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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 6, 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
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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- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 6, 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:
UF00028362:00332

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Preceded by:
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said:York Wednesday State, and that Pennsylvania an 8-- ABORTION RAP DOSE FOR MENTAL ILL SENT TO JAIL '

story structure. is planned in the .
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bathing' beach. weU '1cn wn" Jacksonville"churchman IN MAN'FACE$ .

Riser said it would be named, who faces charges' invoking By"ERIaSDlPSON. ,,

the Mangrove Hotel. abortion picked _
was up _..FLORIDA STAR; reporters: digging Into. the case of a 27-year-
Both Commissioners B. E. on a warrant'/Issued by, Justice A Kings Road 'man was' the
old Negro man who came ,nearto, being lynched in the Greyhound
Hearnn and James W. High said of the Peace Dorcas & Drake victim of a potash spraying Sat- I
: Bus station for allegedly assaulting a. white girl have discovered'> .
they'd prefer not to comment on Issac 'Nathaniel Catties," 54, 939AlberUStreet urday June 29, when he and a that the -man, now .serving a '90-day jail, sentence, is the victlnt* .

1I the: proposal until it is .officially .was tip .for:bearing woman companion. parted com- of. .a mental disorder. .r I' _... ; ,..
presented '. o. the .commission. WednesdayJulyv''3,.,,in:4 the :eaur$ pany after 'a drinking-: spree. they +Joe Land Bennett was arrestedtciEy'
'T -Ilvrcas :.had together" '>: ** '. .... : .. ui release from prison-could',be,. si- )q.JOn .. ...
M .-.w8tttlther ,ae : tt1u.U9 ti = 'Hayw. iyri&-f; .1 .8.itatloa_- >- '''- """" "':''f* "-"*-* .".'.' 4 :***- ..... ..
B.3r4e..Caj&eswas Wad.overto -1026. June\17 < fectedr: <
4, from other' city officials that the : :, after he had been brutally '

,:CITED bra, ; Ethel M., powel110 was: named Woman of; promoters may have difficulty 'Criminal:Jcourt, Kings Road told police, 'he and beaten by a group of white that basis the oaw4 'v
BettyJohnson, '27, of 1014 W. STAR will solicit the' aid .of the I.
the ,Year?t" UK.affal'f. sponsored' by members Chi Chapter Iota talking 'city officials into leasingthe Carnes, prominent in church. men when .he grabbed a young '
; VIA Lambda.Sorority in connection with their,Founder's Day celebration land for a private project Circles was taken into custody Church Street were drink g-some white woman around her waist. pardon board to affect'a parole*

,lA seen here. The affair was' largely, attended by friends! whocame 10 p.m. :Friday when he 'went to shine he had bought and an argu- He suffered fractured nose and of the prisoner so that the ma&t
KIser ,said the Mangrove ment occurred. They left the be returned to the Southi
I may
outstanding citizen who has made a home'of'
.to pay homage to an the a client to collect several bruises about the head
Hotel Inc. board of directors Hitching Post where he said the Carolina State Institution f tIr '
worthwhile, contribution to the community for more than 25 years. payment for:the operation,he had and body as "a result' of the beat-
Includes stage. stars Cab Cal- argument took place'and they treatment.Dr. .
Mrs. Powell U Home Demonstration Agent for Duval County performed Friday, June 7.'The ing administered to him by by-
beautiful"and usefulgifts loway and .Lena Home and made up.Hardy. Neal said the hospital's _
and., 4.1L Crab_ Director* She received many "doctor" walked into a traps standers who came to the"rescue"of
prominent MlamlanaAmong said he decided to records showed that when Land '
also cash contrl u ol1L ,(Another on page: S) many go
,, photo t by police as a climax to a the 15-year old girl. Land saidit
t these, Kiser said, are home and Betty didn't like it. came to the South Carolina insti-
two-week investigation.The was the girl's father who told
Waymon A. Evans a real estate He left her anyway and went to tution he had been transferredfrom
FILIBUSTER BE USED "patient" told police she the rear of 914 W. Church Street, !him he could "get" the girl. the Delaware State MentaL
MAY NOT man and Republican Party leader;
had Carnes' name recommendedto but fhe was followed by Betty. It was easy to see, however, Hospital.He 1W
Dr. Henry H. Green; Dr. G. W. her by a friend on June 6 and When she came where he was that the young.man was suffering was sentenced by Judge

BILL Hawkins; Ruth N. Polite a the following day he performedthe I she threw potash on him. from halucinations. Charles Mnier to serve 90 days t
TO KILL CIVIL .RIGHTS <
teacher in the Dade County spe- operation.'About a week after Witnesses told police Hardywas I' FLORIDA STAR reporters who for disorderly conduct and molest

cial education department; Ira the, operation, she had to go to standing up talking to Boos- interviewed Land in the 'City ing a female.It .

the hospital for ,treatment. ter Folston when she dashed the Prison Farm on the Fourth of has been found that this is
Blossom, director of
By Staff Correspondent a regional
Carnes arrest was by Patrol- potash on him from a glass that July were told by the obviously aonther case where mentally diseased '
I .WASHINGTON, D. C. There was some indication that the Seaboard Life Insurance Co.; and
men Agustus Jones and Joe,.Sel- landed in the victim's face. He mentally ill victim that, "a white persons, not totally responsible -
southern foes of the civil ,rights' bill will not open the battle
Marshall Miles, a savings and don, who ,were' working on the was taken to Duval Medical Cen- man asked me if I liked that for the acts they commits
with the filibuster plan used to talk :legislation to death.
Monday, loan executive.. case with Det. Lt.'R. B. Whittington ter where he was treated by Dr. girl". He said the man told him, are carted off to jail to serve

.'This .became,apparent Thursday Northern Democrats antagonists: and Sgt. G. T. Jones. Brewton. Betty Johnson was arrested "go ahead, hold her'.' .prison sentence, where-as they "
wake of statements by
i !in:'the and charged with mayhem. A check with the North Carolina should be taken to
,: "If you propose,. to move"into InstltuUODf1...
D. Ga. that
Russell ( )
i Southern Senator opponents do not plari.the' ,! the South'"in* this fashion you HUSBAND LISTENS INON PHONE Patrolmen T.L.. Hayes, M. State Hospital in Columbia for .treatment.

"outset, to make speeches may as well prepare your concentration Newsom Sgt. G. T. Jones and S. C. revealed that Land had beena What will happen to Joe Bennett t

at camps now, for there Lt. R. B. Whittington investi- patient there from April 24, 1956 after he has paid his penaltyand

"of Senator unusual'Russell length. (D.Ga.) earlier \tyll not be enough jails to hold AS WIFE TALKS TO BOYFRIEND gated. to November 11 of the same'year. Is released from Jail? Hell

the people of the South who will ; He had been released on trial be free to walk: the streets and j"T
blasted the House-passed right-
basis, but not discharged.Dr. perhaps coramltt similar
the of raw a act.
today oppose use
Eisenhower to-vote but,'administration sponsored by, as the a federal power to forcibly co- SHOOTING OF WIFE RESULTSA CARD GAME ENDSIN .'R B. Neal Assistant Physi- The editors of this publication

enforcementof mingle white and Negro children cian at the mental institution said have begun efforts to secure his

device school for "bayonet" He urged In the same schools and placesof A SHOOTINGAn that the hospital would re-admit release to a mental institution in

integration. Land for treatment providing his his home state of:South Carolina.
that the whole measure be submitted public entertainment. 37-year-old Lee Street woman was shot in, the stama.cbby M .

.,to a nationwide popular Dirksen said Russell was greatly her husband last 'Tuesday, July 2,. as the climax to a telephone argument resulting from a

vote. exaggerating the possible effects conservation between the wife and another man. card at 67 Oak Street

Some "northerners: scoffed. at of the bilL If it is enacted, Witnesses, Martha Lee Harris, Saturday game June 29, brought about POMERY DURHAM STALLING

Russell's impassioned speech. Said Dirksen said "the heavens will 1420 Lee Street and ,Annie Lee I of the homicide division. Patrol- the shooting of a man taking ,

Senator pirksen (R., 'DL): "Sel- not 'be rent asunder the earth Williams of 970 W. Beaver Street :men Jesse Jackson and Walter part In the game, according to

dom have'jl seen ISO many ghosts will not rock told and roll"Russell told police that Joseph Johnson ,Solomon,: Sgts. J. M. Parker and a report given to police by an WIN IN NEW BERLIN BOAT RACESA
,, newsmen the referendum '
'under a single bed." came home to 1420 Lee: Street O. A. Johnson conducted the investigation. eye witness.
,he proposed would be and found his wife .
on
talking
Charlie Hardee of 59 Oak
The .flurry of orations came as -
similar to. those frequently con- the telephone. He went to another A check with the South Caro-
Street told that Robin-
,. Republican Senator Leader Kno. ducted farmers on the police Ray Hal Pomery, Edward Durhamand r
land (Calif.) ,told at the White among and room and- picked up the phone son, 40, of 2107 Lewis Street and Israel Stalling were the'out- Israel Stalling was. the winner
question of production marketing in that room and listened to a : with X 100 and T. Leon Nelsonwas
LAW ABIDING
civil another cards I
House 9f p fans- to bring the controls man were playing standing performers and winnersof .
bill for debate early conversation his wife was carrying when an argument started be- the coveted runner-up: in Class C., _' .
rights up After the bm'is called up on with another man. CITIZENS '"n1ESE? championship trophies I The Jefferson Street swimmingPool
next week. Southerners, jled'ty tween the two. in their division in the third
Monday, the first speaker against
Russell were believed to be ready it is expected to be' Senator The wife Mildred Johnson is While the argument was goingon annual Championship Boat Races I managed by Julius Gulnyard .

to try, talking it to". death. Ervin (D., N. C.). reported to have told the man to CLAYTON, Ala Local enforcement James Reese who lives at 67 July 4th at New Berlin.In conducted a cross channel swim
hang'up because her husband was officers of the law Oak Street came out with a .22 which was under the.supervision
Russell took issue, by plain the free-for-all
Ervin through committee hear- winning
: listening on the other phone. The in Barbour County were urged Caliber long range rifle ,and allegedly of certified Red Cross instructors
implication, with President Eisen- ings and,otherwise,. has hit hard which included all'high powered
that wife allegedly rted at her husband by the grand Jury, which took shot Robinson through the -Julian Walton, Claude Hilliard
hower's past statements the at the fact the bin does notguarantee motors, Hal Pomery was in com-
with a butcher knife and its cue from the judge to refuse stomach. After shooting him onetime and William Weathersbee. The
bill is a "moderate" and "decent"attempt a jury trial for any I plete command., George Christopher
the husband is alleged to have to cooperate In all federal he tried to shoot him the! winners were Clarence Wingate, ,
to assure the 'Vot1D.grights one charged with disobeying ajudge's was runner-up after Ed Dur- "
Southern'Ne and shot in the floor in an attempt civil rights investigations. second time a police, report indi- Robert Armstrong, Julian Walton ..;:'..
issued
of injunction under ham flipped .his boat while mak- J
to scare her off but she continued If the pending civil 'rights cated, but the gun jammed. He Jr., Nathaniel Walker John Clark : \
others law. turn to maintain his '
the ing a
propcsed to try to break the door bills pass at this 'session of* then hit the wounded man over and Benjamin Lang in the ,order '
told his Faces Two 'Filibusters Berthel S k fn of
senator position. Imp s .
The" Georgia in to get to him. Congress,. "we recommend that the head with the rifle, the witness given. Each received a trophy :;
.. the bill Two possible filibusters confront Orlando, piloting Rag Mop came '
that actually
crowd'of :
collegues of't.h1A and A record approximately .
In an unsuccessful attempt to the citizens county fg.t t. deliberately drawn to. enable the bin one as soon as in third. :
was get. through' that door she went the law enforcement officialsof Patrolmen E. Weaver and 3,500) spectators watched the Y' ,
the use of our militaryforcea KnOwland offers his ,motion to refuse to aid'in' In Class A, Edward Durham of events of the day with con- J; :
to the other door.. The husband. this county T. Lotzen the investigating officers many ;
: destroy the system of call it up, and the,other. on the : Jacksonville', Ufe'w ner and > i
to reportedly turned. ,and fired,. hitting the politically:and spitefully inspired : said they turned the.broken testants vicing for the Schaefer 3
aepar 4of the races in the bin.;itself.However his wife in the stomach civil lights fnvesttgabons rifle and deck, of cards over. to George. Christopher was runner-.: Championship trophies, at Chris- <.' ', 1 i

Southerfe states, if it be accessaryto : there were indications Dr. Senett treated the woimded of our citizens." the jury Cruiser No. 15 and that they up. phers Pier.' t
the Southerners might pass up
take this step. victim said In its formal report. later arrested James Reese at -
fervor seldom seen en the. 'chance to filibuster the motion PATRONIZEFLORIDA STAR ,
With Senkte floor these days, RusMs It to call it up if.an agreementcan The pistol' and. knife were I 82 May ,Street. Sgt. Carlquist I : I
the ) ,
' 'O. A. Johsson took part in the investigation. .. ADVERTISERS. ,
and :be reached to modify the bDLi turned over to Sgt t.s. t. .i si:
sec told Republicans >, ,, ;
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I 1 'i .FLORIDA STAR. -f ; Politics ERIC As O. SIMPSON Usual '', il!1ST ..


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: .- ;. NEWS The July issue of the Democratic Digest :mailed to, subscribers.

