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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 28, 1956
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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."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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j: ; b d t RiJriM""A1t'''Fuller Warren To Ask RepealOf

, r rl::,frt : The 14th Amendment

,. 0' 4 .. 6 -No. 10 And NEWS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA" SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 1956 IS cents:


New American Home Office Ded icaied I

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! Girl On Bond k'J is ? V

Claflin Students Held

: Y t In Slapping Incident

, f
Orangeburg S. C. -. A Jacksonville university student who was

slapped by a white man in downtown Orangeburg two weeks ago

has been placed under $1,500 bond with five other_students involvedin

,the incident. J a9M
it was learned that group of '
Claflin Uni :'Sitn'tL EnTwiit !
taken downtOwn on an education

al tour and were instructed to To Halt Copeland DeathTallahassee

walk in pairs unless traffic prevented -

the formation.It a

was reported that while the
five female students were walk- It was announced Friday morning that the

ing with their-male associate an Florida Supreme Court has denied a stay of :execution for Charlie

Orangeburg white man elbowedthe Copeland, Jr., a young Jacksonville man facing execution for,rape.:

Jacksonville girl and when Attorneys for Copeland, whose 94'

she complained he slapped' her. execution Monday was delayed VI .
pending court action on the writ, Beverage Agent'sKiller r .F.
The male companion, Willie I
asked the Supreme Court for a
Osborne is reported to have secured ,
stay of execution so the case can ns
an umbrella with which he
be taken to federal court if the
struck M.. Rogers who made the
Florida court denies the writ. L-

attack. Copeland was scheduled to die I Year Jail TermOcala
of the is
The slapping '
Saturday morning April 28. a r
Rosa Dell Lawson of Moncrief It contended Id
was by Copeland'sattorneys ';
Road a recent graduate of Stan- Carleather Mac 0 o F yM
Ernest D. Jackson, Sr. Poole
>r ; rk
,, ton High SchooLAt and Releford McGriff Jackson- 32-year-old Negro.woman charged f' n i'.MEMORABLE
----- y"- --- f
a preliminary hearing Rogers ville Negroes that there is apparent with killing a Negro state bev-

ROSA DELL LAWSON told a different story claim- discrimination against Ne- erage agent, Roscoe Hargrett,

Slapped Under Bond ing that he was attacked by the groes charged with rape. They of- withdrew a plea of innocent to .
_____ _._ t .
.w< '' '' '' '''' E.'M J
He "' young women and the man. fered statistics to show that only murder and pleaded guilty to

appeared: in court bandaged likea one white man has been executedfor manslaughter on Monday.She EVENT The photos above show scenes of the impressive ceremony held in

,NEWS BRIEFS mummy.'The result of the hear; rape in the history of Florida: was sentenced to 12 monthsin connection with the dedication of the new Afro American Home Office building at Union and Ocean

a, ing Is, that Rogers was placed The court also was told that 23 county jaiL Streets. The top photo shows a portion of the hundreds of Jaxons who witnessed the open air cere

under $100 bond and the young Negroes have been executed dur- The woman has been in jail mony. In the photo at bottom. Dr. James H. Lewis is seen at microphone. Seated at, extreme left is

;TO CONTINUE BOYCOTT women under $1,500 bond each. ing the last 20 years. since Sept 24 when she killed Dr. Kelier Pharr who served as master of ceremonies. Insurance Commissioner Larsen. Mayor Hay.

4f' Bond for Osborne was fixed at During the last 20 years the at- the agent with a high powered don Burns and other officials and business leaders are seen as platform guests.
!Montgomery, Ala. An estimated
5.000 Negroes hive voted 2000. torney's stated only two white riCe at a night club when Har
Last week officials at Claflin men had been convicted of rape grett and another agent were
to"continue their boycott of city said that they were unsuccessful and they received recommendations arresting her husband. Julius for Youth Is Held
busses in Montgomery. Ala. until
Warren Would Ask
desegregation is officially okayed. iq getting any reputable white I of mercy. interfering with the performanceof RepealOf
lawyers in Orangeburg to defend Jackson said Friday afternoonthat their duties.
The bus already has
company the students. being filed in The attorney for the woman
papers were On
ordered the removal of the color Shooting RapOsborn
There are no Negro lawyers in Washington with the U. S. Supreme told the court she admitted firing The 14th Amendment
ban. But 'the city officials say
Orangeburg aad it is felt that,the Court for a stay of exe- the gun but denied shooting at
they will prosecute anone-driY.
white lawyers are afraid to represent -cution. the agent.
ers, passengers'or officials:=-tak.:
Negroes for fear of reprisals Murray 41, suffered
in mixed seating. ---- '
ing any part To Block
Councils. Desegregation gunshot wounds inflicted
from the Citizens by teen-

Reports from the Claflin cam- Porcher Taylor ServesAs agers Sunday night at Acorn and
; SOUTH LOSING pus indicate that the universitywill McQuade Streets.

$ SEGREGATION FIGHT try to secure a defense law- Murray was shot in the upper

Atlanta Democratic Senator yer from Charleston for the trial Fuller* Warren candidate for governor, announced in TV cam- right arm and left hip.

