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Title:
Florida star
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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:
August 24, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Material Information

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:
August 24, 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:
UF00028362:00337

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Preceded by:
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t of the trial court would not give
morale of the Negro policemen was reported to be at a very CLEVELAND- The appeal,of
him a fair trial He_was overruled.
,low,ebb as a result of what has been described as 'Very unsavory" Bishop E. Ward Nichols,who was
2. Because in advance of the
conditions ,in the Negro division. suspended on four counts of violation trial certain members of the court
: One of the reasons attributed to kP
establishment and ripped locks of Church Discipline, to the had.openly nade'tatements_ indicating wx ti, '. k. >x

the low morale among the Negro off doors. I i AME Judicial Council has been that tbeir minds already.
patrolmen is the fact that after
five years none of the men have One operator whose establish- set for Cleveland,'Sept. 4th, in the made up as i tothis,\ case. P
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ment had been the target of frequent 3. Because relatives of the trial '
/ been promoted, but instead have Hoilenden Hotel.
raids in past months ex- :;} ;
court.were appointed to office and
been forced to work under white '
Space has been reserved there
pressed the feeling that he was
brought>> long,distances to serve.
sergeants, some of whom have ; E o.e
being'unduly persecuted becauseone for the entire weekend, wednesday -
less academic training than the 4. Because -the trial court losta ;
_ of the, raids yielded severalold through Saturday.IT listof his witnesses and refused
majority of the Negro officers. t : k
: bolita slips. IS HOPED the will not '' *' !
It was further pointed out that case thenrpermissidrt i to testify.
It'was out however
,, pointed 'I
t:there-seems to be no plausible exficers take long, a council spokesman 5. Becaus officersof the trial
thak,8 numbei Of places which
cu for'.notrii Pg geNegro.o co underthe, ? Jurisdiction of the siriee.this"ia n"b eo'" : cotiff j b Eould'Tiave" disqualifiedthen&felyes. .,
other than the fact that Is'"said '' ztI
department and are widely knownas An appeals body, it ,
every other white policeman bolita gambling agencies are would not rehear'' testimony but I' 6. ,Because"the technical chargesof

yearns' to come (o the colored permitted operate unmolested.a listen to arguments of lawyers on yrhich lie is alleged to have 4F
area, labeled "the Garden ofEden" :
.' local establishment and in the both sides as to whether: been guilty concerned incidents jg
where the "pkkin's is
which occurred before the new
course of their search smashed in
1. The Florida trial court actedin
easy. panels, broke open closets in the 1956 church regulations were
The failure to promote any of I 1 accordance with church law. printed and distributed in Febru-

the Negro policemen to the '. ,
post STAB WOUNDS FATALTO 2. The'record showed sufficient ary, 1957. I

of sergeant after these many years evidence- convict. SITTING'.WITH Judge Jacksonon .,... #A.e.A.M.. ......:..n C. ..4....w..6n...A. r....w w... .-.w
.is of the situations that MAN COLLECTING
one Mayor
The council has authority to review -: the high council, will be the
Haydon Burns is being held responsible A PAST DUE DEBT following ** NEW TEACHERS FETED'The Education Commmittee of Jacksonville, Chamber of Commen
the action of the lower court, : -
for, and as a'result, will welcomed new Negro teachers to the city and the school system with an affair at the Afro-Americ*
to revise it, sustain it, or order a Rev. J. P. Q..Wallace, Indian-
be one of the issues the Negro Elmer Howard, 26, 763 North Insurance Company's new home office building. Remarks were made by members of the Chamber

voters will face him with when Street Court is dead and L. D. new trial. apolis, vice president; Rev. Philip school officials and civic leaders. Each teacher was presented a kit by the Chamber. After the pro.

election rolls around. Pittman is charged with murder Presiding will be Judge PerryB. Van .Putten; ,Haiti, second vice gram, the teachers and- other guests enjoyed a luncheon In the Afro "Penthouse."

There is reported to be an even after a stabbing which occurre<& Jackson, distinguished member president; W. C. Buford, Louis- The new teachers are pictured here In front of the Afro Building. Top picture standing! In the flrsf

more touchy matter which is doing last Saturday, Aug. 17, at Beaver of'the Cleveland Municipal Courts. ville, Ky., attorney and secretary; row from left to right are: Nesby L. Lake, Ruth Haynes, Emma Lee Moran, Thelma W*, Silas, DennisT.
I Arthur,, .Funn, Brooklyn, N. Y.
untold damage to the moraleof and Lee Streets.In No bishops are members of the ; Stewart, Willie Mae McCoy, Beaulah Rousseau Helen S. Gibson, Bernice Malcolm, Rosa F. AHgson
the Negro officers. It is a situa- relating the story to police, I IcounciL P. G. Porter, Olathe, Kans.; Rev. and Anna Belle Minatree. *

tion involving race-mixing whichis Gordon Roper said he and Howard i I I N. L. Lumzy, New Orleans, La.; > Second Johnnie
M. Roberts Luella F.
row: .W. McBrlde, Oscar Norman, Ilinnle M. Humphries,
JUDGE said, "Our
JfCKSON Rev. R. C. Gordon, South Africa -
discussed in whispers but'nevertheless were riding together when I is that all who i i ; Veralee T. Stormes, Jnanlta Armstrong, Anna A. Twlggs, Juanita Jeanlngs, Ruth O. Gregg, Lugenla
concensus persons W. E..Shortridge,Birmingham
is working havoc they saw L. D. Pittman walking! ; ; Taylor and Vivienne L. Jordan. .
come before the council shall have I Wa
Rev. A. Davis, Muskogee,
with morale of Negro police offi- down Beaver Street in the 1100 'fair hearing. :Bottom picture-First row left to right: Mildred G. Akery, Mary L. Green, Susye M. Pierce, Dais
a ; Qkla.; Rev. E. E. Tyler, Philadel-
cers. block. He quoted Howard as say-; A. Curry, Martha IX Raines, Mary E. Hunter, Doris T. Johnson, Padrica Slendez, Margaret S. MathDr
.!t .:;.; __ ing, "there old.D. he "Once the arguments .are in, it i phia; Rev. S. P. Wilson, Liberia; '
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'f" : goes put: Inez. B. Miles and Mary F. Mungen. Second row: llndrecRobinson. Dorothy Pinkney, George Bruton.
: Prof '
take than three or L' E. Smith, Georgetown,
> It was"learned that during the me off before and didn't pay me: may longer I : Jr,. Severia A, Boles, Naomi Hester, Fannie L. Micklns, Catherine E. Oree and Gloria Y. Nairn.

past few weeks there have been my money." Roper said Howard' four daysto consider the case and S.C. ; Third row: Edgar Graham, r.i Seldon W. Cole, Robert L. Brown, Joseph C. Jackson, Mildred Danie&i

expressions of dissatisfaction over told him to stay there until he write an opinion. Rev. N.;B.,Tantsi South Africa; Hortense S. Brown, Lionel H. Moore and llozeDaVllllams.. "

the actions of two phases of law came back. but when he returned "The Bishop Nichols case will Rev. W. B. Wales, Waco, Texas;

enforcement in the city of Jack- Howard asked him to rush him"to hardly be reached before Sept. 5. Dr.. ,George L. Hightower, Atlanta. "

sonville. the hospital because Pittman had "On Sept. 4, we shall have be- It is not likely that tthe mem-
MAN CUTS SIISTER
One of the targets for criticism stabbed him. fore us the case of Rev. J. D. How- bers of the council from foreign DYNAMITE FOUND ON PORCHOF

.is the State Beverage Depart- He was taken to the Medical ell, Third District, who was elect- countries will attend.. WITH POCKET KNIFE
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ment's tactics in its raids on small Center where he was treated by ed' to the General., Bpartl.of the Maryland.has no representationon
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",Negro-owned beer taverns. Dr. Neder. He died at the hospital church. -'. the council because of the recent NEGRO LEADER'S HOME Mary Lee Green, 32, of 768 W..

4 .,It was reported that a squad of Patrolmen Robert Jenkins and "Later, the Rev.M. Howell was death of Rev. John:LL: Gibson State" Street was admitted to Du-

',\beverage agents recently entered. Frank Hampton investigated. transferred to the Fifth (Los of Annapolis, former secretary. val Medical Center, Friday, Aug..
Angeles) District, I OCALA Three sticks of dynamite were found Monday on the inflicted
elected'.aRev. porch of the home of a Negro leader who wrote Gov. Collins about 16, suffering, knife wounds -
"The Third District .
NEW PUBLICATION the reported flogging of a Negro resident at Jasper. by her brother. iIn
M. Hodge succeed him.
APPEARS: IN JAX Marion County Sheriff F. I* telling her story to the police -
THE COUNCIL WILL be. ask- not true. He said the report
apparently
ed to determine whether the Rev. I McGehee said Edward D. Davis,I I stemmed from an'alter Miss Green stated: that her-

,t, Jacksonville's school .children will once again be,given the opportunity Mr. Howell lost membership- on Another new publication has president of the Florida Voters cation between a white man and- brother Thomas Green met her OIl I
of tested free of charge starting August i
gettingtheir
; eyes the board when he was transfer come to Jacksonville under .thename League, reported that he found a Negro. the corner Dewdrop and Broad:
.:U 4er an eye-testing program for school children sponsored by I
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red from the district he originally of the
Florida Globe, with '
the dynamite around 8 Streets when she leaving the
the FLORIDA STAB In cooperation with Dr. WIffiam X. Toaey, a. m. was ?
represented.ttAsked offices in-the Clara While Mission
v prominent optometrist with offices at 941 Davis Street, near KingsTREEEYETESTFORSCIKHRS ''The dynamite, tied together UNION ST. WOMAN home of James Green after a visit.
why the council now Bldg. at 503 West Ashley Street.
t;Boad, with a string and with a bag of She stopped and talked to her
CUT' AFTER FIGHT
The off sise'
,* teaching being imparted to the consists of 16 members when the publication is fa- I
_-Eye_ tests win be conducted by child. church discipline calls for only 9, thered by Albert-Jane:. part-time :buckshot attached, was wet and iMfldred- ______ ___ brother James who' asked her togo

Dr.. Toney and his staff all thru It is the responsibility of the Judge Jackson said the councilwas Mayflower Hotel bellman who not rigged to explode, the sheriff Kellum, 21, 731 West and get a girl named Willie-

the week starting Monday August set up in 1952.Members were piloted two previous publications said. Officers said they had no Union Street was admitted to the Mae. She said she told him he?
parent to make sure that childrenare Our Churches"and the "Herald," theory as to who,put the explosive Duval Medical "
28, from 9 aon. to 6'p.m.. School elected for specific terms. Center Tuesday, didn't,know the lady. As she turned -
visually as well as physically The 1956 General Conference both of which folded a few months there. Aug. 20, for treatment of stab!
children should be accompaniedby tawalk from him he cut
ready for efficient learning.The ordered: reduction to.nine,mem after appearing The governor's office last week wounds inflicted while trying to away

a parent or relative. basis of your child's promotion bers., That reduction. has not yet. Jacksonville has Seen'at" least .asked Hamilton County Sheriff stop a fight between a man and a her one time with a knife near

: THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO from the first to the second been' completed. or- three new: publications fold in the Charles Tlhoden 'for" a report 'on woman. the left eye. ; _

,CHARGE FOR THE EYE TESTS. grade is reading ability. It BISHOP D.:'WARD NICHOLS, past three 'Tears leaving' several the alleged beating of a Negro The' victim told investigating Miss Green was admitted to the i

1\ THE PROGRAM IS BEING CON. has also been found that one who was suspended for. three business firms: holding the bag for by' a band of white men 'after officers that a woman whose name ,hospital from the emergency 9 room'

". DUCTED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE school child in five is retarded be. years by a church trial court in unfulfilled contracts paid for in Davis' letter was received.- is Hattie Mae jumped on a, man : at 4:50: a. m. Dr. Anderson.*'stat

L BY THE FLROIDA STAR cause of visual difficulties. Florida for permitting a. church advance as well as several newsstands Rhoden said, however, he had called "Brother."She said that she ,! 1.-
that he could not yet whet!
t .AND DR. TONEY.. and hundreds of subscribers investigated the story and it and two other unknownto say
: Is your: child's vision perfect? college or clergy or: laymen to : was I persons II
Parents are' reminded that un- Be sure. Bring him or her ,to the provide furniture for the episcopal : short of monies paid the her attempted to break up the or not she would lose her left e;

issues. t .. ; :I. : fight and when the fight was stop- She said she wants to sign a wz
William of
less their children's eyes are test. office of Dr. R. Toney residence and pay the wages] a A: FLORIDA: STAR
; 26 be The publisher of of Shell! ped, Hattie Mae turned on her rant against her brother. .
ed there is no way of knowing any day starting August housekeeper, saidihe.: : appealing ODe ; ,

'whetherthe child Is enjoying per. tween 9 a.m. and 6 pan. and get to thigh council .. fated publications. was given a, 1- IN. EVERYCOLORED, using her knife.Patrolmen .Patrolmen, G. 'Bradley,*Frank

feet vision to enable him or her to your youngster's eyes tested free 1. Because he filed a plea of year sentence'in connection witha : F. Mack and J. Doe Hampton, Sgt. F. A. Gruber and
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,take advantage of classroom of charge. prejudice, believing' that officers :fraudulent.deal. nvestigated. Lt. R. B.Whittington investigated.e. .

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THE FLORIDA STAR '-. '" I .. -oil ... .._ .. Politics As Usual ,:'

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.. BY ERIC a SIMPSON .
Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. -
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BIGHTS BILL MADE NO ONE
HAPPY .
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'_ MAIN OFFICE A PLANT:
: OF EDITORIALS
SURVEY INDICATE
2323' Moncrief! Road ... ...!..........EL i- 782 --EL 4-6783 bON'T v .
WHY NEW An NAACP survey of newspaper comment on the
Downtown r'nck Office i_423 Broad Street,-Pnone FLgin <4-3773<
-, 4. 17 YOU CLEAN UP civil rights bill indicates that na one is really happy about the
1 laalling Address: ji. 1&r measure as it emerged from the Senate
:- P. 0. Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida tN Y ou Some papers

't-. YARD !V1. t' 'for a veto of a Following are excerpts from ,

; ;;Erte ,0. Simpson .....................................!'.Editor,. a bill-thesouth. editorials published in some of :
f :' CL Parham Johnson................ .............News Staff.Alt.am erm 'press be the nations leading newspapersand

-, y' Richardson- ......*................-....Circulation' ..', Dept; cause it Is too magazines.
strong, the Ne Southern Press
II;, if':,. Member of Associated Negro Press gro 'and'-North. JACKSON Miss.) Daily News:

t tS11BSCBIP.rION BATES ern papers be Even if passed' in its present
4 Oae Year, $5.00) ; Half Year, $340; !Three Months, $180 cause It is too emasculated and watereddownform

_. v CaOed To You Anywhere In The United States.SobKriptiona weak. Others, the proposed civil rightslaw

Payable In Advance. Send Gbeeki or Money Orders To: while dissatisfied means that an army of l

FLORIDA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDAIsEVERYBODY'S ; ,.. express the Federal bureaucrats will descend
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> '' t 'opinion that, it upon Mississippi and other south
should be enactS1Mt'SUN era states like a plague of locusts

t.: ed because it is to intimidate the people
FREEDOM JOB C ," .. .1 the best that can be passed at and demand that all Negroes, .regardless -
this time. of llliterracy be allowedto
I" vote. That is the reason

Here is a part of the law of the land law that is of thepeople tr Ff they cannot, expect you to subsidize why 'Senatoa Eastland says he is

by the people, and fqr the people. t r rY them or their speculative unhappy about it and why he does

"The Judicial .power of the United States shall be vested in one adventures.12Oti:23U123.. not favor passage of the bill in

Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congresf may r r y 'PHA : its present forth
from time to time ordain and establish." .P. U.S. NEWS & WORLD RE.

