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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 13, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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 13, 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:
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I VOL. 7 No. 21 Ahd: HEWS. 'JACKSON1TLLE! FLORIDASATUEDAY:' -JULY IS, 1931 .15 Cents:


;'i;JChe most startling bit of, news came t. light recently
when an enterprising new company the Domestic Business WITNESSES IN

Consultants located at 318 West 8th Street, advised this paper- $tr Forces At Work i ;,
of activities that have long plagued our people. g

It has been found that a number of contractors, loan shark NAACP PROBE

companies and a varied assortment of merchants ranging from

home appliance dealers to auto.dealers are fleecing hundredsof

thousand?, of dollars out Negro and white working people's DEMANDFEESTALLAHASSEEA

pockets through a variety t of tricks and,swindles. ,
In a series of articles the FLORIDA STAR will hiring to :

'light some of the ways innocent citizens are milked out of To 1r1ust Bishop"I Nichols !

their liard earned cash Don't say you weren't taken in group of .

when you made that new addition to your home? or,when Tallahassee Negroes who were

'you Bought that car on "no down payment" terms. Chancesare summoned, : before a legislative .. .
if have contracts examined find committee investigating racial
you'll you'll you'repaying
your

interest nearly rates and a thousand hidden charges.dollars over the cost of; the car, in' problems"proper.last, Wednesday compensation"demanded ,for AME CHURCHMEN JOIN FORCES:. AGED' EASTSIDE MAN SHOT AT...:; '..' l

Jesus.drove the money changers from the temple, but their appearance 'at hearings. "

who is. to keep the swindlers from invading our homes, as The state allows witness fees FIVE J

did two' salesmen who recently' called/'on ,Mr.'A.n This/vic/ for persons subpoenaed before a TfTODST BISHOP WARD. NICHOLS TIMES BY WOMAN'S LOVER y'

tim, With; a fast increasing family, was in, dire deed of an legislative committee. But an official : !\ .\ .
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extra bedroom. He had no bathroom in the house so he needed -- at the Negro Inter-Civic ,

a bathroom badly. Like most of us Mr. "A" could'nQt..meet Council contends that poly one of .BY STA. F CORRESPbNDENT ,. BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT ,j ./
high monthly' and therefore wanted to have his 'a number of council officials'Jias
payments '.$ Them, :talked.about,topic In.Florida: .and.probably the holies A 65-year-old Eastside man was shot twice last Saturday when I ,
needs met by re-financing the mortgage on.his home. been paid.r issue 'am ng' followers. of the African' Methodist Episcopal Church the common.fav. husband .of the woman with whom the, aged man : .
As Mr. "A." had paid only quarter of the balance Henry Land of '
on Rep
one Apbpka trial t
throughout the /country is the .coming of Bishop D. Ward had an argument Unleashed a barrage of bullets at him. ', '
Ids Kouse any sound businessman could have told,. him that who was chairman of the Je ls- & : 1
Nicholsjpff Bng relate of xbf:'XJih EpiscoparDistrict.. for laionOffttiOtd Police officers investigating the -v ; lz-
F'I" mortgage was out of the .HoweveritHtfrs -Iesmen ACP; v st gam : :
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knowing l\1r"A. not get financing on the to committee 'at t1rtm "- said 11e Inst' '" 110< ;: -: :
Charges;a 'p hop"'NtCf1o i Lane 'of;1074' ;vergreen Ave; be- "J' JAILED r
; I MAN .
home that
and the
his suggested putting siding on J house has turned the complaint over will beTieare by fa. jury of AME involved in argument .r.
came an
siding would help him to later get the-mortgage, financing he to the committee'ff:.'chief counsel I: < .
churchmen .30, at Mt.Zion
on July
with Mrs. Eva Mae Trotter
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reputed '
needed. This of course was a false statement. .. Mark Hawes of Tampa,' Jacksonville.The '
Now it must be stated that Mr. "A." did not, need sidingas I to determine what paymentsare AME Church in to be the common-law :wife FOR HOLD-UP '
big question is:J- of Boise Williams.
his house was'in good condition and $50.00 worth of paint outstanding.Land Y ..
Can Nichols beat the charges?
could have put it in perfect condition. However, rather than was succeeded* by Sen. There is a large ,of According to witnesses, Williams t

lose :sale the salesman figured to sell Mr. "A." something Charlie Johns of Starke in a staunch AMEs who will group tell rd entered.the argument which A white man was tried in .
you
even: though he did not need it, and-if you please- they had, reorganization of the committee "we've. got him" and will swear developed into a fight between : Criminal Court Monday July 8

the nerve to ask as high as $1,100.00 for siding his house that! Monday.Dr. that they intend to banish him Williams and Lane.It and was given a two year sen- J
any honest company could have done for $450.00. >.x:; q was reported that Williams tence for assault with a pistol ,
M. C. Williams, secretaryof from Florida, if ,not unfrock him
Watch out for these tricks. Before entering into any struck Lane with a stick, where- with intent to rob a South Jack- '
the council, wired Land that of the AME bishoprical vestment i
consult business'onSultaDt.. the .Did sonville business woman during :
lawyer 65-year man pulledout
agreement a or some only 'one -check has been isSuedto Bishop Nichols has weathered upon
a knife and cut.Lane on the an early morning invasion of her I
one member who appearedat many battles and men who re- '
the committee hearings'"al- spect his intelligence will just as head home. ,
SHOOTINGDID RULINGON most of Witnesses told investigating- William Oscar Black, 41, of '
IN DELAY though us spent many quickly tell you. that Nichols isnot .
more days under subpena." to be easily counted out. They ficers that Boise Williams went Pensacola, convicted recently by {
into the house at 942 St. a Jury, was sentenced by Judge,;
i Oakley
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"Can we expect. to be ,com "will tell you that he has influence! .
and secured .38 short revolver. A. Lloyd Layton for the unsuccessful '
a .
POLICEMAN NEWTRIAL pensated; as we are sure members ,pte.ntj"of mohey"and commands a.
of the committee and allied great deal of, respect throughout When he returned he shot five robbery attempt. 1 _
have been?" the world. times at the victim who was on Mrs. Bertha Springleton, wife
persons At;:
SHOOT YOUTH? Ruling on a new trial for Leon Williams asked. Most of'....the Already there is talk of "pay- BISHOP. D.. .faces WARD charges NICHOLS the front porch of the house. of the late Johnnie Springleton, T.

Crawford Wheeler, the white' elecjidan council's officials were sub- offs" and,"deals" and it.is evident Lane was hit by two bullets was the victim of the assault .

convicted for the near penned during the, 'committee'sinvestigation that a good deal of sinister plot- which entered his left arm, the 3 a.m. Feb. 15 at her home j.

The question of whether an fatal shooting of Joseph Augustus of ,a Negro bus ting is going on in 'motels-and an attempt to, snarl and subdue left forearm and the left side of 2615 Kings Ave.

18-year-old youth was shot by a Baldwin, 36, last Feb. 10 has been boycott here, ,but only .a few. back; -rooms.of churches all jn this powerful lion of. the AME 'his abdomen.The Asst. County Solicitor Hans '-' '

Jacksonville Policeman still. remains deferred for July 19 by Judge actually testified.BEACH Church.It victim was taken to Duval Tanzler, who prosecuted, said two -.""',,

unanswered. It remains one William T. Harvey. ? .. is obvious that a strange Medical Center for treatment and masked gunmen entered the house't;

of those ,cases that no one will The decision was deferred by combination of forces are allied the pistol turned over to.the. Homicide after knocking on the door and ,'

answer "yes" or "no". Judge Harvey after hearing de- -'.. 9 to scalp one of the most powerful Division. demanded the woman's money. 'i

Regarding the shooting, Willie fense attorneys argue that their FIGHT influences in the AME Church. Witnesses were John Newton Although threatened with death'. '1:.

James Hardin of 1804 West 13th ,client n Wheeler did not geta friends and enemies have Joined Hall 734 Lafayette SL; Willie Mrs. Springleton struggled with

Street last Friday, July 5, the fair trial because' the jury was '. is -4aV hands to oust him from the lofty Farms, 715%' Florida Ave.; Eva one of the bandits and his gun -

police report goes something like "misled" into believing that a IS DELAYED 7AT position he holds in the denomi- Mae Trotter, 942 Oakley St, and fired twice. No one was hit byv
this co-defendant would also be prose- nation. Elmira Smith 914 Oakley St. the bullets. ,- "*
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Willie James Hardin was sPot-
Two white James E. AidesSr.
men
at Short Beaver and DeWitt .., ,
ted DELRAY :: ;:/ };: : j; J J
., 39 and Wneeler.r35 were rid : N;:, :f. .
Streets by Patrolmen K.; L. Dixon '.i'J'.x.e..f. >
ing in the same car when Baldwinwas 4 n/
and D. E. Pickett and as they .t
.shot in the head while driving
persued the car they watchedthe
a hearse on Roosevelt boule: BEA.CH--ctrc 1t : '
1940 Ford north on Dewitt WEST PALM .;:::v.- .
go vard. At the trial, Aides said Palm BeaCh
St., turn east on State St down court action on a .
Wheeler shot Baldwin. Wheeler County zoning complaint involving ;;:
State to Lee south on Lee to ;1k
accused Aides Both men said the iaT beach was' deferred
West Union 'and .as the officers Negro
hearse had forced them off the I : '
until Sep
Wednesday probably
closed in on the Ford driven by I ;
Hardin, be jumped 'out and ran road. tember. ', m--' -1p -: -
Only Wheeler was tried and \
west on Union Street Henry F. LillenthaT assistant
convicted, but Aides was turned 5.. :,
Palm Beach attorney
Officer Dixon called to Hardinto loose. It was a .question in the County

stop several times but he minds of, the jurors as to why withdrew an application for a :.- "

continued to run. Failing to stop one man should be tried and convicted temporary court order prohibiting : k:.
erection of comfort' stations at:.
at the officers command, they while the other man was
fired a warningshot into the turned 'loose. *.. the. beach. He said there appearsto
be immediate likelihood that
no
ground and Ha.rd1n continued to As Judge Harvey deferred hisruling :? ., /
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the restrooms,win'be builtThe
run. The officers* said' two shots on the motion until 10 ajn, J '

were fired into the air but he' July 19, he: said he wanted to beach, which is surroundedon c s .V YF f1' '
lost them as'he cut through some make It .clear to. the "public and three aides by the town of .
yards. "* Ocean ,Ridge belongs to the city .
control
the press1. 'that be has no Nl;? N
.The officers said at 11:30 pan. over whether the county' solicitor 'of I>elray *Beach and- ikuseX by

Sgt. Thompson-called for them does or:doesn't prosecute the caae. its Negro' citfJi= .. :' "*" .. The:SoBbrT of 'representing the ;

to como to::Duval Medical Center, The 'cooaty ,Bolieitor: can not Temporaiy" restrop ms"were ScoUts of fee East Division of : '

