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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 15, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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E-X-C-L-U-S-I-V-E Funland-an "amusement center" at the comer of Ashley and 11t
Madison Streets-which many citizens and leaders complained is a
; It was learned this "week that the Jacksonville Urban League
nuisance to the community as a harboring hole for delinquents and
has been cut off from financial aid of the Community Chest-Unled t LA
.- hoodlums was the scene of a bloody slashing last Friday evening n gi'f
Fund as a result of what League officials termed "pressures" from
Nelson Eddie LaShure 18, of --
the White Cilixens' Council and local hate groups
.. .. 323 Jefferson Street reported to \ sS
The ponce of discontinuance of Ask Quick
I be in a serious condition in Duval Ruling ,
Chest*aid came after.a majority As result of 1he_ Wednesday Medical Center asa result of.a 1
of the 1.eague's-lnterraciaiboard vote_Mr.-Daniel resigned as,.chai& knife wound jrT;the'lower abdomen In J J.PrBfcjniie 1 1I
,. ,\it directors'-. vehemently voted ]man<'and board member and "which he suffered-in< a fight. I
down a suggestion that the organization walked out of the meeting declaring I ,A police report states that the
divorce itself' from the I that he had "been theleadei' I"victim was in Funland, the juke Tallahassee A speedy supreme -

National Urban League and adopt -Jacksonville's Negroesfor 'organ and pin-ball machine court ruling was asked ..- -- IIII!_ J> .;8l1a' ",,,,."''U"'" .
another name such as the Jacksonville the past thirty years" and if 'I place" dancing with a schoolgirl Thursday in the Duval' County OFF TO SCHOOL James Henderson and Alice Mae Anderson winners of ihe 1955.56 Champion -
Welfare League or something they did not choose to follow him, when a young jitterbug came up peace justice district dispute.In Scholarship are seen receiring best wishes from Emory Robinson. Champion Cleaners represen-
. similar. he did not care. to LaShure and said: "Don't effect the co"Wt must decide tm... as they left Jacksonville to attend college. The scholarships are awarded each year to descrying I
The local League directors' refusal Early in August a special Com- dance with that,girL" whether there will be nine or five young people and are sponsored by the Champion Cleaners of Jacksonrille.
to ditch the national body munity Chest committee headed The youth then whipped out a I candidates for JP.positions in No ---- '
at the insistence of Attorney R. bye Mr. Joseph Shands presidentof knife and slashed LaShure in the' vember. A decision was asked by
P: Daniel who spearheaded the the Atlantic National Bank abdomen. The victim ran to the I'i Sept. 21 so there will be time to Reaction' President I Urged .
move .regarded in sociopoliticocircles met to "hear any or all complaints southeast corner of Church and'I get candidates' names on the gen- Integration
as a repudiation the against the Jacksonville Urban Davis Streets/holding/ his bleeding II't eral election-balloL To Name
man who has long been considered ]League.1 No complaints were offered abdomen until he felL I I If the ,court decides only five NegroTo
the combination ring-master J This committee wrote a six Investigating officers were candidates should run among Differs Over The NationBy
and patron saint in some quar- page letter to the Community Sgts. A. B. Gilbreath, G. H. Hul- I them will be Ernest Jackson Supreme Court
ters of the Negro community. | Chest-United Fund praising? the i I bert and J. M. Parker along with i Jacksonville Negro attorney who .
R. P, Daniel former League! social service and race relations patrolmen Joe Seldon and J.,' won the primaries but was later Staff Correspondent San Fra-ci -:: President
Chairman declared that he had work of the Jacksonville Urban Newsom. ousted by the Democratic Com Around the nation school integration is being met in different Eisenhower was urged earlier this
consulted with several of his League since>ts start in 1947. mittee.If ways as violence diminishes in some sections while in others it is week by William H. Debman.
b "good white and colored friends On Thursday afternoon Mr. nine are allowed to run working out smoothly. chief judge of the U. S. Ninth
, REGISTER TO VOTE
who agreed with him that the Fred Huffman, executive directorof :Jackson will be ouLPupil CLAY, Ky. Clay schoolteachers Circuit Court to appoint a Negroto
local League should cut its basic the Chest, presented J. Philip: joined some 600 students communities to close schools the Supreme Court.
affiliation with the National Urban Waring League executive director who shunned classrooms for a rather than integrate them. The jurist said such a move
League. The reason: accord- with a letter from the Community Now second day because two Negro The plan permits local option would be the "most impressive
ing to Mr. Daniel was because of Chest-United Fund which Assignment pupils were admitted. elections, on suspending public answer" to Communist propaganda. -
\ a statement made in Ohio last stated: Ten of 17 teachers failed to report -'schools in the face of intolerable .
week by Lester B. Granger executive "The Executive Committee of to class.. Two of the 10 re.!!racial situations plus state pay Denmxn, who ranks Just below
director of the national the Community Chest has directed -" Under Test By Miamian signed. ,ment of tuition. grants for private a Supreme Court j justice in the
. body at its national conference. that no further financial support Only one unidentified third- schooling. federal judiciary, said he sent a
Mr. Granger in answer te the extended. to the Jacksonville grade boy remained in the three- The program is believed uniquein letter to the President outlining
question of a reporter, had Urban League for the reasons MIAMI A suit testing legality of Florida's new pupil assignment story brick buiSling with James the South. If approved it will his arguments in. favor of the appointment
praised the governors of Tennessee conveyed to your formerMr. law was filed in Federal' Court Tuesday in behalf of a <6yearold <) and Teresa Gordon the two Negro allow local school boards to di- of William H. Hastie.
and Kentucky for their actionin ,( R. P. Daniel) Ch irma ." colored boy. children. Outside, Kentucky vide public school districts into a justice of the U. S. Third Circuit
preserving law and order. In "The needed and valuable work The suit asks to have the new I National Guardsmen' trolled the local option units. If integration to the high court.
further conversation Mr. Granger of the Jacksonville Urban League law declared unconstitutional on Son Konks Father school grounds. attempts are made, the local Hastie, 51, served as governorof .
,. observed that the Governor of will continue" declared Dr. grounds it was'applied arbitrarilyand National Guardsmen opened, school board can call' an election the Virgin Islands from 1946 to
; Virginia was not carrying out the James Lewis, president of the I capriciously by the Palm Mother the school to the Gordon children M I[I and a simple majority of the 1949 when. President Truman appointed
functions.of his office byinflamatory Afro-American Life Insurance Beach County Board of Public Instruction Protecting Wednesday. Twice before. angry voters in the unit can order the him to the federal bench. .
racial statements which Company; Dr. Lincoln Quids in barring the boy froma crowds had turned the two Negro schoql closed. Also the electioncan Denman said he did not wishto
could easily result in racial dis physician; James Whittington white school. A 45-year-old man, Albert Har- children and their, mother. Mrs. be initiated by a petition of 15 reveal the text of his letter
; orders. undertaker and civic leader and William M. Holland an attor- rington of 1530 West 5th Street James Gordon. away from the per cent of the registered votersin "until the President has had. a
Daniel maintained that Mr.. Daniel W. Perkins attorney, all I ney at West Palm Beach filed the !was treated in Duval Medical schooL the local option unit chance to read it"
Granger had slandered the "good of who helped to found the inter- suit on behalf of his son William, Center last Sunday for a lacera- The Gordon family car was escorted -! If a school is closed, the state i However he said he favored .
people of Virginia" and placed the racial social service agency in Jr. and names the superintendentand tion of the left temple which was to school Thursday morning will pay $135 per pupil for tuitionto I Hastie's appointment to fill the
Urban League into the realm of Jacksonville in 1947. Rev. Robert school board members as de inflicted by his soi.. by two state police cars. The private schools. vacancy created by the upcoming
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political activity. Mr. Granger Wilson and Rev. E. M. Hurley fendants. Mrs. Mattie Harrington, wife of adjutant general of the Kentucky retirement of Justice Sherman
j later clarified his remarks in a supported this view. The suit also wants the Florida the victim, told police that during National Guard J. J. B. Williams, Louisville, Ky.- Years of planning Minton because Hastie "is an out-
telegram to the Jacksonville'Urban "Many highly respected white school segregation laws declared an argument with her husbafid personally took the children by i paid off for Louisville. Its standing jurist".
League Board of Directors and colored citizens have already unconstitutional.: I he attempted to throw hot grease the hand and led them onto the' schools were desegregated with- -- -- .
pointing out that his remarks phoned us expressing their support Holland seeks temporary and on her and her son came to her school ground an hour and a half out incident Ethel Davenport
:: were not political but an observa- and encouragement statedJ. permanent injunctions to let his rescue. before class started. He told one Dr. Omer Carmichael, superintendent -
tion made on a very critical racial Philip Wanng.. League execu- son attend Northboro school instead She said her 25-j'ear-old son of his troopers: of schools at Louisvillehas
problem. t tive director. of assigning him to Pleasant Clifford ran his father out'of the "Let them go in the front door been warmly praised by : Reports Robbery
Sources close to the Urban League Harry Alston Director of the City school which Holland calls house and overtook and struck I when it opens just like white. President Eisenhower. I ---
j said a local white minister, Southern Field Division of the substandard.No him with a bottle, brick and stick.' children." Approximately a fourth of the Gospel Singer Ethel Davenport .
long noted for his public supportof National Urban League, indicatedthat i date for the hearing has: Sgts. A. Grubert and W. C.:' At Sturgis 11 miles away, 250 colored pupils in the city of 400-; I Bannister who lives at 1573 West
the Klan ..in Jacksonville,. put hate groups have already i been set but Holland asked aI I Barber arrested both' father and white students showed up for 000 (an estimated 2800) enrolledin 10th Street reported to police that 4
pressure on the Community started the YWCA and other or-' speedy hearing. I son on a charge of fighting. class along with seven Negroes.It previously all-White schools. she was relieved of $22 while
Chest-United Fund to drop the ganizations wherein Negro and was the fourth straight day Churches the press radio, television singing in the studios of Station \
local League because of the remarks white leadership have been work-I Card Player Shot In Game By Woman white students had-attended class fraternal groups and civic WOBS last Sunday.
made in Ohio. ing cooperatively together. Mr. in any sizable numbers. The clubs supported Carmichaers program The singer said she had placed j
Thirtyfivemembers of the Alston said "Once we start to run An argument over a card game f way he was handling the cards. school has an enrollment of about Speakers came out of his her pocketbook on the top of a
League interracial board of directors we do not know who will be resulted in a local man,being shot I (So she shot him in the hand.) 375. National Guardsmen how; office orienting the populationfor piano and that while singing she
met in two three-hour meet next." By this he meant what in the hand and thigh by a Jack 2. She wanted_ keep him from ever, still stood guard.. at the. Sturgis what was to come. The superintendent saw Joseph Jerido of 1290 West '
ings on Tuesday and Wednesday. would the community when sonville woman last Sunday.No running. (So she shot him in the schooL made 60 such*talks. 21st Street Tingling it 1.
On both occasions after "prayful other community agencies are at- one can be sure of this, but leg.) ,. On the opening day of school She discovered her loss when
consideration" voted not to"sacrifice tacked by the bigoted organiza- it may be that Edna Henry decided A police report merely stated Raleigh N. C. -North Carolina white and colored students repeated she returned home. According to '.
their basic principles and tions which: has forced the Jacksonville 'to shoot John Jackson 54,; that the shooting followed an voted this week approval of a the pledge of allegiancein a police report by patrolmen T. L. 1
'* disaffiliate with the National Urban Community Chest to acquiesce of 728 West Beaver' because: argument over a card game at"128 state constitutional amendment unisom walked' the corridors Mays and C. Barton Jerido is list-
League Movement to their pressures. 1. She probably did not like the.West Beaver Street providing the authority for local together, sat side by side in class. ed as a suspect.