,> 'jf >. _____ ____ this week announces that In a few weeks the :Democratic Party'will..-.... It

. ::" '- ; 'Published' by The Florida Star Publishing Co. make a pilot ran I of an entirely new fnnd-ral&lng program-DettM>-

'" cratlc Party )Membership. _: '
!*:: ; '.l : : J MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: ': j t T -- "Democrats will" ,

Jtms: Moncrlef Road ..................EL 4-6783 =: :.EL:4-6783 be asked," writes;. The lead article entitled TThe
4-3775 Paul!! GOP Gets Rougher, ," discussesthe
.,Downtown Branch Office: 42S Broad StreetELgIn Chairman ..
d; : : Address :. M. Butler in hisF: rapidly widening split in'.the
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Mailing '
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j' I monthly'letter Republican Party; "UsuaL.'Y.'th
Florida regular ,
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, I
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?'O:;;;;.If Parhara" Johnson..r... ....'.. ...................News Staff *4'" + ia obi I reg ", says the Digest "but this miih-i

'Altamae Richardson. .t..i...........,*......Circulation. Bept.3lembe ular farty bas) eithei mer's brawl is &o shrill and,public
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+ 11'J i
'P.. \ by annual, semiannual that not even Time can find - >, of Associated Negro Press
to the Republican
% 01 way paint ,
-*.'- SUBSCRIPTION BATES troubles with sunshine."
One .Year,'$3.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three 'Months, $1.80 monthly pay ,
ments. /the sustaming The Digest also compiled MAn I
Mailed To Tea, Anywhere In The United States.Subscriptions member-- -buul.;on Anthology of Modern RepUb -

Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders-To: ., r aN Will; receive a membership card 'canism- which lists 25 differentand ---

FLORIDA: STAR P..'O.BOX 1 1fc61- JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDAHAS dad: a year's subscription to the usually conflicting-definitions -

Democratic, : Digest. He will also of the term, including Rep.

r receive, 'from tune to time, bulleons !- Noah,Mason's (R-I11.) opinion that

of special interest' and im ,"Ike's new Republicanism is 'V

INDEPENDENCE DY'LOST .. ....-<1;. : activities. of form 'T of.bribery, a program to I

irie'DemocraUc:: Party." buy votes with the voters' own

S: / + Mr. Butler also announces that money." .

ITS SIGNIFICANCE Dollars for Democrats Days will In a full length article, "China

uecoine an annual feature, of, Democratic Policy, Time For Chang?'*,

.. fund-raising. They will be the Digest explores the,unrealistic
<{I \ neid nationally on October 4 and China
$ head-In-the-sand: policy
f t j Last \Thursday was; the 4th of July-INDEPENDENCE DAYAnd Ifr'1' + bhM4.; -/- 5, 1957." which ,the Eisenhower Administration -

/'shoat all that we can see happened was another record otrftgtojtuito i .. .' In addition, says Mr. Butler, has pursued pointing

1 1 deaths involving hundreds of "four of July week-end n 1ri "Democratic Party Night will also especially to the 'confUct1ngJpo-

saeaUoners"going: or returning from holiday trips. oe an annual aziair. iNext years' sitions taken by President Eisenhower -

\.oj Of course, there were the customary drownlngs 'at the beacheS sate will be Tuesday May 20. I and Secretary of State

assortment of tragedies that accompany holidays; but other Much of the July Democratic!
1 and an .... Dulles on the question of trade
t twthat, there was nothing significant about the Fourth of Julj; r r T _v -'""""' -'- ( WT lIPW"J-- Digest Is devoted to the current with Red China "Perhaps it

I It seems that independence Day has lost its true slgnlficanc I "WANTS ACTION ,ON BRUTAL TREATMENT (,OF HUNGARY. xignt between Modem and Old might help," the Digest concludes,
for .the American people. Instead of celebrating it as the day the 'Guard Republicans.! The cover, "if Mr. Eisenhower and his Secretary -

American:: people established this nation 'as ;an independent nation '. :BUT' ALABAMA, MAKES HER BLUSH by Leo, shows President Esen- of State had a hearttohearttalk

frte'from' taxation ';without representation and dedicated'tO the pro : I I 1 'vantage of buying or selling old nower"% leading a group" of Old about the Chinese ataem t.e."

positionthat' all men' 'are created: equal,,, Americans, now celebrat eIndependen : J j property when this benefits yourexchequer. Guard "Wild Ones"s motor- i

e Day 'as a day to go fishing, to go on a picnic or togo The 6th makes you cycles, including the GOP Ele- NAACP Most Study Racist Views '
Your
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to ,the beaches for'a long-yearned-for vacation. keenly aware of the complexities pnant with slaebums and black ,.- -'
.- It Is easy to see why once proud American citizens have com that attend your gainful endeavors leatherjacket, "Formosa BUI"Knowiand DETROIT, June ,20-Expansion

to regard Independence 'Day somewhat lightly. Horoscope ;tilde and your prospects for the Chamber of Com- and non-partisan guidance of the


ft i 4\littIejlMeto\ wonder} at when a'large' segment of the popula' : *}HlfcH ME' YOuiu\ LUCKY b AYS :FOUR( tell you how you can conquer I a troop of Boy Scouts led by studies to determine precisely with whyAmerica'D
Lion Is undergoing laxaUoh without representation as the Negr selif-made bstades. scoutmaster Dwight D. Eisen- are so absorbed
lUSlIsfBiOVE'' TRAVEL! ;' ) skin color and "social engineeringon
1S ttith fareL .
g'f the < ) ,: 3-20-66-19-63-326.i aower.

J.l]Thd>real significance, of,Independence ;Day becomea!L pale wheb By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERBarn I 'I views a massive of millions Scale'of *middle-ground; to alter the

the decendants of patriots who fought and died for the rights of amen '" ) UBRABorn stepping stones which can tra.ha-I I
Americans who "torn
see the rights of their fellowmen, today, ,being trampled upon .. u Sept. 24th then Oct. 23rd form failures and frustrations into are by an

as democracy is made ,a ,mockery. of ,while justice becomes an ASS touch of :genius ,ito whatever you Make no moves that will bring glowing success.r.. Inner conflict" on the civil rights 1

ironical travesty. March 21st thru April 19th create but:it takes others to make you a reprimand from higher-ups, 6-50-U-,i&-43654.CAPRICORN issue should be Among the in hext
NAACP
for the the
.,,; 'It fe!to'be "expected"'that''the i significance: of independence Daolbeebm ; This could entail losses ,and upsets this remunerative, oil the Its Venus squares Neptune. steps ,
Association's
of the Board
Uoat tb'nien' and'wOtoen i who see Negro citi% ns'being] which' you yourself ,would 9-806&-79-64-946. You no 'doubt will 'have to take opinion "
chairman.
epri.ed of their .civil nights, deniebj 'the Tight 'td vote, denied 'equa knowingly avoid I if you ,could look "" i 4----, charge of 'social and local events 22n& thru Jan. 19th .
.-opportunities' education{ and 'employment and those inalienable into the future.:Home seems to,be ,* ,. CANCER 4 oil Independence Day as it may Born Deo. .Ina Jceynote address on the

rights for which our forefathers fought. the center:of attraction on the ,4th Bern 'Jane'22tid fhfa July 22nd need 'your touch to ''keep things Outside ef the 1st when, Venus opening night of the NAACP's48th .

Indeed, when: it,reaches the place that a small group of bigoted and on Independence Day. Arians The I pace may I be' slow at the! functioning smoothly. The !5th square Neptune warns against annual convention on June /
people can Impose prejudiced principles upon a section of the native who are anxious ,to .build for the start 'because:'of the forthcomingholidays. cdnfinrii that your wisdom and making promises that you' may 25: Board Chairman Channing H.)
INDEPENDENCE' 'it wonders: future Could have no better and to the will when not be able to keep, you should Tobias called'also for continued
,
thus Destroying the ,very: .tenets ., ( ; Adapt yourself experience prevail
.:I make considerable progress toward NAACP efforts for 'the passage
Has Independence Day Lost Its Significance TLILLY'S more- i promising' aspect ,than the tempo and ,the, whims of your friend intimates tend to cut .
1 fine, Mars-Saturn trjne aspect ,of home, companions on:the 1st when up.' You will have to take some your economic objectives.The bf federal civil rights 'legislation,
5th. You inspiration froma to 4th 'shows that this is the appeals to the courts "where
the ,gain Venus,squares NeP1Jne.'You! seem well-advised precautions save
way to have real fun. The 5th necessary," and work to increasS
partner. to be the center of attraction on your money. .
; 3-60---8-<59-$7-368. the 4th. Independence.Day set,the :4-50-77-49! =:76-474.&COR&O j and 6th suggest that unusual' I "substantially" the NAACP's
a in addition to your cus- funds. '
openings
DRUG STORE examples ,of, sensible behavior.
1; TAURUS Don't make it an upsetting one 'I i ternary conservative practices, :Asserting that "the Negro vote
20th of'extravagance. 'Oct.. 24th 'thru Nov. 22nd should benefit personal and Joint cannot afford to be tied to any ,
i Born :April OU1.thra: May through a burst of Born !
1907 Kings Road at Spires. safe and Independence financial property interests. political party," Dr. Tobias holds
\There may' be some pressure 1-36-22--29-23-132. The sane quiet
y 82G99:1997827.AQUABlt18: that the'NAACP "has a responsl-j:
placed on you',by a close alley, a Day is the one you
.; '!U to the 4th. bility not only to, work for the..
-.: domestic companion or a. competitor LEO may prefer according \ .. .
'
l W h ere. Experienced ; to 1 try methods which* are ,,Born. 'July '23r* thru Auj. 2Srd The 5th, could mean that you are enlargement of the Negro vote
Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th but, within the framework of' our
Pharmacists,Prepare .:jP. { .1 foreign to your way of (doing Most ,Leos, are feeling. or: becoming slated for a higher post, an increase -
for social, '
['Your Prescription Ac- <;v< things The projects for Indepers aware of ,the urge within. in income, or, some sort This may be a period non-partisan policy to give it
elections
events, or weddings, in the crucial
engagements guidance
.' .. call for considerable to attain the heights of recognition for the development -
doctor's .: 1 dence Day them very
to "
cording : I
of ahead.
( your : and you Aquarians may
; But arid effective'sys- many
planning. The :constructive efforts of power, fame and success of new ,
instructions Using .J be slated to be the central figuresof .
t. ,: you have made 'and are still mak- it, will be ,n-ecwary to separate tems or p "Ocedures. B4 equal to
>c onl Ythe best quality .2 .'kj '.: .{ ing bring you the sound econom fact" ,'from illusion on the 1st when the circumstances. 'these, happy events. Married Southerners Behaving Like"Spoiled
will find a Children"On
t drugs. :.' ; ic conditions you prefer and the Venus 'squares Neptune. The 5th i 9-30-55-27-- 3273.SAGITrABIU8 couples and partners L -
basis for closer collaboration' and the issue of obeying SUpreme -:
Dr. C. E. Black Dr. W. T. Graham amassment of considerable assets. suggests hat you ,may prefer to:
genuine friendship because of unexpected Court edicts banning racial
5-90--33-89-32-593. Day quietly
spend Independence
developments in their segregation in :public schools, :the
A Complete Line of with your hobbies ,or In the company Born Nov. 23rd thru.Dec.. 21st t
lives NAACP official charges that:
( loved ones ,who seethe The 1st recommends ,that 1 you
GEMINI o
1-70-55-69-5S 473. southern whites have acted'
many
Rubber Goods Candies Sundries '
Cosmetics -:- -:- -:- illusory present
Bom May 21st. ; thru Jane' 21st yoti 24.1)778975247.I; t put objectives,some of aside; your and 'prepar'e fora !I like "spoiled children" while Negroes -
It would not help your pocketbook PISCES in the South have "behavedas
'' ,
future way of, life that maybe
t stabI-
or make for emotional 'I, I '. Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th adults." Enumerating such ac-
lity if you take a wishful view re- ; quite different ana more upmung.The to' tivities of southern segregationists
You should not only respond
of Independence -
garding speculation, romance and Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd I I social ,'demands the pressure of ambition but go as "violence, economic pressures,
draw! on ,
I.YI01 desirable to celebrate Day may your
l Heed the It also seems ,
/ problems. prudent '
/ / teen-age to 'the authority when intimidation, punitive legislative
top you
.; <, <;(? counsels of ycrur'mkte 'or the' Independence Day with the! monetary and vital 4th.; resources The lessons, according have something startling to offer action, injunctions, subversive I
the
friends.The to
r with
authorities, to make IndependenceDay family rather than have i nthe way of inventive or productive manifestos, secessionist resolutions
safe 'onefor 4th and 5th you not to and the experience you
t a joyous and urges excellent skills. You are not likely of interposition," he maintains )
'.timd in taking ad-: gained heretofore are '
Uranus adds a' waste any
those you love. J to be turned down when your that Negroes and the NAACP
claims are genuine and when you have been pursuing a "course of

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E t wedding of his son US.

k Army Sergeant Earl Wilkerson it _

r \ to Cal yp sd singer Mahata Davis. rN4 tt 1T 4J4

a I Mrs.: Wilkerson, who sings on

the NBC program "Calypso Call- ( :; 1

1 is currently on a singing fr'

in Helsinki Finland. The jL r

j"j"g"., was wed in London: Eng- :.' '' : I IL ,

t t FOUNDERS DAY- Laura Street Presbyterian Church was the scene of the Founder Day observance -

I of the Chi Chapter 'Iota Phi Lambda Sorority At that time -Mrs. Ethel M. Powell was

-The member' of the Brewster honored. Women of The Year." Members of the club and honorees are shown in tha background.

