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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
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Jacksonville Fla
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July 14, 1956
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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! > '''<; Property From GraysonTALLAHASSEE Further Talks BarredSPECIAL

Isaac '"Ike" Grayson the long-time strongman CORRESPONDENT

of the Longshoremen's Union of Jacksonville lost control of the TALLAHASSEE-The Tallahassee bus boycott reached another

organization he has led for many years to a new slate of elected crucial stage this week-end as the City Commission slammed the
officers who sought to oust him and demanded an accounting of 'door to any further negotiations with the Negro Inter-Civic CouncilInc.

;' funds and return of property which was bought with funds of the and went ahead with plans to resume bus service.

: !! rt;' corporation. -j I I Another development in the hot
Florida Supreme Court last;by! members of three local long- issue not reported in some of the, The commissioners agreed

Wednesday affirmed .a Duval shoremen's unions- 1408 1408-A() .local "star editions" of the white unanimously they are "sick and

ougty..Circuit"Court tilling giv.my .and...1597 -- in 1941. At that time, I press is the Hint that'the board of tired of dealing' with the Inter-
2: nfrAl1 atf. rtfT3pflwfrflg] *- thi I pntrol VU1 beL- asked to Investigate Civic Council and 'charged most. J
: men, of Jacksonville, ( r.:a non- unions were affiliated with the! the c arge ihe, boycou ieao
i |
; : } profit corporation to ''aSlate' of American Federation of Labor. In rship is coming from Florida A comers to Tallahassee and professors -

,,, <" officers representing the International 1954 AFL expelled the Interna- & M University professors ,and and their wives at Florida
_. ,, __ __.___,__ "Wmn' -
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v ( '. Longshoremen's Assiu In- AScM,University for Negroes.
.... tional Longshoremen's Assa. it their wives.
:" dependent. was stated. An ILA Independentwas The City Commission offered Mayor Fred Winterle hinted the
WEAPON Sheriffs Willie
'. ,: I The suit was filed as' the result formed and gained recognition police protection Thursday to any board of control which governs
Weston left and Joe McCone examine one of a disagreement between Inter- as the bargaining agent of Negroes who want to ride city the universities, may be asked to

of the deadly handmade rip guns they rounded II national Brotherhood of Long longshoremen according to the buses on a segregated basis but investigate and said "there will be

.;, up from a teenage gang in the 45th Street and < shoremen an American Federa- court records. It also was stated hotly refused to negotiate further no more negotiations with the

Moncrief Road area. It has a wooden body with ':';:. tion of Labor affiliate, and the that local union members at Jacksonville with the group demanding equal Inter" Civic Council. Were fed

with exception of Grayson up.
LA eating.
a wide rubber band for trigger and nail for a / : "
slate of officers elected in and Owens, became card- Council members vowed again The Rev. C. K. Steele president
hammer. It fires a .22 calibre bullet which .: :,; : of both the council and the local
October 1954, asked the court to I I carrying members of ILA Inde- Wednesday night to stay off the
passes through barrel devised from umbrella :i > ;,:,, have the old! officers, who were pendent. buses, until segregated seating is chapter of the NAACP. said at
. tubing. -."..... '" "'<: listed as defendants, give an ac-I There was a dispute as to whe- outlawed and "true democracy one recent mass meeting the Ne-

':>) .. counting of funds, return any cor.! ther the local unions changed finds expression in this southlandof groes may extend their boycott to

porate property and give controlof their affiliations or new locals ours.** downtown white merchants if

the organization tothem.. were organized carrying the Bus service will be resumed "police intimidation" is not stop-

The plaintiffs were Ira Corker, same local union members. Gray-I "within five or six days" but the ped. The council pays fines for
of Vets
Grocer Reports Zip-Gun Orphans John Jackson, James Crump and son resigned in 1954 as president! old routes which largely served ,members arrested on traffic vio-

Dave Kennedy. The defendantsare of the local union\vhen a conflict the city's 1S.750 Negroes will be la ons.

Get School Aid Lemious Turner, Isaac Gray- developed between AFL-and ILA revised to appeal to white patron The city commission replied
son Willie Owens and A. R. Simp-!Independent at a local level in Thursday that "we can do some

That Spelled Tragedy I:Jacksonville and a new slate of age."The buses are going to be sup- boycotting. too"

WASHINGTON-According to son.The corporation was organized officers! was elected Oct 20, 1954. ported and run without the Negroes "If they boycott stores like-
an announcement by the Veterans ----- Steele said that can work both
but they want to ride
... Administration, more than 150,000 Commissioner Cliff Summit -
to be protected,
they are going ,
f "Because a kindly white grocer did his duty as a citizen when he orphans of veterans will be eligible Montgomery Leader Tells Tampans Commissioner Joe Cordell said. said. "They make their money

. turned over a homemadegun to officials untold misery and possi- for government education "We have enough white people here in town."

bly tragedy may have been forestalled in the lives of colored resi- assistance under a new law. To "Stand Up and Be Counted Now" who will support the buses, but if The city offered free seating on

dents in the. 45th Street and Moncrief Road area.J. The law recently signed by any Negroes want to ride we want one predominantly'Negro run except -

Wesley Peacock who talks President Eisenhower, stipulatesthat them to__ be__ protected by_ the police_ for one three-passenger seat
and looks more like a: church he came by it only children of veterans TAMPA The Rev. R. James Glasco. executive assistant to and know they won't be molestedby reserved for whiles, but the coun

deacon than the grocery,; store Further investigation on the whose deaths resulted from mili- the Montgomery Improvement Association to'd! a Tampa audience anybody"School cil rejected it

operator that he is said he discovered part of Deputy Sheriff McCone tary service will be eligible. last Tuesday night that the time 'to be counted' as men and womenis At its meeting Wednesday night

a home-made gun (knownas and others revealed that several College-age survivors will receive now. Rev. Glasco spoke before an audience of approximately 250persons the council continued plans to buy

"zip guns" to teen-a gets) in other boys possessed similar guns. up to $110 a month to com at a meeting sponsored by the Tampa Branch of the NAACP. Principal station wagons to supplement its
the possession of a 13-year-old their education. car pool for getting the Negroes to
plete if
Investigators were able to round Stating that it may seem as
boy who helps him around the up three-'of the weapons before Youths in age groups, 18-23, victory,"is outside of your grasp"i(resulted in arrest of Negro leaders Issued WarningOf work. Winterle however said it
would be illegal for them to use
store he operates at 45th Street the young zip-gun packers could may apply for educational grants the Montgomery leader urged his' he said that many of the cases the-
the old bus routes for station
and Moncrief Bd. get rid of them.It for study at colleges universitiesand audience to "keep plugging. God fwere thrown out by judges. He "we're
He said when he examined the SuspensionRobert wagon service and not go-
was discovered that there is secondary schools which provide will come to your aid. issued a stern warning to Tampa'sNegroes
bus franchise to
ing to give !
crudely' made weapon he thought a teen-age gang in the section vocational training. Grants "I'm here tonight asking the I' that the white citizens
of the danger it posed for the with its leader who gives ordersto will not be made for on the job citizens of Tampa, Florida if they who opposed the program of equal L. Lynon. principal of anybody which already except holds the bus it.."company

youngster who possessed it and beat up Joe or Harry and desig- training on the farm training, want to be'somebody," he said.I rights and full; integration woulduse West Jacksonville School, was
others who could: be innocent victims nates the gang member or mem- correspondence courses or high "The only way you can be some- the same tactics here.A I notified Thursday that he faces

of its discharge.Mr. bers who must execute the punishment school study.Applications., body is to stand up and be count- remark from the speaker in! suspension unless he gets theschool's To Give ReportOn
is mighty proud of should be filed at unit and keep his
Peacock ed. Stand up as a which he wished that planewas internal financial accounts -
.let's call him Junior. In his VA regional offices.A marching forward." leaving tonight because what in order acceptable to the
Police determined that the guns
own words he said "Junior: is as calibre bullet andit $110 o month fee for special Relating how pressures and intimidation he was going to say might get him school board within two weeks. Segregation
will fire a .22
smart as a whip just hanging resi- training for children,with physicalor by Montgomery Police killed brought smiles from the au- Lynon was given the ultimatumby .
was brought out that what .
around the store he learned how mental disabilities is also provided -I dience when the speaker lashed the Board of Public Instruc- TALLAHASSEE-A report will
dents thought were fire-crackers
to operate the adding machineand u.1der'the new 'law. This out at what he called "too many tion on motion of member Verley be made here Monday by a committee -
being set off at night were actual. Transcripts Ready
at anytime I could ask himto includes speech and voice correc-f jellyfish standing behind God's T. Spivey. of legal experts which has
the home-made
check the cash register and he ly Junior who is being guns.held in the tion, lip reading one handed For Graduates Of ,sacred desk." W. Edwin Cagle, chairman of been considering possible recommendations -
could tell me if its short or over for typewriting, personal adjustment Matthew W. Gilbert He told how the Negro ministers the school trustees, last month on segregation legisla
Shelter will come tip hearing
to the penny he has a brilliant training and braille reading and I in Montgomery led the fight told Lynon in a letter that his
next -
with 7 others
mind. Meantime thanks to a good writing.. ProL'Eu Gene Butler principal and called upon the Ministers in financial records were not kept in calling of a special sessionof

.It wasn't an easy thing to do- citizen tragedy and misery may of. Matthew W. Gilbert Tampa and Florida to do likewiSe. accordance with the prescribed the Legislature depends on the

to turn him up to the authorities.But have been averted. have visited the college on many High School has announced "The ministers of Montgomeryfound recommendations of the' school committee's findings. .:
when thought of the danger I occasions.Mrs. that all June 1956 graduates their rightful place he board. Ted Davis said after a conference ':

he was in and how many other Clifford is the daughter of and former graduates of Matthew stated leading their people. If i Lynon told the board Thursdayhe with Gov. Collins, that the
lives could be thrown into tragedy BethuneCookmanGets Mrs. Ferris J. Meigs who has W GUbert High School you don't find yours then God has obtained the proper ac- governor left him with the im- ,]

I felt it was my duty to do $5,000 GiftMr. served on the Board of Trustee who are interested in oaring will make a leader to bring his counting forms since he was ad- pression a special session will be '
something to prevent it." of the college for more than forty their high school transcript people out of bondage." vised of the irregularity. called only if the committee presents :]

The soft-spoken grocer called and Mrs.Donald K.Clifford years and was a life-long friendof sent colleges or universitiesmay Robert W. Saunders Field Secretary Board Chairman Ned P. SearcySr. specific proposals for segregation ij

County officials and turned the of Branxville; New York presented the late Dr. Mary McLeod request same. by calling for the NAACP spoke for pointed out to Lynon that an legislation and recommends y

wood-handle gun with a broad to Bethune-Cookman College Bethune. the school Monday through the Branch President and stated principals in the school system immediate action. ..i

rubber for trigger and a nail for $5.000 gift. The newlyconstructed girls Friday. from $:30 a. m. until that the Branch was preparing to I have been warned they face suspension July 30 will be the date the -,

the hammer over to,Deputy Sher Mr. and Mrs. Clifford are longtime dormltory will be named in honor, 2:30 p. m. launch a fight to end segregationin unless their internal accounts special session will convene if ,

iff Joe McCone and told him how friends of the college and of Mrs. M igs.. : transportation and other areas. are kept in order. I called. .




'....T... .. ..., -, ,. .- -> -,. THt?fLOfUDA STAR, :. .'_ ,_ Saturday, JH|, 14, 1956 ,


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-; P,. 0.. fex Sil, jMkSMvHb 1, Flerife ____ 4Hr' } COMMUNISTS .

423. .....*....Street, JccluoKvKle, FlerU Ft**. ELslri'4.3773 ) I .1 i
1 Keynoting the six-day 47th annual convention of the NAACP in '

HIC.O.. MMTSON -.....::.. : _._' M......., EAtor W ? asi Francisco last week, Thurgood Marshall the Association's special ]

c..;;hrhses J.baso. N.wi Stefl t R+ counsel, reviewed the year's legal, political and social developments .
in the area of civil rights and submitted a series of recommendationsto -
!!' Member 01. Aasodated Negro Press ri
speed up the desegregation process.

