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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 29, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 29, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00331

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Preceded by:
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Narcotics Made By S PoliceTwo Haul ishop Greene Takes OvAs






.. Two men were' arrested this .,
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; week on narcotics'''theft .charges Y ,

that revealed they had'alleged ,

stolen more than $700 worth of 1

drugs. \ AME Fight Begins ",' > ,

Police nabbed the' pair when

they were called tothe Forest <

.
Pharmacy ,at 1011 Forest Street .

around 10:05: PJH. Tuesday, to .... ,
investigate a breaking and enter-

ing report when Mrs. Jessie Mock One of.the biggest,.AME hassles<< moved into 'another stage this

i00. 443 Chelsea Street and,Mrs; Grace week as Bishop S. .Lv Greene officially took charge' of the 11th Bishop D. Ward Nichols

Thompson of 443 Chelsea Street Episcopal District, replacing Bishop D. Ward Nichols the :elected

..n',_.._n...mn..mmnm.mnn.nn._._ heard glass break and saw two prelate who has ;been under, fire for alleged violations of the

The body ,of Lena Mae Starling as it was found on a car lot.Woman's men at the front door. of the :Doctrine, and Discipline of the African Methodist Episcopal' Church.

I Pharmacy. Bishop Greene. who has been IssuesStatement

When the officers arrive$: 'they considered the, trouble 'shooter" CENTRAL FIGURES

placed' the lockout man,-.RobertBailey for \.the denomination_ will preside IN AME 'FIGHT I .

!! Body Js FoundJacksonville Jr., 27 in custody.. .Haile 'bier the .affAlrsT, X',;the.$trict __ .___ __ A._.__.__...._..___._ Certab1.d.evelopments. In connection with the meeting of I
''had the tire tool in.his hand that juitli f the. -chqjridh heads reach a the General Board of the AME' Church held at Bethel AME .

P ; was used to break Hhe. fropfe d oigJ.usf" verdict in a T liikl set for Mt Zion ... Church New York City (June 16-19)! ) call for some clartflcaf '_' .

;.. ,. '. : .churdrrf vnte.:' nJI11.y"so Y Y. t tianvroi .,,my, .part. t"I ".'- '
i f
: a 'tIS i lot On-*the, 'inside the records show \ E totex"'-annpuncea ," ."*_'; 3too Mp, ,=tif*l58i I'tuVfc' ;.supervised._ the *wortc **th**" '. -
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.
Heventh
u that here- wduld4 i W no pbcoplTDlsrtrJcti; making tnyH MlquurtArs afcitd-. 'r-"
found
that Noble Tribune 2?
Was .
Waters '" .
hiding in a medicine"cabinet and collections lifted'ior fees ,chargedin ."a .: ward College, .ia'boIiVlJ1e. Florida; ,a? church-sap-: :

police are again faced with another baffling murder. had the listed items of narcotics an neetlngiYthi$.summer, and ported Institution that made tremendous strides under the

I This time It is the case of 35-year-old woman, Lena Mae Starling received thunder !| applause. He administration of my predecessor, Bishop Carey A. Gibbs.
in his which
I pockets were removed -
I whose body was found on a car" lot with her head under the rear 3..- also rescinded'-iail': :Ttnrder said 'to My efforts to expand the work of Edward 'Vaters'with a" .
and listed by Sgt. W.
bumper of a car. \, have been !Uer setting forth view towards full accreditation in keeping with the needsof

Willie Williams of 611 Court F J Wingate.In certain assessments to 'be paid at the times, ,met with resistance from' the outset. In ad-

and his mother, Mrs. Agnes,Johnson making a further che'ckpolice the' State Youth Congress.As dition, the part In the fight against racial segregation played 0
Street; Flossie Cotton, 229 W. :
952 "Hogan Street were walk- said they found a 2-door the clock ticks'away before by the brave and determined Clergymen of Tallahassee and

Ing North' pn Hogan Street in the State Street. hardtop Pontiac, which was iden the day of this momentus trial other places created a certain determination on the part of

900. block .last Sunday June 23, Cornell Hinson.. common-law- tified as belonging to Noble Trib- there is an air of intrigue as' the the foes of Civil Rights to use every possible means to

when Williams saw a woman's husband of the victim told police une. r. forces on either side plan and destroy effective Negro leadership.My .

shoes and told his mother he there was no scuffle in vicinityof record on this score was clear from the very be-

thought there was a drunk per- body, and that she was at A search of the car revealed plot.One ginning. All o; you know, the 'part I took In keeping Rev.J. \
several boxes of Demerol, is certain, there is
Codeine thing .
son behind the cars on the Al home when he left between 6 and A. DeLaine out of the clutches of the Citizens Councils. \
Sulphate, Cocaine, Opium, Morphine an assortment of forces lined up I have likewise ,
fought consistently to Protestantism
Saefer used car lot. 7 p.m. Saturday night and had put on
Mrs. Johnson walked behind not seen her since then. I and other drugs. .to behead this brilliant but controversial +t the side of Civil Rights and integration. Last month I purchased )

the cars and found the body on Investigating officers il Robert Bailey Jr. and Noble personage who has risen ,a Life Membership In the NAACP. This was apparently -. ;
were Cap-
to an enviable position of powerin
the ground. When Sgts. G. H. Tribune were arrested and placed the last straw. '
tain of Homicide H. T. Fowler, the AME church. Foes and BISHOP S. L. GREENE
Hurlbert and J. M. Parker of the r I Now it is always, possible>> if you look hard enough to
in
of theft of
Sgts. G. H. Hurlbert, O. A. John-I jail on charges narcotics former trusted friends are reported Assumes charges .
find some willing tool in connection with evil design. It,
homicide division
arrived
they son, J. H. Miller and J. M. Parker. I police records indicate. lined up for the scalping. s
therefore came as no that of
took charge and the body was surprise one the Presiding
carried to the County Morgue. I Equally as certain, is that Elders of Florida, Rev. M. 31. Lindsay allowed himself to
Nichols wno has weathered many 5-.5---r. lie used: in effort .
an to
destroy
my leadership.
The body was taken in chargeby
battles with a-mmimum of scars:
J.'R. SHOOTING .OF-NOORO"YOUTH v In' jfact, In jnuch the' same manner and for similar
Dr. ;Forlow,.,the physician: will put a fierce fight. He will '
up t reasonfr, an attempt was made just yesterday at this sameGeneral t
.
,
and. Dr, Carl Wells,;County'Medical fight, with everything. .
Board meeting to file charges against
'
the Coroner.Examiner r and Judge, Drake- SEEN DUE TO RACE CONFLICTA DEAL IN THE AIR ,; per',.;. '. '; j.. Colleague, Bishop Frank Madison Reid. Now my just distinguished who

.It Is very possible that a deal }i is Bishop Frank Madison Reid? He is the man who' stoodat !

The woman suffered abrasionsof may be made that could conceivably Y ; the gate as. it were in South Carolina at the Inception of

the neck and eight stab woundsin reduce the whole the school Integration case Bishop Reid refused to permit
the chest between her breasts pain stricken, 18-year-old youth, In a semi-conscious state -
squabble to a; passing family ADen University in Columbia, South Carolina to be used
bjj a small pocket knife. The dead sobbed out the denial, "I wasn't prowling, mama," as he was being against

woman's nearest relative ,is a taken to Duval Medical Center for treatment of' gunshot woundshe fuss. yl integration.
suffered at the hands of a white neighbor. It was learned that William B. Because he too defied certain inimicable interests andproceeded
sister; Miss Coretha Nelson, 1307
Stewart, former' president of Ed- to re-build Kitrell College, North Carolina where
N.W. '5th Avenue, Miami, Florida. George Presha, Jn., of 844 West
be Is now Presiding Bishop, the same forces set out to !
ward Waters College. who was "get
18th Street who from
those questioned investigating comes a ing of the neighborhood despitethe
Among by "
Bishop Reid. They were unsuccessful In his ,
weeks before .Nicholswas case.
removed 2
officers were George respectable family was the vic fact that it Is their fellow
suspended has indicated that Rev. Lindsay, disgruntled troublemaker, seized upon .
B. Starke a cousin of the victim, tim of a gunshot blast last whites who are' responsible for
he to' ammend Elder M. M.Lindsay's certain circumstances incidental to my building .up the work .
1970 W. 14th Street; Gloria Pollards Wednesday night in front of 635 bringing Negroes int othe area. plans' i I
Edward
of
Waters
'' charges' College M file charges against me with
West 16th Street, an area at one blame 'against Bishop
Apt. 1. 926 St. Sharing pie with the .
Hogan ; King 1. ; ,. the Council of
Under
Bishops. our Church Law
Nichols with 23 specific countsof the President !
David McNealey, Essie Cotton time exclusively populated by white home-owners real estate ; ii .
of the Council (in this case Bishop Is
whites. In recent months, however maladministration/ :, Wright) forced to
speculators are, the Negro real .. .
(14-yeara-old), 229 W. State ouch
accept charges and conduct a trial. This is fair
,, a number'of white home- estate brokers who have been Meantime, Elder Lindsay denies .. a
system,_ and barring the .fact that it permits crack-pots and
owners have been selling their accused of enticing home-hungry reports that he had withdrawnthe
troublemakers to stir an evil brew of trouble, it
ELDER M. SL LINDSAY up serves
homes to to avoid the former
Negroes con- colored citizens to buy the white, charges against '
'
tact with ''the expandingNegro slum' homes at exorbitant prices. New York ,minister. .will press charges the ultimate .and completely laudatory end of giving the
REV. GRAHAM
Elders of the Church a co-partnership in its administration.My .
r. community.
s t s
I learned colleague, Bishop B. R. Wright was duty boundto
Melvin Hollinhead who leveled ,
r.: 1 -....------.-.-. accept the charges and schedule a trial as called 'for
IS FREED the ,gun-shot a January blast graduate at the of youngster New- LEE JR. NAMED VICEPRESIDENTIn by Church Law. '

The charges themselves are groundless 'and maliciouslyconspired.
Stanton High School told police at .
a, meeting
yesterday -
At. the proper time, I will prove that they come.as' .
the youth had been prowling". Jacksonville, "the State*"Boa.rtfbf audit:: at that institution Lees In
MIAMIRev, Edward T. Graham a result of a conspiracy led by well-known enemies of
around. his home. Control named J. B. E. Lee, Jr. officer and "trouble shooter," ac-
,longtimtf .ands, widely known a progress within the AME Church.
The report 'given to police was as vice president In charge of cording,the' tan.Partridge will :
Negro leader here, was found not Naturally It would be imprudent for me to try this
that Mrs. Jlollinhead saw the fig- :aoa-academic affairs at Florida continue duties as director of food
guilty of drunJtness last Fridayby case in public and I regret that our efforts to end dissension
ure, standing outside her living Agricultural and }Mechanical Uni- service In addition to serving as
a six-man, all-white, jury in and strife within the Church have not yet been wholly
room when she 'went to pull versity, TanAhRand H. R. business manager. Later, a comptroller -
successful
Criminal court. r ,
down the windows. She told her Partridge to succeed Lee as busi- .will be named.
The same verdict was returned In view of the circumstances,. I will not administer my
husband, and, according to Hollin ness manager. The appointment of trustees forth
on the same charge in the case District until these charges are fully aired and the. Issue
head he went outside and found Appointed the five-member 'Florida A. .and ).L HospitalIs tFlorida
of Mrs. Cora Paschal, who'was settled. Certainly I writ not force on the good people of ,
the youth in his yard whereuponhe board of trustees for the Florida _in keeping with a newly adopted -
arrested with ,him in a parked an Episcopal Administration under cloud of
any
shot him after allegedly call- A. and M. Hospital as provided policy setting'up the hospital .
.car at Virginia Beach on the -, '., suspicion no matter how fradulent or capricious.
by a 1957: legislative act. as a separate institution. Recommended
night of April 6. ing to him to": stop Finally; 1 would like to thank the hundreds of people.who' ,
: Dr: George W. Gore A.. and *L by'the board.for appoint-
_A charge of indecent .exposure Many interpret: the shooting as president recommended changes ment by Gov. Collins ,were: Edwin have already pledged anew their loyalty and support. .

