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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 20, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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- .
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
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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: Cut Burned kCiOthi t r '' tk n't tyj, of WASHINGTON a Southern filibuster' the to threat kfll''

the civil rights bin faded and ,the

pressure to push It through the

Senate, without any change.
,awn y Li'r eased, Negro leaders are wonder-
s big whether a 'deal between the
"DOCTQR" WHO GAVE !Ilmw4NE two factions will result In a

POSTAL WORKER CUTS BURNS worthless piece of legislation.

Administration proposals to .
IN SODA POP BOTTLES soften the measure were- responsible -
MOTHER-IN-LAW'S 3 decreased
WIFE'S AND for the tension.
By EBIO O. SBfPSOtfjf. Republican leaders predicted "off

r r.fac3 ; I the record" that some kind'ofa
CLOTHING VALUEDt201.78. Jacksonville city. police!! working in cooperation with: the'::.State i civil rights bill would, be ap: ;
Boraytf of Narcotics last Wednesday: moved In
: Health Department x.y proved within, two weekswithouta -
on the "healing temple' of ,a Georgia "healer" ,aiid5bbed_ ,"Dr/ I filibuster.I .
Oscar.F.. Howard. on,charges' of practicing medicine witltallcnsa__ I ...._ .."' .'r'V.."" ...... ,._. wr?,.-'_.'....."""'"' .1I.'f"-.nr'-l-'+ .,.,,,. '______'_>___nn ..
By Staff Cornspursdet, .. __" Of" -- __" ;" Sen.Knowland Calif) Republican -
i The wife of a popular young,postal empisyee.' reported. topoIiceweek Inspector; :E. 1.. Coalson" '_ of ine .Citines rtad '' lrdahtt I ABBEB' Oscar .F. Howard, eenterr .whose business I floor leader; who early..1 st.-
; tha Ai9otrb"Tao... .: hub ***.StateuJ.Pip. : Bureaur : '. card:t a N .4 lJl p. F. Howard and Sons, "spiritualistof week indicated .he> might. hgld '
,se V .,l fi>1ac M t : : 33 arou' 1'- ,
n .g ,-- r '1 \.TL-r j jrfcjfrU***. '1"n ,. : the Senate : '".A ;.
clothing belonging to her and her mother.,*' said'oward had beenmder back with'lt'nthning: 'and" ;,'-ajter-; ;; practicing medicine without a',license., JAr-tlgbt':are grto'of 1i1j : sessions ..to force act ion/. announced -
In relating the incident to police surveillance for several weeksv ., aides who were not arrested while at extreme:right Is city. :policeman Thursday' there'would be-

Mrs. Mozella Brayboy, 26, of DIES A carefully laid trap, .in c whicha noon.On ,July 13 p the undercover Sidney GaInes, who under the direction, of inspector .E. L. Ooalson no Saturda'session.. His opposite
MAN 60 local Negro: policeman Patrol- of the State Health Department Bureau 01'NarcoticS posed as an
1309 Rushing Street, said her husband "patient" wadyhia', first Visit to- number, Majority Leader Johnson
man Sidney Gaines posed as an afflicted patient and after being given a ,bottle of turpentine and
Freddie Brayboy, 30, packedhis the "healer" ",who told him the (D-Tex), left to spend the rest
clothes to move around 7:30 'OF STABBING afflicted soul led to the arrestof fee would be $30. Gaines madea camphor paid the "doctor"_with marked money v' and ,affected his of the week at an undisclosed

p.m. Tuesday, July 16. He left the the healer. part payment.Last hideaway.
house and when he returned The machinery to nab Howard Wednesday afternoon Debate Thursday centered

around 9 pan. he. cut up her, FOR SLEEPING who comes from Thomasville, about 5 $.m. the Patrolman arrest.ANYBODY CAN BE SWINDLED around the controversial Section
clothes and burned some of ,them Georgia was put into motion sev- visited "Doctor" Howard for 3 of the bilL It would*empower

along with a fur coat and a dress eral weeks ago after a College another "treatment" at which The Second In A Series the attorney general to seek Injunctions -

belonging to his mother-in-law. Charlie Pullins, 1143 Lee Street Gardens: resident, Mrs. Minnie time,, he :made another 'paymentwith and other civil rights
Brayboy, a postal employee Massay began taking ".treatments" marked money. and left the violations. Under present law, he
Is accused.of having stabbed Gar- By Special Correspondent
720 from the "healer" for an
whose address is given as "sanitarium." can institute criminal proceedingsonly
of Ponte Vedra
field Dunnell 60
Court G, went to the house when ,arthritis condition from which she He returned shortly afterward Jacksonville is probably the biggest 'sucker town In the South in such cases.
Beach in the left shoulder in the
no: one was home and cut up kitchen of his home. Several wit= was suffering. :with Inspector Coalson and city for swindlers, con men, fake healers, overcharging construction Repeat of Old Statute
and\ burned holes in her clothes at the scene of the The woman had attended a revival = policeman, .R TCI Rand, an officer operators loan shark dealers, real estate schemers and a variety Knowland and Sen. Humphrey
nesses were
with a cigar or cigarette.. The meeting on the Southsideat assigned to the:Narcotics.Bureau, of other get-rich-quick artists who are mulching millions of dollars (D-Minn) introduced an amendment .
'wife told police that Brayboy, a relating their story of the which Howard appeared and who made the-arreat. yearly out of unsuspecting Negro and white citizens. which would repeal an old
popular cafe society -figure called' witnesses said Dunnell told of his healing abilities. She The, raiders found several soda Last week we told you how an innocent man who needed a reconstruction days statute per-
and said he'was 'sorry l he had cut walked stabbing Into. : the'kitchen at 1143 was invited to visit his quartersat bottles containing mixtures\ which bathroom in his home but could not meet the high monthlypayments mitting the President to use the

up his mother-in law'a clothes Lee Street,. sat in,'h:.,chair and 1424- West 27th Street where the "healer1' evidently prescribedfor for the addition was inveighled into adding a new siding l Army and Navy to enforce federal .
alongMrtth his wife's. All of the went to sleep. Pulling* called him she paid him $10 for the! .first his suffering: -patients, an onto his home so that he could get the mortgage financing he court decrees.

clothes were damaged eyond! several times 'but ', could .not treatment and was given a pop"bottle elderly assistant and, two young needed', He got bimslef into over,,$1,100' debt for something that Section 3, in effect, re-enacts
recovery.The awaken he the containing a substance male aides sporting processed could have been done for' less*than $ o9;, He'll be years paying the reconstruction statute and
him so :picked '
clothes belonging 1drs.Br sleeping man up and carried him which smelled like turpentine and hair-dos were on the premisesbut off the principal and interest while the contractor has ,collectedhis amends it by providing the additional
I boY were listed with their outside. DunneD"returned' and sat camphor.A. were, not arrested. money and riding around in his air conditioned limousine. powers for the attorney
values at 25 dresses* $t2U2; 3 in the same chair and ,went back C. Davis, the woman's son- The arrest of*.,the healer whose Don't think that only people without a high school'' education general. The Knowland-Humphrey
suits-$89; 4 coats, 3 long and 1 to sleep he was carried out the in-law became suspicious and re- calling card reads; "Dr. 'O. F. get caught in the shady deals. that are being worked'by the "suede amendment .seeks to repeal the
short--$89; $125; $125; $39;. 5 sand time and again he returned ported the matter to Health au Howard &, Sons : Spiritualist shoe boys" as the Saturday Evening Post dubbed the sharp' shooters part of the old statute which
pairs of panties-$10; 3 slips- to the kitchen to sit in : thorities. Revteor" places the..spotlight on in a recent expose. gives the President authority to
$21; 8 blouses- $27.W and 1 bed the chair to fall asleep again. It was then that Inspector the army og quacks and faith High school graduates, college folk, school teachers, nurses and 'use troops to enforce federal
mattress cut on the side $10 Pullins did not carry him out Coalson enlisted the aid of'Patrol healers who come to Florida,week any .number' of white :collar workers are being gyped In hundredsof court decrees.
for a total value, of $1,058.78. after swindle day And it is understandable The averageman
the fourth time, but ,instead he man Gaines to act as an undercover week and ms uspeet- ways every Another pending amendment by
One fur coat valued. at $100 and and and woman does not understand the intricacies of FHA
out of
got the butcher knife and stabbed .agent to secure the evidence tag sicklY'men' women Anderson (D-NM) and Alk-
1 dress valued' at $49 belongingto the man in the shoulder. Bunnen against. -the "healer."' thousands of dollars"every week. financing, mortgage transaction' construction costs or small loan en (R-VT), would eliminate all
.Mrs. Sally HilL rates. Invariable John Q. Citizen Is so anxious to get a new home, of
-suffering Section 3.
walked to the rear of 1121 Lee Posing as a man :with Howard was arrested on four
Street where he felL Police were a back. ailment_ Gaines visited counts of practising medicine or get the old one repaired; or be Is so anxious to get that new "It does not in any way eliminate -
ARGUMENT "Doctor Howard" who treated and car or that small loan that, he does not bother to read the contract the sweeping and unAmerican
15 CENTS called and DeL Sgts. J. H. Miller without a license being held -
LEADS TO STABBING and: O A, Johnson of the Homicide him and said he would rebuild in Duval County under $4,000 or check the interest charges the pencil. and paper boys grant of power to an appointed -
Division went to the scene. his nerves and stimulate his masculine bond pending a hearing before throw him.. official to govern by in-
Dunnell was sent to Duval Medi- functions. the Justice of the Peace. To. give you an example of how intelligent people get robbed junction Russell said. He called
A 15 cents debt was the.cause.of cal Center where he was listen to this story of a man in this town you and I know very it a "force bill of the rawest
an argument between Wide welL Jf would call his name you'd be surprised that a man of kind. ,.
dead'on arrivalPATROLMAN
"Slim" Harris and Aaron Bacon JAX APPLIANCE CENTER STAGES; intelligence would get caught in a, deal like the one of whichI Sen. Neuberger (D-Ore) .said