James Eastland of Mississippi has which comes up the first week in Warren Campaign AidePorcher paign speech last Wednesday night that he would seek the repealof The victim was driving his car
the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution to prevent de
acknowledged that the Deep May. in the direction of Beaver Street
segregation of Florida's schools.
South may lose its fight against when he came upon a group of
racial integration someday. East- The one-time governor' critic- teen-agers in the street.

land told a.Confederate Memorial "Florida. ized Governor LeRoy Collins for jurisdiction of the United States He said he blew his horn and
L. Taylor. editor of the Tattleran-
Day audience in Tupelo. Miss. Pessacolaas nounced in last week's edition: of the publication that he has his planned routing of the turn- Supreme Court. He proposed the they moved aside but as he drove
that if integration is gradually pike and pledged that he woulddo repeal of the section of the 14th off he heard a noise in the back of
been appointed campaign manager In the colored communityfor
cepted in the border states thence everything possible to prevent amendment to the U. S. Constitution his car. He stopped and got out to ,
the Fuller Warren for
he put it-''I,don't know if we Held For Assaults Warren and Sumter campaign Lowry are governor.strong advocates.for defeating what 'he feared is the sight of allowing integration of the investigate the noise and was

can hold out or,not"PROTEST school white and Negro children in desegregated races in the public schools and shot
the Supreme Courts ruling on desegregation.
: In his argument against admission of Virgil D. Hawkins schoolss.Emphasizing colleges. Taken into custody as a resultof
his stand against '"The people of Florida are the shooting was Rudolf Henry
DENIED Pensacola Vanice G. Swails, to the University of Florida Law School Warren'charged the .
I integration. Warren read from an greatly disturbed about desegregation 19, of 1073 W, 11th St. Henry was
.. The president of the South 43-year-old Negro man is accusedof applicant brutally whipped a school child several years ago "
affidavit he recently made in Miami be declared. "It is the lodged in jail under charge of
Carolina State College for Ne- shooting Samuel Jones 23yearold when he was a school teacher. Hawkins is now director of i
"that no Negroes will be ad- most terrible crisis in my life assault to murder. Detective Sgts.F. .
in the knee duringthe Public Relations at Bethune-Cookman College at Daytona
groes at Orangeburg say no student Negro man mitted to white schools and white time. Ipropose the repeal of provisions A. Gruber and W. C.,Barber

protest has erupted, follow. week-end. Beach.The of the 14th Amendment
colleges of this state if Fuller arrested the suspect Wednesday
1 tag the expulsion of student body} Roy Lee' Rhodes 20-year-old one-time governor stated that he would seek a change Warren is and let the states decide on de nightFollowing
president Fred Moore Moore led man is charged with stabbingGeo. In the Fourteenth Amendment to defeat the desegregation *'
a ufour-day anti-segregation boy; Dean 38 in the neck arm ruling. He said with proper leadership segregation. the shooting Murray
knife. The Taylor. Jaxon. who has published the "Tat Florida can start a program with Plans Special SessionHe whose address is Route 7, Box
coti: of the classrooms. And he'and side with a pen a prominent
club. 11.or than decade. has been an unsuccessful candidate other states,urging the Congressto 'sid immediately after he is 88-A was taken to Duval Medical
was ordered off the campus by the knifing occurred,at a night more a
six-member all-white Board of It Rhodes voluntarily surrenderedto for the office of City Councilman as well as Justice of invoke what he said was their inaugurated in January 1957, he Center and treated for the bullet
to regulate the appellate (Continued on Page 8)) wounds.
Trustees. .officers soon after the assault.o.Jd. the Peace.:



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_Po'._T" _. THE FLORIDA STAR Setllr4., April 28, 1956Ar

fHEjiFLORIDANEWS_ ;$JIj: .J d. your financial position and' even '
: stall* your ?easing'capacity 'for :".Jiii.j', the ('ito,.

i xCS some time to come. You are in a

much, better position to see thingsin
__ P.blh a by Tfce Florida Star Psbltshi.a c. their true light and these are April 17, 1956

&xE -', ,. the Dear Mr Simpson
,. ; days when chance.as well as
M.I; ; j AAfftu :t" t'y::: .
... After
reading in last week'sFlorida
your intuition
!\ :.; P. O. is 561, J ckoo Tilie 1, FferU -C423jlr l ;;: :< are. 'operating in
01 Star
.*d Street, Jockawilfc, Florida MUM ELgui 43773EBICO. y r i1 016CRI ? I / ; : 1" ;; your favor.i' of the appalling
: 65O$3I2.67323PISCES: : : treatment afforded one of the Ne-

:>SIMPSON .... .....--......_....:.,-.T.._. .----...:. Maae9ag EM ter -> o( -' gro baseball fans, it amazed me,
Lei4'SplkeM WaJda.toa .,. ..____........_................ News Editor : ; ; not that a situation like this
C. Hrkeaa Jo...... __..._.....:.................,. .....,....._... News Staff exists, for Negrophobia is not new
'; ff, here, but that the Negro citizens
,, Member of Associated Press t.oJC. Born Feb. 19 thru
Negro: d tif. J March 20
.- .,_... who have played such a_. large
.l ,r v f' > Stay close to"home" and the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES part in supporting the local ]ball
.OM Ye", $5.00 Half Y..". $3.00 Three M.stka... $I.tO'.Z.. : 1 r% : j :\\",- family. during this quarter as club in recent years, take the
/f1 Mailed To YM, Aeywfcere U tile United States. ? ; :.IIn .., there aresigns:of emotional and passive attitude they do.
Settcriptieiu p.,.... In Adyaa, Serf Check or Money O .n"T.-: t financial*upsets for those who, be-
.PUMUPA-STAR P. 0. lOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA Webster gives the following as
E come, too adventurous or unconventionaL definition of
a passive: Receivingor
Z THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: s,..; ;:..: Friends could become enduring without resistance or

,. 1. Negro Firemen. -. too, presumptuous and inclined to: emotional reaction; submissive.That .
3 .2. More Negro Police Officers. I. abuse. of your.generosity or very' aptly describes the situa-

3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. r good nature, so avoid answering' tion as it exists. There is no immediate -
=.:-4..:More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the: the" doorbell'when you are not solution for the problem,
'Building Program.IMeri -- sure who may be leaning on it. but the answer to "what can f do

It ... You can relax your nerves and now," is very obvious! If I am
c'7 c'\ vigilance, and take advantage of mistreated in someone's house, I

