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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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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
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September 8, 1956
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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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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 8, 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 )

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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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University of Florida
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'" v.Kr Tallahassee-This week the Cabinet voted to wait a year before Over Integration Move

j xsat j considering applications for teaching certificates from 27 colored
fG teachers whose certificates were canceled after an investigation of
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creditbuying.The BY ERIC O. SIMPSONThe
one-year suspension period I I move toward integration of the nation's schools is being .
was recommended by States I Ii met with reaction varying from understanding acceptance to mob
\ School Superintendent Thomas D. While Mai Held violence as school boards began implementing- U. S. Supreme

).:- Bailey as' penalty,for 'gross im'I I Court ruling on school segregation. t

i r mortality' and incompetence.The i On Rape Charge Despite the flare of violence

t -' x' ckbipet.turned,down_ pleas r '-. which could: bring on 'a serious in the. school gymnasium under,, j.
t.' from Mtt.J1 jiuVtel Darby and- Of national crisis there.are some en- the watchful iyes of 'armed-;"
Ft. Mrs. Bevelyn Demps, both of NegroGfrlStarke couraging indications that thereis Guardsmen. Two were stationedat 3

)- Jacksonville, who filed for new growing understanding amonga each entrance of the gym. The

Officers and...members of the 'New Stanton Senior High'School Student Council are teen registering certificates after having previousones A Bradford County i great many people and that the students lunches were sent in
participants in the recently held third annual guidance conference at the school. canceled by the. Cabinet white man;. James Bryan, was matter of equal education is a from the school's lunchroom.

I \ In the group are standing..left to right: Priscilla,Boston and Earlene Toby Seated are Barbara !June 20.Records. I being held in the county jail democratic process and will be While the Negro youths were in .
; Cameron Annette Harper..Frederick D. Richardson Jr. Gilbert_ Cation Penelope Tolbert and Barbara at Florida Normal and charged. with rape of a colored settled as Americans have always the gym approximately 15 white
Industrial Memorial College, St settled their differences.The .
.I{ Britt. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO girL youngsters attempted to climb in
; -- Augustine, showed the teachers The girl told Sheriff P. D. Red- worst reaction was being through windows b u f guards

obtained certificates on the basis dish that the man drove to Law- seen in Sturgis Ky. and Clinton, quickly pulled them away.
: 'RI! M p Wiis Teacher Fired Collins Hopeful of fictitious credits Bailey said. tey where she lives seeking Tenn. where National Guardsmen The Negro youths told reporters
He recommended the suspension
have been called out to quell
someone to do his laundry and they "had .been treated all
On Morals Com! action under a law providing that she and a friend got in his car mob violence. In one Texas area classes by teachers and other rightin
In Florida Can an applicant could be' refused a officials
Stay school abandoned
plansto
t Championship to go to, his home in Sampson students."
certificate if found guilty of gross enroll colored students in fear
Is Denied City. GOT. A. B. Chandler orderedthe
Appeal immortality. I of action but elsewhere in
mob ,
Calm In Crisis Enroute, Bryan stopped his car i troops into the Union
County
t' Btai Race EvealBerthel Neither of the two teachers who and attempted to assault her but the state up to 100 school districts
> f' community on orders to "preservelaw
had confessed to having -
,A move to have Circuit Court re-applied I fled. She opened their doors on an inte-
; she and the other girl
and order.and issued
!Iii; I review his dismissal by the school acquired credits by fradulent grated basis without incidentSee a
Tallahassee After meeting I said Bryan caught her and as- statement in which he said "we .
-Simpkins of Orlando, Bailey said, but the fact
board means
on moral charges was lost ( "School Integration Aroundthe
f with his three-member bVracial saulted her.. Her friend ran to a
regret it is to this
piloting R.J. Nelson's "Rig.Mop"it remains that each had credits I necessary use
this week by William LeRoy Har- Country. on Page 5.)
advisory commission of whichJ. nearby home to summon help. means of guaranteeing equal
Southeastern Championship admitted did not'earn
they
won they In National Guardsmen
Sturgis Ky. -
R. E. Lee business managerfor t The Sheriff was notified. rights to citizens. but
ley.Harley our that
boat race event held Labor a mechanical drawing and the credits were included on with fixed bayonets charged we ..
Florida A and :M Universityfor The sheriff reported there was must do.
f Day at New Berlin before a crowd instructor at Isiah Blocker at the their applications for certificates.He I into a fist-swinging mob"of 500
r'i' of nearly 2, 00 holidayers. time was accused of.indecent exposUre Negroes is a member. Gover- also said "I think the boardis I evidence of a struggle where the townspeople Thursday to open a Meanwhile in Tennessee, nearly

t.,: Simpkins, whose win gives hifaclaimto \ on,,Picketsville Road ;'and nor believes LeRoy Collins Florida said Thursdayhe cool off generous in not revoking their alleged act was reported to have path for nine Negro youths enter half the students of Clinton High

l:_ _i one leg of the Schaefer also with causing an accident by can certificates permanently." :taken place. ing Sturgis High School. School came to classes Thursday.It .
racial
} the growing tension in the I
Bryan said he did not know was the best attendance since
Championship Three Leg Trophy reckless driving. Fighting broke out when the i
x: won*the Southeastern; title after Judge William A. Stanly held state. what had happened as he had Negro youths, who walked a mileto admission of Negro students .
judges disqualified Hal "Red"Pomeroy with Elliott Adams school board necessity He said of: "I having do anticipate to resort the to Jax Men Held I been drinking the sheriff said. the previously all-white school, brought on riotous agitation last

pilot of the -5i" attorney,.that the appeal was void reached the building. Seven men weekend.
Originally the qualification committee because it was not filed within any extreme means" to preserve On ShineCharge were arrested during the demonstration The National Guard which
i law and order, and added: "I am I
had ruled boats winning In 10.days after his dismissal, as inquired extremely hopeful we can stop Funeral Services but they were released came in with men and tanks Sunday -
Class *C" as well as winners and under the teacher tenure the growing tension and the handicaps later, after paying fines of $10 still occupies Clinton. Adj.
runner:-up in Class "B"could.reregister act.Harley was. dismissed on June to development of- Calvin McCray and Joseph E.f Slated Here For each on breach of peace charges. Gen. Joe Henry said 200 of the

for Class "AT Because a 14- race relations proper which tension, of Fields were arrested recently near I No injuries were"reported.. original 633-man force have left.
'
'J ''1 disagreement arose over winners John Paul Howard attorney for this tvn. < nrnrfnr*"!" an illicit distillery located one-" I Yelling "go home Negro" the D. J. Brittain, Jr.. principal,of .-'
in one class re-entering lower Harley contended that he had -"I just rr hope----and-- pray that we fourth mile west of .U. S.: 1. and I Jax SocialiteFuneral II'crowd surged around. the students the school, the first state supported __

class races the committee decidedto filed the suit under the generalact do not let extremists on both I one-fourth mile. north of .aage-I: trying to break through a ring of white high school in Tennesseeto <
freeze all boats in their first 'which-allowed 30 days time. sides thwart wood Avenue. sche- troops to reach the Negro youths.i admit Negro students under ;
our progress. services were
run classification. Judge Stanly pointed out that in He created the committee last The two faced Commissioner T. duled for Saturday Sept. 8, at 4 During the melee, one Guards-i Federal Court order, said he is encouraged -
his Howard had stated V. Cashen Friday in connection revolver from his
Finishing in the runner-up po- petition in the administration man pulled a by the rising attendance -
month to help p. m. for Mrs. Roland Hines Foster -
that Harley came under the with the operating of the stilL holster. stuck it against the head 394 Thursday against 324
"Sea piloted
sition was Captain of the four new laws which popular young socialite and
teacher tenure law,, a special act The distillery consisted of a 269 of the man nearest him and shout- the day before. .F
L:. Harrison of Orlando.;
by J.' give county school boards author former Jacksonville school teacher .
Jerome which' took precedence over the gallon still and 800 gallons of I ed: "Get back or 111 shooL" All 12 Negro students enrolled
} "Lizzie Xdou"owned by j to last
ity to assign pupils particular who died in Germany a
: and Albert general actBEGGAR mash. 35 gallons of whiskey had I As the Negro students were en- at Clinton High attended classes ,?
1':' Singleton piloted by I schools, give county boards powerto I August 26 following a brief ill- .
been off at the time they
run rolling in the office of Principal Thursday.
f. Parrish, did a flipover throwing hire and fire teachers give the :ness.
, Panish from the boat .and was FOR CHURCH power to regulate use were arrested. IfEarl Evans, many white students .,
governor
The still was in operation at the The last rites were performed began voluntarily to leave
"
J s "' unable to finish. of public facilities and authorizethe (in Bethel Baptist Church where Jaxon Is Shot At
f time of the raid and the two men classes. Some were crying.
I :.: Other division winners in Class FOUND WITH{ $3,400 governor to use all law resources ran officers reported but were,Rev. Robert Wilson is pastor. Each time a white student

: "B" are-George Christopherwho LEESBURG -'An 83-year-old' to maintain order. apprehended a short distance Mrs. Foster. t1\e youngest emerged from the school the 6 Times By, FriendA

I. i'kk' won top position with his "Black. woman.who for years has beggedfor "These laws give us the bestIegal away, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith C. crowd cheered. Some parents

I J ;z., ,.f Hawk"; Hal "Red" Pomery with money **to build. a church" tools of any state to cope The men told officers the still Hines of 981 Logan St, was the 'I broke through the line of troops Jacksonville man who was "1

: :,.,.....__' his F-52 was runner-up,.and Carl was picked up this week and with our problem" Collins said.' did not belong to them that they young wife of a U. S. Army officer and ran to windows of the building shot at six times was the victim of"

.- ,;. Thomas with-J-27 was. third. ,.found to be carrying- 3400.13 police 1 believe the laws are going to were operating it for a vhite man: and was born in Jacksonville Calling to their children to two bullet wounds and narrowly. \
I :- Clas s"C": X-100 was the'win- revealed last Thursday. I prove effective. they knew as Mr. Smith. but had been residing in Germanyfor leave the schooL Some attemptedto escaped death.
i I i ."::- ner, with Leon Tete Nelson; Officers say the bent and de- Collins said he is also concerned The men..were released_the next the past five months where sit down in the middle of the Mose Penny, 40, of 1071 Davis
i' -t.-; low Jacket" was runner-up, and crepid 'old woman known as about the "continued improve- day on temporary bond of $500. her husband is stationed street but were quickly removedby Street was-shot in the right arm
; ,. : "8*. Ball" was third, piloted by "Mainline 'Emma"\ Thomas had ment" of Negroes In health, edu- W. R. Thompson F. M. 'Thomasand She attended the public schoolsof Guardsmen. Two tanks also and right thigh last Saturday dur-

i j .. .' Johnnie BelL "Slo Poke" piloted the money stuffed in her hat cation and standards of living G. W. Myers of the alcohol Duval County Boylan-Haven patrolled the street. ing an argument in the 1100 blockof

i j _.:_ ""C 4. by Arthur: Martin -J. Eustis had shoes and throughout her dress which is made considerably more and tobacco tax division. Internal School and received her Bachelor I Adj. Gen. J. B. Williams in Davis Street. ..
: ; /; motor trouble after leading for I when she was arrested difficult where. racial tensions Revenue Service and Claude J, of Science Degree from West Virginia charge of the National Guardsmen The shooting occurred when

; '_ :: three laps. No' 'charges were filed against exist. Veal.Florida State Beverage Department State College, and was aI who moved Jnto this western Penny butted into an argument ":4
"Mainline Emma," but police He warned Florida's industrial were the participating DarnellCookman I,' and farming between one "Junior" Williamsand
: i, All trophies for the event were former clerk at the Kentucky mining
, wy_:: ', donated by the F and M Schaefer turned her over*to County Judge growth would be handicapped'"busi-by officers. Elementary School this city., community late Wednesday night, Oscar Williams. It is reported ,

; ;'::< '. ". Brewing Company The boat meet Troy Hall for disposition.The racist disturbances because She was a member and former' told .newsmen ,it was not the that during the fuss that developed 1
: woman has been receivinga nesses will not be encouraged: to READ I escort the chil- as a result of Penny get
;[; was sponsored by the New Berlin Sunday School teacher at Bethel Guards "duty to .
the welfare depart- come to Florida if they feel our :YourEditorial ** .
; Outboard Motor Club Inc. of check'irom Baptist Institutional Church. the dren home. ting into the argument Junior

5. which Edward Holt is commo ment since 1946.month.It currently l racial communities tension are and discord.seething" with I Page ,Rev. Robert H. Wilson, minister. The Negro students, ate lunch Williams shot Penny.Dent .

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Page, Tw THE FLORIDA STAR SetHtdoy, Septonbcf S, 1956

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; ..."THI.FLOIIIDA STAR"NEWS .. .. 's e POLITICS AS USUALBY .