I- that ended in a stabbing scrape am about to tell you. that If the dill rights bill is
whfch Bent Bacon to Duval Medical JAMES : This man was acting in good faith. Mr. E. U bought himselfa "frittered in compromisesand
Center for treatment of stab HAS GUN i STOLEN OPEN! HOUSE WITH CRAZY PRICESThe a e of land on which he planned to put his business and weakening amendments,"

wounds. PARKED'AUTOIf dwellingn .. .He, engages a ,contractor whom we shall call :Mr. X. President EIsenhower should beheld
Police were told by Mrs. Sarah FROM. After a few days figuring and negotiating and the plans agreed responsible. The President
Jones Odum that JBaouy .Harris famed ,Jax Appliance Center at 1100 Broad'Street,. across-- ,. I upon; Mr. E. L. engaged Mr. X to carry out the construction. has said he would approve of
.' and Lonnle Bennett were. playmgpOker ever''there was a crook that from- Jai Meats .is. '(conducting i a raamoth "Open House and l ,Hold eveqthb gt'3Ir. X.demanded $1,000 before he would start "clarifying" amendments. .
or, gambling in another Patrolman*Alvln James was "Opportunity Days celebration. laying 'a stone.. Wen, that didn't seen too" able.De' 'contractor __... Negative Advantage
form., 1 the hallway upstairs at anxious to .catch it is the sneak Mr. S. (Sully) Ziff: the genial was known to a few of :Mr. E; I's friends and so far as lowland accused Neuberger of,:'
1112 Jessie Street when the argument thief who forced open his'car last manager of the establishment repossessed pieces, and show-room anybody knew 'he seemed to be, doing. business and prospering. trying, to '"get a negative political
occurred' between Bacon and Thursday night and stone his gun., who ,conceived the idea said ,the samples. You might find a living :So Mr. E. L. forks up one thousand smack roos and turns it. over advantage". and asked that :attacks -
Harris aver a 15 cents debt Aaron James'1935'Pontiac was parked celebration will be one of the room suite priced at $19.95 a to Mr. X '. on the President cease.
Bacon) allegedly...owed Harris. In'the 700 block of West Ashley most unusual events. ever.stagedIn' bedroom suite ''priced $10.oo-a What a mistake Mr..E. L. made! He waited and waited for Sen. Douglas- (D-H1) yesterday
During the lIght Bacon was Street when the theft occurred. Jacksonville.:* television set or even a refrigerator construction to begin.. This. happened, about a, year ago But. con- accused the 'President of 'Bulling'.:

stabbed in the upper chest, by The thief ap Uy..used' a key He said .anything is, liable, to priced at,$5.00. struction'-hasn't started yet You guessed it Mr.. X skipped' town. the TUg from under civil rights
Harris. After the stabbing Bacon ordld.an: .expert job'of' 'Junmy- happen during the- "madhouse"days The Open House celebration' wffl with:Fir. 'J!:. hard-earned cash. backersSea. :
.paid, the 15 cents and gave Harris Ing" t>ae' lock as ,nothing was which started Friday afternoon last, for only a;few .days Just .- Mr. X-was arrested and we understand he was jailed. So what.? Javits Ii-NY who held ., '

Duval Medical Center .by Mrs.a brokenoathe'car.When '1 at Jax Appliance Center. M'lbag: as,the items are.OIl'.1w1d.DiHingth8)musua1. He, :.is reported to.h1! out and doing business, under another name the floor 3'hours and 30. minutes,
cigarette. He was taken to Officer James ,returnedto Prices on items' 'nave. been : event gifts The moral of ,this atory is that_you, can't trusty anybody these accused :Southern opponents of

Odom where he was treated by his! car, shortly J after 1:30 a. n. slashed* ridiculously'low., .some, I will be given ,to everyone 'visiting days .Before- yon enter into any kind of ar real estate-,mortgage, the measure ,of Teflghting the
Dr. Southerland. The fight occurred he''..fooiuftbe"glove" of the;prices you'll. find on Items 'the store and cooling lemonade small loan or auto purchasing deal have tho"cbniract checked bj Cavil War" and.said the American

betweenJLO:30(): and 11 asn, .aapletely. .'..risflaefced'. ,and one. would.,Rae t thataf bocY has 'I will be served':to persons_ entering. : a..reputable.business.. .. ,.consultant "or your lawyer.. o })eCp1ewm not a stand for any
Saturday,_July 13. :' .Of... ,.... guBI.. .... m' .g'.. .'. *,- 'crazy.;Many of them are the store. I To Be. Continued *; watering down"of the bill. f "
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4 \ ,Road; : i.......e'eS ..d..EL, ..4.871e0EL; ; 4-"TiJ3Iftowatown '. ((4.r Board_ in this city has employed? a discriminatory practi'e 'aff rvrt'ij

.:Branch 014kc:8 Bread Street-Ffc6ae.ELgin 4-3773 Negro citizens in.this area by:barring them from making appli<, n

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JSII :O S1mpS D''f..: r...s .-'. .....-:':'.".........h.. .............;FA tor making application and civil service jobs.from which

i' CiJiam. Johnson.; "...r:*.....' .'-.-.'.;...,'..*..*-. ,..if...........;.,:..;ri...NesStaff. .' i to; take, they are now'barred.lu. JSggfei| .

:Lilts-,eBlchardson- ..''.*.?;.....i-.:. .'.-t'...-....'..Ckcolatlon'.Bept., t : exams for certain ..,.. a city like: Ja<$?onvilla
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21 .'.".--'f, =- SUIMF-...,.... IPI'IONIBAnI8i-- '" .! ...... ....... ....;. '._..- r OKE JHI5FREEDOBU5IHC55 HfcWfe AKtf 4 { the Secretary see no. ..reasonerhY& proportionatepercentage

I .. -: .i6.00, ; 1liYear<*: ** ..,*!'tB-oeh. >.. .Thin* -',. HeMhs..I$1.8fh'/,... .A '- f TAKING UTErULLY l 1' f' the Civil Service stipulating Negroes s are"n qt employed

'llned._ TDU,'Ar r"h The IIsAte.8tdtes.. E : Board : as water-.and: electric
; \ f% f in 'public meter readers. *| tffii
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'l i r iiL aft! : This Simpson type of #discrimination""<"white only.."is hold but are 'unjustly ,barred

H CS N a1I c. ; : t ra in from on grounds of.iace despite

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jQver a period several years we have heard, numerous q = '?u1eas th :?tigli t6f eliipioment. sof -' Te'tir .- coming he4 the)
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_am Taints #rom VMitor..s..to erican Beach }and Fernandinaia'clailhed1they i ; : t\fe them the'"op r Ne&\9'* Jacksonville' will:

acid*o their%-traffit-- lati& nMm.- .p r. from ..drunk' driving> 1:34: '.w; : F : : k644\N. for which their tax# dollars pay the out those officials who are responsible -

obstructing traffic, and we have actually seen some of the I salaries.- for maintaining, .a, discriminatory -

,shenangans t are pulled, off__ by Sheriff J. H. Youngblood's l-:As wq understand. principles ,policy pgpinst Nft-

deputies, --- "* 5"S ::ic : : democracy, .all! '_ Jtizens-are'entitled groes in city employment.We .

I f jBeHevinJ. ,* Qeriff/ycmngblood to be a jtist.'law enf arcet- i'4: to the same opportunities, therefore urge our readers

menL c>, _:, _?bQ _1sordilizes! .that,.the.tourist trade contri- :
butes greatly to"upteep.of! Nassau Count we have previously */ ***_*&sB ; 5 State 7job. ould be open? to all! BE SURE TO REGIS'iU]
/ tt his attend n-ediforiallY---tosome of the malpractices citizens, Negro or white;providing

we>rHlfV f 1uid to'bejexistingi4hi y domain!, c :#=;- ': When Willlrfeejr' 'Told, To Tako/Thi o'Law Of The Land Seriously, ftlr._Presidenn'C i they :can....meet thescholastc# courage, sincerity andjgecllcation

Because increasing complaints unwarranted' arrestson ... -. As 16ngaslyou7are not Already a health-E"?and W age requirements Kre r !i i/ that you can best serve thecause

what';l lvej Been JaUed"'trumped ipr charges and other ::f'!'" committed to any individual or There area numbePof young you ai{ pousing., ; I ..

forms \dctinuzatiqrildf to the area we find it necessary men and women* ming out of 740333932743.
: : .$ : i Your WeeklyNoroscope cause, there is no reason why you
to speak out on behalf of our people. snould:not allow an excitfng
I There seems to be Something very fishy going on in the lo "sweep you' off your 'feet arid trade schools who are qualified "57W:

iway of',an arrest?and Rowing charge set-up. A person who is jSuifle You would be assured of a richer to hold positions other thanas 0 BS\

arrested and does not ,have an occupant in the car to drive ', ...,.. existence, and enduring friendship maids, cooks and houseworker.We -

jjt/is told (o leave his car- on the roadside while Jie spends the WHICH- ARE YOUR LUCKY BAYS FOR -i ; (or .a profitable association. believe that these young.Ne- PROGRAM SCHEDULED.

r night hi j jail. When he pays his fine and is freed the next day, ', BUSINESS -LOUR TRAVEL T Joint economic.and property in- gro citizens are entitled to the MONDAY.KRIDAY SCHEDULE'.. ..

.he discovers that, his ,car has been towed away and placed on terests are bound to prosper when same job opportunities as others; &.00-,6:02 Sign on

,.a'lot of a firm that operates a wrecker and towing"service. By P #ILO, The ASTROLOGER all parties concerned pool their the "Florida Star" will therefore 6:057:00 6-02-6:05 News Heaven's A Road Weather(Deacon

; It may all be coincidental_ but we recall a year ago, how t labors and resources towards the pursue every effort to bring about 1:00- 7:03 News Grace)

55very promptly a. Negro deputy called for the wrecker service achievement of a common, goal. the unusual way because of MercurY I:tJ- 8.00 Morning A Capers Weather(Bob

to tow a car which had stalled for a few minutes dut to flooding I 'ARIES ience that, if you want to make Partnerships of all descriptionsare conjunct Uranus (15th) heed loOSOJ News Hudson A) Weather *.

