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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1956
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Frequency:
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 30, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00280

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Preceded by:
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j, j Signs of a smoldering fire still burning at Florida Normal and

ve Industrial Memorial College are in evidence seven days after the

big fire"was smothered Tallahassee in a hearing involving 27

women who were accused of obtaining teaching certificates on the

.,; ._..__ ......H..mw.-.., ._ '. :basis of credits they obtained at the institution they could not..prove.It .

.. MAKING THE COUNT: ft Shown h;.r..ar.,men ty t th.... __..._Itt_. .>PHtr H.Prr. JUy*--*" i_MH.J 'r- lJ!"' > JTiTf- jn* -'W.WWiehnnl and D.. A._',:IIradlgjfG.bloat was learned this.JKrtx-inr week that nf.:
of the llth,Episcopal District as they tabulated reports at th* Special Stat..M..tbsg' Ruswffi* *- Teacher Education at FLANIM
A total of U8.CQO The right hand picture shows another of church and school officials cies.Moore
of the Florida Conference called by Bishop D.Ward Nichols. grand : 'group has resigned his post effective charged that the Presi
was reported. computing reports. From left to right. President William B. Stewart. Rev. John I
July 1. dent had agreed on the student
From left to right Bishop D.Ward Nichols. Revs.L. M. Lindiey. Morris Brown.S. Cary. Mrs. John Cary Rev. J. B. Blacknelt Rev S. Cousins.. Mrs. Alice Oates. To make matters worse students academic load to be carried for

E. Moses. L S. Twiggs. J.W.Walker. K. D. White: Felix White state layman presIdent Revs. Surrency. F. E. Sneed and O'Neal. Officers Joe Seldon and George Bradleywere at the institution have circulated -.the summer but following the
F. Bttsch treasurer of the schooL Standing in the :rear of the assigned to guard the funds while They were being'tabulated.
and Mary
Mrs.
-.. .. _. -,- .-.. a petition asking the removal whitewash of the credit rigging
of Dr. Royal Puryear as scandal in which Purycar laid the
President of the College. blame at the feet of Frank Wilson

Shooting Points To Need NAACP Warns Phoney "March" RumorIs Reason for'the discontent is the former registrar, the head of the
last minute admission of canceled institution demanded that the Di-
' i Against CommunistsThe
certificate holders who will be rector of Teacher Education wave
permitted to acquire their credits the regulations.
Bad For
For Negro Policemen chief lawyer of the Community"False I during the summer session.In Dean Moore said that Dr.: Pur

1 NAACP has warned his organ- a telephone interview Moore year insisted that the persons who
:a 1. ization to guard against Com- told a "Florida Star" reporter that have to make up credits as a result -
BY STAFF CORRESPONDENTA munist infiltration. and totally unfounded," was the statement made by his resignation came because he of the cancellation be permitted -

15-year-old colored boy who works as shoe-shine boy in the Thurgood Marshall gave the responsible community leaders regarding the rumor that "Jackson- resented the sharp manner in to take more load than it had

I summer and after school during .the school season didn't have a warning in a keynote speech at ville Negroes would march en mass on the 4th of July to take over which Royal W. Puryear president been agreed summer school students -

chance last Wednesday night in a pathway which runs through a the NAACP's 47th annual con- the Jacksonville Beaches." j of the college spoke to him should carry. He added that

yard that countless Eastsiders use. vention. He says that what he A survey involving a cross section -- I in -a faculty meeting which the the president requested him to

Albert Leo Carter, of 817 Mar-!, calls a wave oi anti-Negro ter- of business professional religious : DELRAY SOLONS Ilatter called following the Talla- teach extra hours and .conduct
ket was shot in the :.' ror in the South has given the and civic.leaders of the I hassee hearing to lay down the night classes.

by a .38 slug which Communists new weapons for Jacksonville Negro Community SUSPEND ACTIONON rules. Thus Florida Normal and Indus-

spine. He died forty their propaganda. revealed that none had ever heard The Director of Teacher Education trial College stands in an uproar
the shooting in Duval : Marshall urged the delegates talk of this "march on the beach" POOL ISSUE said when he demanded an with the possibility of another

Center. 6 to adopt a resolution making it rumor. apology from Puryear the presi- blaze breaking on the credits selling -,

The fatal bullet was clear the NAACP is strongly One colored person however dent berated him more severelyin deal which informants say has
opposed to Communism. stated that he had been informedby Delray Beach -The City commission I
Patrolmen James E. the present of others. many angles which. if brought to

with Patrolman E. H. a white construction worker passed a motion suspending He' said that Puryear had refused light would_have serious implica
Beach that he further action on building a
from Jacksonville
called to Palmetto to keep his promises on tions.Transportation.
vestigate a reported WILKINS, RAPS had been told that Negroes would swimming pool for colored people -- '-
: invade the beaches on July 4th. until a referendum Dec.. 15 on excluding -
Mrs. Bessie Brooks of WHITE HOUSESan
Observers point out that Butler the colored section from
metto Street is reported Assured
Beach in St. Augustine. Little the city.
told police she saw "a Francisco- Roy Wilkins of
and State Park in referendum has lobe
Talbert Beach The proposal
of
the house in the rear New York. NAACP executive secretary -
Duval County and American introduced into the State Leg-
through a front wind criticized. what he called
: Beach in Nassau County had long islature. Tallahassee
Miller said he saw BoycottersTALLAHASSEE
the passive neutral attitude of
dash out the back door. (the White House" in achieving been opened to Negroes and were The 3-1 vote shelving the pool I

ed 'halt. !* and fired two racial integration in the,nation's heavily patronized. project produced several boos
shots" he said. But schools.He It has been pointed out that the from about 100 white and colored I Negro citizens of the capital city who united

Miller the youth.. kept said five Southern states Negro people of Dun County are residents attending the meeting. in a boycott protesting second class seating on city buses were as-

and Ie fired three have taken an "ain't going to'do") peaceful citizens who have never Commissioner Howard Cronaer sured by the Inter-Civic Council Inc. that it will continue to provide I

during the ch e. it" attitude toward the U. S. Supreme displayed any tendency toward made the motion and also moved .transportation for them if.the bus. company carries out its plan to

A police report Court school antisegregation force violence or radicalism. that the $68,000 earmarked for the l suspend operations Sunday.
have gen'erally -
relationships
Mrs.Brooks reported the ruling.He Race construction of the pool be placedin
in the Jacksonville Rev. C. K. Steele, council presi-j
at 8:40 p. m. but for also said the White House been peaceful being a special fund. dent said, "If the city would j for an early settlement "but- you

ders, proprietor of the ; advisers assume the role of mere area.The question citizens now of All of the commissioners with rather hive the bus company go;never L10W until the last man is
'
thoughtful
parlor where the ) observers hoping for peaceful so- asked by "Has the Klan start- the exception of Mrs. Katherine out of business than give us democratic -'out in the ninth inning."
said Carter left the 4"I rather than taking both races is; of Rev. Steele said the only possi-
lutions some of proposed Strong voted in favor suspending seating on the buses, then it 1
8:50 or later as he affirmative action.Answering ed this false rumor" ."What the pool project. will be incumbent on the council I bility for an immediate compro-
turning to the place to what racial discord group mise would be for the city to
in the question on this rumor and the Members from both races who to provide transportation for our,i
boxing match on action he would-advocate. he said plans to use do !cgree to abolish segregated ,seat-
fear which it has generated in the attended the meeting opposed thecity.s people and we will. so. .
bues "after a 60 or 90-day
to the President in; on
9p.m. many ways are open hearts and minds of thousands of action on the pool project. Meanwhile. Cities Transit Pres-, '
.
Sanders and other re stating lending the prestige basisto ident Stetson Coleman said the cooling off period. The city has
on a Expressing their' viewpoints
the Eastside have of the White House to the side of well-meaning persons has already sold five of I rejected the idea or any proposalthat ?
"If said the company I
who
into John
bring it back power. was Thayer
a well-behaved enforcing the Supreme Court decree be taken would give colored patrons
ter as in what the color-i its buses which were to I
II so, is the group interested pool had been promised accommodations. i
in the seating
equal
check-up ,
A as one.Tallahassee from Tallahassee Friday for delivery !
would to
effects that racial discord ed people and his opposition i
people : I I -
that many to the purchaser.The 1
have .on the business and indus- the commission's action. W. T.
report that Carter was Pair trial growth of Duval County!" Campbell said the construction of company which employes I Best
that the For Buys
felt
It is I
lar. Killed In Wreck "And does any group wish to dis the pool would help erase racial 22 persons including 13 drivers,
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passing
have been -
courage industry from coming tension. C. Spencer Pompey announced a week ago it wouldgo
The "Florida Star" .
d by
-short-cut" Tallahassee Mrs. Wanona into this area because of false coach at Carver High School said out of business if the boycottwas .
on his way home. difference* understand why the continued. The company has Guide
dents expressed the Nettles 27, and her daughter rumors of racial he did not Shopping
killed 3 city wanted to exclude the colored lost 60 per cent of its revenue
due to the rough Qwendelyn Nettles 6, were
r in an accident 42 miles north of READ people and why the city went from the loss of Negro passengers. -
policemen hi the area for Pensacola. The "Florida Star" back on its promise. Ozzie Young- The council has been providingfree YourEditorial ."J.
that Carter did run blood said his race was not askingfor "car pool" transportation to Page "
cer uttered his Mrs. Beulah Lee Holland. 39.. Shopping GuideOn
to ride the
to citizens refusing
integration only a place Negro ?
from Bradley Polk County was
oc- for
Negro leaders who Speaks Progress
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Page _8 swim and added such facilities buses. Company Manager C. L. i
campaigned for',Negro of killed in an accident south of
to patrol the colored Bartow on the Agricola. road. For Best Buys would lessen racial tension. Carter said he can see little hope Read Page 2






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&TIB*'FLORIDA STAR i !2 R t POLITICS[ AS ,USUAL


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Cf! *..**. f.UUIud by The FUrUc. Star' P.blisbisj3C.. t'J", f: -r BY ERIC O. SIMPSON

Malllq u.....: ." White Supremacy, Knows No Logic
i#!. :'" P. 0. lox 561, JcduMTitfa 1, Florid .-
423jStreet, J.cks..rftle. Horid ,..... ELfte 4-3773 : _
kT :; Move To Block Negro Justice Of Peace

.4.ic'O. ,SIMPSON -,-- M. wtfai\UHSff
C./ P.rk..4ob.sa .. N"w Staff Bus Boycotts Is Protest Against UnfairnessAmerican

"_ Member of Associated Negro Press I4- life is undergoing a social change almost as revolutionary -
as the change that came about with the abolishment of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -' slavery.
OM Yew,.$3.00; Half Y.ar, $3.00; Three Meath. $1.10. fl.' I It is interest- \!
M.I.... T. Ye., Anywhere !. the United States.ScSscriptieM :; '
: PeYeble !I. AaVatte. Sod Checks er Meaer Orden T.: ing to note that ; A group of Negroes in Montgomery -

FLOtlOA l STAR P. 0. BOX S61 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA ; the men, and j Ala. are showing that
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women who are
they are determined
not to accept
.. THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: = today refusing I second class accomodations while

1. Negro ,Firemen. <<:. I to accept that paying first class rates and are
.
: 2. MOT Negro Police Officer .* -f"' Negroes are entitled I carrying out a successful boycottof
'.* *3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. to equal I the buses.

4. More and Better School and Speeding Up of the rights are using Another group in Tallahassee is

Building Program.Bofctits the same type doing likewise and with some .
of illogical and :
unreasonable success despite persecuting arrestsof
:t. their car pool drivers and a

Prove T. Bxsixessmenv arguments the proponents that Simpsonof move their to block them from using
church bus to transport
slavery used to justify enslavement
Negro citizens.
nil Negro Trade Is Important f of human beings.An The Tallahassee' bus company
example of this type of operators have 'announced that

ruthless thinking that pervadesin because of loss of 60 percenlt of
the minds of those who believe
The Montgomery. Alabama and Tallahassee boycotts of that whites must be supreme and their discontinue revenue they will be forcedto

city buses by Negroes who have grown tired of paying first are entitled to all of the world's the operation. In making -

class.rates for. second class accommodations have proven'two. 1S '_! 2 \ 'l gifts, material and spiritual to the pany chargees announcement that the leaders the com of

thing: exclusion of all others is seen the boycott must be blamed for

1. That Negroes will unite for a common cause when .. : .. every day.Locally the long-range results that will
they.become tired and dissatisfied over injustices and especially .. hare situation
.
: "" we a come to the community in the
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when attempts are being made to. pressure them against' \::: -:... ffl,..' ...5% 't. .-'.::.'.-- _, .._...u." ,..- -''i. '">- "" .! a:. __-- wherein all was well while whites way of reduction of real estate
- their wilL held the office of Justice of the values and hindrance
to indus-
"HIS DAY IS COMING TO AN END. THE COURTS HAVE SPOKEN"Your
2. That the Negroes' spending is very vital to a community Peace of the Second District. The trial expansion.
where they represent at least one-third of the entire' white officials enjoyed all'of"the All'of this may be true But
population.Proof ,you undertake. ameneties of the office and everything we must remind the bus people
that the absence of the colored people's patronageof :3-40-22-18-67-121. was considered well. But on that for years the Negro people

even some of the large public utilities could ,seriously 'WeeklyHoroscope the day the.the Negro people who hare paid full fares-60 percent of

