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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 10, 1957
Publication Date:


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

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University of Florida
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)-In DADE CITY-A white player for the Tampa Tarpons baseball '": \

a special meeting of the Bishop's team was, wounded slightly last Wednesday, about midnight by ,; i
Council held, at noon Friday for birdshot w hen jan automobile. carrying two other white players and'

the purpose, ,.of. selecting a: bishop, three: egro' mem r'-of.tho Florida State league team was firedl':. : I i .
.to serve the nth Episcopal District "' .
upon. -
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Of Pr'incipa"1 TransfersDELAY for the remainder of-:the : Sheriff : Leslie- Bessinger said I Y-
term, Bishop S. L. Green was i her;had not determined the reason NEGRO COUPLE '

named. to the post. i for the shooting, which occurred

Bishop R., 'R. Wright was appointed soon.-af terthe, can had been moved

to serve in both the 8t> ; from, djrectly) in ,front of a drive. SUES BUS FIRM ,: X fc-
r and 16tK' Districts with the assistance in, at the curb girl's request, .r

2 PRINCIPAL TRANSFERS LAUNCH .of Bishop J. Suns. because -it ,contained both white
I Bishop' .0. Sherman was as ,and;.Negro, men. FOR $505,000TALLAHASSEE
to the 18th District .1
signed embracing
The ,sheriff said, he will check

45TH STREET PERSONNEL NAMEDBy I ROBE"OF MISSING UNION FUNDS 'Bishop Green.Oklahoma, to succeed!; was the.possibility the aftermath that of the some,shooting incident A $505,000 -

Bishop Green had been- presiding : I
at Leesburg. damage suit against the Tamiaml
over the Florida district since '
Trail Tours Inc has been filed
Bessenger said Richard

(SPECIAL)-The Duial Special County Correspondent School Board in an unexpectedmove Investigation into By-the Staff use ,of Correspondent: union funds' which has been the Bishop the. filing D. Ward of charges Nichols who against has a righthanded pitcher, was Colgan hit in, I in Federal District Court by two
III Negroes from Jamaica
in the
last Thursday deferred approval of two important principal headline, news throughout the country in recent months has, now been suspended until 1960 following the right ajm by four birdshots.The II British West Indies.
team to
assignments which were announced earlier in the week. hit Jacksonville. I I his conviction of of was'returning '
> charges Mrs. Helen H. Bullock and
from Leesburg where it
Inside school, circles view the This time it is the Cigar Mak violation
of church laws. '
., played last night. Grover C. Bullock, are suing for
action to defer the transfers. as I erS Local Union No.. 119, which
an .. indication of a behind-the. ,,: ; has doubts, that ail: .of,..itsfunds IS'. -VSr' 1 Sheriff Bessinger gave this ac Injuries they,alleged they sufferedin
JAX BEACH RULED a fight which grew out of a ;
the shooting:
scenes fued. packed with political .y.. are intact
M The players stopped'fit the bus seating Incident at Perry, 60 '
maneuvering It was learned this week that :
southeast of here, a
z a drive-in for milkshakes. One of year
The board deferred until .the a ps an'investlgaUon' Is ,in progress LOW COST HOUSING
'........ '-mit"meetI ng of body the 'following ( to determine .htrir: "much Lunion.s' the r ; ..... ---'. ... the white players got the, drinks. ago.The
: -: ::.:.. When the curb girl asked that thecar Bullocks said ,they rodeinj It;
.transfers ,funds
: are missing. a :'k oY A representative of the 'Hous- oe' moved, the player drove a front seat of a' Tamtamt -Jius--W; wr;
at James chairman : .
Arthur: Madry. principal Lundy, of the "
ing Home Finance Agency about 40 to darkened from Tampa to Perry on a trip
yards -a .

away .
James Weldon Johnson Junior executive board of, the union is said Jacksonville ,
Thursday, that to New At'
spot. There was no disputeor York last August.
High, was: to have gone as principal conducting the investigation andis !
Beach is eligible for ,the first
trouble.As Perry, they-said T. H. Poppell, of
to. John E. Ford: Elementary. assisted! by Bennie Brown, federal assistance to provide low they were driving off after Perry, boarded the bus and told
James E. Green, principal at'
Smart Pope Livingston element president of the union.- r cost homes for Negroes. in Flor. finishing their shakes, three shotgun them to move to the rear. When

Lundy said he had suspicionsand ida.The blasts were fired at the i they refused, a fight resulted.
Weldon I
to at
ary had ,been digging into the number,' of low-cost homesto car. They kept on to Zephyrhills, Bus Driver Carl C. Cunninghamof
matter since last May. He added be built will be sgugested by about 10 miles away, before Tampa said he ordered all. ;,.

These transfers were deferred that it would be difficult to' tell Wilton Blanton, the agency's regional stopping to have a doctor examine three off the" bus. .
until the next meeting of the at this time how much, of the economist, of Atlanta, the wounds. The Bullocks brought the suit

board. union's, funds have been used by when he files a report in Atlanta. i The sheriff was notified .and originally In New York on the .

James H. Agrett, principal of I any party or parties. Final ,approval of the applicationmust questioned the players then. Noneof claim of possible' racial prejudice .

John E. Ford, was to become n n_ _mn___m.m-__-n __._. ,_- Brown said Mrs, Berniece Per.kips be given by the regionaland the men could explain the I in Florida, court attaches said. .
,print; al at the new junior highon 'Pugh, secretary-treasurer, Washington offices. shooting. I The bus company then moved
Moncrief road. of the organization had been I BERNICE' PERKINS PUG Blanton explained that homesto successfully to have the suit
Transfer Deferred .
At a previous meeting they also temporarily relieved of her duties Books Investigated replace substandard ones can transferred here. after it had
made the following appointments: and indicated he believed the be built under Public Law 221. waived a jury trial.
Lawrence Williams teacher at Olivia H, Baldwin, from principal missing funds might be anywhere I !This provides 40-year, no no-down- TRAIN KILLS ;

Matthew W. Gilbert School, was at Baldwin elementary- between two and four thousand POLICE HOLD NEGRO, 33, payment mortgages which are repayable .

named acting ,assistant principalat junior ,high to principal at West dollars. I IN DEATH OF WHITE WIFE at around $30 monthly, ,:

the new junior high, schoolon Jacksonville. In' reply to a request .for a I I he stated. The mortgages probably JAX MAN, 50A SEEKS ACTION .

Moncrief near 45th street. Administrative personnel of the statement, Mrs. Pugh told the I GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. would be handled by the

Robert! ._C.: Lynon, from principal new 45th Streetxschool number FLORIDA, STAR Friday morningshe I Samuel A., Johnson, a 33year-old Public Housing AdminL tration.
at West Jacksonville Schoolto 155 as released by Ish Brant, would have one later; but up !negro, :was held Twithout charge A survey conducted by the city ,man was killed ON INTEGRATIONTALLAHASSEE

the College Park School as Supt. of Public Insruction.H to press ,time none was forth. :Monday" In the bludgeon slaying lists 270 Negro living units in last Friday night when an Atlantic .

principal. James Argrett, Sr., coming. : of his 20-year-old white wife. Jacksonville Beach, of which 164 Coast line train enroute
Roosevelt D. Madison, from principal. : Police found the body of Shirley are considered substandard. for from Sanford to Jacksonville ran The Inter.

principal at College Park to principal Lawrence Williams Asst. r Johnson, an expectant mother, ,either sanitation and health or over, him, crushing his head.G. Civic Council of Tallahassee which '
at Oakland School. principal. *. A FLORIDA STARIN I dead in bed at the_Johnson home fire hazard reasons. The city D. Hudson and E. E. Ave. spearheaded the bus boycott that _

Sadie Tillls, from principal at Hortense Williams Gray Dean.. EVERY 'yesterday. They said she had been found the average income in the rette along with other membersof crippled the operations of the .
Oakland to principal at Smart : I 'I struck twice by a blunt instru section to be $38.16 a week. Blan the crew said they saw the city's bus line several months

Pope Livingston. (Continued on Page. 8)) COLORED HOME ment. ton said that was above average. man lying on the east rail of the ago has filed its second petition
tracks with his feet in an easterly with the Leon County School

direction, but the Diesel struck board .
seeking action on the in.tegration
the man before the engineer could -of schools.

Bishop Nichols Found Guilty EWD. WATERSCOUNTY bring the engine o fthe 77-car Signed by the council's 16-mem-

train to a stop. ber executive committee, the petition

The body of the victim who was asks the school ,board to

GRANT identified as Charlie Lenzy Clinck- "advise the counci' as to what ,

I les, 50, of 525 Carl Street was plans have been made. or are. ,

f'I Of Violating AME Church, Law IIN JEOPARDY? Morgue taken to where the it was Duval pronounced County being implementation considered of for the a good U.s.faith Supreme ,

I Reprinted from Monday's Extra Edition Patrolmen C. J. DeVane, J. D. positive plan of ,action has been ;
One of .the topics of wide i. Austin and Sgts. W.' C. Barber formulated to date, then approximately .. !
.. By ERIC O. SIMPSON spread discussion since the and F. A. Gruber investigated. when a reasonable 'start
4 trial began Is speculation on
towards full compliance may. be a
Bishop s D;>.Ward 'Nichols, presiding prelate of the llth Episcopal district, and probably.vthe most contro'verslal figure _In ,the what effect the trial win have expected." '

AME 'Church was.' declared guilty of Violation of church laws by a trial committee in 'a stormy denominational. trial held in Jacksonville on the county and city grants Eastside Man Shot The petition was dated June 29.

at Mt. ZIon AME Church last. week i : ,to Edward Waters ,College. By Barroom BouncerAn It "also had been submitted April
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1 expressed fears -
The dirge which many believe -
We come now to,make a report." I ments upon churches i.and (c) Presiding elders of the that either or both branchesof eastside told
sounds the death of the brilliant I man police hew / .
but turbulent career of Decatur After telling the court that the ministers Florida Conference were requiredby the government might cut s shot in a local barroom last 'YOUNG WOMAN -19 .
Ward Nichols began to peal at committed considered the need .to *3, Disobedience to the prderof: Bishop, Nichols and/or his off the' appropriation: as a result Saturday night when the bouncer ,.'_ '

; .- about 10:25 p.m. Saturday night exercise wisdom and vigilanceto the AME Church. agents to pay $175.25 per..district of the squabble Involving attempted to put him out. IS INJURED, IN : sFAMILX :'j a

as Bishop H. Thomas Primm of protect the laws of the church Unauthorized projects. for furniture, for his private home..J the grants. George Thomas, 27,, of 1511 : FIGHT .,' F. 1 t
and "safeguard this heritage" and It has been,pointed out, however Avenue ...., .
Evergreen said he in "
the 10th District and chairman of 5. Employed persons without (d) The finance committee.were was ." :
the trial committee addressed the that' realizing the conditions we authorization/: : '. not allowed' function according that there was no charge the upstairs louage o,* an Ashley Evelyn,Arnold, 19, $31 Eyerson ..' 1 -
have to face "theough they tear \ that the $33;,000 given by the Street barroom when
law conference
.to the In an
'f' ecclesiastical court before an The any over argument Street was hit on the head with '
the heart. Primm specific, points on which County has' 'been : :
Bishop misappropri
nouncing the findings of the announced the onetimeczar" the which 'B1siiopNlcho1S, presided. developed between himself a glass jar during a fight betweenher -.
the counts on which the and his -girl-friend.,Verdell k
., jurors. church was convicted are:] (e) Employing college personnel :!stepfather and her mother u. .
"" committee found NicholsguJIty'
Bishop Thomas said .
1 IB somber tones almost ,apologetically (a) In the Central= .Florida Conference without authority. one of the bouncers Saturday, Aug. 3, causing lacerations
attempted( to put him'out and i 3
of the right side of forehead.
j Bishop Primm intoned: the Finance Committeewas :'
The trial committee found. DISSENTING VOTE during the.'scufije- was shot An argument between .
not' allowed to handle Henry C. -
"It- Is needless to say- that" the Nichols guilty on five counts. budget fund. ,' the The jury did -not bring in a SUPPORT YOUR by the 'bouncer. The victim who Devaughn, 38, 83l/Everson Street] J 11>

,. task of arriving at a decision waJJ 1. Illegal handling of Central (b) 'The, total public verdict:against the defendant on suffered' minor wound and'was I'I his wife and stepdaughter, Evelyn '
great It has been burdensome treated at >Duval Medical Center turned,
Budget Funds. not 'sent to the Minimum YMCA a fight in which Eve.* r
and it has been I T rGA said he does,not wish to prose. ] lyn Arnold
heavy. 2. Placing burdensome assess- Fund suffered a blow
Salary onthe
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_.Two. THE FLORIDA STAB. Saturday' August ;10-1957. "

: :THE FLORIBA STAR ") .. ;.." Politics As Usual. .jy r I'' 1,

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1i'+: )Published by The Florida Star Publishing'Co. SOUTHERN GROUP OPPOSES JURY TRIAL 1 oj

i'r. MAIN OFFICE & PLANx: Sk \ !
M2S r.-.t ; NEW* ORLEANS, La.,-Eigb.ty.fivo persons from 18 Southern!i \
Downtownnc.- Office;,42S Broad,Street-Ptoone IXgin 4-377S t '
."a and border states and the District of Columbia joined In opposing:. x I
Lolling Address '' the jury trial amendment to the Civil Rights bill. >" l
,, 1-, Y. O. Box 561 Jacksonville 1,' Florida,
..:.. y. They said it would be better to I I

Erie O. Simpson ...................-.......a.?.:. ......Editor pass no bill at all than to pass crime against the state in which V- "

C.;Parham Johnson.Altamae ..:................ ......;....'...Neu-s Staff !. one which limits the powers of case the right to jury trial is in. 1 : ; i:

Richardson .........................-;:"\,Ciradation. Dept. courts'to enforce their decrees. violate and is unaffected by theAdministration's .,J'', ;.
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Member Associated. Negro Press : "An "It would be better not to pass \
entitled: I
civil at all
rights legislation
r One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $L80 Open Letter from, I any \.
than to a bill which limits
:>'_' Mallei\ To You Anywhere In The United States. the South on: ., pass t
the of courts to enforce
N power
SubscriptionsPayable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To: Civil Rights" andaddressed
to the i their orders.. We are in a. better_ ._ :
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to -
r .ti Senate of the! position get justice in civil'wrights
United I cases under existing*laws
State 1.was \:
A than we would be if you pass
published to-
: day as an advertisement -| the proposed jury trial amend .
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statement w a si JURY TRIAL, PROPOSALThe

t rel coordinated b)y& SUIPS01'l' I I NAACP opposes the jury
The-recent "trial" of an AME Bishop for alleged violation of 1 r the Southern Conference Educational trial amendment offered by three

the Church, Discipline' has left much to be'questioned. And after ;. Fund, Inc. Democratic senators-Joseph C.'.:

all the name-calling, the pointing of accusing fingers and the airing ut "The right to vote" said the O'Mahoney of Wyoming Estes F-'

of all the filthy wash What ,has been accomplished? statement, "consecrated by our KeFauver of Tennessee and Frank'''

