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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 31, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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VOL.7 No. 28-:And NEWS JACKSOfVrILLE-, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AUGUST 31,' 1957 |JJ C nl s ..

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.Bishop Nichols Charge .IS SOUGHT FOR .a. .abh '1i1, '..




BABY THIEFBetty ,


Jean Hansberry, 27, 1014 ,S- ; a \

F \V. Church who was arrested after
Unfair Trial In
Appeal being apprehended for the kid-

naping of a 3.month.old infant r P
: Friday, Aug. 23 about 7 p, m. has 4
been transferred from the city t

jail to the county Jail and placed 1 13 '


NICHOLS CHARGES TRIAL UNFAIR I IT TOOK SENATE 82 YEARS t under Washington The a infant.$10,000::, was bond.Carlton taken_ from Drake a II I! --- r\ r'P+ a


car in the 800 block of" West P .

WITNESSES\ DID NOT TAKE OATHSBishop I TO VOTE FOR NEGRO RIGHTS Church buying Street groceries.while his The motherwas other I \

t' >
children in the car said a woman i '

came up and told them, "Give med _
from his
D. Ward Nichols who was suspended post as '
presiding prelate of the 11th Episcopal District of the AME Church BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT the baby an I'll take it to its __

... on five charges of violation of the AME Discipline will offer a list Washington, D. C. The Senate passed the compromise civil mother." She. took the baby and
walked
of errors committed in his contention that he was not given a fair: rights bill 60-15, and sent it to the White House last Thursday night away.A a A'tE

and Impartial trial when he makes his appeal to the Judicial Council -i after a record smashing one-man filibuster by, Sen. Strom ThurmondDS. hQuse-to-house search was J P+ P.

asg meeting In Cleveland September 4. ( C.) who was a dismal failure as the States Rights presidential ordered and police found the babyin ') .
a rooming house at 1008 W. :
Through his attorneys, Ernest candidate against Harry Truman in 1948.
I I clares'there is no evidence from ? Church Street Saturday night, un o4
D. Jackson of Jacksonville and, the Board of its members The measure, the first to clear C +. k : ,. *9'
I or any harmed.
Lawson E. Thomas of Miami, the. Senate in 82 is minutes. That was one hour and .
considered !
,
-
years
that the Board did not him
give The 1t.
baby, son of Willie and
that 53 minutes longer than the
:
charges pre- .
certain to be signed by :
Council the authority to employ Bald'per. vious '' Zula Mae Washington of 1817 .
of
The President of the sonnet President Eisenhower although it one-man 'filibustering rec Voorhies .
Bishops erred in organizing the is'far from ord of 22 hours and 26 minutes set Road, was located by .
all he asked for. P. Aw
The officer erred In
Trial Committee in that, said presiding It'would the' by Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Ore) in Patrolman Sidney Gaines duringa < ak a' j

Committee-waanok.called at'least the following: not*'- naming. ,-morethan'five ., general'to'app1fTOi"empower federal attorney court '1953 'iifopposltiOix: ',.to-giV 1g'title 'house' to house .search which ? :; _______
persona'to T:serve t5e : p
on got underway at 5'm.- and the
tidelands : .
one week before the date set for violations to -to the states :, _
,Trial Committee into injunctions against or
;, admitting 6t)5
baby was found at ) m.
4
trial, nor was the accused sum. As the night other p.
threatened violations of voting wore on senators -
evidence over all the
objections .
,
Assistant
County Solicitor John 2 1
moned in writing as provided by rights federal from the Deep South arose _' : Pq
give judges some-
exhibits of checks touching on ; L. Briggs said there Is a "goodpossibility" :
the Discipline, nor was he per purchases in granting motions what limited powers to jail and to register their objections to the
; he will call for a
mitted an inquire into the quail.fication fine contemptuously disregarding bill as an invasion of state's rights YMtY.4L7RR1"WYMr .
persons -
by the prosecution, object
over sanity examination for the accused
: of any member of the tions to limit 1"OsS examinationof the injunctions; createa and a blow to what they termed and llrs.VUlle Washington, happy parents are seen with
kidnapper, Betty Jean
hand picked committee. witnesses; in making unreason. bipartisan commission with sub- the immemorial right of trial by Hansberry. their baby son who was taken from their car last Saturday buff .

Denied Bishop Nichols' petitionfor able limitation over objections on poena powers to investigate civil jury. was revcovered by police.
definite statement of i
more the time allotted the accused in rights problems, and set up a new But they shunned the filibuster

charges and specifications or a cross examining witness, Presid- civil rights division in the Justice tactic. Some of them were critical U. SEGREGATION POLICY
bill of particulars setting forth!
: ing Elder Frank A. Allen Department, privately or openly-of Thur- INVALID CHILD 1
and circumstances
'time, place
Trial Without Jury mond. said that he had
The presiding officer denied the Many
'. under which the alleged offenses accused Bishop the privilege of The Mil permits federal Judgesto made a grandstand play to the MAY CUT OFF FEDERAL GRANTThe
charged to have ben com-,
were BADLY BEATEN
mittd. calling to the stand several witnesses punish without jury trial cases folks at home and had "defected" -

D. A. Anderson, chairmanof of civil contempt. which are designed from an agreement not to filibus-
The charge filed by Rev. M, M. i
the Sinance Committee and to secure compliance witha ter. University of Florida which has refused to admit Negroes
and William B. Stewart,]
Lindsay president of Edward Waters College Rev. A. *H.. Smith member of the' court order rather than to'pun. They said any concerted filibus- faces possible loss of a $225,000 Atomic Energy Contract if Negro WOMAN FACE j

committee Rev James i' citizens' protest against the use of federal funds at institution
same
were not sikned by the Pres. ; ish.In ter by them would have been justas a segregated -

tednt of the East Florida Con. King and Mrs Lucille G. Cole- cases of criminal contempt: ineffectual, as Thurmond's and is heard. rniiDT t'U A Dt't'

ference. I aimed punishment- federal would h a v e invited stronger An official of the National As- \JUUl1Jllr11UI4J

The prosecution provided no circumstantial man.The presidinporf"lC'er did not judge can decide whether to try measures than the bill passed tonight sociation for the Advancement of Dr. Reitz said the university ac-
'
that Bishop call each witness to take on oath the defendant himself or with a Colored People (NAACP) protested cepted the money "with our eyes

Nichols interfered evidence with the acts or some type of affirmation be- jury. But if'he dispenses with a Nub of ,the long dispute that Monday against award of fed- open. We read the fine print and A 3-year-old boy Giles Christopher
fore 'eral funds to the of we knew what the (antisegregation -
testifying.The jury and decrees a punishment of University Harris
ended in the 1538:
of the Finance Committee or compromise measure Ella Street was
accused was denied a fair more than 45 days in jail or more' was Florida for nuclear research be- ) clause stipulated :..it's just
failed to the trial'question.
that he at any time --jury admitted to the
send Budget Funds or Public Of. and impartial trial in, that the than $300 fine, the defendant can cause the university is segregated. that we saw no problem." of the Duval Medical emergency room

that presiding officer refused to dis- demand and get a completely new Robert W. Saunders, of Tampa, Center.,
and
Church
ferings to the Wednesday
A FLORIDA Aug. 28 to receiver
there is no evidence that he instructed qualify himself and ,refused the trial before a jury. STARIN executive secretary of the Florida treatment for wounds

or directed the Presiding accused the right to offer evidence Record Filibuster EVERY conference of the NAACP, said he NEGRO MOB avulsions after he and corv.
suffered
Elders to agree to furnish the touching on prejudice of The bill passed less than two has, ,asked Clarence Mitchell, director a beat x:.

Episcopal ersidence that the some, members of the Trial Com hours after Thurmond ended his COLORED HOME of the NAACP national ing.The

charge that he "acted Impudent mittee. marathon talkfest at 9:15 p. m. He headquarters in Washington, to MOVE ON COPSINVESTIGATED Medical child was carried to the _

ly" in sponsoring an authorized had talked for 24 hours ahd 19 "seek a clarification of this contract Center by his mother:
is by'evi. Gertrude Harris. In relating th'
: story about the child, she said the
deuce. "
"The Florida state conference

There is no evidence to show ; j"f1T4 cannot see how a government con- boy was a premature baby; ant
was kept in an incubator
until
that he acted without authority in -r tract, which restricts the use of h. -
Y PLANT CITY-Up to late this was four months old. When ,.
hf
'
employing persons, at Edward ..ar funds where segregation is ,en-
week police were still endeavoring was ten months old they realizes...,
Waters Collegeo-ther than the forced, can be considered,* Saunders : he
to make more arrests in connection was blind. The baby is an in
; ojMon of President Stwartwlch told the FLORIDA STAR in valid
with an angry mob of Negroes 'and can, move arms and leg'S"but
was not accepted by the an interview early this week.
which blocked, the path of unable to stand alone; He-
Board of Management. Nichols de- SaunderS said he was referringto hears
I a police car protesting the arrest perfectly but can only say
anews: story in which Dr. J. a few words.
Wayne Reitz, U. of Florida president of a 26year.Dldman.. ',
:
NEWS BRIEFS reported the university had The flare-up started last Satur- It was reported that on Wed-

accepted a contract for $225,000 day night when officers arrested nesday, Aug: 18, the mother slap

4 f'v ;.d'- from the atomic commis- Carl Bassie Broom, 21, a Negro, ped him with her hand because he
energy
:f TRIO CLEARED sion. for carrying a concealed weapon is continually poking his handsin

r FOB BURNING at the Shell Road nn in ,the his eyes as if they hurt or he
FIERY CROSS In that story Dr.,Reitz.said''the town's Negro section' Saturday i b trying to'see. He would not '

MIAMI_ -Circuit Judge J. SritzGordon funds were accepted on a no-seg night. They were taking their keep his hands away from his

Thursday dismissed. y 4 JCS Py .: regation basis but ,because of the prisoner to their car when 'a eyes and she grabbed a belt and .

charges against three white supremacy : ,highly technical nature of the,re- crowd of some 50 Negroes blocked beat him across the left arm. -

1 leaders. Fred Hockett, search he did,,not think. the no- their path. Belt marks were on the left arm

t Frank L. Foster Jr., and James segregation clause could become a But the two officers drew their from the waist to the shoulder.

N. McSwiney, were arrested by problem."We guns and made their: way to the One mark was also on the left _
planted a 'seven, feel that Dr. Reitz is in side of lower part of
f police as they patrol car and radioed for help. hip. .."
.. foot kerosene-soaked cross on the error," Saunders said. The officers sat in their car, Dorethea Gelsey, sister of Ger.

:t lawn of a Negro who had: moved Reitz, however, declined to say which was showered yvith rocks, trude said the report was true.

i. .into an all-white neighborhood. .. h N ..:.: ; whether he thought the.college is beer cans, whisky bottles and soft Mrs. Laurlne Gelsey, Gertrude's
..Judge Gordon's ruling set asidea .kPy in danger of losing, the grant orwhat drink bottles, until a second po. mother said Christopher Is subject

f municipal court decision sentencing would happen if a Negro lice car arrived with reinforce to'convulsions when he becomes .

the three members of should apply for 'admission to ments. It was also stoned and its nervous or upset. She knew the

John Rasper's Seaboard Whiter study nuclear energy. left rear window smashed. The child had been beaten but she did
r Citizens Council to $1,000 fine and READY TO' SERVE When the Duval County Vocational School holds ifs graduation exercises "I'm not prepared to answer" demonstrators then dispersed not see it. ;
Thursday. Sept. 5, the students shown here,will'be.! candidates'for certificates. lathe" first'row, from _
L1"o days in Jail he said, "bec use- that would ,in- John Robert Callins, 25-year. The child will be
..However, Gordon left the door lefi are: Lillian Conway Irma Lawrene. Linda.MUcheUPrisdlla Williams,, Bernice Caldwell Marion volve policy that would have tot old Negro, was arrested Sunday hospital until. 'Juvenile kept in th _

open for the City of Miami to Warner second row.
file new charges against the trio. ,son. ,'and. Ruth Daniels.; control aqd the courts." and destroying property. case.lj '



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t *d.;l'; EWS. BY ERIC O. SIMPSON

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.
{, -- .
if< r t 7 A' demand that they publicly repudiate the antUXegro statementsof
V; MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: -T
..: : a Republican leader at Levittown, Pa., has been sent to the :He-
.. Moncrief Road ... : 4-6782 EL 4-6783
ZS2S
.
and chairmen the International
national
publican party's Pennsylvania by
I. ..8 '*.Downtown "-vie* Office: 423 Broad,Street Phone ELgin:4-3773. p MAKING rr Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers, AFL-CIO.

> Address: This
falling
: WO group ofj
"- P. 0., Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida WONDERFUL PR0CPESS / young Negroeformed : ment to gain our citizenshipoften
them]
t I y __ said: We doff our hats to
i -' :Eric Simpson ... ir..Editor selves into what r rights.As .
Staff
d Parriam .. ..News is known as an 3e.
'Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation Dept. NAACP Tout! a former Florida newsman

.It: Press '; branch for the' Emanuel Eaves and his associateswho
\ Member of Associated Negro -
>-- SUBSCRIPTION BATES purpose of bring- are making an effort to

One Year, $5.00; Hall Year $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 ing together work to obtain full citizenship.

