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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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VOL 6 NO. 23 A NEWS JACKSONVILLE nO IDA. SATURDAY JULY 28, 1956 15 Cents i b k

Florida House Passes i r,t f IItJt

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TALLAHASSEE A predominantly anti-Negro Legislative,

meeting in a special session this week pushed through three bills I ;

designed i to keep racial segregation and returned them to the senate : % : Yra eS

for concurrence.The : .

bills did not pass without used to force integration as wellas '

argument but a hot floor fight segregation and for that reason

over putting a time limit on two many members from small counties -

bills giving the Governor addi- voted against them.

tional police powers failed to ma- a'S.
Those voting against the first
terialize and scattered
only nays
.bill, granting additional powers
heard the amendments
were as .
were Coleman of Orange Hatha- S.
were shepherded through by way of Charlotte Knight of Calhoun t
Reps. Sam Gibbons of Hillsbor-
Lancester of Gilchrist,
and Sherman Smith
ough County Marshburn of Levy, McAlpin of .
'of Indian River. .b
Hamilton Page of Nassau Pruittof
The third bill dealing with the Jefferson
Revelle of Wakulla,
assignment of teachers passed Tillett of Polk Williams of Co-

with only one dissenting vote, that umbia and Orr of Dade. ... ." .V ,_,- w w.,____,,_. .. ."'AM'. v_,., _.' .'m _
of Rep. John Orr of Dade
1 County. Against the second bill were IN TRAINING Two of the classes in courses being offered at Edward Mildred MurrelL and Louise Perkins. In the Visual Aids class right which has

Completes Action Coleman, Conner of Bradford: Waters College are shown here. At left is a Ceramic class whi.chbas Mrs. Mildred Mrs. Sarah S. Richardson as instructor are: Mesdames Helen R. Scott. Pearl Bamett i

With this the house completed Gleaton of Citrus, Cross, of Ala- Hampton. instructor. Teachers taking the course are Mesdames Lucille Gray. BerElizabeth Downing. J. TunsilL. Naomi Harris: Miss Rosa Lee Clair: Mesdames Cora

action on the four bills recommended chua, Hathaway; Jones;;of Collier, ce-ar.. Peter.E.fjon.l-amie! R.d ee.Francis Jones'Jeff art.-Mildred_ Jackson. Kelly,,Cithrine,;Whilehead...Louise. Williams,and..Margaret Starkes.
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mittee and whidrwere passed by Knight, Lancaster, Marsh- !

the senate Monday the first day burn. McAlpin Page, Orr Peter- Seeking Workers For Car Pool Law Heir To Graham's Fortune

of this extraordinary session'call- son of Pinellas, Pruitt and Williams -

ed mainly to devise ways to evade of Columbia.

} the U. S. Supreme Court's ruling The first bill dealt with the Aimed To Smash

on Governor school segregation.Collins signed the GOvernor's powers to take over National Defense Jobs Fatally Shot By WifeDAYTONA

and' and
public parks buildings MoveTALLAHASSEE
pupil assignment bill first of the post rules and regulations con- Boycott

tour to clear the legislature, into cerning their1 use. The second Announcement is made by Chester Cowart Co-chairman of the
A popular former Jacksonville matron faces pos-
law late Thursday. broadens his powers by giving Jacksonville Urban League Board of Directors that the agency is City Com-
Can Fire Negro TeachersAs him the right to quell riots and seeking to secure qualified Negro workers for employment in national missioners apparently determinedto sible charges of murder growing out of the fatal shooting of her

the bill left the house it threats of violence. defense programs within the state of Florida. break.the Negro boycott of city wealthy. young playboy- husband.

provides that county: school Conner, who is speakerdesignate Nine Clerical Workers PlacedAt buses by persecution through ar- Mrs. Sammie Bradley Graham

boards are authorized to dismiss saidhe, was afraid of the rest of car poolers introduced an 31, of the well-known Bradley
Patrick Air Force Base j Teachers ProbedIn
teacher personnel under contractin second bill because it may be used NAACP BlastsSegregation ordinance outlawing car pools and sisters of Jacksonville was lodgedin

the event that schools are.consolidated by the integrationists to force Nine local Jacksonville girls then went into a closed-door ses- the Daytona City Jail last

I and also authorizes themto integration instead of by the seg- screened and referred by The sion to discuss possible state legislation Thursday night July 19, on suspicion Credits Racket

hire personnel from a waiting' regationists. This was a common Jacksonville Urban League, were Bills presumably on the same of murder in connectionwith

list opinion among all those who recently employed as clerical subject. the shooting of Edward A.

The full effect of the bill is to voted against it, except Orr who workers by Pan American World TAMPA The Florida Councilof Commissioners said they plan- Graham Jr., her wealthy, playboy St Augustine Ten former
the school boards the rightto Airways at Patrick Air Force husband who recently fell.heir-
give explained his actions in a speech NAACP said Monday if ned to confer With the Leon County school teachers involved in credit
control teaching personnel and Base. Coco, Florida: any with his sister to the estate of
Before the house, stating that he delegation '
.. legislation is passed to preserve : legislative on some fixing racket and had their teach-
fire any Negro teachers in the thinks is immoral and but Dr. Edward Graham who died
segregation Staff members of the Jackson- segregation in Florida it would be proposed "special legislation" ing licenses cancelled because
event schools are integrated. This none of the bills will stand up be- ville and National Urban League "a disgrace to God and man." they declined to say specificallywhat about a year ago. they; allegedly bought the college

would. in theory prevent. Negro fore the U. S. Supreme Court. recently conferred with officialsof kind of legislation. The shooting apparently occur- credits were called Thursday to a

teachers from teaching while pu- the Radio Corporation of Amer- Tallahassee The Legislature'to. consider convened five-in Commissioner W.. T. Mayo saida red during a family argument in pre-trial investigation of charges
pils.A ica and the Pan American World possible program of legislationwas the couple's home at 236 N Campbell that a former Florida Normal and
second bill dealing with Klan Activities Airways who are coordinating the plank program for halting or putting discussed at the closed-door i Street. Detective Lee Mack Industrial Memorial College reg-
the brakes on integration in
schools which passed guided missle project with the Air the meeting and it was decided to con- said. istrar sold credits not earned to

earlier this week-and was sent to Force at Coco. The personnel of- public schools. tact the Leon legislators to see if Graham was taken to Halifax some twenty-seven students.

the Governor, deals with the as- Being Watched ficials of these firms indicatedthat The NAACP said the special there was a possibility of intro- Hospital with a wound in his side
the session efforts to The investigation was conducted -
and to
of pupils givej amounts. by-
signment qualified Negro scientists engineers ducing special legislation at the and died about 15 minutes later,
school boards the right to assign clerical and skilled workers pass the U. S. Supreme Court's about 8:35. by State Atty. Murray Sams.
current session.
pupils to any school on the basis By FBllgenls would be considered for employment decision outlawing school segre-. Observers at the hearing were B.
Mrs. Graham told that
of background and intellectual gation. On the legislative front Leon police J. Owen an assistant state attor-

It sets standards by Rep. Kenneth Ballinger said he her husband was chasing her ney general; Dr. J. T. Kelly of the
capacity. up In a statement the NAACP said: '
boards Mr. Cowart observed that the would try to introduce a bill to around the room and threatened State Board of Education and
the school are authoritiessaid
which MIAMI I "It is predicted that statues whichare
I United States Department of De- outlaw unlicensed car pools dur- to beat her up. Two chairs were: Sams' assistant Frank G. Howatt.
guided this week the Ku Klux Klan'srevival passed for the purpose of
its firm determination He knocked over and there were
fense has expressed ing transportation boycotts.
The Senate approved an appro- in Florida is being"watch denying individual constitutional Frank T. Wilson Jr., who was
"to keep America said the measure might be con- signs of scuffling on the back
priation of $50,000 investigate ed very closely. rights will be challenged. In some dismissed as registrar at Florida
to meet national sidered pertaining to highway porch where three.shots were
fully prepared
the NAACP and a bill would setup I IJ U S. District Atty. James Guil- any cases white citizens will find it as fired. Normal by President R. W. Pur-

a committee of three senators! martin and Charles, Weeks special emergency. The expanded necessary to do the challenging safety. year soon after the credits selling
I missle project has made The shots from a .25 cali-
and. four representatives who agent in charge of the FBI because they too will feel the effect No Reference came deal leaked out faces charges in
the employment of ber automatic Belgian "gun. Two
would investigate organizations office in Miami would not give necessary of such legislation which The proposed new City ordi- circuit court here of falsifying
"whose principles or activities include the extent of the surveillance. thousands of civilian workers at denies the.right of freedom.It .nance introduced does not specifically shots smashed wildly out a nearby college records and granting to .
of conduct on the the Patrick Air Force Base at i pools i jalousie window. senior students credits which
a course Guilmartin said however that added'that ""legislative moves refer to Negro car
part of any person or group which officials would try to learn whe- Coco. to maintain segregation are efforts which have been running since I After the shooting Graham was qualified them to teach school.
would constitute Violence.* of the boycott but able to run out of the house and is free bond.
ther any federal employes are Honda Colleges Will Help by a vocal minority in this stateto the beginning Wilson on $5,000 *

The Senate-approved bill providing KKK members. To Furnish Trained Manpower. deny to more than 625,000 colored City Attorney James Messer said' across, the street. He jumped into The charges arose after Dr..R.
for investigation .of the drivers in the, Negro car pools a car in which Johnny Popwell,
r., Earlier B'n&i B'rith's Florida Urban League personnel were citizens-who have committed W. Puryear, president of the local
NAACP made no reference to that could be arrested under the ordi- of Daytona Beach was sitting and
Anti-Defamation League urged assured by Dr. R. V. Moore, presi- no crimes except having been then taken to the hospital Negro college, reported irregularities J
but ,Sen. .Dewey if was
y organization passed.
Gov. LeRoy Collins and State dent of Bethune-Cookman Col- born black-the rights and privi- at the school to the State
Johnson of one of its introducers Albert Bethune, surviving son '
Quincy Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin to investigate lege; Dr. R. W. Puryear, president leges that are granted and pro- The ordinance provides a maxi- Board of Education. The board investigated -
said after its passage he the Klan's revival. A of Florida Normal Memorial tected by the State of Florida to mum penalty of $500 or 60 days. of Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune, and instigated the case

knew of no other group -would league spokesman called the Klana College-and Dr. William B. Stewart all nationalities and races other Under regular procedure of the next door-neighbor, called police. against Wilson.
fit. Commission, final action on the There were no eyewitnesses to the
of Edward Waters than the Negro.
subversive group hiding behind president Most of the 27 teachers involved
Integration Curbs "childish and cowardly" masks. College of their intentions of cooperating "We warn that the attempt to ordinance would be taken Aug. ItAs shooting. have admitted buying credits but -
The two bills dealing with the with the Urban Leaguein laws designed worded the ordinance would Coroner Wilbur Willis was sum-
chairman of maintain segregation by -
Governor Paul Siedcrman, have been given the opportunityof
i police powers of the efforts to the of to "regularly or moned to the hospital where he
the league executive committee, joint supply to retard the progress prohibit a person earning the proper credits and
are designed to prevent integra- of trained to transport" personsby impaneled a jury. The jury view-
Negro manpower Negroes may be used against continuously
said the hooded order violated at then applying for reexaminationfor
tion In public parks buildings facilities., least the spirit of Florida law in aid the national defense needs of Catholics Jews Latins and other car unless related by blood or ed the body and the house. teaching certificates. Dr. 'Pur

golf courses and other wearing masks and burning 'across the United States minorities of the so-called unde- marriage, licensed by the Florida A cut on Graham's head was said are attending
year many
They grant powers to the Governor Public Utilities window sill
Railroad and caused by falling on a
sirable _
threats,of at its Lakeland meeting Sat- The Jacksonville Branch office groups. summer classes at the school now.
to quell riots or Commission franchised by the before the shooting. Mrs. Graham
} officials of this or ..
urday nightKlan of the Florida State EmploymenService "The elected 1
riots or violence by using the police their'sis City.,It also would alowl transpor- told police. He had slipped while -
him officials have pointed out is also cooperating on this state should recognize.that .,.
powers granted to ;
: tation of children to school with- chasing her. .
It was these bills that were con- that the law prohibits such prac- project. Further information may a responsibility for ending sec- YourEditorial :
Junius A. Bowman ond class citizenship and to introduce out restriction.The Mrs. Graham was arrested at ft',
tested strongly by forces in the tices only in public places. They be secured from .
Several members express said the Lakeland. meeting was Industrial Relations Secretary programs which are benefi- ordinance also makes it un- her one story brick home by Offi- Page :
house. citizens of the state, lawful for a car to-"cruise" the cer Joseph Davis. She was re-
that the held in a' privately owned cow Jacksonville Urban League, cial to all*the
ed the opinion powers Speaks for Pr gressOur
I leased under $2,000 bond.
EL 6-4292. none excluded. streets soliciting passengers.
granted the Governor could be pasture.