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i ,( THi. FLORIDA. "STARNEWS
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CALLING ALL LEADERS AND POLITICIANSLETS
.u.w by, The.f krlde Star PrifoUaf .Ce, .: : I
n" START PULLING TOGETHER AND DO

# :: '-s. 'Manias Add I THE JOB OF REGISTERING THE PEOPLE .
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,. 0. Bos. 561, JadueWiie. 1, florid I From the dale of this issue-September IS-there will be just
IroaJ Strut Jackiwiffe, Florida .PfceM ,ELgb 4-377
423 !
I three weeks left'for to that well be able
.' .. V ? Yc more us register so to rote )

_ ERIC: 0. SIMPSON _,-___.___ 1-, Mm,b. Editors I in the November elections. In .other words the registration books

s ..,.* J....... __.:, -..... N.w. Staff will close on Saturday Oct. 6. I.J
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Member .of Associated Negro Press ,' tinuously this column has pounded .
I away on 'the subject of Negro

SUBSCRIPTION, RATES -. registration. We have no doubt
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, ?: .OM Year. S5.GO'Half. Year $3.00;_T.re..Meatlaa. $1 JO- that many have heeded our writ- V
: MaHedl T. Yen Ayvher. .. the U.lHd,States. ten sermons on the need for Negro r

S.bscdpt_,Payable 'I. AaVaace. .d.a.cb or,MeNJ' Wen To: registration; but there is stilla V

FIMIDA! STAR P. 0. ,BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA great great need for increased .
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.- -. registrations in Duval where there
' ; THE FLORIDA ,STAB STANDS_ FOR are about 100,000 Negroes and

r", 7' : : something like 23,000 among us
1. Negro Firemen.Z. ;. f' .
: r : b registered.
: More Negro Police Officer .
, : ___ ; There is need for a stepped up
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. 2 campaign for Negro registrationall

i. More and Better ,Schools and Speeding. Up of the over the state and especiallyin

Building Program. ._ ': t 7 i places like Miami, Tallahassee,

V __ Tampa, St. Petersburg, Daytona, t
. ; West Palm Beach and Palatka. -'. ,

To Elect Or Not To Elect i : We 'realize, however, that the t <;: v'J "*'
17. kYt preachings from this corer alone
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dE4 are not quite enough; there is a "i

The Siperinlendenl! Of Schools A need for a concerted effortbackedby !: 00'I Jl'i

our leaders our ministers and SIMPSON
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wiY our various political, communityand
.- There has not been a great deal said about the proposal M fraternal organizations.The I made a political football of.

to abolish the elective system for the office of Superintendent only way that such a concerted We saw demonstrations of kick-

'. of Public Instruction. As the days toward the November elections ; effort can be accomplishedis ing the Negro around in the Democratic

t; roll on, we daresay, there will be increased discussion by our various groups coming and: Republican national

. on the matter because it is one of the issues on which the ner&wtviJVr_4. _, 'V V*""tttfirstf _. i -,M 111_ I H"BURSTING together to sponsor the drive. Let conventions when in both fr[.

. people of Duval County will have to vote. = each group put aside the fear of stances the issue of civil rightswas
I THEIR CHAINS"Yur f
Voters will be called upon to indicate by'vote whetherthey losing its identity and the fear of toned down in political playsto

prefer to have the Superintendent of Public,Instruction. working to put over a drive that win the while votes.
ily. The time is not ripe for conclusive -
elected by the people or have bin or her appointed.The ". results this somebody else might get some On the local front Republican
although
credit for let each group and Executive Committee ChairmanW.
main arguments that those who would have the \ should not preventyou from
WeeklyHoroscope each leader stop working with the T. Stockton embraced the Justice -
office under the appointment system are: making behind-the-scenes moves
, thought that he wants to put overa of the Peace situation
as an
1. That the appointive plan takes politics out of the that will help you to gain them in
: Guide project that will make him the opportunity to cut at the Demo.
supervision of our schools. due time, the for tentative
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opens
G way
"big man" .. As long as we workin crats when he said:'"We (the Re-
2. That under an appointment plan which would (supposedly and confidential agreements
separate units. each of us will] publicans) regret that Democratic
) take the political aspects out, it would mean' tha WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR which can be formalized after this be making small accomplish. politicians have created the con-

better qualified people would be placed in the position. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL month. Should you have any meats sometimes getting some fusion over the JP offices to serve

.. In answer to those contentions all we can say is: Taking doubts as to what you, should do, little individual glory. but never the ends of a disgruntled and defeated -
, politics out of the schools, or anything connected with our By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES a heart-to-heart talk with some- really putting over an effective candidate. They have

" government is more easily said than done. one you have known for a longtime job that will benefit the entire thwarted the will of their own
would be of mutual
Suffice it to say that there will be a great deal of politics benefi community.To primary election."
veals a lucrative field that can 1;-80-99-12-75-412. .
borrow from the
played between the appointment committee and the ap- a phrase
. pointee and in view of that we have no guarantee that Born Much: 21 thru April 19 be established through real estate, realm of musical jargon, it's time There has been some talk about

. the highest type superintendent will always get the appoint.. Exploit opportunities to the housing or domestic propositions.This SAGITTARIUSBorn for all the leaders, bona fide and the Republicans placing the name
fulL. The events of the previous period indicates that sound NOT. 23 thru bee. 21 so-called and all others who pro- of Ernest Jackson on the Republican -

meat.We fear much that an appointed Superintendent week, surprising or unexpected as and conservative principlesshould Look before you leap. Friendsor fess a desire to do something for slate which would be a
very they have been should some apply when make decisions -
open you professional counsellors who the benefit of the race to: COME good to win
could take the attitude that he is not responsible to the people move Negro votes for
. since they did not elect him and thereby completely ignore very interesting doors which you deal wflji youngsters and advise you not to disrupt domestic ON IN THE HOUSE, and let'sget the other Republicans up for
should not hesitate to enter. This develop your professional skills. ties or family unity, seem to and do the of
their wishes. together job II election that is if it is not too
. period offers a chance to reach The turtle's is the fastest.
pace know what they are talking the
getting people registered now. late to add Jackson's name, and
We believe that the man or woman who heads the sys private agreements: regarding 1-10>-:22-14-73-142. about take all to
so precautions Later talk about poli-
on we can too, if the local Republican bigwigs -
- tern that educates and molds the character of our children
emotional or marital questions.Don't : avert showdowns and to keep tical
. should be responsible to the citizens who must always have parties.S. would risk incurring the
let daily obligationsor
your LEO your home free of friction and wrath of Democratic Chaihnan
the right to vote that person in or out of office whenever inner resentments become in-
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 hazards.Your sign emphasize that NEGRO PEOPLE USED Edgar W.: Waybright and com
: they see fit.Other. flated beyond sound reasoning. Conservation must-reconcile
means security. you your profes- AS POLITICAL FOOTBALL pany.
Your sign urges you to promote Although you are' bound to makea sional and domestic obligationsin At the time of writing the mat- S. .

your talents or professional apti- very important decision becauseof order to make life more en- I ter of the Justice of the_Peace dis- SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT

Editors Say; tudes with a view of using themto favorable conditions, it seems joyable for yourself and loved tricts and the status of Ernest D. SHOULD BE ELECTED

gain security. wisest 'to- adopt it mentally and ones. Jackson who won the primary There is a faction in Duval

230551678191. wait until a more propitious timeto 3-60-77-14-63-549. election but was booted out by County sponsoring the idea that

Helpiig Tie Rabble Rowers announce or to take action on '- .the Democratic committee is still the office of Superintendent of

TAURUS it. Your sign stresses the risks of CAPRICORNBorn in a grand mess. But by the time Public Instruction should be ap

Born April 20 thru May 20 dabbling in speculative ventures, you read this there may be some pointive. (See editorial on this
Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
OPPOSITION to desegregation isthe only excuse for Listen to the voice of experi- drawing heavily on private or new developments to clarify it or page). My personal advice to
Realism and fulfillment
the scheduled attempt to forma new national political partyat ence. The one to whom you are joint resources or taking any come muddle it even more so. those who care to take it 'is that
Memphis on Sept. 14-15.The disgraceful rumpus at Clinton' linked by the closest, ties seemsto risks whatsoever that would together. As long as you adhereto When we look about us on the .you should not let fool
anyone
Tenn., doubtless will help the rabble rousers make a bigger hold the key to your peace of threaten, future stability. your customary conservative local as well as the national scene you with the argument that

' noise. Even so, we expect the plans of the so called "StatesRighters" mind particularly, if you are 4-44 -30-15-67-398. inclinations, and build your hopeson we become painfully aware of the Superintendent will appointing -
to end in dismal failure and do little harm to the basis of realistic thinkingyou
under emotional duress. This period the way the Negro people and take politics out of the school
either Democrats or Republicans when Election Day comes the for show of VIRGO will finally achieve,your ultimate sys-
paves way a ends. Your sign confirms their struggle for full citizenshipare tem. It can't be done. (Make sure
around. hospitality at home and renovation Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 that being kicked around and you see editorial on this page.)
gain by patient
recent last that add to Harmonious relations you security .
A much more significant phenomenon was projects your mean se ..
week's voting in Alabama. Despite the restrictive poll tax, physical comforts. Sort out the cunty. You may still be having and uphill efforts, and that is
what works best for This
the results showed that out of a total of 209,322 votes, a friends.who are true and sincere your hands full coping with the you.
change of less than 24,000 would have made a majority in from those who would sow dis impulsiveness and reckless actions period stresses the dangers of

favor of desegregation in the schools; and, out of a total of cord. Guidance is provided by of your colleagues, public changing these methods becauseof

193,609 voting on an amendment resisting racial integrationof your mate public associates or associates and competitors. the promptings of others or an

parks and playgrounds, a change of only. 15,560 votes others close to your affections. Should you have reason to believe I unusual impulsive streak within
Avoid travel and showdowns
would have killed.such amendment to the State Constitution. They can help you to overcome that any one has designson you.

,oaoo your handicaps or difficulties.T50661265414. your funds or.property confi- ''I of any sort at this time. ,\

THERE IS NO SENSE pretending that the majority of dence weighs the scales in your 6-50-66-17-69-242..

White persons in the South are not reluctant to abolish segre- favor: but.still 'it seemS wiser to

gation. But, on the other hand, there is plenty of evidence GEMINI leave nothing to chance. -AQUARIUSBorn 1VV : : ,
that the White ,people of the South recognize the validityof Morn May 21 thru June 21 310088.1357214.LIBRA. Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

the claim of Negroes, as taxpaying citizens, to equal rightsin It's the long pujl that counts. You have time for reflection. : __ V

the use of public property and services.It's You are on the right track when Now it seems wisest to keep your ?
you concentrate on ways and Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 :
plans, 'particularly the long-range ;
true, too, that unusual pressure for desegregation, or
means to acquire more kn wledgeand'to A friend in need is a friend in- _
to revision from
agitation against it-such as that at Clinton-will delay, ones subject
cultivate the skills whichcan deed. You can depend on the affection r.
to the trends indicate.
rather than advance general acquiescence among the peopleof day day as
be turned into the tools thru and willingness of people -
the South to the school desegregation order of the U. S. You can agree on principle in
which success is forged. Your sign in your social circles when
Court.A matters that have to do with part-
Supreme suggests that you think over what you are confronted with problemsor
associations.
vast majority of the people of the nation accept the you want most out of life and unable to meet your quotas. emphasize nerships or the value of logic Again and
order as the law of the land.It allied to
arrive at a conclusion logically The persons most closely cold calculations as far as money
seems to us that there is no substantial support of rather than emotionally. Resist you should be entrusted with and your joint economic interests

those who clamor for "interposition" or other schemes for the impulse to bend events to matters you cannot handle with- are concerned.

resisting the law. We believe that the South recognizes the your will and decide to obtain] out friction. It would be profit- 9-30-22-15-74-989_
problem of equal rights as a sociological, rather than a political your objectives the slow but sure able and reinvigorating to slacken

problem. way. j the pace for awhile and to put

a..* 3-50-44-17-62-423. order in the economic department PISCES
A SOCIOLOGICAL SOLUTION Is what is advocated by Keep adding to assets. Born Feb. 19 thru March 20

the platform of the Democratic: Party and ,by presidential CANCER Live today and plan for tomor-

candidate Adlai Stevenson. It means that when the White Born June 22 thru July 22 SCORPIO row. You do yourself a much 1400 WRHC 1400 i

people of the South, come to realize that segregation is un Delaying tactics have their Born Oct. 24 Ihru Nov 22 greater service when you are willing -

fair, prejudiced un-Christian and marks them as intellectually place. Mercury sextile Venus re Move ahead slowly but stead- to forego some of your imme- KEN {
ly socially backward, Southerners will resolve the problem. .'diate objectives for the sake of a KNIGHT (

fuller and richer life in the future.

Segregation has endured for a long, long time. Desegre- GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 The first step is to strengthenyour Presenting t

gation can't be made peaceful'and satisfactory unless it,comes v.. this coupoo. Loom ...,. ....t ,..,..1'. tied 10 ..*. (... dime economic and security base '1
and futile resolution passing fa cola) for eoch horoscope .rd.red'by M.2L cfaida Mlf addreued, even if this means harder work KNIGHT TRAIN
Foolish
gradually. speechmaking stamped ....Iope. Write plaisrjr., nil offer does sot'apply to ,......t.
rump-conventions such as the so called States Righters planto .f the HMiea .. C Mde.AILO '' and less leissure. Teamwork and
stage at :Memphis, merely add confusion and ill ,feeling, understanding and not contentionare 8-9 P.M. 12 _-1 Nightly

and tranquil acceptance of the inevitable.St. ; the factors that will pave the
delay I -IL-D-; ;; ,
Petersburg Times FLA."I way to the kind of future you SWEET CHARIOT
f. O. MX 541 seek.