ERIC 0. SIMPSON


4 ? P.IWhdrby TIle FlerUOtar. ........... Co. >:' .1glLt11 / 1-. P CHICAGO Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary, has

reiterated the criticism he voiced last week of
:s- Nar a compromise civil
.k;: t.. M.111as AMmn N
rights plank adopted by the Democratic convention here.
; P, 0. Box 561. JccksMvtlfe( .1,. FlorU :,
423 Broad ,Street, JetkM.YlH*. ,,,rYe ,..... lLi*:'44773ERIC0. It is evident that Mr Wilkins i I Ii II
feels the compromise plank falls I

: SIMPSON : I, MaioBi' .. Uftw unacceptably short of the require-

C. P.rb.a J......; __ H** Stftt ments for a major political party
I IJk\ seeking the nation's votes in 1956.

Member of Associated Negro Press Passages in the plank dealing

with the Supreme Court decisionon b e ,
I f ::
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES public school segregation are
A 1o.;;. :;" Mow T. Ye., A yvlrare U'the Uak4.States. official said. He pointed out that

S.bseryt.s',.,...... I. AoVome. Sra4 Checks or MOMT Ordm.Tw I other passages calling for con- h
FLORIBA'STAR P. O. SOX 561 JACK NVtUI 1, FLORIDA: tinued "efforts" by the Demo- ,' a

!... ". ". cratic party in behalf of other ,,
.' r' THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: ?. ... L civil rights guarantees now have ''

\IXesio.Flrem.: .. .;*. (. dropped the 1952 plank's refer- ;':ry
to federal legislation and _
., : ences
&: More Negro Polio Officers. -..
thus area definite step backward. ,
3. 'Squad Cars for the Negro Police. The compromise plank will not

4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the be an effective argument for the '

-:. Building Program votes of those who expect to see &&Ii-i- : -g

equality of citizenship a realityfor :

1 all Americans in the foresee- :"iP<':' :.,--h', '. P ..
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Tie Qpeiiig, Of :SchwkCiw* Caase 1* able cated.future. Mr. Wilkins indi- SIMPSON


For Great Coiceri Over The FutureAs Compromise on the disputed voters and it is hearteningto
civil rights plank struck down an find that Bishop Nichols has

amendment pledging the Democrats announced that he is giving every
to carry out the Supreme support to the FLORIDA STAR in
we watch the young boys and girls returning to schoolwe
become greatly ,concerned when we think of crowded I P r- Court's anti-segregation decisions its drive to get Negroes regis-
schools double sessions and poorly qualified teachers. without interfering "with the tered.
determination of these
orderly
There is some hope of rectifying the overcrowded condition *z-; matters by the courts."
'which result in double' sessions since it is a phySical
also
The defeated amendment
matter that is being remedied by.the large scale building'pro- ..''" ., i _i i. w..........,. .- asked federal laws, to guaranteefair YOU'RELOCKED

gram going on in Duval County. I "Recent Court Decisions On Desegregation. Have Increased Her Prestige" employment, personal secur-

However, a very dismal situation is that which has to do ity and full voting rights.
with the poor training many of these children will get in accepted as it should be interest- The compromise civil rights

our public schools: under the tutelage of half qualified.teachers. ing for you to see what will even- plank said nothing of implementing -
.' Your Weekly tually ensue. Librans who feel the Supreme Court decisions .

It is a matter that causes much misgivings when we troubled will find much solace on segregation, and dealt with OUTof

consider that this generation of Negroes seeking integrationand :Horoscope Guide and comfort within the home or racial discrimination only in general -

full citizenship will be required to measure up to whit through the ministrations of eld- terms without proposing 'a the election
standards.In ers ant loved ones. Keep your specific course of action.
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR emotions under cover. unless
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many instances children will be taught by teachers you'reregistered
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL 3-44-30-12-73-595 With the entry of Bishop D.
who themselves were taught by instructors,who came out Df .
Negro colleges that we are now told were under, par with By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES Ward Nichols Florida and his
the white institutions they will be taught by teachers SCORPIO announced plan to work vigorously
Born Oct. 24 thru No... 22 with the Negro movement to
who scrambled with the
barely: through college only purpose
I Friendships on the higher plane attain full citizenship there is
in mind being that of securing .a teaching certificate so they
would be perfectly justified in las tlonger. As the indication' the dawningof i
could land that would them soon as emotions every
a job provide security i
Born March 21 thru April 19 holding on to your views rather inject themselves into your a new day in the Sunshine
Regrettably, there may be some, who actually cheated Instinctive feelings are heaven- than being swayed by the opin- friendships, friction ensues. Take State. I
and used deviousmeans to obtain their credits for ter fica- sent. Whether your problems are ions of others who may be biased, precautions against the hazards'ofspeculation His entry heralds new leader- }

tion. How can a teacher who has himself.cheated to earn his of a health service or employment misinformed or backward in their large outlays for personal ship the type that will stand 't

credits reprimand a student whom he has caught cribbing nature, they will not be thinking. Avoid making social social or business purposes, up and speak out for the rightsof -"-
his lesson in class? solved by taking steps that can and real estate commitments that or backing ventures that are too citizens the type that will '1i

To say the least, there is need for. concern over our complicate matters all the 'more could become too expensive if big for you to swingn alone. Consider = lead the people instead of standing Locked out of the fun and excitement
schools. Your sign calls for a realistic appraisal you make the wrong guess. The offers or propositions which by quietly in fear of sayingor ae your friends rather round
of yourself and a positive counsels of your mate or others may entail teaming up with some- doing anything that depriveone the precinct polls! Cut off without -
approach to the conditions that close to you would be invaluableas one else. Conditions of the comforts that come a aay-eo about the next preri-
may seem a
Ilad.g J.R.E. To Advise Governor may be impeding* you so as to far as these and joint economic bit unusual, they moy contain the from patronizing the "right peo dent won't or even national have the defense right to! complain You

have the decks cleared for future questions are: concerned. Just elements for the achievement of ple." if you Deflect.your: right to
action. Opportunity puts you in wait and see. your goals. As we have written time and register and vote. .
Places Him h AwkardPositionMany touch with the higher forces and 1-70-66-18-72-635 5-20-33-17-56-391 time again one of the great needsin Don't lock younelf out of thiayear'a
also bring surprising devel- key elections.Uyou'vejuR
may Florida is registered Negro become a bride just moved or
of us will naturally hail the appointment of FloridaA opments having to do with ro LEO SAGITTARIUS just pawed your 21st birthday.

and M University's J. R.E. Lee to the governor's committeeas mance creativeness, recreationand Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 Born Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 all register friends now. And.. start asking
relations with the breaks, to associates and your
a truly democratic move on the part of the Governor.No youngsters. Hold on to all your assets. With Success can be had at a price. your
9 77 88 19 76223TAURUS Whereas whateveryou
competitors.
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will that J. R. E. Lee is honest and funds coming in generous quantities The thing that will have to
one deny, an .respectable you try to do alone is only too Is your name ****
you may be tempted to spend it I
man'with long experience in the field of education; figure out is whether .would
likely to J backfire; and generate
but we do believe that he is being placed in an awkward. them even more lavishly. Signs be wise in the final accounting to in the ***
Born friction. should
20 thru 20 be
April May point to recklessness and daringon Changes accepted -
position. pay it. Advises you to take a new book?
Know who your real friends your part as well as in the in- as inevitable, but it is unwise -
loow at aspirations and to
The governor's appointment of a Negro who has been on are. There are signs of tensions dividuals who are associated with your to bring them about your-
avoid losing the of friends
the state payroll for many years to advise him on.movementin with your dear ones and acquaintances. you impelws you to be originaland and regard self because of personal grudgesor
associates. Your shows
the matter of school segregation seems like a man with a .. You will also have to an- a path blazer to the ways of sign discontent Those who are true REGISTER NOW
gun in his hand saying to his adversary: Go ahead and tell alyze the factors that lead to overspending the future. Leos who have the desire sweeping and unexpected changes friends as well as associates bring
or developments that affect
me exactly what you think about me. for social or commercial to attract the attention of a your basic philosophies.may Form solace and wise counsel 221 EAST ADAMS

As we have said, J. R. E. Lee is a man of integrity and purposes, so as to get them strictly potential mate or partner are in ties with persons or organizationsin 5-70-66-18-72-591 I .

we believe he will endeavor render the best of his serviceto under control Try to convince an excellent position to do just distant localities or foreign
the governor and the State of Florida. However, we wish those who share these concerns that. '
ands, or travel yourself, when
that he had not been put on such a spot. We would have with you to cooperate for mutual 8-55-60-18-68-498 this is lucrative. .

preferred to see someone not so closely connected with the protection and benefit Showdowns 2100991479342CAPRICORN ,
State in such a position dealing with such a highly explosiveissue. that are caused by forces VIRGO \

.:beyond your control contain the Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
elements for future happiness. Be forgiving and helpfuL Be
Born Doc. 22 thru Jan. 19
Maintain harmony within the hose. associated with show
you Follow routine now. Your active !
DEFINITE PLAN IS NEEDED TO home 6-40-55-15-63-171 and with the family. signs of temperament. An inner mind may like to try out new 1IL2

glow may be created when your methods to achieve quicker results t

SOLVE THE BACIAL PROBLEMThe emotional interests are unexpectedly -' but this is not the time to
GEMINI aroused. A strong attach take the risks that may be re
Morn May 21 thru June 21 ment can be exciting and remunerative I quired. It is best to keep your

Negro-White-problem, considered by Americans the Think hard but more slowly. for those who have no views and plans to yourself to

greatest facing the nation today, will"not solve itself. A solu- All-out efforts to gain your ambi- established ties, but somewhat :orestall unwanted advice, complications *
tion will come only from a definite plan. tious aims in the face of unfavorable risky for the Virgoans who have. ; or unfavorable conse-

These facts are revealed by a nation-wide survey made conditions and forthright This is a favorable time to receivethe I quences. Trips and negotiationsare ____

for the Catholic Digest by an independent opinion research opposition* would only throw the proper diagnosis and treat- : not likely to lead to any definite __
firm. Reporting in the September,issue on one of the aspectsof gears of progress in reverse. Protection ment for whatever may be troubling j m conclusions so it would be :
of your'worldly Stabilize finances.
the survey, the Digest explains, "Three persons in every status you. your i advantageous to put them off
five, or 60%, argued the need.for a definite plan. Only three family unity and friendly associations 1-40-22-15-69-737 I until a more convenient time. Do _

out of ten, 29%, said that the problem will work.itself out." can be-obtained by working ]not take on future commitmentsat
closely with your favorite ad- LIBRA
One of the questions concerning an approach to the Ne- visor. An attraction may be cap- Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 3-70-88-17-67-163 this time.

gro-White problem, dealt with the placing of responsibility: tivating but hardly fated to withstand Follow the pace of events. You
"Do you think that the problem is something for Negroes to the test of time. Rather will only "be diminishing your
work out by Themselves or should Whites work on it also?" AQUARIUS
than embarking on adventures, no chances of making headway if iirt
Born
Jan. 20
thru Feb. 18
that Whites who created the prob- ,
Both sides seem to realize adhere
matter how thrilling to you overtax your strength, speedup
. should share in the burden of solvingit. Money saved is money earned.t .
lem in the first place, of life. of
your set way production in the face opposition -
J[t
that Whites should not may be'good pudgment to see
Nationally, nine out of ten, 89% say 7-11-50-13 57-696 or try to compel others to 1 that -
the balance
remains in
The northern vote for such your
leave the problem to Negroes. ;
White 88 Negroes deliver on promises they cannot J favor, even if this means becom- 1400S WRHC/
the southern %
White participation was 90%; ; CANCER live up to. The chance to shine i ing more thrifty and economicalthan 1400 .

north and south, 92% each. Born June 22 thru July 22 socially and to create a friendship : you usually are. Your priceless -

Substantial agreement does not appear among all groups Time solves all problems. You of an exciting nature should be : possessions should also be KIN: KNIGHT

on the necessityfor some form of action, the survey found. kept; out of harm's way. Those a
59% of all Whitesand 70% of all Negroes eschew a peace-at-
.
GETYOUkHOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 who ,are not commitsted to anyone
any-price policy, while only 30% of Whites and 24% of Negroes Presenting
would let things slide. U.. Skis e...... 1Mra areas above ,..mll. s... 10 oats (... 4.... person or cause may take ad- L
.. cola) for sack ......,. ..... by ...1. .lac.... .If ..Ureue4.ate. vantage of the unexpected. Aqua- KMIGHT TRAIN '
Moreover, and perhaps surprisingly to some, southern ._ ......... Writ lelaly. n.a' offer das ..t "If. N rnW...tl rians who have previous established ,
Whites are almost as solidly in favor of a specific program as, .f the ........ ., C.4. tiese should think twice before 8-9 P.M. 12-1'

the Whites of, the north i I ems. they break them for economic Nightly

""" In mixed areas, both north ajid south it seems that r fAeLO: 'L0t1DA STAR ASTROLOGER as well as personal reasons. -: SWEET .
Whites are more satisfied with the way things work out be- 1'. o. lOX .n Don't decide now if in doubtS CHARIOT :

tween them and their colored neighbors than the Negro neigh- .I lACKSOHYW r, LA. 55-77-13-65-311 .
bors are. Thus only 48% of Whites living .in mixed areas in I I 9:30 to 10:30. Monday Thru Friday
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the north assent to,any need,for a definite plan for solutionof H. PISCFS :
'
the race problem\ % see no need for any plan; 19% gave .w,... .. JI Born Feb. IS thru March 20 Features ]

no opinion Reason should replace impulse.It !LUESINThEgIIC .
Negroes in the same areas, on the other hand, advanced, a I cih ,.... I may go against the grain to feel I f

65% opinion in favor of some systematic-action; ,29% think .,.... ...Ad that you have to lean on others to 10:3012 Monday Thru

the problem will work itself out; only 6% ventured- no I. Dole ,M..tb I get things done.. An impulse gives Saturday. I
: aU the advantages, and most of
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:S.tardq., .Septe.iber,,t,, 1956, THE ,FLOUDA STAR lye Three



I. ... -6L O "" /1 JMXOM Entertains With Colorful Garden .1
1fIr;.. i1511 \ t,. I Party
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;! : Uti I \\fl. t t; Ii: __ _
eF d a ;
Mr. and Mrs. Sloan Jackson of turned home-following a vacationin I

New York City\ are in the city Pensacola. ..
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visiting their> brother and'dstet4in.law. } .
ffigt: \" J "Z Tf %'

Mr..and lirs' IL. G., Jack*! Miss !.b'rY Francis Morgan, a ," ,

son-of 1349 W.-llth Street daughter of,Mrs. Mattie Morgan, At l I
will enter EJward Waters College 55 5 M
The Rev. and Mrs. G.,T.,McCaUleft next week. s \

the city recently for Rich-

mond, Va.. to attend the National Mrs. W. L. Jones, wife of the

Baptist Convention. Rev. McCall Rev. W. L. Jones, spent a very

is the pastor of lit. Vernon Baptist -, pleasant vacation with her daughter -

Church in New York City.

