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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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vp 6..;;- .....25 And NEWS JACKSO..VILU. FLORIDA SATURDAY AUGUST 11. 1956 15 C 1. .

1 .. WiN v r Lewi Charm 4f Parades : 1 New Move: "Made' To Block Neg" ._

.. a Nominated Justice Of The Peace

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1. .4 Killer Of Woman Hunted S Kiis' I Democratic CommitteeTo

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In Reyno Mystery Harder For School Term' Name Constables, IPs

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By Eric 0. Simpson -
By Staff CorrespondentThe
j Some time between- and 4 don. last Wednesday morning a Wednesday August 22. is
: the of children last stroke in a vicious conspiracy to block Attorney
bullet was pierced into the skull of a young Jacksonville woman. day parents
The'lifeless body of Lillie Mae, I about to enter Duval County' Ernest D. Jackson nominated candidate from being elected to the

a Johnson. 28 was"found sprawledin Viola Hudson, and Mrs. Leola schools must keep in mind. post ,of Justice of the Peace of the Second District was set Into;
From 9 ajn. to 2 is the motion this week when Edgar W. Warbright committee:chairman.
of blood
a pool sticky as the Burks;; uncle Joe: Hudson; nephew p.m. .
announced that the Democratic Executive Committee would ,nominate
down timefor registration of students -
morning sun gushed on a Frank Williams.-
whether they are first nine justices of the peace and constables next Thursday.The .
dingy building at
-'k jir-:: ', I _.
Davis Street between Church andAshley .graders not registered. in the committee based its action ---- -
....,. .... .. '
; ;;----- -from '
resided. as result of mling.by Circuit
.where,the woman I cpnung a Jfew Hosier Slare
.: Asingle slug rf*****'dug-*"* uito1ie4 KuHheaF outside the county or transfer Judge Claude Ogilvie that the .

.F 'the right .' and she. 'was s :' 1 w. l.N from private or parochial five justice of the peace districts
dead. schools. now serving the county are unconstitutional -i Opened hy Jaxoi

Homicide officers investigatingthe Individual schools will have and that the legal ,
the right of setting additional districts are the nine in force before I
n5 k could only
tragedy secure On
scanty information.i None of the dates or holding any orientation January, 1953. MyrileAve. -

tenants in the building admitted program they deem nec Appealed to High Court i

hearing the gun-fire,- but piecing essary. Judge Ogilvie's ruling has been Another Negro-owned business
., t tog e t her bits of information Proof that a child will be appealed to the Supreme Courtof bas been added to Jacksonville '
f ar six years old not later than Florida. That body is in recess -
gathered in the bawdy Reyno i with the opening of the Myrtle

___ !_'u_ :;,'7' '_" ._ _'. district where the killing occured.' December 31. 1956. will be re- during the month of August, Avenue Hosiery store at 2212
FAM-U ATTENDANT Attr&ifcvk Charlotte Call of Jacksonville detectives ,are checking, a list of quired through birth certifi- however and there is, no indica-J'Myrtle Avenue, near 13th.
tion when the case might reach
,will serve as junior'class attendant to "Miss Fam-U" ring suspects.The cate.This is the rule for registra- thecrowded court docket. ;- Operator of the new hosiery
'academic at Florida A and M UI "n1ty. Miss victim who was a familiar :center which will specialize in
the" coming :, year lion of children attending private The committee has the right to
figure "on the blocks" was reportedly direct-from-the-fac-
top quality
Call is a biology major.Stricter or parochial non-accredit-
take such action in selecting the I
seen in one of the after Roberts
tory hosiery is Henry
td first grade in the school
Democratic nominees when court
hour Wednesday
spots early progressive and well-known
morning.The fear just past. action is pending to'solve the con-
young business 'man.
Requirements '" fusion that followed the ruling
: body is in charge of MRS. LILLIE MAE JOHNSON The new modernly outfitted
Holmes Funeral Parlor but funeral l lOf that the present districts,are un- store across from St Paul Bap-
... her killer hunted Seeks Dismissal constituti naLObservers
arrangements, are being held tist Church on Myrtle Avenue;
MeredAtFSUAndUOIF the arrival of the vic- point out it is un-
up pending carries a complete line of top
im's mother,from New York. REMEMBER-your vote wont School Clerks likely the committee would takea quality lingerie and is conven-
Relatives of the victim include: register in the November S elec- sportsmanlike and democratic
iently located for the benefit of
Her husband Solomon T: John. tion if you are not a registered In[ Credits FixAction attitude and nominate Jackson

To Block Desegregation s sonfather Aron Grayer; mother voter. So "get your name'in the- since he has already won the,I section
book" of registered voters!
Mrs. Ella Whit New York City; Roberts, who operates the new
seeking the dismissal of : Indication of Mr Waybright's
stepmother Mrs. Mercedes Gray /
Myrtle Avenue Hosiery with the \
Tallahassee Stricter admission' requirements' at Florida's. er; stepfather Frank White, Ctiy; READ two clerical employes for allegedly il plans was thrown out last week assistance of his' charming wife' ,
white universities were adopted by: the State Board of Educationthis .. grandmother. Mrs Anna Belle The "Florida Star" obtaining credits from collegein when "Cuttlebert Rittenhouse"who made it known that patrons'will

week-3S it moved to evade complying with the U. S. Supreme Hill, Smittmlle, Ga.;' two ,sisters Shopping Guide a fraudulent manner was taken I I writes an anti-Negro, anti be able to secure the best quality ...
oj Court ruling on desegregation Mrs. Mattie Williams and Mrs. by> the Board of Public Instruction Jewish, anti-Catholic and anti- hosiery and lingerie at prices
The board said it will consider,uniform requirements for al: Geraldine Johnson City; brother On Page 8 last Thursday. I everybody column in the equal to that of the downtown'
state institutions of higher learning only if integration is requiredby Aron Graver, Jr.two; aunts Mrs. For Best Buys A resolution was adopted citingthe "Chronicle" and Very often stores.
tour1-order. cases of several teachers recently "predicts" Mr. Waybright's plans
[ The grand opening
Gov. LeRoy Collins and other accredited Florida secondary fired under similar circum- and thoughts announced that
t Hostesses For Anniversary Event takes place Saturday. August 11,
members of the .board adopted schools only if they can equal stances. A parallel was drawn the Democratic Executive Committee
at which time free sodas, hot dogs
language the Board of Control scores the lowest eight per cent ,.!U;' ,f.l"J thaat integration however, must of September,. 1955 freshmen resolution stated'it would not be would not nominate JacksoJ1.I visitors. and their youngsters.The .

be ordered by a court of_competent made on tests under the Florida in the best interest of maintaining I The Negro members of the committee public is invited to attend

jurisdiction., statewide Hth.grade testing pro he highest degree of integrity 1 T are about 40 to 100 whites. the grand opening celebration.

,Observers speculated that the, gram. among school personnel to allow,. Before 5 pan., Monday
terminology jnight enable the High school graduates who fail the clerks to keep their jobs. I I :;Waybright said candidates for

board to put A and M University to meet the'requirements can be The clerks were identified as.1 nine justice of the peace and

Florida State-University and the reconsidered- on an individual.. Lucille Baines who works at I constable posts must apply, inperson Murse Training -
basis Susie E. Tolbert School No. 128
University of'Florida' admission at his office in the Law
irequirements on the same basisat Non-Florida'students must be and Martha Perry employed at Exchange Building prior to 5 Program Reed

its leisure with the most difficult graduated from an accredited Moncrief School No. 124. p.m. Monday. They may qualifyby
requirements remaining in high school with ,standing in the The resolution is directed to the signing the usual loyalty and.
half of their graduating civil board for action. Aired In Miami .
the meantime at the white uni-' upper service candidate oaths.
eligible for admission. The entitled to a
class to be women are
versities. Jackson is in Brewster Hospital i
student refused admission Applicants previously enrolled hearing before that body. 11 ,
Any colored suffering from a head injury MIAMI-At the recent fourth
to FSU or UF can appealto : in graduate level courses will suffered when the ceiling of the state board meeting-of Opti-Mrs. _

the board under regulations .:be required to take graduate record Cciliig Falls OiAlly. Lincoln Golf and Country Club Clubs International in the Lago '

approved this week but the examinations. xxr: zr fell in last Sunday night whilehe Mar Hotel, Fort Lauderdale .delegates
Board of Education approved the Under the regulations, admis- was dining with friends. from 20 clubs discussed the

Board of Control's right to refuse Ii sion, ot? ;students will be a matte' Jacksnt The announcement of this new need for hospital facilities 'for

f admission of any applicant be. of lying within the jurisdiction'of Attorney Ernest D. Jackson plan to keep a Negro from hold training colored nurses. -,

x cause of reasons of'health, 'or jni s:-I each' individual institution.In + suffered a head injury last ing an elective office stimulated Mrs: James D'Anna''of Clear. ,

conduct. regard to integration, the Sunday night.when a part of plans for all out registration and water district governor told the-' '.
The Board 'of Education also Board of Education approved the the ceiling of the Lincoln Golf vote drive among colored citi- 70 executives present that their

left open Board of Control autho' following ,motion adopted by the I' ON ANNIVERSARY PROGRAM Mrs.Catherine Drayton and, Country Club' fell in: zens. good sized fund for nurses train

rity. subject to its approval, to', Board of Control: left and 'Mrs; Sarah Boyd right are the leading hostesses fc Jackson was dining with his It was pointed out that Jackson ing must go unused until space -.

establish more stringent :admission "In the event that integrationis appear 'at the first anniversary celebration of the "Master Keys wife and friends-when the accident may be forced to run as an independent can be found for, scholarship' re-, ,'
requirements at anytime be-, in the state universities on Sunday at 3 p.m. io She Elks auditorium. occured.He candidate and will need :cipients. -
of anticipated heavy en- by a court of comPetent of Negro. .in the I She stated that there are only .
cause Milton Hood .Mrs. Ethel Davenport BlJU 1 er. Mrs. East suffered abraision of the the vote. every
rollments. Changes were 'expected i jurisdiction, then the same Leaders are pointing out two'colored hospitals in"the. state
Mae Thomas and P..J. Williams are to participate as soloists. Tb head and other possible injury.He district.
to go intoeffect this fall. academic admission requirementswill ML. Ararat Qumtet the Gospel Crusaders Gateway Singers an. is under treatment in that Negro citizens have the best which offer nurses training one .
Stricter ,admission requirements be established for all of' the in their vote to use on a I in Jacksonville and one in Tallahassee. :
Brewster Hospital weapon .
will be guest singing _
the Gospel; Echoes groups. ,
to "
subject approval
approved for FSU andsUF institutions, local state-wide and national : Both"hospitals have waiting -
Other hostesses to appear are Miss Mildred Hood. Mr) None of his companions suffered t :
will, allow\ admission ,of 'Ugh ot,the State Board of Edo i scale. I lists. '
I Maggie, Lloyd. Mrs. Mary Taylor and Mrs. Edna LtaphearL injury.
school graduates and graduates of cation. .

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STAR S.tetdq_ 11, 1956
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L ,NEWS -___-_______ -

JIt: Ps Rsl.d:.by Tlr::Ikild. Su..I IIsWat.Ce. Roy Wilkins. executive secretary of the NAACP expressed,the d
same belief as this writer set forth. a few columns ago. '1;
.' ->
,'; AYMut:
MeiBy Wilkins said "':"-
;'. 0. ...-561, JecbH.HIe 1. FIe>U.'-. last 1 j
Sunday II: '; .1' "If I were a Negro, the Mississippi *
423 i.4'Shut, J.&ie.TiHe, f,,ride Fkw' night the .
Negro ,
: t novelist said "I would

HfC!.. HMWH .,,..........., :M.. vote is' ; ; advise our elders and leaders.
C.;_ )_a. .. r.- .. ,. strong enoughto :: make this our undeviating and inflexible
influencethis ,::+ course-a course of inflexible -
t':!' Member of ,Associated Negro Press : year's presidential and unviolent flexibility

e 1 e c- directed against not just the

--s: .scllrTteN, 'RATi.'-, tion.He schools but against all the public \
;i 0.* Y",/ $3.G*; H.tf Yew' fMO; .Tk.i,MwHu, ; : said,how institutions from which we are
M84 Te Y.Aiywb.r. I*. ... ..aSiiyai. ever that failure w.l"- interdict as is being done againstthe
hyeWe"Ahuce. .SB .... *t MMMT by either Montgomery Ala. bus lines.
MliA ,TAR= ,. .0.- NX 51 .;. MCKSOKYMLI : political party T INFLEXIBLE IN HOPE
: I Simpson
<: !.>'yam to endorse a "But always with flexibility:
TIffi ,FLORIDA STAR 'STANDS_ 'FOR strong civil rights plank may not Inflexibility and undeviable only
i- tf
.: necessarily result in the "whole- 'in hope and will but flexible always -
; X.oF.men.
;'> < sale:defection" of Negro voters. i to adapt to time and place
More Negro PoKe: Officers. "We believe that no political 'and circumstance."

3.;& _id Cr for the Negro.Police. party that ignores the Supreme : Faulkner said if he were a Negro

....4. more and Better Schools and. .Speeding Court decision is being realistic" "I would be a member of
b1td ag Progetea. '. ---t, tf;: Wilkins said on the NBC "Meet NAACP since nothing else in our
,. <" the Press" TV and radio program. U. S. culture has yet held out to
F1.t P-. : i Asked whether he expects a my race that much hope.