: Mothers' Club' recently enjoyed a Pictured from left are: Mrs. Evelyn J. Hillman, Mrs. Alethia B. Frazier. Airs J'ansyirks, Mrs.

f .. very delightful social meeting held Georgiana Bowen, Mrs. Beulah McClellan, Mrs. Ethel M. Powell Mrs Margaret Williams Mrs. i

I >j In "the Elks Auditorium. Mrs. Kathryn Blanchard, Mrs. Sarah R. Hicks ,and M rs. Edith. C. Boyd. Spt"clalgu ts present were t

Gladys Hart, and Sirs. B. Brooks, members of the ....JI club who are shown In the .fort" 1found. In the same order: Elaine Brinkley, Frances

t .1, .served as. hostesses. A lovely gift Whittcn, Alfronia Chisholm, Jacklyn Baker, JUanita Stockling Lmvantu Stockliug, .Patricia Colson

box"i :was, presented to Samuel Shirley Battles, and Iva Baker.SA1MIE' '

.. Wat-son. Special guest present
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I '. \Vere.James D. .Thomas EugeneLawton > rtUNG'LH ": : l I
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and Samuel Watson. A I t' .: > : .SURPRISE : : ,
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variety v. of refreshments weresertiediby iI.I '

14 : .theN\ hostess. 1 /;. f r' '

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J A very entertaining Calypso v Ya. 55 .: .. H .. h \ s V-' i ht'
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"I dance was presented by the Invincible S S. ,,!**: J \ -v r \ ;

,. Ladies Social Club on ORGAN RECITAL 1 I t tr i
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last in the Masonic '. t. .. ,
.' Wednesday night' tZ1 \ 555i t t t t.
: .Hall on Old St. Augustine

road. From 10 to 2 'a.ni: the guest 'ta Y .:e.kI Sammie L. Davis popular org ,

enjoyed: the calypso music; that .nist of this city, will be presented -

was, 'furnished by Breaker and his in an organ recital by .
: Band! .... ,
Calypso./ Eureka Chapter 16 DES and the ;,f
I. W Paul Lawrence Dunbar Lodge 216 ,.,

%The Altar Rossary Society of ort: "July'' 8 at'8:15. p. n. in the. 5' n fJ( J '

I J :';' St; Pius'. ,Catholic Church: sponsored 'Abyssinia Baptist"Church.*'*.' : ... jl
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,an enjoyable entertainment Mr.: 'Divis.di eetoi fu\d.i.organist "
3''u .. :
on Thursday afternoon in the of Chops' 2 and 3 'and the '' t '
:, ; I
church basement. During that ',, ? I.Maw Chorus of Day Spring Baptist ; : : rJ -I"! ,: '

time :from 12' noon until 4 ,p.m, A4 Church will feature many .. '
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many. games and refreshments I favbritq organ selections duringthe : ;
were enjoyed by those who at- recital. He is a graduate of '
.' tended. I Stanton Senior' High School and I: l \\'l' ;.. .' .

., '. r ? obtained:; his music training under ;, ,, ",.:: ,
The Lincoln v Country Club was the direction of Prof. M. Don .1

the scene of the recent. installation \Valker, of this city and Prof.. C. a : ..

banquet held'by the Venetian Curry, Chicago, 111. While in t Ii' .

.* "'Club, inc.Attorney. I :w'nQ't'm_ IOt>' _......._."'...... :___" ... ..-.-...;__ ...._>.._...."""" "'w."""" '_r.""' Chicago, and also served as.organist >
q of the Greater Mt. Olive ,. "
E* D. Jackson; .installed OUTDOOR EVENT Members of the Les Coquettes Charity Club which held its annual lawn Baptist Church. While good things may sometimes i come in small packages

the 'officers', and Louis I. party at the home of Sirs. LIllie Battles are seen In the photo at top. From left are: Mrs. Jeanette Iri'}addition he is active in good things surprisingly come in large packages, too, '

I Stukes served as. toastmaster. Scott Mrs. Naomi Holmes, Mrs Ruth Johnson, Mrs Daisy Johnson Mrs. Audrey;t Davis, r Mrs: Martha various civic, welfare and religious this spring. .If you're counting calories you'll, be delightedto

,Frank Cooper newly installed Polite, Mrs. Agnes Walker Miss Maggie ICelton, Mrs Mildred Robinson and Mrs.. Liilie Battles. Someof know that one lingerie manufacturer has done something
affairs of the
city and the
i
about special problem and has dreamed the daintiest
succeeded Frank Courtney your up
president, -
Davis.
Airs
in the bottom Standing is Audrey
the guests who were. present are shown .; picture. ; chairman of the Fifth
Regional undies this side of heaven for those of us who wear large
'v who served as president for Persons seated from left are: Clarance Williams, Mrs. Alice Bellins Mrs. Miriam' Banks and Mr District, Florida Negro Embalmers sizes.

I 26 I years., _, Sylvester .Hayes.BAPTIST: ,, Assn. Lingerie styles this spring are for us. The *trend is
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The public has been invited to toward a new romanticism, a new delicacy, a softly feminine
I The June meeting of the Semi- attend the recital. look to this season's slips, nighties and peignoirs. '
I Ii i nole Culture Club was' held re- MINISTERS cm scours'CAMP Wedding Bells One manufacturer, Fairy I

_i Gently In the lovely home of Mrs. ., .. Silk Mills Reading, Pa., is pretty all the while: Stretch
WIVES .MEET } _:-= _5 -I; now making special-shed lingerie nylon"'inserts at hips and mid
r P.'G.:I. Aaron. 1i ?hligldingrtthe: I' .- i; .. r- *. >- '.-, r S in the same pretty stylesas riff give just the right amount;
? 0 meeting was the Installation ceremonies TO OPENThe Bennie Bell,.5244-'-I May Dr.,' age, Shirk s- 'those worn by oursllmmer as-needed. -,.%,,_, .
The 'MinisterS Wives Johnnie Cowder\ ; 2011 .
1 of the newly elected club ; Baptist 20 and L. sisters. There's a nightie Best of all, they return 14
officers.: A delicious repast' was Alliance -'will hold their monthly W.. 15thr-St, age 18.. stitched with garlands of satin shape after baby comes. Nd

served by the hostesses at the : meeting July 15 in the homeof first annual Girl Scout Day Eqdie.8iromols.I 1227 .E. 3rd Deliveries applique and shadow embroidery need to buy new lingerie

\ close of the ceremony. Rev, and ,Mrs. D. B. Barnes of Camp Program will be conducted St., age 25 and Amanda,B. Jefferson with as 'true a when the budget is stretched
1527 Lee Street. 1563Harrison St 18. handmade look as ever graceda for baby's needs.
i at Camp Chanyata from July 8 :, age 4
The Alliance is in the midst thru July, 18. Clyde Brown, Rt lfi. ,Box 284, Born To: French boutique.Lavished If you like your lingerie in
Mrs. Wilner
b Dorrell, well, known
with Val color love the
I of, its Liquidation drive.: The president 26 and Martha L. Dukes, Rt Alencon ;, you'll pale, shy,
'The will be for non- age
beautician of this and Camp open l
city a or point d'esprit laces, these tints of spring. Jonquil, anew
Florida State Beauty( Culture Mrs. H. H. Robinson and scouts as well as scouts. Girls '154,. Box,( 497, age 23. MR. AND MRS. things of beauty wear and light yellow; Sahara
BORN TO
,1 Board Inspector is visiting in the co-captain of Group 3, ,Mrs: .from the ages 7.. to 15 have been Cartrell Sims 1043 Davis St., wear and are a joy forever. beige, cloud pink, ice blue,

13\ Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Dorrell will W. L. Jones are putting forth' invited to participate and the age 21 and Mae J. Jones, 4526 Wilfred L. and Ruby West : ) And if you need a special blush and pale orchid are a
every effort to 'make the drive a Old St. Augustine Rd., 18. size because you're "expect- few of the newest
pastels
"be, the guest of her daughter Camp Fee this year will be eight age 1116 W. 13th St GirL June 23/57.
successful one. dollars. Chester E. ,Jones, 124 E. State ing",,you'll find lingerie witha while standard darker colors
Mrs.Dorothy Reeves, while in V. and Ellen ,
Murphy
Dempsey
of the Alliance and I new patented 'construction in addition to black and
t All friends According to Mrs E. Simmons, St., age 23 and_Ruth H. Martin navy,
Cleveland.
2807 Glenn Rd. GirL June
members' have been asked to cooperate the director,, "a.'aried. and In- 3213 Moncrief Rd., age 23. 15/57.Spring to -keep- ---.you- --comfortable- and are nutmeg, flame, and azalea,

M I in the project i teresting1' activity schedule has James. 'J artley,4! ,' Jr.,' 1634 Casa-
,Uriah Porter editor of the Star Victor Young before his sudden Willie 1. and Cora Brown, 2260 Nath 1979 W. 14th St.
I been planned, Some of the featured lana Ave., age 21 and Vernell Ayard ,
Edition of The Florida Times- McCoy Blvd. GirL June
I / activities of the camp .will Souls, ,27 7""McMillan. St., age'21. 23/57. Girl. Dec. 22/56.
+ !' Union!>> Is currently spending his The last music composed by bee lashing, cook-outs arts and Sammie L. Powell, 6129 W. Japonica Freddie Butler 610 Gum. St Emanuel P. and Gladys Rosier ATTENTIONChurch

'I' vacation In Chicago, Illinois. The haunting Oriental ballad "China crafts tent pitching, nature. study Rd,,, age. 26 and Gertrude Green Cove Springs. Boy. June 1548 Helena St. Boy. Dec. 27/56.

\ popular newspaper man will return Gate," title song ,for the Globe and hfg .s. .- Whitener, 6128- W. Japonica Road, 2157. Robert and Altamease Stisdale, Reporters
to his desk in few
a
days.
Enterprises. film written produced Members of the staff include, : age 20.Leonard. Giles C. and Annie Tarver, Green Cove Springs. Boy, Dec.
I t. ,. and directed by Samuel Fuller < Johnson, 1321 E. 26th = Duval St. June ; Club Reporters
i 3lrs ':'Irene Baggs, Mrs. Myrtle I J._. 1054. W. Boy, 12/56., x
E ART Nat "King*' Cole sings the St., 22 and Doris SocialitesSend
QW SUTTON Floyd. ,)Mrs. Mary' Jones Mrs.! age Spencer 18/57., Eugene and Lillian Williams, .5 5 p
Harold Adamson lyrics In theTwentieth
LesSIe'CrpwdMcsJimmie' Davis .1321, E. 26th St, age. 20 Jessie Thomas, 1131 W. 22nd I. i
4106 Pearce St Feb. '
TO RENDER.. RECITAL. Cent. Q-.Fo'* Cinema- Alicia Beaty Mrs. Emma Mul- JameS: Thompson: 1602' W. 9th SU ,GirL June 17/57. 15/57. or Bring .Your News
-f. : Scope release. : 41'and Florence Ralph> F. Graves, 1756 FrancisSt. Ther
draw,, counselors; Mrs. Lavinia SU'ag Williams; In TO ;
: ; Fred and Lula, Taylor, 3718
Edward> 'Sutton, a talented 62fc"VV.- Church St. 0.: '. B yvMarcii157.. .
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J.his"
s s I t nature; consultant and age. i ( '
June
young'singer'of this city is;scheduled Alr ,,Helen\ .Toney, site! chairman Claude Blue,'1026 E. Union St., BIi.ck-&L.Plrl. 17/57. William Sr; GoodaM 1 Jr., 1942 FLORIDA STARf
to appear in a recital at the *'2i'ana Sara"! Fields Arnie and Inez Bean; 1344' W. W. 3 id' Si 2 I
,Registrations; k are being .accepted ? age' J.L 1460E. Boy, April .,, /57. e1 f t
First Born Temple on Sunday GEnIKGUP NIGHTS' by' aU'leaders,, counselors: end 25th St., age 18. 16th'St GirL June 16/57' Joe and'C1eriUntine: McCuilough? I Not Later Than ;

Juty 7.,at; 3 o'clock. If orrlM by"Bladder Web.ta"tQettto the director" at the Council,,Office Dare Si,Alle ,,1077 Canal St., Raymond and' Peggy' King, Jr., 2504. Moncrfet* Rd.. 'Sot. Feb O, I DAY NOON
WEq?
Many;; of. the popular)* spiritual Vp'KlrtiU('tirtnaUon,Monday. age,19 and. Lena: E. Hagen, 2122 725 Court E. Girl. June 15/57. 1957. i t. : ,

songs vsjll be. featured: on, the due to conunoiTKldn ey and Bluaflerim-! W.,'.2nd StVJige! ,; 11:- N 'd'';Jackson, 803 2nd Ave.. S. David Iiiassalin V Note: Th$ earlier the ;better.
5627 I
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Uons. try CYSTEX for quick gf atlfying.n.CYaTiae :
program W which the public has toatortlng btipJ1 A bfU tiwt u Samuel Brown, n4.J,W 8th Stage ci. :'June is/57. Rd. GirL, Dec. 15/57. i Notices brought in 31onda and

i _beenttinvited to ,attend. Elder A-. Used irose ss.ta Ask p&st.25 drurgUt Tears for Drove C'i'S'I'EX.ma4u safety ,and LUCKY.. "i6"! CIRCLE. 50 ,and Catherine Allen, 4851; Jeff Holmes'I' 'Baldwin, Box 442. Major and C/r( Tuesday will .jget ;:better: position

t .Hill, i3(.the pastor,. ufitfictfon oz.mODeJ..b&: .eu r tIItee.: HOLDS MEETINGThe Walcott St, age 46. B y. June 13/57. Pearce Josiq arms, 3616 I and- better .headlines.- .
sty GirltJ! 3J1 T.i : 1.. 1.1
---- ,Earl and Verdell Glover, 1261 I i ( !