Y 0. Ytr. $'.":'HsU Y..,,..H*.>..HUM Mwtlu" $1.10 .#' .... the con tten by Mr. B>rnes as a ''for
Mcll*** T* Tn. Aa,..... to.the UaftH-SMte : -. tion's "
justice the Supreme Court
s.lecripti..e FvroM la Adw.uu. Serf Cheeki w Missy Offera T.: : session 1
reading of the
FLORIDA, STAR P. 0. VOX 541 --MCW0NYIUI 1. FLORIDA i.A i.- article demon-
:. Marshall that it was not written as ,
.... THE FLORIDA STAR ;STANDS FOR: -. ; ->:", .''# .;. nounced legal document, a law review ,
"open or the type of critical legal :
I. Negro Firemen.
2.Mora Negro' Police Officer '''.-.: "", 1' upon the customary for former
; "- preme : of any bench. It was .
3.'Squat Cars for the NIg 'o'OUce.'f': :J., : : ,
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the :as fact, an article not by a former -

c'-- Building Program. destroy of the Supreme Court, but
idity of an article by a former gov

4. .. .. prerae of South Carolina and a
Wife Wans Ptritw) I :decision in the Dixiecrat movement

school is. at present, an exponent
sole ; white supremacy, come hell or

j ( : .. !, the water.
: erners I
an effort to cripple the NAA-
is still
SAN FRANCISCO With the conventions of the major in racial Mr. Marshall charged, "south-

political parties at hand, Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive sec- During politicians: laid out a pattern

.; retary, warned that Negroes would demand "strong civil ed out using state legislatures and the

t$ rights planks in the platforms off both major parties" in an the most courts either to outlaw the
address at the closing-session of the Association's 47th annual criticism or to make it difficult to

.l convention here. from operating. "By doing this

'* "Because much' has happened since 1952, these planks senators rightfully recognize the ef

I.' must be much'stTongp- those of four years ago," he told \L -n,. by of pus NAACP as an

r the 1,000 NAACP delegates as they prepared to depart for .. ney dedicated to enforce.
of ,
/ the law
their homes in 38 states across the nation. "THE REAL ROAD BLOCK TO COMPLETE INTERGRATION" have strategy, the Despite proponents this

"We now have the Supreme Court decision in the school I of these acts know that racial
cases,and the rulings on public recreation and travel discrimi- __ one very will eventually be re
nation the.NAACP leader pointed out. "We have had Montgomery a LIBRA Governor from this "
Alabama, with ,all of its implications. We have.had Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 though country.

open defiance of the Supreme Court and the Constitution: We Your Weekly There is no reason outside of 6157652S'7 against the new Com

have-had nullification resolutions and a congressional manifesto self-created obstacles and limitations be looked party line of "sweetness

insulting the highest court in' the land and advocating Korescepe GuideWHICH why you should not achievethe I unusual I light," Mr. Marshall urged the

; virtual rebellion. success you are aiming for at Call on delegates to "examine

"We have had, U. S. Senators traveling ,and down the ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR this stage. It may appear to you I promote ) I new effort of the Commu-
to infiltrate
,' land urging'the people .not'to>obey the*Supreme.Court. We that you are not being treated I step up .' our organization
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL right as far as compensation or I the must continue: to keep our
r, have had vilification,.terror,and violence visited upon,section : I
of our population who have asked. merely that the law of By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES the financial terms are concerned, above the abreast of new tact-
the land be observed." f i but it is better to accept what you headed in of infiltration. We must con-
I I can get rather than to turn down you wish to make it clear that there
These developments Mr. Wilkins declared have createda
1- place this
.a wonderful opportunity with excellent of activity in organization for
new situation calling for affirmative action. "No party CANCERBorn I future possibilities So and or those who follow
platform that ignores these developments and pretends that Born March 21 Ihru April 19 June 22 thru July 22 weigh all the issues carefully, and 30 Communist line."
1956 is the same as 1952 can command the allegiance of Negro This is likely to be the period The danger of nullifying the act only on the mose expert ad-

= voters and of other Americans who love their country," her when the decisions you arrive at, gains made during these splendid vice. There are good outlets for for NAACP an accelerated chief counsel registration call

asserted."It and the measures you take, will days is evoked by unnecessary : .r---n.n
your energies right at home on Born voting continua-
>: will not be sufficient to state that the Supreme Court either set you on the path of changes of mind delusions, or the 21st. The Full Moon ((22nd) of efforts campaign to

f has spoken and that its decision is the law of the land," he stability and security or precipitate complications connected with recommends an intellectual approach istic with secure voluntary Court
warned. "There must be declaration, pledging affirmative a showdown mintal, fam- housing or the family. Do not rather than an emotional veloping orders

:, action to see that the Court's decision is made effective, that ily or competitive nature with all commit yourself in writing 'or in one in connection with romance sound to legal suits with re

prompt beginnings in good.faith are made toward school desegregation -' the attendant confusion that is any other, binding way on these and youngsters. the moves I "re-examination only as of a last

The use ol the power'and prestige ofthe federal i' bound to ensue. Try to forsee all days. beforejrou are ableJo figureout 5-70-40-13-69-515 your place in the our
government pgng llY its CTecutiyp and legislative the futtuv-consequences.pr obtainexpert :the possiSIeconsequences.. the cases on university
OrjmUieiC'JuusrDe ghosown this end. counsel before you take Also verify all rumors, reports one development of a "more

& Quoting President Truman's declaration to an NAACP the final steps toward the un !and gossip before' you jump to Born Oct SCORPIO 24 thru NOT. 22 make negative it 'badges campaign of against slavery the wher-re-
convention in 1947 that "the federal government itself must known. Resourcefulness as wellas conclusions. Your spouse or the
L shgw the way," Mr. Wilkins said: "This is in sharp contrast to the desire to serve will add to one who shares your confidence Flexibility and the ability to sort cipitately, to they exist," a study an4}
your prestige or professional stat- should be consulted when make concessions should go far to m of theMontgomery bus
,, the neutral role being played on school desegregation by the you feel sources
White House. The White House cannot be neutral when our ure, although you should not be- confused ((21st). prevent difficulties with personsor the technique "to determine
t Supreme Court is under attack It cannot be neutral when the come impatient if this is slow in 3-10-22-12 63-424 groups with whom it seems in- Friends extent it may be used in
making itself evident. (21st). advisable to clash.Thoughtful and to our other means: of
x very foundation principles of our democratic government are pended "
9 20 33-14-68-495 inspired moves will have an important and intensification of the
being challenged in crude and arrogant fashion. It must lead -: LEO the -
to eradicate residential
bearing on your future seg-
t .. the way toward law and order, Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 economic welfare. Hold 4-50- .
Mr. Wilkins reviewed the of the every-I
history Negro's struggle
TAURUS Any ventures that you intend to thing if you become confused by
for his rights in this nation. "This struggle is not new," he said.
bring to a satisfactory conclusion
Born April 20 thru Mir 20 contradictory trends, counsels and
k" "It has simply become sharper in recent and attractedmore
years _should n____ hP energetically pursued information as in this losses
Lose no time arriving at a full way
public attention. through while you have the bene- could be incurred. A change of

In pursuit of his goal of complete equality, the Negro understanding Business partner with so as your to forestall mate or': fit of powerful planetary support. plans or procedures may be*called] PEOPLE TO THE NEWS.E

"must intensify the use of political action," the NAACP executive any eventuality that could arise'i The margin for miscalculation and for to get your ideas coordinated;

[;_ asserted. The Negro has' been victimized by political later and which could affect your errors ofj judgment grows to'con- I and in this connection you should I
f' -' attacks and he must use the ballot to protect himself against mutual economic intreests. Theseare siderable proportions and the con have little trouble in obtaining
these attacks he said. sequences of mistakes then I.
also good days for unions or your friendly kdvice.
could be upsetting to both 790881974383SAGI
r "Let no one discourage or belittle political action," Mr. contracts that will be binding and your
pocketbook and emotional
Wilkins urged. "Others use politics to secure higher rates for enduring as well as profitable in ibrium. Guard against equil-
natural gas; to Rain access to tidelands oil; to secure higher the material sense. But, from the creating ATT RIUS

; prices for agricultural products, and higher tariffs on imported 22nd steer clear of troublemakers, gossip because or of involvements ill-advised attachments in- Born NOT. 23 ihru Dec. 21

bicycles and watches. legal conflicts, or any sort of Secret preparations and tie-ups
schemes in which others have.vou.
'. problems connected with neighbors followed by strong action and decisive -
"If politics can be used for increasing-corporation profits, Conscientious endeavor will enable -
: there is nothing wrong with using politics to.secure human kinsoflk, in-laws, occupationand you to. bolster any security I measures will enable you toad'ance .

: .rights. Everyone else tries to use politics for his benefit; you well-being. An unexpectedevent measures you contebplate. your personal objectives.
or outcome could also alter |!Theseare days when your inner
:: it for Don't apologize about it. Use vote on
use yours. your 1-50-77-18-65 -015 z
your philosophies or change the { resources coupled with ,otherpeople's
behalf of civil
._ rights.
course of your life at this time. money should prove to bea
_.:;? "In,this election year, we'have a right to ask'the major G-44-3 :-12ft-16-73 VIRGO winning combination. Those

j f parties and their candidates what they have done and what Born Aug. 24 ihru Sept. 23 I who try to talk you out of your .E
to do for civil rights. For of this information -
they propose some Fine planetary configurations. purposes or who have aims on
< we do not have to depend their smooth statements. GEMINI
upon Unions may be formed and con- your resources under the guise of
f .. We can go to the record. The,record: shows that neither political Born May 21 thru June 21 tracts ,written with firm assur- friendship should be recognizedand .

{ party has passed a single ;:civil rights bill-not the Those who are in commerce, or ances that they will be binding checked. Material possessionsas

Republicans when they controlled the 83rd Congress" and not in the professions, as well as per- and always honored in the days to I well as your higher-mind inter-
the thus far in their control of-the 84th .
I r Democrats Congress.r sons who are in the employ of follow These are also good daysto ests make life comfortable and

others should make giant stridesto make new friends and to bolster interesting. Don't be surprised if

= greater prestige and positions, the ties with old ones. Should you receive surprising tidings

-- SHARE YOUR WISDOM along with the pecuniary compen- you allow family 'frictions and from overseas or other distant

sations that are the usual accom- financial considerations to make points on these days.

By Dr. Thomas R. Gains paniments. But, if for some you abandon the'conclusions you 3-100 66-14-58-333 ,

k. reason or other you have been have, previously arrived at, you
NEW YORK (Global) -What.are you? You are a channelfor
sold on the idea of scorning whatis will be doing yourself the main CAPRICORNBorn
.of'infinite intelligence. The wisest men
the -expression-
being offered you and you disservice. Let your heart as wellas Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 1
and the most advanced women on earth do not differ physi-
think that can rely on luck to conscience prod into
you your After have done
of ditches scrubber you your partto 1400 WRHC
the lowly
most humble-digger or 1400
cally do even better, you are in for a doing the right thing toward a promote your aspirations leave .
of floors. Wherein does the difference lie? Merely in the I
disappointment. loved one. the rest to mate, friends or
of consciousness. As realize the infinite capacities your
quality we
1-50--66-18--59 721 2-80--99-15-72-911 else who can bring themto
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i *ot.rrfoy. Jay, 14,, 1956 THE-fLORIDA STAR Pye Tfcrt

Jaxons Engage In Social And Civic Activities

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{ Sadie TllUs is spending her vacation in Berkley California

1. with her niece, Mrs. Ruth Manning. She will also visit friends and ) \

t relatives in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Mexico City before ,
t Mrs. Tillis is principal of Oakland School.
4 '

# Mrs. Harmon Potee will be hostess and Mrs. Victor Sampson co-

hostess at the' meeting Monday in the home of Mrs. Victor,Sampson, : c- : IL

t 1616. W. 28th Street for the Business and Professional Women's Club..
} Mrs. Morris Goosby will make her report at this meeting.


> Mrs. Bertha Patrick former Jaxon, but now a prominent citizenof !::11L (

Miami spent her vacation 'here, as guest of Mrs. Juanita Perkinson S j IiZtic
Madison Street.

. Courtesies were extended her: while here by Mrs. Ada Randall
Mrs. Lena Hull ,Mr. ana Mrs. Wellington and Mrs. Leona Adams.


A cut People .. ,

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Mrs. Rosa Hampton of 731 W. Mrs. Alma Wiggins of 1020 E. A.4 S' ,$..... \::, '<

16th St, has returned from Law-,' Beaver St was admitted to the CLUB SESSION '- In the two scenes are seen Jaxons who are actively en- and Wheler Picknejr.

ton, Okla. where she visited her Brewster Hospital Monday for a gaged in social and civic endeavors. They are members of the Belair Savings Club In the second scene. Mrs. Lethia Bibbins. H. Sease and Mrs. Annie M. Wil-

husband Sgt. Wilbur "Hamptonwho major operation. Mrs. Wiggins is which met recently in the home of of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson. 1457 West 8th Street Hams are seen standing as Mrs. Eula Graham seated checks the membership dues I
is stationed at Fort SilL a member of Grant Memorial In[ the first scene front row. from left are: Mrs. Theresa Wilson. Mrs. Louise Grarecords.

AME Church and serves as a lam, and Mrs. Mary Wilson. In the back row are Richard Wilson. C. C. Chester -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
Mrs. B. L. Baucom is convalescing member of the J. W. BurroughsClub. --

in home at 1344 Madison .
her Matrons Club Plans Rev. & Mrs. H. Jenkins Blossom Circle I
St. Mrs. Baucom is a member of Pansy Club doted : Sport Dress Ball

St Paul AME Church. Deacon Lee Edward Bryant has Garden Tea Event Will Serve AsHostsTo Completes Plans For
returned to his home at 142C I

Ivory Anderson, Sr. and chil- Kings Road after having been ill The" Matrons Progressive Club I Ministers' Wives Talbot Island TripPlans The Laura Street Presbyterian i Aids YM ProjectWhen

dren Christine and Ivory Jr. of in.the Brewster Hospital. Friends ,of Second Baptist Church will Church will be the meeting place
1348 W. 13th St. left the city Sun- may calL sponsor their' annual tea Sunday Rev. and Mrs. II. J. L. Jenkinsof for the annual outing at when the Sweet Dream Social I
the YMCA their
day to spend their vacation in :July 15th in the beautiful garden 1044 E. Albert Street will be Little Talbot Island on July 2,6 Club observes its anniversary on outdoor sport dress present ball on July

Newark N. J, New York City and Mrs. Collie Gibbs, matron at I of Mr. and Mrs. L. C, Chester at host and hostess to the Baptist were completed in a meeting of Monday at 8 p. m. I II 16, Raymond Taylor's Band will

Canada. They will visit relativesand Edward Waters College is in the i 2504 Woodland. ., beginning at Ministers Wives Alliance: Monday the Pansy Blossom Sewing Circle.I A program has been planned furnish the music. The affair will
friends. Brewster Hospital following an '3:30 p. m. July 16, at 5 p. m. The Sunday Following the completion of all with local persons participating.
be given in the New Lincoln Golf
accident Sunday.' Mrs. Gibbs is a School lesson will be taught by business a social hour was enjoyed Several clubs of the city have
A very unique program has and Country Club.
Willie Carswell of Lantana Ave.is member of Bethel AME Church. the teacher. and a delicious repast served II been invited to attend and the
been planned for this occasion. : A special feature of the dance
by Mrs. C. B. Wright Mrs. N.
ill in the Naval Hospital. Mr. The Silver Tea recently held in club with the largest attendancewill
I All Matrons Clubs and other var- band will be exhibition
Mclvers and Mrs. Ethel Griffin. an at the-
Carswell is a member of Choir 2 Mrs. Florence J. Rufus of Phila- the home of Mrs. Carrie Peopleswas be given a prize.
ious church clubs of the I
city are and vocal numbers Harold
The next will be held by -
meeting piano
of Day Spring Baptist Church. delphia, Pa. is in the city visiting a unique event Mrs. B. W.
invited. Mrs. A. B. Darby is the
in the home of Mrs. Julia
relatives and friends. Mrs. Rufus Williams reviewed the book "Man The Good Samaritan Relief
Mrs. Loreatha Bush is
Mrs. Louise G. Williams of 622 is the house guest of her niece president; Called Peter," and Mrs. Essie 1359 Harrison Street. Mrs. Rosa Club will be entertained this Proceeds from the dance will )be:
West Church St. left the city Sat- Mrs. Doretha James of 1551 Flor- the; the reporter, and of Second Rev. K. D. Brittis Grissett rendered a musical selec- Johnson and Mrs. A. Gaston, co- month by Mrs. Corine Mosely, 712 used to help send boys to the day

urday for Camden, N. J. to be at ida Ave. She is being entertained pastor BaptistOutings tion. hostesses. Everson St. camp who cannot afford to pay

the bedside of her sick brother. :with several parties by relative : The president Mrs. Mattie Calhoun the transportation fee.

