI.09; Tfcroo Moota, $1.80 forms is basically so slight" 're, '
.3y
.... Mated T. Yo.. AjrywMre '.. the U.tod Stctm.Pcyablo .lr c 'Kr garding civil rights that "the "
4S.Msrfptiau I. Adraaco.. Itod'C&ocki ., MOM; Ordm. Tw, : : I voters may have 'to decide which''II

:riMIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561. JACKSONVILLE 1.; FLORIDA, :1 : $q {li I candidate or candidates will do' : .

V !the best job.
.. :.-.. 'THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: \ { Mr. Wilkins advised voters to i>

o ."watch carefully how the candidates -
1. Negro Flrtmen. ">,. !
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... national, state and local.
2. More Negro Police Officers. and of each party express them-j

3. Squad Cars for:the Negro Police. .,. '" &. ;"t selves and make pledges on the
$ 4. More and Better Schools Speeding Up,of,r the,:' civil rights .

; Building Program. '" 4;" VV 1| judging the two parties' civil j
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rights statements, the NAACP j
t "official. called the "major civil ,

Mass Meetings Show There Is Need .h '! t frights, of-'thetSupfeme ssue"at present implemen-Court de- ,,{

.c" cision of public school segrega-j I I" tlf
Fer Broader Here
OrgsiizairtM tion. 3.
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r I On this subject he noted that I : : e ..-*-.' ., ..- }.'--i:
;ytv.1t the Republican civil rights plank'accepts'
Last Monday night we witnessed a mass meeting held in t.t1 SIMPSON
the Supreme Court desegregation -
the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park called obviously to register .

opinion and that the NAACP official "perhaps the one
protest of the'recent unjust ousting of Ernest Jackson, as the / I
.t arty 'concurs' in desegregation outstanding point in the Democratic
:nominated Democratic, candidate for Justice ofthe,Peace by I ,
fEtf f-"V- ''with all deliberate speed. j platform."
-=members of the Democratic Committee; and"-evidently to .1 .
Mr.
Unfortunately Wilkins 'S.
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'Carouse..the Negro citizenry: to, the need for registration in ll:}tJ 9t : ,1v0.34\Oy4s said, "the Republicans; weakened I;i The situation insofar as the two
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large.Bttstbers.
y* When-the Ugly Stains Are 'Removed Can They Be Completely Linked" their statement on the Supreme"parties' planks are concerned cer-
"The-parkwas'far from crowded, but it was.encouragingto Court by declaring that segrega- tainly leaves the Negro people
'see'the number that were present-despite the lack of pub* recy over your worldly ambitionsand tion should be eliminated 'pro- I without much to choose from.In .
lidty the event was given-which,came from, handling "" .*
poor financial manipulations so as gr ssively This has the same Florida, and especially-
on.the part of the sponsors. !1Ysir. Weekly not to give others the chance to meaning as gradualism and could val County where Negro voters
The presence of those people and the enthusiastic .ap erect obstacles in their paths. give the Republican blessing to were given a bitter pill to swal-
plause they gave in response to the remarks of .the.speakers Guard against illusions and con- any plan stretched over any number low when the Democratic Com-
is definite proof that a goodly portion of the Negro people-are' ..'- .illeroscope Guide fused action. of years from one to 50. Muchof mitteemen picked a new slate of

-indignant over the recent undemocratic act executed by*some 8= 40-17-65-191. the Republican advantage over nominees for constable and justice -
members of the Democratic Committee; .#' WHICHZARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR, ,- the Democrats on the Supreme of the peace offices and selected -

,The response to last Monday night's meeting..also'indi .jJUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL SCORPIO Court decision language is lost by I all of the duly nominated
,cates that Negroes are becoming awake to the'pressures that Born OcL,24 thru'HOT.'22 this concession to gradualism." !except Ernest 'Jackson, a Negro.
..are being brought upon us from all directions, and are there- By: PABLO, The ASTROLOGER August 18th to 24th The Democratic statement on" The issue involving Jackson
,fore beginning to realize that* the time has come when we Progress is a lifetime job. Put tb. Supreme Court decision, the I must remain one of those wait-
..must unite and fight off these attacks to impede our progress aside the present concerns about NAACP spokesman: asserted.|andseeaffairs until such time as
'with our votes. VARIES to expand your circle of local your business or public activitiesand "amounts to nothing more than a the matter goes through all the

-- We note also that there have been other mass meetings Born March 21 tnru April 19 activity and to adopt policies that spend your time giving as mere statement of the obvious Ii various court hearing that will

called at various churches, ostensibly for the same purpose August 18th to 24th work best for you;; Your sincerity well as taking pleasure. This per- and promises to do nothing to result..To' say the least, it is one
.. as last Monday night's rally. The only regrettable,thing about Action .speaks louder t h a n helps to make the' ties with your iod is likely to expand your circleof bring about desegregation. grand mess that could take a long
""these"mass-meetings is that the sponsors are missing the op- words. Your sign give; notice of cherished ones. deep and endur- acquaintances with glittering Aside from the question of implementing -I long time to get settled.

portunity of bringing together sections of the Negro community the. value of having sufficient ing, even if you receive contrary prospects picking up some new the Supreme Court For the benefit of those who
who will unite in a common movement. cash and assets in reserve, and advice or encounter' opposition and exciting friends. As long as school decision, Mr. Wilkins criticized -! have sought our advice on ,civic
have individual rallies creating stronger and enduring from members of the family you realize that life's failures and the Democrats for their lack j; and political matters, this writer
It would.appear that rather than '
drives family and economic ties. Guard circle. experiences in the past are the ofa, specific pledge'on.sponsoring j will keep a listening post open for
and promotedby
sponsored by various registration
groups against marital or domestic mis- 2-50-66-18-57-298. stepping stones to future progress, federal civil rights legislation. i: what the Democratic and Repub-
different it would more effective to
organizations, prove
understandings. Affection on your you'll react constructively. 'The Republican plank," he, lican nominees for president have
and workers from all of
form civic council of leaders parts
a
side as.well as on the part of your LEO 79980-13-74696.. pointed out, "promises to try to I jto say in relation to the Negro
-the city who would promote mass meetings, to attract every
dear is the main contributorto legislation embodying the
ones 23 thru 23 pass people.
I
Born July Aug.
!< Negro family and 'would push a registration drives as trulya .
-i effort. harmony and a general feelingof August 18th to 24th SAGITTARIUSBorn civil rights items recommendedby I To go a step further, efforts are
people's well-being. Avoid putting off Realism and altruism can blend.A NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 President Eisenhower and included being made to secure, directly
Too long have we been working, jealously, as separate jobs that are pressing. certain amount of rest, some August 18th to 24th in HR 627 which was pass from both presidential nomineesor
units with each group only. interested in the success of its own 51=50-44-17-63-481."' traveling _around, and the intel- Climb only one step at a time. ed by the House at the end of the at least from their: close as-
-rallies or ,registration drives and going about our efforts in You take 84th Congress but not acted
lectual pursuits you favor are the can up your professionalor upon sociates-what each administration
seemingly constant fear that someone else will steal the glory.. !TAURUS main ingredients for success and public life with greater. vigor I by the Senate." intends to do in regard some

Jackson's eventualv1 tory'will be a victory for the Negro Born April,20 thru May 20. happiness. Gain is more likely to and determination- make more Mr. Wilkins took the Republicans of the problems concerning the
people. His defeat will be defeat ,for the], Negro people of August 18th *o 24th come through dealings in land, than customary headway: This to task for not mentioninga Negro peole, if either of them is \
Duval and Florida. It will not be victory or defeat for one Faithful allies are priceless. old properties, business and pro- sign shows that confidential inquiries I' revision of rules in the Senate elected to the office of president.

group or organization.. Your desires are likely to cover fessional pursuits instead of thru should lead to influential and House which "have blocked When the Florida Star is satisf -
Let us therefore utilize the talents and energies of all considerable territory and influ- speculative ventures. Delays, con- support or capital backing. Yet civil rights legislation because in which party offers our peoplethe
that are available in this struggle of the Negro people to ence your actions for awhile. You fusion and a' feeling of futility; this period indicates that some of the Senate a filibuster could be best chance for first class

secure the rights. and privileges ,due us under, 'the law of are enjoying the- blessings .that may.be induced by the "problem"] your hppes may be based on false staged and not choked off. citizenship, the Florida Star will
the land. are thus showered on you main- indecision. Uphold your self-con- premises as well as promises. Or The Democratic promise to take support that party and sponsor a
.E.O.S. tain the marital or other ties with fidence and keep going. you may find strings tied to'propositions action on the filibuster at the beginning registration drive to get more Ne-

those who have been your loyal 4-60-77-12-- 73-544. which may not be acceptable of the next session of t groes in Duval County and other
supporters, past and present i or profitable. Go forward Congress "was called by the parts of Florida registered to vote.

