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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 9, 1956
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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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University of Florida
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I Will s Be Heard WednesdayTALLAHASSEE Guidance Director's PostThe

Fred Kinnie, a young Jacksonville man Duval School System's guidance program suffered a setback
sentenced to die for first degree murder in the murder for money. yesterday when the Board of Public Instruction voted to abolishthe

killing- has -petitioned the State Pardon Board for a pardon. positions of supervisors of guidance. t,
Kinnie was convicted in 1954 in The abolishment was made over
Duval County for the pistol kill the objections of Mrs. Iva T.'( w 7 qid a. w w f
11 Are BriwiedOR ing of Willie Fudge in an alleged Sprinkle who has putured the Mia ialS Held

murder for money plot guidance program.

Lake Picnic The Pardon Board has been The post of supervisor of Negro I I OB Narcotic Rap
asked to consider Kinnie's petition guidance has been held by Mrs. -
for a pardon next Wet:nes- Thelma Harris Livingston but the
Umatilla, --.A,-Lake County day. Kinnie _is represented.MbyErnest supervisor's-post fWthe-prograffi .i. AMI I 1"+e-1 a#Sri ta cottc9
deputy sheriff said ten persons D. Jackson Jacksonville in white schools has been vacantIn agents testife!!ln a-'bearing before _

drowned here Saturday afternoon, Negro attorney, who was nomi- I another sharp clash the U. S. Commissioner Roger E. HOSTESSES TO DOCTORS' MEET When the Medical. Dental and Pharmaceutical Association
six small children was includedIn nated justice of the peace in the board also voted to reappoint C. Davis they purchased cans of meets in Jacksonville for their annual state conference these prominent matrons who are mem-
recent Democratic primaries.The Harold Edwards, white, coordinator marijuana;-;for $25 each from Alfred
group. I bers of the Ladies Auxiliary will.serre hostesses for the series of glittering social events which will
crowded into Pardon Board has been notified of secondary schools. Cast ll and Katherine Tay-:
The an
party ensue. Seated. from left are Mrs. Bessie Redmond. Mrs. Arnolta Williams president: Mrs. Theresa
eleven foot boat while picnicking that the U. S. Supreme Mrs. Sprinkle had refused to lor.Philip Butler Mrs. Ann K. Stevens and Mrs. Elizabeth Downing. Standing in the same order are: Mrs. Bonnie
on Lake Dorr. The boat went i Court on April 30 denied a peti- recommend _him for reappoint- Roker, labeled by agentsas Bush. Hattie Mills. Mrs. Mildred Christopher. Mrs. Dairy Duncan. Mrs. Hortense Gray. Mrs. Joan
under while some 125 yards off tion from Kinnie for a writ of ment on the grounds that his the ring leader of the dope Spaulding. Mrs. Vanorian SchelL and Mrs. Mildred Peterson. (Story on Page 3.)
shore. certiorari and that the time to services were "not satisfactory." peddling operation, was namedin

One adult, Bobbie Lee Shaw,20, seek a rehearing expired May 25.' charges with both Casteel and
was rescued by Edward Wilder. Mrs. Azzie Lee Fudge, wife of > the woman. Jaxon Receives
The ten bodies have been re the victim who was killed outside Jaxon Suffers InjuryIn All three were placed under Car Pool Drivers Report
covered. the Silver Dollar was also placedon Car-Train Wreck $5000: bnods.
trial for conspiracy to murderher Roker and the woman posted Doctorate Degree
husband to'get his insurance bail, but Casteel, who also facesa
BEANED Borsey Charles Collier, 53, 2010
THOMPSON Arrests Pastor BeatenBY
: policy. It was alleged that the of state charge of peddling heroin ;
Woodside was the victim a
woman had hired Kinnie to bump remained in jail. Roker is also From Harvard
train and auto accident which occurred -
ST. LOUIS -Henry Thompsonof off Fudge. free on bond on a moonshine _
at Dennis Street and the
the New York Giants "rested The young wife was found not charge.
comfortably last night and his railroad tracksThe Douglas K. Stafford of Jackson-
condition is good," a hospital guilty. accident caused Collier to Tallahassee Negro leaders of the Tallahassee bus boycott reported ville was awarded the degree of
spokesman said last Thursday.. be carried to Duval Medical Cen- this week that the group resistance was working ninety-eight Doctor of Education the recent
The 30-year-old third baseman went down after a pitch by Tom ter by private car to be treatedfor Doctor Mast Pay percent effective despite physical violence and what appears to be commencement exercises of Har-

suffered a severe concussion when Poholsky struck his protective a bruised left leg. He"was planned persecution of car pool operators vard University. Stafford studiedin
hit on the head in the fourth inning plastic helmet above his right ear. treated by Dr. Hardee, Atlantic $$15,000 .For Libel At a recent meeting of the the area of journalism and

of the Giants' game with the The spokesman said he did not Coast Line physician.The Inter-city Council car pool.drivers German.He .
St. Louis Cardinals. He is. in the know when Thompson would be accident was investigated reported that they were being "We Will Walk received his bachelors degree
it Patrolmen C. E. Peeples, T. J. Tallahassee, Fla. Dr. Von arrested and charged
Jewish Hospital here. discharged but indicated mightbe by continuously from Florida A. and M. Col-
and R. H. Smith. Mizell, militant Fort Lauderdale minor traffic violations.Rev. .
Sgt with
veteran later. Hodges Years"Boycotler
The lefty swinging physician and business leader was For Five lege, .the Master of Arts from
Damon reported that he Howard
University and did workat
Shower For Sanitarium ordered to pay Representative was arrested three times on such McGill
I Jax Ladies Sponsor Prentice Pruitt, $15,000 libel damages SaysTallahassee University, Toronto.
charges as driving too slowly, giving Canada. Last year Stafford was
by a Leon Circuit Court jury.
signals too late and crossingthe the recipient of a Ford Fellowshipand
Dr. Mizell had sent a telegramto
:'< : ( yellow line. The city-wide studied in Germany. He was
Pruitt claiming the Representative -
;; : + i. t was giving aid to the Com- Another unidentified clergyman Negro citizens boycott of city also an officer in the air forces
.. showed evidence of where be was FloridaA and served overseas.
i'., munist cause by fostering anti- buses which was begun by
a integration legislation in the beaten. lie said a group of un- and M University students after After graduation Stafford will
: ,1F.--" :..\: Florida General Assembly. known whites had beaten him on two; co-eds were arrested when go to Washington to confer with

.: Pruitt, charging that Mizell's the outskirts of town. they requested a refund of their State Department officials on the
'r. statement had slandered his reputation Rev. C. K. Steele, leader of the fares[ rather than accept seating problems of American students
and caused him to lose face Tallahassee bus boycott last accommodations is gaining the studying abroad. lie has accepteda

in his community, had sued for ;Thursday was sentenced to pay a support of Negroes throughout post as summer lecturer at
4 : ; $500,000. I fine of $35 or serve 20 days in Florida and the entire nation. Trinity College, Hartford, Conn.

Seven members, of the Florida jail' on traffic law violation The Rev. C. K. Steele said that Stafford is the son of Mr. and
a : o representatives were on hand to charges. contributions are coming in at an Mrs. F. Kenworth Stafford of the

testify that Pruitt had been dam- Steele pleaded innocent in mu- I encouraging rate.FLORIDA. Southside. He is also a graduate of

aged by Mizell's statements. All i nicipal court and indicated he will Stanton High School class of 1943.

testified that Pruitt's popularityin appeal to the circuit court. City STAR
the legislature in business Judge John Rudd gave him until
':. re.Y'' affairs in social activities and in Monday to file notice of appeal. Steele spoke at a mass meeting
S Kd FOR BOYCOTTThis called by the Negro Inter-Civic
s ks Monticello and Jefferson Counties He was charged with driving 35
Council of Tallahassee which
after Mizell'sstatements
: seemed to decline miles an hour in a 2S-mile zone week the Florida Star he is president.The '
were made. and failing to halt at a stop sign.
received: an anonymous contribution : council reported $2,383 has
Atty. Francisco Rodriquez: rep- He was carrying boycott car pool of $S with the notation
been raised to operate the car
resented Dr. Mizell Atty.
passengers at the time. that the cash be turned over to
.. Foster assisted by former Governor pools which are providing trans-
Meanwhile, there were indications aid the Tallahassee boycotters. i portation.The. .
Caldwell represented
the bus boycotts now in op- The request will be compliedwith. car pool now has 43 cars in
aS Pruitt. and Tallahassee .
x eration in Montgomery
: r s operation and 27 pickup stations
may spread to Miami. have be n established. In additiona
S : 555t Youth Is CommittedFor President Theo R. Gibson of number of Negro owned gas up

Z y Killing Friend the Miami branch of the NAACP Steele praised a federal court stations.have been set up to keep

bflk7 !k: 55 said the organization will demand ruling that segregation in Montgomery pool cars supplied with gas.
d; :: \Y6:' ;; 'v- >"" TAMPA Ernest Parker 15. a abolition of segregation on Miami Ala. city buses is unconstitutionaL An indication of the spirit pre-

SPONSORS OF SHOWER Members of the Ypsilanti Social Club which is sponsoring a Miscellaneous junior high school student who Transit Co. buses. The minister called vailing among an overwhelming
Shower for the benefit of Ml. Ararat Sanitarium in the Dining Hall of the institution on Sunday stabbed a chum to death in the He said a boycott may be calledif the decision "a long step toward majority of the Negro citizens_was

June 17. from 4 to 6 p. m. are seen discussing plans for Ih eevenL corridor of the school buildingwas the bus company declines the legal victory in the war in whichwe expressed by one.boycotter who ..
Seated from left are Mrs. Emma Stukes. Mrs. Gathering T. Reed and Mrs. Ernestine R. Cox. committed to the State Hospital request Company officials have are engaged against a great when asked if he thought the boy- .
S&u41A.m the same order are Mrs. Ella Mae Hutchinson Mrs. Alice Bellamy. Mrs. Arline Fel- Monday. Two physicians testified i said previously segregation will cianL- cott would succeed, replied:
ten. Mrs. Freaky Garnett and Mrs. LUlls A. Coliman. he was insane.Parker killed be continued: because Florida law He later explained the "great "We'll walk for the next five

Eric O. Simpson, publisher of the "Florida Star" will deliver the main address. John 'jibson, Jr. on Feb. 27th. requires it. giant" is racial prejudice. years if necessary.

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THI.LOIIDA.SrAlt' Saturday, June 9, 1956

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NEWS .- < .

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w. I. : ,.Llw. cl br Tin Florida Star FabUsUag Co- ... ': I '" ; BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
r.Malliag "
.;; .... The battle for the democratic presidential nomination is shapingup
Address: : : IfE"/ slowly and it is still hard to tell which,of the two nomination
P. 0. Bu 561, JackieaTflla 1, Florida :
seekers Adlai Stevenson or Estes Kefaurer has what it takesto
423,'Broad Street, Jacksonville, Florida Flioaa ELgi:4-3773
win a substantial majority of the Florida role.
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KIC o. SIMPSON _.. ---- -_ _. Mea..... Editor \. ; ,. -'" ..,,:, Stevenson won the May 29 preferential
C. Parkaai. J...... .._ : ..... News Staff .. 't' :.:. .- "I. $ vote in Florida, but the won't get a candidate for the nom- I
___ margin was so small that it could ination very far. A man must
Member of Associated Negro Press
indicate an almost even decision. come to grips with the problemsso

..tJ.v The Negrovote that people will know where he
0.. Year, $SAO; Half Year, $3.00; Throe Moatlu, $1.10 "-- without a stands.A .
Moiled T. You, Aaywbere !I. the Uoired States. : ;t"INTERGRATION doubt, will bea man who calls himself
SabseripHoas ..,.... I. Advaaee. Seal Check or Mooey Order.-Te: n important a son
of the- South and
FLORIDA STAR P. O. lOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA factor in the says
cannot be used in con
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: general tions and it nection with the public school.desegregation -
V ; cannot expect to bea
1. Negro Firemen. will be especi-
2. More Negro Police Officers. ally importantin favorite with Negroes.
3. Squad Can for the Negro Police. 9 Florida Senator Kefauver, who referredto

4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the 4T which is one of himself "as a Southerner andas
Building Program. ( one whose forebears have livedin
)14RTS)1fr ) the states witha
large Negropopulation the South for a long, long
time, failed to mention civil rightsas

Anniversary Of Aili-Bias! Ruling low Negro registration.Since but one of the sixteen issues he

cited as impelling him to run for
the Negro people in Florida -
Hailed By Civil Rights LeadersDuring are more inclined to favor the this tion. year's Democratic nomina

Democratic Party it appears that
the Democrats could do themselves Speaking from Florida over the

the second anniversary celebration of the United a lot of good by sponsoringthe ABC network. Stevenson declared

States Supreme Court anti-segregatIon ruling civil rights registration of Negroes in that he was "gratified that one

leaders reviewed the progress made during the two-year period Florida. In Duval County where half of all the formerly segregated

urged affirmative action by the national Administrationto there are about 100,000 Negroes school districts in the country are

speed the process of integration called for firm resolution only about 25,000 of this group are now desegregated."
on the part of She people to see that the decision is implemented registered voters. The percentageis In his summation the former

and warned that the Negro can no longer be expectedto even lower in Hillsboro and Illinois Governor said that rising

accept second class citizenship. about the same in Dade.It racial tensions in the South "just

The dinner held under auspices of the NAACP Legal Defense is equally hard to tell which must be mastered as he listed

and Educational Fund, Inc., attracted a top drawer audience of the two front running Demo- the civil rights question along

of 750 persons to the Waldorf Astoria in New Yorkon IS SETTING HER, FREE, TO MAKE A FULL CONTRIBUTION" crats is favored by the Negro with foreign affairs as the most
May 17 to hear the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther.King, Jr., people for the fact that there are important issues facing the nation

leader of the Montgomery, Ala., bus protest; Senator Herbert -- merits as well as demerits to be this year.