Mrs. Williams is a member of :and friends.. Clara White Mission has an important. message Assisting in planning for this
Grant Memorial AME Church FRATERNAL NOTESThe to give. affair is James Bolden.
Holds Annual PicnicA I
serving on Usher Board 1 and a I Mrs. Sallie Neal of 1624 Lee St. Tickets may be secured from

member of Pride of Maceo Tem- returned to the city recently from The Plaza Sewing Savings-Circle Masonic Crusaders will The Golden Links Club will any member of the auxiliary or
ple 186. She is president of the II New York City where she visited will go to American Beach meet Sunday at 3 p. m. in the large number of friends en-I hold their meeting in the home of the YMCA office, 415 Broad St
joyed the annual picnic of the
Hattie I. Club. I her son and daughter-in-law Mr. Thursday July 19th on their an- Masonic Temple 410 Broad Street Mrs. Blanche Schenk.
:and Mrs. John L. Neal and daughter nual picnic. The buses will make on the fourth floor. There Clara White Mission of refreshmentsfor on Friday.i'i : Plans for the outdoor party will
Eugene W. Fields of 3810 Haines Debra. Mrs. Neal is a member Friends invited was plenty t!
1 their usual stops. are All Masons are asked to attend. be completed at this time. C. L. Learn Commercial Art
St. is visiting her father and step- 'of Mt Tabor Baptist Church. to go with. them for a day everyone. I Collins business manager will be
Miss White thanks to
mother Mr. and Mrs. John R. of fun. Mrs. L. Lewis is the re expressed ':'in charge of the pleasure hour Start AnytimeC.
Mrs. Rebecca L. Debose of 1507 Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Koelman. Geo. I. APPROVED
Fields in Columbus. Ohio. He is porter.CollinsLaster". Bells : for this month.LJWhanrou.shoD.
a member of Morning Star Free- W. 16th St left the city recentlyfor Wedding Winniman, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mc- AMERICAN
Long Island. N. Y. to spent1 Mrs. Florida
Lauehlin. Dwight
will Baptist Church and the Apj 1i aUoA.-Marriage; SCHOOL OF ART
her vacation with her mother, Mrs. WilhelmenU,,KUiiwMy..Mrs- .Q hI ,
grandson of Mrs. Corine Gardner. !I Licenses washables .
"T\r If. _
tHat"I nes..a
i Mrs. Mary Wimberly and sister Abrams Mrs. Fannie Mickens D.,shop wisely. Select 106 EAST BAY STREET "'-
Mrs. Agnes Burns.Calendar. Wedding AnnouncedMr. Vaughn and I. Pinkney who assisted -!I need little or no ironing. You'll tad FU,
Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Coffeyof 710 Mars
The I Claude Hunter. B. St. her during this event. find plenty to choose from.
Ft. Pierce are recuperating in and Mrs. Trexie Collins of age 22 and Jeanette B. J. Nelson, p

the home of his mother at 1447 (t1entJ Marianna, Florida announces the 641 Franklin St, age 17. ..
Franklin Street. wedding 9f their daughter Hattie James N. Marshall Chicago, Ill.
of age 20 and Rosa M. Mitchell 1168
Collins to Robert Laster son
Mrs. Julia* M. Jones RN of The annual musical festival JOT Mr. and Mrs. Frank Laster of this W. 22nd St, age 18. : .,
Manhattan, N. Y., is in the city Choir 1 of the Mt. Zion Baptist Nathaniel Bell Jr, Rt 11, Box '''r1' ,
visiting her cousin, Mrs. J. E. Church will be given on Mondayat city.The 282 age 31 and Clydie M. Durham -
Davis at 1033 Scriven St Mrs. ft p. m. in the church auditor. wedding will be an eventof Rt 11, Box 282 age 18. ;
Sunday July 29th, at 2 m.
Jones will be in the city for sev- ium.A. Robt. King. 715 W. Beaver St,
in Grant Memorial AME Church. k
eral days. program featuring several age 24 and Altamese C. Ray, 1010
The minister Rev. J. W. Bur- '
musical of the city
groups Scriven St., age 24.
Mrs. Bessie Godfrey of 810 Clay participate on the program in- addition roughs will officiate.A Earl Jones 625 W. Union St. 11

St, is ill in her home. Mrs. God- to numbers, from Choir 1 reception will be held follow- age 24 and Marjorie Terry 4129 x

frey is a member of Grant Me- of the church. I ing the ceremony in the home of Moncrief Road, age 21.

morial AME Church and serves the groom's parents at 221 East Melvin McNeil Seattle, Wash.
on Stewardess Board 1. The Rev. A. B. Coleman pastor I Union Street. No invitations are age- 32 and Victoria A. Dawson. ;

of the Shiloh Baptist Church will being sent but friends of the East Palatka, Fla. age 31. T

Mrs. Amy Robinson mother of render an after service in the couple are invited. J. C. Green, 2079 W. 13th St,

Mrs. Vivian Williams and Mrs. Grant Memorial AME Church on I age 30 and Virginia P. Sledge,
returned to the Tuesday July 24 at 8:30 p. m. in'
Madeline Haynes 733 W. Church St. age 21.
city recently from Philadelphia, behalf of the Steward Board of StorkDeliveries Willie Williams 1289 W. 23rd

Pa where they visited relativesand the church.A St, age 58 _and Jacqueline .S. s'i
friends. George Livingston, Richardson 1289 :W. 23rd St, age
brother*ot Mrs. Robinson accom- musical tea. will be given on 44.

panied them to the city. Sunday from 4 to 6 p. tn. in the Nathaniel Freeman, Rt. 4, Box

dining room of the Mt' Ararat Barn TB: 593A. age 63 and Everlena Kolm.
Mrs. Mamie Wooten of Mari- Baptist Church. The'eVent will be Rt. 4, Box 443 age 42.
anna is visiting in the city with sponsored by District 30 of the Leon B. Bowman, 2950 Kings

her daughter Mrs. Queen B. Wil church.- Moses and Esabel Evans, Jr., Ave. age 39 and Mary F. Allen,
liams. 1417 W. 18th St, boy April 14. 1143 Steele Court age 38.

The annual outing for the Major and Essie Reed, Jr. 1730 James E. Phillips 820 BlancheSt.

The Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Barnes Church school of the Bowden Me- Rutledge Ave. boy, June 19. age 20 and Estella Seawright

have left the city for Crescent Ga. morial Methodist Church will be Bozie and Dollie Hartfield, 1403 Rt 9, Box 244B age 17.

to Tattend the Zion Assn. convening given to Little Talbot Island on E. 31st St, girl June 10. Jim Jones, 315 Cleveland St,

there. The Rev. Barnes is pastor Monday, July 16. Henry and Geneva Clemmons, age 45 and Corine Robinson, 315
of First African Baptist The bus will leave the churchat Cleveland St. 29.
607 W. State St. boy.. June 3. age
ChtJrch in'Ki 1gstandr Ga.;and Mt 8:30 a. m. I Louis Stubbs 1042 Kings Rd.
11th Carl and Vivian Porter, II, 710
Calvary Baptist Church, Feman-- The church is located on age 29 and Claudia M. Johnson,
Clay St, boy, June 2.
dina Beach. ,, Fla. .1 i and Pullman Streets. '751A West Duval St,-age 37. :
Charles and Lee Vater Calvin, %_c4A.4
Robt. DuBois, 510 Johnson St. r I
Sr. 2654 Lantana, boy, June 2.
Annie P. Cook 520
You D ft't Have. fo Go to Town to Get Walter and Carrie Holsey 759 Johnson age St. age 18. 1

N. Street Court boy, May 27.' Marcus Shivers 1045 W. Duval Its !
LOW PRICESOn Hosie and Eva McMullion 1830 St, age 22 and Mildred M. Mc- a .
George St, boy May 27. Tear 1045 W.. Duval-St, age 24.
Walter and Ida R. Porter. 88 Ellis Rice. 731 W. Church St. j

Your Short Dennis, boy. May 28. age 24 and ;Mamie Murrell 731 W. Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring Get Godefroy's Larieuse at your .

Lucious and :Marvin Bacon 632 Church St, age 22. can do more for your hair favorite cosmetic counter now- J

STORE NEEDS Court 'D, Blodgett Homes boy, ,Joshua Jones 55 N. Lincoln Ct, than you've ever dreamed of. the famous brand in the red box ,,,,
DRUG May 28.Melvin. age 20 and Betty J." Bryant 655 gives gray hair youthful new col- known and approved for more

and Dorothy Drayton N. Lincoln Ct, age 16. or. gives drab hair glowing than JO years. i/ts ... '
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store 1624 Tyler St, boy, June 21. Harry Simmons, Jr. 1216 'Stafford new color.leaves your hair soft, : A
John and Trixie Andrews, 1219 St. age 19 and Lena Anderson shining this very Jay I* 18 flittering ibaJenS -1
AdvertisedIn W. 3rd St. boy June 15. 8431 W. 18th St, age 19.
We Will Meet Any Prices I 1j
Moses and Dorothy Easton, 1359' Robt. King 715 W Beaver St.

Your Local Papers Spearing St, boy June 24. age 24 and Altamese C. Ray, 1010 j

Clifford and Blanche Albertie, Scriven St, age 24. !
Route 1, Box 85. Hilliard boy Ray Medlock Box 303 East Just ;;I

WOOD'S BUBS PHARMACY June 13.Marcellus. Palatka. Fla. age 31 and Mattie
and Gloria Davis, L. Fowler, 1674 McConihe St. age I
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PHONES El J-35T7-7I Billy and Madie TrueU, 5044 24.Theo..J. Jones Jr. 2314 Teal St,i .
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Pa.*' .., THE fLQIUDA STAR- Saturday July 14 1956

r Nail Baptist Deacons Convention Meets July 17-20 t:


Opciiig Pagr ill Special Event! Character Moulders In Our Community Rev. W. F. Oney I Hi. Ararat Choir 'I i

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Followed By Address By C. C. LewisThe .1, Will Speak At Sets AnniversaryChoir

Payne ChapelThe
3 of the Mt Ararat Baptist
22nd annual session of the National Baptist Deacons Convention -
Church will observe its 17th
of America, Inc, and the Women's Auxiliary will convene at w. '
x Rev. W. F. Oney will de- anniversary on Monday at 8 p. m.
the Fourth Baptist Church, Charleston South Carolina beginning
liver the main address for theMen's in the auditorium of the church.
July 1720.he Rev. P G. Daniels is pastor. of the church andP.
% Day program on Sunday at Participating on the program
H. Rivers host deacon. jI:
11 a. m. in the Payne Chapel at will be Mrs. Albreta Lang Mrs. 11
The executive officers are James I c ; 23rd and East Plateau Streets.Mr. Dora Washington Mrs. Vernell

Ross President of the Convention, i Grant Memorial R s Benekin and Mr. Philipsare Blythwood, Mrs. Ella Burke, Mrs.
Washington D. C. W. J. Calvin
; working toward success along Annie B. Singletary, the Heavenly
Recording Secretary, Richmond, i ir with the Rev. Thomas Dosure Fire Singers, Celestial Singers,
Va.; A. L. Wilkerson, Financial Steward Board s 4 u ,; : "* program chairman.The Choirs 1 and 3 and the male
Herbert Willis Corre-
Secretary; chorus of the Zion
Rev. J. W. Jones is pastorof Baptist
sponding Secretary, Chester, Pa.;I t In Anniversary the church. Church, male chorus of the Mt.
Mrs. Priscilla W. Ross, Presidentof I :. -' ; ; Ararat Baptist Church choirs of I
D. C. I < i___ ,
Auxiliary, Washington, ; St. Paul AblE Emanuel Baptist
Mrs. Ella Bailey Recording Secre-II The Steward Board of the Grant ;; Mt.
I y Calvary Baptist St Thomas Baptist Mt. Bethel.
tary; Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Laura Memorial AME Church will observe Slates Springhill Baptist Grace Baptist

Swann, Financial Secretary, Chas.}I I the .62nd anniversary on "Guest Hour"The Grant Memorial AME Church and
County, Md.. and Mrs. Frances P.!i i August 19-26 in the auditorium l' others.

