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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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May 19, 1956
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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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 19, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00274

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Preceded by:
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BY JOHNNIE MAE BENNETT
The following is the list o{ appointments which came after a ':n P:
DAYTONA- Police are holding the former husband of a bomb- f.
stormy election that was highlighted by the throwing out of one ; r',
ing victim and a man who was her current boyfriend in connection
election and a new onecalled for Rev. William Ball. after he had
with the death of Mrs. Mae Spalding Hester, 45, of 574 Cypress Streetin been elected: -; t
Dartqna.
Complete assignments made by i
The woman died Thurs
early .
the Episcopal Committee were as Seventeenth 'district Cape,
day following a dynamite blast at and Lucille 32. None
Bullocks required follows: ffl Switzerland, Orangia and Nato
dawn which rocked the rooming .
hospital treatment."I First district-New York, New Bishop Ernest Lawrence. Hick-
house and dazed roomers in the
got oul'through the window Jersey, Pennsylvania Bishop man.- ;;' P
house. Policeinvestigating the .
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I beard Mr Hetter! cryiag;;,"PJeue George W..Babe-rr.<'i ? '- ..1J'S ,.: : x.h d
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was-seCbif rleVters connect me-com* gezme.'Mrh'eirit ee cs' 'ri'd:4 iitrrctrIdarland; rica, Bishop W. Frank alL.
dynamite ..
-* '"-- was q\ et.Virgil Harris was Virginia, Western North Carolina
bedroom. r
: quoted as saying., Bishop Frank M. Reid. ... -- -,.,,-
The two men booked on suspicion -
of murder are Connie Hester; Patrolman Odell Weems said he Third district-Ohio,PittsburghWest Hearings Set h NEWLY ELECTED BISHOPS Shown here are the newly elected bishops who were elevated
57, 450 Fulton St. identified as raced to the scene and did not see Virginia,' Bishop Eugene C. during the annual AME Conference at Miami. Reading left to right are Bishop E. L. Hickman District: I
Mrs. Hester's former husband and any pedestrians in the neighbor- Hatcher. Hawkins Case 17, Louisville Kyj Bishop S. R. Higgins. District: 14. Columbia. S. Cj Bishop W. E. Ball' District: 18.
Will Stone '56. 359 Fulton St., hood who may have set the blast -Fourth district-Indiana, Illi- Miami. Fla.: and Bishop O. Sherman. District: 16, Little Rock.: Ark.

identified as her boyfriend. off.The nois, Michigan, Ontario, Bishop

Windom Police, also 28, 310 questioned Fulton St Esther, as a Hester's explosion room; bulged demolished out the Mrs.roof 'Alexander, Fifth district-Mhsouri.J. Alleri. Kansas Monday Gainesville May 21-to Hearings receive testi-on White Press Bias SeenIn Teacher Is Held.

material witness. in one spot and tore the floor Colorado, Nebraska Califor-' mony on the readiness of the Uni-
Virgil Harris, 52, who slept in apart.,The impact of her body lefta nia, Bishop Frederick D.: Jordan. versity of Florida to admit, Virgil On
an adjoining room, was injured large bloodstain on the ceiling. Sixth district-Georgia, Bishop Hawkins to the law school here is Indecency
when the blast went off. His arm The blast tore off her right arm; William R. Wilkes. announced by Circuit Judge. JohnA. Local Newspapers

was broken. knocked the inside walls over; Seventh district-South Carolina H. Murphree. In Jax,
Others who were asleep in the flattened a front wooden door; Bishop L H. Bonner. The hearing was ordered by the Charge _
building at the time of the blast ripped the porch in front of her Eighth district-Louisiana and State Supreme Court last winter Jacksonville Negro leaders this week said they saw another _
included ,Bobby Taylor. 26; Gen window and shattered glassthruout Mississippi Bishop Richard R. to determine if there would be example of the unfairness of the white press to the colored citizens A preliminary hearing was held
eva Wilder. 40; Willie Payton 43,i I the building. Nnth district-Alabama, Bishop any grave and serious problems and subscribers.Ray early this week before Justice of -
.... A. Gibbs. the Peace Harris in
s p -zx Carey resulting from his admission. Boree Jacksonville businessman George the
Tenth district Texas. Mexico announced that he case of a Jacksonville school
The U. S. Supreme Court however Monday people from being awakened to
Rio Grande Bishop H. Thomas I ruled March that the state wUl be an independent, write-in the fact that there is a need to teacher. .
Primm. must admit Hawkins immediatelyand candidate for the office of justiceof register in larger numbers and Harris bound over for trial Willie -
Eleventh district-Florida, BIshop refused an appeal by the stateon peace in District 2 in the No- turn out to,the polls on November Lee Harley, of 221 Elm St.;:"on
D. Ward Nichols. this point. vember general election 5 for the general elections. at charges of indecent exposure and

Twelfth district-Arkansas and L. Before the U. S. court decision He wU oppose Ernest D. Jackson I which time write-in votes will be careless and reckless operation. of
-14 Greene.Oklahoma Bishop. Sherman Murphree had set the date for the who.received the Democratic I cast against any winners in the an auto.

e Thirteenth district-Tennessee hearing at May 21 and set aside nomination for the post in the last May 8 primary election. Harley was arrested on Pickett-

and Kentucky, Bishop Joseph one day to hear testimony pre- May 8 primary. vile Road by County Road Patrolmen -
fa Gomez. sented by the board of control and Boree has lived in Jacksonvillefor R. N. Miller and C. R.

Fourteenth district Liberia, another day for Hawkins attor- 35 years. He is a partner in UnaffeclionaleWife West who reported that Harleywas
Sirra Leon Nigeria and Gold ney. The state ordered him to the Boree Body and Fender exhibiting his sexual organs.It .
Coast, Bishop Samuel R. Higgins. send transcripts of the hearing to Works, and is associated with the Gels Cut is reported that when Harleywas
Fifteenth district-South Africa, it without comment or finding of: Boree Concrete Block Co. and the arrested there was a 16yearold -
0 Y IfI Bishop Frances H. Gow. fact by May 31., Boree Wood and Coal Co. male companion in the car.
Sixteenth district-Cuba, Bahamas Murphree said he had not received An unusual aspect of the an- Shakespeare's famous quotation Bond was fixed by J. P. Harris
Windward Islands, Jama- a staying order from the nouncement is the fact that it was "hell Tiath no fury like a woman at $500 on each charge.
r* I ica. Haiti and South America state court and had notified both published in last Monday's issueof scorned" took a new twist here
: Bishop O. A. Sherman. attorneys to be present the Florida Times-Union. However last week when a Jacksonvilleman

the announcement did not flew into a rage because his
Husband
Angry
rr : appear in the Star", edition wife failed to show him affectionhe
which goes into colored subscribers -I thought he deserved.
Recreation.Facilities homes. The living room of Henry Chastises Hale
A The announcement of a candi Hall's residence was the scene ofa

_______ date against the Negro nominee brawl between husband and
to the Second District Justice of wife which resulted in Mrs. Lin- Alice Hopkins. 45, of 241C Ellington -
Open To Race At Delray the Peace post did not appear in nel Hall, 36, of 513 W. Second St. Avenue Floradale. was;
the Jacksonville Journal either. going to Duval Medical Center for carried to Duval Medical Center
Many colored citizens who de- stab wounds in the left side of her for treatment of cuts on the right

SCENE OF THE BLAST Left to right W. E. Cartwright. Dep- i tected the omission of this news of back. ankle, on the left breast over the
uty Hardie Daugherty. W. H. Rutledge. Sgt. Harley Merry inspect WEST PALM BEACH The city of Delray Beach accepted! interest to colored people cited it The husband Henry Hall is left eye and bruises of the body.
. ruin after bombing which: took the life of a Daytona woman. Mrs. integration of its.public,beaches without a court fight and indicatedthat : as another instance of the anti- accused of stabbing his wife be- The wounds were allegedly inflicted -
Mae Spalding Heder.POSTMAH. Negroes. are' free to use any other public recreational facilities: Negro attitude of the local white cause she refused to be fondled by by Louis Hopkins. 50, of
,and- always have -been. press.It him. She was'treated and released the same address.The cutting.in
Mrs. Catherine Strong, a former of this problem in contrast to the has been repeatedly pointedout from the hospitaL She did not cident took place at 134 Spruce
GETS LETTER mayor told a federal court here manner in which the.same prob- that both local white publica- wish to prosecute her husband Street.
that "Negroes were welcome to lem has been handled in other tions bury the stories of the Negro but he was fined $30 in city court Witnesses to the fracas' 'were

ADDRESSED TO HEAVEN i use the beach, the public beaches states" people's better activities and Morella Harris, 233 Spruce Street;
i always have been open to all people Mrs. Strong said when she was accomplishments a segregatedpage Another Negro Seeks Carrie Middlebrooks, 227 Spruce
GRAND RAPIDS Mich. Postmaster H. Wayne Parker found : regardless of color. mayor in 1954 the group com- which does not go into white Street; Kathleen Wilson. 255
a letter Thursday on his desk addressed: i Judge Emett C. Choate dismiss'ed plained they were denied use of homes where' white citizens may To Enter Alabama U. Chelsea Street and Raymond
"Mommy care of God Heaven. I a suit brought by nine seekingthe the beach' but she did not recall see some of the better side of the Davis 130 Spruce Street.
It read: right to use the beaches of this any city official telling then not colored people. On the other handit Birmingham Ala. Billy Joe It is reported that the husband

"Dear Mommy, I miss you very much since you went to live city to use the beach, they stopped is noted that stories involving Nabors a senior at bi-racial.Ta11a-1 resented his wife being in a houseat
with God. I hope you're happy. I'm lonesome without you and He said "I have been informedby using it themselves. Negro crimes- with added color are dega College has applied for admission I 130 Spruce Street about 1:30a.
Daddy since you have gone away. counsel that they feel that they Were still not responsible tho displayed predominantly in the to the aU-white Univer-: m. ,
rI "Pleas' tell God to help me be good so I can come So Heavenby can workout their own pro- for what individual people will regular sections of the papers. sity of Alabama. A police report stated that.he
you.,Lon. your baby girl. Mickey. I blems. "I want to congratulate do," she said. "Everybody will be In some political quarters it is Nabors has not received any cut her several times and then
Parker said,the letter wu unstamped. He added however there, counsel on both sides in the man protected white or black. They'rethe felt that the omission of the story reply from his *"two or three" letters threw her out the door and kick-
was little doubt that its message already had been delivered. ner in which they have disposed public." was designed to keep the Negro to university officials. _ed her.t .



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-:THE. FLORIDA STAR: ,;. effort heart's to deiiresYou court favor win or gain in any recognition J'lte to tke (t/it v' I

front influential individuals -
NEWS
during this period particularly -
if you_ strive for success. 418 Phelps Street
.. '" ...a.M4 fcy TW FlorMa Star .......... CJP .. : Your wit and tactics personal Jacksonville 6, Florida'
May 10, 1956
charm, enable you to strengthen
Mem* Md ss.
relationships with Mr. Eric O. Simpson, Editor
P. O. Box 561, JccktoBviib ,1, Florid everyone.
Florida
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523 Broad StreetJacksonville

ERIC O. SIMPSON "._...,..,........w._..-.__ Manogfa Editor 4, Fla.

C. PmfcM Jofe.. ....... ,..._....... ...._ ,... Hews Staff 1t Dear Mr.. Simpson:

Member of Associated Negro Press Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 We wish to express our thanks

Ir This is the period that will help and deep appreciation to you and
SUBSCRIPTION RATES 4Ji0 you improve domestic comfort,
0..' Year, $5.00 Hot YMr. $3.00 Tim MMths, $1.10 f .... This your staff for your kindness in _
AUflcd To You, AiyvlMf* !a HM UaItsS.heedpti.a. d State ,.. '" ,. personal property. same giving the Gamma Rho Omega
,.,..... hi AoVcaco. Sea4 Chocks or Monoy Ordoi* To: ... Jl; ".r. transit is splendid for showing
FLORIDA STAR .- P. O. BOX 361 JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA I FELLOW YOUNG .I :-,,:.. affection to, a parent, elders in Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha

FLORIDA your locale. It helps you do some- Sorority valuable -pu\jficity in
THE STAR STANDS FOR "
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thing constructive toward establishing -your worthy newspaper,orfssev-
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-+ 1. Negro FIremen. \ basic security, new found eral
.2. More Negro Pollee Officers. occasions.
1 1s ations for happiness or wealth.
-g5. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. ( s/ These days should therefore, We wish you continued successin

4. More and Better School and Speeding Up of the iOr JJa bring you gratifying gains, possibly rendering a much needed sen--

Building Program. lucky breaks. As a result, ice'to the public.

these will be times when you Sincerely I yours.

