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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 22, 1956
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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- .
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University of Florida
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.. I A M U Faculty Urged: More In JP Setbacks Issue Suffers At Lester League Granger Mass Meeting Speaks

By Eric O. Simpson Lester Granger executive director of the National Urban League

To: Avoid Bus Boycott Ernest D. Jackson Jackson- and one of the nation's top Negro figures will be the main speaker ata

ville's first Negro to win the nom- mammoth mass meeting called by the Jacksonville Urban Leaguefor

Peace ination' in for a primary the Justice election of onlyto the Church.Thursday night, September_ 27, at 8 p. m. in the Second'.--1------Baptist .....

t bas1 Cen called to
The me **>s >
be later ousted by the Duval, -
weld a united front following aj

Gore Denies Democratic suffer setback Committee after :setbacK.continues I Ito cut-off of financial support from Urban League Director I

Ordering White Policeman Moved Last Wednesday the Supreme; the Fund Community as a result C of h t-Umted what was To Speak In Jax

Court upheld the ruling of Circuit ,", .. -',
termed :
"pressures" from local .. .:9

Faculty Out Of BoycottBY From Duty At Food StoreA Judge 1949 Duval legislative Claude County Ogilvie act Commission authorizingthe that the to hate The groups.local Urban League was y.

asked to pull out of the National
change the boundaries of the JP
Urban League and use another
STAFF CORRESPONDENT Jacksonville woman reported that she was brutally beaten bya districts without a ratifying vote
Tallahassee: -Dr. George W.Gore, president of Florida A and M white policeman last Saturday outside of a local Super Market of the people was unconstitutional name because of what Chest officials ..yL

University is reported to.have requested the faculty, staff and em- Geneva Glover of 1215 Clay The ruling therefore completely termed "political" remarksby t
ployes of the institution to refrain from active participation in the I Street said that she and her hus- nullified Jackson's'nomination. Granger in Ohio two weeks

bus boycott for,the good of the university. band had gone into Jax Meats to Doctor Faces LossHerPosilioi Undaunted Jackson filed a petition ago.pulling When out League from board the national balked

Gore's remarks which were make some purchases and when! requesting Gov. LeRoy Collins -
body Chest Fund support was
, made in a closed session leaked Whiles they left the store a white officer Of to call: a special Duval County withdrawn. f tw

out and the Inter-Civic Council ., Attempt, stopped the husband and accused primary to give the people .a --
.. .-....sponsors of the-4-month-old: boyCott j .him of'%shop liftingIt :.--rj* .>j T. j Stance_to:vote".Jmd4.U>;nominate :Granger Who has been a top
.. issued a statement charging To Get t Ier.esNeigkborksod turned out that the policeman MiDiS N_A health officer of new candidates 'for the JP posts figure on the national scene is the

that the,president 'in 'an' ultimatum found a package of coffee con- a tri-county area, Dr. Deborah because of the vacancies createdas first Negro K.haldJhe office of
of the NationaTConfefence :
told his staff: "either you Oil cealed in the man's bosom. The Coggins, faces loss of her job after a result of the Supreme Court president -
I of Social Workers and also
are loyal to the university or woman charges however that the eating lunch with a colored nurseat ruling. that
of vice president of the Inter-
loyal to something out there: Cast officer started choking her hus- a Madison restaurantThe But the courageous little fighterwas
national Conference of Social
your lot with this ship or get out' An indication o/f rising racial band and that when she pleaded nurse is Mrs. Ethel Kirk- in for another kayo. Governor Workers. During World War H he

You can't be loyal, to both. tensions in Jacksonville was seen with him he struck her in her face land a well-known Jaxon who resides Collins rejected the plea be- served as Special Advisor and as ,_.
When asked about the council when a group of white Edison with the butt of his revolver and at 1205 West 8th Street. fore the petition was actually de- a result of his recommendations
statement Gore said that as presi- Avenue residents protesting the caused her to fall against the glass On Sept 5 the Madison livered to the governor's office.A the LESTER GRANGER '
County Navy integration program was
dent of the university he felt com- presence of Negro families in an window of the store. I Commission asked the State Collins' aide said Thursday into effect Former Navy Advisor
Mrs. Glover was fined $50 in I there is no'legal means of callinga put To Speak At Mass MeetingAt
; pelled to tell his staff what ,the area Negroes and whites Board of Health to fire her but
. Court for interference with special primary election in Du- A city-wide committee of prom- Second Baptist Church
situation was and to appeal to have lived almost side by side fora City the board took action. WilsonT.
them to use discretion because long number of years was told arrest and disorderly conduct Sowder, State no Health Officer val County between now and No- inent citizens headed by Dr. Thursday Sept. 27 at 8 p. m. ,
James H. Lewis chairmanpresident -
their actions as an individual ca- Thursday that no governmentalagency NEGRO OFFICER REPLACES; said she was employed by the vember to name nominees for jus- -
of The Afro-American Life
pacity might reflect on the uni- may control the residen- WHITE POLICEMAN commissions.Dr. tice of the peace positions.
versity. ', tial choices of persons. As a result of the incident county Under Florida law, nominationsto Insurance Company, has been Jax Hail Carrier
Coggins has been notifiedby offices falling vacant'between formed to continue the servicesof L
The group, headed by Mrs. Virgil which started outside of the store, "
It was not my intention to the commission it fill meet the and the the Urban League in Jackson- ".'
regular primary
L. Lynn 718 Edison Ave, Julian Jackson, general gen-
interfere in any way with the with her Oct 3 at her request fora eral election are made by party ville during 1957. Facing Charge
came to City Commission with a Jax Meats informed the FLOR-
rights of any individual and nobody discussion of the situation. A
committees. partial list of committee
petition protesting that two Negro had
IDA STAR that he requestedthat
has been fired or is goingto families have recently moved into a Negro officer be assigned to Raeburn C. Home Dr. Coggins Despite all the reverses Jacksonhas members include: Bishop D. Ward Oi Hail Theft

get fired if we keep our heads, rental properties on Magnolia the store to avoid any racial conflict attorney, said he understandsthere not yet thrown in the towel. Nichols, Theodore Redding Eric _
he said, Street. is a move afoot ,to hold a He has dispatched another peti- Simpson, Atty. Ernest D. Jackson,

"Precarious Position The area, the petition said, is He said the store has operatedfor joint meeting of the county com- tion requesting that his name be Dr. Hunter Satterwhite, Rev. A complaint has been filed by
"a predominantly white neighborhood -I with'a missions of Jefferson Taylor and placed on the ballot as an inde- Robert Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. W. Postal Inspector P.J. Rosenberger
"But the situation is that our 13 minimum of
." The 38 signators, mostly years Madison to consider the matter. pendent,candidate. W. Schell L. L Alexander, L H. charging a local mail carrier with
relations here in Tallahassee and disturbance, pointing out that
throughout the state have worsen- from Magnolia St, Oak St, For- Jax Meats was one of the first Dr. Coggins said on August 20, If that fails he said he will run Burney, J. A. Batts, F. Henry theft of U. S. mails.
est and Edison Avenues asked Mrs. Ethel Kirkland, a colored as a "write-in" candidate adding Williams, James Whittington, Dr. The complaint charges that
ed steadily and we are now in a Super Markets to employ Negro
City Commission to force the Ne- registered nurse who is midwife. with a faint smile* "I only hope Nelson Spaulding Atty. DanielW. Morris Fisher a postal service
,precarious position with regard to cashiers. He added: that a Negro
to move. consultant for the'State,Board'of the'people will remember how to Perkins Ralph Stewart Jr, employee of 210 Spearing Street
groes added to '
our future: butcher has now been ,
William M. Madison city at- Health opened a class here for spell thename Ernest D. Jack- Mrs. L H. Williams, Rev. E. M. on Sept 14 stole seven dollars
the meat department
"While the university has regard torney, advised the ,group thaunder colored midwives at her requestOn son." Hurley, Mrs. D. E. Stewart Dr. from a letter addressed to Mrs.

taken no official position with some the law the city "has no August 22, Dr. Coggins Jackson- who impresses- one as Lincoln Childs and many others. Carrie Brown, Route 1,Townsend,
to the local problem of power by zoning to designate wanted to discuss the class with a man who admits to no defeat Ga. which had come into his possession -

j- our university people have become where white or Negro people may REGISTER TO VOTE the nurse and finding her morn- until the last man is struck out and was ,intended to be

"identified with the movement live. The city is entirely power- ing and afternoon schedules full still entertained another hope- REGISTER TO VOTE conveyed by mail.
to the detriment of the university less to govern' the location of the Books Close October 5th she arranged the luncheon conference that the Republicans would place Books Close October 5th Fisher was arraigned followinga

races. A deed restriction which Office in the private dining room of him on their slate-in which case hearing before U.-S. Commis-
"I have appealed to them to limits occupancy of a property to Registration a Madison restaurant with the it is generally felt that the GOP] Registration Office sioner T. V. Cashen and ordered

use discretion and to consider any anyone race of people has been 221 EAST ADAMS consent of three restaurant em- would have a good chance of pull- 221 EAST ADAMS held under $1,000. The defendant

actions they might take with rela- held null and void by the courts." _ployees. ing the Negro vote. made bond and was released.
tion to the future of thejuniver __
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3; "Some.of our most loyal friends ; res 7t jx.
r here have been reluctant to help
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us now And I am frankly worried R ..MLy
about what,will happen when our
appropriation bequests go before a

the next legislature. It behooves

all of us to keep our heads to keep
to; ihis ship from going under.
j' Asked if his action had been .
prompted by the board of control,

): ,which supervises the university

system. Dr. Gore replied that he .
t had acted upon his own initiative
4because he felt it was his respon

I: tsibillty to make tfie fads known. j.

r The Inter-Civic Council said

: :Lthat since the boycott began
'J. "many university r rsonnel have 4 ae '

participated actively in the sup-

I' .port of,the movement called,* inI .." Shown hue'a the newly appointed aid returning from leanBrooks.Kadnsah IHd1ers. The list iDc1wes-Charles T. MaxwelL Norma LUl eJ !in. Wallace s. Rasb.rry. Annette JL

The boycott was C.B 1Ju L The1m Ttlfalr Lillie M.Vfilli ms.Doris7.: Brown.Deloiis F. Middlebrooks. ZeDobia F. Genwrigbf..Se MarshalL Henry A. James. Ida

:test against segregated seating with re 1LogaD.G1orl rcUuhaWUs .Emma L. ,Delores T.Mathews.Dorothy L. Scott Ira B. WBhtasten. MwoU D. Robin.- Nar.f.A. Godwin J bMtoM '

I- quirements. It orifinated: cods St I Ih. Dorothy Dunlap,Mary A.Moore Wilhelemena J.Baldwin. Ma4ode Tern1L Rosemary C. Brooks. Josephine Woo, Bro1n Dg, Nem. CairOL Louise V. CrumaIlj- .* ..
A&M students after two ... 'B.rniee .1.Henderson. ElsIe L.Jolu OD. Debris W..Jones:Pearl Be lowers. Cynthia Be XlDg,Mary IL Lstimer, Dorothr1) Logan. Inca Y.!Uonkoa.Edwin A.-PI.tco:. <, ,; ,;< ,
they Jet : "
were arrested bet* wn.Otha L. Wood B :
: Smith. Aaron -Twiggs.. Vera C. G"> < j ; -
of 'H.li'J.. Rob4nsoa. Lola 13. ScWI, Vazde B. Schenk. AzmeE. Shipp. Miry W Simpsaa..JamesC ..
ttie "rear a
fused crowded to,,bus move and to asked,fer. ;'a re- ry .: I", _' .JrPl&Iowa Eo Hesh f. Je1pheal J(.'JSduoa Faber L ..BartoD. CayDe1le M._ 'Rog.rs.._Henry .ut t z.Ann B.SAHeL Prid1a SII Jb,Dorothy'OUTer Alexander' ..Heard.,. ,; ...c, .: 'f-
fiuihoi-tizeii tar $."*?** -f j'i r J ii>f Wffiwns> ChatloM Brown. Howard Gorton. Emma- Lee Moran.aad' Vanclwita P. CowarL- > i -"'

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1: ';" Till FLORIDA STAR S



: c.. _' PLIGHT IS DUE
PriBsUJ ky Tke FfcrU Star FrtliskiM THE NEGRO'S


P., 0. lox M4tHlq 361,.JeckwayUi.Address: 1.,. FI.rU NEGROES MUST HELP THEMSELVESEditor's

421 ,li*.4 Strut, JecksMrHle. FUrida ,.... EUte 4-377; ( Note: This is the first in a :tenet titled:."Stop
: Blaming the While Man; Negroes Must Help Themselves.)
ERIC 0. SIMPSON M.M ake i EdiH, When this writer thinks about the thousands of words he has

C. ...... ........ -_____:- News Std i written in the past few months about Negroes getting out and regis-

tering so they can vole in the November 5 elections and then we
Negro Press
i. Member of Associated nailed themselves of the
TEXTBOOKS note the appalling low number who hare
opportunity of exercising their rights as citizens he is inclined to
.7%.', OM Ye.', $5.00-; Half Ye.r,, $3.00; Three Meat..., $140 r TEACHING conclude that much of "injustices" and "denial of rights" that
% the white are to a
them man
; i..., .MaW T. Ye., ,Aaywhere U 'tt. UelHd States. RACE HATEAGAINST Negroes gripe are visited upon by
;S.bscrlptk.s" Payabk !I. AaVavca. Soe" Chock .r Many Orders Ta: "' large extent due to the Negro's own negligence.