Mystic Kiigkls Of, Tke, Sea ) opportunities family connections to benefit through don't return to be maligned the
I'r second time. Not attending a local
:r "
developments. *4: ., '!IiL will hurt where i it counts.
games ?
Come To Life IB Florida .
Masonry !! 1": .
"" .-: :. (.Continued on Page 6)) =,

Almoat: -8Yerr' colored American has at one time br another *

looked upon the antics of Amos and Andy, Kingfish

. Stevens. Lawyer Calhoun. Lightning and other characterson > 1 '
the "Amos"and Andy Show" as ludicrous buffoonery and

racially degrading. They all state that il is impossible for ,. POSNEIfSWORLD'S
thereto be-such a fraternal, bodyas The Mystic Knights of ;
the Sea." However when the minutes of the last session of the

MoetWOTthlpful Union Grand Lodge are read they will reveal 3tiq f r

a stiuages far more humorous and pathetic than anything
Freemaa.and Godcden. the creators of Amos and Andy ever. a
dreamed up. l' FASTEST SEIUNOHAIR x
work hand-in-glove with your STRAIOHTIHCR ;
It is unconceivable to believe that organized group most trusted allies. "s .....:
held its
Jacksonville will look at certain large buildings in the Weekly i

colored section and wonder why they are unoccupied and LIBRA --"'"

when they read the cornerstones they wonder why did the Horoscope Guide Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 folD AT AU lUG) TOm

orders tail For their information we will mention a little Organize everything that has to wM ey .U toM barter slaps

ancient history. Thirty years ago Jacksonville was the frater- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY ,DAYS FOR do with your personal, professional -
nal capital of Florida. All of the orders had beautiful build- *: or commercial interests
ings they called their: homes. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL right from the very start to fore- AK fOfi IT ar NARY-TODAY

PABLO The ,ASTR()( GER. stall the many deceptive influ-
In the same proximity you had the St. Joseph Aid,Building A By ,
; The Odd Fellows, Castle Hall and ,the Prince Hall encees that are building\1p. See
Masonic Temple. On Ashley Street there stood the Knightsof to it that domestic and emotional

Pythias Building which was hailed as the largest and finest .ARIES CANCER questions are not diverting you
Born March 21 thru 19' Born June 22 thru July 22
April fromyour main problem, which is
building owned by Negroes in the South. In a few short years
People tend to be somewhat There is some sort:of showdown
a to protect your good name; your
all of these buildings were in receivership and the orders in
decline. By a miracle the Masonic order survived. the crisis. confusing or utterly unpredictable indicated, for_ this'Aperiodwhich job connection or your profes- Article in Reader's Reveals
making it for to could furnish the'climax to Digest
Like the mythical phoenix'the group arose'from the ashes of necessary you sional integrity. This is the day .
conduct business through a personal and family situation
your when personal confusion as wellas
dead and fraternal bodies than, before. '
dying greater :ever
wit rather than through the which haS been long time build-
s a
the unexpected can catch you Premenstrual TensionIs
The...type of dictatorial one-man leadership and mis Jittery
management financial. affairs which hastened the declineof methods, you usually prefer. En- ingrup.:,... contributing,.factor, or off guard and create almost in-
joy the outlets and excitementthat a resultant.onecould, upset.close soluble problems. Take counsel
the aforementioned ,organizations is a creeping cancer
which threatens the existance of the Most Worshipful Union social and club events create associations and disrupt,the joint' with your mate or other trusted So Often a Needless Misery! -
with an to romance should financial structure erected
Gntfid Lodge*It is not only up to'the' leaders to lead the way circumstances eye or your present through the ,This be advisors. Do you suffer terrible nervous tenstopped or strikingly relieved
but rather if- is up to the rank and file membership to see years. may 121966701374SCORPIO sion-feel jittery irritable depam and discomfort! 3 out of 4
that the leaden steer the status permit. The 23rd and 24th the day"of reckoning but as longas pressed-Just before your period women got glorious relief!
proper courses. are splendid days for the turningof yap maintain your, faith in each month? A startling article in Taken regularly Pinkham's relieves -
r In the years the' order has grown and prospered. Now on READER'S DIGEST reveals such the headaches,crampsnerv.premenstrual .
the threshold of greatness the life of the order is threatened. a new leaf and making sincere your lucky .star and.' your future Born Oct. 24'thru Nor .22 torment is needle ous tension. .during and before
efforts to'impress others with prospects, this could put you on a The possibility of allowing your misery in many cases! your period. Many women never
This time the danger is greater than ever before. Since time Thousands have discovlU1fer the
already cen en first day Why
immemorial nations have always felt.that the greatest danger your intentions to' make, amends new and more fulfilling path to decisions to be thus colored are ered how to avoid such suffering. should you?This month,,start taking
where they are in order. Use your eventa l'happlness' and prosper- already in evidence. Sound and With Lydia Pinkham's Compound Pinkham's. See U you-don't
comes from within. The same holds ,true with the Masonic ingenuity rather than bravado in ity. Let nothing happen that and Tablets,they're so much happier escape pre-menstrual tension...so
group in Florida. Like other societies and cultures the group effective measures to maintain less tense as those "difficult often the cause of unhappiness.
your personal interests. could threaten your business or within the family days" approach! Get
harmony as Lydia E.
has refused to allow blood to be trained to. take over ,.
young 544701468011TAURUS good name. Lydia Pinkham's 4ecte let it....iiufprdKt Pinkham's Vegetable
when ages causes the elders to falter., It is high time Grand well as to ensure safety within has a remarkable ,3 Ml.l!4 WMM fl Compound..
Master and his realize that unlike "Old Man 1-13-90-77-68-545 the home should be taken. The soothing effect on relief*J men mt Jutrt.,HU i or convenient new
group 25th and 26th are splendid days the source of such W .JtrUI idiot. Jiriif aitlefort Tablets which havebloodbuilding
River" they will not "keep rolling alongThey must; 'pass as distress. In doctors' .Lu -ifkmlt iron
Born April 20 thru May 20Don't LEO and YNa oWI
for creative tests, Pinkham's
the wind and tide. Unless they move over and begin to train added. At. druggists.
the allow your judgment to Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 pleasurable events that bring you w..a.r..r.
replacements and realize that "youth must have its day, '
become distorted by strange ideas, Shun to to loved Jobs well
*a. tendency resort closer to ones.
order will with them. Wake Masons.
pass up
; as this could cost you your j band wishful thinking or to schemes to done bring compensatsions.