That is a part of our law law that binds us together as one avoOT R YpN SAGITTARIUS PORT: Legal opinion is thata

advancing people one hundred and fifty million of us F Born No,.. 23rd thru Dec 21st court could keep registratration
all races, all creeds, all colors .. all equal. Q 6 pC Y With the proper: effort, and the rolls open or hold ballot boxes un
btil'
Surely we steadfastly give our respect and allegiance to the Q HCE 6 { right connections, it should be ui the Negro's name or vote was

law. Protecting our rights and encouraging our dreams, it bas possible to make considerable ad. included. Result of all this couldbe
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brought us through many a dark uncertainty, and, on occasions, ><> C >;-i 0u < vances in your chosen field. The that many Negroes who have

perm our :freedom still secure! L AX danger of showing yourself In the not been voting in the past will
c
r in Dublin said .gi, y r waF light is threatening on the vote in 1958.RICHMOND. _
The eloquent J. P. Curran, in a speech one day wrong
this about freedom: "CIVIL BIGHTS LEGISLATION WILLBEMOVE. THE_ FILTH IN OUR OWN BACK YARD" 31st when the Sun squares Sa.. (Va.) Times-Dis
*v, "The condition upon which. the Lord hath given liberty to man, ? .J turn. The surest way to prevent patch: -. The civil rights bill, as

la eternal vigilance; t" :$' ',,. .':... *,s /..: : change of heart and ,imperiling trouble is simply to stay out of I passed by the Senate, is still
\ what have achieved to date. sight on this and the following a bad and dangerous bill a
We, too you .and I have something to. ,say about you
.xa and Your The 31st may cause you some day. veto by President Eisenhower of
freedom.,Something that is at once challenging re-assuring. "
-",' ". EVEBTBODrSDo's .JOB!" Weekly <, grief, but it should not be one 2-40- -39-65-246. any "civil rights" reasure on
"FREEDOM, .. we say ,. "IS
which the House and Senate
that will keep you down for very I

'. Horoscope Guide. long.. CAPRICORNBorp might manage this year to agree<
510111317513. Dec. '22nd thru Jan. 19th I/eminently descrable.

2 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY':DAYS FOR Be determined' but deliberate.The *The Negro Press.

; ,, And Don'tsDON'T BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL :. VIRGO 26 and 27 backs you up in ..NORFOLK (Va.) JOURNAL
i .* Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd maintaining discretion: regardingyour AND GUIDE We hope that President

By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER The 25th indicates the start ofa personal and joint economic Eisenhower will veto the
t' new personal cycle which will affairs, and in continuing with civil rights bill if the House-Sen

open doors to greater spiritualas the program that will mean complete ate conferees should decide to let
ARIES the period to\ expand rather than well as material advances. The security and financial in. it go, to,the President as it is.
-: Born March 21st thru April 19th repress your'talents and feelingsas 26-27 should bring you splendid dependence. There are indications PITTSBURGH (Pa.) Courier:

The 25th gives the signal for they will lead'' \you' to' new gains and results in connection that the pressure of events and IEROUWe

fr the start of renewed activity in glories' in the future. Continue with property, family and .confidential the opinions of friends could make think that changes sought by
your chosen field of endeavor, in to protect' your domestic and matters. Things will you falter in your purpose be- the President to preserve the
the 'selection of wardrobe items other: vital relationships the work out advantageously when cause of the square between the strength of the courts under other
and in the care of those who de 31st when the Sun squares Saturn. you become philosophical and 31st. Avoid all lawsuits. statures are necessary and wise.

pend on you. The prospects of 7- -55-19-64-125. await them patiently. 680447943684.AQUARIUS However, if such changes are

long-range benefits and enduring 2-40- -39-31-243. made, we believe the bill shouldbe
unions are especially emphasized, CANCER signed. We do not accept it

so don't permit yourself to be Born June 22nd thru, July 22nd LIBRA' Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th as the full order for civil rights.It .

swayed solely by momentary im The 25th sets ,the stage, far the Born ,Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd Careful planning in this con is a civil rights minus bill. But ,
pulses. Promises made will be judicious use of ',your judgmentand Devote yourself to clearing up nection will eventually Justify it is unquestionably a step in the
taken seriously arid should con for greater intellectual ac neglected chores and catching upon your hopes when you do it under right direction. It is a grudging
sequenUy not be made lightly. tivity. Travel write or promoteyour' your sleep or whatever else the promising auspices providedby surrender to the demands of the
9-50-99-48-97-957. hobbles'it that is that you requires attention. Serious plan. the 26th-27th. Once you have times. These demands are insistent .

have been wanting to (do all your ning and preparations to promote arrived at conclusions, do not let and continuing.

Mrt TAURUS life. The 26th forshadows good yourself, your ideas aid your social the disturbing influences createdby BALTIMORE AFRO AMERICAN
St Born April 20th thru May 20th results from earnest and sincere aspirations are favored by \the 31st throw the proverbial : With the phony Jury trial

The 25th establishes another endeavors, and unexpected remuneration the 26th-27th. Avoid errors of monkey wrench that will gum up admendent extracted in confer
period of pleasant doings for seeing that it also is judgment or slipups of any sort the smooth functioning of your ence committee, as we hope it
those who ,are still vacationing: sextile Uranus 27th. Don't allowa on the 31st as the Sun square long-range enterprises. will be, this though limited solely -
as well as the Taureans who haveto faulty diet, lack of self-assur. Saturn could make this costly to -70-33-68-31-371. to voting rights, represents a
stay on the job. You may also ance Or the selfish demands of your peace of mind and pocket- belated advance in fact the
benefit from something done in people who depend on you to book. PISCES first such step taken by the Con

the,past and by taking advantageof block you from obtaining your 7--30- 6-28- 3236.SCORPIO Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th : gress in 85 long weary and ago
I unusual real estate opportuni. heart's desire. The 26th-27th should create opportunities nizing years. Certainly it is too
ties. Help your loved ones with 3-30-22-29-21-331. for collective enterprises important a step to be thwartedby

f tr their problems then. Born Oct. 24th thru Nov. 22n* that will benefit commercial political stalemate.

1-60-88-59-86-168. LEO The 25th holds promise for the and humanitarian institutionsin I ... NORTHERN PRESS .... r
I
rc Born July; 2Srd thru Aug. 23rd Scorpios who have backed their equal degree. You can and CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONItor i
GEMINIBorn The 25th discloses that you wishes with the appropriate per- gathering active allies to supple' (Boston): The more the Sen.

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recently -on. his birthday with a !I
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party at his home, 1565 West .. 'y.% Gcri ,4"' Mr .:+k i \NI .
Seventh Street. All of the guest ; } N

enjoyed a complete. evening of ?: Y 7)})v.? y i{.. ;$i.- 1I-r- I ,-
delightful entertainment. A verie- yy'wc c'a-S L I ?{ k. W'y .- ) t 4+ry0:Y..-'+..Sa ..;k f;' WYk
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served throughout the evening. 5..:.; wxwk& Of;
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Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Willard

f Morris, Mrs. Mary Allen, Miss .- ') ____ -:
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Saving Club celebrated their 5th
last eVening s a .- .
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on Tyler in the Street.Brooks Mrs.Prayer Leola House Solo. } w.ri. *n t :j ;.% ..' %4S : -

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message for the occasion. Many

talented individuals were presented Y
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instrumental, vocal solos and

dramatic readings

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The Les Camellia: Social and MUSICALE REVUE-Participants for the fourth annual musical revue to be presented SOCIAL l\1EETING-embers of the Les Grande Fellers Social Saving Club who were -

Savings Club will hold their regular the YWCA on Sunday' at the Bit. .Olive Primitive Baptist ,CharM are pictured here.. Standing present at the recent social meeting are seen here: They are Mrs Jean A. Lewis, Mrs Audrey

.-" meeting Saturday at 8 p.m. from left are: Miss Earnestine Jordan' Miss Mile Fay Ronndtree, Miss Meltonia Cobb and 'Miss Dove, llrs.V odle Williams, Mrs. Starleta Caldwell, Mrs. Mary Dove, Mrs. Katie Albritton, I

in the home of Mrs. Idella Jackson Vivian Taylor. Miss Rose Lynn Harris la seated,at the piano. Mrs. Altamease Maxwell, and Miss Dorothy Tompkins.

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sored next month. -- 1454 Lee St. Aug: 4,'boy.

Mrs. Susie* Williams. was. hon will The sponsor Sunshine: a trip Spiritual to New Church Berlin Joseph and Virginia'Glover 715" tlr i Bj EBYYWCA TO BE HEARDIN TO HONORED :

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Friday night, August 30. The DeWitt St. Aug. 4, boy _
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ored recently during a Beach out.Ing ;
to the American Beach. Mrs. buses' will leave the church, 674 Mathews and Louise McKever, The A. L. Lewis 'Branch YWCA will present the fourth annual A RECITALA Mrs Lynnett Price of Abyssinia
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Williams, of New York' ,City, is Florida Avenue at 7 p.m. Mother Fred and Katie Daweston 628S. Musical Revue on Sunday, August 25, at the Mount OUve Primitive Baptist Church will be honored

visiting in Jacksonville with her Sarah E. Jones,*is the* pastor. Lincoln, Court, Aug. 4, girl., Baptist Church, located on thecorner of Fourth and.Myrtle Avenue. with an appreciation program

nieces! Mrs.. Carrie Sloan and John and Rose Ellis 1926 Ma- The program will feature young vocal recital will be pre. Monday, August 26*, sponsoredby

Mrs. :Susie, Bossard. Enjoying thebeach Pride of the East 19 and Phyllis hira Ave. Aug. 5, boy. men and'women representing the MRS. W. W. DORRELLTO sented Sunday August 25 at 8 Chair 1. in the main audit
outing were 'Mrs. Roxie Wheatley 52, Order of Eastern college of music at Florida ,A and in the torium of the church beginningat
St. AME
p.m. Stephen
Charles and Estella Caldwell ATTEND MEETING
Duberry, Mrs. Georgiann Rozier, Star, will sponsor its annual outIng M University. Howard University, Church 8 p.m.
featuring Miss Cathleen
1612 St. Aug.. 5 -L
Tyler gi
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Mrs. to New Berlin on August 29. Edward
Mrs Wilhelmina Jenkins, Morris Brown College, Some of the participants on
The bus will leave the Masonic John and Hannah Chisolm. Rt. Mrs: Wilmer W. Dorrell, an Anita Crockett and Walter Galth-
Alfreda Jackson, and Mr. Wesley Waters College and Bethune-Cook. the program are: the Rev. Orion
Bossard. Hall at 9 ajn.' 9. Box 234J.,Aug. 6, girl. man College. executive member-of the Progressive ers. Johnson, Mrs. l izell Clark, Mrs.

Richard and Marion Wilson Participating on the programand Baptist State Conventionwill Miss Crockett is a member of Dora Caster Miss Gloria J.

A freje barbecue will be held 1056 Almeda St. Aug. 6, boy. representing the schools are: attend the 77th annual session the junior choir of Grant Memorial .' Brown,,Miss Johnetta Bush Miss

ABOUT PEOPLEVisiting on Labor Day, September 2 on Miss Allie Faye Roundtree, Miss of the National Baptist Con. AME Church and Sunday Deloris Duncan, the Rev. B. L.
vention America be held
the Picnic grounds in Palatka, Vivian Taylor. Miss Jacqueline of to Wynn and many others.
DISTRICT SET in Los Angeles. California from School, and also sings in the
Florida. The motorcade will leave Smith, Sylvester Hogan Miss Glee Club of James Weldon John.' Hostesses for the occasion will
here in the Gateway the Masonic Temple at 9 ajn. Meltonia Cobb Miss Joyce Shipp September 4 thru 8. Junior be Misses Yvonne Quick Joan

City with A. Z. Kelsey of 1712 TO PRESENT and Miss Rose Lynn Harris, who Mrs. Dorrell will join Mrs. H. :Miss son: Crockett High and School.Mr. Gaitherswill Both Croons, Annie Bell Henry Sandra .