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i-i '.' :t a THE FLORIDA STAR-:' !" ;"'.{ .- -' "'. POLITICS AS USUAL i


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il; ;.:. .Pabusk.d by The Florida Star f.blufci 8 Co. Efforts To Deny Negroes Equal Rights I

'-= .. M ni.a. J.4dteu: Shows Need For Citizens To
*rc ? r Register
F. O. Box 561, Jaduoavitle 1, Florida
423jEro.d Street, Jaekfaaville, Florida. ... Elms; BY ERIC O. SIMPSON I

HIC/ :0. SIMPSON'----...,..:_._...._,._.._ Mrn, Last Wednesday night the writer of this piece enjoyed three I
C,4Pab..:J.h.... ..... ...._..,. H. rv'p experiences. One of them was the pleasure of speaking before member 1
of the Duval Alliance.one of the most active and most influential I
Member Associated Negro Press ,& f + political groups among Negroes in the county. J
The fithor.,...... was UM I
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the experience who permit the civil service
CM Year $3.00; Half Y..r, S3.00; T.... M....., SI. r of seeing a de- mission to discriminate against com
Mailed T. Yea, Anywhere la the Uaited Starts.Payable feated candidate ,
Uegroes who apply for tests.
la Advance. Seal' Checks Moaoy
S..rip'iou e
in the i
'1 FLORIDA STAR -. P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, The action that our Florida leg
. person of Sher- I
] islators are taking in Tallahasseeto
iff Rex Sweat, ;
< :
i THE'IJORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: 1' who also appeared deny Negroes of equal educa-
tional opportunities is enough rea-
: 1. Negro Firemen. as a
son why every colored man and
if 2. More Negro Police Officers. ; speaker to woman should lose no time in
\ thank the
I 3. Squad Cart for the Negro Police. securing a voter's registrationcard.
.. group for their
.. 4.More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of loyal support .

,:, ''Building Program f \ during his \in- Simpson This call of a special legislative

: 1 : 4 successful campaign to remain in session to push through legislationthat
office. would deny Negro citizens

E Justices' Peace i r their rights due them under the
Riling : Illegal That was indeed a rare experience -
Constitution is proof that the cur-
for it is
:' very very seldom
Poses that political candidates in these rent crop of legislators have band-
f Many Perplexing
r ed together to block any progressby
f parts ever remember to thank
Negroes. in Florida.
folk for their support. I know of
To say that ruling as unconstitutional the candidates who come out in the Many of these legislators are
set up the county's five districts could create some colored sections during the cam- serving their last terms and some

problems may well be one of the top ten paign season and get very "buddy of them may seek re-election. But
the year. 4 buddy" with everybody but no if Negroes are registered in large
sooner than they elected numbers we can defeat those leg-
If and when the ruling is upheld that the 'O.9Q btLt
forget you. It tickles me when I islators who have sought to hinder
Peace and the Constables have been holding offices
see an elected official or political the progress of the Negro people
Would Convince Them.
since 1949 we can visualize thousands of writs of
loser downtown trying to look the and the slate as welL
corpus being filed for the release of persons I
other so as not to be
Justices of the way, recog- Whether Negroes realize it or
result of being bound over by
your hopes and should inspireyou nised or hailed by Negroes .
the will have been not we are facing terrific pres-
to ruling serving
according ,
with the will to aftera
conquer won't I like to call some of thosephonies'
illegally. Such persons would be entitled to be freed. period of sures at the hands of city, county
patient preparationand names here!
and state officials working in con
Then there is the matter of the fines which were psychological conditioning.Your The final experience was to sort with various groups who are

upon persons illegally bound by the justices. It sign stresses.the advantagesof learn of the Alliance's plan to con- concentrating their efforts to keep
here again that citizens who were fined as a result of utilizing secret but powerful duct a drive to get Negroes regis- Negroes in a status of second
preliminary hearings would be entitled to a refund. connections to gain your ends tered.In class citizenship.So .
rather than taking an aggressiveand
Of course new hearings could be ordered for public stand. my talk before the Duval determined are these forcesto

persons who were jailed or fined as a result of an 680995619234.SCORPIO Alliance group I pointed out that prevent Negroes from acquiringfirst
tional procedure in setting up the districts. ; there needs to be a new approachto class citizenship that some of
getting people to register and our legislators have indicated that
Oh and how about the salaries the justices
yes. Born Oct 24 thru NOT. 22 to vote. We must emphasize what they will introduce a measure to
stables have been receiving "illegally"? Shouldn't the :
A Success is built on the lessons being a registered voter means to outlaw the NAACP. They will
be refunded too?
I lead.to that life has taught you. Face ob- the individual because of the fact outlaw, muzzle and put through

This matter of unconstitutionality in the setting I ones, stacles and restrictive conditions that people are selfish and are laws to hinder the activities of

districts poses the possibility of creating a terrible are diffi- coolly, safe in the knowledge that prone to be interested in self first. any group that works peacefully

which leads us to observe that it is amazing the other chances to get ahead will John and Mary Brown. and Joe and lawfully for the advancementof

which some die-hard whites will go tokeep a indicates abound. This period should open Smith must realize that the only colored citizens to second class

holdmg'office in Duval County. not the doors to opportunities, social way that he or his wife or his citizenship.With .

The in- advances and occasions to broaden child will be able to get a job as such a serious situation

or other your vistas through travel or edu- an electric or water meter reader confronting Negroes in Florida it

What's Happening In Nassau be cation. Your attitude could bringa or any of the other civic service f behoves every colored man and

benefit new wonderful friend. jobs that are deprived Negroes is woman over 21 years from Escam
; the door 7-90- 88-13-74-181. when. as a registered voter he I.bia to Monroe County to become
If we would apply the same "reasoning thai ac can oust 'the city commissioners registered so that he could and

where there is smoke there is fire-the increasing housing SAGITTARIUSBorn exercise the most effective weapon -

reports from persons who charge that they have been Ot"4' out- Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 necessary steps to lighten your we have at our disposal.
in the Fernandina-Axnerican Beach areas on phoney existed You can be ambitious and still burdens and improve your health.

charges and other law violations warrants looking maintain high ideals. Once you This period suggests that your The old-fashioned laundry basket

These reports did not start just this year. Last get over the depressing or restrictive task will be facilitated by increas- has been replaced by a more

record of flimsy arrests followed by fines ran so effect of setbacks, you ing your efficiency, improvingyour modern style made of plastic in

scores of .annual visitors to American Beach have, 23 may find the way open to make diet, and relying on those pretty colors. It's snag proof and
knowledge, swore never to be caught in the vicinity giant strides toward your wordlyand who love you for support and I easy to wash with a sudsy sponge
your economic goals. Your position
except in an guidance. -always ready to receive a load
conse- makes you aware of the advan- 3-30-44-19-75-017. of clean clothes.
The summer season is barely at its half-way of your tages of traveling in your quest
already there are increasing reports of arrests and Mercury for enlightenment and inspiring
what' have been called trumped up charges. a sign friends. This period favors discussions -

some,instances of brutality. you to interviews and pecuniary -
to profit enterprises. Results may be PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
interested in the
This publication is deeply a slow, but you can afford to be
development of Florida and Negro business. We unique patient.

it our duty to bring this situation to the attention of This pe- 1100-66-18-62-342.
ness leaders and officials of Fernandina and Nassau for Leos

because the community stands to lose considerable mate- CAPRICORNBorn V

which comes from Negro vacationets and week-end... the Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
from Duval and nearby Georgia.We Heed the words of those who

trust that Sheriff Youngblood who has always is lit- 'can brighten your future. You

himself to be a law officer of high calibre will check may have to cope with a disap- 'Tha'

his deputies both white and colored to ascertain pointment or problem related to -

there is any foundation, for' thetel'fible name of a economics and friendships be-
down county" that is being tagged on Nassau.Dos cause your sign points this way.
With your instinct for the right

hope tactics to employ, you should have
is little trouble in turning the tablesto
And Don'ts"Yen greater your advantage. Conditions on. YC" h
time to this day emphasize the value of

all nega- cooperation for joint security and

and economic aims. Your' sign offers I
and in- additional evidence of benefits

true per- thru the union of minds and efforts -

you counsels being receptive to
and the the offers or openings that de-
wish. velop.

of initia- 4-77-60- -63-218..

Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
I I .
Tact, diplomacy and concilia-' h .p
23 tion disarm the scheming:; ones. It

eco may be easier for you to conform
the way with the desires of associates and,

a K 4 good people in authority. This'sign confirms -I 1400 WRHC 1400

i r are all the effiaciousness of peace-.
the ful and friendly tactics in your:

.t ,. raises dealings with others. Ambition KEN KNIGHT

emphasizes that cooperation will I

I c 1955 lead to greater productivity Presenting

fps .*. dime smoother accords and joint economic -i
i dnued, progress. Hope gives addi- KNIGHT TRAIN
redeeaH tional weight to projects that are,

profitable and aids to security 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly
programs. It would be wise to get

I ; ; | all important matters concluded. SWEET CHARIOT


4 I I PISCES 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

d / yt I Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 I
..... I II II Cooperation backed by affection

;?"" I makes life worth living. You may LIES IN THE KNIGHT
". Se.a. I feel a bit let down about your future -

prospects when you don't get 10:31012 Monday Thru Saturdayt

| | quick results. You can overcome .
"Yen 5U.,M Alse, .. Minify ., the Sefety sad Comfort of ..:. J this state of mind by taking the :- --=- -: -- -= :- ;#. -; -:.:.--_:..:..:.=.=::::


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Saturday .J.fy 28. 1956 STAR
to9e Tkrct

'-- :: :cal Clnirchwomen's Group Halds"Fellowshp- ,j f. Stork -

; -

= y ..It I Deliveries

. >x .,.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. of Ala >. .' i
McGregor' Tuskegee, are in the : Horn Tu:
city visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Totson. Mr. and Mrs
McGregor are graduateS' of Tuskegee Institute.. '
e : Wm. and Lora Curry, 1579 W.

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Lee have returned to the city from a 23rd St.. girl Jan. 30.

American Beach where they have been vacationing for three weeks: \\ : Arnette and Barbara Farms

} with their daughter G. Leona Styles and grandchildren Gerald and t a s 1615 Everson Court girl, April 17.

't Paul at Lee's Cottage. x __ Ronald and Agnes Johnson Sr..

re 720 Court G. Blodgett Homes boy

A Out PepIe June Donald 3. and Christine Blackman -

\I I 1 1138 Community Ct. boy.
:1 1 c June 3.Johnnie. '
Mrs. Albertha Duncan of 1339 Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Steward: : e .,

Harrison St. left the city recentlyfor were recent visitors in the city as" and Ruth_ Moore, 317
Atlanta. Ga. to visit relatives I the house guests of their'' aunt..1 Caroline St. girl June 4.

and friends. Mrs. Duncan b' Mrs. Alica Wilds, 1727 Blue Street Alex and Mary Rackley 714D

member of Mt. Carmel Baptist 'f Venus-Mars Court girl, June 6.

Church and president of Deacon Mrs. Inez Asque is convalescingin I Wm. and Dorothy Gordon. 1136

ess Board 1. her home at 2157 N. College Spearing St, girl, June 8. .
Circle after being confined in I ,
t- ,
Andrew and Frances" Well.
Mrs. Emma J. Smith of 1935 S. I
Brewster Hospital for several
,. radv 5870 Parts Ave. boy, June 8.
Ave. entertained Mrs. Rose $,: .4x r
Myrtle days..Mrs. Asque is a member I _
Wm. Hamilton
and Annie
Johnson of New York City recent- Grant Memorial AME Church n, 1065E.
22nd St, girl, June 9.
ly with a chicken supper in her serving in Choir 2. .

home. Present were the honoree Arthur and Josephine Walker,

her sister Mrs. Dora B. Washington Mrs. Dorothy 'Mack Hicks oi 3 Box 442 girl July 6.

Mrs. Mollie Albriton and Mrs. Chicago 111.. formerly this cityis Raymond and Louise MiL n.

Irene Berry .. visiting friends and relatives in + x # 1504 W 16th St. twins, boy and

the city. She is the house guest of ',;. 3" girl, July 7. .

