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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 26, 1956
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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summary S. District judgment Judge Dozier signed A.by De-U :

frj colored Vane last citizens Thursday.were granted Pensacola the ShOws Negro Crime Only

r Golf use of Course.the city-owned Osceola

The court order says the ruling
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H.. agreement The decision between as based City on Atty.an Jim Crow Star EditionsAre Districting

xss' Churchill les son, A.Negro Augustus Mellen attorney and Augustus for Charles Dr. Char-Wil-R. Insult To Negroes May Be Illegal Blount

Jones'and Calvin R. Harris. The
l three Negroes sued the city last BY STAFF\CORRESPONDENTNegro
Nov 8.The safe to _say we think. that if any of us saw a colored leaders in Jacksonville saw this week what they regardas
judgment provides that the nan or woman making a contribution to someone soliciting an "insidious" effort to prevent a Negro from holding the office of
I regulations governing use of the funds for the Ku Klux Klan we would look upon him with Justice of the Peace.
I court be "compatible with the utter dismay. If it were a man who committed such an incredulous The observation came after
I rights: of the plaintiffs and the i act it Is easy to imagine. how most of us would howl: I County Atty.J. Henry Blount said elusion after finding two Florida
rights of other citizens of the city That" man must be crazy!I' Monday it appears that the Duval i Supreme Court decisions which
and for the best interest of the It is only natural that most of us would think that acolored Board of County Commissioners held that the county commissioners -
city." person .who makes a contribution to the Ku Klux has no control over boundaries of I have no authority over estab-
It also specifies that the regula- ]Klan must be out of his mind or just plain dumb stupid. justice of the peace districts. lishing justice of the peace dis-
tions preserve the peace and tran- ]Doesn't he jaw whatthe Klan stands for: cross burnings, The commissioners ,had asked tricts. ,
quility of Xh6leonmiun1ty71>urihatthe lntunidatlontwh te._. supremacy, denial of equal employmentand their attorney to look into the
white and 'Negro citizens be educational opportunities, keeping Negroes in a servile, matter and his report was that the Both decisions, which vest that
given equal rights at the course., second place position as citizens -. Everybody knows the five justice of peace districts as authority in the State Legislature,
I Mellen said the city will con- Klan means us no good He knows all this and he still now set up may be illegal came after the present five dis-
GIFT OF APPRECIATION Dr. Evan S. Hurley left minis. struct a separate golf pro shop ]make a contribution to the Klan. How ignorant can one be? Many observers expressed the tricts were set up under a 1949
ter of Ebenezer Methodist Chuxch of Jacksonville Florida receives for Negroes at the course. Where is his race pride? He is a traitor to the race or view that the sudden decision to legislative act. Following the
Loyalty Share Certificates for "his outstanding contribution to theBethuneCoolcman insane to the 'nth degree; look into legality of the district wording of that act, the Board of
College Development Fund. It is hard to believe that there is a colored man or womanin set-up was inspired by the nomination County Commissioners in 1950
President Richard V. Moore of Bethune-Cookman College made Delray Beach Jacksonville who would support the Klan. But, actually. of Ernest Jackson. Negro submitted: the measure to the
the presentation at the recent meeting of the Duval County Com there: are thousands of us who indirectly contribute to the attorney who defeated Miss Sarah voters and it was approved The
mittee. Mr. Fred B. Noble. chairman and Mr. L. I. Alexander, co- Puts Segregation Klan when we support institutions and establishments that Bryan. incumbent and Steve commissioners then set up the
'chairman.. either subscribe to Klan ideals or practice discriminatory .vncker for the post of Justice of districts.
methods which rob us of our right to equal opportunities and the Peace of the Second District.A .
Law InEffect Blount said that his study
full citizenship. week after Jackson polled a
based on the Supreme Court cases,
WHO ARE THEY? majority of 7.595 voles to win the
School Teacher show that the districts as set.up.
Suspend DELRAY BEACH Segregation They are the men and women who subscribe to the local nomination without having to not the act itself should han-
was "reinstated" at the beach white press which practices the vilest type of discriminationon enter a run-off on May 29. Ray been approved by the voters.
here last Wednesday.The our people. Here are publications that send representativesto Boree a white local businessman
On Immorality Charge City Commission using our homes and ask us to subscribe for their papers but tell i announced that he would be a The commissioners asked Blountto
write-in candidate in the November seek to arrange a conferencewith
"police power to prevent inter- us, quite frankly, that news about our social and religious
racial riots" passed an ordinance affairs will be on a separate. segregated page. They want 5 general elections against the county's legislative dele
barring colored people from using segregation-even of news. Jackson. gation to discuss what steps to
A dismissal hearing for a Jacksonville school teacher charged Blount said he reached his con- take in the matter.
beach The law
the, and city pooL This type of segregation is based on the principle of telling -
with indecent exposure and careless and reckless driving will be was passed at an emergency 'colored citizen he must pay the price for a bus or train
held- by- the.Board of..Public- Instruction.- on June 6 at 9 a. m. meeting attended. by. four of the ticket but sit in the rear. It has been outlawed by the Supreme
The hearing was fixed in the city- five commissioners. Court and a sturdy group of men in Montgomery, Ala. are Negro Doctor Donates
case involving Willie LeRoy Harley board on Martinez Baker's motion Two weeks ago Mrs. Katherine still carrying out a boycott of the city buses rather than
36, a mechanical drawing instructor upheld Barley's suspension by Strong one of the commissioners accept second class citizenship while paying first class rates.
at Isaiah Blocker School Mrs. Iva T.Sprinkle, superintendent announced the beach open to The plan by which our local daily press pushes the news To
The board was informed that the of public instruction. The for- everyone and following this an-, about the better side of ,Negro life on a segregated "star edi- $100,000 Hospital .
school superintendent had suspended mal charge at the school hearing nouncement a colored group went tion" page that goes only into colored homes does the colored
Harley on the grounds of will be "immorality" Adams said. swimming on the beach without people a great injustice. The stories about Negro citizens __ 4
criminal charges filed against incident. This "was' followed by a working on projects like the Community Chest the Cancer New York -A gift of $100,000 for a surgical research laboratoryat
him.Harley cross burning at, a colored club. Drive, the Christmas Seal Drive or items about our forumsmen the Harlem Hospital was presented the _hospital by Dr. Godfrey
was bound over to Crim Boys Gel Shot This week-end police had to clear and women who are doing outstanding work are kept Nurse.
inal Court under $1,000 bond aftera the beach after white and colored from from the rest of eur fellow white citizens. But on the Dr. Nurse said he had made the
preliminary hearing before Jus- bathers "verbally battled." Fol- other hand, when a colored citizen Is involved in a crime it endowment in the hope that a I .r t
tice of the Peace George Harris. Going To MoviesJohnny lowing this incident the city'sacquatic appears in_ a prominent position in the regular editions that far-sighted program of Dr. Aubrede
His arraignment is set for June 26. director refused to open all can see. Maynard, surgery director and I
Road Patrolman R. N. Miller ,the poolThe that white know only his associates would be fulfilled I
Lee Richardson 15, of The result is our neighbors us as
signed an affidavit accusing Harley 1417 Morgan St, was shot in the I ordinance sets maximum :criminals and do not know of some of the other good and Dr. Maynard said the new unit I .
of indecent exposure on Pick- left leg three inches above the penalty at $500 fine and 90 daysin wholesome things that occupy the attention of decent colored would be called the Godfrey F-
etsville road, and also with caus- ankle while he was on his way to jail for violations. The law was citizens. It is unfair and unjust. It is unjust to colored people Nurse Laboratory for Experimental -
ing an accident by reckless driv- the Skyview;: Theater with some passed at a meeting called with- to show us only in an unfavorable light and it is unfair to Surgery. It will give to surgi- I
ing.Pending I of his companions, and as they out public notice but attended by white people to deprive them of some parts of the paper as cal residents in the four-year
the June 6 hearing the Mrs. Strong was not of both sides of the activities at the hospital
entered the driveway to the newsmen. well as the opportunity knowing training course op-
I theater, a shotgun blasted out and present at the emergency meetingand I of their Negro neighbors.The portunity for research.Dr. .
; shots struck Richardson. "was not available for comment white press which insults colored citizens with a bitter Nurse entered the medical
Applications Open Witnesses to the shooting were I,I pill is not altogether to blame for the pill is coated with! community of New York City in
James Scriven 1400 block Grothe,I i i sugared chocolate so much so that many of us do not fully an era not so favorable to the
Alonzo Williams, 1465 Kings Rd., realize what we are swallowing nor the harm we are doing| Negro physician 1914. He worked
For Postal Jobs Bobby Simons. First Street and Stabbing Victim I ourselves when we. accept that "Page of News For and About every inch of the way for his
Brady Court, who was supposedto I Colored People.. education in British Guiana and I
Examinations are open for substitute -* have been hit also and Eddie On Critical List I Many of us are blinded by the fact that the jim-crow through Long Island Medical Col-
clerk substitute carrier Mathews, 45th Street pages provide us with a means of publicizing ourselves and I
and substitute special delivery Richardson and the four wit, having our pictures published. But that is the short-sighted lege.His medical career received impetus
messenger at the JacksonvillePost nesses said they were going into Elijah Williams, 25, of 803 W. view. It does us more harm than good because we are pub- from the late Dr. Walter G. -
Office. the pedestrian seating area at the Duval Street was reported to be licized among ourselves but held up for ridicule to the rest of Crump prominent surgeon, then DR. GODFREY NURSE
Applications will be acceptedfrom Skyview when a man unknown to in a serious condition at the Duval the world. >. at Community HospitaL makes contributionThe :
persons residing in this area any of them asked them where Medical Center, the victim of It would appear that it is time that the ministers, whose
who are bona fide patrons of the they were going. One of them an- stab wounds in the chest congregations support these jim-crow page editions, would Besides his life-long work as a gift is believed to repre-
post office here. Applicationsmust swered "Nowhere" and they start The victim was in such a criti- point out to their memberships the social stigma that these general surgeon. Dr. Nurse main- sent the largest cash contributionever
be received on or before ed running. The man is reportedto cal condition that police were un- pages place upon our people. tains an interest in many cultural made by a Negro in the Uni-.
June 6.The have fired on the boys with a able to secure any informationfrom It seems to us that if the white presses wanted to be fair: ,, matters. He was one of the found ted States. -
beginning basic* rate of shotgun wounding Bobby and hitting him about the stabbing. He honest and undiscriminatory they would send the pages with, ers of the Shakespeare Theatre
$1.82 per hour.Necessary payis Johnny in the leg. was carried to the hospital in police .- the "colored news" into all homes or print all types of newsabout I and Academy at Stratford, Conn. FLORIDA STAR .' '
treated and ambulance. colored all At present he plans a fourmonthvisit
forms and detailed The victims were on pages.
information may be obtained from released Sgts. F. A. Gruber, W. C:: Witnesses were Mary Williams. Meantime let our colored citizens be reminded that when. to the Mediterranean to (IN EVERY '<- -
H. W. Duval St Roberta Robinson Jim-crow editions they are supporting institu. study the history of the civiliza-
the examiner in charge at the Barber, and Patrolman _'G. 803 they support COLOR e.HOry'E. .
!'Ost Office Building. Touchton investigated. 803 W. Duval St I lions that serve to keep them as second class citizens. tion of the basin peoples.


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Tw THE fLOUDA STAR Saturday, May 26, 1956
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n t ... f GROUPS* __JJ r dI _
.P.bltshed" by The Florid Star Pabluhlng Co.-
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f Ii.it Lois Dickson Irish prominent young Harlem leader and
Mail Address
,.. :
*? P. 0. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida IGNORANCE Co-Chairman of the local Stevenson for President Committee, called
423'Bread Street, Jacksonville, Florida Phone Elgin 4-3773 the formation of a young Republican group in Harlem last week "as
FEAR just one of those Republican gimmicks that crop up during election

ERIC 0. SIMPSON .........._.........._...........__._. .. ......... Managing Editor years." -
C. Parhaai Johnson ............_..___.....?__.__.._................. Now Staff y tw "Here you have," she commented Spencer."
} "some supposedly intelligent "To top this even" Mrs. Irish
Member of Associated Negro Press ? GRPi
young men and women who, on said, "is the fact that they have
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the one hand, vilify the Democratic not breathed one word about a
Or.. Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1 JO Party and yet, on the other part-time President who is too
Moiled To You, Anywhere. !. the United States. take credit, as Republicans, for busy playing golf and resting to
Subscriptions Parable. !. Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To:
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA 4Ir ;.rf r all of the civil rights measures use the great political and moral}
that were in fact initiated by powers of his office to act POSI-
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: these self-same Democrats." tively to prevent and allay rising

1. Negro Firemen. ___ "Even more amazing however, racial tensions and violence in the
2. More Negro Police Officers. is the fact that the group has South." "Nor have they" the
,3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. taken no cognizance of the recent Stevenson supporter continued.
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the Republican deal that replaced "even asked themselves why it
Building Program.Democrats Perry Howard long-time Negro took four months for the administration.s -
Committeeman from Mississippi Attorney-General to introduce -
.r'' and that now gives Republican a civil rights program be-
Gel Small Business Experts _fJTY c .r Mf patronage in Mississippi to Sena- fore Congress and a weak one at
t. tor Eastland, as dispensed by the that.
'_ leader of the White Citizen's Mrs. Irish said in the light of

To Help Shape Parly Policy For '56 I II r_ : +. Councils of that State. E. O. Speaker Schenectady Oswald) recent D. attack Heck's on(Rep the

I AQUARIUSBorn Chairman and functions of the
The Democratic has enlisted board of ten small i
Party a Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 New York State Commission
business experts to help shape party policy for the 1956, May 24th to 31st Against Discrimination "the group
Presidential campaign.In might do well to expend its enC'Tgies -
This period adds to the stresses
announcing the formation of the Advisory Committee j and strains that accompany romantic on cleaning house in the
oh Small Business, Chairman Paul M. Butler of the Democratic I' interludes and efforts to New York State Republican party

National Committee said the move re-emphasized the control and train the yt.'-ngatersin rather than talking sheer non-
Democratic Party's traditional: stand as defender and cham- But sense about the party: of Roose-
your care. as long as you
pion of America's small and independent businessmen.The velt, Lehman Truman and Stev
'THE COURTS HAVE NOW BROKEN THEIR GRIP. NEXT STEP ?" retain your sense of humor, and "
. committee of independent businessmen, members of complete emotional self-control, enson.
Congress and administrators will be "I am confident" she concluded.
government you can manage to bring things to
headed by'Senator John J. Sparkman of Alabama and Representative fair day for productivity, profit- a happy pass and to create friendliness "that the citizens of Harlem will
Wright Patman of Texas, chairmen of the Senate taking and holiday preparations on the way. Controversiesof continue to follow the leadershipof
and House Small Business Committees, respectively. Your Weekly Prudence on the highways, at a marital, partnership or com- Adlai E. Stevenson and the
work and in behavior is essential. Democratic this and
"These valuable men, all of whose records in behalf of petitive nature could return to Party year
independent American free enterprise are outstanding, will Horoscope Guide 990887814188LIBRA frustrate you and recreate the not be led"astray by Republican

help the Democratic Party maintain a strong, effective policyto concerns you should be doing distortions.
Mrs. Irish Assistant Directorof
preserve small business as a fundamental part of our your best to eliminate. A good is
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR the National Scholarship and
American economic life," Butler said. Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 bout of introspection and medita-
Service Fund for Negro Studentsand
"The Eisenhower Administration has hurt small business. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL May 24th to 31st tion could show you the way out
Secretary of the New York
While of General Motors and other of your dilemmas This is the dayto
profits giant corporationshave PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES You again have the advantageof Chapter of the Radcliffe College
watch lest make a serious
skyrocketed, small business failures have doubled and friendly advice and the supportof you Alumnae Association.
the net earnings of small businessmen have fallen off sharply. those who hold your in affec- slip detrimental to yourself.

