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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
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June 23, 1956
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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; To NEGROE1 FOR AID '". .

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Action Delayed On re"s o p

Civil Rights Bill '

v0- ;- No. 18 And NEWS JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. SATURDAY. JUNE 23, 1956 'IS Cent; }p'N

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Young Socialites Tender Jaxon With Shower'o, I

27 Teachers' 'Certificates

: $ >" h .:.

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Canceled By State hoard j .4.\,*-$ -

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Teachers Admit Paying Boycotters Need Rinds rt I

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$40 To $100 For Credits To Fight For Equal Rights. _

Tallahassee The Negro citizens who have been con-

Tallahassee The State Board of Education last Wednesday ducting a successful boycott of the Tallahassee:.city buses rS0kJ

canceled the teaching! certificates of 27 women on the grounds that have issued an appeal to the Negro people of Florida for,aid

they were issued on the basis of college credits which were not in their fight for first class seating accommodations on buses.In .

earned through study. ,. -:

All'h of, the women involved who: a letter to the. editor of the "Florida Star- ," the Inter- P'V"">'_""' ''''"" >",,,,,:, ,.. Av.-.... ._-a_____
Civic Council Inc writes as follows: J.
students at Florida Normal ,
were has reserved the right to take SMILING SWEETLY This group of smiling young socialites is well pleased with the event
and Industrial Memorial College further action if criminal proceed- Inter-Civic Council;Inc. thai brought them together. The occasion was shower which the group tendered Miss Bettye Donald-

were accused of claiming credits ings prove any of the accused of 801 Floral Street / .: ton who became the bride of Walter Pritchett of Atlanta Ga. Sponsors of the shower are seen stand0 I
for "study which they had nottaken.
., criminal... wrongdoing. = Tallahassee, Flo-rick 0 :rom left. Misses Wanda Donaldson. Alice Anne,Poster and Johnetta Bettch. Seated are: Misses
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P Af.U1 X naBrookL'Jeanns. YtlsonBeatriceltocs. and the honoree. The affair was held in the FleradaU

the Royal College W. Puryear told the President board hear-of Cancellation of the certificates Mr. Eric OSimpsonMgEditorFloridaStar: ; t '\- ::1,;; homer of Mr. CorNarcotic. S-.J.o.. .... -1' -- ..... ..... L -C-- ... l -- _____

leaves the for of
way open any
ing that he was convinced that '
the accused who can clear him- 423 Broad StreetJacksonville
credits had been written into the Miami Woman
permanent records of students. He self of the charges to apply for a f: 1956 Ring Smashed

accused Frank T. Wilson former new The teaching canceled license.certificates were My dear Mr. Simpson: Kills Her Husband
registrar of the institution of
falsifying the records. held by Evie Miscue Alexander, This letter is written in behalf of the Inter-Civic With Arrest Of "Pushers"Narcotic

Wilson is facing criminal Lucile Monroe Baines Eva Council of Tallahassee, Fla.,which is the organization: After Toi's DeathMiami

charges in St, Johns County. Spence Brown Coppage carrying on the fight to bring integration to the bus
Several of the .women denied Muriel Boyd Dsrby. Bevelyn lines of this city.
I Demps Margie Sweat Hull Ar- Mrs. Alberta Wright,
the charges but at least nine of agents swooped down on Jacksonville and broke up
thuree Kelley, Geneva Parson We are now beginning the fourth week of this 31, admitting firing two bullets
them admitted paying from $40 what was about to become a dope ring for the sale of heroin here.
Moore :Martha Perry Mary LeeS struggle. Thus we have been quite effective and have through the chest of her husband,
to $100 but asked for "mercy" and Nabbed in the round-up were
be pie:e r, Ernestine Washington the cooperation and support of our people. They have Clifford 40, because he refused to
that their certificates ,would James "Honey" Holmes. 38, 1712
Thayer, Emily Ruth Watson and given generously and unstintingly of their money to SpecialAgent Used How her to attend the funeral of
canceled rather than revoked. Myrtle Ave. Arthur John Williams -
Edith Hibbinbotham Weston, all support the car pool. This is to their credit,.but If we ; Tyner said he made all the drug their 7 months old daughter.The .
One Mrs. Pauline Iso- 24 of 1948 Louisiana St;
of Jacksonville; are to hold out until victory is ours we.shall need out- purchases from the Williamsesand infant died following a
lene Williams who admitted pay- Freddie Lee Williams 27, a waiterof
side Woods but had to use a special major operation. .
ing $60 was described by her law- Glorie Battle Calhoun, Riviera support.We 741 A. Venus-Mars Court; and
undercover make the
man Officers said they found the victim -
Mabry Carlton as a Beach; Queenie Dye, White Leonard Faulkner Woods 23, a
Attorney believe that this will from
yer .. I support come our purchases from Holmes. dead when, they arrived at
"repentant fool" Springs; Clarice Hughes, people all over the state if they are aware of our need. hotel bellboy of 1567 Kings Rd. the couple's home. Mrs. Wright
The arraignedlast
men were
The board decided against out- Arcia; Ruby Lang Chief-- Even more so if they understand that our fight here State Bureau of Narcotics In- Monday before Criminal told the officers she shot her husband -

right revocation of the teaching Atwaul Jenkins in Tallahassee is their"fight and that the victory we spector Clyde A. Tyner who did Court Judge William T. Harvey. when he refused to tell her

certificates of the accused which,' land; Mary Ferrell Jones Perry; shall_gain will be their's to share.. the undercover work, said Holmes Judge Harvey set the bond of when the child's funeral would
Henri Jones Panama City;
would have ousted them forever
made a statement that he had '
from the profession Ruby Mitchell Sanderson;;"Beat To this end we are requesting your help in pre- been "pushing" the deadly drug in $3,000: in each case. take place. She said her husband
told her "she was foolish about
Seventeen of the women were rice s. Northern. Crestview; senting our case in whatever manner you see fit.
Jacksonville for the last six
the child and he did not want her
regularly employed as public Mazie Miller Postell Sanford; Checks may be made out to: Inter-Civic Council Inc.
school teachers and six were substitute Claudine Williams Macclenny; and mailed to the above address or they may be months. Appeal Is Made to get sick as he"was tired of

public: school teachers. Mabel Williams West Palm' mailed to Rev. J, Metz Rollins, Jr., Treasurer, 2023 The 33-year-old Negro, who paying doctor bills.
and Elnora B. Wright South Boulevard St. Tallahassee. We will acknow- gave tailoring as'his occupation
However the board on the recommendation Beach ,
of Gov.: LeRoy Col Lake Park Ga. ledge same with a written receipt. v was arrested at 3 p. m. Friday I For Rape Suspect
afternoon at Broad and Ashley Bill Provides

Thanking you in advance for your considerationand Streets as he sat in his bright yellow _

help I remain, 1954 Cadillac. Tallahassee The Florida Supreme .

Action On Civil Rights Faithfully yours, Marked Money Court was asked to reverse Long Term For

I Tyner jumped into the,car justas the; conviction of Jimmie Lee Thomas -
J. Metz Rollins, Jr., Treasurer
Inter-Civic Council, Inc. a special agent who had been of Jacksonville convicted Dope Peddlers
Stalled By Southerners Tallahassee, Florida working with Tyner on the case_ July 18 for the alleged rape of a

.... ._ turned; over marked money to white woman and sentenced. to die h_ _hh______ __
The negro .dtiseas boycott 01 city buses"- is rapidly approaching Holmes following the purchase ofa in the electric chair. WASHINGTON -The House

the crucial stage.In quantity of the drug.Confiscates Thomas was found guilty of: passed a bill providing long jail

BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT Bill attacking the white woman on the terms: for illicit narcotics peddlers.It .

a three-quarter page announcement in_the Tallahassee Holmes' arrest the-agents morning of April 29 in Evergreen refused to accept a Senate provision
Washington Action on the civil rights bill suffered another Democrat last Friday the Cities Transit Inc operators of the After Cemetery in Jacksonville and was for the deathpenaliyt in
where they
his home
the outnumbered Southerners on the' admitted that their had been deceased 60 went to
set-back last Thursday when bus lines revenue arrested a short distance from the extreme cases.
of powder -
House Rules Committee caught the civil rights supporters napping: percent and thai they will be forced to suspend operation found in a quantity dollar bilL "Suspecting wrapped scene on May 1. Before the bill is sent to the
least six-day delay in action on the bill. after July 1. 1956. a one .
and forced at a it to contain heroin Tyner Ernest Jackson Jacksonville President for his signature adjustment
Northern Democrats and Republicans Negro attorney handled the appeal must be made between the
: which bent of seeing that it.
Commission confiscated
had the votes to order (R, Ohio). Boiling (D, Mo.., De- The City seems two measures. There was, no immediate -
is discrimination
who contended there -
demands for second to police station : -
their While riding the
the not
Negro -people are
the bill out to the full House for laney (D.. N. Y.), Colmer and colored indication whether the
increase in said Holmes asked to against people
class seating has granted the bus company an. Tyner:
action and a showdown was scheduled fares to make for the loss of Negro business. have the bill on the pretense of: convicted of rape in the handingout death penalty clauce would sur-
Then he declared the meeting up
for 5 P. M. last Thursday.But showing the agents-"how rolled of the death penalty vive.

first some 20 Southern con-I automatically adjourned, subject Observers point out that if the Negro'people are to be that bill" When he got; the bill Whether the statement made by The house hill would raise sen-

gressmen bad permission to ad- to call by himself denied the same privileges on the buses they cannot be expected Tyner said Holmes opened it Thomas were free and valuntary tences for convicted narcotics-

dress the rules committee against. Smith's action washed out the to support the bus lines. And there is agreement on quickly and sniffed the contents and whether admission of the smugglers or peddlers to 5 to 20

the bill. vote arrangements for Thursdayand the attitude that if a portion of ,the citizens do not want to into his nostrils. statement into evidence over objections years for a' first offense and 10 to

After about three hours of this put him back in control at give equal facilities to Negroes those citizens must pay for 'The" agents recovered the bill of Thomas constituted a 40 years on second and subsequent

enough committee members had least for the time being of thcommittee's the exclusive use of the buses. and a chemical analysis at the denial of a fair trial and whether offenses. The present law .,
drifted out of the room to reduce activities. The majority showed the remarks made by the assistant provides 2 to 5 years on first con
the attendance to five-two less had in his phrase ridden There is evidence. : of an attempt to discourage the boycotters state laboratory bill contained heroin. state's attorney before the jury victions, 5 to 10 for second and 10

than a quorum. over" him exactly a week ago and by a series of arrests of car pool operators on flimsy on the made 30 purchases denied the appellant a fair and to 20 for the third.
The agents
Suggests Lack of Quorum acted. scheduled while he warned the hearings he would and vote use;, charges of traffic violations .of heroin and numerous purchases', impartial trial and whether the

Then the Southerners DMiss.) inter- his "perquisites and privileges" as In addition operation of a church bus to transport boycotters I of marijuana cigarettes from Hol- evidence was sufficient to supportthe READ '- .

Rep. Colmer Willis( (D, La.), who chairman whenever he had the : was suspended last Monday following the arrest 'of mes and the others. The heroin verdict were other point- The "Florida .St1f! -!:'
Rep: stressed.
rupted sold for $5 to $10 a "deck"oneshot.
Rev. McTier and one Leroy Thomas. The operation was sus-
making a speech, .and suggested Chance. the.agents purchased Special assistant attorney general Guide'sOn =
was addition Shopping
the absence of a quorum. And he made it clear that Tm pended pending: a ruling from the City Attorney. James In Georgeiff represented >. ". ...
interestediin,calling a meet: MesSerwho Is studying the law to see whether or not the one-sixteenth of an ounce George ; 8
Ya.) count- not I -.s Page
Chairman Smith (D. ..f-.3W .9." .-r' X*... -- for 20. the'state.
edhe five'piesent-Reps. Brown ;ing.- i it operation is legal.


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!.i : THE FLORIDA STAR 'Sot r4or. JUM 23, 1954

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: -' THE FLORIDA} STAR' .: ', 4- }f <<" ,.,....- C"....".. "It"W ..:.'--.. POLITICS AS USUAL

.----" ..... NEWS t ....... ; ,-.' -,-- '"' -- ._. .. ,
; The Flerlfe Star !* .z .. BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
Piro Fibfe Co.V' i : ji1--- ,: *
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I.*IUag Addy u: :': t.i" .. .. '' Returns from the primary suction held in the District of Colum-
F, O. fex 561. JcduMviffe. 1. ,,,riM j Jv' : bia indicate that '
Washington Negroes
"' ; gay strong backiny to AdlaiE.
423 If 4Street; Jeckioarffle; Fkrte. ..... Elite 4-3773, ; s .. Stevenson
Y yf j : in his bid for the Democratic Presidential nomination.
I .
.' J '
ERIC 0. SIMPSON ...__..__L___...... M.... fl Miter S. .The vicionous
CH Pcrium-Joktmi' ____ __..._. News Staff -- i'I" Stevenson slate Butcher Attorney Lawson, Mrs.
:.' ,, :'I< '.''',. was headed by Duncan, and Mr- Williams Mrs.
... '- ... Member of Associated Negro Press > ,. four prominent Franklin Delano Roosevelt cam-

.. 1 Negroes: Dr.
paigned extensively for Governor
r <
; Margaret Just
g-fOM Yet, $5.00; H.tf Yecr $3.00; Three "' ..tld. $1.10 > lJZ-. t Stevenson in the area.
M.tWd Te Ye., Aarvhere la tile Uairtd State .' tS Butcher: of The Washington election marked -
S.I*criftie s ..,.... !. Atfra. Sra4 Checks ... Meney Order. T.: Howard University continuing trend of
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. OX 541 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDATHE : -;=1.: and the for Stevenson
... support throughoutthe
4" --'-=- :" I:;;; Board of Edu-
.F Earlier
A- this
# country.
,: FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: '.- [ t:1: y- cation of Wash- year
carried the
: 1. Negro area
1. Negro F amen. !. Attor-
; in
St. Paul Minnesota by 2-to-l
2.. Mor ze ro Police: Officers. t.'W' 1 .. ney Beleford V. and was victorious
_. on Chicago'ssouthside
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. _-" 4. r'I- -.'- Lawson, Jr. Simpson by a 350-to-1 margin.
4. More and Better School and of the NAACP advocate Mrs.
Speeding Up i. long-time ; Stevenson has scored similar vic-
Building Program. 'P'" Todd Duncan wife of the inter- tories in the predominantly Ne-
tg ." nationally famed singer and Ed-
r grosections of Philadelphia Pittsburgh -

URGE SOLVING OF RACE ISSUE J.Y mund. Williams, local businessman. and the northeastern New

Jersey region during recent pri-
The two-to-one Stevenson vic- maries.