: ...,. plank from the Democratic party "But I would remain only un-
,l "Lor To-Wifom]; -If .Jt.., i that would satisfy both the Ne der conditions:

groes and white southern voters, "That it recognize the most serious -
..j Wilkins replied: quantity in our problem

Ifn '' Eki"kEk "They should try. The political which so far as I know it has -
Shall WE :
stakes are rather important The not publicly recognized yet; thatit
.S Negro vote has become import make the same flexibility the
,- .' ant" He said that in a close watchword of its methods "
--: : ..: ; ;; .. election, a shift of Negro voters STORS CONTROVERSY
i .nm.s
r edfrom.Tb. Carolina ,
'i "
'. > } -Vl 'Z. could swing the election. Faulkner, Pulitzer and Nobel
'Just before,the closing of Congress,Senator P : Wilkins said the NAACP does prize winner who has stirred

las (D; Dll) made a most.-significant and : not favor a "moderate" pace in controversy with several decent
= THREAT OF. A SOUTHERN FILIBUSTER" integrating public schools in the statements on the segregation issue -
ment on the floor of the Senate that is not only I .
t recently said that "above all
ous thought, ,but gives an insight into what South.NEGROES ADVISED I would say this ,to the leaders of
rights legislation;which,comes before that august .' themscivesout Improvementsshow TO "BE FLEXIBLE our race

," time J4 time. and::what':will-happen.to;it in the <<< : : that economic as .well as Author William Faulkner ad- 'We must learn responsibility

,:; statement, if factual, is,not only discouraging, but i ly' material .ease> will ensue ;when" vised Negroes to'"be flexible" in the responsibility of equality.! "
work,hand-in-hand with
: you : pressing for civil
rights equality. He stressed a definition of
it indicts leaders of both
major parties mate or other key people.
: Guide. Writing in the September issueof equality as "the right to oppor-
leaves no alternative for the Negro voter but to ] 9-60=: -14-81-252 national
Negro magazine tunity to be free and equal pro-
of two evils. DAYS \8: Faulkner proposed "Ghan- vided one is worthy of it, and
Said Senator 1 FOR LIBRA di's way" as a method to guide 'will work to gain it, and then
Douglas: : Born Sept.24 thru Oct. 23
--TRAVEL anti-segregation efforts. work to keep
"H we pierce behind the complex: rules and August 18th to 24th it"r .

;. w&lsas*;M men, thai the rules of ihe Senate have ..L R Choose only You those who 1ove70ufor :,.. :
yourself have friends,
skiBfttHy devteecfcf to prevent'any'action on'c1vU very good ones, who gain inspiration
_, Is obnoxious to the Members from the South : you_seek. You should from you and who, in return .

United Stales Senate. considerable assistance provide a warm glow from
agile mind and the which you can extract warmth '
"A complex of rules for this purpose has or suggestions of your But, here and there people under 1I

t over ihe Years; carefully gUarded., carefully: the guise of friendship may try PD IfS

_- provisions thai the Senate can be recessed : -60-15-62-727 to obtain your confidence, money
jcmraed: that-ihe Introduction bills and } CANCER and gifts. Watch out for this

I... morons.to discharge and reports. as of right. can type. Let yourself in for nothing
.- inl what wosld'otherwise have been the-momlDg Jun. 22 thru July 22 which could be used against you!
'f::' provisions for moistens to proceed to cons1der August,18th to 24th on these days. Your heart in- i44 WORlD'SrAITfSTSRlWe

being,subject to unlimited.debate, and requiring on; without fearwill work stincts and a real friend should kp HAIR
il44io secure a vote fOr that; and the provisions better 1 results. Even if provide the lead that will bring SrXAKHTfNfftS0l .
ed debate when the bill comes up. The severe Senate"s not lacking in self-reli YOon top. .... --

ups closure Is another set of fortresses. A seems wise strengthen 5:--100 77-17-54-271 WCK .....
with the jersons who
licaa''andsouthern majority'fastsened those ; .es
". Senate still more firmly In 1949. when I am sorry you to achieve your ul- SCORPIO AT AU COW,tfOftif
then mlaeriry leader Joined:with the Members of ends. Unwarranted sus- Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 VIM by ett teN hotly .....
to make the' application of cloture still,more tome other: costly error August 18th to 24th
Joint economic rela- Ambition; properly bridled, is a
"I think It Is now clear from our experience of lead to controversiees, great constructive force. But if A51 ft glr kaMr=racakrt
wfcen a motion. whICh would have permitted us otherwise. Your sign I you sacrifice all else on its altar,
action was defeated by the crushing vote of 76 : promise of turning it can recoil to your disadvantage.Check .
Will be Impossible under the rules of the I 1 E present temper of the southern Senators, and : of perception 'can point action to see that you have fore- : _
per of the leadership on both'sides of the aisle if you use tmem with seen all the possible consequences
present attitudes of the real leaders of both ,: beforehand. This period could
ever to bring a civil rights measure of any real 40-12-76_454 bring the emotions into play in
:. / vote in this body. Pale Imitations may be connection with romantic interests -
:. political leaders, to clear their skirts but it has LEO children, friendships and PEOPLE II THE NEWS
: demonstrated that no real improvement can be July 29 thru Aug. 23 speculation.

18th to 24th 1 90 55 1& 74 817
i think the course which the Senate'has -
word is likely to be
the American In
probably prevent people. a .
ion from ever proceeding to defend the rights of mean-what you say. This SAGITTARIUSBorn y
: minority in this country. ; will, undoubtedly bring NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21
t, to face with'the conse- August 18th to 24th
1 say that 'with great sadness, but I think it of past actions. Should There is room foor both busi-
Many Persona may exult over this tendency. I domestic ties come tp ness and pleasure. Check into the

point, there may be truth of reports or people before
: 1 say that great wrongs are perpetrated of mending them
arrive at conclusions, seeing
!F. : groes of this country* In all ,sections of the This, sign indicates you that the sign confirms that there i kN

t times those wrongs are perpetrated legally. mic> stability and the is too much room for error no I
outside the law. the coercion '
: are perpetrated by of those who'engage in
matter which jump.
.them from voting and in way you
Negroes to preveni
;; .
; ; be shaken; Ac- A little. though offers enlightenment -
discriminated .
They are against In
opening provided by this
ways. : through a friend, enablingyou
l g .
to,mediate negotiate to avoid the pitfalls previ-
R"' They.are discriminated against' so far as dE( with' a'view of ously indicated. Counsels calm

concerned. They are,discriminated: against in ) everyone. ,, and cool-headedness in coping
r- fnMUeatly1key can only''do at the peril of their 77- =65=019 i. with:-disturbing. situations any-

i7 are DDt assured of a fair trial and frequently do not where.
VIRGO 1-10-22-15-78-343
r "I regard all this as a great blot upon the Aug.. 24 thru Sept. 23 ,J._._
l ple. and a* unworthy of the ideals upon which 18th to 241th :' CAPCORN
,:,, was founded. It Is In the deepest sense of the up to unavoidable prob- \:<
: # Born Dec:22 thru Jan 19
: ChrisiUn. don't create.new ones. '
:;August 18th to 24th
1' want to say that the 'Senate.of the United what.may be prevent Your conservative ways are the
long with aJL&e other mailers with which It has fro' mstsnking out with best insurance for security There ': !!-
Reason ad- ;
C t In this matter a-heavy burden upon its conscience. potentiaL, may be attempts to influence you _
into your physical in the name of friendship to take
t *1 ihtek as a result of ihe, disillusioning as a possible. cause for the risks you instinctively recog-
: have gone through ,that practically there is very initiative when the prizes nize as dangerous to your eco
, con do. The,Negroes of this nation are plucked for the taking. nomic stability. Sound judgment 1400 WRHC
t-:- quarters., io great economic and physical advises letting others support you in your refusal to be 1400
prived of their basic rights under the : fuss without your con- taken,in/by any arguments that
rules of the Senate,are so devised that we cannot as they will,soon blow run counter to your formula for KEN KNIGHT
' fend ihem and:thus our legislative action In their good -economic relations and

r;. ; win be almost Impossible.. U NG FOR 1955 sound business principles. The

"" .... 22nd and 23rd gives added significance Presenting
;; I do not believe the American people can Seed 10 ctm' (---
i;.,.. postpone dealing with this Issue. But the .Iacl_" .self ........... to good judgment in MIGHT TRAIN
4es,..t ly *. mbtats
.' Senate who are la this quiet.. and at, times *" the handling of assets and joint .

"<-. '. cannot hope.to.escape the scrutiny of the public financial enterprises. ."' 8-9 P.M.- 12 1 Nightly' ,
s' ; only of this country but of the world. -:' .7"- s-.4O-55-1-13--981: -

1( : .{
I "I have probably not been very skillful In : '.4- :: ."'." AQUARIUSBorn SWEET CHARIOT
p., which I have made to bring this matter to a I Jan 20 thru: Feb.'18
'. .,' .:. I II 9:30
: 10:30
> ) to Thru
" tried my best but I know( that on.at least_two _>',: .: August 18th to 24th Monday Friday
been outwitted by the very able field generals '
on I Showdowns create greater obstacles -
t, side. I make no protestations, of personal Virtue. 'I I II : ; mediation lessens 'them.No Features
p..... we must seek io right ,the great wrongs we t B.g; ,>, ,: 'matter how strongly you may haVES
'' upon the Negro people we, are io escape the I ;", Tr?' -. : Stcte J I feel over official regulations or II THE KNIGHT
15 Thru
t who have taken a contrary position. I, merely say I .,- .., ,....Atertft... ,r.. ,I 'the, a'-so. Suggests that ,you Monday Saturdayr
Issue which will. weigh upon the conscience the ;;.;...; --:- -. '(Continued Page. 7) '
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: 'I YWCA Holds "Open Hrasc" .r : City BeauticiansPkm ,
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:i. -I"-- -_ --: : EVENTS

.. The City-Wide Beauticians have .
.1' completed plans for their 'outing -
i The 14th Sheet home of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. WaBur'will be the h 4r A to Daytona Bethune Beach on Pallbearer's Society number 10
meetinlg place for the Licensed Practical Noras,.Guild on'Sundar ; :% Sunday, August 19. of which Mrs. Hattie P. Robinson ,..

from 4 t
S at 8 a. m. at Myrtle and ,Kings ing to Brunswick Georgia on
Last week, Miss Rosa tee Hicks daughter of_Rev.and Mrs. L. CHicks 4. S. Road; Davis and Kings Road; 8th Sunday August 12.

was guest of the Florida Star at the movies. Accompanying and Davis; Third and Florida The bus is scheduled to leave
Miss Hicks was her mother Avenue: Union and Florida Aveat 8:30 a. m. from Florida Avenue

5 4. r'' nue and Jones Beauty School and Third Streets. '
:5 b
Th. review of the book. The Man Called Peter" to be given Clay and State Streets Children's fare will be $1.00
by Mn. Thelma L. Harris. and adults $2.00.

- Mrs., Carne Milled Mrs..Bernice Foglt. Mrs. M. Harris. Mrs. 5 4 # ROOSEVELT TALENT

Mary Pa1me& Mrs. Florence NtUon'and Mrs. William Mathis, are SHOW IS POPULAR.TheannualoutingtoLittleTal-
scheduled to participate on the program.
t. FRIDAY NITS SHOW, 32 and 36 of the Second Baptist
Church is scheduled for August
1 Wm. and Jennie Johnson.' 2120 The sensational $1,000 ROOSEVELT 15.

: Shirk Apt. B, Mars. July 11/56. Girl. .S THEATRE TALENT CON-
Alvin and Rosa Samuels Sr. :c.
CS TEST, featuring rock: 'n roll and
Deliveries Railroad Ave. Box 304 Orange : S A ,; rhythm blues only, is proving to Jax Girl. Attending4H
Park July 12/56. Boy. r' sk
'r be
: ) S 5' a popular event each Friday Sessions
S Camp ,
Amos J.and Doris Merriweather
night on Winners
stage. the first ''j
Bora TK 753 Court B, Blodgett's Homes.
'5 three Friday nights were the
July 12/56. GirL Miss Marian Smith daughter of .
$:. U' : Teen Kings the Stones and the i
George and Camilla Peters 1350(]I Daniel and Alice Neavins 1911 King Crooners. Twelve weekly Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Smith is one

Florida Ave. "April J3/56. Girt W, 3rd St. July 13/56. GirL & 4. first prize winners will compete of the group attending the ninth 'j J
James and Rose Zeigler J056A i'a sly a semiregional 4-H club camp sessions. ;
.Joseph and. Emma Godbolt,I for gold and glory in the :
RFD No. 9 Box 232D. April'13/56 West State .St July 13/56. GirL xo+, F ; finals and grand, finals. Free 'entry Miss Smith, a .4-H member for

GirL Dock and Cotis Thomas Sr.. .. --::-:-- : blanks are still available .at a pen'odf'x years, has conducted ,
Hugh end Carrie Grayer, 1159 I 1064 W. 12th St,July 13/56. GirL GALA :EVENT-A portion of the many Jaxons who attended the "Open House" festivities marking boxoffice or from Contest Director her projects and other 4-H

W. 3rd St. April 14/56., Boy. George and Ernestine Alex* the. ntry of the YWCA,into its new home at Jefferson and Eighth Streets are seen here. The affair M. C. Ken Knight Frank Leactivities under the direction of
_ ander 1128 E. Beaver St. July 14, which drew an Inter.radal'group. socialites and YWCA patrons found the Her. Robert H. Wilson groe's band accompanies all acts.Mrs.. Ethel M. Powell Home
Willie R. Williams and Florine 1956. GirL pastor:efBetbel Bipost Church in the role of Demonstration 1
. principal speaker.' Mrs. Wilmer Dorrell was chairman Agent. She is the .
2017 W. 12th St. April 14/56VBoy. Rufus and Lottie Rivers W. St, ;of.tte program.conunilie. fourth 4-H member in Duval '
Harry and Dorothy Gflyard Gen. Del, Green Cove Springs. Club noted ) County to achieve this honor.