bring adverse ,influences to gain the upper hand) or the major 7-100-22-80-16-101
bear as far as your well-being is share of'profits that accrue PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

Sevci Mea Sal Down To Tkiik concerned. Bring a chance to re- through -cooperative,, enterprises. SAGITTARIUSBorn
alize an ambition and chalk up Difficulties make ,it desirable if Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21

monetary gains. Friends come into not necessary, to reach compro- The tendency to arrive at snap

Aid A Great Negro Firm Was lorn the picture, ,and it could be mises with those who participatein conclusions could have costly L
through them that can repair business
you' your public and'business activ- troubles as far as your
previous mistakes and give a ities and to maintain friendlinessat operations, friends and accumu-

more favorable turn to your for- all costs. The 27th and 28th are lated reserves are concerned. Even
'}Last Sunday afternoon when the Afro-American Insurance tunes. Do not interfere with theworkin'gs much better days to gain friendly the best intentioned of people are

Company dedicated its new million dollar home office building. one of fate and devote yourself advice and to conduct pecuniary likely to be misled by false information A

of the principal speakers A. Maceo Walker president of the National to,your job, health, and private dealings with others who will doctrines, or wishful

Insurance Association wore his address around the theme:. "Seven. problems. work. with rather than againstyou. thinking and it would not do r

;men'sat down to, think fifty-five years ago". 88-12 6- -30-324 Don't 'be influenced by your cause any good to go along

The repitition with which he stressed the many things that had present trends when making fu- with them. You also have to be

been accomplished because seven' men sat down to think fifty- GEMINI ture plans. somewhat tactful in your dealings

five years ago-at times became humorous but not for one momentwas Born May 21 thru June 21 2-33-40-16-71-014' with your mate or other membersof

the significance behind the tohught lost. Be a bit slow about being soldon the household as they-may be s q rf

Indeed because seven men sat down to think fifty-five years the idea that there is quick VIRGO inclined to strike back or adopt s

ago the Afro-American Insurance Company and its 'new home money floating around for those Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 negative reactions.
office building stands as a monument to the progress of Negroes in 1-10-22-14-75-301
who are willing.to take chances. The best way to keep out of
Florida and the nation for that matter. Put creative talents to use and impress trouble and safeguard your mone- -
Today's Afro-American is the living proof of what can be others. Many signs point to tary interests during this periodis CAPRICORNBorn

accomplished: when met of our race sit down to .think-as those changes in the, near future that to devoteall :your time and at- Dee. 22 thru Jan. 19

seven men'sat down to think-of how they could pool.their meager make waiting desirable and pru- tention to your established work- Be on your guard against the

resources to provide a service for their fellow men and at the same dent now. Be particularly wary aday affairs. Whenever there are tricks of fate as well as the unpre- #
time build si business that would provide,employment for others as untrustworthiness of
when others are working on your: chances to be taken in the way of dictability or Y.d eee.y
well as bring some return on their investment. emotions' or attempting to push; excessive purchases, of goods .or some people in your public and
Those seven men who sat down to think fifty-five yeare ,ago you' into,a venture that can sud- through investing in unsecure professional es, right from the

and invested something like a hundred dollars apiece (which wasa denly hit your pocketbook and ventures,, leave'the initiative and very start. Don't let clashes of
heck of a lot in those days) did something akin to a miracle when throw your loved ones into con- illusory profits
we consider the virtual impossibility of getting seven Negroes today fusion. The 21st and 22nd are better 'afford to take them. Be your economic interests or an op-

to come together and invest a mere $500 apiece in anything that good days to get in touch with in- especially prudent in domestic: portunity bolster your security

would provide a service for the community and yield a small steady fwluential persons and gain their marital or.public,. relations.. You setup.: A slip of.the tongue wrong 1400 WRHC 1400

profit.Those support should the need become can fare much better in these respects -I judgment and situations over
seven men-the founders of the Afro-American Insurance pressing. Enjoy your sicial life. particularly .if you are i which you have no control can
Company--are to be commended for their spirit of unity, their fore- 19270-55-S3-424 aware of the competition and wreck havoc in your associations KEN KNIGHT
sight their lack of 'distrust of each other and their faith in the i around business and official quarter _

Negro populace to whom they looked for support.To *. The more you rely on ,what
be commended also are the poor. ordinary working men life has taught you, the surer will
and women who answered the appeal of the founders of this now Use this c..".. Leer more ooet yoorMrf. Sowo 10"ctiiH (C...* taw be your progress in attaining the {In i { TRAIN
The !I. COM) for eech horoscope ordered br mmiL laclvde self Mroned, '
great form when it was just a struggling enterprise. now stomped ....10... 'Write peiy.( This offer 4... set. apply, .to .st..llh results you seek, 'financially and
million dollar building is truly a, monument to the working class *f the doll aioa of CeMde. otherwise. 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

men and women who heeded the call to their racial pride to support :5-40-55'-15-63-521
It is monument to the ordinary man andwoman. r :
Negro enterprise a i
'* faith and trust and desire to boost Negro efforts, for it was P. o. lOX sfi AQUARIUSBorn

their nickels and dimes that accumulated to build this great firm I JACKSOW,ILLS 1. HA.el :. : Jan. 20 thru Feb.$' 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday .
thai is now housed In a million dollar edifice The Initiative falls back into ...
It is to be hoped that the men and women who guide the destiny I your hands, but don't press too Features
of this stupendous firm today from lavish and commodious 't': I hard and allow your mate or

