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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 5, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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- .
Funding:
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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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
The 35th Quadrennial Conference of the African Methodist
I copal Church opened at Dinner Key Auditorium last Tuesday I I
ing as Bishop George W. Baber of Detroit keynoted the 15-day
ing with the delivery of the conference sermon.
--
He was selected for the honor .
through a seniority system. passed by the delegate
The session opens officially will counteract the present : :
with Bishop Sherman Greene, law whereby a bishop can
of Atlanta senior bishop giving side over a particular :
the call to worship. Seated on the eight years. Also if passed, :
platform was Bishop R. R. Ransofl reassignments be made !
100, of Wilberforce. Ohio; who four new bishops have .-
was retired in 1948. Bishop CareyA. elected to replace those who (
Gibbs of Florida presided over died since the last conference
the business session which follow years ago in Chicago.
ed' in the afternoon and which Another major issue
consisted mainly of the seating of to come before the. body
the 1,500 delegates and 1,500.'al- is a $1,000,000 budget
ternates. the Brotherhood, an
National state and local offi- of young ministers headed by
cials were scheduled to participatein ,Ralph Jackson of St Louis.
a welcome program. i It will be raised by each of
Among those who were expected I conference's 1,000,000 him'w
to be present are: Sen. George giving one dollar. The
Smathers, Mayor Randall Christmas calls for the money to be put
l of Miami Mrs. Mayme E. central fund controlled by a
Williams national president of the eral board instead of by the
CPTA, the Rev. Melton Ware, op's Council as at present
president of the Council of proposal also calls for the )
Churches of Florida; and the Rev. Council holding a veto power
Edward T. Graham local pastor. the board which is to be
On the agenda of the 15-day of members other than
conference are two major issues. The budget as proposed by
One a resolution calling for the Brotherhood already has been
rotation of bishops of the confer- dorsed by the laymen's
ence's 17 districts, set to be offer tion headed by Herbert .
ed at Friday's: business, session...IfVeteran's ,Detroit I"o.- I



Death In Jail



Arouses Suspicions )



BY 'STAFF CORRESPONDENT
MACCLENNY A Negro veteran suffering from the
"war nerves" died in Baker County last Sunday because he
1 fused treatment at the Veterans Hospital} Lake City on the
that the institution has no facilities for treatment of
p patients.A .
Baker County coroner's jury I
ruled that Leo Cason, 27, a well- dead man and a resident of
known young Jacksonville man, sonville branded as a "lie,"
died from a head wound sufferedin port that her husband had
the Baker County Jail Sunday patient at Chattahoochie.After .
morning.The being denied
jury ruled that the' man's the Veterans Hospital Cason .
head apparently struck a metal left without aid to wander '
object inside his jail cell causing a state of mental illness. He
blood vessel to burst known to suffer from what
Sheriff Asa P. Coleman.Jr. said be termed a persecution or
Cason was a former patient at the complex which probably :
state mental hospital in Chatta- from his war fears and
hoochee and was placed in jail tions.
Friday night after his office received His reaction to such fears
a call that Cason had gone that he ran from an
berserk.He pursuer.: It was during
said Cason was placed in these attacks that he was I
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. the cell for safe-keeping until he as a berserk character.
could be recommitted to the hospitaL -! Information coming I
He said the man apparently sources in the jail said that I
banged his head against the metal made violent cries and i
door in the cell causing the fatal a continuous yelling much
wound. The sheriff said Cason annoyance of the jail
was found by the jailer 'a few The questions that now
, minutes before he died. are: With what metal object
Mrs. Connie-Cason wife of the Cason struck .,. who struck





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.l. Tw THE FLOHIDA STAR" Saturday. May S, 1956


ed guilty in Qucenc Count Court

THE .FLORIDA STAR F.:' Mays' Brother last week to snatching Willies

wife's 1955 convertible and going
NEWS 'V :
for a ride a year ago.
V.A Faces ChargesFor

-:r.r, PUIbM4" Ike fie...... Star ,.ltO Iq c. Geter, a machine operator of

25-35 99th Street, East Elmhurst,
MaHwf Address: Auto WreckNEW Queens is facing 'charges of

P. O. Box 561, JacksMYilb 1, florid. drunken driving and leaving the
423 Bread Street Jackto.yilU, Ftoride tt. e EL9i! 4-3773
scene of an accident. Judge J
YORK-William Geter,
ERIC 0. SIMPSON ...............-hn._.............._....__. MaMakg Editor Hoffman will pass sentence on

Lang "Sette" Woifci.fU. .._.._...._._r.. ........_:...?.... N.w Editor 20, brother-in-law of Willie Mays, June 6, in special sessions.

C. ,.,... ....... .........._____....._.__.......?.__.. News Staff New York Giant outfielder plead- Geter's 19-year old wife, Shirley -

Member of Associated Negro Press ? e is the sister of Mrs. Marg-

t preoccupations, relations with huerite Mays (wife of Willie),
.
T
SUBSCRIPTION RATES e Exactly one year ago Marghueritewas
OM Yeer, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Mo.riw $LED those you daily contact work or visiting her sister and left the
Melitd T.vr*.y Aaywtera the Uaited Starts. health problems and what you
SvbtcriptiMS 'eyekle I I. AaVaac. Send Checks or Money Ord rs To: r s car parked outside the Geter
FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA must do to meet them in a con- home.
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structive One of
manner.
your
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: r w first Police said Geter hopped into
to make that
steps is certain
1. Negro Firemen. rVwE the automobile, visited a couple of
t there is nothing to cause domesticor
2. More Negro Police Officers. gin mills picked up some friends
professional difficulties. Your
'! 3. Squad Cart for the Negro Police. heart should be and went for a wild ride down

t, 4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the ::. : good news or the gladdened presence by of Grand Central Parkway. He sideswiped -
Building Program. DON ARE ANGLO SO- three cars in a half mile
someone who is on mind.
youR REUCION VEIL-WE DON'T UKE A SUPERIOR RACE AND your before being stopped by police.
OURS IS BETTER! VYOUR COLOR! HATE ALL NON-WHTES! Attend to your duties with cau-
tion and avoid situations that can Mrs. Mays who was in court.

\ lead to difficulties with coworkers said she pressed charges only at
; There Is A Great Need 1bURYOUSK1N3ARK
? or strains on your endurance. the insistence of the insurance

INFERIOR! 18-6-10-88-72-555 company involved.


For Negro LeadershipWhen we.NATI. :





we look around us in this growing community of

more than 100.000 Negro citizens and reflect on the many t1

problems facing our people becomes very obvious that there r POSNEIS{

la an acute need for leadership here. 4MERICA I

On the other hand it is regretable, too, that there is such h

an.utter lack of unity NEW GROUP HAS BEEN FORMED, TO CARRY OUT HIS WORK"
and Duval County.

fact that; ((1)) so many ; 4 da WORLD'S FASTEST SELLINO
(2)) there is an business interests will not be ad- HAIR STRAIGHTENERand

lack of leadership versely affected unless you get

Your 9carried away by the speculativefever
Jacksonville and Weekly
or take in more territorythan BUCK RJNSI
is no conscientious

of progress if there Guide is wise. 1
Horoscope 2 11 10 19 53 912
associates who SOLD AT AU CRUel JTOBXSwe

united effort and .y .U g o4 barber shops
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR
I
denial of their rights. SCORPIO

It would appear BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 I ASk fOK IT BY NAMl, 10DAYI

parts comes from By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER Cooperation rather than conten-

a single one in our tion will serve the interests of all

.
up and speak out parties concerned with special

in our community. ARIES }vould have a good time at your emphasis on the thirty days to .

small positions they : 21 thru April 13 expense or try to make you bear follow. Devote sufficient time and

they enoy from some shows that the sur the costs of ill advised ventures. effort to the economic phases of

It is obvious that add to your profits You are better able to make out! your life, and make certain that

doing alright. why and bank account who your real friends are on the.1 all possible exigencies family and I Article in Reader's Digest Reveals

despite their relative : the conservative .14th, so" make decisions then.. business, are amply provided for.

they might not be the speculative path Stick to the tried and true so as Apart from the fact that this is I

among the ministry, thirty or so days that not to jeopardize your earning the day when you should remem- : Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs

"school teacher Investigate thoroughly power or commercial returns i ber the one to whom you are most

interest in the openings to gain (15th-16th). I indebted, you must also take pre- So Often a Needless Misery!

they are not estate, transportation 9-60-55-17-57-737 I cautions against friction and mis-
-
due to the fact that domestic ,fields. Dis- i understandings. Let your mate or Do you suffer terrible nervous ten- stopped or strikingly relieved
them. desires and aspirations other colleague in on your future cion-feel jittery Irritable, depain and discomfort! out of 4
lrLEO pressed-Just before your period women got glonous relief I
We cannot close to your heart.i Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 plans and thus encourage suggestions each month? A startling article In Taken regularly Pinkham's re-

-.. for HONEST make no decisions or This sign throws the spotlighton of considerable value. READER'S DIGEST reveals such l1evestheheadaches.crampsnervpremenstrual -
torment Is needless ous tension. during and before
would call commitments in haste I career, business or professional 313303386240SAGITTARIUS; misery in many cases! your period. Many women never
rights for a few dangers of excessive matters with indications of some I Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the first day!Why
how to avoid such suffering. 5houldyouThismonthstarttakWith -
such! and inflation exist successes provided,you do not go Lydia Pinkham's Compound ing Pinkham's. See if you don't

Each find -14-78 462TAURUS too far afield.>lake your:arrange-i and Tablets,they're so much hapescape pre-menstrual tension..so
day we ,Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 pier less tense as those "difficult often the cause of unhappiness.
dollars in ments if you would enjoy the i You can soon start stirring days" approach! Get Lydia E.
of the pleasures of social life. Take all Lydia Pinkham's !.i.ct.u'led..iBiziifpredict Pinkham's Vegetable -
us same things up where you work, especi- has a remarkable .! ..
.20 thru 20 I ,3 sat 4 w sat Compound.
May precautions against tiffs with the
discriminate against ally if there are serious differ- soothing effect on relie..her....Uttttit pale! or convenient new
some other fashion: and diplomacy punctu- law or persons who possess the the source of such WttdcrM' relief diriir aidtcftrt Tablets which have
ence of opinion between and
move so as not to means to attack you or your rep- you Distress. In doctors' ti.K "JiiCcmlt Jiji HI! blood-building iron
These are but a your co-workers. You should try tests, Pinkham's added. At druggists.kt .
those within the fam utation. Devote the 14th to preparing notft tfttor
rally our people as far as possible to foresee the
as the :people who give I for the busy personal
ship Negroes could possible future if
consequences
.-,Devote yourself .to] schedule that will be facing you.
business firms that your switch your job under men-
well as neighborhood 5-33-60-14-79-617
There needs to be I. tal stress or run off to distant
recognize those to PEOPLE
points in the mistaken belief that IN THE NEWS
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Negroes some are due ((13th- Fol viRGOBorn
any accomplishments: : own ideas rather than the pastures there are greener.
24 thru 23
Aug. Sept.
Wise words should issue forth
THERE IS A of those who have This brings long-:
sign
your from the*lips of your mate or
hidden motives. Do- range objectives into focus, and i other close collaborators and this

Advertisers"A come to the fore- counsels that you plan, do re could help to overcome the differ-

need careful handling. search, or embark on new educa ences that exist over mutual fin-

Civil Service -19-67-989 tional courses in order to be better ances and economic obligations.Don't .

prepared when the moment
j I become impatient with the ,
GEMINI comes. The 11th-12th favor measures present as the future holds prom-

21 Ihru June 21 I that are calculated to boost ise. a_ _

seriously as they your business, prestige Qr prospects '

value in en of promotion and increased CAPRICORN G.

to alter your outlook compensation for meritorious ef
"NOTICE IS Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 i}
in ways that will fort. Yourwishes in all respects
Till Civil Service Your sign flashes the red lightin
of a fuller and happier with the exception of unreason-
TRIC METER matters that concern emotional s
are the best days able financial expectations could v a &
requirements: interests, extravagant spending,
relatives: neighbors be granted if you take full advan-
Tears of age.shall speculation and any enterprisesthat
one Don't spare tage of your mental and social re-
dents of Dural are not strictly orthodox. As
allow old grudges to sources (14th). Confidential matters -
pass medical ( long as you have taken care to
way of paying tribute secret influential contacts,
read meters NOT ) keep in good physical condition,
to whom you are most and the conservation of vital en-
Ificaflons should be you should find this period highly
These are also days ergy are stressed ((15th-16th).
filed in the offices productive and profitable. Rela-
must guard against se 739165061525LIBRA
34 South Laura tions with your close associates
that can spell trouble.
SZ7S.7S per month -16-75-535 should be pleasant; do not forgetto
remember special occasions
'
Born Sept 24 thru Oct. 23
that mean so much to them.
CANCER This. period turns the spotlight 177201565333. Mt

22 thru July 22 on the financial ties you- enjoy,

The above notice opens the door to a and the problems that stem from AQUARIUSBorn 3 -F
when and old differences management, in-
the "Florida new over Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
figure promin- vestments, and disbursements.This .
more
nation being Your sign reveals the weaknessof
ville. activities. You will includes curbing excessive your position should you decideon 1400 WRHC 1400
the costs that conse business and social spending if with
relations
breaking off
The notice and take greater your personal and joint resourcesare

work in the "white against those who already under strain.i Your your the mate family, partner group, or during membersof the KEN KNIGHT

It seems to us next thirty days. You may only

of us will soon be HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 cause consequences that you are Presenting
where is the "colored
most anxious to prevent should
fied Negro young .. .Lion men about ,..mlt. S..d'0 eonti (eat dim KNIGHT TRAIN
allow feelings to over-
each ....ec.,. ordorod .by woiL Include self addressed, you your
jobs that their taxes ...,.. Writ. plainly. This effor does not .pply to ro,!o>nti come your better judgment. Thisis
.1a1Oll of Caaedo.I a much better day for reunions 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

... .. with your loved ones, and you

I FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER II should follow the dictates of your SWEET CHARIOT

BOX 5
" I I, FLA. J. I II to settle outstanding differences.Do 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

: yourwork., without letting
Newspaper. I others influence you to take mis- Features
, '" I II toward
. taken attitudes colleagues.