Mrs. Elsie Thomas of this city her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. :.:.' .-, ,..; ....: .. H bW'x Benny and Lucir.da William,

has left for Miami to visit her Philip Jackson, 1069 W. Union Sand ., : ;'!( 1625 W 31st St. girl. June 19.

sister; Mrs. Mary Kelly. She will friends Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnnie and Catherine Spanish,
be accompanied by Miss Christine Lynch of Magnolia Gardens.
1998 W. 21st St, girl June 19.
Brown. YNaawit
George and Catherine Hampton.
Mrs. Jimmie Lee Lewis is ill i in
910 Jackson St. boy June 10.
Mrs. Ella Mae Harrell is con- her home at 1751 W. 44th St. She

valescing in her home at, 715 W. is a member of Choir 2 of Central 1 James and Susie Dunham.988

10th Street, following several CME Church. ...,... _. W. Ashley 5t.. boy, June 11.

days confinement in the Brewster rnh Birdell and Lillie Moore. 2165

Hospital. Mrs. Harrell is a mem- Mrs. Lenora Davis and daughter McQmde: girl, June 11.

ber of,DaySpring Baptist Church. Ruth Celestine returned to the Dlvid and Gloria Stephens Jr.,

city recently from New York City, 2936 Moncncf Rd. boy June 12.
Mrs. Laura M. Powell of 1711 Baltimore and New Jersey, where Frank and Juanita Harm 1650

W 16th St. left. the city recently they spent their vacation. Theyare W. 32nd St. girl. June 15.

to spend her vacation with relatives members of Bethel Baptist Johathan and Valares Clark

and friends in Boston Mass. Church. 1618 E. 29th St, boy. June l5.

Hew York City and other dtiws. Curtis and Helen Telfair Jr.

Mrs.Powell is a member of Payne Mrs. Mattie Reed of 1122 Spear 1423 W. 24th St, boy June 15.

Chapel AME Church. ing Street has returned to the city Roma and Addie Roberts, 40.1o

from Allendale South Carolina y9 Sa: Atlantic Blvd. girl, June 16.
Ivory Anderson is vacationingin where she visited relatives and p Roosevelt and Mary Cooper, Jr.

Newark, N. J. and Canada. Mr. friends. 4242 Haywood St. girl, June 16.

Anderson was accompanied by his Oscar Watson 1479 E. 23rd St.

two children Ivory, Jr. and Chris- boy, June 16.

tine Deloris- and niece Mary Miss Laura F. BryantIs ,a Marian and Rosa Singleton.

Elease Hams. They'will be out of A 1108 Evergreen Ave. girl, June 17.
the city for six weeks. While in Featured SoloistIn :- Lucious and Elizabeth Mobley.
Newark they will visit relativesand "Hour Of Charm"Miss 1214 E. 7th St. boy. June 17.

friends. John and Evelyn Laster, 5731

Abelia Rd, girl triplets June 17.
Laura Frances Bryant ...
Mrs. Sallye Neal U ill in her soloist Leroy and Iris Thompson. 1508
,will be featured on Sundayat
home at 1624 W. Lee Street. Mrs. Florida Ave. boy. June 19. ,
8 p. m. when the<< "Hour of
Neal is a member of the Polka _. Willie and Helen McLaughlin,
Charm" will be presented the
Dot Social and Saving Club. Grant Memorial AME Church. 1038 Oakley St. girl. June 19.
Eddie and Mary Williams 947
The program is sponsored by
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence of 1270 Madison St. boy, June 19.
Choir 3 of the church.
,West 15th Street spent their vacation Lucius Dunbar, 1702 Payne St. t
Miss Bryant is a 'graduate
at American Beach. They had Florida A and M University and UNIQUE EVENT' One of the interesting events of last Sunday left are: Mesdames Daisy B. Kelsey. Alice Johnson. Lena M. Scctt. twins boy and girl June 20.

as their guest Miss Carolyn Gamble at present: an instructor in Ft. was "Fellowship Hour" held at Tabernacle Baptist Church under Mamie Coleman. Elizabeth Thomas. Lucille A.Williams. Helen Law. Ellis and Doris Ervin, 1117 W.

and daughter Renee. Lauderdale's public;school system. the sponsorship of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the Union St. rence. Maynolia Early. Alberlha Johnson; Miss Rebecca Mack. Mrs. 21st St. girl June 20.

Miss Meltonia Cobb, Charlie James Association. Some of the Jaxons who participated in the Willie Pearl Goosby and Mrs. Gwendolyn Calvert. Leroy and Isabel Jones, Jr.

Mrs.Theresa Plummer of Green Sampson Miss Wilheimenia An- unusual event are-seen here. Pictured at bottom from left are: Rev. S. L. Badger pastor of 452 E. 47th St. boy, June 2.

Cove Springs. the Rev. J. Davis of 'derson, Mrs. Callie Johnson and In the photo at top from left are: Mesdames Alice Williams Tabernacle Baptist Church; Mrs. S. L. Badger. Mrs. Carrie B. Pink- Ruben and Clemmie Moudicia

Pensacola. Mrs. D. Walker. the Mrs. Anna Hooker will also ap- Christine Mangin. Mary, Cummings. Ora Brooks. Carrie L. Vogt ney. Mrs. Carrie B. Sloan. Mrs. T. B. McCall. Mrs. W. L. Jones.Envly 751, W. Adams St, boy, June 21.
Rev. and Mrs. J. Brooks and children. the Reddick and Elizabeth Merrett. Pictured in the middle from Mrs. Ella Mae Norton. Mrs. Dollie Ford and Rev. W. E. Young. Haran and Mary Jessie. 1126
program.Wedding >
Gloria and Robert of West Pearl>St, girl, June 21.

Palm Beach. were the house guestof Lucas and Revella Israel Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Washington YW Observes Entry Into New Home i Jaxon And Virginian City-wide BeauticiansWill 549 Nixon St. girl June 24.

at 1526 Harrison Street. Bells Take Martial VowsMiss Sponsor OutingThe Wm. H. Jennings, 1710 Eaverson -

Mrs. Henrietta Williams of 314 Applications for Marriage With Open House" Event! Sunday I| Vivian Kirklin and Wilbur City-Wide Beauticians are Irelims Court and girl Sarah June, Jones 25. 1328

E. Beaver St returned to the city Licenses i Thomas Hayes exchanged vows sponsoring a trip to Daytona Grant St, boy, June 25.

from Miami where she spent her The 1 in Va. Beach 19. Lenzy and Mary Ogletree, 1452
April August
West Young Women's Christian Association of Jacksonville will on Hampton on
vacation with her son Herbert Dawson Harrington, W. 14th St girl June 25.
Beaver St 70 and Ida George celebrate its entry into its new home at 582 West 8th Street with an Mrs. Hayes is the daughter of The bus will leave Union and ,
and in Nassau. Mrs. Williams is age Robert and Louise Williams ,
West Beaver St 58. "Open House" event scheduled for Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. B. Kirklin of 1131 Florida Avenue at 8 a. m.; 1225 age
a member of Grant Memorial I 631 E. 1st St, girl, June 26.
John E. Haslon, 517 W. ChurchSt One of the features of the af- Durkee Drive. and Kings Road, Davis and Kings
AME ChurchMrs. Willie and Mat Thomas, 1910
age 21 and Lenora Crafton, fair will be the presentation of a Edna Gallman''Cooke Mr. Hayes is.the son of Mr. and of Road, and State and Cla ". Streets. McQuade St, boy, June 29.
Mrs. Thomas
Adell Green of 1434 West 517 W. Church St, age 21.' program on which many talented I In Jax Henry Hayes Tickets may be secured 'from Jerry and Loretha Wyche. 1341

8th Street recently left the city to Willie L. Anthony, 3716 WilsonSt artists will appear. Several of the Sings Sunday Washington, D. C. the Orchid Beauty Shop, Kenner W. 3rd St, girl June 30.

visit relatives in New York, De- age 32 and Johnny M. Gates, contributing artists will come I Madam Edna Gallman Cooke of The.couple will.reside in Washington Beauty Shop Davis Street Shop, James, and Elizabeth Tanner,

troit and Connecticut. Mrs. Greenis 3716 Wilson St, age 32. from organizations connected Julia's Beauty Shop Camper's, 523 W. State St, girl June 30.
D. C noted
the wife of Rev. E. L. Green, John IL Stewart, Miami. Fla, with the YWCA. I Washington, gospel Maggie's and the Eutopia Shops. Eugene and Josephine Wither-
29 and Ollie M. Coachman,, singer, will appear on Sunday in Mrs. WilmerDorrellServes
pastor of Brooks Mission. age The new headquarters once the Elks auditorium, 712 W. Duval spoon 1361 W. 25th St, girl. July
Miami. Fla,.age 26.
known as the Blodgett Home was Street. As NarratorFor 3.
Jessie J. Wright. ,
purchased from Mrs. Nellie Lewisat The original Suwanee Quintetof James Wright and Mary, 937
O St, age 24 and Acquilla Robinson of and is also in PresentationA
a $31,000 Ga. and the N. Pine St, Green Cove Sprgs.
Augusta sensational -
2129 D, Mars St, age 21.It's the immediate vicinity of the for Singing Sons from Alabamawill MATTIE MORGAN COURT July 2.Philip.

mer home of the late Dr. A. L also appear at this time. musical entitled "The Old Mattie Morgan Court 53, Heroines L. Paul. 1457 Morgana

TOOTHACHES always so much wiser-,: Lewis, who was instrumental in The presentation of spiritualsand Ship of Zion," sponsored by Choir of Jericho, will observe its Rd., boy July 3.
TN0 and easier to keep household 1 of the St Joseph Methodist
the establishment of the local gospel numbers will be featured first anniversary on Sunday at Harold J. Carrigan, Riverview.:
DFHTOK iWUUliCNS t furnishings clean than to struggle Church is scheduled for Sunday at
Branch located on Lee Street. The by Madam Cooke and the 3:30: p. m. in the Central CME Trailer Park Green Cove Sprgs.
stains thai
with difficult spots and Lee Street building was destroyed other 7:30 p. m. in the church. Church First and Davis Streets.A twin boys. July 3.
have been neglected. And in the i by fire March 23 of this year. The public is invited. Mrs. Wilmer Dorrell will serveas program has been planned.A Russell D.Dennis 7243 Bland-
long run it's a lot more economical narrator with other local
along ing Blvd. girl, July 3. ,
The Branch committee on Ad- prize will be given to the
too, if you use suds promptly scheduled to participateon
persons Court of with the Malcolm E. Spicer Reo Vista
ministration voted to purchase the Garden Circle Holds Chapter Lodge
--- building from Mrs. Nellie Lewis 1( the program. largest attendance. Trailer Park. Green Cove Sprgs.
Election of OfficersThe The 35th anniversary of the girl. July 4.Napoleon. ""*
You Don't Have to :Go to Town to Get to continue its program on the choir will be celebrated on July 30 and Juanita,.-Mc-
same level as promoted in the for- All high pries, kings and scribesof
mer location. election of officers for the at 8 p. m. at which time a program all chapters in Duval and Nas- Knight 1117. E. 1st St,' boy, July::
: Marcechal Neil Garden Circle was will be rendered. The choir with 10.
LOW PRICESOn in the sau counties are asked to meet on
Participating purchasingwere the number of membersin I
held in a meeting recently in the .
Mrs. Elizabeth. Meuse finance Monday at 8 p. m. in the Masonic .
uniform will receive a prize.
home of Mrs. P. L. Thorington, Temple, 410 Broad Street ,
chairman; Mrs. Jack Darby, ,
Your 2014 Mars St. celebration JournalWriter's I
Zubburel Day planson
president of the YWCA; Mrs. Leroy I
Gardner, building chairman, Mrs. Annie Fleming was elect- Busy Circle Savings ,the second Sunday in August j

DRUGSTORE NEEDSTrade Central Assn.; Mrs. Matilda Al-I ed president; Mrs. Ethel Hamil- Club Will Sponsor will be made at this time. .

ford. executive, director and Mrs.I ton, first vice-presidentf. W. M. Solomon D.G.H.P. Mother Is DeadMrs. \
Daisy Duncan second vicepresident Silver Tea SundayThe .. .
With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Nellie Lewis,owner.. I' ;. Mrs. Theresa O. Butler, re- ROYAL ARCH MASONS
Mrs. Wilner Dorrell chairmanof cording secretary; Mrs. Bessie S. Busy Circle Savings Club Johnnie Mae Thomas star
the Branch Committee, Mrs. Mrs.C. will a Silver Tea Sunday All Royal Arch Masons will edition writer at the Jacksonville
We Will Meet Prices AdvertisedIn .. Gordon, financial secretary; sponsor
Any 8 in the
meet Monday at m.
Journal received the sad of
Mable Latson, house management news
.G. Williams, assistant financial July 29th from 4 to 6 p. m. in
Your Local Papers chairman, are in charge of the secretary; Mrs. Flora Mixon, the home of Mrs. Mary Lewis at Masonic Bldg. Fred Alexander, the passing of her mother, Mrs.
house event The committeeon G.HP. Dora Lewis Friday in her
open Prudence Aaron 960 Broad Street. on
treasurer; Mrs. i .
management and the profes- treasurer of the flower fund; Mrs. A program designed to provide home in Port Tampa Florida.