"Calculated Administration policy has fostered mergers cautious. tion. Pay close attention to mail 41730-22-59-777

and squeezed out the little fellow. Regulatory agencies have Born March 21 thru April 19 950331867324CANCER and public reports on these daysas -PISCES-- Atoui reoiff

favored big industry and big banking while the Justice De- May 24th to 31st you may receive informationthat Born Feb. 19'Ibm March 20
partment' has been slow to bring effective anti-trust actionto may be of value to you A
Although have made May 24th to 31st Nathaniel Rogers, member of
you may
protect small competitors, Butler charged. previous arrangements to embarkon Born June 22 thru July 22 troubled domestic situation could This sign can light the way to West Union Baptist Church and
"All this must stop. We must not only keep small_ busi- a voyage, for business or pleasure May 24th io 31st be created if friends or ill-advised the accomplishment of your major president of the Hoodites Club,
ness alive, but also healthy and thriving," he said. this does not seem to be the Readjust your methods when attachments are permitted to lure aims, especially if you have learn- continues ill in his home at 1439
The Advisory Committee will serve three functions, But- proper time to go ahead with you see a chance to add to your you away from home and family ed the value of long-range planning W. 14th St.
ler indicated. It will aid the 1956 Democratic Platform Com- unless it is absolutely unavoidabledue earnings and financial reserves. obligations. There are signs of foresight, providence and
mittee in shaping a strong small business plank; help tell the to circumstances not of your This is a good time to add to your pleasurable events in the making patience. With the family totallyin Miss Mayola Thomas of Gaines-
public of the importance Democrats attach to the healthy own making. Guard against emotional wordrobe, to lay in supplies, and which should not fail to be excit- accord and backing you to the ville is in the city visiting relatives -
survival of small business; and assist In devising special mate- involvments that could detract to look after dependents and pets. ing to you and those closest to limit, you also enhance your and friends. Miss Thomas is
rials for the campaign. from your prestige threaten The possibilities of achieving a your heart. Exert all efforts to chances of carrying off a successin the granddaughter of T. E. Webb
Serving on the board with Senator Sparkman and Repre-I your station in life alienate your sound formula for eventual fin- forestall heartbreaks. and mone- business, an advance in posi- and grand niece of Deacon and
sentative Patman will be: Herbert Barchoff, New friends. Extravagant pleasures or ancial Independence through joint tary 7-44-50-98-11-21 reverses (31st) tion, or other benefit in the not Mrs. James Webb of 1209 Rushing
Chairman of the National Association of Independent Business promotional spending might defeat efforts and enterprises are accen- too distant future. Engage in so- St.
and President of the Eastern Brass and Copper Com- a speculative or creative tuated. The dangers* of miscalcu- cial, business, and financial activ-
pany; James M. Mead, New York City, former Chairman of achievement. Protect friendshipsand lations of a costly nature are SCORPIO ities only if you are feeling up to W. A. Jones of 1837 W. 10th St.
the Federal Trade Commission; Senator John F. Kennedy of pecuniary interests. strong. Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 par, and have all the essential is ill in the Lily White Hospital.
Massachusetts member of the Senate Small Business Com- 4-66-77-14-67-291 5774Q-:15-73-686 May 24th to 31st elements and facts at your disposal Tampa. Mr. Jones is a member: of

mittee; Representative James Roosevelt of California, mem- This sign should bring a finan- Between the preparation the local Lily White Lodge.
ber of the House Small Business Committee; TAURUS LEO cial matter to a conclusion that involved, and the actual holiday

Stephen J. Spingarn, Washington, D. C.. former memberof Born April 20 thru May 20 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 will be beneficial to your pocket- pursuits, you may find it easier to Timothy Jenkins member of
the Federal Trade Commission; Telford Taylor, New York May 24th to 31st May 24th to 31st book as long as you have acted forget your troubles and find joy, the Lily White Lodge of this cityis
City, former Administrator of the Small Defense. Plants This period brings up matters This period suggests using a previously with restraint and foresight peace and relaxation. reported ill in his home at 1116
' Administration; Miles Pennybacker, Norwalk, Conn., Presi- that are'related to your economicties calm and logical approach rather Try not .to come into con- 2-65-15-30-55-691 W. 17th St.

dent of the National Association of Independent Business and investments, and security than an emotional one in matters flict with the law should you be
President of-VoltarcTubes, Inc.; Laurance Henderson Wash- projects. Realism rather than that concern your friends, loved driving or engaging in activities
ington, D. C., former staff director, Senate Small Business emotionalism should guide your ones, creations, and pursuit of around the house to which neigh-
Committee;; Drexel A. Sprecher, former Assistant Administrator course on this day. Think of the happiness. You have the abilityto bors may voice objections. There PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
of the Small Defense Plants Administration under the possible future consequences be- impress those you daily contact may be considerable ado around
Truman Administration, will serve as the group's Executive fore you precipitate a showdownor and bring them around to your the house in expectation of visi-
Director. rupture relations with persons way of thinking through your tors or in order to make prepar-
who share your home and profes- persuasive powers. The same old ations for the holiday events in
sional interests Go after all the difficulty that disturbs serinity in which the family sharees (29th).
Jacksonville Needs A Negro preholiday business that is floating : your marital or public relations Make sure that nothing is amiss
'around if you are favorably may crop up again and platan around home base as the 31st is
situated in this respect. You can additional strain; on your endur- the day when all safeguards must
Read the "Florida Star"Do's
Newspaper serve with honor.if.you are called ance and well-being unless you be"applied.. t
upon to do so. can find ways to reconcile exist- 2-80-99-12-63-817
8-15-100-33-68-771 ing differences promptly. Make
all the efforts in this direction
And DorTtsInjoy GEMINI while favorable planetary influ- SAGITTARIUS

_Born May 21 thru June 21 ences are in your corner. This is Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21
the day when you must shun the May 24th to 31st
24th to 31st
.. .
---- t could
: showdown which change
This period can bring marital, Discussions, reasoning, and a
T partnership, and competitive mat- your way of life. spirit of compromise and concilia-
'.. I ters to the fore, and you will be 7-10-22-18-63-721 tion bring viewpoints into agree-

'called upon to use your intellect ment, and you certainly can take
'I,rather than your emotional responses vIRGoBorn the lead in setting this desirable
: to cope with them. You Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 example. Give some attention to
are in an excellent position to May 24th to 31st your possessions, cash and valu-
:J ,help others with their troubles or This sign advises bringing to able papers or objects to see that
{'t difficulties and it will make you fruition outstanding questionsthat no harm comes to them through

feel good if you do so unstintingly.Don't concern the family, the home, accidents, theft, or fire. These are
vo j. F. change your concepts or and your business or career. splendid days for community
procedures in questions that haveto When doing so, however, do not events, visits with kin folk and
it d v'F do with joint resources, accounts force issues, and be guided by the neighbors, social discourses, and

and investments as they signs of the times or existing cir- any other intellectual pastime you .
will prosper only when you ad- cumstances. You may also find favor.
Y here to the soundest and most great satisfaction through domestic 1-33-40-17-59-278
conservative business principlesat pursuits. Shun the strenuous 1400 WRHC 1400

\s. this time. Shun those who depress pleasures that may be a bit too
; t.p you and be more than much for your strength. This is a CAPRICORNBorn
Dec. 22 thru,Jan.:. 19 KEN KNIGHT
4h' # May 24th to 31st

GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 This period could bring to ,light Presenting

. c no U.. this ..,... Learn more about ,..nelf. Send 10 cents (one dime matters you would much prefer
i. coin) for each horoscope ordered by maiL Include self addressed relegated to the forgotten relicsof KNIGHT TRAIN
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I Iris, Garden Circle Ladies Auxiliary Of Mail Group And Celebrets Club Stage Interesting Events Xmas Savings Club
Slates Kid ProgramThe
Slates Garden Tour ., .....
_So 'f _=>0 __ -".}." ""'M'''' '''''' t';

0 North Jax Xmas Swings
The Iris Garden Circle will -
Club will present a Children's
sponsor a tour to twenty of the
Day program on Sunday, June 10
nembers gardens on Saturday, -
--I at 2:30 p. m. in the St James
May 26 from 5 to 7 p. m.
r AME Church corner 27th and
All members will assemble at
} mss. Jones Streets.
the home of the chairman Mrs.
Prizes will be given for the best
James Johnson, 1322 Davis SL
papers front "The Constitution of
which will be the first of four "
the United States.
stops to be made.Refreshments .
Monday, June 11, the club will
will be served at
F. i sponsor an outing to Fernandma
various points on the tour. -. Beach.
The committee on transportation y
reports that it has secured
r 4 ..
pS Mk Gamma Sorors
: Y Alpha
sufficient cars to accommodatethe i/ ..
members. rP a Will Pay TributeTo

Suggestions will be given on
Mrs. Mary BethuneThe
ways to cultivate better gardensby

members of the group. .Zc ; --A
r Alpha Gamma Chapter, national -
sorority of Phi Delta Kap-

L61E pa, in keeping with the Mary
,. McLeod Bethune Commemoration
Week, May 18-26 will pay its tri

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Born To UNIQUE EVENTS Two..of the events of last Sunday which attracted large GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY AT BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH When the Mrs. Bethune has left the race a
: numbers of Jackson are recorded photographically above. In the photo at left is a Ladies Auxiliary No. 23 of the National Association of Letter Carriers held their rich heritage of a deep faith in

scene from the Les Celebrets Club tea which was held in the auditorium of the golden anniversary on Sunday Map 20 at 3 p. m. in the Bethel Baptist Church the God and humanity.Mrs. .

Thomas and Aza Anderson, 4512 Clara White Mission at 612 West Ashley. Shown here, from left are: Miss N. guest speaker on the occasion was Mrs. Anna Arnold Hedgeman. Assistant to the Bethune founded Bethune-

W. Moncrief boy, May 7. Cherrye Bell, president: Nathaniel Roulhac business manager: Miss Evelyn Bodison. Mayor of New York. Mrs. Hedgeman in her two hour speech gave helpful informa- Cookman College which stands as

Daniel and Josephine Pittman, financial secretary; Alexander Roulhac, reporter; Miss Annie Pearl Russell secre- tion. In the group above is Mrs. Ruthledge Mrs. Skinner. Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Sims, a monument to her untiring efforts -
1948 W: 6th St.; girl May 7. tary: Elsie Johnson assistant business manager: and Miss Eva Dupree. Chaplain. Mrs. Broadway Atty. Jackson. Mrs. Peterson: the speaker Mrs. Hedgeman. Mrs. and love for the youth

John and Phibia Badger, Jr. Other members are Miss Ruth Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth: Williams. Miss Altamese Givens. Mrs. Burns. Mrs. Tolliver Mrs. Walker. Mr. Patterson. Mr. Walker and everywhere.