2-12-55-30 57-225 BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
Every I -
Off V Seat I II
10:30 12 Thru
*. PISCES Monday Saturday

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May 5., 1956 tHE FLORIDA StAR Pogt Tfcrct



Bethel Baptist! Church Choir FeaturedIn I I Open House At Vocational School L Century School's Kappa And Omega


Spring In RecitalHerei4ayThe l_ 13 Founders' Day Take First Round



chair of Bethel Baptist Church, under the direction of Mrs. y', Awaii To Be Celebrated Of Frat GamesThe

Lillian T. Robinson, will present its spring recital on May 13 at 7:30

p. m. in the auditorium. of the church.A s ;s
The Founder's Day celebrationwill
program of music selected Kappas and Omegas were
be observed beginning Wed-
from Bach, Watts Mozart, Goss, victorious last week in the first
Noble Bortniansky and Adams Mr. And Mrs. F. Ervin nesday, May 16 at the New Cen- games of the InterFraternitySports
tury Industrial School, 1075 West
will be presented. Negro spiritualswill Are Hosts For TeaA xa tr League.
Monroe Street, according to an
be rendered in the traditional Last Friday the Kappas defeat.
announcement made by the foun-
manner. Mother's Day Tea will be der and president, Mrs. A B. ed the Alphas in a tennis match
A special feature of this recitalas sponsored in the home of Mr. and Houston. 6-2 and 7-5 at Lavilla Park. Julius

announced by William Street, Mrs. F. W. Ervin at 1504 Ever- r V ,wy '"'a.a The opening program on Wed- Guinyard and William Mathis
president of the group, will be the Avenue playinlg for
green on Sunday, May nesday at 8 p. m. will. feature Kappa.
presentation of Mrs. Louise-Ethe- 14, from .
4to6p.m.The
Joseph Johnson baritone in a The Alpha men who went downin
ridge, harpist who will render event will
be held under
song recital in the Ebenezer Meth- defeat were Dr. Nelson V.
three selections.The the auspices of District 1 of Bethel odist Church located at Clay and Spaulding and James Lewis, Jr.

'public is jnvited.Wilberforce Baptist Institutional Church of Ashley Streets. Mr. Johnson will Last Saturday the Omegas wona

which Rev. Robert L. Wilson is refil be accompanied at the piano by volleyball game from the Sigmisby

pastor. Miss Rose Lynn Harris, an accomplished forfeit 15-0. The game was
Chorus The sponsors of the affair have \ pianist who served as accompanist scheduled to be played at Edward

Slated For ConcertIn announced that a program will be '- for the presentation olBizet's Waters College..
fil
presented with some of the city's
opera, "Carmen" at New Representing the Omegas was
Lee Auditorium talented artists scheduled to '
ap Stanton
High recently Rudolph Daniels, Captain WalterH.

pear.Mrs. :"cJ Other activities which will be White Redell Roberts Ernest

Wilberforce University Chorus Gladys Daniels is presidentof .,,, _a .. ..... __ ., ... held in connection with the observance Wilson W. Scott and Eulee Jones.In .
will be presented in a concert in the sponsoring organization. :>'":: ,#. ""-% <;1."""' "'"' : "'C'P"'
Lee auditorium, Edward Waters WINNERS of the door prizes which were awarded at the First Annual Open House of the Duial May 17, followed by a "SocialNight" a game last Sunday night the

College on May 11 beginning at County Vocational School are shown here. From left are:' A. J. demons cabinet making instructor; May 18, and closing with a Kappas won a forfeited checker

8:15 p..m. Variety Show Mrs. Dorothy Logan. winner of a tailor made skirt: R. L. Brymer of the Sheet metal department: Mrs. barbeque on the campus of the game from the Alphas 40. Rep.

The famed 40-voice chorus is Thelma S. Williams. winner of the cooler made in the sheet metal department and Edward Benthone. school. resenting the Kappas was Maxie

principal-director. Mrs. Roxie Lee Wakefield, winner of the full-sized cedar which Wilson, Claud Milliard and Dicky
under the direction of Relford To Be Presented chest was made by James R. Wilder is principal of
Patterson and has won praise as students in the cabinet shop under Mr. Clemons is not seen. the institution. Robinson.

one of the nation's best collegiate These games were sponsored by

choral ensembles.The By Youth Group the Inter-Fraternity Sports Committee
Les Verdeffes Club Holds Colorful Tea
group possesses the abilityto i I. Nurses made up by the four

present numbers includ- Board Greek-letter Fraternities, Kappa
opera. The Intermediate Youth Fellowship ,
,
> -
ing Russian music 'r.7''I; :;\ r .c '. Alpha Psi Alpha Phi Alpha,
Liturgical ,
,
of the Ebenezer Metho- : ,
American Sacred : r .AA In Observation Omega Psi Phi and Phi Beta
Contemporary "
dist Church will present' variety : '. ."" ;
"" Sigma.
Music folk and American
"
songs
show in the social of
the
room ....L '
Negro Spirituals. church on May 16.Entertainment ,..,.:.c. ."' '" c.' .... Of AnniversaryThe Presidents are: Alpha, W. T.
""" ':'1 "..Y"IZ .
,
Persons tickets .. Redell Roberts
desiring may and the latest in !ilti Harper; Omega, ;

secure them from the business fashion for 'children, juniors and :''I">t : atE, '' Sigma, J. A. Batts and Kappa

office at Edward Waters College. adults will be displayed. ',''''.:('. .' : Nurses Board of the Abys- George B. Nairn
l' sinia Baptist Church of which
Special numbers in the Rhythm ,
A Mrs. Viola McTear president, will
Arts will be given by members of .I'
College Park Club (1 ; : observe its third in
anniversary
Si. Paul Trio
James Weldon Johnson Junior .t,1.' ; .
\
the auditorium of the church
Holds Monthly Meet High School, directed by Mrs. t'1 j :;(;si k on
May 21 beginning at 8 m.
p.
Geraldine Hilliard; Susie E.: Tol- ,... '
: A has been
program arrangedfor
The College Park Civic and bert, directed by Mrs. Sadie Wilson ?. a t the occasion including Mrs. In Music RecitalThe
Community Club will hold its and the Boylan-Haven SchooL 4
1' Gussie Paige, Mrs. Alfreda Doug-
monthly meeting in the home of The Boylan-Haven Kindergarten \ las, Miss Marva Hilton the Gos- SL Paul Trio of the St

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Sanders, group will be "featured in ". \ f pel Harmonettes The Celestial Paul A. M. E. Church will be featured -

1986 West Sixth St. "Springtime Fantasy. Mrs. Jua- N u.GC' Singers, the Singing Angels, Mrs. in a musical recital on Monday -
nita Jackson is supervisor of the A
fi
Mrs. Gracie Reddick is reporter. N Jessie Pernell, Barbara Jean Hitts May 14 at 8 o'clock in the

group. 4 Mrs. Jessie Powers, Cecil B. Second Baptist Church.
Lynette Maxwell is president of
j I Fisher, Sammie L. Davis, Choir The group under the sponsor-
the MYF and members are Cheryl
Stork ( 13 t of the St. John Baptist Church ship of the Junior Women Mis-
Ford, Harriet Norman, Jo-Anne, %
'
I
\ Mrs. Bessie M. Tyler and Mrs. sionary Society of the church is
Kennerly, Maxine Maxwell, Jen-
: <\ I I Evelyn Johnson. one of the finest assemblies in the
Deliveries etta Shepherd and Jonstelle Wilson ..;}
\ w : i I I Milton Hood will be guest soloist -
Sherry Hatcher, Patricia and x r .ii' city.The
and the nurses board 1 of the trio has appeared on some
Willie Fleming, Ronald Alexan-
Barn To: I I Tabernacle Baptist Church will be of the most outstanding civic and
der, Barry Sneade, Gerald Styles,
I board. religious programs throughout
I guest
Willie and Paul Smith. Juliette .
George and Alice Thomas, 2932 and Leonard Hampton. I I Mrs. Emma Johnson is chairman this city.

Pullman St. March 13/56. GirL Flora Herring will appear with .... .. ._ of this. affair. I Members in the trio are Mes-
-- .. .' .'. dames Elizabeth Williams, first <
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Royal and Josephine Evans, the group in the "Tee Thymthrn.wMrs. ,-4
THE LES VERDETTES SOCIAL CLUB their annual Inez Mills, secOnd'sO.:
sponsored and
Spring tea program on Sundayin soprano;
1968 W. 13th St March 14/56. E. W. Hurley is counsellorfor
the Mary McLeod Bethune Center. Hampton Club Meet prano and Mrs. Cornelia Wallace,
GirL H. James I
the group, Joe superintendent -
Mrs. T. Carter Lewis acted as mistress of ceremonies and Mrs. Edna Lewis was guest soloist. I alto and organist.Mrs. .
Henry and Louise Brown 217 and Miss Virginia ( Date Is ChangedThe
GirL Officers and members of the club left to right. ,Mrs. Olivia Forest. president: Mrs. Louise Johnson: M. K. Gibson, a noted religious -
W. State St. March 10/56. Ogles,.director of recreation. I
William and Bernice Floyd, Mrs. A. M. Johnson. secretary: Mrs. Eliza HalL treasurer; Mrs. Jessie B. Laney; Mrs. Daisy L. Jameson: Hampton Club will meet figure will serve as the
Irs. V. Carter reporter and Mrs. Sadie Wells chaplain. relief artist. She will give dra
3221 Haines St. March 12/56. May 18 in the home of Mrs. Alice
Twin Girls. ClubNotes. Back row left to right. Mrs. Verdie Jones and Mrs.Hallie Sampson financial secretary. matic and humorous readings.The .
Skinner, 1167 Durkee Drive instead -
is invited.
Clifford and Annie Porter, 325 public
of May 25 as previously an-

Stuart St, April 5/56. GirL The Merrymakers Social.Savings .Atoui Attended I May Festival nounced. .Ji i

Willie and ,Dorothy Coleman, Club will hold their regular peole Meet't Final preparations for hospitalities 1

Route 2, Box 128, Penny Farms. meeting on Saturday night May to be extended Dr. A. G. RITZ THEATREFRIDAY

April 3/56. Boy 5, at 8 p. m. in the home of Mr. To Be Held At Moron, president of Hampton In- & SATURDAYMay
Willie and Beulah Thomas, 1040 Wilbur L. Davis of 3527 Myrtle I stitute here
Willie Cohen. 1783 Mt. HermanSt expected on May 26 4.5
W. 12th St. April 3/56. GirL Barbara Williams is the re Avenue is reported improving in will be made.W. Wild Bill Elliott

Charles and Julia Robinson 612 porter. Brewster Hospital following an Local SchoolThe P. Holmes is president of the "Return of Wild Bill"

Court G. April 3/56. Girl. operation. Mr. Davis is a memberof local group.Mother's.

