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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 27, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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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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 27, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00335

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Preceded by:
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t 'RECONSIDER stench as this series of articles is bringing them out iri-the" open.

..; is .Our: .readers are. pouring. : in ..examples us of how they have

: l>een swindled'and. .each one,seems to top the'last; The ,latest. topping
i a .,/' t 3 f hr .: *-: !'; ':- I 'on this Racket. Cake comes from; an elderly couple living here in our

: "I< Tj A 23-year-old Broad Street wife good,:city and' a ieighbor .to some ow you reading this article',)

"i tI was the victim of knife wounds Living in a xnbde&t, house. owning, an extra ,lot next 'to.irk)It,
; 'they were approached by a, salesman: who( by the way as positive
1 Inflicted by iui'angr husband; facts have it, arrived to Jacksonville broke and without a car from,

Friday: July 19 when attacked. some Northern(City). Now this a1es.nAn' in,his fine' clothes'and soft

her after her: refusal return to shoes spoke with a smooth .tongile.:i Quietly he gained the confidence: ,
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I lira. following. separation of this elderly couple--even' to the point of sitting :on the floor and

1 POLICE VERIFY flttfS ALIBI I PRINCIPALS' IN: ,AME. FJGHT _... .. .1 I Mrs. Geneva Battle of '218 ."playing. with the< little, grandchildren..
Broad Street told police she and Quickly he'suggested that this couple build a house' on the exlra

J her husband, 'Earl Battle, '25, of lot they owned so' they could, have an income as' they grow older.

I 1 'SHE WAS AT .oRMo.ND BEACH 2616 Pansy ,Lane are separated This sounded like a very good idea and just as.the. salesman" wanted, -.
and he tried to make her return the "elderly coupler swallowed" it hook, line and sinker. ,
';7:4t : ;. t to him! and when she refused heitnck' Another fish for the salesman aquarium of suckers. His ;n 1.ext

fls:WITH MALE COMPANION SUNDAY :. her. She attempted to getaway move was to suggest that to do. this he, would'need about ,$766'.QO:

a. from him by running but : to"buy pipe fittings' and other essentials to' start the building., Sothey'went

': .By Staff Correspondent rnr the' husband 'caught:her and 'cut,. to the; bank and drew but their lifes savings of $700.OO
fL I uhf k 2 ur, Her with a knife, Inflicting:jacera.; :and "gave it to this crook. Of course you might already guess what
: I tlons on her left ear and cheek/ happened. to the $700.00.-1t left town "with the salesman;' but not

+ -1'Anu other murder mystery murder has tume4 up to baffle -Jack.scnvj The' wife 'told 'police she was before he had made a clean haul with other prominent citizens and .

+> tr p p 1 cetalraarlyz.. }agued .Ay. y I,:' l1! 'n s '. on? her war ItOf TYisiir..aJrte: d, 'some large business firms for materials :lie never paid for.-Don't? \
,:;;,. 'And"this\ne! estthriller: has-ail the Cements, ofj"ove- triangle Georgette Burnson who lives' at 1 S.ffi. : ere" >and' read 'this.-articleWIth__the s'ttitude! ? '"'that you:will ._. .....
i. naritaT troubles, secret trip' to the beach. by' one, of. the principals &05 'Court'C when -Tielf" husband I never:'be taken; you may be the next victim These ,Racket Type .

with a lover, and possibly a gangland type murder; came 'up to her at the corner j eopfe .exist in ,all walks of life .and they pry on the unsuspecting
This new murder "mystery? of Louisiana; Street and Court C souls who feel they are too smart to be swindled. Remember this
which 'is currently baffling our were Police on the verge of separation. and started fighting her. She ran type person is a real professional and you should get the proper
local homicide division occurred investigators questioning advice before sign agreement.
you any
Mrs; Smith to determine _her to.634 Court C and as entered i
last Sunday evening when John Earl caught her and cut herabout _
to
movements the time
Howard Smith a popular hotelman of the crime leading, learned up that the BISHOP .NICHOLS- REV. :M.;'M. 'LINDSEY her face and head I

ated a and tailoring former establishment tailor .who oper.on wife spent Saturday ,night out at '! t under'fire: be brought,.charges' : She ,said 'she had .taken out a WHITE MAN GETS PRISON TERM

a friend's home and spent Sundayat peace, warrant for her mate before ,
8th Street near Davis, was killed '
i Ormand Beach in the company BISHUP D WARD NICHOLS FACES Judge Harris a few weeks
John Howard Smith 41 /* 3415
S of a male companion, who holdsa ago while ,she was living at 2616
SF Jamonica FOR SHOOTING HEARSE DRIVERIn
'down' '
F Rd. was: shot
'responsible government job. Pansy Lane. On July 19, she
the northwest corner of 22nd Police were able to verify that TOUGHEST FIGHT IN HIS CAREER signed a warrant before Judge
Street and Moncrief
Rd. about the couple 'made a call to JackBpnville : Drake in the cutting case.
9:25 pjn.. last Sunday, July 21. from one of the rare instances in Jacksonville where the puniSh.
l Daytona Sunday TBy EMC 0, SIMPSON After she was cut, she was
According official police records evening before the shooting ; taken to Duval :Medical Center ment came anyway near fitting the crime, Criminal Court Judge.
s ,the Investigating officers which eliminated the wife and her where she was treated and re William T. Harvey, last Friday sentenced a white electrician to a I
were told that Smith had been male friend as suspects tempo The stage set for what is probably-ftlie most: !Important battleIn leased. 4%.year jail term for what he described as the "unprovoked' and. I

?i Visiting Leon Holloway at 3204 rarily, anyway. the A ME._ ;Church since the ,suspension of'Bishop Joshua Jones. Det. 'Sgts.. G.,.T. Jones and W. uncalled for" shooting of a Negro hearse driver. \
rtMoncriei'Rd. There are other aspects of the and Bishop :William, T. Vernon back In the late' twenties.; T., Barber, Patrolmen E. Jefferson Leon Crawford Wheeler35, of I
They were told by witnesses case which police are considering. The hearing ,set for July 30 In Mt. Zion AME ,Church"in :Jacksonville and 'E..Hidbton investigated. 4527 Manchester Rd., was sentenced as a prosecution witness that*

'that Holloway talked with Smith One Is the question of where is even :more significant than the trials'that' led to the, The charge: against;> ., Earl Battle on ,his jury conviction for Wheeler shot Baldwin, Wheeler
"for a short period and then told Smithy got the wad of .cash he suspension of Bishop Sims and the unfrocking':Bishop*Curry.; This is attempt to Murder. aggravated assault in the :.near said Aides was guilty. -..:
him he Is more,than a. trlaLfor-misconduct misuse of fatal shooting last Feb. 10 of 36. The while
had to take a, friend to was blowing around town Borne or funds.'It .Is a trial men were riding
Cleveland and Beaver Streets. sources ,say he hit the "numbers"! r that will determine 'whether, a Bishop can run a district anyway he year-old Joseph Augustus 'Bald. together when Baldwin was shot '
Holloway left Smith sitting In his others believe different. Another good "and,,doggone pleases .. It Is a fight, to 'determme whether '". "'.h', : f Ii. _3:.- t' "),\.L wiDt.. '.t' .'. .UUI";;;" iru-, In"th0 heid'whilflilrivlnfr' fa hearse

house, and When he returned Is-. the possibility_ of another Bishop,Nichols] Is bigger '''than. the General Conference which laid WOMAN:IS BURNED;, "Wier was titedlatelq"a kn1rreE1' &b"L?rEtooaer'elt arev Both
haan4'i.ej! fedhka mi 'sitting: woman whose hueband or boyfriend down. certain-.laws'during-'the.:last1 'nieetlhg 'fi, "Vf.! ; '''' *- W "!>OtSSH THROWN ; "solidteel'ea_' fJtdOO: 1h dlI"lrJ": tJ tiaras hrJs 'forcedtarethe

on.the-.i 7Jt1ftlto. ,t.,.,.fende. 'n'w.. may have become angry ,Lined up:on ,one side Js Bishop! ,,p. Ward 'Niofeols. brilliant; dynamic ;. BY FUSSiNG a wti peil' iWi'ms r N f &r trtl. "roW oUve
FRIENDS -$ ** *<" ** '
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in front ,ate<'bouse.; Up to Friday afternoon; the emerged. from many battles victoriously. / -.1 to:' :'fit: .Comm- of'Appeals": attieigi'easea, !} a '
Smittiaiid .,JHofioway for a case was still unsolved but the On the: other side ,are" Rev. M. ,1[. Lindsay:lind i ivmiamB.Stewart at,.!. 'allahessessIt. i* < .After- *the!* JUlY'.P-r convictexlWbeel.er. ; .
cigarette,7-l$', XcvUoway did not b1za.rrO circumstances;remalaed.as backed by many of the stalwarts of the Aim'BrOti d(( d A; drinking party which three '"\Vi eefer' was' charged? with"as.sault County 'Solicitor Lacqlfahon
have any In his" pocket so he The -trial"wfil"'be''Tieard"1>yJ> of itE cam not j1t; : iiwomen were enjoying last :
Intriguing and as exciting as :say with intent to commit first Jr. dropped the charge against
selected 'Althon h 'Jts11 io'p B. .B. -ac ; Friday ended...in. a potash.threw.
Wright Is ?
invited .JSaithj
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.to come. in the love-murder mystery ever: written. IIe degree murder, but was convicted Aides.
logical'penen to-prnide at the: iearln there some tug-Incident: in which one 'of them
house la '
fieid: :h'44 get them p pecuJa I on the lesser count of Before sentencing Wheeler
The oiiee vrautBrned down 'with 'i 'T t that he may be asked tole.laef.ou.: suffered severe burns. -
.; i i nib aggravated assault That carriesa Judge Harvey denied a defense
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A ..:::1! 'I. .I91 .g." The charges" .Srpught by Elder Lindsay, specifically, are that Mary 'Louise CarCerJ'37; ; 1347 maximum penalty of five yearsin motion for a new trial that was
i- t petafes _and. when' COMMITS SUICIDE 1. In the Central:;Florida' Conference, the Finance Committeewas I Lee Street was entertaining two prison or a $3,000 flue based mainly on a charge the

he. j it.4&e middle;xrf the, not allowed; to handle '.the. .Budget Fund as required"' by' :the friends: in ''her',1 homeKFriday, July PLEA FOR MERCY jury ,had been "wilfully and false.
-. 3-.- 'heard shots. HV then Church Discipline''; : 19 when .&n, argument developed .iy" misled by the county solid.
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.i ran? 1.a-"t9 ,the; ? front pore .land saw e'era. Utoess 2. The'4 tOtal'pubU, offerings* were not. ,sent to the mnfmrpnSalary ; between Mary* Louise Carter, Alberta r t'fitg. how3ralea''lr .BY JUDGE JG3aitnJ( : tor's, t : Smith face down on the edge of '"Fund; """--\, *" Mc&nriey, 45. 13.j'Lee + t' 1 I v. LllictJ / .
thathad: .J iit."" drove izi Wheeler'gprobation i i task '
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X: ilrtiepresiding eIdere-'of. Ooriferince Street' and"Annie : fr'l l _
Lee
the Florida cave 18 !
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the lawn. ; '
a.Kinge'Bisj jB :%! ,iL. uiationand were re ort a''fine'' rather :tim than! .:. errse :attorneys ]fl M.Joptfeg .
.The vroradftd man! .was carried to | quired to pay"$5172.25 per'diitrict for furniture fcir'B1shap"r.'Pfchols'i 1344 Lee Street.Mary-Louise Carter '' ,t. -1 r }md L! and '*; J, Ferguson of

i to J sea .c, Bal.lgediCal ;; Monday eMJt3..a8tenfcaaEilUmrfetde July; 22 at 11:30 private ,heme. .i..:.& < ? i"l! watatheyictlm. of the potash & i-tJ." .i i ) ILake* City claimed*: the ii*** :1Uri was