1153 W. 3rd St, girl May 13. Pinkney Miss Grace Vinson. R. L. Williams. Mrs. M. Roulhac and Mrs. D. Boddie.flbout Mrs. Harper. Back row: Mr. Dixon. Mrs. Cave. Mr. Rutherford and Mr. Harper.
Willie and Kate Davis 1072 W. I
Church St. boy May 15. Rosebud Garden Circle

Roosevelt and Rosalind Gamble. Aristocrats Club Of Fun Planned! For Scouts "Date With A Dream" (Observes AnniversaryThe
719 Court I, girl May 2. Pecple :: Day Boy Will Be PresentedBy

eighth anniversary of the

Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Thompsonof Will InaugurateBig I Al Myrlle l-; c. Ball Park Salurday .Blocker Graduates"A Rose Bud Garden Circle will be

Wedding Bells Philadelphia, Pa. are in the observed May 27 at 8:30 p. m. on
BrothersThe the lawn of Mrs. Gertrude Nairn.
city to be at the bedside of his -
.Applications for Marriage mother, Mrs. Maggie Thompson, Fun-O-Rec for Cub! Ik uts of Date With a Dream," a com- 1456 W. 20th Street.
Licenses of 1960 Mars St. Mrs. Thompsonis the East and West Divisions, Gilbert SeniorsIn 'edy in three acts will be presented The occasion will include a Garden -

a member of Day Spring Bap- Advisory Board of the Aris- North Florida Council, Boy Scoutsof Monday May 28 in the audi quiz conducted by Mrs. Flor
Thos. A. Johnson, 744 DeWittSt tist Church. tocrats Club Inc. has set aside America will be held Saturday :torium of the school by the ninth ida Cave, an instructor in the

age 28 and Juanita R. Mc- Tuesday, May 29 at 8 p. m. as beginning at 1:30 p. m. in the Operetta !grade graduates of Isiah Blocker Matthew W. Gilbert Senior High

Kinney, 742 DeWitt St. age 20. Inauguration Day for the Big Bro- Myrtle Avenue ball park. !Junior High School. This presentation School and chairman of School's
Willie B. Riley, 1813 W. 26th Mrs. L. V. Glover Clark of 1165 ther movement among the youthof Highlighting the cubbing events i marks the initial activityof Flower Show Committee of the
The June
St, age 20 and Paula N. Tarver, Hart Street continues ill in the the city. The affair is to be will be Mother's nail driving con Matthew graduating class of the promotional exercises for circle. Prizes will be awarded at
home of Rev. and Mrs. Joshua held in the Mathew W. Gilbert W. Gilbert High School '
1220 Price St.. age 18. test throw ball, broad jumps and this year's class and stars thirteen the close of the same
"An Old
Howard E. Merriweather, 3310 Manning. Mrs. Clark is a memberof SchooL i other games. present an operetta 'I very fine young people in humorous Mrs. Ethel Speed is chairman of
Kentucky Garden" based the
Buckman St, age 29 and Alta Midway AME Church. William McKinney, chairman of. and exciting roles. the program committee and will
Cub of
packs expected to partici- music Stephen Foster.
mese Davis 1613 Wilcox Court, the Advisory Board stated that in be assisted by Mrs. Ethel Speed
pate are Pack 43 St Philips Epis- The production will be unveiled The members of the cast are:
31. Mrs. Lottie L. Manning and order to create a.closer relationship Mrs. Audry Mickens Mrs. Fan-
age copal Church; Pack 44, First Bap- Ray E. Holmes, Deatry Lang, Ar-
: Monday night May 28 at 8 m.
of the the p. nie Mrs. Ella Watts and
Emanuel Simpkins, 1377 Milnor Terry, left the city recentlyto among boys city Mickins
son tist Church of Oakland Pack 51
; in the school auditorium. thur Mealer, John Bush, Romeo .
Ave., age 19 and Willie M. For- join her husband Lt. Robert L. older young men have to have a! Mrs. Frances Pugh.
I of the Ebenezer Dow, Monroe Williams, Jr., De-
syth Rt. 2, Box 244, age 17. Manning who is stationed in Ft. more personal contact with these Among the students scheduledto The finance committee includes
I Church; Pack 57, Antioch Baptist lores Gaddie, Annette Caine,
James Johnson, 984 W. UnionSt Carson, Colorado as combat engi- fellows in order to instill in them play leading roles in the operetta Mrs. Alice Jones, Gertrude Nairn
Church; Pack 58 of Day Spring Theophane Belton and Pearlie
age 40 and Louise Hicks, 984 neer platoon leader. the right paths in which to follow Baptist Church; Pack 73* of St. are' Venetia Mazeke, Thomas Mae Adams. Mrs. Alma Morris and Mrs. Carrie

W. Union St, age 40. I and the right course in which to Johns Baptist Church; Pack 76 of Moore Timothy Robinson, Steve Mallard.

Marion Pelzy, 530 Cleveland Members reported ill from the take. St. Stephens AME Church; Pack Marshall Gwendolyn Zackery, Miss Coatsie Jones is directingthe I All garden circles of the city

St, age 38 and Hester Deas, 530 Bethlehem Baptist Church are:'.. In making a thirty day surveyof 174 Mt. Olive AME Church; Pack Geraldine P. Williams, George play assisted by Mrs. L. G. are invited to share in this gala

Cleveland St. age 36. Mrs. Alma J. Best in Brewster the situation as it stands in the 175, Grant ,Memorial AME Tutson, Willie Joe Hall James Genwright JL.. Williams Jr. event.
Leroy Brown Rt. 9, Box 397, Hospital, Mrs. Bertha Davis in various communities in our city, Church; Pack 49, Shiloh Baptist Anderson, Richard Shepherd,I W. B. Langley, J. J. Campbell and Mrs. Beulah Harris is reporterfor

age 20 and Manetti L. Smith. Rt., Brewster Hospital, and Willie the advisory-boards submitted to Church; Pack 50, Second Baptist Mary Price, William Daniels, Jean I I I Gail Christopher. __ the group.

9, Box 389, age 18. Wright of 4848 Walcott Drive.: the parent body of the Anstocrats Church and, Pack 79, St. Paul Hall, Andrew Green, Joe Wilson.
Wallace M. Watts, 1339 Mc- Club the deplorable condit'ons. In AME Church.A. The Committee in charge of the

Conihe St, age 22 and MargaretL. an effort to reach as far as possible class play are: Mrs. I. L. Knox
Bradford, 1150 Evergreen Ave., Cants ; 712: E. 5th St, age 20. letters will be sent to responsible East. D.Division Maxey is activities chairman, of Frank the Chairman; J. W. Robinson, Mrs. jet ?(e Can for 1g'our

age 20. Ira L. Shepherd, 801 W. Duval persons in various communities G. P. West Mrs. Pauline Smith.
Franklin D. Woods 1534 Spearing St.. age 24 and Edna C. Wilkes inviting them to attend this Chatmon, chairman of the West Miss L. E. Jenkins. Stage Setting

St. age 24 and Alfrances Mc- 1343 Evergreen Ave;, age 20, meeting. Scout Division Executive.and M. L. Rudd is district and Properties-J. W. Robinson FURS

Ezekiel Bryant is youth coun- Chairman; L. G. Brown, Charles

sellor of the organization. Walden, Miss L. E. Jenkins, J. E.
Bryant. Tickets-M. W. Guyton and

Junior Crusaders H. R. Stafford, M. H. Gilmore,


.. Spring Fiesta Music for the operetta-Mrs. D.

Organizations Church Groups A. Jones, Mrs. M. W. Oliphant 1
Miss Helen Stoddard George Hill. .,
Set For June 4
Clubs Socialites Senior Class Advisors-Mrs. T.
Choir 2 of the Friendship Baptist -
beach P. Geiger Mrs. W. E. A. Hams Store Them J
Church. will sponsor a
ANNOUNCING outing Saturday May 26. The bus The Day Spring Church School R. V. Williams. Now!
will leave the church at 9 a. m. and the Junior Crusaders will Admission will be nominal with /ip

present.a Rainbow Wedding and the proceeds-to be used to purchase -

A: NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICE NEW BERLIN: OUTINGThe Spring Fiesta on June 4 in the the class gift for the school iJ

G. M. Champion Club of Day Spring Baptist Church.

For Banquets Teas Parties the Lewis Memorial AME Churchof Ernest Redd Jr. will be the narrator -

Programs All Occasions which Mrs. Flossie Clark is and Mrs. J. L. Terry, Mrs. Spellman Graduates

president will sponsor an outingto Smith and Mrs. F. T. Johnson are Called To MeetingAll
PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn New Berlin on June 1. directing.The .

Three Hours Notice The Rev. and Mrs-G. M. Cham- affair will be colorful featuring graduates and former students YOUR FURS

pion were given a trip to the Gen- the crusaders dressed as of Spellman College have CLEANEDGLAZED
eral Conference in Miami by this
Spaniards. been caVed to meet May 27 at 4:30p.
$3.50 Group PiclureIn club. They have returned to the Refreshments will be sold. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs .
per and reported a helpful
city very
Courtney J. Smith. 1102 Phelps St. N STORED
City Limits and enjoyable trip.FRATERNAL.

f "Secret"Theme in
NOTESAll Camp Meetings
CALL- ''

Of ACE Program The Holy Tabernacle Church at INSUREDCOLD ....

STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL members of the Masonic llth and McMillan Streets will \- 2 i STORAGE '
Family have been called by the be the meeting place for old fashioned -
District Deputy, Attrus Flemingto A veil of mystery clouds the camp meetings which will VAULTSYOU

42319You meet May 30 at 8 p. m. in the nature of the vesper program be conducted from June 4 thru

Masonic Temple on_ the tourth scheduled for St. Paul Leaguerson June 17.The .

floor. Sundaq May 27. "We've got a McCall Gospel Singers and CAN TRUST YOUR FINEST TO
All Master Masons, Knight Secret" will be the theme and and
the Celestial Spiritual Singers
Tempers, Sublime Princes, Royal local leaguers and friends will others will render music.
Get Arch Shriners Heroines of Jericho have to be present to find what
Don't Have to Go to Town to
Eastern Star, Daughters of the mystery might be. i

Isis[ and Heroines Crusaders are Miss Bryant is Vesper Hour
LOW PRICESOn expected. Chairman and her assistants are WITH YOUR PROBLEMS

!Mrs. D. A. Russell and Alice In- If others con be successful
Pallbearers Society No 20 will graham. Im life .. can you

Your meet Monday night. May 28, at The musical numbers .and the! REV. H. CLARK

7:30 p. m. in the Mt. Lilia Baptist speaker is "The Secret.

DRUG STORE HEEDS Church, corner 2nd and Jefferson Services begin at 5:30 p. rain JACKSONVILLE 1914 WEST 24th FLORIDA STREET I

Sts. Mrs. E. Campbell is the president the main auditorium of the

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store church.

We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn Club 1tete A. L LEWIS CLUB OSSIE COATS I

Your Local PapersWOOD'S TO MEET MONDAYThe Charier Bus Line
The Ebonetts Social and Sav- BRANCHES -

ings Club will meet Sunday, May
DIXIE PHARMACY 27th, at 6 p. m. in the home of A. L. Lewis Club of the Let the OSSIE CHARTER BUSES 809 Davis Street Church & Lee Sts.
530 Bloxham Mt. Olive AME Church will meeton Take YON for Your Beach Outi..,.
M. Houston,
Mrs. '
Monday May 28 at 8 p. m. in We Have Law Special Rating for Florida Ave." & Phelps
MYRTLE AVENUE Butler \will serveas
1302 KINGS ROAD .t Street Mrs. A. Schools l CUks and
of Mrs. Gussie Harris,
the I
3-5577-98 Bible
PHONES El hostess. The verse Organizations. t
W. D Br.f W. Alt fill All Doctors' Pucrjp4hns begin with the letter "C." 2344 Janette Street. New Plant Will Open June 4th at
Mrs. Mary Houston is the president Members are asked to attend. Phone EL 6-8245
;?PAYS YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE Mrs. Elmer Scruggs, sec The Rev. A. A. Redfield is pas. 1543 West Beaver Street 1413 Davis Strttt .-

BILLS AT OUR STORE rt-tary and Mrs. A. Butler report tor of the church and Mrs. G. R

ec. Ford is president.

I ISaturday

'''' fe.r THE FLORIDA STAR. Saturday, May 26, 1956


Bethel Members Hold "Appreciation Week" For Pastor


Rev. Roherl H. Wilson Is Hoiored I Sewing Circle Ladies Hold Meeting I Hi. Calvary Set j CHURCH

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For Service To Community, Church <,%- -<.: ':"rT',' .,. "" ::<':_1'U it For Women's DayThe I I NOTESActivities

r ,
scheduled for the
: :! women of the Mt. Calvary Evergreen Baptist Church are as
Because of the outstanding work accomplished by the Rev. RobtH. ,,
'. -' Baptist Church will have complete follows.
Wilson, Pastor of Bethel Baptist Institutional Church during the ;.::_ t .:
: charge of services throughout Districts 5 and 10 will
3 years of his pastorate and the contribution of service he has madeto .r 4 I r r ". sponsoran
t4 J Sunday. May 27, when the entertainment
: Saturday, May
the community life of the city, the church has dedicated this L
4 annual "Women's Day" will be 26 in the home of Mrs. Luvenia
week to him as "Appreciation Week.
,.- observed. Powell 573 W. 8th Street.

# Yt Nrf v r. Music will be rendered by the May 27 the pastor, the Rev 11.

Vocal Recital choirs and invited groups. H. Wright and congregation will

The Rev. H. H. Wright, pastorof conduct the services in the Mt

At New Bethel the Evergreen Baptist Church Calvary Baptist Church.
will deliver the sermon on May The Men's Day drive will be on
June 3.Choir.
s ; 29 when the trustee board will
rF dy ,
APar 2
S Appearing in a recital on Sun- observe its 29th anniversary. Ac- will sponsor a musical

k ; day in the auditorium of the New t1 rQpE .A f S companying the Rev. Wright will program entitled "Music in the
Air" June
Bethel AME Church at 7:30 p. m. be the choir and congregation of on

will be Mrs. Elnora McBride. his church.
The recital is being sponsoredby ; '.. ... re. ,, The public is invited.
the Trustee Board of the Second Bethel

9 church.