I Mrs. Jones is president of the : ,
5 :
Mrs. Clara Glover, a memberof 3t: James District Convention and J

Mt. Sinai Baptist Church i31 organizer of the Baptist Minister's : ? '

spending her vacation in New I Wives Alliance. m a a' lil g'3'iSS' ( P.S a

York City and Pennsylvania. I
j jMJ.s.

:. Maude Hampton n con- MISS IDA LOGANS I

valescing in her home at 1144

Spearing St. She is' a member of SPEAKER FOR ::

Pallbearers Society 10. YOUTH DAY' EVENTMiss'


Miss Mildred Smith arrived-in
the otjr Saturday to visit her Ida Logan, a member of

mother, Mrs. C. Gordon Smith at the DaY' pri Baptist C.'zurch is: I

1926'' Davis Street Miss Smith is|I to deliver the main address on ,,,,. n_, _"____' __ '
': Sunday at 11 a. m. when the r
a Psychiatric Social Worker at S-1
youths of the St Mathew. Baptist LAWN PARTY GUESTS In the scenes above are seen two
I : sa
the VA Hospital in Tuskegee. Ala.j Church observe "Youth Day."The S __ raM 1!groups of Jacksonville socialites who enjoyed a lawn party held at

)![church is located at 28th and w the horns of J. W. Bolden. 1436 West 10th Street. In the first scene
Ernest Jones of 2343
Mars St Moncrief Road. from left, seated. are: Mrs. Annie Mae Sims Mrs. Javan Anderson.
j jI.
is in his home.
He is
recuperating Mrs. R. Barros. Mrs. E. M. Mrs. A. L.
Guest superintendent ; Clegg. Peterson and Mrs. Leonora -
president of the Gentlemen's Society -1 i|I. at the ,'
+'i Sunday School period will be D. Lee. Mrs. Elija Perry is seen standing.In .
Club.., ;(Floyd Kirkland Jr. ; In the second scene the ladies seated from' left are: Mrs. T. J.
.. .. tr
''a Waller and Mrs. Hattie Echols. !in the
r. b ? : Standing same order are: Mrs.
Mrs. .J.. A Wilkins of 2303Janet1 I
: d yxs
Ruby Manning. Mrs. Julius T. Moore. Mrs. Ruby Blackwell Mis.
Sti:,*Is visiting relatives and .
Robert Bunkley Club yi;, F.. s Ceestine Jenkins end Mrs. J. W. Bolden. who was the hostess to
'friends in New York City and
the lovely affair. .
She is member of Slates
Pennsylvania. a AnniversaryRobert In the third scene bottom left are Mrs. Aldonia Joyner. Mrs.
Mt.. Sinai Church.
Baptist I Hazel C. Argreit Mrs. Ora Mciver of Miami Mrs. Alice Johnsonend

Bunkley Club of District "f J Mrs. Wilmer DorrelL
Mrs. Hattie Mae Clark and 115 j of the Second Baptist Church : ,

daughter. Shirley Jean Wooden of!will observe the 26th anniversaryof J
1118 Franklin St'returned to the; El 'Miss Doris Newsom's
the district and the 17th of the Lucky 16 Circle
city recently from Rochester, N* deacon Silas McKinney on Sept : .

Y. where they visited Shedrick-I 16 at 3 p. m. in the church audi: Engagement AnnouncedThe

Wooden, father of Shirley. torium. Plan Ham Party'The

I Mrs. Emma L. Collier and Mrs. announcement of the en-
Mr. and Mrs Thomas Bailey of I Amelia McKinney, deaconessesfor gagement of Doris Newsom to
1545 W. First St., returned to the. lovely hcme of Mrs. Fannie
10 years, will observe" their Luther Sutton has been mide by
city recently from Chicago Ill, anniversaries at this time. j! l rs. Delia..Davis, grandmother of Vte Robinson at 2449 Doby St
t is the setting for an entertainment
where visited relatives.
they They Mrs. Lenora Harris ant C. W. ? st the brtfe-elect:
Btuey' scheduled: for Sept 13 of the
also tiriteMrs, :-:sister Shootes are, in charge of the pro-, Mr. Sutton is the so-n of :Mrs.
in Newark; N. J, Mrs.. Agnes gram arrangements. Addie Sutton of lOa). Safers Lucky 16 Sewing-Saving Circle.
t 'On this occasion, a 'Ham Party'
Wheeler and Mrs. Tlorerfee Hat Visiting auxiliaries have been Court.
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relatives is planned at which time a nine-
'other New
ris-iAnd in
invited to attend this affair. The wedding will be an
evejjtof
CALENDAR Mrs. D. pound ham will be given to a
York City. Myra King Concert EnsembleTo Sept. 16 at 12:45 p. In. in the lucky person.

To Speak At Tea Evergreen Baptist Church with"the Mrs. Inez Johnson and Mrs.
Mrs. Minnie L. Weatherbee of
StarkDeliveries EVENTSWhen Rev. H. H. Wright performing
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1475 McConhie St. and Mrs. Leila Be Heard HereAmong the ceremony. Annabelle Rucker will receive the

Walden of 1061 Ellis St, left the Mrs. Myra D._ King is speakerfor guests and Mrs. Kattie Lockett,

city recently for Richmond, Va. the Nurses Board of the the silver tea sponsored by daughter of Mrs. Robinson. will
to attend the annual session of the Stewardess Board the cultural activities assist in other preparations. Mrs.
Abyssinia Baptist Church meet on 1 of the St Tea Event Is Slated
National n scheduled for the month of Octo- Ella Mae Whitfield will introducethe
Baptist Convention of Paul AME Church scheduled
for
To Saturday at 8:30 p. nu; a "Cake
America. Both ladies 'are mem- D8TB Walk" will be given. The affair Sunday Prom 3:30 to 5 p. m. ber is the appearance of the Dun- Women's visitors and Mrs. Willie Grif-
By GroupsThe
gill Concert Ensemble set for October fin will give the
bers of Second$ Baptist Church Daniel and Hattie will be given in the home of Mrs. Miss Roberta Bacon will render occasion
McQueen, 17 at 8 m. in New Stan-
piano numbers p.
at this
1210 Grant St.. girl, fluly 26. Mizell Clark. 831 Kings Road. event. annual tea sponsored -by
Mrs. Thelma Foster, Mrs. Essie
James and Isabelle Parris 1765 ton.The the Deaconess Council and Dorcas
Holmes and William' Pryor of W. 19th SL, girl, Aug. 18. The St Joseph Baptist Church Zoo Outing Planned Ensemble is composed ofa I Sisters of the Women's District COME OUT .
family who entertain
2041 Moncrief had as their house group
Richard and Annie Small, 1590 auditorium will be the setting on ,Missionary and Educational Convention To BEAUTIFUL
their relativesMrs. musically through vocal and in-
guests recently
W. 28th St., girl May 20. Sunday at 8 p. m. when the Su- I of the East Florida and
Bessie Edwards Ralph, Collie An outing to the.Zoo is plannedfor strumental selections. The num-
Harry and Nelly Randolph, Jr., wanneeaires appear in their re-1 Bethany Association is set for MAGNOLIAGARDENS
and Jean Foster of New York Sunday by the West Jackson- bers will include a variety of
624 W. State St., boy May 20. dIaL Sept 16 from 4 to 6 p.-m. in the
ville classics folk and
City. True Heart Club. spirituals, songs
Bert and Phoebe Thompson, Mrs Josephine West is sponsorof home of Mrs. Lois Cain, 2019
The bus will make stops at jazz.
1001 DeWitt St, girl May 28. the program.. The public is in- Moncrief Road. ,
Elder and Mrs. E. W, Mabreyand Yulee and Line Streets and The Fellowship Youth Temple
Frank and Alice LeGree, 1004A vited. Guest speaker on this occasion
And
son Cleve left the city last Broadway and Baker Avenue be- a new non-denominational. church Inspect
Union St, girl May 28. will be Mrs. Wilhelmenia Francis
Wednesday to attend the funeralof ginning at 1:30 p. m. initiated and directed by the Rev. The New Homes \
John H.and Rosa Nesmith, 6968 On Sunday at 3 p. In., the City- and guest sploist Mrs. Rosa Bud
Elder Mabrey's. brother, Na- Evergreen. Ave, boy, May 28. Wide Ushers Mass meeting is tobe Charles King is sponsoring the Williams. Now Being Built
thaniel Mabrey of Sarasota, Fla. event.
Sandie and Willie Jones, 721 W. held in the Evergreen Baptist
who died recently due to an accident Adams St. girl May 29: Church.. Wedding Bells The' Teen-Age Society Club, a Two or Three

Chas. and Louise Alston, 911 W. A program has been arrangedto group of high school and college FLORIDA STAR Bedroom Homes
I Church St, boy-May 29. I be presented at this time. Applications for Marriage youth who have organized for the
=I tf" Licenses IN EVERY Concrete Block
Soatt returned to Alphonso and Loutralve Tim- purpose of lifting the standards

tlietity*recently-'from, PlHWel... mons 1242 W. Duval St, boy On Sept. 16 in the Elks auditorium of local teen-agers and to combat and Brick Homes
P1Bi. Pat BW ep-. SeoH ;&.fee May 29.Bernard. the Davis Sisters and Lovell Singleterry, 1765 Mt juvenile delinquency, are assist- COLORED HOME

founder of the laternatfcmal Sfk- and Beatrice Grissett, Curtis Dublin of Philadelphia Pa. Herman, age 26, and JacquelineT. ing in the presentation: of the Monthly Mortgage

iM.'fc. '" ;sealed' .at2 26M Box 87, Baldwin, girl,'May 30. will be presented in a CODcerLTh. Smith 1208 Barnett. St, age affair PAYMENTSStart
Grltiil4 St.- event is sponsored by the 21* Leroy Washington, a student at
t Willie and Minnie Walker, 945 ..
r... t Leroy Joyner, 2120 Apt. A, Mrs. I. C. Robinson
Madison St, boy May 31. Gospel Echoes Singers. Florida A and M University, is as Low as

Mrs. Janie Wilkins, 1711 w Albert and 'Leona Stevenson, A wide selection of well known Venus St. age 40 and Ruby M. president of the club; Miss Har- $42.31 PER MONTHand

24th,St.-tom to tbe cst7 reo 1815 W. 16th> ,St, girl May 31. gospel[ numbers will be rendered.An Johnson, 1322 Harrison St, age riet Witsell, secretary and the Announcesthe

center* from" Philadelphia..,:Pa i Clearance and Genama Williams 29.Luther Sutton, 1080 Safers Rev. King, adult advisor. I According to up the Type

where the attended. :tfe. fttnereJ.ofr Route 9, Box. .37, boy, June after-service program featuring Court, age 21 and Doirs Newspm, 1 Opening of Plan You Choose
heT .... MNI'. M fti .i-Bt k r 1. the male chorus of the I "

7olsetil Mi. ' Florida. Buren, girl, .Aug. 21. for Sunday at 8 p. m. in the Mt HOMES
21 and Afzula M. Patterson,
age IPSET
01 STOMACH
Earnest and Alice .Huffman. Olive Primitive Baptist Churchfor
Rt. 7, Box SOB. 22. Have the Following
age
Mrs: Mary "Lou Ward has' re- 3313GnmoreSC'boy:; ; Aug. 19. .the benefit of usher board 4. Half-alive,headachy.when constipation
.
Jos .C. Fraley 959 W. BeaverSt sours stomach Black-Draught* Special Features and
Wfflle andkVelma!Pittmari, 703 age 47, and Louise Willis 959 Helps relieves sweeten constipation sour stomach overnight.too. 1202 West Church St. Conveniences
Jessie St..girl, June ZJ j
W. Beaver St, age 48. Untfn-StoMcft Swwttwr Warts OtenfgM!
.
Frank and Bertha Hines Sr, Asphalt Tfle or Oak
MultLEIaTAN No harsh Made from
BethuneCookmanAlumni Rayfus Cambridge 1476B Logan griping. pure Robinson
1109 Odessa St. boy July 4. vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but Mrs. Floors

............, ....:... ..........' Calls Meet St, age 49 and Annie B. Williams brigs comforting uncorks: clogged relief In intestines.mon DC. Stretches Curtains. Carports
.iM.MiTKtA tC,...*.*.*fw.*f. 1476B, Logan St. age 49. Then life looks sunny again! Get e Patios
=AG*.ales tat.*trice MM rttaHIM > 'Dixon- Samuel J. Footman, 1116 East Black-Draught today. and Will ,
:..taMM STANCAOIC..MMte.. : Wilfiams'I For New GraduatesNathaniel b Footer or cin.wdet1ane...mmfnom Large Landscaped Lots
I St, 58 and ..JessieB. Set Your Doiles
Spearing
BkSSMBklMsil. """kd BSBSslBfeMllllsV 1 age. lft. age to new tag to-trtt TiMet* tool Factory Finished.Cabinets
BJOBJ VW Rl 9r Pr P m .
--..........asi.LEARM' Marri ge. Announced 1 Ford, 1734 W. 6th St, age 69. ..,....:_.]U When loan chCditn'cumlU*itlaa*1- for Reasonable Prices Hot Water Heaters