las Crafeaao,, to>:be :treated.. for P ., .... j r 3feftpresldtagjelders 4'wen also' u.::y*>.id:;. by.Blshc{r.J lcholi I ,throwing act.. "-'-'.- tit ) dJti&.ilda mgSi V- rej relrata'Uans hAt no
ahoy _ii r> t' th in rrd ,aor ':1 to fp unaufeorizedj and illegal dues In the pefl4;
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&aWhioh" ws414khro 0t ;w.:.f: .a ,1IIK- .*r was/.,pianning an autfiotelti.project! cr}bunt .wprovWe Pig party' .when;the dispute arose, thlJ,:, leaves a tea crip- 'cution1 nadr b"een mailcf1. to,..
Rya / '
t left t&ti1g: t' ,flank.. ,SmIth ,died .baft*!. intuit!Si tile left a. Community; ',Center on the campas ,of, Edward ''Waterseon. It was' reported' 'that-Miss Mc- pled.* In 'return for.i ';his. ;testimony 1l.
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ta:the easitf etcy room. _et from a 98 C O., revolver .. ; KInney mixed 'some potash and I Mahon replied that neither,he
; Baldwin had ''been
AT J. Collins who lives : To fiance the, abovementioned; project,, a project water' and laying near
member
at foUowing had was staged give it to Annie Lee I nor any of, his staff
1282 W. 22nd Street said he, saw boa sick since a long,1948 illness.and He Monday .. In the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville aDd each presiding elder3 giver who:threwrit'on Miss Carter. "death for several days and later ha4' ever offered Aides immunity ....
Smith Into 'hlSri car drive on 50.tickets rJced, at J L,each and later called and underwent surgery for removal from
get ; I ,It .he had burr to Duval Medical were te< givmso Miss Carter was taken to Duval prosecution. J
to in frontof his : mei e..tic4cet and 'vrdereQ wto! 'bring*in' Jioo' with "threat: of part of a bullet from his brainy Before
t a point house. Center for treatment. ;N the that Medical Center and treated for sentence was passed
atop, get out and start running, I ASe was carried to the Duvai k If ... 'meUlidb.Only.. )__. exit la3edr5i. burn*.ca-the left-side.her face. Left paralyzed on the right side 'yesterday. Wheeler' ,raised his
I :He said he heard shots,'and sWr :'11. e irErmetlerses; at bb'i. tBWiop. 'NWaeJs. neck and breast Baldwin was. unable at 'the trial rights.mi J M told Judge. 'H rveyt __ .
Wadirk \
County Morgue where he' <: '7 <: aim by ,Dr .. .
.. r -- to _. .. ____ ... :to raise his right to take **s\5 J-rf"l/C% tW5 :V ; ,
i Smith_faD; .-' .ee. .the co- trial vrffl _. "'''-4<- -' : arm 4 VnV ,-
f ] -It has been .indicated U that y1 ,land,,_ The shooting dead by was Dr. reported Souther- w..r.r.. ;''' ., ;:.- '': ... ',_ a : S' ,_ j t.Wise.r The_- Y------ --ji. liiin ., the path when Jie was,sworn' as a maxer'54t;. .... 11lshezF: ... .t mrn .
two: women were arrestecand'torned Witness.
|Smith was shot from: asped "'" '. .Hhad tabs carried into I_ salethe mercy: of 'the court." ,
Mrs' .. ,
!by Sue Mae Robinson wife .cr ;
:: over to.the'.CO ttty-'carattctakem'oVb'tlie r
; away from ,thej send after of tit* ''E. -'L f.lf,{.x J- .. _.-J.......__ He'lllSu:1. .: ., ".::,:,. the courtroom in 'a wheelchair*I It "-l a I bis plea for, leniency, Fergul '. .
i.the- bullets were flrek;' 'c:.' .; "d''r; r*. ." ..' -: .'Af} ".' ", > ': ':.r-' ash Jaiud!fasued pot. | The trial, which ended June,12,: 1 sir aatd-Wheeler sat bra u"kht up1to

i: The investigatkar, jrO ght, t*it ?:! ;,x'srrf tzeggjh a t1 ;;J1, ---17-1; ,:-. : A tm31 by J' tIceldQl.fA ;was marked by conflicting te U.! a Hamilton .County ,turpentine
:some reveaUnglJet&r lb Y i FJLORIDA: STAR tk..T 't ::t\L:'" f'" fili ..."..--" Bryan. bony from. t Wheeler. .... &D4.tJili-i'' 1 am E WJd forked:closely withNegroaq"8a !
f (learned that'lcf11t.tt1l ITV' ''' :' M INI&VERY 1 1i ............ ____ .: ,.: "-t 'J .Lt VL f Patrolauatg-Maldelf-'c1arli. isrearold :t l .... 1 1AJ4 mse. ,..",'-r.the";sheaf:

sad hisihaving wife'lm\ll'7Xd' had be cW i d I Y ,, r"KW. __' A< r.h':; .._ -OATS t". ..a' 1, at"':.!8.rd"'$6 rsiZ, -art_te"3u4. sad. T'WSgt- -. i : .U'a.Jf friends";Wheeler has*"., T .r werJ! _
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i who had*"""Blso"tear- : sflnftr fTJSe colors
."imarital" ,fflfflmltiea and _.. r ____>___" _, .. ;el; ; ortPAGE'S eo t in ] folks he
%l li>i P< i* .... ._. \" charged the assault, testified worked with," said Ferguson.

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: rienpoint: on desegregation whitesupremacy advocates are battling

I I 1Jo. '$i MAIN"OFFICE dt PLANT: r + lie 1934 Supreme Court decision for integration in the N Uon'.

i 1 I-r* 2S23-MoncrIef. Road ....*.. 4-6782 EL 4-6783. schools( V ,
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t As a remit, file Negro
'" fe Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Fhone ELgln 4-3775
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I : ti, Supreme Court outlawed school
! '.' P. O. Box 661 Jacksonville 1, Florida.i .- SOUTH TO
1 1 4 ..' c GO SORROW pub- hoodlums and scalawags (who)
I\. :. ., r1I ished by Dandom House.In imposed their reign of racial ,ter
i ,. '\ ,. :r'': .....Editor this forthright book on the "
Esfa .. Simpson ...... ror.
: .,.... Staff conflict that has plagued the
.Ne\rs
C. Parham
"This nation will deserve to
:South since the nUited States
Altamae Richardson ...Circulation Dept. 1I X ,_____ _
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Member of Associated Negro Press domestic problems with indecison

.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES end timidity" writes Rowan, the
i -. V One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, '1.80 4: V.. ..,. r t M( only newspaperman ever to win

'! Matted To You, Anywhere In The United States. r'z three consecutive annual awards

.': .:8a' !>>8cr1ptlons. Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: i from Sigma De1ta. Chi, the nalion's
'. ( top professional journalsm
; ::FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, "FLORIDA society.A .

K f # .. ,. staff, correspondent for the
\ Minneapolis Morning Tribune, Rowan
Floradale Residents Are also is the author'of SOUTHOF '
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1 V FREEDOM and THE 'PITT.
PS :. r :
V -.TV. "* c'V FUL AND THE PROUD. In 1954
y: he was honored by the United

, : Stretching Luck Far I S / ..I States Junior Chamber of' Com-

i V 1 ,.I .. merce as "one of America's ten
4 r ?:': 1' : a t outstanding young men."

; ..._.h'#, .. o4; ; In GO SOUTH TO SORROW
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! I .:J.:. There Is such a thing as stretching one's luck too far t / rJ d' Rowan narrates in stark detail

t I And that is exactly what the resident of Floradale are doing. s s a N:,<. the stories of the rise of the

About 200 families have Invested their hard-gotten earnings :!. : 4 White Citizens Council movement;

to purchase some: none 'too'reasonably priced homes }n Floradale. 4 r. .. the murder of Emmett Till; ,the
They have for the most part, furnished them with'"*xpen.Ilve fur. ..r.:f. : I. '_.d:, By ERIC O. SIMPSON25th shooting of Gus Courts, who

1 ;:\ mshlngs to provide comfortable living accomodatlons for themselves "PASSAGE OF CIVIL RIGHTS 'LAW"WILL- -SHOW WORLD, HOW TO REMOVE should give you the power wanted the 'mob to forcing vote Miss in Mississippi Autnerine;
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I i and tk*' children.. :,,/-1.. ,THE CHAINS.. "- to see through deceptions and Lucy out of the University of Ala.

. 1 I But one thing was overlooked for quite some time:. There weref sake of getting your cash, to realize where your true interests bama; 'the heart-throbbing, victorious -

i I!I not provisions for combating the spread of flames in the event especially on the 22nd when the lie. The 26th gives the struggle against bus segregation
Sun squares But the signal for the start 'of enter. by the "new Negroes"of
1 of a tire. Your Neptune. ,
WeeklyHoroscope opportunity of making yourselfover prises that will chart your way Montgomery, Alabama.
Several months ago, however. The Floradale Improvement Association be Venue into the land of the future where But through crisis after crisis,
given by
may 'you
of which AIzo Brown is president initiated s> drive. to raise Guide conjunct Pluto and sextfle Nep you wish to, or should, be. writes Rowan, "a large portionof
toads to purchase two fire hydrant to serve the area because the 9-20-22-19-21-921. humane, justice-loving Americasits
tune, 25, and the 26th. Marriage:
City: of Jacksonville does not install fire hydrants outside the city idle, assuming naively that
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR could be the answer for those who
limits since there is no revenue to be derived. CAPRICORNBorn time solves all problems while
are unattached The 30th-31st
of the hydrants BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL the evil and the ill attempt to
About $1300. was raised toward the purchase and Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 18th
sharpens your insight gives
leaving the amount .needed for the purchase still shy of about The 25th puts you closer to success mentally rape a section of the
By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES promise of greater enlightenmentand country and to plunge all the nation .
700. To date several families still owe balances. on the $12. assess- security. with the aid of your principal "
into world-wide disrepute.
ment per family and some have paid nothing at all. 2-60 99-59-97-269. collaborator,or your life partner The 31-year-old, Tennessee-born
It Is.only through tho grace of Almighty God that a fire of any promising start with the help The 26th reveals that additional newspaperman, who has filed

t sizeable proportion has not broken out In Floradale. We have to Born March 21st thru April I steadfast allies. LIBRA developments will enrich prize-winning dispatches from the

y think of what would happen on the day a, fire, does break out in The creative and emotional 4 80 44-85-43-483. Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd the common pocketbock and enable Far East, the Bandung Conference

i Floradale. of your life is.brought' into The 25th means that there is you t ocome.closer to greater Africa and the United Nations
We can visualize homes and pretty furniture going up inflames by the 23rd. Should Cupid CANCER no letdown in your social obliga revenues and security. There will places the bulk of blame for

and the possibility of lives being lost while men and women right now it could very, wen June 22nd thru July 22nd tions. The 26th furnishes favor. be many: pleasant surprises. the nation's embarrassing racial

work frantically to douse the flames with buckets of water. to closer ties sooner or later. There are promising develop. able indications that your efforts 3-1O-- 6-- 8S5368.AQUARIUS crisis on timid men "who seek

By failing to get these urgently needed fire hydrants, Floradale 26th encourages .this in the making in the fi In this respect will not be in refuge in moderaton*."

j' residents are stretching their collective luck just a bit too far. which gains further department. You, can then vain and that friends, romance In a chapter on "The Wail of
' It would ,b a pity to lose one's home completely for the want through the many aspects offers and propositions and matrimony become empha Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th Moderates," Rowan writes: "Every

of $12. which the homeowners would get back in reduced insurance follow. don't make them binding or sized. The 29th, 30th, and 31st The 23rd. 25th and 26th all in. patriotic impulse inside me asks-

'i rates. 1-30 -:55-2S--53-135. 1a1 until after the 26th. There confirm that you will master all dicate that -you may soon makea have we become a cowardly nation -
FLORADALE CITIZENS, DON'T STRETCH YOUR LUCK TOO 'be little standing in the and that final move In connection with always searching for 'mid
situations as. they arise
." ,FAR 6 : extra marital business or public asso dle ground' between right and
> or
ti } TAURUS ,untapped pro the end results will come out as between and injustice
t. E.O.S. fits'from real estate ciations. Joint action is likely to wrong justice -
commerce
l'l Bom April 20th thru May you want them. between morality and im-
labors ;Your endeavors have carry offt prizes success and a
8
A temporary -40-41 .39-42-842. morality?
I activities tie stage of unusual more inspiring future way of life.
, 1 your gainful "How is it that a nation that
brought_ about,by an SCORPIO If there were any doubts as to commissioned ten million of its
i it LILL Y'SORUG STORE service tie-ups or other 7-20-9923-97=727. Born Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22nd the efficacy of these aspects we finest young men to go abroad

'.1 factors on the 22nd. The Let the22nd go by without only have to seek confirmation in and if necessary, to die in be-

1 1i i 1907 Kings Road at Spires 29th bring rather sudden make"B. LEO com mitting yourself in any wayso those formed by other planets.Go half of the ideal of man's equality

I ... sions to, matters affecting July .23rd thru Aug. 23rd as to escape the confusing forward with confidence. under God, the ideal that man was ,

> :i '" l' J.< ,, self and your possessions. The disagreeable effect of con. effect of the Sun square Neptune.The 590888786596.PISCES born to be free, can now be
, .I 'fF'lWhere%;: : Experienced ':' 25th ,and 29th indicate in, the wrong people could 26th furnishes the news that frightened into meaningless cowardly

t J Pharmacists Prepare spired efforts on your part made 'apparent on the 22nd. your surge forward will be for. I double-talk because a few
4 contribute to the results you up your mind regarding given an impetus and that you Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th I noodlums and demagogues are
': a Your Prescription Ac. aimed for The 26th for 'coming plan of action on will have no one to blame but You are still under very compelling threatening riots and bloodshedif

cording to your doctors favorable endings and new 25th. You become even more yourself if you make no headway.You influences so don't resist any effort is made to enforcea
of your power to Influence them when they lead to productivity decision by the nation's highest
Ii! : instructions Using 1 ginnings. have the added incentive and
", ; ," ", and events thereafter. This and success. The 20th shows court 1""There* ,
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created
; only the best quality :. dynaism by Mercury con.
a great ,responsibility so be junct Pluto and sextile Neptune, that all this will lead to some is no paradise for any

d ., Dr. C. E. Black drugs. Dr. W. T. Grahambi' guided by your noblest ,principles and the Sun conjunct Uranus and thing new and startling in your Negro in the Deep South;' Rowan
I
: Born May 21st ,thru Jane the interests .of your loved trine Saturn '30th-31st. world of productivity and achieve conceded but Americans must