Marshall, Corresponding Secretary of the church. Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of
The choirs the church and
Washington, D. C. The Rev. Richard L. Wilson of: School will observe "Guest Hour"on usher boards 2 and 4 will serve.

The music directress will be the West Friendship Baptist Sunday at which time each The Rev. Dallas J. Graham,
Mrs. Alleyne Rivers Charleston, Church and the Rev. B. H. Hart- pupil is asked to bring a visitoror
._ .. ._...., minister of the church will make
S. C.; Mrs. Tom Ella Cousins, ley, pastor of the Friendly Baptist the closing remarks. The publicis
Washington. D. c.. and Mrs. Ed- Church will render an after sery- MEN OF THE CLOTH In the photo above are seen the men who provide spiritual guidancefor. The pupil bringing the largest invited.

monia Hubhes, .the community and as such are responsible for the teaching of Christian principles which are important number of visitors will be hon-

Opening the program at 8 p. m. ice.On August 20 the Rev. W. E. to the moral development of our people. These men, all ministers, are members of the Baptist ored.

will be a special event under the Young, pastor of the Tabernacle Ministers Brotherhood of Duval and Adjacent which meets every Monday at Bethel Baptist Church. In Following the Sunday School
auspices of the Deacon's Union of Baptist Church, the Rev. H. H. the front row from left are: Rev. D. B. Bond. Rev. G. T. McCall. Rev. H. H. Robinson. Rev. J. J. Jones refreshments will be served.J. Mt. Ararat Group I

Charleston and vicinity. Malcolm Wright of the Evergreen Baptist Rev. C. S. James. Rev. D. V. Young. Rev. R. Davis. Rev. H. W. Stuckey. Rev. W. S. People. Rev. G. W. C. Burney is superintendentof

Yelverton will respond to the wel- Church and the Rev. W. D. Wel- Miller. Back row: Rev. E. V. Grant Rev. H. Norris. Rev. J. Callaway. Rev. G. W. Phillip. Rev. C J. the Sunday School and the To Render RecitalThe i

come address followed by the introduction come of the New St. James AME Walkins. Rev. J. W. MashalL Rev. C. C. Daniel, Rev. B. Allen. Rev. C. A. Weaver. Rev. J. C. Sams and Rev. W. M. Hills is pastor of the

of presidents.On Church will conduct the service. Rev. S. King. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO church.
Wednesday the convention The Rev. R. L. James of the famous Mt Ararat Quintetewill j
with the sunrise the Rev. be heard in an after service. 1
will open prayer Central Baptist Church,
meeting followed by a study pe- Norris Hill Jr. of the St Matthew West Jacksonville District Meet J Second Baptist Pallbearers musical recital Sunday night, July :
\ 15 in
the African Universal
riod. The keynote address will be Baptist Church and the Rev. Ern- ,

made by Alfred Banks of Mt. est W. Newnam of the St. Joseph To Be Held At Green Cove SpringsThe t Plans Celebration Elect Officers Church corner 1st and Milnor Sts. I
Vernon, N. Y. The president's Church will be in charge on August The Mt Ararat Quintete is well
annual address will be made at 21. known the music-loving public

2 p. m. James Ross of Washington Wednesday, August 22.-the Rev. Mt. Zion AME Church, Green Cove Springs will house the Of Dual OccasionThe Pallbearer's Group No. :216! met having sung their way into the

D. C. is scheduled to make T. W. Bullard pastor of the St. West Jacksonville District Tri-Convention and workshop of the on June 20 with Mrs. Lois Caneat hearts of the people of Jackson-

the address and will be presentedby Stephen AME Church the Rev. Sunday School ACE League and Missionary Workers beginning 27th anniversary of District which time officers for 1956 ville and surrounding cities wherever -

Hugh Morris. A pageant will O. R. Jackson of the Central CME July 18-20. 13 and the 12th anniversary of were elected. they hake appeared. The

be presented by Mrs. Bessie Matthews Church and the Rev. L. B. Wash- The program will begin with Deacon Robert Givings will be ob- The Rev. G. W. Miller was group has been commended for

chairman of field workers ington of the Midway AME the Minister's Council, July 18 at served Sunday at 3 p. m. in the elected president; Rev. C. S. its unique arrangements of such

department of auxiliaries at 6 Chuch will be in charge. 3 p. m. At 7 p. m, the Rev. A. D. Rev. C. C. BrownTo Second Baptist Church.A James, vice-president; financial songs as "Precious Memories," "I"
L. of Harris will deliver the sermon. secretary Mrs. Christine Frazier Want To Be More Like Jesus
p. m. The Rev. B. Wynn, pastor program has been planned ;
J. H. Jackson, first vicepresident the Abyssinia Baptist Church, the The Reverends J. A. Roberts, J. for the occasion. F. Henry Williams -! recording secretary Mrs. Rena "He's So Wonderful and many
'of deacons union of Chatta- Rev. C. A. Weaver of the Day S. McKnight, N McCray will be Give SermonAt will introduce the speakerand Woods; teller, Mrs. Ella Johnson; other selections many of which

nooga. Tenn. will make the address Spring Baptist Church and the in charge of Holy Eucharist. K. D. Britt Jr. will deliver treasurer, Mrs. Aretha White; they will be heard singing in the

on Thursday at the morning Rev. L E. Nelson, pastor of the The Rev., E. T. Wright will preside EventThe the main address. Others. to appear -. chaplain Rev. J. S. Sanders; marshal July 15th recital. !
session. A special musical program Bethelehem Baptist Church will at 9:30: a. m. on July 19. A. Laymen on the program will be the B. H. Jackson; inner guard

will be featured from 6:30 preside. Cottrell district superintendentwill Johnson sisters. Miss Annett J. C. Calhoun; chairman sick
Mt. Carmel
to 8:30: p. m. The king and queen Friday, August 24, the Rev. A. conduct the model Sunday Rev. C. C. Brown, pastor of Baker, Mrs. Edna Smith MarionG. committee Mrs. Lula James. Baptist

contest will be held at 9 p. m. Andrews. Allen Chapel AME School and the Rev. Pittman will the Springhill Baptist Church, Dingles, Mrs. Willie Tanner, The next meeting will be heldon Sunday School Sets

Rossee Clarke is running for king Church, the Rev. Pittman of the make the review. The Rev. N. will deliver the sermon for the Mrs. Ernestine Flowers Robert July 18. Members are asked to

and Mrs. Sadie Life for queen. Mt. Moriah AME Church and the McCray will deliver the noonday Layman Brotherhood Union's Talent Givings and the Rev. K. D. Britt. come prepared to pay dues as this Anniversary EventThe

The main address will be made Rev. C. J. Crosby will conduct the sermon followed by a ten-minute program on Wednesday. July is the last meeting before the

by C. C. Lewis of Charleston, S. service. song service at 3:30: p. m. by the 18 in the auditorium of .the Sec- board meets in Tampa Sunday School of Mt. Car- 1

C. at Jriday.morning. session... The Rev.R.Simpson of the Zion district choir."The; Missionary program ond Baptist Chufch. Church NotesThe I mel Baptist Church will observeits
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Trope-Baptrsrenurcf,-tnelteV'WM. : held'af 5 p. m. with The junior choir of the church Anniversary Monday night

session. Hill of the Mt. Calvary Baptist Mrs. Gallic D. Akery, district will render music with Mrs. Lillian Mt. Tabor Event July 16th, at 8 p. m. in the main
Friday at 10 a. m. session there A. L. Scottof assisted auditorium of the church. Rev.
Church and the Rev. president in charge by King at the console. foot-rally of the Day Spring
will be ten minute addressse fromM. .the New Hope AME Church Mrs. W. E. Harris, Mrs. Olivia Allen Jackson, John Gray, Baptist Church will terminate on! Set For July 16th"The W. E. Young of Tabernacle Bap-
C. Williams of New York and will preside. Harrell and the Rev. H. A. Han- James Gainey and Claude Blue July 29 with duel day order of' tist Church will be the principal

Richmond Chatman Washington, kins. The Rev. J. A. Roberts will will be among the persons appear- worship.The speaker for the occasion.

D. C The address will be made preside at 7 p. m. Rev. S. E. Fel- ing on the program. A discussion men will have charge in Princess' Parade Over the The Male Chorus of Tabernacle
by C. C. Lewis, Charleston, S. C, deliver the main address and the der will deliver the sermon. from the subject "The Tare and the morning and the women will Bridge of Love" will be presentedon Church will also appear. An en-

Secretary of the Deacon's Unionof missionary sermon will be given On July 20 at 9:30 a. m, the, the Wheat" wilfbe a main featureat be in charge at the evening wor- July 16 in the Mt. Tabor Baptist joyable program has been ar
Charleston, S. C. and chairmanof by the Rev. Ogle Bittle New Ha- Rev. Pittman will preside. The i this occasion. ship. S. L. Davis Mrs. Lucy High- Church by the President's ranged. Rev. C. C. Daniels is the
Auditing Committee of Con- ven, Conn. New Council of the East Florida and
superintendents of St. Paul George Burns is president of tower and Mrs. Louise Holley will pastor.
vention.WOMEN'S. The afternoon session will include Bethel, Callahan and St. Matthew the union. head the Bethany Senior Women's Conven-
w OUXIL1AHY memorial services with Mrs. will conduct the Sunday School groups. tion.

The Women's Auxiliary will Frances Marshal an dothers pre- work. Rev. G. M. Champion will District 6 of the Mt. Vernon Modeling of the latest styles in BAPTIST MINISTERSTO

open their session on Thursday, siding. Mrs. Sarah Henderson, deliver the noonday sermon. Rev.S. WOMEN'S' DAY SET Baptist Church under the leader- afternoon and evening attire will MEET MONDAYThe
L July 19 at 10 a. m. The annual President, Auxiliary Surburban Andrews will preside at 3 p. m. be a special feature of the event.
of Wilson James will cele-
sermon will be delivered by Rev. Baptist Deacons Union, Pa. will The delegates from the various AT FIRST BAPTIST ship A program with Miss S. Gen-

c. Rodney Young of Charles County, deliver the ajddress. churches Will discuss "Christianity ON JAX BEACH brate the twenty-seventh anniver- wright, James Bowers, Mrs. M. L. Baptist Ministers Brotherhood
DEPARTMENT sary of the district on Tuesday, of Duval and adjacent coun-
YOUTH Johnson will be
A The Rev.B. participating
Young Religion. pre-
Md.Discussions will be made by observe its 8th session at this July 17 at 8 p. m. in the church sented. ties will meet Monday in the
F. Ballard will preside at 7
Jacksonville Beach Women'sDay auditorium.Mrs. .
Mrs. E. M. Eggelston, Baltimore time. Caroline Holloman of Washington m. The program will be con- Mrs. M. L. Johnson will act as Bethel Baptist Church.
\ p. will be observed on July 22 Emma Hammock is
presi- The Rev. G. T. McCall will
Md., Mrs. Mamie Wright, Charleston. ,D.C. is first vice-president; ducted by the youth. narrator and Mrs. Lucile Home
in the First Baptist Church. dent of the district and the Rev.G. .
S. CI! and Mrs. Sally Baldwinof Shirley Jennings, Washington, D. Butler will preside at the piano. preview the Sunday School lesson -
New York from subtheme's.Mrs. C., second vice-president; Joan The Rev. Mrs. Bartley will deliver T. McCall, pastor of the Church.A Mrs. D. Home is president of and the Rev. G. W. Phillips will
Marie White will summarize the morning address at 11 give the order of the day.
Tierrell, Hartford, Conn. record- Ministers Deacons the Council which announced that
the theme's. ing secretary Wilma McAdoo, a. m. followed by a program in meeting will be held on Sun- the is The Rev. H. H. Robinson is
public invited.
Friday. Mrs. Verna Stevens will Washington, D. C. corresponding Union: Slates MeetThe the afternoon with Miss Evelyn day at 4:30 p. m. in the home of president and the Rev. G. W. Miller -
Baker The Rev. Mrs. Mrs. Venice Williams 326 Caro-
sercetary and Mrs. Mary Jones, reporter.
LEARN TO, DRIVE Washington; D. C. and-Mrs. Ace- quarterly session of the Howell will be guest speaker. line Street by the Greater Grant Mrs. Alberta Williams

tie Qekkest TlM ..... ola King Mt. Vernon, New York, Ministers and Deacons Mutual the evening worship.Mrs. Memorial AME Church. Leads Women's Group I
Way T. Ucm Supervisors.Miss Union auxiliary to the Emanuel Ruby Harris will serve as I In Anniversary EventMrs. DAYTIME AND EVENINGSTV
Association general chairman for this event. SERVICE
Shirley Jennings will bring Progressive Baptist ,
AJAXDRIVING greetings from the Youths of the will meet in the Mt. Zion Baptist! I Alberta J. Williams, presi- CALLS .