Davis president of r nr.aeat.aDd Thsy is,.'this baaer..st=i l Space Heaters
The announcement of the mar- Bethune-Cookman Alumni Association .- Tile Bathrooms

t riage of poris Dixon'to Sgt Charles has issued an announcement Miss Edwina'Mosely Exhaust Fans

TO DRIVEfTI. > Andrew Williams, Jr. has inviting all new graduatesof You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Concrete Drive Strips .
1 1 Qekkast ,...:..tselilt; beenm de'byMr.. and Mrs. Fred the College to meet with the Slated To. AppearAs NO SEPTIC TANKS

'> w.,.T.-...... Dixon.of 2811 Venus'Street, par- group in its first meeting of the Guest Artist Complete Water Treatment

.. ,AJAXDRIVIS ents of the bride. The. .wedding. falLThe LOW PRICES Plant and Sewage
I ; took place on June 13. meeting is set for Sundayat Disposal System
i SCHOOL Mr, WilliamS is the son of Mr. 5 p. m. in the A. L. Lewis When the senior choir 1,of the Walking Distance to

:: CALL: !L 44)639) and Mrs. Samuel Williams of 2502 Branch YWCA, 582 W. 8th St Central Baptist Church presentsits On Your Schools
II Moncrief Road. By-laws, election of officers and annual recital, Mrs. Edwina County School Bus

: George P.erperaat' Mrs.' Williams will leave for program activities for the coming Mosley will appear as guest art- DRUG STOlE WEEDS I All Paved County Roads Approved

i" i. 1134 W. : Salinas, Calif.on Sept 12 to join' year will be points .for considera fat.Supporting City Bus Service
her husband. tion. Mrs. Mosley will be
t I.'. Mrs. Carolyn Kendrick, Mrs. Gus- Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store I City Mail Delivery

Spacious Rooms
I sie Tucker E. Dorsey, J. Lawrence
.A. and We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised Pick the Home of Your
I Calendar dent Buggs Joseph John-
Choice Now
y j CUMMMGS NURSERY AND KINDERGARTEN Before
, son.The In Your Local PepersWOOD'S They Are All Sold
I program is under the direction -

!: ; *; Opens for Another. Term September 10th The male chorus of the St. Paul of Mrs. Ada V. Norton. CMANQLIAImpreVeMeIt

AME Church, Al Hogan, the Gate
;- Will Core for Children Ages 114 Yrs*,to 5& Yrs. DIXIE PHARMACY
City Four and others are sche-

; :, .:' I 1359 W. 19th STREET duled to participate on a programon pGEnimLk'NmHTs>> 1302 KINGS ROAD et MYRTLE AVENUE

_?; ,. I. (OeftNCR, BARMTTT) Sunday at 3. p. m. when the L-= PHONES El 3-5597-98 -
,, ,* Trustee Board of Allen Chapel its : W. Dolls We Afo fill All Doctors' hestreptM.ePAY Corp.
t : ;::. \- FOR .INFORMATION-. AME Church observes its anni- del.s :=Edney acid ceeesl >rrt- ;

,! l Phone EL .5-3259 ,. versary. YOUR. LIGHT,, WATER AND TELEPHONE 2478 W. Edgewood
t. __ sa ..;;,. IPtY aDd
HOURS_' :.>1:00 te .5:00, .. 7:00 F.i.4ro T :Tj t-. The Rev. S. Andrews- will be .,,-. A8-cn-II,*. .,...CJD'1tX....'....owe.. BILLS AT OUR STORE Phone PO 5-2S14..
the speaker for this occasion. .


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Peje feat THE FLOMDA, S7A* S frf.y, September i. 195
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: News About The; Churches And Religious Activities In Fla.


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air Cite* h. Plea To Delay \- Ministers' Wives Council Holds Meet About Florida Ministers Wives

I ,,.. ..z'",- -.. ----- Resume MeetingsThe

Hiwkiis Etlry To U. Of florida WILLISTON

Holy Communion will be ad-, home of Miss Polly Brooks.

i ministered on Sunday evening in 1404 Tyler Street was the setting
Tallahassee'The Assistant Atty. General Ralph:. Odum cited with the Rev. J, H.Phillips min- Wives' Alliance first meeting
I the*anti-integration demonstrations at Clinton, Tenn. and Mansfield, ister, and other officers in charge. since vacation time.
TeXas.as indications of what could happen in this state if Virgil D. Other services will be held in Mrs. Guesie Torrence led the
Hawkins is admitted to the University of Florida law school. the usual order.Attending discussion from the subject *"Our

He referred .to the Tennessee Vacation Period."
and'Texas happenings in askingthe the National Baptist The officers for the 1956-57 year
State Supreme Court to delay Rev. R. JacksonTo :.v Convention in Denver, CoL this are Mrs. M. D. King president;

admitting-Virgil D. Hawkins of s gr week Is Mrs. L A. Williams. Mrs. Mrs. A. M. Redfield, first vice

Daytona Beach, to the all-white Preach Sway Williams is president of the Wo- president; Mrs. M, E. Welcome,
university until there is change in men Home Mission and Educa- recording secretary; Mrs. Estelle
;- sentiment in Florida and until tional District Convention, Auxiliary Jones financial secretary; Mrs.
certain administrative procedures A! Second Baptist to the Jerusalem Mission Celia Bannerman, corresponding

could be worked out. R.# Baptist Association.The secretary; Mrs. E. Jones assistant

Horace Hill, attorney for Haw- The Rev. Richard Jackson pastor : A W 1A Ys 'k S,i Ay. x P recording secretary; Mrs. M. E.
kins, reminded the court that of* the 'St. John Baptist :6,, x yYG Rev. R. Sams and Mrs. L. Jledsoe, treasurer-reporter Mrs.

Hawkins had been trying for Church Orange Park will deliver ; A. Williams attended the Pall- W. E. A. Harris, chaplain; Mrs.
bearers Union in Gulf Hammock Callie Gibbs assistant chaplain;
seven years to get admitted and the anniversary sermon on Sun-
that senlity may set in before he day, Sept. 16, at 3 p. m. when districts last week. Mrs. Ora Epps, critic; Mrs. A. J.

gets into. the University of Flor- 10 and. 15 of the Second -nullarrl______ Baptist Church observes its anniversary After spending a pleasant stay Gussie Torrence, organist; Mrs.
ida.Hill in Hendersonville, N. C. with Mildred Bannerman and Mrs.
said the U. S. Supreme ,
relatives and friends Mrs. Hattie Beatrice Roberts assistant
Mrs. Lenora organ-
Court last March had directed Program chairmen
N Drummer and .
that Hawkins be admitted without Harris and C H. Shootes have ar .u Cynthia Ramsey ists.After
further delay on the same ranged a brief program with the have returned to the city.

basis as other eligible students. Rev. E. H. Howell the Rev. G. W.
Mr. and Mrs. James Walker
and Service Event
Miller Alexander Heard Mrs. Ida
Odum said the Supreme Court : children Annette
already had ruled that Hawkins Jackson, Mrs. Claudett Fields Mrs. Bertha Thompkins Set At First CorinthWhen
Miss! Marva Lee Hilton Mrs. Lenora .... r r gti z +r Manning and daughter -
could be admission
not denied
# A visited relatives and friendsin
because of color; but that there Hams Harry Simmons Mrs. .*. Jacksonville
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were several other matters on Iklargie- Ferrell, Richard Jackson __ recently. an after-service programis

which he could'be judged. Allie Nellie Faye Byrd Roundtree participating.and Mrs. r' tr;. .. Willie and Freeman Jeffersonof Corinth given on Baptist Sunday Church in the Duval First

Odum also said, in answer to a Albert Collier and Silas McKin- Miami spent the Labor Day and Madison Streets the Cave
question by Justice B. K. Robertsthe week-end here.
Gospel Singers will be heard.
ney are leaders of districts 10 and
state.court had a right to say 15 respectively. CHURCH LEADERS-Members of the M1nis1ers' Wins Council are pictured here as they conducted Mrs. Doretha Ross is sponsor of
on what date Hawkins could be AU members are asked to assemble -I a recent business session. From left are: M_ rs. Carrie McCalL Mrs. Rosa Hillman. Mrs. E. R.: Simpsonand GAINESVILLEA the program in behalf of usher
'admitted and could fix an equitable in the basement of the Mrs. M. J. Johnson. song contest 'featuring Mrs. board 1 of the church.
delay on the basis of known i -- -- ---
church at 2:30 p. m. ** Hattie Smith and Prof. T. B. Mc- Other services for the day will
conditions. Pherson is scheduled for Mondayat be held in the usual order.
The state court gave no hint Second Baptist GroupTo r CROWNED QUEEN Jax Churchwomen HeadWomen's 8 p. m. in the Emanuel Baptist The Rev. W. L. Jones is minis-

when it would rule on Hawkins Silver Church. ter of the church.
Tea Set
petition for a writ which would Present Recital l Day ProgramMrs. The Rev. R. J. Gainous wi

direct the State Board of'Control By DeaconessesOf preach on Tuesday at 8 p. m. llMusical
to admit him. Heis seeking' to be On Sunday evening the Second Sallie Felton will presideas the Shady Grove Church. RecitalTo
admitted at the start of the fall First New Zion Baptist Quartet featuring Miss general chairman. with Mrs. The Interdenominational Choirs

term opening this month. Allie Faye Roundtree will bej>resented Bernice Lucas as co-chairman on Union will observe its 7th anni-
On Sunday the deaconess boardof in an after service recitalin Sunday in the Mt Moriah AME versary Sept. 12 through Sept. 16 Be Presented

the First New Zion Baptist the St Stephens AME Church Church when Women's Day is ob A program has been planned.
lime Class Of '50 Church are scheduled to presenta for the benefit of the Women's served. By Youth Group

silver tea from 4 to 6 p. m. In Day Drive. Other officers of the day will be PERRYOn

Win Meet SundayThe the church.A Members of the group are Mar- ?y a sx; Mrs. Odessa Lane, program com Sunday, Youth Day will be A musical recital featuring Le-

program with musical and cellus Sturgiss Albert Henderson mittee chairman; Mrs. Delores observed in the Stewart Memorial roy Washington is set for Sunday
literary numbers will be presented Alonzo Grant and Charles Max- Jackson and Mrs. Gertrude Morse AME Church.P. W. Fall assistan
June Class of 'so'will hold Ill at 8 p. m. in the St Paul AME
its regular meeting at the Coun- at this time.Midway welL All are members of the jun- tulllil co-chairmen; Mrs. Marie Ousley principal of Jackson High School Church sponsored by the. YoungPeople's
ior finance committee chairman and will be in charge. .
choir of the Second
Baptist
Department of the
try Club Sunday, "September 9,
I Mrs. Arusha and Mrs.
Mingo
Church under the direction of
1956 at $ oo church.
P.
: M. All membersare
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asked to please attend. and AME Slates Mrs. Lillian R. King. Janie Johnson co-chairmen; Mrs. Mrs.Inez Ashe left recently for i The occasion a' "Back to
I Madlyn Haynes, secretary; Mrs. a two months visit with her sis-
be on time. The Rev. T. W. Bullard is minister School" program.
Trustee Day SundayTrustee of the church. Lena Maddox chairman of the ter who is ilL I Miss Jeanette Jennings. Miss
decoration committee Mrs Doro-
; :
Agatha Roberts, Miss Jeanette
bay is slated for Sun- thy Peterson, Mrs. Bessie Brown GREEN COVE SPRINGS

Stop pain of piles day in the Midway AME Church. Mt. Olive Primitive .. co-chairmen: ; Mrs. Jessie Myers Mrs. Louise Thomas will sponsor Miss Jennings Jeanette Miss Jennings Agatha Miss Roberts Roberta
.School will the chairman of the tag committee
Sunday begin
; a talent contest on Sunday at I Bacon and others are to appear
'r; f today at m day's activities at 9:30: a. m. Choir To Sponsor Mrs. Wilhelmenia Dunbar, Mrs. 8 p. m. in the Church of God in in addition to this young art
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The Rev. L. B. Washington,pastor I ... -v.,,,.. __ Mary Riggins and Mrs. Bertha Christ ist
-or money back! of the church will preach at Here I Mrs.Lurie Tyler, a faithful Rhay nn. co-chairmen: ; public re-
Singing Group member of the Church of Christ Mr. Washington is a student at
,+ In doctor's tests, amailntf new 10:45 ,a. m. and 6:30 p'p: m. The I, lations chairmen Mrs. Carolyn MADISONThe Florida A & M Miss
University
written in Heaven of which Bishop ;
Stainless Fun Instantly relieved trustee fund will be taken at both Cawswell and Mrs. Lillie Jones;
s' piles' tortorel Gave Internal and Choir 2 of the Mt. Olive Primitive i J. C. Blakelr is pastor. was first fall fashion revue will King EWC; Miss Jennings and
: external relief 16 medically-proved major services. host Sunday School superintendent -
Ingredient mr-hidlng Trtolvte, re Baptist Church is presentingthe ,recently crowned Queen at the Mrs. Allene Reed; Mrs. Al- be.. given-- .on. Monday- at 8 p. m.. -mMiss Miss Roberts New Stanton and
o- lieve pain itching snstonttjrReduce Frazier Sisters in a recital on Sunday School Convention. held the Aiacuson County at James Weldon
berta Reid pastor for the day and gJohnson.
.cweUlng.walk in comfort Promote healing.Only stainless You sit. PATRONIZE Sept. 24 at 8 p. m. in the church. in Fie Myers. Mrs. Tyler has ex- Mrs. Delores Jackson Mrs. C. C. School. The members of the Progressive .

