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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:
June 2, 1956
Publication Date:


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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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Tallahassee A Negro citizens' boycott of Tallahassee busses
which began shortly after two female Florida A and M University
students were arrested when they demanded a refund their fares

rather than accept segregated seating is proving 75'percent effective

according to a local leaden

The boycott was called Mondayby Leader
students at Florida A& M University *
in protest of the arrestingof
two FAMU coeds. Wilhelraenia Is' Arrested

Jakes' and Carrie Patterson, for
violating segregated bus seating
regulations. Tallahassee. (Special) Rev.
1 K. Steele president of the Tal-
The Rev. C. K Steele, presi-
lahassee Chapter of the NAACP,
dent of the local chapter of the
who has been spearheading the
NAACP said effectiveness of the
drive for a city-wide bus boycottwas
boycott was resulting from
arrested last Thursday by a M.
YnC1Y. A Lw + +
sion of car pools.
city policeman on a charge of _
'f He said that plans arc going forward speeding and running a stop light

to provide transportation shortly after he had picked up
for every colored eititea to make some passengers in front of the 4 ti

the boycott 100 percent effective. post office.
It was learned from a source in Policeman Burl. Peacock said _
.Jacksonville that a move is afoot Steele was traveling 35 miles anSteele Afw! I St

\.- to'seeure contributions to aid the f ":"m o
'? -T n haisee* titW-1Q operating denied he was-exeeedinf

th. transportation pooL the speed limit and said he would
fight the case. A hearing is scheduled -
Steele said 30 cars were in the
in city police court Monday :
riding pool picking up passengersat
Peacock said he didn't know who
13 stations. He estimated that
Steele was until after the arrest
1.200 passengers a day were being :
Steele was, released without ,
picked up.About .
bond and is scheduled to be heardon
200 Negro citizens met the charges in city court June-
Tuesday night and voted to boy- 4. He denied the charges and said
cott the buses: until seating of 'he will fight the case.Bi.Racial .
white persons and Negroes on pre-
dominantly Negro lines is madeon

a first come first served basis. +
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They also want Negro drivers on
the predominantly Negro lines

and more courtesy from white Being Formed TacJ Yw..,opa'rw.' c iw-.. .. ._.":... s?. .: .
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drivers. CITED FOR SERVICE Two rows of photos show Dr. Richard Moore president of Beihune-Cookman College presenting citations Floridians for their con

Wants Clarification In Bus Crisis tributions to human relations. education and culture. Among those who won awards were: Charles Lancer. Miami: Miss Zora Neale Hurston. Eau Gall.: Miss Cleo S. I

Manager Charles Carter of the Higgins. Daytona.. who received the Mary McLeod Bethune Medallion: Mrs. J. Minnie Niblack Lake Wales: W. Austin Smith. Jacksonville: Mrs. Mabel Norris Reese ML
Transit Bus Co said he
Cities Tallahassee Efforts to forman Dora editor:-and Mrs. Bertha Cann. Daytona. The citations were presented last Monday during the commencement exercises following the awarding of certificates.
wanted to know exactly what is
i interracial council to head off
meant by first come, first served

demand. such arouse problems this week in in the the future capital as McKinney Freed
World Tallahassee
Wilhemina Charges against Jakes the and two Carrie coed F.. began as the bus boycott spread.An Daytona Commission Gets I Eyes
unofficial committee of
Patterson were dropped by police. la Shooting Of
white and Negro leaders agreedto r.; -
They were charged with placing seek "a permanent lone range The Florida A and M student boycott of city buses which
themselves in a position to incite organization to establish commu- Plans For Street RepairsDaytona Negro leaders in Tallahassee have announced they will support

a riot and were' released on $25 nications between representativesof Terris McDuffieA on a city-wide basis is something that Is being watched

bond each. the varied points of view in the with keen interest by progressive minded colored citizens

The boycott ,started before the community, to build bridges of throughout the state-and the entire nation-for that matter.
The Beach Interracial Committee will ask
Daytona which heard the case ofa
jury This publication does not condone unwarranted
charges were dropped. agitationor
understanding between the races,
Commission to undertake paving drainage lighting
City a pro-
to solve problems at their outset Jacksonville school teacher accused any acts that would bring about racial disturbance. But we
by peaceable and orderly methods gram in the city's Negro areas. t of shooting ex-ball player do feel that Negroes must stand up in a united group to resist

White Mu Gully among members of the committeeand The decision was made at a Terris McDuffie when he accom- any efforts to deprive us of our rights as American citizens.
A group of stiff spined colored Americans in Montgomery _
with private and official par- meeting last Thursday night after Teachers Told panied the matron home found\
ties concerned." George Engram, a Negro committee Ala.. has shown us an example of Negroes united in the fight
Of Child's Charge The unofficial committee said member presented a detailed the educator not guilty Friday in for full citizenship. They have shown no sign of weakening,

settlement of the boycott will not outline of streets to be paved Of Responsibility Provisional Criminal Court. but rather, have displayed a determination not to accept sec-

be among the proposed council's drainage systems which need improving Richard McKinney science instructor ond class accommodations while paying first class rates.
CLEARWATER-Travis Pierce goals because it is a situation streets where sidewalksare To Uphold MoralsOcala It appears that the bus driver took a somewhat arbitrary
,a 34-year old white man was convicted which already has developed.The desired and places which need at Matthew W. Gilbert attitude when he had the young women arrested when they
in Circuit Court on a council first was suggestedby better street lighting.A High School, had been ordered to asked for a refund of their fares rather than accept an unfair
charge of handling andfondling Dr. Gilbert Porter, executive A Marion County face trial in the Criminal Court of seating plan. It seems that it is the right of any citizen to have '
an eight-year-old colored girl in secretary of the Florida StateTeachers' quorum was not present at Judge issued a scathing rebuke to i Record on two charges of assaultto his money refunded when the services are not equal to those
St. Petersburg last Dec 18. The the session, but Chairman Horace an Ocala principal involved in h given others.
Association the Negro murder his estranged wife Mrs.
jury deliberated more than an counterpart of the Florida Edu Reigle will poll absent members case of assault, as he reminded Salomie McKinney of 1105 West These two young Negro students represent anew_ genera-
hour. He will be sentenced next cation Association. before the request is submitted to people of the teaching professionof 12th St, and Terris C. McDuffie, tion of Negroes. He is one of this new generation who no

week by Circuit Judge John Bird. Negroes at the conference were City Commission. their responsibility to set good 45, one-time colorful baseball j longer says: "I am a Negro" and lets it go at that.
The child chief witness for the moral patterns. He now says: "I am an American." And he demands the
Porter; The Rev. David Brooks of The city will be requested to hurler, who lives with his parents
State, told the jury that she was St. Michael's and All Angels Epis- out the program over a period After hearing testimony in the at 629 Fourth Street city. I I full rights of an American with the knowledge that he has
molested by the white man who Church Dr. James Hudson carry case of James F. Boss principal of the law of the land on his side. .
copal ; i of several fiscal with
took her out in his car after stop- chaplain of Florida A&M Univer- priority given to the most years heavily Howard Academy charged with McKinney was remanded to j The people of Tallahassee have started something, the
ping to ask direction to 22nd sity; Vice President James Mobleyof areas and most heavily assault and battery upon a beautician Criminal Court on the double I results of which will have great significance.
Street South. ,-/ the Negro Civil League; and populated travelled streets. The committee Judge Smith adjudged the charges Jjy Justice of the Peace Negro Tallahasseans and all Negro Floridians are in the,

The defendant attempted to establish President Dan Speed of the Talla- suggested that county cooperation educator guilty and told him: Sarah Bryan after testimony was .spotlight. Everybody is watching. Negroes throughout the

an alibi through three col- hassee Negro Businessman's Lea- be sought on the paving project "Boss, you have held a high heard at the preliminary hearing. world are watching and wondering to themselves: Will thay
ored men with whom he said he position in this county school sys- McDuffie said he was struck .!carry it out? have they got the stamina and fortitude like

was drinking at the time of the gue.White men were Dr. Robert tem. If a person like you does not three times by McKinney's fire the people of Montgomery. Alabama to suffer inconvenience
alleged offense. He denied even Greenberg vice president of the The 114 new street lights the set standards of morals by whichto in the groin and left hip. and privation for a noble cause?
knowing the little girl who identi- Council of Tallahassee Civic committee will ask for'are to go live it is pretty bad." He added. I Our Negro leaders are facing a great test. The question

fied him as being the man who Clubs; Dr. Sam Neel, Florida on 41 streets, eight of which haveno "Both of you parties are in the McKinney, who had been living I I now is whether our church leaders and other groups Who
had taken her out and he denied State University dean of men; lights at all now. wrong. This would never have at another address since he and I boast of their strength will support this effort morally- and

having made the statements to Frank D. Moor. Tallahassee insurance estimate of cost had been happened if you had been home his wife separated some months financially.Any ,
the officers. man; President Blair where you belonged with your ago denied shooting McDuffie.His failure now to carry out a 100 percent boycott ,until
Stone of'the Tallahassee Chamberof prepared last night. families." wife failed to identify her such time as the bus seating and driver situation is rectified ; I
Pierce ,told write the and jury did not reador Commerce; Dr. Glenn James, Engram was commended by the I Mrs. Ruth Mae Singletary, who husband as the person who shot would serve only to destroy the faith of this generation of ,I,

not read the or statement the State I' pastor of Trinity_ Methodist committee for his work in preparing -. now works as a beauty operator McDuffie after he had broughther youngsters whom we are sending to colleges to prepare them- ;

presented sign as evidence. I Church. the outline. (Continued on Page I) home from visiting friends. selves for full citizenship.

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..97 Two .. THf"FLORIDA -STAR. Saturday, June 2, 1956

; THE FLORIDA STAR / _. Q'c';! .... -' 'W'-'''' -'>:-t'.:,. '<: f POLITICS AS USUALBY

NEWS .. ... '
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: '..Iiahe! d by TlM Florida Star ...UsI .. Co. T : <:. MAGAZINE WRITER SAYS NEGROES SWINGING
', ,; Mailing Address: ""'$..- NEW YORK. N. Y. Negro voters, consistently Democraticsince

;> P. O. Bex 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida {f. 1936 appear to be swinging toward the Republican Party and
Brood J.cks..dlk!!! Flerldeu. ,.... FLAGRAISING .
423 i Street ELf> 4-3773 't4 J are markedly critical of Adlai Stevenson a study in THE REPORTER

ERIC,0. SIMPSON ................_.._..._.......w ...gUf Editor :.. .roe revealed last week.

C. ........ J...... ..............._...._........_.._ ..._.._.. .... .._... News Staff II "'.' "It is safe to say that if Stevenson -
": j' ,, were to run against Eisen- Colored People, an organization I
Member of Associated Negro Press ; : hower tomorrow," the study reports theoretically nonpartisan but

,"the Negro vote would showa which "has run. in easy harness

O.. Year, $5.00-;SUBSCRIPTION Half Year, $3.00 RATES; Three-Moatta, $1.80 F' t very marked swing away" from with the New Deal-Fair Deal party .

Mailed. T. Yea, Aaywfcare; !. too Uaitad States. ; 2 the,Democratic.. Party ," Bendiner says. *\
la Advaaecv Orders To LW. '
Seed Chock
SaotcripHoM Payable or Monty : "
., In a Recently, he reports, the NNHCP's -
righted article, Washington Director, Clar-
"" "' ..1P! "The Negro ence Mitchell warned that if the
1. Negro Firemen. r U.S.A. Ir:, ,. Vote and theDemocra Democratic Party persists in
ts," weighing itself down with such an"albatross"
2. More Negro Police Officers. "
: Robert Bendi- as Senator James O.
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. -
Eastland of Mississippi, it may
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the Give T.lU NAACP legal a0 N ner, recent winner "
"kiss votes
j have to our good-bye:
: of the Ben-
Defense-Educational Fund be
Building Program.
Franklin Negro politicians across the nation -
107 W.3rc1 SIn.t f jamin
N.wYorle36,N.Y. M-agazIne told Bendiner that most
Award also reports criticism is directed against

Simpson good segmentof "Everywhere I went in Negro

the Negro press is moving away communities, I found this word

RESPONSIBILITY NAACP WARNS from the Democrats and he quotesthe ''gradualism the red rag ."
Bedmer "Colored leaders.
editor of the Chicago Defender -
as predicting "a major shift in Democrat and Republican alike
seemed appalled at the staff work
Both Republicans and Democrats have been dilatory- political alignments" by Negroesthis -
that allowed Stevenson to use the
civil rights issues, Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of the year. hated word "
Bendmer who interviewed Ne-
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People,
A New York Negro leader Ben-
charged in an address delivered at the convention of Americans gro political and civic leaders
across the country attributes the diner says said simply that Stev-
.for Democratic Action.
ti feeling against Stevenson to his enson "has lost status among Ne
Negro voters, this year,he warned,"will weigh more care- "gradualist" stand on desegregation gro voters" who feel be is "pussy
fully than in the past the civil rights planks in the platforms and the bitter opposition by footing and playing for Southern
of both parties. The mere declaration the Supreme Court
Southern Democrats to the Supreme support. Another reported that
has set forth the law of,the land and it must be obeyed will Court's decision. Negro political circles regard

not suffice. Compliance does not materialize out of thin air. Bendiner points out that from Stevenson as a "false-hearted

The government and its 'elected servants cannot escape their c'S J 1936 through 1952 the Negro vote lover" and that Negro party work-

responsibility" for affirmative action to see that the law. is has run dose to 80 per cent Democratic ers consider him "a dead duck

obeyed and in close: elections like right now."

