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

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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 6, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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BELIEVED TO BE HOLD-UP MANThe
Sgt. Charlie Sea as he lay in his casket during funeral service. t *

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The school board last Thursday dismissed one school
.::.':. -----n.-. principal for dishonesty suspended another for an apparent search for goateed Robert but none of them had been ,
.. : shortage of school funds and ordered eleven other princi- Lee Knighting who shot verified, prior to the holdup.The .
pals to explaim certain"irregularities", In their bookkeeping. down Sgt. Charlie Sea on rumor that Mrs. Eliza-
I -'- -- Sunday May 24, picked up beth Fennell the
The board adopted a resolution -;and for the of de- reputed
purpose intensity Thursday following -
new common-law wife of
: to fire Maurice H., frauding the school funds." a report that a Negroman ing was taken into Knight-police
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Earnett after he had been 1 Principal Suspended answering his description custody for safe-keeping because -
found guilty of dishonesty ,Leroy B, Jackson, former had held up a gas sta the fugitive had threat-
while employed as a teacher. principal of Susie E. Tolbert, tion. u_ ened to return and kill her
The board found that Bar- a Negro elementary school,!1 Henry Carroll told police was found to be without
-----------------1 nett reported hiring his bro- wag suspended for 30 days: that a Negro gunman walked foundation. Capt. W. L. Bates
ther-in-law, Sollie Mitchell, for an apparent shortage of into the Spur Oil Station at denied any knowledge of
as a substitute teacher while funds. Elliott Adams, board,. 138 Park Street about 2:30 p. :Mrs. Fennell being taken into -
Mitchell was actually a t attorney, was instructed toI I'm. Thursday and told him: custody.
work elsewhere. Unexplained draw up proper charges pend-,;"Let's walk down the street
I
alterations of school records ing a hearing. and: you give me a chance to -- --- -- -- .- -----
l ; : relating to the attendance of Written Reports .;do what I want to do. I don't
substitute teachers were dis- The board instructed School want to kill you, I have already -
covered and certain pertinent Supt. Ish Brant "to secure for' killed one cop." :I EDITORS APOLOGIZEDue
Fellow policemen attending the last rites tvero visibly shook up over fellow worker's monthly teacher's reports its approval, written expla-| Carroll said they walked to a* accident which
tragic death.Flower were missing when the board nations of irregularities in :down Jackson St. to Chelsea occurred in our printing

-, I S _. ... conducted its investigation [I audits, to be submitted intone where the gunman took $64. plant last Thursday morn-
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!' ",, summing up" the _eVidence :;I week's.time*.by June;ILJi from -him. .. ing ,eausiag damage: to..a._. __
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the board found "that from the following schools: '1 I Robert Lee Knighting, 28, large portion of the'typewe
Maurice H. Barnett certified I Brentwood: Elementary, identified as the man who' had prepared for news
Sollie Mitchell for paymentas Annie Beaman, Onnie R.Morgan -I''shot I two bullets into Sgt. Sea stories this week we were
a substitute teacher. .I Landon, Lee Jackson,I'and fled has successfully .forced to cut this week's
when he knew that Mitchellhad Douglas Anderson, Susie' E. eluded' police for more thana Issue to four pages.
y. a not been employed Tolbert, A. L. Lewis, DarnellCookman I week. In haring to omit a number -
and that such false certifica- Smart Pope Livingston -I Shortly after he took flighthe of news stories in or-
tion was made by Barnett and James Weldon was reported seen boarding der to get this week's issue -
.: wilfully and intentionally- .Johnson Junior Hiih.---g--. I I a northbound freight out on time we offer
train which was interceptednear our apologies for any disappointments -
CHARLIE SEA'S FUNERAL Yulee by Nassau County any of our
s officers, but two men, one readers might experience.We .

9 l A SHOW OF BROTHERHOOD of ing's whom description answered fled Knight-into the I past support thank you of the for FLO-your

swampy, pine woods area RIDA STAR which I*
disappeared.; YOUR newspaper and urge
By CHUCK PAYNEA Knighting has been reported you to continue supporting

little before 3 o'clock in the afternoon, this past Monday seen in Jacksonville seve- it in order that we might
Sergeant Charlie Sea's body was bid to rest beneath an ral times since the tragic serve you.
aged tree in Memorial Cemetery, after being brought slowly shooting and numerous stories
.. along familiar streets fti this city, where in life, he had concerning his wherea-! The Editors.
; served as a respected police officer. bouts have been circulated,

Sergeant Sea shot to
was
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t .\..."'.:..,"... '. ....' '. hi > death in the darkness of aNorth .were Lemuel Sharp, Munici-

t.: ... :_ 'YKz.: }-.y::::<:. .-:\ \ ,. ;. A..I :, ._..._..... yard, on Myrtle Sunday Avenue, May\ 24 back-, as pal John Judge Lanahan John and E.others Santora who, PUBLIC ATTENTION TURNED

girls ,composed of policemen's wives, line up outside Zion Hope Baptist he and question a fellow a officer man against soughtto knew Charlie Sea as a citizen i I
and a policeman. Mrs. Alma TO TALLAHASSEE RAPE TRIAL
Church as Sea's casket is brouoht out for ihs 'last journey'. whom a complaint had been Armstrong, secretary of the