Mrs. McBride is a member of W_'>.':::_",3l<. "'>""" '. "'1! "' '- ",<-.,.. a. Fred Dixon Named In AnniversarySecond
New Bethel serving as choristerof
Choir 1 and is well known here SEWING CIRCLE LADIES MEET Members of the Ultra Modern Savings and Sewing Circle General ChairmanFor

having appeared on programs in who met in the home' of Mrs. Berlis E. Anderson. 666 West 10th Street are shown here. The group is Men's Bethel Baptist Churchon

the churches throughout the city; composed of Mrs. L. M. Harris. Mrs. Charlotte Dantry. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Shaw, Mrs. Lovett MitchelLMrs. DayFred the Eastside is in the midst of

The singer will render classics, Sallie Bowman. Mrs. Berlis Anderson. Mrs. Eleanor Jackson Mrs. Ethel Flo and Mrs. F. Clarke. the 40th anniversary of the church

:. spirituals and gospel selections.The Florida Star Photo Dixon vice-chairman of and the third of the pastor, the
the Trustee Board of the Mt. Olive
Rev. H. M. Mose.
public is invited.
REV. ROBT. H. WILSON AME Church has been named

_...work appreciated. Guests' Day PlannedAt Students Compete ST. PHILIP'S general chairman for the annualMen's Church The Treamount, the Galilee Temple Baptist Baptist

Services were held each nightof Mary Bethune Circle St. Stephen's AMENew KIDDIE CONTEST May 27.Program Day. Observance slated for Church, the New Mt. Zion Baptist

the week and will continue Presents Annual Tea CLOSES SUNDAY Church, the Mt. Pleasant Baptist

through Tuesday the 29th. Two Hope AME Church Sunday For ScholarshipsThe chairman, Dr. H. Church tSouthside( ), the Union
pastors with their congregations James Greene has pranned an in- Progressive Baptist Church and
School will observe Guest Day -
The Mary McLeod Bethune Circle The Kiddies Contest sponsoredby
choirs and ushers were guests teresting program with Atty. E. the Little Rock Baptist Church,
Sunday during the Sunday School
will present its annual tea four St. Philips's church or- D. Jackson as speaker.
each night. Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. in the session which begins at 9:30 a. m. ten graduating students ganizations will come to a closeon ministers choirs and congregations -
Sunday at the 11 a. m. service The public is invited.Church participated in the services
with Chester A. Bryant, of St.
Mary McLeod Bethune Community with the highest scholastic aver- Saturday May 26, when the
the membership of Bethel will during the week.
I Center, 531 W. Beaver Street. Stephen A. M. E. Church servingas ages in each of the two Duval sponsoring organizations will
assemble in the Sanctuary as an Saturday afternoon the pastor is
A program has been arrangedfor guest superintendentThe County High Schools competedfor make their final reports to the
expression of their Ipve for and NotesIt sponsoring a free barbeque for
entire Sunday School will
the'occasion featuring local the annual $500 Champion committees in charge of this
appreciation for the service the the members on his lawn 1131
musicians.A special feature of the be manned by guest teachers rep- Cleaners Scholarship recently. event. The following members of
pastor has rendered to the families Grant Street.
resenting the various churches of ,
will be the memorial Achievement examinations were St Philips are serving on the
of Bethel in their joys and I. has been announced by Rev. Sunday at 3:30 p. m. the Ever-
the city. Superintendent J. R.
service in honor of the late Dr. administered at the school board. various committees for this event:
sorrows. Each member will give L. B. Washington pastor of Mid- son Street Baptist Church the
Henderson, of the New Hope Sun-
Mary McLeod Bethune, founderof The winners will be announcednext Financial committee. W. Russell
$3.00 for the 3 years of his pas- way AME Church that services Rev. J. M. Hazelton accompaniedby
day School has announced that all week.
the college. Robinson W. W. Johnson, Mrs. J.
will be held in the usual
torate. manner. his choir and congregation will
I Mrs. Minnie Cave will conductthe of the children of the Sunday E. Bush Mrs. K. D. McFarlin, the
The speaker for Sunday morn- The Champion Cleaners Scholarship Sunday School will begin at 9:30a. serve as guests.
will be
School the guests and
I D. W. Perkins committee in of
services and Atty. charge prizes:
ing service will be the Rev. J. P. member is asked to bring Award fund was set up by m. with the Superintendent S. An after service with the pastor
i will make remarks on the every Mrs. Cora Rose, Mrs. Lucy Milton,
Reeder pastor of Zion Baptist another guest. this company during 1955 in C. Hart in charge and at 11 a. m. officers and members of the Tab-
life of Dr. Bethune. Mrs. R. Z Johnstone, Mrs. Beulah
Church Columbia, South Carolina -:, An invitation is being extendedto honor of a faithful employee, the morning services will begin with ernacle Baptist Church, the Rev.
Mrs. Cleo Clemmons will lead Hughes Mrs. Marie Stewart and
the dad of our beloved pas Sunday schools throughout the late Harry Johnson. It is repre- the pastor delivering the message.At W. E. Young, pastor, will have
.the in the favorite songs of Alonza Davis.
tor. The Rev. Reeder is past corresponding group deceased. city to be the guests of New Hope sentative of the calibre of em- The Guild with 5:30 p. m. the ACE League charge of the services accompanied
the Bishop Delaney
secretary of the For- Sunday morning.The ployee working at this establish- will begin with the president in by senior choir 3 and usher
Mrs. Cora Rose is
eign Mission Board-National Bap- Rev. A. 1. Scott, pastor of ment who believe that every Charles Armstead spon-The charge. The pastor or his appointtee board.

tist Convention of America and a Brotherhood LadiesTo New Hope johu Superintendent youth should be able to attain a soring Men's Club with Alonza ;Davis will deliver the evening ser Monday, May 28 at 7:30 p. m.

member of the World Relief Henderson and Miss Margo goal no matter what his career mon. the R<>v.V.. A. Mack and mem-
Sponsor Outing Ber-
president, George
Board of the World Baptist Alli- Brown the secretary in extendingto selection may be. sponsors Choir 3 and Usher Board 2 will bers of the New Jerusalem Bap-
nard Narin, Jr.; Mrs. Marie Stew-
ance. serve throughout the day. tist Church accompanied by choirsof
I The annual outing of the Ladies the public a cordial invitationto Besides the necessity of havinga art Daughters of the King, Cherill
The public is invited to join the church will conclude the
be the of New
guests Hope
Auxiliary 100 of the Brotherhoodof high scholastic average the following -Ann I Muse; The Women's Auxiliary -
with the members of Bethel in anniversary celebration.
Railway Express and Station Sunday School, Sunday morning. requirements must be met I Charles Parsons Jr., Presi- Local Ladies HelpingTo
expressing appreciation for the All auxiliaries and boards have
Employes will be a trip to Silver by competitors. Competitors must dent, Mrs. Beulah Hughes.
job he has done.OHicers I been asked to make a financial report -
Springs scheduled for Sunday. need financial assistance, show Plan For Program
to the
BAPTIST MINISTERSTO anniversary commit
Buses will leave the Myrtle Ave. outstanding skill and promise ina Homeroom Mothers tee.

Elected Ball Park at.7 a. m. Pickups will MEET MONDAYThe particular field and must exhibit Slate Last Assisting in the preparation of a
be made at Myrtle Ave. and Kings faith in democratic ideals. MeetingFor program to be presented Sundayat

For New Hi. OliveWomen's Road and Beaver and Lime Sts. Baptist Ministers Brother- Alice Mae Anderson, a graduate -I, Monday,_May 28 3 p. m. at the annual tea of Deaconess Board

hood of Duval and adjacent coun- of Mathew Gilbert School received usher board 1 of the First Corinth Observes 'EventThe
ties will meet 28th The Homeroom Mothers of the Church
Monday May Baptist are Mrs. Mary
Event the 1955 award and is presently -
I Miss Alice Boston 1956 at 11 a. m. in the Bethel attending Fla. A & M University John E. Ford School will hold Jackson, Mrs. Lettie Stevens and 51st anniversary of deaconess

Baptist Church. their final meeting of the school T. B. McCall. board I of the Macedonia Bap-

Newly elected officers for the 'Presents ProgramMiss Rev. C. A. Weaver will previewthe season Monday night May 28th. Introducing the speaker for this tist Church will be observed Sun-

annual Women's Day observance Sunday School lesson. Rev.J. Charlie Johnson. Jr. and Mrs.I The president, Mrs. N. R. Lowe, occasion will be Mrs. W. L. Jones.: day at 3:30 p. m.

slated for Sunday June,10, in the N. Williams of Wesconnett, will Nora Quarterman and other em- asks that all mothers be present Mrs. George of the Second Baptist A special feature will be the

New Mt. Olive Baptist Church Alice Boston one of Jack- give the order of the day. The ployees of the company have been Business of importance will be Church will bring the message.! presentation of musical and liter-

Hart and Brady Streets are Mrs. sonville's better known gospel meeting will be presided over in highly commended by Mrs. Iva discussed.Mrs. Other participants will also appear .i ary numbers rendered by friendsof

Willie Mae Davis chairman; Mrs. singers will render a musical program the absence of the president by T. Sprinkle, superintendent of Hazel Carter president of on the program. I the church and visiting church-

Ophila Corbin. co-chairman; Mrs. at Mother Helen's Churchat 2nd vice president Rev. E. L. public instruction for initiatingsuch I the PTA is recuperating in her The public is invited. I es. The public is invited.

M. L. B. Story, program committee Stuart and Ellis Streets Sunday Simpson. Rev. H. H. Robinson is an encouraging program for I I I home at 943 West 4th St. Membersare

' chairman and Miss Queen Es- night in an after service program. the president and Rev. G. W. Mil- the youth of this county. asked to visit her.

ther Jenkins, chairman of the Miss Willie G. Harris, who fora ler is the reporter. RITZ THEATREFriday

Young Women's DepartmentMrs. number of years has served as

Eva Jenkins pastor for the I accompanist for Miss Boston will Zion Hope Nursery 1fcu Can OUh 1fCUI* IIc/1fe and Saturday May 25-26
day and Mrs.Odessa Wiggins sec- again serve as Miss Boston's accompanist AUDIS MURPHY

retary. for this program.Guestsoloist Registration BeginsParents "GUN SMOKE"
will be Miss Essie Mae
Group captains: Mrs. I. McCoy,
Thomas. The Versiteers will may register their chil- and -
Mrs. Lola Webb Mrs. Odessa appear .a
Wiggins Mrs. Mattie Johnson, along with other groups. dren from 7:30: a. m. to 6 p. m. "THIS ISLAND EARTH"Sunday

Miss Queen Esther Jenkins, Mrs. Church members throughoutthe for the summer session of the 6 ak

M. L. B. Story. Mrs. C. Hicks and city will have an opportunityto Zion Hope Baptist Church Nursery Monday TuesdayFIRST

Mrs. Eva Jenkins. attend the program after their and Kindergarten, 518 Ever- RUN

Each group has been asked by church services, and all music son Street. x "FIVE AGAINST THE HOUSE"

the pastor, the Rev. H. L. Jenkinsto lovers are extended an invitationto Transportation is available to p C and"TENNESSEE'S'-

report $50.00. be present. pick up children and return them I I P PARTNER"
home upon request

Wednesday and Thursday

III: : 0' ATTENTIONOrgonimtions St. Stephen's AME "BATTLES OF-CHIEF and PONTIAC"

Day Paying for It as You Would Pay Rent

Church Groups
j St. Stephens AME Church will
Clubs SocialitesANNOUNCING celebrate Men's Day Sunday June

10 with the entire church takingan Jacksonville's New Exclusive Subdivision

active part in the activities of
for Colored FamiliesDIRECTIONS
the to
day according an announce-

ment made by the general chairman -

A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor Henry Belliny.AttorneyErnest Brick or Frame Why Pay Rent jFMS'

D.Jackson will
Banquets Teas PartiesPrograms deliver the morning message and Oak or Asphalt When You Can Buy

AH Occasions he will be introduced by Elcee Tile Floors. Paved a 3-Bedroom Home

'*' Lucas who served as campaign Streets. City Water That Costs So Little?
i manager for the attorney in his S .
SJPICTURES successful campaign for electionto a FASTEST SIUING

; On Three Hours Notice office in Duval County. woHAIRRL STRAIGHTEN

The all-male chorus will be
under the direction of Neil Bland

i '3.50 per Group Picture with Robert Freeman featured as DEPOSIT HOLDS ONLY $295. RINSE

Limits soloist. YOUR SELECTION, DOWN
In City Sunday School will begin at SO\D AT All DIVG stOl U

9'30 with a guest superintendent used by all pod boner .|..,.

-CALL- presiding and guest teachers. : Drive out Moncnef to 45th Street. Keep left. Drive
Morning worship'will begin at 11. out 45th to Cleveland Rood to Soles Office. Open daily 8:00 a.m.
; The Rev. T. Wilfred Bullard, to 6:00 p.m. Sundays 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. MX Oft IT ar HAMf-TODAY
pastor and his official staff are

calling for full support from the Jlcra /cIned, 9nc. Prepare your hair properly for *
4-2319 membership and an invitation is
being extended to the members of .PO 5-1686 (DAY) PHONE PO 8-3671 (NIGHT) ASK fQR PRMTRAt!

other churches.

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Saturday May 14, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Five;


i: Citizens Petition To Keep Recreation FacilitiesOF I v\


Appeal To Retain Gaith ParkIs ister basic also.American skills. of swimming may reg- Conference Delegates Discuss Handcraft rws.

Red Cross swimming I *

classes will begin Monday June *
Made By Episcopal Minister
11 at 10 a. m. to 12 noon. These *

classes are open to the public etp'fw \
free of charge. And it was an- 1 *
Tallahassee The Rev. David H. Brooks Episcopal minister, nounced that no spectators will be I Il .

appeared before the City Commissioners in their regular meetingand allowed during swimming classes. a.r II *

presented a petition containing the names of 551 persons opposingany Persons completing the course I *
change in the present status of Gaither Park.
will be issued the American Red
The Rev. Brooks said there have.
Cross certificate. Basic
been reports that groups or or- ..,,, I :
interested in Adults Can Now skills in water safety and artificial. 1 VtI
ganizations are pur- respiration will be included in the
chasing or leasing the park.
Gaither Park and golf course.isa Learn To Swim course. T1J. ,,
Adults interested in registering ..

new the for recreational city.colored people facility southwestof developed At LocalPool for.instructor the course, Julius may Guinyard contact at the the :6Z'aec! I

City Manager Arvah Hopkinstold Jefferson Street pool daily from e.
3 p. m. to 6 p. m. and from 7 p. m. r-- .
the commission a group had Private adult swimming classes .2P
to *
approached him about taking over will be conducted at the Jefferson 9p.m. .\ tip of the Pepsi Cap to
The pool officially June 9
the park and he had asked themto swimming pool this season, beginning opens these outstanding young
t 10 a. m. :Americans, who" make our
bring their requests before the Sunday, June 10 at 6 p. m. country and our community
commission in 30 days after cur- Adult classes will be held on a biter place in which to live.

rent improvements are completed.The Tuesday, Thursday and Friday *
commission took the peti- nights from 9:30 to 10:30 p. m. YourEditorial
* *
tion under advisement Earlier Sundays from 6 p. m. to 7:30 p. m.

this year it agreed to lease Tallahassee Classes will be conducted .for Page < *

Country Club for whites to beginner swimmers only and a ,.,yraa. 1 P i 2 -
a private corporation of white small fee will be charged for les- Speaks for Progress *

men. This was described by criticsas sons. Advanced swimmers inter- i *

a move to avoid integration. ested in going over some of the Read Page 2 t *

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ir> *
CONFERENCE SIDELIGHT A group of delegates to the AME Conference held in Miami ...

recently who took lima cut: from church affairs to discuss African culture are seen explaining some I .a ..-, *
FeedyourbabyCARNATION facts about the handcrafl of the "dark continent." From left are Dr Roy Ross, general secretary. World *

: Council of Churches who addressed the opening of the Conference: Edward D. McClain lay delegate., 3

South_ Africa: Mrs. Edna S."'ady. South Africa: Africannas Schaack South Africa and Bishop D. Ward *

Nichold of 1IS7York who has been appointed bishop of the 11th Episcopal District embracing Florida.I *