John and Odessa Barnes, 3515 the Mt Ararat Baptist Church, "NighVFrelght"SUNDAY

Drew Ave. March 31/56 GirL Masonic Lodge 387 and the Brotherhood annual May Festival of the

James and Mamie Burroughs, Wedding, Bells of Sleeping Car Porters. College Park Elementary School Day Tea -

87 South Myrtle Ave. March 30, 'I will be presented on May 18 at 4 MONDAY
Applications Marriage .. tl Slated For May 13A TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
1956. Girl.Raymond Members' from the Bethlehem p. m. on the school campus. '
and Bettye Jones Jr. Licenses Special -
Baptist Church reported ill are: The selection
of
May Queen Mother's Day Tea will be
4833 Booker SL March 30/56.Boy. Clark of 1018 West Limited Engagement
James.and Carlotta Glenn, 1525 Robert I* Maxie 653 N. Lincoln Mrs. Retha rests: among twelve girls. given on Sunday, May 13 from 4
Union St, Mrs. Alma J. Best in to 6 in the home of Due To Many Requests of the
Court, age 27 and Marian Moore, p. m. Mr. and
Tyler St April 2/56. Boy. Brewster Hospital, Mrs. Mildred Representing the first grades Movie Going Public>> The Ritz
333 E. Ashley SL, age 18. Mrs. F. W. Ervin, 1504 Evergreen
Howard 763 'resellt"Dillinger"
Elmer and Julia McDowell of 1036 Madison St..and will be Renee Davis, Edgar Anna Is Proud T0
Bertram A. Bruton, 1304 Tyler Avenue.A .
N. St Court. March 15/56. Girl.- Willie Wright in the Marine Hos- Jones; second grade, Jacqueline.
Demous and Georgia Mangram: St., ag 24 and Gloria D. WalkerPensacola program will be presentedwith
Peterson, Lillian Kendall third aad
Ga. ;
pital, Savannah -
Fin, 20. local talent participating.A .
W. 11th St March 14/56. age
J710
,"SA grade, Cynthia Stockton and Pa- "The
Daniel Nelson 1065 W. DuvaJ\ mother from the district will
GirL. tricia Brown fourth Ernes-
; grade,
Robert and Beatrice Cooper St, age 25 and Elizabeth Wynn: Harrison Webb, a member of tine Funches and Corine Garrett; be: honored. Gangster"J J

J221 Run St April 4/56. GirL 1065 W. Duval St., age 19. i the Central CME Church continues fifth grade, Joyce Freeman and
Jesse J. Harris, 812 Laila Stage < ill in his home, 1232 Cleveland .
19'and Shirley L. Jones, 812 StMiss Mary Alice Turner sixth grades You Have Tied the Rest How Ce the 'ert' ;
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COLD SUFFERERS Leila St, age 17. ,Mrs. Francis Pierce mathematics i Beverly Boston and Annie B. Get AVON Cosmetics ;

Willie Aaron, J 1''., 942 W. 12th : Thelma V. Jackson of Orlando instructor at the R. J. E. KnightThe
COLD discomforts yield quickly toSTANBACK'S 46 and Bessie L. Martin High School attended the Florida festival will feature SEE .
St, age was the recent house guest j : scenes
prescription formula I I JOHNNIE HENRY
STAftBACK tablet*or powders work 1658 W. 14th St, age 48. of her parents the Rev. and Mrs.i Teachers Association meet in Pen with the May queen maids! flower -

. fast .bring comforting rtl!.f from Charlie Hands 937 W. 25th Sage O. R. Jackson of 933 Remain Stj sacola recently.She girls, heralds: pages, trainbearers Avon Agent j

tirtoVlorf, atJling! muscl, nturatgia 53 and Carrie Jones 937 W. The[ Rev. Jackson is pastor of the I is the charming wife of Mr.I' spring flowers, the fairy Mary L. Hotel = 711 ft West Ashley Street i

and htadachcs du* to colds. 25thSt, age 49. Central CME Church. Pierce business manager at Edward PHONE EL 5-4025 J."
Waters queen sunfaries, ladies and gentlemen -- .
College. TELL ALL YOUR FRIENDS -
Local persons attending the I Mr Pierce possesses a beautiful of the court in dances and

You Don't Have ,to Go to Town, to Get General Conference of the AME lyric soprano voice song.

Church in Miami are: Mrs. Vivi-
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LOW PRICESOn Mrs enne. Eutsay Eutsay will of 1110 serve W.as 9th secre-1 St | tN: ,'01 ( .fy .Ib'IJ'Y Buy Now!' Repossessed Lois

tary to Mrs. Pennie E.' | 60-ft. x 300-ft. As Low as $299 I
Mrs. Olivia Harrell of 1355 W .

'Your 23rd St and a member of the New ttinl IM'UJE : ljO
STORE NEEDS Bethel AME Church. ; .'st'JtJ .(' 'lJ\JS.: 10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH i
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Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Foster Church.from the New Bethel_ AME ., :: ; \I: : Joitm Each d f t*j; These Are High and Dry Lots" _' '

r The Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Bur-, .. $|0.ClJ30; | Some Sold end Returned. )!

.' We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn AME.roughs Church.of the Grant Memorial A..I.s.' 10 m !th Assoifio'n .- .CI. \; JFirderal $a'*i n.g t Make Someone's Loss Your Gain ; 'j'

and Lojn
Your Local Mrs. Alma Wiggins of East wKich \ .irisur 1J
Papers jvi
Church Street and a member of vh.irti. red nd' sy I Janice Corptufioii- RIPPLING CREEK: HONES ? J

the Grant Memorial AME Church. 41- '_,\(0 .h., the f :: Pt"orijy anpp

WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY if S Covi. rnmcnt, ; c; t' \if<:.. tof'oftl'cn. DIRECTIONS Go 11% miles South on Route 1 (Phillip ..1

It 1,11 fo, ''t, i:-, ,- S;; "'- Highway) or ft mile South of Greenland Road to our !,

1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE ACffiXQ MISCLES l sign. Turn right V mile. J
FIIH'I.ITy tU.S
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PHONES El 3-5597-98 : ) ] ;: Owner Salesman On Property Sunday I,
w. Deliver' w. Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions IUUv. Mtt.* tifoe4.: .....ttltiftflto atr. or
*with STAM BACK.UfcUto*r p.r.*. :" ili ;11111 ..uu 'r..1f : Ciu.. t. t PHONE RA 4-0053 ,f

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I ,District Junior Women To Hold Missionary Education Meet |





Mrs. ,Rifcy Herndoi Slated To Speak r Grant Memorial Group Holds" Tea Event \ Abyssinia Observes AnniversaryDistrict District Junior Women



And Mrs. Blanche Miller Will SingThe F: 8 of the Abyssinia Will Sponsor

Baptist Churchill observe its

.. f fifteenth anniversary Sunday, Musical RecitalThe
District Junior Women and YWA Convention;'auxiliary C a wa..wcw
to 1 May 7 in the auditorium of the

the East Florida and Bethany Baptist Association will hold its annual .church beginning at 8 p. m. Junior Women's Missionary

Missionary and Educational meeting on Thursday May 10 in the The male and female chorusesof Society of the Second Baptist

St.Thomas Baptist Church of which the Rev. W. C. Neal is pastor. 2 Y, S S ;s the Zion Hope Baptist Church, Church will have their annual

The group under the leadershipof 4 : the male chorus of !-,e Mt Ararat musical recital on Monday. May

its president, Mrs. M. K. Gibson Midway AME Church Baptist Church, the Celestial 14 at 8 p. m. in the church.

has planned a program that j Singers Mt Ararat Quintet Norfolk I The group which is widely

will cover many phases of the Announces ActivitiesServices 1 Four, Mrs. }Malinda Hitt W.i known for its contribution to the

Mission worker duties and respon ,,4M K. Harper, Mrs. Gussie Paige,: church and community is expect-

sibilities as well as methods for will begin in the Midway gp Leroy Mallorjv Henry Levine and i ing this year's presentation to surpass -

promoting the work through the AME Church at 9:30 a. m. on f, x y b ,$r Mrs. Lizzie McAllister will appear i all previous ones.

society. Sunday with the superintendentS. on the program. I The St. Paul's Trio will be the

Mrs. Annie L. Huff will' lead the C. Hart in charge.. Morning Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will serve: featured artists. They plan to present -

Bible lesson and serve as Dean of worship at 10:55 a. m. with the as mistress of ceremonies and will;' a program of semi-classics,

the workshop. The discussion of pastor, the Rev. L. B. Washington r'0 be introduced by Mrs. Elsie gospel songs and spirituals.Mrs. .

the topic, "The Missionary Mis- delivering the message. A.c.E. & Thomas. Words of inspiration will M. K. Gibson will give

sion" will be made by Mrs. Marie League, 5:30: p. m: the presidentMrs. ; be given by the Rev. S. S. Robin- dramatic reading.

Hummings, arie Norton, Cola McCoy T. Hart presiding. Evening r :: ; : : f.; son.Guest Mesdames Alice Williams of the

and Alberta Johnson. worship begins at 6:30: p. m. The .. -", ._., districts are number 15 Zion Hope Baptist Church; Annie

Mrs.. Ruby L. Herndon will pastor or his appointee will deliver ::5 J'1 };. '?:..xif'fJ .. of the Zion Hope and number 17 Lee Patterson of the First Baptist

speak from "Spiritual Growth the message. The Lords Supper :. X'F#;';-;'""''' '.:"":"<. ';,<.":,-*. ...,. of the Emanuel Baptist. Church; Mrs. Elizabeth Chester of
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Through Christian Service. will be administered at the ,. ii'>6>. =< 'f-;! ..1:< (t'>- .. Serving on teh usher boards are the Second Baptist Church; Lola

morning and evening services.It jo"' """<'< Mrs Blanche Miller will appear. L 6tl" _.ff-_ __ ___ __. Church and number 4 of the Mt
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soloist has been reported that the Blanche Miller, Daisy Jamerson
as ENTOYED TEA The tea event held last Sunday afternoon in the Grant Memorial AME Churchwas Ararat
march of queens was a success. Sadie Hightower, Leila White and
The Rev. H. H. Wright and S. i I The total amount raised was enjoyed by the ladies seen here. Left io right. Mrs. Annie Hogan. Mrs. Lucious Kennedy. Mrs. Miss Evelyn Johnson and Emanuel Ruby 1.. Herndon will play prom

Love accompanied by their con- I$1182.17. Mrs. Alma Blackshear, Mary Jackson, Mrs. Callie Johnson. Mrs. Beatrice Gay and Mrs. Ruth Williams. Jackson are on the progrom inent parts.

gregations from the Evergreen: representative from Choir 1, stewardess Back row. left to right. Mrs. Lillie Kemp. Mrs. Mary G. Smiley, Mrs. Laura PowelL Mrs. Leola committee.
and Bethel Baptist Churches will Segers. Mrs. Louella McBride and Mrs. Nora Henderson.
Board 1 and the Missionary
have charge of the evening ser
West Union
Society was crowned queen. "Miss Consecration Rites Baptist
vices.The choirs and usher boards
will also serve. } Midway" was awarded to Mrs..i Methodists Call To Be Held SundayAt Slates Baptism Rites
Hattie M. Anderson representing: Chips Off The BlocksBY

The Rev. K. D. Britt. is modera- Choir 3. and the L. B. WashingtonClub. St. ,Paul AME rites
Baptism will be observed
tor. For An End Oi
I Sunday at 11 a. m. in the West
JAY JAY < Allen League workers of St
Union Baptist Church the Rev.
On Tuesday May 8th will be : Race Paul A. M. E. Church will conduct
History made-maybe. For the PrejudiceMinneapolis Mr. Cummings in charge. Choirs

Group Mt. Sinai Baptists first time since Reconstruction a Negro may be elected to a public their regular monthly Consecra- 3 and 4 under the direction of

Aiyssiflia Observe AnniversaryThe office in this bastion of the deep, deep South. Ernest D. Jackson. tion Services on Sunday, May 6. Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon will serve.

brilliant young attorney and civil rights defender has a good chanceof -Finishing touches at 5:30 p. m. in the League room. The assistant pastor, the Rev.A. .

Observes Event anniversary observance of defeating the incumbent IF and we mean IF the Negroes'get out on a policy statement that The Prayer Meeting Committeewill F. Cummings will deliver the
would tell the 40,000 Methodist have headed Mrs.
the Mt Sinai Baptist Church be- and TOie. As we stated in a previous issue the Negro vote in the charge by evening message followed by the

gins Monday night with a visiting district outnumbers the white vole by about five thousand. The congregations across the countryto Daniel Jennings. I'administering of the Lords Sup-
admit
members 'I
"without refer
District No. 8 of the Abyssinia minister in charge of the service white politicians are pulling out all slops in efforts to keep Negroes ence" Numbers on the program in- per. Choirs 1 and 2 directed by
to
Baptist Church will observe the I,each night from the polls. The greatest danger is complacence. Too many of color concluded an 80- clude a selection by the congregation Mrs. Ella Mae Johnson will sing.

