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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 25, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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A A"discreet lovq'aSaw.between an elderly white man,and.a j peach: I I J itt.:Ciyjc l Counci. 1.; wan ainong.th. four'drivgrs::. .arjW't 4?Qq" hJ.Y'l e.....,_
:<. colored,'young:woman;came to*an abrupt: ,end when,the interracial I""'+\" .I.'ffi' e ,tar .Jf",, "',"police crac1 lowu .qn- ca f pools .driyets..,.frogs-.

1y love=rriatcf i;u broken a fight 'between the, pair'.and: resulted, .. jotrtild i. porting 'bus boycotters: .,.'". :' .;
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a..lat4J..562y :;' ezo tja. car ,xulhadefectivvbrakesland
a noticed'' Y.iih f' Negroes yns or without.taiLlight( ; iDrawiihJYj {.

f"ightbetweeq 4"white'man+and a !whites, fleA, ..to, ,colored, nelghr Others arrested included Edward .
9 g ; cgloredwpmaam i'lo,whiclj- '<.t'-was I bore for c ver. __,.' Daryl< .!iron; ;33., 2110 S.

reportecl i z Qia.f. gillie" Gloria Gay, l When police,card arrived on.-the Broad, Sty: 'who'' was' '.topped' 'at :ISj Idelllified. .. .r.As". ,
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I 25,pf 910,Clay":StreefVas beaten! ; scene they foiled*Gammons "'perryrSfreeisr; pffij? '
I and, kicked: 'by,' a white man,' scratched and-groaning that his Bufes.; %;'"bW: Dent St;"bested r '

I :'i ; :di ir :>fZx;f.... .\ ;;,t 5 Rivers W,"'Gammons, 62, of ,611,. .heart wasr troubling'him. 1qinstructed -' Hiissell ahicl PioTai J Streets'';Jor Jacksonville- '_ .. .... f Mm. ,
.. *' "* ,_.r. -' ..- West ,20th 'Street: I heiti't toci1j hjj'$physician violation of th'e.r 5if6Wre'S&tute'nroe : 1.I.: : I. :
SEEING JF THEY jbASf BEEr cUtfiojj 1r_j> e of:ji-tf.fre y --itU clinic whidi tlh Florida F
Slii !!fsjtponsoring coopifation i ; lpr,:- (nU 'A"only.optoat.trht! a.: "941 ,Dayi' Str;'t' U Gammons; "reported to ,'be a 'retired i but the cafi,;buthe"informa and a;'.r a tk.;AZepue i :: PPJci!! ; reported..th J 04Y/of a
"rtoupW'young Jixoni:, .' <--<"
-'Sttrting"Mond.YAu'i : j' 7 nd continuing: 'through ih. weilt.- lrom'S\...,nv:,torS, p...m.; daily, :a. heart attack shortly. after. '{'verified the fact,that the.nart ha4 making;.an. improper turn;,;and 4aX! Jiigh4 fit''J: q mtodQfe$ ;l'4tntwas
1)t.'Toner and datf-wilt"ixatniaiib..t.s! ; of.school childrin. )BsbLtJTiay'FREE OF CHARGE at.hit f }Police reported .that' ) been undere treatment for' a heartcondition. PartoBr.;) ilis ,29, 206.w 1!',Palmer ',recpyerejl: from Jibe:Jiyec'.on:
,- offloi, $41 Dam Strut. .r.* : :tion 'disclosed''the 'peach vesiiga-I'[ |Aye,',arrested:: for ,yiolation.of: 'the. ,:I y. :"' :, ...- .J' !.. 3JH;,.:,
.-- igs.Jo.:1; had Hardage Funeral" Home OEhire": statute atvMcComb andjiLafayetie .. 1aPc ins pqtk ideii4
ObmViny DT. TUMI u, :young,woman been a 1 oube- A ?ambulance -t : : --1 : tJ.
trio .qutpmetIUa-2h* a tAobAi Lei'truiS i .r lags ,and paul Smith. OP.1'.keeper .for Gammons for 'about was summoned, ..to :take: ; Streets. :,' ':the victim psAlbertWtuiapa: \ \ -; l.
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ii t/1 uil (s..doq-OQ iu9 1. a year and' that ,she' moved into the white lover to the! : hospital.I I :lieu", Dupont's bond\ ,was set at of J3617; .Myrtle. ;iAvenup. ,:!i; \ "
:: _t u I/. 11 tIt J\ ---C, ... .. ,-.', -...--4 I the; home at' JOth.'and.: Saturn St,': but, he, was .dead, on arrival and,. $200. The others had bonds at II |' Williamswerkedaboard;theSS
.. fl> where 'the colored<1' 'and white'' his body was'taken, to the Duval. .l $150. Rev.: C. R. Steele put up .the. Bruce Trader which 'was in port
LawyerSeekiifTo : ne ghborime t, about a' month County Jdorg E-' .',I appearance"bonds for"all four '- earlier this WeeldPoiiea :':'i'::

.. I Gloria Gay'was,held for investigation :,:. t.President ''df ;ther-'irite< :Civic<)- said the/' seaBh'In'ha'd'
ago.Investigating police reportedthat pending the. Medical' cOW.<:u1t v. Steele; d\Jedtlie'k' 'beefi'/sitting1\ the -"i,-"fe&lkiieatf)
CoUecl '$t5,. the woman(rtated she was Examiner's '$ report and, onlookers f rests?i-v ry :"ariHifW-a-ycP i i declared that'foadihgdocks' .'of'''Stfacrcfn!

.. ; I '- Gammoll' gi "'friend.anctthat I reported seeing at least three;)tilt"action \vesbeiiyg't 1: n i in..1lI n I.ShiplSing CO.:, foot;of'3 gs4'tA {a1nSi
From: Physiciaii; r'they got.into aii.aVgixmehiwhich y I suitcases of clothing, and other'I effort to force boycotters back on I Street'-Twostevedores 'slv('J'31iM'

!II :: J ,,- .. developed into a,,fight: effects belonging .to the. >.young: Y Ad" '.' .J "i-=, ,. i fall;.ar Jried Jo 'Ihrow pins of
I tl ht As a.result of'the beating which I'woman being removed from the I S;Instead,. pff xrcipg.us back on.tbfrib .I tyood(Jqtm11. ..,: .,;m ':":..
t)} ',Tallahassee Attorney Leo the agediwhite lover inflicted, on j love nesMo be.takea the home I \JS i..ihfi4! {have/thg oppo- .. .)i JWd'-itlu: >J!9--:
.lse'i.drtk.of; chargriY :X tat lbfNaagaasr.SirEli Foster'disclosed plans"for further the young WOman,,who had been I iof the deceased", )mkqs cgloredgirl 'site effe cil and; make;,u[ c;og! /fle-.:l ngera.gevti }:o'J@' iLwl9adipg:
: foal na s# pr +court. action 'to" collect, froiii 'Dr.; living.. ,in .the ,neighborhood, 'unI -'Ifrierid. "' = ;- --oa termined than ever to continue;I a41e'' Qe.caJ tsoalh etNg ;Itte

Von, :Ti; Mizell,, Ft. Lauderdale,I :. : .: .. J.- our efforts(for,equal treatment: o n,[preservers to the. ,drowning:! man
k olte.a a5"Sii7klrif4i.eL'1i.at. IC iaid, : physician the $15,000.ibel :dam th}.ife bases-1 hfe' safd;; '; ':-?,but he't0u1thf r m- ti1 i-ht.
t "... : 1J t <- .yy. jt ages which. a Leon County Cuciiitcourt Bill,:For .Fods' To ,Probe"NAACP ,; !Steele said more1'than';half 6Yj Eddie' Maxwell; &18' Fft dld1ti
-' UiII.'twC-staff.w: ..: ; Juiy-j awarded :|o Jefferson :.: the Negro boycotters now were!and Eddie McFadden, 1149 j esisle\ ;
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.<. -- J ot: : County]Rep.,Prentice. P.,Pniitt'ofMonttcello walking;'insteadsof riding in:i brl divedj iront thie'shiprandire-iched!'
j''tLj: i:Sthzl6tc *; **. **: -- '' ,Goverior's: pools fJn4- 4he.Aarreste3 ouW 'the Victim icthe ra--.anconKrioui'
2L : I;p. ; -T'* ....-, --. -, ; Mhere, May 31. Passes Williiil. ,Sigaaltre ; '
'--'i. d"w- ,,' ... "1> ,.(;" ,.-. JA court:judgment ordering pay-' .I'stimulate:further walkirigr i by :that:time:and thywere: 'un*
'. -.- """ Iati., :rei ="L'. .t I nrieril: ', ;of 'the j jury a"w a,r d.' was, The City Commission issuedjnstructionsforhearrestso l{able to support him. .I.r.V.i <;..' .
"...t y.(IVB ,.'':'"'' '.. '' -, I ssfled on June '18 and Dr. Mizell Tallahassee'.-The" bill setting up a legislative committee t '
!\ &naft.- '. B I8I' M1. liad'60 days In whieti'to,appeal.it vestigatekhe NAACP became law this week without. the signature basis-jot; ;,)a ruling;..by ;State r-&:; !Qyr I', ,the'c-< :/, pulled.)fur

..'JII IIQ"-cow.: ', .. ._ ", lio'the..Stale Supreme< CoUrt. of Ctove'rrior'LeRoy Coflfns: Gen. Richa ,. $rvin, that' aumojxtess 'wen, ,and, ., .Mc1add. den-p.ut;:: : L_, 'otrjhje''
AS.. .::8D"l." ;':/'\ : '. ; t Foster: said since the time limit ,,In a itjtement'gnnouncing his u operated car pool purposes Ifl er, ...." .:' i9 Iii?,
;, I -'_.'_:: _1JL -ratan. If expired, 'y; th, uf.t .an appeal'being action, :Collins :said the' language; cent special session which' enact' during the boycott came ; ';:.' ... ::1.8 jf I!(:'
Magnolia ., of 'broad enough to ed a legislative progratri'des'igr4edto within the classification of for
;; < : filed, he plan to immediately .the bill was
-."'"at_.__. ,' that., ;:..'. .: 'i start proceedings in" Brbward permit, :an 'investigation also of block integration in the State's hnf"nhf' es: 'The"'=+commission Manslaughter. j Charge! ,.
1 .:' are, : ': I I County Circuit'Court to require the'Kii. Klux: Klan:/nd'that. he parks, public. schools- 'and.- other, -, also carf Emit'tfie''""number, -of:f or .fa sJ "x',,Ma ,J1IjJ'JJL.,! ;..
to'tcSif the" committee facilities. hire' vehicles which can operate"in ? ;
ed there is no way of knowing lution was adopted by I tor. Mizell Tegarding his would refer to
hether child is r propertjr iroldings "arid. business.transactions !many inquiries'.I am receiving- re- The investigaUop created. the city. A for hire"lag-'costs} -Sidney Wright 58, of 1256 W.
.; oronab1e him o tes / r.: !Pn; g the Ku.K1ux:Klan. committee of'threnatora. and about (lS.7 'r In.r J
ike idvahtge of I' 'A certified' copy"of' the Leon I I '"The bin,-passed/by the'.recentspecial 'I ifour''repceserit U"" .''lo. 5 a it2 SiSlfO a!U'oAf4 m&m: r uf 4 im: ;

.chine .beingbnparted,_ tc?:I IIjnEl' bathe City of I Court judgment' also' has been' legislative} session :gave study.ofan."orgliii': G6' fi[whose said police had been; instructe"di los I IM rdeath" 'of a chit!wt JacksppvUla,
It is the re | *;*& *ers filed in Broward'County and this I the committee a $50,000 appro-i iI II principles or activities include' a II i kiYu&l\h:U af' i .ef4f.J311>O M 9'i!
anent to makes d at-Ri8-fh : !win place alien against any prop-i I priatioi'and'subpoena powersforl! courser of-conduct--on the"'part-of d!' W tiietr Rio t1.[Criminal Court action by"JusticeIKe
f ferty Dr., Mireli: 'owni: ': y.N sh'MI'c mspected for mechanical- -safet ,!
re visually as well as physic J1y $750 Mr quarter itaiwstictil4tA 1 e :>r Peace D5 Harley Gtddens
ady for efficient learninen1fl rfsent rate of${..50.Rl 1 'Dr. ''Mizell "!sold following the t'he governor said Uie $50000 nsti'ru'te violence; i f't iioiatloftl5e'la {I and because.iflinyQ.Tipduin ai.jiC'rddenV OOs''Week..".. "" c.. -" ).1( ,'.' .

Th basis Of &6te J Uffii'o-, 'T! t1IcI ftI JljSel1, trial that the :had'no te;.; ,p{;'. eicCessive'gh \ lie' was., rs'of, thg_state'of4ioO11e ( Ihein' msaxincerPfovj DP!:I.,"' VVri h ii' was''arivin4{ "the=:4cr
wtion from t&fics to-M4c" 'I'_s.lma l1e t;sources": Sitiucfi' 'iv'o\I f d enable iif.- DJn!." ;:smalli.portortofthis _. T, o,3tre-wdt 4i- 'hft!? be applicable. '"Be Helm',said, the I Itr cl{ whicfi'fellfed' a;\ peaP.old(
grad., Ma t htint .to.l coTyecti'theJitrF. award;: amount would' ;spent orderly ,purndt iof, hclx.perxnand 1 crackdown is aimed at driven inthe ;[child vacationing 'afultir""ebeadi'
t.: also 4 a h' jftc \Jnd s fo bUn ster1 iri S he has infonnatiort --;! **I am confident 'too, that the business activities by the majority rganizeri fioolMotoyists who*with'-' partht.e &cC -
i -' contradicting1{ the! 'istalemerit members 'of the committee will of thi-Tslatei! dive w2ul$ aatbesipl .
octor citizens neimborsalJlft '
thool child ia TeU rented M-1 ter.- tf1 the lOlI I tftie :accident. ale 4ss&bndestu
,.! : : recognize their' The coiiimii( '\wti dlr d la > aha,N.i4._ ;, .:. .
responsibilities'toall t
use of Tisu rui lii lit i ion. At!uuWnt :1 :- "' 'f E' "f-: "hr.c5PolicQ L -E. ,"!OjLi'Gr: !I fib:
Is your_ chMs visiQ .perfect? e offe ; D'PruUt .ori'gnaliy7 filed' suit 'for. the people of Florida: and not report to the. 'Ir..fi- i-LtU e td I Cbie1Sto iinvestigation ;p narr.j.r: :. i.siij -.- -> : iJBIS. nsib
m of : that law the broad granted the end'that cofrectiveJfegislationmay had shown ..
sure 1tinUher! $-fi\ t$500, 'charging. his ibuse powers f% qflI .'ad; !HAD'.I.-1;. E r.
practice' and'" reputation'wer ,".collins..said.. be found pool.driverspicking pD-. l;",
ffice of Dr. William RTToneyny of its water [ :them | I .. "I i. ., :<; :!:. Y ur ;.li..c' l
day starting August mem iin residents of dainaged'by'a: / letter and a telex I j Tuesday was/the final day for,Isary to correct any abuses MI cif g ;l sengers ai bu "s Fsf lu ..)ix. d : 1 !
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'-o..:;Twt Tlf'FLORIDA, STAft Saturday, August 2S, 1956

