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Florida star
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 7, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

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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
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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Heed wards ... ,
Fors Safi The tragic death of a handsome young air force veteran threwa

pall of gloom over American Beach for the Labor Day week-end

following Street. the drowning of 24-year-old John Ward of 757 East .Union

k t ':' -t, Ward who was discharged from .

f. FEDERAL senice on June 17 was drowned ,.., .ar .' ::.'i.'JI. -:;;:;;;:;:",
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.B- Men RaidGoIfCIub COURT SAFEGUARDS BEACH URGEDlOPREVENT'LOSSOFLIVES last swimming Sunday with afternoon his fiance while and'riends J "';;;,\: .


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AS NICHOLS WINS AME APPEALBy { '" '". :
'Chunky" Brooks. one of the I er, a
swimming party and an eye.

.: ;.., witness to the drowning said he % l'r
ERIC O. SIMPSON '-

TWO PERSONS lost tfcWr lives In eight days at American .'.., Cleveland, Ohio (Special) The Jndical Council of the AME :
State Church handed down Its ruling on the appeal of Bishop D, Ward Beach while swimming became of sheer* negligence on the part
Department beverage
Agents staged a raid on the pop. .Nichols, suspeded prelate of the 11th Episcopal District 'and reversed of the promoters of the resort., and the officials of Nassau F
County. .
.the decision of the Trail Committee which found him
ular Lincoln Golf and
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ABOUT'FOUR YEARS ago this publication called attentionto i.vN .
'Club last evening whilea guilty of violation of the Church Discipline "
Sunday the danger that lurks because of the absence of lifeguards
The Judical body which' openedIts .,
of golfers and their
group and other necessary warning signs on the beach for the protection
guests dined and relaxed follow. hearings In the Hollenden of bathers But it seems, It has been unheeded. 'a.
tog the afternoon's, rounds. Hotel last Wednesday September
THESE DROWNING, DEATHS have been from
4, ruled that Bishop Nichols be increasing
The. agents who have been year to year and It Is our belief that some of them can be ,
restored to full status as bishop
.staging a series of "searches" in avoided with Just a little precaution. Surely anyone can 'see Ji
retUred to Florida. :
and
{coloretoTOed,ajidjjObllfihments rated J-f. ffwyfvjyt, .imt -" <".. '"\'! f that:,a .beach eatcrln= : !-L.......people as America. Beach' A( :
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found-foucliaSTplnts However,,shorUy ,after 'the- :-'d 'e"" ''' i1i oiild'be''prortla with at least @x 4. :
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,of whiskeyr which manager Curtis ruling exonerating Nichols. was two lifeguards from,sun-up: o sun-down. In addition there should

Taylor said belonged to membersof handed down, is was announced ; be depth markers and dangerScpne signs or'a roped off distance

the club. The B-Men also Impounded that the Bishop's Council will beyond which bathers are forbidden to go.

the unfinished drinks of hold a special session on Tuesday. b IT IS OUR FEELING that It Is the joint responsibility of k 1s

two members by pouring thenm September 9, in Washington. D. the developers of American: S Beach and the Nassau: County to ';;r.t

Into bottles and carrying them C. to consider the Judical Coun ,., provide thes faculties for safeguarding human lives .... ...
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away for evidence cil's authority In re-assigning FURTHER: It would appear that the Afro.Amerlcan.Insurance. .. ....,',"-'. .''

The raids which began several Bishop -Nichols to Florida. Co., whose subsidiary unit, the AfroAmerican Pension Bureau, ,, ,. i

weeks ago in the Negro sec THE REAL FIGHT NOW has heavy Interest In the beach would be more dilllgent in providing JOHN WARD Jr. .: 1:(Y I Ir

tion have brought much criticism BEGINS safeguards ,against loss of life since the majority of drowns at beach r :. 1
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for the agents Who reportedly visitors to American Beach are possible policy holders In the .
From all indications this unexpected > :
have, in some Instances, :.. ,
action which has left Afro.THE
broken open doors and pull $BISHOP FLORIDA STAB feels that unless the necessary safe. iJ.1:
WARD
D. NICHOLS
the antl-Nichols forces "fighting ,.. believed Ward was pulled into a
loose locks in their search. -" guards are provided on American Beach when the summer } ..
mad" signals the beginning of returned; to Florida cavity on the beach by an under. ..:: :* b bf bx
jln carrying a report of the season opens next ;rear It will be Its-duty, In the Interest of ::
Florida Star's earlier story the the real fight which' might well our colored citizens.to wage a campaign to urge visitors to stay current. :.: .

white tabloid CHRONICLE said, be a long and drawn out seriesof "Stop Nichols" faction intends to away from American Beach because of its hazards for bathers. Young Brooks said he saw :. .
Ward scuffling in the ocean but
ni part: (Senator) "Morgan issupposed court battles. Nichols' from returing to the 11th Eric O. SimpsonEdltorPub11sher '1i
thought he was clowning. It was
to enjoy beverage de- It has been hinted that forces District. ,/
when he heard. Ward's fi
only
martment patronage on this engaged In breaking Nichols' domination }Meantime Nichols who was re irt ....k;
ante, Miss Marie Adams shouting,
(side) and he, of course is blamed over the AME Church presented at the Jacksonville .''''''.,::
"hejp} me Chunky, help me", that -'4
for the alleged unfair tactics of plan to bring federal court action ; trial as well as the appeal to the ,
HOUDAYBRAWL SCHOOL ISSUE he realized the pair was .in trou
the state dry agents". against the South Carolina Judical Council by Ernest Jacksonwas I ble. Wwf 4

born bishop. It is believed reported on his way

A FLORIDA STAR that federal action will the back feeling to being Florida.prevalent With that ENDS IN DEATHA COULD LEAD TO Chunky swam Brooks to the and rescue his companions of.

be filed some time this week, Miss Adams the shapely Pepsi-
IN EVERY the Judical Council had no au
either in Philadelphia or Wash bishop Cola Girl heard on station WRHC .
thority to assign the ousted -- I
COLORED HOME ington, which would substantiate to Florida, it is very likely Southside bar stabbing re- AC1V1LWAR Pepsi Teen-Time Show conducted MARIE 1ADAMS -

the information that theFall I that Nichols might find the suited in the death of John Char. I # Pepsi girl rescuedby :
les Williams, 21, 2106 York St.
doors barred to his lavish of. by'force the head of
custody, a
who died in the Emergency Roomat By Interstate Press Service .
flee which was the subject of sovereign. state." Faubus urgedthe

I Fatal To Local Man much discussion at the Jack- Duval Medical Center last President Eisenhower's answerto President to see that no effort Ken Knight. The glamorous

; sonville trial. Tuesday morning, Sept. 3. the action of Arkansas Governor is made toward such action. young radio star and former New '

Bishop Nichols was found An argument between Williamsand Orval Faubus In calling out 'The rumor is not correct," replied York model was recently featured j

guilty on five counts of violation Louis B. Jackson, 30, of 1929 the National Guard to keep nine Hagerty, who also denied in the middle page spread o! .JET ..

of the AME Church Discipline Pullman Court became so heated, Negro children from entering a that U.S. marshals had been ordered magazine. .

In 'a trial held at Mt. Zion Jackson allegedly pulled his knife white school was that he use to escort the Negroes to After rescuing Miss Adams, the .

AME Church in Jacksonville.In from his pocket and stabbed Williams "every legal means" at his com. school. Hagerty added that no: discussions brave youngsters turned their attention

Ill 4rr' his appeal he charged that twice in the .chest. He was mand to uphold the Federal Con. had been held in Little to going after Ward .

1. Presiding: officer erred in rushed to Duval Medical Centerin stituticn Rock or Washington "or any but it was too late he had

: z refusing to .disqualify himself and a private car driven by Don. Faubus balked the scheduled integration place else concerning an arrest of disappeared in what was to be:

in refusing accused right to of. aid Merritt of 20H Westznont St. at Central High SchoolIn the governor." a watery grave. .; ., -
fer evidence, touching on preJudice one of the witnesses to the.stab Little Rock
by throwing a Faubus' action in calling out An emergency unit and a"corps-
of some members of trial bing. cordon of National Guardsmen the National Guard in defiance,ofa of searchers immediately'went into '

committee. Williams was treated, by Doc. around the schooL federal court 'order has createdan action to recover the body but

2. To permit four Nichols wit- tors Robinson, Neder and Hftbitt Faubus troops stopped an attempt extremely explosive situation.For it was not until late Sunday fght."r

nesses, to testify. and was. pronounced dead by Dr. Wednesday by the Negro if the President finds it necessary that it was found.

3. Charges filed by complainants Nader. The body :was carried to pupils to approach the 2.000-pupil to send troops into Arkansas Ward, a native of Jacksonvillewho
+ t ? weren't signed by presiding the Duval County Morgue whereIt aH-white school. A federal court the resulting conflict could spent four years In the U.S.

elder's in districts in which was' viewed by Coroner Sarah mandate had ordered Integration.The very possibly touch off what may Air Force Is survived by* his

alleged acts tcoks place., Bryan. Negro students failed to oe tantamount to another civil mother Mrs. Ruby Ward McQueen.

4. No evidence was producedto Jackson was arrested at the show Thursday and the National Funeral services were scheduledto

show that Bishop Nichols directed scene by Patrolman J.. 'R. How Guardsmen, some 250 strong, confined war.President Eisenhower in his be held at 4. p.m. Saturday

: or encouraged presiding ard. Witnesses to the stabbingwere their activity to keeping an telegram told Faubus that the Sept. 7, at St. John's Baptist
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__ ; elders to furnish Episcopal redence William Flynn 2025 York eye on a noisy crowd of about Departmen of Jusice is "collect Church.

*T* I St.; John Hale, 4410 Country qI bRoad 100 and warning newsmen againstany ing facts as to interference withor It was the-socond drowning: at

; Retha Robertson, 1869 ,activity which would "incitea failure to comply" with the the beach In 8 days. On Sunday

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTThe t I Moseley St.; Melvin Jenkins Jr. riot" federal court's order for intergra- August 25, Jasper Jones, another
Paul Cooper, 42, 134 Cleveland nounced dead by Dr. George S. 2607 Rings Avenue; Clarence Faubus telegraphed Eisenhower Uon, and added: 24.year.old ivan was drowned

Street met an untimely death Sat- Chris. Cooper: Is survived Catherine by John his birth of a new car, the Edsel, McLaurin, .2940 Sandlin Street. shortly after the U.S. Departmentof "You and other state officialsas after being swept away,by fctrong

urday, Aug. 31, at 1203 HoustonSt. common.Jawwife ad Is announced by Ford :Motor Com. Mrs. Delores Williams, wife, Justice ordered the FBI to in well as the/ National Guard receding: tides. There Were no

when he fell from the second son of the Cleveland Street pony of Dearborn Michigan. Too was listed as the' nearest kin to vestigate the use of guardsmen. which is, of purse, uninformed, Lifeguards on duty at the'time oi

floor porch white', helping Miss dress.Patrolmen invited to see this the deceased. "I am reliably informed, the armed and. partially sustained by the :accident and the beach Is notequipped
Robert Jenkins, are cordially "
Deloris Hunter rdove-some furni r. wire said "that federal authorities the.,federal goyenunent--WU1 ,1 .
G. R. newest .addition, to the Ford Family Sgts J. :n. Parker G. H. i";,wlth.. 'j depth or tone
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ture. Hamston. Hurlbert of the H' ID in Little Rock have this day am;sure, give'full cooperation totheUnited..States marker Cooper was carried.. to-,.-,.Duval Branch,, G..'1'., Jones a.. and. F.. AGniber ,of Fine Cars at your' near slon conducted the .. been discussing plans to take into : 'district'court/% bathers..,:;:, fv'J' -'..,..z..;" <:: .

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Page Two :., TIlE FLORIDA STAB Saturday, September 7, 1957

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THE FLORIDA STAR : t t Politics As Usual' :

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.. MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: ., ajl+ : By ERIC O. SIMPSON

2323 Moncrief Road .. -............. ..EL 4-5782 EL 4-6783 It is heartening to note that a group of young people in this

Downtown *m*
Mailing Address: : I .- : for first class citizenship.This .

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, FloridaEric groupNegroes <4

r y rq I: often said: We doff our hats to
have
O. Simpson ........................................Editor r
C. Parham Johnson.. .............. .......,..*...Ne\vs Staff formed them,* Emanuel Eaves and his associateswho

Altamae Richardson:........................Circulation Dept. selves into what: are making an effort to
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work to obtain full citizenship.These .
Member of Associated Negro Press is known as an
SUBSCRIPTION RATES NAACP Youth I F young people are depart-

One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $L80 7 ing from what has been more or
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. '.; branch for the
less the set pattern In this city.
Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: ; purpose of bring- Z
+ ..., 'l. Most of our men and
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA .. tom. :? ;: ing togetheryoung young
.. 'j ; q women have been taking the
C'f ; peoplewho

1 EDUCATION IN FLORIDA NEEDS f : -. will work to out""I'mnot attitude-golng.to-stick-niy.neck-. All afraid to

get others to
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Va
register and vote and
carry out fellow to get out on the limb.
STUDY AND MUCH REVISINGWith campaigns to improve the commu
: nity. They will come to the Negro
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; In these newspaper deploring this or that
', ,l days when the battle
the opening; the new school term we, naturally, become Ya'. for rights Is at a crucial pointwo condition ."But, now, don't use

more concerned with school affairs which, in turn, affect the welfare need young men and women my name".

: of our children. S oar to awaken others to the need The day has come when Negroes .

sE We find, to begin with, that the education system in Florida, rw for exercising their rights to vote must stand up and be

especially for Negroes, is an extremely poor one For: whenwe + ,.. K .- a sYq and to unite soiyiy behind the counted and. be willing to make

examine the :youths coming out of high school, it is very obvious ,.'k movement to gain our citizenship sacrifices, if necessary, to gain

that the curriculum and methods' employed from the elementary right their full citizenship rights.

r level to the secondary grades fail to provide our children with the As a former Florida newsman .

j necessary basic tools which may be honed to produce first class

l college graduates or enable them to make a fair living in the event mold circumstances to your liking Qt3RL 0

they are forced by circumstances to go through life on a high may be useless or result in differ. For

school education. ences with persons who share All Quoifed *
.
i It is amazing how little the Negro high school graduate knows.It your interests. There is plenty of Applicants

is pathetic. But this deplorable situation is hardly the fault of activity on the social front
giving
THEY MUST NOT BE ; TO SABOTAGE IT'S ENFORCEMENT.
teachers, although it is to be admitted there are some poor ones PERMITTED you all the pleasure and excite. C3.

t among the lot. ment you require..
''I It"is the Florida education system and the social-political philosophy danger of split family, marital or 2-30- CO-29--58_238. .

of cur white society and state fathers that is responsible for public relations if passions are CAPRICORNBorn From Washington comes word
Weekly aroused or differences allowed to
it all-- ven the existence of poor teachers. Your that twenty leaders of American

1E 5 The whole rotten plan grew out of' the desire to segregate get out of hand. Despite beliefsto Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th. industry who employ a total of

I Negroes.. 'Way back then, our legislators knew fully well that our Horoscope GuideWHICH the contrary, you have plenty If you are vacationing in far. more than 350,000 people, have

; Negro schools were not equal to those for whites; but in order to of time in which to make up your off places enjoy yourself and do agreed to use an Equal Job Opportunity -

convince everyone of the lie they erected an inferior college and told mind and settle down. Keep trackof not worry about business whichis emblem (shown above>
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR excellent ideas.
Negros to go there and when they graduate the Negroes will be more or less slow or fully able in their help-wanted newspaper
2 70 55 68 53
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eligible to teach in Negro schools just as white college graduates BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL to get along without you this advertising this autumn, accord.

i are permitted to teach in white schools. But the whole thing back. By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES week. The 8th helps to throw ing to the President's Committeeon

fired on our white leaders and school administrators. When then LIBRA light on your future outlook and Government Contracts.

t_ -n '1.1. .c.;;.., Su;; Ps rem: court exploded the separate. but equal plan our Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd. to make the adjustments that are The Committee designed the

e Florida Board of Control shouted that Negro children are not on sources of joy for you if you Even if you may be inclined to called for. Don't give in to a emblem-which proclaims "EqualJob

i the same scholastic par as whites. Therein they admitted they had Born Mar. 21st thru April 19th manage to tone down your more think otherwise' it is better for feeling of futility when things are Opportunity for All Qualified

been lying all along, or, are lying now. Don't be fooled by the bustle unbecoming tendencies you at this stage to shun the not going your way. Applicants" as a part of its

In addition to the state created evils that serve to hamper and the hustle as it is not likelyto l80: -22-79-23-183. limelight and to concentrate on 5--70-88-69-81-518. program to eliminate discrimination -

Negro education there are some that are created in our schools. mean much in the way of con- the more intimate phases of your because of race, religion,

For one thing there is need for curtailment of the various crete accomplishments. Just relaxon CANCER existence and pursuits. Whetheryou AQUARIUSBorn color or national origin In work

extra activities and projects that occupy the attention of studentsin the weekend and match your Born June 22nd thru July 22nd occupy higher position or a Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th. done under Government contract.

our elementary and secondary schools. There is altogether too stride to each day's requirements Do not express opinions or lesser one, there seem to be many The urge to add to savings and The emblem is first scheduledfor

students to participate in If take of things that require looking into joint resources and the ,
much interruption of classes to permit thereafter. you care make promises until you are certain tempta. use in newspaper advertisingon

i I a variety of activities ranging from majorette and band practice present problems and assignments of your facts and your and cleaning up, including questions tion to dip into them to satisfy Sunday, September 15. It will
Miss Justice or Miss with promptness, there will be related to own well personal desires seem to
for May Day or competing for the title of ability to make good in every your runabout appear in magazine recruitment
,\ I r, Helping Hand less concern over the future. instance. The 8th also cautions being. even this month. If your advertising late in September and
i of integrated education, 320 55 19 53 325. 5-30-44 29 41 543. future goals
,, I I With Florida standing the crossroads against legal or other long range seem important in October.