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. hk young people 0 .
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks.or Money Orders o: who will work to i
1, FLORIDA A demand that they publicly
.r FLORIDA STAB P. O. BOX MI-JACKSONVILLE ; get others to

$, r .. register and vote repudiate the antLNegro statements .

and carry out of a Republican leader at
CAN BE SWINDLED 0r campaigns to im- sn sON
ADVERTISERS Levittown, Pa., has been sent to
the .
I prove community.In the Rejublicaa party's nationaland
these days when the battle
Pennsylvania chairmen, by
: BY UNSCRUPULOUS "PUBLISHERS"We for rights is at a crucial pointwe the International Union of Elec-

r need young men and womento trical, Radio and Machine Work.
I C yb awaken others to the need for
r '
white neighbors are their to vote and ers, AFI -CIO.
exercising rights
deeply that rnany of our iEfk \j I
regret very C
G James H. Paul, Falls Township,
with whom
Inclined to classify all Negroes according to the type unite solidly behind the move-
: Pa., has been quoted in the pressas
have had the worst experiences.'
they
4 terming the settling of the
Socially there is a tendency on the part of whites to classify Even if friends may attempt to '
\ it has: Myers family in Levittown "the
with whom
all Negroes among the boisterous, uncultured type ,S distract you from your serious of
invasion our community by
been their ill fate to come in contact with. purposes, you are likely to stand "
V Economicaly and in the business field there is a proneness on .. a firm, or should. The hopes you the Negro, according to the
( I : IUE, and in a telegram to Governor
with colored people
the part of many people who have had ,contact rI entertain in connection with your
Leader of
who their bills badly to classify all Negroes as bad credit risks. ; E vacation, social position and personal Pennsylvania,
:
pay 1 _
which Paul made public as ad
uncultured Negroes $
Actually however, for every five boisterous, -4' objectives may be realized
I t vising the Myers family "to go
'or bad bUl-paying colored citizen, there are at least two pollshed ;: 4 after midnight, especially if you "
I back where came from.
their _
and you
colored citizens who conduct themselves respectfully pay have contributed your just shareof
the efforts The IUE declared that "this is
required
bills promptly.
-, Unfortunately, this tendency to classify all Negroes as the worst I MODERATION ? 6-30-22-28-24-634 an outrageous offense against the

element is often extended to the fields of Negro publications with very foundations of our demo. '

the result that many business men who have been fleeced, robbed possibility of friends or members CAPRICORN cratic way of life," and chargedthat
to brand all of the family circle calling and Paul's action "has further
are sometimes apt There to make
false representation are opportunities
misled by
or ." Your WeeklyHoroscope even staying awhile should space complicated a very serious situation
Negro publications as swindlers.The giant strides toward the attainment
and location This could
permit.
and then
now of racial tension in Levit
admit is that every
must of
actual fact, we your principal objectives. a
frust- become the cause of marital or "
there some publication dreamed up by some misguided, GuideWHICH There are two "buts" standing in town.
pops toowilling domestic rifts so be particularly
rated soul who misleads advertisers, subscribers'who are only the way which you will first have The IUE demand was addressedto
tactful and far-sighted In the
to give Negro enterprise a boost, and even their employeeswho way to eliminate. One may be exces- Meade Alcorn national GOP
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR handle all situations. If
but before long you you
go all out to help Negro business succeed sive ambition and the other chairman, Washington, and
these fly.by-night promoters, after they have collected the monies BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL have anything to say in the mat should be a lack of self-confi Jay Cooke, Pennsylvania Republican .
ter tackle renovation and building
advance),
leave the advertisers and subscribers (who have paid. in t dence. It will be very importantto chairman, at Philadelphia.
PABLO The ASTROLOGERCANCER and off
By projects now put vacation -
,. employees and even the printer holding the bag. and fade plans until later. keep away from the people Signed by Al Hartnett IUE

We have seen at least three such publications pop.up 0-21-58-23-963 who may encourage you in eitherof secretary-treasurer, as chairman

from sight and it is regrettable that business firms attemptIng .... .. plan carefully and exercise considerable these directions and establisha of the IUE Civil Rights Committee -

to reach the Negro market and at the same time are willing Controversial questions that patience thereafter. fine balance between the two. the letter concluded:

to cooperate ,,:with what they believe to be striving Negro enterprise neWspaper draw in neighbors, next of kin 890558954895ARIES LIBRA .. .. .... 3-40-55-38-53-343 "I call upon you in the name
the
are taken in by unscrupulous operators who look upon the- and co-workers, should be 'sidestepped Unshaken faith in the validityof of our membership and as a person .

field as Just another way to make a fast buck. Actually whenever you find It pos- your ideas and projects shouldbe AQUARIUS _.. who believes that there
firmly
more .... ..
..
five or
here for the past rewarded this month al-
newspapers that have been published sible. Otherwise be amply Those who are associated with I
you may must not be any further delayin
decent people who are endeavoring to You may find it a full time job there will be moments of .
honest though
out and business
years are put by medium drawn into arguments, correspondence you, matrimonially in realizing the basic civil rights
render a service in the community as well as provide a good or wasteful trips. Your to maintain service or productivity doubts and frustrations. Unexpected seem to have the say whenit guaranteed to all American citizens

'i 'of advertising for the business firms of this city. labors bring unexpected rewardsbut 'due to carelessness or lack of support is likely to come comes to mutual economic interests the Constitution to repudiate
of by
business men will weigh the claims .cooperation on the part of others. from friends and cherishedones I
that
is your and
.t Our only hope don't make this your prime disbursements. Although the statements of James
their agents, check their ratings and Do not try out new methods until and this will to
ne ly-bom "newspapers" and consideration if it is at the priceof help you sustain you are very open-handed H. Paul publicly and as soon as
f their cash or inserting they have been proved to be
their length of existence before putting out I excessive fatigue and strain.' ; your confidence when Itl yourself as a rule you may objectto possible."
workable and safe. The
absolutely
threatens to subside. Avoid the
their advertisements.We I 3-20-44-19-43-321 the accelerated rate of expen-
feel that it is our duty to warn business firms not to allow ,. same precautions should be applied dangers of overconfidence by applying dtures that are not of your own

themselves to be taken in by fly-by-night publications not known to in the handling of tools, machines the lessons you have learned doing. You may have to take a
anybody else for that matter. LEO .... ... ... ; and crude materials. in the
the Chamber of Commerce or past through rugged experience firm stand to protect your rights
You remain in the 4 70 88 69 86 475
high esteem and
failures. and interests even if this means
of those who really care for you. 240333931241SCORPIO IS YOUR
\ losing an old friend as a result.
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Road at Spires month seem to be.centered in the The magnificent financial program .... ....
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home, office and places of amuse which is the product of Discord should not be allowed THE
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sowing discord at home or
devote whatever time may be nec- activities could be jeopardized if public domains this month
ExperiencedPharmacists throwing doubts and suspicions in ?
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Returning to the city' last Sun '.. .". ,. ." SMITH ._

peil'kilf9The day for a short' stay was Charles

Neal, son of Mrs., Christine Neal.
Charles is a former citizen -of A "Back to School" recital will be presented by Miss Jacqueline

Jacksonville and has spent several Smith on Sunday September 1, at 8 p.m. in the main auditorium '

Brewster Mothers Club presented years in Philadelphia where he of the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church.

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recently graduated from Philadelphia y 3s
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the lovely home of Mrs Fannie City Junior High SchooL ,He > Choir 1 of the Church Mrs

Jones, 1666 Steele Street Many became the first Negro Presidentand : -i r' ; Mabel Fountain, sponsor*I and Wedding Bells
of the officers and members of
Vice President of 'the school, Mrs. B. L. Howard, president.
other local clubs were guests for and also ,received the American 1bJ ; r Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. Theo. Chatman, 1292 W. AdamsSt

the affair. A lovely gift box was Legion Award plus many other : x : and Mrs. Leon Smith, is a member -, and Ruth Parker. 1292 West
won by Mrs. M| 'Hagans. Amongthe Adams St.
honors while in Philadelphia. Dur. .. of. Mt. Calvary Baptist age 16.
guests present were Mr. and big his stay he will,reside at 1132 Church where she is serving as Eddie J. Conyers, 2237 KingstonSt.

Mrs. G. W. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs: McCohnie Street With his aunt soloist of Choir 4, under the direction ., age 20 and Mary L. Davis.
W. G. Ford, O. B. Watson Sr., :S:1 2
and brother Mrs. Verdell Days : of L. R Burns. She will be 1753 Ella St., age 19. -
R. L. Jackson and A. Hagans.
accompanied by Mrs. Alpha
and Jimmie Butler. .* Cal W. Walton, 543 Minnie Sf.,
Hayes Moore. 22 ,
and Thelma
The TJ eta Phi Chapter of Ome. ; 'T age Greene, 1043
ga, Psi Phi Fraternity held.....its Among the many delegates The soloist,, is a student of i E. Union St., age 18.
from Jacksonville to attend the Southern University in Baton Russell
monthly formal meeting recentlyin Baker, 757 W. Church
National Baptist Convention in Rouge Louisiana. She was made
the home of Percy 'Parsons, St., age 26 and Earline P. Under
Los Angeles, California will be Campus "Woman of the Year by 4919 .
the Ave. B., 22.
1616 Garden Street Many of v age
the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Brooks. .. I the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority. Miss I
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Brothers in the city who are not 2*:2.: ay y ; ,. ..t'Y Walter Clifford Huff, Rt. 1 Box
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The Rev. Mr. Brooks is the pastorof > r v' Smbith received a scholarshipfrom
affiliated and some of the under. 30. Woodland Ga.: age 20 and
Grater Zion Grove Baptist f.Y Y f ,v,-' the School of Music at
graduate Brothers were in attend. -.. '%:: !': Josephine Williams, 722 W. Mon.
Church. They have already left Southern.
ance. Plans for the Chapters' Fall +*.'" roe St., age 22.
were completed during the city to spend some time vacationing _u.' .. ... '_'m..m..._'__ "__
program Eugene Gibbs. 1069 Duval St.,
in California.
the meeting. enjoyable fellowship HEALTH CLASS Members of the first annual Health Class which was conducted recentlyat PAYNECHAPEL and Rosa Lee Daniels, 1069 Du.

hour was held following the the St. Johns Baptist Church are pictured here. The class which was taught by Mrs Marie G. val St., age 29. .
One of the thousands of students
meeting. Alexander are seen while enjoying their closing lawn party Pictured are: Sandra Forehand. Joan

to enter the New York City Glover, Elouise Mervin, Ronald Maddox, Jerald Armstrong, Mrs Ellas L. Jones, Mrs Mildred Forehand Leroy Jones 1'76 Baldwin St..
College is Emmett N. Reed Jr. of TO CELEBRATE age 43. and Evelyn Brown, 837
Charles Baxter Isaac Carnes,
Bobby J. Mervin, BIrs. Mazie Alexander, Syh'esterVatts, .
Miss Leola King will be honored Baker Ave. 22.
this city. He left the city to age
Elizabeth Baxter, Betty Lou Campbell and the Rev. A, J. Hughes, pastor.
with an "Appreciation Night"presented establish residence with his uncle Jimmie Lee Pittman 3418

by The Home Mission and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Williams ROSETTA COHEN I WOMEN'S DAY. Franklin St.. age 19 and Delories

,of Mt Tabor Baptist -Tuesday in New York on last Saturday ,WOMANLESS WEDDING\ PLANNEDBY : PLANS FOR RECITALSister Y. Lester, 1550 Verbena Road,

September 10 beginning at 8 p.m. ., He will enter college in September age 14Johnny

In the main auditorium of the as, a sophomore. The women of Payne Chapel
Rosetta Cohen will appear P. Handy, Jr., 1424 Mil-
church. 1 ZION HOPE MALE CHORUS AME Church, organized recentlyfor
in a recital at the Queen ner Ave., age 23 and Annie Mae
the observance of their Annual
Leaving the city Saturday for Ester Church located at 329 Dennis, 1456 E. 28th St., age 18.
Washington, D. C. was Mrs. Mary Women's Day celebration '"
Orange Street on Monday, September Rufus Stanley 1071 Davis St.
QcileHca4SLed4 Jackson of 535 West Union Street A Womanless Wedding will be presented by the Male Chorusof 2nd at 8" which will be held Sunday, September ,
p. m. age 28 and Minus L.
who will spend her vacation with Zion Hope Baptist Church on Monday September 16, at 8 pjn. A has been 22 throughout the day. Stephens
unique program 618 Phelps St. 22.
relatives and friends. Included on I in the main auditorium of the church located at 1198 West Church planned far presentation at that Officers elected to serve for the age

The decors and deconesses of her vacation schedule is a visit I Street, the Rev. E. R. Simpson pastor. time. Mrs. Willie Mae Moore, celebration are: Mrs. Margaret Charlie West 675 W. Monroe
the First Samuel Baptist Church will be, St.. age 70 ,and Ethel Mahoney
with A
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Relatives; Philadelphia and unique program presented sponsor of the program, stated Latimore, chairman; Mrs. Cele-
will sponsor a trip to Silver New York City. at that time with some of that many of the talented artistsof stine Waye, co-chairman; Mrs. 675 W. Monroe St., age 26.