President Eisenhower, Mr..Wilkins asserts, "has acted in the Truman-Dewey campaign A Philadelphia Republican Negro

his capacity as Chief Executive to eliminate racial discrimi- could hare cost the Democrats worker conceding that "the

nation in several important areas." However, the Republican fix; F+y their victory with less than a 15 G.O.P. itself is not loved by the

administration has failed "to give leadership to the movementto per cent switch in key states like Negroes" of that city, says that

implement the ruling of the United States Supreme Courtin California. Ohio and Illinois. Stevenson cannot recover: the Negro

the.school cases. Today, he says after interviewswith vote because Negroes "stop

"This ruling is of the great fact in the civil rights field to Negro political and civic ped listening" to him after his

emerge since 1952. Its impact has affected our national life leaders the swing against Stevenson pronouncement on gradualism.Both .

and has posed.grave questions of national policy, indeed of Business should hold up satis- and the Democratic Party in Philadelphia and Baltimore

the stability and integrity of the American way of life." factorily and bring normal profits would result in a loss of votes political leaders said that

Moreover, Mr. Wilkins pointed out, the Department of Your Weekly provided you avoid the pitfalls of greater than the decisive 15 per Negroes will probably "turn to

Justice has taken no steps to uphold,the Negro's.right to vote expanding your territory too far cent difference. the Republicans no matter what
in Mississippi where the number registered Negro voters overreaching in the mistaken. However, Bendiner adds, "the they do. They will "vote againstthe

has been drastically cut to 8,000 out of a potential Negro vote Haroscotoe Guide belief that your personal powers saving grace, from the Democratic Democrats" not for the Repub
of nearly halfamillion.As ., know no bounds. viewpoint is that the rebellion licans. Bendiner reports them as

WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 8-90-22-17-59-423 appears to be working down from saying.
to the Democrats, they, too have failed in the civil
Bendiner also emphasized the
and not deep
rights. field the NAACP spokesman asserts. "Their party BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL the top may go
VIRGO enough into the rank and file by "positive appeal"
controkthe state governments which have disfranchised and
By .PABLO The ASTROLOGER Born 24 thru 23 November to be as disastrous as Eisenhower has for Negro votersin
otherwise demeaned the Negro citizen. It is their state legis- Aug. Sept.
his right"It
latures*which have enacted restrictive, vindictive and insult- Juno 1st to 8th Republican strategists fondly own
is to politicsin
directed population solely because of Be as flexible as .it is possiblefor hope"He impossible
ing legislation against a ARIES coming longer and longer with the that continuationof a colored gathering" he reports -
its md color. It.is they who have exercised the nefarious you to be during this period so says too
race:- !, Born Much 21 thru April 19 times it would be wise for you to a prosperous economy is still "without hearing that the
filibuster'tactic destroy majority rule in the Senate. that you will not have misunderstandings -
Juno 1st C>h clear business and other important contributed
to up with associates another factor that will be deci- President has quite a
Only-a handful of persons in the northern wing of the: Emotional self-control and aloof- ,matters as early as you in your sive in November. bit to the cause of Negro advancement -

Democratic Party*has refused to bow to the hold-up tacticsof ness will enable you to retain can make it. The accept falls on people authority or competitorswho Nevertheless, the study reveals
have the ability and means to
thesoutherners and no mention of this small- band can social interests and usual adds that most he
yqur 'serenity by keeping you as you make things hot for Strengthen that "political unrest among Negro He people
be made without naming that grand warrior for decency, away.from boring people or occur- will be right in your element economic you.position and voters has been swelling ever talked to feel the Democrats can

Senator-Herbert Lehman of New York"Ttiere rences that have.an upsetting ef- when you have full play to dem- close your ties, so as to be in a better since the first violent Southern reactions hold the Negro vote in line "onlyif

are sufficient votes in both Houses of Congress to fect on you. If you feel compelledto onstrate your mental powers and position in the future to make to the Supreme Court'sban they adopt an uncompromisingplank

pass.civil rights measures, Mr. Wilkins contended. What is take part in a family or neighborhood ready wit. Keep clear of conflicts progress and restore harmony in on segregation in the schools." on civil rights, an unequi-

needed, 'is "sincerity and good faith of both parties and of dispute or to engage in a with the law or people who can your relationships near and far. Leaders of the revolt include vocal stand on enforcing the Supreme -

each member" of Congress. Even the roadblock of the fili- secret adventure of some sort refrain make things hot for you late on Your good name and public stand- officials of the National Associa- Court's ruling."

buster.can be surmounted "if both the Republicans and the as there is nothing in it for the 3rd or early on the 4th. The ing are too valuable to undermine tion for the Advancement of (Continued on Page 6))
make civil rights." other ,than trouble and frus- shun the better
Democrats want to good on you more you. people through secret pursuits that could

tration. Watchfulness against your chances of attending to private rebound to your disadvantage.This .
sharp practices on the part of chores getting a much need- I
period foreshadows a success.
Eisenhower Sets Vacation RecordGeneral others seems necessary to protect ed rest and protecting your funds 577801998132LIBRA PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

your financial interests. This from the encroachments of others.

period brings problems connected 250881576231CANCER

Eisenhower. : is taking more than twice as many"workandplay" with jour funds emotional interests Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
vacations modern President or dear ones so be slow in
as any other Juno 1st to 8th
decisions. Born June 22 thru 22
U. S. News and World Report magazine reported May 1. Not making Your life or professional partnercan
7-55-40-13-71-101 June 1st to 8th
counting the rest he took after his heart attack last September -- It will take considerable pa- be very cooperative if you are

,. Mr. Eisenhower has averaged 12% weeks vacation time TAURUS tience and long-range planning about confused what by you developments should do next.or

out of every,52. Presidents Roosevelt and Truman averaged Born April 20'thru May 20 rather than drastic action to cope Youare, likely to require the full
June Iii to 8th with related questions\ so make a
less than backing of others in order to
Meet your friends on the social start in this direction. You.are.
maintain your economic equilib-
level only, and become evasive not likely to be able to get goingto i
rium, or to secure the funds that
when to turn the subjects out business or ambitious
they try carry
?& And Don'tsIIn1ATir11E may be needed to meet your busi-
under discussion toward projects because of sudden changein ness and professional obligations.One .
their financial problems. Your trends of the inability to make
way to avoid future hard-
spouse may be of great aid in up your mind. Friends are likelyto ships is to avoid overheads, social.
.. helwping you in this respect be quite free with advice and '
spending, and all the expensive
should the occasion arise. It material aid if turn on
JYG even you .
,W7eK NEA D r4 frills that you can do without.This
would be prudent to keep out of the charm and express yourself sign holds considerable prom-
sight to refrain from lending. with sincerity.:, ;
I ise for better days in the offing
borrowing, increasing business I 1-44---70-18-74--242
; provided you keep faith and strive
overfieads, or committing yourself i : J' I all the harder.

.t oany future obligations no mat LEO 411-100 18-76-014
ter how promising they may be Born Aug.,24 thru Sept. 23

painted. Take the initiative with June 1st to 8th SCORPIO

full awareness of your limitationsso Concentrate your attention on Born Oct. 24 thru NOT.'22

as not to get beyond your the family budget and on the fiscal June_ let to 8th

deptht. This period confirms that policies in which others havea Take a sober look at the real-

the days to come will be profit- stake. It maybe time to tightenup ities of life; and rather than try-

able. in order to weather any emerg- ing to get all your pleasures at .

-20- -14-6&-555 encies that your partner, friends.' once.. leave some of them for the

and yourself may be called upon future, The pressure on you to 1400 WRHC 1400

GEMINI to face. A sound long-range planis take some sort of financial risk,
21 thru June 21 the best to provide for the
Born May way or to get yourself involved in a
June lit to 8th future and to ensure your per- costly emotional adventure may KEN KNIGHTPresenting

With the weekend holidays be- sonal progress and happiness. applied, so watch. your step.

GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 You are being much well-being wiser when and
you put your
U.. this co.".. Lean More abo.r yourself. Seed 10 cots (eau diva.I. duties first as they are your best KNIGHT TRAIN
I. cote) for each horoscope ordered by mail. Include self addressed ladders to the heights of success.
stamped ....10,.. Writ. plainly. Tfcis offer does mot apply to residents
.f the d..ii... .f Cavtade. Your life or business partner seem 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

-.uL-fl.D- well disposed to relieve you of

I f ; ; ASTROLOGER I I I II some of your responsibilities and SWEET CHARIOT

,. O. BOX 561IACKSOHYILLE burdens so you should not hesi-

I 1, FLA. I (tate to call on either one when 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

N necessary.
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I CWy Seefe I Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21

Enjoy the Joke .' But Watch Your Language 0a$-o'ol EJMft___' Juno 1st to 8th 10:90 12 Monday Thru Saturday
I D4e Montk Avoid pinning down yru mate .
and You Don't Have to be So Loud Either -- -. .- -, ..-, -I (Continued on Page 6)) --.:..=..-;-;;.- -- ---.-.=:.;- .--- -....:::::..... -- =----


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S8turcra,. :Jiiaa 2. ,1956 __ __ THE fLOtUOA STAR pye Tkrtt


Ypsilaili ClibSponsors Mrs.Miss Lillian ,Goosby, ..A cut Pe ,le. I Jaxons Active Bn Club Life I Mrs. Geneva GuytonIs

; EllaBronson L_ ._ u Silver CountessFor

Shower To Attend YW Meet Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso Taylorof Milton HoodThe

Pittsburgh, Pa. are in the city Aid Tea Even! ,Representing the A. L. Lewis for several days. They attendedthe 2r anniversary celebration of
Branch YWCA at the Southeastern Milton Hood ,
funeral of Mrs. Taylor's aunt as a singer will be
Regional Conference for Mrs.,Rachel Corbin on observed June 24 in the auditor-
Eric O. SimpsonIs young adults will be Mrs. Lillian' ium of Stanton High School.
Mrand.ldn. Taylor are.
Main SpeakerThe Goosby and Miss Ella Bronson. Miss..Florita.,Anderson, FridaY'1 Mr. Hood will appear as the
The conference will be held: "Silver Count" and Mrs. Geneva
Mrs.,Taylor at 1159 West 4th; St
Ypsilanti Club, of which June 10-16 at Blue Ridge N. C i Guyton as the "Silver Countess"on
Mrs. Mrs. Goosby will represent the: this occasion.
E. R. B. Club is
'Mrs Davis
Myrtle. of Miami wasa
will Business and Professional Wo- \ Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry elecu-
a Miscellaneous
sponsor men's Club and Miss recent visitor.in the city as guestof
Bronson the
Shower tionist will serve as mistress of
on Sunday June 17, in "
Bishop and,5Mrs. Carey A.,
Y-Jewels. will be
the Dining Hall of Mt. AraratThe They accom- ceremonies.
Gibbs 1011 ;
at West 8th Street
affair is for the benefit of panied by Mrs. Lois W. Hill, Mrs. Davis attended the church ew as Other participants will also appear -
She Mt. Ararat Sanatarium and Young Adult Director.The women's I on the program.
meeting Jacksonville
conference is an interracialone
is scheduled to run from 4 to 6 Beach last week.JJ.Irs.jIazel .
and eleven states participate.
p.m. "Improving Our Relationshipsin West Jax School
The Ypsilanti Club is
composedof Personal, Family Community Carter president of: -
Holds Exercises
well-known Jacksonville social- and World Life" is the conference the P.T-A atJohn E. Ford is re-' --a-k-: : _
ites who take an active part in theme. cuperating in her,home at 943 W : -
civic and community affairs. 4th Street : Promotional exercises will be

Members of the organization held on Wednesday, June 6 at S

which has sponsoredjnany enter- Mrs. Jewel Moore .- r p. m. at West Jacksonville School
Business Women of Los An for sixth graders.
taining as well as successful social
geles Calif. is
enjoying a delightful Ernest
and charitable events Mrs.. Jackson attorney at law
vacation, with her sister, 7 and justice of peace nominee will
B. SponsorRecital
Cox. Mrs. E.j
Felton vice ; Mrs. Mrs. S. A. Austin,and brother-in-i c_... 10. --f, .< .:I.- deliver the main address. He will
presidept ,
; law s.A.
(Buddy) Austin of 1731 :
be introduced R. V.
Grayson recording secretary; Mrs. Calhoun St. -Before in i EXECUTIVE MEET, Members of the-executive committee of the Ultra Hodern Savings and by Daniels,
An initial concert for the Voice arriving
president of the ParentTeachersAssn.
T. C. Redd, financial secretary; Culture Group, under the direCtion Florida Mnt,,:Moore visited relatives Sewing Circlet are shown in a recent.meeting.discussing-plans for activities during the coming months. I .
Mrs. Emma Stukes, assistant sec- and friends in Denver Colorado Thegroup is composed of Mrs._Ethel Ho Mrs..Charlotte, Dancy Mrs. Johnnie Mae Shaw. Mrs. Berlis I
of Mrs. Verdell Sullivan -
Mrs. Florence Wilson and Mrs.
Mrs. Alice Anderson and Mrs.Lore
retary; Bellamy treasurer tt Mitchell.
Jones, will be presented in the ,and various sections of Ernestine Jones are sponsors of
Mrs. Robert P.. Stewart, Texas. She
cafetorium of DarnellCookmanSchool is looking forward to the promotional exercises.
sponsor; Mrs. Louise Wash Mrs.
on June 11. spending a part of her v? ?tion at
Tommie Curry, Mrs. Zelma John- The Business and ProfessionalWomen's American Beach u t**e guest of Medical- Denial And Pharmaceutical Associalion-
son Mrs. Frankie Garnett Mrs.
her sister
Club, YWCA. is spon- and brother-in-law. Jax Ladies Appear
Ella Hutchins and Mrs. Lolita

Coleman.It soring Delores the Pearson group in Jacquelyn this concert.Hill, Bishop and,.Mrs. J. H. Miller.of To Hold, Sixtieth Annual Session In Jacksonville I In Musical Recital

was announced that a brief Carolyn Brown Beverly Colson Pompano Beach are house guestsof Ii
but entertaining program will be, Betty Jean McMillan Deborah the Rev. and Mrs. James C. '; I Appearing in a musical recitalin
presented featuring a number of Jenkins. Johnetta and Sandra Campbell at 630 Court "H. The Jacksonville Medical, Den- A public meeting will be held' the auditorium of the St. Tho-

talented artists. Mrs. Priscilla Jones, and Orion and Chauncy Stork tal and Pharmaceutical Assn. will in the Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchon mas Baptist Church on June 10
Jones, well-known Jacksonville serve as host to the Florida Medi- June 12 at 8 p. m. will b Mrs. Clementine Wigginsand
Mitchell will participate.The Ira W. Hemby of 1863 W. 29th
cal Dental and PharmaceuticalAssn. In order to avail themselves for Mrs. Lenora Clipper.
school Mistress
matron will
serve as dance students of Mrs.Mar- Street has returned to the city Deliveries
of Ceremonies.One educa- following an extended vacation in which holds its 60th annual the program local physicians, These ladies, sponsored by District -
guerite Starkes physical
session in Jacksonville June 1214.A dentists and
pharmacists an- 10 of the church have prepared -
of the main features of the tion director of Moncrief Elemen- the states of Georgia and the Car-.
Barn Tn: scientific program is plannedfor nounced that they will render an entertaining program for
program will be the delivery of tary School will be presented as olinas.
the occasion with noted clini- service on an emergency schedule the enjoyment of listeners.
an address by Eric O. Simpson an added attraction.
cians and lecturers appearing on during the session. The public is invited to the af-
Managing Editor of the "Florida Members reported ill from the Johnnie and Tillie Jackson, 239
Star" who is scheduled to delivera Emanuel Baptist Church are Mrs. Elm St. girl, April 10. the program. fair.

message of vital importance. Young Adult Group Julia Outlaw of 323 Spruce St., Caesar and Dorothy Fosse, 1109 The medical section will presentDr. Early Service' Set
CORRECTION MADE Mrs. Maggie Smith of 2504-Edge- Dora St, girl, April 11. E. P. Crump of Meharry Med- The
Slates Waffle : By Pastor Of Cattleya Monsana
SupperThe ical Dr Gill of
Attention has been called to the wood Avenue, and Mr. Edd Dor- Delanar and Emma Edwards, College, Cooleridge
fact that invitations sent out ear- sey of 266 Watts Street. 1986 W. 20th St, boy, April 12. Howard Medical School. Dr. Ro-. Mt. Zion MethodistEarly Club Plans For Tea
lier gave the date of the event incorrectly members of the Young Jerry and Willie Walker 1057 land Roesch. chief of staff, St

as June 15. The correct Adult Committee of the A. L.' Elder J. S. Sheppard of Bainbridge W. State St, girl, Feb. 20. Luke's Hospital and Dr. I. E. Williams -i morning mass meetingwill Mrs. Gallic Johnson'president
date June Lewis Branch YWCA will sponsor, chief of medicine, Brew- begin services the of the Mosana Ladies
is Sunday, 17. Georgia, is in the city at- Wesley and Josephine Williams, Sunday in Cattleya
a Waffle Supper Saturday, June 2 tending the District Assembly at 110 Oak St, girl, Feb. 22. ster Hospital on the programs. Mt Zion Methodist Church with Club, other officers and members

in the basement of the Simpson the First Born Temple. Elder Wm. and Flora, Holloman, 721 The dental section will presentDr. the pastor, the Rev. A. E. Striplingin have completed plans for the

CALENDAREVENTS Methodist Church. Sheppard is; the :house guest of Spearing St. boy/ Feb. 23. .Joe Henry, Howard University charge. musical tea to be given June 10
Mrs. Altamese Wells is chair-; Bishop and, Mrs. Charles Randell Wesley and Mary Sutton, 1471 School of Denistry; Dr. A. Sears, Church School will begin at 9:30a. : from 4 to 6 p. m.in the Recreation

man and Mrs. Mable King, cochairman -i at 2427 Ellington Ave. Logan St, girl, Feb. 24. Jacksonville; Dr. N. Griffith m. Horace White and Leon Center on Mt Herman Street

for this occasion. T Bonnie and Juanita Martin Howard University School of Demps will preside. The program will be entirely

Music for the occasion will be Rev. J. T. Burns of Orlando is 1312'Pasco St, girl,-Feb..24. Denistry on program. Promptly at 11 a. m. the morn- musical and promises to be very
District 10 of the Emanuel Baptist furnished by the Gay Larks, a attending the District Assemblyat Willie and Deborah ,Plant Rt The Pharmacists will present D.I ing worship will begin. Holy com- entertaining.The .