McQuade Street are his sister The June Class of 50, of Stanton will present a prelude of sacred B. :Miller of Green Cove Springsand be Duncan, Effie Washington,
accompanied Neal t
:Mrs. Isabell King of Waldo and High School will hold a social music and accompanying some Mrs. Amelia Houston of Belle Wand by Deloris Johnson, Gertrude Henry,

tier daughter, Miss Juanita Kingof gathering on August 31. at 9:30 I SPIRITUAL TEAA of the participants. Glade, in making the across-the-1 i I Clemetine Johnson and Miss Annette
Miami. The visitors will be p.m. at the New Lincoln and Golf Persons serving as hostesses for country tour this week. Mrs. Mil Instrumental selections will be Thomas.
ler and Houston the rendered by Miss Judy McBride
house guests of Mrs Lellia Mae Club. Mrs. are
Country the occasion will be members of
Kelsey. Mrs. Naomla Taylor and President and Vice President re of New Bethel AME Church and
the Vivancae Lady's Social Club Thurman Continues
Samuel Kelsey in Dunnelon. Spiritual Tea will be spon- spectively of the Progressive Bap. Miss Betty Jean Scott of Mt.
Choir 2 of Mt. Ararat Baptist sored by District No>. 8 of St. with Mrs. Vicey James Miss.Al. tist Senior Women's Conventionof Vernon Baptist Church will give His Heavy HittingOn
Church will observe Its 23rd an. Matthew Church Sunday tamease Weaver and Miss Allie several
Baptist on Florida. readings.
All the way from Sacramento Pacific Coast
niversary August 26 at 8 pjn. in ,25 from 4 to 6 Van Stones.
California are Captain and Mrs. August p.m. The ladies will visit various Mrs. Jennie Vee Crockett is
the auditorium of the church. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Members of the music revue
Percy Thomas Jr. and children. sight-seeing points and several: the sponsor of the program whichis I SEATTLE-Bob Thurman who
District of First New committee are: Mrs. Gloria F.
No. 1
W. Jr. 511 West
George Levy ,
While in the city they will be friends and relatives on their way being presented In the Interestof went to Seattle in the Joe Taylor
Zion Baptist Church will meet 18th Street. Holmes, chairman Mrs. Anita T.
guests of Mrs. Inez McQain, to California. the annual women's day ob deal, has been pounding Pacific
Sunday at 5 in the home Garner cochairman, Mrs. De-
mother of Mrs. Thomas. They will pjn. A unique program has been servance scheduled in October. Coast League pitching at a ter.
leave here September 1 for New of Mrs. Bertha Stephens, 1660 planned for presentation at that lores Mathews, secretary, Mrs. WOMEN'S DAY Miss Rosa Curtis is the general rific rate since: Cincinnati made
Annie L. Patterson Mrs. Arrie
Davis Street. ,
York City prior to embarkingfor time. _Persons'to be featured on chairman for the affair. the deal.
Peterson, Miss Ella Bronson, Mrs. TO BE OBSERVED -
England where Captain ., the program are: Deacon 1'. C. In his first time at bat, in a
Thomas Is stationed. The Senior Mission of St. Wiggins Miss Mary Alice Guy. Mary Darden, Mrs. Corine Cop. IN BELLEVILLE KINDERGARTENSPLANs pinch role, he hit a homer. On
Thomas Church will page Mrs. Sarah Seymore Mrs.
Baptist sponsor ton, Mrs. Maggie Thompson, Mrs. the next day he collected two
Back home in Pit t s bur g. a rainy- Mr. and Mrs. at 4:30 p.m. in the church Simpson, :Mrs. Lillie Mae Turner, Gee. Mrs. Hallie Sampson. Mrs.S. .
Pennsylvania are N. Starks, social committee Bethel AME Church, the Rev singles in five times at bat. He
Leroy Jackson, who were recent auditorium. Mrs. Mattie Gordon, Mrs. Alberta chairman. C. M. Champion pastor will ob of the local churches scored four runs himself and

visitors in the city as the guestsof Caves.MIss Martha Phillips Miss serve their annual WOD\ n's Day have announced the registration batted in, three.

Mrs. Dollie L. Grant 1735 Pow. Emmrell .Meeks, Mrs. Gladys celebration on Sunday August 25. and opening dates for its annual During the next three games

hattan Street. The Jackson are ANNIVERSARY SET Games Mrs. R. Arthur Mrs. Mrs.,Lottie Smith will serve as Kindergarten for the coming term. Thurman punched out three more

the brother and sister4n4aw of FOR, CAR PORTERSThe Mary Jackson, Mrs ,Emma Mel. WCY UTMOST SHAVING general chairman and Mrs Callie The St. Paul Lutheran Church homers. If he continues to poundthe

Mrs Grant. ton.d. Mrs. Louise 'Brown.A 1 1litf Mae Williams as co-chairman for Kindergarten will open for its ball at the present rate it
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Jacksonville Division Brotherhood special Invitation has beenextended : the celebration. fall session on September 3. Reg. is very likely that the Redlegs

Mrs Doris Johnson Farley of Sleeping Car Porters to all church diStrictsof Other committee members ,for istration will be held at the wiles lbe seeking his service in

2209 :Moncrief, Road is ill In her and its Ladies Auxiliary will celebrate the city to .attend .the affair. Gillettecr5peed the day are: Program,:Mrs.Noady church Wednesday, from 8 a.m the final stages of the pennantrace

home. She is the president of the its 32nd Anniversary, Sun.day Mrs. Louise Brown Is the President Wright Mrs. Dora Lee Tucker, to 2 pjn. in the National 'League.

Cadilac :Modeling Inc. of New August 25, at 7:30: p.m. In and the .Rev. Hill Norris -lathe. RAZOR Mrs Esther Bevelle Mrs.. Elnora Registration' for the students

York City Mrs. "Farley is nowresiding' the Central'Baptist Church.'. Broad 'pastor of the church. Wright. Mrs., Margaret Wright. at Shiloh Baptist Church Kindergarten CLUB TO SPONSOR

in" 5 this *city,. and Third Streets,. Rev. R. L. i AHD "" Mrs. Annie D. Belle, Mrs. Annie is scheduled Monday at ITS ANNUAL TEA _

Jones, Pastor. Mae Champion. the church. Fall classes will begin
H: C. Coston and Mrs. Ger. ,A cordial invitation has been Finance: Mrs. Georgia Williams, September 3. The Glendale Social>> Saving
Crude Jackson ,both of Akron, JUSTARRIVED
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extended to friends and all mem. Mrs. Bertha Mitchell, Mrs. Luella
theirbrother" 0 Day Spring Baptist, Church Charity Club will sponsor its annual
the
Ohio in city visiting
are bers of, Labor Organizations as Wright; Calendar ,events: Mrs. Kindergarten has announced the tea Sunday, August 25: in
and uncle .Mr. and Mrs:
Mae
Road. well as. the entire pubzlic. Hattie PosteUe entertain- registration dates for August 29 the home of Mrs. Lillian Baisden,
James Webb 1389 Kings -
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ment Mrs. Lula Postelle Mrs.
An interesting and educational NEWBACK 1st Run! ; thru 30. The school will open 1671 :Martel StreetA
MrsI Jackson is accompanied by ROOSEVELT Sadie Fields :Mrs.
program will be presented with Sylvia Single-; September 3 at 9 a.b. For further special program will be presented
her.", son.,. Michael.' .' the President Mr. Lemuel Har. TO SCHOOL SUN..TUES., AUG. 25-27 tary Mrs. M. Coffee .Mrs. Rosa Information Mrs. Carrie B. Sloan during the affair. Many of

and others along with the Williams may be contacted. the talented individuals from the
'' per TH MT TUT IIGBUIDTil
Mrs. Janie Hardie of Chester, SHOES .
Decorations Patterson
Pastro, Rev. R. L. Jones appear. WORD II TIBlOl! : Mrs. Lucy city will be presented at that
Pa., formerly of this city. Is the Ada Strickland Mrs. ,
Mrs ,
Ing.. S. L. Harper Is the Presl. time.
house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Teresha Ethel
Henderson Mrs. : PATRONIZE have been extendedto
dent and J. L. Preston, Chairman. Invitations
Bailey Green of 2121 Mars Ct.
i Bevelle all clubs and the public to
She. will also visit her parents, I ittlM Mrs. Champion will serve as Star Advertisers attend. ]

MA :and Mrs. John Austin of CHURCH TO, PRESENT 4 5TmKS.AlII TIUGI pastor of the day. Dinner will: be
Folkston. Ga. served on the church grounds.
MUSICAL AND RALLY t Att1L'it7L1106ALIvz:
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has '-as their house guests their The Steward Board of Ebenezer MY DOOR" Western SOCIAL CLUB

niece and family, Mr. and Mrs. Methodist Church will present its - 1907 King Road at Spirest t

Paul Mikiel and daughters, Paula annual musical and Pew Ralley 7 to SCHOOL HELD OVER ,! t- .

andThey Andrea .of Bloomfield, Conn. Sunday.' August 25 In the main In To Enable TO PRESENT ;, '
STRAND
were entertained at American 'auditorium of the church the AU To See Where ExperiencedPharmacists '
Little Talbot E. M. Hurley. pastor.The Weather-Bird Shots "
Beach and Rev. Pre pai'Hour r
"ISLAND IN THE SUN"
Island. Dr. James Hendewron.' a, Steward Board Chairman. \ HARRY BELAFONTE ANNUAL TEAThe .}< PrescripXpn according / i. < I
former classmate of Mrs Mikiel Clyde Wesley and Mrs. Ada MeLee y .,
DOROTHY DANDEIDGE r' f"' to your dorter j o-
entertained the couple at his home program committee chair.
before they departed. Mrs. Mikiel, man. announced that some of the sso JAMES MASON Glendale Social and Saving ,, instructions .- Usin

Is the former Juliette Barrow of city's most .talented Individuals To $635 JOAN FONTAINEWiB Charity Club will present its only the best quality ,
Be Shown Thru .
Quincy. will be featured on the program annual tea Sunday, August 25 .drugs. .
which will last for only one hour.The Saturday. August 31st Only! from 4 to 6 pjn.. in the homeof Dr. C. E. Black Dr.W.J. Grahma
OAK and PETERS -" -"' -'-
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First Lady of Gospel Songs, Stewards to purchase new pews. SKYVIEW All-Nile tel Street.A A Complete Line of: i
SHOE ,
STOJIECor.
Founder and President of the Emerson Bryan has prepared pew "DUSK-TO-DAWN" special program has been .
ill Steward and arranged for the occasion witix ,Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries t
Triumphant Gospel Singers Is markers for each Broad and Forsyth St. SAT.
AND DELIVERED
CALLED FOB
In her home located at 1573 West will also serve as master of cere I SHOW TONITE: AUG. 24 many of the talented individuals'of. PRESCRIPTIONS j i

10th ''Street monies for the occasion. Established 1901 .the city participating -
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Youth Day will be observed Sunday August 25: ,.'through The 66th anniversary celebration of Central Baptist Church ,

out the day at the Simpson Methodist Church, the Rev;; S. S. Z located on 3rd and Broad Streets and the 8th anniversary of the .

JZoblnscn is,the pastor. % pastor Rev..R, Levander Jones which began Thursday August 22,, '

Guest speaker for the morning; will continue through Monday, August 26, in the mains auditorium': (,
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'Worshipwfll be Miss Sylvia E. of the church.

Moman She will be introducedby MOUNT ARARAT The opening program on Thursday --

MlssSeuIah night was featured with a !
Clay. DAYSPRING
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talent show which was conductedby
Soloists for the occasion are; PLANS ANNUALWOMEN'SDAY ;
Mrs. G. W. Tucker, organist
Miss': Jacquelyn Smith, Arnnett rr:; : !
for Choir No. 2. The program was TO OBSERVE .
Scott and George Tutson.; Others
wary filled with instrumentals and vocal -
to appear during the morning
music along with, dramatic
worship: are: Reuben Padgett .
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Trade Collins, Gilbert Gadson r readings greetings several WOMEN'SDAY .
of the church auxiliaries
Miss Carrie Walker; Miss Barbara .i Annual Women's Day will be .
On Friday night the Rev. A. B. _
Reed and Miss Doris Hall. observed Sunday August 25 in

reddie Richardson Jr. will pre-i tho Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Coleman paster of the .Sniloh Annual Women's Day of the

K with Mrs. Carrie H. Gordon serving : Metropolitan Baptist Church his Day Spring Baptist Church will i,

During the evening hour of wor. as general chairman and :Mrs. choirs ushers and congregationwere be observed Sunday August 25'

dp, Arthur McFadden, will defer Pearl Jowers, cochairman Mrs. special guest for the cele throughout the day beginning at I
bration which was designated as 9:30 when visiting staff and :
the closing address. Miss Susie McGraw will serve as pas
Beatrice Denefield will introduce tor of the day. "Church Night". teachers will have charge' of the I

McPadden. Soloists will be Miss The observance will begin with -" u During the Sunday morning Church School.

Alice .Faye Roundtree. Charles Sunday School at 9:30 ajn. with I BUSINESS MEETING HELD-The Skylight Social Saving Club held is's monthly business meeting service which begins at 11 a.m., Mrs. Sallye Mathis of Central

Wilbur and Raymond Ross Jr. Mrs. Mary 'Washington as guest recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs.\ George Holmes 1126 Pearce Street. Members who were presentare the pastor Rev. R. L. Jones will Baptist Church will preside as

Others to appear are: Miss Gloria superintendent. Teachers are: pictured here. Seated from left to right are:' Mrs Evalina: Johnson Mrs Arline Johnson Mrs. deliver the anniversary message general superintendent and Mrs.

Hollis, Charles Smith, Miss Fran- Mrs. Mamie }Mercy Mrs. Loise Sallie Hampton, Mr. George Holmes and Mrs. Anna Thomas from the theme "The Indestructi- Vicy James of Mt. Olive Primitive '

cinia Carter Gerod Porter, Miss Cain, :Mrs. Sadie Bivens, Mrs. Standing hi the same order are:' Mrs\ OWe Mae\ Campbell, Sirs.\ Minnie L. Alexander, Mrs Nancy bility of The Church" Baptist Church will give the lesson ,

Rose Walker Charles Buggs, Simon Theola Trowell Mrs. Elcie Baety, Williams; Mrs Estella Clayton, and Mrs.\ Nancy Holmes. Choir No. 2 will provide music review. Usher Board Number

Hall and Miss Angle Garder Mrs. Celea Mims Mrs.: Elizabeth r- -- for both of the major services. 3 will serve during the Church ,

who will preside.A Muse Mrs. Leola Young and*oth FORMER TEACHER Guest soloist for the morning School H ur.Morning .

Youth Tea will be held from ers. The lesson will be 'reviewed DIES IN NEW YORKMrs. Z10N\ HOPE HALE CHORDS service will be Mrs. Thelma : worship w1U'begin at o

3:30 to 5:30: Sunday afternoon by Mrs. ,Ella L. Jones. Greene, an instructor of music at 11 o'clock at which time .Mrs

in the Social Hall of the church. Mrs.. Eliza R. Perry a member t. tseeh aJsonkcHbK3ctiokpentW Celestine Dixon of Pensacola will
Elizabeth Lee
dyers a
-Presiding will be Miss Annie9t.arl of West Union Baptist Church TO OBSERVEANNIVERSARY the W Jacksonville Elementary deliver the address and Mrs. '
well known public school teacher
Smith. The devotional servt& and district deputy of the Independent School Miss Mildred B. Riley will Carrie McCall of the Mt. Vernon
and religious worker died in New
.! will be conducted by the Benevolent Association give the occasion and welcome Baptist Church will be the'soloist,
York- 3
City on Saturday, August ,
L' 2ite Society. Others appearingwill will be the guest speaker for the address. The Youth Hour will be observed
: following a long ,illness Mrs. The Male Chorus of Zion Hope Baptist Church, of which Mr.
be Miss Norma Jean Smith morning worship service., Other Myers had been a teacher in Jacksonville Stephen Sanders is the very efficient President and Mrs. EmmaB. The Brotherhood of SleepingCar at 5:30 pan. with Mrs. M.