I '1: f it would behove our: .solons and education administrators to make disputes, speed on the highwaysand enough it would be to :your ad. In proposing the use of the emblem .
::: : honest evaluation of the education program and methods of TAURUS misinformation. This is the SCORPIO vantage to do without certain
an the Committee out
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that exist Because of uncertain business, obtain enlightenment from the The 8th warns against misunderstandings as not to endanger them. You skilled employment are increasingfor
E. O. S. weather or other unpredictable highest authorities. probably would do well to borrow
or emotional com qualified members of minority
conditions, there may be little for 6-50-21--48-24-621. plications that could eventuallyprove strength from your mate or the
groups, this fact is not sufficient.
: you to do other than going ahead rather upsetting. Besides individuals who have your wel.!
and
WFGA-TV fare ly well known among them
STATION at heart.
WELCOME with plans and preparations. This LEO you may not find this to be the 4-60-77-58-65-646. not enough of them are applyingfor
does not mean that you cannot right time to assume the financial
them.
the to
Born July 23rd thru 23rd. positions open
___ Aug.
make about
inquiries things you burdens that could follow. Make The lack of knowledge about ex-
of extending a cordial welcome to Television I need to know to Things are likely to get off to the PISCES
We take this means or promote your most of opportunities to con. also '
Jacksonville this week. '!a very slow start and there seemsto Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th panding job opportunities restricts
in
Station WFGA, which began its operations I hobbies, creative talents, teen-age centrate on your hobbies and the the training objectives of
', I be very little you can do aboutit Just ride along with the
{ citizens who with fellow white citizens have worked and social tempo
Our Negro programs pursuits. more pleasant aspects of your the of minority the
l since this is more or less ofa which is naturally slow this week youth groups
to build the, Gateway City into a bigger, better and more prosperous 7-90-44-87-43-793 existence. Committee said.
i : general pattern. Wind up vaca. and let the others beat their
of this new facility have chosen 7
city proud that the principals 50-88 47-86-785.
the lion periods and take up the heads against brick walls which The use of the emblem "will
this city as the place to erect such a modern station offering GEMINI
television routine of your daily life without will refuse to crumble. Those who notify all potential candidates ofa
finest color reception and an array of the most popular
Born May 21st thru June 21st
being unduly concerned over the SAGITTARIUSBorn are still on travel tours should company's Equal Job Opportunity -
I programs. The feelings that. are causingyou Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st. the maximum .
and
health of the nation's economyand not worry about being away from policy assure
offer
WFGA will a
It is our hope that the entry of station be utilized considerable worry should be consequently your own. You can stretch out your holiday the office or the job as your number of qualified appli
various talents of Negroes may
which the
means through kept hidden until you find more 9-10-66-13-65-916. pursuits as long as it is presence does not seem absolutely cants", the Committee said.
This station as well as others established can make a
new suitable conditions for their dis- within your power to decide and essential) as yet
wonderful contribution to the promotion of racial understanding and f '
I closure. There is considerable emphasis remain unconcerned about what is 8- 40 -33- 37 31 .841. i Continued 0; Page 6)
brotherhood by giving Negroes who represent a healthy buying on pleasure romance the VIRGO world. The 7th and 8th confirm

public an opportunity. to display" their talents and cultures. arts, music and the younger gen. Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd. or is not going on in the outside
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O. S.
E. eration. These should all be great The Full Moon adds to certain attempts to force the pace or to



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{ vein" .. r--F- :- PINEAPPLE THIS YEAR'S PRESENTATION SET

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'.' petlkilr9 i d i +kr6?. Yd IS PLANNEDA FOR THE 'AFFTERNOON OF MUSIC'This



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... Pineapple Sip will be givenIn I year's presentation of "Afternoon of Music" will be stagedby
%+. Among the many Labor Day the home of Mrs. Eleanor Dr. C. Williams for its fall showing Sunday afternoon. Sept.

activities, a few were planned for McBride 1481 Windle Street on 22, in the First Baptist Church, the Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor.

the enjoyment of the young Sunday, September 8' from 4 to The "Afternoon of Music" is I

adults-"The Teen-agers." A few 6 p. m.The being sponsored at First Baptist I)! MISS LEOLA
KING
of the events that are still being Sip is being sponsored by by Mrs. A. L, Patterson_and the I _

talked about Include: the barbecue Class No. 16 of the New Bethel missionary society of the church. TO BE HONORED .

,I picnic given by the Westside A-M.E. Church of which Mrs. Always awaited by hundreds of

.Teenage Club; a watermelon eat. McBride Is the president. music lovers who appreciate fine
Miss Leola will be honor.ed .
Ing contest given on the lawn of y'j During the program which will music, the program Is orderly King

I Maria Jenkins, for the members be presented at that 'time, many carried out In both classical and with an "Appreciation Night"on

of, the Presley Fan Club the x 3r talented Individuals will be fea spiritual selections featuring Tuesday September 10, sponsored .

beach outing to American Beach Yl tured. Included, among them are: some of the city's talented artists by The Home Mission of
sponsored by the Teen-age The "Afternoon of Music is a
Society Miss Kathleen Crockett :Miss La. Mt. Tabor Baptist Church in the
-Club and the surprise party fort lane McBride, W. K. Harper. Harold spiritual service done in song,- Church Auditorium beginning at8p.m.
.,the members of the Durkeville the Invocation the scripture and
; Nairn, Gene Pelham MissS.
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Teenage Club which was expected r'e y{ : ;?::y1'4: 4Iidinya: >:?y'Y :?b .bayF ntiY ; .,. ># Cleveland Leona Jackson and even the gospel message. One of

; to be a meeting. Mrs. M. Crockett the highlights of the musicale is Miss King will leave Jackson.

,, } f%? 0.'C. the rendition of the great HalleluJah t vine on September 14th for the
.N: The Rev. T. E. Wright is the
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mitchell : .g ;;., pastor of the church. Chorus. I, Columbia School of Nursing.

1 ,.will be proud mother and father. : Choirs choral groups and soloists Mrs. A. N. Session a instructor
In4aws when their daughter are in the process of being
in the Publis School Systemwill
Leonteen exchanges marriage auditioned now, and among the

',vows with John Wesley Jones, son 4 USHER BOARDTO very best of these groups will be serve as Mistress of Cere.
S.
of Mr. and Mrs. John Tompkins.The S'S 4 selected to stage this great pro monies.

wedding will take place Sun. duction. Various choirs of the city

day at 6 p. m. In the St. Pius CELEBRATE Rehearsals will begin Monday along with other talent will appear

Catholic Church. A reception will September 9. I I on program.

follow In the home of the bride.

t elect's parents.. t ANNIVERSARY BACK TO SCHOOL CALYPSO DANCEIS

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Mrs'' Geo. Pooler of 1615 West

.Davis Street will leave the city t PLANNED BY YOUTH COUNCIL
Saturday for Gulf Point, Miss to xf Usher Board 1 of Jerusalem .

visit Mrs. Giles Caldwell Mrs. L. b Baptist Church will celebrate Its I

McClenon and Mr. Pooler's sir. 30th anniversary on Sunday Sep
A "Back To School" Calypso Dance will be presented by the
tember 8 the main auditoriumof
u.
I ters. She will also visit New Or.
( leans before returning home. : the church at 3 p. m. Youth Council of the Jacksonville Branch NAACP on Tuesday
A September 10, beginning at 8 p. m. In the Elks Auditorium, located
: unique program has been
at 712 West Duval Street.
planned for presentation at that
: Ernest Hall and his band will
Bells time. Many of the talented artistsof
Wedding
I' r .. } present the music for the affair.A ,MRS. MABLE POTEE
the
.. city will be featured.
'\ ... 'ai'p The Rev. Jake Ray, assistant variety show will be presented ANNOUNCES MEET
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., Geo. L. Baker 1824 Wilson St., t .S. lb',,4. y pastor of the church announcedthe during intermission The Hearts,
a popular singing group of the
I age 32 and Doris A. .. following activities for Sun-
Tompkins eu:;ti ::::{ Mabel Potee
;; Mrs. worthy ma.
city, will be featured on the show.
1224 W. 19th St., age 29. ..f ? ?, > day: tron of the A. L. Fleming Chap
The Youth Council with Eman-I
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.' Alonza L. DIckerson 1340 Services will with the
begin ter 45 Order of Eastern Star has
Brider St., and Althea L. Singleton Sunday School at 9:30: a. m. Due uel Eaves serving as sponsor is announced that the regular meeting

F 1546 Van Buren, age 29. ""........,;, : ..: ..' .;;;7"'<"" "''''''_. :...:;_____...;. .. ,..."- ...... to the pastor's vacation, the assistant organized for the purpose of of the chapter will be held

I I I Horace Edward, 128 North St., YOUTH COUNCIL MEMBERS of the N.AJ\C.P. Youth Council are pictured here preparing pastor will direct the wor who bringing will together work to young others people to Tuesday, September 17 in the

,\ .' age 28 and Josephine M. Lewis, for their "Back to School" Calopso Dance which will be held in the Elks Auditorium on Tuesday, ship service throughout the day. and vote and get out Masonic Temple. 410 Broad St.
register
: 6624 Evergreen St., age 24, September 10 beginning at 8 p. m. Seen in the top photo from the left are: Mary Johnson Richard The Trustee Board will meet In campaigns to improve, carry the com. The meeting will be the first

.1 Small Walter Harley Vivian Hendrlcks, Thadius Walker Shirley McCoy and Clifford. In the bottom the Educational Building on Mon. munity. following the vacation period and

photo are members of the refreshment committee. which will serve refreshments for the affair. From I day night for their regular busi all members are to report to the

i eis CoenI left are: Mara McCoy, Inez Jones Arthur McClendon and Shirley McCoy. ness session. Robert Butts president of the fourth floor, room 2 at 6 p. m.
council stated that tickets are

being sold by members of the

,I Parent Teachers Association WOMANLESS WEDDING PLANNED "- council and plans are being made S

_ of Long Branch Elementary .Two Course Birthday Party for an enjoyable event. I/
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School wilt meet in Its first session ZiON HOPE MALE CHORUS Menu Insures Happier ChilclreiiYou'll F
of the fall term on Septem. i IBY MISSIONARIES-
ber 12 at 8 p. m. in the school

library. Mrs. Emma Melton is the '
_ The Male Chorus of Zion Hope
r\\ president. SINGERS SET
Baptist Church will present a wo- WILL .PRESENT

manless : fclJHjV fjjjfc.- 'tfiC l a
wedding on Monday, Sep -
:;:'District 16 of Emanuel Baptist .' 1

_ ,Church. will celebrate its seventh tember 16, at 8 p. m. in the main RECITAL FORSEPTEMBER 2ND MUSICALThe .

anniversary on Sunday, September auditorium of the church which is

15 at 3 p. m. in the church located at 1198 West Church St.,

;.auditorium. Invitations have: been the Rev. E. R. Simpson pastor. 8 Y V
.extended to all to be present. A I Edwina A. Moseley Junior Back To School
?"'program. will be presented at that Mrs. L. Z. Powers of the West Women's Missionary Society of
'5 time Union Baptist Church will serveas Bethel Baptist Institutional
The Heavenly Echoes will be Clothes
Mistress of Ceremonies
and
Y Church, will present its second
the Gospel Chorus of West Union i presented in a musical recital on musical in the church auditorium, .

District 6 of Second Baptist Baptist Church will serve. Mr. Sunday. September 8 at the Royal September 15 at 7:30 p. m. i BOYS
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?Church will celebrate its 25th Ellis Morse erf St. Paul AME .
Tabernacle Baptist Church, on Appearing on the program will SPORTSHIRTS
.- anniversary. Sunday, September Church will dramatize "The Parson
'. "' 21st Street near Myrtle Avenue. be Miss Norma Ruth Solomon, Short Sleeves
15 from 4 to 6
p. m. in the and The Stranger." At the
: "Bethune Circle Center, 441 West piano will be Cecil Fisher. Ap The regular Sunday service will Miss Pad rica Mendez and others. Regular $1.98 & $2.49

'Beaver Street. A program will be pearing also will be The Angelsof begin with Sunday School at 9:30a. Invitations have been extendedto $1.79 each or

presented at that time with many Joy. m. with Deacon Dan Jarrettin all Junior Women Missionary 3 for $5.00
_ of the talented artists of the city Societies to attend as special
appearing. Bride for the affair will be E. charge. Morning worship will "'- guests. USE OUR EASY

Britton; groom Stephen Sanders; begin at 11 a. m. and B.T.U. at be'sure to get high marks from mothers as an expert birth. The Initial program of the
bridesmaids ,are Walter Hawk, J. 5:30: p. m. with Mrs. A. M. Alexander day party giver, if you preface the classic ice cream and cake course group was presented last year LAY-AWAY PLAN
District" 4 of the First New Zion L. King Harold Augusta Cox, W. wit bowls of hot,nourishing soup and sandwiches. Youngsters, too, A SMALL DEPOSIT
{ Baptist Church will sponsor a G. Byrd and M. Senior; Isiah presiding.Evening will be happier and much better behaved after enjoying well bal. and the president, Mrs. Georg L.
silver tea In the church auditor- worship will begin at anced party fare instead of over eating on sweets. Gibson, announced that this year's WILL HOLD 'YOURSELECTION.
Jones best and Mr. KindellIs
man;
Mum from 4 to 6 m. on Sunday 7 p. m. with the pastor, the Rev. Tomato soup is a universal juvenile favorite that makes a popular presentation will surpass the first.
p. -
the bride's father. Ring beareris For each .
party menu opener. an extra party touch garnish soup
t 'j| September 8. Lonnie Hart; flower girls Master Lee McQueen delivering the sermons serving with popcorn. A bi? cream cheese sandwich loaf cut in

j ; m. ,.. Senior and Johnnie King. slices willcarry out the festive spirit. For favors these party balls LARGE SELECTION
j., 'are sure to delight; inside layers and layers of crepe paper are a
GIRLS
PILLTHE PUG
The White Rose Club of District John Lowery will serve as minis- handful of surprise charms. .