Of Ballots And .. must avoid inviting complications.. ,.. Mable Wright.
Uiiiy Spending 7. ; 5-30-22-15--68-908 Basileus
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Jackson' nomination to the post of Justice of the '.l'f".;} r]

Peace of the Second District Is Indeed very encouraging and :\. {. -- .(. :.. ;;;:.. .
proves two things ; .. : -.1.,1:"'
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1. That Negroes in Jacksonville and throughout Floridacan THEY SEEMTOBe ,.- .: ar-fr" '''I ..' ........ -
HAVING DIFFICULTY J
make great strides toward progress and achieve advance- PERHAPS I'D BCTTE -:;::. $ POSNEISWORLDIS {
ment by unity and cooperative effort. NOT USE THE AcE ." --:
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2. That there are about 7,500 Negro citizens in the Second 'II.- .. : r3 ,4V ti .0#

District alone who have,shown by their voting that they are "THE COUIZTS'ARE SLOWING. THEM DOWN"

ready for unity and cooperation among Negroes to achieve i'/.476 ?
progress. (Editor's Note: There were 7,695 votes cast for Jack- FASTEST SELLING
son of which we believe some portion came from white for joint accomplishment if you "G yy HAIR STRAIGHTENS
voters.) permit yourself to be guided by
andBLACK
Your the initiative of your marriage
The victory that was achieved at last Tuesday's primary Weekly partner teammates and friends. RINSE
elections just what can be accomplished by united
proves They now see things' in a far
action and should serve to encourage colored citizens to strive Horoscope< Guide broader and more optimistic way SOlD AT All RUG STOWS

for greater: unity and cooperation. than you do. Endeavor to get out VI'* bjr o* good barber lhopI'

In the same cense that colored citizens can accomplish WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR of your customary environment,

political gains through unity and the use of their ballots BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL even if you make only temporary
much more can be accomplished through unity and the sensible remove! to new scenes or mingle AJJf FOR IT BY HAMS 1ODAY!

spending of their dollars. .. For two of the greatest assets By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER more publicly. This will bring afresh

the! Negro people possess which may be _used _effectively to viewpoint and a greater ,
secure full citizenship: along with economic and political stability i understanding of what makes the

are their ballots and their spending.dollars.,, ARIES CANCER other fellow tick. It will be wiseto
Born June 22 thru 22 be active improving property
Born March 21 thru April 19 July
Over a period of years this publication has campaignedfor
The financial holdings, home or office set
Negro policemen Negro policewomen, paving of Myrtle Time and tide work wonders, picture appears your
promising Don't let the released
Avenueand Moncrief Road traffic lights at hazardous points, for ;you during the middle of the very r you during up. energy
this It will to cause strife, for is misdirected, it
Negro firemen and an end to discrimination in hiring for city month. You gain a lot in this ,period. pay you Article in Reader's Digest Reveals
give close"attention to agreements, can create much aggravation.
Civil Service jobs, while at the same time encouraging our period by patient study and per 60-18-59-731
-' colored.citizens to register and vote and unite for progress. severing attention to old matters negotiations, contracts, mail and 7-55- Pre-Menstrual
calls throughout this month. Jittery TensionIs
Jacksonville has secured some of the things we have requiring your handling. In the There'are signs of SCORPIO
some sharp
campaigned for through the effort of our leaders and we are third week of the month, partciu-
Born Oct. 24 thruu Nor. 24
practice, possibly arguments or
happy that a large number of_the colored citizenry are joiningin larly near the 18th, you may find trouble over money or belongings. This sign enhances your wisdom So Often a Needless Misery!
this effort of unity. yourself caught,up in a series of
Be in commercial deal and judgment, and gives an
misadventures very wary you Do suffer terrible relieved
complications or you nervous tenstopped or
Our big job now is to unite the people to spending their unless and ings on these dates, lest you lose increased interest in far places, or sion-feel jittery irritable, depain and strikingly! out of 4
dollars where they do the most good. In order to gain respectful you carefully -pick through = dishonesty or' error. planning of major projects for p-essed-Just before your period -women got glorious relief
choose your associates. A glance each month? A startling article in Taken regularly. PinkhamB re-
treatment we will have to unite withhold spending our backwards to conditions in force These same days are times when yourself others. There is also an READER'S DIGEST reveals such Uevesthebea.dachescrampsnen.pre.menstrual
money in stores that are known to be hostile and from those you shouldkeep track of valuables element of luck involved in this torment Is neediest ous tension. during and before
'gives'you a hint of what to ex- misery in cased! your period. Many women never
many
establishments that refer to colored men as "boy" and call transit which should bring
peeL count your change, and you Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the lint day Why
our wives by their first names. avoid misplacing money or pos- through any passing difficulty .or how to avoid such suffering. should you?This month start tak

In order to ascertain which firms are genuinely interestedin 1-20-66-15-58-301 I sessions, especially- if you are irritating conditions that may and With Tablets Lydia,Plnkham's they're so much Compound happier lag escape Plnkham's.pre-menstrual See If tension you don't...so

the Negro trade and are willing to give such patrons respectful traveling Watch 'buSiness ex- crop up the second and third less tense as those "difficultdays" often the cause of unhappiness.
treatment the "Florida Star" Is sending out questionnaires penses also. weeks of the month: Your best approach! Get Lydia E.
Lydia Plnkham's I* hct.r.'le.ls......!.( Pinkham's Vegetable -
to the leading stores In Jacksonville asking them about TAURUS 3-10-:55-12-78-222 times for major accomplishments, has a remarkable pnd.ct,3..!.l 4 w_ |*trtEcf Compound...
their attitude toward Negro customers. -They will also be Born April 20 thru May 20 the gaining of favors from.influential soothing effect on *f MfTMt 4i.tre..1 1 or convenient new
the source of such Tablets which havebloodbuilding
Invited to advertise their sales and bargains In the Negro pressu There is a strong call upon your LEO individuals appear to center distress. In doctors'tests. Icfort Wnderf.lrelief O.M "UficiU..ri.u.fcji-l Iron

proof of their sincerity. For it goes without saying that the interest in those who are ill, Born July 23"thru Aug. 23 around these days. Look out Pinkham's added. At'b.druggists...aM_
firms that will advertise in the Negro press which representsthe needy, affairs of institutions, has- for exaggerated news, misinformation -
beat interests of the Negro people are the ones that will pitals and the like during the first This' sign is indicating a real trouble and communications. -

give colored patrons the respect and polite treatment that the three weeks of ApriL Should you Hit inspirits, increased happinessand .
seeks for people.In prosperity if you do your 8-50--33- -S3-012
Negro press our find yourself requiring help in
part. These days are sure to bring PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
addition, the "Florida Star" will urge its readers, the meeting problems, you can look social popularity, pleasure
hundreds of women's clubs and the hundreds of women who for gratifying aid from friends. you credit SAGITTARIUSBorn "
from your improved or career -
The second week of this month NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21
are members of the Florida Star Employment Club whom we is,
accomplishments. There
have found jobs free of charge, to support only those establishments -I provides you much strength and however a. need to be wary of Your sign augurs well for suc
which advertise in the Negro press. support through your family or to make cess in entertaining, courting favor -
allowing impatience you
people in your home office envir dealing with children: _or dear
careless, easygoing in hand
onment. You should find matters your ones. Your artistic talents are enhanced
I ling of responsibilities, duties,
working out to a good conclusion enabling you to express
Florida Stands Out As Great Slate in many'ways during this portionof necessary devotion to parents. yourself along creative lines. In
Your effort increases your ener- Wb1a
the month. this period of the month you havea y
gies and stimulates pleasureseeking
for interesting

Aid We All Can Be Proud Of The Fact 9-16-30--44-150-69 aims., pursuit You.will of now hobbies be active or pet in good social opportunity experience domestic or an benefit

through home connec
r according favors from dear ones. tions.. This period is fine for cementing

Last week after the votes were counted and the announce- GEMINI 5-20-77-18-78-287 ties of affection and pro-
Born 21 thru June 21
ment was made that LeRoy Collins was,nominated governorby May moting your pet interests with the
an overwhelming majority Floridians had good :reason to Your sign brings stress and action A VIRGO help of partners, yourpartners,

lift their heads with pride. For the result of the May 8th primary in dealings with the public, Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 your mate, or a wise counselor.

election proved that Florida is truly a great state. competitors, your mate or anyone Throughout this month, your 3-80-99-14-61-606

Last Tuesday's balloting proved beyond a doubt that the from whom you expect support, ability to charm others and in-

majority of the citizens of Florida are decent, christianlike cooperation. The best way to fluence those able to forward your CAPRICQRN

people who will not be swayed by bigots preaching race hate handle this influence is for you to plans or distant,interests. In general Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 13
into efforts -
and intolerance. pour your energy joint this stellar force promises to This sign helps you to negotiate
as far as. possible, without
The good citizens of this sunny state repudiated a vicious, undue strain bring you increased social correspondence agreements and work out matters
inviting upon your
frustrated old man "general" preaching white supremacy and and some invitationsthat involving partnership money affairs -
own self. It would be unwise now
financial with
demagoguery.They will be worth noting. If you or tie-ups
idea of resistance of the to make moves or changes without do any traveling, it.will smooth other people. You must beery :
repudiated too
,any supremecourt's clearing them with people who important
careful in regard to contracts, -
and create harmony in
the
ruling on school segregation showing plainly that theyare could otherwise become irritatingor way relations with
in accord with a plan to seek peaceful means of settling troublesome. A sense of urgency dealings with ,in-laws;people you people who papers can have a troublesome

any racial problems that some believe might develop as a re- nervousness should be met by meet en route. effort upon you or your af i

sult of the desegregation order. curbing negative emotions and 2-60-4-1-82-16-827'. fairs. There will be a powerful

The people of Florida, speaking through their ballots, acting constructively' in all affairs :: inclination to reschedule'your activities 1400 WRHC 1400
have spoken and in so many words have said that Florida is where you require cooperationfrom :. LIBRA along lines conducive to

ready to take its place with other liberal southern states whichare other people. Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 monetary gain or the acquiring of

working to bring an end to segregated patterns and other 6 506- -77-68 This sign is very encouraging things you want Spending for KEN KNIGHT

denial of rights that deprive colored citizens of full citizen- gadgets, 'mechanical contrivanceis

ship.The GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 stepped up but this can have a Presenting
white citizens of this state have certainly-earned and favorable impact for you. Look
deserve the respect of their colored fellow citizens if for no UM this capo.. tan wen .bon ,.....If. lead 10 cuts (co.. dh.s out for reckless, extravagant ten- KNIGHT TRAIN
laded..If dtfrtuoo!
in cole) far Boca horoscope ordered by .iI.
other reason than the fact that the majority the white stamped .a1'."'" Write fataly.. Tbh offer 4oos not apply to roMo. .*it dencies.
allow themselves to be swayed by men who =12 64 303 8-9 P.M. 12-1
voters did not appealed the ll io ofI c..ft.r 6-100- 55 Nightly
to the latent prejudices of the white race and sought to
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disturb the friendly and peaceful relationship that colored and I fASLO, FLORIDA ;;' ;ASTROLOGER : II I If AQUARIUSBorn SWEET CHARIOT

white Floridians have enjoyed throughout the ;years by, tryingto O. BOX HIJACICSOHVIW Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

stir up racial hates and animosities. I 1, FLA. I Luck is with you in a big way 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
Floridians have proved that they are good, decent chris- during the month, and you shouldbe

tian people who want no part in rabble rousing and racial MOMAMntt -" ,.. ,. ...- particularly alert for valuablenews Features

hate, but instead, prefer to seek peaceful ways to settle any I information contacts. The

"'. indifferences that may exist so that together through coopera- E sign encourages expansion of your BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

tion and understanding we could work to build a great and I I. City -, Stab I II sphere of influence important and

prosperous sttte.Imde Dot of"ffttk, '", ,, valuable agreements, negotiationswith 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday

l, TItviia stuiU cut M a cwt state and we all can I om" :. :':1- AUwrt_ ,I neighbors, relatives, people .-. ._ -
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4Trtfor, Ma? 19, 195ft fHt FLORIDA STA Pef--Three*


Mayor's Aide I EWC Garden Circle Holds Mother's Day Flower Show I

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To Speak Before : I ;0.:


Mailmen _
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Mrs. Anna Arnold Hedgeman,' L :
assistant to the Mayor of New I The : _
York City will be guest speakerfor I St. I
the 50th anniversary of the May l ;,
Ladies Auxiliary 23 to the Na- I I k
tional Association of Letter Car- I i
riers May 20 at 3 p. m. in the : '
Bethel Baptist Church. i i ii ) f T !.J-4 :
Mrs. Hedgeman is a graduate of i health I II
eti so
HamlineUniversity, St. Paul, I part
Minn. In 1948 Hamlin conferred The
upon her the honorary Doctor of Live" I I
Human Letters. She has. been a
teacher YWCA executive, assist- will I
ant to the Director of Emergency
Relief Bureau aided in the organ-
ization of the Council of Church the ,
Women, gave leadership in serv- who
ice training programs for teachersand
has served as guest lecturerfor Hettie ( ;i

student groups throughout the Care; P
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nation. I ,
She has received citations from on

various groups and organizationssome nie : FLOWER LOVERS One of the unique events of last Sunday was the Mrs. Natjie Anders and Mrs. Nattie Belle Hicks. In the second scene are Mrs.
of which are the. National ant Mother's Day flower show held by the EWC Garden Circle in the home of Mrs. Mary Bell Green. Mrs. Alice Griffen. Mrs. Willie May Carrington Mrs. Shellie
Urban League, the National James Andress at 1257 Grothe Street. Powell and Mrs. Callie Jackson. I
Council of Negro Women and the and la the first scene, from left are: Mrs. Alkania Law. Mrs. Mary Lou Ward. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. The -


-Moot P opt an Phi Delta Kappa, Sorors ,Sponsoring Literary HourScheduled Hi. Vernon Choir Latimore Give RecitalThe SingersTo -


sion. Contest For Scholarship Project, Is At.Second In: Annual Recital
Mrs. Verdestine McCants of Latimore Gospel Singers
1300 Spearing Street, and Mrs. P. lar 1 I will render a recital Sunday May
H. Holland of 1500 Van Buren The annual recital presented by
I 20 at 8 p. m., in the Palmer Grove
Street, are ill in their homes. Alpha Gamma. Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta BaptistThe I choir 3 of the ML Vernon Baptist I Baptist Church of which the Rev.B. .
They are members of Mt. Carmel Kappa is sponsoring a "Walking Doll Contest" as the annual scho- I Church will be presented Sunday W. Nelson is pastor.

