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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 16, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00278

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 16, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00278

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plaintiffs in the suit are) By 30 TeachersTALLAHASSEE

the parents of six Negro children. .a
Attorneys are Thurgood Marshall, -The Florida Par '. y '

for the don Board changed the sentenceof
Chief Counsel NAACP: ,
A made
report public by the "Florida Star"almost
Fred Kinnie, alias.Fred Watts,
and two Miami Negro attorneysG. i
a year ago that credits were being bought by persons seek-
E. Graves and Edwin L. Davis. from death to life imprisonment
ing to obtain teacher's certificates was confirmed this week.
after being told that Duval County C
The suit contends that the Dade Dr. J. T. Kelley, director of .
'yd.
aY' k
deputies beat him in effortto I A w.J
an
County School Board has failed to education of the Department of

act in accordance with the Supreme get confession from him. Education said a hearing has been MIAMI YOUTHIN '
Kinnie was convicted of the ..N'n
Court decision to proceed called for 2 p. m. June 19 at which

toward integration "with all deliberate pistol slaying of Willie Fudge.Fudge's .. time evidence collected in an investigation BUS ROW
widow and his fatherinlaw
speed. I. that started' back in
were reported have beenin
It asked the court to enjoin the 1954 will be presented to the
a conspiracy to have Fudge
school board from enforcing state State Board of Education in which IS SUSPENDEDMiami 'G.
killed for his insurance.
segregation' laws on the grounds 30 colored women public school
Attorney Ernest Jackson of
they are unconstitutional It also teachers face revocation of their
.
Jacksonville said Kinnie told him A 19-year-old Negro
asks the Board quote "To certificates for buying credits at
he was taken to a eemetary on youth drew a suspended sen'tencelast
promptly present a plan of desegregation the Florida Normal and Industrial -
Edgewood Avenue and beaten. Thursday his conviction
upon .
XO a. hf
which
to this court Institute at St. Augustine.Dr.
He said Kinnie refused to sign a for breach of the peace by re-
will expiditiously desegregate the Kelley assisted by B, J.
confession at that time, but did fusing to move to ,the rear of a
schools in Dade County Owen an assistant attorney general -I 1SV
tour, later, which bus. {OF:
sign one : days i ito :
said the investigation had 2
the attorney said was identical to And attorneys for..Rudolph Reid;

a statement made by Fudge'swidow. be conducted as secretly as recent high school graduate said 4 ( r :
Pete SeeksEipal possible so as not to flush any of (
SI. .
the question of bus segregation in ", "

Fudge's widow was acquitted ofa the suspects in the credit buying Miami will be tossed into Federal ; 4A t %kii ; v'. /,;""''j" t., i'c4

murder and the father- -
charge deal.The Court. ..
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Sealing credits, he said, were soldby' d'. y'
in-law has not been brought to Reid was fined $50 and costs or

Frank Wilson, registrar, who __ _.. _
trial 24 in
immediately dismissed and is days jail by Municipal Judge '.T. T.T --
was
St. Petersburg The Rev. Attorney Jackson said there was facing charges in St. Johns Coun- Francis Sobieski who suspended CLOSE SUCCESSFUL SESSIONS Members of the Florida Medical Dental and Pharmaceutical

Enoch D. Davis, leader of Negro no ballistics report in the case and Circuit Court. The discoverywas sentence from day to day for two Associations which held its annual conference here this week are seen in the top photo.
ty .
Citizens Co-Operative Committee, that Kinnie was not informed as made by Dr. R. W. Puryear. years. and said he hoped this Belaw are members of the Ladies Auxiliary who tendered a lawn party at the-"Aiocdal.Tome bf':

has requested a meeting with City to his legal right and that he was of the institute.Dr. would be the first and last incident Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith. From left are Mrs. R. W. Gray. Mrs. N. W. V. Spaulding. Mrs. L E.

Council to discuss equal seating of, brought into the case when an president. notified Dr. Kelley involving bus segregation because Williams. Local President: Mrs. B. IL Smith Orlando. F1&. State President; Mrs. T. M. Christopher. .

all races on city owned buses. appeal notice expired in the Flor- Puryear and supplied all such incidents lead to "tur- Secretary. and Mrs. J. E. Bush. (A full page of lawn party pictures will appear next week.) i i
immediately
The minister said the meetingis ida Supreme Court which wrote moiL".
available records and personnel
the Duval County court suggest- "We to file suit in
the
being sought to avert possibility are going

6f a bus boycott similar to ing that counsel be employed for needed The credits in the probe.permitted the students Federal Court to eliminate segre- Doctor Asks ForIew Billy Daniels CHIPS 'OFF ;

those in Tallahassee and Mont Kinnie )Jo- pursue his appeal. gation on Miami buses," said G. E.
and be eligibleto I
to graduate THE BLOCKS
The Parole Commission recommended Graves, attorney for Reid. "You \
gomery. receive teacher certificates and ..
The Councilmen wrote the min- a life sentence. were sold during the spring and can expect it in the near future. Libel Trial Is Freed In t

ister asking him' to. draft a specific summer of 1954. Several of the The case of Mrs. Bessie Kerbo BY JAY JAY "

statement on what he wantsto CIVIL RIGHTS teachers are employed in the Dud 50, who was also arrested on a Ii Tallahassee Dr. Von D. Mi- ShootingCase Social life in Jacksonville reached .

discuss with the Board. school system. similar charge was scheduled to zell has asked Leon County Circuit its zenith this week. The social:

City Manager Ross K.!: Windonhas The teachers who face the loss. be heard in City. Court on Friday.' Court for a new trial of a elites would-be-elites were"elites!!

said a policy of segregation BILL TO GET of their certificates have been 1 libel, suit brought against him bya New York Billy Daniels, a think-ther-aze-elite and tUjTths::

will be maintained on city buses notified to attend the hearing. state legislator.A cleared others had a field! day. The recent

although the city has no,ordinance SOME ACTION Fernandiia Man singer-was of-charges re- meeting of the Florida Medical.,;!
ry'on May 31 ordered Dr. sulting from a Harlem night club
covering bus seating.The city will Dental and Pharmaceutical j
SoJ
Mizell, chairman of the Broward shooting.
enforce the segregation of buses daiion afforded a much needed
Man Held County Negro Voters League, to ;
Young Held In Death
Judge Schurman said the district -
undercurrent state laws it says. Washington- The House Rule outlet for Jaxons. ;
Rep. Prentice Pruitt, Mon-
I pay
attorney's office did not show
headed Howard There
Committee by were garden parties
Smith D-Va.) upset in an effort ticello $15,000. Pruitt; had asked Daniels had a gun and he dismissed smokers stags beach outings 'for-
School Board Moves was In Woman's Death Fernandina Beach James $500,000 on grounds a telegramsent the indictment. ,
to stall on the Civil Rights mats and every conceivable type--
Holliday was.arrested by Deputy him by Mizell in protest to
To Dismiss' TeacherThe Bill presented by President Eisen- Schurman said the key. wit- of affair. On Wednesday the lovely
Sheriff Hughes and Police Officer proposed segregation legislation
hower. A vote of 6 to 4 calls for Uljssts Bryant 20, 2101 Caljon Bullman .following the death of damaged him professionally and ness against Daniels, Ramona garden of Mrs. Smith's "AV n'::

DuvaJ County Board of action next Thursday, June 21. St. was arrested Sunday in the Mrs. Charlotte Gladdis at a local socially. Davis,sister of Sammy Davis Jr. dale" on Davis St. was the setting

Public Instruction found Willie The measure has been stalled because knife slaying of Mary Johnson from gave "four different versions" of of a Garden Party given, by the--
hospital a severe beating.
LeRoy Harley a teacher of the Adam Clayton Powell, N. 2101 Caljon St. on Old St Augus- The alleged beating took place In his motion for that'the a new trial the shooting to the grand jury. Ladies Auxiliary. According-to
Mizell contended court
Isaiah Blocker School, guilty of a Y. Congressman threatened to at- tine Road early Wednesday. Sunday and an autopsy disclosedthat Daniels was accused of shooting the "boss" it
morals charge and took action for tach an amendment into it to Deputies A. T. Humphries W. O. her death was probably duet erred when it struck from his defense James Jackson, a fight trainer, affair. It made one proud to see

his dismissal from the school sys- deny all aid to states that defy the Mattox and George Walker con- a stomach wound officers said. a contention the telegram but Jackson testified he was Mesdames Daisy Duncan, Red
PrUitt of the Com-
bill 'in its entirety ducted an investigation of the Officers also said the woman suf- accusing aiding wounded by.an unidentified. person mond,S. P. Livingston, A. J. WH4

tem.Harley is scheduled to be arraigned The bill is based upon complete slaying which took place about 3 fered severe bruises about the munist cause was a privileged hams A. W. Smith and other doc-
communication. He said Pruitt I
in Criminal Court on integration of all schools that receive a. m. Wednesday. Bryant had a arms.and face.Holliday tors' wives. as they prepared tJ J

June 26 on charges of indecent Government aid in its'oper- badly infected knife wound of the according to reports should have been .required .to entertain the out-of-town visitors:

exposure and reckless driving ation. Chairman Smith says. -n s- )left arm when he was taken into first admitted he beat the woman prove malice. I authorize abolition of the public Garden parties are a lost.form of

brought by Patrolman Miller. was none of my doing." .custody a jail employe said. but later retracted the statement. The to wire protested legislation Pruitt'splans school system to circumvent integration. real classy entertaining-which has

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/J: ERIC O. SIMPSON '
h' ,*..... .by Tfc* FlorU.Star Ieblhklp Co.' ,;;' :\ 'i ;
For all of those who did not register to vote in the last demo-

.".,J M.illiy Address: ,.., '.- > cratic primaries and as such deprived themselves of exercising their .
'
P. O. lox 561, J. ko.viH. 1, FUrU, rights as citizens, the books are open again. iii

42) .f..... 5trMt4 JcekMBvilto, FUrUa MMMM ELgia 43773BIG i They openedon
June 4 and I each of the quintet we wonder

-0. SIMPSON.. ___...... ..,..'_""-'.. M.a.9l.g' Editor will remain I what advice some of them could
C.:................ _., _...s. ....: Newt'Shdf until October -
open :give to a nominated dog-catcher

. Member of Associated Negro Press 6. But i One of the great faults with
don't do the Jacksonville is that too many

SUISCIUPTION'I ns same thing you half-intelligent, half-trained people
0. Y..r, $SM; H.tf YMT,. $3.00"n.. MM!... $1.10 did earlier this I, elect themselves leaders and
MciUJ T. Y.., Aywn !. rto U-H. StatM. ,
Sebtcrbtio.. Tcytbla la Advmtt. Sw4 Checks or Meaty Orders T.: year keep wrangle themselves into positionswith
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 ,JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA putting it off which they are not equippedto
until the booksare cope.

THE FLORIDA STAR: STANDS FOR closed. We trust that Mr. Ish Brant will
1. Negro Firemen. 1 E1vt I Simpson B B" Politics is not be doped into believing some

2. More N gro'Po11ce Officers. somewhat quieton of the politicians who will declare
the local front in the
except that they were responsible forgiving
3. Squad Care for the Negro Police.
4. More and Better Schools,and Speeding: Up of theBuilding Jackson-Lucas camp where thereis him the Negro vote. More
still some concern as to whe- important that he will not listento
Program.Unman .
s ther the write-in candidate
new pseudo intellectuals and misfits
Boree ean upset Ernest Jackson, who want to be kingpins in every
local Negro attorney who won the set-up.

:Rights Is Issue nomination for' the Justice of the The sheriffs office will also be
Peace office of the Second District visited by "political leaders" who

over,:Miss Sarah:'Bryan. will want to name their own dep-

There is some activity .in the uty sheriffs and obtain other pa

Senator Herbert H. Lehman of New York who was recently Boree'camp too. Someoqe called tronage, but we believe> Mr. Cahill
last week to invite us to a meet
knows what's wha' as far as the
presented the Philip Murray 'Award of the NAACP
ing of Boree supporters which Negro vote went
Legal Defense and Educational Fund had a few significant was held at his,auto shop in the

word to say during'the dinner..commemorating the Supreme white section.