SCHOOL States, Rev. Alfred D. Williams, Church, Greenland, July 2529. WILL PREACH AT dent of theJunior Women's Mis- STEVENS TV
deliverthe 22 had been scheduled for Bishop M. Baker FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE
will July
Chattanooga Tenn. I
CALL EL 4-0639 sionary Society of the Second
Call EL 6-0894
annual sermon, the youn people's the first assembly and the wel- To Deliver Address -
I i.i Baptist Church will lead the
F;. George Perpcna chorus will sing and the come program will be held on Guaranteed Work -
A visiting minister, the Rev. W. group when the 10th anniversary
: 1134 W. 5th Street l i meeting will terminate with discussions July 25.The Delivering the main address at .1 M. Smith of the.First New Zion I is observed on Monday at 8 p. m.
of youth topics. buses will pick up the delegates the anniversary celebration of district Baptist Church will preach on I in the auditorium of the church.

at designated points accord- 2 of the Friendly Baptist July 20 in the First Baptist Mrs. Williams is serving her sec I UPHIGHTS
ing to the secretary. R. B. Wil- '
Church on July 17 at 8 p. m. will Church, Jacksonville Beach in the ond term as leader. wonted I "BadderWeekneu"tosttl g
liams. i. Up MichU (too I Itec InqHl1C". IIerDJDa K ttc--
be .
Bishop M. Baker. interest of the Women's Day
pro ,
1. Each church is to send urtntUoa or 8&roq. CI a4 VrtMI
WHO IS COMING expected tae te canaaa Kidney sad Bladder Irrttottouk -
LOOK representatives. Bishop Baker is minister of the gram scheduled for July 22. PATRONIZEFlorida I tor OT8TZZ for qcick.fntUTtnc.eoalortttt .
Church of the Living God. The appearance of this great *bain.A Mlbac OTBTSZ ttbtoU
StarAdvertisers wed to put U safety acid
V. Fred McQuay, leader of the dis-I minister is expected to bring I, ...... Art ttrmqart yarn tar prove OTBTCC now
OM ef the werle" greatest aces ef RcligUiii Ceas lriag Advising trict, is requesting the full support I friends throughout the beaches nttrtscrva or oce7-bI*tumaue.
r:, tithe? Hints c.. Mr T.. i* ..r way with your succsu. ..M y Rev. B. J. Williams of the district. and the city to the .
sad ether ... ".... Hfehwvrs IUc........ M..y k.ve bo-jfct homes, program.CHAMPION'S
Called To Orlando
i % .......n.., started beak ccconmts end have fc.4 daily success ..
'; well n SPECIAL week end blessfef s. If etkers have feiled you. Get For Mother's FuneralThe RITZ THEATREFriday

1'. the hick ye. need new by nuking a letter with .., desire yev need. .

,- M..y send their R.lykvs. Meney. Love end ether erotUns. te ns with Rev. Benjamin J. Williams, and Saturday July 13 14
: denetUn for special success .f $10.00 ... $15.00 end receive ...r July Specials -
elder of the North Jacksonville
r Bible. Verses (Blessed. to help like Mee.k. Also we send t. each presiding "AT GUN POINT"
perse wha write ear Cress er Blessed. Coin which helps re bring special District AME Church was sad
f week end help.' Hear .s br dcesting 'ever Mr. Ken Knight's called to Orlando due to the deathof -
,...,... let us help" yea es. w. have helped thousand here and his mother, Mrs. Sarah Wil- Nylon Stretch Sox .. _.. 3 pairs $1.00 "TOUGH ES.rr MAN ALIVE"Sunday
k' there" Ite a hit I. life. There are ne problems. too difficult fer awe
Address. all lotto's end doneHens to iams. Sixes. 21 -50 Monday Tuesday

I f Funeral service was scheduledfor Dress Slacks .. ...U. ... now just $2.99 FIRST RUN -
Saturday at 2 p. m. in the ML
BISHOP R. HIKES Olive AME Church, Orlando Short Sleeve Sport Shirts .U. .- $1.39 "FOOT STEPS: I IN THE FOG""THE"SP6JLERS"

Rev. and Mrs. Williams may be

1204 Burgen Street, Brooklyn, N. Y. Letters contacted at 311 S. Lee St, Or- Handkerchiefs .. '.. ................ ... 12-for $1.00Our .

Send Telegram. te 2137th 7th Ave., NYC. Phase. UN 44125 Special Wednesday and ThursdayALAN
Straw Hats. $1.00 LADD

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'Sttanfoy July 14, 1956 THE fLOKlDA STAR
Pate Fto

Negroes Ask Desegregation By September I **

_Virginians Take Desegregation I I Musical Revue Committee Off YWCA Dawson, Diggs I **

Suit To Federal District Court II'.I I ; '-. :".-...'. __. ; To Frame Plank **

:f'.r (o :. ,r On Civil Rights *
Richmand, Va. Colored attorneys will ask.the Federal District' ,..::.: :', '. i.'.: ; *

Court to order the county desegregated -
by September with
< *
Washington Rep. William L.
progress reports between now and then. P
ic Dawson of Chicago and Rep. *
White citizens vow they will r (Charles C. Diggs, Jr. of Detroit

Berlhel close public schools rather than I e: ,if" .;.z colored Congressmen, are members *

SimpkinsWins integrate them. .n, .' <- ..l'" of the resolution committee I} *

Prince Edward County, 50 per : ; of the Democratic National Convention ieet
Outboard cent white and 50 per cent coloredis .fr P which has the task of 1

more on the spot than any framing a civil rights plank in the *

Motor Race Cup other Southern community in the! i I t party platform in Chicago. *

segregation fight. They have said ; Dawson is 70 and js called a
Prince Edward County will con ,I moderate. He was born in Georgia /au

tinue to* operate segregated i |and will settle for a reaffirmation (

schools "unless specifically ordered I ,f|of the 1952 civil rights plank in

to make an immediate start I I, the 1956 Democratic platform. *
A tip of the Pepsi Cap to
toward desegregation and to rom.j I| Diggs is 33 and a militant. He is these ontstaAdlax yent

plete this desegregation a,I a native of Detroit and a member. Americans, who make oar
prescribed period o! time." I I of a wealthy family of under- country and our commultya
better place in whiSk! Utive.
The NAACP has filed four other takers. He states he is going to *

segregation! suits against Virginia 4f4' .1 j Chicago in the belief that the
school boards. One against Charlottesville -: : i Democrats ought to give more * *

fF is'to be heard in federal :zing to the civil rights plank, a *

court next Thursday, one'against I j belief that will raise the hackles

: Arlington is not yet set for hear N J" l: 1 i jof Southerners on the resolutions *

k ing and Nov: 17 for cases against I .., .'t..:,-.... >9t "" committee. He said it should "be *
: -
Norfolk and Newport News. ..r.j tV."t. .. 1 brought up to date and we should
'Xf+ .,, t : '+ | give some notice to the 1954 Su. *

!I I PLANNING MUSICAL Members of the Musical Revue Committee of the YWCA which met preme *

Mt. Sinai Juniors last week in the new YWCA building at Jefferson and Eighth Streets to discuss plans for a musical I *

4k rl revue are seen here. From left are Mrs. Alice Johnson Mrs. Ruth Solomon. seated at piano; Mrs. Florence Penalties x
1 Dixon. YWCA Secretary; and Mrs. Anita Gamer.FLORIDA STAR PHOTO *
Observe Tag Day -. .
For Violators Of *

"Junior Mission Tag Day" will Rev. J. A. Roberts The Forum convenes every YWCA Will Hold
_.....?"""""" --- ,; third Sunday and has become one *
be observed by the Junior Missionary -
A crowd of approximately 3500 Society of Mt. Sinai Bap- i of the most popular religious and I Narcotics Laws roi

attended the Outboard MotorRaces tist Church on July 22. Is Forum Speaker![ cultured programs in the city. "Open House"Here WALTER JAMES
The 5:00
meeting begins at
July 4 at New Berlin. HARLEY
.on Mrs. Colleen .Cunningham has i Washington A compromisebill Sew Stanton Senior

Berthel Simpkins winner of,the announced that during.the even For ACE. League ;, July 29th"Open drastically tightening penalties High dealers SchoolPepsiCola *

Schaefer Championship trophy ing worship "Woman's Hour" will I Law School Graduates for narcotics violators was ap- recognition to City-wide give *
last the proved by Congress and then Drill Master for School
championship sent
year be presented under the direction
League president A. Cottrell Safety Patrols and
Admitted To PracticeIn House" for the YWCA captain ifir
trophy again this year. to President Eisenhower. Df New Stanton Boys Pa
of. Mrs. M. .K. Gibson, district announced on last Sunday that I
Albert Parris had motor trouble president. A playlet "The Lost the Christian Endeavor's rgeular District Court A.location.L. Lewis 582 Branch W. in its new The bill would authorize a juryto charge trols. talnta'yasm-n: :

and was-not able to start and Souls" will be featured. Torum I i I 8th Street will impose the death sentence on team which won secondprize
monthly had chosen for its in drilling
be held on July 29 from 4 top 6 competi if
George. Christopher was tossed At the evening worship Miss .July speaker the Rev. J. A Rob- Theries Lindsey and Alfonso m. any Person convicted of sellingor lion in Washington D. C.

from his boat and was not able to Mercedes Kelly Miss Jacquelin erts, new pastor of the St. Paul McGhee recent graduates of Fla. The branch chairman Mrs. Wile giving heroin to youngsters *

're-enter as the race ..started.T. Lucas, Miss Meltonia Cobb:. Mrs. AME Church. A. and M. University College of ner Dorrell has appointed the following scale under of 18. It would set up a'new ** *

Nelson Orlando; Joe Williams Alice Burroughs and choir 2 of All league workers are anxiousto Law were admitted to. practice committees to assist Mrs. mandatory jail penaltiesfor t
convicted of *
Orlando; Israel Stalling, the church will render music. me et with the newly transferred I before the United States District Mabel Latson house chairman narcotic persons drugs of selling and

'city; Samuel Nathan city and minister and it seemed ,fitting* Court for the Northern District of with the observance: forbids marijuana *

Arthur Martin, Eustis were among that he should be given an opportunity Florida recently.. Refreshments. Mrs. S. N. Starks, probations, suspensions or *
sentence to offend-
New Berlin Outboard Motor and or any
other winners.. to speak to the youth of the The oath was administered by Mrs. Ann McGee and Mrs. MamieR.
er. It would also increase
Ski Clubs'with Edward Holt present
All winners received Schaefer church. Federal Judge Dozier Devane. Simpson; program Mrs. Bernice *
jail and fine for
Outboard penalties
commodore of the Club possessors
trophies presented by J. D. Rev. Roberts is a forceful speaker I Dean Thomas Jenkins of the Green and Mrs. Ruby Morris-- of narcotics. a

Brooks. and Samuel Nathan president of and promises a message especially -i college of law accompanied the ette; publicity Mrs. Aldonia Joy-j A person convicted of selling *

The event was sponsored by the the Ski Club. designed for young people. i two attorneys. ner Mrs. Anita Garner and Mrs.! narcotics for the first time would

Hallie Sampson; hostesses, Mrs. receive a jail sentence of 5 to 20 *

Madeline Jones and Mrs. ElizaBeth and fine of .
years a up to $20,000.If *
Jacksonville' Favorite Thrift and Home Financing Institution t Meuse.
the offense involved sales to a
Contributions from Y-Teen under 18 second offence
person or a *
Clubs include Dupont $4.55; John the
jail sentence would be
REPORT Gorrie $5.00 J Kirby Smith $5.00 10 to 40 years. *
and Baldwin School $6.18. Others Present maximum jail terms for *

who wish to contribute may do so. persons possessing narcotics BURNETT WHIGHAM
Mrs. F. Dixon is New Stanton Senior
would be doubled and
fines would High School
to Our Investment and rector of the YWCA and Mrs. Lat be increased from a mandatory Miss Whigham is member
son, house chairman.FLORIDA of patrol at New Stanton.
$2,000 to up to $20,000 in the discretion
Savings Share Accounts of the court. Jail sentences 11A-4 cheerleader class, member chaplain of of a
local church. She is popular
would be mandatory for secondor westsider and leader
.STAR subsequent offenses. in her community.
i The new jail terms for possessors
Condensed Statement of Condition OFFICERS EVERY I I would be 2 to 10 years for the * *

COLORED HOME first offense 5 to 20 for the sec. ,
o' "' a rggya *
. and offense and 10 to 40 for the
ofFidelity Walter D. Shelly ----'- I
third or subsequent4H *1

C. R. Tt't.. Jr.

Federal. Wce-rVefiJent *

Assf.Clifton Vice-President P. Sweet .- Club GirlsAttending' *

"4 J. Harlan MoanSecretary ij *
"", t. i % CampMarianna
Sayings and Loan. AssociationAfter Aubrey G. SawyerAsst. ;% *
W. Davis Shelly *
Close of Business June 30th 1956 ; < z'.f TreasurerEdward : According to.a report
H. Tutt by Virginia V. Dickens *

from ComptrollerDIRECTORS .. ....': Home Demonstration Agent 49 L
Report Made to Federal Home Loan Bank' y 4 H Club girls left on Monday to I

.. attend the summer camp at Doe + ., *
'RESOURCES .' :'1 Lake. The camp is located in the
National Forest Ocala. EARLIE WALKER *
First Mortgage Loans .._ .___ .r ..,.. _.___... $17.245,437.74 J. Horloa Mann t near New SUnton Senior
Mrs. Alleather Dixon and Mrs.Ciller' School .
Loans on Savings: Acc oun ts'l -.. .t-...... ... .....-. ... 197.916.85 Manager of the Association i : HUB *
Additional h 0 nor s are,
W. Davis Shelly
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock .. .n ...... .., .- ....- J.. .. 350000.00 Treasurer of the Association Pittman members of the given this patrolman ofNew *

United States Government Bonds ."._ .--_.. _...__...--r., ..-.--.-!'.... ,1.8(8.876.30 William E. Arnold, Jr. >i il Springfield and St. Mary Home member Stanton.of 10A-S Walker homeroom a

Cash on Hand and in Banks .. ...... _n..._..... __......._.-'_._...,_n'. _, 904,939.34 General Contractor Demonstration Club are attending and actively engaged *
Office Building and Equipment (Less Depreciation) __.._..... 89446.78 Ray Mcliityre the camp with the group. useful in church movements.and teenage A *

Deferred Charges and Other Assets .... ..n_...._..._..._......___.._.__ ... 11,679.09 Insurance Leon and Madison are the other keen interest is shown by
James H. O'ReillyInvestments him in radio and he plansto
counties represented. become a radio technician. *
__' $20:6.8.346.10: Harold F. SaielbyeSaxefoye I Instruction in recreation personal 1r'
& Powell I grooming crafts nature
---'. **-* ArchitectsWalter study and health will be given * *

Savings Accounts _. .....".._.. .. .n ._.__...__._-.._......... ....... ... 19419267.85 Real D Estate..Shelly during the week. Aside from 4

Loans in Process .'...-. ... _..._ __1..'. ... u.... _'''n.__?_.- < -.....:. 40495.75 C. R. Thebaut, Jr. 1 classes, the girls will attend mo-

Other Liabilities .____. ._.._,_.._ ..... .. .n.n. .. ____...._. 116.604.49 Secretary.lreasurer., vies, talent programs and candlelight Congratulations from Pepsi
Specific Reserves _i... ... _.. ..-.1: ....n._. "_:n_...__.,_"_'.n'_.." 5.23 Affweatner Tire l ceremonies.On Cola to these three Merit
General Reserves f.._!....._.., ..... .- .. ,.....-.. 963830.04 orCoi'pa ,tt __ the return trip the group Award winners! -

Surplus ... ... __.._ _":..'".,__....- 4..-.,-....-- _......- 108.142.74 Attorney Lila Baron (above) swings a will visit Silver Springs. .* Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

Total, Reserves and Surplus .,..';..,?._M.-.nn_*..... ".... ._ '_n .. 1071972.78 General Counsel I mean whip in the brand new first ---- .. -- salutations .. Pepsi 1400 Cola
Jennings, Watts
; n. $20.648,346.10 run western drama. "BROKEN! dial Saturdays 10 -
Clarke oW Hamilton GETTING UP NIGHTSIf on your
STAR" starring Howard Duff 11 A.M.