Negroes white man for all the privationswe
( County : suffer and do
have to some-
have beenpreached f'Duval thing ourselves to rectify the con-
< 1. Negro Firmnen. to, ditions which we gripe over from
"2. Mor Negro Polio Officers. su coaxed, cajoled, day to day. For after all the white

3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. 7-s begged overloud man is not going to sit down and

4. More and Better Schools and Speeding: Up of the r. speaker I plan to improve the Negro's w el-

Building Program.Resistance OUR AMERICAN rI units driving ,: -1 t !. fare. He is too busy planning his
through the own And let's not forget that
strreets, s e r- from the outset-from the found-

monized from i.: ing of this nation-the Negro was,
To League
Ditching pulpits, stirred not considered in the plan for

up at ball park America. He was a part of their
SkowsEid Of! 'Blessed'Hegro' Leader;( I 1 mass meeting Simpson chattel to be used for slave labor.

about the necessity of registeringto But we have come a long way

vote, but still there are thou- with the help of some humane
last week the disgusting -
There was enacted
and and and
sands of men women far-seeing people.
spectacle of a somewhat kindly old gentleman who has young people just turned 21 who It is up lo us lo do something

long considered himself the "leader" of the Negroes in Jacksonville have not taken the time to fulfill about bettering our condition ..

calling upon the Negro members of the interracial that one obligation to themselves.Yet If we want full citizenship we
Urban League to walk out on the
board of the Jacksonville
these non-voters are the must lake the first step toward
National Urban League and continue its operations under i < "'.... same people who are the first la citizenship and' that is to:

another.. name. somewhat nauseatin "The Falsity of Such- Teaching Has"Been Exposed Through Integration": say that the while man is trying REGISTER AND VOTE.
It is indeed very disturbing-if to keep them down that the (To Be Continued Next Week)
-when we are confronted with the type of good old "whit SCORPIO while man compels us lo attend

friends" of the Negro who believe that Negroes should give ':"'" Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 inferior schools gives us inferior -

up the things they have striven for and repudiate the thing Chance takes over where you facilities denies us YOU'RELOCKED
they believe in whenever our "good white friends" call the Your Weekly leave off. Don't remain in the drainage and cver; facilities and
background and permit circun-
turn. paved streets in the areas wherewe
F__ .TI "'""y meats, acksonrille has had a "blesse Horoscope Guide stances or your powerful connections lire and also deprives us from
system" whereby a few ambHIousrKcsjuen.and wome to operate ,in your favor that
civil jobs so
completely barren of racial pride are the ones named to'v.ri- -- Should you intervene because of
'WHICH ARE LUCKY DAYS FOR we can share in the jobs that our
committees and boards. These "blessed Negroes, in return YOUR impatience or lack of confidence, OUTof
for the favors and positions of influence that their whit BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL this period indicates that you laxes are used to defray. much
All of that i.; just so
patrons place them in are thereafter willing and ready at all would be placing roadblocks i in "
a times to carry out the bidding of their masters, even at .tbe By PABLO, ASTROLOGER. the path of your supporters and I "milarky.attend The ioTcuor white schools man makesus and the election

of selling out their Negro brethren. disservice if
cost doing yourself a you
inferior facilities because
We are happy to state, however, that the rigid manner i iwhich .. stand in your own way. YoUr the gives us does not vote in large unless you'reregistered
the majority of the Negro members of the Urban Lea ARIES home and money should be surprisingly sign reveals that you help your enough numbers to make the

gue's board opposed pulling out of the National Urban Leagu Born March 21 thru April 19 realized. A few condi- friends, and fulfill your hope, elected officials who vote the

is an indication that there are some Negro men and women: Match your pace to that of tions or delays could intervene, when you use wisdom, restraint various appropriations aware. that

in our community who possess the attributes for leadership events. As long as you do not try; but they will not detract from the and mature judgment (30th). we as Negroes will vote them out
and will not be led around by their noses by the "good whit to mold circumstances to you final favorable outcome. Be par- 1-77-80-15-67-195. of office when they pass laws that' gee

fathers," ;but instead, will stand up courageously for wha way of thinking, and you folio ticularly on your toes to follow are detrimental to our livelihood.If .

they believe is right and just. in the footsteps of the many fin through and collect whatever rewards SAGITTARIUS Negroes had been registeredin
Indeed, Jacksonville will experience more bountiful progress openings awaiting you, you wil you have coming. Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 large enough numbers throughout -
when it is rid of the "blessed Negro" leadership, wh have nothing to worry about It 150661263378. Your hopes lie in the future. the state of Florida men like

rather than work for the advancement of their people, serve to'' would only spoil things if you try; This is the time not only to mat Charlie'E. Johns, Prentice Pruitt,

only.as puppet agents of their white'patrons who want to-improve-on-the fortun< -. ---LEO> < oj "- ,as many friends as you can, but John J. Crews and J. Emory Cross !I
throttle and maneuver the progress of Negroes. that chance offers you on a plat Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 to bolster your hopes in the progress ( would not have been elected to
We have only the highest rjJsjeJarheNegro memberof ter by taking personal steps tha Inspiration fires your imagination. of mankind and, consequent- office with the result that we Locked out of the fun and excitement .
e's'boardwHo resisted the move to pulloutfrom as your friend either round
the :Urban are neither necessary nor desir The ideas 1y, your own. Uranus has been
that flash through
white : would not have seen put into the precinct::: polls! Cut off with-
the National body and also for those mem able. your mind may be said to be of called the symbol of "the brave law some of the ridiculous bills out a say-ao about the next president -
bers who supported them and did not walk out with those 320331869572.TAURUS super-natural origin. Even if it is new world," and you can have offered in the last special legis- or national defense! Y OQwon't
had professed to be our "friends"Thank even have the right to com
whites who long confidence that things are goin
too early to act them jot
on .
lative session.In plain if you neglect your right to
rid of.this "blessed Negro"leadership
God that we are getting to develop more along the line
them down for the time when order to secure better streets register and vote.
that has been hindering our progress for many; Born April 20 thru May 20 you will use them to find a uni of your highest aspirations. You in Jacksonville or get the Civil Don't lock yourself out of this
years and that there are men and 'women, both Negro am Workaday activities are on the que place in your environment. sign indicates that the more pea- Service board to abolish its dis- year'a key elections.you've Jurt
white with the sense of honesty and integrity that impel pie convert to view become a bride just moved, or
rise. You are likely to find thi Your sign reveals'that you have you your criminatory policy of making i just passed your 21st birthday
them to stand up for the right and the just. the busiest period of the month the mental equipment as well as and gain as friends, collaborators available certain jobs only to register now. And start asking

Your sign brings interesting opportunities personal magnetism necessary for pr powerful backers, the more whites. Negroes will hare to use all your friends...
to improve lot those who to the role of you will contribute to the coming
your the weapon of the vole to convince
All Of Us Must Help both at home and wherever the leadership. changes that will prove exciting the City Commission that Is your name ******

call of duty beckons. Lead the 9-10--33-18-71-695. and uplifting. unless they order to Civil Service in the ***
way in instituting new ideas that 3-80-99-18-74-412. to cease its practice they will be

The Urban League NowWhen will improve the efficiency of VIRGO dealt with at the polls. book? I /
persons who work for you as well Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 We must stop blaming the
Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
Your sign also re-
as yourself. The unexpected may be the
veals that your gainful efforts rule. Although there is nothing to APRICORN
the Jacksonville .Urban League was rather than speculative enter- Security comes through savings
week that it will no longer receive the support of the Com the should warrant action on your part to four thrifty and economical nature -
prises are ones you
achieve ambitions this week,
of its failure to give your
munity Chest-United Fund as a result enables you to be always
concentrate on for economic sta
do not turn back when un-
in to a move to withdraw its affiliation with the National bility. circumstances prepared for the proverbial
that the local branch will lose some usual developments and "
Urban League, it meant 2-60-55-17-73-498. bring the rewards for rainy day. But the opportunityo
thing like about $18,000 yearly. you build up your private and
Briefly the Urban League is a national social service or- past good deeds and omplish- joint resources by unusual methods -
GEMINI ments. Be prepared mentally as
ganization for the improving of living conditions of Negroesand and at an accelerated pace
relation- Morn May 21 thru June 21Today's well as physically in the interimto
for increasing cooperative and understanding hould not be overlooked.,Should
ships between white and colored citizens. Its special programis dreams are tomorrow's step into the openings that you feel that you require further Y- .
in the fieldsof deeds. The mental stimulationyou lead to the fulfillment of your
one of research and community organization nlightenment on the subject be-
employment, industrial relations and vocational guidance, receive from dynamic Uranus destiny srt you take definite steps, you
and recreation.In puts you far ahead in the race 411201351326.LIBRA
housing education, can consult experts, professional
order to carry on its broad program to improve the for progress and discovery. This ounsellors or a wise old friend

living conditions of the Negro people in this community the period indicates an opportunity to 9-77-80-15-76-595.
Jacksonville Urban League must secure funds.J. seek greater knowledge or training Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23

Philip Waring, executive director of the local branch so as to be among the first Make your wish and wait. AQUARIUSBorn

said this week that loss of the Chest funds will mean that when the world is ready to take Wishes have a way of coming true Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
and mother step forward. Your sign when least expects it so
the organization will have to streamline its operations one Enlightenment comes through
to some degree curtail some of its activities. However, he gives added weight to the belief make certain that yours really ex- thers.You are not likely to makelany
services will be that you have much to gain by what desire. You may
hastened to explain that none of the vital press you mistakes when you find a
abolished. being in the forefront with inno- well say that you have chance on asis for harmony with your mater

With the loss of this support it now becomes the duty ofevery vations, ideas and creative exam- your side in the form of the un- others dedicated to a mutual

Negro to support the Urban League GENEROUSLY, ples. expected. Form a close friendship luse. Your sign reveals that you
so that none of its services for the betterment of Negro living 6 41-30-IS-78-652. should the occasion arise as it can safely place yourself in the

and community improvement shall be in anyway curtailed.I rould be through this relationshipthat ands of trusted advisors when

White people, too, in our community should see it as CANCER the stage will be set for a you are setting the stage for future -
their responsibility to prevent the Urban League from being Born June 22 thru July 22 new and interesting way of life. enterprises and progress. The

strangled in its operations because a few hate groups were Opportunity knocks on your You could create an opening to coming month will remove manyf

able to pressure the Chest-United Fund to cut off its support ioor. It is better to wait until you save or make money through a the obstacles that are now 1400 WRHC1400

Today it is the Urban League, but tomorrow it might be hear its unmistakable call rather shrewd and confidential trans- landing in your way.
the Camp Fire Girls, the Catholic Charities the Jewish Welfare than going out and seeking it. action. 233401269227.PISCES .
Society, the Salvation Army or the Young Women's Your hopes that are related to 5-99-100-14-56-313. KEN KNIGHT

Christian Association.
Our white citizens should see the need for supportingthe GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 Born Fob. 19 thru March 20
it could continue its broad program for industrious.is PresentingKNIGHT
that favors the
league so him u.. this cou,... Lee,. Mere ebost yemself. Sead 10 Mats (... dime Chance
bettering the Negro's living conditions and educating so !. ceia; ) for cock _rosc.,. ordered by MIL iMbdo self .ddMo4.rtanpod long as you go'ahead and TRAINs
that he can fill positions in industry because the improve- ....10,.. Write ptehty. nil offer d... aer _"ely to reside*** shoulder your responsibilities,
ment of the Negro's life means more sales to white firms, of tfce 4o&l lo* of Ccaede.I even in the face of the many obstructions 9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

more buildings for contractors, more mortgage interest for asst ..o that stand in your way,
better trained servants and domesticsin r ; ; find that unexpected
banks and healthier, I '' FLORIDA STAR ASTXOLOGfftP. you may SWEET CHARIOT
their homes to cook their food and care for their children. O. OX U f r 3'I evelopments will intervene iyour .

ALL OF US MUST CONTRIBUTE TO THE URBAN I I JACKSONVILLE 1. ILA.N. .. I II behalf when you feel that 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
LEAGUE NOW! )ou cannot go further. As long as
you always put your best foot forward -
I.u ..... I II and keep your economic Features,
REGISTER affairs[ in balance the various obI BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

I I Cy *tte t ,I acles that usually creep up from

.; To Vole In November D**_* ., 1NR1 day to day could only retard your 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday
I Meath I temporarily at best.
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I:- ,,:J .- q :..-: ,.', Ai't:'tJ 7 T ,' i1- ,? :?-1'i,. [*,:! :_'.-,I-:::1'. F.Alxwwd.r Nuptial* Performed In Co!.rful Setting I

Mr. and Mrs. Carter L. Bryant Street. Many affairs were given c .

han returned to the city after in.their honor.
two weeks vacation in Chicago

m. Detroit Mich and Canada.Mr. The.Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Barnes
Bryant was a,delegate to the i of, 1527 Lee Street have returned
National Post Office: Clerks Con, I to the city after attending.the National k

veatfon in ,Chicago. II Baptist Convention in Denver -
Colo. They also visited Ama- -t
Mrs. Mamie C. Smith is con- rib Texas. s
valescing in her home at 2805

Davis St. She is a member of 'MLArarat Mr. and Mrs.. Paul H. Harrisonand k : 41 : r
and Mrs.
Baptist Church. family Maggie

Dickens of Marianna, were the ; Vt : S : k
,Mrs. Evelyn,Squires Foy of 791 house guests of Mr. and Mrs::JohnG.
N. Lincoln Ct., returned to the Davis, last week end. 4: qjx d I :
city recently after ..spendingher :

vacation in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. end Mrs. Carter L. Bryant Yo j 44 ..v .
have returned to the city after i ,

Mr,:and .Mrs. Gordon C. Smith two weeks vacation in Chicago a ,
returned to the city recently after Ill, Detroit, Michigan and .Can ir N l ? xS.
spending several days in :Alabama' ada. Mr. Bryant was a delegate x ', '
and Georgia* to the National Post Office Clerks .
convention in Chicago I .) V

Mrs. Pearlie Edwards Douglas I V.,
of 7M CL-returned to the city Mrs. Mamie C. Smith is.convalescing ;, ,
recently: after spending ier vacation in"her home at 2805 Davis Fwr w t' 1JS .
In Winter Garden as houseguest St. She is a member of Mt Ararat ;
of Mr.:and Mrs. V. Carter. Baptist Church. I
a .
Mrs. .Bessie Brown Johnson, Mrs. Evelyn Squires Foy of "791 ,:;

formerly of this city Taut now a N. Lincoln Ct. returned to the r, .k: T MARITAL EVENT Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. John Stephen Foster are seen at left following
resident of Washington, D. C: is city 'recently after spending her a the exchange of marital vows here on Sunday. August 26. In the photo above are seen the maid of
the house guest of her sister Mrs vacation in Indianapolis, Ind. honor and bridesmaids with the bride. From left are Miss Alice Ann Foster. Mrs. Josephine Wimbr. I
R. B. Counts at 1470 Mitchell St. the bride. Mrs. Tillia Alexander Foster. Miss Adele Alexander and Miss Gertrude Alexander. (See
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Smith story below). -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS
Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Mack of returned to the city recently after

Philadelphia, Pa, accompaniedby spending several days in Alabamaand
Mrs. Lillie Colbert mother of Georgia. Miss Tillie Alexander Is BrideOf I BETHUNECOOKMANALUMNI