Court's 1554,decision outlawing segregated public schools.In Word has reached us that thereis VeteransCorner

a group-the so-called "big
accepting the award Sen. Lehman asserted that "in
five"-which has pretension of
this year of 1956, whether some like it or not, or whether acting as an advisory committeeto

some wish it or not, the question of equal rights and of the PREACH" nominated officials. Here authoritative
I "SHOWING THE WORLD, WE WILL PRACTICE WHAT WE I are answers
abolition legally sanctioned 'second'class citizenship based i Knowing the backgrounds of from the Veterans Administration

on race or color is the great issue which/dominates all others." i to four questions of interest to

LIBRA involved in the days and years former servicemen and their families
The senator struck out at what he termed Ma'regrettable
Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 that lie ahead. Although the accent :
tendency" on the pal t of some. persons "including the top Your Weekly You could miss the opportunityof is on recreation or other Q. It was near the end of my

leadership of our government" to "consider themselves as a lifetime if you do not move pleasurable doings, those who grace period before I could pay

neutralists in the cold war over civil rights. GuideWHICH around in your circles and acceptthe have to stick close to the job or my last GI insurance premium to
Horoscope to meet and business should also find this VA.But I forgot to sign my check.
opportunities
He described the "cold war" as "not a battle between two interesting people. Devote new your- period fairly profitable. Should By. the time another check reach

equal and opposite forces in our country" but as. "a struggle ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR self to the financial aspects of you find responsibilities weighingyou es VA my grace period will have
against oppression." down or other conditionsthat expired. Am I out of luck? Has
andsee to it
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL your daily pursuits,
are in any way costly or upsetting my insurance lapsed?
that more comes in than.goes out
"I identify myself with the victims of oppression and with, By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES you will find many A. No. So long as you have sufficient
while there are so many uncer-
the of the law he declared. that extremist
upholders "Is an
,
1 tainties. The wisdom of conservation friends ready and willing to lenda funds in your bank to
position? I do not think so. < of monetary as well as other hand (20th-21st). The 22nd cover''Lhe check, VA will not con

and the pooling of ideas bring brings new hope. sider your policy to have lapsed.
The lawmaker called it "vitally important" ,that ."the resources is stressed, so draw up
struggle for justice be carried on." Born March 21 thru April 19 benefits. your plans with this firmly in 8- -88-13.- 8017PISCES Instead, VA will notify you of
Romance may be" in the air for 520331272606CANCER mind. your error, and will give you 31
He declared that "an understanding of complexity of those who are unattached but it days from the date of notificationto
2-50-77 63-14-898
the (civil rights) problem does not require that we'postponefor can create rather strange and dif- Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 send in another check, payingall

even a moment any single thing-than can and must be ficult situations for those who Born June 22 thru July 22 The events that transpire on premiums through the current

done to speed its solution." adopt its unconventional aspects. You not only find the ease'and SCORPIO these days could offer short cuts month.
I The 21st is the ideal day to chooseas contentment you 'prefer around Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 to the economic freedom or security .
In presenting Sen. Lehman with the Philip Murray
AwardjLDr. Tobias declared that""in serving the cause of'the I! the right date for weddings; the home territory, but also the Although the emphasis is on you seek. Apply your psychic Q. A couple of years ago I
second honeymoons and of chance to confidentialdeal privacy, relaxation, and meditation if of those house with GI loan.
any put over a powers, you are one bought _a a
Negro in the halls of Congress and the public forum, he
8", served also'the'causero*'all America." the pursuits in which two or more that can mean quite a sum of there are signs that"you can blessed with them to peer into The Ccuniy has notified me thatit
share. Defer to the wishes of your money to you, provided you are further your career, business or the dark chambers of the futureas is condemning my property because
companion concerning mutual in the mood to buy, esll or dabblein economic interests through dis- this would enable you to become it wants to build a highway

economic interests, especially real estate. The opportunitieswill creet or behind the scenes 'activi surer-footed in your quest I across my land. Will I be able to

when you are inclined toward ex- be there, and it may simplybe ties. You may feel inclined to for the way of life you would pre- have my GI loan rights restored

The IDa In Our Midst. travagance and daring ways./The up to you to dig them out and take more direct personal actionto fer when you are dealing with so that I can buy another home

risks you may be tempted to take make the most of them. The more hasten things up, but you will officials, employers, or difficult elsewhere else?

regardless of all contrary indica- you apply yourself to your established only risk bringing about the oppo- clients; and give no one reason to A. Under the law a veteran'sGI

tions could bring future develop- duties, and the less you site result if you become too start legal actions or to separateyou loan rights may be restored if

In.less than six months Duval County has seen at least ments and complications which think of speculation, :romance or forceful You will make money from your means of liveli- his property has been taken by a

two meetings of hooded klansmen parading in the open and would not contribute to your other personal pleasures, the less only if you allow circumstances to hood (20th to 22nd). Patience and local Government agency'for pub-

burning crosses. peace of mind. you spend, and the better your develop without interference' on perseverance are needed. lic use.
1 22 15 64 585 become avoiding part, and risk losing out
prospects upsets your you
We do not know the purpose of these meetings; and care
and keen disappointments. if-you let ambition and impulses -
your
less. But we do know of the unsavory history of the Ku Klux
3-40-55-18-58-711 run rampant.
Klan, its platform violence and intimidation. TAURUS
Born April 20 thru May 20 i 9-60-88-19-54-311
The era when the Klan and its renegade element rode Take all precautions againstany i LEO

in the night committing crimes-of lynchings,. house burningsand hasty action if you are not I Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 SAGITTARIUS PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

intimidation is a by-gone day.,The Klan and its activitiesare satisfied with what is offered, especially You no doubt are fully aware of Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
ow outmoded, ineffective and would probably meet with in view of the fact that the element of change in your '
great resistance-today. your chances of getting what you environment, and perhaps even in Let your mate or other confi-

are after seem much brighter. Do yourself due to the dynamic influence .dant set up the social program as v.
In this year of 1956 we are striving to build a united not discount the aid or advice which has reentered your this may expos eyou to the most

nation and working to settle our differences in a peaceful that mate other colleaguecan Sun-sign. Be on the lookout for interesting and revealing experi-
or
.while the entire world looks at We therefore don't your
manner us. of'isitors other in- ences. The people you already
the arrival
furnish it be just or
you, as may E
understand how decent people could condone a group with at home and know, or are meeting for the first
this that add to spiring occurrences r+
through can
the record that the Klan has established parading in hoods you A of time could become more closely
in the vicinity. problem
gain a
earnings or
promo-
and going through a pagan-like ritual of cross burning in our your allied to you in the future, intellectually
tion. The economic stability and rather disturbing proportions
midst. Does this the decent of Florida? We
represent people could be shaken which has to do with the familyor or through matrimony, py
security enjoy
and think should do about it.D&s you circum ?rir" #
think not. we they something to their foundations if you residential status should be according to your present
stances. No matter how disgruntled -
allow a rift to break up a home or tackled as unemotionally as pos
marriage (20th-21st). Let reason sible. Be true to loved ones. or driven you are, act
> only in the noblest tradition and
And Don'ts'TOO guide 430441269321GEMINI your decisions. 6-11-70-18-61-231 shun the methods that smack of

secrecy, deceit, -chicanery that
VIRGO others may propose (20th). Makeno
:! Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
f commitments or decisions that
t.. : Born May' 21 thru June 21 A confidential assignmentshould could rebound to your discredit in
...vor. >'P'fj.: be accepted if it carries
:"i. Whether you are on the high- the days to come.
_3- ways or indulging in less active promises of greater compensationor 6-30-55-18-72-351

19i pleasures avoid people or situations honors to come. These are good I
where there are signs of unknown days to use your mental powers, --

t risks somewhere in the knowledge, experience and wits to CAPRICORNBorn
bbackground.. Continue to be further your ambitions and pecu- Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

guided by your creative urgings, niary interests. Don't underesti- Opportunities to gain prestige.

even when you are engaged in mate the power of inspiration to boost your business and profits
1
your daily routine as there is during these exciting days. Re- or to gain financial backing'
4r something personally rewardingin gardless of inner doubts, loss of should come from several sources

l excelling or surpassing set self-confidence pessimistic -newsor i this week. It would be wise tc

1 J : goals. You should defer to the other handicapping develop- grasp any chances to'meet weal

wishes of your mate, business ments, something should wind up thy or influential people even if 1400 WRHC 1400
partner, or professional coun- on a fulfilling and profitable note. these days are usually devoted tc

J selor, if you are troubled with Build up your family unity on recreational pursuits exclusivelyThe

jJ health, job, labor, or problems in these days. old friends who are seasonedand KEN KNIGHT
[ 7 your daily contacts. Agreements 8-50-66-12-89 454 who have obtained the know-

ledge that only years and experience -
& 4 j GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 can provide are the ones who Presenting

d ___ U.. thfe seat... i .m mn eb.et ,..,.11. Swa 10 cuts (... .!.. are better qualified to advise you, KNIGHT TRAIN
lm cfe) for Melt _. >* '" *r4.r4 by milL\ luchife self cMnssetf. and not those who have unusual
f. r stamp** .*..>.... Writ tai-ly. This .ff.r den set ply t. miata ideas that could cost you plenty 8-9P.M.-12-1 Nightly
.<.f c..4o.
tf the 4 wtal* ((18th-19th). Avoid getting more
i r ASLOG-;; ; I deeply involved in secret and
I
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s.t ird.r June 16, 1956 THE FLORIDA .sTAR. Po9e: Three
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Mrs. Maydonia A. Williams of Washington, D. C. was a recent : ., _. :::.. ?;. : .
guest in F1..Jrida'attending the AME General Conference in Miami ._ ,, ,,.v- : : -
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and the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. D. L Allen of North Myrtle. : ,
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Jaxons will be delighted to learn of the graduation of Emmanuel: i
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Cecil Eaves, son of Rev and Mrs. Charles Cecil Eaves of 1084 'WJ ..-- '.. k. .: ,"
20th Street from the school of Isw of Howard University, Washington .
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Mercedes Potee, Kellam, formerly of this city, and now! E- #
residing in Philadelphia is recovering in her home after a serious| $ 1f" ''
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illness.! Mrs. Kellam has had withal er during her illness her mother It'f:
Mrs. Mabel Potee of 724 W. Church Street. She is the sister of Har- ;

mon Potee. Friends here and elsewhere are still hopeful for her :
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Mrs. L. Hull Brown 1 La Palomas Club I ;

Wins Certification Plans Frappe' .

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Mrs Lenora Hull Brown, well .
The La Palomas Social Savings ,."'.
known former Jaxon, and daughter Club have completed plans for J .>- .
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of S. A. Hull has been certi- their third annual Pineapple'Frappe > ,. .. "
fied for th--- position of teacher or I "* to be held Sunday from I 0"> -- :

elementary kindergarten primary: 4-R p. m. in the Elks auditorium.The -
by the Public School Board of chairman of the program
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Education cf Chicago.Mrs. committee Mrs. Esther L. White '
Bro ':n was the first of 204 and the co-chairman Mrs. -Sara

persons who passed the exams Anderson has secured the servicesof .i .
and because of that she has first Milton Hood Mrs." Dorothy

choice of positions open. It was Bacon Mrs. Wilhelmenia Bald 'k 4s .
learned more than five hundred win E. Mrs. Annice Williams .
Dorsey, :
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persons the examination.Mr.
Mrs. E. M. Young Mrs.
Hull, father of Mrs. Brown Jujia P. Gilmore and others to _
is a veteran real estate dealer, an
participate on the program.
officer in the Ebenezer Methodist Miss Roberta Bacon talented
Church and one of the most forthright -
young pianist, will preside at the
citizens of the city. will .
piano and Mrs. Pearl George
Other relatives of Mrs. Brownin
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serve as mistress of ceremonies.The %
the city includes a sister Mrs. termination of the Miss La
Norma Hull Bland and & brother...
Palomas contest will be one of the
S.. A. Hull Jr. special features of the Trappe at .
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Friends will gratified to q
which time one of the ladies will -
learn of the continued -
progress be crowned. Mrs. Mildred Morganand
.advancement of this enterprising .
Mrs. Leitha Gervin are working
young J axon.Clu .
for these honors.
The various clubs of the city
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affair and the club with the larg- 1( ,,,. ,2iR
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The J. W. Moultrie Club held its prize. .

last meeting in the home of Mrs. Mrs. Rosalie Shannon serves as 9 s
Mozell Jones. After the business president of the group and Mrs.

portion of the meeting of a deli- Etta Williams, public' relations F'mv"I: I
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Circle S. Thursday 7:30 p. m. PLANNING SESSION The photos on this page show members of the Monattentively to a report from Mrs. Dorothy Black __ "<
Plans will be completed for the Stork crief Needlework Club as they gathered to discuss plans for an outing to American In the scene at bottom left another committee composed of Mesdames Cora

Annual Tea. which will be Sunday Beach in July. At top left are Mrs. Cherrie E. Lamb, putting through a call for some Shuman. Audrey Mickens and Rosa Benjamin hear a report from Mrs. C. Folson. I

June 47th at 4 to 6 p. m. in Deliveries vital information as Mesdames Idella May and Carrie Brown wait for her report. Lining up to pay their dues at bottom right are Mrs. Gertrude Nair. Mrs. VictoriaAt
the home of Mrs. Viola Williams. top right Mesdames Lula Ford. Irene Henderson and Alice Jones listen Clark and Mrs. Eula Lee Woods. Checking the book is Mrs. M. C. Monroe.