Some say that the conviction of Bishop Decatur Ward Nichols democratic institutions is entitled Church of Idaho for the follow.

received will serve as a deterrent to bishops who are prone to Lx fit'' to all means of protection existing I! ing reasons:

.abuse their positions to fill theoir pockets with poor Christian Iv In our judicial system The Ad 1. Judy trials in contempt proceedings

people's money. ... d 0 ministration's civil rights bill H.R. : are contrary to general

We admit that there have been such abuses In,many cases more 6127 will fill an aching gap in practice under existing statutes.

serious, and involved greater sums than mentioned in connection ,' providing a means of preventive 2. Jury trials in contempt proceedings "

jvith Bishop Nichols' case. We agree, too, that some, remedial epsshould' action to protect that right from would deprive the courtsof

be taken. But we certainly do not agree with the method "FORCED SEGREGATION PE RMITS HATE TO TRIUMPH." encroachment. unhampered powers to enforce
their own orders.
applied in this case or some previous cases. "The confusing proposals to

Such trials in an open church with loudspeakers carrying every scious of your personal obliga- amend the bill by a provisionfor 3. Tie amendment would assure ;.

word of the charges and counter charges into the streets are, to' ; tions toward relatives or' members jury trial, however limited, a jury trial for any hoodlum or i

say thq least in very bad taste. Your Weekly of the community. can only cripple the enforce.., law enforcement officer who, in f
ment of the law by introducinginto defiance of a restraining court
better 380667965386.LIBRA II
We do not know by what power of cvonsecratlon, or .
the proceeding the very local order kept a Negro from registering 1
still, ex-commlunlcatlon, we can transform the Holy Church Into a
Horoscope GuideWHICH prejudice against which protectionIs or voting by threats intimidation 'i t
with hate
pagan-like amphitheater for a "trial" that reeks ven. .
sought. Also the jury trial provision or violence.
and treachery, where nasty InslnuatloD5'and Inuendoes are
genre ARE YOUR LUCKY Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd introduces a of which ,
DAYS FOR weapon 4. In in
hours later for the administering any _
shouted and then open It ,again eight Fou should be than
now more
delay which can be used to with. such an incident would be possible
of Holy Communion. BUSINESS LOPETRAVEL of the of the ..
hold indefinitely the right to vote. it would be unlikely that a
This we believe Is desecrating the church. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER changing planetary pattern. Jupi "A court's decree is an order jury could be impaneled that .:
We do not see why it is necessary to make a circus out of a ter which entered your Sunsignon to those before it to do or to would convict the offender, re ",

hearing for one of the men appointed to carry out God's \fork,:but the 6th, will enable you to ex refrain from doing certain things.A gardless of how overwhelming the .\

who in someway may have erred or violated a law of the church. ABIES well as your own domestic situation pand and project the ideas and party dissatisfied with the evidence might be. ;?

When a prosecuting attorney Is permitted to hold up a bishop Born March 21st thru April 19th experience you have painfully acquired .: decree has his full rights of appeal 5. Even if the jury included i

before the public as a ,thief and usurper, it serves only to destroythe There are no major aspects 9-60-55-59- 3965.OANCER through the years. I and review. In the rare case Negroes who were able to .resist ,;,

followers' faith in their appointed Christian leaders. '" Andit ;scheduled for the week making 750444843754.SCORPIO in which a party refuses to honor the pressures directed toward .r,

certainly is not in the least compassionate on the part of 'the i it an ideal time to devote your. the decree of an equity court, the them the best that could be .

churchmen. self mainly to the pursuit of the Born June 22nd th'' rnJuly 22nd court has the power to punish hoped for would be a hung jury

Such hearings should be held In privacy, with dignity and com open spaces, and'your favorite You are likely to become Interested Born Oct 24th thru Nov. 22nd i him for contempt. in which case the defendant would '.

passion. pleasures. Your heart could easily In new; hobbies forms of The entry of Neptune into your I "The contempt powers of equity be freed.

become ,captivated by a cause, a pleasure and romantic attachments Sun-sign' Will bring you a new courts are founded on the funda 6. Trial by a federal judge without .

foreign land or exotic person who The need, for more elbow awareness of your feelings, crew mental sanctity and authority of a jury trial would, under the
brings a hew outlook into your room for residential and family the court to enforce amendment be limited to ,
tive apitudes and the demands of its own decree (a) per.
TOO MANY UNSOLVED MURDERSWith life. Moderation is your keyword. purposes may also be made evident your loved ones Use this power and not on any concept of sons who committed violations in

610111322612.TAURUS but make certain that you constructively and it will take the presence of the court andb

do1; not assume back-breaking com- you to undreamed-of heights. ( ) election registrars who re-

four cases of murder. committed since the early, part of mitments. 5-70-22-69-21-572. inclined formerly to dismiss the fused to carry out a court order. *
'3 40-'3-38-31-343. whole notion as being below your to '
the year still unsolved, there is cause for great concern. Born April 20th thru May 20th register a citizen as directed.

First we have the case of Thaddeus Kennerly stabbed to The lack of aspects means only SAGITTARIUS principles developments are boundto The official could, after a hearing

death in his Floradale home in the county; next is 11-year-old that things are shaping up'behind LEO Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st i make you realize that a sound be ordered by the judge to jail '
Born July 23rd thru ,Aug. 23rd way of life is powerfully linked to and to remain/ there until he
Emmelyn Ellison, the victim of a vicious sex-murderer; then there the scenes and that you will soon Jupiter moving into your 11th I .
is Lena Mae Starling found dead in a used "car lot on Hogan Street; be made keenly aware what effect There are no major planetary social house on the 6th, opens your economic improvement. agreed to comply with the court's ,
I aspects to mention this week but 290338731237.PISCES order
and, finally Jahn "Smitty" Smith, shot'down In broad daylight a this will have on your life. They new doors for expanded social register the complainant.
Having some acquaintanceship with several of the men of the may be the opportunities that this does not mean that nothingis activities, club connections and However if on election day an

City Police Homicide Division we are reluctant to surmise that Fate is offering you to become happening In the world. The personal fulfillment. official or a private citizen pre. .
things that are, and will be transpiring Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th vented a voter from casting his
sheer indifference to crimes in the Negro area is responsible for more productive with the helpof 4-60-77-58-75-467.
their failure to solve either of the three crimes committed in the individuals who have much to have a Divine purpose, and The passage of Neptune into ballot, sluch an individual could
you will find it much easier to demand and get a jury trial.
city limits.It contribute in the way of inspiration your 9th Solar house on the 5th u
bend with the winds and adapt CAPRICORNBorn Whatever the of the
appears that both the city and the county needs to stream- and material backing. The should have given you an entirelynew purpose
yourself as quickly and graciously Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th outlook as regards religion, sponsors of this amendment, the
line its criminal detection divisions. For one thing, we' know that prospect seems exciting.
as possible when have to. You are still on the NAACP its effect will be :'
the City Police Homicede Division is miserably understaffed. 4 80-77 79-76-186. you way up beliefs, extensive travel and self. asserts <<
1- -88-32-85-148. and the significant planetary development. Forced changes that to weaken the bill in such a way .
However, it is time that the city and county take steps to train !J'*
changes that have and are taking be personally disturbingcould as to make possible the continued
men at some of the better schools in the art of crime detection. may
GEMINI VIRGO place are there to back you up. be the work of fate so disfranchisement of the
This is a highly specialized and we need men to specialize in
age Born May 21st thru June 21st Born Aug. .24th'ihru Sept. 23rd You can aim for greater prestige, accept them gracefully and phi. majority of southern Negroes,
crime detection modern methods and materials to find
using mur.
All Geminlans cannot, help but With Jupiter moving into your high honors prominence or the osophically. Jupiter less than a quarter of whom are

derers.With notice the gradual turn of events 2nd financial 'house you can expect goal of your choice. 8-30( -99-28-97-837. now permitted to register.
the loose for committed In less
four murderers crimes
in their intimate locales because and
more revenues profits to grow 92Q551953923.AQUARIUS .
than; six- months this, is a serious matter that somebody needsto of the movements of major when you really get down to

get busy and ,do something about. v planets. This will affect the lives business. ''Pluto going into your Born Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th

of those who are dear to you as Sun-sign makes ,you mare con Although you may have been

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'ci II e Cu.en Jaxons United In Matrimony I Nation's Top Home Economists Applaud"1 I I

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The Independent -.I 'J J I Iu !

flellkiH9Krs. No. 3 will sponsor a tripto Z

Little Talbot Island Thursday, -* 4-- 1J ..

August 15. The bus will leave .. ,. 4 Hrfi7.
from 1409 Cleveland Street. Mrs. ,
Mrs. Rebecca Foster was honored
S. D. McKnight, president of the t (
with a surprise birthday
Society has extended an invitation 1
beach home y4
party in the lovely
to all members and friendsof S \
/ of Mrs. Corrine Kennedy, who )3
the club to r
was the hostess for the party. attend.S '
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to + Beautiful seasonal flowers were ; ': r I !
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f Choir 3 of ML Ararat Baptist .. : : 1
,''_ oacd for decorations throughout \ : i
Church will observe its anniversary >., .ci. .....,:,1. .
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'f .' the'.hO\Le. .Games were played August 16 .In. the church .r '*' f, '.:.. .' .', A" ''; :,-," .......

t ..- and refreshments were served to auditorium. A program is being ..:' \. < -.. '

all present. The honoree received far the occasion. '" :: -
arranged L: 5.T
1. many useful gifts. Present were: $ L Li.

J' .]dra. Addle Mae Jones, Mrs. Al- The North Jacksonville Christ- ;\4

frcda. Fredrick, Mrs. Willie Mae mas Saving Club will sponsor a > -i.. -

I Ashley., Mrs. mile Mae Hooper, moonlight excursion to the beautiful r -. I"
Rose Morris Mrs. Blanche :S'c' z. ;:'.' yk
Mrs American Beach in Fer- ',.... aLr

''I Williams Mrs. Elizabeth Harris, nandina Monday night Aupgust .,;0::..':. ..... ;.. ,"<.;./.>;:'

S. Mrs- Ester Mae Person, Mrs. 12 from 7:30 to 1 };,,:. ...;. ':'. :
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Mrs. Naomi Jones Mrs. ; ... :
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S Bessie L. Brown, Miss C. K. Ken RECITAL PLANNED A

nedy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles JCeiu FOR MALE CHORUS j' 1.
__ I ,. >.;nedy. and Leon Foster. Serving

:<; the guest were Miss Francis I .:
( The Male Chorus of Day Spring y: e > vim.C
Jones and Miss Mamie Foster. !
Church will be
I \ .' Baptist presented _
I ." T hi a recital Sunday night follow. y. ki.v. 0A.
The Lucky Sixteen Sewing and ing the regular services in the # .

Saving Circle held its business auditorium of the church at 8:30 i TM _

- I .' meeting recently in the home of ii i I

,; Mrs Lucy McDonald, with Mrs. pjn.The affair is being sponsoredby >' I 1
WEDDING PARTY Members of the wedding party for the recent marriage of )[r. Band Mrs. -. Ok
I Mildred Jones serving as hostess. Mrs. Renetta In the
', Vaughn William Ellison are seen here. The candle-light ceremony took place in the home of 5Ir. and Mrs. Forrest' Slim: trim and chic were the words to describe lowly) young
I The Circle completed plans for interest of the annual Women's
.' J Lovings. From left are: Bliss Marion GUlls, maid of honor; Sirs. Morrestine Donalson, matron of honor; Sylvia Everett as she modeled this sew-it-yourself "hostess" costume
.the Annual picnic on August 18 Day program which is scheduledfor before an admiring audience of more than 600 leading home
.. ;' Gwendolyn Lovings, flower girl; 3Ir. and l1rs.Vllliam Mr. Frank Donalson Sr., best man, and 3Ir. of
-'t Little Talbot Island. Follow. August 25. economists attending tho recent national convention the American
Jerome Forrest, usher.WOMANLESS. Home Economics Association, in ,St. Louis. All fashions presentedat
hour the
tag the regular social Mrs. Celestine Dixon of Pensa-
.'' the show, a feature of the popular pro-convention "brandy I'
t hostess served refreshments. coia will deliver the marnlng address brunch", were worn by top Negro models from New York and .
for theVomen's Day pro. WEDDING PLANNEDBY MUSIC STUDIO St. Louis. J

1 ,. bus Bessie ,J. :Mitchell 'o! 1728Myrtle gram. Mrs. M. McKissick of St. This Spanish-inspired matador ensemble, made entirely ca a ,
; standard home sewing machine, offers dramatic proof of the smart"custommade"
Avenue will be hostess to Augustine will deliver the youth 4
look which the home achisve
i .J seamstress can by t
) .. ? the members of the Plaza Sewing day address Music will be furnished ZION HOPE MALE, CHORDS PLANS RECITALThe using inexpensive printed patterns, a bit of imagination and the I,

/ .and Saving Circle, Thursday evening by the Female Chorus far attachments on her sewing machine. .
Combining three different McCall's patterns into n charming
15 at 7 o'clock. the occasion. ;
t August "at hone" costume it made of the Greist Manufacturing '
/ was by -
The Male Chorus of Zion Hope Baptist Church will a "Tots To Teens" Music
August 19 thru 23 will be observed sponsor J
f I r Company, world's largest maker of home sewing machine
( '' :.REV. E. WILCOXTO at the week of the "Seven womanless wedding September 16, in the church auditorium. Studio will be presented in a attachments, for easy duplication by fashion-wise young nmrrieds '

Seals." There will be a minister A unique program will be pre piano recital Sunday, August 11, and career women like Mrs. Everett. The important Spanish dp-
tA BE HONOREDThe signer influence is shown in the tight-lttin 'slim pants rod short ,
each night to open a Seal along sented with some of the most ta 5 p.m. in the studio located at
bolero of creamy white corduroy, with richly decorated green and
: with visiting choirs. There will talented individuals of the city WEDDINGBELLS 834 West 12th Street. gold: braid trim in a continuous "doodle" design: the braid "doo