: showing Sunday through Tuesday ting worried Up Nights byBladder or Bed Wetting WeataewOet too frequent }
burning or itching urination or
.t.--R. at the Roosevelt. Co-hit also firstrun
,.-- Strong Smelling. Cloudy Urine dee to *
is Paramount's technicolorhit. I i common Kidney and Bladder Irritations
try CY3TEX for quick 90 year* BM
..... "GIRL RUSH" with Rosalind I Drove safety for young :;t old Aik dmg *
(lit for OTTSTEt under money-back guuatec. -
Russell and Fernando Lamas. 8eo now fait yoa improre.
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.... Hours 9 to 3:30 Saturday 9 ,to 12' Closed .. Legal Holidays l'd' dad JacksonvilleEofrosh

a 3 r. Safety of Your Investment INSURED up to $10,000 -

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Peg Six THE FLORIDA StAR Saturday July \14, 1956

News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I


Putnam County. News city by'plane Monday for Califor- First FAMU Law GradPASSES i Miss Edna Calhoun Pomona Park News
nia to be at the bedside of her I j f

sister who i is ill 0 Attending WorkshopAt
Indiana U.
i By Mrs. Florence McBride
803.Medium Street P&lalka. Florida Following a visit here with relatives i

Phone> East 5-302S and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Tallahassee Miss Edna M. Services at Mt. Tamo Baptist

( Edward Smith and son returnedto "y. Calhoun. dean of women at Flor- I Church were highly enjoyed thru-

A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK"God their home in Hartford Conn. i a L.:t'i ida A and M University is attend- out the day. Rev. Woods delivered

calls i us":'when. we are busy,'fc ; Satan calls us when we are idle. *It ing the workshop of the National I Communion the morning service and Holy

Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Belton had : Association of Deans of Women I I was administered

as their house guest for the past convening at Indiana University.
Last week,Mrs. Melba Johns Marshall received our invitation to two weeks Miss Francina Carterof Bloomington. Several quartets from various

be the guest of the*Florida Star'to the movies. She was accompaniedby Jacksonville.Mrs. 4 p dRt The workshop is under the direction I I parts of the state were present

her husband oftwo weeks. of Dr. K. H. Muller, na- Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. at

- This week we extend an invitation Willie Ella Harris returned eii tional authority in the field of college I Allen Chapel AME Church. The

to a young lady who is very: Mrs. Louise Johnson has returned to her home in Jacksonvilleafter I rx and university personnel. wonderful singing was enjoyedby

popular among the young people. to Miami after visiting her a very pleasant week with Twenty-four t additional deans of 1 all

She is a very fine and unassumingperson. mother Mrs. Bertha Norward whois relatives at Interlachen. She also d women in addition to Miss Cal- I 1I

: She is very ,active jn ill visited Mrs. Janie Bell Williams of houn, representing some of the Weekly prayer meeting was

Bethel AME Church and is employed lastings.Miamia&s. nation's top educational institutions held at Mt. Tamo Baptist Church

as a receptionist in a fine Mr. and Mrs. J, H. McGriff and are in attendance the I'last Tuesday night.

young professional man's office. their four sons enjoyed a fine tripto workshop.
Friends throughout the State
She has a brother and a cute little Tampa and other places in
will regret to learn of the deathof
sister and also lives with her South Florida. One of their sons Washability saves time and PATRONIZEFlorida
Mrs. Ada Bell Parrish. Mrs.
mGtA4 r. I am sure she knows this is a Florida Star salesman. money plan for it when you I Star
Parrish the of the
was daughter
invitation is for her. If she doesn't choose apparel and home furnish :
late Sim Anderson of Tifton Ga.
her boss does. Miss Mary Frances Singletonbecame ings. :
and Mrs. Della Anderson Lewisof
the bride of William
Mr. and Mrs Thomas (Wee Hardy.;Jr. on June 16 in the homeof

Wee) Carter and their four chil- Rev. and Mrs. James Cham- # BEGIN 1U 1f04l

dren returned: to their home in blics. East Hastings. Fl*.

Hartford, Conn, Tuesday after a Mrs. Hardy is the lovely daughter Sue FLORIDA BAR EXAM Attorney Alphonso McGee of sled.. RGUKS of S ".rahd uf-s IICIII

very pleasant weeks' visit herewith of Mr. and Mrs. William Sin- Tallahassee, the first male graduate of the college of law at FloridaA "'r lilt IM. ." u viet "...

Rev. and Mrs. Ralph Carter gleton of Hastings Florida. Mr. For Desegregation and M University, recently passed the Florida Bar Association

parents of Mr. Carter. Hardy is the son of Mrs. Lillie examination and is permitted to engage in the practice'of law within 1
Hardy and the late William Hardy the State. He is shown receding congratulations from University

-Mr. and Mrs. Gilyard Green of Sr. Miami A suit filed June 12 President George W. Gore, Jr.

1 1. Cih Street have ss their house The couple will make their by the NAACP and the fathersof (fA and M staff photo by C. J. Smith. III)

guests Mrs. Leroy Smith and four home with the groom's mother at six; colored students asked the

children Sandra ,, Roslin Linda, Federal Point Fla. school board its individual:members SEND NO MONEY!

and Leroy Jr. of New York City. and Supt. W, R. Thomas to Registration Voters LeagueS CD
Write today for complete d.fa3s about .
Mrs. Geneva Meeks. prominent come up with a plan to "expedi- INFORMATION
Positively No
".Deacon W. M. Jones was in business woman. spent a pleasant tiously" integrate schools. At FAMUAired ek To Register my Obfigotio*!

Gainesville last Tuesday and vacation with relatives and The school board through Attorney -

Wednesday visiting his relatives.Mr. friends at Vero Beach and Miami Edward F, Boardman, contends IAT OTBS 421 Smnfh A*. New York 1. ..L

Florida. : that no facts in the suit indicate I Registrar E. M. Thorpe released 170,000 Voters
and Mrs. Otis McClendon the school board. has refused information that 2022 persons are 1

returned to their home in Savan- Prof. and Mrs. W. E. Harris to desegregate schools as.. enrolled in the summer session at

nah last Tuesday after spendingthe their daughter, Doris and son. W. soon as possible. Florida A and M University.The DAYTONA BEACH-More than
150 representatives attended the LISTENTO
week-end in Palatka visitingMr. -
E.Jr. have returned home follow- -
In a move to entirely dismiss, first semester 2,649 students
Florida Voters League in its meet-
and Mrs. Walter Wright and
ing a tour through several leading the integration suit the school
attended; the second semester, ing at Bethune Volusia Beach. THESE PROGRAMS
family. cities in the States and Canada. board motion concentrated on six I 2399 were in attendance.The .
Edward Davis of Ocala was re-
points. breakdown of the Presented by the
The many friends of Mrs. Gwen- Clifford Sylvester Pinkney a elected president; Horace Hill legal -
The board contends that no' enrollment is as followsboarding
dolyn Green will be glad to learn native of Hastings who had resided adviser and Maxwell Saxon "FLORIDA STARfor
claim is presented on which relief, students men 164 women
hav- relations.A .
after public
that she is convalescing in Cleveland for a numberof
can be granted; that no cause of, 513; city students men, 615, women -
ing been'ill for the past week. rmeport of current segrega- Your Listening Pleasure
died at a hospital in .
years, action is stated; that the suit fails I 730; total men, 799, total.
Cleveland, Ohio a week ago Tuesday to show it belongs in Federal women, 1243; total boarding students -: tion conditions was made in this
Ellis and Mrs. Al- and similar from
Mrs. jColene I area reports rep-
night. Court; that the petitioners fail to 677 and total_city students, "Star Time"Over
berta Swendell attended the one- of resentatives in other Florida
Mr. a graduate
show that they've used up all possible 1345. I
day beautician' clinic in Jacksonville the Hastings Vocational Training administrative processes;i chapters.A Station WRHC

last Monday. School Bethune-Cookman Col- that Federal Court cannot grant resolution was made by the Friday Nites 11:30 to 12

lege and Wilberforce University.He the relief desired and that there is Sneak PrevueAt group commending the Leon p.m.

The many friends of Mrs. Bea- was. also a veteran of World no justifiable issue between the County chapter at Tallahassee for FEATURING RHYTHM AND BLUES

trice Pearcy were glad to see her War II serving as a master ser- colored people and the school Strand, rhe"atreStrand its move toward achieving "first
in the city. Mrs. Pearcy is better and --=---
geant and was instructor in the boards. class citizenship" status.

known.as Mae B.: She was a very Public School system of Florida Theatre management an- The FVL has planned a goal of

popular beautician in the city be- at Eatenville. nounces a special studio sneak 170 registered colored voters in The Shopping Guide

fore moving to Sarasota. He was last employed as a food WOI'S prevue of a new and outstanding the state and to see they have

inspector for the government of film hit on Wednesday night July transportation to the polls. "Leads to the Best Buys"

Master Fells arrived In Palatka Ohio. His membership was with PROGRAM SCHEDULE 18th. It will be an extra attraction Sundays 8:00: to 900)() a.m.
N. Y. where he
from Brooklyn the Gethesamane Baptist Church.J. along with the regular movie pro-

has been living with his uncle for MONDAY FUDAY gram of "REBEL WITHOUT Woman Too Big FEATURING GOSPEL MUSIC

several Tnonths. He is the son of D. Edwards of Miami visitedhis Ill lip DaS CAUSE" and "K ILL E R IS Services Held Outside
tI1t t3 Capnte Newt ft Weather AND THE SHOPPING GUIDE
Mrs. Pearl Wilson.ACIIMMISCLES Mr. and Mrs. John LOOSE." Patrons invited tobe
parents /n 1e HeaTCB's ..... (Melvin are
Edwards during the week. Grace) at the theatre by 8 p. m. and
TS 13 Capsoto New a Weather Memphis Tenn. -Officials at a ALSO
7x3 |*0 The Kit (Bok Madsen) see all three hits. The theatre is -
sal S3 capsule News ft Weather funeral home here reported that
Dr. William H. Higgins DDS lies te *h. tUt {Bob Sa'.an ) not allowed to reveal the name of
The "Florida Star" Newscasts
Mrs. Kate Morris 42
was so large
will be guest speaker at the Men's 93 Capsule New Weather the film being previewed but it
flits pies Jutpta sal Jbm7 that services had to be held out-
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Sally League All-Star. Game To Be Played' In Jax July 16 .=: =

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Best Of Sdf Leape PlayersWill I In All-Star Gaene4r 'Olympics Team Althea Gibson Sets Brilliant Record

Be Seen Here Next Monday Has Total Of 18 But Loses The Singles ChampionshipWIMBLEDON

.. Negro Athletes
F ; aw
c ; England Althea Gibson the winner of 14

When the Jacksonville Braves and the South Atlantic League tournaments, finally went down in defeat in the most crucial gameof

All-Stars clash in the Jacksonville Baseball Park next Monday, Nat I IPceples When the Olympic Games are her European competition when Shirley -Fry of Petersburg..

: will again be among the warriors of "Heap Big Chief" Ben V held in Melbourne. Australia this Florida pounded away even when victory seemed to be a sure thing
,< 'I' '"' F 'd$ for Miss Gibson.
Geraghty. winter there will be eighteen
Peeples has bet-n an in and --, .' Negroes among those selected to Miss Gibson, in winning 14 -- -

outer in Jacksonville, but the Manager Geraghty has such represent America by placing in tournaments had played brilliant: Gibson. In commenting on her de

loyal fans in Jacksonville remember timber: pushers as Ed Barbarto| the finals held in Los Angeles. and spectacular tennis since last feat. Miss Gibson said: "I knew I

. the big war club that is man- Harvey Gentry, Joe Andrews The track and field stars chosenare December at the beginning' of a was beaten when I found I could

ned by the fleet-footed outfielder Mike Roarke, Dick Phillips, Joe : Leamon King-lOO-meter tour paid for by the United States not get up my volleys quickly

He has batted in many,runs for Morgan and a host of others who '- dash; Andy Stanfield-200-metcr State Department for propaganda enough."
the Braves and,since returning he can pound' that old ball to :all 9 dash; Lou Jones and Charlie Jenkins purposes in India Ceylon and This was Miss Gibson's first appearance -

is now batting .333. It is the gen- corners of the park. t. U V ; -iOO-meter dash; Arnie So- Burma. at Wimbledon since'.1951 .

eral opinion that Peeples will be He is secured in pitchers with well and Lang Stanley-800-meter Miss Gibson along with three, and she! became so nervous aiul

in the starting lineup. Pizzaro Allen,Nelson, Zieser. The run; Jerome Walters and Ted white players, including Ham finally 'she appeared thoroughly

Nat ftarted the season with All-Stars will also be heavy with r.C Wheeler-1500-meter run; Charlie Richardson of Westfield, N. J... afraid.