THROUGH HONEST DISCUSSION tory threw another road-block in The District of Columbia pri-
the path of the Presidential aspi:
mary was the first formal election
rations of Seiu,Kefauver and add-
held in the nation's
capital: since
Mississippians were told by the NAACP's top executivethat ed six delegate votes to the Stev- the turn ot the .
this state's racial tensions will settle down when Negroesare enson column at the Democratic century.ROOSEVELT

given their rights as citizens and. that the desegregation National Convention. The Kefauver -

question can be solved "by honest people sitting down and defeat was considered ,by SCORES

talking over ways and means." many to be especially strong KEFAUVERRepresentative .

; i given the fact that his national James Roosevelt
Roy Wilkins, the Association's executive secretary ad- J
dressed a meeting of.NAACP branches here. campaign manager F. "Diggs"Donahue (Dem.. Calif..), eldest son of
isaftats lost in his bid for a dele- Franklin Delano Roosevelt, ex-

Discussing race relations in this state where tensions have gate seat at the Chicago August posed Senator Estes Kefauver's

been high Mr. JVilkms asserted that "there will be no real Convention as well as his bid for "political expediencey" on civil

tranquility no re economic stability, as long as 46 per cent "UNTIL THE COLORED PEOPLES OF THE WORLD ARE FREE" the Democratic National Committeeman rights before a meeting of the

of the,state's population is held down insulted, mistreated, --- ----- from the District of Col- New York Young DemocraticClub
denied voting rights,. and equality in education." He main- LIBRA umbia. this week.

tained:that "outside industry does not want to come to sucha Born Sept 24 thru Oct. 23 Stevenson's success in the elec- "It's no secret" Roosevelt said,

state." Your The 23rd foreshadows the end tion was attributed to his stand on "that in Negro districts in Cali-
Weekly civil rights and his advocacy of fornia, Kefauver made pledges
(A recent has shown that industries of a troublesome health or labor
survey. many are reconsidering -
home-rule and the franchise for which he contradicted in Florida.
plans to move South until racial conflicts die situyation that may have given
Heroscepe GuideWHICH about District citizens. In addition to Dr.: Once he, got to Florida, tie obviously -
down). you concern your future.
felt that he had to back-
You can now bank on the inspir-
"We are told over and over again that everything was. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR ing, influence of a friend to back tract you from your altimate ob- track."

fine between, the races in the' South until the Supreme Court BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL you and to set you 'on a more help to get rid of them once and When told of Roosevelt's statement -
made its ruling or before the NAACP began to 'stir thingsup hopeful and fruitful course (24th). for all particularly when it con- Mrs. Lois Dickson Irish,

,,'"':the,NAACP official noted. "Do they mean the share- By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES Respond to the dictates of your cerns faninces your emotions or Harlem civic leader: observed.

cropping system was fine? Or Jim Grow schools, 'waiting heart in matters that have to do the younger set Let tothing dis- "What Congressman Rooseveltsaid

rooms and trains? Or the Negro jobs and Negro wage scales? with romance children, travel jective once you have arrived at is absolutely correct Anyone

Or sitting in the rear of buses and trolleys, and giving up seatsto CANCER creative urges or pursuits that a decision (29th). who has followed the primary
white people at the order of a bus driver? Or being shot Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 22.thru July 22 have to do with your future de- e5088-15--65-721 campaign closely realizes that

for trying register and vote?" The 23rd could reveal just The 23rd discloses that your velopment and pleasures (25th to Senator Kefauver's statements on
x where the fault Iie5 if have PISCES civil rights change from one day
you mate or customary, trusted ad- 27th). Take things easy and join
Y.'., Arouse Sympathyle encountered obstacles to the at- visor is.the one to help,resolve a your closest companion in social Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 and one place to another." Mrs.

declared that alt over the South our people are standing tainment of your ambitious goals. problem that seems to have been and other restful activities (29th- Your sign advises remaining Irish is co-chairman of the Stevenson .

up 4tO4 personal persecution. Those who hope to stop us Should your mate or other person troubling you for quite a while 30th). cool-headed even under stress. If for President Committee of

with-that-bad.better think of something else. The more persecution close.to you verify that you may especially if it is related to in- 50-99-15-51-243 I you have been hoping for the solution Upper Manhattan.

the more determined we become and the more sym- have to revise some of your.attitudes laws legal questions and deep- to a dilemma affecting Roosevelt represents a predominantly

pathy,we arouse in the nation which are really the factors seated personal handicaps. Monies SCORPIO your personal and domestic life, Negro Congressional dis-
that stand in your: way, take the that are collected, particularly if Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 your wish is quite likely t obe realized trict in Los Angeles Mrs. Irish
Mississippi, Mr. Wilkinscontended, "today it is dan- advice seriously and see what you they run in high figures shouldbe The 23rd clarifies your plans as long as you allow circumstances explained.
gerous-it may take bread from the'mouths of your children, can do to turn a new leaf and get deposited.,reinvested,or otherwise and suggests that cold reasoningis to dictate your actions r The late president's son pointedout
or a roof from'the heads of your family-to exercise" freedom gqing,,.onceJkrno{e with brighterprospects handled:with a view to protection far superior'to emotional think- (24th). Rest and meditation will that in California Sen. Kefauver -
of paBoii BII mmgrtgmiion..- ..66do.n-ol-petftfon'b'r' even freedom for success (24th-25th). as well as for the profit of ing. Should you reverse this pro- enable you to act discreetly (26thto advocated that Federal school

of thought"He Privacy and relaxation are again those who share in your good cess, you can expecf an old prob- 27th). You can again take the aid funds be denied to any state

termed it "one of the tragedies of the present situa- emphasized,especially you have fortune lem connected with speculation initiative on the 28th but only to that does not practice integration..

tion" that "in many parts of the South the white people given yourself to a rather strenuous 2-55-70-14-68-311 joint accounts, children, or romantic enlarge upon and consolidate the But once Sen. Kefauver arrived in

,and the Negroes who want to discuss the question of justice program of merrymaking of interests to return and exact gains made previously. Attemptsto Florida the Congressman added,
and'of segregation are made to keep silent"The late (28th-29th). its final price (24th). There try something new or changethe Kefauver spoke from the other
1 20 16 801 LEO of events cannot workout side of his that "the
seem to be opportunities galore to course mouth saying
NAACP spokesman sharply attacked what he called"a Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 create better living conditions for to your advantage (29th-30th). problem must be worked out

secrefspy system" in Mississippi. TAURUS The 23rd highlights matters that yourself and the family to raise 4-100=: -55:=19=75-303 gradually"

"Informers are to be paid to report on their neighbors,, Born April 20 thru Mar 20 have to do'with your wellbeingand needed cash for home or profes-

what they are thinking and what they are saying. Over in Make up your mind to obtain gainful endeavors. Both sional projects, and to really laya

Soviet Russia, you know, they had a system of paying chil- legal counsel should an oil finan- flourish when you do not strain solid foundation, for_ future se-

dren to spy on their parents We said it was horrible and cial problem persist, and to get it your friendships or dip recklesslyin curity and well-being- (25th to
uncivilized when we heard the Russians were doing it, but resolved once and for all (24th). personal and jqin resources in 27th). PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

here in .Mississippi in 1956,'in the free land of America, we The possibilities of bringing pend- the hope of reaping profits'(24th- 7-50-77-3-63-342! ,
25th A friend could be
are to_ have ,secret police. Spies will tell who smiled at a ing deals related to property or ) new a
Negro yesterday or what Negro said he was sick of Jim large housing enterprises to a con- most agreeable prospect for a SAGITTARIUSBorn

Crow, or what tired Negro woman said she wished she did not clusion are excellent and should closer union for those who are Nor 23 thru Den 21

have to stand up while white men sat in the bus, or what not be allowed to get by you (25thto eligible; or in other instances a This sign discloses that family

white woman thought it was a shame the way Negroes are 27th). If it requires the inter- business partnership may be unity and domestic efficiency are I
treated." vention of a friend to realize your formed. A spirit of give and take, the ingredients that will benefit 7-

hopes in this respect, the 28th is coupled with confidence in yourself your purse as much if not more _

White People vs. Their ConsciencesMr. a good day to solicit it Keep and your future abilities to than the single process of earning

watching where the leaks in your make progress are the ingredientsthat money. The lack of these factors
Wilkins declared that the NAACP is "helping.Mississippi brew .
business social exist and success (30th) can only cause bickering scenes
to redeem itself. We are showing it a path. We can or budget '
them (29th). 9- 9-334 and rapturet"which could be final
plug up
imagine some of difficulties white people are having with
4$6-40-17-63-555 and costly to all concerned (24th-
. their consciences and their inner souls. They are searching,
- and some of them are trying. When they do change over, they VIRGO influences 25th). The that'overtake inspiring and friendly =

will wonder why, it took them so long. They will wonder GEMINI Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 you on

where all the 'trouble' is they expected to find. Born ,May 21 thru June 21 The 23rd recommends a cool the 26th-27th should be used as _
guide posts to better planning
The 23rd makes it possible for head and complete unemotionalism l-
Touching on the question ol Iriterracial marriage, whichhas improved local conditions agreements -
to see the economic advant- when with affairs of _
been\.used by some southerners as a 'reason to continue and closer understandingson _
of collaborating with othersin the heart, children. public and
stgregatecl public'schools, the NAACP official asserted that ages the moral level. Maintain domestic
"ouirwhite folks always fall 'back on that when they can'tthink your professional, as well as marital matters, and in connection harmony by getting together
private world. It should also with official, business or profes-
anything-else. and sharing.all your pleasures
enable you to sense the dangers of sional developments. In spite of I .
"Marriage is a personal contact between two people. We arousing powerful antagonistswho some occurrences, or interferenceof I (29th-30th)

say it is the business of those two people. We are neither for could take active steps to people who are envious or unfriendly 1-40-66-11-76-424

intermarriage nor against it. We want protection for the stall your career and thwart your you should press .forward .J ."" "CAPRICORN

Negro woman and the laws against intermarriage leave her ambitions (24th The 28th is an to attain production goals n/19
Born Dec. 22 thru J
" without protection, free game for any hunter with no legal excellent day for business dealings the desired promotion or the increase -
penalties attached. Statistics show that where intermarriageis especially when you fall in salary you deserve (25th This period should help to bringa

not prohibited by law the percentageis, infinitesimaL" back on your personal attributes i to*27th). You can rely, on your tion long-standing to A climax*problem freeing you or situa from

Maintaining that desegregation "cannot be stopped Mr. and superior mental powers. On mate or colleagues for matters the J handicapping-effects: that it

Wilkins said that "those who attack the NAACP, a peaceful, the 30th, you can again plunge that demand great energy and in- has been having*on your individual -

law-abiding organization, are really attacking justice and whole-heartedly into the social dividual drive so entrust your initiative. This is a'favorable aWRFC 1400

murdering freedom. swim and express yourself in the projects ,and problems to them time to get'your'.finances in order,
ways you like best (28th to 30th
to clear up debts and to collect '

_. SHARE YOUR- WISDOM 5--U--3O-I2-58-203 8-11-10-16-19-:015', the rewards=.oi valuable and pro- KEN KNIGHT
; ductive effort (25th 26th). Con
,- GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955u. tinue to steer clear of people who Presenting
Dr. Thomas R. Gaines -
87 this ceipa. Ucra ..,. slat yenneif. Sod. 10 teats. (DM .... may want to fell you what to do
NEW YORK (Global) Most-people want to, live bravely, !. cote) hr each keresceee ordered by mtlL lacl.". self .4..aaed. with your own-money, especially KNIGHT TRAIN
honestly, and successfully. No normal persons starts out to make a ate.,.. ......... Write '....I,. Tilt effer. don ..t 'apply"t. mi4er in the fields where the risks are
failure of this life. But envy, jealousy and mistrust are allowed to ef the 4o.i.l. ef Ca.... .r' Domestis 8-9 P.M. 12-1
great (27pii pastimes Nightly
i manifest in the-mind, and future shadows are being created. Good
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win is comparable to sunlight. It is warming and rejuvenating. Hateis I\ FXILO. FLORIDA;;-.ur-;; I IMe 6=90885412606AQUARIUS SWEET
always cliilling and destructive for concerned.. Good will is the CHARIOT
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lUe-values. We are here to live life-to live it successfully, we J. IU. I II Born Jan. 20 thru F.b.18 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

must clothe-our.thoughts and activities in the mantle of forgiveness I H... .. The 23rd will throw the spot-

, understanding and,infinite love. AMre..- I II the of the problems Features
.. light on source -
= :_, Living is a, quest, a hunger, a chase after something. Within 'or difficulties thai have been ILUES IN THE

-[. every normal individual is an unquenchable desire to'make life I aP .... ,, !t.t. I besetting you off and on duringthe KNIGHT
life is available to ;
significant-beautiful,.alluring exciting.-Such few weeks. At the
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... you at"thisvmoment "Knock and it. shall.opened unto_youA Ask I o.Ii.t.. ... .******, I time you should find it possible Saturday
and 'vou'-shall receive.it as your very own precious possession. -' .-- -' -- with legal, professional or mirital !

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SOCIAL HIGHLIGHT -. When the Medical. Dental and Pharmaceutical In the second row left seated for a game of bridge are Mrs. Inez Occupying the central spot are standing from left. Mrs. Mildred .
Association held its recent annual conference in Jacksonville Washington. Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. Joan Spaulding and Mrs. Mary Christopher. Mrs. Clarence Smith. hostess, and Mrs. Theodisia Childs.
the social highlight of the meet was the lawn party tendered' byP' ',', W. Simpson. Mrs. EInora Littlejohn is standing. The distinguished / Seated are Miss Anglin Gray,Mrs. Elizabeth Johnson. LawrenceTille

the Ladies Auxiliary of the organization. In the photos above are group at right is composed of Mrs. Bessie Redmond. Mrs. Mary L. Va.,and Mrs. Ruth Bonner. In the center row right pausing for-a
seen some of the socially: prominent ladies who were in attendance at Betsch. Mrs. Bonnie Bush. Mrs. Jennie Henderson Mrs. Miriam bit of refreshment are Mrs. Vanorian SchelL Mrs. Elizabeth Downing.
the- affair held "Avondale..." home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence..1Smith. '> ::d Hampton of Ocala.. Mrs. Claudia'Silas. Tallahassee and Mrs.. Miriam Mrs. Lois Iszard, and Mrs. Theodosia Childs. .