Springs on Labor Day. The bus Here for a few days of visiting the city participating. HONOR FETEPLANNED the city will be featured on Sadie M. DeSue, secretary; Mrs. Willie D. McBride 1345 W. 21st

will leave the church at 8 ajn. from Boston, Massachusetts are Bride for the affair will be the program. Emma Wilkerson, treasurer; Mrs.L. St., age 26 and Gladys Dicker.son .

r and make stops on Blanche Street Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnson and E. Britton; groom. Stephen San Among the participants are: G. Jones, Mrs. Mollie Hoffman, 2627 Phlox St., age 49.

at 8:15 aon. State and Jeffersonat sons, Raymond, Ronald and Ro. ders; bridesmaids are Walter FOR The Arlington Singers, Mother Mrs. Helen M. Bruce, Mrs. Ethel Eugene Davis, 1030 W. 19th St.,

8:30 ajn. and Park and Jackson land, who are the house guestsof Hawk. J: L. King Harold Augusta Maggie Hanes, Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Mrs Mattie B. Flagg, age 43 and Louise Kohn, 718

i Streets at 8:45: a.m. Mrs. Thelma Webb and Mrs. Cox, W. ,G. Byrd and M. Allen Jackson, Mrs. Harriet Deas Mrs. Ethel Mathis, Mrs. Johnnie Court E, age 40. .

Vera Monroe. The Johnsons are Senior, Isiah Jones, best man; and MISS L. KING. Kelly and the Celestial Spiritual M. Hodge, program committee. Robt. E. Sanders 984 W. UnionSt.

The Amaryllis Garden Circle the daughter and son-in-law of Mr. Kindell ,is the bride's father. Singers. Mrs. Rosa L. Boykins and Mrs. ., age 23 and Katie B. Reynolds,

will hold its annual picnic at Mrs. Jane Hayes Cokley of 1220 -Ring bearer is Lonnie Hart; flo- The Rev. R. R. Armstrong, pastor Rachel Hill, music committee; 884 W. Union St., age 19. .

Sheldon Park, Brunswick, Ga. on West 4th Street. wer girls, Master Senior and Miss King will be honored for of the church, announced thata Mrs. Alice Benekin, Mrs. Laura Chas. Hill, 725 W. Monroe St.,

Labor Day. The bus will leave Johnnie King. John Lowery will her loyal services 'to the church special invitation has been extended Frailer[ Mrs. Annette Higgins, age 27 and Gloria E. Kings 813 _

Kings Road and Davis Streets at Frances Roderick Mills, studentof serve as minister, assisted by T. and mission for the past years to all friends of the churchto Mrs. M. Watson, tags; Mrs Hazel W. Monroe St., age 19.
8 and at Eighth and Tennessee A. and I. State University Jackson Cecil Fisher will .
a.m. stop preside She will the attend the program. Mainor, Mrs. Marie Black Mrs.
leave city on September Eddie J. Green, 1023 E. AshleySt.
Davis Streets, and ,Ninth and at the 1957 National Newman at the console. Emma Wilkerson, finance committee .
Club Federation Annual Con. 14 ,for the Columbia Schoolof ., age 21 and Rosa Lee Bonner.
Everson streets. Reservations may The public has been invited to MIDWAY AME PLANS ; Mrs. Essie B. Stowers, 539 W. 2nd
St. 18.
vention which will be held in Nursing. age
be made by contacting any member attend. Mrs. Johnnie M. Hodge, decora-
of the circle. New York City at the Waldorf- Appearing an the program will FOR WOMEN'S DAYThe tions. James Keys, 3726 Riley St., age
Astoria Mills is 29 and Geneva McNair 3726 ,
Hotel. Mr. the Riley
be talented artists of the various
Mrs. Marie and
Singleton Mrs.
son of Mrs. Rosalie H. Mills and MISS EARTHA WHITETO women of the Midway St., age 30. .
The Lafayette Ladies Club will churches and the city. Serving as Marie Black, ushers; Mrs. Helen
AME Church met with their Leon Alexander
the late Percy V. Mills He is alsoa ATTEND CONFAB pastor 5338 Spring
sponsor a Labor Day lawn party member of the St. Pius Catholic IN BOSTON MASS. mistress of ceremonies will be the Rev. L. Holmes, recentlyand Bruce, Mrs. Annette Higgins, Grove Road, age 18 and Alta-
2 at the home of Mr. Mrs. Julia M. Williams Miss
September Church. Mrs. A. N. Session, a teacher in made plans for the annual ; mease Maddox 5720 Oprey Road, '
and Mrs. John Brown, 1331 West Mary F. Brown, Miss Altamese
observance of Women Day which 15.
age
the Duval County Public School
Miss Eartha Mary M. White, Lang Miss Louella :Miss
25th Street. Leatured during the Spencer,
will be celebrated on Sunday, September Jos. D. Thomas 89 Oak St.,
evening will be a variety of Private Cleaman S. Williams founder and president of the System. 8, throughout the day. Barbara Benkin, youth group; age 30 and Evelyn Darby, 628 W.
games, prizes and refreshments who was inducted into military Clara White Mission is Vocal and instrumental selec- Mrs. Mollie Hoffman, Mrs. Sadie
attendingthe Officers for the day are: Mrs.P. Union St., age 29.WOMEN'S .
District 3 of Bethel Baptist service following his graduationfrom annual convention of the Nal tions will be rendered by members H. Davis chairman; Mrs. T. DeSue, publicity.

Church, southside will sponsor a Stanton High School, is in Captains elected for clubs
C. are
tional'' Business and Housewives of the yarious music studiosof Wingard, co-chairman; Mrs. I.
trip to Brunswick, Georgia, on the city on furlough visiting his the city.WOMEN'S. Armstrong, secretary; cochairman Mrs. Margaret Latimore, Mrs. DAY SET

Labor Day. Tickets may be se- father Dr. C. S. Williams He League at the AME Zion Churchin program committee, Mrs. H. Celestine Waye, Mrs. Johnnie M. FOR ST. MATTHEWSThe -

cured from any member of the received his basic training at Ft. Boston, Mass. M. Anderson. Hodge Mrs. Marie Singleton,

district. Jackson. S. C., and will report to Miss White, a member of the Decoration committee, Mrs. L. Mrs. L. G. Jones, Mrs. Julia M. St Matthew AME Churchof

/ Camp Polk, La., following his local chapter, the Florida State DAY. Seldon, chairman; Mrs. V. Capers Williams, Mrs. Hazel Mainor which Rev. N. McCray is pastor .

furlough ? co-chairman; finance committee Mrs. Marie Black, Mrs. Emma has selected Sunday October
and the National Executive
District 32 of Second Baptist .
Mrs. A. D. Wells, chairman Wilkerson.. 13, as the date for its annual
Church will sponsor a barbecue Boards, will make a tour of the OBSERVANCEISPLANNNED .
Labor Day on the lawn of Mr. The Fifth Anniversary Celebra- ; Mrs. L. V. Clark and Mrs.L. Mrs. Walterene Brown, Mrs. celebration of Women's Day.
tion of the Male Chorus of Zion New England states after attend. Crowd co-chairmen publicity Stewart Officers
and Mrs. B. Blount, 6532 New ; Margaret :, Mrs. Helen for the day are Mrs

Kings Road. The group will leave Hope Baptist Church will be observed ing the meeting. committee, Mrs. C. E. Daniels, Bruce, Mrs. Essie B. Stowers, N. McCray, who will serve as

the church at 10 a.m. Tickets on Monday, October, 21 at She was 'honored with a luncheon chairman. Mrs. Alterene Williams Mrs. Helen pastor; Mrs. Willie Pearl Alexander '

may be secured from membersof 8 p.m. in the main' auditorium prior to departure by mem. Captains are.Mrs. P. H. Davis Mainor, Mrs. Ophelia spencer Chairman; Mrs. Luvinda

the district. The tickets will of the church under the direct Mrs. T. Wingard, Mrs. L. Mitch. Miss Mary F. Brown, and Miss Williams co-chairman; Mrs. Ruth
bers of the Florida Workers BALDWIN
tions of Sanders ,The women of ell Mrs. G. Beaton Mrs. Lessie Claudia J. Haines
entitle each tot a barbecue Stepphen president Hoffman. Program committee chair.
person
sandwich.MRS. and Mrs. Emma B. Johnson, Union and also conferred with Campbell Chapel AME Church Ford, Mrs. A. M. Robinson, Mrs. man; Mrs. Louise Young and Mrs.

Pianist. the president and other board met and organized recently for M. A. Benton and Mrs. A. D. RECITALS PLANNED Cleo Jones, director for the young

ANNIE McCORD Serving as Master of Ceremonies members of the Jacksonville Busi the annual observance of Women's I Wells. FOR MALE CHORUSThe people's program.

'will be C. Parham Johnson. ness League incidental to the representation Day, which has been.. scheduledfor 1 Mrs D. Anderson, Mrs. I. C. Captains are Mrs. Martha Presley
HONORED RECENTLY October 20. Armstrong, Mrs. S. Best, Mrs. A.
the Pettie
Bringing Anniversary sere of that body at the Walker's Male Chorus of Mrs. Mae Vaughn, L.
monette will be the Rev. S. Andrews The Chairman for the day's Frazier, Mrs. M. Perkins, Mrs. Philadelphia McDaniel and Franklin Young.
Pa. will be
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presented
Annie McCord recent national meet -
Mrs. was
Holmes and Mrs Drucilla Walker.
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of Allen Chapel A.M.E. activities Mrs. Dora Dennis, announced in three
ly honored with a. surprise baby Church. Usher Boards to serve She will be the guest of friendsat that all plans are being musical programs be. delphia.The .
shower in the home of Mr. and ginning Sunday at 3:30: p. m., In will make its final
are Usher Board No. 4 of Zion Washington. D. C., Philadelphia made for the presentation, of an Elidabeth group

Mrs. Alex Phillips 225 Oak St. Hope Baptist Church and Usher Pa., and New York City before enjoyable affair for the entire CENTRAL CME. 27th and Ionia Baptist Streets.Church on E. appearance Tuesday night in Mt.
Mrs McCord the Bethel Church
was
recepientof Baptist across
Board No. 3 of Abyssinia Baptist returning to this city to com day.
many lovely and useful gifts The second appearance will be Moncrief Springs, under the sponsorship
Church. plete plans for the dedication of The pastor, the Rev. S. E. Fel-
for her baby Denise. A variety TOOBSERVEMEN'S in St Matthew Baptist Church of Mrs. Ruby Allen.
the new' Clara White Mission der announced that the
Groups to appear on the cele. regular
of tasty refreshments were served ..__ 28th and Moncrief Road, at 8:30p.
bration will be the :Mt ,Ararat Shelter ,House for indigent transient order of worship will prevail .
by the hostess. m.. and sponsored by Mrs. PATRONIZEFLORIDA
Baptist Male Chorus Mt. Sana men. I II I throughout the coming week. Emma Watkins The will
Persons DAY group
present were Mrs I
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Baptist Church Male Chorus Be
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Odessa LaneMercedes accompanied by Mrs Liza Mae
Grayer, thany Baptist Male Chorus, Little .GALA LABOR DAY HOLIDAY 3IOVIES. McClaln, former resident of this STAR
Mary Pavnell, L. M. Jones., Gertrude I
Rock Baptist Male Chorus St.
city and daughter of Mrs Emma
Morse, Janie and Sarah Paul Annual Men's Day will be ob-
A.MJ3. Church Male Chorus. ADVERTISERSKINDERGARTEN
Watkins
now in
4 Harley, Rena Washington Jessie Tabernacle- Baptist Male Chorus, STRAND .MIDNIGHT TONIGHT SAT., AUG. 31st served Sunday September 8 at residing Phila. .

Myers Margaret Rice. Maggie West Union Baptist Male .Chorus, "I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF" the Central CME.Church, locatedon
Hamilton, Annie McCord. Willie PLUS the corner of First and Davis
Emmanuel Baptist Male Chorus, OPENING
I # Philips, Miss Carrie Mae Albright "INVASION OF THE SAUCER MEX" Streets.. ,
Guest
Group, will be Day Siring: '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jackson, Hoi.Us Baptist Male Chorus. Others to % SOX..SAT SEPT.: 1-7 Melvin Copeland, who will'serve -:- CUMMINGS NURSERY SCHOOL -:-

Felton and the Rev. Cornelius appear'will be: The ML Ararat "GUN GLORY" PLUS "WHILE:THE CITY SLEEPS"' as ,chairman for the event, announced -

Jenkins. Quintett, Mr. L. G. Conway. of that a very well planned 1359 West 19th Street =

SUX..TUES. SUN..l\IOY. program will b e presented
Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, and
YOUTH PROGRAM others whose names will appear ROOSEVELT T SEPT. 1.3 SKYVIEW SEPT. 1.2 throughout the day. r. Will Open Its Fall Term '

I SET FOR SEPTEMBER8 later. The contest between :Mr. W. BOTH 1st RUN. 2 BIG DAYS ONLY! The activities will begin with ; : ,"

G. ,Byrd and Stephen, Sanders, as BORYCALUOUNflJUG JOHN WAYNE. the Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. : Tuesday, September 3. ,

WAYCRO8S The senior choir King of The Male Chorus of Zion CAPER" T. Nelson will be the superintendent '

of St. John Baptist Church on Hope Male,Chorus, will terminate .-Plt15- &THE BOWERY SEARCHEISS"BOYS IX I, charge.Itching. ,. Ages 8 months to 5 1/3 years l"_ .