630 W. Duval St. J'April 15/56. June 1956GirL i. -jtfait JAXON, RETURNS The regional 4-H activity'is 1
.GirL Thorian and Ethel, Golden Jr., ; People !1YWCA'Committeei The ninth anniversary celebrasponsored jointly by the Federal
Henry and Lilly Patterson, Jr. Gen. DeL, Atlantic Beach. June FROM VACATIONMrs. bon of the Deleners Club was Extension Service of the United

926 W. Ashley. St. April 16/56. 0/56. GirL Presents MusicalThe l successful spiritually and finanStates Department of Agriculture _.

James Jack. and Mary Bell 1333 W. Mrs. Eloise McPherson, wife of i Katie Jones Anderson of cially. and the Directors of Extension In

and Mary'Buckholtz, 18th. St July 1/56. Boy. the Rev. L McPherson returnedto 1136 W. 24th Street and her sister, The Gardenia Social Club has the seventeen southern and bord-
1224 W. 25th St. April 16/56. Rudolph :and Johnnie Minott, the city recently from Cuth- third annual musical pre. Mrs. Gussie Horman of Pittsburg, invited the Deleners'club as their er states in the region in cooperation s

GirL 2123 Apt:. A, Mars Court July 2; bert,..Gan where she visited rela- sented by the YWCA music com. Pa. returned to the city after a special guests on August 16. ..with Howard University.
",.. Ch s. and Rachel Jackson, 1050'. 1956. Boy.: tives and friends. Mrs. McPherson mittee is dated for Sunday, August pleasant vacation in St. Peters Group 2 is sponsoring a trip to

Broad St. ;April 111M. Boy." Hubert'ancf Evelyn Hemsley, accompanied by :Miss 26 at 4:30 'p-'m.. at Edward[ burg, Florida visiting their sister. Talbot Island 'on August 23. The

J. C* and Delores..Jones,. 1003 727 Court C,, Bladge Homes. Everlina Jackson, daughter of Waters College: \ and other relatives. I II group is also planning a trip to Learn Commercial Art
Walnut St April 17/56. Boy. July 3/56. Boy. Mrs. Thelma Harris of 614 Court Featsured on the program Will 1 I Mrs. Horman was fated with a Miami in December to attend the Start Anytime

Harry and Clancie Shorter 331 Frmank'and Bessie Davis Rte "H" f be the young talented women and I birthday dinner while on her classic. C. f. APPROVED .

E. Ashley St. April 17/56.Boy. 2, Box 135, Green Cove Springs. men throughout the city. visit. The annual trip to Silver AMERICAN .

Arnette and Barbara ,Farms, July 4/56. Boy. Mrs. Lorraine A.-Stewart of 928 Mesdames Joseph Johnson,.Gilbert Springs is scheduled for Labor :.

1615 Everson Court April' 17/56.' Thomas N. and Gladys Green, Ionia St, is. ill.in the Brewster Solomon and' Cornehous I Local WomenHepd Day. SCHOOL OF ART
GirLWillie 1838 Jefferson St, Apt. '2. July Hospitalwhere she will undergo Garner will serve,on the participants Sick members of the club in- Moved To New Ucetion 3
a.(J ;Ruth Bates, 1133 tee 22/56. GirLEdward a major operation. Mrs. Stewartis committee; Misses Jean I Women's Day Event elude George Grant, Rosa Mack 106 EAST 2.4 BAY n...STREET _

St. April 17/56. Girl- and Margaret Harris, a member of Mt. Zion AME Raiford,. Gwendolyn Shelton and I -' and William Moye .
Arthur and Rosa Rich 2503 Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Lois Cain is general chair-
1941 Louisiana Apt. A. May 5/56. Church and president of, the East. publicity com
Myrtle Ave. Apri117/M... mittee Mesdames Victor man and Mrs. Deotha Simpson
Boy. side Fellowship Praying Club. ; Sampson. -
Chas. Harris and Celestine, 1518 GirlRoosevelt and Alberta Saddler A. Cook James Hollowayand : acting pastor for the Women's

McCord: v4- April'18/56.3oy. 716 Court-.-A,. Blodgett Homes. N. W. Shipp sponsorship I Day observance on August 26 in Vz PRICE SALE
Lawrence and Idella Melvin May 5/56. Boy.Alexander Miss Joel Ingraham of Miamiis committee and Miss Yvette Sims,, the church auditorium.
2011 McQuade. April J8/ 6. GirL and Wilma Williams, the house guest of Mrs. Mel- Mrs. Joe Jonese and Mrs. Marion I Services will commence at 8:30:
tonia Lilly at 1110 West'9th a. m., with guest teachers in ON CLOTHINGSummer
John and Pearlie Gant, 1233 Jr., 702 Court c. Blodgett Homes, Morse decoration' committee.
Street. Miss Ingraham Is a music: charge of the classes.In .
Franklin St April.18/56.xBoy.- May 5/56, GtrL "X .
Sam' and ,Emma ''Arnett, 5767 Walter and Pearl Lee k, Jr,.707A, instructor in the public school I Came lias Social Club charge of the youth will Tie and Fall Outfits For Women':, 1
. Can r Cir. April 18/56: Boy. Venus and'Mars' Court May'5/56. system'in Dade County, and is Mrs. Ella Mae Henry. .. j
Wm. and Jessie Johnson, Route enroute to Ft. Worth Texts to II Plans EntertainmentThe

4 Box 92. April 20/56. Girt. I Boy.Willie, and f Lemoria Farthen, Visit her ill mother. For Best Buys Junior League Thrift Shop 1
1 :M. C. and Maybeile Merritt;! 5560 Verbena Rd. May 6/56. Girl. I announcement has beenmade READ -

3557 Seashore Dr. April. 20/56.' Eugene. and Mary Dowdy 221 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ryles and by Mrs. Bernice Wright, The "Florida Star" 12 BROAD STREET
Boy. 1 1I daughters Paula and Denise, and president of the Les Camelias
Lee St May 7/ 6 Boy. Shopping Guide
Walter B. and Arlene Ricks,I Nathaniel Philyan and Mildred Mrs. Margaret P. Courtney and Social Club of an entertainmentto 55 .

1359 Madison St April 20/56.Boyf 1415 Wi,,Union St. June 9/56. Boy. son, Roosevelt of Washington.. D. be 'given on Saturday Aug" .'
at 8 at 1354 W. 7th Street.
*Willie and Myrel Wiley,".1484 p. m. .
Wm. and Ruby McCloud 908 CL, were the weekend guests of 'jMp'
E. 21st ,St. April 21/56'Boy.-: WalburgSt, Green Cove Springs. their cousin, Mrs. Alice Scott at Mrs. Rosa DeVaughn will serve r' .
:Mannie and Juanity Bostick, June 15/56. .Boy 801 West 17tfi St. They will visit as.hostess and Miss Ollie Johnson ;\:,\ ..
W. Church St. April 21/56. and Mrs. Idella Jackson co-
1051 i relatives and friends in Miami. (
Boy.Felton MrS.Edith Clones They will be the house guests of hostesses. .'
< ; and Mildred Williams, \ Mr. and Mrs. Charles North of the

2203 Kingston St.,<.. pril" 22/56. Will1= Be Presented North Travel Bureau. Goodwill Workers '' .

f Boy. i In Recital Aug. 26 Announce Meeting I.i,."r 1C. TES' .
I Albert and Rebecca White 1041 i >
Abraham L. Isham III, son of
Pearce April 23/56. GirL The Women's Auxiliary of the Mr. and Mrs. Abraham L. Isham The Goodwill Workers Club
'K. D. and Marie Bardge 1352
[ Mt. Sinai Baptist Church will 11 left recently for basic trainingat district number 29 of the SecondBaptis' .
\f. Eth St. July 5/56. Boy. present Mrs. Edith Jones lyric Lackland Air Forte Base San Church is scheduled to
,Marion and Jessie Crawford
soprano in. 'a musical recital on Antonio, Texas. meet on Sunday at 4:30: p., m. in
6124 Ardisia Rd. July 5/56. Boy. Sunday, August 26 at 7 p. m. in Isham was a member of the the home of Mrs. Rachel Hill 1016

- i f James and Betty Felder, 512 .auditorium, of the church. ,Tune '56 graduating class of New Pearl Street.

Eaverson\ SL July 8/56. Girl. Mrs. Jones is known throughout Stanton and a member of the Mt At this meeting the age rally

Harold, and Ethel Robinsonn, the city and Georgia making Vernon Baptist Church. will terminate Mrs. A. Tuckers
deg.: DeL Mandarin. July 856. appearances in state and,national captain.

Girt conventions.. Mrs. S. Hopkins is president of
-Richard and Stubbs 1379 Mrs Eloise McPherson, wife of
Angia In addition to Mrs. Jones numbers :
. deacon
the club S. W. Flander
the Rev. I. McPherson has returned
Evergreen'Ave.July ./_ Boy. .
Mrs. M. I{. Gibson'is scheduled and the Rev. K. D. Britt ministerof
to the city after a four
!Levonia :and 'Lizzie Fleming, '
in dramatic reading church.PATRONIZE
to appear the .
320 Oak St"Juty'loJ5.6; GirL weeks vacation in Cuthbert Ga..

'Joe Wand Annette Dodge. J!, Mrs H, H. Robinson is chair- visiting relatives and friends.
4211' Oxford Ave. July 11/56. Boy. the auxiliary: She was accompanied by:Miss
man of
:.Asberry and Margaret McGru- Everlina Jackson, daughter of Florida Star
Mrs. Thelma Harris of 614 CourtH. .
d'er (2112 Pullman St July 11/56.
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Pogo;Four' THf*flOUt>A STAR Sattrdoy. Aujast 11, 19S6

I} :':: District Junior Women ,Present "Inspirational Hour" 11

: i Mrs. Eliza Rick Perry To, Deliver Busy Bee Sewing Circle' Sponsors Tea St.Lists Thomas ActivitiesMiss Baptist Women's Day Set

Nail Address On Mini Program LaConetta Young, reporterfor At New HopeThe

the SL Thomas Baptist Churchof
which the Rev. W. C. Neal is
observance of Women's
'" At the Annual Inspirational Hour to be presented bythe District minister has the following activ-

Junior Women's Convention, of which Mrs. M. K. Gibson is president -. iw :rr. s, ; ,.'rt et ''! ,. : ities listed for the church from Day in the New Hope AME
rr ahy.Ar
rr.- Church will begin
I. Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will be. heard In the main address. Sunday, August 12-14. on Sunday at

The___ nrnpram__ ___ Is_ elated__n_ .for__ Fri___ ,. District 1 and 5 will meet on 9:30 a. m. with Sunday SchooL
>' day, August 17 at 8 p. m. in the Sunday at 4 p. m. in the home of 'Mrs. Helen Sutton an instructor -
Mt Sinai Baptist Church. District 'Ushers, Mrs. Ruth Tanner. in the public school system is

.Mrs. Perry is a member of the s ,= ,District 5 will meet in the homeof to deliver the main address at 11
West Union Baptist Church and Mrs. Thelma Small at 4 p. m; a. m, Miss Ida Logan a recent
is'active in the church and vari. Slate SessionThe 4 ." District 6 meets in the home of graduate of Florida Normal Col-

ous organizations throughout the Mr. and Mrs. L. Clayton. 1638 lege and a member of the Day

city. The St. Paul Trio and Mrs. fourth annual onedaysession Illinois. Spring Baptist Church is guest

Alice Burroughs are among the of the District Ushers Union District 9 in the home of Mrs.S. speaker at the 3 p. m. program

persons to participate on 'the auxiliary to the East Florida and Williams. 1127 W. 12th Streetat planned for the youth and the

program. Bethany Baptist Association is 't :, 4 j. m.District. '" Rev. Mrs. Marie Washington
The presidents conference is slated for August 23 i nthe St. pj 10 meets in the homeof guest speaker at the 7 p. m.