quarters they will not let fade from view the spirit in which it was 't oJ ,. other close collaborators to share BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

founded and the spirit that impelled Negroes to support? it In I Clfr.. ,', -, ,: Stet. I in your ideas and efforts. Changing -
short, when they sit down to think let us hope that they will think D.to ffrti ] '- "' your job because of 'Wishful 10:3012 Monday Thru Saturday:

is the same vein as did those seven men who' sat down to think I sits MM"1 thinking or the 'false Claims ef

f fcfty-Sve years age. -------1. others could very well impair -



April 29, 1956 THE. FLORIDA STAR Pose Three

'GIRLS DAY' SLATEDAT j J Epicureans Planning For May Tear Stork J. W. Jokison

BETHEL BAPTIST 6ou t eopt { 4:. .

!: Deliveries Band Glee Club

Girl's Day will be observed ones : .., ,
.at Mrs. Harriet 1202 West r ;,* x .
Bethel Baptist Church during the 5th Street is ill in her home. ii $,i j. -. Born To:

Sunday School hour on Sunday, Friends are asked to visit her.She Presents Concert

April 29th. is a member of Central .
Baptist. .
and Isabelle Norton, 708
The 1p \'Ol'
teachers of the intermediate Church. F
department extend an invitation Court I. A'priI13/56. Boy James Weldon Johnson BanJ

to all T Robert and Martha Hodge, 1011 and Glee Club's second annual
girls of the age 7 years Mrs. Hattie Daise, an active ,
p 4 W. 21st St.
z.a. April 1456. Boy.
and'older. member of Central concert will be held on Monday at

Mrs. :Margaret Ford of Grant Church is ill in her home at Baptist 1108 1828 James W 33rd and St.Carrie Chaplin Girl.Jr. 8 p. m. in the school gy mtorium.
April 1456.
Memorial AME Church,Miss Ver- Florida Avenue. Friends calL According to an announcementby
may Joe and Bertha Williams
nell Sykes and Miss Barbara 1906 Mrs. Ruby Collyer, the band is

Waye of St Matthew Baptist Marion Ballard who suffered an > W.Arthur 2nd St.and April 13/56. Girl. being considered to play in the

Church will be the guest teachers. attack of illness recently is still Dolly Cummins, nationally known "Peanut Festi-
Mr. R. T. Thomas is the Super on the sick list and is confined to y : S3YE 1722 W. 6th St. April 4/56. Girl. val." The band was presented recently -

intendent arid Rev. R.. H. Wilsonis his home at 2102 Davis Street Leon and Maggie Williams, 3120 in Dothan, Ala. by the

,the pastor. where friends are asked to visit Haines Richard St. April 3/56. Boy. Narcissus Literary Club.
and Inell
him. Washington The glee club has been presented
Rural Route 6, Box 126D, Old St
on community programs, under
Mrs. Mcintosh 4 Augustine Rd. 8/56. Girl.
ServesAs April
Other Jaxons reported to in- the direction of Mrs. Lillie B.

Narrator At Tea active due to illness are: Mrs. Blackshere.
Rebecca Johnson of 222 W. State Zeta Amicaes Group Betty Richardson, Marilyn

Street; Mrs.Keturah Weston, who Will Sponsor Affair i Madry who play flutes; Walter
A Calendar Tea will be pre-I resides at 1329 McConihe Street; Coward, drummer and cymbalistwere
sented Sunday, April 22 at 3 I
p. chosen to perform with the
Mrs. Maria Law of 1102 Grothe A "Poetry Tea" will be given
m. in St. James AME Church all-state high school band at the
Street and Mrs. Fannie Jones of
I on Sunday by the Zeta Amica('$.
East 27th Street.
Florida High School Band Directors
1516 Davis StreetDaughter
auxiliary to Zeta Phi Beta Sorority
Each month will be representedby I Clinic. They were the Iin>r
characters portraying the PLANNING TEA -A portion ol the members of the Epicurean Culture Club who met recently 1 from 4 to 6 p. m in the Zeta junior high school musicians to

event of the month. Mrs. A. G. in the home of Mrs. Marie Jackson on West 21st Street are seen here. The main topic of discussion House, 422 W. Beaver Street win such honors.

McIntosh will serve as, narrator.. Elks was a tea event which the club will sponsor on May 20 at the Presbyterian Youth Center from 4 to 6:} Mrs. Verdie M. Cruse, program Tickets may be secured from

Hostesses for the tea will be p. m. The president of the club. Mrs. Henrietta Abney announced that the guest speaker at the tea will chairman has announced some of Mrs. R. Collyer and Mrs. M. Harrison -

Mrs. Julia Ann Lewis Mrs. Inez Honor Rulers be Mrs. Thelma Harris. Florida State Welfare officiaL Reading left to right in the picture above are:,;" the leading talents in the city will at the school.

Thompson, Mrs. Maude Smith Mrs. Juanita White. Mrs. Mary Simpson. Mrs. Odell White. Mrs..Vivian Robinson. Mrs. Jeanette Scott appear on the program.
I Mrs. Gertrude Morse president
Stewart Mrs. Alice McIntosh
Mrs. Edith Hill, Mrs. Adeline The Past Daughter Ruler's Club, i of the group has extended an in- Annual Spring Tea
vitation to the various clubs and
Smith and Mrs. Annie Mae Mc a unit of Pride.of Maceo Temple Jaxon Feted On 70th Birthday i .
friends of the city t oattend. To Be Held
Intosh. number 196 IBPOE of W honored ,,. SundayChoir
.LFAw 0.pF+ 'yxQ.ppx's+9w b.u. Kvw --
The program will include solos all officers and members of the .

by William Cannon Harold P. Temple with ten or more years o1 St. Paul Trio 2 of the St. Joseph Methodist

Narin piano solo. Miss Carolyn continuous service in the clubroom Church will present its an-

McIntosh and instrumental duet of the home on Friday beginning In Musical Event nual spring tea Sunday in the
by D. J. and W. R. McIntosh. at 9 p. m. 4 R a'R home of Mr. and Mrs. D. James

Speaker for the occasion will be Dts. Margaret Costello, Orelia J4 'IV I 729 Phelps Street from 4 to 6 p. m.

the Rev. B. J: Williams. Mosley and C. Ludd served on the I The St. Paul Trio will be the In, addition to the tea, a pro-

committees of affairs. featured artists for the annual gram will be rendered.