West Oak Street, will sponsor a at the close of the Anniversary. "BADGE OF MARSHAL" .

youth night program-on Sunday, The General Public has been invited WED-THURS., SEPT. 4.5 "FIGHTING TROUBLE"S Torture'IOM'TLY # *

September 8, at 8 p. m. ,to attend., BOGART & JERSEY JOE BIG ,NITES!

Serving as master of ceremonies i THE HARDER THEY FALL" TUES.WED..TIIUB3. RELIEVED Open Monday through Friday ; t -

for the affair will b e MRS. ANNIE RAINEY of 760 and Yvonne DeCarlo antiseptic -r' "
SErr."WRl'rrEY S-5 A doctor's formtl'soothing -
z "SLAVE GIRL" Hot Lunches Daily Pick-up & Delivery 21
Evangelist R. L. Lambert. Robinson Ave., and grandson ON THE \VIXD" Zemo-promptly relieves the .. .

Appearing will be the Singing Elijah Jr.. left the city last FBL-SAT."LEATHER, SEPT.SAINT"Plus 6-7 Bock Hudson & Lauren ,BacaD itching burning of Skin Rashes For Information Call EL 5-3259 : : :11

Jubilles, Pearly Gates and the Saturday for Philadelphia, 'Pa" Plus Eczema, psoriasis Ringworm and t
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"GUN FOB A COWARD" "B4 > FOB EACH ,OTHER" mgan1l Qafd'mo' ... '
,' Special guest will be the Golden friends. They are members of of ,

Voices Gospel Singers. Shiloh Baptist Church. I .
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-The Annual District Convention of the Jacksonville District
crowd attended the fourth annual
More than a capacity parent-
Senior School Churches of God, which opened sessions August 27 at the Churchof
student counseling hour at the New Stanton High.
God auditorium Steele and Blue Streets will continue through
to'six O'clock. ,
Sunday afternoon from four ,

I The annual counseling confab is held each yeain order to assist Sunday, September 1.

parents, students, teachers and other school personnel with regardsto The opening program on Thurs-

the overall planning and scheduling procedures involved at New day at 10 a. m. was featured z

Stanton for all of the students. Special emphasis Is usually placed with the welcome address. by

en the major prbblems and concerns of freshmen students and or Elder P. C. Hickson, host pastor

students I who have unusual problems, according to Principal Charles a JC
and a discussion b, the various
D. Brooks, and Mrs. Juanita G. Wyatt, dean of girls at the school.
ministers on the topic, "The New
The counseling hour activities
got underway Sunday Highlighting the two hour Birth and How Does It Come
'tmmedlate.1 affair'was the explanation of the *
ly following the About.
curriculum offerings at the school
t oral medleys by Mrs. Annette A. The District Youth Congresswas
by Mrs. Thelma H. Jones,-chair.
M. at the piano. Presiding
Espy
II : :i. conducted each night begin.
man of the scheduling committee
over the formal program was E! '
1 who discussed the state and ning at 8 p. m. Highlight of the
rood L. J. Banks, Assistant Frinfpal -
who requested the audienceo county requirements for high Thursday evening's Youth Congress .

school graduates as well as the rY was a special welcome pro.
Join in with the singing of. ;
graduation requirements for each = gram to the delegates. Participat.
!'America The Beautiful", which'.vas h. '
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of the curricula at the school. the
ing on program was Mrs.
the opening song. The Scrip. ; ;
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ture and prayer was read and Following her explirit presentation :.i:.;{.;. ".: Sophia Mason, William Jackson, ,

delivered by Rodell F. Roberts, Mrs. Jones volunteered to :::.ll:.(::.... f Mrs. Bessie Mason, Bishop J-{. C. >;+' ... '>, ( .

coordinator of distributive and answer several questions pertaining t Cooper, Elder Andrew Hines and :t. t.

to the program of studentsand Elder F. J. Lane.
'coopera education at New
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Stanton. or certain departmental offer. a- Mrs Bessie Phelps, district ( .".r' :. }
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of the Women's Auxiliary : }
president
Other participants on the pro. ings.Mrs. ... .. : .' 'M.t
Wilson llinlc presided over the 2- p. m. .
gram Included Mr. Brooks, the A. H. coo ___ ..... ___ _mnm.m_._ ___n__ ____.._.__ .._ .. __ww ..
to the and reminded the dinator gave a brief report on meeting which was conducted by
i group .
Miss Emma former
Lundy, pupil
principal who extended greetings the health services and answered ,Defending country young men of this city who are helping to defend the country against enemy at. the Women's Auxiliary Participating

visiting parents and students that questions pertaining to her dutiesin tack by participating In the operation of the Ground Observer Corps are pictured here in their daily on the program was Mrs. of the Brokenborough Music

-this was the beginning of an the clinic and the basic proce- activity. The observation tower on 45th Street and Moacrief Road, which was constructed yb a groupof A. Wheeler, Mrs. Rosa Hall, School, will play, "Impromptu No.

1 .annual series of such Informal dures involved In .caring for ,students Duval County vocational Students is under, the auspices of the James Weldon Johnson Branch, YWCA, Mrs. Ruth Dempsey and Mrs. Ola 2," written by B. Franklin Brok.

;gatherings designed and held primarily who become ill or get hurton Dr. E. W. Thompson, Chairman, and Jesse W. Ward, Executive Secretary. Mae Williams! enborough, at the RecreationCe

for the students welfare the campus.The -- Mrs. Annie Griffin delivered the
nter, Thursday evening, September
and that the program grew out audience was treated withan sermon for the Friday night serve
"AFTERNOON OF MUSIC'.SETFOR
-of: a real need expressed three unusual piano duet by Serena WOMEN SET ice. The Gospel Singers of St. 5th. At that time Rev.

:years ago by parents and students Joyner and, Thelmetia Argett. Mary's Ga. were the guest. Brokenborough, will celebrate his

who needed additional con. Greetings were expressed by representatives SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 22 The Saturday session will beginat anniversary.

Terence time with teachers and from the various OBSERVANCEFOR 10 a. m. with devotions beingled W

the various counselors prior to parent organizations.The by Deacon Glenn Pope. Other I

the opening of the regular school concluding of the participants on the program for ST. PHILLIPS
phase "Afternoon of Music" an original musical production by. Dr. C. S. SEPT. {
year- for students. The day was program included observations by 29The Saturday will include Theodore
Williams of this city, will be staged for its 16th showing on Sunday, .
Uso set aside for those parentsrho Miss L, E. Solomon, counselor and Bryant, J. C. Fletcher, Mrs A.
September 22 beginning at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Church.
worked during the week and Mrs. Juanita G. Wyatt, dean of Serving as for the B. Wheely and Mrs. Ruth Demp TO OBSERVEFather
sponsors
ould visit the school only during .
girls and chairman of the guidance
women of Holsey Chapel
presentation will be Mrs. A. L. sey.Model

he annual Sunday Conference services department. Refreshments Patterson and the missionary societies WEDDING SET CME Church will observe the annual Sunday School at 9:30: a.
lour concluded Mr. Brooks who
served at Hie
were m. began the Sunday service conducted -
of First Baptist Church. Wemen's T. Vincent Harris of the
invited the to continue Day on Sunday,
parents
end of the formal programABOUT by Alvin Parris, District
visiting the school and check on The "Afternoon of Music" is a September 29 throughout the dayin St. Phillips Episcopal Church announces
Youth Director of Sunday Schools
their children's progress as wellas service done in song. The invo- I BY ZION HOPE the main auditorium of the and YPE's of the Jacksonville that Bishop Hamilton

observe the overall school PEOPLE cation, scripture, songs of nature, church. District. West will conduct the Holy rite

in operation at the hymns of the church, and the '
program
school. message will all .be delivered -in MALE CHORUSThe During a recent meeting which The 11:30 a. m. devotional service : of confirmation on Sunday, September
will be conducted by Mrs. 1, at 11 a.m. at the St.
The will close with
song. program was held at the church Mrs. S.
Wesley, with J. B. Ferguson Phillips Episcopal Church locatedon
the mass rendition of the Halleu. peneva
Mrs. A. Polite and
daughters, L. Coley was elected as chairman Union and Pearl Streets.
and Bishop W. L. Ford take
LOCAL BRIEFSThe Helen and Dorothy left the cityon jah Chorus. Male Chorus of Zion Hope
: with Mrs. Beatrice Logan serving ing active parts. The following candidates will
August 5, and returned on A special audition and rehearsal Baptist Church will present a Wo- I ,
as co-chairman. be presented for confirmation:
August 24 after spending their period will be held. Many of the manless Wedding at the church S

Blue Light Saving Club vacation with relatives and church choirs, choral groups and Monday night, 'September 16, at Other officers are Mrs. W. M. Miss Brenda Johnson, Mrs. Thel-
man Johnson, Miss Gwendolyn
will sponsor a trip to Little Talbot friends. They motored to Detroit, leading soloist of the city will 8 p. m.Mrs. Donaldson finance committee Asthma
Johnson, Mrs. Evie Alexander,
Island on Monday September Canada. Niagara Falls, Chicagoand participate.Dr. I L. Z. Powers will serve as chairman; Mrs. Hettie Cotton, Miss Lillie McClellan, Mrs. Esther

2. The bus will leave from Eighth the Lookout Mountains. The Williams stated that the mistress of ceremonies, the Gos tak chairman; Mrs. M. Lion, pro. If you choke, cough, fight for Jackson, Charles J. Skinner, Alton
Avenue at 10 minutesto family returned to the city with breath, gasp, wheeze, lose sleep
and Myrtle presentation is planned for one of pel Chorus of West Union Baptist
gram committee chairman, .and because of bronchial asthma, no Adams Jr., and Mrs. Corrinne
9 a.m. and will make a stop their sister and brother-in-law, the best in the history of the Church will be the serving choir. matter what you have tried be- Brooks.

on Eighth and Davis at 9 ajn. ,:Mr. and Mrs. Samson Nero. production. Appearing on the program will be Mrs. Margaret Pollard, secretary. fore. GET EFFECTIVE FAST

The Public been invited to Ellis Morse of St. Paul AME Group captains are Mrs. S. L. RELIEF OR YOUR :MONET The general public has been
BACK with NEW amazing clinic- invited to witness the ceremony
,attend the outing. Mrs. M. L. Johnson, District Church, who will feature "The Coley, Mrs. Margaret Pollard,
tested wonderful PARASMA
ally which wilt be impressive and
President of the Senior Women's Stork Parson and The Stranger." Featured Mrs. tablets follow the label avoid
C. H. Hall, Mrs. Eola Green, ( excessive one of the most sacred of the
Convention, left with the delegation soloist for the wedding will use). Get PARASMA TO-
Usher Board No. 3 of Mt. Sinai Mrs. Dene
Clark. Episcopal Church.
Saturday to attend the Na- be Robert Carter, who will sing DAY, ONLY $1 at your drugist.
Baptist Church will sponsor a DeliveriesBorn
tional Baptist Convention in Los nputial selections "Because" "I
nidget wedding Monday at 8 p.m.n .
Angeles California. Before Love You Truly The Singing
the church auditorium. Partici.pants returning
in October, she plans tq Angels of Joy will also appear.
the
will include members of '
_ board. Catherin Williams will be visit relatives in San Diego, San to Mr. and Mrs.: The participants are: bride, For Office Home
Francisco Oakland and Mexico. Matthew and Laura Cotton, or
bride and Pedro McKinzie the Charlie Brittan; bridegroom,
1091 Slorida Ave. Aug. 657.Ttunao .
groom. Stephen Sanders; bridesmaids, W.

Rev. Charles J sand Marie Nunnally, G. Oscar Senior Joe King
I iThe Crosby, Byrd, ,
1644 W. 21st St., and pastor of 1426 Francis SL Aug. 8-57. Girl. Walter Hawk. The ring bearer REGULARLY $127.95-NOW ONLY

The New Hope AME Churchof Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, Johnnie and Johnnie McClen- will be little Lonnie Hart; flower Nw.iddw h ra 95 !
Bronson will hold its annual
tan, 1638 Illinois St. Aug. 257.
southside. left the city yesterday girls, Samuel Senior, Johnnie L. d.-S.tr Nan.
homecoming observance on Sun. !
afternoon for Los Angeles, Calif., King Clifford B. and Orion Har. $ 5 fake
.day at 11 a.m. Dinners will be Boy.Willie -b.r.yt..f, s+ei. .
where he will attend the sessionsof and Lettie Williams, 1543: rell Johnson. The preacher will
nerved free the .
wor..ship
following .the National Baptist Convention E. 2.th St. Aug. 257. Boy. be John Lowery and Thomas f..r.r.r abet at. .
.-. services at the church. II
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While away, the Rev. Mr. George and Helen Lang, 1954 Jackson, of Abyssinia Baptist

Crosby will take his vacation. He W. 14th St. Aug. 557. Boy. Church. The bride's mother, Alcojr '

District No. ,jl of First Corinth is expected to return to the.Cityon Jimmie and Clara Little, 972 Johnson; best man, Islah Jones; 1

Baptist Church will sponsor chic Sept. 23. W- State St. Aug. 657.:) Boy. bride's father, A. L. Holmes. ,... ...