... in charge of the program arrangements John-Baptist Church. Mrs. Banks 1149 W. 21st St. worship.
with Mrs. Maudell Hudsonas Service in appreciation for the i
According to the president Mrs.
chairman. Mary K. Heard, a program is designed pastor has been planned for Monday FEMALE, CHOIROF
August 13, at 8
p. m.
to inform and inspire the i--L
Jerusalem workers. .A 1L-v A request by the pastor has ZION HOPE
r4c-!; been made for all choirs usher
Observes Men's Day The. program will begin at 10a. '> boards and the congregation to TO GIVE RECITALThe I
and continue _
m, daily throughout
accompany him to Mt. Zion Bap-
Annual Men's Day will be observed the day. tist Church in Palatka on Tues- female: choir Zion Hope,
f all day Sunday at Jerusalem Many of the boards have been day, August 14 Grant Memorial AME Trio, choir .
Baptist Church with Sunday invited to be present and a special On the fourth Sunday afternoon 1 of First Corinth and the female

< School beginning at 9:30: a. m. prize is to be awarded to the at 5 p. m.. the junior women chorus of Mt Ararat Baptist
Brother Alonzo King will be the board with the largest represents will sponsor a Corsage Tea and Church will render the music

i guest superintendent. tion. .Z District 1 will celebrate its anniversary when Deborah Chapter 32 OES

p At 11 a. m. Nathaniel York willserve Members of the church have I in the evening with a observes its anniversary in the

as acting pastor for the day planned a pre-opemng program TEA EVENT-Members and Friends of the, Busy Bee Sewing Circle: who participated: in the club'srecent youth musical and dramatic re- Mt Ararat Baptist Church on
and music win be furnished by for Aug. 22 at 8 p. m. event held at the home of Mrs. Mary' Le rh. 960 Broad 'Street are shown here. cital featuring Miss Cessandra B. August 19.
the Southside. Male Chorus. Rev: Sealed are Mesdames Wilson Armstsrong. Mary Gibson Clara Jackson: Gloria Washington Emma Neal as,soloist. In addition to this group of

Fred Richardson assistant pastorof Vaughn Mary Lewis and Irene Jackson. Standing,are Messrs. Wilson Armstrong Jerry Barton and singers a program has been plan-
Grant Memorial AME. Church Birthday Party Held Larry Washington. T Rev. Dallas B. GrahamTo ned for this occasion to which
will speak. the public is invited.
Deacon Dennis- Telfaidr and For Young Jaxon Deliver SermonAt
Westminister Choir Will Render RecitalAt
Welton Flynn will preside over Hen's Day Set Second Baptist
the "devotion period ,at .3 p. m. Little Mascelia Shannon daughter Laura Street' Presbyterian .Church Quintet To Sing

TheMale Chorus of Tabernacle of Mr. and Mrs. James Shan- ** Delivering the sermon on Sun- At Second BaptistThe
Baptist Church. will deliver the non and granddaughter of Mrs. The fifth annual.. musical of the Westminster Choir of Laura At St. Thomas day morning in the Second Bap-

music. Rev; G. W. Phillips of 'Julia, P. Gilmore and Mr. and Street Presbyterian Church is slated for Sundav' at-- 8- n. ,m..-- in the tist Church will be the Rev. Dallas junior choir of the Second
Sweetgield: Baptist Church will :Mrs. Mack :>aymon celebratedher church r- ---I Graham pastor of the ML Baptist Church will present the 1
St Thomas Baptist Church is
... deliver. the message. fifth birthday with a party The.choir will be heard in several Ararat Baptist Church. Second Baptist Quintet in a musi-
the setting for the annual' Men'sDay
t. Evening services will begin at :recently. The party was held in selections including "Fierce FRATERNAL NOTESThe Other activities on Sunday will cal recitsal on August 26 in the
7p. m. with music being furnished ; :the home of her parents. 645 Was The Wild Billow" and "On observance scheduled for be in the usual order. main aumtoriwnofthemureh.

.by guest soloists Eddie Lee I Court E. ward Ye People. Violet Flower Club of Aug. 19.Daniel. On August 19, the Rev. S. L. Members of the quintet are Miss

Brown and Carter Lewis. Rev. S. The parents were assisted in Serving as guest soloist is Miss Pride ofb Maceo Temple, 186 Miller, general chairman Badger, pastor of the Emanuel Allie Faye Roundtree, Charles T.
L7"Badger will speak at the :serving the little guests by the Padrica Mendez. a student of IBPOE of W is sponsoring a tripto James Adams co-chairman to- Baptist Church is to deliver the Maxwell Marcellus Sturgis, Al-
evening service god parents of Mascelia Mr. and Bethune-Cookman College. New Berlin on August 17. gether with James Williams, morning message. bert Henderson and Alonza Grant.
Acting for chairman for this Mrs. Eddie Mueller and the following Roylestine Jenkins of West Virginia The bus will leave the Elks chairman of the program committee '- .

affair is H. D. Singletary Rev. friends and relatives, Miss State College, the Ebenezer Home at 8 p. m., and Arthur Hector, chairman
Gloria Mrs.Etta Williams, of the finance committee are the I. 1
Saul Cooper: is'the, pastor. Rogers Trio, Allie Faye Roundtree of Round trip fare will be 75c.
f Mrs., Hortense Williams Mrs. Florida A and M University and men at work to make this pro-

Mary Cowser Mrs. Julia Gilmore others are scheduled to partici-I I Pallbearers Lodge 216 will meet gram a success. ;

t. ,HURCH anld Mrs. Delia Collins. pateon the program. Wednesday night, August 15th The Rev. R. D. Odes is to deliver Jacksonville's

More than fifty-little friends Mrs. Josephine Meares is or- at 8 p. m. at 1082 Davis St. Rev. the morning message, the
N NOTES were in attendance and joined ganist of the group, Rutledge G. W. Miller js- the president Rev. W. C. Neal the afternoon I
with: the honoree in the playingof Pearson director and Miss Irma message and the Rev. William

i i games and delicious refresh- Villarin pianist.Wedding. St. John's Lodge 14 will meet Grimes the evening sermon. Lowest

f .The; Interdenominational Prayer .I ments. August 15th at 8 p. m. in the Services will begin on Sunday
Masonic with the Sunday School at 9:30a.
k Bands of America Inc. 'will Temple 410 Broad St
l Bells Business of 'importance to be m. with Henry Young and
hold the convention in Jacksonville Baptist Ministers I
transacted. other teachers presentThe
Arthur L. Jenkins
Aug. 14-17 in the Simpson I .
Methodist Church, ," Cleveland and Will l Meet MondayThe Applications, : for Marriage W. M. male chorus will render Food S\ : -
Kings Road. Licenses music throughout, the day.

A special meeting of the executive Baptist Ministers Brotherhood ;- Honored guests, for the Bills of -
t board. will be> held on Mon- I of Duval and adjacent coun- Ernest Hill 1125 Van Buren Stage ;Maceo Lodge 8 on Sunday at 3 I
t.-: 24 and Cordelia Mack 329 p. m. in Elks auditorium will be First Corin4hLists .
day August 13 In the church. !ties will meet Monday August 13
J r Harrison St, age 17. the Pride of Maceo Temple, 186, Prices .i.
Mrs. Ellen Jones chairman will i ir ats 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist Activities .
preside Chuyrch.The 1 1 James T. Sampson 6121 Japonica IBPOE ofW.Daughter ,-.. .*
Sunday School lesson willibe Rd. age 22 and Laura "M. Ruler Hattie James
White, Lynn,Haven, 22. has announced the wearing of. Activities Sunday in the Tirst -.
-. Choir 3 of Mt., Sinai Baptist 1 previewed by Rev. G. N. age < '
t Thos. Jones, 1875 W. 9th St. uniforms is not but Corinth Baptist Church of which :
: Church will present their annual :Stokes. The order pt the day will necessary ,_t. :..
age 18 and Jartie 'Bell, 2430 East badges and PDR jewels to be the Rev. J. Jones is minister will ,
;. recital on Sunday,August: 9. 1956 1 be read by Rev. J. A. Hams, pas- are .
Lincoln include the Sunday School at 9:30a. ... ,
at 7 p. m. The affair is being i tor of Moncrief Baptist,,Church Court age 17. worn.
Isaac Brinson 848 Spearing St., Pallbearers Lodge number 20 nx, morning worship, 11 a. m.
sponsored Ay Deaconess Board 2. Rev: : G. W. Miller is the reporter
Friends are invited., Mrs.' Alma ;and Rev.. 1L IL Robinson is the I I age 20 and Lillian Claark, 1206 will meet Monday at 7:30 p., m. with the deacons in charge of devotional -
Fossetf is the president. I president I IJ Weare St, age 16. in the Mt Lilla Baptist Church followed by the sermon
Walter H. Thomas: 521 W. Second and Jefferson Streets by the Rev. Mr. ;Jones.

Church St, age 23 and Audrey. Districts 1 and 2 will meet from

J L RITZ THEATREFRIDAY Dallas 1630 W,-llth'St.age 21. Rev. S., D.,, King .4 to 5 p. m. in the annex.
Charlie L. Hall 1532 Swift St, The evening'worship will begin.at
e-- SATURDAY AUGUST 10-11 age 44 and Emma L. Holmes 1456 II With- PartyA 6:45 p. m. The pastor will
W.8th St. age 27. preach. i
JOHH WAYNE, birthday party was tendered i
Choir 3 and usher board 4 will
r ""FLAME OF BARBARY: COAST" the Rev. S. D. King, pastor of the
t ; ROD CAMERON Junior Group King Tabernacle, in the home of serve at the morning worship and r

: "OH SUSANNA" Mrs. Maggie. Harrison recently. choir 2 and usher board 3 will
i Conducts ProgramAt. o
The home attractively dec 4.
serve at the evening worship.
> 'SUN pAY. MONDAY'.TUESDAY Mt. Vernon orated with seasonable flowers Following the evening worshipthe

: FIRST RUN and the honoree received many .
g':' W+LD, BILL' HICKOK The junior department of the useful gifts. Gospel Crusaders are to appear -

t "TITLED, TENDERFOOT" Mt Vernon Baptist Church is in .-A large group ,of friends and on a program sponsored for

: JOHNNY WE1SMULLER charge of the program on Sundayat members of the church were in the benefit of district 3. Mrs.

"DEVIL GODDESS"WEDNESDAYTHURSDAY 4 p. nx, when a mass meetingis attendance. j Lettie Stephens in chargeINAM \
Jc scheduled.., -

( a : Miss Roselyn Lundey is to g'; ..
the welcome address, Rev. G, T.
..' McCall,Miss Yvonne Taylor, Miss : .
Jackie Hudges Miss'Deloris War- < Plus '
"POWDER .. .
r : I dell Margaret Knox Betty Lun- everyone '..- "io

I dey, Eldora Davis Geraldine church -, .
'White, Yvonne Tutson, Miriam new "

White Naomi and Ruth Neal the Tarbernocle Those .
t junior Rex .
quartet Gray and .
f William Cherry will participateon Florida Avenue : ,

fi'F IMUI. *IH the program.Abraham You hare:the privilege of and '
;i Isham Mrs. Helen ,. ,singing, Praying, Shouting .
j rlenoid, Miss Louise E. Perkins in the Kingdom of Peace ; .
f and the Rev. G. T.: McCall min I I WonderfulS

it* v'1 UT1tofj ister of the church are super You Can Hare Your Soul, Revived

t *tMrf visors of the group. '
4RrY491 <., .;; Healing Blessing Given Nightly .. <
: : Through the Power.of God '"
Stop pain (of) piles ,-::'-- K .

? g. ., Come Out and Hear _, _, & H GREEN
+ '.-..' ':?** '' >* atOr'JBOBey hole
;today '
-*':. { Rev. Mrs. W. A. Stancie _f _' -.
.. back! ,Elder, Long, Great 15 yr.::old speaker< of;all _times- -
; .1 *3 :,;4v rf; new (BrMcatt,;.. I.... dwrcli,feffes tm 2.Weeks), :-j "
Stateless Pzo taaUnfly'wHeted STAMPS
tortures Gave Internal and !
piles "'
: iii ;i I external relief! 6 medtec-tjMproved ; > Madam, Jordan Can Be Seen

I l iiiltt V* i'iifwitt' mgreraeats 3 lJteq, n011 -' .,.fromJO, A.M. to 7 .P.,.M. Daily .

rS ; tr,> ,M.v---;' .; : ; -" ; i walk in comfort I Onr stainless lilt. Wiir' Htl >t.as SAMCCS, U HOMS,, ,Chinfe, ..<* Hells,

i'.j! tr Kl ;>- t: I positarlM pS remedy or Ointment auinlm a Pan* WRITEililVwEST 8th STREET PHONE EL.48182 SAVE ,TWO/WAYS AT WWM-MXIE
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Saturday August 11, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Pogo Fhe

I Governors Of States Asked To ,Order Desegregation **


NAACP Asks Governors To Order I Jcaxoti Wins .Radio Prize MoneyI Klansmen Wait *

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CuipliaxceWith Cowl Riling Whiles To Police *

MIAMI-Governors_ in 42 states were asked to issue executive Bolila RacketA **

orders calling for compliance withe the U.'S. Supreme Court decision crowd estimated at 1500 attended *

outlawing racial segregation in public schools by the-Natsional Association : theKu Klux Klan meet- *
of Colored Women's Clubs. ;
ing here and heard one of the
About o80 delegates the con- I speakers declaim against Jack.

vention were instructed to :present sonville law enforcement. He :

the request to'the governors Hearing Reset said Jacksonville through its law 1WP t-

in their states'_: upon' their return enforcement officers is at one of

home. For Rate Hike its lowest ebbs in history. *

Maine, Vermont New Hampshire Another speaker identifying

Idaho, Nevada and North himself as being "in the church"