) of the carburetor. It cost the driver of the car five dollars Born March 21st thru April 19th' money, you have to conform to favored. the more sober consels of those Iai39.00 Morning Capers (Bob
Expanded activity'related to the:practices and conceptions now Hudson)
:for the "push off. !
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5 10 55 12- 54 514. you have interests at heart.
":' This phoney arrest and wrecker charge victimization has residential, family'ser.ice and in vogue. You do not thereby lose The 19th emphasizes the value of 9:0310.00 Jumpln) Show (JohnnyShaw ;s

reached an alarming stage, so much so that citizens from sur- employment projects can go far the privilege of continuing to discretion in 10:00.10:03 News A Weather i
PISCES of financial
the handling
rounding areas are deathly afraid to travel the highways in in aiding you to achieve your apply stimulating procedures in Born Feb. 19th thru March t 20th matters. This would fore- 10.03-11:00 Gospel Grace)Train No.1 (Deacon '

Nassau County leading to Fernandina and American Beach. ultimate aims under the protec-' your daily routine.. 11:00-11:03 News A Weather r
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1 Saturday July 20, 1937 THE FLORIDA STAB Page Threofl'f

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T 0th1 ,axons Exchange 'Marital, Vows* Joan E. Jackson, and John H. Carlerlflll' St rk1"

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'f r .!.! 91X119gM} pk'N'iG-yi omrygra.K-rw-w, '+wHA''1 .{g6F p.. 'A "pva,6 WsPy .vlQ.S.C". 9pf a':.C:; ":nw: ,; : \ aj
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,d The many friends and honored .Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jackson pf 1451'' West 20th Stieet':has announced BORN TO MIL AM SIRS.\ ,.

guest of the Ideal Literary Social the engagement and approaching'marriage of their daughter -

Saying Club enjoyed the fifth Miss Joan Elizabeth Jackson, to P. O': John Henry :Carter, Jr., Bennie N. Walker and Emma;

-A anniversary celebration of the son otMr.' and Mrs. John Henry.Carter, Sr, of Pittsburgh Pa. .. 1452 E. 23rd St, boy, July 1. i f

i club recently.The observance was The bride-elect Is a native of Jacksonville and was a member of Curtis E. Taylor, Jr. and Annette "

s held in the First Corinth Baptist the New r. Stanton Senior High School June graduating c L ass. While 1319 W. 8th St, boy, July 1.

Church.. The Rev. Orin Donald at Stanton. Miss Jackson was a member of the Teens- organization. Carl C. Porter, 710 Clay Si.,

ii "was the principal speaker for the She is a member of the New Hope AME"'Zion Church and a loyal boy July: 5. ,', I I
leader in the Choir
end Sunday. School
i occasion. An Interesting program Department.The John H. Fountain, 1136'Lincoln
wa presented.with bridegroom-elect, a native of East Pittsburgh Pa. is a Ct boy '
some of the --L ; ; July : {
? Second
Class Petty Officer in the United States Navy. i-
most talented citizens -
: of the city I. John. W. Thom 1056 West
participating. pfi The wedding will take place Sunday, July 21 at 5 o'clock in
} of k.k }{ % Church St, girl, July 5. |
.' the home of Mrs. Alyce Conway, 1288 West 28th Street, the godmother
of the bride-elect. A follow James E. Oliver 1618 West 4th
reception will the wedding.No .
Mrs. J. Jamison, Mrs. C. Rice, '-
Mrs. Alta Washington and Mrs. invitations will be mailed for the wedding' or reception; but St* boy, July 4. i

all friends of the couple are invited. .Willie J. Bell, 3348 Japonica
Thelma Simpklns
served as 'co- :. .
hostesses for the Westside Community Ro% boy, July 4. .: -.Ii J

Club meetf g; The meet- I (I, ; Claudia Mae Jones '.ia4l, i i w..Eddie Lawrence*Sr... 1535 W.

I ing was held in the home of Mrs. Wedding' Bells l 28th St* boy, 'July'3.% |

Mamie Anderson. During v the To Be PresentedIn Walter Mayo, Jr., 1122 Durkee. --

meeting, complete plans were I P!., boy, July 2. |

T- made for the outing to Silver Gospel .Review. ,. ... I 'David Kirkland, 319 N. 1st St, ......
t Alfonzo Lewis, 1433 Franklin : >
Springs July 21. .,. s A ;3,':Sx ?S3' : M Sw Xf+v::3': .' girl 1, July 2. {
r ," '{"' .. St, 30 and M. .
:: e G! : ;;::ay! .yC:{ H + 'xx age Ruby Bradley,
t 5670 Paris Ave. 30. Miss Claudia Mae Jones will be Walter Jacobs Jr., 734 Lee St

i\ Mrs. and Mrs. Charlie Alston, w. .r. Weaver Raley, ,age 1764 Grunthal presented in a Gospel Review boy, June 5. *

:1116 West. 24ih Street are both St, age 21 and Lillian Wards, 1715 July 23 at 8:15 p. m. at Mt. Julius Bacon, '2117 York St.,

beaming with Joy. The reason f W. 9th St..age 17. Pleasant Baptist Church, South- boy, July 1. *
they amore the proud parents of a :; .5 s' II.Ei side, the Rev. C. J. Crosby is the ,
:: James H. Tillman 1526 W. 21st James L. Dues, ,938 W. Ashley
line 6-lb. 3-oz. boy, Charlie Jr.
1 St, 31 .and pastor. St 1. *
age Dorothy King, boy, July
f The first and mother
son are reported :
S Miss Jones is a. of
S rL 1526 -W. 21st St, age 29. graduate
to be doing fine. Mr. Alston .5
Hastings Vocational School
Luhdry McCoy 95 St High
May age
is market manager of LouisRirie i! 38 and Doris Berry, 95 Vi May.St., and a former student of FloridaA ATTENTION'c '
Banner Food Store, Fourth
ar. 39. : & M University. School of Nurs-
land Davis Streets. :. ..g n ing. She is member of
i Jimmie. A. Johnson, 1234 Du- a DaySpring Church ReportersClub
val St, 23 and Thelma Whit- Baptist Church and servesas
,,j i: Vacationing In the Gateway Reporters
visiting nurse for the church. .
ted, 6838 Cleveland Rd 22.
City this week. was Mrs. Ida S a Nathaniel Caine, 708 Court J, Some of the guests to appear Socialites
___ Brown of Cuero, Texas. She was are: Mrs. Bertha Kelly, the Celestial

age,19 and Enna J.Bell, 705 Court
the house guest of .her brother Tr__ J, age 16.Vincent. Spiritual Singers, Mt. ,Ararat Send or Bring Your NewsIn
/ and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.S. .
::: R. Godwin, 1072 Teller Quintet, the Johnson, Trio and T. TheFLORIDA .
f ; A. Austin 1731 Calhoun St. others. S "
: Ave., age 27 and Dolores C. Johnson : many
Mrs. Brown, a Worthy Matron; STARNot
1425 W. 9th St., age 24.
of the E stern ,Stars in her city,:
I1 Chas. R. Wright, 975"W. Ashley
extensive vacation in
plans an fir!{ Minister Wives Later ThanWEDNESDAY
St., 19 and Juanita Harris :
( Florida. She will also spend a age ,
month at the American Beach in 967 W. Ashley St,, age 14. :. NOON
( : Slates Meeting
{Fernan lna, Fla. David Cole, 630- PhelpsSt,!, ., age Note: The earlier the better.

.. 20 and Barbara J. Roberts. 715 Notices brought in Monday and

The Woman's Auxiliary to the Market ,St. age 16.-i The monthly 'meeting of the Tuesday will get better position'
Jacksonville B r a n c h, National ..SS: ; I Clarence Baker, 1679 Helena Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance and better headlines._ '

i Alliance of Postal Employees met w r.w.? St., age 26 and' Connie Oliver, will be held in the home of the ; .

last Tuesday night in the lovely ( 1861 Helena St, age' 16.' Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Barnes, -1527 !;

home of Mrs. Florence Wells. One 1 ; Sc. 4 Andrew R. Mickle, 403 W. 8th Lee Street Monday at 5 p. m. 2-OFFICES-2 '

:of the enjoyable features of the \D St, age 36 and Catherine Berry, Mrs. H. H. Robinson, presidentof -.

'meeting was the showing of the 5'p 2027 W. 12th St., age'22. the Alliance will preside over Main Office & Plant.

|movies made during a recent lawn Aaron W. Collins; 1026 West the meeting. The Sunday School ,2323 MONCRIEF RD ?

|party given by the auxiliary. Church St, age 20 and Gwendolyn lesson will be taught by Mrs. W.

,, yk.u? xY + ,,,' S ..:....)............ ....'....:S SCAS ...;ro"_Zi.....$ .. Seawright, 623 W.:State St, age C. Whitten. hostess, Mrs. Near 13th Street
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.: Tom Rhett of 1349 Franklin St. 18. Barnes will review the lesson. ,
Felton Carter who united West ,
I WED Sir. and Mrs. were In marriage at the'
;is In'Berkeley, Calit, where he is 1 Nathaniel Freeman 947 East Miss A. Jenkins will sing a solo
Friendship Baptist: Church last Sunday, are sho.m.In. the photo at top cutting their wedding Office
visiting his son and daughterinlaw cake daring the reception, which was held 'In tho home of the bride's parents, Air. and Mrs. J. IL Union St, age 21 and Beverly A. and :Mrs. W. L. Jones will give T :

: Mr. and Mrs. Tom H. Rhett. Lewis. In the bottom ,photo are members of the bridal party. Seated from left are: Mrs. Vivian Welch, 1115.Jessie St, age 16. observations., 423 Broad Street. t
+Before to the he :
_ returning city, Banks, bride's maid; Miss Wallace L. Zanders, matron of, honor; Miss Draydean. Williams, bride'sinald.
!will visit relatives and friends in
1 Standing in 'the same order are Willie Carter, best man; JE&Yvard'WjJson, anU James II'IUs, r i ik5:5
San Francisco Oakland and other -*"'i"'Y'i' '
ushers. Serving as bride consultant was Mrs. Ge orgiana. Minter.* "f ;:= "- **? : '
: cities of the West.CoastFashionelt k' _. 'f.L .