Church will sponsor a trip to popular singing group of the city. the First Born.Temple on-West 8. Box 506. boy..Feb 24. W. Waters, college of, pharmacy munion will be administered at public is invited.
the beach on June 16.The bus will Tickets may secured-frozn Monroe Street. J f Sammie and Susie Newberry, Florida A and M University with 2:30 p: m. The Rev. Timothy
leave the church at 9 a. m. The ,members of the group or>the 1335 Stafford St, boy Feb. 24. Dr. Hurd M. Jones, dean of schoolof Brown will conduct the devotional -

church is located at Forest and YWCA office. Ronnie Tucker a member of Wm-_and Rosebud Nelson 1265 pharmacy: ,Texas Southern University period at 7 p. m. The Rev. PATRONIZEFlorida
Each speaker will bring
Copeland Streets. Central CME Sunday School, is W. 4th St. boy, Feb. 24. scientific information obtained Stripling will deliver the sermon. Star
3-ACTXOMEDY ill in the Brewster HospitalJ. Ervin and Charlene Hudson from years of experience and re Choir and usher board 1 will

Districts 1 and 3 of the St. Mat- 1318 Pierce St. boy, Feb.. 25. search. serve. AdvertisersThis
thew Baptist Church will sponsoran TO.BE, W. Dicks, a member of Cen- Raymond and Glennie Edwards,

outing to Little Tablot Islandon AT JWJ SCHOOL"Battle tral CME Church is ill in the 1843 W. 23rd St, girl, Feb. 25.
June 11. The bus will leave Brewster Hospital. Cobby and Cora Brown Route

from the church at 9 a. m. for Bill a three-act 1, Box 765, boy, Feb. 25.

comedy, ,will be presented by,the Mrs. Carolyn Lambric continuesill Robert and Betty Creech Jr,
District 10 of- the church will graduating,class of James Weldon in her home at 845 W. 15th St 1416 W. 30th St, boy March 3

sponsor an outing to Talbot Islandon Johnson Junior High ,School on Mrs. Limbric is a member First Willis and Beatrice Terrell, 4161

June 18.AUantic Monday June 4 at 8 p. m. in the Corinth Baptist Church. Burroughs Lane, girl, March 4. 'ro

auditorium of the schooL Theodore and Mildred Camp-

Beach -The Versiteer Mrs. Thelma Snell is director of Mrs. Fannie Mae Simmons, bell, Sr, 1405 W. 6th St. boy 3f =
Gospel Singers will be presentedin the comedy.The member of First Corinth Baptist March 5.Pringle. .

a musical recital on June 8 in cast includes Beatrice Dene- Church, continues ill in her homeat Williams and Mary, Rt

the Friendship Baptist Church. field, James Bowman Jeanette 5403 Masons Drive in Floradale.Mr. 9, Box 950A. boy, March 6.
The singers are being presentedin Jennings Loretta Young Robert Henry-and Frances Jones. 668

the interest of Choir 1 of the Ross Shedrick Nails, Donald Neal, and Mrs. Henry Mingo of South Lincoln Court boy March

church. Miriam Burney, Delores Gardner, 231 Chesla Street left the city 6.

Lottie Brooks, Helen Britt and Saturday for Birmingham to at- Lonnie C. Jordan, 1437 McConihe .

Qwendolyn Clark.Thepublic tend the graduation exercises of St. boy, Maren 7. ,

is invited.IFRATENAL their daughter Boncile. They will Eugene Tomblin Route 9, Box ii i f .

Wedding Bells return_to the city Friday. 231F.. girl, March 7. ..
Mrs. Lillie Mae Manigault con: Willie and Ruthie Brown 1150E. J A <

Applications for,Marriage NOTESRose tinues ill in her home at 723 Orange 4th St, gill-March 7.

Licenses St Mrs. Manigault is a mem- i Olive and Annie Raiford 707 -4'

ber of Mt Ararat Baptist Church. Jefferson St, boy Maiyh 7.
Richard.. Benson. 1010 S. 18tl of Sharon Pallbearers Lee and Elnora Griffin 1007
St Philadelphia, Pa,.age 28 and Lodge 216 will meet June 6th at
March 9.
Mrs. Lillie Mae Arnold, a mem- Hopson Lane, girl,
Mary L Spikes, 719 W. ChurchSt. 1082 Davis Street All members ber of A. M. Frazier Court 156 H. Howard and Mary Thomas, 230

age 22.Hardie are.asked to come prepared to pay of J. and a member of Mt Ararat Park St. boy. March 9.
J. Jaudon, 1033 W. Ash- their anniversary fee and monthly
Baptist Church continues ill in Elijah and Estelle Brown. 911
ley St., age 21. and Earths L. dues. Rev. G. W. Miller is the '' t.
the Brewster Ho.spital.She is the Madison St, girl. March 9.

Wade 1038 W. Ashley St. age 16. president wife of Rev...Richard: J.Arnold. Leon L. Bell. 1337.Spearing St. 'qp t. .,' .; "'',- rtTtILLhf4

boy, March 10.
Mrs. Della Williams, a memberof Frank and Egeaory Mathis,:5306 ,,s ,

Mt Ararat Baptist Church is Dodge,Rd, girl, March 24.

.. ATTE'NTIDNOrganizatio ill in her home at 919 W. 19th St.

Members reported ill irom the \'ersity.was conferred. Y N' 3 !' Y
s Church Groups Dr. Player served as consultanton <.' ,
A. M. Frazier Court 156 IL. of J. -
Clubs Socialites are Mrs. Sylvia Dixon of 1262 W. a state,committee in prepara- -r--: I--

4th St. and Mrs. Pressie Williamsof tion for the White House Confer-

2075 Woodside Ave. ence on Education meeting in -

ANNOUNCING: : Washington D. C. ,

Amon Home,Rindge Tech High day.
School senior Cambridge,-Mass. Mrs. Lucile Bell who was injured vary _,, .
; son of Mrs. Dora Scarbrough of recently is recuperating in
Jacksonville; Fla. won a $1500 her home at 1567 W. 10th Street
Teas Parties Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Color You can depend upon Gode. ,
Banquets -
Gordon McKay scholarship to She is a member of Mt Ararat
ing can make your hair as lovely froy's Larieui,the famous brand t
Programs All Occasions Harvard College. Baptist Church. as you wish it could be... gives in the red box. known, apt

-- youthful to gray hair...adds proved for more than 50 y eats.
PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn Dr. Willa B.Player president of Mrs. Isabella Weaver, a memberof glowing new color to drab, Get it at your favorite.cosmetic .!ice: ,
Three Hours Notice Bennett College in Greensboro N. .Mt Ararat Baptist church is colorless hair...starts you look- counter this very dj |
C. is scheduled to deliver the com- conf'med'to Mt. Ararat Sana r- in; younger, lovelier..this very
In 18/Uttering &
mencement address in the Ebenezer ium. ..J.q.

Picture Methodist Church on Tuesday,
$3.50 Group
per June 5 at 10:30: a. m. for Boylan- Mrs, Marie Duhard., a memberof

In 'City Limits Haven graduates. Asbury AME -Church and the r w9
Dr Player has been a memberof L. P. N. Nurses Alumni is ill in Justs

the Bennett College staff sine her home at 3249 Rosselle St
CAlL- 1930 and vice-president in chargeof yiePS

instruction since 1952. She Members reported on the sick "
holds the bachelor of arts degree list from the Mt ,Ararat Baptist -- _dzlyM

'STAR PHOTO! ::;SERVICE from Ohio Wesleyan University.And Church are: Mrs. Juanita Ward in

t. in 1953 was honored by her the Brewster Hospital Mrs. Emma a '1 Lorie- .3. Alt* coup. IMI...4..eI-
1T..miel.r..rtr* ..Y. 11Io **tf, thwv* lMMl p.Yy
'" !la OH. T T".I. Y
EL 4-2391 Alma Mater when the degree oiDoctor. Andrews of 1544 Florida Aye. *.. 4. *. ywtf *._*...,...

oL.Lawsmeived .from;1 and.MrsJiinnie. Jenkins in the .
Teachers College, Columbia Uni-'Brewster Hospital o Y 'M 'c .. yI



'.' Juno 2 1956
Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday ,

I National Baptist Sunday School Meet Opens June 6 I

Rev. J. C. Sams and Rev. S. H. Daniels I Beauticians Serve On Day Spring Anniversary I IItalI Evergreen Church Abyssinia Choir

Will Head Delegation To Actual Meet .v Sets Men's DayMen's Ready To Observe

19th AnniversaryChoir
Day will be observed

The 52nd ;annual session of the National Baptist Sunday School I Sunday, June 3 in the Evergreen

Congress will be held in Houston, Texas, June 6-10. I j r r ta Baptist Church of which the Rev.H. I of the Abyssinia Baptist

The Rev. J. C. Sams presidentof A H. Wright is minister. Church will observe its 19th an-

the Progressive Body; DeaconG. Blind Students Services aie scheduled to begin niversary June 7 at 8 p. m. in the

W. Scott president of the Sun- with Sunday School W. G. Pat- auditorium of the church.A .

day School Convention; the Rev.S. V i ),' -r: 5 1I 44T terson superintendent presiding. program has been arranged
To Get r. with some of the city's leading
M. Daniels of Sanford and Degrees A. Heard and J. C. Burney are

.. president of the BYPU Conven- r teachers in this department. R. M. artists appearing.The .

tion will lead the delegation.The At Florida A & H Smith will give the lesson review. memorial services will be
Rev. Sams is the second conducted by Mrs. Edna Brown,
Devotions will be led
vice-president of the National by Leroy Mrs. Irma Lynch Mrs. Edna Jack
Mallory\ and J. N. Toomer at 11
Baptist Convention of America TALLAHASSEE-Vernon Mack son and Mrs. Evelyn Johnson.
The Rev. N. B. Williams will
and will be one of the presiding Lee, 27 and George Calvin Swil-- : a. m. Serving as general chairman is
: deliver the .
officers during the National Exe- ley, 30, who have been totally ; g sermon.A Mrs. Sadie Bivins.

cutive Board meeting when the blind for half their lives will re- fi.V program has been arranged to

program for the annual session ceive their bachelor of arts degree be presented at 3 p. m.

will be held.G. from Florida A and M University's V V D. G. Richerson and Sanders Boy Seoul CampTo
W. Scott will assist in the commencement rites on June 4. :::: ; Williams will preside at the BY-

general assembly of the Sunday The students expect to walk the PU hour followed by the evening

School hour' on June 10 and the last long mile of their undergraduate \ worship at 7 p. m. The devotional Open July 23

Rev. Daniels will assist during the careers unassisted. They R'A period will be led by D. G. Rickerson -

training union department session have walked the paths and stair- a and Roosevelt Franklin and

The Rev. E. Armster of Clear- ways of the campus with a mini- II:.. ':JI.: M P -' 1 .W :I''I the Rev. W. M. Lavan will be the Highlighting the opening of

Mission mum of guidance from sighted speaker. summer camp at Coacoochee for
water chairman of the State -
ON COURTES COMMITTEE Beauticians of Church who served on the
Dayspring Baptist
chair- fellow students and used white the Boy Scouts of the East and
Board and one of the courtesy committee for the 76th anniversary of the church of which the Her. C. A. Weaver is pastorare Chairman and co-chairman for
board 5 canes only for off campus trips. West Divisions North Florida
men of the national BYPU seen here. From left are: Mrs. Otis Powell, Mrs. Rose Collins. Mrs. Helen Bullock. Mrs. Carrie L. this occasion is Leroy Phoenix
Council will be ofa
Inability to read has been their the completion
and Mrs. Gladys Vaught general Mallard. Mrs. Boniia Gripper, Mrs. Ruth Ashley Mrs. Tiny Thomas and Mrs. Hazel Thorton. and Samuel Lee Jackson. and
director of the Vacation Bible biggest handicap but students $12,000 dining hall a swim-

School will be in attendance. Mrs. paid by the Florida Council for ming pool The opening date for

Vaught is the adult conductor for the Blind have served as readersfor Alumni Day Baptist Leader I Shiloh Kindergarten Rev. and Mrs. S. Bright the camp has been set for July 23.

the Sunday School department of them and helped them with I The North Florida Council is

the Congress. written assignments. Braille edi- Holds Exercises Reveal EngagementOf making all efforts in getting Camp
To Be Observed Raps DieHardsJackson Coacoochee in readiness for
Others to attend are Mrs. Agnes tions of national magazines kept Their Daughter one
L. Dean of Sebring W. J. Butlerof them up to date with world Graduation exercises for kin- of the greatest Boy Scout camp-

Okeechobee. Mrs. Evelyn Williams events. At Stanlon High Miss. Dr. Joseph H. dergarten students of the Shiloh Tallahassee The Rev. and ing seasons ever held.
of Haines. Rev. Robert H. The lack of sight hasn't barred Jackson Baptist Church will be conducted The camp property consists of
president of the National
Mrs. S. R. Bright announce the
Wilson Mrs. Annie L. Huff Mrs. them from dances social eventsor Inc. June 8 at 8 p. m. in the church 210 acres of high rolling land and
Tremble Mrs. Francina dates with co-eds. They frequently The second annual Alumni Day Baptist Convention and pastor auditorium.A engagement of their daughter. Lu- is located about five miles south-
Lucy of Olivet
Chicago's Baptist cille Estelle to Charles Simmons
attended movies and ath- Celebration will be observed on west of Orange Park Florida on
Robinson and Mrs. Alpha Sim- Church and also leader of six brief program has been pre-
Wilson of Mrs. Eunice Wil-
June 8 at New Stanton Senior 21
letic contests taking a sighted highway Clay County.
mons. million pared featuring the little gradu-
colored Baptist people liams of Wildwood, Florida.
High School at which time hun- The cost of the scout
to fill them in camp per
The Rev. H. H. Robinson is the companion along :gave the commencement address ates and the contest between the
the action. dreds of former students and grad- Miss Bright is a candidate for for each week will be $10.00.A .
state railroad commissioner. on ;at Jackson College.Dr. king and queen will terminate.
Although unable to participatein uates are expected to return to the graduation at Florida A and M good all around program is

organized university athletics, campus ,and participate: in the Jackson said in his address The graduation exercises will University, School of Nursing assured including swimming lifesaving -
activities for this the U. S. Supreme Court decision not mean the kindergarten and Education. She is member of
they staked impromptu wrestling many planned a nature study first aid
Delray Search .outlawing segregation was 100 nursery is closing for the summer. Delta Theta Sorority andis
matches and running races with occasion. Sigma trail trips, hikes athletics and
other students. Recent graduates of the school years late but it gave the "lie to June 11 has been announced as a native of West Palm Beach other activities.M. .