i&CtililHappenLet's! Prepare Your sign indicates that they are I VIRGOBorn" very: slowly and watch. t,.
; still necessary for 'your stabilityand. Aug: 24 thru Sept. '23 9-100-77-15-63-545. j
security This period advocates August '18th to 24tth -

: President Eisenhower's proclamation of September ,9-16 good living habits and sound Self-confidence leads the way. CAPRICORN

as National Civil Defense Week focuses attention on civil procedures. tfo matter' what the reasons maybe II Born Dec. 22 thru Jan '19
defense need in our own community.. '1-20-;33-14-79-381.GEMINI. in favor of not pressing too August 18th to 24th

America hard to establish your place in I Improvise from day to day.
No one likes to think of atomic attacks on by
the flon't turn 'down the it it is the
worldt Even contrary to nature -
a ruthless about cities blasted into roaring infernos,
enemy into the Born May 21 'thru June 21 opportunity when it is literally of Capri ornians as a whole,
or about millions of evacuated people streaming
August 18th!to 24th handed to you. The initiative as this is the'best, procedure follow
rural countryside. Keep striving and bide your well as the experience and wis- this month Regardless of
Because it isn't the kind of thing we like to think about time. These-days grand ideas regarding dom gathered through the years surface indications that give you
many ofus refuse to think about.it: "It isn't possible." Or, if the expansion and beautifying should be fully utilized at this cause for concern, ignore thent.

it is possible, "We can'thope to .survive. This is the kind of of your living quarters. time. Be wary of granting loansor The ,sign offer bright 'prospectsfor
reasoning that spells defeat, even before attack. Good thinking recommends that spending unwisely for social future developments, and

You wouldn't stand by while .your barn was burning. If you make some renovation and and business purposes during this ,counsel you to'avoid shows of ire:

you could save even half of it, you'd work to save half.We. apply 'many of the "do-it-your- period Even if you have cause I ritability impulsiveness or caus-
can't'stand by in our community today because',the threat- pf selC';principles rather than going to feel sure of yourself, make no tic remarks when the tempo does

enemy attack is real and there,is something we can do about alU out, 'on' a spending spree to advance commitments. i not suit you. This period discloses
ultimate 6 70 88 19 71 545. friendliness should
it achieve your purposes.It that punctuateyour
is1 important to'see which way i private as well as public
We plan now now to work together for,our
can prepare the wind will blow before you LIBRA association. ,
common survival. The organization.for that, planning is ciVil take on additional commitments. Born Sept. 24 ihru Oct. 23 522331259777.

defense. Haste makes waste. August 18th to 24th .-
The enemy has nuclear weapons 'and the'means to'throwthem 3-30-22-14-67: =291. Progress is slow but sure. Attend AQUARIUSBorn
against America. When he is"' ready to attack,:he won't, to the professional obligations -I Jan 20 thru Feb. 18

wait. Why should,we? Let's be ready. CANCER that cannot be avoided and August 18th to 24th

Our first job is to learn how to take care of ourselves and Born June 22 thru July 22 settle down to a' pleasant stretchof Bolster your economicties. The

our families in any .emergency. Civil defense can help us .August 18th to 24th recreational and social pursuits. :relationships between you youritife
with that. "' -' ,'- *., Life ,.is made up of ups and Pleasant conditions encourage or business partner. and persons -
downs. Enjoy today and, tomor- you to look after neglected mat- who have an interest in your '
I WRHC
row will take care of itself. Your ters, .to. correct physical .defects I financial manipulations should be 1400 1400
; a : : ,SHARE YOUR WISDOM surroundings encourage you to and ''to' engage in' humanitarian kept harmonious at all costs. Conservatism .i iI '

reorganize your ideas and plans projects) Place.'the shroud of) sec- I and conscientious efforts KEN KNIGHTPresenting

By Dr. Thomas R. Gaines lead to success. Wishful

t- NEW YORK, (Global) The intention of making goodwill GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 ;thinking, your Place own or anyoneelse's trust
will not. your
satis
and
will afford
or love daily habit joyous lasting '
attitude of living friendly life will a UM Us coopoo. Loan nor tait yoaraolf. Send 10 cuts (OM dim.I. I in the one who really loves you.
faction. The a prove
;;- to, cote) for .oath b.rocep..rd.red by ...1'!! Imhido self addressed, 6 30-44-13-56-249. KNIGHT TRAIN
\ wise and profitable life-gesture. There is no mastership or steM,ed ..Ye....... Write otolilr. This .ff.r dies set aoohr to ftidomt.
security in living in the consciousness''of hate or forgiveness. ., MM doodata of Ca_. PISCES 8-9 .M. 12-1 Nightly
Such unworthy expressions mean lack of security.comparable
,: to a rudderless ship tossed in the storm. A readadjustment oiI r''I Born Feb. IS thru March 20
I life with the rejection ot hate and the inclusion of love, will .. ; \I II August 18th to 24th SWEET CHARIOT
P. 0. BOX MI Strong allies bring success.U
[ mean June days all the year around. I JACICSOHYIW'"1. ,u: ',;_yHam. I you have great ambitions, the 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday 1

....- sign reveals that they can be fur-
Purpose is an inner urge. How to fulfill one's purpose is I thered through your marriage' or Features
When we are careful and wise as AiI ,... I also
a round of outer learning. business partner. It gives
to what opinions and ideas we accept as being valuable, the e promise for enduring ,love and BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
. more likely we are to make our life richer and more pleasant. I i Cay --" f seat. I II happy developments that will

As we are swayed by inconsequential outer forces, we are Ooto ol birth -i '- '" ._- bring you stability and prestigein 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday
liable develop a frothy, petty emotional, unsubstantialtype I :- o.t. i Moat I the future.

of life for ourselves. -' -" '- ---.. --'- 4 $ -70-14-87-595.
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Making Plans -For /-'.-o J S tl/ge 1fttlC/l'J: ftwttcal geiue t :" :... *


Women's Day .Event t; Jaxons who. participated in the musical revue presented by the YWCA last weekare *

shown below.At top left are the hostesses. Miss Barbara Keitt. Mrs Arey Norton.

Formulating plans for the Women a s l Mrs Raymond Tunsill and Miss Jacqueline Patterson. At right are the committee .

's Day Observance on Oct. 21 members. Mrs. Gilbert Solomon; Mrs. James Holloway. Mrs. Victor Sampson. Mrs. *
in the New Bethel AME Churchof Alverta P. Cook, Miss Yvette Sims and Mrs. Cornelius Garner.
which the Rev. T.E. Wrightis At bottom left *
is Mrs. Ella
Bronson. Y secretary and at right are the artists who .
pastor are the following officers 1w. .
performed: Rufus Wilson. Padrica Mendez. Dolores Johnson. Joyce Shipp. Roylestine .
: Jenkins and Dorothy Lang. at piano.o. *
General chairman, Mrs. T. E.

Wright; Mrs. L. M. Alston,' first --' *

vice-chairman; Mrs B. B. M Mu- *
Ian second vice chairman; Mrs. :
ro
A. B. Williams program chair- y *

:man; Mrs. Olivia Han-ell secre-

tary; Mrs. O. F. Donaldson, treasurer '

;' Irs. Doroth r Woods music A1ed
committee chairman; Mrs. L. B.

Hall, reporter' and Miss C. V. !

Moorehead, assistant reporter. .
Other church activities will include -

the 38th anniversary cele- { <
bration of senior usher board 1 tUa

in the church auditorium. on Au-
gust %7. ", .
= lr A tip ..th.. repsl Cap to t
these outstanding yang ;

Smart. Set Club -I I L |country Americans and who oar tommtuiity make oat

..: a Inter place in which to live.

Plans Whist Party: IT *
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The Smart Set Social Club,will '.' *
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sponsor a whist party Labor Day. % > '

Sept. 3: at the home of Mr. and \W9W *

Mrs. Thomas Brinson, 1144 W. xo: kS1:3'K *
Ninth St. Invitations have been rK vK :
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extended to the various clubs.of.
the city to attend. *



Miss Myrtis BrownIs S n ** .;


.Promoted To TtiAL: S A<, C i.1 _


Assistant SupervisorMiss S *
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Myrtis Brown bas been *

elevated to the position of assistant DAVID WILLIAMS
supervisor of nurses at Brew- > S >4aS. "Matthew W. Gilbert *
Senior High School
ster Hospital, according to an an- *
nouncement released from the of- Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
Urn young Jaxon who is *
fice of Mrs. Anita Irving super- walking in the right pathto
good citizenship he is
visor of nurses. a member of the Senior *

Miss Brown is a graduate of 4-! Hi-Y and for has the been past president thrft.- :
Brewster Hospital School of Nurs-' years

ine. class of 1952. She worked fora --.--- -- r }

while at Brewster before enter- ** *
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ing further Florida her A studies.& M University: to A'cut.Pecpl. Teen Age Society Club Is Organized Court Of Honor I Brewster Men's Club .