...., '"L. =""'THI, ", FiQRIBA STAR:r; T "t'" ,:1 I' POLITICS: AS USUAL _

.- .....,- NEWSy ( F. 1eyL r
""1;_ ;.-;:',h1U1k.d The FferUc. Shtf'c.!" .. a The Democratic Party of Duval County in one sweep 'slapped
the Negro'people in the face and told the rest of the people to go
TJjK 'N' .' _MeHwg Addna: .. '. -yo jump in;ibis Jake. .
\ .."' .: P." O. loll 561, Jackovme'l-, Florid' The action of a portion of the
403*Brood:Street; J-ektoayMo i Flerldc PRAM' Ellis 4-3773: democratic committeemen and

ERIC'.O flMPSON.r! ,.. .MMCtb* Edtei I! women is re-nominating' can-

C. Ferhe >t>.tt ... ., ...... News sStdf didate defeated> in the May pri-
maries over the candidate"
K-J1"- '. Member of Associated Negro Press' the people chose for Justice of the

\\l zF I Peace of the Second District is .
SUBSCRIPTION'RATES the most contemptible and the 1. ;

't., ,, 0e Yeer, $3.001 KeH Y..',; $3.00. ; Three Meet""*, SI JO most ridiculous thing I have ever
::' Mciled T.-You, Ajrywhere.la the Ueited Sretes. witnessed.
=,.SvNcrieiioM Peyetle .. Advemce. Seal Cfceck or Meaey Orders Ye: Ernest Jackson the candidate -
FhR130A STAR f, '0. BOX 561 JACKSONVIIU 1, FLORIDA I who was originally nominatedbutwas ,

ousted by a committeemenvote Y
: THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR:' : -F I last Thursday summed upI -
the situation in a statement ..
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Negro .
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2. More N.gra.Polic.Officers.
reads' thus: 1.,

3.4*. More Squad and Can Bitter for the Schools Negro and Police Speeding Up of the 1 :cot9 r JACKSON'S action of STATEMENT"The the Democratic .J, : '", A .'.,., 'J:
'f f ""r '
Building Program. ... f Executive Committee of Duval '1# '
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.. '- 4V r County on August 16. in support ::.' >>: i 'I' '
ing all of the Democratic nominees ;.

Duval l Democrats Descend except me is a clear illustration SIMPSONis
of a dangerous monster the
citizens of Duval County have taking a better stand on civil

i. permitted to develop in this state. rights than the Democrats.The .

To :The Depth Of Depravity The action of that Committee Democratic Party, dominated -

completely ignored and disqualified by Southern die-hards like

the colored voters of this Eastland, EllenderT h u r men d

He that acts unjustly. Is the worst rebel to him. -..; .Q county and can only be-considered and the like- has never been
self: and though now ambition's trumpet and the ry rt; ; ti as a travesty on justice and the known to work vigorously for full

drum of power may drown the sound. yet conscience: Democratic process. citizenship for Negroes except

,will one day speak. loudly to him Harvard. # "It also illustrated that the during the era of Franklin D.
>:*. *>' Democratic Party in the state will Roosevelt and Harry Truman who
,It is good that we, the Negro people of Duval County= ...- .; -'THE REASON OUR LEADERSHIP IS DISTRUSTED"Weeky i not support a candidate and for was forced to carry out the pattern .

nay'of the'United States -can derive some consolation from .... --:.... J said reason has no just cause to outlined by Roosevelt.
therwordsof Aristotle which 'goes thus::"No one wilt'dare sonal or financial aid. The unexpected
expect the colored citizen to vote I It
was only the
maintain that it is better to do injustice than to bear it"One \ in the form of a friend or for any of the white Democratic netic mag-
personality and the influ-
sudden idea be all needto
of the most disgraceful acts ever perpetrated in : x your_ : ', receive the may position favors you or candidates in*'the November. Gen I ence that Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Duval County was committed by the Democratic Executive : honors you seek. eral Election. I wielded that.any attempt to
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Committee here last week when.it held a special election to Horosc&pe: 'Guide i r _- 6-11-66-1t-75-666. give Negroes full citizenship was
; 'l According to the sentiment I made under the Democrats.
select. a slate of nominees for justice of the peace: constable '
posts and nominated all the candidates who won'in the ,WHICH ARE :YOUR.LUCKY DAYS FOR SCORPIO have heard expressed the Florida Proof that Southern-dominated

May primaries, except one-the lone Negro who had defeated BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL, Born OcL 24 thru NOT. 22 Democrats can just about kiss the Democratic Party stands for
Negro vote good-bye wherever
his opponent by an overwhelming majority.The August 18th to 24th keeping the Negro people as sec-
there is in
a Republican
By .PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES Round out the summer with! ond class citizens is seen in the
selection of anew slate of nominees was called because -... the November elections.It .
of,a court ruling which declared that the.setting,up.of pursuits that relax and entertain. appears to me that the Negro fact that our good Southern
the districts which five justices of the peace and five constables There is nothing you can do aboutit people would be serving their deserted the''Demo-
content.Should you be tied down if the nature of your daily ac- cratic .Party in 1952 and under the
were nominated to take. office was unconstitutional best interests by voting for the
;, Born'March"21 thru April 19 by industrial orfprofessional obligations tivities keeps you tied down. Republican administration which name of Democrats For Eisen
The members of the Democratic Committee who;:are' tlje August! 18th to 24th it :seemS 'wiser:;now .to Romance that is met on the way hower voted for a Republican.

elected representatives of the people were bound to carryout Domestic, and pleasurable pur- coast along and let others, allies may be exciting but not exactly; They deserted their own party because
the mandate of the people who.indicated.by their vote in suits provide the best outlets for and competitors" alike set the of the durable kind. This period from afar: or a grand surprise. it seemed that Democrats '
the May primaries the men and women,they wanted to serve surplus energies.'Should you have pace.Even if youare: remaining can create the environment for a under Roosevelt arid Truman
in the various offices. A portion of those committeemen and taken'an earlier vacation you can quietly in'the'background or relaxing confidential- tie-up that will boost PISCES i were moving too fast toward civil

committeewomen, however, blinded by prejudice and hate shop for supplies and items that away from your home be your fortunes and chances to Born Feb. 19 thru.March 20 rights for Negroes.The .

and directed by a disappointed, diabolical little demagogue, improve your home surroundingsor alert to opportunities. to gain unexpectedly make a name for yourself. August 18th to 24th I Democrats For Eisenhower
.decaying with race prejudice, saw it fit to nominate all of the which have time and labor- through a chance en- .& "70-48-99-15-211. The rewards of past efforts are shouted then: "We need a

previously nominated candidates out one who happened. to saving value. Relaxing and health counter or real estate transac- manifold. The desire to acquire !!change." So they got a change!

be a Negro. .... building projects should also be tions. SAGITTARIUSBorn previous objects should,not cause j I But the Republicans went to
'- This young Negro is Ernest D. Jackson- an attorney at undertaken. This sign opens'pursuits I-D=80176Z=9Q'I: Nov.23, thru Dec. 21 you to overlook quality and price I work and began implementing

law and by far: the,best qualified to hold the office of Justiceof and an unexpected develop- August 18th to 24th as there are signs that,you may abolishment of racial segregationin
the Peace .. ment related to romance; matrimony LEO Whether*at work or at play, a allow your enthusiasm to run public schools. This was too
,. public relations, and the Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 pleasant surprise awaits. You away with you at times. You can much to take. So now that the
We seriously-.doubt.that the decent white citizens-white affairs of children. August 18th to 24ih should have no difficulties passing avoid mistakes of judgment by Democratic Party have come up

Democrats-:condone' such an unjust, undemocratic and das 2-90-88.-19-61-445. You have done your part. Ride the time no matter where you consulting your mate or others in with a weak civil rights plank,

tardly ,act. Indeed it should be highly repugnant to any along with the ensuing develop- are right now. Your pleasureswill whom you generally cq fide. Be omitting a pledge to uphold the
American'who cherishes principles of democracy or holds TAURUS ments. You can well afford to sit be gratifying if costly. If careful not to disturb domesticor U. s. Supreme Court ruling on
any regard for the:morals of ethics and decency. Born April 20 thru'May 20 back and let the results of your you are tied down by your es- family harmony by going your school segregation the Southern

August 18th' to 24th previous efforts speak for them- tablished responsibilities, you can own way regardless of your ob- Democrats are Democrats again.
We say now that if the decent citizens of Duval County Good judgment and a generous selves. You may travel about on also find profit and a chance to ligations. Make no commitments We wish they would make up

permit a group of small, self-righteous men and women to heart bring their own rewards. short trips for business or for boost yourself another rung on before you are sure of your true their minds. My mind is made up.
trample upon the moral codes on which the white civilizationis Should you find yourself with pleasure because you will learn the ladder of success. Your sign feelings. U you don't register this time
founded and figuratively laugh at democracy while kicking available time ortyour hands, you things meet new people, benefit shows an opportunity to bolster 8-20-55-13-78-118. we're sunk.
justness aad fairplay out the window, they will be aiding in can do yourself a lot of good by your pocketbook and have, a family ties reinforce security

.. creating a monster of selfish little men and women who will resting or indulging in the pastimes -' wonderful time in the process. plans, or profit through building

one day turn on this community and deprive others of their that bring you in contact i You have'reached a stage in your and real estate enterprises. Op- : I
rights and privileges and all other things due them under with people who, can become potential personal development. when you portunities will create-an unusual PEOPLE BV THE NEWS
democratic processes. allies. No matter how un- can and should accept new ideas, opening for the formation of a

be for the usual or unexpected certain philosophies inventions and pro valuable friendship which could
What has been done may seem to a victory ; '
events and occurrences may appear cedures. have::a. j. bearing
white suprtmists .'? but if victory must begotten at such a grea on your
for in the words of Stretch on the surface, you should 4-10-22-12-78-881. future way of life.
pricer/thank God we are Negroes, ,
be hesitant to take the t.50UT659343.CAPRICORN .
will and fromit not .
"Whatever is unjust is contrary to the divine ;
follows that no true and abiding happiness can be gainedby chances that will bring your VIRGO
hopes to fruition and'new intellectual Born Aug. 24 thru Sept.23
those who are unjust.tThis h
outlets. August 18th to 24tth Born1 Dec. 22 thru Jan 19 J'
action on the part of a few smug democratic committeemen 5100551869321.GEMINI A flexible 'mind makes you August I8th to 24th C v

and committeewomen will serve to weaken the more adaptable to 'unexpected Loyalty to your friends and

i<' Democratic Party, for by their action they have indicated that !changes. By being tactful patientand dear ones brings its rewards. It ..

the Duval Democratic Party is a "White Party" that wants no Born May 21 thru June 21 tolerant you can save many would not interfere with your

part of Negroes nor the Negro vote. August 18th tar 2Uh .an argument, and energy for the progress if you can arrange to

More than that, such treacherous deeds serve only to Take business glory romance time when you will really need it.The take some time off for pleasureand 1

destroy good race relations and hinder. progress in Duval in.your stride. You may not haveto 30th is by far the,best day to the other interests that are 1i.

County. lift a fiiiger, and it may even obtain friendly .accordsrio.make close to. your heart. But, even if .

It is acts such -as.these which violate. the principles of be better that you don't, to reap secret alliances and profits ando you are held down by a sense of .
benefits' that bring your.hopes to the edgeof duty or other unavoidable obli-
the various are
democracy and justice that gives the Communists fodder to .: '. .
promised fot the windup of the fulfillment;; :: gations, you can arrive at an 'oj
tear down the United States as symbol of democracy
month. Do not press issues with 755301856900.LIBRA understanding with an agreeable }
the world.
.- those who sit on the throne of person which may lead to Han ..
Thank.God, however, that none>bf us coldred citizens of auth rity. This period will show alliance of a personal or, public :

America, though cheated and robbed, enslaved and deprivedof brilliance or originality on your Born,Sept. 24 thru Oct: 23 nature, and this brings the- unexpected -

our rights, will ever lose faith in God or Democracy, but part will impress the higherupsand August 18th to 24th' I opportunity to enlarge

will ever be loyal to this land for which we.have sweated; eventually add to your prestige Float with the, tides-they wily\ on your success and 'to increase .!to

fought and died. and opulence. Your personal bring you safely to port Precau- your basic or joint resources. ., '..ft

But those who seek to strangle us socially, economicallyand magnetism and mental gymnastics tions.to prevent labor troubles 677- 0-15-73-989.

politically it is well to remember that God's mills grind serve you well physical discomforts a break-
14 56 242. down[ of vital services and low AQUARIUS
slowly but they; grind: exceedingly fine. J20-33- -
productivity are in order while Born Jan 20 thru Feb. 18 :
CANCER Mars is retrograde. Your life or August 18th to 24th

Host Pressing Need Of FlsrMa'sWelfare' Born June 22 thru July 22 businesS partner and public associates Let each day bring forth its 1400 WRHC 1400 i

August'18th to 24th can help to see you through treasures. Whether you are pinned -
Collect your rewards and be 'he rough spots in the way of per- down by your daily responsi- '
?rsgrait Is More Child Care bilities or complete master of KEN KNIGHT 1

leisure and actions will
4 your
.. "Florida is fortunate to be without a state institution for GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 benefit most by not planning your Presenting :
children statement made last by the U.. Ah ceepoa. lee.ni: .aero oboet yean*If. Send 10, cents (tone dime pursuits ahead of time. Too much
dependent was a year in cola for etch horoscope ordered. by sail'. Jeclude self addressed, to force the pace could KNIGHT THAN
state child welfare director, who incidentally hails from ,to."" ........: Write ,Ia''.". The offer does Itft every to reside*** pressure .
Jacksonville.She .f HM de.falo. of C...... i _. only boomerang and make unnecessary 8' 9 P.M.12 '
dents in your pocketbook. 1 Nightly
at the recent annual Conference of Social Wel- ,
spoke -. .-. The wonderful Venus-Mars trine 'f
, fare Workers and said further, "there=is a tendency to use r "" : '- I If.
PA1LO., FLORIDA STAR AjrftOLOGfft aspect (30th) brings profits in the SWEET CHARIOT4
for all .chil '
such institutions dumping grounds dependent .'0. fOX 51 y way of earned revenueS, sound
dren rather than for children carefully selected because they I JACKSOHYILLi f. fit -? ;'. } I purchases and productivity on the 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday ,
rather than family ;care"She y o '
need a group, type part pf those who serve you. Your

said 3,095; ,children in Florida were receiving. aSsist- i lAM":. r : I sign should bring splendid news Features

ance at thp beginning of April, lastyear.And '.
speaking at the same session was,a Jacksonville doctor -1' .. ILUSIXTIIEKIIIGHT -
who told the fine .assembly at Miami that the, most 1 _. Oty ., -, ;;i-l. r Store. I READ :
pressing needs of Florida's,social*welfare program are more 'o.t. .. anti : -. .". .,. "., : The '"Florida! Star'/ 10:3012 Monday Thry, .