Mrs. Mack of Columbus S. c.,

and grandchildren Elvin Mack. Mrs.'. Pearlie Edwards Douglasof .r John Stephen Foster In JaxMiss CHAPTER
Jr. and Karen Mack were recent 702 <=,1. "B" returned to the city I

visitors in the city as the house' recently after spending her vaca- ELECTS OFFICERS
guests of Charles D. Brooks, Sr. tion in Winter Garden as house a. Orrie Tillie Alexander of this city daughter of the late Mr. I
on East Pippin St. Mrs.: Mack a guest of Mr and Mrs. V. Carter. and Mrs. W. H. Alexander and granddaughter of Mrs. Tillie H.
cousin Prof. Brooks and family Oxendine and John Stephen Foster son of Mrs:! R. S. Foster and the The 1956-57 officers of Bethune-
visited New Stanton Senior High Mrs. Sessie Brown Johnson for- late Mr. R. S. Foster were united in marriage on Sunday. August 25, Cookman Alumni Chapter were
School while In the city. merly of this city but now a_resident in the St. Pius Catholic Church with-Father Peter Curran officiating. elected in a recent meeting..
of Washington, D. C. is the Arrangements of white gladiolas S
The Rev W. M, Littles, pastorof hoUse' guest of her sister Mrs. R. and palms decorated the altar. Nathaniel Davis was elected
Alexander Memorial and Cot- B. Counts at 1410 Mitchell Street The organist was Mrs Alpha Wedding Bells president; Robert Hall Vice-presi-
Jon "Chapel'Methodist Churches Moore and the soloist Mrs. Al- dent; Clarence Fears, business

:'has returned to the, city afterupending Mr and Mrs. Elvin Mack of venna Alexander sister-in-law of Applications for Marriage manager; William Richardson
his vacation in Raleigh Philadelphia Pa. accompanied by the bride. Licenses public relations; Mrs. Lois Hill

,Durham- and Washington, N. .C.Be :.,Mrs. Lillie Colbert mother of YWCA Initiates Fall Activities The bride was given in marri- secretary kand Mrs. Dora Anderson -

reports a very pleasant stay. Mrs. Mack of Columbia S,(X, and age by her brother. Harry Alex- Oscar Williams 1017" W. Church!: chaplain. ..
"relatives and friends., grandchildren Elvin Mack Jr. and ander. Willard Foster served as
"with And Schedules Special Training St, age -30 and Hattie M. Small. Committee chairmen were,also
Karen Mack were recent visitorsin best man and Joseph Thayer Wil- 017" W. Church St, age 26. appointed. Mrs. Louise "Burden
Cecil Jackson of 1504 Davis St. the city as the house guests of liam Alexander (brother of the on the founders committee; .Edmund -
Daft the dry recently for St. Al'Jban Charles D.' Brooks Sr. on East Activities for the Fall of the YWCA began on Thursday when bride) and Warren Witsell (cousinof Herbert Watson, 1227 FranklinSt i Mathews dance; Miss
Island. N. T. to visit,his brother Pippin St. Mrs. Mack a cousin of 'he Religious Education Committe presented the Minister'sWivesFete. the groom) served as ushers. age 26 and Cora L. Moore, Mable Stewart 'open house; 'Mrs.

James Jackson. He will also Prof. Brooks and family' visited ..Mrs..:Alverta,Cook served as chairman. Miss Culelle Alexander sisterof 1227 Franklin St., age 18. W. Bryant and W. Richardson

.visit .Mil* Elisabeth Kelly ,in New Stanton High School whilein The Fete is planned to establish I the bride was maid,of honor. Leo Garrison 939 Davis St.. age float; Christmas Mrs. Gertrude

;Philadelphia. PLKrs.Ruth.Carter the city. a closer,relationship between the 4 chairmen. branch. committee Mrs. Josephine Wimby sister of! 21 and Essie M. Rollins. 1025-C, Styles;-annual meeting Mrs. Lois
YWCA and ministers. I members,- advisors inter-club t the bride from Gainesville; Miss Kings Road age 17." Hill; budget. Mrs. Alma Daniels;

of 1524 Johnson Del Ladies Club Mrs, Cook was assisted by, Mrs.E. I eouncjl_members and, departmental Alice: / Ann' Foster., sister ,of. the AIp& nso..Bradley 1709" Ever- scholarship Edmund' Mathewsand
St, is recuperating in her Rio T. Tutson publicity; Mrs. M. R. I officers_ are'to attend the groom and Miss Gertrude Alexander son Court, age 24 ang'Barfa.r..J. Peter Clayton; 'membership.
home. She Ian member of the Mt.Ararat Celebrates AnniversaryMrs. Simpkins and Mrs. Hallie., invitations :session. sister of the bride servedas Williams 533 W. Orange St, age Mrs. ptaoragsAtsthearSrc-aQd- '. Mrs.
; Baptist Church. ; Mrs. Fannie Foster, program Community organizations and bridesmaids.Their 21. i Daniels, welfare. --
; Mrs. D. Home, Mrs Rosa the gowns of silk nylon in. I
wishing to buildingcan
George'Lee Smith of S14 Jefferson Thelma Brown president' burroughs Mrs. Maggie Carter : do use mint green featured sweetheart! Henry G. Wade, 416 Lee St, Sunday at 5 p. m. in the YWCA

St is visiting relatives and of the Del Rio Ledies Club has Mrs. E.: M. Hurley, Miss Ernestine ments through so bymaking.the office arrange-of the neck lines with long full skirts age 23 and Hattie L. Davis, 328 I has been announced as the next

friends in Paterson, N. J. He will announced the fifth anniversary Frazier. Mrs. A. M. Redfield and clerk. over taffeta. E. Beaver'St, age 20. meeting date.
visit friends in New YorkCity celebration of the club for Sept. Mrs. Ann McGee. The maid of honor and the
also --
branch is located at 582 W.
and Hartford, ConnMrs. ; 24 in the Evergreen Baptist Sept. 29 is set for special train- bridesmaids carried a cascade -
.Church. The church, is located at! ing day"for leaders i nteh YWCA 8th Street. bouquet of white carnations. I
Lucille Taylor a member Logan and Cleveland Streets.A of which Mrs., L H.' Burney is The bride's gown of chantillylace BIll.Smith Pontiac Inc.

of Mt. Ararat. Baptist Church is program is' planned to be pre chairman. The time is announcedat bodice over silk taffeta hada ,
reported ill in her home at 1207 sented at the time. 9:30: a. m. and will continue Jax Matrons Attending scalloped neckline and the vol- .'----:;! '
various clubs of the city uminous silk taffeta skirt was
3arneU.Sfreet. The through 4:20 m. ANNOUNCES
p. .
In St. LouisMrs.
have been invited to attend and Mrs. Olga Bradham Mrs. Ann Convention : highlighted with a full overflowing < ftj
Mr. and Mrs. Russell L. Mur- the one wiUfthe} largest representation McGee.. Mrs. Hallie Sampson Mrs. skirt terminated in a The of '. .: \\. / I
*ell of Braddock,Pa' and Clark is to'be awarded a cash Florence J. Nixon Mrs.. Vera Elizabeth Austin, wife of wide chapel train. The sleeves ,t ';' ;\"
#JS. Murrrell pf San Francisco, prize. Davis, Mrs. Lois Hill. Mrs. Mabel William.Austin, well-known Pull- were finger tip. Her veil of finger-
Calit. were recent visitors in thttty" King and Mrs. Wilner Dorrell will man employee of014 East First length French illusion was fastened H. C. DONALDSales

They are the sons of :Mrs. ExhibitTo assist Mrs Burney.. Street is aitendin-g' second to a Juliet crown of pearls '
>nzinie- D,. Murrell of 917 W. 8th Sluw.Cltarwe. ; All club presidents committee Triennial National Convention of and tinted sequins. She carried a OS -
Jax the Ladies Auxiliary to the Broth- white missel topped with white RepresentativeFor
Shown In
erhood' of Sleeping Car Portersnow purple throated orchids with a

-. MUsCLES /tJf'IJtlftJ hi.session in St. Louis,Mo. streamer-of'LUies of the Valley. New and Used
There will be a ,demonstrationand Following the ceremony a reception -
Mrs. Austin is president of the
...... .....-.. ...... ..... ..... ....' exhibit displaying "Miami's local Ladies ,Auxiliary to the was held in the bride's PONTIAC CARS L'j1T .
elM aT cac."""' ''.rwra Multi-M l1ion Dollar Slum Clearance The Gospel Echoes, under the home. The bride's table was cov-
-= ..................trWrhranlta Brotherhood of Sleeping Car
I'f. II(
III6IC 'Program" on Friday, Oct. 19 direction of Mrs. Inez Sirens will civic ered with a lace French tablecloth When You Think of
...... e.eeate tee itk.ess Porters and prominent in '
___ .-ea. .4ree Y. at 8'p. n% in the Clara White Mission present an after class meeting recital upon which a four tiered wedding CarCall.
..awe ......awry s rel. 613 W. Ashley Street. on Tuesday in lb. St. Paul affairs. -I i cake was placed topped with a Buying a

The display will be shown AME Church In the interest of Mrs. Austin plans to. visit :minature bride and groom. .
anld relatives in Detroit,
< under the auspices of the Jack- Women's Day. friends I Chrysanthemums,and greenery
LEARN TO DRIVETte sonville Business League. Little Jacquelyn Bivins, 'child Mich., New York and Philadelphia I surrounded the cake and punchbowL H. C. DonaldPopular

There will be no admission and. wonder singer' is scheduled: to The bridal party and immediate -
Tte ..., ,,TW' feeieetWerTe the public is invited. appear with this group. Mrs. Mary Lue ,Carswell of : family were served pink Ex-Head Waiter
Lam Shiloh and Mrs. Lena Ballot_ Mt. champagne and cake.
EL 52026Bill
AJAXDRIVINe"SCHooL Usher board 1 of St. Paul AME Zion AME Church also membersof Serving was Mrs. L. M. Gregory

GmIMG UP NIGHTs Church will sponsor its annual tea the local auxiliary are attend- Mrs. M. Daniels and Mrs.

JI Weakneu'" loet-. on Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. in the ing the meeting. Olga Higginbothan.The Inc.
CALL EL 40639Geerfe ,1I worneda""BJacSdcr>> e rmattonl)In-or basement of the church.A bride's book was kept by Smith Pontiac ;
UT% S. d.. Ucocamoa ; ,
has been arrangedfor
Perpeno Eldnty sod Btaitor ttttUUOM. 'program Miss Rosa Coglin a very close
try CTSTXX for Btck **> **.M" ass this occasion. Stork friend. Avenue Phone EX 8-9711
1134 W. 5th Street =-.*aS Z&L.y 5R Bnt tad MBM oOTSTU = On Oct. 10 at 8 p. m, the group 1044 2118 Kings
will reside at
,. ... .... test.ye*,ter** .- will observe its anniversary with The couple
Deliveries W. 25th Street
local; talented persons participating. -
I You Don' Have to Go to Town to Get

Bern lo: Civic Minded Citizens
._ The Frazier Sisters will appearin .
r. a recital in the Mt. Olive Prim- Robert L. Bryant, and Bessie, I Aiding Scout Program LOW PRICES '

itive.Baptist Church- of which the 2546 43rd St. boy Sept 8.
.Rev. J. M. Dixon is pastor on Althea and Delores Anderson.
and friends sympa- On Your
2 p sNElS{ :Monday at 8 p. m. 3422 N., Ardisia Rd boy. Sept. 8. thetic toward the scouting program '
Eunice and Carlena Bell 1482E.
rA are giving free work time at NEEDS
Clara White Mission 23rd SU. boy? Sept. 9. Camp Coacoochee during week DRUG STIlE
Sidney and Elsie Gaines Jr.
O I ends in order that various camp
Gets Check For $1,000 '1356 Steele St. boy July 27. projects may be completed and Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store.WeWill
and Leamie Graham, 2926
Willie ,
wows r/mff SKIM*
the camp made one of the finest.

HAIl' i P :#r1iNlM., .. Miss'from Eartha the.-M.Tfust.Department M. White received Redmond Martin and Ave,Willie boy July Govan 28. 'Jr. A swimming pool has already Meet Any Prices Advertised .
fifth Court G, girl. July 28. been constructed on the campsiteand Your Local.
oi..the-Barnett National Bank a 633 the Scouts In .PapersWIlD'S
was used by Boy
IIACIC *INt check Jorv$1,000:00-for the CIarWbie. James andJessie, Motley 1155%
A dining
during summer camp.
from.the estate of W. 19th St, girl July 28.
.... ill Wl IMM ZMP91r Mrs.. Gertrude Mission Hollins Wilson asa Wm. and Delia 'Johnson, 188'l'' hall which completion.will seat 125 or moreis HUE PHARMACY_
.... .... ..... ':'memorial to her childhood Hardee St, boy. Aug. .1,
p Mrs..Tannie Christopher' Joseph and Ruthie Xe 1947 Lending work"time during the 1M2 ICINGS MAO .t MYKTLE AVENUCPHeMB I
nurse,tyre late ; '
weekend J. E. Hutchins '.EL ,J-M77-9I ,
Louisiana ,St, girl Aug. 6. past was
The funds Reynolds.will .be applied toward Roosevelt and Nora Mote, Jr. L. C. Prison Davis, Seabrook. Emerson *..'&*%./' w. /Io"fOl Ml Pocters ,,,scriptloll. I s sPAY
727 Franklin St, girl Aug. 6. Thompson Roxwell Rob- TELEPHONE -
liquidating the mortgage.Miss YOUR LIGHT WATER AND i
'Calv Morse Arthur Williams 4
is hoping to be able Charlie and Eloise Johnson, 1912 i1 so n
to.raise White"the balance of $10,000 before W. 5th St, girl Aug. 1. : ,,Jonathon'F..9 irshee,-Thorton BILLS AT OUR STORESetu j ji !
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L. Cheatham
November"S"wtJch Trill"be Love and Doris Mims 1333 W. Belcher Hamilton i
her 80th birthday 18th St, girl; Aug. 7. L. R. Aarons and M.-L. Rudd 1 I



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'hN' Farr'' THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday September 22, H54 ,

I Ministers And ,Deacons Mutual' Union Will Convene Oct. 26th .::1

Swuunrille' Bajtisi--- CkirckIs r l : ttewly Orfpamzed Ckoras To Be Dedicated At St. Stephens AM'I-'I

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:Sceac 'Of# Ckircknei's. KeelI iccx. '.:' ., :.: ;

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The Ministers and Deacons Mutual Union Auxiliary of the ,"'.'

Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association of which the Rev. B. W.

Williams is Moderator, scheduled to convene with Summerville i
Baptist_Church on Sept. 26-30, the Rev. W. G. Rogers. pastor. Vim. 1

The*ReV" W. 'M.. Smith, presi- >

dent;;::Rey. W. Q. Rogers, Vlcepresident At 2 p. m. is the layman move EM S S ks -
; Deacon Jones,'recording ment. C: W. Williams will pre __ _
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secretary Rev. R.B.Williams, !\

c corresponding secretary C. W. side.The youth movemnt at 2:30 p. _

i Williams, treasurer and the Rev. m. Claudine Williams Neoma

LlWest: Missionary are the officers Joiner and Mary Alice Blount and _

named for the officer's men's all youth choirs of the district are

department.. to serve.
,Iii" the women's department !