-Adamsfotos. i JOSEPIIIVE II. SCBL'GGS *
New Stanton senior

Ken Knight Attorney Jackson Veterans Pepsi-Cola nigh School dealers are *

I giving loud cheers to the *
treasurer of the IO-A-1S

America's Returns From Is Speaker For Corner Josephine class To of aid is grace a in member the and development poise of

1 the Creative Dance Group *
She is actively engaged in
church affairs ana servesin *
DeejayMeet Stanton Rites Here are authoritative answers the junior choir .
from the Veterans Administrationto *

'he" milk! four questions of interest to ** *
Ken Knight, Jacksonville
popular Attorney Ernest D. Jackson. former servicemen and their fami-

disc-jockey, returned last i recently elected nominee to serve lies: *

Monday from Chicago where he i as Justice of the Peace in District 0. What is considered full- *

attended the first national meeting -i. 2 of Duval County, will deliver .time training in a Korean GI Bill

.of the National Jazz Rhythm the annual commencement ad- I trade school course that consists *

';->;'< .- ;.,.. '... and Blues Disc Jockeys Associa- dress for the June graduatingclass largely of shop practice? *

_.,. .: ....
;- at New Stanton Senior High
; tion.The A. Full-time training consistsof *
group was organized last School on June 8, at 8 p. m. in the at least 30 hours a week for at

; :J Jt year and is composed of deejaysof school auditorium.Mr. least five days a week. *
both races from all parts of Jackson is a graduate of .
L: *
;ot :'Jl' the country. The organizationwhich Stanton and received his bachelorof 0. I surrendered my permanent

held a three-day meet in laws degree from Howard Uni- National Service Life Insur- *
4 the Windy City has been en- versity in Washington, D. C. He is ance policy for cash when I went

..?' .. ..< r i.Ft dorsed by all of the major recording a veteran of World War II in back on active military duty. I'm *
"" ". companies. which he served in both the Euro-
;. ... about to get out and I want to *
Among the aims of the organi pean and Southwest Pacific know if I can reinstate my per

t.' : zation are: theaters of perati n5. manent policy? SAMUEL FUSSELL, JR.
The local attorney is an active StAnton Senior
To improve professional activ- A. Yes you have the right to High School
member of the Second
; ity through exchange of ideas, Baptist reinstate your permanent: policy, Displaying business abilitythis
Church a member of the Masonic young man is a member
: techniques and trends in the radio but you must act within 120 days of the 10 A-7 class
: Order. Alpha Phi Alpha Frater and
i serving as
<< 4 ,., industry.To from discharge. It may be rein- business manager of the
of nity, the Jacksonville Business
keep abreast of musical stated as of your original age and class) lie smgs in the Glee
and also the
League and the Boy Scouts of Club junior
trends through collective discus- effective date, without medical choir of his church.
America. *
sions. examination, upon payment of the

To discourage the publication of Seniors To Worship At required reserve and the current * *
? : derogatory and suggestive record- Mt. Ararat Sunday premium. Any VA office can tell
Members of the New Stanton *
how much have to
ings which might prove harmfulor you you'll pay.
iy staff, faculty and senior class will .
t in poor taste to the communities *
attend the morning service Sun-
involved.To 0. I recently obtained a VA
day at Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchof *
cooperate with local civic grant for an automobile, since I
which Reverend Dallas J. Gra-
and youth agencies. am a double leg amputee. Will *
ham is minister.
To pledge non-discrimination. VA also pay for maintenance and *
The New Stanton Glee Club, di-
Membership is open to all Jazz repairs of the car? .
; p Rhythm and Blues Disc Jockeysin rected by Mrs. Alpha H. Moore A. No. Under the law, VA is *
and the Stanto Musi Cho directedby
America.At not authorized to pay for repairsor : *
Mrs. Annette A. Espy will accompany -
the organizational meetingof maintenance of the car.
". the body Jack Gibson of Sta- the group and providesome *
: of the music for the worship
tion WERD, Atlanta, Ga. was Iiij'V'
... 0. VA has provided me with I
service. *
elected president. Knight of
.: Elgin I'trnmttf Mobile,AIL,a Prize Winner of the Carnation Hometown Hettthy Baby Coittttt an artificial leg. and also a prosthetic i
.. WRHC was voted 1st vicepresident service card that I can present -i *

THE MILK EVERY DOCTOR KNOWS is say: "My doctor recommended it." ; Tommy Smalls of WWRL, PATRONIZE to a repair shop for repairs. R\RBAR\HOLCOMB *
New York City, 2nd vicepresident -
What is maximum cost of repairsmy
Carnation. It's the safest form of No wonder more Carnation is used ; Jimmy Woods of WJIV, Savannah Florida StarAdvertisers card will cover? New High Stanton SchoolA Senior *

.. ': milk for baby's bottle.. .the frost: in hospital formula rooms through- Treasurer; Larry Dean of A. The maximum is $35 Pepsi fanfare for thismember *

.. nourishing and digestible, too. No out the world than all other brands WCIN. Cincinnati Secretary and class, who of is the reporter freshman and

5 ; wonder out of 10 mothers who feed combined.No wonder you can trust Buddy Young of WEBB, Baltimore vice-president of the Four *

their babies 'Carnation formula Carnation: Milk! Chaplain. Billy Rowe of Roses is also Teenage a ran Club.dof She the *
New York City serves as Public school
Relations officer and Phil Land- ATTENTION >> team prize in which Washington.won D.first C, *
in May 1956.
wehr as Business Manager. *
* *

PHI BETA. KAPPA Organizations Church Groups *

: COOKING AND COFFEE, TOO SET OBSERVANCEOF Clubs Socialites Congratulations from Pepsi;

Cola to these three Merit
FOUNDERS' DAY i Award winners!

ANNOUNCINGA ; Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
The observance of Founder's Cola
salutations on Pepsi
t Day for the National Sorority, Phi TEEN-TIME. WRHC, 1400
gives you rich flavor and smooth Satur- NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor en your dial Saturdays 10 .
Betsa Kappa begin on
results every time...in every 11 A.M.
4 evening with the candle light
recipe that: calls for milk! day Banquets Teas Parties
service in the home of Soror Cox. *

Morning worship will be observed Programs All Occasions *

at the St. Paul A. M. E.
CREAhIY-RICH Church on Sunday, corner Myrtle PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn *

Carnation"creams" [I Avenue and 13th Street The Rev. Three Hours Notice vx
coffeefruits and
1 D. A. Russell, pastor.
cereals to *
EYApORAfEG: The public is invited.FRATERNAL .

., perfection.Carnation.is the :. $3.50 per Group Piclure ,

ttuahult rich milk that whips In City Limits .
M ILK % too!Get several NOTES '

cans today! ...
from Co /ifW Cowt" -
'J: The Price Hall Masonic Club --.:...- CALL I 1 jt

will hold their regular meeting Pepsi ColaDeokn
Sunday. May 27. at 4 p. m. in the II
Seymours Hall corner 3rd and STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL I .

'.. Millions prefer I to any other brand! Davis Street. 1 testJi Jacksonville
Members are asked to be pres. 4-2319 !
of vital importance
ent. Bnsinti I-, .
i will be dbcus .d. Refresh without flUtac have a Pepsi!


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I POM 'si THE fLOKlDA StAR Saturday, May 26, 1956


News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

Putnam County NewsBY Central :f a Edward Walers P 4:TAMU Law Group


t08 Madison Street E. J. VREEN Palaika Florida Academy t List Grid EventThe Attends Bar Heel

Phone East 5-3025 I' i _
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Highlights : {.:
1956 football schedule released TALLAHASSEE Three faculty -

T' by the Edward Waters Col- members and the entire full-
r1 I wjr lege Athletic Department is as: time student body of Florida A
"Every man must answer God in his own way." BY WARREN HOWELLThe follows. and M University college of law-

i. Four home scheduledin attended the 50th annual
Last week Mrs. Queen Sutton was our guest to the movies. This officers, members and spon- .;?. games are meetingof
sors of the Student Council of the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. the Florida Bar Association
week we go out on Washington Street and .invite a young mother of '' ''
The first will be in which held at
three children. Central Academy High School game Orange- was Hollywood

paid tribute to two council burg S. C. against Claflin College Beach last weekend.
lives upstairs while her mother members Yx I
MonticelloA She has a sister and brother and Luther Howell and Medford .... on Sept. 22. The students were Bernice

and grandmother live downstairs.If Davis, for outstanding citizenshipat Florida Normal of St Augustinewill Games Jennings 11. Best, Jacksonville -
musical will be pre- be homecoming foe Oct. 27. Timothy Castelle, Ft
program the young lady doesn't wish to the school, specifically in performing .J ;

sented Sunday at 7:30 p. m. in the attend the movies she can give the duties of raising and '." ...;t Sept. 29, Savannah State, here. Pierce; George lies. Lake Wales:

auditorium of the Bethel AME her pass to her mother or hubby. taking in the U. S. and the Stateof I .# Oct. 6, Albany State, Albany. James Matthews Tallahassee;and
Church. f;" : Herman Walden, Sanford
Florida flags on the campus re- ; Ga.Oct. -were
Mrs. Flossie Buggs, chairman of cently. The students, members of 13, Open accompanied by Thomas M. Jenkins -

the Missionary Promotion and The Florida Star requests Miss the freshman class and student ,""::: Oct. 19, Voorhees College here. dean; Miss Maude Johns n.

Educational Committee; Mrs.Hat- Mae Francis King to be our guest council,have been performing this '. Oct. 27 Florida Normal, here. secretary, and Professors N L

tie Mae Sanders, chairman of for lunch Monday in the cafetor- service despite weather conditions -I t}' ', Nov. 3, South Carolina Area Adams and F. G Minnis.

music and recreation! ; Mrs. Ger- ium of Central Academy.The for the complete term. Sin : Trade School here.

trude Jackson, chairman of finance Nov. 10, Friendship College.
cere appreciation is given them
and budget and Miss Josephine Applings on Durham Street by the president, Qwendolyn Geraldine Williams instructor in biology at Florida and M University Rock Hill S. C. Library Workshop
Sanders, secretary, have Nov. 17, Daniel Payne. Birming
their SundayMr.
had as guests Greene and Mrs. E. K. Pinkney has received a Southern Fellowship Fund grant.in-aid to

planned an interesting program. Shelton Taylor, Mrs. Lula Bell sponsor. attend the University of California at Los Angeles for a six-week ham Ala. Slated For FAMU
Some of the participants will be Faison, Mrs. Arnetta Ghent Mrs. With 18 lettermen returningand
study period this summer. Miss Williams. who received the B. S. and
the Tallahassee Singers, Howard Ola Jackson and Mrs. Ruth Thomas a host of talent laden new-
The next three weeks will be M. S. degrees from Howard University joined the A and M faculty ---
Academy High School Band and Jacksonville and Mrs. comers showing tremendous pos-
of devoted by the council in a grass in February of 1955. She is a native of Roanoke. Virginia. (A and M TALLAHASSEE The depart
others. Martha Home of Chicago.Mrs. sibilities, EWC is expected to ment of library service at FloridaA
staff James Walden.)
the between photo by
planting project on square -
wade through ,eight tough
oppo- & M University will offer a
Bruce C. Wynche, son of Mr. the main building and nents in creditable fashion. three-week workshop July 2-20
Corene Ellis left last Sat- trade department. Every studentis
and Mrs. Edward Wynche, will ofBabies" urday for Miami where site will asked to cooperate.The 'While Bus Firm TakesApplications for elementary school personnel
participate in the "Parade Lightning' where there is no organized library -
attend the Beauticians State Con- Thurgood Marshall'To
sponsored by F. Buggs 0 or centralized library serv

and G. Jackson on June 7. vention. senior class held-their an- For i Be Presented ice.

nual "Senior Ring Ceremony" on Is Legal Now Award "This work is designed to pro-

Mr. Frank Stafford visited his Thursday, May 24, at the C. A. Humanity vide for untrained persons skills.
grandmother Mrs. Mattie Stafford Cafetorium. Negro knowledge, and techniques for
EHJOY UJMOSTSHAVlHCi White Lightning became legal Philadelphia Thurgood Mar-
and other relatives recently in Pa- selecting, organizing, and admin-
lightning last week in Jackson- shall, chief counsel for the Na-
EASE AHD COHVEHIEHCEGillette latka. He enroute to Lake
was Students and teachers 'from Tenn. The Nash- istering library service for elementary -
ville. That's Association for the Ad-
N. Y.Members when a new whiskey tional
Placid ; ville Transit Company is accept- school children in these
Green Cove
Springs were guestsat
called '"White Lightning" clear as vancement of Colored People has
ing applications from colored men types of school situations."As .
C. A. 18.
on Friday, May
the mountain dew went on sale been selected unanimously to receive -
: of Joe.., .. Post of for bus driver positions. the final project, we hopeto
here the society's 1955 humani-
the American Legion of Palatka The Rev. L. Evans said negoti- evolve from this workshop a
Super-Speed ; Already on sale in other parts tarian award.
who attended the American Legion ations with the transit company planning guide in the use of library -
Pomona Park News of Florida, White Lightning is Marshall will be honored at
tonal $UJ181ADE State Convention in Daytona began a year ago when the Citi- materials in elementary
being distributed by Consolidated Brith Sholom's 51st annual con-
DBPBBBI AND Beach last week were: ProfessorP. zens Rights Committee asked bet- schools where there is no organ-
mwtE CASE Distributors, Inc. The price runs vention June 12 at the Concord "
D. L. Williams, Albert Davis, ter jobs for colored people with ized library, Miss Emily Cope-
$4.10 a fifth somewhat higher Hotel, Kiamesha Lake, N. Y. He;
$100 Elmer Reed, Mrs. Ethel Smith, By Mrs. Florence McBride I Nashville Electric Service, Bell land, department head, said.
II than the illegal variety of pop- will be cited for his leadership in
Mrs. Etta Mae Allen, Mrs. Ethel I Telephone Company and city and I
Services held Sunday at the 10ft.I skull. state the legal fight to protect and
and Mrs. Carrie Chislom. governmental agencies.A '
Mobley I Tamo Baptist Church were most But officials of the Lyndale Dis- similar meeting is planned strengthen the rights of Negro PATRONIZE

'enjoyable throughout the day. tillery Co., a subsidiary of Brown- with bus officials in Chattanooga.The Americans. Advertisers