Miss Leltha Jean KIrby Miss participants on ,the Bars:: pro Florida for a number of Johnson is Pianist, along with the members win celebrate their Porters, of which Mr. Sam McKissick of St. Augustine in

Betty Anderson, Miss Barbara gram are: :Mrs. Lula :Mrs. prior to her retirement in ServIng as Master of Cere. Harper is president will be the the role of guest speaker. Usher
Jones Miss Mary Alice Blount Annie Mae Byrd :Mrs. Eula Wil- years -
1951. monies will* be Mr. C. Parham guests of the church during the Board Number 3 will serve.
Mss! Jacqueline ,Stripling and kerson Mrs. ..Aldonia Joyner and DEACONESSESTO
Sunday .night service. The Rev. At 7 o'clock the closing address !
"lines Morgan Jr. Mrs. A. L. Lewis, who will introduce Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Johnson Bringing the Anniversary PRESENT Jones will deliver a special mes- will be delivered by Mrs. Kay B.
the Amelia MyersXrOodman a grandson Sermonnette will be the Rev.S .
Serving as hostesses are: :Misses speaker. TEA ON SUNDAYThe sage from the subject "ProgressIn Nichols and Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson
bdys .Hubbard, Ruth Hubbard BTU at 5:30 p.m. with :Mrs. .John Goodman and a son-in- ; Andrews of Allen Chapel AME Spite of Circumstances" to the of Mt. Olive AME Church will be
kllie VerdeUe Emma Gills in charge will begin law, George W. Goodman aU of deaconess board of Tabernacle ,
Hodges
Bailey, Church. Usher Boards to serve porters as they celebrate their soloist.
brence Gracie the evening worship services.Mrs' New York City, and a sister, Mrs. Baptist Church will .
Griffin Andrews Beatrice of are: Usher Board No. 4, of Zion sponsoran 32nd Anniversary. :Mrs. C. A. Weaver will serveas
xietty Ann Sharriel and Angie Fannie Bussie will direct WileY.Wade Tampa inspirational tea Sunday in pastor for the day. Other "officers .
Hope Baptist Church and Usher Deacon L. Thompson, superin-
the evening devotions which will Florida.
KoraGreen.. the home of Mrs. Carrie L. :
are Mrs Madeline M. Sir.
tendant
of the School
begin at 6:30 A Bom in Board No. 3, of Abyssinia Baptist Sunday and
p.m. very unique Gainesville Florida Brown, 1011 West Union Street
All Youth groups have been invited I Director of Public Relations will mons, General Chairman; Mrs.
program will follow with Mrs. Mrs. Myers was the daughter of Church. from 4 to 6 p.m. Minnie
to attend the celebration, deliver the welcome address to the Hawkins cochairman;
Laura Coleman delivering the The Rev. B. W. Wiley and Ame- Groups to appear on the cele. A unique program has been guests. Serving as master of Mrs Lola R. Mayhue secretary
main address.
Her the late Dr.
MACEDONIA lian. husband bration will be the Mt Ararat planned for presentation at that ceremonies will be Deacon H. Cul. Mrs. Leola Taylor treasurer. Mrs.
PLANS Louis H. Myers, 1D.. of Jacksonville time., Many of the local artists Carrie Slone Chairman of the
Male Chorus Mt. Sans The will also
Baptist guest
I pepper. present
FOR WOMEN'S DAY ANNIVERSARY SET died there several years
,
and
others from the neighboring planning committee Miss Ida Logan -
Baptist Church Male Chorus a special program during the
BY CHURCH CHOIRChoir ago.Stricken districts will be featured on the service. chairman of the conversing
Annual Women's Day will be several years ago Mrs. Bethany Baptist Male Chorus, program. committee Mrs. Lucille :Martin
The final and
celebrated Sunday in Macedonia 3 pf Grant Memorial Myers made her home with Mr. Little Rock Baptist Male Chorus; A special invitation' has been be presented on closing Monday programwill night chairman of the public relations.

Baptist Church beginning with AME Church will observe its 10th and Mrs. Goodman in New York St. 'Paul AM.E. Church Male etended to "all, deaconess boards beginning atf 7:30 Serving as chairmen are Mrs.
the Sunday School at 9:30 ajn. City. p.m. Ruth Ashley chairman of the
Tabernacle Male
anniversary and the 6th anniversary Chorus Baptist The program which has been

following'officers have been of the "Hour'of Charm"on Chorus, West Union Baptist Chorus designated as "Pastor's Apprecia.tion beauticians; Mrs. Ruby P. Ben.
,Elected. to serve for the affair: August 26 at 8 in the DEACONESSESTO thone, chairman of the teachers;
Emanuel Baptist
p.m. CELESTIAL SINGERS Male Chorus, Night" will feature many of
.*a. Doretha Smith general auditorium of the church. Guest will be Mrs. Irene Dowdell chairman of
Group Day Spring the talented individuals of the
".a1nnan; Mrs. M. L. Polite, cochairman A program has been arrangedfor TO GIVE RECITALThe Baptist Male Chorus. Others to city. the nurses; Mrs. Alice J Johnson

Mrs. Eletha M. Rich.1D'dsm. OBSERVEANNIVERSARY chairman of the seamstresses
;
the occasion featuring some appear, will be The Mt. Ararat Participants the ;
recording secretary; Mrs. of the city's most talented ar Celestial Singers will ren- Quintet Mr. L. G. Conway of includes Mrs. on program Mrs. Janie Hill chairman of the
: Sallye B.
Bessie Merchant, financial secre- tists. Mathis maids; Mrs. Pely Whitfield chair.
Participants for the
Sun. Mt. Ararat Church and
pro.
der an aftet'service program Baptist Mrs. Theo Oree, Mrs C. W. Tucker
gram are: E. H. Benjamin Mrs. man of the dieticians; Mrs. Es-
others whole will
25th at the First names appear
iry.Mrs. day August Deacon A. J. Handley Deacon
Julia Frazier treasurer; Dorothy Miller P. J. Williamsand later. The Contest between Mr. telle Ogden, chairman of the
Irs. Bernice Campbell chair.an Mrs. Alvenice McQueen. Born Temple located 825 West W. G. Byrd and Stephen Sanders, W. Rasberry Rev. H. H. housewives Mrs. Annie Mae

finance committee; Mrs. Hostesses are:. Mrs. Jessie Dawson Monroe Street. as King of The Male Chorus of The Deaconesses of Jerusalem Robinson the Central C. M. E. Scurry, chairman of miscellaneous

fclen Forehand Mrs. Allle Lee Mrs. Mable Jones, Miss Vivienne The public is invited to ,attend Zion Hope Male Chorus will terminate Baptist Church will celebrate Church. Weaver Choir and the Rev. CyrusA. groups; Mrs Vermeil Wilson
of
the
Jordan, members; program commlttee. Eutsay Miss Ethel Weston the affair. Mrs. Rosa Smith is the at the close of the Ann their pastor Day chairman of the professional WOmen
anniversary Sunday at 3p.m.in his
Mrs. M. L. Polite, chair Miss Rosa Lee Zorn and Miss sponsor and Elder A. Hill is pas- versary. The' General Public has SpringBaptist Church choirs ;" Mrs., W. L. Smith chairman

man, Mrs. Emma Melton, Mrs. Prisdlla Boston. toring. been invited to attend. the auditorium of the church.A ushers and congregation. of the men's division; and Miss

Johnnie Mae Simpson. special program has been arranged An invitation has been extendedto Judy Bullock chairman of the

:Public relations Mrs. Mary L,1 Now Is the Time MRS EMMA L MORAN for the occasion. The Ret. all members and friends of the young people.
church to attend the celebration.
Music for the day will be ,fur.
Mallard Mrs. Bessie Merchant; To Re-Upholster Your Prized Pieces ELECTED CHAIRMANMrs. S. Scott.pastor of Holsey CMJ3.
njshed. by ,the female chorus, Mrs. .
courtesy Mrs. Elsie Hallback
Church end his congregation win "
of New Furniture! Emma Lee Moran was Ruby P.Benthone is the director.
chairman; tag Mrs. Lucille At Half the Cost render service. REV. AND MRS. SAMS
elected recently to serve as chair-
The ladies of Usher Board No.
Dukes; music, Mrs. Polite chairman '
beauti ications AS AUGUST. SPECIALS man for the annual Women's Day The Rev. J. L. Davis pastorof TO BE HONOREDThe 2 will serve through the day.WOMEN5 .
; Mrs. E. D.
Melton, chairman.: :-,- We Wm Re-Do for As Little As observance of Mt. Olive AME Mt Canaan Baptist Church
Church, which will be celebrated will also render service accompanied Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor of

Harden Junior, chairman Church, ; Mrs.Miss Evelyn Velma $ 9 OCCASIONAL. YOUB- $59 TOUR CLUB during the early fall. by his congregation.The the First Baptist Church 1027 READY

Ann Stevens, Mrs; J. Frazier and CHAIR SOFA :Mrs. Moran, a member of Choir; Rev. J.M. Manning. is the Jessie Street and his wife Mrs.
No. 2, assists with the Junior pastor.
.Mrs. H. Forehand. Caroms Sams will be honored by
Choir of the church.: She promotes FOR ANNUALWOMEN'SDAY.

'O S ,- $ 29 YOUB CLUB .$99' YOUB S-PC. many of the youth activities.Mrs. the entire congregation of the

CTTTATTE SET : Vinly Ford was elected to THE \ church with an appreciation ser.

ATTENTIONChurch serve co-chairman: : for the ob GOS9IsL.CAJ vice on Sunday, August 25th during .

and other pieces In line with this summer offer-depending servance. She is a member of the IG the evening worship in the _
ReportersClub on selection you may make.from a very wide range of the Stewards and Stewardess Board, main auditorium .
of the church.A
Reporters finest and most durable materials. All work fully guaranteedtop The women of Union Progressive .
and also
sings in the Senior Choir. \
quality. Done by master craftsmen on premises spotlessly very unique program is being Baptist Church will observe
Socialites clean and sanitary. Inspection cordially invited. Other members elected,to serve .
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with Mrs. Moran and Mrs. Ford OF'57IN arranged for this occasion In their annual Women's Day celebration .

lend{ or Bring Your News Phone FL 9-4427 for Free Estimates, Free Pickup & Delivery are Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, secre- honor of the' pastor and his wife' on Sunday August 25

In To TheFLORIDA MIAMI UPHOLSTERING CO. tary, and Mrs.M. E. J. Singletary, I PERSON before they leave the city for throughout the day.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. treasurer ... Los Angeles where they will at- Serving as guest superintendentfor
1438-40 MIAMI RD.
STARNot tend the 77th .annual session of the Sunday School will be
WARD
The usual order of service will CLARA
prevail throughout the coming (_ AID TIE.AID StUnS the National Baptist Convention Mrs. Marie Paterson. Guest teachers
Later ThanWEDNESDAY of America and where the Rev.
are: }Mrs Clemmie Smith
week. The pastor Rev. B. J. Wil-
THE NIGHTINGALES .
NOON NOW SHOWING liams will deliver the sermon during Sams will play an important role, Mrs. Alparate Webster. Mrs H.

Note: The earlier the better. Fireproof RITZ THEATRE First Run the 11:00.A.. M. and 7:00: P. M. THE SOOL STIRRERS as he is an aspiring candidate for' St. Clair, Miss W. Mosley and
the presidency'of the organIza.
Mrs. Gertrude Brown. .
Notices brought in Monday\ andTuesday worship service. THE GOSPEL MARIONETTES
STARTS WEDNESDAY,AUGUST 28th tion. The Rev. Sams is one of The morning worship will be

will get better positionand" THE FIVE BLIND BOYS! the leading Baptist ministers of led by Mrs. Emma Walker and,

better headlines. the slate, and is president of the Mrs. Hattie TImmons. Speaker for
JACK Asthma THE HARMONIZING FOUR
Progressive State Convention, also the service will be :Mrs. Louise

THE SWAHEE QUINTET serves as vice president of the Johnson

:2-OFFICES- -2 If you choke, ,cough, fight for National Baptist Convention. For Mrs Cora Burton will serve as

Main'" Office & Plant breath, gasp wheeze lose sleep THE CARAVANS many years he has served the mistress of ceremonies for' the
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because bronchial" asthma, no m BIGSIST MOST crane pastorate of First Baptist Church afternoon service. Various guestsin
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:matter what you have tried be- -
CAVAICAOE
2323 MONCRIEF RD l1 M1lhl M t, fore. GET EFFECTIVE .FAST jexeamiWlBTHURS. with great efficiency. the city will participate on the

,. Near 13th Street = RELIEF OB YOPB :MONEY Deacon G. W. Scott is chairman program. The evening service will .

., BACK with NEW amazing clinically of the Program Committee and begin at 6:30 o'clock with Mrs.

'- t j> 1 First Run "RUN OF THE ARROW"And tablets tested(follow wonderful the label PARASMA avoid.excessive AUG 29TH Deacon W. M. Patterson will Mary Moss as speaker for the

use). Get PARASMA TODAY MYRTLE AVENUE serve as chairman of the finance service. Mrs. Maxie Calloway' If7

;... ,. DovabownrOff-., : -.. "SLEEPING. CITY" ONLY $1' at your drugist. BALL PARK committee. -. -K chairman f

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SUMMER SESSION STUDENTS. r.u., :it, : .. .I.'f: :t ; ":?;: ; MINORITY GROUPS TO GET AID I

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EE Degrees were Louise y. Chlsolm, Hawthorne; ATLANTA-Members of minority groups should have much less t' #

conferred on th following personsat i Belle Miller Clark Lamont; Lea- trouble in obtaining financing for their homes if they make use of .
Florida VA l tha B. Cooks :Madison; Peggy JB. avxW ': '
the and M Unlver- the facilities offered by the Voluntary Home Mortgage Credit Pro.
sity summer session commencement Cooper, Lakeland; Ruby''A. Cosby gram, a spokesman for the Program said in Atlanta last week.
exercises-schools of agriculture Bainbridge Ga.; Alma L. Cradl: "In spite of the tight money I .

and home economics dock, Irvine; %: market, the new 5Vi percent in.! a National Committee, and 15

bachelor of science Rosa S. Lucius J''. Crawford MiamI ) );TZ terest rate on FHA loans is suffi. Regional Committees. The Statesof

4 Baisden Pompano Beach; Robert Evetta M. Cromer, Tallahassee; cent to enable VHMCP to obtain Alabama, Florida and Georgia

4 Bryant, Jr., Webster; Fred D. Marjorie T. Davis, Thomasville; ,.. .,roe y4 r. :: ;, S'a 4' -ryaaw:3 \ : private financing to meet the are served by Regional Committee

Daniels, Jr., Tallahassee; JamesC. Rubye M. J. Engram Jackson needs of qualified borrowers",said No. 6. which is headed by Mr.