funds for child care morcrworkers of both'races) -.better. I .JI.\-, f .....:. -_ '1'-. _'w.-.o.e.. .... ... -ri :._..: -. 'J "-!, ", .. Saturday ,
: : ._.- ..".". .. '_'"{o1t ... .' .I '. ShoppinfGuide : r. __ _" __._ __ _"'
of welfare work ;:. .
and a better understanding - ; _
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- -tlJi tlICit"! Ollffi;. "_ I Saving And Social Club Seen In Preparation For Sunday :Tea I

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204 Osceola

Phone 2-509

TALLAHASSEETFLA -Well,[son, Philip Turner- Mrs. J. Oliver ,t. R E4kJ

here I am again on stage after I Mrs.: M. Carborell, Mr. and Mrs.

having split the scene for a seven I Bourday, and Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
day breather. And did I need it! Baldwin. They report a successful \
I'm telling you that I did! You meeting.

know-the summer heat fussed in Rick Hohster, Tallahassee'smost
with the summer grind here in popular DJ who switchedover

the Capital City. rm all petered to TV'a few weeks ago will

out and then,some But it was return to his first love (radio)
worth it! For the experience was Mopday over W TAL evenings
worth its weight gold. And to from 330 to 6.
tell the truth I shall never try it
Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Marie
again as long as I live. I'm talking .
Knight and the Miller-Aires a
shout trying to carry a full *
packed em in like sardines Wei-:
load of classes
cover happeningsfor
nesday darkfall at the gymnasium
a newspaper peddle radio in Quincy. Otis Jackson can real!
spots and deejay a*R & B show
say that it pays oft And: this is
Plus the fact that this
nitely. sum-
the Gospel,truth.
mer the grass grew longer and
left this week for,
i Philip Dorsey
faster than ever in the-history of
Broward Fla, where he
my yard and the Missus issued _. ,
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will be the Broward
the ultimatum that it had to be employed by PLANNING SESSION Members of the Blue Light SaY'Fgand Social Club Bertha Lowe Mrs. Veraita Williams. Mrs. Catherine Allen and Rev. D. J. Jones
cut but regularly. And this I did County School Board to work are shown going,over plan for their tea to be held Sunday afternoon. August 26. in the photo at left. The photo at right shows Mrs. Bertha Lee Maxwell reading a
but regularly. Can't help but tell with exceptional children. For in the home of Mrs. Reba Oliver, 567 West 7th Street. report to a committee composed of Mrs. Bertha Walker. Mrs. Gaskell Bailey. Mrs. I
you that the floors had to get the-past eight years he has beena Tae group shown here meeting in the home of Mrs. L Bailey. 1537 West 10th Fara Frazier and Mrs. Reb Oliver.

their bi-weekly waxing too. (I principal in Gadsden County, Street!if composed of Mrs. Hose Collins and Mrs. Emma Jones seated with Mrs. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
Fla. Tm told by the folks in theJtnow ,
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do male --------- ---
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that he is one of the best
species sympathizing with the ole New Camera Club the boat only #35 can be accom- BEST FIVE MINUTES YOU
in this area in these parts. Con
for know that it Set
boy you can I Fishing Trip modated. Reservations ALL IT
grats can be EVER SPENT. THATS
happen to you. And I do mean are in order.This .Is Organized Here TOOTLE made
through August 24. TAKES TO GET YOUR NAMEIN
YOU.) corner extends its sympathy For Labor Day The bus is scheduled to leave THE BOOK OF REGISTERED
Leon County teachers are in j to Miss Modeste Duncan The Golden Castle Camera
KindergartenSCHOOL from road and Ashley Streets, VOTERS-and you can't: vote in
.full swing at the annual preplanning and her family on the loss of her Club was organized recently bya I 10
I fi. m. Monday and return the the November 6 election unless
conference.This year it' sister,Funeral services were held group of young people in the By Fishing Club same night. you are registered.:
is in the form of a workshop with Wednesday at Pensacola. Miss home of Mr and Mrs. Edward _
Drs.Wallace and Alston of FAMUin Duncan is homemaking instructorat Smith 744 Spearing Street
full charge. The workshop center -! Lincoln High. Edward Smith was' elected Will OpenSeptember A deep sea.fishing trip is plan-

is Lincoln High' School. In; There was very little room left president; Arthur Taylor, vice- .s for ned Labor by the Oceanic Fishing "Club You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Day according to
questioning a cross section of the at the recently "Dusk to Dawn"show president; Mrs.Alma Youngblood 3rd an
at the Lincoln Drive-In announcement, made by James B.
teachers yours truly learned that secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Lillie
this year's pre-planning confer-i Theatre. The management labeledit Bell Smith assistant secretary; 5216 Paris' Avenue Brooks. LOW PRICESOn
The friends
members will
ence or: workshop is the. most as a success. Only shadow cast William Murray, first chaplain; .
in Hats! was the conduct of a couple of. travel by bus along the Old Span-
meaningful many years. Mrs. N. Murray, second-chaplain;
off to the'steering committee who "beer-teed" duds who wanted to Clarence Johnson, business man- MRS. I. V. TOOTLEWe ish Trail to Panama City, where Your '
: steal the spot-lite from the actors they will board a completely
planned everything. No one per- ager and Melvin Bryant reporter.
son will receive the credit for the and actresses. Twas a great, big All persons interested in learn- Care for Babies and equipped 65 foot fishing launch DRUG STORE NEEDS -
nuisance that they made of them- which will take them into the
doings for THIS IS A CooPERA- ing the technique of developing
TIVE THING and success is I selves. And that's about all. CC pictures are invited to join the Handicapped Gulf of Mexico.
bound to be the result. 1 wants to believe that another group. Due to the limited capacity of Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

Persons who frequent Bert's "Dusk to Dawn" presentation will ". -

Cafe are happy indeed now that come off in the very near future White Rose Club Mrs. HorVense Gray PILL THE PLKON We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

tJentire, street .is receiving a and the "beer-ized" won't be Will Be SpeakerAt
face lifting and it won't be long there to terrorize. ,States Silver TeaT STOIICIIPSETHalfalive. Your Local Papers .

'fore one will be able to CRUISETO Pvts. E. W. Howard and Ray Corsage Tea"The ,headachy,-when constipation -
SNOOZE. Yarn spent a few days in the city The White Rose Social Club sours constipation stomach? BlackDraught'relieves overnight. WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY
Ruth Brown really packed 'em visiting their parents after having will sponsor a silver tea on Sun- speaker selected for the Helps sweeten sour stomach too.

in Friday a week ago at the Jake completed their basic training at day in the home of Mrs. A. .Haw- "Corsage Tea" on, Sunday .at the Uutin-Stnicft No harsh griping Swtttmr Made Writ from Ovum pure! 1302 KINGS ROAD ,t MYRTLE AVENUE
Gaither Rec Center. And you can Fort Jackson, S. C. Pvts. William kins, 1055 Pippin Street Bethune Circle Center, 531 W. vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but PHONES EL 3-5597-9
t .
believe,you me that MiSs'Brown Banks and Judge Thompson' The: ,varioujCcIubsT; throughoutthe Beaver::J3t Is,Mrs.-Hortense Gray. gently comforting uncork* clogged relict In morning.Then We 0e,;v., We Mt fill AH,Doctor frticriptiot .
really made up for the last appearance -i going through She daily grind of' city have been invited to at- The affair will be given by the i life looks sunny again I Get
here: in CC. And the basic training at Ft Bliss, Texas.,tend and the club with the largest Marie Andrew ,Board of the Mt: Black-Draught/s Pouter or Omnltttf today. form...a.d PAY ,YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

Kats and Kittens made up for all l. Friends of Mrs. Ruth Orr are f representation will be awarded a Moriah AME Church from 4 to 6 un'1r see: b ace eut't&'takt fli" When Tibteta.fKMntti too tattoo BILLS AT OUR STOREIt's ,
time as they did 'em up and did !happy to learn that her conditionis I prize.A p. m. 4 ehlWrm. u.
'em down to the wailing R, & B improving. She recently underwent program will be rendered. A musical and literary programhas r= Them this hooair..ea 1 Wqutdi

queen, Some Kat who punched a I I an operation and is hospitalized been planned to be presentedat -
his at FAMU. this time. -
window a'smattering gave as t ,
reason"for doing this "Man I'mi"freeholder" This corner has observed that StarkDeliveries The public is invited.Wedding s4 Mv
and that is strict- the riders on 'the city buses are \ _

ly city property." The heat was few and far between. However ;
teriffic but fun was had by all; with schools about to get in full Bells :

even the promoters for the till swing bizz may pick up. Time : a .
I qf Y
did register von the positive side 'Will tell. Barn To: Applications for Marriage ... _
for a change. Hundreds of teachers in this Licenses :t.
Tallahassee was certainly well I I'area attended the annual FSTA Columbus and Marian Willis, y / L ; : :

represented at the recently held District meeting which was held Gen. DeL, Green Cove Springs, Henry Goa, Miami Fla., age fr n
Jehovah Witness which convened in Qpincy at the CarterParamoreHigh boy, Aug. 7. 26 and Jeanette E. Harris, 724W._ : : -t
Montgomery, Ala. Attendingwere School center. The main ad- Alvin and Alberta Southwood 18th St, age 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burney dress was made by Dr. G. L. Por- 1945 W. 23rd St, boy, Aug. 13. Wm. B. Perry 1624 W. 14th St.

and their children, Barbara, Rob-, ter, executive secretary of FSTA. Jessie L-Tlichardson and Betty, age 22 and Willie M. Jackson. 217
ert, and Jackie; Mr and Mrs He informed the group that approximately 2956 Willow St, boy Aug. 8". N. Myrtle Ave. age 18.
Timothy Aikens, Mrs.Ida Gibson, .$300Q was, in the Walter and Vanburie Parker John S. Foster, 927 Scriven St. Ace

Catherine Gibson Andrew Gib- Teacher Welfare Fund. 1340 W. 23rd St, boy. Aug. 8: age 27 and Orrie T. Alexander,

1044 W. 25th St, age 19.

I "beat PetIte .I I the city ,recently to spend their Alfred Dublin, 1629 W. 22nd y
St. age 72 and Flossie L. Robinson N
vacation in Philadelphia. Pa. r
1629 W. 22nd St, age 40.
with Mrs. Charlotte Hooks. They
Mrs-Gertrude Ball of ,825' W. is the former Miss Evelyn Bartley will also visit relatives and James C. Sheumake, 912 W.

Union SL. left the city Sundayfor of this city. I friends in New ,York City and Monroe St:. age 26 and Vera M.
Miami to be at the bedside of New :Jersey: They are membersof Hall, 2043 Burr St, age 20. -r

her sick brother. Mrs. Bill' is a Mrs. Bertha Cleveland of 147S SL Stephen AME Church.Mr. Henry ,I,.. Crimes, 1213 Logan
member'of:Grant Memorial AME Wind SL. and Mrs.Agnes Hicksof St, age 36 and Luddie Hunter,

Church. 28th and Stuart Street are va- and Mrs. George F. Lalen- 1213 Logan St, age 34. v "a

cationing at the Lewis Motel al thal and daughter.Rosemary San- *'

Mrs Aim J. Best js recuperating American Beach. dra, left the city recently on an Mrs. W. G. Patterson
in her home at '722 Court "B", extensive vacation. They are 1
4 __
after being confined in Brawster Mrs. Maude Chestnut "1270 members of St Pius Catholic Represents Auxiliary? ; __
Hospital l'f r several week She W. 14th St. continues ill in the Church. a
ha member of Bethlehem Baptist. home of her nephew and niece, At Mailmen's Confab -
Mr. and Mrs. A. Small at 2911 I
Church Franchot Brown son of Mr. and '-if',
the Ladies Aux-i ; ,
Moncrief Road. Representing
Mrs: Brown of Columbia
Mrs. Rosa Pleasant* mother of S. C, is in the city visiting his iliary of the local Letter Carrier's <, Z f- : v? :-

Miss-Thehna Pleasant returned Miss 'Annie Bell Henry con- grandmother and aunt Mrs. Lena Association at the National Asso- [. .'?ra'it <<;rdd ,' L :, U
to the city recently following a tinues ill in her home at 1710 W. Brown and Mrs. Nancy M. Brown ciation of Letter Carrier's Con- _' rt t -

vacation in Washington. C, 29th St, She is a member of respectively at 1266 West 21st St vention in Minneapolis, Minn,
and New York City with her Abbyssinia Baptist Church. will be Mrs. W. "Patterson..
and other relatives. Mrs: Patterson is president of !
sisters Mrs. Julia Longworth of 1468
Mrs. Ophelia Gaines is recuper- Grothe Street left the city recently the local auxiliary. a promise f

Joe Lee White returned to the ating in her home on West 6th i for Dublin Ga. to visit her .

city- recently from., Nashville, St., following an,accident mother and grandmother. Mrs. ,
Tenn. where he attended the Longworth is a member of Mt Rock 'N Roll Star' Godefroy's laricose Hair Coloring Get Godefroy's' Larieuse at you

Youth Convention. He is a member Cecil Barnes Fisher of 801 W. Vernon Baptist Church. Will Be Guest At can do more for your hair favorite cosmetic counter now-

of Central CME Church 17th St, will spend his vacationin than you've ever dreamed of... the famous brand in.the red box ;
West Florida and other points.He Mr. and. Mrs. Calvin G. Wil- Roosevelt Theatre gives gray hair youthful new col known and approved for more
Mr. and Mrs;Timothy .En gram will also visit. his" mother in liams of 1846 Moncrief Road haveas II' or. gives drab hair glowing than 50 -Ifs
of Baltimore Md, are in the city Quitman, -Ga. Mr. Fisher is a I their house.guest their daugh W1LLA LEE GUEST STAR I new color...leaves your hair soft, years.I

visiting her father; J. L. Bartley member of Dayspring Baptist ter Mrs. Arthur M. Edward of AT TALENT SHOW FRIDAY shining. this very JA]! 18 flatterin sbaddAJusts
at.8607-Beach Blvd. Mrs. Engram Church and serves as one of the New Rochelle, N, Y.
organist at ,Emanuel Baptist The top local Rock 'N Roll sing-

Church. Mr.and Mrs Frank Washington ing lady. Willa Lee will guest ..