also placed against the minister, on the : Progress must continue to be the aim of the great African .
Incident brought
an by at the Negro university as a move M. Clark, Dr. James H. Pound,
is of the Greater Methodist Episcopal Church and
t no president petty forces are not
powerful
feeling of resentmentthat Is toward Improving the operating Harold D. .Mendelsoa, .Ernest M. : ,
Miami Alliance: was enough to atop us! .'.
dropped) M1nlsterlal because of legal technicality. existing among some..,of, the white, addition to serving' as vice presi- :Menendez and John./M.. Tapers, I BISHOP D. WARD NICHOLS 'I :'...- .... -'" .. ..)
dent, will ,be the public relations all of Tallahassee t .faces roughest fight
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STAR ', .. .. .;;. .. ,. .. .',iL T St.AcF7118 \ c.- : UsualIf;
THE 'FLORIDA ... Politics
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BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
J.,\j'
NEWS r-

i.7. SOUTH STIFLED CIVIL LIBERTIES IN
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Published by The Florida Star PuMIsblng Co. .. 1956, NAACP ANNUAL REPORT SAYS .
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.": The South's attempts'' to resist desegregation and civil rights _
j. MAIN OFFICE & PLANT t -v "
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i .. .I .\ 1'/. entered "dangerously" into the field of civil liberties In 1956. Thisis
2323 Moncrief) Road ...r..:..:........EL 4- 782 -. EL 4-6783 ,_ 7rP- I
fA.,. I 't: ''::: ,. /k one of the main conclusions of the annual report ef the NationalAssociation
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Pnene- ELgln 4-3773 ;. a
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.-Jt. -.7 for the Advancement of Colored People. X.
.. p-' 1' Mailing Address: -1.1 j1 The document
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,- P. O.: Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida ; a ew cites restrictions southern assaults upon the' NAA
t! ,
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xst CP are described. -, *
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.
I of "freedom of

Erie"o. Simpson .f............;.........................Editor .: "" speech, assem- "For the first time in the history -'

\ ,:tOJ;,Parham Johnson.................................N&ivs Staff .')t..,.;>, -..-." .. |IblY, petition redress of the organization, the legal

Mae: ,. Richardson. ..........................Circulation Dept., / 41 ; .44F I s of *.grievances department was compelled, to
,. .>' considerableshare
;>. :: 'in'the' 1956, to devote a
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"* Member of Associated Negro Press s tJ I of its time, energy and
.
courts, and even
-, SUBSCRIPTION RATES 5; : freedom of skills to litigation directly involving

), ,One Year, $ .90; Half Year, $S.OO; Three Months, $L80 :J [ the right of the NAACP to
It
though
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Mailed In The United States. '; ,'. i continue operating in certain
To You Anywhere ::f" : <[says that in
states," the notes.
chapter
Subscriptions Payable In AdvanceSend Checks or Money Orders To: 1{!! 11956 "southern NAACP Continued To Grow

I FLORIDA STAB-P.. O. BOX 661-JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA I white people of
-: : Despite being> banned in three
-. {moderate views
\ ...... ._ -..' -.. .6"'.... I Simpson who did not sub- southern states and attacked by
: w. .' various other legal and legislative
; WJIAT' WRUNG J1i P h : scribe to the extreme segrega- devices in the South, the NAACP

\ ...;; .. .,.. tionist position were intimidatedand r
.. \ ." .. ... continued to grow in 1956, the
Iir ,t'f.. "; .r. 111*" denied their fundamental liberties report reveals.Among -
l ) I as Americans" by legislative -
CHURCHS
'TQR'4Y1. 1 '; Association accomplishments -
', _. .I ia.".." and administrative actions t
,. and described in the account q,
by "the extra-legal activitiesof
,., i are a Supreme Court decision i
.". ., -". pressure groups."
I ,,..:....,..; .......- "The situation should affirming a judgment which had-
It .is indeed lamentable that it has reached the place where .s$. ;., .. receive held state and local laws requiring
.. the attention of
all
there Is' so much conspl.ra.cy'and distrust la God's Church. --! i persons who racial segregation on intrastate

The atmosphere Of the Christian church seems to be one almost .. _*"./...ii-;. .. ... ,, : wish the America to remain free," carriers to be unconstitutional i
report declares.
constantly filled with fueds and fussing over earthly treasures ..... ." -e. ........ (the Montgomery, Ala., bus I''
.. .,-. .... .. Another
.. : ;;,51. e. .. AMItlA aspect of the "South's
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It t Is shameful It is all so pitiable. "" ,.. .. -
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.. to
.J. !o-" -t.. ..k. ., :;.. ;: # desegregation Is related -
"
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'f "The continuous squabbling among those who can themselves for the first time 'into apprenticeship
.Jst1' in 'a chapter ntheCP's
men ofGod" Is> enough to destroy the layman's faith in the. t i o JTAA-.. 'training programs in
; I "'11<< r..: iiI legal worjjn which: various
leaders of the church. for:the; deeds that' many or' them have .'t' industry, and the adoption of non-
committed is living proof that so' many of 'our so-catted .Christian- r Focus South. You Will Find. Bombings Shootings:.and Denial of' The Ballot.'" entail considerable personal sacrifices. discrimination policies bp additional

leaders have taken on. the garb of Christ purely for profit. I 'J r "' ,i _'" __ )t.l.. .. Your allies t may not alwaysbe public housing authorities

1 The Negro church today has become a moneyraising center e way, ever, but simply that you willing to let you lead unhindered The Montgomery bus case riling -

where each day of worship is some sort of, fund raising, campaign will have to wait, with patienceand and competitors may try is termed "the one outstanding

i disguised in a variety of 'names. ". Your Weekly. resignation. Any attempts to to dislodge you or prevent your substantive gain" in NAACP ,
force the pace can only bring you
It has gotten to the point where, it. seems, we don't have success. legal work during the year and

Just plain church 'services devoted to the :worship ,of God anymore. Horoscope Guide, I I up tration.against a solid wall of frus 5-20-99-19-&7-527. "the coup de grace to the. 'sep

Every ''Sunday service nowadays is advertised as a special ,at- ( ... 670886986678.. arate but equal' doctrine laid

traction-Men's Day, Women's,' Youth -Day,. Anniversary of 'the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR : CAPRICORNBorn down threescore years ago in the

Church, Anniversary of Pastor, District One Anniversary,, District Iw Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th Plessy v. 'Ferguson case."

Two Anniversary, Choir ,No- .1 ''Anniversary, Choir Na. 2 AnnI- BUSINESS I LOVE TRAVEL LIBRA The Capricornians who have "Complex Problems"In

versary, and, on and on its goes. Each week there is some sort of PABLO The Born Sept. 24th thru ,Oct. 23rd chosen this month to' embark on Legal Work
ASTROLOGERARIES
By You are not ,likely to the of
earthly celebration. | complain sea matrimony can look Noting that almost aU civil

Why .can't we just go to 'cturcn and celebrate the Anniversary about the lack of activity and ex- forward to a future way of life rights litigation in 1956 originated i

of the Birth of Christ your imagination, Ingenuity, inventiveness citement in your professional and that may transcend their fondest in the South, the legal departmentsays

Born March 21st thru April 19th and will to.. succeed. social milieu this month. You may expectations. There may be mo that although "all! the grosser

Differences of opinion and difficulties It may be "a toss up as to which even be compelled by the force of ments when doubts and fears of segregation practices in public

circumstances to make decisions the responsibilities involved schools, public recreation and
in communications or is faster, income or outgo. could
CITY COUNCIL AND COMMISSION transport may develop on various 240333932243. when you would prefer to pause! have a deterring effect, but they transportation had been outlawed -

occasions this month. Although for reflection. It is just a matterof should not be allowed to dictate ." nevertheless "more sophis-

r Is to prudence and foresight to be the final outcome. Associations of ticated or subtle devices were
your. patience likely run
FIDDLE IN FACE OF DANGERS short at these ,times,it seems ad- CANCERBorn prepared well in advance for any a business or public nature also being developed to preserve the
June 22nd thru July 22nd -
is color line.
visable to exercise the utmost eventuality whenever it feasible. contain the seeds of success wheal

f LI's"l .;;'4- u.s;."" "'" u .. ,t="* self-restraint. There could be an Your best intentions may be the New responsibilities may be thrust your choice has been made wisely "New Step" In Housing WorkA

element of good ,fortune behind very.' another in the matter'vh world; but it upon you and this can. only re and with due safeguards,regarding "new step" Is described lathe
may be enrit suIt in confusion if you have com- the monetary arrangements work of the housing department '
don'tfight .
UP everything that happens, so
COUNCILMEN WAKE
COMMISSIONERS, ,
,, comes to then out. It
carrying ; this which concluded its first
: pletely ignored eventuality. 7-10-11-12-15 715.
the trends circumstances.
The actions of our elected city officials Indicate that Oft councilmen or seems rather important to make I full
I 930662965936.SCORPIO year of operation in 1956.
2-50-66-18-63-256.
and commissioners are prone to let adverse conditions in the the effort regardless of The
i necessary new approach opposes "con-
colored areas ride on until it reaches the danger point or some your disinclination not only be- Jan.AQUARIUSBorm 20th thru Feb. 18th tinued expansion of public housIng -

damage Is actually done. TAURUS : cause of necessity but in order to Born Oct. 24th thro Nov. 22nd Services received and rendered projects In already existing

A little more than,three years ago we, this publication beggedand I Born April 20th thru May 20th I fully exploit your moneymakingpotentiality. Your business, professional or will be profitable for all concerned Negro areas." The desired alterative -

begged our city fathers to install a traffic light at the corner i Your love of life as well as your vocational activities should bringin not only because of their is site selection which would
I -60-11-53- 43.- lend itself to "real
of Beaver and'Ea'erson to relieve the danger presented to chIldrea acquisitive instincts are partic-. 465. steady if not earthshakingrevenues. outstanding character but because Integration.-

: attending A. L. Lewis schooL It was only whoa a .cUld was injured ularly stressed during the first, Nevertheless, it may they will really contribute to your NAACP The housing intervention unit which also/ reports

p twelve days. Your main stumbling I LEO take, some tightrope walking to chances of rising in life and ob- halted i
that a traffic signal was hastily erected. the use of urban
block may be the reluctance or. Born July 23ri thru Aug. 23rd keep the cash books in balance taining independence. But, there government renewal -
For than two now have been telling councilmen projects used "as device
more years we inability of1' others to honor their. It looks as if your commercialor due to past obligations, assess- will be times when you should a

and commissioners about the dangerous condition of Moncrief debts to you. If you are the one professional activities will ments or other unforeseen exigen- not neglect your social and family to set up new areas of containment

Road.' who is obligated, your creditors bring in substantial returns, par- cies. Accept all opportunities to obligations Just to satisfy your "perpetuating racial segre
gation. Such
Are you going to sit around and wait until citizens are injured may not be disposed to let you ticularly in the early days of the promote your cultural, religiousand ambition as this would create halted by NAACP programs interventionin were

off the hook. ... month. But this could also entraina foreign interests as this will problems of an emotional and
before you do anything Eufala, Ala., and Chicago
77O886886778.. desire to impress your acquaintances stand you in good stead if and economic nature.
Heights, HL, the report says.
and to expand your circleof when you make another deter- 4-30-66-29 65-.-436. Apprenticeship Restrictions

; GEMINI friends and social entertaining, mined effort to achieve your am- BrokenIn

'u Bom May 21st thru June 21st with rather depleting effects on bitious objectives. PISCES the field of employment, the

LILLY'S DRUG STORE The things that are happeningin your pocketbook. ll o-77- 49-76-157. Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th document relates that "Negroesfor

your workaday world may have:' 38022792131LBom The good will of the people who the first time were admitted

much deeper significance than appears 84GITTARIUS'I wield the power in your business, into apprenticeship training pro-
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1907 Kings Road at Spires on the surface. What may Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st official or professional circles asSumeS grams" in several communities."At .