1 ken dinners on Saturday August Paul and Agnes Butler 1273 Others appearing are Joe Brown, l ..9't

VJl, Jo the church's annex. The Sol Brown and others. ..
W. 30th St. Aug. 1557. Boy.
I MR. AND MRS. ROBERT ROLLAND
'public has' been extended an invitation NEALY are In the city Henry and Eliza Flint, 1153 W. Presiding at the' console will .

to attend. .the affair. spending their summer vacationin I 3rd St. Aug. 857. Boy. .be Cecil Barnes Fisher.

the home of Mr. Nealy's bro : ---- -
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ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and
of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church THE SEAFOOD CENTER Caf.rO4..a1
Mrs. Eddie James Brown Sr., of
will sponsor a tea on September
1839 Mosley St., southside. Mrs. r r
Sth, from 4 to 6 p.m. in theasement
: Nealy is a teacher in Crawford. Comer Myrtle Ave, and Shad Roe
of the church.
vllle, Ga., ,and Mrs. Nealy is a BUYS OF THE WEEK
student at State College, Orange-
Mrs Rosa Lee Summers and
burg, S. C. '
MEDIUM MULLET lb. 29c r
Mrs. A. Floaird of the J. W.
burr
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Burrough Club will sponsor an Shrimpboat WHITING S ., lb. 20c

outing on September 2nd to Silver ALAINE AND DEBRA HIGGINS ,. 446
IL LARGE MULLET -**;.< Ib.. 29c
Springs Florida. The bus will daughters of Mr. and Mrs. >> -

pick up passangers at the fallowing Lawrence Higgins of Philadelphia, SHEEPHEAD .t :*-*-* lb. -29c

streets; Broad and State are visiting their grand and great ; .
Ib 49c
CATFISH .- :
Streets at 8:00: ajn., Davis at grand parents, Mrs. Annette Higgins '* -. t :
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Kings Road at 8:15 a.m..' Myrtle and the Rev. and Mrs. E. W. BLUEFISH ; lb. 29c .. \ i ,

and Kings Road at 8:30 a.in., and Williams of 1613 E. 22nd St. BONELESS l ,.:',.' .;;\." \ -. r J w.. nrtW .

Tyler and Kings Road at' 9:00 SNAPPER FILLET .- Ib. 59c -AIQnfaWe-- .....-. ... ... ..-.., "\ ......
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wr1r! Members and friends are In. SUSIE MOFFTTT of 1722 ."X ,'">... Ie .
MRS. MIDIITJIFLOUNDER :- ..... ... I UIM6 oa .......f.
iied to attend the outing. Mosley St., returned to the city '.. lb. 29cWHITE

from Hampstead N, Y., and MEAT Ib. Tables, .clsDrasti ?(fined lln Price.
CRAB $1.00
Reading. Ja., where she visited _

relatives and friends. She was FLORIDA GREEN LOBSTER : lb.55c
ACHING MUSCLES
the house guest of her grandsonand MEDIUM SHRIMP For Boiling lb. 49c Aetna Office Furniture Sue. '
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....... .Ja .. tI..... ..t..Mnf. ..... daughter-in-law. Bertha
....wtfc BTANBACK.tafeUto..p ...mCTAK8ACK fltt and Nicholas Jeffery. In FREE PARKING
tot to ,ri.. ....'*****
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..... .f.'..WMMM thf STAN BACK f.m.laHIHO Reading she was the guest of her I SPACE SIDE AND REAR -:- 126 Broad Street Phone EL 5-5866 -;-

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AA WHITE MEN QUIZZ
NEGRO CITIZENS '
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NEGRO ON NAACP .

THEN BEAT HIMCHATTANOOGA


STANDING FIRM FOR RIGHTSI Tenn A .

young Negro man told county po.

TUSKEGEE, Ala. The injunction issued last week ordering lice he was ordered into a car at

the Tuskegee Civic Association to halt the boycott of white merchantsin gunpoint and then beaten with a

Tuskegee and Macon County, Ala. will not affect the activities of : rubber hose after being asked if

the group, Dr. Charles G. Gomillion president of the boycott organization :; f,: fr"' :; he was a member of the National

said this week. ; v :: I Association for the Advancementof
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The injunction issued by Judge :cI'I
i:.f'Fi'iY: } tk Will O. Walton at the request of LEON GROUP iar'' ; :fir .
Alabama Attorney Gen.John Pat RN Sheriff Y. W. Maddox said Tom

terson, restrains the TCA and its '" : {t.., Gartrell, 22, told officers he was

supporters front "using any force, SEEKS ACTIONON stopped on the street shortly
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threats, intimidation and coercionto :;:,4'''A.; ',.: p.' :R' after midnight by a man who got
prevent any person from trading f cut of a car and asked If he .,

with or buying goods and INTEGRATIONTAG knew where whiskey could be !
services from any nvxchant in r7 : {: 4rh. p bought. Three other white men .

Tuskegee or Macon County." i Vb were in the car, he said. ,_

:Patterson said his investigationof LEON GROUP Pg. 5 Y Gartrell was made to lie down

the economic squeeze on white XI 1 ... in the back of the
Tallahassee The Inter-Civic { .?. : yit' car and was
merchants indicates that it is an Council last Wednesday made its ps. 2 d' s "4, :isY. driven to the nearby APison community .

effort of the TCA to "destroy the third request to the Leon County where, he told officers,
economy of an entire city." School Board to take voluntary the unidentified quartet cut his
j He vowed that the injunction steps to bring about the "moder f y clothes and administered the
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will be "strictly enforced" saying ate" integration of schools. whipping.

that violators would be punish- The Council, which staged a ._._____. ._._._ _________._m____ ____ Gartrell was dumped from the .
able as criminal contempt of boycott of municipal buses earlier DISTRICT MEETING Dr. Karl Bernes, Executive Secretary of the National ducation Association is pictured In the left photoas car after daybreak near the east

court with a possible penalty of this year, asked for a biracial he delivers the main address to the.members of District 6 of the Florida State Teachers Association. Seated at the extreme left is city limits and a resident of the
$50 fine or five days in jail. meeting to draw up integration Prof. Charles D. Brooks host principal for the meeting which was held recently in the auditorium of New Stanton Senior High School. area' called the sheriff's office

It was noted that contempt cases plans and said it preferred the Seen in the right' photo are; W. DeVaughn Sweet. President of the Duval County Teachers Association: Dr. Gilbert Porter Executive after seeing the Negro lying In a
r are not subject to trial by jury "conference table" to court suitsto Secretary of the Florida State Teachers Association and Chester Coward Principal of the Douglas Anderson High School. ditch Maddox said. \
under Alabama law. implement the U. S. Supreme


Tuskegee Judge. Dr. Gomillion Will, Saturday O. Walton's commenting, on words Circuit in in Court's"We. have school no specific desegregationorders. plan 'of CONSULTANT I Ii BODY IS FOUND IN YARD GRAVE; WIFE IS HELDi.' ;. .


enjoining use of "force" threats, integration," said the Rev. C. K. _

intimidation and coercion" in Steele president of the council. TAMPA, (Special) Police arrested had twice refused police officers warrant, they were again refused was impossible.The .
carrying on the boycott and de- "We will go into any meeting an armed and elderly woman entrance to her home by brand entrance by the armed woman body was in a shallow
clared that the TCA has never restored with a friendly and open mind to 7F on an open charge Thursdayafter ishing a pistol. They called the and were able to gain entrance grave with earth piled on top'of

I to such methods in its ac- try to work out the details." using tear gas to rout her first time Thursday morning to only after using tear gas. it. It was wrapped in sheets witha

Steeles letter and a copy of 'a n Y 'ariai from her home and finding a par- check on her aged husband, Larry In the back yard they found a pillow under its head.

He also cited the judge's definitivities. formal resolution, twice presented i tially buried body, believed to be Ford,whose employer said he had mound of earth'that covered a Officers first suspected the
tion,of, defendants as TCA,"offi earlier 'and ignored by the school that of her husband, in the back not seen him in 10 days. decomposed body believed to be mound contained a body when

cials, members, agents, servants, board, was received by Amos yard. When police 'returned late that of Larry Ford. However, immediate they found ants and maggots and

employees, followers, successors, Godby, county superintendent of .... Annie Ford was j jailed. after she Thursday afternoon with a search positive identification smelled an odor.
and all other persons in active public instruction. .i{.< ..i.t -
concert or participation in the Godby said it will be turned i t

boycott" as ineffective, inasmuchas over to the board at "one of Its '" .
the movement was a spontaneous future meetings. The next meet.
and not a forced one. ing comes Tuesday. ON THE AIR SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 1st!

"We are trying In good con- i" !i (,
'Dr. Gomillion said tha association :: .
science to prevent litigation In : : :
would continue meetings. this for it is both t-_._-..., -...........---..--_........_,,-
Meanwhile in Montgomery, the' area expensiveand CHANNEL 12 TELEVISIONWatch
time consuming," Steele said CONSULTANT Prof. AlvinA.
Rev. Fred D. Gray, attorney for
in the letter. "It is our aim to Reid, acting head of the Department
the TCA, denounced the injunction -
sit down and discuss with a of Commerce at Beth-
you
was being as "extraneous"carefully examined and said for it feasible solution that will enable une-Cookman College served as For These Program Highlights Starting Sunday

the citizens of this county to consultant in the preplanning
SUNDAY.on CHANNEL 12
.,, possible legal action.
out the mandate." conference held at New Stanton
The boycott has been waged for carry The council asked that its request High School August 2627. Prof. 3:30 PM Zoo Parade (Color) 9:00: PM The Web: Mystery

nine weeks by colored people who for a biracial meeting be I Reid is a specialist in the field 6:00: PM Silent Service 10:00: PM Local News, Weather & Sports
t outnumber whiles about 7 to 1 In of Business Education and it
Macon,County, of which TuskegeeIs granted "immediately" since .a in this field that he served was as 8:00: PM. No License To Kill (Color) 10:15 PM l\fovie.:: The Foxes of Harrow
new school term is'approaching.The
the county seat.
council's resolution, passed I consultant. MONDAY 621 CHANNEL 12
It began June 26 after a mass
last 28 asked that "rea
meeting of the Tuskegee Civic sonable April start", be made toward a Integration TO BUILD HOTEL 5:00 PM Popeye Playhouse: Cartoons 8:00: PM Twenty One: Jack Barry Quiz

Association in protest against a and pledged the group's I AND SKATE RINKs I 6:00 PM Local News; Sports &,Weather 10:00 PM Local News, Sports & Weather
local bill to revise Tuskegee's city
limits to exclude all except 10 of port""resources In carrying, cooperation out the and Supreme sup- 6:30: PM Movie: Drums Along the Mo- 10:20: PM Movie: How Green Was My

its 420 colored voters. The bill has Court ruling.CHANNEL. hawk Valley'

become law.Support .

for the Tuskegee boy- 12, TV TUESDAY on CHANNEL 12 '

cotters continues to mount after TO SHOW FILM ON 7:30: PM Panic! Peter and the Tiger 9:30: PM Highway Patrol: Broderick
the Rev. Martin L. King, presi- :
8:00 PM Meet McGraw Wild Autumn Crawford
dent of the Montgomery Civic Association I HIGHWAY DEATHS : : .
f promised the full cooperation y7..,. .Gy.Y 9:00 PM Nat "King" Cole & Guests 10:00: PM Local News, Weather & Sports
..
Governor Abraham A. Ribicoffof
of his 50,000 followersand
will 10:20 PM Movie: The Golden Madonna
,
Connecticut be narrator of
'
A. G. Gaston, Birmingham, 4rf.
businessman pledged to "No License To Kill." when the
Ala., WEDNESDAY on CHANNEL 12 /.
i raise $1,000,000 "if needed" to based-on-fact dramatization of
I keep the Boycott rolling. death on the highways is color 6:30: PM Tour of New WFGA-TV Stu- 9:00: PM This Is Your Life