lodged. His slayer, identifiedas Civil Service Board and Lieut.
Robert Lee Knighting, 28, \\Tiittington of the Homicide
has not been caught. Division also 1 appeared, as TALLAHASSEE-Next Wednesday. June 10. in the Leon
A memorable triubte was well as several outoftownlaw County Courthouse in Tallahassee four white men all relatively -
it paid to Sgt. Sea by private enforcement officers i I young will stand trial before Judge T. May Walker I
:itizens and officiaL .f this a m o m g whom were Deputy i I for the abduction and rape of a youthful Florida A &
'ity. Nor did his owm Police M coed early in the of Mar 2nd.
I Department 1 leave anything Sheriff W. C. Burncy ad. !I, :.. :_ morning 11 _.. -__________
Sgt.: William Darrten, both of Although u.1:5: genera y -
I ndone to render a last well- ettd that in its for-
t West Palm Beach ] justice duty. On of these lawyersis
Darned salute to one of the!!'I ; mal will dominate the Rudd
Of the six police officers sense City Judge John A. ,
first six Negroes to become a I i who bore Sgt. Seas casket, ':trial, public (focus is being who made things extremely
.h.rr officer in Jacksonvilleseven
it. I police I five weer of the original six I drawn to one outstanding issue difficult for Negroes in the
years ago. I Negro policemen assigned in r as the trial date nears: Tallahassee bus boycott case
An estimated 469
persons Jacksonville. j[To what extent will justice two years ago.Generally \
| ttended the funeral which
Myrtle Avenue was chosenas j(prevail? To the maximum the citizens of
commenced at 1:00 o'clock at
Fa the last straightaway for I extent? To some sort of acceptable Tallahassee are outraged by
the Zion Hope i
Baptist
the funeral procession. made | minimum? Or willa the villainous crime. Nor is
r Church. Besides Rer. E. R.
> ':' r who UD of approximately 75 cars. feeling of mercy dilute condemnation it a matter of color. Citizens,
Simpson, presided
I the service, final commenda-over The funeral train was escorted and spare the livesof both white and black, have
;S',. 1 tions' were rendered by Deacon by six motorcycle policemen the four who immediately'denounced the. mass rape as
] who readily offered after their capture on May 2 heinious.
A. Fowler, Police Chap-.
if"5_ M 1 lain Davidson,and Captain'W. their services to a fellow offi- readily admitted to the' com-1 i The four men admitted,
L. Bates, superior officer of i. cer who left this life as bravely pound crime charged against after their capture, to having -
the Negro Division. as a policeman can leave.A ,them? I taken the coed at shot-
Among police officials who memorable tribute was William Killian, legal assistant -''gun and knife point from
'attended the funeral were Inspector paid to Sgt. Sea in an impressive to"Gov. Collins, last three companions as the students -
Hobbs, Chief Reyn- demonstration o f week, told a Negro reporter' sat in a car near the
olds, Lieut. Lucille Holmes of brotherhood by the atten- during an interview/ "Thereis 1 campus shortly after a school
the Woman's, Division..'Cap dance at the funeral of both no assurance that there dance. The men admitted
tain Bates and Lieut. Rowe, white and colored citizens 'will be an all white jury in: binding and gagging the vicitim -
both of the Negro Division. well as city officials. Nor did the .case. We have Negroeson i and after taking her a-
Special agent of the FBI J. his own Police Department ,the jury lists in Leon way in a car of their own,
P. McGuire was. also among leave anything unone to render County." repeatedly taking turns at
the throngs that.paid Charlie .a last well earned saluteto Despite this, it is widely raping her. The coed was
Sea lib last respects. o n e of the first six Negroes expected that the four law- still bound and gagged in the

....:: ... Certain members of the > to become police of- yers representing the defen- back of the car when the
-' City Council; too, were seen ficer i n Jacksonville seven dants will probably strike men were captured. She was
This scene shows the church. packed to overflowing. "+ I at the service, among whom years ago. any Negro offered for jury I in a state of shock.KILLEROF .



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Page Two THE FLORIDA 5-" Week Ending Saturday. June 6. 1959




THE FLORIDA STAR -- .

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NEWS JtJFUIf
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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. l '

"Member of Associated Negro Press '\ BY BUCK ROGERS:

Crlc O. Simpson ___.___ .._.-._..._- Editor '\; J'i,

C. Parham Johnson ._._....-..._.._. .--- News Staff &\ v, j i
Circulation ", t ,' A fellow joined the gang at water fish didn't flush when an
Hilda Woolen DepLMAIN .i. __ 1_ c- 42Z the local tackle store the other outboard went by but frequent.'
r- OFFICE fc PLANT:-- / #, ar r day and announced that he recently ly rose to nibble at the bubbles
caught a nice bass. left in the
1323 Moncriel Road __ __.._' -......__ EL 4-8782 EL 4-6783 : ."How tisr. '?*' was the imme To all intents propeller's and purposes wake. ,
downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773 I -- '( diate qu'i.. outboards didn't frighten fish.
"Measu f* inches" the
--- : -- But, there are exceptions ta
'
Mailing Addvesn anglci f !'y. every rule, so I checked with

P. O. Box S61. Jacksonville, I, Florida !, U the Mercury outboard people
Lk I for a straight answer. And,
-. J, L/ !; i'.J they gave me one the first
SUBSCRIPTION RATES :& ; practical solution to a question
i
iI ii I that has been bothering anglers,
On Year, $5.00: Half Year. $3.00: Three Months. S1.80 1 for years.