H.'Lehman, of New York; Dr. Channing H. Tobias; Roy Wil- where you conduct your worldly charged to both of them. Senator Kefauver, making a
kins the fund's and Marshall director- For time it seemed strong bid for Florida's 28 con-
secretary; Thurgood activities, or where you sell goods a that Adlai
counsel of the fund. Arthur B. of the Stevenson vention votes stressed that "mil-
Spingarn president or- Your Weekly or services. People high up on the was straddling the
ganization made brief remarks. Dr. J. fence the itary coercion" cannot be used in
Ralph Bunche, undersecretary ladder should be disposed to favor on subject of the Supreme
of the United Nations, presided. you and to make it possible for Court ruling on school segregation connection with public school de-

Senator Lehman, to whom the first Philip Murray Awardwas Horoscope Guide you to gain a footing on your but he is now taking a segregation.Stevenson commented duringthe

presented, and Mr. Wilkins both expressed the opinion climb to join or overtake them. more definite stand.
that the White House had ,failed to give effective leadership WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR I The hopes you have been harbor- On the other hand Senator Ke- broadcast that he had hoped
that "the President have
in the fight for implementation of_the Supreme Court decree. BUSINESS LOVE = TRAVEL ing should come close to fulfill- fauver's declarations appear to be might
intervened in this matter and seen
designed for
ment as long as based political expediency.
White House Action Urged By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES the realities of life.they Do are not reject on Speaking out of both sides of fit to call in leaders o{ both' races

ToeiilYe and_affirmative action." Mr. Wilkins said "can the services of a friend if this one's mouth in a national race in Washington to see what couldbe
substitute national morality and dignity for the mischievous enables to obtain better done to ease us over this very
you a
irresponsibility of the mob. Thus far the present situation has as long as you confine yourself to major, important adjustment." He
paying job to achieve
lacked that affirmative action from the highest level/ Born March 21 thru April 19 purely intellectual, religious, or of professional some sort Aquarians alike for a long time to added that, "we have to go ahead
There is plenty of stimulationand higher-minded activities. There is success. come. with it (the decision); it has to be
The NAACP also condemned the
secretary "shocking 5-20-66-12-63-821 "
role" of former Gov. James F. Byrnes of South Carolina in amusement around home base no need for haste in anything 899801773561PISCES done. That's the law.

calling for action to "curb" the Supreme Court. Mr-Byrnes a through creative achievements, other than making advance reser- At this time I can only say to
the presence of those close to vations if you'contemplate takinga SCORPIO the many people who have been
former justice of that court, "knows that the court has frequently your
reversed itself in light of new developments," Mr. heart, and the various pursuits long voyage shortly. There is Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 inquiring which of the two candi-

Wilkins,said. "He knows that the court has a right to declare that are linked to domesticity and an opening to add to.your pecuniar Put aside all considerations ofa This is the week to put your individual dates I deem worthy, of,support-

state statutes unconstitutional Not only does he know these family life. It may be a wise precaution yreturns through an ingeniousor purely personal nature and con- enterprise to the test that I am still making study of

elementary facts, but as a member ofx the court he partici- to foresee the' possibilityof confidential deal so don't by- centrate on obtaining the successes should you be trying to excel in their platforms and their utter-
pated in just such decisions: confused reactions on the part pass it even if it'seems-rather unusuaL you have striven for while the arts, creativeness or in the ances on subjects that affect the
of your mate or business associate, This is the day when fore- 'you have the benefit of such field of romance A faint heart Negro people.I .

Dr. King Asks Realism and to take charge of the situation sight, a lucky break, a legal mat- primising activities. This periodis will not capture the prize so am fully aware that there are

Advocating a realistic attitude toward race relations in when your economic interests are ter, or personal prestige should the best this month for the success make your feelings and intentions thousands who place great confidence *

the country today, an attitude which shuns both extreme at stake. This is the day when you bring cash or valuable leads in of your ambitious projects, to known when the opportunity is in this writer's opinions and

optimism and extreme pessimism! Dr. King called for con- can obtain a heart's desire, or your direction. raise funds for business expansion presented to you on a silver plat- will look to us for guidance as

tinued forward movement. "We have come a long, long way, benefit from something coming toa 890771579655LEO and for the start of an affairof ter. Whatever it is that is headed they have done in the past.Therefore -

but we have.a long,long way to go," the youthful Montgomery final conclusion through circum- ,the heart that has long-range your way, it will be mainly up to every effort will be made to

leader said. "I am mindful that there are those who are urg- stances not of your making. Romance possibilities. This is also the right you to see that you are not being carefully scrutinize the various

ing us to adopt a policy of moderation, still others preachingthe takes on new significance. Born July .23 thru Aug. 23 time for parents to set their off- left out when the favors are dis- candidates both Democrats and

'slow up' gospeL They are telling us we are going too fast, 911331278491TAURUS Now that is springs on the proper road to self- pensed. Things will be smoother Republicans before making any
Mercury picking
which causes us to wonder, how fast is too fast? But in the in its up development and bright future when there is unity of purpose. suggestions as whom Negroes
midst of all this both Negro and white persons of goodwill proper direction.you" careers. 170-8& 12-7 -Q17 should support.
can also make Wider use of
realize that we can't afford to slow up. We have a moral Morn April 20 thru May 20 individual initiative to achieve your 2-S8-70-16 58-211

obligation to press on. Our self-respect is at stake; but even Excellent opportunities to gain your ends but still within reason-
more the prestige of our nation is at stake." some of your more ambitious ob- SAGITTARIUSBorn
able limits so as not to create unwanted -
The Negro Dr. King asserted has achieved a new self- jectives are on tap during the developments which could Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 I
of this week. It would add PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
respect which challenges the status quo in race relations. He course rebound to your disadvantage.Strike There is much to be said for
Is now rejecting the "place assigned to him." As long as he to your success to put your mental out for your goals, with the consultations and arrangementswith
accepted this place racial was maintained. powers to work and to draw up a
peace assistance that loyal friends can your mate or organizationsthat
"Bui it was an uneasy peace in which the Negro was plan of action that would be as provide when this enhances your specialize in these things, to

forced patiently to accept injustice insult and exploitation. foolproof as you can make.it De- prospects of success. There is establish the basis for sound econ- x

he said. Truly it was an obnoxious negative peace for true spite some minor irritations, the little reason why you should not omy anjj security. The possibilityof

peace is not merely the absence oj some negative force- developments that should come obtain a secret wish, especially if getting enlightenment on these
about around home base hold
confusion. tension war-but the presence of some positive it' has to do with economic ties scores are splendid. The incoming I
force-Justice, goodwill brotherhood. For years the Negro promise of financial as well as and benefits which you have mails and other sources of valu-

accepted this negative peace. Then something happened to other gains. Let nothing elude striven for in the past. The em- able information should be close- ..y,'a

the Negro. The Negro masses began to re-evaluate themselves. you as the results you may have phasis falls on your earning power ly 'watched for opportunities to
worked for should be at
hoped or
They came to feel that they are somebody"Do's and possessions, and it seems up all to your knowledge, spiritual
least very close to what you expected -
to you to add to them. awareness, travel prospects, and
if not more.
130441873652VIRGO the circle of acquaintances who
6 40 66-18-89-517
can make your future a fulfillingone.

And Don'tsWATCH GEMINI' Act with assurance in mat-

Born Aug.,24 thru Sept. 23 ters that benefit your family,joint a
Born May 21 thru June 21
V% 'P Your established workaday and You don't need to hold back accounts and career development.

I occupational procedures are the with such force any longer, par- 3-50--44-13-71-014
ticularly this week when there
ones to follow as unusual or unorthodox i
methods are too likelyto are heart-warming indications of i CAPRICORN

become disappointing and cost- gaining adherents, to your cause I Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

ly.. Write letters make phone and realizing a hope related to You will benefit from what

calls, or seek interviews with marriage or public relations. Al- your mate or other allies say and y.

Business or important people, as though most of the signs point to do this week, so be heedful and

this is one day when you should secrecy and behind the scenes more than willing to give your
0 t, : As succeed in selling goods or serv- maneuxers this shouldn't deter w h o 1 e-hearted cooperation. A

ices. A quiter period with domesticity you from taking the rewards, op- concerted plan of action,'discussed

. and family matters furnish- portunities' and favors that are and all geared to be set in motion,

ing the main highlights is sched- dumped in your lap. should be reexamined and perfected I a ., .
s uled. 410551369333LIBRA by all taking part. Theseare

3-100-55-\4-56-727 the days to make decisions in 1400 WRHC 1400
any matters that concern the gen-
CANCER Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 eral welfare and security and to

Born June 22 thru July 22 This should be your best week make certain ,that they cannot be KEN KNIGHTPresenting

Individual initiative is favored this month to make progress upset in the future, legally or

6- -33-19-65-

u.. tt... eM.... Loam mere abort ,......If. Send 10 tears (... .. KNIGHT TRAIN
I. cote tor ucla horoscope ordered by wait Inchdo/ self oddresicd, AQUARIUSBorn
itenped ....10... Write plablr. nil offer does not apply to n.ldcwhof
Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
the doMtaioi .f c....... 8-9 P.M. --12 -1 Nightly
There is little standing in your

f I FASLO, FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER II I way of making considerable head- SWEET CHARIOT

t P.aeox561 way as long as you accept the col-

I; JACKSOHYILLt 1. HA. ICttr laboration of your mate or the 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
others who share your private and
1i 8r Those who have
worldly pursuits.
Uti.... I ID.l. II II set wedding dates can consider

their prospects for happiness anda BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
State I II promising future way of life

e* IJrt very bright indeed. Cooperation 103012 Monday Thru SaturdayPyekTw.

I'I Dote h -A4e tA I and closer personal, partnershipand
YOUR TABLE MANNERS public ties will benefit all
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Th. Caiialeya Mosana Ladies: Club will sponsor a musical tea HAPPY DAYS IN FLORIDA -Below are : a
Sunday from 44to 6 p. m. In the Wilder Recreation Center, Third _, ;
and ML Herman Streets. seen guests registering the approval of a .. -

Plans hare been perfected to make the affair one of the banner a grand time enjoyed on the lawn of Scenes from the recent

social event of the season and a program is planned which will feature Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bolden at 1436 out door affair spon-

AU many clubs artists and of organizations the city. are lAmed to spend an afternoon West 10th Street. In the group are: sored by the Three R's

with the Mosana Ladies.: Mrs. A. Darrs, Mrs. N. Roberts, Miss Industrial Club depict
Mattie Echols, Mrs. Ethel Cleggst Mrs. the beauty of Florida.At .
The Lucky "16" Sewing Saving Circle will meet in a social 'Roxie Barros, Mrs. Sally Zimmon, Mrs. left Mrs. J; W.

meeting Thursday. June 14th at 7:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Polly Catherine Speights, Mrs. Rosa Wright, Bolden and Andrew
. Whitfield, 1751 West 10th Street.
Mrs. L. Mrs. Fannie Dubar Mrs Blackwell for
People queue up
Mrs. Whitfield who recently moved into her new home will be '
honored with a house warming celebration at this time. Every B. Joyner and Mrs. E. Jackson.COOLING ,.. a serving.

member is expected to bring a token for her new home. Mrs. L. -

Lewis is the reporter. --: -'- --.

A cut eopl e FRATERNAL NOTES : -

Mrs. Emma Gillis president of Worshipful masters past masters *i
the BTU of Mt. Ararat Baptist i and master Masons of Jacksonville
Church has left the city to attend i and adjacent counties are I

the Sunday School and BTU Con asked to assemble at the Masonic:

gress of America which is being Temple 410 Broad Street on Sun i :. e

held in Houston Texas. day,. June 17 at 10:30 a. m. to

form a motorcade scheduled to
Mrs. Harriet Jones is recuper- leave the Temple not later than
ating in her home at 1256 West 11 o'clock for Starke. Florida.
5th Street. She is a member a -- -

Central Baptist Church. dF aC.
The Prince Hall Masonic Clubof
the Prince Hall Masons will & n t riM
Mrs. Marion Ballard is recover- )
hold its regular meeting Sunday,
ing in her home following a long
June 10th at 4 p. m. in the Sey- %
illness. She is a member of Cen- .ar.-:
tral Baptist Church. *. mours Street.Hall, comer 3rd and Davis I' .