The 26th discloses that .. Life.is going ,to be -Just '6-80-33-79-- 31-:689. ment. Additional evidence of the understand that the white man s
A Line of
I. Complete. : chances to do some ,youmake:;: it, ,here onward unusual and final success is pro the honest white man of good will

1'1 1'1I.. ;: ': Cosmetics.:Rubber GoodsCandies: -:-"Sl Iiclri s planning in this respect, to 45077'1975475vJ* SAGITTARIUSBora vided by the SOth- lst. with lives a in living a purgatory sense of that democracy is all

; and .to increase your in ,.'..;--, 'vIRGO: : r, -Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st 7-10-11-13-16-716. his own." .

output .will come in ;" : The attempt to explode..your
;.1, ;ctf during the coming month. Bo.Sipt... 24th thru ,Oct. 23rdCohttrtua hopes 'or trick you into making

":' 'can reach interesting con 1 :jUi/be:wary, of. those unwise financial 'commitmentsmay
'' irot'es. riendship '
I ;' and take ,definite steps to' for the be made on the 22nd. TheBUSINESS

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1 I .. ... / .. 'AME The Church Pulpit 'Board will sponsor of St. Stephen a pineapple ; In Rainbow Piano Recital .: i

j s sip July 28 from 4 to 6

.J p.m. at 1733 Lee Street. ,
Avery. enjoyable outing to I flT3 % ir Miss Joanne Stubbs, talented young pianist of this city will

l I Little Talbot Island was enjoyed A "Pre Annual Tea" will be be presented in a rainbow piano recital by the BTU of Shlloh' :

I by members of the Junior SemI. Board 1 I Baptist Church on Sunday July 28, in the senior chapel of the
sponsored by Deaconess
1 nole Girls Club on last Tuesday.The church.
of Second Baptist Church on July ,
club, composed of teenage !r 4 '4, : TA\ Miss Stubbs is a member of the
28 basement
from 4 to 6 p.m in the > .
girls of this city enjoyed variety :r Student Council, Journalism Club,
of the church. A. program
t of entertainment during the annual f and Junior Chorus of Douglas An. PLANS LAWN PARTYThe
featuringmany talented: Individuals
outings. Members of the + A derson Junior High School. She
rr
of the city will be presentedat ; ,Citizens Community Council -
I club are: Marilyn Wesley, Harriet '* is also the pianist for the primary
that .
-time will sponsor a lawn party
I Witsell, Earlene Toby> Gwendolyn department of her Sunday School.
I S July 31 from 6 to 9 pjn., at the
Lang, Priscilia Boston, Joyce ihr ;: Guest 'soloist for the affair will
f Choir 2 of Mt. Calvary Baptistwill home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
f Pauline, Barbara Easton, Serena .. be Miss Grade Mae Sanderson.
{ N.4.'r 4AN % y.
f.k !
its annual
sponsor outingto 'y Bolden. 1436 West 10th Street.
I Joyner, Joyce Graham, Audrie Miss Gloria Dixon will serveas ,
I American Beach on August 1. :} According to Mrs. Ludle
Goodman, Frandna Carter, Ka- 'rl'x ry.. : narrator. The hosts and hostesses
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The bus will leave the'church :: : Holmes, president of the council
; t dette Philyaw and Mrs. Calvin G. .. will wear all attires in rainbow
at, 9 ajn. All friends of the > J. r.. ,Jr .... i.v' .. M the lawn party will be presentedfor
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Williams, sponsor. ; 1.: i4 :h colors.
1 f choir members have been invitedto 7 r! !j x w ip4i('y ': q q,,, ti's ?: x? the promotion of, the membership ..
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t : Mrs. Blanche E. Baker and
enjoy the outing. w/i%jGhrigd yi lhrf A4' "y iRA4::?Fw 4.4 :. y;\ i : drive. A wishing well win
I Mrs. Lennie Sutton will serve as 1
Mrs Josephine Butler Ferguson be of the features of
I BRIDAL PARTY Jaxons who attended a lovely bridal party given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph chairman and cochairman respec one special
,' formerly of this city now The Juniors of District 7 of the evening. Mrs. Pearl Miller and
In the above Miss Delores John
( Johnson recently for their daughter, Delores, are pictured photo. tively. I
I a resident of Philadelphia, Pa., Second Baptist Church will observe son became the bride_ of. Vincent B. Goodwin In a recent wedding. From left are: Mildred J. Mrs. Ruby H. Morrissette will

c was a recent visitor in the city. their third anniversary Sun. Thompson, Monte Wffitamson Delores Johnson Vincent Goodwin Delphenla Brinson, Beatrice Ross, conduct the games.

I She ,waa accompanied by.her sister day in the home of Mrs. Cola" and Ernestine Jordan.Anniversary. TOPS AS BASE STEALER An invitation has been extendedto

and brother- -law, Mr. and McCoy 2842 Venus Street. A TALLAHASSEE Roosevelt members of the various clubsof

Mrs. Robert Burnam and niece, program has been arranged ,for Passenger care were involvedn Giddens of Pittsburgh, Pa.. led his the city to attend. Mrs. SophiaN.

\ Mrs.: Georgia Hardln, aU of Phil the occasion. Set Mrs J. Moore) nearly 80 per cent of all U.S- Florida A.and M University teammates Starks is the chairman of

i adelphia. They were the house traffic fatalities In 1959--85 per in stolen bases for the 1957 activities and Mrs. E. L. Goinef.vice .

I iI guests ,of :Mrs Christine Jacksonat District,6 of St..Matthews Bap. cent of traffic Injuries. stason with 15 stolen bases. president. '

1544 West 10th Street. list Church will sell chicken din. For Saving ClubThe
Set. To Speak
# ners all day Saturday in the homeof I ..-
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Mrs. Jessie Frazier 2804 Crun- -1f !" I. ;"
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r Mrs. Mable Rhodes was honored : .
'ftre .. -- ;
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recently with a lovely birthday 10th anniversary of the r b

J party in the home of her daughters eo. Nighting Saving Club will be Mrs. John, A. Moore iP;, formerly Feed babyCARNATION jajfc"Hittoy Iy
The Sunday, School De}>artment Charlie Mae Mack daughter of your
Mrs, Lillian Smith and Mrs. of observed Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at ,. ,
Abyssinia Baptist Church willsponsor '
MaybeHine Wells Music and I Mrs. Fannie Mack, .cit/ .will W t
Its annual outing Satur. 531 West Beaver Street. .
t games were,.JteaturecJ throughout ; principal speaker at New Bethel
the.evening. A three-tier birthday day. Buses will leave from the Lee E. Bryant, a forceful d

cake centered the dining room church at 9 a;.m. and '9:30 ajn. speaker and church worker will A.M.E. Church, Sunday night, '

table. Assisting the hostesses be the main speaker for cele July 28. at 7:00 pjn. ,
.
y ,were: Mrs Bessie Merchant, Mrs. Music, Studio bration. He win be introducedby Mrs. Moore, will .-Zpeak witha "

Ella Grant, Mrs.,Allie Lee Jordan, Bally Williams wealth of, experience' she '
Mrs. Lossie Simmons and Mrs. America's"healthy ,
Marie has been employed by;' the U S.
Hattie Bess. The honoree received Plans Annual Mrs Hodges, presidentof .
many useful gifts. : the club, has, announced that Department of Interior, Bureauof >- :

an interesting program has been Indian Affairs, and ,she along '

Piano Event planned for.the affair. with her husband have been in babY milk :,
Mrs. Florence: C. Wheeler of
1912 .' Featured on the program will Alaska for the past 'two years.
Louisiana: Street is vacationing >;
be; Mrs. Callie M. Dowling, Mrs. She is an instructor In an Alaska
in Washington, D.C.. with
Lillian Goosby, Mrs. Bessie. school her husband is ;
where the
her Students of the Bakers Music o 'y?
daughter, :Mrs. Louise Pow- SPZ
a eyiey r
ledge of Baltimore, Md., and her Studio will be presented ,in their Thompson. Mrs. Patsy Hill, Mrs. principal. Miss Theckla Toman- .,. :, x. F.. / "

brothers Leroy and Clifford John annual piano recital, August '19 Laura Campbell, Mrs. Letta Harris ,guk who accompanied Mrs.

son of Trenton and Elizabeth, in the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church the Frazier .sisters, Mrs. Moore from Alaska will also appear {. 4 .MO v 'wKA R.

New Jersey, respectively. They Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. Laura Harris .Ernest Allen, Mrs. on the program.
Annie Lee Patterson Wil
Baily
plan to 'visit in New York City Students to appear on the program Mrs. Moore is appearing in the
are-: Roy Edwin Nov.. liam, Lee E. Bryant. Mrs. Rosetta :
Mays
and Berkeley, California. interest of the Women's Day program 1h
Holden Minnie Ford Thomas
ellan Mrs. 5- 4S '- s5A
Gaffney, Rose Marie Jones, ... of which'Mrs 0. F..- Donal-
Harris
Williams Mrs. Sally
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Joanne Stubbs
Albert Taylor Jr.
Rev. T. E. Nelson of and Marie son and Mrs._ Serena Tolbert are
pastor Deborah Rhyne Mrs. Hodges. ,.
Cheryl Culbert chairmen g gR.
Bethlemhem Baptist Church was An invitation has been extendedto
Cynthia Culbert, Frank Cooper,
honored on Tuesday evening with William Cooper, Lillian Taylor, all friends, of the club to A pen ralley will be presentedin

an appreciation program in the Gwendolyn J. Jackson Carolyn attend the celebration. connection with ,the' program
church auditorium. Melvin Grace as M"
Rogers, Francis E. I Hutchinson S 5- 5
"The Deacon" was the speaker Leroy Hutchinson; Lillie Mae ; ;t- : ; ; :

_, for the occasion. The programwas Thomas. {( DRESS RIGHT. FOR VACATIONThe 11I t.

enjoyed bye many friends Voncille D. Stukes, Jannice Bur
b' and guests of the pastor and
den, Theophane Belton, Louise c '
congregation. A delicious varietyof 5
Raymond, Richard Gilbert, Bessie w.
refreshments were served at
Graham, Thomasina Bland, Michelle y 1
the close of the program.
Anderson, Lucile Rushing,
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Patricia Bryant Cynthia Purdy -

Myrna, Marcia and Marva, the Patricia Hill, Juanita Martin .. r

lovely triplet daughters of Mr. Gloria Dean Dunnell, Mrs. Maggie ,.:< .y 5J: F

and Mrs. John O. Laster Jr. of Cheeley, Mrs.. Pearl Hudson t

6731 Abella Road, recently returned Lloyd Hill, Charles Gervin, Joseph

tai the city after five Long, Alford Byrd and Charles

t weeks of vacationing in,, Tampa Easton. x 't'Lr

Florida. The triplets celebrated h'f

I their first birthday while in Tam.

j pa on June 17. Spiritual Tea

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1 The Les Camellia Social Saving I Set For SundayA c 4

Club met recently in the home of ,, t D +S 4 ry
f Mrs. Juanita Alexander 1453 : t1'yy.' I y 4 'y
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spiritual tea will k
be E'L
sponsored 71s n/
Spearing The club made plans
Sunday from 4 to 6
for their- first annual "Free For pin, Viz, 6y'x
in the .
basement of Shaw Memorial t yJ '4
All" social The date will be an. + ryJ
Baptist Church with iy4 so.
Mrs. :M.. :AY
nounced 'later. The next meeting -k
Wright, and Mrs. L. Nelson in
will be held Saturday night in charge.

the home of Miss Carolyn Gamble h t> 9
r.
I 135Vsteele Street. According to Mrs. Nelson, avery

I ..' '. ,. unique program will be r
t presented. Some.-of 'the- talented lyI
I Kr. -and- Mrs. Theodore Lewis
artists
of the
city will,
d have returned. -home utter.'vacationing : on. the program.. .appear B* Y" William SltwtMutln of Lot Angeles, .

i -. In Detroit. :Idlewild. The women of the church will

Wayne;and: L4tdingtpn'M1chigati.They observe their annual day September YOUCAN1IUSTCA.INMtOH.1t'sthe throughout the world than ,all r"

i also visited'tor Windsor' and 8 throughout the day with I i safest; most nourishing'and diges other brands, combined! Ready. -":
Ontario.-CanaoX:;; ;WhIle. on vaca; Mrs. Wilson .
'Armstrong as chair- a :
-i tion. Mr.andMrauJjewia visited man. .and. Mrs.; William Wade ails fokn of mflk for your baby's made formulas that claim to be .,

1 many interesting! points and co-chairman. formula More mothers feed .Car complete cost almost twice as

events .;They.:were .also house The men who study such odd matters tel 9 that with the] { nation Carnation
} to their babies than much the
and dinner guests to relatives I continuing migration to Suburbia more and mowtpuatrywellen] I I any as proven .j

L and friends: STRAND I now look forward to vacationing in the big cflfe& ( other brand. And more Carnation milk for infant feeding-the milk ,'. :
After all. a tour of large i
SUN..SAT., July 28Aug. 4.. metropolitan centers can be ed- blue has made a strong- comeback is used in hospital formula rooms every doctor ]knows ;f. : t

!., .: ... JOEL McCREA as ucational and Iota of fun if, and soft shades of green 5 .tf" t...JC .
.' 'THE OKLAHOMAN"and as pointed out by the American continue to appeal to Ivy fans. :
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Institute of Men's and Boys'Wear Silk, silk-blend and silk-like r '
LEAM H.T0'DRtVEeYlcklt WARNER'S Terrific Hit a fellow is wise enoughto fabrics are high'on"the fashion ----------l I .