Ii Lucky "16" Sewing Saving Steel Court. Boy. June 17/57., "t
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i., ; FosNEIg'S ( Circle held its regular business ST. PAUL, TRIO IN Edw. Bartley, 2916 Willow St ; 2- FFICES-2!
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in the home, of
meeting recently RECITAL NDAYR GirL June 9/57. ByY-Sp.lt IJENTBEPAIB'HAJVIWEYJ
the president, Mrs. Fannie Robin- I Mam Office '& Plant
J D .. :t ; : Ceaser Stewart and Beatty 411 pOS>> ;
-JI son in Floradale.Mrs. ,
.. Connie..St Boy. June 20/57 (;iSEWINO. MACHINESWASIHNO 3323; MON CRIEF ''$
hi4.Y4.Lt1RIR .. $,:4 Polly Whitfield, vice-presi- I choir 1 of. Mt. Moriah AME t.- i I
: Near 13tlt Street'Downtown
Frederick J. Rock, Jr., and 3UCHIKBS '
CULTURES STRAIGHTEN dent of the circle presided. Duringthe Church, will present the: St Paul
I1 meeting :Mrs. Thelma ,.Cott-I AME, Church Trio in recital Sunday I:Erma, 2020 Moncrief Rd. Boy. Sales: and Senlce,,Smce, 1915 a .. x

man was 'appointed secretary .of r at 4 ',p.m., :in the 'Church .June ,2057.Robt 20 BROAD;ST. EX. 4-7743
JI the Sinking Fund. auditorium. L. Beals and Loretta 2824 Office:
u ar
S ( a e
S__.. .. .. + The members 'enjoyed. a unique Members"of the group are Mrs. Venus,St GirL, June 21/57.' 423. Broad Street
I a social hour, at they: close of the Elizabeth Williams, 'J, rs. Inez Jesse Allen and Emma, 710 Ct. .. ; \

:, \ : meeting and was also served a Mills and Mrs. Corneliar Wallace, 'E. Boy. June 23/57. I'1/. ;0;

very lovely turkey dinner. who serves as pianist for. the John'H. Jefferson and EtheL 658* .
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: The circle 'will meet' Thursday group.' 'S. Lincoln Ct. Boy June 20/57. POWDER BOX: BEAUTY SHOP,

evening July 11 in the home of The contest rally between the '
I Albert Hall and Marian, 722'' N. 1350,1DAVIS: STREET I PHON 'EL 6- 897 .
;
I Mrs. ShelUe'RobeJU. 1012( *Frazier choir groups will .terminate. Choir F ,
:. L ; St. A verY: ,interesting program 3 of the. church,. under directionof St Court. GirL June 22/57. Specializing In '

t't : will be presented at that time by : Mrs.: Delores Jackson, Mrs. Jessie Mercer, 265 Watts. St I MARCEL, WAvnlG-CROQUINOLE 'SET

; :Mrs. Ida Buggs. Annief: Hunt, Mrs. Madelyn ,Boy. June 15/57. FINGER:WAVING,, ETC

r # # i t Haynes, Miss Lydia McDaniels Rogers Wilson, 964 W. 27th St
"', 50 Cents Reduction on; aU. StylesNo
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PASTORAL DAY REV. OVE STREET T. : ::'..,;... REV. S. BADGER TO DELIVER

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TO SUNDAY: SCHOOLThe p .S ); do
BE HELD IN THE ANNIVERSARY SERMON

I Rev. Hi T; Overstreet, paStor .

of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, sf .l x 4 '
CHURCH GOD will be the for the Sun :
speaker Members of the Junior Women's Missionary Society of Second I

day. School anniversary in: St. Baptist Church, will celebrate their 11th anniversary in the church

Matthew Baptist-Church, July 14 SL at 7 1 yJ
"Pastoral, Day will be observed Auditorium,Monday, July p.m.
at 3 p.m. ? Rev. S. L. who is
Badger, pastor -
Sunday in the Church of God Women

Auditorium, with the pastor Elder of'The The contest Bible," ,will"Famous terminate dur- of the Emanuel Baptist Church Williams;, social, Mrs. Tasker Jenkins ;

Peter C. Hickson in charge. the will preach the sermon for the Mrs. Essie Waters,Mrs.May. '

Alvin Parris Sr., leader of ing anniversarycelebr.aUon.*' a r .anniversary. He .is ,ja leader of ola Belle, Mrs. Mary Scott Mrs.
participants In the will
Other city Union- Sti:
the James Associationand
I"Youth Activities in J the Church, the The Amelia Sanders and Mrs Johnnie
participate on program.
will lead the the General Baptist Conven- Mae Mikle Mrs. Lucille
Sunday School worship Rev. Mr. Overstreet will be ; program
accompanied
tion of Florida and also a forceful Scott Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee
: beginning at 10 'a.m. The, by his choir, ushers ,
:morning service- begins at 11:45 i and and sound speaker. Emanuel's Mrs. Flora Burris, Mrs. Charlie

o'clock with,1he pastor delivering f, ', congregation.- choir and ushers will serve with M. Simpkins and Mrs. Mable

athe sermon.. !: the pastor. Young.., s
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Young People Endeavor meeting MT. ZION METHODIST; The Missionary Society, which Courtesy Mrs. Frances Rhoulac,

-will he held at 5:30: p.m. Apprize COMMUNION RITES :: r.v.y,+,i? ji:a,r 4S' .,04.4.., Y .. ....n: .. ;::.,:...; was organized by Rev. K. D. Mrs. Beatrice' Avant Mrs. A. V.
,: :Y} Tt:'}+o: ,. 3:3 Britt, has contributed to
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win be awarded to the person SLATED FOR SUNDAY 'M.F::yyyrrrSh; y'a:: w l.AH3n < ea4r; fI Simpson, Mrs. Ella Wolf Mrs.

"who brought: the largest numberof the churche's program and the Maggie ,Jenkins, Mrs.May Wilson,'

visitors to the Youth Council community activities. One of the Mrs. Lucille Bagley and Mrs. Annie
In June. Regular Communion Services largest in the state, the organization Burnette.
will be conducted at the Mt. Zion n
has made'
Evening Service will begin at outstanding contributions ,Decorations and art Mrs. May
Methodist Church in Lone Star '
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to the Mission and edu-
7:30 o'clock. Following the sermon
Flanders Mrs.
oil Sunday: July 7; at 3 Margaret Dennis,
by the pastor, ,the Lord's Supper p.m cational program through Its conventional Mrs. Rosa Holden, Mrs. Elizabeth

wffl I!be administered and feet The pastor Rev. Daniel .Singleton ties. The society is com- West Mrs. Ethel. Holzendorf and }

washing will be held. The Gospel ,' will deliver the sermon and posed of'prominent religious Mrs. Marie .Jenkins.:

Chorus will serve Sunday mornIng administer the lir? 'a ..Supper- workers, and has supported, the
and the Senior ,Choir will Choir One and Usher Board One community, state and national Finance .Mrs. Annie Huff, 'Mrs.

serve (Sunday night.GROVE. : will serve throughoUt the day. xYairxatwv:1- programs through its personal Cola McCoy, Mrs. Maggie Sloan

The- early momlng'mass service ______m___ ____.,'a..._ : .,r.......,..,,.., ... ... ':i.w.: .::v,..' '.,,M. services.. Mrs. .Eva Bryant and Mrs. Ada

210N CHURCH will a be followed{ Sunday School. I RECENTLY ORGANIZED-Members of the recently organized Nightingales Social Club which Officers of the society are: Reeves. .
If I
I ;? After the 11 a. n. old fashioned -met this ,week In the home of Miss Willie;)Ise.Tho i a a,'seen here se..tect from left are: MrsTfelite ;?IJS. _"Albert .J% Williams! president ; Mrs. E.-.J cksOn Is chairman t'

,. ANNOUNCES EVENTS testimonial services., the' 'Love, I Fields,.Mrs;'Georgia Mongen and > &L JA.'pJ: p*"standing in the,same order"are": Mr**Wl&ioifae Mrs., Roberta Hall, vice the clothing committee;Mrs.Fan.

; Feast will 'be administered" t to Thomas, Mrs.Bessie Golson and Mrs..Cecil Holmes "t president; Mrs. Mary Coffee, second nie Williams Is chairman of the
Services Sunday In Greater Zion the plant committee.
congregation. vice I
president; Mrs. Cola Mc-
\1' : 'CONVEfftlONTO Coy, treasurer; Mrs. Flora Burris, -
"DUNBAR RECITAL"TO MT. lABORITES
mett-will deacon and the
begin with the Sunday Rev. Britt Is
... BE PRESENTEDBY recording secretary; Mrs. Maggie
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? School at 12 .o'clock with Deacon i iI 4r4f BE PRESENTED Sloan, assistant recording secretary pastor.

.J. Flowers presiding. I I TUESDAY NIGHTA ANTIOCH" GROUPA WILL OBSERVE ; Mrs. Ada Reeves, financial
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The
district mass meeting will .,
; secretary; Mrs. Eva Bryant, assistant
'be held at 2 with
p.m. District 2 RELIGIOUS
"Dunbar Recital" will be presented 'Mock Convention" will be I financial secretary; and
in charge. The Rev. Robert I i -
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the Senior Missionof ANNIVERSARYThe :Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee, corresponding -
9 presented by
Tuesday-night, July by I
: rooks, pastor of the church will I v I
the BTU Department of Emanuel Antioch Baptist Church, 513 secretary; Mrs. Margaret
:preside over the deacon board; 4e&y i Dennis, phone CONGRESS SET
+ meeting on Monday night in the t Baptist Church at 8 p.m. In the Odessa Street, on July 18 at 8 secretary.

.church: auditorium of the church immedi- pjn. in the church auditorium.Mrs. Women's Home Mission Committees: Benevolent, Mrs.

ately following prayer meeting.Mrs. Lena George a leader li) Society of Mt. Tabor Baptist Mable Young, Mrs. Rosa Ragins, FOR JULY 914The
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< I Laura Harris, president of Church win observe its 40th anniversary Mrs. Anna Jordan, Mrs. Lillian
church, civic and social affairs
CENTRAL, BAPTIST % ,t the department has announced. Sunday at 3 p.m. In the King, Mrs. Roberta Hall, Mrs.
will be the guest,speaker for the
EUCHARIST RITES that several poems and skits of, Church auditorium. Katie Johnson; missionary, Mrs.
> occasion. A very interesting program 36th Annual observance of
will''be' Re"v. Ruth Bryant, Mrs. Sarah Smith,
Paul Lawrence Dunbar H. T. Overstreet, pastor of
A TO BE HELD SUNDAY featuring many talented the State District and Religious
featured during the evening. the church has announced thata Mrs. Vera Reed, Mrs. E. Jackson,
Y s Special organ music and a selected citizens of the' city will be presented very interesting program has Mrs. Mary Coffee, Mrs. FannieMELVIN Congress Triumph Church is

N Holy Communion services will ''t: choral group will feature during that. time. been prepared for the occasion. l slated to be conducted on July

be held Sunday at Central Bap- : music for the affair. '1. rs. Dora 'Stewart, presidentof Serving as Mistress of Cere- 9 thru July 14 in the Triumph

1 List Church, Third and Broad the Mission has: announced ,that monies will be Mrs. Effie Crosby. Church.

Streets during the evening hour WEST UNION BAPTIST the public- invited :to' attend. Featured, on the program will be: GRACEIS The Rev. J. S. Hall, pastor of '
of
worship -- -- --, Rev. J. J. Jones is the pastor of Mrs.. Annie B. Grant Mrs. Izora the Triumph Church will serve as

The Rev. R. Leander Jones, IN GERMANY-Sgt. Wesley LIST CHURCH, EVENTS the church. Taylor, Miss Mary Frances Lewis, SPEAKER FOR host pastor for the observance.
pastor of the will'
church deliver
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the Fuller, son of Mr. and lIrs.V.. J. Rev. H. T. Overstreet, Mrs. Agnes Many talented artists of the city
sermon and administer the Deaconess Board One of West
Hall, Mrs. Gussie M.
Paige, Mrs.
Fuller of Rt. 1, Arlington along with a 60 Voice chorus will
Holy EucharistThe Union Baptist Church will meet BIBLE VACATION Lucy Mae Matthews, Rev. W. P.
Georgia, brother of Airs. Tommie CHURCH EVENT. participate in the regular ses
day's worship will begin M. Johnson of 1431 Madison Sunday at,2:30 p.m. in the homeof SCHOOL SET FOR Powell, Mrs. Queen, Ester Robinson sions.
with Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Deacon and Mrs. Abraham The Butler Sisters, Mrs.

Horning worship will follow at Street stationed, Jacksonville, Fla., is now Denton, 1710 West 30th Street. OPEN JULY 8 Bernice Hill, Mr. Harold Nairn,i Bishop E. L. Simpson, D.D. of

11, with a special sermon delivered in Germany with the .Baptismal services will be held Mrs. Hattie Mathis Deacon Jason Melvin Grace, "The Deacon," Buffalo, New York, will direct
U. S. Armed forces. Sgt. Fuller
by the pastor to the newly during the morning worship at The annual vocational Bible Barr, Mrs. Leola King and the an announcer of radio station all of the congress meetings. He
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Is a: veteran of the Korean War.
baptised members. Choir One will 11 a.m. with the pastor, the Rev. School of the Simpson Methodist Choir Two of the Church. The WOBS will be the Master of is the presiding prelate of the
Following: the Korean War, he,
render music for the service. was stationed at Ft. Benning,'I W. M. 'Cummings in charge. Church will begin Monday, July public and all Mission Societiesof Ceremonies for the 9th anniver- Fifth Episcopal District of the

Georgia.. Sgt. Fuller reenlisted and Choirs One and Two and Usher 8 at 9 ajn."Wider the city have been Invited to sary celebration of the Sick Committee .Triumph Churches.