In; addition to her duties as as- I And Officers Elected At I Plans Affair x tj
sistant supervisor she also servesas Mrs Josephine Malloy, formerly j Meeting I For Boy Scouis Holiday *
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chairman of the In-service I
of this city, now a resident of
Education Program at. Brewster Miami, was-a recent visitor in the I I The Teen Age Society Club was lene V.Toby.Frederick .The Brewster Men's Club will i *

and vice president of. the Brew- city as the' house guest of Mrs. recently organized in Jacksonvilleand Wesley Betty J. Set For Sept. 5 I hold its outing at Moncrief Enter-' .

ster Credit Union. Carrie F. Alston at 728 W. Duval officers elected are as follows: Pierce, Charles Wilkerson, Jr., prises, just beyond Weaver's Pine ..
Street. Leroy Washington, president; Juanita D.. Coglin, Roosevelt Inn Monday Sept. 3. (Labor Day) J, ,

Lawrence owejl, vice president; Lockley, Jr., Vincent Stubbs The East and'West Division Boy I beginning at 7 p. m. !

Pedal 'Eiiplqees Marlynn Wesley second vice Mary A. Smart, Joyce' Pauline, Scouts of America will hold a The social committee, headedby
: joint Court of Honor Sept. 5, at I Frank has *
Mrs. Martha Sue Gaddens Mrs. president? Raymond Wilson, third Verdell McGregor, Yvonne Brown Courtney preparedsome
i vice president; Harriett Witsell Avalon Darby Marva 8 p. m. at Ebenezer Methodist wholesome entertainmentfor
Jernetha' Fpgle and. "Mrs. Nell Demps.
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1 11leHaisredAt ; Williams: will motor .to Pensacola secretary; Velma Singleton as- George Barnes, Modestine Jen- Church, Clay and ,Ashley Streets. the evening with a very de-' M y

as delegates to the Florida State :'sistant secretary; Mary Price financial nings, Lorenza.Bennett, and IrmaJ. The Rev. E. M. Hurley, pastor, lightful repast to be served. "

Nurses convention. secretary; Priscilla Boston McIntosh. Chaperones were will deliver the inspirational sermon The outing will be the first LARRY PAULINE
Betkel Ck reh I treasurer; Fred Wesley busi- Mrs. L. Pierce, Mrs. H. Wilson, at which time a program on given by the club and every effort if New Rich Stanton School Senior

ness manager; Roosevelt Pray, Miss D. Toby, Mrs. A. Boston, and scouting activities will be presented is being made to make it a Here isanother 7oun.,
The ;Rev. C. Hall and
family
parliamentarian Juanita Coglin by Troop 51 of which Edgar
; Mrs. J. Cleavens. delightful one. The members of man actively engaged in
The postal employees} will be will leave the city to spend their reporter; Betty Pierce, assistant Alston is scoutmaster. wholesome activities. Larry ,
the local have been extended
honored at 11 in vacation Pa..and The club, composed of 40 members press is a Hi-Y'er who won'
Sunday in
TU Philadelphia
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reporter; ,Earlene Toby, chaplain. Awards earned in camp will be an invitation to be the guestsof the Hi-Y keys member
Bethel Baptist Church, accordingto New' York City to visit relatives is planning a "Back to of the Youth Society and
Goodman will presented during the Brewster Men's second winner for
Club.
Audrey serve as School" court. One of prize
an announcement by ,L. U. party which will be an- the good citizenship:
i dean of pledges for girls. Booker nounced.: the highlights of the program will award.
Robinson publicity chairman.
Mrs. Edna_M.Hopkins and children I T. Redmon as dean of pledges for be the presentation of the charter *
Robinson has announced that The met this weekin
each- 'Sunday preceding Labor of 2828 Woodlawn.Circle returned boys.Marva Demps is constitution .the group home of Miss early Irma Jean and membership cards for the Carey Goodall ** *
to the city recently after chairman; Irma McIntosh, social Order of the Arrow.
Day. the church pays tribute:to McIntosh, 1568 West 16th St. to
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spending their vacation in Charleston chairman and George Barnes, The Order of the Arrow is
a Betrothal AnnouncedMr.
the different fields of endeavor complete plans for the entertain-
and Ridgeville S. C. service chairman.
national
scouting fraternity dedi- r-- *
instrumental in making the com ment.
The club sponsored an outingto cated to service and this charter q:. zFRANKLIN
better to live. In
.munity a place James Carey, announces *
;previous' years, the church has Mrs Roberta Holland of 1870 Little Talbot. Members and presentation will be the first the coming marriage of his

honored the medical and teaching Moncrief Road is ill in her home. guests present were: Priscilla I.. Bells chapter of colored scouts in Flor- daughter, Doris Carey, to William *
professions. She is a member of the Link Boston Leroy Washington, Mar- Wedding *
ida.C. Smith Goodall, the son of Mrs.
The pastor, the Rev. Robert H. Golfers Guild. Friends may visit I ian Gaither, Marlynn Wesley, Applications for Marriage E. Simmons Jr. is chairmanof Mary A. Goodall, and the late Mr. *

Wilson will conduct the services, her. Audrey Goodman, Lawrence Licenses the Court of Honor. William S. Goodall Sr. of 1067
and conduct the honor service.. Powell Roosevelt Pray Velma Palmetto St *
.Johnson'O Singleton Louise Singleton, Ear-
Mrs. Elnora H. 1016 I The wedding will take place .
Willie Bradford, 2141 Lewis St., Edwards Maultsby
: E. Union St, returned to' the city I Sunday Sept. 2nd at 1942 W. 3rd
age 50 and Mary A. Tate Rt. 4,
recently after spending her vacation Box 433A, age 55. Marriage Announced St. Rev. Evan M. Hurley will *

...... ..... .6 ......Ms saki I stea-. in Spring Lake N. C. and Stark Frank L Smith 1147 W. 4tb officiate the wedding at 8:30 p. m. *
.....trAMMCX.tefclCTAMfiAOK .......... New York City..Mrs. Johnson was
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....Cart to ba..... rtMS ,, accompanied by her brother St, age 2 and Rosa O. Lancaster, Mrs. M L. Saunders announcesthe Reception immediately after the *
..................ITAMM_.....&aL Charles H. who .Deliveries +1312 Everson St, age 20. recent marriage of her sister ceremony JOSEPH
Hampton spent
.li.r NMMd enprtlliM ty1o' I .. i ROULHAC +
_ab OM 1Met al... a week in the city. _, Steve Williams 1265 Hart St, Mercedes Edwards to Earnest New Stanton Senior
Barn To: age 55 and Rozelia Davis 1265 Maultsby of Chicago III The high School *

Hart St, age 54. marriage was an event of June A tip of the Pepsi cap to ifif
Mrs. Margaret Cook formerlyof 7th in the home of her sister Mrs. this llth grade studentwho -
Johnnie L. Mitchell, 1451 West is praised for excellent
LEARN TO DRIVE; this city but now a residentof Laurence and Catherine Iszard,I M. L Saunders at 1023 W. 7th St fimPG.JjpvnaeJ cooperation .a s a
New York City is in the city 4804 Campanella Dr., boy, Mar. 5. Beaver St, age 23 and Deloris member of the Alpha Hi-
TV Owkkeet '. The EnteetWey Daniels. 1451 W. Beaver St, age The bride was honored with a I Y in which organizationhe ifir
Marion and. Brown Rt.
Evelyn Bi 1I -
visiting Miss Gladys White of 720 4ue 1dn7 serves as secretary.
luncheon
T. LMI in the home of Mr. and
20. f c
Broad StreetMr. 1, Box 378A, boy March 30. ,
AJAXDRIVING Cleothe and Inez Robinson, 1762 Fd j7 Williams 1408 Madi- Mrs. J. -Lockwood at 1444 West mI Ii _
13th St. The couple is making drtelsas *.* *
Payne Ave. boy, April 19. son St, age 30 and Ida M. Batts w aa.1 J'
SCHOOL and Mrs Earl Campbell their home in Chicago, I1L I
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James and Katie Green, 1313 713 Court I, Blodgett Homes, age 1 ---
CALL EL 4-0639 and sons of New York City spent
Prince St, girl. May 21. .
21.Willie CeagrateUrieM. frees Pend
their vacation in the city recently
James A. Strickland, 9015 Dorsey, 557 Verbena Rd. Cola. te these. three Merit
George Pe/peao Mrs. Hod- % You Don't Have Go to Town to Get
with'his'mother, Daisy to
Adams St, girl May 30. age 24 and Deloris Bowman, 1053 *_ Award wfeMn
1134 W. 5th Street ges,' and family of 1222. W. 16th 19.
David and Mary Thom, 1053 Albert SC age ; Merit Awerd
Jt Lisrea te Pepsi
'to Street. W. State St, twin boys June 19. Hulcey Scott 1014 W. ChurchSt LOW PRICESOn ..lutat..... e* Pepsi Cela
Clarence and Marjoril Wither- age 21 and Lucille Williams, TEEN TIME. WRHC 1400