LEARN, TO DRIVE of 152S Harrison St.. and Rev. O. star at the weekly Roosevelt 4

Tfce Oaldust Tk* tale Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Philyaw left J.. Crosby of 1664 W. 21st St.. hadu Theatre "ROCK Tl ROLL TAL-
Wcy T* ..... their guests recently their rela ENT CONTEST" Friday night on
I lives. Miss Mary and Irene Harrison stage. She'll do_.t.wo.of the num- .
AJAXDRIV AmmIiIcLEslutist of Orangeburg. S. C. bers currently heading the hit EasY 4 m xf
04G SCHOOL parade. Frank Legree end his
CALL ,EL 44)639) ere ewe h eebr t AJdACK.of hr.4,tetktste ewer .s11q e....nw.... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Baileyof i band will accompany Miss Lee 1.shave..............,.. 2. AoYh GodAm'r l.rir 3. A'coI8r'", 4......
nANaACIC east...........e.eh .......... 1545 W. 1st St, had as their and an the competing talent acts. A.1t 4.....aia G.d.fr.r.t .N willi hodr. ...is-a- ...-4. ....... he.eeeie.
George Pcrpcno' ............tile nAItAACIC......... hcuse guests, recently Mr. and Ken Knight is M.. C. and contest tmi.w a d.cM. duft4 i........ wr L ,sec f..orite tlyle.t .-
weeMeeint. rN r
1134 W. silt Street ttrtets.tt-he-...Na.of -"
I ham Ala.

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P i f. Fovr THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, August 2$, 1956

I.St.. Matthew Baptist Church Obs ewes Women's Day Sunday I

Events Will Fund Drive. Rev. Charles Crosby t16cut
Religiois HigkligklAiiial Aiding Dayspring 1 And' Miss C. MitchellTo People

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""' '<' '""" -w; ':"1:"'" ; I1''' .a;J "'M. "'
I Observance By .Easlsiders aw, Speak To YouthThe
Mrs. Laura Williams of 1741
a sV2 a. ,
.:y<, t. ..a. : : Rev. C. J. Crosby and MissC. Davis Street and daughter Mrs.
Women's Day will be observed with a series of religious events ;'- 7 :i: _? i-q. Mitchell will appear as the Mamie Math; and Mrs. Jean
Sunday August 26 at St Matthew Baptist Church on the Eastside. % morning and evening speakers re- Wyatt and son of New York City

Officers to preside during.thCj i I spectively on the programs plan- are spending their vacation at
day will be Mrs. M. B. Hardy, iI ned for the "Young People" of the Lewis Motel at American

chairman; Mrs. C. M. Beckworth Musical Feafures I the Midway AME Church on Sun- Beach.

and Mrs. E. Jones, co-chairmen;

Mrs. L. Gaston acting pasto+and Singer Quartet .d day.Others who are slated to parti- Mrs. Mary Alexander of 1790

Mrs. ILL Green.-chahTnan.of the sfs cipate on the programs includethe Kings Road and Miss Willie Mae

.finance"committee At 2nd Baptist k Rev. J. Allen, Mrs. Bernice McNeil, left the city recently to
At the Sunday School hour, Douglas David Gibbs. Reed Jackson visit friends in New York City
Mrs. Evelyn West will serve as LAa. kkY Miss R. L. Wilkerson Fred'iie and New London, Conn. Mrs.

guest superintendent. At the musical recital spon. ; Brown Mrs. A. D. Wells Mrs. C. Alexander is a member of Sec
Devotionals at'll a. m. will be sored by the junior choir of the E. Daniels Rev. A. Sherman, Rev ond Baptist Church and serves on
conducted by Mrs. Marie Griffin. Second Baptist Church on Sun James Jennings, Miss M. Cobb, Usher Board 2.

Mrs. W. U Jones is to deliver the day at 7 p. m., Miss Allie Faye ; Mrs. E. K. Ladlier, Mrs. M. A.
main address. Round"tree and the Second Bap- ____ to c Benton and the Rev. L. B. Wash
Miss Cora Bell Fair, State Pres- tist Quartet will be featured. Jq-; ington. Mrs. Vandoa. White of 2097 W.
16th St.. continues ill in her home.
ident of the Red Circles of FlorIda Miss Roundtree is a student 'at
She is member of
is scheduled to preside at the Florida A and M University and Mrs. Cassandra Neal Baptist Church.a Evergreen
3:30 p. m. session and Miss Mat- an education major and a minorin 2.
tie Baker will. deliver the main I voice She is also a member-o Will Be VocalistIn

address. 1 I the choral union and one of the .' ry N j ___ iF Dramatic Recital 1 Mrs. Mamie Christian of Atlanta -
Listed to preside at the BTU leading soloists for the univer- 4 Ga. is in the city visiting

session beginning at 5:30 p. m. is I.sity's choir.Members. F Mrs. Cassandra Neal is vocalistfor her niece Mrs. Sarah Hood of 2455

Mrs. L. J. Watts. i of the quartet include the youth musical and dra Lantana Avenue.

During the concluding serviceat Marcellus Sturgis Charles Max- matical recital scheduled for Sun-

7 p. m., Mrs.Theo Oree is sche- I well, Albert Henderson students day at 8 p. m. in the SL Thomas Mrs. Bertha Harris of Sanfordwas

duled to speak. Mrs. Rosa Lee i at Florida A and M University --_... ,. .Baptist Church. The affair is in the city recently to attend
Green and the Prayer Band will .and Alonzo Grant, a graduate of STEERING COMMITTEE Making plans lor a "Challenge Day Program" to raise tunas tor being given in observance of the the funeral of her cousin. She was

be In charge of devotionaL Stanton High School, recently the building program of Dayspring Baptist Church is this group who form the Steering Committee. 38th anniversary of district 1 of the house guest of her aunt and
discharged from the United States Shown from left are Eugene Hall. Sammie L. Day's. Mrs. Tiny Mae Thomas chairman: Mrs. the church. uncle Mr. and Mrs. Thedore

REV. R. T. WELLS Army Edna Jackson and Joseph F.Patterson. ... -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO The junior women will sponsora Lewis.
The young singers are members corsage tea in the church on
WILL: BE SPEAKERAT .of the junior choir of the church. Sunday in connection with the

HOLSEY CHAPELThe I i Johnson SingersSet Brokenborough Pupils Zion Hope Women junior and senior meetings. York Miss City Wilma is in Dunham the city of visitingMrs. New

Rev. T. R. Wells' will be I BAPTIST MINISTERSTO Will Render RecitalS Lillian McMillan. Miss Dur-
Local l ChurchwomenWill ham is a former resident of this
the speaker at the morning wor- MEET MONDAY Anniversary Present
ProgramWhen city. She is an inspector of the
ship on Sunday in the Holsey t u den t s of BrokenboroughMusic Be HostessesAt
Chapel CME"Church. The Baptist Ministers Brother- For School will be presentedin Musical Recital llth Election District of the Election
Board of New York
AbyssiniaThe City,
: Other services will include a recital on Sunday afternoonat the women of Zion Hope
hood of Duval and adjacent coun-
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m., 27 4:15: p. m. ia the Mt. Moriah present their program on Sunday,
ties will meet Monday, August Hostesses on Sunday at 7 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Thedore Lewis
Christian Youth Fellowship at 6 Abyssinia Baptist Churchis Methodist Church, Old St. Augus- leading women of the city will be
at 11 in the Bethel Baptist when the Women's
a. m. Auxiliary of have returned from a six day
p. m. and evening worship ax 7 Church. the meeting place for the first tine Road.. seen at work. ML Sinai Baptist Church presentsMrs. fishing trip at Black Hammock
p.m. School lesson will be .anniversary celebration of the The young people's.department Mrs. Lois Cain is chairman; Edith
Sunday Jones in a musical
The senior choir and usher lof Te- fishing camp in Seminole County,
board 1 will serve throughout the previewed by appointment The II Johnson Four Gospel ,Singers!! the church is sponsoring this Mrs. M. Taylor, chairman of the cital will be ladies of the churches ,They were the house guests of

-day.Mrs. order of the day will be by appointment scheduled for October 8. event program committee; Mrs. S. M. throughout the city. Mrs. Katie Lawrence in, Sanford.
Bertha Griffin will act as Rev. H.-H. Robinsonis The affair will be presented by Special features on this occa- Mann and Mrs. E M. Henry, sec- These ladies are Mrs. Ruth
general chairman for the Women's the president and Rev. Milleris I Mrs. Emma Johnson and Miss sion will be hymn time with retary; Mrs. O. Tarver, treasurre; Carter Mrs. Charity Thomas
Day program planned for. Louis Jenkins and the Corinth Baptist'sDistrict
appearance Mrs. L. chairman of music
Sept. 30. the reporter. :Evelyn Johnson. Larry, ; Mrs. Alice Swam, Mrs. Elnora
A one-hundred voice choir under -! the of two adult music studentsat Mrs. J. Austin, Daisy Walker and Cox Small, Mrs. Carrie Hughes, Groups ..

the.direction of Samuel Davis I piano. I I Ida Sanders i,chairman' of ushers; Mrs. Catherine Sykes Mrs. Rita Slate Anniversary

and Cecil Fisher will be heard I Mrs. Ruth Jackson and Lulu Car- Davis, Mrs. Connie Cason, Miss I,

and Mrs. Irma Lee Lynch will iJackso ter, chairmen of tags; Mrs. Annie Henrietta Cleveland and Miss On Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m.
To Speak Clitt reporter; Mrs. Daisy John- Willie Mae
Jacksonville'sw serve as mistress of ceremonies.The Jackson. districts 3 and 7 of the First Cor-
: Rev. S. L. Badger is sched- son, chairman of decorations Harold Hunt, Ransom Carter inth Baptist Church will observeits
I I I committee and Mrs. E. R. Simpson -
uled to deliver the sermonetteand Al ShiohEvent and" John Turner will serve as anniversary celebration with a
-*...- the Rev. A. E. Crumady will acting pastor. hosts i program.
give the occasion. Mrs., A. N. Sessions has been Presiding at the piano and
The Rev. C. C. Brown, pastor of
f Lowest Greetings from the Interdenom- Attorney Ernest Jackson has invited.to serve as guest superin- organ will be Mrs. Catherine the Springhill Baptist Church is
inational Minister's Union will be been announced as speaker .at 11 tendent Mrs. Ida Fowjer, assist- Smith and Prof. Allen N. Green. to deliver the sermon.

It given by Rev, R. Wilson, the wel- a. m on Sunday when the men ant superintendent; Miss Mary A. Mrs. M. K. Gibson will appearin Districts 15 of the Mt. Ararat
come address, Emanuel Jackson, of Shiloh Baptist Church observe Pough, secretary! Miss Betty dramatic renditions' and choir
Church, numberl of Mt. Vernon,
i Men's Day. Jackson, organist and a of 2 will render several musical
and Mrs. Laura group selections.
: response prayer I number 2 of Moncrief and
number -
Food Jackson! greetings from the re- 'i The pastor, the Rev. A. B. Coleman well trained teachers will serve 5 of the church will be guests.
: will deliver the main address
tail merchants, Harry Tuckerman. in the Sunday School. James Harris and A. Mungin
at the evening worship.The .
Others, participating will be Mrs. Wilmer Dorrell will bring SHILOH'S YOUTH are leaders of the districts in
Mrs. Elsie Wilson the Celestial Sunday School and B.T.U. the message at 11 a. m. and Mrs. GIVE charge.
will meet at 9:30 a. m. and 6 m.
Alice will
Burroughs esrve as
Spiritual Singers Miss Marva
Prices' : Jenkins, the Heavenly Fire Spiritual respectively. guest soloist. -
: .. Singers and the..Female Special music will be furnishedby The young people of the church Sunday afternoon from 3 to Learn Commercial Art ..
5 p. IIL, Mrs. Edna Jackson
Chorus. the Men's Chorus.Sweeifield will hear an address from- Miss will) Start Arti...
Jacquelyn Patterson at their ses- present the youth of Shiloh Bap- C. .. APPROVED
Hosts for the occasion will be tist Church in a recital.
sion to begin at 3 p..m. Others to AMERICAN
Robert Carter; Thomas Jackson, Selections rendered by the
Robert Goshay and Mr. Hamilton. Set appear on the program are Gloria young people will include drama, SCHOOL OF ART
Williams, Nellie Gibson, Delores
Hostesses,Mrs.Louise Crumady, instrumental, solo and many well Moved To New Location
Mrs. Cordie Jackson Viola Mc- For Men's Day George, Helen Arline Wynetta I...known poems. The public is in-f 106 EAST BAY STREET
Johnson, Betty Smith, Wanda
Teer, Johnnie Mae Law Mary vited. j j
Donaldson, Mary Ackins, Marva
Oliver Bessie Tyler, Corine Cha-
net,Alberta Jackson, Sandra Hall Sheriff Rex Sweat will intro- Hiltbn: Mary Gibson and Mary ;

and Mamie Alice"Cade. duce the speaker. Chaplain Rob- Pough.
ert E. Osraan on Sunday eveningin At 5:30 p. m, the BTUwill
the Sweetfield Baptist Churchat meet. Mrs. Willie Hooks will actS

Emanuel Baptists which time Men's Day will be guest president and will be Factory Ou'tlet.- _
observed. assisted by Mrs. Christemer Pose-

Earl O. Mathis is scheduled to ner and Mrs. Martha Rain in the
Hold CelebrationAnd -:-
render _a violin selection at this meeting.Mrs. .

time, Mr. Forrest ,a saxaphone Alice'Wi1 iams will intro-; Dress Pants .
Plan Events selection and Henry Stevenson a I duce the guest speaker, Mrs. Virginia .
vocal solo. Mack, a'member of Mt
Short Sleeve Sport Shirts .,...,......... ... $ L22
Sinai, who will bring an interesting -
At 11 a. m, the male chorus !

SI S.rills Throughout the week the anni- will render music along with the and helpful message. Polo Shirts .:. .......... $1.49
versary observance for the Rev.S. soloist Clarence Williams. Lupine Riley and Mrs. Beatrice

L. Badger, pastor of the Eman- Williams are directors of the
The Rev. G. W. Stuckey is to Nylon Stretch Sox '.. 3-for $1.00
uel Baptist Church, has been in deliver the main address and will ,music for the day.