Mrs.. M. 1.. Beamon is president; L k

Mrs-Donni Carter, vice-president; Recital Features

Mrs/Tressie I*. Williams recording
-s secretary; Mrs. Eva West corresponding Local ArtistsMrs. S _' 'C

secretary and Mrs. ,

Mattie Adams :Missionary. Emma Bush Johnson and ;j! ..J 3-==:; :;::. : ":', :' y: mti!
lAde Wilbert and Robert Norman

will conduct devotional on Miss Evelyn Johnson will featurethe Dedication services for the newly organized Male Chorus of St. Stephen AME Lawson chaplain; Willie Wilson. Neal Bland organist: L. W. Howard. Jr.. L. E.

} opening night beginning at, {:3O Johnson Four in their first Church will.be held Sunday evening beginning at 7 o'clock in the auditorium of the Sessions: back row: Henry Bellamy. Oscar L Taylor rice president; Cornelious Boyd
8 in the,Abyssinia

p.rn. recital onOctober church. The sermon will be given by the pastor the Be!. T. Wilfred Bullard. The James Genwright. 'president; John.W. Williams treasurer. Members not shown

"On Sept 27. Rev. W. M: Wrightis Baptist Church. chorus will sing several selections. are Howard Guyton. secretary; Johnnie Howard and Henry McMickens.

to deliver the sermon.Rev. G. The group includes Orion Johnson.Warren Members of the group include.left( tp right) front tow: Dixie Gibbs. Asbury -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
and Archie .
W Alderman alternate. The Clifford
choir and'usherS of Philadelphia Jr. and Miss Johnetta Johnson, all: --

Baptist James Church Pugh and will serve.Henry Bakerare and members well known of Abyssinia gospel' singers Choir of 4, Orlando Matron Is Mali SpeakerFor Church NotesMiss Methodist Laymen FRATERNAL NOTESAll

the city. .

Sept.In'charge 28,':The Rev.of R.devotional'B. Williams on this Also scheduled will be to the appear one'hundred on Women's Day At CeilraTCME- Ruth Adams will serve as Annual Heel Set members of the A. J. Collins -

will Rev, Porter Turner, program
preach general chairman and Mrs. Mary
voice choir under the'direction Lodge 602 are requested to be
alternate. The choir and ushers Johnson co-chairman when the
: of Samuel Davis and Cecil Mrs. Thelma Jackson Dudley of Carter's Tabernacle CME I Daytona Dr. Richard V present at their next meeting on
of Summerville Baptist Church women of New St. James AME
Fisher; the Female Chorus of I Church Orlando, is the Women's Day speaker-at 11 a. m. hour Moore. Flonja Conference Lay Tuesday night Sept. 25, at 7:30 p.
are scheduled to serve. Church observe Women's Day
: Zion Hope Baptist Church, Miss of worship on Sunday in Central CME Church. Leader, said the Board of Lay m. Members are asked to come
at 9:45 ,
p 14.
Sunday morning a. m. Oct.
,Marva Jenkins,Mrs. Laura Jackson Mrs. Dudley is a teacher in Activities of the Florida Conference prepared to pay all dues and as
the model School is to be II'
Sunday Delivering the main address
and others. English in the high school of Orlando has announced that Florida sessments. Joseph Watts is the
conducted,by the district superintendent will be a well prepared lady of
.-Rev. R. Scott will review Mrs. Irma Lynch, president of I and ,the daughter of .Rev.. Mi. Zion AME Set this community. Laymen will meet on Sunday secretary. A. Collins, Worshipful

the Professional Business Women I O. R.Jackson.Miss September 3'), at 9 a. m. at the Master.

the lesson. Club will serve as mistress of Clementine Brown will introduce For Women's McCabe Methodist Church in St.
..The sermon at 11:45: a,m. willJ DayWomen's The men of Waymon Chapel
ceremonies; Emanuel ;Jackson as Mrs. Dudley and Mrs. O. Petersburg Fla., with Rav. S. D.
>e delivered by Rev W. M. Smithor AME Church have completed
dean of hosts ,and Mrs. Cordie A. Jackson and Mrs. Julia Bur-- Bankston, Gulf District Superintendent -
his ahppointee; Rev. L. West, plans for Men's Day set for Sun
alternte.. The choir and ushers Jackson, dean of hostesses. well will preside during the serv Day set for October 21 ; Rev. C. D. Higgs pastor; COME OUT .
The featured soloist will be ice. Mrs. M. L. Johnson Mrs. A. at Mt Zion AME Church of which day.Bartow and MrNathan W. Smith Gulf To BEAUTIFUL
of First New Zion. Baptist Church. Woods will serve.as
will Mrs. Elsie Wilson and the anniversary L. Griffin Mrs. Annette Gera- the Rev. W.;jF. Foster is pastor District Lay Leader acting as
serve. general chairman supported by
sermonette will be delivered deau Mrs. Mable Jones, Miss Vet-: will find Mrs. Agnes Reeves act hosts. Dr. J. Herbert Touchstoneof MAGNOLIAGARDENS
the entire men's body df the
by the Rev. S. L. Badger rice Washington Mrs. ,Meltonia ing as chairman and Mrs. Amelia church." the General Board of Lay Activities

pastor of Emanuel Baptist Lily, Rev. Ella Williams, Mrs. 'Buckner co-chairman. of Chicago 111., will be
JEHJOY UTMOST SMVflCUS The men's choir and usher
,Church. Hattie Jackson Mrs. Ruth White I Mrs. T. O. Butler is program the morning speaker.

AHD COHVEHIENCE Others elated to participate on and Mrs..Clementine Harris will I chairman and Mrs. Lydia Sweet, board will serve. The afternoon"session will beginS And Inspect

the program are Rev. A. E. Crum- play prominent parts at this time. co-chairman; Mrs. Anna' Brooks, S 2 p. m. with a panel discussion

Gillette ady Rev. Robert Wilson Harry The Sunday School session will I chairman of souvenir program Recital To Be GivenAt on the theme, "Laymen Challengein The New Homes

Tuckman the Celestial Spiritual find visitors from the various I and Mrs.Claudia Spears, cochairman the Quadrennial Program." Dr. Now' Being Built

5vpcf Speed RAZOR Singers, Robert Goshay Robert churches of the city inr-charge of ; Mrs. Mabel Ohphanl'chairman Central BaptistA William Higgins, local dentist of

Carter Thomas Jackson AndrewMcCali classes and the review of the les- i of music; ways and means Palatka Fla., will preside as Two or Three

iNlM Silt. etADBNN'B ,. -'Hamilton, Elizabeth' artt'' fcygy : :committee chairman,:,MrsaSophia I" A grand recital is slated for moderator while ,Mr. T B. McPherson Bedroom Homes;, .
B AND Hirnillnr- 3 -Carter..- Laura j At 4 p* m.the young people Starkes;,Miss'Sarah Hicks, chairman .I Sept. 30'at 8 p. m. in the Central of the Gainesville District -;:

tali er Daniels, Sandra Hall, Yvonne' with,Mrs. Norma Walker will assemble finance committee; Mrs. Wil- Baptist Church sponsored by Senior ; Mr. H. J. Greene of Fort!1 Concrete Block

4 r Ti--- Quick, Bessie Mae Tyler, Corine to render, and hear an helmenia Skinner, chairman decoration I Choir 1. Pierce; :Mr._Harry L. Burney, Jr., and Brick Homes
Helen Felix, Mamie f interesting program. Mrs. Thelma committee, and Miss Ale-
Chaney, Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson and Mrs. of Crescent City;; and Mrs. Ada Monthly Mortgage
Alice Cade and Effie Washington, Whited, a recent graduate of Virginia thia Frazier .public relations Edwina Mosely will be guest solo- G. Louden of Fort Myers act as

State University will deliver chairman. ists. Jonas Lawrence, bass singer; discussants PAYMENTSStart
the main address. Special activities will be con
E. baritone Mr.
Dorsey, ; Buggs, Laymen from the entire Florida
Mrs.: Essie Mae Tucker, cochairman ducted by each committee in an as Low as
tenor Mrs. Kendrick
I ; Carolyn Conference have been invited to
The. 'Little ThingsTKat of the day's activities, effort to assure the success.of the Mrs. Gussie Tucker and others participate in the most important $42.31 PER MONTHand

,, yA .. will preside at the 7 p. m. wor program. will participate on the program.E. Seminar
\ ... I I on the Quadrennial Emphasis up .
; ship. Mrs. Elnora Davis will give Dorsey is president of the According to the
: program as adopted by the Type
I&i. Count the invocation; scripture reading, choir; Mrs. Ada V. Norton,;direct-. 1956 General Conference.Observance : Plan You Choose
I Mrs. Mabel Dunbar; announcements Extension Center Open ress and the Rev. Leander Jones,

Mrs. Juanita C. Wyatt; instrumental pastor of the church. MAGNOLIA GARDEN
CoaeH?" little' details maka up the .04ern, i selection Mrs. Marie Under Florida Normal HOMES
smooth-functioning funeral service., Each of Cooper; solo, Mrs. Edna Jackson; Set !
them. Is handled by':as with ,particular, care, instrumental solo, Miss Veronia MrsR Laura JacksonIs I i Have the Following

iY i for unimportant at each"e may seem ia I Frazier vocal solo,. Mrs. Beatrice The church extension center Palatka Special Features and
t Under the auspices of Florida Nor Principal Speaker By Conveniences
r' inself, collectively'they- :mtke the difference I Trapp; instrumental solo Mrs. mal and Industrial Memorial College -

between a satisfactory; consoling service and t Dorothy Steele; solo, Mrs. Annie in Jacksonville re-opened on For Women's Day Event Asphalt Tile or Oak
., one which adds to the ..rcr... Our staff is Jones Mrs. Bernice At-'Belhel ARE
; offering Floors
i 20 1956.
September ,
,. trained
ta ,-
-- assume every responsibility. so as Pugh and Mrs. Dora Anderson. Carports
i The classes will meet starting Mrs. Laura .
to lighten as Much as humanly possible theclifrtClllti. I Jackson is principal I
Mrs. Julia Burwell is general Patios .
e ,
;.. of the family. Friday 6 p. m. at Bethel Baptist speaker for Women's Day in the I Palatka -*- Sunday, September :liobEFactory .
Mrs. Essie Mae Tucker, Large Landscaped
i chainnan; Institutional Church of which the 23 will be
Community Baptist Church whichis a high day at Bethel '
O. R. Jackson Finished Cabinets
co-chairman and Mrs.
Reverend Robert*H. Wilson is I to be observed Sunday. Mrs. AME Church where Rev. J. P.
..0Hot Water Heaters ,.,
Hftaes ud West! Funeral Home pastor.About pastor. Jackson will be heard at the 11 Morris is, the pastor. .. Space. Heaters '
The Reverend T Whitelocke The
Program Committe
a. jn worship will be intro- with ,e Tile, Bathrooms .
,"W. P. Holmes. Jr. Directors Alphonso West ;Florida director, will be present for regis duced by Mrs. Drunella ,Mosley.: ,Arnett Osgood, Jr. as chairman, .. Exhaust Fans "

tration.Laymen's. Mrs. Ethel. 'Harris will serve,as has arranged an excellent slate e Concrete: "Drive Strips

Telephone PO 5-1641 .' mistress of ceremonies. Others of activities for the day. ., NO SEPTIC TANKS

2719 W. Edgewood Avenue Magnolia Gardens WILLJSTON slated to participate. on the program Barry L. Burney, Jr. has bee Complete Water Treatment

24-Hour Ambulance The .marriage of Miss Naomi :Day Set are Mrs.. Inez Davis, Mrs. selected as guest superintendent Plant and Sewage
Service Off-Street Parking Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Naomi Weare, Mrs. Mable Butler of the Sunday School and BishopW. Disposal System

Sherry Wallace to L. C. Amica, Mrs. Ethel Harris Mrs. Florence F. Ball, presiding prelate of Walking Distance to

son of Mr. and Mrs. George Amica At Ebenezer Nelson Mrs. Alice Williams, the the 18th Episcopal District, will Schools

has been announced by the bride's Rev. O. D. Davis, and Mrs. Victoria deliver ,the morning message at] County School Bus

HUE OCEAN BREAM . ,. lb. 25c parents.A Laymen's Day. a day set asideto Andrews.At 11 o'clock., An County Approved.
bridal party and shower was the evening worship beginning Dr. W. B. Stewart President of Paved ,Roads
re-emphasize the responsibilities -
FANCY BUTTER FISH. .fc. 4's .,,. Ib. 20c given the couple before they left upon each member of the at 6.30 p. m, Mrs. Alma Edward; Waters College, Jacksonville City Bus Service
'' for Miami where they will reside. will be City Mail Delivery
s Mitchell is to deliver the message. guest speaker.
,MEDIUM MULLET .VAT., : .' 20c I I Mrs. Carrie Moody had as her church of and the to membership revitalize the in activities the- Mrs. Ethel Harris will introducethe : S Spacious Rooms

LARGE ST. JOHNS MULLEFL! :; ._ .,Ib.. ,29c I I house Mt. Brook guest Mrs.Mrs.Lizzie Laura Melvin Surcey of, church's overall program, is scheduled speaker. Mrs. Fannie Russell I t fILLTNEPLM' Choice Pick, the Now Home. of. Before Your
and Mrs. Ardeal Russell in charge: I
for Oct. 21 in Ebenezer
LARGE SHRIMP.'t;: ***<. k.1.9c I ISP I West Melvin of Sarasota Ruth Methodist Church. of devotional; Mrs.. Fannie Mae I ON S

Johnson of Detroit. Cora Lee Harper and Mrs. Ella Mae Hardge i headachy,when constipation -
S.a ,' f ff A The day has been set aside by =
itiEQ : :* r Simms of North Carolina, Magnolia laymen of other churches to take will lift the offering. The Rev Mr, }:' relieves constipation stomach? MAGIfOLIAImprove.elf -
TROUT r. : Ib. 49c overnight.
.. .
Sparr.of,jOcala and:. Juanita part in the work of the Department Davis will make remarks. Helps.sweeten sour stomach too :
lest for IreHi.. ,', ]3. Doggins of Orlando. j lauthrt Shaft Swtetmr Works Oftnriitt tlNo !
of United Churchmen of the
BLUE FISH ?' ;". ; .11.: _lb. '35c I The dinner party in the home National Council of the Churchesof ACHING MISCLES vegetable harsh herbs piping.Thoroughly Made from pure but ,
gently uncorks clogged Intestines.
.of -Mrs, Mack Simmons included
Christ in the United States. Bring comforting relief In morning.
NORFOLK SPOTS .:"-. . Ib. 29c i Mrs. Matilda Timmons, Hattie The Truth, Shall Make You IU4f.v. M. .... .._ Black-Draught; today.
: :Drummer. Susie Waters, Ida with STAN BACK.tal.te r.*% .
Front Ntigkk__. Mo* ks Caraar S. Free" has been suggested as the $TAN BACK acts fart.brute ewwUrtinarW. / nmta,or.Orasfa**ftrm .*Uturn 2478 W. Edgewood