.. look like personal reverses may Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd I You know just what you want, greater importance than the present time," the report -

i"\, be just the workings of fate to You may be very anxious to and how you should go about ever, so be particularly prudentin explains, "there is virtually

Where Experienced A put new zest in your ambitions arrive at some quick and concrete getting it. You will make gains, your dealings with them. Your a systematic exclusion of qualified

Pharmacists Prepare >x and to open the way for the per- .conclusions, but it appears doubt- especially In the 'financial depart- creative and productive skills are Negro youths from certain apprenticeship -

,Your Prescription t According sonal initiative that could be required ful that circumstances will be ment, and increase your prestige your strongest assets at this timeand i training programs

f ,a to doctor's In short, life seems to be very cooperative. This does not accordingly. But the going will can be used in inventive and conducted Jointlp by industrial

your hurling a challenge to stimulate mean that you will not have your not always be easy and could I unusual ways. This cannot fail to management and labor unions in

instructions Using r f boost your prestige, importanceand various sections of the nation!"

: ; only the best quality value to the community at This situation received a major -

I .. drugs.. u; BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe large share tf attention from: the NAACP
Dr.-C. E. Black Dr. W. T. Graham 8 0-66-84- 5-895. labor program in 1956. r
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,S'dJSeiltiHI/ .. ; : Ladies: Auxiliary Of Postal Employees Alliance Entertain At Gay Lawn Party I

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Club held its weekly ,meeting on .
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Wisteria St. in the home of Mrs.

,J. Williams who served as hos-

tess. The club was honored withtwo \ : t tli .

guests: Mrs. L., Oliver and -- I
:Mrs. J. Wright:, who are membersof ':
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the Summer Club. First:, second ;aL' '
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and.third.prizes; were ..award 1
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ed to, winning.'p .yers. Mrs. C} : 9pr

Hickson, first :prize,. Mrs. L- ren '44
Dunden, second prize, and' .Mrs. r rt .
B Connie third prize. A very ssP ; j I ;

iasty menu ot'chicken salad ? k A
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waffles, pickles, soft drinks and '
foe box pie was served.
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Mrs. W. W. Schell, the charm- 4 ;i <"

ing wife of Dr. Schell is spending >..::, .
her summer entertaining. friends >:'i
and guests at her newly installed _$7 \ J4 .:: ..:. t,

swimming pools \ :: \:.:. ">_. :..{..., ': .: :..... '::..< ...'- {
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Miss Dorothy'Nealy of 1839 i

Mosley St. returned to the city : '! :
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Saturday morning from Atlanta. : .11.11'i .

Ga. where she attends nursing .
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school at Grady Hospital. Miss ...,.: ..... "i' ";"" :""' '' :::: ''''''''' .,. -"> i
Nealy will be in the city for 10 : ,. .'..:., .'<.\ ,:.lM: :Ar r" :, :: ;.':::.::. ":" II

days.. '--,' *-, .. GAY LAWN PARTY r -Members of the Ladles Auxiliary to the Alliance of Postal Mrs. Calhoun, Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Monros-TliePAY was held on the lawn of LUre and AITS.W. { ,

Calypso Singer, Mahala Davies, .Employees shown enjoying a recent,,-lawti:party. that,followed' their regular business meeting, .\ Wallace. ,shown from left on the right photo. Shown at right Is Mrs. IL Walker the co- I
seated in the-leftphoto, at the table are.Mrs.'White, Mrs Harper, Mrs. Wallace, Mrs., Moman, hostess. V
was wed to [J..3. Army Sergeant '\. "

England.Earl Wilkerson. Mrs.. Wilkerson of Jackson, who in MUSICAL. COMEDY SET 'Simpson Methodist To SUMMER CAMP TO OPEN serve occasion.'as.presiding officer for the BUY-SELL RENT-nEPAIR'

: from Cardiff, .HAMWEY BROS.
comes is now in
AT STANTONHIGH Present "Hymn Recital7"A Mrs. Martha Washington,. president -
AelainkI SEWING MACHINES
Finland.oa. three-
; : a FOR BOY SCOUTS ,, of Choir No. 2 has invitedall WASHING MACHINES .
month singing tour. Mr. Wilker
I "Belle of Bagdad- musical I Hymn ..Recital"wffl be presented _. citizens to witness the affair. Sales -'SInce
son is the son of George, SmIth -- aDd, Service 191ft;
i of, 614 Jefferson St.Anniversary. comedy by Geoffery Morgan and by Choir Three of Simpson 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7743
Frederick, Johnson win be presented Methodist Church, on Sunday Summer Camp for the Boy Scouts of; the East and West Di- .

by the New Stanton Senior night at 7:30 o'clock. visions,. North 'Florida. Council will open on July 22, at Camp Coa- .PATRONIZE

5)i ".. High ,Glee' Club, in the School The choir will be heard In- coohee. .. ..., .. Florida, StarAdvertisers PATRONIZE ,
Set auditorium on July 8, at 8 a'clock terpeting .many of the beloved j The Camp' property ; FLORIDA STABADVEBTISEBS 1
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The presentation is directed by hymns ef the Christian Church. 210 acreof high -r
Annual 1 Musical
Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore and is This choir Is well known: for its well covered by r,
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By ChurchGrouphe being 'sponsored, by the St. Pius ability, In singing, the beautiful trees: with wonderful : .. ..- .
Catholic Church where' Rev. Father hymns of, the church: ties tor.a. wide Program Se! If Tired All the Time dr Run Down -,- Use

Edward J. Farrell is the pas- Serving as narrator will fee tivitiesThe 'r < \
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TiJ Junior Missionary Societyof Mrs. Mary Joyner Cowser, a camp is located KING
: Second. Baptist Church will tor.An added attraction will be member of'the Lacoa Fellowship. southwest of Orange Choir No. 2 of Ebenezer Method- SOLOMON f'' IRON to'HIC'Youll

celebrate Its 11th anniversary an.iuJy'.8 musical numbers by Jacqueline Serving director is Mrs. Ruby highway, 21 in Church, with Mrs. Eleanor W.
r at 7 o'clock in the church counselor of the Youth as director, will be
Smith-who last year won a $2,000 Wilson, Camping periods at pre- feel better: fast. and
auditorium. music scholarship to Southern Chair The president ,of, the spon- are: First. periods, in its annual musical Sun- be better regulatedIt
The Rev. S. L. 'Badger; who is University. soring .choir is Mrs. Cora Lee second, period July ;; at 7:30 p.m. in the church

pastor of the Emanuel Baptist All parishioners sad friends James. and-. the, third period Must Help You, or All Your Money Back
Church will be the guest speaker. have been invited to attend. Guest artists appearing on the It has been anno There will be musical selections

Ret. Badger is a leader ',of the program will be Miss Meltonia cost of camp per the mixed group the female KEYSTONE LUCKY STORE
Union st. James Association and Cobb who will be heard 'In vocal eleven dollars. and the male quartet.

Ue General, Baptist. Convention* Iota Phi i Lambda, Will i selections and Miss Shirley Harris The camp menus Minnie L. Kidd, the charm 509 BROAD STREET: PHONE EL 4-2557 .

of Florida. Observe Founders who will present instrumental pared by competent wife of Dr. Brutus Kidd, wil I ;
Day
.. The Society which was.organ- numbers.The ,I abide wjth; zed by Rev. K. D. Britt:, has con- chair has extended all members as required by the Boy \ ...
The Chi Chapter Iota Phi and friends'' an invitation to
tributed largely to the church'sprogram ; America. V
and community activi- Lambda Sorority will celebrateits attend. Each camper is

ties. Mrs. Albert A. Williams, Founders Day Sunday att a medical examination Why should hair .
president of the society has an- p.m., at which time Mrs., Ethel ing to camp. These your .
:M. Powell will be honored as Pineapple Sip Sel
has
nounced that the program tions will be given V
been planned to bring complete "Woman of the Year." Applications for you're old and gray1?
enjoyment to everyone who at The affair will be.held in the By District No. 3A obtained from any say ) V
Laura St. Presbyterian Church
tends. district commissioner
State and Laura Sts., the Rev.
1 will be Scout Headquarters
W. B. Miller, pastor. pineapple sip spon-
1 sored by District No. 3 of St. Adams Street. y. vc r
A very interesting program will
ETHEL DAVENPORTIN Matthew Baptist Church Sunday
presented at that time. Invitations -
June 30, from 4; to 6 p.m. in the ft:!
GOSPEL EVENTEthel have been extended to the Caletut&i e
home of Mr. and Mrs. M. Mack,
public to attend, this event honoring -
V 1109 W. 29th Street.
Mrs. Powell.
Some of the most talented .
Davenport "First Lady of youth of the city will be pre- Mrs.. Bell Mitchell

Gospel Songs" will celebrate her Musical Tea Is Slated sented on a program at that time. a trip to New Berlin

anniversary July 14, in the Jacksonville the benefit of V ,fit v$, '. /
Ball Park, Eastside. By Bethel District 12A will leave Orange -- V r
Bells streets at 7:30 p.rn.I C
Many popular singing groupsare Wedding .
,scheduled to appear on the musical tea will be presentedby
APPLICATIONS FOR iaiiir:
The o
program. Also some of the lead- District 12 of Bethel Baptist evenIq.'f '
ing vocalist of the city will be Institutional Church at the home ,1LRRlAG.LICENSES cle's outing to New .,
for'J'ulp 13. Buses V :
featured. of Mrs. J. Ei: Avery, Sunday June V'V
1126 TylerSt. 531 W.
Emanuel Griffin, center, !
Appearing on the program will 30.. ,' age' 21 and Bessie M. Lawrence -i 9,.a.m.! .... -
be: Brother Joe Mayof East St Featured on the program will 1126V& Tyler St., age 20. .t

Louis, Maye Williams of Chicago be a recital by the music pupilsof Theodia Moultry, Rt. 1, Box-782 The Sunshine

J Spirit of MemphIs' Quartet Swan The Evelyn Squires Foy Music age 28, and Darnella Campbell, will conduct an .

Silvertone singers of Pittsburghand Studio. They win furnish back- 1342 W. State St., age 26. Talbot Island Sunday.:

Prof. Alex Bradford and ground music as well as featured Nathaniel'' Spears, 2104; W. 41st will leave?the center, ,

singers. selections. S t., age 69 and Nellie B. Brails- Ave. at 9:30: aon.: The {
Mrs. Esther Denson, the chair- Mrs. Julia E. Brooks is pro- ford, 1319 W. 22nd St., age 66.' E. Jones is 'sponsor. ,
.mam of the anniversary commit- gram chairman and Mrs. Fannie Emmett L. Randolph, J.064 Ift #W4 # *

tee has invited the public to at- Charles, president. Davis St., age 27 and Tomenia A. The Prayers Bands 4TtX -

,tend. Wooten, 2211 Myrtle Ave.;age 27. Inc will sponsor a trip I
world for the benefit '
Lawrence A.: Cash, 1318 W. 23rd
H V St, age 28 and Betty L. Walt- ing the building of I '
Look lovelier
House on West 23rd younger..look todayj :
Po hour, 1112"S. 10th St, age 20. Ii I .

',. ,Robt D.Cuthbertson. Rt. 5,Box i larieuse ,
The Gladiola Ladles
O 233, age 22 and Mildred L. Carter. its annual I Forget thoM "gray hair" httrtsc&M! models (Us the ont shown here) 9
sponsor
Robt. Marshall, 533 W. BeaverSt. : be of hair whiz
PY.YI.IIwrIR. Bruswfck, Ga. : O.d.froy'.Iaii.us! Hair Coloring can you'll proud jour
age 21 and Mildred Ingram, Ticket be fjrt year hair young-looking lorelyli yon choose Codcfroy'c Luiultllt'.
2172 Woodside Ave, age 18. may i _Mer th. famous band ia tkt red b.x,
CULTURES STftAMHTMUBW member of the { right away. gUtciniJbrtrMU
L. 651: W. 4th any LMWB for A\
for
Clifton Wallace its dependability mart \
tlr last mi
8SS road. Buses that lasts!
Kings
St., age 26 and Fannie L. Sum- the 50 ]< ( tkt4uirir ter, 651 W. 4th St., age' 27. from,Beaver aid : Aral take a tip free pr.fessioial! cosmetic coat todyl
( Rlxgs road and \
Jim Jackson, 841 E. Union St.,
aon. Klmgs, road
1075 ;
age 20 and Julia Burton, i
8:45 a,.m. .and let
'"It's s iC* Palmetto St, age 16. i I
avenue>at 9 aun. I
Sam:; Baisden 1448 W. 30th St.,
,, age 53, and Devoies Powell, 1418 wt' I
The Invincible '
W. 30th St, age 35. 1 .
Loius McCain, 1021 Daniel Sage ., Club will sponsor a
18, and Elouise Blair, 1196 W. in, the.1Iasa: lc.Hall on .