Baptist Church. larship project of the Southern. .. Region.. I May 20 at 7 p.m. in the audi-! Miss Freda Arnold is presidentof
The names 01 the -wantingDolls' .. Meltoka and Galeda depart- torium of the church. : this group which has made
ment of the Second Miss Vivian Taylor is the featured -i
Mrs. Margueritta D. Young will appear later and the Baptist rapid progress under her super
Dennis left the city to join her contest will close > 1/ctt.J Church will observe its annual soloist. The choir is under I vision.
husband Lt. George Dennis in revue by the Gretel literary hour May 20 from 4 to 5 the direction of Mrs. Rachel i Ellaner Gibbs, 7-year-old solo
San Antonio.Texas. They will reside Dance School in the "16' Sawing Sayings p. m., in the auditorium of the Brooks. ist has just returned from Miami
- in Los Angeles, California. will : Elementary School. held interesting church. where she received recognition as
The Gretel and with the president The message will be deliveredby Rev. A. Anderson a talented singer will be heard
Mrs. Margaret Jordan has re- ters group made their Robinson presiding. the Rev. A. B. Coleman min- To Conduct* ServicesAt Sunday night in many favorite
turned from the hospital to her .1 in_ ance recently at t Mrs. Haiti. HarU- ister of the Shiloh Baptist Church. numbers.
home 1045 West Duval Street. Theater a capacity j a delicious, repast. This affair is sponsored in an Bethlehem BaptistThe The church is located on First
She is a member of the helping !the later appeared hold their next effort to send delegate to the Na- and Franklin Streets on the east-
hand club of District 21 of Second may Clinic at Florida A ting 'Thursday May tional Baptist Sunday School Con- Rev. A. Anderson pastor of side. The public is invited.
Baptist Church. bers sity Tallahassee, *'of Mrs. Shellie gress the Friendship Baptist Church
for are a talented group Frazier Street.; Attorney Ernest D. Jackson is will have charge of an after serv-
Mrs.J. Corinne Garrett,formerly and teen-agers who- department superintendent. ice Sunday at 8 p. m. in the MILTON HOOD SET
a resident of this city but now Davis grace beauty and, Maker Social and Bethlehem Baptist Church in be-
residing in New York City, was a perior training is will hold their regu- half of the Women's Day drive. FOR, ANNIVERSARYA
recent visitor and house guest of the efforts of SaturdaY' night May Study Course BeginsAt The observance of the women
her brother and sister-in-law Mr. Sorors Ernestine Cox of Mrs Maggie will be on June 24. Mrs. Sadie program on June 10-( in the
and Mrs. Brooks G. Belling. 1330 : Jones. .7th Street. Busi- W. Union BaptistThe Fedd is chairman and Mrs. Lettie auditorium of New Stanton High
W. 19th St. Mrs. Garrett is now Soror Ethel M. will be dis- King co-chairman. School will mark the anniversary
in Miami attending the AME General man of the Williams is the announcement of a Study Fish dinners and hot dogs will celebration of Milton Hood well
Conference. On her return to test" and serving.. Course by the Sunday School of be sold at the church Saturday known baritone singer and pro-
the city she will be a house guestin STORE"I Sorors Margaret R. the West Union Baptist Church afternoon in behalf of the Wo moter.
the home of her brother and Cash;Mary Frances beginning Monday' 7 pr fit is men's Day by Choir L Mr. Hood will appeal'-u. the
sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. HenryL. E. Robinson Bessie ait Club made by the general superintendent The regular order of service "Silver Count" and his escort the
Belling 1722 Davis St. Mrs. Zoo Florence Holmes : Remus Smith. will be observed on Sunday. The "Silver Countess".
Garrett will be remembered as leave Priscilla Jones A large enrollment of teachers Rev. A. Crawford will preach at Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will serveas
the daughter of the late Prof. and The :: Soror Lillian Tea and students is anticipated. 11 a. m. mistress of ceremonies.
Mrs. D. S. D. Belling. She was after man scholarship
an. instructor in the public school May Thelrna B. Snell as Cultural Club
system while residing here. Many They Soror Lucille
a Tea Sunday May
social courtesies were extendedher rector of scholarship
to six p. m. at the
while here. Soror Eloise Brooks
ley is :
on Laura and State

Mrs. Laura Powers of 594 St.
Marks Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y. was Harris, SupL of
of Mr. and "V Brewster Welfare Board will Yn in
the recent house guest l I Ir
Mrs. Louis Fisher 3138 Baldwin speaker
t tI
Mrs. Abney, ex
'St. I Sponsors I II to the public.

Members reported ill from the I .t
Methodist Church are:
Ebenezer
I
The Brewster
Mrs. M R. Simpkins of 1231 West SL, ster Hospital will .Baptist
9th St.; Mrs. Gladys Macon, in 1520 the great pictures of
Medical Center and Mr.
Duval
the Strand Theater Pageant
Allison Sims in the Duval Medical
A, and the patronage of _
Center. 608 is being solicited by 1LORDA'u
of the group. of the Bible" will
Miss Voncile Gonzalez 'daugh- val The picture, 01'hC Sunday May 20 at ,,
ter of JMr. Leon E: Gonzalez was the Central Baptist t
rela- Golden Arm" is one t'I
recently in the city visiting
talked of movies on
tives and friends. Miss Gonzalezis is directed by"L.
and its
currently ,attending the Del age day coming of the
Marco School of Modeling in New Rt. 8, will give the people who will serve as
ville an opportunity
York City. s
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first time a
Drn
Mrs. Victoria McClendon is FL. picture depicting a of the old L I.Y
convalescing in her home at 1407 gle against drug will bei port-
brief and
a history
Grothe Street, following a recent The added feature works is given.
attack of illness. She is a memberof musical story of Nat ,
Emanuel Baptist Church. 22. Cole enacts his own 'W. Tucker; organ-; qby
in the picture. music with spe
Mrs.Mollie J. Walker Andersonof Tickets may be for each character r '. -
Bartow is in the city visiting members of the -numbers. fy'
is residing Doris
relatives and friends. She V. Norton will play

at 1984 McQuade. Apt. 1 and congrega-- yL

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Mt. Vernon rally will be
You Don't Hove to Go close of the pageant. i

and district presi-

LOW! Sponsors reports_ at this 1.1svetday.: .

order of services will
On, Choir 3 of the Mt.
tist Church will R., Leander-Jones,is Godcfroy* Laricose Hair ColorIng Yon can defend upon God.
ond annual musical I church. can make; your hair as loreljr troy's Lariense the famous brandas
DRUG STORE May 20 at 7 p. m. in- i as you wish it could be... giro the red box... known, apt
ium of the church. roeshfnlcolortograyhalr..adds proved for more than-30 years*' -
Miss Vivian Taylor glowing: new color to drab; Gait at yoor favorite cosmetic ,./r
Trade With Your tured soloist. Miss Anniversary colorless younger hair., lovelier...SI.artl1o.J..tbtt looking 9trytfart coaoter tbit very tUj!

awarded first place '..IIJJ jieriirgsbedesrG'I
We Will Meet Any' national vocal contest I Johnnie and Ab-
celebrated their 7th
In Your, Local troit, Mich. on'May 15
Mrs. Rachel Brooks
of the choir. 2045 Louisiana St. 5'

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Pop Toor, : THE FLORIDA ''STAR Sotirfey, )Moy 19, 1956



I Negro Salesmen And Representatives Display Products Jach tsenville

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has become famous for as fair em I

,. 'dJtl"2 :! ,.A1fP I ployment Sams who policy.is a tireless and ardent !

; i worker when it comes to I
A J pushing his product will tell
f JS fIS tAt try any
.
:YtEtAK a Y Et one with all sincerity that two of
S # Ir the grandest things about Calvertare
!P '" ) Maklc the quality of its whiskies and

,I its employment policy.

V,b Ia

I The Buick StoryIn

R .
jr the second row left. Freddie
Brown stands beside one of tie
1956 models he displayed for the
4+
G+ Williams Buick Company on

Phillips H-ghway. The Williams
Buick firm is one of the firms in
Jacksonville that affords colorei
men employment opportunities in
various capacities. Another color
ed employee on the William,
...
.. Buick roster of salesmen is W. T.
'4 ,.
Minton who is well-known to .
I j
.' I Jaxons.

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I SHOWROOM ON-WHEELS Visitors are seen leaving the Jax Appliance-Admiral Caravan I FACTS J. Gardner "Nip" Sams. e-sales representative for Calvert products passes on Chevrolet Classy Car

where they viewed .a variety of appliances. 1I } some enlightening facts about Calvert to James Genwright as Mrs. Lucille Milton smiles. Standing proudly beside one of

the latest models of the 1956
Chevrolet is Bill Shellman an
energetic car salesman on the staffof
Gordon Thompson Chevrolet
Company at 3261 Kings Avenue.
He knows his economics too.
and says it is good business whena
.i firm employs Negroes to sell its
products. "Bui." he adds. "It's
good cooperation when colored
usr'w citizens trade with firms that employ
Negroes in good paying posi

-' S < tions."

r

1 'j Borden's Comes FirstThe

first picture in the third

.. ? row Mrs. Ethel Spears Horns
s- > Consultant or Borden's Milk products :
"(
I r is shown standing at her attractively
arranged display booth.
As an employee of the Borden
Milk Company which is carryingout
a policy of hiring trained
colored workers in better posi
tions. Mrs. Spears renders inval.
uable service in the colored com
munity. She gives helpful adviceto
aWS kY
a.hRc
d. k wo : -
young mothers in the care and
THE BEST YET Freddie Brown one of the salesmen for "the best Buick yet" displays one of I TOPS IN FIELD-Bill Shellman popular Chevrolet salesman displays the car he says is "topsin feeding of babies whom she will

the latest models, graced by charming Annie Ruth Foster. its field. tell you thrive best on Silver Cow
evaporated milk. Another impor-
t' -, tY. r.w xc+a..p> yN. +''' r a uh?y,nvan'gro tant function Ip her work is that
I, of demonstrating the various ways
that Borden's Starlack Non-fat
I Dry Milk may be used for health-
giving. economical menus.