Willie James Frflfo: was being prosecute every.case oa,the calendar moved!' to the each::receatiy 'but the.North Florida -OouacH' : t ,the :

treated for ."a miner flesh wound< if'.he'w4BfeesMtfee' judge &id the 'city'of Delrty-Beach,has;de-: National- Jaraborw r-' ,".ol, '-the.1 Boy f.i

in the right side." He admitted adding that the prosecutor canaLkTreffla dded.against,,'buUdteg-permaneat. Scout of Aneztea'' !I at historic- rD a q

being the driver of the speeding f a cfearge against AMea structures.ufitll the zoalag date Valley Fere, EeBasyiva&ia, JrfyJLZltth y k

car. within two years. has 'been settled.- Delray n.ffIaI-1.. ,. hi. -* heed given to Ute J' '-:... ......... .if: ,.....--... ,........,,> -_._--.... ._,-.r"..>_
BardIn was released from, the .In ruHagon the:neW;trial motion contend, then Palm, Beach. Ceanty Scots* BnnanTiihSdmoaa SBas, Jr.. ; < : :;;

hospital and placed In jail oa .the r.judge* said, speeding and no driver's. license concerned. with 'Use trial of ,case over the beach became it.Is:used aa:ace. of Mr." ad Bari. ,Bb. ....... te+ .MM hoowcOot JI&1'Sa" Stafford are all own ia the above picture. 'From left are: Mrs.
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I >THE'. FLORHtA. STAJIj S .' r :.3** !.": ';Politics As llsnal ;:'. tt


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BY EBIC 0. SIMPSON

H .; NEWS.
S A somewhat gloomy aspect of American life is that it has

If j 'Mr 'jPublished by The Florida Star PabBsblng Co.jR.i&ay. .reached the place where so many people are made to feel that'afterall '
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> MAIN OFFICE & : I ;!

r .' 2323, 3I oWC't..ncrIef Road: ...,..............EL."4-6782 EL .4-6786 I i that arise inV" I parking tickets for the slightest.!.
I people's minds Infraction of the parking law; The'
:..:D wntovra'Branch';6ffloe: 423 Broad. Street-Phone EL *"'r4-S11S '
business'
J or t J. about the virtue'f: man. operates: a along
4 : : I' MaUingr Address: in being good 'I Ashley Street In a section where
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V :i.1'- P. O. Box 56L' Jacksonville 1,, Florida citizens who most of the street is marked, as'I
tryi"to
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Pi-, ; ,' live u p to the; I "loading zones" obviously to give?

Eric O. Simpson ............................. ...........Editor laws are quite';, : truck parking space to certain

G. PaJrham. Johnson...'.......... ...... ............... .. e\rs.Siaff,r S : : understandable.To .x 'business operators. On a recent ;c

Altamae 4> Richardson ."..".. .....,., ...........Circulation: Dept. : begin with,! 'I occasion his car was parked with

1. it seems that itf about one-quarter of It Inside the
I Member of Associated Negro Press a : 4r is the honest citizen I yellow. He was given a parking

-' > SUBSCRIPTION RATES. '- who gets'pushed I
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}r4/!:'. One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $Soot; Three Months, $L80. around.! friend insists that he doesn'tmind

c /. Mailed To You, Anywhere IJa The United ,States. Mr. Good CiU.--SlmPsOn- being penalized for breaking

Sobcrlptlens Payable in Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: zen, a small business operator, the laws but he does object

r 'IiLo U'8A STAR-P. O. BOX 561-JACKSONVILLE 1,.FLORID A may be sitting in his place of strenuously to being penalized

business and along comes some while others are permitted to

i fellow whom he knows nothing commit the same, and sometimes

; about A conversation is struckup .more serious violations.It .

S WONT SOMEBODY DO SOMETHING and before leng a friendship is indeed very disheartening

r develops, because this .Strangers
a 'to a Good Citizen to find his car
I a likeable sort of fellow. It
} ABOUT lAX'S DAtI AFtlKeeping S ttV later turns out however, that plastered with tickets because '
one-quarter of his car Is in the
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Mr. Stranger is an escaped criminal -
;; truck loading zone: and then he
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so along comes the law
looks down the street to see
up with the traffic changes In the city of Jacksonville and arrests the stranger. Mr. scores of number runners' and

Is getting to be a most exasperating ordeal for autoists. .- And Citizen is arrested too for har- boot-leggers' cars parked In truck-
.r boring a criminal. This is not
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we hope that our City Fathers will do something In a hurry. 'I. :;b t ....+n :loading zones and no parkingzones
an actual case. But it is as simpleas
S j The auto driver does not know what Is happening from day to .. ., that. Mr. Good Citizen gets out i with complete immunity.Such .

< J. day. Every other day, it seems there Is a change in the regulations.One .' SY< : of it only after he has sufferedthe inequalities make people

week there are three or four lans-you can't b sure which- inconvenience of spending a feel that there Is no point In
r 1 south Main street and a weeklater there are two or '
( .going on night in jail and possibly shelled being an honest law-abiding citi
who knows? One can turn right or red off Main
I three- day you r out several dollars for a bonds- zen. Instead It makes'one feelIt
and the next day you must turn right only on green.
{ : man. Is better to be a bootleggeror
"MUST BE CONSULTED ON ALL FUTURE PLANS"Your'
We can't begin to describe what happens on South Main around Just the other day a friend of a numbers banker and then

, J :Miami' Rd. It's one complete mess. Drivers are kept in a state of I AQUARIUSBorn mine, a highly respectable personIn you can get away with anything. i

') mental turmoil by the daily changes. I Jan.' 20th thru Feb. 18th the community, called me complaining These conditions do not exist #

( Then to add Insult to Injury there Is this bolsterious, unkempt that he Is forever getting only in Jacksonville. It has become +
Weekly The solid foundation on which
looking cop shouting nasty exhortations at.s.me Innocent driver who a national trend. AU over

p Is unable to solve the jig-saw puzzle of traffic. directions which ale your hopes are built is renderedeven LEO the country you will find racket- '

Instituted from day to day. Hteffoscf Guide firmer when someone helps Born July 23rd thou Aug. 23rd eers and corrupted individuals

Won't somebody make up their minds or help us drivers make you with words of wisdom and You may do no wrong when flaunting the law under the protection

up our minds! WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR guidance. You can increase your you are completely master of! of law enforcement officers -

The traffic situation is a sickening, disgusting and most exasperating "' BUSINESS LOVE 'TRAVELBy own and other people's produc- your feelings. The adoption of new and public officials. r

,. mess. under the methods could cause' no end of It Is obvious that graft Is the
tivity
strong impulsionof
t We realize of course that Jacksonville's auto traffic has grown PABLO The ASTROLOGER the 10th. Be careful about revealing complications delays breakdownsand underlying factor for these mal-

at a fast rate while -no. provision was made to open 'a traffic -55, --- -.- .. past secrets which would other frustrating develop- practices in American life. In this

.1 assage across the St. John's 'river because of the lack of-foresight complicate matters between yuo ments on the 12th when Mercury economic age the need for money
ARIES detrimental
on the part of our city. ccruncUmen, and city commissioners of a consequences as far and someone dear to when squares Neptune. You may be has created an intense yen for
Born March 21st thru April 19th as of mind, feelings you
your peace
few years back. tempted to overlook the value of cash which has completely over-
the Moon is FulL While trying to
It not "be these and interests
In the of the elected may popular pecuniary_ are con- close associates these but the of honesty
But the problem is now,, laps presently be fair to, others could do days shadowed principles ,
to sacrifice fun fortomorrow's cerned. Don't be you
officials and it Is time they take some definite steps to rectify days today's trapped by. glamorous yourself an injustice and this this would be erroneous thinkingon and good citizenship.
Stability-
'1 the situation. For one thing, the, city should can In a qualified security. .lures. your part. e .
home and the prospects which 5-70-66-69-63-576. would end up .by being a disservice t
traffic expert to work out the problem. And the, next thing, the conscientious effort to alL Pay no heed to GSS987268.. The regrettable result of it allis

iSLi traffic department ought to replace some of the men stationed accompany the 10th. The: gossIP that our young people, white

f at the busy Intersections with more presentable looking and more are llth symbolized counsel by emotional CANCER 4 50-33-49-32-453. VIRGO I and colored alike, begin thinking

polite patrolmen, Instead of using, some of those men who know self-control in complete connection with Born June 22nd thru July 22nd Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd 1 in terms of acquiring money at
about ,traffic direction and were probably dumped on that Your deep-rooted instincts are
nothing and ,Don't overlook the aid that all costs honesty and good
youngsters.
.assignment because they were not efficient at anything else. money 1-10-11-14-12-122.romance imaginative and careful planningas PISCES not likely to fail you in estab- citizenship be damned.
lishing a solid basis for'a sound
well as the backing of stead- Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th t
and happy home life. The 8th
fast associates can furnish The The HUvl2th: warn you against There needs to be a reawakening
provides confirmation as to the
TAURUS 11th counsel 'a cool head in connection being taken in_ by people who of the people to the desirability
desirability of amassing capital:
S with money associations claim friendship for the purpose for good citizenship. .Our
LILLY'S DRUG STORE Born April 20th thru May 20th or property for a future existence
If there were any doubts that and public relations. The next two of. benefiting from your efforts of ease and prosperity. The 11th community and our nation Is becoming -

Taureans have contributed more I weeks are better suited for the and creations. You also will haveto could arouse you emotionally so demoralized by graft and

1907 Kings Road at Spires than their share to make the consolidation of your gains and keep a close check on your know Just what you .are doingon corruption. Starting with; Jacksonville

.- .. world a more beautiful and com- the bolstering of vital resources. funds, emotions and the pursuitsof I this day. the white and colored
2-90-33-87-31-293. the generation during hands and start
i younger people can Join
',,: fortable place to live in. The 11thmakes II 9-70-$ -69- 3-973.
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)) .'.,.. "'r.. II :<' "e REV. OVERSTREET : ;. Dr. Frazief's Office Dedicated I SERVICE CLUB TO PRESENT

; .. ?\, i Cel6." 7 t. ,, TO BE SPEAKER FOR
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ANNIVERSARY"EVENT ,..,... '
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.,SpellltiH9' FN ,s PAD RICA mm IN RECITAL t

.J.,.. The Rev. H. T. Overstreet, pastOro -' a .
: Mt. Tabor 'Baptist Church, .' .
will ,be,: the speaker for the Sun- The Service Club of Laura Street Presbyterian Church will : \,

Miss Delores Johnson July day 'School anniversary in St. present Miss Padrica Mabel Mendez in a vocal recital J'uly'1' at ..
: 8 in the Church auditorium.Miss .. '
Matthew 14 pjn.
r Church i
bride-elect was honored. with a Baptist. July __ _
at 3 pjn. Mendez, a recent graduateof r
lovely bridge luncheon and shower .
Bethune-Cookman College, witha
The contest, "Famous Womenof '
by Bin. Billle Wflkerson. The the Bible" will terminate dur major in music has been study- YMCA GROUP .

affair was .held on the patio at ing .the program; Other participants ing, music for several years. She r
from the will .Ti' was a member of the Bethune-
the home of land Mrs. George : city participate -
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rr Lfflenthal, 521 Jessie Street. Present on the program.. The Rev.Mr. Cookman College Concert Choir, TO DEDICATE

Overstreet will be accompanied ,.. serving as soloist.
were lIrs.Allee Johnson, by his choir, ushers and During the National Councilof
c.
1 mother of the honoree, Mrs. Marie congregation. __ Negro Women in Washington DEFENSE TOWERDr.