Duval .St, age 17. side July 3, from 10 ,

Leroy W.'Augusta. Rt. 4, Box Breaker and his

iRosNEgtaAfspb.4--_- II 443 C, age 22 and Betty L. Liv- will ,furnish the 'music. u

ingston, Rt. 4, Box 443; C, age 15. I V
: Willie F. Carter, 1315 Spearing .Usher': Board No. 1 F'J

I St, age 23 and Marthel Kim- Baptist Church. wQI ..
9V< rvf < *AA > Ave., 17. "Well Wisher" I. k.....Mir*. by.M 1. Apply 6.4.fr/s lortoM. H After ttfcr toBBPI10Y tlma..4. .
brough, 260$ Jupiter age d.I.lb..,Ce his *4..i. ..ih.Ysptkat.r Jnd.4e4 sreoyi 1. .l s./ ...dof
FIVMMI .a- j Nathaniel Davis, 1719 Tyler St.. a;;"6 pjn. ,in. the .*t 4irMIM. 5...... you t.nr''syn.. VV _, ; .

age 20 and Naomi Baldwin 2120 Ium. A very unique .. MANU..AC-r _.CO. 9S1O QLIVB .TMBBT_ aT. kGUIB' MOt V :
Venus St., age 17. been planned for the
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I : Triumph _Churches Announce Religious Congress 1 1.BWmp



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38th Annual Florida State District : .
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and Women's Religious Congress 'J >>'N-:;"> *> '' { >

of Triumph the.Church, and Kingdom -
of God lnChrist* 'July; 9-lf.. .. v \<,

The Congress will 'bi under the, :
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auspices of Bishop E. L. Simp- : t

scn, DD. of Buffalo, N.Y., pre- _:
jriding prelate of the Fifth Episcopal _r2

District of the Triumph ;: B 1inix.
Churches He issued the' call to !

2H Princes, Elders, Ministers, Vdi.j .
:Mothers, Teachers and Laities to

one Joint session commencing at

H2tt loon Tuesday, July 9th.
Bishop Simpson stated in his

pre-congress message that, "the
many grave problems and difficrities -
now confronting the world
of today can only be solved by a :r s

1Z'W.la1th and vision based on the

principles given us by' the divinenature
of God and to venture MUSICAL TEA The senior Missionary Society of Second Baptist Church presented, their annual Musical Tea In the church on June 23. Members that enjoyed this unique event are shown here. In the

tad the safeties of the past. picture from left are: Phillip Brown, Airs. Virginia Brown, Mrs. Irma George, Mrs. Alice GriffenMrs. Allean McCoy, Mrs. Mattie Thomas and Ma s. Minnie Thomas. In the second photo are: Mrs. I

'ThIs '36th session is expectedto Essie Mae Carter, ..lA.. L. Fleming, Mrs. Ella 31. Watts, Mrs. Marrie Cooper, Mrs. Lizzie Ingram,Mrs. 31. L. Collins and Deacon C. W. Fredlck.


meetings of be.the one church.ever of held the Some in greatest, the 500 history state dele- CHURCH BAPTIST HITS RACE MUSIC EVENTIS AM LAYMENTO Florida Normal "Miss: Brewsier" Fraternal NotesDistrict


gates and visitors are expectedto MIXING MOVE, Fetes Visitors Cornation Set

witness the many messages, JULY 14Plans MEET .-' 13 of Day Spring Baptist -
visions, new songs and testi- ORANGEBURG, S,' c. June 27 Church will out-
sponsor an ,II
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monies of, divine deliverance.The (AP) The 2,200-member First ;; On Friday morning, June 21, ':''The' "Miss Brewster" :CoriJn IngJte: -Sllver '8prtngsand* Little '

Women's division will beheaded Baptist Church of Orangeburgthe have been completed for The regular mass meeting of following a special chapel program wuT be held Talbot Island, Thursday, July 4,
by th(t State Mother; ilrs. Southern Baptist Convention the presentation of ,an "Afternoonof the East Florida Conference Lay- 'for the summer session, ton Ceremonies Auditorium June Jn at 8 ajn. All buses will leave
XA.. HanlUns of Melbourne, has threatened to withdraw:' fromif Music" to be presented fJulp 14at men's League of the'AME Church ah Iced-Tea-Hvur' was field in the Elks Sunday, from the church

Florida. 74rs. Hankins' joined the I church group continues 3 t k. >i nthe Mt; Carmel Baptist will be' held at Stf: fames' AME the Westfall Dining Hall. Here, 30, at 4 p.m.

Bishop Simpson in extending an supporting racial integration in Church Church on East 27th2 Sheet at summer school students gatheredto Main feature of the coronationwill
Invitation to the general public Baptist churches, -v The purpose' of this program is 3 p.m. Sunday.A get acquainted with the sum- be a Musical and luncheon Pallbearers No. 216 of the

to attend the day and night sea. The. convention recently recom- to help the mass calendar rallyto special program has been arranged mer school faculty. fashionette. "The Hearts," a female -,I Grand _Union will meet July 3,
Zion. 1 mended an end to, racaiL segrega- terminate at a later date. and will be rendered in Besides the regular-term stu- quintet from Stanton High Iat, ?:30 pjn. in the Walter Me-

The host pastor, Elder J. S. tion in its churches. Several leading choirs of the connection with the,reports,,which dents, many in-service teachersas School will present musical se r mortal AME Zion Church.

Hall along with the officials, The; Orangeburg church con- city will participate on the program will be brought badfc lIt'by the well as persons attending for lections. They are all members of
members and friends of this city gregation last Sunday approved 'also, other, popular 'musical many representatives **'who at- the purpose of improving their the Stanton ":57" graduation class The Pallbearers Society No. 10

are blending their efforts to make resolution! condemning the convention groups and soloist will appear. tended the state meeting, cultural lot were present. and the Stanto-Musi-Cho, directed 'recently held an election of of-

every delegate and visitor's stay action. "The Deacon" Melvin Grace will President J. L. Williams the Mrs. Gladys Johnson, College by Mrs. Annette Espy. ficers for the new term.
in the city more pleasant and The resolution also suggested serve as 'master of ceremonies. Laymen's League of the East Dietician was responsible for the I i elected
formation, of a new associationto delectable cookies served with i Mrs. Arnette Scott will be the Officers were: Mrs.
comfortable. A mammoth
program Jonathan Smith is chairman of Florida Conference and the offi-
,is for the opening be composed of strictly Southern Iced-Tea which was poured from coronation soloist. She is also a Hattie P. Robinson, President;
being planned the rally, and the program will cial staff together with Women'sAuxiliary
aim Baptist churches "if such the attractively decorated bowl member of the "The Hearts." The Mrs.. Bessie E. Spears: Financial
session. talented
night Many be sponsored by Mrs. P. Smith. : are very desirous of Recording
lists of the city along with a 60volce practices (as ,supporting integration having a large attendance in by Mrs. Adele Mathis. fashionette will be directed by 'Secretary; Mrs. Eva Graham, -

chorus will welcome congress ) are'continued by the South- order to discuss solutions' to the Special guests visiting the Mrs. Courtney Carley, a modiste Secretary; Mrs. Gertrude

to the Gateway City. Con- ern Baptist Convention. ." various problems that now con- campus were Mr. and Mrs. Stokes, of Jacksonville.The Crothan, Teller.
,Church members out SOUTHSIDE MASS newlyweds from Athens, Ga., also
gress headquarters is located at pointed front the laymen in the state as Mrs. Rea Woods, Chaplain; Mrs.
that the convention Includes MEET SET SUNDAYThe relatives of Dr. and Mrs. R. W. auditorium will be arranged
:2312 Franklin Street they pertain to the various church Anne Roberts, Treasurer; Frank
churches as far north as New activities. Puryear. cabaret style and refreshmentswill Brown, Marshal; Mrs. Annie Red-
York and as far west as Los Welcomed by President and be served while fashions are
The' Rev. Guilyard will be host dick Innerguard and Mrs. Beulah
VETERAN SECRETARYOF Angeles.The Southside Mass Meetingwill pastor to the meeting. Mrs. R. W. Puryear to the Flor- being modeled. The show will feature West Sick .Committee Chairman.
BIBLE SOCIETY resolution, offered by the convene Sunday at ML Zion ida Normal Faculty and Staff the latest creations in weaning

DIES IN ATLANTA laymen's class, also expressed AME Church, Mandarin, the Rev.Z. Family were: Dr. Sanky Chao apparel{for men, women and .. .. .
disapproval of a decision by the L. Tyrus, host pastor. MOVE. NEWS! (Education), Dr'E. Udoh Nigeria, I children."I "A' Spiritual ,Tea will be givenon

DR. DANIEL XL STANTON' .. trustees of the Southern Baptist Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. 1 Africa, (Psychology), Rev. W. A. Mr. L. I. Alexander, retiring June 30 from 4 to' 6, pjn. in
at Wake Forest, N. C., Smith, Ft. Valley, Ga. (Religion),
Seminary with Dorsey Monroe in charge. Masonic 410 Broad
Dr. Daniel H. Stanton, a vet- Strand and Roosevelt theatres president of the board of Di- the Temple
o eran of 26 years service with the to admit Negro students next The morning worship begins at big first run movies are on Mrs. Mildred M. Jones, Wash- St. Mrs. Melvina Wright will be
year. 11 with. a guest minister deliver- ington (English), Miss Ruth rectors of Brewster will crown
,American Bible Society, died on tap fluting the forthcoming 4th of in charge.
Gregg, Kansas (Music), Mr. JohnB.
ing the morning sermon. Holy "Miss Brewster" and serving as
June 17 at his home in Atlanta, July holiday week at the friendly The is being sponsoredby
Derrick, Tyler, Texas (Busi- program
Georgia after an illness of ,more CHOIR PLANS Communion will be administered theatres: Strand offers Wldmark's master of ceremonies will be Bob the Ark Bearers Court 43,
ness ), Mr. Solomon Cal-
and Dinner will be served the Dept.
than six months. After his retirement ANNUAL TEA II on technicolor thriller, "RUN' 'FOR houn, St Hudson, of radio station WOBS. Heroines of Jericho.
Augustine, (Physical
the church
of at 2
work, last grounds pjn. i
active -
from FOR SUNDAY THE SUN, plus the also new
Education) and Mrs. Dorothy
:year Dr. Stanton ,served the Bible The youth department will present western drama, "IRON
Society in the capacity of fieldconsultant Senior Choir 2 of First Baptist a program at 3 p.m. with SHERIFF," starring Sterling Turner, Orlando, Florida (Secre- ARCHIE T. FRAZIER M. D.

giving counsel to theSociety' Church will sponsor its annual tea guest selections rendered from Haydn. On Sunday through ,
; from 4 to 6 in the i other churches.At .
four division secretariesin Sunday p.m. Tuesday at the Roosevelt you can
Birmingham, Alabama; Cleveland educational building, 1127 JessieSt. the evening hour of service, see a.pair of, terrific first run Homecoming Day ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF

Ohio; Richmond, Virginiaand ..- ,the Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor. the Rev. Mr. Tyrus will deliver films: "HUK," in technicolor

Dallas, Texas. Serving as master of ceremonies the sermon, beginning at 7. All starring George, Montgomery, plus To Be Observed HIS OFFICE FOR THE
Dr. Stanton was responsible for will be Melvin Grace' "The churches are to make financial "TOMAHAWK TRAIL" Then on

bringing the Bible to more Negro Deacon." reports. Julp 3 and 4, the Roosevelt offers
GENERAL PRACTICE
ShilohitesOn OF MEDICINEON
By
people than any other living man. Opening? selection, "Lift Every The four churches participatingin first run, "BRASS LEGEND,"
Through his efforts more than Voice and sing,*' congregation; the mass are Mt. Pleasant starring TV's Wyatt Eary Hugh

four million volumes of the Scriptures prayer Deacon Horace Anderson; AME, the Rev. W. M. Campbell; O'Brian, and the technicolor thrill- June 30, Shiloh Metropolitan JULY 1, 1957

have been distributed in the scripture Carl R. _Jones; selec- Fruit Cove AME, and Allen Chapel drama, "WARRIORS," with Errol Baptist Church, the Rev. A. B.