Yields WeaponsDelray Lee whose home is in Ft. Pierce who are now attending colleges .Russia's claim" about American opening date for the summer ses Florida.Mr. L. Rudd District Scout
.democracy. He also said legal sion.
will graduate with distinction as or advanced training institutionswill Wilson is a student of Flor- Executive will serve as camp director -
a member of Alpha Kappa Mu meet in the morning with !rights is all his people are asking. ida A and M University a psycho- assisted by a competentstaff
Florida I Dr. Jackson, native of Mississippi -
Beach City national honor society. He main- members of the June graduatingclass a logy major and a member of Kap- of trained adults and veteran

police auxiliaries and state troopers tained a scholastic average of 3.3 and discuss some of the i said flatly he does not see Ministers Alliance pa Alpha Psi Fraternity.The scouters who will be present at
searched autos and occupantsat I any point in members of the two
equivalent to a B plus. Swilley problems peratining to "College marriage will take place camp to direct a program that
the four entrances to the Del- Life" and other topic; of general I races sitting down to discuss what auditor- will each camper's desire
fro mMadison wasn't far behind June 1 at 7 p. m. in the please
Beach and rounded a collection i both already know. He said Tables
ray up with 3.1. Neither flunked a single interest. .. ResolutionA ium of the Bethel Baptist Church for adventure. These men are
of and knives from Southern statesmen are too busy
guns course. Highlighting the alumni pro- with the 'Rev. C. K. Steele offici- Ralph B. Stewart Jr., John E.
cars of both races. Both became blind through illness gram will be an assembly program -:I defending what is called the ating. Bradford Jr. Herbert L. Hughes
of the Southern tradition.Interracial. resolution condemning the
Police said owners arms
; Swilley the age of 14 and in the school auditorium at No invitations are being sent Clifford Norton L. A. Aarons.
i could get" them back at police Lee at the age of 13. 1:30 o'clock. Participants on the Communist the National Party Association and stating for that the but friends of the couple are invited Edgar Alston A. D. Maxey

headquarters after a cooling-off Both students expect to enter program will' include alumni Advancement Bruce Seldon L. C. Frison and
BodyIs of Colored People
-period. graduate school next fall. Swilleyto members from the local area the Frank Chatmon.
was "stands in its present status in a
The public beach barred to
become a teacher or guidance state, and various parts of the
colored people by the City Com- counselor. nation. Being FormedIn questionable state of approval"was BAPTIST MINISTERS
mission recently tohead off race Charles D. Brooks principaland tabled at an executive meeting MANDARINCommunion

conflict. Mrs. Ami S. Currie chairmanof Ft. LauderdaleFort I of the Jacksonville Ministerial TO MEET MONDAYRev.
The commission also police Club 1tctu :Alliance.
gave the Alumni Day Committee services will be
I The resolution had been submitted
emergency powers of search and indicated that a large group of the Lauderdale In a meeting I I H. II. Robinson, president hold in the First Baptist Churchat
seizure to(nip possible gunplay or I older graduates and former stud- June 4 the objectives of interracial to the Alliance May 7 by of the Baptist Ministers Brotherhood the evening hour of worship
The Merrymakers S. S. Club I the Rev. Robert D. Ingle pastor of
knifing., ents.have been assisting with the council being of Duval and adjacent coun- Sunday. The pastor, the Rev. W.
held their last meeting in the I organizedhere Berea Baptist Church.
Until the commission passed its planning of this affair and that will be formulated.The I, tries has announced that they will I I I M. Daniels will deliver the sermon -
segregation ordinance home of Mrs. Ruth Nickerson The Rev. Mr. Ingle's reading of
emergency according to recent responses hold their regular meeting Monday and administer the Lord'sSupper.
committee is of
1124 Logan St: Plans were dis- comprised the resolution at the meeting May
the)beach officially was to
there will be a capacity crowd in the Rev. Paris Bell of the June 4, 1956 in the Bethel .
cussed for hayride to New Berlin pastor 7 brought a sharp speech from
both E faces. That status was a
celebration Rev. H. W. activities for the will
attendance on the day long First Methodist Church who is Baptist Church. The Other day
next month. The next meet- the Rev. Terrell T. Kirk of South
out by municipal spokesmen -
brought chairman Stuckey will preview the Sunday include Sunday School at 9:30: a.
Rev. J. W. Toomer
; {the ,
will be held Saturday night at Jacksonville Presbyterian Church.
in federal court as the basis ing
Faculty members on the alumni Negro Baptist minister Herbert S. school lesson. Rev. H. Williams, m. and morning worship begin-
at 5077 Marigold Rd. ; Ingle cited the Sen.Eastland
8:30 report -
for dismissal of a filed by : p. m.
suit day committee are Mrs.Juanita G. Johnson architect and Dr. J. L. will give the order of the day ning at 11 a. m. with the Rev. R.
Gardens). Books are that the NAACP had Com-
to win access to, the (Magnolia
nine Negroes
Wyatt Mrs. Mildred Pauline Mrs. Bass Negro physician. Rev. G. W. Miller is the reporter. Smith delivering the message.
.. _
beach early this.month. open for new members. munist ties. Kirk said it wasn't
Sarah Flosom, Mrs. Estelle Lovin- Recommendations of the group

good. Miss Louvenia Solomon will be submitted to the council'sexecutive so.The term "definite" was used
Walter White, James Small Ro- RITZ THEATREFriday
committee prior to a
along with the tabling, said the
dell Roberts and Mrs. Willie Rich-
general organization meeting Rev. of the
George Warren pastor
ardson. June 15.Rev. Spring Glen Methodist Church and Saturday June 1- 2

Bell said policies and ob- and spokesman of the Alliance.Dr. ROCKY LANE

Melvin. Grace Practical Nursing jectives will 'be similar to those John H. Hanger newly "BLACK HILLS AMBUSH"and

adopted by the Florida Council on elected president. presided at the BOWERY BOYS IN

Human Relations. meeting.and "JAILBUSTERS"Sunday
Course Offered The Rev. George Foster, pastorat

AND Park Temple Methodist Church' Monday Tuesday

who has been active in formulat- civic groups to designate rep- FIRST RUN
to the increased need for
ing the council said it will be- resentatives who would serve on "STRATEGIC AIR COMMAND"and
trained persons to assist in the
come a laymen's with the the council. Great interest alreadyhas
cafe sick and the large numberof
DEACON June 15 organizational meeting.He been shown -in the proposalby
THE persons interested in becoming MOUNTAIN"Wednesday
urged business government both races.
members of the' "health team",
Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle Superintendent and Thursday

of Public Instruction an- RICHARD WIDEMARK

: GUIDING YOUR WAY nounced that a class in Practical ATTENTIONOrganizations "RED SKIES OF MONTANA"

Nursing will begin in Septemberat -

the Duval County Vocational "BETRAYED1 WOMEN"

School, 521 W. Ashley Street.It .

{10:00 to 12:00 A.M. was previously announcedthat Church Groups

the class would not begin un-

til February of 1957. Clubs Soc'ialitesANNOUNCING.

The twelve month course spon-
1:00 3:00 P.M.
to sored by the Duval County Boardof .

,. Public Instruction is approvedby
the Florida State Board of

Monday thru Saturday, Nurse Education.Registration and Nursing A NEW RAPID PHOTO Teas SERVICEFor Parties P ]NEIfS

Registration for the fall class -

OVER will be held on Thursday June 7 Programs All Occasions

at 9 p.m. at the Vocational School.

Requirements for the course are PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHT ;l.
as follows: Persons must be be- StlllNG
tween the ages of 19 and 45 and On Three Hours Notice HAIR STRAIGHTENCR

WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S shall have completed the 10th endBUCK -

grade or above. Birth certificateand : : aJ.NSISU
character references are also $3.50 per Group Picture j

required. Applicants must show
ONLY ALL NEGRO evidence of good physical and In City Limits AT A1L-DRUG STo i *\

mental health and must pass an wed ky all Nod barter skopS

PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION entrance mental ability test. -CALL- .

Students their
provide books
sac Oft 17 BY MAMT. ,
uniforms and transportation. If

OH EVERY RADIO DIAL" room and hoard is necessary the STAR PHOTO. SERVICEEL

:13&e student must pay this also. V
A laboratory fee if $5.00 per 4-2391 L _

month is charged during the pre- _
clinical period:

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Saturday. JVM 2, 1936 THE FLORIDA STAR. Paae Fire

I Congressman Says Army Returning To Segregation I ** -


Coig. Powell Says Army Leaders I Hampton Alumni Entertain College President I! Registration For *

Disobeyed President Ike's Orders r > : Boys' Day Camp **

Washington D. C. Rep. Adam Clayton Powell told a civil + m Now Being Taken *

rights rally in New York that *"the leaders of our armed forces are *

guilty of treason." He said they have disobeyed President EiSen- *
Registrations for the Sixth An-
hower's orders against segregation of military personnelHe ;
Day Camping program are *
said he had "documented being taken at the Davis Street
evidence" that the official family w. Branch YMCA.

and intimitate friends of ,Presi- Physician Loses E af.ve For the past fire years a day : -

dent Eisenhower are deliberately a camp program has been sponsoredby 1We dfc&Jeuc

bringing back segregation. Medical LicenseTallahassee ) the Boys Work Committee of

Powell said he will be happy to the Y-Branch for the purpose of *

appear before the House Armed. ih4; ; affording recreation for boys who
medical license
Services Committee concerning stay at home part or all of the
of Dr. A. O.
his charges the Army is returningto Campbell was summer. Games of hiking singing
suspended by the State Board of
racial segregation.The stunts, trips, studying nature,
Army has .denied any Medical Examiners. The physi- .d. 9a,, Y softball, boxing, fishing and story

change in its racial policies. cian was convicted of manslaughter t k : telling are enjoyed by the campers. *
in February in the abortion a A tip of the Peptt Cap to
these outstanding young
death of a white woman. *
Americans, who make
Purpose of Day Camp is to develop our
Registration For The suspension is effective country and our community
Christian character, to train
pending outcome of Dr. Camp- a better place in which te live
for leadership, and is accomplished -
Swimming.Classes bell's appeal of his conviction and *
through health attainment, nature -
Begins June 8 four year prison sentence to the -- acquaintance, wholesome rec- * *
State Supreme Court. If the court
4 upholds the conviction, the license HAMPTONIANS BANQUET Members of the Hampton Alumni Association are shown here as reation, social adjustment, joy of *

Registration for swimming lessons will be revoked. they enjoyed a delightful banquet affair held here last Saturday night with Dr. Alonzo Moron G. achievement, religious worship,

at the Jefferson SwimmingPool Dr. Campbell 67, is free at pres- r Moron. president of Hampton Institute as the honored guest.. Shown from left are: Miss Estelle Wil- sports, self reliance, craftsman- *

are scheduled for June 9 at ent under $15,000 bond and facesa I liams.. Mrs. Lanelle Harris, Brarid W. Harris. Mrs. Annetta R. Brooks. Mrs. Lucille Williams. Miss Lou- ship, and altruistic service. *

10 a. m.Hours. $100,000 damage suit brought by :ise Keith HilL Mrs. Rebecca Lundy Martin. Miss Winifred Jackson. Mrs. Johnestine S. Young. Miss The camp is for boys 7 to 15 *

are from 10 a. m. to 12 the mother of the woman who i Forresiine Lovings Mrs. Joyce Lawson. Wendell P. Holmes; President Dr. Moron., T. A. Jackson. R. B. years of age. The camp fee is $3

noon on.Monday, Wednesday and died. I Pepper. Ken Kni hL Mrs.Alice Jackson. Mrs. Eloise Brooks. Mrs. Alice M. Skinner. Mrs. Frances Smith per boy per week. The fee takes *

Friday. Saturday from 10 a. m. to Pierce. William Pierce Kenneth Peppers and E. A. Downing. care of the transportation and *

12 noon for adults only. YourEditorial I athletic equipment. Each boy is

Public swimming classes will be urged to bring his own lunch and Fir *

held daily from 1:30: to 5 p. m. and l Page I Student Body For Gradual IntegrationDenied Brewster Hospital to wear comfortable clothes and *

6:30 to 9:30 p. m. Sundays from Speaks for Progress shoes. -

2 p. m. to 6 'm. Read Page 2 Westside Campers will meet at '
p. ; *
Recognition At U. of Florida Gels Ford GrantBrewster the YMCA office, 415 Broad and et.aL.2. ":N't.
in front of Blodgett Homes on *

CHAMPION'SBig Gainesville -*- The University of Florida has refused to recog- Davis Street. Eastside Camperswill REUBEN PADGETT *
Hospital has just received meet on Jessie and Florida
nize the Students for Gradual Integration as an official student New SUnfon Senior
the Ford Foundation'scheck *
High School
I organization.The for half of the Foundation's Selected leaders and
Clearance Sale group
Pepsi-Cola dealers cheer *
action the
means group I It was learned, however, that
grant to help the
hospital improveand counselors will serve as assistantsto this active member of the
cannot distribute literature on the: committee members believed recognizing Blue Devil's Band Pad- *
extend its services
to Jack- Camp Director, Jesse W. Word. gett is vice-president of
campus or use university facilities: the organization wouldbe sonville and Duval the 10A-15 class, an honor
VALUES TO $7.95 : Charlie Walker is Chairman of student and ParUamentar- *
such as meeting rooms.
interpreted as a reflection of
Men's Dress Slacks H HH"H". ......H... $2.99 The refusal of'recognition came:. university policy on the segrega- total gift of which the the Boys Work Committee and oil tan of the Student Coun- *
.1 Brewster Hospital's check is justa other members are W. D. Sweet,
foo/ Summer Fabrics from the university subcommit.I tion question. There is no an-
I part, was, no doubt, the largest Rev. Robert H. Wilson and Willie *
tee on fraternities, societies, and I
naunced university policy on
.Linens Tropicals Gabardines Rayons Dacrons Cords seg- single disbursement of philan- Smith. Dr. E. W. Thompson, is
SHORT SLEEVE clubs, a group composed of six I regation and the university senate thropy in the history of Brewster Chairman of the Committee of ** *
faculty and four students. It is apart has tabled indefinitely a inte-
Sport Shirts 3-for $4.00 II pro HospitaL Two hundred million Management. *
of the general university gration resolution.
dollars were set aside for volun-
Stock Up at These Low Prices committee on student organiza-' tary non-profit hospitals across ...
tions and social activities.
Use Our $7.00 Holds Amount the nation to help them in the task Paul Robeson Called *
Lay-Away Any William E. Rion, chairman of Negro Student .
to which they dedicated
the subcommittee, said the com- are Before House GroupOn *
bringing to the American
mittee had agreed to make no peoplethe
125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 statement concerning reasons for Graduates From best hospital care in the world. Passport Issue *

The Ford grant gives almost *
the action. Washington, D. C.-Paul Robe-
White ,CollegeMobile total leeway to the Board of Directors -I
of Brewster. The board son, baritone, has been subpoenaed *
to before the House
now has a responsibility to all appear *
Ala Mrs. Fannie Committee on Un-American Ac-
the people to translate this maxi-
'I Ernestine Motley,,a Baptist Min- tivities on passport troubles.
I mum benefits for Jacksonville and
ister's wife has been one of 20 Last week the committee start- *
Duval County.
r, t colored persons quietly attending ed an inquiry to determine whether *

<:- > classes at integrated: Spring Hill the laws governing issuanceof

,. College here. passports should be strengthened BETHF.M KNIGHTON
James Weldon Johnson
l' --
I .. On Tuesday she graduated, the CHIPLEYChipley and whether American pass- High School
This attractive young lady
first of her race in the college's ports have been misused. has the highest average in

126-year history and the first to- The Junior Circle of Robeson's passport was revokedin Science class. She in is the an honor 9th grade stu-

finish a white school in Alabama. the Jerusalem Baptist Church will 1950.on grounds that his travel- dent and a member of the
NHA. Rethenia is alai a
I MtS. Motley entered the Catholic honor the pastor, the Rev. N. B. ing abroad would not be in the and well liked
student f
college after attending Jesuit: Blackshear on Sunday.; interest of the United States. He and student with body the faculty

College here, Selma University: C. IL Lewis will meet with the was awarded a Stalin Peace Prizein *

ctfAW F//S and Alabama State College at,! Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. 1952. * *

Announces Montgomery. At 11 a. m. the Rev. S. W. Wal-

Members of the colored race I ker, assistant pastor of the St. Sanford Man Shot *

were first admitted to Spring Hill Mary Baptist Church, Blounts- *
three years ago. There was no i town will be in charge. Dinner By PolicemanSanford

publicity surrounding their admission will be served at 1 p. m. *

and. there have been no in-, The Rev. A. H. Parker and con- Policeman Robert L. *

cidents. gregation of the St Luke Church, Cooper is alleged to have shot to ti
I' Marianna will conduct the 3 p. m. death a 40-year-old man, Jesse S *

f Integration In '63i service. Caldwell in an alley. The policeman l *

A program planned in honor of said the man drew a pistolon F

) 5 i the pastor will be presented at him when he tried to stop him *
WASHINGTON h u r good:
I F 7:30 p. m. Several numbers have for questioning.LET *
; .5 fl j I Marshall, special counsel for the been planned to the pastor as a 'l
NAACP said recently he doesn'tthink US HELP YOU
leader in the Sunday School dea- *
s complete racial integration WITH YOUR PROBLEMS n
board the deaconess
I will come until sometime after con board If ethers can be locee..hlIa *
youth department and
a friend life so can you
1963.The and counselor with members ROBERT CABSWELL *
year 1963 will mark the : par- REV. H. CLARK
= New Stanton Senior
I ticipating. Musical selections will
r-- 100th of the Emanci-
anniversary High School *
be given by the choir and Miss
pation Proclamation. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Carswell is also cheeredby
$ S Alzenia MtDougal. soloist. Pepsi-Cola dealers for *
excellent performance as
Commander of the Jacksonville *
PatroL He is a
: i Applications Open member of the 11A-10 *
class and the Stanto Musi
ATTENTION Cho and also serves In an
For Health Jobs active and helpful way In *
.N. 111M his church. ,*

It has been announced that a Church * *
Organizations Groups
City of Jacksonville Civil Service .

open examination for the class of Clubs SocialitesANNOUNCING
'* Congratulations from Pepsi
field health worker, will be heldon i Cola to these three Merit

A New Modern Plant To Serve You June 20, 1956. Awerd winners!