_ 22 of Second.Baptist Church terassisted, by T. Jackson. Cecil KINDERGARTENPLANS Colorful story books like "The, Campbell Kids Have A Party" area COTTON DRESSESSizes
t at 4 min happy choice for take-home favors. Be sure to give your birthday STOMACH UPSET
will meet Sunday p. : Fisher'.wi preside at the console. HON 1-0 .. $1.25 & UP
OPENING share in the table and for
youngster a setting party planning
the home of Phillip Brown. 740 The has been invited to games when constipation
public
stomach 7.14 .. & UP
his guests. Even a three year old will profit from the opportunity to sours Black-Draught $1.98
1. Robinson Avenue. attend share in the responsibilities of hospitality* relieves constipation overnight. Sub Teen 8-11 .$3.98 & UP
I ':: H". The Mt. ,Morlah A. :M. E. Sandwich Loaf Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
f' LauttoStomadi< Sveetaer Warts Onnrittt!
Church Remove crusts from loaf of unsliced bread and cut lengthwise into
District 15 of'Bethel Baptist, PATRONIZE Kindergarten beginits No harsh griping. Made from pure
three slices. Butter of each slice. bottom slice with jamor butgently BROADWAYDEPT.
Spread
Thoroughly
will meet in the home of fall term on Monday September top vegetable herbs.
*Church jelly. Add second slice of bread. Spread with peanut butter. Add uncorks clogged intestines.
I |Mrs. }.r. L. Carter, 966 'West FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS 9 with registration from 9:30 top slice Aid spread thinly with jam or jelly. Spread tops and sides Then Brings life comforting looks sunny relief In again morning.Get STORE
?( 8th Street on Sunday,. September to 12:30 o'clock. Instructor are with cream cheese mixed with cream. Make a border of salted Black-Draught today.
I 8 at 4 o'clock Plans will be made I :Mrs. L. J. Jones and Mrs. Sara almonds,around the cake. Chill several hours before serving. Cut in 1s fowder or Ormtlattd, =.;.gird 119 Broad St.
%09 s ser ern-to-tat. toot
ten to twelve slices. Each slice may be cut in half.
l for; the presentation of the Fall Harley. ffKYTWrnTTT-ni* ': : When eantip' tloa Ph. EL 4-6018
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: r "THE BURGLAR" Own PAT BOONE In : Will Open Its Fall Term .,:: ..

FOR SEPT. 15A \1f'-
"BERNARDINE"And Tuesday, September 3. ::** : '
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Ages. 8 months to 5 years '! ;
Rainbow Tea will be sponsored c'
ALAN LADD In "SANTIAGO" "MATCH MAKING MARSHALL" '.
by the women of Grant : Plus "HILDA CRANE"COMING x x '>. : ...
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day, September 15 from 4 to 6 '
p. 'm. in the church auditorium. i I I THE TRENEIRS. THE HI-LOWS. MAYA Open Monday, through Friday_ I
TO THE STRANDSEPTEMBER
The women under the leadership I Hot Lunches Pick-up&
I 15 ANGELOU and Many OthersIn Daily : DeliveryFor
'. of Mrs. Frances Moore are (
I striving hard to make the affair a "BAND OF ANGELS" CALYPSO HEAT WAVE (Hear the "BananaBoat" Information Call EL .5-3259'

v> A will be DRAMA WITH,
success. program pre-
SUN.TUES.SEPT.. Sao Song) and'"TEXAS" With GLEEN FORD '
:J stinted. with some of the most GREEN ARCHER SERIAL :,CLARK GABLE & Mrs. G. R. Cummings, director J'

:.twtalentedindividuais of the city & CARTOON SIDNEY FO1T1ER And ti.BIL HOLDEN + -.\ 1:" .-.4: '
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I OBSERVANCEPOR BOWDEN MEMORIAL HOST PASTOR FOR EVENT

. Bowden Memorial Methodist ...... .
Church, 11th and Pullman streets
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SEPT. 29 will conduct special services Mrs Joseph S. Uptrot wife of the Rev. Joseph! S. LJptrot

throughout next week, beginning will serve as host pastor wife for the annual observance of Wo

Monday night. .': .' .: men's Day which will be held Sundoy, September 8 throughout the
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Annual Women's Day will be The Rev. S. S. Robinson Jr., '.: :: }'. I day at the Second Baptist Church.

observed, at the Halsey Chapel pastor of Simpson Methodist Officers for the day are Mrs. I
Church with his congregationwill : j .;: .' : M. Moss chairman Mrs. Tate altering Miss Mabelle Hodge; re. ,
V.
CMTC Church on Spnday, Septem. 4.w .?x' "*.ayy4ayA takk\w ) ; \
bet 29 throughout the day in the be. present, on Monday to 4' : co-chairman; Mrs C. Burton secretary : marks, co-chairman.

main auditqrium of the church. begin the week's service. : ; rtt1; { it ; Mrs. R. Caldwell, treas- i During the evening worship at
5:30 p.' m., Mrs. M. Throupe will
During recent meeting which On Tuesday night, the Light. urer; Finance committee, Mrs. R. .

.was held; at the church, Mrs. S. house Gospel Singers of the First Vickers, chairman; Mrs. H. St. deliver the message, OUion to be
> Clair, Mrs. Ai. L. Moss. featured on the program art
!. Coley was elected as chairman Born Temple will be presentedin ." .
Mrs. Dora
Mra. Matti
'With Mrs. Beatrice Logan servingas a recital. Preaching will be + Program committee, Mrs. R. L. Walker
co-chairman. heard Wednesday and Thursday Mitchell chairman; Mrs. E. Butler McClendon, Mrs. M. Dasher, Choir
No. 1 of Union
Other officers are Mrs. W. M. evenings. -. \ 4 1 Mrs. A. M. Baker. State com. Progressive
Church, Mrs. Ola Jennings, Mrs.
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Donaldson, finance committee Friday, the Evening Star Gospel mittee chairmen are Mrs. R. Caldwell
R. Vickers
and
Mrs R. Caldwell.
chairman: ; Mrs. Hettie Cotton, tak Singers will render a recitalto >. Florida and Mrs. R. Vickers,
Mrs. P. Rivers
will have
chairman; Mrs. M. Lion, program close the services. t t bq4c a : : t. Georgia. of the ushers throughout the charge day.
i Sy ++ct < The observance will begin with
..committee chairman, and Mrs. These services are being held > .
I Margaret, Pollard, secretary. for the benefit of the Conference the Sunday School at 9:30: a. m.

Group captains are Mrs. S. L. Budget Fund. 1t Mrs. Viola Jackson will serve as SHAW'S MEMORIALTO

f Coley M Margaret Pollard. guest superintendent. Teachersare
]? CELEBRATE
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The Rev I. McPherson pas ;;lot; ti q r:
Mrs. C.. H. Hall, Mrs. Eola Green, tor of Bowden Memorial. ; Mrs. Cora L. Harmon, Mrs.

'Mrs. Dene Clark.ALUMNI .. i; ., Margaret Stevens, Mrs. L. M. WOMEN'S DAY. .
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CENTRAL CME APPRECIATION NIGHT The Baptist Ministers Wives Alliance honored Mrs W. L. Jones whoIs Josephine Green will review the The women of Shaw's Memorial

PLANS READY FOR MEN'S. pictured In, the, center, recently, with an Appre elation Sight at the lUte Sinai Baptist Church. On lesson. Baptist Church will celebrate

DAY the left of Mrs: Jones Is Mrs. H. H.. Robinson, the president of the Alliance and on the right is Speaker for the 11 o'clock warship their annual Women's Day observe

I Mrs. G. T. McCaU. service will be Mrs. H. ance on Sunday September 8

FOR MEETING I Hazelton who will be introducedby throughout the day.
The annualS observance .Men's REV. S. WASHINGTONTO Sons and Daughters To Mrs.
S. Howard. Others toparticipate Mrs. Wilson Armstrong .
chairman
Day of Central CME Church, ST. MATTHEWS -'' ', --
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First and Davis streets will be
The Bethune-Cookman Alumni ,' RitesThe Mrs. Rosa Mitchell, The Dinsmore'Gospel Lula Wade
held Sept. 15 throughout the day. CENTRAL BAPTISTThe eo-ehafnaan stated
i Association. meet at the A. L. PLANS FORWOMEN'SDAY Singers, Mrs C. Burton, that plans have been made for
Lewis .Branch YWCA,. 582 West Melvin.Copeland. and Mack Dun- Sons and Daughters of Mrs. C. Harmon, Mrs Rosa Ash the presentation of aa enjoyable

..8th.St.. .. on Sunday at 5 p. m. bar: are serving as chairmen and Rev. S. Washington, associate Bethany will hold their Thanks- ley, Mrs Helen Williams and celebration.

It has been requested 'by the co-chairmen, respectively LemuelW. minister of West Union Bap. giving service Sunday at 7 p.m. \ Mrs. Louis Alberta. The service will begm with

president, Nathaniel Davis, that Webb, M. B. Smith and Sam tist Church, will be the speaker Tabernacle' Baptist Church, Lafayette Youth Hour will be held at 3 Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., with

an recent graduates of the col.. uel Alexander are in charge of Sunday at the 11 a.m. hour of street and Albert street, p. m. The program is: devotion, Mrs. Emma Lundy serving as

lege and. other alumnus not affiliated the program. service at Central Baptist Church, the Rev. W. E. Young, pastor. Annual Women's Day will be Mrs. E. Walker and Mrs. C. Wel- guest superintendent and Mrs M.
with the chapter are Delivering the address will be The presidents of the groups ington; introduction of mistressof L. Butler
reviewing the lesson.
Third and Broad streets. The Rev. observed Sunday, October 13, aft
urged; to be present. Dr. William L. Graham, vice pres- have requested all members to be ceremonies, Mrs. H. St. Clair; Mrs. Louise 'Nelson will deliver
the St. Matthews AME Church
The new officers for the year ident of Paine College at Augusta Mr. Washington is serving in the present. mistress of ceremonies Miss M. the for the
the Rev. N. McCray, pastor. message morning wore
are Nathaniel Davis, president; Ga. absence. of the pastor, the Rev.R. The program: Occasion, Mrs. Rhodes; selection, choir 3 of New ship with Miss Edna Ruth Cooperand

James Lloyd, vice-president;' Lois Dr. Graham is one of the na Leander Jones, who it attend Mary B. Taylor; prayer and re- Officers appointed for the day Jerusalem Baptist Church; fel. Mrs. Virginia Mack deliver

Hill,_ recording secretary; Deloris tion's leading educators and is ing the National Baptist Conven sponsive reading, Mrs. Dorcas are Mrs. N. McCray, who will come address, Mrs. V. Tate; re- ing the message for the 3 p. m.

Matthews, financial secretary; head of lay activities of the CME tion U.S.A. Louisville, Ky. Miller; introduction of mistress of serve Alexander as pastor chairman; Mrs. Willie:Mrs. Pearl Ruth sponse, Miss E. Henry; solo, Miss and 7 p. m. service reJ ecUvely.

Pete Clayton, treasurer;. Alma Church. He is the holder of the ceremonies Mrs. D. Daniels; mis- ; Yvonne Mitchell; local program; Mrs. W. M Llptrot will serve ..

Daniels, reporter; William Richardson B.A., MA., and PhD degrees, The Rev. L. Hall, associate minister tress of ceremonies, Mrs.. Gussie Haines, program chairman. introduction; of speaker, Miss Ma- as acting pastor for the day. t

business manager; Vera and is a national lecturer. of Second Baptist Church, Torrence. Mrs. Louise Young and Mrs. belle Hodges; speaker, Miss Irma Mrs. Pearlie Mae Robinson is the

Davis parliamentarian and Dora Appearing on the program dur- will have charge of the evening Selection, choir and congregation I Cleo Jones will direct the young Cobbs; solo, Miss Mary L. Curley; secretary.

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chaplainWOMEN'S address -- -- -
ing the day will be E. Dorsey, service, which begins at 7. Choir ;
Bur. H- M.-,:Pauline; response Mrs. Captains of the observance are: i
Alexander Anderson, Samuel 2 }will furnish music for both. "AN AFTERNOON OF MUSIC"'IS
Sim Cola tee Harmon; selection, Mrs. Martha Pressley Mrs. Pettie I
DAY SET roughs, E. P. Jones. Hornymons major services, with Mrs. G. W.
c. .,v. Shootes, Aaron C. choir; reading, Mrs. Eliza Caffey; Mae Vaughn, L. McDaniel, and
AT HOLSEY CHAPELThe and others. Tucker at the console. introduction of speaker, Mrs. Lu- Franklin Young.WOMEN. .
Jackson
SLATED FOR
Sunday School will begin at retha Jones; speaker, Mrs. E. T. LITTLE ROCK
Bishop J. Claude Allen is to
women ot Holsey Chapel 9:30 a.m. with the lesson subject, Tutson.
be in the service.
present
,,:JCMXI Church will observe the annual "Baruch, the faithful secretary." Felicitations, D. W. Perkins, at- SET
.Women's Day, Sunday September torney-at-law; offering. J* D. Kennedy "An Afternoon of Music" will

29, throughout the day. BTU convenes at 5:45 p.m. and Mrs. Viola Coakley; be presented in the Little Rock CENTRAL CME MEN

Serving as pastor for the celebration OBSERVANCEIS Immediately following night presentations, Mrs. Wilhelmenia OBSERVANCEFOR Baptist Church located on the

will be Mrs. S. C. Scott. service, there will be ,a hymn Skinner, Mrs. E. O. Milner Mrs. Eastside, Sunday, September 15, PLANS MEN'S DAYThe

:Mrs. Beatrice Logan and Mrs. S. singing contest between DeaconsA. Idella Underwood. beginning at 3 p. m. l

I. Cole were elected to serve as PLANNEDBY Lawrence and S. Dorsey, in I Mrs. Deborah Daniels is chairman SEPT. 15The Miss Artie C, Patterson, lead. men of the Central CME

chairmen for the day. behalf of the Women's Day drive. ., and Mrs. Mary B. Taylor is ing soloist and church worker of Church will observe their annualMen's
Other officers are: Mrs. W. M.
secretary.. the city, will be featured as guest
Donaldson finance committee WOMENAnnual Day celebration on Sunday
,
annual observance of Wo- soloist. Choir No. 2 of Mt. Caramel
chairman; Mrs. Hattie Cotton, September, in the main auditor
REV. HUGHES LEADERSHIP COURSE men's Day will be held Sunday Baptist Church under the di-
tag chairman; Mrs. M. Lion, prorgram PLANNED YWCAThe rection of Mrs Priscella Gordon ium of the church.
September 15 at the
Philadelphia
: committee chairman, and Women's Day will be
Smith, will be the guest choir. Melvin Copeland, will serve as
Mrs. Margaret Pollard, secretary. held in Mt. Tabor Baptist Churchon SETS RECITAL Baptist Church.
Others to appear on the program chairman for the event. He has
L. October 6 throughoutthe
Group captains are. Mrs. S. Sunday A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA The programs throughout the
are: Mrs. Idella Jackson, announced that well
Coley Mrs. Margaret Pollard, day. will officially open its fall activities day will feature many of the David Gibbs Mrs. Rhenelda a planned
Jenkins
Mrs. C. H. C. Hall, Mrs. Eula The women have enacted plansto FOR MT. SINAI with the Leadership Training city's talented citizens. Speakersfor Mrs. Ellen Tisdale and program will be presented

Green and Mrs. Irene Clark. organize groups of all membersof Day to be .held Sept.. 28. Mrs. the morning and afternoon others. throughout the day.
many
the church with a captain. in Bernice C. Green Is chairman. worship services are Mrs. Laura I The activities will begin at 9:30

charge of each group.The The Rev. A. J. Hughes well The theme for the day Is "The Jackson and Mrs. Cora F. Ross Mrs. Bernice Wright is the a. m. with the Sunday School. T.
HOMECOMINGSET sponsor of the and the Nelson
program will be the
general chairman for the known gospel singer, will be presented role of women in the YWCA." respectively Rev. W. C. Mitchell is the superintendentin
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drive is Mrs. Florine Benton and in a musical recital Sept. Working with :Mrs. Green are Officers for the day are: Mrs. charge.