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I, : .-' jhutPe.pki .; ;; .,.ti."J.. '" 'I Pansy .Blossom"i Circle I Miss Doris Carey And William Goodall N.-ptialsl Junior. Girls Club

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Mrs. Marie Blake of New York son is a member of Grant Memorial : ". Is Formed JaxThe

City.,way In the city recently to Church. serving in Choir Sept 30 the Pansy Blossom _
atteis.4'the funeral of her uncle No. L Sewing Circle will present its
home of Mrs. C.. B. Williams -
Mr. Irvin Merritt Odessa
of 751
anniversary tea in the home of
Si. While in- the dry'she was the Mrs. Mary J. Anderson, 1455 ,' second vice-president of
Mrs. Florence.Brown returnedto
the Florida State Association of
house guest of her parents. Mr. Spearing with a program: r
the city recently from Los
and Mrs.: S. L. Merritt of 2014 $ Colored Women's Clulj was the
Mrs. Della Seals. Mrs. Myra
Calif where she attended
Angeles, setting for the organization of a
Westmont. .
Camper and Mrs. A aL. Brooks
the Elks' Convention. She also a Junior Girls Club.
visited Mexico and other cities. were co-hostesses at the Thursday a ,
meeting held in the home of Mrs. Miss Joyce Pauline was elected
.
Mrs. Gretchen ,Sermon of 2515 t.
A. L. Brooks 848 Van Buren SL president; Miss ,Marilyn Wesley,
Lantana returned to the
Ave city
Deacon and Mrs. James Meltonof iI vice-president; Miss Serena Joy-
recently from Newark N. J, 3419 Phoenix Ave., left the city c i ner, secretary; Miss Yvonne
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where she six weeks with (
spent recently for Leesburg to be the I Rutherford, assistant secretary;
her brother-in-law and sister.,Mr. of Mrs. Ruth Mc- Stork ( Miss
house guests ,, Audrey Goodman treasurer;
and Mrs. Donally. Young Intosh. They are members of the Ir w Miss Earline Toby, chaplain and
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Macedonia Baptist Church. Deliveries I Miss Joyce Graham, reporter.
Mrs. Iris continues
Thompson Miss Marie
Toby, Miss M. E.
ill in her home at 1207 Florida
Mrs. Naomi Nottage, formerlyof ? Edwards, Miss Norma Wilson'and
Ave. She is a member of Sweet. Barn TB: i Miss
Jacksonville and whose church Qwendolyn Lang are mem-
field .Baptist Church.. .
affiliation was with the St. Paul bers.

AME Church, and who now lives Bony and Thelma Gray, Route a The club took as its objective
The Rev. G. Curry, pastor of 9, Box 902, boy, June 1.
in West Palm Beach, was the recent the life, works and doings of
Friendship Baptist Church, At. house guest of Mrs. Etta Robert and Freddie McNair, Fredrick Douglass and the first

lantic Beach is ill in the Brew- Parker of 1050 Ellis Street. 5612 Benedict RtL, boy, June 2. S f aa4N .ti wp project of the group will be a visitto
ster HospitaL I
While in the city, Mrs. Nottage James L. and Mary Perry, 1818 the Stephen Foster Museum.In .

Robert Maize. a junior at Edward enjoyed the hospitality of her II Broadway, boy; June 2. lJ: :k lgap : the next meeting to be held

Waters College: spent his many friends who made her stayin Willie and Rebeca Walthour, in the home of Mrs. C. G. Wil-

vacation in Atlanta as the guestof the city enjoyable.Mr. 2288 Run SL, girl, June 3. liams. 1846 Moncrief Road at 6

Miss Deloris Mason formerly Calvin and Catherine Edwards. I'I p. m. Mrs. Etta Brooks librarianat

Mason is instructor 713 Court A June 3. the Wilder Park Library, will
Miss girl.
of this dry an and Mrs. Vaught of Ocala ,
UNITED IN MARRIAGE The marriage of Miss Doris Carey daughter of Mr. James Carey of works of
speak the Stephen
in the E. P..Jackson Elementary were recent visitors in the dry Jimmie and Jessie Black 1310 I!! on
the British West Indies to William S. Goodall son of Mrs. Mary A. Goodall and the late W. SmithiGoodall. Foster and Fredrick Douglass.
SchooL as' the house guests of their I W. 24th St, girl June 4. I i was soJ.emnized.at 8 o'clock Sunday evening at 1942 W. Third Street. The pastor the Rev. Miss Eartha M. White will give

daughter and son-in-law Mr. and I Gus and Leoa Pugh, 220 E. Bea- ': Evan M. Hurley officiated and the wedding music was rendered by Miss Ruth Simms with Miss Hen. the highlights on Fredrick Doug-
Mrs. Julie Glover and Mrs. Mrs. Abraham Isham of 1511 I "
SL June 4. rietta soloist.
ver boy, : Dawson serving as
Evelyn Murray! of, Charleston, S. 11th Street. W.j
C, spent their vacation in the,city Autha and Elois Young- Jr.. RL Arrangements! of while gladioli and pompom chrysanthemums: were used in decorating and lass.Mrs.. P. G. Aaron, Mrs. Julia

recently as the house guests of 9. Box 411F, girl. June. placed at points of interest were lighted tapers in candelabra. |It Robinson. Mrs. Anna McGee, Mrs.

Mrs.: Susie' McGrow: They also I Mrs. Mary I*. Bryant of 1012 Glemon and Attamese Latimer, Dr. William R.' Tcney was the bridegroom's best man. and the ushers were James E. Moore and G. B. Gardner.. Mrs. Ann K. .

visited friends in Daytona Beach. Street is spending her ,vacation 1922 W. 20th St, girl. _June 4. Clifford Baker. ,the bridegroom's cousins. The junior usher was Anthony D. Backer. Stephens Mrs. Florida Dwightand

with her husband in Immokalee, Albert and Lillie Newsom 810 Miss Ester Mine Quainlance was the bride's maid of honor ,and her dress was of pink nylon Mrs. Williams are chaperonsfor

Mrs. Rosa L. Ragins left the I Florida. Mrs. Bryant is a'memberof I i Nadie Lane, boy June 4. tulle over taffeta. The long fitting bodice was accented with a soft around the neck-line and the full, the group.

city recently for New York Cityto Day Spring Baptist Church. Adam and Dorothy Doctor, 764 skirt fell,into graceful folds.. e
to the city she
Before returning
visit her'brother:3. W. Bryant.. Court B, boy, June 4. The flower girls were Misses Rose Marie Quainlance and Shirley I
will visit her relatives and friends
She will also. attend the-National, .James and Gloria Prince Jr., Baker and their dresses were of white nylon tulle made identical
Baptist Convention! in Richmond, in Punta Gorda, DeSoto, Belle 628 Court D, girl, June 5. the honor attendant's dress. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Glade Lake Harbin and Monroe
Va. Willie and Sally Cone, 1516 The ring bearer was Ricky Shellon. His suit was of white gabardine
Haven Florida. Swan St, boy, June 6. and the pillow of white satin.

Deacon A. D: Grant is recuper- O. J. and Dorothy Henry, 6478 Mr. Carey gave his daughter 9in marriage, and she selected a LOW PRICESOn

ating In his home'at 1543'Franklin Flowers Ave. boy June 8. Spanish chantilly lace poised over tulle and taffeta. The fitted bodice
r-itiftd
St He Is a member of Sweetfield Calendar Robert and Ula Wright 4127 featured a becoming neck-line and the long sleeves formed points Your

Baptist Church. I Steward St, boy, June 6. over her hands. Her finger veil of illusion was held hi place by a

Gennio and Jo Ann Lopez Star Juliet cap of lace seed pearls, and she carried a bouquet of white

The Rev. and Mrs. M. J. Trowel The Frazier Sisters are' sche- Route, Box 217, Ft George, girl. orchids feathered with white carnations. DRUG STORE NEEDS

left the dry recently to attend duled to appear in a song recital June 6.Jake. .

the National Baptist Convention on Monday. Sept. 24 in ML Olive and Mary Armstrong,'1702 Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

in Richmond Va. They Primitive Baptist Church of McMillan St, boy, June 6. I "Fall Tea" Is PlannedBy jl A program will be presented at
which the Rev. J. M. Dixon is this affair.
in New YorkCity. Paul and 1309 W.
will visit relatives: Mary Day,
pastor Johnston, girl June 7. Stewardess Board The board will observe its 44th We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

Mrs. Vicey F. James. Mrs. George and Georgia Pollard, anniversary on Oct. 10 at 8 p. m. Your Local Papers

Mrs. Mary Jackson of 535 W. Gloria F. Holmes and Mrs. Ear- 422 W. Orange St. boy, June 7. in the church. :
Stewardess Board 1 of St Paul
Union,St. is spending her yaca- line F. Alback compose the group. Oska and Mary Wilson, 827
has set Sunday from 3 to 5 .m. '
tion in 'Washington, D. c. with Kings Rd. Apt. D, boy, June 7. p. Learn Commercial Art WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY
DAVIS SISTERSTO Ii for its Tall Tea" which will be
relatives and friends. Mrs. Jack- Clarence and Artisker Rittman
SING HERE 455 Lime St. boy. ,June 12. I held in the basement of, the G.Start I. APPROVED AaytJMM 1302 KINGS ROAD et MYRTLE AVENUE

A concert featuring the Davis Roosevelt and Esther Welkes! church. w PHONES EL 3-5597-98

-- Sisters and Curtis Dublin of Phil 749 W. Adams'St, girl; June 13. i ii Mrs. Dora PerrY'' is mistress of AMERICAN W. ".,1..., W. Alt flu All Doctor PNscriptMss

adelphia, Pa. is slated for Sun- i Earl and Willie McCray, 6938 ceremonies and Mrs. Clara Al- SCHOOL OF ART PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER TELEPHONE

I_ eeled dl tlret......ieg ... day in the Elks auditorium, 712 Evergreen boy. June 13. bertie, Mrs. Thelma Belliny, Mrs Moved Te New L c....* AND
em.. *Ta11 AC16 tehteto"e'wCMe W. Duval Street. Otis and Lessie Corbett, 1581 Meltonia Lily, Mrs. Alzada Floyd 106 EAST BAY STREET BILLS AT OUR STORE
ew< *W**t desaLrrdtd.nm.a.s.us.1lt.ITAMIACXf J I I will render vocal numbers. Zed Hoer .r
r.s.le W. 29th St, girl, June 16. I I ,
E-, ....... arsssrWlee ire M' Buses will leave the ML 'Calvary Willie and Annie Bell, 209 W. The proceeds will benefit the

M l. solisi eat. Baptist Church. Dora and Beaver St, girl, June 21., building drive.Gladiola .' :

Spruce, Streets. on Sept. 21 at 8nu Charlie and Frankie Taylor, ; ,{

L for New Berlin. This outingis 1117 W. 23rd St, boy June 21. :

LEARN TO, DRIVE being sponsored "by the Senior I .Neal and Farline Andrews 4075 Ladies Club Why should your hairsay f

Choir 2 of Mr. Calvary Baptist. Old St Augustine Rd. girl June '
The Qetekett .. TV EetleetWey Observes
T. Leen Church. 23.Frank AnniversaryThe old and ?
you're
---------------- and Irene Johnson 1218 gray:

AJAXDRIVING Grant St, girl, July 5. 26th anniversary of the

SCHOOL .JIp..MUq Robert and Laura Jenkins 322 Gladiola Ladies Club will be observed

U worried b Magnolia St, girl July 5. on Sunday :at',4 p. m, in
CALL EL 4-0639' Cp HUhtt ar Bsd wetting too tw i 1Mx
Ernest and Lula Seymour, 1180
buratoi at ttttU> rlaUoa Of the Recreation Center.'A programhas .
Crone emclUnf.Cl*.* OI'S sa. doe N
f W. Beaver St, boy July 5.
t George Perpena common Kidney sad BUd try CTBTXX for uteK help f9year. aM. Leotis and Alveria Smith, 918
1134 W. 5th Street prop wad eId.idraa- Invitations have been extended -
la$ :Cyril a nder meaq bat fuw8 I. Madison St, boy, July 5.
&("< .. how fact poe tapror. to various clubs of the city to
Willie and Lessie Hopkins 968
be in attendance and the club
Clinton Lane, girl July 6. '
with the largest attendance will
,Oscar and Margaret Powell 753
be awarded a ,prize.
REGISTER NOW! Bridier St, girl July 6. $ "
Edmond and Juanita Single-

tary'734 Court H, girl July 6.
James and B. Davis 1535 Mrs. M. Genwright
EVENING ADULT CLASSES Mary I i n

Clarkson 'St, girl July 6. Will Be Hostess To Tea frr '
Wilton and Modestine Brown,

1500 Mitchell St., girl July 7,
Get Your ,High School Diploma Willie and Evelyn Bush, 2212 The home of Mr: and. Mrs. McKinley -

STANTON EVENING HIGH SCHOOL McMUlian St, twin boys July 7. Genwright, ST., 2109 Mon
Lucius and Alberta Williams crief Road will be the setting for .

318 E. Union.St, boy, July 10. the annual tea sponsored by the

Lucius and Alberta Williams,. women of St, Stephens AME
HIGH SCHOOL .CLASSES .
318 E. Union St, twin girls July Church on Sunday.
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ART, ENGUSH. Mrs. Willie D_ Lucas will be
BOOKKEEPING MATHEMATICS 10.Willie and Arvee Murphy, 512: the principal speaker. Mrs. Alicia

BUSINESS ENGLISH SCIENCE' I Bloxham St, boy July 11. Baety, Mrs. Mabel Jones. Mrs.