hinder the operation, of a firm is seen in the announcementthat I LIBRA compose the majority of the district your total revenue-for second
the Tallahassee bus lines plan to discontinue operation I GuideWHICH Born Sept 24 thru Oct. 23 voted and elected one of ouro class accomodations so that the
the buses.In wnacre to hold the office there city could expand industrially
1 unless
after July Negroes resume riding Perhaps you should let your life
Jacksonville where there are-more than 105.000 Negroes or business partner make the decisions were those who sought to find provide jobs for hundreds of your
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR means to deprive the Negro of white employees and keep the
1 representing one-third of the entire population a boycott that affect business finances -
could: prove disastrous to the bus company. the cab company BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL and social projects so as to that which was won fairly undera real estate values of the white
or any group of business firms that may be blackballed.by eliminate the possibility of some democratic process. people at a high par.
colored patrons because of their treatment or attitude to By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES sort of slip-up. You both benefit One argument offered is that It seems like the Negro is Paying -
Negroes. when you exchange ideas and act the process by which the districts very dearly to keep the Tallahassee -
in coordination when it comes to were set up is illegal. Seems cmomunity for the whitesto
For long time there has been quiet murmuring over the CANCER
mutual investmentsand mighty strange that it was not enjoy. If the operation of the
treatment accorded colored patrons by many of the establish- Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 resources
spending. There is little found to be illegal before now. buses in Tallahassee is so vital to
ments in Jacksonville including furniture stores, leading de- '
Take all the
Make doubly sure that you are safeguards against It is this type of backtrackingand the progress of the city it would
standing in the of planningfor
women's dress and hat shops auto and way
stores ,
partment speculative hazards that could ad-
not emotionally driven into doing your future, making arrangements contradicting his own pre- appear that the least they can give
other firms rash things' or gambling away versely affect your established for higher educational mises and tenets that often makes the Negroes who support it almost
The most frequent complaint has to do with'salesmen, cash and business stability as well as your
your happiness resources setting the for the white supremist and the entirely is equal seating to which
courses, or stage an
insurance and bill collectors, who insist on calling colored in vain hope that this will pocketbook, or which could be extensive vacation trip to new lo- White Citizens Group seem like every man is entitled.
women by their first names and refer 'to Negro male cus- lead you to the top of the, world. the cause of a material loss and calities.-Your sign indicates that poor examples of Americanism. By what process of reasoning do
tomers as""boys.." Actions that are well thought out emotional upset. Discretion, tact main concern for a while Another situation close to home the "white citizens" justify telling
It would seem that the thousands of white sales people and pursued in keeping with the and conservative practices are will your be career, business or other that shows us how inconsistentthe the Negro he must pay for the operation -
woo depend on Negro patronage for the bread they eat, the approval of your associates as also called for to gain the profitsthat important worldly interests. "white citizens' are comes to of a utility that gives
homes they buy and the other necessities and luxuries they well as your conscience will enable bpocketed.Privacy; 860-S3-17 78-014. the forefront In the matter of whites the greatest benefits and
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"enjoy would have aMttIeTiIgher'regardandrespect'for'Ne- to make some personal rest, and behind-the-scenes man- -
:
you seating accomodations for Negroeson expect the Negro to hang on to a
groes and not insult them by addressing them in terms that headway. The- 21st good money- euvers are beneficial. This'period buses. strap while others sit with vacant
would make them feel inferior. making day, and so is the 22nd opens a personal cycle which you SCORPIO For scores of years this suprememan seats around them! '
As*surely as the day came when Negroes in Alabama and for those who are not fully en- can utilize to gain your heart's Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 has told the Negro that he Such is the thinking of white
Tallahassee grew tired of ill-treatment on buses while paying grossed with pastimes. Take the desires, to set the stage for a full The need of avoiding conflict must seat from the rear and must supremacy that harkens back to
their money will come the day in Jacksonville when our necessary precautions against the er' and richer future way of life, with influential people or organizations not take a vacant seat beside a the Emancipation era that
various groups and clubs will impose boycotts on a list of hazards 'of driving and rejoicingthat and for travels to other lands and is strongly emphasized.This white brother (?) even though the knows no reason or logic but is

firms known.to be hostile which are being compiled. usuallypredominate: on these cities., period is splendid to take up colored passenger has paid the based upon one,idea-the right of
days., 630551971343. the tasks have assigned
I you your full fare. white. .
1-10-44-16-.72-731. self, or to others, and to stock,upon
things you require for your
,. .." LEOBorn business as well as for yourselfand
. Cooperation And Understanding TAURUS July 23 thru Aug. 23 those who depend on you.
Born April 20 thru May 20 D n't allow any external influ-
Even if you feel perfectly capableof
Lead The Way To ProgressJacksonville The more you stay by yourselfand ences to color to your outlook actions or handling any and all situations, PEOPLE IN THE NEWS,40o
cause
you precipitate
avoid contact with the familyor don't ignore the value of good
that could have undesirable
other people close to you the con- public relations or the assistancethat -
,better your chances of avertingthe sequences for yourself and mem- those allied to you can pro-
is growing at a rapid pace as evidenced by showdown that threatens. bers'of the household in the near vide. The 24th and 25th are good
the increasing number of banks being established here andthe, Pleasant developments benefitingyour future. The 23rd and 24th are not days to engage in transactionsthat
number of large insurance companies setting up their regional pocketbook can again be ex- only [.xxl business days but propitious cover joint economic affairs,
offices in the city. pected either through your-efforts for the.arrangement of social tax matters, legacie jand securityor
The establishment ot the Atlantic Coast Lines terminal or property'transactions.This per- and recreational events; in investment programs. This per-
connection with the cele-
here will bring more families and add to the home building iod will divert your attention to coming iod emphasizes distant connec-
increase which is already taking place. community neighborhood, tranS- brations. The evening hours tions, extensive travel and long
should be ideal for friendly inter-
there a greater portation and intellectual mat- range planning. You can now
With the increase of population comes course and the exchange of inter-
and development and the extension ters. ,broaden your horizons.
need for community planning esting ideas. This period empha-
of social services to meet some of the social and 5-50-66-12-59-173. 299701263484.
sizes private or confidential activities -
economic problems that follow a population increase. and brings to.light great reserves -
The increase in population which brings an increase in GEMINI of hidden power. SAGITTARIUS
earning budget as well as the spending budget is an all-over Born May 21 thru June'' 21, 9-77= 0-89-14-423. Born NOT, 23 thru Dec. 21
picture which affects whites as well as Negroes. The pleasures of.life are stress-
A friend's trouble, or double
ed the
23rd
on although you may
under-
Thus we see a great need for promoting better
could throw
cross, a damper on VIRGO have to choose your pastimes with
standing between the races and closer cooperation betweenthe your spirits and even underlie Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 greater discrimination. Have fun
white and-Negro people so that we can offset any lurking the: cause of a physical letdown. Negative attitudes should not be if you are free and if not, apply
problems sit down together and try to work out a solutionto The 21st is much better for things encouraged. in matters that con- your creative talents in ways that

any problems that may arise. social as long as the emotions are: cern mutual economic and secur- will appeal to others. You can expect
There is a great need for an improvement of outlook and in no way involved. Allow your ity interests. Problems that may very fulfilling days whetheryou
attitude.For too long there has been a tendency to plan com- ideas.and spirit of enterprise free arise in this connection should be are tackling certain chores,
munity improvement social services and other projects onlyin rein when it comes to your personal given a chance to work them-I laying in provisions, entertaining.
terms of white people and almost to the complete exclu- affectionate recreationaland selves out which they no doubt celebrating or simply getting a
sion of Negroes. community interests. The sign will do sometime during the com- good rest. Other people assume
When a city the size of Jacksonville with a large propor- promises the creation of new opportunities ing month.There are no plausible greater importance, especially
tion of Negroes composing it thinks about a YMCA, for in- to boost your earning excuses for not planning for the when they furnish you with in-
stance, thought should also be given to providing similar facilities power or the revenues you derive future with faith in your ability to formation or help you realize your ,
for Negroes or share it with them. The reason being from commercial enterprises. It overcome: obstacles and to succeedin aspirations. This period shows

that the funds which built the white YMCA in some way will be to your advantage if you achieving important goals. that you should soon make con- WRHC 1400
come from Negroes as well as whites. Moreover, any facility have developed your intellectualand Pave the way for impressive siderable progress in your eco
for character building or ,aiding the juvenile delinquency creative skills. 'strides in business and make it nomic ties with others or in building -
should certainly be provided for Negroes when provision is 2-11-20-15--69- 06. 'I your pob to succeed in whatever up sound security programs. KEN KNIGHT
4 30 55 1& 97 333.
made for whiles.Because -
of his economic status the Negro youth is more GET YOUR HOROSCOPE-READING FOR 1955

vulnerable to juvenile delinquency and should aided, if for Jse this co.po.. ,Leera More aeoat ,..nelf. Seed 10 cents (MM dimehi CAPRICORNBorn Presenting
no other reason than the fact that the Negro youth's delinquencies coin) for each. horoscope ordered. by mail. l.eI.eI. self eddressed, Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 KNIGHT TRAIN
could just as easily be perpetrated upon the white stoMped envelope. Write .....Iy. This; offer does net ."" t. residents The main emphasis is on the
community as they would be on the Negro community. The of tho dominion .f Cenede. home' recreational activities, and 8-9 ?.M.-1Z-1 Nightly

of the white delinquent. the jobs have assigned to
same is true you
We find the.same attitude of excluding Negroes prevail, r PABLO, FLORIDA STAR ASTftOLOGfft ,I If. yourself as'well gas to.others. The SWEET
ing in business and industry which needs to be rectified. We O. BOX S61JACXSOWIILLI 23rd is a day 'W hen prudence CHARIOT

think that job opportunities well as training .hould be I J, tLA. I around the house and in connec- 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru
provided for whites as well-as Negroes so that industry would u... IAUnu. tion with your friends and possessions Friday
'and better jobs bringing better salaries is recommended. COn-
secure skilled Negroes I 3 fully FeaturesBLBES
which would give the colored citizen more money to spend in I II ditions in this respect are due tobecome

the community. stabilized during this per- ffl THE KNIGHT
'If we are 4o progress we must think, in terms of every- I Cltr ..Ie,, : '.._, stet.-1 iod. Strive for perfection, productivity -
body because our social and economic existence is closely ... .. BM1 Business advances and economic 10:30 '- 12 Monday Thru Saturday
interwoven. i I Dete-* : c Moat I benefits while.you have the .
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Jaxons Engaged In.: .SeciaI And 'Civic Activities 4 It

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ORCHID LADIES HOLD ELECTIONIn t. ,..* .' .
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the June business meeting of the Orchid Ladies Club Inc, '1.fl. .

the election of officers was held. .. R L .
Mrs. Mildred Scruggins was re-elected president Mrs. Emma J W..4 .

Cobbs vice-president; Mrs. Mozelle Meacham second vice-president; 9 x r

Mrs. Georgia Lewis recording secretary; Miss Malinda Wilson, financial -f

secretary; Mrs. Connie King, sinking fund treasurer; Mrs. "! y C" f' ka

Lorena Jones chaplain Mrs.. Lessie Colado treasurer; Mrs. Ana,

Davis business manager; Mrs. Evelyn Scott, assistant business'

manager and Miss Marguerite Dennis critic.


Mrs. Ada M Lee of 1810 Lee Street has returned to the city ,! k Ct/c {o//

from Fort Pierce where she was a delegate to the Florida Assn. of \

Colored Women's Clubs. She was accompanied by her husband 3r1:4 "S 4t
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Ralph A. Lee. The Lees visited. Cocoa where they were the house

guests of Mr. and Mrs. Doc Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Williams .1

cousins of Mrs. Lee. ,.
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Dr. E. Carrie Hampton of Ocala Florida was the guest of Mrs.

Annie K. Stevens, Dean of Women at Edward Waters College during fx' 4 :

the meeting of the Florida State Medical..Dental and Pharmaceutical r o v asc
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Association recently held here.
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Mr. W. S. Stevens II, instructor ofv Industrial Arts at Griffin I SOCIAL ACTIVITY.- Among Jaxons"who are actively engaged in social Berry. Mrs. Lula Morris and Mrs. Frances Pugh. Standing are A.Q A. Robinson.and .

High School Tallahassee Florida made a brief visit to the i city re.- civic'interests are'these members of the T. B. Get"Together-Club whichth.ldMn.. N. J. Bentley and J. Healey. I

cently. He was accompanied home by his mother Mrs. A. .K. Stevens its recent meeting in the home of Mrs. L. Thompson. 1614 West 10th Street. In the photo at right are standing. Jeff Morris: seated. Mrs. Josephine Lam.

Dean r of Women at Edward Waters College. Shown in the photo at left are: Sitting. Mrs. Lizzie Thompson Mrs. Ethel Mrs. Ella Mae Lane. and Mrs. Mamie B. Anderson.

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The Rev. J. B. Blacknell pastor of, the Greater Bethel AME

Church of Miami. Fla.. attended the Presiding Elders Council at 'Wilder 'Library ,I- Duval County School Dr. :Cassius Ward ![ Many Studies Offered : Club Ambassador

Edward Waters College and was the house-guest of his sister, Miss In ,Summer.Program ,
Marie Blacknell. Cafeteria Workers

l Is ':Buried" In JaxDr. At Isaiah Blocker : Installs Officers
Reading Program In Training ClassThe __ I

his home. He is a member of the Arts and craft homemaking, !