Mrs Emma J. Knight, cochairman ,. 22 in the auditorium of the Mt. Miss Frankie Ruth Hamilton, Rebecca Teasdell, chairman; Miss S
FOR SUN.
Mrs. Nellie M. ROberts is. Sinai Baptist Church. Mrs. Evelyn Florence, Miss Hor- Luvenia Quarterman, co-chair ARTHRITISRHEUMATISM

chairman of the program committee The recital is being presentedby tense Jones, Mrs. I. H. Burney, man; Mrs. Louise B. Washington,

and Mrs. M. K. Williams, co- Usher Board 4 of :Mt. Sinai Mrs.. Lillian Robinson, Mrs Ruby Mrs. Josie Bowens, Mrs. Ada

The Annual Homecoming Sunday I chairman. The treasurer Is Mrs. and the Courtesy Committee of Wilson, Mrs. Thomas McGee, and Stanley, Mrs. Leola Wright and NEURITIS
I SCIATICANew
of District 30 of the DaySpring and Mrs. Alice Branch Staff.
Catherine Hughes, the East Florida and Bethany the Mrs. Agnes Hayes, captains.
: Baptist Church will be observed of the trustee will include PROSTATE
Williams, chairman Baptist District Junior Women's The complete program GLAND Treatment
:- Sunday at 3:30 p. m., in to attend
lunch. Members are
board. Convention.The COMMUNION RITES FOR PROSTATE SUFFERERS ;
fthe home of Deacon and Mrs.
lLarie, 1565 West 31st Street."The An invitation has been to extended attend- Rev. Mr. Hughes Is the and"spend the day. TO BE BESTOWED HEMORRHOIDS (Piles)

district, under the leader. the to celebration.the general The public Rev. H. T. i pastor of the St. John Baptist JERUSALEM BAPTIST AT YULEE CHURCHYULEE Safe Approved NON-SURGICAL Treatments
Church and is well known in
I religious
Smith and Henrys
of W. L.
ship Overstreet is the pastor.. USHER BOARD NO.1ANNIVERSARY
s Larke, t is planning for one of the and civic circles. The sponsor Sept. 5 The Holy STOMACH AND COLON DISORDERS

most enjoyable events in its his MRS.HONORED of the musical has requestedall PLANS Communion will be administered YIELDING TO NEW TREATMENTIf

BY Junior Missionary Societies to Sunday at 3 p.m., in First Bap.
tory. Jerusalem
Usher Board 1 of suffer the aches
you
pains and discomfort of of the
be present and has extended an tist Church with the Rev. D. E. any
Mrs. Tommie Hawkins pro. MT. CALVARY CHOIRMrs. Southside will
Baptist Church, following conditions CONSULT THE CLINIC TODAY!
1 gram chairman, has announced invitation to the public to attend. observe its 31st anniversary Sunday Singletary, pastor, In charge.

: that many of the city's talented Alberta Latimore will be Appearing on the program will at 3 p.m. in the church auditorium The services will begin with Aathritis, Neuritis, Sciatica, Articular, Rheumatism, Lumbago,

artist will be featured on the honored Friday night Sept. 13 by be talent of the city. The Rev. S.. the Sunday School at 9:30 a.m., Gout, Stomach disorders, Systemic Acidity, Prostate Disease

program Choir No. 2 of Mt. Calvary Baptist L. Badger, paStor. of Emanuel Furnishing' music for, the service ;.with Porter Prince In charge. (Elementary State) Endocrine Imbalance. Ductless Gland Disorders

Church. Baptist Church, will introduce the will be Choir 3 of St. John The officers will conduct the devotional Malfunction of Thyroid Gland, Diabetes (Functional

REV.. FRANK JONES Mrs. Latimor serves as pianistfor artist. Cecil B. Fisher will.also be Baptist Church and Choir 2 of service at 11 ajn., and Causes) Bladder Disorders (Elementary State), Kidney. Disease,

CALLS FOR PASTORS the choir and the testimonal heard. Bethel Baptist. A program will the Rev. Mr. Singletary win Nervous Disorders, Enervation, High Blood Pressure,' Gall Bladder

is being given for the long and Serving as ushers will be the be presented., preach the sermon. Disorders Rectal Disorders, Colon Disorders, Prolapos of .Co

TO. MEET MONDAYThe faithful service she has renderedat Male Chorus of Day Spring Baptist Usher Board 1 of Bethel Baptist The evening service is sched- Ion, Systemic Toxemia, General Debility, Migraine adachea.,

Rev. Frank J. Jones, pre. Mt. Calvary. Church. Church will serve. Invitations uled at 7:30 o'clock at which time Constipation, Colitis, Liver, Trouble, Jaundice, Sinus Trouble,

aiding elder of the South Jackson Slated to serve as master of Mrs. Lucille Mote is chairmanof I have been extended to an the pastor will again deliver the Insomnia, Obesity, Malnutrition, Anemia, Vitamin Deflciences...

> ville.: District, AME Church, has ceremonies for the program is the program committee. ushers to attend the anniversary. sermon. THE FINLEY CLINIC MAKES AVAILABLE
slated to give
called all ministers of the district Melvin Grace and

: to meet Monday at 8 p.m., the occasion is C. Parham John THIER TREATMENT SERVICES FOR

In, hilt Borne at 1724 Academy St. i son and other personalities of the BUSINESS DIRECTORYDRY COLORED PARENTS. HOURS BY APPOINTMENT .

city will appear on the program.All ONLY. Tel EL 6-4924.

pianists of the city are invited CLEANING
WILSON and SON
t FOR DRIVER'S to be in attendance along SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY THE FINLEY CLINIC 589 GILMORE ST.

: LICENSES with the many friends of the Ladies' Plain Dresses Beautifully Cleaned and < QUALITY SHOE SERVICE Formerly located on Riverside Avenue. Now located In our new

honoree. Pressed 69c With This Coupon' building
I Or teaming To Drive ; DYEING and REFINISHING y
scheduled to ALL WORK GUARANTEED
i AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL The program is "Successflly treating chronic diseases for over 20 years". CON
4.7025
2935 Myrtle Avenue Ph. El
begin promptly at 8. COMMUNITY CLEANERS ,. SULT DR. FINLEY
:El 4A6S9.11S4) W. 5th St. 1629 Kings Rd. Ph. El,6-S845
r I Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.
i i Invnslble Soles Orthopedic Work, ', TODAY ABOUT
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Liberia to preside at sessions of the future of the League. in business. When money is of big business monopoly and bring about even mote "

BAPTIST BODY Integration I the convention cited the courage The small business man is in "tight", he asserted small business rapid social changes. I think that, Geroge O. Butler educational rapidly.

of the Liberians in building the danger of being caught in an unkke the big corporation, among a great many other things director of the President's Committee

country in the face of great ob "economic squeeze" between the is cut off from good credit today, we as Negroes in business ss on Government -

PICKS JACKSON Needs Strengthbusiness stacles. She is the widow of the demands of organized labor and sources and "driven to loan at are merely experiencing the full presided over the paneL Contracts Leading

late United States Ambassador to the difficulty of getting adequate exorbitant interest" impact of the over-all pressure other panels were Mrs Geneva

the West Afrcan Republic credit in a "hard dollar era", Edward Davis, vice-president of the uncertainties, the economic Kent Valentine real estate operator .

FOR PRESIDENT Told Business sessions of the convention Clarence Robinson,secretary-coun a large auto sales company: in squeezes that small business meneveryhere of Washington. D. C.. and J.

I were devoted to panel discussions sel of the Wilkoff Steel Fabricating Detroit warned "of the unrest are experiencing and B. Blayton, head of various bust

of careers in business, I Company .f Youngstown currently facing business enter which social, political, as well as ness enterprises in Atlanta Geor-
j B08.TON..The Negro In America ,
LOUISVILLE, Ky. During a capital formation, and planning I Ohio said in the panel on careers prises in the world, in the face economic changes have helped to gia.
stormy session at the National can advance to full integration
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Baptist Convention, U. S. A. Inc. irom a oz
cany position sirengtn, ...
Dr. Joseph H, Jackson of Chicagowas Dr Frederick D. Patterson presi. ,,, .... -...."" :::t .- .c.;;-T.\- .;z ".'. \i.r: ......:.: .t.r". ..... ';; T'<."._'"",:.'. _: -.. .. ". __ _
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re-elected to the presidency: .' ;f=-- ': .-;#" '!..;'. _'".'.'.'''',,--. .L.''' '
dent of the National Business ..... ; .. t- .., ': ; .." ifs TIf '
.; fox.. the fifth consecutive time ",,.-' ; 1 ; JJnt-Free /
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League, declared In an,address be. ,, : 4 --- .
; Dr T. W, Chambers, pastor of ; .' o' .,. :;" / ': : .., ....- .. "
fore 1< .J1
.Second Baptist tke joint conventions of the .. :< .
Church "
of Los i "
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Angeles was also a candidate f.r league which: he heads and the ?, 4z/ ;.*, ,.i J !.."R.. I

the' office that carries a $12.000 National Houstwives League of : ,:.' .... # .;-a'4 s Sand-Free ..-...,....-:. : 'd)
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'allowance for office operation America which closed last week. t"I' .
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plus an expense account, and honorariums Important'rac1aJ, religiousand ". ...M ;. 'J"--' '1"t .-- ,...: "
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from various churches, nationality groups In this :" : -' ::

but was defeated when the Rev. country," Patterson )said, "move : It's All Porcelain

T S, Harten of Brooklyn grabbed Into the mainstream of Americanlife I/ L1aA ,,

the microphone and yelled, "I from a strong background of '

move we suspend the rules and united effort. This Is the Negro's

t elect Jackson president by ac. opportunity and challenge today. (t' 7 ,: 1 -.i

-. clamation" A roar of approval We are no less American and no : j' inside and out T ;

followed and Jackson was reelected less iintegrated for having coope, ._

rated as a group to work for or ;.br't' -.. I ., ... .. I
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; Governor A. B. Chandler was in to preserve advantages that can
"', be secured no, other ," ; '
attendance and posed on the rostrUm way

': with Dr. Jackson and 'acknowledged The Business League, foundedIn "

fI ...:; Jackson. was to his friend the body that Washington Boston In, the 1900 famed by Booker founder T.of i: ('-/ ; No Filter Needed! :;

: This convention claims 4,550,000 Tuskeegee Institute in Alabama, ,
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members and churches. has
25,000 a membership of 30,000 Negro

businessmen in 33 states. The ':,.' IT'S THE ALL NEW :
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MAN ADMITSMURDER r Housewives' League, a consumer .
"'3'd t: : ;
COMMITTED organization, was founded in 1930 .
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LONG AGO.PENSACOLA In Detroit i: -" 'f(.cs .:/
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Dr. Patterson, a former presi. <<< i :: allporcelainautomatic '" .N

A construction dent of Tuskegee Institute and :;ct ) Y :.' :::.

worker: admitted Wednesday the now executive director of the ;: ; .. ., washer ft
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slaying of .a man at a baseball Phelps-Stokes-: Fund of New York .-' "- __ : .

game in Selma, Alabama 35 City, called for a strengthening 1" ,' : ... y II
years ago officers reported. of the Business League as'an -( .
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Charley Cheese,Negro deputy, instrument to help achieve full ;.: ;. :: FEATlJlUNGD: E r IJA' t. :i" '

__I said Dawson Watts, 55, Pensacola citizenship rights for Negroes .. O'V E ::3 o DIN. SE : .' :

.. construction worker, made an oral A strongly organized league he .' -: :" I .:: .. \\ fi. "VI :{
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asserted
will have the ... ,
statement in which he admitted financial ;" ,
shooting Johnny Martin to death and human resources to becomea ,:wY. 't$ ; ;- ',.' "

__ July 4, 1922, after an argumentover potent influence affcctng the ,. .j

a woman. economic resources of Negroesand ......-......-
buttressing the
Cheese quoted Watts as saying efforts of (]a: ::1. '" : ;
the .
.,..he fled Selma after the slaying and membership to conduct sound "" 1-'.. j ",

., and worked In coal mines and on successful business enterpri- -
"More than this : S
..farms in Kentucky and ,Alabama.He the league pre. ... S M '
_ had been living in Pensacola sideat declared the NBL san
and should be
since January under the name of the national or. :: ''
zation with th : +
_ Carthorne Foster strength of memanization 'S : :-
? with the sjrengthganitership > .

and the
:' COP IS CHARGED itself; felt as the concern'foe' of to make ,
__i every ai'l.:i '
WITH GUARDING form of discrimination which denies s 1.r 9> : : p pY..v

A GAMBLING GAME full economic .
opportunity to : ;;?C?;; iiii-y:1'y.: :
the Negro people I believe It is ;
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WELAKA Ed Smith, who is only as we employ the larger pos. {

employed as a part-time marshallfor silibities of the leafgue that we

the Negro section and as a shall make, as rapidly as possiblethe ..,
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tractor additionalu gains seek." ..
operator for the town was we i. si'

accused of guarding a crap game Further, Dr Patterson expressed $*fVr, 0' fvi ayDlrw; -
A + 1r.
at a gambling house while he the belief that the National J.XvA'w! -* s r- i

was on police duty by Council Busienss League should work for

'I man Oscar H, Morris. which is willing to forsaake partya

Morris charged that about strong and independent vote piv '.
strategy of significance to the ,
months
seven
ago Smith had .
loyalties at the local level in .::..:.;,
guarded a gambling game in
behalf of national Issues and .
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which several men were involved .,....;
'He said he to Putnam Negro people as a whole.
appealed 1 t;
County Sheriff E. Walton Pellicertd The Negro has always sought 1! '

investigate and that later the full integration as an American L : '

sheriff told ||& he had watched citizen. But when Montgomery, ''S

the'. eged gambling house one Alabama, insisted that race must .

night 'tad observed Smith at the play a dominant and discriminatory "r-t \ ,

door twice with a flashlight, look role, Negroes met and licked .
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its terms.
ing around opposition on own S'S
behalf of the .
The councilman said that after Speaking on
Housewives' of which she
he League
originally made the charge
Is president, Mrs. Jesse D. Lockerof .'
Mayor C. J. Folsom had rehired

Smith over his protest and he Cincinnati told the delegatesthat : '
ask Negroes must be prepared to
was going to Governor Leroy
Collins to investigate the situa take advantage 0 f increasing : .;A':-' S. ,
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tion. opportunities. "Education," she ___ '
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said, "Is the key. We must keep ; f I ( G,:rYf i

J'_ abreast of the trends in national .'CS, .
and world trade. We must be upon q :

: new methods and techniques In ) I i
; .,:; ATTENTION: business promotion If we expectto Ij j t

-.'.' exert any influence as a groupin Wond-R-Dial controlled washing action with Deep

-' _, Church Reporters economic affairs. To this end, : Overflow Rinsing FLOATS'AWAY UST I SAND, SUDS! I I

:;i: Club Reporters we need to harness our vast, potentialities :
and SOIL.. FULLY: AUTOMATIC LLYJ :This; \m+ i
i Socialites and capabilities. '. (
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-...,. Mrs. Locker, who returned from derful ALL PORCELAIN machine, built especially foe : .:

:J '. f Honda climate fills washes rinses end f !;
lend) or Bring Your News < ,, ; our : ( spinti ,
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;'I In To TheFLORIDA CITY COMMISSION xc. .. : :- : AH Completely utomatic lly. See It at any of th r .,

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DAYTONA BEACH The way --.
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t has been cleared for the construction : ;;' 12 :: :;:;=
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of the $1.676.100 housing project '!i .
Note: The earlier the better. : -J .. rz; "
near Orange Avenue on the : PRICE .
a Notices brought la Monday nod
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J approval city with
will better -
Tuesday get position
T,'. "\ ,,' TAKE 24 MONTHS TO PAY OR BUY ON '
: and better headlines. The project will consist of 65 ,
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duplex units and administration ..'t McDUFF'S NO CARRYING I CHARGE PLAN :
offices as announced by the City .- j
Housing Authority, the sponsorsof 'CoapMe riJ 1ec Otter 'Make Watfen 5&fe* for 5300, .:t_ .1.1.u

.:,-j': 2-OFFICES-2 the project. ._ -" _...:!!.4
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Main Office & Plant Commissioner
with
the permits only

? <.. 2323 MONCRIEF RD Ralph Richards dissenting ,
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Near 13th Street dispute on the matter. Richards, 0;: -t.. .

or however indicated he may take t. ;

the case to court as a private ... ..
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: Putnam County NewsBY I r I DRESSING RIGHT FOR COLLEGE ---r J Jrw 'JUDGE MYLES PAIGE IS ELECTED JACKSON DAY 11



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,, 608'Madison
Street Palatka. Florida
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LOS ANGELES Phi : In annual
Alpha Alpha Fraternity session -

Phone East 5-3025 .. here culminated Its fifty-first year by electing Judge Myles A. ALLEN CHAPEL

". '.." .,... Paige of New York its General President., Judge Paige, in his second .
"I. bid for the office, defeated Walter H. Williams of Jackson
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Week : / :
A Thought For,The .' .
"' ;':. ,.. Mississippi, and Byron Rumford of Berkeley California Frank L.
will
Jackson be
"Lying is a certain mark of cowardice" Southern Bayard Day
Stanley, retiring General President of Louisville, Kentucky, did not' observed September 22 in the
Mrs. Lovie Austin of West I seek re-election.
New Allen AME Church
:Mrs. Carene Ellis left,last.Mon. Chapel
Palm Beach, was a very'pleasant
Reaffirming its support of the with Mrs. Julia Hartley in charge.
visitor In Palatka over the Labor day for Cleveland, Ohio where
NAACP Alpha Phi Alpha awarded -
The services will begin with the
she will visit of her old
one
Day weekend. She was accompanied Stark
five life memberships to its morning worship at 11 o'clock.
friends :
Mrs. Jones.
by her son and daughter living founders: Henry A. Callas Dinners will be served from 1 to

inJaw.: Usher Board No. 3 of Calvary George B. Kelley, and NathanielA. DeliveriesWillie 2 p. m. at the church.