Fresh Ir) .ss d.CA'Jf ';,"- $. fc. 49c Smith and, Bessie Wesley. theme for this y ar. ...Mca..the 8TAN6ACK. fermvla tm sew .mooN1al eoeanp.a.e* toll Phone PO 5-2 14RII'I.
? .. > : I I Mrs. Hattie Primos is confined .....M several .....,tU.* typo .In- .1.-1 =eblldrea. rwee.tsoe
Boaeku Advisory leadership of the activities er4M f.r fast relief of ftaJn. a.M tuepc.tuo. let arrup or BlactOr.asht -
to her home from injuries received They tors this i boner-tweet liquid

SNAPPER FILLETS : .._*. M.; ,. A. r: Ib. 59c I in an'accident by the pastor of Ebenezer, the Rev.will E.be M.given Hur
The Home Mission met
teaks! Society ley, Abner Stripling lay leader
If TroubledIn
,in the home of Mrs. Lenora Worried,
; .
SELECT DRESSED OYSTERS; pf, $1.15Ab with large group of members with Rodel.F. Roberts and Mrs. Doubtc.lt THEATRE, : .
Celestine Stukes serving co-
B....Iess for Srtwi s .t;..>*. Inrattendance. Refreshments were,

STANDARD OYSTERS . pt. 98c served at the close of the meeting., general Joe H.chairman.James and Mrs. Sallie STARTS THURSDAY- First Y,Rm SEPTEMBER- 20th j

The Rev* J. H. Phillips, pastorof Kennedy will serve as program MADAM ""AWAY ALL BOATS"Mao ,'-- "*!:
fc. 49c .. :
FLOUNDERfit. ?. ., !' New Hope Baptist Church has, STARPhysic II .
committee co-chairmen; W. P. .', S... .
LARGE FLOUNDER : v.-Ib. 39c announced services for Sunday to! Holmes. Jr. and Mrs. Marion A. a... .r m4 '?Op GUN ,,
,., .. .v' be held ,in the usual order except I Fartm TalltrMl
I Reed, public relations committee
CONVENIENT OFF.STRUT PARKING IN THE WAR -- for: the program set for 3 p. m. co-chairmen; Edgar Alston and Reeling rVrrat i* NEXT WEEK_ .: .. t""'
rt Tint- Ran
4 THE SEAFOOD CENTER Mrs. Camilla Perkins, finance Lucky.n/ G.Numbers,......, .' /"SATELLITE- IN THE ,SKY" '. : .:' : ;
REGISTER II III committee co-chairmen comprisethe :?. : ; 1 ,
i 1 NOW remainder of the general R.afa 17.WMAu... Geers- 'MAN '
Myrtle Ave. and Adam 'Phone EL 4-1468 I Leek,.,...Hart SIp ,> 5.' tf: ALONE"_, ,. .- .i
221 EAST ADAMS steering committee 1i:. ;. _

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..... September 22" If56 THE ,fljDWDA STAR ..te.five

1 An J"erPlan'Offered I To BlocklutegrationAt l U. Of F. e*

: -s jf** L-L nUiiversiiy

,Of Florida Presided- West Jax 1 Garden Circle In Meeting Woman Sentenced **

I ....... 7 .. ,,,. *

Will "Cre le dilute Of Opisioa" > For KnifeAssault *

,. *

I. Gainesville Arr -Education- --Program"- designed to ward k off i jEW -1 i1 .Criminal Harvey Court sentenced Judge Edna WilliamT. M. .

violence ""when and if integration comes to the university was sug- Ryals, 29, of 915 W. State St., to .'
gested by Fletcher Flemming, president of the University of Florida) two' years at Raiford. *

student body. Edna Ryals was found guilty of I
His proposal would consist of r ksr aggravated assault by a six man

seminars student-faculty discussions s jury. She had been charged with :
'aimed at creating the Methodist LaymenTo cM assault to murder for the stab- ;W

right kind of climate of opinion bing of another woman at a road

needed among the student body Hold Confab s bfi ofyz house on February 5.

and faculty r I Asst. County Solicitor Donald
The discussions would not ex- I Bruce said that testimony at the &1 ata1
plore the merits of integration On Sept. 30 at 9 a. m: Florida 'trial showed Miss Ryals was out
segregation 'because that question Laymen will meet in the McCabe 'I on a Saturday night with her boy

.would be decided before hand by Methodist Church SL Petersburg.The -54L 1 friend and another couple. Appar-
the Supreme Court and the boardof Rev. S. D. Bankston, Gulf s : : : I ently jealous over the attentionher A Up or the Pepsi Cap tot
control,* he said. District Superintendent the Rev. _____ boy friend showed Miss Eva h e 1 e uUUAdiac 7tAmerieaax
wk make Mir
"Student government is not C D. Higgs and NathanW. t Rivers "
go- pastor \ a the other woman in the re auy and oar cemmuity
ing to accept or endorse integra- Smith, Gulf Lay Leader will ,.. v foursome, she made a remark a letter place In which t.live.KA1K .
tion itself, we're going to strive be hosts to the sessions. r 4 about cutting someone. *

to uphold the dignity of the uni- Selected as the morning speaker : : According to a statement of
one *
4 ** *
it We do this
versity if comes. can
is Dr. J. Herbert Touchstone ofthe .s ___ of the eye witnesses, her boy
by first preventing irresponsibility General Board of Lay. Activ. < friend handed her a knife and

than by an education program sties of Chicago, HI. said "if you're going to cut some- *_
he also said.
S ,
A lunch period at noon will be one, cut me." However, she had
,A petition, 'by Virgil Hawkins, followed by a nafternoon sessionset other ideas and ran over to the
colored Beach resident, 5'
Daytona for 2, p. m. at which_ time a juke box and stabbed Miss Rivers
who has been attempting to enter .
discussion will be made from the who was making a selection in the
the university law school for subject, "Laymen, Challenge in CIRCLE SESSION Members of the West Jacksonville Garden Circle who met recently in.the chest.

seven years, is still below' the the Quadrennial Program: Dr home of Mrs. Sophie N. Starkes. 1505 Myrtle Are. and seen here. Standing, left to right are Mrs. The stab wound pierced a lung *
State Supreme Court,. althoughthe
U. S. Supreme Court has "William Higgins of Palatka will Lelia L. Moseley. Mrs. Aldonla C. Joyner. Mrs.*Cara Ross and Mrs.Rena B.Clark Seated in the same and Miss Rivers spent.five weeks
preside as moderator and T. B. order are Mrs. Christina Brown. Mrs. Aria Peterson. Mrs. Golden J. Cherry Mrs. Lottie M. Jones. Mrs. in the hospitaL
ruled he must be admitted on the ,
McPherson of Gainesville H. J. Clarine M. Limbric. Mrs. Sophie N. Starkes. and Mrs. M. A. CampbelL
basis other students. j
same as Greene of Ft. Pierce,, Harry L

for Noon late Saturday is the but deadline f Burney, Jr. of Crescent City and pattern of seggregated classrooms, 8 Persons KilledIn .v.'
registration Fleming
noted; "this does not rule out the Mrs...Ada Gt Louden of Ft. Myers NAACP Official Points To Danger 1 started an integration program i. ,: : .
will participate in-the discussion.The FRANCES SAMS
r possibility of Ws entering. next shortly after the Supreme Court's New stanton senior
Rev Frank,Cambridge of I decision that public school segregation Car Accident Hick School
semester. Of! Integration Investigation Pepsi-Cola dealers lift .
.... the Atlantic Coast District; |the was unconstitutional. their hats to this lovely
Rev. Horace J. Blount'of Gainesville >oung Miss who is president ;

; SPELLMAN: CLUBI I I District; the. Rev. ,S. D. WASHINGTON Democratic I er Sam Rayburn fTex.) and House Highway Tallahassee Patrol- reported The Florida this senior the organ of, and the class.Charm a member Her Club leis-,of

Bankstonsup@rinteadent.of the the; Leader John W. Mc- Predict Solution ure time is spent in sew
1 I House leaders were urged by Democratic
week that the eight killed
SLATES MEETs ; persons ing and practicing at the
[Gulf District the 'lkv. Damon
I ; intervene to halt the
I NAACP to block a Southern Cormack to i in an automobile collision organ. She serves as a, *
I I Dell .suPe.rlntendentot: the Jacksonville near Sunday School teacher
congressman from investigating. hearings- Df Desegregation Lake Wales Sunday equalled the and wishes to become a *
,._ The first fall- session of the,. District; Dr.- Richard V. school integration in the nation's Mitchell said Davis and Rep. record toll for nurse.
"Spellman'Club is set for Sunday,I Moore conference lay 'leader;; S. capitaL I John Bell Williams a sub com- accident in this a single highway *
Problem state.
4 to 5 p. m..in the home of Mrs. J. ,Jordan, tan1rs.; E. M. Clarence Mitchell, NAACP mittee have shown themselves In U. S.
** *
Vera D. Wilson, 1357 W; 11th St. Ferguson, secretary and Harry:L Washington director, said there is totally lacking in the most elementary Killed in the Lake Wales crash
All graduates and''rf'oimer stu- Burney Jr. treasurer are mem- were Airman Leonard Johnson,
read danger in the hearings plan- sense:of,fair play. WASHINGTON-Howard Pyle,
dents asked f -attend .the bers of'the iJoard of Lay Activi- and his fellow passenger, Frank
are o ned by a House subcommittee Noting that the Democrats con- Presidential Asst, predicted an Can *
Lonnie Stevenson
; of Ft.
meeting. ties.: headed by Rep James C ,Davis. trol Congress Mitchell said in eventual solution of the desegre-
Pierce, his Altha
wife Earlene
i Ways ,and Means will be disCuSsed He expressed fear that the inquiry telegrams to Rayburn and McCormack gation problem in the South but ; *

; Rev. E. M Hurley s'ill -..byDr.: Touchstone 'on scheduled to open Thursday that the party must accept he said, it is not for the White Stevenson 6 and a friend, 17;of B.the J, 4 family; Ruby, Janie Lee, : i" ,

strengthening. the. local church ,,,would be used as a forum to the blame if these hearings House to manage it. Mae t
Watson, all colored. '
i 1Th.. -Her.,E:. M. ur .hputor, and the part to be played by the promote the kind .of strife that produce mischief,that embarrassesthe In his appearance on a radio -

of Ebeneter .Methodist Church laymen. has brought disgrace to Clay, Ky., nation. program, Pyle said the Supreme :
asld'prominen in.civic affairs, is: Registration begins at-9,'a. ,jn. Mansfield and Texarkana; Tex. I District schools, which previously Court made it very plain the :
reported; ill oi\Brewtter. Hospital;(rand( morning service, tJlf avnx' The director appealed to Speak... .,had followed_ the,Southern whole issue is to.be.handled.by Pro,CkairaaM 7s v
LI local federal courts. "It is consid- -- ==--- *
erably beyond the executive department -
to exercise control over *
how it is to be managed"ProSegregation *

PresentsGigantic J Rep. Henry ALFRED CORBT
Land of Orlando, chairman of an New Stanton School S.al.rHiCIa

Group interim committee created to investigate *
Corbr is a member of
Files Suit To Halt activities of the NAACPin 12-B class and vice-presi-
.A Florida, established dent of the History class
headquarters -He is leader of the Blue
Texas U. here this week. integrationAustin cert Band and one of the
The committee plans to investi- most popular young men
in the school his church
Texas -The pro-segre- gate the Ku Klux Klan also and and community
gation; Citizens League for School will hold its meetings the first Jf
Home Rule of Houston has flied week in October to set up an of- ** *
suit in the Texas Supreme Court fice staff and hire an investigator,
; seeking to halt racial integrationof Land said. itif

i1 S.'TOCK.U'PSALE undergraduates at the University Land was named chairman on
l : ; of Texas. the seven-man committee of sen-
The suit contended that the ators and representatives at an
S university. was authorized by the organization meeting in Jackson- *

U. S. GOOD TENDER CHUCK' state constitution, and neither the ville.He *
university board of regents the conferred Wednesday with

ROAST BEEF STEAKS lb 29c'ALL U S. Supreme Court nor the state the attorney general's office and .r *
or. legislature has the right to order discussed organization plans with *
I integration at the school unless Mrs. Lamar Bledsole, temporary ':t.fJ''JfE'f,
PURE' FRESHLY ,GROUND the. Constitution is amended by secretary of the committee and l1. *
'' the people. clerk of the House. J7.
i BEEF HAMBURGER 1b 29c' ,***'" If ,. ," ** .'

FARRIS HOTSMOKED New Stanton Senior *
Yvonne is also an attractive -
lbS senior .who is doingan
outstanding Job as a .
member of the National
Damaged ClothingSome Honor Society the Teen- *
: age Society Club nee-
president of thou 4. assistant ifif
HOG Good Some Bad secretary of her 1
lOc Sunday School and reporter -
or Ib I an's Christian of the Young Society.Wom .,.