.... Rev. kE.. L. Wilcox, pastorof be quartets made of the choirsof participating.Bride Miss Marion L. Gaither, di- dling" can readily be applied from any free-hand sketch, by using ,

'the Bethany' Baptist Church, Day Spring under the directionof recter of the studio and sponsorof either the top braider or underbraider on the machine. Perfect i
--for the affair will, be E. Spanish accent again in the finely ruffled shirt front made
will be honored by his members Mrs. R. Benthone, S.'L. Davis Ernest L. Cooper, 722 Lafayette. tht recital stated that many'of appears 0 Y
Britton; gloom, Stephen Sanders; by using the ruffler on tho machine.
_'-f-f with an appreciation program and C. B. Fisher to provide the bridesmaidS are Walter Hawk, St., age'35 and Annie M. Conyers'i the popular piano selections for Top stylists point out that smart fashions-to-sew like this ensem-

,Sunday evening, August 18, at music. A different quartet t will 517 W. 2nd St. age 25. 1 beginners and advanced pupils ble are easy and fun to make-and to wear I lI tI
J. L. ,King. Harold Augusta Cox,
6:30 p.m.Among. perform each night. \Vr Isiah Chas.. C. Youngblood, Jr., 721 will be featured on the program.
G. Byrd and M. Senior. ,
those persons scheduledto District 4 of the church will observe E. 4th St., age 20 and Cassie L. Pupils to participate on the Do You i J
and Kindellis Rate A
Jones, best man; Mr. I Second Look? .
participate on the program its anniversary Sunday at the bride's father. Ring beareris ,Anderson, Box 618. age 19. program are: Ronda Baker, Beverly : "

I o are: Mrs. Eliza R. Perry Mrs. 3:30 p.m. at 1411 Grothe Street. James Tolbert, 722 McCoy St.,I Ann Butler, Carolyn Holmes, I
:.} Gussie Mrs. Dollie Ford Lonnie Hart; flower girls, Master v "Are you decent: This isn'ta from one stage of beauty to
Paige, A program will be presented at age 17 and Leona Thomas, 4009 Annette Murphy, Marla Potts, an
Senior and Johnnie-King.John question about your morals. other. 4
:}.{rs. B. Robinson, Mrs Brown, that time.MALE will serve as minister assisted Grant Rd., age 17. Brenda Pugh, Lynette Riley, Deb. It's the way theatrical people To keep attractive and "de."
Lowery -
Mrs. M. Bolden, Mrs. Olphella Freddie L. Miller, 1023 DewittSt orah Smiley, Janice Sutton, Felisa and many of the school set ask cent," requires no more work,

\ ( Johnson, Miss Winifred Ishmael, by T. Jackson J, Cecil Fisher :, age 20 and Eva Mae Hampton Villarin and Joyce Whigham. if you're presentable. To young than to let yourself go, says
Miss Delores Summers, Miss :Mar-; CHORUS PLANS will preside at the console. 1023 DeWitt St., age 20. sters of dating age, this means Katherine Potter who heads the
The has been invited to being neat, pressed and well beauty and grooming depait-'!
( Ann Denson Mrs Vera Mae public Lester
va Stewere, 1145 E. 23rd, combed. Often it doesn't
FOR ANNIVERSARY mean ment for Procter & Gamble. In
..' Taylor and Deacon Arthur John attend. age 55.and Essie B. LJoy, 1129 E. MID-SUMMER TEA the same thing after they're fact, it is easier. When you comb

,>' son. 24th St., age a35. SET FOR SUNDAY your hair and put on unrumpled
; of the The Male Chorus of Zion Hope clothes, neat shoes, and'a touch'
All members and friends Rufus Wester, 1024 Frazier St., !
1 Baptist Church, will celebrate its SIMPSON TO OBSERVE \\'V4/ % of lipstick first thing in the
church have been invited to at age 35 and Demetral R. Norman,
District 7 of Matthew
5th anniversary at the church St. Baptist morning, you feel better, so you
.1 .tend the program. YOUTH ACTIVITIES 1031 Scrivens, 23. Church will, sponsor a midsummer accomplish more. And if you,

1 Monday night, October 21, at WEEK AUGUST 19-23 Roosevelt M. Hall, 622 W. 17th. tea Sunday from 4 to 6 make a practice of washing and!
8 5
p.m. setting your hair regularly,.
24 and Lucille
St.. Williams
age in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
/ YOUTH ON PARADE pjn. you'll always be presentable.One .
An interesting program has 18 822 5th St
age E.
Sam Sims, 1531 West 8th Street. way to make your hair
Activities Week will be particularly
1 SET FOR SUNDAY been, planned for the anniversaryby Youpth Levy Green, Jr., 1415 Van William D. Cannon of New Bethel radiant is a treatment i
observed Methodist
.. the president, Stephen Sanders at Simpson Buren St. age 26 and Theresa A. AME Church will be the guest called "hot cream," that takesno
I and pianist Mrs. Emma B. Johnson Church during the week of Aug. : { more time than a shampoo
k Choir 1 of St. Andrews AMEs Hodges, 1425 Florida Ave., age 22. speaker. 1 ,'
1923.with of the leading ? Miss Potter says. Use deter.
some a
along with the members.C. .
.f s_., Church: Atlantic Beach, will pre District 1 of the church will r gent cream called Shasta, add a
sent "Youth on' Parade," Sunday Parham Johnson, will serve ministers and their youth groups I MRS. L' BURDEN meet Sunday at 3:30 J.InIn the 31 little hot water to it and mas-,

i at 4 p.m. in the auditorium of as Master of Ceremonies for the taking part. PLANS FOR RECITAL home of Mrs. S. Sykes, 1650 West : sage it into your scalp. Rinse

the church. affair. Guest Choir will be the Youth ,Day will be observed I 28th Street. )1 repeat the first the billowing suds and lather and

f' 1 Appearing will be Bettye C. Day Spring Baptist Male Chorus. Sunday Aug. 25. The speaker for I Prayer meeting and teachers treatment, this time leaving massage the
Brown, Joyce and Casendra GrantBarbara The Rev., S. Andrews of Allen the morning will be Miss Sylvia : Mrs. Iris Lucille Burden, will be meeting will be held Tuesday at married. Cooking, shopping and lather on your hair for two min.,!

f Davis, Sarah Fulton, and Chapel AME Church will deliverthe E. Moman, the soloists will be : presented in piano' recital, Sunday the 'usual hour. Bible study will ily taking sometimes care of a make house you and forget fam- utes with a and towel.covering Then your rinse. head They!'" .

'j Willie Harris, all of Jacksonville anniversary sermon. Miss Jacqueline Smith and George August 11, in the Wilder be conducted at 8' p.m. that you owe a little time to towel treatment is for oily hair,

Youth to appear from the Beach During the program, the contest Tutson. Fred D. Richardson Jr., Park Recreation Center Third yourself. But if you find yourself :

I are: Yvonne Robinson, Jane and between Deacon W. G. Byrd will serve as master of cere- and Mt. Hermon Streets. daughter of Mrs. Victoria Bradleyof knock hiding comes when to the an door unexpected, or ex- / !i 1G

Brenda Shatter Beeche and Bobbie and Brother Stephens Sanders monies. Mrs Burden, talented young this city. 'cusing yourself from a tempting \ (

Ellis, Adrienne s..nd'Patricia will terminate as King of The The speaker for the evening pianist, will be in classics, semi. The Paramount Citizens Club will party because then your hair looks a ,\

Heyward Janet Bennett Wanda classics. a medley of spiritualsand sponsor Mrs. Burden in the re mess, it's time to take
Male Chorus of Zion Hope Bap will be Arthur.McFadden and the stock. There's no need for the
f and Jacqueline Brown. Carnetha I tist Church. Serving Usher Boards soloists will be Misses Allie Fae other selections She is the cital. pretty little bride of a few years i

\ Black,. the Rosebud Singers, EffieGraham will be Zion Hope Usher Board Roundtree and Arnette Scott.. ago to look old before her time. :

Delcrrfs Dean, Hilda Hey No. .4 and, Usher Board No. 3 ,of A youth tea will be held from ROOSEVELT

:ward, Joyce Simmons, Valeria Abyssinia Baptist Church. STRAND. : ;
I 3:30 to 5:30: pjn.: at which time
i Carter, Georgia Mae Newsom, Other Male Choruses to appear: musical will be ren i
a program - SVN..MONAUG. 11-12 !
Peggy J. Rice, Cedia Green, Eliza- ]
-.f will be the Bethany Baptist dered. All qouth groups and [ \
beth Smith JEFF '"
Margie Alberta
.,{ Church, Emanuel Baptist, Little counselors extended a special 1 GREAT WEEK! ,
Bell, Gloria Duffle and Mrs. Jessie are. "Pillars In The Sky" '""" .
Rock Baptist Tabernacle Baptist,
M. Flossie. who 'will give observations. invitation SUK.SAT. AUG. 11.17 & :NEW BOWERY BOYS
West .Union, Baptist, St. Paul
AME. Mt. Ararat Baptist, and THE REAL ELVIS l9 and is a scalp freshener. Aftera
Abyssinia Baptist Church. CLUB. PLANS FOR few of these treatments even
ADVERTISERS : PRESLEY HIT! TUES.. & WED. AUG. 1S.14 tired, mistreated hair will blos
i q,.. The public and all choral groupsof FASHION REVUEThe som with teen-age sheen. And
: P PATRONIZE the city have been invited to Y though your husband may be the
:: ': "VOODOO ISLAlPIIARAOIl'S \D" silent or the reserved type who
( attend. The Rev. E. R. Simpsonis Seamstress Club of Day (ELVIS ; y .& CUfiSE"a / NEVER compliments you on
H :* : WEEKLY the J
Spring Baptist Church will sponsor DRAMATICLSUPPBB CSEAT -' jour appearance, never doubt
SONGS \ *' i for a minute that he notices
a fashion revue Monday night,
3 BIG DAYS! when you look specially nice.
.. SWINDLED JAXONS READ THIS August 12, beginning at 8:30 p.m. TIIURS.-FRI-SAT. As a matter cf fact, there's no And this should be every day
i on the patio of the church. AUOl 15.16.17 need for a woman to look old at because what man doesn't want
: We know that we can keep you from being Swindled But the all. She should just progress his wife to be the prettiest?
Serving as narrator for the revue
: question Is Do you know how to keep from being SwindledIIere's -
l, : h owBEFORE- will be Miss Pearlie Ruth : ti yY1W art r .
Fountain, a local radio announcer.
I YOU BUY ANYTHING SEE US FIRST. Soloist for the occasion are: S .
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4 BEFORE YOU SIGN ANYTHING SEE US FIRST. Miss Marion' Bessent and John 'a tIP ROJUUN' bj _

Gripper. Other music will be fur OUTLAW 1907 Kings Road at Spires
nished by }Miss Judy Bullock. PKES1K1COHlY

1 I I : US FIRST. Ernest Redd and Miss Verdel i ...... ",. .
I. 0 WE HAVE NOTHING TO SELL EXCEPT HONEST ADVICE. Bailey. f ft Where Experienced}

i WE WILL ADVISE YOU IF THE PRICE 'IS RIGHT Models to appear are:Miss Jean t m..a s sm st y [Pharmacists Prepare y'. y'y

j I Oliver, Miss Ida L. Logan, Miss :; Your Prescription According -

I VALUE YOU ARE PAYING FOR. Doris Tucker, Miss Barbara ... Y x 1 to your doctor's J
Mathis Miss Green
Angenira ,
I. '. instructions Using y
> BEING GYPED.DOMESTIC Ruth Ashley Mrs. Minnie Hawk- YOU 1 ; 9"", ,...:., only the best quaB

ins Mrs. Vivian Mrs. ',' drugs. _
:; ; Copeland, JacK '
BUSINESS CONSULTANTS /: Gladys Smith James Monroe and. Dr. C. E. Black Dr. W, T. Graham, .

S18_ West Eighth Street Milton Hood.
_.' Plus EDW. G. ROBINSON A Line of
Jacksonville 6, Florida The affair is being sponsoredin srw.owtw.rtra Complete :
/ *.! ;, ELgin 6-7213 EVergreen 8-6775 the interest of the Women's Cosmetics --Rubber Goods--Candies--Sundries
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I'Mount, Vernon Baptist Plans 29th Anniversary .141! I IS




,i BISHOP NESBITT TO HOLD I MISSlONARY GROUP : The Mount Vernon Baptist Church located on the corner of

YOUTH AND WORKERS Prince and Whither Streets, will celebrate its 29th anniversary
CONVENTION IN GAINESVILLE Monday August 12 through Sunday August 18, in the main

TINY TOTS EVENT .:y S .:! auditorium of the church with each of the services beginning at

Convention Organized In 7:30 p.m. .It

Gainesville 1 1930 By The Bishop The Junior Women's Missionary Scriven. Mrs. Rachel Brooks Mrs

Society of Second Baptist Church, Josie Stamps Mrs. Leslie Peeler, Willis, Mable Gray and Mrs. .;

i The 27th Annual Sunday School will terminate its tiny tots con. Miss Vivian Taylor, Deacon Fred Daisy Knight

and YJ-.W.W Convention of the test, Monday night August 12, Gray, Deacon Grover Hagans, Committee on Registration:

Churches of God In Christ, Western in the home of Mrs. Cola McCoy. Deacon J. H. Goodson Brothers Brother William Hunter, chairman .