Dakota are states with no member In Magnolia AreaThe r : J said "Negro policemen police in atc

clubs. the Negro section but white

The resolution also ,called for Board of County, Commissioners jJ policemen are not allowed to en-
the association to cOoperate'with j I this week reset the hearing ____ ter". This situation, he said, gave A tip of tke Pepsi ca. t*
other groups in developing co! date on a petition toincreaSEI impetus to the bolita and numbers these outstanding y* &tAmericans.

ordinated integragiton!"? 1 i r I water rates in Magnolia Gardenls racket. He also said *we -a, ,rountry and. who*nr cemmultYa make ear

for schools, housing, employment for 10 a. m. August 21. bear a lot about all men being a letter Ute in watch to Hie.
and accommodations. created equal and that nobodywas -
I I The;fiQal hearing..on the peti-
The former Autherine Lucy tion by Magnolia Homes, ino, created. The first two people -
Rosa Parks life were made of the dust of the *
and given
were was scheduled for Tuesday but
memberships.State I earth and the rest were born intoit *
commissioners were inf9rmed ,
? 1 and who that God
Rep. John B. Orr of Miami that the independenlt audit being n q x'Nr anyone says *
created human beings doesn'tknow
was commended by the_ or-I made in behalf of colored resi- K
his Bible.Obseners .
ganization for casting the lone dents of the subdivision had not (y N H4. *
saw the inconsisi-
ballot in opposition to a bill to I been completed. y .
easy in the speaker'and pointedout
give Florida school boards On.June 22 the initial hearingon
auth-j that the bolita racket had *
ority to assign pupils,to : the>etltiorn was held and at been in
operation all the
.*,_. '*" over
schools time *
the -
.offered '
I company -- I city for a number of years-long

Mrs. Irene: 'Gaines.'of' Chicago testimony 'to, support its claimthat' THE WINNER h .,. Everyone is happy for Mrs. Beatrice Griggs. who Just won the lucky policy I before July 1. when Negro policemen *

wasre-, ected president and' Mrs.: it was losing money pn its number game on Radio Station WOBS for the amount of $1664)0. Mrs. Griggs registered her insure were assigned exclusively -

Lola: Bowman of Marlin.' Texas, water service.It ance number at one of the Champion. Cleaners branches and it was called on the air. The other to the colored areas. l

first vice jresident. has asked that it be allowed members of this happy group are. left to right, Mrs. Griggs' daughter who heard the number The first speaker hit at the U. ;

to raise the charges from $4.50 to called. Johnny Shaw. WOBS program director.: Carter Jones station managr. Mrs. Nora Quarterman. S. Attorney General who, he j1 $

$7:50'a quarter.. general manager of Champion Cleaners" and Bill Freeman. account executive. said, had the Klan put on the

Some 300.000 naturalized citizens -_.__._- -- subversive list after his Catholic GILBERT W. GADSON *
will be able tote for the YOU LOSE If New Stanton Senior
-: you are not married and Jewish friends were denied
BRIDES! If you since High School
President for the first time in registered for the November 6 the last .election-you have to KLAN DENOUNCES GOV. COLLINS admission. He said former Klansmen This outstanding young *
the November 6 election. Are you election 'because you're left out here who have been banished man: is recognized by *
dealers for his
register again to vote in the November
one of them? If so. be wire to of something everybody else is AS ENEMY OF STATES RIGHTS from the Klan for. misappropriation rating as an honor stud
ent, chaplain of the Student
6 election. Be sure *
If don't Get in the your
register. you get your doing. your name of funds are trying to Council, assistant librarian
name in the book you can't vote.i book! new name is In the book! destroy the organization. assistant c&an1eaare'; : *

._- STARKE-The Ku Klux Klanin :minutes before Sen. Farris Bry- The south is being used as a of the comets. He attends -
the Simpson Methodist *
a ,meeting here were cheered ant's resolution would have pass- whipping boy by the Supreme Church.

when an unidentified speaker denounced ed and termed hi mas a great Court acting under pressure from *

Do You Wan Sticky Little Stamps Gov. Leroy Collins as Southern gentleman who. poses left wing economic groups. Theyare ** *
one of the worst of states before magnolias and mansion trying to get us in a turmoil

: rights in Florida. columns for national magazines, perhaps start another Civil War, *

i the The rally which was hel din an but says nothing when these same he said. *

#; or open field just south of this Bradford magazines slander the south." This meeting was the second

County rity was witnessed The speaker directed a few acid in' Florida jn a week and a third ,fin

a. World's Lowest Prices! from behind a roped off area by remarks toward the United. States meeting is scheduled for Saturday *
500 spectators. Supreme Court. at Starke.Jehovah's.
Newsmen were permitted in- The majority of the Klansmen *

side the barrier only after prom wore'masks in addition to theidr
We tried the stamp plan, as" you recall, for one year and discontinued ising not to use names klan titles hoods. According tor one Klan Witnesses

them, only a few weeks ago for this reasons It's impossible to offer food prices as or make photographs. spokesman 710 cars were parkedin To Attend Convention *
The. speaker, a Sunday School the area. A newsman differed *
low as Jax Meat'' offers and give away sticky little stamps, too These stamps teacher said the,JOan member somewhat and reported 500. Many

ship is comprised of upstanding automobiles displayed D u val PALATKA-W. A. Ferguson, *
cost money, they ,are not free. Just remember-no one gives ,you something for Christians and presiding minister and head of
God-fearing peo Counlty license plates, indicatingthe
nothing. Compare our prices with Stamp' Store prices and see how much more pIe. He charged Collins with.disbanding meeting may have been 'plan- the delegation of the North Unit "' MART ANN DOUGH
of Jehovah's Wit-
the Legislature cnly ned in that area. Congregation New Staatoa Senior
you pay at food stores that' offer sticky little stamps. nesses, has announced the completion Rich School
Miss Pough is a memberof
of plans for the attend ,
the 12B 2 class secretary
of the to the annual of the Latin IV class.
Newsom Furniture Store Features ance group assistant librarian of the
distrimct convention to be heldin band. assistant secretary

Best Bargains The "Fla. Star" Augustat Ga.. August 16-19: if of chaplain the of student class member council,

The group will travel by car to esecretarymoth Junior

join five thousand other witnessesin Zeta Club.
The Newsom Furniture Company at Broad and Adams, one of the four day conference.
I of the south's outstanding furniture centers announced last week Jehovah's Witnesses will be * *

that it will run a series of advertisements in the "Florida Star"The : coming from cities and towns of *
several states in ,
southeastern one
policy of placing the
Newsom, sale offers in the "Flor of the largest assemblies ever *

..TeJMlai ida Star" was adopted in anef Dr. Gilbert Porter held in Augusta. ,. *
Stadium 1400 Walton
Jenning ,
fort ,to bring before the Negro I
the best in furniture Way, is the meeting place. *
R; community Urges GraduatesTo
buys by publicizing them in the
Negro press which serves the vast II
number of colored citizens in Du- Vote Register"Keep Jackson County BoysIn

val County and surrounding area. : 4H Camp For Boys

Mr. J.T. Newsom,genial

EGGS_ daze ia stns. ,39$ PORK CHOPS lb. 39p manager center of the said well-known that Jaxons young furniture who- vote attempting," graduates at to the registerand 64th National MARIANNA Forest-Camping near Ocala in this the 1

CENTER CUTS lb. 59? trade with Newsom Furniture annual summer,session Baccalau week are forty-nine Jackson -
reate-Commencement exercises at
Counlty 4-H boys who are being
TIDE large k 190 Company can always depend on
p g. Florida Normal and Industrial
LEAN WESTERN getting the best quality goods at supervised by V. L. Elkins, county ROGERS *
Memorial told here
College were
New Stanton Senior
: incomparable prices. Saturday.Dr. HUH School *
SPARERIBS 290THRIFTY The boys are receiving instruc-

BESS PRICE IN TOWN! 'aide One of the fine features of Gilbert L. Porter, Executive tiorn in conservation; insect control the Rogers 10 A4 is class a member, an honor of *

BAKE-RITE3-lb.cai590 Newsom's that all patrons are Secretary of the Florida State and water safety and are participating student, president of theFrench ji
.SLICED BREAKFAST cuss vice presim
given courteous service. Patrons in organized recrea- ,
Teachers Association, addressedthe dent of the Student Council -
WITH $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER Newsom's fdr the first which include and a member of theband. *
visiting tional activities
BACON class of 16 receiving bachelor .
lb. cello.pkg. 29$ : He is 17 years of
time will discover that it is a of science degrees. Dr. Porter softball, boating, swimming, volleyball age and attends Laura *
Street PresbyterianChurch
Sale Swift's Premium simple matter to open an account :told the graduates that they, as and horse shoe pitching. '
3 Lbs. 85
with the, store. and in addition, i potential community leaders.must Former director pf Agriculture .

BABY BEEF there are no,carrying charges. continue to fight _"the enemy Extension Service, H. G. Clayton * *
HICKORY BY THE PIECE I within as well as without to preserve who is included in the special
Newsom's is currently offeringan *
SMOKED BACON our freedom. The well guests addressed the group.
lb. 290
SIRLOIN OR CLUBSTEAKS exceptional furniture buy in a
I I known educator based his addresson Congratulations from Pepsi
7-piece moder sectsion living these. three Merit
Cola t.
lb. 490 the three basic Moore
philosophiesunder Dr.
MAXWELL HOUSE VACUUM ACK room furniture group for only Richard Award winners

GUARANTEED TENDER OK DOUBLE $189.- Lovely 8-piece bedroom which man has lived with. On MethodistBoard Listen to Pepsi Merit Aware ..
in :
79)! history's span.He :
YOUR MONEY BACK. can ) groups are now on sale for $159; Education BodyAt satotations. on Pepsi Cole
beautiful 21pieceChrome said that who controlour TEEN-TIME WRHC. 100on
and the most men
Dinette is being sold at politics today are governed bya year dial Satard'iys
CHUCK ROAST lb. 33c SOUTHERN DAIRIES ASSORTED FLAVORS the unbelievable'' price of $70. belief that "they are superior the organizational meetingat 11 A.M.
Chicago Temple, Chicago, 111., .
because they were born superior"They .
ICE CREAM 1-gal. 49HOUND The Newsome Furniture Com Dr. Richard V. Moore, presidentof
FULL CUT refuse recognize the true *
pany at Broad and Adams is now Bethune-Cookman College,
meaning of full opportunity. "We
STEAKS lb. 590 SWIFT'S PREMIUM listed in the "Florida Star Shop only ask the guarantee of equal Daytona Beach, was appointed to *
which directs its membership on the General
ping opportunity to make the most'of *
Pea.IB.tler Ige. jar 25cHAIIIURGER readers to establishments where I Board of Education of the Methodist
FRESHLY GROUND our unequal talents. '
colored citizens can shop and save Church. 7*

lb. 290KINGANS PET. CARNATION OR SILVER COW and beassured of courteous serv The speaker charged that recent Dr. Moore was also appointed *
ice. legislation passed in Florida to the Commission, at the General

RELIABLE OR AZALEA BRAND HILK large cans lie "has set race relations back 50(]I Conference Methodist Church to
The Florida Star urges itsjcead- years." "Today in Tallahassee,,, study the structure of the Jurisdictional -
Limit 6 to Customer with $5.00 ., More Food Order
HAN to partonlize,Florida Star ad-
iii.: 390B ers the situation has become so tense System.:
FANCY BLUE ROSERICE vertisers. that confusion may break out an;
tf Shank. Portion

1 Half or Whole or HAMS, lb. 49$ '' 3-lb.pkg. 290'! minute," Dr. Porter said: Goa only N/i Pepsi CeUDealers
': YourEditoriol kyBlatfBer Weakness tin, Hlcus or Bed wetting too freeueat. -
KINGAN'S RELIABLE __ 4 to 6-Jbs. Arera.*. TOP QUALITY -- REG., 69c VALUE Trade With tarnlnf or tuhtof naaOoB> or Jockseevllte'satn
Page troac Smetuaa,plevdr mine,dao to .

PICNIC HAMS lb. 290 Household MOPS 290 Speaks for_ Progress Shopping Guide Advertiser I ommoa try CTWTZ 1te arx KWary under and Bladder r i. IS.IrrJUUons.lStSrgit -

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'. STAR Solved. August 11. 19SS
PO.. .Six THE fLOfUDA. y.

I ; .. :Hews 'Of Interest From Ail Sections Of Beautiful Florida 1 I

ICl i Tallahassee Pulpit Aid Board Sponsors Silver Tea I.