Baptist Church will sponsor a r Murray, and to James E. Huger Chairmen and members of'the

The many ;friends of Miss program at Calvary Sunday:morn- .. and Frank L. Stanley. Roy various committees are: Mrs. Lola

Sophie Mae Vreen will be gladto ing in honor of :Mrs. Rosa K. t r f Kf Wilkins, ,principal speaker of the and Edith Patterson 735 Joyner, program committee; Mrs.

know that she is convalescing Ragsdale. The public is cordially convention's public meeting presented W. Church St. Aug. 13-57. Girl. 'Margie Ann Redd, general chairman .

In her home after being ill for invited to attend. A J ..,, the life certificates. Mr Ozzle and Lucille Williams, 1920 ; Mrs. J. Hartley cochairman .

several weeks. Wilkins was the recipient of the Broadway St. Aug. 957. GirL ; Mrs. Marie Fulton, flower

Rev. L. D. Green, Rev. Earnest' ., Alpha Medal of Honor for distinguished Will and Lelia Degraffernad. committee; Mrs Rosa. Roundtree )

Mr. Josh Hutcherson of White Brown, Rev. J. W. Walker, Rev.. :Going off to college for the first time It an experience that produces service in the field of 1437 E. 24th St. Aug. 957. GirL co-chairman.
J. A. Wright, Rev. T. J. Alston mixed feelings of independence and uncertainty in any young human relations.
Plains, New York arrived in Pa Thomas and Ruby Burris, 734 Lookout committee. Julia Brink
fellow.! Naturally enough he wants to do well and he wants to have
latka Monday to attend the funeral and Miss Rosa Young left last the feeling ,that he "belongs" In his new surrounding Other featured convention Lafayette St. Aug. 9-57. Girl. ley, chairman; Theora James cochairman I

of his brother. He was accompanied Monday night for Louisville, Ky. An Important part of belongIng speakers were Dr. Felton G. Eddie and Idella Reed, 1056 W. ; help committee, Sam

by two of his friends where they will attend the National U being dressed right University men in the South Clark, president of Southern 21st St. St. Augustine, Aug. 5-57. Simms, chairman; Lewis Redd,
'wearing the clothes that fit in have adopted the new neater .
Carl James and .Press Bagley. Baptist Convention. with his new situation and his look in a big way. striving for a University; Bishop Frank Madison Girl. co-chairman; James Smith Charlie t

home away from home. smart yet sensible appearanceIn Reid of the A.M.E. Church; Frankie and Effie Robinson, Waring. Ernest Joyner, Talvin

Sirs. Mildred Robinson of Jacksonville For the most part reports the contrast to an almostsloppylook Attorney A T. Walden of Atlanta 2095 McQuade St. Aug. 857. Girl. Smith, A. Fulton, Alice Hudson,
the rule
that
VERSITEERSTO American Institute of Men'sand was Just a
awardedthe
Georgia, who was John and Betty Prince, 1135 A. Washington, and Lula Smith.
was the very pleasant Boys' Wear, Ivy styling has few short years ago.
house guest of her mother Mrs. climbed to unprecedented In the Southwest, where den. Alpha ,Award of.Honor for Community Court. Aug. 857. Boy.
heights on campuses across the im riders and frontier pant his many years of leadership; Elisha and Sadie Young, 1894
last week.
Lovie Bryant APPEARIN .country and the Ivy tradition were the rage, most student Oliver W. Higgins and Founder '
which got its start at collegesin have switched to the Ivy-typo W. 5th St. Aug. 7-57. Girl. MISSIONARIESPLANS

Mrs. Thelma Carson and her the Northeast is now securely duds of their Eastern cousins. George B. Kelley. Hamilton and Geraldine Glover,
anchored to halls of From walk shorts to formal Social activities included many
learning .
mother :Mrs. Ola Rawlings were RECITALThe 802 E. Union St, Aug. 12:7. Girl.
from coast to coast. wear, there is little to distin beach parties, golf tournament,
MEETING
visitors in Gainesville 'last Tues Though subtle differences guish the clothes of. the Mid. to Disneyland and Holly Willie and Gloria Stephens,
day. exist in university clothes in the western college man from thosein trips 1438 E. 20th St. Aug. 11-57. Girl. '
various sections of the nation, the EastOn wood. The top affair was the Willie and Elizabeth Smith 544
Versiteers singers, a female the university men pictured here the West Coast, climate Coronation Ball at the spaciousand FOR ST. JOHNOrange
accounts for variation in E: Union St. Aug. 1457. Girl.
Funeral services were held for gospel singing group will are dressed right in this assort- some beautiful Hollywood Palla
ment of Ivy-type campus favor- 'the type of clothes worn on col. James and Earlene Brown, 514
Mr. Henry Hutcherson last Sunday appear in a recital on Sunday at Ites. Note the slim-legged lege campuses, but the Ivy in. dium. The closed banquet and Shutters Ave., Jax Beach. Aug. I

The deceased passed away 8:30 p. m. in the auditorium of pleatless slacks the button- fluence has finally made the dance attracted over 1,200 Alpas U Girl.Sylvester
1. .
last Saturday after being stricken the First ,Born Temple, 825 Monroe down collar shirts and the transcontinental migration to and their guests. The next general Park The Women'sMissionary
i Street. striped sports Jackets. Favorite the shores of the Pacific. One set for December and Margaret Mapp, I Society of St. Johns ;
with a heart attack. He was a shoes Include plain toe bluchers, basic difference is the Inclusionof convention was !
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1220
Logan St. Girl. Aug. 1457. Baptist Church, will meet Wednesday
building constructor. The popular singing group is moccasins and wing tips. swimwear In the basic wardrobe 1958, at either Richmondor
well known for its rendition of In the Northeast section of of college men in this area Philadelphia. Fred and Warneice Roberts, at 7:30 p. m. in the

gospel songs and has appearedin the country, while a few differ until well Into November. 2315 E. 15th St. Aug. 14-57.: Boy. church auditorium.

Mrs. Mamie (Honey) Lewis re. various churches of the ences do exist, the choices of Dressing right for any college, Willie and Veresta Johnson, Choir No. 1 of the church will
city, suits shirts U.S.A., doesn't mean dressing
slacks coats ,
turned to Palatka, last Wednesday sports MAGNOLIA GARDEN 1319 W. 26th St. Aug. 1457.: Girl. observe its 28th anniversary Monday
throughout the state and Qeorgia. and ties are much the same expensively. It does mean pos-
from New York City where The group will feature the from campus to campus. Here, sessing a balanced wardrobe CLUBIS Charles and Emma, 819 Frank. night in the church auditor

'he visited relatives and friends. latest in as in many other sections, high appropriate for all campus occasions TEEN-AGE lin St. Aug. 12- 1. Girl. ium. Various choirs of the city
gospel songs. to that added
schoolers fast to'adopt the provide
She was accompanied to Palatkaby Selections to be heard are: fashion standards are of their col. feeling of social comfort and ORGANIZEDThe James and Arlene Burks, Route and Green Cove Springs will par.

little Blllie Moore who is the "Glory Glory Hallelujah", "ComeOn lege-age brothers. 5, Box 547. Aug. 10-57. Boy. ticlpate on the program.

God son of Mrs. Carrie lUcks. Jesus". "Soldiers In The Fred and Kay Buckman, Sr., The Sunday School will celebrate -
Magnolia Gardens TeenageClub I
Army", "Packing Up", "I Want confidence.WOBS was recently organized 152 Spearing St. Aug. 10-57. Boy. its anniversary on Sunday,

Dr. J. A. Long returned to To Be More Like .J SUJI.', "Won SEWING MACHINES under the sponsorship of St. Paul Anthony and Bessie Jenkins, September 15 at 3 p. m., in the

Palatka, Sunday from New York derful", '"I.ve' t Got Jesus", and WASHING MACHINES Lutheran Church. 241 Copeland St Aug. 9-57. Girl. church auditorium.

City after a very pleasant vaca "That's Enough", and many other Sales and Service-Since 1915 PROGRAM SCHEDULE The purpose of the club or- Henry and .Mary, 1414: Prelice

tion. He also attended the National popular ones. 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 ganized is to provide wholesome St. Aug. 957.: Boy. YOUTH PROGRAMSET

Medical Association, which I The program is being sponsored BUYSELLRENTREPAIRHAMWEY I MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE recreation under Christian influence Jame sand Gladys Sermons, 623

was held in Cleveland, Ohio. The by Mrs. Ada Roberts, who has BROS. 6:006:02 Sign On for the teen-agers in the Dewdrop St. Aug. 4-57.: Girl. FOR WAYCROSS
I
popular medic resumed, his practice extended invitations to the pub. 6:026:05 News &: Weather
6:057:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon Magnolia-Floradale section.
on Monday. lic to attend. Grace) Officers of the club are: Samuel Waycross, Ga. The senior

7:007:03 News &: Weather Harris, president; Resella CONGRESSMANBENNETT choir of St. John Baptist Church
"Renew Thy Strength 1:93- 8:00 Morning Capers (Bob
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Like the Eagle" Hudson) Bowden, vice-president; Jean Evelyn located on Oak Street, will spon.

MASTER 8:008:03 News &: Weather Moore, secretary; Alice Holmes sor a youth night program on

BY DIVINE YOUR METAPHYSICS PROBLEMS 8439:00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob financial secretary; Willie OPENS Sunday, September 8 at 8 p. m.

LOW PRICESOn ':00- 9:03 News &: Weather Harris, chaplain and Ernest in the main auditorium of the
3 Questions Answered. Send $1
9:03.10:00 Jumpln' Show (Johnny: Wells, treasurer. church.
with Birthdate. Shaw) OFFICE IN
Your WILLIAM II FELTON, Ps.D. 10:00-10:03 News &: Weather lAXi Serving as master of ceremon.
2473 Seventh Avenue 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon i ies for the program will be Evan.
Grace) News & Weather gelist R. C. Lambert.
8:008:03 :
: DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade New York 30, N. Y. 11:00-11:03 News &: Weather 8:039:00 Morning Capers (Bob Congressman Charles E. Ben-
will be the Golden
Special
11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon Hudson) : guest
nett announced today that he will
Grace)
9:009:03 News & Weather Voices Gospel Singers.
12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne 9:03-10:00 ampin Show (Johnny open his district office on Sep.
With Your Daniels) Shaw) Others to appear will includethe
Neighborhood Drug Store 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) 10:010:03 News & Weather tember 3, 1957. The office will be Jubilees Gates
1U1:00 Noontime Tunetime : 10:03.11:00 Gospel Train >o. 1 (Yvonne located in Room 415, Jacksonville Singing Pearly
(Yvonne Daniels) Daniels) and the Holy Land Gospel Echoes.
We' Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn 1:001:1: News &: Weather 11:00.11:03 News.& Weather Federal Building, and office hours
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon 11:03.12:00 Gospel Train Iso. 1 Yvonne
( will be from 9:00: a. m. to 5:00p.
Grace) -
Your Local PaperWOOD'S EASE AND CONVENIENCE 2:002:03 News &: Weather 12:00-12:05 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne m., on week days, and from POLITICS AS USUAL
2:033:00 Gospel Train No.2 (Deacon
Grace) 12:05.12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels) 9:99 a. m. to 12:00 noon on (Continued from Page 2)
3:003:03 News &: Weather Noontime Tunetime
DIXIE PHARMACY GilletteSuperSpeed 3:034:00 Jumpln' Show (Johnny: 12:151:00 (Yvonne Daniels) Saturdays.
Shaw) 1:001:03 News & Weather Later during his stay In the The firms which have agreedto
4:004:03 News &: Weather 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne
1302 KINGS. ROAD ot MYRTLE AVENUE RAZO R 4:035:00 ampin' Show (Johnny: Daniels) district, he will hold office hoursin cooperate with the Committeeby
Shaw) 2:002.03 News & Weather all other Post Offices in the
'PHONES' EL 3-5597.98 use of the Equal Job Opportunity
5.M5:03 News & Weather'' 2:033:00 Saturday: Session (Johnny:
We 'D Ur.r W. All fill All Doctor..Pnscrlptloas WITH BLUE BLADEDISPENSER '-.,,, 5335:45 Jompln' Show (Johnny Shaw) Second Congressional District at emblem include American
AND Shaw) 3:003:03 News &: Weather times -to be announced later.
+ Bosch Anna Corporation, Boeing
PAY :.YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TYItBJF CASEIO.O SATURDAY SCHEDULE 3:034:00 Saturday: Session (Johnny
TELEPHONE 30632 Sign On Shaw) Assisting Congressman Bennett Airplane Company, The Budd
6:02635 News &: Weather 4:004:03 News & Weather in the Jacksonville office will be .
Company Bulova Watch Company
BILLS AT OUR
STORE
6:05730 Heaven's Road 4:035:00 Saturday: Session (Johnny:
I 7:00733 News &: Weather Shaw) J. 'V. Norman, Mrs. Jeannette Collins Radio Company,
Bob
7338:00 Morning Capers (
5:00543 News & Weather Sowers Miss Arden Milam, and Emerson
Hudson) 5:035:45 Saturday: Session (Johnny Daystrom, Incorporated,
Shaw) Miss Carol Goodhue. Electric Manufacturing Company,
SUNDAY SCHEDULE
1:006.02 Sign On Congressman Bennett's office in General Precision Laboratory,

:02- C35 News ft Weather Washington will remain open at Inc., McDonnell Aircraft Corporation .

I t four: 'Neighborhood Shopping :Guide C.- 5- 7:0 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon the same time during the ad- )Mineapolis-Honeywell Regulator .

: 7:007:03 News & Weather ournment of 'Congress. Company, Motorola, Incor

7:037:30 Heaven's Road (Deacon The Congressman's office in porated. New York Shipbuilding
Grace)
7:308:00 Latlmore Gospel Sinter Jacksonville will open on Sep. Corporation, Norden-Ketay Corp

(Lave Gospel Singing) tember 3 in, the Jacksonville Post oration, North American Aviation ;

Trade :;Near Where You Live Best Bargains Courteous Treatment 1:001:30 Healing Roberts)Waters (Oral Office Building, but in view of Inc., Otis Elevator Company,

Eunice Riley: ) the late adjournment of Congress, Philco Corporation, Polaroid Corporation -
I=-- 40 lax Revival Center Rev. ..4
Bennett is not expected of
Congressman Radio Corporation

Trade With Firms That Cooperate With The Community liat-1130.:10-11:00'Bishop Heaven S.Fire C, Johnson Gospel Stagers to be present at his office America,, Sylvania Electric, Prod. .