All members are urged to be '
Mrs. 'Maydonia H Williams of A. rIN 'Q yk T
present as business of vital importance -
Washington D. C was a recent _
visitor in the city as house guestof will be discussed. I

Mr. and Mrs. O. L Allen on I
North Myrtle Avenue.L. Pallbearers Society 20 will meet z

Monday June 11th, at 7:30 p. m.
B. Hightower continues ill in the Mt. Lila Baptist Church, ,1'
in the Veterans Hospital Lake corner 2nd and Jefferson Sts. ,

City, Florida. He is a member of

Day Spring Baptist Church.

:C ow+ 15w .r,
Mrs. Mae B. Jackson is con- Stork

valescing in her home at 2002 1

Venus Street. Mrs. Jackson serveson Deliveries

Deaconess Bpard at the Cen- a
tral Baptist Church.
Born To:

Mrs. M. L. Carter Miss Alveta TIME In the scene' at right guests form a line :

Messer'and Miss Francina Carter Isaac and Edith Bell 3726A to be served a cooling refresher. Seen here are Mrs. L. M.
will represent the Sunday School Riley Ave., Dewey Park Yukon
and BTU of the Bethel Baptist girl. May 15. Perkins, J. W. Bolden, W. B. Lucas, Mrs. E. Lucas, Mrs. A.

Church at the National Sunday John and Ruby Paige. 956 lona E. Davis; and Mrs. C. B. Jones.
School Congress Houston, Texas St. girl Feb. 24.

June, ,610.Mrs. Joe and Thelma Stephens, 7854 ._.. ._ ,
..... ._ i. 'J> .
: Mattox Ave, boy Mardi'10."r'- .

valescing. Rebecca in her Johnson home at con-222 i Lee Roger St, and girl.Drucilla March 12.White,- 1607 Miss Jacqueline Smith To Be PresentedIn Science And A Series Of Social Events Will Highlight

State Street. She is a member of Albert and Julia Newman 6958 Initial Recital Sponsored MatronsMiss

Central Baptist Church. Evergreen Henry and Ave Johnnie, boy March Hammond 12. ,By Medical, Dental And Pharmaceutical Association Meet

Miss Alice L. Lynch of 243 213 Yulee St, boy March 13. Jacqueline Smith will be presented in an initial recital on

Watts St. left the city Sunday for Robert and Agnes Ryles, 727 June 18 in the auditorium of the ML Calvary Baptist Church spon- Jacksonville will play host to the Medical Dental and Pharmaceutical Association's meet in
York where she will Court G, girl. March 14. sored the the Gateway which sessions that will June 12 to 14.
New City by matrons of the church.The program will begin at 8 p. m. City convenes at Edward Waters College for run
enter New York University. Miss James and Bertha Hinton, 841 Miss Smith is an honor student Tenn.; Cooleridge Gill, M.D., department -

Lynch Will major in Physical Line St, girl March 15. in the June graduating class of YWCA DAY CAMP of gynecology, HowardA A public meeting will be held harry Medical School. Nashville,
Education. Clifford and Gwendolyn Thorn- New Stanton. a member of the series of events have been Monday night at 8 p. m. at Mt. University Medical School Washington -

ton i931 W. 19th St, boy, March Glee Club and the National Honor SLATES' OPENING scheduled for the annual confab Ararat Baptist Church at which D. C.; Joe Perry D.D.S.,

Members reported on the sick 27. Society and a member of Choir 4 which is expected to attract out- time Mayor Haydon Burns will and N. Griffith, D.D.S., of Howard
list of Central Baptist Church are: Sammie Young. 1989 W. 5th St, serving as one of the leading solo- standing members of the medical, deliver the welcome address. The University Dental School; Dr.
Mrs. Hattie Daise of 1133 Florida girl. March 27. Mrs. I. H. Burney, Day Camp dental and pharmaceutical profession professional sessions will be heldat Waters of F. A. M. U. School of
Avenue and Mrs. Keturah Westonof Otis and Oveida Glover 7868 ists.Miss Chairman has announced the from all parts of the state.
Smith will be accompaniedby Edward Waters College on the Pharmacy; Dr. Cooper, dean of
1329 McConihe Street. Decker St, girl. March 28. Mrs. Alpha H. Moore at the YWCA Day Camp dates as June The meet will be highlightedby following days.It school of pharmacy Howard Uni-
Thomas and Rutha Singleton, 12-July 8 in the basement of the
piano. a number of social activities has been announced that a versity; and Dr. Hurd Jones deanof
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Shipp haveas Jr, 2942 Rathel Court, boy April Simpson Methodist Church of
series of scientific discussions will school of pharmacy,
Others to appear on the program which include a stag party, a garden -
which the Rev. S. S. Robinson is
house his nephew 12.
their guests
will be the Alpha Hayes party on the Avondale Lawnat occupy the attention of the pro- Southern University; Dr. Roland
Sargeant and Mrs. John E. Allenof Win, and Daisy Henderson. 824 Moore Choral Ensemble. pastor. the home of Mrs. Clarence fessionals. A number of specialistsin Roesch, chief of staff, St. Luke'sHospital
Louisiana. E. 5th St, girl. May 24 Mrs. Burney is urging all
Shreveport, par- Smith 1926 Davis Street and cli- various fields will serve as of Jacksonville, and Dr.
will leave on their return Maxie and Rossetta Pressley, Hostesses to serve with the ents who are planning to send
They maxed with a gala dance at the panelists among whom are: I. E. Williams, chief of medicine
trip around the 14th of June. Jr, 944 E. Union St, boy May 28. matrons will be Gloria' Relipord, their children to camp to call the Duval County Armory. Other E. Perry Crump MD, head of Brewster Hospital also of this
George and Mary Thompson Annette Baker Barbara Simmons, YWCA so that their applicationsmay
social events scheduled by the the department of pediatrics. Me- city.
Jr, 721 Blanche St, girl. May 25. Gladys Washington Doris Carter, be taken. When the capacity
OSSE COATS Cornelius and Dorcus Camp- Marva Hilton, Qwendolyn John- registration is reached no other Ladies Auxiliary which has
charge of entertaining the visitors
bell, Sr, boy. May 29. son Mercedes Burns, Rose Mary applications will be taken.
John and Gertrude Hickson, Harris, Altamease Muller, John. include beach parties, tours and
Bus Lite The is '
Charier camp designed for girls
other social courtesies.
22. nie Mae Brown Erma Jean 14atta INTRODUCINGHOME '
759 W, Duval St., girl. May between the ages of 8 to 17 and ,
Let the OSSIE CHARTER BUSES Jesse and Berthine Jordan 1066 Smith Roselyn Moore Marva courses in interpretative dancing, Mrs. Arnolta J. Williams is.'
Take Yea for Ye.r Beech Chrtina. Scriven St, girl May 24.ompypBi. Jenkins, Bettye Smith and Shirley arts and crafts, swimming, music,! president of the Ladies Auxiliary IMPROVEMENT
We Have Low Special Relief for Davis. and other members of the organ-
drardws Schools, Clubs sad dramatics and social graces will
Of'lCll is.ti..s. Junior hostesses will be Qwen- be offered. ization are: Mrs. Bessie Redmond, SHOWROOM
dolyn Smith Alice Wright, Al- Mrs. Theresa Butler Mrs. Ann K.
Each a trip will be madeto
Phone EL 6-8245 veda Wright, Qwendolyn Claytonand Stevens, Mrs. Elizabeth Downing SAVE
a point of interest within the -
Mrs. Bonnie Bush Mrs. Hattie
1543 West Beaver Street Beverly Smith.vVedding. ,
county with the exception of the I
fg mBAttaa of Strong, QfMuly UriBtl Mills, Mrs. Mildred Christopher,
BARBARA AOKINSecretory doe Ud BIa44n tnt- trip to Silver Springs on June 29.
SSSS Mrs. Daisy Duncan Mrs. Hortense WINDOWS DO IT YOURSELF
Other events include a theatre
e a Mrs. Joan Spaulding, Mrs.
RAYMOND TAYLORCentral g_ tet*t& y.sza *e2LJSlStT *"* Bells party, beach outing and one other
Lt dnaU' for US01X1. Vanorian Schell and Mrs. Mildred J Ornamental Iron / Jalousie Doors
M..opee .......w array-1sd pa.nUM.. point to be decided upon. Aside
Applications for Marriage from these varied activities, two Peterson. ,/ Patio Glass Panels .,/ Folding Doors

Licenses to three days each week will be / Glass Sliding Doors / Accessories

You Don't Have to Go to Town to, Get Leroy Grant, 1253 W. 54th St; spent which in is within the Mt.walking Herman distanceof Park Graduation SetJWJSchool

age 19 and Willean Vickers, 1752 the church.A WATCH inc.fltt WEEKLY

LOPRICES Franklin St, age 17. small fee will be charged for Al I FOR 0 "SPECIALS'
Herbert C. Taylor Box 8228 campers who enroll in swimmingand

Arlington, age 26 and Irma Mc- interpretative dancing classes. _
On Your Queen Box 8228 Arlington, age Serving as counselors will be RELIANCE LINE OF METAL WINDOWS
Graduating exercises for 185
25.Chas. Mrs. Mary Smith, Miss Joyce girls and 186 boys at James Wel- S Steel Jalousies
L Buck, 950 W. State St, Shipp. Miss Barbara Manuel. Mrs.
STORE NEEDS don Johnson Junior High School
age 22 and Mary Johnson, 915 W. Priscilla Jones, Mrs. E. R.Cox and Aluminum Awning Type
will be held on Tuesday, June 12
State St, age 20. Mrs. Vera Davis, camp director.Outings Aluminum Screens
at 10 a. m. in the gymnatorium.
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store Frank Swan, 1208 Berkley St,
age 23 and Susie J. Holmes, 1209 Other: activities as announcedby
Arthur'C. Madry, principal of Bin F.HA Financing
Andrew Brown, 1320 SpearingSt Bargain
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn age 53 and Viola Brown, 1320 the school will include class wor- Items or10 -
36. ship on Sunday June 10 at 10:30a.
Your Local PapersWOOD'S Spearing St. age
Lucious Mobley 745 Oakley St, The kindergarten group of the .m. in the St. Paul AME Church 35% Off Cash & CarryCHAPLIH.HOBSOH

Lane, age 24 and Elizabeth Green Day Spring Baptist Church will the Rev. Russell delivering the

DIXIE PHARMACY 1214 E. 7th St, age 19. make a trip to the zoo Monday, sermon.
Samuel Reed, 1147 Bridier St, June 11. The buses will leave the Monday, June 11 the graduates INC.
1302 KINGS ROAD el MYRTLE AVENUE age 25 and Betty L. Green 432 church"at 9:30 a. m. will make a trip to Seldom Park ,
PHONES n. 3-5597-fS Phelps St.age 21. ,. in Brunswick Ga. 1402 L 8th Street Phone EL 5-4031.

w. Oeirrer W. Abe Fill Ad.Doctors' rVefcrfetiaas A "trip around the world" sponsored Mrs. William T. Alston, ninth "Jax Window Center"

LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE PATRONIZE.Florida by the Macedonia Baptist grade counselor and Theodore V.
PAY YOUR StarAdvertisers Church will be presented on June Thomas, assistant principal will Come and See for Y oursaUS.hrder
BILLS AT OUR STORE %1.at 9 a. ra. Buses will leave,.the eo-ordiaate the promotional cal-

church promptly at 9 a. m. eadar.