"UNTAMED.. YOUTH" pack the proper clothes. lists. Featherweight wash *n* I .
,..Q. a The luhstW MAMIE VANDORENROOSEVELT The key to the selection of wear blends of natural and man BEST BRAND .
.y T. Lee.* the right clothes for a summer made fibers made to resemble .

vacation "In town" is to take favorites COOKING TOO I :;
AJAX along ,a wardrobe that is cool ''I .
and comfortable but dressy retaining and wrinkleresistingqualities. II
{ DRIVING SCHOOL TWO 1st BUNS! enough to meet big city I Carnation has special t
SV.TUES., July 98-39 standards. Cool wash 'n' wear,' business .
CALL'EL 4-0639 GEO. MONTGOMERY Whether it's Chicago's Loop, shirts with their eow let dry I ( blending qualities found .1
San Francisco's Fisherman's and put on" properties, cut. .
ir in other1 of mflk.
wm I
George t .
Perpeno "Gun_ Duel At Durango"Plus Wharf, or New York's Rocke down on the number' man any

1134 W. 5th Street feller Plaza-along which the needs 'to pack and eliminate 1 I For smooth, failure-proof IIF ,
neatly dressed vacationers in many laundry problems of the
results time use 1
every .
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welL ,
the hoto. above are promen average vacationer
"Down Among The ading no one wants to be Take along a good assort. I I Carnation every rtdpa. ,::

ti Sheltering Palms"WZD.TIIUKS. spotted right off as an out-of- ment of neckwear and have a If :t' flU calls for mflk! -
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tir towner. And thanks to the mar straw hat as well as a light

r SEWING .MACHINES July al a ABc 1CAGNEY' velous progress made in sum- weight felt with you. .0< I I r
WASHING MACHINES mer clothes for' men no man Cool ventilated summer t I Coatutttd ,0:.",
& RAFT "from enn-
> has to take chances. shoes, socks to harmonize with :
.Sales and Service" -Since 1915 "EACH DAWN I DIE"BETTS It is now possible to be as' your suits;and a sufficient sup I .... .._ YMOlflrAN ..
DAVIS ia comfortable physically as 'you ply of underwear win rotrpd .L.- T ... _v-_ M I LK ,'- ,
20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 are mentally in .featherweight out your wardrobe. And be sure ,"1
>t "MARKED WOMAN" clothing designed city-wear. to take along a light-weight World's .",
BUY-SELL-BENT-BEPAIE BOTH GIANT Ypur choice of color in your raincoat. The latter is a sign Leading Brand ::1 -<1
vacation suits can run to lights of a seasoned traveller and f M ILK ''
. HAMWEY BROS. HITS! mediums and, darks In grays, comes in handy cool evenings of Evaporated MilkSaturday i .. \
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j services. Sunday night. July 28 radjacent at 1:30'o'cJock., on the street July 28.,,with Mrs, Annie L. Huff,, serving as ,chairman

,J to the church. I Mrs. Ozora- R. Shell of ,Starke.

The Rev. Robert H. Wilson, Florida, will be the guest speaker

pastor i of the church. will con. for the 11 o'clock worship,service. MT. VERNON, CHOIR, ,

'Unue'his sermon series on the life GUEST DAY SET bars. Shell is ,a talented musicianand PLANS ANNIVERSARYChoir

of Saint Paul and a second film vocalist as well as an out.

titled !'The conversion of Saul; FAs4c standing speaker. She is a very
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will'.be shown NEW active worker in the church, civic No. 3 of Mount Vernott

i The{. rvite8 will open with con r. 'r. i .4 and social affairs of her home Baptist Church will celebrate

/gregaUonal and will con. city their 17th anniversary Monday :
singing
Rev; A. L. Scott, :pastor ofNew
Mrs. Lillian will IntroduceMrs.
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29th
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true each, night July
night through
; Sunday ,
i August"2Slh.. I : Hope AME Church and con. Shell to the congregation. auditorium.

?) -*: n.z '- In gregation will observe' Guest. Day .d. Others appearing during the
Some. of the most, ;talented
Anjexcellent atendance of menu Sunday'ttiroughout the day. morning worship callendar
are: ,
individuals ,of this city will' be
hers;.
t churches witnessed the, first\open Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. with .)' Cove Springs; Mrs. Sadie- Gibson presented. on the, program.'

air bejryice last, Sunday night and J. R. Henderson in,,charge.. Eachof. .. .: r< &. M e ..y Mrs. Edith ,Jones, Mrs, Beulah Mrs:; Eliza Rich Perry will

"- saw ,a.,deeply, moving .filmh the classes will .meet in their- ,Mcciellan. Mrs. A'. B. 'Williams. serve{ as mistress of cer nionie ,

; Stoning\ -of Stephen,** followed usual manner with the"eW of '; ?f.. Mrs. Hallie Sampson, Mrs. Lucille Choir No. 3 of Zion Hope,Baptist

t 00 withjjhe: fnlt1a1..aermon on Paul, the lesson; given at the close. of 'S.nr : r.ark' rHolmes. Mrs. Laura, Harris, M rs. Church' will serve.-Thei Wes tin Ini-

r by the.,p actor.. The text: was selected the study period ., : ;k3 Y Essie Jones and Mrs. Georgia ster: Choir "'of Laura Street Presbyterian '
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from portions of the 6th Morning worship will begin at ,;.,i' '' : c niky .- Benjamin along with.other prominent Church will-be' the guest

:t and 7th chapters of the Acts and .11 a.m..with ,the. pastor, the Rev women of the.city choir Usher J3oard 3 of '')Mt. Vernon .:

of the Apostles the topic of the A. L. Scott, delivering the ser Music 'for: the services will be will serve.'

sermon was, "A Faith To Die mon. Music will be furnished by directed by Mrs. Gladys C. An invitation to the general

With.** Choir 1. Usher Board>1 will also t Vaught. Mrs. Vaught is .director public "has been extended by,the.

serve ,. and of choir 3 and to ;*' *]
Baptismal services :tare. scheduled .4 >7'" n'" organist No. choir
for Sunday morning at the ;The.. Youth 4 Choir will meet : the Frank' Brown choir No. 1. .
t Wednesday at '6 p.m.for rehearsal She,will 'serve 'as general drectorof
t 11 o'clock worship, at which time :4I :

the pastor will_ preach and,. administer with: Mrs.;, Ella EUerson. and Ii : the female chorus which will LILY; WHITE ASSN.
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Miss ,.Jbycer9hipp in charge '
the ritual of:'bap'Usm. ',-< render music throughout the dayl]
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Sunday school,.begins A :SOajn. During the night worship, a TO.OBSERVE.ANNUALANNIVERSARY
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., and has as its lesson1 topi"Gideon ';; 'cURCHL NS FOR 9 0 b : 100 voice chorus will present a EVENTThe
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'Foe of Paganism' The WOMEN'S DAY DRIVE musical program. Mrs. Vaughtwill
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.at 6 pjo. f fAn 1M -_ v Lillian King and Mrs. Rosa L: Lily White Security Benefit
James'Moore
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: Glass will serve as organists A Association will observe its
Invitation has been extended elected General
Chairman for the Youth ''Hour will be the feature 22nd
"by the church for .everyone. to Women's Day Drive at Giant of the anniversary Sunday at 3
Training Union.
attend their:-worshlp ,services.. Memorial AME Church in a meet;: n. p.ra. in the auditorium of Grant
: : l .. The women of the church have Memorial AME Church.
'; log of the, .women on, Tuesday .w: s ,. been organized into various committees .

MT. ZION BAPTIST night. i t ; J! to insure a well prepared The annual sermon' ,will be delivered

PLANS CELEBRATION Serving' as cochairman ,with >,.. : and enjoyable program. by the Rev. I. D. Hinson,
Mrs. Moore is Mis. Ruth WU. I 2 v ,,,,,,. pastor. Some ,of the participants
'- ._ ,_' ,->IV"w Serving' as co-chairman, along
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P Hams Other ladles elected at IX BIBLE SCHOOL;-.The above',:photos are scenes, from the Central' :Metropolitan C31.E. Church with "the general chairman Mrs. are: The Reverends E. H. Howell,

LA'lXThe Mt. Zion Bap this meeting to make up the Bible School which Is, now iir session. In ,the bott om photo are members of the various classes that Huff is Mrs. Ruby Morrissette. J. M. Dixon, F. J. JoneS Mrs.
tist Church will celebrate its 64th nucleus of Marie Collier
the Rainbow MIc-
Chairmen are being taught by the well trained staff shown I n the top picture. Standing in the first row of the Mrs. Audrey :

save Anniversary and the 3rd succes. are Mesdames Thebna Jackson top picture ,from left to right ,are: :Mrs ,Myrtis ,Bradley, Mrs Eliza Johnson, Mrs Dorothy Wallace, kens, *'Mrs. Anna, Byrd, Mrs.

B. Williams year of the Pastor, Rev. N. Nancy Mae Brown Kate H. Airs. Essie Mae Simpson, Bliss :Maggie Perry, :&I'rs. Yvonne Johnson Miss Veatrlce Washington Mrs. e 6 1 CaeriU Ertha' McGowan, Mrs. Alvenice

beginning Thursday Graves, Luella McBride Georgia : Clemetine Brown,,Mrs Alecia Beaty, :Mrs Walton Nlcie'.and Mrs N. M. Calhoun McQueen, Mrs. M. B. Taylor
night, August 8. in the church Benjamin, Alvenice M cQ u e en Fred Washington A. Flanders
Standing In ,the second row are: Miss Estonia Davis, Bliss Doris Felton Miss Abregera Swan, ,

auditorium. Minnie :Bell Nw, Beatrice Gay Rev. J. Harper, Rev, D. :fl. ,Jackson, Mrs Dasle JacksonMiss Louise Lee, and Bliss Vivian Davis. The Deaconess ..Board of St, Mrs. Hattie Mayberry, Mrs R.

Rev. J. W. Walker, pastor of Marie Bunion, Eunice M. Richard. Thomas Baptist Church will meetin M. ,Johnson and Mrs' Geromie

the Mt. Tabor Baptist Church son Annie B. Marshall Annie : Weston
the home of Mrs. Johnnie Mae

will have charge of the serviceson Lilly Hinson and, Elnora Miss Avey Hemby E., Chrispin Meltonia. HARRY IN AT !MOUNT .ULLA McNight, July 28 at 4 p.m. All friends of the Association
Thursday night. Accompany SIMMONS; :RECITAL /* have been ,invited to attend. :
ing him will be Rev. E. R. Simp. These chairmen represent the A "Seasonal Fashion Show" I

son, pastor of Zion Hope Baptist colors of the rainbow and allied liUR1II will be presented at the Mt.

Church and the choirs and congregations colors. The chairman repOrtingthe MT. SINAI BAPTIST TO. CEIMATEThe Carmel Baptist Church on August PRAYER

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of both churches. highest amount of finance
:f'r- l.J 2, in the church auditorium. Manyof

Friday night, August 9, Rev. above the designated assessmentwill the leading models of'' the city i PLANS MEETINGThe
be crowned Queen of the
W. M. Cummings pastor of West' will participate. '
Rainbow. Harry Simmons, popular baritone soloist of this city, will be Rev. J. M. Jones, pastorof .
Union ,
Baptist Church,, choir and s Interdenominational Prayer
Mrs. Mildred C. Hill was elect presented in a Musical Recital Sunday night July 28, at 7:30 p.m., Mount Lilly Baptist Church, Band
congregation will conduct the of America, Inc., will convene .
ted secretary for the Women's In the main auditorium of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. will celebrate his 11th anniversary Queen of East Chapter 8, OES,
worship service.The at Indian Town
August 12
Day and Mrs. E. M. Richardsonas Mr. Simmons, 'a. member of .of the church beginning 'will sponsor Its annual, outing to thru 16.The
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closing! service on Monday Monday night in the church audi Silver Springs Sunday. The bus
treasurer. Captains and other Second Baptist Church is a leading
night, August 12, Rev. W. ,C. officers will be announced at a ST. JOSEPH MEN torium. will leave the Masonic Temple at Jacksonville delegation will
soloist of Choir No. 2 in the
Neal, pastor of the St. Thomas later date. 8:30 a.m. leave the city August 12. AH
Baptist Church with :church. He will be accompaniedby The Monday night celebrationwill '. .
along choirs ,
persons desiring to attend the
Rev I. D. Hinson, pastor of
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and congregation will direct the the church Mrs. Catherine Smith and TO .OBSERVEMEN'S convention have been asked to
stated that the Wo Tuesday night The Rev. C. A. The Ladies Auxiliary 23 to the
service. Choir No. 2 of lit. Sinai contact the national
men's Day observance will beheld Baptist Weaver and congregation of Day National Association of Letter presidents
Each of these services will begin Mrs Mattie L. Bryant at Lacross
on the third Sunday in Church Spring Baptist Church will have Carriers will observe their 51st
each night at 8:30: pjn. The October. DAY and Mrs. M. K. S&npkins at 1231
sister churches: have been invitedto The Recital will be presentedas k charge of the services. anniversary Sunday with a tea In West 19th Street. All contacts
1" the home of the
attend. an effort of the Men's Day .." ,' :' The Rev.. W. L. Jones the paStor president, Mrs. should be made before August 12.
Catherine
:Burns, 2124 Davis St.
of First Corinth Baptist
Drive that will terminate Sunday .
MUSICAL EVENTS I Church will conduct, the Wednesday s
WEST UNION CHURCH t August 25. Annual Men's Day will be
night service, Annual Men's Day will ,be SAYINGS. CLUB