Downing, Newport News, Va.; ville; Gladyce L Ford, Apalachi. : George-W...West, Jr., President of West. In 28 months of operation,
Leona V. Norvel, Sanford; EvelynR. cola; Miriam C, p.. Ford Pensa First Federal Savings and Loan reports Mr. West, his committeehas

Riser, Tampa,:,Verne T. Tinker, cola; Robert Gamble, Moore Haven Association Atlanta Georgia, and succeeded in aiding 2,300
Opa Locka; and Annie B: Woody, ; Willie J. Gardner, Jr., Tallahassee y, chairman of VHMCP's Region VI families to obtain home loans

Tallahassee., ; Virginia C. Gilbert Committee. totalling approximately $23,OOO,*
College of arts :and scIences- Thomasville; Ruth Doris Gilliam. ki, .. "The availability of funds, 000.00. Almost 20 percent of these

bachelor of .arts Wilfred J. Allen Tallahassee; Irvine C. Gordon, coupled_ with the recently lowered loans were placed in metropolitanareas

Tallahassee; Charles L.Bums, Charlotteesville Ga.:; Minnie M. minimum down payments for in which only minority .
Jr., Tallahassee:; James W. Hen- William Greene Reddick; mister FHA loans, can result in a real groups are eligible for VHMCP

don, Miami; Leonard O. Ivy, ,Del. L. B. Griffin, Daytona Beach;' .., \- spurt 'in sales and constructionof assistance. Nationally, the VHM.

ray Beach; Lois E.. Showers, Emma C. Harvey, Bradenton; a H. ..,. +. .. 'hR.,4 w6. w,:: ".a.v n'. ...:x' sr., as!':' a minority housing, if prospective CP has succeeded in placing over
Jacksonville; Alice A. M. Sim. Leola H. Henry, Tampa;' Edna S. (?';j .>' &)! {y {+Y '7f Y 9. 'i,p<7lk k. +.a:i.t hca.N;Q.>.tFti.',.:\k. ..i'sa2;a g "\ \.av home buyers and home! builders 30,000 loans for 276000000.00 in
Madison Floretta:Gil. r .4. ,; take of VHMCP's the .
mons, Miami; and William Morris Honeywell ; advantage same period.Prospective
R. James Perrine Fannie M. ,.,. i. I faculties." home
Smith., Jr., Tallahassee; bachelorof ; 5vFrrlei.-WizWLYAAw+ ww.la .A.u.awew-:4 :N sWJxb vh+r.V wN buyers or
science --: Albert W. Cooke, Eulene J. Johns, Jacksonville; PICNIC OUTING A portion of the two-hundred fifty employees of the Daylight Grocery Company VHMCP was established by builders may obtain the assistanceof
]Miami; George S. Crawford, Miami Geraldine S. Jones. Jacksonville; 'who enjoyed their annual picnic outing at American Beach are pictured here. The group' spent Congress in 1954. to serve as a the VHMCP free of charge by

; Kha P. Dennard, St. Petersburg .Clarence D. Kinsler Tavares; the entire 'day last Sunday enjoying games followed by a picnic and bar-b-que. nationwide clearing house by addressing inquiries for informs::

; Shellie M. Dickerson, Jack Evelean W. 'Lancaster, Thomas- Many of the employees were awarded bonuses and service awards by the company in the form of bring together prospective bor. tion and applications to the Exe-

sonville; Jo Ann C. Forte Plant vile; Edith Meron,Landers, Tallahassee salary increases. rowers in serach of FHA or VA cutive Secretary of the Region 6

City; Ruben V. Finley, West Palm ; Lucinda P. Lawrence, Tallahassee financing and lending institutions Committee, Rudolph Zadnik, 402
Beach; Clara M. B. Floyd, Tallahassee ; Juanita D. Lewis, Mc- I Dr. Manning' Efferson Named Dean At FAMU I all over the country who are in Walco Building, Atlanta 3, Geor

; Clenny; Lucille T. Lewis, Clearwater DOCTORS AID the market for such mortgage

Luvenia Loretta Galloway, Ocala ; Martha Lawton Lewis, TALLAHASSEE-The appointment A and M faculty in 1923 as an loans. 7fIIr'<9" .

Carlton E. Gibson, Tallahassee Dade! City; Freddie D. Martin NAACPDINNER of Dr. H. Mannang Effersonas instructor of. mathematics and VHMCP's services' are available gia.SUPPORT

; Alyce C. Hicks, Pensacola; Quincy; Frank C. Merritt, Madison dean theJUniversity at Flo science, secretary of ,the U. M.- to members of minority groups .

Mildred D. Hollins, Tallahassee; ; Jesse L. Meuse, Sanford; rida A and M has been announcedby C. A. and assistant dean of men, anywhere,' and are also available

Willie G, Holt,. Columbus; Ga.; Nellie C. Miller, Jacksonville; The formation President George W. Gore, Jr., served as dean of administrationfrom to others who reside in small
:Victor D. Hunter Miami; Nathan. Lucius R. Hills Tampa; Lawrence NEW YORK effective July 1, 1957. July 1, 1950 to June 30 of communities and 'remote areas. THE YMCA .
of
of a subcommittee physiciansof
lei L. Keeling, Tampa; Lawrence D. Mobley. Brooksville; Jennie G. to stimulate Interest Dean Efferson who joined the this year. The VHMCP is administered by
physicians
D. Apopka Mareatha Murphy Tallahassee.Inez .
Kennedy, ;,
among doctors in support of the .
D. Lightsey, Ocala; Marshall Neal H. McDonald, Tallahassee; NAACP's national benefit dinner

Jacksonville; Betty L. Pender, I Lillie M., McDonald Tampa; this November was announcedhere .

Marianna; Nathaniel Pilate,Mims, Thomas J. McDougald, Chipley; today by Jackie Robinson, I
Robert L. Roquemore, Orlando; Eliza T. McGee, Madison; Ray. chairman of the Association's L TO ALL TELEVISION

Oscar Sanders, Palmetto; GeorgeW. field M. McGhee, Gainesville; 1957 Freedom Fund campaign and .

Smith, Jr., Fort Lauderdale; Mattie W. McKinney, Hawthorne; of the dinner committee. SET OWNERS
; -
Hllmon S. Sorey Jr. Bascom, Leo Philip J. Nelson, Tallahassee' ; Ed- co-chairman of thephysicians' : ; ; "
Serving as
Thompkins, Jacksonville; ClarenceF. ward White Niece, Mulberry; Alfred -

Vickers, Tampa; Jean F.Washington E. Paige, Tampa; Effie D. New York subcommittee doctors. They are are four Dr. _; ?ti:;;J ; } i ; : ,:; WFGA-TV Will Be on The Air
DeFuniak; Marion Naomi Palmore, Gainesville; Johnnie L. ,
George D. Cannon, of the staff,of >. : : 't ;: '-' :
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Wiggin Tallahassee; Morris L. Pandley Jr., Jacksonville; Annie I the Hospital for Joint Diseasesand : : : : -- -- Daily Program

Williams Tampa; Alice C. Wilson L. Spencer Pender, Tallahassee; a medical group of the C- : Service 1st.
Lake City; and Washington Eartha C. Poitier, Tallahassee; Health Insurance Plan of Greater ; : ,; Starting Sunday, Sept.
G. Woods Jr. Eustis.School John P. Powell Tallahassee Emma ;
; New York; Dr. Ira A. McCown, 4. 3. -. ; ..
of Education bachelor Harley Reid, Tallahassee' '
a physician for the New, York .
of science in education HowardR. Bernice, L. Russ, DeFuniak state boxing commission; Dr. > .. :' :' Check Your Television Set and
Aaron, Ft. Meade; Alice P. Springs; Clyde, Althea Russ. De. Arthur C. Cogan, of the staff of ; : ; .
Akins, Miami; Nettie R. Barnes, Funiak Springs; Lillian W. San. ''Health In. .
Harlem Hospital and a ._..1.: : .. : Aerial Installation by Turning
Marianna; Irma E. Clayton, Pompano ders, Lakeland; Rebecca E. Savage surance Plan group; and Dr. John :" : .
; Lonnie C. Coleman. Miami; Lake City; Dorothy T. Edward Lowry, past president of .. :. ': i i .!: 1"Vr: ':'. I'' Your Set Dial To Number 12 s si

Money L. Cook, Live Oak; Eman- Simpson Lake City; Milton M. the Queens County Medical Society :>; ., ,. I ... .
uel Cranford, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Thompson, Jr.; Tallahassee; Vera '., .' ; i v Several Times Each Day Until

Fannie Smith Cunningham, Quin- M. Tice, Madison; Mildred E. W. The NAACP Freedom Fund dinner &. *> '3 You Receive the WFGA-TV Test
cy; Rose J. Doyle, St. Petersburg; Turner, Gainesville; Willie J. Wal. will be held at the Hotel ,;

Caretha A. Dubose. Winter Ha den, Tallahassee; Dorothy A. Wale Roosevelt here on Nov. 22. Some :. j :;. Pattern That is Being Telecast
ven; Lee E. Fann, Jacksonville; ker, Tallahassee: Willie U. Wale 1,000 persons from all sections of ,
Horace Freeman, Jacksonville; ker, Pahokee; James Allan Washington the nation are expected to attend ': { Each Afternoon and Evening.

Theresa L. Herring, Jacksonville; Panama City; the event, at which the admission I '._ r \ 9f '
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Alfreda E. Johnson, Ocala; Idella E. C. Waters, Reddick; will be $100 'per couple.Mr. :
Ruby L., Larkins, West Palm Governor Alexander Weatherspool, Robinson noted that other .-..:.)1--' : -
Beach; Jacqceline H. Mohr St. Cuthbeat, Ga.; 'Barbara J. Wig subcommittees in addition to that ;:f' : ,.: You Do Not Need To Install A
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Petersburg; Crizell E. McKnight, gins, Sarasota; B. of the physicians are being organized ,1 ': .. ,'; .
Set To
Live Oak; Sarah S. McMillan, Villiams, Jacksonville; Eugene C. to appeal to professionaland '. : ;, .''> *,* ,/;,; Converter On Your
River William McGlock- Williams, Winter Haven; George special interest groups. : .
Junction S
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ton. Rock Bluff; Ruby E. McTear I., Williams, Tallahassee; Ruby The main sponsoring committeefor -; :
Jacksonville; Mae B. Oden,' De Robinson, Williams, Bradenton; the dinner already has three ::;=;:' : i : S Present Aerial May Be All You
Funiak Pom James Willis. Tallahassee; Mattie physicians serving as co-chairmen.
; Malphine Parrish .
pano; Mary L. Patterson,.Panama L. Wood, Panama City; and These are Dr. Harry Greene of _s.i- .j _. .' Will Need To See Channel 12 .
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Pearl S. Pringley Quincy; Master of science Gwendolyn' I of Detroit, and Dr. Cecil Marquezof I '. : '1' '

Blance L. Randall Lake City Corietta Johnson' Jacksonville, Pound Ridge, N. Y. ,. : ,_ t, Serviceman If In Doubt

Isadore R. Reed, Tampa; Ida F. and Christene Ford Knowles, Tal. The threefold purpose of the "' : .... .. ,' "
lahassee. Freedom Fund dinner' is to raise --
Reveire, Tallahassee; Merdis C. < .
for the Association's national .1 ) .If
$100,000
Sampson, Naples; Bettye J. Sims; -
CHANNEL 12-TV To See
to stimulate participation WATCH .
budget
Dania; Izola M. ,Smith, Quincy;: ; .: ,
NEGRO KIDNAP in the NAACP life membership '
Gladys COLLEGE S. Solomon DEGREES Miami_Galley; Chirs.2 campaign, and to honor '- t' '.. ll :' Wide Wide World Sundays at 3:00 P.M. Dave Garroway
Branch Rickey, Sr: and Duke Ellington >' : : "
tine C. Speights. Miami; Willie E.

Speights Miami; Lurina B. 'nbbs, STORY DENIEDTALLAHASSEE -. ; :.' Local News, Sports & Weather Daily at 6 P.M. and 10 P.M..
Panama City Myra "I... Tucker & i .
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Cambleton; Eugenia C. Walker: ST. AUGUSTINE MANIS ': ."Uf: Kraft Theatre and This Is Your Life Wednesdays
Sheriff 'f-.
Jacksonville; Margarett White ARRESTED FOR ": j

West,Palm Fort Beach Lauderdale;'Grade; Irene L. Williams E. Charles County has Rhoden,advised of Gov.,Hamilton Leroy PAYROL ROBBERYST. ;L-- : : 4 : ::: Groucho Marx and Dragnet Thursdays

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Collins that .
Williams, Havana; Marjorie ,A. a report a Jasper Ne- --X .
Williams, Tallahassee; KatheryneC. gro resident was kidnapped and .AUGUSTINE-Marshall H. ".t. i The Big Friday Night Fights at 9:00 P.M.
Wilson Chipley; Hattie"R.. flogged by a band of white men is Williams, St. Augustine, Negro { -i SSv f *&,.
with the theft last Janu- !
charged .
"entirely incorrect"The .
Woolridge Clearwater; ZebedeeW. 9 l
Wright Fort Lauderdale; and sheriff, who previously had ary of a $1,431 Bennett Hotel pay- = I..>> : i ix Big League Saturday
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told roll, was returned here this week -' '
Flora Wynn, Tallahassee newsmen there was no basis ,
School of Engineering and Me. for the story, was asked by the from Houston by St. Johns Con .: '= .' Wt. .All Your Favorite NBC and' Stars
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Programs
Governor's office I stable Van B. Lindsey to face ; ; .
for
chanic Arts-bachelor of science a report .
charges. ..... ,
Greene Winter after the NAACP and another Ne- r. VK -
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Anthony ,
Lindsey said Williams who ; : ,-*- ::: WFGA-TV
,Haven, and Frank E. Martin, gro organization, the Florida Vot .. I '
Quincy. School of nursing education ers League, asked for an investi- hotel authorities reported vanished ...:" Jacksonville
after being sent to a bank here
gation. .
-bachelor of science in nursing y
for the payroll, was arrested more
Ernestine F. Edwards, Deer. Rhoden wired the Governor that 1
than a week ago in Houston as a FGA-TY
:field; Lillie B. Patterson, Lake the story originated with J. D. 12
in murder. He CHANNEL
suspect a was released .X
Wales C. Tallahassee Cox, employer of Van -
; Georgia Royster Curry, a but following a check of
; Shirley L. Shaw, Monti Negro, "apparently became worked P. *
his fingerprints with the FBI St. i
cello and E. Walker up about the matter" and
; Lydia reported Johns authorities were notified ofWilliams'
Goulds. it as a kidnapflogging.The .
whereabouts. Lindsey
Graduate school-master of education -I,I sheriff said investigation asked Houston authorities to arrest -
Susie A. Abrams TallahasSre showed Curry had been involved
Williams,and hold him for
_ ; Annie L. Acosta, Tallahassee .in a fight with a white man over return here.ACHING.
; NeRoy Anderson, Pensa payment of a debt, but that there

cola; Freddie L. Andre w.s, had been no kidnaping or flog-

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NEGRO HELD IN GEORGIA. PINELLAS MAN HELD +I