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Members are asked to be present '

and on time.Wedding. Robert and Mary Hodges 625 Junior Women's ]District! Convention Business Women I I Daisy Duncan MILTON HOOD .

Court G. Boy May 14. IS SILVER COUNTMilton

Bells 'I 1711 Arnold Everson and Court Eva Westmoreland Girl, May 18. Presents Initial Musical Tea Event Meet Sal. P.M.The I Is Narrator For Hood will appear as the

Jimmie and Nellie Branch. 1758E. I I "Silver Count" when he observeshis
Applications for Marriage 26th SL, Girl May 20. Business and Professional MissionProgram
The; Social Committee of the sion. anniversary on June 24 in the
Licenses' Ebbie and Inez Roundtree 1764 Junior Women's District Conven- Among the features will be several Women's Club of the YWCA will. ) i New Stanton High School.

Hiram St., Girl, May 9. tion will sponsor its initial musi- instrumental selections by meet in the home of Mrs. Lillie' b1rs. Daisy Duncan a member Mrs. Geneva Guyton will serve

,Ishmon Johnson 2fil7 Wisteria James and Ruby Thompson, 84 cal tea on Sunday, June 4 from 4to the talented Rholuac Trio and B. Mitchell 1916 Pullman Courton. of the Mt Zion AME Church anda as the "Silver Countess" and Mrs.
St, age 33 and Gwendolyn R. South 9th St, Jax Beach Girl, Saturday beginning at 8 p. m. mistress of
6 p. m. in the educational build- Miss A. Brown. :Mrs. M. K. Gibson retired school teacher will serveas Eliza Perry as ceremonies. -
Bryant 911 W. Main St, Jasper; May 9.Johnnie. The president Mrs. Irma L. Lynch '
ing of the First Baptist Church of an outstanding artist of the city narrator on June 28 in the
Fla. age 29. and Eva Brown Jr.. which the Rev. J. C. Sams is pas will render select readings and will serve as co-hostess to Mrs. Recreation Center for the Broken- The Master Keys, Norfolk Four

Earnest Maultsby, Chicago 12 1432 W. 1st St. Girl. May 9. Mesdames Laura Campbell, Vera Mitchell. borough Mission program.The Singers Gospel Crusaders Heav-
I1L, age 49 and Mercedes Edwards Theodore and Adell Kendrick tor.The group under the leadershipof Watts Louise Dorsey and Joseph Reports will be made from the title of the program is "A enly Fire ,Gospel Singers 'Mt
1557 Davis St. age 35. Jr... 1208 Grunthal St, Boy, May Mrs. Leila White has planned a Johnson will render appropriate recent recital in this meeting.). Political Broadcast Ararat Quintet Meltonia Cobb.
Robt Carter, 1113 Evergreen 11. program of varieties for the occaMrs. individual selections. Commendations are being received Miss Barbara Jean Jones will i Rosalyn Harris. Edna Jackson
Ave, age 24 and Minnie B. Wil- James and Jean Jackson 1239 Serving as mistress of cere- on the presentation of Mrs.), serve as mistress of ceremony and Claudia Jones Alice Burroughs,

burn, 1123 Evergreen Ave.. age 19. Stelle St, Girl, May 12. monies will be Mrs. Willie Mae Verdele Jones and her students of I Miss Zenobia Williams and Mrs. Beverly Colson Alice Myrick

Jos. H. Frazier Jr. 1484 West Sammie ,and Sarah.-Love. 3510 E. Rulledge I Waters and she will be introducedby voice culture in their first recital.i Pearline Davis will be among the Jennie L. Crittendon, Frank"Le-
15th St. age 25 and Mamie R.I Chase Ave. Girl May 12. Mrs. Annie Lee Scott' All of the participants gave a participants.The Gree and Maria Milton will ap-
Thomas 2919 Eaverson St. age 17 Solomon and Leatha Mitchell, wonderful performance with special the
Mesdames Alma Glass Cola is invitedGirl pear on program.
Is Speaker For I public .. ...
Bennie McArthur 1054 LoganSt Sr. 715B Venus and Mars Court I i McCoy, Minnie Thomas, Ethel mention given to Beverly Col- Attorney -Ernest-; Jackson Will
17 and Bertha M.Thomas, who recited "Creation" and
age Boy May 22. Miranda and Mrs. Catherine Mc- son introduce Miss Rosalyn Harris
729 W. Union St, age 15. George and Ella Sanders 802 Resource ConfabMrs. a Kenzie will serVe as hostesses. Carla Williams in her dance ren- Scouts Are Urged who will furnish music for the

Tom Scott 1050. Madison St. Johnson. St. Girl, May 12. Other women playing active dition of a dream dance. To For court.
age 54 and Annie B. Reese, 1137 Alfred and Loreatha Bennett, roles will be Mesdames Jerdean Others participating were De- i Register CampAll

W. 12th St, age 62. 1810 George 'St, Atlantic Beach E. J. Rutledge. Dean of Harris Naomi Martin, Arie Norton loris Pearson Jacqueline Hill, BLONDIE'S
Geo. Kithens, 426 Carolina St. Boy, May 22. Girls, at Isaiah Blocker Junior I Lavonia Graham, Mary Carolyn Brown Betty Jean Mc- Girl Scouts are urged to ,
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age 42 and Margaret Evans AZG Edgar and Julia Hicks, 1227 High School will serve as the-ra. Young and Mattie Morgan. Millan. Deborah Jenkins,,Johnetta register for the day camp at the For Hair StylingTo

Carolina St, age 39. Powhattan St. May 13. source speaker for' the Southern and Sandra Jones and Chauncey' office, 314 Market Street. Suit Any Occasion-:
Titus Vandergriff, 9ii Clay SU J. B. and Josephine Byrts 71 Sectional Y-T e e n Conference MitchelL The first session will open June

age 48 and Mamie L. King, 915 Magnolia St. Boy May 25. which opens at Boylan-Haven Mildred ThompsonWins The students of Mrs. Marguerite.. 18 and continue through June 22. Very Reasonable Rates
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Clay SV age 41. Clarence and Minnie Thomas June 15th. Art Scholarship Starkes. Physical Education Director ; The second session will begin
Johnny R. Carter, 1150 W. 27th 1334 E. 32nd St, Boy May 18. Mrs. Rutledge brings to the con- of' Moncrief Elementary June 25 and continue through 1137 W. Church Street

St, age 22 and Charlotte M. Gail, Lewis and Ruthie Key, Route ference a broa background of I Miss Mildred Jean Thompson, School were seen in a dance silhouette July 29. Give Ut a Trial

1707 Powhatten St, age 20. 1, Box 305 Boy, May 18. experience in YMCA work as a!. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. W. while the entire cast sang.))
Chas. A. Williams 2502 Mon- Robert and Ruth Denson, 1408: volunteer. This fact coupled with Thompson, received a scholarshipat A reception was given for the' PATRONIZE Phone EL 39529For

crief, .age 21, and Doris Dixon. Prince St, Girl May 15. her professional accomplishments the Skowhegan School of group on Friday in the home ol'1, Florida StarAdvertisers Appointment
2811 Venus SW age 19. James and Lillie Stafford 1466 I in the field of teaching and guid- Painting and Scultpure for thesummer Mrs=-Jones by the dub TINY MAE THOMAS, Prop.

Willie H. Bryant.-3824 Pierce Florida Ave. Boy, May 23. ance are some of the qualifications session in the state of I
St, age 18.and.Eleaner L. Smith Earnest and Gracie Davis, Rt. of the speaker. For a number Mame. j
1290 W. 29th St, age 15.. 1. Box Atlantic Beach Boy,,. of years she has been actively Paintings by Miss Thompsonhave I Miss Frances Dennard
May 17.Joe associated- with the- Child- Guidance been exhibited at Howard Featured In RecitalA You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

and Ida Jordan 376 Chelsea Clinic, Mental Hygiene Society University where she is a senior

GETTM6UPNI6HTSSSSS St,. Boy, May 18.. of Northeast Florida, the .and in the city of Washington D musical recital will be spon- PRICESOn
11 worsted Zre4d&Wsakaee OOsII Lawrence and Henrietta May, Jacksonville Urban League and ic. sored by Choir 2 of the Ebenezer LOW

IDe! fjpts U.y'rte ) ==.. thtMl Route 7, Box 79A Boy May 18." the Jacksonville Branch YWCA, I Several paintings are being ex- Methodist Church on'July 15 dur-
[dM't' aM SLdlee 1m- Jordan and Theirless Copeland She received her degree from the hibited in the Gallery of Art at ing the evening service. Your
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Jr. 1622 Payne St, Boy, May 20. University of Pittsburgh.The Howard University at present. The program will feature Miss
HSSMTfjrss D'L.f yOSSIE Jason and Anne Barr, 1334 theme for the conference Students at Stanton Senior Frances Dennard as soloist and /
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1&11&* Kae r s t Cleveland St. Girl, 'May 26. from which Mrs. Rutledge will JIigh School viewed paintings of Miss Joanne Wilson as pianist DRUG STORE

Arbie and Mary Clark Jr. 1457 speak will beTeens Accepting Miss Thompson. at an exhibitionin Miss Dennard is a student at

W. 45th St. Girl May 25. Responsibilities In the Home, In the entrance lobby Wednesdayand Florida A and M University anda Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
COATS Larry A and Gloria Washington the Community. and In the Thursday during the Alumni voice major and also an out-

1057 Jefferson St, Girl, May World._ Day celebration.Miss standing soloist with the Univer- Prices AdvertisedIn
The morning sessions at 9:30 a. attended Boy- We Will Meet Any
Ckirfer IMS Lite 25. Thompson sity choir.
Frederick and Kathryn Sykes m. will begin with the talks fol- lan-Haven School and enrolled in Miss Wilson will complete her Your Local 'Papers

Let the OSSIE CHARTER BUSES 1635 W. 22nd St, Girl. May 25. lowed by open discussion.Guid- the School of Art at Howard. following work at the University as a music
Take Yo. for Yow Bwfc Oetia James and Lula Strickland, 1825 ance counselors, parents are invited graduation. She is a mem- major.
W* H... Low Sooctel Ilatlll g mt for E. 22nd St, Boy, May 23. to attend these morning sessions ber of the Bethel Baptist Church.i WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY -
GaIC...... Schoott, Clubs Jake and Fannie Johnson, 913 .In'the auditorium at Boylan-

O".barioaloPhone W. 19th St.Girl, Oct 11. Haven School. GUARANTEED CALLS 1302 ,KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE

EL 6-8245 Carl and Marian .Andrews, Jr, Mrs. Edith Carter principal at For Best Buys SERVICE $$3.. PHONES EL 3-557-18

1543 West Bearer Street 209 W. 6th St. Boy, April 7. Boylan-Haven with her-staff have READ. We Deliver Wo Alt9 Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions
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Duval and Adaline McGriff been consulting with the local "Florida Star" Greater Semcfog Jacksonville PAY YOUR WATER AND TELEPHONE :
BARBARA ADKIN Route J47, Box 239"St Augustine Branch YWCA personnel to help The Are. LIGHT! .