Sunday School was held at the Forman Distillers Corp., Louis- committee described Marshall argued the case for desegregation -
as by Florida Star
usual time with the Superintendent ville, Ky., argue that the drinker the minister in education before!
is a group attempting -
with taste for will the Supreme Court, resulting in
Deacon Otis McBride presid- a corn get more
to lift the tensions of the peo-
ing. Morning services were heldat for his money-80 proof instead of the decision which declared segregated -
ple of Nashville and not a fund-
I r1'k 11:30 a. m. with the pastor moonshine's usual 70-75, and a raising organization.It schools to be contrary to LEARN TO DRIVE
delivering the message. : strict absence -of the impurities the 14th Amendment.
has connection the
no wjth
which sometimes ferment along Th Quickest The Eatbt
NAACP. To U.,.
The Sunday School rendered a! with ,the portable still type of

fine program. The Sunday School: corn. AJAXDRIVING

of St. Johns Baptist Church, Se- The product was developed by Negro Youths ACHING MUSCLES SCHOOL

ville, were visitors. Rev. Jack Lyndale at the request of the .
Rem_. .1M N IiHC. ...., ..hi... ..M.
Barnes delivered: the evening mes- North Carolina Board of Alcoholic Take Tests For .IM with STANBACK.Ubl..t..r,.wtft Control which last ;year decided TANBACK Mto fart. fcri.umferti.a
a sage. ...11-'...IMAM the TANBACK f....... George Perpend
ja.r instead of trying to wean moon- ....... ....,.1 .r.*.,.,....A type !..
I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Townsend shine guzzlers to give them a bet- Memphis CollegeMemphis trtfUftto. ... fart ..aMI .* w.> 1134 W. 5th Street

the of ter product.
arc proud parents a baby
-- --
girl. White Lightning made from a
-Two colored
kri mash of 85 per cent corn 15 per
applying for admission to the
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Milton are cent malt and aged less than 30
Memphis State College Graduate
the proud parents of a baby girl days-will enable the legitimate -
School were scheduled to take
Sylvia born in the J & R Mater- liquor dealer to "beat the moon-
screening tests Saturday.If HOUR
nity Home, Palatka, Fla. shiner at his own game, distillery
ADLAI STEVENSON has a sincere and abiding affection for children. officials said. they pass they will be accepted -

Perhaps there is no better demonstration of this affection than this The Pallbearers Lodge 189 had It's quite a game. In 1954, rev- for graduate work starting
photo showing him in his Illinois farm kitchen. after day June 11.Three.
a : trampingthe their regular meeting on Monday enuers knocked off nearly 23,000 l''
fields, Witt him is Janice Shires 7. daughter of a farm neighbor. other youths who took \
night. moonshine stills in the United CLEANERS
the test last February failed and
States (almost 4,000 of them in
were denied admission.
Mrs. Ester Burr is in the city North Carolina), and one of every

visiting her sister who is ill. Whilein four gallons of spirits consumedin

Stevenson PoposesProgram the city she will visit other the nation is reportedly moon- Ju;Sek ReiefofPAIN fnc; *-

relatives- and friends. shine.

For Children The regular meeting of the MusicalTo BACHELOR BUNDLES

Christmas Saving Club was held After Service

last Wednesday night.Wiffistpn.

AdlaJ E. Stevenson has called on both government and Be 'Held SundayAn I.GIA... NEURITIS PAINS .f with HEADACHE.STANBACK NEURAL TA B- 5 HOUR SERVICE

Individual families to work toward solutions to the problems I LKTB fI f POWDERS. STANBACK
.. .
after-service musical 'rMi..t f.rmwl. STAN-
pro- ..,,_ ....
facing American youth.In BACK combine 1 m iit llr s r
gram will be presented Sunday, cue< rli v.rt iIIt..OA. ... to ...* 4.... l.e.tif.lly U...d.red and Finished
a copyrighted article entitled "Program for Children" In n. .dd.d .If.etir..ta .f th..
fathers May,27 in the Mt. Olive Primitive MULTIPLE ,... .
the May Issue of Parent's Magazine' A program honoring igNdiots fcrww .I' m r.mpl.t
Baptist Church by the Bethel .* rli.f..Ming. nutty a..< Unn.n
Stevenson called on the government I presidential nomination declared that will be presented in the New MtisllyTMSTANBACK' HC_,..... ,.ito .
to create expanded public programs Hope Baptist Church on June 17. Gospel Chorus of Dinsmore.
I our school: system was lacking sufficient {dtJit41i
fa health and education" to meet Directing the. group is Mrs. 5W .
i Appearing on the will be -l
rooms teachers, and adequate Ag such childhood diseases Agnes Hartsfield well-known .
problems M i buildings to meet today's enrollmentand group singers, special soloists and gos- eVw'v. :
better educational facilities and |u- pel singer. Ev.rYNY -:".
added that there Is a great public others. __ _
Tenflt delinquency Proceeds from the recital will
: demand for "an educational system ,,s
H. warned, however that govern- that will meet today's needs and benefit the forthcoming "Men's 911 West Ashley 416 Main StreetI
ment substitutes fo..comfortabl. Visitors in the services on
projects ere no
take due account of tomorrow's."AH Day Drive.
and loving homes. daywas H. Harper of Gainesville,

Stevenson charged that an "educational that is necessary* Stevenson Mrs. L. E. Manning and son of

program which permits al added."is leadership to channel that Texas City and Mr. and Mrs. Ma-

perceptible number of our young I support to productive ends. lachi Manning: of Big .Springs, t7KITISItT'pE fERZ 30t7V1L /

people to rebel against society has! Stevenson also called for a "step Texas. f BUTl3tZEEZYI
failed In important respects" I ped up research program to take I MADe TIEN-Wc4U '',
However. Stevenson added "juve the offensive against such treat crip- DE56ERT K ITWBJTWAT
nile delinquency statistics prove'that piers and killers" of children as Mrs. L. A. Williams accom- Imo/ W4NT TWATOGETSO1ETl'Gi

not only the school but all of us rheumatic fever, cancer, multiple panied by Mrs. Susie Loadholt of -
hare fAded.n. ." sclerosis muscular dystrophy and Micanopy attended the District

candidate for the Democratic others Grand Household of Ruth Con- 4 ( /

vention in Delray Beach.

CHAMPION'SFacfory7bYou Walter Simmons of Ocala was G.

the recent house guest of his bro

ther, Bernard Simmons. A
cav.dsYAL cLA1 5St3RfBZYI


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Summer Dress Slacks $3.98 '
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Short Sleeve Sport Shirts .. .. $1.59 N/i

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Saturday.! May 26, 1956 IKf f1OR10A STAA
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Braves Begging For Beer Sales In Jax Baseball Park


End Of Beer Sale In Baseball Park GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURY Orioles Team ; :1/I/JAU: Birmingham Team

: pC/tJ It's
Changes Name

Could Make Jax A Teamless City 7' Z D LERG O .... 7'HG 7HlRO Sells OutfielderNEW
"/ :
;,HE 77NG OF TiJSKi' Billy Herman Dodger coach BIRMINGHAM Ala The
70 RE> <5A/N7NE PAIR PROOVCSO gives this tip to boys interestedin Birmingham entry in the Negro
To sell beer in the ball park not to sell beer in the ball & tx.EWEI<
park CROUNV ,E' J ONE QL" TNG tSPEA7X5lTcSl1TS YORK Dave Pope of developing into hit-and-run American League formerly
. .- That is the question. CEN7VR'Y'OF n'E the Baltimore Orioles has been batters: "The thing to worry aboutis known as the Birmingham Black

According to reports that have i traded to the Cleveland Indians the pitchout I learned that the. Barons, will be the Black Baronsno

been released by the owners of Informants have also revealedthe for outfielder Walter (Hoot) sure sign there would be no pitch-i longer according to an an-

the Jacksonville Braves Baseball] fact that League President Evers. Jack Dunn, assistant gen- out was when the pitcher tossedto nouncement made by Anderson

team the National Association of William (Bill) Terry is also deeply eral manager of the Orioles said first to hold the runner on. If Ross the new owner of the team.

Professional Baseball Clubs has concerned over the outcome of L no cash was involved. they're gonna pitch out, they'llwant Ross in building from scratch

been asked to designate Jackson-' this matter which will terribly % Pope a left-handed batter, was the runner to go, so they has chosen Jim Canady as the

ville as an open franchise. affect the present set-up of the : hitting .158 with the Orioles and can nail him. When I saw the toss new manager of the team which

The Florida Star contracted H league's activities. Evers, a right-handed batter, had to first, I usually gave the runner will be known from now on as

B (Spec) Richardson for a statement The one big question now con appeared in only one game for the hit-and-run sign. the Giants. The name "Black

but the business managerof fronting Jacksonville is, whether the Indians as a pinch hitter. Barons" was chosen because Birmingham -

the team informed the Star that baseball will remain or whether Cleveland officials said Pope Dick Young has this to say is the home of the

no statement would be forthcom baseball must go. .. i would not be kept with the team, about the furor raised over an Barons of the Southern Associa

ing at this time due to further investigation S' but would be sent either to Indi- ump or two wearing eyeglasses. tion.The

of the matter. napolis or San Diego of the Pacific "Most' umpires are over 40 and Negro American League is

Jay Enterprises, Inc., owners of Official's Death Coast League.Alihea need glasses. Only recently I sat i composed of four teams and they

the club, have expressed a desireto Causes Speculation On in a restaurant with a ump who opened the 1956 season Sunday,
get full cooperation in havingthe looked across the room and asked: May 20th with Detroit playing the

request granted.At Negro Appointment 1 'Is that Joe at that table?' I look- Memphis Red Sox and the Kansas

present however the statusof Gibson ,'ed around. It wasn't Joe. The distance City Monarchs playing the Bir-

.the Jacksonville Braves Club is CHICAGO-The death of Lavingston RlJP."> was no more than 40 feet, mingham Giants.

quite uncertain and it is not fully .Osborne, chairman of the A1El1l4R.K.A/STACVc/1! yet this man, too proud to wear Ross is making his first bid for
Still WinningPARIS glasses, makes daily decisions involving the championship against strong
known what the outcome will be. Illinois State Athletic Commissionhas t/ << tq. -
much greater distances." competition. He has agreed to furnish
Sam Wolfson, president and caused wide spread specula- i Jim Canady with the calibreof
major owner of the Braves, has tion on whether a Negro wouldbe Althea Gibson of New
The Cincinnati Redlegs have a players that will give Birmingham -
expressed dissatisfaction over the appointed to fill the vacancy York teamed with Britain's An-
policy which other clubs might do a real team.
drop in attendance and at onetime created on the commission.For gela Buxton and entered the wo
well to adopt. No pitcher is allowed -
threatened to withdraw un- a number of years it was men's doubles quarter finals of to throw
less better attendance was in evi- hoped that a Negro would be appointed SPORTING the French international tennis batting practice un- Yet he came up with a first recently -
hOPBY less there is a catcher in the cage.
dence. Now he is more-disturbed to the Commission. There tournament Monday with a 5-7 Too He beat out a bunt catch-
many hurlers throwmg.without -
according to reports over the were no vacancies on the commis- 7-5, 6-0 victory over Use and Ed- ing the Yankee infield by sur-
C. PARHAM JOHNSONTHE a mit as a target, develop wild
threatened removal of beer sales sion before the death of Osborne. die Buding of Germany.The habits they can't shake in a game. prise.
again from the park. It was said all-American team of Dar-
Osborne died from a heart at- (Pass this hint along to :your
further, by a close associate of HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS The 1956 title was won with lene Hard, Montebello, Calif. and
tack illness.
following a prolonged young pitchers-it will be one COLD SHFFEIEIS
Wolfson that' the drop in attend- For months his status on the hare left the country by practically a ne wteam. Only five Mrs. Dorothy Head Knode, Ala- way to help the youngsters gain
ance and the stopping of beer board was believed undecided due plane for Pretwick. Scotland members of the 1955 team were meda, Calif., also reached the control.) COLD clilc4MRfOf'ta yield quickly t.STANBACIC .

sales would probably place a to his failing health. But just where they will begin their seventh left. The five men are, Captain quarter finals defeating Mrs. *$ .,rttripti fefmwt
STANBACK tablets" powders work
heavier financial burden on the basketball tour' of Europe Zoll Randolf catcher Hal Trahan Nelly Hopman Australia and Mrs. or
; ,;
I prior to. his death Governor Left fielder Gus Zernial of the fast to t>rl9 qomfoHJria relIef! fr..ttr
stockholders than they are willing I William Stratton, who appointedhim The first game of the lour will be pitcher; Willis Johnson, third I Suzq Kormoczi, Hungary, 6-0.7.5. Kansas City Athletics has been in ; d,'v>rt j patting "nut0lM.'Vtturftfltand )
to bear. played in Glasgow against the base; Horace Ingram and Charles htilachtk dut to celcl.
chairman of the body thr the major leagues for eight years.
Jacksonville is one of the oldest years ago, told a news conferencethat Texas Cowboys who accompanied Collins outfielders.
the Trotters on the tour. BUNKY STEWART manager of the Augusta team
cities in the South Atlantic Lea- it was up to Osborne to de- of the
gue. Its entrance dates back to the cide whether he wanted to re- AL SMITH of the Cleveland Washington Senators was sent in slap Horace Garner on the back