..1$6 Dub Street. w.,.",. Burney. Sitting it out at bottom, left are Mrs. Hazel Anderson. Mrs. Daisy
In the top row left'are Miss Alethia Frazier Mrs. Helen Toney. 5a. Duncan Mrs. Gussie Henry and Mrs. Ann K. Stevens. .In the scene
Mrs. Eunice Pride and Mrs Mabel Laisoo. At Getting ready for another,bridge coolest in the third row left- '
Margaret CeHee Mrs at right are Mrs. J. Lindsay Mrs. Gloria Butler Mrs. Cloveria Baker
right are Mesdames.Jenerte Lindsay Claudia Silas. Virden Bradleyand are Mrs. ,Eunice Joaes Ocala: Mrs. James H. Lewis. Jr. Mrs.Eiixa> Dr.-L C. Haitptea aad Mrs. T. O. Butler.

Gloria Brooks beth Redding and Mrs. Vivian Charts. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOSS.nN.f.

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Pago Four THE. FLORIDA,STA* Saturday June 23, 1U6


"Mid-Summer Tea" To Aid Lewis Memorial Building Drive


Rev. Phillip Brooks Will Be Speaker Refurnes To Airwaves I BYPU Sessions. Mrs. N. Weaver ST.OBSERVANCE JOHN'S DAY SETAll

I In Progress HereThe Retires. From
I For "Mid-Summer" Tea OiSudiyMember Heroines of Jericho. Eastern

.Stars, Daughter of Isis, Heroine

r 53rd annual session of the School System Crusaders, Royal Arch Masons

-s- District Sunday School and BYPU Knight Templars and Sublime
will a I
of the Lewis Memorial AME Church present
Convention of the East Florida :Princesses i 11 celebrate St.John's .
1! unique eve'it to raise funds for the building drive of the church. .T Members of New Stanton Senior -
and Bethany Baptist Association I Day Sunday at 2:30 p. m.
1 The Rev..-PhiUip Brooks; a stu- High School staff and faculty
convened with the Antioch Bap- I in the Second Baptist Church.
dent of at Edward ir'r Mrs. Narcissa Weaver
Theology presented ,
Summer SchoolIn tist Church of which the Rev. J. J. 111. C. II. Henry, Grand Master
Waters College will be guest a homemaking education teacher
Jones is the pastor with services is expecting the full membership
speaker at the"Mid-Summer Tea" with several gifts and a luncheon I I
c ? beginning on Wednesday June 20 and support the Masonic familyat
Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. in the Session Ai r through Sunday June 24. .Wednesday in acknowledgement this time.
home of Mrs. Ruth Newton, 4721 < of the latter's proposed retirement
+ Q. On Saturday at 10 a. m. devo-
Paris Avenue. 4 "M Y from the public school
MatthewGilherl tions will be led by members from system
Mrs. A. M> Champion is chair- the Elizabeth and Mt Ararat. The after 25 years of service. HomecomingAt .

man of the affair, Mesdames Al- Rev. J, C. Sams of the First Bap- Wednesday afternoon membersof

tamese Thomas.Flossie Clark and The Gilbert School Center for tist will conduct the Bible Insti- the Stanton family traveled to 2nd Baptist

Miss Janie Harvey will serve on the summer recreation program is tute followed by reports from the Little Tablot Island where

the finance committee. being conducted daily from 9 a. m. ., z. officers and election. they feted Mrs. Weaver with a _

Mrs. Thelma Kelley and Mrs. to 5 p. m. with a lunch hour from ; The executvie board meetingwill special luncheon in her honor. The Robert Bunkley Club of
Earlene Joseph will be hostesses.I Thursday afternoon the Homemaking District 15 of the Second Baptist ,
at Mathew W. { be held 2
12 to 2 p. m. daily 6 R at p. m. with the
Appearing on the program will i. Gilbert SchooL The program will 4 Rev. C. L. Culver in charge. Council of Duval County Church will observe its annual

be the Rev. O. Simpson, Mrs. Lucille continue through July 27. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. gave a luncheon in her honor at homecoming on Sunday in the

Morrison.. Mrs. Quennie Roberts Six different areas will be'open- with L. J. Chatman and M. Mann the home of Mr. and Mrs. James home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Henry

Mrs. Ruth Newton, Mrs., ed for children of school age at !1& 1C presiding will begin the day's Argrett with all members of the Williams 1471 N. Myrte.!
Gean Littles Champion H The district is under the leadership
George the Center including playgroundfor activities on Sunday. The Rev.J. council present. -

Mrs. Mattie Bishop Arbie Clark.' boys and girls, arts and crafts, L. Hall will review the lesson.At An engraved meritorious serv- of Mrs. Roberta Gallant whois

Jr.. Mrs.Ida Scott the Rev. G. M. industrial arts music, library, 11 a. m, the Rev. Jones will ice plaque was presented to Mrs. president and Silas McKinney,

,Champion James Bailey and homemaking and band music.In C direct the devotional period followed Weaver at the luncheon from the leader.
others. council by Mrs. Georgia Synder. Mrs. Hazel Lewis is chairman of
the playground department f by the sermon by the Rev.C. .
The members of the Lewis Me- James W. Robinson and James E. L. Culver. The award was given on the bais the reception committee, the ushers -

morial AME.Church are present-' Thompson will have charge. Artsand + Song service will begin at 2:30p. of merit for 25 years of outstanding will be directed by Mrs. Fan-

ing the'tea.. in the field and inter- nie Adams and the chairman of
crafts, Charles Waldon and m. and the sermon will be delivered service
The public is invited. est of homemaking education. the program committee is Mrs.
Mrs. Bernice Vance; playgroundfor by the Rev. M. J. Trowell,
girls,.Mrs. Cora F. Ross; indus- alternate by the Rev. W. Demps Verda

Lawford G. Brown of:" the Beulah Baptist Church.
Hood'sEve.lls trial arts Dr. ;
Hilton STARTS NEW PROGRAM Gospel singer Ethel Davenport B'and
band music, George Hill; music The officers include W, G. Pat- Prayer : Sponsors Day SlatedAt
who has been a favorite with lovers of gospel music throughout thecountry
Miss Margurite Ellis; library Mrs. terson as president of the Sunday Spiritual Tea Event Jerusalem
.for a number of years will begin new series'of programs on Baptist
SundayThe Alice Skinner and homemaking, School department; Mrs. A* 1.Pinder. .
Station WOBS on June 23 at 10:45 a. m.
Miss. Emma Holley. Miss Davenport is founder and president of the Triumphant Gospel vice-president of the Sunday The Twelfth Hour Prayer Band Women's Day will be observed

well-known baritone singer Movies will be shown at the Singers Association.'Inc. and will direct the gospel revue which School; Mrs. Dorethea Smith, number 2 will sponsor a spiritual Sunday in the Jerusalem Baptist

and promoter. Milton Hood will Center twice per week. will feature a contest to find the favorite gospel singer or group. financial secretary; A. Heard tea on Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. Church .

celebrate his anniversary on Sun;: Parents are asked to send their president of BYPU; Mrs. M. K. in the home of Mrs. Rosa Lee Mrs. Jessie Terry of the Day

day in New Stanton High Schoolon children out and register in this Gibson, vice-president of BYPU; Hall, 1236 Hart Street Spring Baptist Church will serveas
Fellowship Set Mrs. Barbara Brown, financial
Twelfth StreetMr. program Baplist Ministers The program chairman, Mrs. general superintendent at the

Hood will appear as the For AnniversaryThe secretary, the Rev. C. L. Culver, Louise Nelson and Mrs. Mary Sunday School session beginningat
chairman of the executive board
"Silver Count" and will be accompanied Bryant president have preparedan 9:30: a. m. and Mrs. Virginia
Mrs. S. A. RichardsonDies Will Meet Monday and J. C. Burney secretary of the
by Mrs. Geneva Guy- anniversary celebration of entertaining program for this Mack will review the lesson.

ton who will appear as the Silver In Jacksonville the Sunday School of Fellowship board. affair. The public is invited. The Rev. Mrs. Marie Washington ,

Countess." Rev. H. H. Robinson, president Baptist Church will be observedon Mrs. Celestine Paxton is public assistant pastor of the Walter

Mesdames Azzie Lee Anderson, relations chairman. Memorial AME Zion Church will
Mrs. Sarah A. Richardson, of the Baptist Ministers Brother- Sunday at 9:30 a. m. with a

Mary Ann Crawford and Leola widow of the late ProL A. St hood of Duval.and adjacent coun- program. Club fate deliver the morning message.

Jones will be attendants to Mrs. George Richardson, died Monday ties, has announced that they will Mrs. Ella Johnson will serve as The Merrymakers Social and SPORT DRESS BALL Congregational singing and thewoman's
Cuyton. hold their meeting choir will add to the
morning in Brewster Hospital.She regular weekly guest pianist; David Scott guest Savings Club will sponsor a hay-

The mistress of ceremony will resided at 4526 Moncrief Rd. Monday June 25, at 11 a. m.in the superintendent and Mrs. Liza Ruf- ride to New Berlin Saturday night PLANNED BY YWCA. occasion.
be Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry and Church. Miss Geraldine Harris, a mem-
Bethel Baptist fin, secretary for this occasion.
The deceased was a native of June 23. The truck will stop at
Atty. Ernest D. Jackson! will in- Rev. Hill Jr. will ber of the First Baptist Church
Norris pre Invited to teach the various
Sheffield England and has livedin the following places: 7th and The YMCA Auxiliary in cooper-
troduce the court view the Sunday School lesson classes will be Mrs. U. S. McNeil, will be youth speaker at the 3:30p.
this city since 1899. She was a Davis 7:30 p. raj 4th and Davis ation with James Bolden will present
The three beautiful flower girls and Rev. G. L. Wilkerson will Mrs. Helen Flenoid, Mrs. Shirley m. service and Mrs. Theo Oree
member of St Phillips Episcopal 7:40 p. mj Broad and Ashley 7:50p. an outdoor sport dress ball at
will be Frankie Griffin.Jacquelyn order of the Rev.G. Williamsand from the Central Baptist Church
give the day. Lyons. Mrs. Rosebud
Church. nu: Florida Ave. and Union St the New Lincoln Golf and Coun-
Harden and Gayle Curtis and W. Miller is the reporter.Zion' M. E. Patterson.A will be heard at the evening wor-
A. Florida Ave. and 1st
Survivors include two sons. 8:00 p. m.: try Club on June 29.
Miss Rosalyn Harris will renderthe of the lesson will be ship.6CTTWGUPHIGHTS.
St George Richardson; Jr. 'city..odRobklwrdioni. 7. preview Si. 8:05.,. This affair is being sponsored ,
music. made by' Miss Patsey Davis and y
.C.aJh in 'behalf of
day camp program -
l' ffi ipUrng- onthpro'"granf Ffope' Choir Miss Flora Bell Cummings will
ton, 0.; grandsons Robert Rich- The Minuetts Social Savings I. in an effort to serfd boys
will be Meltonia Cobb Edna
the review.
ardson HI, Cleveland and Arthur Observes AnniversaryThe general Club will meet Monday June 25th I from the parental home to the
Jackson, Alice Burroughs. Bishop .
For the benefit of the entire '
Richardson, city; sisters, Mrs. at 9 m. in the home of Mrs. n vorrtod by"Bla44erWI&tDeIa" lOotUm
p. camp.
Sadie Gibson, Alice Myrick, Char- Sunday School department and Up MicbU (too fraqacat. baroln*or ttehtn -
Olive Green, Canada and Mrs. twelfth anniversary of the Blvins 1336 Davis Street. The support of the public in urination) or 8 roag. Cloudy Urinal
Jie Sampson Jr., Robert Sams, church the history of the duo to aad Bladder XrrtUUooa : -
Mayme Jackson, Cleveland O., junior Choir,4 of the Zion Hope Sunday All members are asked to be this affair will greatly benefit airaiKidn.1: *tet.trattfylnr.eoeaferti&t .
Frank Legree P. J. Williams, the School will be read by Mrs. Doris help.A bimoa OTSTEX tobtouMod
Heavenly Singers, Norfolk Singers great grands and other relatives.WOMEN'S Baptist Church will be observed ,- present so as to complete plans these youngsters. ta partlS yeai pro?. testy sad
Davis. sadly
AlII:flrvccM for arena
Gospel Crusaders Master Sunday with -a program in the for a party. The Bible verse will fatlWctle.cril s7-et01 begin with the letter "Z." Mr. M.
auditorium of the church.
Keys Claudia Jones and Mrs.
Janie,Crittenden. SOCIETY The various junior choirs of the Musical Tea Slated H. Riley is the president and Mr. Learn Commercial Art

A parade commencing at the CONVENES JUNE 29 city have been invited to partici- For Sunday AfternoonThe Jerome Lucas is the reporter.The Start AayrhM. GUARANTEED CALLS

Skyview Theatre at 4 p. m. will pate on the program with the G. I. APPROVED 'SERVICE $3.06

precede the affair.lJI1d Delegates and officers from all choirs of Mt Calvary Baptist home of Mri.;'Vivienne But- Goodwill Saving and Sew AMERICAN

societies of the State will be in Church, Friendly Baptist Church :say. 1110 W. 9th St. will be the ing Circle will sponsor their annual SCHOOL OF ART S.rvici.9 the
attendance June 29-July 1 when and the. Friendship Baptist "Be my guest tea011 Sunday Greater Jackjo-
.meeting place for a musical tea on
RefofofPAIN the annual sessions of the Woman's Church jof Pickett appearing in i from 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of Moved T. New Ucatioa ville ATM
from 4 to 6 for
Sunday p. m. group 10* EAST BAY STREET
numbers and 'Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Lessenne. 2011
Serv- spiritual gospeL
Society 2 of choir 2 of Grant Memorial tad Floor I EL 3-4366
ice convenes at the Ebenezer Miss Marva") Hilton will serveas AME Church. McMillan Street.