Seeratcry Road Boy April 11. make the conference an enrich- Shopping Guide BILLS AT OUR STORE .
RAYMOND TAYLOR 259 Os- for the conference EL 3-4366 I
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Pae Fear THE FLORIDA STA Satarday. June 16, 1956



I Independent Assn. Holds Grand Lodge Meet I




Sees Will Be Held At Abyssinia I Ladies Auxiliary Of AME Laymen Discuss Church Affairs I
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The Grand Lodge Sessions of the Independent Benevolent Association -

of America will convene in the Abyssinia Baptist Church, q raap

June 120-22. I1:4peD :

Mrs.Eliza Perry, program chairman .

has announced the opening

program for Wednesday night in Central.Baptist 1a.$, r n a iewv -- ,_- $- '
the auditorium of the church.

Ernest D. Jackson. AttorneyatLaw Sets Men's DayThe

will be the principal speakerand v '. -S ,
the Rev. C. L Culver, president -
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will preside. Rev. Richard McKinney 4) aineNC
Randall will deliver the morning ___ I
The Mt..Ararat Quintet Choir 1 _
'of the Abyssinia Baptist Church message for Men's Day in the I'
Central Baptist Church on June .
and the Celestial Spiritual Singers R
24, as announced by Jonas Law.. a
will participate on the program. ; r
rence Jr. 'general chairman andE.
The Rev. S. L. Badger, pastorof .
p. Dorsey, cochairman.The .
the Emanuel Baptist Church
Rev. H. L. Patterson pastor
and the Rev. Hill Norris Jr., of
of the African Baptist Church oLive
the St. Matthew Baptist Church ,
Oak, Fla, will be the speak _, 6' ?
will speak during the three day erat7p.m. Y not 'h w a. ,
session.
Special groups to render music
for this occasion will be the male I s.yYa > a

I choruses of the Mt. Sinai Baptistand I !iipffffPP"IT| I'l11' i \\m f mill'"K'i! ;<-y..r I,>'1'1 I'1"' <. Mlilli .:.i &2 1\. .. -t,
Communioi Riles the St. Paul AME
Churches CHURCHWOMEN IN SESSION -In the two scenes above are seen'members over minutes of the meeting with Layman Felix White as Mrs. W. Jenkins. Mrs. Rosa
E. D. Nottingham of Orlando of the Ladies Auxiliary to the AME Laymen's League, which is one of the groups Curtis. Mrs. Katie Allen*and Mrs. Mary Roberts look on.

Al First Coriith will preach his trial sermon in an that plays an important role in the support and progress of the church. In the second photo are Mrs. W. M. Fort. Mrs. M. Gundy and Mrs. L. M. Sim- I
after service June 17
Sunday,
on In a recent meeting held in the home of Mrs. Rosa B. Curtis, prominent church mons. seated: Mrs. Willie Mae Hart. Mr J. R. Simmons and Mrs M. Waldon. standing.
at 830 Choir 1 under the
; p. m. woman at 1171 West 12th Street are seen in the first photo Mrs. Ruth Watson going FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
Holy Communion will be -administered -!direction of Mrs. Ada V. Norton

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The Baptist minister Church, the on Rev.Sunday W.: L.night.Jones minister The jRev.of the R. Leander church.AUXILIARY Jones is Ypsilanti Shower Will Feature Elder K. WhiteCoiducts (Honorary Service For Mr. W. Walker

will deliver the message. I

Choirs 1 and 3 and usher boards BOARD'TO Editor As The Principal Speaker Confab Slated At Grant! Memorial l On SundayI

1, 2, and 3 will render service PRESENT TEA
throughout the day. I
What is expected to be something unique in 'the of Sunday
way
Other services slated for the day Piesiding Elder K. D. White service for Willie
Auxiliary Board 2 of the Mt. r afternoon events will take place on June 17, when the Ypsilanti Zion Hope Groups
will be the usual Sunday School will conduct the third quarterly Walker will be held on Sunday at
Moriah AME Church will presenta Social Club sponsors its Miscellaneous Shower for the benefit of
beginning at 9:30 a. m, followed conference in the Mt. Olive 9:20 a. m. in the Grant Memorial
"Rainbow Tea" Sunday in the Mt. Ararat Sanatorium..
Set
the Church on',Sunday. AME Church. Friendly TeaA
by morning WOrshIp beginning -
home of Mrs. Marie Williams,I Eric O. Simpson, Managing
promtply at 11:15 a. Presiding Elder White will deliver .
m. The Sunday School departmentplan
1617 Steele Street. Editor of the "Florida Star" will z x. .
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The BTU hour begins at 5:30p. L. D. Mungin, a member of the make one of his rare appearancesas the morning 'and evening to show appreciation to Mr. "Friendly Tea" sponsored by
m. Robert Green, president of messages and Choir 1 will furnish Walker for the splendid servicehe
Day' Spring Baptist Church will principal speaker to deliver a Districts 2 and 25 and the Senior
the union has arranged a programfor deliver the main address message of vital importance to the music. .has rendered the school for so Home Missions of the Zion Hope

this time.Districts Other talented persons will also citizens of Jacksonville. Usher Board 2 will observe its many years.A Baptist Church will be given on

1 and 2 will sponsor a appear on the program. Simpson will speak on the need anniversary Monday at 8 p. m. in program honoring fathers Sunday, June 17 in the home of

spiritual tea June 24 from 4 to The public is invited. for unity and point out way thru the church auditorium. A program will also be given with Mr. Wal- Rev. and Mrs. E. Simpson, 829

6p.m which the Negro people can will be presented featuring musical ker serving as master of cere- W. 17th Street from 3:30 to 5:30

r BAPTIST MINISTERSTO achieve progress through cooperative and literary numbers.The monies. p.
movement. stewardess boards will m.Mrs.. M. K. Gibson, district
Mrs. Richardson, program chairman pres-
St. Philips Group MEET MONDAYThe The event will be held* in the sponsor a trip to American Beachon has arranged .a program of ident of the Junior Women's Mission -

Dining Hall of the ML Ararat June 25. varying numbers for this occasion. East .Florida and Bethany
Baptist Ministers Brother- Sanatarium from 4 to 6 p. mMrs. sat"$ +ky The Rev. A. A. Redfield minis- Mrs. Janie Cannon will have Baptist Association will deliverthe
Observes fyeii hood of Duval and adjacent Counties Ernestine Cox is presidentof ter of the church has announcedthe charge of the flowers and Mrs. address for this occasion.

will meet Monday, June 18 in the Ypsilanti Club and Mrs. new budgets will be submit- A.M.. McIntosh will see that every Also participating on the pro-

Mrs. W. L. Stewart President the Bethel Baptist Church the Arlene Fenton is Chairman of the ted in January and also an official father is given a gift who is pres- gram will be several talented per

of the Daughters of the King of Rev.Robert Wilson pastor. .sponsoring committee. Other ; i4 '4 board meeting scheduled for ent. sons in the city.

St Philips Church, will head the The Sunday School lesson wile i members include Mrs.. Emma spa Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. The complete program will be
> previewed by appointment of Plans are being completed for
< celebration activities for the 44th Stukes Mrs. Catherine Reed, Mrs. announced later.HIGHSMITH'S.
the president and the order of the .. the annual youth day observance
anniversary to be observed Sun- Ella Hutchinson Mrs. Alice Bel- E vz .44 .
day at 11 a. m. day will be given by Rev. Mercer. lamy, Mrs. Frankye Garnett and scheduled for July 8. The Flower" Learn Commercial Art
m The Rev. H. IL Robinson is Mrs. Lolita Coleman.Dayspring Club will also observe its anniversary Start Anytime TV
The sermon will delivered,
president and Rev. G. W.,, Milleris Eric O. Simpson at this time. j G. I. APPROVED Calls $3.00
for this occasion, by a visiting ,
AMERICAN
reporter. To Speak on Unity
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No Extra for
Priest and Communion service Charge Nights
SCHOOL OF ART Records Prove Over 95%
'will be observed. Church

Following the service a fellowship Jax Fathers Due Rev. E. M.' Hurley Dr. J. C. Downing I. Moved To New Location II Phone of Repairs EL Made 3-5234 in Homes
hour will be held to which 106 EAST BAY STREET I

vited.all 'members' and friends are inI' Honors Sunday"Fathers" Slates Men's Day Installs Officers Heads Men's Day tad Floor Guara.teed. Work

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The Rev. T. V. Harris is Rectorof Fathers! Day will be observed In Wesleyan GuildThe At ML Zion AME -

; the will be honored on throughout Sunday in the DaySpring RITZ THEATREFriday

Church.ReiWof Sunday by District 3 of the Second Baptist Church with the Rev. E. M. Hurley, ministerof

(/ Baptist Church at 3 p. m. at pastor, the Rev. C. A. Weaverde- the Ebenezer Methodist Church Formulating plans for the annual and Saturday June 1516WILD

988 W. Union StreetA livering both major sermons. installed officers of the Wesleyan Men's Day program slated BltL ELLIOTT"WACO"

program will be rendered Congregational singing and special Service; Guild on Sunday evening.The for June 24 in the Mt Zion AME

PAIN with Mrs. Lucile- Scott serving as music by the senior choirs officers are Mrs. Maude Church is Dr J. C. Downing gen- and -
mistress of ceremonies. Lee Bry- will be another feature of theervices. Higdon, president; Miss Edith C. eral chairman, Dennis T. Stewart .
"MONSTER FROM THE OCEAN .FLOOR"Sunday
ant will deliver the main address Boyd, vice president; Mrs. FrancesT. and Harold Glass, assistants and

: tee PAINt .. MtAOAOO. MCUftAU and other numbers will come The contest between District 8and Johnson, recording secretary; Attorney Robert W, Gray, program and Monday June 17 18
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ItTaor aiA.NEURITIS OWOCK8.with 9TANBACK tTANBACK TA.ie- from Mrs. Laurette Blount, Miss 1 will terminate Sunday in Mrs. S. Eloise Brooks, treasurer; committee chairman.

I Nt ... i.endi..t ._....... eTA d. W. Pinkney, Mrs. Daisy Reaves the church. Miss G. Leona Styles, secretary of Ernest D. Jackson, counsellor at JOHN WAYNE
;.' BACK e..*i.e *ev.r4 tnedteaHy _fev.* "SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS"
pate rfc-* iMo one eey to take .... Miss Annie Albertie, Silas McKinney District 26 will sponsor a musical promotion and Miss Lucille Hol- law and recently nominated Justice -
l The ...... .ffMtivMMM of tfceeeMULTMH Mrs- Marie Hart Miss tea :June 24 in the home of mes, coordinator; Miss Nola Smee, of the Peace in the Demo- andIINIGHTMARE- ,
IMnd3MM
Mi.1s fwhr.u.
t ....UU relief eeiim. -.Iet, ...wa.is .. Brenda Albertie and the Rev K. Mrs Anita Hair, 1117 W. Sixth spiritual life cultivation; Miss cratic primaries will deliver the ALLEY"Tuesday
....1 4 a..s+iar..I ... D. Britt. Henry White, Jr. will St at 4 p. m. Following the program Johnnie M. Fisher, Missionary main address at 11 a. m. The Male

Till ftTANtACK, Se W. preside at the piano. the baby contest will termi- Education; "Mrs. Pauline Smith, Chorus and Edward Deas featured Wednesday Thursday June 19-20-21

a A _iMt_ -Any, ate.Church. Christian social relations and local soloist will render the AUDIS MURPHY"COLUMN
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V..... Ewe Trade With r; church activities; Mrs. Thelma music for this occasion. SOUTH"

z W.d III Council Hall, status of women; Mrs. Alma Concluding the day's activitieswill and -
Guide Advertisers
Shopping Douglas, supply work; member- be the presentation of a musi- "TANGANYIKA"for

They Treat You Better Sends DelegationOn ship, Mrs. Merzie Smith; Miss cal program at 7 p. m.

Africa MissionNew Virginia Ogles, literature and Mrs. .
Lillian N. Singleton, publicity.