.__:" outeo ple Junior Steward Board of Grant Gels.Underway Duval County school cafe- Cassius Ward, a well known playground, band and library The installation"of the newly

--- -- 11tt mQjaL: hurch_ ." teria workers are attending the I and highly respected physician |groups are included in the sum-I elected officers for 1956-57 of Club

Mrs. Vicey F. James supervisorof school lunch training program at died Friday in his home, 719 W. mer recreation program at Isiah Ambassador was made by Attor-
the Duval County School cafe- Mrs. Josephine Jones of 2314 Bethune-Cookm College. Mrs. Beaver Street following a pro- Blocker SchooL I ney Ernest D. Jackson at the

terias, will leave the city to at- Teal Street is visiting her son, The theme of the program for' Fannie Schroeder,. Mrs. Leola longed illness. He was a native of Mrs, B.. C. Green is coo.rdinator.1 Shamrock Club.

tend the State Food Workshop at Rudolph Jones in Atlanta Georgia Wilder Park Branch Library in Solomon Mrs. Vnscilla Wilson, i Marion, S. C. and had resided in Mrs,!Ruby Lee Collier, Miss Coat- .
the annual reading program is sie-Jones Mrs. Charlotte:Stewart The officers are William Broadway
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Bethune-Cookman College. ; Mrs. Evelyn Florence, Mrs. Orilla :this city for over 60 years. He had
."Modem American Explorers i W. D. Sweet J. J. and president; Edward U. Barnes
Anderson Mrs. Bessie Thompson, practiced medicine here for forty- Campbell
Through the Realm of Books." vice-president Oscar Hillman -
i J_ Bolden] teachers.
Mrs. Ethel Washington of 1167 Mrs. Jones is an agent, with the and Mrs. Francis James are eight years. He was a member of are
business John
Steele Court, is convalescing at Central Life Insurance Company. i All children and young people among those in attendance. The i ML Zion AME Church of which The recreation program begins manager;

home after being confined in the i who have not registered for the supervisor, Mrs Vicey F. James is I the Rev. J. A. Roberts is pastor, each morning at 9 a. m. and will financial Myers treasurer; C."W.W.R. Robinson Jones
secretary; -
Duval Medical Center. Mrs.WaSh- Leroy James McPherson, son of !summer reading program are ask- in attendance with the: group. i where he served as a truystee and continue for six weeks.
!ed to do so in order that they will Children are asked to partici- recording secretary; Henry
ington is the sister. of Mrs. Ruth the Rev. and Mrs. I. McPhersonhas class leader.
have a chance to in the pate in these activities. Belliny, chaplain; Elwood Banks
Taylor. returned from overseas dutiesin compete i. Dr. Ward was also a member of
public relations chairman and W.
France after receiving an hon- activities for winning a prize. the Jacksonville Medical Associa-

Earl West, St. of 1225 West 8th orable discharge from the Air Prizes are given each year to per- -t. StorkDeliveries' tion and at one .time head the Clara White Mission R. Robinson, toastmaster.

Street, is visiting his daughters in Force. sons reading the largest numberof Obstetrics Department at Brew- Annual Picnic Set ,Members of the banquet committee
Staten Island, N. Y. Before re- books and the program is cli- ster HospitaLHe are J. Allen, chairman; E.

turning he will visit_ friends in Mrs. W. H. Tolbert of 760 West maxed with a party at which time ; is survived by his widow The annual picnid of the Clara I Barnes, O. Hillman. ,
New York City. Church Street, is recuperating in the winners are announced and Mrs. Ocie G. Ward brothers. Rev.
I White Mission will be held on Other members of the club are
her home after having been con prizes awarded. Edward Ward of Jamaica, N. Y.
S Born To: July 6 on Moncrief Road from 9 Robert Acosta, J. E. Bennett W.
Deacon E. Calhoun of 1049 fined in Brewster Hospital for I Several records have been donated and Isiah Ward, Jacksonville;
Julius and Annie Howard, 172 a. In. to 5 p. m. H. Bentley, Dr. H. James Greene,
Scriven Street, is recuperating in several days. Mrs. Tolbert is a I to the library by Willie L. i stepchildren Miss Coatsie Jones I
Games will be played and refreshments L. Jackson, C. F. James Al C
W. 11th St June 7/56. Boy
his home. He is a member of Mt member of Ebenezer Methodist I Wilson of 931 W. 24th St. whichare and Frank Priestly; daughterinlaw -
will be served to all Joyner J. A. Joyner, J. A. Morton -
Church. CHurch. available to patrons. Evont and Lois Bowens 1066 : Mrs. Mabel Jones other rela-
Calvary. Baptist children and elderly! persons pres ._A-.R., McDonald_ ,,T.<.B-:;...McPhearson. -
: Criven St June 4/56. Girl. :tives and many friends. ""
'" The staff of the library invites -
ent. r : j C. Parson E. Reed and
:s. x Mra.4tFrances4James, of,, 2120i .Frederick Jt Everett,.son of Mrs. the music*lover**and*readers*to r+tCahenxAaed G..t.endo1yen"AcIams. = "Fun eral>services: were: ;'conduct; -Per..,us'tnrerested's.r-enloytng _r' .....
Myrtle Avenue left the city recently -' IL Everett Stepheavof,833 Oakley take advantage of the services 'offered ; 2164Talladge Rd..Dec. 22/55. I ed last Wednesday tVp. m.,from this affair with the group are reminded -

for Daytona Beach to at- Street, is in the city visiting/rela- i through their. public li- Boy.Theodore i the Mt Zion AME Church. that the picnic site is on r!

tend the State Food,Workshop atBethuneCookman tives and friends. The Everetts braries. and Willie Kearse, Moncrief Road at the city limits. -i
College, Mrs. reside in New York City. Box 147, Mayport March 1/56. A grand time is anticipated. Jax Girl Wins
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James. will be*.back In the city Community Club Plan i Talent Prize

after July 1, Mrs. Evelyn Hartfield of New Wedding Bells Boy.Robert and Oranetl Beeks. Sr, Outdoor MISS E. JORDAN i
Sponsors I
York is in the city visitingher
City 710 Court I. March 31/56. Girl. I Jacquelyn Forst nine yearold]
Members of Abyssinia Baptist aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Applications for Marriage Charlie and Aronie McIntyre Affair On July 4th TO GIVERECITAL_ II granddaughter of Mrs. Inez Bi-
James Gibson at 952 Scriven St. '
Church are reported recuperatingin Licenses 1877 Moncrief Rd April '2/56. District 5 of the St. Thomas vens, was first 'prize winner on
their homes: Mrs. Mary Waltonof She will return to New York Sat- The Better. Living CommunityCivic Baptist Church will present MissE. i' the amateur program ,at the

1325'\' Myrtle Avenue and Mrs. urday. Azie P. Kelsey, Jr., 5923 Carna- Boy.Daniel and Margaret Edwards, Club will sponsor an out- Jordan in a musical recital on Apollo Theatre".in'NevptYorklCity
Rosa Lee Thomas of 655 Court tion Road, 18 and Delores J. door affair Wedneesday, July 4 recently. ,.
age July 8 beginning at 8 p. m. : '
Smith mem'Iber 718 DeWitt St April 7/56. Boy. i
Mrs. Ernestine a located three
"F. Davis. 441 Wade Dr., age 16. on teh grounds Miss Jordan is a'talented] artist I i 'Jacq ely 's renditioriof "My
of Sweetfield Baptist Church Malvin and Rebecca Addison, blocks North of West Union Bap- awn award
Consideratf n" '
thej
Chas Holmees 1485 E. 27th St.. and has promised a great performance I |
is 'recuperating her home at! Jr, 246 May St April 16/56. Boy. and Broad-
_Mr and Mrs. Charles H. Free- age 22 and Queen E. Smith, 1869 tist Church at Acorn on this occasion. and\she isj<:onsidered a new discovery -

man of 1502 Steele Street, and 1345. West 30th ,Street W. 12th St. age 21., Harold and Georgia Witsell, way The Rev. W. C.< Neal, ministerof : in the gospel singing field.
Mrs. Esther Lee White of 1990 2403 Lantana Ave. April 17/56: A future community center for the church is asking the sup- Jacquelyn attends Smart P.
College> Circle left the city last i Mrs. Josephine B. Jones of 2314 Maxie W. Williams, 673 Van Boy. civic gatherings, educational and of the church in this affair. i Livingston School and Prot Alex

week to visit the Rev. and Mrs. I Teal St, is vacationing in Atlanta! Buren St. age 63' and Pearl Ken- Joe N and Vera Floyd, 1221 recreational ficilities will be erect- port Men's Day will be observed on I Bradford made the contact for
,Ga., with her son Rudolph A. ley, 1139 Pippin St, age 63- ed these grounds.Refreshments .
D.: C. Coleman of Albuquerque, Davis St April 22/56 GirL on August 19. this appearance.
N. Mexico. ,Mr. Coleman is the Jones. Friends,may contact her at Ernest Jones 2575 W. 43rd St, Robert 'and Maryland Chever, sold will help finance -
brother of Mr. Freeman. Before 1668 Foote Street, N. E. Atlanta. age 21 and Vacina Hightower, 767 the building.H. .
1038 W. 21st St April 24/56. Boy.
returning they will visit Earl N. Lincoln Court age 17. B. Bivins, president of the
Anderson of San Antonio*Texas. Mrs. Elizabeth 'Pasch is convalescing Benj. L. Wilder, 735 Lee.St, age Simon and Rosa Mosley. Jr, club and members of the same VacationWithout i
,, in her home at 768 34 and Viola Hammonds 735 Lee 2712 Colloway Circle. May 5/56. are preparing for a big day for a Enjoy A

Mrs. Wilhemenia Johnson is Acorn St She is a member of St, age 36.Clarence. GirL big cause.
Sweetfield Baptist Church: George and..Virginia Holcomb
after having
confined to her home Allen, Jr, 2216 Whitt-
bee nill for some time. She is, a man St, age 26 and Mattie Catoe, I 2043 Louisiana St May 10/56. Leaving th 'City
of 1323 Flor- .
Mrs. Sarah Adams Girl.
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of ML Calvary Baptist -
member 1214 Jessie St. age 23. OutingsThe
ida Ave, Mrs. 'Euralie Woods, Thurston and Clifford Daniels
Church.
I Lorenzo R. Griswold 1831 W.
II I Mrs. Ida Mae.Smith, 1331 W. 28th Sr, Box 147, Helena St.?May 28,

Mrs. Leola B. Solomon, Mrs.i St, Miss Clarice Colson 1234 W. 26th derson St, ,1550 age Madison 22 and St Helen, age Hen-19. 1956. Boy. North Jacksonville ChriStmas VISIT BEAUTIFUL, PICTURESQUE I

Fannie Schreoder Mrs. Priscilla 29th St, and Grover Gray, has returned Fred and'Emily Gooden, 61W. Savings Club will sponsor an 1
Palm John Harris 1651 'W. 20th St.
West ,
to the city from
Wilson, Mrs. Evelyn Florence, i Union St May 30/56. Boy excursion to Daytona .Bethune
Anderson and Mrs Beach, where they attended the age 57 and'Martha Williams, 1256 Ernest and MarilynRobinson,
Mrs. ,Orilla Beach on July 4. : 1
sister and aunt W. 4th St. 39. RAINBOW
funeral of their age
attending I weAve. May"30/56.,Boy.
Bessie Thompson are 1972 \o The bus will stop at Union and,
the State Food Workshop at Mrs. Bessie Thomas. Gerald H. Robinson Jamaica Evans and Hattie Perry, 271 Florida Ave, Fourth and Florida

Bethune-Cookman College, 'Day-I N. Y. age 32 and Gloria F. Ver- Claude St May 30/56. Boy. Avenue, 27th and Franklin, 28th I
tona Beach Florida.Mr. Miss Cassie Prindle, a member dierJamaica.N.. Y. age 21. Freddie and Luenette Walker, and Buckman Streets, 21st and LAKE 1 Ii

\of Antioch ,Baptist Church' has Johnny N. Griffin 1543 Windle Sr. 418 Mcintosh Ave, Orange Phoenix Ave, 21st and Moncri;

Willie Walker of 1209 left the city to spend her vacation St. age 20 and Margaret Babbs Park. April 7/56. Boy. I Third and Davis Streets, Stale i

Grothe Street, is recuperating in !I in New York City. 1555 W., Union St, age 19. Fred and Helen Arvinger, Jr. and Broad Streets and Johnny Boating -. Fishing Picnic Grounds '

Eddie Chisholm, 838 Barnett 1539 Pasco St April 19/56. Boy. Springleton's place on the South-

St. age 74 and Georgia Jorden, Clarence and Sandra Hartley, ;
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get 706 DeWitt St, age-50. 1457 W. 7th St April 22/56. GirL side.The public is invited to accompany For'ClubsChurches -* Family '(Groups < ..

Nathaniel and Alfreda King, the at this time.
St group
Norman Prince 3404 Bndier lAn -
age 28 and Julia Tender, 1506 E.. 1338 Haines St May 18/56. Boy. outing to.. ., Little Tablot Island i

: .LOW'PRIGESOn 21st St, age.20. Benj. and Altomese' Blaylock, will be given by.Choir 1 of R
I 2614 Jupiter St May 20/56. Boy. the Mt Olive Primitive Baptist
Geo. Trotty 1514% Harper St,
!Purcell and Jennie Brantley, 2522 Church on July 4. The bus will L
YourIRUG'STORE 75 and Ella Purvis ISMVfe '
age i
Spirea St May 30/56. Boy. leave the church at 9:30. a. m. -
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Harper St. age 65.
I Joseph and Virgie Trottie. 1656 ei
HEEDS Johnny Courtney 1647 Windle W. 35th St June 3/56. GirL ,

St, age 29 and Laura M. McCray, Oscar and Rosa Shuman,47Tel.fair Milton Hood
1647 Wind St.. age 25. St' June 1/56. Boy. I' + 1
Store -
Guest-At
neighborhood Drug Is
Trade With Your Henry J.Perry, 1516 Morgan St, Jerry and Elizabeth Koh Rt. ;
age 22 and Essie M. Fields 4470 4, Box 433A. May 28/56. Boy Bethune Cookman

W e Will Meet 'Any Prices Advertised San Juan Ave, age 17. Charles .and Essie Carroll, '907 I 1
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In Your Local' Papers David Williams, 1153 W. Mon- W. 3rd St May 30/56. Girl. I Milton ,Hood appeared as guest Spacious Pavilion for Dancing
roe St. age 21 and Alma J. Williams Junior and Lorine,Holmes, 1435 at Bethune-Cookman' on Thursday -
1056 W. Church St, age 16. B W.33rd" St May 31/56. GirL' The'invitation was extendedby i

WOOD'S 1DOE PHARMACY: Joe L. McDowell 710 Venus Roosevelt and Merlene Ealey, Richard V. Moore. president t>f Delicious Foods Soft ,Drinks ,
Court, age 18 and Mae T. Hart, 923 W. 11th Sa. June 13/56, Boy. the college. : '
1302 KINGS ROAD it MYRTLE AVENUE 1628 Johnson St, age 17. Warren and Dorothy Godfrey, Mr. Hood was guest of the college -

PHONES! EL '3- "7-,8 TonxMcCoy, 900 Oakley St. age Sr. 1135 Kings Rd.: June 1/56. during the day and entertain Drive to the. North: End, .of Franklin: Street-:, \

We DeBrtr We Also Fill All Doctors Prescriptions 62 and Louise Morris, 904 OakleySt ed the. faculty and student body

40. Boy.Rubin and Ido Burney 352 with recital in theevening. i } '' ", -i : *;* t
WATER AND TELEPHONE age: l. Plenty Parking Space -- *
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LIGHT
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PAY YOUR GirL :Cecil Fisher' accompanied .
Ralph C. Bryant. Jr, 955 West Moncrief Rd. June 1/56. "' TSat.cloJ -* "- ** *" *
BILLS AT OUR STORE Beaver Str: age 22'and Flonzell --patriclC nd'Jean.Mins."tl058 W. at trwpiano during the recital andon t h. '. .> _.___ .._ :. : i

I.I [Gren, 321 E. Beaver St, age 17. Church St June 1/56. Boy. the trip.