Wichita but after spending awhile the long,ball hitters and pitchers.The Jones 3000-meter steplechase; went sent to Southeast Asia to'

in other sections of the dream'teamof the'South Atlantic Lee Calhojin_and.Milt Campbell counteract Russian claims that

country, it is again "Home Sweet League is coming into Jacksonville 110-meter high hurdles! Josh Cul- American Negroes are mistreated.' WallaceBrownBout
Home" on the banks of the SL with the idea of duplicating t44 breath-100-meter hurdles; Char- From the jump, she haJ become a

Johns River for Nat Peeples. what they did last year, but lie Dumas-;-high'jump; Gred Bell favorite with Europeans and was: Dale Set

Monday July 16 will be a gala the Braves will be beating the John Bennett and Rafer Johnson the reigning queen in the tennis

day for Jacksonville It marks the war drums. --broad jump; Ken Bantam-shot kingdom.It .

third year in succession that the out and George Shaw, hop-step- was a steady march for the i NEW ORLEANS-August 10 is

Braves have won the honor of : ;t1 jump. tennis wizard through her 14 successful the date that has been named for

being host to the players who Jefferson Pool tournaments, and just last Wallace (Bud) Smith to defendhis
compose the other teams in the month she won from Miss Broughand I lightweight championship a-

league. Each team in the league Has Its FirstSwimming Frank Robinson Miss Fry at Manchester but gainst Joe Brown of New Orleans:
strive in the second meeting of Miss Fry I
will for two things, one is in a nationally elevised bout.
the clinching the All-Star game Gets Bid For and Miss Gibson Miss Fry beat': The 30year old Brown recently

,and the other is clinching the pennant Meet, Miss Gibson in the biggest tournament defeated Smith in a 10 round
of them all 6-3, 64.
4-6 ;
4 Starting Line-Up overweight match at Houston
It is the general opinion that In winning the first set, Miss 1
The first swim meet of the season aaypgt t k 0' xvca. The decision probablyearned
Chief" will Gibson appeared to be a sure winner -
"Heap Big Geraghty
was held 'Friday at the Jef- I Brown, Ring Magazine'seighth
reach back into his wigwam and ferson Swimming Club. New York Cincinnati Red- but Shirley never lost hope ranked contender a crackat

pull out a young 18-year-old left- The meet was to be an intra- legs sensational rookie outfielder, and continued to hit the ball at a Smith's title.
hander whose name is Juan Piz- club Frank Robinson, was not only the 'steady clip at Althea's backhand.The .
event with competition between -
zaro, a fellow with a record of 203 one' rpokie selected on either of backhand began to go to
members of the Jefferson
strikeouts in 160 innings pitchedto the two major league clubs, but pieces late in the second set, following -
Club and High Point, N C. The
start against the ,All-Stars. team did not arrive. he was the only colored player the once powerful Gibson SECRET
Charles, the flashy fielding second named to a starting line-up, voted service which had been slowing
The events were divided into -
I baseman, the man from SL by the fans. down steadily. of a great drink
four divisions: midget, juniors
Petersburg, Fla. is doing a jam- intermediates and seniors. All season the 20-year-old rook- Miss 'Fry continued to lash HO UQUOIIIUI"I

up job for the Braves at second Trophies were awarded to the ie has been one of the key playersin away with such steady repetitionthat NO LIQUOR 1AST118a
base. Charles is the first Negro to i the rejuvenated Redleg club, it definitely unnerved ,Miss
following swimmers: __ __ ___,.... ,. Rlin en2J k9ltilIk
play that position since Henry -'-' m .v that is setting the senior loop on
Mrs. Jewel Holloway high
Aaron and Felix Mantilla formed PENNANT fire with its all around play. $
I point winner in the senior girls HOPE When the All-Star game is played here on
that double combination: Frank is hitting a .315 clip.
play division; Willie R. Thomas,'win- Monday. July 16. Juan Pizzaro will be among the array of'stellar Grambling Ace
Charles is by-i no'.means. a Roy Missing from the starting line-
ner of the 50 yard breast stroke players who will add to the color and excitement of the eyenLPfuaro
Campanella Willie Stan are players like Jackie Robinson -
Mays, ups
for midget boys; Frank Timmons, has a record of 203 strikeouts in 160 Will Play With
Musial or a Ted Williams at the innings. Roy Campanella and Ernie
winner of
the 50 yard breaststroke -
plate with a bat, but he is by no Banks.
for intermediate boys';;
means a slouch at baL winner However the managers of the Baltimore Colts
Clarence Wingate, high'point -
two all-star teams choose
of in the senior boys division and SPORTING UPBY anyone or all of these may stars to rep-
Stop pain piles'today Nathan Walker, winner of the resent their leagues.Fullback GRAMBLING La. (Special) -

fancy diving. Fullback Howard Scott, a pulverizing -

at home Freestyle midget girls, 25 yards, line-smasher and psychic
Johnnie Mae Gilbert, first; Norma Turns line-backer on Grambling's 1955
-or money back! Bennett, second and Herma National Negro championship grid

In doctor's tests amazing new Vaughn third. With the Jefferson Street swim- half after a heavy meal and hour To team, will play professional foot-

piles'Stainless torture Pazo! Gave Instantly Internal relieved and Fifty yard freestyle midget ming pool open and great throngs after a light meal before going Preachiig ball with the Baltimore Colts.

external relief I 6 medicallyprovedIngredients boys:'Willie Peterson,first; Willie going to the various beaches dur- into the water:' (5) If you get a Described as "catty afoot and

Uere pain.Itching including instantly Trtolyte 1 Reduce, re- R. Thomas, second _and Julian ing these summer months, thereis leg cramp grab the big toe of the PASADENA, Calif. Daniel full of competitive zest," by Coach

swelling-Promote healing.You sit Walton; Jr. third. Fifty yard freestyle always an occasion for'a personor foot which has the cramp and (Deacon Dan) Towler powerful Eddie Robinson the 220-pound 7

walk remedy.tn comfort Stainless! Only Pazo stainlesspile Sup junior boys: Robert Mont- persons to become careless and bend it towards the bottom of fullback of the Los Angeles Rams ex-paratrooper averaged 5.30 yds.

podtories or Ointment at druggists.Truifmtrk gomery, first Bobby Rivers; second unthoughtful about precautionsthat your foot, then keep wiggling it professional football team, and per carry in 50 rushing efforts last
./ Gr*. Lttontoriu, h*. and Wilbert Ford Third are for of and falL t I !
OmCMMt mm* 1.If a ria. very necessary safety. back and forth. This, will break one the hardest running 1
Fifty yard backstroke, junior Swimming is a very enjoyable the cramp in short order. Thereis one of the greatest to ever play He was seldom fooled on defense I t .I It

boys: Walter Mears Jr.. first; sport and it is enjoyed by a great really nothing that can be donein professional football has turnedin and was the team's best man

WATCH THIS CLOWN James Brown, second. Fifty yards number of people but there is the case of stomach cramps, his togs to start out on his min at obstructing pass rushers. -- -- ---
free style intermediate boys: something about the water that and that is why it is so very im- isterial career: before an inter- The sturdy fullback served two 3t
Frank Timmons, first; Benny racial with the 82nd Airborne Di-
thrills the very being of those who portant to observe the proper time congregation.It years
4-62-81 Cummings, second and Ransom partake of its enjoyment..:) It mat- period before going into the water was announced that Towler vision and made 13 jumps.A .

32S30287A Michael third. Twenty-five yard ters not how thrilling the sport is, after a meal. (6) Even if you are took charge of a Methodist pulpit science major, Scott is mar- S
free style senior girls Jewel Hol- or how' inviting the water looks an exceptionally strong swimmer, July 8 to become another of the ried and has three children.He .

loway, first and Pearl Thomas or how well the art has been mas- Stay within your depth. In any many outstanding athletes to quit played high school footballat

A rot f second. tered, straight plain common body of water if you feel like a the field of sports to go into the L M. Terrell in Fort Worth.

sense should be exercised at all long swim, go.with a more experienced ministry.

8 3 times, whether in a pool a lake, swimmer or be accom- When Towler received his appointment -
Heed Haircut? panied by another in a as pastor of the churchhe
a person
a pond, an ocean, or just a plain SERVICE
96-22-8 VICKERS old water hole, boat (7) Never go more than ,a 'was reminded that his pay as $3._
third of your'apacity when a pastor Would not compare with
17910884S ; BARIER SHOP Since obedience is better than swimming away from shore, whe- the$10,000 salary the Rams paid S."iciaw tile

706 W. ,Ashley Street sacrifice (your lives!), a'few reminders ther It be a lake or ocean. The him he replied: "My satisfaction Greater, villa J.eks.e-A...
.atiaMi. I*'* rs are given here for all swim out is only half of the'ttip will be.,a,lot mere." I!) 80 and 100 Proof. Made
SooMtlatai ...'. don SPECIAL WED. I THURS. concerned-(1)) Never dive into -the easy half. Tiredness comes EL 3-4366 from Grain by LRelsky&Cte,
Ha odds, .. trech Cockeysville, Md., U.S.A.
H. works it all ...... 85c Facial Massage 85c water that you know nothing suddenly. (8) If by chance you Maroon And Gold --
about. Walk out far enough to get into trouble above all keep -, -
85c Cool Shampoo 85c, check the*depth. (2) Be very cautious -I calm. Relax and do everything
21st about diving into the surf. Slated
I can to regain strength Meeting
OTIS YICKSKS, Pro*. you your:
32-68-5 Plunging head first into breakerscan The best thing is- to roll over on
I be very dangerous, because a I your back, float, fold your armsso for the 1956 LOOK( BASEBALL FANSDon't
rolling surf frequently carries all that your 'head'rests on the The initial meeting

sorts of foreign objects. (3) Walk, .palms of your hands and breathe Tilt of Maroon and Gold football

don't into cold water, cold : game ,between Grambling_ Collegeof
run slowly and quietly. Point your Forget .
WITHOUT CAUSE" water shocks the nervous system head toward" shore and gently Grambling. La. who defeated

STRANDREBEL Jaws Da and can bring on quick cramps. paddle your feat, not necessarilyto Florida A & M University Rattlersin THE SALLY LEAGUE ALL STAR GAME i

SUN. THRU SAT. And "KILLER IS LOOSE- This does not'apply in the same head you forcefully,'towardsshore the 1955 Orange Bowl Classicswill "
JULY 15 -21 J... Cane ana* RHantfa. Fleming sense to a regulated swimming i but at least to"" keep you 00"held July 17 at 8 p. m in JULY 16th 1956

SPECIAL SNEAK PREVUE NEW HIT pool as in the surf where under- from going further: ,out. Your the conference'room of the Pyra-
I mid Hotel, Tampa Florida it has AT THE NEW JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL PARK -
WEDNESDAY NITE JULY 11th tow is an added hazard. Rubbingcold ,strength will be restored in a few
water on the wrists, ankles, I moments and you'll be able to been announced by Dr. Reche TICKETS NOW ON ,SALE -

ROOSEVELT SKYVIEW back of the neck and stomach swim back safely..* -' ,* Williams Sr.Grambling. Reserved Seats: $1.30 -, GmaVaaa': $1.00 CluMren: 60c
1 will
helps,great deal before going College oppose
into cold water. Since swimming"ls one' of the' the th ne-_ ookman, College *
s.... T.... July 15 .17 s... T.... July 15-17 better known' of the-;sporting Wildcats on Saturday, Nov. 3 in w FOR RESERVATIONS CALL
Both. ht Rml. "3 BAD SISTERS" (4) Always wait an hour and a events, it is safe as'.well as wise the 19th annual classic. ;
STAR Wettr WOMAN" Glib
-BROKEN Ana: "APACHE Jacksonville Baseball
flu: "GIRL RUSH" for the well.experienced* .to stick All graduates, former students ,
to safety rules as well'as,the be- and lovers of football are invited
Duval| and Franklin Streets Phone 3-4307
Woo1. "TIt..... July 1.-l' vi... n.TM...Mvlett- J.1,. .IB.-In ItAitttlo III.ItUII1'IN8 ginners. The oldfadage; that says to attend. Elgin ..

"KILLERS ALL"A4 is better to be safe,than sorry"
..:G.a Du.lay I In, Lafcby! Jax SfcawN* YOU applies swimmers,justjasut does ;

frf. Set July 20.21 die I become Cell ar SM HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE 605 WEST ASHLEY :
It is customary fofpeople to I
Fri. .. .... ..
-BOYS PRISON" Sat. July 20-21A. r t oovrao trr o
.... Laslt .' I. "FAR HORIZONS" L':& -;:" :,too good to careful and JACK ANDERSON DONALDSON'S 216 WEST ADAMSMANUEL'S
-FRONTIER REVENGE- -' Plus .eM MIl a M.....rrr nothing can be taken for granted! 301 W. F.rtytfc PI:. EL 3-17SO
SERIAL & CARTOONS "2 GUN LADY" ssi7-r- 'T-'.---- according to the sayings of the CATERING TO RETIRED OR
swimming experts. .