... spoon,. 1780 Mt. Herman, girl, 1014 W. Church St, age 18. .11. ,A.M.M' 4ial Saturdays 10 -
June 24.Tramier. Gallic Johnson 1022 E. 3rd St. Your ;

RITZ THEATRE ; and Dorothy Platte, age 21 and Annie M. Baker 1311 if

818 Court H. Blodgett Homes Pasoo St, age 18. DRUG STORE HEEDS *
boy, July 1. Ellis Wm. Bennett 1408 E. 24th

''Starts 30th v James and Mary Smith, 1434. St, age 28 and Elvester M. Jones *
August
.. Thursday McConihe St, boy, July 13. 739 Phelps St, 'age 22- Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .

FIRST RUN -, AlL NEW Rudolph and Julia Lee, 1706 W. Harry Jackson 2342 Davis St, .

Mighty Is the Word for > 31st St, twins,.girl and boy July age 49, and Maud Huggins, 3108% We Will Meet Any Prices, Advertised
"j .14 N. Myrtle Ave. age 31; *
i ij Frank and Arlene Smith. 2115A Green C. Mercer, 1335 StaffordSt In Your! Local '..penWOOD'S

: "M01Y 'DICK" { Venus St, girl, July 19. age 25 and Jennie B.Streater,

Willie and Blanche Pittman. 2036 W. 15th St, age 19.

.- l' -r ADDED $:. 1833 Calhoun St. boy, July 22.vJEdgar Oscar H. Payne Jr, Rt 8 Box 'DIXIE PHARMACY

L. Smith, 1325 W. 19th 455 S,,age 68 and Daisy Hartley
Wild Bill Elliott 1302 KINGS MAD et MYRTLE AVENUE Pepsi C.laDuhn
St, girl, July 23. Rt. 8, Box 753 S, age 56.
Aurelious and Daisy Jones, 1811 Wm. S. Goodall, 1067 PalmettoSt PHONES EL 3-35f74S ..ftiLnr
; a is '-' 10ARHTC FRONTIER"HEW : Copper? Lane girl July 25. age 23 and Doris Carey, 1942 W. 'DeHref w. AJto Fill AISD.ctas' FrescrlptieM .

.. : Acie and Leola Slaughter- 1619 W. 3rd St, age 25. PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER ACID TELEPHONEBILLS
: TWEE STOOGES COMEDY W. 3rd St, boy, July 25. Edw. L. Williams 647 BridierSt. AT OUR ,STORE
Henry and Ruby Hayes, 6322 age 22, and Barbara C. Jones,
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Avenue B. girl July 25. 1155 Milliner,Ave, age 19. I WIlhafIUtS bye a p..r

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Peg* .fou ,THf fLOKJDA SfAA SatHrd'ay, September 1, 19Si

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H :: i News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida



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Putnam. County News Abyssiiia Choir I "Homemakers. Of Florida Meet At FAMUHOMEMAKERS


. BY E. J. VHEEN Slates Observance SECRET

.. 868 ,Madison,_ SlTMt Palalfea. Florid of a great drink

.. Phone Ei 5-3025
Of Anniversary l NO LIQUORIRlAtH INOIIQUORTASTII

The program sponsored by the.Junior Ushers of Calvary BAptist!

Church last.Sunday prayed to be a success with L*Howard-Miring Choir 3. of Abyssinia Baptist f D2Iflk9Jt4Jj

as Master.of Ceremonies. The Star' reporter was the main:speaker Church has announced plans forth $Ift 1iv GPrnOtaa-Q.
The proceeds which amounted to $135.00 were presented to the Board observance' of its 14th anniversary -

of Trustees for the building fund. ;. to be held in the church t t .

Mrs. Mable Bradley had as Tier auditorium Sept 17 at 8 p. m. y a T t

house guest last week her niece ailca after a very pleasant visit Among those appearing on program r k 7w w Y

:Miss Ellene Robinson of Madison in Miami as the house guest of will be Miss Joyce Joyner, 1 1B =

Fla.Miss Robinson visited several her aunt and uncle. Mr. and. Mrs. Melvin Grace, outstanding radio

other relatives while she was Norman B uJ. personalities; The Zion Hope

here. Male Chorus, Mrs. Ninzell Clark, t', ,., .... .
Mrs Alvenice McQueen. The .,,- <,... I II I
Henry Bell Jr._ returned home < .;,: ; r I II
Singing Angels. Mrs. Lizzie Mc- y -
Hunter of West Palm Monday from Miami where he 'to.
Raymond -" .". .
Calaster; Choir 4 of Mt. Sinai; < -- '
. Beach FILLS in the city visiting visited his grandmother.
Mrs. Knox the Westside ,
Charity .
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. his mother Mrs. Lulla (Missie]) .
"
" Spiritual Singers; the AbyssiniaMale '...
Hunter. He will return to West John Thronton"'Jr" is 'vacationing Chorus, the St Johns Bap- } J '1''

Palm Beach Monday. in N. J, with his father. He tist Choir 3 and Mrs. Bessie Mae 'i
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will return next week to resume Tyler, ""-,, '
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., !op.u Bernice Walker has .returned his studies at Central Academy. Speaker for the occasion 'will/ t.-';:..;..".. _" .... ., .. .. I

to"her home in East Pal- be the Rev. G W. Philips, pastorof MAKE PLANS President Rosemary Adams (extreme* right), Leesburg. Fla..
Lillie Bell and Roosevelt Har- Sweetfield Baptist Church. He presides over the meeting of the State Advisory Board and Stale Executive Council of the Florida As-I i
.
rington returned' home Sunday will be introduced by the Rev. sociation of the New Homemakers of America held at Florida A & M University recently. The group 1 I I

from Cordele, Ga. where they B. L. TVynn. J. R. Fedd will be met to plan the activities for the coming year. From left to right: Joyce Morton president-elect. Tampa:j jInn I JQI .i

. COME OUT spent a pleasant vacation with soloist. Cooper, first vice-president, Gifford: Norma Hoffman historian. Tallahassee: Joyce Ann Howard I I

r To. BEAUTIFUL their grandmother and other rela Usher Board 3 of Abyssinia and tergeant-at-armsr,. Orlando; Ella Mae Hatcher. treasurer., Alachua: Nona H. Sheffied. second vice-presi-;I ON

'. ti ves. Usher Board 3 of Mt Ararat will dent. Panama City: Mrs. Jessie M. Fears state advisor. Tallahassee: Mrs. A. M. Lake district VI advisor 'I --- -- ----

MAGNOLIAGARDENS serve. Eustis: Mrs. Beatrice M.Donaldson state advisory board member. Pensacola; Miss T. Marian

Mrs. S. AdairyJeft for West Miss Elizabeth Henderson and Byrd state advisory board member. Tallahassee; Mrs. Willilean A. Paterson. district II advisor.- Kis-I

Palm Beach Monday after a very Miss Helen Felix are chairmen. simmee; Barbara L. Johnson parliamentarian. Fort Pierce: Thelmetia Argrelt third rice.president.I

pleasant visit in Palatka with Mr. Jacksonville: Geraldine Matthews secretary. Greenville: Florence L. Larry. state song leader. Tampa:I

And Inspect and Mrs. T. J. Hines. Mrs. Harriett Kelly and Miss Adams. I


The New Homes Mrs. Hattie.Meets accompaniedby And Deacon F. SmithIn

Now Being Built her.:siste rMrs Evely Wilson Learn
: ; Commercial Art I
. and her nephew Billie and"grandson Singing Contest Capital City Chatter
Start Anytime II .nw .ea namq +
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Two or Three Leroy left for. Jamaica L* L, G. I. APPROVED B II I