States of Georgia, Alabama Mississippi tion, congregation; welcome ad- Bayard, the Rev. B. Arnold Flynn.Skyview's. Coleman( pastor. 'WIll observe AT

Florida South Carolina dress, Mrs.. Susie Williams; response and the Rev.. Anthony Jackson, many patrons will. Homecoming: ,Day. i iL
And Tennessee. Mrs. Sadie Allen; selec- and Mi. Zion AME Church with
Mandarin enjoy "JOHNNY CONCHO" Sunday services will begin with
Prior to his work with the tion Grant Memorial AME Trio. the Rev'Mr. Tyrus, pastor., Sinatra, and "BETWEEN HEAVEN the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. = 1913 KINGS ROADJACKSONVILLE
Solo Mrs. Camilla Peters; selection 5
Bible Dr. Stanton. ,
Society, served
AND HELL" .5
Sunday through Deacon; Reuben Jefferson and
t ?L3 parish pastor for ten years, Westminster Choir of Tuesday, followed July 3 and 4 Mrs. Erma Baetv in charge. FLORIDA & '
Church ... .
Methodist District Laura Street Presbyterian ; '
as ,a Superin. by Martin and Lewis in OLLY- ;
ai Mrs. Altamese Weaver; selection MINISTERS, DEACONS The Rev. L. J. Coleman, as-
tendent for six years and as, solo, "
WOOD OR BUST "GHOST
leader of the youth of his Conference -i the Johnson Sisters Trio UNION CONVENESIN TOWN." ,. plus sistant pastor of the, church, will 12 TO 4 P.M. & PHONES:

in Rome, Georgia. : of Day Spring Baptist Church. ST. PETERThe deliver the sermon for the 11 a m.
Dr. Stanton was a member of, Offering, Jesse Lewis and Ray- service. Senior Choir No. 2 under 7 TO 9 P.M. DAILY OFFICE EL 6-0604

the Georgia Conference of The mond Cobb; selection, Westminster Ministers and Deacons Mu- DAY SPRING the direction of Mrs. Alyce.0. -.

:Methodist: Church, a graduate of Choir; solo, Mrs. Altamese Gateway Missionary Baptist Assn.., Roberts, and One Young People's EXCEPT SUNDAYS RES. PO 5-3771
'Gammon Theological Seminary,' Weaver; selection, Johnson Sisters tual :Union and auxiliary to the Choir will furnish music for the II .11'I r

whirh Seminary later honored him ; remarks. :}.{rs. Sula Mae is ,
I convening in St. Peter Baptist WOMEN PLAN day.The 1
with the degree of Doctor of DI- Davis, chairman and S. C. Church, 1637 W. Third St, the closing services of the day
vinity. He is survived by his wife Thompson, general chairman; final Rev. P. Josey, host pastor. The will begin at 7:30 p.m.

Mrs. Emma Stanton. remarks, the Rev. J. C. Sams. sessions will continue through ANNUAL EVENT otoDstlySeajood VALUESJumbo
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OAK{ & PETERS SHOE 'STORE The Services Sunday will begin Men's Day To Be Held
with the Sunday School at 9:30 Plans have been completed for
ajn., with the district superin- the annual Women's Day observ- At Payne Chapel AME SWIMP For Frying . 98c :

: Jacksonville's Oldest Family Shoe Store tendent in charge. The Rev. L V. ance to be presented August 25 f Medium SWIMP For Boiling -. . 69c
I Dickson will review the lesson. at Day Spring Baptist Church. The annual Ken's Day observ-
Established,1901. Deacon A. and Arthur Organization for the observancewas Snapper STEAKS . .. .lb. 59c
.. Kelsey ance will be held Sunday at Payne
Johnson will conduct the devotionat held on June 2, at which Chapel AJkLE. Church throughoutthe LARGE MULLET : ,V.: : lb. 29c
: Nationally .., ,.= Brown 11 a.m. Sermon, the Rev. G. G. time officers were elected. Theyare day. .
':. FLOUNDER . . .lb. 35c
AdvertisedBrands Webb; alternate, the Rev. L V. : Mrs. Madeline Simmons,
Chairmen for the observance
Dickson; choir and ushers of Re- chairman! ; Mrs. Minnie Hawkins, Powell Large Virginia ,CROAKERS lb. 35c
will be Charlie. with Eu-
or, deem Baptist, Church will co-chairman; Mrs. Lola Mayhew,
Y serve gene DeSue serving as cochairman. MEDIUM CROAKERS ? .'.. : ., ..lb. 29c
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.. and dinner will be served_ \fblow secretary; Mrs. Lucille Martin, *
Twenty-five captains are LARGE 7i .. *
CITY CLUB ; 'FrenchWESBQRO ing'the service. chairman 6f public relations; Mrs. working with the chairmen -to RED BASS : .'. .: .lb. 35c ,

The ladies will have. charge of Leola Taylor treasurer; Mrs. Car- complete final plans for ,the ob- 6-8 lb., average, fine for baking. .
Toe the service at 2:30 p m. Sermon, rie B. Slone, chairman of planning Imported at no little expense from,Moncks Corner 8.C. J

i PETERS; the Rev. J. N. William; alternate, committee; and Miss Ida Logan servance.The Rev. B. H. FRESH WATER CATFISH / % .lb., 49c
Hartley, pastorof
j DIAMOND the Rev. O. D. Davis; choir and chairman of converting commit lb/20c
Black 1 ushers of Second Bethel Baptist tee. Friendly Baptist church will .MEDIUM-MULLET .. ". . ,
j t BRAND deliver the sermon for the 11
4 Church will serve. The kickoff for the ooservance. ajn. HALIBUT STEAKS . .'. .lb. 79c
Shoes for hour of worship. He will be ac-
Every The Rev IT.: William will have was held on June18; in the church of
SPECKLED TROUT
"Chicken the Sea" lb. 49c
\ OccasionReasonably $$9 95 companied by the male chorus of
SOAK charge of the BTU at 5:30 pjn. auditorium. Mrs. Madeline Simmons -
Priced Deacon; A. Walker and, Sam Bell chairman of the observancehas his church. MANGROVE SNAPPER ;. :. lb. 49c
",ill conduct the'devotion"' at 7:30 announced that the goal for The Rev. A. Allen assistant I

& PETERS SHOE STORE pjn. Communion sermon the Rev. the day has been, set for five pastor of Midway AME Church THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle

1 ,. W. L. Bell; alternate, the Rev.E. thousand dollars. The women are will deliver the sermon for the

COR. BROAD & FORSYTH. STS. .. L. Wilcox; words of appreciation using prayer 'as. the 'key to the evening worship. Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468. .
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t 'The Is invited to attend.
% the Rev. N. Harris. program. < public "-
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NEGRO LEADERS MAP FIGHT WHITE HLADITS i*t 1' I



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TUSKEGEE, Ala.-Passage of a legislative act excluding Ne- STORY WAS LIE t
if'
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.i f groe voters from. the; city has brought what is shaping up as a
<:- < ,.' mass boycott of white* merchants in Tuskegee.Said :L ,. .. .. '.
j ., .,? ; one Negro leader, William Tuskegee business houses sine an TAMPA-A.- 16-year-old white .... ,
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i' 't' .}- .' : ,:: : P. Mitchell ,an.employee of the anti-Negro, voting bill by Sen. girl admitted Wednesday.that 1 : '
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,'oJ..<' '" :.:.. Tuskegee Veterans Administration Sam Englehardt cleared the Leg- her tale of being the victim of 1: :
t : \. '::1 Hospital: 'Ot islature in Montgomery Fridayand a rape attempt by a Negro wasa IWJ:
f fI "I guess you could say our people went to Gov. James E. Fol- story she trumped up when she 1
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feel that If they can't,vote in som for his signature or disap- became angry at being' scoldedby *:
i Tuskegee they won't trade here proval. her mother for staying out
i either." Englehardt is executive secretary = 1 a::6/ae%
late.When
I A large'number of colored citi- of the prosegregation. Alabama she confessed to the hoax, 1
: zens have already begun to with- Assn. of Citizens' Councils.He her father, who had found her
i.S.a e .' : hold patronage from the mer- declined comment.The in their home bound, gagged and .
chants in Tuskegee, but how extensive bill reduces the city limits bleeding, keeled tt. .t tbs Cap Ioe
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the boycott will become of Tuskegee to exclude all predominately First reports e utnandtnjt. .. youat
: '& *n make oar
remains to be seen. Negro residential excited father sni' nut <.mmanlt
A mass meeting has been calledat areas>including famed Tuskegee had been left olrr in which. to live
a Negro church to discuss.the Institute.It ly the victim of .
impending 'new. law. Handbills leaves all except about 10 of Detective
,11. Pays To Deal With DAVIS announcing the! rally spoke of a Tuskegee's 420 Negro voters out- said the girl was *.z* *
"crusade for 'citizenship. side, the city ,limits and makes and a blouse, -
Negroes outnumber white resi- them ineligible to vote In munici- bound, a rope :
dents approximately 7-3 in Tuske pal elections. The 600 or_so white neck and a gag
gee, a city oft e4S00; population. In voters in the city are unaffected. but her hands* -tcX. "
the county where the trade territory Charles G. Gomillicti, a college Franks! said .
In Our|
Many Bargains extends the ,ratio is nearly professor at Tuskegee Instituteand Negro seized i(
5-1 in the Negroes' favor. president of the TuskegeeCivic ironing, beat her C
Consequently, a.serious boycott Assn. which called the mass rod and slashed\
could have a paralyzing effect on meeting, reported some Negroes"are and face with a -Iett
"' Used Department1FR.IGIDAIRE. the. city's- commerce. trading elsewhere, but how. The officer : -
.. ,, White businessmen,_for the most many I don't know.'" ,were only> .... FR' -k,-
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.cw It I part are reluctant, to discuss the He said-Negroes unwilling to bleed much, ? -K
Ann Jones
; < -- threat .but'M4yor*' ;Phil Lightfoot trade in Tuskegee'are buying1 ir mitted she & Haven School *
said, "Thereno: ,evidence thatI goods in nearby Auburn or Opeli- and broke '
Dealers and it.
.1. ;,can, see yet of any real boycott." ka, and some In Montgomery, 40 struggle.She -
. $19.95d30" 1a Bottling Co. fc
; There has been widespread talk miles to the west ,is being '
of a mass refusal,. to deal with tarry). overnight to salute Peneit
Ann Jones of the 9th
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PHILCO RANGE . : ... 129.50 r her condition.name.'Franks class. She Is a "7'
Dr. Archie T.; Frazier Announces of the Student


; r.\ 1-36"' ALLAN GAS RANGE: $ 69.50 Opening Office For Practice large cal ..Association Chi Delta; the, Junior Safety Chorus.Patrol E

1 and Harmony
2 FLORENCE Doctor Archie T. Frazier, local young Physician will begin medical -
( and Accepted -
practice' at his office on July 1, 1957. The: office is located in I ous affiliation is ******** CC
TABLE TOP OIL .RANGES. each $ 49.50 the New Kings Road Shopping Center, 1913 Kings Road at comer i Primitive, -
of Spires Street. The young Physician is sponsored to the Jackson- serves as a I
ville Public by;; 'Dr. Lincoln B. Childs and Dr. F. P. Wood of Wood'sChemical
4 '. 1-5-PIECE CHROME DINETTE $ 29.50 Company. 'I former tee Board.Miss;He is
Dr. Frazier, a native of Jack-
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I Chrlstianburg
sonville, is the youngest son of Dental and Pharmaceutical Asso-
1 7-PIECE have
MAHOGANY one
Mr. and Hire. Watty Frazier of ciation; 'Jacksonville Branch of berta. Mrs.