WOOD'S DIXIE PHABMACY sional staff are cooperating in the Ada M. Lee chaplain; Mrs. P. L many entertaining moments has Pallbearers Lodge 216 1 will at meet 1082 Mrs. Lewis is survived, in addition -
August ,
effort. Thorington, historian and Mrs. beenarranged by the program to her daughter, by a hus-
1302 KINGS ROAD at, MYRTLE' AVENUE The A. L Lewis Branch YWCAwas Etta Deas, reporter. committee. Davis St, at 8 p. m. Rev. G. W.I, band. Oscar Lewis, two sons Leroy -

PHONES .,EL 3.sSt7..tI established in 1H! It has I. A special feature of the event Miller is the president. anei'Glenwood Lewis and

We Del vei We MM Ml AHiDorfer*' PacriptMat' been one of the cultural and edu- BRIDES! If you married since will be the serving of a delightfulrefreshments' [other relatives.

PAY YOUR ,LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE cational centers in the commu- the last election you have to reg- by charming hostesses Trade With t Friends: who wish to send messages
nity. During the 16 of in the November under the direction of Mrs. may send them to Mrs.
years oper- War again to vote Shopping .Guide Advertisers
.BI .S..AT OUR STORE f I Thomas' family. P. O..,.-Box.19,
ation it has served women, girls 6 election. Be sure your new Clara Jackson who is president ,
j and men in its program. name Is in the book! the club. They Treat You Better Port Tampa, Florida.


.I : -- : :

,.1 THE FLOA/DA STAR Saturday July 28.

I Men And Women Hold Joint Celebration At Dayspring Sunday I ISanmie I

Davis and Mrs. L. Highiower I Jax Couple Wed 20 Years I Boy Seoul Camp I Ii St. Johns Ushers Will Southside Meet Union SundayAt

Head Morning and Evening ProgramsJoint i Will Open Monday I I Slate Observance Waymon Chapel

i Of Anniversary The Southside Union Meetingwill
The Boy Scout Camp Coacoo I
: be held Sunday July 29, 1956
observance will be held on Sunday in the Day Spring Baptist 4 Ghee, opened Monday, July 23rd, in the Waymon Chapel AME

Church at which time Men and Women's Day will be observed. with over 100 Scouts in Camp. Usher Board 1 of St. Johns Church, with Sunday School be-

The will have complete ,, The Camp will operate. for two Baptist Church will observe its
men II ginning at 9:30 a. m. with the
of the morning service weeks 42nd anniversary Sunday afternoon -
charge Superintendent Brother H. D.
and the women will have chargeof British Group I The Camp' is located about beginning at 3 o'clock in the Singletary in charge. Morning services -

the evening worship. twenty miles from Jacksonville! !Church auditorium.The will be conducted by Rev. S.

Sammie L. Davis will serve, as on the Blanding Road, just past program for the occasion Love, pastor of Bethel Baptist
general chairman; A. B. Barnes Calls For End the road that leads to Orange will feature Mrs. Sadie Alexander, Church.

co-chairman; Cecil B. Fisher, Park, on the right side of the road the Rev. W. B. Murray; Deacon Rev. Saul Cooper will have

chairman of music and J. F. Pat- and is easily located because of a Isaac Carnes, the St.Thomas Bap-
Of charge of the 3 p. m. services and
terson, secretary. Segregation'London p large sign, which reads "Camp. tist, Church Choir Mrs. Theola Deacon James Kenchion and William

Hubert Ingram will serve as Coacoochee, Boy Scouts of America -'' Trowell, Mrs. Rosa Lee Spencer, Toombs will preside over the
r .** Mrs. Thomasina Wilson the Rev.T. .
guest organist. Music will be In a pamplet one ofa 4 devotion services.
furnished by the male chorus and series prepared by party leadersto The camp consists of over 200 I C. McCoy Mrs. Bessie Mat- The congregation of Waymon

male ushers of boards 1 and 2 define party aims Britain's La- 4w 4' acres and there are several permanent -'j, thews, Deacon R. S. Murray and Chapel AME Church will have

will serve. bor party demanded an end to-all buildings Completed this i others. charge of the evening services.
and now in use, is a concrete Speaker for the occasion will
At the evening worship, Mrs. official recognition of racial segregation year I Rev. Epps is the pastor.
W. L. Smith will serve as pastor in the colonies.It .p swimming pool that is as fine as be the Rev. W. C. Neal, pastor of

,< h4Y any in the country. Nearing com- I St Thomas Baptist Church.
and the female! chorus under the called for integration of races i:
pletion is a dining hall and kitchen -
direction of Mrs. Benthonewill --
Ruby -
in schools and hospitals, elimina- .I Church Women
made with concrete blocks,
render music. Chairman at tion of regulations authorizing Mr. Fred J. Acosta and his wife Dorothy Mae Acosta will cele- Dallas Graham Club
that will seat over 125 boys for
this time is Mrs. Lucy Hightowerand segregation in housing estates brate their 20th wedding anniversary Saturday. August 4. at their

co-chairman, Mrs. Louise and the guarantee that all parks, home 1735 Ererson Court. meals. The concrete block bath Observes AnniversaryThe Plan Women's DayIt
house with modern plumbing for.
Holley. sports grounds and youth clubs financed Mr. Acosta is a veteran of World War 1. a member ,of the

The foot rally will terminate at with'public money "shallbe American Legion Post No. 197 and a member of.the male chorus of showers and toilet facilities and Dallas Graham Club of Mt has been announced that Mrs.
been in
the kitchen have
the evening worship.The available at all times to peopleof ML Sinai Baptist Church. camp Ararat Baptist Church will ob- Lois Cain chairman; Mrs. Nancy

program is in the interestof all races." Mrs.. Acosta is a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Post' operation Camp in past is under yearsThe the direc-I serve its anniversary Sunday Travis, co-chairman; Mrs. Ozzie

the educational building fund. The pamplet also said Britain No. 197 a member of Choir No. 2 and the Junior Mission of MLSinai tion of M. L. Rudd Field Scout afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Travis, treasurer; Mrs. L. Lauray,

has the duty of laying the founda- Baptist Church. Executive of the North Florida church auditorium. chairman of music; Mrs. Ida Fowler

Baptist Ministers tions of full democracy in colonial I Friends of the couple are invited to join them in the celebration. Council. Mr. Rudd is well trainedin I A program has been arranged chairman of trustee board;

territories, but added that how the Scouting program and has with the Rev. James Bryant as Mrs. Daisy Johnson Mrs. O. Tay-

Will Meet MondayThe this is to be done is still a matter experience in speaker. Music for the occasion lor, chairman of the decoration
many years camp
Jax AME District! Conference Closes will be furnished by the Mt. Ara-
for careful study direction and leadership in Scout- committee and Mrs. S. M. Mann

Baptist Ministers Brother- ing. Assisting Mr. Rudd in the rat Male Chorus.Missionary. and Mrs. Ella Henry secretarieswill

hood of Duval and adjacent counties Sunday In Walters Memorial ChurchThe Camp Program as program director participate in the prepara-

will meet Monday July 30, GroHfidBreakingCeremony is: Herbert L. Hughes, SocietyOf tions for women's day observance

1956 in the auditorium of Bethel Scoutmaster of' Troop 49, Shiloh i nthe Zion Hope Baptist Churchon
66th annual session of the Jacksonville District Conference New Bethel AME 26.
Baptist Church. Baptist Church; As Water Front August
South Florida Conference, AME Church, will close Sunday in Walters
Rev. C. A.Weaver will previewthe Slated Directors are: J. E. Bradford, To Present ProgramThe Mrs. Deotha Simpson is pastorfor
Memorial AME Zion Church, Madison and Caroline Streets with the
the and music will
Sunday School lesson. The Scoutmaster of Troop 76, St. Ste- day special
presiding elder Dr. W. J. Limbric in charge. .
order of the day will be read by phens AME, Church and R. B. Missionary Society of New be presented by a special prepared

an appointee of the president.Rev. At NI.Stephen'sSunday The meetings began Thursday Stewart, Jr,Scoutmaster of Troop Bethel AME Church will present chorus under the direction of Mrs.

H. H. Robinson is the presi- evening with the Rev. S. L. Cal- Zion SlatesMen's 47, Mt. Zion AME Church; As program. Sunday at 6 o'clock in Beatrice Williams and Mrs. Lu-
houn delivering the sermon. Hope
dent and Rev.G. W. Miller is the Councellors are: Bruce Seldon, connection with the Missionary pine Riley.
willbe. a glorious day The Rev. H. C. Archie was heard
reporter. Assistant Scoutmaster Troop 74 '
for the many patient and sacri- I at the Friday night service. Day observance.
St. Pius Catholic Church; John H. i will be Miss Jimmie
ficing members and friends who I Sunday morning ,the presiding Day EventAnnual Appearing Rev. D. A. Graham
Porter, member West Division;
L. Rodgers Mrs. Mollie Porter,
Senior have remained loyal and faithfulto elder will give the message. The I
Missionaries. Edgar Alston Scoutmaster Troop Mrs. Edina Tunsil Mrs. Inez
Delivers SermonFor
when St scheduled'Simday
a just cause Stephens Missionary hour is -
Men's Day is scheduled 51, Ebenezer Methodist Church; I Davis, Mrs. Vivian Mrs.
Will Sponsor TeaThe AME Church at Fifth and Davis afternoon with the Rev. M. Williams
Streets Sunday, August 12, in Zion Hope A. D. Maxey, Chairman Campingand Olivia Harrell, Mrs. Ollie Mae GroundbreakingThe
conducts its
groundbreaking Washington preaching. Baptist Church of which the Rev. Activities Committee of East Williams, Mrs.. Clara L. Austin,
annual silver tea sponsored ceremonies at 3 m.
p. E. R. Simpson, is._pastor. Division; L. C. Frison Miss Betty Nicholson. Mrs. Rosa Rev. Dallas A. Graham,
by the Senior Missionary Societyof The pastor, the Rev.T. Wi red
Heading the annual drive Camping and Activities Leona pastor of the Mt Ararat Baptist
Bible School as Chainnan. Lee Grier, Mrs. Jackson.
the Second Baptist Church will Bullard, his official staff along BeginsAt
chairman is Nathaniel Davis. tee, West Division; As Mrs. Mattie Aaron Mrs. Sara S. Church will deliver the sermon on
be presented on Sunday at 4 p.min with the committee with
program Antioch MondayThe Other officers include Willie James Wilson, The Junior staff Lovett Mrs.Vivian Williams, Mrs. Sunday at 3 p.' m. in the West
the basement of the church.
Mrs. Mamie I
Taylor serving its
Mrs. Alexina Johnson, presidenthas as Bruce co-chairman. :; Walter officers are James Monroe and I i Evelyn Williams, Mrs. Pearl Williams !- Friendship Baptist Church at
capable chairman, have worked Vacation Bible School Hawk, treasurer;John Laury sec- William Smith of Troop 51 and h Mrs. Victoria Toms, Mrs. which time a ground-breaking
arranged a program to be pre- diligently to make this service
a Antioch Baptist Church of whic retary. Frederick Jordan, Joseph Holzen- M. L. Cooper Mrs. Minnie L. will be conducted.
sented time and has invited
at this '
for 'I
memorable event to
some of the Societies of the years the Rev. J. J. Jones is pastor is Music for the occasion will be dad, Johnny D. Sapp and James Davis and others. On Saturday, district 1 is plan-

church come. scheduled to open Monday morn- presented by the Male Chorus of Anderson of Troop 47. I Mrs. Abiah Shehee will be ning a chicken supper beginning

as special guests. All choirs will be combined to ing at 9 a. m. Zion Hope and a guest'choral The Camp program is designed .speaker for the occasion. at 8 p. m. in the home of Mrs.

form one big singing.,aggregation The pastor will serve and will group will, also be heard. especially to permit all Scouts to Rosa Lee Nix, 2015 Commonwealth

Laymen'sLeague for this special occasion.All music be assisted by M. H. Mann, Mrs. qualify for the outdoor Merit i StDistrict

will be under the direction of Miss Mary Huey, Mrs. Beatrice Napkins Badges such as camping, swim- Second Baptist's 3 will also sponsor a

Will Meet Sunday Ida Mae Bingham and Neal Bland. and other competent instruc- ming, life-saving, athletics, cook- Missionary Society chicken supper in the home of

Presiding at the afternoon serv- ing, etc: On Tuesday evening, Mrs. Geneva Cotton, 2096 Wood-

I The Laymen's League will con- ice will be the Rev. B. J. Wil- tors.The regular order of services members of Lodge 200, Order ol Slates Silver TeaThe side Ave.

duct its quarterly meeting Sunday liams,. appearing with the Rever- will be held Sunday beginningwith ,. k a.. .. the Arrow, from Camp Echockotee -, Revival meetings are slated to

July 29th at 3 p. m. in the New ends L. F. Hill, A. Gaines, J. A. the Sunday School. The inducted several Scouts and Senior Missionary Societyof begin on Monday at 8 p. m. in the

Hope AME Church at.17th and Roberts, L. W. Howard; Neal major sermons of the day will be .t # Scouters into this National Scout Second Baptist' Church will church with the Rev. Graham and

Davis Street.. Bland. The speaker. Dean J. B. preached by the pastor. Fraternity and arranged for a sponsor its annual Silver Tea the Rev. W. C. Neal delivering

The budget of the 35th General Epperson will be introduced by Other activities include rehearsal chapter to be set up at Camp Sunday July 29th from 4 to 6 p. the sermons each night.