I -_73 Pair Dress Pants ., $1.00 *. ,
Baking Size HENS: ii> 29c "

66 Sport Shirts" SOc to $1.00 .
Coiigraralatiaiis froM Pepsi i
WILSON'S COUNTIlY ROlL Cola *a theia three Merit '

B UT! T 'E R '-. pound 6Sc ,LIGHT WEIGHT_ ,MOPS eath.39t. 6 Jackets . $1.00 to $1.75 if Award wSaoartl

,N. I.c. Listen le Pepsi Merit Award .

cORNED 'R I y"Z COOKIES I lb. box 3Scc 21 Pairs Sox .'. e. pair lOc selatatioa TEEN TIME...WRHC.Pepsi 1400 Cola 1

BEEF ,HASH each 29c .. year .dial. Safari*?* 10- 1'

FRESH -" GREEN 11 A.M., .
FLORIDA : GRADE "A' dozen f' A B. BAG E pound 4c /- LOTS OF OTHER ITEMS j

,: .-'S At Give-Away Prices i
u. s. N. 1

TOMATOES No. 303 can lOc ,WHITE POTATOES S-Ibs. 19c *

F FINEST QUAliTY .. WAtDORF .UMit i MAXWELL HOUSE Saturday September 22nd and ,

TIS i S U. E roll Sc INSTANT' COfFEE giant size jar $1.29 .#

,!, Monday September 24th Only *

; Small LIMA BEANS lam pkg lOc' Store Hours 8:30 a.m. 'til 7:00 p.m.CHAMPION'S. .1

: ..... ,
SWIFTS rid ?" Pepsi GlaDa.kn


,:can.' 1acEseavill. -

: Courteous Service At All TiMe. : :' : _JorJ. 125 WEST BAY STREET

Binim wII.st rau c'1 lave a. r.f allS.terdiy



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.+ THE Fl. IIMST.AIl Sar.r.Jay. September 22, 1956

I :TT, P:, ': News., Of Interest ;From All Sections Of, Beautiful Florida I

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'\.. Ab iaf FloridaMARIANNA Putnam CountyNews

ell CkttterE.
Ctjtittl 1rw" 1- BY E. J. VREEN
[ N
$08 Madisoi ,
.... SirMt Palaika Florida
BJ' The pre-planning session in
f" Phone East 5.3025
..A.KEHSHAW subject area groups as a collec-
':. tive'group., and with individual
r...-JB4 Osceola teachers working in class roome. ;> C 'Sunday is being planned as Gaines is a member of the faculty
-y r. 'Phone 2-5069 The pre-planning session in outstanding occasion with the observance I ofA. Quinn elementary school at

( subject area groups was held in ':es r.. U R 3t of Men's Day at Gainesville.
--'-- Union Grove High School with AME Church being the principal

.Tallahassee,the capital city, has]I Virgus Redding blew into town L.L. Hawthorne and Marion Britt event. Funeral services for the late
taken on new life now that the' recently flrom way up Newark, N. presiding Bishop W. B. Ball will be the I Frank Lee Nelson were held Wednesday -

\unlversities are open and J. way to visit' relatives -and Old ,and new faculty memberswere I speaker at the morning service I afternoon at Bethlehem

thousands of new faces are,pass] friends. Many moons have passed named, the officers for the : zap "c'ta at which time your correspondent Baptist Church of which he was a

ing in review dally Merchants since he has hit these parts. Red- 1956-57 were elected and a cal, wu' who is a Deacon. in the faithful member. Rev. T. J. Al-

.. are of one opinion as to. 'the, makings ding had nothing but praises for endarpf events for and a schedulefor church; will serve as master of ston, pastor officiated. The deceased -

of-this here man's town,. ? .I his ole home town and the tre- teachers meeting and loading 6i RyY? xl ceremonies.Mrs. passed away last week

';JrWhen FSU and FAMU '-close,! mendous progress it has made. He buses was drawn.. after a brief illness at his home

business slumps and when these: is employed by the National Newark On the faculty is Mrs. G. E. E. Beatrice Yulee was a 112 So. 10th St. Palatka. He was

universities open again-then the i and Essex ,Banking Co. of Cotton, Mrs. Ann Robinson, James very pleasant visitor in Orlando employed at Moore's Drug Store.

good times rolL" : Newark, N. J. Redding will spenda Weatherspoon, Howard Milton, last week-end. She was accom-

few days in Jacksonville before Mrs.' Queen Grandberry Mrs. panied by her daughter, Miss The many friends of Mrs. Dot-

Believe you me there are not' returning up-state. Mable Hffl, Moses Baker Daniel Evelyn Stanley who will spend tie Easter Davis will regret to

more than three big-time busi- Baker, Jefferson Reeves, Mrs. J. x the winter in the City BeautifuLMrs. learn of her sudden passing which

nesses in CC which are not fall- Come Sunday night The Four F. Reeves, Miss Flora Green Mrs. Js_ occurred early Sunday morningat
ing in line with the practice of Jays featuring Gene White on the Zo'emi Glenn Mrs. "Martha W. Hannah Bristol left last her home 106 N. 13th St. She

addressing Negroes when corresponding electric piano will be the attraction Williams Mrs. Queen Brown. 1... Saturday for St. Petersburg was a native of Georgetown. She

as '"Mr.",or "Mrs." How- at the DeLuxe Cafe right off Crawford. Mrs. L. 1... Hawthorne where she visited her sister before had lived in Palatka for the past

ever, this corner feels that in the the main track. Now these Jays Mrs I* B. Pughs. Mrs. Mary Wil- leaving for Tallahassee to visit a 45 years.

,next few weeks there will be one can really do 'em up and down. son, Mrs. E. Grandberry Mrs. Eva m ws sister there.
"hundred percent recognition. Two shows are scheduled for each Patton, Miss Lillian Stephens The many friends of Mrs. Ge-

Sunday nite. This is one packageyou Mrs. Morel White Mrs. Tommie : Mrs. Lloyd Green left Tuesdayfor neva Anderson were glad to see

,. M. F. Stone, manager of the just gotta dig! The Four Jays Andderson and Mrs. Lillie Wil Lakeland where she is visitingher her in Palatka Sunday. Mrs. Anderson
local Leon Theatre is all and I liams. aunt. Mrs. ,Green will return who resides in Arlington
going hail from Jacksonville are
.. I Sunday afternoon.Mrs. (Jacksonville) was formerly Miss
the way out to cement the rela- students at FAMU. I
tions 'between his firm and the DELEON SPRINGSThe Geneva Harrison, the daughter of

general public thisyear more I pastor Rev M. Z. Thompson Eliza Knight had as her the late Rev. and Mrs. A. F.

t than ever. His first step in this Mrs. T. L Lang who is visiting and members have completed guests last Sunday, her step- Harrison. She was accompanied to

direction is the awarding of trophies relatives and friends on the 'gold I plans,for Homecoming Day to be daughter Mrs. W. A. Gaines and Palatka by friends from Jackson-
coast of Florida writes that she her cousin, Mrs. Eliza Noble. Mrs. ville.
to outstanding members of observed on Sunday in Mt. Zion ;
is having swell time Leo
,the local prep football teams at AME Church
"Alley Oop"' Harrison spent the TO GERMANY Mrs. Joan Curl Elliot an assistant professorof
the close of the current season. Mrs. Berneta Anderson, super- -
T week-end.in town. He is coachinga German at Florida A it M UI %nitr. returned from Munich Germany I
E Believe you me, this is, just the intendent, will prside during the MADAM MARY
beginning. prep teani at Phenix City, Ala. Sunday School hour. where she studied for a six-week period at the University of

His team went down in defeat to Munich. While in,Europe she visited England France and Switzer
At 11 a. m.,- Mrs. K. E. Thompson .'
Surprised were the boys,to find I I the local Lincoln Tigers Saturday i is, to serve, as acting pastor land. (A and M staff photo by H. Jones. Jr.) PALMIST
26-7.,This was the first football -
: that Freddie Owens, local football and Mr s.Frankie Thompson will
flash who graduated from game on the local scene One preside at the piano. Edward Waters College,.Jackson- ing. The Superintendent Deacon Palmistry Reading
crowds in was
Lincoln in June and went to of the largest years Mrs. M. C., Bellamy Mrs. Daisy ville, is speaker for the evening Otis McBride presided over the
"South Carolina State on scholarship on hand to cheer the Tigers Benthone and John Aikens will service. Sunday SchooL 'The First Time In Your State:
Edmond Collins formerly of
has returned to Tallahassee. serve on other committees along Osgood Arne is general chair-

Freddie was one of three who walling Jacksonville and but strumming now of his CC gui-, is with several visitors from adjacent man. Rev. E. D. Martin, Moderator of .SHE-CAN TELL YOU YOUR PAST

was lo have made up a package counties.At the St. :Johns River Association
tar like mad. And can bet Baptist -
deaL The other two Kenneth life that he has you a tremendous 3,p. m. the revival hour will PERRY made his first official visitto PRESENT & FUTURE
Knight and. Ego Hayes accepted your be planned followed by the youth
During the fourth quarterly the church last Sunday. He
following of the rock.'n -
scholarships Southern. The t, everywhere he goes ,. In- hour at 6:30 p. m. Mrs. Gertrude conference held recently in Stew- brought greetings from the Na- She'll Advise You What To Do
boys are wondering what the Stafford will preside and the art Memorial AME Church the
have been coming my wayas by tional Baptist Convention and he ON ALL YOUR PROBLEMSShe
Owens lad will d& Time will,tell quiries to the whereabouts of "Red" I group will discuss, "God in a Nations Rev. C. T. Sikes presiding elder also delivered an enjoyable mes-

Spearman torrid tenor man of the Life" and The Man and a total of $149.57"was collected sage. -- Helps You In All Walks of Life
Local dance promoters are Woman of Tomorrow":. from the boards.
famous Famcee Collegians of a I IF YOU ,ARE SICK AND IN TROUBLE
booking 'em too close together for few back. O'Hara Spearmanis Rev. F. H. Ashe is pastor of the Mrs. Carrie Heriong of this cityis

the good of all concerned. Come real years tab and he's out SL Louis I GAINESVILLEThe church. ill in bed. Her daughter Mrs. LADYShe
revival_conducted by
Saturday darkfall. Sept 22 workitm -- Johnnie Mae. Epps and children
WaY' .a
SonnytL6ngv Gone" Thompsonand ;'completing: Juai Rev. K. J., Gainous each,night in
A ctorat6"Hegree. He will be in :,WAYCROSS. GA. are ,visiting her. Friends wish,hera
will play BtrMffJ3jilliM Springhill Baptist Church, the
package Tallahassee within the next few A well known civic leader and speedy recovery. Will Bring Success and Riches
fin A mill, the following Rev. E. T. Thomas, pastor will
,, weeks.: At this writing "Red" is veteran newspaperman, ModronJ. Into Your Home
Tuesday at the Royal Palace continue throughout Sunday.
scheduled to team with the Hadley, died suddenly Saturday -
not up -
Charles Brown and His Smarties Charlie Ross, president of Pall
Adderly Brothers who incidentally in his home.'He waS a nativeof wis She Will Answer a Questions FREE 1
will do 'em up. Yours truly feels bearers Lodge 113, has announced
knocking 'em off their feet Savannah and 'served'as deanof
that such won't happen again for are Monday at 8 p.; m.for a meeting.The PROGRAM .SCHSKTLE
at The Birdland in 'the city the Central Park College in '
many moons. Sonny Thompsonhasn't Interdenominational Choirs
CALL EX 8-5638 'I
recent years. He was a veteran of '
played these parts in two Union rendered a program Thursday MONDAY mBAY _
World World I.
and a half years.. Charles Brown The Grim Reaper took from our in Shady Grove Primitive .tat Elsa OBM .
Funeral services were held see: Caps** News Weather
played Deluxe Cafe less than a midst a pioneer in this town, Mr. Baptist Church.On '4 'Iet Hcare*'.Red (JIelWi MADAM MARY IS LOCATED AT '1 .
Wednesday at 4:30 p. m. at Gaines .
year ago. If I recall correctly A. E. Martin, Tuesday evening.Mr. Sept 30, regular services 14. 143 Cap*** 'News A Weather
attendance for both about the after few conducted in the church. Chapel. AME Church. Burial was ":-:11" ma (Bok
was Martin passed a will be 14 qjprgTNgw H1teaReer -'
made in Hazzard Hill Cemetery. : 304 Beach Boulevard -
same. weeks of illness,. For many years Dinner will be served at 1:30 p. m. ..43* t43 t4: A Capenle* CM New. A Weather -,
he operated the only tailoring- followed by a program at 3 p. m. ret 1TM fompta with Jenny
Dark clouds are hovering over tablishment in. Tauanassee. tie KINGSLAND 11:11 1143 Jofeaay News*aw)A Weather TAKE MAYFAIR BUS' No. 21 ,

the hospital at FAMU. A top man has made garments for Florida's LAKELANDMrs. The Rev. D. B.Barnes, pastor of aa tidy OttBpel Catfsale Vraia,Nsmker bee Just Outside City Limits '

recently resigned-because he was.accused chief executives and state employees Nellye Williams Hatcher of First African Baptist Church, will 31.1133 Caprale(HelTtn News Grace)A Weather '
of MJuaVtng-1 friend Mrs. administer The Lord's Supper at alt 124 Gop Trata Number Oae Watch for the Red Palm the
>een placed to for over 25 years. His Brooklyn N. Y. and a (Halvta Grace) Big on Sign
watch out and report'the doings." business was located right across Mary Mitchell, were the recent 3 p. m. on Sunday U4t -12OS 1 Local News <*.yee

Nothing could be farther from the from the capitol on Pensacola St. houseguests of Mrs. Hatcher's Other services will include Sunday 12:13.123S Mam Jeyaer.a) Street Shaw A
truth! CC won't be bit' five six brother-in-law Rev. School at 9:45: a. m.- morning B......)
a surprised After retiring some or sister and U:3I. 12)43 Jol Mart (lore Jeymer)'
if and when others follow. It appears I years ago he spent his time at,his and Mrs. Thomas, A. Huger. ,worship at 11 a. m, BTU at 6 ,135 14 Wmaa's W.rU {Joyce

that Theodore Frazier rei home on*the FloridaA, & M cam- Mrs._ E. L, Rainey of this city p. inland evening worship at 7 14 143 CaI psiSe) News A Weather

cently appointed hospital!admin pus. His immediate family are entertained the two. with a dinner p.m. ,-143 24 Geepel Helm rata,Grace NnkerTwo ) ,
istrator is going'to be in the spot Mrs. Martin his wife; Dr. and party. The pastor will-preach at both 24 -. 243 CaVeoJe News A Weather
243 34 Gespel Moo, Nnaker Melvin Grace
light for the next few months and Mrs. Bro. Martin of Columbus, Others attending'.social: courtesies major. services. tdn: Grace) :
then some. (NOTE: Mr. Frazier Ohio and Mr and Mrs. Emile to the visitors were Mr. and 3.-M 343-44- 343 ='. ws Johnny A Weather ,

was a student at Florida A & M Martin of Bainbridge, :Ga. Mr. Mrs. W. E. Jackson of Eaton Park; GREEN COVE SPRINGS ,:11- 443: Cqwale.N.(J&hany Shaw.. )A Weather

(curing the school term '42-43 and I Martin was a devout Catholic. At Mrs. Fannie Williams and Mrs. MIL enia Clark observed her .443 *... ,JnajLia" J.hairy

,he hails from Jacksonville) this'writing funeral services have Lucille Macon of St. Petersburg 94th birthday here recently witha 14 S43 capsole(JettDLay News Shaw)A Weather AND

not been completed. the Rev.and Mrs. C. H. Clifton of celebration given by Mrs. Beu- 533.155 aaa wRh Jehsaq

Clearwater andMr.: and Mrs. Wil lah Marrick. Lott -1x3 Caped* News A Weather
Funeral services were held this .4] .:31 De *< (Bell Hadsea) '
week for Mrs Alice Gninous'na4tive Marion H 1iard.. local service liam Walker of Tampa.CALLAHAN. Mrs.iClark is believed to be the lAftiltDAyoa THE DEACON

of Leon County, who taughtin station operator is vacationingdown oldest-citizen in this city. sa1lp eat (43 Capnle- News A Weather
Presiding Elder W. R. Akery of .43 14 Heaves' Read Yenta .
the Leon
County public school' Pinellas County way. Mr. Grace)
system for a number of years. Hilliard says that there will be A program observing the 79th the West Jacksonville District 14J43. : CmpfAf New A Weather
and of Bethel AME held his 743: (4 H* KM (Bah HndMK)
community has lost 'a pillar fishing more fishing and more of anniversary East Florida Conference, 14 b03 CAPllllilt News A Weather
Church and the first of the Rev fourth conference here on Friday I .43 JIM CUIDDre TOUR WAY
the school children a friend. more fishing. I envy you, ole toy! .4t"t43 CC'wath er :1
A. D. 'Harris, pastor will termi- night in Mt Zion AME Church .:43 -11:11 J____ .wfth Johnny -

-- ,Attractive Miss Lessie Wardpacke4''em'up nate on Sunday at 7:30 p. m.4fh He ,will preach' 'at the 11 a. m. 14 1143 Care(I....,News Shaw)A Weather '

pastor will preach at 11 a. m.and and -1:30. prm, services on Sun- M43 114 0 p l Vrata,Number OaVetrtB
Learn Commercial Art and shuffled off to ( Grace)
7:30 and Mrs. Mary Ben- Usher Board 1 and Choirs 1 10:00 to 12:00 AM.
Jthe WAFS Wednesday. She p. m. day. U4e 1143 capsule News A Weather I
Stert AnytiM j join -
1143 :1231 G.p.t Vials,N mbar OM
the of the ,
history and will
jamin will.give 2 serve. .
G. I. AFWOVfO, had..jUt"completed her freshman '
: .. u. -. 12US I*eal News (larc*
church. The Rev. E. I Walker and con- >
at .local 'The in
AMERICAN year the TJ. boys Jeyner)
the.-:know are gassing .about the The Rev. D. V. Singletary and gregation, Mt Pisgah AME ,129! nat Mas OH Street (Shaw A 1:00 to 3:00 P.M.