Argrett, Mrs. Ella Jones, Mrs. D.C., Miss Mendez served as guest

listen Barns, Mrs,, Lola Courtney, soloist. She also represented the

Mr*. Franclna Robinson, Mrs. JUBILEE SINGERSTO a college in 'the Spirit of Cotton
Elizabeth West and close friendsof BE PRESENTED ON % ipr
Makers Jubilee in Memphis Tenn. E. W. Thompson, chairmanof

'the bride-elect.. CHURCH .PROGRAMThe iniL Members of the sponsoring club the J'amesVe1don Johnson

,
;Y.: are: Mack L. Hayes, president; Branch YMCA has announced that

The Alpha Iota Sigma Chapterof Dixie Jubilee Singers will ; V I Miss Flora Bell, vice president; dedication services for the Civil
Mrs: Mary I,. Crumley, secretary; Defense Observation
Dicta Sigma Theta Sorority, be heard in an after service. pro- Tower, at
recently named Harriet Flowers, gram July '21 'at 9 p. n. in the Mrs. Pauline Davis, 'assistant 45th street and Moncrief road will

the recipient of this year's $500 Triumph Church of the New secretary; George Burroughs, be held Sunday at 4 p.m.

scholarship. Miss Flowers, daughter World, 1060 W. Union Street treasurer; Mrs. Christine Davis, Officials of the Air Force and

of Mrs ,Bertha Ayers was a The group will be heard.singing j$); Mrs. Mattie Hayes Dennis Jackson local Air Force Civilian Defense

} I member of Stanton's June graduation some of, the latest gospel selec. ?% Frank Jones, Mrs. Mary authorities, will be special guests.

class. She, plans to matriculate tions. Paul Fountain is managerof =Jones, Mrs. Ernestine Knight, The tower will be operated_ un-

I at Tuskegee Institute. the group. The program is : Mrs. Edith McGruder, Bennie der the auspices of the James

r I .' being sponsored by Mrs. Fannie rw NIckerson, Miss Delores Pearson, Weldon Johnson Branch 'YMCA

i :Mrs. Calvin Williams of 11"8 Mae Henry. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, Mrs. Beulah with volunteers manning the post.
Rousseau, Joseph Grant; and Mrs.A. The has
public been invited to
I Moncrief Road, returned to the
I B. Coleman.FASHION .
city recently from West Palm f '?-W::> <":;, t ':$ ;<<_::..aFs4iw:: a .l k''"' _.:.:... ;:L,,:: attend the services which will be

Beach where she attended the Wedding BellsJames ,DEDICATION AND OPEN.IIOUSE-Partlelpants hi the Dedication and Open-House Cere- REVUE held in the auditorium of Mon-

49th annual session of the Florida for the office of Archie M.D.are shown above. crief
monies new T. Frazier, Seated from left are:L'l\1erchle Elementary School.
Assn. of Colored Women. She was A. Frazier Dr. A. T. Frazier' M. PLANNED BY CHOIRThe
Mrs. A. T., Frazier,1rs A. Frazier, Miss Eartha M. White,

i accompanied by Joyce Pauline, E. Phillips, 404 W. 115th and Rev. J. M. Dixon. Standing In the same or3sr.arc- : 'Eugene Matthews, Joe II. James, Dr. L.
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Priscilla Boston and Gwendolyn St age 19 and Joan J. Edwards, B. Chllds, Dr. Frank Woods, Honorable ,RalphValte"rs; ,. acting: mayor, and R. A. VInson. Senior Choir No. 1 of the SINGING ,GROUP SET
Lang, members of the Seminole
Zion Church will
Hope Baptist
1888 Cedar Ave., age 18. -
Club.and Junior Girls Club. They mid-summer fashion FOR MUSICAL EVENTThe
James Williams, Jr., 23 5 Lan- sponsor a
in were the guests of Mrs. Nannie Brunswick; Ga. on July 25. Members a Beach trip to the "Little Tal- revue Monday evening, July 22
-eid
tana Ave., age 18 and MinnieL. Coen
lVill1am5 and the of the circle"*"are selling .
:McGill, 2365 Lantana Ave., bot Island" on Thursday, July ins the church auditorium.The .
group also, visited In Miami tickets for the outing. Bobbye Crosson Specials
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18th. The bus will leave the Program Committee, head-
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t age .11J' ; .
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Washington, D.C., will be presented
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.. C. Koonce, 1148 E. 7th St., i' Annual Men's Day will be ob- Church at 9.30 am. The Churchis ed by Mrs. Lois Cain, chairman, in a musical recital Sunday

J The Les Camellia Social and age 38 and Frankie M. Williams, I served in St.. Thomas Baptist The Mt. Olive Primitive. Baptist located'at Myrtle .Ave. and and Mrs. Emma Robinson, chair- night in Dayspring Baptist

4 Saving! Club will hold its regular 1148 E. 7th St, age 25. Church August 18 throughout the Sunday School Is- sponsoring 4th Street man of the Fashion Revue, Is Church.

I meeting Saturday night in the day. Music will be furnished by .planning a very unique affair.
the,Male Chorus for the occasion. Several ,noted artists of the Crosson is the former pianist
home of Mrs. Juanita Alexander, LE1S-FETON CARTER
i"I 1 '453 Spearing Street Recently, SOCIETY PLANS FOR .. BARBARA / city, including Mrs. Lupine Riley, Johnson and director Davis of the famous Mary

the club held their first "Come 28TH ANNIVERSARY District 2 of Bethlehem Baptist pianist and Mrs. Wilhelmina An- Singers of Phila-

As You Are" on the beautiful Church will ,meet in the home of TO EXCHANGE MARRIAGE VOWS derson who will serve as narrator, delphia, Pa. .

lawn of Miss Deloris Wright. The Senior Missionary Societyof Deacon E. Sawyer Sunday at are scheduled to appear. The program is being sponsored

Games,dancing, and records were the Zion Hope Baptist Church 3:30 Transportation will be Mrs. Agnes Williams, presidentof by Mrs. Leola Taylor in the Interest
will observe its 28th 'furnished for the '''members. the club has announced'that of the Women's Day effort
enjoyed by all,:oJC the guest. anniversary
many Mr. and Mrs. .J.. H. Lewis has announced the approaching
afternoon 21 at the public is invited to attend. scheduled August 25.
A of boiled crabs Sunday ,
variety July
; tasty wedding of their ,daughter* Miss Barbara Jean Lewis to Felton
I. fish and beverages Were served. 3 o'clock in. the auditorium of Chicken dinners will be sold Carter, son of Mr. and 1.rs. Wilton Carter of this city.

the church. District 6 of St. Matthews RANDOLPH EDMUND SILAS JR.
by The bride-elect .is a native of Jacksonville and was a member,

The Rev. R. Williams, celebrated Mrs. Naomi Griffin, chairmanof Baptist Church on the evening of cf ,the New Stanton High School June graduating class. She tookan

his birthday July 8 by the Program Committee stated July 20 at 2804 Grunthal Street active part in many of the school programs. Among some of

/ ; taking off on his annual vaca that a very interesting program -. them were the Future Business Leaders of America and the Ad- ATTENDS BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE

tion. lIe will spend several days Is being planned for the occasion. The Mt Ararat Quintet will be i* vance Sewing Club. Miss Lewis also held the honor as an attendantto -
1 Atlanta with relati\e& Accom- A cordial invitation has been "Miss Stanton."
in presented in a recital, at the Day-,
panying him Is his wife. extended to all Missionary Societies spring Baptist Church July 21 The bridegroom-elect a native of Jacksonville, and graduatefrom Randolph Edmund Silas Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs Randolph B. .

members and friends. Mrs. at 8:30 p.m. New Stanton High School served in the U. S. Army Infantry Silas Sr, 1419 W. 11th Street has been chosen to represent the

F 1 Mrs. Anna'Felder of 385 Spruce Charlie Lee 'WillIs is the presI- S Division and is,presently employed with the Southern Construction I Scouts of the East Division of Boy Scouts of America Jamboreeat

Street left the city recently for dent and the Rev."E. R Simpson, > Company. :- .;'" Valley Forge, Pa.. July 1218.

Richmond, Va., to spend her va- pastor. ..A barbecue and'fish fry has The wedding 'will take place Sunday, July 14 at 1 o'clock I Life Scout Silas is a member

cation. She will be the house I been planned for too 1Y, Saturday, immediately following morning services in the West Friendship : of Troop 51 of Ebenezer Methodist MELTONIA COBB;
A at 4th and Davis Streets for the Church. A reception"will be held 15 at 7 in the TO BE PRESENTED '
P guest of the Rev. and Mrs. Peter APPRECIATION HOURIS Baptist July pjn Church, and an honor studentof
B. Walker. She will also attend Men andVomen's Day observ- home of the bride-elect's parents. 2035 Baldwin Street.
IN RECITAL SUNDAYMiss
I James Weldon Johnson Senior
PLANNED SUNDAY of, First New Zion
ance Baptist
the wedding of Miss Barbara Lee No formal invitations are being issued for the wedding or

\C'I f Walker, daughter ojt the Rev, FOR REV. LIMBRIC Church. reception but all friends 'and relatives are invited to attend. High SchooL He is an active Meltonia Cobb will be
S. pre-
a worker
I and Mrs. Walker Mrs. Felder in his Sunday School and
sented in a recital by the Sun-
will spend part of her vacation 'Walters.Memor1al, Church, located The :Deaconess Board'of St ,Youth Organizations. day School and Baptist Training
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I with relatives ,in Washington, D.C. on Madison street will be I Thomas Baptist Church will meetin Tuna Fish Pie The Jacksonville Medical Dental Union of Mt Sinai Baptist
the Hour the home of Mrs. J'ohnnie'Mae
scene of an Appreciation and Pharmaceutial
Assn., Dr. W. Church, Sunday at 7:30 pm. in
Sunday at 2:30 'p.m. for the Rev. McKnight July 28 at 4 p.m. .,,__., .._ r1.,.-_._.. .. __ .._ -_=. .. "., !".::..: ....:I.I I.
: ; the auditorium of the church.
W. Schell Jr.
is
president
CLAUDIA, MAE JONES L D. 'Llmbric, 'founder 'of the Independent aF f presenting -
Miss Cobb is a member of MtSinai
Civic and Religious the free trip to the Jamboree -
TO BE PRESENTED District 1 of First New' Zion and served as one of the
Association to Silas. He was selectedby
Baptist Church will ,meet Sunday leading sopranos of the Young
[ IN GOSPEL REVIEW An interesting program will be at 5 ,p.m. in the home of Mrs. the members of the East Di- People's Choir. She is also a

presented for ,the occasion, with Alice Williams, 2115 Mars St., ?Xk'a vision because of his advance- former member of the Stanto-
G some of the talented ,citizens ofthe a Musi-Cho directed :Mrs. An-
Miss Claudia Mae Jones ,will Apt ment and camping record and his by
Review city appearing.: The 'Rev.. Z. *. 5..,* 4a nette M. Espy. .
be presented in: a Gospel overall contribution to the pro-
; D.. Llmbric will deliver the sermon she is featured
j\t a
i July 23 at 8:15 pm. at Mt; Pleas- The 'Pansy' 'I Blossom Sewing y gram of his troop. present
for the affair.TERRYCLOTII. ; ,.
in the Edward Waters
soprano
ant Baptist Church, Southside, Circle .will sponsor: an outing to Two days of sightseeing in '
Glee Club where she is a studentat
,
the Rev. a ,J'. Crosby is the SLIPPERS "r Washington, D.Cwill climax the Edward Waters College.

pastor. trip. Included will be visits to
'
Miss Jones is a graduate of Easy to slip into easy to wash capitol buildings, historic ,shrines t

Hastings Vocational High School are many new types-of terryclothscuff Stark the Arlington National Cemetery, GmING1fJpNIGHT!