Methodist Church. mistress of ceremonies. A program with Samuel Cherry.
A been
has arrangedfor
J. L. Mrs. Gertrude Hatcher. Mrs. Jen-
The,State President
the occasion with some of the :
Dixon and her assistants are nie Colson. Mrs. Mattie Everett RITZ THEATREFriday
fa. PAINS .f HCAOACHC. J.ruu" following persons .participating: '
Ladies Auxiliary Mrs.. Susie King. Mrs. Ethel Watts
S1*. KEURITI wit STAN BACK TA Bt.ETB.r working toward success- for this Mrs. Annie Bell Pugh, Mrs. Beat-
POWOCMK. TANIACK i* and Mrs. Carrie Peoples participating and
June 22-23
Mt S .*. mtntttut ftrmutm tTAN occasion. Of Railway Group rice Copeland Miss Marion Gai- -
BACK ..mhia.s ......at _sally ..."... The local society of Ebenezer : will be present. Mrs. Francis *
ther Mrs. Alvenice McQueen, "FIVE GUNS' WEST"and
aoia htiawwtI.I"" .*. My ta Uk .... Celebrate BirthThe Allen will introduce the mistress
TM dried .*.etiv -- -
__. I of ceremonies. '
MU\.TlPU sir./s.f a.r.La : .
-. nIief......sszy ad t.as1.. second anniversary cele- Milton, Mrs' Georgia Benjamin, "FANGS' OF THE WILD"
Mony MC.m.a..yi-t pant I Mrs. Mae Kennedy and others. I
bration of the Ladies Auxiliary to ,-
TeelTANACK E.m For EYE GLASSES Visiting choirs and boards and ,
SiisftB the International Association of Bible School Opens Sunday Monday
ApIMtAa., I I Call er SM throughout the city have been invited .
""- Railway Employees will be ob- LAST CHANCE! -
v.-v. a_ I JACK ANDERSON served Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. in to attend. II At New Zion Baptist THESE PICTURES WILL (POSITIVELY NOT BE
IIIreti 1 308 W. Ftnyth the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter .
WORKING PEOPLE Clayton. 1251 Kings Road. After Service Event ,
.. will begin Monday in the First -
Hamilton I... Cheatman will introduce -
1 I
At BornMrs.
Set First
New Zion Baptist Church with OF FRANK JAMES"Tuesday
Ernest D. Jackson, Attor-
Mrs. Ruth D. White as principal.
at Law, who will deliver the I
ney Ozzie B. Williams will Jse Parents of all children are
Wednesday Thursday
$$$ LiokWho.SsIn JacksoMville $$ main program address.A will be presentedwith the sponsor for the Celestial Spir- urged to register them for- this "REVENGE OF CREATURE"

itual Singers on Sunday when program which is planned to build
talented of the city
they will in an after serv- people spiritually. *
appear young
Luck Success Money participating and the 3A Improve- "MAN WITHOUT A STAR"
: :: ice in the First Born Temple. The
ment League will be the honor
program is scheduled to begin at ACHING MISCLES

BISHOP ROBERT HINES of New York City, one guests.-Invitations have been extendedto 9 p. m.

Selections to be heard will be"He's Relieve piss .. tire4. ......chief _.usties -
who has helped thousands all over the world will the various clubs, railway local
with STANBACK.UM4a er pwd.ra
Using Me, "Let God ,. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
auxiliaries and organizations to TANBACK acts fast krutf *mfrti t
be in City June 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th at Abide" and other numbers plan- r.lief...Mu_the IT AN BACK f.1I1a l
attend. comfort to ....;a. .f v.rml 1 prripti* ,typo te>.
His advice has been ned to bring spiritual
1111 Cleveland Street.
fr.di.ats i for fast relief ef,pate LOW PRICES.
the listeners.
success, money, love, luck and a way to highwaysof
.success. If you desire to buy a home, car, go i On Your
worried -Bladder Wesknwcost-
into business, start a bank account, you shouldsee 1l1MA&. Cp. burn HltnU er or Bed ttchinf Wetttnf.orlnmUaa to*)tr ortroar .- CHAMPION'SMEN'S .

this great man of God when he comes to this common 8meUl.Kldoey.and.Cloud Bladder? Orl.Irritation..due,. DRUG STORE NEEDS
try CTSTKX for quick help. SO BM WEAR
city to Heal and help all. Religious, Business: pro(1st**tor safety CYHTLX.for rouac wider and noney-back old. (oar-* Factory-To-You -
_CH. 8ee how fU$ fOIl IIDpro.... ;
Trade With Your
Family and Domestic Problems Solved. For an Neighborhood Drug Store

.call EL 6-9198. .

appointment. BLONDIE'SFor.a Nylon Stretch Sox .:.. ...........:..'. 3 pairs $1.00First We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

'. BISHOP ROBERT HINES Hair Styling Quality Your Local PapersWOOD'S .

To Suit Any Occasion Short Sleeve Sport Shirts "'...-":".'''' .... $1.59

Jacksonville Florida Very Reasonable Rates Cool: Summer Weight ; "' DIXIE PHARMACY

Dress Pants ..... .,." ...: ::.. .V-:......:.... $3.98
1137 W. Church Street 1302 KINGS ROAD mt MYRTLE AVENUE
NOTE: Anyone knowing the location of Mr. Amy Type Twill Khaki Gwy PHONES El 3-357-

Roy Singleton, should have him contact our Give Ui m Trial Work Pants. ... ........:'. ._........................:. .. $2:98: w. Deliver W. Alt fill All Dortori' fntcrlftlomi

Bishop. Mr. Singleton served. in 367th Infantryat Phone EL 3-9529 PAY YOUR LIGHT. WATER AND TELEPHONE
Camp Clairborne, La. TINY MAl ApvoiMtwieiits THOMAS fee*. 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 BILLS AT OUR STORE

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Saturday, J.ae 23, 1936 THE lLORlDA STAR Page Five

:Hawkins Moves To-= .. Speed- .Admission. To U. of F. I: **


Supreme Coir! Asked To Issue Order Christian Aid Society, In Meeting About Peeple k E r !

Direciiig Uiiversily To Admit Him i ->-_ __ ...- : .. J. .'; ':.. ;;\ *
{ f v Mrs. Elizabeth Carr. sister of *
.1 '?
j : : \.. Mrs Ethel Davenport Bannister.is *
Daytona Beach Florida Virgil Hawkins has made another ;<:. { convalescing from injuries received -

move to speed up his seven-year legal battle to gain admittancetothe l .I: ;;, ::11 in an automobile accidentin *

University of Florida law school i ijtawkuls yto
j 3 Philadelphia. Pa. Mrs. Carr resides *
is petitioning the Flor-I <' at 1816 Reed Street

ida Supreme Court' to order him time as the brief of the board of 1 .... *
'I .
admitted to the school "as imme- controL _?- ,- Members reported: ill from the

diately as admission is available I I n .Cr ML Calvary Baptist Church are:

to any other first qualified student -! ,p y'e Mrs. Mary Williams of 1516 West ; ,11e4t6o&4cZ

'. Asa Carter SaysCommunists p RAI R 15th Street and Mrs. Ora Lee

Horace Hill Hawkins attorney- j # Riley of 1912 Durkee Drive.

said a motion to that effect was .

sent by mail to Tallahassee on Use Mrs. Vivian Robinson, 'a mem-

Tuesday.The ber of Choir No. 2 of Central CME *

motion asks the state tri- Negroes To TearGovernment 6. 4 a Church, is convalescing in her

bunal to issue an order directingthe ,home at 1540 Evergreen Ave.,

university's board of controlto *
Up A Up of the Pepsi Cap t.
with U. S. I I
comply a Supreme The following members of these outstanding y..ag

Court ruling that Hawkins shouldbe Abyssinia Baptist Church are reported Americans who 'make our

admitted with no further de- Washington Asa (Ace) Car- | recuperating in their country and our communitya
i better In hie-to to live.
ter, an Alabama prosegregationleader homes bi\. ; Rosa Lee Thomas of

lay.Since the ruling the State Supreme addressing a meeting of :1 C44 Court F and Mrs. Mary Walton -1 *

Court Commissioner, Cir- the District of Columbia White tl r of 1325 Myrtle Ave. *.* *

cuit Judge John A. Murphree has Citizens Council said: that Com

held a hearing in Gainesville to munist integration are using Harrison Webb continues ill in *

determine when Hawkins could the colored'people to tear: up the _n __ .___ ___ ..nw his home at 1232 Cleveland Street. *
be admitted without creating public frame work of the Federal Gov- He is a member of Central CME

mischief. ernmentHe IN SESSION-Members of the Christian Aid Society. No. S of Si. Paul ,AME who gathered for their Church. *

With a report of the hearing in said Communist front organ- regular meeting are seen here. Seated left to right are. Mrs. Bernice Powell Mrs. A. R. Morgan Mrs. *

hand, the state court gave Haw- izations are persuading large Emma Hickson. Mrs. E. Guyton and Mrs. D. Adley. Standing are Mrs. S. J. Howard. Mrs. B. PowelL Mrs. Gladys Woodard of 1117 *

kins until June 11 and the board groups of colored people to pool I Mrs. M. R. Russell. Mrs. F. Peterson and Mrs. B. Johnson. Durkee Drive and a teacher in the

.of control until Tuesday to file their votes like poker chips and Duval County Schools is confined *

additional briefs. throw them down for Redbackedcauses. to her home as the results of injuries *

Hill ignored the hearing in I GEORGIA COLLEGE Allanlans Offer received from a falL She is
Pay Sugar Gels
Gainesville after saying the U. S: Douglas Carter, brother of the REJECTS NEGROES I the wife of Horace Woodard and *

. Supreme Court ruling left nothing leader, stpod near the door of the the daughter of Mrs. Hannah Miller 'a7 -

more to be decided. He declinedto meeting in a downtown hotel and Atlanta Georgia State College For SegregationAtlanta I To DefendTitle : of Green Cove Springs.Mrs. I

submit a new brief and his with other members of the council of Business Administrationof *

motion for immediate admittancewas refused admission to representa- Lettie L. Manning a for-
Atlanta, Georgia, refused to ThC''State'
Board of lAMES MO!ROE *
calculated to reach the Florida tives of the colored press. enroll NEW YORK Sugar Ray mer registered nurse of Florida A
three in their
Negroes Summer
provided extra to
Supreme Court at the same The executive secretary of the because Robinson has been on the receiv and M Hospital and infant son Mathew 14. Gilbert *
courses their High SchoolPepsiCola
applica- house, teach and transport 700
district White Citizens Council, tions not ing end of another $100,000 offerto Terry, flew to Ft. Carson. Colo., .
were complete.Two
colored pupils in Laurens County dealers give *
Issue John Kasper, charged Washing- and defend his middleweight title to join her husband 2/LL RobertL. honors to this forward
Integration women a man were
rather than assign them to a new
ton's commissioners, with lying which brings the total offers up Manning who is now a combat inarching young citizen *
denied admittance the
to school
who is president of Student
school in a white neighborhood.The -
On Texas Ballot $200,000 since his second victoryover Council, member of
when they said integration was because all must bear engineer platoon leader in Com-
applications decision was reached after concert and marchingbands *
working in the'nation's capital He endorsement two alumni of the Bobo Olson. pany C of the 12th Engineer Bat- is actively engagedin

Austin, Texas-The Texas State :also criticized the press as the institution. The rejected trio Board Chairman Whitman, Jr., The first offer of $100,000 came talion 8th Infantry Division.LL scouting scoutmaster.serving as junior *
were asked if the Laurens County
Democratic Executive Committee I of the from Utah's Gene Fullmer who Manning is former graduate
greatest enemy people, accompanied by two Atlanta Board of Education'could a *
placed the issue of school inte- I apart from the politicians. preachers and Barbara... Hunt guaran- won an overwhelming victoryover of the public schools of this
I a tee that the "school will not bedynamited"
highly-rated Charley Humezof ** *
gration and intermarriage of the stenographer in the Pittsburgh city and Florida A and M University -
if the colored students :
races on the state Democratic pri- I Recreation'Program Courier's Atlanta office.J. France. The latest offer of a and the son of Rev. and Mrs. *
start using the $232,000 '
guaranteed $100,000 was made by
mbary ballot for July 28. D. Blair, the registrar, said Joshua Manning of this city.
The committee sair its actio At A. L. Lewis School structure. Babe McCoy who wants to see *
the ruling was made recently to
I Paul Jones, Jr., attorney for the Robinson the
meet California
under Texas law Pricilla Watson the -
was mandatory tighten entrance regulations at Miss daughter *
board, said he was not certain,
because had received petitions .: Serving on the staff for the the school The Board of Regents "Golden Boy" Art Aragon. of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Kelsey of m'Y
since the board him
had not is *
given ranked seventh in the
:tarrying 153,868 signatures.The summer recreation program at A. passed the ruling in a recent ses instructions Aragon 1758 W. 9th Street left the city
on the question.The
committee found that 145,- L. Lewis Elementary School is, middleweight division. His latest Friday for Los Angeles, Califor- *

822 signatures would hvae been Mrs. Gloria Holmes, art and Mrs. school was built in the fight was against ex-lightweight nia as a delegate for the Sunday
sion.FRATERNAL Brewton community around a for- *
sufficient under Texas law to Amelia Malone, playground.Mrs. champion Jimmy Carter. Aragonwon School and BTU Congress.Miss .
all-white building to ,..
NOTES mer save from Carter.
place the questions on the primary Lola Moses, general super- Watson is a member of the

ballot visor, announced the program will money. Another offer to fight Robinson Shiloh Baptist Church.