Bedroom ,Homes N. Y. Monday.. : The Beautification Committee By AMERICAN r q

and Choir 1 of First Corinth will *': E., A. KERSHAW
Concrete Block SCHOOL OF ART I
Mrs. Floyd Loyd continuesill present Mrs. Harriett Dais Kelly, I
and Brick Homes in the Mary Dawson's' Hospital, and Deacon' Frank Smith, in a 204 Osceola r >htt Moved To New Location I 80 and 100 Proof. Made
106 EAST BAY
Monthly Mortgage Mrs. Loyd is the sister of,Rev. C. singing contest Sunday at 3:30 Phone 2-5089 2.d Floor STREET : from Grain by LRelsky&Cie

\r Darnell of .Lake. City,Fla. p.m.Mrs. ab +; i I Cockeysville, Md., U.S.A.
PAYMENTS Kelly is soloist of the --
!f Mr. and Mrs. Butler Baker, Jr., State Temple, and Deacon Smith The Reverends C. K.:Steele and K. S. DuPont executive mem-

Start as Low as are the proud parents of a baby is soloist,of First, Corinth. bers of the Inter-Civic Council, were arrested again this week for HOMESITES

i. ;$42.31 PER MONTH. girL The mother and baby are Also appearing on the program their activity in the par pool. -Charges: Not having bought "FOR

and up doing fine in their home' in East will be Mrs. Ethel Jones, servingas HIRE TAGS A Good Lot Is the First Step to a Good Home

t According to the Palatka. mistress of ceremonies.The .
Type
Trials are scheduled to come up September 5th. Meanwhile,
Plan You Choose Baby Day Rally will terminate OPENING SALE SEPTEMBER 2-3, 1956
Negro bus passengers. are at a most low.
It James Harrison and Miss Ray at, this time. Speaker for I

I MAGNOLIA GARDEN were quietly married last Friday.Mr. the'rally will be Miss Gwendolyn Greenland Park
The boys have been wonderingwho Homesiles
HOMES Harrison is employed by the Grooms and dramatic readingswill ; Jr., Lessie Ward and George
Southern Bell Co. at Ft. Lauder- be Miss Clintee the attractive young lady is Thompson doing the rounds re
given by LOTS from
l Have the Following handling the ducats at the Leon: cently. $199 up
dale Harrison is the
Fla. MrS Carr, with Miss Alice Boston
J Special Features and Theatre. She is Clytie Warren,
very efficient attendant and cash- serving as guest soloistThe TERMS $6 DOWN $2 WEEKLY OR $8 MONTHLY
.. .- Co>.'veDleace." ier at the' Ellis Bar. theme for the program is happily married and the proud Sorry, Lover's Lanes are be- -' 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH -
mother of a four-year-old son. THESE LOTS RUN FROM 60'J[ 123' to 0'x270'
Asphalt Tile or Oakt "Who will win the battle?" Mrs. coming more and more scarce as

.-. rt_..:_. If. .. .- Miss Evelyn.Smith became the Margaret Simmons is sponsor. Tallahassee expands. 'Tis said, ALSO: A CLUBHOUSE'DIRECTIONS
: CarportS. I r first lady of Bethlehem Baptist Samantha Edwards won the "Every path leads to a home these,
I : Drive IlJi miles South en Phillips Highway (Rout. J)
", Pottos I Church Saturday night when she praises of hundreds of local teachers days." Ain't this been the truth I or Ji mile South from where the Expressway joins Route 1. .Tarn

Large Landscaped Lots"I and the Rev. T. J. Alston were. Program Is Planned ,. who heard her sing recently all the time? right at our sign. Follow arrow to piece w..... you eon ew. pieceof
Factory Finished Cabinets at an inspiration service.. the land You live oa.
the
united in holy matrimony by .
Hot Water Heaters For After ServiceOne NO SALE BEFORE SEPTEMBER 2.d BUT .
Rev. J. W. Walker. The weddingwas Ulysses Engram, local electric
Space Heaters ,held in the home of Dr. and Folks packed 'em in at the local .appliance shop owner and electric Come' Out and Pick Your Lots
o Tile Bathrooms of the musical events sche- flick to "On the Waterfront" '
; see
- ,Mrs. W. ,H. Higgins.' Their many contractor, is one of many who FOR APPOINTMENTS TO SEE
: S Exhaust Fans and duled to take place on Sunday starring Marlon Brando.Twas an
them
friends wish for a long have confidence in the future
Concrete Drive Strips will be the ntation of Award for him.
night
press Academy winner CALL EV 8-9414 RA 40053OWNER
happy life together,, growth of Tallahassee. His investments or
r NO SEPTIC TANKS the Golden Jubilee Singers in an *
ON PREMISESE.
are evidence of this. More
Complete Water Treat- after service program. Misses Ruby Coiisby and Ver- .
is the L. SHELTON
Harris who Owner
Mrs. Charles power to you! .
;_ ment Plant and Sewage The singing event will be heldat non Brown of Bainbridge Ga. ;
former Mrs. Bert Morris is visiting -
:. Disposal System Little Rock Baptist Church, were the house guests of Mrs.
Distance 'her mother Mrs.Hattie Whiteat Reverend James. A. Clousell,
; e Walking : to: -
1303 Van Buren Street where the. Harrietta Holt last week.
.,. Schools Edgar. Mrs. James Pearson of newly arrived from Pensacola,
Rev. W. C. Mitchell is pastor.
County School Bus Miami is, also the. house. guest of Fla; made 'em sit up and take .ENJOYKRUEGER
The program is under the sponsorship Miss Alvilidia Anderson is va- .
All County Approved, Mrs.:White. notice at a recent meeting wherehe
Bryant
of Mrs. Elizabeth cationing with/ her grandmotherin
t Pared Roads i was the guest speaker. I'm told

City Bus Service Mr. arid Mrs. Alexander Clark New York. he's to make the Capital City his BEER

Delivery and sisterJMrs. Brand and her two Missionary Union home. A GREAT BIG WELCOMETO
Spacious Edwin F. Norwood, Director of
Rooms children left on their return trip YOU AND YOURS.
Pick the Home of Your borne to Evanston, lit, after a i Of Church Of. God Extension, FAMU, recently returned -

Choice Now Before very pleasant visit here with their I from New York where he
Announces MeetingThe attended Columbia University. Say, the way these cats are
They AreAll Sold many .friends. While here they i sporting these new Buicks around
were the house' guests of Dr. and I
Chics in tiii!here man's town you'd think they were giving 'em
II1GIIOLI1Iaproe..ell Mrs. W. H. Wiggins. They are Missionary Union of the
visiting their mother in Alabamathis I Church. of God and Christ will did not engage in swimming to no away. And 95% of 'em are bought

week. meet Sunday, Sep 2, at 3 p. min heck-of-a-degree 'cause their hair from the local authorized dealer.
I the church at 1329 Phoenix. dos just don't Speaking of There must be a reason.

Mr. and Mrs. S, B. Belton left Mrs.\ Ada Roberts will preside heavenly bodies adorning thloca.1
I Bernice Speaking of cars, Dr, Charles
Corp. swimming pool -
Monday for their home in Philadelphia over' the meeting. Mrs. Jessie '
I Scott is the' Elder A. Pratt is the .most. Stevens is rolling a spanking new
after a two weeks' vacation sponsor.
2478 W. Edgewood I Lincoln and Tommie "Cadillac"
their I Hines is the pastor.
here with parents. They
Phone PO 5-2614 Mr and Mrs. David Robinsonhe's Harris is contemplating tradingfor
were accompanied on their return
I ([ a snipper at Capital Barber a new short that will be about
by'Mr.. ,BeUoz. (,. sister.. EUanof.;.. Palm. Park NewsBy Shop) are anxiously awaiting the long-gone enuff.

K I completion of their home in College -
I Terrace. It's a beaut! "Buddy" Edwards has taken
Over the South Macomb Amoco

Independent laboratories Prove I Mrs: Florence McBride The Manning Twins, Jean and Service Station. 'Twas formerly

Sunday School was enjoyed by Jenny, daughters of Mr. and Mrs.D. owned by Mrs. G. W. Conoly.

No Bug Can Live all who. attended Sunday morn- J. Manning are so identicalthe Luck to you "Buddy."

ing. The Superintendent Deacon parents are baffled often. COLD
Otis McBride -presided. Morning Miss Frankie "The Form" Arnold -

after being sprayed withREALKILL services were very inspiring. The Negroes are using the golf is stopping traffic constantlyas CANS '
6 1.00
pastor Rev. G:Pierce preached a course at Jake Gaither Park more she wends her way along the

most- enjoyable sermon. 'n more Peeped Phillip Dorsey, ,hi-ways and bi-ways. Have you FOR"There's
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'J- Harold Jenkins, Leroy .\sh. Mrs. ever seen a dream walking' Well

,On Sunday;afternoon Pallbearers :- Bruce Hayden, Charles Hayling I all right!
More Cheer in Beer"Tropicana
Lodge of Pomona Park celebrated Krueger

its ninth anniversary. Rev.