Conference of the AME Church the Rev. J. B. Epperson of Choir 3 Monday at 5:30 with Coacoochee. Membership in this m. in the church basement.

will be discussed by a selected Bible Study Tuesday at 7 p. m. Fraternity is based upon sevrice The president and committee
paneL Mrs. J. L. Williams, conference followed by prayer meeting. rendered to Scouting.- have completed plans for this af Durkee Drive Guild

president, and Mn Felix t Ministers, Deacons, Parents and friends are cordi- fair. Committees are as follows: Schedules MeetingThe

White is the State president ally invited to attend the campfire Tables, Mesdames N. A. Bradley,

Holdin9Conflab St. Thomas Church ceremonies at 8 o'clock each even- Marie Collier and Essie M. Carter; Durkee Drive Junior Guild

ing and Saturdays have been set Registrations, Ester B. Middleton;
Lists ActivitiesThe will hold its next meeting in Au-
BABY CONTEST Thes Ministers and Deacon aside as visitsors day. The many Decoration, Mrs. A. Johnson; Program -
gust in the home of Mrs. Sallye B.
Union of Wesconnett and Sweet- parentst and friends.who have Mrs. R. L. Edwards.
Via this, at 1160 Durkee Drive.The
WILL water, auxiliary* : to the Middle coming activities for the St visited the camp, have all ex- The youth of the church will
last meeting was held on July 21, .
-- Florida and Clay County association Thomas Baptist Church will include pressed their satisfaction on the preside over the program. Miss
in the home of Mrs. J. L. Terry.A .
The Baby Contest at Bethel will convene in the Greater the Senior Mission Tea on manner in which the camp is be- Alice Faye Roundtree presiding at

Methodist Church, Dinsmore, will Zion Grove Baptist Church Sunday from 4 to t> p. m. :: ing conducted. the piano. Mrs. W. M. Johnson is devotional period was held anda

terminate at,3 p. m. Sunday July through Sunday. The meeting began Choir 2 and Usher Board 1 will A special Clubbing activity pro- the president and Rev. K. D. Brittis pledge was made to the Bible.

29.The on Wednesday. accompany. the pastor' to the St.I gram will be conducted each Sat- the pastor. Christian flag and the American

contestants and sponsorsare Jasper Kierce is scheduled to John Baptist Church on Sunday ?k Y urday from 10 o'clock in the flag.The
theme of the Guild is
Juantez: Renita, daughter of at3p.m- f .4 song
: to 4 o'clock in the after-
preside at the Sunday School hour morning **
Mr.: and Mrs. Walter Blackman; Appreciation night for the ... Mt. Calvary Baptist "Fairest Lord Jesus. The Lord's
pastor All clubs are invited to
and will ,be assisted' by W. M. I"COSE T QO :: noon.
Janet. Joy lyn, daughter of Mr. White Mrs. Althea Mitchell, Mrs. the Rev. W. C. Neal is slated .L ; come with tehir parents and par- Observes Youth DayOn Prayer was shown in pictures following -
devotion. An entertaining
and Mrs. Arnett Farns; Vernal for August 13.
Carrie Graves.L.Stewart Dolores Burt Lancaster and Anna Mag- ticipate in this program.
Fredrick, of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- District 1 will celebrate its talent program was rendered.
son an- who wish to enroll for Sunday in the Mt Calvary
Williams and Mrs. Mary Kohn. nazi (above) star in the Academy Scouts
Sandra Wilson, presided over
liam N. Jenkins; and Ronnie Gary The lesson review will be made niversary on the second Sundayin Award drama. ROSE TATTOO" the second week of camp, j Baptist Church, Youth Day will
Johnson, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. August with a Youth Musical 30th do begin-j be observed. the business session. Punch and
J. C. ning July may
by the Rev. Finney. showing Sunday and all week at cookies served.
Jim Hartsfield. and Dramatic Recital featuringMiss their Scoutmaster or L. R. Burns, director of the were
The Reverends Williams and the Strand. Miss Magnani won the } I
Casandra_NeaL by registering at the Boy Scout group and also pianist will pre-
Brooks are in charge of the sermon award as "Best Actress of 1956"for '
On August 14, the choirs, ushers Building'' sent the
the Exchange program.
office in
an devotional periods re- her superb dramatic role in DAYTIME
and congregation are requested to The public is invited.
GEnMGUPNKHTStt r spectively. this film. Co-hit is the new first on Adams Street. SERVICE 00
accompany the pastor to the Mt. CALLS $3.
wonted by *(Ortttx* At 3 p. m. Mrs. Rosa Worthyand Zion Baptist Church Palatka, to Jax showing of "TIME TABLE.
VPraft.toe"Bn.adaWebtr er tteb* starring Mark Stevens in a suspense Your STEVENS TV
= Cleadie will
IRe vitafttten) or .. <%* if CrtMla Mrs. Hasley pre- render service. NOTICEChurch
.tocomaoo Pdaey Md Btoditef 1mMUGu. thriller. Editorial Page FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE
side and the Rev. S. Scott will ,
.vanr1'U rGl'beD.AlIWkIDcmI'1U 1c1e1, The annual Men's Day celebra- I Call EL 6-0694
Speaks Progress
.a.d to .... rears liraI I&fI&7 and preach. tion will be observed on August I I
A far c ru ..- Mrs. Alveta Kohn is in chargeof and ClubReporters Read 2 Guaranteed Work
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Wednesday night for rehearsal

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Saturday July 21, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Pogo five

I Judge's Ruling Leaves JPs Status Questionable **


Justices Of Peace I In Service Teachers Take Courses At Edward. Waters E

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Status Doubtful *
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Duval County's Justices of the .: -.- a *
.: .
i Peace are back at work followinga

week-end layoff forced by a circuit r U.y ..' .

.. court ruling that the proce- : 1WrYdaJtIto -

dure unconstitutional in setting up their. districtswas ::'-y yV .

A notice af appeal from Judge ;. { Il *
Qgilvie's filed :; }
ruling was Mondayand .N

the judge then signed a .. !
supersedeas order staying further .
proceedings in the until rul '
case a I
ing is obtained from the Florida ry t N
r Y 'R
Supreme Court ...' ., t" J JIr4tend A tip of the Pepsi Cap la
The notice of appeal automatically % : these outstanding joanr
: Americans wh. make our
operated as a stay order let ;: country and our community
ting Justice of the Peace officers a better place in which, to live.
continue with their duties until *

a final order is written.
The judge ruled Friday that the * *

procedure which set up the coun I IIIIIIII. *

ty's five districts was unconstitu ..
tional. The decision came in re- ..um_. _.___,,._.,_u.'"' ... .. ........_. ..w..y.v. ._. .vv_._.__ ._. \_,. nu S&.' .:' *

sponse to a suit brought by Sarah GETTING POINTERS Teachers of Jacksonville and surrounding area who Waters College are seen in a Visual Aids class which has as its instructor Mrs. 1:; *
Bryan Justice of the Peace since are taking advantage of the courses for in service teachers being offered at Edward Sarah Stewart.
1934. 'She was defeated for re- -.- --- -.- --- _._. __. t *

nomination Ernest D.in Jackson the May Sr.primaryby Negro E Social And Savings Club ,Holds Regular Session ." ''-." *

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<''rm'! two. v ; Mnxt6tgeezay! w .
attorney. ; : yK'nry't: :; : .
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; : )1/'i'11f Jr-: v '.' ':,.\:: <.
Named as defendants in her suit -,. /" *,'"' ,.. .. Trcau i *
were the four other justices con- l 3 : *
stables and the county commis- S. i .. f"i/ L #Qc-S. Jt : I5:1Te : -r- "
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sion.The : ,. .
judge's ruling upheld a con- i .i' .
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tention by Miss Bryan's attorney, J ,< i,
Frank Cannon,'that the people did : RANME ROYAL *

not have an opportunity to vote James Weldon Johnson
on the actual boundaries of the ..jr. School
five districts when they were set Pepsi-Cola dealers ap- *
plaud this energetic young
up by a 1949 legislative act man who serves as a *
Judge Ogilvie ruled that th member of Student Council
y < .
in is also a
nine districts in effect before a ; member flheH PersonalityClub *
which helps prepare
1952 referendum are the legally better citizens of the future *
constituted districts. .

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Man Is ArrestedOn 4 --. <[ A ** *

Q = 1g *
Burglary Count S S S;r S

Patrolmen Edward Hickson and *
Ji *
John Doe went to Bethlehem Bap-
tist Church 1615 Madison Street *

l .at 12:15 a. m,. when a report had ; r *
been received of a prowler in the

vicinity. The officers found Rubin 1tLt *

Grant, 25, of 1192 W 10th Street *
.hiding.in a room on the first floor : ::: :' '__ ___ __ ._ 0 _, ,__. *
of the church. S SOCIAL CLUB MEETS; : Members ox the Busy Bee social: ana savings Club Letna in the second scene in the same order are Mrs. Laura Sheppard::>> ,

Grant was booked for burglaryand I who met in the home of Mrs. Gladys Mae Davis at 76 Ives Street are shown above. Mrs. Mary Lee Wiseand Mrs. Alberta McCary.

attempted larceny. In the first scene from left are: Mrs. Gladys Mae Davis. Mrs. Annie Davis and Mrs. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS *

Negro Farmer Florida Normal I I Contract Let For *
JAMc. KL'itllY: :

RANGE SALE! Pool Supplies Kinsey New High adds stanton dignity School Senior to the

GAS Saves Life Of Will Get FundsAs school represented patrol at when anytime.He it is.

At DeIEayBeach the is patrol Master and Sargeant a member of
of the 10A-12 class. Reserves
Crop DusterHEADLAND actively in the
the result of three days of church, and, community.
speaking. engagements in greater DELRAY BEACH Commis- *

Florence Gas Ala. A quick- Philadelphia, Pa. President R:W. sioner W. J. Snow was named by * *
: RangesNO thinking Negro farmer saved the Puryear of Florida Normal and the City Commissioners at a spe-

life of a crop-duster pilot near industrial Memorial College received cial meeting to supply ready-mix *

here last Monday when he pulledthe nearly $1000; in cash and concrete for the Negro swimmingpool *

pilot from his wrecked and pledges toward the college's Development under construction in the

MONEY DOWN burning plane. Program.On west section of the city of Delray *
Beach. .,
The aircraft, piloted by Johnny a recent jaunt to Philadel- .- / ..
Culpepper, 40,'of the Napier Field Attorney General' Ervin said in x 'Wi.
phia Pa. Dr. Puryear, as guest *
a statement after being contracted

24 MONTHS TO PAY"Buy community, the ground.near L.Dothan C. Jones crashedto ran to speaker. Gray, was Jr.,hosted a former by Dr.educatorand Wm.H. by was City permissable Atty. John for Adams a commissioner that it- YiI' *

the scene and found the plane on administrator in several of 1 !>-.. *
to act as a supplier, but
fire with Culpepper still strappedin.
Honda's In ful- .
leading colleges. not good practice, but, in. this *
I" .
of Duval Pay at Duval" filling this and other speaking en- case he felt it was perfectly all ".,II. .
The pilot is in a Dothan hospital gagements, Florida Normal and r Y' > *
20 Models To Choose From with a broken leg, several deep Industrial Memorial College's right .A' -i
The commission agreed to pay *
cuts and possible head and back president sparked the local minis- oF_ .. ,
Adams $1,250 for his work on the
injuries.. ters of the Baptist Minister's Conference recent Negro beachswimmingpool THEODORE NORMAN *

i ,. among whom were many which has been cleared up. James Weldon School Johnson *
former Florida pastors, to initiate 'Norman has shown an in*
This move by the city commission
FREE Bias Law Aclion a local Baptist minister's rally assures the Negro residents oi creasing and interest is actively in journalism engaged *
which netted nearly $1,000 in cash as a writer in the "
I Delray Beach a beautifully constructed school paper. He is a *
and pledges. modern swimming pool. member of the 10th grade
S.- 0 Gels Deferred and the student council. Awellliked *
I The ministers who contributedto added youngster he Is
an contribution to
the amount are as follows: Rev.R. his school, church and *

Ft Pierce Final action on A. Cromwell, Childs Memorial Hearing Set For community. *

HAM two ordinances drawn to ease the Baptist Church; Rev. W. L Bent-
* *
Emmanuel InsL
way for the handling of problemsthat ley, Baptist Magnolia
might arise from the integra- Church; Rev. C. M. Smith Way- S

roi INSTALLATIONAnd tion issue were deferred by the land Temple Baptist Church;; Rev, Rates IncreaseCounty Congratulations from Pepsi
W. H. Gray, Jrn Bright Hope Bap-
.- City Commission this week. The Cola to these three Merit
two measures were given a first tist Church; Rev. E. T. Lewis, Award winners!
Commissioners set August -
DELIVERY reading at a former meeting. Faith Tabernacle Baptist Church; Merit Award
,6 at 10 a. m. for a final hear r Listea to Pepsi
Action of the proposed ordi- Rev. E. M. Percetti, New Israel salutations on Pepsi Cole
ing on a petition by Magnolia
.- With Each Range SeU nances was deferred after protests Baptist Church; Rev. H. T Mc- Homes, Inc., to increase war on your dial, Saturdays 10 .