FILING SHORTHAND Samuel and Beretha Williams, ,, Thelma Belliny Mrs. Inez Johnson -

SOCIAL STUDIES TYPING 2502 Moncrief girl Aug. 6. Misses Earlena Walden,

HISTORY MUSIC Bobby and Margaret Staley, 908 I I Cathlenn Crockett and Ida Mae

SEWING W. 8th St, boy Aug. 10. I Bingham will also appear on the

Calvin and Margaret Hoffman, program. The Vesper Choir of the

GENERAL HIGH SCHOOL REFRESHER COURSE- 1217 Palmetto girl, Aug. 10. church the Gate City Four John Look look lovelier Y .today!I
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younger. .
=TWELVE WEEKS Wilbert and Shirley Miller. Bolden Beal Bland and James

High School Equivalency Diploma Tests Are 1110 W. 13th St.. girl Aug. 12. Genwright will render musical t
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Li: liven Every Month Henry R. Henderson 4116 Mon. selections. Forget those "gray hair" heartaches! models (like the one shown here) s fCodefroy's

: Grief, boy; Aug. 14. Lari use Hair Coloring can_ you'll be prouder of your hair when

James and Ruth Gamer Sr, give Lair yoang-looking, loyely- you choose Codefroy's Larieuse! It's

ALL, ELEMENTARY SUBJECTS 813 Palmetto St, Green Cove.I Local Ladies Lay Plans looking your color right away. .glotang the famous brand in the red box, SET
known for its dependability for more Et&ti
Co Springs, boy Aug. 15.
; lustrous color: that lasts and lasts!
a REGISTRATION Joe R. and Ollie Bird. 1672 W. For Tea,, Events In Jax than 50 ye n. Get It at your favorite .

Sept 17th-20th- 6:30-9:00 P.M.. 3rd St,' boy,Aug. 17, And take a tip from professional .cosmetic counter today!

.. : John S.' Davis,"2119B Mars, St, Mrs. Daisy Lue Wallace, captain

STANTON EVENING HIGH SCHOOL girl Aug. 18. of. Group 5 of Central CME

Comer W. Ashley and Broad Streets Owen and Louise Adams 739% Church has announced Sunday n q' : 1w

Spearing Lane girl, Aug. 18. from 4 to 6 p.-m.: for the musical
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OTHER ADULT CENTERS ARE and Miriam Johnson, Rt
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Roy' :. tea given by'the group ,
NewStantoa MO& &Wed7.10 P.M. 2, Box 49C. Orangeborg, girl.Aug. The affair will be in the
given
Baldwin Tues. & Thurs.r .-7-10 P.M. 19. -
n' home of Mrs. C. W. Shootes, 1436_
Jame W. Johnson Mat&." Gilbert -.-- :Tues. & Thurs.-7-10 PJ>1 So.10th S1.,"Jax Beach, girl Aug. Myrtle, .. K. .

Wesco&nettAtlantic __" .... ,-,. Mon. & Wed.-7.10 P.M. 19. *. Mrs Ella,Williams is principal v
Men. & Wed.- 7-10 PJ4. -' speaker. 1 ...rI
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Beach _.. Vide and Dannie Barlow, Sr.
Anderson ,_ Tuos. & ThunC-: 7-10 P.M. '. .
Douglas
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3023 Davis St, ,Apt. 2. girl Aug. I

For Information Call EL 41854 22.Frank The annual tea sponsored by

and Albertha dray, 5926 Usher Board 1 of St. Paul AME I. ShoopooBoirltoTOvgMr.A* 2. Apply Gwfefro/s lorteM 9. Afl r color has div
An Adult Educational I ,Opportunity Provided by Carnation. Rd,- girl. Aug. 22. Church is set for Sept. 23 from 4 Bdrie.,.I.lxGod.fra/tlarf.,M with handy appHcetar incWd.d ftwgpoo hair again end Ml laasdtofetf.
'_-.,:the Counly ,Board.ol Public Instruction Jtmc J. 'Job 9411 Jap-Ito 6 p.'nx'In'thf basement. of the << .- hpackag*. ....*... tyta. /" ''.., ;

ponica Rd, girl, Aug. 23. church. OODIPMOY MANUFACTURING CO. 3919 OLIVB STRUT t ST. LOUIS 3. NO.Satar4. .


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Fo.. Fwir' THf FLORIDA STAR Saturday September" 15, 195i .



Methodist Women's 'Society To Hold Monthly Session Sunday !



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"Spiril Of Christ For All Of Life" Auxiliary Of Railway Workers Meet LEADERS NAMED FOR Rev. Mrs. WashingtonWill J


Is TheMe Of >rf7:;? S 1 -<: : ;,, amt.7i-0 :1t. rJ.rg: ,i;?-,) t PAYNE CHAPEL AMEOMEN'S Preach Sunday ,1)

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The monthly session of the Women's Society of Christian.Serv f'ot Mrs. Johnnie Mae Hodge is Rev. Mrs. Marie Washington -

ice of Ebenezer Methodist Church will be held on Sunday September general chairman and Mrs. Marie is speaker for the 11 a. 'm.

16, at 4:30 p. m. in the church., ,. 3z ti, kip : 3w + Singleton, co-chairman for annual service on Sunday in the New
The meeting will mark the beginning -- ... women's day observance set Jerusalem Baptist Church when
of the new Quadrennium for Sept 23 in the Payne Chapel the men and women observe
195660. Women's Day' Set AME Church. "Women and Men's Day."

The Spirit of" Christ For All ; Mrs.. Julia Williams, Mrs. S. G. The Rev. P. Josey pastor of
Jones, Mrs. Helen Mainor and the St. Peter's Baptist Church, is
of life" Is the theme for the ses- At Central CME %
sion and the new goals will be reviewed Mrs. Laura Powell will serve on speaker for theevening worship

by the secretary of pro- I 4) M. vFx the finance committee; Mrs. Rosa beginning at 7 p. m. He will be

motion and other members of the I The Women's Day observanceat Mills, co-chairman of the finance accompanied' by his choir and

society. Central Metropolitan CME committee; Mrs. Mollie Hoffman, congregation.At .

Mrs. V. B. Muse Mrs. H.. L I Church of which the Rev. O. R. chairman of the tag committee; the afternoon program Miss

James Mrs. Bessie Redmond and I Jackson is pastor is slated for I Mrs. Annie Griff Mrs. P. Phillips, Johnetta Bush. Mrs. Emma Bush

Mrs. B. C. Emanuel circle chair- i September 23. ...sa > r, 2 ava 't ;* Mrs. Celestine Waye Mrs. J Johnson, Mrs. Marva Jenkins and

men, will report on activities I Mrs. Julia Burwell will serve as Johnson, Mrs..Vivian Stevens and Lyon Williams will be among

planned by the circles for the I general chairman; Mrs. Essie Mae'I ,Mrs.. Margaret Stewart, cochairmen participants on the program.
I Tucker co-chairman and Mrs. ; Mrs. M. Watson, chairman All women of the church have

year.Plans for the observance of the ',Daisy Jackson, acting pastor *_\ 4 ''of the Ways and Means committee been asked to pay $10.00 and the

Week of'Prayer and Self-Denial Mrs.'Etta L. Brooks is chairmanof ; Mrs. J. Joyner, co-chairman: men,:$25.00.
the committee and Mrs. Susie Ealy is in charge of
scheduled Oct. 25-31 will also be program Mrs. Myra King is speaker for
Mrs. Juanita G Wyatt, cochairman. decorations with Mrs. Helen
presented. the fall tea set for Sunday from
Mrs. Nettie J. Leapheart, Bruce and Mrs. Leila Brunson, co-
3 to 5 p. m. by the Stewardess
chairmen.Mrs. .
chairman of finance committee
Board 1 of the St Paul AME
Miss Veatrice Washington, Miss Rebecca Holley chairman '
John L. Almond Eunice Coker and Miss Clemen- PLANNING FOR ANNIVERSARY Members of the.Ladies: Auxiliary to the Railway Station of the music committee; Mrs. M. Church.

i tine Brown, assistants. Workers Alliance are seen as they met recently in the horn of Mrs. Alma J. Mitchell to outline plans Stewart, co-chairman; chairmanof Mrs. Clara Albertie, Mrs. Thel- !
ma Bellimy Mrs. Meltonia
Official EditorIs ,
Other ladies actively serving on for the celebration of the organization's anniversary, on October 14. Shown here from left to right are: public relations is Miss C. G. Mrs. Alxada Lily
Floyd, Mrs. Ruse and
i other committees are Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Eva )Hines Mrs Lucille Batson. Mrs. Mabl. Moss Mrs. Laura Williams Mrs. Lena Mercer, and Mrs. Hoffman; Mrs. Alice Benekin, cochairman Mrs. Sease will render vocal I
Speaker For I Hamilton, Miss Charlotte Rousseau ; Miss C. G. Hoffman, numbers 1
Al maRev. MitchelL ., -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO 'and Mrs. Annie Felton and
Miss Shirley Benekin, Miss Alta-
Miss Beatrice Golden, Mrs. Mrs.
Mary Lasters,
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readings.
ACE Mary Wyles, Mrs. DorothySteele, mease Lay and Miss Mary Brown
League i Mrs. Essie Mae Simpson, Miss Charles J. Crosby St. Paul AME Church NotesThe will be in charge of the youth de- serve Mrs.punch Junell during Richebacker the occasion.will 1
partment and Mrs. L. G. Jones
Ethel Hamilton, Mrs. Thelma
Mrs. Annie
Gibbs Is
On Sunday at 5 p.,m. John L. Johnson, Mrs. E. Coker Mrs. Will Conduct Services Plans will serve as pastor of the day. the board. presidentof

Almond will be the main speaker Jeanette White M r s. Luella At First Born TempleThe !Iispiriag Rev. Hill; Norris Jr. has Mesdames Vivian Stevens, Mar-

for the Allen Christian Endeavor Evans, Mrs. Dorothy Wallace, announced that a father'and son L garet Stewart, Hazel Mainor,
League at St. Paul AME Church.He Mrs. Norma Walker and Mrs. Services 'Sunday revival will begin on Sunday at Johnnie Hodge, Marie Singleton, COME OUT. .

will use as his subject, "Isthe Myrtis Bradley. 'Rev. Charles J. Crosby, 7:30 p. m. in the St.Matthew Baptist Helen Bruce, Vivian Stevens To BEAUTIFUL

Government Growing Away Captains will be Mrs. Eliza pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. The meeting will Emma Wilkerson, Macon Watson,
From the People?" Johnson, Mrs. E. Coker Mrs. Church, Southside, is scheduled to Inspiring services are plannedfor continue through Sept 23 during A. Williams, S. G. Jones, Celes MAGNOLIAGARDENS

-Mr. Almond is managing editor Luella Evans, Mrs. Mary Wyles, conduct an after service on Sunday Sunday at the St Paul AME which time Rev. Hill Sr.will assist tine Waye Rosa Lee Boykins, Re- 1
Church, located at 13th
and
for the Florida Municipal Record, Mrs. Daisy Wallace, Mrs.' Marie at 8:30: p. m. in the First Born his son. becca Holley. Annette Higgins,I
official publication of the Florida Temple, 825 W. Monroe Street Myrtle Avenue, where 'Rev. A Norma Lee Sutton Eliza Brown j
Smathers, Mrs. Grace Gibbs, Mr: James great spiritual time is ex :
League of Municipalities; former Estelle Rousseau, Mrs. Essie Bar- Elder. A. Hill is minister of the A. Roberts, pastor, will pected. and Rachel Hills will serve as Anjl Inspect t I
church. preach at 11 o'clock on the sub-
president of the City Council ofNew nett, Mrs.Mary Davis, Mrs. Ella captains.
ject, "You Can't Please The New Homes
Rev. will be Everybody j
Bedford, Mass.. and for Crosby accom-
many Scott, Mrs. Ruby Felton Mrs. ." Usher Board 1 of ML Mo rich
years was affiliated with two national Anna Riser Mrs. Juanita Wyatt panied by his choirs, ushers and AM Church will celebrate Us Now Being Built
members of his Other services include Sunday ,
magazines. He is a veteranof and Mrs. Essie Mae Smith. congregation. School 51st anniversary on Sunday at J.W.J. ,PRINCIPAL 1
at 9:30 a. m., with Supt
,
World War I and vice Two or Three
past 3:30 p. m. in the church.
commander: of the American Le celebrations.The Sweet and his teachers in chargeof WILL BE SPEAKER
Rev. Richard Jackson sary the classes. The Rev. H. L. Jenkins will deliver Bedroom Homes .
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is scheduled to
program
gion.According The Allen Christian Endeavor the main address. FOR LAYMEN EVENT Concrete Block
to forum committee begin at 3 p. m. ,
Delivers Main AddressAf League will'observe the third The church is located at Stonewall
chairman, Andrew Boston, sufficient The Rev. G. W. Miller Rev. E. anniversary and Brick Homes
time will be given for ques- ,2nd Baptist EventThe H. Howell, Alexander Heard, Mrs. of its Monthly Forumat and Oak Streets. Arthur Madry, principal of
which time the will Monthly Mortgage
tions and the discussion will be of Ida Jackson, Mrs. Claudett Fields, speaker James Weldon Johnson Junior
great value tOoth>! citizens of the Reverend Richard Jackson, :Miss Marva Lee Hilton, Mrs. Le- be John L. Almond. The service High School, is speaker for the '
pastor of St. John Baptist Churchat nora Harris Harry Simmons, Mrs. will begin at 5 o'clock in the main Music Event! Laymen celebration scheduled for PAYMENTSStart 1

city.This will be the 36th monthly Orange Park, Fla. will deliver Margie Ferrell, Richard Jackson, auditorium of. the church. Sunday ,at St. Paul AME Churchat as Low as ..
forum of the St Paul League of the main address tin Sunday when Allie Roundtree,':Mrs.Nellie Byrd The night service starts at 7 Is Slated For 3:30 p. m. $42.31-PER MONTH
which Alexander Cottrell,is president districts 10 and 25 of the Second Albert Collier and others will i o'clock with' sermon by the pas- The Ada Bracey Choir the St
Baptist Church observe anniver- participate bn the program. ,tor. Paul Gospel Chorus and the Male and up .
Accord1nQtotheType
WOMEN'S DAY Central Baptist Chorus of St Paul will furnishthe
The women are making plans music assisted by other participants Plan You Choose

for the celebration of Women's including F. Frank MAGNOLIA
Don GARDEN
Day on Sunday, Oct.. 28th. Mrs. An' "Extravanza of Music" is aldson, Sr. J.- A. Watson, C. E. '
Erma L. Bryant who has been planned for Sept 3Q at 8 p. m. by Lee, J. L. Williams, A. L. Rut HOMES
GAS RANGE SALE! named general chairman, has ap- Choir 1 of the Central BaptistChurch. land, W. D. Sweat, R. H. Polote Have the Following

pointed captains and other' officers and Joseph COppage Special Features and

for the day who are workingto Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson will be George London is president of Conveniences

make it one of the greatest.,featured soloist and Mrs. Edwina the group and Mrs. H. Hart is Asphalt Tile or Oak
financial efforts'in the history of Mosely, guest artist Mrs. Gussie president of the Ladies Auxiliary. Floors