pile remedy. Stainless Pazo Sup- Florida Star Mrs. E. F. Alback Mrs. V. F. pressed her appreciation to the Carswell, Mrs. Hattie Mayberryand Beauticians Club wil
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positortes Ointment at
druggists.Ormtmfmt James and Mrs. G. F. Holmes friends who her sponsor this eventORANGE
rr.J..aek .I Qr... L.a.rstwwy ,... many supported Mrs. G. G. Morse, music
rwd 5. Wt.riu. AdvertisersCHAMPION'S compose the group. They are natives in the contest chairmen.

of Jacksonville and received She is now visiting her daugh- Captains are Mrs. Alberta Reid, PARK ,
their education in the local ter.ln-law and granddaughter in Mrs. Lena Maddox, Mrs.Margaret The Rev. S. Smith Mr.and Mrs.
schools and .received their B. S. Alexandria.. La. Friends wish her Adams Mrs. Marie Williams Mrs. W. H. Williams and Mack Jelks
degree from Florida A and M a pleasant stay.GREYHOUND. Rena Washington Mrs. MargaretRice were visitors in the services on Gillette

MEN'S AND ,BOY'S WEAR University and' BethuneCookman. Mrs. Emmaree Sanders Mrs. Sunday in the St John's Baptist
Mrs. Alb ck received the MTCutliff Church. BLUE B&A9II
Lillie Mrs. Mercedes
Factory Outlet master'sdegree from Columbia BUS CO. Grayer and Mrs. Geneva Palmer. IN AHOY DISPENSE
University New-York.
Mrs Alback and Mrs. James EMPLOYS NEGROESNEW ased.Nde
"SPECIAL" -- VALUES TO $7.95 Formulating plans for the an- PATRONIZE
serve as pianist and director of
DRESS PANTS ...... nual observance of Women's Day
..'" ......... $2.88 choirs 1 and 2 of the church. '
YORK-The GreyhoundBus in the Grant Memorial AME Florida StarAdvertisers

SPORT SHIRTS ............... ........... ... ... $1.22 Company Eastern Division Church scheduled for Oct 28 is 98* 49*
hired four colored bus drivers last a group of more than 150 captains.Mrs. .
KHAK. BLACK Rev. J. H. Harris week. Esther Denson has been .

IVY LE-A'GUE PANTS .. .. $3.98 The men are 'driving routes selected to serve as general chair-
Will! Preach At throughout the Northeastern man.
RITZ
FINE DRESS SOX United States. They are Clarence THEATRE
4 pair for $1.00
Pugh. 31; Philip Delain. 35; Jo-

Antioch Baptist seph Smiley, 34, and Calvin Mc- Johnson Singers HIRST. RUN -
125 West Bay ,Street -.Phone EL 4-1118 Neil, 26. Thursday Friday Saturday SepL 6 -7- 8
All are from New York and had Set "MA & PA
I, The Rev. J. H. Harris pastor of previously driven buses or heavy Anniversary KETTLE IN THE OZAHKS"
the Ebenezer Baptist Church will -

SELECT VIRGINIA ., NEW ORLEANS for fryli-g substitute in the pulpit at the trucks. Observance Here "JESSE JAMES DALTONS"

OYSTERS .. ...... ............... pL .98c Antioch Baptist Church thruout .1
From Virginia for Stewing Sunday in the absence of the pas Starts Sunday

STANDARD OYSTERS .. ... .. ......pt.91c tor, eth Rev J. J. Jones who is CARD OF THANKS.. I The first anniversary celebra- 'INVASION FIRST RUN -
t Produced in focal waters attending the National Baptist The family of,the late Elder tion of the Johnson Four Gospel OF THE BODY SNATCHERS""INDESTRUCTIBLE

: LARGE MULLET .. .. ............ .. lb. 29c Convention in Richmond Va. H. C. Dunsom wish to express Singers will be observed on Octo-
t THIS WEEK'S RED HOT SPECIAL Choir 2 and usher board 2'will their deepest appreciation to ber 8 in the Abyssinia Baptist MAN"

BUTTER serve throughout the day. all of their friends for the condolences Church with a program. .
FRIED PAN TROUT lb. 23c On Monday at 5:30: p. RL r choir I telegrams card and Mrs. Emma Bush Johnson and
Heedless eel drawn, practically no,waste. Some say superior to speck. 3 will meet,for rehearsal.Homecoming I flowers also for the hospitalityof Miss Evelyn Johnson will be in
14 trout Im ft...,. charge of the program. GREENLAND PARK
the neighbors who
prepared
VA. RED FIN CROAKERS .... .............Ib. 25c dinner for them after the funeral The Rev. S. L. Badger pastorof

NORFOLK SPOTS. ...................lb. '29c Event sponsored by Mrs. Re- the Emanuel Baptist Church is HOME SITESEXCLUSIVELY
Ckkke of the seaSPECKLED scheduled to deliver the anniver-
mixer .
Thomas. Mrs. Alma .Gal .
TROUT... .... Ib. 49c and Mrs. Irma
.. To, Be Observed By loway. Mrs. Fannie Fredricksand sary sermon Lynch COLORED
MEDIUM S H RIM P .........:........:..:......lb.49c others. will serve as mistress of cere- 11)J.i miles South ef Jehe S,ri.elete-'s piece ..t Phillips HieVey"

4 SUPER t.lit...JUMBO FLOUNDER ..........-..'...........Ib. 49c Primitive BaptistsMrs Bishop Randall was the of- i monies.In addition. to the singers CecilB. er.news Reete!Route 1. 1 Turn, eery right V at Mile cur Seth alga.Gntmlmmt.f where the Perk' Expressway sad feilew{etas the

average ficiating pastor. Carter's Funeral te eU Bey Sce-t clheese swtamiaf bleu M.....
RED SNAPPER .. ..... ...........:..Ib. 49c :A.M.Frazier superintendent Home had charge of the Fisher and Sammie L Davis ftowiMf well ...* ebb fceme with 2Vi ceres land else. fer. tele.

SALT .MACKEREL FILLETS .. .......... .Ib. 49c of the Sunday School of theM funeral services. May God will direct a choir of 100 voices 70 LARGE LOTS .
and Mrs. Elsie
Wilson the Celes-
KING MACKEREL STEAKS .. ................Ib. 49c Olive Primitive Baptist bless everyone that rendered tial Singers, the Heavenly Fire High sad dry, heavily. weeeW .... 60 x 381 feet .ere'eriee. creek
One of the' tastiest says local feed editor Church has announced the observance service. large eeks, mess ceverce1. Only law cenetv taxes, Ht ef city limits.
Gospel Singers; the Female Electricity, school! free., phew, c..rc.....
FANCY FLORIDA LOBSTERS .. .. lb.. 49c of Homecoming on Sun Signed: Mrs. O. B. Dusom. Chorus of Zion Hope and other
AND REMEMBER FRIENDS, WE WRAP OUR day beginning at 9:30 a. m. wife. Daughters; Mrs. Alice :TERMS:
will
FUTURE IN EVERY PACKAGE A program will be presented at Williams..'Mrs.. Effie Samuels. groups participate. $6.00 dower sad $2.00 per week er $ .00 per ...t". 10% 4U-
THE SEAFOOD CENTER this time with visiting friends Mrs. Odie B. Tutt Mrs. Mary PATRONIZE CHat fur cesk. Owner .* premises ell day Savdcy er eke.. fer .
from other Sunday School depart- Rogers and Mrs. Lucille Mc .".; ..eats te see Jecksenville's restert selliej celererf secMe

Myrtle Avenue and Adam Phone EL 41468 ments participating. Queen. Florida StarAdvertisers Phones EV 8-9414 RA
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Letters will be sent to 27 prin-

cipals of Duval County Schools *

fi. requiring them to improve on! via
'f; their bookkeeping methods in:

!" .. connection,with collection of fees' : Wedeua-
k' and a committee will also be /

,formed to study fees collected at
different schools *

The object Is to find out why!

the assessments are made and 1
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which ones should be permitted.W. .i

Edwin Cagle said he has

received many complaints from
ifif
:', parentrthat fees are collected for A Up ar the Pepsi Cap u
different activities throughout the these outstanding yeens
Americans wh make oat
year and subsequent investigation t eaontry and ear community
revealed the activities were nonexistent a better place la which te live.

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One letter pointed out an as- ;, $i,@. "..ok, ''.( k 'R ;' i.ar *
.yp rr op 'h,5' r ,'c ', ;gx *
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sessment of $2 pupil was vC 'g%' yA: ''ai !!; F L n i: Ak f .' a,' 'Y":1d. i'w, '!>'fir. ". yc X Y v.
per ?$ N .;av c, 'N :x' t'yYl & 'fia Y: "''r; .? :-aR-.; _
made for the purpose of buyinga *

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gift for the principaL ---- -- -- -- -- nn' n'm. w ; r -'''
Trustees were unanimous in the LADIES CLUB IN SESSION-Members of the Camellia Ladies Club are shown here Georgia M. Bryant Mrs. Alice M. Hudson and Mrs. Mattie Lasenby. *

opinion that many worthwhile as they met for their regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Ethel Walker 1702 Tyler In the photo at ih. right are seen from left to right. Mrs. Pearl Jefferson Mrs. *

-.. projects and activities. require Ii. Street. In the photo at the.left are: Mrs. Gusste Rueker.. Mrs.. Mary L. Wright.' .Mrs. Mary Salves, Mrs. Louis Graham. Mrs. Ethel Walker and Mrs. Elisabeth Debose. *
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nutdai support ox parents. .
The committee- be formed echools' principals' associations, i ary schools. *
I.' from representatives of each of I I both white and colored super-I| Dr. Cyrus Anderson was appointed SCHOOL ImGR'ATIOHAROUiID CoVees And Faculties *

the elementary and secondary visors of elementary and second- I temporary chairman.

r S THE COUNTRY 1 *

EDWARD WATERSThe 1 *

POOLESVILLE.. Md.-Accord- in attendance. following additions to the r< t -

Feed babyCARNATION lag to Robert Crawford principal Police reported to National faculty at Edward Waters Collegefor *

1.L1 your of thePoolesville Consolidated Guard headquarters that a crowdof the 1956-57 term has been announced +
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School only about half the normal 250 were being exhorted to by Dean James Espy. SHEILA COLJJ.NS ifif

enrollment of 600 pupils has march on Clinton. The purpose to Mattie Keyes instructor in physical New Stanton School SeniorHigh

S 1 shoWn up for classes. get the colored people who were education is a graduate of Pepsi-Cola dealers salute '
{ arrested the of Florida A and M University.Sara this week music students.
: About 40 persons picketed a- in wounding a Miss Collins is a memberof if

gainst integration at the openingbut white man during rioting. Stewart instructor in homeroom the Glee class dub., organ 12B- *

'. there-was no violence.For Colored students, for the first Speech and.Language Arts, was class and student council.In .
is asst. sec
the first time some 14 colored time since school opened walkedto former head of the Language Arts re urCf.h the Sunday *
their home when classes ended. Department at Booker T. Washington School and secretary of
"America's boys and girls are enrolled in the YPD Missionary So- if
1 the seventh: eighth and ninth Pickets were gone by the time High in Miami. She holds ciety.

grades. school was dismissed.The the Master of Arts degree from *

-: .......... .'< A group of about 40, probably New York University; B. A, Degree ** .* *
from FAMU and is nativeof
Parents appeared at the school officers have arrested two a
and tried to persuade the white colored men and 15 white menand Miami. *

"healthy baby"H. milk! children to boycott classes. The charged them with felonious Harold V. Richardson, head of *

; children trooped into the school assault and breach of the peace. the Department of Physical Edu- *
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with the colored ones. The two colored men were cation will assist coaching the

;.,,; driving through Oliver Springs varsity athletics.. He holds the *

MANSFIELD,Texas-Efforts to when their car was stopped by Masters degree from Notre Dame *
enroll colored students in the about 250 rioters, several of whom University and the B. S, degree r :

Mansfield high school have been threw stones at the automobile.The from A and_T College. ;

abandonled according to an attor- pair leaped from the car and Helena Fireall, instructor in :

ney for "the NAACP. L. .CliffordDaviL' produced a shotgun and pistol Science and a native of White .
and then fired once each.' One Plains, N. Y. She holds the Mas- ,
&
The attorney said it had been person of the mob was hit bya ters Degrees from New York Uni- '
1 '
>.i_ decided not to enroll students shotgun pellet in the arm. versity and the Bachelor of ;, .'S

.' _, while the mob is standing to do An injunction barring anyonein Science from Livingston College.W. Cut.umtsua, ,. "

violence. He said there wall perhaps Anderson County (Clinton) and H. Edwards, instructor in New Stanton BBUltt Senior

be some further legal pro- whoever may come into the Mathematics, holds the Masters High School

.. ceedings in "an effort to ease the county from interfering with the degree from New York University Smith senior 4s class a member and (lee of club.the

situation and make it safe for the peaceful integration of the school ;; A. B. degree from Talladega In as the student glee club conductor he 'serves of

enrollment of the students. Thereare was read from the school steps College and has done additional the group. He is also

.; 12 students out of an enrollment this week by U. S. Marshal Frank work at Massachusetts Institute and keenly serves Interested as organist In music in

'of 275. Quarles. of Technology. his church and as manager -
; ; of the Celestial Sing
I "'> : The Rev. C. W. Clark, a young Fredrico Dixon, Jr., will serveas en.
-w; *
i S Episcopal priest who sought to instructor in Science. He is a

shame the mob at the high school Goverior Meets graduate of Howard University.and * *

; :. --: was rescued by a Texan Ranger holds the Master's degree
when the crowd became loud and from New York University. *

unruly.R. With Advisors Leonard Q. Collier, instructorin *
e k L. Huffman school superintendent Business, holds the Master of
*
Yc .: +.t a: ; said any who sought to Science degree from Columbia
enter would be" transferred im- On Segregation University in Business Education; *