Arrlllnam; County News I STAR LODGE BANK'THEFTS: ON RAPE CHARGE

WAYCROSS Ga. 19.year.old CLEARWATER 22-year.old
k:
-- __ ; .t man was bound over to a grand
-- oei T TO CELEBRATE.ANNIyERSARY Jimmlo Rice, from Douglas, Ga.
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BY E. J. VREEN Jury last Wednesday on a charge.of .
was arrested, last Tuesday by the
.r- 608 Madison SirMt, Palaika. Florida raping .a 43-year-old white
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.. : L FBI and charged with a violationof
.' East 5-3O25 Y' 4f woman on Aug 1st.
,Photo.
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,. the Federal Reserve Act in
1 .AV John .Edward Paul pleaded innocent .
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j .f" connection. with the shortage of in & preliminary, hearing
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: i Whea a man seeks roar..advlee, he. generally wants % $1,360 at the Farmers Bank of
J .; V praise.Chestertleld.The ., :E :. > The Star Lodge No. 267 of the : before Magistrate Ray E. Ulmer.
your
Sunday. Morning. Band will celebrate Douglas. Paul Is alleged to have raped the
many friends of Miss So- .... _
its 49th Anniversary Sun. woman after she heard a disturbance -
,. ate Mae Preen win regret to Mr. Arthur Lockhart: returned i Scott J. Werner, pedal agentin
day. August 25, In the.Debose. and left her bedroomto
-4eara that she,is ffl at; her home, Sunday from New York City, : charge of the Savannah office
Hall on Osceola Street from 3 Investigate. .
m South 17th Street, Fal&tka.Mr. where he spent a very pleasant VV of the FBI said Rice was arrested
V to 5 p.m.A. .
vacation visiting relatives and in Douglas after a month-

,V and Mrs Issa? Carr were friends. >.& ka' very timely program will be long investigation by the FBI Stop pam of piles
visitors in South > presented during the celebration.Mrs. -
-very pleasant i .I
r .i in cooperation with the Douglas
*Carollna. last week. They were Mrs. J. .A, Long, and'her daughter Thelma Barnwell will .be police department.The today at home 1
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.accompanied, by Mrs Carrie's arrived in a1atka, last Mon. 3-* __ ___ the guest speaker for the occasion. '

tfather.- day from New York City money was discovered missing -or money back! 4In
j36V & ti, III'' on July 10. Werner said an
doctor's teats, amasinjr newStainless
Other
'!Professor and ''Mrs.F.R.Brooks Air. and Mrs. Eddte Norris acicompanied 6 participants on the program Investigation Indicated that Rice Pazo Instantly relieved
are John T. Byhum Mrs. torture! Gave Internal and
used bank piles'
some of the
Dora Vreen fundsto
by
Mrs.
and their nephew Butch, returnedlast Viola Sneed Mrs. Beatrice external relief I 6 medtoanj-nroTed
Smith
week from Ft. Lauderdale returned last Friday from New buy equipment for a_ band ,Ingredients Including Triome. relieve
Mrs. Maggie Farrell, Mrs. Willie with which he paliLltching his antZy!Reduceswelimfrpromote
York City where have been was to
they appear asa
where they.spent two weeks visitIng 4.'L Mae Washington and Mrs. Anna healing.You alt
Mrs. Brooks' mother. the house guests of Mrs Thelma 1w vocalist. walk in comfort I Only stainless
Belle ,Darby who will introducethe
Johnson for the post month. Mrs. pile remedy. Stainless Pazo: Sup
speaker. positories of.Ointment at druggists.TralMMf .
':Mr. and Mrs James Edwards of Johnson is the daughter of Mrs. :. Patronize Star Advertisers _/ GrW s.d ZAb.rstwie*h lea.Oittw.et .
in 'Palatka last Preen and the sister of Sirs. I. S. Seals, Chairman, stated 3.ppwit.ri.a
Miami, were I I.
Norris that all lodge members and I

.Tuesday., visiting Mr. Edward's.mother. friends have been invited to attend You Don't'"ave to Go to Town to Get

Mr. Fred Coley and Mrs. Bessie the
\ program
Hester attended the Shriners' ___IsVMrs. V ;+ '.yv;.P Yr. V_V -
Mrs Helen D, Long was called LOW PRICESOn
Convention in Philadelphia last
to Orlando Thursday to attend 'Fannie B. Stone, seated center, of Tampa, Florida,

:..,::" the funeral of .her cousin.. week. Poses' ,with proud friends after she has been designated as WOBSPROGRAM

Mrs. Rosa. t K.' ,Ragsdale. had as "Woman of the Year," by the National Negro Funeral Directors, Your

.. Mr. and Mrs. Roger' :McCloudThave her house guest over the week- Association at Its annual August convention held I recently In SCHEDULEMONDAYYRIDAY

Miss St. Louis. Left. to right: seated, lf os. Sue Cox St. Louis Mrs.
: as their :house guests, i end Mrs., Little john of Jacksonville ; .SCHEDULE DiiutSTORE; NEEDS

Jacquelyn Hamm Mr. and :Mrs. ] .. Stone, Sirs. LU Sawyer, St. Louis; standing;, George Coleman, .*0- C:tZ Sip On

Clarion McMillian and son, Dr. West Palm Beach,, Fla., Mrs. E. C. Holton, Sarasota, Fla., and ':OZ- C45 News ft Weather

-arid-Mrs:: L.. B. 'Pappy and daughter ,Mr.,and,,Mrs.- ,GiTjrard,Green_had L., R.. Sears, Fort': Myers, ,Florida.!, f*S- 1:00 HeaYin'i Road (DeaconGrace Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

and Mr.: Kenneth and E. A. as their house guests last,,week, 70- 7:03 News )A Weather .

Pappy who are there to attend Mr. and Mrs., Meril Lavaln"of EX-MATE STOPPEDBY 73- I:" Honda Capers (Bob. We Will Meet Any, Prices Advertised

the wedding of Miss Sara Me.Cioud Orlando. Mr. Lavain is coach at PURSUED: ,WIFE Hudson) *
orHOMtMAKIN $*o- S43 News .A Weather I In Your Local PapersWOOD'S
24. the Jones High School -
on Saturday. August -
1:11:80,Morning Capers (Bob

t\ Funeral services for,,. Mrs. Mat. An argument between ex-mates .:10- .:03 News Hudson*)Weather -

*Bev. and, Ml. Otis Brooks of tie'Pinkston were.held.Tuesday at came to a dramatic ending Saturday 13-190. Juapia' Show (Johnny DIXIE PHARMACY

.;Jacksonville, motored to East the Morning Star Baptist Church Ordinarily:Tm not'one to waste Aug. 10 when the ex-husband Shaw) .

'.Palatka, Tuesday to ,attend, the with the Rev L. N. Anderson of ,anything but last month I threw 1 followed the former wife home to it* -lfl3 News ft Weather 1302 ICINGS ROAD ct MYRTLE AVENUE
half 10OJ-llOt Gospel Train No.1 (Deacon
bushel dC and
!funeral of Mrs. Mattie Pinkston. Ocala, performing the burial away several a quarts of cherries.peaches complete an attack he made on Grace) PHONES EL 3.3397.91W

accompanied by Mrs. her ,when met in front of 11:00-113 News ft Weather Deliver W. Alto Fill All
They were rights. The E. W. Lawson Funeral We went-on a buying spree at a they 11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon fecton Pnaerlptl.a
Brooks sister ,Mrs. Sara Bheams country fruit stand, thinking we'd 1175 kings Road.
Home was .in charge' of .arrange Grace)
PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER
AND
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Mrs. Gladys Jackson, and Mrs. ments. eat some, can some, and share the 120-12:05 Local News (TronneDaniels ,
Police records indicate that .
rest with our neighbors. Only our ) *
,Bosetta Dixon neighbors had the same idea that Willie Lee Drawhorne, 28, met 125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel) BILLS AT OUR STORE

Mrs. Mildred Bryant of Jacksonville partievlar week-end and we his former wife on Kings Road 12O510 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tnnetimo)

:airs. Lula Washington,' of 1240Odessa was in Palatka, Tuesday, couldn't give away a single peach. and an argument started, she 10- 13 News ft Weather
Before I got around to canning 13- 2:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
Street Jacksonville, is in attending the funeral of her aunt, them all, they had spoiled! turned-to walk away and he cut Grace) .

'P 1atka, visiting her niece, Mrs. Mrs., Mattie Pinkston. Bill told our sad story to- the her in the 'back. 23-ZtO-30,Zl3 News Gospel ft Train Weather No. 2 (Deacon
Willie Lee 'Vreen. Mrs. Mable Lynch of Bradentonis couple next door but sot no sym Grace)
She went' home but followed -
was
pathy. Instead, ; 30- 33 News ft Weather
In Palatka, visiting her rela.. I he got a look by Drawhorne who cut the 3:03Coe'ampin Show (Johnny '.r,;', _,...
tives. 1 Shaw)
Mrs. Thelma B. Williams returned inside their screen and tried to get In the &:eo. &:03 News ft Weather st.

; Sunday, from New Jersey big new RCA door. Just as he did, the ex-wife. 43- 5:00 Jumpln' Show (Johnny
Mrs. Louise Johnson of Miami, Whirlpool up. Shaw)
:, after a very pleasant vacation. is the house of. her 'right freezer Mrs. A. N. Lampley, hit him on 50- 53 News ft Weather
guest parents,
". ..' !Mr. J. Dunmore recently returned neatly laden the head with an axe and a 53- 5:45 Jumpln Show (Johnny .; : '
.. Mr. and Mrs Norwood. I with country- Shaw) .
.,.:... to his home in Palatka, fresh brick. SATURDAY SCHEDULE .
Miss Alene Cnmmlngs is in Or.laEido fruits ':H- C2 Sip On .
rafter visiting his children in spending her vacation as and vegetables, C2- IOS News ft Weather
'Chester "Honey, come on over here," he ,:OS- 70 HeaYen's Road
Pennsylvania. the house guest of lira Rubye called."Have I made a discovery!'* 7:0073 News ft Weather x'j r rr

Saunders. Well, I've seen a freezer before< ABOUT PEOPLEMRS. 7:03- 80 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob ',
but I assumed V VV
a wide-eyed expression 10- S3 News ft Weather
MALE CHORUSr and let Bill tell me all aboutit. BEULAH TYSON' was 83- 9:00 Moraine Capers (Bob .. ::
Bells He showed me the five fast Hudson)
Wedding .
; PLANS WEDDING freeze shelves and the gliding bas recently In the city as the house .:tt- 9:03 News & Weather

kets at the bottom of the cabinet. guest of her relatives, Mr. and 93-100 ampin Shaw) Show (Johnny ..:'.. % c J e iV

TThe Male Chorus of Zion Hopebaptist Alphonso Prison,: 1419 W. 9th "And take a look at this door," heurged. Mrs. Ira Hemby, 1863 W. 29th St. 10:00-103 News ft Weather :'tr '; _" 'VV-' V
St., age 29 and Omeria A. Dan. .''The shelves are adjustableand 103-110 Gospel Train No., 1 (Yvonne
Church will Daniels
present a these gates hold pack. )
.. %wbmanles3 wedding on September iels, 1117 W. 20th St., age 30, age In place" eyery <. ZETH E. GIBSON sailed for 110-113 News ft Weather

:36 at 8 pjn. in the auditorium Henry L. Ford 2428 Southern It was I who noticed that the Havana, Cuba recently on a short 113-120 Gospel Daniels Train) No..1 Yvonne ,

of the church. Ave., age 18 and Emma L. Davis, freezer was made by Whirlpool vacation. She Is accompanied by 120-12:05' Local News (Yvonne,
the whomade Daniels)
\.. Bride for the'wedding will be 1681 W. 2nd St., age' 151 Corporation our automatic, same washer people and I her mother, brother and cousin. 125-12:15 Job.Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
> Ortland Meadows, 216 May St., 12O510 Noontlioe TmetimeYvonne
B. Britton with Stephen Sanders dryer.That's all I really needed to .. ( Daniels)
I- age 20 and Luellen Billins, 227 know. BRENDA JOYCE JOHNSONleft 1:00- 1:03 News ft Weather
as bridegroom. 1:0320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne
"Bill, I mused, "I think we
Chelsea St. 17.
age the city recently for Detroit.. Daniels)
really need a freezer like this."iAnd
Bridesmaids will be WalterSatvk 20- 23 News V ft Weather
:Dewey Smith Jr., 1434 Prince Bill agreed. \ Mich., where she will be the guest 23- 30 Sahuda7leuso. (Johnny
Harold A. Cox, W. G. StT::, age 24. and Zellene W. Williams If I had planned cunningly,1 of her aunt. She was accompaniedby Shaw).

Byrd, Samuel Senior Sr., with 752 Elyon Rd., age 20. and far in advance,I couldn't have I 30- 33 News ft Weather
Isaiah Jones as best man.. Thefcride's done ,a better job of selling ay'' her'grandfather, James Mc- 33- 40 Saturday Session (Johnny .
Donald Levy, 1815' W..45th' St, husband,on that freezer. Kinney. Brenda Is a student at Shaw)
father will be played byA. 25 and Daisy Hayes 1629 &:oe- 43 News ft Weather
age
s. James Weldon Johnson and is a
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:83- 50 Saturday Session (Johnny
Kindell and mother
': Mrs. A. Helene St.. age ,18., SEWING. .. MACHINES. member of Bethany .Baptist V ;. Shaw).
< Alcoy.jjRIngbearer Walter R: Giles, 744 Minnie St.:, WASHING MACAiINESSaks Church. 5053 News ft Weather.
p :' 53- 55 Saturday Session. (Johnny
I i will be LonnIe Hart age 21 and Pearlie N. Dennis,_ 736Minnie Shaw)
: and_ Service, Since liD
Jr; flower girls Samuel Senior SUNDAY SCHEDULE
Stage-21. ROBERT REYNOLDS, a mem- <*0- f*2 Sign On
Li 4. JrJ: and Johnnie King. :John Lowery s McClli ton Williams 1877 Mon. -24 BROAD ST. EL 4-7743 ber of the senior,choir of Antioch ''*- <*5 News ft Weather
;i will be minister and Thomas crl f' Rd. Lillie BUYSELLBENTREPAIRHAMWEY '.:05- 70 Heayen's feoad,(Deac03
age 27! and M. "
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.. Baptist Church, is 01 in Brewster Grace)
Jackson will assist Cecil'Fisher Copeland 2035 Moncrlef Rd;, age BROS. Hospital. 70- 73'News ft Weather aW4
+ Will.be at the console. 30. 73- 730 Beam's Boa4 (Deacon 11 kLK .(Q
A :Qrace) ?
730Sttt Latlmoro Gospel Status
(Lire Gospel Singing)
$*S- 830 Healing Waters (Oral,


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1030-10:45 Temple of God (Her. W. B. When

f Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment 10i5-ll0 Hearen's Herbert Grace) )Road (Deacon wGiuandTQthc. \

110-113 News ft Weather' C00 ...

Trade With Firms That Cooperate With The Community 113-120 120-123 News Heaven's Grace)ft Weather Road (Deacon

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13130 Heaven's Road Yvonne with -
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: '13020 ML Ararat Baptist Church superb liqueur quality!
I > : BARBECUE Tile Best in Jax (Bev. Dallas Graham)

20- 30 Jafeo(Live Gospel Gospel Review Singing) Gordon's brings velvety .