,.,. session. be introduced by the Rev._. G. W. The public is invited. Ivy League Pants .. : .. $3.98
The various ministers of the
...'. .,.>. churches with their choirs, ushers Sunday School meets at 9:30 a.
and congregations have rendered m. Willie Sinclair will serve as, Some 4.000.000 young Ameri- 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

:V services in his honor. regular superintendent and John cans will be able to vole for the I
On Sunday, the Brotherhood of Singleton as guest"superintendent President for the first time 1n the ,
Sleeping Car Porters will observe Prof. Bennett S. W. Drayton, November 6 election. Are you one
their anniversary in the church. J. H. Mapp Eugene Sawyer and of them? If so. be sure to register. HOMESITES .
nE: The Home Mission Society will Joseph Nixon have been invitedto If you don't get your name in the
Those sponsor a "Rainbow-- Tea" on Sept. teach the various classes. a books you can't vote. A Good Lots the First Step to a Good Home
2! :at which time a program will
be presented. Mrs. Eliza Rich I 2 3, 1956

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Set.rcll1' August 25, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR
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1Ft:; : Lauderdale City Given. 20 Days. To. Answer Suit- --I **

Savings Club Fetes Member Conducts Session- Id
.Business *
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hMiar-.<-:,....-:. *

i.i-.. Twenty; days was *

I. given the City of Ft. Lauderdale' *

tofile its answer to a suit by four .
colored residents seeking equality

with white players in the use of *
Ft. Lauderdale Municipal Golf'

Course.The time limit was set by Fed- r."i : Wedaot
eral Judge Emett Choate after' ? 1t4 / :

denying a motion offered by Julian }
:1 4
Ross Ft. Lauderdale City *

Attorney asking dismissal of the

case. The judge also denied a defense -, _

statement by the colored c
litigants on the basis of their case.

Ross, admitting that the Ft
; Lauderdale City Commission had yrkk A tip ur the Pepsi Cap to

adopted a measure excluding colored these outstanding yseag
Amrrirans. who stake our
from the golf
people course country and oar rommumltrfcrttrr
raised as a basis for dismissal of r r ,4'boa 4 ;Jc a place in which! to lire.

the points as to whether the colored *

golfers had shown it had
ever' been'enforced whether they * *

had ever sought admission to the
,,, I""(
7 Y"7 ; t..'% ,',
course-and been excluded, and ----S '<<;-..,_
whether they had ever actually GIFT PRESENTATION Members of the Nightingale Saying Club who. met Powers- and Mrs. Cecil Holmes. *

offered to pay a greens fee the recently in the home of M'*. Mattie Brown ,are seen in two photo-scenes. In Ihe. Another group of members are shown in a business session following the gift *

same as white players. picture at left Mrs. Sally Fulton a longtime nembsr of the dub is seen receiving presentation proceedings. From left, seated are: Mrs. Mae Williams. Mrs. Naomi ..ito

gifts from fellow members on the occasion of her birthday. From Jeff are Mrs. Grimes and Mrs. Mattie. R. Brown. Standing is Mrs. Bessie G. Gadson. *

Cooper's Academy Fulton.. Mrs. Henrietta Broome. Mrs. ,Lula Philips. Mrs. Marie Hodges.. Mrs. L. Z. -FLORIDA_ STAR. PHOTOS: *
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Sbtes Registration I *

Registration of students in I. .2" Hen Wounded In Gun Bailie i j! Commiiieemen Special "Guidance Conference" Set YJOYCE_ *

held grade at one Cooper's through Academy grade 9 for will the be CALLAHAN shooting scrape Homes said Robinson tried to Praised HighlyIn For Sunday Ai Stanton High School *

1956-57 school term ,at 1205 W. here ended with Paul Homes of rob him after he drove him to his

22nd ,Street or 1002 Myrtle Ave: Callahan and Frank Robinson of home from a tavern here. Robin- New students scheduled to *
IJ attend few Stanton High School for .,. .
on September 4. The hours are Jacksonville seriously wounded. son claimed Homes tried to rob a statement to the FLORIDA the 1956-57 school term have been invited with their parents or ,:' *

from 8:30: a. m. to 1 p. m." and Deputies said Homes was shot him. STAR last Thursday afternoon, guardians to attend the third annual "Guidance Conference" on Sun- Matthew E.W.BETHEL Gilbert

'from 5:30 p. m. to 7:30 p. m. in the chest and thigh with a .38 Both men are confined to a Isadore Singleton who served as t day from 4 to 7 p. m.. in the schooL high; School *
The kindergarten department caliber pistol and Robinson was spokesman for the Negro This special session is
hospital No charges have been mem- being Keep jour eye on this
will be opened and a limited wounded in U1e-left arm with a bers who participated in the I held for the convenience of lass. She is the editor of
special parents in general receive the news column for thedaily
number of adults will be acceptedin shotgun and in the head with the filed,against, either man pendingsame balloting praised Negro members who find it difficult to visit I ments and;other information room assign- papers, first lieutenant *

the adult department this tel m. pistol further investigation.Whafll of Democratic Committee. I the school during the regular to the school and its pertaining pro-- in eorn e and Student vice *
CouncIl. She is a member
------ Singleton said that they,all co- week day hours. gram of the National Honor Socity. *
Charles D. Brooks, principal of 1 I .
operated wholeheartedly in the Eleventh and twelfth graders .
efforts of the group.; 'the school has informed the 10th I will report on August 27-28 at 9 *

: The following is the list of com-i 11th and 12th graders enrolled at! a. m. for similar reasons. ** *
'l.. mittee members who participatedin i the school that the Dean of Girls,: "

I the balloting for justices of the!J School Counselors, department *

peace and constables: heads PTA and welfare workers I Rep; Jack Orr *

2-C-Isadore Singleton 3911"will be on hand to talk with them I *

Dent SL:, Samuel B. Farley. 1475 about, an individual curriculum,
Milchel 51. specific subjects daily class schedules Praised For Stand *
( I and participation in extracurricular i
2-D-Turner V. Covington 924 *
activities.. I On
W. 22nd. Proxy; L. C. Davis. 828 I Segregation g"
Juniors and seniors w
..... '' 1rte W. 171h SL _' attendingthe
conference will have the
2.E-.1oe Lamb 1296 W. 28th t op- MIAMI-Rep. Jack Orr who *
to discuss matters
SL: B. P. Perkins. 925 W. 27th SL stunned fellow members of the a
y ayp b 4F jd. a' oank { .S.E I concerning required courses; *
nt xt 3-A-J. C. Walker. 1575 W. 7th| Florida House of Representatives
SU Bonnie Frazier. 1663 W. 7th for graduation; changing courses;
j on July 26 when he publicly de- Y
;:checking on units to meet *
SULeona James. 1724 W. 14th St. up j }
) clared that "I believe segregationis ..
_., ttl.
graduation enrolling -
'I requirements; -! ''' -
Proxy. i in the Diversified and Distri: morally wrong" reports an
3.B-Dnid H. Dwight. 1050 W.I over whelmingly favorable reac- JOHNNY SAPP
butive Cooperative (DCT) Training *
:: '" 8th SU Ruth Leaphart.1864 Mon- :tion to his stand on this issue. Matthew W. Gilbert
Program securing part-time
crief Rd Proxy: James Gen- The speech touched off an ava- Another salute is in
I employment; applying for special: order for this young student
wrighL 971 W. 11th SU Etta Williams lanche of letters telegrams and .
who served as junior
and other
scholarships problems
You Have? 1846 Calhoun St. I i telephone calls. A few were Staff Leader at the Boy
__ of vital concern ,to high school Scout summer camp and
4.e-Ed 1202 E. 3rd SU I
Holh. anonymous but a surprising number was awarded the Eagle
Sticky Little Stamps 8 Ada Stalling. 1136 Van Buren Su I i!juniors and seniors. 1 1i came from public school Scout Badge. He Is amember
of the newspaperstaff
On August 30-31 at 9 a. m..1
Walter Griffin. 1357 Evergreen teachers and college professors. and the Glee Club.
tenth grade students will !
The report *
or Ave.4G. There has been one telephone
to the school auditorium to become
) --J. J. Nixon. 1111 Albert with the school- threat to his family which Orr * *
lEsS PRICE IN TOWN -tAt ) SU Elnora H. Johnson. 1016 E. acquainted I 1 I and his wife took as the work ofa

-S )j Union St. Proxy: Booker T.'Foster crank. *

.: 1125 E.Union: Pearl George. Aulherine Lucy To date Orr has received more *

S-A-Eddie Cotton. 1150 Grothe than 600 letters most of them

U. S. Gov't. Graded BEEF ..1.>, ; SU Mildred Redding. 1231 W. 6th Will Try To Enter from Floridians.: Of these only *
< ; SU Uriah Portee. 1411 ML Her- 41 have been unfavorable. *
:.t-t : _.
.. man Proxy: Gladys Pinkney. -- Orr, 36, was born and educatedin
t;.;. Birmingham, Ala. Autherine *
1157 Steele CL. Proxy. the public schools here later a.
5-C-Henry Bivins 1680 W. 2nd Lucy Foster whose enrollment at attended the University of Flor *

MAXWELL HOUSE VACUUM PACK SU. Hattye Dix 1318 Tyler SU the University of Alabama was ida and Duke University, enter- xwH *

J Jushia Hillman. 109 Daniels SU i blocked by racial riots, will ask"a ing law practice here in 1948.

: COFFEE 1-Ibcan 7S0 Alberta Bryant. 1909 Hardy St. federal court to order her readmitted He says he is interested in good *

With 5-E Geo. Holmes.'744 W. Monroe I to the all-white university.Mrs. government and likes the legisla-
$5.00 or More Food Order
er SU Irene Braggs. 715 W.i Foster was "permanently tive branch rather than the exec- *

ft 490 SUGAR. CREEK 4 to 6-Ibs. Average Monroe SL: Marshall Light. 71S expelled" for charging and being utive or judicial He once joinedthe *

W. Monroe SU Ora Dee Ludd. 715. unable to prove that the university : NAACP and his membership
FULL CUTROUND PJCHlC'HAMS' IB 290 I W. Monroe St. conspired with rioters to expired last March and he has BETTY JEAN ANDERSON :*

STEAK lb 590 5-F-L McPherson. 612 CL H. I force her withdrawal from ,the since been inactive. He said he James Weldon Jobnson *"

: THRIFTY SLICED CELLO PKG. S-A-John Myers. 94 Park state university at Tuscaloosa.A never was an active worker but Junior High

Janie Harleyr 223 Elm SL 51.:1 motion for a re-admittance in with the This young lady is one of *
was sympathy group'sobjectives.
ROAST Breakfast Southside
CHUCK ::1 lb 330ALL BACON lb 2& youngsters who
7HLee'liaynes.. 1994 Mc- hearing was filed by Mrs. Foster'sattorneys is working to build a better ; *
community. She is
MEATBEEF 3 POUNDS 85 Quade SU Edna Lewis. 2035 immediately after her He predicts integration will member of the Intramural
,STEW lb ? Baldwin SL Feb. 29 expulsion. come by 1963 the anniversary of Activity Modern group Dance, secretaryJf Club.

430 HICKORY SMOKED BY THE PIECE Those who did not participateare The hearing scheduled for Aug. Lincoln's emancipation proclamation _dent and member Council. of the Stu- *

FRESH' GROUND : 29 was announced Wednesday. It which would be fitting and *
BACON 16 290 3-A-Israel Law. 1445 W. 10th. will be before Judge Hobart dramatic coincidnece.
HAMBURGER' lb 290 4-C--Janice Griffith 1022 Grooms who ruled a year ago *. *

BRISKET : FLORIDA GRADE "A" WHOLE Franklin 51.SDRalph. that the university could not refuse t '
NO 'LIMIT COME AND GET 'EMFRYERS B.: Stewart Jr.. 993 to enroll any person becauseof Ezzard Charles
BEEF STEW lb 150 W. Union SU Emma T. Wilson. color. I Congratulations from Papal
I Cola to these three Merit
1029 W. Beaver SL: Fred King. The enrollment' of the 29yearold Fights In London Award winner!

AZALEA BRAND BUTT or SHANK PORTION 1068 W. Monroe St.: IsabeUe woman caused violent demon-
Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
strations students and "out-
Floyd 1026 W .Monroe SL by
{ salutations on Pepsi Cola.
HAMS lb 390 o' :pr 3 -B raice Dixon. 747 Orange siders" when she'appeared on the LONDON-Former heavyweight TEEN-TIME, WRHC. 1400

SU Freddie Brayboy. 639 CL E: campus last February.Her champion Ezzard Charles has on roar dial, Saturday 10 .
Half or! Whole HAMS lb. 49* Carrie Adams. 730 CL H. life was threatened in the beerr matched to meet Dick Rich- 11 A.M.

FOR FANCY BAKING 8 .to 12-LBS. Average S-B-Samuel H o I m a n. 340 last of three riots in which an ardson, a 22-year old slugger from *

Spruce SU Mildred Jackson. 241 angry mob followed her over the Wales in a 10 round bout to be

NO'WEATHER.SPECtAt1IN BOTTLESCOCACOLA lb 330 Chelsea SL campus throwing eggs and shout- held in London's Harringay Sta- *

cs. 'of 24 590 ing abuse. dium Oct 2. *
The fight has been arranged

With $5.00 or More food Order WESSON throu't Jack Solomons, the Lon *

Plus DepositU. OIL pint 330 YourEditorial EH JOY JUTMgST SHAV1HGlAStAHP don promoter as part of his plansto *

S.' N.. 1 WHITEPOTATOES'. Page (OHVEHIEHCf give young British heavy- *
weights a chance to show how
10-lbs 290 Speaks Progress good they are against American
Ige. pkg. 3S0 Read Page 2 GilletteSuperSpeed fighters;;

SOUTHERN DAIRIES ASSORTED FLAVORS Richardson, who packs a terrific

ICE CREAM' gallon 490 HORSE_ MEAT GETIiGLGHTsworried RAZOR right handed punch, has* 1

WOW reg. cat 2>0 been defeated twice in 15 fights r Pepsi ColaDashes
If ""B1adderWeamea-(O.tttnf WHIM BUS BUDfDOKKSB ".. In his 15 professional fights. he|
BESS PRICE IN TOWNBAXERITE t7p lt o AND efJacksoavillo
'a Ormelttae has registered 12 knockouts but
tag tirlnagoal er
to contain >37d1 In100I
: 3-ib all against mediocre fighters. j
590 t.
can i
ALL .ht>I>, r> re g. pkg. 3S JII'O" at.'Y aM Richardson goesfor -an early,
With $5.00 er More Teed Order I =.s"M .Id-.r8r.--puaa'-- knockout victory, the same as he t tI
I I will be doing against Charles.
1..fr.ah whho.t. ftlUa laan Fossil,


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Pap.. Six THE FLORIDA. STAR Saturday, August 25, us
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I ..News Of Interest From All. .Sections Of Beautiful Florida j


Putnam County News Florida Negro Deputies Meet In Jax I


tel .Madison Sireot Pal.tl Phono East $-3eQSA '

jI. -.

;. -- Let God Abide. __ -f

The Rev. L.-D. Green, pastor of I4-;r ai N ti I Q w2s..n
the Calvary Baptist Church will meeting in Orlando. last week.
be honored 'on Sunday by usher A
sssem R .vu. c m .u.r s ro
board No. 3. Mrs. Johnnie Pearl Miss Lelia Reeves returned +>ova .:x. re.t.ent e. cw..