J mediately to other school districts. and B. S. degree from A and T *

Jt The plan was advocated by Governor College, Greensboro, N. C.
t Allan Shivers at the same TALLAHASSEE The first: !M k. *

time he sent Rangers to the meeting of Gov..Collins Advisory *
..... school. Committee on Race Relations was FLORIDA NORMALSt.
i\ .
: No colored students have appeared held here Thursday.The yn *
f- Augustine After servingas
: to register of the three three man group was set \
ff :: ,,: any registrar and directo of stu- t
up to advise the governor regard *
days.
f dent personnel at Florida Normal
Elsewhere in Texas up to 100 ing the state's new laws to pre-
College for the 1955-56 term, *
.r J school districts 'opened their vent segregation. Mt
;;AtVcaaelMe/rfe, WuAtoffto*.0.C.a FlntPrtz MOwier.'the Ctnttloafontown HeaJlJt,Baby Co/*** George O. Phillips will discontinue -
Members President Doak S. ROSEXTNN HARRIS *
schools for the fell term as integrated are his relationship with the
without Campbell of Florida State Uni- Senior
institutions
THE MOST NOURISHING form of their babies a Carnation formulae trouble: There are 1857 school versity; Business Manager J. R. E. college to join Bennett College Niw'-School *

,._ Inc for your baby's bottle...the say: "My doctor recommended R:" districts in Texas, many with sew Lee l ,, Jr. of Florida A and M Uni- faculty in Greensboro, N. C. Misj Harris is a senior *
and his family and member of the
Mr. Phillips
-iGIe.t and most digestible too... So you see:.-in all the world there's eral schools., versity and retired Circuit JudgeL. last class. She serves as pianistfor organ *

.; :mat's'Comatloa. the -'healthy.baby" 'no finer health-building! fonnular for United States Supreme Court L Fabisinski of Pensacola, came tember.to and Florida are Normal natives of Sep-the and the as Stanto organist Must for Cho the *

milk doctor knows than made Justice Hugo Black turned downa chairman. young people's department
every your precious baby one British West Indies. in her church She
'E1ht out of 10 mothers who feed with Carnation. petition from the school board r has chosen. music as hercareer. *
for a year's delay in integration. i.

A Mansfield drive in manager, BETHUNECOOKMANDaytona
Foy Curry, read to reporters a GoigressMiiOpeis * *
Beach Dr. Clifford
BEST BRAND FOR YOUR statement he said was signed by Bryan and Miss Barbara- J. Cobb "
the 12 colored students eligible to Offices
will join the faculty at Bethune- Coa9reteletieas from Peps
'. enter the school and their: parents Cookman College.for the 1956-57 Cola to these. three Merit

COOKING AND COFFEE, TOO! tion stating of the attending students Mansfield had no inten-High II Jax, Sept. 4 term as announced by Dr. RichardV. Award wI..nl

Moore, president U.,.. te Pepsi Merit Award
School this year. Dn Bryan' a former professorof ....,.tie.. oa Pe.ti CeU
-" I Congressman Charles E; Ben. at Howard Universitywill TEEN TIME. WRHC 1400
biology
In'Alvara 12 miles south of nell announced last Wednesday e* goer diet Setiirdeyt 10 .
BCTER-BLENDING Carnation school students hearing join the science departmentas 11 AJA.ftatraoa .
here, khite the opening ot his district -
gives you rich flavor and smooth a report that 15 colored stud- office on September 4. professor of genetics and zoo- *
results every time...in every ents would seek admission to the 1356. logy. He received the B. S. degreein
1 recipe that cans for milklCREAUYfciCH 1'.b zoology from Howard Univer- *
white school said they would The office is now located in
sity; the M. S. and Ph.D. degreein
form picket ,lines. No, colored Room 41$. Jacksonville'Federal the *
biology and zoology from.
students appeared and an effigyof Building and office hours will University[ of Wisconsin.Miss '"
.e a colored student one of six be from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. the B. M.
Cobb received
Carnation Ncream_" hung here-r-was cut down from on week days and from 9:00 A. Wesleyan *
and M. M. Ed. from Illinois -
coffee!fruits and the school flag pole and the M. to 12:00 P. M. on Saturdays. [ University with honors and *

ATE cereals to American flag run up. Later during his stay in the instructor of piano
will serve as
'perfection.Carnation. district. he will hold office
i and voice in the music department -
IL. i is the Parents of five colored elemen- hours in all other Post Offices

Ear : rich mBk that whips tary school children unsuccessfully In the Second: Congressional

,,J4 I LK % tootGetaeveri! l sought to enter them in all District at times to be an a.

mom Coateofed cows" cans today IWORLD'S white schools here in Fort Worth. aounced,1aJer.Assisting Gjnp< >> Part Co"Deolen
Lfgi
.. Congressman Bennett ofJeckeeaville
t. CLINTON,Tenn.-Clinton High! in his office win be Mrs. crag -
LEADING BRAND OP EVAPORATED_ MILE tr
School reopened its doors in mili- Audrey W. Stringfellow Miss / r
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., SS StsriiiSSii
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tia enforced peace this week with Arden Milain and Miss Muriel 8f i ,
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Millions .prefer it to any other brand! '. only a third of its white students Pickles. pwrevrar y tr>ss=UWI :.:1'4...,.tei drngasaafewale iura 5 .

and ,nine of its 12 colored pupils_ aow tiM yes tapto. .
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v of a business trip to Miami last week MOVES1 UPet
r .O&Jtadf I AD MAN
s BetHuHeCookmcmBRYAN end. They were accompanied by j I _
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; ttJt; (fatterT ti Mr. James Roberts.
sp 1
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k The Lawscns'had as their guest 'S
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: .. last week Captain and Mrs. Hor- I
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ace Lee. They enjoyed a delightful -

M4 Oc visit at the Lawsons beach;
3 j :home on American Beach. The
Fiance 2. ;. '
visitors have left for Texas where

t' .': : -'- y we ,R o- x Z'yr 'I' the Captain is stationed. ]

Tallahssseci Fla, -This ; falls on a Sat

;e welcomes the appointment to believe that ._ _- '. z I The many friends of Miss Sophie :

R. E?,Leei Jri business; nd time in the his- X ;;- I Mae Green are glad to see

of FAMU by.Gov. LeRoy that such has 'I her home again after spen,m. :1I

' to the three man : Phenix City High NEW TEACHERS Dr. Clifford V q the summer at Crescent Beach. : I

' mittee which into advise, be the opening R. Bryan. left and Miss Bar- t ::

his responsibilities : bara J. Cobb right shown here -' Dr. J. A. Long arrived in Pa e

state's new segregation are two of the nine new teachers latka last Saturday from New

'corner" feels as many I native of :who have joined the Bethune- York City where he spent a :
. r r t'r r. month's vacation. He resumed his
throughout the state of of Africa, fresh Cookman College faculty in September .

,' that,better choice from College Ames, I Dr. Richard V. Moore practice on Tuesday.Mr. .

, gro citizens could not be : I is majoring in College President announced. M. A. Lockhart has recently

Yours truly has known a few days .I Dr. Bryan, a former professor and Mrs: Frank Johnson been appointed Sales Manager of

: Jr. for:many years. He I the house guest of of biology at Howard University ; have as their house guest Mrs Interstate United Newspapers

, been one-to form his Marquess. Miss Washington, D. C. will join the Lucille Wilson of New York City. Inc. New York City P'abliskers'

: careful deliberation. It is : I i I : Cornell Uni I'I science department as professor of She is the mother of Mrs. Johnson Representatives for C3 Nero

practice to jump to : and also par genetics and zoology. He receive and daughter of Mrs. Mary S.iu- newspapers and: twenty radio s! -

quickly and he has ;; national conven I I the B. S. degree in zoology from 4G 4 man. lions.

k tened to the other man's I ; Coast students in Howard University Washington Mr. Lockhart received Hi college
fore rendering a D. C. the M..S. and Ph.D. Degrees '.. -
I Both Miss Inkum- ; Rev. Ben Benjamin has recently training at Fisk Uniye* i7.
oft in you Mr. tee* 'Jr, t i I Marquess will re in biology and zoology from the taken over the Amoco Server Nashville. Tennessee; Universityof
, in accepting this of Wisconsin. Dr ., .. .
courage State College next University w ?tin Station on the corner of Madison Southern California. Las Ang

s ment. Bryan has had wide teaching experiences and llth Sts. There you will fin les. California and the Amsric n

and he ,brings to the .. the best of service from bumperto University. Washin :on, D. C.

Tom Greenlee :Alabama College a rich background. c bumper. Mr. Lockhart fees that the ?!?.
"? Boys of ,
Miss Barabara Cobb was horn is sail: '.. .
Jacksonville but now Quintet of Au- gro newspaper I e m):t
r with his famll? in the CC invade'lhese in Quincy, Illinois She received important medium tj reach im-

voting maaf hears a day sept '24. parts This the B. M. and M: M. Ed. Degrees "MELLOWDEARS" WN press and sell the N>jro consumer -
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moting the Air Force one of the, biggest] from Illinois Wesleyan UniversityWith yx tiyA TALENT CONTEST AT and he urges t +at t"e line
' Tom eats APR, drinks honors. She will serve as in- ROOSEVELT be tightened between the national
to have
! sleeps AFRr And you can I the singers capital city in structor of piano and voice in the .....,..-...-. un .__ and local offices in order to give

'. you me, the results are all Lincoln High music department.* TALENTED CO-ED Curracious Kha Phrances Dennard of I '"The Mellowdears," outstanding: better service to the accounts and

St. Petersburg Florida plans to continue her education this fall al.. local female quartet capture agencies. '
will be the
Misses Benny- Mae and Florida A and M University where she will be a senior. Possessor ofa II first prize" honors in the weekly

: Roberts of'817 W. DoVer' GAINESVILLEGainesville beautiful soprano voice. Miss Dennard has appeared on numerous. Roosevelt Talent Contest last Friday Learn Commercial Art

< Gently returned to the cit ,. occasions as a soloist with the University Concert Choir and other night.-They are the 7th wee:.- Start Anytime

r having spent the r summer Stewart and Mrs. Mrs. F. D. Shan- musical groups. (A and M staff photo by Horace'''Jones. Jr.) ly winners and gained entrance G. I. APPRovED

3'. tona Beach. They report recently return- non is sponsoring the Latimore into the semi-finals in October AMERICAN

had a swellegant time. pleasant trip Singers of Jacksonville in a musical Entry' blanks are available for
they visited rel recital on Sept. 23 at 8:45 p. m. Putnam County News all local singers, dancers and instrumentalists SCHOOL OF ART

Roy Rolle. his torrid in the Shady Grove Primitive at the Roosevelt Moved To New Locetic.a

and his band invaded Baptist Church. BY E. J. VREErl box office or from Contest Direc-I 106 EAST 24 BAY Floor STREET

Ga.. Labor Day ,nit*".. and of Mrs. Mer Also scheduled to appear in 803 Madison Street. Palatka. Florida tor Ken Knight..

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I ain't jivfe eil ar; One after having spent Baker The public is invited A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

be not too far nil;w* will the FAMU hospi- '"Register now and vole November 6."

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September" I, 1946 THE fLOUDA STAR
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I.I.Sugar. Ray And Jim Norris ave: Kissed: And Made Up ,", ,,:m.= I






Ray Boiiisu; OC"Presiieii Settle Preparing For Grid Action I IW"illie Aggies Will Heel Milwaukee Signs Jax Youth B



Ditfr ces; rip Set Fir Octobers n Ceilral Stale By C. Parham Johnson (Chip) Reed, recreation supervisor -

William (Bill) Lucas son of Mr. told his parents the boy was _

and Mrs. Eugene Lucas of 1251 going to make good.

NEW-YORK Sugar Ray Robinson and Jim Norris For First Steele Court has
presidentof Game signed a contract On entering Stanton he was too

the International Boxing Club have buried the hatchet and Robinson with the Milwaukee Bravesof I young to play baseball his first

indicated that he would defend his middleweight title for Norrisin Y the National League. I and second years since he was
T
.
< b.a GREENSBORO, N. C. The I
October. The
signing of the contract wasa
only 13 when he entered and a
Robinson is slatedto W +s lid will be lifted on the 1956 football dream His
tentatively Aierc T t come true. father wasa boy had to be at least 15. In his

fight Gene Fullmer of "West season when the A&T College very good player during his senior year he was co-captain of

Jordan Utah, in his next title de? Maille Is Milling Aggies take on Central State playing days and was consideredone the team and they won the cham-

fense. Robinson previously stated College of Wilberforce, Ohio, here of the best in the business pionship.On .