A Robinson delivered the anniver-I CHAMPION'S Bar-21st St. & Myrtle

Put amazingREALKILL sary address. Mrs.: Ruth Rowe I Enquire Bar- .8th & Dayis ,_
to gave the history of the Lodge.
work for youtoday Mrs. Florence McBride the president Factory Outlet Drive-In Liquors Kings Rd. & Rushing
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Labor Day Boa! Race Event Finds I Competing ,Ins/ ,Boat Race Events Patterson.Says He'll Be Ready I



The Top Racers Yieiag Fot Honors yv tb. !To Fight Archie Moore.. In October




Christopher's Pier New Berlin, will be the scene of the second KITCHENEROntario Floyd duled for September, but a groupof
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annual Southeastern Championship Boat' Races which will be held Patterson the No. 2 heavyweight doctors recently issued a report

Labor Day, when contestants will be vieing-for the $800(( in cash and contender said in referring to his i.claiming: that Patterson's injured

valuable 'trophies to be awarded.In coming fight with Arctic Moore'.I hand would not be ready by that

sponsoring these races the that he believes he will be ready'',I time.

New Berlin Outboard Motor Club,I H'cane Jackson jo meet Archie the No. 1 contender I --

Inc, has endeavored to get to: for the heavyweight title, i

gether some of the most skillful sometime in October. I INGROWN HAIl

and best known speedboat racers,:Fights Bob Baker He said his right hand injured: HURTING YOU
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in the state. In so doing, they i in a match with Tommy (Hurricane 5 a ;

have already signed for entrants,]I I ) Jackson early in the sum IOtRer11ef1f.;/

Arthur Martin of Eustis; Robert On September 26 Ra4 per, feels fine. Patterson is in I A few dram. W OITTCKO Ma.tlmi
w f fro uraMtttH* > at mgnn w
Watkins, Albert Parrish, Carl training in Ontario. I. OUTCRO tMwteMM tb.>ki Bnd.r-,. tta'
.. .art the Mii t*W a*u4 .5..
Thomas,Joe (Jet) Williams of Or- I a'P The 21-y e a r-old Patterson, vt:t. tb.ryde..ddslaROvTGSOi1.e.d.bl..M all......ccman._
lamfo; Israel Stallings and B. PITTSBURGH The big, strongly denied that he was

Simpkins, pilot of "Rag Mop," rough and ready Bob Baker of "dodging" an early showdown

owned by R. "Uncle Tot" Nel- Pittsburgh and Tommy (Hurri- x.s < rY with Moore. Some of Moore's

son of Orlando. cane) Jackson are scheduled to backers have charged that Patterson Helps Heal AM! OurHchySkkiRash -

meet in rematch in Pittsburgh
a was stalling in the hope
There will be others to enter
Sept 26, with part of the proceeds !
that would rule out Moore'sFloyd
not signed age
who have as yet en- .....
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going
trance sheets. Some of the most IN LABOR DAY EVfcWT; borne ot the sportsmen wno wui parnapuo in in* uaoot ut races ambition of winning the title. The

familiar f characters connected States Olympic Fund. al New Berlin on Monday September 3, are shown Left to right: Tom FriaL Manger: Fred Demery.S. two are .to meet for the world Ze'mo, a relieves doctor's itching antiseptic,stops
An announcement has been promptly
with the races are Tom Frail A. Christopher. Carl Thomas. Israel Stalling. Edward Holt Commodore and J. D. (Mr. Goodwill) heavyweight title left vacant scratching and so helps heal and
made that the two contending
manager;: Fred Demery, S. ,A. Brooks representative the F. & M. Schaefer Brewing Company donators of all championship trophies. when Rocky Marciano went into clear surface rashes. Buy Extra I
will clash in a na-
Christopher, Edward Holt and heavyweights retirement.The Strength Zemo tor
zemo
George Christopher. The trophies tionally televised 12-rounder, fight was originally sche- stubborn cases 1

are being donated by the F & M. which will be staged in Forbes AAU Tract Title

Schaefer Brewing Company of Field, under the joint promotionof SPORTING IT UPBY
i
Post-Gazette Dan Club
Dapper ,
which J.' D. (Mr. Goodwill) and Ben Anolik local promoter. Won By Tenn. A&L

Brooks is representative.The .
Baker and Jackson met earlier I
races are scheduled to C. PARHAM JOHNSONOut I
this year with the "Hurricane"winning PHILADELPHIA Two Tennessee -
begin at 2 p. m. The New Berlin
decision. Later Jack- i State A & I turnedin
the
races are' noted for beautiful in the Pacific Coast League j both in the American Associationand girls

boats speed and daring pilots son fought Floyd Patterson forth Negro baseball players are hold, the National League and Chi- brilliant performances to help

who always furnish many thrills right to meet Archie Moore ing their own in the strong com- cago and Pittsburgh in the Na- their school capture its second PO-sNEIfS

for the spectators. The Labor Day for the heavyweight title vacatedby petition that they must face from tional League and Toledo in the National AAU track championship test. rIt ,
Jackson lost held Franklin Field Philadelphia
Marciano. at
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Rocky -
races will have everything that day to day, and so well are they AA.This
in 12 rounds. .
to Patterson
goes to make up some of the most delivering the goods that many of season. Marques is havinga

spectacular events ever witnessedon The second Baker-Jackson them have been labeled big lea- fine season at the plate, batting The two sprinters were Miss
match was closed after weeks of Isabella Daniels and Miss Mae
water gue caliber. around the .340 mark. His best !
negotiations. ORLD'S'ASTUT! mil NO
Miss
Faggs. Daniels generally
Many of the participants are Many of them once performedin previous season was with i the *
I
veterans in boat racing.and they: the majors and even at that Milwaukee Brewers in the AA in! termed the Speed Queen" HAIR TRAIOHTENCR

will give everything'theyjiave to they could be a big help to the 1952 when he batted .345 in 136' amazed the huge crowd with her aidIIACK -
Bill Veeck and her form. She turnedin
speed
make this the most spectacularevent Says many faltering teams that ,are games. Wf&I

to :come off since boat rac- struggling for existence to holdon With the Hollywood Stars are a brilliant performance as
Tennessee the 400-meter "
ing was introduced at Christo- ; in the majors. Roman Mejias and Carlos'Bernier, relay record copped in 17.1. IOU AT AU MtfO fTOttf .

pher's Pier. I Major LeaguersSeekingSatchel Seattle led the league most of outfielders; R. Stevens, first use4ky ..U t*.4 barbershop* '
Mae. the nomination -
the. first half of the season has baseman and Lino Donoso, south- Miss Faggs, *won

ReiefofPAIN such' stellar performers as Artie paw pitcher. Mejias is regarded as as one of the world's great-

i Wilson aftd Milt Smith, infielders' one of the flashiest players seen est track stars when she person- ASK ton IT BY HAMS-ICDAYt

and Joe Taylor, an outfielder. in the PCL in many years. He is ally turned in some amazing
< aided her school in
drives that
I MIAMI According to reports Wilson a veteran of seven sea- speedy and has an accurate, rifle- :
winning The 24-year-old nativeof your hct properly fa*
made by Bill Veeck, executive sons in the league with Oakland, like throwing arm. He playedwith

I I\' -president of the Miami Mar- Portland and Seattle is the oldest : Pittsburgh in the National Bayside, Long Island, New ASK
r- AWJ* .4 ttl DACHI. NEUNAL. i fins. ,there have been three offers meniber of.the Seattle team. He I League in 1955, but he was mostly i York and a graduate student at
.craft IT AN!SACK TAB.WITS i Tennessee State won two events,
OIA NCVKITiB. rOWOKMB. STANBACK made by major league teams for hits the age scale at 36. The for- [confined to pinch-hitting roles.