Florence Gas the church. Tucker and Mrs. Ada V. Nortonare Both groups are expected to Carports .
RangesNO to appear in organ selections. attend. Patios

"The Bells of St Mary" willa be Large Landscaped Lots

FRATERNAL NOTES featured selection on piano and Factory Finished Cabinets ..
MEN OF ST.
JAMES
organ with the added charm of Hot Water Heaters

MONEY DOWN chimes. The choir will be heardin PLAN CELEBRATION Space Heaters '
PALLBEARERS LODGEIS .
'" Tile Bathrooms
0 Light Eternal" by Miles and .
ORGANIZED .
"The Radiant Morn" by Wood I Exhaust Fans 1
Pallbearer's Lodge No. 224 was ward. The men of St James AME Concrete Drive Strips 1

organized this week at Walter Church have completed organization NO SEPTIC TANKS 1
24 MONTHS TO PAY Jonas Lawrence, a member of for their
Memorial Church with Mrs. Lois celebration Sunday Complete Water Treat'meat
Choir 2 is to in
Cain, deputy of the Pallbearer's appear special in the church Plant and Sewage
Grand Union ILodges in charge. numbers in addition to sextette Prince J. McIntosh is general Disposal System I

,. Mrs. Essie"Campbell was elect- selections 'and vocals from Choir chairman the day's activities. Walking Distance to
"Buy at Duval Pay at Dural"A
ed president 3 Mrs Bessie,Bank, 1. Russell Cook, George *McIntosh, Schools
? Models 'To:Choose From vice-president Rev. A. Roger, E. Dorsey is president of the J,Phillips,' Harold McIntosh, Willie i Comity School Bus

business manager; Mrs. Mattie choir, Mrs. Ada V. Norton, direct- Dow, Eugene Murph will be An County Approved

Calhoun, financial secretary; Mrs. ress and the"Rev. Leander Jones, captains. Paved Roads

Essie Carter,.recording, secretaryand pastor.Ministers'., \ The support of the entire mem- I City Bus Service
Mrs. Mary Heard, board bership is expected.The City Mall Delivery

FREE member.J. Rev. J. A.Gilyard is pastorof Spacious Rooms
Pick the Home of Your
W. Francis, vice president of Wives GroupTo the church. Choice Now Before

Pallbearer Lodge 189 was honored HENRY GORDON AME They Are All Sold
Meet At Mt. SinaiThe
guest of Deputy. Cain in this I

" meeting. SET FOR MEN'S DAYMen's MAGIIOLI1.Improye.eal
Ham Ore The Rev. W. ,R. Robinson is Baptist Minister's Wives .

grand president; Mrs. Lois Cain, Alliance will have a business
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Day is slated for Sept 23
deputy and Rev. G. W. Miller, re- meeting on Monday at 5 p. m. in at
Henry Gordon AME Church
porter. Mt Sinai.Baptist Church.
TurkeyINSTALLATION The men of the church are actively
Lodge The Sarah McGinnis Missionary engaged in organizing and presenting Corp.
will m..t
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Society of New Bethel AME
various activities to
on Wednesday night Sept 13, at Church are to meet Sunday at 4 this affair. support 2478 W. Edgewood ,

" 8 p. m. at 1082 Dam SL Businessof p. m. in the home of Mrs. Elnora ,A barbecue, is to be given on Phone PO 5-2614

And 'DELiVERY importance to be discussed. McBride, 1481 Windle St Saturday on the church grounds. !
.Rev. G. W.Miller is the president.THE Stewardess Board 1 of New .
, With Each ,RM+ge\\ seW Bethel will meet Sunday at 4 p. 1

5- m. at 1349 Rushing Street Comfortable
LUCKY JOHN CO.. Always -
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Essence ... '$oc""' ''. UCCBUS, RITZ THEATRE
[ Priced Fast LMck Happy Happy Home, REGISTER NOW .
$1 Lu95HIGHEST Success, Lucky Preset. .. Prices art 221 EAST ADAMSIf TODAY i 1
.. 1-lb. $.90 2-"' .. $.75 5-lfcs. TOMORROW SEPTEMBER 14-15 .
" $4.00 10-lb. $3.00. Rod Cameron end Yvonne DeC.,.. .. j
TRADE-IN From Luck and Lovely lady lab;'$.95, ,: ,* "RIVER LADY" 7
2-lbs. $1.80.1,1.. $4.23,10-tbs.. Worried Troubled and -
;, ALLOWANCES AND TRADE'Duval $9.00. i, Dome Axdrews Kent Smith. !I. t,,
(ESSCKO of the highest qualityFereia In Doubt "COMANCHE"

bread 1 doze $3.50 2 EXTRA ADDED! _. ,, !f
doze $6.50 5 dezea $16.50.All c.lt:
prices are .......... N. COD. MADAM "THE NAT KING COLE STORY IN SONG"
No orders accepted ....r.$5.00: and Serial and Cartoon
Co. All orders up to $25.00 or more STARt I ,
Appliance will receive 10% i* ....re..diu.W. Reader adFertwe STARTING SUNDAY 4 BIG DAYS i
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Relations Council Seeks Change State Constitution : 4:


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J New Caasiilaiion Group Requested Consiitilion Day Observes AnniversaryThe Man Draws SentenceFor New AdministratorOf .


Te Delete School I Segregation Clause Program Is Set I I Illegally' Wearing FAMU-Hospital.- **

., Army Officer's Uniform yd '

DAYTONA' BEACH' The executive director of the Florida For September! 17On I *

f Council of Human Relations, William K. Williams asked Clarence Lewis a member of a 1
the Florida Constitution Advisory Commission to delete the section secret oath taking organization
.1 of the 1885 state constitution requiring segregation in the public Monday at 8 p.m. local com- was sentenced to three months in 1
.i '-t_. I munity and civic organizationswill : prison by U. S. District Judge ;e

He plans to present. a prepared ization whose aim is to promote sponsor a Constitution Day Byran Simpson after Lewis had

statement to the commission at better relations between racial Ball program Park.in the Myrtle Avenue pleaded guilty to a charge he illegally ". 4

its public hearings on the pro- and other groups in the state. wore a uniform bearing :) A1Bd1 -
The is in observanceof S. .
posed new constitution in Jack- program y. Army insignia.On.
sonville Thursday. the 169th anniversary of the Aug. 21, Lewis who carrieda
Group Is NamedTo adoption of the Constitution. S s"M card designating him as a second -
The statement asks that the
Ernest D. Jackson local attor- lieutenant in the World Union
section be deleted as invalid Select Site ney, is speaker for the occasion. Organization, was taken into cus- uASSUMES &
under the law of the land as
Atty, Jackson is a member of tody on West Ashley St. by the ad1
spelled out by the U S. Supreme
Second Baptist Church where he Shore PatroL An FBI agent told
Court and as contrary to the For Beach- *
Negro serves as departmental super- the court that Lewis at that time
spirit of the preamble recommended ifif.
intendent of the Sunday SchoolHe was under the influence of alcohol A 'tip of the Pepsi Cap U J
by the advisory commission Sarasota -The Sarasota County is a Mason a member of the Rev G. Curry pastor of I and was wearing an overseas cap theta .utit BdlDK 7*.aAmericans. k
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for a revised Florida consti- .hp asks
- tution.: Commission named the committee -,American Legion and Alpha Friendship: Baptist Church At- with officer's braiding summer eonntiyt ou eouBVttj
of'businessmen to select Omega Fraternity. lantic Beach will observe his type uniform shirt and trousers a letter pl&ee"which to Ore. "
It declares the section 'clearly possible sites for a beach to be I Mrs. Ernestine Flowers Mrs." fourth. anniversary as pastor on I and the regulation insignia of U. M *
of no force: and eq.ec and recom- used by colored people: George Ethel Davenport and Milton Hood Sunday and lhe church. Us 35th S. Army second lieutenant and of
mends that it 'be deleted from Higgins chairman pf the committee -I will furnish music for the affair. anniversary. +t Ian Army warrant officer. DUTIES,AS FAM-U ** *. *

our basic law along with other said the group.would start its Dr. Nelson Spaulding will give The Rev M. P. Brown is to Lewis told Asst. U. S. Atty. HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR- __ ,;
obsolete provisions of the 1885 work at once. !I the occasion; C.:Parham Johnson deliver the morning message and John L. Briggs members of the Theodore W. Frazier is the new
constitution.! A smouldering controversy has master of ceremonies and Dr. the Rev. R. W. Jackson pastor of organization take a secret oath, administrator of the Florida A & i *

The Florida Council on Human been.developing for over a year I Hunter Satterwhite and Atty; D. StJohn Baptist Church. the the text of which Lewis could not M University HospitaL Mr. Fras- J
.Relations is an interracial organ- over beach facilities for colored. J W. Perkins will make remarks. closing message reveaL ier is a native of Jacksonville. He .
received the bachelor of science
degree from Virginia Union University *
and the master of hospital
SMOKERS EVERYWHERE
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MINNIE L. REED *
r Autumn Tea is scheduledfor New Stanton senior
Sept. 23 from 4 to 6 p. m. by High School f*
the Young Women's Auxiliary of This UB-10 student is saluted -
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Tabernacle Baptist Church in the for her contribution to
home of Mrs. Lucile Williams, her nity.school She is and a member commu of *
1705 Academy Street. the Glee Club, reporter ofthe
New Stanton Senior *
An invitation'has been extended High Y-Teens, and president -
VICEROYS ,. 1 to other young women's auxil- Christmas of the Savings Sewing and. ,

the iaries city of to the attend.churches throughout *

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will observe an anniversarytea :
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)\ p. r 4N' 6 p. m. in the home of Mr. and : : .
Mrs. Anderson 1455 Spearing St. *

A program has. been' prepared .:
. for'this occasion. *

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+M n ,y 'y' Tea Table Captains *

f Named For AffairWhen MELVIN JEROME LANG
New sunton Sealer
High School
; Lang Is member of Na-
x e :, the Educational Board of: tional Honor Society (J.
W. Johnson Chapter) and
the First Corinth Baptist Church is vice-president of 12B-1
: sponsors its tea on Sept. 30 at 4 class. He resides In New
Berlin and is member of
-r T:3: p. m.. Mrs. Emma Lewis and Mrs. New Berlin Water Ski
Club. He won first place.
: < : Mamie Marlow will serve as cap- Junior division In recent
.j." tains of the tea tables.A water ski tournament
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Cubs barnstorming clubs will BETTY JEAN AS QBENew *

meet in a 25-game series, startingin Stanton Senior *
Buffalo two days after the High School

World Series and winding up on This young lady serves as *
the West CoastNewcombe's soloist for Stanto-Musi-
Cho and U a Junior. She *
club will include is an active member in
Roy Campanella, Dodger catcher; church her Sunday where School she serves and *
Newcombe, Brooks Lawrence and la the church choir. She
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New York Giants and Hank 11 AJA.

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fate Sla THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, 'September IS. 1954
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News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida 1



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'About FloridaATLANTIC Hennessy's Presents Gifts
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CfM City -._._. .. -. ..,..-.. ,. .. .
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,BEACH : :. .1 s ;":I 1: ;j -I--I.t. u _.

BT The fourth anniversary celebra- ;: VVPa SECRETof

E. A. KERSHAW tion for the Rev. G. Curry and : a great drink

the 35th anniversary of the
NO UQUOllRlAtHl
t t ;264 OsceoU Friendship Baptist Church will>e
> NO LIQUOR JASTI.RfInc I
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observed on Sunday.