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I Florida AME, Churches Report $58,000 To General Fund I





liskip D. Ward Nichols OitUiesPriidples Bishop Nichols In Conference With Pastors I Choir Observes 1 Revival Service

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I Grant! MemorialA
Choir 2 of the Grant Memorial

.The revolutionary budget program passed in the 35th General :,.a4 ;' at AME Church will observe its an-i
i Conference of the AME Church was set in motion in the 11th !q'ti4 v :--(;):< niversary July 15 from 4 to 6 p.1 ten-night revival meeting will

Episcopal District in a special conference of pastors and laymen m. in the Recreation Center. I begin on July 9 in the First New

called by.Bishop D. Ward Nichols Serving as chairman and cochairman Zion Baptist Church with the Rev.
will be Mrs. Luella Mc-
The meeting .was held at Edward Robert Wilson pastor of the

Waters College.In to know that the 60-odd thousand a. Bride and Mrs. Georgia Benjamin I' Bethel Baptist Church preachingeach

this first official meeting AME's in Florida are going to V N y respectively. night
called 'by' the newly appointed walk hand in hand with our Mesdames' Kathlyn McKenzie Prayer service and revival

Bishop $58,000 was reported by bretheren in Tallahassee and 'ware Agnes Walker, Everette Watkin music rendered by the-choir will

-'-presiding elders from the various going to give them all of the Viney Ford, Helen Felix Misses precede the service each night
!" Katie Legree, Evelyn Lyons and
districts The daily vacation Bible school
moral and financial support pos-
is be to the Janette Felix will serve as host- with Mrs. Ruth D. White
.: .The sum to sent sible. Under my leadership I want in chargeis
General Headquarters to be placed the AME ministry in Florida to esses. in session each day in the
E into one fund and from there it I take the lead in this fight for A program including some of church from 9 to 12 noon.

"'will be disbursed to the various equal rights. the leading artists of the city District 1 will meet Sunday at

"diosceses and. schools of the de- Bishop Nichols also made .several participating will be presented. 4 p. m. in the home of Mr. and

|nomination. important appointments in Mrs. Joseph D. White 2109 Payne

-?/'The former prelate outlined the the Church. The Rev. D. A. Russell STEWARDS BOARDOF Street

hfgh moral .and spiritual standards of St. Paul AME Church was GRANT AME District 5 will meet Sunday in

which he believes Christian appointed Presiding Elder of the the basement of the church at

leaders should maintain and North Miami District succeedingthe PLANS: OBSERVANCESolomon 4:30: p. m.Choir .
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which have been his trademark Rev. W. F. Ball who was ele-: -" I 3 will be presented in a
throughout the E1ne- I Small who has served' musical recital July 15 in the
J. A.
years. Rev.
vated to the Bisphoric.
FIRST CONFERENCE Elders of the District shown
Presiding Episcopal are as they
He added that his conception of for 26 years as a member of the 10 auditorium of the church.
Roberts of Mt. Zion, Jacksonville,
gathered at Edward Waters College for their first meeting with Bishop D. Ward Nichols who was recently -
Stewards Board of the Grant
Christianity went beyond the
was appointed pastor of St. Paul assigned to Florida. Left to right: Her. R. W. Whitehurst Bishop Nichols, Bishop W. F. Ball I
Memorial AME has
Church
bounds of Sunday services and announced
Rev. W. F. Foster, formerly of Reverends L D. Ford F. A. Allen Frank Jones. A. J. Covington and A. L. Sampson. Second row: Reverends Emanuel Baptist
the observance of the
carried his interest to everyday
New Bethel was appointed pastorof S, L. O'Neal. C. .. Lindsey. W. R. Akery and Walter White. Standing Reverends E. L. Pink.
problems that touched on the social 62nd anniversary of the board to
I Mount Zion and Rev. Waymon ney. T. C. Kelly Sr. E. B. Daniels. J. C. Surrency. S. E. Moses. W. A. Jennings E. J. Jackson. A. A. Slates Activities
be observed 19-27 with
and economic development ofthe August a
Jennings Sr. of Eustis, Florida '
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Williams and K. D. W1 J.. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
;people. I was appointed Presiding Elder of .__ program. On-coming activities for the
Resolution Passed the Orlando District succeeding The Rev. A. B. Coleman, pastorof
i Emanuel
Baptist Church have
Endorsing Boycott I the late Rev. W. D. Horton. New Hi. Olive AME Will Celebrate Mrs. Earline Foster the Shiloah Baptist Church been.announced as follows:
will render service at the churchon
Headlighting the session was a To Be Paid TributeThe Choir 2,.will meet for rehearsalat
resolution passed endorsing the July 24 Accompanying him 4:30 p. m. Saturday.
Church And Pastor's AnniversaryServices will be the choir ushers and
bus boycott being conducted by FLANIM PrexyInformed Baptist Training Union of Sunday: The Home Missionary
members of the congregation.
the Negro citizens of Tallahassee.The -- will
the First Baptist Church will Society meet at 5 p. m. in the
Rev. H.McNeal Harris, pastorof celebrating the 38th honor Mrs. Earline Foster with a auditorium of the church.

Bethel AME Church Tallahassee Of 154 anniversary of the New Mt. Olive Harmony Baptist testimonial on Sunday July 8 in ALEXANDER HEARD District 2 will meet in the basement

was presented and told of his Baptist Church and the fifth anni- the educational building begin- IS' SPEAKER FOR of the church at 3 p. m.

recent arrest for an "alleged" traffic FellowshipGrails' versary of the pastor the Rev. H ning at 3:30 p. m. District 4 will meet in the base-

violation while transporting L. Jenkins will be held Monday, Sets Women's DayWomen's Mrs. Foster has served in vari- DISTRICT DRIVE ment of the church at 3:30: p. m.

workers in a "car lift". The July 2':6.Monday: ous capacities in the church for a District 5 will meet at 3 p. m. in
Bishop asked that a resolution be President R. W. Puryear of the Rev. P. Josey of number of years, namely, the Alexander Heard, president of the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. Pres-
passed supporting the Inter-City Florida Normal and Industrial Church his Day'will be observedon the BYPU District Association, 2079 Lewis
the St. Peters Baptist choir 1, vice-president of the ton, Street.
Civic Council and informed the Memorial College St. Augustine, choir and congregation will have Sunday, July 8 in the Harmony Junior Women's Missionary Society will be speaker for the District District 11 will sponsor a Pineapple

ministers present that they must Florida has been informed that charge of the service. The deacons Baptist Church with Mrs. a teacher in the Sunday Drive of the Antioch Baptist Sip at 3 p. m. in the church
stand up like men and take the the Ford Foundation has announced '. and deaconess boards of the Rosa Williams serving as chair School department, a worker in Church on July 9 at 8 p. m. James basement. .
154 train- man and Mrs. R., EL Linning as co- Buren will master of
fellowships'for serve as
He
lead in the civil rights fights.
church will sponsor the group. the church district and a Bible District 12 will meet at 3 p. m.
stated that he will ask the Budget ing in 'foreign and international Tuesday, the Rev. W. A. Mackof chairman. reader leader in the BYPU de- ceremonies.The in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Commission of the church at their affairs. They are part of a Foun- the New Jerusalem and the Services scheduled for Sunday partment.Mrs. drive will terminate at this Freeman, 1208 W. 28th Street

meeting in Chicago July 13, 14, dation program to further know- Rev. H. L. Coley of the New will begin at 10 a. m. Mrs. R. E. Foster has represented her time and full reports from all districts District 1 will meet in the home

for permission to take up a special ledge and understanding that may Bethel AME Church will be in Linning will preside at the Sun church with credit throughout the will be made. of Mr. and Mrs. T. Thomas, 1684

offering throughout the .state, for enhance the ability of the United charge sponsored by Districts. '1 day School meeting. An old-fash- years. She is the director of meth- An afternoon tea will be givenon McMillan Street.
support of the boycott. States to meet its international ioned Covenant will take July 8 by District 2 in the
meeting
and 2. ods for the district BYPU Convention Choir 1 will sponsor a trip.
:In conclusion he told the as- responsibilities. The fellowships Wednesday. District 33 will place at 11 a_m. Mrs. A. Farmer, chairman of Evangelical home of Mr. and Mrs. Will around the world on July 6.

sembled group, "I want the world are intended to help increase the sponsor the Rev W. L. Jones of president of the BTU will meet Committee of the District Junior Cooper, 837 Oakley Street from 4

corps of Americans with expert the First Corinth Church. with the young people at 6 p.:m. Women's Department and serves to 5:30 p. m.Church.

knowledge of Asia, the Near East. Thursday,, Chairs 1 and,.2.wiU followed. by _the ,evening serviceat severaljcommitteesv GmiHG UP NIGHTSIf
on
.Annuaf Meet .. Africa the Soviet Union and Cast
3fete r be'in charge with the Rev.,G. H. 7:30 p m.: when preaching and In the light of i>personal service
NotesThe I
"BUdder Weknec"lOetUnc
for
em Europe. They provide Hamilton of the Fellowship bringing the Lord's Supper will, Be observed Mrs. Foster has made her greatest lid by(too frequent,burnIng or ttctttaxc -
The AME Laymen's League graduate work in one of the social urination) or Strong. Cloadjr C
the message. contribution through her leader due to common Kidney and Bladder Irrt-
will conduct its annual state sciences humanities with .
or special t&Uaaa.try Ultfi'U tat octet.neb.
meeting in Ft. Myers1 July 4-5. Friday, the Rev. E. L. Molandof The Rev. G. W. Crockett is ship as the supervisor of the kin- deacons board of the Ever- .A biiuoo orszxzta &abJe .
reference to these foreign
the Galilee Church will be in minister of the church.Pallbearers dergarten department. green Baptist Church will meet i e put as yn GYlnZX aada
it for
Any interested person may as a preparation for teach ...____ IL Orvntt
contact Mrs. Ruth Watson, 1931 areas ing or careers in government,business charge sponsored by the usher Planning the program in her Sunday in the home of Mrs. E. Mflifirtlfm or aomy-UO tniranUc

Tyler Street for further in and communications. A few boards 1 and 2. N honor is W. F,: Tillman, Mrs. Howard, 923 Hogan Street at
formation.PAIN. Mrs. L. B. Story:, will give the Announce : Louise Moses, Mrs. Aretha John- which time a shoe rally will be
of the fellowships will help young
scholars combine similar foreign- welcome address and thehistory son and Mrs. Annie Lee Scott. given. For EYE GLASSES
of the church will be given by Activities Of Group
training in the .
area training or Coll 0' See
Catherine Garner.
sciences with work in international Mrs. BLIND SINGERSAT PATRONIZE
RekWo/ social JACK ANDERSON
All ministers invited to participate
Pallbearers' No.. 216 will meet
relations teaching and ELKS HALLA Florida StarAdvertisers 308 W. Fonyth Ph. EL 3-1750
on the program will be accompanied Thursday July 5, at 1082 Davis
research. CATERING TO RETIRED OR
by their choirs and
This is the first year for the congregations. .StreetThe group of blind singers The WORKING PEOPLE

international relations fellow anniversary celebration Jackson Harmoneers" will appearin ,

ships. It is the fifth year the held recently! ; in the Zion Hope a recital on Sunday, July 1 in Learn Commercial Art

IMO _AIM. .* HEADACHE. MtlMUL. Foundation has granted fellow MISSIONARY GROUP Baptist Church of which the Rev.E. the Elks Auditorium beginning at Start Anytime GUARANTEED CALLS
SERVICE
GIA.NIUKITt..tt* STANBACK T A S. ships for foreign-area training SETS ANNIVERSARY' R. Simpson is pastor brought 9 p. in. G. I. APPROVED $3.00
(.CTtor. POWOCJtt STANSACK Isass
a one Is rtdisat formula .ITAN. and one-third of this year's grants visitors from the various churches This group occupies a glowing AMERICAN

SACK( recover...Wf la*. Tfce a4M e ectfvwiM' as. whose performance has been out Society of the Second Baptist Rev. CX. S. James, the Rev. C. C. contribute their success to three ( fJ Jacksonville -
Moved To ATMEL
New Locatio.
.ULTIf;I.(.......itnM Nbge'-. .--
-.ae..Me.wi.y. ad..... standing. The.Fellows come from Church will observe their 10th anniversary Brown, the Rev. W.'R. Robinsonand facts, all men in the group are 106 EAST BAY STREET
...... _ae I 30 states the District of Columbiaand on July 16 in the auditorium Miss ReAa Wood. .blind their originality and their 24 Floor 3-4366