;q. Fear THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday June 9, 19$6I

I District Sunday School And BYPU Slate Convention-- I

Fiiiy-Tbird Annual Session Convenes I I Les Verdetfes Club Is Active In Social Life 1 1r. Bible School "Homecoming Features Head Day"Of


Ai Ailioch Baptist Church June 20thThe Slated To Begin AME Laymen Group

::15 ; Al Second Baptist Highlighting the program ob-

District Sunday School and BYPU Convention will hold 4; X ( .0 I serving "Homecoming Day" in theMt
Vacation Bible School will begin
.xxrrj. Moriah AME Church on Sunday -
its fifty-third annual.session with the Antioch Baptist Church of
t ski Monday, June 11 at 9:39! a. m. : June 10 will be an address
which the Rev. J. J. Jones is the minister, June 20-24.
in the basement of the Second: by Felix White State Presidentof
The body, under the leadership
Baptist Church of which the Rev. I.
I y qDy the AME Laymen Alliance at
of its presidents, W. G. Patterson. c l kI\ K. D. Britt is minister. The schoolis the
Leaders Plan s I 11 a. m. worship. Miss Barbara
and Alexander Heard have plan-i
sponsored by the Sunday I I Robinson will be guest soloist.
ned this year's program
I School department. At the evening worship Dr. C.
teaching and training in mind. I For Scourers The classes will be given Mon- I S. Williams state president of the
The Bible topics and methods I
day through Friday only and will AME League will be guest speaker. -
will be discussed by efficient .
Summer Camp include children from age 3 to 16.I i Representatives of the St Paul
minis ,
and outstanding s
persons r Lessons in handicraft and inspira- AME Church and Choir 1 of the
ters will deliver the sermons. 3 tional addressee by C. M. Vaughtand St John Baptist Church at Or-
Music will be rendered by well- Scout leaders of the East and wL the pastor will te.given daily. ange Park will participate.
trained choirs and other artists. West Divisions North Florida
Mrs. will fill her
Gladys Vaught I The Rev. O. R. Jackson assistant -
The host church, under the Council Boy Scouts of Americaare
post! as principal of the two-week pastor of the Central CME
guidance of its pastor, has been 'contributing work time at w;& educational Mrs. I
; project. Vaught Church, his choirs and congrega-
making preparations for this Camp Coacoochee in an effort to k- '-
'.. who has gained state and national tion will have charge of an after
meeting for weeks and it is expected assure that each Scout Camperwill a
recognition as a conductor of religiouS service program in the interest of
to be the finest in the his- enjoy the happiest possible tr teaching and training will Choir 1.

tory of the convention. summer camp which will open be serving her twentyfourthyear The public is invited.
The leaders are urging the various July 23.Among. as director of the school.

churches to send in their re- the important develop- 0H Other instructors will be Mrs.

spective reports and a large dele- ments are the construction of a Annie Burnette, Mrs. Annie L.

gation. swimming pool for swimming and --. ..- .. Huff, Clara Hilton Lucile Luster Revival Meeting
water sports and a central dining Ada Reeves Roberta Hall Mable
JAXON IN CLUB LIFE One of the groups which is active in club life is the Les Verdettes
Thomas Clark Clubs halL A bath house an artesian Lloyd Rosa Dix Ella Luster and
Social Club. Members of the organization are shown here as they assembled for a recent meeting to
well for drinking water and Rhoda Mason. At Ki. Pleasant
Meets In Home pure plan their summer social activities. Sitting left to right are Mrs. Sadie Well. Mrs. Venita Carter. Mrs.
toilet facilities have already been Parents are asked to enroll their
Watson Jessie B. Loney. Mrs. A. M. Johnson. Standing: Mrs. Olivia Foust, Mrs. Elijar HalL Mrs. Verdie Jones
Of Mrs. Bessie
made available. children. A small fee will be ask-
Miss Victoria Kemp. Other members not shown include: Mrs. D. Johnson. Mrs. M. Chulr. Litho Lundv.. ML Pleasant Baptist Church
There will be two camp periodsthe ed to help purchase the working
Helen Lane. Louise Johnson. Mrs. Hallie Sampson.'Mrs. Vernie L. Hobson.
which is located the Southside
The Clark Thomas Club of the first period: July 23-July 29 materials.The on
AME Church Franklinand I will June 22 I will begin an old fashion revival
Mt. Olive and the second period July 30- school close
Pippin Streets held a recent August 5. The cost of camp per with a reception for the children 'meeting Sunday and will continue
meeting in the home of the presi- Scout for each period will be $10. Pallbearers Set I ON PROGRAM New Hi. Olive and on June 24 at 7 p. m. closing through June 24.
._., .,.. It has been announced
du. "' ',uu'uh. n n n'' by the
dent, Mrs. Florence Knight, 1319 Scouts who would like to registerfor exercises will be held.
Oakley Street. more than one period may do i For Rev. Charles J. Crosby pastor of
Mrs. Everlenor Daniels, Mrs. so. Applications for camp may be! AnniversaryThe Sets ObservanceOf BAPTIST MINISTERSTO Mt. Pleasant that the Rev. W. C.
Lillian Rogers and Dennis Darling obtained from any Scoutmasteror Neal, pastor of St. Thomas Baptist

were among the visitors.On from the Boy Scout Headquarters Pallbearers Grand Union MEET MONDAYThe Church will do the preaching.The .

Sunday, June 10 at 4 p. m. Exchange Building. 218 W. Lodges of Duval Callahan and Women's DayThe prayer services will begin
a meeting will be held in the Adams' St. Yulee Florida will observe their Baptist Ministers Brother- each night at 7:30 and the Inter-

home of Mrs. Bessie Watson 911 At the camp the Scout learns anniversary on Sunday at 2:30 p. hood of Duval and adjacent coun- denominational Prayer Bands of
Ionia Street. self-reliance resourcefulness and m. at the Zion Hope Baptist annual Women's Day cele- ties will meet Monday, June 11 in America will conduct the prayer

All members are asked to be how to take care of himself in the Church of which the Rev. E. R. bration for the New Mt. Olive the Bethel Baptist Church the services.
present. S. B. Bennett is reporter. open.A Simpson is pastor. Church will be observed on Sun- Rev. Robert Wilson, pastor. Sunday June 24, dinner will be

good all round program has All lodges that are governed day. The lesson will be previewedby served at the church.At .

ZION, HOPE CHOIR been planned which includes: under the jurisdiction of the Pall- n. Opening the day's activities will the Rev. A. B. Coleman, pastorof 7 p. m. the Golden Jubilee
swimming life saving nature bearers Grand Union Lodges are :. j" be the Sunday School hour begin- the Shiloh Baptist Church and Gospel Singers will close out the
PRESENTS TEA study first-aid trail trips rope asked to be present. The Rev. C. '' Y ning at 9:30: a. m. with Mrs. Alice the order of the day will be by revival services with their many

work axemanship, pioneering, C. Brown pastor of the Springhill Williams serving as guest super- appointment of the president. renditions of gospel music.

Choir 2 of the Zion Hope Bap- camp-fires, hikes, athletics, stunt Baptist Church will be guest 4p intendent. The meeting will be presidedover The church is located at 1781

tist Church will present a Calen- night, talent night, advancementand speaker. The Rev. W. L. Robinsonof Two of the main events for the by the second vice presidentin Highland Avenue between old

dar Tea. June 17 at the church.. Scout games.M. Tampa will be guest. 11 a. m. service will be the ad- the absence of the president and new Beach Boulevard.

Mrs. Gussie Paige will be the L. Rudd District Scout Exe- Mrs. Lois Cain, deputy, is ask- dress delivered by Mrs. Eliza the Rev. E. L. Simpson, pastor of
speaker for the occasion. Also ap- cutive will serve as Camp Direc- ing all members to be in uniform.A Perry and the numbers renderedby the Zion Hope Baptist Church.

pearing on the program will be tor assisted by a group of trained fine of $1.00 will be charged Mrs. Sarah Wilson who will be Rev. G. W. Miller reporter.

Mrs. Alfreda Douglas, Miss Jacqueline and veteran Scouters. Among the anyone out of uniform. the guest soloist.No .
Smith and Miss Erma J. group will be: John E. Bradford The Rev. G.-W. Miller is re f">; program is complete withoutthe Bethel AME Stewards

Smith. Jr. Ralph B. Stewart Jr., Her- porter. participation of its youth andso
Observe AnniversaryThe
The complete program will be Norton, at 3 the
bert L. Hughes, Clifford ARTIST-Among the artists who p. m. junior women
announced later.Harmony Edgar Alston, L. C. Prison, Ernest Essie Mae Thomas will appear on the anniversary will have charge of the service. celebration of the 54th anniversary -
Wilson A. D. Maxey, L. R. During the BTU hour beginningat of the stewards of the
program of the Starling Gospel I. Super-Speed RAZO RWITHBUK
Baptist's Aarons, Bruce R. Seldon and Appears On ProgramSister Singers Sunday night will be Miss 5:30 p. m.. a program will be New Bethel AME Church will be

Lord's Set Frank Chatmon. Maria Jenkins. shown here. rendered. observed Sunday. June 10, at 3 BUOIDcrotsa '"' ..
Supper Essie Mae Thomas, Mrs. Theodore Oree memberof AND
a m. in the church auditorium.The .
The program will be held at p.
For Sunday Night known as the "Gospel Warhorse," Holiness Baptist Church at Third the Central Baptist Church, Rev. A. A. Redfield pastorof STYUNICASf
the Sunday School and is urging will be presented in a recital on and Franklin Streets. and civic leader will deliver the the Mt. Olive AME Church $100

The Rev. H. Pridgen acting each child to bring someone on Sunday, June 10 at 8 p. m. at main address at the evening wor- will deliver the anniversary sermon -

pastor of the Harmony Baptist Sunday.Mrs. Mother Helen Thomas Church, ship scheduled to begin at 7 p. m. followed by a tea.
Church has announced the admin .A. Farmer, president of the corner Ellis and Stuart Streets.In Grant Memorial Trio Mrs. H. L. Jenkins is acting
istering of the Lord's Supper on BTU will meet with her group at addition to Sister Thomas' pastor for the day; Mrs. W. M.

Sunday at 7:30 p. m. 6 p. m. A program will be rendered. appearance the Celestial Singers, Will Render RecitalThe Davis, general chairman; Miss O. RITZ THEATREFriday

Other service for Sunday will Miss Alice Boston, Gospel Crus- F. Jenkins, junior chairman; Mrs.

include Sunday School at 10 a. m. Regular prayer meeting will be. aders, the Master Keys, McCall Grant Memorial Trio of the Ophelia Corbin' co-chairman and and Saturday June 8-9
of held on Tuesday night. and others Mrs. L. B. 'Story, chair-
R. E. Lining is superintendent Gospel Singers many Grant Memorial AME Church will program RANDOLPH SCOTT

will participate on the program. i be heard in a grand recital on man. "RIDING SHOTGUN"SON
The public is invited.FLORIDA .
Sunday at 8:30 p. m. and -
CALENDAREVENTS The group'includes Mrs. Luella OF BILLY THE KID"

McBride, ,Georgia Benjamin and STARIN
Frankie B. Adams. I Sunday thru WednesdaySPECIAL
Members o( Choir No. 2 who EVERY

Bob HudsonAND Deacon James Natlaw invites are sponsoring this' group will. also I COLORED HOMEHIGHSMITH'S "JESSE ENGAGEMENT JAMES"
accompany render musical selections. ,
his many friends to sad -
him outing to Little :Talbot The singers are widely known .
for their rendition of spiritualsand
Island in celebration of his 76th TV

birthday Thursday. June 14th. classics. June 14-16
Calls $3.00No Thursday Friday Saturday -
Buses will leave 970 Kings Rd. i
Extra Charge for Nights WHO ELLIOTT"WACO"
at 9 a. m. A nominal fee will be Records Prove Over 95%
charged. Refreshments will be YourEditorial of Repairs Made in Homes

Sugar Sugar Sugar served free. Page Phone EL 3-5243 'MONSTER FROM-% and THE-OCEAN FLOOR'

Speaks for Progress Guaranteed Work
The Good Neighbors Club will,
sponsor an outing to Little Tab-

lot Island on Wednesday, June

COMING YOUR WAY 13. The buses will leave Broad ATTENTION $25,000BIS
and State Streets at 9:30: a, m.

The Sons of Jubilee will be *

7:00 to 9:00 A.M. heard in a song recital on Sunday, Organizations Church Groups WARD
June 10 in the auditorium of the

Bethel Baptist Church, corner Clubs SocialitesANNOUNCING for the first bug that does NOT die
Sixth and Madison Streets begin-
6:00 to 7:00 P.M. ning at 8:30: o'clock. Usher Board after being sprayed with

No. 1 of the church of which Mrs.

sor Sadie the Fedd group is president will spon- A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor RCAl-KILL :::.

The Rev. T. E. Nelson minister
Banquets Teas Parties -
Programs All Occasions

i The male chorus of the St. Paul to Prov iREALKILL
WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S AME Church will present Clan PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn Bug Killer O ffers. .$25 tnseaicid.lREAL4IU. '
ence Felder Sr. baritone in a re- .i.Americo S No.REM4lu 1 hlnYnw+ li
Three Hours Notice N0'"
cital on Sunday. June 10 in the kips AlL hausehob bv9
auditorium of the church. REAL-KILL keeps Oft killing for wpkstEL

Mr. Felder is a member of the

ONLY ALL NEGRO chorus serving In Choir 3. He will $3.50 per Group Picture .

be accompanied by Prof. A. N. In City Limits .$.. O IEAt--IIU Disp1.ay

PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION Green. bfRufe, all Us, .fBu!'.