The Rev. M. P. Brown is slatedto I D2rflk9Jfi4t3311tJ.J&
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deliver the morning message
TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA... _U. Tis in the wind that Mrs. A. C. and the Rev. R. W. Jackson, pas- Tla araTiZ

Many, manyfolks scurried for Howell, counselor and guidance tor of the St. John Baptist Church, A
coyer at Lincoln High,*School $
Sunday mom'through Mon. director the evening message. ;,

day Slight as*the mercury fell may move "on the hilL Dr.'Mel- The pastor has requested the

downward here in the capital city.Kepslers vin Alston admits that he's been choirs and ushers to be fully uni-

who had left their.wrappings after her for many moons. Note: formed. : 4 +4

in "storage.'were.down on The new moon may bring about a S ,

the main drag but early Mondayand change. If Mrs. Howell decides to WILLISTONThe

Tuesday 'forking over that move over who will move up?" is
: Rev. S. H Hawkins, a missionary -
bread so that they could unleash the question.
will deliver the 11 a. m.
their long-lime-no-see Tines or
message on Sunday in the New
what have you. ,Gas bills were
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paid but pronto and local fuel oil Football is in the air and the Hope Baptist Church.Pallbearer's ,. w VV ....
Lodge 11 will meet
curtain-raiser is the be-
distributors :did a bang-up bizx. game
tween Phenix City, Ala. and the Sunday at 12 noon with the Rev.R. .

... Lawrence Hargrove, owner and local Lincoln Tigers. This game Sams, presiding 1J.

manager of local Orange and comes off the night of Sept. 15th The Home' Mission Society. is
scheduled to meet Sunday afternoon -
Green Drive In Restaurant recently at 8 p. m. on Centennial Field.
in the home of Mrs. Lenora ,
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returned-from. New York Taylor. "Use Good Judgment"will ": 4 $. :t;;.. .Y.Te .':.': ;i Z y.IM. N :' ,,,,. .

and he is''loaded with ,ideas and Come October 1st of Talla- GIFTS FOR BOAT RACERS Winners in the New Berlin Labor
one be the topic for discussion. Day boat races.: Leon T. Nel-

'then some} hassee's most versatile young men Recent visitors in the city were son. Israel Stalling and R.. J. Nelson are shown as they were presented with Hennessy's Cognac clay LIlI

will open a radio and TV repair Mr. and Mrs. J. Jamison, Mr. and castings by Isiah White. representative for Consolidated Distributors liquor distributors of Jacksonville
'- Radio' Station WTNT will be shop. 'Twill be a first ''for the Mrs. R.'C. Calhoun, Mr. and Mrs. '

all-out for::winning the studentsof Capital City. And, with that this Lee Haynes 'and Mrs. Julia Cal- 1 .. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO ---- -- ---

FAUU'and, FSU commencing is my last note. So, until houn.

Monday darkfalL There are to be next week .111 be seeing you

wailing sessions beamed to those from 204 Osceola St. or dial TALLAHASSEEMrs. .L. O. Wright, librarian; Mrs. W.

two state institutions; and believe 25089. Annie Baldwin is to serveas Putnam County NewsBY Williams, secretary; Mrs. Carrie S

you me the reception will be tre chairman and Miss Floy Britt, J. VREEN II I Banks, lunch room manager; Mrs.
mendous. There will be .E. Annie Parnell
progres- I assistant; Dan
co-chairman on Sept. 30 when 108 Madison Street. Palatka. Florida
sive rhythm and blues Talahasse Teen Topics; custodian
jazz
pops, Women's Day is observed inBethel 'I Savage, and Mrs. F.
and rock, and roll music in pack- AME Church. Phone East 5.3025 I. Savage, maid.:

ages that will,berilost digestable.! I
Holmes Serving on other committeesfor IM U
This move is the result of a survey By Betty Jean Mrs. Rosana Taylor Dunmore, the city last week from Sarasota Mel'C LLie. I

made by an authorized groupof Tallahassee, Florida "Hello! this occasion wilt be Mrs. S. formerly of this city who now where she was called due to the The Westminister Choir of the
finance Mrs. A. G.
K. Russell, ;
tabulators who came up with Hoped you enjoyed your summer resides in Chester, Pa. is visitingher illness of her father, who is now Laura Street Presbyterian Churchof

the astounding report that the I vac tion.n "Did you make that Greenlee music; Mrs. Archie Peacock En- sister and brother-in-law Mr. reported improving in her home. Jacksonville is to appear in a
Mrs. A. C.
decoration
average student attending the exciting trip?" These and similar gram, ; and Mrs. Hanford Cooper.Mr. recital on Sept. 21 at 7:30 p. m.
sounds were heard around Lincoln publicity;.Mrs. A. F. Nims, in the Mt. Vernon. 80 and 100 Proof.'Madefrom
universities here in CC spends $5 Miss Lula Mae McMiller, a sen- Presbyterian

per day. Merchants, especially as well as other high school program'; Mrs. W. K. Perkins, and Mrs. James R. JenkinsJr. ior at Jones High School, is the Church. The Rev. W. B. Miller is Grain by Relsky&Cie

:eateries, are mainly the sponsors and junior high school campusesin ushers patrons;and Mrs.Mrs.Mildred'Ruth Morris Moten,, and children of Philadelphia, house guest of" her' aunt, Mrs. minister of the church. Cockeysville. Md., U.S.A.

of, sgid program Which proves the capital city Tuesday as School Pa. are.visiting relatives here. Martha Hill.

that hard, long hours of studying classmates and chums greeted Sunday :

work up an, appetite. Say, don't each other after a long summer MACCLENNYA .. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coach- Faculty members at Central!

you want to join yours truly in an vacation. School started off witha man and their children and Mrs. Academy Elementary School for I!

obodadous snack? bang! So, let'; end it that way. joint meeting was held recently Pearl Fells and daughter, Kay, grade one are Mrs. N. G.

You know ""A good beginning in the Keller High School have returned to the city follow Mrs. R. M. Coley Mrs. O.Jackson,1

You will have--to see it to believe makes a good ending. with PTA members from nearby'I ing a vacation in the East. ber and Mrs. G. W. Bob
communities. A. Keller presidedat HudsonAND
it-but: the newly completed Everyone seems to think this is Grade two: Mrs. Z. Brooks, Mrs.

home of FAMU assistant coach, an era of total "rock 'n rolL" lit- the meeting. i Charlie' Mitchell of Savannah! Evelyn Alston, Mrs. K. Greene

Macon (Body Builder) Williams, tle do they know that many Miss Hazel McKinney made an I arrived here Saturday, to join his and Mrs. G. Harmon.

is*without question the finest in nights teen-agers will lay "rock 'n appeal for the cafeteria needs anda wife who has been the house I Grade three! Mrs.: F. Tillman,

these here parts. The view from roll" aside and sit in a corner total of $30.05 was received. guest of her cousin, Mrs.. Eliza Mrs. M.' Stewart, Mrs. M. Davis

his.window is the most to say the somewhere in the house and scan The. next meeting is scheduledfor Knight. and Miss M. L. Mullen. '
2 with J. Jefferson
October
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least. It located A breeze from the newspapers, or watch TV, Grade four Mrs. M. McCloud,

town in Oak KnolL Oak Knoll is check magazines for articles on first vice president presiding. Mrs. Flossie Belton of N. 10th Mrs. M. Brewer, and Mrs. M. T. :

without question the most exclu integration developments (a much St. is reported improving follow- Davis. Sugar SugarSugarCOMING /

sive Negro subdivision in West concern of gobs of teen-agers I WOBSPROGRAM ing a serious illness. Grade five: Mrs. F. Taylor MissR. ,

Florida. know of both races), and they Taylor Mrs. T. B. Williams. and :

even study occasionally. (I bet SCHEDULE Mrs. Carrie Hicks and Billie W. Wilson.

J. Lang Kershaw motored in you are surprised.) Moore spent an enjoyable vacation Grade six: Miss'I. Thomas, MissA.

from the magic city Miami, over Speaking of "rock 'n roll" MONDAY FRIDAY in New York. Williams, Mrs. C. Stoudmire, YOUR WAY

the week-end on his way to Atlanta that sensational Elvis Presley has 444 444 tit Capsule lip OB News. Weather W. White, coach; Mrs. H. O. Bel-

Ga.. where he attended the hit this area like a bombshell.Fm 44 710, Heaven's One) Read (Merria. Mrs. Sallie Hough, returned'H,to ton, Miss D. Gordon Heath Mrs.

annual SIAC Coaches and Officials telling you, you can't leave tie '"' 743 Capsale: 'News Weather
743 (44 the Kid (Boh Hedsea) 7:00
to 9:00 A.M.
meeting.
the capital city out We love him s:se la Capsule: News Weather '-
here just like they love him allover 1:13 te The Kid (bob Hrndsan)
Stffl ,:0 Capsale Newt Weather .
Coach "Jake" Gaither and his America..The question that u I .43 1444, Joapta with Johnny

good wife Mrs. Sadie Gaither, puzzles me' most is, "How long I 1444 1443. Capsale(Johnny News Shaw)* Weather 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.

along with assistant' public relation will he last?" Maybe I should 1.:13,11:11 Gospel Train Number One
: (Melvin Grace) ,
man D.'C. Collington, all of have. asked, "How long can he lire 1143 Capsale Newi Weather
1143 12e Gospel Train Namher One
FAMU returned from Atlanta "
last? Teen-agers everywhere are I (Marvin Grace)
.Ga, Sunday after having attended 124 12:15 Local News Joyce jGsNEIi'S4i
really wild, wild. over his cra-zeee leper) OVER
the Coacher and Officials annual singing and guitar playing. My 12m 1234 Man oa Street (.Shaw IMadsen
I'm told that D. C. )
meeting. gang goof over his "Heartb ak :3e 125 Joe Mart (Joyce Joyaer)
Collington will be in there cover- 2:4S lit A Woman's World (Joyce
Hotel, "Don't Be Cruel, "I Want Joyner)
ing all the way for the FAMU You, I Need You" and "Hound let 143 Capsule New Weather :

-Rattlers. Dog." Took a poll the other day 113.2.1Geepd Two (Melvin Train,Grace Number) / N 'WOILDII FASTEST HLLING < WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S -
244 243 Capsale News Weather
amongst my schoolmates and you 243 34e Gospel Train. Number HAM $STRAIGHTEN
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Brown know the answer They go for Vwe Melvin Grace) .
34e 343 Cajwnle News Weather -
,returned to- this city after having "Elvis the Pelvis" and they 343 44C Jmmpi with Johnny td

,motored to Nashville, Tenn., WANT him here to stay. (Johnny gnaw) WACKWNWATAUOBW .
4I413 Capsule News Weather
-Where enrolled their daughter .. ONLY; ALL NEGRO
they Many of the '56 male grads of ,443 -.S4C Jontptn with Johnny a e.
(Johnny Shaw)
Cornelia Ann, in Fisk. Cor- the local high schools (YAM and S4t S43 espouse: News Weather SOLD t
nelia is honor of Lincoln S43 t4 Jnatpin wtth Johnny PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
an grad Mte4 I ell
? Geed fcorto
Lincoln) have joined some part of (Johnny Shaw) shops
High School. The Brown's talk tit 1:13 Capsnl News Weather
the Armed Forces. A very worthy %
113.131 The Kid (Dab Hudson)
is all about Atlanta and its fine -
&ATUKCAT4e
choice should think: Among
fabulous homes which are owned < alp Oa ASK fO* IT BY NAV.W. TODAY!
these: were Edward Howard, .44 443 Capsule News Weather
by sepia folks. 443 -I. Heaven's Read (Melvin
.. Ralph Robinson, Sol Ryals, Rich- Grace)
1360 ON
ard Bright Ray Yarn, Ralph 744 > 743 Capsule News Weather EVERY RADIO DIAL"
Mrs. Julia ,Osborne has recently ,:0 144 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
Wade and Lenorris Richardson.You all'- ...., Capsule: News Weather
hit CC after a short breather Iii fit The Kid (Bob Hndson)
should have seen them while ,4e 143 Capsule News weather
at the Motor City where she visited -
1444 with .
they were here on leave a few 143 Jompia Johnny
he m&ther. Tha,spots left,her Johnny Shaw)
days ago. They really looked cool 1444 1443 Capsule News Weather
without a spot (money). But she 1443, 1144 Goepel Tenth Number One -
in their various uniforms.. And .
Melvin Grace
did 'em up and she_did 'em down. 1144 1143 Capsule( News )* Weather OHOH/LXK
they were the mostest to say the
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And nobody's mad with.nobody 1143 1244 Gapes train Number One WHAT I IFOUND7 py
least! (Melvyn Grace) \ .
tail 12:1 Local News (Joyce 'o FRS
The and gals are eagerly Joyner)
local guys .
Tommie Harris, bell hop. 12:13.121/ Man OB Street (Shaw -
awaiting the 15th of September. Hndsoa)
has been tagged by femmes on
That's Saturday night You :now 12:34 1245 Joe Mart (Joyce JUeloper !
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the main stem as "Mr. Esquire. 12x5111 A Woman's
that the Lincoln Tigers will take )
That kafs changes to a chamef- lttool:13 Capsule News Weather
leon. And that's actually puttingit on Phenix City, Ala. in the first 113.21 Gospel Train, NvmeerTwe
football of the in (MelrtB Grace)
mildly Speaking of bellhops game season 1:11Zt2 Capcnlo News Weather
Tallahassee. Won't you join me in 513. 344 Jmmpia with Johnny
the question is,
,$54,000 ; Johnny Shaw)
"Why did top roan A. D.Williams pulling like mad for Coach Sulli- 310.313 Capsule News Weather 1
143-444 Jumpts. With Johnny,
van's Thanks!
Mighty Tigers
:put, down the Duval Hotel" (Johnny Shaw)
It will' be tough eliminating .:11 441 Capsule News Weather 1I
443 544 Jnmpia with Johnny I
< Dft. LUCKY JOHNbill students who are out for the pep Cap Shaw) COU T NfMTNI FNIIYgF TLAfN.1Y0UR50N
1:11 843 > News A Weather
1 Sal reveal the truth i iIwre1 i.
squad at Lincoln this, They
year. 543 444 Jutpin With Johnny
I. k. Need ..ytfci.9? For
( Shaw
Johnny )
load $2.00 for blesses (the gals) have some real strong BUTI.ApY- nIIT'SMY
klure rr < 444 tit The Kid (Deb Hndsoa) OHS!
}rater t. veer fast,Lack Treet.t voices. All of 'em. But little ,dy- 434 Sign OffIUNDAY p-