York The National Usher Board Presents
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team of five experts to :Africa this .

c summer to begin a new literacy Observes AnniversaryThe Henry Samuel will be presentedin

program a recital Sunday at 8:30 p. m.
,. Organizations -- Church Groups The emphasis would be on the Stewardess Board of. the in the Friendship Baptist Church

< < Clubs -. SocialitesANNOUNCING development of African leaders Central CME Church will celebrate Atlantic Beach.
who would in turn teach their their anniversary on Sundayat The recital is presented by the first bug that does NOT die .

fellow Africans how to read. 3 p. m. in the church. usher board 1 and is planned to withRIALKILL
after being sprayed
The hopes of the Council is to The Rev. W. H. Jordan will deliver benefit the board.
establish self perpetuating literacy the anniversary sermon. The public is invited.
; A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor schools operated by the Africans :"

themselves.The '

Banquets Teas -, Parties experts will spend three CHAMPION'S WITH NEW LONO-LAST1NO FORMULA-

E t. Programs All Occasions months in Tanganyika, Kenya,
the Belgian Congo, Ruanda-

Urundi, ,Egypt and the Sudan. -:r- Father's Day Specials Killer Offers $25,000 'rove'RIAlKILL
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PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHTOn Msectidd I
Factory-To-You Prices Americo'e No. l .
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Three Hours Notice NOfN
L.: For EYE GLASSES .REAL-KlLLliUs AlL hovseho weeU I
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Con .r Sea summer weights VALUES TO $7.9S

$3.50. per Group Picture JACK ANDERSON Dress Slacks .. ... ....:.. $3.98

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WORKING PEOPLE fIr Rales,ne{UI 01.9S,
First Quality ."
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GETTING UP NIGHTS Za

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banOnc or ttcainc wlnaUaa) or
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common Kidney and Bladder Irrltatlona.
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I .'Bama Muzzle On :NAACP Called Menace To Freedom I **





Wilkins Calls Alabama Injunction ROY; HAMILTON Wins Champion Scholarship I NAACP DeclaresII **

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A Threat To Civil Liberties In U..S.I FOR TUBERCOLOSISNew '" Jv F G pI'0y. .. 1.\\ II Will !. *


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York-Roy Hamilton is "Be Intimidated"The
o,..NEW YORK The injunction against activities of the National *
confined in a hospital here for an
Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Alabama was
II indefinite period. It was learned *
termed a "menace freedom of protest and assembly" today by board of directors of the
from a close source that he is be-
Roy"Wilkin?, executive secretary of the Association. NAACP decided "would not be *
ing treated for tuberculosis in its
Without any prior notice to the I y intimidated" by an Alabama injunction -
The illness followed
early stage.
NAACP, Circuit Judge Walter B. .I cidentally against the NAACP; pneumonia. I banning it from the state

Jones 'of Montgomery on June 1 "It is common knowledge that Following his recovery he plansto and will fight the ban in the I : IfJaoau I
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issued a restraining order against Negro citizens in Alabama are take a rest in the country and courts and in the arena of public

the Association in response to a denied their constitutional rights then go back to singing. opinion.
request of the Alabama State At- and must submit to humiliatingand t Board Chairman Dr. Channing

torney GeneraL Previously, Louisiana even degrading treatment in H. Tobias announced the board

had taken similar action to their daily lives.the NAACP NAACP representative had applied :.: "T adopted a statement, of policy !

ban the NAACP in that state.The leader asserted. The state is say- on May 31 in Montgomeryfor .:';:':. ;; which "instructs the NAACP attorneys -

Alabama injunction is a ing by this action that it will not the necessary forms upon to take the necessary

serious threat_to civil liberties in permit a Negro civil rights organ- which to register the Associationeven legal steps to obtain a hearing on

America" Mr. Wilkins said "and ization to protest ant work to though, since 1918. no such the merits of the-Alabama injunc- A tip of the Pepsi! Cap to
the attention of all who demanded ; tion at the earliest possible time t be.e outstanding young
requires erase these inequalities even tho registration had been ; ..
bo make our
Americans.
are,' interested in preserving the it proceed as it always has, in an by the State. The very next morn t's: i J.--- with a view to dissolving" thecourt's country and our community

constitutional guarantees of free orderly manner thru the courts, ing June 1, at 9:20: o'clock the restraining order. a better place in w hich I to lire.
dom for all citizens. and without i :. The court order restrains the *
through peaceful assembly, Attorney General previous ..
to to the United States notice of .... ( NAACP from doing business in
The inju.-.stion is a menace according any kind appliedfor .J "
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Alabama on grounds that its actions -
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freedom of ssembly and of pro- Constitution. and secured a temporary order .
test. It.sayj in effect Americansmay "Wt have even been forbiddenby restraining the NAACP from fur- ft ,. .- in the state have been aimedat *

not objoct: in orderly, lawful court order to apply for a ther operations in the State. !l-_ violation of Alabama law. *

and organized fashion to any con- chance to satisfy the legal techni- The Association has until June -...'"... ..... .,,,'t.-.. ':
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ditions deemed by them to be dis- cality which is being used as an 30 to reply and request a hearing r. *
CONGRATULATIONS Mrs. Nora Quarterman. chairman of
criminatory and unjust. The Stateof excuse for the suppression of lib- on the mat:cr. TLe legal staff Mr. Urban League t *
the Champion $2000 Scholarship looks on approvingly as Charlie
Alabama has acted against erty. Wilkins s-Ad. is :.t work on a
Johnson, right President of the Champion Laundries congratulates
and in- Mr. Wilkins revealed that *
American freedom only an reply. Industrial Aide
James Henderson center on his winning of this year's scholarship.The' t

Stanton High graduate receives a $500 scholarship for 4 .

,ears. Mrs. Quarterman and Mr. Johnson were 'presented- citationsfor To SpeakHere *

their contribution to human relations during the graduation
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exercises. ,
Feed your baby Junious Bowman. Industrial Relations 'it.,.' + -

: :: Secretary of the Jackson-! a *
riding in the cab of a truck driven' viiwel Urban League will be the .
1 Han Is Killed *
by Isaac Gray when the accident speaker for the program of the I PEGGY I.

occurred at an approach to a Methodist Men's Club of the Ebe- RICHARDSONMathew *

CARNATIONAmerica's 2 Others BurnedIn bridge over the Suwannee River. nezer Methodist Church on Sunday I High W.School Gilbert *
Pepsi-Cola dealers them
Gray and Dan Smith received which is "Father's Day. are abundant for this 11 A- ,
third degree burns over more than Mr. Bowman, a native of Battle 1 honor student and chairIf
TruckWreck man of the beautification
half of their bodies and were de- Creek Mich., has studied at Wes- club of her class She *
scribed in critical condition.The of Kalamazoo Mich. possesses leadership ability -
as tern College serves as president of
Highway Patrol said the Tuskegee Institute and was awarded .New Homemakers of *
America Club and is a
LIVE OAK-James Hicks was tragedy occurred after a can of his Master of Science degree in member of junior choir of *

tilled and two others burned critically gasoline spilled over behind the Spciology and Anthropology at her church.

\healthy baby"miIR in a freak truck accidentnear I cab of the truck and caught fire Michigan State University. His *

F Mayo. when it was ignited by exhaust professional experience includes ** *

Hicks and the other two were from the truck. When Gray spotted work as counselor at Boy's Vocational *

1AIut the flames he was reported to School JUansing. Mich. a

have slammed on the brakes and teaching position in Florida and *

\tple sent the truck skidding over a 35- his present position as Industtrial *

foot embankment near the bridge.All Relations Secretary, which has its

four occupants of the truck primary objective the integrationof *

Mrs. Francina -V. Robinson of were thrown out but their clothing -' the colored skilled labor poten- *

1435 W. 23rd SU. left the city were on fire. The fourth occu- tial into the composite labor sup-

Monday to attend the Sunday pant was- burned but .not. critically ply as found.in the-Duval Countyarea. *

School and BYPU Congress in #
HoUSton, Texas: Mti Robinson'isan The program is planned to em-
rA instructor in the advanced De- phasibe a man's and particularlya *

MYOn partment of Second Baptist Sun- Mrs. Beatrice Simpson a mem- father's obligations and respon- .

day School. ber of .First _Corinth Baptist sibilities to his community. Mrs. ....4.\:

Church, continues ill in her homeat Sadie Fields Jeffers, organist- '. \

1615 Dot St. directress of choir 1 is in chargeof
Mrs. Juanita Ward of Mt. Ara -
the music. LEONARD DOUGLAS
rat Baptist Church is confined Jo Mathew W. Gilbert .
be
service will
Brewster Hospital. Mrs. Mary Alice Miller of Jacksonville The evening W High School
of the Com- Douglas is one of our good
is confined to her bed in under the leadership citi7ens."active in the }CP.
Board followedby which helping to
Steward's is
munion Club
New York at 159 E. 121st St.
City
promote the same. He U a
Mrs. Emma Andrews of Mt.
fellowship hour inclupding
a member of the 10A-2 class.
Ararat Baptist Church is ill in her refreshments in the social room of Senior Hi-Y Student
Council and first vice
home, 1544 Florida Ave. Mrs. Estelle Andrews of 718B the church. president of the state
W. Church St. is ill in her home. Hl-Y.
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Mrs. Lillian Conway is ill at her

r 4 .1641 ;] home at 6405 Lobelia Rd. Mrs. Lottie McCount is ill in For Best, Buys * *

the Duval Medical Center. Mrs. READ *
Mrs. Perry Lee Hill 'of'800 E. McCount is a member of Antioch The "Florida Star"
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64th St. continues on the sick list *
Baptist Church. GuideOn
at her home. Shopping *
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Mrs. George Southland member *
James E. Dawson spent his
w.
of Antioch Baptist Church is
leave in' the city with his wife *
ill in Duval Medical Center.
5 and children at 1227 W. Duval St. DAYTIME AND EVENINGSTV w

SERVICE 00 *
Willie McCrae of 646 Odessa St CALLS $3
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Mrs. Lillian Jones Goosy, 2209 *
is confined to his bed in his home
Moncrief Rd. left the city last STEVENS TV
He is a member of Antioch Bap. SERVICE *
FOR ONE-HOUR .t
week for Blue Ridge, N. CL, where .
she is representing the Business tist Church. Call EL 6-0894 :t / *
Guaranteed Work ':
Ad/aIEggestonMackDetrolfa; Prize Winner of the Carnation Hometown Healthy Baby Contest and Professional Women's Club. CpL James Portee, son of Mrs .; *

Gussie M. Portee will return tc
Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Crockett YourEditorial
QUEEN ESTHER *
the United States this month. Cpl .
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the milk Carnation because it is the world's of Harmony Baptist Church left Page JENKINS.
YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION, Portee served two years with thE ""Mathew W. Gilbert *
of safest form of milk for baby's thecity recently to.spend their ir Speaks for Progress High School
every doctor knows. Blight out your U. S. Army, 6th A-c Regiment I
vacation in upstate New York, *
10 mothers who feed a Carnation bottle. .the most nourishing and Canada, Ohio, and Michigan.I I Germany. Read Page 2 This also talented cheered young by Pepsi lady

formula say: "My doctor recomdigestible, too. It's America's dealers is using her talent *
as a musician In her
mended it." Yes, you can trust "healthy baby" milk! .Matthew Powell is ill in his church. and She other Is an useful honor *

home at 7400 Fernandina Rd.t student of 12A class,member
ATTENTION of Y-Teens and Senior *
High School Glee Club. --
BEST BRAND FOR YOUR Mrs. Bertie Simmons is out of *

the city attending her daughter's -* *
graduation at Brooklyn Jewish Organizations Church Groups 'l..j*
COOKING AND School of Training.Miss Simmonshas *
Clubs SocialitesANNOUNCING
been given an offer to study CoogretalotioBi. from Papal ..

medicine. Before returning to the Cola to these three .Merit

7 COFFEE TOO I d e city, Mrs. Simmons will visit rela- AwarJ winders!

tives and friends in other cities of .* listaa to Pepsi Merit Award
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the North and East. sahtatioas. OM Peps Cola

A NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor TEEN TIME.dial Satara'ays WRHC. 1400 10 -

..: Mr. and.Mrs. McCager Ander- on 11 -J'M'AM.

-'" '." Son of New York City left the city Banquets Teas Parties .