15th anniversary on Monday nightat The ministers will be accompanied us think Jackson can win without our voie. We must get up off of man committee meeting on Sun Prayer and Scripture, Miss Deaconess Board No. 1 will

8 p. m. in the auditorium of the by his choir, ushers and that junk and go vole. He needs all of the voles he can geL day.This Delores Coppock; Reading, Miss meet Sunday at 2:30 o'clock with

church. congregation. A schedule will be It is pathetic that the Negro "leaders" including ministers are statement still subject to Geraldine Swann; Duett Miss Mrs. Daisy Lamb.Contest .
action by the church's law making Clinton and Barbara Richardson
Joyce
Appearing on the program will announced later. not wholeheartedly on the Jackson bandwagon. They are not fighting

be the Celestial Spiritual Singers, The theme of the observance, him but they are darn sure not doing much for him. Along with General Conference, was put to- ; ReadingMiss Marvine

Norfolk Four, Mt Ararat Male "Chains of Success." Each member eternal salvation we think every minister should preach a little gether in a week-long series of Tolbert; Duett, Miss Delwores and To TerminateAt

Chorus, Mt Ararat Quintet Male has been asked to purchase a Ernest Jackson to their flock this Sunday. As for these so called drafting sessions, marked by high Patricia Coppock; Introduction of Macedonia ChurchThe

and Female Chorus of the Zion link in the chain. leaders make them show their colors. Every white man is proudto feelings on the issue. speaker, Miss Jeannette Jennings;
"There must be no place in the
Hope Baptist Church, Abyssinia Mrs. Willie D. Lucas is chair- say that he is for keeping us in our places so why should not we Speaker, Miss Beatrice Denne-
termination of the contest
Methodist Church for racial discrimination
Male Chorus, Mrs. Malinda Hitt man for the occasion and will be say that we are for Jackson. We understand that several of the field; Selection, Boys Quartet of
between Mr. and Mrs. M. Cam-
or enforced segregation" James Weldon Johnson Master of
Mrs.lizzie McAllister, Leroy Mallory assisted by Mrs. M. K. Gibson, leading civic groups are not going to place Jackson 01'their "tickets". ;
the statement declared.It Ceremonies Master Mcln- brice will be held at 3 p. m. in the
Henry Levine and others. Mrs. Virginia Mack, Mrs. Lily D. We feel that if any group is brazen enough to leave a Negro candidate Levy Macedonia Primitive Baptist
was on a motion by the Rev.
Serving as mistress of ceremonies Hair, Mrs. Nora Anderson, Mrs. off we should censure the group then and there. Edmund tosH.The Church.In .
Heinsohn
of San Antonio is invitedt
is Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry who ,Elnora Cox SmalL On Tuesday nit we had the opportsunity,.Jo,. attend ,an bid public cordially
of devotions is
Texas charge
that the
specific All prayer
portion oattend. officers and
will be introduced by Mrs. ElsieThomas.Words I The Rev. H. H. Robinson is pas fashioned political bar-b-q and "under the trees" meeting. There group
admission of band No. 3. A from Dins-
on members was quartet
chairmen are asked to be in their
._ -",...S -- of inspiration will were candidates galore there. Twas strange to hear candidates who
= included. It says: more. will render several selec
be given by the Rev. S. S. Robinson stated in.the beginning that they did not want the so called "bloc" places.
tions. Usher Board 4 will
"That
our pastors, whom serve.
minister of the Simpson tor.Elder vole plead for the same vole. Then there was the candidate who upon
rests the responsibility of receiving Mrs. D. L. Fisher, Mrs. Mary
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Methodist Church. P. HicksonTo joined with others when he was defeated in the last election and League begins at 5:30 p. m.
individuals into church memberships Mitchell and Mrs. Allan M. Williams
Districts 15 of the Zion Hope tried to get a grand jury investigation of "Bloc Voting". This candidate Following the morning and

Baptist Church and 17 of the Be Honored has been telling the folks on the other side of the tracks that discharge this responsibility evening services Holy Communion are hostesses.
without reference to Following the program refreshments
race,
Emanuel Baptist Church will be his opponent is a "n....r lover" and is showing pictures of the incumbent will be given.
color or national origin. will be served.
guests. addressing an audience at a banquet. This fellow attends
With TestimonialThe The document also tells Methodist -
The usher boards 1 and 2 of all of the affairs he can even the Saturday night "fish frys" at
EH JOY OUTMOST SHAVIHf!
individually and in church PILL THE PUG
Abyssinia and 4 of Mt. Ararat will the Two Spot.

.serve. officers and members of the Along with the candidates, the rally brought out one of the organizations, to "examine prayerfully" EASE AHD CONVEHIEHCE ON STOMACH UPSET
their present practice regarding -
Miss Evelyn Johnson,chairman Church of God have planned a lowest forms of human life. This animal is known as the political
race relations and to "ac- Half-alive headachy,when constipation
Emanuel Jackson, leader and the testimonial service for Elder P. C. leech. His characteristics are many. He just has a love for money- GilletteSuperSpeed sours stomach Black-Draught
tively work to eliminate discrimi
Rev. B. L. Wynn, pastor extendsan Hickson, now serving his ninth any amount; he has no principles or scruples and he will sell himself nation." Helps relieves sweeten constipation sour stomach ovtrnight.too.

invitation to all. year as pastor, on Sunday follow his race, mother or birthright He came to the'meeting dis-; RAZOR Uiatin-StMicft Swutnar Wilts emriztti!
On
motion Louis
a by Spillman,
ing devotional service. guised as a preacher, business man clubman, housewife or just No harsh griping. Made from pure
a Waynesboro Va.. newspaper vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
1- Bishop M. Baker, pastor. of the I plain man in the street Regardless of his guise he was there. He WITH BLUR BLADE gently uncorks clogged intestines.
BAPTIST MINISTERS I editor, one passage, saying the comforting relief In mornmg.
DtSPENSU AND$100i Brings
of the Living God will be was recognized not by a badge of any sort, but by the way he eased Then life looks sunny again Get
church rejoiced "in the progress, STYSD4E CASE
guest speaker. around shaking hands. He also had a broad, toothy, handpaintedgrin Black-Draught today.
made toward ending segregation, /. rewttr or OrmnuUtet tarm. U
TO MEET MONDAY
F Others appearing onl the pro- on his face which hid his conniving looks. I.just hope that the now t nt*. ur-to-te* TMe.. :
back subcommittee
was referred to the -
gram will be: Mrs. Della Mays, pickings were few and that he had poor hunting.Bob for rewording. UW > ''JJ1tB: .WlMI wn mu.ai.TOuafcum*
: The Baptist Ministers Brother- Mrs. Ethel McClenton Mrs. Isabella Hudson of Station WOBS is serving notice to all that ioo awl i. let Syrup of Blcck-
its booerVMt rl.uldl
..' The rest of the document was
hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Lopez, McKinley Parris, "Sugar. Sugar" is in town. She came in this week decked out in the committee for
I by
approved
ties will meet Monday May 7th, Mrs. Susie Jackson Mrs. Lillie her red dress and high heeled shoes. You can swoon to her smooth
recommendation to the confer-
t. at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist Jones, Miss Naomi Frazier pnd soothing voice every evening around six-thirty. ROLAND VERICOLarge

Church.The Sunday School lesson Mrs. Ernestine P. Myers. Freddie Hill of FAMU Collegian fame took us up on the subjectof ence.

; will be previewed by appointment the band from Atlanta's ability to outblow: the Collegians.

Reports will be made by the Freddie said that the Georgia boys gave their Sunday numbers while Tent Seating Capacity 4,000

various committees. Rev. B. W. ,Emanuel Baptist the crew from "The Hill" was playing commerciaL We just said Rev. T. W. Bullard SALVATION HEALING REVIVAL

r Williams will' give the order of the Slates Women's Day pith hub. Oh yes he is all for that Cannonball Adderly fan club

day.Rev. idea. Freddie and Cannonball played many gigs together. On the To Be HonoredThe NOW IN PROGRESS' THRU MAY 20th

H. H. Robinson is the president Women's Day will be observed subject of jazz, Seth Darby is broadcasting directly from the Hi-Hat

and Rev. G. W. Miller is the throughout Sunday, May 20 in the Club on West Ashley Street every Saturday afternoon. Seth is
members of Hear FRED HALL
reporter Emanuel Baptist Church. Mrs. spinning gobs of "gone" stuff and ,is long on the West Coast jazz. the St.StephensA.

Mamie Fields is chairman.The Featured with Seth is a live jam session. M. E. Church will honor the

district meetings for Sun- Live fast, die young and make a pretty corpse. How many Rev. T. W. Bullard, pastor with of Long Beach, Calif., Nightly 7:45: p.m. .

day, May 6 follows. times have we heard those words. They were imprinted deeper in an appreciation service Sunday
LEARN TO DRIVE arenas Instruction Service and Giving; Out of Cards
morning following the worship
Districts 2 and .f will meet at our minds this week when we heard of the death of Leo Cason.

t Hi Quickest .. The. EMM 3 p. m. in the basement of the News of Leo's passing came as a shock to all of his friends. Thereis service. for Healing Line 7:75 p.m.

Wey T* lash church. The Home Missionary Society little one can say to a bereaved family in times of grief that will Consecration of the officers is SUNDAY lljOO() A.M.

AJAXDRIVING will meet at 5 p. m. in the ease their sorrow. In this particular case however we feel that the scheduled for 10:45: a. m. The pas

auditorium.of the church and disc knowledge that he lived a full life even though he crowded it intoa tor will preach from the subject HEAR THE BOY PREACHER "LITTLE ROBERTS"

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"The Last
SCHOOL Supper"
tricts 13 and 18 will a few years is comforting.For .
sponsor
10 YEARS
CALL EL 44)639) baby contest and program at 3 the first time in our life we won a prize. At the annual At the evening service the pastor OLD -

m. The Ladies Aid will also Duval Salesman Open House yours truly won a sel of Calvert will use as his subject "Jesus
George p. HEALING SERVICES 2.30 P.M. =
Perpena Stooped down and with His finger 7:30 P.M.
meet in the church at 3 p. m. The glasses which were given by Nip "CaberlSamS.. We kicked because

1134 W.5th Street Sunlight Gospel Singers will be we had no filling for the glasses J. D. "Mr. Goodwill" wrote on the ground". The Dumb Speak The Deaf Hear
The Allen Christian Endeavor
.---- presented in'an after service pro- Brooks. the personable Schaefer salesman left for SL Petersburg. .. The Blind SeeThe Lame WalkIn

gram in the interest of District 10. Herb Gaines of Budweiser was in town for the Open House.

District 9 will meet at 2 p. min That broad smile you meet coming down the street belongs to for QUICK RELIEF of The Name of Jesus

: JJl & KeiefofPAIN the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. George Redd George is happy as a bug since the,Champ. Ale" HEADACHENEURALGIA Make Plans to Bring the Sick to the Miracfe Service

I Scott 2234 Forest St District 5 craze has caught on. He also handles Canadian Ace The girls

i will meet at 3 p.m. in the home of were afraid to visit Ethel Spears' booth because she was serving I

i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williams. that rich good home-made Borden's ice cream. The stuff is supposed JACKSONVILLE -

District 11 will meet at 3 p. m, in to be .fattening but Ethel says her brand is non-fattening. Ease Pains of Headache

the home of A. Andrews, 658 Freddie Brown of Williams Buick was the happiest man around.In Neuralgia Neuritis! win REVIVAL CENTERJacksonville's .

CM G,,. NEURITIS PAIN W with HEADACHE.STANIACK NIUUL.t TA>. Brady Coujt District 12 will meetat addition to his pretty cars he also displayed his charming sister Quick Acting STANBA :&
'" "'ETa.* POWOEK STANSACK fe Barbara who made the "Roadmaster" look better. Along with Inter-denominational Center
3'
p. m. in the home of Mrs. Test STANBACK
... ... i ir ., SACK _**>.* .w.rsI .trtwAtly NwaP Rose Tould, 1092 State St. and Barbara was Mrs. Lois Borden of Miami who is her house guest any preparation yoov* FOR ALL PEOPLE

-J. *-lit! .TIoa.U....f...into.. .Ifecti... Mty__te Uk.. u.4..*..' District 14 will meet at 3 p. m. in Paging Fuller Warren and Sumpter Lowery The-State organi- over used See now

1 MULTlP titrt*'***fcnog(....HIM the home of Mrs. Ollie Jones in zation of'Social Workers met here this week. Guess.what? -They quick relief comes. ALL ARE WELCOME _
........ ..lief,.....a.ai.gr..d......
....no ,.... .... Magnolia Gardens. J let the cullud delegates meet in the George Washington with the No Greco But Christ
folk from the other side of town. 6W
Taal $ %W" "
=Apretl. t A VOTE Ethel Cook and Patricia Collier McLaughlin are busy selling East 9th at Walnut

....... .. NAACP memberships. We all who haven't to stop the girls Lele
urge (Across from Duval )
Laundry
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y....,. .v. I FOR JACKSONIS
and take out one. Editor's Note: Membership, that is.

i ; I A VOTE Gotta go now but remember voteless people is a voiceless I Take Bus No.9. 11 or 15

FOR PROGRESS j people". Let's get out May 8th and yell to, the top of> our lungs J For Information Call EL 5-5926
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Ernest Jackson Denies Tie With Candidate For Constable JCudillale





i For Justice- Of Peace Gets Deed For Magnolia Community Club AHE Delegates



Denies Campaign_Tie To ones I Hurl In Crash


In a statement to the Florida Star Attorney. Ernest D. Jackson }

candidate for the post of Justice of the Peace in the second district,! SEEKING-Five delegates to

denied report of a supposedly tie-in with Don Wells. the general conference of the

It was stated that earlier in the African Methodist Episcopal

week workers in the Wells head- Jackson released the following Church opened in Miami Wedne3-
day are in the Weems .
quarters were giving incoming statement to the press: "I am not Hospital.The
I telephone callers the five were in a car that
tied
impressionthat in with any candidate. I am
Don Wells and Jackson were running for one office, that of ploughed into the wreckage of a
I o truck and an asphalt tanker that
using the R
same headquarters. A J Justice the Peace, Second Dis-
had collided around 3 o'clock
trict. I have a full-time job run- y a ,,,, ,
Monday morning on State Road
ning my camjaign and don't have
:25, south of Avon Park.
time to meddle in other races. I
will welcome the vote of all people One of the passengers, Casteria' 4RT

groups.and I the consider endorsement myself of thepeople's all : : : sustained Field Burrows a skull of Memphis.fracture.Tenn.The. V

others, cut and bruised are: The
candidate. If elected, I
Rev. F. G. Garrett and wife Sarah
feel confident that I can work
Lee of Memphis; the Rev. J. E.
with the fit
any person people see
James of and
to elect as constable and I feel he Memphis owner A tip of the Pepsi Cap to
Gx driver of the
car and William
will work with me. I repeat Ern- .. .,.. these Americans outstanding, who make young
---t Earl Mitchell of Erlington Tenn. our

est D. Jackson is running for one Doyle Hunter, 25, of Fort Laud- a country better place and In our which community U U...