Florida, will convene at Mrs. Annie Brunette is the Willie White, Birdsong Sullivan, ; Brothers Dan Love, Hubert

.Gainesville Florida August 20- sponsor of her little grandson, ;- Milton White and Moses Thompson. Engrain, Asbury McG ruder and 1

.25, 1957. The Rt. Reverend W. R. Thaddeus Ayers. Mrs Tasker sae r.ah'w > : Brother Clark, Mesdames Eva

Nesbitt, Sr., presiding. Jenkins is! the co-sponsor for her Committee on fisance: Bro. Ben lummer, Mrs. Charity Knox

This youth and state workers I grandson Milton Tammon Jr. with t: McCall chairman; Brothers Leonard Charlotte Miller and Mrs. Elvira ;j

1 assembly was organized in Gainesville Mrs Maggie Sloan the sponsor. Atwater, Milton White, W.M. Keith. '

in 1930 by Bishop Nesbitt. Sponsoring Baby Matthews, will Cyler Deacon Ollie Hudson, Mrs. Committee on sponsors of members :

Out of this stateyouthworkersassembly be Mrs. Minnie Weathersbee and ":'?," .."'. Esther Lee White and Mrs. Pauline : Mrs. Lois Hagans, chairman .

has grown two other Mrs. McCoy the co-sponsor. Mrs 4 Carter. ; Mesdames Carrie McCall,

L conventions which are associatedas Mable Williams is the cosponsorfor Committee on program: Mrs. Eddie Lee Williams,Maude Moore

a part of their respective state baby Ayers. Rachel Brooks, chairman; Mrs. Helen Tutson, Leola Seagers Ju

I Jurisdictions; however, under the The Society is setting plans to Christine Dawson, Mrs. Minnie lia Longworth Mary Curry, Min

consecrated leadership of Bishop make ,the affair a very enjoyable Bailey, Mrs. Helen Flenoid, Mrs. nie M. Lucas, Delphine Green-

Nesbitt the youth, department of event for the parents 'and friendsof ., Rebecca Smith, Rev. J.V.. Car. leaf and Mrs. Geraldine White

the church has shown constant the contestants. Mrs. AlbertaJ. ter, Deacon Lonnie Williams,Deacon Fussell.

and rapid growth and the state Williams is the president. I: Dave Butler, Brother Starling Committee on Decorations:

I workers have reflected immensely Singleton, Rev. Charlie Jordan, Deacon J. B. Bailey, chairman;
In their abilities to proficiently (, Sc. and the Rev. G. W. Combs. Brother Samuel Footman, 'Mesdames .
SHILOH BAPTIST Nancy Hayes.Emma Hammock
perform services and duties for t Committee on church history:
L. B. Walker Eliza B.
the respective church in 4 ,
Y ,group Deacon G. I*. Flenoid chairman;
: their area and for the community 4V4Sc .4 :VV Humphrey, Mattie Lazenby, Ada
Mesdames Rachel Brooks Lor.
Mrs. Tessie
I which they are a part of. Jones.
raine Johnson. Bessie Waddell
I Committee on boards and auxiliaries .
Coordinating the youth activities Clara Abney, Arosia Harris, Beu-
: Deacon A. L. T hAm
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j and sessions at this meeting lah Summers Leathia Williams
The days worship will begin < CVf chairman; Mesdames Eva Jordan,
will be the following: Elder J. B. t Mattie
Lazenby Jessie B. Footman
with the Sunday School at 9:30 Marie McCall. Jessie Forrester,
Brown, in charge of the Sunday J and Mrs Mae Fleming.
a.m. Deacon Reuben Jeffersonand Iris Parker, Sarah Clark, Ethel
School Dept. and Elder S. Penn
Adison Rucker and Cleve
Nesbitt in charge of the Young Mrs. Erma Baety, superin. Boyd, Brothers Sylvester L. Lucas
; McBride.
tendents in charge.At ; Ben Hayes and
-:{'People's Wining Workers. The T. C. Jones.
: the 11 o'clock morning jd Committee on publicity: Miss
meeting will have as its main obJective k
worship, the pastor Rev. A. B. The Rev. G. T. McCall, pastor
the motivation of young Coleman will deliver the message.Sr. 4 I .i/ s.. : of the church announced that during V
people to strengthen their spirit J. THOMPSON
Choir No. 2, under the direc each of the evenings a well
ual lives by becoming appreciative
of the Christian Way of liv. tion of Mrs. Alyce O. Roberts DISTRICT MEETING-Officers of a recently held district meeting of the Day Spring planned worship service will be S

Ing. There is,the second objective will furnish the music for all Baptist Church and their guest, are pictured In the above photos. In the top photo, the rendered by various ministers and PLANS SIXTHANNIVERSARY

1. of .enriching: the' relationship be- major services.At guest are shown. From left, seated are: Mrs. Loretta Williams, Airs. Thelma Wilson, Mrs. their congregations of this city.

'- tween the youth and adults as 3:00 p.m. on Aug. 18th, the Margaret Wilson, Mrs. Claudette Bailey, and John Singleton. Standing Is Mrs. JohnseHaTurney. Ministers to participate in the

I 'they'find fellowship in the Christian Laymen's Movement of the St. In the bottom photo are the officers, Mrs. Francis Smith, President; Mrs Eddie anniversary celebration are the

J Way of life. There will be James Association will present M Butler, Vice President; Mrs Essie White and Mrs. Victoria Andrews, Secretaries; Mrs. Reverends J. J. Jones, A. J.

early morning fellowships in pray. their annual program' in the main Annie M. Perkins, Treasurer; Mrs. Idella Bailey and J. S. Smith, Religious Leaders. Hughes, E. R. Simpson, B. W.
auditorium of the church. Mr. Williams, C. C. Daniels, J. W.
f er, lectures, singing, individuallyand Evangelist J. Thompson will observe
Mitchell} A. R. Walker, president, Marshall W. M. Hill, H. H.
in his
singing, preaching, anniversary Monday

will preside. Mr. Ish Brant, supt. Wright J. M. Dixon and R. B.
outings and general physical exercises of the Duval County Board of BISHOP BOWEN IS SPEAKERBishop INSPIRATIONAL Brooks. August 12 in the House of
I The state workers will engage God Saints In Christ, located on
in various techniques of Public Instruction will deliver the Following each of the services, the corner of Grant and Florida

carrying on the business of the address far the occasion. Other refreshments will be sold by districts Avenue at 8 '
local talented individuals will appear W. E. Bowen, resident bishop of the Atlantic Coast HOUR PLANNED : pan
church In the state and of Mrs. Pearl Nickerson press Serving as Mistress of Cere
Mr. Walker has requestedthat Area The Central Jurisdiction and the Methodist Church, will be I
,carrying Christ to our commune the 11 the 'and dent.* monies will be Yvonne Daniels,
the members and friends guest speaker Sunday, August morning, evening .
\ ties by living 'The Good Life" of Shiloh be present and witness hours of worship, at Simpson Memorial Methodist ,Church, Kings I The District Junior Women'sConvention The pastor also announced the radio announcer of station WOBS. .

daily the unique affair. Road at Cleveland Street, Rev. S. S. Robinson, Jr. is the pastor. I I Auxiliary to the East following appointments of com Participating on the program ,

The Reverend J. C. Williams, At 6:30 pjn. Baptist Training Bishop Bowen, whose area embraces Florida and Bethany Baptist Association mittees which are working to. will be the sensational Gospel

I District Superintendent of the Union with Mrs. Blanche H. Alabama, South Carolina will present its annual mane. the anniversary successful.I Singers, Heavenly Fire Gospel

I Gainesville District will be host. Scott, presiding. 7:30 p.m. eve. Georgia .and Florida Is regardedas R. MCKISSICKTO Inspirational Hour, Monday night, General chairman Deacon Wil Singers Midway Baptist Church

pastor-superintendent for the con ning worship. All weekly activities one of the outstanding scholars August 19 at the Little Rock son. James. choir of Arlington, Hines Gospel

'r vention. The convention will be. will follow the regular sched and clergymen of the church. He Baptist Church, the Rev. W. C. Souvenir Program and solicitations Singers, Gospel Echoes, Samuel

beld at the .AJM.E. Zion Church ule. -. has served the Atlantic Coast SPEAKER .Mitchell, minister. committo. Mrs. Eliza R. Atwater Hinson and others.

I, Building on the corner of First Area for ten years. Under this, The objective of the project is chairman; Miss Frances Hostesses for the occasion are:

Street and Sixth Avenue inMT. dynamic leadership, the conferences to further interest in the Mission Frances Scriven chairman; Mesdames Miss Delores Morgan, Miss Helen

Gainesville. Persons in the OLIVE CHURCH of the area have made remarkable Richard McKissick, will be the field and to promote fellowship Eliza R. Atwater, Gussie Morgan, Miss Theola Wells, Miss

sonville area who have been accustomed PLANS MEN'S DAY progress in all areas.. principal speaker for the annual among the various groups. Rucker Louise McDougal, Irene Annie Mae Jackson, Miss Mae
to attending- meeting The evangelical committee,Mrs Rockley, and Mrs. Frankie Mae
Music for the services will be Youth Day Observance of the
at Jacksonville will Earline Foster, chairman is Brown.
arrangeto preparing
Annual Men's Day celebrationwill rendered by the combined choirs First New Zion Baptist Church,
join the delegation as they an interesting program for CHURCH CLUB PLANS
be held under the direction of Mrs. Wile located at Seventh and Davis I
to Gainesville on August 20th Sunday, August 11, the occasion. Mrs M. K. Gibson
at the Mount Olive Primitive helmina McIntosh.Following Streets on Sunday afternoon at I BENEFIT TEA SUNDAYThe JERUSALEM CHURCH
for Baptist
} a spiritual revival and warm !is the president. Rev. K. D. Britt
i Christian fellowship. Church, corner of Fourth the evening service, 3 o'clock. moderator. PLANS MEN'S DAY
Street and Myrtle Avenue. a Fellowship Hour honoring Bishop Many,of the city's most talented
1By Director of Church Exten. J. W. Burroughs Club of
Bowen will be held in th '
The Rev. J. M. Dixon, pastor youth will be featured on a well
scan, Rev. W. R. Nesbitt, Jr. Social Hall, with Mrs. Elizabeth Grant Memorial AME Church will Annual Men's Day will be ob
of the church announced that the planned program to be presentedat ST. PAUL, BAPTIST
serving as hostess.MUSICAL that sponsor a French Tea from 4 to served at the Jerusalem Baptist
officers for the day are: Deacon time. The Westminister
ST. PLANS FOR DRAMA 6 p.m. Sunday in the home of: Church, the Rev. Sol Cooper,
SOCIETY"WILL Eugene, J. Matthews, general Choir of Laura Street Presbyterian ; '
Mrs. Mary Wilder, 721 W. Union pastor.
MEET SUNDAY chairman; Deacon James C, Harris Church will serve-as guest
PROGRAMSET 'The Twelve Tribes of Israel Street. The celebration will with
1 co-chairman; David Hall, sec choir. Miss" Cynthia Wright will,
1I I retary; Luther Harris, program FOR CHURCH serve, as organist.,; a three act drama will be presented The tea is for the benefit of Sunday School at the usual hour.

,i The St. Mary's Society will committee chairman; and Philip The fcost .&iofr l under. the t direction by the Stewards of St. the church windows. Mrs Rosa The guest superintendent will be
meet, Monday at 8 pjn. at the Paul AME Church on Sunday, Summers is Alonzo King.
group sponsor.
I Alback ushers committee chair. of J. Therlen Bowers will
Sunshine Spiritual Church, 674 "An evening of Inspirational August 18, at 7:30 pjn. in the Guest speaker for the morning
I Florida Avenue Mrs. L. B. Lang man.Group Singing" will be presented at the render several selections. The church auditorium. worship will be the Rev. B., H.Hartley .
i ley is conductress and Miss Captains are: DeaconsE. New Bethel AME Church Rev. W. N. Smith Is the pastor.An .
t Evelyn Third
pastor of
I J. Matthews, James Grant, invitation'has been extendedto Captains of the tribes and theirtribe Midway Tabernacle Baptist
r Jones is recording secretary and Tyler Streets, Friday, August Church. The Southside Male
Walter Jones names are: Samuel Graham
William Hunter all friends
and members ofthe
f 23 in the main Plans For Musical
auditorium of : Chorus will render the song serv
--- Thomas Smith Judah; Harold Ferguson
R. Weston. N. the church. congregation to attend. Nap-
Anderson, D. Harvey J. Vickers, thelin; Henry Singleton, Simon; ice.At
ATTENTIONChurch J. Hodge, J. C. Harris M. Hall The program will feature manp : Runfus Coffee,, Asa; Paul Bennett 3 pjn., the Rev. Robert
- ;r. and J. Johnson. of the talented members of the Popularity Contest Zebulon; C. R. Middlebrook, A musical program will be presented Wilson, pastor of Bethel Baptist

Reporters Joseph Horatio James of Eb- church. Miss Helen Cleveland will Benjamin; McKinely Chambers Sunday night, August 11, Institutional Church, will deliver

t : Club Reporters enezer :Methodist Church will be accompany the singers at the Will Terminate At Reuben; ,Beatrice Baucom, Gad, at the Midway Tabernacle in the the sermon. The Male Chorus of

Socialites the principal speaker for the piano. Zion Hope Sunday Matthew Davis, Manassa; Nathan main auditorium of the church Tabernacle Baptist Church will

morning worship and the Abysl The Rev. T. E. Wright, pastorof McClellan, Levi; Alexander Stewart Mrs. Ionia Murrell, sponsor of serve.
Send Your NeWsIn the stated that all planshave
or sinio Male Chorus will render a the church announced that an Issachor and W. D. Sweet, program Delivering the sermon for the
To TheFLORIDA recital far the night worship. Invitation has been extended to The% popularity contest betweenthe Joseph. been completed for the evening hour of worship will be
deacons of District 12 14 presentation of an enjoyable pro
the public to attend the ,
program. Rev. J. A., Roberts the Rev S. L. Badger,pastor of
pastor of
and 25 of the Zion
j Hope Baptist gram.
STAR Emanuel
the church announced that an Baptist Church. The
terminate Sunday Persons who are expected to Southside Male Chorus will again

,I Not Later ThanWEDNESDAY FOR WEST UNION CENTRAL CME August 11, at 3:30 pja. In the the invitation public to has attend been the extended affair.to participate on the program are: furnish the music. Guest soloist
auditorium of the church. Mrs. Jessie Mae Polke Mrs.Verna
NOON PLANS MEN'S DAY is John Wesley Williams
I Some of the talented individuals Rivers Miss Irene Bartley Miss Chairman of the day's activities
Baptismal services will be conducted
the better
:: Note Notices: The earlier in- and Sunday morning at West Annual Men's Day celebrationfor of the city will appear on the The White Rose Club of District Barbara Jean Brown and the Williams is Deacon William Toombs.Asthma.
brought Monday
with 22 of Second Trio. Mrs. Dretha Floyd I
program Mrs. Dollie Grahamas Baptist Church
; Union Baptist Church at 11 the Central CME
J will better Church, la.
L get
guest speaker. will meet Sunday at 4 pan in the will serve as mistress of core
v and better" headlines. o'clock-with the pastor, the Rev cated on First and Davis streets
William Cummings, officiating: has been announced as an event Other participants' will be Rev. home of Mrs Lucy Trembles,2015 monies.