For 3*/- 40 God Holy Shrine (Mother. ,
to
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; : Breakfast Lunch After the Movie Snacks &:tt- 50 Church of God In Christ ; for


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1 Football Sessions Open. At Gilbert And Stanton .. I



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1
He Is 6 ft. 1 inch and weighs 150. has taken over the shortstop spot,

; ASPIRANTS MEET COACHES MISSFLIS WINS SUGAR HAY ROBINSON is haw well will Logan fare on his

hammering away at his sparring return 1THE

TO PREPARE FOR SEAEON CHAMPIONSHIPSMTENNISGAMES mates In his Greenwood Lake. TYPE ,OF FOOTBALL.
p N. Y. training camp in getting WILLIE GAUMORE played, at

I ready to defend his title against the Gator Bowl last Saturday-
By c. PARHAM JOHNSON Carmen
welterweight champion night when the Chicago Bears
Q Basilio at Yankee Stadium, Sept.
the
played Pittsburgh
Monday; August 19 was the beginning of the football season 23. Robinson has Jimmy Taylorof Steelers..
one couldn't, tell whether he
# season la Jacksonville when the Fighting Panders of Matthew W.U&eii Wilmington Del. and Lee Williams was

_
ball
playing
< ire the BIDe "Devils of New Stanton High Schools were The-most outstanding player in of New York as his spar. pro or-collegiate. He-
ran with the
r caBed to tbeir- Initial sessions by the coaches of the schools to the 1957 Florida Tennis Association ring mates. Reports from the ball just as he ,did
as ,a Rattler. He the
was leading
,
prepare for" tbe 19b1.eou.The tournament which was recently
champion's camp say he Is In Up- ground gainer of the
Panthers coaching staff of; held in Daytona Beach was evening.
top shape physically. When he walked into
Matthew W. Gilbert with Earl s. MANY FANS SEE Miss ,Richardson Ellis a memberof CARL (Bobo) Olsen is finishedas Eldorado Club to attend the swank-
Kitchen who win be_ the Eureka-LaVilla Club of the, reception -
taking over a fighter he said after his
as head coach, and his assistant Jacksonville, who won three second round knockout by Pat given in the players'honor

W. ,F. Cannon, line coach; Oscar BEARS DEFEAT ,championships-Women's Singles :McMurtry of Tacoma Washing very after charming the game he was with who: a

Norman backfield coach James Women's Doubles and Mixed young lady
; i ii ton.'McMurtry is the ninth ranked was later introduced the
H.a to
Robinson,end coach: ,- Charles Wai- Doubles. r heavyweight by the National Box. : group
_
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PliTSltELERSThe i as Mrs. Willie Galimore.
don assistant backfield coach met .
The election of: officers was ing Association. He entered the
the prospective candidates to begin I COACHES JAMES SMALL of
188 and Olson
held and the following persons ring weighing & ,
Stanton High School and Earl
instructions in the fundamentals

were elected: John H. Jackson a former middleweight championwent
,
of football. more than 18.000 fans who Kitchings of Matthew W. Gilbertare
(Orlando), president; ,Mrs. Addle : in at 184. Olson said: "I am
braved weather aftera down
threatening 1 getting to business. In
In a melting held with his Mosely (West Palm Beach), vice about ready to quit the ring for
heavy downpour of rain to A calling their squads together with
staff Coach Kltchings pointed out president; Emmett N. Reed Sr. toad
watch the game between the the assistant coaches, the hard ,
to the men the problems that (Jacksonville), executive .secretary PITCHER JOE BLACK has .
Steelers and the Chicago
Pittsburgh grind is about to get underway.
await them in rounding out a Bears with some of the best ; Mrs. Ton Roux ,(Tallahassee produced the kind, of pitching the]

squad that will represent the players in the country, such as e) recording secretary;. Miss Washington Senators need. Black

school since more than. three Areatha Jones (Jacksonville), has been doing a great job since
Perry Jeter Bobby Watkins J. C.Caroline TITLE MATCH SLATEDTO
fourths of the last team treasurer Robert Rowell the Senators.I
year's ; (Day. he was acquired by
William McClung, Jack
was lost through graduation. McClairen, Willie Lee, Willie Gall- tona Beach), referee and :Manton TOMMY (Hurricane) JACKSONand BE HELD INDOORSLOS

Over on the west side of town more. Henry Ford. Gehrig Harris Maple (Jacksonville) public relations his manager Lippy Breidbart

Coach James (Bubbling) Smalls I director. are battling over the cost of,
and a host of others. : ANGELES-It has been
and his assistants at New Stantonare for "the title match recently '
'
The first real thrill of the game<< The 1958 tournament will be training announced by Promoter Cal Eatoa
faced with the same problems held between Jackson and
came when little Perry Jeter tooka held in Orlando during the second that the world lightheavyweighttitle
of and the Patterson and his
replacements teaching Patterson.
31-yard punt from the Steelers week in August. .The place of the bout between champion Archie -
fundamentals to new aspirantsand mother are asking for an itemized
'
Charley Sheppard and scampered 1959 tournament was. left open Ljj Moore and Tony Anthony
refreshing the remaining 73, yeards for the Bears first until the Executive Committee account of the expenses.: He has will be staged indoors at the
members from last E a refused to endorse the check for
year's crew on
touchdown. The touchdown run of Meeting in April at the Cypress Olympic Auditorium Sept. 20.

,the details.. Jeter was the first time' he had, Street Recreation Center,, Day. $50.000 until he is perfectly satis- 'The fight will be televised nationally

Over a period of years, Stanton touched the ball during the game. tona Beach. fled., Jackson said: ""I don't care except for a "blacked

High School in Jacksonville has The Bears struck again when to be a Beau Jack. out"' area within 150-mile radiusof
The Association
,been noted for its great football -Willie Galimore ,took, a, pitchout endorsed the WHEN TED, KLUZEWSKI, the Los Angeles.

teams. Many of, the stars went from Zeke Bratkowski and went following 'tournaments:' Easter slugging first baseman of the
,
time-Daytona? Beach,, ,Hercules The Olympic, .located in down
on to 'college, and made headlines over for another touchdown. Gall Cincinnati Redlegs was out of
Club and Recreation 'Department town )Los, Angeles,_ has, a seating
as standouts on the teams. In more, .the former Florida A & M 'the 'game and Couldn't'arry on,
serving as host; Labor Day week. capacity of 10.400. Tickets will be
recent 'years Stanton' has pro, star was the leading ground gain.er x a r Big George Crowe took over and downward'tram
end-Eureka-LaVUla. Jacksonville 4- & t scaled $25 to .
;
for the because of 'his hitting and field.
duced some, fine football talent evening with 70 yardsin
.
Christmas week-end '
-City Beautiful $7.05.
,under the, tutalage of head coach eight tries.. Just a freshman ing, Big Klu, hasn't been able to.
and Orlando. '
Smalls and his worthy assistants; in professional football? it didn't move )lim,. Now, 'Johnny Logan. Anthony is scheduled to arrive.

'He.is hoping to produce a, winning poem to matter to him that 'it Any*. desirable information concerning the, sharp 'fielding shortstop of in :Los Angeles Sept.. 16, Moore

team in 1957/ i was a professional ,game from the association's activities ,the, Milwaukee} Braves is on th.iJ1Jure4' will train ,at a ,camp 20 miles.

the way he ran with the ball can be secured from John H. ; 'list and Felix Mantilla north of San Diego.
Gilbert
Since Matthew W. be.
Jackson, president of the club at
'
came a senior high school it. has
NEW 1002 W. Carter Street, Orlandoor ------ -
met and defeated of the: COACHES BEGIN
some besj '
Emmett N. ,Reed Sr., 1112 PRO FOOTBALL STAR- Jack McClairen, 210 pound -
teams Florida and Georgia have FOOTBALL SESSIONS Pearl Street, Jacksonville. 6 ft. star end of the Pittsburgh Stealers 'professional foot L GoingPiacesl! T! ;
had to offer. Eeven'starting from
scratch the coaches are hopefulof AT EDWARD WATERS ball team has started out on another great year. ,His performance *e-

in the Gator Bowl game last' Saturday night,, between ..
coming out with something The football Althea Gibson Hurt the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Chicago Bears. This,
season has gotten
that they didn't: konw
themselves 'Is McOairen's second year as a Steeler. He jumped from
Football is on its way. Both underway at Edward Waters Col. Over Press Attacks
the campus of Bethune.Cookman College where he starredin
.
lege with an entirely new coach
schools face scedules this f.M1.r:
heavy football to,win the Steeler Mcdalren's )M :
ing,staff that comes to the Kings a place on squad.
year. Road school highly-recommendedfor PITTSBURGH: Pa. ,Recent home _is -in Panama City, Florida but he nqjv lives in

their new duties both men attacks .on ,Althea Gibson by Pittsburgh.SPORTING.

hold members of the,press have caused
Master
degrees_ from the
MATSON VOTEDOUTSTANDING University of Indiana. the tennis star. some' deep con. I

cern when, they charged that she
The ,head,coach is George Bell. ITUPBy
! has become bigheaded since she.l : ..
All of his work, both his under. n444S ; ;
has met with success.
graduate and graduate was done C. PARIIAM JOHNSONxoaa "
at the University of Indiana and i I In retaliating, the statements < :
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He was a member of the Indiana 'at these stories about my treatment gets has said he, will sell his: than glass. It's impact resistance

football squad and the track team to the press. I have always cabin cruiser, which he operates : it four times that of ordinary

CHICAGO OUIe Matson was for four years. He- also played treated reporters with the great.' on the Long Island Sound If the I crown glass. The players who

presented the Chicago Junior two ,years on the Fort Benning est respect but_I, don't stop every Dodgers make the shift from wear glasses are: George Crowe,

Chamber of Commerce award at squad. He played,halfback duringall time they bark." Brooklyn to the Pacific Coast and Cincinnati; Earl-Torgesonv White

,the College AlLStars luncheon of this time Bernie Crimins, Miss Gibson claims that the settle in Los Angeles. .. .. :.. Sox; ,Bobby Avila.,Cleveland; Herb

sponsored annually by the Jaycees head football coach at Indiana bad press reports are making her BILL LEWIS, who played center Plews and Clint*'Courtney 'Washington

after being voted the Outstanding says of him, "George Bell has "meaner on the 'courts to her for Harvard College in 1892 ; Lee Walls and BUt VIr.

Professional Football Player in been one of the finest young men opponents." She also figures that and 1893 was the first Negro to don. Pittsburgh, Yogi Berra and

Chicago. we have ever had the pleasure of what's happening to her is the make ,All-American. From that Harry Simpson, Yankees; Del En n 1!

Matson, the great star of the coaching and is held in the high.. same thing that happened to time on ten stars of the major nis, St. Louis; Tim Thompson,

Chicago Cardinals was selected est esteem by the coaching staff Sugar Ray Robinson. "They cut colleges have been picked for the Kansas City; Sammy White and t:

Because) of his record last year and his classmates." him (Sugar Ray) to bits. It dream team. "Following Lewis Dave Sisler, Boston and Red

and the four-year span, he has Mr. Clarence Wilkerson the assistant seems that when, a person gets were such stars',as'Brud Holland, Schoendienst, Milwaukee.

carried the pigskin 497 times for coach t'1s 'a '1952 graduateof tq be a champion or reaches some All-American end of Cornell'' in HORACE STONEHAM, presi.

2,29'yards, has caught 77 passes Edward Waters College, a 1951 high station_, that's when they 1937 and Bill Willis Ohio State dent of the New York Giants,

good for 1,234 yards, returned 38 graduate' ClafUn College and start to chopping away. tackle and in '1942 Julius Franks said recently: "Jackie Robinson is :4.

punts for 470 yards, returned 85 I received his Master's degree from University of Michigan guard.The the greatest competitor I ever

kickoffs for 1,802 yards and scored the University of Indiana this list is too numerous to men- have seen-in any sport. There'sno

i 186 points the equipvalent of i year. He played football on both E.W.C. he had an outstanding tion all.JOE doubt in my mind ,Brooklyn

t 31 touchdowns. the Edward Waters and the Claf- record both as ,a member of our LEWIS, THE "BROWN misses him." tHIS HAWJY FUSJC 1$ CURVED TO FIT YOUR POCKET PINT SIZE t HALF PINT TOO.

i It is upon such record that the lin squads and was Instructor' in athletic teams and as a student. BOMBER" took' part in at least RENE FRILO, the fellow who COSTS. NO .EXTRA AND COMES WITH COtOW JICGU. W.SlimTrim .

Jaycees said they were justified the Artillery branch of the United Officials at Chaflin 'say "he is seven fights Iny leh the gate does the .catching for the champion .. -,

i in selecting Matson.SUPPORT States Army for two years. dependable, punctual, well,' read was more than a half-million dol Mexico City Red Devils is ,
He is a Floridian and his homeis and grounded in the fundamentalsand lars. The biggest! was the Louis- reported have been sold to the / and Handsome! Ifs the .

in KIsslmmee. He comes highly organization of physical' edu Conn second engagement in 1946. Brooklyn Dodgers and will reportto -- -
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recommended. As a student at cation." This was the first big bout after the
Dodgers spring training
pRif.
YOUR World War D, It grossed $1,925 camip in 1948. The Cuban catcher Old

564> and attracted 45,266 to Tan. has been hitting the ball at a Kentucky Tavern

,""- kee _Stadium. Other big Louis .350 clip. The scout who signed
YMCAWatch I fights were: Louis-Schmeling' in
-- him says. he hopes the young
p 1938-$1.015,012; LoulS-Braddock '.
Cuban will some day be as greatas
r in 1937-$7 5J10i;, LouIsJfova in Roy Campanella. Pocket Flask .

1941-$583,711; IxmlsJSchmeling -smart
1 HUMBERTO ROBINSON the way .
This down ..t.Rla $547,541.and Louis-Schmeling: ,

TlfRf 841739. The ,Mardano- 150 pound pitcher won 23 games

f 76-33-19 (( l fight THE in BANDY 1955 netted TTJKPIN-SUGAR$948,117. the and South lost 8 Atlantic for Jacksonville"League in of fq' have this fine Bourbon always


435-84-967 rI BAY fight 'In 1951 'Ja'the only 1954 pitched 276 innings gave ,
up 201 hits, 86 runs, struckout
fight outside of the .heavyweightranks
23. issued 97 basses_ on balls and on hand Every drop
: : + to draw' more than$500,000.
: \kJ posted a 2.41 earned run average.
Their return bout in New Yorkaty's
: tl The'next year he was called up

5 r'.,. 8 Polo:Grounds grossec1.$761. to the Milwaukee Braves. He was timed to perfection

626.WALTER in 13 games, pitched 38 innings,

23-90-42 BYERS. executive won 3 and lost 1, gave up 31 hits,
secretary of the National Collegiate 13 19 25 baseson
runs. strikeouts
'167-11-246 Athletic Association told the balls and an earned run average 7 full years'! .