... $5... Mecef' $10.00 ... namic Wilma Baulkman a senior, 1:11 lip OB 1

.p. w -. Write te still has the strongest voice. If 1:11 744 Heaven's Read (Mel-rtn
1UCXY JOHN CO. Grace)
P. 0. Bex, 1963.; Oekl.... Calif. her voice is a sample of the spirit ,:11- 734 Heaven's Road

that the Lincoln.Tigers have this 7:31tt I 4e 134 Lattmore oral Roberts Gapel Singers-

better:look out all 1St- 144 Heaven's Read
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you
STOP I LOOK NOW I year Lea 1444 Bishop Johnson
opponents! ISIS 1434 lire Gospel TROUGH
Will yea send year birth, dates eaves
end self addressed envelope to The Tallahassee Teens Center 1434 1144 Heavens Read
A. M. A e.t. 244 Metarrre St.. 1144 1244 Beavea's Read
Dept.. J., SAVANNAH, GEORGIA has moved to larger quarters on 1251-111 Roavea's Road
111tI5 Heaven's Road
mm4 receive a plastic crosses? West Brevard Street. Make it 244-234 Heaves Road (S. Darby)
The Puce Is 0.Iy $1.00 your business"to visit the center 234 .. 334 ShDeh Baptist Church
590.4:31 L A. WffliamsApectottc I
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Mey
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rep Lnisiua DETROIT Mich An official With Patterson

announcement has been made by
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CHI CAGO The recenUy The National Boxing Association
passed Louisiana Jaw banning that William C Matney, Jr., EXe- 4 '. ,: HAVANA Cuba -The National -

interracial mixing i in ,sports received cutive secretary of the Michigan >v 1wv wsx Boxing Association, in its meet C
;' s Vy ing in Havana adopted a plan that
another slap in the ,face Boxing Commission since' 1951, a Yx
when the Chicago ,Cubs an- has been appointed to the newlycreated would give light heavyweight

nounced that they would switch post of Public Relations champion Archie Moore a heavy-

'their minor league training camp Director of the NBA. 7 ,eel e weight title match.

from Lafayette, La, to 'Mesa, The appointment i ,was made by The plan was in the form of a

Ariz:, beginning next spring JBA president ,Floyd Stevens resolution presented by Commis-

The Cubs' front Office an- following official approval of the sioner Abe J. Greene that pro-

nounced that a new grandstandwith new department at the Associa- vided:

dormitories underneath will tion's recent national conventionin. 1 ''AJii ,s. dJ I-That Archie Moore is No. 1 .

be built at Rendezvous Park the Havana Cuba Aug 1923.A on the heavyweight list and that ,

Cubs training site'to. accommodate veteran member of the Michigan Floyd Patterson is right behind isi V 1 'v

,Commission Matney was him. The winner of a fight be-
the 200 players from the __m_ __..__ ......_
Cubs' minor league team first appointed by Gov. G. Men- tween the two would be recog-
nen Williams 1949 as Detroit nized the cham UNDER CONTRACT William
as heavyweight
The
minor league clubs will Board member : (Bill) Lucas son of Mr. andMrs.
of
pion the world.
train after the Cubs"daily work- .
Eugene Lucas of 1251 Steele
He resigned in 1951 to
accept 2 That the NBA make immediate
outs on a nearby high school diamond an -
Court has signed a contract with
the position of executive secre- :::: 5s inquiry into the conditionof
p the Milwaukee Braves of the National
tary, thereby becoming the first Patterson's right hand to find
The Cubs' minor league clubs League. He Is a student at
Negro, ever to serve in that capacity out how soon he will be able to
formerly trained at Lafayette, for the State of Michigan meet Moore. Florida A & M University and a
La. but the new law killed that The public relations depart- graduate of Stanton High School.
,because there are Negroes playing 3-If Patterson cannot fight
.' ment was seated in an effort to x a !
on the minor league teams. soon, the winner of the Sept. 26
f effect a closer relationship'J J between : SOUTHERN COACHES
"' -- "' v > '< '; bout in Pittsburgh between Bob
member states and to release DUAl cuvV&na =trainers in zne oo Baker and Tommy "Hurricane-
"' information of NBA news shown here. Left'to right: Class "C""-Carl Thomas third place: Leon Nelson. runner-up; Israel Stalling AND OFFICIALS MEET
Jackson should Moore for
fight
SATCHEL PAIGE!
WINS and activities to the public. winner. Class 'B-Hal Red Pomery: runner-up;_ George Christopher, winner. Class "A" Cham- the title on the condition that

MARLINSI"1 M Yl AWARD "Matney, 32, will remain in his pionship Division. L. Harrison runner-up;,Miss Catharine Nelson holding her father's permanent Baker or Jackson showed enough ATLANTA The 34th annual

capacity with the Michigan Com- trophy: B. J. Nelson holding Schaefer's Southeastern Championship three leg trophy won by his boat class to warrant a title bout. meeting of the Southern Coaches

mission. He is a journalist by pro- "Rag Mop" and piloted by Berthel Simpkins of Orlando: Thomas FraiL business manager and Edward and Official Association was held
MIAMI Fla.- Leroy '"Satchel" fession and is managing editor, of Hol!. Commodore, New Berlin Outboard Motor Club. Inc and J.D. Brooks area representative of TheF. The NBA said it adopted the Sept. 8-9 with a very large attend-

Paige along with outfielder Cal the Michigan Chronical in Detroit .. fc M. Schaefer Brewing Company donors of all trophies. proposal to prevent the heavy- ance from all over the Southern
Abrams received the Marlins weight division from "stagnating. Intercollegiate Athletic Confer-

award as the "Most Valuable ." The title was left vacant fol-
Marlins in 1956." with another beautifully pitched lowing the retirement of Rocky ence.
The Atlanta Quarterback Club
SPORTING UP game.He won the game 5:0 with frlarciano.I .
The two were chosen in a poll INTEGRATED SCHOOL nine strikeouts. The Jacksonville composed of coaches and officialsof

of local newspaper, radio and ,lefthander was also chosen the the Atlanta area was host to

television men covering the Marlins GETS NEGRO COACH eague's Most Valuable Player. Wilder Club the meeting.The .
each was presented a trophy BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON Boxing SCOA is made up of ath-
WITH EDWARD WATERS.
prior to the Miami-Havana game. OKLAHOMA CITY Historywas CURT ROBERTS. the little second Seattle on Aug. 31, and will fightin I Stanton Matthew W. Gilbert hardat I To Begin Practice letic directors and coaches of the

Abrams, who said this was the made recently when one of baseman who formerly played London England on Oct. 27. work getting ready for the seventeen schools that make up

.first time he had ever been named Oklahoma's high ranking Negro with.the Pittsburgh Pirates of Charles has his eyes on the title football season, Jacksonville will I the SIAC-

"most valuable anything" received athletes was appointed athletic the National League and now le once held and he feels that he be> in for some mighty fine football I The Wilder Athletic Club Box- There were many in attendance

his award from Herald coach of a predominately white playing second base for Columbusof has as much right to a; chance as this season. If the fans will ing Team will begin its sixth sea- from Florida, and Jacksonvillewas

Sports Writer Luther Evans. high school team. The appoint- the International League became anyone else. but if Charles can't go out and .support the teams, son as one !of the top amateurboxing" represented by J. Gardner"Nip"
teams in the South. Porcher and
Television sportscaster Jack ment' goes. into- effect immediate the fifth player in 73-years understand, the public very definitely everybody will be very happy. The Sams Taylor
team will Mon- K. D. Britt Jr.
begin practice ,
Cummings presented Paige the ly. l o pound out four home runs In a knows what his chances UP ON THE HILL at Tallahassee on
day at 7 p. m. at the Jefferson The football schedule for 1956
most valuable pitcher award. Ina -Lance ;Cudjoe who with his single game in that league. He are. the Florida A & M Rattlers -
I PooL was drawn and released. B. T.
brief talk Satch thanked the twin; brother Lawrence, starred in was the first player to do the THE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA are making ready to cope the up
is of
fans for their generous applause basketball for Langston.. University trick: .in a Columbus baseball will have-three-Negro representatives SIAC championship. With Willie All persons sixteen years of age Harvey secretary-treasurer
throughout the season "it mademe I and the Harlem Globetrottersin park. on the 1956 Olympic track Galimore and Al Frazier all set and older may try out for the the Association.

feel at home here in Miami.- 'the *4ffst has been named foot- JOE BROWN the new light- and field team that will representthe to,come through with some more team.

Paige has the. best .earned run ball and basketball coach at Mt weight boxing champion, won the U. S. They are 22-year-old of that fine ball carrying Coach The club has won five consecu-

average in the league (1.70). He St. Mary's Catholic school. title from Wallace (Bud) Smith in Charles (Deacon) Jones who will Jake Gaither and his assistantsare tive championships in the junior mGftOWNNNL YOU
New Orleans. This the first in the meter division since entering competition HURTING
Lawrence the twin brother, was compete 3,000 looking forward to -a bright -
record
has compiled a fine 11-4
coaches basketball at the all-Ne lightweight championship bout steeplechase; 25-y e a r-old Ted and prosperous season. in 1952 and was runnerupin i..eaiatt!

pitching mostly in 're ef. Satch Douglas High School in Okla- held in New Orleans in, 25-years, Wheeler, entered in the 1,500 COACH BUNKY MATTHEWS the senior division on two oc Ktftfl
struck out 78 batters while walk. gro casions. ,..* .f ooroao rte u4
A
but due to the new law in Loui- meters, and Carl Cam, 21yearold *
home City The two brothers were over at Bethune-Cookman doesn'tappear nU f from P i *tor w *
ing only 26 in 108 1/3 innings. outstanding athletes. siana concerning racially mixed basketball ace. to be too downcast over The club is expected to participate OUTGRO. ltow toodMMtl_MO to,*,"(kia ml ova'"4 nmtt UB. .
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After regular: working hours as sports he cannot defend his title RORY CALHOUN. with a win- the loss of some of his stellar I in two big tournaments this rn:.= 0

special' education teacher at Car- against a white contender. ning streak of 23 straight was performers by graduation. !year.

1s,1sdme ver Elementary school, Lance ALTHEA GIBSON. the tennis abruptly halted b y Ellsworth -

goes over to take up his coaching star who won fame' abroad has (Spider) Webb in their recent .t
St. There are added to her'tennis laurels by de- fight when Webb won by a unanimous A .,
duties at Mt Mary.
Sin Risk! (\:; :-..: -:" : ":::..l.
only two Negroes on the 30-man feating Mrs. Nana Vaughn of East decision over the unbeaten _, : :
Orange N. J. to win for the ninth White PlainS N. Y. middleweight. ,.' ..t..jOio. ,';0 -{ >- ; I Iv
squad. t.R
doctor antiseptic, .t-. : t'ZR4'
Zemo, a .
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calls it "a great exper- : ', > .
promptly; relieves itching,stops Cudjoe ... .... :. tit' p
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scratching and so helps heal and ience and says "we're all rightin Tennis Association women's sin- the A & T Aggies seems ,to be : ,-' <' I- '

dear surface rashes. Buy Extra there together." gles title. The matches ;were held in the not so good-not so bad ;; :: -f ,.-!t' .