This week the Her. K. O. Bu. cast on NBC-TV's THE AUXJA'HOUR R'Y dios 10:00: PM Local News, Weather & Sports
Sunday, September 1st,
ford. pastor of Butler Temple 8:009:00 P. M. aver WFGA-TV 7:30: () PM FatherKnows, Best 10:20: PM Movie: Never To Love
AMEZ Church in Tuskegee.
Channel 11 in Jacksonville. 8:00 PM Theatre
struck'out against the continuing : : Ralph Bellamy
of the by It will be a live repeat of the Color
.investigation boycott SAM SILVER ( )
teleplay that was presented on
General John
Alabama Attorney
BIG PLANS It was announced
Patterson. the same program Sunday, February this week by Sam Silver THURSDAY on CHANNEL 12 .
3rd, and was acclaimed by
i The Rev. Mr. Buford said he individuals and organizations president of Silver Enterprises. 7:00 PM Groucho Marx Quiz Show 9:00: PM Rosemary Clooney Show
had recently returned from a two- ihe construction of a modern roller -
he throughout the country as a pow 7:30 PM Dragnet: Jack Webb 10:00: PM Local News, Weather& Sports
North where
week trip to the : skating rink to be located- at
( was promised "100 per cent sup- tion's erful plea highways.A for safety. on the na 16th Street and Myrtle Are.: 8:00 PM People's Choice: J. Cooper 10:20 PM Movie: Stranger on the Prowl

port of the 700,000 members" of Silver also heads which
new cast will enact leading a group FRIDAY CHANNEL 12
the AME Zion Church. construction of modern on
roles in the repeat telecast. It win plans a
be headed by Eddie .Albert }.{au.... ISO-room hotel-apartment with a 7:00 PM Blondie 9:00: PM Boxing: Saxton vs. Miccli

r reen Stapleton and Robert banquet,haf-auditorium and terrace -7:30: PM Life of Riley: Wm. Bendix 10:00: PM Local News, Weather & Sports
on the site of the old Knights
Overton Strauss., Featured Hugh Reilly will and be Frank Joan of Pythias building. The street 8:00 PM On Trial.: Joseph Cotton 10:20 PM Movie: Wing and A Prayer

floor of the structure will provide
.
-r Church ReportersATTENTION Rylander."No facilities for an air-conditioned SATURDAY on CHANNEL 12 ,
License To Kill" is a
r Club Reporters drama of a fatal accident on an lounge, barber shop beauty shop 12:45 PM Baseball: Yankees vs Wash.: 7:00: PM The Julius LaRosa Show

Socialites American highway and the mod restaurant and package store. 5:30 PM Grand OF Opry 10:00: PM Local News, Weather& Sports

News em methods used to detect' the 6:30 PM People Are Funny 10:20: PM Movie: The Paradine Case
end) or Bring Your guilty driver. AGED WOMAN DIES

In To TheFLORIDA Following its initial presentation IN HOUSE FIRE PLUS THESE GREAT SHOWS EVERY WEEKDAY I
in February Governor Ribi-
coff sent the following wire to 9:00 AM THE ROMPER ROOM: Local live Television Pre-School with Miss Penny.
STARNot BARTOW :Mrs. Minnie :Murphy -
Station WNBC in West Hartford, 1:30 PM BRIDE AND GROOM: NBC's Wonderful Marriage Ceremony Program.
Connecticut believed to be about 80 years
Later ThanWEDNESDAY : THEATRE John Conte Hosts Fine Dramatic in Color.
and old, was burned to death in her 2:00 PM MATINEE : a Program
"Congratulations commendation
NOON to Alcoa and WNBC for home at Davenport early last 3:00 PM QUEEN FOR A DAY: America's Most Heart-Warming Television Program.

{ The earHer the better. great public service in showing Wednesday morning, the sheriff's 4:00: PM I MARRIED JOAN: Comedienne Joan Davis In a Laugh-Riot Every Day.
Note: ''
'No 'License, To Kill.. This tele-
Notices brought In. Mbnday: '..d cast should have a great impact office reported. 4:30 PM SUSIE: .Loveable Ann Southern, TV's Favorite Secretary.

Tuesday will get better posittoa !.{rs. ,Murphy lived alone and PLAYHOUSE Favorite Cartoons For Kids of All
on the viewer. It makes a substantial 5:00 PM POPEYE : Ages.
and better headlines was reported in the habit of
highway contribution safety and the towards saving of ,I sleeping with a lighted kerosene 6:00: PM LOCAL NEWS, SPORTS and WEATHER with Complete Florida-Georgia Coverage

lives by bringing home to all of lamp in her one-room frame resi-

-OFFICES-2 us the tragedy of death on our dence.A Beginning Daily. Television Program Service Sunday +{
_, highways as it affects the victims neighbor, Osby Harris, was .
their families and those responsible awakened about 4 a. m. by his
Main Office & Plant for the accident. The wife who had discovered the aged I I CHANNEL' 12 WFGA TV, .-

_ 2323 MONCRIEF RDI play cautions every driver concerning woman's home was in flames. She.
driving habits and encourages was seen inside ,her house in a''
Near 13th StreetDowntown respect for law enforcement. state of panic, investigating officers Jacksonville -

i .. Hope that kinescopes of this pro. were told. J. P. Edwards, an- '
can be made available for other neighbor, wet Harris thoroughly
gram All Your Favorite NBC Programs and Stars
showing through the nation to with a hose and Harris .
: Office
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and Deacons Mutual Union, auxiliary
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A THOUGHT FOB THE WEEK
Baptist Association, will conductits
Every man is a volume if you know. how to read him."
session in the Community Bap.
-CharmingThe
stint
many friends of Mr. Leon Church Auditorium in Dins
City and one granddaughter Mrs
Hardy were glad to see him ,in madein more, beginning Wednesday Sep.'
O. Johnson Interment was
falatka last week. Mr. Hardy Is -I tember 25.Programs'.
the., St. Joseph Cemetery by
a Professor at A&T College, in ; have been arrangedfor
the E. W. Law on Funeral Home _
North Carolina. While in the city _
the occasion with many of
fie attended the wedding of :Miss The many friends of Mrs Allen tvs r a *r

Sara 31eCJe cl. Mercer,will be glad to know that r : :, .hF. the talented; union members par.
ticipating. President A. Smith is
she is, able 'to be up and out a:..' If 2 0
expecting a large delegation from
Mrs. Evelyn Wilson accompan.. again after being ill for several ;
the various groups in the union.
led by her sister, Mrs. Hattie
days.
: : The Rev. Joseph H. Jackson is
Meats, arrived in Palatka Satur- .
day from New York, where she Friends of Mrs. Virginia,John ; the host pastor.RAINBOW.

has been visiting Mrs. Meats for son will be glad to know that.she

several months. is convalescing after being quite 1T .M1:4\: i

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Mrs. Nettie Hasley- left lest h'r __ _
Miss Sophie Mae Vreen con. _
Thursday for Washington, after stinue quite ill in the home' of _
IS PLANNED
attending the funeral of Mrs her mother Mrs. Minnie Vreen, .

Sherman 117 S. 17th Street, Palatka. I_._ _

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,Lakeland last Sunday to attend announces the birth of a baby i 4tY n

the funeral of her cousin. 16. The .
daughter born August
_......- A Rainbow Tea will be present.
Infant has been named Allsa Col '
Mrs, Alene Cummings returned ette Deotha. Mrs. Fowler is the BEGINS EIGHTH YEAR AT:FAM-U'- Dr;.George W. Gore, Jr. (Insert) begins his eighth year;president of the 70-year-old' ed Sunday, September 15 by the

Sunday night from Orlando where former Pearl Green.NEWCOMBE'S. Florida A and M University on Monday, April 1. His tenure at the institution has. been characterized by growth in' faculty and staff, women of Grant Memorial AME

she,,was the,very pleasant.houseguest an increase, student body, and expansion of the, physical plant. Amoug the structures which have been completed the four above. Church from 4 to 6 p. m. in the '

of a very old friend Mrs.Ilnbye I I Top ,left'Tucker ,Classroom Building, $1,000,000, and top right, Gibbs Hall (dormitory for men), $937,000; bottom left, agriculture and church auditorium.

Sanders. I CAR home economics building, $1,250,000: ; and bottom right, demonstration high school, $500,000. (A & M staff photo by Horace Jones, Jr.) Seven tables will be decoratedin

INJURES CHILD rainbow colors far the affair. \

Mrs< Willie Bell Pinkney of Ft. I LINDEN, N, J. A four year I STRAND HIT!' I RALPH D\ PAS GOES WOBSPROGRAM Mrs. Frances Moore is serving as

Hyers: and Mr. and, Mrs. :M. chairman. A program will be presented
child recently
old was injured TO, COURT TO PROVE
Phon of Pompano, Fla. were inTaUUca The Quickest. The Easiest with many of the most
when, he ,darted, in front of a car m.N.srid. SCHEDULE
last week to attend the driven by Don Newcombe Brooklyn : HIS RACIAL STATUSNEW Way To Learn I talented individuals of the city

funeral. of MrB.Shennan.. participating.
Dodger pitcher. MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE
1 ORLEANS The long AJAXDRIVING
f Newcombe was' returning home 9:091:02 Sip On. I

M s. Wilma'Porter returned to from Brooklyn where he had just argument between highly rated .:oz- 6:05 News ft Weather SCHOOL SEWING MACHINES
9:05- 7:00 Heaven's Road Deacon
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New\. York City last week after hurled the Dodgers to an 8-0: shut Ralph Dupas_ and the state of Grace) CALL EL 4-0639 WASHING MACHINES
Cie'r
visiting with her mother Mrs. out over the Cincinnati Redlegs. Louisiana concerning his being a 10- 7:03 News Weather Sales and Service-Since 1915

Carrie Hicks for several weeks. Police identified the child as John 7:938:00 Morning Capers (Bob GEORGE PERPENA 4-7743
white man or a Negro continuesto Hudson) 20 BROAD ST. EL
'Chase of 23 E. 19th Street, and 10- .:03 News A Weather 1134 W. 5th Street BUYSELLRENTREPAIBHAMWEY
flare and Dupas has gone
Mrs. Mable Roberts Lynch re- said he was taken to Elizabeth up 139:00 Morning Capers (Bob

turned to.Bradenton Monday, General Hospital where his condition Into court to fight the ban on his 009:03 News Hudson ft)Weather BROS.

after a very pleasant visit with was described as serious. fighting in Louisiana by asking 9:03-10:00 Jumpin' Show (Johnny

relatives. the court to clear it up with a Shaw)
10:00-103 News ft Weather
certificate proving he is
birth
"Renew Thy StrengthLike 'I' 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon

FUneral services were held for the Eagle" white. Grace) -... ... ..- _
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Mrs. Mary Sherman who passed MASTER YOUR PROBLEMSBY The young? lightweight prize 11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon :fIIfII...r'L

away on August 23, at the Cal. DIVINE METAPHYSICS sss. o fighter filed suit against the cityof Grace)
12:00-12:05: Local News (Yvonne ,-'
vary Baptist Church of which she S Questions Answered. Send $1 New Orleans recently after Daniels)

was a faithful member for over with Blrthdate., the Boxing Commission ruled it 12:151:00 12:05-12:15 Job Noontime Mart Tnnetlme(Yvonne Danleh) .

40 years. Rev L. D. Green de. WILLIAM FELTON, PsJD. will sanction no more fights for (Yvonne Daniels)

livered the eulogy. She is BUT.vived 2473 Seventh Avenue .. him until he .produces a birth 1:032:00 100. 1:03 Gospel News ft Train Weather No. 2 (Deacon ci

by a daughter Mrs. Lucile New York 30, N. Y. Stewart Granger plays a rancher certificate. Grace)
with a formidable reputation asa 20- 23 News ft Weather
Sherman Wilson of New York gunfighter in III-G-!!'* exciting Several 'months ago Dupas 2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
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new outdoor action drama, faced unproved charges that he 3:0033 News ft Weather I
"Gun Glory." Rhonda Fleming 40 Show (Johnny I
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color film. whites in Louisiana. A state law <40-< <43< News ft Weather r '

-1 bans all racially mixed athletic 43 5:00 Jumpln'Shaw) Show (Johnny,. 1 e;

LOW PRICES events. 5:005:03 News ft Weather
Stewart Granger (above) is the 53- 5:45 Jumpin' Show (Johnny < ., t I'T-' -<' .' ':" "':; ...

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sensational gunfighter in MGMs SCHEDULE .. "
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6:05- 70 Havens Road
"GUN GLORY," showing as ENJOY UTMOST SHA VIHG 7:0073 News & Weather ,
: DRUG STORE HEEDS 73- 80 Morning Capers (Bob
the_ big Labor Day holiday' week EASE AND CONVENIENCE Hudson) M

; attraction at the Strand. The film 8:008:03 News ft Weather
839:00.Morning capers (Bob
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug'Store co-stars Rhonda Fleming in technicolor GilletteSuperSpeed ,- Hudson
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and Cinemascope. Co-fea- 93-10:00, Jumpin' Show (JohnnyShaw "+ CY

We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised ture is "WHILE TIlE CITY RAZOR 10:00-10:03 News)Weather > ,
103-110 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne,
In Your Local Papers.ODD'S SLEEPS," with an exceptionalcast >Daniels) TL'
VWTH BLUE BLADE 1100.1103 News ft Weather
Including Ida Lupino, Dana MSPBBEftAKDSTYRBiiCASi 113-120 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne
Daniels) -
Andrews, Howard Duff; and 12:00-125 Local News (Yvonne
: ,DIXIE PHARMACY Daalels)
. Thomas Mitchell.Strand $100, 125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels])
12U51:00 Noontime Tunetime
: 1302 'KINGS ROAD .t' MYRTLE ,AYENUI management announces (Yvonne Daniels)
10- 13 News Weather
PHONES EL 3-5597.98 that the controversial slavery 1:0320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonni .

W. DeIlY., W. Also, fill AH Doctors'i Pnw1pW.aj film, "BAND OF ANGELS," star PATRONIZE 2:0023 News Daniels*)Weather

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE ring Clark Gable; Sidney Poltier \ 21- 30 Saturday Shaw), Session (Johnny :; .. J

1 ;; : BILLS AT OUR STORE ad ,Yvonne DeCarlo, is scheduled Star Advertisers' 3033 33- <4:00< News Saturday ft,Weather Session,(Johnny, i.sti.'e, : _" :. : '
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Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment 73- 730 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon -When cultivating a prizeMartini

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Trade With Firms That Cooperate_ With The Community 10I'M_ Healing Roberts(Live Gospel)Waters Singing(Oral .'. -",'': : ... .1f


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; SUPERIOR BARBECUE ., Golden Brown 11:03-120 Heaven's Roa4 (Deacon ..," ,
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THE FLORIDA STAR .
.Saturday, August 31, 1957 '.' I



I New Berlin Prepares: For Boat Races Labor Day. I




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Crowe is the fellows who took THREE NEW COACHES

CHRISTOPHER'S PIER IS SCENE BASILIO GETS. 0 I''i over Kluzewski first left base the when game Big because Ted TAKE OVER INC I A A


.of illness. He has hit the ball so

OF SOUTHEASTERN BOAT RACES IMPATIENT, AT. I hard that Manager Tebbetts did football DURHAM season N.will C.get- underwayin The 1957


By C. PARHAM JOHNSON* not take any chances of movinghim the 46th annual season with

I Iof : RAY ROBINSONALEXANDRIA off first base. Not only has three new' coaches in' the ,CIAAat

.. been a great help at the bat but Howard Hampton and Shaw.

4i arrangements have been completed for the third annual he has played brilliant ball in The new coaches are Clint An.

Southeastern trl-leg trophy boat races that are slated for Monday BAY, N. Y. .4 the field. derson at Shaw, Ben Whaley. forv

Sept. 2 at'Christopher's Pier, New Berlin somewhat disgustedover EABL.BATTEY. who started mer assistant to Harry Jeffersonat
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Becoming .
'\,New features will be added to / the season with the Chicago Hampton moves in as the

''the Labor Day event along with the recent flareup of Sugar White Sox as a catcher and later Pirates head coach and BobWhite

the 'boat races. The swim meet JAX SWIM CLUB Rat 'Robins. Carmen Basilio. has released to the Los Angeles Angels formerly of Elizabeth. City'

under the supervision of Julius said the fight would go through ,is playing down in the Pacific takes over at Howard.

Guinyard and his associate in. Sept. 23 or,not at all.Basilio's s P Coast League with such deter. The newly appointed head.

i .\satructors. Julian Walton, Claude IS VICTORIOUS mination' that he is on his way coaches move* into their new positions -
after
S. HUliard and William Weathersbee statement came back to the majors. The White fully equipped with the

\,aad the ski 'show under: the ill.I Robinson said he was calling off Sox front office believes Battey neressary: experience to guide the

recUon of Ben Durham Jr. Samuel IN SWIM MEET the match scheduled for that date, really has what it takes to be. destinies of their teams.

Nathan and Walter Hears because he objected to the Inter. come a major leaguer but he

promises to be two of the major needs a little more seasoning.
LENNIE GREEN SOLD
sale of '
national Boxing Club's ., I
attractions of the day. The Jefferson, Swimming Club .u THE MILWAUKEE BRAVESare
television rights for the fight. G TO BALTIMORE CLUB
The New Berlin Outboard Motor scored an overwhelming victoryover Aqgk..grvo. really in there )battling 'for
..
Club will enter such outstanding the Tallahassee SwimmingClub The :weltenveightchampion said .'(yq: ,, the pennant They lost it last year

performers as Jerome Singleton in their meetings recently he hoped Robinson would go to the Dodgers and caused a great BALTIMORE The Baltimore
Yb
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V Israel Stalling, Edward Durham by the score of 55-17 at the Jefferson through with the fight for'the s controversy on a statement made Orioles of the. American League

George Christopher, S. A.'Christo- Pool. sake of millions of sports fans. by Jackie Robinson but thiS year has announced the purchase of

pher, Harold Pomeroy and Harry Coash Julius Guinyard of the If Robinson does not fight; Basilio lJ ; they have set out to prove the Lennie Green the hard hitting
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Jefferson Club elated 'r-r. ...
Pope. was highly said, "he can forget about fight. t Braves are no pushovers. outfielder of the Vancouver teamin

There will be strong competition over the showing of his charges ing Basilio at all." OVER IN TIlE AMERICAN the Pacific Coast League.

J between' representatives of during the contest. He was well While all of the discussion is : ar+1>GCr "SN 4. NJqGhr } LEAGUE, it seems that the Yan.

the New Berlin Club and Club aware of the fact that 'his .going on Basilio continues to 7 kees ar still the sure shots for the The 24-year-old outfielder was

Mobile members of Orlando and charges, during the contest He train for, the Sept. 23 bout. "I E'i i : '..... pennant. It appears from,, here bought outright by the Orioles to
; bolster their strength at the plate.
Eustis. Representing Club Mobile i was well aware of the fact that am convinced more than ever that that it will be a battle in the

?_ will be such stalwarts as R. J. his charges held the edge in experience Rat is afraid, to fight me," the r" cr: ,,' .r :r World Series between the Yankeesand Green played with Columbus
Georgia in the South Atlantic
Nelson, Berthel Simpkins Leon over the Tallahassee challenger said "I am convincedthat the Milwaukee Braves
League in 1956. and led the leaguein
r Nelson, Arthur Martin, Joe Wli.l group. Both groups were well Robinson is scared to risk THE SCHOOLS are preparingfor
.n Yr:; with .318 He
l llama and others. pleased ,over the officiating of his title because he will be in football althoughthe batting a average.
?JC, the season bats and throws left handed and
The tri-leg trophy is held presently Claude Hilliard Julian Walton' Sr. one of the toughest fights of his 4 n.. f '.c' _. regular school season hasn't he
at the time of his purchase
by R. J. Nelson of Orlando William Weathersbee W,,arner career and may go into perma started*. When school officially 32double
.309 in 132
hitting
was games
who won last September with his Singleton Robert Powell Arnold nent retirement without his title. opens the players will be wellon five homers
*, five triples
Sherman and Walter Matthews. Basilio said Robinson has evi
/ boat
"Rag Mop. their way to being physically
and 54 RBI's.GETTIHGUPNIGHTS. \
The groups. were competing in dently forgotten that he is as
,
Schaefer trophies will be award. '
the 50-yard free style won by A. much involved in the fight as he :g914; : yi :; .:;, -
: ed in the swim meet and ski
James of Tallahassee; 100-yarc (Robinson) is, and it will be Sept.
show. Each the beautiful
' year breast stroke won by Clarence 23 or never.Tal1ahassee. J : .\ }wt:,' ... .. \ fit.SUPPORT
% trophies that are donated by the q: tws \il.> ; ; 'i:{" v .: 't> : < *
Wingate of the Jefferson Club; YOUR.LYMCA
If worried by v&Udder WeatDe..IOettSnCUp
Schaefer have served to
Company lC>tti Nights (too frequent bunUnr or ttchln -
draw many persons to compete in 50-yard butterfly, Wingate of Jefferson first; Fancy diving, 11 g urination) or Strox*. Cloudy UrfcM
first; 100 yard individual Nathan Walker of Jefferson first. : due to common Kidney and Bladder Im-
the various events. k +:." .1. t ii. :;'ft V': tationa.tIT CYSTEX for quick.rraUl7 i
; Medley Riley Thomas, first Jefferson Winning high point honors for d..: iH comfort1n help.A billion CTUTJCX tablet.used *
'. Time trials will be held at noon, ,. la past 25 year proT safety and
C
; 100-yard free style Julian the event was Clarence Wingate .: ... {; success. Ask druggist for CYoT'SX under
!tJti'
and the races will begin at 2 p.m. Walton of Jefferson first 200- saturation or monq back guarantee.
; with 14 3/4 points. He was fol. : .. I
There will be no admission fee. yard medley relay Walter ..,: .-> ,.::, $i'?'.;;... >x""'= >L' :*:n.... 3, A'GIdjY r. l..'. '. -- -
Mears lowed by Julian'Walton Jr., 9 3/4 <>s't "< >M 1 g" ;J; : $> = i"W J11l.1

The Club New invites, Berlin the public Outboard to witnessthe Motor Jefferson first; 200 yard freestyle points. The club is scheduled to !1. fl!;'''i.: !i it ; ;(I lfi:_ l -

relay Wingate Thomas meet the Tallahassee group in Places IL
Going t
events with the assurance
Montgomery, Walton Jefferson" Tallahassee for a return engage. HARD PLUNGING FULLBACK-Roman Gavin a big 6 ft. 207 :i

that, peace, order and a whole. 100 yard ..backStroke. Beard of ment.Do's pound fullback who played a lot of fullback for the Florida A & 31 .. .....__-. '
r some atmosphere will prevail
Rattlers is now a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers team in the
throughout the entire day.
National Professional- League. Gavin a rookie, from Lake. Wales, I.Y44
New Berlin is fast becoming I, And DotVtsPride Florida stands a good chance of sticking with the 'Steelers becauseof

one .of the sporting centers, of ..- <<: -
.. his ruggedness and ability to take punishment as well as give
Florida and each year the event it. lie caD be used defensively as well as offensively The Rattlers

becomes larger and larger. Soon are well represented In professional football.SPORTINGITUP. .

the Boat Races will be drawing c "N r .. -' ill

competitors from many sections

of the country which will be the I II

1'' aim of the Outboard Motor Club. I .
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-t ELKS SCHEDULE F By c. PARHAM JOHNSON

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'.,WHITE DUCK BALL r
ROY CAMPANELLA' the Brooklyn Dodgers Iron-man catcher

is nearing a league record. Should Campy catch in 100 games this
Maceo Lodge No. 8 of Elks is igir
season it will, be the 9th. straight year in which he has done it. : u 4 L
for of the
preparing one greatest thus breaking a tie which he holds with Gabby Hartnett and Al 4 r,}

.attractions In EJkdom. This attraction Lopez, both of whom caught 100 games for eight straight years.

.. is carried on throughout HANK ,AARON, appears to be I

the jurisdiction of Elkdom and it headed toward the Most Valuable ball at.such a terrific rate that.the

i :: is known as* the White Duck Ball Player: Award in the National Redlegs is very likely to re

I ,which is scheduled for the Elks League. The hard hitting, 23-year. call him during this hard pennant @. ,, n S I
Ny "ku
auditorium, Sept. 13. t' old outfielder of the Milwaukee drive. :

The White Duck Ball will begin Braves is hitting the ball'at sucha BOBBY BRAGAN, the former

at 9'p. m. with Skeet Hamptonand terrific clip that it seems he is Pittsburgh Pirate: manager who ,

4. his band furnishing the a sure bet.HURRICANE. was fired recently was one of :r c rffw :

music. Music lovers and dancers JACKSON the those who led the rebellion .v -.., .
I who prefer an evening of enjoy. lad} tJ man who lost to heavyweight against Jackie Robinson when he y .

able association with friends and champion Floyd Patterson so was brought up to the Brooklyn
"
__ i -' new acquaintances will find their overwhelmingly that the fight had Dodgers by Branch Rickey.' Bra. i kf

.. desires at 712 W. Duval .Street to be stopped to save Jackson gan however was at least man rx

," The Social Club of the lodge is from, severe injuries has been advised enough to realize his mistake and 1 1 'qi i/

completing all details that will 1 to quit the ring far good. acknowledge how wrong he, was. ,1.

,make this annual affair one of The fight world believes as a Bragan is called one of the squarest :

the best and liviest that has ever fighter Jackson is definitely shooters in baseball.

been given by the Elks in many finished. JOSH CULBREATH. of Norris- THIS HANOY FLASK 1 tf CURVED TO FIT YOU POCKET. PINT SIZE t HALF PINT Too.
TIlE SHREVEPORT BASE. COSTS NO EXTRA AND) COMES WITH GQUJEN JICCEJJ CAP.SIithTrini .
years. town, Pa. broke the world record! ......=-- -
The White Duck Ball is so arranged r BALL CLUB has really felt the for the 440-yard hurdles in Oslo, ':--. jf'r... '. -

that the amount spent to pinch of the Negro boycott. The Norway. He won the race in 50.5: '
club is a member of the Texas and Hands iTIeflt'Sthe.!
; : be present will be considered one seconds. Culbreath is recognizedas
League and time a team
j i of the wisest in the form of entertainment with every into one of the worlds top rated ,_ **H *tt3e2SKf L.tt-*
Negro players
and recreation that In Appearance Is Important. Try Not Be Offensive go athletes. ,
Shreveport they have to leave I
one has ever spent. Enjoy an LEE CALHOUN the Olympic
their colored players at home because Old TavernPockilFlasksniart
afternoon of pleasure with the of the Louisiana racial gold medal winner in the 110-yard Kentucky

.::t:.Elks at the Elks,Auditorium FrI. laws. Both the New Orleans Pelicans high hurdle was suspended by the ,
day evening August 13.k.I AAU because of his marriage on I
and the Shreveport teams
Galley Three White Tuesday
flCr were doing fairly well until the
Ot a television show which the AAU
., .
I '. Il state came out with those jim.
did sanction. Calhoun has
nqt
crow laws. Not only Negroes but viato
'. .. said he would appeal. Dan Farris,
\. 32-12 76 whites. as 'well register their protests -
x CUiT1 RRE3 AdiTM
Bi
x secretary of the AAU. said the
i 4. by staying away from the 1 I
; 481--30-957 moment the 23-year-old athlete have this fine .Bourbon
I games also. They realize the alwayson
t .: appeared on the network he disqualified .
I teams are not at, their best when
.. Watch This Qowxi k J part of the team is left at home. himself as a amateur.

i .{l -_ ... ,_a+Jrft CHARLIE POWELL the pro- TIlE DETROIT FOOTBALL LIONS'TEAM\ PROFESSIONAL hand. Every drop .