1 ; SetAFLIII1eRo alenJa/l/, CtJen Mrs. 0. Schell.... \ (IVjiss: Helep I. ri _Arline! !! | I 8 C Mt. ',-?.. .,,. <-..,-' .

Honored In kwerMiss look .
To Speak t OnWomen's : :'",U-: ." : H" J : 'V :-, ..: I
; 'ck' The Brotherhood of Sleeping i : -l: j jt.

Helen,Arline, brideelectof
Car Porters and its Ladies Auxiliary
Day >''July '20 'was complimented J' '". in !
A "Calendar Fashionetta" will will hold their annual out- :with ,'a* miscellaneous, shower tiy ,r: yourmirror !
r be presented Jul Y. 24 at 8 p. m. in ing, Tuesday, July 23, at the [ .>, ; .
? Miss-Delorn thehome
A. in '
Little Rock Baptist Church. The American Beach. All members ;. ;
'f' Mrs. Ozora W.Schell jof Mrs. Susie Jones on'Mc-, IF
win.be the .
affair will be'sponsored by' thei have been requested to make street. '- '' "" -- \
reservations for !' buses by guest speaker for the annual Wo Conihe
I i boards of the church for the seats on
: youth. Saturday, July 20, at the Brother- men's Day observance of Second Games were played throughoutthe
Baptist' Church on July 28, during evening and prizes were I
4 The ,models. will wear some of hood Headquarters, at 823 Davis today.
the 11 o'clock worship service. awarded .to' the winners. Many .
i the latest attire for morning Street, Room 4. The public has -
., Mrs. Annie L. Huff, general useful and beautiful gifts were
afternoon and evening. ,Mrs been invited to enjoy the trip. -
chairman for the observance, has presentecTto Miss Arline. during
< Gladys Daniels serve as_narrator : '
announced that a variety of talented .the 'sh wer. ; and
for the occasion; and Mrs. Washington Court No. 206 will ,
Pres -were Mrs:: Bessie Ar
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individuals will be featuredon ,
C. King will preside at.the piano observe its anniversary Sunday, i
line .mother off the honoree Mrs.Alnnle1 -1
the programs throughout,,the ;
The program 'will be directed 'by July 21, during -the 11 o'clock .
I. day. s ( Philyaw;,Mrs:Susie.Jones,
Tnelma morning service!in.the Emanuel -
Mrs. Baker.Jubilee -: see ; .
'i-. ,. I the BTU 100- ;:GeAritnc, Miss Bar- r
r : Baptist- Church, located at 2221 During hour. a ; .
Forest St The Rev. S. L. Badger voice chorus will present a mus".- 1 .J, .jtMis: Emma J.WatM.Ferrell .

S.rs .: F;,' will.*deliver(the*message. cal program. Mrs. G. C.: ::VaugW tonL.Mrs 'Lillie'' Miss f .hair. ;.T'
ShIre -R. and Miss: :your -
>> : is the director of the torus" and 'MeKnlght .

To.Ba. PresentedOnChurch I Chicken dinners-wiil be sold by :Mrs. Lillian King and Firs. RosaL. Kadette Philyaw. .lovely as fashion .

w i Program District 6 of St. Matthews BaptistChurchnthroufjh'outftoday Glass are organists.; Miss Helen Arline will! exchange
marriage:' vows with J&r. means it to bet
I & r-1 : "at' 2804 The.fon reo sm tees havebeen"fa .
t Grunthal tr a "a.. r. '.. mt \ Guy Matthews' ; at1 7
PP ny.
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The Dixie Jubilee Singers will
1 be presented in a recital Sunday ... for the observance: Finance Com- o'clock p. m.in, .the1. ...come" .of. her-.> : ; Today, gorgeous new hair .:' ,.

at 9 p. m. -following the regular The DeaconessBoard of. St mittee :Mrs: Ellen Whittle, Mrs.'Arena parents. color it fashion...and today, A'> '

!_ worship service at the Triumph Thomas Baptist Church will meet Johnson, Mrs. Carrie you can look in your mirror

Churchtof: New World, 1060 In the home of Mrs. Johnnie"Mae. Si leton; Training Union Com- Talent Program Set and see the same glowing, lustrous -
McNlght, July 28 at 4 'tn- } m; color chosen by models like
West Union 'Street Mrs. K. Heard, 'chairmazr;;
\ The group will be heard singing Swaday School Committee, :Miss In Zion Hope BaptistAn this famous beauty here! Yes,.with y ', !,
The Blossom Sewing Circle lamer:- Lliddleton Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring,
some of the latest gospel selections. Pansy ; :Mrs. Maggie -
f : Paul Fountain is manager will sponsor an outing: to Sioan,'Mrs. Annie'Brunette, Mrs. all male talent program will you can give your hair exquisite new f

other, The is Brunswick Ga. on July 25..Members Clara Hilton, :Mrs. "AcUT''Reeves, be presented by districts 12, 14 color, long-lasting, natnraMooking
group. program .
color... as 1-2-3!
; behigTsponsored by Mrs. -FannieMaelHenry. of the Circle are selling tickets I Mrs. Cynthis Henry, Mrs. ..ElizaI and 25 of Zion Hope Baptist easy

I for the outing. The buses;will I beth'Chester, Mrs..Mean Toyliver. Church ,on July 30 at.8, p. m. in Remember-Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring -

--- leave the city at 9 a. m. Contact Committee, Mrs. Lena the auditorium of the church.C. is the famous,dependable brand in the red

Parham .Johnson forceful box, known and approved for more than 50
GeorgeTMrs. ,Queen. Williams; a
Church District PtensAnnya Stewardess Board No. 2 of Cen- Decoration Committee; Mrs; Ma- leader in many' of the church years. Get it at your favorite cosmetic counter-

Muska! Tw tral CME Church will meet Sun- rion Kelly, Mrs Marie Collier; social and civic: activities of the today-and see your hair lovely as fashion '

day at 4:30 p. m. in the home pf Corsage Committee, Mrs. Rosa city will serve as master of cere- means it to be! shades

At :Mt. lion! BaptistDistrict Mrs. Maggie.Gillom, 74t E. Union Lee:Ragins,.Mrs; Mary Ann FlanderSr monies for the occasion. 18 exquisite

Street. Mrs 'Alice Anderson and The program is being sponsoredin

: Program Committee, Mrs. Albert the interest'' of the popularity
No. 2 of New Mt Olive Just -
\ Annual Men's Day will be observed J. Williams. contest between: the,leaders of the -
Baptist Church will sponsor its at St. Thomas Baptist .'The public has been extended a I districts. Leaders of the .districts. follow 1Tc>< ,
Musical Tea in" the homeof
annual Church, August 18 throughout the cordial invitation to. attend the are: Deacon Willie Mitchell, H.
Deacon and Mrs. Jerry Lang Cox and C. Crews. The contest these v -
,..., day. A program: and schedule of affair. -
; 1316 West 29th Street on Sundayat 11. .: 9U
activities will be announced at a will terminate August 3 J

4-p. m., later 'date. ; ... steps \J { ., -.,., ..
.:Mrs:Hetha Lang and Mrs. Day Spring; Rapist Church will easy _

Odessa.Wiggins will ,serve as sponsor an outing to Little Tal- BUY SELL.RENT REPAIR 1. Shampoo hair thor2.. Apply Godfrey's ,?..Afttr color hoi d.- ... .
hostess and co-hostess respectively The Senior Missionary Society bot.Island.Thursday. The bus will ow9Wr.A. *dries,'"* lari9M with handy "loped,Aanpoo hair '.iumi" j
Church will cele1n1e''its HAMWEY BROS.sEwINa'HACImt'"ES. Codtfroy Larievss. applicator Included in again and Mt h yew i
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Olftie.rS! :: rV : -jfuft?*: monthly ,meeting 23 at 8 J: -
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SOS Madison Street Palatka. Florida' BirthdayDinner '1" Primitive Baptist Church choir of ',';. ., ,

k. i ; ',. Phone East 5.3025 The Interdenominational Prayer .St. Petersburg, the Rev C. R. :',rl' : ,
c' Band of America, Ino will convene
'. Ft. Lau erdale Mrs. Rosa.. .' at'Indian Town, Aug., 1216. Robinson. pastor_ will render a ., .:t'<, ,' ..,.""
.. jf:? f 'HO3IE DEMONSTRATION OFFICERS INSTALLEDI musical at the Shady Grove Primitive ,
Burroughs, wife of the Rev. J. W. The ""delegation from Jacksonville '

I..:. The East, Palatka-Orange'; Mills Jfojne.{ .Demonstration, Club held Burroughs who is the pastor of will leave the city August Baptist: 28 Church in Gainesville
i July at 7:30
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talIation services Sunday July," 14, at Mt. Olive l&ME Church ,Greater Mt. Herman AME Church 12. Persons desiring to attend the e'ann al rally"p.m. will i t ,
tin East Palatka Florida. *. was recently honored with a surprise convention have been asked to i \

I;.Mrs. Mary T. Maxwell guestspeaker Friends were glad to ha0 Mr.J. birthday dinner. contact the National President, terminate at,Shady Grove Primitive -

[- selected the subject L. Anderson _back, .in the city The dinner:;wa sponsored by Mrs. Matti L. Bryant at Lacrdss, Baptist'Church on July 28 at
3 in.Mrs.Alice Thomas and her
{"Homemakers Need God." The this 'wefclc three members: of the church, and Mrs., M.: P. Simpkins at 1231 p.