The three page motion lists the continue for six weeks. .Pallbearers Lodge 20 will meet Two" factions from" the"" county without any guarantee in money, Also attending the convention is ..

various rulings so far on the case The program includes art, play'I Monday night June 25th at 7:30p. were repr sent d t..the"board'smeeting was made by Bobby Boyd who recently Airs. Blanche ,Hill,--Mrs.v>,Rubic t"I t ....
but neither would Milo Savage lessonin
as reasons why the order shouldbe ground activities music and li-1. m. in the Mt Lillia Baptist agree gave Kitchings, Mrs. Lennie Sutton
where the responsibility lay for the world.
entered. brary. Church 2nd and Jefferson Sts. pugilistic Mrs. A. B. Coleman and L. J.
building the colored school in Deaf ears apparently have been "
close proximity to the white turned against the McCoy offer i JOSEPHINE E. HALL
Mathew W. Gilbert
neighborhood.The the recent Coast investigation -
since HUB School
x Miss Gene E. Hopkins daughter -
700 colored pupils involved, against McCoy. A spokesmanfor Great admiration is given
of Mrs. Elizabeth Debose of Miss Hall, a member of
will apparently have to attend the International Boxing Club I IIA class and honor stu- _
754 W. Duval SU left the city dent. She is historian of
school again in five buildings they said the IBC will have nothing to I attend schoolat New Homemakers 'o f
Monday to summer
$ w w ak have been using in the past do with McCoy. America Club president,
Florida A and M University. of Methodist Youth Fel-
ty A.x lowship and secretary of
Tallahassee. Miss Hopkins is a Church School.

sophomore at the University. *

q u r taw.,' ,, Lionel Hampton i "Ox" Clemmons * *

S ':4bfa v YQ.a Mrs. Mary L. Thomas continuesill

-L Files Suit ForThreeMillion 'AI! Edward Waters Mrs.in her Thomas home at is 810 a Nadie member lane.of **

ki1: $ For Summer Stint serves Bethlehem-on Usher Baptist Board Church No. 2.and .y *. .-


New York-Lionel Hamptonand Mrs. Gladys V. Woodard of 1117
Serving on the staff of Edward *
his business manager-wife, Durkee Drive is confined in her
Waters College for the summer is
filed suit home from injuries received froma *
Gladys, ,have a damage Edward "Ox" demons head
in Federal Court asking for the falL Mrs.Woodard is the wife of
coach and athletic director of e *
of based Horace Woodard and is also em-
sum $3.216,736 on an
Morris Brown College, Atlanta,
I IS auto accident on U.S. Route 85 ployed as an instructor in the *

( nrKa near the Mexican line. Ga.Coach former public school system.Louisville r'r
T. Clemons, was
and 27 *
The Hamptons mem- head coach at the college and has

bers of the band are asking for !coached at Lane College Rust Begins w w .

..' the three million plus sum from '
," College and Morris Brown. He is Integrated Schools WILLIAM JEROME *
Coach of New-
the Charter Corp
a graduate of Morris Brown : ALEXANDER
ark. N. J. and the Firestone Rub- from I *
the masters degree
Mathew W. Gilbert
Louisville Ky.-.About twelve
ber Tire CoIn their complaint
New York University and will High School *
coach colored students were among the .
they they chartered a
teach basic physical education 1
Alexander is a populareastside
750 enrolled for summer coursesat
tires *
bus with rented
company The fundamentals of foot- youth ana member
coutses. School Mon- at 11A-1 class where
Manual High on
from Firestone for a- tour and ball and basketball will be he is honor student. Heshows *

that on Oct. 1, 1955 a tire blew day.The great possibilitiesin
the field of writing and
and colored
white public *
out near Socorro Mexico was chosen as reporter of

;w ec tCw, ; The bus then fell into a clvert school students attending classesin his class: *
s ;;A
.,.,IjS injuring 'seriously the occupants Mrs. I Irene A. Baggs Kentucky's largest city was .
in *
with Lionel himself, shaken. up the first time history. *

:: for months. f Sponsors Musical TeaMrsJrene The change in school policy, ..

____ which will be followed by full
'S r A. Baggs will spon-I integration of the public school Coagretulariom: from Pepsi ,
Cale these. three Merit .
sor a Musical Silver Tea Sunday system next fall went off quietly Award to wuiMralLJtte !
Boycott June 24th at 3:30 p. m. in the I with no incidents reported. .
'flih basement of St Paul AME .* to Pepsi Merit Award
day. sal tatioas e* Pepsi Cole.
very<< t'o Idea Rejected Church. DAYTIME AND EVENINGSTV TEEN TIME. WRHC 1400.; -
44Godefroy's There will be lots of tots, teen- M JOUr diet Saturdays 10
SERVICE ... 11 A.M. ..
talent scout fashion $3.
agers on pa-
Code Miami The Miami Chapter of CALLS W
Laricuse Hair Coloring You can depend upon rade. *

can make your: hair as lovely froy's Larieuse the famous brand the NAACP rejected the idea ofa Friends are invited to witness STEVENS TV '

as you wish it could be... gives in the red box. known a pyouthfulcolortograyhatr..adds boycott of Miami,buses to force FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE *
this unusual affair by these very
proved, for more than 90 years. fi integration.A of Call EL 6-0894 *
talented people. Plenty
glowing new color to drab Get it at your favorite cosmetic .r,;Lis resolution condemning boy- young I G..N.teed Work:
refreshments will be served.
colorless hair.starts .look.counter
: you this day *
very cotts as "untenable" was passedat
ing younger, lovelier..this veryd
: > In ISjUtteratg shades. a mass meeting of about 400 *

persons and NAACP leaders of i

the St James AME Church. $25OOOK El* AREALKILL *

E. L. Davis Grave's law part-

5 ner said the fight is not with the

uSt bus company but it is with the

people who pass_and refuse to revoke ,,

sYgep& ) resolution segregation passed laws.A at. the meet- A3K F0R tiff AILS -II aM4pf 1 Pepsi Cob

Dealers af
_____________ ing said that bus ,segregation is

2. eo1.Gw'si.ri.. 3.eta. color "I 4..... outdated that:Miami Transit Co. J.ckseaviae'Refresh
: 1.SH.yeehorhor..lhM. AWt +. ...4. ........- trot .....
b a..ri....ia G.d.tr.y a rdb handy ppk t I should employ colored drivers on
4iredeL cW':p.dua.. ... : yf...... sryM.
tmi..u.1 .. colored lines and,that legal actionbe I

It : \\I started to end bus segregation. I .."..t flUUf BAT* a Pepsi!


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F.g. Six "THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday June 23, ''1956


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

Nirik are iga a Swimming! Team YMCA Day Camp f Pomona, Park ,NewsBy 1Laymen's League Woman Man Is Arrested Found Dead Satsuma NewsMrs.

I Meets Jefferson Club On .June 29th OpensNoiday Mrs. Florence McBride I Aoial Cornelia Shorter
I. degree :Miss Clara Mae Wilson spent

I.I I Heel 3-5 murder charges were placed last weekend in Daytona visitingher
The Washington Terrace Park Swimming Club of High Point Services: at ML Tamo Baptist Jily against George Neal in connection aunt and uncle.

North Carolina will compete against the Jefferson Swimming Club The YMCA Day Camp program Church were'most enjoyable thru- with" the death of Mrs. Laura

of this June'29 at 6 P. M. will begin on Monday at 8 a. mat out the day. Sunday School was
.. The Laymen's League of the Riley Smith. Neal is being held Mr. and Mrs. R. Shorter visited
-- -- Dames Point New Berlin.
The.North Carolina team nas enjoyed by all who attended- The in Baker without
11th Episcopal District will hold County jail Deacon Jack Simmons lyast Sun-
Parents are requested to regis-, Superintendent Deacon Otis McBride -
always been a strong contenderfor ricka Davis, Elouise Robinson, : its annual worship and convention bond. day in the Flagler Hospital in St.
ter the boys at the branch YMCA Sr.presided.The pastor de-
the team championship of Elizabeth Gilliard, and Miriam Jon July 3, 4 and 5 at Ft. Myers, Sheriff Asa Coleman, Jr. said Augustine, Florida. Friends are
that state and is also, one of the on Broad, Street and are asked to livered an inspiring sermon thru-
Burney. Florida. the woman's body was found asked to visit him.
Negro send their children with lunches out the day.Pallbearers.
few swimming teams ->
The eight annual conferences, Sunday morning on the porch of
and wearing comfortable clothes.
with the AAU. lay presidents officers and elect- her"next door neighbor, Mrs. Be- Friends are asked to visit with
All athletic equipment will be Lodge, 187 held its
will White Rose Ushers
North Carolina
bring along
ed delegates are the participantsin atrice McClain. Rev. Henry Cummings who is re-
furnished by the YMCA. annual election last Sunday after-
thirty-seven persons. This group the total activities of the in his home after
Set For AnniversaryThe con- Mrs. McClain told the sheriff covering an
will consist of thirty-one swim- The bus is scheduled to pick \ip noon. TheDistrict Deputy85' All
vention. laymen interested in accident
mers and the remaining" six will bays on the west side in front of present preside over this :- Neal beat the woman about the
the church and its func-
White Rose Usher Board of the Y office at 8 a. m.; Blodgett tion. face and neck Saturday night
consist of chaperones, assistantsand tion as well as the place of the Members in the sick
the First Baptist Church will observe Homes on Davis Street at 8:30 a. during a altercation at the Smith reported

traiijers. Clubis its anniversary Monday at m.; 21st and Moncrief Road at The Christmas Savings'Cub laymen in the church are expected house. When the man left Mrs. list are Mrs. Carrie Bell Jenkins
The Jefferson Swimming
8 in the auditorium of the to be in attendance. Smith went to the McClain residence and Mr. Walter Wilson. Friendsare
train p. m. 8:45: a. m. On the east side at had its bi-weekly meeting-last '
in its second week of
now Some- of the committee leadersare asked to visit them.Pharmacy .
church. Jessie for help. She laid down on
and Florida Ave. at
9 a. m. Wednesday night in the home of
ing and is working outoa a
twice daily schedule at the Jef- A program has been arrangedfor The bus will return in the after- Mrs. Carrie Herlong- Felix White district president the porch and was found dead thenext
J Seay, host conference president
this affair and the various noon at 5 p. m. morning.Her .
fersOn pool 12 to 1:15 p. m. and Rev. J. C. Williams host School
4:30to6p.in. boards of the city have been invited -< Camp fee is..$3 per week per Pair Sentenced For pastor, body was taken to Duval
Dr. J. C. SurrenCY7'host presiding
in to witness and participateon boy. County morgue at Jacksonville,
There will be competition
elder Mrs. Juanita Lewis Mrs.
Reckless Driving Ai FAHU WinsAccreditation
four divisions: Midget, Junior, this program. Inez Sparks, Mrs. Rachel James, where an autopsy showed death

Intermediate and Senior boys and Other activities for the church's A Mrs. Ruth Watson Mrs. was caused by a blow-on the head
Tallahassee Mrs. Verbena R.' Dorothy
from a blune instrument, accord-
girls. program will include baptismalrites WOBSPROGRAM Boter, Mrs. Willie M. Hart and
McPherson a school teacher here,
I ing to the sheriff.
The public is invited out to the on Sunday during the eve- others.
was sentenced by Judge Lawrence
practice sessions. The admission ning hour of worship. Sunday
SCHEDULE Renfroe to 10 days in jail and was The association requires all Tallahassee The School of
to the swim meet is ten cents for School meets at 9:30 a. m. at
ordered to pay a fine of .$200 or persons to possess membershipcards I i Pharmacy at Florida A and M
children and twenty-five cents for which time the pastor will review MONDAY FRIDAY serve 90 additional Hays and re- of their respective clubs I NanSough! I University for colored has been
adults. the lesson. The Rev. Sams will deliver .
*/ Sip Ca stamped by the FTA the American I
voked her driving license for driv- or placed on the list of accredited
Members of the Jefferson boys the message at 10:50: a. m. Ill .lJ Capsule Newt Weather _
la 1t1. Heaven' Read (MelTin. ing while intoxicated and drivingon Association on or be- colleges of the American Councilon
team: James West, Nathan Wal- ,and ? p. m. The BYPU meeting Grace) fore August 12.Negroes. PENSACOLA-The sheriff's department -
the side of the highway. Pharmaceutical Education according -
:II *T1 Capsule Newt Weather
ker, Frank Timmons, David Hear- at 5:45
begins m.
received Sun-
i p. a request
1:13-:10 Tb.'Kld (Bob Hudson) Charles O. Payne was sentencedto to an announcement made
ing, Robert Montgomery, James S0 13 Capsule Newt Weather
and locate Melvin
The District Junior Women 'of .43 -,,:" The, Kid (Bob Hudson) six months in jail after he day to try by President George W. Gore, Jr.
Brown Willie R. Thomas, Walter 1:80 ,*3 Newt SeekingUse Smith mill worker of Can-
; the East. Florida and Bethany Capsule Weather paper
pleaded no defense to a charge of The action followed approval of
1:13 II:" Jumpia wtth Johnny
Jr Willie Peterson Theo-
Mean, tonment who last leaving
Association will was seen -
Baptist sponsor Mohnny Shaw)
willful and wanton reckless driv- the School of Pharmacy as a
dore Peterson, Lawrence Moman, silver tea from 4 to 6 p. m. in the 11:111113 Capsule-Newt Weather Of CourseMIAMIThe his home at 8 p. m. Wednes-
11:13 1140 Gospel Train Number One ing. Payne was"arrested following "class A" college by a three. mem-
Jr., Lawrence Jones, Johnny
r educational building. (Melvia Grace) day.
an accident in which one I ber committee.
114 1143 Capsule Newt Weather person
Lane, 'Paul Cummings, Kenneth : Deaconess board 1 will meet 1143 12:M Gospel Train Number One was killed and three seriously in- Sheriff Kendrick said Smith left The School of Pharmacy was
Leon Campbell, Rich- (Melvin Grace) i Federal Govern-
Sunday in the home of Mrs. Rebecca 124*.- 13:15 Local News (Joyce jured. I home accompanied bjr a 13yearold created by a 1949 legislative act
ard Jones, Thomas Hines, William Davis 616 Everson Street at Joyner) ment has been asked by four West
II I boy, George Smith, en routeto The first class was admitted in
12:15 1230 Man on Street (Shaw *
Hines Clarence Wingate, Riley Palm Beach to
Negroes that
4.p. m."District. Hudson) open the Bronx, N. Y. to visit his 1951 and two persons received
Thomas, Julian White Julian 12M 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyaer) I city's municipally owned golf
21 wilfmeefin the 12:45 140 A Woman's World (Joyce Orange ParkThe daughter, but has not as yet ar bachelor degrees in pharmacy in
Walton, Jr, Marion Hill, Bobby Joyner) course to them.
home of Mr and Mrs. Patterson, rived. 1945.Three graduated last
I:" 1:13 Capsule News Weather persons
Rivers, Wilbert Ford, and Eugene Warren Collie, Carney Green,
1639 W. 15th Street at 4 p. m. and 143-240 Gospel Train, NumberTwo congregation of the St. Smith is described as being very year and one this year.
Oliver. (Melvin Grace) Cartrell Gaines and Arthur Davis
the Senior Mission will meet at 240 243 Capsule News Weather John Baptist Church, Choir 1 and. dark, slender build, age 34, weight
Jewel said turned from
Girls team: Holloway 243 340 Gospel Train Number they were away
Pearl Thomas, Willie M. King; 5 p. m. at 709 Florida Ave. 3:003:13. Capsule Two (UclTla News Grate* Weather) Usher Board 1 will accompanythe I the golf course on May 24 and 165 Ibs. and 5 feet 11 in. tall with PATRONIZEFlorida