NtJ Cit, CkatterBT : ,
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E. A.. KERSHAW j fa1 r

't, J -<... '284'OsceolaPhone'2.50)8' g

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\TALLAHAS3EE.. FLAYours- truly certainly appreciates the

I many.folks whopeeped'ihe CCC (CAPITAL CITY 'CHATTER) last

week and did not hesitate in saying how happy they were io fee the

cribings imprint again after a lay-off of many moons.,

Top compliment came from a k

reader of years. 1 headed Folks who : .
many many your way ,. 4.f.. N J____
Here tis: -'Certainlyglad that I have,heard the Four Jays featur- i imcI

you are doing a column again. ,ing Gene White on the electric

Now we Tallahassee folks can 'piano as they give out with gone

keep abreast of what's happening ;numbers at the Cafe DeLuxe 'Iii -

in the four comers of the capital I each week-nd wonder why they / $h: -1

city and then some." Well that's I don't pack 'em in. The reason is

exactly what I am going to attempt .not those cats not singing or the 7 .. < W akn 'y 1

to do. So, here goes again. entertainment not beirig the most

Elton "Doc Jive" Sewell iino Somewhere down the line SOME

,.. ._ .... .. .
.longer partner in the Doc ONE has forgotten that IT PAYS _a ,_P. "" w>. d" > -- -'--'--

Jive. Record Shop on the main TO ADVERTISE! Don't it PARTICIPANTS TEA EVENT Tallaha eans who participated in the tea event who served as hostess.In .

track. Sole owner is'.Johnny though! sponsored by th Pulpit Aid Board of Bethel AME Church and held in the homeof the photo at left are members of the board and friends who attended the

demons owner of Johnny's Gen Mr*. Marie Ford at 552 Carolina Street are seen in the pictures above. In the affair. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Mary Twine. Mrs. Lillie Mae McDanieLMrs. I

eral Merchandise.and former juke Lt Clifford wania and his photo at left are officers of the organization:namely. Mrs. Celia Spencer. president: M. J. Strong. Mrs. M. Moore. Mrs. Lucille Austin and Mrs. P. B. Roberts.

box operator. (Note: This" corner charming wife Bobbie, 'dropped Mrs!: Theresa'Coy, secretary; Mrs. Susan Clary, treasurer; and .Miss Ora McGowan Standing are John Combs and Matthew Adams. Florida Star Photos.
into town to spend a few days
last week)
predicted same

... The dusk to dawn all-nite flick visiting relatives and friends. 7puiHNss Rev. S. L. Brownell
They're located,at Rockville, Md; ,County Nws !

at the*Lincoln Drive tonne should While here they are staying at And Rev. W. Hodges Independent Laboratories Prove
in. This is the
pack em and
the home of his'parents, Mr. BY E. VREEN -
that such has been attempted in Mrs. Walter Lamb Local tOS. Madison Street Palaika Florida Serve At BethelPAL4TKA

Tallahassee. Seven feature pic teachers will be wending their Phone East 5.3025'" ., i No Bug Can Live

tures plus sohrt subjects plus way home from the four'cornersof .
cartoons 'will be idn the offering. The 'Rev. S. L.
the world this week-end for it
.Oh, yes! Free donuts will be is just about time to report for A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Brownell Moderator of the North after being sprayed wifhREALKILL

given to all at midnite. James work. And from what this corner "No man is fully educated until'he learns Florida and Georgia Missionary

Sawyer cruised into CC Sunday has seen WORK it will be: .. to speak 'at the right time. Baptist Association, was host pas
from way down St. Pete wal to ; .
'"' tor at' Bethel Baptist Church ofPalatk
visit relatives and friends for a Ruth Briwn is to play the capital

few days. He says he's gotta go city ere long. Almost two youThnlg week we. are inviting .a; anied. by her younger daughterleft Fla. last Sunday, and

back to St. Pete so that he canbeatthis years have passed since Ruth last lady' a member of the< Monday after a very pleasant Rev. W. Hodges served as assist

CCC heat And he ain't sang here. Last place was the Bethel AIdE Church who wa visit here with her parents Mr. ant pastor.

jiving either. It is something terrific Kozy Komer. Ray' Charles was seen with her sister at the Deluxe and Mrs. Frank Swindell. Mrs. Spiritually high services were Put amazing

here with the mercury reading the band. The mike goofedwhileRuth Beauty Parlor last weekend. Tw< Clement and daughter will visit REAL-KILL to
enjoyed throughout the day.
94 in the shade was singing "Mama, He show passes awaits this young, several other places in the mid- work for you .
of Treats Your Baby Mean" and lady. dle west before returning to their Both ministers were dinner today! In handy
Key. Matthews pastsor guests of Miv. and Mrs. Reeves of Push Button Canor
Friendship Primitive Baptist folks were terribly disappointedfor Sgt and Mrs. L. M. Mitchell home in Baltimore, Maryland. A
Palatka who made it pleas- economical
Church Putnam Drive is well Ruth could not return to the Mrs.Willie Lee Vreen and Thomas:
ant for them. They were both invited Bottle-with
pleased with the attendance' of stage. You know, no mike, no Jerald Roberts were the house<
WOBSPROGRAM back to Palatka and plan to fret spray.rI
the two.week special prayer serv- Ruth. At this writing there is no guests last weekend of Mr. and accept the invitation very soon.

ice.' Noticeable was the numberof "fever" cause Ruth Brown and Mrs. Lynah of Bradenton. Sgl SCHEDULE O E610Wt I I

''teen-agers who came every some not' too well known bandin and. Mrs. Mitchell left Tuesday; ic4i{ _

nite.to participate in the religious (( these parts) are coming to following a very pleasant visi MONDAY FRIDAY weercoat.." J.r.rtettll
Tallahassee. Then too, dance fans here with'relatives. <:M lip On Contest Winner
services .'. Mrs. Stephen McDonald lee *:*3 Capsule New Weather saetespArri
and son, Mike of Osceola have not forgotten that they did --.-- '.t I** Hearea'i Grace) Head (MelTla f44reenst showsr

Streetare visiting relatives and not get their money's worth at The Baptist Church at Ann. 13 1M Capsule New *: Weather DINSMORE-First prize winner _.. _.

friends in Washington, D. C. herlast appearance here. But to strong was completely destroyed ,!:.tJ -- 1:0 SI The CapsvJe Kid News(Bok Hudson* Weather) in the recent baby contest at P..8tt.Lae -

Returning this week to'the capital tell ..the tduth ;folks, 'Twasn'tRuth by fire early Wednasday morning S3: .:te The Kid (Bob Haasea) the Bethel Methodist Church was
te i:OJ Capsule NewA Weather
city after spending a most pleas Brown's fault! 'TwaSn't!" following the Ministers and Dea. $43 I*** Jvmpla with Johnny Vernal Frederick, son of,Mr. and 4tAII woe read by independent loborolariet oWma$2S
(Johnny Shaw) OO Icword offer died offer berg sprayed
Union St. James Association N. Jenkins who
ant vacation visiting relatives and cons Mrs. William re-
Mr. and Mrs. Betram Cooper I*** ltJ Capsule News Weather wtih 5ga.jU Bug tailor.
friends at Palatka, Tampa and closing o'n Sunday.An 11131101 Gospel Train,Number One ported $70.Jaunteb.
and family are very happy to (MelTla once)
Orlando are Mrs. Emma Bird investigation is being made 11Of 1143 Capsule Newt A Weather Renita daughter of
have visiting with them Mrs. PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"
Utl 12:** Gospel Train,Namker One
Reid Mrs. Alice Peacock and herclilldren" Mr. Cooper's to determine the origin of the (Valrfa Grace) Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blackmanwas
Bertha Cooper;
Mesdames Peacock and mother of Key West. She reports fire..It is reported that the build U. 12U Local Jeyner Newt) (Joyce ruuner-up. ADVERTISERSGORDON'S,

Reid ate teachers in the Leon in ing was not insured.It 12:15.1231 Man oa Street (Shaw tHudson
having a most enjoyable stay ) -
County Public School System. the capital city With D. C. is generally felt that an. officer lt: t 125 JeD Mart. (Joyce Jerner) I .... .
1245 -I** A Woman's Weld (JoyceJoyaer ... "'.-'- .
Al ofBert's .
Mr. and Mrs. Spears owners Collington on full-time as the that had recently been excluded ) -
Motel have as they houseguest ItM 143 Capnde Newt Weather
the membership is
assistant to Chuck Smith ofFAMU's from 113.111:. Gospel. Tram, Number
this week Mrs. Annie Belle relations dept, responsible for the burning of the .w* (IfelYia Grace) '-
: public 2*: 243 capsule Newt Weather "
Spears of Marianna. She is Mr. the reading public will get a more church according to reports re 243 3t Gospel Train Number -
Spears' mother. ceived from church officer. Two (itelYin Grace) .;:
complete coverage of the happenings 3:11313 Capsule Newt A Weather .
I peeped with my own' sighters at FAMU. Won't be a The Rev. David Julks, ministeiof 343 44 Jarapia(Johnny with Shaw Jehafty) ':tL '
the award presented to the Ad- surprise to find the Rattlers getting i the church, is visiting in St 44 443: Capsule New Weather
.:a I:" Jontpla with Johnny :!/ .
derly Brothers by the Modern I I the much needed, much de- i Petersburg and could not tx Shaw) ITS o Ii'n fi\II1li/ilm

J4zz Society. As a fact of the served publicity The $64,000 reached for comment. S4 SOtI* 143 Juapta Capsule with New Johnny 4k Weather U LJLh ooI '

matter I held' it in my own little question in these here parts is, Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ruth returned (Johnny Shaw) Weather ...',.." II! *"'. fit
<4t (43 Capsule News : !I '
bitty hands. Thanks to Mr. and "Was Al Dunmore, Florida Editor to the city last weekenc l 613.5:31 The Rid (Bob Hudson) !i "

Mrs. J. C. Adderly, the proudparents Pittsburgh Courier, considering from Philadelphia after' visiting .:II SATURDAY On 94.4 1;? :

(and they have a rightto joining forces with FAMU. as one Mrs. Ruth's sister and'brother-in- oat 650 -. {14 43; BeaTen't Capon Newt Road.*(UelrlnGrace Weather l : ;
'be) and very close friends of -* '
of Jhe P-R staff? ) .
yours truly. The inscription on law.The ,:It 743 CC psnl. New*.* Weather I 1fA! 4 .: $
743 S4 the Kid (Bob Hudson)
friends of Mrs. A -
this sterling silver platter (the ECONOMY: DRUG STORE many S4C > S43 Capsule New Weather.
Ellerbee are glad to see her bad $13110 ,The Lid (Bob Hudson) PROOF JJ
"Musi headquarters -
award) was as follows: at 315 N. MACOMB the t4e t43 Capsule News Weather
in the city after several weeks in I Il4t Jnmptn with Johnny =
Juliancannon tO r
cians of the Year -, FLORIDA -
<< for your
ball" and Nat Adderly and BandSte"e -! ; Tuskegee Ala., visiting her son I teal 1143 Cap '. New Shaw)* Weather .'_ : ..'11 :
Show 2 1956. STAR and for a cool coverage of and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs W43 114 Gospel train Nvmher One yaJM .-.. .
Allen July .
Awarded annually the Modem the local happenings you'll find Mozell Ellerbe. She was accompanied 114 1143 Caps$t Newt es)* Weather 4 :J rawasn I ;/
1143 1240 Gospel Train.Number One ; f
home by her son-in-lav r -
Jazz Society Inc. Georgia Mae me at 204 Osceola Street and daughter Mr. and Mrs. 124 12:15 Local New (Jeyee .
Scott, Director; Lulu Richardson,! that lucky number still 2-5089. Joyner)
Treasurer. Congratulations are: Rhodes of Hastings.Mr. Legs 123 Man On Street (Shaw ':, .:
i and :Mrs. Alton Peacocl, BnOiaa' .61";
in order 12 JO 1245 Job Mart (Joyce J" .k
I and family returned home Tuesday ., 1245 14 A Woman's World (Joyce ,...{ t .
Alex "Deac" Barnes the official -I Joyner)
I from Montecello where the r Ji ..
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hand shaker at Bert's Motel 163.211 Gospel Trap Number ;
spent the weekend visiting
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extends a great big WELCOMEto ; S ..
tives. 24 243 Capsule New a Weather .:
all you readers of the FLOR- Peacoclare 2.13.310 Jumptn wtth JohnnyJohnny ;# dl
Mr. and Mrs. Shaw)
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IDA STAR to come on out that spending their vacation il1 I 510.313 Capsule New Weather .

way and do 'em up! Monticello. 313.45Jampta(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) -r /'r 'ti iP \
It has been in the 44 443 Capsule News Weather : \
SWITCH- Mrs. Gladys Walker and sister,, 443 54* Jamptn wtth Johnny fi
wind for some time but it's official Mrs. Margaret Roberts and thei r (Johnny Shaw) 'A00J
New Weather
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now. WILLIE SW.ATZIE is children are spending this wool!.:: SIS: > (40 Jampln with Johnny :' !i. .

no more with or at Radio Station in Perry, Ga. They will return 01 1 (Johnny Shaw)Hudson q 1 --
40 6:3/ The Kid (Bob: )
WMEN after one and a half years. Monday.The tat Blra Off I .
He was power behind the throne' many friends of Mrs. Olli< .4* Sip on .

of that station's most listened .to Howard will regret to learn tha t 1Of > 74 Bearea'Grace) Road (MelTta : >\' 1 Tqw

program CHICKEN SHACK., she is ilL '74 73* BeaTeal Road
Gospel Sinters
Swatzie was the salesman for The many friends of Mrs. Hattie .. 7i3$:11.13e- S4 Ladmore Oral Robert / .

that program and "Beams. Over Face will regret to learn-o r S3 04* -- t'ee 140 Beaven Bishop Johnson Road / 'must M41ref., ito::