DINING ROOM SUITE . $139.50 National Medical Association; nurse of Saint 1LT11.Y
American Pharmaceutical Association -
of Richmond,
Student American Media
< 1 2-PIECE SOFA BED SUITE with ; registered nurse


__.. SWIVEL. :CHAIR To Hatch::. only $ '69.50F KK NELLIE DeSUE
Y llatthewV.. Gilbert
"EXTRA GOOD"Special
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Sale On member of the Spring
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I REGULAR VALUE $149.50 'Ni *"
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' 1 -SPEED, QUEEN REG. VALUE $239.95 SAVE $100.00 pleting his special study as a :r

CLOTHES DRYER . only $139.95 Resident Gynecology Physician>at Brewster in Obstetricsand Hos- **'

pital on' June 30th. Before be- ; I .,

i 71 x 9 GOLD SEAL ,RUGS only $ 5.98BEG Hospital coming ,a he Resident completed at a Brewster'general \ I ..o." .*,

VALUE $9.95 THEY LAST! rotating internship at Katie B. ; New Stanton *
$ WHILE Reynolds Memorial Hospital. Win- ......._.'"'''' w..,_____._ i.__L..__.:,visi s' : Is paid to Joan .. .
ston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. Joyce Bethel (right) winner of the 500.00: of the Senior '. 1tt'
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Frazier .earned the Doctor of ship award for 1957 is seen acceptingthe check She Is a member
All Remnants In Congoleum Medicine Degree June, 1955 from branch manager of 'champion cleaners. Miss. National Honor So- -fo-
Meharry Medical College, Nash- .
Talladegh College in Alabama this falLGALA President of the
,ville, Tennessee. He was an honor Club and a JIIf" ;'
in the. 1950 graduatingclass
student I .*
of the Student
The Yard 1/2 Price in Pharmacy from Howard II HOLIDAY WEEK AT THE II] Joan served as *
By University Washington D.C. and to bliss Loyalty )f-
also an honor student of Stanton
STRAND : She Is a member *
Senior High School I. Class 1942. '
While a student at Stanton, Fra- 7 BIG DAYS SUN.-SAT. St. Matthew BapyL I
... Church.
zier became a young public servant : JUNE SO( ,JULY ft BOTH yL _
through his)teaching of First * 1
PLATFORM ROCKER . ., : $ 12.50 Aid Classes to the local public RICHARD WlDMARKJREVOR "HUK"GEORGE
school teachers and the commu- HOWARD + Congratulations from Pepsi
: nity. He practiced as a Registered JANEGREER Cola to these three Merit
4.95
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Listen to the Pepsi Merit
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Smith Prescription Shop and Award salutations en Pepsi
A COFFEE TABLES or Lowe's Cut Rate Drugs. ./ Young Frazier was a Veteranof WED & your dial, Saturdays 3
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STEP TABLES .. each only $ 5.95 World War H APTO-34 1ST RUN to Wilder 4 Park Recreation :,
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S Months home front and American "BRASS Center. Adntierfen Free. ..

Theatre of Operation], He was a Plus '

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A.M.E. Church, 'Boy Scouts of PLUS1TIDiT -

i--- 1- 3.PIECE BED ROOM SUITS only $ 39.50hYt America.following-He Medical is a member and Fraternal of the LFR hiot>i yfEts60101 31isJllNcRAY1Jffl 1i SKYVIEW,


Organizations: Florida Medical,


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:- 1imac.1 THE FLORIDA STAR air Saturday, June 29, 1967



I /News; Of Interest ';':From All Sections Beautiful Florida I



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,0>" ; .. ,*, BY E. J. VREEN>" ... MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE ,, :: ..< '- Palatka. 1:00- C:02 Sign On >: .:
608. Madison Street Florida .
C2- C5 News ft Weather '
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j" ,! Phone,East 5-3025 057:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon
? : MY 15-17 7
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I007:13 News ft Weather r,:' ." .
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l-3- :OO Morning Capers (Bob
JJ"-.t After .three sr weeks* .of absence. :we again renew our column of I-S:03 News Hudson ft) Weather

County news_ IU:00'.. Morning Capers (Bob. 'i for the
This week we'are 'inviting'young a 1 AO--i *.:03 News Hudson*)Weather, 14 wi annual .cosmetology clinic

Jady who for several years Baptist Church of which the Rev. 943-10:00 Jumpin'Shaw) Show (Johnny Sponsored by Florida A and M

'Bved in the"rural area of, Palatka. J.V.. Walker is pastor raised 10:00-10:03 News A Weather University and the State Boardof
10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
She recently moved into town One Thousand dollars, by puttingon Grace) Beauty Culture, has been sched-
;and lives the with 11:00-11:03 News ft Weather uled for the last two 'weeks
on street the a rally which was named the 11:03-12:00 in
Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
name as that of the first president Twelve Tribes of Israel. Plans Grace) July. It will begin on July 15
I of the United States. She isJB have ,been made for an arcade 12:00-12:65" Local Daniels News) (Yvonne IT : iIiiL r and close on July 27. Guest artists

t member of a church of which annex to the church. "* 12O51:00 12:05-12:15. Job Noontime Mart Tnnetlme(Yvonne Daniels) will include "Miss Mae Mar-

3er lather is the pastor and she I (Yvonne Daniels) :; ,:",,,' tin, of New York City, specialist
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1:001:03 News ft Weather < :
2s: quite active in the institution. 1:032.00 Gospel Train No. Z (Deacon : ': in hair cutting and hair styling.
Tf she will contact me I will give Grace) .. The clinic will be under the direction
The many friends of Mr. Fred 2:002:03 News ft Weather r:::"'" < ... c
ber two passes to the movies so 2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon \ ; of Mrs. E. M. Croomer
Bartell were glad ,to see him in Grace)
sine can carry her sister who Palatka last Sunday. He was 3.003:03 News A Weather 5. head ef the University's depart
3:034:00<< Jnmpin' Show' (Johnny ment of
la industrial
cosmetology-an
WWL. -
j visiting his mother Mrs. Susie Shaw)
4:00-4:03<< News Weather h I unit of the school of engineering
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Bartell and his sister. Mrs. Ruth ;ti{
<443-< 540 Jnmpin' Show
Brown. Shaw) (Johnny .__ ____ ___ _, .. _....____"'___.. _"'"' .. ",""x-.. : and mechanic arts.
Alene Harris was called 5:00543 5435:45 News Jnmpin'ft Show Weather(Johnny SILVER TEA-Members and guests of th e Sweet Dream Social Club enjoyed their annual The purpose, of the clinic is to s

tie Jacksonville last Saturday tog SATURDAY Shaw) SCHEDULE Silver Tea observance in the home of Sirs Doro thy Silas. Shown in the picture are memberswho advance the technical knowledgeand

;, id the funeral of .Mr. Ward. Mrs. Amanda Ward is visitingher C40C42 Sign'On enjoyed the occasion. From left to right ,a re:. Mrs. Lottie LaCount Sirs. Eula John Mrs. skills of the workers in the

sons in Philadelphia. I 6:65-C02645 746 News Heaven's* Weather Road Pearl Denlfield/ Mrs. Eliza McQueen, Mrs. ,Be becca Cooper Mrs. Roselle Goosby, Mrs. Susie profession and to stimulate advanced zt
740743 News & Weather Johnson_ JUrs. Essie Barnes and Mrs. Dorothy S lias. I creative thinking among
743S.00 Morning Capers (Bob
.. cosmetologists., Patrons will be
Hudson) I
Harris and Mr. and Mrs.
JgHrs. .
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Kddle Norris attended tb* PastExalted and Mrs. Arthur Lockhart 143f Morning Capers (BobHudson gary, one of the best performersin FAMU INSTRUCTORS and teachers will be
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Mr. ) Hiss GibsonWlinbledonNaich Wins able to instruct future trainees in
Haters and the, Putaqhten at- 943 News I tennis. ,"'
have: their house guests :Mrs. : Weather
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ELECTED ,
TO
DENTAL manner
a more efficient ,
: 943-1640 Jnmpin' Show (Johnny Miss Gibson, who accor-
) Balers Council ia Jack- I : appeared very
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Alice- Washington of Pelhaxn Shaw
sav I last Sunday.friends 1646-1643 News)*Weather I unsteady from the beginning fl- BODY POSTS !ing to Mrs, Croomer.
__ Georgia. 1643-1146 Gospel Train) No. 1 (YvonneDaniels nal y settled down to become her The clinic win embrace ;hair
1140-1143 News Weatherl1:13UoI. usual-.self because 'of'her experfence tinting bleaching; sffealu; Thar
tl't.
: .--" .:.; : .Gospel.Train No. 1,(Yvonne WIMBLEDON-Althea Gibsonof. ST. PETERSBURG-Two members
I Daniels) h and went on to win. styling, hair cutting shaping,
The > \ of Mrs: Gladys Rev..and,Mn.L.D. Green:had 1240-12:03 Local News (Yvonne New York breezed throughto of the Florida A. and M cold cream 1
falker ': wm regret to learn that Daniels), The tdp-seeded .star. has been curling pressing
< University college of
their pharmacywere
a j house guests last Sunday 1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) : victory Tuesday in' the opening named by, thetop nuking tennis scalp treatments, facials mani-
#6 sad her son Charles have D6rd:''Ollie gUsh'azid Mrs. ElIse 1205140 Noontime TuBettme elected to oUlcesin the
.,. :matches of the rain soaked Wim cures, pedicures and barton
(Yvonne Daniels) authorities in Britain as the per- ; typesof
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>beea in for the past week. Potter Lakeland.. Florida State Medical, Dental and
140-143 News
Weather M
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Daniels) without heat.
other matches
246243: News.& Weather her ,faulty playing to .pace throughout Europeis the association's 61st annual
R. FAMU. PROFESSoiL'S -- Zl3oe.: Saturday Session (Johnny the reason for giving her the At, the clinic's, conclusion certificates
J. HcGriff suffered .a severe ShaW) eight American men and seven II convention held here recently.

%Bart >attack( ,,last.. Sunday' in, his VES ..AS'SPEAKER 343446 346343< News Saturday& Weather Session (Johnny women. '. odds. Matthews Waters was installedas awarded. All of attendance asked will be to
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PWt.f Blotch, assistant Shaw) dean of the FAMU college of
:Uoyd T. pro 546-543 News ft Weather In less than 15 per cent of the
'l'i' ,lessor of history at Florida ,A 5435:45, Saturday Session (Johnny to win at Wimbledon battled to a fatal' highway accidents In ,the pharmacy, was elected second vice GET DIPHTHERIA

and' ,if 'University;. delivered the SUNDAY Shaw) SCHEDULE. 6-4, ..6"second. round triumph U.S. la 19561 I I president. SHOTS NOW

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I) The Third; Annual t Boat Races Will Be Held July 4::



... .-_ - .-' --. ..- .. _. _.. f HCHRISTOPHER'S

witness the magnificent performances -sent to High ,, int-ThomasviUe I I returned everything has been

PIER IS SCENE -1 IR. ZyEJ luw the most beautiful of all team in the. Class V B Carolina together smoothed out and the boys are>

is the deportment of the people. League is playing shortstop and again.

p OF MANY WATER ATTRACTIONS The order Is superb.MANAGER hitting .297. During training sea- SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, the
middleweight champion, bas said
JOE JUST, the son, he appeared to be the answerto
he Is breaking off relationships*
newly appointed manager of the the Phillies shortstop woes. with IDOL Robinson Is under contract
The third annual open club championship boat races for Schaefer Jacksonville Braves has taken 'but as soon as they obtained
;j;tr. to Norris who Is the IBO
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trophies will be held Thursday, July. 4: at Christopher's Pier on the ''''".,1':' .. I over tie reins' like a gallant Chico Fernandez from the Brook- at least until Judge Sylvester

St. Johns 'River,' by the New Berlin. Outboard Motor Club. soldier. The present standing ,ef lyn Dodgers he became a bench R'an..rules
.. OB the IBO monopoly
Competing for these beautiful' the club has been no nightmareto warmer. case before him.,,
trophies donated by the F &: M the- new manager. He took FRANCISCO HERRERA who

Schaefer 'Brewing Company will I Trainiuq Course what he found and Is trying to jumped the Miami MarlinS in THE PATTERSON- ACKSON

11 be..participants from several out I : !! make what he wants. The Jacksonville Havana after hitting pitcher Bob tickets are now on sale. Reserve

1 of town boat clubs. Representatives Closes AV Pool : fans are no more anxious Conley; a teammate, is back. The seats range from .$10 to $30.