\,' EYApOiufEG last week following'an extended Programs All Occasions
: visit here with her other, Mrs. ; *
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Robert Livingston of 1820 Mon- PICTURES! TAKEN DAY OR NIGHT *
? ECTTER-BLENDING Carnation cy crief Road. They also visited the .
: r gives you rich flavor and smooth east and west coasts of Florida. On Three Hours ,N tice.-' "
S. results every time..in every
that calls for milk! *
recipe .... Mrs. Carmella La Rosa Docheryof

CQIItMtNCUAMYIJCH .. Washington, D. C. was a recent $3.50 per Group Picfire *

Carnation Cows visitor in the city as house ,
"creams" fruits andcerealstoperfection.Carnation In City Limits
coffee guest of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 1

MILK Ave. Mrs.Doch-
Cruise on Florida
.. is the rich milk that whips.tootGetleveralcaUtoda7, '
ery was intertained with many social CALL-
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activities while in the city.
LEADING BRANDOF
r WORLD'S Pepsi Cola
EVAPORATED MILKMillions STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL
". Mrs. Carrie Robertson of 810 Dealer of

it to any-other brand Baker A on.. is confined to her bed 1.cks.avIlleaMus

prefer .. in her home. Mrs. Robertson is a 4-2391.

member of First Corinth Baptist

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I News :Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I






Boycott Leader's I Blind Singers Dukes And Dutchesses Plan For AnniversaryMEvent 1

,.-.,__'...- TI?- j1.! J .. "'.__'...._'..___ < _, inanoMi ifhssnuniMna """"acs __N--V A* giK..._Pft\_';5 g' a&g>l iant nininil

Kit To Speak At Present! ProgramThe



MAACP ProgramSpeaking The Jackson Harmoneers will ;; .

appear in a concert on July 1 at P

on the program Sun- the Elks auditorium.

day at 2:30 p m. in the B. F: Lee These singers airblind., have

Seminary at Edward Waters College nation-wide fame as choral sing-

will be the'Rev. M. L King, ers with originality in their arrangements -

former Montgomery'minister and that have amazed and

the father of the Rev. M., Luther thrilled, audiences all over the ; tit

King Jr., who figured prominently country. u\. C \ a,
in the bus boycott in Mont Also appearing on the program .a

gomery. I will be the Blind Boys of Ala ) S :

The occasion is the terminationof i bama. The public is invited.

the annual spring membershipdrive : S.'

of the Jacksonville Branch' Jerusalem Missionary

of the NAACP.

The coming here of the Rev. Announces ServicesSOUTH S :k v'

King is being.heralded throughout

this community with great enthu-. JACKSONVILLE

siasm and a capacity audience is Activities Sunday in the Jeru-: E'S'S :.

hear him. salem Church
expected to : Missionary Baptist

A program of musical selections, will commence with the Sunday '

is to be presented during this School at 9:30: a. m. YN S t : .

great mass meeting and will feature The assistant pastor,_ the Rev.

outstanding singing groups Jake Raye will be in charge of .
w. !i1ij" .... >i
and soloist of the city. the services throughout the day.
SOCIAL CLUB SESSION Members of the Dukes and Duchess Social and In the first scene from left are Horace Johnson. Mrs. Asylee Green. Mrs. Con-
Serving as president of the local Usher Board 1 and Choir 1 will
Savings Club are shown as they assembled for their regular meeting in the home stance Burney. Mrs. Lillie M. Thomas and Johnny Moore. In the second scene are
branch NAACP is G. B. Washington. serve. I
of Mrs. Asylee L. Green 1299 West 19th Street to discuss plans for their coming Lexter Shaw.Mrs. Mary Browne. Mrs. Rosa Shaw. Mrs. Jean Lewis and Willie Lewis.anoinrs.ry. .
Mrs. E. H. Denmark is pub- An unique program will be
-FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
licity director. rendered under the sponsorship of

Collins Merritt at 3 p. m. The

guests for this occasion will be National ExaminationFor Tabernacle Baptist N'ASH' CARS OPEN Midway Tabernacle
Railway GroupIn
SUMMER PROGRAM the Twentieth Century Club, the
Slated Starts Bible School
Teachers AGENCY IN JAX
BEGINS MONDAY American Legion Post 244 and Arlington A talent program

others. For Florida NormalA will be presented Sunday, June
MONCRIEF SCHOOL AnniversaryThe ,
Districts 2 and 3 will meet in On-coming activities for Taber- Three young automobile deal- 17 at 7:30 p. m. in the Midway

j the church at 4:30 p. m. nacle Baptist Church. Lafayetteand ers have combined their Tabernacle Baptist Church.
effortsin
local administration of the
A summer recreation program Usher Board 2 will sponsor an Albert Streets will include
Brotherhood of I National Teacher Examination order to give Jaxons another Participating on the program
consisting of tausic, playground i entertainment in the home of Mrs. Railway ; vacation Bible school beginningon
activities, arts and crafts and library Evelyn Davis, 2951 St Augustine Clerks, local 6116 consisting of I will take place at Florida Normal Monday. The school'will be in low-priced car. THE NASH RAM- will be Gilbert Arthur. Preston
Isaac Sanders Calhoun
work will begin Monday Road on Saturday evening. Red Caps, station cleaners, store- and Industrial Memorial Collegein charge of Mrs. Helen M. Lawr- BLER. Harry Bennett, Johnny Brooks ,

June 18 at 9 a. m. at The Pulpit Aid Board and room and mail and baggage men St. Augustine on Saturday, ence. Boone and Bill Meadows have Williams lona Murrell Mrs. Jes
Moncrief.. July 14. These examinations sie Mae Polk Janet Coffey, Lati-
SchooL Home Mission will meet in the at the Jacksonville Terminal are The Male Chorus of the church tossed their hats into the Jackson-
Williams Alfred Hicks Jr.
similar to those which of- mer ,
Parents are requested Company, will celebrate their were and ville
Educational Building on Monday the male chorus of the Zion Auto Sales Ring.
their children in order that they night. Mrs. Adeline Brown will 24th anniversary on Sunday, June fered at the annual nationwide Hope Baptist Church will pre- and the Allen Sisters.

may be in a wholesome surroundings serve as hostess. 17 at 3:30 p. m. in the ML Vernon administration last February. sent a recital on June 20 in the Located at the corner of State The speaker for the program

during this vacation period. Baptist Church of which the Rev. Persons planning to take these church. and Hogan Streets the new company will be the Rev. O. Gorman.

There will be'no charges.OUtingS a G. T. McCall is minister. The examinations must register no : NASH OF JAX. INc., had John W. Murrell is sponsoringthe

4-Year-Old Girl Dies churcH is located on the corner of later than Friday June 22. Regis- its grand opening Thursday June program for the benefit of the

Prince and Whitner Streets. trations after this date will carryan 14th. Featuring the Nash Rambler, building drive.LEARN .

In Auto Accident Invited to deliver the main ad- extra late fee.Applications Tallahassee Gels also their new economical NASH

dress will be Attorney Ernest D. STATION WAGON. When you
Dunnellon The Highway Pa- Jackson. for the, examinations come down, just ask for Harry,

'.-CLARK:THOMAS CLUB trol reported Gloria Robinson, 4- Other outstanding_personalitiesof can be secured by writingto Hike In Bus Fares Johnny or Bill either will be very TO DRIVE

year-old child was killed and her : George O. Phillips, Registrar, glad to The Quickest Tk Cmimt
The Clark Thomas Club of the the city will participate on the serve you or just show *
Florida Normal and Industrial
mother when the Way T Learn
seriously injured *
: you.around. _
ML Olive AME Church will sponsor .
in which program. Memorial College, St. Augustine, Tallahassee The commission
car they were riding'overturned city -
an outing to Silver Springs AJAXDRIVING
-on Jane 24, on Highway 41. George D. London, is presidentof Florida. ,granted the petition of Cities

Several stops will be made onthetwest..and John Robinson, father of the the group and William Reedis Transit Inc. for an increase from on legality of the proposed cut. SCHOOL

child was the driver of the car. chairman of the program com- 10 to 15 cents per fare effective. Charles L. Carter manager of
east side. On the GUn'g" CALL EL 4-0639
Trooper C. W. Saunders reported mittee. Y Child KilledBlountstown immediately. the transit firm, told the commis-
west side beginning at 8 a. m. the
Robinson went to sion in asking for the fare George Perpena
bus will leave 21st and Myrtle apparently The operators the city buses hike

Ave. and at 8:30 a. m. the bus sleep at the wheeL He was Yvonne Gibbs, have been hit financially by a and tax cut, "this is our last resortto 1134 W. 5th Street

will leave Kings Rd. and Myrtle charged with reckless driving. a 4-year-old child was run over two-week old boycott. stay in business here."

WOES and killed instantly by Judge The commission took under ad-

Ave.East side stops will be made at Woman Found Dead PROGRAM SCHEDULE Baker, Jr. According to -Sheriff visement the request from the .

Third and Florida Ave. at 8 a*m. Guilford Baker became panicky transit firm for a cut in the muni- I

Phelps and Florida Ave. at 8:15a. : Gainesville Jonna Lake 65, MONDAY FRIDAY after hitting the child and con- cipal gross receipts tax from 3 per '

m. Union arid Florida Ave at was found cjead locked in .her CM lip OB tinued driving. Hours later he cent to Yi of 1 per cent. Atty. I II

8:30 a. in, and Union and Ionia room by Police Chief W. D. .:11 ':13 Capsolo New Weather voluntarily surrendered. James Messer was'asked,to checkWORLD'S ATTENTION
IlJ 14 Hearen's Road (Melvin I
Streets at 8:35 a. m. Joiner.A Grace) I
,:11 ,:tJ Capsule Now Weather Organizations
who became alarmed Church
neighbor
,:tJ 14 The Kid Usher Board No. 1 of Second at not having seen her since 6:11613 Capsule News Weather .
S3 .*4 The Kid (Bob Hndson) Clubs Socialites
Baptist Church is sponsoring a the first of the week, notified po .*4 i '*] Capsnl New Weather
trip,-around the world Thursday, .:IJ. II:" Ju.pin with Johnny
lice.There (Johnny )
June 21. Cars will leave the was no sign of foul play. 144 111 Capsule News* Weather
14:43 114 Gospel 'Train Nuaber One ANNOUNCINGA
church at 8:30 p. m.Friends are State Atty.Ted Duncan said death (Melvin Grace)
114 1141 Capsule New A Weather
invited. was attributed to natural causes. 11:41 12:M Gospel Train,Number One
(Melvin Grace) NEW RAPID PHOTO SERVICEFor
124 12:13 Local Newt (Joyce POS,

PATRONIZE Pomona Park NewsBy 12:15 1231 Man Jeyner Hudson on))Street (Shaw Banquets Teas Parties

12:3 12:45 "Jot Mart (Joyce Joyner)
Ffortte Star U:4S 1:11 A Woman's World (Joyce Programs All Occasions
Joyner) .
Advertisers"Howard's" Mrs. Florence McBride 1:11-1:13 Capsule News dc Weather
13 2M Gospel 'Train, Number F PICTURES TAKEN DAY OR NIGHJ"On
Two (Melvin Grace>)> IAITHT .......
Services at Allen Chapel AME 1:11 1t3 Capsule Newt dc Weather Three Hours Notice
I 23 34 Gospel Train, Hunter HAIR STXA16ffTEN0l
Church were most enjoyable Two (Melvin Grace) -
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TV SERVICE pastor Rev. Starks preached both 3:13-44 Jampin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) RINSE $3.58 per Group Piclure
4:44-43 Capsule News dc Weather
morning and evening.Mr. 4:43 34 Jnnipia with Johnny
Guaranteed Work (Johnny Shaw) SOU AT 1TORE3' In City Limits
3:00193 Capsule News dc Weather All MUM > \

RADIO DISPATCHED and Mrs. James Townsend 3:13.1.10 Jnmpin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) used yi off food bart. lhopf

Mrs. Gussie Chisolm, Mrs. Esther 4H 13 Capsule News dc Weather CALL-
Calls $3.10 Burr, 'Miss Earnestine Burr andJ. 1oJ 434 The SATURDAY Kid (Bob Andson)