Ladies Of The Links Heading the list with more than 'musical May 14 at 8 p. m. in the Mrs. Eliza James, president, is
thirty-five years of service' was Second Baptist Church. inviting friends to attend.

Meet Wednesday P.M.The Daughter Ruler Hattie I. James 1 L. (I' This program is sponsored by

and Daughter Annie L. Stafford. 2y19'I the Junior Women's Missionary

of Links Golfers 1 I Society of the church. Friendly Sewing Circle

'I Members of the trio
arc: Mrs.
Guild will meet Wednesday at 7 'I Observes AnniversaryThe
Annual Tea Event Elizabeth Williams, Mrs. Cornelia
p. m. at the Lincoln Golf and:
Wallace and Mrs. Inez Mills, all
Country Club. I members of the Gospel Chorus of 30th anniversary of the
This is the regular-forum assembly Is Presented By
the SL Paul AME Church. Friendly Sewing Circle will be
and Miss G. Leona Styles, I I
t Mrs. B. K. Gibson will serve as observed Sunday at 3:30 p. m. i in
president, will preside.A Ebexezer Group ., w: guest hostess. Mrs. Gibson is pres- the Wilder Recreational Center.A .
roundtable discussion will be
as follows, is to
ident of the district junior wo program .
held, with a question and answer be rendered.
men's convention and vicepresident -
period. The club pro Ralph Daw- Usher Board No. 2 of the Eben- of the distcirt BYPU convention Opening selection audience; invocation -
kins will be present to give infor-
words of welcome Mrs.J. .
ezer Methodist Church will present and will give dramatic read ; ,
mation pertaining to all points of
B. Jones to welcome.
its annual tea on Sunday ings. ; response
golfing. from-5 to 7 p. m. in the social I t Serving on the various committees Mrs. Tiny Thomas; solo, Mrs. Beu-
Every Wednesday is Ladies Dayon QQQRRR k ; lah Ramsey reading, Miss Jacqueline
room of the church. Yr | for the program are Mrs. Lu- ; -
. the links, and all members of The New Stanton Senior High .. -..-- ,|I cile Scott, Mrs. Minnie Weathers- Jones; solo, Mrs. Mozell

the club, both old and new, are to School with Mrs. Alpha H.Moore, FETED A group of friends and relatives.who Joined with scores of others to wish "happy bee Mrs. Mattie Morgan. Mrs. Meacham; history of the club,

play, weather permitting. I directing will be a special f a-I ,.- to Willie Walker well-known Jaxon'are seen1 te. From left are Henry Walker Mrs. M. J. Rosa Lee Ragins, Mrs. Fannie Mrs. Mayonia Corley quartet selection -

ture.; I Clifton Mr. Walker. Mrs. W. M. Johnson Mrs. Truly Isham and Mrs. Blanche Walker. The highly entertaining Williams, Mrs. Mayola Bell. Mrs. I King Crooners; solo, Mrs.

SAVINGS CLUB In addition to the Glee Club,I social event was held in the residence of the honoree under sponsorship of Usher Board One Mary A. Flanders, Mrs. Maud A. McQueen; reading by request,

other choral groups and artists and Auxiliary Board Two of Grant Memorial AME Church Mrs. Annie B. Marshall and Mrs. Lenora Higgins and Mrs. Margaret Den- Miss A.E. Chrispin; solo Mr.Mil-

SETS ANNIVERSARYThe will'appear on the program including -I Smith., presidents, respectively. In charge of the occasion was Mrs.Truly Isham who was ably assisted .I nis. ton; selection, King Crooners;

the choir 2 of the church. by Mrs. Blanche Walker. solo, Mrs. Josephine Green; offer

Mrs. Fannie Robinson is chairman I ing, club count, announcements.The .
White Rose Saving Club Chinese Art DisplayedAt
will observe its 26th anniversary pf the program committee;: I Ia club with the largest attendance -

Sunday at 3 p. m. in the Emanuel Mrs. Lucille H* Holmes, heads' Jaxons Attend Tea Event I Florida Normal in uniform will be givena

Baptist Church. The Rev. "Mr. publicity and Mrs. Rosa Lee Cur. prize.
Badger will deliver the message. tion is in charge of decoratioq. Currently on display in the The Deleners Social Saving
Mrs; Frances is presidentof I conference room of the Jonathan Club will be guest and the Rever-
The districts miss: meeting will Day
also be observed Sunday after the board and the Rev. E. M. I Sewall Library on the campus of ettes Social Club will serve as
Florida Normal and Industrial
noon in the church at which timea Hurley, pastor of the church. j hostesses.
Memorial College is exhibition
an Members of the Pilgrim Saving
special .educational rally will 1 of 60 reproductions entiled 2000 Club and the Glendale Savings

terminate. 'YEARS OF CHINESE PAINT- Club will make the club count.
The annual women's day program Wedding Bells ING.

will terminate May 20'with : I The paintings will be on display -

the presentation of a special program Applications. for Marriage through May 5 for the bene-

Licenses 4 nf Y Y. k. + 4 fit of the public. Club NotesAll

The exhibit, brought to St. Au-
YW ClassesIn Willie J. Byrd, RL 4, Box 439, $ gustine under the auspices of the
age 39 and Caretha M. Samuels, college library committee, is be- members of the Goodwill