PLANS FOR, ANNUALWOMEN'SrDAY SEF D'sUND Vita $ All captains for the drive have observed August: 11.at St. Joseph i Thursday nightTthe": ,Rev, W.M. observed at St. Thomas Baptist .. ,

EVENT been asked to meet in a business Methodist' Church.If *. on- the corner! CUmmIngs and congregation of Church,.August 18 throughout the

J1.itJ faceting Monday night at 8 pjn.. of Jessie. and :* peaking streets. I I West Union 'Baptist! Church will day. A program and schedule of PLANS! FOR TEA

Annual Women's Day... will be S'lie'choir In. the, church .auditorium by. request of which ReV, E. 'GJCL_ '.Newman is direct; the service.Services -" activities wnt'be 'announced at'a' .!
of of the,,.chairman Deco I later date. .
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observed at the West TJnloar BapJ : for will
'' the pastor Friday night
.Mt. Zten. PrtolUve. BapUatChuiphwiH J.jDrayton. T ., .. .
tist Church of which fchX ReVj+ ; ? w --' ; be; directed, jointly; by JRev.. DaLlas *
f #at.; t. present" k '
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W. M. Cummjnga is 'rulers a oa # .Graham:of Mt.>.Ararat ikPuat Shaw Memorial Baptist Church. The Ladies of Leisure Social

". Sunday July.j&.Jtiiroughout, ; the m p.m.-.',1ft" 'the JIG t Y-;'-"Olive\ Sunday'"Primitive, at, -3 : are, to i;"make""- thia- -day one :-of Church,jmd"' the ,Rer.orH. Hani will sponsor a, trip'*to American and Savings' .Club! wfll> ( present-

SWEETFIELD the bestter' '" tftorf.bf Fellowship. B a p'ti i t Beach on August '5.. The buses their .Annual Tea on Sunday l.,eve'ning .
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day.Mrs.. Luella CummIngs general also in Grove: appear Shady > .
chairman and Dora Black of !'theWesley. ,, streets' Recreational; ,.Center;,on, Mt,..Her.
Mrs., ,Ba rchat ,7:3O t1llllItp. Il R'imt. .., The: Rev; G. Curry of Friend !at 9:30'a: tn, !
TOxhairmanof'' ,) ( ; : man End 'Third Streets,. .,
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< the celebratiooi'; p.m. < W.tvJofenaon: \ :la.gteeral ship :Baptist Church Atlantic Ii ,

has announced,that an Interesting, The-Communlty t.v < Welfarelieaguewill chairman of the program. ... conv. Beach: .:&ndithe,Cab,Drivers Union DeaconessBoard. No. 1 of Serving ,as .Mistress"of Cere-
tprQgram has been planned for the, f + will have charge of the service. moalea .for the affair*'Is'' lire O. '
: ,meet .Monday; ajt Bcij nu .inthe..Recreat nittec and th 6ay4ong affair? .. on < enter. AD'inem.bers .. I'has extended an in'iunaiito'thapublic An:Invitation baa been extended a annlversary tea Sunday L. Flenoid. She will be'introducedby
The observance will begin ,with clubland friends have to everyone to attend.the nightly Mrs., Alice P. Anderson who: ','
of'the .... to worship with: the men from 4 to (T pjm.. in, the.basement :
Sunday School at, 9:30ajnitwjth,' been>.tovited' to!:attend the bus "'!t1""i." f.- r* N on their: day.':. ,events, ,which 'are expected to be of tEe church A ,has fa serving as Program':chairth n. '
program .
Central Officers, and members of the 1 .. Miss .
Mrs. Ola 1[. Ceasan of, ; very uplifting. ( Ernistine Flowers a gnu;
Baptist Church'giving- review: ne33ieetirig .; :. 'Sweetffeldf Baptist: i taiurch'J will .. '; been,; arranged ,.for. the. 'pCCBdSba. duate of the New Stanton
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:Mrs. Thelma Hair Jones will be i MUSICAL RECITALPLANNED Day celebration on Sunday July MRS,.R. BURROUGHSIS The Busy Circle Saving Club Music chairman Other ladlfff

the guest speaker for -.the.- 11 j FORr 28.,.. throughout- the, .day, ,lathe HONORED WITH' ,TALENT PROGRAMSET will sponsor a"trip to New" Berlin that are working for the, success

o'clock, worship service. Mrs.I church auditorium. BY CHURCH DIST.An Friday night. The bus will leave of the tea are Mrs. Loveatha r

Jones Is a loyal member of-Bethel I CHURCH' _.. ; ''1 ':: ." ... Mrs. M.; :L,*? Anderson, general BIRTHDAY DINNER from the corner of State and Bush and Mrs. Elizabeth Header;
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Baptist Institutional Church and E chairman' for the observance and 'all male talent program Broad streets: at 8 p.m.

an instructor !in the New Stanton !I + -b Of Mrs, M._ Judge, the co-chairman FT. LAUDKRDALE-Mrs.Rosa will be presented by ,districts son.MT.-
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GAINSSVILLE The Mt'. Zion L. Burroughs ''wife ,of the Rev.
Senior High School. announced, that -a very Unique CALVARY
At 3 pjn.i a Pew Ralley will Primitive Baptist Church Choir:_of plan .cf activities shave been. made J. W. Burroughs, 'who is the pastor 14 and 25 of Zion Hope Baptist Asthma- il: I

-,terminate. A musical. program, St? Petersburg; ,the, Rev., C,. .R. far the complete\day_ of Greater;M .,Hermoa AME Church on July 0 at. 8 p.m. in CHURCH TO HOLD '} '

titled 'The A,Young Matrons" on Roblnsori," ,pastor, will render ,a Church, was recently honored the auditorium of the church.C. chose REVIVAL
Other officers 'to serve are: If you ?cough, fight ,for
musical at the Shady ,
-recital with dinner. '
Parade" will j bered in connection a surprise, birthday Parham
t '. jjrtjnitiyeBaptist Church Mrs. Amy Brown, secretary; Mrs. Johnson a forceful breath gasp, ''wheeze, lose sleep
with; the'RaHey. Grova N. 'Williams, treasurer; Mrs. M. The dinner: WaS sponsored by leader in miry of the church, because of bronchial asthma, no Fernandina Beach-The Rev.

The Baptist Trainng;t7nion will in Gainesville. on_ Sunday night at. L. Brooks];,-:chairman, of young'people three, members 'of" 'the, ''church. social and civic activities of the matter what you have' tried be- W, W. WhItehead of Savannah:,>

.convene at,5pJm.&t} :which;time 1:30 Pin ; Mrsy Edna,WUlIams Miss namel ..Mr.and.11'Mra..J. R. Johnson city will serve as. master,ot ceremonies fore._ GET EFFECTIVE FAST Georgia, will begin ,a five night -
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the Young :W onii' Attiiliary' ( ail< Thetiinual at'S Cup RaHjT, Primi-will ,Gloria'SiDglgton.. 'speaker; MIss and*James Moonhead, in the for the occasion. BACK witti: 'NEW snaring clinic revival# meeting at the Mt. CaLvary

present a prograinv: .t _, terminate! .adyGmvS: Theresa Singleton: clerk,and :Mrs.|! home .of; the ''Johnsons1'' at 2518 The program, is:being sponsored ally tested wonderful PARASMA Baptist 'Church in Fernan .
The closing ;service, which 'will live Bapttst Church on July 28 Ruth N.W. 9thCt.The tablets (foCow the-label avoid excessive ",
>hfllips sto -'. in the interest of the:
-acttog
.begin' at ojclodc,""wUl 6:3q
:- honor receivedmany contest between the leaders of PAY ONLY ,$1 at .' Rev. D. B. Barnes '
la pageant by the young' P 9Pk.' 1 N ')lleup! ,:will render a program Prayer meeting will be con., guest. pf : yourr drugist.ADVEKTISEKS pastor :

.An invitation has been: extended:: ,Ik_ 'fc'cTiiilfjtf.the.._We Dp Our Part "ducted Jtt the :Pfual hour The useful.giftk. A shrimp din. the districts. Leaders of the dis &#' of the Mt. Calvary Church "": C1 b /' !F, D. Shannon the Sunday Scl1OOI'wni be' ner was servecl..,Guest attending! Iricts,are:,Deaooa.Winie Mitchell, I .P ,! announced that all of'the services
.to'everyone; t0 \'stead: "the..........celebra- '"'>, .1"--::- Js :of. church and H. Cox and C. Crews. The contest FLO UDATAn'l' will, begia 1.ai 18
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tion. Rev. W. M jDummings is jpresid t. The pabUe: "bgeei ''Fevl.wM-.. ;by_;ih4ti_ Ref, ... :..W.... M. were member :p.m:.nightly/ The"-1
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THE FLORIDA STAG
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I, : ,' News Of.. Interest. From All Sections Of lea utiful _Florida "4t I




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1 '; WIFE STABS HUBBY

i 1 -. .Putnam 'County News i :1 I Observation Tower Dedicate ; SEEN WITH ANOTHER S Eteej.

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f: l ; WOMAN IN GRILLA V !

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0 '.I young married man told police !
-' '" 608 Madison Street Palaika. Florida Ttfatet r'I

;:';.,j Phone East 5.3025 he :was suddenly pounced upon I I

1 f end by his wife as he sat In an If we spent Many week-en
I with Hank's mother and dad iew
Ashley Strfeet grill talking with I'd
afraid
I'm
the farm,
For The Week
A
Thought
1 s I ,' ___I1x .nother around midnight right out ef a models
friend Is ,than fighting enemy." '' woman I.n
A silent worse a ; i. zyn a __ Hank's mother is a bet (
i .' Ja 't Saturday July 13. than I can ever hope te '

Number: 1 Usher Boanof Shfloh Baptist Church celebrated its Nathaniel Cooper 20, 929 W. t 'We started the day with WI
x and th
night la the main auditorium of I dues .f strawberries
thirty sixth Anniversary Monday ; ... rolls with ham an
Duval Street told police he was hot etonamon
the church at which time deacon: Amos Sermon.also celebrated life wS ; "Yon flbeaMnt have rotU

j fifteenth anniversary as president of the board. sitting in the grill holding a conversation 1Qr r. tQ m l theM rolIs- .
; with another woman keJp ID3JUtf tot
Avery- unique program was .

rendered with Mrs. Dorothy Mor. K. Bagsdale and Mrs C. A. when 'his wife Gardenia Cooper, .ell"J dada'er

ton serving as Mistress of Cere- Young spent a very pleasant day 18, came in and stabbed him. He I'IfIIIItI

monies. The main address was Tuesday at Crescent QtJ'. beach. was taken to Duval Medical Cen- __ }go a** this lust toe
Old of...Aeeeeae men
delivered by Rev. T. J. Alston The friends of Mrs. John J. :':::.:rr,, h,,..: ..;!.:Y. Y.: i;5...:. ::' ter in a cab by his brother. ...H.strawberries
fv.; ;;<
was introduced deacon will _____ ._ .b'aocwawAiwaG. sfce showed n
who by Courtney of 1401 Lemon St. '""'"-'w.w."" ''' .y I Witnesses to the stabbing were tel'

f E. J; Vreec. Several boards of be glad to know that'.he is Robert Lee Cooper 929 W. Duval her pri e a bie chfreexcr. RCrlpoel
: TOWER DEDICATED Platform guest for the dedication ceremonies of thf'new' Civil Defense l
the city were present and very convalesciajr after being in for Street and Charlie Bell Jr. 513 It wt
which held in the Moncrlef Elementary School Auditorium
Ground .Observer Corps tower was
refreshing was served in really' a lIetuloaded
.repast several days. W. Beaver Street. ,
after the are pictured here. From left are: Fete House; D. W. Perkins, Harry A. Wasson, W. A. Weat&e with hifieauUful
church dining 'room t
the ,' ford, E. "W. Thompson, Lt. CoL Floyd P. Whltlo, MaJ F. A. Dcrovln, MaJ. James M. KeB4rIek, Patrolmen W. H. Harris andJ. band >> (

; program. Mr. and Mrs Walter Andersonare Jesse W. Word and XL M. Hurley. J. Doe investigated. rolls roastin,fryei

the proud parents of a baby and

t Tie many 'friends... of Mr. and son named RonaldeQ Kenne aIs" w her chickens own fr floe

Mrs. Wliflam "'BroM Anderson, aDd tegetabh

formerly of Palatka but now of from her gas

Oakland Calif. are glad to see dtcn. She premised all the SWA*
Mrs. Kabel-Harvey was a very eera we could eat for lunch, ale&
them They are the guests of lovely hostess last Saturday at Oi1. with. fried chicken.weUJ .