1 and 'a.former' student of FloridaA slippers. Style' has been injected Mt. Vernon. Marine: Memorial If vrrled fcr-BU44er Weakaeu"Ctottinf

and M University School of too, through the use of "Flag Raising at Iwo Jima," a 'fit Up Nights urination(too) fmoent.r cmn.ClBl1e trarntaf n Print itcfe-

member of DaySpring cloth metallic Deliveries guided tour of the FBI, and a due to common Irritation
Nursing. She is a patterned and *,try CTSTKX far inset,tratu Tin*,
,Baptist Church :and serves threads. visit to the Washington and Bo-: conlbrang tola.A bUHon CISl'XX' tablet and*
tied to put 35 year pjvr afety
;,.as visiting nurse for the church. .Terry slippers stitched to the BORN TO MR. AND AIRS.: tannlcal Gardens. ucceu.atlsIacUoo Ask or druggist swocy-Uck for UXtflZJL fuaraaU under.
s Some of, the guests to appear sole can usually be' machine- .

are-Mrs.: Bertha Kelly, the Celestial washed. Careful basin-washing in .zJ.---
I Sleandg hot mtgt$ of 2".u..I'Jda."z. enl. IniivUuml tomato apse GOOD NEIGHBOR
Splriutal Singers, Mt AraratQuintet warm soap' or detergent suds and James and Emma .Sparrow, team up for t tempting Lenten maui.
'. the Johnson. Trio ,and rinses is usually safe 'even for 5726 Abelia Rd. GirL-Feb.,3, l 57. CLUB TO CELEBRATE3RD ATTENTIONChurch
others. less sturdily constructed types. Nathaniel Brinson, 711 W. A meatless main dish pie can and press dough together. Coveror
L many be the star of an outstanding wrap in waxed paper. Placein ANNIVERSARYThe Reporters
Union St Girl Dec 15, 1956. Lenten lunch or supper. Tuna refrigerator while preparing I

David Carolina, 231 E. BeaverSt Fish Pie is a hearty and satisfy- Tuna Filling. Club Reporters ;
ing substitute for meat duringthe Good Neighbor Social_Club
Girl: Dec. 24, 1957.
SocialitesSend
TUNA FILLING
pre-Easter season. will celebrate its third AnnIver-
\ Booker T. Foster Jr. 1979 .
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Cheese added to the pastry 3 uUeipoons batter or DLaI'pr'Iae' sary 'Sunday, July 14 at 3 p.m. '
11 W. 14th St Boy. Jan. 18, 1957. or Bring Your New
50 gives a glamorous touch to TunaFish 1/3 cap heir chopped onion' in the Grace Baptist Church on
I'i Ernest Bostic Sr. and Rose, 126 Pie. You can use the same 2 tablespoon enriched Mlf-rblaf floor In To TheFLORlDASTAR
East 21st and Jones Streets.A .
self flour'to
W. Orange St. Boy. June 27. good -rising make 1 teacpoon saltteaspoon AJII'J
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the pastry that you use for quick 3: pepper I'. unique program is being ; '.
'CULTURES 'STIUMHT0* McCrady Bronner, 1179 LoganSt. breads. The baking powder in 1 tip milk planned for the occasion by the
Boy. February 5. the flour will make a light airy 1 teaspoon tToreeftenbire iante
committee.
Mrs.
Eddie J. Hatcher and Mildred, pastry. The flour contains salt 2 cup drained, flaked tuna (hr. program Gladys Not Later ThanWEDNESDAY -
too. so you won't need it in the 7-oamco can) Barnes, a very forceful .leader In
1518 W. 20th St. GirL Feb. 26.
recipe. 1 ap eooked, drained pea civic, church and social affairs I NOON
lip Sim Williams and Odessa, 154 Interesting main dishes and Melt butter or margarine in will be the guest Mistress of ff "
Brunson Ave. GirL May 21.. hot home-made breads can saucepan. Add onion and cook Ceremonies during the Note: The earlier -'the better.
Leonard D. Fowler and Mary make, your Lenten menus appetizing 2 minutes stirring frequently. B. programThe Notices brought in Monday and ;
and Blend in flour salt and Pastor, Rev. F. Brown
5607 Pansy Lane. GirL May 26. appealing. Use pepper. Tuesday will get better position ,
self-rising oar to save time and *Gradually stir in milk and cook has extended an invitation to the
iI.h Willie C. Rayson, 2404 San Di- insure good results" when you until thickened and smooth, pubI c'to attend the. program." and better headlines.

ego Rd. GirL May 29. bake biscuits, muffins and, nut. stirring constantly. Blend in
Neptune :M. Groggins and Emma breads. Worcestershire sauce tuna and I..
peas'Remove from heat Dividepastry
1464 E. 30th:St GirL May 30. TUNA ;FISH ,PIE in halL Roll one-half to 2-OFFICES-2 .
William J.: .Hudson, 1326 W. ,113 eL.redded! .AaMrfam C&CCM circle% inch thick and fit into .BUY-SELL-nESoor-BEPAJ '_

d 1 rs ,10th .St "Boy. :June 6, 1J4 .i1.cap' ; :affect cnrkbed tcUrlOMgflow ; .'half 8-inch of pie dough pan.for Roll top crust.remaining Pour HAMWEY BROS., Main Office '&- : .Plant.- ::";-,.,
Herbert Grant and Rosa 1123E. '
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Tuna Filling into bottom crust.
s ,p',,, ear .3rd ;.St Boy. ,June 23. 1/3 tmp LMtealaff .1 Arrange top crust ever filling SEWING MACHINES 2323 MONCRIEF RD

*I_ .,. 41 Joe. <<:'y'-'and Artis, Bald 3 to 4 uUayooM ceU water Trim and flute edge. Prick or'. WASHING ilACIHNES Near- 13th. StreetDowntown
win. Boy. June 21." F Stir cheese-.into flour. Cut or slash .lop pastry to.allow steamto ,.'.,).
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N Pr rub in shortening until mixture escape. Bake in moderately -Since.. 4' J ,. e e .
Cleveland Tremble and wife, is crumbly. Sprinkle with water, hot oven iOO'F..) about 40 20 'BROAD ST. EL 4-7713 <. -' :
TIN' F = l IN!. 710,.W. ,lath St;..GirL tJune: 21 $abdn Jightly_foHl"dough be- minutes. Cool a few minutes before < Office:. y ,
U' i ak .Ion enjHo >asd Iodine,' jtea to ifcek together.;; Turn out cutting into wedges Make .. ,: i. v ,:. vi::- :- *_1 :: ; f7a .S' nr-ai'- -j Street ;
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,{ f 9 : JAX TO BE WELL REPRESENTED) f. 4vw w LITTLE ROCK PLANS LAURA EVENTMrs. JACKSON



i**, : AT MEETING IN CLEARW ARTER
worker and gospel singer,

:.... .. will celebrate her 20th anniversary
Jacksonville will be well represented at the forty-second annual
A "Calendar t"ashiorie'tt.ill as a gospel singer on Sun
;. :,;; session of the Progressive Baptist State Sunday School and Baptist be presented July 24 at 8 pjn. In day night. July 21 at 8 o'clock

p :! Young Peoples Union Convention which will be' held in the St. Little Rock Baptist Church. The in the Elks Auditorium 712 West

i Matthews Baptist Church Clearwater, July 24 through 28.
: affair will be sponsored by the Duval Street. -
J. W. Scott, superintendant of : t !- boards of the church for the Madam Edna Gallmon Cooke,

I the First Baptist Church Sunday : ffr ; youth. popular gospel singer of Washington -
the youth parade and Mrs. Agnes
School of this city will serve as
The models will wear some of D.c., and the Singing Sons,
L. Dean, will conduct the youth
general chairman and president pf
the latest attire for morning formerly known as the SouthernSix
the convention. Other ministers talent program on Saturday.even
afternoon will
and evening. Mrs. of Springfield. S.C. ap-
from this city that are expected ing. .
e Gladys Daniels will serve as pear as guest singers.
to attend Rev. R. H. Wilson Conducting: the work shops will
are who
E narrator for the occasion and Participants from the city
h be the Rev.. R., H. Wilson and
Rev. H. H. Robinson Rev. C. A.
Mrs. C. King will preside at the are to be featured are the GateWay -
Weaver Rev. E. R. Rev.J. Alexander Heard ,of this city.
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Simpson + piano. The program will be directed Singers Singing Trumps,
J. Jones, Rev. T.. C. McCall, The Rev. : by Mrs Thelma Baker. Heaven Echoes and the Venlteers
;, Rev. K. D. Britt, Rev. C. C. dean or the : Singers.

: Daniels and Rev. J. C. Sams, partment and : : : The affair- is being sponsoredby

r'I'. general president of, the State the method ; l:. VACATION' BIBLE Mrs. L. M. Jackson who has

convention. Department. > .. SCHOOL WILL OPEN extended a cordial invitation to
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i Clearwater, under the leadership primary celebration.