Johny M. Gilbert Mary J. Ben- 343-440 ampin with Johnny pastor, the Rev. R. W. Jack- pleaded for relief under the 14th brown eyes and black eyes. Star

nette Velma L. Frazfer Rosland 440-443 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)* Weather son to the Friendship Baptist amendment to the U. S. Constitu Anyone seeing this man or

Howell; Norma Bennette, Fred- Man Drowns TryingTo 443 540 Jumpln Johnny with Shaw Johnny) Church, Pickett on Sunday to con-! knowing'of his whereabouts con- AdvertisersOSSIE

Swim Lake 5:.. 543 Capsule News Weather duct the services. tion.A hearing on. the suit filed by tact the sheriffs office or Smith's

543 1:11 Jumpla(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) Friends from sister churches, Ft. Lauderdale colored citizens sister-in-law Mrs. Cora Smith,

"Howard's"TV 0110:13 Capsule Newt Jk Weather are invited to accompany the: asking integration of that city's 313 Pearl Street, Moss Point, Mis- COATS
Orlando George Wake of $43 1:38 The Kid (Bob Hudson) I
SATURDAY group and witness these great municipal golf sched- sissippi, telephone number 6341.
course was
SERVICE Zellwood met his death when he 1It Sip On
services. Charier Bus LineLet
uled for
attempted to swim Mahaffey'sLake 40 43 Capsule News Weather Thursday.
43-140 Heaven's Road (Melvin Miam colored citizens have
Guaranteed Work with accord- Grace |
a companion, ,:II ':13 Capsule News' Weather ORANGE PARK, Fla.-Mr. and sued for admission to that,city's the OSSIE CHARTER BUSES
RADIO DISPATCHED ing to deputy sheriffs here. He 743 140 The Kid (Bolt Hudson) Mrs. George Allen, Sr. had as LEARN TO DRIVE Take You for Your Beach Ovting.
municipal The is due
; 40 43 Capsule News Weather course. case We Have Low Special Rating for
was 35. .41 040 The Kid (Bob Hudson' ) their guest,recently_ Amos Hum for bearing before Judge Joseph The Quickest The I....*tWay Churches Schools, Clubs BedOrgeeiaetio
I. 1:11 Newt 4k Weather
allL.$3. J. W. Moore was killed when 1:0 -- II=- Jumpin Capsule with ..I.loh.UlJ' phrey.of HastingFlorida.Amos :. Lieb. To Lean .s.Phone.
-. the car in'which he was riding ( Shaw) is the of Mr. and
111A3 Capsule News Weather son AJAXDRIVING
No Extra Charge for Nights overturned injuring four other 1043 1140 Gospel Train, Number One Mrs. Ulysses Humphrey and the EL 6-8245

and Seeaavs! persons, one seriously. The Flor- 1101.1113Melvin News Grace)* Weather nephew of the Aliens. He is alsoa CROSS BURNED SCHOOL 1543 West Beaver Street

Phone EL 6-2049 ida Highway Patrol reported, the 1143 1240 Gospel Melvin Teeth Grace Number) One student of the Walter E. Harris IN OCALA CALL EL 4-0639 BARBARA ADKIN

driver: lost control of the car whenhe 120112:15 Local Newt (Joyce School in Hastings. Secretary
Joyaer) George Perpena
attempted to pass another 12:15 1230 Man on Street (Shaw ft Ocala A small wooden cross RAYMOND TAYLOR

machine. 12:31-12:45 Job Hudson Mart), (Joyce Joyner) Eugene Allen, son of Mr. and I I was burned in front of the Para- 1134 W. 5th Street General Mil....',

ACHING MUSCLES UU.ItI A Joyner Woman's) World (Joyce Mrs. George Allen has completed dise Juke where one colored man

140-143 Capsule News ft Weather eelementary grades at Orange was killed by another recently, -
Even tiny fingernails get dirty! I:1JIt Gospel Train, Number '
-.....* ..!*. of tir+t. .... MIll", owe- Just baby's little nails Two (Melvin Grace) Park Elementary School and will according to police reports.
....with STAN BACK,uklet*..eoweomTANBACK scrape 240 243 Capsule News ft Weather enter Dunbarm High School in Police who investigated said the
....lost to ferine eemforttaa gently over a piece of soap, then 243 340 Junpia with Johnny i
Green this falL there about 9
(Johnny Shaw) Cove Springs cross was put or
e.U.e.-.b.a.s.the IT AN BACK fenmiU swab them with soft wet brush. '
... ....,.. a 340 343 Capsule Newt ft Weather 9:30 of in
imsi reoerietioA 1ftIIIf tre .. 343 CIt Jumpln with Johnny by a group men a car.
_.. N' ... .. The dirt will float out with the
Johnny ) Other students graduating in Whether the men were white or
I sudsy water.Article 4:00- 443 Capsule Newt ft Weather tleatJ
443 Ill 7umpta with Johnny our city included William Filmore, colored has not been determines ps

540 543 Capsule Johnny Newt Shaw)ft Weather; Freddie Walker Jtl Rosa: Lee The fatal shooting took place on POSNEIfS

in Readers Digest Reveals 543 1tO unpin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) Flowers, Lee Thomas, Jr:. and Le- June ,9 and a coroner's jury subsequently :!

<40 (:10: The Kid (Bob Hudson) roy Merchant. I returned a verdict of
1:31 Sign Oft I' homicide i and
justifiable no
P Jittery Pre-Menstrual Tension Sun
,1:1t charges were made.
And Shorthand
<40 1:00 Heaven's Road (UriYia Typing
Grace) I Police are continuing their in- S .
710 ':30 Heaven's Road Classes At Stanton WORLD'S FASTEST SELLING
;:r Is So Often a Needless Misery 7:3t ,:00 Latimore Gospel Singers vestigation. q

.. 'M 300- ':30 Oral Heaven's Roberts Road I" rl HAIR STRAIGHTEN

Do you wife terrible nervous tension stopped i or strikingly relieved .40 1040 Bishop Johnson Typing and short hand classes tlftet-
-feel Jittery. Irritable depa.tn and dlscomfonl out;of 4 10:00 10:30 Heavenly Fire Gospel will be offered during the sum- >
-Just before :your period women got glorious relief 1 lasers Outings BUCK RINSE
each month? A startling article in Taken regularly, Fth ham'a relieve 1030 11:" Heaven's Road mer school session at New Stan-
DIGEST! reveals soon *the headaches,cramps,nervous 1140 1240 Heaven's Road Senior '
HEADER'S 11:" 111 Heaven's Road ton High School ,according The Clark Thomas Club of the
pre-menstrual torment is needle tension ?. during and beoreyour 140 I:" Heaven's Road to Charles Brooks, principal of the ML Olive AME Church will SOW>> AT AU MUG now ,
period. Many women never'rboasands spon-
in .
misery many cases ZM fin: Heaven's Road (S. Darby)
have already discovered suffer--ere*on the first day/Why 230 3-JO Shiloh Baptist Church schooL Oran outing to Silver Springs on vstd kr pi) good barter .ho f4
thwiH yiT ThismonthMarttak. J:3I:38 E. A. Williams .
how to ovoid: such suffertnff.
With Lydia ptnkham's compound ing Pinkham's.$ See if you dont Apostolic Hour Students may take the course Sunday.

and Tablets,they're so IDlchhapC4pe pre-menstrual tension...eo. 4:30-740.. Heaven's f'H RoadTrade for credit non-credit or self im- The bus will leave Florida Ave.
pier, lea tense as those **dlfflcultdays" often the cause of .' -1 eta provement. and Third Streets at 8 a. nru, ASK For: IT By HAS_TOOAW
approach I Get. Lydia E.
Lydia Plnkhanrs fa iKt.,t'UtU u..4iiaftnimct Pinkham's Vegetable Classes will Begin Monday and Union and Florida Ave. at 8:30a.

has a remarkable ,3 ... .l 4 WMM ftnficf compound.. With persons interested in enrolling m., and Kings Road and Myrtle
soothing effect on d.....*fittest,vim I IMm or convenient new
the source of such "...Iff.I.U.1 d.ri.r ad Tablets which have Shopping GuideAdvertisersThey should report to the registration Ave. at 9 a. m. instead of the pre-

distress. In dot art' tWM "d!fficJt tiyi..I blood-building iron office at the school for further, viously announced stopping

tests Pinkham's. added. At dru.....g1st&...... Treat You. Better ,information. J places.


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owner and 'trains to fight in the money, makes m.,but Far covght up and millionaire's estate in and suddenly .I'm.drugged, rescues me in a brawl the

for the tolling crowd.. his girl friend happy.. I was bock on thetel ,the middle of a romance. and taken for ransom. 'Bowery will never forget.


ITS A DOG'S LIFE first run hit from MGM. will. be shown Sunday and and it consists of the first run Warner prison film. 1 DIED A THOUSAND TIMES. tx

., Monday July 1 and 2., ai 'the Roosevelt Theatre* Co-hit is the western thriller starring Jack Palanc and Shelley Winters.plus R&DcIolph.scou in "THE LADY -.;"' .. :,;.: ,

MEN OF TEXAS." The theatre will opts its gala holiday bill Tuesday July 3rd. AND THE RANCHER. That will be the double bill July 35. <


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., Is Jackie .Ro.bjnson's'.Bas.eball Career j 5 Nearing : The End? Fnimp nwM 1 ; :

I F:. !:, Jackie's Itickiif j Slirls 1Tka1HeNayhOaHisWayO1- ; ;:li'J.'ltf"rfj-;S:. '':"-. -0/:.. :'""' .''' .>..,..."" T WHO WILL BE I Henry Armstrong' Moore-Pailersoa

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/ r"Y";" ; t : OUR 56 STARS Bout Is Planned

.. LOS ANGELES The sports

Rumors are spreading far and wide that the baseball career of I (. T. tt"?"'X<:'it&' .Jif.,,'<: ..' mF P IN BASEBALLBy world has finally received the report NEW YORK According to an

I : Jackie Robinson is- nearing its end and since he has been benched as
a regular, in_the Brooklyn Dodger lineup.r I iti' fR" {...: [ ,, Eddie Siddall since Henry Armstrong was D'Amato, manager of Floyd Patterson -
Jackie,s all around play afield ,.., $ stricken with a stroke and that is, plans will move forward to
and at bat put him up on the list the infield and in the outfield He ; '1'4; Y 7A?; On July 10, 1956, baseball fans he is now recovering at Los Angeles -. stage the Moore-Patterson fight

E in his bid for a regular spot during has played three different infield .,.. :,i 4> w will witness the spectacular All County General Hospital despite the fact, that Patterson
and since the ? Star game in Washington D. C. suffered a broken hand in hij
spring training, positions[ and though he is sitting c Armstrong, the only triple
season got underway Robinson longingly on the bench Jackie iiJiq : Now who will they see play? One champion in ring history, suffereda fight with Tommy (Hurricane)
has"held down his in the frjf thing for sure, they will see' lots convulsive seizure in Jackson.
his home
spot can be called on for any emergency t!: ;
.: 1:2i' : of faces this
regular Robinson fashion.. Determination : right now and do a masterful \. new year. AccordingtQ following a digestive disorder,' D'Amato let it be known that he
both leagues' ten batters
lh top
hustling team spirit {job at the task. He is,a dangerous 'GJ. was confined to the hospital is operating on the theory that a
? quite a few have sneak-
and ability have been the assets man in the clutch. :. ? strangers where visitors were strictly for- fight will be staged in September

:. which kept Jackie .going, against With all of the baseball still left .1" r lox ed into the picture.this'ear However, that bidden to enter his room. unless he gets medical notice to

all-odds to win. in Robinson the generaTtopinkm proves nothing at y stage. So rapidly has been the recovery the contrary but until then, it is

The thousands, of admirers of is that Robinson is about down to present-Jlobcrlo Clementeof visitors were allowed to very definite that a fight will be

this,great competitor-were not the last scene and it is about time IA.i:. Pittsburgh,' is hitting .357. IfJus visit him and for the first time staged. "The doctors told me

surprised in the least to see his for the curtain to fall on one of r : { keeps up he- ,should be there. since he was stricken. his wife Floyd has youth and good healthon

name4isted in the starting lineup the most brilliant careers in base 3fv Bilf Brulon of Milwaukee is battuig.319 was permitted to visit him. his side and those factors: may

'' *f when,the 1956_ season started; ball history. Should this, be the : '.but he'has Duke Sniderto A physician at the hospital gave bring about a more rapid! healing.

Since 1947, the name of Jackie end for Jackie, it can be remembered beat' out forcenter field and the following explanation of the They said they'll watch as the

Robinson has been flashed across that from that day back in "The Duke of Snider" Is hard to ex-champ's condition: There is calcium forms, and they will be

the nation as a'very'definite.member 1947 to the day he'was benched in beat. Willie Mays seems to be out no indication of brain or'nervous able to give me a definite answeron

;. of the Brooklyn Dodgers. 1956,. the Jackie Robinson contribution .y of it at present though time will system damage. In other words ,when he will be ready"
; "
'. When:Ransom Jackson: one ofthe to baseball will forever be tell about "Sey Hey. I don't. see Armstrong is not punch drunk." D'Amao said.Charlie .
smoothiest fielding and hard any Negro stars in the top ten, of He will undergo several days of
a., very ,definite ?art .of. Jbaseball Johnston, manager, of
hitting.third basemen in the game tiistory. the American League at present. medical tests. before- leaving. the Archie Moore frowned on any
Was purchased 'from the Chicago :. Even Vic Power of Kansas City hospital. idea of a fight.between Moore and

Cubs during the winter months a ,4 v has let us down thus far. From Now an ordained minister' the Jackson in,.cose Patterson won'te

discussions started from all arm Ke.Sigied here it seems that Harry "Suit.case" Rev.. Mr. Armstrong has: of late read, "We're not interested in

angles. There were many' ople Simpson is our only.- .hope been active in youth and prayer JacksQn," said Johnston. "He just

who said Robinson's chance was By Qiicagt tears there. movements in Los Angeles. got licked. We're only interestedin

very slim against the hard-hitting Ernie Banks should sew up Known in his ring days as fighters who win.." he con-

Jackson. shortstop in the National Leagueas "Hammering. Hank" because, of cluded.It .