Heaven". Swatzie has joined < her death which occurred las t H4 13* Heavenly lire Gospel i hr rMruuott -

hands with the FLORIDA STARas <' 4 w week at Greenville Fla. Funera t 11:31. 114 Heavcnt inters ... ''jeare1
'local advertisement represent- 114 124 Heaven's Road bf1 e rr'jt L1igijw ..
services were held Sunday.Mr. 124 14 -...'* Road '
ative. So, 'you b %mez. folks if Richards .. 14 sie. BeaTeni Read 1 ,
and Mrs. Abraham
Ralph Meeker (above) stars in 211- 2:3 He Ten"s Road (S. Darby
you haven't been contacted by the I the technicolor thriller. "DESERT Jr. formerly of Palatka bu i-.se 33 Saitoh Baptist Chmrch .'
take it from me-be's 33: 43* E. A. WlUiams. .
gentleman- SANDS." showing Sunday and for several years of Virginia an Apostolic HOW V
I Beavea'a Road .
4:31- 1:11 .
week the in the city visiting relatives.The
throughout the as l!*. tixa Off ;' ;
HWwried Troubled Strand 1st run co-hit. Main .feature werme accompanied by their sor]l '
PATRONIZEFlorida '., i.l ., :
is the new horror feature. and niece. .... '
;. lit. Doubt THE CREATURE WALKS A-. The many friends of Mr. D. A. StarAdvertisers .!. i

Belton will regret to learn that he t
C..wrt MONG US. ; : ". ... .- '" There's no Gin like GORDON'S 1. t
r was stricken! with a heart attack :
He is reported in serious -
on Friday.
STAR 'I condition. America's :Favorite I
Clearly ,
Physic' ...... end. 6En&1It1l( &HTS'1fwan1M Mrs. Eartha Mae Kirkland was, SERVICE f'

Fart*** Telkr : !by BUdd r Wwknosapettint called to Melbourne Saturday tobe $3 t
(eo ortteaZ : CALLS .UlMil;.._..J.tI18ft11.1HJ..Cf..U..UlHl.I.(".
All .....s Mreta* = .e 'ae t at the bedside of her sister _::-:. :: } t tl'
lad'6Mrdae.d anl >ead Hr1ae Baby Ruth ,who is critically ill STEVENS TV (... :

.. Lucky Nu..tluws .=. She was accompanied by her FOR Call ONE-HOUR EL 60894Ciw SERVICE GG)633-2 cols Kill liaes (222. Uses) Negro Newspapers j

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I Baseball Game Comes Off Friday August 18

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r 1Ii.w. Classic" Praviies FIR -1 GREATEST. FIGHTS of the CENTURY. Enmeit Ashford's College Teams Nixing Sugar Bowl r

Art Aids YMCA Biilding Program Ability As Umpire Bids On Account Of Louisiana LawNE

.. Draws Commenis

:Friday night August 18 at 8 o'clock the Spike Washington WORLEANS-Two other schools have cancelled by "mutual"
NEW YORK-The report that; agreement their basketball games scheduled to be at New
Crocodiles: will cross bats,with the Porcher'Taylor Boa Constrictors- played
ate the Myrtle Avenue Baseball Park in the annual Liniment Classic the National League plans to shift Orleans next January 29 according to an announcement made by

- composed oldtimers ,who played the 'game in the good old days Emmett Ashford, a Negro umpire: head basketball coach Jim McCafferty of Loyola University and the

; lcng oasL from the Pacific Coast League authorities of Marquette- 'Uni\" rsity.. .

: where he has been for the past The reason for the cancellationof
Each year the old timers get feP 'l
I three seasons to the majors is the games by the two schools"as
gether and play a game for the Tunney Sees Moore As
Waler Show Set causing various comments.: it was explained was because
benefit of the building fund : .
,, drawback
Ashford's chief is his of I the new Louisiana law banning Marciano's
which is now in progress at full
calling of balls and strikes "witha interracial athletics.
force. Ne winterest has been '
Ai Pool AI 18 j. 1 flourish," scribe told.
as one was The cancellation followed
aroused in the building fund_ because !. .'// by TOKYO-The retired, unde-
the YMCA has received a A Negro baseball player was ask- one,day the withdrawal of Notre feated heavyweight champion
ed about Ashford, and his answer Dame, St. Louis and Dayton from
boost in the"fonn of a plot of i A, big lifesaving and water Gene Tunney, said in a statement
was, it is said: "Don't quote me, the 1956
: Sugar Basketball
:ground donated for a building.Last !safety show will be conducted at Ashford's that Archie Moore is the logical
a good umpire but he'sa tournament is
Marquette expected -
year i successor to Rocky Marciano.
the Crocodiles defeated the Jefferson Street swimmingpool bit
Qf showboat"
a to have a Negro player on its
the Boa Constrictors and i ,.August 16, at 8 p. m. Under There are some umpires in the squad this season. Tunney said further in a Tokyo

the .Crocodiles_are going out this !,sponsorship of the American Red ewes aavEy' major leaguees who bellow out Last news conference, that Moore is

year to avenge the loss. The two ,Cross and the Jacksonville Recreation SCORE/ A O&C/S/ON j loud enough to be heard in the year, Marquette guard old but there is no question of his

managers will play the l8mesicU..1' 'Department OVER CHICO VEtb42IN : distance and the movement ofthe Larry Avant became the first talent and skilL "On the night he
Robert's ONE OF' "THE"tIIU&Ar4.T Negro to compete in the SugarBowltourneywMn was licked by Marciano he
by the rules ( > Making arrangements for the d "JBHrsTNS t arms leave nothing to guess about could

Rules of Order). This is the one program is Julius Guinyard !, of CQN77JeYNNGC.k4 + when the decision is rendered the Warriors have beaten any other,man in the

game where the players chase the American Red Cross Water'Safety OC1J In most cases words of,commendation and played against Notre Dame, Utah world."

umpire instead of the umpire ; Instructor. / .>fc f7I95Z are expressed for that particular Alabama. Tunney, at 59 is looking "as fit

> instead of the umpire chasing the Chief life guard at the Jefferson < umpire. Avanlt has been declared scholastically as a fiddle" is in Tokyo to pay his

players. pool is Mrs. Jewel Holloway, I Many of the sports scribes are ineligible but the Marquette son, Jonathon, 20, a visit. Jona-

i, Both managers guarantee the who 'received her Water Safety high in their praise for the work squad will'have another thon is a private first class: In the
Negro, who was a member of the '
fans that the game will be filled ,Instructors certificate last year at Ashford is doing out on the Pacific Marine Corps.

with chills; thrills'and spills. One .Tennessee A &I State University, SPORTING IT UP Coast and with all of the Freshman team last year play-

of the major items of thegame is Nashville/Tennessee. Mrs. Hollo- pro> and con opinions no one has ing with the varsity this year.

the limiment that accompaniesthe :.way is kssisted by senior life _f attempted to discredit theabilityof The University of Pittsburgh Bill White Seen As

players. Those who have at- guards Avon Kirkland, a.,student the"man. has removed itself from any Good First BasemanNEW

tended the fame are in accord i at Clark College, Atlanta and BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON It is believed that if' he is Sugaar Bowl bids in the future _

that there is note a dull'moment I Arnold Striven a student "at brought to the majors he will doa because of the new Louisiana law
Baseball known in nook playing great ball defensively YORK-Bill
every as White rookie
barring Interracial .
4 during the eitire game. !Allen University,Columbia,South good job. Many of the sports
and corner of the United States well as offensively. forst baseman of the New York
In attending the game a two Carolina. All are graduates of scribes and players are pullingfor university spokesman said
as She great American game- Giants is
Humberto Robinson and Char- developinginto
fold purpose will be'served. The Stanton High School. Emmett Ashford to become'a the school would not play under
played lost about evedrwhere a White one of the best first basemenin
ley a battery
first is to enjoy an evening of fun Volunteer Walter member of Warren Giles' umpiring conditions where some players
guards are: group.of boys are found and even for the Wichita club which the major leagues according to
and the second is to assist in a force. might be barred or its students
Cowart, Frank Timmons, Riley girls[ take part in. this grand oldspod. was transferred from Toledo last Giant Manager Bill Rigney.
and alumni in
iworU y caus The city,of Jack- Thomas, Paul Cummings Elijah segregated racially
'sonvflle season. The two were, recently the stands. Rigney said that three years
is in dire need of a '
Peterson Theodore Peterson Julian
: In just about every league in joined by Jim Pendleton, an out- 'YOUR HOROSCOPE ago, when the Giant's first base-'
.YMCA and! this game'is just an- Walton, Jr. Ransom Michael, The law that caused Pitt to take
I organized baseball, Negroes are fielder-infielder who was sent man was first signed, he was so
other medium of getting what is Michael Wilson, Julian ,White, such a stand, bars all interracial
prominent down the Milwaukee that if he did
playing a very part. by parent green happen to
needed. John Clark, Nathan Walker, Rob- : (Continued from Page 2)) contests and makes it unlawfulfor
Of course there are a few isolated Braves just a few weeks ago. catch the ball he would fall on
Dr. E. W. Thompson, chairmanof ert Warren Rivers Robert keep rein white and Negro spectators to
Bobby: a tight on your emotional -
cases where Old Glory fail to fly, his face trying to touch first base.
Robinson has won 5 and lost 3.
board Jesse W., Word Clarence : indicates sit side-by-side. The law goes into -
the executive Brown, Joe Pauline, reactions. Reason s
such as the Southern Association, He had 14-3 record in the Association But now, since he shoved
a was
the : effect Oct 15, 1956.
all of
secretary Wingate, Norma Bennett, Mary it could be quite costly to act,
but instance such this few
f departmental chairmen are work Jean Bennett and Helen HilL. > as. are last year., ;White' is cur- otherwise and again demonstrates Bobby Grier:., Pitt fullback was into the regular lineup as a
and far between. rently hitting around the .290 the first to in the rookie, he makes plays thathaven't
Negro play
ing very hard to make this year's Guards have made.a total of 46 the value jf friendly negotiation
The American Association has mark. Pendleton has not had been made the
;championship between the Crocodiles in 1956. Leading guardsat and compromise. The period Sugar Bowl, last New Year's Day. arpund
rescues of the of time to reach his stride since for And it looks
Constrictors one largest contingent Another Pitt pokesman said, league years.
and the Boa Arnold Sherman shows that good self-control on
: first the pool are: Negro Players since Roy Campanella joining the,Wichita club. He has the university of Pittsburgh could like he will be a hitter too. He
the best since the game .12 Avon Kirkland, 11 Mrs. Hol- your part should bring an;end to
; ; broke down the color barrier little action. has he is resourceful at
for only seen a very not stoop to such an un-American power
started. They are asking a a matter in contention.
large attendance and ,advising away, back in 1948. Every club m the Willie Kirkland. the Minneapolis 5 30-44-18-69-45* practice such as the Louisianalaw the plate and he can run.

that tickets: T>e purchased early to All participants: will be junior league, with the exception of first outfielder is one of the lea provides, and for thatreason, Manager Rigney Is completelysold

"avoid the rush.WATCH and senior life guards who will place Denver and last place gue's home run hitters with 23. the school would not be interestedin on his big first baseman as
i demonstrate various, life saving Charleston have-Negroes on their He has been batting around the any future bids. a defensive and offensive player.
Born Feb. 19 thru March
skills skills competitive
swimming -
r rosters.
.300 mark practically the entire -- -- -- -
August 18th to 24th
and demonstration <
i swimming a Until he was called up to the season with 70 runs batted in and outlookfor
will also be given the As your faith rises your
m St. Louis Cardinals recently, better than 150 total bases. It DON'T MISS THE
the future brightens. maye
latest method of artificial respiration -
IIU ,YeIn' lift Charley Peete of the Omaha His teammates are Ozzie Virgil, > advisable now ,circumstances. ,
........ -Back pressureArm Cardinals the league's lead-
was a third baseman who is batting and the weather permitting ,to
is invited to
ItItfI method. The public ing hitter. Before his departure, close to .280 and seven hamers, change places and faces for a: Jam 5ession

-..-.. attend. the 26 year old outfielder was frank Barnes, a pitcher secured I needed physical and spiritual lift .

110UI6It0 -: hitting Triple A pitching at .351 from Toronto-with a' record'of 7 Your attitude eould make your
clip, with 120 hits, 14 home runs,
and 2.The. the
4 -.o.Mra "' responsibilities. as_ as !
For EYE GLASSES 23 doubles, '5 triples and 52 runs American Association has troubles of others heavy to bear.Dont .

Cell a, See batted in. supplied the major,with some allow this to become a Honey Dripper

JACK ANDERSON The .1956 season was the second great ball players and.some have source of friction between you

fI I 308 W. Ferarth ffcJEL 3-1750 season Peels had been with the been sent to the Association en a and essential.associates. This period

: THIS CLOWN CATUING WORKING TO RETIRED PEOPLE 'OR Omaha club in the American Association 24-hour recall.: With the fine gives you an opening to reestablish .
t ; America Beach Femaxdiia
after playing two yean brand of baseball produced by yourself and conserve ,

}! 21-82-67 with portsmoutth in the Pied Negro players and the wonderful. vital and material resources. The .

i 35U2479 f/ii& RefoftfPAIN mont League. Last season he gat a attraction that they have 21st) stresses the advisability oi r 16th
Thursday Night Augist
batted .317. proved themselves to be. it is wiping the slate clean. "

Shortly after suturing Charley hud to conceive: any team In or' -33-55-16-57-742 8:00: P.M. to 1:00 A.M.