(Live Gospel Singing) In Jacksonville until the morning ucts. Inc., and United States Time

10Uf-10:45 Temple Herbert)of God (Rev. W. B. of September 6. Corporation. ,

10:45-1140 Heaven's Road (Deacon I
Grace,

BARBECUESINGLETON'S The Best in Jax 1140-1143 11:03-12:00 News Heaven's Grace)* Weather Road (Deacon LILLY'S DRUG STORE I


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Liberia to preside at sessions of the future of the League. in business.' .c BAPTIST even mote
BODY "
Integration I the convention cited the courageof The small business man is in "tight", he asserted, small business rapid social ,changes. I think that, Geroge O. Butler rapidly.

the Liberians in building the danger of being caught in an unlike the big corporation, among a great many other things director of the President's educational

PICKS country in the face at great ob. "economic -squeeze" between the is cut off from good credit today, we as Negroes in business on Government Committee -

JACKSON Needs tics. She is the widow of the demands of organized labor and sources and "driven to loans at .:are merely experiencing the full presided over the Contracts
paneL
Strengthth United States Ambassador to the difficulty of getting adequate exorbitant interest." impact of the over-all pressure, other panels were Leading
Mrs.
c < West Afrcan )Republic. credit in a "hard dollar era". Edward Davis ,vice-president the uncertainties, the economic Kent Valentine Geneva
FOR PRESIDENTLOUISVILLE real estate
Business sessions of the convention Clarence Robinson,secretary.coun. opera.
Business Told a large auto sales company in squeezes that small business men tor of Washington D.
C.
devoted to discussions sel of the Wilkoff Steel Fabricating and J.
were panel
Detroit, warned "of the unrest everywhere are experiencing, and B. Blayton, head of various .
of careers in business Company .f Youngstown currently facing business enterPrises business
which
well
BOSTON-The Negro In Ameri social political, as as enterprises In Atlanta Geor
Ky.During a capital formation, and planning Ohio said in the panel on careers in the world, in the fate economic changes have helped to gia.
stormy session at the National ca can advance to full Integration
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Baptist Convention, U. S. A. Inc. only from a position of strength, ,

Dr. Joseph H. Jackson of Chicago Dr. Frederick D. Patterson president __..'. '.... .......'' .t,1o.- ,.."i"l._':"...T"f'_.._".,,....,...,.:'.. .:...,.-.3.-':'''. :!...':.''.:..;-'.._ ...:d.h. _.l:. .
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for.was the re-elected, fifth consecutive to the presidency time. of the National Business ', w.... ." ,-..-" '_, ,...000-: $' :; .<.f.' .;,.; ."", ;.. ......-..,...,:'l.-', t::' 1.dJ.w-,. If s JUniMFree '.. '.
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League declared In an address before ,4, .9 l :: .. ": .. ;
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Dr. T. ,
W. Chambers, pastor of : ; ,.'.. .,Y" .. 10 ,, ,
the joint conventions of the '".., :-- .or.( .... ...jf.t
Second? Baptist Church of Los : .:' :1 ....
Angeles was also a candidate far league which he heads and the 'l .,. 7 .4*; ,f.4 tIa.;;:.t.t J( 'tt

the office that carries a $12.000 National Houstwives' League of t r JA t If s .. Sand-Free .'.

allowance far office operation America which closed last week. *,:*, :,, i7

plus an expense account, and honorariums .i "All important ra.cIaJ. religiousand .. ., ";. ,. "" ;''"-IrJo.; ......._ '$1.. :'. r \; ,.?. ...-0. "!.,.. -. l.-.
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from various churches,I nationality groups 1 in this ,., ,' ': t

but was defeated when the Rev. country>< ," Patterson :said, "move It's' 'J

T. S. Harten of Brooklyn grabbed into the mainstream of American. ''p ; All Porcela I

the microphone and yelled, "I life from. a ,strong background of ; ; ,

+d move we suspend the rules and united effort. This Is the Negro's i '

elect Jackson president by ac.! oPPOrtunity and challenge today. '' 1 '

-',followed clamation.and A Jackson roar of approval was re- We are integrated no less for American having and coope noless i wj' inside and outT1! : .:; ir

elected. rated as a to work for bn
group or I : 1
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HtSSCZSDSSSSSSSJSSS: ;fi
Governor'A. B. Chandler was in to preserve advantages that cane .. .

attendance and posed on the rostrum > ,secured no pther way," fr. :

with Dr. Jackson and ac The Business League, founded % .i

I Jackson knowledged was to his the friend.body that Washington In Boston in, the 1900 famed by Booker founder T.of .. : / No Filter Needed!!; '

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This convention claims 4.550,000 Tuskeegee Institute In Alabama, ,
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members and 25,000 churches. has a membership of 30,000 Negro

4t businessmen in 33 states. Theousewives' : : IT'S THE:', ALL NEW ,
: H : L .
MAN ADMITS League a consumer i
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organization, was :J
founded
MURDER COMMITTED in 1930 ..-
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In Detroit. ."MIII ..' .
LONG AGOPENSACOLA '
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Dr. Patterson __ allporcelainautomatic
a former president .' I"I!;" : : "
A construction, of Tuskegee Institute and '" I." .

worker admitted Wednesday theslayin'g now executive director of the r. : : % washer' .:

of ,a man at a baseball "helps-Stokes' Fund of New York : ,: .\ : ,
game in Selma, Alabama, 35 City, called for a strengthening ; y '. 01..

.years ago, officers reported. of the Business League as an -
Charley Cheese Negro deputy, mstrument i to help achieve full F : '
:
FEATURING D2EPii
said Dawson Watts, 55, Pensacola A citizenship rights for Negroes. : OVER l O'R': : INSE ':.

1 construction worker, made an oral strongly organized league he 'f- ;'\!

.statement in which he admittedshooting asserted, will have the financial -1 '.1 ;:. t
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and
Johnny Martin to death human resources to become i 1 r.le, ';

July 4, 1922, after an argumentover a potent influence affectng the '. t; "

a woman. economic resources of Negroes ... .
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buttressing
Cheese Watts as the efforts of P
quoted ,
.he fled Selma after the slayingand saying the membership to conduct sound ...( t.J. ;., ...f." '', ::..l' ; _\

and successful ,
worked in coal mines and on business enterpri- 'Mo1

farms in Kentucky and ,Alabama. More than this," the league pre. .....
E He had been living in Pensacola side t declared, the NBL San .,-;.; -.
and should, be the
since January under the name of national or- t
Carthome Foster. zation with th strength of mem. ,' ..

ranization with the sirengthgani- '.'(',; AI,1wY, ,.{: AWM t tL

bership and the concern. to make ,\
COP IS CHARGED itself' felt .. ,....,.
as the.toe' of every : ..j.. iF .
J WITH GUARDINGril rm of discrimination which des e ':' wMF r1k'r :
A full economic opportunity to ).Yir:::

a the Negro people. I believe it is i,':j}: Sn .

i WELAKA Ed Smith, who is only as we employ the larger pos- :{}:S'w:'!' ,'I54....:: }}:i'i":{.: .....:
employed as a part-time marshallfor silibities of the leafgue that we
the Negro section and as a shall make, as rapidly as possiblethe :!SLL. LfaA Y..r. ..r. ..;. a..A'.' .r:

tractor operator for the town was additionalu gains we seek. ;'

accused of guarding a crap game Further Dr. Patterson expressed
at a gambling house while he the belief that the National --li :-t.: .' .
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was on police duty by Councilman Busienss League should work for
Oscar H. Morris. which is willing to fcrrsaake partya

I Morris charged that about strong and independent vote
strategy of significance to theloyalties
seven months ago Smith had
at the local level in
guarded a gambling game in
behalf of national issues and
which several
men were Involved
Negro people as a whole.
He said he appealed to Putnam
County Sheriff E. Walton Pellicer "The Negro has always sought

to investigate and that later the full integration as an American

sheriff told '_ he had watched citizen. But when Montgomery, ., .

the alleged gambling house one Alabama, insisted that race must -" -
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night and observed Smith at the play a dominant and discriminatory r7 \ .

door twice with a flashlight, looking ] role, Negroes met and licked -1 ) 1,
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around. the opposition on its own terms." i4\

The councilman said that after'he Speaking on behalf of the !
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Housewives' League of which she 1
originally made the charge, : "' ::1: .
Mayor C. J. Folsom had rehiredof is president, Mrs. Jesse D. Locker '. : 'a'J

Smith over his protest I Cincinnati told the delegatesthat .'. J
ask Governor Negroes must be prepared to CC"C C y '"
was going to Leroy %, ;" r'}r '
I Collins to investigate the situ take advantage 0 f increasing ax c ,c cp r .

tion. opportunities. "Education," she ... tg
+ ;;};R i, C,:!i; Ar ww
C said, "is the key. We must keep ,.?.. r
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abreast of the trends in national ,
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and world trade. We must be upon .,
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t .
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new methods and techniques In
;;:ATTENTION business promotion if we expectto

exert any influence as a group : Wond-R-Dial controlled washing action with Deeps. --:

.-. \ Church Reporters in economic affairs. To this end, Overflow Rinsing FLOATS 'AWAY U&T ?AND, OS.r" ;
Club Reporters I.
we need to harness our vast potentialities
and SOIL FULLY AUTOTIGMlYJ This J
Socialites and capabilities. .44Y ? worn
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Mrs. Locker, who returned from derful! ALL I PORCELAIN machine, built peclall/ foR tI ,

.< Your News -- I Florida climate fills washes rinses ana! dries : c"
}end or Bring our : ,. spin .

In To TheFLORIDA CITY COMMISSION z .. .., .. ..r,.- All Completely \utomati ally. See It at any of the_ :

APPROVES PROJECTIN 3 seven McDfuff[ Stores TODAY: .,' ---

1 -' STARNot DAYTONA BEACH i \

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Later Than
DAYTONA BEACH The I ...
way
: WEDNESDAY Y NOON i 1tt.-, ;z ... ,,..;
i has been cleared for the construe ; ; '" t 0 7 12 1 ..". '---:
McDUFFS
Note: The earlier the better Lion of the 1,676,100 housing project 1 _

Notices brought la Monday and'Tuesday near Orange Avenue on the PRICE :

will get better posltioaand approval of the city commLssi on. : with trade
.' better headlines. The project will consist of 65 TAKE 24 MONTHS TO PAY -OR BUY ONMcDUFF'S : .

.. duplex units and administration ; .
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.,,,,'' NO CARRYING CHARGE PLAN
offices as announced by the City \
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Housing Authority, the sponsors "Coaspare witfa i Otter 'Maka W fen -s for' 00: ,
/ 2 OFFICES 2 i it'
".,...;. of the project. .

Main Office & Plant The vote to lift the ban on issuing :

the permits with only Commissioner .

J.i.2323 MONCRIEF RD Ralph Richards dissenting -

', S apparently ended a six-month
Near 13th Street
dispute on the matter. Ri chardstake,

'- however indicated he may
e the case to court as a private !
e
citizen.
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Downtown Office:
agreed to set back the units 210! ..
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'L :Putnam County News I I DRESSING RIGHT FOR COLLEGE -I I.r. JUDGE MYLES PAIGE IS ELECTED JACKSON DAY )

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,.;._ .. ...- 608-Madison Street. Palatka. Florida I
ANGELES Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity in annual session
,. Phone East 5.3025
here culminated its fifty-first year by electing Judge Myles A. ALLEN CHAPELBayard

:,. :; W t' Paige of New York its General President.. Judge Paige, in his second .
bid for the office defeated Walter H. Williams of Jackson
< A Thought For.The Week \- 7: ,1 ,
"Lying is a certain mark of cowardice". Southern '" Mississippi, and Byron Rumford of Berkeley California. Frank L. Jackson Day 'will be

E Stanley, retiring General President of Louisville, Kentucky, did not observed September 22 in the
Bin. Lovie Austin T of West seek re-election.
Palm Beach, was a very'pleasant :Mrs: Corene Ellis left last.Monday New Allen Chapel AME Church
i Reaffirming its support of the
iJ with Mrs. Julia Hartley in charge.
for Cleveland, Ohio where
visitor In Palatka over the Labor
she will visit one of her old e NAACP Alpha Phi Alpha award. The services will begin with the
Day weekend She was accompanied ed Stork
five life memberships to its
morning worship at 11 o'clock.
friends Mrs. Jones
by her son and daughter
living founders: Henry A. Callas
Dinners will be served from 1 to

Jn-law. Usher Board No. 3 of Calvary George B. Kelley and NathanielA. Deliveries 2 p. m. at the church.

Baptist Church will sponsor a Murray, and to James E. Hu. Chairmen and members of the

The many friends of Miss program at Calvary Sunday.morning f 11 s / .xy ger and Frank L. Stanley. Roy various committees are: Mrs. Lola

Sophie Mae Vreen will be gladto in honor of Mrs. Rosa K. oy 6y a'w ;s are: Wilkins, principal speaker of the Willie and Edith Patterson. 735 Joyner, program committee; Mrs.

know that she is convalescingIn Ragsdale. The public is cordially convention's public meeting, presented W. Church St. Aug. 13J7. GirL Margie Ann Redd, general chair.

her home after being ill for invited to attend. i k the life certificates. Mr Ozzie and Lucille Williams. 1920 man; Mrs. J. Hartley co-chair

;several weeks. .,.S.' 4-. .(. ,e Wilkins was the recipient of the Broadway St. Aug. 9-57. GirL man; Mrs. Marie Fulton flower

Rev. L. D. Green, Rev. Earnest ; : Alpha Medal of Honor for distinguished Will and Lola Degraffernad. committee; Mrs Rosa Roundtree,

i Mr. Josh Hutcherson of White Brown, Rev. J. W. Walker, 'Rev.. Going off to college for the first time Is an experience that produces service in the field of 1437 E. 24th St. Aug. 957. GirL co-chairman.
J. A. Wright, Rev. T. J. Alston mixed feelings of independence and uncertainty in any young human relations.
Plains New York arrived in Pa- Thomas and Brink.
734 Lookout Julia
Ruby Burris committee
ftllow. Naturally enough he wants to do well and he wants to have
latka Monday to attend the funeral and Bliss Rosa Young left last the feeling ,that, he :"belongs" in his new surrounding Other featured convention Lafayette St. Aug. 9-57. Girl. ley, chairman; Theora James cochairman -

of his brother. He was accompanied Monday night for Louisville, Ky. An important part of belonging speakers were Dr. Felton G. Eddie and Idella Reed. 1056 W. ; help committee Sam
where they will attend the National is being dressed right University men in the South of Southern
by two of his friends Clark, president 21st St. St. Augustine. Aug. 5-57. Simms, chairman; Lewis Redd,
have the nea.terlook
wearing the clothes that fit in adopted new
Carl James and ,Press Bagley. Baptist Convention University; Bishop Frank Madi. Girl. co-chairman James Smith Charlie ,
with his new situation and his in a big way, striving for a ; ,
home away from home. smart yet sensible appearancein son Reid of the A.M.E. Church; Frankie and Effie Robinson, Waring Ernest Joyner Talvin
For the most reports the contrast to an almostsloppylook T. Walden of Atlanta
part A.
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Airs Mildred Robinson of Jack- Attorney 2095 McQuade St. Aug. 8-57. Girl. Smith, A. Fulton Alice Hudson,
that the rule
VERSITEERSTO American Institute of Men'sand was just a awarded
vonvQle was the very pleasant Boys' Wear, Ivy styling has few short years ago. Georgia, who was John and Betty Prince, 1135 A. Washington, and Lola Smith.

house guest of her mother Mrs. climbed to unprecedented In the Southwest, where den the Alpha ,Award of.Honor for Community Court. Aug. 857. Boy.
heights on across the im riders and frontier pants his of leadership;
campuses many years
Lovie Bryant last week. Elisha and Sadie Young, 1894
APPEARIN country and the Ivy tradition were the rage most student and Founder
Oliver W. Higgins I
I which got its start at collegesin have switched to the Ivy-tjrpe \V. 5th St. Aug. 7-57. Girl. MISSIONARIESPLANS