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United Stales For the most part, they said-
a that the'sound waves created
Send Check Money Order To:
obccripiion Payable in Advance. or by an outboard prop do not
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE: 1. FLORIDA frighten fish in deep or murky
j t water. Under such. conditions
t both fresh water and salt water
-I TALLAHASSEE RAPISTSGlVEN"LEGISLATIVE -"-- gamesters may even be attracted .
-- to.it.. But, the Mercury.
;. outboard makers pointed out
/
i / that fish in shallow water area
LOOPHOLECONSCIENCE _' different situation. Bonefishor
.
-
: .- ,c. .,#. tarpon
k f feeding on shallow
{ r rt s Y >4 rgf. tropical :flats, are a typical ex-

I 'McE ILJ 51 ample. These fish will flush at
is a natural consequence of Christianity. r the splash of a push pole or at'
As Christians we acknowledge the existance of God, There- I the slight shadow of a flylinO'(

fore when we wrong we are condemned by guilt. Thatguilt Xi' Nbbody said a word for several hovering over them. So, it
minutes, because we were stands to reason that an out-
is the prime product of conscience. That conscienceis trying: to figure out how mucha board will frighten them also.
our direct contact with God. And since conscience is a \C' i1 bass that long would weigh. Don't hesitate to use your

colorless thing it is by substance un-racial, Being un-ra- ? 'sr' ,; The resulting interpolation was outboard for fishing. Troll withit
\ ; impossible. A bass that and let it idle
cial, it is overall. And the Tallahassee Rape Spree is worrying : large you alongshore a'
just didn't exist. or weed bed for casting
the life out of everybody with a conscience.The So, our friend explained why But don't come tearing into a
four white fellows who liesurely and repeatedly took :he always used a tape measure shallow bay and expect the fish

turns at raping a 19-year-old Florida A & :M coed a few EVIL FORCES WOULD SILENCE HER, BUT THEY WILL NOT PREVAIL ; instead of a pocket scale. "It not to know you're around.
weekends ago are scheduled to atand trial for their crimeon r ., offers much more room" for imaginative Throttle down let your wake
calibration he in- settle, and then commence fish-
June 10th. That is a natural consequence of law. And sisted. "For instance, I meas. ing with your motor.
involved in the
issue
true
since rape is punishable by death, we should be bidding ured this bass up one aide and COLOR; IX LURES

farewell to those four gladiators before too much more "Politics As Usual"PREDICT campaign. :down, I the could other have to get measureddown 44 inches.Or Most of the claims concernIng .

time is wasted on them, for they are unquestionably guilty. NEGROES PUT UP and around, or measured the importance of color in
But it cannot be forgotten that they are white men. Nor UNITED FRONT down, multiplied.by the square lures is propaganda designed to
can it be forgotten that te State Legislature is made up of END OF FAUBUS RULE IN ARKANSAS For the first time in the root of six and divided by two." .sell 'em at $1.35 per.

white men. And the majority of that governing body if BIASED GOVERNOR RECEIVES SETBACK political history of this city, At first, we thought this fellow In reality, most fish are color
blind. They see light and dark,
they can help it-ain't gonna see them white boys die in THREE. MEMBERS OF BOARD OUSTED IN SCHOOL torn by the integration crisis, the.should more I be thought put away about," but it, and: can distinguish between a

nobody's electric chair for just raping that black gal. Ne ELECTIONBY there were several Negro or- .the more I began to appreciatehis few colors. But, they aren't as
sirree! ganizations which brought theory. color conscious as we are.

JIM BOOKER FOR ASSOCIATED NEGRO PRESS forward their combined Instead of fibbing about his Color is of little Importancein
Hence, the House of Representatives, last week, approveda catch like most anglers do, this surface lures since fish see
death for strength to make up a formi- only: a shadowy shape. I prefer
bill literally abolishing the mandatory sentence lad simply used artistry in
LITTLE ROCK. Ark.-Governor Orval Faubus received lale weapon in this Recall measuring it. black most of the time, but
crimes-like for instance. The bill
capital rape, sponsored. setback here Monday which presaged his political doom. sometimes a white lure works
a election
humanitarian' named courtesied through one organization Follow his advice and you'llalways '
by a cunning Boyd,
best
| when a record vote turned out at the polls highlighted by. namely, STEP, an or- : catch "big" fish and on a bright day.
through the House by a 45-40 vote. Such a vote-ratio is a: r have a clear conscience. In underwater lures, color has
i I than 80 percent of the 8,000 Negro voters as holders
positive sign of conscience in the House, since the bill was more ganization setup to SAVE more significance, but it has
if poll tax receipts, ousted three of the Little Rock Board 'OCTBOARDS AND FISH
THE EDUCATIONAL PRO never been proven which hue
I
brazen
who it
stoutly opposed by men recognized as a
who were backed by Governor Faubus for reelection in a GRAM.It For many years outboard fish prefer. So, as a generalrule
maneuver to spare the lives of the Tallahassee rapists. The roc all e.1..e.....'. manufacturers have been claim. of thumb, stick to the natural
bill was designed and timed for the salvation of those Ra- I has been learned that lag that their products don't colors of the baits your
vishing Rogues. And it is fairly certain that Boyd's Boon- NEGRO VOTEIMPORTANT the County Committee on I frighten fish. And, their claimsare lures are supposed to imitate
FACTOR 1.500 HONOR NEGRO generally correct. white, silver, and yellow for
doggle wll get the fatherly attention of the Senate safely
Education will soon meet to minnows, and a dark color for
From official tabulations it TEACHERSThe This theory was in
I proven
before the June 10th trial date of our four white HeMen.Boyd's determine crawfish, etc.
drive retain Lamb replacements on scientific tests in which anglers
noted that to ,
is to be :
bill, explained, waters down to this: In the case the School Board as a resultof continued to fish while outboard After all, who ever saw a
of 1. The Negro vote cast, representing Tucker, and Matson and remove and blue crawdad.
a conviction for a capital crime, the death sentence will this election. motors churned by over pink
no longer be an automatic consequence. Boyd and Buddies I the balance of i }t. W. Laster,Ben Row- Meanwhile it head. Additional light was // you hire any qutttiont ton-
constituted the deciding -i land and Ed I. McKinleytook was announced thrown on the subject by under. earning fishing techniques, equipment ;
would drop the choice of the life or death sentence into power,
this week that the STEP
added I water observers at Florida's or whcre-to-fo, write Buck
II this elec significance asa
factor in on
the collective lap of the jury rather than the traditionallap I' dear
Silver
-the' Teachers Committee will make plans Springs. Here, fresh! Sours in cart of this paper.TRANSMISSIONS .
result of
of the judge. In other words, BoYd-who, by the way, I tion. Appreciation for a permanent organization!