Singer Machines LeadIn

; the center of the third row
shows Barnabas Hair a sales rep
resentative for the local branch of
Singer Sewing Machines with a
Nti visitor to the products parade.
who was given a free demanstra-
ion of s6me of the remarkable
features of his product.
"'
a Young Hair is one of a growinglist
I\\ of Negro salesmen who is
proud of the fact that he is among
K W the group that does not seek the
support of the colored citizens

3 M S I purely on the basis of color but
<
: : rather, on the basis of the fine
product he offers.Amazing .



Y Jax MeatsThe


third photo in the third row
shows Mrs. Sarah E. Cruse one of
the cashiers at the Jax Meats
Broad Street market who is a
II Th f < 1.h; ,tl; staunch member of the Duval
8)I County Salesmen and Retail Mer-
chants Association.Mrs. .
:
Cruse is one of a corps of

) Employees Of Firms Using NegroesIn colored"amazingfood workers employed chain. by Other the

colored personnel include Mrs. Vivian
Varied Fields Display Products Grant, cashier: Brady Lee Jr.

and Charles Smith truck driversiJames
West Ernest Hines and
'! tmr'L Two Sundays ago Jaxons saw: a which carried a display of the James Edward Scott store and
display of a variety of products leading name brand appliances.The stock room workers.
MOTHER'S HELPER represented by Negro, sales and I Jax Appliance Center is located
left Mrs. Ethel Spears. promotion people at a Parade of at 1100 Broad Street. across
,Consultant was" on hand Products sponsored by the Duval from Jax Meats is represented in
Schaefer TeamIn
helpful advice on the use Salesmen and Retail the sales field by two well known
den's Milk products.DEMONSTRATION. Association at the famed Lincoln" colored Jaxons. Alonzo "Duck"Davis the photo at bottom Joe Gar-
"- Golf and Country Club. and J. S. Irving. In additionto nett driver-salesman for the Sun-
Visitors to the show which offering a top-notch line of
center. Mrs. Gladys Wilson shine Distributors Inc. distributors -
brought into focus products and household appliances and furniture .
tor to, the fair for Schaefer Beer team withJ.
products services ranging from major one of the main features of
.
some of the features of the D. (Mr. Goodwill) Brooks the
household appliances to insurance its credit plan is that none of the rela-
Machine, salesman.. brewing company's public
bad an opportunity of becoming financing is done through loan
w Hair stands .- tions representative to sing the
a by.VISITORS with the firms and is done
r < i acquainted companies. Financing by praises of their product. The Sun-
AID producers that are contributing to the store on the premises.
shine and Schaefer led the way as
Mrs. Sarah i Cruse, a Jax the economic stability cf the Negro I the first to employ a Negro driver-
cashier was,on' hand to 'I people through the employment Calvert DistillersAt i salesman in this area.
of in sales and
visitors on behalf of the I. Negroes pro- Other firms which employ colored
and Merchants Association. motional fields. J. Gardner
top right. "Nip"Sams i salesmen and promotional
On this page are seen some of discusses of
center. some personnel include: Firestone.
: : BEER TALK- At the products,and their respective the fine features of Calvert Whfs- I Ninth and Main-George Barton.
j Joe Garnext- salesman .display
that
representatives were on
kies-Lord Calvert and Calvert I| Electrical Appliance DepL: Gen
Brooks.. right. Schaefer at the colorful show which
Reserve. Sams who is a promotional I eral Wholesale Co. (Ballantine
: representative Schaefer story.. are drew a record crowd. representative for Calvert I Beer-George) Redd: Foremost
in the Florida: area is one of the I Dairies-Unknown: Seaboard Life
(Continued on Page Jax Appliance CenterAt hundreds of Negro representatives I Insurance Co-Theodore Redding.
top, left, is seen the Jax Appliance and other workers employed by I Branch Mgrj Consolidated Distributing
N 4cblFr'N. Fa Center's mobile shewreom_ the long established distillery that Cov -I Iah Whit





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Saturday, May 19, 1956 I THC fLOJUDA Silk Page fir




Episcopal Church' Designates May 27, As "Loyalty Sunday"





St. Philip's Members Called To Show' Bethune-Cookman Alumni In Session AME BISHOPIS



Loyally And Aid In Reviving Church ; ,;. es REINSTATEDMIAMIThe
Fly;:
ts : African Methodist
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Sunday, May 27, has been designated as "Loyalty Sunday" at Episcopal Church restored to the

St Philip's Episcopal Church by the Rev. T. Vincent Harris Rectorof Rev. David H. Sims of Philadelphia -

the church. the title of bishop taken

The day has been marked a I j! from him in 1945 after criticizing

special occasion for bringing together t his administration of church fin-

all members of the churchto FAMU Calender ances.

join in Holy Communion and The Negro church's four-yearly
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'
reaffirm: their loyalty to the .For CommencemeIs conventon vote for reinstatement /
church. without salary or district was

a unanimous. Delegates were told
The "Loyalty Sunday commu-
nion service will be held at 11 a. AnnouncedTALLAHASSEE that Sims had been a contributorto
a and defender of the AME
m. with Father Harris performing ))4n1
Church since he lost his bishopric.
the rites and delivering one of I
The
commencement -
his inspiring sermons which have
calendar of events for
won his .acclaim as one of the
Florida A & M University as released -' Matthew GilberlPreparation
truly great interpreters of" the
by President George W.
principles of Christianity.The .
Gore, Jr., follows:
St. Philip's Men's Club and ForCommencement
the Daughters of the King two of Friday, May 18. 12:05 p. m.- A Up or the Pepsi Call to
these
Annual Awards Day, Lee Hall I outstanding ru
the supporting organizations of Americans who nuke ear
Auditorium; Friday, May 25,12:05p. : I country a4 our community
the church have,, issued a call to ( a better pUce la which to live.r /J
m. rG ranting of Diplomas and I ,
k ** : '
all members of the church-active 111" :
or inactive:..to-join in the grand Vocational Certificates, Lee Hall : ir\

reunion. Auditorium; 9:00 p. m.-Junior- ; ; More than one-hundred twenty

Senior Prom, University Gymnasium ? candidates are scheduled to receive -

special The organization appeal for the has attendanceof issued a ; Thursday, May 31, 10:00 a. ...._.."" .__ __ m" _,_ diplomas in the commence-

members who have been active m.-President's Conference with DISCUSSING SCHOLARSHIPS Members of the Bethune-Cookman Alumni Association ment exercises at Matthew W.
Seniors, Lee Hall Auditorium; Gilbert School June 8.
High
or delinquent in attendance which met recently,in the Edward Waters College Library to discuss its annual scholarship program. on
Friday, June 1,7:00 m.Senior -
p. Dr. Gilbert Porter executive
because of the pressure of other Class Program Lee Hall Audi- Shown left to right are Mrs. D. T. Matthews.. Mrs. G. L. Styles. E. A. Matthews. Mrs. C. L. Walker.
duties and activities.It secretary of Florida State Teachers -
was pointed out that St.Philip's torium; Saturday June 2, 9:00: a. P. S. Clayton. W. D. Richardson and E. W. Bryant. Standing is W. Davis. Asm, Tallahassee will be the

m.-General Alumni AssociationMeeting
I commencement speaker.
Episcopal Church has a
Guest House; 8:00 p. rru Music,will be furnished by the
rich background as one of the
-Annual Alumni Banquet, Uni- Glee Club and Band.
leading Christian institutions of French Author Sifts Race ProLIem LegislatureWon't
versity Dining Hall. Honoring The annual sermon to the grad- ..4
the city composed of a membership rKADETTE
Classes ending in "six" and the uates will be delivered June 3 at ,v

.leading.,representing citizens. many of the "Class of 1931.**; 10:00 p. m.- In New Book 'Negroes On The March' Discuss 4 p. min the auditorium of the

Alumni Dance Howard Hall; school by the' Rev. Hill Norris,
S The "Loyalty Sunday" service,
Sunday, June 3, 10:00 a. m.- pastor of the St. Matthew Baptist
therefore is part of a program to Segregation
Senior Consecration Service, Lee Church.
re-establish the church to its old Hall Auditorium; 2:30 p. m. Bac- What is the source of strengthof j city both of the local union of Superlatives for the class are: ANNPHILVAW

glory physically and spiritually. calaureate Services Lee Hall Auditorium the five-month old protest Sleeping Car Porters and the local TALLAHASSEE--Floor discus- Venetia Mazeke, 3.7, highest Xw Stanton Senior

Another phase of the rebuilding Speaker: The ReverendEdward movement against racial segrega- branch of the NAACP. What a sion of the segregation issue will honor, valedictorian. For second llh School

program is the repair project T. "Graham Pastor Mt I tion on buses" in Montgomery, difference from other branches of not be permitted when the legis- place honors there is a three way Pepsi-Cola this honor student dealers who salute is

which has already been put into Zion Baptist Church, Miami Fla.; Ala.? Why is it the best organizedmass the Association .- Nixon has lature meets next month accord- tie between Velma Singleton, class leader and of her assistant physical secretary ett,

effect 7:00: p. m.-President and Mrs. protest movement of Ne- both feet on the ground. He is ing to house speaker Ted Davis. Adriene Hartley and Betty Smith. of the "Little Theater.

Gore's Reception for Seniors, their groes the South has seen in gen- linked[ to the masses. He speaks He said representatives can take They maintained an average of freshman She is secretary class and of U the a

Mechaiic Arts Parents the Alumni, the Faculty, erations? Can similar movementsbe their language. He has organized up the matter in informal caucusif 3.6. ffiOther prospective majorette member squad. of the

and Friends Sunshine Manor; expected to grow throughoutthe the work of defense with the pre- they want to. honor students in the

Monday June 4, 9:00 a. m.- South? cision and method of a trade The lawmakers convene June 4 class are Ethel Bustamante Ger- 1t .,_ #"'r-

Opei House Set Commencement Exercises, Lee -The answers to these and other unionist Men like E. D. Nixon (to to continue efforts to reapportionthe aldine P. Williams, Thomas )

him) incarnate the alliance Morre, Bennie Graham, James \
only
name
Hall Auditorium Speaker: Dr. questions about developments on state senate.

At, Fla. AaidTALLAHASSEE H John W. Davis PresidentEmeritus the highly explosive eml rights which has at last been con- Under he state constitution, Anderson, Betty Jones Florine
Hardeman and Joan Wilbert.
West Virginia State College front are indicated in a =book now summated between the race and' nothing except reapportionmentmay

Worrell Institute West Virginia. available in English for the first labor." be considered at a session s>

time. j Guerin deals in a forthright called for that purpose. A house
chairman of the
Gaiter open
"Negroes on the March-A fashion with the whole range of caucus could do nothing more Thurgood MarshallOn
house committee of the School of
controversial subjects covered by than present an informal expres-
Engineering and Mechanic Arts, Jax Beach School Frenchman's Report on the Amer-
the titles of the two of the sion of opinion. TV
ican Negro Struggle is a trans- parts
at Florida A and M University,
announced that the annual open lation of part, of a much larger book: "America's Biggest Scan- Davis said he would have to i

house activities will begin Friday, Holds ExercisesThe work entitled '"Whither the American dal" and "Problems of Negro rule out of order any attempts to NEW YORK-Special counselfor

May 25, at 1:10 p. ro, following People" by the noted author Emancipation."_Jf j x, sIn discuss segregation during regu-! the NAACP Thurgood Mar-
lar house sessions. shall win be guest on NBC-TVs a.c
Daniel Guerin.
introduction'written
a new
the school's vocational awards Jacksonville Beach Elementary '
written in 1949 thenewlypublished for The speaker said he would favor "Youth wants to know" on Sun-
program. Open house activities School will hold its Although the first English translation of

will extend to Saturday morning, schoo closing activities on May 25 192-page volumeis "Negroes on the March," the a special session tQ work out day.

as timely as this week's news- French author anticipates and .means of heading off integration
May 26, and will end at noon. and May 29 in the auditorium of
In addition to demonstrationsand the schooL paper. With remarkable insight answers in advance criticism for if a legal committee studying the
HENRY N. GAINES JR.
Guerin was able then to describe in American domestic situation makes such a recom-
displays in the areas of automobile The primary department will "meddling CHURCHNOTES James'Weldoa Johas
mechanics cabinet making -I present the operetta, "Cinderellain the facts about.Montgomery and affairs" and neglecting the crimesof mendation. Junior nigh School

radio-TV, printing, and the Flowerland" under the direc- Alabama which have recently French colonialism.He Here is a youngster deserving -
I tion of Mrs. Naomi W. Bailey proved so significant: of recognition. He
other technical areas a profes- notes that he received sttch PECK HIGH is president of the 8-8
sional discussion is planned for Mrs. Orpah L. Jackson and Mrs. For example the importance of criticism in a letter from Atlanta, homeroom class reporterof club

Saturday morning. May 26 9:00: I Lois H. Telfair.Members the Montgomery Negroes' 'fight Georgia, when parts of this !boos Choir 4 of the Emanuel Baptist and the a photography member of the

to 11:00: a. m. Among topics to be of the cast" are Patty against the Alabama anti-labor appeared in issues of the Pitts- LISTS EVENTS Church will meet for rehearsal beautification is weU liked committee.He and takes.