Mrs Thelma Carson and her the Northeast is now securely duds of their Eastern cousins. George B. Kelley. Hamilton and Geraldine Glover,
anchored to halls of learning From walk shorts to formal. Social activities included many
mother Mrs. Ola Rawlings were RECITALThe 802 E. Union St. Aug. 1257. Girl.
from coast to coast. wear, there is little to distinguish beach parties, golf tournament,
visitors in Gainesville last Tues Though subtle differences the clothes of the Mid Willie and Gloria Stephens, MEETING
and Holly.
to
day. exist in university clothes in the western college man from thosein trips Disneyland 1438 E. 20th St. Aug. 11- 1. Girl.
various sections of the nation the East. wood. The top affair was the
Versiteers singers, a female the university men pictured here On the West Coast, climate Coronation Ball at the spaciousand Willie and Elizabeth Smith, 544
FOR ST. JOHNOrange
I Funeral services were held for gospel singing group will are dressed right in this assort. accounts for some variation in beautiful Hollywood Palla E. Union St. Aug. 1457. Girl.
ment of Ivy-type campus favor. the type of clothes worn on college James and Earlene Brown, :514
Mr. Henry Hutcherson last Sun appear In a recital on Sunday at dium. The closed banquet and
Ites. Note the slim-legged campuses but the Ivy influence Shutters Ave., Jax Beach. Aug.
i day. The deceased passed away 8:30 p. m. in the auditorium of pleatless slacks the button- has finally made the dance attracted over 1,200 Alpas 14 Girl.Sylvester
7. .
last Saturday after being stricken the First Born Temple, 825 Monroe down collar shirts and the transcontinental migration to and their guests. The next general Park The Women's
Street. striped sports jackets. Favorite the shores of the Pacific. One and Margaret Mapp, Missionary Society of St. Johns
December
set for
He
with a heart attack. was a shoes include toe bluchers, basic difference is the inclusionof convention was -
The popular singing group ,is plain Richmondor 1220 Logan St. Girl. Aug. 1457. Baptist Church, will meet Wednesday .
building constructor. moccasins and wing tips. swimwear in the basic ward 1958 at either
well known for its rendition of In the Northeast section of robe of college men In this area Philadelphia. Fred and Warneice Roberts, at 7:30: p. m. In the

E gospel songs and has appearedin the country, while a few differ- until well into November. I 2315 E. 15th St. Aug. 14-57. Boy I church auditorium.
3Irs. Mamie (Honey) Lewis returned various churches of the ences do exist, the choices of Dressing right for any college. Willie and Veresta Johnson, : Choir No. 1 of the church will
city, slacks, sports coats, suits shirts U.S.A., doesn't mean dressing
to Palatka la.stVednes. MAGNOLIA GARDEN 1319 W. 26th St. Aug. 1457. Girl observe its 28th Mon.
throughout the state and Qeorgia.The and ties are much the same expensively. It does mean pos anniversary
day from New York City where group will feature the from campus to campus. Here, sessing a balanced wardrobe Charles and Emma, 819 Frank. day night in the church auditor

she visited relatives and friends. latest in gospel songs. as in many other sections, high appropriate for all campus occasions TEEN-AGE CLUBIS lin St. Aug. 12-57. Girl. ium. Various choirs of the city
schoolers fast to' the to provide that added
are adopt
r She was accompanied to Palatka Selections to be heard are: fashion standards of their col. feeling of social comfort and ORGANIZED James and Arlene Burks Route and Green Cove Springs will par

i by little BUlle Moore who Is the "Glory Glory Hallelujah", "ComeOn lege-age brothers. confidence. 5, Box 547. Aug. 10-57. Boy. II ticipate on the program.

God son of Mrs Carrie Hicks Jesus". "Soldiers In The. Fred and Kay Buckman, Sr., The Sunday School will celebrate
The Magnolia Gardens TeenageClub I I
Army", "Packing Up", "I WantTo 152 Spearing St. Aug. 1057. Boy. its anniversary on Sunday,
was recently organized
SEWING MACHINES
Dr. J. A, Long returned to Be More Like Jesus", "Won WOBSPROGRAM Anthony and Bessie Jenkins, September 15 at 3 p. m., in the
WASHING aiACIHNES under the sponsorship of St. Paul
Palatka Sunday from New York derful", ?.vs. .Got Jesus", and Lutheran Church. 241 Copeland St Aug. 957. Girl. church auditorium.

"r City after a very pleasant vaca- "That's Enough", and many other Sales and Service Since 1915 SCHEDULE The purpose of the club organized Henry and Mary, 1414 Prelice
tion. He also attended the National popular ones. 20 BROAD ST. EL 4-7748 St. Aug. 957. Boy.
is to provide wholesome YOUTH PROGRAMSET
Medical! Association which The program is being sponsoredby BUYSELLRENTREPAIBHAMVEY MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE .. Jame sand Gladys Sermons, 623
recreation under Christian Influence
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I CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT IS NEAR C1AA PREDICTS >' T: the quit than Ku the play Klux league against Klan.(all Several white a Klan) rather teams supported MAGLIE UNABLETO



AS DIFFERENCES POINT TO ENDBy ROUGH SEASON FOOTBALL team. is about, to get PLAY IN THE

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p 4i4 started in the big way out at Edward

C. rAIUIAM JOHNSON : Waters College once again.
WORLD SERIESNEW
DURHAM, N. C. The 1957 With the coming of two new

NEW" YORK All indications are pointing toward the ironingout Football season will be the hottestin coaches it appears that the King

of all differences between Promoter James D. Norris. and Sugar the history of the 18-college Road school really means busi

Ray Robinson that have thrown a block in the way of the middleweight CIAA according to the opinionsof ness. Once upon a time Edward YORK Sal (The Bar-

championship bout between Robinson and Carmen Basilic at the members of the conferenceand Waters College was a power inj ber) Maglie. who was recently
Yankee.Stadium, September 23. the team winning the title football. Every once in a'while in 1 I
I the
bought by NeYork Yankees
The 50-year-old Norris, presi will have tough battle from the looking over the past ,one can see ,
dent of 'the International Boxing other members.. Y- : such stars as Eulene ,(Inky) from the Brooklyn Dodgers for '

Club was rushed to St. Clare's STANTON LOOMSAS Grid practice got underway Jones, the Armstrong brothers $25,000! and two unnamed minor

Hospital recently after suffering Sept. 11th, CIAA game slatedin I I' Frank Donaldson Big Jackson league plaers111 not be eligible

an attack of food poisoning. He four cities on the weekend of y Daniels Ralph (Red) Francis, to play in the World Series,

talk business with Sugar Ray CONTENDERThe Sept, 21. In 1956, the, race 'ended Lloyd (Rocky) Halsley. Edward should the Yankees win the pen.

had been, waiting, at the time to in a bitterly contested threewaytie (Rick) Austin. Wilts Alexander nant.

when he was stricken. with seven first division "Dean Blue" Everett and a host The Yankees attempted to close

Robinson's attorney Martin New Stanton High School : teams. k' k of others who will be mentioned the deal with the Dodgers last

said the whole situation might Blue Devils will open the 1957 The teams ending the seasonin later. Can EdvardVaters repeat Saturday Aug 31, since a player

have been solved before now if season with a well balanced team the first division were North I! > ? must be with a club on Aug. 31,
Norris hadn't suffered the attack. Carolina College 5 won, 0 tie Smooth Sailing Until We Meet in order to be eligible for World

"At this point the chances are despite the fact that many of and 2 loss; Delaware 5.0.1; MOT- ,, : :5 J Again. Series competition. The Dodgers
; ,
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the "< : .' ;r : : ,} >,4 .,
regulars were lost through gan, 5-0-1; Maryland, 51.1; St. > >:; < < : < N.:
good that the matter will be stalled intentionally because they
worked out," Machat said. "We I graduation which caused Coach Augustine's 511Bluefield; and 1936; OLYMPIC CHAMPIONS Tennessee State University was wanted to be sure they would not

i are making every effort to see if I James (Bubblin) Small and his Virginia Onion 4-3-0. .well represented in Melbourne Australia with the six persons shown GAVILAN IS RATED, have to face Maglie if they should

it can be." assistants quite a bit of concernin The other teams that will be who were members of the track team to represent the United Statesin SY NATIONAL BODY overtake Milwaukee.
ready are Elizabeth City, Hampton the
/Theater television of course finding replacements.Coach to underway Olympic Gams. Casey Stengel of the Yankees
is the big rub." Machat said. Small has guided the Fayetteville 21. Coaches Sam get Tyler ,Tom The top photo from left to right-Willie B. White Greenwood, MILWAUKEE Kid Gavilan,' said: "We are very proud to hae1Iaglie
"But the fact that theater net. Sept. lisa, silver medalist who placed second in broad jump; Mae Faggs even if he can't pitch in
destinies of the Blue Devils Harris, Benjamine (Big Ben) former world welterweight champion
work television has upped its Bayside, N. Y., first woman to compete in three consecutive Olympics the World Series but he will be a
- through many strenuous campaigns Whaley, William (Dr. Gus) ; Margaret Matthews Atlanta Ga. and the man the fight world
,
4 offer indicates we might be able Herman Riddick and mighty big help to the club from
to get together. Robinson, is Interested had his charges up and Gaines Jefferson predict a very Bottom photo left to right Wilma Rudolph Clarksville Tenn., has tabbed as finished has here on in." Stengel said further

in how many dollars he in action before the regular Harry Lacinda Williams, Bloomingdale Ga., Isabella Daniels Jakin, Ga. bounced back into the fighting "He will be used mainly in relief
for their charges.
can get for his 45 per cent not school season started in order to busy season These star athletes were recently honored by the 100 Per Cent picture and ranked sixth among work and he will certainly be a
Wrong Club Atlanta.! The received "Oscars" from the Coca- "
how many seats are available. group big help to our pitchers.
iron out the kinks and get the A SOLON TO FILE the welterweights by the National
Cola Company and the Atlanta Life Insurance presented them with
Rat Halpern, president of TNT It is reported that the Chicago-
players well on the way for a other Boxing Association.
said that his contract with IBC PROTEST ON ARMY trophies. e 1 White.. no__ Sox__ was read to dish out
hard season. Chairman Fred J. Saddy of the "
has amended to provide a minimum AND TULANE GAME $75,000 for the big right-hander
guarantee of 500,000 seats The Stanton coach is not a rating committee said: "Gavilanwho to prevent him from going to the

I available instead of 250,000 because : crybaby from year to year he PITTSBURGH Pittsburgh SPORTING I ITUP was unnamed in the last previous Yankees.GETTINGUPNIGHTS.

I of the great public resopnseto has not stopped to shed tears Representative (Republican) has ratings, was also named

the bout. over his losses but he has set announced that he would file a By C. PARIIAM JOHNSON the NBA's Boxer of the :Month

If that many seats were sold out to use what he has and make protest Washington at the for his recent decisive victory

Robinson's 45 per cent wouldon the best he can out of it White House on a scheduled football BOB TJIURMAN 'has been re- in the Venezuelan winter baseball over Gaspar Ortega, wno" is now I II worried by"Bladder Weakness"[Getting
the basis of a dollar return between Army and called by the ,Cincinnati Redlegsto league. I rated No. 9 contender. Carmen Up Nights (too frequent, burning or ItchIng -
urine
I game urination) or Strong Cloudy
Last season the Blue Devils Ray
come to about 225000. That is Tulane University at New Orleans replace outfielder Gus Bell who SAM JETIIRO, the former big I Basilio, who meets Sugar due to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations -.
I to the IBC for each seat sold. won 7, lost 2 and tied 1 and Nov. 16.Rep. will be out of action for the re- leaguer with the one time Boston -Robinson for the middleweighttitle comforting, try help.CYSTEX A billion for quick CYSTEX gratifying tablets
in the used in past 23 years prove safety and
ended the man
season as co-city is the No. 1
said he is mainder of the season with a Braves holds under
Robinson has been holding out James J. Fulton the distinction of success. Ask druggist for CYBTKA
champions. Captains Melvin Crawford '' welterweight division. satisfaction or money-back guarantee.
for to handle strongly urging cancellation of broken ankle. Thurman Is' the fel. hitting homers over the International
Telepromoter Corp. ..
the closed circuit deal with thea William Cherry and Isaiah the game and added: who was called the best pinch. I League's two most dreaded
ters. He said had offered Littles finished the season in a "What is the use of a civil hitter in the National League fences. lIe hit one over Montreal's

r 400,000 seats but they guaranteed him blaze to of the glory 1957 that can be who passedon will rights law by Congress if Army until he was sent to Seattle in left field fence and Richmond's Going Places !

$250.000 for his 45 per cent. captains disregards civil rights and co. the Pacific Coast League right field wall. Jethro, now with
carry on. operate in their repression?" JOE CAFFIE, with a .331 batting Toronto also leads the league In
The Norris-Robinson session
The 1957 squad is expected to The state legislature of Louisi average in the International stolen bases with 22.
was scheduled shortly after team, if not they will be in therebe ana passed a law last year bar. League still clings to a good THE PITTSBURGH STEELERSof
had been ordered the
Robinson by
Just .as strong as the 1956 ring all ,interracial sports competition -chance of being.thd\U ttlnr champion the National Professional Football
I state athletic commission to fight battling every minutes of, every as well, as integrated seating of the league despite the fact League is making pro football
Basilio according to the termsof quarter to keep the Blue DevilsIn at sports events. that he has been recalled by the history. For the first timein

the contract or face possibleloss the thickest of the fight. Cleveland Indians. Caffie is still the histery of the league, a I ..::;.:
of his title.NEGRO .. .
SUITCASE eligible for the title with more tan coach is employed and seven : a r
PAIGE'S '
than the required 477 total ap tan recruits on the team. Lowell I .
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PHILS ENTERTAIN LOST BY AIRLINES pearances. His nearest rival is Perry will serve as coach and as t

-y ? RELATES 10,000 CHILDREN John Jaciuk of Richmond who scout. The player list includes Ir' %

MIAMI Satchel Paige, the has a .322 average \Vith only Jack McClairen Bill McClung,

Miami Marlins pitcher had a two weeks remaining, he will Henry Ford Tom Hendricks, Edward -
DUPAS KINSHIP PHILADELPHIA The Philadelphia rough way to go during the last have to hit an even .400 to catch :Merchant Roman Gavin

t Phillies Baseball Club series with 'the Montreal Royals Caffie. and Lionel ,Reed.
served as host to ten thousand when the first thing to happento EDWIN CHARLES the con. VALMR THOMAS New York

NEW ORLEANS While the children on the last day of him was the, loss of his suit- verted shortstop of the Jacksonville Giant catcher and the first and ; 11I;$;

fight wages in the Louisiana city August when the Phillies playedthe case by the airline. and he arrived Braves will get another shot only major leaguer from the Vir. c

over the rightful racial identity Pittsburgh Pirates at Connie In Montreal with\ only his typewriter with the Milwaukee Braves nextseason. gin Islands continues to hit the

Mack Stadium, Streets Commissioner and portable,hi-fi set. .,He is already scheduled to ball at a terrific rate. The little '
of lightweight title contender David M. Smallwpod an The next thing, to happen to report to the. Braves training tan catcher, one of the smallestmen $ f *

Ralph Dupas, a Negro from pounced him .was, he made Manager Don base next .spring.' Charles is the in baseball, became the ;;

Louisiana's Bayou country testified Smallwood said the children Osborn angry by failing to show fellow who was taken from his Giants first string catcher mainly P

that he is the uncle of Dupas were rewarded for their help in up for the trip to'Quebec City for regular position at second base because of his hitting J power and 4