office and I have no tie-ins or .ry .6. erdale, driver of the tanker was .
ERNEST D. JACKSON t.1r *
political allegiances." charged with driving on the

side of the road.
wrong
giant banner endorsing Jackson

across the front of the candidatefor
PRESENTS DEED Z. E. Roth seated. of the Magnolia Improvement Corporation is presenting I

constables headquarters lent the deeds to N. C. Williams. also seated for an acre of land given to the Magnolia Gardens Community I
credence to the rumor. After A VOTE Coley Wallace
Club. The land is to be used to build a club house and a playground for the kids. Standing, left to
Jackson and Elcee Lucas contacted
right. L. K. Burton. W. A. Jones. J. Sparrow. H. Godwin and D. Wilkerson. II
Ed Kohleman who is in charge FOR JACKSONIS _" Gets TerrificBeatingInRing

of the Wells office, it was an-
nounced that the Roosevelt Dem- A VOTE PATRONIZE General
Ally. Irvin' Thinks Governor
ocratic Club was merely endorsing -
Don Wells and Ernest D.Jack- FOR PROGRESS Florida Star. I _

son. / AdvertisersFeed Should Call Special Legislature I BOSTON_Coley Wallace, for- j'l'

merly of Jacksonville, and one- ; :

< time heavyweight title contender, '
I baby Clearwater Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin said in a speech before was rushed to Massachusetts Gen- 1IV '_'''l I \
your
the Pinellas County Federation for Constitutional Government he eral Hospital last week shortly I l J

felt the governor should call the legislature into special session ia. after he was knocked out in a -. -

June or July, to consider segregation.. boxing match at Boston Garden. JUDY Doutlu ELAINE Anderson YORK
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He also said he feels Florida The condition of Wallace was High School

CARNATIONAmerica's will be successful for a long time not serious according to reports their Pepsi-Cola hats to dealers this young lift

in defeating integration in the Williston News following preliminary examina- eighth grade student.
11 Judy is one of the fast
> public schools.He tion at the hospital.In steppers on the drill team
; and an asset to the Glee
pointed out that a committee WILUSTON the final round of a 10-round Club in which she sings.
of lawyers named by him and,; -Mrs. Amanda bout between Bob Woodall 203, She is a member of tne
:
Moore will be honored in a special Sunday School and the
Gov. LeRoy Collins is to meet of Boston and Wallace, Wallace Youth Organization.
Mother's Day program May 12 at
Tuesday in Tallahassee to study caught a right cross to the chin
7:30 p. m. in the New Hope Bap-
ways to preserve segregation. which sent him to the canvas.

Among the plans which the tist Church. After the knockout, Wallace's

"healthy baby"milk! committee might study, he said, is senior Music choir will be with furnished Mrs. Eunice by the handlers had difficulty reviving Y'

one authorizing the governor to him and he had to be helped to .J'
Julian at the
assign students to public schools. piano. 'I his dressing room.
The Home
Missionary Societywill
Such an assignment might be
"' .. -- "'" made on the basis of achievementor sponsor a program May 20 at .....
3 p. m. The contest between the I
to help preserve order or on Flail Family -
: married and single ladies will
any similiar; methods'other"than
i terminate. Miss Estella Williams,
on a color basis. Home Fired On
Another proposal which the an instructor at Otter Creek will

committee might .take up is that speak from the subject, "Evangelism -
in Christian Education". Mrs.C. .
the governor could call togetherall MOUNT DORA-Allen Platt re- x. a

the .sheriffs and peace officers E. Grier of Allen Chapel AME t I ported Wednesday two shotgun \ "-
Church will introduce the '
to determine how they could keep speaker. blasts were fired into his home ... "
.. ... .
.. .1.
peace[ and order'if desegregation near Sorrento by night riders. .... ".\* ,! ':.. ,t>> ':.

becomes effective. Platt said an Automobile paus- .; 9" .. J
E. L. Strain and Mrs. L. A. Wil-
ed on the highway in front of his CARL, JESSIE
liams attended the Ministers and
house about midnight Tuesdayand Douglas Anderson
to 'F, ,. Deacons Union in Rail-
x.S recently High School
Urban two charges were fired. One
League ford. This popular star memberof
blast ripped through the screen basketball team contributed -

door and into the living room and to winning popularly
I Ih of his
last
group sea
Mrs. Vineda Smith of New York
Exhibit Seen the other hit the porch steps. son. Carl sings in Glee
was here recently to attend the Club president of Boosters -
No one was hurt.Platt's Club an athletic club
funeral of he rfather, Lewis Dud- which has as its major
t i r AI! Welfare Heel ley Hammonds. children were removed project this Spring a ban-
from public school here on outstanding quet honoring athletes.the school's

-- grounds they had Negro blood.

Many out of the city's social Satsuma NewsBy Platt denied it. Last Nov. 7, the

t workers and board members at- circuit court ruled his children ,#r -
I
-r- --- tended the 39th annual Florida could attend public schools. Four

Conference of Social Welfare'held Mrs. Cornelia ShorterMr. days after the ruling a fire bomb

la 4 May 2 through the 4th in the and Mrs. Shorter and Mr. burned part of the porch to his
wrrsiG
George Washington Hotel in Jack- and Mrs. Joe Brown attended the house.

sonville. union that was held last Sunday The children are now attendingthe
'
I Theme of the conference was i in the Mt. Nebo Baptist Church. Christian Home and Bible

"Human Welfare, Your Concern". School a private school in Mount

4t : Included in the conference were Mrs. Shorter has as her house Dora. \

z several institutes designed to help guest her grandson Otis Jenkinsof : :
__ .,
,
workers and board members to Dania, Florida.Mr. recovery.

solve urgent health and welfare

f Y'' N Y problems. They included: "AgingA and Mrs. Banks are the The many friends of Rev.henry

Challenge To The Commun- proud parents of a baby girl. Cummings are very happy to

.
Mane CunOlt Utton,Qntnt&om,AtC.a winner In the t cent Carnation Hometown Hetftfiy flab, Contest ity"; "Personal Adjustment of the know that he is recovering nicelyin '
Aged Person"; "Working For A Mr Walter Wilson is ill in his his home after having been ill .*: ,
,. ):: _
Better Community"; "Reaching home. Friends wish him a speedy in the hospital, for some time. ',*' -"u' '
YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION,the milk Carnation because it is the world's Children Before The Crisis"; BARUAtLA. nvwurfDouglas

every doctor knows. Eight out of safest form of milk for your baby's "Strengthening The, Family" and I Anderson
School
High
; 10 mothers who feed a Carnation bottle. .the most nourishing and "The Role and Responsibility For Stewing

'- formula say: "My doctor recom digestible, too. It's .America's' The Board Member". STANDARD OYSTERS pt. 85* of Barbara the eighth an honor grade student and
>- Mrs. Pansy H. Mattair of Jack- member of the creative
mended it. Yes, you can trust "healthy baby" milk! dance group sings In the
sonville official of the Florida YELLOW PIKE lb. 49
an Glee Club and is associated
Department of Public Welfare .with the tumblingteam.

president of the Florida Confer- The Ever PopularWHITING J

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executive secretary. FRESH WATER PERCH. lb. 35*
COOKING AND
Another feature of the confer-
49 Co.grat.latioas from
FRESH WATER CATFISH (Ib. *
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4 the three Urban League branchesin Merit Award
Ikrto
COFFEE, TOO a de }Florida. This exhibit included SMALL RED SNAPPER ... lb. 55* wi..ard

annual reports posters; brochuresand No BOM N. Waste Listen to Pepsi Merit

program material. This SNAPPER STEAKS lb. 59* Award salwtatioas on
marked the first time that the Pepsi Cola TEE N- >r

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i*"3* < News Of interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I



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-- Putnam County NewsBY I Guidance Council Elects PresidentI Central Talent Contest


,..,. __'. __mL.. ...LI

: E..J. VBEEN Academy I To Draw SeniorsTo
,1" lOt Madison Street Pmlatka. Florid I

.ii:',.., Phon Eat 5-3025 ,

':'( ; :. HighlightsBY i

Moore GymDAYTONA
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THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK .' I

I Ca' ., WARREN HOWELLThe
"No day is well spent without a talk with God. BEACH
Fla.-The
J Central Academy Marchingand ; .
Last week Billie Haynes was the happy recipient of our passes Concert Band under the direction Tn-County Talent Contest to be

to the movies. He his wife. presented by Beta Delta Lambda
was accompanied by \ of Mr. C. S. Belion left for

Next week an invitation will be Ip Jacksonville Thursday. April 27. Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity -

sent to a young lady working in \ where they attended the 10th on Friday May 4 in Moore

a small grocery store on the north-, Pomona Park News Annual State Band Festival at gymnasium at BethuneCookmanCollege

western front who enjoY$ reading; New Stanton High SchooL; The at 8 p. m.. will have some

the Florida Star. She possesses a i w 5so y., } 4 members of the band attended a of the top senior talent in this
By Mrs. Florence McBride district
pleasing personality and will receive -i social mixer Thursday. participating.

the weekly show passes. Deacon Otis McBride Sr., Mrs. The Central Academy Marching Variety will be the unique qual-

Carrie Herlong. Mrs. Mary Williams ity of the show. In addition to the
r 1a Band which is noted for its pre-
Mrs. M. L. Frank Mrs. ; vocal solos and dramatic readings.
Tuesday. May 8 is election day. cision movements, smoothnessand

The polls will open at 7 a. m. and Florence McBride and Mrs. C.. dynamic balance, snatched an .the program will have a drum
Williams attended Union No. 2 novelty by one of the
close at 7 p, m. Each one registered -, "excellent rating" from the judgesfor CampbellStreet

please go to the polls and vote. auxiliary to the St. Johns Baptist their performance on the field, ,I High School contestants a
Association, which held April 27- multi-instrumental selection in
Your vote is important. :
very "good" for their concert numbersand
29, at Mt. Nebo Baptist Church which a contestant from J. R. Lee
S "good" for the general sight-
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x
East Palatka, Florida. High School in Wildwood. Florida
Funeral services for Mrs. Hattie reading ability of the band. The

Jones were held Sunday from the band is in "double C" class this will play several instruments one
The many friends of Mrs. after the other and other interest-
Calvary Baptist Church with the year.

pastor the Rev. L. D. Green offi Amanda Clay will regret to learn'that I ,,_. .>t.-1IIt"; :Jaa.: :: I ts 1 I .,: -.R. Last the economics ing acts.
she has passed away.VicePresident I I Thursday In addition to a jazz combo, the
ciating. Mrs. Jones died last week
NEW PRESIDENT Mrs. J. C. Adderley (second from left), teacher and counselor at Bond Junior class took an educational trip to sho wwill be enhanced by such

following a long illness. She was High School of Tallahassee, was elected president of the Florida State Guidance Council in Pcnsa-,. St Augustine. Mr. H. H. Wfightis guest artists as the famous Boyer
the wife of Charlie Jones. The Sees
cola last week. Others in the photo are. left to right. W. E. Combs. specialist in secondary education. the class instructor.On Brothers and talented Miss Pa-
remains were in charge of E. W. .
End Of Racial Bias Florida State Department of Education: Mrs. Adder ly: Dr. B. L. Perry dean of students. Florida A and Wednesday, April 25, the drica Mendez.
Lawson and Son Funeral Home.
As Good Business M University, -president; Mrs. Yvonne CondelL teacher and Guidance counselor at Dillard High I student council was in charge of: Prizes for the contest will be in

This School Fort Lauderdale secretary: Mrs. Ruby Gainer treasurer teacher and guidance counselor. Car the Chapel program during which the form of scholarships to the
week the Florida Star is .
ver High School. Century Florida, and W. H. Shirley. assistant dean of men. Florida A and M University they discussed their recent trip to three winners.
happy to invite Miss Ruby Washington Vice-President
very who addressed the members of the council. (A and M staff photo by C. J. Smith. III) the State Student Body Council
Crawford to be their guest for Richard Nixon, 'addressing a na?
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meeting held in Leesburb.The
lunch Monday in the cafetoriumof tion-wide television audience before B