,that he would fight Fullmer in At life's Record Saturday night, September 15. but did not have an opportunityto the recommendation of

Calfomia.The The intersectional fracas, an in sign a major league contract,
Coach Small of Stanton, he entered -
rift between Norris and and out affair for the past nine but he dreamed that his son
Florida A & M and for three
Robinson came when they were Ever since Babe Ruth hit 60 years, brings together the two would carry on.
years he has played with the FamU
unable, to //agree on television home runs back in 1927 batters teams after a, one-year layoff. In Bill played at the City Recreation -
team. They won the champion-
monies which caused Robinson to have been close to breaking it or rAk the six games played during the playground with the midget
ship each Last he led
,shift his plans to fight under the tying it and now in 1956. the big period, the Aggies hold a hefty and junior league and was alwaysin year. year
the
team in almost all depart-
promotional banner of Cal Eaton gun is Mickey Mantle. victory advantage of 5-1, winning the all-star game. Emmett
ments and served
as
captain.
'in Los Angeles. When an agree The sports writers, players, #- b ,} in 1947, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953 and
During his three years at Fam UBill's
ment was reached, Robinson managers and fans are pulling for 1954. Central ,State won in 1948 were

quickly shifted his plans."I Mantle to do the trick. Even. :Mrs. and they failed to meet in 1949 Jackson To Fight .356 and batting.320.averages .360

had a long and pleasant talk George Herman Ruth, the widowof and 1955.
Lucas was offered a contract .
with Norris before he took off for the Babe is pulling for Mickey. From any angle the meeting Baker For ChanceAt with the Pittsburgh Pirates, but

Chicago," said Joe Glaser, Robin- Mickey started off like it wouldbe shapes up as a slam-bang ,setto. he wanted to continue his school-

son's business manager. "Now I a sure thing but even now his Reports from the Ohio institution Heavy Title ing. This past summer he was in
think safely we will chances to be getting slim
we can say seem indicate that the Wilberforce out- ROTC training at Fort Benning.
fight for Norris sometime in Oc mer and slimmer. fit
will field one of the strongest Ga. On arrival at Fort Benningthe

tober." In 1928 the year after he hit aggregations it has had in recent PITTSBURGH Tommy (Hur- Captain called for all men

Nothing was said about the site the 60, the Babe hit 54. In 1932 years. Gaston 'Country" Lewis, ricane) Jackson will fight Bob who were interested in playing

,however."We don't object to New. Jimmy Foxx: hit 58. In 1930, Hack the Central State coach, who has Baker in Pittsburgh Sept. 26 and baseball. The Captain said he was

York," Glaser said. Wilson hit 56 and in 1938, Hank Ap > the reputation of putting together the winner of this fight will be especially interested in Lucas. He

Fullmer's manager Marv Jen- Greenberg hit 58.These men were winning outfits, is reportedly in in line to fight Archie Moore to played on the team and came

sen, said he would go along with approaching the mark, but the 60 rot I' a p "1 .roZd, ww bra. '.o.uvoar.., y+a3' '1. especially "good shape" for the determine the successor to Rocky I home with his first trophy.His .

whatever deal Robinson makes. homers seemed to remain a fix- current campaign.The Marciano's heavyweight throne. :. brother-in-law, Hank Aaron

Glaser said Robinson was ask- This will be the second chance
ture.Records Aggies, too are not with the Milwaukee Braves star and
,ing a $60,000 guarantee of television upon records have fall- out for the Hurricane. He was elimi-
good potentialities if fresh- sister Barbara wife of Hank gave
money alone. Norris, he en since that memorable day backIn nated by Floyd Patterson in about
man prospects come up to expectations him a trip to Milwaukee.There he
said. ,had agree to 50000. 1927.' but with all the pulling ;. A lot will depend upon to determine the opponent of was seen in action at the Braves
Tm sure we can get together," people have been doing year in Archie Moore. It was during this
training And was asked to
Glaser said.QH. and year out'for a new home run Galimore. the All-American backfield ace of the Florida that.The fight that Patterson brake his camp
game will serve as an ade- work out with the Uam.
king to come forth, all of it has A & M Rattlers has returned to the Rattler team for the 1956 foot hand, and he has been pushed Friday for
Last scout
quate test for both aggregations.Bill night a
been in vain. ball season. The coaches are counting nIT heavily on him to repeal Bell has already stated thatif aside for a while. the Braves called his parents to
has done remarkable The "Hurricane" Jackson-Bob
Mantle a
his past performances that has kept the Rattlers in ihe running for his team comes through'suc- ask their permission for him to
NURTINQ YOU? job not particularly to break Baker fight is being sponsored by "
and told them
contract
National football championships. cessfully in the opener, his boys sign a
Ruth's record but to get in there the Dapper Dan Club of Pittsburgh -
::I might be difficult for the remainder there were great possibilities for
tEil and hit. With only a short time of the season. which hold events for him. With the consent of his par

left to play in the 1956 season.I charity. Bill 1957 contractto
ents. signed a
Mantle is still far away from 60 I The game will be played under Back in 1951, the club spon- with the Corpus Christie
SPORTING IT UPBY play ,
the arcs at Memorial.Stadium beginning sored bout between Ezzard
home runs. a team of the Class B Big State
at 8:00 P. M. sharp.
Charles and Joe Walcott which League.At .

was criticized so widely the club Lucas is in Milwau-
It Looks present
Brigkier! a PARHAM JOHNSON enough to make hi instep look I and promoter apologized. kee and will be there until the

RetefotPAIN ALTHEA GIBSON, the first ,of the top.. picks by the. Colts in and listen and do a little head I Charles was champion and had Braves hit the road.tefiySkkiRash.

For The Battlers Negro to wi ninternational fameas the draft. scratching too.TENNESSEE. ,J Beaten Walcott a couple of times,

a tennis star, was recently CURTIS FLOOD, the sensa- and it wasn't counted as being

named as-one of the six winnersof tional 18-year old outfielder STATE AND much of a fight. The surprising Nul AM CIIIr

TALLAHASSEE -,With sixty- the annual Bethel AME Church, the Cincinnati Redlegs' High SOUTHERN U. will resume war- thing was, Walcott knocked out ..

five gridiron prospects headed by I Newg York' Who's Who award. Point-Thomasville club of the fare ,comes football season. The Charles in the seventh round and

FAIN .* HCAOACHC.:NEU AL. Ail-Americans Willie Galimore' 1956 schedule will renew a riv- !
*M Friday August 31, was designatedas Class B Carolina League is lead- became the next heavyweight
.
MEUMTia fth STAN3ACK T A S '
ala
and Al Frazier reporting for foot- "Althea Gibson alry that was started back in 1945. of the world.
LET$ *r POWDtRSSTANBACK toItrt4i Day, many ing the league with a .353 champion
... e w .*l fnfc.la .0 sTAN ball practice to prepare for the cars took part in the parade that average. In 1945 the Tennessee Tigers beat Strange things happen in the Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic,
Flood is leading the league in
Mie SACK.erwb ll v.r*MIr iMe"Ira'act ..tllriicani.. to Uk pair.... 1956 Rattler schedule, it doesn't passed through Harlem's main runs with 94 and hits with 140 the Jaguer Cats 3 -O, in 1946 the Dapper Dan fights and it is possible promptly relieves itching heal stops and
; and helps
TW 44 e..rfi...,1. N tfww Tigers again took the scalp of the scratching so
MULTiPLC...............Lahr.ware look as dark up on the hill as it thoroughfare in honor of Miss second in total bases with 226; has that Jackson might be able to clear surface rashes. Buy Extra
........ .aw..... essidy eat .....s.. seemed at the beginning. Gibson. 14 doubles is the' leaders cats by a score of 21-20. The Cats use this fight as a springboardinto ,
; among stubbornrjQmo
--we- Head Coach Jake Gaither said STAN MUSIAL of the St. Louis in triples with six: has 20 homers; will open their schedule againstthe the world's heavyweight title. I

Till WIM pt j.qeSss#.+sY the Rattlers probably wouldn't do Cardinals made his 8,000th timeat Tigers of Tennessee.
leads in stolen bases with 20; sec-
=:.::: ; as well In 1956 as they did in bat on Aug. 10, at which time ond in runs batted in with 91. He WHEN THE OLYMPIC CAGE

o .,the ta.kaWATCH ber ,. 1955 when they lost only one he celebrated it by hitting a two- was also picked on the league all- TEAM assembles at Bunker Hill .

game during the regular season. run homer. When the day ended, star squad. Air Force Base in Peru Ind. on _.

The Rattlers lost six regularsby he had been up 8,001 times the Oct. 8 for the first workout All- # __=-r-L _
i DAVE POPE is back with the
graduation and one to the exact number compiled by Lou Americans Bill Russell and K. C.
Clevelwand Indians. The left-
Army. Going to the Army was Gehrig, the great first baseman of Jones will be in the group. Rus-

quarterback Lonnie"Williams. the Yankees a few years ago. handed hitting outfielder was sell and Jones were a part of the (
PfSNEKS
from the Indianapolis S1
THIS CLOWN Florida A & M has won the Musial however, wasp eight aheadof club.purchased Pope was sold to Baltimore team that made.the University of w ;;

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Gehrig in total number of hits. San Francisco Dons national
during the spring and later repurchased -
31-684-19 Conference championship three KID GAVILAN'S recent'vic- champions. .
by Cleveland and sent
27-63-98, years in a row. tory over Jimmy Beechem of hard WILLIAM "BILL" TERRY is
to Indianapolis. The hitting \
Philadelphia before his home stepping down as president of the '
socked 23
outfielder hit .299, wells ATTEST SEL11NGHAIR
town fans in Havana Cuba was South Atlantic League. This Is- .
3 READ home runs 18 doubles, 9 triples,
4 too impressive. In winningthis : $ftTIAJOHTENf
none
regrettable to hear because of the
batted in 72 for the
The "Florida Star" and runs '
8 9 split, decision, he showed "Little Indians" Manager Lopez very fine job the prexy has done ..d -- -

2 7 '- Shopping GuideOn none of the skill and stamina that has said he intends to use him as since taking over that office, but HACXAifttf .-.

-, Page 8ORAJBL once made him the most feared a pinchhitter.BIG every man is in better position to

welterweight in the ring. know why he can or why he can't
502 18 11 E\
SOW AT
LUKE EASTER, the one Alt Otttt
.__ LEN GREEN, who was among than the fellow sitting on the
68-39-43 the first Negroes to be signed by time first baseman of the Cleveland sideline. It is hoped however that wM_., eM .... .....

the Columbus' (Ga.) Foxes of the Indians, but now playing there is another man- connected \

s.tt*... ..'. ySeaetleoes South Atlantic League, has hit with the Buffalo Bisons of the
,!ts's ..... and International League is commonly with baseball who can do a good Ails i0R T 6r HA 1 TODAYI
the old apple hard enough
He .44t., mbtracto job and all we can say is, if who-
known as "fence buster" becauseof
He wrnka It .H ...... regularly enough to push him ever succeeds him can't beat him .
his terrific drives which often .
back into the batting leadershipwith -
tie him and the South Atlantic _
SEPTEMBER 15th a.328 average.. He also leads amount to home 'runs. Luke his League will be safe; _
FOR
in scoring with 80 runs and 72 hit 28 home runs he has a .306 _
and 83 bat- FOOTBALL- FANS IN AND
batting runs
85-92-12 runs batted across. average
AROUND JACKSONVILLE, keepa
DON ZIMMER of the Brooklyn ted in. _
close on Edward Waters
Dodgers appears to be at the end LITTLE PERRY JETER, the eye
W. Gilbert and!
College Matthew
of the trail in his baseball,careerat little speed demon with the Chi ; I
New Stanton High School duringthe
4
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JOHN WAYNE SUSAN HAYWARD 25. The eye injury Zimmer received cago Bears the team that playedthe season of 1956. With Coaches -

STftAKB "THE CONQUEROR" earlier in the season when Chicago Cardinals at the
Varner and his staff at EWC,
OMNT rfCffWCOtOft THRILL DRAMA/ hit by a pitched ball is not responding Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, con-' Thompson and his staff at Gilbert 2plomatic:
tinues to set the for the Bear
to treatment. pace
SUN. THRU SAT.
Pius: "CROSS CHANNEL"SEfTtMIEI 'I and Small and his staff at New \:
EARLINE BROWN America'shope backfield. Almost unheard of before
f -15
'WAYNE MORRIS '' Stanton, Jacksonville is in for Thin/Z
in the Olympic shot putting his spectacular ball carrying'' All ,
mighty fine football.
event, ,has won the acclaim of in Jacksonville Jeter, the smallest some
..
they ask is full support from the NO IKWOR TASTK.
coaches sports scribes, track stars man in a Bear uniform is f'
NO LIQUOR MEATHI
S!If VIEW
ROOT and fans. Miss Brown has been making the football world take fans.GOOD TEAMS DESERVE

tossing the shot only four months, note of what,the mighty mite can 4 i

s... *T.... -S** e."tor *. 11 s.... T.... S ept aM' 9.11"BATTVE but-she has broken the National do among 21 other>huskies of the GOOD BACKING. GOOD:BACK .
lath lit RIM Hits! CRY"PI.u ING DESERVESGOOD TEAMS. kE
AAU record with a toss of 45 feetBy gridiron.
"MOHAWK"PI.s"HIT WM. Effet
THE DECK"sTeeb.kal "SlIPPIN DANGER" the time the Olympics are COACH FRED LONG of Wiley

Terrific_ _. W4. Tars, Sept. 12.13 held, she stands ,agood chance of College is not all smiles these days Itek'Mg Torture
hitting 50 feeL The 21-year old I iii1.
We" Th n. S 12.13 Barbara Stnwyck"EXECUTIVE over the outlook of his schedule
"GUyLON SUITE" mother of Compton College is and his SO-man'squad. With such PROMPTLY RELUVEB

RUN"Fd Pt.s"RULWOGDRUMMOND'S considered a real find. teams !!'
to face Texas Southern
as ,
SECRET POtlCE" A doctor tonaol*-eooth1r>c antl-
Set. SepteMber 14.15 BOB HULL, who was recently Arkansas AM & N, Grambling septic Zemo-promptly relieves the 1721..86LSKAeThe

Jolui Way. Fri. Set. --S ,tM bar. 14-IS released by the Baltimore Colts Alcorn A & M Bishop, Langston, itching burning of Skin Rash n A Since :