discussed are "Business Looks at Lewis'; Patricia Heyward Albir- boycott law in the bus segrega- burgh Courier from March 31 to Sunday at 4:30 p. m. in the great and interest in baseball
photography.
Vocational E t\u cat i o n" and tha Bell Cheyene Young Joseph tion protest may be better under- April 28, 1951. church. :.
Davis Jr. Gerald Newsom. Fernandina Beach Com-
stood with this bit of backgroundabout
Trends in Vocational Education. "
"I should like here to reply
mencement activities for Peck
The intermediate will
grades
in which the
interesting and practicaldoor the period District 11 will meet Sunday at
Many Guerin in the introduction
present a series of plays, skits says High School have been announcedas
prizes will be given to the anti-boycott law was adopted: "that in the eyes of an interna- 3:30: p. m. in the home of Mrs.
and dances under the chairman- follows:
"The United Mine Workers
was
house visitors.BAPTIST Hazel Thomas, 262 Elm St
open ship of Mrs. Mary Carter. Other one of the exceptional AFL unions tionalist, injustice has no father- The annual sermon will be
Members of deaconess boards 1
students who participate on the land; that injustice in Tunis or given by the Rev. John F. Nealon
its took
which from inception a and 2 are requested to meet at the
MINISTERSTO program are Rose M. Johnson, liberal attitude toward Negro Saigon does not excuse injusticein May 27 at 11 a. m. in the First
Valeria Carter Ida Lee Waters Atlanta; that the present writer Baptist Church. Commencement church Sunday at 2:45 p. m. to
MEET MONDAYThe workers .
leave in a body for the Bethlehem
Miss Peggy Rice. Valeria Carter has publicly fought French imperialism .
"In Alabama of the vassal exercises will be given at 8 p. min
one
Baptist Church to attend the
city-
Ida Lee Waters, Emmalyne for years, and has just the New Zion Baptist Church 3PLNELOPE
states of the Southern counter-
Baptist Ministers Brother- Knight Gloria Kennedy and devoted an'entire book (Au Serv- W. E. Combs supervisor ')f Sec- wide mass meeting.
encounteredsome
hood of Duval and adjacent coun- revolution, the union
Ruby Mae Green. ices des Colonises, 19301953.) to ondary Schools will deliver the
ties will meet Monday, May 21, at The fifth grade will present a difficulty in securing a foot- the denunciation of a collective address. Rev. L. B. Washington. pastorof

11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist hold. During the 1908 strike an Midway AME Church, has announced
Spanish dance and other dances crime which, as long as it is per- May 28, the sixth grade promotion
Church. Rev. H. W. Stuckey will employer-inspired 'citizens com- that services will be held
directed by Miss Jessie Caine. under
petuated on territory exercises will be in the school
preview the Sunday School les- The sixth graders will presenta mittee' advised the union that 'the French rule will make him auditorium in the usual manner with Sunday

son. Rev. D. B. Barnes will give one-act play "Boners School- people of Alabama would never ashamed that he is French." High School examinations will School beginning at 9:30 a. m.

the order of the day. Rev. H. H. room under the direction of Mrs. tolerate the organization and with the Superintendent i n
The American distributor for be given on May 29.
Robinson is the president and Rev.G. Dorothy M. Frazier. striking of Negroes along with charge. Morning services wiDbegin
"Negroes on the March" is GeorgeL. May 30, the post-planning per-
W. Miller is the president Richard H. Cook, principal of white men. The fact that 76 per- at 10:55 a. m. with the pas- CYNTHIATOLBE&T
325 East 17th Street iod ends June 15.
Weissman, begins and.
the school is urging all parents cent of the strikers in 1920-21 tor or his appointee delivering the flew Stanton Senior
New York 3, N. Y. Registration for the 1956-57 "1-" School
and friends to ,attend these per- were Negroes brought the rage of message. Love Feast will be held Penelope to a member of
Learn Commercial Art formances.The the U. S. Steel underlings to the term was held on May 17. Begin during this service. tne iv-A-lS class where
ners registered on the same date. she serves as reporter a
St.rt11- Pilot Club of Jacksonvillewill boiling point"Of The ACE League will conveneat flute player in the concert
medal of honor to current interest in Collins Chalks The public is invited to all commencement and marching bands. She
C. f. APPROVED present a particular Up activities. 5:30 p. m. with the president is active In her u-ch In

the outstanding gir in the sixth Guerin's. almost prophetic appre- in charge. At 6:30 p. m. the evening member the junior choir and m
AMERICAN b of the mdaliry.
grade for citizenship. ciation of the role of a man who worship will begin with the She is also a senior Girt

SCHOOL OF ART has since become one of the out- 28,465 MajorityTALLAHASSEE MANDARINMANDARINThe pastor delivering the message. it Scout.Ceearerelarioas.
PATRONIZE
Moved T. New Lecetiea standing leaders and organizersof Choir 1 and Usher Board 1 will

106 EAST BAY STREET Florida Star the Montgomery bus protest speaker on serve throughout the day.
24 Floor
AdvertisersRITZ movement, Official returns Sunday at the 11 a. m. worshipin fie iPepsi
"Out of working class unionism certified Tuesday by the the First Baptist Church will The District assembly meetingwill c... re these

," he wrote, "emerged a new I state canvassing board gave Gov. be the Rev. Isaiah Robertson.At convene on Tuesday night three Merit Awerrfwineenl

THEATREThursday body of Negro leaders who found, LeRoy Collins,a,smashing 28,465 3 p. m. the Rev. Sammie May 22 at 7:30 p. m. in the First

themselves simultaneously calledto vote majority in his successfulbid Smith will preach. Born Temple, 825 West Monroe Uste* te Pant Merit i

leading positions in labor and for renomination last week. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Street The public is invited. Mrs. Award Mletetiees .e

Friday Saturdey May 171819FIRST promoted to the rank of leaders The Democratic primary vote and evening worship at 6:45 p. m. Rosetta Carter is the reporter and Pepsi Cela T CEN 1400

RUN in the Negro community total in the governorship race I are other services slated for the Elder Hill is the pastor. TIME. WRHC.4fel Setar4n -
"LAY THAT RIFLE DOWN"JOHN "A living example of this evolution .e yw
was a record 840083. This was. Jay.. 10.11 AJtA.
.. was presented to me by 173,723 more than in the first Choir 1 and usher board 1 will

WAYNE IN E. D.Nixon of Montgomery, Ala., primary two years ago when Collins serve throughout the day.

"RIO GRANDE" a vigorous colored union militant was opposed by Charley E. EHJOXUJMQSfSHAVIHGjEASE

who was the leading spirit in his Johns and Brailey Odham.No AHD (OHVlHltHCE "

Sunday Monday TuesdayFIRST statewide totals were avail- LEARN TO DRIVE t E/SJ ;

RUN able on the Republican primary The Quickest The EesiestWey GilletteSuperSpeed
"FIRE OVER AFRICA" CARD OF THANKS but the secretary'of state's office Te Leera

estimated the turnout at from 75- RAZOR
"INDiAN""FIGHTER"Wednesday AJAXDRIVING
Mn. Je.ie Rebiaso.. of 1283 000 o 100000. -

West 224 Street wishes te thmkher Altogether.Collins piled up SCHOOLCALL Matt ttUt BLADE "...,, Pa al Ceb

end Thursday ..., Meads sad the nurses 434,809 to a combined 405,809 for EL 44)639) osraoa AND

"CITY OF BADMEN" ef Brewster Hospital for their his five opponents. He was the mew CA 0....,. elJecklMvllle

; -.4- cord, flower sad visltetiees first Florida governor to get a George Perpena $1OO|

;--- "PORT" HELL" datiao her ........ majority in the first primary and 1134 W. 5th Street .,.

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Putnam County News Teachers', CourseAiFlirdiaMtrmal : Community Club Holds Meeting I Bethune-Cookman


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Phone East 5-302 St. Augustine Seniors who \ > Starts June llth


Last week Mrs. Mary_._-_ ...... --_-_.., was our guest to the- mories. have completed all course requirements :; ... :: n. 'j. .!., f
with the exception of < ,' b DAYTONA BEACH June
(Editor's Note: Our copyreader could not understand Mr. Vreen's 11
writing of the last name.) practice teaching will have the < '." "if '''- is opening date for the summer

This week our invitation goes opportunity to finish their courses session at Bethune-Cookman Col
this summer by enrolling at Flor- lege. Nine semester hours
out to a young lady who possessesa bers of the Shiloh Baptist Churchare :> ;0. T may be
ida Normal and Industrial Me- earned during this period. The
very pleasing personality. She also in the building program.
morial College in the student- session closes August.
lives on the same street where Their new church. pattered by
this reporter lives next to the taxi the Rev.: J. A. Wright is nearing teaching program. The session provides courses in

stand and also drives a Ford car. completion after several weeks' Courses in driver education the Liberal Arts and in teacher

She receives her Florida Star work. safety education and first-aid.(six -ejuter staff and other outstand-

every Friday night and is also semester hours) will be offered ing visiting professors will direct

pleasingly plump. 1 making it possible for a teacheror s the instructional progrem.BethuneCookman>{ .

Now I am sure she knows this Negro Pastor Chosen student to become.certified by College i<

invitation is for her. If she will the state department of educationto accredited by the Southern Association -

contact me I will give her two For. All-White Church teach these; courses in the high of Colleges and Secondary

passes to the movies so she can schools of Florida.In schools and the Florida State De-

take her husband. MIAMI Dr. A. L. Reynolds addition to the regular offerings partment of Education as a four-

Jr., a Negro, minister has been work, will be offered in year college

This week the Florida Star is chosen pastor of the all-white guidance, psychology of the exceptional .si Approved by the University

very happy 'to invite Miss HelenC. Sixth United Presbyterian Churchin child and other coursesin Senate of the Methodist Church
and a member of the Associationof
Pearce to be their guest for Chicago. the professional sequence of the
Church-Related Institutions
lunch Monday in the cafetoriumof Dr. Reynolds formerly headed elementary and secondary levels. of
I. :, t. Higher Education. BethuneCookman
:: 4".s.'I" .rsei w.:- .Zm'; -rt. JtIIIi! -
Central Academy. Miss Pearceis the ML Olive Methodist Churchin Prof. Lillian T. Lyon guest instructor -
ACTIVE: IN COMMUNITY WORK Members of the Du Club who College is
Pont met an interracial
Community recently co-
a member of the Senior class. Topeka, Kan.Leading. from the New York City
I school system will conduct the outline plans for improving their community are shown here in the home of Mrs. Henrietta La educational institution of tradition
Grande. 1249 Grothe Street. and distinction.
Deacort.-and Mrs. P. E. Lowe workshop in teaching the slow
Seated from left are Mrs. Earline Dorsey. Miss Francis ScnnI Mrs. Mattie Lazenby and Mrs. Cultural courses offered are:
week end
were in the city last SeniorsTo learner.
Henrietta La Grande. Standing in the same order are Mrs. Daisy Johnson Mrs. Ora L. Harring. Mrs. drama dancing concerts, swimming -
visiting 'Deacon Lowe's mother Many social activities_will con-
Ruby Ward and.Mrs. L. V. Easter. lectures movies tours exhibits -
Mrs. Pearlie Lowe. tribute to the enrichment of the
Gel Ciiaiions and library facilities. In
school .
I
summer program.Bradley
athletics there will be tennis
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd of Jacksonville -

in Palatka were very visiting pleua.ntrisUors Mr. Floyd's At B-C College Teacher Education.For G. Moore. is director of Dr. Richard V. Moore Will Address Cong. Chas. Diggs Beach Softball parties volleyball on and the basketball.wonder

further information, write _.1IL beach of the world will also be
mother. I the Registrar. To At given.
Speak
Daytona Beach More than: United ,Church Women Of FloridaDaytona The summer calendar is as follows -
Mr.and Mrs.Eugene Bristol left 155 seniors and seven of Florida'soutstanding !

Monday for their return trip to citizens will receive: Pomona Park NewsBy Florida Normal June: 11, registration.June .
their home in Detroit. While in citations 28 at 10 Beach of the
on May a. m. Delivering one major addresses on 12, class begins; late regis
the city they visited Mrs. Hannah during the commencement exercises I Tuesday May 22 at 1:30 p. m. in the Beach Methodist Church Jack- trations.