Hawaii, and from 46 American of the church. The Bev. G: W. Miller introduced ability to sing with a deep reli- '

F TesiLYAN3era/teet.rs t colleges and universities.Most Chairman of the program com- the principal speaker. gious feeling. ,

"Y IBR of them will spend their mittee will be Mrs. Lucille Scott I I I

fellowship terms which run up to and her assistants will be Mrs.' Beautiful
Belhune-Yolusia Beach
1 two years in study and researchin Minnie Weathers and Mrs.

the United States. : Mattie Morgan."A 1 Rev. Madam I. JordanGod's

Queen of Mission" contest j Ideal Vacation
has been planned in conjunctionwith Miracle Woman Spot

GREENLAND PARK the program. Mrs. T. Jenk- She Is the One That Helps Millionsof
ins will reign as.queen and Mrs. People All Over the World
Retirement or Permanent Living
23 ACRES, ON CREEK FRONTWith Maud Higgins as a contestant If You Are Worried, Sick Have the Jinks
Officers of the society are Mrs. ON Toy, Can't Prosper Can't Get Hold ofMoney BEACH FACILITIES BOATING
Mrs. t Have Love Problems or Trouble of -
hole. 3inchpiped Alberta Williams president;
large cement..bloek. building swimming y"' Any Kind. .
in Artesian well High ground. Large moss covered Roberta Hall, vice-president; Mrs. Deep Sea or River Fishing
Grounds. Motel Mary Coffey, second vicepresident -
Oaks. Suitable for Supper Club. Picnic SEE THIS GIFTED WOMAN AT ONCE -
Cottages or lovely creek front Homesites. Only 11 miles ; Mrs.. Minnie Weathersbee,

from city out Phillips Highway. South. Will sell all or corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ada She Can.an J Will Help You Lois Available $295 Up

any part. Reeves, financial secretary;; Mrs. ,,

Eve Bryant, assistant financial -_,_: .Hours: 10:00 ..M. to 8:00 p.m. Daily PHONE EX 80453Roy
.ALSO'- secretary; Mrs. Florida Burns,recording .y ,
secretary; Mrs. Maggie 1116 WEST 8th STREET Hill
E. Mulhall or Mrs. Nadine
II LOVELY LOTS LEFT Sloan, assistant secretary and Mrs. PHONE EL 4-8182
Cola McCoy, treasurer.

IN RIPPLING CREEK! HOMESITES I


Just across the creek from this property. Lots priced low. GETTING UP NIGHTs I RITZ THEATRE .

I New County Road coming through same. Working on it If IIilehto W.rottlnt:too: CHAMPION'SFactoryToYou
these lots and Slag UP or Bed tneoent. -
now. Drive out Sunday. afternoon and see buralni or Itching vrtnatloa) or I Friday Saturday June 29-30
also: the 23 acre trailLOTS Btronf cammoo Bm.IUni.Kldner and Cloudy: BUdder Irr it.UUooe. Prices CHARLES STARRETT
try CTSTMC for quick help. JO years wo
prove sifter for young Mid old. Art dro "OVERLAND TO DEADWOOD"RICHARD
wider money-back cuata&tey -
PRICED $399.00 &&for CTVl'EJL
: Bee bow last you tmpror*. CONTE

DOWN $6.00 Nylon Stretch Sox .... 3-for $1.00First "RACE FOR LIFE" .

Weekly $ZOO or $8.00 Month BLONDIE'SFor Quality "
; Sunday Monday Tuesday WednesdaySCOTT
Hair StylingTo Short Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.59
BRADY FOREST TUCKER
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..10% DISCOUNT FOR CASH Suit Any Occasion Summer Slacks .. .. .. ....,...... :.. .. $3.98 up "VANISHING AMERICAN"ROD

Drive HVi miles South of where four lane highway starts Very Reasonable Rates Free Alterations -;- CAMERON"FIGHTING

on Phillips Highway to* Rippling Creek sign. Turn left 0.. 'Group CHANCE", ".

V4 mUe. This Is 1 miles South of where Expressway 1137 W. Church Street Straw Hats .. .... $1.00Menls '
loins Phillips Highway. ;.,eel I Thursday Friday Saturday July 5.7
Grv V. m Trim Handkerchiefs 12-for $1.00

Owner. on Grounds from 12 to 5 Sunday Phone EL 3-9529 "TALL RANDOLPH MEN'RIDING""SHACic'ouf"SCOTT

f. .....blNtt 125 West Street Phone EL 4-1118 n. .
RIPPLIMC CREEK HOMESITES TINY MAt THOMAS, "., Bay I n 101" "

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I.School Facilities. For Negroes ermed "Excellent" .1 I : I


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Bailey Sees Bumper Crop of Teachers Among Our Good Citizens Groups Proof Is Fond *

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Defray PoolDelray *

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DAYTONA BEACH-State Supt. Thomas D. Bailey told a conference
I of colored public school principals that excellent school drl Beach -Proof has been *

facilities are being provided for colored children.He received that city officials here *
said there are more colored promised to build colored peoplea

teachers percentagewise than woo swimming pool, according to the
there are white teachers. Salary Goverur Skys Miami Herald. :

scales among whit e and colored :: :. ;,....,. ;A. ft ,va". 3' City officials, including Mayor IWaoeuc
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d
teachers are almost identicalHe Away Frtm Fiss '; .E. .# Mike Yargates, have publicly denied -
also said in this year's senior tlt that they ever promised any-
high school.tests, on which admis- {' : : thing.
sion to state universities are based At Belray leach }i "t'., Notes in the handwriting of

"there' were: no colored students '> Yargates and signed by him as
rj
who scored up to the level of the :; well as commissioners Emory Bar-
top 20 percent; of white students". MIAMI-Governor LeRoy Collins ..tr" row and W J. Snow show that

If the present admission policiesof now in Atlantci City for the they did. A tip of the Prpsl Cap t*
the university as adopted by Governor's Conference, after The notes were written at a t be.e ...btaadlncc
the Board of Control were used at learning of the Delray Beach racial meeting of the Commission in ,'_ rkaDS. _h. make ..r

Florida A and M University next crisis through a series of ar- tso May. in the presence of City Manager country a tetter Place and in our bieh cMtnnntty to live.
year, based on this year's scores of ticles in the Miami Herald reported William Lawson. Jr. and Police *
seniors in colored schools. only through his office that he could Chief R. C. Croft. Below is
about 82 of 1687 who took the test not intervene personally becauseit d the text of these notes. * *

would be eligible to enter FloridaA involves a local problem. : 1. Swimming pool built this *

and M or any other state insti. He added, however, "If a repre- year.
H
tution of higher learning. sentative of the governor's office 3 2. Cear colored beach; build --S-

There may be some reasons for can step in and be helpful this bath house parking lot remove
this situation existing in the past can be arranged". rocks from colored beach; furnish
few years, but I submit that you Meanwhile, a group of repre- .. ..." ... ... _<<. N_ _;. .... >'0.- police protection life guard.If *
are challenged to require t higher sentative white citizens and colored GOOD CITIZENS This of Jaxons is another beach becomes available *
group just one of the many social civic and religious
degree of performance in the fu leaders made a plea for such clubs composed. of respectable colored citizens who take an active interest in community improvement that is equal or better for *
ture. There seems to be no reasonable help, namely.the president of the and the upholding of good moral conduct. colored of Delray Beach this
excuse for a continuation Delray Beach Taxpayers Associa- should be acceptable. This beach *
'Shown here are members of the Skylight Social end Savings Club which held its last meeting
'
of the lag between the achieve- tion, Adgate A. ,Lipscomb, C. must be on Atlantic Ocean. :":
in the home of Mr,,and Mrs. Luther McClendon. 3106 Moncrief Rd. Sitting from left are; Mrs. S. *
ment of students of the two races. Spencer Pompey, history teacher "Do not make Delray Beach
,
Hampton Mrs. W. Mitchell. Mrs. L. McDonald and Mrs. R. Smith. Standing are: P. Dorsey Mrs. J. O.
and 'coach of the Carver High Oliphant, Mrs. J. L... School in- Delray Beach and integration becomes universal/
NEGRO VOTERS George S. McKay, secretary of the Mike Yargates -
Delray Beach Civic League. Congressmen Balk At : ..- W. J. SnowE. LILLIAN WARDS
WILL BE VITALTO '- J. Barrow New Stanton Senior *
., High School
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Rights Proposals -- ---.----- City officials have now voted *
CONGRESSSAN Summer Program Goes -.'- I not to build the pool pending a this Pepsi-Cola young dealers Lieutenant salute on *
Into ST. PETERSBURG -Two referendum on an act which the School Safety Patrol
Its Second
Week and recipient of two good *
Southern congressmen said the Y", would exclude all 3300 colored citizenship awards. Miss
FRANCISCO Clarence i At Douglas AndersonThe Administration's civil rights pro- people from the city limits. They Wards president Is a and freshman.acting vice-secretary *
Mitchell director of the NAACP posals are "absurd and outrage- did so by voting to put $60,000 of her homeroom
class, secretary of her his- *
Washington Bureau said the colored second week of the summer ous" and would create Federal allocated for the pool into a trust tory class.
votes may be a major factorin recreation program is being ob- "gestapo"' ; Y fund. *
determining control of the next served at Douglas Anderson B efpre the Senate Judiciary In May, the Herald learned they
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Congress. School Committee, Rep. James C. Davis Car R urged Governor Collins to speedup
"Civil rights will be the most The playground is supervisedby said that the proposed legislationis k Y r. health department approval of *

important issue in determiningwho Edward Joyner, co-ordinator, directed against the South stat- $ c plans for the pool so that the :
controls the'85th ,Congress," Mrs. Earnestine Cox; Arts and city could go ahead and build it-
he asserted. Crafts. Mrs. Evelyn P. Barnes; ing it would allow Federal invasion t Tallahassee's approval was given *

He said Negro voters could horn emaking Mrs. W. M. Ric- of state elections in a several weeks ago. *

Wing the election either way in hardson; Library, Miss Angylyn "gestapo type of interference*.

'60 close congressional districts. in Gray and music, Mrs. Sadie F. ________ *
Dr. Richard Moore
16. Northern states. Jeffers. -g
"Each time Senator Eastland Classes.are held from 9 a. m. to PATRONIZE ; r. st '''s

opens his mouth on civil rights he 5 p. In., lunch from 12 p. m. to !2 ''' Differs On "Lag"Of .
.,.....
paves the way for the defeat of a p. II\\ r Florida, Star ,
Democrat of the election of a Re All classes are free and will Negro Pupils

publican.- he also said. continue for four weeks. .-.AdvertisersSALE I 'r, R v \

Miami- Dr. Richard V. Moore, *


Iix president College' colored said and of that white Bethune-Cookman continuingtestsof students will ** IRELIUS Mathew Nigh JONES W.School Gilbert:JR-

I GAS RANGE : Jones a member of 11A-5
show than now less lag indicated.in colored. education ** class r.ttelIU is vice-president is for Den boys Chief of at

He also said tests showing and assistant Scout Master -
I of Boy Scout Troop 73
colored school
grammar pupils and has earned 17 merit
.... .,. two years behind in their readingand '. .badges in scouttnf.
II Nip Sams. Calvert Representative is shown presenting two mathematical ability is "un- *. ,
Florence Gas RangesNO I round-trip tickets to Mr. and Mrs. Lee Baker of 770 W. State SL fair.? Colored children were not *' *

Reservations have been made for one week at the Miami Carver test "ready. White 'children he *
Hotel at the expense of Calvert Distillers Company. said are tested at least three
The couple was married at the Duval County'Armory during a times yearly, while colored children w *

DOWN' recent food show. Mr. and Mrs. Baker will depart June 30th on The. are given only one test. *
MONEY Champion for their vacation-honeymoon trip. Dr. Moore did concede that in
individual cases, there js a lag in *
colored learning due to economic
[ *
JPs Oppose Blood NeededTo conditions but he ,added *with
24 MONTHS TO PAY gradually' improving educational *

Soil To Outlaw Save LivesAn facilities in:the for colored 1947 Minimum people Foundation 'provided : v -1 *

.Law, .and better trained *
"Buy at Duval, Pay at Duval" District Plan appeal is being made by Lee teachers'the general educational

20 Models To Choose FromFREE1 bettered all the *
Miller, chairman of the blood recruitment standard is being '
committee of the Tuberculosis time: tIle *
esss Association of Duval cited 'high degrees being
Four Duval
County Justices of FANNHE BRADSHAWNew
i the Peace and five constables County,for blood donors to give awarded to colored people born in SUU Senior *
have asked that the Circuit Court 58 pints of blood'for six patients I Florida and educated in Eastern, HIS? School *

saw questioning the legality of their at the Central Florida Tubercu-': universities. 'Similar recognition is *
districts be dismissed. losis Hospital at Orlando. riven Miss Bradshaw br
Pepsi-Cola dealers for her
The patients, two and four *
men splendid senric in School
Filing motions contending there DAYTIME'AND IYININOS
.Safety Patrol u First SUf -
of Duval in 1.
women County, are
e7r was no legal reason for the 1949 TV SERVICE CJ7 sssssl React and drill commander *
need of chest,surgery in treatmentof elementary croup.
special act under which the districts CALLS }0.9V. She is a member of freshman
their illness and will require class and secretary of *
were created to be declared STEVENS TV .. her History class
transfusions.
ss HAM. illegal and unconstitutional was FOR ONE-HOUR SERVICE *
.. tl l Those who can give blood are..
Arnold.the attorney for the. group Walter asked to report to the Jacksonville j Call Guaranteed EL 6-0894 W.rk) * **

Aft Blood Band 536 W. 10th Street %
He stated that the
INSTALLATIONAnd Legislature and give the blood for the"Tuber
had legally created the districtsand Association'of I Collfrat1llotio. from Pepsi
culosis Duval County
had to the LEARN TO DRIVEThe Cola h these three Merit
merely designated
to be credited to the patients in Award winners!
DELIVERY Borad of County Commissionersthe Orlando. II Quickest The EectW ..
ministerial duti es of establishing .y T. Leer. "* Listee t. Pepsi M1 Aw rJ
The' bank is open Monday .. Pepsi Cola
.I.t.tiotIs l
With Each Rats seW the boundary lines. through Friday from 8:33 a. m. to AJAXDRIVING TEEN TIME, WRHC, 1400
The suit was brought by FrankT. 4 p. m. and Saturday from 8:30a. on year dial,Sehiraayf 10 .
7W Connon in the name of Sarah m. to 12 noon. : SCHOOL 11 AJ*.