Address,was. taken from Bibilical; ... namely Mr. and Mrs. J. R. John- West 19th :Street, or any officerof l group from Minnie Hill Baptist \ 5
J Church will
{quotations and current events l1fs.V1L\ Higgins and'!daughter son and James Moorehead, in the the Band before AuguSt' 12. !i render a. program in
behalf of the "We Do Our Part"
.Many local talents appeared on left the city to v bit her home of the Johnson's at 2516 I
the I Club. Mrs. F. D. Shannon is the
1 program.The mother In Wisconsin.The N.W. 9th CtAccording :
; president. The public has been
: Installation ceremony was to Mrs. Suzye D. Second, Anniversary '
invited to attend.SHILOH
conducted, by Miss Leola* DLReeves many:friends of Mrs. Willie Johnson, the guest of honor received :- k \ n Qa

; Home Demonstration Mae Trapp wished 'her a 'speedy many useful gifts. A Planned For, CourtThe 4

|agent! .;The following officers: were recovery after entering Flagler shrimp dinner was served. Guest : : Ww .,

'.Installed: Mrs; L. V. Tomlln,presl- Hospital on Tuesday for surgery. attending were members of the second anniversary of the USHER C ., p

i dent;.?BIrs; Emma: Ptokney. ... ,. secre- church and members of the com- Mattie,E. Morgan Court 53, Hero- BOARDS PLANSANNIVERSARY a

i taiy;-Mrs. Louise Beaaford, treas Friends of Mrs. Lizzie Mae munity. ines of Jericho will be celebrated .
tire; Mrs. Susie 1\lcPhwn. chap- A lovely and Impressive ceremony was performed in the
Bevels is glad she is recoveringafter Sunday 4 p. rn. in the Masonic
Haln.;;Mrs. Alberta Swindell,--county a serious illness. .' .... ,Temple auditorium, 410 Broad St. Indian Grove Baptist Church, Saturday, June 29th at 4:30 pjn.
council' delegate; sirs. Cosine According an announcement In AIken, S.C, when Miss Vertell Floyd, daughter of Mr. and
Viola lethal Baptist Usher Boards Numbers one, of Aiken, S.C. became the 'bride
CXNeal, .organist; Mrs. Mrs. Gerther Hardy has as by the Most Ancient Matron Mrs. Mrs. Jennings Blanton Floyd
two, three and four !of Shiloh of 3Ir. Neal Simmons, of Mrs. Willie Mae Slmmonsx,
Brooks, home beautification chairman Sylvester son
... her house guest her sister Mrs. Mattie E. Williams, a very enter-
;. Mrs. Maggie Nixon, food Plans Regular Metropolitan Baptist Church will of Jacksonville. The bride Is a graduate of Walker Vocational
f + {able Norwood of Miami Florida. taining program has been arranged -
observe their'joint anniversary I where she Is to the president.The .
chairman; and Mrs. FfnkneyBumbry for the occasion. j College employed as secretary
.- financial committeeman.I celebration Monday at 8 p.m. in bridegroom is a graduate of Bthune-Cookman College who Is
Mrs. Correne Ellis and Mrs.
OutdoorWorship The Masonic family has been
the auditorium of the church.
I Ot /members of the club are: Flossie Belton left th ciety Sun- now serving as head of the Business! Department of Walker
extended invitation to attend.
HnCBessle Hester, BIrs. Alberta city to attend Beauticians' an According to an announcementby Vocational College and also as Instructor at the Duval Vocational. .
the The court, chapter or lodge with
t the presidents of the usher
Prison, Mrs. Edna Ellis; "Mrs. Clinic at Florida A and M University -Outdoor worship services, will the largest attendance--will'receivea School. 3
boards a very interesting
Blanche .. pro-
> Martin, Mrs.\ Mamie Robinson "
In Tallahassee,,Florida be conducted at Bethel Baptist '
prize. ; will be presented'during and Mrs. Taft Cummings 3805
Airs. Isabella Bacon,. Mrs.Mae Institutional Church' Hogan and: 'that gram time. Church District Plans Amos St. in Floradale. :

'Ilza James, Mrs. Mary Jones, Deacon Paul Wathens returned Caroline Streets beginning July All .members, and friends 4 fare
; and.:Mrs. Amanda Fields, honorary I Some of the most talented per- Trip Around The WorldDistrict
to the city llonday.Vl le on vacation 21 and contiuing for six weeks. expected to brIng their'automobiles -
'. Ashury NeihodisiPlans sonalities of the city will be
he visited many relativesand The Rev. Robert H. Wilson, and participate In what Is
were'present from San Mateo and friends In the eastern cities.Many pastor of the church announces featured on the program. No. 12 of West Union expected to be an enjoyable af
AVest"' Presidents of. the usher I
: Palatka dubs. r I' that the services will be held each Men's DayThe .boardsare Baptist: Church will sponsor a trip fair. Rev. W. M. Cummings is the
: Board No. 1, Mrs. I
Sunday night- at 7:30 and Ruby around the world on July 26 at
lJ friends and 'relatives at- p.m. pastor of the West Union Baptist
\ "Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Wright left: Kitchens;.Board No. 2, Mrs. Betty
will consist of congregational I 7:30( pjn. '&
tended the funeral of.Mrs. Emma Church. t
annual Men's Day celebra- Kennedy; Board No. 3, Mrs. Jose-
|'the city Tuesday to visit her sis-
singing and a stereophonic sound The motorcade will begin at '
James.The funeral rites were
hater t tion will be held at the Asbury phine Brown and Board No.4, '
In- Savannah, Georgia. ; f
held at Mt. Zion Primitive ,Baptist film., ,_ "The Stoning of Stephen. Methodist Church on Sunday Mrs. Pringle the home of Deacon and Mrs. 3P.tTRONIZE'
Church. A series of sermon :from the Thomas. Raymond Ross, 1608 Wlndle |
:Mrs. Ernestine Baker of East life of Paul will be delivered by July 21 throughout the day. Rev. A. B. Coleman pastor of street. Other stops will be madeat I
Willie D. Linibric, chairman of FLORIDA STARSADVERTISERS {
Palatka is visiting relatives and the pastor. Informal dress will be i the church will give observationsat the home of Mrs. Fannie: Fel- .
Mr. Clarence Ryles a former the observance and Zebedee Wil-
friends in Jacksonville While her acceptable during the outdoor the close of the service. ton 1150: Lincoln Ct. and Deacon i.
husband attends camp in North citizen of.//Palatka; visited his services. son, co-chairman. stated that allplans

t Carolina.. cousin! :, Mr. C. S. Belton. EachSaturday from 2 to 5p.m. have been completed to -= -

Playtime hours will be held present an enjoyable program. at
The funeral of Mr. Robert Wal-
1 p The Dunmore brothers of Chester at the church for children, four that time.
Pa. are'visiting relatives and lace was held on Sunday at to 14 old. The sessions It was also reported that each t
years NOW All
Star Church.Many PRICE'
friends in East Palatka. Morning relatives, Baptist and friends at- feature supervised recreation, captain is working earnestly to

movies, Bible stories, and refresh- report his quota to the treasurer.
;. Mr. and Mrs. John Boyd entertained tended the funeraL ments. Mrs. Dora J. Mitchell is The church is located on Almeda _

j, many friends last Sun- head of the arts and crafts department and First Streets. The Rev. I.
day. Among the friends were: Mr. Miss Rebecca-Hughes and Hen- of the Playtime hour McPherson is the pastor.
> Nathaniel"Townsel ry Bell were recently married. YOUCAN
Rev. Norman and Miss Betty Harris Is the religious -
rTownsel, and their sister GulF The ceremony was performed by education director.
TownseL.- Rev. J. A. Wright. DISTRICT PLANS-FOR


Laura Jackson :FREE-I

r i'r You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get District No. 2 of Mt. OliveBaptist _
Church will sponsor a Musi- >.
Slates ,EventMrs. cal Tea $in the home of Deacon a.,.;'''''''

is LOW PRICESOn and Mrs. Jerry Lang 1316 West MONTHSSUPPLY
6 a. 1
29th Street on July 21, at 4 p. m.
Laura Jackson, a religious -
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ft Your ::, -:: will celebrate.worker her and 20th gospel anniver-singer Odessa Wiggins, co-hostesses for OF GAS 7

: the tea, 'announced .that all plans _
HEEDSA sary as a gospel singer on Sunday For the Average '
DRUG STORE have been completed for the Family
night, July 21 at 8 o'clock In
I" presentation of the enjoyable ? :
the Elks Auditorium, 712 West _
With Your Neighborhood; ; Drug Store, Duval street. event Proceeds' from the ,tea will FREE t ty
Madam Edna Cooke, ,
benefit the pastor and the anni- 4fP
o. t We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn popular gospel singerof Washington The public has been invited to TURKEY
D.C., and the Singing Sons
Your Local. PapersWOOD'S formerly Known as the Southern attend the affair, WITH PURCHASE ;
celebration of the church.
t Six of Springfield S.C. will appear versary (See Coupon) r /- ,4 ;4)/6 _
as guest singers.

DIXIE PHARMACY. : Participants _from the city who MIAMIAN ENROLLED :- -- .
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.. way Singers, Singing Trumps At. FAMU :*
PHONES EL 3-5597-9i ', ** .
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Heaven Echoes and the Versiteers. f
w. DHrt w.' Af.. Fill AM Doctor*' tascrfptteMLIGHT Singers.. Miss 'Betty Sutton of Miami is HONEYDOWN f .. t
enrolled at FloridaA, and M University -
: The affair. Is. being sponsoredby
.? ? -.* : ; 7 -t :tO Mrs L, M."Jackson, who has for' the summer session. !