!is at tub-thumping segregationist-believes that by spreading 2. The total vote for re-; by the Program Save The sponsored Educa-- to "Get out the Vote" and,I'

courtroom conscience kin, mixing it in, so to speak I moyal of R. W. Laster,i meet all other emergent political -
with the diverse personalities of the the of Judge of the Municipal tional Program Committe,I
jurors, power headed Rev. Milner Dar problems as they arisein I I & MOTORS I I
true justice will be weakened, while faithful prejudice be- Court, was heavier than by. the future.ELECTION.
comes the factor otker members of nell, when more than 1500
dominating in sentencing the convicted. the two ._
Boyd would see to it that a white man remains white in the School Board which' Negroes crowded the Dunbar FORECASTS No Money'Down a OVERHAULED

court, and a black man black Boyd is darn near clever. sought t o remove 44 tea-: Community Center last weekto "FALL OF FAUBUS"

However, if there is any connection between legislationand chers and School employees -I give honor to the Negro Already, there has been e 529-5Q

conscience, then legislation is the product of the for i i teachers who had been fired I talk in the streets by the] 6 Hour

' mer. And since conscience proceeds from a source greater The election was a windupof and those who had not been rank and file of Negro and

than hate, and since it is the secret enemy of injustice, more than 9,000 petitions the victims of the 'purge'. I White voters that the resultsof Service

however much it may be suppressed, the Tallahassee rape signed by the voters of this Many observers in the political -:' the recent election spellsthe *
trial duce a precedent of arena point out here' beginning of the end of Tree
may.p justice that will be both School District to hold a spe- f
surprising and historical. cial election to determine that the results of the recall;,! the administration of Governor Towing

Law is largely conscience. And if conscience prevails members of the Board, as a election constituted a man-' Faubus and that the peapie

come June 10th, those four white rapists won't have long result of the firing or purgeof date from the people of Lit-': of Arkansas will soon repudiate -

for this life. If, on the other hand, conscience is bartered some 44 Teachers and tIe Rock, who were hungry him and return to Hour OWNE AND ortRATt .

for hate and prejudice, nobody will be surprised. Surely School of the Dis- for a change in sentimentand normalcy in this State. TRANSMISSION' and
employees attitude the UNITED J I AUTOMATIC I l i :
nobody on this earth, anyway. I three of? people as i The reason being that busi-
trict bv the remaining
well desire to CENTER ..
I as a strong ness in this city has fallen MOTOR ,
of the Board after
--- members
---- --- -- -- I;three of its members walkedout cause the four high schools! off considerably and the Y225.HENDRlCKl*VE.. > J-Bf* Wfc

closed by Governor Faubus, State has failed to enjoy sat-
Do'stod ; Don'is) in protest of the tactics by authority of his office, reopened isfactory returns from exist-
exercised by the other mem-
t in September. i industry well its in-
s ing as as I
4Z bers of the Board. The peti- x
v tions were obtained by the w,'! Although this was an election -, ability to attract new, indus- -s--_ Sd -L:

Committee To Stop This Out- set up to have three tries to this State as long as
the Little the crisis ___ '
Board members of present integration 1
headed Dr.
rageous Purge, by i '
Drew F. Agar, and the "Save Rock Public Schools ousted, exists. -

r The Educational ProgramCommittee" because of their "arbitrary / _
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44 teachersand
firing of jome
t n 'r rf headed by Rev.
Milner Darnell. Schoif employees, which BEAUTY'S TELEVISIONAND a 4 y
served to threaten the foun- *
VOTERS NOT TRICKEDBY '
FAUBUS' INTRIGUE dations of the public School RADIO SERVICE s q
'
System here in Arkansas,
While the real issue in this ,
,CROSS (Committee to Retain -, Home Calls on all Makes
campaign was encouched in Segregated Schools) attempted -1 Used Radios from $5.00 Up
the firing of some 44 Teachers that I
to point out We Finance
and School Employees, the vote for retention of the
816 FLORIDA AVENUE
effort made the
an was bv
three school board members
ELGIN 6-8074
Committee to Retain
Segre-
1 who walked out, namely
gation-with the approval on Lamb, Matson and Tucker,
TV of Governor
appearances
0r Faubus-to confuse the real constituted an approval of .
Real
EstateLOANS'
integrated schools in Little
;
issue by injecting race hatred ;.
,Rock
a }' and show that the issue wasa ,. .