beginning of the South Atlantic !main. Osborne stuck it out to the Indians is continuing to make the to pitch three innings in a relief from time to time just as though. Artide Reader's Digest Reveals
front office feel that it made no role he was another baseball player.With
League and with the exception of against ,the Yankees. It was
end.Meanwhile mistake by giving the big out-i the fortieth all of this talk about inte-
time Stewart had
the it suspended baseball rumors Pre-Menstrual TensionIs
years there are Jittery'
and all
fielder a boost in salary. The 1955 made his appearance in a relief gration the ballyhoo thatis
during the war days baseball has
that thegovernor might replace
ended with Smith being raised, the color of the
been a very definite part of the Lou Radzienda, senior member of season playinga I capacity and he has yet his first
city life here. the commission and. president of major part. in the standing of i' time to win. He has been with skin of Garner both men the remained only Negroon the So Often a Needless Misery!
the Indians. same. was
National Association.This the Senators since 1942, and up to
the actio'lt Boxing BIG BOB BAKER the big i this point he still has his first victory the field., but he was another Do you suffer terrible nervous tension stopped or strikingly relieved
No neededto would create two vacancies I ball player. This writer also -feel JIttery Irritable depaiD and discomfort! out of 4
surgery on the commission. heavyweight prizefighter who re to gain.UMPIRE pressed-Just before your period women got glorious relief!
cently stoppe dfJohnny Holmanin JOCKO CONLAN ina noticed that the Augusta team each month? A startling article in Taken regularly. PinknamU relieves -
black black numberson READER'S DIGEST reveals such the headaches,cramps,nervous -
wore caps,
reduce swellingof 12 rounds at the Miami Beach recent statement said, "I can'trecall pre-menstrual torment Is neediest tension during and before
their black
Auditorium says he is now readyto having called a strike uniforms sweat- misery in many cases! your period. Many women never
Negro Team shirts, black shoes black belts, Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the first day Why
painfiulpiles! take on all comers who will against Hank Aaron of the Braves
should This month start taking
how to avoid such suffering. you?
black socks with
attempt to stand between him and for more than half the season last an orange stripe With Lydia Plnkham's Compound Pinknaml. See If you don't
la doctor's tests, amazing new With Comedy Ad the .heavyweight championship.He year. He just won't let a good one around them. The catcher wore and Tablets they're so much hap escape pre-menstrual tension..so
Stainless Pam instantly relieved black shin guards withorange pier less tense as those "difficultdays" often the cause of unhappiness.
piles torture! Gave internal and is ready for the winner of the py by"WHEN approach! Get Lydia E.
external relief-without surgery! Floyd Patterson-Hurricane Jack-i MILT BOLLING of the knee caps and even his breast pro- Lydia Pinkham's la d.ct.rs'lists..tBtUpredict Pinkham's Vegetable -
A medically-proved ingredients relieve I Draw Top Gates i tector was black and when the has a remarkable 3 M!.!.4 WMMUbr got Compound ..
pam.ftchtng inttantlyl Reduce son match which will be fought in Boston Red Sox was called on by soothing effect on nfld.1.......&*.. ...i.I or convenient new
swelling. Promote healing. You sit. June. Manager Mike Higgins to go in as game was over they were white the tource of such W..I"U.I durl.g ..* I Tablets which havebloodbuilding
walk In comfort!Only stainless pile men right on. Now what about I distress. In doctors' tUw .....,..at_.. ..,._I Iron
remedy. Stainless Pazo Suppositories HOLLYWOOD, aFl .-The Ind- JOE BLACK formerly of the I. a pinch hitter, he immediately re- tests Pinkham's -- added. At druggist. .
Man to Man?
or Ointment at druggists. ianapolis Clowns and the New Brooklyn Dodgers and Brooks sponded with a home run. Man- *...*.*"r.ww

York Black Yankees went over i Lawrence, formerly of the St.. ager Higgins said it was the first

the top in attendance during their Louis Cardinals are going like time in his managerial career

barnstorming tour. They broke wild fire for the Cincinatti Red- with Boston that a substitute bat-

all attendance records at West legs. Both pitchers are doing a ter came through with a four I Nothing

WATCH THIS CLOWN Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and grfeat job on the mound for bagger. Mike called on 143 pinch; .

Daytona Beach during their swing Manager Birdie Tebbetts. hitters in 1955.ARCHIE if. finer L
47 19-64 I MOORE is all
set to
through Florida just ended. SUITCASE HARRY SIMPSONis

83-214-67 Most responsible for the enormous :- 'rapping the old horsehide far. win the heavyweight championship IU in
have City because he believes that : 1
crowds the Clowns and wide for the Kansas ;,
been drawing this season is their Athletics. Suitcase Harry was no should he win it Rocky Marciano '.i ia ia
3 1 will to the American
make comeback
a : -
"Rock and Roll' comedy shows slouch at the bat when he per-
o 7 featuring King Tut, Ed Maman, formed for the Cleveland Indians. fight him. Moore says he be-

1 1 Spec Bebop, and the newly found VIC POWER of the Athletics! lieves Marciano's retirement from taste.
I the ring is more of a publicity v G
third baseman, Prince Jo Henry. has been in an early season slump br
29-33-6 Prmince Jo Henry is just' as but appears to be pulling out of it i stunt than the real thing. Mooreis eR' Y6h
ranked the No. 1 contender.
sensational as a ball player as he now. He has started hitting the I ros.9
159-77-37 is a clown, and the other mem- ball with that old familiar Power THE SIAC BASEBALL STANDINGS .'J.Y
Honda A & M-won 15.
bers of the funmaking team are bang. -
Sometimes "', pSomatlmaa well known wherever the Clowns JACKIE ROBINSON, the old lost 3: Allen Unir.-won 11. lost
.'. 40. 4; Alabama State-won 9. lost 5:
have appeared. stand-by of the Brooklyn Dodgers
H. adds, sattracts. Morehouse-won 9, lost 9: South
H. wrki It all!! .,....4 continues to prove to the baseball
is not to Carolina Stale-won 5. lost 5: u aeatver'
j world that he ready N
PATRONIZE Tuskegee-won 6. lost 8: AlabamaA
hang up his spikes and to show
FOR JUNE 2nd I the youngsters how it should be & M-won 4. lost 12: Benedictwon

54-296-17 Advertisers don Robinson is one of the most 2. lost 8: Xarier-won 2. '

I Florida Star feared men in baseball on the lost 5.JUAN. '

base paths. The catchers, cannot PIZZARO, the youngest
afford to go. to sleep when he player in the South Atlantic

D D WAYNE i LAUREN IACAll once gets on base. The pitchers League, with more strikeouts i, 3rP7J
S ANJOHN I'BLOOD ALLEY"SUN. stay in a strain because any min- right now (near 100)) than most

ute he is likely to make a dash pitchers register during an entire .
THRU SAT. SIS"ER'SL stole home season, has been mentioned for
3 BAD 1st Jax Run for home. When he a
MAY 27 JUNE 2 promotion, possibly to Atlanta. It
few days ago, it was the 19th time ,
MIDNITE SATURDAY MAY 19th'REMlnE during his 10-years) in the major must be remembered however Sr
that Atlanta is in the Southern
"R.HYTHM L BLUES" league. Association and
with Birmingham
the winners of the Southwestern that alone spells doom as far as
the Southern Association is con-
Athletic Conference baseball title
ROOSEVELT SKYVIEW for 1956. Wiley shared the conference cerned.It __< May is National Tavern Month.
crown with Southern in would be a mighty big jump 'k Why not dine oat tonight! :

s.... T..s. MAry 27.29 S.... Tu.s. M.y 27 -29ht 1954.. for a youngster, who only two .... / ,
R..8r CI..ddle C.lbert "RHYTHM BLUES REVUE"aid
Barry SvWvaa Pfas years.ago was just the bat boy for
HfEXAS lADY" "PUSHOVER"PI. his home town team. It would bea
: "KILLERS KISS" blow the Jacksonville
Wed. & Th.". M., 30.31Wad. tNGIOWN KAIl mighty CAIVEKT
4 T..rs. May 30.31 ". AM A CAMERA""ROARING HURTING YOU! Braves to move Pizzaro right now 1
TIMBER" Plus anyway.

Friday & S.t. Jana 1.2 Frid.. i Sat. J... 1.2. sat in the grandstand last .

Phi drear: "BLACK! Cbph DAICOT 1 AS" "ROARING- Pfaa TIMBER""BLACK o .uoww. __aailte"' rt'i.oi'f> ,,::;t Q i GaO the Day between Augusta and ..

4R.ROW"" lad "ATMAN" ... Jacksonville and it was very iisnum U.. I.J.t IIEIHI niun' 11.1 nitf a ISS CUll IIITUI JMIITJ
gratifying to sit and watch the

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I. ThI

Saturday, May 26, 1956

I Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers

Hattie Daniels Stewart flew in from Germany ,to attend the

Chips Off The BlocksBY funeral of her father the late A.. W. Daniels. Hattie will be in Jaxons InjuredIn ACL Movingheadquarters I((6 Nabbed In

Jacksonville for a spell. Her big brother Billy could not get backto

JAY JAY the Margie States for Sanders the funeraL of, the Tropicana is now wearing a pony tail Car Accidents I Narcotics RaidMIAMI

She looks good. '
"Mama put de lights down low and cut de fan up high" is the To Jacksonville
We understand that '
Tallahassee Hunter and Jimmy Bums .
,sort of Calypso like song which is on the lips of every Jaxon this ?Irs. Lucille Bell of 1567 W. 10th A raid in the down-
made a nice contribution
to the
"Johnny Stewart Welfare Fund"
.' week. Babies it is hot outside and inside also: To sort of break the on Street was in fair condition in town colored district over the
the golf course last Monday. Johnny is telling all how he made
heat we took a quick trip to'the beach. When we arrived and lookedat the two business Brewster Hospital Sunday night Headquarters of the Atlantic week-end, according to state nar-
men swear off of golf.
Sam and'dem putting on their usual show, we decided we would following her injury in a two-car Coast Line Railroad will move cotics agent netted six peddlers

rather fight the heat and leave the beach on Sundays to the redskins.Tis Theresa Keyes stopped by the office. She was recently one of collision in the 200 block of Fairfax here from Wilmington, N. C., just two pounds of marijuana and a
the feature models in the Gallant Ladies Fashion Fantasy. few
a,pity that the only concern of persons who conduct resorts and Street about 10 a. m. Sunday. as soon as a $6,000,000 headquarters ounces of heroin.

places of entertainment among us seems to be for the dollar and Mrs. Bell was driver of one car. building can be constructed. Agent R R. Bellinger said the

not for the people. They close their eyes to customer conduct and Teachers Quit Ladies Auxiliary Daniel James Jeride, Rt. 9, Box Mayor Haydon Bums said he raid had been planned for five

everything else. As for law enforcement it is nil unless there is a ; 106 driver of the thercar.. was was notified of the selection of weeks and would make a good

chance to slap a fine on some poor chile and thus enrich the County Complete Plans For uninjured. Jacksonville in a letter from inroad into dope traffic in that

treasurer or pocket of someone. Won't Answer Pre-Summer DanceThe Champion McD. Davis Coast Line area. Three other peddlers were

Alex 1036 W. being sought.
Hardy president.The
Joe Higdon of the Hollwood Music.Store spent most of Thursdayin I MonroeSt
rain instead of Quiz On NAACP Brotherhood of SleepingCar also was in fair condition at railroad decided in Decem- In county jail is Jose Lamarto,
front of his store praying for the to fall Thursday Julio
Porters and Ladies Auxiliaryhave the Duval Medical Center with injuries ber that Wilmington was "geo Cesar Burgos, John Dancy
Friday. Joe has almost uncanny luck with the elements. It will
for their he received when he lost graphically Benjamin Thomas, Alfreddie Cas-
completed plans illogical" as a head-
storm until the hour of his presentations and then clear up.
ELLOREE, S. C. Eighteen annual pre summer dance. control of his car and crashed into quarters. teel and James Towsend.
biggest thing in town this week-end is the Big "Rock and Roll
Negro teachers have The event is scheduled for June another car in the 900 block Davis cities
resigned Many put in bids and the
hand. The
Show". Almost all of the names in rock roll are on
foremost white exponents of the craze, Bill Haley and his Comets rather than fill out applications 1 in the Two 'Spot Nite Club. Street. selection was narrowed a few MINNIE MINOSOHIT

are due to appear. The Comets are featured in the current issue including questions about their Music will be furnished by Baron Rosa Lee Campbell, 1411 Jefferson -i weeks ago to Jacksonville, Savan- BY CAR

views on integrated schools and Mc loud and his band. Street, driver of the other car, nah and Charleston.
of "Downbeat", and are on the cover of music magazine.
the National Association for the Advance tickets are on sale at was reported uninjured. Jacksonville most nearly met
Passed the Ritz the other: day and could hardly believe my eyes. Advancement 00000 I. CHICAGO Orestes "Minnie"
of Colored the
People. Hollywood Music Store and mem- requirements established in
At first I thought they were advertising some sort of western whenI Minoso, veteran Chicago White
Three others refused to return bers of the groups. Tables may be An eight-year-old girl. Carolyn the search for a new headquarters -
saw "manager" packing a sidearm. Upon closer inspection I Sox outfielder was struck by an
application forms asking the ques- reserved at the headquarters 823 Silpin was admitted to Duval site Davis said in his letterto
saw that he was wearing an automatic. Frankly I don't think the automobile here as he stepped out
Davis Street.RUNAWAY. Center after being run the mayor.
patrons of the theatre are so rough the manager must be armed. of a cab on the city's Southside.He .
In announcing that the 21 over by a car on Moncrief Road at The railroad employs about
Even if the manager does have legal use or need for a gun it is was taken to a hospital
teachers of the Elloree Training GIRLS Voorhies Road. The child suffered 1300 in its headquarters. It oper-
certainly poor taste to flout it in front of the patrmons. where he was treated for bruisesto
School will not resume their head injuries. ates 5300 miles of line from Richmond -
w On the subject of movies the management of one of the local BACK IN HOMEGAINESVILLEThree .. .. his right arm right leg and
duties when the school for Ne- Witnesses told Road PatrolmanDon and Norfolk, Va, to Jack-
houses expressed concern over the attendance of Negroes at rated right hand. X-rays were also
groes begins the fall term Boardof Powell a northbound car sonville and branches to Mont-
don't feel that the lack of attendance taken but there were immediate
"top rnoTies" Personally we no
trustees' chairman, W. B. Book- 14-year- driven by Joe Jackson hit the gomery and Birmingham, Ala.,
is due to lack of ability to understand and''appreciateOO certain typesof hardt old from the Industrial child. reports available.
who told
announced that the runaways They the officer the and into Southwest Florida.
pictures. We feel that there are enough folk among us who"appreciate" Elloree School for Colored Girls at Lowell child .
Training School teachers was run over by the front With families of employes, the
movies and would attend the movies regularly if
good will not resume their duties.vIe're were picked up here after a man and rear wheels on the left side. move will bring about 7000 per-
the physical facilities of the theatres were improved. On the other who had given them a ride from Jackson said the Learn Commercial Art
going to run our schoolsfor he did not see sons here. Mayor Burns said, witha
hand we wonder if the Negro public would pay "dawnlown" prices Williston let them out and called Start
the best interests of the com child but felt something bump the payroll of $6,000,000 to $6,500- Anytime

which would be necessary should plush movie houses be opened in munity. the-pOlice. left front fender. 000 a year. C. I. APPROVED

the colored section. It seems as though we want first class entertainment
Last Friday said ,Bookhardt Investigating officers said the 00000Delores The new headquarters buildingwill AMERICAN

and don't want to pay the price. application blanks were distributed three escaped and were given Paulk age 2, of 1045 be erected along the St. Johns
Tis a sin and a shame that the only thing Jacksonville can boastof SCHOOL OF ART
to 31 teachers. rides to Williston and then Logan St. suffered injuries of the River pust east of the Acosta
in the colored section, is "the South's finest bars" We wish the Moved To New Location
Seven filled out the forms as brought to Gainesville by John H. right thigh when bumped by a Bridge and almost across the river
"benevolent" white business men would build something other 106 EAST BAY STREET
,requested said Brookhardt. Nix.They car backing from a space beside fro m the Prudential Building tad Floor

than bars. The application contained rou- were returned to the her home. She was taken to the which was dedicated about a year .