: -. from a delegation of colored people Crary, Tasker Street Baptist rates in Magnolia Gardens. 11 A.M.
(:' who claimed' their rights The company offered testimon'' *
Church; Rev. H. J. Trapp, Thankful -
would be violated by those meas that it was losing money on the
Baptist Church; Rev. PrestonL ; .
ures. The group presented a peti current-rates, $4.50 a quarter and
Priced $12095 tion setting out their objectionsand Walker; Greater St. Joseph wishes $7.50 a quarter. *

asked that final action be de- Baptist Church: Rev. L W. Par- The residents protested and 1

HIGHEST TRADE-IN From il ferred to which the commissioner's rish Morris Chapel Baptist their attorney, Ernest Jacksor I VeJ

agreed. Church; Rev. L. G. Carr, Vine asked time to prepare an answei *
ALLOWANCES One of the proposed ordinances and to decide if an independent l
AND TRADE Memorial Baptist Church; Rev. R. *
would. authorize merchants, auditor would be employed tc>>
L. Thomas Second Pilgrim Baptist '
hotels motels, clubs and other check the company's books. H e
business establishments except Church; and Rev. D. W. Beau- was given until the hearing Tier l tt

those selling gasoline and public ford, New Hope Temple Baptist month to have the audit complete I .

Duval Appliance: Co.CORNER utilities to sell, serve or dobusi Church. -- -- I tl

ness with only persons of their GETTING UP NIGHTS l Pepsi Cola
choice and to refuse to sell to oi }
It worried tr "Bladder We&kneu" (Getting Dealers of
serve those whom they chose nol was threatened or appeared imminent Cp MUtU or Bed Wetting too frequent
PHONE EL 6-2493 burning or ttfMng urine,lion) or tav
STATE AND PEARL and ban any person from Strong Smelling.Cloudy Urine des to 'I ; JacksonvilleRefresh JI
to.The other proposed ordinance entering a place with the intent of common Kidney and Bladder Irritation,
try CYSTZX for quick help SO years ue 1
Open 'til 9XX) p.m. Monday and Friday Nights would empower police to step intc creating a disturbance by loud prom gut for safety UI3TEJL for young wider tad money-tick old A k trug cuu- I H55--

a situation in which a disturbance talking, argument or otherwise. antee. Bee hot fait you improve. without'fOUnc ..tare a Pepsi



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Paoe Six THE fLORIDA STAR Sotllrcloy, July 28, 1956

I News Of Interest_ From Sections Of Beautiful Florida. I IJtige

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I Slaps ;10-Day Jail' Sentence "Florida Classic" Mother And Daughter On Vacation j OutingsChoir Judge Studies Sanity Plea

Test Plea in Fla. A&M

OB "Healer, Lucky Ckirm" Healer I Committee Holds 2 of Wrightsville Methodist University Rape Incident

Church will sponsor its an-
In lax nual Little Island Tallahassee "State Atty. W. D.Hopkins' .
Meeting outing to Talbot -
St. Petersburg A St. Peter:sburg judge took steps to curb a i
challenge of the consti-
The bus will
growing crop of prophets, healers and lucky charm: dispensers who
the church at 9:30 a. m. Tickets tutionality of the 1955 Florida law
have been invading Florida.A Officials of Florida A and M
providing hospitalization insteadof
be secured from ;
may any mem-
wandering "preacher" who j University and Bethune-Cookman k
ber of the choir or by contacting prison for sexual psychopathsis
advertised himself as the seller of provoked Judge Herbert Peterson 'College gathered here last Thursday Mrs Beatrice Coleman.The in the hands of Circuit Judge

an assortment of magical items including into declaring. "If you use the I to begin planning for the ,. m uk Walker for decision. J

"Evil Eye Joe ControllingPowder" spiritual garb to obtain money second annual "Florida Classic"football ,
Sunday School of Bethle- Attorneys completed oral
and Mother Duck Holy from others, it is committing a I which will be play- argu-
hem Baptist Church, Sixth and ments in the case of Willie White
Number Eight Oil" was sentencedto crime against God. ,ed between the football teams of
T Madison Streets will its which will
sponsor test validity of the law
10 days in jail for vagrancy: last
the two schools
Saturday evening,
"You're going to be defrockedand annual outing to Little Talbot Island for all Florida.
Tuesday in Municipal Court. October 20 in the Gator Bowl.
jailed for 10 days, Judge w today. The bus will leave the Clyde W. Atkinson asked that
"He didn't have a chance to set Peterson said. Present for the meeting were-
up shop in St Petersburg" cOm- Dr. George W. Gore. Jr., president tf church at 3 p. m. the law be invoked to send Whiteto

mented Detective Thane ""Bum" Covert said Huston had come i A and M; J. R. E. Lee Jr., the state mental hospital for
from Savannah, Ga., to solicit Emma V. Kelly Juvenile Class treatment instead of to trial for
Covert of Thomas Huston, 52, also business manager, A and M; A. S.' will
known as the Rev. T. H. Thomas. funds from Negro ministers in St Gaither, athletic director and 6 91 sponsor its annual outing i rape and sodomy in connection
'z. to Brunswick. Ga., August 2. The
Petersburg. Attempting to find N with an alleged assault on a Flor-
Covert exhibited a handbill he head football coach, A and Mi; leave
bus will the Elks Auditor-
said was found in Huston's car' some, he called on a Catholic Charles J, Smith, director of pub- ida A and M\ University woman
for aid, which resulted in ium, 712 W. Duval St, at 8:30: a. student.
Saturday. The handbill, referringto lic relations, A and M; Harold
m.; Florida Avenue and First Stat
detectives said.
the Rev. Thomas his arrest the LT contends the law is
Huston as Whitehurst. athletic director, Hopkins unconstitutional
8:40 a. m.; 21st Street and Phoe-
proclaimed him an "ordained When arrested, Huston was Bethune; Paul Hyde, business because it has a
p nix Ave. at 8:50 a. m.; 27th and
spiritualist," and said, "If your working on his dilapidated car manager, Bethune; and L. Allen Q +' Buckman Sts. at 9 defective title which didn't put
a. m.
love is bad if you need money, if at 30th Avenue and Ninth Street Pyke, band director Bethune- the Legislature on notice that it

your business is bad only one North. Covert said he and detec- Cookman. could be applied to almost anyone
The Sunday School of Central
visit to me and .jour troubles are tive Lieutenant Earl Newberry charged with a crime and would
r Baptist Church will sponsor its
over." found rings of a supposedly supernatural grant a person once declared to
annual outing to Little Talbot'Island -
,Huston, dressed in clerical garb, | : power in the car. Tallahassee Vets 44 n be a criminal psychopath immu
.h today. The bus will leave the
r. dY. from further .
nity prosN'ution.Atkinson
church Third and Broad Streets,

Dr. E. Clayton Calhoun, Paine College President Plan Organization at 9 a. m. All members of the contended it was improper -

Will Be Commencement' Speaker At BethuneCookmanSpeaker Tallahassee Colored Veteransof I Ixk church are to attend. to question constitutional
I 4 yo ity of the law because his positionas
World War I met in the Snead .J ., ,:, '"" I
t state makes him ad.
Group Captains 5 and 11 of Mt.: attorney
for the summer school commencement exercise at Franklin: American Legion Homeon 1i/: :h.;L. J Tabor Baptist Church will spon-! ministrator of the statue.

Bethune-Cookman College on August 4 will be Dr. E. Clayton Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., for .wt b.6'F
.. ::a.r:. .. l: sor an outing to New Berlin Fri
I the of ___... : ___
uamoun.x.Dr. purpose organizing.Dr. -"' ''' day.The bus will leave the church

Calhoun is president of A. Royal- Forsythe, chief qf Mrs. J. Cull Burton and her daughter Cynthia Fifth and Mt\ Herman Sts. at 8:15a.

Paine College, Augusta, Ga.. and Collins Says the staff of the Department of residents of Jacksonville left the city to spend their summer m. LEARN TO DRIVE

has served as minister of the Florida attended the meeting and vacation visiting friends and relatives in Greensboro. S. C. and The Quickest Th. Eeslesf.

Riverside" Methodist Church in Law Can't Slop told what is being done by the Bainbridge.. Ga. WASHABLE WINDOW Way T. teen

MiamL He was educated in the national organization to secure a DRESSINGNew

public schools in 1 Florida gradu-: Klan SI00 a month pension for World ideas for window AJAXDRIVING
Meetings your
ating from the Columbia County War I veterans when, they reach Zipn Baptist Church Slates draperies: burlap and corduroy. SCHOOL
He 60.
High School in Lake City. received These two machine-washable fab- CALL EL 4-0639

the A. B. degree from Florida Tallahassee From the office Wives widows and mothers and rics, favorites with professional
Event For Its Pastor
in Lake- in attendance. Anniversary George Perpena
Southern College. of Governor Leroy Collins came daughters were decorators, can be had by-the-

land, BD degree from Southern the report that there is nothing in yard at modest cost in a real deco- 1134 W. 5th Street

Methodist University, further the law books which would allow Palatka The 63rd anniversary of the Mt. Zion Baptist Churchand rator: tones.

graduate study at Scarritt Collegefor the state to cope with the fiery WOB.SPROGRAM the second anniversary of the pastor, the Rev. N. B. Williams

Christian workers; Souchow new Ku Klux Klan which held a will be observed in the auditorium of the church beginning on Au-

University School of Chinese Lan- in Lakeland last week-
meeting SCHEDULE gust 9 at 8 p.m.. _
Boston. University Schoolof end."There's. -
guage; At this time the Rev. J. W. Walker -

Theology, University of Cali- nothing presently in MONDAY FRIDAY pastor of the Mt. Tabor Bap-
Sacred Music Event
fornia and.school of Oriental lan- the law that will stop these people .:M lip On
tist Church, his choir and,congregation Melvin GraceAND
C.-00 ItJ Capsule Newt Weather,
and culture. aide said.
guages an Features Curtis
57710 Heaven's Road (Melrin and the Rev. Roberts pas- King
The program is scheduled at Laws passed by the 1953 Lewis Grace)
tor of the New Mt Zion Baptist
7:00-7:03: Capsule News Weather I
10 a. m. in White Hall accordingto lature made it illegal to wear TrtI t-M The Kid(Boh Hudson) Church will preside during the Tallahassee In the sixth an-
Dr. R. V. Moore, president of hoods but the aide said that law S.-00 -. SI Capsule News Weather
nual Festival of Sacred Music to
11 ':01 The Kid (Bolt Hudson) service. .
the college. would do no good in this new .:01 ':OJ Capsule News Weather
be held at St. Michael and All .
On 10 Rev. L. M.
':U 10:00 ampin with JohnsJohnny August' the
group. ( Shaw) y Angels Church on Sunday at 7
Jones of First African
pastor the
10:00 143 Capsule News *: Weather
:PUTNAM COUNTY He said the law covering both 10:03 1140 Gospel Train Number One Baptist Church, choir and congre- p. m., Curtis King, noted singer
hood wearing and cross burning (Melvin ) .
News and assistant of musicat
11:00 1141 Capsule Weather gation of Green Cove Springs,Fla. professor THE DEACON
only makes Klan activities illegalin 1143 1240 Gospel Train Number One
Florida A and M University,
and the Rev. R. W. Jackson
The.Rev. S. L. Brownell, Mod- (Malrtn Grace)
public places.The 12.-00 12:15 Local News Joyce will be one of the featured art-
tor of the St.John Baptist Church, .
erator of the North Florida and
Klan met in an open field. Jorner)
and his 12:1512:31 Man em Street (Shaw Orange Park will be present to ists.Mr.
Association associate -
Georgia Public places are defined in the Hudson) King is a graduate: of Knox-
pastor,. the Rev. W. Hodges law building maintained by 12:30-12:45; Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) preside at the services. GUIDING YOUR WAY
12:43-1:00 A Woman's World (Joyce ville College and Columbia Uni- .
recent visitors in Palatka. The Rev. L. W. Lewis, the Rev.
were and Jorner)
public authority, public parks versity and has appeared in con-
1:0* 1:03 News Weather
They attended services in the Capsule Collins the Rev. Rice and the
streets. 1:03 2:00 Gospel Train Number certs in many places.
Bethel Baptist Church Two (Melvin Grace) Rev. A. Coins are the ministersin
240 2:03 Capsule News Weather He possesses a rich tenor voice.In .
Learn Commercial Art 241-3:00 Gospel Two (Melvin Train,Grace Number) on charge August of 12.the service at 3 p. m. addition to selections from 10:00 to 12:00 A.M.