Bristol and other relatives. at Bethune-Cookman Col i Mrs. Florence McBride sonville Beach for the annual meeting of the United Church Womenof ST. AUGUSTINE Deliveringthe June 16, last day for registration -

lege.Dr. Sunday School was held at :Mt. Florida will be Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune- commencement address at and change of program.
those from Palatka who Florida Normal and Industrial
Among
attended the general conferenceof Alonzon C. Moron, presi-j Tamo Baptist Church at 10 a. m. Cookman College. ---- --- ,- --- Memorial_ _n'n n__ Collppp on___ _May___" _21_ will..... July 4, Independence Day holi
dent of Hampton Institute Hampton It was enjoyed by all who attended. -
AME Church which was be Congressman Charles C. Diggs
the Va., will be commencement I Mrs. Carrie Herlong presided. "God's Plan, Our Challenge" is day.July 29, baccalaureate service.
held in Miami for two weeks .. Jr., from the State of Michigan.Mr. .
speaker. I the general theme of the conven- August 4, commencement.
were: Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Morris, I Diggs became a Congressmanon
Mrs. Ada Bell Parrish..MrS,Idella The president of the National Services held at Allen Chapel 4 tion. The Bethune-Cookman Choir Nov. 2, 1954 after having serv

Dozier Lewis. Mrs. Gertha Hardy Alumni Association will induct; AME Church was enjoyed by all y .t ,, under the direction of Thomas ed as State Senator from the third I
the graduates into the National I who attended throughout the day. Demps will sing. PATRONIZE
Mrs. Alma Gordard, Mr. and Mrs.P. district for four sessions.On .
Alumni Assn. and James Keys, a Rev. Starkes, pastor, delivered the r Other addresses for the two-day 20 Advertisers
.D. Williams, Mrs. Florence Pollard May at 3 p. m. Dr. John
'55'win meeting will come from Mrs. Major
member of the class of
and Mrs. A. L. Osgood Sr. morning and evening message. Ellison Chancellor of Virginia
Florida Star
C. Mrs. Lawrence
give the Alumni Challenge. h Guy Heller Union University will deliver the
Ashley Mrs. Chris Matheson, Mrs.
James Roberts motored to Brad- The National Alumni Assn. will baccalaureate sermon. He received -
entoa Sunday to spend Mother's hold its annual meeting in the i Satsuma NewsBy Frank Roper, Mrs W. A. Patti- his degrees at Virginia
shall and Miss Elsie Farris.
Day with his mother. Mrs. Mable west wing of the Harrison Rhodes' I Union Seminary Oberlin Collegein Learn Commercial Art
Mrs. Cecil Davis is current
Lynch.- He was accompanied by Memorial Library on May; 26! _at 2: Mrs. Cornelia Shorter i pres- Ohio and Drew Seminary in
I ident of the United Church Women Start AnytimeC.
his aunt. Mrs. Willie Lee Vr..n.his p. m. Election will be held. Mt. Clyde Wilson and family of Florida.Virginia Madison, N. J. /. APPROVED

daughter Paula his son Thomas At 8 p. m. May 26 the annual spent last week-end out of the Prior to his fourteen years as

and his step-son Gerald.They Senior Alnmni-Faculty party will city visiting relatives and friends.Mr. president of Virginia Union, he AMERICAN

visited the beach in Si.Petersburg be held in Moore Gymnasium.The GovernorTo pastored for several years at Zion SCHOOL OF ART

before returning home. alumni breakfast is to be and Mrs. Shorter and Mr. Baptist Church in Washington. Moved To Now UcaK.
I Appeal RulingIn D. C, and ministered at Virginia
giveruat 9 a. m. May _27. At 3:30 Seymour motored to Dania last 106 EAST BAY STREET

- Mrs. Minnie Vreen is ill in her p. m. the baccalaureate sermon I Wednesday. Their daughter Mrs. DR. R. V. MOOREMINISTERS' State Park Case State College for seven years as 2m Fleer

home,on 17th Street will be preached by Dr. J. Wallace Carrie Bell Jenkins returned with the college minister.
minister of the Pasa-
Hamilton them.
RICHMOND Va. Virginia
dena Community Church of St I prepared for action this week
MrsaUUie Coleman is recover- WIVES as

ing nicely from a recent illness. Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Shorter Mrs. Sue- its Governor Stanley made the
lina Brown and Mrs. Emma R. TO MEET: MONDAY I decision to appeal to the Supreme

in his Court if necessary the seashore
Mrs.. Susie Cannon is confinedto visited Rev. Cummings HOURCLEANERS
bed falL Central home last Sunday. The Baptist Ministers Wives State Park case which held that
following a Alliance will meet Monday May the state could not lease the park

Academy 21, at 5 p. m. in the home of Rev. under any conditions that might '
Miv and Mrs. Charles Porter Jr. Carmel Set and Mrs. B. W. Williams. 925: W. discriminate against Negroes. The \ 11 "

returned to New York City Sun- 22nd Street, park was closed immediately.
day after attending the funeralofMrs. HighlightsBY
Mrs. H. H. Robinson is the pres-
Nancy Porter,.mother of Mr. For ObservanceOf
ident and Mrs. L. Lewis is the

Porter. WARREN HOWELL reporter. (ilReiWofPAIN: -" fnc -

'Women's DayThe
Work began Monday on the After observing their second

new church building of the Cal- annual Mother's Day program, the Rev. M. C. Wesley BACHELOR
BUNDLES
vary Baptist Church. The Rev. Junior Class began to get further women of the ML Carmel At MidwayThe

L. D. Green pastor of the church involved with the JuniorSeniorProm Baptist Church. 1500 Harrison St. Speaks

and also a building contractor is which was held Friday May will observe Women's Day on !.. PAINS .* HCAOACHC. NEURAL'

supervising the job.A stone build- 18. The theme of this affair was Sunday May 20. Sunday School of Midway CIA.LIT NEUMITIS* .r POWDERS.wKh STAN STANBACK BACK TA I.w 5 HOUR SERVICE

ing is being built to replace the "Stairway to the Stars. Mrs. Edith W. Howard a loyal AME Church will observe its 77th ..* .*. +l q./i.M frm.l. .. STAN-
...
BACK eombMM Mvtrd w.Gally Pr-r
wooden structure. When com- member the Church Sunday Anniversary Monday night. May r.Lw.rs IM. is .../ to UfcMULTIPLE s doss.TI ...utif.U, ,I.e..d'M ..4 11..4'
pleted it will be modern witha School teacher and clerk of the 21, at 8:00 P M. in the auditoriumof ,. H4e4 .e.di..u ., th_
very The Putman County English i.rr dsb. briers futer.mr* .
basement beneath the main au- church is the chairman of the the church. _..... "Ii.l.......M.i.ty 8fI4 --..
Teachers started their SpellingBee ,.... .
ditorium. occasion.At Rev. M. C. Wesley Past Masterof -"r seawpeyi.r '
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at the Central Academy Cafe-
t 9:30 a. m. the Sunday School the Temple] Lodge No. 340 will Toss 'TANBACK s-r-t...elAl.i.st [dtJkr4ln Cbnimf
torium Thursday :May 10. It was A.Pt
The pastor, officers and omGiIIette* to be continued the following will meet with Mrs. Mary Danielsin be the speaker for the occasion : I j
charge. Guest teachers will be which also marks the tenth anni- I valve Ewer _.
week. Participants are as follow- Used _. _
of Mr. S. C. Hart Super-
present.At versary ::;
Crescent City) Lena Powell '
ing: (
and Atric Bell Brinson; (Edgar) the 11 a. m. service Mrs. intendent of the Sunday School .;:: 911 West Ashley 416 Main Street
Rev..L. B. Washington is pastor. l
Gussie Gordon Mrs. Alberta Dun ,
A Targie Fisher and Carl Bliss Mon- ,

roe; (Putnam Hall) Annie Lee can and Mrs. Izora..Taylor will be -

Davis; (Pomona) Mary Ann; Me- in charge. Mrs. Mary Anderson 66Q5t1pEE/

Cray; (E. Palatka) Shirley Mit- will serve as mistress of cere-

chef James Cooper and Joe Wil- monies. Devotions will be in the a Rtnn"CUIHM: ,
BLUE BLADES Mtt K
of Mrs.' Susie McCrow, e yvLY TAOYdUNfr ,. ,
IN HANDY DISPENSE liams; (C. A. Elem.) Charles charge _CAN 1'SEiMcootcaa 10 CST MARRtf ) !., (
oath Hartsfield. Ethel Lee Tiller and Mrs. Viola Daniels Mrs. Addie ,/ RIErMT v

eassh Edith Davis.A DeLoche and Mrs. Willie Mae TttiinY
Trisby. Mrs. Mary Filmore will YES, I JtK GO'1'AcElw FE SAWFUJ.Y

special meeting was held last introduce the speaker, Mrs. R. V. G fYE AUKA151YAlYf_cc1tETHIWr (E0! / ,JE 1lOlKMAV -

week for boys 17 years of age. McCray. Soloists will be Mrs. Car- 1
Several recruiting officers spoketo rie McCall and Mrs. Laura CampbelL i

them about the advantages of The choir will also sing. tL r 605KhiAT l

the reserve. The youth program will meet at SWE1LIF

3 o'clock. Misses Gloria Tookes
/ 1'OU
LUCKY JOHN Mr. Willie Saunders of N. Y. and Evelyn Hudson in charge. GaA.Dv
were recently visiting at C. A. Janie Foster will deliver the address 4+ MttTE I

THE GREATSPIRITUALIST .

Mrs. Dora Washington and Mrs.

Emanuel Baptist Rose Cleveland will be in chargeof REA50N -SO THOUGHT MAYBE -AND THEN V
Win be i* year city J... 9th te the 7 p. m. worship. Mrs. Mary WASH S f WAS INYITir A4E TO .. COUt.DGOHDIMIi
11th. In er4er te receive jreer Slates Women's Day OlllllhR- WHILE ar >PAD WOULDN'T./
E. Geradeau is speaker for this K'AS SLl (t1&INTO)
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speclel, bletsinf, tend fer year TIRD 1ACCIOENTC WtD I WASH EATgr&'tWP (ART BATT1N&fJPRACTICE
ereyer ....4iotely era we will occasion. RA'YINi a sewrfa"T' /
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seed yen ear ..,. hit five .anther Women's Day will be observed 6A6EBALLAht
.i faa. fee $2. Aay ether type throughout Sunday in the Eman- l
ef treahln $ We ...1Y8tt.e.
S. eoa '
uel Baptist Church. Mrs. Mamie '
.. We will sal yoa butrac. COll SIFFEREIS
tsar .. what te a. at ear .... Fields is chairman and win be .
in... assisted:by"other officers.A COLD tfwcomferK yield qwlekfj U
STANBACK ........ptieft formula.1TANBACK .
P. 0. Box 1963 musical program will be pre- tatU er powrfen work
sented:during the evening wor- rat I* fcrtng uetWtbnq rainy turn

OAKLAND, CAUF. ship The junior*,wfll conduct the tic saisAlRig.ygI; ..,.:eeiJratdta.e .
.. ."..'1itMt due ti..,...
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Branch. Rickey Eyes. 'The Greatest Prospect In Baseball' aq nw wsf MieydlI wining 1


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Texas-bon Rookie With Cincinnati Sugar Ray Priming For Bobo I Archie Moore Alihea Gibson spc.t; 111lJAe


Lotks Like Baseball's Newest Find Plans To Vacate Wins Rome Title The

Cincinnati Redlegs seem

I Heavy Tille well on their way toward a new
CINCINNATI Branch Rickey that grand and wise seer of major league club mark in home

baseball who can always be depended upon to come up with something runs. In their.first 18 games they
to make the baseball world stop, look and listen has come upwith LONDON-Light Heavyweight I hit 37. That averages 2.06'per

somethin.else.- i Champion Archie Moore has let it sc game. The New York.Giants hold
The greatest prospect in base- be known that he will vacate the the club record: with 221 homersin
ball today" Rickey is Frank Coley Wallace 1947. The Sporting News'
says ,. spot which he holds if he is successful points
Robinson, the Cincinatti rookie winning from Yolande out that the Reds if they hit 185

who once starred for the Colum-. On! Of Danger Pompey on June 5 and spend his homers in their remaining 136

bia team of the South Atlantic time in concentrating on the a games an average of 1.36 a game,
League.As heavyweight title made vacant by they'll wind up with 222. one'bet

a rookie, he won the regular BOSTON-Coley Wallace the the retirement of Rocky Marciano. : t Se. ;, I ter than the Giants' 1947 mark.
leftfield job with the Cincinatti Jacksonville prize fighter who Moore, has already arrived in I .