SCHOOL OF ART ""weak kafjwho almost drownedin congregation of First Baptist, the Church, South Starke, are to worship U:31 12X3 40 Badwm Mart) (Joyce Joraer) ,, ,.

Meted Te New. iaeetio: his own tears while on bended Rev.D. J. Jones and congregationof 'here on Sept. 30.TbeBev..I.W..Tyler. $ge 14t A Wemaa's World (J rte: '.
1W'EAST BAY STREET New.Hope Baptist Church.Ma- is minister ltt-13 capp.e News A Weather
'2 Bier knee' 'sobbing. 'Please! Please! ..... "
143 24 0eQeJ. Nmkerrw
: 'thru
Rev. W. L. Jones Monday Satarday
Please! Don't go!" rietta and the of the church.P (Kerrta Grace) ,
and congregation of First Corinth 24 243 Capsule News A !Weather
333.331 Jvatpta with lahuy

..m Retf JTPAlH Tis promised that ,the local TV Baptist- during,Church. the-, Jacksonville work Of. Obser-., assisted tM i Park Hews 34 3e3.431- 343 Jupia Capelirwws wtth Johnny)A Weather ,OVERWO.BS ; :, II

j station wilL give local TV owners vation. reception was,given on (Johnny law)
the happy feeling and experienceof Friday night ur'Mrs. 44S tlS.1:11. 443 Jnmpta Capsule with News Jahany A Weather

seeing the World Series whenit All boards and auxiliaries are Florence McBride' (Johnny News AWeather
: 531.1: 7 ..-. ;
comes off. Rabbit-ear: ownersare asked to present.-gifts in the 7:30 333 -.. -* w111tessy 1
IT their 'form 32 al- Services at Mt Tamo, Baptist -r :!
showing. p m. worship,on Sunday. .It .:Jt' t.' (Bek'Bad. ready Church were very inspiring '.:Jt' & .

;1itvd.rpOlWU.it: PALATKABeginning throughout the :day.: The pastor, 1It lip SUNDAY OmBearwi d

,Mr a .s .......... lw.ntewwtc e,.... The wolves on the side line Oct. 1,' Evangelist R. Rev. G. J. Pearce preached an :11.:11 Grace). Bait (Mclrtm ,3
: ....... ....... sermon '
w.i.ly-- enjoyable: Sunday morntarns- ill 101 Ben Read ONLY ALL
.... ..- .... .. have peeped the chicks and L. Lambert of Lake. Alfred, win ',, .. aJapn .JACKSONVILLE'S NEGRO J
.. .TM... ..... .....f lbw chucks enrolling at FAMU and conduct a' revival ,meeting in the ,,:r101il. ,:31 e-E. '
..ULT1ft.I......... bstaer faMsr....... t0/ ttlt
......... ..... ....... eM ........ have had this to say. '"This is one Church of God in Christ Ninth axe hat ....f J.sae.a PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION ,
awtyn1 P.1.1 aT.st1TAMtAOK' of'the finest looking gathering of and Dunham Streels. 1131 : 1Je vlaty nn awes

..:L.-.j. lugs and lambs to come this way Sunday, the men of the church t/nl n>tl rvee'a Reed 11xe
11M. UM wa flead
f E-'I In many moons." will observe their day in the ; 1fS: 331 Iii :Reavea'e=v tea's Road Read 11 ON EVERY RJlBfO 'DIlL"I a I

Well. I gotta go now. Where to? Bethel AME Church.Bishop W.F. )
1: : 11; JC".rarr
To check and see if those wolvesare Ball is;.to be'present at the mom: : A adlas 1:31-:31 L A. WtUJaae.tee '

; : giving'. out"with:.the...... ,truth.,* So, jil L worship.. ,. ter : .!!1-91.I -1
t iong. 'Dr. "B.'Stewart; president of e., tttsa CMI -- ,

r 1'

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September 22, 1956 tHE 'ILOIU A' JTA* P..*levee

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Manual Orioles Purchase LINE-UP BEAUTIES I Negro Golfers Negro Footballers

Opeis! Its Seisoi Negro PlayerBALTIMORE Can Use CoursePortsmouth On Pro TeamsIn

With Home GameST. Md. Charley At Va
Beamon, right-handed pitcherfrom order that the readers of the
Vancouver the Pacific Florida Star may be able to keep

AUGUSTINE The Flor- Coast League has been purchasedby NORFOLK, Va. Negroeswere abreast with the professional football -

ida Normal and Industrial Me- the Orioles according to an an- granted permission to use teams with Negro players and

morial Lions are preparing for a nouncement made. by the Balti- the Portsmouth city park golf the positions each one is currently

hectic season with a heavy sche- more Orioles. course on a temporary injunction playing the following list is given:

dule slated to open against' the The price paid for Beamon has y granted by Federal District Court BALTIMORE: Bob Hill, fullback -

South Carolina Area Trade not been announced, but he reported Judge Walter E. Hoffman. ; Lenny Moore, halfback;

School, Saturday, Sept 22 at to the Orioles Monday, : The injunction granted "free Buddy Young halfback. CHIC-

home. Sept. 18. He compiled a record of and unrestricted" use. He indicated AGO BEARS: J. C. Caroline, halfback -

The team started their practice 2-4 with the last place. Vancouver a permanent injunction ; Perry Jeter halfback; Hank

sessions under the supervision of team. I would follow. The course previously Moseley, halfback; Bobby Wat-

coaches Lorenzo "Big Lion" Tho- The 21-year-old pitcher from has been open to Negroes kins, halfback. CHICAGO CAR-
mas and L. Seabrook. The Lions Oakland, Calif., was quite a sensation : ,a. .J only on Fridays. DINALS: Dick Lane, defensive

are expected to be a big threat in last year when he won 16 The request for the injunctionwas back and end; Dave Mann halfback -

Southeastern Athletic Conference.The straight games for Stockton in filed in federal court by ; Ollie Matson, halfback;

upper classmen and fresh- the California State League. He three Portsmouth Negroes who Harry Thompson, guard. CLEVELAND -

men reporting to the Lion coaches' started and cOmpleted. games said they had been refused ad- : Maurice Bassett, fullback;

were: Captain Jefferson Jones,: and relieved in another for a vie : mission to the course on a Tues- Hal Bradley, guard; Lenny Ford,

Charlie Hendrick, Charles Smith tory.He F% day and a Sunday. ,end; Horace Gillom end and

from Gainesville; Co-captain gave up. 80 hits in 139 innings Portsmouth city attorney R. C. 'punter; Ernie Undo, halfback;

James Bradley, Eddie Gardner, had an earned run averageof Barclay admitted in the hearing Fred' Robinson, guard. GREEN
Leon Burley and Clinton Home 1.37 and struck out 142. His that the city operates the course BAY: Nate Boi-den! end; Charles

from Lake Wales; Nathaniel Phil- current earned run average with : and that Negroes are allowed ad- Thomas, fullback; Veryl Switzer,

lips and, Jerimiah Clark from Vancouver is 297.Phihies -1 Jj ; mission only on Fridays. halfback; Ralph Goldston, back.

Sarasota; Alphonso Sutton, Elizia 4 Judge Hoffman said the law LOS ANGELES: Bob Boyd halfback -

Hatchett, Edwin Cameron Aluauga I ......... left him no alternative but to' ; Woodley Lewis, end; Paul

Jenkins, Cal Adams an Miller To Move Washington Approximately 11,000 Shrinen. ''Daughters of Isis and guests were on hand last open the course to Negroes. Younger, halfback.

Williams from West Palm Beach; week at the D. C. National Guard Armory to viewthil lineup of beauty. The occasion was the Grand NEW YORK: Roosevelt Brown

Andrew Lawrence, Joseph Pete, lather Than Bow Ball of the Shrinen' 55th annual convention during which winners in the Talent and Beauty Pageantwere tackle; Bobby Epps. fullback;

Zernie Moses, Robert Jimmersonand presented and gifted with trophies. Moss H. Kendrix, welMmown public relations man made the CENTRAL ACADEMYPalatka Roosevelt Grier tackle; Mel Trip-

Sylvester Stevens from Bar- trophy presentation to the fire lovelies above. AU of the cups were donated by Th Coca-Cola Company, lett fullback; Em Tunnel, half-

tow.Milton i To Race BiasPHILADELPHIA of Atlanta Ga. From left: Mr. Kendrix Miss Sheila Peters second place winner of Washington. D. c. The Central Acad- back. PHILADELPHIA: Eddie

Steward Herbert Wil- Miss Norma Cobb of New York City who was crowned "Shriner Queen" and received a $1500 scholarship emy Bulldogs with Coaches W. E. Bell, end; Tirrel Burton, halfback;

bert, Hillie Howard, James Wai- ..- The announcement : Mus Gail Thomas third place, of Philadelphia; Miss Geraldine Henson of Buffalo. New York. Cooper James Moore and William .- Willie Irvin end; Darrel Glover

ker from Jacksonville; Johnny has been made that who took fourth place and fifth place winner Miss Mary Jean Patterson hailing from Birmingham. White working hard to have tackle. PITTSBURGH: Jack Mc-
Campbell, Abraham Gordon, Walter 'Ala. Miss Cobb in addition to receiving the first place trophy was also awarded a special trophy for: the for the
of the
the Philadelphia Phillies boys up season are Clairen end; Dayne Edmonds
Barnes from Panama City; I'talent. Judging was based on beauty talent and knowledge: of public affairs.
Ernest Irvin and David McCoy National League will move its pointing for a rough season. tackle; Lowell Parry end; Lionel
franchise to'Wilson, N. C. to an- The 1956 Bulldogs will flash a
from St. Augustine. other city rather than bow to race $50 fine when they explained that strong attack led by Ralph "Jet"I Reed fullback. SAN FRANCISCO -

From this crew of men reporting prejudi SPORTING UP they did not know of the changein Johnson, Earl "Whip" Wilson, : John Henry Johnson, half-

Coaches Thomas and Sea- According to the report, the the schedule. The time was Henry Jones. Horace Hill. back; Joe "Jet" Perry, fullback.
brook hope to build up a team changed from 6:40 to 6:15.: '
Phils have been unable to come i ito Samuel Williams, glue-fingered WASHINGTON ,and DETROIT:
that-will compete with any in the terms with the Wilson City' "JOHN ROSEBORO. catcher end, will be back at the right None.
conference. Council concerning a new lease ---- BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON with the Montreal 'Royals, is flank.

for a city-owned stadium operated 'SAM JONES the in and out solved Tebbetts left field prob- being groomed as another.Roy The forward wall will be an- of piles
by the Wilson Tobs. The pitcher of the Chicago Cubs lems and he has been a dangerous Campanella, has hit an all-time chored by Joe L. Dukes James Stop pain

New Suit IsFiled Council will renew the lease onlyif struck out seven Milwaukee batter on all pitchers in the Na- high for a Montreal catcher with Edwards, Robert "Rock" Craw-

it has the privilege of concerning Braves the day he shut them out tional League. The 20-year-old 20 home runs. He is receiving ford, Willie Davenport, with today at home
In Golfer DisputeWest it at time. i 5-0, by so doing he became the rookie of the Cincinnati Redlegshas support in the running for rookie James Shelly and Ernest Carey,
any back!
leader in strikeouts among the been a mi&htybig gun in the of the year. centers. i -or money
Palm Beach-Four colored which'The le would ase has prevent in it the a clause Phils pitchers in the National League. Redlegs attack all season. I, BIG LUKE EASTER. the ex- The Bulldog schedule includes Zn Stainless d.ctort Paso:testa.Instantly* masln relieved* new

golfers filed an amended com- players to HORACE DAVIS a 21-year-old 'LENNY MOORE, the former Cleveland Indian first baseman, tilts with Hastings Eustis, Talla- piles' tort rel Gave Internal-***!
i from sending
in Federal Court seekinguse righthander from Pittsburgh, and first base for hassee (Lincoln), Orlando SL Augustine external relief I e medically-proved
plaint Wilson. The North Carolina townis star at Penn State University and now playing Ingredients tnrturt*"!? Trtolyje, re-
of the West Palm Beach municipal described as being very race signed a 1957 contract with the now of the Baltimore Colts, will the Buffalo team in the Inter-! Sanford, Daytona Beach, UeverirUtchiMwltf /Reduce
golf course. Baltimore Orioles of the American national League has been tabbed' Gainesville and Ocala. swelling.Promote bealm Yw sit,
conscious." be used for double duty accordingto walk In comfort I Only stainless
An earlier suit was dismissedby League. He will be assignedto information released by.Coach by every manager in the league' The boys are hopeful of better- pile remedy. Stainless Pat Sop.podtortes .

Federal Judge Emmett C. If the Phils decide to further move the Paris, Texas team. Webb Eubanks of the Colts. as the most dangerous hitter in ing a 1955 record of 7 wins and 2 TrrfenMrfc otCtotment./ arlMoN.at druggists.......*. ,...