BILLS AT OUR STORE extended, a cordial Invitation to Miss Sutton'will be'there for nine ,:a j
".r friends and visitors to attend : weeks.She is a'senior speech correct JUST TRADE IN "

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enties-sincetlMrNegro" "'dropped'5o"1t1wj; d 1n"order tocontuxue who started theiiedOn 'at sh ri-f the 32yearold6foot, ,

,operating for the balance of the.season"the-Southern'AssoI stop for,the New York' Giants.has I 200-pound right-handed Pace ite ing -

i .."ciation" .directors......___ _voted_.. .to make.... .. .the..... .Pelicans, a_"road"--.. _, 4"-team. "'" ,been sent to-Minneapblis'for: more, of,,,Ihe Cincinnati.; Redlegs,' is r j:
4 on De1.oe' Louisiana; passed ,seasoning. Rodgers was tabbed as on'his way to another season. like } '
itlI gr gat10nlaw the .Southern for Rookie of the he had last ear when he won 19-
the .
logical man
I Association has rule \bu7ry the use, Year honors because of his sen- games' for the Redlegs. He is the

!of Negro iers. Fqr' years, Negroes -* rf :: !!ty' i sational fielding and bitting. The workhorse of the: team, Shortly ,

have'been large'supporters i.. -ir.RFA1 Giants:still,.believe :Rodgers has after he won ,15 games for the St. .

/ of the New Orleans team, but what it takes to become a major Louis Cardinals in 1954- in his first

{ after Negroes were tfe&g&dcufc :ksnall1.Y' a i; leaguer. ... but. he.needs i-little. more JA.ajpleague season, Lawrence. '
ted to professions baseball and : I" collapsed from a .bleeding ulcer
_._ _. ,,'_ .- ._ 'J. I seasoning.$ ?
t smaller leagues (rsn1al(err teams J and was hospitalized for 10 days.
ARNIE, ,SOWELL, Pittsburgh,
I .wevtfc : .1HAm I :
were using tan players, : i .Ife pad to have eight. .transfusions
zens of the Louisiana catyl,feitJar }l2, 1947 was just another' won the. 1500-meter:run :in 338.1: and_ since. that 'time/,he ,has been
in the United [to '.the American track and
lay to many people pace '
their '
support they should haven going great. He says he, is.. going i
States jtf. America and to thou- .. ,fields team>!to twelve, victories in
opportunityt-to omeofrtheiri to win_.20-games_ in 1957
,$ : s nds't& 'othersf' it was another2irzaztCipatforrfor'tieTNegrV'iifthe .. thirteen.events.at an Internationalmeet
own in action. \ DEL, FLANAGAN and.GIL
'" in Nice, France..
"Wilh'a'slump in attendanceTSnancial : 'YFpn.: .JACXSQN. 8- TURNER;will\;meet in;a10-round, T
I the r Jr.r-: ,HARLON HILL great Chicago
because it
conditions! becam el; w pr field-ofjsports" was Floyd Patterson be* bout..in J3t, Paul Minn. July,25..
acktet<(Robjns6n[ dressed Bears end, will be dischargedfrom
} and a possibility of foI cyng\up day up came .!liar..youngestheavyweight: The welterweight fight has been

dawned upon club dwnerSland ]i.IQOk1yn\ Dodger uniform to 91atn !!!n'\Djb!, 9 ,when the..Army.Soon because of announced by promoter Jack
in Ebetts an ailment which the doctors describe -
directors. In order walk out as a martyr knocked out Archie Moor who Raleigh of ,St. Paul.
league to" keep ,
.. ...... *ask Vslfpping'disc.\ 'Hill,
ld--'S: .L.I.Lx- -
b'operating a meeting was had .claimed io. the world that he : '.HEAV.YWEIGHTXHAMPIONSwhomaintained

|rnl to:make plans to so ve4heprobknis : t Robinson suffefed; everything :was: the bona .fide champion,of.the the ace pass catcher of the Bears: the.respect of the

| !, V _"* *: buts physical de th5'Ffonr April world. when Rocky Marciano're .was botheredjby .t condition; toward .public:! ,were:.Jack Dempsey.GeneTunney.James : a.- : : )NAoUrllVt :
3 the ,end, ,of the 1956.NFL.
f The unanimous ,action ,., : 12;%i 1941 the Negro has been a fjxt tired.Patterson saps lie'win be all season.. : J. Braddoclc. Joe

taken gtthe! ,meeting! buj the !decision -. turc in 1pjot..lerPf' eball. His! set land ready Io go:when'he tangie's' Louis Ezzard, Charles/.Jersey Joe:
orl : with (Hurricane) BOB !IBOYD- the hard hitting _Walcoli
must be'taken p.wiUi.the'' idepbHment : aidAfi the playingfield Tommy Rocky arC 1no.and now

1 1 New York :Yankees, who have .a and his ability as a playerelihiiiated'af Jackson in a 15-round iiile fightin first baseman of. the Baltimore ..youn: Floyd, Patterson. Not one

partial worklngva'greemeni'th'T \.' ifferences between -the'Polo'Grounds In New York .orioles was by-passed by Casey of these men has left a record of '

T .\ the club. the*white and Negro players. f 'July '29, Should Patterson win Stengel, the American. League I shameful ,repute nor has either NrAL i 4yt R t:

Kh -! from Jackson, he will battle, Pete'. All-:Siar manager Rhea be picked I one of them been charged wilh .
Lee McPhail, Yankee farm di*!: Since 1947 the National Lear Rademacher in Seattle Washington bis subs :Boydis' the third ranking I pulling any undercover tricks to "LET JUNIOR HAVE FUN ON THE BEACII, 'BUT NOT

)1'rector, attended the,meeting',and gue's Rookie. {of the. Year award ; Aug. 22.So1tha1l. hitter in?the league, with i ..339average. secure a fight or to win one. A NUISANCE."

expressed?surprise that.the-situation 'has ,been won:bY Negro' player I Well, Casey coUldn'plckthem MINNIE MINOSO, outfielder of .
iri New was
Orleans so seven, times. The winners were alL the Chicago White Sox was the
; grave he'commented. : Robinson in 1947 Don Newcombe, f Teams .
; PAUL-QUINN COLLEGE of hero. in the one inning,he appeared -
"I'm not in a position say at Dodger pitcher 1949, Sam Jeth- Waco, Texas, ,has adopted a four-! in the ,All-Star. game. When
present whether the Yankees ro. of, the ;Braves. in 1950, Willie Ilil[ Win Siresk point athletic program that includes I called on to bat Minnie slammeda SHAW
would appreciate putting one of! Joe
of the Giants in 1951,
Mays football, baseball, basket- double off the center-field wallto
their farm clubs on the road. Black, Dodger pitcher in 1952,Jim
ball and track. The Tigers, mem score Al Kaline from first base :
However, the Yankees want to do! Gilliam of the Dodgers in 1953 Recreation 'Program ARD"Jumpin'
The Summer bers of the South'Central Athletic with what proved to be the win-
everything. possible to help baseball and Frank Robinson of Cincinnatiin of the Long Branch Schoolis Conference are looking forward ning run for the American Lea-

'i: tion."and the Southern Associa- 1956. meeting with unusual success to another successful year in gue. When the National Leaguers

'a During the same period Negroes with its Senior and Junior softball sports. Tht Tigers will play five threatened, Minnie threw perfectly With Johnny"
Earlier the Pelicans notiliedthe
have walked away with the Most teams. home football games, four away that cut Gus BeU'down at third
other clubs in the association that
Valuable award six ,times. The Senior softball team has the 1957 season with 15'thefts base.'In the closing rounds, it was

operation of the New Orleans These men Player were'Robinson in 1949, played a ten game schedule and and one open date. I Minoso, who speared that line COMING YOUR WAY
team appeared "unlikely" beyond have won,eight and lost two, giving -
Roy Campanella of the Dodgersin I : FLOYD PATTERSON'S ardent I drive from Gil Hodges' bat to end
July because of financial woes. it .800 The
Association President Charles 1951 and again in 1953, Mays an percentage.defeated supporters' may be in for a com the game. What a whale of a 9:00' 10:00 A. M.
team has played and ';
in 1954, Campy for the third time plete Jet-down in underestimatingTommy game Minnie played for one
A. Hurth told the meeting hat Isaiah Blocker in two games, S. P. I -
Newcombe in (Hurricane) Jackson who inning.
in 1955 and Don ,
t New. Orleans. .despite' being the 1956. ...; r.s'. ,1 Livingston, 1; Moncrief. 2; A. *L. is capable of scoring an upset at: DWIGHT H. FISHER is'the new I'.
I 3:00 6:00 P. M. '
In -
the has
t largest city Lewis, 2; Douglas Anderson, 1; time the' fight bigwigs are' athletic director of Bishop Col-

',,the worse ,attendance mark this There has been Negro home run Matthew W. Gilbert,. 1. The team any saying. They say "Jackson is lege. For the past nine years he .

season of any southern club. champions-Larry Doby of the has lost to A. L. Lewis and Forest served as athletic director and
being painted wild
-**Hurthc said, however, tha Cleveland -Indians,in.: 1952":and Park. .,. j,/'* .. man with 'crazy'as ideas.a The young real coach of Alcorn ,& M College.

should the Pelicans move to an-]1954 in the American League and The Junior team has' played a I. 'Jackson is a serious,young man Last year Alcorn's football team Monday Thru Saturday ;! .
other city-and Baton Rouge, La.,i .in the"'National seven schedule winning six :
Willie Mays in 1955 .. game : who has ideas of his own. The won five lost five. The basketball
t is being prominently,mentioned : and losing one. It won from Isaiah', '
League. 25-year-old boxer with the "out team won 20 lost 15. During 1950; OVER
". as a new home base-then the Blocker, 2 A. L. Lewis 2 S. P. 0 *
In ten years three_Negroes:have .; ; of this world" style is a normal 51-52 and 55 Alcorn ranked S.
"road t am"decision' would ,be Livingston, 1 Matthew W. Gil- "
won National League batting ;; and serious minded fighter whois among,the top ten Negro colleges
void. titles. They are Robinson in 1949, bert, band losing .only to S.'P. always ready to fight 'anyone, in footbalL.From October 1948 to
': Mays in 1954, and Hank Aaron of Livingston, for a .857. percentage' anywhere 'and at anytime. Hens October 1955 Alcorn football WOBS fJACKSONVILLE'S

the, Braves-in'195d., ..... The teams are coached by John colorful in and outside the ring teams did not lose ,a ,conference