Minimum requirements. Age 21- I I
.* LJsteN to Pepsi Merit Award
Conveniently Located At 42 (shall. not have reached 43rd I salutations o. Peed Cola.

birthday). Completion of two A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor TEEN-TIME, WRHC, 1400

1413 Davis Street Hear Fourth StreetFirst years accredited college training on 11 your A.M.dial Saturdays 10.

from a recognized university or Banquets Teas Parties
college including courses in at .

Class Laundry Service 1 Hour CleaningWe least three subjects in the general Programs All Occasions .:.

field of public health. Legal resi-
dents of Duval County and pass

SpecializeIN I medical examination for perms- Three Hours Notice tJLiQ
I II II nent status. For Colored division.
Own and use car in good condi- : S
I rtI
I tion on city's business. Proof of $3.50 per Group PIciire -

ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES I II age, education and voter's regis- _

tration must be shown prior to In City Limits

I We Offer Launderette Service establishing eligibility. Specifica-

tions should be reviewed by applicants CALL

and all applications filed in

GRAND OPENING, JUNE 4-5-6 the offices of the Civil Service STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL c Pops* Cola

Board Utilities Building 34 South Dealers of '"

FREE THEATRE PASSES TO EACH CUSTOMER Laura Street, not later than June
SOUVENIRS FOR THE CHILDREN. 13, 1956. Salary $303.38 per month 4-2391 J

base pay (increase $24.37 after 6 '"

months probationary period).
wstttevt KUaf hare a Pepsi!





,. .....Six THE FLORIDA STAR. Saturday, J... 2, 19S6I

I News :Of ;Interest From

: Katherine F. Black, Pompano; De- Of Defense Aid At FAMU 1 HOROSCOPE GUIDE
FAMUKas29CandidalesforDegreesIB lores C. Bethel Miami; Severia I 'Secretary

Boles; Jacksonville; Mary Nellar

.,Jane 4 Commencement Exercises Bonner Tallahassee; Alzie Davis } (Continued from Page 2))

Bostic Palatka; Richard Bowers Rr or anyone-closely associated with

TALLAHASSEE Two hundred and ninety-four persons are Jr.. Jacksonville; George W. Brat- you< to any plan of action which

cher, Bradenton;,Romar Benjamin they may not find it possible to
candidates for degrees at the June -commencement. exercises of
Florida A and M University.The Bright Bartow; Anna M. Brinson Nrif follow later on. Should you have

largest number of candidates Daytona Beach; Alphonso-Brown, Y succeeded in avoiding the problems -

148, are in the school of Pinkney, Jacksonville; Betty E. Tampa; Edythe Elizabeth Bryant, that comes from hasty de-
Brooksville; Gertrude C. M. Bush, cisiorns or actions, will findit
education. The second largest Proctor, Tampa; William Earbie you

number 102. are in the college of Rice; Sandusky Ohio; Charles A. Miami; Johnny Nathaniel Butler easier to gain the guidance you
Orlando; Sylvia B. Butler Delray need. The 23rd and 24th fair
Royster Cora L. Russ
arts and sciences. In other areas Tampa; ,
Beach; Sara J. S. Cage; Jean Y. days for occupational and em
the candidates are as follows: Apalachicola; Catherine L. Stub-

agriculture and .home economics bs, Quincy; James W. Sweet Ri- Carroll Miami; Dannie Chatman ployment matters whether out

18; engineering and mechanic arts, viera; George Calvin Swilley Tallahassee Carswell, Melbourne; Ruth' L. side at at home; and you should
Catia Lois Geneva Clack Tallahassee earmark least of
11; college of law. 1; school of ; Mae L Vesta Tampa; ; ? at part your
; Prenilla B. Clark Lamont; daily for the
; earnings savings
nursing education. 6; school of Welch Petersburg; .
Sallye J. Clark Lamont Bernyce
; account.
pharmacy, 1; and graduatechool Joanne M. Wilson. Jacksonville; a
7. Samuel Wright. Jr., Sanford; H. Clausell, Pensacola; Mary E. 1-66-40-13-73-431

Coney, Cocoa; Virginia M. Cooper, --
Some 2,000 persons are expected Ernestine Allen. Lake Wales; Hallandale; James D. Corbin. Tallahassee CAPRICORNBorn

to attend the annual baccalaureate : Robert Edwin Allen Jr., Fort ; Lawrence Council. Jr.,
Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
services 'Sunday afternoon Lauderdale; Marjorie J. E. Ayers, Jacksonville:
June 1st 8th
June, 3 when the Rev. Edward T. Lake City; Lewis Emerson Bar- ; to
John R. Cuyler Hartford Conn.
Graham, pastor of Mount, Zion nes, Florence Villa; Marian P. The support of your mate and

Baptist Church delivers the mes Barrett, Leesburg; Charles W. Orastine Delores Dawson, Pensa- old friends can be of great valuein
cola Elvin Franklin Mi-
sage for the occasion. Bright: Tallahassee; Anniece L. ; Dean :i maintaining serenity through
ami Maeola Jenkins
Dunmore ,
; wL
And on Monday morning a capacity Brockington Pensacola; Allen E. : troublesome situations. Happy
Lake Martha Dukes Jack-
City; ,
audience is, also expectedto Clark, Norfolk, Va.; Milton Leroy developments around home base
sonville Sarah E Ector Gaines-
; ,
fill spaceous Lee Hall auditor- Cooper Norfolk, Va.; Rufus Curry and in the economic department,
ville; Ernestine D. F. Edwards,
ium to hear Dr John W. Davis, Fort Lauderdale; Delores L. are excellent restorers of morale.

president emeritus of West Virginia Darville West Palm Beach; Joseph Ocala; Carrie Everett Marianna; A Devote yourself to your intellectual -

State College deliver ,the N. Davis, Portsmouth, Va.; Alton Ernest Farmer Palmetto; t, hobbies and the affairs of

commencement address. Raymond Nathaniel Days. Jr. Delores Foster Pahokee; Helen cherished ones, and you will find

Foster Pahokee; Bernice Camp- that this can be a great source of
Magazine, Ala. Frank Alphonso
Other activities during the com- ;
bell Tallahassee Tom-
Franklin ;
joy. Guard against the specula-
Edwards, Pensacola Leon Ferguson -
mencement season will include ;
the reception for the graduating Miami; Vera V. Ford, Havanna -I mie Lee Gaines, Sebring; Alta- SPEAKS AT FAM-U James C..Evans (center), civilian assistant to the secretary of defense. tive urges and attend to your

Flora J. Green Vernon Her- i mease Lockhart Gilchrist, Tampa -I Washington. D. C. ,was the principal speaker when Florida A and M University held its annual observ duties even if you have to feel
seniors their parents, friends, the ; ; I
man Frederick Green, Jackson- ; Elizabeth Opheila Gipson; Lif- ance Armed Forces Day chapel program. Left to right. Lt. CoL S. R. Bright. Tallahassee Reserve disgruntled with your working
alumni faculty and staff that will
ville Verle Bernard Hammond I ford; Julia Viola Glenn Tallahassee Officers Corps: Dr..George W. Gore. Jr., president: Evans: Lt. CoL Daniel E. Day professor of military conditions or co-workers. This
be given Sunday evening at 7 by ;
St. Augustine Charlie E.Hanker- ; John James Gomez Boston: science and tactics, and,Cadet CoL Valene Croskev. Ocala. Fla. university ROTC. period will open new adventuresto .
President and Mrs. George W. ;
i Mass.; Alice Yvonne Griffin (A and M staff photo by James Walden) advance.
Lauderdale F.
Gore Jr., at their home Sunshine son, Fort ; Joseph Titusville
Manor. Hargrett, Tallahassee; Lemuel 1... i ; -1& 20-33--212
Alice H. Deland Nathaniel
Howell ; ---
Harris St. Augustine; Jewell Har- i
The names and hometowns of riett Harter Lakeland; Rosalie i Hawthorne Grimsley; Dor- Pomona Park NewsBy Central POLITICS AS USUAL AQUARIUSBorn
the candidates according to schoolor othy L. Hamilton, Bradenton; Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
Ann Hill Tallahassee; Prince Hin-
college follows: agriculture and 'Hel, M. Hamm Fort Lauderdale June 1st to 8th
n ; (Continued from Page 2))
son Eustis; Joe Nathan Howard, I'
home economics-Nehemiah Bowers Okeechobee Mary Lou Harris, Clearwater; Mrs. Florence McBrideMr. Academy Bendiner concludes that the Collect whatever you have com-

Bascom; Charles Henry Chester ; Allen Louise Higgs, Miami; James' "sizable bloc" of "militant and ing in the way of salary or other
Brooksville Harold Hagins, Ernest Alexander Hunter Tallahassee -I and Mrs.' Eddie Milton are
; Arthur Holley, Tampa; Richard HighlightsBY frustrated" Negroes will not vote forms of income and put them
Jr., Oak City; Clarence Hans- ; Jasper Paul Jenkins the proud parents of a baby girl "
Hunter Jr., Vero Beach; Betty J. Democratic, adding: safely way, out of the reach of
berry Dade City; Lawrence David Tallahassee; Lawrence Jenkins, I Ingraham Miami; Willie J. Irvin: named Vivian instead of Sylvia as "A majority of Negro votes will strangers as well as yourself. You
Mobley Brooksville James Mel- West Palm Beach; Fannete Jua- I reported in last week's'column. WARREN HOWELLThe
St. Augustine; Carl McLloyd In-: probably be found in the Demo- are on much safer ground when

vin Proctor,Tampa; James Walter nita Jenkins, Tallahassee; Burry graham Pensacola; Dorothy Blye I and Gold of cratic column even in this year of you devote yourself to the family
Reddick L. Johnson Pensacola; Luther Services at Allen AME Chapter
Sims, ; McCoy Jefferson Jackson Ponce De Leon; Roslyn Chapel the National Honor C. strong emotion but all the signsare and domestic pursuits which improve -
Andrew Jones, Albany Ga.; Kath- Church Society at
Marianna Claretha
White. ; Anna were enjoyed Sunday by
Jeter, Miami; Amozene Johnson A. elected their officers for that the days of 80 percent your living conditions and
M. Joseph, Sanford Alfred all who Rev. new
Haines Mae eryn ; attended. The
Allen. City; Janey pastor ,
Webster; Lovonia Johnson, Ma- the next school term. majorities are over and done add to your voluable possessions.
L Kincey Jr.. Valdosta; ,Howard Starkes the They are
Betsey ,.Quincy; Myrtle Watson ; delivered morning: "
rianna; Lula Evelyn M. Jolmson! Booker Williams President Ed- with Don5t let the love of pleasurecause
Brown Pensacola, ; China Eliza- Oley King, Pensacola; James I and evening message. ;
West Palm Beach Oscar Johnson to incur the displeasureof
ward Sweat Vice President you
Lilla Charles King Chicago III; Katherine ;
beth Laird Bush. Careyville I
Jr., Tampa; Glovine Scniggs those in charge, or to overlookthe
Doris Cogman, Havanna; Zoretha ,*Edwards Larkins Tallahassee ,Sunday School was enjoyed by' Gwendolyn Greene, Secretary; Althea Gibson
Jones, Fernandina Beach; DorothyC. Ollie moves of the competition.
Doyle, Carrabelle; Gladys L. ;; Thomas Mathew Lee Sarasota all who attended. The Superintendent Ison Secretary;
Kneerly Bernice Leonard Bar- 3-10-707-17-58-55
Charles T. Maxwell. Jack- ; .Deacon Otis McBride James Youman, Treasurer; Warren :
Jones, ,Quincy;. Virginia Joseph ; '
tow; .Hazel M. P. Levan, Miami;
Dunedin; ,Susye M. Pierce, Jacksonville sonville; Reuben Arlingston Mil- presented. and gave inspiring. remarks Howell Reporter, and William -
I Samuel Martin, St. Augustine; PISCES
;.Mildred. Inez White;Ma- ler, J'acksonvillet Nathaniel P. on the subject. Norwood, Chaplain. The Society f
Fannye Laura Mickins Jacksonville :;: its thanks to PARIS A crowd of Born Feb. 19 thru March 20
expresses coun- 12,500
rianna .college of arts and Moore Jacksonville; Earl C. Mc-
; -
; Alrich Millter, Jacksonville; cil members Mrs. '1... L. watched Althea Gibson June 1st to 8th
sciences-Andrew J. Allen. II, Cray Daytona Beach; Otto J. Mc- Hardy as con-
Queen Jacksonville Alfred Lloyd Mary J. Minton St. Petersburg; Mrs. G. L. Long Mr. E. R. Wil- tinued her sweep of preWimbledon Channel any surplus energiesinto
Fernandina Beach; Ernest Austin ; FAMU Law Student
Lake ,Wales; Robert S. Bailey, Nelson West Palm -Beach; Paul Fredericke Augustus Morley, Mi- liams, Mr. H. H. Wright, and Prof.F. Tennis tournaments by cap- creative and pleasurable: out-

Fort Pierce; Earl Rodney Brooks, i Lindbergh Nixon Havanna; Edward ami; Mary Louise Harold Moss; Passes Florida Bar R. Brooks for their cooperationin turing the Women's Singles finalsof lets and put off consideration of

Gainesville; Hazel Michele Brown, i Prentis Nolan Jr., Miami; Mary Elois Mourning Fort Lau- helping the society in the past the Paris Championships at Ro- pressing problems until later

Tallahassee;James Vernon Dixon, Rutherford Oatts, Columbia; Mar- derdale;Arthur Lee McCoy Phe- term activities. land Garros Stadium. when your chances of handling

Winter Park guerite L. Pinckney Miami; nix City Ala.; Pecolia Anne Mc- TALLAHASSEE Alphonso Miss Gibson won from Angela them will have considerably im-
Calvin Lewis Edwards, Lowell; Zepharine Porcher. Quincy; Polly Ghee; Gloria Yunez Nairn Jack-: McGee, the first male graduate of Members of the Nancy Jane Mortimer, of Great Britain 6-0, proved. Rather thanl making definite -

Andrew Jerome Freeman Plant A. Ramsey, Tallahassee; Willie L. sonville; Joyce E. Noble Fernan- the college of law at Florida A Dance School gave a dance revue 12-10 to gain her 13th title, and decisions, let your mind I

City; Salathiel Gaiter, Miami; Mc- Roberts, Jacksonville; Mille Cur- dina Beach; Demetral Rhue Norman and M University, recently passedthe Friday May 25, at the C. A. Cafe- 7th in succession since embark- work on alternate plans consult

LainGarfield Garrett. Jr., Port tis, Rodriquez, Tampa; Fred El- Jacksonville* ; Lucy ,Mae Florida Bar arid was sworn in torium. ing on a tour of Asia and Europelast experts,or put out feelers to make

Authur Texas; Callivan Estell- liottee Rush, .Ocala; Edna L. Oliver Tampa; Trecie M. Paige, on May 28.McGee December.By sure which way the wind blows.