Jacksonville played host to two charming young ladies from tine questions concerning teaching I school. Medical Center for treatment. ago. .

New York last week. Marie King was the house guest of Edith background and also asked these Patrolman R. E. Barker and R I I for QUICK RELIEF of

Taylor and Beatrice Woolfolk visited her sister Viola Edwards. i
questions: American Legion Post J. Mathew listed the driver as

',Both* g -Isbave been living-in New York for quite a few years. Do you favor integration of Irving Kramer. YourEditorial HEADACHENEURALGIA

People out Tyler and Union Street section are talking about how Plans Poppy SaleThe .
races in school? Do you feel that Page
the charms of the music teacher lured the popular widower to her
would be happy in inte- Two women in a
you an passengers
/ parlor. That ain't alL The college prexy's sister in law was also grated school system knowingthat month of May has been set taxi were treated by a physician Speaks for Progress

lured by ,the sound of music and promptly arrived on the scene, parents and students alike do aside by the American Legion after the cab was hit from behind Ease Palm of Headache

'r. broke the windows in the Prince Charming's car and proceeded to not favor this system? Post 197 and Auxiliary as Poppymon in the 1500 block of Davis Street. PILL THE PLUG I Neuralgia Neuritis with

wait until our hero came down the steps. Now ain't dat sumptin' Do you feel that an integrated thin memory. of the honored They were Hazel Moultry and I Quick Acing STANBACE

John Pickens and the rest of the Venetians are making plans for school system would better fit the dead. Fannie Faulk. ON STOMACH UPSET Test STANBACK apbvlny

: their yachting BalL The affair will take place early in June. Also: The members will sell poppieson Hali-aUve. headachy, when constipation
: colored race for their life's work? The cab driver was James Rob- preparation jrotr>

scheduled is an ultra formal affair to be given by the doctors in Do you think you are qualified to Saturday, MaxJJG and will beaided1 ert Jones of 316 North St Driver: relieves sours constipation stomach Black-Draught overnight. I ever used Sea bow
Association. Dr. in the selling of poppies by; Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
conjunction with the state meeting of the Medical teach an integrated class in a satisfactory of the car which struck the taxi quick relief comes.ATTENTION .
Warren Schell is president of the local medic's group and Mrs.I. school children.Mrs. lixitin-StMHcfc Svutuu Ruts Omi'iU' I
? was George A. Jameson of 1127
: manner No harsh griping. Made from pure $
E. Williamsis president of the Ladies Auxiliary. Among activities Do you believe in the aims of Vanilla Morris presidentof Pippin Street refutable herbs. Thoroughly but HtW /
and the aforementioned the Auxiliary has issued an gently uncorks clogged intestines. I
planned are beach parties, garden party the NAACP? If you should join Brings comforting relief In morning. .
Edward Waters appeal to the public to lend a Then life looks I Get
Sessions of the group will be held at sunny again
beaeh..party. the NAACP while employed in hand by buying and wearing Black-Draught today.n .
College. this school will pleace notifythe WOBS Famttr or Orcntetef form. .m4
you poppies. man t* ne*. euv-tatete r 4etRdi tool
Out EWC way the Juniors feted the graduating classes at the superintendent and chairman I
affair is "A PROGRAM IZ.] : e =children" dt
annual Junior-Senior Promenade. Theme of the SCHEDULE
of the board of trustees?
Parisian Street Scene"r rem tett o ..e:t t =i I
The South Carolina General ANE Deaths
Colored help in many of the finest places in town are complain Assembly at its last session enact I:" Sign OB

';,, ing about the conduct of one of our high city officials. Seems as ed a law prohibiting NAACP Gloom ConfabMIAMI 1:01 1:13 Capsule Newt A Weather

though every time the. official gets a little tipsy, his special target members from holding state jobs. 1:13.701 Bearcat once) Road (Melvin

: is anything black. He heaps abuses upon the help then attempts ,:00 ':t3 Capsule Newt Weather .
7038:01 The Kid (Bob Mimi) >>
l to pacify them with large tips. The latest incident occurred at'the The deaths of the .:01 S:13 Capsule New Weather

Lobster House. The porter didn't know the official and stated that Jax Man Facing Rev. H. L. Mickens and A. D. 90 843 --It.43 The Capsule Kid News(Bob Hudson* Weather)

when he called him the epiphet he frequently uses he (the porter) Watson brought a pall of gloom 9:11 !,:It Jampln with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw)
;-L didn't gin a "so and so" and tried to mop up the official with a mop. over the 35th AME General Con- I*** M43 Capsule Newt Weather Organizations Church Groups
don't how thestate officials can expect Murder ChargeIs 143 Ue Gospel Train. Number One
Negro Floridians see ference which closed here last (Melvin Grace) Clubs SocialitesANNOUNCING
us to get even partial fair deal when hearings begin on the,question week. 1140 1143 Capsule News Weather
.r. 11:13 12:M Gospel Train, Number One
: of intergration in state schools. Atty. Fred Kent of Jacksonville is Incompetent The Rev. II. L. Mickens, a for (Melvin Grace)
t racial of the "nth" degree. We don't see 1240 12:13 Local Newt (Joyce
an out and out antagonist mer Florida educator was stricken Joyner)

t how the governor expects us to be judged by a man whose beliefs and died a few minutes after 12:15 12M Man Hudson OB Street (Shaw *.

r are so warped and prejudiced. Even murderers have the right to Sylvester Jordan, under indict- receiving a transfer from the 1231. 12:45 Job Mart) (Joyce ll-Ul. A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor
ment for first degree murder 12:431 N A Woman's
1 fair minded and was
We asking that open
object to a biased juror. are Macon Conference 'of the Georgia Joyner)
be placed on bodies influential as the State declared by Circuit Court Judge 14 1:13 Capsule Newt Weather
minded District where he had
persons Claude previously 1:13. 240 Gospel Tate Number Banquets Teas Parties
Ogilvie -mentally incompetent
Board of Control Fred Kent is none of these. served.A. Two (Melvin Grace)
and ordered committed to 240-243 Capsule News Weather Programs All Occasions
Florida: and the AME Church should be proud of the new Bishop.D. D. Watson, a lay delegate, of 213311 Gospel Train Number
succeed the Bishop C. A. Gibbs. Bishop the State Hospital at Chattahoo. Two (Melvin Grate .
Ward Nichols will Fort Valley Ga. was found dead
3113:13 Capsule Weather
f Nichols is a man of world-wide statue. He will bring to all of in his room in a Miami Beach 313.411 Jumptn with Johnny
Jordan had been indicted for (Johnny Shaw)
r Florida so much needed leadership. 'hotel on the opening day of the 4:1t.4:13' Capsule News Weather Three Hours Notice
Don't forget the NAACP needs you and you need it. Join today. shooting to death Mary Lee Baker conference. 4:03 540 Jumpla with loIIAR1'loluuIJ'
with a shotgun last Nov. 25. The ( Shaw)
of the local chapter of the
Glennie Washington president Several persons were overcome 540 543 Capsule News Weather
murder occurred 1567 Davis St. 543 .:of JumplB with Johnny
NAACP _is in the midst of the membership drive. Glennie and his by-the heat and exhaustion from (Johnny Shaw) $3.50 per Group Picture
10,000, members. We with him that the where both resided. 1It (43 Capsule Newt Weather
aides are seeking: agree the long hours of the conference. .
<43 1:31 The Kid (Bob Hadtti)
NAACP needs us and we need the NAACP. Let's put aside two i Two physchiatrists appointedby Bishop H. Thomas Primm of SATURDAY In City Umits
Judge Ogilvie to determineJordan's .40 Sign OB
( dollars and join now. Texas and Dr. Georgia Singletonof sit 043 Capsule News Weather

People on Ashley Street are silently hoping that something will mental condition. Dr. Philadelphia, editor of the AME ItS 740 BeareB's Road (Melvin CALL-
Grace) -
William and Dr. Wil-
happen to the old K of P building. Seems as tho nothing will hap- McCullagh Christian Review were affectedby 7117:13 Capsule Newt Weather
liam Ingram Jr. testified that the 743 S40 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
: pen to the eyesore. the heat but were quickly re- too S43 Capsule Newt Weather
; Albert "Pops" Frazier has been engaged by Morris Fisher to man was'mentally incompetentand vived and returned to the floor to ass 940 The Kid News Hudson) STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL
940 943 Capsule weather
would be unable to conducta
serve as pilot of his new boat. Robert Brymer is co-pilot With this complete their activities. 943 1140 Jumpln with Johnny

r new flock of boatsmen the St. Johns is no longer safe. rational defense. Bishop Primm fainted while addressing 1040 1043 Capsule(Johnny Newt Shaw)* Weather 4-2319

r Cripe Department: We receive all types of copy in all sorts of the delegate from the 1043 1140 Gospel(Melrtn Train Grace, Number) One

: condition. We try to decipher and decode it. When this copy 10th Episcopal District after he 11:11.1113 Capsule Newt Weather

;" comes from just plain folk we don't mind straightening it out. Help Wartd had been assigned to the district. 1213.1211 Gospel(Melvin Train Grace Number) One

1240 12:15 Local News (Joyce
i-i;' But-when intelligent groups such as our Greek-Letter organizations

and professional groups send news in on third sheet carbon copy 1215. 12 JO O Street (Shaw *
f- MAID Experienced. Ages 23 to Pensacola Gets Hudson)
like and write both sides of the paper they know better. BOY'S WANTED
t' and the on 35. 51/2 days a week. 9 to 6 12:30 12:45 iOlw Mart '(Joyce Joyner) -
W. wish they would take time to type out their news and prepareit 1203.100 World (JoyceJoyuer
.: p. m. $80_a month. Health card )

properly. Thank you. and references. Ph. EX 84047. few( Riding Club 103.2:81 1:11113 Capsule Gospel Train News, NumberTw. Weather (Ages 11 to 14 Years)

-- (Herein Grace)

;"-; ..... CHAMBER, MAID For moteL 211.213 Capsule News Jt Weather
203.311 Jumptn with Johnny
{ : BARGAIN For 2 days. $5.20 a day. ColonyCourt. PENSACOLA The Sunset (Johnny Shaw)
HOMES AT A U.t In Floradale Gardens
... Phillips Hwy Bus 37. Riding,Club will ,operate a beachat 340 343 -- 4 343 W Jumptn Capsule with Newt Johnny* Weather Magnolia

Gulf'Beach for"colored people.Dr. (Johnny Shaw) .
PRICE $3,500.00
:-> ". 1510 WEST 32nd STREET Duple Longwood. 440 443 Capsule News Weather
1S4S MORGAN STREET Bytiaeu Place Masonry Built S. W. Boyd and Clarence 443 540 Jumptn with Johnny Royal Terrace Pickett

;\ Small House in Rear PRICE 7000.00 Reasonable Terms MAID Living in Magnolia Gar Benbee of the Sunset Riding Club S:" 543 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)A Weather

f r-.,' 1845-49 W. 24th STREET Two-Story Duple* den. 5 days. 7:30 to 5 p: m. along with their attorney. R. H. 103./11 Jamb(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) Lincoln Villa

J1:' : PRICED RIGHT $12,000.00 $17.50 per wk. Mrs. J. M. Mines. Merritt appeared before the Es- 4 40 <30 The Kid (Bob Hudson)

f'it 6953 Avenue B. Ph. PO 52207. cambia County Commissionersand 1:3t lIP OffSUNDAY '
LINCOLN VILLA Small House 2 Lots PRICE $1,500.00 :_< ;t

\ .>.., WEST CHURCH STREET 1 Cottage PRICE 6500.00 HOUSEWORKER Help with this agreement was made. I 40 40 740 Hear Sign.0.Oa'. Road (Melvin :.. EARN CASH T
t .
? 2 1 WEST CHURCH STREET 2 Two-Story Houses PRICE 7500.00 Each baby. 5 days. $20 per wk. Mrs.D. The commissioners requestedthe 740 > TOO Hemremt Grace) Road .
,' beach for
f club to operate the ,
,:31 S40 Latlmore Gospel Stagers
D. Miller. 1637 Chatham Rd. Selling TheFLORIDA
t': Serearl Houses Not Mentioned hi This Ad Shown 'by Appointment the next four years and at least .40 *30 Oral Roberts
Lake Forest Hills out Lem Tur.
1:311 940 Heaven's Road
r" VACANT LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITYj..1' ner Rd. Phone PO 49967. two life guards be provided. The 940 1040 Bishop Johnson :
'r club is to operate it in an efficient J 1111.1130 Heavenly fire Gospel STARApply
v We Specialize in Mortgage loans Lory or Small Sing en
.: Rentals and Property Management manner keep accurate records of I 10 JO 1140 Heaven's Road .
receipts and expenditures and 1140 I 1240 Heaven's Road
Friday : p.m.
( .. MARSHALL L. BROWN then report to the commissioners ]12x1:e1 Heaven's Road
( 140 ZIt Heaven's Road
CADILLAC when they begin working on next or Saturday 7:30 a.m.
.I 2112131 Heaven's Road It. Darby)
.... Registered Real Estate Broker One Owner Like New year's budget in July. 230 130 Shiloh Baptist Church

The commissioners insisted on 1:394:30 E. A. WOUams
k. 70) BROAD STREET Phone EL '6-1781 Apostolic Hour 2434 Doby at Wolcott Floradale
: I the two lifeguards as a safety
Phone EL 6-3486
Office Phone EL 4-1827 Residence 4 JO 740 Heavens Road

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