The fore-seers and know-all's CHICAGO-J. c. Caroline, former he has hit.14 homers as of this his hammering style. Armstrongwon was announced that further

believe that if Robinson continuesto star halfback of the University writing. As you know only a pen-: the featherweight champion- X-rays would be made of Patter-

be on the roster of the Dodgers of Illinois has signed his nant winner manager can choose ship from Petey Sarron! in New son's, broken hand to determinethe

it will be as a spare not for third name to the dotted line to play for It pitchers, so it looks like "Big Don" York City on a 6th round KO on rate heaing. D'Amato said

base but for left field, the one spot the Chicago Bears professional Newcombe will start for the Na- Oct. 29, 1937. He defeated Barney in the meantime, that until he

that Brooklyn seems to have the ,,football team. tionals. Although Brooks Law floss forthe welterweight title on receives official word from the

most trouble with. As the season George Rains President of the rence of Cincinnati has a perfect May 31, 1938, and won the light- doctors the plans for the bout will

moved on, Jackson'was placed on : club,said in making the announce 7 wins'anc no 10.ss'rea>rd thus far. weight title'' from Lou Ambers proceed.

third base. GQ.Hodges-was shifted i meat that negotiations were completed No telling who Casey Stengel Aug. 17' of the same year. lIe re- .
," ,.... Moore said: "Patterson is youthful -
to left field and Robinson to first I after an agreement with r. will choose to pitch for those slug- tired from the ring in the early
This picture Is thlf"of Juan.Pisarro, ,ihe sensational left Robinson aggressive and determinedand
base later Rocky Nelson was i the Alauettes of the Canadian big young gers in the American League, seeing 1940's after losing to Ray -
handed the :Jacksonville Braves ball club. He has he ranks next to me. I've already -
Carotinfinished pitchingjtoxol Zivic.
I four with whom and Prune
placed on first base and Robinsonwas as how he''just came up with
appeared in ft"gamer with a toiaL of 122 innings he has claimed the heavyweight
placed the bench. i the 1955 season. pitched another wonderful pitcher in John He held all three titles simultaneously
i Caroline 'led"the nation in offense allowed 37 run7Jf]tits, won 10 and lost 3. -HlSatrikeout record Is ,.becoming the only man title,'and if somebody isn't readyin
"It Is well known ,however that Kucks. Now lie has two aces to
during the;:1663 settpn, but tops in the South Atlantic League with mot htan 150 at this time draw from Whitey Ford and John in ring 'accomplish<< this -"September I'll post officialclaims.andaskstonbeareeognized
i Jackie does not'have the zip and of'the-sewtonf'The"it tear old ''Puerto Rican"ean"pound: the'ball .. .... .. ... i
was declared :toeligible}fcr the Kucks. Well just as we started feat -' :-" :"' ,. )O-: JS:
flash thai he..once. possessed. He w.U also.'hisjfcaiting is .300 by all the boxing commissions,
because of scholastic average
1954 season out who will we. play this
with the *9.SPORTING-* '
.' doe* not Moore said.Revenue.
t fe thai'he'foneo did,.but he has troubles. Caroline is still considered -: i year in Washington, D. C.? Time BILL WHITE: '
t one of the best broken field I will telL
been a very valuable man both in runners jn the business.. : : IT UPi HERE TO STAY .
JyT en"< aroiine jojp Bears, Department
: : { he wilf be% a team m h-Of one.of. --J <- '. ". t Smith rates second to none in-the Bill White New York .Giants _
On Plan For
stop.P'it, 'pilf$ the best, Offensive players to a BY C. PARHAM. JOHNSON outfield and also plays a bang up first baseman can breathe easier Agrees

carry a,football;in recent years- JUAN'PIZARRO. the sensational National Bowling Association. game atj any -position inthe' infield now that Whitey Lockman has Sugar's Tax Debts
J ayatheiie Bob''Watklns; 'formerly' of phio Just. a few..days ago he been traded to St 'Louis
young pitcher of the Jacksonville Hubbard is. a:specialist) 'with the ; base Al\
I .- State Urrbersiytr filled in at third for Rosen. White will Inherit the coveted
ckl r.- r Braves dropped Into the Florida Federal Housing Administration.JACKSONVILLE I NEW YORK-Officials of the
-or iKmeyJ ? rookie first himself. Manager
amamtoe new Star office the other day for a BASEBALL BILL WHITE the first base job alt by Internal Revenue Department

In Matni-ja.doctort Fad testa tnTtyn y raterednQnff tile :Wallace chat. It, wag quUe,,an enjoyable FANS have looked at*.Montgomery baseman of the New. York Giants ; Bill Rigney"undoubtedly has have agreed to a plan whereby
torture I flare internal and seems to be very fond of the serv- grea t faith in White or he never
with for last Instead of
Sternal raedteaJly-nrored event conversing1 .the young the time. Sugar Ray Robinson could payoff
relief I i ': .... Cardinals would traded Lockman, a
Ingredients tnchyM" Trtoljoe, fee '.yt pitcher through Unaccomplished: waiting for the Montgomery ings of the St. Louis have his tax debt by the end of 1956,
Uriepa1nl nU t1ia11ng..Yar ctectacetweUlnj. G._'IS VI tal pitchers. Since he joined the good( first baseman for any team:
atC: interpreter=Jimmy Johnson. Our Rebels, they will be waiting for according to an announcement re
Promoi ,.
/ St. Louis White Is hitting
Giants he has taken to At this writing
friend is swell Knoxvilwle the that took ,
walk in comfort Only stainless good Jimmy a guy city leased.
8tsfileas fazoaiSro. pitching like a duck ta. water. lie 282 with 12 RBI's and has hit 5
pfle remec Coley Wallace former heavy be is a mighty guide for all Negro over the Montgomery franchise in The plan was revealed after
posltot4es or 0 ta t the He has also stolen
belted the old, apple against: timely homers.
I d 0.... i4ee .e iu.1 s.oi.ts weight contender; has been advised players who come to the-city. He the South Atlantic League. Robinson and Truman K. Gibson. .
at .., r r.& Cardinals to a .571 average. 3 bases and scored if times him- -'
: to discontinue his career as really introduces them. to, the STAN (The Man) Musial of the Jr; secretary of the International{
Against other clubs it is only .143. self. Bill evidently figures strongly -
St. Louis Cardinals is not the
a figfeter..* city.TJSOY on Boxing Club and Ray's attornley
... Doctors in Boston say that Wallace SATCHELL' PAIGE, .trading block on any;terms, ac- White started off with a bang in Rigneys: future plans met with officials of the depart-

WATCH THIS CLOWN j is "punch5drunk." Wallace who was with Bill Veeck at Cleveland :cording to a statement :made .by against St. Louis, his first time at ment.
bat in the majors, in St. Louis on PATRONIZEFIOrida i"
> L. suffered a concussion of the brain and': then moved on, over:to [general manager. .. FranVLane" of After the conference, Gibson {
"" 7 he hit a home run. .
; fisticuffs and St. Louis with.Veeck when Veeck the Cardinals. May Star
15-20:17 In his last stab at : --1"- said that Ray had paid the government .c e;
he has been suffering from dizzy became,the big man with the St "MEL OTT, one'of U e great hit- LARRY DOBY. of the Chicago a "substantial amount" t:
345-55-732 Veeck all'time disputes'the fact While Sox got off to a very slow AdvertisersoiI1t "-
spells since that terrific beating Louis Browns,is again with ters 'of of his $90,706 purse from the first* .
in.Boston. All doctors of note say down Miami. Old Satch is doing that Mickey. Mantle pr'the New start with the Sox. For a long Bobo Olson fight The govern*.

9 6 that Wallace should stick to acting ipmightyzJ1ne* job..:on the York Yankees las"'a_ possible time Dobf>> did not show any of ment attached Ray's purse foljow-

.. mound orthe'>Miami Marlins. chance of beating the record set that old form he 'displayed with .
mg The fight in which Robinson ,
) J. RORY CALHOUN the slam- by the "Mighty Bambino" Babe the Indlans'now, Doby running successfully defended his newly- f".
banging kid from Atlanta,Georgia Ruth. Ott gives several reasons the bases. fielding with. his old ,
Need o Haircut? won middleweight title againstthe
has not, ost ajfight'since he tumid why he doesn't y'MantIe: time' tip and batting in runs I to : it
man from whom he won '
42-88-36 VICKERS pro. ''Young Calhoun is one of willjlo, the trio OtkIYSlfhe help kalrths.WhifsSox.WinniEven last December 9. -

953-38-220 BARBER- SHOP tjtt; most vSeasationlal fighters in does I will J>etieve it when. I see though fDobr isn't hitting SLUE BLADES L
the.ringv HeJias won 21 fights, 11 t- any home rune the Sox bigwigsseem

SeawHene ..'.: K> 706 W.. Ashley Street by knockouts. Calhoun is an At- ifGEOB E (SHOTGUN)$HUBA, perfectly, '. satisfied. over the IN whir HANDY DISPItISER' .Alt' right with,the;wend if yes
S..rtllses la's dews SPEClA1. WED. ft TMUJtS. lanta hoy-: now fighting out of who/ro*fairly well for himself at tfeaL '. esaalaseesrprts believe cad follow CHRIST!
N. Y. The fight the Dodgers before they BRANCHRICKEY of the Send $1.00 for Trial
He wide, MfctrectoH White Plains, ,for one s
works .It all ...... 85c Facial Massage 85c85c world. is waiting -to see what the .nt him to Montreal, .is doing a grandest men' fca&BallTever knew, I'll Preys It!

Cool Shampoo 85c outcome will,be of his next fi $m.bang, good job with the tim. said recently* *I' didn't start f ut RELIGION

FOR JUNE 30th against Willie Vaughn, of bet MontreaL Since joining the to solve the Negro problem, but loa 3011 DENVER- Imtt, COLORADO Cclfu Stenos

OTIS VJCSfftS ,,.'. Angeles. Calhoun is a team Shuba has hit 5 home runs. I'm out to ,g ve- every man who
30-92-11 FACING TW STRAND k r MONTE: IRVIN. the former (t."
weight ... has ability the- chance: -to use ..,
FRANK ROBINSOJ&flfe star flash of the New York Giants:, is He added'that it won't be long

rookie outfielder of>(ReCincmatti: doing what he promised to do before all clubs have at least:one /

Reds is doing Jjfevsame thing when he signed with the Chicago colored player on its rister." :ir' '

GLENN FORD IN against majorUEue 5 that Cubs and that' is to do his "bpsl! WILLIE MAYS the fleetfooted A ..

STHJD "RANSOM"SUN. he did to E &Leigue pitching for the team. Irvin seems tOjbi outfielder of the New York Giantsis
when he jffc t4tl}Columbia/S. C doing that. He is hitting the ball by no means swifter than a .

TH4tU SAT. "HElL ON FRISCO BAY"JUNE of thejii, ,JDeague.; : His,'hitting I to all corners of the lot and very baseball thrown by a strong arm. _

24.30 ALAN' )ADD I. EDW... G. ROBINSON has sra4e"him: one of the main: often out of the lot He is playing Catcher Ed Bailey of the Cincin-

z s '$f the Reds. Manager Birdie like the Mont Irvin of old. : I atti .Reds nipped the fleetfooted .I J
L its of the Reds is completely HERB SCORE Was a' welcome Mays trying to steal.-May 22. to NO tit t7OR VAST,... 1

smLT: SImEW on him and believes he is guest when he returned to action I end his string of eight stolen basesin NO UQUOK BREATH) t'r 1i t tr

r definitely'hi the lead. for Rookieof with his team,.the Cleveland Indi eight tries. This was the first

s... T..... .J... 2..2' s.., ,I. T..... J. 24.2 t tha Year honors. ans. Score suffered a stomach ail i time Mays had been thrown' out : -r .
Beth 1st auf Teehslc.ler f -Ml.M1Cr. THE BROOKLYN DODGERS ment which sidelined him and : stealing since Del Crandall of the r _
pies '
"SWAMP WOMEN" "MAD -AT THI WO BELIEVE Don Newcombe is en fixed it sa he could not serve Braves did it September 14, 1955- r
pies Hew Wasters
"_ib011T TOWN" Joying the.best season of his baseball those lefthanded curves to opposing __
W... I. n.n. '- J.... 27.21WtL career. Newcombe appears to batters..
i n.n. -, ... 27.21 "THI GOOD, DIE YOUNVJ. the the old'standby! of j
be ace of the Dodger pitching AL SMITH
... Ilesaef i Edw Go.woMAN -
IN WIN OWABOTT i COSTELLO staff. Up to this point in the 1356 the Cleveland Indians and the Yp

.a4. ,.,.... 1'6ritt MIlT KIYST6MI C8P.us $" Mason, they have not been able man Manager Lopez will,call"on

-.. WAlL'n.. I. Sat. J. 2t.H to discover a single weakness in to do the catching if something Since. 1721. ,.I ITke .Et8KA' :

Fri i Sst. J... 2' .H 3ames Stewart the big pitcher u yet. should happen to Jim Hegan or "
1st a.. -Teckle. "TAR COUNnrHIl.ACIC DeHART HUBBARD former Hal Naragon was once,a catcher WQ IiI's'M st Honored Vodka 1

PIRATK" '''aoAAK VlHTUU" University of Michigan track star Lopez says',Smith can be depend;; ,. ,. _
SRi AM.UfH',..;. na..1.. .Joke i Csh.rt"APACH1 CARTOON and one'of the greatest track stars ed on to do many things, his minis
--0 of all time Is now''president of the set on him cloing'the catchiiig. .
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oK' Pass me the lemonade and let me try to cool off a wee bit 01' 2 Men Fiiei r Ii i I