..* ..1*M V.M fWrnvta ..-. STAN- Satchel Paige the pitcher withj t tI mer infielder of the BirminghamBlack Bernier is known"as the ban- tied athird and ran the anchoron
BACK ..|.*iM. rtlWATCH egdi .ny p.weepi who'' a record-breaking state relay
.. ,....,. .... .8Q t. Uk..w. ( the question mark age and Barons; has never hit below dit, and is one of the most color-
N M4e4 I.M div..a ef, "'- been the Marlins i irrl" team. She won the 100-meter dash
has for in the Pacific
going .300 in any season ful players as well as controversial -
....... I
MW.TIPLZ sMs Mi.M faster Men and the 200-meter run coppingthe
........MIis. .........iet7 aH t. much the same manner as He did Coast League. In 1949, he led the to play in the league. In three
dash in 11.7 and the run in
e.i.
a.ta.p..r q in his younger: days. I I league with a .349 mark. This was seasons,. he stole 132 bases. In
24.6. Miss Faggs is an Olympic
Ted.TAII..CK .s-W.. 1 Veeck refused to reveal the done without! hitting a single 1954, he was suspended from the;
(I champion. She was the lead off
= : names of the clubs who were .home run.Smith league after haying struck an'
the U. S. winning team
v.... gwruas seeking to secure Paige, but itj i\ who has been batting umpire. runner on i
in the 400 meter relay"event in
was revealed however that one of around the .300 mark this season
.
: Stevens is regarded as one of 1952 at Helsinki Finland. D D .
the clubs was the Chicago WhiteS was purchased by the Cincinnati 1 ITS icill3
4s the top prospects in the Pirate The Tigerbelles won the 100, ooo
x'of the American League and Redlegs from San Diego in 1955.
He had unim- iFff
organization. an
200 and 400 meters to set a new
the other two were National League -. Smith formerly
The 25-year-old
I pressive year at the plate in 1955, U. S. mark. The team scored 94
teams. The three offers were with the Philadelphia
played
s 'I however batting only .341. His points to almost triple the second

turned down. ,:Stars, long gone out of existence I strong point is being a glove man!place Chicago Comets' 33% pts. 94.4PROOF
ZTHIS.CLOWN165S3a
Veeck said Page made the decision ->;and was acquired by the San around the initial bag. He broke t

I to remain with the Marlins.I Diego team in 1952. into organized baseball with I

He_said j it was for the purpose of.! He played in 1953 with Salemin I lington in the Carolina BUt-\\ .

379-44-615 discussing the matter"with Paige the Western International League 1954, when he hit 25 homers No Shiit Seen In 6

.: .i1j4 that he.visited the Marlins abouta I batting .391 before he was:. drove in 115 runs.
!1 ? month .ago. He said: recalled by the PCL team. He was
; 5 With the San Diego club are Bowl Court
*I told Leroy it was a matter batting -338 in 108 games a year Sugar 4y
Hoskins and rookie out- e1
Dave a
04. 7, for him to decide and he said he ago when the Redlegs called him fielder Dave Robinson. Hoskins -." .O J5 &Sc

D" .4 wanted to stay with the Marlins." up He was acquired this year by
Seattle from San Diego and title formerly pitched for. the Cleve- T Tourney In La.
land Indians in the American
to him was transferred from the
.18-.72-38 League and pitched for Indianapolis -
to the St. Louis Cards.
Redlegs
NEW ORLEANS It is
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in 1955. Robinson batted very
127-25-649 i Taylor went to the PCL last
,that the .Sugar Bowl
# .- well over ,300 during the first definite
#;i k't6e
[ with Portland after having a
year
will
basketball tournament remain -
.
half of the
season.Cleveland 1)nE
S..tina kS 99 brief trial with Kansas City Ath-
in New Orleans despite the
'
S.a.tI ss ... 1ew.
H. .dds subtractsHeweit I letics when the team was in Phil- t withdrawal of several- northernschools

It all TMn4 adelphia. He has hit more than 20 Browns which protested a new

I home runs this. season with. Seat-
daera i Louisiana segregation law, according ,
FOR SEPTEMBER 8th telTN JUST A TOUCH OPPaaiNts' tle. i to an announcement made

OAJELQ The Portland team has such Begin Drills With by the Sugar Bowl basketball officials Pt4 r
82-84-19 performers as Rene Valdes, a '5o*,

IQQTtACU $T AS 1A55. and Louis
ADYU
ei.lpgs right-handed pitcher
which into
The new law, goes
Marquez, an outfielder. Valdes is 12 NegroGridmen effect Oct. 15, prohibits the mix-

one of the leading pitchers in the ing of white and Negro .races in NN.. t
-- Special Holiday Week Movies! league. He recently .had a recordof all athletic and social events in w

mAID CAGNEY 13 victories and five defeats. HIRAM Ohio -- This year'straining The schools turning
JAMES the state.
I 'TRIBUTE TO BADMAN" Property of the Brooklyn Dod- grind football of the pro team Cleve- down invitations to play becauseof ;
land Browns was
SUN. THRU SAT. PLUS gers, Valdes pitched in 1955 with the law are Notre Dame, St af>

: SEPT. 2.-. "HOLD. BACK TOMORROW"lOOSE St. Paul,. -where he won 10 and !1a oched'who_with were twelve"Negro expected to prospects give- Louis and Dayton Universities.The .

lost 9 for the American Associa- executive committee of the
added strength to the National tst1R
tion team. His best of five seasonsin .
I Mid-Winter Sports
SKYVIEW League champions, but since the News Orleans epniitjt0
VELTSe. organized baseball was with association made the announcement o n, ;
of five 'i
beginning training period
California S
Bakersfield in the
to halt rumors that the tour-

.. T.... Sept 24Isf $41.. Tee:. Sept. 2.4 State League in 1954, when he I have been released. nament would be shifted to another

I..! Ray Mill... Western"A won 18 and lost 4 and had an r Those released, were Sherman city.licking. J

"DAY OF FURY" MAN ALONE" earned run average of 2.38. Plunkett Maryland State College; ----
Baseball Riot!
"SUDDEN DANGER".II Plus
Aid
:
Wil4 Bill IllJotWe4. "ROOGU'S BUMP" Marques has been with several Elijah Childress, Prairie View

major and. minor league teams State; Jim. Ellis,, backfield ace Torture
Thin. '- Set.6. Wed. Thftrs. Sept. 5-6 Willie
State
after having started with the old from Michigan ;
tort tMcastar J.*. Wnna hi"LUCY
1 "KISS THE BLOOD GALLANT" Newark team in the International Davis lineman from* Grambling 'PRIIMIPTLY REL BEYR1

...":.' OfF MY HANDS"STOOLPIGEON" Phi League as property of the Yankees College and Candy Carroll,'one of I A doctort formula oothmg antiseptic There's no Gin like GORDON'S
'
Plw -INTRUDER" He later joined Portland, the all-tune great athletes' from, Zemo-promptly relieves the

1 "NY Fri.'- Set Sept. 7.8 spending two seasons on the Pacific Western Reserve University. Itchlnr.burning of Skin Rashes America's F ahIL UOrite

Fri. Sot. Sept. 7.8 Randolph kett"GUNFIGHTERS" Coast, before being draftedby Childress. who won fame at Eczema Psoriasis, Ringwacm and Clearly .
Mtirpky. I. Foot.Zeso stops icratch-
AwHc I Athlete
AU. U44 the Boston Braves, then in the Prairie View State'as a football

BRIDE. CLEAR"MRS.$OF. MIKE"DIABLO"Hmti "HELL BELOW ZERO" I National League. Subsequently, player had a trial with the Detroit ., JDgandao lug of Irritated a1da heaJ""Omo --, _iAi l_"' 811 Wt pW1'S IIIt H"'UI.-.1.1..

Marques, played with Milwaukee, Lions last-year. *"-- I -- ,-

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Sis ,. THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, September 1, 1956
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CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS( .


Labor day BY is JAY here JAY and it won't := :: :t: FLORIDA STAR SHOPPING GUIDE Bargain Of The Ag:r-

be long before Christmas. To us
: Labor Day officially marks the

end,Summer.. We look for. a ,
change in the weather and beginto : TFROM
-look up at the trees for signs of AMERICAS FINEST MANUFACTURERS
Autumn. All around we see signsof

Yep the Summer approaching is dn the grid.wane.season. :,.>i ,WY.AUNTINE-SEAVER FOGLE' KROEHLER HOWARD AND OTHER FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS

Several places are planning ac-
tirities. At Paradise Park. Silver .
'
Springs. a gala program is plan
ned. Longshoremen's Park will be SUThOm Sample] sJ

nic.the scene At New of an Berlin old-fashioned the South pic T I ( )< >> ] i ', .

eastern Regatta will be held. Boat I 1 r_ .