Choir 1 of the Payne Chapel CALL REAL-KILL BUG KIWI
AME Church will sponsor a
friendly contest June 17. The pro- PHOTO )Jf 4PUSHBUTTON
"1381 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL" gram will be given for the benefit
of the anniversary drive sche- MAL-KHi

duled for June 24 at 3 p. m. andis 4-2391 -Z-.. M
under the direction of Mrs. C. ,

A. Holley.

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Saturday, Jane 9, 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR
Pose Fire

I Campaign For Urban League Membership Launched/I : I

I Army Man Retires After 25 Years I Silveretts Social And Savings, Club Meets Urban League ** f

:>8OW.-", .._ '-:"'_ __ _A. rt
h Service; Honored With Parade Starts CampaignFor *

Major Taft Cummings, a veteranof from active duty with a Dress MembershipsThe *
25 years active,service in the Parade in his honor. *

I Army and recently stationed with Among those in the reviewing beginning of the ninth an *

the 95th Military Government stand to view the ceremony were nual membership enrollment cam- *
Gmroup Fort Gordon retired Mrs. Cummings and members of paign of The Jacksonville Urban

_,____ ... ..
uuu. Major Cummings' family.. Cum- x bL League was announced here this
; mings lives in Florida. > rr s week. :
.r-l" Major Cummings began his military Organized in 1947, The Jacksonville /Weat

; career in 1929 when he enlisted 4 Urban League has worked
t.y In the Army and served singly and cooperatively with *

l :! with the 24th Infantry Regiment, ; other community forces, to improve -
Fort Benning Ga. After a periodof o % the living and working !aocua
..,, two years in civilian life he returned conditions of the Negro Commu- <

.' ., to the Army and gainedhis ; r nity of Duval County, and for the
N commission as-an officer in improvement of understanding

,;; } 1942.He between white and colored citi A Up .f the Pepsi Cap t.
< t. served in the Pacific in tr zens. these outstanding Tonne
4 'i World War II and in the Philippines S a ot The tools of social work-fact Americans, who make our
: i country and our communitya
:: VN'J in post war service. An finding, persuasion, education and better Ure in which to live.

o 'l' r, l rthlwete the major later serveds # S a, q'S community organization are I -
.. : Athletic Officer for the 9th Infantry 4 t ., uti'!'e 1 by the League in the
i Division Fort Dix, N. J., ;4 problem! areas of industrial relations * *
e ..
P and later attended the Special and employment, voca-

;: Services School at Fort Mon- ....11"aaw'y"". :.>
; .., mouth.In I volunteer] service and community *
'. '" Members of the Silveretts Social Sayings Club who held their regular meetin3 in the home of
w. "; ';! 1i''n". ... 1952 he was sent to the Nah- i
.....W.:: 1S Mrs. Katie Frenney. 706 W. Monroe St. are shown here. Sitting from left are: Mrs. Katie Mae Fren life.The Urban League believes *
bollenbach Depot,
>"" .___' ". Ibar Oberstein Quartermaster Germany, where ney. Mrs. Elisabeth Scipio Mrs. Agnes Roles. Mrs. Laretha Wilson. Standing: Oscar Mayhoe. Mrs. all members of this communitywill *
Mattie Williams:: Miss Linda Mrs. Marie
Murray. Jackson. Miss Barbara Solomon. Miss Catherine
he tesumed duty as Special Serv- be aided by a bigger more *
Mary Murray.JAMES
ice and Athletic Officer. He returned healthy and prosperous Duval
to the United States in County. To this end the Member- *
Major Cummings 1955 and was assigned to the 95th L. WILLIAMS RETIRES I Local ship Project is urging all past *
Military Government Group. His Attorney members to renew their member
assignment with the 95th Group !! ships and citizens who have not *

DAYTIME AND EVENINGSTV has been Food and Agriculture FROM DUVAL SCHOOL SYSTEMJames Is Speaker For previously affiliated to join the '
Officer Economics section. Urban League. *
CALLS SERVICE $3.00 Men's Day Event Individual memberships are w ;: *
Your L. Williams, Sr. visiting teacher in the Duval County i!| $1.00 to $5.00 or more. Group SHIRLEY CHRISTINE
FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE Editorial School System, has announced his retirement effective April 30 I memberships clubs, churches, BATTLES *
Call. EL 6-0894 Page after 28 years of service in the local school system.- Speaking for the morning serv- etc. are from $5.00 to $10.00 or Uiah Blocker Junior *
Speaks for Progress During the span Mr. Williams ice at the St. Stephen AME more. Membership is open to High School

Guaranteed Work Read Page 2 served as a rural teacher, assist- Church on Sunday at the annual those who believe in the principles this Pepsi-Cola attractive dealers 14yearoldhonor salute *

ant principal and truant officer.He observance of Men's Day will be of the Jacksonville Urban student of the 9-8 *
served in the latterposition Ernest D. Jackson attorneyatlaw. League. Memberships run from class.of Shirley her is class also and treasurer a

for the past thirteen years. He will be introduced by I the first to the end of the year. member Y-Teens of the Community ifif
CHAMPION'S Club. She is
Mr. Williams began his teach Elcee Lucas. Receipts and membership cards very active in her Sunday
School and church affairs.
ing career in Duval County at Henry Bellimy, general chairman will be forwarded to those who

Big Clearance Sale years he ,served as assistant prin- will preside at the morning join. *
Jacksonville Beach. For nine worship.. Persons; may go directly to the ** *

cipal at the Darnell Cookman James Genwright, co-chairman, League's office at 610 West Duval *
VALUES TO $7.9S School under Dr. J. I. E. Scott.In tE will preside over the evening service Street to join or they may send

Men's Dress Slacks $2.99 1943 he was appointed the first beginning at 7 p. m. A musical their checks directly to the office. *

'Cool/ Summer Fabrics colored visiting teacher in Duval program and expressions from i Receipts and membership cards *
County and served in that capacity -I the group captains will be pre- I will be forwarded.The .
u.... Tropicals Gabardines Rayons Da ra.( Cords until his retirement.In sented. ninth annual membership yx a
addition to his work in the The Rev. T. W. Bullard, pastor, project is being headed by Mrs. *
Sport Shirts ... .. 3-for $4.00
classroom and on the field in the I has requested the full support of Saramae Stewart Richardson, a
all members and friends. professor at Edward Waters College *
position of visiting teacher the .
Stock at These Low Prices
Up well-known Jaxon took an active and a member of the Boardof *

-Use Our L (-Away $1.00 Holds Any Amount part in the affairs of professional Methodist School Directors of The Jacksonville *
Urban League. Attorney R. P.
groups connected with the teach
ing profession.. He was a charter Slates Exercises Daniel is Board Chairman and J.
125 W. Street Phone EL 4-1118 *
Bay member of the Duval County Philip Waring is Executive Direc- y
Teacher's Association and was elected president of the organization Simpson Methodist Church Day tor. *
in 1935. During his term of School will conduct its closing exercises -
office the first salary schedulefor in the social hall Mondya. WILLIAM JEROME

colored teachers in the countywas June 11 at 8 p. m. Negroes ToResistance Shady Matthew ALEXANDER W. Gilbert
adopted. The children will participate in High School

1'1 I Active in church affairs, he is songs readings and a skit entitled On side Alexander youth. a is popular a member east-of

a member class leader and stew "Children in God's Care". Mrs. the 11en class. and an
AStrir ;; :ard of the St. Paul AME Church. Rebecca >Samuel who has given National Basis honor writing ability He and possesses was
.... i.He is president of the East Flor many years at Simpson establishing I class.chosen as reporter of his
ida Conference Laymen Leagueof a sound educational foundation *

the AME Church and has beena and guiding children in Atlanta A meeting to con- ,* *' *
delegate of the last two sessionsof Christian living will direct the sider a nation-wide program of
the General Conference of the group. "pasSive' resistance" by colored 1e if

AME Church. At this service the annual people to segregation will be held *
t tI He resides at 1892 Moncrief Rd. "Kiddies Contest Parade" will in New York on Saturday accord-

with his three children all of terminate. Contestants seekingto ing to Adam Clayton Powell New i *
fAW S whom are teachers in the Duval be crowned "Simpson Day York Negro congressman. !I t *

I C Announces County School System. School" are Audrey Hicks Frances Powell a Democrat, revealed .I .
Pinkard Florena Oliver Val- plans for the meeting during an

President Calls For erie Jones Gwendolyn McCray address at commencement exercises *
Kimble McNair, Qwennett Jordan at Morehouse College. .hr
r Courageous Action and Rose Mary Hart. The parents Twelve persons white and colored *

By Religious HeadsNEW and sponsors of each contestantare from the North and South *
I working for success. will attend the meeting Powell

YORK-President Eisen- On Sunday, June 10 at 11 a. m. said.The ; *
hower, in a message to the Na the student body will.worship to- group will consider whe-
tional Conference of Christiansand gether and will share in special ther the "time is ripe"* for a na-
Jews called for "courageous numbers for the service. The pas- tion-wide program of passive resistance ANITA STOCKLIXG *

t 8f action by the leaders of the three: tor, the Rev S. S. Robinson, Jr. to segregation similar to blab High Blocker School Junior *

great religious traditions of our will deliver the message. the bus boycotts in Montgomery,
country" and calle dfor such ac The public is invited. Ala. and Tallahassee Fla. Juanita Pepsi-Cola is dealers deserving congratulations of *

tion "basic to all other steps that: a* the for tain&,selected ifif
must be taken". cil delegate of the 4-H
,, Club. She is president of
x ,i He ahlso said "Americans race. the 9-12 homeroom class,
r relations and intercultural good ATTENTION a member of the Sunday '-
:: I I School and BYPU depart if
r will can be dealt with -most effectively ments in her church.
I on the moral and spiritual *

plane". *.* *
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P.8. Six THE ILCIIDA STAR Saturday June 9, 1956I

I News Of Interest From All Sections() .Of Beautiful- Florida I

Putnam County News Central Montgomery Boycott Leader Honored I Ii FAHU Instructor

BY E. J. VREEN AcademyHfehKghts : Receives Grant!
968 Madison Strwt. Palatka. Florid :
Phone East 5-3025 MN{

Tallahassee Miss T. Gerald-

A Though For The Weak For The High School Graduates p'-:1:: _w r ine Williams, instructor in Bio-

"Prepare to meet the last half of the 20th century. BY WARREN.HOWELL __ logy at Florida A and M Univer-
:; sity has received a grant-in aid
Mrs. Maud Mabra was our recent guest to the movies. This weekwe The senior class at C. A. presented l from the Southern FellowshipFund

are omitting our invitation to_the movies. We are using this space their annual senior chapter : d't.. to do advanced study at the

to salute the many boys and girls who have and will finish high at the school cafetorium on t University of California in Los

school work. So to you, I say "Believe in God." Believe in the way Friday, June 1. Y '/tl 117 __ h Angeles for a six-week period'this

of democracy. Don't think you are better than anyone else and be & summer.A .

sure you do not'think you are less than anybody else. Monday,June 4, the senior class; member of the Fam-U faculty -

This week Miss Dothea Hardy and their sponsors presented an tiw since 1955, Miss Williams

was invited to be the guest of the STARKE honor ceremony.The ?'' I was graduated from Howard Uni-

Florida Star Monday for lunch in versity with the B. S. and M. S.
Central cafetorium. final examinations started Her of
the Academy n degrees. area specializationis
Miss Hardy is a member of the Starke The Morning Star at C. A. Tuesday which will last 4 parasitology. She served as a
graduating class. Lodge 26, Free and Accepted Ma- through. Wednesday.The research assistant at Tuskegee In-

sons, of which the Rev. Damon stitute Polio Laboratory prior to
Miss Hattie James returned to Bell is worshipful master will laya senior banquet was held coming to A and M.

her home in Ridgewood, N. J. cornerstone for the Allen Monday night at C. A. honoringall f r,< Miss Williams is a member of

Thursday after a very pleasant Chapel AME Church, Sunday,, seniors and graduates.The Beta Kappa Chi National Honor-

visit here with her aunt, Mrs. June 17 at 2 o'clock. i -- -- ------ -- ---- -- ----- -- ary Scientific Society, the American -

Mozellar Robinson. All Royal Arch Masons Knight Purple and Gold Chapter 'NEW NEGRO LEADER. HONORED Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. leader of the Montgomery. Association for the advance-

Templar Masons, Thirty-second of the National Honor Society 'Ala. bus boycott was honored last week by alumni of Fisk University with a citation for distinguished ment of Science and the American

Among the Palatka 'celebrities degree Scottish Rite Masons Sub recently met and elected officersfor 'service and an honorarium of $500. The citation read. ""In the Cradle of the Confederacy. you embodied Association of University Pro
attending the commencement exercises lime Princes of the Royal Secrets, the next term. in fessors. She is also a member of
the spirit of the New Negro seeking equal justice under the law the democratic tradition

at Bethune-Cookman was Nobles of the Mystic Shrine,, I and the Christian spirit. You have demonstrated once again to the nation and to the world the tremendous Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Higgins, Jr., Heroines of Jericho and Order of On Sunday, June 10, the sen power of moral conviction in a righteous endeavor and in so doing you hare served the
their annual Bacca- ;
iors will hold
Mrs. Eartha Collins Mrs. Juanita Eastern Star are invited to be cause of liberty and freedom everywhere." Shown making the Jerome Davis alumni award is Louis
laureate at the Bethel AME I
Roadhard, William Norwood, Jr. special guests of the Master Ma- P. Clark left president of the Fisk alumni association. Gunter Photo.Students' St;
and Mrs. Ollie Howard. sons during this ceremony. Church. !I ,

Out-of-town Masons are requested A. a
James Roberts made a brief Monday night the annual commencement PAYNE CHAPEL AME z
to join the group here. Recital Lone Star
visit to Tuskegee, Ala. to see .his exercise will beheld
Rev. H. Y. 32nd
The Brown
sister, Mrs. Merceda Mitchell. at the cafetorium which sixty-
degree state deputy grand master thcee graduates will receive di Preston Brooks and his groupof
will deliver the Other At Stanton Hicrh
Mrs. Annie Mae Oliver and her ceremony. plomas. Special features in the serviceson singers will be presented in a .w
officers will assist in
grand lodge toP
,daughter, Qwendolyn spent last Sunday at 11 a. m. at the musical recital Sunday at 8 p. m.
the affair.
week in Tallahassee visiting Mrs. Payne Chapel AME Church of in the Mt. Zion Methodist Church. .
Oliver's parents. Mrs. Oliver is There will be plenty of refreshments South Jacksonville On Monday. June 11, at 8 p. m. which the Rev. J. W. Jones is pastor -
for in attend the students of Evelyn Squires The group includes Mrs. Jessie
beauticians.Mrs. everyone will be baptismal rites and the
one of the city's ance. The public is invited. Foy will present their 13th annual observance of youth day. May Polk Miss Nellie Graham .wi

South Jacksonville District 5 June recital in the auditorium of Mrs. Phyllis Brooks Lawrence / \ _
Corene Ellis returned to The.Rev. Y. B. Bruce, a student -
of the Jerusalem Missionary Bap- New Stanton Senior High SchooL Taylor, Miss Effie Graham Wil-
at Edward Waters
the city recently following a tripto Alexander Memorial tist Church will sponsor a trip to Students participating will be member of the Bethel Collegeand AME liams Trio, Nathan Graham Mrs.