Bryan..Justice of the Peace of the CALL EL. 4-0629: .
Second District in which it con- Trade With
Priced $ 95 tends that the special act is illegal Shopping Guide Advertisers George Perpeno *
139 and unconstitutional because it -1134W. 5th Street *
Treat You Better I
HIGHEST TRADE-IN rromALLOWANCES violates a -amendment to the They i
State Constitution which providedfor
the district' boundaries to be x

AND TRADE defined. by the Legislature. *

Miss Bryan nomination to
the office she has held for 22
years to Ernest D. Jackson color

Duval Appliance Co. ed lawyer May.,in the primary electionon CeUDeeUrt

t The effect of a court ruling Peps
holding the current justice of the el
CORNER STATE AND PEARL PHONE EL 6-2493 peace act unconstitutional was not Jeekseevlllekae

certain. Remedial action by the .J. 4
Open Iti9.00 Monday and Friday Nights --.._ _
p.m. Lefislature *y com before theftaal ,-c. -.--'
deebioa is made. _
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llnalll'C _" News PIIIHa :Park News Our Youth In' The Armed 'Services l I.Green Cove, SpringsThe


-' BY E. 'J.VB EJf ,. Airman Apprentice -, Fireman Apprentice Airman Ap- 'Rev. L. W. Tyler pastor of

/Of Mftditea Sir**. Paint. Florida By Mrs.-Florence McBride JohnA. I Joshua prentice Nath- the Mt Zion AME Church will deliver -
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Phone East S-382S By Mrsv
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Services at Allen Chapel A. M. son of Mr. and USWR, son of son of Mr. and morning and:: evening.

The' boa isn't always right but he is still the boss." E. Church were most enjoyable Mrs. R. Claytonof Mrs. Rosa Lee Mrs. Frank Holy Communion will be administered -
throughout the entire Rev. of 1017 East Ford of P. O.
We will resume our guest column this week but before we send day. 1451 W 23rd I at the- morning and
Starkees delivered the Phelps Street Rox 54, Putnam
out the invitation we apologize to our many readers and subscribersfor morning 11:1 St. graduated I evening worships.

having missed giving,you our column and having skipped last and evening messa,e. : from Recruit graduated from Hall Floridagraduated Sunday School opens at 9:45 a.

week's issue.This The bi-weekly meeting of the Training at Recruit Train- from I m. at which time each child is
S Christmas Club held ing at Bain- HecruiTrain-
Saving was
week we are inviting a Bainbridge Md. I asked to bring another child to
last Wednesday night. I bridge, Md. on ing at Bainbridge
young lady who lives on ft street while swimming in Pomona Lake. Vacation on April 21 April 28, 1956 I Md. on increase the little ones in services.

that is an unlucky number._ We Bible School is now 1956 and complete -'..... "'" : Usher Board 1 and Choir 1 will
-" and March 31, 1956.
hi progress at Mt. Tamo Baptist <1 nine weeks of intensive completed
.
are members of-the same church. I' serve throughout the day.GAINESVILLE
The Rev. T. J. Alston officiatedat
Recruit'Com
Church. Pomona Park, Florida. training and instruction in vital his nine weeks of intensive training Ford,,a member of -
She is usher and also
an a member
the funeral services for Mrs.
and was advanced in pany 36, completed nine weeks of
All are asked to attend. basic rating
phrases of-Navy life and has
of the choir. She has two
Lucile Jones on Sunday afternoonin Miss Florence Williams of this advanced in rating from Seaman I from Seamanship Recruit to Fire''I I intensive training in vital basic
daughters and two I
sons. am sure the Bethlehem Baptist Church.
she city attended the Florida Association Recruit to Airman Apprentice. man Apprentice. Lee, followinghis phases of Navy life was advancedin
knows the invitation is for T
of Colored Girls in Ft. Pierce 14-day leave period reported rating from Seaman Recruit to
her. If she will contact me I will Following a 14-day leave he re- I A benefit program will be
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grimsleyand Florida. She participated in the to,USS Forrestal CVA 59, Norfolk, Airman Apprentice. Following a
e give her two passes to the movies. ported; Norfolk, Va. Prior to his given by the Interdenominational
!
'Mr. and Mrs. Summers returned Annual State Spelling Bee and entry into the Navy Clayton attended Va, Prior to his entry into the 14-day leave period reported to Choirs Union in the Mt. Olive

Mr. and Mrs Ira Ellis-had as to their home in Lexington won second place. Miss Williams Stanton High School and Navy, Lee attended Mathew W. the All Weather Training Unit at Primitiv *Baptist Church on July

their house guests last week-end Ky. last Monday'after a very represented the Orange Blossom was formerly. employed by JordanCo. Gilbert High School. Key West Fla. 3at8p.m.

their foster son Mr. Robert Bowie pleasant visit here with Mr. and Federated Club in the Associationand -- Mrs. Carrie Allen will serve as
Mrs. James Grimsley. They also the Hallie Brown Club in I Ir II
and also Mr. Deloach Ft. Lau- Q. I chairman of the program committee

derdale, Florida visited St. Augustine, Daytona the spelling bee. e, --. ...v.:. Airman Ap- '" :,\ Seaman Fred- and has prepared a fine pro-

Beach, Deland, Jacksonville, and Seaman ,. prentice Lloyd .:.! die Lee John- gram for this occasion.

Paradise Park, Silver Springs be- Apprentice Donley son of son graduated
Mrs.'Clara Brown of East Pa- Legion Auxiliary < ,. s
Joseph tt"A I
fore leaving the State. Mr. and Mrs. from nine Charles Chestnut Sr. is reportedill
latka attended the wedding of her, 4
Albertie SA
(
} Walter weeks of inten-
: Officers Installed Donleyof i in his home.
son Harry Williams to Miss BettieW. 063 son of Mrs. L

in'West Palm Beach last Sat.; Mrs. Annie Willie Mills has returned Flemming Al ) Keystone sive RecruitTraining

i after Tallahassee Officers installedfor Heights, Flor- i at : The Welfare Lea-
Community
urday June 9th. to her home having 3E bertie of RPD 9 ,
,
spent several ,weeks in Newark the American Legion Auxiliary ,.Ra Box 1024, Jacksonville ida graduated j Bainbridge Md. I gue will meet Monday at 6 p. m.
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Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mercer. :hadas I N. J. visiting her son. and daugfi- recently in the American Le- Florida from Recruit on May 5. 1956 i for a business session.

: gion Home on Brevard Street Training at and received
their house guests lasf week er' J\.law. graduated I

Mrs. Ruby Lowe and Mrs.'Ellen, were Mrs. Lucy Hunter first vice- from RecruitTraining Bainbridge,Md. basic instruc-! 4-Year Boy Is Killed
Mrs. Beatrice Green on March 24, tion in many
Williams Ocala.Mesdames president; I
The many friends of Mrs. Ada at
second 1956. He was a phases of requirement -:
Bell' Parristl will regret to learn vice-president; Mrs. Carrie Bainbridge, Md. I: Gainesville J. T. Thomas, a
of Naval
Ross MrsGertie member; of recruit company 027 life, is the
Alma and Helen that she is confined to the Flagler chaplain; on April 14, 1956. Albertie completed -'and son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnsonof 4-year-old boy was killed when

Brown had as their house guest Hospital in St. Augustine gravelyill. Carter assistant secretary; Mrs. nine weeks of intensive upon completion of nine P. O. Box 66, Garden City, Fla. j i struck by a car on U. S. Highway

last week Mrs. Lettie Appling Leaner Cruel, Historian; Mrs. training" and instruction in vital weeks of intensive training was and has advanced from 301 north of Waldo.
in rating
Ocala. Maud Mitchell, recording secretary basic phrases of Navy life and advanced in'rating from Seaman Seaman Recruit to Seaman. Fol- Sheriff Joe Crevasse listed the

Rev.T.J. Alson, pastor of Bethlehem ; Mrs. Elvire Brown, corresponding was advanced 'ir> rating from Sea- Recruit to Airman Apprentice. lowing a 14-day leave period reported driver of the car as Mrs. Mada-

Miss Melba Lee .Johns and led motorcade of fifteen secretary; Mrs. Lucy man Recruit Seaman Apprentice. line Strong of, Jacksonville who
a Vera Following a 14-day leave period to Norfolk, Va., USS Wis-
Mrs.
Howard McCrae were married to Beach last Sunday Turner treasurer; Following his 14-day leave was treated_for shock and released
cars Daytona Reavers Mrs. reported to Bainbridge, Md. for ,consin. Johnson prior to his entry
last Sunday afternoon in the homeof sargeant-at-arms;
afternoon where he deliveredthe period reported to the USS Iowa. from a hospital here.

the bride's parents, Mr. and Missionary sermon'to the Sun- Lucile Owen color bearer; Miss Norfolk, Va. Prior to his entry duty. Donley prior to his entry into the service graduated from t County Judge H. H. McDonald

Mrs. Preston Johns. day School of the Peaceful Asso- Jackie Owen, junior president; into the Navy he attended Isiah into the Navy attended high Davis Street Junior High School, I said no inquest would be necessary

ciation. Miss Algenora McMillian, junior Blocker SchooLJudge school. :class of '54. I .

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Clarkare secretary: and Mrs. Tempie- W.

the of Ford, president.Following s
proud parents a baby
girl born in the J: and R. Nursing Mrs. Roberta Peterson will cele-:! installation a de- Defers HOROSCOPE GUIDE I
brate her 18th anniversary as a
Home. The baby weighed nine lightful banquet was given in "
gospel singer. A veryfine program
and one-half pounds. honor of John Swilley, Mrs. Eva /
will be rendered at the Sentence For
Continued
Swilley Mrs. Vickie Crawford, ( from Page 2))

Bethlehem Baptist Church where Eugene T. Ford, Mrs. Lucy Turner assistance of very favorable plan-
'The"I many!friends of Mrs. Ada I Bob HudsonAND -
is member and as
she
a seryes .
Bell Parrish''Wtn regret to learnof musician. Several outstanding art and others. .. Acid Thrower etary 5-80-99-14-56-357.support.

her illness.
ist will be present to participateoiv
Gold metallic borders are the
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Tallahassee
Mrs. Susie Cannon is convales- latest trim for luxurious bath Judge W. May
beau-
also one of Palatka's leading Walker deferred
cing following a severe illness. towels And the gold threads are sentencing Willi AQUARIUSBorn

ticians. guaranteed to take hot soap or C. Haggins, 19, and referred the Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

Uftera1.cervices.for.Mrs.. Mar- of detergent suds"and high 'drying case' to the State Parole Commission This is not the week to initiatenew
-*'. protect- the surface an for a'pi -seniiei( investigation "
gie*Nichols" were held Sunday wash It temperatures right In their stride! ventures or to start out pn
sink
enameled cast iron Sugar Sugar Sugar
aftemoon in the Mt. Tabor First The safestcleaning'"agent" after the youth changed a I II trips, especially if you.are bank- -
after
immediately use.
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previous plea of innocent to
Baptist Church'with the Hev. J. I one I ing on them to flourish' and open
is hot solutionof
a I
W.Walden officiating. W01S of guilty. up new vistas. This should, not .
or detergent suds. : -'
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Haggins accused of throwingacid j discourage you from investigating

Last "rites for Willie Jones were PROGRAM SCHEDULEMONDAY' on a white carpenter which the possibilities and laying the '
CONING' YOUR WAY e
held Sunday afternoon in the Mt. CARD OF THANKSThe resulted in damage to his eyes, groundwork until the moment be-

Calvary Baptist Church with, the ftDAY during an exchange of angry comes fore favorable. If you still

Rev. L D. Green officiating. Mr. f..ily .f the ate WillieJ.aas '111Ilga O* words between carpenter and have free time hands
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Jones was drowned last weekAcINNscLE ...y frie. .4s for the load' deeds '.:a.lIeana. '.- Boe4 (Mctvfca four colored persons on May 4. gather those closest to your heart 7:00 to-9:00 A.M.

..4 CMMlinfl wordt during their ,tae 73' pent 1*COT'*"Weather Miss Ruth Scott, 22; Miss Ruth and! pursue your quest for pleas.

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k : Jktery 29 23 'Two CapseJe(Melvin News Grace Weather) Madison Street who died suddenly without forcing the pace as the

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NEW YORK The announcement has been made from the With Bears TeamJ.