Central Academy. Miss Crawford and after a motion picture on WOBS i Appears On Program baseball game between
f Mathew W. Gilbert and Central Gainesville Han
.is a senior. job discrimination, called for an.. Floradale GetsDemonstration
rained out
end to all racial and religious bias PROGRAM SCHEDULE '" 1 1l Academy was Fridayin
I On the fourth inning. Gilbert was
Mrs. Ellen Jenkins of Philadelphia in private enterprises as "good J "y'I Is Found Dead
of 8-5. The
leading by a score
arrived in the city Sundayfor business, good citizenshipand MONDAY FRIDAY V. Fire PreventionThe
CM Sign On l : bulldogs had two on base with _
a week's vacation with her plain good sense. leo 1:03 Capsule News St Weather >
out at the time.
mother, Mrs. Virginia Johnson (43 740 Heaven's Road (Melvin i it Fire Marshal of the City one Gainesville The body of Fred
Grace)
The intra murals softball tour.
and her mother-in-law, Mrs. 7:00 743 Capsule News St Weather Fire Department of Jackson- Washington, 38-year-old Negro
7:03 leo The Kid (Bob Hudson) nament is still underway under
Mable Jenkins.Mr. Smalhers Bill 1:00 1:13 Capsule News & Weather ville will demonstrate fire pre- man was discovered by the road-
the direction of Coach James
8.-03 ':00 The Kid (Bob Hudson) i inm. :
vention in a meeting by the side in the 900 block of NE 8th
':00 9:63: Capsule News St Weather Oliver with the 12th grade girls
A. L. Osgood Jr. left Sun- Asks ':13 10:00 Jumpin with Johnny t Floradale Improvement Leaguefor ;Avenue at 6:12 a. m. Monday.
RequirementFor (Jouuiy Shaw) defeating the 9th grade girls. and
day for Miami where he is attend- 10 40 11:03 Capsule News St Weather H- home owners and residentsof Washington was discovered lying -
between the 9th and
the
ing the general conference of the 10:03 1140 Gospel Train,Number One Magnolia Garden, Royal game on his back, arm outflung by
Of (:Melvin Grace) 12th grade boys was postponed.
AME Church. Mr. Osgood is a Judges 1140 11-03 Capsule News St Weather Terrace and surrounding areas Dick Hinson. He was wearing a
t 1143 12:01 Gospel Train, Number One Tuesday night April 24, the
delegate from the East Florida : (Melvin Grace) on Monday at 8 p. m. in the pair of light pants shoes, hat and

Conference.Mrs. Supreme Court I' 1:00: 12:15 Local News (Joyce .. auditorium of Moncrief school.A Middleton Jr. High School presented long sleeved sportshirt.A .
Joyner) a play entitled "The
12:15.12'.30 Man on Street (Shaw St representative of the Flor- corner's jury will be called
p C Yp "
Viola Britt made a busi- 12:30 12:45 Job Hudson Mart) (Joyce Joyner) ida Inspection and Rating Bureau Marlemburg Necklace. They shortly to investigate the death of

ness trip to Jacksonville last Washington A law requiringthat 12:431:00 A Woman's World (Joyce will also be present to explain were sponsored by the C. A. Ele- the man.

Tuesday. She also visited her mo-, all future appointees to the 1:101:13 Capsule Joyner) News & Weather the benefits each home mentary. Police chief Rupert Zeigler said
Supreme Court have at least five 143 240 Gospel Train Number Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Belton are '
'. ... Two (Melvin Grate) owner would receive from the his death was believed to be from
thery. years of prior experience on the 2M 2:01 Capsule News Weather installation of fire plugs in happy to announce the arrival of Washington had been released
bench was proposed Monday by 2:03 3:00 Gospel Train, Number their Mr. Belton is the
Mr.Prince Martin left the city Two (Melvin Grace) units one and two. new son. from jail on $25 bond last Tuesday
Sen. Smathers. 3:04 3:03 Capsule News Weather band director at C. A. and Mrs.
last week to attend the funeral 343-440 Jumpin with Johnny after he was charged with disorderly -
He said Supreme Court members (Johnny: Shaw) Belton is a teacher at C. A. Elementary -
services of his mother. Friends conduct by fighting in the
should be trained and experienced 440-443 Capsule News Si Weather .___"___ .
sympathize with him in his loss. 443 5:00 Jnmpin with Johnny 1200 block of NW 6th Place.
jurists and that "men (Johnny Shaw) YOUNG SINGER Phillis Monday night Prof. Felix Brad-

determine and 540-543 Capsule News St Weather Thomas 'soprano soloist. will be Game Called Off at
Mr. and Mrs. George Haynes Jr. who wish to policy I 543 leo Jnmpia with Johnny ford and his singers appeared
legislate should seek endorsementof (Johnny Shaw) heard on Mother's Day program at the school cafeteria. They were
are the proud parents of a fine ItO (43 Capsule News St Weather I Women
their views from the people by 1:13 (30 The Kid (Bob>> Hudson) 3:15 o'clock in the BrokenboroughMission. sponsored by the Primitive Bap- DayObservance
baby girl who was named Verean I SATURDAY On Race IssueBATON
Yvonne. Mrs. Haynes is the former running for office. (40 SUn On She will be accompaniedat tist Church.
Smathers made no_reference to (40 (43 Capsule Newt & Weather the piano by her sister. Patri Mrs. Z. Brook is up and teach-.
-Miss Ruby Cason of Lake (43-740 Heaven's Road. (Melvin Set
the Supreme Court's unanimous Grace) cia. ing again after a short illness.

City. 1954 decision outlawing segrega-I 7:00-743 743 S40 The Capsule Kid News(Bob Hudson St Weather) I The Rev.. B. R. Brokenborough. ROUGE La.- A base- We are sorry to report the ill-

tion in public schools, but the bill 8:00 S43 Capsule News St Weather shepherd.Fernandina. ball game was called off between ness of Miss Susie Thomas and Atlantic Beach The annual
43-9:00 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
Learn Commercial Art he proposed seemed tQ reflect the I ':00. 513 Capsule News St Weather Lake Charles and Baton Rouge in Miss Dorothy Hardy, both students Women's Day program will be
913. 10:00 Jumpin with Johnny
Start Aaytim protests he and other Southernershave ; (Johnny Shaw) the Evangeline League because a at C. A. observed on May 20 in the Friend-

G. I. APPROVED made against this and other i 10:00 10:43 Capsule News St Weather Negro was listed with the Lake Mr. Alvin A. Reid of Walker ship Baptist Church.At .
10:03 1140 Gospel Train,Number One
,AMERICAN recent rulings of the court. (Melvin Grace) Charles team. Vocational and Commercial College the evening worship the
1140 11:03 Capsule News St Weather
Number was a recent visitor at C. A. "Ten be dramatized
11143 1240 Gospel Train One; Virgins" will
SCHOOL OF ART (Melvin Grace) BeachDev. It was agreed last Friday night The Putnam County Council for
12:00 12:15 Local News (Joyce and candlelight services will be
between
BE SURE the two teams that Lake
-Moved To New Uccri Joyner) Teachers of English met Thursday held. Each member is asked to
106 EAST BAY STREET 12:15 1230 Man On Street (Shaw St Charles would bench their Negro
Hudson) Damon Bell night at the Central Academy bring a candle.
Superintendent -
24 Fleer TO VOTE \ 12:30: 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) shortstop, Ralph Crosby and cen- High School to make plans for abountywide
is invited.
The
of the Jacksonville District public
12:45-1:00 A Woman's World (Joyce terfielder, Felipe Alou and Baton
Bee. It will
Joyner) Methodist Church will hold the Spelling :
1:00-143 Capsule News Weather Rouge would bench their regular
143-240 Gospel Train Number second Quarterly conference at start with a class room contest '
Two (Melvin Grate). shortstop and centerfielder. Baton School
2.
May con-
Wednlesday.
Franklintown Methodist Churchof INCOME TAX RETURNS
2:00 2:03 Capsule News & Weather Rouge the 7-4.
243 340 Jnmpin with Johnny which Rev. I. McPherson is pas- won game test Monday. May 7. and the final Short Form $2.00
(Johnny Shaw)
3:00-343 Capsule News St Weather tor Sunday, May 6, at 3 p. m. in For the Saturday night game (County Contest) 2 p. m. Thurs. Long Farm $4.00

Melvin GraceAND 3.03 440 Jnmpin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) the church auditorium. Lake Charles presented a lineup day. May 10 at the C. A. Cafe- NED JACKSONTAX

4:00 443-5:00- 4:03: Jnmpia Capsule with News Johnny St Weather listing Crosby, Chief Umpire Joe torium. EXPERT

(Johnny Shaw) Powers in turn gave the lineup to Contest Officials are: Judges. 133 Clay SL Ph. EL 6-3703

500.503 capsule News Si Weather Bob Breazeal, president of the Mrs.H. D.Long. Mrs.K. B. Green
543 lIt Jnmpin with Johnny 9 AJ*. Till 9 P.M. I
(Johnny Shaw) DinsmoreRev. Baseball Fans, Inc., which oper- Mrs. S. W. Deere. Callers: Mrs. I
(40 1:31 The Kid (Bob Hudson) '
(30, SUn OffSUNDAY ates the Baton Rouge team. T. B. Williams. Mrs. De Large.

Mrs. L. O. Wrilht. Time Keepers: ,

(40 1tO '1:00 Heaven's Sign On Road (Melvin R. J. Boykins, pastor of The public address system then Miss C. Maxey. Mrs. B. A. Moon. Commercial Art
Learn
740-730 Heaven's Grace) Road Macedonia Primitive B a p ti s t read a statement to approximately Mrs.D.V.Morris. President: Mrs.

THE DECONGUIDING 7:30.609 Latimore Gospel Sinters Church, and congregation will 600 fans explaining that the game R. D. Williams. Secretariees: Mrs. Start Anytime

830 S:00 -- ,S30:to Oral Heaven's Roberts Road worship at the Bethel Methodist had to be postponed because of D. V. Morris and Mrs. C. J. G. I. APPROVED

,:et 1040 Bishop Johnson the segregation ban.
Church Sunday evening May 6th, Sloudmire. AMERICAN
10:-00 10:30 Heavenly Fire Gospel
inters at 7:30 p. m. SCHOOL OF ART
YOUR WAY 1030-1140 Heaven's Road The Male Chorus of Abyssinia PATRONIZE
1140 1240 Heaven's Road Moved To New Location
t Baptist Church of which Rev. BE SURE
1%:" 140 Heaven's Road Advertisers
1:00 240 Heaven's Road Wynn is pastor will furnish the 106 EAST BAY STREET

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GREENWOOD LAKE, N.y.-sugar Ray Robinson, the man who I Of Peter Waterman

._ did what many said could not be done has given up his training 1955

camp and gone West fully .confident that he has the head, the legs yi
0. and,the stamina to hold to the world middleweight championship. CHICAGO Jersey Joe Wal- LONDON Kid Gavilan, the
Cuban former
Robinson recalled the old adage cott, former heavyweight boxing NEW YORK Manager WaltAlston welterweight champion
of the world his
: got sweet
"they never come back" and howit champion of the world who was of the Brooklyn Dodgers

was said of him that he couldn'tdo Satchel Paige H called before the Cook County i rates his 1956 team above the 1955 revenge in a 10-round decision
over Britain's Peter Watermanlast
it either. The Harlem belter grand jury to testify in the boxing team despite the fact that he does
week at Earls
became the first man in ring his- And Bill corruption investigation, told the II not believe the team will run before Court Stadium
Veeck a crowd of 14,000.In .
tory to come out of retirementand I Ie. I grand jury that he did not knowof away as it did last year.
I a meeting of the two fighterson
regain a championship when any corruption in boxing in the 1 His regulars, with the exceptionof

he flattened Bobo Olson in two Back Together county. I II Johnny Podres are back to- Feb. 7, Waterman was awardeda
.I very unpopular decision that
rounds on Dec. 9. Robinson and Walcott received the subpoena I gether with added strength on the stirred
up ring officials, sports
Olson will meet in matchat bench and a reinforced pitching
a return following a verbal bout with the writers and fans
MIAMI Back everywhere. Protests
together again.
Wrigley Field in Los Angeles Illinois State Athletic Commis- staff. Alston rates Charley Neal as
This statement is meant for Leroy the best double from all over the globe were
May 8.The. sioner Lou Radzienda tele- play maker in
on a
(The Satchel) Paige, t fabulous registered after that fight Since
baseball. He is sold Neal.
vision on
who to
champion, appears program. When Walcott
ap- that time the referee Ben Green
pitcher and Bill Veeck. The two
be in fine shape said as he was peared for the hearing he wasangry. Alston has said that one of the has been retired
who have been friends through' by the British
breaking camp, "My legs are for having been served a strangest fallacies that he has Board
the Boxing after a hearing.In .
years were together at Cleveland -
right, now and that has been my i: summons. He said all the jury had heard concerning baseball is that'he hard
i a slashing, rough going,
and when Veeck switchedover
main worry. I don't intend to lose UNPLEASANT MEMORY When Sugar Ray Robinson goes to do was to issue an invitation. has no pitching staff. lie says: leather
_this fight"It to Boston, they' were to- i into the ring to meet Bobo Olson he will no doubt carry with him I State ,' "We have never understood that pushing battle, the 30-year
Attorney John Gutknecht
old Gavilan put the 21-year-old
gether again, in Miami where the the
was noted by sports writers I memory of the picture above which shows. him flattened out at and Walcott held remark because it is apparent
two a press conference Waterman on the canvas for the
connected with Miami
are the
the
and spectators that Sugar Ray hands of Joey Maxim. Sugar says his legs are in good shape and somebody most have been pitch-
i immediately following Wal-
Marlins eight count in the fifth round.
of
the International Lea-
of
course is not expecting repitition of the above ing when we all those
won
any
does not look the 35 years he scene. I cott's appearance before the gamesin Waterman hit the canvas two

claims to be, and certainly not the gue.Bill Veeck, who is now the executive :grand jury. Gutknecht told newsmen recent years." "No pitching? other times during the fight.
What do
37 which he is listed in the record : you suppose any other
vice president, has said and In punching his way to victory.
club would for Don New-
books. Robinson feels that at is still saying that Paige was not SPORTING IT UPBY "Walcott tried to cooperate with combe, Carl pay Erskine Billy Loes Gavilan brought about the first
whatever is listed for him he
,
age
brought to the Marlins as a practical the grand jury. He has no knowledge or Roger Craig? We haven't men- defeat for Waterman in 33 fights.
is much smarter than he
a fighter
joke, but in a sincere effortto C. PARHAM JOHNSON of corruption in boxing in tioned Johnny Podres because he Gavilan was complete master of

ever was. help the Marlins. Veeck still the county. We have no further is in the situation after the fourth
the Navy Karl
or Spooner
"I got more upstairs, he said. believes that Paige has much left need for his services." round. He fought the same brandof
"Actually, I believe that today I THE EASTERN LEAGUE will zard Charles and Jersey Joe Wal who has a sore arm which may
in old fight that he did in the first
the right wing to toss a
am a better fighter than. I was again operate in 1956 with the cott in Ohio in 1949. Becker also not respond to treatment"The fight only to be robbed of the
baseball He old Satchel still
.five years ago before I retired says Bacharach Giants, Pittsburgh said he had to agree to give the berto Robinson the brilliant Panamanian Dodgers have two young- decision according to fight ex-
has the balL
plenty on The two
Robinson retired in Decemberof Crawford, Harrisburg Giants and IBC 25 per cent of the profits to right handed pitcher. Well sters who may more than take up perts.