Miami. Fla. Alkania and Thelmita Argrett, Maggie Polk, Beatrice Polk and '
American Beach on Saturday <
Church, Tallahassee, Florida will 3 t
Announces :Services morning at 10 a. m. Buses will Mildred Bannerman, Alva Bar- Miss Emma Jean Brooks. YY
Paul Watkins visited Daytona deliver the sermon.
nett, Jacquelyn Bailey, Joyce
leave from the church.
afternoon. The observance of the annual Miss Loretta Demps will ---- --
Beach on Sunday Alexander Memorial Methodist preside
for Bradley, Barbara Brown Maurice
Services scheduled Sundayat Frank Sinatra. Eleanor Parker
Men's is slated for 15.
Day July at the piano and Miss Mar-
Church of Cosmo will begin its the church will begin with the Barnett, Hattye Camper, Barbara J. J. Benekin is general chair- (above) and Kim Novak star in
tha Dukes will mistressof
Parnena Park NewsBy Sunday activities with the Sunday Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Dailey, Deloris Daniels, Leola man and O. D. Phillip is cochairman. ceremonies.An serve as the sensational narcotics drama.
School at 9:30 a. nu with Dudley, Margaret Dorsey, Aurora
District 6 will meet at 4:30 p. The men of the church have "THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN
Superintendent Theodore Brown m. in the home of James Ken- Dow, Cynthia Franklin, Dorothy been asked to pay $10.00 and the educational program will be ARM. showing all week at the

Mrs. Florence McBride presiding.At chion 3715 Pineview Circle. Hat, Juanita Hart, Stella Ivey, women $5.00 at this time. presented at 4 p. m. with Horace Strand starting Sunday. The

Services at Mt. Tamo Baptist 11 a. m. Love Feast will be The 40th anniversary of the Edgaranna Jones, Rose Marie White in charge. Academy Award film nominee is

Church were most enjoyable conducted by the pastor, the Rev. pastor, the Rev. Sol Cooper, will Jones, Shirley Johnson, Qwen- approximately two hours in length -

throughout the day. Sunday W. M. Littles who will De assistedby be observed at 7 p. m. A programhas dolyn Jordan, Janice Joyner, Se- Ministers' Wives and is thrilling from start to

School was enjoyed by all who other ministers and the official been arranged. A special feature rena Joyner, Leon Lauray, Aren- High SpringsHigh finish. On the same bilL patrons
Will Present Tea
attended. Deacon Otis McBride staff of the church. of the program will be the da Long, George Long, George will see the technicolor. Cinema

Superintendent presided. The regular Communion serv- anniversary sermon by the Rev. Martin, Henry Martin, Celia Ann scope featureite. THE NAT

Testimonial services were held ice will be held at 3 p. m. and E. M.. Tolbert. Every member is Miller, Gail Mason, Mary Ann The Baptist .Ministers Wives Springs -The Rev.A. W. COLE STORY.depicting the life

at II a. m. The pastor deliveredthe Sacremental sermon will be asked'.to bring their envelopes at Reed, Aquatha Roberts, Sarah Alliance will sponsor a tea Mon-: Bowles presiding elder of the of the famous singer. Added attraction -'
Roberts Patricia Roberts Jolita day, June 18th at 5 m. in the
evening message. preached by the pastor. The en- this time. p. High Spring District AME Church is the 33 minute techni-
home of Rev. and Mrs. W. S. People
tire Christian family is invited to The public is invited. Simmons, Beverly Taylor, Hattye will meet Monday at 10 a. m. in color film. "LIVING SWAMP.
Fredrick Underwoodand 1965 Ella Street. A unique
The Thunderbirds of the South partake of the Lord's Supper with Underwood, the Allen Chapel AME Church an exciting story of the Okefeno-
has been for
Roberta Wilson.
and the Miracle Gospel Singers the membership of the church. program with all pastors of the district. kee swamps.
Kiddie GraduatesList your enjoyment. Mrs. B. W. Wil-
were presented in a recital Sunday At 7:30 p. m. a musical program '
liams will have charge of the program -
night. will be presented by the members. AnnouncedMrs. Words of advice- with Mrs. Carrie People as
will terminate the
This program Sergeant: This type of bullet the general chairman. Everyoneis

i rally. Every member of the J. Cummings Su- will penetrate six inches of solid invited. Mrs. H. H. Robinsonis iii ATTENTIONOrganizations
is asked to support the Evelyn
Gaiiesville HanOi church the and L. Lewisis
rally. Visitors are welcome to pervisor of the Cummings Nur- oak so remember to keep your president Mrs.

worship at Alexander Memorialat sery School, has announced the head down! the reporter. Church Groups

ProbationGainesville each service during the day. graduation of Olga Christopher,
Johnnie Warren White, Bettye Clubs Socialites

Jean Williams, Cary Wayne Vin-

-Judge John A. H. cent, Alfonso Brown, Gail Wil-
Murphree placed Richard Crumpon Brewster Men liams and Tyrone Walton. ANNOUNCINGA

three years probation after he The graduates along with other

pleaded guilty to breaking and 'To Hold Session nursery students were given a NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor
is to make restitution -
entering. Crump trip to the zoo on May 25. POSNEIfS
of the stolen money. .,w 1,,,a rIo !
Maxwell Furby pleaded guilty The Brewster Men's Club will The nursery will remain open Banquets Teas Parties

Monday in circuit court to fond- hold its regular breakfast ses- throughout the summer with the Programs All Occasions
sentenced sion Sunday morning at the usual exception of one week's closingin
ling a minor and was
to.-four and a half years hard hour with the president, J. Earl the latter part of August. :$ 4 PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn

labor in State Prison. Morse presiding. Mrs. Cummings- assisted by i 1 q eW4RL0rS FASTEST SELLING. Three Hours Notice

At.the last meeting of the club, Mrs. Daisy Buckston, Mrs. Ernes- iy HAIR STRAIGHTENS
tine Watts and Mrs. E. J. Cum- ,
propositions -
there were some ] ,. and

LEARN TO DRIVE brought thoroughly forward discussed that because were not of mings. BLACK RINSE $3.50 per Group Picture

TU Qskkttt.. TW tab .
T. Urn the lack of time. It is expectedthat In City Limits
Way at the meeting Sunday morn- Edward Waters SOLD AT All MUG STORES

AJAXDRIVING ing much of the time will be usedin used by oil good barter .hop*'
_: CALL-
the business already -
before going Offers Courses
on the agenda
CALL EL 40639George MK fOft 17 fir HAMf-T00AV7>
Perpena The importance of this meeting

1134 W. 5th Street demands the presence of every For TeachersSummer 1

loyal member of the club. Reports EL 42391Peg.

will be made on the financial
school at Ed-
begins t
status of previous activities of the -
ward Waters College June 11 and

MMNI MISCLES club. will be operated for nine weeks.

Preparations are being made to IIUN 9 I SAID 1 1 U A (1A' ,j ,
EEZY ( px BtY.CA1 i iBRJ
.. .
n.w MT
'SIN win STANBACK.taktoti.r......BCTAN8ACK PATRONIZE accommodate a large enrollment G %%? PlFf MullrEs G P FGR SGNOOt..NT I'AGpUtTa L E0
Mt>fart to.....Matte** Credits earned at Edward TEi.t.TM ZYY NWoEaR.
.......>......th tTANSACK..f...l. Florida Star Waters College will be acceptedby rostE
r.aM..w.ns ...MIII.tlt" b1..lee .
-I... IS. I....sld.. .... AdvertisersArticle the State, Department of Edu- f
cation for extension of certificates

toward adding of new subjects to

in Reader Digest Reveals certificates and in meeting the

"recency of credit" requirement.

This recognition should appeal"to

: Jittery Pre-Menstrual Tension a very large number of teachersin

the public schools.

Is 'So Often a Needless Misery! Among the courses being of-

fered are personal health, com- 1-

Ba JOB t Eee terrai nervous' tea'D'ped' .. or strikingly relieved munity health, Florida history, .
dlscomfortTS out of 4
rtcn-toel Jttterr.trr1t&ble. depam and introduction to visual aids, psychology
l.. aC beiora your period women got glorious Plnrnanrt relief re- of business advanced > FZYr a?If.AS1aot -. / 50 i wvira> 701E AE'L&
.= a?DIGBST A 8tartHng reveals rtcle Ruch toWttto 1ieveathebeadaclus.cxampe.nerv8 Taken regularly. : composition arithmetic for teachers (>r wuratai:of tia>'. (JO Sri IT AS CLEARL Y AS POKtt !
f7LA SES lW Wff'rTO
tension .. during and before fti.
dZeu ous
Jl'8"VT' t0ffieSt. 1&s period. Many women never American Government and ?
iIItIer7 uaandI In many ban cued'.cUIcm- TOOT sufler--i> Oft theAFSt dept Why General Art for Elementary
Tb start take
bow to avoid IUeh 8derb3C. thould you!This month teachers.A .
dontescape >
See if bIn4
ing Pinkham'B. you .. s
I8CUa Ply re-mmatrualtensloa..to staff which includes membersof
and Tablet, ;
tbose often :the cause of nn appineL the' regular teaching faculty (
pter1e te&ae Utberreeo Get Lydia S. av W1DAcan.weca.
JuVr* Approach! and several visiting professors is
Jsctenf tuts..tMiiac Plnkham'8 VegeLydia -
has a t d,>Mtf4wMat t table Compound.... being assembled to provide the
convenient new
ootalni X&U...ele.naGtnu.1 Tablets which have instruction. A program which will
.... IOI ..wI..nU.1... dsrIasud bIood- u1ld1Dg Iron and recreational
cIiItr8. .. .. -"' 4qi 1 include: cultural
*,,, -fict 'added.At .,ac
'. akJaa." activities has been completed.




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Braves Return To Jax For 4-Day Series With Charlotte fM roc west tfrolcptdi em cuing 1

Pizarro, Sally League's Filching Star THOUSANDS STILL NEED YOUR-H.ELP... Former Bat BoyIs Private Swimming Classes For Adults

Will See Action' Against Charlotte Ace Pitcher Will Be Offered With Expert TrainersThe

For Jax BravesJuan

Jefferson Swimming Pool begins its sixth season of opera-
The Jacksonville Braves team is now riding the crest of the tion Saturday morning at 10:00 A. M. '

Waves in the South Atlantic League after being five games out of ILA Pizarro the rookie pitcher American Red Cross swimming

,first place a few days ago will return to Jacksonville Monday, Tues- 11 i with the Jacksonville Braves was lessons will begin Monday June I have been issued to 469 persons

day, Wednesday and Thursday for a four game series with the f EMF i just a bat boy two years ago withSanturce 11 fmm10:00to12:00P.M.and: ranging from beginners to senior

Charlotte Hornets. in the Puerto Rican will be conducted four days a.. life guards; life guards have madea

The Gems came to town with a Winter League but today he is week on Monday, Wednesday, I total of 163 rescues; first aid

,powerful hitting attack and pitching FIGXt o lo. the sensation of tlje South Atlan- Friday and Saturday mornings.The has been administered to 88 per
Ernie Banks Seen
that seemed to be invincible.The tic League.At classes are for adults and sons.