ti matter of Integration a-I I However, every effort was $ $

gainst segregation, did notstick [made by the opposition to Hr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh

with the voters in this :point up the fact that this Main mad Monroe

election. (election was not one involving .
1,000 ....000 $1,000
such issues but that
The unofficial returns from,
some 43 of the 45 boxes re ,there was only one issue: $4,000 up to $23,000:

ported were as follows: ,Stop the outrageous purge of Payable JLOO per mo. per hun-

Ted Lamb, for removal, 12, the teachers and School em- dred on unpaid balance at 1%.
513 and against removal was''ployees "without regard to tot us help you te complete

12,944; Ed I. McKinley, for: color or race". TUT house or refinance 38 KEN KNIGHT N

removal, 13,340 and against i an in the same place.

removal was 11,860; R. H.t The. significant part of this Can Invites You To Listen To A

Matson, for removal was 12,J,campaign was the fact that 2 !
971; Evverett Tucker, for removal -;weeks prior to election day,I IJ J.. P. YOUNGMr. "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting 1

coN n n r 12,081 and against re-J[educational campaigns were Simmons Mr. Walsh
moval 13,327; Ben Rowland,1]and sections of the City of Main and Monroe At 7:00 P. M. Nightly -
for removal, 13,692 and against Little Rock were covered
"DON'T USE THE FIRM'S TIME IN IDLE GOSSIP I 12 MMonle Temple BMf.
removal 11,527 and R. with necessary informationwith
Phone EL MOli
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W. Laster for removal 13,996 i .14tXFWRHC 1400
NO ADVANCEMENT THAT WAY. respect to the cam- EL Lint 1
. and against removal 11,135., p a i g n as' well as the i ,
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CLUB NOTES.I :: ;; : r5. Bells
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GLADIOLA LADIES .. Licenses
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CLUB PLANS OUTINGAn @ Donald Merritt, 2014 West-

mouth St., age 2'?, and Ever
annual outing will be L. Gooch, 1323 Vine St., age
sponsored by the Gladiola 2 f iA 20.
Ladies Club to White Sulphur I Edw. D. Wright, 2237 Calvin -
Springs, Stephen Fos- wC St., age 26, and Helen L.
ter :Memorial, June 28. vZ f* 1 it Campbell, 362 Nixon St., age
Buses will leave the cityat : t V 38.
9 p. m. Friends and other i Frank Tutsen, 054 LoganSt.
clubs have been invited togo ., age 62, and />retta Levy
on the trip. 1054 Logan St., \ge 52.
Domanzie Rob.'.son, l&jj
i E:1: 't \ \ Bethel Court, age 2i, and E-
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{ { nestine Warren, 2603 JangiI
FEDERATED GARDEN I I Ave., age 18.Solomon.
CIRCLE HOLDS I Haywood 1238

ANNUAL MEET Swift St., age 22, and Mary
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The Federated Garden Cir- Y
Washington, 1238 SwiftSt.
cle held its annual meeting ., age 19.Henry .
recently at the Blodgett I $' S'k'-. N. Jones, Jr., 2926
Hemes Auditorium.The r .N. Gillespie Ave., Sarasota,

meeting was climaxed r .- Fla., age 20. ..
4.' r 4 'b.f 1 Arthur I. Reid 2516 Wisteria
with a social hour. Plans for -

the installation, which will be ., ____ St., age 20, and Tressie
held, June 26 were enacted. e \ L. Mills, 707 North St. Court,
The annual report of the age 15.Ted .
president and retiring officers II. Hartley, 1357 Cleveland
were made.YWCA. r ; $ St., age 22, and Carolyn
Presha, 1931 Ella St., age 21.
Henry N. Jones, Jr., 2926
y A rrY N. Gillespie Ave., Sarasota,
DAY CAMP lg + A i Fla., age 20, and Raymell Bell,

i '-'." ci New Town Project, Apt. 53,
at W d, .u e r,A s Sarasota, Fla., age 20.Louis .
OPENS JUNE 15The \ 44b y < H. Adams III, 1039

: .... .' i E. 22nd St., age 17, and Betty -
13 .
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,. p r | J. Brown, 3415 Franklin
I St., age 16.Herbert.
1959 summer program Stokes, 1361 Bridi-
for the YWCA Day Camp for *er St., age 22, and Ann L.
Girls will begin June 15 and I close July 10. x Homes City, age 21.
Mrs Vera Davis will serveas o ': Ycrfnk

camp director and a staff .. <. ('y4 !J' NT SERVICE
will serve as assistants. _. .. :: 8'X'' .. i TO BE OBSERVED
Julius Guinyard director = '>"''' '''''' {giM.1: \
of ,' ,
the Swimming Pool and his Jf'. FV-. ::: -' m% .; .- .--.r ,/_ i.':' j"i}i.a AT EERGREEN