Wright Is in charge of the group. Monday from Detroit, Mich, after

a very pleasant visit with her '.5 .
D. A. Belton Sr, died on August sifter. Miss Reeves resumed her : .
Wy .n
15 in the Mary Lawson's HospitalHe work in her office 09 Tuesday.She ., S
was a faithful member of the is ILD.A of Putnam County. 1 e4 k _

... Bethel AME Church where he I JOHNNY SHAW
had been active for sixty years. Mrs. Thelma B. 'Williams returned = (Ax

His wife who passed away a last week from Philadel- : A tl .Jf A,
few days before his death. was phia where she spent a very
buried on August 15. pleasant vacation with friends. AND"Jumpin'
Survivor include three sons hx

'and other relatives 'Mr and Mrs. S. B Belton of .

Philadelphia, are in the city visit- y' $ .s
?Miss Mary Holmes of West ing Mr. Belton's parents Mr. and .

Palm Beach has been visiting her Mrs. Ellerson Belton and other r With Johnny"CONING
father in Palatka for the past two relatives. They will leave Mondayfor

weeks. their home after attending the
funeral of their uncle Deacon -
Doctor"and Mrs, N. B. Hester Sam Belton. ,- YOUR WAY
and Mr. Fred Cole left last Satur I

day for Washington, D. C. to attend Deacon Sam Belton passed I _-4- _
the National Imperial Coun- away Monday afternoon after along I S. I

cil of Shriners. illness. Funeral services will 9:00 10:00 A. M.

beheld Sunday afternoon at the
.Mrs. Carrie Hicks left the city Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. Rev.J. ATTEND ANNUAL SESSION Deputy Sherim who were olncers os sac rionoa it oc anon 3:00 6:00 P. M.
last Saturday for New York City W. Walker will officiate Fu- Df Negro Deputy Sheriffs during The term recently: ended are shown here as they met in Jacksonville: I
to visit her daughter and son-in- neral arrangements will be made for their fourtn annual convention. "

law Mr. and Mrs. Charles Porter, by the E. W. Lawson Funeral In the front row, from left is Deputy Sheriff Carl F. Brinkley. of Daytona past president with
.; ------ Home. The deceased is not a rela- Monday Thru Saturday
Deputy Sheriffs James Bailey Jacksonville: : Walter Coleman. Gainesville and Cleveland P. Kendall
Mrs. Minnie Nelson left last tive of the late D. A. BeltonTwho Gainesville. In the back row are Deputy Sheriffs Richard A. Wilson. Jacksonville: : Henry T. Over-

Saturday afternoon for Philadelphia recently passed. street Jacksonville: : Willie Lee Weston. Jacksonville: and H. Y. Brown. Jacksonville.:
to visit her nieces. .
Mrs. Bessie Dudley and her OVER
--Mrs. Ola"Cladwell has returnedto granddaughters are vacationingin Elected PresidentOf S0 Situ SUNDAY On M.y. Society Is Host .

Chicago after a very pleasant Miami as the house guests of Deputies' Group COO -,7.-00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Melvin To Youth' FederationPalatka
visit in Palatka, as the houseguest her daughter: 7:107:31 Heaven's Road
of her brother and sister- ., 7:30 1:01-5:31. 10 Latimore Oral Roberta Gospel Sinters
in-law Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hines. Mr. and Mrs. W. (Snookes) 5:310:00. Heaven's Road The M. V. Society WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S .1
9X0 100 Bishop Johnson
under the leadership oJ M's. Ber-
Carter and Miss Bernice Turnerof 100 1030 Heavenly Fire Gospel
Inters nice Johnson will be host to the
'Mr. Willie Robinson and son Hartford Conru, are in the :yrY'.c4 a r 10:30 110 Heaven's Road
vacationing in Deland. and 110 120 Heaven's Road Young People's Youth Federationon
Jimmy are city visiting their parents
5555 Ss 120 10 Heaven's Road
They are the husband and son of other relatives. I:" Z0 Heaven's Road Sunday.The ONLY ALL NEGRO
20 2:30 Heaven's Road (S. Darby group will meet in the
Mrs: Mozell Robinson.. 2:30 3JO Shlloh Baptist Church
> cafetorium of ,Central
100 :30 E. Williams -
Mr. Clarence Ryles of St. Pete PROGRAMMED
Apostolic Hour RADIO STATION
School at 9:30
High beginning a.
Mrs. Johnnie Mae Price and returned home Monday after at- 431701: Heaven's Road
1M tin Off
hersister Mrs. Roxie were very tending the funeral, of Mr. and w" m.Included
pleasant visitors in Winter Park Mrs. D. A. Belton his foster par PATRONIZEFlorida in the group are the "
and Orlando last week-end. en ts. Tr.F. five districts between Jackson- 1360 On Every Radio Dial" -
StarAdvertisers ville and St. Petersburg, Florida.
,The many friends of Mr, and _' Rev.and Mrs.J.A.'Wright have The meeting. will be climaxed oI
with a banquet in the cafetorium. .
Mrs. Alexander Clark formerlyof as their house guests their daughter -
.this city but now- of Evanston, and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs.
ilL are glad to see them in the Edward Hines of California. I
city. Mrs Alexander is best
known to her' many friends as Mr. and Mrs. Eric Young of .

Nurse Clark. 1604 Bronson St. are the proud I .
parents of a baby girl born on In fastest growing area in: the country, Pinehurst, in the Cocoa area cente'r' of

Mrs.Mr.Maud and Mrs.Mabry Charlie and Mrs.Pinkston Ruth, August Brenda Lavern.Mr. 8th. She. has'been named Sheriff TAKES Wilbur OFFICE C. Burney.- Deputy West launching site of earth satellite, where land will earn you money while you sleep.

Walker Were in Jacksonville attending Henry Wiggs left Saturday Palm Beach was elected president 100 acre tract, all lots restricted. Mr. Investor Mr. Future Home Owner
a wedding Monday night. where he is visitinghis
for.NeWYork of the Florida Association of Negro -
children. Mr. Wiggs was accompanied Deputies during the convention Sizes80x 100, lOOx 100,100x200, Where you find an area with the Where can yon find location for

:Mrs. Corene Ellis has as her by his grand-son Wil- held in the Gateway City 100x210. Large kidney shaped double safety factor of 25-year top a home in a highly i I restricted
house guest Mrs. Sadie Canady of liam E. Hutchinson.Mr. recently. Burney is a native of 70-ft.
Brooklyn, N. Y Mrs Canady 'attended Jacksonville. swimming pool 135 x already priority by government program in planned model, community, 30-

the Masonic National t and Mrs. Charles Haynes constructed. Tennis court,, golf tourism due to the natural beautyof minute ride from jobs that have

I had as their house guests last course, large country club, lake for this area? more openings to members of our
I I week Professor and Mrs. A. J. WOIS'PROGRAM -
Florida MtrawlSumer Polk of St. Petersburg.Miss water skiing, kids playground, etc., Facts. .and Figures group above $5,000 yearly than

SCHEDULE to be constructed. 6700 houses required for base per- under? Where mortgage money is
McCloud R. N. re-
Sckwl l turned Saturday-to Sara Atlanta aftera MONDAY FRIDAY Country's Largest sonnel alone by 1959. easy to obtain? Where the valueof

very pleasant vacation in Pal- '*0 Sign On Planned model community by col- 10,000 employees now I. the program. This your land or home rises nearly
Mr. and .40 .*! Capsule News,* Weather figure i i. expected to double by 1959 and
Summer session graduates of atka with her parents .-* 70 Heaven's Road (Melvin ored owner for colored people only.LotS does not include construction workers payroll. daily? Here is a list of leading
McOloud and her Grace)
Mrs Roger
Florida Normal and Industrial ,:II ,:12 capsule News *: Weather $35,000,000 for fiscal ust in fields of aviation
Prices and Sizes
Memorial ..CollegeSt.. Augustine brother Roger Jr. She is a nurse 73 10 The Kid (Bob Hudson) year corporations
included Edward Whisenant. at Grady Hospital.Mr. 83 101.- *83*0 The capsule Kid News Bob Hudson*: Weather) CLASS F. 80 x 100 for dwellingsor ended., This figure is also expectedto and electronics operating in this

Ilakeland: ; Martha Whitley Law- and Mrs. Harry Williams of 6:51.103.:83. 11:01 Jumpin capsnlo(Johnny with News Shaw Johnny)A: Weather rental units $695, $20 down, double by 1959 and does not area and hiring daily with no dis-

tey; Hazel Howard,:Jacksonville; 1.*0 113 Capsule News *: Weather include construction-
payrolls. crimination hiring policy:
Thelma Clark, Miami; Joseph West Palm Beach Fla. were very 103 110 Gospel Train.Number One monthly $10, corner $735.

Salley, .Jacltsonville'Muriel Darby -,pleasant visitors in East Palatka 110 111.Capsule(Melvin New.Grace)*: Weather CLASS E. 100 x 100 for dwellings $65,000,000 spent in military construction RADIO CORP. OF AMERICA
last week visiting Mr. Williams'mother His 120 Goipel Train Number One
Jacksonville; Katie Brown, I Mrs. Clara Brown. (Melvtn Grace) only in $8,000 class, $745, corner in 1956 alone. PAN AM. WORLDAIRWAYSN.
1201.12:13 Local News
: Joyce
Fort Pierce: ;-Joseph Norton, Jack-
Joyner) lots $785 $28 down monthly $12 .$180,000,000 or earmarkedfor AMERICAN AVIATION
sonville; Alyce Anderson, Law- 1201 1230 Man on Street (Shaw A: spent
tey; Beverly Demps Jackson- Mrs. Louise Johnson and daughter 12:31.12:43 Job Hudson Mart) (Joyce Joyner) CLASS D. 100x120 for apart construction or equipment. GLENN L MARTIN CO, _
ville; Robert Jones, Jacksonville;;. have Mrs.returned Vera to Jackson their home son in 12:43101 A Joyner Woman's) World (Joyce ments, rooming houses, etc., $799, 57% of base personnel earn sala- COHVAIR
Lucy Gibson Rockmore West 1:11. 13 Capsule News *: Weather
Palm Beach; George McGarrah, :Miami after a two weeks visit 103.201 Gospel Two (Melvin Train Grace Number! $32 down, monthly) $13. ries over $5,000., Patrick A.F.B. BOEING AIRPLANE CORP.

St) Petersburg; Ernestine Gaines, here with the Norwood's. 23 201-- 23 30 Gospel Capsnlo Train News Number& Weather CLASS C. 40 & 50 x 100 for busi- designated as a permanent Air WESTINGHOUSE ELEC. CORP.

Lynn Harris. Jacksonville and 3T. 33 Capsule Two (Melvin News Grace*: Weather) ness only limited amount, $879, Force Base on August 25, 1950. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
Leonard Green Jacksonville.
{ FLORIDA STARIN 33 -40 Jnmpln with Johnny
..The commencement .addresswas 1 40 43 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)*: Weather corner: $950, $100 down, monthly (Information furnished by Patrick FAIRCHILD AIRCRAFT

delivered: by Dr. Gilbert Porter EVERY tlJ"- 50 Jumpin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) $25. -A.F.B. officials.) NORTHROP AIRCRAFT CORP.

Florida, executive State Teachers secretary Associa-of the I COLORED( HOME 53 301.303- COO Jumpin Capsule with News Johnny*: Weather CLASS B. Half acre lots 100 x 200 The number of telephone sub- CHRYSLER CORPORATION

... 1:11 .*3 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)&: Weather restricted to homes of $15,000 scribers in Brevard County has LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT CORP.
.*3 (30 The Kid Bob Hudson) ..
.:tIe SUn SATURDAY'On value or over $1150, corner $1275, tripled in the last five years. RADIATION, INC

.*0 .*3 "Capsule New. Weather down $20 (Southern Bell Co. officials U. S. CIVIL SERVICEU.
$75 Telephone
.,:. The Diplomatic Drink .*-70 Heaven's Road -(Melvin monthly -
y 70 73 Capsule Grace) News Weather CLASS A. Over half acre lots 100 in Brevard County) S. NAVYU.
73 80 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
NO LIQUOR TASTE... :11IS News Weather The number of AIR FORCE
Capsule x 210 restricted to homes of $20, customers using S.
83- *0 The Kid Bob Hudson) I
NO LIQUOR BREATH! .*0 t3 Capsule News &: Weather
000 value in Brevard has HOUSING CRITICAL HERE
.*3 110 Jumpin with Johnny or over, planned facing electricity County I ---":

100 103 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)* Weather 60-ft. blvd., ideal, for estate homes. doubled in the same five year span. although there has been over $800,
I : 1. : 103 110 Gospel Train Number One
110 113 Capsule(Melvin News Grace)*: Weather Room for private pool, tennis, court, (Official report Fla. Power & Light 000,000 worth of private construc-

i Since 1721... ? 113 120 Gospel(Melvin Train.Grace Number) One etc., $1510, corner $1680, $200 Co.) tion since 1950 in this county in

\ ItELSKA8 120 -"1205.Local Now) (JeyeeJoyner down, $30 monthly. BREVARD CO. RETAIL SALES residentials, commercials, professional -
l2asu36 Man On Street (Shaw t
? Hudson) 6% I interest en all unpaid balance 1954 $23,763.000 buildings, this vast amount
J( : The/ WorfcTs' U:3I. 12:45 Job Mart (Jove I.AU) CASH DISCOUNTS if yea wait to par more
4 1203.101- A Woman's) : World (Joyce7.yner on Your lots; Yt 5% off, VS 12% off, full 1955.$46,743,000 has not kept. pate with forge growthof
t:.: Most Honored. I 1:11- 13.,Capsule News Weather amount 25% off en fall price .f ay lots (Cocoa Chamber of Commerce) -
: .i 1:0-1:81. Gecnel. Train Number >except Class C. area.
Vodko .
= Two (Melvin: Grace)
: it "30 33 Capsule News *: Weather RETIRED: PLENTY ef Sunshine Good Hunting ..d Fishing Near, With Planned. Recreati nel Facilities ef the' lit Cit*
-, 33 40. Jumptn with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) Send Personal Check Order of Lotor Lots You Are With Full and
40 43 Capsule News Weather ., Money ; Description Buying Name Address
.. 43 50 Jumpin with JohnnyS -
(Johnny Shaw) I -TO- '
50.r 53 Capsule News Weather ,
",,oJ 53- **0 'Jumptn Johnny with Shaw Johnny) I ,Pinehurst Development 823 King Street Cocoa, Florida

.... _*0 Cit The Kid (Bob Hudson I --
11?1n4100. freol.Made torn Crete 6>UWrtj a do,Cod gsripe ,u.s.A. .:31 alp Off'




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: Time Is Nearing 'For. Familiar' Sounds. Of The Gridiron wn, ,, = i it