from Orlando, Eustis, Flor- to have a winner than Joe Just big first baseman Is one of the Jackson Is training at Harry's

ida and Atlanta, Georgia are ex- \- JOHN KENNEDY, the Jack- biggest guns in the Philadelphia Farm located at Columbia, New
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pected, to be present. The Southeastern Area of the ..."J ; sonville' boy who was the first farm system. When he jumpedthe Jersey.
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Members from the New Berlin American Red Cross recently conducted Negro to train with the Philadelphia club he was the top hitter Will sw you next week.. Until

Outboard Club here in Jacksonville a successful Water Safety i Phillies and who was later for the Marlins. Since Herrera then smooth sailing. ',.:.
will be: Harold "Red" Pom- !
Training program at the Jefferson -..,
ery, George .Christopher, s: A. Street pooL i .. S oS.
Christopher, Ed Durham; Israel ( ,
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Anyone eighteen years old'or '. : .. ;
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Stalling, Jerome Singletary, Ruff a ". --
older was permitted to take the '"
Gay, who will pilot Red Dan's f -
course. The course was under the _f'-
boat and J. W. Walker.
direction of Dick Bracewell, '
Other events will be boat -
a, ,
American Red Cross Water Safety ; >
demonstration, ski show and a :::
Service director for Duval .
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swim race across the St. Johns x.a '
Cdunty. He was assisted by Julius ,
,River to Goat Island. There will ,, \
Guinyard, Water Safety InStructor >,{ (!
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be no admission fees and as usual Clear::; ,
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the large crowd that witness the ,. and. director of the Jefferson f .. 3' : : '
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races each year will be expectedto Street pool.? ... .. : '4: ; ,. '.. : :,> : .
A total of : '
be present.: enrolled in the thirty-one course representing persons- : ,- : '.' -; ': 'i:1i;: ,', .
From the beginning o* the boat -. > heads ..,..: '
the states, Tennessee, Alabama )r tJ '
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races three years ago, the races ; e !--I; .it' ,

have grown in.color. arid achieve- South Caro1tnSd Florida:! \\ ,.-, i "".. '.".' ".,. *..,".. .,.,.: ..I. ......... I ,.-' .'..'. '*.,.. .
The course was designed to .
ments. More and more participants "
train students in the basic swimming : : : i '
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are competing each year -" t
the crowds skill, water safety and arti- .;: ": : ,
and .
and larger larger :' .-' ., ji.1 agree /
1 .grow. ficial respiration .methods, The \ '::1 ., "{...JIfIr.

The sponsors can always assure course consisted of thirty hours I !

those who attend the races and divided into theory and practice. .. :
better.
Calvert
f, spend the day at New' Berlin, canalways PRIVATE ADULT CLASSES CUTS LOOSE FROM MANAGER-Rocky Marclano" the .reigning tastes

be assured of wholesome Private .adult swimming lessonsare king of ,the heavyweights from Sept. 23, 1952 when he knockedout '
entertainment and good order. Jersey Walcott In 13 rounds at *** .
now being given at the Jef* Philadelphia, through Sept.
i Everyone present will be there to fcrson pooL Classes will be con- 21, 1955, when he knocked out Archie Moore In nine In'New York

help everyone else enjoy the day. 1 ducted Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays has cut loose from his Manager Al WeilL Ills 'contract would have One taste is all you need

and Sundays. Tuesdays, terminated July 31, but since he never intends, to re-enter the ring ,

Thursdays and Fridays from 9:30: again he did not need a manager. While fighting he drew gates of

Lear Inducted to 10:30'pm.., Sundays from 5:30 $4,1S&289 and he won 1 every one of his 49 'professional fights, 43 '

to 6:30 p.m by knockouts. lie retired undefeated Irf 1956.SPORTINGIT. to what other clearheaded

Into U. S. Army The fee is $1.00 per week to be ,., .- -or- prove

_'jgPHILADELPHIA paid in advance. The class will

Hal Lear, be limited to twenty-five persons : I UPBy .

one of the greatest basketball arid no spectators will. be allowed men know-that

players to perform at Temple during I those hours.Progress .

University in the history of the .swimming tests will C. PAKIIAM JOHNSON .

school has been sworn into the be given in the private adult BASEBALL BIG-WIGS are very Tebbitts said.

U.. S. Army;and left' Immediately swimming class Friday night' at outspoken In saying there Is a SPIDERVEnB has at last Calvert has the greatest :

for Fort Jackson, S. 'C.: the Jefferson .pool.- -* These'. -. tests-- possibility, of the July All-Star been stopped..Charley: Joseph of '
R, 'Lear led'the astern Basketball I wtff.two.. weeks f beginner game opening up with an all He says unless they snap out of

League in scoring last 'season swimming instruction. New students tan outfield on the National it there will ''be same fining done. :

while playing with Tri-Cities. He may enroll in the private League side. With an outfield of Ne\vi Orleans dropped him for an taste in whiskey. Get tnUgytrifil

was one of the most highly rated adult classes July 9 at 9:00 p.m. Willie Mays of the New, York eight count in, the sixth round : '
Each session is for three weeks. Giants, Frank Robinson of the S. S
players In pro basketball circles. and then went en to win a unanimous -
The present session will end July Cincinnati Redlegs and Henry decision In their 10-ronnd

7. Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves, fight held recently in New Or- size
h today. _.
Orders End the National will be well \ ; :
Judge The purpose of a progress test League leans.' Webb, the third ranking ::
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is merely .to measure progressand fortified. Even If it doesn't hap- middleweight contender from Chi- S.

To Boxing EmpireFederal is only incidental to the pen, who can name a better cago weighed 160 ( and Joseph f

course of instruction.At combination? 159. The two middleweights really

Judge Sylvester J. Ryan the completion of the course, KID GAVILAN was given one gave the people a show for their Only 'J/

LI I American Red Cross Swimming of the worst beatings of his ca- money. .
on June 24 ordered the dissolution| '
L Club' certificates will be issued to those reer recently when he lost his HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION 1. : :
+ of the International Boxing :
that has dominated profession persons passing the course. fifth straight fight in his loss FLOYD PATTERSON is setting $ en : 'S i

t boxing in recent years. Also In The following are enrolled in to Vince Martinez in Jersey City. up ,a terrific pace in his Green- :+. : IIIaIN
4
his ruling cajne the, order for the adult classes: Mrs. Sara Cor- The 31-year-old Gavilan sufferedhis wood Lake camp despite the heatin 1/2 PINT .': ,
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j:1w
IBC president Jim Norris and his bitts, Miss Carolyn Bryant, Mrs. 25th defeat against 104 wins.It making preparations for his -' .. : : t

r partner Arthur Wirtz to sell Johnnie K. Morris, Mrs.: Altamese was Martinez's 53rd victory title match with Tommy (Hurricane .:....

their stock in Madison Square Roberts, Mrs. Ruth Singleton, Mrs. against five defeats. The defeat ) Jackson at' New York's

Garden. Judge Ryan said his decision Doris Wise, Mrs. Anice Williams, set Gavilan back in his bid for Polo Grounds July 29. Pattersonis

Is designed to reopen professional S. S. Muldrew, Jimmy Walker, another chance at the champion- mixing It up with road work,

title fights to' -legitimate Mrs. Gloria H. Johnson, Mrs. boxing and gym,. work. The heat d."iI '.1.. ?:' E
r
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ship.ALTHEA
and healthy competition." seems .to have no effect q
Linda B. Mitchell, Mrs. Emily GIBSON has been upon ." .
Norris and '''Wirtz are to resign :" :;"
King, Mrs. Bernice.' Caldwell, M1s.sl3etty.A rated tops among the women's ,
from office now held In the him.JOHN .L \
any iMcCatai: Mrs. Lillian G. singles seedings by. the officialsof WESLEY COVJNGTON 1.

Garden' ..organization withinSO Conway, Mrs. Vera Davis, :Mrs. the All England Tennis Club. has gone back to the Milwaukee
days after July 1 and get rid of ,
Grace Vineson, Mrs. Mary John- Just about everyone in Britain including Braves. He was recalled to fill .. ".":.-. 16Z// 1612h
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all Garden five :
Stock within, r
1 son, Mrs. Louise Moses, Mrs. the bookies made the the gap left by Bobby Thomson o
not..
The decree Is
expectedto
years. Eva
: Pearlie Scarbough, Mrs; same selection. Miss Gibson is who was traded back to the h

Robinson's hamper negotiations title defense for fight Ray .Rosier, Mrs. Fleet Alexandra, Mrs. eyeing the Wimbledon matches, Giants. Covington was sent to
CalvertIRESIEnWIE
against Carmen Basilio. However 1 Ernest Wilson, H. O. Kelly- Jim- the World Series of tennis. Triple A Wichita of the American
I Louise Allen, Mrs. M. L. Butler,
the Garden will be prevented Association May 15. The
lIANAGEBVALT ALSTON of
0
xnie Burris, Percy Parsons, Bobby
1 from promoting more than two lefthanded hitting Covington was wa
the fined
Brooklyn Dodgers was
I Hall, Mrs.. L. Mezeke, Mrs. Viola ..
.265 at Wichita Before :
title fights a year for the next hitting ;:
and President -
recently by
Simon suspended ?Y
I Taylor, Herman Griffin c4
five years.'Te1evb1on. being optioned he was hitting .143
Warren Giles of the National weRtCxS
viewers will Hall and :Mrs.' T. H Brooks. THE KANSAS CITY ATHLETICS ., :
probably League for a run In with Um-

continue to see the regular pire Frank Seoory on a ruling are branded as the dump- ....-wr IIUC'I._owe
lug grounds for worn out Yankee DCU""" __'"
Wednesday and Friday night against Pee Wee Reese who was
fights since the contract betweenthe ball players and as a farm club .
Harris Trained alg fined $50. Alston was fined THE CALVERT DISTILLING CO.
IBC Network and sponsorshas $100 and suspended for three for the Yamkees. Why be so -- --..

a clause permitting other days. It was his first suspensionsince harsh on the Athletics They only .
promoters to stage fIghts. With Barbed Wire becoming manager of the have pitchers Tom Gorman, Tom j ,

Brooklyn Dodgers. Morgan, Mickey McDermott Jack r E ;;

AroHid Urban and Ralph Terry; infielder

Top Rope THIS .COLUMN .JOINS .the ,Billy Baxter,.. Vic Power, and w.,

Watch This down many well wishers of Darrell Billy Martin; !outfielders Lou .. <

Leake, the all-round' athlete of Skims, Bob Cerr, Wood1'and Held F ''t .
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CUTAND SHOOT, Texas-Roy Landon In ..
School
High congratu- .Martyi sad catcher Hal
56619 Harris, the heavyweight. who de- Bob ;
tions' for his recent signing of aBrooklyn ex-Yamkees. << I '
feated Willie Pastrano the third Smith, all

!E 423=10-31, .-, ranking heavyweight contender assigned to contract.the Bhiefield He will W. Pa.be J. D. (Goodwill) BROOKS Is as .