staff wiii assist the YWCA GALA EVENT-Some of the Jaxons who were on hand when K. Harper.
Day Campers in their swim- the Duval County teachers tossed their Tropical Hawaiian dance The Lady With The Ukulele is none other than Mrs. Bryant a KINLAW, GA.-The anniversary
ming program. last Friday nigh in the Duval Armory are seen in the photoscenesabove. member of the entertainment committee.The of the auxiliaries of
The Day Camp is under the The scene at top left are seen seated clockwise. George group at center is composed of Alfred Harrell. Mrs. Sarah Evergreen Baptist Church
administration of the TeenAge Hill Samuel Washington.. Mrs. and Mr. Fred Dixon. Mrs. W. D. Seymour Mrs. M. W. Simpson. Eric O. Simpson (symbolized by the will be observed, June 8-12
Program Department of Sweet. W. D. Sweet Robert W. Gray. Mrs. Virginia Gray MrsJ. eye-glasses)..Mrs. W. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Arnett Rogers. At the right in the auditorium of the
the Branch YVCA.Irs.. I. Irving Scott and Dr. J. Irving Scott supervisor of Negro schools. end Mrs. Mary Mitchell poses with M. Davis ose of the main cogs church.
II. Burney serves as committee Standing in the same order are Mrs. Mary Taylor Mrs. G. Brown. on the entertainment committee.The Services, Monday, June 8
chairman. Members in- Mrs. M. McCoy and Mrs. Mary Mitchell. bottom photo centershow a bevy of beauties. From left Mrs. will be conducted b y the
clude Mrs. R. D. Henderson, Top right shows a group of Parent Teacher Assn. members composed Sadie Braxton. Miss Doris Wade. Miss Barbara Cummings. Miss Rev. A. Davis and congregation -
Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Mrs. Ralph of Mr. and Mrs. C. Payne. Mr. an Mrs. E. W. Whitt Mr and Betty Cummings. Mrs. Delphinia Brinson. Misses C. Shine and. Kay of the St. Paul Methfr.
Lott, Mrs. Harry Collins. Mrs.F. Mrs. Arthur Robinson. Mrs. C. Shine Mrs. Mildred Pearson and W. Francis Sams. ... 1... dist Church, Kingsland. The
D. Richardson, Mrs. 'C. -------- --- aeacon poara is sponsoring

Brooks, Sr. Mrs. O. L. D.I'I chairman, and Mrs. F. J. Dixon -. 'TUESDAY MORNING \the service. Service will begin -
ham, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. PATRONIZE at 7:30 p. m.
as J. Pearson, Mrs. Oscar along with Mrs. Vera Davis CLUB HOLDS MEET \ Missionary night will be

Hillman, Mrs. Ulysses Baety.I serve as ex-officio mem observed, June 12. Elder Tho-
Mrs. Morris Goosby, branch .1 bers.1I of the committee. : Officers for the Tuesday Star Advertisers mas Myers and members of
Morning Club of the Branch the Church of God, St. Marys
I A. ..- I CHURCH NEWS YWCA for 1959-60 were elect- in charge of the service. {

For 759 Graduates recently in a meeting.The .
I officers are: Mrs. Thel- J
.. ma Crockett, president; Mrs.\ You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Essie G. Games, vice presi- 1
TABERNACLE CHURCH ,CONGREGATIONALCHORUS I dent; Mrs. Esther Jackson,
TO OBSERVE YOUTH DAY, I secretary; and Mrs. Etta Williams I Low PRICEOn

TO GIVE treasurer. .

will Tabernacle observeYouth Baptist Church IMITATION EVENTI Members of the club I include Yow-
Day,June .
!H4 throughout the day with -. : Mrs. Pearl Calhoun, .',
Mrs H. M. Lawrence as the I I Mrs. Bernice Wright and Mrs. Thelma Crockett Mrs. S. DRUG STORE NEEDS
director for the services. the Congregational GospelChorus l N. Starks, Mrs.\ :Mabel Latson,
I| Regular services Sunday, will present a "Nightof Mrs. Mabel Oliphant, Mrs. Al- Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
8. I ,
? exina Johnson
Irs.1.. C.
June 7 will begin with the' Imitations" June 25: at 8:30p. ,
PATENT Sunday School Department m., in the auditorium of Cave, Mrs. Susie J. Black, I WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN
:' OR WHITE [ I Mrs.\ A. M. Frazier, Mrs.
.. haw :Memorial I
I. [followed by morning wor-:, Baptist ES-I YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWe
sie
\ G. Barnes
Mrs. Etta \
ship. ,i Church, the Rev. C. J. Crosby I'
.. I i 1 i pastor. : Hams Mrs. E v a Williams, I I1 DelUer We Also FID AU Doctor PrrncripttotuDixie
PollWrot I Mrs. Est e 11 a Jackson, Mrs.
-- ------- I I Famous gospel groups will /1
T A BEAUTY THAT MRS. ROSETTA COHEN I jbe imitated by local gospel Zephr Lewis, Mrs. Madeline I Ii
SHOES' FEATURES FINE FIT AND TO PRESENT RECITALMrs. j groups and soloists. j jj i Jones Mrs. Annie Burnett :
F r Boys and Girls YOUR j Some imitations and local and Mrs. I. T. Powell. Pharmacy
fc... IIII ....- SMART STYLING' I : Rosetta Cohen will be i! participants are : Mahaliah I i iI
II YOUNGSTERS wu.L'LOW:: presented in a recital, June Jackson, Miss\ i Jacquelyn I. 1S02 KINGS ROAD at MYKTLE AVENUE
QUALITY LEATHERS TO :17 at 3 p. m. in the First Born I'Fort I ; Edna G. Cook, Mrs. I CLUB SPONSORS TRIP PHONES EL LMP71AI
Church, 1459 Union Street. Laura Jackson; Albertina j A trip to the beach will be I -
LAST All local singing groups Walker I of Caravans, Miss I sponsored by the Jolly Teen II PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