Dupas is asking the civil district assisting parents to clean up and the series' opener. As punishmentOsborn and put in shortstop. From the hit catching- ability. Thomas is a : adrswmwwQU# ., y ,

issue rehabilitate neighborhoods and started Paige in the next way he played I short, one would master in handling;pl hers.
court to have the city
streets.: game and the Royals tagged him feel that he has been there all THE. NEW YORK ..GIANTS,

him a white birth certificate sohe Mayor Richardson Dilworth, for a 7-0 defeat. along. Charles, has been a little members of the National Profes

may fight white boxers in managing Director Donald C. Paige redeemed himself at Toronto dangerous at bat too. sional Football League and last rk n" s

Louisiana. Wagner, City councilmen, other ,with a nifty relief job to BIG LUKE EASTER, the hard year's champions are well fortified

1 Christopher Duplessis a tall city representatives and representatives gain his" eighth victory. Paige hitting fence buster of the Buf. with tan stars. They have

naUof Davant La., took the of the Clean Up, Paint has been a big, help ta the Mann: faloBisons is still: out in front in Mel Triplett Roosevelt Brown /. :Y:4So 'Uji
stand as a witness for the Cityof Up Fix Up Committee attendedthe pitching staff.ACHIHG. the home run department and Jack Spinks, Bobby Epps and the

New Orleans. game and helped to entertainthe RBI's in the International Lea old reliable Emlen Tunnel. Tun.
children. gue. He has 37 homers and 115 nell, undoubtedly is one of the
John F. Connally
City Attorney MUSCLES RMTS., best punt runbackers in professional
Smallwood said this is third
produced a statement Duplessis the FRED HANEY, manager of the football and one of the best Tills HA.WY( fUSK J is CURVED TO FIT TOUt POCKtf PINT SIZE & HALF PW. TOO.-'',':
which, said that year the Phillies have played host COSTS NO EXTRA.AW) COMES WITH GOLDEN JICSU! CW...,.
allegedly signed Relieve pains of tired, sore, aching Jlllwaukee Braves wonders why football has ever known. He has ..
mother of the 21-year-old to the junior members of the :..
the tabletsor '
muscles with STANBACK. fans couldn't be more
clean block committees.The baseball played in 204 consecutive games
boxer was the Negro's sister. The powders. STANBACK acts fast reasonable and thoughtful. Haney for the Giants and has posted
statement also said Ralph Du. the 10 children to 16 were selected of from and to bring'comforting relief said two of the saddest picturesto several league records that will Slim Trim and Handsome! Ifs the ,
under the name years age ,
plessis, fighting because the STANBACK formula j to him since he of
there were more, than 700 of the ever come be hard to surpass. He is one :
also
a
of Ralph' Dupas was combines several prescription type entered baseball was Saturday, who have been
two players
Negro., sented.900 clean block committees repre ingredients for fast relief of pain. I Il Aug. 24, when the fans booed uamed to every pro-bowl game.. Old Kentucky

"The Louisiana law prohibiting Carl Ersklne ,and the following Tunnell has set a, league recordof Taverns i

mixed bouts in the state is bar. Sunday the same thing happenedto 38 punt returns and has made

ring Dupas from white contendersuntil l ri Robin Roberts. Baney said 67 pass interceptions. No other
his real racial identity is that Saturday in Brooklyn. when defensive back Is' close to these

legally established. one of the Earnest competitors figures. Pocket Flask :;

:, Ht went to the mound with a sore FRED (Duke) SLATOR AND -smart way
'0 and aching arm ,to give Ms best FRITZ POLLARD, are two tan 9as>x

24-46-79 to a losing cause and the fans football greats who are membersof '

346-99--843SVatch vy" \\ CULTURES*. STRAIGHTENS $' booed him. He 25 tried Robin but be Roberts failed. the 'College Football Hall of I to have this fine Bourbon always ::

Sunday Aug. Fame. Slator was an AIl-Ameri- ,
This Clown went to the mound for the Phil can at Brown hi 1916. The one tJr

( u u 3tay Roliiuseg__ lies he failed, but be tried and other player that belongs In the on hand. Every drop d 'n

: sags the fans booed. Haney said they same class with these men are

'. 5 6 seem to forget the days when the Paul Robeson, but it is believed Myra#

3 7 two pitchers were great and the that it is because of his political "
a3 7 H way they walked to the mound beliefs that he wasn't selected for timed to7fullyears perfection
saved the '
1 .. 11tN with confidence and the Hall of Fame, but as a foot-
.i! day for,their teams. Both pitchers ban player he has no superiors.
40-14-7 1 competitors, but the !
t were great ,LIGHTWEIGHT CHAMPION _
) f 286 23-148 i fans don't seem to remember JOE BROWN has been sued by
.
-:" :.A, Sometimes hefe up SPORTS WRITERS of Omaha, his former manager Spencer

:: Sometimes he's down Nebraska held a Charley Peete Anderson of Chicago. Anderson
He adds, subtracts Memorial night on Aug. 22 and claimed Brown had run out on a 100'PRObFBO lm
Be works all around unveiled an elaborate bronze contract with him in 1951 with '

,;:' plaque dedicated to the late out three years to run. 86 PROOF-UGHTEfctOWQ PfilCDIttlttUCiar .
FOR AUGUST 14
PkOCESSAT
ON POSIHR'S fielder who was killed in a plane wrItE KNIGHTS" is a softball $STRAIGHT C8S2SCH WXJtttt:

92-17 38 Y9U9 iAY AtTE:B ARiER J crash in Venezuela last alL Peete team In Nashville Tenn, that is a tlgtdtt. DT1ut. >tR3 co..t0t> RatX. ."
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By JAY JAY [CROSSWORD ,. $,yA. C. Co rE1ox ; ; d your b -i .

1 23 'I s 6 7 8 qo ,
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The loud weeping and moaning II /Z 13r'3 .''

yon hear Is emanating from Tallahassee CARIM .1 J-t.J J..

Florida. Jake Oalther is 16 17Is '

holding his annual crying session. .
Most of the other coaches are If 3.o- '- .. : .
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optimistic at this stage of the
season but not old "Weeping U 'America's; {:

Jakte". There is one thing for 1T ..
24c. c 7 2S Z? t
sure and It has been proven in
previous years the louder Jake ; ; baby ':,

howls, the rougher his charges healthy ,

win be. You can expect another i y sc1n 'J .

Battier power house this season :

The recent fusses over Inter. 9q114
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gration in various cities in the
South should serve to make us K3 yy vcy6 ) MF -i_; :

become more aware of our responslbilKles Ylyq :
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as citizens. Our best ,r a,. .
weapon against laws and other I

means of maintaining segregation

is the ballot. If have
you registered
tell your friends who have .- :

not.The S*-Self -Fvbuc notice 6i:
t
"pressure' tactics" of the ACROSS 40-and rf New hers
State Beverage Department are \r l-rcralab. tri Zealand + *-Ones fto tote-
\ JOOCI 41-Color ihads ..r ; ward message A;
continuing. On Sunday afternoon 11*Frogs s': 20- -
43Shortenedpcalmi SptaUh"ye*
rtA.
of the nicer 12 'nit 1!hI&t ;, 22-Advaaate SA
one
city's spots was .
V16No. .
.
14 Crttt ... .f t teoale
4. -isle Of
visited. The agents made no ar >>ItnntTi. t 46-Approaches';. 23-Persian elf, \ I
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rests. They are aware of the fact 17 life 47-Chemical 25- Roof projection :.f...
F' 27-Provided that .
Cool unx
that once the word gets around 15- drink : Prefix for"together" i
48-Encourage e
that the cops visited "so and so'splace" 19 la reference 49-A eonttnect :, qj :
20-To check
31Either ., r. cyf
.
that the man's business I 21-Repent of 50-(Dueling abb.) rule 32-Zeua'beloved t. >k'z!'' YQ a fv.Y I
will be hurt for some time. The 22-Broa4cut S2-Abhorrence .35-Thus
of the is the : :J.CDrreIpoDdesa: DOWN 36-Tropical grass ..
missing part puzzle attenboa .
39 Gastronomic
2- Declare -
.
objective of the agents. It is said U HardeD 3* Exhaust Union(abb.) % '.
that the state senator from this 26*A topper' -Entertainment 41 -Assuage *
3S- Lots of lad ,
f .t' I 42-Noun uzmint3SuppUcate i
district is a sort of patron saint fSO_Parent :s.Pro<< .. tidt f'aI -
for the beverage department. This '1-.IStmpletspapete 6.U11t ( ....
$2 1tSae w
j
-Scottish'one 1
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same senator voted pro-interposi mu ,_-Tio toad .,-...,frem / ,
S3Suajodh 8 MImic .. ,
tion in the last session of the M- .....toaer I. .!9- .48- .Baba 1um \ *
legislature and has done nothingfor .,s-om fa \: .. 1It :
W M il>i mft i .. ? -.:1 ;
his constitutlents of color. ( 1 =
.87iCas tetao. = : 4i ,
One thing for darn sure is the Wyk u

fact that he seeks re-election this I :

term and will face us in the they can't read. MAN HIT IN HEAD : L "

spring. Now we are being punished for
OVER A $10 DEBT .
There are some things around what we can't help. The Negro *.. .:myyy 'r
a.a
here which have become institu child entering college must meet a,'
tions. One of these is the annual the same requirements as the Albert 'Tunmons 46, 4629 Mon.
Grief Villa into trouble at
"Afternoon of M u s i c". The white. child. Tis true we have ran
Church and Davis Streets Saturday .
"daddy" of the event Dr. C. S. more degrees but do we have
Aug. SI, when he into
Williams has teen in ill health better teachers? Don't pay any got
for some time but he is back in attention to me, I'm just ram. an argument with a man who is ,

circulation and is planning to bling and thinking known only as Lee about a $10 rif ti
debt which Lee owed Timmons.Lee .
make it bigger and better this Seems that the newness of the
,allegedly hit Tunmons on the ,
year. Elsewhere in the paper you Armory has worn off. The ;young
head with bottle.
a
win find a detailed story givingthe thugs from the Eastslde have "Healthy Baby" Colyer Val James of Buffalo
Police. indicate that
time and place. gotten the range and are trying: reports '
when TImmons turned his head
We see where the city fathersare to pull "Two Spot antics" In the and walked off the YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION.It's the throughout the ;
thinking
making a, big fuss about the Armory. .Joe IHgdon I* serving argument
was over, he was struck in safest 'most nourishing and diges- other brands i
punishment her are meting out notice that he win not tolerate ,
to the poor fish who attemptedto any hoodlums and promises a the head with a bottle by Lee In. tible form of milk for your baby's made formulas "Talley"i t
.
flirting a laceration. He
"fix" a parking ticket. Don't treat for them at the next dance. was carried
to Duval Medical Center by formula. More mothers feed Car. complete cost
see why so much fuss is being On the 12th of September, I
"
police ambulance. their babies than much
raised. As long as the defendantsare will get "Fever" and jump out nation to any as

Negroes, everything from to State and Market along with other brand. And more Carnation milk for infant

murder to rape is flxable. Itdoesn't Little Willie John. Arnett Cobb,
is used in hospital formula rooms every doctor
take a Rhodes scholar to the boy who played "Flying WALL PAPERAT t
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find out all of the details. We Home" on the Lionel Hampton -
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rpanfo' that the "fix system" is record will also play.
Also PAINT
one of the reasons for the high ABOUT TOWN: Sorry to hear

crime rate in our community and of the tragiv demise of John METROPOLITANPAPER 14 BEST BRAND FOR ,

also for the low mlrale of our I Ward last Sunday. Our sympathygoes STORE

police officers. Offenders have out to his family and fie Phone El 3-0628 av COFFEE, 'Talley"A I
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hurled taunts at arresting colored ancee, Marie Adams. The local

officers and ten them, 'Til be fellows are bending over back. HWest Church St. -- Creamy-smooth.--. .
; back on the corner before you wards trying to console Marie. It I. *
II Carnation makes a good ; 1
get back". Sure enough, the culprit is high time someone did some '" I
,
is sprung as soon as he thing about patrollng American I. i cup of coffee taste even "' 3
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makes a phone call. Can you Beach. Every year a needless HELP ANTEDNEW :;I better! Richer and more r ,

blame the boys for getting dls. drowning takes place. Johnny 'I flavorful! the way you ,' ,

gusted amd Just saying "what's Stewart served as host and cosponsor YORK : ,, like ltl!
the use, you can't buck the sys at a Labor Day crab boil COOKS 'I
MAIDS
tem". If you make the mistakeof The popular man-about-town has HOUSEWORKERSHXPEBENCED 11 c : KK

bucking, you'll be sent to SI. finally met someone who is mak j t e 1 from Contented Cow*- : I ItL !
berla or be kept walking until ing him turn loose his strangle -aJao- t KK

your arches falL hold on dead presidents dar- COUPLES r: ________________ '

"Band of Angels" will open at kye Boatwright plans to spend Needed aft once for steady j
the Strand next week. Yoa may her vacation in Cleveland sad positions with good private World's Leading Brandof

wonder why the pickets did ,not other points North. She will be families. Age limit 21 to 45. Evaporated Milk i i6Jlbdsal '

fall out and parade around the followed soon by Connie Cason You win live-In on the premises .

theatre when this movie played who is a11&o contemplating seeingthe with your own room, .

."downtown" Even though the nothern lights. mean salt slit frrrrBeges. The QS
Freddie Brown the Buick salesman 7 2 p a y g ,93a&
star did slap Yvonne De- -
Negro salaries are very high accord. 70 THE HI-HAT
Carlo, she was supposed to have Is moving his base of opera- tog to your experience.I on s3YapiNUw "
tions from the 600 block of Ashleyto DQQQ nncaa
the
been colored. Secondly majority t
win bar/
supply bus transporta o03 3x1J 734 W. Ashley
21st and Myrtle. Don't know
of the Negro actors in the Won from your city to New nos tbo 1s.3
movie antebellum !the motivating factor but according
played typical QQQ utu
mammy and uncle roles. They to psychology, there is a York and gurantee a good S3y ea QDQ naa FLOOR SHOW AND

were fond of slavery and didn't stimulus behind every reaction. Job. Write at once to Mr. sd a J a any N

want freedom. That's very good The former Shirley Rivera and Brown, P. O. Box 32S Lakeland .a s ay aoY EVERY FRIDAY AND

propaganda because In his every her son are in town for a few Fla. or phone Metal bawd gar naaa
breath the Southern white man is days. Shirley lives in Xenia, Ohio I 0-4964. d J +31+ 1 AYS7JwoNOY Feautring

saying that we are satisfied with now. She plans to spend a few sY

our lot. days with her old chum Viola j-. ,. Little i Willie Brown and
Kittles in Atlanta before returning .
Believe it or not but a heck .. ; -
Johnetta Betsch is home i LOOK YOUR BEST "
His
of a lot of colored folk are Playing Recording
against integration. They wonder for a brief spell with the family

The staff received a card tram >', ,.
why those NAACP people keep .
butting in on white folks busi- sister Marvyne. Marvyne is being :- ib : 1 Admission
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presented In her first European .i
ness. Not all of these believersare
concert in the near future. At
uncle and mammy types, ,
present she! is touring the continent Jo '
many are educated people. Many i, .
of them think that way because .
Lois Showers dropped a One.
they are society afraid they thatIn, could an integrated not The former Jacksonville girl Is EXPERT LAUNDERING I. SOMETHING NEW HAS

teaching In Greenville this year. 1
compete. Many of them have AND DRY CLEANING .
She is an August grad of FAMU I When You are Having '
gains that they; think they may t-' .
dab Anders, younger brother o 1 DAY SERVICE
lose in a mixed profession or of Jimmy and Richard is home and Run Out of
society. A good example of both
from the academic He is
is the Negro teacher in the muse We Are As Close As
types
working on his PhD. at the 17. of a CAVALIERCLEANERS
south. Most of them are products
Michigan. John Eaves Is also OUR SAVOY
of a dual system of education and home from grad school AND
under this dual system, the Negro Phone PO 4-9202 -:-

state college was almost a Joke LAUNDRY
;.'; in many cases. :Actually how can PATRONIZEFLORIDA 610 West Ashley 814 West 8th St. WE DELIVER ALL

I ;. they teach Johnny to read when STARADVERTISERS 21st and Myrtle Avenue 1302 Davis St. Don't Forget Call

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