'man,Gladden.. ,Cincinnati Ohio; Sampson Orlando; Phillip James Orlando; James L. Palmer, Quincy a native of Tallahassee, The Senior class with the cooperation defeating Miss Mortimer in Things are likely to be on the

Hardy> Louis Griffin Clearwater; I Sellers Tallahassee; Aleen Sloan ; Jessie M. Palmer, Quincy; is presently employed in the busi- of their sponsors pre- the straight set victory Miss Gib- hectic side around home base so

Betty Jean JJayev Jacksonville; i JacksonvilleWilma H. Smith, Johnnie L. Pandley, Jr. Jackson- ness office of the university hos- sented the senior class play Wed- son erased an early setback hand- don't contribute to existing frictions -

Walter David Billiard. Tampa; i Tallahassee; Martha E. Taylor, ville; Silas 'L. Parrish, Jasper; pital and health center. He is mar- nesday June 1, at the cafetoriumin ed her by,Miss Mortimer in Indiaat by falling back on your

Ida Elizabeth Jackson DeFuniak i Haines City; Dorothy M. Thomas, Clifford Paul Jacksonville; Cath- ried to the former Delores Greenof title "PaPa Says No. the very beginning of the trip. sense of humor.

Leon ,Johnson :Tallahassee; Thelma Coretha erine A. Perkins, Webster; IreneT. Jacksonville, a graduate of the To attain the finals in this last 7-30-44-12-65-705
Springs Alphonso
Williston; ; .Benjamin Kennerly, Trueblood Tallahassee; Luther Perry Chaires; Ella M. Pitt- university who is a member of the Students and sponsors of the build-up tournament before the

Alexander Benjamin Weems. Sr. Tallahassee man St. Petersburg; Freddie F. Jacksonville public school system, Junior Class attended'the Junior- Wimbledon Championships. Miss

JacksonviUejEugene Lincoln --Belle(, Glade; Vernon ; Edward Livingston Williams, Pittman, West Palm Beach; Ed- and the father: of'a son, Gary, age Senior Prom at Dunbar High Gibson had been forced to over-' (/u & Ret'efofPAIN
win A. Pleasants, Jacksonville; unfavorable
five Green Cove series of
Springs Thursday come a
Mack Lee Fort.Pierce; Jayne D. Lakeland; Joyce Loretta Williams,
Mills, SL Petersburg; Albertha Lakeland; Benjamin J. Wilson Ethel B. Brown Potter, Attucks; night after receiving an invita- crowd reactions and fight off.a,
John S. Purvis, Brooklyn N. Y.
Belinda Nelson, Miami; Verdell Union City Ala.; Rufus Wilson ; of nursing-Lucille Estelle Bright tion. mild case of personal bitterness.

Palmer,' Jacksonville; Carolyn L. 'Jacksonville; Estella Wright Daytona Marietta B. Pyles; Jean Raiford, Tallahassee; G. Faustina Foote Miss Gibson is now ready to

ii' Beach; Clyde Leo Young, Jacksonville; Albertha Carmen Brooklyn, N. Y.; Evelyn K. Jenkins The C. A. faculty met Tuesday; enter the. Wimbledon matches
Ray, Clearwater; Christine B. I_ PAINS .. $LADACN(.. NEURAL
err.x Tallahassee; Tallahassee; Wynelle Mims, May 22, in the library to make greatly encouraged by her succes- ,QIA.NEU'UTIS...Ii T AN BACK TAB
DRIVE Reaves, Pensacola; Kate W. Richardson St. Augustine; Juanita Alberta further plans for.the coming eval- sive victories. The Wimbledon ..LETS.. POWDERS. STAN BACK itMt

LEARN VTO School of engineering and me- Tallahassee; Sylvia H. W. Moore, Madison; Jacquelyn Mar- uation. matches will be played June 27. .nc.jJicrcdiMit ....... STAN... -

The Qukktat Tke IuIett chanical arts-Karl Alonzo Baker Riggins. Trenton; Pearl L. Rob- ian Thomas, Madison;-school of For 79 years, this tiny boroughnear .SACK... rt..._ IM..osy several >* >to 4lly Ufa*pv doss.Th. .
War To LS.etIAJAX Sr. Mobile; ,Ala.; Rosa M. Black- erts, Quincy Inez Ernestine Rob- .M 4. .< ; pharmacy-Monroe Mack. Camp- Recent visitors on C. A. campus London has been esteemed as ,MULTIPLS Mt r** e"kru**,aM..ar.e.a.t.t. .
shear;. Henry 'N. Brown St. inson, Tallahassee; Mary L. Robinson bellton -graduate school-Mel- were Mr.-Boiling. Mr. McCloud I the tennis center of the world. t.1 d.a.i.S aaiivty ..4 .......
,Daniel L. Carley, Apalachicola An- ; .swats .ccssyiq .-;. .
Petersburg Homestead Hildretha
; ; Florida A&M student
tonia L. Mullen Palatka; Thelma Barbara Ash and Lillian LovetL The former '
DRIVING'SCHOOl:. I Robert Green Quincy; Delores 3TANQACIC ...
? derson Rolax Quincy; Deborah Paremore Tallahassee; I stands a chance of adding Tat as&ef
.. CALL EL40639George ) I Lloyd Eugene Hadley Tallahassee Ross Tampa; Beulah E. Rousseau Myrtle Hawthorne Pike Pensa- The American Government classis I her name to a list that includes Ataisst PrsPar.t1.Vw'w AR...? ;

; Nettie M. Love. Gainesville; Jacksonville; Elzora T. Saunders, cola; Benjamin Franklin Stephenson -conducting the school voting i such tennis queens as Helen Willis Ever

Perpena I Vemice D. Love, Gainesville; Piretta; Margie L. Savage Madi- ; Charles Jessie Williams; ballot for the outstanding seniorin Moody, Suzanne Lenglen Helen us fII.

1134 W.;/:5th Street. Clyde W. Johnson, Orlando; Ches- son; Lexanna Sellers, Pensacola; Johnnie Jean Barnes, Fort Pierce, the line of athletics character, Jacobs, Alice Marble and Mae .

... ter P. Rhodes Apalachicola; Sam- Lillie Mae Shine, Tallahassee; and Mary Edith E. Bennett. and scholarship for the past term. I i Sutton Bundy. -

uel L. Williams, Jacksonville; Ruth C. Simmons, Cocoa; Hattie -

school of education-Annie* Mae Anderson Singletary, West Palm
ACHING MUSCLES Amos, Brewster; Hazel B. Anderson Beach; Elsie Hinson Smith, Eus- 1 T NIS CAp GAVE INER, /
v A
Lamont, Roberta Jefferson tis; Lois R. Spearman St. Peters- ; Hl5171. .

R.a.v. p..... IiN4. ...... ..w.. ew.S's. Bailey Ft. Pierce; Betty Thomas burg; Verree T. C. Stormes, Jack- ,ttAN'S FILTHY SAILIhi rT
.with STANBACK. .kl....*t...d.rTANACK *
William +
...fertille Baker, Boca Grande; sonville; Lillie J.Tanner, Palatka; e wln laoubfty
fast Muff
$ ass -
..riel...MNtIM the BTANBACK,...&. Clarence Balloon, Crystal Rivera; Isrea Taylor, Jr., Tallahassee; \ WHAIiAIS IT JDON'T
......... ........ M..Metat IS tt.P. W Theophilus Lorraine Barnes; Majorie Terrell, Jacksonville; T / RIGNTCI;BREEZY./ YAWff Fru. I Ica.
V s4 liM I.. tart isM.. el of.. aa, los l: wE'u.uuelu+lr ,
Freddye N, Black Lake Wales; Clarissa Hector Thompson Live ouR New rTlfi > !' '

Oak; Rossie L. D. Triplett,Tampa;

Article in Reader's DigesfcReveals Helen- Y. Trotman. Miami; Eddi- j jFf

belle C. Vereen. Ocala; Delores O.

Walden, Sanford; Martha T. .__
Jittery PreMenstrual"Tension.Is..So Washington Tampa; Mildred E.

: Washington. Savannah Ga.; MaryE.

White Bartow; Barbara J. Wig-
Often Needless Misery
a gins, Sarasota; Bernice W. Williams -

Do suffer terrible nervous ten- topped or strQdnglT relieved Pensacola; Constance H.
t siaa-feel you "Jittery,.tmt&ble*.deh..pain and dlsoomfortl out of 4 Williams, Orlando; Juanita Dt S. -
*,pressed-Just belore-yourperiod women got glorious relief! Williams, Perry; Mae E. Williams, N'1'tL.1 1 AMFVi: OH YBD' MNdLEDRIGCEiY 11LRE rf Kd.'Ct+aR60 /
.etch month? A startling artIcle In Taken regularly Plnknam's relieves GC 1t7U JUAtPl18QA1tD.ywE'RS( BUT-!/
,READER'S DIGEST reveals such tbeheadaches.cramps,nervous Metten Ga.; Malinda Williams, NG-TO WALK ITS
pn-meostrasl torment. Ja seedless tension .during and beforeyour Quincy; Mildred O. Williams, pen-,
in many,cases! period. Kanywomen never
misery Wil-
Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the flrit day Why sacola; Samuel Lawrence
bow to rotd such co&ering. should you?This month;.start tak- liams, Tampa; Doris L..A. Wood-
PinkhanVs Compoimfl ing Plnkham's. See If you don'tand L
,With Wood-
Miami Gretty Bryant
Lydia ard ;
.theyTe so much bapescape pit-menstrual tension..so i I
.pier .less-tense as those. (Sftcultdays" often the cause of unhapplness. I ie, Bradenton; Millie P. Woods
approach! Get Lydia E. Jacksonville; Edmonds Wyche,Jr. ,
Lydia Plnkham's Isd.st.es'tetts..sauist. Plnkham's Vegetable -
has a rejnarkable- =frWw.3 Mt.!4 VMM pi Compound... Bartow; Rosemary Young Pensa- L
.soothing effect on. -ejd.l.eets..ditrnePsist. or convenient new cola; Lois Martina Zaragosa. Pen- !
...toa IOJQ'C8..o.lUcb: .. J.d.. !relt.f 4.rt.1u4 Tablets which have
.distress. doctors .Lu -Ie ... ,.blood bu11l1mgJron_ .. Mcola; -college oLIaw-Jennings t aa
Pinkham'f' added! At druggists. school t
tests. ...-...... Henry Best Jacksonville;-

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Saturday Ju.. 2', 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR
__ Paat Seven

tSiPORiS I Saran Wrap I

Southern Baseball Association,. Is Hit By Boycott .....,., ,,:o:; 5 :


Loiisiasa Boycott Proving Effective GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURYSPORTING I FAMU JLlklelesAwarded'Lellers Sporls Clinic Saxton To Give

As Fans Protest Discrimiialion Set Al FAMU Basilio A Shot

The 12th annual Florida A and Al Welter CrownCHICAGO
NEW ORLEANS The Southern Baseball Association, faced TALLAHASSEE Coach Robert

with an unofficial but highly effective boycott of games by Negroeshas j P. Griffin awarded the varsity M University football and basket-

been told by several of the club owners of the effectiveness of' "F's" to the members of the 1956 ball coaching clinic is scheduledfor Johnny Saxon

the boycott They also admitted that if the.attendance does not pick y track and field team at FloridaA June 11-16, as announced by the world's welterweight cham-
the will be forced to fold d ) athletic director A. S. Gaither.
up league up. & M University. pion and recent winner over Gil
The boycott had its beginningin Emphasis will be placed on Turner
agreed to give Car-
Letter winners were Ruben Fel-I
football June 11-14 and basket-
New Orleans in a very quiet ures show a drop of 20 per cent in der, Jacksonville; Al Frazier, ball June 14-16, Gaither said. Dur- men Basilio a chance to regain the

and unheralded manner. There attendance so far this season. Jacksonville Frank Brown, Mi- title he won from Basilio in a controversial -
ing the session twenty-three top-
was no publicity and fanfare of decision
last .
: ami Vic Muldrow Newark N. J. i I March.A
, ; ; ics will 1e:: aired.
any manner to mark its beginning rematch with Basilio was dismissed -
Zene Clayton, Tallahassee; Mat Topics will be discussed by Paul
FAMU Teams
but from the jump it had its ef while the champion was
thew Gilbert, Miami; Benny Thomas Dietzel head coach, Louisiana
Miami; James Jackson,I State University Tom Nugent, training for his overweight match

Negro patrons have become Win 12 TrophiesTALLAHASSEE i y Brooklyn, N. Y.; Gallivan Glad-! head coach Florida; State University against Gil Turner. Saxton said he
very much disgusted over the seg- f agreed to take on Turner becausehis
den Cincinatti Carl Jefferson
I ; ,
: Bob Woodruff, head coach,
regated seating arrangements and > I style resembled that ofBasilio's.
I Quitman, Ga. Gerald Cardoza,
Florida A ; University of Florida; Ray Graves
the lack of a single Negro on any The fight with Turnerwas
and M University athletic teams i Marion Mass.; Roy Young Anderson line coach, Georgia Tech; Corner
of the eight teams in the league. a non-title match.
won 12 championship trophiesand I iIi Ind.; Charles Ramsey W. Jones, line coach University of
Earl Mann, general manager of Palm Beach and Saxton has received much criti-
two runner-up national championship Bobby Lang, Oklahoma and Chuck Mather,
the Atlanta Crackers and vet cism of his performance against
a Jacksonville.The .
trophies during the past head coach University of Okla-
eran in Southern Association Y 70NY.2ALA' I Basilio when he captured the
athletic ,
year. / 1955-56 letter winners in homa.
LOST#/5 I' championship. Saxton was critic-
baseball said "the entire Southern
The football team wan the /OOL.EWECROW..v r : basketball are Roy Young Fred- Others taking part in the activities -

Association may have to fold un- S.LA.C. title and finished in the 7D ARCSL.: CERDAN Wl/EA/ /!.','' die Dyles, St Petersburg; Leon of the clinic are Frank Broy- ized by the fans for not standingup
to HE WAS UVABL :7D COAfE I to fight Basilio. The former
less fans start coming
more" runner-up slot for the national our tZk2 711E TWELFTH .. Collier, West Palm Beach; Leroy; les, backfield coach, Georgia Tech champion said in talking about

games. crown. The baseball team also ROUND /N O1IE QoC" 77-/E Gibson, Tallahassee; Leo Morgan,I Sam Lankford, trainer Universityof
the criticisms "I have gripe.I .
: no
Vincent Rizzo, general managerof won the loop title. CSRE"ATESToS' F/G/y75 Columbus Ohio; J. C. Williams, Florida and Forest Allen, head
will await chance to
the New Orleans Pelicans said, The track and. field team won Tuskegee Inst.; Jeff Williams, coach. University of Kansas. my
tfr JERSEY C/7" N. \/ :the title which I am sure Saxton
"there is definitely a boycott butI championship trophies at the EoTEAlBER 21,/948: .. Tampa; Godfrey Murray, St will to."
don't want to comment on it Xavier University relays and retired Petersburg; Eddie Simmons,
I Saxton has said he is ready to
further." the Alabama State relays Chipley; Andre Streaty, Anderson Columbia Protests
prove to the fans that his victory
Clarence Laws, Louisiana field trophy. Ind.; Roosevelt Giddens fluke.
over Basilio was no
secretary for the NAACP, said, Golf team members won the IT UP Pittsburg, Pa. Morgan, a fresh-; Over Savannah