Choate on technical grounds.The their Wilson farm, it is N. JOHNNY BRIGHT former Moore will be used offensivelyand the league during the last half.! losses. 0itIt..., ..d sreri imL
the Kingston,
suit is against the city understood franchise that would also be transferred Drake University football star defensively. Luke tops all other players in the'
commission, the West Palm Beach C. broken league in the balloting for the
suffered jaw
to keep the Class B cir- GEORGE DIXON and PETER
Golf Commission and the city. valuable award.
most player
of the harshest
cuit intact Final' action on the which caused one JACKSON, two of the greatest DrinkNO
THE PROSPECTS LOOK brightfor The Diplomatic
recorded in American
to betaken protests pair of
proposed transfers was fighters to ever put on a
will be out for a successful season out at Ed-
football history,
1.kdcIi.rcWkm at a league meeting held at I boxing gloves were enshrined re- Matthew W. Gilbert LIQUOR TASTE...
He is ward Waters,
of the a
the rest season.
Durham. N. C. cently into boxing Hall of Fame.
member of the Edmonton Eski- and New Stanton High Schools. LIQUOR BREATH I
in Halifax Nova
sk! It is said that the possible sitesto Interprovincial Dixon, born Good teams deserve good support.Bailiers'
mos of the Western -
be chosen will either be Raleigh Scotia, boxed between 1886 and
Football Union. Bright the world's bantam-
antiseptic Burlington. 1906 and won
Zemo a doctor's or fered dislocated shoulder. '' P ,
a 'title :
and featherweight
promptly relieves itching,stops weight
scratching and so helps heal and ; ALTHEA GIBSON, failed againin three times. He was considered by CoachIs Since 1721... ,
dear surface rashes. Buy ExtraStresptAZesrofor REGISTER NOW her efforts to become the first boxing experts as the greatest .

zemo Negro to win the United States featherweight of-all time. He died Ifl; RGUSKA(
stubborn analWATCH 221 EAST ADAMS Cheering Up
Women's Singles Tennis title as January 1909.Jackson.
U1Th\ e
she bowed to Shirley Fry of St. born in the West

THIS CLOWN Petersburg at Forest Hills. It was Indies boxed between' 1883 and TALLAHASSEE Prospects HonoredI.

itching Torture the/same Miss Fry who beat her 1899 won the British Empire ;ippeared much brighter up on the Vodka

in the Wimbledon'matches. title. Peter came in the era when 1 l lulls of Florida A & M University
119--39-246 PROMPTLY RELIEVE JUMPING JOE PERRY. of the Negro heavyweights were not :lor' the Rattlers as a result of the I._

14=7-4 A doctor's formula-soothing antiseptic San Francisco 49'ers, appears to given a chance 'to fight for the fine showing made by two sopho-

Zemo-promptly relieves the be headed for another great sea- crown. John L. Sullivan refusedto mores in practice drills.

9 4 itching,burning of Skin Rashes. son. The big 6-foot, 210 pound fight any Negro for the title. Coach Jake Gaither has been

3 6 yywma psoriasis Ringworm scratch-and fullback of the 49'ers has gained Bob Fitzsimmons, one of the filled with optimism by the show-
Athlete's FooL Zemo stops more than 6,000 yards during his lightest men ever to hold the ing of quarterback Lee Royster
5 and aid ..
... Ing of irritated so be&117emo.Ing ,career with the team. The old heavyweight title, said Jacksonwas and halfback Roy Hardee. The M and 100 Proof.Made frwn Craw"y LMIskjf ft Wt,CocUJsYIU'lid..U.s.A.
I saying around San Francisco is the greatest fighter of his two have shown up well and

169-51-431 "whatever way Joe Perry goes, time andtriticized Sullivan for Coach Gaither has a somewhat

44-65-89 so goes the 49'ers.H ducking Peter Jackson. Jackson brighter spirit about his 1956 I-E FOOTBALL FOOTBALL !

BIG TOM ALSTON the here died July, 1901.
s....... "'. caS > awhile and there awhile first LITTLE PERRY JETER the Rattlers lost its No. 1 quarterback .
>..H.n heft ... St. Louis Cardinals recently to the Army and i FLORIDA CLASSIC
baseman for the smallest man on the Chicago I SECOND
H* .<., Mbtract the coach said he has been
H. weeks It all euwuri i has been recalled from the Bears roster continues to show He
Omaha team in the American the cleats on his .plagued for a replacement.
the opposition said also that Royster "might be The Bethune-Cookman! WildcatsVS.
FOR SEPTEMBER 29th Association. Each year Alston is shoes when he carries the ball.)I I.what I'm looking for." 1
called up by the Cardinals Much will be heard of the little -
74-59-19 after a very few weeks, he is on fellow during the coming cam-

ORA-JKL the road again headed for some- paign. The Florida A and M RattlersIN
the time he gets all
where. By
JOHN GLENN. the Negro cen- WRtMW N N
set in his new location he is re YOU? THE
terfielder of the Macon Dodgers
about t t
called. With the.season just YEAR"
AUDIE MURPHY wherehe was selected as the most popular -dffi
it is anybody's guess
STRAND "WORLD IN MY CORNER"Plus gone player on the Macon team by the KtIItIl
of the sea-
will spend the rest
son. Outfielder Charlie Peete who fans. History doesn't say whetheror ,A a.r rvv b.-er.rm mt ouTGSO b.d .t hbe Scomae Gala Pre-Game and Half-Time Spectacularfeaturing
SUN. THRU SAT. : "LAST FRONTIER"SEPTEMBER was sent to Omaha after a very not that this is the first time adb--tcR.e..r-.ms t. the
23-29 in the Deep South, but it is be- =t-g.r-r.J' VV
VICTOR MATURE THRILLER short stay with the Cardinals has .. B.C.C. Marching Bands
recalled lieved that this is" the first timeit Famed Fam-U and
also been
has happened. Hank Aaron was
1MSEVELT SKYVIEW CHARLIE DUMAS college the athlete 19yearold of- selected, the South Atlantic Lea- Saturday Night, October 20th 8:00 p.m.
gue's Most Valuable Player in h&vinc is SI'itkerae +

----- lit a.. -- Compton Junior College sensational(Calif.} 1953 while with the Jacksonville ChpncT'n0: Quicker THE GATOR BOWL JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
4 Its! Derv S..a. -_Wed. s.., Tucs. S.,t. .23,-25 scored the most Braves and Juan Pizzaro won the
"ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK" Gle.. Ford achievement during the 1956 honors in 1956 with the Braves, ADMISSION, -
Pies "STRATTON STORY" "RANSOM"Plus held in Los GilletteBLUE
: Olympic tryouts
: Kirk Do.,ta> Dumas cleared the high I.but they were selected by the Box Seat Reserved Section General
27-21 "INDIAN TIGHTER" Angeles.
Hun. FH. Sept. league's writers. Glenn was
Marilyn Mares sad J... Russell jump bar in the Coliseum at RIADESIN $3.50 $2,00.$2,50 $1.80
"G5NTUMEN W... > Thurs. Sept. 26-27 chosen by the_fans. HANDY DISPENSER
"DIASOLIQUt" seven feet.FRANK. befef .". l .,., 8.sI-
tkktr MW
PREFER BLONDES" I Moil Urs for *
sad A.d: TANGKR INCIDENT" ROBINSON the hard- AL SMITH and DAVE POPE. vstUM M.. .r Monger, .......-C.. ... &HM, D.ytss.-1..cb, ,;.fIorlde;
"KID FROM UFT HELD" t) .'t Mitt 1M.! ISelerd hitting fast-running outfielder outfielders for the Cleveland Indians J. L f. tie, Jr., B.*ta ea M..*..f, Florida A m4 M ,UaiYeraity,
out of Chi ............
Sat. Sept. 21-29 seems be sure shot for "Rookieof missed the plane T
Fri. ...1..4ecbHYiIIo1ocetIea.
Oalv S ew t. 29 .... ottu October lit ot the
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Coach Alphonso Varner and the EWC Tigers open in Momstown, YOUNG WOMEN 4 hrs. workon GIRL-Wanted for three days a
Tennessee against Momstown.Junior College. According to observers Gospel Revue Slated Cherry Blossom Club Help Waited Friday afternoon. 1.5 p. m. week. Health card and refer-
at the recent intra-squad game EWC will field its stsrongestteam Folding papers. Apply Florida ences. Experienced with chil
in years. Many former Stanton and Gilbert players on on the For Sunday At ArmoryA To Observe AnniversaryThe Star 423 Broad St. dren. Call between 8 a. m. and
squad. The first home game will pit EWC against Savannah State GIRL Experienced for house 5 p. m. Phone EV 83606.
College. Gospel Revue will be pre- .Elks ,auditorium 712 W. work and care for two children. HIGH SCHOOL GIRL or YOUNG
Last Friday night Gilbert played in the Ball Park. Unfortun- sented on Saturday, Sept. 29 at 9 Duval Street, will be the meeting age 30 for SVz days week.' 9 WOMAN To help in office Fri MAID Must be excellent cook.
ately a group of hoodlums set up to turn out the stands. One wentso p. m. in -the. Duval. County' place for the anniversary celebration a. m to 6 p. m. $80 per month days. 4.8 p. m. and Saturday all References and health card re
far as to brandish a gun. We see no reason why this should be Armory. of the>Cherry Blossom Clubon pay 1st and 15th of each month. day. Apply Florida Star. 423 quired. Call FL 9.3574 after 9
permitted. This same group of thugs and others like them are Featured on the occasion will Sunday beginning at 4 p. m. Call RA 42624.COOKMAID Broad St. a. m.
"turning out" places all over town. No telling what they will do be a number of the outstanding An interesting program has
next. Fortunately no lives have'been lost yet. The victim of the gospel groups and singers. bee arranged by the program Experienced for ,YOUNG MAN High school Apts. For Rent
Funland cutting is improving. We the citizens must demand of our Ethel Davenport, Gospel Singer, committee to be presented at this 5V4 days. 9 a. m. to 7 p. m. I grad to work for newspaper.
city officials to look into this juvenile terrorism. Do you Mr. and is directress and Deacon Melvin time.Mrs. Family of three. $20 plus carfare I Apply Florida Star. 423 Broad. Two furnished rooms and use of
Mrs. Colored Jacksonville know that we do not have a single colored Grace of WOBS will serve as Ruth Gardner is presidentof weekly. 1757 Talbot Are. kitchen. Call Mrs. Walker EL
juvenile officer.. Nor do we have colored policewomen. Only by master of ceremonies. the group. EV 95785. I REGISTER and VOTE! 45414.
increased police protection and by full punishment by the courts
can this be stopped.On .
he 30 of September the Florida Voters League will meet in
Jacksonville. The meeting will be a sOrt of banquet affair. A small
let win be charged for tickets. Isadore Singleton who is the 2nd
Congressional District vice proxy (Jacksonville and vicinity) invites OPEN
all persons interested in. working in or have an interest in
politics civic affairs and hie like to come out. An invitation is UNTIL
extended to all. There will be speakers from all over the state
Plan now to get your ticket and attend this meeting at the Richmond
Hotel Dining Room on Sunday. September 30. 9
For the first time in our memory, FAMlTs fine team was saluted
with other College teams in the state. The magazine supplement in
the afternoon paper carried a salute to Florida college football teams; FRIDAYNIGHTS
last week. In addition to the write-up, A & M's schedule and
pictures of Jacksonville's Al Frazier and Gallimore, FAMU's All-
Amverican twins appeared along with Jackie Simpson, Roundtreeand
Joe Brodsky of the University of Florida and the rest of the
top football stars of Florida. Drop a card to the editors of All

Florida John D.they Jenkins deserve celebrated your plaudits.his birthday this week. J, D. is a
non-indulger but Frank Camion wigged him on two Champ Ales. -
He had a fine time .. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher bad some
friends by for a housewarming. Fisher and the Missus had a real
gone shebang in their real gone newly decorated home Panama
City's loss is Jacksonville's gain. Laura Daniels has chosen to make
the Gateway City her home for a spell Mae Frazier Green is
again at the "Hi-Hat". Business upstairs on the block is still jump
ing and Ernie is still running and trying hard to please. 7 PC. Modern Sectional Group
Sice Silas Levine has been in town he has run brotherinlawBill
Scriven about out. Bill is looking sort of tired now but Silas
says the show must go on.
Elmore "Crack" Davis and Harry "Peanut" Purl joined the +ry r 2-Pc. SECTIONAL SOFA
Yankees and had a pennant celebration Wednesday nite. These two '
"diehard" Yankee fans are sitting back with smug grins telling all] BLONDE CORNER TABLE
bring on anybody. Around the corner Gerry Nash, Pops Frazier
and gang are trying to pull Brooklyn across the wire. You could
have cut the gloom with a butter knife when the Brooks were METAL SMOKER
whipped by the Cards Tuesday nite. Today they are all smiles. f. J .Y.y' 3
Everyone has been trying to figure out where Robert Brymer F Y 2 DECORATOR PILLOWS
goes on the weekends occasionally. Well we found out. Brymer
has.a most exotic lookink 1U Latin-American down Daytona way. a a OPEN AN ACCOUNT
We found out he has been making quite a few sly excursions down
the East Coast. We really must admire the boy's taste. Huff sed. y -- -- NO CARRYING CHARGES
Nathaniel Matthews and his madam the former Dorothy Weath-
ersbee are _the,proud parents of a boy. Mama and son are doing
, fine. Daddy isjmproving-r-s. the Stork Front, Lucile and Harry
- -Puzi-MtTIooklhg again. When it rains it pours.

Fay Fay slipped Hair away Helms to Tennessee is having her and wedding got hitched reception up. Wish Saturday her much nite. The Big Furniture Store On The Corner Of Broad And Adams

luck and many boy children. .
See Bill Pauline home for a Visit. Bill looks fine. Hope he hasa
nice time. He and John Pauline were out taking in the sights .
Folk at the Tropicanna had something to talk about when hubby
sent the "girl in the red dress" home pronto. Seems as tho _he
exerted masculine authority. 8 PC. Lovely Bedroom Group 1
J. D. "Mr. Goodwill" Brooks left town for the Sunshine Area .! -
of the state.. We mean the Tampa St. Pete section. After workingin
that area J. D. will stop in Orlando and set up a"Regetta" before
returning to Jacksonville George Christopher came in town _
Sunday and spent a while with Curtis at the Country Club. Georgeis DOUBLE DRESSER ,
thinking of ordering a "57 Kitty". For one thing he can afford it.
It is strange sometimes how improvements come. Take the case $
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Meats someone had to get beaten up first Anyway it is
commendable that the management has requested that a Negro of- INNERSPRING MATTRESS .:: 7s
ficer be assigned to duty there Congratulations to H. C. Donaldon
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