Office
I Robinson, the pioneer of Negroes into prganized baseball, is the : Daytona Beach In a unanimous -

winner of the coveted Spingarn Medal, making it.the first time, that C. Caroline who started his decision all six members of
an athlete has won it. football the City Commission of Daytona
career at A. L. Lewis Jr.
The medal was awarded to Beach, Florida opened to all races
High School under the tutorshipof
Jackie for his "superb sportsmanship the use of the municipally owned
Chappie James and who wenton
his pioneer role in breakingthe New Coach AlFt % golf course.
c:1: to the University of Illinois to
color Ear in organized baseball -) The action was taken at a
make
gridiron will
history
and his civic consciousness per- meeting of the Commission on
t. Valley CollegeFORT form in Jacksonville at the Gator
particularly his work in the efforts Thursday. May 31 and was
.. Bowl when his team, the Chicago
to curb juvenile delinquency. prompted by the fact that colored
Bears plays the Chicago Cardinals
Joining the Brooklyn Dodgers as VALLEY Ga. The people, while using the course
Saturday
night August 18.
I infielder in 1947, he became the announcement has come from the during early and late hours of the
it
;t first Negro major: leaguer. office of President Cornelius V.Troupe wy When Caroline signed with the day for many years had no official

It is customary to present the of Fort Valley State College \ Bears, he ended 'his stay in the status since a green fee was

award at a public meeting duringthe that Alva Tabor Jr. who was Canadian Football League wherehe not charged.In .

NAACP convention. Due to born in Fort Valley has been performed for the Toronto conversation with Earl Caldwell -

the Dodger schedule the winnerwas named athletic coach at the 'col- Argonauts and the Montreal a member of the Commis.

unable to attend the conven- lege.Tabor Alouettes.' sion Paul Hyde, prominent color-

tion which met in San Francisco. succeeds Osley S. Gates He was named the most valuj ed golfer, made it known that
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The presentation will be made in who plans to make his home in able player on the Illinois squadin such a decision that would give

New York at a later date prob- California ,Besides coaching, 1954. and was elected captainfor status to colored golfers was ex

ably after the close of the base- Tabor will serve as assistant pro- the following season. pected. Caldwell's introduction of

ball season. fessor of health and physical education the matter to the Commission

The Spingarn Medal was insti- ., Caroline had a spectacular career brought the decision that the
1 at Illinois. He named
tuted in 1914 by the late J. E. A graduate of Tuskegee and a was course would be opened to colored
All-Amencan in his
Spingarn. then chairman of the member of the football team, he sophomoreyear golfers any hour of the day upon
and shattered all Illinois
NAACP Board of Directors. It is served for a while as assistant to rec- the paying of green fees. Those-
ords for total and also
a gold medal awarded "for the the late coach Cleve Abbott. His offense playing after five in the afternoon

highest or noblest achievement by latest coaching activities were at SPORTING NEWS' ROOKIE OF tHE nAR I fAR1. ? broke the Western Conference would not be charged a fee.

an American Negro during the Wiley College Marshall, Texas. SPECTACULAR OUTSTANDING1'JRJftWSaV rushing mark.

preceding year or years." WAS ROW AND EXAMINED SOLELY ASAFRESHWi: He rolled yp a total of 1,670
PLAYER IH THE SJG L AGUES-oN THE BASIS OF HIS Contenders Loom
Since Mr. Spingarn's death in "" ""*'. yards rushing, to better by some
WMNd HIS DEFENSIVE PLAY HIS TEAM VALUE.'
1939 the medal has been continued Swimming Class 4 400 yards the long standing record
euros J.G. TAYLCQ set(
under terms of his will established by Harold (Red) For Heavy Title

which set trust fund "to Grange who was given the name
up a .per- For
petuate the 1i.f -long interest of Beginiers Honored.. ,A Solid Hit for the Cause of Intergration. The Year 1947" "The Galloping Ghost.
CHICAGO Bob Satterfield.
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my brother Arthur B. Spingarn, Slaris Jacksonville will have an op- one of the ring's most unpredictable -

of my wife,Amy E.Spingarn, and Moiday sional7"MANY portunity to see the lad performwho fighters came through with

myself in the achievements of FAMILIAR FACES started his career right here ,flying colors to ruin the present,

the American Negro.Arthur B. Beginners'classes for swimmingwill SPORTING' UPBY WILL BE,seen again in Jacksonville in the city. Many of the players hopes of young Johnny Summer-
has been of
Spingarn president
start Monday at 10 a. m..at when the Chicago Bears on' the teams played football in lin of entering into the picture as
the Association since 1939.
Robinsonwas the Jefferson Street PooL meet the Chicago Cardinals in Florida. a contender for the heavyweighttitle
The award to Jackie
The classes will include instruction made vacant by the retirement -
the 41st. Previous winners C. PARHAM JOHNSON August at the Gator Bowl for the
in beginners' swimming, intermediate of Rocky Marci no.
second time. The two teams met
are. Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, Marian MONDAY. JUNE 18, markedthe Jackson were not too impressedwith
swimming; advance I here.last> with year as .. ___
Anderson, Judge William H. Has- beginning of 'a new day in the bout ihafihey"'are"'e dy -SatterfleId* .'? r -
swimming and!.junior-and senior Ollie Matson, Dave Mann, Bobby heavily favored over
tie, A. Philip Randolph Thurgood life saving. Louisville, Kentucky when sixty to go along with the fact that Pat- because of his ring record since
Watkins of
and other stars
Marshall Carl Murphy, Dr. Chan- playgrounds became integrated.The terson isj-eady for a..bout with.a many Season
Theodore He had
Claude Hilliard, the gridiron. This added to Against turning pro. hoped to use
ning H. Tobias Roland Hayes, the announcement was made by man of Moore's experience, cun- year
Montgomery and Avon ,Kirkland the fold will be J. C. Caroline, Satterfield as a stepping stone to
and the late City Division of Recreation offi and take wellas I
White to it
ning
late Walter will ability as
but instead
bout with Bob Baker
have charge of the beginner who played junior high a -
Dr. Louis T. WrightStop cials. There is one thing that give it.BRANCH. once North Carolina
classes. school football in_ Jacksonville of stepping up, he stepped
makes the' announcement soundso '
RICKEY, is of
Arnold Sherman will teach the ; one under Coach Chappie James and down to lose his fifth match out
of good is that there is a play- the happiest men in baseball. The
pain pilestoday intermediate classes swimmers who went on to make gridiron of 37 pro bouts.In .
ground "within walking dis- brand of ball his beloved Pitts-
easy TALLAHASSEE The 1956
class will be taught by Mrs. Jewel history at the University of illi- coming to the top from the
at homeor Holloway and Julius Guinyardwill tance of practically every neighborhood burgh Pirates have been. playing edition of the Florida A and M underdog spot, Satterfield stoppedthe

I teach ,swimming and. in the city. I I makes him beam with joy. When nois.BROOKS University football team, defend- 12-bout winning streak to get
ROBERTO CLEMENTS the Rickey went to Pittsburgh, the I LAWRENCE the big ing SIAC champions, will
open
back! j junior and senior life saving. into the thick of the muddle, for
money the sophomore outfielder for the Pirates were holding the rest of tan-skinned pitcher of the Cincin- the season on the "road" when the Marciano's vacated throne.
All- passing required
In doctor's tests, amazing new persons
Stainless Paxo Instantly relieved course will be issued AmericanRed Pittsburgh Pirates is setting the the league on its shoulders, be- attf Reds is doing a great job,since Jake Gaither-coached eleven jour- With Tommy (Hurricane) Jack-

external pUes-torture relief!I Gate 6 medically internal and Ted Cross Swimming certificates. pace in the National League withan cause they were on the very bot- changing from a,SL Louis Cardi- neys to Durham N. C. for an son being pushed aside by Floyd
of .348. The tom and started building nal uniform to a Cincinatti Red intersectional clash with the
average young Rickey
ingredients including; nIp> relieve The adult classes on Saturday Patterson and Summerlin being
pain,itching* /RedncesweMnz. morning have been discontinued Puerto Rican ranks very high from the ground, and his wordsto uniform. He has won nine games North Carolina Eagles on Satur- eliminated by Satterfield, the
.Promote You sit.
healing. the top hitters in the lea the baseball world and lost none. What a job this afternoon 22.
wait In comfort! Only stainless because of the insufficient 'number among was "you day September chief contenders now are Willie ,
pile remedy. Stainless Pazo Suppositories adults to just wait and see." fellow is doing. Pastrano Johnny Holman, Floyd
Ointment at druggists.rrJ : of registered sponsor gue.HANK The Rattlers' first home game
Mf+or./ Oren Ictovterfe* I., the program.The classes will now THOMPSON the fancy- CATCHER-COACH HOMER SINCE SCHOOL IS OUT. the is carded for two weekends later Patterson Bob Baker, Bob Satter-
Otnfmtnt .*4 $.lf (:..BL include children and adults. fielding third baseman of the New (Dixie) HOWELL'of the Montreal youngsters are really going to the October 6 with the Fort Valley field and last but not least, Archie

Monday, Wednesday, Friday York Giants is back with the team Royals was given an indefinite Jefferson Street swimming poolin College Wildcats providing the. Moore, who already claims the

and Saturday.mornings swimming after withdrawing from the line- suspension from baseball for tak- large numbers. At each open- opposition.The light heavyweight title. -

WATCH THIS CLOWN instructions are,given. up because of a beaning by pitcher ing a part in an 'early morning ing of the pool, the yard at the
Tom Poholsky of the St. Louis brawl while the Royals were in pool, the pool itself and standing remaining schedule is as PATRONIZEFlorida

12-36-91 Cardinals. Miami to play the Miami Marlins. around the railings large crowdsare follows-Oct. 13, Morris Brown

FLORIDA STARIN ERNIE BANKS the flashy Pitcher Billy Harris, 25, and How-; gathered. College Atlanta; Oct. 20, Beth- Star

110-66-189 fielding and hard hitting shortstop ell were fined $25 and pitcher une-Cookman (Gator Bowl), Jack AdvertisersPGi11eIte

EVERY of the Chicago Cubs is sporting a Robert F. Walz was fined $50 by. sonville; Oct. 27, Xavier Univer-

2 3 COLORED HOME .287 average. He is also creepingup Judge Saperstein in City Court. Carl 'Erskine's' sity Tallahassee; Nov. 3, A. & T.

on the home run leaders with All three men were members of College (homecoming), Tallahassee -

7 6 14. Frank Robinson of the Cincin- the Montreal team a part of the ; Nov. 10, Allen University,

9- 2 Haircut? atti Reds is just one home run be- Brooklyn system.KNOXVILLE. Sialus Doubtful Tallahassee; Nov. 17, Southern JWe ChQri n_* Q< 'eke <

Need a hind Banks. TENN. took over University, Baton Rouge, La.; and

69-47-79 VICKERS, HUMBERTO ROBINSON. who the Montgomery, Ala. franchiseof Dec. I, Orange Blossom Classic

340-7-931 BARBER SHOP once pushed them up from' the the South Atlantic League. BROOKLYN Rumors fly in (opponent to be selected), Miami.

mound for the Jacksonville Knoxville opened its home stand Brooklyn concerning the possibility BJLUE .BLADESIN

706 W. Ashley Street Braves has been' sent to Wichita. with 7,123 fans on hand to wel- of Carl "No-Hit" Erskine HANDY DISPCffff*
k..tl.wo ... ..
SMMtlflMX IM'S 40WBH SPECIAL WED. & THURS. When he first reported to the Mil- come the return of baseball to the being dropped from a starting role For Best Buys sd wlrtk hJo

mUtt ...tNch waukee Braves, he spent a short city. Their opponents were the to that of relief duty even though f
H. works It M .mu 85c Facial Massage 85c while before he 'was sent to To- Columbus Foxes. he pitched his second no-hit gameon The -"Florida READ -Star" I

85c Cool Shampoo 85c ledo. He was recalled by the THE BROOKLYN DODGERS. May 12.Erskine I

FOR JULY 7th Braves for the, 1956 season and hold the distinction of being the has broken into the Shopping GuideOn

OTIS VICKERS Prop. spent a short while before being only team in baseball history to win column once since he pitchedthe

81-93-2 FACING THE STRAND sent to Wichita. have six players in their lineup Dodgers to a 3-0 victory over Page 8

CURT ROBERTS the little be- who have played in 1000 gamesor the New York Giants with a neat

speckled second baseman of the more. The six are Pee Wee no-hit pitching performance. .His

Pittsburgh :Pirates has been sent Reese, Duke Snider, Gil Hodges, record this season is 3-6.

GALA HOLIDAY WEEK to, Williamsport' of the Eastern Carl Furillo, Jackie Robinson and Manager' Walt Alston said he 1 .

mm League on a 24-hour recall leav- Roy Campanella.. may move Rookie Don Drysdale,

T.cft"NAKED kolor Welter DAWN"Dram. ing only Roberto Clemente as the COLLEGIATE FOOTBALL is a 19-year-old righthander with a 2plomaticrs:?!

SUN. THRU. SAT. Martin ... Lewis only tan-skinned player with the receiving a tenibje jolt. With the 1-3 record into the vacant start-

JULY 1-7 "ARTISTS & MODELS" Pirates. nations top ranking schools get ing spot Up to this point no definite

HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSON. ting suspensions (time limited), decision has been made. .

the. hard-hitting outfielder of the suspensions (indefinite) and pro- NO UQUOJt TASTE...

VIEW Kansas City Athletics is playing bations, it doth not yet appear NO LIQUOR BREATH! J '

havoc with his bat over in the what the outcome will be. Formany' YourEditorial

T.K.. July 1.3 American League. He has a bat- years the leading institutions Page 1K
S... & Mo. -
"MEN OF KELLY'S ELVES".a1 ting.average of only -281, but he have been 'giving "grant-m

lit R IN THE BAlANa"11'5 is not far behind in the RBI de aid" to high ranking athletes, but Speaks for Progress

ADOG'S_ partment. _Simpson has batted from all evidence like everythingelse
& Tfcart- -,J.I lf 4-5 across 42 runs. Hector Lopez their -
.T.... ThHn. they overstepped
YUMA-
1* RM VALLEY"S "FT. Simpson's teammate has driven bounds. IIAILI

Jk NEVERJTOO YOUNG" 30 runs'and his average is ...
"1 DUD A across NCAA's control of U. S. collegiate : YGIITEI1
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Pia: RMJ,| sports covers a very large ''' '.;
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FANS across nation territory. It,has jurisdiction of 446 1721..ELSKA8
FrL I W. J t S.t.Mr '-7 are beginning- to wonder colleges and universities and ( uiSince I
Whim.* A.... ..,oU'l'CJtOS' ...w-t
1st RUB whether or not Floyd Pattersonis affiliate .
"SCARUT & HIGH WATER I works with eleven ass0ciations. The World's Most Honored Vodka
Plus"GUNPOWDER flits ready for Archie Moore. Those The one big question in roIWrr"S

RIDER" I w1sa the fight between Patterson the athletic world now is, "Has r : ._ ,10 awl 100,..Midi frM Cnta fc J LMsky ft tie CoeMywrilJt.Md.U4X.