.Sol has been down and he is the works. We
beaming giving us com-
plain all Winter and wait for the Summer then when Sol sets in we In Stabbing CaseW. U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALEu.s.

still complain. For me it can't get too hot. i

,.f In local educational circles things are just as hot as the sun. Thisisit
U.S. ROYAL Air Ridethe
The eyes of the state centered on Florida Normal and Tallahassee as H. Raft, 33, Rte. 3 Extra

the State Department conducted hearings'regarding the"status of.27 Gang No. 4 Atlantic Coast Line U. genuine S. Royal, world-famous quality tireBLACKWALL ,

Negro teachers. After much deliberation the Department decided to Shops was the cvictim'in a fight WHITE WALL"I571940
>:suspend certificates of the person involved. The big question is with Mack Williams, 31, of 707
whether or not the persons will be allowed do makeup work and Davis Street and was' taken to

make up the supposedly tainted credits. Well much remains to be Duval Medical Center by police 1

seen. There is much talk concerning just who turned who up'and ambulance for 'treatment of stab Size 6.70/15 j Siu 6.70/15

Kether or not the pot is calling the kettle black. wounds in right chest SIZE PRICE ; SIZE PRICE

Last week the medics did it up.Folk gathered from far and near According to statements of witnesses CM/U S.715 1 11XSS 1VS5 I, 600/16 S.7/1S 4 1 $17J 19%M

to hear the music of Buddy Johnson and just to socialize: The doc- Raff and two other unnamed ->. 7.10/1S 19 17.45.%0 ( 7.U/IJ 76015AAK 21M1.&eU 2J.7J
tors did a good job of having the place decorated. Just:everything men jumped on Mack Wil- $. I 21.%0 1.001SIS
was on the balL We don't know where the pretty girls came from liams in the rear of 711 W. Ashley All prices plus tax

but they were here. Most of the fellows needed. glasses later because Street. Williams allegedly stabbed ALSO and AVAILABLE your recappable IN TUBELESS tire
Raft and ran from the place going
they really eyeballed.
West on Ashley St He was arrested u.
'After the dance Frank Hampton entertained at his Magnolia ALL-NEW
at the corner of Ashley and U.S. Royal 8 .
Gardens home. Frank served an old fashioned breakfast and passed
Davis Streets. V the tire elected
out seconds. Among those present were Attorney and Mrs. Ernest I ALL AMERICAN
for finest 1956
Witnesses to the stabbing were Credit new can.
D. Jackson, Elcee and Willie Lee Lucas, Willie and Evelyn Wells,
James Hamber, ACL Shops, C. TUBED TUBEUSSSi94ss2r
the outgoing president of the Medical Association, Dr. Smith and Terms In Town '
Dixon ACL Shops, Doris Hank
his madam and several other friends of Hamp. Yours truly served as ;; 56 RamblerNewest
723 Court E and Ethel Lawrence,
dishwasher and assistant chef ,In another section -of town, Mrs. 501 W. Church St.

Amy Curry entertained a small group. Investigating officers were R. CHEV. PLYM. FORD Site 6.70/15* Si..6.70/15*

Friday nite Frank Courtney John Pickens and company w e James and Walter Solomon. BRAKES RELINEDRiveted SIZE B. W.W. W# B. W. W. W. Smartest Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
mean the Venitians, really pitched a shebang at the Two Spot. It is .7"/U$IUS $%155. $21.55 J2S.S5
Both men were fined $25 in City 7.U/1S 21.7S 2 e7.M1S 24.23 2S.7S
a good thing the good ship Venitian could not leave the pier. If it Court lifting too/is: 23.7S 29.0S 2C.M 3CJU 32.C429fie KING-SIZE INSIDE! RAMBLER-SIZE OUTSIDE!
had there would have been many a cry of "man overboard. Few ,Labor. end MaterialSpecial J.20/1S 227720 :33.30I M.7 37.CO

of the passengers could retain their sealegs after about half of the 'All prices plus tax I
journey had been logged. Members of the club were outstanding in Plans Completed I $12.95 and your recappable fireS At Your NASH Dealer!

their nautical attire. As for the guests, many of them wore outfits

ranging them.We from toreadore affairs to beach attire to some you-name- For Women's Day CRISWELL TIRE CO. HASH OF JACKSONVILLE, INC.

can't let the dance pass without mentioning the band. The PHONE EL 5-2571

W imported a collegiate group from Atlanta to provide music and At Hi. Sinai Phone EL 6-0236 STATE STREET CORNER HOGAN

they were tops. They could really "whale." The main_attraction was 501 W. DUVAL STREET, COR. CLAY STREET ,
"Silly Willie" bopping the trombone. While we listened to the boy
Mrs. II. H. Robinson, general YOU'LL MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR 56
our thoughts went back to the time we had the privilege of digging
chairman for the Women's Day
"Tricky Sam" Nanton the late great "bone" man with Duke Elling-
observance has announced com-
ton.For our money he could play with Ubie Green, Lawrence Brown ,
pleted plans for the occasion
and many of the present slide "trum" men. All of the boys are in
slated for Sunday in the Mt. Sinai
school in Atlanta at the various colleges.
CountryClub long enough to stop by the Venitian's .dance. Curtisis Streets.An .

a We member experienced of the a group.most embarrassing situation Thursday morn excellent program has been Fried Chicken Fried Shrimp
planned with friends from the
week have been ads in the SALE! SALE! .
ing. For tha past or so we seeing daily
papers telling of several "Broadway" shows which will be presentedin various The Female churches Chorus participating.under the Trout' Fish Steaks Pork Chops

Jacksonville. this season by a local group known as the Starlight .
direction of Mrs. Catherine Smith ;
Theatre. We called the offices of the group and asked if seats were RIDE OUT TOCOTrOHS
will render music for the occasion. FOLDING CLOSET DOORSGive
available for Negro patrons. I was given a polite no. Before I could
The public'is invited.
get on"my "civil rights" horse and start yelling about my rights and RESTAURANT i

the fact that the presentation was in a public ball park the nice Those Shared Apartments Privacy j

lady in fact Mrs. Carter Nice the wife of the wheel in the group, Former Jaxon & BAR-B-Q

quieted my nerves. She informed me that last year tickets for Dies In HospitalSamuel ': 15% Off Price BelowS 1
"Oklahoma" were placed in our leading ticket outlet, the Hollywood C (formerly the Cotton Club) 1t

Music Store. Guess how many were sold-19, The whites feel that Gary, formerly of Jack- t

we only want to see and hear "rock and roll" and all of that sort of sonville, died June 14 in the VA 45th STREET S Examples: S

junk. We can hardly blame them because by our actions we certainly Hospital, Baypine, Florida.Mr. Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road

give them reason, to believe it Gary was a well known
A 2.0x6-8 $11.85 A
Look for the Neon "H
Mrs. Nice added that the Starlight Theatre" would welcome the Jaxon and veteran of 'world war Lights-

patronage ot colored spectators and that if we showed interest seats two. For the past few years he *. ; 2.8 x 6-8 HH' H" H -- __H,__ $13.95
C wouldbe provided at the forthcoming productions. In the future has resided in Fort Meade,Florida. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT V V
"The "Kiss Me Kate" and "South Pacific" will be 3-0x6-8 $16.25
Merry Widow Survivors include C. C. Gary, George "Cotton" Smith 'Proe

presented. If you are interested send a card with your name and James Gary, Mary Gary Towers 4-0x6-8 $20.65E
address and the number of tickets you would like to have to' the and other relatives.

Florida Star, Box 561. When we talk to the group again we would Funeral services will be held on -==

like to be able to present the names of 200 or more,Jaxons who have "Sunday June 24, in Fort Meade,
the,taste to appreciate some of the finer things. Appreciation of the Florida. [ FREE ESTIMATES .FHA Financing

arts, believe it or'not goes along with integration. It is being proven LMU I IOur MADE or -
that we really like only the baser things in music and everything else.
If the :statement was made to Negro teachers or other professionalsthat CarryCHAPLINHOBSON

they don't have culture or taste,you would have a fight on your PAID TRIBUTEEmmett

hands.. Let?see how many of you will respond and prove us wrong. N. Reed, Sr. was paid
On the subject of "Oklahoma" I informed Mrs. Nice that we as tribute recently by the Jacksonville INC.

a group were not reached by the advertising media the group used. Recreation Department in vcrv Hbefjf f c Cttnf ,
'- Another attraction coming up is the professional football game. recognition of his twentyfiveyears jSa 1402 E. 8th Street Phone EL 5-4031

We understand that Negroes will not get sideline seats this year. A of official service.Mr. fret"r (CORNER OF EXPRESSWAY)

move is underway to give seats in the North stands to colored. Now' Reed has served as volun-
"Jax Window Center"Come
'is the time for you politicians to actOn tary play leade. probationary

the credit side of the ledger, the Roosevelt Theatre showed play leader, junior play leader,
4 and See for Yourself
f "Lady GodivS. this week. This is a first' run film and is fairly, new. junior director, senior director 6ralOtsls. .

.- A good bill is also,at the Strand. and now supervisor.Reed .

On the distaff side "The- Eddy Duchin Story" has just been re- has worked on the areas ...
released and we are still waiting for "The Benny Goodman Story"to of Blodgett, Lavilla Oakland :
play. How does the management expect large box office receipts Wilder Playground, Wilder Athletic I : : -:- Big Savings on -:-

when the flicks come in town four and six months after the drum- Field Wilder Recreation H1I Ranges Refrigerators Washers -, TV's

mers cease drumming? The deejays, radio shows and TV shows were Center and Jefferson Street Swim '' *
int s ;IIH( ; ; ;\ : ;| : %
all playing music from the "Benny Goodman Story" months ago. ming Pool, Easy Terms Trade-Ins AcceptedCALL
have forgotten. We know ../ /,; / >?,. ,:/, i : !j5.;,
The movie was in the public eye now we .
tne angle which will be played up. It is the idea of race stars. In I -

front of the movie this week are several pictures of JuanJHernandez. SEWING MACHINE EUNICE LOCKETT

'We will soon stop falling for the,deal when they place a picture ofa CLEARANCESave '
Negro bit player who has a minor part in the movie in all of the PO 5-2592 or EL 5-2360

publicity stills and draw all of us in the movie looking for the 50% or More Trade With

colored. star. We want good and late movies. Rooms For RentROOMS Shopping Guide Advertisers
admit attendance be' but'why. In movie businessas 25 SINGER PORTABLES
We may poor
Each Treat You
$22.50 unfurnished They Better
Furnished or -
in everything else, you get what you pay for. I believe that if
1 SINGER DESK MODEL renovated in pri- .
movie owners in the colored.district were to do a little cost accounting $69.50 newly

they would find out that they get a fair return for their advertisiitg 6 ROUND BOBBIN PORTABLES rate home. Phone EL.4-6515. I For Best, Buys

dollars. You know a sort of dollars spent and dollars took in Sews Forward and Reverie HOURCLEANERS

think. Another factor is to look at is the, physical condition of the REPOSSED$39.50 SINGER Each Help Wanted The -"Florida READ -Star" .
buildings. Nut sed. Take Up Payments
See the .former ,Betty Madison.and her family in town from $5.50 per Moath Maid and care for 2 children Shopping Guide .

Chicago. The! group spent the'dayat New Berlin. We spent a day Many Others.All GuaranteedCALL to CJioote From ages 5 and 10, five days week, :
and with George Christopher. George showed us -
fishing' chatting
7:15 a.m. to 4:30 p. m. Mrs. Up- '
El ] 3-9977
the nice cruiser won by Charles Harris, Jr. Happenings such as Harris Far Demonstratioa* !shaw,3539 B Craven Street (Naval ;
winning the boat: in a. drawing held by a' white volunteer fire Sewing Machines Repaired Air Base).

department gives one faith in democracy. At Home ,; Jnc -
Charlie Dorey and Jake Jenkins, both brother-in-laws of George Lucky Number Contest WUaer
ale building the last word in homes. You may have seen the new MRS. LULA M. GILMORE Buy ia Philadelphia e4 Nearby
3014 Nephfue Avenue New Jersey --- Farms, Woodland.
briclr places going up in the rear of the Christopher homestead. Wt FEATURE Lars. City end Surburba Home
Spent P while with.Ox Clemons and Spike Washington. They cod Duplexes. G. I. Specials.. BACHELOR BUNDLES
were spinning yarns of the days when EWC won the state championship Write. Mr.'B. W. RobinoM ef
.'by defeating FAMCEE; Bethune and all the rest of the school 1M9.11 BROWN FEDERAL STREET

and,when Stanton whipped EWC and all of the small colleges. Oh PHILADELPHIA 4*.. PA. -5 HOUR SERVICEBeautifully -

but that was then.
__ About Town:The town Is full of summer school widowers. You
iray wonder .why certain fellows? are being seen out Well, the t SYLVIA'SBEAUTY
A for
car you.
Laundered and Finished
"madams" 'is studying. Among the "sad" group are Ken
away Just came today.At SHOP
Knight, Eric Simpson, Bill Boddie. Inky Wilson and a slew of other prices right
310 Davis Street
h&ppY.fellows you may meet anywhere. For you to pay.
Lillian Johnson of the Enquire and Della Reese both took'a bus- FOUR EXPERIENCED

drivers holiday by visiting the :rroPi anna. Both girls! are on' their !' Armand DufreneThe OPERATORS TO SERVE {tdraf aOIl

vacations. Della was stunning in a tennis outfit ( Honest Frenchman YOU I u J
Emanuel Evaves has returned after finishing Howard Law

School We wish him much success in his chosen profession .. Billy Florida USED CARS Mrs. Carrie L. Ford

Ball passed thru on his way to Miami He spoke: awhile of his Sewing Machine Mrs. Sn..... Dear
Mrs. Dell. Mae McD...k 9'11 West Ashley Street
Newark. -
business and is making plans to return to 1221 Main Street
and Supply Sylvia Johnson Prop:
Met Mrs. Johnny Shaw. Johnny's boss came in from Nashvillelast
Phone EL 4-3313 416 Main Street
week. That's one more of the fellows who is out of circulation.Oh. .' 505 ,WEST FORSYTH: PHONE EL 6.9191 I ....

.yes;she likes Florida and.the Florida sunshine. J- "....,. -y--. -. ,.....' .c...", h... :- ...


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