I r The Gospel Chorus will furnish for Sunday, September 7 in th C. D. Donald. ,. Rev. S. P. Donald, Hartridge St. The Rev. G. L. Boyd pastor of ,

2-OFFICES-2 the song services. main auditorium of the church eMrs.. Ladle Loa eryl' Mrs. Evelyn the church has announced the fol
If choke, cough, for
.' District 12 will celebrate its Melvin Copeland. will serve as Stephens Mrs Beulah Kelsey, Not even the luxurious glint o flowing activities for Sunday. breath, gasp wheeze lose

:' Main Office & Plant anniversary Sunday during the chairman for the .event.. He hast Mrs. Rosa Lee Edwards, :Mrs., C. gold interferes with the ready Sunday School will begin at because of bronchial asthma sleep, no

evening services, beginning a announced that a wen planned Cook Frazier, hiss Gloria WI1 washability of plastic materialsused 10 a.m. with the superintendentMiss matter what you' have tried be

., '=VV 2323 MONCRIEF RD 6:30 pjn. ],{rs. Ruby Williams program will be presented liams, Mrs. Julia Austin, and for tablecloths, draperies Vivian Hunt in charge. Deacons fore. GET EFFECTIVE FAST

i: Near 13th Street win be featured as guest soloist throughout the day.. Mrs Maggie Davis. and upholsteries. Whether the surfaces John Murrell and Peter Anderson BACK RELIEF with OR NEW YOUR amazing MONET clinic

i District 3'will sponsor a green The activities wUl begin at Deacons participating in the are plain, pebbled, or embossed I will direct the devotion ally tested wonderful PARASMA
leaf tea at the home of Mrs 9:30 a.m. with the Sunday School.T. contest are: Harold Cox, M. dirt can be wiped off with] service for the morning worship tablets (follow; the label avoid excessive

: : <:Downtown Office:, Elizabeth Peeler, 1731 West FifStreet th Nelson will be the Superin.tendent Mitchell' and Lawrenqe. The RevE. a cloth wrung out of thick soap] beginning at 11:30 sari The pas DAY, ONLY use). Get$1 'at PARASMA; TO.
your drugist.J
at 4 in charge. R. Simpson is pastor. or 'detergent suds. tor will deliver the sermon.
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,By V Registration f.r the Fall class in. Practical Nursing will take
CHARLES J. SMITH m place Tuesday. August 15, at 8:30 a m.
The course is of twelve months

TALLAHASSEE-Establishment of .vocational-technical instl- duration and is sponsored by the

I : ', -:tote at Florida A and M University desIgned"to provide vocationalEnd Duval County Board of. Public SturkDeliveries

?technical training for 'persons wishing to prepare for employ- Instruction in cooperation with

I. merit' business and industry thniogh terminal courses leading to Brewster Hospital. Students spend

relational certificates and technical diplomas has ,been announcedby six months pre-clinical, training

.'1 President George W.: Gore. Jr. at the Vocational High School

Training under the new plan and six months of clinical train-

which becomes effective at the ing at the Brewster Hospital It
Thomas Harold Jenkins, and Dr. Samuel tiY. Burroughs 1411
J beginning of the fall school term ,S. S. Lewis.In is approved by the Florida State Jefferson St.. Apt. 6. Girl. July
Board of Nursing.Requirements .
\ reflects a reorganization of the addition, several subcommittees .K: 18. 1957.
J work previously offered under the were appointed and con- for the course
'r -1 j. 1 % John T. Royals. 1122 W. 24th
school of engineering and mechanic centrated in specialized areas. are: Persons must be between the
St. Boy. July 20, 1957.
arts. "T>is change to the Director Thomas anticipates a M 1.: ages' of 19 and 45 and shall have '

technical institute type plan for bright future for the Institute, L_ completed the 10th grade or above.A. Tommie Taylor 704 E. FirstSt.

the 1957-58 school year is in especially in light of the current t transcript: of school credits, Girl. July 24, 17.

f accord with recommendations of trend toward industrialization In ; birth certificates and character J. T. Rutledge. 972 W. State
national leaders in the fields of the state as well as the presenceof .' references must be secured when St. GirL July 23, 1957.

training needed to assure a well- several major. military Installa requested. Applicants must show Charlie Dorsey. 1322 Swift St.
balanced system technical. edu tions. evidence of good physical and Boy. July 23, 1957.
cation in America" M. Thomas, mental' health and pass an en- William Perry, 1421 MyrtleAve.

institute director said. trance abiLly test. Boy. July 16, 1957,

Students wishing to prepare for RACE ADVISORY w Students must provide books, Jessie Jefferson Mlddlebttrg.

careers as teachers of trade and uniforms and transportation. A Girl. July 16, 1957.

1 Industrial subjects will enroll in laboratory fee of $5 per month James E. Jones, 815 CitizenSt.

the school of education and pursue GROUP NAMED NEW CAR Deputy Contable David Moment at left is seen showing the new 1957 during the pre-clinical period is $oy. July 17, 1957.

a course of study offered by Ford car with which he has been provided by District 4: Constable Lonnie Sikes to a 'required. It will not be necessffl' Willie Reed, Jr., 1957 Louisiana

Its department of trade and in- group of civic leaders, Mrs. Willis Griffin president of pr* tact 2G; Sirs. Fleeter White, for any forms or records to q St. Boy. July 13, 1957.
dustrial education in cooperation Lillian democratic committee precinct 2C sent to the school until 312 Chel
) FABISINSKI IS CHAIRMAN president of precinct 20; Mrs Farley, woman prospec- John Woolbright,
.with the vocational-technical institute. and Isadore Singleton democratic committeman precinct 2C. tive students are notified.All sea St. GirL July 13. 1957.
J The new changes do not TALLAHASSEE. Aug. 6-Gov. Constable Sikes who has exerted every effort to render efficient service in the community applicants are requested to Israel S. Boston, 1965 Rowe

:.affect. those students of junior .LeRoy Collins last Tuesday announced said the new facility is being provided his deputy to enable him to render even bring $4.00 for the purchasing ofa Ave. Boy. July 22, 1957.: _

and senior standing who were appointment of the ,five- greater service to local citizens. basic nursing textbook if ac Eddie and Jacqueline Felder,

formerly enrolled in the school of man advisory commission on race cepted. 2525 Thames St. ;Boy. July 4.
engineering and mechanic arts relations 'created by the 1957 For,,.further information call the

'. and who will be resuming their legislature. Es- MISSISSIPPI NEGROES TOLD SWIM CLASSESTO Duval County Vocational School. 1957.George Sr. and Eunice Harris
Collins appointed retired
in the
study fall.
,' .., 5439 Bunche Dr. Boy. July
; cambia County- Circuit Judge L.
The programs of the vocational- 4. 1957.
A technical institute are designed to L. Fabisinski. who headed two "STAND FIRM ON INTEGRATION"PRESIDENT \ CLOSE FOR COMMENCEMENTATE.W.C. Eddie J. and Alberta Pooler

I serve the needs of several groups previous race relations groups, as 1116 Daniel St. GIr1Tuly,10,1957.

as follows:. (1) high school graduates chairman of the new commission. Joseph and Ora Howard/70S

'i J who, for financial or other Other members: are Dr. Doak S. OF NATIONAL BAPTIST' CONVENTION ADULTGROUPS Broad St. Boy. July 11, 1957.

I reasons, cannot afford to devote Campbell, former president of SPEAKS OUT FOR DEMOCRACY AND VOTE RIGHTS 5704 Carnation Rd. Boy. July 12.

J four (4) years of study but wishto Florida State University; J. R. E. JACKSON Miss.-'If rebellion against the laws of the nation 1957.

secure specialized training in Lee Jr., vice president of Florida continues Washington will send troops to Mississippi," said Dr. The private adult swimming Dr. Sherman L. Greene Jr., Earl and Edith Pies, 930 Jef
A&M University; J. Lewis Hall Jackson of President of the National Baptist classes that are being conductedat
preparation for Immediate employment Joseph H. Chicago general secretary of the Education ferson St. Girl. July 14, 1957.
(2) employed persons of Tallahassee, member .of the Convention recently in an address to the Mississippi Baptist Con- the Jefferson pool are now Department of the African Calvin and Rhodle Sinclair

who need additional technical board of governors of the Florida vention. 1 tHe in the final sessions. Methodist Episcopal Church, will 1251 Bridier. Boy. July 17, 1957.

training and upgrading In their Bar Assn. and member of the continued, "The ballot can Jackson is an author, world trav- The final session was started deliver the commencement ad Brooker and Carrie Harris, 1417

i4 chosen field in order to assure original bar relations legal study not be in the hands of one group; eler and one of the world's Most Tuesday July 30. Swimming cer dress for the summer convocation Morgan St. Boy. July 19, 1957.
and advancement and committee; and M. Luther Me We must either deny the democracy Matthew
and Aleen Marshall
t effective and distinguished preachers tificates were awarded to the following at Edward Waters College. ,
(3) unemployed persons who need shon of Miami former memberof of- freedom or give every and _lecturers.His persons Aug. 4: The service will be held at the 1202 W. 6th St. Girl. July 21,
training for a new occupation. the State Board of Control and body the right to vote." B. F. Lee Auditorium Friday be 1957.
also a member of the original More than 5,000 crowded the book. The Eternal Flame Carey Everett., Clifford Grimes,
Ernest and
The curriculums Emily Brown Sr.
to at ,
are primarily ginning p.m.
widely distributed volume gives Golson, Allen Fisher
a ,
legal study
I r-, Lynch Street Temple 216 Madison
technical Students St. Boy. July 23
in character. to receive the associate ,
world's foremost his impressions of Russia as seen Mrs. W. T. Smiley, Mrs. Juanita
Fabisinski hear "of the
headed the legal one 1957.
will be
Training given througha in arts degree are: Luther
of and study committee appointed by religious leaders of the day during a' preaching mission Harper Mrs. Irine Griffin, Mrs. Bass James and Gwendolyn 2211
sequence specialized related Ernest R. Devoe, Ralph ,
I throughout the Soviet Union in Jackie Patterson, Mrs. Wynetta
i aimed Collins last year which, among call upon his constituency and Ford Myrtle Ave. GirL 18
..- courses at the development Johnson Mrs. Lois Hill Walter Gathers, Ernest July 1957.
1955. H. O.
other actions recommended the others to stand firm on Integration ,
of high level skills, : Hunter Arlene Thomas, Veronica Kenneth L. and Ruthie Robinson.
and the ability to apply the principles pupil assignment law which was and keep fighting for voting Simultaneously being president Kelly Miss ,Sadie Mrs.Wiggins Margaret Miss Starkes, Warren, Evelyn Patten, and Joe 3647 Drew St. Boy. July 17,
of physical science and passed by a special session of the rights.He of, the largest Negro organizationin Mary Nathan White. 1957.
.. AJbury Mrs. Erma Smith Eddie
Legislature.After said, "We can make cer- America; Ihe National Baptist George and Ernestine Alexander
mathematics The James I
I to the solution of Brown Rev. King director
tain concessions to who I Convention: U.S.A., Inc., Dr.Jack.. Miss Barbara Banks, Miss
J practical problems. the legislation was passed, people I Jeanie Robinson : of the Summer School, will ; 1128 E. Beaver St. Girl.
Mrs. Ida
The' nine areas,of study, which Collins appointed a race relations don't believe as we do, but thereis I son pastors one of America's Mrs. Grace Cooper, preside and present the candidates July 15, 1957.Johnnie .

V will constitute the vocational commission, again headed by a point In democracy from largest congregations the Olivet and Vineson. Henry Blake far their degrees.Dr. C. and Tillie Jackson
Mrs. Sadie
training curricular are designedto Fabisinski, to advise him in re which we cannot ,retreat if we Baptist Church' Chicago.. Braxton. J. R. Coan, president of 212 Oak St. Girl. July 21, 1957.

provide practical occupational I lation to his duties under the new are going to have a democracy." As a dedicated'' leader Dr. Jack The new students who have Edward Waters College, will con. Charlie E. and Bettye Sledge

training in barbering cosmetology legislation. Dr. Jackson spoke on familiar son has spoken throughout America enrolled for the session are: fer the degrees. 733 W. Church St. GirL July 20

cabinet making, carpentry, machine Collins said, "The functions of ground-a type of 'homecomingsince on civil rgihts nuclear wea- William Scott Jr., Jonathan 1957.

shop and welding, masonry, this commission will be of ex. only a few years ago he pons testing and stockpiling Juvenile White, Mrs. Margaret Mathis, Edward B. and Annie Ross
treme to the I came to Jackson to pursue a college ] delinquency and other moral ALPHA PHI ALPHA 1107 Steele Court.
f I painting and decorating, plumbIng importance state. Solomon McClendon, Emanuel Boy. July 21,
and heating, printing, and feel that we are very fortunate education.He and social Issues. Eaves" Miss Rosa Evans, Mrs. SLATES MEETINGThe 1957.
f tailoring. Each, curriculum except .to have the services of these citi was born in Coahoma County .I He closed his address to :Mis- Edith McGruder Mrs. DannetteT. James and Ruthella LeCount.

r the one-year barbering curriculum zens. It will be their responsibility and has gone far from his sissippi Baptists by saying, "we Howell, Mrs. Vannette S. Upsilon Lambda Chapter of 740 N. St. Court. Boy. July 19,

I is two years In length. to keep under continuous humble beginning. His educational cannot remain a democracy with Thayer, Mrs. Loretta Murphy and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity will 1957.