Board Two will serve. Relationships", win, be attend the of Mt.
y : was stationed in Germany. He will anniversary program. Aarat Baptist This 36th session is expectedto
WASILBLE'DOOR PANELS leave Germany in August for the During the evening worship the the theme of study for this year. Church. The celebration will beheld be one of the greatest state
Protect door bottoms from pastor will deliver the Communion The theme is the first t'a' six- '
kick
U. S. EPENEZER CHURCH Thursday, July 18 at 8 p.m. meetings ever held in the historyof
marks, and knob-areas Sermon with Choirs One and Two of and"the following -
i from discoloration year cycle study in the Church auditorium. the church. Some 500 delegatesand
by covering them with and Usher Board One serving. topics will be used in the ANNOUNCES EVENTS .
A visitors to witness
very interesting program Is are expected
decorated panels of plastic-finished PATRONIZE, classes: Kindergarten, "My Home
being planned for the celebration the many messages, visions
paneling. Then a daily sudsy wipe FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS MASS MEETING SET and Family," Primary "FriendsAt Vacation Church School will begin -
will for a two weeks session In the Officers and members of the committee new songs and testimonies of
3 keep them clean. AT BEACH CHURCHThe Home And In The Community -
I ," Junior: "Meet Your Neigh- social rooms of Ebenezer Methodist are: Mrs. Estella Clark, divine deliverance.The .

Church Monday at. 9 ajn., president; Mrs. Mable Smith vice- division will be
women's
!: iRoSSII QLi1 By A. C. Gordon \ bors," and the Intermediate a.e Class,
Beaches mass meeting will' "God's World And Ours." under the leadership of the Com- president; Mrs. Beulah Green, 2nd headed by the State Mother, Mrs.M. .

I z s 7 $ be held Sunday in Roberts Mt. Other enjoyable features of the mission on Education. Joe H. vice-president; Miss Jessie Clark i A. Hankins of Melbourne,

Pisgah AME Church, Atlantic school will be filmstrips,;.arts and James and .co-workers win have secretary; Mrs. Ida Jones chaplain Florida. The general public has

:: 9 /o /ra Beach. The InterdenominationalGospel crafts, Bible stories, games, wor- charge. ; Miss Betty Jones, reporter; been invited to attend the ses-

Singers of Macclenny will ship and group singing. The Bible The services Sunday will begin and Mrs. T. King, treasurer. sions. Congress headquarters. If

s KI7r1kli appear In the church Sunday at School will be sponsored by the with th econsecration services at Members of the, committee are located at 1312 Franklin Street.

; 3 pan., under direction of :Mrs. Church School and the I auxiliariesof 10:50 a.m. Choir 1 and Usher Rose Lee King, John Diggs, Willie
r9 Board 1 will The Rev.
serve.
Juanita Lewis. The will i
program the church.
Mae Clark, Frances Patterson,
'' E. M. Hurley, pastor, will deliver
be sponsored by Felix 'N. White
_ .. liii tZ 1 23 Zy 2S for the benefit of the church. Rev. S. S. Robinson Jr., pastorof the sermon as well as administer Rose McCall, Irene Cauty, Rachel "A great new child star," ar-

: I the church stated that registration 'the Holy Communion._ Jenning, Nancy Richardson, Willie Samuel Fuller of Warren Hsleh,
Miss ,Arlena Sims will presenta
. s? 2Y a9IFI musical program Monday from will begin Friday, July 5', The evening service will beginat Mae Matthews, L. Green VeraJ. five year-old Chinese boy who

7 to 8 pjn., in the church. The at 9 &.In. until noon. 7:30 o'clock. Again the pastor Robinson, Curtis Clark, LolaB. playa pivotal role In Globe

students of the beaches will be The school session will be twill deliver the sermon and a/i- Buchman, Lillie M Field, Enterprises' "China Gate" In dn-

featured. session for twa weeks.: minister the Lord's Supper. Thomas'J. Clark Jr. and Beatrice emaScope, a Twentieth CenturyFox -
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The Vacation Bible School will ;GlDen.

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i .' I was announced last week that a NAACP Youth Council has I

r ;f' os' '" ">, 'i,;: been organized at Walker Vocational College. I *
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K WEED, Callf.-NAACP West J...' "' fo't' ryf' i f ,,,' 'r The group will devote its effortsto *

Coast officials last week petitioned :4 ia; 11'1' J., ... : t J .Y}. the NAACP's" "Crusade For BETHUNECOOKMANTO ,
Freedom. *
Vice President Nixon'to Investigate bcql 'lysfj; t.-
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alleged !: ; The elected officials of the ,
employment discrimination .0.,:: organization :
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here which .Is believed to hold ?(l' '. president; Earl Johnson, vice- /

numerous government 'contracts. ;; president: Miss Mary Rough, sec- '
-Dr. Richard V. .
NAACP Field Secretary Lester 1'i!. ,, retary; Miss Ann.Nelons, assistant Moore, President of Bethune- : '

1 Bailey filed an organizational'complaint "- J ': secretary; Richard Small, business Cookman College announced last a

with Mr. Nixon who is {> manager; Miss Mary Bray, treas- week that Bethune-Cookman College -
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chairman of the President's Committee fJ < urer; Miss Irma :McIntosh financial will be ,one of the twenty-

on Government Contracts.Mr. secretary; Clifford Adams, five"-colleges -participating In the

Bailey charged that the'International parliamentarian; Miss A. Tibbins, first Danforth' Campus' Commu- Aasata.eeod ca. a

Paper Company of social director; Miss Wilhelmenia nity Workshop at, Sarah Law- *( Ameriouu.t h..0 o1l&R&adSDz who, makteoutry J'OUa OU

Weed, which employs 90 Negroes Cummings, chaplain and A. Mc- rence College, July 8-August 3, me oar commuutj

among the toO,. persons on its : Clendon reporter. a letter piau to which tour*
..q'r 1957.Four
payroll, "does not employ Negroes f Many of Jacksonville's leading professors.have been chosen ..

as sales clerks, truck drivers, citizens were extended'' invitations from of .
the faculty Bethune-
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sawyers, store clerks and office % among Cookman College,represent the "... .
help. No Negroes are engaged in : those who accepted the responsibility I College In this four-week work- '

the box factory, loading dock, :,vii,. ,a# r.rw :Y
dryer Win' and:? .the, dryer depart: Ernest D. Jackson local attorney. Smith Dean-Registrar; 'Dr.
ment of the plywood plant.'** FINAL' MEETING-Members of the President's. Council of the Associated ,Garden Circle are Those named as chairmen of Thurman W. Stanback, Chairmanof i :

According, to ,Mr,, Bailey, the I: shown. in their ,final meeting of the.'fiscal ,7ear. The meeting was held In the home'of! Mrs..'Percy C. committees are: Clifford Adams. the Division of'Humanities: Dr. '

local union does not, practice racial Kelly. Members shown'ln the photo are: Standing left to right, Mrs. Mary A. Palmer, ,Mrs. Hattie publicity committee; Miss Irma Clifford'R, Bryan, Head, Biology

discriTn'inikm, and,it would James Mrs. Golder Cherry, Mrs. Percy :Kelly and Mrs. Cora Ross. Seated are: &is. Alma Scruggs, McIntosh, membership committee; Department? and Reverend RogersP. .., 1'

welcome uo- radinZ and employ,OfrsL.., Alkanla T. Law and Mrs: Annie,, ,L. Fleming, .'.! and Isaac Williams. -croerram- -comA ----- Fair, College Chaplain. ., ]

ment,.of'Negroes fn-the Jevels.ang Scenes. right out of cq tgctalcamsplets } mittee. 1' y_ ''The" Workshop will be divided l MMM_ t

categories named in the ,com- 'deedrate' a new e liner of FUNERAL DIRECTORS ,HOED MEET lpokesm *'for' the newly into four teams Each team will > v 9'PATRICIA...

; m plaint. s coordinated table linens that include -. ; formed group stated 'the organization sl udy a 'particular project as it COPPOCK ..

cloths, napkins, aprons, and: feels there are at least relates to its own institution James Weldon Johnson -

even appliance covers. Hand-, ELECT OSCAR 25,000, Jaxons over 17 ;years of age There will be over one-hundred Junior High School
HILLMAffpRESIDENT ,
:. NAACP READY printed on strudy linen these setsare. i who the desire to fight peacefully tar participating members with out- Pepsi-Cola Dealers and
privilege to exercise their
as sudsably practical as they standing educational leaders of Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.

are charmingly quaint. "ie.- rights. He urged that Jaxons America serving as Consultants. are proud to salute Patricia '
join and support either the Youth
TOFIIESUITS.FOR DAYTONA BEACH-The 33rd Annual Meeting' of the Florida Coppock of the 9th -c
pressed the opinion that ,such action Negro Funeral Directors and Embalmers Association was held last Council or the local adult branch. grade class* She Is the
would in no way violate the week in the conference The Council has set its membership -C
rooms of the Moore Gymnasium reporter of the
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'RIGHTS'AUSTIN barratry statutes' of the State of The opening session was held goal at 2,000 ''by Decem- BURNEDAT mural activity cc

Texas. at, the Mount Bethel Baptist and the Reverend E. C. Tillman, ber.> College Council meetings are honor student. cc

Mr. Durham delivered the key- Church, with Mr. Edward R. Pastor of Mount_ Bethel Bgptlst held each Wednesday night at VET'SHOME Inira-j
8 p.m. at the A. L. Lewis
YWCA
Texas The chief note address of the three-day Rodriguez, Director of the Mary Church, brought greetings on behalf -

CP declared here last week that meeting, held in Austin, recently.It McLeod Bethune Foundation, pre- of the Inter-denominational branch and the adult NAACP JI.. ..... ,, .

counsel for the Texas State NAA- was the', first NAACP con- siding. Mr. Edward D. Davis, Interracial Ministerial Alliance. branch meets on Thursday nightsat ... _..., .. ,
the Central Life SANTA MONICA, Calif.-A Ne- ,
with the replacement of the totally ference held in this state sincean President of the Florida Negro Insurance r .........
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Plaques were received for: outstanding office, 316 West State St. gro veteran has defied the burn- : < .
anti-NAACP Voters League and of l
restrictive injunction Secretary
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temporary injunction service to the Association ing of a cross by the home he '
against the NAACP in Texas, the issued in Tyler, Texas, last Sep- the 'Central Life Insurance Company 1CK '...., {
by Mr. Elbert W. Jones of purchased in an all-white section 1CK -. : .
t organization "will" file a lawsuit tember. of Tampa, Florida, deliveredthe I Tallahassee, Mr.George. Benton, CALIFORNIA EPC of Oxnard, Calif. and has moved t .c.... '. .
Address V. ... ,
tomorrow if any citizen comes to Other speakerS included At- keynote Fort Lauderdale, Mr. George Cole- BILL IS KILLED his family into the dwelling, "" :' ? >."'>to.i.
us and asks us to do so, tellingus torney U. s. Tate of Dallas, Rob- Dr. Richard V. Moore, President -I man, West 'Palm Beach and Mr. Frank Barnes, president of the K "" .,'.;: : :; .::;

I that his civil rights have been ert L. Carter, NAACP general of Bethune-Cookman College, J. Maxwell Charlow; Plant City. Southern California Area Con- ';"W4 lr.:..

violated." counsel, and. Gloster'B.. Current; brought greetings- on behalf of The Little Gypsy Tea Room was SACRAMENTO,. Calif, ,June 30 ference of the NAACP, announcedhere I .r. I N ,. ,
Democrats
\ W. J. Durham of Dallas ex- 'N A ACP 'd1 a'ctor'mid tranches. f''. the 'Citizenry of Daytona BeachCOMPOUNDED the 'scene for' refreshments and hands in the and closing Republicans hours joined of a today. "' -X ,,,,..,": : : ',: .#t

.. social- courtesy after the session. state legislative session here last .Mr. Barnes said that the vet- ..::J'iC

';.. The Wednesday: ,morning session week to kill a measure providingcivil eran, Clifford Tatum, was "not
JULIAN POWELL
began' with a Breakfast For- redress In the least bit frightened by the '

Ii: REPORT ; ;Ji"i.., 31 % SEMI ANNUALLY um Cookman in Faith College's,Hall on campus'Bethune-at I cases.employment discrimination home Klan-like on ,June demonstration"12 and moved at Into his ** James Junior Weldon High School Johnson

rye : CURRENT A Senate coalition of six Demo- Tribute Is made to
which time Mr S. IL'Pierce, Dean I the house the following morning.The _
RATE crats and/lS Republicans on June Julian Powell, of the 9th
of the Atlanta School of.MortuaryScience NAACP official said Mr. iC
:. 13 backed motion grade class, an honor student -
up a to tablea
was 'the guest speaker. Tatum had declared he would "de- *
::0' bill amended In lie Is member of
: "' to Our Investment and The Morticians and their guests the Assembly fend his family just as he'had his :*: a
to Include FEPC the Concert
an Marching
l I ;C provision. "
_' > visited Volusia Beach during the country.
NAACP officials were quick to Band, president of his
afternoon. Mr. Barnes has secured the
: 4- / charge that "liberal Democratic as- homeroom class and Is
,
Savings Share Accounts surances of the local police chief
JITLLMAX IS PRESIDENTThe
forces In the Senate sat on their affiliated with the Second
.. that full protection will be givento
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first daY's/ session, opened hands and did much of nothing Baptist Church.
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t ,. the Tatum family and that a
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'E (> Condensed. Statement of Condition OFFICERS with a Horace Breakfast El: Hill Forum.,of Day Attorney -.. session during battle the entire for FEPC.1957' legislative" 24-hour guard will be assignedto .............*

the Negro veteran's 'new home *
Walter D. Shelly tona Beach and, Dr. H. James
of
Lester
President Bailey, NAACP field for several weeks.
I Green Of Jacksonville were the