Redlegs which proved that Rickey fought his way to the top by London to prepare for his twice I When Howie Pullet of the
knew what he was talking aboutIn fighting and whipping some of postponed title fight at Harringay White Sox pitched two innings in
13 games the 22-year old rookie I the toughest boys in the business spa 'na Arena against Pompey who comes I relief against the Yankees recently -
and the fellow who Joe
had nine hits including three played fro mTrinidad, B. W. I. M it was the first time since 1942
Louis in the recent "Joe L uisStory"
home runs. The play of Robinson: The champion looks to be an i that any Yankee had faced. him.

has caught the eye of Manager: is reported in Boston out of.dangerand HAS THE EDGE Sugar Ray Robinson who is seen here in even 210 pounder but he said Y i,The first meeting was in theWorld's
resting a hospital,
Birdie Tebbetts. of his "the last time I I Series between the Yankees -
the victim of a brain concussion. one prerious fierceencounters was reported to hare a slight weighed was
The 6-foot, 1-inch, 182 pound i Wallace suffered, what was described edge over Bobo Olson whom he takes on as his next opponent soon. pulling 190 pounds." He couldn't and Cardinals. Pollet. in a re-
Robinson is a Beaumont Texas Massachusetts Gen- See story on this page.SPORTING. remember when that was how- lief role for the Cardinals threw
by a
native but he grew up in Oakland eral "a ROME Althea Gibson of only one ball to retire Alley Don.
Hospital spokesman as
ever.Whatever aId on a grounder and end the in
Calif. He attended McCly-
medetately severe brain concussion" his weight is, he mus New York won the women's sin-
monds High School and was a ning. In Pallet's recent appear
down to 175 before
come he will
after being knocked out, in title of the Rome International
triple sports athlete. He satrredin IT UPBY gles ante against the Yankees.the former
the Boston Gardens by Bob.Wood- be able to go through his fight
tennis tournament beating National Leaguer pitched two
football, basketball and basebalL all in the 10th round. with Pompey. When asked if he .
This was the same high Suzie Kormoczy, of Hungary. 6-3 scoreless innings..
For quite sometime, Wallacehas C. PARHAM JOHNSON thought he could do it in a month,
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school.which the sensational Uni- !.
failed.to make -an impressive he said, -Brother. Ill do it. 75.
of San Outfielder Stan Musiai: of the
versity Francisco cage star appearance in the ring against JOHNN YANTONELLI of the lineuwp. despite the fact that he Moore claimed he had beaten It was the sixth straight Euro-
Bin Russell attended. Cardinals, two milestones
any of his opponents. It seems New York Giants has faced Robin has been hampered with a ,bum all the leading heavyweights in pean tournament won by Miss passed
Baseball was Robinson's first that Wallace has lost his touch, Roberts of the Phillies on the leg. Smith's big bat is ringing out America and said he could not see Gibson and the 12th tournament on May 3. It marked his 2,000th
love.' He played both sandlot and but the doctors say because of the mound seven times and Antonellihas with telling' effect he is hitting how anybody can dispute his victory of her current overseas major league game and he hit his
American Legion ball and was a wonderful stamina that Wallace yet his first time to beat the home 'runs, triples singles and claim on the world title Rocky 542nd double.. Only one active
member of the Bill Erwin Post has, he has shown remarkable im- Phillies great righthander. Roberts doubles. Marciano vacated last month tour.The player,had appeared in more boxscores
famous tennis star from than Musiai. That.. his
No. 237 of Oakland 1950 national was.
pfovement. seems to be the Jinx of Antonelli. ROY CAMPANELLA'S homer when he retired.
champions. New York, and once a student at former teammate. Enos; Slaughter,
against the Pittsburg Pirates recently -
Florida A and M, warming fora who was 17 ahead of Stan
Robinson sent to Ogden as up games
was FRANK ROBINSON, the great put him In a tie with Big
his first pro start and batted .348 Negro GolferFiniskes rookie leftfielder of the Cincin- Ted Kluszewski of the Cincinnati Louisiua'TeamsDrop campaign at Wimbledon, drew I the same day. By hitting his 542nd
cheers from a large crowd with. double, Stan tied Harry Heilmann
which included 70 runs scored, 94 atti Redlegs was a great defensiveand Reds and 'Yogi Berra of the I
her powerful service and overhead for seventh spot in the all-time

hits 177 total bases. 20 doubles.
Firs offensive star with Columbia Yankee la the total home run
six: triples, 17 home runs, 83 RBI's of the South Atlantic League department Each now has 212. tan PlayersNEW game. nnkings.

a in'72 games.: He played 11 gamesat In Dixie under Manager Ernie White. The They are in seventh place nowamong ,
third base and- sixty in the'out Tourney young player hit .336 which in- the active players with ,

field. -- cluded 165 hits, 33 doubles nine four baggers. The records show YORK The Evangeline CHAMPION'SMEN'S
In 1954, he played in eight SHREVEPORT La. -The first triples 25 home runs six stolen that only 39 players have reached Baseball League duplicated the

games for Tulsa, Okla. and 132 Negro ever to play in a golf tour- bases 110 RBI's and 290 total the 200 mark.,Only four; catchers tactics of Ji mCrowism of certain WEAR '
for Columbia. His average with nament in the city of Shreveportwas bases. He was a member of the ever hit that many. Besides Berra other cities when the Lake
Columbia 'was a healthy .336. top man in a field of 100 players South Atlantic League All-Star and Caxapaaella the others were Charles La. Club dumped three Factory-To-Yeu -
Leave it to Branch Rickey to pick in the fifth annual Holiday-. squad. He set a Columbia home Bill,Dickey with,202.*nd 'Gabby Negro players because of the
the best selections. In-Dixie tournament. run record. Hartnett.with: 23;. Evangeline League's findings that

In his battle for the crown.Air BIG TED KLUSZEWSKI, the BOBBY'BOYD. who once wore Negroes were "undesirable" Short Sleeve Sport Shirts ....S... ..... $1.59
man Osten J. King of BarksdaleAir slugging first baseman of the Cin- a Chicago.White Sox uniform,'but among them. Fteert QeaUrrDress ;
No needed Force Base became the favor- cinatti and of the Baltimore Orioles There were five "undesirables"in '
surgery Redlegs one now with the Slacks :. ..... .......,............_..._... $3.98
ite of the spectators. He fired a most feared batters in the game has been a thorn in the side of the the League. Lafayette. La. had "
to reduce swellingof nine-under par for the 75 holes he was recently benched by Manager White Sox: every time they have two to go also. Ray Mullins president ,.t ALTERATIONS"Nylon -

played in the three day meet}The Birdie Tebbetts for being overweight met this season. His punch at the of the league said the segregation Stretch: Sox ..... ... .. ..: .: 3-for $1.00

piles! tournament was held on the at '248 pounds. Big Ted plate has been poison to his for- question had nothing to do Latest _Styles sad c..... ,

painful Barksdale course. disagreed. -with' the manager by mer team mates. with the shift even though the Straw Hats .. .. ........ $1.98
In doctor's tests amazing new Host pro C. D. Smith said the reminding him that he only FLOYD PATTERSON and presence of the Negroes were

pUer SUmleoi tortarel Pam Gave instantly internal relieved and. Negro ,golfer's entry caused the weighs .246' pounds. Two pounds TOMMY',(HURRICANE) JACK- about to wreck the league due to tttf OUR CONYiHHNT LAY-AWAY FLAN -*'

external: relief-without surgery I Imedicallyproved withdrawal of at least 35 players make. a difference with the big SON have been matched for a 12 kicks from league teams. 1"18' ..;
125 West Street Phone EL
a pa&xftcning tnttantlyl ingredients Reduce relieve from the amateur tournament be- slugger. round heavyweight bout at Mad- According to reports the two Boy -

swelling.Promote t"jMng Too sit, fore play began. ARCHIE MOORE is telling the ison Square Garden Friday night players with Lafayette received
walk in comfortl Only stainless pile The record crowd, however; followed world:in wide open tones that June 8 as part of the eliminationto promotions while the Lake -

remedy.tales or Stainless Clot" PazoS at dro&I Support-St& King from green to green. since the retirement of heavy. determine a successor to heavy- I Charles players were dropped because .
and openly encouraged him. Most. weight champion Rocky Marciano weight champion Rocky Marciano. they were not good enough.
:of the spectators came from, the that he is really the heavyweightKing. Patterson now 21-years old won The Lake Charles playerswere

Air Force Base.Sugar ., "I have told the world thatI the Olympic middleweight title at Felipe Alou of the Dominican Republic Our ThanksTo : ;

deserve to be champion if some Helsinki in 1952 and turned pro Ralph ,Crosby of New
WATCH THIS CLOWN one will dare dispute me the shortly after his return. He has York and Charles Witherspoon of -i.
Ray Has line forms to the right. lost only once in 30 bouts drop- Pineland, Texas. Jack Schwartz,

48-26-86 WHEN BIG BOB BAKER of ping a disputed decision to former the Ne wYork.Giant official said the Citizens of Duval County' for:
Edge Over Bobo Pittsburgh won from Johnny Hol- light heavyweight champion he was given a different versionof :

110-3-375 man in a.12 round bout in Miami Joey Maxim. Of his 29 victories, the moves, which left the the fine support and .confidence: 'you V:
recently he moved a notch higher 21 have been by knockouts, the Evangeline League without Negro
4 7 SAN JACINTO. Calif. Mid- toward the top in the scramblefor last 11 in succession. players. have manifested in us through the
dleweight Champion of the World, Schwartz said he was told that
the heavyweight crown vacat- Jackson 24, also started fight-
6 3
Sugar Ray Robinson now trainingat ed by Rocky Marciano. Baker ing in 1952 and has been in 32 the league has a rule which per- : To successful opponent
years. my ,
8' 5 Willie Orner's Camp will havean mits the ousting of member ,
weighed 211, pounds and scored bouts for a 27-4.1 record. He any
advantage in height and reach, his 45th victory of his career knocked out 13 and was stoppedonce found"undesirable" by a majorityvote our heartiest congratulations.
47-37-14 and above all, in experience against six defeats and one draw. by Nino ValdeS in two of the directors. Schwartz

279-99-129 when he goes against Bobo Olson Holman suffered,his 12th defeat rounds, July 14, 1954. His other said further that Alou had been
to defend his title at Wrigley against 20 wins and :one draw defeats were a six-rounder by placed with Cocoa in the Florida

Sooeti...u "'. Field, in Los Angeles May 18. weighed 206 pounds. Bert Whitehurst in 1953 and two State League and efforts were be- SHERIFF
MS.Nt1M
"'. 40wa The height advantage will only CURT ROBERTS the little sec- decisions to Jimmy Slade. ing made to find spots for Crosby
H. odd. subtract be half an inch for Robinson is ond baseman of the Pittsburgh Each fighter has been in action and Witherspoon in the California
H. wrks It oil area 5 feet 11 inches against 5 feet Pirates went on a batting rampagein twice this year, Patterson stopped State League and the Pioneer BEX SWEAT

10 1/2 inches for Olson. In reach the series against the St. Louis Jimmy Walls in two rounds League.

FOR MAY 26th Robinson will have a two .and Cardinals. His triple and doubleset : March 12 and knocked out Chief Lafayette sent Drake who lives
one-half inch advantage, it will in Little Rock, Ark. and Trabous Paid hlltb' XoVJ
68-159-51 up the tying and winning runs Alvin Williams, April 10. Jacksonwon
be 72 1/2 inches for Robinson and in the series opener. He came a disputed decision over Bob from Porto Rico to the Burlington -

70 inches for Bobo. back the following night with a Baker, Feb. 3 and stopped Johnny Iowa club of the Class B

triple that helped give his team- Williams in four rounds, April 13. Three-I League.
mates a lead over the Cards.. Rob- KID GAVILAlf is not the big The problem of Negro players
Bogart "DESPERA HOURS" erts is one of the smallest playersin newspaper headliner like he usedto arose when the Baton Rouge xM '

STIDD the majors.but his timely hit- be but there is one thing sure Recreation and Parks Commission I
Pun
THRU SAT. ting has played a major part in the Kid will certainly be remem- banned Negroes from the city :Diplomatic'DnntL ,
SUN. "RHYTHM & BLUES REVUE"MAY
the Pirates this owned park used by the New
20-26 the games won by bered by that impressive victoryover
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season. Peter Waterman in their last Iberia: La.entry in the league for (
MIDNITE SATURDAY MAY 19th LOUIS their home .
THE ST. CARDINALS meeting in London. That victorycame games.
PREMIERE MRHYTHM Pi BlUES'" went back to' a complete lilly- after one of the most unpopular NO LIQUOR TASTE... r _

ALL LOCAL DISC JOCKEYS ON STAGE white: club when they optioned decisions ever rendered NO UQUOR UEATH1 ,,+,
their big first baseman Tom Al- in boxing. The first meeting between PATRONIZE

ROOSEVELT SKY VIEW ston to Omaha 'of the American the two brought protests Advertisers s tieM

Association. He played'with from all over the country when Florida Star

s... T.... MIIY 20-22 I 20.22 Omaha the most' of the 1955 sea- the decisloni was awarded to
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Plus: J". W"... "HOUSE OF BAMIOO'" ing Negro with the Cardinals. FANS AT EBBETS FIELD in ti.
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Chips Off The Blocks Country Club Is Scene Of Products Show Ij pulpit Rev. E.and H. Howell church;at Deacons large: Pulpit Board. Learn Commercial Art

Deacon G. W. Walker; Trustee
.' ... :. Board F. Henry Williams;Church Start Anytime

Deacon D. R. Taylor. Choirs 1 and G. I. APPROVED

BT JAT JAT P .: 3 under the direction of Mrs. G. C. AMERICAN

'"4 Jq ; ..S .. Vaught will be heard in special
SCHOOL ART
OF
On Thursday morning the sound of gunfire echoed up and down
music for the occasion. Rev. J. L..
Ashley St Folk thought that the long expected revolution between Moved To New Location
Hall will deliver the rededicational
'"Sam and Dem" had broken out.. When we investigated we found r A'S 106 EAST BAY STREET

out that Jesse"Boogennan"Brown was only blowing off steam in the Sa a; + ,$ sermon. 2e ,
form of hot lead. When the tulmult died down, guess what? The poor Y q { Nti.9.r' Attorney E. D. Jackson, Sr. is .
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target was,arrested along with "Boogerman." Post Script-We hope : Sa' scheduled to give,the appreciation -
iddress during the evening worship for QUICK RELIEF of
the day will come when' some of these bad men who carry knives< .