Technical training which will study our needs in this field. achievement includes an A.B. de one half of the people Jiving in Mrs. J. Kyler. hold a meeting for all Alpha men Herbert and Theresa Edmond
gree from Jackson College, a contempt of court and the other
1252 W.
I St.
be more than in the Jacksonville area on Au.. Girl. July 16.
highly specialized He said "their duties will
encompass B J). degree from Colgate Divinity half living for the court." The student nurses from Brew
vocational will be gust 20 at the home of Dr. J. E.
training given the development of plans 1957.Freeman
School], Rochester. N.Y., an M.A. "Don't get bitter" he warned, ster Hospital who are enrolledin
in these automotive Bush, 3622 Moncrief Road. and Betty Kellam
areas- for the advancement of the wel.
degree from Creighton University "don't try to solve problemwith the 4:30 to 6:30: p.m. classesare
_ 4 I every President W. T. has 3948 Freeman Rd. Girl. July 27,
_ technilogy (2)) building construction ,fare of our Negro citizens, includ. Harper
Omaha :
Neb., and a DJ3. degree your own hands, but use Sylvania Baker Carolyn 1957.
A ((3) drafting and design, (4) ing their opportunities for educa Tate announced that following the.
from ,Jackson College. The Rev. both persistence and patience." Thelma Reed, Mary Albury William and
electrical technilogy (5)) radio tional, health and economic improvement Jackie Patterson, Sadie Wiggins meeting, an "Old Fashion Bar- Emma Ross, :Max-

and and electronics and (6) re voting,slum clearance, Allie Brooks Jeanie becue" would be enjoyed by all vile Girl. July 27, 1957.
conditioning.Director on the beautiful and spacious Edgar and Julia Hicks, 1227
suppression hate and bigo. NATIONAL DINNER FOR NAACP Leida B. Williams. Wynetta John
Thomas pointed: out try and, generally the promotionof son and Berniece Parker.WORKSHOP lawn of Dr. Bush. A special Invitation Pawhattan. Boy. July 23, 1957.

that considerable thought and sound and harmonious relationships is being extended to all

I ,planning went in to a two-year between all races." AIRED BY JACKIE ROBINSON undergraduates and non-active NEGRO APPOINTED TO HEAD

study conducted by a university brothers. FEDERAL JOB POLICY GROUP
A committee pursuant to the change: ," The local, chapter has been

'. 'Members of the committee headed Good"busy work" for dull Winter SET urged by the General President, WASHINGTON-Archibald
NEW YORK-A national benefit dinner for the NAACP to be
jby Dean H. Manning Efferson days is to stitch up new covers Frank L. Stanley to answer the Carey Jr., Chicago alderman and
held at ,the Hotel Roosevelt here In November is
.,, expected,to attract
i were: Dean C. E. Walker school for chairs. Choose durable -1957 Convention Call and be clergyman
your porch was named by President
1,000 persons from all sections of the nation. Jackie'Robinson, chairman IN ADULT ED.
_ of agriculture and home present at the Hotel Los
econom- : StaUer. Eisenhower : chairman
I ,washable denim or corduroy, of the Association's 1957 Freedom Fund campaign and of the Monday as
?lcs, M. S. Thomas, school of en"gineering .- :1 dinner Angeles, California August 21- of'the president's committeeon
zippered for a neat fit. When sum committee. announced last week.,
and mechanic arts, M. Mr. Robinson '" that 24 for the purpose of conductingthe government: employment poli
' C. Rhaney, colloge of arts and mer dust begins to blow, they'llbe explained 1 A two-week work ship in Adult business of the Fraternity cy. This is an advisory group set

sciences Librarian J. Luther easy to take off and suds often. the Freedom Fund dinner will Ridge NVY.; Oscar Hammerstein Education will be held at the through the 43rd General Con up in 1955 to help end racial

have -a 'threefold ,purpose: to H, the Hon. George Gregory, Miss Duval County Vocational High vention. discrimination in federal hiring.

honor Branch Rickey, Sr., who, Rose Morgan, -Dr. C. B. Powell School beginning Monday August Carey 49, "is the first Negro
as general manager of the Brooklyn 12. Under the joint 'sponsorship Don't ruin your Iron by tryingto chairman of the group. Branch
THE SEAFOOD CENTER the Rev. James H. Robinson and Adult
r of the Board of Education
scrape hardened starch off of Rickey board chairman of the
Baseball the
dub opened Cornelius McDougald, all of New Education Department George W. the soleplate. Instead
It off
doar to Pittsburgh baseball team
Comer Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe baseball Negroes and Duke In professional York City. Davis, supervisor and Florida A. the cooled iron with a sudsy cloth. was named vice chairman. ,
f :Mr. Robinson said that persons' and M. University. Then rinse and wipe dry.,
talented and orchestra.
LARGE MULLET . .' Lb. 29c leader;' to composer stimulate participation in various sections, of the nationare 1 The workshop is designed for .

in the Association's life membership being asked to serve on a persons in the field of adult _education
. A sponsoring committee of Persons who wish to receive
100 .
per Fireproof
,y.. campaign; and to raise $100.- RITZ THEATRE First Run

; RED SNAPPER .. f. .: :f. .... :Lb., !SSc) 000 budget.for' the NAACP. national sons. certificates credit may for the also extension enroll. The of

workshop consists of ninety clock STARTS SUNDAY AUGUST 11th
SPECKLED TROUT :-;:: -. .Lb. 49c Admission to the Nov 22 event hours for which three semester Barry Sullivan Walter Brown'm
has been set at "a minimum of

CATFISH( Fully Dressed Fresh Water) Lb. 49c $IQO per couple" Mr. Robinson Shaving Slicker hours will be given. .

continued. Credit for an Initial Blade Changing Qw eke f Members of the State Depart. "THE WAY TO THE GOLD"

: SALMON STEAKS (Fancy Quick... Frozen> Lb. 89c payment on a $500 NAACP life ment of Education the facultiesof also"LASSIE",
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membership will
be given each

BEACH WHITING .. .C/: ,,.--. ?Lb. 29c ticket purchaser, he noted In GilletteBLUE the state' universities and some -
I order to stimulate interest In the local persons will serve as con -

; SMALL FLOUNDER ". .' _' :.::: .Lb. 29c purchase of life memberships. HANbY BLADES DISPENSER sultants. STARTS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14th
; ". IN Anthony Quinn (Academy Award Winner)
a Among persons serving as cochairmen with Registration for the workshopwill
1 ; YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER irVik: 2 Lb. 49c oed6lde.a. IN -
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? following: airs Effie A-
: -'. MEDIUM SHRIMP c. .'. '. .,, ;- -. .Lb. 65cM Gordon Rye, N.Y.; Dr. Harry Monday morning at 8:30 a-m. in .
the auditorium of the Duval County

'. Greene Philadelphia; Kivie Kap THE KETTLES ON OLD MacDONALD'S FARMJ
,,? Plenty Free,Parlong. ',', Ian. Boston; Dr. Alf E. Thomas Vocational School 521 W. .
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: : "Fabulous Surprise. Wedding" SHADY GROVE

.1 wm be presented Monday night

.i A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK ; August 12 at the St. John's Bap.

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f.. ,' tist Church, corner of Oakley and I
<- "We never live; We are always in the Bridler Streets.

,:l-1-: ':' expectation of living. Voltaire. asI
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to, Mrs Wilbert Lavent and Mrs FOR SUNDAY
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zr' M. Lucile Butler will sponsor the
Mr. and Mrs C. S. Belton re. The many friends of Mr. ;Eddie I i wedding which will benefit District

eenUj returned from New York Smith were glad to see him in
Nine of the church.
<3ty,. where they visited relatives Palatka, after being away for GAINESVILLE A programis
Serving Master of Ceremonies r
and friends While In the city, several years. He is the 'grandsonof scheduled Sunday afternoon at
.. for the that will
:Mrs., Belton attended the televi., the late Rev. P. J. Smith. program 3 p.m. in Shady Grove Primitive
.. be rendered preceding the wedding -
-don program "Stand Up And Be i Baptist Church.
,is Ezekiel Bryant Other
Counted." The programis: selection choir
to be featured on the
',' All Choirs will be on paradeat persons. devotions, deacon Albert Morgan;
are: Mr. and Mrs.Joseph
Bethel AME Church Sunday, program scripture, the Rev. E. T. Thomas;

:Rev. I.. D, Green pastor of i I August 11, at three O'clock. The Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin selection choir; introduction of

,, Calvary Baptist Church left last I affair is being sponsored by Choir Forehand 1V. E. Williams, Aaron speaker, deacon Willie Johnson;
Jackson Miss Arnette Scott and
Sunday for Atlanta, where he I No.1. Mrs. Beatrice Brown is speaker F. G. Wingate Sr.; so.
Mrs. Pearl
will attend the Gammon Theological the president and Rev J. P. z George. lection, choir; welcome, Miss '

Seminary for two'weeks. Norris, pastor. Mrs. Mildred Forehand and Mr. Thelma Jones; solo. Miss Edith

Mrs Maud Martin of 1500!i Sammie Davis will provide the Jaskins; solo Mrs. Nancy Wilson;

music for the wedding. Other reading, Mrs. Mary Thomas; in-
Mr. and Mrs. D. Manning had Washington Street waa a very
participants in the wedding ceremony strumental solo, Bettye Cunningham
as their house guest last'week, pleasant visitor in Lakeland, last '
mm '1 'MO xaR X iNb'.WLtlN19W' are: Ushers Mesdames and Miss Bettyt Peoples;
end Mrs. Nottage of Sarasota weekend.
Members of'the Florida Tennis Assn., sche duled to play in the Association's Circuit toura. Gladys Johnson, Mable Gadson reading, Ralph Hollins Duval;

ment in Daytona Beach, Aug. 12 are seen here. In,the front from left are: Roosevelt Thomas, Elizabeth Hardy, Wilbert Lavant duet, Annie Ola Turner and Miss

Mrs. Elena Austin of East Fajytira 'Fields and Miss Juanita Myles; Brides' Sylvia Price offertory, Stacey
: Use a wooden spoon or, fork to West Palm Beach; Charles Wier and Raymond Tallahassee; U. R. Fenntagton, Tennessee ;
left'Saturday for Brooklyn, stir food cooked in enamelware.The ; Manton Staple Jacksonville. Standing in the same order are: Mrs Ton Roux Tallahassee; Maids-Messers Leroy Mitchell Crawford and Leroy Banks; announcements

:New York, where she will visit : wood leaves no dark markson ,Miss Ann Watson, JacksonvIlle; Sirs. Julia Le wL4iJ, 'Tallahassee and. Miss Erie Jean Adams Theodore Jones, Jr., Henry Miley, response, the Rev

!Star sister for five weeks. Sirs. the surface so hot soap or detergent Jacksonville Drawings will be at 10 a.m. Aug. 12 at the Cypress Street Recreation Center Myles Mixan and Gary Royster; L. A. Tillman.

.Apt n Is the charming wife ,of suds will wash such pots find play will begin at 2 p.m. The tournament will move to Jacksonville Aug. 15 with drawings Maid of Honor-Mr. Harold Bell; Mrs Elnora Portia will servo

-Kcv Wilder N.. Reed St. be contacted for Information Ring Bearer-Janet Hankins; as mistress of ceremonies for
"Willie Austle pastor of the and pans clean without scouring. at 10 a.m. In the Recreation Center. E. may -
.AME': Church of East Hastings. at 1112 Pearl Jacksonville.. Flower Girls-Alvin Nelson, Terry the occasion.

Harper and Rickie Thomas; Other activities for Sunday are

r' Gift idea for your favorite Father-Mrs. Mary Johnson ; Sunday school at 10 a.m. with
: Mrs Geneva Nelson returned to TON 812 Washington St. in vacationing Mother-Mr. Leroy Nelson; Best Mose in .
baby: a full size bib with match Blakney charge; morning
:.'*3xr'liome In New York City, after MALE CHORUS in D. C. and Man-Mrs. Maxine
Washington ,
ing wiper attached. ,One efficient WOB.S I Royster; Bride worship, at 11 a.m. and cove-
:a:three weeks visit with Mrs. model has an elasticized waist to S Philadelphia, Pa.. She ,is a mem- -Mr. Allie Clark; Minister-Mrs. nant meeting is at noon.

J : IMalble Tilghman. |ber of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. Ella L, Jones; General U.hers- Sunday evening communion
keep the snugly place, plus i PROGRAM PUNS? RECITAL ,

.'".' a catch pocket for crumbs. The ; I Messers Isadore Edwards John. service and feet washing is scheduled .

:}!r. Arthur Lockhart left 'laSt pretty patterned fabric Is lined: AY SCHEDULE. The City Wide annual picnic nie Bowman and Calvin Forehand at 7.0 o'clock.
6:006:02 Sign On .
.. ,Saturday for Det 'oit. He was for extra protection and the 6.02- 6:05 News & Weather will be held this month by all Monday at 8 pjn. a religious

accompanied by his two nieces, whole thing can be sudsed as 6:057:00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon LEESBURG-The CommunityMale churches in this city Baptist An invitation has been extendedby movie, "The Crucifixion of Christ"

', :..Juehnie and ,Harriett. I safely as baby. himself. 1:007:03 News & Weather Chorus will be presentedin Methodist and Holiness. The out- the officers, members and will be shown. There will be no
: 1:138:00, Morning Capers (Bob
) Hudson) recital Sunday at 8 p.m at ing will be held at the Milsl street pastor the Rev. A. J. Hughes to admission charge.
8:00S:03 News & Weather the public to attend.
1:039:00 Morning Capers (Bob the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church city playground.
Among smart new "inventions"are
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door knob
covers made of
1.03-10.00 Jumpln' Show (Johnny; bers, solos and readings will be I
Shaw) The Quickest The Easiest vinyl plastic with foam
,. s> [ : JOHNNY SHAW 10.00-10:03 News & Weather given. The group consists of 21 :i MRS. B. HILL

"V 10:03-11:00 Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 (Deacon persons, led by Lawrence Camp' Way To Learn They also protect add to walls home and decor furniture, and

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11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
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2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon MRS. RUBY HIORSE HAMP- honored Sunday at 7 p.m. withan
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Saturday, August 10, 1957 '

IPatterson, Prepares For Bout With/ RademacherCHAMPION : \ I

has been thrown by an Injury BRAGAN RELEASED :Ff it

I when he aggravated his ailing ..', .
BEGINS. TRAINING throwing arm.He stole five basesin AS PIRATE-MANAGER'

series to his --
nine-game up

' FOR BOUT WITH AN AMATEUR TO PLAY IN total to 19. In addition to that Bobby Brogan the' fired manager ;.

he was on an eleven-game hitting of the Pittsburgh Pirates left ,.'s

streak the team with the best wishes -

of ANNUAL GAME 1 V EASTER Joe Caf- for Danny Murtaugh the newlY' ".
Heavyweight Champion Floyd Patterson, who won "fighter BIG LUKE ,
month" honors alter his recent 10-round victory over Tommy (Hurricane i fie and Ray Noble were honoredat appointed manager but somewhat w

) Jackson will Arrive In Seattle, Washington 10 days before .one. a night game by the Buffalo of an feeling toward general .

of the ,most unpopular bouts In the history of prizefighting when ha The annual old timers baseball Bison fans. The night brought out manager Joe E. Brown. ', :

takes on Pete Rademacher, Aug. 22.Rademacherj game will bs played at the :Myrtle the largest crowd of .the season I, Bragan: did not express a, spiritof ;

the amateur who Avenue Baseball Park Friday to the International League: park. anger, but an acknowledgment. ,

has never had a'professional fightis night, August 16 with players of Easter was presented a $500 Savings :. that the two of them never die1

hoping to jump right from the J. C CAROM yesteryears performing for the Bond and $250 in cash and see eye to eye because he could -

amateur: ranks into the 'heavy.. benefit of the James Weldon Johnson $100 from a fan club. Caffie and never warm up to Brown who> '

weight championship of the world. YMCA. Noble received $200 each In ad- always expressed an air of being: ;

Rademacher, the Olympic champ TO PLAY HEREWITH The teams this year will be dition each Bison received a travel the tap man. A little less than

has already arrived in Seattle to managed, by Porcher L. Taylor, a clock and a set of long-playing two years with the Pirates he
veteran of the Liniment Classic has never been able to close
continue his training.The records. The latter was presentedby get
THE BEARS who has been connected with the formerheavyweight champion: to Brown he said.
fight is such unpopular i since its beginning'an4 .
Joe Louis.. The Pirates the
resting on
event that it has aroused I Taft who
Major Cummings joined
bottom of the National
criticism of sports scribes, mana CHARLEY POWELL of the San League"
YMCA forces
J. C. Caroline, the great de. the immediatelyafter with no visible sign of rising to:
gers, fighters, fans and even Francisco 4Bers has turned in his .
Bears his return to the city following -I
fensive back of the Chicago the near future, the general man. *
Floyd Stevens, president of the his togs for keeps. He wired the .Y'
Army discharge.
will be in action in the Gator ,
Association''' seen ager felt that to let Bragan go
National Boxing and and Cum. ... front office that he is through ,
Bowl Saturday, Aug. 17 when the Managers Taylor ":" ..1;t: >: was for the best interest of the .
Nat Fleisher_ editor of Ring Bears meet the Pittsburgh Steel. mings are rounding up teams that : with football and will devote all club.