IT PAYS TO SEE OUR COMPLETE 'have been invited to attend Marva Jenkins: Dixie i i Hum Social Saving Club, June 10. PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
,the affair. Mrs. Tillie Hoi ming Birds the Swanieers
: RANGE OF STYLES ; I The |
books for I
IHOIS f oi I tort AM*... ward will be the mistress of Hightower Brothers Char- are open new
j I'I ,
i members. The club holds ;
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS a
I ceremonies for the occasion, lette V. Brown and Gwendo-i I j"
$5.95 to \
meeting Wednesdayfrom
every
$1.95CHILDREN 1 L--------=-----_-- _= ---- lyn Bivens; Clara Ward Singers 5 to 7 p.m. at the home i, from GRAY toiuI GLORIOUS !
Gospel Echoes Caravans
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BOOTERY of Mrs. Julia M. Robinson, .. .
FOR YEARS FOUNTAIN CHAPEL A.M.E.: ,Versiteers Gospel Singers and 1G2G W. Second Street.
OUR NEW STORE NEXT TO FEDERAL BAKERYLlootery PLANS MEN'S DAY ,others.
:[ Melvin Grace will be the I
Paxon The Fountain Chapel A.M. i i I master of ceremonies for the MT. SINAI CHURCH
,
E. Church will observe an event. I !
40 W. FORYSTH STREET nual :Men's Day July 19 withthe I The general public has been SETS WOMEN'S DAY
officers in charge of the ,invited to attend the affair.
activities.

'I Officers are: Walter John CLOSING EXERCISE The Mt. Sinai Baptist
Church will celebrate 'Vom-
son, general chairman; and
Ezekiel Haynes, co-chairman. SET BY LOCAL en's Day June 28, with the
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Plans for the observancewere following officers presiding: '
completed last Sunday :CHURCH Mrs Virginia Mack, chair-
in man; Mrs. I. B. Parker, cochairman -I
a meeting held by the men The closing exercises for jri /
; tii r s. Josephine /
of the
church.: _
the St. Paul .A.M.E. Church
F8 Jones, secretary; Mrs. Alice
Kindergarten will be held Williams, assistant; Mrs. M.
June 11 at 8 PJIL, in the basement K. Gibson, 'treasurer; Mrs. I
of the church. Students W. D. Lucas and Mrs. J. Dye, J
BETHEL CHURCH UNIT will present poems. playlets Sunday School: Mrs. Queen I',
TO SPONSOR CONTESTA and readings. McKnight, BTU; Mrs. Erma IE I
contest is being sponsored The graduates are: Janice Bryant, chairman of music; I /i: kL LARIEUSE '
by District No. 12 of Bethel Cheatham, Ronnie Roberson, Mrs. Alice Swan, ushers-and; I with y'0lltDj'J'Hairc lor
Baptist Church between the Jamely Harris, Larry Moss, Mrs. J. Stafford, decorations. ;
assistant deacons for the ben- Eugenia Mixon, Dayle Dun-
rr Finance committee include Today...hue hair as rich and natural-looting as '
efit of the educational fund can, Otis Girardeau, Mitchell Mrs. Lillie Hair, chairman; the professional model shown here!One hour and
of the church. I Cottrell, Thaddeus Alvery,Patricia Mrs. Flossie Rhim and Mrs. Godcfroy's Larieuse brings back youth to drab.
The contestants are Howard Greer, Jerry Carter, Iv Addie Ruff tag committee ovet-proc eued or graying hair.It's easy to use..s ',"..
no extra purchases needed.Get long-lasting
Singleton and Horace ory L. Reeves, Voncifle Ter- Miss Mary Wimbly, chair- Codefroy't Larieuse nowt.
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Freeman. The contest will rell, Lillian Y. ,Peterson. and man Miss Annie L. Thomas, ::: : =:;:
/ i.1/tw f {
:ff.-
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terminate June 28 Deborah Y. Hart.Instructors y
during a Miss ,
Claudett Clark and Mrs.. I.au ups le toa1IatI..H.... 1 #;
Fruit Sip at the home of Mrs.P. are Mrs. Ophelia Pearline Johnson. r Apply t to Uif wttn app&ntor.OCCCFKOY L -
ii drlaht tancct t ros T. Thorington, with b ire. and Mary Jennings. Mrs. J.t. Nnb,!.,!bell l

SXQ SI for flow MAG& HAM MATES Rena Owens- serving. as; Dorothy. W.. Bacon is supervi :Mrs. H. H. Robinson will .. -".."UFO.--... CO...3510,.-*..s Sew......:*.ft.tool*Ml-9-rt
ess. : sor. --- serve as pastor for the"day;' .