.;. of Rev. H. V. Palmer has been days' session
Vacation Bible School of theM
PU will be
for several
making preparations
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Olive Primitive Baptist Chu
a months to receive, the delegation night sessions ANTIOCH BAPTIST
which will represent all sections Sunday, the Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist
BYPU yo Y: Church, located on Myrtle Avenue MAKE PLANS FOR
of the state.
The planning committee
I tmd 4th Street, will begin Mon-
is completing plans for the Individually MOCK CONVENTIONA
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departments day, July 15th at 9:00 a.m.
pre-opening and welcoming
J program in effort to ... The theme for the Bible Schoolis
which is expected: to be the : : Mock Convention will be

: I I finest presentation in the history tional and and"Learning His Followers.More" About Jesus presented by the Senior Missionof

p I of, the convention. Evangelism Antioch Baptist Church, 513
I 9- Some of the Instructional
the per-
'i The Rev. D. H. Jackson of teaching
Odessa Street 18 at 8pjn. ,
? on July
of c.Sr r.r sonnel are: Mrs. Rosina Porter,
1 j Bartow will discuss the theme, the in the church auditorium.
G. Frazier
Holmes
Eugenia M.
J 'The Challenge and Dynamic Influence light of the Brown E. F. Alback and others. Mrs. Lena George, a leader in
The Rev.
I of Christian Religion" on church cvic and social'affairs
Supt. A. M. Frazier and Pastor I
1 I II Thursday afternoon. His message chairman J. Mv Dixon will be the guest speaker for the
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urges all membersand
I Is to set the for convention;,
,; expected pace occasion. A
interesting
friends to send their children very program
,,1 the theme for Bible lessons and nual sermon.
Unique plans have been made featuring many talented
( ing the
I sermons during the four-day for the Vacation Bible Study. artists of the city will be presented -
meeting. during that time.

r r rI The youth will play important Mrs. Dora Stewart, presidentof

roles throughout the session. In FAMU Talent Program Set the Mission has announced that

addition to various addresses and By Willing Workers .% the public is invited to attend.

solos, they will hold a special Rev. J. J. Jones is the pastorof
worship hour on Saturday at {. 1
The Willing Workers Spiritial the church. f
twilight, under the direction of
Singers will sponsor a Talent
the Rev. R. H. Wilson of this
Program 4n the New Mt., Olive
I city. Mrs. M. M. Warren and the y MELVIN GRACETO
2,154 .
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: Baptist Church, Brady and Hart
Rev. W. J. Glover will supervise
Streets on Friday, July 19 at SPEAK FOR

8 p.m.
y The Good Samaritains CHURCH EVENTMelvin
Prayer
'. ,ATTENTION
and one }>r: Band will be the guest. A unique'

)1'\1' '.. students are ri4' program has been planned far Grace the Deacon popular -
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:- Church. Reporters rent summer the occasion by the program com radio announcer of Station
"-" mittee. WOBS will be the Master of
A and M
Club Reporters Ceremonies for the 9th anniver-
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E. M. Thorpe, Persons to appear on the pro-
i. breaking gram will include: The McCall sary celebration of the Sick Com-

'1 'r :'. '. Socialites dents were Singers Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jackson mittee of Mt. Ararat ,Baptist

1 j .' a semester of ,, Miss Pearl Hightower, Dea- Church. The ,celebration will be
: Send or Bring Your New' con Sammie Hinson, Mother held Thursday, July 18 at 8 pjn.

In To TheFLORIDA year.A J Y ; fi? Hines, Mrs. Mary Coens and in the church auditorium.A .

.. Thorpe's ,E. many others. very interesting program is
f STAR :>wq:+w-Y.%:x.,.><;. being planned for the celebration.
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Note: The earlier the better dents-males,
\Iembers of the Pallbearers Grand Union 224 of Walters mittee are: Mrs. Estella Clark,
i No.
;, Notices brought In Monday; and total, 819.
attended' the recent celebration in the church president; Mrs. Mable Smith, vice
kj ., Tuesday will get better position City : anniversary are
J '. + and better headlines. en, 747, total at top are; ,Mesdames: C. Cruse, B. J. Williams, Sarah Glen, Clara president; Mrs. Beulah Green, 2nd

ber of male are; Mesdames: Jannette Bryant, 3Iamie Harris, Carnie vice president; Miss Jessie Clark,

i: :, end 1330. in the, photo at bottom, from left are: Mesdames E. IL Campbell, secretary; Mrs. Ida Jones chap-

r dents, Blunt, Mattie Calhoun, Rev. R. L. Rogers and Estella R. \V son. lain; Miss Betty Jones, reporter;
2-OFFICES-2 iktlNtt and Mrs. T. King, treasurer.
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',. -- Aid l the Lard answered Members of the committee are
1 \ : Main Office & Plant me,
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-. Rose Lee John Willie
f. A unique program has been King, Diggs,
aid said: Write the visienaa4
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: 'J! Y' 2323 MONCRIEF RD SLATED planned far the occasion. Mrs.T. Stop pain tr piles make it plain upon tab Mae Clark, France Patterson,
Rose McCall, Irene Cauty, Rachel
: : j 13th lets that he that
run
lJ ) Near Street L. Sykes, an active worker in may
reaieth it-(Hatakkuk 2,2.. j Jenning, Nancy Richardson, Willie
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homer
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t.. :<; : ,tJ church and civic organizationswill today Mae Matthew, L. Green, VeraJ.
the New The Holy Bible, which is ,
: serve as Mistress of Cere- Robinson Curtis Clark, LolaB.
at hand for each ef
1 i t back! readily us,
i Downtown Office Baptist -- >? money
mony.: her participants the ceataias the writings and the Buchman, Lillie M. Field,
14- In teeter's tests, amazing.new
day, July
f 423 Broad StreetAsthma program-are: Mrs. Queen EstherJackson Stainless Paz. instantly rel1e1'edpUes' visieas ef mortal men, as eur- Thomas J. Clark Jr. and Beatrice
,,_ nue B, near torture! Gave internal and
: elves,who walked and talked Gillen.
Bishop W. L. Lockett external relief!11 metlcallypnvedIngredients
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with God and wh. left U
including Tritlyte, re- us
:,; : the Union Aaron ,Jackson Mrs. Evelyn Bol- liege vain,itching tnsttntlyl Reduce their Gtd-ruided wisdom .te*
; sociation and V swelling. Pram healing.T u sit, emable PATRONIZE
l us, even as we frantically
den and. the Freeman Sisters. walk In c.mf.rtl only stainless
of
Y ganizations pile remedy.: Stainless Paz. Supleserefntment -' rua these days, to gala FLORIDA STABADVERTISERS
1 .' ; The Rev. S. All ? ends and members of: at druggists. His love and U it live rifkt1etutly J
.fr you choke, cough, fight for I 7Y.1.wa+k ., Garr lAhra,.,...., 'u. '
I breath, gasp wheeze lose sleep of the the organization: has, been invited. ot+aIs..e s a sryywt.n.a happily.. | .
f! because of bronchial asthma, no will be guest .. -
matter what have be-'
t you tried casion. 1 ,
Sore GET EFFECTIVE FASTBELIEF : .
I. OR YOUR MONEY I An
.BACK with ,NEW amazing tended to th
ally tested wonderful .clln1C-1 attend. The
tablets (follow the label is the
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DAY, ONLY $1 at your drugist. .Hackley,


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t I t;, '. State. Approves Junior College For Pin ell as *; t....



J,.J -. -pascir -I STRAND SUNDAY medical students under the state ( .
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years or $4,000 for students en- -JP:


.i' JKCOLLEGE BEAUTICIANS Vk Lf4 ,Y WIN DENTISTRY tering FAMUAN school this fall INTERNSTALLAHASSEEWilliam ry ; a

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fl. OPENS JULY 15 wf SCHOLARSHIPSThe Morris ....
ST. PETERSBURG Pinel- ; yo 4 +d m a 1952 honor graduateof
las County School Board an- Florida A M
I 'I and Universitywho "He who carries a tale
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nounced plans to open a junior TALLAHAsSEE-Mae Martin names of nine students graduated from Meharry makes a monkey of himself
college for Negroes tied, In with well-known beauty consultant and v who win receive state dental Medical College with the MJ>. degree ;
the public school system. The hair stylist of New York win con- scholarships.and the schools which in June of this year, beganhis fJ
t t I school will use ,the faculties of duct a special Seminar for Beau- have accepted them for entry in year of internship at St. PATRONIZE I
:' 'J. qibbs High School Classes will ticians at Florida A and M Uni- the fall term were announced Margaret Hospital in Hammond,
be held in the afternoon and at versity on July 15 and continue Wednesday; by Frank T. Scott, lad. on July 1. FLORIDA STAR
,night. John W. Rembert prin- through July 27. New hair treatments chairman ofthe scholarship committee ADVERTISERSSTRAND :YAoae
:; *'dpal of Gibbs High, School has spedar-courses in hair of the State Board of

I :been"approved as president of thecollege. cutting and styling are to be Dental Examiners' .
A tentative budget of offered in the two-week beauty Among the group are two Negroes SUN-sAT. JULY 14-10

$68,265 has been approved for thee of cosmetics and hair productsare Robert Banger Hayling. A tin ef :lie Pvpti Cap to
'flrst year of operation. planning special displays. Miss Tallahassee and Harold Thomas RANDOLPH SCOTT'S BEST. skew aatstaadiXLf youc
"SHOOT OUT AT MEDICINE BEND"
", American, .
who
Y,_ An Initial enrollment of about Martin. will produce a fashion and Wilson, of .pen.sacola-eharry Plus MGM Thriller "HOT SUMMER NIGHT country and our make v
I .. 100 students is expected whenclasses hair style show showing workof Medical College also Lester a fetter>>Iu.In which community te flu.
: start in September. The ,the students enrolled in her Charles Young Tallahassee. ROOSEVELT- SKYVIEW-
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., school will draw upon students classes during the final week of Schcool of Dentistry, Howard -
Two lat Runs! SUN. TUES., JULY 14-16 & '
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:- In Pinellas County, Tampa, Bra- summer schooL Newest and, roughest,Randolph University.The SUN., & ION, JULY 14-15 VICTOR MATURE * *
\' denton, Sarasota and other nearby Miss .Martin has been on thestaff Scott western of them all! That whites name! are: Richard "BLACK wm "SAFARI" 1.
i {, "" .areas. of the Rose Meta House of what they say about Warner Kinkley Ames, Daytona Beach- -Plus- "DUEL ON !MISSISSIPPI" :
-F. 'r The State Board of Education Beauty for the past 11 years Bros. "SHOOT OUT AT MEDI school of, dentistry, Medical College "BUSTER EEATON STORY"
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approved where she has worked as efficiency CIlBEND, showing at the Virginia; Jay WED. TIIURS, JULY 17-18
;',:college and the appointment of expert hair colorist man-I Strand Sunday through Saturday Brenner, Coral Gables-school of -TUES.-THURS.- -JULY- -16-18- "TEEN AGE CRIME WAVE"

Rembert as president. ager and hah, stylist. Famous as July 14-20. Co-feature is "HOT dentistry. University of Maryland; CAGNEY "WHITE HEAT" "TARGET ZERO"

.' ,.% On the college level courses will a hair cutting artist as well as SUMMER,NIGHT," a real thriller Robert Hardin Carter, Tampa; -Plus- - -
I be offered which will lead to a I designer of new: hair styles, Miss brand new from 3IGM. Peter Brownlee Mills, Miami, and "THEY DIED WITH FRL SAT., JULY 19-20
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degree for those who plan to Martin was featured at the In- William Howard Filler, Miami- THEIR BOOTS ON" "SHOWDOWN AT ABILENE"Plus
school of dentistry, Emory Uni- - -
matriculate in other institutions. ternational Hair Show at the Association for several years. Re- -
FRL SAT., JULY 19-20 ,
I For individuals who are not .desirous Hotel Statler both in 1956 and cently Miss Martin acted as one versity and Bennie Thompkins, "VIRGINIA CITY" "DEVIL GODDESS"
of college credit terminal 1957. She. has been director of of the first five Negro demonstrators Daytona Beach-school of den- and"TIGER -Also-
vocational courses And adult edu- Education Clinics for the New for the Clairol Hair Colorists istry, Tufts University. SHARK" SERIAL & CARTOONSELLOUT WILLIE A. PERRY iC
cation courses will be offered. York ,State Beauty Consultants 'and Brock Hair Conditioner. ; Scholarships granted dental and I New Stanton High iC
i Pepsi-Cola Dealers and