"the boycott has been about 95 I Tuskegee invitational team title man, won the most valuable player -

per cent effective. and a Rattler linksman won the BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON award. Uncle Sam Is After

The boycott started at New Orleans -' individual crown. ,. Letter winners on the SIAC : Flying Pennant Joe Again For Taxes

last season when five prospective In tennis, the Rattler netmen I WILLIE MAYS the New York ham seems to be headed for the championship baseball team are

Negro players were dropped won on the Fam-U invitational ,Giants flash gave the fans a sample major leagues. He is being heavily Olious Barker, Dayton, Ohio; COLUMBIA, S. C. The city CHICAGO The governmenthas

from the Pelican roster before singles championship, the Tuske I of the old Ty Cobb spirit last scouted by major league James Carmichael Atlanta Ga.;I council of Columbia has protestedto again clamped down on for-

the season opened.At gee singles and doubles championship I week when he stole four bases in scouts. Ollice Davis, Belle Glade; Eugene William (Bill) Terry presidentof :mer champion Joe Louis with the

first, Negroes demanded the the Wiley relays singles and .one game.His big bat continues to ERNIE BANKS the slender Edwards, Ocala; Douglas Evans, the South Atlantic League filing of an income tax lien for

appearance of qualified Negro doubles championships, Florida II menace the National League smooth fielding shortstop of the Fort Lauderdate; 'Michael Franks, against the flying,of the 1955 pen- $32,308.46 which makes the eighth

players on the team and later State singles and doubles cham- I pitchers and his running is a Chicago Cubs has been able to get West Palm Beach; Davis Gardner, nant in Savannah. I time it has happened to Joe.

expressed demands for segregated pionship, Jacksonville singles, I headache to all Giant opponents. only five hits against the Phila- Plant City; Roosevelt Giddens, When the pennant was won by The new lien covering income

seating. Club officials called a doubles, and mixed doubles cham- CARLOS PAULA the big hard- delphia Phillies' Robin Roberts, Pittsburgh. Pa.; Willie Grant, Per- Columbia in 1955, the team was :tax for the years 1953 and 1954,

conference with Negro leaders to pionship, and Captain Roosevelt II hitting Negro outfielder has been but every one of them have been rine; Howard Kelly, Jacksonville; owned by the Cincinnati Redlegsof ;makes a total of $1,243,097 the

settle the matter, but the meeting Thomas finished as the runnerupfor I recalled by the Washington Senators home runs. When Banks homered Cullen Lowe, Richmond, Va.; the National League. Since that government The previous claims liens Louis covered owe the

ended in a stalemate and "stay- the national intercollegiate i from Denver. Paula is the off Roberts on May 4, it was his William Lucas, Jacksonville; Her- time Cincinnati transferred its years 1946 through 1951.

at-home" policy increased.At singles championship. man who batted his way tothe. fifth consecutive home run garn- .bert Montana Tampa; Charles franchise and players to Savannah -

a recent New Orleans game majors by way of Charlotte. ered off the offerings of the Na- I Newman Atlanta; Theodore When the franchise moved,

four Negroes were present. Hardwood Ace THE WASHINGTON SENA-:' tional League's leading pitcher, Sharper, Daytona Beach; Joseph the pennant moved with it

Latest official attendance fig- TORS have also recalled Lyle four of them came last season. i Lee Smith Cocoa; Bert Whitney, The council contended the pen- B/qcfe/ Changing QtricJcerGillette

Luttrell another standout in the. SAM BROWN. considered by I Topeka, Kan.; George Williams, nant "rightfully". belongs to Columbia -

Selling Pace South Atlantic League. Luttrell many to be the greatest running .II.Jacksonville; Lorenzo Collins and called for "proper,

No neededt was rated one of the best short- back ever to play football at manager, Jacksonville. action" to have it "returned to its

surgery As High JumperFRESNO stops to ever perform on local UCLA, having gained 829 yards The baseball team was under proper place."
reduce swelling diamonds. rushing last season to lead the the direction of Coaches Oscar
HANK AARON and BILL BRU- Pacific Coast Conference, has Moore and Costa Kittles.
tf painfoI piles! Russell the, Calif.agile -Ail-American Long Bill TON are going like wild fire at signed his name on the dotted Members of the championshipgolf COLD SUFFERERS ued lalecpmFarfine

basketball, center of the Univer- the plate for the.Milwaukee line to play professional football team were Jimmy Craft, Lake COLD itcomforti yield quickly to I

In doctor tests amazing new Braves. The heavy hitting of the for the Cleveland Browns. Brown, Wales Paul Manning Bradenton; STANBACK'S prescription formula
Stainless Paso Instantly relieved sity of San Francisco, the nation'sbasketball ; STANBACK tablets or powder work lO'rot
A and B combination of the who is 22-years-old, stands I
pQetf torture! Gave Internal and champions continuesto Edward Hall Jacksonville and fast !. bring; comforting relief from
external relief-without surgeryl high Braves is playing a major part in feet, 10 inches and weighs 173 I James Hill, Bartow. This foursome tired,sore,-p hfno muteles, neuralgiaand
much a
show promise as
6 medically-proved ingredients reline keeping the Braves on and near pounds tried out with the Los I the Tuskegee Invita- headacKci duo to cold
pdTi.tta-Mug instantly I Reduce and it that Rus- won
Kiting.Promote healing.You sit, jumper appears to the top during this early season. Angeles Angels of the Pacific tional Meet May 5 with Craft
walk m comfort!Only stainless pile sell will be the first man ever Both men are rated among the Coast League. He indicated that with the individualscore.
finishing top
Stainless Pazoft clear feet.
remedy. Suppositories seven best in the majors. he would give up football for .
or ointment at druggists. When Russell appeared recentlyat Coach Hansel Tookes, made
JACKIE ROBINSON of the baseball, but when he was inducted J
the West Coast Relays he tied the announcementThe .Y.
Brooklyn Dodgers continues to into the Army last week he -
for first with a leap of 6 feet 9 t/2 net team letter winners are
show his old time form that won decided he would give up base-
inches. He was tied by Charlie Captain Roosevelt Thomas, West
him to the hearts of all baseball ball and stick to football. ylomat c
Dumas of Compton (Calif.) Junior Palm Beach; Eddie Nolan, Miami;
WATCH THIS ,CLOWN fans. Jackie isn't showing any LARRY DOBY, the hard-hitting
Paul Buie, West Palm Beach and
College. signs of slowing up around the outfielder the Cleveland Indians DthJ:
Both men were shooting at James Williams of Fort Lauder-
19-61-37 hot corner his hitting is still sold to the Chicago White Sox,
Russell's knee dale. The squad won seven tour-
seven appear. pounding out base bits that mean hasn't been able to get started NO UQUOR TASTE... *
95-197-52 ed to graze the bar on each of his uniforms. naments during the past year.The NO LIQUOR EUATHI +
runs his base running is sensational since he changed Doby
final two attempts. letters were awarded by Coach
and his all team spirit is has been plagued with injuriesand
definite about Walter Austin.
There is nothing
4 3 causing the Dodgers.front office an ailment that was caught
Russell's continuation as a high
to wonder just where will Randy down in the tropics when he was
6 5 He has already made the
jumper. Jackson fit in. in the service. Doby has been out MICKEY VERNON. ENDS
basketball team and
8 7' Olympic ROCKY MAPiCIANO. the undefeated of the White Sox lineup continuously (Country) SLAUGHTER and
he is high jumping "just
says the Sox. He
retired heavyweight since joining
His best in com- STAN MUSIAL are the only ac-
fun. previous
34-46-3 petition was six feet, 8 inches. champion is considering going has returned to the team wearinga tive players to have played in

346-70-89 into the wrestling game, but onlyas golf glove.CHARLIE. 2,000 or more games.

a referee.' According to state- HARMON. is now in ELSTON HOWARD the man

ttiOROWNKJULHURTING ments made by Rocky, there will his third year with the Cincinnati
s..tI8ea ... aP who hit a home run his first time yew Since 1721..RELSKA8
Sewtl.a .... dow.He YOU? be no more ring competition for Redlegs. and during this time he at,bat in a World Series game, has

dds, subtractsH ......11ftItllt" him.BILL has played every infield positionand proved to the baseball world that The World's Most Honored Vodka
Marks it all .1'01I.' Harmon is not
WHITE. the rookie first in the outfield. he is no fluke on a baseball field.

A f_ .r t1TGBObums w.: baseman of the New York Giants only a versatile ball player but Howard played the outfield with 80 and 100 Proof.Ud hen Crate by LRilsky ft tie CocktysvlUe,Md..O.SX

FOR JUNE 9th ;' ":'tM. became the 26th player in major he is also an ambassador of "goodwiU" the old Kansas City Blues of the
.. ...
66-79-41 :::.aa.- league history to hit a home run and one of ,the best liked American Association. In 1954, he I
:. =:-.rr; :
uSm his first time at bat. White's initial members of the team. honors as the most valuable
won You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
record home of the Cleveland
game batting was a AL SMITH. player in the International Lea-

run, a double and a single. White Indians is said by many to be the gue as a catcher with Toronto.

NEW! JEFF CHANDLER S ROCK HUDSON has not only shown up well at the most versatile player in the ma- With the Yankees, he has per- LOW PRICESOn

AND "SPOILERS" bat, but he has done a good job jors. In 1955, he played six posi- formed principally in left field

in handling first base. tions-third, second and shortstopand but occasionally he has filled in

SUN THRU SAT. Plus THE NEW YORK YANKEES. every outfield position.Smith for Yogi Berra behind the bat. Your

JUNE 39 "GLORY" Both Technicolor Hits known far and wide as a power with a batting average-of- .306 has JUAN PIZZARO. of the Jacksonville s

team have won seven pennants become the Indians' most valuable Braves continues to look DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade
MAY 19th
MIDNITE SATURDAY since 1945 but with all of the player. It was saiS at one time I like major league material even

PREMIERE "RHYTHM IL BLUES" power the Yankees are noted for around Cleveland, "Just as Smith I in defeat.

ALL LOCAL DISC JOCKEYS ON STAGE they have had only one league goes, so goes the Indians." With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

batting champion during that WITH THE ADDITION of Mur-

ROOSEVELT SKY VIEW time. George Stirnweiss was the ray Dickson, Herman Wehmeierand tHJOrmMOSTSHAVlHG We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

American League batting cham- Dick Littlefield'to the St

Su. Tile.. JUlie 3.5 5.._ TIleS. Jane 3.5 pion in 1945 with a ,309 average.As Louis Cardinals' pitching staff Your Local Papers

Aloe Laclcl J... AlylOtl! Burt La.coste long as.309 is Elmer Flick who Frank Lane general manager of

"McCONNELL: New Western STORY" -YHE-KENTUCKIAN"Plus Plus won the batting crown for Cleveland the Cardinals....believes the Cardsare Gillette WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY

WWn.D DAKOTAS" "CULT OF COllA" as far back as 1905 with onlya all set in'the pitching department

.306 The Cards' starters are: RAZOR
W.L i Tlu"n. June 6.7 Wd. I. Th.n. Juaa 6.7 average. Super-Speed 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE
Lana Timer J... Craw'.r4 RICHARD (Dick) GRAHAM. Vinegar Bend Mizell Tom Pohol- PHONES EL 3-5597-98

"FLAME i fLESH" "A WOMAN'S FACE"flue young right-handed pitcher for sky Williard Schmidt. Murray WITH BLUE RAM
W* ffefror W. A/s Fill Ml Docfori Prescriptions
Pies -- the Dobbs Ferri/N.Y.;;high school Dickson, Dick Littlefield and Her- DISPENSSt AND

"JUNCLE WllDERNtSS"DA.IK YIOLENaFrL has hurled his fourth consecutive man Weh neier. ,Relief pitchersare STTRflH CASE PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

i Sat. J... .9 FrL Z Sat. J... ..9 no-hit game and has now compiled Ellis Kinder, Larry Jackson $100, BILLS AT OUR STORE'

2sd GRI.ATHT SEX" "BLACK DAKOTAS""NEW a 29 Utiless inning*record. Jackie Collum and Lindy Mc-

MEXICO- Plus: "BETRAYED" With a.record. :suck as this. Gra- DaaieL 4'


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THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, J... 2, 1956

I I. Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers I

speedy recovery Freddy Brown the Buick salesman had on a I NAACP Will Seek

:, Chips Off The BlocksBY sport shirt so flashy the girls told him that' it must be part of a I Segregation, I Ordain VirginianTo

tropical lounging pajama set Walter C Lundy is telling all about I End To SegregationIn

his Job; He is really proud and we are really-shocked.' Imagine I
Georgia Schools Labor-Religion Priesthood
Lundy working Fans of Bob "Sugar Sugar" Hudson are telling
him to ship "Beaulah" back to the moon and leave her there. He is

It's all over but the shouting. We mean the elections. We hare really making the rounds with the girls. OhVes, Bob is an eligible ATLANTA The NAACP an- Cases Gel Hearing Richmond. Va.
Theophil Wal-
just two big contests left. On November the third voters will trekto bachelor. nounced it will file suits aimed at dorf
last week became the
the polls and elect a president and in the only local contest of Leap Year Not To the ladies. Since.Ebony can do it I see ending school segregation In Atlanta first colored from
man Richmondto
importance will be the election or the runoff between Ernest D. no reason why Jay Jay can't do it. I mean this.1 Next week we will and Savannah "in time for WASHINGTON-The Supreme be ordained to

Jackson and a white write-in candidate for the post of Justice of carry a list of eligible bachelors and their phone numbers. Leap year admittance at the opening of the Court Monday left standing a Catholic the Roman
lower court decision that railroad priesthood. The cere-
Peace, second district. It is of paramount importance that we place is half gone and w* want to help you get a man. Dig me next week next school term. workers whose beliefs mony was held at St. John's Abbey
all of our efforts in the second district and try to add two thousand and the weeks lo follow. To find a main man follow "Chips." W. W Law of Savannah, state Church in
forbid them to join labor unions Collegeville, Minn.
additional Negro voters on therolls in that distrid by the falL I president of the National Associa-
be fired under union Father Theophil is the second
Books'will be open on June 6 and remain open until September. tion for the Advancement of Col may shop
Teachers Told contracts. colored priest to come from the
With the elections over we imagine that the "political leaders" and FBI PROBES ored People made the announce-
diocese, which includes all of Vir-
"civic clubs" will play groundhog and go back into their holes for Of ResponsibilityTo ment of the suits last Wednesday The high court also left stand-

another year. We think that citizens should begin to evaluate these 1 night. ing a Dec. 15 decision of a three ginia except the southwest por
"politicians" by the work they do in non-election periods rather than Uphold Morals RIOT "No date has been set but it will judge federal ourt in New Or- tion.The

by the smoke and thunder they create during the elections. There be done in time for admittance at leans which, in effect held illegala first Father Joseph How-

'are a number of worthy projects they could take up that would help (Continued from Page 1)) BUFFALO N. Y. The FBI the opening of the next school 1954 Louisiana state law provid ard of Norfolk, now is a missionary -

the.race as a whole insteahd of working only during elections for but formerly taught school here has launched- "full and complete term," said Law. ing for ah continuation of separate for the Society of the Divine

strictly pecuniary gain or personal contact. We will venture to go accused Boss of severely beatingher investigation" of the riot-torn Law added that "perhaps other white and colored schools. Word.