Start Anytime JOt 3:03 Capsule News Weather Mr.King, an ensemble will be directed -

mm MUSCLES C. f. APPROVED 3:0)- 4.-00 Jumpln(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) On August 13 at 8 p. m., the by him and he will also direct -

AMERICAN .:Ot .:tJ Capsule News Weather Rev. W. C. Neal, pastor of the St. the audience in congregational 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.
a.o... eetae .* ...... ..*.. .w.e CMS .:13 -.5:00 Jnmpla with Shaw Johnny Thomas Baptist Church of Jack-
(Johnny )
....with tTANBACK.taklets or eewe*. SCHOOL OF ART singing.
I:" 1:03 Capsule News ft Weather
sonville his choir and
TANMCK ....feet U briae e-, s46i1 543 COO Jumpln. with Johnny congrega- Following the event there will
..us,..........tTANSACK(....... Moved T. New Location (Johnny Shaw) tion will have charge of the serv-
-bi.s .,.,.. ....1-.. bps ... 106 EAST BAY STREET <:60 (*3 Capsule News Weather be a social affair on the lawn of thru Saturday
....I.M. ... tat rtttef e**eJe 2nd FloorArticle <:03 f:3 The Kid (Bob Hudson) ice at which time the celebrationwill : the church ground. Monday
SATURDAY.oo close."Cannonball".
I.- sun on
1:01 ItJ capsule.News Weather .
<:03 -7:H Heaven's Road (Melvin 'h'J i % ReiefofPAIN OVER
Reveals Grace) fl
in Reader's Digest 7:117:13 Capsule News Weather. J
743 I:" The Kid (Bob Hudson) Makes j;
140-143 Capsule News Weather t
143-040 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
r Jittery Pre-MenstruabTension ':01 043 Capsule New Weather Guest Appearance On1'
043 1040 Jumpln with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) Steve Allen Show
I':" 1043 Capsule News Weather WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

Is So Often a Needless Misery! 1113.1170 Gospel(Melvin Train Grace Number) One Tallahassee Julian ( laM. NEURITIS PAINS .. with HEADACHE.OT AN BACK NEUHALCIA. TA SLETScc .*
II:" 1143 Capsule News Weather -
*rea a11R.&embIe DemJUI teaatOppe or stz1.t1Dg1l re1e'ed1IeIi 11:03 1240 Gospel Melvin'Train Grace Number Quo ball) Adderley, the Cannon-I'I Ml eoe tfigre4iM. frfltuja.. STAN.*

-feel :. ...pam and c11comfcri1: J out of, 1=:00 12:15 Local( News (.Joyce) and M University jazz band star, j BACK e.whina Mveret im& aHy press ONLY ALL NEGRO
l3aJMW ; Mfc relievers into one ess/ to take doM.
= ? A startling a gSfSgSSSSS& ti reDtCHl3'l' -. 12:15 12 JO Man Joyner On) Street (Shaw ItBud..a and his famed alto saxophone, I[ The .444 elf.ctiveew ef thM.

.inn il torment! : is naedfcuntaecf t l1eftI oos tension UJe headltthet. .during and 12:30 12:45 Job Mart) (Joyce Joyner)* made a guest appearance on the, _MULTIPLE.'ete relict k gre4...ants... e brings...i,ty taster...4 ...Misr mere i PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

p-meeltruM in many cuesl' TOOT period Many women never 12:45 I:" A Woman's World Joyce Steve Allen show, Tonightf last euelljr eccemp.i yii pet*

Thousan&i bare' already dlseor- gaffer-even on Vie flrtt day start Why tak- 1:00 1:03 Capsule Joyner) News Weather Monday evening. I j, Test 6TAN8ACKAgeUwt 'eSW. ...
how to cvod such: tutu should yout This month, Train, Number
end 143-240 Gospel Any
TOth Lydia Ptaihamt Compound P1i1kbIm'l. see If J'QQ' d "t Two (Melvin Grate) Adderley, now'fronting his own i I Pretteretien. 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"

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t. Negro. Boycott May i Close. .__New_ Orleans. Baseball Team ,... .,., ,,: : i



E LOUIS you know that there's a I

BIRMINGHAM Ala. It is reported that the "ZMINUrES rule against permitting anyone to Joe Louis, the stout-hearted Brown Bomber who

Pelcans baseball club is on the verge of abandoning SECovDS/ FIRSr ROUNO or- pitch in a major league game unless held the world heavyweight championship fonger than any other

to the gate, shrinking boycott initiated by Negroes i .BA-rr R. /1L4X, his contract designates him as fighter and donated more of his earnings to Uncle Sam than any

rumored that the club is. broke and'is now ready to 'HE. CANVAS/ 70 a pitcher? The Sporting News other pugilist was informed that his generous heart was in bad .

'. Southern Association. AND Rs:7A//V HIS says the rule was adopted two condition. ,
Naylor Stone sports editor of HEAVYWG/SHr years ago to prevent managers The ex-champ who turned to,
the Birmingham Post-Herald said OHAMPQNSqVANE /P from wrestling after failing to regainthe of the layers of the heart.
// ::: Qc7.rlE:: a "burlesque" of the
he had been told that the club is GQEATEST game. So stunts such as Stan Musial's heavyweight crown was told Pat Brooks Louis' brother, re-

_< broke and may be forced to drop / $ OF 7E' pitching stint in 1952 and by doctors that an electrocardiagram vealed that about a month ago

out of the league. Signs Pro CE'ArT'URYf Al Dark's in '53 are no longer showed a heart conditionthat Louis learned o'f his heart condi-

,. Although lack of support from allowed. However it's still possi- will prevent him from wrest- tion when he was examined by

the Pittsburgh Pirates, which ble to get permission to make use ling for at least six months. : Dr. Robert Bennett of Detroit

: owns a small portion of the club GRAMBLING of another player who really can Louis, now 42, joined the grunt Brooks said Louis went to Ben

and competition from other local Robert Hopkins. pitch. Of course managers may and groan fraternity in an effortto nett complaining pf a pain in the

sporting events as well as lack of tempered use pitcfiers at any other position.; earn enough money to pay the chest.

.- attendance have been listed as the has signed a STAG'lUM e e e i tax levied on him by the federal
:t" chief causes it is generally be- with Syracuse of 22, r9: gFl government for alleged tax discrepancies -
lieved that the boycott of the Basketball I The Sporting News in its July I in the war and post- Althea Gibson ..

'-.. games by Negroes is the major "LT1. Abner" will 11 issue carries an amusing Ty! war years. But now, even that

cause of the trouble. Cervi's squad in Cobb-Walter Johnson story dug I avenue has been closed to him. To
up by a Washington fan. When. Hopes Win
The boycott wis initiated by Negroes Dr. Irving Slott physician for
Hopkins holds
Johnson I
was breaking into the
in the home-town of the I the Illinois Athletic Commission,
and NAIA scoring the Cobb warned him A
game fiery Forest HillsNEW
Pelicans by Negroes because of was virtually found that Louis' heart will pre- I
that he intended to beat out
any J
the non-use of Negro players vent him from his
his four at i whistle-stop
years bunt he laid down, and heaven
He scored 3,759 help any pitcher who got in his i campaign for virtually pennies to YORK Althea Gibson

r Star games for a way. Johnson who had blinding try and cut his personal deficit. received a rousing ovation on her

Grambling 29.1. raised the speed, nodded and said quietly "I Slott said the former champ return to the country after.an ex-

mark to 2,191 and feel it is only fair to warn you. showed an "abnormal electrocar- tensive tour through Europe and

SiglS'Coldracl point free-throw that my control is a little off today diagraph" when he examined Asia where she won 18 out of 21

1,292. ."'That, according to the story, Louis who had applied for per- tournaments as a member of the

IT UP 3 stopped Cobb. mission to wrestle at Round Lake, American tennis team.
Fast graceful '
if- the 21-year-old e 5 Ill. Miss Gibson, said on her arrival
Davis the 225-pound NAIA Ail- Slott that the exami- that she was in "no excuse mood"in
American whose power-driving, inch center tips The three home hit explained
runs successively
nation showed Louis had referring to her loss to Shirley
steam-rolling tactics made him a pounds. by Dodger batters against a cardiac of St.
Fry Petersburg, Florida. "I
contusion to
or an
legend in football around Gram the Philies, June 29, set a rec- one have
no alibis. Shirley just beat
J' ling College has inked his name more firsts among Dr. ord. The triple wall-cleaners gave -- me," she said. '

l, to a Cleveland Browns contract Cards 's findings are: the Dodgers the victory 6 to 5. It During the reception in her

po where he is scheduled to perform Recognizable Team-Olym- was the first time that a major Floyd Patterson honor the tennis star revealed

.., this falL Ball Club of Philadel league club had won a game in. some of her future plans. She said
Is Sent
N Davis is working out daily and to 1833. that manner. The homers were hit I Hand Is Now WellNEW she intends to conduct an intensive -
t->' has been earmarked "a potential Official Game-New York by Duke Snider Randy Jackson' American campaikn which
.: star," according to line coach Le- ST. LOUIS, .vs. New York and Gil Hodges. I' she hopes to cap in the women's

-- roy Hawthorne who says Willie Louis Cardinals Ball Club, June 19, 1846 at S e e a e I YORK Good news has national tennis championships at

1 meets the most exacting specifications cently that they Field Hoboken, N. J. Up to the July 4 point the Bal-! swept over the country by leaps Forest Hills Queens, August 31

1,. for professional football Chuck Harmon a Championship Series-One timore Orioles and Pittsburgh and bounds that the hand that to Sept. 9.

r play. and outfielder to between the Excelsiors Pirates showed the biggest im- was injured by Floyd Patterson in Miss Gibson who is a graduateof

-'', 4 The big 225-pound lineman farm club.Harmon. Atlantic cs for the champion: provements in their won-lost records his fight with Hurricane Jacksonhas Florida A & M University anda

;> joined the Browns at Hiram College who of Brooklyn. The third game over last year. According to i been okayed by the doctor physical instructor at Lincoln

Hiram'Ohio, July 19, where majors with the first ,mass riot in The Sporting News Baltimore's and that he will be able to fight University, Jefferson City. Mo.,

'_.._. ,they will prepare for the 26th annual the Cardinals in a history. mark was 13 games better thanit Archie Moore in September.Dr. said she will enter the Pennsylvania

All-Star game. The game is Joe Frazier and Fix-(called "Hippodrom- was in 1955, and Pittsburgh was H. Leslie Wenger, Patter grass court tourney at

.: sponsored by the Chicago Tribune the Cincinnati Reds. -By the New York Mutuals ahead of its last year's pace by son's physician said: "The olique Merion Pa., and the Eastern grass
Charities and will T>e played at 11% lengths. fracture of the hand court event in Chicago.The .
ice mainly in the 1865 game.lost to the Brook has healed
r Soldiers' Field in Chicago in mid- .
when inserted into RENEGADES"I perfectly. Patterson can start tennis star's tour overseas
: August. RENEGADES"o began in India and carried her
training and
defensive immediately can
a Ladies Day-1867, the Center Fielder Jim Busby of the.
_:: The all-around playing of the start punching within three or half way around the world. TheU.
With Harmon set aside the last Indians has his name down in the I'
big lineman earned Davis the distinction four weeks. S. State Department sponsoredthe
inals, it places the of each month. record books along with such all-
the "best line.t .
of being trip.Detroit
t-- man" in Negro football last falL the lily-white: Farm System-The 1867 time sluggers as Babe Ruth, Jim- The doctor has said he is,perfeCtly -
the first Negro to Excelsiors had a "junior mie Foxx and Bill Dickey. He recently -I confident that the fight can