1952 after failing to win the storming were together tour.Accordingto.last year on a barn- the Baltimore Elite Giants. The stage a heavyweight title between Jacksonville has another in Juan .the slack caused by the departure Referee Andrew Smythe un-

lightweight championship from managers are: Fred Banks of the Charles then champion, and Nick Pizzaro. who seems to be settingthe of Podres. These are Don hesitatingly walked to Gavilan's
Veeck, the Marlinsare
Maxim. He started Bacharach Giants; McKinley Barone at Cincinnati. Drysdale, a 19-year-old 6-5 lad
Joey a comeback league on fire with his bril corner and raised the former
interested in winning the International Pi elds, with all the poise in the world
of 1954 and Pittsburgh Crawfords Becker liant ,
in November : was a prosecution wit- pitching. He stands a good champion's hand. The Associated
League flag, and he
then, after winning five of his six Skeeter Watkins Baltimore Elites. ness in the government's anti- chance to lead the league in good control a sharp curve and a Press card had Gavilan 62.2.INGROWN .
believes will'
firmly that Paige bea
tune-up efforts, kayoed Olson in JOE DeMAESTRI the Kansas trust suit against the IBC, its affiliates strikeouts. blazing fast ball, and Sandy Kou-

the second round. It was almost big factor towards this goaL City Athletics hit only .249 in and officers on charges of RANSOM JACKSON, the third fax, a 20-year-old lefty who is

three years to the day from his Dave Mann another Negro mem- 1955, he was the only player to monopolizing the promotion of baseman who was purchased by about as fast as they come. I' HAll
ber of the Marlins team is
play- collect six hits in in the When the regulars falter, the
retirement one game professional boxing. Becker said: the Dodgers from the Chicago
HURTING YOUT
ing great balL have the bunchof
Sugar Ray has fought Olson majors. He accomplished this' "I said I can't afford that kind of Cubs, appears to be very happy Dodgers strongest
The Marlins' roster does not relievers in ,....u.tt
the to call
three'times. He flattened him in feat during an 1} inning game on money. That's too much."offered over his sale to the Dodgers. He league

Philadelphia In 1950, won by a give Paige's age, but hisfriends July 8. His team lost 11-8 to the Norris $75,000 to $100,000'for the says he is going to send the Cubsa upon. These are Jim Hughes, Don fftfftff
say he is in the neighborhood of Detroit Bessent, Clem Labine and Ed A few drop.f OUTGBO brta*blond
close decision in 1952 and then Tigers. fight, but they wanted $150,000. Christmas card every year justto rdicf frontaraMHittnjUlCnO
56. Whatever his might be, ::. _
age Roebuck if his arm comes around. ( tmulum I .a
knocked him out last December. ROY CAMPANELLA. the iron- didn't have that kind of money so show his thanks. "I always Mil.rraII&bM .e t t.OUurao
Veeck who knows his around 7St.tott.riL ..
di. f.
way Alston further that "when -
,
"This guy is hard to convince, but man catcher of the Brooklyn Dod- I didn't get the fight" wondered how it would be to play says to. at all dent-.
the baseball world still believes Jackie Robinson is in
this time I am really gonna do my' gers has joined the 1,000 hit crew. MINNIE MINOSO star out- 77 games at Ebbets Field," says shape no-
that Leroy (Satchel) Paige will bea He secured his hit to him in body can beat him, but we still
best to make him see the light" ., put fielder of the Chicago White Sox Jackson.
big help to the Marlins. have Randy Jackson, secured
that class when he
connected in participated in other sports be- MANAGER BIRDIE TEBBETTS
the'clutch to win the from the Cubs to play third base. Learn Commercial Art
second gameof sides baseball when he was a of the Cincinnati Reds is sold on

No surgery needed Russell LoomingAs the season from the Phillies. It youngster back home in Cuba. rookie Frank Robinson. Frank is "The Dodgers" aren't afraid of Start AnytimeC.

was the first win for4he. Dodgers. I Minoso picked up a few extra dollars the 20-year old Negro star who is anybody. I. APPROVED

to reduce swelling Track Star SAD SAM JONES the no-hit i in boxing. He fought Kid attempting to jump all the way AMERICAN

pitcher of the Chicago Cubs is on .Gavilan several times when the from Class A Columbia, S. C. of PATRONIZE

of painfbl piles -- the war path again. In winninghis Kid was trying to get started. the Southt Atlantic League teamto SCHOOL OF ART

sIn SAN FRANCISCO Bill Rus- first game of the season, Jones Gavilan and Minoso 'are great the majors. "I think he will be Moved To New Location
Florida StarAdvertisers .
Stainles doctor Puo teats tnst&ntl7, amazing relieved new sell, the sensational All-American gave up only four hits to win 12-1. friends and Minoso never misses a doing an adequate job if he hits 106 EAST BAY STREET

'pled tortarel Gave internal and basketball star of the University BIG MARION MOTLEY. for- Gavilan fight if he can get to it .260 or .265 and 15 home runs," tad FloorCHAMPIOR'S

external relief without surgery! of San Francisco and who made mer powerhouse fullback of the VINEGAR BEND MIZELL. SL says Tebbeus. Baseball fans .
C milingredlsats re.
Here n frvfai"g instantly I Reduce every All-American team that Cleveland Browns professional Louis Cardinals pitcher just out throughout the South Atlantic

welling.Promote iw. trnr.You sit, was selected for basketball has football team is going to join Joe of the Army is working on a new League remember the powerful -

remedy.walk m comfort Stainless I Only Pazo BUlnless Suppositories pile- blossomed into a shining star in Louis in the wrestling game. pitch which he calls the "Scroogie" batting punch of Robinson.

or Ointment at druggists. track. Louis announced that he and Mot in the Cuban Winter League.The .

The track coach says Russell ley would team up together to ball is supposed to break Big Spring Sale -

may be the first man to clear make a wrestling team. Experts away from right handed hitters.
in the believe that should develop USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY
seven feet high jump. Motley The Cardinals are counting very
WATCH THIS CLOWN
Coach Bill Magner has tried into the same kind of wrestler heavily on Vinegar Bend this sea

since the close of the basketball that he was a football player SIZES 28.50Dress
'
48-29-12 season to get the fabulous cage it will be a powerful man in the son.HAROLD JOHNSON. the hard- Pants $7.95 Value Now $2.99

351-80-954 star out for track. During the past ring. hitting light heavyweight conten-

week Russell showed up on the SEVEN MAJOR LEAGUERSwere der who figured so, prominentlyin :rite- SHORT SLEEVE

track field for the first time in admitted to the exclusive the doped orange affair-which Sport Shirts $1.39 or 3-for $4.00

2 2 two years and easily cleared six 160 home run club in 1955 to raise resulted in the suspension of

o 2 and a half feet "He accomplishedthis the membership of players to 39. Johnson from boxing in Pennsyl- ip1omatic.1Jrinlt Nylon Stretch Sox .. 5-for $1.00 .

9, 9 feat without a day's practice," The players reaching the 100 vania. It is now reported that Undershirts and Shorts 2-for 890
said. mark Gus Bell Al Dark
his coach are: Walt Johnson must undergo an opera-

Coach Magner said his broad Dropo, Whitey Lockman, Mickey
tion before he can get back in the
529-77-100 ...
jump showed promise, but he is Mantle, Willie Mays and Earl ring again. Johnson seems to be Stock Up Now Sale Ends May 5th

30-33-67 going to use all available practice Torgeson. '
in just plain hard luckBIG NO LIQUOR TASTE... 125 West Street Phone EL 4-1118
the Bay -
Russell HENRY
time to polish up on AARON the hard hitting MONTE IRVIN. the big

SelHt.... ..'. up high jump. "He seems to be best outfielder of the Milwaukee gun in the New York Giants folda NO LIQUOR BREATHI

s.He..44s....,.wfctract..'. Jolla at that," the coach said. Braves has been picked to. win the few years ago is back in the

Ho w.Hu It .11! sroaad. National League batting crown in majors and up to his old tricks

FLORIDA STAR 1956. It is said Aaron has every- again. His big bat is again sound-

thing that it takes to make one of ing off in the big leaguesTvith the d"r

FOR MAY 12th IN EVERY baseball's greatest hitters of all Chicago Cubs. ,

36-27-54 times. ROBIN ROBERTS of the Philadelphia 1 ,, ;HOURCLEANERS

COLORED HOME JACKIE ROBINSON of the Phillies had the largest i ,

Brooklyn Dodgers twice led the percentage of club victories in the \' r

Southern Division of the Pacific in 1955. Roberts '
major leagues
l'
2 BIG PROGRAMS THIS WEEK! Coast Basketball Conference by with 23 wins accounted for 30 : \ '

STBAID "MIt. ROBERTS" Caglley sad FOllda II scoring 148 points in 1940 and 133 per cent of the Phillies' victories; ,

SUN. THRU WED Plus: "THE QUIET ONE" in 1941. Jackie was also a star in CHARLEY NEAL. the flashy sM ...

MAY -9' T." .f Pr 80" le New York football with UCLA, his basket- freshman second baseman of the J tr.iL., .-'

ball stardom came with Southern Brooklyn Dodgers is more than 'a IJ Yf/IJ 1..cT,u;; t .., ..
THURS. THRU SAT. lollt. Mitchum "NIYE OF HUNTER'MAY
California.
10. 12 Rollt. Taylor "QUENTIN DURWARD" capable second baseman. He is
JERSEY JOE WALCOTT. the what one would call a natural He

former heavyweight boxing covers his territory in a sensational BACHELOR BUNDLES

ROOSEVELT SKY VIEW champion said in making a statement manner and is one of the best +

before the Cook County to, hit the big leagues in many I #
SUII. Toes. May 6.8 grand jury that boxing would be u
S"II. T..e. May 6.8Robt. years. -
e .THE Teylor KID" 'LAST' TIME I SAW PARIS"'BILLY better off with such men at the WES COVINGTON. the ex- Wk 5 HOUR SERVICE

: .. ,ri... Tlariller Plss: ."SHE'S TOO MEAN"BETRAYED helm like Gene Tunney Tommy Jacksonville Brave who hit the
Morelalld Riot
"sad WOMEN" Malltall Loughram and Joe Louis insteadof big leagues right off the diamondof i ....tihlfy Ummdtnd sad Finished

Wed. & Th..n. May 9.0gooand political appointees. the Jacksonville'Braves is said .
Wed. Be non. May '.10 W..H.ldell. SAM BECKER a Cincinnati looking rook -
to be one of the best
AIJ.Nqro MEAN Cewedy FOR ME" SABRINA promoter and clothing manufac- ies in the Milwaukee He
"SHE'S.TOO camp. tJJintl
Plus All-Negro
PI.... FALLEN' ANGEL.. "SONG OF AFRICA turer testified he had been told stands a good chance to stick with Since ( 'E

he would have to pay Jim Norris, another ex-Jacksonville Brave 1 I J
May 11.12 Fri i Sat. May 11 12 1721.
FrL 8 1..4101 Set. -. Sc.tt CONQUEST OF SPACE president of the International] Henry Aaron.BASEBALL. 4..
Boxing Club, a sum of $150,000 if
"TRUNDiIt OVER PLAINS" and ""LAST IANDIT" FANS throughout "
Plus: "eMINA VfNTUU" W. Elliott he wanted to promote a heavyweight the eonfin.s of he South Atlantic IELSK 911 West Ashley 416 Main StreetSot..rd.