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"..inJ Clinic,to be held June 81 1 .
CLINIC BEGINS' 12"iIl feature some of the POLICE REPORTSWOMAN NEWS BRIEFS *
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nation's coaches I *
outstanding ? e3i
< and authorities in the field. HIT IN HEAD Now In The ,., w 1
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nl 1NE8-12AT I WITH HECL OF SHOE :WIFE Finest College y. 1 *
11 The consultants will include Miss Rosa Lee Kelley! 19, of j DETROIT. Barber College *
1I .I coaches from four major bowl 1414 Madison Street, told police Kelsey, a 45- G. L Approved *' 0fP
Frank
! ORIDAA&M games. They are: Waller of she was having an argument worker, was *'
Howard and Charlie
with a companion while in Jackson t *
.Clemson; Dave Nelson of Del- sitting in an automobile at chopping off *
.aware; Ray Elliott of Illinois; 1900 Kings Road last Monday ;common-law Prof. James Glover ic
TALLAHASSEE CoachA. ,Bob Woodruff of the University :and was hit in the'head with on January 22. Street At Beaver icic
S. Gaither, clinic director, of Florida; Perry Moss of the; heel of a shoe, police re 'I' Kelsey said EL 5.9874
aid the 15th annual FloridaA. I Florida State; Jerry Burns ported. ment over icic
and M. and Bob Flora of Iowa; Andy Miss Kelly told police that
University Coach- Urban the vie t i i-m,
Whitey -
of Tulane
:Pilney ; :a young woman, whose nameis Young, to the FOR
of Georgia Tech; Gomer Ozzie Lee Turner, 24, hither
beheaded
and
Watch This Gown;] Jones of Oklahoma; Sam with the shoe heel. '
then threw
Lankford (trainer) of the The victim was taken to Dir OCCASIONExpert; : -
furnace and
29 15 37 University of Florida; and J. val Medical Center by friends, the !Wezttato
dumped
438 55 913 B. McClendon of Tennessee A. where she was treated for ahead Photography
..-d I. State University, bas- laceration. before going to 1 : Weddings Banquets *
6 3 ',bal1. Patrolmen E. Jefferson and i :: i & Identification Photos

7 :f\ 9s ''he football section will beI H. Harley investigated.MAN 1 i & Commercial Work
from Monday, June 8, For Newspaper Cuts
1 ,
While You Walt
of June
tit ough the morning
1 & Picture Framing A tip of tbe Fops Oop
11. The basketball section LOSES MONEYTO ;
48 80 94 will begin Thursday after- FLIM-FLAMMERS Us Take A Photo Of You to there oot.tandfaa

83602516 noon, June 11, and close Fri- Benjamin Campbell, of Rt. ICE young Americana, wft*
Sometimes he's of day morning, June 12. 1 L, Box 167, Boundo, South : : g : In Natural Color make our country and
Sometimes he's down Carolina, lost $95 to two flim- I our community a bettor
He adds subtracts flammers last Sunday at Pearl ewe In',vhich to Uv.

fie works It all around FLORIDA STAR and Ashley Streets. i PHOTO STUDIO * i
Coming Attractions Campbell l told police he was ; Clara White Mission Bldg.
9251-36809 F 'J .approached by two men who i Sun. r *
COLORED HOME claimed they had: found a I For Appointments *

. billfold with $600 in it and 1
they told him if he would let': r>k BOB 3fJ
Bo/ an's Summer Music SchoolSix them; have some money they -
,would cut kim in I PIle
on it. ;>e
Big Weeks June 15 July 24 said he gave them $9::. i f p *

SCHOOL SUBJECTS Grades 1-8 The men told him to meet : 99 99Ufi* JESSE : )f
Piano Band Theory Voice Accordion them at Pearl and Ashley Sts. 45f
2922 PEARCE STREET Ph. EL 5.9722LILLY'S in one-half an hour. He said 0 4
he was there at the appointed *
hour, but the men never came. t or h 0 *
Patrolmen J. D. Austin and PENELOPE THOMPSON
DRUG STORE ,.
c. W. Home investigated. 0
New Stanton Senior
)tHigh t-
Y!
1907 Kings Road at Spires School J.
ce 22" 2 ?ce'e
andT
.,. Pepsi Cola Dealers
Where ExperiencedPharmacists f"y '"" Lr r YOUTH ARRESTED FOR IN PERSON Pepsi Cola Bottling Company -+

Prepare SERVICE DODGE Pius are proud to salute'v
Your Prescription Ac. FBI agents arrested 29-I I ATTRACTION Penelope Ann of the graduating -5f

cording to doctors 3 .. year-old Jessie Junior Anthony I class.She is a member -:*>
TTaONti
# t your t at the Greyhound Bus I POWER of Mt. Tabor Baptist
instructions Using tiI : Station on charges of violation I ison Church. TV
is.
;, only the best quality ;.... .'\"4 of the Selective Service I *********** -
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lated the Act by failing to report -I
rI It If You Try *
C. E. Black Pkarmadato Dr. W. J. Graham for duty as ordered. I A
KIDS!
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He arrested while PLUSGhes y'
was en 2
Hits
-:- -:- -:- Big ,.
route to Syracuse, N. Y., witha "SCHOOL'S !
of fruit with I Ii *
crew pickers
A COMPLETE LINE OF: !
whom he had been working. *
Cosmetics Bubber Goods Candies Sundrla i
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lIe was placed under $1,000 *
PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED
bond after a hearing on Monday Sun. & r *
before U. S. Commissionor -

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rutu *BEATRICE DENEFIELD
SHOES HELP WANTED
MAIDS COOKSHOUSEWORKERS i} New Stanton Senior
High School
NEW YORK Beatrice is a member of
BECK \ yL
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We have many excellent 111I. the graduating class. She
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216 WEST ADAMSSemiAnnual positions open for good female J is a member of the Student -
Council Quartermaster -
domestic worker
*-steady i ORCHESTRA
Jobs with nice private ter of the Band and plans
Sale families who will treat TOU' ROY *to become a Psychiatrist.

right and provide a nice 1. DELLA THURS75c ************

room meals and all priviledges -' Plus 1st '.'_. '.' "*"* 1Mtcfo>, **"-" -lJ Jt
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oil .7ih June Voyage 11 'I QUALITY! **

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