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Siuiti, Gilbert Jbi Edward Wafers GREATEST. FIGHTS of the CENTURY i Sugar Robiista 'ROOKIE SENT BACK Willie Davis


Win Soon Be Beady For Grid Action -. fis 4'b ,lAid IBC Split LOUIS Charlie Peete, On Army DulyLITTLE

'- : : k 1k t I NEW YORK Sugar Ray the rookie centerfielder, obtainedby
The. sound of the whistle, the pounding together of togs ,the the St. Louis Cardinals from
gruff voice of the coach and the conversations about the prospective middleweight boxing their farm team, Omaha of the' ROCK, Ark.. -,Short
teams will noon be heard again around Jacksonville*.with'the: three '. I I champion has severed relation-' American Association has been ly after reporting for duty with
ship with the International Boxing
the Cleveland
Browns professional
major te preparing for the coming season.t:_* I returned to the Omaha club.
'OIIr n4J Club, which is headed by football
The questions going the rounds I ; (, Jim Norris. The left-handed hitting Peete team, Willie Davis was
called for
at this time-as practice sessions 6 p. m. daily Candidates whoa e was called up from Omaha by the! Army duty.
begin, are: "Will Matthew W.I. expected to report are: Allen ..' Robinson said after his break Cardinals about a month ago. but i He reported for induction from
Gilbert be able to repeat" Will i Sistrunk Charles Fogle, Calvin 721' that he was making plans to defend since joining the Cards he has the Browns training camp at

Stanton's Blue Devils be any I Kinsey, William Jones; Clarence XE.4VYcuEGh'rCHMPON his title against Gene Full- collected only 10 hits in 52 timesat Hiram Ohio looking fit and ready
I .mer in Los Angeles or San Francisco with his 220
this "What Smith Robert pounds.
? Watson Jesse Carson
stronger year are KNOCKED OC.J7 /' bat for an average of .192.: He
they going to do out at Edward Richard ,Shephard, Eddie S7"i4NZ.E) 3 late in September' because was platooned in centerfield with Noted for great defensive line .
Waters Macon, Leon Sutton, Johnny Sin- .' /cEICEL1N Norris wants all the money. He Bobby DelGreco. play, the Texarkana rookie was
Taking into consideration that clair and others. Stanton and eauNO/ S.8O7 ;> '# said further, that the split with The 26-year-old Peete had a Cleveland's fastest lineman anda
all-three the schools hard Matthew Gilbert, High Schools Norris came about when the IBC stalwart in the
were LWLY AFrE Ki TcHF crack in his thumb which has rougher phasesof
hit by graduation and other will be well represented on the"Fighting x ct, rtwo rcrA soA1'EI5JY. Is0 refused to guarantee him $60,000 since healed. The action leaves the game.
-. causes, these questions are yet to 'Tige squad of Ed- .xht' s,e r. 10 from theater and TV. Norris said the Cardinals one under their Davis was an AlUAmerican
bf. answered. .A' championshipteam ward Waters this' season. FLOOEO ./ 1VSONN the IBC couldn't make such a player:Jimit and no Negro on the tackle at Grambling College.
caimot be'hit by a loss of J I The three major teams are look- / CWE CF 7X6 GQEAr.es r guarantee because. the .IBC don't roster at all.
17 men and not feel the blow. The ing,forward to a bright and prosperous Fl6N75 YfIE CENTha?)! receive a,guarantee themselves, j

men lost by Gilbert' are William)I season.Miami CC1.N,4, GL./OCTCIBERI6, 99 Harry Markson, 'Norris'' general fefps Heal Ami dear
Mango HB;' William Bell. LT; manager, says it's the other way I
Allen Sistrunk .QB; Herman around. Markson'claims the IBC

Amos (All Conference HB); Johnny Marliis "lost its enthusiasm",for the fight hchy Skin Rash!
Lee Sinclair, HB;James Crawford when it learned that Fullmer's
G; John Williams, E; Eddie Acquire 'Paila manager Mark Jensen, had Zemo, a doctor's antiseptic I
promptly relieves itching,stops
Macon, HB; Leon Sutton, G; Le- agreed to accept 12% per' cent of scratching and so helps heal and
barney Edwards T; Calvin Kin- ,, the gate instead of the usual' 20 clear surface rashes. Buy Extra
sey, T; William Jones All 'Conference MIAMI In an effort to gain per cent given a challenger. Full- Strength Zemo forstubborn pYUI M
end for two years; Frank strength for the-finalppush of the : mer is said to have given up all cases 1 zemo RA-J LPOSNJS

Jo James, T; Jesse Carson, FB; season, the Miami, Marlins acquired SiPORTINGITUP.BY I. ; of his cut of the TV money.

Charles Fode, 'G; Ricliard Shep- Carlos Paula, the leading "While the IBC can't do any-
hitter in the American Association
hard, I; Steve Marshall, C. The thing about such a, private deal
question is, who will fill their r between fighters we think it is .
shoes? Coach Jimmy Thompson Marlin officials were- all aglowat C. PARHAM JOHHSON outrageous for the challenger to -" -

says all positions.are vacant. 1 the acquisition of the big THE STATE OF LOUISIANAput competition, because the major get such a,small,share. Markson I
Louisville slugger, who is cur- '
Over at Stanton.'Coach James rently batting at"a .359 clip. It is shackles 'on the athletic program college teams throughout the said, "We just don't .want the
P. Small are counting very heavily when public to think 'we had anythingto
concocted that
: believed that the big bat of Paula they country had colored players. on '
all lettermen lastyear's "
on from be strange and mysterious Athletic their teams. do with such an arrangement.
a big help to the Marlinsin
: squad. and. at least 11 reserves Bill that banned the mixing of the A group of Philadelphians
1 the
who action.during the the closing stages of the season. Shreveport, only member of .
saw I Paula, a third baseman-out races" in:-athletic contests the,'Texas'League,without colored have offered Sugar Ray $125,000to U
season. Coach ,Small says ? If this peculiar bilj was passedto defend his title against Full 41o
i fielder hit .229 with the Wash- players which means, ,the seven
will be built around these
team Melvin .ington Senators..in 1955, but was prevent Negroes and whites other teams have colored players. mer in Philadelphia.: "The bout try t WOftLO'S rASTESTEUlfao
men: Crawford Johnny 1 from playing together because ef would take place at Connie Mack ,
farmed out Louisville this Those who and 'operate'teams the
Little seson. !- own HAUt $STXAlBHTENiR
Crawford, Isaiah Billy Eu-I'I' In 75. games., with the Colonels the fraction that it may lead to, would rather dismiss Stadium or Convention HalL This -
Matthews, Raymond Padgett, .
M: Glover William !I Carlos, a-right-bander all it is rather-late' the day forsuch Shreveport than to tear up the would meet the approval of Sugar CIIMI

'. gene -Robert Cherry Parker,I,the way,, his hit 15 homers J2 ideas, .to prevail If it, was League. ; :. Ray because it is close to home HACK IJN5I
Milton Adams
Daniel Neal Benny, Stokes. The'.doubles and four triples for-the drawn up as, I(stab,.at the Supreme ; The'players: 'who'played in.;.the I and he says' he always draws well ,.,.. U

reserves are: Colbert Britt/Leroy:i'158 total bases and:56 runs batted Court of the United States, Sugar Bowl Tame at the beginning at home. SOLD AT AU MUG roanwtf \
,,' Wilson, Emmett Glee, Rentie in. AH told, the 2T-year-old has too much headway has been made of this year expressed some ky'... fl.e1 kor., slop i

Weston Robert Dickerson, Tor- 93 hits in. .259 at-bats ..and. scored even for thatFrom dark glowing" praise :.of Bobby Grier, Dallas Has 1
the! days of slavery Eagles
51 runs. the University of
Pittsburgh Negro
rence Davis, Edward Brock, Harold -
; Negroes and whites have worked rot IT BY HAMt
No cash involved in the -TODAY
Dennis, Carl Watson Andrew fullback who' caused such a
together, and'ever since Branch
Thomas,and ,Ronald_McMillan.Out" .... deal, announced general manager dared storm around the educational tamingSlugger Elw:
Rickey to buck the whims -
at Edward Waters College, Eddie Stumpf.; "Paula's option! has and wishes of tradition and centers in Georgia when an attempt _
the practice sessions have been been transferred to Miami and he was made to call. off'the
brought.Jackie Robinson into or- DALLAS Texas' The Dallas
I -
will be subject to recall by Washington -
set for 9 a. m. and again at 4 toe baseball it has'been game.
of the American' .League ganized definitely Eagles of the Texas League are
I Georgia Tech players said '
decided that could
they singing the praise of their Negro
.J SOUTH ERN' NAMES play together. Grier displayed some of the finest shortstop, Andre Rodgers a native -
Throughout the length and sportsmanship of any manthat, it of Nassau in the Bahamas, a
HtHrTHtQ TOUT, TEAM CAPTAINS breadth of this nation with the had been their pleasure to play British colony noted for crickett. ;

fBHRvwM'fw' BATON ROUGE La. '- Two exception of a few scattered areas against. When the game Was softball and baseball. .

t 8tf! big husky linemen, Roman,Batesof there is a. harmonious relation over, the white players remained According to reports Rodgershad
jps.t. .coo 1 Memphis. Tenn.; and Philip j existing between the AngloSaxon white and the Negro players:remained never played regular baseball

ra M M Peterson of New Orleans will captain descendents and the African a Negro and nobody was when he was given' a tryout by
? L.al. .' the Southern University descendents.. In throttling the hurt nor soiled, only from dirt'. the New York Giants in 1954. The .

Jaguar Cats as they take the field progress of athletics in Louisiana and perspiration.. report further states that he was ITS 0GORbON'S T IL @K I

this season. |I.baseball, football, tennis boxing, Governor Long was "betweenthe playing softball when, noticed bya 000
The Jaguar Cats will go all out golf, horseshoe pitching, marbles, sap and the bark" he knew local citizen, who recommendedhim

thisjall, defend.the Southwestern hockey. track and field, and all the bill, would be: the, death'for to the Giants. .
V/ATCrTTHIS CLOWN Conference football cham- other"sports will go as if nothinghas such teams as Army;.Navy,_Notre Rodgers batted .510 in the,softball 94.4 :ii

.. pionship which they won in '1955. happened in Louisiana. Dame, W i s co n s i PittsburgH; league, but he had never
u6187433J26' Big league teams will continueto Michigan, Michigan State and the seen a curve ball until his tryout
I train 'in the southland, the other schools who recognize\ the with the Gi&nts. He finally learn-

fcj RefofotPAIN major football teams of the nation ability of a player regardless; of ed to hit the curve for, Olean in PROOF e

'wf continue. .to play football, -the race, creed or color issue., -, the Pony League, an affiliate of s
3 track 'and field teams will continue When players like Leqny the Giants._He hit .286 including -

o : 9' to compete against other Moore, Buddy Young, Mickey 9 home runs. .
In the Bates. Bobby Watkins J. C. ,Car- St. # r.
: teams. Every' game sports His next move was 'with L N7t.u,
4' :7 field will.continue tai move alongat oline, Bill Bell, Bill Willis, Oz Cloud x>f the Northern League. .., EI' Yerxtu
.. ..HEUWTtt.W*tTANBACX TA D rte same pace with or without Simmons and other Negro stars There he hit 28 home runs and r. v

36-52-02 'usa.. **.. rOWpKRS.ngr 4iiM .....STANSACK...* ...,STAN hMt that Louisiana bilL who brought gridiron history to batted in 111 runs.' He has always -
'82-25-96 RACK ..<.*<*.s Mvtrai .di.aIls P sevs Were televisions and radios their schools could match wits been :a sensational fielder i

"; ..,' Ws. nlii 4M. sn e44td tau.ai wt. wy.e..e to lib.ee .......... banned in Louisiana also? If not, ability and durability, with other Now with the Dallas Eagles just

Soaat'-' .... NSa.ltias MUITLPIt.. ...r.,;...ri.a is..,...awr.e why Negroes and whites certainly performers of the. gridiron, there a step from the majors Rodgers, -
1a'.'dews _iMe.rNi.f.....e.p..1fetr.-t. Mb appear on the same programs would be others to, coin on the is hitting .26$ after a slow start, a".z ORIJOM
H. Ms. nbfiBcts in many instances. How scene. Those men would not.be has 17 homers and batted in 68
H. wail H e H .need mdchmore: damage can be doneon left a? home just to 'satisfy;; the runs. 'This husky fellow is 6-3, )

; the playing field than watch- L uisiana'law. 190 pounds, plenty large enoughto
FOR SEPT, 1st 'fStClS ing them and listening to them THE. BROOKLYN DODGERS, stand the rugged daily grindof
27-9-3-38 over the air and through the the Cincinnati- Redlegs, the Milwaukee the big leagues
: cables? Braves, the Chicago He is the pride of the Dallas '
This ,part of the bill states: Cubs, the Chicago White'Sox, the fans and they predict for him a r/
"Members of the white and'Negro Pittsburgh Pirates, the 'Cleveland very bright future in baseball. :

races shall be prohibited from Indians, the New'York ,Yankees, .