I trained in a 'ring that was topped Class D Appalachian League. He busy as anant, these days makingpreparation

9'. T; 5 with a strand of barbed wire. joins another Jason who has done for the third annual

o 2 Harris, a schoolteacher was a great job for. the Dodgers In boat races at Christopher's Pier, C lvrt

8 f&. :c4 4 trained by his father in a stand- representing Jacksonville. AH New Berlin July 4.: Brooks, Holt "
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and have worked
ard ring. Henry Harris, the father baseball fans remember Don Bes- Christopher' ;;'
together most harmoniously each -
99L-OOI-699 has also trained two other sons. sent.
year to make this attraction one 1- "
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c;" 16-!58-24'Sometisaes Little Henry and; Tobe' say their MANAGER BIRDIE TEB- part of the .country- Some of the

s father doesn't like to see them BETTS of the Cincinnati Redlegs most beautiful 'boats and most .
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p back Into the ropes. is a very much disgusted man of the biggest attractions In this '
Sometimes he's darn I Reserve -
He aiis, subtracts In the fight against Pastrano, these days because of the poor daring drivers to beseen any-

He 'w rks It all aronni Roy 'disPlAyed much of the akin playing of his team. Tebbitts has where will be out there com ,

; FOR JUNE 29. ..' taught him* by"- jh1s father: and accused: his players of "sloppy boat peting.races People from gather far to and see near the :' Nothing finer in American taste

r 99 30:.=-04 especially that of staying off playing and very .> poor hitting.This and with the many hundreds of -" .-- ->1"r; ,.(t \ .
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'ThIs week-end all eyes will turn experience Is any criterion for success, Nat "King" Cole ACADEMY AWARD WINNER ANTHONY QUINN in

to New Berlin for the annual boat Play In the adult a big hit with motion picture audiences in "Chint Gate," Beach' Outing "THE RIVERS EDGE" ','
Wilder Special Low Rates For ...
tinues'at '
races and water ski champion- July 4, at the Ritz and <

ships. This year In addition to remainder of the week, 'II' I I Churches, Schools Clubs ,"BILLY THE KID IN SANTA FE"s

the-regular events there win be week the games are Gate," a Twentieth OrganizationsPhone .
swimming contest. for the Jefferson street EL 6-3729 TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY, JULY 2-3 '
marathon
release written
a pro c.
Aspirants for the swim title will It[ some of the readers directed in Cinema- ... '*' '. 1543 W. Beaver SPENCER TRACEY

race across the river to Goat come confused as to Samuel Fuller, Nat ...,;.".,,. "'.1' .. "20.000 YEARS IN SING SING"

Island. Winners, In all of .the of the grmes played and role of, a tough Ameri- t : and

events win, be awarded trophies why the reports are battling the Com .
complete week it is Apts. for RentFOUR ALCATRAZ ISLAND"STARTS ,"
donated the Schaefer Brewing
by Indo-China '
as a mem i ..
Company. J. D. Brooks and Commodore newspapers deadline. French Foreign Legion. !t.j, JULY. 4th :.

Edward Hold of ,the local cover I games played Enterprises 'film also 'f'1lL NAT "KING" COLE IN

New Berlin outboard Club are through the folloWing Barry and Angie Dick- ROOM APT. Witchen "CHINA
GATE"HOME
serving as coordinators of the The field of the equipped. :515: West 17th Street. '

affair.In in the six team Can after 6 p.m. EL 36685.
established his fame as
addition to local entries getting narrow with, t FOR SALE
Applications with millions of record ,
have been received weeks left in which i ROOM-In home hot and '
world-wide market, Nat got private ,
!Ii;.. FURNISHED APT--Respectable from Orlando and other cities. Four teams sure* to actor to "China t*_ cold water. Phone EL 4-6513.:
undefeated couple desired. Modern conven IL W. Floors. MS West 19th St.
Favorites In the race 'include Red are the
sings onlp one sorig- I
iences. Phone EL 57882. EL 4-731L
I Sinclair > rates, Candlelighters: '
Poineroy Christopherand the title of the picture.
Jerqme Singletary. A new- Boys Home. The two, sitting there cleaning r


comer racers will In the join person the ranks of Ruff of Gay the berths teams weathering will ,be the he natives explains playing, "and this I 66 Gas St '

elimination. ; Phillips ation Opens At 15th & Myrtle
who will pilot Red Dan Joyners'new It's a sort of haunting
On the 19th the
racer. I '
and the first thing
A bevy of beautiful acqua- turned back the ; singing some words
Gas Well-known] Jaxons
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belles and ,dolls will be on hand the 20th saw' the I'm cleaning my gun. Slop Operated By

to make the sights easy on the rates ease by the was the last gone

eyes. Among the out of town Glovers Towers by the late Victor

damsels expected are Mable Flag- couple of, needed runs to
a matter 'of fact, his ,
ler of New York, a former Jaxon. Saints another loss by Max Steiner finished

:Many former residents are 1715. Mack Riley's because at the time of

winding their ways __home to another mark In the it wasn't quite .

spend vacations with the home- in Monday nights liked the song so much ': hS

folk. Among them are the former to the Dodge 115. -' ,,
recorded it for : ,. : S
Constance Robinson, who is nowa What started out ," explained the a. ,

resident of New York City:* of the most exciting singer.

Connie is sporting a '57 Dodge season turned out In

which is the twin'of her Sister for the Candlelightera

'- Bernice Vance's. couple 'of well played

Ken Knight served as host on went to pieces and fell,
the Orioles 21-8 in ) FACES w
his patio to a group of friends.

His co-host was Alfred Harold game.,. "Monk" Lucas,

of the STAR pitcher for the ; :
advertising department
CHARGES :
knocked out In the "S 'S

.,p',;Vivian Sutton, sister o{ Marian and was relieved by S :" :: Js ..
tog into the top of, ,
tand Lettye Sowell is in town
.- the Orioles had a slight
.Visiting.: Vivian Is
employed by
,0 the score 6-5*. Getting
" :one of the larger firms in New t : 1r
together they scored 4
York City. She will be In ,town -
the fourth, five' runs to this week dropped
for a month or more. The family ; $ I.r
with circuit blows against James E.
has a full round of entertain-
with two on, and > of 430 West Ashley: ?
ment planned.
Green with none on he found himself "out
Freddie Brown the Buick sales-
secure the contest they into the, frying pan"
man, flew' to Miami .G
on
company big runs in their half government filed simi-
biz Tuesday. Freddie that PU
reports
with the aid af1an against him.
halt of Jacksonville Is
vacation
tripper by A. Rivers. :. Solicitor John L. :
ing in the South Florida resort
connected for a four I an informa-

center. the Candlelighters.A I Sims with posses-?
We have, good news for all of number of : tickets on March-

you adults who want to learn to ances have been

swim but are ashamed to let the umpires' decisions, or saidthat "since the ar-

little human tadpoles out-do you. cisions, and we feel that the, motions last week r. acv .t tt.. .:,,". ..: sr..xk%: :.?Pi w." ... ,kit

Julius Guinyard is conducting private dition should be government has filed
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adult classes at the Jefferson mediately. The ground "TLS"N in the case and A : v'r x.5Y :

Street Pool two nights a pear to confuse d the evidence with a r ,

week and on Sunday afternoons.No ers, and officials. duces tecum. m

spectators are allowed, so, number of based that the state is nol- I < A distant view of the new Phillips "66" Station At 15th & Myrtle Ave.m I II

you grown-ups can go in and t taken. on a passed ball case Inasmuch as it ,

splash your wobbly strokes until to the position of the manifestly unfair to try ,' .:' ,".",,:-:,- -- ...,. -. .. .
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you perfect them. still in play. So far for the same acts (." ..'':<. ._, v p i2S '6o'
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Word has reached us of the there is only one pitcher the charges themselves .',:. .. ..:,>,:t,'.: .' 't:, ,

untimely death of Martin "Marty" slstantly throws. legal separate offenses."
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The
r photo above shows the new
Richardson, veteran newspaperman no mention is ever Attorney M. H. Myer- "
Phillips 66" Service Station locatedat
and former Jaxon. At the of the umpires that the nol-prossing of
15th and
Myrtle where
time of his death "Marty" was are pitching illegally. 'already a
stream of Jaxons
working with the Cleveland Call is a situation that had charged that his :) : are a8.Illngthem-
; selves of the efficient and courteous
and Post. Our sympathy Is extended correcting. We hope been coerced into tes
service offered and the recently opened
the elimination
to his family. was immune from establishment.

Joe on the 15th of July that due to' a Florida .
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"Hollywood" Higdon! is )Ir. Henry Jasmin Is the authorized
dais
will their
telling all you boys and girls not get gives immunity in dealer at the new Phillips M86" Station
decide to call
and
to spend all of eases where a person
your pennies at ; which Is one of the most modern and
the Ray Charles dance tonight regardless to the teams to give testimony. .rk. a .5 r _____
t participating. completely equipped stations of Its kind
On,the heels of the Charles dancea r In the city.SERVICE.
The move to the
giant "rock and roll revue" is
street diamond wilt Henry Jasmin who
coming to town. Watch your local manages the establishment Is In
comed and seen
one es Invites '
papers for the date and place. outfielders,Jn the l ; Jr4 the 'photo at extreme left at one of

In a different vein, Mrs. Ethel the four
gas pumps where patrons are
be interesting to note,, '
Davenport Bannister well known To Visit given service
ber of what is a prompt and other courtes-
gospel singer, is haying her iI1 ,rL check to
anniversary Wilder Park turn ,out fr a complete tire-air" check and
at the New Ball Park, lea, ranging from an under-the-hood
July 14. long outs on the new have been extended
dusting of every car.
l and amateur golf-
,A new face Is on the scene at EFFICIENCY Godson Burgess,
a case of another cat cities to visit and
the Tropicanna. The name of the one of the corps of well-trained station
L. Green when he newly renovated New
new waitress Is'Essie Brown and attendants Is seen at left lubricating acustomer's .
ministers of their ,.' .
I lt course by Manager ;; :
she is a native Jaxon. Miss BrownIs car, using the most modern
cautioned both sides
.
a former WAO and "Is planning harsh, device to give efficient service.
unnecessary : :
to enter school In the FalL really a sad the work has already L 3Irs. Jasmin, wife of the manager, .
day
Stopped by and hollared at God, can't act as and the rest will get Is seen In the well appointed office of

Allen Bannister, out Johnny Edyth Drayton within ,the next ten 'twF"g7: $; y..%;.:': a the station where she sees that every

Springleton's the also announced customer is properly billed and correct
other
way day. entertaining Marie .x,.s:... r '
Business is jumping and Allenis the increase to pay change returned. The office serves asa

all smiles. For the uninformed, New had co-hosts York. The ni other the by local golfers ad- I ,, Gas Up A New Customer Lubrication. stock room for a !variety of Items

the seafood and chicken will; be made _,___ .. 'car owners find use'for frequently.
George Bradford and ft -
Springleton's Is tops. .
Both of the gentlemen
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Mildred lake is
Hampton is busy commuting on the town. being dug

daily between the beach Every year about number four tee, and -.., ,
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and Jacksonville. Other to number four : I ,
going
commuters new species of animal c k ''!'Y'Y .L
are the Simpkins Joneses, You can generally teU : also call for benches xl ; :, / :! :" '.- I'
,
Alvin James and J. tee rainsheds : : : :
D. Brooks the sort: of "lost look" complete ., _
", ,Bob Freeman has as his guest All jear ..Iongthis of all nine greens to '( J.. <,;, '-I
for the week : : :'.i. t k. : :, ..
at the Beach his for this season and and replanted with a ,... 66
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daughter, Barbara. She is "Miss" riles he can't find of grass the re-working ; : -A;:.: ;" ''t\., .

:Freeman, boys. Her" dad Is I a do. with himself.. By and 'many other ,: :. _. :

prominent Atlanta package store, should have guessed 'make the course one r 5- o
operator. t t. Offer .
taBdng// about nine hole courses in

Both sides, to. the ,AME fight Dare widowers. We won't BEST QUALITY GAS" AT LOWEST PRICES

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gathering ammo for a 'final 1 bat Just look around activity committee is :. 1 ; v 1t .1

tend when the Jury which win time you enter, the ,plans for the sum- & Repairs LubricationBattery '

try; Bishop Nichols convenes on and see who looks out which will be r e- e" r :: .

July_ 30. Rumors are flying thick and. sort of lonely. .. Plans are also being Charge Brake Adjustment
,
and fast that both sides are plan- a "summer school
lung civil Glad a golf activity for Ef % We Stock A Complete Line =
:? actions If the church to ,have Cecil ?j

judges and jury don't, render back In our midst. -A. Y%l AM1 i ..' ,
Of Auto Needs
satisfactorily verdicts. By that completed his obligation .
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they mean satisfactorily to each Sam. He intends' to taking it away. We PHILLIPS "66" AT 15TH & MYRTLE 4

party, which is Impossible. few days or so newly weds much suc .;

Regardless of the right side, or for "a a Job. By Ihe way Your One Stop Station.

wrong side, it is a pity to see so tame home with h1n are "still open for "

much politicking and double dealing The Navy's' gain is Even though the >:,-'-;' .,.---0.. Yes, They Give S&H; Green Stamp

in the church. We think both ville's, loss. Vermeil s are hibernating ,tfl 1---- Service With A Smile ;

'parties. win do well to follow the'advice noundng her register now. See ,,- :

1 of Senior.?: Bishop Shermarat of the boys to blue. week. f' -' \
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