enthusiasts from far and near will SOFAS LOVE SEATS CHAIRS AND SECTIONAL SOFAS
gather. An inoration is being i ,
planned this year. Many of the
owners* boats are too large to
race. So that these fellows mar rJ"I

hare some sport,,J. D. Brooks and ,, '
his committee are trying to forma
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"boalacade" from the Acosta I .
?
Bridge to New Berlin The first
boat to reach New Berlin will get REDUCTTEED
-- a trophy. Watch the daily papers

for final and full details..Frank ; NeWsom'
LeGree and his combo will be I J gUa: -
trans bs antics t .
to
beating out at the Elks on Labor ,I Isemel1t. as shy these re duc.
Day night for those who prefer to t Sped il1 this adver_
stay in the city limits. selected from. Pieces h
We stopped by a new place the '_ .m- = are bein. g offered OUr lar ke, dlsplaya..1 aVe beeF1du.t.
other day and found some old : : t
friends.Tucked away on the East- .. iz Samples d urll1g thisyo at big re_"
Sale
side at the foot of the Expressway Samples, A" piece gust FlOOr 1
: is a cozy new bar called the Base- A" and ae offered are FlOOr
> Pieces
ball Bar Our old friend Walter 011 red as
Dorman serves as host with Clyee I diSPlay,,at N eWson.sUCh.
-... s.
Ann -and Claudia as waitresses. ;:,
Regardless as to how nice the
bar may be we found that they
all have one problem. Quite a few
'
of us just will not remove our
J hats in the bars. It is acceptable MODERN PERIOD
for 'men to keep hats on with "
/ ,other men when sitting at the bar "".t

so we say but no man should sit : VICTORIAN *, FRENCH PROVINCIAL
at a table and keep his hat glued w H
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on. Few of us would sit to the
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table at home and keep our hats Open an Account No Carrying No Finance Charges
on but we will take a lady out
and sit anywhere in a bar and act .
Reg. $620.00 VICTORIAN SOFA GROUP-All
"as though the ,lid was glued on.Don't pieces are in solid mahogany and include the 542 0
\ forget fellows, only gentle
men remove their hats in public. sofa and a ladies and gentlemen's chair .

-v Johnny Stewart asked us to .1 "Yi Reg. $369.50 VICTORIAN SOFA-Covered .in

make an announcement. Johnny ,', ., s," rich wine velvet and is made of solid mahogany. $19 9
wants to tell all the girls that he '
.is not getting married and has no tmi-L : Deep tufted back . . .

intentions ,of doing so soon.* He ... 1? Reg. $109.50 WING CHAIR-Solid mahogany

reports that since the rumor got chair in a beige floral tapestry. Quality construction S89

out he was hooked and hasn't Reg. $369.95- MODERN SOFA-2-cushion'style '5 and is sure to please . .
been able to get any rest from the 19 9
cush
with tufted back and arms. Foam rubber
telephone. Just relax girls, Johnny Reg. $230.00 SECTIONAL SOFA-In a rich
will,still be on the scene. .-.. ions. In coral and beige ... H :. ., : nylon frieze cover. Available in rose beige or $ 17 9
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x.All of you boys with happy green. Made for comfort and durability .
cushion
hair and the almost gone proc- Reg. $349.9588" SOFA-Extra long 3 s .
esses. You can get on the ball sofa in foam rubber. Available in gold end 18 9 Reg. $389.95 TUFTED BACK SOFA-High .

again. Cleve Grier The' Process -R;' green. Modern style . e__ tufted back and arms will give the utmost in 53 5 0 .
.' Han"is back in town and is doing .., real comfort. In turquoise and gold ....
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_' business_at the same old stand, ; show .
PILLOW BACK SOFA-Thl
Reg.4449.50
Reg. $149.95 LOUNGE CHAIRS Comfortable
.. -the Roosevelt Barber While : !
,Shop. 5249
= is 102.long with 4 dacron filled pillows.
Clev took a sojourn in Miami, piece chairs with deep foam rubber cushions.
-,. An value . AvallS89
many of the boys had a,hard time :':1.- outstanding able in several colors .'. e .
4 keeping their ""gas jobs" looking Reg. $269.95 FRENCH PROVINCIAL
good. We hear that a group of Reg. $329.95 ULTRA MODERN SOFA-Long S .
The woodwork fruitwood. Covered
Eastside young ladies have form- !low and sleek sofa with soft foam rubber cus h' 179 IS SOFA5229

ed a "process club." We agree ions. Green nubby .,. . ,-. floral tapestry. 2 cushion,style .'. ".
1 process jobs: will improve;" many .
',of these heads" :yesee' up and ; \ BROAD AT ADAMS
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+down, the blocks. i. -. -
Margie Sanders has just returned -
from a visit to Chuckatuck FREE PARKING FREE PARKING

Cypress Swamp, Zuni and other '
parts of Tidewater Virginia.We WHEN SHOPPING 5 WHEN SHOPPING
read a communication fromHenry ImElUUJU 11 1'
George otdog'" Wade. NEWSOM'5-AT THE nn 5 NEWSOM'S-AT THE .

Thy is in Chicago and doing ,; /, PARKING LOT ON I PARKING LOT ON
fine His main-man Arthur
: )> ADAMS ST. JUST ACROSS ADAMS ST. JUST ACROSS
eu- Simmons. the shoe, shine ,, '. .
magnate and his madam were out FROM STORE The South's Outstanding Furniture Store FROM STORE
doing the town and took in the ., .
$64.000 Quiz at the Tropicanna. ----i.:
The difference'between Peas and pertain to the racial situation In
his rich competitor Jerry Nash Is the state of Florida. We find all PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR" Registration Books Now Open

that Peas spends'money and ask of the news about the fruit fly WOMEN ADVERTISERS
Pops Frazier what does Jerry''do. In our papers and not a single Ne
,., The Ritz Theatre is presentingthe gro in North Florida or Jacksonville WANTED BE SURE TO REGISTER

colossal movie "Moby Dick" owns an orange grove or
next week. This extravanganza cares about the fruit fly. WITH CARS CUMMINGS NURSERY AND KINDERGARTENOpens 221 EAST ADAMS
starring Gregory Peck and directed About Town: Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Wonderful Opportunity
by John Houston is one of the die Fletcher are out and around For Permanent Income for Another Term September 10th
most expensive productions film again. Mrs. Fletcher seems to .
ed.By the way, it is a new picture have recovered completely SPARE TIME Will Care for Children Ages \Vz Yrs. to 5& Yrs. .
and played downtown less thana Whenever you see Frank Cannon,
1359 W. 19th STREET
couple of months ago John D. Jenkins and Johnny BUSINESS OPERATIONIn ,
.(CORNER BARNETT) I dHouR'CLEANERS
Lamar Bolton is in town for i Stewart they seem to be vieingfor Paying Field,
the first time in a number -of i the title of "best dressed man" FOR INFORMATION '
.years. Lamar is,still in the Army I Jeff Davis left Ashley and APPLY Phone EL 5-3259
. -and is driving,a Cadillac of,some-: Jefferson and'moved out to visit 1 1033 Market Street
1:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 F
HOURS to to
: p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. .
what ancient If have
vintage. you the-Tropicanna and have a spot
; white convertible 9 to 10 can. Doily
seen a Kitty of something or other. We met
with' California, tags that's him a'cute Hil damse\ from Ponte
By the way Lamar brought a ringin Vedra the other nit. We swore Tommy Thomas, Mgr. t ".
town and had:his great romance that there are no girls;in this section Iull1. -- "C'TTL Ly(; -

scuttled. resembling Carolyn Slaughter. _
This week there were several We ain't gonna tell.her phone
.articles of prime Importance to i number and address.. Visit .
every Negro In the state of Florida Pretty as a picture,. snub'nose BACHELOR BUNDLES
carried In all of the daily pretty legs and everything'else' : Lucille's lar-B-Q
papers. except the "Star Edition" That description Mary Williams ,* | ;:.;:" v ispllilccwnf < I
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of the Florida Times-Union. Time a co-ed from, Xavier Uni FOR 0AR-8-Q v :-; :.-iPiiiili'"P o 5 HOUR SERVICE
and time again we,hare seen topic versity. Mary is'a native pf Jax Chicken and Ribs SJJJJJDi > > ;

sentences of articles listed in the Ice Cream Soft Drinks- :: ||||| S .i v n 0

capsule of the news and hare not f rfo Scvce f* Se Ge.4 :- 'fjijiiljjl? lnv fy Beautifully Laundered, and Finished
Per Rent
been able to find the article in AyU. Co' orJt.i,.
the Star Edition. We checked Corer 12tfc Street .ri %
with the editors of the paper and Two modern furnished rooms. 2127 FAIRFAX
were told that in order to get the Use of kitchen. 309 Caroline St. ''" C&f llq/ul1
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"Colored pag. in the paper they *' .M1f.lt 'i J
had to leave out some of the state 1
Four apt.'S34.00 month. -
news. We "bought thatancI accepted room per
the excuse. But when you 1774 Spires Are Ph. EL 3-9342. Trade With (,(:
911 West Street
look at'the matter closer you will /, V. Ashley
find out that the "omitted news" Two room follows a definite pattern. All or bus line. Reasonable rates. 1319
nearly all of the articles "cut" W. Union St. Ph. EL 6-883S. They Treat You Better.




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