:Magazine. ers. will make a creditable showing of his time now to boxing.
Rademacher is 29-yearauold, a While at the University of Ill despite the fact that many years SAD SAM JOXES the work HOSPITAL RELEASES
part-time amateur who did not have passed since they performed
inois he made gridiron history horse of the St. Louis Cardinals
make the 1952 Olympic team and under Coach Ray Elliot as an on a baseball diamond. Many of ; : appears to be the answer to the CARDS' TOM ALSTONST.

whose victory in 1956 was a All-American with a unanimous : the players are remembered by I : ; Sf;. Louis Cardinals pennant hopes.
distinct upset. He is a puncherthat the fans as stars of the
selection. He wrote his name highIn game t 4; r :Nd YqQ.#* Opposing batsmen say Jones is LOUIS-After: showing a
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never knows where one of the annals of football l at Illinois when they were in their prime I [mighty hard to beat when he is sign of gaining 25 pounds and
his punches will land, but a per. as baseball players. Many: of the I
because it was he who broke the right: Jones is the fellow who now hitting the scales at 198,
feet target for such a skillful men have<< never competed in baseball .
standing'reron of Harold Tom Alston .
long pitched the no-hitter ,for the St. Cardinal frist baseman
fighter ,as Patterson. "Red" Grange in yardage gainedat professionally or semiprofessionally Louis Cup s before being tradedto has been released from the

People often talk about "that1 Illinois. Caroline is recognized they are always readyto the Cardinals. Should the Car. hospital.

lucky punch" that ,Rademacher as one of the greatest collegiate suffer their aches and pains in j dinals win the pennant, Sad Sam However, general manager

can land should he find an open. football players of the age and the Old Timers game to make a >ti Jones will have much to say about I' Frank Lane said he would remainon

Ing. They have evidently tailed to certainly one of the immortals_ of contribution to a worthy cause. n.n it from the way he is tossing that the club's injured list until
think of the six years, that. Pat Illinois. Dr. E. H. Thompson Chairman WITH THE CHICAGO BEARS-The great All-American Willie old apple for the Cards. September 1. Alston who has

terson have been a close studentof After his career ended at DUo: of the Board of :Management is "Gallopin Gal" Galimore ',,111'appear in Jacksonville with the Chicago been on the disabled list since

the fight game and the art of nois he signed a professional con. stressing the importance of the Bears when they meet the Pittsburgh Steelers in the Gator Bowl FOOTBALL is in the air, the May 22, is still in no condition

destroying the man before him tract to play with Montreal Alou- game and the bearing it will haveon Saturday night, Aug. 17. The fleetfooted Galimore, from St. Augus coaches and players are now look. to play according to Dr. I. X

before the other man destroys etts in the Canadian Big Four the future of the YMCA: workin tine will bring back memories of the many games in which he appeared ing forward to hearing the blowof Middleton, Cardinal physician.

him. in 1955. After a short stay with the city. Jacksonville is in dire with the Florida A & M Battlers. Last season he gained' the whistles, the feel of the

How many times in the last the Allouettes, the Chicago Bears need of a' YMCA: building and all 693 yards with an average of 10-yards per carry. Fans can rememberthe tackling dummy and the muscle Doctors advise washing the skis .
contributions toward this effortis run he made last year in the Gator Bowl against Bethune-Cook- ,strengthening exercises. Soon it
fifty years has a champion been gave him ,a contract.He gently with soap and water immediately
matched with an opponent so soon signed his contract and reported a step nearer ,the goal man College. Galimore averaged 15 touchdowns per season. lIe. is the will be boys meet the coaches, after removing a mus-
II to the Bears Game time is 8 o'clock and both Bears prize rookie. choaches meet the -boys..
after a heavyweight title matchas training camp tard plaster. Follow up by applying
the coming fight between Pat. and won the regular position as managers are asking the playersto Smooth sailing until we meet petroleum Jelly and cover with .
defensive back with the Bears be at the park on time in orderto
terson and Rademacher? Jacksondid i again. a clean warm cloth
Patterson such little harm and so well did he perform at' start the game on time. Jesse SPORTINGITUP

that the champion is fighting that position he captured the W. Word, the executive secretary

another match in less than a regular assignment. His.playing of the YMCA is asking the By C. PAKIIAM JOHNSON
monht's time. has meant much to 'the standingthat fans to be present at 8 also to \ Going Places :

the the Bears have held in the be in on the beginning of the
Using words of Rademacherwho
league standing. game. TIlE CHICAGO O 'BEARS will Thompson and brought him to
said They tell 'me I can
make $10OOO, out of this fight," Jacksonville, Florida and Coach have four Florida players on the the edge of the pool where he

it doesn't appear that amateur Chappie James had much to do player in Jacksonville, the principles team when they meet' the Pittsburgh administered artificial respiration, .t

artist is such a dope after all with the shaping, of the football of football was so strongly Steelers at/the Gator Bowl which he said he learned in school.
in thinking only in terms of career of-the great J. C. Caroline. imbedded that he became one of 17. They When a fire department rescue : I2z
Saturday night, Aug. al. : .
arrived. Thompson was
squad : .
Even as a Junior School the greatest on. the
money, but what about the after- High gridiron. will have Rick Casares of Tampa,
ready on his feet and putting on
math of those Patterson punches? Jim Dooley, former back and end his clothes.

Ask Hurricane Jackson. at the University of Miami; Earl
Leggett, 260-pound tackle from ,
considered one of the best heavyweights : I
PROFOOTBALLGATOR LSU whose homo town is in Jack.oniIle
Clemente's Future and Willie Galimore of in the ,country today.

Appears Uncertain: St., Augustine and former star The unbeaten youngster has

back ai Florida 'A & M Uni.verslty. toppled every heavyweight his tJTr
wager has been able to get
PITTSUBRGH The baseball in the ring with him. Machen,
career of the hard-hitting and I CLEVELAND WILLIAMS a who defeated' Bob Baker recently
fast running Roberto Clemente I IRi. ; ., ...... I. former Tampa heavyweight hit and caused Baker to announcehis

the young Puerto Rican outfielderof tt(!<"1 ',.. W"rt'. j jI Cliff Gray .so hard' in a first retirement from the ring is

the Pittsburgh Pirates appearsto I \ :' round knockout in Houston, Texas being sidestepped by managersand

be drawing to a close becauseof Chicago' recently that it took five minutesto promoters. Machen has been

a painful spine injury. revive him and another ten elevated to the No. 1 challenger..

have \ minutes before he could regain HANK AARON of the Milwaukee
Physicians been unable to ;% 1if. ifii.i"'jI!;; ,' -YS- : I Js7Q9PL
determine the cause of the ail ,:,..ii fj//.iii' ," enough strength to make it to Braves is called the greatest .
ment. Roberto thought the pain the dressing room. It was a right clutch hitter In the game. At

which seemed to ,disappear during /1ft Pittsburgh STEELERSSATURDAY hand smash in just '70 secondsof present he leads the National

the first round. League in home ,runs and standsa
the winter months was cured, /kP4 _
t but during spring training he BVHITE, the,_' brilliant good chance of holding until the I:*: : : 1La

noticed a recurrence whenever he AUG. ,17, 1957-8 P. M. rookie first baseman, of the New end of the season. Fans can remember + *>

swung a bat. In recent weeks, FLORIDASee York Giants last year is now when Hank warned all
Clemente says the pain seems ( playing an amazing game for home run hitters in the Leagueto

more severe. Uncle Sam's Army. Inducted Into watch out for him this season

Roberto was the third leading these great stars in action the Army last seaSOn after hitting I because he was going to lead I-

hitter in the National League in 27 home runs for the Giants, the league in that department, .y
Willie Galimore .. Perry Jeter Willie
1956, the 23-year-old outfielderhas White is now playing for the and that was long before the .L .,
been out of action for a McCIung Henry Mosley Bobby powerful Fort Knox Tankers. regular season got under way. :%:I NN -

month during which time he Watkins J. C. Caroline Willie Lee White is rounding a two-year I LEE CALHOUN one of the TrlfS W- r ';1 x ,It CUSYO to m YOU fOCXCT. PINT SIZE t HALF run TOO '
spent two weeks ,in a Pittsburgh hitch in the Army. nations top track stars will be COTS NO DTM.UQ toUts WITH COIDOI J1CCU CAP.
-. Jack McClairen: Romain Gavin -
hospital and lost 15 pounds. He JOE LOUIS, Ernie Banks, brilliant married on the NBC-TV's "Bride
says he will try to finish this Entire North Stands for Negro Patrons and Groom" program.Calhoun, 24,
1 shortstop of the Chicago
_ season and after a rest may try Get Your Tickets Nok! Reserved Seats $2.00 Cubs, OWe Matson and Dick. of Gary Ind., is scheduled to Slim i rim and Handsome! It's the .
college sweetheart :Miss
winter baseball but if his back marry a ,
HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE "Night; Train" Lane of the Chicago
still hurts he will quit the game. Cardinels and Rogers Hornsby Gwendolyn Bannister, 22, of Pine- .
Clemente during the off 'season Youth hurst, N. C. The bridegroom'sfather
of Mayor Daley's Foundation '
t studies to become a civil engineer. were on hand recently to lend the Rev. Corrie Calhoun, Old Kentucky Tavern

i He has. planned when his ball. a helping hand to ad ay of baseball will perform the ceremonies. A
POSNEl I crack hurdler. Calhoun holds the .
playing is ended to return to his t at the Carver Park, 133 :

home in Carolina, Puerto Rico, i .r Street near Ellis in Chicago The I following records in that event

and work in his profession. I O entire program was the result of 1956 Olympic championship at

L the efforts of Police Officer Art. 110 meters, National AAU in. Pocket Flask-srnaway j jto : -

..:.... door //DO-yard and outdoor 120.
.. "" .u.f."' ''' Kimber of the Kensington Station .
Watch This Clown yard titles and National CollegiateAA .....
CULTURES STRAIdHTD.w (12th District), who has been
spending five and six of his off outdoor 120-yard mark. Hew .

18-93-44 duty hours every day working' a star at North Carolina have this fine Bourbon always .

with the CQllege, Durham N. C. Calhounnow
u cur A Yr youngsters.
65731538I works for the Gary City

CLARENCE EDWARD FISHER engineer's office.. The weddingis on hand. Every drop .
I .7 il 3 \ tS a 16-year-old tan football scheduled for Friday Aug. 9, .
". r t player of Henderson Douglas High COMPETING IN THE ALL _

8 .. 4 'r1 -i: -r School of Henderson, Kentucky; STAR New York Giant game will :-
timed tapetfeclion --- -
: 8 4 \ risked his life recently to save be Abe Woodson of Illinois; Lamar : :.
the life of a white youth who
Lundy, Los Angeles Rams
;fc. : was drowning in a swimming _
:15-20.-39 rookie Clarence'Peaks of Michigan .
full !
: pool. Fisher and three other companions 7 I years _
Jim Parker of Ohio
266-75--S41 were cutting grass at the

4'PasNER- Henderson Country Club when he State; John Nisby of College of
Sometimes he's op .
heard noise in the Know.
a pool.
Sometimes he's down Pacific and the fabulous Jim
He adds, subtracts ) h. ing that the pool is closed on Brown of Syracuse. These tan 1 *f_BOTTIED-1N-BOND
s He works It all around cM Mondays, Fisher and companionsran *
stars are all ready to go against it'.
to the pool. They saw Reed .UGHJIK, tom PRISED
FOR AUGUST 17 the Giants. ,.
Thompson,10, .kicking around in ligNlvcgY11tiliTIt1ULE.f uisictY I
i t 02-100-36 Hiss the water. Fisher, the tan foot SAM JETimo, the International ,KY. {

.......&' '. ball star leaped in,.v grabbed League's leading base stealer rT1C -
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JAY JAY :. NICHOLS Tropicana/ lounge & Package Store *

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Next to mosquitoes we hate *

punsters, but when someone says ;6. the charge of giving tickets to 9' Ai

** ou're all wet" we have to *
a.aX"Y9v.F, the elder 'and- ordering them to

agree. We are sick and tired of ,r6f bring" In $100, each or else. Ie
rain. We think folk in Y 'yyJ :.fir,! a' asA y1 Yh, t' '
this darn They observed that Bishop Nichols .,
Magnolia Gardens and other lawn ;9N acted "uaprudently. h'S:. .

fanatics are the only one happy. y They also voted "not gualty" ';)i .,: :; ... :.>

They just sit for hours and -gaze u? on the charge that presiding elders \yYo:x. :: \'';

eat at the pretty wet and \-
grass .: were required by Nichols to >

say ""Ahhh n* watering tonight" pay unauthorized and Illegal dues + .;v4t 'C7 --

.. Be that as it may, the Commisdoner 'c In the _den'Council. ..

of Highways and"supposedto There was one dissenting voteon *

be" drainage: and sewers can / 'q; the guilty verdict brought In ; : /W .

really see the Job he has to do ti'+ against Nichols on the charge

now. We are having a contest that the total public offering of

for the worst street in town and the Central Florida Conference

Moncrief Road wins hands down. was not sent to the, Minimum :
Combat veterans of the Far East Ensign, Richard Ellis Williams, Salary Fond. a@ad

say that the Burma Road end the Navy Cadet, son of Mr. and Mrs. The five-day ecclesiastical trial .