.' nals after the aged 15-20. hit two grand-slam homerson be held in September and "there Tigers Sign
Alston. two successive days. Only need be no doubt that Floyd will
For EYE GLASSES Road Trips-New York I
For Its
E-."- Cell .r s.. I tour by the Excelsior in Ruth Foxx and Dickey had per,I be ready. Negro Player
formed the feat and Ruth did it
: I Minor Pact
,: JACK ANDERSON interstate tour by the Wash IFORMER League
Negro twice. Until this season, Busby I
Nationals in 1867; world JAXON
&: 3C8 W. Fenyth Pb. EL 3.1750 had never hit a grand-slammer. :
CATERING TO RETIRED OR by the Chicago White Stock- DETROIT, Mich. The Detroit
:- -. WORKING PEOPLE PHILADELPHIA and a placed nine 188889. S e e SETTING RECORDAS Tigers of the American League

:' delphia Phillies, Southern Training-Chi- Either the old time ball players BALLPLAYERWAYMART has announced the signing of the

!: '> major league I and Cincinnati as early as were made of sterner stuff, or to- seventh Negro to a minor. league

L'W TCH THIS CLOWN' out colored i day's players have been softenedup contract.
Penn. The
ri Florida -
ed James Stewart
by constant coddling says Bill The player, Bob Boone a 19-
I Pennant Won-In 1871 by Star was notified by Joe Hin-
catcher from Liston in The Sporting.News.. year-old righthanded pitcher who
14-32-5 Philadelphia Athletics of the shaw. President of the Wayne
.E4 R. The young Nowadays, he says oxygen and comes from Lisbon, Ark. He will
Association. County Amateur Baseball Leagueof
179-17-532 to Olean N. Y. aueromycin, diathermy and dietetics report to the Tigers' farm club in
{ Game 1880 be the magnificent record that is ,
I Night ,
D,Pony League are every-day terms in the Tigertown, Mich. next Spring.
amateur teams at Nan- being set by Doc Graham of Jacksonville -
8If major leagues. Back in the old Boone caught the eye of Tiger:
9 .
Beach Mass.
l days Liston says, all the trainer i scouts-while playing on a.sandlot
7 World Series 1884, be- Graham plays shortstop for
3' -
had to work with was an antique: team in his home town. He is 6
Providence Waymart a member of the Wayne
the Grays (Na
2 inches and weighs 170
5 2 sun-lamp and a few assorted bottles
) and New York Metropoli of liniment. I County Amateur League.On July pounds.
I I (American Association.) 4, according to President Hin-
; 172-16-357 e e e e ,
l ;. Harold Seymour 'whose shaw, a ball hit 520 feet which is

/ 47-21-6 research and thesis won The stellar play of the Cincinnati said to be the longest ever hit in INGROWN NAIl

BLUE acclaim ,now lives in Lake- Redlegs this season is showing the history of the league. It was
If Sewettaes WSeneKwei aP IN HANDY Ohio. resultS at the gate. In their hit by Doc. Graham, who also
... ...'. 4.wHe ImmtiS'
: <,.- Rlt4 first 74 games they drew a total sports a .388 batting average.
.. ...X subtracts Relief
..sedMdacwprteaf That's
attendance of 497,000. near- Graham will not be able to par-
He .w.ik It .11 a.d
: Represent Jax ly 150,000 better than for the first ticipate in'the league's playoff because "A"trf fnr rr-*-t.tLL a Ot1l'GJtO: p..:..1 ws. .-;;.
74 last and 140,000 he must to Bethune- .
> games year report pall,allows th..a t bb e.td tt+op!
FOR AUGUST 4th c-t.OUT : for the first 74 eau rmte.rwU.ed ..
higher than games Cookman College to begin football f.anIIabM ail drat eoour.

i ir. 39-57-9 I Annual Meet in 1954 the other two years Birdie practice August 26.

I W-;" 1 1t Tebbetts was manager. -- -
r ,e e e e e
the Northern Division of the
; senior all-star basketball Alvin Dark is admonishing ,
ft youngsters that juvenile delinquency 9fe;
I' : ACADEMY AWARD games scheduled for ar
STEAK) is "bush league stuff.
I "ROSE T A 2 and 3 ,in Orlando and 9
local will And Pee Wee Reese is a deaconin 1 I
seven boys rep-
; SUN. THRU SAT. STARRING BURT a Louisville Presbyterian ylomatic
and Gilbert
1 JULY 29-AUG.. : PLUS Stanton High
church. That is the kind of "class" '

ACTIOM HIT! 'TIMETABLE" .in the'basketball shortstops who are operating in

1. will be Horace Nixon and the major leagues these days. NO UQUOR TASTE..y ,
: ROOSEVELT SKY Robinson of Mathew Gil- .o. NO UQUOIIiEATHI y

while;Stanton will be repre Catcher Hal Smith of the Cardinals -

SUM. TMU :-J.r, ly 29.31 s... T.... in the football game by is an accommodating young
&. "QUIHCANNOHTENNESSEE Watson,fullback; Clarence man. In his first game with the r ., F,

;;,. .... FRONTIER SCOUT" Htm and John Tolbert guards; Cards he hit a home run. But his
PZ.s: "DAM BUSTERS" Clayton and Robert Ed wife and daughters Sharon and
Both Flirt R.. WIN $245 '
; tackles.
MONDAY Sandy weren't there to see him
r.- W. n.n. A.,. 1-2 players from Campbell do it. The.very next night when
I' "DAY EARTH STOOD STIlI.We4.. Tfcart. H i g h School.' Daytona his family was on hand he hit
,: Ply t: "MR. ACE Geo. Raft "KILLER selected will be John another one for them.

_. Jrl.s: ALL end; Earl Griggs center
"ANGEL FrL Sat.ANDTHEBADMAN"Plus Aq. 3.. HIS i Ben Jones, fullback PATRONIZE'Florida S k. Since 1721."ELSKA j

Jones tackle Melvin
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ESg>t THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday July 28, 956t"

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frr The first signs of Autumn are h rt. Scattered around'town are I

''s._. placards telling of the approaching professional football game. The For Rent I
.i1 game"between the Chicago Cardinals and their crosstown riyals the
-', Bean will attract many fans. This is an annual affair presented by Unfurnished apt. 1415 West 5th

Jacksonvilfo Charities for various charitable organizations in the Street. IHOUR Thisisit

city. Unfortunately this year's game bears the unmistakable sign o'

'., the. tar brush "Old Man James Crow" wields.
;; The sponsors are offering the rather flimsy excuse that because Help WantedMaid. I
the Negro public refused to buy tickets last year they are not offering \ \
t tickets to Negroes any place other than behind' the goal posts.The Live on premises. Mrs. Mc-i CLEANERS
i entire North stands have been "reserved" for colored. When approached Donald. EL;3-9596. $15.00 per .
- i by colored"so-sponsors"of the game we asked several questions week including room and board.
which to this date are unanswered. First-did any white customers Maid 3 days a week. Mon.. Wed., --Jnc-
r complain because Negroes were given seats in the West. '
Fri, 8 to 12 p. m:. 50 centsan r
:,- stands? Last but not least we consider it a right and not a privilege hour. Mrs. Rosenburg RA r
G.f to be allowed to sit in any place other than the usually alloted end 4-3732. .
r zone seats which are reserved for colored.We feel quite sure also that BACHELOR BUNDLES
t our conduct was "presentable" enough to merit repetition of lastyear's : .
Maid. Live on premises. Mrs.

rj:: :Another seating thing policy.about the charity game is the division of the Cash $85.00 per month. EV 5 HOUR SERVICEBeautifully
74104.Arlisl's ALL NEW
with that favorite
L monies.Many of us attended the understanding our
r. charities would benefit. When the "deal went down," Brewster Hospital ALL AMERICAN
t received$1,000,Mt.Ararat Sanitarium$100 and the Davis Street Laundered and Finished
... Branch YWCA $100. Was that a fair division? You may attend i if '
you desire but as much as I love the sport I cannot pay to be a Model
second class citizen and I wonder if the players on the team. Negro, 56 Rambler

I mean, are aware of the setup? MALE or FEMALE {utJit ltt
; Our candidate for the title of "proudest man in town" is Isadore APPLY 4:30 P.M. I ]
Singleton.The Bar B Q King and his madam the former Mary Little AMERICANSCHOOL Newest, Smartest, Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
of a baby boy.To prove to the boys that OFART
" John are the proud parents
several -
' he knew what he was talking about. Isadore ordered cigars 106 EAST BAY STREET 911 West Ashley Street
:' weeks in advance. At last report Mother and son were doing fine 2nd Floor

with Dad In a state of nervous prostration. 416 Main Street At Your NASH Dealer
salesgirl at the Myrtle Avenue Surplus -
i(,. Bertha Hollinger, the petite
Goods Store has returned to the city after a' visit with th"home PATRONIZEFlorida
folk"up in Albany,Georgia.Her landlady is all smiles because StarAdvertisers Registration Books Are Open ,
On the
Bill Maul has returned after a trip at sea
her hubby
PHONE EL 5-2571
is i in Time Goes Now!
, subject of the sea, the one and only Henry "Pint Washington Fast-Register
if port. "Pint" did not buy his big car this time, he is waiting for the STATE STREET, CORNER HOGANYOU'LL

,-< '57 models Another to home come girl out.visiting after a prolonged'absence is Floretta MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR '56

Singleton Henderson. Floretta tells us she is teaching in Jersey now. <

Before going "North" the FAMU grad taught in South Florida. Chat Feed your baby ,.
ting with Floretta was Mrs. George McCall who was a member of a : :

class of bygone years from Old Stanton along with Floretta and

. yours truly. Li L t. Make Your
r mentioning Jaxons who are home for a
We can go on and on
, spell but we must mention Wilbur Ayers. Wilbur has-been making; TCARNATION i HomeElegant
s his mark up the country and is here for a spell.
- It looks like old home week for many ,of the old timers this !
of Ox Clemons in town has drawn -
week. Seems as the the presence
many of his former players here for visits. Lewis Davis was showing : : M _*tM OrnamentalIron
"Reb" Fields the town. "Reb" was a star fullback in local gridiron America's"healthy a : J3| 3igs -
circles a few years ago. He makes his home in Buffalo now.
With the sound and fury of a dozed hurricanes, the one and only; Lt.- ByColonel _
"Philly"Holmes blew in from Atlanta.Philly was accompanied by his 'logan
family. For the uniformed Billy Holmes was a fixture in athletic
E- Jacksonville for He starred in high school col milk .
circles around years. baby" A ; ''w Flat Columns $11.65
lege and semi-pro football In addition he was a standout in professional
basebalL His former running mate Dean Blue Everett came Corner Columns $18.95

in town to attend the funeral-of an aunt. Dean Blue is now coach in Entrance Railings $1.35 Per Ft.CHAPLINHOBSON.

Miami.Mable Finger has not been seen much recently because she has I I Inc.
1402 E. 8th STREET
PHONE EL 5-4031
the sights.
Fred Edwards a Washingtonian
been busy showing _
"Jax Window Center"
For you who don't know a Washingtonian is one who was born in I

the District. Few of the Negro populace can qualify.
Howard Roberts stopped by the office. Howard is associated with [
the Florida Council On Human Rights and is working out of Daytona _. EA
Another local boy who has made good is Henry Best. Best ,,
recently passed the Florida State Bar and is associated with Attorney 4 Z C Big SavingsNew

.. Ernest D. Jackson.
News has come to us of a set of young thugs who are terrorizingthe
Westside. Seems as tho this group makes its headquarters out and Unredeemed

Kings Road around the Spires Street intersection. They' make a ti 1
) specialty of attacking small groups or single boys and in turning out J: MEN'S SUITS

hom 4\ parties. It is reported they all carry knives and k few haveguns.
This and other signs point to an unswing in hoodlumism.
Bob Hudson seems to have found his "Sugar Sugar She wears

high heel shoes and a red dress to please Bob. We ain't revealing her lr1 $4'$1&95

name but she is a'real gone sugar.
J. Congrats to Billy Linwood and Barbara Holland. They are speak
ing their vows. in a quiet ceremony this week-end. Wish the couple Good ''Buys On

many happy years and as the Chinese say "Many boy children." Diamonds Watches Luggage
The Good Book makes much of the fad that we should honor
our parents. AU through the years we have been taught that there is r Radios CombinationsLOANS
affection and respect. AU of my dreams
no substitute for parental
were rudely'shocked when I witnessed a young man engage in an
Not did he verbally and physically
altercation with his father. only
assault his father but he fired three shots at him. We wonder what Pawn Shop
is this world coming to when we witness things such as the abovementioned
incident. We know many folk who only wish they had ,a 742 West Ashley Street

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