Mr. Anderson's parents. They are a lawn party held at her home. i'ETY41P Hank polished off fo*
} accompanied by their two daugh r ears u corn in no time and &
} The affair was given in 'honorof dared he never knew frozen cor
terse Mrs. Anderson is the former Mrs. Viola Simpkins Spencerof .a. y cenSi! taste to fresh. s. then I
Pauline Bell ---- was his turn to inspect the frtei
N.,J. and Mrs.,Geneva Nelson,
the Uniwtal-lnternational production er while Dad told him howq..W Us .
of New York qty,'Those present AptUt. 'All BoatoflJfh stars Jeff Chandler,George Nader,Lex blast-freeze fan works.

Mrs Lterfo Canady. had as herhouse' to enjoy the.event were- ,!.Mr. and ...:- .,Away kcr.and Julia.A t '- I "Y u see, Hank" he said, -tb

g i'lili weefcsad ,her Mrs. C. Hall, Mr. and }bit Roger Kkss:; 1ft1rlfeol people Mare adapted i
sister,and brothler-in-law Mr.. and Mir press proven by commercial foi
McCloud and
Mrs Gilyard
This switch the freaj
freezers. n (
:Mrs. B. J."Hopson of DOaald on- Green Mr. Charles HaynesMr.. : :M was light Lt. Dave MacDougall walked slowly down I. turns en the fan, and a signs]

yule, Ga. and Mrs. E. J. Vreen JtW. Ber. the almost-deserted,p ier.: Back at the gate, he had left his A light shews it'e eperttiaf'Mothei
Mrs Nadine ad' tttle Robbie: can frees feed 1Dttnt twin
nice Watkins; Clarence Wife Like all attack transports *
ship.
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Now.. .Ji LeW as fast In tike Utse-f reece bastui
Mrs. Effle Banks returned to Ryles, Mr. E. D. Hampton.Mr. ,her job was to carry a corn- and that's way it tastes tneku.,.
C. 8. Bkton and 't&e a gray ghost Ac loomed l tat battalion of some 1.400 men Even If I do have to trim eff I
Miami Sunday night after a Very Henry_Page. Mrt out of the darkness at VI far end a!and land them in the lap of the couple of pounds for the camextl

pleasant visit heir with her nand Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bel_. of'the pier the UJSJS. Belinda 'E nervy a, wee e nd with food like that

daugkter-ln-Jaw Mr. and Mrs. her-sides freshly painted her decks her "You will learn how to accom- was worth its!
new
superstructure
Otis Banks. Mrs. Banks aceom- LCVP's. lish this," be leveled his eyes
covered with squat !
Mrs. Janie Bell Williams touredto but if
'easily, I hope you preferas
panted her mother In.law back to Lacouchee, Florida to the "Sailin on her, Captain?" _- painfully as you wish. 4'v /

Miami for a weeks visit. wedding of her niece, Miss Celes- Startled, Dave looked up. An At 0630 the .Belinda started WOBSPROGRAM

tine Spells old dock worker carrying a lunch J ler shakedown cruise destina-
pail had come alongside. i:ion Pearl Harbor and no sooner SCHEDULE
Mr. and Mrs.Dantel Savage Sr. lid Captain Hawks step onto the
Mrs. Mercedes Carr returned toPalatka. "Wrong rank oldtin er. I'm a (
returned to the city shortly after lieutenant 'I ridge than he set about to separate : .
from San Francisco
Calif last Monday after visitingher visiting relatives: and.friends. inQultma..n But the old man persisted."Wasn't 1>ers.Ordering the salts a from course the,degrees
sister. She was accompaniedby Thomasville and Cairo, you captain of the* port, followed by 90 degrees star. ship." ItU2iU 6:05- 7ih News Heaven's& Road Weather(Deacon
: Roomer j he sent the Belinda careening Grace
Georgia. xiard regained )
her small niece and nephew MacDougall
+ all boats the bruised I.VO7:03 News Weather
Yes.Dave nodded but that was j across the ocean rolling one came. "Ungripe
Rose and Richard. barked/"Lower boatsto consciousness. l..,3- IIU Alornlnc Capers (Bob
the Merchant Marine. T. get in 'ray then another: loudspeaker Hudson
the Navy he had had to give up bid) stuff to experienced the rail." Climbing into the Walking in, Captain Hawks set ':uO- 83 News Weather).
It
was the boat officers unhooked locker. "I'm glad .. ,
two stripes. LCVP's, his cap atop a .3- :UU Morning Capers (Bob
The friends of Mrs. Willie I SETS.BATTING RECORD chiefs like 1'.appy.'Moran and the bows. Then tho deck you didn't choose to go back to Uudkoa "
many .The old man leaned ever a fen- Boats Torgeson. who instructed the operators to he said. f:941- ,:.J News Weather
signaled ,
chiefs
shore hospital
Mae Trapp will be glad to know TALLAHASSEE Robert Jos- der and pressed his ear against ,leek crews how to gripe down the the winches.The coxswains the '.-lJ-I.:.. unpin' Show (Jo&onjr&baw

that she is convalescing after eph of,Panama City had a batting ::', the*Belinda-. hull. "Y p," he big LCVP'but moat of the crew lower revved up the engines. Then the Dave nodded "I'll be fine here. ," 1.oe-UIJ News)At Weather .
undergoing surgery in the Flagler average of .376 for the Florida A smiled "she's still talkinVDave started lure 'ng'to'the raiL And loudspeakers barked again sir" .. ; 1':13-IIu. Gospel Train No. 1 (D.acoaGrace
down to the crew's mesa,Lt.Jackson "Now I use seaman- ) .
this thought the man daft. "Away all boats. Away. can your
Hospital at St. Augustine Fla. and M University Rattlers the new supply officer went ship for the benefit of myself and 11UU-ilU3 News & Weather
1rs.VlWe Lee Vreen, Mrs B. spring. "Don't Jangh,. boy,""came a sliding back and forth on his "Well, sir," MacDougall reported my ship." LlU-12oo Gokpel Grace)Irain No. 1 (D.ac.a

frown. ""Listen yourself. rump, learning the hard way that "it took some doing but Dave didn't understand, but IZ:00-12:05 Local Mews (Yvonne
Dave leaned over. By gad, the decks on ships ,are not to be we finally got them away." Both Daniels)

You Don't Have to Go to Town to. Get old 'man was right! There were waxed. Captain Hawk's face was grim. Hawks Quigley quickly the executive explained.officer and LZ.15lN 12IS-12:1S Jot Noontime Mart Tunetime(Yvonne Duels)

\ sounds comic: from the hull By the end of five days with "Yes-in exactly one hour and Harrison the navigator were toe (Yvonne Daniels)
strange whispering sounds.Then Pearl Harbor in sight, most of forty-three minutes." inexperienced to be depended on. 1M- 1:13 News Weather
lW2H Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
suddenly, he remembered. had become to Hawks
PRICES the crew adjusted When trouble came. Grace)
LOW \' "They're just locked-in stresses sea duty, but unfortunately the They tried again the next day, needed a real sailor on the bridgt. 2:.f- 2:13 News Weather
:1 same' couldn't be said for the this time with troops.TheLCVP's 2iJ3:0. Gospel Train No. 2 (DeaconGrace
: '0 working out."Happens- in a part- officers. < splashed into the water, just as "But but I'm. boat commander )
1 welded hull. Dave *- J. 3M- 3:13 News Weather
On Your and then after the loudspeakers ; pry
before
,, .:.-j The old mans eyes were on the "For the present," Captain. barked "Man your de- "Be practical, -on'tbe 3:134M ."Shaw' pln') Show (Johnny

'. Belinda now. "She's a good ship Hawks told MacDougall on the bark stations," the soldiers came able to clir. for .:tt- 4:11 News A Weather
l I ; DRUG STORE NEEDS -a fortunate ship."he patted her bridge that night "I will permit swarming over the Belinda' months." 4.- 3- I:" Jnatpln' Show (Johnny
hulL "She'll go far and shell only you. Mr. O'Bannion and decks to climb down the cargo Shaw)
5tt1:11 News Weather
I /; come home egain." Mr. Fraser to stand top watches. .-...-.ta- "But I. don't ,want .o lose my ft:033:45 Jonipln' Show (Johnny

: f I Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Dave was still thinking about You're with enough the only sea experience.officers aboard*.* "All boats away in thirty-five command.I M shook his head. Lt. SATUaDAY Shaw) SCUEDULK
: the old man's words when he minutes" MacDougall reported Hawks ,M- I:IZ Sign On
I turned in. He didn't sleep long. MacDougall wasn't worried "It's the best time yet." Sherwood would be the new boat IIZ- IU News Weather '
We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised At 0300 ths O.O.D.rapped on about his seamanship but being commander. "We all want thingsour 6s4740 Heaven's Read
"It's 1:11111S News Weather1:03.2N
\ his cabin door. Captain Jebediah boat group commander -' in Hawks was unimpressed." own way," he said bitterly."I Mernlnj Capers (Bob
In Your Local Papers Hawks had come aboard to take charge of launching the LCVP'swas I not good enough. wanted a cruiser command. II.....)
V command of the Belinda. All officers something else. The firsi; When they tried again the fol Well sir.I can get that commandb 1:10- t: 3 News Weather "
were to report Immediatelyto dry run was scheduled off Hawaii,: lowing day the seas were against making the Belinda the top 1:13:10 Moraine Un son) Capers (Bob

PHARMACY the wardroom. and two days after the Belinda them. Heavy waves pounded the APA in the fleet. and to do that, 1:11- 1:01 News A Weather
WOSl'S BIX1E checked out of Pearl Harbor,. in 9a3-UM ampin' Show (Johnny
: Sleep-tousled and half-dressed Captain Hawks held a briefing: landing craft as they roared to I need a real sailorman up thereon slaw)
_ Dave hurried down.Fraser,Quig- in wardro.9mwiUJ; lower their ramps on the beaches. the bridge with me.That,Mir 1040-1043 News Weather
1332 ICINGS ROAD MYRTLE AVtHUi ley. O'Bannion and the others wooden the modelS the th. Seeing one LCVP start to fIoun- ter, is where you come in." 1I:13-11H 0..1 Train N..1 Yves
CL :: patterns : der.MacDougall in the command Daniels)
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boats would follow in UK
t his Weather
landing boat headed over but just then a Captain Hawks picked up U40-1143 News *
w. ffeifrw w. Abe fIN AH De ftn' M.vNthsa. 1 prematurely, standing withpiercing gray hair and eyes a water, he said. gigantic wave broke over his head, hat. "For your information" he llO-U_ Gospel Daniels, Train) M*. 1 (Y.....

PAY( YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE chestful of campaign. ribbons was "I expect well be slow at first. sending him crashing up on the said"We're all through with dry UtI-Ua lcl News (Yvonne .
Captain.H wks. It might even take half an hour.'' shore. runs The next time we hoist out 1243-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Pinkie)

BIOS' AT OUR. STORE The captain got down to business Eagerly, the Belinda' crey r Four hours later in sick bay the boats" it'll be in enemy 12O5140 NoonUm TasutlatYvonno

at once. The Belinda was a awaited zero hour, and then i t his leg heavily bandaged. his face waters. 1# 143 News( Weather Daniels)
1tJ- 240 oeQtI Train H.. 2 (Tveaa

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r ZtJJII Saturday I...... (Johnny
-1 CARD OF THANKSThe BhMT*
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343.: 440 sateVy Session.(Johnny
G.il er family of the tote.,Mrs. Slaw. ) .
H Your Neighborhood Shopping 440. 4Of..* A Weather
Shirley Smith take ',&ls 443. ass atarday.tew) Session (Johnny

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method to thank their punyfriends 140. 143 News Weather
s:U- 3:45 Saturday Cession (Johnny;
for their coayfttegdng; 'rh.a hypocrite, first c&e* Claw) ,
SUXBAY 8CHKDULXC40. :
.0 ; Trade Near Where You live I Best Bargains Courteous Treatment- words of sympathy florals and the beam out of thine own tae mss oa
eye; and then shalt thou a :11:11 News VeAtaer44S.
14f Heaven's K.a4 (Deacon
deeds shown them during their
dearly to east the mote oiL e.. ana)

Furs ThaIC..raIe Wiik The c..IIiIy!,. bereavement. thy brother's eyev, (&:. BfaiJ 43730,.. Y43 Mews Heaven's* Weather toad (Deacon
Kith
Trade '
Signed Mrs. Mozene (keensaid thew 7,5.) Once)
IS* see Latintere GovpVl SA* MS40 ,
; Mrs Evelyn Austin It Is saI that to undcrafcn (Un ....- ---.r)
.... Is to 9M Bentttc Waters (eraJ
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that we ourselves are nol 13e- 140 Jax aertval Cater En.