: Pepsi-Cola are proud to Bottling pay tribute Co. f 7

F ., 4:: *' REPEAT, OF A to 11 Willie A-2 class A. Perry,. an ,of honor the ::3-

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fl Putnam County ;S n(' M5 4 I II PLANS WOMEN'S DAY MT. CARMEL BAPTIST PLANS

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608 Madison Street 'P alatlra. Florida the Midway Tabernacle Baptist,
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'.' Phone East 53625 4 has announced that the AnnualWomen's

: ..'. F w.a. : Day celebration will be On July 14 at 3 p.m. the Mt. Carmel Baptist Church will bathe
a n T- held Sunday, July 28.' setting for an' Afternoon of Music wtih Melvin Grace "The
Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Mercer wereTield Wednesdayat .. .
Deacon serving as Master of Ceremonies.
the Calvary Baptist Church with. the Pastor, Rev. L. D. Green Mrs. Caroline Rawls was elected ,
.....oUIclating"r r chairman and given the' responsibility I Participating on the program

.>,:)-The Eulogy was delivered byRev. of steering the Women of will be Mrs. Louellen Price, Mrs. TO ADDRESS

..C..,R. Townsel, former,pastorof pI' ,.' the Church to success. Ellen Tisdale, St. Johns Choir 3, I
P-T.A. CONFERENCE
.the Mt Zion 1st Baptist Church. Gainesville News -Ladies working with Mrs Pawls First Baptsit Choir 3, Antioch

Mrs Mercer died last Friday, are: Mrs. Jane Boyd Mrs. Oretha Choirs 2 and 3, Macedonia Choir "I

-H July 5, after a very lengthy'' ill- Floyd, Mrs. WOhehninla Arthur, 3, Sweetfield Choir 3, St. Thomas I
",. cess. Interment was made 'in St. REV., R., J. -GAINOUSTO Mrs. Minnie Boston, Mrs. Alice Choirs 2 and 3, Abysssinla Choir i

; :Joseph Cemetery by :p. W"'Lawv -' CONDUCT MEET Phillips, Mrs. Mildred Dallas, Mrs. 4, Zion Hope Choir 4, Tabernacle cM

'son'and Son' Morticians. .. Geneva Anderson, Mrs. Iona Mur- Choir: 2, Little Rock Choir 2 and

riell and Mrs. Odell VandyRes. Quintet, Mt. Ararat Chairs and
GAINESVILLE Rev. R. J, .
,j 'Mrs. OUIe Howard Is in Tallahassee Gainous, Pastor of Shady ,Grove y43 Regular Sunday services will Gospel Chorus The Singing
f a$ begin> with the Sunday School at Angels, Heavenly Echoes, The
Beauticians' officers .
attending the Primitive Baptist Churclv; .tP4'
10 with Miss Vivian 'Hunt Singing Wonders and Little Rock
Clinic. ,at Fla. A & M University.: ( and members will worship July a.m. Male
and Female
in Mrs. Choruses.
14 at Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Superintendent charge.

Church the :Rev. 'H. Kinsey, Pastor Jane Boyd will review the lesson.
The friends of Mrs. Alma
many will at
A.- He will be accompanied by jLr Morning worship begin
Brown will be glad to know that <4. 11:30 am. The pastor will speak ,to.overcome a handicap?
choir
his ushers.
and
she is convalescing after being from the subject "A Better World A. VA makes the determination. -
very ill for the past week. On July .21, Choirs o1L.Parade For The Future Generation." The Where the need for special
will be held at St Paul CME
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restorative
of Mrs. Alice will training exists, 'VA
Church, the Rev, C. W. Washington Phillips provide
will
Clyde Gray of Washington D.C. Junior Choir under the directionthe prescribe a suitable course,
the
pastor. During program tailored to the individual.Q. I
was called to Palatka ,Sunday on seven choirs from throughout the music. ,
account of the deatH of his aunt, city will participate.The Devotional services for the evening Is it possible to take Korean.GI
Mrs. Carrie Mercer. He was ac will be led training while on active duty
Rev. J. T. Towers, chiefevangelist n_ __mm_ ,..,__.__,_.. _n __......_.._..Vh'V worship by Peter with the ,armed forces? I meet all
companied by two cousins, Mrs.Ruth' of the city will speakat Anderson and John MurielL!
SKI CLUB Members from the Junior Division ,of the ,New the eligibility .requirements.
Pierre of Philadelphia and the ,Shady' Grove Primitive "Walking With Jesus" will be Superintendent Arthur G. Dazler
Alphonso Dudley of Washington, Baptist Church on July. 16 at Berlin Ski Club are pictured following, exhibition. during the the subject of the evening mes- A. You may not take training I

D.C. 7:30 pjn.CHURCH. Third Annual .Boat Races on July 4. They are: Arnlta Johnson, 'I sage by the, pastor. under the Korean GI Bill while on Mr. Arthur G. Dozier, Superin-

Cassandra Oterstreet, Linda Overstreet, Angline Overstreet, Per active duty, even though you do tendent of the Florida Industrial
Sharon Jenkins, Beverly Dorsey, Cynthia Lang,Audra Seabrooks, meet
Rev. Norman Townsel of Ohio I OF GOD I be completed by that time? eligibility requirements.. The School for boys at Marianna,
Julius Christopher, Gary Christopher, Bobby Christopher, Willie law prohibits it.
will be'the guest speaker at the A. You must do more than apply I Florida, will address the. Second
YOUTH PROGRAM Blonnt, James Joyner and Albert 'Brooks.
Calvary Baptist Church; corner for your GI loan by the Annual State-Wide P-T.A.Leader-

10th*and Madison St&, Palatka, January 31, 1965, deadline. Under (Veterans living in Florida who ship Conference at BethuneCookman 1

Sunday morning at 11 dclock..All A Youth Program will be sponsored *- THE: VETERANS present law, the loan actually wish further Information about College on Friday, July 12,

members of the.church are urged at the Church of God in woes ,CORNERHere must have been made before that their various benefits should writeor at 10:00 OM. in Moore Gym-

to be present, friends are always Christ by Evangelist R. L. Lam- date, with only the VA. guarantyto visit the VA office at 317 nasium. ,

welcome. bert on July .13 at 8 pjn. Ap- PROGRAM SCHEDULE b'o accomplished.Q. Main Street, Jacksonville

pearing will be the Southern Six, are authoritative answers Under the War Orphans
the Waye Trio and others.. ElderA. MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE from the Veterans Administrationto
Passenger Involved
Education who makes cars were
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Mrs. W1lma Porter of N.Y.C., COO6:02: Sip On program
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I Moore Beats Deadline; Signs To Fight Anthony "In Sept. Ia



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ALTHEA MAY But .YCu' would have to match

ULTIMATUM ISSUED TO MOORE GET PRO BID .- ure.her: with An a ideal player opponent of equal it stat-we


I could get her would be little Mo

ON SIGNING FOR TITLE BOUTNEW Tennis promoter Jack Kramer Connolly."

said that he would like to add '
Miss is former
z ;. Connolly ,a
Althea Gibson and Maureen Connolly -
Wimbledon champion and has won
YORK Lightweight champion Archie Moore, who had-been to his pro tennis troupe.
I all of the women's titles.
given up to last Tuesday July.9, to sign up or vacate the title, came Kramer stated that for a longtime major

around and signed on the dotted line to fight Tony Anthony.'The he has needed a ladles attraction Miss Gibson, who is to get a

match will be a 15-roxmder billed for September 11 at Gilmore Field I' on his show which Includes ticker tape reception on her re-

in Los; Angeles. r most of the worlds top turn to Now York for her Wim

The extension of time given i male stars. He added, 'There'sa
bledon victory, is believed In-
by Helfand was granted to givea .C I lot of interest in Althea right

little time to complete negotiations .BREWER SIGNED fir, i now, Pm sure she'd. be a good terested in a pro tennis contractif

for the fight between*Moore 4 h k G. h.. draw. a proper offer comes along.

and Tony Anthony to be held In :
BY PITTSBURGHPITTSBURGH
Los. Angeles."I .

received a call from Los -

Angeles from Ernie Braca, Anthony's I Chet Brewer JOHNNY SHAW

manager, and Jules Covey, ;.'. ,
one of the most popular playersto I
r representing Singer Frank Sina
ever;, perform in the Negro 4Vii AND"Jumpin'
tra, that they were working on a
leagues has been signed as a a
contract and expected to make a : ,
socut by the Pittsburgh Piratesof <
deal" said Helfand.
the National: League.

"Since they said they were work- Brewer for many years was 'a With Johnny"COMING

ing in good faith on the. fight," star pitcher and manager for such

; added Helfand .T said I would
," teams as the Kansas City Monarchs -
expect 'a call from them at 9 amt Kansas Royals and others, YOUR WAY

their time and noon in New York #
rates high among major league The Third Annual Southeastern Championship Boat Races were held at Christopher's Pier,
.
with the ward" that the fight had. owners as one of the best known New Berlin, Thursday, July 4, with ,many out-of-town participants competing for the valuable 9:00 10:00 A. M.3:006OOP.M. .
.
been closed. .
and most able players to fill the trophies that were awarded Many trophies were awarded in, the various events. Left to rightIn f;

1 told -them if it had not I important position as scout for a the picture are: Edward Holt, Commodore-New Berlin Outboard Motor Club, 'Inc.; BerthelSimpktns ': :

would go ahead and vacate the major league team. (Orlando), third place winner .in free-for-all; Edward Durham, winner Class A; R. J. -

t title. As president of the World The 48-year-old pitching great Nelson, runner-up,. Class A; Leon Nelson, runner-up;'Class C; Israel Starling, winner, Class C; J. D.

Boxing Committee, I told themI has played 'a major role In the Brooks, .Field Representative Schaefer Brewing Company. In the foreground is Hal Pomety, winner

did/not Intend to consult my development of many of the players in the free-for-all. I ,

colleagues further on the action now performing In organized Monday Thru SaturdayOYER

:" baseball.. Such stars: as theCardi-

Helfand said that all of the nals Tom Alston who played for ADULTS RECEIVECERTIFICATES .

principals were present at the him at Portersville and Connie SPORTING I OP

negotiations, including Moore and Johnson of the Baltimore? Orioles .

his manager, Charley Johnston. who played for him at Panama.As -

p "Actually, Archie got two "staysof 'a' Pittsburgh scout, Brewer's By C. PARIIAM JOHNSON

execution." territory will cover the Southern WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S \

He was supposed to have had California area.SATCHEL American Red Cross swimming \\'JIE.'lIlOGAN (Kid) BASSEYwon .
kee Braves served notice long
his title taken from him automatically certificates were issued last Sun- the featherweight title from
before the underwaythat
7. Helfand said day to twenty-five members of Cerf Hamia of'Algeria, he be- season got
on July ,ONLY ALL NEGRO "
PAIGE he was going to be a home
that since the 7th was a Sunday, the private adult classes given at came the fire Nigerian ever to
From all evi-
threat in 1957.
run
he would Moore another SAVES MARLINS the Jefferson Street swimmingpool. .hold a world title. Bassey went
grant into dence he must have felt it in his PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
the fight the underdog, but

day.Tony Anthony is the No. 1 COLUMBUS, Ohio Satchel It brought to a close the first !the little five-foot-three started to bones lived up because to early he season has certainly predic- 1361 OK EVERY RADIO DIAL"When
throwing lefts and rights so fast
three weeks session for adults. A
Paige of the Miami Marlins
challenger en the list for a shot per- tions. He is pounding the ball
at the light heavyweight title. formed one of the greatest relief total of fifty persons were regis Hamla could not solve the rapid left, right and center.DARTMOUTH .