4. C. R. Thebaut, Jr. guest speakers., The Morticianwere secretary__ ___..:I ,.LL declared_ __ :.."We. .have_had_.I
Fidelity Federal VicePresidentClifton IoU }InN me socaueaproFEP"
the guests. of, honor at the Democratic Ankles AweIgh
P. Sweet senators as much as
__ 12:00 Noon of the The of ballet
: Assembly gen- popularity length
AssL Vice-Presldent we have had
to
Savings & Loan Associationof eral ,student body of the College. pressure con- evening dresses is providing a
J. Harlan :Mann servative' Republicans. The only ,
'SecretaryAubrey. The afternoon session ended with basic difference field day for the hosiery industry. '
between the two
Jacksonville, .r : the election of officers at which Evening sheers with buckles *
.. ; G. .
Sawyer is
.. ,., the fact that the Democrats .
AssL: SecretaryW. time the following persons were embroidered in gold or black *
,
.' After Close of Business June 29, 1957 claim to be liberals and the Re-
1 t' Davis Shelly duly elected: President, O. L Hill- ** thread at the instep are one *
publicans don't.The .
,' From _
"* :.. : .. Treasurer man, Jacksonville; First Vive intriguing item. Other stockings *
I ;; : "_ Report Made to Federal Home Loan Bank :- ".' Edward IL Tutt President, L. XQzell. Ft. Lauderdale 40-member Senate Is evenly have floral medallions stitched In *

RESOURCES ComptrollerDIRECTORS ; Second Vi President' C. P. divided between the two major pastel colors on the vamp. A Betty Jean Threadcraft
James Weldon Johnson! *
Wilson, Tampa;' Executive Secretary parties. third type poises a jewel-winged
!First Mortgage Loans .... Junior School
$18,637,40345 High
G. Cause, Bartow; Treas- butterfly over each ankle bone.
f .Loans on Savings Accounts J. Harlan MannManager is honor student
218,789.43Federal Betty, an -
urer, W. C. Taylor, Belle Glade; Fortunately, all there evening
Home Loan Bank Stock 400,000.00 of the AssociationW. and a member of
Recording Secretary, A. L. Caesar PATRONIZE beauties are washable in soap or I
Federal Home Loan Bank Obligations ..'.. 200,000.00 Davis Shelly the 9th grade class. She
: Treasurer of the Association Lake City; Director of Public detergent suds. With due care, ,
United States Government Bonds ... 1M8,514..0Cash FLORIDA STABADVEETISLRS ,Is a member ofth Student ;
William E. Arnold, Jr. Relations, G. D. Rogers, Braden- they can leng continue to add
on Hand and in Banks .....':..... S96.26&27 Council, secretary of
General Contractor ton; Auditor E. Clarke, St. Pe- flirtatious: interest to a dancer'sslender
.Office Building and Equipment (Less and
Depreciation) 89,189.04Deferred her homeroom a
Bay liclntyreInsurance tersburg; Parliamentarian, B. R. ankles.
Charges and Other Assets ..... 11,063.27 \ member of the Concert .
Gibson Chaplain,"Herbert
; Thompson
.. I James H. O'Reilly Daytona Beach; Sergeant-at- Marching Band.Congratulations. i ;
Investments
$22,001,228.05 Arms, D. T. Larkins, Clearwater.
Harold F. STRAND 7 BIG DAYS! STARTS SUN. JULY 7
LIABILITIES Saxelbye &Saxelbye Powell Members of the Executive Com- *;* *

mittee include: E. Stevens, West
Savings Accounts .>.:....'.........."..;$20,490,41LOOLoans Architects *
Walter Palm Beach Percy Peek, Miami '. ,...,. Y_ .. : ,. hem lend I
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D. Shelly ; ;,"t rr.. ..
in Process': ...'!-..5 1.! ...Y;;;-.. .&..u'. 1S9,473 Real Estate and L. R. Sears, Fort Myers, ". -: .. ,' Cola to these three ,Merit ;:
Other Liabilities. .;.. 9L967.21 Award .....n! I

Specific Reserves '...'.;..':;......,....r.fH. 7.23 Secretary-Treasurer C. R. Thebaut, Jr. Florida. ., ".. ,0- \SOMErHlN6 ROO{ m1JN ;. .- '. ,j tutee to the Pepsi Merit .

General' Reserves u CT.! .......'..;;.u .LT72T097.64 .1 I Allweather TireCompany The ByLawsCommittee f 'appointed 3}word salutation .a ,.,., ,

surplus .;. :.;..!?..V.-..... :..:.-..u.% 107371.74; by the President Is cOm- [ ''tu f ilee- Tim, WEHC, 1400 ..
3
ifal Sohir :
|en cys
F' ':"" :" '' > 'Olin E. Watts posed of: Mrs. F. Stone' Tampa, 0 to your 4 p.m. "KjiclMQ .t :

Total Reserves and Surplus .. ,..:,,...... L279.369.33 AttorneyGeneral Chairman; Charles- P. Bailey, De- : Wilder I > Perk R4CatfaiCcnttr.
f'* *.:" *. ;:. st :: Counsel Land; J. Maxwell Charlow, Plant Co-Starring JUAN HERNANDEZ! Adml..loa Free.

,,, A Jennings, Watts. City B., R. Gibson, Pierce *
$22OOL22&05 Clarke and Hamilton ; Fort ; Plus "XAVY, WIFE" JOAN BDmr.r'ROOSEVELT HIT
L ItirelC Fort,.Lauderdale; and

t "" '-. EJbert W. Jones,:! 1A"D""ee.The ALL-NEW sUxJULY fr310N1rTUF3 *

SAVINGS :HOME LOANS REFINANCING: 1958 .Annual: *Conferencewill .
Hours 9 to SSO \ convene In Miami. Florida. ,-&- *

Saturday 9 to 12 mwmmmtmnmwmDMNMWEUSMASSttK! f [ '
FIDELITY FEDERAL *
Closed OB Legal SPLASH-PROOF RECITESPermanent '[

il > I .. Holidays. : : protection for precious *
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f papers recipes,and snapshotscan

SAVINGS... &- Loam asciaci.H, .' be achieved by pressing them E, 1
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I S a # -- f JackumviMe EdaWia kei ,1996Ii plastic. This new, material,, available ,. .I

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cut to .
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LAURA StfcEET: 1 1afiara
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oil
:....>.. NOW IN OUR ,21st YBAK'v "'; \ It should prove valuable to J
KIDS Tuesday and Saturdays Joaior
'M. .... ...__ hamemakerswho cook from recipearils ,. are J.dr.oevffism,
aad-clipping. Food'splashescan Movie Club Days at ROOSEVELT! 6c
MEMBER FEDERAL HOME LOAN BANK SYSTEM
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I" .:- l' ,'News"Of: Interest I From All Sections' Of Beautiful Florida ':> I



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:i pIi1t County News' COURSE FROZEN DESIGNATEDIN FOODS TRANSMISSION .


TALLAHASSEE A Course CLINICSETJACKSONVILLEA :
,;t>, v- ... i ,v B Y E 'VREElf_ ." -. .--. ,!' designed to improve the qualityand r' ,

: f:: < 608.;Madison Street PaUika. Florida* t ': F Fr:4 appearance of home' frozen .. j 0

,:,..'" '' phone East 5-3025 .f : .:. f foods will be held at Florida A workshop
:'Af.: ',.- 'f"u >
and M University July 89. i' on automatic transmissions will
C **' :- '-"* A THOUGHT FOR*THE, \VEEK .. The course is open to owners be held from July 8 to July 19

"From'the errors of others a wise 'mafi,-corrects'his'oWn."-, of home freezers, -potential buyers here at the General :Motors Training
v.r .'1,4.; of food freezers, and others Center, according to an an-
t ... Publius. Syras.. ..... .
\'ho interested in the basic prin- nouncement made by Dean :H. S.

of foods. Thomas of the school of engine-
Last week Mrs. Mattie Hartley, who lives Washington St., : ciples freezing,
: Tex materials, auto aids d lec ering and mechanic arts of Flor-
was pur guest to.the movies. She is the daughter of Rev. J. D.ilughes.This. .
.. I. ture-demonstrations, and tsudent ida A and M. University.This .
week we are inviting a'
young "lady. whose home is in I.Williams- of Ft. Lauderdale- Flora. : partiripatilon in the following workshop is designed to

Georgia.. We are members. of the Ida. major subjects will be provided: bring to the in-service teachersof
< i specifications of food freezers' auto mechanics and auto technicians -
same churcti. She has a son and a .
she Funeral services for the late containers and wrapping ma- the latest developments
lives
daughter and : near a
close MrsI Shellie Smith, who passed terials, recommended varieties of in the servicing of automatic
big! .food. store and also very : I
to the ice House.: Her.husband has :away ,last Friday night in. Tallahassee -' fruits and vegetables, freezing transmissions.
a very' unusual nickname. if she will be held at the Mt. ready-prepared foods, blanchingqr Testing equipment and its pro-
Tabor Baptist Church.In Palatka, scalding time, freezing meats per use> together with correct
r will contact me I will give her
two passes to the movies; Sunday afternoon. Revs, if.V.. and thawing and cooking of froz- technical servicing data, will be

Walker, will officiate. D. A. Boyd sr "' .... r ?.,.f en foods. I presented by factory representatives -
.' and Sons are In charge of ar through lectures and demon-
Mrs. Lulu in Jack < '. .: ... ':: stratfcns.Persons.
Bryant was .': qv ; :
rangements. 4.i.'.., 'ft":. "b"i4'<.<;'' ": .'
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sonville last Sunday visiting her .,.. ,, interested
"' in enrollingin
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SUMMER GOSPEL
aunt, Mrs. Lulu Washington of the workshop should write:
4-H CLUB YOUTHS TO WASHINGTON-Eight 4-11 Club youths will represent Florida at the
.. MEETING SLATED
1240 Odessa Street. f. #- Hastings Dean M. S. Thomas, School of
.Regional*4-11 Club meeting in Washington,' August* '11-19. Six of the youths (shown above) were *
Mrs.. Hannah Bristol is in Detroit Engineering and Mechanic; Arts,
among 'the'' several .hundred in attendance at the State meeting which convened on the campusof P ALA TKA-A week of "Sum
,11chigan'1s1tlng her son Florida A and M Tallahassee -
and' daughter. .. ,Mrs.. Janie Bell Willims was a Florida A and University recently. Left to rl ghf, Miss Floy Britt, assistant district agent; Iva mer Gospel Meetings" will be held Florida.CHARLES University'

.. .' .. I very lovely hostess Monday night Baker, Gilbert' High School, Jacksonville; Lomyerth Johnson, Jackson County Training School, Marl-! at the 16th and Eagle Streets

when she entertained ,several anna; Karen Too'mbs Lincoln High School, Gaines vUI;' Henry Lee, D'rdVebster; Mildred Harris, Church of Christ beginning July,

.Queen and Harriet Jenkins friends<<: with a paty"-in honor of; Carter- Paramoore, Alvin Johnson, liaines City, an it Dean C. E. Walker, A and M school of agriculture 7 at 8 p.m.Speaker SMITHIII

arrived in 'Palatka Monday from of Texas..Mrs. Hall is the ',cousinof I', and home economics, and"J. A. Gresham, district agent. (A.and M staff photo by C. J. Smith, HI) for these nightly serv- ATTENDS
PR MEETTALLAHASSEE
.Detroit where they' will 'spend Mrs. Williams.The ices will be Evangelist ; Lucas
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their"summer vacation with their guests. amused themselves Israel, pastor of the Cherry Street -_I _

i'J aunt, ;Mrs Mable Lockhart'rand Lleutclant"d Mrs.. L C- Hall, I BRYANfPHILIPSLEGIONPOST: FETES :DIVISION Church of Christ, Daytona Beach, Charles J.
t '."' other'relatives. playing bridge and other games' Fla. Rev. Isreal is an eloquent Smith, m. Director of Public Relations -
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',' ff The living*, room was *recorated .r-; speaker, well versed, in bible at Florida A and :M Uni-

\ with ,beautiful; va.s s'of Gladiolas. of Bryant, served refreshments, knowledge, and has been in the versity, attended the American
Mr,
: and Mrs. H. Griffin,'of 06NAV. JASPER Bryant, Philips
Those present included: Mr. and (\ Brooks conducted the ministry for fourteen years. College Public Relations Association
14th St., Miami were the Post 215, American'Legion, was
Mrs. Clifton Rhodes, Mr. John W. ] ion at 1:45 p.m. Officers were The public has been invited to convention last week in
house
guests of Mrs Minnie Tool-
host the, third division meet-
Hopkins, Mr. L. .Howard,. Mrs. to cted for the third division.At attend the meeting Rev. Mc- Omaha, Nebraska.
ey last Monday night'Christine Posts of the third
Geneva Cue, Mrs. Alene ,Cum- ing Sunday. the conclusion of the elec- Kinny of St. Augustine is the
mings, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boynton division represented were: Greenville of Commander Brooks installed pastor of the congregation. Nearly 28 per cent of U.S.
307 Live Oak Post 279,
Post ,
Johnson, left Monday Mrs. Mary F. Porter, Mr. at newly elected officers. The drivers involved In fatalities in

;'for Connecticut where she will and,Mrs: W Smith, Miss Mamie Madison Post 195, Perry Post :! _elected third division com- -. 1956: were under 25 years of age.