Midnite Saturday, August 25th engaging together in athletic the-Baltimore-Orioles or the Kan- 'Song Is Ended, But The Melody ,
II training, games:sport or: contests sas City.Athletics,would not leave Lingers On." He knew that with
Showing I'and suchactivities involving* personal their Negro players.horn:or drop his i signature to the bill would

Joan Crawfpra"QUEEN: BEE"Plus 1 r or'social contacts.- them off on the road*somewhere mean that instead of stopping Ne-; ol
If, the .bill-were so pure and, to pick.theia up later,just':to play groe.from.playing" it would only 1

SUM;,THftU' .SAT. : 'THE. BED"' right,. so, straight-forward and an exhibition' game'in,Louisiana.; mean the swan song for national N ,.wf mo

AU&. 24-. SOT. 1 timely,'so perfect and,flawless in ALTHEA 'CIBSOKi'ou1d: not competition games in Louisiana... '.-. + ar
its construction' ;+why did Governor think of,dropping'tennis Just be- It matters, not what the law .r onrr i 11A, 10.
BOOSEfELT : SKYTIEWTHCS. Earl K. Long of Louisiana cauSe she could not.play"in Loui- says in Louisiana, Old Glory will
hesitate ;to sign 4t: ?, The strongpoliticianatp siana. 'Ths"track; and, field stars continue to vi a v 6 wherever ,
'th state 'dId not would not withdraw 'from the
.". T..... AifMt 26-2t .s... THCS. AirlllSt 26.21 American Democracy is found. VThere'sno
1st Rae REVtNCE! OF CREATURE" allow ::the' 'Governor to be like events.becausejthey could not go
"UTTUST OunAWSOSS OF BOOMTOWN" Pilalej he. could :sot ,wash his down in Louisiana to play against
-MR. HULOrS HOUD r hands anddismiss' the bill. Louisiana. :ai\d*Tulane.. Itckiig: TIi1iwIPIOMPTLY t

W4-TArn. -'Au9nsr 29 .10 GOVERNOR LONG knew what Those' Negroes:.who,.have been :
W"Tluart., .--'A.q..t ,29-30 ,' -, .. .-ruuA..". would' pp'toaUiletieS in the chosen 'to-represent the,good old RElKVEi 4'

TTMMAl.St.rilegHeyde.SIAM* .r MSN-',7 'Of.a.1-: tKAS". = state'of.Louisiana and when that USA ,"tn, ,the, ;Olympic, Games A doctor formal+worthing antiseptic Gin.like GORDON'S;;

'4 Pta : "INTRUOfR" ; bill,became;a';law.:He knew the would not be dropped" m the Zaao-promptly relieves the
Sugar Bowl game would be various..squads'' because, of the itching,burning of Skin Rashes,
TALENT CONTEST AUG. 31 Fri. S.t. -'Aj. 31 Sat. ,1 doomed, the" same:fate would Louisiana law,' *.jG Fr* t" Psoriasis Ringworm and dearly America's \
zemo Mops scratch:
Athlete ,
STARS AM Usk Unit meetthe: ugar:' Bowl..Basketballtournamefits ) ROCK 'N ROLL -. FRONTIER: RIYEN"" ; and 'that the big -m a j jor":thirties-J'in,+Louisiana lag tug of and irritated w aldabe&1-17 sktsA mo ...-._l-.>itEl s"-IIIIL ...ct..UI."l.l." ,

school, .,..would' ,lose."-,,=:the major uld-beJik the sent says, "The '. .-_ 4t ,_ .
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P.9. Eight .. :flU:"tlOJUDA_StM_ ,Sa......,. August .15. Its
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I 'J. D.annc8l%ooks j Tw Bf scurryinSou&ieasten BoaY ;:; = I Wki feSii i i .-'.... ''ji

"% I s Ih TieI4La!!a< Day at New;B er7 'a -
fltly3t'U ak lg tp fW'tfPmwhieb ; !SiageCSa
majthacaediei ij of the confusion at the 4th of July
gat a'>$patme i &E M1 !fparts of the Southeast_ are expected to
.ir: craft.. / f\ *>." Ci! K m K. M-..a" : t cross w s
UOllD.Ti1'gno(;\ Negroes t i J ksonvRAi ',, ;t e i buI 'o filitiS15 .

I L.i1.tLin1ca.. .. -; .tbe.goods-- L.._ folkLs \tL tC aiOn us. hffftUia p therfiselves of "Im -
,-.-? ? fr tegration Southern style are coming in. "
We mean colored women ,and white men when we say "Southern ment Association.

i paiamogr1)a style. In.the| PavisJStwrt lifigC!t1Iei\fxcl'tement: :tfojnpf tge of ihen'" .un unter proved p: her too !t The group saM&retj the'cross,symJJdUhat- ttifiW 1 &vKs&Utc&ft#

much for the heart of her lover. Out M m f tn n f,btt it iwtn! ,r.Jlxed ty nopposea racial"mixing' said at 111:: U Tt)! lffl
beacRI rJ.n t1h.e1':
couples Ffre caught to a mtbtel. Again in the same neighborhood oftheMQd t
&d2loiialwnit{ < threatened d to wrecks the house of awidow the) ii1_ d ila1ioAJ the ", "i:4: A fOthA33 I.. :! i{ i.I :;a f' !..:. i: .r
Ku Khu
JUaaJbut thought they
because: she kept a date to one other color...Seems peculiar{ .
but none of these authentic happenings made The wlulejiapers..Weddings : ... "'might. Join if asfcedTh*;jgroup ;
">.. -:. ..'tndar1 wHl'repeat their-vows at:S t;. Pius j me:;Sunday .:.. ..:The waie'\W ,,,sa\4.P.1q\ sere..opposed to '1"I.::;.,-
.' -afternoon''iVlTiin Wilsori.'lhe'popular'ioung )inortidaiv ;idn ;pledge \yiolcg.;:aodnpvistred. to. remain \
: Ihpr'l th'in a ceremony"on the Southside:,: .:'On.Wedne d y-nighi! anonymous. ,.r :. ,* g, ,
a wedding! on' the Westside"war almoit'upsei: when Jhe";ministerintoned.the I Groups of coloredpggp1e h.ave .;;/
passage.aboutripeaic"new; of:"foreTer"hold'yourpiaceJ*j I gonep \WV; 't ebgach e,g. pf f both $1:0
1 I Sarasgta Coy., jsummej h' ; .
.. Seems that former girlfriend onhe'groom who ii'spoken lor" also I cSy \ : : \
couldn't help but prod&im her)undying'IbVe for 11 .:groom...;Order \ Tile .Cj\y,'Compussion: .. .
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; jitlY\ ..ye,t I lose Its'recreanr -
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was finally:tutorecl'ud: the wedding:went.bo.. : : < $P ,
.. From.Atlanta .to partiopat'.in.the: wedding of Vivian \yitson > facilities'or' | periods neces-. 1.L
: 'LJMe..Medamf'SHaze1' Griffith and Imogene: Davenpart.3bthcyoung 1 sari to.":' mainwjn-, i' --.ii segregation.: '. &>*lIPEN AN MOUNT '.' EASY TERMS
,ladies, have visited Jacksonville; previously but, de 1are. that, they : ;
f,. .;;,:like it.more and moreeach. tim .Mid, Davenport,is.;an employed 6i: ::.c.: xrliShopping Wi'.. '.:.' : .- ..

the Department of.Education.andjMrs., 'Griffith.works:wjUi'tl ;,AU Guide Advertisers t \ SOFA BED THROW RUGS 'SMOKERS
'JLanta/.Housing:: Authority Also. j!,town ,for the?, iupfla&'. is. bdrs; rhea Xreoi You'ettei'COME'OC :; LAMPS '.J
: who.lives ,in'Atlanta ,
Franw.Webster'Bames Nashville
the fit about hats jin now lar jut --" 4 i.,95 $ 00: : : .
We have been ginn!... young men a : 599 $ : :
thaVthesejhbrt, .. I: '1-00
;, tb 'e: wwed out now.We admit ;
:: I5i. -"' yfey-are d"finitA1.M "l\.aA4 1 "0It ,Wear. ., ,.WJ. ''''' \- I -.' :::,:-,- ':.- .....:,.... ::. .
t. 1 m but ll: :ed! 'lToi..Br.lU..1U'I\l.J.! f' '---, ,..- -- !
( .[... oiio, t ll. d ben 'es strolling, _In nbllc Ffacoc :in. \
<: m T. f.J t"- r.uocc...s...._:".3y3'--wt 2':" c L' :.:: :i'PI- :EACGNOLIAAndhlnspect: ; ;j : \ .COMPLEfE 5-PIECE C 0 PLETE 6 PIECE t! j CAD ES Ei5 ; 2, PC,
!;An. wean g gimmes. y e --m m p. : 1 ""' ; ( .
f, 4, 'Mi, WaRi tkeFotiet' ; 'week asd fi11fk.'moueT frodsrhe i.' 'G.. 1R'; '1j.E'S' SOFA, B.EDw Yr WHINGROOM I. M BEDROOM
-' -1 'iRiili-tth the prelenp4"of Mdlio $tbiiraob5. of '. ".q .." l ,-... o U ..ii1 ,
> '. -- .y un trY1l.e t !, r"'aM g j led ,. ..- : .GROUPSUITE : 1Ulfr SUITE

o g1Uhe satge trads. shOp toge C'tIt.romp g}otm.fhr j otter 1. "'!.The New Homes: t '
ma1f'&Afet pfoa7nctitut.:AdcibU.feixiit3jbe farmerPhyUuWij! i.. ,
L 11 ms-of'Hlamland'Jackson.trie;' pant='ntosf'enjoyable-evening in N'dwBkfu,'....... ; .. 13uUt" iuflOlf11 r.9sj $1:695: $2950.
his company spinning yarns of the old days. Included in the party :Two'or
: "Three"I
r were Paula Williams and Prince Matt. Jr.fWiliilbbigson| Mart :
: Alice Guyton. Frankye Hampton. Ethel other I 'I ;:$edrOO.m. Homes. ,
.. friends and relatives. Hampton I : .. ,1;Concrete''- Block" OIL CHEATER '-11 ,FLOOR LAMPS F ;MIRRORS.. LIVINGROOM, Suite I
n.Friday"nite the oneJUid Sfy Ruth Browiwnn ppeeJ at theTwSp. --
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T -g > -*i * eiapc ted w s bandplayiig with :$ .. 95, ; ; : .:S: y5 '
lU 5. '
!: a $ ( $ $ 95.
; ber }111se Jioi I st Hand thg, d n Ikes h,* : !Monthly ;>Iortgage Z.A trts: I' ... 19'
i'< recoMs wit Ise t ke &Sff Ruth fo p fn tng'come/out/ and I "! : .< .o. [ '
7 I A M eheafchtf ritho I l i b. : .isgneit' _
.\ ho make thwbilL chirp : .rAYMENTS .. .. ,
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v 'jerome Calhoun has just ret'where nect'-< con, Ga ''. Si iaiucs>. Low'jIS. .. :.: ..' ___ _. '_ V'd----------" ,1.I.. : -: ..' : -.. -- -- -.
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:. of Mrs.he Georgi'-MI spent some aQ time with frien\ll .-rs-:","t 'A r. is the son\ $42.31 PERT.MONTH : ',':KITCHEN;.CABINET; LOUNGE i :"CHAIR, ; :END TABLES. HIGH CHAIRtf ;

a JMO\Lts! knit f/\/ a briiir : '! C Ciir" .
se \ .
r stay. Elp ti\ teige ct"'age* Aand tells g nderful .. ,'A.:: F J t., tlie"'T .e :: .: $ '$:. 95: : f :99 ,
,. ai 4' :;y She. Ply Yaioe; .... 995 '' 1" -
-. time "Margie $aiers of the Trop: .2.. : $5..9.S
"OJ'"H -
.. wouldn't tell.wb **$', **going J m the )!MAGNOLIA IqQ.I GARDEN: f.- ..... :V : ;_.4 .;" ; : .. .

waters and wiH'lJearoiuidfor: a while '. s back J ,r: :J.- ...." ,. -_,__ __ _" ,_ ,....... ..... j
in town jfJer pd.AnJ.eo tinie in the aw ,, HOMES ; / v .. I
'"-. w. WtnPten'you f.I1oW' "U1. name of in the Hayethe.1"9Uowb1q .MATTRESSES .- : REFRIGERATOR; :: ;KITCHEN:.CHAIRS .NITE 'TABLES:
::, Tropica ii 'i a'wl: wilf }teVyoV'ihat sand b :- erica Special; $ j,. '
; is hep te all of the playboys W. comp,, # "_ Fist H Frand" : A95 $'
.' = GflLL4 P& 95 $ < 00' 5
on hiss J 1't.- fU1* an.JIa J n. .J.at shirl. t ought i oil' \ 1. '6.- ,
He cQrreid us-and ;rTg-1kJ it wu strt ...... gue." Weatie ,6. .y'
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Pottosijti "f = J :! :
'. : Large- LandscapediLots : ',:.. .., .", '. .. ;! H :.
.- Factorr.Finished,Calrfnet .. -. CORNER OF- BROAD & :ADAMS' STS. ,: .'
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,. Hoti Water. ..Heaters. ; ''' ";:rJ'> '

.+t ILm.Spac.4H.atei Bathroom* .' ;" :..' :.E>: ::: h} f; worn

; IS i Exhaust;Jans, J- ... ,: ': : : : .

t ,ifyanu. Concrete. Dave .Strip* ... : : : .: 'l 'u" 3MOAJ.1 < :-
,! :NQjwid1G.l""J : '' q l'IIID 5' l3nH''fI.; :; \
u Complete !mater. ,A '- f "

'. jnent Diipos4 Jant System( D sew' .q.. ; : t' : t ; ::L :

JlIH ,*'' alkiiiq ")iatar ce lo(". ,,' : --= .... .. :" ':-

.Schools ...
/ TMSoulh'! Outstanding Furniture Store,
I ''o'Coitht1' Schoo $ ii I .

L 51\ r. 'A l'County. ApproTecT..** 1.. 'M" M. : ,,'>: '.-. : .' ,,_ _' ....... __ ? tj

; '_ J\ 0" .%.5'C1t Pared"Bus"ftoads''Serifice :,' "i -.---. -- -.:." .' !- C r 0 .. .....- .' "'rrA -
: .. City MuIFDelir.rg.; .u.-- .-, ... "' ----S's-- u .
\ e .d SPadousBoom.s:: '
t. : IlDounclgg .1. C80 -r -
;' Plrk;:the Hom bf-:Yosat'. SALE'i ; .
,/ jJ'Ia.ftf" ds Wait gage ::'Cholc Now v .''Before'They '9 1'S -1fE-:
:: 'D'?": = fife location
Cams '
OftS' Ara-:All Sold d-
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1>W ,J.L OF VALUE ] _AGXOLI&1procmett: j 4 3 'LOUSlt.S. _'" 1i1B'R' AD & CHURCKaSTS* AM

WMerF n Shop I
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,(: :i.i:' r_. -:aSSELiCJO j.' ,2 1aW .Edgewood 1L++Q4M.-.M '!. r
$; .Sot. .:1' $13.?..5: s'.d Mt +aot
'Phone PO aw.aob J
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'D>> 4 ," ,-_.? c pt. ... L, ';;'_.!*:(, z.- .,,- .. .. .... L.... ]TEMS-L. 33"x SOBS w ..::...(..fctt.;.!+ $13,45 r/sc a su+rit.es2u.
'' .FLIU' l. _,'B, ->- -__ $5 ,, rJb. 49. : "':,..'..' '." .10-35 OFF tact Glass, rk,.& Operators'Pf I
rRESH FLOU: L. 35MtJ :rMray>'Otter Sizes

vr.tr LT ... L-i1 i129' '". '_i,WW eHRVW_. y! aQ ':1t'lq'pcH'O''B'S: "I< : ;'. ..:N.. ,.. r", ,C;. -.
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r '. *..E'.D. '. : \ ; J 39 Woman. \;lwijgln'| ( 'Murray" .Hal sect' ?_ ".'_ ": -- **/.. 'window .Ce..r"' -. .. <- -<

t,,' U. MW LEJ1. ..i\\... 20 Jtlonv 'to' 'work( t! 'days''03''wee ,'
.;f : 'Tues_lay;*, and Friday: Health
[ I'P : : 91- card and referen .Call Mrs.. ,

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t LARGE R > \,, ...blinds: ::Matt preferred.;KJO' per I ', ca ,wiA
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