C. Townsend Jr. left for New C4 SUm On ASK FOR n SV uAMf.TOaA>rt
'*4 <*3 Capsule News dt Weather ,
H. Extra Ch.r,. for NjjhNnd York Friday. <*3 ,:II HoaTen Road (Melvin STAR PHOTO SERVICEEL
SaadapPhone Grace)
74 73 Capsule News dt Weather
Otis McBride, Sr, Otis McBride, 73 tiN: no Kid (Bob Hudson)
EL 6-2049 1:001:13 Capsule News dc Weather
Jr., and Mrs. Carrie Herlong at- S314 The Kid News Hudson) 4-2391
tended the St. Johns River Bap- 6:00.193 capsule dt Weather
13 144 Jnnpin with Johnny
tist District Sunday School and (johnny Shaw) -
144 143 Capsule News dt Weather
B.T.U. Convention at Morning 113: 114 Gospel Train Number On
AHUM MIS6LESOf Star Baptist Church. East' >alatka, (Melvin Grace) '
: >AWPCftXJON
114 113 Capsule News Weather wlnrl Errh1'T cClrtti,4t ? .
Florida. 113 U:W Gospel Train Number. One \ JATwi E HE/frSOHOT, WR YOU /i Y DAN '
.- of.... ecru,ssddeu. caw (Melvin Grace) % RESCUED Ni F2Y JOYCE r 3 RNER FULL OFSCTOR WA
Of**.**tTANCACX.tsMo' or powoomUTAMVACK 124 12:15 Local News (Joyce WA35 lf4C10of" THATAA ANCU a JDlTJl UVERNE- tP. vL
Joyner)
not foot..brig oonrf ortfcftotho Mrs. M. L. Frank has just returned '
12:15 Street (Shaw dt ,
JVct:
-.w.......... aTAMMCI feraeie from Dade City Florida, U:31Hudson) r
causal ........." Ne le.pletlaaf 1234 1245 "Job Mart (Joyce Joyner; ) %r. ti M ppNGMV 1 1I
IN eaM esIR,ii... where she was visiting relativesand 12:45-14 A Woman's.Worl"(Joyce' ISN'THE;
friends.Artic1 Joyner) MARVELOUS?
14-13 Capsule News* Weather
13 24 Gospel 'Train, Number W0.L t-u
Two (Melvin Grace) s 1r
Readers Digest Reveals 291. 23 Capsule New dt Weather
e 23 r 34 Jnmpin with Johnny
313Johnny. Shaw) .
34 News A Weather
*' Tension 33 44 Jnmpin with Johnny 9 r e
,JitteiyPre"Mensfrual Johnny Shaw) f Y L
44 43 Capsule News dt Weather :
Ca SII Jnmptn with Johnny

11 So Often Needless: Misery! StI StJ Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)dt ,Weather JHMr
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Althea Gibson Goes To Wimbledon .

World Tennis Title : :=

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Negro Net Star Overcomes Weakness I Campy Not Worried About Benching / What Baseball Ageless Salchel Paige Still Pitching



To Realize A Dream Of A Lifetime Brooklyn's ST. LOUIS-Roy three-time Campanella Most Valuable -, Stars Earn Is Now The 'Helhnsala Of The Mound'Ageless

Player who was benched

PARIS Althea Gibson, a former Florida A & M University with a 3.12 batting average, said Satchel Paige, one of the legends in baseball is proving

student realizes the dream of a lifetime when she steps onto the last week he was "not worried abit" i, 'This is the listing of our Ma- to be one of the miracles of the sports world
about his
court at-Wimbledon England ,with the prospect of being the first slump. jor League stars' salaries: Ted I

Negro woman to hold the tennis championship... Dodger Manager Walt Alston Williams $100,000; Stan Musial

MISS Gibson snared her fifteenth announced before last Monday $80,000; Bob Lemon, $45,000; MoorePattersonFight

title in her march,through the night's game he was tsaking his ogi Berra, $45,000; Robin Rob-,

European continent. Her most re next 11-10.game.She This served put- Miss Gibson tireless 34-year-old round man erts, $42,500; Duke Snider, $42- Could Be
a love game, out of the "for 000 I
cent conquest came when she be- lineup a rest Al- ; George Kell. $40,000; Roy
finishing with service
came .the women's singles lawn gain the title.Negro a ace to ston said Campanella had been Campanella, $40,000; Early Greatest EverBy Sa
tennis champion of France after 6 playing on a bad leg for the last Wynn $40,000; Minnie Minoso,

defeating the! best the French had two weeks. $40,000; Al Rosen $37,300; Red

to offer. Student After his club's 8-6 victory Schoendienst, $35,000; Jackie Eddie Siddall

In an .nazing display of court f which knocked the St. Louis Car- Robinson, $35,000; Bob Feller, Since "Ancient Archie" Moore

dexterity she also shared the wo dinals into thrid place Alston $30,000 and Willie Mays, $30; almost killed Yolande Pompey in

men's doubles victory with Miss Is Varsity Man maintained he hadn't benched 000. London and Floyd Patterson did
.
Angela Baxton of Great Britain. Campy for weak hitting. likewise for Tommy "Hurricane-

The young net star who has faltered At Kings CollegeWILKESBARRE Jackson ]last Friday, we armchair

many times before on the managers can really sit back and

threshold of championship has SPORTING UP Sugar-Olson Bout cool ourselves while waiting for A

come back a virtually new player Pa.Historywas results. Now what will the har-
more confident and made at Kings College when vest be? To be
apparently Nets Plenty frank, we are in a
relieved of the weaknesses that, Y.Marshall Nelson of Syracuse, N. BY C. PARHAM JOHNSONBIG SugarLOS position to see the fight of the

caused her previous defeats became the first Negro athletein year, if not the century.

Miss Gibson, who well merits the college's 10-year: history to LUKE EASTER is still t Cubs is blasting the ball at a terrific -; I ANGELES-The Sugar Patterson only 21, is strong and

the first major lawn tennis honors earn a varsity sweatr eand letter. slamming the ball to all cornersof rate. Despite his'club's tail- Ray Robinson-Carl (Bobo) Olson resilient, while Archie,is old and

won by a colored American beat Nelson plays halfback on the the lot for Buffalo of the Inter- end position Banks keeps 'the fight broke all financial recordsin determined to be our next world's

Miss Angela Mortimer of Britain King's football team and is one national League. Big Luke who crowds coming to the games to California according to the heavyweight -champion. Archie'sage

6-0, 12-10, Sunday May 27. of the chief drawing attractionson formerly played first base for the see him hit 'the ball. He" is now final tabulations reported by the is a matter of opinion-his,

She defeated the titleholder the team. He is the son of Mr. Cleveland Indians accounted for batting a cool .292 with nine hom- promoters of the middleweight mine, or yours; but he still can be

unbeaten on hard 'courts for the and Mrs.John Nelson of Syracuse.He many runs as an Indian. Easteris ers and 18 RBI's. championship fight. most troublesome in the squared

last is a junior accounting majorat not only a powerful hitter, but CONNIE JOHNSON Sugar Ray the circle. If
three years, and caused an who was champion and you know what I mean,
upset in the British women's King's College. he js also a very. dependable first, traded to the Baltimore Oriolesby Bobo Olson the challenger received do you?

I game. The American net star had King's is a Catholic college for baseman, I the Chicago White Sox went 90,706 for the quick victory Archie has already claimed the .
men by the Holy Cross Fathers """"- ''' "'''''' '''' ''-''''
STOBBS' -
lost to Miss Mortimer on four CHUCK of the Wash- right to work against his old Robinson scored over Olson but title immediately after his defeat I
previous occasions. from Notre Dame University. The ington Senators went the full teammates. In his first start Robinson's purse was tapped to of Pompey. In fact his next bout SATCHEL PAIGE

Miss Gibson's lively skill and college has 800 students; and nine innings on May 27 to becomethe against the Sox he beat them 32. the amount of $25,000 by the Bureau in Toronto,. Canada with James Meihusala of the Mound
Miss sponsors varsity teams in football first Washington pitcher to go He of Internal Revenue Parker
Mortimer's failure to find gave up eight hits, fanned and is supposedly for the
her and basketball. Nelson's distinction the route in 17 straight games. He batters Bobo's estranged wife obtained Heavyweight Old Satch has a diamond record
steady accuracy combined to seven Chicago- held Larry a.. Crown.of the World. ,
at King's as its first Negro won 4I.SAM Doby hitless in court order holding How 'bout that that dates back to when Sugar
give Miss Gibson the victory. four trips to the up his end of ? Moore always'is
athlwete is due to the ''fact that Ray Robinson was in knee pants.
The lanky"American girl never JETHRO, a former mem- plate and gave Minnie Minoso the gate. good copy and makes us arm-
served with more power than at Wilkes-Barre has a very large ber of the Cleveland Buckeyesand only one hit out of three trips to Each fighter collected 30 per chair managers just sit in our ,but Time seems to wear on the
Methusala of the .
Mound.In
this time. Miss Mortimer did not Negro population. then on to the Boston Braves the place. cent of the net gate of $202,331and chairs await results. Well, any-

get within striking distance of these According to college authorities is doing,mighty well for himself JACKIE_ ROBINSON, of the $100,000 for the radio and way-next September will tell recent days reports have

and two feeble back-hand ,prospects are good that in the over at Toronto in the Internat- Brooklyn Dodgers seems to be television rights on the outdoor :you, me, and the world just what I come out that Paige has been doing -

drives into the net helped Miss near future the college will have ional League. Jethro is now hit- getting in better shape as the fight. the harvest will be. The question i i rather nicely in the strike-out

Gibson to lead 10-9 Negro athletes in both football ting in the .300 class. He is still season progresses. Walt Alston, Robinson kayoed Bobo in the is: Is youth better in combat than I department, pitching for the: Miami -

Apparently nervous at the prospect and basketbalL King's' has had considered one,of,the fastestmenin manager ot- : the. ,,Dodgers says, fourth round of the bout to retain age? Personally. I 'prefer youth, Marlins. '
of victory Miss Gibson failed athletic relations with a numberof baseball. "Robinson still seems to be the his middleweight crown. I i but, who am I to say what can Satch was a star way back in

to respond when Miss Mortimer Negro colleges in sports, among JOHNNY ANTONELLJ, one of sparkplug of-the TJodgers. When happen' in the world of fisticuffs? the late twenties playing with the

came back to make it 10-alL Miss them are Maryland State, Dela the top notch pitchers for the New I Jackie is on the field, everythingseems And who. are you? Kansas City Monarchs and the
ware State Lincoln and Cheyney. all set"WALLACE EurekaLavillaTennis Therefore I 'say-let's New Orleans Pelicans. 'When
Mortimer, love-40 down, managedto York Giants is always easy prey wait and
get up to deuce but lost the for the Brooklyn Dodgers to feaston. I (Bud) SMITH, the see. In short play it cooL Mean- everyone thought the granddaddyof

When Antonelli was knocked :lightweight champion has a Club Gives while, Bobby Boyd is challenging j baseball was ready to retire upcame

of Harvard Picks :out of the box by the Dodgers, :chance to pick up $50,000 by defending Sugar Ray for his Middleweight I the announcement that he
piles
Stop pain ]had! been
signed the Cleveland
May 25, it was the eighth straight his title against Board- Champs AwardsMrs. Crown daily. And Robinson isn't J Indians[ and thus by made his
Track Captain II time he has failed to go the .distance man of Marlborough, Conn., con- over-anxious to accept the chal- entry
j into
the ]
homeor major leagues at
today at against them. He was blast- tender who recentlywon a 10- lenge, can you blame Ray? After 'an age
1 believed to be
ed out three" times in 1953, twicein round decision in a non-title fight Ruth Smith, tournament all Boyd did put Milo Savage well nigh on to
money back!. CAMBRIDGE Mass.-. Richard 1954 and once in 1955. against the'champion.JOJINNY chairman, the EurekaLavillaTennis away in the tenth and final round j fifty. Then he moved to the St.
In doctor's teats, amazing new ]Louis Browns with Bill Veeck
and
Stainless Pazo* Instantly r l1evedpiles' Wharton a youngster from Boston RAFER, JOHNSON, UCLA's BRATTON; who is Club presented the follow- last Wednesday night. And Boyd I now finally to the Miami Marlinswhere
torture I Gave internal and has been chosen of confined in Chicago is only 22 old to
: captain freshman track star and present now a psy- ing trophies to the 1956 club years compared
external relief I 6 medically-proved, the track team at Harvard Uni record chopathic ward is said to be suffering champions recently at Lavilla Mr Robinson's age of 35. Would he is still doing the extra-
Ingredients Including Trtolyte. relieve national decathlon holder, ordinary.
pain,itching mslanilyl Reduce varsity and this is believed to ,be the low hurdles from a condition diagnosedas Park. you fight a man 13 years younger
,
Promote healing.You sit, the first time in Harvard history won, ,220-yard "emotional distress." Novice Men's Singles, Frank than you if you could avoid it? Satchel may be the Methusalaof '
walk in comfort! Only stainlesspile placed in three other events to the Mound but oh, wnat
remedy.Ointment Pazo SUppositories that such a step has been taken score 16 points, ending the long JACKSONVILLE is out in frontin Priestly who defeated Henry Dan- NO! Nor would I! Bye now man! a
or at druggists.Tndmvrk The elect for the 1956- attendance to iels 6-1 .
./ 0'M.. captain reign of the University of Southern Sally League up 6-3 Novice Women's
Ontmtnt sad S.le.itawa. 1957 track season will be a senior California as Pacific Coast this time. According to the latest Singles, Miss Aretha Jones who

next year. In the recent Harvard- track king. Johnson the Negro figures given, Jacksonville has a defeated Mrs. Marvalene Everett, ACHING MUSCLESR.li.
Yale Wharton total of Columbus Ga. $Havfng I*Slicker
meet, young won 48,524. ( ) 8-6, 6-1.
the
Freshman excells in putting ... ..
M' .f tint, .. echi...
(or
WATCH THIS CLOWN both the 220 and the 240 yard shot, throwing the javelin and ranks second with 44,642 and Progressive Men's Singles, Emmett Blade Changing Quicker sIN! with STANBACK,ubUt.r_..4.mu..-

events, although his specialty is discus, hurdling, sprinting, broad third in attendance is Augusta Grooms defeated E. N-Reed, STAN..BACK.because act th fait.STANBACK t.bring CMnUrtingrelief.
the 280-yard run. with 27,780.BILL 6-1, 7-5; Progressive Women's .. Urrnvl*
and mbiMt
27 4-13 lumping, ,high jumping pole Gillette Mvtrml OrsscripWn typ U.
Richamrd's older brother Clifton the rookie first .,.,ienta far tat
vaulting. He is called the one man WHITE Singles, Miss Susie Scott who defeated relief of pain.