viSither' mother for a month. Jphnson, Mr. Charles E. Harris, 231 and the host post W C. Scott, presided. PATRONIZE Week-ends are the most dan-
D. Brooks and vsitors
;Miss' 1. Morris is hi New York Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bass and Charles gerous time to be on U.S. high
Gainesville 306 next meeting will be in Perry WEEKLY
from the ;
City visiting relatives and friends. Mr. Ernest Wyatt. Post ways. In 1956, more than 56 per
Remarks made Post 231 as host, Sept. 29. ADVERTISERS
were present. were cent of all fatalities<< occurred on

The many friends of Mrs. Bertha by District Commander Brooks
Stop pain of piles
Xonvood. will regret to learn I

that she is ill at her home on


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Ii r U.S. _'Cancels/ All Plan To Send? Team 'T'U.S.S.R., '. I





RUSSIA'S UNWILLINGNESSTO r ; : TOP TAN ,GRIDIRON STARS ALTHEA GIBSON



AGREE CAUSESCANCELLATION ; j.f PICKED FOR ALL-STAR GAME GETS A CHANCE'AT



OF : : J CHICAGO-When the All-Star football game is played in Soldier WIMBLEDON
I Field August 9, many tan stars will be,seen in, action on the 47-man
1 squad that\wfll be"battling for football supremacY against the New

NEW YORK-The United States will not, send Its athletic York Giants, champions of the National. Football League. WIMBLEDON., Eng. Althea
I' to Russia as planned because the, U.s.s-R. Light Athletic Some of the football great Gibson, the great athletic figure:
I j refused to agree on points dealing with the athletic program. i among the, tan ,stars to be in the work done by the Negro from Harlem 'will get another
The points of disagreement are: : there will e': ,Lamar Lund Perdue players chance to establish her name
1-To exchange track and field HARRIS IS NAMED I 's "AilAmerican end:, Jim Charlie Trippi who once starredat among the foremost tennis players -
I teams with"the U.S. on the basis; : I Parker, Ohio State's All-Ameri- the University'of Georgia once of the world when she goes
t of each country defraying the exI' FIGHTER OF : \ can tackle; Jim Brown Syracuse's said Oilie Matson of the Chicago into the Wimbledon matches determined :
penses in full of the visiting team : '' Ail-American fullback; Clarence"' Cardinals ,is the finest football to Realize a dream of
I' and j Peakes, Michigan State's All- player in the game.! Rick Casares many years and that is' to win
i 2-To enter the U.S.A. under MILWAUKEE The American halfback; Abe Woodson. one of the x best athletes ever the women's tennis singles champ-
,, the Immigration Laws prevailing schoolteacher from Cut' and I:llhnois's great, running back'and turned out from the University ionship. '
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I at the time of the entry. has/ reSulted Texas, Roy Harris was d 'I others 'who are' familiar 'figures of Florida is one of the greatest Althea Gibson the self-taught.
in the U.S. cancelling plansto "Boxer of The Month" by to the football fans all over the admirers of Watkins and Skeeter athlete who made her way.t

send a 70-person( team of track National Boxing Association. nation.It Jeter, his teammates with the the Cosmopolitan Tennis Club\, to

and field athletes to Moscow for Harris was also' elevated \' is gratifying to, note that, in Chicago Bears. receive her first tennis ,training

matches there July' 1214. the tenth ranking a the world of sports,..Negroes ,have The All-Star game in Chicago and from there to win the name
The announcement was made by to fifth place after punching distinguished themselves to the Aug. 9, will have some of the 'as the best tennis player In Uifc i
the Amateur Athlete Unon of the way toward the top when he I point where they are recognizedas same type of players performing. world. The talented star will be"
'U.S. After months of planning, feated Willie Pastrano in an : ( an integral part of the entire Negroes have produced the goodsin 30 years'' old; on Aug. 25, and has
the A.A.U. of the U.S. and the victory recently. Pastrano I sports set-up. The professionalteams sports. become internationally known.. '
Light Athletic Section of the ntnked sixth. Harris,has also- are 'made up of college Miss Gibson is the aldest of
U.S.S.R. were, in complete agreement feated Bob Baker of Detroit. players and those who playedon five children, had to quit hlga

on all other points. The the northern eastern and LEARN TO DRIVE school to go to work. to help her.
negotiations were initiated by western colleges }'family.... "
were happy
STEVENS SELECTEDTO The Qalckut Tfc tabs
President K. Krupin of U.S.S.R. team mates of Negro players and way T. Ucra :A thea's ability on the court attracted
Light Athletic Section in Mel- REPRESENT U.S. I II the Southerners who played those the attention of two i d.
bourne prior to the opening of the schools became familiar ,with the AJAXDRIVING' tors, H. 'A. Watson of Wilmington
Olympic Games. Del and 'R.: W. Johnson of
I clean sportsmanship} superb ability SCHOOL "
The original proposal of the NASHVILLE Willie I and general all-round play of :' hbUrg. Va: Both men' ifefedtn -
U.s.s.R. called for the U.S. to of Tennessee State A and I I: Negro stars.Southern CALL EL 4-0639 l ?faer aha, persuaded 'her ft
the versity Is one of.the. NAAU I George finish'her ed ieatiori"I .
defray expense of its teamto players (white) whoJoin'ed Perpena
letes chosen to represent Wwe &e doctors* muc&j>
Moscow .and the U.SJ3.R. '
would
: pay the expense o* the U.S. team United States in a series of. tr de Id collegiate the athletic pro ranks careers after never their 1134 W. 5th StreetCOLI Ai&ea 1 said. '"If I'ever amoiSf

in Moscow and its transportationback events abroad. to anything, it win be because w
te have had an opportunity to play chain "" -''
to the U.S. The counterproposal Coached by Raymond with and against the tan stars. .' -,, :... -&>
of the A.A.U. ,called for athletic director at e Many of them have been very She,? entered ,,Florida j A'& :MIn:;
the' U.S.S.R. paying all of the expense State, Stevens won the open-minded In ,their praise for StfFERlElSCH 1949. on a scholarship,- where ahe
of the U.S. team to :Moscowand Drake Relays 120-yard played on the ,basketball and
the U.s.A. would do likewise championship.. He broke the : STAN BACK. Ublttt .r poW ''''. tennis, 1 tfams.i She was;graduated: c ..
\ for the U.S.S.R. team in 1958. in record time to erase a 12- replacing Big George Crowe 'the for .rtlitf of COLD DISCOMFORTS. in' !53 9.1'a ,bachelor? ,,scienqe;
The S TA N 8 A C K pr.icriptioft type
The other point in the disagreement old record set by Harrison i slugging tan first baseman that; formula Ii a cambirutUn ;.f jai .*. degree in Physical Education ,and
was that 'when the U.s.S.R. Stevens also captured the has done such a terrible job both Ii.viitgl"orecfi."ta; that w rk t.fl.Uttr taught'for two years as, a physical

team come to the 'U.S. in 1958 western Athletic Association i. to at bat and in the field for the far NEURALGIA FASTER RELIEF and ACHING af HEADACHE.MUSCLES education' .< --..-. instructor. ,,at> ,Lincoln -
that it do so without racing any dles championship this t year. ,Redlegs, clue to nMc.. STAN BACK, use REDUCES University, Jefferson 'City,
objection to the U.S. ImmigrationLaws 23-year-old ,athlete left the Will. see you ,next week. Until 8TAN0AOC FEVER- SNAP BACK with Mo. ,Q

which require all aliens who tates for Italy 'along with 'ed then.. smooth. sailing. Althea made history in 1919
come to the U.S. to be fnger- athletes. when ,she became the: tan star tb

printed. This refusal in effect Among the group of Sin:1 ever 'participate in the U. 8. N&
meant that the U.S.SJL would stars making the tour are tonal Tennis Championships at
not return in 1958: 1m1w the Gilbert of Winston-Salem : : JOHNNY SHAWAI13 Forest Hills. -.

\ fingerprinting laws are meanwhile. ers. College Floyd Barksdale, I She did not .stop 1 rbut; -
rescinded.: Bob McMurray of Morgan 1 'continued Ito' -' rise In ptuptuarity
iL The failure of the athletic leadi arid in 1950 she became "I
i ers of the U.s.s.R.. and the U.s.A. world figure In tennis she wenlon

t to reach an agreement I on the ex- EAST-WEST CLASSICMANAGERS an eight months four; span-
change of,the teams will be a real "Jum cored by the U. S. stale Department :
disappointment to all of the; Outstanding i -J ARE ? [>HV With JohnklY"toms '' and the USTLA that toofc

athletes of the U.S. who her half around: the world. She
were hopeful qualifying for the CHICAGO Managers for .. participated in 21 tournament
:U.S.A. team in, the NaUonual opposing dubs, in' ,the '' YOUR WAY and won is Including the! "i-ericb.

A-A.U. championships. They will Classic 'of the Negro Italian, Indian, Asian i 'Scandinavian .
now have,to confine! their touring league has been named for : : 9:06 10:00: ) A. M. championships and" the'
this summer to Italy, France 25th annual, All-Star: game : Wibtedon doubles. ,
Switzerland Sweden, Norway, win ,be played in Comiskey "
; the defeat of Althea
by Shirfey
l D&unark, Finland in Chicago: ,July 28. for V,
_, Germany, EDgy : ; : '3:00, -, \6:00 P. ,Mr Fry in the' quarter finals last
y lsttdScotland: and Belgium as Homer Curry of the jfear at Wimbledon, tar
won
AiAlU.: teams will be .competingin ted Sox will manage the : ;; : : ..-...'.0.-_.____ ,_0.-'; "; '..4 I. .. Shirley the year's No. 1 ranking

aH of those countries during team,which won last'year's lay die USTLA and Althea ranked

July and August. 1-8.. Ed Steele, manager of, : In Mi ml y fW. Iiit rA, .second.i r J
Detroit Stars will direct the E
: Ie ;:'Now J' the tall and talented star.
team. It ,is the third ( is back .at Wimbledon_ again and
J&&THERSFORMING assignment' for Steele and : OVER is seeded'first- to-win the woman's

TOP, COMBINATION second for Curry. ; '' S singles title with poise and grace
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,ane1Ia.Sels it this time.
c the!,greatest,collegiate asketball -
greats who formed a' great.combination The'eyes'of America are watch-
-at Duquesne, University Some :Run ing the progress of Miss Gibson
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are now forming another Mort JACKSONVILLE'Ss'ci'Es- ONLY ALL NEGRO who will be the first Negro in
.. and Walker ''COoper combinationin 'BROOKLYN -+ history to accomplish the feat
new Na PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
baseball as pitcher and catcher, "
League home run record \ .
1 they':are Dick, and, Dave Ricketts ; .'
S of ),the Richester Red Wings. catcher haspeen, the set by I "13SO OK EVERY RADIO DIAL" In 1956, there were 390\.per
The Ricketts brothers with Campanula iron man sons .killed. In the U.S. crossing
,of the Bzoo: lyn Dodgers.In .
an Intersection withsignaL Twenty -
Dick pitching and Dave catching Ii
a 'game' against the I..
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form one of the most competent I : were killed on safety isle*
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kee, Braves, ,with. Ray, Crone :
battery combinations, In the international :
League. The RochesterRed trig, Campy hit his 237th I

Wings recently shut out run: of his major league the -

league'leading,Richmond 2-0( with to ease' by the' ,former : ) f z }t : '.4'.
DIcIE'pitching and Dave catching. held by Gabby Hartnett one : as ". 7 "
the greatest hitting''catchers his .4 .'
: Almost { J -
all time. ) Everybody J ,'

Daring ,1930, there: were &200 Warern Giles, president of :
1.:1. .l..l'" National said: :
.more i : gay tragic fabilities League Whb'cAnfto4y.1er
than hrKCie previous, _year' home runs is not the only : [ ?Cal
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.... ,. nor in which you have e '
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,'" _. ._ i wished yourself as ta
Prefers GORD'OHS: .
League player but) hitting -

ii WatciThisClowri home runs. in 1,149 games ; .
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achievement and ,
great
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the previous record for a I : 4 Dry GiO ,
the
472-20-537 which was 236 set by Ga ,
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t J; 23-84-9 Hartnett in 1,900 games. ing they; would face heavy fines.The cane), .Jackson the big boss i -

't statement was made after around, her son's? training ,camp .
-i i -8 .; 3 4. the Tigers had lost six out of In Columbia, NJ. It' is reported
that she has charge of the' cookIng w
\ 8 3' ad-tressed and the supervision of the ., r w

L" 0 team although he doesn't consider camp. Mother Jackson is seeingto Its gin as gin should be..velvetj, .smootlu i itraditionally

: } e te 'all players equally guilty. it that everything':: goes welwith < .dry. Gordon's superb. liqueur qualityEaeaEts '; .
17-51 14 r "It's unfair when you have to soap Tommy ,while he pre- '>d soetamed flavor in, every drink. And rte 1
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", j., give a blanket Indictment but the paijes for ;one :oar ,the toughest SO, SMOOTH YOU CAN ALSO ENJOY TT ',If : rr
635-04-987':, 1 YtI fiVANbY DL1SAlE Et entire. team needed it" dghts.. |n...his. entire, career.TED1 : ppw.... p-.
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; ""''f, (ScnM Sometimes he's down : : 6td-man"of baseball, Is fc&H plteh- .g&rig& first baseman' of the Cincinnati '

'; "' He adds, subtracts fag them"'across: lor''the1 Miami Redlegs,, ha i seen, a:very t .17AoCn74kGORDR( ,j,

.ss.wo& -u.an around Marlins. Just ,a few days pact little action this season dub to t _
Paige was seat in In the 7th an illness! that caused him to
FOR JULY 13 Inning to saev the game for the .miss the biggest part of the AYULA&EM45WMTtf'

17-92-10 Marlins and, went on to win his season win have a"terrible time -'e IllS IWIIM.. ... ..........,.; :eoIPOKIl&I JTJ. "'
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e., -- ,OFF- THE- HOCK:'. I !. VDr.. ,Archie T. Frazier. To Hold Open House At Office Sunday, July 7'


By JAY ,JAY I ; :
Dark'', dies and"-. heavy deluge .* : ,. # $ n \ "

around five o'clock Wednesday \
.afternoon dampened the hopes ofaaiyvof \ -. "S \ \ 4* \ \

the folk who were look- .- a ,
ft
tog forward to a happy and glori- Dr. Archie T. Frazier, young Jacksonville physician swho .

ea Fourth of July. However when #"! opened his office at 1913 Kings Road on July 1, for therprac-
fee morn of the Fourth'rolled

around, skies were clear .and thesappy -- tice of medicine will hold Open House Sunday afternoon/July" -', .

masses took off for various '" .. "('
7 from 2 5 .
ad sundry destinations. ,to p.m. .