withoat faults, and then to. ...1/. Biahop bake .5557). C. Jehnaoa I
-I-IIARIECU Tie led ii Jax try-with God's help-to correct be1.ke1 Heaven Fire G.- Stagers
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For. I be sympathetic ff, Herbert) j
f--H 1.a-UM Heavens Be&4 (OeaeoiGrace f
SINGLETON'SSUPERIOR : the weakness of others and it
Breakfast Lunch After ,the Movie Snacks OF THAMES be,in kindness and charity,of 1140.1143 Mew /4k Weather I
1143-1240 Heaven's Read (Deacon I
BARBECUE Golden Brown The family of the late Mrs help to them. Grace) ..
1240-1243 Mew Weather l
.. _, Fried Chicken Carrie Mercer who passed on 12x3.1101 Heaven's Read (Yvonne t
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i Specializing in RIbs and Chicken : Oysters Cod July 5th wishes to tfri V their \ 140 1tJ1:2e> IoU News Heaven's* Weather Read (Yvonn t

Shrimp Hmn. friends for the many floral ..ADD TlMOt. D sate!:) i t
ii No. Moncrfel Goad 1:311It Mt. Ararat Baptist CkurcbEev. i
33rd
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; "t PBONC EL 4-91 2 '. 1:10JIt Jafc* Gesrel ErvlewLkre I
Eggs Hot Cakes and act; of kindness. Special ( Gospel: fleecing) 1
2 -, Broad at Stele. Street 340. 440 Ge Ts Holy ShrteeMotheTKosa
1 Coffee Milk thanks to Rev_ L. D. Green Woods)
,PHGNC R. 4.97ft* >x 1=-- 540 CJ&1U'CJa.t God Inca:.'
.. __ French Fr. Potatoes and the E. W. Lawson F eraI Eider cur_ Beck .. '
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No. 4 700 Kodc W Asfeley Street-,*' .. l ,ilILLrY >>- PATRONIZE
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I ,Racial Bars Have: : Been IT Lifted In, Baltimore HoteI/




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I BRUTON AND MAYS tabulation was made. It was the

HOUSING PROBLEMS REMOVED 163rd bf his career, tops in the
LEAD IN TRIPLESMILWAUKEEBilly
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1 11 SPORTINglT I I majors.

I Mays and Bruton have set a

FOR AMEeiCAN LEAGUE TEAMS terrific pace in triples so far
B r u t o n
.. I this season, with Willie having

I .J. _,.;,j.::' '. By C. I'ARIIAM JL\SJN __ a:1dYillie Mays have passed 11 and Bruton 9; It gives Mays

BALTIMORE, Md.-When-,the news started- circulating that the j DON LARSEN, the "perfect| In tij left eye by'a batted softball Stan Musial as the best triples a lifetime frequency of one ,triple

color bar had been lifted In the Baltimore hotels It was received with Same' p;tcher In the 1956 World I j .:t a Buffalo N. Y. cty: play- hitter in the majors, counting every 13.7 game resulting from

great ovation by major league owners, managers and players. 9 v Series between* the New York 1 gro' (1. ITrde./a' former Niagara I!! *3 ;aCT"through S94c"WTHPp July 18.,5iK2BEl! I 54 three base hits in 689 games,

/ Racial__ bars___ were u ___ dropped by i J ,Yankees an dther Brooklyn Dodg University basketball star probe genes and Bruton an average offf 11.1

the Hotel- Association of Baltimore I GOLF COURSE SOLD 1 ers, yielded'tmiyNJ33 hits In' 180 abaly suffered a skull fracture, Stan Musial has hit only one resulting from 56 threebaggersin '

and the announcement was : triple up to July 18 when the last 665 games.
I TO BAR NEGROESFORT :hnlnjjH, for ,a 6.65 hit average doctors announced.

made by Harold L Fink, the association 4yF 'per game, lowest on the Yankee I THE SUGAR RAY-CARMEN

president. club last season. Don only wart BASILIO middleweight champion- And Don'ts
The Do's :
LAUDERDALE x \
officials
The action- was hailed by i 11 games for the Bombers: how- ship fight at Yankee Stadium

of the five American League ]municipally owned golf coursef 'er. Sept. 23 has been priced at $40,
\ Fort Lauderdale has been sold
teams with colored players. There THE FLORIDA A & M ; $30. $20 and $10. Tickets will go
1 Lo forX56200 rE.LMMNEMjK ifi .TYR FJS
a private organization +
has been a rift of long standing RATTLERS '.\\ill open the 1957 on sale Aug. 5 at Madison Square 7
and : ; rather: than ,abide by a '
between baseball's top men football season with an intersectional Garden. Mail orders will be ac
i j Federal court's ruling that Negroes
the hotels. classic against the North cepted. James D. Norris presi-
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4 much glee were the. Chicago 1 facilities The city commission voted on t QUEEN Olr THE COURTS,I,..Uassee.ALSTON:: Club; said 'h.:''anticipates 375,000 _

t White Sox, .Cleveland Indians, 'the action against the advice and Althea Gibson, who capped her ,GENE HOWARD, out- seats will be available, making it j cy _

Kansas City .Athletics, Washington 'wishes of Democrat Mayor JohnV. lcnjj battle for tennis recognitionby I fielder-catcher of ,the New York the largest closed circuit programin .1 I

Senators and the New York .. Yankees has had a brilliant baseball boxing history. I
Russell and Republican Commissioner i \rl iV a's sjles::;
t Yankees. All of these teams have career- 195 9. ,;Muskegon, 'G- THE .JACKSON STATE COLLEGE
Ef'.wacd H. Johns. The crown atYtmblr1 .n, En"=!a-id 1 k. :: i.
been greatly criticized for con- 54 AB 184'R22 .& 2 HR9 TIGERS will the
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called the.sale of the all r. ;. I->r her next graL She is
park"a
Boning'j jim-crpwism in an age of' mayor step backward ,in solving our non: ** i''t11' -.vaff? to *. iptuKnj? ; RBTs-42;' BA-383;-195132 football season against Mississippi

growing racial"amity. -- Binghamton':- In Military Industrial College Sept. 21 Sept.
the atonal Singles Championships -
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'General Manager Hank Greenberg Service;;1953 Kansas City--G 28, Prairie View. Oct. 5, Mississippi -
t at Forest Hills. Her goodwill -
'accepted fect'he said, of allowing 'a hand s.L
of,the Cleveland .' : ful of Negro citizens to force the tour for the State Department 139; AB4971: ;'R-58i H-142; 2B Vocational College; Oct. 21, "w ,

,the news of the policy sale of a million dollar" facility for primed her for the British -22; .3Br-9; _HR-. 10; :.BBrs-10; Alcorn A & M'College; Oct. 26,

I change with words of gratitude. $560,000. victory. At 29,.Althea has reached BA-286; : 9W "' :rmonto--a-=: Xavier University (Homecoming);

'Tin very liappy about it,/.andI&ankjfulJtfc the peak.of her, game and Is now 138- ; AB-497; -78; H-164; Nov. 2, Grambling College; Nov.

eyerypne. who .flayed The ,purchasers of tlie' "course: rateoV .the. best In the amateur; 2B_.-21;," Bi6: ; HRr-22,... _; RBTs, 9, Texas Southern University;

a', PIn in bringing it about was the Fort. Lauderdale' r- Mersa.Golf ranks 'ManY offers have been I 109; BA330; 1955 New York Nov. 16, Kentucky State. Miles

': 'every other city in the two Association.r' .** made for her to 'enter the pro'raiiks Yankees- -97; AB-279; R- Wiley and Tougaloo were dropped 1 .

loops, colored and white players Federal Judge Joseph. P. XJteb bat up t onow she Is stffl 33.,; H-81; 2B.-8; 3B,-7; HR-, from the 1957 schedule.

live together. The same'Is true recently. ruled' the course must be In amateur ranks.SINATRA .' e 10; RBTs-43;' BA-.290-1956; FRED JAMES 210 pound Boiling -

in the National Footbal1 League. opened. to Negroes.JEFFERSON' Yankees-G-98; AB-290; R- ,Air Base fullback, has signed

Only In Baltimore do visiting, pro 35; H-76; 2B:8; 3B-3; HRH; with the Chicago Cardinals professional

football teams have to separate POOL BOWS RBTs-34;'BA262.: World Series football team. James .

theirs players according to race. Record 1955, 'N. Y -G-7; AB- starred in basketball, track and

The White Sox will be the first SLATES FINALSWIMMING OUT OF PICTUREHOLLYWOODFrank 26; R 3; H2; 0; 3B-0; football at North Carolina College

appear COURSEThe HR-1; RBTs 3; BA-.192-1956; and then at Boiling. Last year

In Baltimore under the revised N. Y -G-1;'AB-6; B--l; H-2; he averaged 6.0 yards per carry

plan. It 18.certain that Sinatra 2B-1; 38-0; HR-1; RBrs-1; and tallied nine touchdowns.

Minnie :Mlnoso Larry Doby and third and final three-week "'The Crooner" has given up all BA .400. :M," -.. L _---
session of adult ideas of the Archie r'rFELK MANTILLA B ILL Y
Earl Battey will live with the private swimming promoting LEON COLLIER, of West Palm I

rest of the team while In Baltt'more. lessons will begin Tuesday July Moore-Tony Anthony title fight In Beach made 82 of 138 free throw BRUTON of the Milwaukee oA---: .b

Following the White Sox 30 at the Jefferson Street swim- order to stay clear of a contro- attempts for:, 'the 1956-57 SILO Braves were injured at Pittsburghand

Into Baltimore will be the Cleve- ming pool beginning.at 9:30 p.m. very that is brewing over the basketball champions of. FloridaA both will be out of action

land Indians. and the Kansas City Private classes are held every promotion of the fight. & M University. from eight to ten days the doc- "YOU'RE HIS HERO, SO WATCH YOUR CONDUCT"

Athletics. Tuesday Thursday and Friday Sinatra had gone far enough to NATIONAL LEAGUE BASE- tors announced. Both players' suffered -

Except for the Yankees all the nights at 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. and line up a $70,000 television deal BALL PARKS: Brooklyn-Ebbets knee' injuries. Bruton and

American League clubs put up at Sundays from 5:30 lo 6:30 pmPersons with the American Broadcasting Field-Capacity, 32,111; Cincin- Mantilla had a collision while

the Lord Baltimore. The Yankees passing the course- will Company but he withdrew from nati-Crosley Field-Capacity, '30- chasing a fly ball.

housed at the Emerson. receive American Red Cross swimming the promotion and handed it JOHNNY SHAW.
are 000; Pittsburgh-Forbes Field Capacity JOE LOUIS former heavy-
Aside from the Chicago White certificates. over to the Hollywood Legion :
33,730; Philadelphia-Con of the
i weight boxing champion
Persons registered in the Stadium and the auditorium
course Olympic
of Minoso and
Sox tan trio Doby
ale Mack 33-
Stadium Capacity, world has RecordCorporation's .
joined Mercury
Battey the Indians have Al are: Mrs. Johnnie K. Morris Mrs. rather than become involved AND"lumpin' .
000; SL Doris Wise, Mrs. Altamese in a wrangle'with them.
Raines The Athletics -
Larry
Smith ; b-I Capacity, 32,965 J New York-Polo staff. While traveling to different
Vic Power and Hector ,erts Mrs. Anice Williams, The.two groups were protestingSinatra's
Grounds, 55,000; Milwaukee Coun- parts of the U. S. he will have
Yankees-Elston Howardand Gloria H. Johnson Mrs. Linda entry into the promotion
Lopez; I ty Stadium, 43,768. With
the the
opportunity to display Johnny"CONING
Harry Simpson; Washington B. Mitchell, Mrs. Bernice Cald- field and were fighting him before :
i JOHN WESLEY COVINGTON
Senators-Julio Becquer.The Boston well, Mrs. Grace VTneson, Mrs. the State Athletic commis recordings among' disc Jockeys,
who was known around Jacksonville -
Pearlie Scarbough, Mrs. Fleet sion. The singer made them a dealers, and jukebox operators.
Red Sox and Detroit Tigers
'Teat'was born in Lauren'burg. .
.as YOUR WAY
the future
never had colored players. Alexander, Mrs. L. Mazeke, Mrs. gift of the bout and now they are Sometime In near
North Carolina March 27,
,
of the Arthur Bell Flagg, Mrs. W. T. going to stage it as a Joint pro. Mercury is planning to release 'tf.