; 5 8' Harmon, a utility player from the gaaizedbaseball closing the door: I

,0 1 Cincinnati Redlegs the Cardinalssent against them or not being able to I LEARN TO DRIVE: I Featuring the Sensational '

; him back to Omaha ,to replace find any good enough to make
3 '" S... RAINS W MCADACHC. MEUOAL. Peete. Tom Alston, the big their teams. The Quickest'' The Eettett. ALL STAR RHYTHM BOYS.
..RTa... rFOWOKM CTANIACK first: baseman the St Louis Cards Teams in the American and Na-
; 302-19-51.
Nt ._.<* x.tr.<...t formula .. (TAN. $100,000 for is back again Association, In- .
paid tional American AJAXDRIVING
r 41 SACK ......... ...... ....... DINE AND DANCE WITH
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63- ... ...... ... Slit -t w Saks .... with Omaha after being recalledby ternational Texas, South Atlantic, -
...... .. SCHOOL :
hs .La Nfs w a '
t..........,. the Cards and manyother leagues of lower. MARIE & BILL -
, s..taI .'. RI ........rN.voLaMsb ... ....... This Alston is having his classification have found Negro CALL EL 4-0639 ,
SeMetims ..'. 4ew1I, .Ndy ............. r. year i measure to!
He mil* Mbtractt best year since St Louis paid players able to up George Perpeno .

s He werfu it .H,...*... TWE" .r $100,000 to* the San Diego club of all requirements. Some teams 1134 W. 5th StreetBINE ADMISSION FREE
the Pacific Coast League in 1954. haven't found any good enough

FOR AUGUST 11th'i V.- ..ad,. her ...: Up to a few days ago heW t hit- and,some insist on hanging on to .. -- _- .

: ting at a .303 clip with 13 home those old ante-ebellum antiquated oo.

85-33-92 runs, 16 doubles, 3 triples and 41 and outmoded ideas about Negroes -
i } the You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
runs batted in. and whites playing on

One of round-trippers was same team. '

the longest ever hit out of Omaha With.men.. like Aaron, Bruton, LOW PRICES ..

NEWT Stadium, a* drive that left the Thompson,, Mays Banks. Baker /1 III .

a AMD mark and Irvin, Doby, Minoso, White,
was estimated to have traveled Gomez, Campanella, ''Robinson, On Your

THRU SAT. II'DESERT' SANDS"--- I ,450 to,500 feet At one point during Gilliam, Robinson, Smith, Simpson -

AUGUST 12.11ROOSEVELT i the season Alston collected Power, Howard, Robinson, 'DRUG STORE MEEBS:-

Thurman, Lawrence, Newcombe ,
seven straight hits. He is a very
member of the Omaha and a host of others Negroes are .

smiEWs. team popular, both among teammates and in "The great old American Trade, With Your Neighborhood Drug StaeJ t

game" to stay. :

Sue. .-. 'r.... Aiu 12-14 ... T.... Aqat 12.14 fans.The leading producer of triplesin The thing that makes the baseball r Iz We Will Meet Any Prices .Aerertis.d': S

Itt In "iatt"GUNSUNGEI.." "DAY'TH.WORLD INDED" the American Association is picture look 'so bright is. '
where (In Your Local! Papers
"PHANTOM ROM there are others
Pls. Larry Raines, second baseman
"HONKY TONK" ,10.000 LEAGUES ..with 11. Larry. who cam from. All we can say to the GiI1ette. i

Clark Gable LOM Tamer with the club owners .in parks where the_
'W.LR.- Thwt.,-A-iwt 15 .16 rates very, highly WOOD'S 1IXIE PHARMACY
Wei.. Aafiut 45 .16 Werner's Ge t r Hit Cleveland Indians who owns him real true meaning of Old Glorj BLADES

1.v Fe.& -new YORK cewpwwmAirTHUNMR is sticking very closely to the 320 I fail to, ware. Just watch-"The IN HANDY DISPENSER 1302. KINGS lOAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE ,
mark In baiting at one time he I PrteNtS EL 3-39749. :
'IIJ" e
.. "MISSING .AS31R46i-A"( AtttUST lltfcALL" led the league with a cool -370 w. ii.I;:'., W. 4FU) AH Decten' ,,.sui,,...
FK. '. Set. Aaaatt 1711 -.DUSK TO-DAWN average.Other .300 hitters are Granville PAY, YOlHl LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE -

"JUNGLE"COUNT MOON 3 i>fRAYT MEN" 8 F4ATURESI.ci.diy 4 AII-HQ./ Hln Gladstone, outfielder and Lacy 'IN EVERYOHQKEDHOME I" '-.. BILLS AT OUR 'STORE ,

TAUNT CONTEST HU- NITE SOc PERSON Curray infielder are.members ol f t '

the St Paul club. Both men are


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Eight TH! FLORIDA.STAR Saturday._. Auauir 11. 191&
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Off The Blocks WII.re T. Stop
Chips Bargain Page
When Your Shep Of The Age

*'- """ We don't han to ting'that old.song "There'll be a hot time
| 1D.o1d:: Town Tonight All of you boys and ctrl'In'Jax will
: agree that we hsre had sereral hot times in the old tows 'In fact;
now we are wondering when will the heat let up.
*, We '>1 l\e nothing but pity for the high school all-stars and OPENUNTIL
the professionals who have donned togs and are'engaging in games
In'our section of the country. We pity these fellows.
,;Zfej-'On,the subject of football, we wonder if the Chicago Bears
""and'.the Chicago Cards have any pictures of their colored aces. In
the local dalies we have seen pictures of everyone but the water::
boys Thej rookies from "Kokomo" who have way outside chances .
ofimalung the squads have appeared in the papers. On the other
hand All-pro stars Ollie Matson and Dick Lane have not had an FRIDAY I
inch,.of'copy written on them. In fact both papers have carefully
avoided,mentioning the sepia stars. If my memory serves me NIGHTS
correctly, it was the play of the tan aces which made the game I
last year interesting. We saw a film on "Cardinal Highlights" and
the work of Mann and Matson surpassed all others.
How can our democratic white press overlook these, boys!
Seems funny .that seven Negro GI's in Germany accused of rape OPEN AN ACCOUNT ,NO CARRYING CHARGES II
can get aTwo column head and over ten inches of copy while tan I
football stars playing in Jacksonville don't rate two inches. Maybethe
local white press is afraid that their'readers will find out that
all Negroes,don't rape, steal 'or cut. Maybe some little white boy
will become an "Ollie Matson or Night-Train Lane" fan if he readsof

their exploits. Modern Sectional
We hope above facts and the seating policy will convincethe Group
colored citizens that we are not wanted in the Gator Bowl .
when the Pro game takes place. The Negro press feels especially '
sensitive. The promoters are utilizing every form of media in the 2-Pc. SECTIONAL SOFA
advertising except the Negro press. The attitude seems to be just
x '
stage a game and tell one or two good darkies to tell their friend? BLONDE CORNER TABLE $

and we will get the cullud fans. I love football and will go miles MODERN TABLE LAMP .
for a game. It will hurt me to,do so but before Fll take part in the tx. a LYty
segregated,affair of August 18. Ill stay home and knit and I hope + l"y} : METAL SMOKER

many,fans stay home wittrme. 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS
I went into, Louis Risk grocery the other day and was
pleasantly surprised. Jn the day of the modem super-market one ro vs OPEN AN ACCOUNT .' .
does not expect much courtesy when h. shops. It is usually a hustle ry.f
and bustle with push carts racing for front-spot in the checkingline.

The first thing I noticed was the appearance of the clerks.

All of the young men were immaculate in white shirts and black The Big Furniture Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams
bow ties. The young ladies wore coats. All of the help were neat
and clean cut. I stood,for a minute looking for the items I wanted.
Immediately one of the clerks moved up behind me and asked,
"Sirvwhat are you looking 'for?" I saw this act repeated several I
tunes: ,' i;mentioned the fact to James Genwright, the manager,,and '
8 PC. Bedroom
he'informed me that this was standard procedure to assist custo- Lovely Group
mers. In addition Rizk still features the old-fashioned delivery
service. However to me the most significant thing- was the fact .
that the store is completely operated by young folk. This proves i
that we can do if given the chance. T' i
The girls in the Tropicanna are wearing new green aprons. LARGE CLEAR MIRROR .
All of hte girls look very nice in the new aprons with the big $
hankies and frilly, frilly, uniforms. If the conduct of the gentle- FULL SIZE BOOKCASE BED '"
men guests especially in regard to keeping hats on would improve, ;
.. this lounge would be unbeatable. We hope the fellows realize that .. INNERSPRING MATTRESS'S' "
only gentlemen rethink to remove hats around ladies. Few gentlemen r
frequent colored bars. O MATCHING BOX S'SPRINGS

Congeals to our old friend Deputy Sheriff W. C. Bumey of 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS
West Palm Beach County. Burney wu'-eleded president -of the +
Negro Deputy Sheifrfs Association at their recent meeting in Jack- COLORFUL DRESSER' LAMP
sonville. We can think of no more deserving person. Burney was
one of the first Negro deputies hired in the state. In addition he -
was a pioneer In the organization of the Association.
Folk are still talking about the Sheriffs Ball and Little Willie Open An Account At The South's Outstanding Furniture Store
John. One thing for sure. AU of the brave souls who dared the .
heat to,sweat out the dance surely had "'F ver." ,
The Ed Kohlemans have as their guests their son Luther 7' ..ra
Simpkins and his family.: Ed is tickled pink to have his grand-

cnildren with him. 'He is still looking forward to a visit from_Irma 21 PC. Chrome Dinette
.Luther's sister and his other grand.. Group
Flora Williams* Yerby an ez-Jaxon and wife of novelist
Frank Yerby passed through Jacksonville last week. Accordingto
another publication Flora was enroute to Mobile where she COLORFUL CHROME TABLE
filed suit for divorce claiming desertation. Yerby is still in France
doing research.: 11 4 MATCHING CHAIRS $ :
We mentioned last week that Hatold Gibson had as his guest
"his intended." Postscript that is the big diamond he presented r

the lady'and the grapevine reports that the wedding will be an 4 MATCHING SAUCERS .
event of the very near future Wish all happy couples luck
Invites are out for the wedding' of Tillie Alexander and Dick _T :, 4 DECORATOR PLATES J- ., '
Foster. Both young people are members of pioneer families. Wish '-:' > '
tjjem,.happiness and success. e 4 COLORFUL BOWLS L-
MUST ITEMS*- W. could not close this column without reminding .
all you good race men and women that Henry Robertsone -
of us :T- has opened the Myrtle Avenue Hosiery Shoppe at .r '
2212 Myrtle Avenue across from SL Paul Baptist Church his
sluff is just as good as anybody .1Se:. so now you ladies out Myrtle
and around 8th Street and beyond don't have to go all the way
.downtown when you need gam-covers.: BROAD
Another must is Andr..'. Grocery and Market which usedto
be ned 10 the Fashion Men's Shop at Broad and Ashley l lrElUUJSll I11'5iD
Andrew and his charming wife are now operating out of a much
larger place at the corner of Broad'and Church and carry a full I
line of the finest groceries. fruit and cake,supplies and finally
you ctn't afford to miss the big affair Bill Graham is tossing at the ADAMS The South's Furniture Store.ADAMS
.Honey Dripper on the American Beach Road next Thursday Night
there will be plenty of music and generous. big-hearted. Bill
-' ... believe it of lb.
t says ADMISSION IS FREE .1 can hardly man ..
I who lakes better of pennies than Jack Benny.
That brings us to lb. end of our tape for the week but uep ,WlltM I I
'bear in mind your answer to the Klan' is. to register and remind Announcing .
others to do likewise and VOTE. ii.
the location: .
Women sew easy ready cut house new of !
ABOUT TOWN: Marcella Lang has returned.1 the city from i
fOrangeburg" and summer school at South Carolina"Stale College. house coats home. Earn from ANDREWS GROCERY! & MARKET HOUR
white B.l Air Mildred has $17.40 to 26.16 dozen. Write- .
She sporting a red and Hampton AT BROAD & CHURCH STS.
sent the "Green Hornet" the bone"lard and Is now the ownerof Accurate Style Freeport New
a new Cherry.*'
(Formerly Broad & Ashley)
,I ; : Maid. 5 days care for children.Mrs. (NEXT TOTASHION MEN'S SHOP) CLEANERS
Darwin. 8 to 6 pjn. EX
2r 'Big Savings 84910. -

f >! V l kaiwBACHELOR :
Eiighc school girl to work Vt ,
New and 'UnredeemedMEN'S 6 days a week. Call Mrs.E. L. r-i FOLDING CLOSET

Taylor, 2342 Park. Street EV BUNDLES
: i SUITS 72221. DOORS

woman to live in and-care for g/ *'Shaded Apartment Privacy

house.and school age children. Elegant Appearance 5 HOUR SERVICEBeautifully
16.95 Call between the hours of 2-8 I
p, nx*,EL 5-3733.. t Economical
: 15% Off Price .Below Laundered and finished

Good Buys On 2/0x6/8-$11.85' 3/0 x 6/8-$16.25
Diamonds Watches; -. Luggage
2/8 x6/8-$13.95 4/0 x 678-$20.65
Radios Combinations, HIGH SCOOL

To Drive Car 1402 E., 8th Street Phone EL 54031HJU
t 'Weaver'sPawnShop 911 West Ashley Street
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