.. fessional football who
i s. 5 t., 6Ix 4 r i player quit
has decided to come out from
: a r 6 the game to go into prize fight q
,: t.5\ Y ing has decidel to stay in the among the all-white class and
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,'-t" '. '.- 4 6 3 football game because he doesn't hire some tan players. The Lions timed to perfection _,

,. .. _. have been criticized
', so severelyby
have
what it takes for the fight
:a n 27-52-70. game. He is a much better foot the sports fans all over the _

ball country that they decided to drop 7 full _
::. 41549382Sometimes &JL player than he is a priZe. the all-white group. The Llonsjwill years
He
1 fighter. recognized. that fact
start out with 'tan
he's up in time. some playersin

Sometimes he's down .. JOE the the their lineup ,
r + 1 TAYLOR player .
p He adds, subtracts: -VtaAfs I Redlegs,purchased from a Pacific CROWE ROBINSON AARON.MAYS {t.
p1bCII 100 PROOFe'
He works It all around 0 TTlfQill 6019D
C Coast team got his real chance and the rest of the tan
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FOR SEPTEMBER 7 f eR1 s IgraN w when he went to the Redlegs in stars on in the majors are hitting 86 ROOFu. 6H1ER, ism rim ;
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13=5::-23 y'.., .. h place of Bob Thurman who was the ban at such ,rate that .they KENTUCKY' tTUIOHT HUMOR WHIJKtt

!B d w rated the, best pinch hitter inbasebalL are given full credit for the show. _CLENtiORL DtS7It1f1Ct3_ Ctt,tO ZYTtLI KY. .
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Summer's over officially now. In I s4; A *

these parts of the country we ., Y'F i TaRe 1< safety afonef r ( *
observe Labor Day as the official :

end of the beach season. The girls "- .hf vacation *
.a V 11 your
have started taking their 'Fan r? I
suits out of mothballs and have .t *
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Go ahead, pack upyour.
started dreaming of the many I, \/ ;_ troubles and get away from it *
football games they intend to ,' ;( aH.But take your safe driving *

see. For'many of them Fall sIg. 1 ,' :,:!t--: 4 habits alone,too.Observe safe
nab the start of the "battle of the .:.'j ;_ speed, highway signs and .- *
'jf t fhfaV of the other fellow. He
bulges. Tis many a lass who *
finds that she cannot get Into cNTIO16.<< CNIL AT PLAY .. .t. wants to enjoy hit vacation .,. '

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suit. At this L"4".IIAA ;: Be Careful.s it the Kf.you
writing we
e : ,:<. .( COT b.your ewn. /We
may :
know af at least a half dozen .THEY ONLY LIVE ONCE ; 1
who are declaring that they will ,.. :,' '.. '. t p
be last Fall's size 14 in few !Children at play are accident :t.bdt. ,.- *5' : '' '
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;I' I .So teach them how to take $ 0' i (f) 0. -
weeks. We wish :yon gals lock so A I ear of themselves. As a dti-, ':.:' ,', <:," : 1..""...' ..
"pounds away." ,0! as a driver H.,.:., {.;< ..i.:;.:"' .. :
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stir as a parent BE CAREFUL.. 'h.I life yotf; ;., k=' .. '-,.'. aio d5
We have the : "
news for all of *: accept your: rapotmbflity. I % '" 'n "':- ,1.,1 J<'
curious who what'shappening ;- "" :
are wondering ;
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in the seven hundred .... ,'.. ,. : r
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block of Ashley Street. You have ( -' .. ".. -.I.. '. .;. A tip .t 3h. head C9 toft
demolition .... ........Mwl you
probably noticed the SIXTEENTH and MYRTLE American. wh. nak. .mteooatry
crews at work on the old Knightsof BROADNAX and ov e.mmanttyWOODROW ;
Pythias building. Well here's PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE CENTER a'tUer plac.ba.Uda to lid

the story directly from the horse's *
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mouth.A
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816 West State Street 2514 Myrtle Avenue Phone EL 65425Invites .... ....L _1_ ....L _1_ ...L.. ...L.. .......L.-...L.-..&...1'Jf
local group which includes 'Jf 1f 'W W W W 1fJtc

members of Hirschberg realty you to come in and have your car checked for

firm and Sam Silver, local con. Don't curse call us safety this week-end -

tractor and builder are constructing -tc
Henry A. Jasmin Mgr.
,
a modern hotel-apartment on ,
John H. -iCiC
, the site. The structure will consist

of banquet more hall-aduitoriumi than 156 rooms The and roof a ; : COUNCILMAN JAMES M. PEELER

of. the building wild have a ter:'
race and dances are planned for 1 TYLER'S : Ward No. 3 TyT

the summer on the terrace. Onthe 137 East Forsyth Street Phone EL 3-3510 iCIe

main or street floor there will SERVICE : Peeler warns all drivers if you drink don't drive, -
be a modern air conditioned barber -
.shop, beauty parlor, restau. if you drive don't drink. HUGHES *

rant, package store and lounge. New Stanton Senior *

The group feels that with sucha Pepsl.Cola Dealers and *
Avenue
905 Myrtle PARSON'S SERVICE STATION
I Pepsl-Cola Bottling Co.
building, Jacksonville may be *
able to divert some of the tour. I are proud to salute *

1st trade from the lower east Mr. J. Moncrief Road Ervin Parson, Manager Woodrow Hughes of the *
coast and also attract senior class. lie Is vice-
some national I
conventions of fraternities graduate' president of his homeroom *

and other large bodies to this 1 Rose Henaerson and her son, and a member of -KK

city. Construction is scheduled to Abram left tee city to visit Miami WHY the Glee Club. -tciC
BUY READY
be completed in about six months. Rose's better half is a well- CLOTHING MADE
In addition to their in the in the THAT DOES NOT "--
part known musician "Magic FIT " "
1 hotel project, Silver Enterprises City." I, KrA Let King CORRECTLY Fit You ?in "J'

have announced that construction classes will start at, the -
C Adult 1 C "King Tailored" SA
will start on a new skating rink Clothing *
School Monday secretary, TAIIORWiMtq
Vocational on { That Will Make You Feel
located on the corner of 16th and night. Offerings this year in. its con. Tit As a King" --ii 'If.

Myrtle Avenue. Many investors elude boat building and Span. secureda All Work Guaranteed *

have expressed a bit of skep. ash. Any course yau may desire segregation EXPERT ALTERATIONS K

ticism before undertaking projectsof will be taught if enough folk COMPLETE FORMAL .
this type in Jacksonville. You apply. The Spanish class is the RENTAL SERVICE *
see we always cry to high heav. *
one-I intend to enroll in.
en and deplore the lack of cer- -K
Conrad Hadley is home for a ami SET AS YOU im IT i EL
tarn types of recreational, facilities [ :
uu4.7943 ,
few days. Conrad, an Eastsider, a
and when they are provided
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is living in New York Je Rev. 7'iC
we sayrhat's on Ashley Street, 16 BROAD ST.
rome Elps has given up the BETTY JEAN SMITH
we can't go there." "It's nice, evening
water for a while. He is visitinghis
iC New Stanton Senior
but ." It is
high time we : department
family here and also showingoff Like
support something in this town. Vocational iC Pepsl-Cola this
Our nicey, nicey, little ""schoolmarms the latest styles for men. West Ash. SOMETHING. NEW HAS BEEN ADDED it young lady provides

and matrons will hold Jim Johnson, the "Redcap" is I on Sep. many pleasant moments

their skirts lest become the happiest man in Jacksonville. I the That Party through her talent in the
high they 7, in When You are Having
contaminated when they A telephone call from his: madam 1. between t musical field.:She is vice

walk who is "vacationing" in another and Run Out...of Drinks president, of. the. Glee
Street and
...... Ashley they sip ami i : and 9:30: :
state him a new desire to Club and member of
gave a
tea and talk
about how .
they city MARSHALL"r department We Are A'* Close As Your Telephone
can't, be seen in this place and live.Talk 3, the National Honor So.
that 4 place yet when they get out has it that strife among any OUR SAVOY PACKAGE STORE clety.

of'town, they bust heck out ofevery themselves caused Sheriff A. Cahill req JitX W 1Il.w1ll1ll.1lt..Jit..1L.X.
Geometry .- .
dive In sight. Ashley Streetis to shelve plans calling for and for Phone PO 4-9202 ,-:- 5430 Mona ef Road ----r

no_worse then Auburn Avenue promoting one of the Negro dep. WE DELIVER ALL ORDERS OVER $2.00 -Ie ry
in Atlanta, Church Street in uties.If .

Norfolk, Rampart Street in New any of the pickets iK :frontof city. the sewing Don't Forget Call "Talley" -Xc

Orleans Third and Second Avenues the Florida Theatre had actually in opera -

in Miami or the main dragin seen "Island in the Sun," the above -Ietc

half dozen or more twr; s. It they would have hidden their who -

is time we started praising. our heads and covered'' up. We saw half above REAL ESTATE WANTED iCiC
own pond. nothing wrong with the picture. I : their
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Dan Lowery has returned home think that all of the rumors and list along

and opened his office. The How. remarks made about the picture courses de FOR CASH .

ard U. medical, grad has recently were part of the advertising pro the .. *,,

opened offices on West 21st gram. Few, if ony, viewers even -
Street. lie specializes in obstetrics bothered to try and think throughthe please WANT COLORED- ,HOMES PEDRO 3IENDEZ *
521 West .
and female ailments. picture. There was definitely : ELgin Isaiah Blocker Junior *

Hugh Gregory, special sales a message to be derived. Phone FL 9-1762 Tribute Is paid to Pedro
between Private Party: *
Mendez of the 9th
representative of the Schenley grade
Many of the men in the AME and 9:00
Company, is In town. Hugh has connection here In Florida are class. lie was awarded *

another new product. This time busy playing "leapfrog.' Since that merit badges In scouting *

its something' called Champion. the former "outs," Bill Stewart hiking, home mechanics, *

You've probably ,seen signs say. and company are "In'" now, "to" } cooking and cited for his *

ing 'Meet the Champ." That's the victor belongs the spoils." .. he performance In precision *
SCHOOLSUPPLIES
what drilling.
they mean. and *

Walter Dorman has recently of ,; .

Regent been appointed Distributors.a salesman for RMMS Fer Rent "Ii *.''-it *
They
carry ,- *-
,
a complete'line of hard drinks In. Furnished Room. Single man or p
eluding a good imported Canadian Cola to these. three Merit
Ale and beer called La. married couple preferred. $6.75 Award winders!
weekly. Small room S4. 0 a wk. : '
Plaits. Yours truly tried one on j.Lhtea to the Pepsi Merit
for single man. Ph. EL 54)847.) Award salutations em Pepsi
the,house at the Country Club NOTE BOOKS *. '
i Two Furnished Rooms. Use of Tees Time, WRHC, 1400on
t and it is -
tops.Attorney
diet
year ,. SarBraayt 3
kitchen washing machine and *
Ernest Jackson is! to 4 p.... DaacUa at
hot and cold water. $7.00 week- '10 PAPER Wilder Park Reereatlesj
leaving the city the first of the *
I )y. Phone PO 52107. Center. Admission Free.Pepsi .
week for Cleveland: to attend-the it
meeting of the Judicial Council of ZIPPER' BINDERS

the AME Church. The former presiding Fireproof RITZ .

bishop of Florida, D. Ward *

Nichols is ,scheduled to appear before PENS & PENCILS wti'ii i,

the General board. He is FOLKS NO PRICE !

seeking to have the verdict of arecent NOW PLAYING THRU *

trial in Jacksonville set "RUN OF THE *
aside.
-AND"SLEEPING 5 10
About Town: Mesdames Hattie
and GWen Stewart and Elaine Le-

sene,took off like big birds and WITH

swooped to Atlanta for a week.
: DAVIS STREET
WEDNESDAY SEPT.: 4 -
end.. 'Va'envy the ladles. PAT Cola

John "B. B." Pickens has Just : BRING THIS"COUPON Dealer* aiJacksonville
returned from his vacation. John .
tells of seeing Henry Jackson -AND FREE Back To School Gift ':. .t.-, '" )

while in Washington Marga. "MATCH MAKING : : ::: With Every $2.00 Purchase 4' *

jet Collier, a petite school teacher ,: -:>>. ,"..f:' .,.:!., ..! I- _1

of Orangeburg. s. C., Itate / .,
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