Braves undaunted by their Y 13 he became the bat boy for children, but Saturday morningswill Jefferson pool personnel: Man-

successive losses went to work on As Valuable ManNEW YY Santurce and during his junior be set aside for adult swim- ager and American Red Cross

the Gems as though they were year in high school Juan was ming lessons only. Water Safety Instructor Julius
just another"baseball team instead drafted and played his first game
There is no charge for the instruction Guinyard.
bf the phantoms of the league. YORK-Ernie Banks, a vu' 'L'vi for his school. The first year in but a ten cent service Clerks Mrs. S. L. Sams and
defensive ace at shortstop and a baseball he won 14 games and
The Braves Harriette .
won seven straight charge is levied for use of showers Guinyard.Life
games behind the pitching of long-range hitter, is a valuable / I r t \ shortly .afterwards joined San- and lockers. Guards Mrs. Jewel Hal-
piece of baseball property and the \s turce as a player. It was his
Zie- American Red Cross Water
Allen Nelson Jaber Wrinn, I loway,
Another feature of the
Chicago Cubs aim to hold ti programis
on. / pitching performance with San-
ser, Zabala and the ever depend- Safety Instructor; Lois Randolph
Banks is featured in the a private adult class conductedat
current turce that caused Luis Olmo the
able Juan Pizarro. Allen has appeared and William Witherspoon.Girls .
the four week-
in 10 games with a total of issue of Sport Magazine, in a Braves Latin American scout to pool days each locker room-Mrs. Velma
story which recalls Frank Lane's recommend him to Farm Director Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
76 2/3 innings 7 won and 1 lost % Frasier; Boys locker room-Avon
nights from 9:30 to 10:30 and Sun-
remark to the effect that he'd %
and 21 strikeouts 8 go John Mullen. Kirkland and Robert McKinney
; \t ;
days from 6:30 to 7:30 P. M.
games, 51 innings pitched 26 as high as $500,000 for Banks if \ When Mullen was asked to takea Recreation room-Mrs. Mable P.

strikeouts; Jaber, 8 games 31 1/3 the Cubs were willing to part look at Pizarro he (Mullen) con. All persons completing the King.
with him. course will be issued AmericanRed
Ben Geraghty the Jack-
innings won 2, lost 1, 7 strikeouts;
Wrinn 8 games 45 2/3 innings, Sport also takes a careful look sonville manager who was pilot. Cross swimming certificates.

won 2, lost 6,19 strikeouts; Zieser at the upcoming Olympics and ..@ / ing the Caguas team in the Puerto: Julius Guinyard, director of the Bill To Drop Joe's
concludes that our current crop of Rican League to get some assur-: program reports that since the
2 18
40 1/3 innings won 3, lost Debts Introduced
strikeouts; Zabala 14 games, 18 track and field performers is the FLAG A"Y: ance that Pizarro was a good risk. Jefferson Street pool was opened

strongest ever developed and that Mullen wanted to know from in June of 1951, more and better
2 lost 0 7 strikeouts
innings won ; LEAGUERS WASHINGTON AlfredD.
95 well win a minimum of eleven 4f M JTHE LITTLE Geraghty, what pitcher did Pizarro swimmers have been developed Rep.
Juan 11
Pizarro games, inningswon Sieminski. New Democrat
strikeouts. events this year. 4 WONOQANAMEPiCANDAY compare with in the organization. under the Red Cross swimming Jersey -
7, lost 3, 123 has made an appeal to Con-
Among the standout performers Geraghty answered with plan.
Another' major factor in the IN AMERICAN WAY.* gress to erast the $450,000 tax bill
analyzed are Pitt's Arnold Sewell "He doesn't compare with anyonein The pool management is grate-
climb of the Braves to the top is against Joe Louis and give the ex-
all time great Mal Whitfield and the organization. You don't ful to the many swimming in-
the hitting of the Jacksonvilleteam. clean sheet.
champion a
the broad-jumping, sensation have pitcher with his speed nora structors who gave their time in
Roger McCardell is hitting In Sieminski
a resolution remembered -
Roselyn Range.AntiNegro. lefthander with better controL" developing our youth and adultsin
382; Juan Pizarro is hitting as the 12 year reign of
the basic skills of swimmingand
Pizarro purchased the
well as pitching at .325; Roarke The final conquest of polio has not yet been achieved. Fcr was Joe Louis as heavyweight boxing
Milwaukee Braves and sent to water safety.
.316; Hartsfield .304; Morgan .295 many the vaccine came too late and many more will not I-e champion and called him "an
Jacksonville. Pizarro is called the The following are some pool
and the, others batters in the ,.200 Move vaccinated in time. All Little Leaguers, managers, coaches certificates outstanding representative of the
since the of Bob swimming
fastest early days -
class. officers and parents are urged to participate on June.14 and United States in sports throughout -

The Braves seem all set now to Fails 11 LSU help the National, Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. finish This Feller youngster of the Cleveland at 19, is Indians.being the world. h

South At- .the Job.; he resolution also noted that
give to the fans of the
watched closely by major
lantic League the brand of base- base- Lightweight Ace Louis fought several benefit fightsin
league scouts sportwriters
ball fans everywhere liKe,.win or: BATON ROUGE La.-A vote 1942 just before donning an

lose. A good team means good taken recently at Louisiana State SPORTINCITOP ball bigwigs and takes commentatorsevery the moundfor Offered $5 .1MO) army uniform. Friends of the for-
support.. With good' hitting"and I University ended in a tie and' for the Jax Braves. Rollie, .Hems- mer champion have said his tax
the third time a proposal to prohibit troubles started then because he
the Braves will be
good pitching BY: C. PARHAM JOHNSON. ley, manager of the Charlotte
pennant contenders in 1956. its athletic teams from play To Defend earned money to pay his 1941.tax
Hornets and who is said to be one
I ing against Negroes was rejected.The bill.
BILL BRUTON. Milwaukee FLORIDA A & M University of the greatest catchers to ever
resolution by member J. S.
Braves cenierfielder has been athletic teams 12 in the NEW YORK
I Smitherman of Shreveport failed rap won champion- don a mitt and mask major Lightweight
ing the ball hard and often in this ships in trophies and two runner- leagues called him "the fastest champion Wallace (Bud) Smith Prince Hall Masons
of piles by a 7-7 vote of the LSU board of
,Stop pain suypervisors.The 1956 season. He has constantly up national championship trophies I've seen since Bob Feller." has been offered $50,000 to defendhis Give $100,000 '

I resolution was seconded byJ. maintained a cool .400 batting during the past athletic Whenever he takes the mound title against Larry Boardman
at home to remain the the fans the Conn. To NAACP Fund
today Stewart Slack of Shreveport a average among top year. for.the hometown Braves young Marlborough
f state leader in the White Citizens 10. Not only is he hitting the ball CONNIE JOHNSON, the 33- turn out in large numbers. Ger contender who recently won a 10-

-or money back! Council but he ranks among the best cen- year-old righthanded pitcher with aghty says he is a sure shot for round non-title decision over the Boston Mass. The Prince

In Stainless doctor's Pazo tests Instantly amazing relieved new The resolution would have re terfielders in the game. the Chicago White Sox has been the majors. champion.The Hall Masons have contributedmore

pues torture! Gave Internal and quired "that no athletic contest I ERNIE BANKS, the slender sold by the White Sox to the Baltimore offer was made by Ted than $100,000 during the past
external relief I 16 medically-proved I shortstop of the Chicago Cubs has Orioles. Johnson joined the Hilton owner of a resort hotel at five years to help the NAACP
ingredients including Triolyte, re- be scheduled or permitted between -
home out of the in time for the what Pompey had to offer. Conn. where Boardman and Educa'tionalFund.
lieye pftlo.itching fcuiantiy/Reduce athletic teams of the uni- poled eight runs Orioles opening Moodus Legal Defense
nng. Promote healing.Ton sit park already. Last season.Banks game of a series with the New Reams' heart is still in the fight trained for his 10-rounder with Inc., find the right formulain
versity and other universities or
walk In comfort! Only stainless
pile remedy. Stainless Pazo Suppositories colleges or state institutions was the homerun hitting sensa- York Yankees. game. Frankie Ryff at Madison Square stamping out racial segregationand
or Ointment druggists. tion of the National League. JACKIE ROBINSON, CARL JIMMY SLADE. who lost twiceto Garden. The only other stipulation discrimination in Americanlife
law where members of the Negro race
GreH L4b.e.t.ri.r
lr.J..k o-c--I I .., s.ppoeit. HUMBERTO ROBINSON the FURILLO ANO SAL MAGLIE Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson that Hilton asked is that the and to conserve the right of
right-handed pitcher who formerly have buried the hatchet. When and twice to Floyd Patterson .fight be hid in Boston. Negroes to enjoy'the full benefitsof

pitched for the Jacksonville Maglie pitched for the New York picked Jackson over Patterson be- i Boardman accompanied by Hil- first class citizenship.

Braves pitched his way to the Giants he was the center of many fore the two entered the squared ton and his father, Sam attendeda Thurgood Marshall Director-

Rocky To Referee Milwaukee Braves. The Braves rhubarbs with Robinson and Fu- circle for their 12-round elimination meet-the-press luncheon last Counsel of the NAACP Legal De-

WATCH THIS CLOWN sent him down to Toledo and rillo. Maglie was.recently sold to .bout in Madison Square week. Father Sam is his son fense Fund revealed the total\

Wrestling Bout Robinson pitched his way back to the Brooklyn DQdgers by the Garden. Slade said. It will be Larry's manager and has been amount of contributions in a- report

39-71-16 the Braves. He stayed with the Cleveland Indian A happy wel- Patterson all the way for the first since his son turned pro abxout made last week to the Grand

456-6-985 Braves for a short spell and now come was extended by the two six rounds. but after that. it will four years ago. Masters Conference, Prince Hall

MONTREAL-Rocky Marciano, is toeing the slab for Wichita in Dodger s4rs.ARCmE be Jackson the rest of the way.** Only 20 years of age, Boardmanhas Affiliation.

the retired heavyweight boxing the American Association.DID MOORE plans Fo go VETERAN TRAINER DAN had 32 fights winning 30, 14

7 3 champion will enter the ring dur- YOU KNOW Larry Dobywas to Germany for a bout with a FLORIO, the man who handled by knockouts and dropping two

1 3 ing the summer as a wrestling formerly a star shortstopwith German heavyweight hope. Willi former champion Jersey Joe Wal- decisions. In addition to defeating Shavingh Sticker

referee. This is a new role for the the old Newark Eagles? Well Hoepner following his. light cott firmly believed 21-year-old Smith he won decisively over

1 0 ex-champ. he was playing that position when heavyweight title bout with Yo- Patterson would lick Hurricane featherweight champion Sandy : P

Promoter Eddie Quinn revealedin he was acquired by the Cleveland lande Pompey.'Archie says. "win.I I Jackson and then go on to win Saddler over the 10-round route..

30-44-65 a statement that he had talkedto Indians. Doby broke in with lose. or draw in Germany. I am from Archie Moore and become PGiI1etteSLUE

245-22-750 Marciano in Boston recently Cleveland at first base: As a first racing back to the United Slates the undisputed heavyweight I

"He's given me the signal to baseman, he did not measure up. to protect my claim to the heavyweight champion of the world. I INGROWN NAIl BLADES

SometicM ..'. up dicker with his representatives in so the Indians benched him wherehe crown." MANAGER CHARLIE GRIMM I HURTING YOU IH HANDY DISPENSER .

S oeri Ma _'. down Brockton and as far as he's concerned stayed throughout the 1947 EZZARD CHARLES, former of the Milwaukee Braves believes rttfettdfcrf
I..e&f.I.Refl .
He adds, subtracts he's Quinn said. for the Braves to! *
ready season. heavyweight boxing championhas this is the year c.alprtsuat
H. vwfa It all crane1 I
Through the suggestion of Bill signed to fight Zora Folley of cop the Natinoal League pennantHe
A t. drop.K OVTG&O Mar EM ;
PATRONIZE McKechnie, then a coach with the Chandler, Ariz.. in the Phoenix says, with Bobby Thomson th.Kia aaddrzr. 'e.&sallowa 30fo 10 fot
OUTG1O tisg "a
FOR JUNE 16th Indians, Doby was given a trial in softball park June 26, accordingto Hank Aaron and Bill Bruton in MIL,f.th..i"'.ail.wad te d1.e"sfart.be at a.d ha oi.ruso p,. : ,

84-16-42 Florida Star the outfield. During the 1948 an announcement made by the outfield the Braves can well .,. iat.I bas e.oslw

AdvertisersI spring training season Doby was Promoter Paul Clinte. Folley, a say that they have the speediest

placed in rightfield. This particular former all-Army heavyweight outfield in the league, and threeof

move proved to be the makingof champion has a professional rec- the heaviest hitters in the bus

a brilliant career for Larry ord of 24 victories and two losses. iness. ;

Frank Sinatra Narcotic Drama Doby. He was shifted to center- PAT SCANTLEBURY the husky JUAN PIZARRO the 19-year g ;

I mUn "MAN WITH A GOLDEN ARM"Plus field during the mid-season of lefthander who was recently old. 165 pound left bander of the '

Plus: "NAT COLE STORY" that same year, and that is where sent to Havana of the International Jacksonville Braves has been labeled Diplomatic
Technicolor Cinemascope he stayed until he was traded to League by Cincinnati.has been top pitching prospect by
JUNE 10 -16 And: "LIVING SWAMP" Okefenokee Thrills! the Chicago White Sox. Today going like "wild fire" since he baseball experts all over the coun :Drin(

Larry Doby is recognized as one started toeing the-alab for Ha- try. With the season not halfway ,

of'the greatest outfielders in the vanna. Havana is currently rid- over he has struck out more than NO LIQUOR TASTE...