Moore has given Anthony the pitching jobs. last, week that has ,I tered in the class.' way with which be was being hit. ... .
New classes are now being con- COACH EDDIE HURT of Mor- UNIVERSITY .
dodge from the time Tony won ever been done in the Interna-
State has been elected to the started its football series with
ducted at the each Tues- gan
pool
from Chuck Speiser up to now. tional League and it will go down ,
National Association of Intercollegiate Yale in 1884, but could never beat

He has already been suspendedby in history as one of the best ever day, Thursday and Friday night
,from 9:30 to 10:30 Athletics' Hall of Fame. I. them until 1935. From 1884 until .
: pjn. Sunday .
*
the NBA because of his failure performed. 15 ...; .. Mr
,' Paige, whose is from 5:30 to 6:30: p.m. Twenty-nine years of ,his thirty- 1935 Yale was invincible to the -
to a big
sign for a fight with Tony age ques- .. .
teams from Dartmouth.SATCHEL i
big
three years'as .a coach has been
Receiving, American Red Cross
Anthony, tion, struck out six Columbus :
Jets and gave up"only two hits in certificates were: Mrs. L. Ma- spent at Morgan State College. PAIGE, the old fire .'

4 1/' innings. Paige went in the zeke,. Mrs. LInconyer Ward, Mrs: Hurt coached footbrJl teams that horse of the Miami Marlins has

sixth with the bases loaded and T. H. Brooks, Mrs.'Juanita Gibbs, have won 13 CIAA. championshipsand one ambition these days and thatis

ALTHEA GIBSON struck out the first man to face Mrs. Pearlie Scarbough Mrs. tied for one, and his track to pitch for the International \k
'I and field'starS have won nationaland All-Stars "Se.
the
him. and retired the side with Ralph Mitchell Mrs. Anice Williams League against ,<:
the bases loaded. -Mrs.- Ida Cooper Mrs. .Gloria -: international fame. He was Brooklyn Dodgers Aug. 19 at '

GIVEN TROPHYBY H. Johnson Mrs. Doris Wise, e1ected'to the Hall of Fame by Montreal. Last year when the .5;
In the sixth serveda
I inning Paige
Mrs. Linda Mitchell, Miss Joanne the Helms Foundation.FRANKIE AllStars played Milwaukee .
400-feet triple'into center field ,
Bunnell, S. J. Muldrew, Jimmy FRISH, the "Old Braves old Satchel was over
to lead off for the Jets, but the oi
THE QUEEN grand old man of baseball struck Walker, Ernest Wilson H. O. Fordham Flash" and former leader looked. Many: sports scribes are ",1 : >

out the next two, batters and, Kelly, Jimmy Burris, Bobby Hall, of the St. Louis Cardinals'and hoping he will get his chance ,' ';,.."

caused the third man to hit an; Herman Griffin, Percy' Parsons one, of the.greatest infielders of this time.LAMAR. .' :'"

I Eugene Hunter,. Jonah Beaman, baseball and Jimmy Dykes, who LUNDY, the great
WIMBLEDON EngianAlthea easy roller to retire the sIde' and ;' -
,
James E. Thompson Joe Hoppins, played some great;: baseball under football star of Perdue University ,
the "
Gibson, the girl from Harlem, the Marlins went on to win 4-3.
and Mrs. Fay Helms.' the famed Connie Mack of the and one of last year's captains of
graduate of Florida A & M Uni- Another victory for old Leroy.
New persons to register are: old Philadelphia Athletics agree I the Perdue team has been chosenone

versity, the former teacher at Mrs. Juanita Harper, Mrs. Juliette that Willie Mays is the greatest: of the stars to play againstthe

Lincoln University and the winner Clark, Mrs. James Rawls Mrs. player of the present generationand Champion New York Giantsat

of the Wimbledon Women's WEAK HITTING Alvenla RIley, Miss Emma Smith, perhaps of all-time. They rate Soldier Field, Chicago, Aug. 9. w

Singles Tennis Championship was BENCHES CAMPYST. Miss Joyce Golson Miss'Harriette him above Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, :MEL DILLARD, the hard plung-

presented the net crown with Galson, Miss Evelyn Palmer, Miss Bob Jfeusel and even the great ing fullback of the Perdue University .
smiles by England's Queen Eliza- Palmer Mrs. Thelma Jack- "Yankee Clipper" Joe' :
LOUIS Gladys DiMaggio. team has been chosen to
beth. -Roy Campanella,
son and Mrs. Sadie 'Braxton. CARL "BoBo" OLSON former
,
lead the team for the 1957-58
Miss Gibson is the first Negroto the I r on-man' catcher of the
i benchedIn middleweight champion who lost season to make it the second -w
win the Brooklyn Dodgers was
coveted trophy. SfcrLquis'during a recent series, WHITFIELD PLANS to Sugar Ray Robinson four times, straight year a Negro has been
Queen Elizabeth, a horse 'racing started on his long trail back recently -I elected captain of the Perdue
and it understood
that
was it was TO VISIT 'LIBERIA '
rather than a tennis fan, went to by pounding out a 10- team. .
,
because, of weak hitting
Wimbledon for the first time in round decision oVer Joey Martm /
CHARLEY NEAL,. the converted -
her life to see the match. The The benching of Roy gave Rose- MONROVIA, Liberia Mal former light. heavyweight .
shortstop of the Brooklyn
queen presented the trophy, a bore, the young catcher who was Whitfield one of the all-time champion. -:,'
Dodgers is doing a great job in
,large golden plate to Miss Gibson recalled from Montreal an opportunity greats in track competition will DAME RUMOR has it that ., .
his new position. Manager Walter ::
and shook hands with ''the champion to go behind the plate to visit Liberia in September on a"goodwill" "Showman" Bill Veeck is headed '
Alston of the Dodgers said: "NealIs -
needed'
give Campy a long rest.
; and the defeated Darlene mission which marks back to the Cleveland Indians,

Hard. Alston said It would also give the third time he has served as and there is a possibility of replacing not just a fillIn.Ve've had :. :,,, .
him set for in .
shortstop long-
"
him added left handed
an hitter '
In the presence of 17,000 spectators a "goodwill ambassador." Hank Greenberg as general '
planning because we' knew :
range
Althea received the trophy against the sharp breaking stuff Whitfield will be the guest of manager. of the Indians. All t\t.\
Reese couldn't go forever? Before ;
of Sad'Sam Jones, the tan Cardi- :
with the dignity of a champion the National Sports and Athletic of it is rumor, but keep an'eye .
going to shortstop, Neal has ;
nal
who -
pitcher pitched a no-
as,she fought hard to keep back Commission of Liberia, spendingten on rumor. ". played second and third bases. .. "t-
hitter when he served them
up days giving athletic demonstrations THE CINCINNATI FANS helda .
the..tears.
for Cubs. His hitting is also improving.
the Chicago
and running track clin- Frank Robinson 'night recentlyand

.;......- Campy has been benched only ics. He will then travel to Sierra the sensational,outfielder of GERMIANAI BALLAR, the'
a few times for weak during Frenchman will meet middleweight .. o.'
hitting Leone
ioo on a similar mission. the Redlegs responded gracefullywith
%,
During 1956, there were .
;: traffic fatalities his entire major league career Because of his track talent and five hits. He was showered contender Rory Calhoun of WhitePlaln.s. cultivating
more highway N.Y. in the War Memorial a prizeMartini. :
He has not been the same with many gift&TIlE ,
than in too. previous year.Watch accomplishments .
Auditorium 19, .
July according
i however since he suffered a hand CLEVELAND INDIANS "

injury.and' two operations for the capable of attending to the duties could certainly use.the bat of Big mote Norm Rothschild. The fightan \ ,... ,
Injury. that has been announcement made by Pro-
assigned to"him. Luke Easternow. Indians are
I will take in N.Y.
place Syracuse,
taking a nose dive toward the

This Clown. cellar and Big Luke Is climbing Calhoun fought a 10roun4.dra Win with Gordon'du !-
with Giambra June 27.
RITZ THEATRE toward the top In batting in the Joey .'
"' one fin with superb
1 1t International League. At presentthe WHEN THE CHICAGO BEAKS ,

16-26-84 big first baseman of 'the Buffalo meet the Pittsburgh Steelers In liqueur qualityl! AGordon's ,

"*' 391-55-742 s Bison has hit 22 home runs, Jacksonville in August, football .
'
Martini
i a batting 8MP wen over the fans will get an opportunity gives

->& 6 .300 mark and Jjlgh among the see some former Fla;: A & M you eo ranch more ttBfjr

2 RBI leaders of the league. Just Rattler in action. The most re- r .

i 4 8. recently, he became the only man cent .Rattler to enter the pro aror..BO much more

r .4 ,8. 1 1 In history to hit a ban over the ranks "GaUopin Gal G llm re. yeYlty.1D10othn.. 016tIlIID

i -. 1 Offerman .Stadium Scoreboard In EMLIN TUNNELL the New GU
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i to Cleveland team has one of the best safetymen .S

i ', 329-07-153 i THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES in pro football in Emlen S

.:: are still playing great baseball, TunneU who has just signed his -
Sometime heta 1TIJTth1&i :l llWM 01h Me
? .up
-< Sometime he's down but they have not been the same tenth, contract with the Giants.Tuanell _
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Y He works It an around ing outfielder' 'ci1te-f'ef the Hospital : the club in pass interceptions and

with a back ailment. Cle- punt returns. He Iioids three. NFL GORDONS:
FOR 1Ir uas
JULY 2a(
tEMNG'VAWFLEET4RE1ANOA: : waawyewawr mente Is said to be one of the records as a defensive, man.
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JAY JAY CINCINNATI Frank Robinson -

Have you ever been scared? the sensational young out- ROOMS FOR RENT .