and guns and are so quick to use them will be sent to Russia or the and expressions in behalf of HEADACHENEURALGIA

Middle East so they can get ideas of a "hot war" out of their mind: the various auxiliaries will be

Of interest to may Jaxons is the statement by newly elected given by the following persons:

Sheriff Al Cahlll that then would be no wholesale firings when he Charles M. Vaught Sunday

takes office. We hear many rumors and there is much speculation School Department; Mrs. Ruby H. Ease Pains of Headache

to who the "HNIC" will be. Almost every so called "politician who VIorrissette,Training Union Dept.; Neuralgia Neuritis with

bad any type of personal ax to grind with the present Sheriff lump, [--i 1_ Deaconesses Boards Mrs. AnnieL. QuIck Acting STANBAGK
Societies,)
Fleming Missionary
on the Cahlll bandwagon. Every last one of them claims that he wi ; Test STANBACK aphid
Mrs. Alezina Johnson Choirs,
told he would be the kingpin in the "cullud" section. The rank and ; ;
r oajjr preparation jrotfv
Mrs. Lillian P. King; and
file of us don't care who the wheel is.We Just want equatprotection ever used See how
Leaner O. Johnson is Mrs.1
under the law. quick relief comes.
the Ushers Boards
represent
Along with first class citizenship comes the responsibilities of
Deacon Silas McKinney. the Districts -, 5**
the same. For too long a period we have been living under a double]
standard even in the matter of law enforcement. Crimes which would cf the Church. W
our
mean Jail sentences in "white town" are winked at in our section. The Choirs 2 and 3 under the

For almost every offense there is talk'of "a fix." Places which could ., L' 'i" L..
Lillian
.. direction of Mrs. P. King
not stay open for ten minutes in Springfield are permitted to run if::< ,,,W ;:'$"' ,,f.'ft<;- .pI ,-_ '.:",. *'-_\-._ """h .: .xc.. -.. ',;.,... ...::':.;. .1$.
and Mrs. G. C. Vaught will render
door to our schools churches and homes. We only
wide open next HOSTS Curtis Taylor host at the Lincoln Golf: and Country Club. scene of the show.'is seen he music for the services.
will clean "the other side of the
hope the newly elected officers up
with waitress who served visitors a tasty repast
tracks." They may not realize it but anything which brings the

colored section lower affects the white. Jacksonville can be no greater I

than weakest section I r ; "" Second Babtisl p'i Rev. Madam I. Jordan
In the present debate regarding civil rights one of the majo

arguments the white man brings forth is the moral status of Negroe ,.a K".. 5, < a KNOWN TO MILLIONS AS
in generaL We admit that many of the most heinous crimes involve i Hy i6Ao :: a .nmf Honors Pastors GOD'S MIRACLE WOMAN

whites. We also admit that matricide ,and patricide are more common t : ? S She Is One Who Believes All ThingsAre
must face the fact tha ,
among whites than Negroes. But we

we are on trial and not the whites. We must clean our houses. In !-he I ___ The officials of the Second Bap- ,4 s Possible Through God,

midst of our: society ,are many persons who by their actions and I tist Church, of which the Rev. K. Faith and Prayer

deeds have violated the moral codes of our accepted society. We accept -, a k D. Britt is the minister have set

these.people say "that's.so and so,' so we must accept any i plans for a rededicational and appreciation She Says According To Your Faith

thing he does." "So and so" holds his head high and dares anyone to service to be held Sun- God Will Give You Power

to him. We could learn a lesson.from the Jewish people
say anything day morning and Sunday evening If You Are Sick Confused. Crossed Havieg i Domestic Problems,
and those of other faiths who completely ostracise anyone who violates respectively. Financial Problems or Trouble of Any Kind

the laws of their society,.moral or civil. I The objective of this special Consult This Gifted Woman At Once

Singleton Persons last of all week.walk"Sandy's"of life paid funeral their last was respects evidence to Mrs.of how"Sandy wet flj 4L program is to celebrate the returnof AND HAVE WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFE

rj the pastor to official duty, following -
She Started Her Work I. South Carolina
she was thought of for her friendly manner and pleasing personafuJ'.1the a long illness. I. Her Early Childhood
la section of town wb.re worked and was well known. people
An excellent has IT MATTERS NOT RACE COLOR OR CREED
from every place of business were present to pay their respects. R presentation FOR THE SUN SHINES ON THE POOR AS WELL AS THE RICH
of retirement and took] been planned in honor of the
Ed ""Ex-politicking" Kohleman came out Special Prayer and Healing Meetings
leader who has served the body
the Brave's stellar x ,
in ball His presence must have excited rz
a game.
eight 2 for 27 years, during which time he EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTNO
struck out only
pitcher as Pizzarro had a "bad night" He y
Frank Hall jumped off one sinking ship and has began to oper- bx, ear .r has led the congregation in one of MAIL ANSWERED COME IN PERSON

ate on a national level. He.is on the Kefauver kick. We hope Fran! the most outstanding building and
JORDAN
contribution of the denomination REV. MADAM L
he helps."Funland" programs -
brings the senator more luck than brings most candidates\

is in the news again..A delegation from the ministerial in the city and state. 1116 West Stfc Street Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. D.ilySOY'S

J.11iance.has expressed'concern over the corner. Seems as th ,. During the morning worship, .
the group stood.in front of the place: and_ watched the "happenings'. S' YS' appreciation expressions will be -- ----- ---

for almost an hour one Sunday night. The loud juke box which M t r given by the following representatives

echoes up and down the canyons of Ashley Street in no way impressed I vi of the various boards, the

the ministers nor did the gyrations of the dancers who were WANTED -

,executing the latest steps. A.,report to, '"prope authorities- is due

soon. Even though the place is operating within its liscense and :the WOBSPROGRAM (Ages 11 to 14 Years)

law, the ministers think they,could observe one day of rest. They

pointed out that :a similar arcade operated by the same persons on SCHEDULE

West Bay Street in no way resembles "Funland." > In Floradale Magnolia Gardens
.
Jacksonville Beach has joined the list of communities with colored MONDAY FRIDAY

Townsend and' Johnnie Ford constitute the II Sign One1.
law officers. Arthur i e (43: Capmte News A Weather Terrace Pickell
colored police force at the Beach 1t3 7e Hetrenl Road (Uclrta Royal -

We see where the dry Civil Service Board has set up "WhitDivisions" < ttt 13 Caprato Grcc> News Weather
in dry personnel departments. The latest is a"White Divi : 13 lee The KM Bob Hid.ea) Lincoln Villa
,
631.633: Capsule News WcatheS.C3
aka in the department of Assistant Taxi-Cab Inspector.W. wonder .4 : .. 9e TIM KM (Bob Hodtea)
te 93 Capsule Mews Weather
if they have hired any persons in the "Colored Division. When HisHonor x-;._ .:11 UM Jumjtta with Johnny
-"" "' > 'G .
the Mayer started this talk of' "Colored Division", in the police U0 !.:*! Capsule(Johaajr News Shaw)* Weatherlfl3 EARN'' CASH
department we foresaw the present situation. Just as the term "divi ANIMATED SALES TALK-Isiah While left Consolidated Distributing !!*/ Gospel Trite Number One

al n" is used to keep the law enforcement officers separate. they are Co.:: representative tells Comenious Bowen and Albert 11M 1143: Capcole CMelrln Newt)* Weather Selling TheFLORIDA ;

using it conveniently to keep ui out of all other tranche Of course Payne about the products he handles. 113 Ue C(Melvin*$p l Train Grace,Nomfcer) On

the Commissions. never remember to place funds in the budget for u:01.12:1. Local News (JoyteJoyaer STARApply

the "Colored Divisions" so they... just a matter of paper items. 12:13 1:31 Man oa) Street- (ShawHndcon 1& "
George Redd is selling the hottest hot test beer in town. In fact 16-Year Girl TAMPA HEN U3 Mart) (
his is hot that his ps1.'w. wewJ.ll. Friday 6:00:
George is such a hot salesman and product sod 1243 p.m.

truck caught on fire at Broad and Ashley. Some folk say that the Gels Stabbed In FIRED ON 1II.lt3 Capwte Jejuor) News Weather or Saturday 7:30 a.m.

hot air George usually spouts ignited the truck, J. D. "Mr. Good- 113.241 G *pel(Melrln Tram,Once NumtcrTwe )

will" Brooks, the Schaefer representative left town for the lowerWest Ze 23 Capsule News Weathei
Coast "J. D." intends to spend this week-end in Orlando. The Love Tampa';: Three bullets were 23: 1:11 Gospel Two CMervtn"Grace Train Number) 2434 Doby at Walcott Floradale
Boat Show over the week-end. invitationhas TriangleViola fired at three Negro men on the 3*0 33 Capnue News Weather
fellows are staging a .
near 33 4e J mpm with Johnny
been extended to all Jacksonville boat men to join a motorcadeto street the Federal Building (Johnny Shaw)
Tuesday by.a mechanic, John Da- 4e 43 Caprale News Weather
the Central Florida city. Gettis the 16-year-old girl 413.5:W Joan .with Johnny I
Morris Fisher and William Walker of the Vocational School are friend of James Allen was the victim vant Stl.Ia Capsule:,News Shaw)* Weather I

joining the boat clan. Both are looking over the types of craft The of stab wounds in the left The shooting came afterDevantand Sl3.III: Jam PIn with JohnnyJohuy i Medium Pink SHRIMP Ib. 59
< Shaw) $
the
will be the 4th of July three men exchanged
boat clubs .
next big event for the local shoulder with a knife in the handsof <*e 43 Capnto News Weather
words then blows, about who had 43 .M The Kid Boh H.4son)
Regatta at New Berlin. Gloria Constance Allen. 22, ex- SATURDAY
Many persons will be pleased to know that Brown Jenkins, for- wife of.Allen. the right-of-way as they passedon 4*. 8lcn On Fresh Large MULLET lb. 290
tie 43 Capsole News Weather
merly of Jacksonville and now of New York City is in much better The victim states she lives with the sidewalk. 43: 7e Heave Boa (Melrln

condition. Jenkins was assaulted by a fellow and shot five times. He Allen at 1036 W. Duval Street It The three men unidentified, 7:II. 73 Capiai. News A Weather Fresh Wafer CATFISH lb. 49(5(
was in town for the recent golf tournament Many heard the rumor is reported that Gloria Constance ran in all Directions when Devant 73 Se tbs Kid (Boh Hudson)

that George Christopher was involved but the truth is that it wasGeorge's went to 1063 W. Duval St where began firing the pistoL Investi- s31.1:13*3 9e The Capsule Rte News Boh Hudson A Weathers ) WHITE PERCH lb. 350
brother-in-law's brother. Jenkins is the brother of Alice Viola Gettis lives with Allen and gators said the three men appar- Bee *11:11*3 Capsvle with News Johnny A Weather . .
Jnmpln
t3: -
Glenn and Jessie Jenkins Boddie. started an argument During the ently refused to give way and (Johnny Shaw)
blocked Devant's The l/31.11x7[ Capsule News A Weather Virginia CROAKERS lb. 250
path. fight
course of the argument the ex- 1/X3.: lle Gospel'Tram Number One .
was witnessed by a crowd of peo Grace)
wife allegedly stabbed the younger le> 113 camp New 'A Weather

woman in the shoulder. ple. 113: 12t Oospjel DieITIIa Train.Gate Number) One KINGFISH STEAK lb. 490

The victim was taken to DuVal 1:11. 12:15 Local New (Jeye

NOTICE Medical Center for treatment but 2:15[ 123 Man Jeynet On) Street (Shaw A SNAPPER FILLET lb. 59C
said she.did not wish to prosecute. )
_: : AND ''CLUB ; Witnesses to the stabbing were : He'p' Wanted 25 23S1 .- P:esHudson A Woman(Joyce World Joyner l! CHURCH 490
1 Evelyn Hodges 1063 W. Duval St. le 13 Capsole Joynor) News A Weather .
James Hodges 1063 W. Duval Stand MAID -.Live on premises. Good 13: 2e Gospel Train Number

| REPORTERS ; James Allen 1063 W. DuvaL disposition. Like children. Private 2e 23: Capinle Two fMerrtn News Grace A Weather) SELECT OYSTERS pi. 980
ji i room. TV and bath. Health 213.331 Jompin with Johnny

: card and references. $20 per wk. *1m News Shaw)A Weather SPANISH MACKEREL lb.

; The "Florida Star" YourEditorial Write Mrs. F. M. Leigh. Box 38. 3.3 4e Jvapta(Johnny wtth Shaw Johnny) 350

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