ROOSEVELT SKYVffiW game. ing the botom of the league. Pat 100 batten with his blazing fast NO UQUOR BREATH jz

MARYLAND STATE COL- has started two games and won ball. Those who have seen him
12 S... T..... J..o 10-12, who have heardof .
Sam. TMS. Jane 10 LEGS of ,Princess Anne. ,Md. two games since changing uni pilch and those

-- Both 1st TREASURE"Plus RMOUTLAW Sterling"TOP GUN"Hay don holds the distinction fielding ath- forms. the ex-bat boy who has been'

: TARGET ZERO" Robt. MitchumTRACK letic teams during the term of JACK (Doc) KEARNS, former in baseball only two years rate
OF THE CAT" 135556. that won 3 titles in one manager of heavyweight cham- him with Bob Feller during the r

Wod. Then. J... 13 14Mario year. Maryland State won the pion Jack Dempsey took trip to early days' of Feller's pitching

Brando Wed.- Than. Jane 13.14Spencer CIAA titles in basketball football London to watch, the Archie career. !: i11-
and baseball The football team Moore-Yolande Pompey fight. Be- _
ad Jutle'Ji.CANNIBAL "DR. JEKYLl &
ATTACK" Plus: ."JUNGLE WHDERNESS" came through an undefeated sea- fore the fight Kearns went directly ACHING MUSCLES

29c BEFORE 7:15 PM, son and it did the same in basket- from the airport to watch Since 172.8ELSKA8;

FrL Set. J... 15.16 ball. They won the baseball title Moore work out with a pair of fUliovo Mi" of brad sort, netting wuoM fl
Randolph.Scott Fri. Sat. Jane 15 .16 It .! with STAN BACK,tablet or powdomCTANBACK .
-RIDING' SHOTGUN" "SIGN OF THE PAGAN" by defeating Delaware State. sparring partners. After watching ads tot..brag e mf.rtu* The World's Most Honored Vodka
wed: "SARACEN BLADE" Plat became the first school in conference Moore workout he drove the 100 rIM...........UM IT AN BACK formulaoombiMO ...
Bath Technicolor "OUTLAW TREASURE" klstery accomplish sucha the training camp of MvonI prweripti** typo a Cie.Gct f1nUl..Md.U..A.S.turdaf .
miles to pr.disb for fast roltof of ...... 60 lid 100 Pilaf Male Dal Gals "LAsliy
feii. Pompey to ett'a good idea of


; a.. rialat
THE ILOJUD"sr.R_ 1956
Saturday, June 9,

I -Of Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers I

Chaplin-Hobson. Inc. Chaplin-Hobson is that improve Korean Vet InvolvedIn Federal Parole Officer Bulluck was brought in and surrendered
.Chips Off The BlocksBY ments and additions may be done I indicated that the veteran wouldbe tOthe U. S.Marshal by his bonds-
Offers Best In
through FHA financing. Check Forgery CaseA given psychiatric tests. man.

Jalousies, WindowsJaxons The firm has established a rep- Wesley Wooten had pleaded The case involved two checksof
JAY,JAY utation for courteous and helpful Korean War veteran who said guilty on May 18 and was to have $37 each, which had been
service to all of its patrons. he suffered a head injury in combat returned last Monday for sentenc- issued to Mrs. Flora B. Tookes of
School's out and the folk are drifting in town. The FAMU contingent who pre planning to improve ;
was convicted in Federal ing. When he failed to do so he Birmingham.Register .
arrived last wwk/In the vanguard of the group were Lois their hmoes with jalousie
Court last Thursday on charges of
Showers Bernice Williams Gwen and Hilda Woolen and a host of doors, awnings or any other form -
Help Waited forging two government checks.
olh n.James Walden the former STAR photog who has helped to of home beautification can now
The defendant admitted that he
gin us Tallahassee coverage blew in this week and is full ,of talk secure such additions at econom-I
had "endorsed" checks given to
about the heppenings. ical cost through the services of- Live 'in. $20 per wk. Ages 5065.
him by another man who claimed Now
Charles Elmore has joined the sea-going gang and has taken to fered at Chaplin-Hobson, Inc at, Week-ends,off,if,desired. Must he could not write.
the water. Seems: as tho sepia Jaxons have just found out you can 1420 East 8th Street. I have health card and references.
Judge George W. Whitehurst
use the water around here for something other than, chasers and Mr. Wayland Avery, Jr., the 62S8 103rd St. Wesconett. Ph. sentenced the defendant to a year

bathing. genial vice-president of the firm EV 7.6693.MAID and a day in federal_prison, and FOR SUMMER SESSION
Freddie Brown, the Buick salesman, left town for Atlanta anda announces that the ChaplinHobson ,
little medical attention. Hope everything works out all right firm is furnished with a General housework and
Mae Franklin and Ernestine Williams spent the other evening rehashing spacious home improvement show cook. Live in.Experienced. References For EYE GLASSES

old times and just talking. We were glad to hear that Rosa room which the entire public is and health card. Phone Coll or See
Lee Fletcher Mae's sister and the wife of Eddie Fletcher popular invited to look over. EV 91090. JACK ANDERSON AI

hotelman is much improved.We I The establishment features a 308 W. Forsyth Ph. EL 3-1750
MAID -5/ days. 7 to 3:30 m. CATERING TO RETIRED OR
hear'that Jacksonville to get a new periodical soon. The 'complete line of home improve- p.
reports state that"Spike"Washington and Albert "Mr. Money" Jones ,ment furnishings and services 6723 Ector Road. Mrs. Brown. WORKING PEOPLE

are collaborating and will publish a magazine in the "Gateway City." which include jalousie; doors, folding Phone RA 4.3288. BETHUNE COOKMAN
Mrs.L E. Williams is as busy as a bee these days. In addition toher doors, patio glass panels slid- Buy in Philadelphia and nearby
MAID 2 days. Mrs. Buckey New Jersey --- Farms Woodland
regular duties she is helping to tie all the loose ends togetherto ing doors and the most modem Lot .
City and Surburban Homes
the visiting medicos wives a topnotch time when Ph. EV 94218. Wed. & Thurs.
assure ,
folding doors. They carry a wide and Duplexes. G. I. Specials.
attend the annual Florida Medical Dental and"Pharmaceutical meet variety of steel and aluminum 8to4p.m. Write Mr. B. W. Robinson of COLLEGESESSION
which will convene in this city next week. A full slate of activities awnings and metal windows. BROWN & CO.
from beach parties to stags to garden parties to a full-fledged formalat Home-owners are urged to take MAID- Live on premises. Salary (PHILADELPHIA 46, PA.
the Armory are scheduled. You see why the medics and their advantage of the low prices being : room & board. Mrs. Cribbs.

fraus are resting up for the week ahead. offered at Chaplain-Hobson, Ino, Age 4050. Phone CH 94102. I RUNS

We hear that 'Buddy Johnson is slated to play for the Medical where quality and beauty in home I
Association Ball John Pickens and the Venitians ain't telling improvement furnishings is un- MAID Live on premises. $20
much about their dance which is on the following night but it is excelled. wk. Mrs. Donetta Latonia. 1908 "Howard's"TV June 12ih 10 August 4th
Gamewell Rd.Phone RA 4.0899. SERVICE
to be real
supposed gone. One of the 'fine features, of
Arlean Felton, Ernestine Cox Emma Stukus and Alice Bellamy
of the Yipsilantis are busy making plans for the shower the "Yippies"I Maid-5 days a week. Must have Guaranteed Work

are giving for Mount Ararat Sanitarium. The girls want all to know GUARANTEED, CALLS own transportation. 11984 Har- RADIO DISPATCHED Courses In Liberal Arts
that even if you can't come out to the tea on the 17th of June sendor SERVICE mony Drive. RA 43895.
bring some token you think the folk in the Sanitarium may like. $3.00 ''Calls $3.00
For an idea hint hint hlnt-sheets. linen, talc powder tooth paste, Servicing the Maid-Vi5 days. 9031 Monroe Nine Semester Hours May be Earned
shaving paraphernalia and any other item you think our senior Greater Jackson. Avenue. EL 3-8241. No Extra Charge for Nights
citizens would appreciate having. If you know any members of the yule* Area and Sundays

dub call them or drop by the Sanitarium Friday or Saturday. There EL 3-4366 Maid-9 to 5:30. Mrs. Black, FL Phone EL 6-2049 Cultural Courses -
will be someone on hand to receive your gift Dig this. Eric O. Simp- 9-3445.
son who will be the principal speaker confides that he has a message
that will shake us up. Learn Commercial Art Maid-Mrs. George Dukes EV Drama Music Dancing
have street. The is Water Street 88355. Must have health card. ,
Lo and we a new name BIG SAVINGS ON
and it is between the river and Bay Street. There is another street .Start I. APPROVED AnytimeG. Exhibits Swimming Tennis
which runs from Hogan Street to Davis and carries you beneath the
AMERICAN Rooms For RentTwo Ranges
Broad Street viaduct. BasketbollVolleyboll
Elmore Davis, Harry Puzi and Albert Frazier are calling all SCHOOL OF ART modem furnished rooms, 1
Yankee fans together for a day of prayer. These old die-hard Yank Moved To New Location small and large. Working coupleor RefrigeratorsWashers Library Facilities
fans are alarmed at the invincible "Bronx Bombers" losing three 106 EAST BAY STREET
single man preferred.
tad Floor
straight EL 4-5414. TV's
Top secret-Watch for the Shamrock when it opens.It's the most. REGISTRATION JUNE 11th

Last week we promised to give the gals a list of bachelors..: Now I
we are not going to attempt to classify them as to who is the most Easy Terms

eligible George We"Whip"will give Lowery the names- EL and 5-0231 the rest is up to you gals. U. S.. ROYAL TIRE SALE II Trade-Ins Accepted CLASSES BEGIN JUNE 12th

Alvin James EL 50321. Late Registration June-12th
Russell Gregory EL 4-3473. '. U.S' ROYAL Air Ride Call -
Charles Wise the' ......, w.,W-fe....
EUNICE LOCKETTPO Commencement August 4th
George Washington EL 4-8367 ".s' U. S.1 Royal quality tire
Johnnie Stewart -
S1565 S1940
Wilbur Gibson EL 5-9168. :
Sol Revis EL 4-5201.
Size 6.7015 Size 6.70/15.
Alphonso and William Weathersbee EL 6-4494.

These are just a few of the boys.We did not try to evaluate them. .SIZE.../11 PRICE$1US1.: SIZE. PRICE$11.zs

In the group government employees policemen, teachers and 'I./Ii U./Ii I IUS U.1i 1.1./15'I./Ii I ZUO J.tO '
don't forget the ."/ It.2t 7./15 23.75s.w15 RANGE
Just plain playboys. For.some who want other types :ZU.IS 21.15 GAS
perennial bachelors such as 'Joe ffigdon, Al Joyner, Doc McIntosh, i All prices plus till
Major Bryant P. J. Williams, Elmore Davis and John "B.B" Pickens. and your recappable tire onLLiiFlorence
and the worldly
These fellows constitute a more mature group are
type. Watch next week and there will be more. Oh, yes, last but not .u..es
least yours truly Jay Jay is unencumbered if you can afford to U.S' Royal 8
support me and my very very expensive taste and luxurious ways. the hre, selected Gas
So long. see you next week and don't forget to vote and think. Easiest Credit for fiaest new 1956 cars
First Montgomery next Delray Beach. then Tallahassee. It could
happen here so let's register to vote and also join the NAACP Terms In Town S1TUj451S2iS95Size

immediately. .
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'I./IS$IU5 r-US r-US $!S.9S
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BASEBALL FANS .OO/Ii 26.1. .3U5 29.60 Ji2S 24 .MONTHS TO PAY"Buy
Labor and Material '.%e/15 Z'l.e 33.30 30.1' 3'l.6O

All prices phis tax
Special $12.95 i a.d. your recappable tire

at Duval, Pay at Duval"

JUAN PIZARROStrikeOut CRISWELL TIRE CO.. 20 Models To Choose From

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: The Charlotte Hornets Extension of Certificates Certification Meetingthe And DELIVERYWith

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College Credit Each Rane Sold

June 11th, 12th, 13th and 14th


Jacksonville, FloridaOilers Priced $13995HIGHEST

the following Come Approve *y **. .State TRADE-IN From
Department of '"wetioltPenoael

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ROYAL GROWN COLA Othrer Courses Will bo Offered if IS or moro Pc".s Request them. .
All Courses Listed in the Roomier Cat*to* are Approved
:1 1235 San Marco Boulevard, J By the state Deportment Duval Appliance Co.CORNER

A ROYAL DRINK ,Classes Begin Monday, June 11, 1956 .

For Fmrthff Information Contact STATE AND PEARL PHONE
TRY IT! EL 6-2493
TELEPHONE FL 94488 Dean-Registrar # Open 'til 9:00 p.m. Mondpy and Friday Nights

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