Southern Fink general Hotel said manager the "limited Smiley, Mrs T. H. Brooks Mrs. motion SepWvll. 1932 to, the made major the jump'leagues.from He ClassA wona an called album"Keeping by Joe Physically Louis which Fit"Is 9:00 -' 10:00 A. M. :| i"

number" conditions are explained Irine Griffin. The bout. will be fought at
ball game for the Braves with Included in the 'album will be a ,
Mrs. Llriconyer Ward, Mrs. either the Los Angeles Angels :. .
in this
manner
"Hie Association decided to accePt Margaret Starkes, Mrs. Queen ball park or .at Gilmore Wrigleyfield his from first then major on he proved league his hit worthas and booklet on the fundamentals of 3:00 6:00 P. M. I

Esther; James, :Mrs. Juanita Gibbs home of the HollywoodStars. boxing.
visitingcolored: players on
a left field replacement and
:Mrs. Fay Helms, Mrs. Barbara ROY HARRIS, the young
the baseball'.clubs and delegatesto ,
pinch hitter. He was the legaue'aleading "
established conventions meet- I Banks, Mrs. James Rawls, Mrs. Sinatra said: "I didn't go Into schoolteacher from Cut and Shoot .
hitter those .
Ralph Mitchell, Mrs. Alvenia RI- this for.the money,'I just wantedto pinch among Texas, who was named "Boxer of
;ring in the city. "As far as the I I who were called off the bench 25 Monday Thru Saturday _/ ;
ley Mrs. Thelma Jackson, Mrs. show that Los Angeles could the Month" after his overwhelming ,
acceptance of other patrons is or' more times. On 31 occasions .' '
Emma Smith Miss Golson stage world title victory Willie Pastranoof
Joyce fights. over :
concerned, it. will be a matter Wes was given one of the game'stoughest ... :
Miss Hariette Golson Miss Evelyn Athletic Board Chairman Dan New Orleans has agreed to OVER
left to the discretion of the individual assignments and 10
Palmer Miss Gladys Palmer, Mrs Kilroy added that Sinatra "didn't fight Pastrano In a return match. .
hotels. times 'he fulfilled his mission for '
Sadie Braxton, Juanita Harper:, want to be engaged any controversy The bout,will be staged in Miami
He Indicated that the new an average of ,.323. The power- :
S. J. Muldrew Wilson ." Beach 20. '
Ernest August
policy will also be In effect when fully bUUt"hitter'broke into base-
'1 H. O. Kelly Jimmy Burris, Percy COACHES EARL KITCHENSof WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S
housing ath-
visiting professional
ball at Eau'Clalre trr 1952 and hit

y)letic teams in other sports as well Parsons, Bobby Hall, James E. AARON WAGES .320 with,.24,; 84i e, nina and 99 Matthew W Gilbert High .
Clarence Simon ;
1 Thompson Flagg School and James P. -Small of .
;,as visiting' college teams. runs .batt. d. IlL He played 42
." Hall, Herman Griffin Alien Fisher BATTLE WITH STAN New Stanton will be looking over
games ,at EvansvQleP the next ONLY ALL NEGRO
: Jimmy Walker, Eugene Hurter their hands soon to.see what they
COACHES SELECTED season and '.was called into the
Jonah Seaman,. Ralph Mitchell, .. can discover. The time is not ,too
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-Wed >reterneb baseball
Army. >fox PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
:FOR :ALL-STAR'.GAMES: Joe Hopkins, ''Bobby Han Clifford MILWAUKEE-Hank Aaron is far off before they will have, to
in. 1955.'with Jacksonville of the
Grimes and Eddie Brown. giving Stan '(The Man) Musial a start mapping their strategy
E South'' Atlantic League where he ,
> .'The head coaches for the Fifth, Swimming certificates will be real battle for the batting title. led the league with a ..325 batting building a team to match the -13&O' ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"Almost1verybody

:Annual ''Basketball and Football issued Sunday, July 28, at 6 pjn. One day Hank is on top and the average. One of his most talkedof strategy,. The question is, how

All-Star I games of ,the Florida next day it is Musial on top. It feats was t hitting three home badly were they hurt because of .

Znterschblastic Athletic Association Is very ,interesting to have some graduation.
School Palmetto, for football .and runs in one game, one over the I
to be played in: Orlando and 'of the best stars in the business left field center :field and right .. '
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Lee R Perry, coach at Northwestern : \ ,
DeLand slated for August 1-2 High School., Miami, basketball give- their appraisal of the yo D.gstars' field walls and five hits In a "
have been named.
double header-four homers anda

They rare: Robert Janes of The names of the assistant Red.Schoendfest. one d the top double. He Is sUU-nttting them '
Lincoln School basket-
.High for coaches and players will be announced performers over the years comes high wide and handsome for the .' '<
ball and Permon E. Martin of I Milwaukee Braves.. .
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later. out boldly with the statement ''' :1,
t Douglas High. Live.. Oak for foot.Ybau. BOBBY BOYD of Chicago and ,, ," _. .
His team has oeen conference -- i iWhOiS
Willie Vaughn of Los Angeles '

champions for two years- have signed for a 10(-round middleweight '5' 5 '

North. bout'in.St..Nicholas Arena Anybody. 0 :

If The Southerners will be, led by Friday' night,- August, 2.

: AOceh Hepburn, Lincoln Memorial .
-,. THE HARLEM: GLOBETROT
TEES received sad news PrefersGORDDHSLpndon -
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Watch I 1tN-41.f._. T1CULTURH they .were informedof an eye Injury .w

: This Clown es 'I MIIi n to ;their: ,'star player,; Charley
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;> CHIPS' IfF THE HOCK membership of the church sport jackets.-' ': j, ". .-
'Paula of Jacksonville Want Transportation? Fireproof RITZ THEATRE Fir: Rm .
11JAY,:JAY and aided and abbetted by the ; Williams, I .
"Brotherhood" will be Rev. M. M. and Miamf normally a talkative Need FinandegT 4m NOW PLAYING .. i-

Most of the citizens on the Lindsey.. He will be seconded by person but she has more to say finance you myself RORY CALHOUN MAX BAER # ... ,..' '

other side of Ute trades "Mr. former EWC president: William now. The Miami school teacher Some Models with No Dn. t_ (Former Heavyweight Champ) f1 ':]X}
and her also a school'hae .
mother '
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Charlie and debt, use binds for B. Paymt. Low .Rates. Can IN .. .
Recently Sam and us this fight two. things shouldbe marm, Just ,returned from'i. '':: 1 :.1 '0

have pleasure.been trying to buy boats kept in mind. One. Nichols a trip"- to: ,Europe. The. man: of the] TROY HOLTXCLAWEV ,, "UTAH ELAINE"AND :'

for = We need is the Bishop testing the laws house Prof. Charles' Williams, 9-0521 f.. .,
and It ate't pleasure. .
made in the historic 1956 sessionsin principal of BookerT.. Washington ., (
and out of our
them to get to HELL CATS OF THE NAVY" .
castles. la fact the entire western Miami. It.ls ironic that, the High School spent his summer .
.* section of this man's* town re. first test of these laws should ", on the. gorch of bin King- -' :;'S-:::" c

sembles the Nile River Basin dor. come In. Florida. Other Bishops Road home" watching the cars go Wanted -... Beauty Operator 'STARTS. SUNDAY,'. .JULY 26 .. ... ,. ,:l:..,.i.=..,. ':; .

*- Ing flood tide.Regardless axe sitting back awaiting the Ii by. -V- : FREDA'S BEAUTY SALON 1- "BUCKSKIN LADY" ..':,: :rS $

61* of bow much we verdict. U ,he is acquitted the' '" -3.:C. Holland jito' :beets'admitted 2271 W. 45th Street AND
work done by the delegates in tothe ''IJaarfc About Fishing 4
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yelp, the honorable city officials Business Phone, PO9209 '
Miami was. for naught and the Club". He-diked ,W heads off JEFF CHANDLER -

: 1 refuse is the water to hear in our the cries.streets Not ruinous only aide line watching prelates will about his fishing lucft and showed Residence Phone EL'f.1U5 .''TATTERED DRESS"ULTRA .

t to our white. side wall tires but follow in Nichols footsteps 'in all types ,of fishing licenses. We MRS. ALFREDA LEE, Prop. ..,:. ,

it is rather unhealthy. Another handling their districts. Secondly, haven't seen the fish yet.
. even if Lindsey had not presented
little thought of item'is the fact
charges against the Bishop, the
this same lack of drainage and MED SHRIMP lb 59c l
General Board, of the church was. c.J -g/oJ
paved streets forces, _us to. purchase
prepared to do'e same. Fight (Limited Amount)
homes in subdrvisioBs only.
YM fans are converging Jacksonville SPOTS lb. 29c
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All 'total.we' are:just caught in
and the scrap promises to* Virginia Red FinCROAKERS
A Ov ot 2ho Po*.i Cap _tothose I the web offer than the 'Jackson.
,: .nftfuimnjAmericans yo1 There have been some changes more lb. 29c
I Patterson bout,,May the best man .
who asst.1otn "
/ : .made in the Silver Stor TheGleans Medium
& '.'country anfi Varhetteri 'c01IUluaaJQ e1rp'in charge of ,the entire win.
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a >Ueo to which U ttro BRED BASS lb. 39c,
business. 'We don't know what 'About Town: For some real
.... serious art* Baron :Me.Load's JKcdtem
tt'" -- happened. but *de say" that the stop by
2 I Contract held Taylor 'place in the. 700Block.Baron ; FLOUNDER :Ib. 3Sc
by Raymond .
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I' t ;k:1r Jt. ; was"broken :and operation of the operates', the "Congo". i< ii n&o ,

ftItI 'place pteraed' the, owners. Louise Guiayard, :former girl :SNAPPER -lb.;: 49c
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ii' PIk :.! Nip 'Darby Is' : extending hisvacation ,Friday ,at --the STAR sent us a .Red*Snapper "

f' ".' ':and< is Utill cn.ihe; ecene. card. fromSouth' Carolina. Louise :
'. ,,;" to{ r with her :FILLETS lb. 59c.
.' ';' Y 'YTWI Nip is.1a 'local b\jyftoaktog good is spending while/ t
'x': i.1 in Miami. family. ? Willie Richardson Uf ..sp Jdecl" '

";'" #'"" I! Toatjjht :the,Nerow. wffl+ gather !r11 g.:things out .alone while his' OUr : ::.Jb. 49cj -'L

I.I at the DuyBl 'Oep r iraaory, to madam :and daughter visits in :' e., ""' ... i" "? -
find oiiVhja\geB! !>> happen New. York.Another .- Jjiu Er e lb.29c ;:
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"Next Time I Seft''Te.". Nose ; good man fell by the" ; ti"1 :}1
other thaa 'little Jwlor Parker wayside Isiah "Cap'* Pinkncy {SelectOTSTEKS- *&&M"''>?. ".

win a 'peaty.State at. the' fckct .and.. tied the. knot with a young lady {.- : r n <|7 pi $115. [ ,.: .. ..

'.' 'az torlat. '" ? from.per'*ftdl"8. Wish the-newlyWeds .,Fr ..hwater"f Y K
: Juc c.Ethel'Cook was telling ,,,.....
-Senior t Last week the STAR carried aneditorial CATFISH Ib. 49q -' -< ; ; '
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NCTTvStanton Ifi concevsJeg con& Uonz in us that ,'she:; will not survive the

"','Pepsi; Cola Dealers and "7' I ,our neighboring: Nassau County.Maay Wlnter.SDOW8.From: the way'sher, Free }Parking;:Space \ -t. f .

Prpsl Cola Bottling Lewis:;Oo, iC; of you may Jiave scoffed talks another ,Spring' will notcatch ,Side i l1rlearSEAfO.OD/; t ,S.; ) ::. : > it ,;:
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lor class. Be Isan honor .
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student'and
a said Ilfee+ same ;thing until.1! saw so 7 had. to go '''and see for my n r {.,. :Y"'s.t'T.
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the .Audio Visual Aids : .
: a .motorist. In front of, Ins Bulled self. ,I was not disappointed. Miss .ti.tITtB: ..r 3f' t: a4T h "irrwYr.'p.4i

."Club... ..' ,. ,t E' down-. .T&e was -definitely: Inside Mulzenla Hardman is all the boys .. .. i
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of the speed limit. .Ill bet a said. Instead of ,going West, I iii' : .

breakdown 'of the cases In the think I'm: going East and see if .tatws. ,for.. RestFURNISHED
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.,, ''',... : majority of the arrests are' are in the East. -Rooms for rent.
'r.".:. >; Negroes Susie Foster;! spent a few days ::Small room $4.50: large room, :,4 ...24.r ,. V .
;. The eyes of the AME Church ,with her husband Willie last $6.75.; Single -man or m.a.rr1ed'l >. Y7 al.

.:..>... i I" : \t. ,, will be focused ion Jacksonville ;'week. Susie said that before long II'I I! couple'desired. Phone EL 51109or : : !?,

".. ''':..:;1-'. '. come.1danday..A: knock 'em down she may return here to live. New :;EL 5-0847 S
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rt In one corner representingthe Fellows at, the ,Country Club Apts. !Per RIit '..
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past and the majority of the told,Freddie Brown and.Josh '11111t -' ",-,,:.:."'', ''.;<:?w'' '
i. f Bishops will be D. Ward Nichols.In man,.JI :the car Jnislness must MODERNI, htnlshedl. apt. Phone .' ; :: "'<'/ :: : :} # =;

be 'these Both EL 5.7882 rafter."_12: Sat. ; ;. .
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the other corner wearing mighty good ,. pin .. ,",
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Tribute Is paid to Henry

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class. He Is an honor stu. '
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chosen artist of the week color ksidoa::;and todny .4.
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three times. He plans to yon can look in yoar ....ll. 1 -
enter Dillard University and see the purl'. I s.trou .

and major In Art Educes colt".Masan by.models like

tion. this fst seas Seamy here!Yes with' ;, .

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CoagratulatioHS from Pepsi ,I tvY'L .I .,
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'I Award salutations on P.psi box MWiwa--\aft. *brei ter 'mote ,cha. ""5I i
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