Football Writers ,Association that .
of 308. Robinson was optioned ..
Somet' ['!J he's up the NCAA Is in the process of to Toledo the same year
Sometfeaca he's
dorm
Be aMt, subtracts investigating 29 member schools and won 14 games and ,lost 4 -

,He works it aO around for possible rules violations. In just three months time. In 10ff" _BOJT1ID.li.Ol( : :. .

FOURTEEN MAJOR LEAGUE 1956, he reported to Wichita and .

FOR AUGUST 31 baseball players-wear glasses'and at the time he was recalled by PMOF UGtfrtR..., uwoi. PRICED > ,

24 -9S-50 the American Optical Companyhas Milwaukee In 1956 he had won KIXTVCKY STtAltflT BOUIKJ! .FH9 TSatarday
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iat+ k developed a lens:that can-be 9 games and lost 9. He, was born _OWw01K CO': tofllPVitti rt. : .,

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THE FLORIDA STAB f' Saturday, August ,
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OPENS LAW OFFICEJENNINGS NEGRO, KILLINGBY ; :' '

CHIPS OFF THE BLOCK 1 1u Drive 111' Liquors On King's Rd.: *


By JAY JAY SHERIFFISJUSllFIEir *
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School bells rang for the teach .', + "
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era on Monday. Most of the school '" t
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people are glad to get back Into :;..:- : *

harness. Each train brings more '..... # *

and more of them home from vacation .. SANFORD A coroner's jury ... '

and summer school, Among *
ruled this week that a deputy
those returning home are Jackie sheriff was justified in killing a *

-. Coleman, Barbara Robinson, Veat. Negro in an incident Sunday, Aug.
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rice Washington, Arieaa. Felton
f % r 18, that almost set off a race riot. L
.w-.: and Nelson Grant. The jury ruled"justifiable hom- iMz *
and his tam
Isadora
Singleton
icide" and thus cleared Deputy
ly left for a vacation trip to. De.
Morgan McClelland of any wrong;
troit and spots in the Midwest di doing in the death of George H< : IWJ'attlau

They will visit :Mrs. Singleton' Danner,", 29, who died of three
sister Hannah in and "
Chicago bullet wounds' inflicted during a N3 e c e
members of Isadora's family. Oh x*
fight with the' officer.

yes, they are flying all the way. Nine persons testified at, the :

Cadet William Prince son of hearing which lasted only 22

Arlean Felton is making plans HENRY BEST minutes. Eight of them saw' the
to return to St. Emmas Military '
shooting. .
Academy, Rockcastle, Virginia Jennings Henry Best announcesthe McClelland testified he only .
Billy is a member "of the band opening of his Law Office in Up .r .be Peed Cap a
his after Danner attacked
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pulled gun ConvienUy Located Kings Road & RushingAll taeeeAmertouu atdandtng r matA
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and hopes to become a non.-
this term. ing. 410 Broad Street. Attorney Danner. eontrr and emr" eomouotty
questioning .. Prices '
At Best
Popular Brands a letter place 4 wblcb to tlvu
Members of the Les Regelettea Best is a naiire of Jacksonville: The 50-year-old officer said he

had their beach party on American who received his elementary I was investigating a minor acci- ,. -. -

Beach the other week The schooling at Cookman and Dam I dent when Banner's car sideswiped "
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and members Street schools. He was graduated and drove < .' ,t:
," guests stayed long another vehicle : ,' "
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and had a good time. On the subject from Stanton High School in Jun.I! over a man's foot. When he stopped ',.#;';' KRUEGER BEER ,t > *iC

of the beaches we can think of 1943.The I Danner, McClelland said, he :.

of no better place than Little young lawyer is a yeteran found him to be drunk, antagon- :. iC

Talbot Island. The state operated of World War H.and the Korean istic and unable to produce a
.beach is the ideal spot for family conflict. He received his under- driver's license.McClelland "" 6 Cans Regular Size $1.00 King Size Case 24 cans'$5.16

outings and picnics. The resort graduate training at Lincoln Uni- said he told Dannerto 6 Cans King Size $135 Regular Size Case 24 cans $4.00

also has fidlitles available to keep I Tersity. Jefferson City. Missouri. calm down or he would be jail-

the kids out of mischief when En Jun. of 1956 he received his ed. Danner, he said, replied, "no .,
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they tire of the water. I LLB degree from The College _of white is going to take me r ALSO ON SALE AT :
Law.Florida A.and M.University "
Members of the local reserve anywhere. ': PACKAGE STORE: 21st and Myrtle !
TROPICANA 'y
Best admitted
at Tallahassee. was :
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unitartUlel'7' and others, return. "He then shoved me to the ::
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from summer camp last week. to the Florida Bar August 16 ground and I drew my pistol," > ENQUIRE PACKAGE STORE 8th and Davis

The local unit is commanded by 1956. McClelland said. When Danner HELEN BRITT

Ltent. Ruby Daniels. His aides Include lunged at him and grabbed the New Stanton Senior
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lieutenants: Willie Frank about the parade of the. Klan gun, the deupty said he snatched HUh School
Cola Dealers and Pepsi-
Penal-
through: downtown streets. If your back the and shot DannerIn
weapon
Robinson James Johnson and Ed.
HOME FOR SALE Cola Bottling Co. are proudto
win Matthews. We understand the vote was strong enough, the the neck and stomach. saint* Helen Brut of the

unit make an excellent showing powers that be would call a halt Some 100 Negroes gathered at llth grade class. She Is aa

at Fort Bragg. to these parades. is up to every the scene following the shooting honor stndent and a memberof
band where she plays
the
to make himself a and Police Chief Roy C. Williams
On the the trombone. She attends
issue
military we won-
Ef'ace ODe to help get out said it "looked like trouble. But .v.MVM'N r Second Baptist Church. I
Tder why is it that every white :.r.. if..rrr
: see that an eligible the crowd scattered when more
lad of 17 Is asked to join the

national-guard. The guard refuses people ter. Freedom in his neighborhood is hard to get regis but officers arrived.MARSVENUS. X6vvU ********* **

to allow. Negroes to john v w ':'tr V.y .
so easy to lose. One of the great. MAN
in the South. In fact Negro re est dangers our freedom is ,the

serve units of the army are not complacency" of our people. We SHOT THREE TIMES i

allowed to train in certain places. must wake'up and assume our

White units use the armory and rightful positions as citizen Samuel David McBride, 39, 2129 1S

other places while the Negro ,Alvin James left the city for Mars-Venus Court was arrested i..

units are relegated to the air sta the Elk's Convention in Phffly. last Saturday, Aug. 17, on an at-

tion. You may not realize it but The popular officer intends to see tempt to murder charge after he
had fired three shots into the body
the national guard is the unit
the his
# country on way "North.1Tre 9f Bobby Lovett, 24, of 2131D
which will be given police powerin recent Pro game left more I

event of civil strife between than a few fans with'A bitter and Mars-Venus Court. v .xn .

whites and Negroes.Now can you rather peeved attitlde. The game McBride Lovett told police to his when house Samuel he Beautiful home just completed. 2321 and 2340 Klnwood Avenue. Open iC'tiCg
came
see why they don't let us in the itself was fine but It hurt the iidn't want him there so he told for inspection Sunday. August 25 from 11 cun. to 7 p.m.: Near Edgewoodoff

guard. Negro fans to 'see thousands of him to leave. Lovett admitted that Avenue 3". Phone EL 47208. Anthony Kinnon, Builder. GLORIA New Stanton JANE Senior DARBY
Putt
had make
Harry to a trip empty aldP1l e' seats while theystrained
le. had been drinking and when High School
to Miami to find out what happened ; .
behind the goal posts tryIng McBride came to his front porch, .; Tribute Is paid to Gloria Jane
to Henry Wade during his to follow the balL An eyes are 7'. Darby of the 11th grade class.
he kicked through the screen and -
r recent Miami excursion. on the officials of FAMU and the iC She is an honor student, aiC
kicked McBride. t member of the Glee Club, Y-
Earl had hIs
Kltchlngs as guests
Florida Classic/We wonder if the
P Lovett'was. shot the left Observer
in Teens aod/Uie Ground -
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r.last week several members of of "Reserved Seats" for : ;*ta&u v. .: ie.
policy with
shoulder and ,- Corp. She sines
thigh, right right .
the faculty from Southern Uni will ..,;s. of local female quartet -
white fans prevail this year. side.; He was taken to Duval Medical ; ;: 'SCHOOLSUPPLIES iC. one the
: versity. His brother-in-law "Junlor" What good for the'goose is also *.
Center where he was treated h -tc .
.- Fears is basketball coach at good 'for the gander. *"
b Dr. Knowles. -
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:" the Louisiana institution and is
I Freddie Brown, the BuIck man,
Patrolmen Robert Jenkins and .
: a proud father-to-be. Also in the I is Uncle Freddie'now. His sister Frank Hampton investigated.! { m l* 1 Jf. ...1pI. "V:
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group was Henry "Dickie" Thur- Barbara, now :Mrs. Ray Reed re.

man, head of the Engineering Department cently gave birth to a boy. Mama .
-:,' and an old classmate of and the little Brave are both fine MAN STABS WOMAN \ i
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your truly. We had not seen but Uncle Feddie in under the WITH AN ICE PICK. S :; f

"Dickie" in over ten years. It was weather.A Leola Rodgers, 36, 1111 Cohen NOTE BOOKS .iI9:
good to swap yarns and relate
long missing member of the Court was stabbed several times 1

experiences. "Fourth Estate" is on the scene Sunday, Aug. 18, by a man sus PAPER
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''About Town Dr. Charles G. again.; Albert Jones, former publisher pected to be Joe Lee Boye, 35, of ) : -tctc

.. James and his family are visiting and editor of the' defunct the same address. BINDERS : : -

". 'in the city. Dr. James is a native OUR CHURCHES NEWS is backin Police reports Vindicate that the ZIPPER itvA

Jaxon and was a member of the the business. He is the man behind two have been living together and kuj ;..-,N..,., ;" ;<.,.. ., >": .Y'y.)...:..'.J

class of 1941, Stanton High. He the scenes of the newest 'j
were together Sunday night when PENS A PENCILSNICK'S '
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graduated from Johnson O. Smith publication on, the local market, Boye grabbed Miss Rodgers in j
'. and Meharry Medical College At JOHN BENJAMIN D Y
The FLORIDA Members
,, GLOBE. front of 821 E. Fifth Street and
New Senior
present be is in school at Homer of his staff include "Spike" Wash stabbed her nine or ten times withan High Stanton School *

.. Phillips Hospital in St. Louis. ington and "Unca Dickie" Davis ice pick and ran. John is a member of the 10th *

"c::- William Weathersbee is recuperating Those of you who have missed She was stabbed one time in the grade class and an honor stu

.,:. from a minor operation. Robert Brymer from the scenedon't head, two times in the stomach, 510 dent.Ground He Observers Is a member Corps of,the the

His biggest handicap was not be. know of his'latest". He is two times in the right shoulder, Glee Club, Photography Club

lug able to talk. The popular now hob nobbing with a lass of ,one time in the neck, once in the and the Laura Street Presbyterian -

.:.. coach is up and about now the boating set." Brymer is busy face and twice in the back. Church.

::!,. Elcee Lucas is one of the happiest learning an about #boats. :Miss Rodgers was taken to Du- 910 DAVIS STREET

men in twon. The popular print. Everyone had a good time at val Medical Center where she was

er's wife is expecting a visit from the,Pullman Porter's beach outing examined and treated by Dr. * *
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the stork. Friends of the couple but John Pauline, Johnny Grant I Southerland.

:,, are as happy as they are. "<<"Goat-milk"" Patrolmen I *
: and David Forrester. L.-M. Greene and L. ,Congratulations front Pepsi

Work has starte don the New Those boys suffered sunburns. C. Higginbotham investigated. II Cola te these. three. Merit
/ Mount Arart Baptist Church Connie Franklin and Ellen D. SOMETHING NEW HAS BEEN ADDED Award winners

which will be located on Myrtle Young of-New York City are the 25 r,'Uiten te the Pepsi Merit
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;. near 15th. A youth center and guests of the Seb Cheaters of 8th':, HOMES AT A BARGAIN '-:..:- When You are Haying That Party .;Jill[ f Time, WRHC u Pepsi'Teea 1400
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education building are in the street. Ellen is: a social worker in : en your dial Saturdays 3to
for .
Lovely. Brick Duplex. Fine. and Run Out of'We Drinks "
plans. The sanitarhmt1! l be on New York and a.Howard.grad. !, Urestment. LIft in one side .Wilder 4 p..Park. DancbM e t
Recreatbs
< an adjacent piece of land. They enjoyed a variety,of affairs 505 & 507 West 16th Street cad l rent rfce other Terms can. Are Ass Close As. Your Telephone. Center. Adms! "n Free
M-Sgt. Joe Alexander has returned including a beach outing. I be arranged ,
,PRICE :$ ,'".OO PACKAGE STORE --
.from Turkey and is spending '. J OUR SAVOY

a few days with his wife 1.,e i e hti f Bnaesi.w with aD ; *
lilt 1024 West 24th,Street .....,.conveniences.: 2 Be*, Phone PO 4-9202 -:- 5430 Mon : ef Road
Evie Joe is nWlNfe .
a career army man m room...::',.PRICE $5,250.00 .., *
and is looking forward to retire Small two room apt. With refrigerator WE bEI.IVER ALL ORDERS OVER $2.00Don't *
Ideal M sOary House, modem
ment. Tallahassee Hunter, owner
48882.
service.Phone EL
of Our Savoy, is offering a new I 1723 West 24th Street PRICE conveniences$6,500.00: Forget Call "Talley" *

service. He delivers all orders : Furnished room. Single or mar *
mod. :
Lovely 6 room home, all
over two dollars so you donthave ried couple preferred.. $6.75
era conveniences. Extra large
# to stop the party"when you weekly. Small room $150 a 501 West 16th Street Lot 50 x 100. Terms can be

run out of the strong stuff; its week for a single man. Phone arranged.PIEICE $15,000.00 REAL ESTATE WANTED

as close as your phone. EL 50847. Beautiful'New home, bath and

Charles "Foots" Simmons was 1263 West 4th Street a half. Reasonable Terms. FOR .CASH

setting a new style for barbers. PRICE $9,500.00Several 4 Pepsi Cole

.. The popular tonsorial artist was HELPWANTED Houses Nor Mentioned In This Ad Shown By Appointment >;' Dishes cfJacksonville
sporting "Bermuda" shorts conv. VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OP THE CITY WANT COLORED HOMES :,

plate with knee length stockings. MORTGAGE LOANS LARGE OR SMALL'ON IMPROVED PROPERTY '. .
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Stop by the Artistic and see what MAID Florida HoteL Six days MstsHil"LL. BROWN- Private Party: Phone FL 9-1762 .
the well dressed barber
wears. a week. $20.00 Phone
weekly.
Office Phone EL 4-1827 703 BROAD STREET Resldeace EL 6-3486
Folk around town are talking EL 4.9934. .

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