Again as in past years every- f. The Jacksonville born medic is. being sponsoredYto.the '. .

one thought that everybody else ., .
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was going to the 'Beaches, so 'I. :' ', Gateway City by Dr. Lincoln B. ,Childs and Dr. F. Woods

many stayed home. In fact among
of the Wood's Chemical .
Company.
many of our sepia citizens; home \
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entertainment on Labor Day and The new offices, conveniently located in the Kings Road'. .
the Fourth is the vogue. Especial

ly among the younger: couples Shopping Center at Kings Road and Spires is equipped:with. ., \ ,. '
there are more crab boils and

back yard bar-b-ques than you the most modern devices used in the field of medicine for ..' :: '.:.
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can shake a stick at.
diagnostic and treatment purposes. .
the hosts were
Notably among ,:t '
Harriet and Charles Martin of the :The public is invited to attend the Open House ceremonies -, .

Jrlora ale sector. The Martins, and .1 __....-... .
toe Matnlses and the Jones and Sunday afternoon. I' Y a'

the Smiths and'the every one' .
S
else an got together for an oldf&sh1oned '.'d' J S : : .

crab boil and fish fry. ,

Tn the College Gardens sector the .. .
Thompson and Scotts and Parsons :- ,. "
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had their get-to-gether. ..
Renovations have begun at the Dr. Archie T. Frazier

Xincoln Golf and County Club. ... .. ,
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The! ladies lounge is being redecorated : '
:'' :1.k .d? S 6f ,\
along with otHer improvements : : a:: :

to the physical plant ..a.nr.r<..A:.: : :r{,.:. }: ..r6a.: : :'::.:+:. ::%., .,:.%,,ilviny or'f'
"' ... .. ry
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Golfers will ,be happy to know ;..r..c.y.1 ,a.
thai the shower facilities are .:'4S.:i'.;>;t ni.R"f'C.; ..St. } ad, C

'being improved and enlarged. _r.'' !+4'. < ,.
Persons have been coming from ;

tar and near to spend the Fourth ;

"4 la Jacksonville. Among the outftown .5 55kSaCd

guests are Hortense Robes .1 :

... of Atlanta. Georgia who isrntiririlng *' ", ,
\ business and pleasure.J&f. '

BoMnsoa Is connected with J..IJ 1I1" '} ,: ,4'
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tile All.American Travel Guide.

Freddie BroWn' is beaming with -

pleasure these 'days. Small won- x'M, : :::. ....
6er. the' boy sold two new can .x:

to the STAR staff and a beautifulRoadmaster :

convertible to Allen

Joyner in a single day; He Jr:

SHOULD smile.,

Freddie's sister Barbara is busy

keeping, tcrapbook of her: hub a

by'c. baseball exploits, while she

waits on the stork. At present

Ray .Reed if one of the leading ,,'
:;. bitters on 'the Evansville club and S 4%

la displayed prominently in the 14z1I

dally papers in the Indiana town.A .
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: newcomer to the Star staff is

Avalon Darby, a recent graduateof %r ;t s, nw.aYXtb

Stanton High School Avalon ;
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ft. r.i0':w'4ar :S.
aspires to become a journalist and

Is cutting her teeth with the ,


plans STAR to The matriculate new 'KJub"in' reporter one of Miss Helen Price, .Receptionist i d :n' An exterior view of the medical office \ j' I

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A, top notch film bin Is on tap ONE:MAN, KILLED I STRAND' HIT! I I MACHINE STOLEN WICHITA\TO GET ':'J

:for local movie goers in the coming RITZ .. '
THEATRE "
WHEN THROWN OFF FROM .LANDLADY PITCHER PIZARRO
at ,
week. Now playing the f : r1
Ritz Is King Cole In China Gate. SeeNA T "KING COLE i FEC MOTOR CAROne .. i Lr
This Is Kaf first dramatic role ; neighborly act ended with 1<
The man who was tabbed, toj
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and he Is a tough Foreign Legion- the theft of a portable, electric
be the Rookie of the- Year with
kflled.and six
'' man was : machine which taken
alre. 'Following China Gate Is a sewing was
others when Florida 'wr'j' the Malwaukee BraveS in 1957
'injured a
real gone western. Bert Lancaster, when a man supposed to be a
Railroad is the one who was the strikeout.
East.Coast motor-driven .\ roomer .
at
into
; slipped a rooin
John Ireland and Kirk Douglas ; "
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team up In "Gun Fight at the OK 4 OCINt3r.IASCOPE I work carjumped,tha.ck abouta :, .,',. : 636 Johnson Street and carried king of the South' Atlantic,
League in 1956, and that man
mile,south of Love:Grove Road. t
.. it off. >
GorraL" This Is the story of the .1 :
; is :Juan Pizarro ,who has been
Val Gabies, 67, of St: Augustine .' -'
day Bat Masterson and Doc HoUi- .KNC ANA* HATKIMBARRY *- $: ..". The Rebecca Loc-
,..-.-- COLE war thrown from the car. JohnDavis complainant, sent to Wichita of, the Triple-A,
day met the Dalton' Boys. ; -- "...*.DICKINSON- -- --- ,) 62. Lutherj; exander of : ,.. kett, told police she left home American Association by .the'
: .
Coming to the Strand is the .
Also "RIDING THRU NEVADA" West "Palatka, Samuel Rowe of : about 5:30 a.m. Saturday, June Milwaukee Braves. 1.
ladies idol Rock Hudson and Sid- Extra *' ADVENTUHS" :and j. '.' 29, to attend a sick'neIghbor who ,
.An ', "DEBJ Si Augustine Frank Brown "" : Pizarro joins Ben Geraghty
"Poitier of
in "Something! .
ney v < lived next door and while she was
Poltler NEXTVEEK -yBTJKT Willie Watkins werethe, injured who wahls in i J ck.on-
Value is the Negro manager
top 'g rie.tFraDk "fcer
dramatic actor in Hollywood toe ,LANCASTER. ?.kiRK 'DOUOLAS along with: the foreman, Harry .. ..t.v. Timmons, one of VIDe!' Along with Ben Geraghty;.' .
Forson. AH of the injured were .. : ..<. i roomers slipped into ,the dining '
".: he will also joinfour other former
day.. Following this is th controversial : .
; and stole her
room sewing' ma-
"GUN FIGHT AT OK CORRAL"may hospitalized.FEC ;' y. ,
"Island In the Sun" .,1 .>' ;. chine. Jacksonville Braves, Catcher Mike
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officials are 'checking to 11.
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starring Harry Belafonte and Roark, Pitcher Gerry Nelson
determine' the crash .
rRENTALSROOMS ,Frank Williams spotted Tim
'Dorothy
Dandridge.The has been slide Into place In the papers two.. This Is the policy In many mons with the machine at Kings Utility Infielder Poochie Harts
Enquire just
easier.StewartLindsey. towns. In this manner the bar ,. field and Malkmus who
refurnished. A new type seat Sidney Polter (above) co-stars Road and Johnson Street and Bobby

which Is guaranteed to relax you forces are hurl- can make money and entertain with Rock Hudson and Juan Her- recognized it. Williams! also aroomer was recently returned to. Wichita '
ing charges and counter charges. ment can be offered. With the i .
has Just been installed. New barstools nandez in TOGOTs gigantic new was able apprehend. it. by Milwaukee., ,
Rumor has it that their war chest "bottle on the bar" style of drink- hit, "SOMETHING OF VALUE,"
complete the new doings. A little later on In the day
and braintrust have both been Jaxons do, there is little
ing filmization of the explosive novel.
.Just a few weeks ago the entire Charlie .King, also a roomer at
reinforced by some of the big to support entertainment FOR"RENTROOM It plays Sunday through Satur-
decor was changed and additional 635 .Johnson Street, told police he Answer to Crossword Puzzle
space provided. wheels In the church. B ethat as We see by the dailies that many day at the Strand, toppng a left home about 6:10 a.m. leavinghis on 4. .

Oliver Parsons has arrived from it may, both battlers appear confident hats are In the ring for Senator FURNISHED With all double bill that co-features Joan room door unlocked when he page

New York and has Joined his and at last report Bishop Fletcher Morgan's- senate seat modern conveniences. Hot and i Bennett In "NAVY WIFE." AD returned he said he found Frank nnnnnnnacOGEES
Nichols was telling all, 'Tve been those Is that of at regular prices,' of !
Among reported course
brother In carrying on the business cold water. One block from bus Timmons with his pants, shoes, DGCinEnnnD
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shot at before. He's never lost a County Solicitor Lacy Mahon. nnnonrm
their father established. The socks and belt on. nn
fight and is a seasoned warrior. line. Single man preferred.
boys are operating the Standard Many are predicting that the recent BnnngnnngnnnnnD
The calmest is Senior unsolved Phone EL 4-1271. Both cases involving Timmonswere
person of murdersand s
wave
Oil station on the corner of Eighth I 6 NE RO CHILDREN 0
and Davis. Currently the entire Bishop 8. L. Green who Is sitting other events win rise to haunt -- Investigated by Detectives finnrcc

station is being painted; and provisions firmly in the saddle and keepingthe many politicians when they come I DROWN AT OUTING G.. C. Starratt and H. F. Branch. BCD dnnnnrnn nn3BDBQKB

are being made to give lid on until the trIaL out to colored town seeking .the FURNISHED -Robmlrand apt.! -
LEESVILLE, La., Six children cna BCD nr
patrons additional service. Joe Hopkins and Jlmmie-Lewis vote.They may find out that our For information_ #apply 1728 nan nnnni'I mrnann
drowned in chain of
a un- PATRONIZEFLORIDA
. Otis Speights is all smiles. His have opened a fruit and vegetable memories are not BO short after Grunthal St. Phone k EL 4-1493. successful rescue attempts on nnn nr rorrr r

madam is out of the"liospital and market on the corner of Forty- all July 4th while swimming in a $TAB'-. cart .! e'6 .4r
Is recuperating at the home of fifth and ;Moncrlef Road. The
lake ,
near LeesvOle.
her mother on West Eighth Street boys carry a top, line of fancy .o j APYEBTTSFIB8 '. .
I TAX CHARGE FACES '
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RENTS The : >
APTS. FOR sheriffs office
said the
Otto Harris Is busy showing fruit and vegetables. Stop by and ..
' his long-time buddy Keith Hints me them. Joe Is a local boy while ALACHUA RESIDENTThe ?;ltlttar; "1 s children aged between eight Sad .

the town. Sgt. HInes' Is a career Jlmmie la, a native of Tampa. I FOUR ROOM APT. Kitchen 19, were on a holiday outing at ,
..
i Anacoco Lake with their families '
army man and is presently stationed The report pentsta that the government has tiled an Information equipped. 515 West 17th Street. when the chain of .drowning! be- ,WANTED 3 SALESLADIES- 'tr
at Fort Carson, Colo. He Hgoer hems will be wed to charging Phillip H. Lillie -
Can aftez. S- HL; 8-6685. .
pm. To Sell Appliance ,
Is the brother of Constance Bines, 2 s... la the Bear future. Some 42 an Alachua resident, with gan.One ;..,......4
well-known school teacher and Fa: 1 of the younger children
predict that the sew sale tax falling to pay federal ambling
socialite.As wffl help the city! and county taxes reportedly developed trouble In Sales Experience High School Education ,.::. ,

the .thirtieth of Jirfy approaches fathers to ebavfe tbeir mlnili' Miss Bfflth House eaedstant UJ3. DELUXE 6-R 003J';APT Jaloulaes the 25-foot deep water' and as Salary!! UnlimitedApply : t -' I

war dnaas IB both AYE As we see It, dew who waste the Attorney, said the cue was based and Venetian ,bMndc One the others went to aid each was f.t.t.

eompr.'are beating louder. la the stuff, wffl : ad H asy place, aay on: a raid oa LflUe'e Restaurant 15 block from bus -Ime.! Comrealeat pulled under. f la Person" 'f '
....3s .asp it it MTU to be a tea miles northwest Gainesville in The youths were members of -f!
1 for busea Na 7 and 82 fa Westside .
batUe of words with press re- One whisky dealer told a Star August 1955 when officers said and Laticawasa dI tr1ct. three Negro families namedKuf.In' 1133 Arlingtoa Road Ask For Mr. Naah'J..

Jeaiea from the Bishop's camp reporter that be wasted the package they found Bolfta equipment oa Runnels, andu. n, ,...,, iI t
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$yfag loll sod tick They'say storm. to:doae. at nine'aad the prLIBIe' denied. ha wasseHing'bblita. Phone EL 3-8051. 54B Broward Authorities did cot diocloBe the ., f
that a Bfttfe oB fc bete* ..& eat s 'A :. : : ages and sec of each. ,. ., ..
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