BockyToTrail In the stolen'base department I H. Jackson, and the coordinatorfor. and publicists'Eddie Walker, Neb game winning 27 straight. In
haVe dominating ...the program is Richard H. "
been -
the -
Negroes Brows, and Jimmy Bronson callhim changing over to Bishop. 'Fisher
PalftrsoB Fee factor: Jethro ;Robinson,I Cook;:' a Pro nioter's' dream fighter. said he made no promises to do ONLY ALL NEGRO

Bruton and Mays have been on miracles ,but that he would
PATRONIZE Emil. Lence is hoping his dream any STATION
top every season. .t?": ., will materialize at the gate. give the best,he has for.the good ,
Ga. Pete Rade-
April 12, 1947 is al memorable of the athletic at Bishop
,'macher, the,Olympic heavyweightchampion' I. ': '. ." ALTHEA GIBSON, winner of program "
: .for Negroes in baseball.. ADVERTISERS College.. In 20 years of coaching 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"MADAME
L fs ;who will meet heavyweight Wimbledon tennis crown, is an
he' coached Wilberforce in 1947-
champion Floyd Patterson all around ,athlete. She launched ,
48 1946 he coached at Maryland
:, Aug. 22 in Seattle, Washington,I her athletic career by playing on : -"
POSNER State,and at Alabama A& M four
.will have the'benefit of the service 4RR3. the Rev. Marsden,.Burnett's girls'
,before World War IL The
S of former heavyweight cl am- i basketball team. ,>Iiss: Gibson is years President ;
1 pion Rocky Marciano to train him also,_. an accomplished bowler, announcement. was,made by < LAURA
M. K. Curry Jr. I
.. for the big bout. '" \ baseball and'softbaU player.

The match will be the first professional .Y.../.- _A LiV J .Whenever anyone achieve greatness ROBERT JOSEPH, of Panama Tells Past, Present and Future.
City belted the old apple for theyFlorida
; bout for the ex-Army CULTURES STRAIGHTS* or fame in any field individuals I v -
't ,
I 'W A & M Rattlers baseball
f .::lieutenant in making his bid for \ 11 civic organizations and team for of .376. 1818 W. 45th Street off Moncrief Rd.

the heavyweight: boxing f Crown: clubs you have never heard ,of ROOSEVELT an average GIDDENS of i '

Marciano'will arrive in Columbus r iigarRayRobin comeJn to get the credit for the
> Pittsburgh, Pat led the Rattlers of
Free Lucky Charm With Each Reading
week in helping > but than individual
,; July 22 to spend a success more any -
44f' Florida,A- and,M for stolen
The : another to
Rademacher get in shape. or organization

t former champion is" also scheduled ;l 'It'. a Ktiac.wtsa1! "come in Jor its share of the credit

:1 to accompany Rademacher for Althea's tennis success is the

:. to Seattle 10 days before the fight. (_ National Tennis Association and WITH *"OST'IMPORTANT PEOPLE..IT'S

Should Patterson lose to Hurri- 4Irrwwl its workers ,who made ii possiblefor

cane ;Jackson or suffer an injurythe .\ Althea play at Forest Hills

fight will be cancelled with and other tourneys throughoutthe r

Rademacher.. ''f' wqrld. -

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X ,a, ..' CINCINNATI In recognition 1 _
y 72-15-98 ROOSEVELT' 1st RUNS of the huge ,popular vote given I
SUN.*JUFS. JULY '21.23
Crowe and -
George : Wally Post
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President, announced that the two

) 7 l TWO i i Redlegs would receive All-Star r w
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s: SHOWS! cause of the tremendous numberof xtra velvety smoothness of Gordon's-., ,SO J l

t :. 61 8817 votes received,inthe All-Star SHOOTH YOU CAN ENJOY if STRAIGHT- '
IK. -'*CSometiaaes selections, which is a great testimonial nl]q, ,
.. tiles w OTpedb Kfoear* .
I. 395- -3S to their popularity, and in .

he' inp STRAND 7 BIG BAYS! STARTS. SVN., JULY 21st Poet recognition wmreceiveAll&r:: of this, Crowe gajmeraemeatoes. and GQJ )'OifS '. ,

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:worta. it.. all. ,aroua4 1rrNh Oh''Tom: 1\l._MEN'. (. vwf IMSPJM&JTe&tkdloW League office: ": .. f>. : AVAIJM.t

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.* WANTED: 3 sar.FSi.aniES. !
VACATIONING IN TAMPA The Interdenominational Prayer Men's Day wil The observed on

Up and down the Blocks tile MB. G. W. BBUTON Band of America, Inc., will con- Sunday July 21, in the Asbury To Sell Appliances \

money boy are ta&tng about Mr. O. W. Bruton, 1304 Tyler vene at Indlantown, Florida on Methodist Church corner of Al- .

the way tile "total" has beat Street, President of the Senior Friday August 12 through 16. meda and First- Streets, where Sales Experience -High School EdueatiOl1i", :

catting np recently. The suckers Cabers Board One'of New Bethel' The Jacksonville delegation will the Rev. L McPherson is the Salary Unlimited .. 'I .. J
complain that they can't find A.M-JT. Church is enjoying an' leave this city on the morning of pastor. (;. !

people who peddle the staft.: extended tour white on vacation. the 12th. All members of the ChaLr'man of the event is Willie Apply la Person 'J 1ARLINGTON 1
What ever the case -1' be, we Friend and relatives.have,entertained Player Band living outside of D. Uxnbric' and h1i cochalraanis f

know that the bankers,. are not him royally whys vest tlng Jacksonville and desire to attend Zebedee Wilson, who announces RADIO AND T.V.SERVICE y r 1

happy over the rerolta.' .., .... the convention contact the that everything is in readiness 1
la AHfndate, s.c. may
Tampa Taller 1133 Arlington Road Aak For Mr. Nash .' .... ,
Big news this week end Is basses, Miami, ,and other points following:,M kjCatti L. Bryant, for the annual fete. '. \

Harry-"Put" Pusi't excursion! south. National President, LaCross, Fla. Each captain is working to ':' \

to )8ai&I..Peanut made his annual ? t Kr8.-M. K/fiiatfkins, 1231 West report his quota, assisted by the I

trip' in grand style. Wade 18tewng' MBS. WALTER I* FRITCHETT 19th Street by calling EL {-'1530or women of the church. A programhas i

Jth boys that Barry al3J0tinUMed OF ATLANTA GA.<< YISXTINa any officer or member of the also been planned for the '
the train trying to PARENTS band. occasion. Fireproof RITZ THEATRE Firs RunRANDCLNH 'I

are* ,j.'h9 by bumming: a ride Mr. and Mrs.Walter:L. Prit- James Genwright win be the SCOTT

td (4h -rtltlon.. Arthur "Peas" chett and Mr"Carl .Thomas of featured soloist for the annual observance. :
Simmons Is working hard tryingto Mr. Geawright is a 7TH CALVARY""FEAR
Atlanta, Ga. arrived in the city HastingsThe
get His ducks in a row. He last Friday to visit the parentsof .- member of the SSt.epMD AMB:: I and

plans to take .a trip soon Bertha Mrs. Pritchett, Mr. and Mrs.F. Church and also a member of the '. STRIKES OUT ,"
Odum in from Miami Woman Cotorie Club will
came and F. Donalson,' Sr., 1660 choir. ,
is really 'looking good. Tyler; meet Sunday,:July 21st in the The Rev. of Start* Wednesday, July 24th f
.: '.. .e 1M ti'.er C. .. There of visitors Street. Mr. Pritchett and Mr. home of Mrs. Rebecca.Wilson on pastor ,..' RORY CALHOUN f
are gobs in
;., t'... ..tata'.fr-d se.aa4a Thomas returned to Atlanta:Sunday the church has extended aa invitation -
erta e ... .... .. town 'and at the Beaches this! but Mrs. Pritchett will remain Main Street at 2:00 pjn. to aQ church members "UTAH BLAINE" )

:.. MD&I7 sad I. sastesafb week-end. .Among those on the The previous meeting was held of the city to attend the ob- and
......, .. In the city for 10 days ,
b Rlleli Ma ... American Beach are members of in the home of Mrs. Mary J.
visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. servance. "HELL CATS OF
. a '. the prominent Sawyer family of Pritchett 11.the former Miss Bet- Esau on Johnson's Lane. Amongthe ;
Miami. Like the big wind fromnowhere guest were: Mrs. Eva M .
t tye, Jeanne Dcnlson. Her stay is MISSIONARY SOCIETYTO
** Ira Bfessom blew in. Miss June and Maxine
being STAR
pleasant enjoying
.t. iC We see by the papers that the beach parties dinners and lunch Davis. OBSERVE ANNUALANNIVERSARY ... _
insurance executive is becoming ADVERTISERS '
'- i
.. ... '. quite a, business man in tons. Apts. Ftr tat EVENTThe I

the'.Magic City.
>., : 9cr Bobby Flagler flew in from Senior Missionary Societyof

9> : New York to)oin"his wife:Mabel WAVE M; :; Visa:TAMPA Howard HOUSE...Statair GUESTS: aad DELUXE .ROOM 'APT. Jsouises > "the Zion Hope Baptist Church Tin 1.i WBHC ., UHPEARUE I

and their kids for a day or BO. ch11&i c Ricky and Rath of Tam-' and Venetian blinds. One will observe its 28th anniversary FaalUuas .
Bobby .is former_ : Jacksonville block from bus line Convenient Sunday, July 21 at 3 o'clock. r
pa'F1a. are house guests of Mr.
boy w#o',. ,for buses"Jlte'.' 'and 32 in Westside Mrs. Naomi Griffin chairman
it' has, palathe. ..art and Mr*. Gerald L..Alston of 1665' RUTH FOUNTAIN' DAILY ON
of male hairdressing into a profit- Pearce'stre i.Their staibmade being t4 and' Lackawana district. of the program committee an- .
J: able business. Some of Barlems Phone EL 3-9031.: 54& Broward nounced that all plans have been
pleasant by friends aad "THE
moat popular figures are among Street \ -, completed to make the anniversary -
Mrs. Slstair' Is an Instructor
.. iC his regulars. observance one of the best
Myrna Lynn Murray in the Tampa, Florida FURNISHED
I Curtis Bugg of Pulaski, Tennessee DAft.: modern conveniences in the history of the church. ONE TO FOUR
New Stanton Senior Public School system.Newcombe for desirable tennant.