,This sounds like a foolish question fielder of the Redlegs went far
but there Is sense to :ta,: zy .n- i'bn :- :
some i k
.. %,.::.{ %i''V1bri", *"'p .. $ beyond his nearest runner-up in D" <'
!t. Well we'll answer It: Heck rii rA.%,:.tJ .{ + /. {, !d.. g d'f : '{der 1 .YET.:' .tsvNrLI}',.riP'A.z r : \ vote getting for the poll in the MODERN-Furnished room for

and just a few days ago.
yes M recent All-Star
I&- game desirable couple. 1651 West 21st r
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For the first time In our lives we r. ;
:; Robinson who played a lot of ; xz
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were really shook up. r.9.Y. ..: :,. rt !Y9 g1sv0igr'd. y f! Y lz ti 7 : ;; : .t.!},,jP ':4 v baseball for the Columbia team in

On Tuesday afternoon we were Pl."-/' ,''.,q. '' 3i AY'. .. the South Atlantic League before
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rushing to a TV set to view :M '}1.A. : 'i. ,,. 4' i>> : e.S.yYyeyfy : A. going to the majors: has been a MODERN Furnished room.
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: Yk3.' b.J;: 9s9Yw : Use of kitchen. 1728 ,
the baseball game and were trying great player: from the start of Grunthal

to beat the rain also. Whenwe S: :uY'rC''...:?}:+'.Y.PR'.Yl a. his major league career. His first St. Phone EL 41493. '.

paused for a stop sign a motorist }+ $SS", 6'S' yr.rR' } 4Z r lr?Ma v.'4 4 !D year as. a major leaguer, he hit a ttl

yelled to us, "Look at that i. 7 ,.J,+ r 'Yk'4 38 home runs and was a fixturein
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thing. We took a gander towardsthe 4' 'E the outfield for the Cincinnati ...

North and saw a sight worse $r Redlegs. ,

than forty diamond back rattlers. Frank filled in at first base HELPWAMD

There In all of Its ommlnous also ,when George Crowe was out Burt Lancaster as Wyatt Eary

beauty was. the dreaded funnel of the lineup with an injury. MAID 4 days a week. Care for cleans up the Clanton-Blngo gang

o{ a tornado in the sky. Immedi- Manager Birdie Tebbetts of the
., i i. one child. Cook one meal a day. In the true story of the famous
ately thoughts of all of the recent"twisters" NXi Redlegs said in talking'about him,
6354 Pine Summit Drive. RA "Gun at OK .
ght Corral" now
and the havoc wrought b.rti that he was a master of the

flashed through my little mind.I situation anywhere he 'pl yed. His 41479. playing at the IUTZ.VT'OU .

stopped and thought for a mo- big bat has knocked in many

ment before remembering the runs in helping his team to stay

"words of Joe Louis, "you can :Y 0s near the top in one of the hottest -

run but but you can't hide." With pennant races in history in the

that in mind I proceeded to my .National League. -

destination to Join the hundreds

of others who :were Jamming the { ,{. yt' {i','.rd4C4 'v,,.''?;Y.', ''
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weather bureau's telephone lines. 5i :%

Minutes then an hour ticked by : YA. FORSALE
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and nothing happened. I 'reared .. +,' i'17S .
back and relaxed but I'll admitI ORIEN-T

wuz scared. We saw by the THEATRE SEATS FOR SALE: i "
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papers the next morning that a .., rx:K' q Y V' Strand Theatre has 400 ex-
small twister had dipped and (
cellent condition for 'church or

dodged out Main Street way but clubroom. Will be sold bargainIn can hapfun flfarlar out ;your message from the Orient
did only minor damage. I.I. by use of this pleasant littl letter pmzle. If the number of
lots of 100 or more. ContactMr. 1 letters in ;your first name Is S or less subtract from 7. If more
Jackie Robinson has passed off Ezell or Mr. Rothschild. than S letters in ;your first name, subtract from 13. Now take this
result and find your key letter In the word ORIENT at the top of
the scene but the majors are Beautiful new seats Installed in this puzzle. Then starting at the upper left corner, check each ODe
of your large key letters as It appears from left to right. Below the
still seeing, tan stars set the pace. Strand. key letters is a code mew je for you.

In the recent All-Star game both !

Mlnosa and Mays came thru and NEE Tn I 0 0 T R N EN
b m o g u g t a 0 a e r a
children of color
gave somethingto
JAX WOMAN HAS OR TN E I 0 R T N E 10V
cheer about. The latest reporton e 0 u e eo g d t u t r

the blocks Is that the Dodgersare .x',: HER DAY OF WOESA T I 0 N REO T R N E I E
about to send for Jackie and t a f r n b I e f d e. e

his "Chock-Full-of-Nuts" I TEn 0 NOR T N E 1 1'I
buy up 'y d r a 1 u e t 1 1 a a DN"
Jacksonville woman experienced 0'
contract.Don 0 E T N IOn T N I E T
the that 'troublesdon't
saying P t t C u x r e a r a a a
TredInIck of the General I ... ..
come singlehanded.When 0 R I NET R T 0 I NEE
is still settingthe
Trading Company Jessie CrosJey of 1083 e r t P n b c e n I 0 d i '

pace for bar owners 1n- the W. Duval Street came home from E n 1 N TOO R I E N T R
colored section. In addition to refurnishing n a a ad. r a g e d .
vJS ";'y\ wyyr+}; +' of Yy work Monday, July 8, she discovered -
the Enquire, the entire
her Philco 21" ConsoleTV
Interior is being repainted. The
set missing, she reported it.
Golfair Drive-In is having a win- 'A'1AQhfi:b,::''':
'> r. x to the landlord who told her that
dow installed so that you may
her "boy friend" had been up
be served without having to get
to her room. WANTED: 3 SALESLADIES
out of your car. We also hear
She ,called police to the scene
plans are afoot for improve- .asir'slr'w'.:.. : .... ... ,... To Sell Appliances
i.thatl.
and on their arrival the landlord
.to the Kings Road spot. ,
"De" are saying that a prominent VISIT THE ULTRA MODERN TROPICANA:: LOUNGE denied telling her anything abouta
visit from her "boy friend" and Sales Experience High School Education
sportsman and businessmanIs
about to enter a suit againstthe Myrtle Ave. at 21st Street gave her orders to move by the I Salary Unlimited -
following Monday.
'City of Jacksonville. One of
the Negro cops is Involved. Seemsas ,.,Delightful Atmosphere For People With Exquisite Tastes Miss Crosley went out for a Apply In Person
few minutes and on her return ,
tho its something about an ARLINGTON. RADIO AND T.V. SERVICE
arrest fend intimidation. Time .- .. Package Liquors & Cocktails Served she smelled smoke. When she

will bring it out in the wash. :, opened her door she found her 1133 Arlington Road Ask For Mr. Nash
Air Conditioned For Your Comfort clothes on fire in the closet. She :-
In the cool of the night it became put the fire out herself. I

sort of warm at the Club -

Monterey. One lass decided to there to see everything. "Open selling iceboxes to.Eskimos.

blow her top slightly and turn on up" In this town only means to do Elcee Lucas has just returned

the heat. Those for whom her ire what they are doing now in the I from a trip to Miami which com- Sixteenth and Myrtle ServieeCenter Inc.

was aimed at received the full open instead of in the dark. It bined business 'and pleasure. Ac- ...... ,

blast and wilted. The play boys will also mark the end of various cording to reports, two of the 2514 Myrtle Avenue Phone EL 6-5425 '

should remember that hell hath and sundry "hustles' by some individuals city's colored print shops plan

no fury like a woman scorned. who take advantage of improvements.Boys .

Regulars at the Club will attestto Measure seeking boys and girls. in the "woods' are won-

the fact that last Saturdaywas Congrats to our old high school dering why it is that..the state

a warm night. class mate and chum of boy scout beverage 'department men haveso

The Duval County Salesmenand days, Archie T. FrazIer. Archie much time to_spend harrassingthem

Merchants Association win wasn't content with finishing and all of the Joints in town

hold their annual outing at pharmacy but returned to school are doing wide open business. The

American Beach this week-end. and acquired his MJX He has newest gimmick is not to raid a

The affair is invitational and af- Just opened up a modern suit of place but just park In front of it.

fords the members of the club offices in the Kings Road Shopping The sight of four or six: white

and their guests; a chance to get Center.We can really vouch men who are obviously officersin
away fro robustness. for the.class prophecy when they a car in front of your favorite < Q N '446 Y

all picked Archie Theoplis FrazIer suburban bar is enough to drive
On last weekend J. D. Brocks
as "one.most. likely to succeed." away an the customers. Don't
entertained a of teen-agers
group
Of course the same year book know why but the "woods" are
It American Beach. Regardless of
said that your truly would be hot.,
the age group, Mr. Goodwill can .

entertain them aU.

Kozy Korner out 8th and Davis
Dr. A. T. Frazier
side is fast becoming a mecca 3

for music lovers. The recently installed 4 w4 4 #
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF 4t'4;
record bar is chock full -
p sit ... '?
HIS OFFICE FOR THE t
of ,"gone sounds" on the latest ;

labelsby all of the top artists.In GENERAL PRACTICE OF MEDICINE b 4 J .,
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addition the juke box has some AT1913KINGS Jr.

nice sides on It. ROAD ::1iJ'f:'

Any day now ;Jacksonville win :

have a new TV channel.Construction JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA t

on the new.station operatedby 12 TO 4 P.M. & PHONES:
the Georgia-Florida Broad-

casting Company is nearly com- 7 TO I.P.Me DAILY OFFICE EL 6-OS04

pleted. We hear that Negroes will
EXCEPT SUNDAYS RES. PO 53TTiWHY
have trouble
no appearing over

the channeL Maybe competition

will make the other two stations A

find1 the Negro market. YN / rfl'4
NOT LET YOUR BOY
HEBE AND THEBE: Mean .

Felton dropped a line from way y ,
Between 10 and 12 Years .. '.' 1nHr
%' NiAiwvmv 4e u: dMMU.I.'N
out In Canton Ohio. She Is enjoying -

her vacation. Ken EARN HIS OWN CASH r '

Knight also sends a post card
from The rotouad de- REPUTATION FOR SERVICE REGULAR PICK-UP
Cleveland. from $1.00 to $5 and ,$6 .
Jay is taking a well-earned Test INVITING SURROUNDINGS (J AND DELIVERy .

and Is seeing the Hl4west.'rA1b'hq. Fridays and Saturdays Selling :. ',.< ; ; -- -
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\ Hunter, formerly of .F _' '_., IE ; ... > : :' ,
the Two Spot is now associated THE FLORIDA STAB : a, NICE CLEAN REST ROOMS ,: bd. '-' C :""--
at Our Savoy. Tally and Curtis .
Taylor are the town's ideal boats S APPLY : <'. i (
Employees .. .' :" .; *cs "
and talk with both Eager to Serve :
so drop by : 2323 Moncrief at 13th Street ,. 4 ." ,
of the boys. We understand thai 1 j f ; .-
has taken off HENRY,-A.'JASMIN ELIZABETH: JOKES WT n '8iirrIir 0. JASMIN,, ::.. .Knt
Clarence Singleton
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for the West Coast. toys Wofri 'layslei Pre&rHanager Vice President Secrotar7". : ..'MABYTreasurer. "t

Rumors- atm persist that the ATTENDANTS ;' ,* >
Cfcwcfc Ir '
iron Street _
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new .
town is about to open up. If and CLARBNCB SCOTT, JR.; GADSON BURGESS JOSEPH ... ... '
.__'. A.. ._, .. -. ---- L. JOHNSON r : ROBERT fiTMB, -JR.ii .' -_ ;., ...,
when it does we will be right

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