"SANK Of IWO J4MACtec A.di Mcrtly has been signed by the Pittsburgh Southern, Jackson State, Texas Eczema. Psoriasis, : TS
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BY JAY'JAYIf

you hart been reading. daily papers for Ihe past few day* I
you must be Inquanda1y similar to us. We hare been seeing College & High School Football Schedule For '56
nothing but news of places we hare never heard'of such as"Clinton;, From Newsom's Used Furniture Dept.
Tennessee and Mansfield Texas. We see where the law of the mob I
where the United States delegation DAY DATE HOME TEAM OPPONENT PLACE
preTails. Then we look and see
to the U. N. is giving Nasser and the mobs in Egypt heck. We'eist Sat. Sept..IS A Jr T College ys. Cenital State Greensboro N. C. TRADE INS

tee where the mobs in Algeria and other far flung corners of,the jt,Sat.,SepL- 15 CrambliDg'n.. Paul Quinn GrambliDg. -

glebe are soundly condemned by our diplomats. To top it all oft I Isome 'Sat. Sept IS Lincoln High Sch. ys. PheDix City Tallahassee. Fla.
of the home states of the diplomats are trouble centers. We' r .
-. Fri. Sept. 21 Fessenden High ,1. Peck High Femandina. Fla.
Just don't understand U.alL t'
Fri. Sept. 21 Lincoln High Sob .ys. Quincy High Quiner Fla. DAMAGEDSHOPWORN
The white press is playing a leading role in "Brainwashing" and
Sat. -22 A It T West State Greensboro N. C.
riled resist these Sept. College n. Virginia
getting the temper of the white folk up so they can
human rights which infringe upon their "states rights." ,We see Sat. Sept. 22 Bethune-Cookman ,1. South Car. State Orange burg, S. C.

where over 100 school districts integrated in Texas but only one SaL Sp 21. Fla..A. It M. ys. N. C. College Durham. N. C.

made the papers. That was the one which did not In Tennessee and Sat. Sept. 22 GramhliDg ys. Alcom A It M Grambling La.
300,000 Negro kids went to integrated schools .
other states
many over Fri.,Sept.?2a.Fessenden. High n. B. T. W. DUDDellan Ocala. Fla.
for the, first time Tuesday. Yet the local papers picked out the
SaL Sept.2' A Jr T College n. Virginia Union Richmond. Va.
trouble spots to show what could happen here. In fact the local
Citizens Council had a meeting to discuss; the Clinton affair. They SaL Sept 29 Bethune.Cookman n. Florida Normal Daytona Beach. Fla.

probably got a first hand report from an agent they sent in to help Wee .Oct. 3 Lincoln High Sch. n.. Palatka High Tallahassee. Fla. One of a KindFURNITURE

Asa Parks and Kasper in their tirades.In Thur. Oct 4 Fessend.n High. n. Green Cove Spgs. Green Cove Spgs.

addition to the civil rights front we are still having our Sat. Oct. 6 Bethune.Cookman n. Morris Brown Daytona Beach. Fla.
"bar-room" front. Another stabbing toot place
local
battles on the SaL Oct. 6 Fla. A. It M. Yl. Fort Valley Tallahassee Fla.
. in a popular lounge Satufday afternoon. We hope that our judges
Sat. Oct. 6 GrambliDg n. Tena. Stale Nashnne Tena.
decide to give out equal punishment for equal crimes and start giving
jail terms"for these cuttings. Too many Negroes are walking around Thur. Oct. 11 Lincoln High Sch. ys. Stanton High Tallahassee Fla.

with cutlery and shooting irons in their pockets. Every tjme a razor Fri. Oct. 12 Fessenden High -.)0' TI. .Bell.riew.Santos Ocala. Fla.

or knife,or gun is caught on a person the minimum should be 90 Sat Oct. 13 A Jr'.T College Yl. Maryland Stale Princess Anne Md.

days or more. Sat Oct. 13 Bethune.Cookman Yl. Benedict Columbia. S. C. Buy On Easy Terms
Ran into Silas Levine the other day. Silas is making a career of
Sat. Oct. 13 Fla. A. It M. n. Morris Brown Atlanta. Ga.
the Army. He hu just returned from a tour of duty in.th. Far East
He win be here for a few more weeks with his family. He and SaL Od. 13 GrambliDg Yl. Wiley College Dallas Texas

brother-la-law Bill Striven have been doing the town up. Wed. Oct. 17 Fessenden High Yl. Williston Vow Williston. Fla. 60 DINING ROOM

We talked about Jerry Nash last, week and it .prodded" Jerry Thur. Oct 18 Lincoln High Sch. Yl. Tuskegee. Ala. Tallahassee, Fla

,/ into action. He took Albert Frailer and Robert Brymer out over the Sat Od. 20. ,A Jr T College zr; n. V Winston-Salem Winston Salem. N. C. CHAIRS Priced From $100
Labor Day week-end. H. spent so,much money he scared the boys I
..Sat. Oel. 20 Bethune.Cookman n. Florida A It M Jacksonyill.. Fla.
Moral-you can't play Jerry cheap. I Every type and style of Dining Room Chair you can think of. These
Ike White the friendly salesman from Consolidated Distributors Mon. Oct. U GrambliDg ,1. Morris Brown Shrneport La. chairs were originally priced as high as $29.50 and are now being
is leaving town for a spelL Ike is going to be in the Orlando area i Thur. Oct. 25 Fessenden High V ys. Dade City OcaIa. Fla. sold from $1.00 to $6.95. Some damaged, some brand new, some

for the.next week or so. He is still promoting the Henneyessee "'WhiteKitty" I Sat. Oct 27 A Jr T College ys. Morgan State Grensboro. N. C. used.
along with his other brands George Redd is still yelling I
Sat. Oct. 27 Fla. A. Jr M. ys. Xavier Tallahassee FIa.
Canadian Ace,'Champ Ale and Ballentine Ale and Beer as loud as 34 TABLE LAMPS
Sat. Oct 27 Grambling- Yl. Jackson GrambliDg. La.
he can. George is well equipped vocally for any type of talking,job. 00
Hugh Gregory the jlistillery.representative of Schenley is in Wed. Oct. 31 Lincoln High Sch. 'vs. Miami ", Miami. Fla. Priced From $1

town. Hugh is in town for the first time and is trying to meet all 1hur. No. 1 Fessenden High n. Inverness Ocala. Fla.

of the people.The boss squired him around town and introduced him Sat. No. 3 A Jr T College 'vs. Florida A Jr M Tallahassee, Fla. Every lamp complete with cord and shade. Some are modern and
to the "right people." Speaking of the Right People he had to visit SaI. Noy. 3 Bethune.Cookman FIa. some are period. In this group are lamps that are sold from $3.95to
ys. Grumbling Tampa.
"T. G." Miller on 45th Street at the 45th Street Package Store. We .. $29.50 and are now being sold from $1.00 to $4.95.. Big
Fri. Noy..9 Fessenden High n. Alachua Alachua. Fla. selection.
met Ed Joyner whiting} away the time with T. G. when we got there.
Th. Brewster Men's Club had a bodacious affair at the beautiful Fri No.,. 9 Lincoln High Scb.. n. Pensacola Pensacola. Fla.

El Dorado Club known as the Shamrock to passerbyers. Earl Morse SaL Noy. 10 A Jr T College TI. Virginia State Greensboro. N. C. 15 OIL HEATERS.

and his group put on the dog for their friends. As for us. we are Sat. Noy. 10 Bethune Cookman vs. Xavier New Orleans, La. .

eagerly waiting for the Moncrief Enterprise group to open. The SaL Noy. 10 Fla. A. Jr M. n. Allen U. Tallahassee Fla. FromIncluded 795Priced
place is really a tribute to the'foresight.of young Jacksonville Ne
Sat. Ny. 10 GrambliDg n. Prairie View GrambliDg La.
groes. We should say a few young Jaxons Along the same lines in this group are Quaker Kenmore Evans: Florence and
another group of young fellows known as Jax Investment bear Thur. Noy. 15 Lincoln High Sch. Yl. Gainesville Tallahassee FIa. other well-known brands. Your are sure to find a heater here to

watching. ? Fri. Noy. 1& Fessenden High Yl. Leesburg Ocala. F,1a... fit your requirements. Hurry for these value

F. Henry Williams is running for the title of "most traveling Sat Noy. 17 Bethune.Cookman ys. Allen U. Columbia. S. C. I

man" on Broad Street. Scarcely had the local realtor returned fromA Sat. No. 17 Fla. .A. It M. ys. Southern U. Baton Rouge, La. 12 FLOOR' LAMPS,
& T College where he was a main speaker then he took off for
reservations and Sat. No. 17 Grambling Yl. Bluefield State Grambling, La. $395Priced
obtain
unable to
California. We hear that he was
had to stay in California over the holiday week-end. Yes-we under- Sat. No.,. 24 A It T College ". Yl. N. C. College Durham, N. C. From

Sat. Noy. 24 Bethun..Cookman < n.' Kentucky State Daytona Beach. Fla. One dozen floor lamps complete with attractive shades. Once
stand.Our sympathy is extended to the family of the late Roland Sat. Dee. 1 Fla. A. Ie M. n. Miami Fla. sold for a* high a* $49.95 and are now being offered from $3.95.
Hines Foster. As most of you know the former Jaxon died in Germany Limited number so be here early for yours.

after a brief Illness
Sorry to hear of Connie Cason's accident Seems that even Row Over Woman Leads To I 30 OCC. TABLES
WoundingA .
though the accident was unfortunate Connie was lucky. Hope. to Help Wlltetl $ gg

see her up and walking about soon. \
*,: Susie Foster, former,popular waitress and fashion pace-setter cook and row over the affections of a embroiled in an argument with Priced From
Wanted
Jacksonville Mel Darby WOMAN to woman led to a cutting incidentIn Samuel Lee Cain of Jacksonville
who is residing in New York is visiting do general housework. No Sunday Every type of table you can think of. Modem, period. Some !i. oak
with his present Cadillac.Mel and which William Harley, 42, of Beach. It was reported that Cain
now of Miami is in town ever off and some in mahogany Included are corner tables, cocktail tables
"Gleek" Brown are playing the "shorts" together. or Monday work. On or 1046 Davis St. suffered knife annoyed over Harley's attentionsto step tables and end tables. Don't miss these bargains.
Calvin Durham of the Twentieth and Myrtle Durhams is sporting premises. Call EV 9.1753 wounds and several lacerations of Cain's lady friend and duringthe

an Eldorado convertible.He really on the ball Saw Albert the stomach, side and arm. row that followed the Jax 9-PC. DINING ROOM SUITE ... .. '". $99.95,
Charles was trying to HOUSEKEEPER = Experienced. Police investigating the cutting: Beach man cut his rival six timesin
Crawford and to Charles the Durham"Barracuddas"conversing.and take Cecil Coleman's 5V4 days week. Also to care for reported that the victim became: the stomach. 2PC. LIVING ROOM SUITE .. ... ...... $19.95
Crawford join .
get
two children. Call EL 37959. INNERSPRING MATTRESS ... ..... $12.95

place.Mattie Holida Keyes and Fredico Dixon are new additions to cook. Must LOUNGE CHAIRS ......... ... ....... ". $ 6.95

tHe EWC faculty. Both of these young people are native Jaxons and NURSE like children.- And care good for them and JALOUSIE DOORS SOFA BED, GREEN TAPESTRY .. .:. .. .. $ 9.95DRESSER ,
products of local schools On the school front Betty Wilson joined
keep house while mother works. BEDROOM SUITE $19.95
Perry Hughes in Melbourne. Seems as tho more Jaxons get jobs. on "
Can offer permanent home and
the "Gold Coast" than at home. weekendoff SALE HOLLYWOOD HEADBOARDS .......:... .. .. $ 3.95
$70 monthly. Every
A 'friend of mine known as Simple Simon asked me a questionthe except one. Health card and NIGHT TABLES .. $ 4.95
E. "
if J.R. Lee
other day.He wantedto know.what would happen
Jr.. a? newly appointed member of the Governor's "keep schools reference.76693. 6258 103rd Street Ph. : 23.50 HOTPQINT ELECTRIC RANGE .. $19.95

white" committee were to disagree with his boss the Governor. MAHOGANY SECRETARY ., .. : .. .,... $39.95
is something known as the Merit System and
tho there
Seems as MAID In the San Diego sub PEEL CANE SETTEES $ 4.95
some provison about state employees staying out. of politicsWei division for 3>/a days. Phone FL i : Including Glass. Screen VV
our friends at the "Teen Ag. Spot are doing business at
and
see
OperatorGRADE
skunk 9-3820. No Phone or C.O.D. Orders, Please
the same spot the same way under a new name. A by any B
other name is still a. skunk. We wonder when will Hixxoner the
Mayor take time to ask his police department or Hixzoner the Juvenile Rooms For Rent Beautiful Veneer Doors BROAD AT ADAMSNEWSOM'S

Judge take time to ask his probation officers to look hi and see CHAPLIN HOBSON Inc.
whets happening. Situated! on U. S. No. 1 the place is a blight on Furnished or unfurnished rooms ,
the Negro youth. They are Improving. On in a religious home. Phone PO', 1402 E.
the city and a cancer on J JALOUSIE 1 I :DOOR EL :101iUET
draw some sort of makeshift 49942.
Sunday nites before the dancing starts. they "JAX WINDOW CENTER"
curtains.
I have the solution x to all of our problems, this country needs a
"rock and roll president See you next week and don't forget to WOMENWANTED
register. :The books are still open and there is still no Tcharge. If you

don't want Jacksonville. out-Clinton Clinton better start voting. The South's Outstanding Furniture Store
SOMETHING DIFFERENT Is what Laura Wynn. the super- !
saleslady promises when she brings a bevy of beauteous salesladieswith WITH CARS "'

her to the meeting of the Dnval Salesmen's Assn. meeting- at f HOURCLEANERS
Wonderful Opportunity ,
the Country Club Monday night.
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