56913110SometinMS .. now studying for a doctorate track team. baseman the New York Giants recently Miss Willie Lou Johnson, BLUE BLADES
':- at the University: of Chicago wasa called up from Minneapolisseems 6-1, 60.Mixed. IN HANDY DISPENSE
SUGAR RAY ROBINSON, the
9 .i 2O' member of the track team dur- reigning king of the middle- all set to continue as the doubles, Manton Maple milk, A""''. right with the world if you
ing his undergraduate days. regular first baseman of the and Mrs. Richardeen Ellis who defeated tlsed Iled believe and follow CHRIST!
5 weights since his overwhelming Giants. White is a terrific hitter, John A. Wright and' Miss celPtlfsNal Send $1.00 for Trial
victory over Bobo Olson for the I'll
Prove It!
7 9 he is blasting the ball to all corners Pearl Chatman 2-6-6-2, 6-1.
second straight time gives the tan
Need a Haircut? of the lot and fielding the The club will sponsor a group RELIGIONBox
five of the six most im- :.
fighters 3081 East .
Colfax St.tio.DENVU
25-59-71. 'VICKERS ball to satisfy Manager Bill Rig- tournament beginning Sunday on
portant boxing championships. COLORADO
the courts and close before the
497-99-190 BARBER SHOP from all evidences it appears ney.RAY
REED, of the Jacksonville residential party June 22 in the -
that the sixth one will be a Negro
706 W. Ashley Street the Braves got away to a slow start home of :Miss Areth aJones.
!..'. with wild scramble in the
So....... ..... d lilt... SPECIAL elimination bouts coming up. after getting to Jacksonville, but I The best matches of the tourna-
H. *dd., subtract WED. THURS. the way Reed has been poundingthe ment were E. Grooms and Julius
H. waits it .11 aroma* 85c Facial Massage. 85c CARNELL NEUMAN, a giant ball during the last few :Guinyard; Rickey Jordan. Willie

85c Cool 85c fullback who tips the scales at 210 weeks, he seems to have found Smith and Miss Jones and Mrs. 5Hour'avnbw
Shampoo pounds has been signed by the -
FOR JUNE 23rd himself. He now appears to be a Everett.
Cardinals. Neuman is
Chicago
OTIS WCJCFftS. Prop. fixture in the outer garden. Plans are being made for the
36-74-88 big strong fast He ran the 100-
FACING THE STRAND ADRIAN ZABALA pitcher National Junior Championship in
yard dash in 9.9 seconds, just four I with the Jacksonville ,Braves is Durham, N. C, July 24-28; Statein ; BACHELOR
tenth seconds less than fleet Card- 14
the oldest player ,on the Jax Nassau, Bahamas, August 12-18
mals halfback Ollie Matson. He roster. He is 40 old and has
I years and the National in Wilberforce,
Is a native of St Louis 25yearsold been in baseball 19 years. Ohio, August 20.
SUIT! JOHN PAYNE GANGSTER THRILLER and formerly attended Allen SERVICEFOR

STB lsd 1A "SLIGHTLY SCARLET" University in South Carolina. -

I [ WILLIE MAYS, of the New vielso, a shortstop and first base- lAUNDlTUlfAH E [ S
WYMAN i ROCK HUDSON
SAT.JANE
SUN. THRU Julio both the
man Becquer,
prop-
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be the
"ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS" York Giants continues; to Integration ; : of Senatorsof
the
JUNE. 17.23IIKfSEYELT leading base stealer in the majors. erty Washington

He is credited with eleven thefts. the American League. THE FINEST
HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSONof Is Paying Off The Negro attendance has not

SKYVIEWSun. the Kansas City Athletics is come up to expectations as yet,

Sun. Tn.. J... 17.19 Tye. Jane 17-19 doing a mighty,fine job filling in For LouisvilleLOUISVILLE but ward club to an officials increase are in looking Negro for-attendance IN HAND CLEANINGAND '
Both lit RM"COMANCHE "MAN WITHOUT A STAR" at first base for the injured Vic
!" Plat: Jon Hill lit Run Power,the A's regular first base- later on. Club officials
Plan Rod Canteron "PHANTOM OF JUNGLE" feel however that there is an.increase -
"POUBlg JEOPARDY" man. Harry is not, exactly a Vic -The Louisville in attendance. FINISHINGTHREE :,
We. Tfcyrt. Jane 20.21John Power on the initial bag but he Colonels of the American Association "
W.... Tfcar Juno 20.21 Wayne
is by no means a stsranger. He are using Negro players and
1st Ru. Technicolor "SHE WORE A "
did the same thing when he wasa STORES ._
TAOY GODIVA"Phu YELLOW RIBBON"Plus enjoying a very good season bothon -
: Mantom MoM..... member of the Cleveland Club. the field and at the gate. fnv RT in RHn*
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At-Ne! .r0 Hit 'BULLDOG DRUMMOND LARRY DOBY is having a hard KURTWSYGtrr
The club is not only playing Negroes 814 WEST, 8th STREET
MANDY"
"RETURN OF ESCAPES"Fri.
time getting started with the Chi- 'but are also having inte- ......,.

Fri. t Sat. J... 22.23 & Sat; June 22-23 cago, White Sax. He has spqent gration in the stands which is a .. ill 21st ST. & MYRTLE AVE.
Western -= Alan LaaM "DRUMBEAT" most of his time on the bench be- historymaking"move within it- A t..6.po at OVTGZOm b bt 11aaw.
"ROSt OF CIMARRON" and: All-Negro. Hit
____ Plmi"PHANTOM "RETURN OF cause he has hit only 261. sell It is a precedent; that is,pay- Mil.ovrr..d& ..w&j 612 WEST ASHLEY ST.
OF JUNOLE" MANDY3 HUSBAND" ERNIE BANKS, the tall slender I ing off. .I.,.a.W..:=,
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CHIPS' OFF tlim'as you all know. Wt are do-1 j


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phone company complained.Some Negro Salesman
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been supplanted by the "cocktail fellows got too many calls. Here .
-:- Big Savings on -:-
On Criswell
party. .We,think our "society" goes: William Linwood Rudolph Staff

\ could do with more garden parties' McKissick, Richard McKissick,. It was announced this week that FOR DELICIOUS DINNERSFried .Ranges Refrigerators Washers TV's
and fewer"cocktails.Profeuional Henry Edwards Eddie "Bruno1 ;
John Griffin a resident of the
Terms Trade-Ins
Marshall Tom Davis Rayford Easy Accepted
men are selfsupporting -
I Roosevelt Apartments has been Chicken Fried Shrimp
and are almost unusually in Brown Jr. Albert Jones, Freddie
promoted to the post of'a' full- cuc -
dependent.! ,We need more doctors Brown Arthur "Peas" Simmonsand II time salesman on the staff of the ; Trout";:Fish' Steaks. -. Pork Chops

both young and old who bar the Henry George Wade. I Criswell Tire Co. of 501 Duval St.Griffin's .' ....,. .. EUNICE LOCKETTPO
courage of men like Von Mizell of Then there's Edmund Tolliver, I promotion marks a RIDE OUT TO 5-2592
Fort Lauderdale T. M. Howard of
Edwin Mathis Walter Koon Wo-!I
forward made
step being by progressive -
4ississippL' Moses.Jones of Montgomery mack Howard, Lacy Frazier business men who are COTTON'S' RESTAURANT
the late Dr. Brewer of Charles Durham and Calvin
opening better jobs to Negroes
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Columbus Ga. Ira Davis of Miami
Christopher. employ-
and thereby providing & BAR-B-Q
and others. It is up to the This week we will salute the ment for colored people who comprise

Southern professional men especially "most eligible." That distinctionfalls a large. portion of their cus (formerly the Cotton Club)
to pick the mantle.
up to Frank "Pappy" Hampton.He tomers.
The convention brought quit. a is the "eligible" with a HOUR
only The Crsiwell Tire Co. which is 45th STREET
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few "hucksters" town. We no- ranch style home, Star Chief Pon- conveniently located at Duval and
tice that of the medical Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road
many tiac and all the trimmings. Run- Clay is currently featuring a gigantic -
supply houses employ Negro ner-up to him is the fabulous Jim- sale on tires. Auto owners Look for the Neon Lights l'' "

sales personneL We met Jack my' Jenkins of Telfair County, who are thinking of beach trips CLEANERS

Moore of Atlanta. Jack is with Georgia. He is a perfect gentleman -, for the summer or just in need of UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT -
Coco-Cola: and is also still in radio.
; suave and the perfect Mr. new tires will find that they can "Cotton" Smith
He and Ken George Prop. _
Knighi are pals from i
Esquire. save many dollars by trading'at '
way back. We-hot the breeze fora Jhic -
Good hunting girls. See you CriswelL
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while while he told of the pioneer firm which
next week .and save me some This well-known
days for Negroes in radio Bromo. Ill need them after this has been giving Jacksonville auto
when he and Ken were "roughIng
week-end. Don't forget the Urban: owners polite and dependable BACHELOR BUNDLES
together. With him on the League and the NAACP need you service for a number of years car-
"Coke" bar and dispensing drinksto and you need them. Join now.I I ries a line of famous durable U,. I U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALE I II
the warm folk were Lois Show- which
Tires being
Also don't forget to register. The S. Royal are
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ers and Venitia Mazeke J. D.
this sale at amazingly
books are open and will be until I sold i during
"Mr. Goodwill" Brooks the reduced I U.S. ROYAL Air Ride I
September prices.
Schaeffer man had a bevy of -- die genuine, worldfamousU.
beautiful S. Royal quality tire
girls assisting him in
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MAID Rooming house. "Heal Myrtle Avenue t and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 / Sliding Windows 8 Sizes Closing Out at Cost
honest and dependable. 6 days. 501 W. DUVAL STREET COR. CLAY STREET
$17 per wk. and meals. Mrs. J Awning Windows 11 Sizes Closing Out 20% Off

W. J. Lucas. 1243 Bird. Phone / 3" Jalousies
3-6005.
35 x 50% ........ $13.95 .
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and dependable. 5:30 a. m. to :' f Giganlic Lucky Number Contest / 6" Jalousies #7 3'3H" .._.. $7.5
10:30 a. m. 2:30 p. m to 7 p. m. ,
Easy Installation With Screw Driver -
Split shift. Call Mrs. Lucas. Ph.

38005. >. ,, this beautiful console FREE ESTIMATES FHA Financing

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SHOP winners will be Judged by correct or closest to correct totals and by
of ties, entry bearing earliest postmark win be
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FOUR EXPERIENCED to Florida Sewing Machine and Supply by midnight June 20th. 19SC.
OPERATORS TO SEavE"i Automatically you can
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hundreds patterns of Automatically beautiful -- 4 ...., Monday throfh Saturday Smartest, Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
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PHONE EL 0-9191 handsewing time. And, 505 'W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. At Your NASH Dealer

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