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Page Eight THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday May 5, 1956



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Brown He Is Viclim Collins I which is holding its quadrennialin t
George Says Ckarges
I POLICE' Warren And Lowry lab I Miami. Many hotels on the
I lower end of the Beach which are

Of Race Bailing By His Opponent Filthy Po lilies"ITo REPORTSA |normally closed at this season re- I
i mained open to accommodate the
Collins On Race IssuesFormer
I|I visitors. It was pointed out that I
George Brown Jr.. candidate for re-election to the office of OpponentsGovernor broken bottle was the instru- II I Negro guests began staying in

Constable-of the Second District said last Friday night. at a;;local ment that caused Johnny Lawson, I Beach hotels at the National Bap.
rally that he is placing his record before the people ..in. an honest LeRoy Collins who 38, of 1532 Franklin St. to be sent Governor Fuller Warren joined the prosegregationistsby tist Convention several years ago
and sincere appeal for everybody's support. has been the subject of a bitter to Duval Medical.Center for treat adding his voice to ridiculing innocent Negro people in Florida to and have used hotel facilities at

Brown who was born and raisedin two-sided attack from two of his ment of stab wounds in left rear their white fellow citizens while at the same time an army of paid conventions two or three times

the Second District said he was opponents Sumter Lowry and of neck and top of shoulder. workers are knocking on the doors of colored homes asking votersto I yearly. since. .

'being made the victim of a racial b s one-time governor, Fuller Warren, Reports are that the victim and elect him. i i Local supporters of Warren
issue. He charged that his opponent last week blasted their tactics as his. assailant were drinking and In a locally televised address this was the first sign of integration were put "on the spot" by his ra

had been circulating back x "dirty, filthy politics." got into an argument. Lawson is last week Warren for the second and that white guests would cial stand. A local Negro publisher

among citizens and workers in the In a recent TV appearance Collins reported to have slapped the ac time threw insults at Negro citi refuse to use the hotels after the defended the ex-Governor's television

white areas back issues of the ,< displayed a piece of Lowry 'cused and the accused grabbed a zens. In the address he read an Negroes leave. He was referringto speeches by saying War-

"Florida Star". which carried a campaign literature which he said bottle and broke it and. stabbed affidavit sworn to before a Miami the AME General Conference ren's speech wasn't strong enough.
-
picture of the present Constable contains "completely unfounded victim in the neck and shoulder. notary in which he said that
making an award to a Negro student N 4h 54 6.R insinuations." He added "while Witnesses were: Margaret white and Negro students would

at Edward Waters. A Z this man seeks to smear me he Fields, 1466 Florida Ave., C. J. never attend the same schools if
The fact is that George Brown actually smears the state of Flor Sally, 1339 Evergreen Ave., Char he is elected. In this address as JACKUPThe
has been making the wards annually ida." lie Mae Bowens, 1531 Harrison SL, well as in the previous week's .
to the outstanding studentat Mary Jansen, 1531 Harrison St. talk, TV viewers state that War
Collins has been
mercilessly ripped
the college. The pictures of the .AGeorge by both Lowry and Warren ina and Guy Singletary 1339 Ever- ren used an ugly term to describethe School Board
presentation scene which Brown green Ave. Negro people several times.
campaign in which the Negro -
says his opponent is using to stir people have become the political Sgts. G. T. Jones and R. B. Supporters of the former governor ELECT
up racial hatred becomes proof Whittington investigated. declared he said "nigra." The
that aside from being a good law football being kicked around by critics quickly pointed out that
candidates who are playing upon JACK E. SNIDER
enforcement officer Tie has been the prejudice of white. George Porter, 24, 1340 West Warren is a trained lawyer and is
active in projects designed to encourage State St. was admitted to Duval known as an eloquent speaker.
Both Lowry and Warren have 5
Group County-Wide
educational and athletic Medical Center this week for stab They say that the ex-governor can
,... .
1 -- linked Collins with the NAACP in
development among whites as : wounds in upper left arm from a say Nero,. and hero so why not (Paid Political AJrJ
fI
H. Brown. Jr. an obvious effort to alienate white
well as Negroes. knife. Negro.
voters.
Brown who is president of the hours per day, seven days per >>, Reports from neighbors stated Warren told his viewers that if
Methodist Men's Club, is: actively week. Concerning the NAACP Lowry that George Porter had been elected he would seek a repeal of

engaged in other phases of youth until recently a board Chairmanof fighting his wife on the porch and the 14th amendment and would ELECTHARRY .
work and serves as a member of Gulf Life Insurance Companydas in the house over a period of seek to have the question of indi-

the Board of the Order of Rainbow Youths Attack quoted as saying; "As gover- months and this fight was just a vidual civil rights left up to the
Girls is treasurer of TroopNo. nor I will see that there will be continuation of what had been discretion of the individual states.In MARTINCOUNTY

16 of the Boy Scouts of Amer no recognition whatsoever on an going on. a prepared speech he stated
SchoolOfficials official level of the NAACP. The call was answered by officers that the original intent of the 14th

ica.The present constable has Collins has been taken to task B. W. Kendall and O. Bow- amendment was not the purposefor SOLICITORTO

served the citizens of the Second for his commutation of the death man. which it is now being put. He
THE PEOPLE OF DUVAL COUNTY
.' :
District fairly and impartially regardless A mob-like attack on officialsof sentence of Walter Lee Irvin, one also recalled that repeal of the'

of race, color, creed or the Long Branch Grammer of the four men sentenced to die William Harrison, 66, of 1099 18th amendment which brought Youelected HARRY MARTIN your COUNTY

position in life. School following an operetta for the alleged rape of a white Hall Lane discovered recentlythat prohibitionu and spoke of the as- SOLICITOR in 1952, the first time he was ever a
George Brown's record shows Lake County housewife in 1949, tea kettles can be used for pects of social legislation. Observers
that he has cooperated with all brought six youths whose ages and also for his appointment of a more things than boiling water were quick to point out that candidate for any office, and he has shown his appre-

law enforcement agencies and ranged from 13 to 16 years before Negro Assistant State Attorney.The when he was hit over the right there is no comparison betweenthe ciation by making one of the best records ever made
Juvenile Court Judge Marion W.
courts to help curb lawlessness, governor defended his action eye with one. use of liquor and the guarantee in Florida.In
by any prosecuting attorney .
Gooding.The
juvenile delinquency, and the by stating frankly he after The kettle was in the hands of of human or civil rights so
wide open moonshine operationthat judge gave one of the studying the case he followed the Laura Mason. The blow caused therefore the 18th and 14th 3V4 years HARRY MARTIN has completedthe

existed in the west side priorto youths, a 16-year-old described as dictites of his conscience and per- the victim to be taken to Duval amendments cannot be intelligently prosecution of 11,959 criminal cases.
his taking office. A check of a ringleader, a suspended sentence formed what he thought was a Medical Center.. Harrison received compared.

Juvenile Court FBI and other official to the Florida Industrial School: just, Christian and humane duty. treatment and was released. Warren in a Miami Beach address FACTS not fables '
.
.
records prove these points.He for Boys and released all the other Officers H. Harley and O. Bow- charged Governor Collins

maintains three fully equipped boys to their parents under strict man answered the call. with race-mixing in another affidavit THIS IS THE RECORD

radio dispatched cruisers and court regulations. This was the While Han Fined It stated "that the present Arson 10 None
is as near as your telephone 24 boys first appearance in court. governor of Florida has already Assault 449 20 ;.- '

-- Young Woman mixed white people and Negroesin Burglary .... .... .. 383 10
For Bus Florida by appointing an as- Drunk Driving 1.148 32
HI-HAT ANNOUNCES. FightCHATTANOOGA. Forgery ... ............ .. 189 None Y
*. ,.CLUB sistant state attorney of Dade Homicide ..._.............. .... 22 13
> Jam Sessions Every Saturday Afternoon Bitten In Fighi County a Negro man with powerto Larceny (Theft) ... ....... 531 8 !
Tenn A prosecute white citizens. Moonshine 259 13
featuringJacksonville's white man was fined $50 Thurs Warren has made a big issue of Narcotic ao None
Top Jazz Artists A between local hotel Robbery 66 17
two
day on charges of disorderly conduct fight
the fact that Collins appointed a Sex Crimes 37 2
SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION resulting from a dispute witha co-workers Doretha Baldwin 19, Negro assistant to the State Attorney Traffic ... ........... 4,187 5
Seth Darby and His Modern Sounds on Station WOBS Negro passenger over a seat on of 1631 Madison Street and De- despite the fact that for Worthless Checks 228 None
a city bus. lores Jackson, of 1616 Madison St. Other Crimes .. 4,226 24
DIRECT FROM many years both white and Negro
ended with Doretha Baldwin Total Cases Completed 11,815 144
City Judge Riley Graham fined up
THE HI-HAT CLUB citizens have agreed that the ends Cases Won.Over 98%
Ray Pope, 18, and dismissed similar being taken to Duval Medical of justice could best be served
734 W. ASHLEY STREETJoektMvitle't charges against the Negro, Center for treatment of a bite I Not one conviction has been setaside HARRY MARTIN has person
when Negroes are given the -I
Downtown Club opportunity
Only Lawrence 23. around the right eyebrow which by the Supreme Court of ally paid all of his campaign expenses
DINING AND DANCING FROM 4:00 P.M. UNTIL MIDNIGHT"The Curry to serve in matters involving Florida. and has not accepted and
The two were arrested follow was allegedly inflicted by Delores the Negro people.In The record proves that HARRY will not accept any contributions,
ing a fight which ensued after Jackson. a speech in South Florida MARTIN has honestly and impartially in order that he be obligated only
without fear or favor, to all the people of Duvol County
Pope asked Curry to, move further According: to a report made by Warren called upon Collins to halt pros-
ecuted the guilty and protected to honestly and impartially
carry
back toward the rear_ of the Doretha Baldwin, the two had the "invasion of Miami Beach bya the innocent. out the duties of County Solicitor.
SSAHelped Market Street bus. Pope admitted gotten into an argument on the horde of Negro preachers and
.. today in court that he struck job. When their day's work was their families." Warren stated that (Paid Political AaVJ

s: Curry after Curry refused to over and they had gone home, the
He"
move. argument was re-opened. Doretha
Judge Graham said in fining Baldwin says she was out in the

Says Pope "It wasn't up to him to ask street playing ball when Delores
Curry. If he wanted him to move Jackson came over and slappedher

FREDDIE LEE JOHNSONof he should have asked the bus breaking her glasses.A FLORIDA Sw
driver." fight ensued and Delores

Jackson got bit. She was treatedat
1657 W. Seventh Street Duval Medical Center and re

Jacksonville, Florida Sentence Youths leased. FORWARDWITH
Sgts. J.. W? Parker and G. H.
\
"1. November, 1955 a man was struck by my ear and died as Hurlbert investigated.
the result of injuries. I was charged with manslaughter and placed For Han's DeathKissimmee
under. .".It." Y S -1
"I 1 immediately contacted the SAA of which I had been a mem- )
her for some tim.. I. a matter of minutes my bond had been posted
Three Negro
and I was released. Rooms For Rent
Tke Southeastern. Automobile Association provided me with.Iegal youths were sentenced for the '
aid and I was acquitted at the preliminary hearing. All of this robbery and murder here March 1 .
than regular premiums.I. I will 5 Bed Kitchen with Venetian
was dona at no cost to me other my of Luther rooms
Berry, 70-year-old retired matkr
always be grateful to SAA and heartily recommend the SAA to everymotorist' sawmill worker. Blinds separate bath. $25.00a

furnished. EL 5-5094.
FOR THE SAME PROTECTION The youths, Jesse Hudson, 19, week .
-' and Charles Murphy, 18, were
<. C ALL. sentenced to life imprisonmentand

C. L. McGee 17, received 25 -Senator George Smathers has served
SOUTHEASTERNAIJTONOBILE Hell Wanted
years. Florida well. He has wrtched
The trio admitted entering the

ASSOCIATION home of Berry, binding and gag BABY SITTER 5 day week the interests of ALL of FLORIDA.

ing him with a towel and stealing from 6 to 9 m. $10.00. Contact
p.
His record merit and vote.
410 BROAD Masonic STREET Temple Second PHONE f100r7Alllfk H. 5-1178 $81 i in cash and two pistols from a Mr. NeaL 4855 Sappho, corner your support .

trunk. He died of suffocation. Casset. Take bus No. 4. Murray

Hill.
--

MAID-5 1/2 days a week. Clean Re-Elect
and neat appearance. Local ref- SMATHERS
1eu ill George
erences. $20 and bus fare.Phone

EX 86994.

I am very, very grateful to the people of the mft week. 8 to S
MAID 5 days a p. As Your UNITED STATES SENATOR

.second district for permitting me to .return_ to sY m. Phone EV.7-2158.

Congress unopposed. MAID 2* days a week. 8 to 2 -
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p. m. 40* an hour and 2 meals Hear Senator Smothers On

I will do everything within my' power "to justify per day. Phone EL 38005._
Television and Radio
the confidence placed in me. WOMAN To lire in. 1 day off : _

each week and every other Sun _
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GRATEFULLY, +kbci>t' day. Call Mrs. Waller Arm. a Watch your favorite daily newspaper for the Senator Smothers \

strong.. 734 Alhambra Drive. M advertisement announcing the times and stations on which he
r South. Phone EL 6-0437.

M.C.Paid will appear on Friday, May 4.
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Charles HOUSEWORKER-Light house
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card. SISJM week and carfare. (Political Mi. paid for by Slat Campaign Treo..re: ) ,

( Political U'J Mrs P. Reynolds. 221 E. 3rd Si.
Phone EL 4-5270.








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