Alcan Highway were both superhighways J. H. Long of 1S28 West 30th which lasted much longer .than _

compared to Moncrief street' ,to' pictured here. He re most people anticipated possessed
A Up .1 a. rtvsl Cap s.
past 26th Street The city.fathers delved I hbwings recently at all the earmarks of civil or crimi t.... rttniniit "PI
just say 'Well fix it after awhile. Hutchinson, Kansas. Ellis Is a nal court cases. Tempers flaredas ? yM Americana ... scare -sr

Nobody but Sam and them travel graduate of Stanton High Class prosecution and defense lawyers country 04 ou eo1IJtJO
a better place ba whIeA Un
that street. Miss Ann and Mr.Charlie :.of 51, and majored in chemistryat entered into verbal battles and

."take the other road." the Kentucky State College.He insinuations. In some instancesthe -

Now Is the time to stop crying Is'a member of the Mt. Ararat polemics between defense attorney '
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mudholes live In. Ernest Jackson and the L
about the we I Church and the grandson of Mrs.

We have been doing that for Ida. White. caustic-tongue prosecuting attorney r .-" iC

yean. We need to get all of our Sadie T. M. Alexander k k; k1n... + 'hN! !t "\k iCtc

friends out and see that they reached a stage of Impropriety.The r k a+: 3f,, .. 4.. .yh -
...... : Ayy' ,<;c;>y4av +> .
register to vote so that we can hearing sank to its lowest I ,.;::iE::..:,;r Z? \" 1 iC
ABOUT PEOPLEMrs. .x t.:# : .
meet the city and county officIAlsat ebb when under questioning about .' *r'p' ;.:c;.. ,". ,, "7'

the polls, his reason for paying his Secretary "
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Virginia Nettles, in cash .
train through
The slow going "
Ella B. Byrd of Route 1. ., '' -iC
rather than by check, Nichols .t '''
Arkansas had nothing on the fast Box 875A: Dinsmore Florida will .'" 'r:.. ,.
that to her \
bus going through explained save trips "
TraUways be hostess to the Earls .' '
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bus loaded with to the bank, he paid the full. > *
Florida. The was 36 Order of- Eastern Stars ... .
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bosomed secretary cash when she :
members of the Cosmoplites Club with The event will :, -"f.1 *
of Atlanta Georgia and their a lawn": party. was "with me" In the office. K
take place Saturday, August- 11, SAMUEL L. CUMMINGS
To which the brilliant female
guests. Seems as Its the style for .
at 4
pjn. "That's New Stanton Senior
prosecutor rejoined: exactly .ys
clubs in and around Atlanta toplan f
High School
five six trips to what I mean.
or day Ruliff Smith of Los Angeles, Pepsi-Cola Dealers and *
The North Carolina-born
Florida far a reasonable
very California, is in the city visitinghis I. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
The made their headquarters who had become one of the most : *
sister, Mrs. S. A. Austin, who are proud to salute Sam
in the
powerful figures AMC *
at the Astor MoteL While in .
continues ill in the Brewster ucl L. Cummings of tho
Church immediately taking 4Y
our state they visited Silver *
Hospital, and brother-in-law, S. +} 2 senior class.! lie Is an
the stand Friday evening denied
and other '
Springs, St. Augustine *
A. Austin at 1731 Calhoun, Street. that he' had employed honor student, a mem.
points of interest. We met a' few personnel
ber of the Audio.VIsual
at Edward
of them in of Mesdames Waters College.
the persons -
Watkins Mrs. Mary Bryant of 1012 Pearl Under constant prodding, Bish. Aids Club and. president *
Dorothy Johnny Street and Mrs. Ruth Hill
sister of his homeroom. -X
Mae Anthony and Sally Gifford. op Nichols spent Friday eveningand
of 1514 West 22nd Street visited.
They all hail from Atlanta. their mother. Mrs. Eliza, Powellin most _9t Saturday morningin ***********
a vain attempt to explain his
Natalie Clemons, popular school St. Simons Island, Georgia,
collection of funds at a May 1956
teacher had as her house guests *
recently. They attended the 97th meeting, the duties of his personal .
Misses Stella Mae and .Crone birthday celebration of their uncle, SY.
secretary, his chauffeur and
Allain of New Orleans. Yep, as Dock H. Andrews, in Everett, *
housekeeper were all on the
the name implies, they are Creole Georgia. __
payroll of Edward Waters College.An -K
and pretty damsels they are. Th *
Interesting phase of his *
young ladies visited the beaches Mrs. H. "H. Robinson, presidentof
testimony .concerned his dispbsit- F+
and other nearby points of in. the Baptist Ministers Wives ing In a separate account called VISIT THE ULTRA MODERN TROPICANA LOUNGE ,C K

terest. During part of their stayIn Alliance will be hostess to the the Edward Waters, College Improvement *

.town they were escorted by Alliance In an "AppreciationHour" Fund 'and his refusalto Myrtle Ave. at 21st Street *

"Major" Alvin Reld wellknown"manabouttown. Monday, August 19 at
release for operation of the institution *
." The .young 5 o'clock in the Mt. Siani Baptist a $25,000 appropriationby -,\ '; Delightful Atmosphere For People With Exquisite Tastes RUTIIBRAZLEiC
ladies left singing praises to
Church. A
unique program will the County. He also placed In New Stanton Senior
Jacksonville and left the bays. be presented at that time. Package Liquors & Cocktails Served School
a separate account and refused to High
singing praises to them. #
release for operation of the school Ruth Is a member of

The loud weeping, moaning and Mrs. Maggie Austin of 1731 $10,000 given to the school by the Air Conditioned For Your Comfort -k the senior class. She Is a

gnashing of teeth you hear Is Calhoun Street Is ill In the Brew. Alumni. member of the Dramatics

coming from a long line of girls ster Hospital. She Is a ,memberof After the ,verdict was given iC Club, New Homemakers

who have just heard of Bob Hud i Earls Chapter No. 38,' Orderof with the recommendation that MOTHER, DAUGHTERGET iC of America and an honor

son's approaching marriage. "Yes, Eastern Stars All members Nichols be suspended. until the HEARING SET SCHOOL BOARD KNIFED BY ok student. She Is affiliated

we said marriage with a capitalM. of the organization_have been General Conference, Bishop R. R. .j( with the Bethel A.M.E.
The deejay Is taking asked to visit Mrs. Austin. (Continued from Page 1 MOTHER'S LOVERBoth
popular Wright, presiding officer, an. Church and sings in the
unto himself a wife this Sunday nounced that the defendant has choir.

afternoon He Is expecting his Mrs. Mamie Monroe is ill in 10 days to_file a notice of Inten. Julian Walton, Coach. mother and daughter suf. iC "

mom and pop to come from Nash. her home, located at 2119A Venus Hon to appeal the verdict to the Doris Avery Jones, Librarian. fered knife wounds last Saturday .. .....

yule for the ceremonies. The few Street. She is a member of Earls Judicial Council CLEARWATER, Aug. 6 A Iris Knox, Counselor. night at the hands of mother's

remaining bachelors will hold a Chapter No. 36, 'Order of Eastern ,Bishop Nichols was representedby preliminary hearing has been set Sallye Brooks Mathis, Dean, boyfriend. ... ..1'1 :-

wake for their dear departed Stars. A visit to Mrs. MonroeIs Ernest Jackson and LawsonE. for John Edward Paul, 22year. Matthew W. Gilbert. Mrs Irene Bailey, 46, told police :- iC

brothehr One by old man, who is being held on Robert Lyon from West Jacksonville that when her "boyfriend .
Saturday night. expected of all members of Thomas, of Miami, a former ,
one they are leaving the fold. the organizationS Municipal Judge.Attorneys two rape charges and a chargeof 143 to College Park-108. Pearl Holmes came to the house

Wish he and the bride lack;, for the prosecutionwere breaking and entering. Roosevelt Madison from College last Saturday an argument started t. iC
Justice of the Peace Ray Ulmer Park 108 to Oakland-102.
between them and during the fuss
Happy birthday to_ Barbara Bessie J. Mitchell of 1728 Sadie T. M. Alexander of
set the hearing. for Aug. 14 at Sadie Tillis from Oakland 102
Spears. Her birthday fellows on Myrtle Avenue, will be Hostess Philadelphia and Ezra Johnson I Holmes cut her on the right wrist.
10 ,. to S. P 149.
the heels of friend Alvin James to the Plaza Sewing and Saving Ecclesiastical Attorney and attor. Police were told that the

which was'last week. Beth Alvin Ck cle. Thursday, August 15 at ney for the General Board of I Paul was captured early last Olivia Hampton Baldwin from woman's 16-year-old daughter also
Friday after he was wounded bya Baldwin 156 to West Jacksonville suffered stab wound when she iC
'and Barbara entertained a few 7 oclock.. The president, Mrs the AME Church. a -

# close friends and cut a Cake. Nellie Mitchell has invited all It was learned from an author. shotgun pellet fired by one of -143. tried to stop Holmes from attack- .

Wish them both many, many members to be present. atlve source that the declson of seven policemen participating in The decision to defer the principal the mother. EDDIE PERKINS .

more. the Trial Committee to suspendthe a stakeout set up after a 42- shifts has already aroused Both victims were treated at New Stanton Senior

Bishop must stand until 1960 year-old housewife was attackedin discussion In' school circles: as Duval Medical Center and re High School
Freddie Edwards has returnedto iC
Washington after a vacationin Apts. Far Rent despite any appeal to the Judicial her home Wednesday night. there has been much speculationas leased. Tribute U paid to Eddie

Council. One_ of' the rape charges and to which principal would get Patrolmen Charles Scriven and Perkins of the senior iC
the Florida sun. The folk have MODERN-
that Furnished apt $13.50a UNFROCKING INEVITABLE the breaking ,and entering 45th Street school regarded as Tommy L. Mays investigated class. He Is a member off(

.a-Freddie laugh hopes on Freddie.to join Seems one of the, EL week 51109., including lights. Phone .Another expert on laws of the charge were filed as a resUt of one of the system's newest plums. theTri-Y Boy's Club, an iC

AME Church expressed the view the Wednesday:- night attack. Another cause for much discussion honor student, and: Is a
crack criminal detection units
that unfrocking of Nichols Officers said' Paul subsequently is the fact that'Arthur C. member of the Second
Well his first case will be seems
to find out who clipped him for Inevitable in view of the fact that confessed tQ raping a' Negro Madry who has moved up from Baptist Church. He plans J:

(tans Fer I woman several weeks ago. principal of the Vocational Schoolto to become a teacher
Rent violation cf the law the Minimum .
'his new shoes off of his feet. It RALEIGH N. C., Aug. 6- .-tc
i of James Weldon Johnson Junior
.Salary Fund carries .
was like this, Freddie'fell asleepin ty of expulsion. penal. High has been virtually demotedIn North Carolina's capital city Tuesday ** 7k

his car. When he awoke, his MODERN Furnished room.Single -Practicaly pretties or pretty the recently announced trans rejected its only,Negro applicant -

shoes were gone. man preferred. $6.75 a week. hostesses ale_aprons made of plastic fers. who had applied,for transfer Congratulations from Pepsi

On Sunday before he 'left he Phone EL 5-1109. POSTAL AUXILIARY ornamented with rubber butterflies to an all-white public school. Cola to these three Merit
It was learned from an authora- Award winners!
was presented a going away pres and. rhinestones. They are. The Raleigh school board turned '
tive source that Madry had requested *
ent. When he opened the box, 10 so easy to swab clean and bright down the application of Joseph Listen ta the Pepsi Merit
FURNISHED a transfer. Insiders said Award salutations en Pepsi
there were his shoes. He stillwonders Room for rent. -T with a sudsy sponge so reliable Hiram Holt, Jr.in, the Interestof WRHC 1400
$5.00 we kph.. EL 3 S41. special meeting of the Worn the request was made because of Teen Time ,
who dunit?" per as protection for party clothes- the public and in the interestof on your dial, Saturday 3
en's lack of cooperation from certain *
to the
Herb Gaines the Budweiser man J Auxiliary Jacksonville yet they don't look practical! the boy. ta 4 p.m. Dancing at
Branch, National Alliance of members of his staff who, many Wilder Park Recreation
left for new hunting grounds: *
back on his old friends in the
Admission Free.
constituted Center.
Postal will be held say, an "ungovern
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Herb has spent the last two Did know that car's
600 block -since he found an oil you your
able *
Tuesday night Aug. 13th at 8 clique. ,
weeks In Jacksonville and vicinity well, so we understand. The boys WANTED 2 MEN ceiling: called the "headlining,1 _''
Instead he H .
pan. in the home of Mr. and was demoted : !
pushing his product.The say that "Hamp" refuses to associate N. i is probably made of plastic? That
Silver Star Mrs. Feacher Williams, 2075 To Sell Cars
will reopen with his ofd,- friends or means you cart: and should *

this week-end. The place will reopen speak to them when" they pass. Woodside Ave.Members No ExperienceFull PATRONIZEFLORIDA sponge it off with soap or detergent .
will make
their reports *
under new management The Constable Lonnie Sikes of the STARADVERTISERS suds every time the car Is
on the sale of benefit tickets Time or Part Time
entire place' Is being remodeled .
1st District has recently pur. cleaned. *
and painted from stem to stern. chased a new car for'his deputy. which have been supplied them. Earn Up To $100.
.' The of *
success' the sale will determine
The dining room will feature the Momon now Joins the ranks 'of Car Can' Be Arranged

finest in food and drink. They other Negro deputy constableswho whether the organization REAL: ESTATE WANTED

will continue the old policy of have official cars. will} be able to send delegates to Apply Mr. Harry

: ', offering live entertainment. The class 'of 1950. Stanton High the national convention. 96 Riverside Ave. -- .. -- V '
Other business ,of importance FOR CASH
The Duval County Merchant's School wlll meet at the home of > .
win be discussed. grfcExI-I
end Salesmen will meet at the Frank Donaldson; 1625 Tyler HARRY'S, INC. Pepsi Cola

.Country Club Monday night.Prest I II I Street, Sunday afternoon, WANT COLORED HOMES .r Dealer ofJackMRTlIIt

dent J. D. Brooks Is asking all' August 11 at 6 pan. AU members To get rid of dark halt moons I

.. members to come and help plan i of the class are asked to please under fingernails,' use a wefl- PATRONIZE.FLORID& 11

the fall program 1 attend. Plans will be made far. soaped brush and warm-toot "_ ,STAB Private-', Party: Phone FL 9-1762 .
Hamp Sullivan 10 turning his some type of summer outing water. :.- :ADVERTISERS

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