.; High School spent his vacation with Easy traopor. .. Phone EL- ,An invitation has been extendedto THE AFRO AMER! AM
'i, Pepsi-Cola Dealers and his sister Johnnie Mae .Roberta. ,4-U'7L all societies and friends of the

.,' Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. fiC Curtis is a bachelor and many state to attend. Mrs. Charlie Lee

;:. are.proud to salute Myrna female hearts flipped a little LikesBROOKLYNRoosevelt Willis is president the society LIFE ,INSURANCE! CO.

'' .Lynn Murray of, the before he left town. Wanted Beauty Operator ;and Rev. E. R. Simpson is the

'". ; 12 .A. -2 class. She is an ie.I football If crying win bring a coach a Jersey Stadium FREDA'S 2271 W...BEAUTY 4Sth Street' SALON pastor. Presents One Quarter Hour of_
:; honor student, assistant championship, Ox demons
-. leader of the Majoretteand 7' .has .the _.SIAO, .title .all Business Phone PO 4-9209
Residence BAPTIST
Phone EL 4-1325
a member of the St.ie wrapped up. started crying Stadium -
Plus Catholic Church. '.tc already. For years Jake Oalther in.Jersey City appears to bea MRS. ALFREDA LEE,. Prop. DISTRICT OBSERVES MONDAY THRU FRIDAY FROM 8:30 to 8:45

was known a champion moaner haven of success for Big Don FIRST ANNIVERSARYDistrict
V V........ .
but we think that Ox has him Newcombe, the 'Brooklyn Dod- AsthmaI

beat. Clemons points out that he gers' big righthander, who in 52 No. 36 of Second Baptist Hear The

.-tc Is still rebuilding and tears,actually Innings there in the last two sea- Church will celebrate its 1st
: form in his eyes to make sons, has allowed only five earned ,It you choke, cough, fight for
breath, gasp, wheeze, lose sleep Anniversary on Sunday, 3:30 p.m.
iC you feel sorry for .his "pore 111 runs, an ERA of.0.87, while win- because of bronchial asthma, no July 21st in the home of Mrs. "SPORTS ROUNDUP"With .

boys". He really swings into his ning four games and losing two. matter what you have tried before Maude Brown, 5214 Spring Grove

: act when he lists the big bad The two defeats are the only RELIEF: ,GET' EFFECTIVE FAST Road. Ernest D. Jackson, attorney the Latest Baseball Scores
r '''fiC' teams he must meet every.Satur ones suffered by the Dodgers in BACK with NEW amazing MONET clinic will be the principal Nightly at 11:00 pan.

iC day. We just listened and reminded their "second home" in 11 games. ally tested wonderful,, PABASMA speaker. Station WRHC 1400 On Your Dial
him of the last tune he Newcombe especially likes pitching tablets (follow the label avoid ex-
Alexander Heard Deacon will
cried and what happeaed. in con- .-in Jersey City. cessive use). Get PAKASMA TODAY ,
iCrtji ference play. Iff ONLY $1 at your drugist. participate in the event.

iC t4 A sure sign of Fall is football. average white high school grad is
GEORGE GRANT | On, the sides of all of the city
iC ahead of the Negro grad. Let's
New Stanton Senior buses the
are signs advertising
wake up and think about the : NDOPENINGDAY1TOMORROW
iC High School
approaching professional game futhre of the 'kids.
iC George Is a member of To date no appeal has been 'made
The Homemaking Class of the .
the Junior class and an for Negro patronage. ,One,or two ,
EWC Summer Session under the
ic honor student. He is the gents of color have sort ,of appointed
sponsorhip of Johnnie M. Roberts I I
of the Artist
president themselves,as emmissaxies held a buffet dinner. The menu I
Guild Club, assistant to "Colored Town" aid are .
ranged from soup to nuts. York
Scout Master. of Troup the of Jack- .
preaching gospel the Sprating and Ralph E. "Senator" 110 .
iC 141 and a member of the sonville Charities to all (?) who
Maultsby were the class
-Ie PatroL He plans to become -* will listen. We j imagine that the wheels engineering among the affair. -f

-Ie I an architect. policy and attitude of the spon-
About Town: Alice Slater, weD

*... ..V.V..y soring group will be. the* same (mown beautirian is sporting a -

'. as it has been. in earlier: Years-: new Dodge. We don't. know the Sixteenth And Myrtle
c' you people, meaning us, may color but she caHs it Mango and

come but: sit where we tell you something Mary Williams, ,

K and we ain't ,.particular. about Xavier U.'pharmacy student left Serv Center

r. ; you coming.' town for a vacation.'pi'r'ono .. **!Sr* WfI .

r.I -.k* _._ The ,faculty ,9f'=:.the Duya 'AUtIJl 'medfaR.tS"pf rg w'i.
I ular '
.Q'Jun V QMtiTiIv to eSfcrmedicalfschool. Avii:. : )
P .
host to..fellow" trad t cuexs,from Alfred is associated 2514 _' T
all over the, state. The teachersare ,
I .
with Dr. Washington and '
!... ...'" ( here attejadin that= special **
., ::z: work shop at {he Motors formerly' : .'. Brews er '
jBfaeral r
L $ : S Serve You
.. Hospital 1o : w
'" "'7"- school on the, Soutiwdde. This Lathe < -
Arnettc Yvonne Scott The "Next Time You See Me"man :
J .
i( first-time.Ne.PP.:shop IlnatnlC- .
New Stanton Senior is coming to town. little .r "

High School -Ie tors have had. this opportunityThe Junior Parker and his band will ': _". : : ) \s .

Tribute is paid t oAr iC group eijoy&fra: repast 1r'bpared appear at the Armory next week. :
...... I
the "
by homemaking .
gehool's : '
nette Yvonne Scott 0"the department under the Fm going- just to hear him sing .. ....c: '. --, .5- 'r 1; ,"';': '" I
Senior class. She Is president supervision that "Next. 'Time You See Me" : '
of Mrs I .
of her homeroom, ;Mary Harper; song. ..f5 .
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The JSlGhlco-' has atarted live '
leading soloist of the I entertainment., WMh4nbKing Jimmy Jenkins.passed all dolled : ..; ,

... Stanto Musi-Cho, First and his combct appear., at the down in white headed for the '" r .'. ., ,
-1 string majorette and beach. Seems tho the beach _
a Ashley.Street spot three nightsa .as ..t ,
member of the ML Sinai holds his interest evert weekend : '', '- "
Baptist Church "'" Several other places are J. D. .
Brooks' ,
brought a --:2:::: ?: "
... looking and thinking about live ,
*> ,* entertainments.'.':':, report from :Amreican Beach._ The i '# ; FREE!,
place is supposde, to be. ,loaded! : '
i Throughout the ',dtJ' ;we have : rev
CongrataloHons from Papal II heard 'Negro baseness-rhea complain with pretty unattached. girls. 0' .lilf!! '
Cola to theta three Merit' Members of the Jax Investment _
;:. when they 'begin to speak .
,. Award nrlnnenUsten ( '. ,
.o' Corporation will hold their annual :*-tire _
of clerical help*.Wena:,the t STAR' : :
!: if: 'to the Pest Merit i stock holders meeting and j v : a Set of 4 Libkey Decorated .
Award salutations are more than aware' of. the lack :
!'J' on Pepsi banquet at theE1 Dorado., Club
-,' a .Teen Time, WRHC, 1490 of trained office persoaefluamong ,
.. onrour. dial. Sat ardors 3 our girls. There must,be a treason Wednesday night The_ organization Tw Drinking Glasses with Every :"H'
to 4 p.... Dancing at is composed of many of thetown's -. _I J.
Wilder Park ltecreatlo.F for it. One ha*;boto visit the Order lo' with ; = _
"fill-'er-up" i
q. YoUng'business i
top and _
!.. Center. Admiurja. Free. bJIsbIeHJ'.dt otJM4a -: -' _' .

-ft" ""l moss schools and he*;will.xeadSy profe8alc, al4n -: ':., j, % !TT : : '; .r.DI.. ;','..... uv--vIJel'M-I! I.' -........- :--." .'.,

.. see why our girls can't type. I& We see, by the signs ,that ; } ... f .

Is a joke to can the equipment several places 'on A.sh1ey..Btreet; :.:= BRING rim CHILDREN TO SEE : ?
f office ma..hl.nt'( The majority of: are no longer "off' l1I 11ts" to r r ..

e the Instructors are well qualifiedand I military folk. BOIO THE CLOWN and Receive FREE BALLOONS AND LOLLIPOPS [

.. each, one"can show,a list of Mom's Kitchen has 'acquired an. ,

fIi items she has requested but cannot International flavor. Customersare '

get. served .by, Kay Pitbnan, the : 20 Only!
Saturday :
It is high time the citizens petite .Nipponese Tntos. ; ; ,
and politicians realize that buildIngs The- daffies don't ,make ranch ;

fi Ii do ,not make schools. You fuss over it Jacksonville's

must have. qualified: teachers and Negro pall are qpdtely prow j
Inc tIaeIBIeIns' 'f.**M> Tile OF FLA.
t also teaching rnaterials. We must UMA eeps" SOUTHOILCO.
Pepsi co.
begin now to see that our girls week officer Sydney Gaines figured :

Dealers of.f and boys receive the training they .la fee arrest of tee worst

JacborilHe. will need to work and.live in an type of ordeal, fee. medical r .DISTIIIUTOI OF PHILIPS "M" PRODUCTS ; S
a .
intergrated society. As ,of BOW .... OUr hat ,are,off to the. ..

: let's face it. In performance the -boys. '""' .....-..,...*. .. "._.... '

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