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5'--" --hen you run out of leads in .writing or run out of topics of P. PraitiWants

conversation in speaking you can always talk about the weather, Rep.

Well here'goes. ; Local weather has 'by now established a definite U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALEu.s.

pattern of behavior. First a little sunshine, then rain then clouds To Oiilaw .1

and threats of rain. Of course thi t is,a daily pattern. We can look This sit
for rain every day. So much for the trite staff, let's get on with NAACP In Fla.TALLAHASSEE U.S. ROYAL Air Ridethe I

the "happenings", genuine, world.f....*
U. S. Royal quality the
Members- of the Ducal County Salesmen, Association spearheaded
State Rep.
by proxy J. D. Brooks are preparing for their second,annual _
Prentice Pruitt received from
beac houtinot. The affair will last for two days. The outing,affordsan NAACP headquarters in New $1565 51940Size
opportunity for those boys and:girls,who serve you all year to York card
a membership attestingthat
forget about sales quotas id the like ancTgel a chance to relax and 6.70/13' Size 6.70/15.
$2 had been paid, in his name I
enjoy. the company of their fellow' hucksters. A full program has for a membership. SIZE PRICE SIZE i PRICE
: been planned. C.M/U I13J5 Ii.k/li 117.25
He has demanded the facts on C.7C/15 t I5.CS t t.79/15 I 19.4C
According to the latest reports Joe Lang and Fred Demery are 7.10/15 17.4 7Ji/u \I zi.ce
how he came to enrolled in the 7-M/li I I 19.20 r 1M/15 2J.75
doing ,well Both are recovering from injuries sustained in the NAACP... I.M/IS ZI.H 1M/1S t %&.15

Fourth of July boat races at New Berlin. Pruitt wrote the NAACP "there All prices plus. tax
mi your recoppable tire
Willie J. Curtis has been on vacation and believe us she enjoyed has been..made either a serious ALSO AVAILABLE IN TUBELESS
every minute of it. We almost shed tears every time she thoughtof mistake or you have evolved a

returning to work. Joe Thayer is another vacationer. heinous plan to embarrass me." ALL NEW
U.S. Royal 8 -
About town they are calling Prince Matt,$r. "Mr. Wonderful". "I have never contributed any ,
The boys call him' the man: wi htsteel nerves. Say what you may amount to NAACP and have Credit ;... finest MW 1956 can,_ ALL.AMERICAN
.the boy has a way with the ladies-young and not so young. never applied for membership TUBED I I TUBELESS!

Paula Williams., popular P. E. teacher in Miami passed thru on therein. I advocate the outlawingof Terms In Town
the NAACP in Florida and will .
her way to Washington to attend the funeral of twin sister Phyliss' SI945.S.2195CHEV. 56 Rambler
work to that end at the next
father-in-law We were sorry to hear of the death of Addison J
I meeting of the Legislature. I re- PLYM. FORD Size 6.70/15 Size 6.70/1*
H bbss' father Addison was a classmate and good friend of ours.
He is also the husband of the former,Phyliss Williams. quest that my name be stricken BRAKES RELINED SIZE B. W.W. W.S.7915 B. W. W. W. Newest Smartest Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
ic. ,
and that a thorough investigationbe S19.4 sass $21.95 !3
More and more folk are singing the praises of Rainbow Lake. 7.171 Z175 ZC.CO 24.25 29.75
made. Riveted Liaia9 7.60/15 %J.n 2C.M 32.Ce
We hear that fishing is fine in the lake In addition folk are very S 00/15 28.10 true 29 CO 30.23 KING-SIZE INSIDE! RAMBLER-SIZE OUTSIDE!
Labor and Material t / tTJgQ 3X3 37.M
pleased] with the service and the general atmosphere. If you haven'tvisited
"Rainbow Lake" make it ",rust" You take I a today. can Bus Service Special | end your rccappable.. tire At Your NASH Dealer
the kids out during the day,also.

'* Orr1 local movie screens this week there were some topflight
flicks,almost.everywhere. The Ritz featuredthe "First Texan" and INC.

it w:1.lulu.. Out, at the .Skyview two returns played but who .
wouldn't want to see "Bad Day at Black Rock" and "The Man From In Tallahassee Phone EL 6-0236 PHONE EL 5-2571

Larimie" again. At the Roosevelt "The Court Martial of Billy STATE STREET, CORNER HOGAN
Mitchell" and "Apache Woman" played. There is only one thingwe Tallahassee 501 W. DUVAL STREET, COR. CLAY STREET
can't understand and we have tried to figure it out. The aforementioned A drive to begin YOU'LL MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR 56
operation of city buses has been
bill the Roosevelt We cannot understand
at is first run. launched
by the Junior and Senior
why something about big spiders and wild young'girls which playedat Chambers of Commerce here.
the Strand has been and the first flicksat
spread all over town run I Directors of the senior chamber
the Roosevelt slid jn unheralded and unannounced. It has hap- .in ALUMINUM
emergency meeting voted to
pened before. Oh yes don't miss the late and great James Dean I call! upon owners of Cities Transit ,FOR DELICIOUS DINNERSFried AWNING WINDOWS

playing at the Strand next week. Before this young star was killed. 'Co. and the City Commission to

he was hailed as the,greatest "find" of,the decade. bus immediately. Chicken Fried
resume operation Shrimp '-SALE-!
Isadore Singleton The Bar-b-que King" has done it again. He .
Trout Fish Steaks Pork
has orpened the latest word in rib houses at First and Florida Avenue.He The junior chamber called upon

also plans to open up in the 700 block on Ashley Street in the the bus line to resume operationson 20 % OFF

very near future. Singleton announced a new feature to improve a segregated basis. RIDE OUT TOCOTTON'S

the faro of his Muce. He will begin to store all sauces in oak Thomas Brownlee, ,secretary of -a =SAVE

barrels. so,that.it- may absorb the delightful oak flavor. the chamber, said the Chamber of S RESTAURANT -
Commerce had received
Freddie Brown the friendly Buick salesman has returned froma numerous EXAMPLES:
letters and telephone calls
short to take in
some action the bus
a check-up. We are glad: to have Freddie on the scene again. By 19.1/B 38.3/8 14.95 53.1/8 .38-3/8 18.95
the wa yhe,is living,up to his title of "Frantic Freddie Brown, the matter. Some letters were from (formerly the Cotton Club) 37x26 13.95 53-1/8x50-3/8 22.95
parents who planned to send students Including Screen Operators -
Buick salesman"tslah .
to Florida State Universityand 45th STREET
White of Consolidated introduced a new drink at the said they will send them else- CHAPLIN-HOBSON I I Inc.
Tropicanna Lounge. It was "The White Cadillac". The drink con- where if no bus transportation is Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road 1402 E. 8th STREET PHONE EL 5-4031

sists of milk and famous Hennessyes Cognac. We have noticed a available. Look for the Neon Lights "lax Window Center" -

growing trend among the socializing set in regard to mixed'drinks.

For year Jacksonville has been known as.,"Bottle. Market": Colored UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT -

just would not buy mixed drinks. At the Tropicanna as we stated Rooms For fleat George "Cotton" Smith, Prop.
previously, more and more mixed drinks are being ordered. We SEAFOOD SPECIALS

kick and demand night clubs and good!: shows. The main reason ROOM FOR RENT

we can't get them is not because of-the closing hours but because Furnished room. Single man or

this is a ,bottle market. Clubs make their profit on the mixed couple $6.00 per week. Settled MEDIUM _SHRIMP lb. 59*

drink. Unless we start buying mixed drinks we will,never allow couple for house keeper. $5.50 LARGE SHRIMP Ib. 79
a club to even break even. couple for house keeper rent Rev. Madam I Jordan

Besides does not a pretty lady look better with a Manhattan, or $5.50 per week including every- MANGROVE SNAPPER

a tall cool Collins in front of her than she doees ,with a pint or half thina. Phone EL 5-5094. God's Miracle WomanShe YELLOW TAIL SNAPPER 49c

.. pint bottle stuck on the table? Is the One That Helps Millionsof
ROOMS daily weekly at SPECKLED TROUT
or a reasonable -
All the WorldIf
','MEN AND MANNERS-On the subject of entertainment anddubbln price. Write for ap- People Over

I hare to take,a swing at my favorite gripe. Why In the pointments. Rt. 2 American You Are Worried Sick, Have the Jinks SALT MACKEREL ..
Sam Hill can't some of yon fellows take those hats off when you sit on You, Can't Prosper, Can't Get Hold of -
Beach. Little
Logan Shady r Money, Hove Love Problems or Trouble of FRESH WATER CATFISH 49c
with ladiecs? The manners of many of the so called play boys in Rest, Fernandina Beach. Fla. ; Any Kind. '
town are atrocious. We could forgive Sam and dem from the SNAPPER FILLETS

"bottom" but you ""men-about-town" Not only do you sit at the i See This Gifted Woman at Once -

tables with your hats on but you dance and still fail to remove the nil, WHIM VIRGINIA CROAKER
hats. Another very noticeable thing is the manner in which you COME ONE COME ALL. WHITING

lovers barge in and Join any party. No matter bow well you know SEE AND HEAR AND BE BLESSED 25c
Male dishwasher 6 days 2 to 11 .
a fellow, if be is out with a lady you are not welcome unless he p.m. Ranchero Restaurant, 3200 At 1080 Florida Avenue BLUE OCEAN BRIM

invites you to join them. Even then h. is just making conversation. Kings Avenue Mr. Taylor. FL SALT MULLET
Before we speak of rights:,and freedom we had better sweep our 95276. $25.00 a week. MADAM JORDAN IS OPENING

own kitchens clean. Let's respect the rights of others and try to HER CHURCH FOR ALL PEOPLEDon't LARGE FRESH MULLET
learn a lade social decorum. Last but not least is the loudness MAID-9
after dinner. Mrs.
:you may enter any white cocktail: lounge and hardly hear a sound. Edwards, 4135 Dover RcL Bus Miss Seeing and Hearing the Miracles BLACK SEA BASS 29c
the smooth soft music is the main
There may be a faint buzzing but 31. Settled person with health ATThe -
sound you hear. Walk in the Tropicana or Enquire. The help card. $25.00 a week. FL 9-7144.
must turn the Jook box up high to drown out the loud talking. The Jordan Gospel Tabernacle
bad part it that the ladies ale oftimes louder than the men after'the
first round ox two. Let's check up oa ourselvees. DR. LUCKY JOHN FEATURING -

.'While the. eats asleep ,the mice will plan. This axiom holds BISHOP S. L. HENRYDYNAMIC Myrtle Avenue and Adams = Phone EL 4-1468
true,' everywhere. There may be a registration drive on among ARE YOU IN HARD LUCK SPEAKER HEALER PIANIST & SINGER
Negroes but we-know nothing of it. All of the local politicians have Get Our Special Lack: Prayer WITH THE GREAT -
gone Wo their usual state of suspended animation. They will remain Protection Pun with fatfructioMf. REV. MRS. W. STANCELONE
there until the jingle of tainted money awakens them. On the We Guarantee To Bring CheneyTo
You in 7 Days
white front Ray Boree and associates are wheeling. They are going PRICE $5.00 OF THE GREATEST WOMEN SPEAKERS

from door to door and intend to go down fighting. We"saw a pieceof Illness. Pleas. Stet. It MADAM I. JORDAN

the most viciqrus literature imaginable and it was about us and TREATMENT $10.00 IS HOLDING THOUSANDS OF BLESSINGS IN HER HANDS HOURCLEANERS

our nominee. All we can say is that we had better hurry- up and Agent Sell High Grade PnJmcit
end"the vacation. The ,other folk haven't taken one. The books OUTFITS $7.50

are still open. We had better not be lulled into complacency. Boree

does have a chance and_a good one.. Stay home if you want, to and Lucky John Co. "
we'll be sorry' but It'll be too late. The Citizens Councils and friends ,I OAKLAND P. O. ,BOX CALIFORNIA 1963 1kwfr4 I \\t'

are on the job, so let's start,to work. Don't' wait on the so-called
leaders to come out. You can rest assured that unless a wheel down-

town is:running who wants our vote, they will exert Jittle effort
Make yourself a committee of one to urge your neighbor to registerif Bay U hU..lphI.. aN ..er.y r cine r
New Forms, W.o4l.ad.
Jersey -
he hasn't, then see that lleTvotes on the 6th of TKovember. Lots. City,... SurhMifcca H....

Richard McKUsick is, back at ,his.old post with the National Dad Daptixes.. G. I. S,...... +rerrlob
Write Mr. B. W. RoUftSM att
Theatre enterprises. Uriah Pertee has joined the list of fellows who BROWN ft CO. BACHELOR BUNDLES

" admit thai the "City" is begger'than him. He couldn't: lick it. 1609.11 FEDERAL STREET w

: Joxon- Under Bond i 5 HOUR SERVICE

In Accident Case IN MEMORIAMIn .
A car for
of Mrs. you.
James Albert Crawford of 1344 loving memory
Alice Kyler who died one year Just cam today. Beautifully Laundered and Finished
Sixth 'Stre released
t West tewas !! At prices right y-

from city custody fast Wednesday ago today., For, you to pay.
f under $125 bond after being Her soul has gone to God. 4
and The earth.has claimed its Armand DufreneThe ;
charged with driving ,
leaving the scene of an accident own. Honest Frenchman IIiIfl T( I L7 : :i47tttG.

Crawford was_arrested by police And BOW she's shouting J

officers in connection with. the round the throne USED CARS .

hit-run case Involving Mark,Norton While we are left to mourn.- .

6, of 3924 Springfield Blvd. Signed. 1222 Main Street 1 911 West Ashley Street

who Boulesouth'was struck on of Springfield Woodbine Mrs.daughter Mamie and Laurie family Phone EL 4-3313 PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"ADVERTISERS ::1 i 416 Main Street


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