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c me of yesteryears but I feel like singing that little tune. I don't mind U. S. ROYAL TIRE SALEu.s.

k .the cool weather it brings, but I can't stand this California sunshine. July 4th Event
;- The liquid stuff is so worrisome. I This is itti
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U.S. ROYAL Air Ridethe
.'- On July 4th, all roads, south
''7" J. D. "Goodwill" Brooks and other members of the boating clan will lead to Johnny Springleton's genaiM, w.rld-faseus
are 'scanning the skies,and praying that the rain will cease before Place the famous beer garden U. S. Royal quality tire
.- next Wednesday which is July 4th. On this the great American out- which features BLACKWALL WHITEWALL
southern fried
door holiday members of the local boat clubs have planned a giant chicken and seafoods 51 $ 419 a ----S S .
out Phillips
regatta water show and other activities at Christopher's Pier New Highway.The S1565 r' 7 :
Berlin. For the first time there are supposed to be some entries in
occasion will be the annual
the water skiing from the fairer sex. Boat lovers from several parts SM! 6.7015 Sa. 6.7015
Independence Day Bar-B-Q and
;'of the state have announced their intentions to compete.On SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE
picnic which is held in the open C.M1Ci.7tS $1X55 C.M/1C $17.25
the subject,of water sports a new group has been formed.A air patio in the shade of picturesque 7.11/15 I 17.45 15.W 7.10/15.7t/lS I n.15 ie..4e"
'."/ 19:t 7.M/IS 23.75
group of salt water anglers have formed, the Oceanic Deep Sea I trees with hanging moss. 1.00/15 2129 t.00/15 26.15
Fishing Club. They plan regular excursions to the Snapper Banks The affair which has become a 'All price plus tax
and other haunts of the deep sea fish in this area. J. B. "Sheriff" tradition with Jaxons features a and your recappqbU tin ,
Brooks is president of the group.Anglers interested in trying for the variety of barbecued meats including ALSO AVAILABLE IN TUBELESS

,big ones in,the briny deep are asked to contact members of the club. barbecued goat, chicken, ua
Among them are Jim Brooks William Tarver. John "Singing Post- pork and ribs. U.S. Royal 8 ALL-NEW

man" Thomas Parris Calhoun George Harris Fred C. King. Paul It is the Southside's biggest the tire '..lect.. ALL AMERICAN
Owens and others. event which attracts people from Credit for finest new 1956 can -
all walks of life for a day of unusual TUBED TUBELESS
Last week we asked all who were interested in attending activi- fun and frolicking providedby Terms In Town '

ties of The Starlight Theatre" to drop us a card. We have received the proprietors, Mr. and Mrs.J. $1945 $2195CHEV. 56 Rambler
just two to.date. We hate to think that in the whole of Jacksonvilleno .. Springleton.
one thinks of or has a desire to see entertainment from the legiti- Allen Bannister, nationally PLYM. FORD Size 6.7015 Siz.6.70/15'

mate stage.. Sometimes ve are inclined to be discouraged crusadingand known dancer who returns to BRAKES RELINED 1.7//(5119.45123.95 SIZE B. W.W. W. B. W. W.$%C.W.J21J5 ". Newest, Smartest, Low-Priced 4-Door Hardtop
trying to make entertainment other than bars babes and bottles Jacksonville for his vacations 7.11/15 21.75 26.60 24.25 29.75
available to our folk, We wish someone would tell us just what does from the stage serves as the cordial Riveted Lining S.00/15. / 23.7S 26.10 31.35 2S.85 23.60 2C.M 32.M M.2S KING-SIZE INSIDE! RAMBLER-SIZE OUTSIDE!
Mr and Mrs. Colored Jacksonville want and what does it take to host and directs a corps of Labor and MaterialSpecial 8.20/15 27.20 33.M 30.70. 37.0

wake them up. charming waitresses who spare no I $12.95 'All prices plus tax
effort to provide everyone withan and your recappable tire At Your NASH Dealer
Daily we hear the man on the street speak of Montgomery and enjoyable and an unforgetableday.

Tallahassee.' They all conclude by saying "it will never,happen,here. CRISWELL TIRE CO. NASH OF JACKSONVILLE INC.
We just ain't together.We must agree because unless it's a Two-Spot The public is invited. ,
dance or a similar affair of gaiety and festivity we just will not PHONE EL 5-2571
wake Phone EL 6-0236
up. Trade With STATE STREET, CORNER HOGAN

Colored Jaxons were trying to grin and bear it as the announcement Shopping Guide Advertisers 501 W DUVAL STREET, COR. CLAY STREET
'of the cab fare increase dug deep into their pocketbooks. Faresin : YOU'LL MAKE THE SMART SWITCH FOR '56

the business section were hiked sixty-six and two thirds percent

and suburbanites complained that in many cases the tariff was upped A car for you.
100 percent as in the case of Floradale and Magnolia where the citizens Just came today.At .
are hot but plenty Other complainants said some unscrupulous prices right FOR DELICIOUS DINNERS
drivers were charging a confused populace whatever they For you to pay. Bring This Ad With You
wished.
Armand DufreneThe Fried J Chicken Fried Shrimp
About Town: Richard McKissack is creating a stir about town SALE!
'as he wears the cotton wardrobe he purchased in "The City. Honest Frenchman Trout Fish Steaks Pork Chops

Margestine Burke has returned to the city after a sojourn in Orlando. USED CARS

Marge is a former Jones Institute student Eunice Coker and RIDE OUT TOCOTTON'S 100/0/ OFFSALE
Veatrice Washington left the city for a few days in Miami and 1222 Main Street
points South. RESTAURANT
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Phone EL 4-3313
HERE WE GO AGAIN DEPT. For all you folk who have crying !
,about the need for a respectable recreation spot not too far from the & BAR-B-Q WINDOWS

city we've just been informed about the ideal place. It's called
RAINBOW LAKE. It used to be exclusively for whites but the (formerly the Cotton Club)
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management has now opened it for colored patrons. It's a beautiful -
spot with a silvery lake where folk can go boating and rod lovers 45th STREET
4"-37x505/8 $15.95
can have a grand time fishing to their heart's consent. RAINBOW Between Avenue 'B' and Cleveland Road '

LAKE has facilities for picnicking where church groups, clubs and Look for the Neon Lights 3" 35 x 50% ... 14.95
''., y *.!"Jv,groups. may spend an enjoyable day; outdoors frplicing'ih theshade"'amid 3" 33 x 50% 14.45
cool breezes' And for those who like to do a little -..:....:. UND R NEW MANAGEMENT --.5.5 ,
dignified jockey-bopping there is ,a pavilion for dancing where delicious SAVE SAVE !
fried chicken sea foods and a variety of dishes are, also George "Cotton" Smith, Prop.

served So when the 4th rolls around you don't have to risk ALUMINUM SCREENSFor
your lives on the highway. Just dash over to the Eastside and ride -
north to the end of Franklin and then suddenly your eyes will Wood Double Hung Windows
see things you won't want to believe. SYLVIA'SBEAUTY

John Pickens is now motorized. He won an election bel and SHOP OPENING SPECIAL SPECIAL $$4.75CHAPLINHOBSON
collected an ancient Studebaker. Pickens declares wheels beat heels.
George Emanuel is in the city for a few days visiting friends 310. Davis Street
Otis Speights took a day off last Monday. Folk on Broad Street were FOUR EXPERIENCED ELECTRICAL SCALP
surprised to see Otis' take a day off from making money. OPERATORS TO SERVE H a INC.

YOUMrs. x TREATMENT and ,
Roscoe Webb of Miami plans to spend the summer home in Jax. j
lIe is working with his brothers in the family cleaners on Davis St. Cam L Ford 1402 E. 8th Street Phone EL 5-4031

He told us he will spend his summer "picking up and delivering. Mrs. Savannah Dear < COMPLETEHAIRDO (CORNER OF EXPRESSWAY) -
P. S. Saw the pretty Thomas sisters'and 'must admit that Roscoe is Mr*. Della! Mae McDaniels;
doing a little more than just working. Sylvia Johnson, Prop. "Jax Window Center"
PHONE EL 6-9191
'. Abraham Lewis Anderson former local teacher and boy wonderis $$2.00TOBY'S Come arid See for Yourself -
in town for a few days. Anderson is in the newspaper business in
Fort Lauderdale. We'wish all members of the Fourth Estate luck. ACHING MISCLES

Speaking of newsmen, Uriah Portee of the Times-Union is aboutto .
R li v* pins! f tir4 Mr*.aching nut
leave for his vacation. The scribe is going to parts unknown and .clM with STAN BACK,tablet*.r o.wd.ra Beauty Parlor -:- Big. Savings on -:-
STANBACK
unannounced. Spike Washington and AJbert) "Money" Jones are the act tot U bring comforting
r,l..f...bcaui the STANBACK fermuU
members of the "brief- .. Ranges Refrigerators Washers TV'sEasy
busiest.figures on Broad Street. These two combines "ral prcriptin typo 1ft.arMi.
..." fw fart relief.f gale. 615 DAVIS STREET
beavers to with each
case brigade" are as busy as trying keep up I
other. Phone EL 49812Mrs. Terms Trade-Ins Accepted

sf f&i -
:George Redd the Ballantine man passed singing a happy song.SxRith SEWING MACHINECLEARANCE Tabitha "Toby" Taylor, ProprietressSeven -- CALL -
this hot'weather George says that his sales are zooming. He EUNICE LOCKETT

..:*Pabso*handles Champ Ale. Aaron Hines, the Pabst Blue Ribbon Trained, Experienced Operators PO 5-2592 EL 5-2360
driver-salesman passed jusi.bchind George singing just as loud. Nip"CalverfiSams or
Save 50% or More To_ Serve You in a Modern
was in,the office explaining his latest gimmick. We
aie, ,thinking of bonding all of his schemes. 25 SINGER PORTABLES Well Equipped Shop
.* '. $22.50 Each
Notice-All young ladies. Keep your eyes and ears open. The 1 SINGER DESK MODEL WE HAVE A STYLE TO SUIT YOU I
biggest thing to hit Jacksonville in years is ,about to break. Just $69.50
keep up'with the STAR and soon news of the biggest deal in town 6 ROUND BOBBIN PORTABLESSews '

...,will be published. See how you can make money and get valuable Forward$39.50 und Each Reverse HOURCLEANERS
The Seafood Center
prizes.: The ,STAR is planning a "stairway to the Stars" for' some REPOSSED SINGER
-.lucky girls. You will hear-more about this big contest soon. Take Up Payments
*-r -' $5.50 Month .
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'-J. per
Buster Ford is expanding and in the near future he will give the Many Others to Chose from SPECIAL \ "
All Guaranteed THE
Eastside' a fine full-sized dining room. We must say that Buster FAMOUS

believes in growing. We wish him much success in the enlarging of CALL For Demonstration ELsiii 3.9977 STONE CRAB CLAWS lb. 79! $
his place. The opening date will be announced, soon. Meanwhilebusiness Sewing Machines RepairedAt
is going on as usual in the shop. Ham IN 1 IB. PACKAGES --Jnc.
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The arrest of the local dope pushers did nothing to the dapdad- MRS.3014 LULA .M. GILMORE I MEDIUM SHRIMP .Ib. 59*
Neptune Avenue
dies.They still have to be shown the hard way. We note an increasing WE FEATURE I FRESH" BEACH WHITING Ib. 29*
number of acts of rowdyism among the younger set. One area in MEDIUM DRUM lb. 290 BACHELOR BUNDLES
particular is suffering from these acts of rowdyism. On last Wednesday -
nite young thugs smashed the windows of six cars parked at MEDIUM MULLET lb. 200

Edward Waters College. Most of the cars belonged to out of town SNAPPER FILLET .., Ib": 590 5 HOUR SERVICE
'ministers here for a special meeting. It seems that the group make
their headquarters in a spot known as "The Teen Spot. We have FRESH WATER CATFISH lb.

passed this spot on Sunday nites and have noticed teen-age couples YELLOW TAIL 'SNAPPER lb. 49c25c .
inside tightly clinched and "dancing on a,dime" in very dim colored Beautifully Laundered and Finished
'lights. We believe that the youth should have an outlet but not of SALT MACKEREL FILLET lb.

this type. Complaints have reached us of fights on the sidewalk in SELECT OYSTERS pt. 98 '
the area and we havenoticed, how the sidewalks are blocked in front
ofthe place.We also understand that several civic groups have com- Medium VA. CROAKERS lb. :

plained and nothing has been done. _SALT WATER PERCH lb. l ( (1I/t u? :J(lltlIf J

Let us make one statement. The Constables kids the Mayors Florida SALT MULLET Ib.;
kids and police chief kids and all other white kids would not be Machineand
Sewing
caught in the Teen Spot dancing on a Sunday night.If you can't con-j The' Seafood CenterMyrtle 911 West Ashley Street
vince them that you don't want your kids there shame on you. It| Supply

'is your home and society and race that is being threatened not theirs. 505 WEST FORSYTH Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 416 Main Streetx.

They live on the other side of the tracks. j M.I.