orut on the limb and say that not a single "leader" worked for a early Sunday May 27. passage of an' excursion steamer suits will be filed but these two The legislature passed the low

real couse. Every one worked "against" someone because of under its authority to protect
per- Boss pleaded nollo contendereno from Crystal i Beach, Ont., to Buf- are definite.

sonal reasons or worked "for" someone because of what was prom- ( defense) and was adjudged falo last Wednesday night. NAACP officials in Atlanta public health and morals and pre- Help WantedMAID

ised them. In the whole passel of politicians there has not emergeda guilty by County Judge D. R. Fist and knife-slinging brawlers said however, that no decisionhas serve peace and order." But the

single leader. Every time one makes an attempt to step out and Smith. lower court held that any low requiring -
both white and Negro, disrupted been made on local segrega-
Mrs. Lucas, 1243 Boule-
lead in the tradition of a true leader the white man's gold taints him. The principal was fined $100 or school segregation is invalid -
tion suits.COURSE.
the holiday at the beach
Big news broke in all of the local papers last week when it was 50 days in jail.Resignation under the Supreme Court's vard. Phone EL 3.8005.
for thousands of Buffalo residentsand
Big news broke in all of the local papers last week when it was .of the principalwho 1954 decision on school segrega-
turned the night's final run
announced that the ACL Railroad is moving its headquarters to has 29 years' teaching serv- of the OPEN
steamer Canadianna into an tion.The Apts. For Rent
Jacksonville. City officials from the Mayor on down basked in public ice, was. accepted by the school hour of terror. challenge to the Railway

praise for bringing another "payroll" to Jacksonville. But as was the board in a meeting last Saturday. : AFTER 5 O'CLOCKDaytona Labor Act's union shop provisionswas
At least 50 were injured Three E. 26th Street.
case in Mudville when the mighty Casey struck out "there was no Boss' resignation is effective at persons brought by two Los Angeles room apt.
and received treatment $6.50 week. Near bus line.
seven hospital -
joy in Cullud Town. The news did not mean a darn thing to us the end of the school term but hew Negro golfers will railroad workers who are members per

unless it meant three or four more janitors or custodial engineers s given a leave of absence from be allowed to use the MunicipalGolf of the Plymouth Brethren religious Phone EL 62191.

would be hired.With all of the new industries the present adminis- his duties until that date. The FBI Action was requestedby Course free of charge after sect. S
,U.S.. Dist. John O. Hen-
tration has brought to Jacksonville, not one has hired Negro, help.If The school board, in accepting. Atty. 5 p. m., but must pay the regular They contended that it would
our our political leaders want to do something let them try and get Boss' resignation, disregarded a greens fee if they wish to play be a violation of their constitu- Learn Commercial Art

jobs for our youth. In Prudential Gulf Life Independent, and all request from his attorney for de- Assault Complaints Filed before that hour. tional right of freedom of religionto

'of the rest of the insurance companies and industries that have been ferred action and an opportunityfor Meanwhile, federal assault com City Commissioners discussedthe compel them to join a railroad Start Anytime
G. /.
"attracted" to Jacksonville, not a one hire Negroes other than in hearing however board mem- plaints wire filed against two of policy, established by the Golf union to hold their jobs. When APPROVED

service positions. bers indicated they are willing to 12 youths arrested here and in Advisory Board at last Thursday they refused to join the union .AMERICAN

There is a telephone in about three of every five homes but give the ousted principal a hear- Crystal Beach. But Hendersonsaid night's conference at City Hall! they were fired under the union SCHOOL OF ART

ing at the next regular meeting.The no warrants would be issuedat and agreed it should remain in shop agreements prevalent in the
Southern Bell does not hire a Negro girl or boy in jobs or as trainees; Moved To New location
"Cokes" are a part of our American way of life but every soft drink beating is alleged to have least until the FBI has exam- effect. industry. They thereupon sought 106 EAST BAY STREET

truck has all white drivers. To add insult to injury, the white driveron taken place in a parked automo- ined fully the boat aspects of the The matter was brought up by federal court intervention, but tad Floor

the Coco-Cola trucks collects the monies and writes.tickets while bile about 11 miles west of Ocalain stormy holiday. Commissioner Earl Caldwell who the lower court upheld the firings.

the early hours of the morning.. Ontario said a Negro had asked him about The Supreme Court held last
the colored boy" does all of the physical work. We think that provincial police ar-

colored homes could sort of do without these products until they see The 30 year old Mrs. Singletary regt(d five Negro youths and four the use of the course. He was ad week that union shop agreements for QUICK RELIEF of

fit to hire colored help in other than menial positions. We just men- admitted she had been intimate i whites at Crystal Beach rangingin vised to tell the caller of the pol- negotiated under the Railway

tioned the above items as food for thought for "leaders" and the with Boss a number of times dur-: age from 15 to 22. icy,or refer him to the Golf Advisory Labor Act are valid even in states I HEADACHENEURALGIA

"politicians" to work on during the "off season." ing the past 14 months. She accused -: When the Canadian docked in Board. with so-called "right to work"

him of beating her about] Buffalo late Wednesday night, '3 laws banning the union shop. {
In Jacksonville for a well-earned vacation is Camilla LaRosa tI
the face and body with his fists' : I
more Negro boys were picked up. _
relatives and friends
now living in Washington. Camilla is visiting
during an argument that erupted: Racial" FLORIDA STARIN Ease Pain d Kedc&
in Jacksonville and the vicinity for a week Ozzie Jackson has
after they left a local night club. Capt. J. E.: Legate of the pro- PILL THE PL1G Neuralgia Neuritis wifli
short while with her
returned from Camp Campbell Ky. She spent a
Mrs. Singletary also revealed vincial police in Crystal Beach EVERY Quick Acting STANBAOL
hubby before he left for an overseas assignment We are glad to :
during the hearing that she is described the rioting "strictly ON STOMACH I'SETlfalfatlve
as Test STANBACK tgahst
see "Nipper" Dawkins out and among the boys again. Nipper is still COLORED HOME ,
married and has two children. She
raciaL" I
.headachy when constipation preparation
any too vs
keeping plenty of noise dispite his recent illness.
up told Judge Smith s'.e is separate j But Fillmore. Hall general I sours stomacBlackDraught'I'. ever used See how
Laura Wynn, the Fuller products lady has left for Miami. Miss relieves
from her husband. The 54 year oil manager of the park and the boat Helps sweeten sour stomach too. j jLtutiviStoaict quick relief comes.Register .
Wynn will be in Miami for a short time on official business Folk
Boss is also 1- Swtetsnr Wilts hrtreijtt!
marr c
line said "there
was no connec-
are passing out orchids to the Balls Frankye and William. Jr. for CAFE FOR SALE No harsh griping. Made from purevegetable BBM t
the way they worked with their dad in his campaign for the Bishopric tion "in any way with race or herbs. Thoroughly but ,
color. Good Location gently uncorks clogged intestines.
of the AME Church. The kids were the main campaigners. Brings comforting relief in morning. rnu
'It was a simple case of the 912 Davis Street Then life looks sunny again Get
George "Devil Chile" Washington is the personal manager for WOBSPROGRAM Black-Draught today.

Frank LeGree. He is Frank's companion when they are traveling and very prevalent present-day" Phone EL 4-1869 _./* rooter to n*..or cuy-to-tat Gradated* farm rabies, ....tool.*4
rowdyism caused by teen-agers,
on engagements Stop by the-Hi-Hat and have a cold beer. When SCHEDULE he said. ....: U'1: I

you get there you will-see Mae Francis Green who helps to keep the rattan ud. dJjpo i5.tet Syrup of BlckDnattst.
MONDAY FRIDAY TbtjloT booer-iwMt l Uautdl
place cheery.

We see Dot West Bradley is all smiles now. It is probably be- ':01 Sip OB ,
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cause her hubby is stationed at the Naval Air Station for another: :OJ 700 HemreB's Once) Road (Melvin FRESH WATER CATS Lb. 390

tour of duty.Dot and her hubby have changed cars and have a Coupe 740-743 Capsule News ft Weather

deVille instead of the convertible. Louise Grayson Wheeler Spicer 741 (40 The Kid (Bob Hudson) GENUINE VIRGINIA
540 143 Capsule News ft Weather
has just returned from her honeymoon trip. Louise reports that a {43 140; The Kid News Hudson)
040 043 Capsule ft Weather RED FIN CROAKERS lb. 25* Now
good time was had by alL ':13 1':" Jumpin with Johnny
One of the dry's leading optometrists told Julius Henderson how (Johnny Shaw)
1040 1043 Capsmlo News ft Weather
remarkable it is that he has Just had to start wearing glasses at his 11:13110e Gospel Train Number One MEDIUM FLOUNDER lb. 35$

age e We hear that Rose Daniels is due in town for a spell. We 1140 1141 Capsule(Melvin News Grace)a Weather

are always glad to welcome pulchritude back to the hometown 1143 1240 Gospel(Melvin Train Grace Number) One SELECT OYSTERS Pin! 980 FOR SUMMER SESSION

MargU Saunders of the Tropicana is sporting a pretty engagement 124 12:11 Local News (Joyce

ring and wants all of the boys to know that she is spoken for and 12:15.12:3Man Joyner on) Street (Shaw ft Jumbo Green SHRIMP lb. 790
do the thing soon.
is planning to
12 M 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce
,Anita Wolfln, a recent grad of Edward Waters College is another 12:45.11 A Woman's World orle At

with a handful of sparkling diamonds. She has not set the date 140-143 Capsule Joyner) News ft Weather RED SNAPPER, Medium lb. 49*

Herbert James, popular mail clerk is tieing the knot in Macon, Ga. 113.21 Gospel Train, Number
Two (Melvin Grace) Product of PtHtaeolaSPECKLED
thefirst week in June. As the press agent for Dan Cupid, I must 240 243 Capsule News ft Weather .
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confess that this leap year crop of June marriages sort of disappointedus. Two (Melvin Grace) TROUT lb. 490 BETHUNE COOKMAN
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We hoped for many more. 313.411 Jompln with Johnny
In the "Just arrived department" Lieut. Jessie and Berthine, Jordan (Johnny Shaw)

are the parents of a bouncing girL Jessie was hoping for anotherjet 443 449-443- 540 Jnmptn Capsule with News Johnny ft Weather Large White PERCH Ibo 350 S

settle for fine girl. His sister-in-law Lois and (Johnny Shaw) COLLEGE
pilot but had to a S:M 13 Capsule News ft Weather Rushed from Lake trieSMELTS
hubby Lieut. Evont Bowens are also expecting soon For Kate SIJ 1d Jumpier with Johnny I

and Bill Davis it was a girl Thomas Hogan and his madam the {40 143 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)ft Weather lb. 390
{43 1:3. The Kid (Bob Hudson)
of proudest parentsof
former Jettye McCall.are the parents a girL SATURDAY .
them all are Isreal "Smoke" Gardner and the former Kitty Jack- .4f SUB OB IN HANDY 15-LB. CARRY OUT CARTONS, LB. 35c SESSION RUNS
1:11 (43 Capsule News ft Weather
son. They have a girL This has been a bad year for boys. C43 74f Bearen's Road (Melvin

Ella Bronson, the personable assistant al the YWCA has been 711.713 Capsalo Grace) News a Weather SNAPPER FILLET Ibo 590

selected to attend a National "Y" meet way up north in North Caro 743 541 -- S43 S4t The Capsule Kid News Hodsoa ft Weather) Boneless-Mo Waste June 12th lo August 4th-

lina. She and Lois Washington Hill will represent the Jacksonville 513.111 The Kid (Bob Hudson
14 13 capsule News ft Weather AND MEMBER FRIENDS. WE WRAP OUR
Branch. .43 -111 Jompln with Johnny
Jesse "The Original Bogga Dean" Jones blew in from Washington. (Johnny Shaw) FUTURE EVERY PACKAGE
I':N 1143: Capsule News Weather
Jesse is living in Washington and is in the nite club business.His M43 1144 Gospel Train Number One Courses In Liberal Arts

Jax headquarters is the old Offbeat As Hamlet said, "Alas, I 114- 1143 Capsule(MelTln News Grace)ft Weather !

know the spot welL Jesse had words of advice for the young fellows. 1143 124 Gospel(Melvin Train Grace, Number) One The Seafood CenterMyrtle

For all of you confirmed "fruit jar" drinkers, "shine" to the uninformed 124t -12:15 Local Joyner News) (Joyce Nine Semester Hours May be Earned

there is some legal stuff on the market now. Guess what 12:15.1231HT OB Street (Shaw ft Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4-1468
it's called "White Lightning." The stuff is real smooth and "' )
yep 12:31.12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner)
potent. Don't ask us how we know. Hie, hiccup! 1245 -111 A Woman's World (Joyce

Budweiser is the only beer that does not have a Negro driver 14 lit Joyner) News ft Weather Cultural Courses

salesman. For all of you folks who give the fact that you like a 143 24t Gospel Two Merrtn Train,Grace Namber) LYJOi -

"lager beer" as your excuse for the lily-white pushed beer try 21213 Capsule News ft Weather
243 340 Jumpia with Johnny
Schaefer. Schaefer is America's oldest lager beer and besides they (Johnny Shaw) Drama Music _

employ a pair of colored representatives as do several other brands. 343 340 .- 440 sit Jnmptn Capsule with News Johnny a Weather Dancing

Remember every dollar spent with lily-white firms is helping old man (Johnny Shaw)
411.413 Capsule News a Weather Exhibits Swimming Tennis
James Crow known as "Jim Crow" to live a little longer. We must 413.51 Jumpier with Johnny .

spend with folks who value and appreciate our bucks. (Johnny Shaw)
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Political Report At last reports Nip Sams was seen headed 513.41 JumpiB with Johnny Our r liberal : :

out on U. S. 90. He and John Pickens picked another slate of losers. {40 .:30 The(Johnny Kid (Shaw Bob )Hudson) *tsr insured up3Uth Library Facilities

Pickens has one consolation and he must be congratulated. He buck- S:30 -SIP SUNDAY Oft 4,, silo -
Xnnu S.iv-
ed all of the old established politicians and gave his candidate a .40 SUB On on
{40 ''Itt HeaTent Road (Melvin f--. n thiv Alto'if -.'
majority in most of the all colored precincts. We must also think Grace) whtich REGISTRATION JUNE 11th "
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contends that he wants no colored 717:3e Heaven's Road < 4 ,
nice of Isadore Singleton who 7:30-140 Laitmore Gospel Stagers irf r/d dU.. L
personnel to lose jobs as a result of recent political upsets. Singleton lee 130 Oral HeaveB't Roberts Road v H by Hc SOjOt+ iicd bjrIlll -
a:35.5:15 .1
respects the rights of an individual to earn a living. Wish there were 911.111 Bishop Johnson -., .CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 12th

more folk like Isadore around. 1040- 11:31- Heavenly Fire Gospel '"*- y "" -

Sinclair Rogers of Calverts was in town over the week-end. He tIM 114 Hearent singers Road Late Registration June 12th ''j'

was busy looking for Herb Douglas of Pabst Blue Ribbon. 1140 1240 HeaTent Road M TS.niiri

Ernest "Inky" Wilson is about to open a new record shop on Utt.l:11, HeaTent Road

Myrtle Avenue near 18th. Watch for the opening. Wilson is an old 240 l15-2S- 2-40 HeaTent Heaven's Road Road (S. Darby > ami JL Commencement August 4th

hand in the business. He formerly operated the .same type of shopin ,,230 330 Shuoh Baptist Church

Tallahassee. 335.431 & A. VWtamsApostaUc WRITE THE REGISTRAR DAYTONA FLORIDAPcHDgIit
H. C.,"Headwaiter" Donald is now making two dots and a track. 430740 Heaven's Road

Donald has suffered a broken foot'and is on crutches. Wish him a 740 SUB Off