StrexptkZe wfor zemo at Central State College, Wilber- class according to the. Aggie ;iif'Jj.L '. '' ....
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TorturePRMUPTLY DAVE POPE. formerly of the where. Bill Bell and his assistantsare $ ( ; -. ,4 4z.
Itching Cleveland Indians and once againa whipping their charges into -. '
THIS CLOWN
member of the Indians after his shape for the 1956 season. :

RELIEVER re-purchase by the Indians hit a ERNIE RUSSELL one of the nothingfiner ',.
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31&- to-675 A doctor"a' f omula- BWrthm* antiseptic double his first time at bat five Negro members>,.of'the 'University ; '!:,,

88-3-42 Zen D promptly relieves the against the New York 'Yankees. of Kansas Jayhawks is t4ti : =,'
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Itching burning of Skin Rashes. Pope was re-purchased because of expected to carry a major part of .r \: ''''
Eczema Psoriasis Ringworm andAthJete"I his power with the wood. He is a the load in the backfield for the :, -j
3 4'D Foot.Zesao stops acrateh- 1 f -
in ;
halfback
lefthanded hitter Jayhawks. He is a right

4 ing and 1Oa14abea1-17emo BUDDY YOUNG,AND LENNY with plenty of 'speed and de<:ep- y
Sing of r '<
r : r
I 5 MOORE have teamed up to give tion.GREG American

the Baltimore Colts one of the ,. BELL. MILT CAMPBELL ,
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385-88-219 fastest backfields In professional of Indiana University are I : J

football. Young was formerly a expected to supply much needed ,
22-19-56 ;c'
University of Illinois .,star and strength to the U, S. Olympic taste

Moore was the ace of the Perm team when the going gets hot in
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cis up s oy State backfield. the Olympic games that will be
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eHoM. fce'i dews "
He .Joe,.svbtmcta THE GRAMBLING COLLEGE held In Australia. Bell holds an -

He wetka fc,.H ...., I football coaching, staff composedof all-time national freshman broaa y '" .,;-
Eddie Robinson head coach jump record of 28 feet and 1/4 "

FOR SEPTEMBER 22nd WIT" lUSt A'ouell oed and his assistants,. William M. inch accomplished outdoors in the:1

ORA-JEJ: Sanders, Frederick Hobby Lorey I AAU meet in 1955 -at Boulder..

816&S Hawthorne, Otis Moore and Mel- Colo. Campbell starred in football'

iaavowuioonuci iA Mi vin Lee are all set to wage another as well a&track. He is now in the

campaign to defend, the : Army.
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AYA GARDNER"BHOWANI last.year. The Robinson coached Cincinnati"Redegsand one of the -

STRAXDSUN. JUNCTION"SUN. teams have won a total of 108 leading contenders for "Rookie .ti'

I victories with 41 defeats and 6 the Year" honors in the National '

THRU SAT. : ""TEENAGE CRIME WAVE" ties. With the coming back of sev- League beCame.th fifth batter in

SEPT. 16-22 EXTRA! BILL HALEY & COMETS eral veterans, some back from the the league to hit home runs in ...

service and several.promising re- nine national league parks this 1; .'

serves from-last year's squad, the season when he hit a home run .- k {jdjM/nr.y ... .,

100SCYELT SKY YE team seems to be all set. in Chicago, Aug. 16, tying. the >
HANK AARON of the Milwau- major Jeague record. ..: i

s... T.... Sept. 16.11 kee Braves and Frank Robinsonof JUAN PIZZARO. the peer of Yr i advro7 ':, ''L-' ''
S... T.... $qt. 16 .18a.a.t.
Beth lit RM! the Cincinnati Redlegs are in the South Atlantic League pitch
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"STAR IN Tttt DUST"Tectokeler Mitehmn
line for honors. The twoyoungsters practically the whole :;
Waste! "MAN WITH TH GUN"Jose top ers was
Piss: DeMis CYIC.... Russell Jeff Ckaialer Aaron at 22 and Robinson show in the pitching department. Catve ti
"DIAMOND WIZARD" "FOX FIRE" at .20 aredestined to go Pizzaro the Jacksonville Braves

WeJ. Tfc.r Sept. 19.20 W.f. 'TUrs. Sept. 19 -20 down in history as two of the ace. completed the most games ..,.JI.
-D A IOUOUIs. -, Jkm W.,.. greatest stars in baseball history. 24: won the most games.23: the WI RESERVE ._
...... Thriller "SANDS OF IWO JIMA" Both players performed in the highest percentage 408. with .6. ..
PI l I.rANGfflt' INCWfNT Plus GIRLS ON THE RUN
tie ADMISSION BEFORE 7:15 South Atlantic League, Robinson loses: worked, the most innings .

Fri. Sat. Sept. 21 .22 at Columbia and Aaron at Jack- and struck out the most batsmen ... .
By revvlar Deneae1 Fri. Set. Sept. 21 -22 sonville., 318. Pizxaro was called on to bur .:-
SttrllM ...,.. "RAINS'OP RANCHiPUR" U die Gray Tradition of Americu VVWilrr V3N
"JACK SO-AM"as_ PM| : "KINO Of BANDITS" EZZXRD CHARLES: like the the first game in the playoffs between y '.1t, ,.;;" ;;., : HCALVERT

flat: "CHAW ,OIl UM HtSM PLUS Ne. "GUN FI6HTERS" Mississippi River; Just keeps on the "Charlotte Hornets and f': ,. :

1-- .rolling along. Charles fought in the Braves and he came through DISTIlLERS CO. N. Y.'.c. AMERICAN BLENDED WHISKEY 86-8 WOOF.t,65* GRAIN NEUTRALSPIRiTS.

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Then is a saying among' the boys on the blocks that all bad Jaxon Draws 4 Years witnesses said.: The woman dieden Bermuda Shorts Ball members of the club or Mrs. Bernice -
men are in the Anaf or on Boot HilLT We 'disagree because ,we route to the hospital Wright, president. Help WaRted.
think that some bad men are still prowling Ashley Street so we For Killing WomanIrvin Slated For New BerlinA
believe by recent events: Boy, 12, Meets Death
REGISTER and VOTE! MAID Saturdays only for light
.In. ,the fast we have,been accused of "picking on people." Now McLean was sentenced to --- Bermuda Shorts Ball is slated house work. ironing and ofchildren.
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Clifford -Ch Mills a 12- care
we don't profess to be a seerof any type but we have been around 4% years in the state.prison for year-old youth of 453 Goodwin St for: Saturday beginning at 8:30p. Health card and reference.
the=town long'nough to know something of how things develop. killing a woman. on Feb. ,22 by .
Criminal Court was killed in a freak accident as m. at New Berlin by the Les HELP WANTED Phone RA 4-5985.
Many is the time we have Seen things develop and lit.back"and say I Judge William T.
"I told you so."Last Friday;rite a youth was cut in front of'Funland. Harvey; he attempted to drive a heavy Camelias Social Saving Club Wanted settled couple to live
tractor-trailer unit belonging to a
It,could have easily been you'or me who was just walking along McLean had been charged with Beginning at 7:30 p. m. bus on premises. Wife to do housework
r the .sidewalk and catch a stray. bullet or knife. There too much second degree murder but was local The meat truc_c firm.started and was making stops will be made at 20th Street laundry and cooking. Apts. For Rent .
mayhem going along, among us. found guilty of manslaughter a U-turn when it jackknifedand and Myrtle Ave.; 8 p. nx, Union Man to do yard work and any '
We were shocked to read the papers Monday morning wherea when the case-was tried July 31. the boy fell out of the cab. St and Florida Ave.; 8:15 p. m. other work necessary on the Two room and bath upstairs. 1564 \'
man received four ,years .for killing a woman on the sidewalk out He slashed Alberta Mathews 39, The left rear wheels of the tractor Fifth St and Florida Ave and at premises. Apply at 37 E. Union W. 23rd St. Contact Mrs. Tilley. \
Eastside. Four,yean is a cheap price to pay for taking a life. The with a knife during an altercationin passed over the boy's body and i,).8:30 p. m, 28th and Buckman Sts. Street nights or Sundays. Phone !
that front of a Florida Avenue cafe,the vehicle stalled. : Tickets may be purchased from EL 45996.
sad thing Is the fact he will be out in a year or two. Negroes i
are heard to brag "kill a spook and get out soon." Unless Mr. and
:Mrs. John Q. Colored Public urge your judges to start passing out i
stiff penalties on these thugs no one is safe. But why should the
..judges care they don't live and work with these thughif you,don't 't
care why should they? ? ? ?
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Rumor sun persists that the Two Spot has changed hands. We OPEN
do'know that the will .of the late Charlie Ed stipulated that the UNTftL.
place would be sold.We hear that a white fellow long prominent in ;
the nite club and eaterybusiness bought and is planning,to renovate
and change the policy. It is too bad that the thugs were allowed to
"take over" the "South's Finest Ballroom." Jacksonville will wel-' 9 i
come a change in policy.
Heard so much about "Lou's ,Place;"' we had io go and look.
Much to our surprise we found that Lou is an old friend- Lou FRIDAYNIGHTS
Place is a bar-b-que stand operated by Lucile Baker located on 13th p_
and Fairfax.,Lucile worked with Fred Cotton for years both at .the
Tasty Pig on,Broad Street and on Main. She is welcoming all of her
friends and you should dig the sauce.

On the bar-b-quesubject.Isadore Singleton is busy working day
and night remodeling the old Strand Donut Shop. He is planning to
open ,Jacksonville's first "walk-in" bar-b-que stand in the near OPEN AN. ACCOUNT-NO CARRYING CHARGES
future f .*. Across the street where Tut's Spaghetti House" was is
now'the "Flamingo." Looks like a nice eatery. -
Stopped by Buster Ford's on East Union Street. Buster has given.
the folk east of Main Street one of, the city's best dining places: He
has added to the rear and features complete meals of all types plus
courteous service. In a short period of time he plans to add private

,dining rooms. 7 PC. Modern Sectional
The Ritz is continuing to bring top-flight late releases. We see Group2Pc.
by the displays'o'n the front of the building,that "Away All Boats"a :
stirring story of World War II is playing next week. This feature
played at "downtown" movie houses a few weeks ago. Also booked SECTIONAL
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for an early playdate is "The_Tender: Years" another, late,release. .'
Folk talking about Mercedes Williams' birthday party. The
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girl's annual party was termed "shipwreck"" party this year ?. $ '
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faraway island and acted accordingly-de say. t
Rumors are rife around town concerning actions of the "Twi METAL SMOKER
light set" Dunno if they are true but as Hambone in the comics says. V
"ain't dat jus 10m.thin." 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS
Walter Sheffield has returned from New York and plans to
open a place of business here. Sheffield is a barber by trade and OPEN AN ACCOUNT ,
has been living in the Big City for a few years Barbara Brown "
and her new hubby Ray Reed, the baseball player left Wednesday + -" NO CARRYING CHARGES
nite ,for Detroit and their new home. The couple is taking the song
way and will honeymoon enroute. Ray played with Jacksonville fora r
while last year and'is considered a bright prospect by .the"Braves.
Joyce Joyner Driskell and hubby Chuck are busy making plans

\ ;srivesi,accommodate: :* mestine. 'Jenkins a new lil Baker announcer, well known or announcerette business lady when of 8th'it and ar- The Big Furniture Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams

Dagis is also looking upward and watching for the bird with the .
long legs and wide wings to bring her a bundle of joy. ,
Margie Sanders is singing "Blue and Sentimental" Reasonhermain
blade has gone to sea again. Offering her advice and consolation -
is Ruth ,Keith. Ruth's hubby Joe is an old seaman so Ruth
can really offer advice to the novices. '
Laura Wjmn and her Fuller Products Cuties enlivened the meet- 8 PC. Lovely Bedroom Group
ing of the Salesmen at the Country Club Monday nite. The huskes- '
ters made speeches and continued to make plans to spread their
doctrines throughout colored Jacksonville Herb Gaines the na i
tional representative of Budweiser is in town for a spell. DOUBLE DRESSER "
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FAMU and his bosses Lee. Jr. ,
Chuck Smith IIL the PR man of
and Dr. Gore were in town this week making plans for the Florida LARGE CLEAR MIRROR } '---
Classic" which will pit FAMU and Bethune-Cookman at tile Gator $
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Vernon King left for California plans to attend school and '
work'out there Nip Sams and his new bride have just returned INNERSPRING MATTRESS I '
from a honeymoon trip to the Golden State. Nip reports that former
Jaxons Ned and York Young.. Charles Furlow and others treated MATCHING BOX SPRINGS' i it: '
them royally. He also reports he met Capers "Shadmouth" Bradham : ij .
who is now a career Army man and is stationed on the Coast 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS g ,,
The Florida Voters League will.meet in Jacksonville on the.23n _
of September. Isadore Singleton and his committee are asking all COLORFUL DRESSER LAMP)r ; ', "f '
Jaxons to support the program of the League. <
Something has just come to our attention. We have all heard
talk of the new Expressway or Super Highway. Few of us know
that Wilder Park is in the right-of-way. We-had better start askingthe
City Fathers now what they are going to do concerning play
areas for Negroes. According to the will of the late Mr. Wilder the Open Account At The South's Outstanding Furniture Store
area was to be used for: Negro recreation. If so it is logical to assume ,
that any revenue resulting from. the sale of said property will be
used "in toto" for Negro recreation. You watchdogs for our rights
had better open your eyes. #
On the subject of the playground situation we must give credit w
where it is due. In driving around the town I have seen several play
areas I did not know existed. On the site of the Old ML Herman 21 PC. Chrome Dinette
Cemetery is a new park. The place is beautifully landscaped and Group
has benches and bar' -que pits. It is ideal for outdoor meetings end
the like. Also on Acorn near McQuade and at 26th and Moncrief
parks are being developed. The McQuade Street park has paved '
walks, lights seats and bar-b-que pits. Hats off to Dallas Thomas. 1_ :, e COLORFUL CHROME TABLE
See you next week and don't forget a voteless people is a voice- t ;
-" less people. Only twenty days remain to register. Y 't 4 MATCHING CHAIRS '.J ,; $

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