Progress Now At Rt. 4, Box 443, age 33. ing circulated by the American Charity Club Mrs. Marie Wilder

Recreation Center Wallace Brantley, 1012 Colyer Federation of Arts, in cooperationwith president, will meet Sunday 4

SL, Orlando, Fla. age 65 and UNESCO. p. m. at 721 W. Union StreeL

L. P. Greene Jr. instructor of Bertha L. Frazier, 1012 Colyer St, .

the bridge course sponsored thru Orlando, Fin. age 48. fY

the young adult department of the Wm. H. Sweet 1315 W. 4th SL, CHAMPION'SMEN'S

YWCA has announced classes age 45 and Dorothy M. Harris, 539 -

which began on April 17 will continue -I Minnie SL, age 30 WEAR

for the next five Tuesdays Tommie Alexander, 1716 Cal-
y -
through May 15. .:I I houn St, age 26 and Helen Bwi '6rb.:
basic fundamentals Cheeseboro. 1440 W. 24th St, age SHORT SLEEVE
A -review of the
""" Sport Shirts $1.39 Each 3-for $4.00
of bridge will be given in 24.
the next meeting. Prince Pitman 136 Park St, age DACRON RAYON GABARDINE

Mrs. Lois Hill located in the 40 and Mary L. Wilson 210 Chel- Dress Pants $2.99.

YWCA office in the Wilder Recreation sea St, age 30. BRIEFSUndershirts .
Center, 1236 ML Herman I Rufus Holley, 1071 Jefferson TEA TIME IN JAX Jaxons who participated in one of the popular Sunday afternoon teas are SHORTS 49c Each 2-for 89c

Street be contacted for further St, age 21 and Ella M. Lawrence, shown as they gathered for a recent event held in the home of Mrs. Marie Williams at 1617 Steele -

information.jnay 1430 E. 20th St, age'17.You Street. Gathered around the beautifully decorated serving table are Mrs. Mary Riggens. Mrs. Susie Nylon Stretch Sox 5-for $1.00ONE
Scott. Mrs. Ruth Smith. Calvin Reddick. Mrs. Louise Brown. Mrs. Julia Ponder. Mrs. Marie W;lliams.
Mrs. Louise Lewis Richard Wynn. Mrs. Leila Williams. Mrs. Ophelia Middleton and Mrs. Oretha
"i ""' Men's Straw Hats ... .. $1.00
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Duggers.Junior


LOW PRICES Women's$ Group Central Baptist Moncrief School Gives 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

Presents Tea SundayThe Dance Recital Monday
On Your !
In Preparalioi
Junior Women's District; 'The dance group of Moncrief

DRUG STORE NEEDS Covention auxiliary to the West Elementary School will present & SATURDAY APRIL 27 & 28
Florida and Bethany Baptist As- For 'Family Day'Central their first recital ""Dancetime", Charles Srarett

Store sociation of which Mrs.M. K.Gibson Monday April 30th 1956 at 8:00 "THUNDER OVER PRAIRIE"
Your Drug
Trade With Neighborhood
is president will sponsor the p.m. in the school auditorium.The .
Baptist Church will observe cad -
annual tea' on Sunday at 3:30 recital will be under the '
Prices Advertised "Family Day" on Sunday.The 'SINGING GUNS"SUNDAY
We Will Meet Any o'clock in basement of the Mt R. direction of Mesdames Margaret
Rev. Leander
Sinai Baptist Church. pastor'the Starkes, A. L. Scriven and Lucille I MONDAY APRIL 2f & 30
,In Your Local PapersWOOD'S Jones, will deliver the 11'a.. m. Williams. The public is invitedto Joke. Payee

Mrs. Lillian P. King, program message from the subject "A attend this gala affair. "ROAD TO DENVER" --- '.
chairman has planned an enter- Family Riot"" .
...4 -
DIXIE PHARMACY taining and appropriate program. Mrs. Theo Oree will present a Steve Cechrait"PRIVATE

Each member of the various family program at 7 p. m. The HELL 36"
1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AYENUEPHONES societies comprising the convention Gospel Chorus will render several cOLD SVFFEIEIS .
We Deliver We Alt Ml All Doctors' fntcrtftk will wear corsage for the COLD doe**!*** yi.M Quickly to First Run
occasion. STAN SACK'S rraaiptien ferml.* "KNIGHTS OF THE ROUND TABLE"
PAY I l The various ,societies and fat t. print eef rtfofl relief from .. -

BILLS AT OUR ,STORE friends of the group are invited to 1 EVERY tired ten..xl'tOff mutely ntirratgte "ROCK ISLAND TRAIL"Setnrtq
.d Madsekh due cells



_ :. : Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge Meets In Tampa May )

Dival, :Callaiai Aid Yilee GroupsTo Fifth GI'CI Duval School Students_ Taken on Seaboard Railroad J JIf

.a.x. ;.. 'l -
Represent Unions Ai Confab
i S

The fifty-eighth' annual session of the Pallbearers Grand Union
Lodge will convene in Tampa Florida, May 2 through May 4.,The
sessions will be held at the Pallbearers Temple Headquarters at 1902-
04 Main Street with the Grand President, Rev W. R. Robinson

pr The siding.delegation from Duval ; k ;

County, Callahan ,and Yulee will If ': vr r
be headed by Mrs. Lois Cain Dep- Junior LeaguersWill :
uty. All presidents of these lodges

will Appearing be delegates on the also.program from Conduct ACE : : :

Jacksonville will be the Rev. C. kw-

C. Brown pastor of Spring Hill r..
Baptist Church, Attorney D. W. Service Sunday

Perkins and State Deputy Mrs. T
Lois Cain. Dr. W. R. Puryear
President of Florida Normal Industrial The officers and members of the
Y. tC \
and Memorial College, St Junior Department of the Chris- iiiTT A:

Augustine, Florida, will also aP-! tian Endeavor League of St. Paul
AME Church will have charge of
pear. :
It was fifty-eight years ago that the services on Sunday April 29.
the lodge was organized but the The group is under the directionof
present leader Rev. W. R. Robinson Mrs. U. S. McNeal and Mrs. _
was elevated to the presi- Ann Turner of the Church Youth _
dency in 1936. The organizationhas department. Presiding at this session ----
progressed along all lines will be Patricia Coppock, the LINING UP FOR TRAIN TRIP-Fifth grade students of Duval Schools contact with virtually every phase of railroad operation
showing growth in membershipand president were taken on an education train trip made possible by Seaboard Railroad of the motors to the serving of foods aboard metal
:new lodges added. Songs, Bible verses, instrumental officials are shown boarding one of the modern trains for a never-to-be L. G. Bates, Superintendent of the line stated that I
Pallbearers throughout the solos, recitations and games forgotten experience. They watched the deisel engines at work and were taken on the educational trip which was done in groups
state*will assemble in Tampa for will be the order of the day for given valuable information on their operation. The tour brought them in several days.
what is believed to be the greatest the enjoyment as well as benefitof
grand.lodge session in the historyof the young people. -
the organization. Delegates will The group is also preparing a Drive Abyssinia Slates Church NotesThe BAPTIST MINISTERSTO GOSPEL
be greeted by Mrs. Rachel Austin, playlet for presentation,and plans MEET MONDAYThe RENDER
Grand Financial Secretary and for an all-round interesting pro-

Mrs. Annie D. Horton, Grand gram are being developed. The Ends Sunday Events For Hay Laymen of the East Florida
Recorder Juniors have extended an invita- Annual Conference will meet Baptist Ministers Brother- The Gospel
A full report will be furnishedthe tion to all parents and their chil- At Day Spring Sunday at 3 p. m. in SL Stephens hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Mrs. Inez
public through the papers by dren to attend this program. Onconiirigactivities at the AME Church. The Ladies Auxil- ties will meet Monday, April 30th their eighth
Young Adult and Senior Leaguers at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist night in the
the reporter the Rev. G. W. Mil- Abyssinia Baptist Church is an- iary will be expected to attend
ler. have been requested to be presentfor The Pledge Drive for the edu- Church. The Sunday School lesson Church.
nounced follows
as ,
the program and to arrange cational building of the Day Monday, April 30, Choir 1 will also.The president J. L. Williams, will be previewed by appoint- The Rev. D. J.
plans for the months of May and Spring Baptist Church will terminate has called laymen of the AME ment.The order of the day will be liver the
First New Zion Choir repreSented in a musical programin
June. 'on Sunday evening.A the First New Zion Church to be present to complete the reports of the various commit- various groups
Observes AnniversaryChoir The league will begin promptly program has been arrangedand Church corner Seventh and Davis plans for the General Conferencein tees. Rev. H. H. Robinson is the appear on the
at 5:30: p. m. persons making the pledgesare Miami. president and Rev. G. W. Milleris Ken Knight
2 of First New Zion Bap- asked to be in.attendance and Streets. the reporter. of ceremonies.
Albert Davis Arnett Osgood,
tist Church will observe its 16th make May 7, District 8 will observeits
complete reports.At Palatka Frank Hoover, Mrs. Ada
15th anniversary.Choir ;
-anniversary celebration April 30at8p.m. 9:30 a. m. Sunday the Sun-
District 1 will be in Rembert of St. Augustine have
Abyssinia presented a
School will
day meet with Ed-
Speaker for the service is the Observes AnniversaryEmanuel ward Bethone and Mrs. J. L. Ter- spring musical festival on May 11. been called to be present also.
Rev. Robert H. Wilson, pastor of presiding. Fifty choirs will participate in
ry The districts meeting will Rev. Madam I.
this event. mass H
Bethel Baptist Institutional Choir 2 will render the musicat ,
Jackson efficient May 13, District, will be observed Sunday afternoon in
Church. sponsora
11 a. m. at which time the KNOWN TO
The president of the choir, with leader of District No. 8 of the drive spiritual tea in the home of Mr. the Emanuel Baptist Church. A
pledge rally participantswill
the officers and members are Abyssinia Baptist Church an- make reports. .and Mrs. Lewis Boyd, 1620 Fair- special educational rally will DIAL"I

working to make this observanceone nounces the celebration of the Mrs. Vermeil Wilson will preside fax StreeL terminate.Women's will be observed I II ':, L F She Is One Who Believes
of the outstanding events of 15th anniversary on Monday, May at the BTU hour beginningat District 11 will present a musi- I Day Are Possible
the year. 7 at 8:30 o'clock in the church. 6 o'clock. cal tea May 20 at which time the .on May 20. 4A
The Rev. S. S. Robinson, baby contest will terminate.The Choir No. 4 will meet for rehearsal Faith and
Tuesday 7 p. nx, regular Bible pastorof ,Mrs. Bernice P. Pugh is editorial -
t study and teachers meeting; 8 p. the Simpson AME Church, is secretary. jGospel, ,Echoes and the Saturday at 5 p. m. and Your
She To
Says According
the deacons and trustees will
m., prayer meeting. listed to deliver the message and Gospel Crusaders will be presented -
Choir 3 will rehearse 'Wednesday Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will act as in a musical benefit programin meet with the pastor at 6 p. m. God Will Give You PowerIf

at 6 'p. m. with Choir 2 rehearsing mistress of ceremonies. Others 40-Voice Choir the interest of District 9 on You Arc Sick Confused Crossed Haviag
at 8 p. m. scheduled to appear are :Mrs.Elsie May 20.The Rev. C. T. Financial Problems. or Trouble of Any
Rehearsal for Choir 1 is slated. Thomas. the Mt. Ararat Male Appears At Bethel Nurses" Board will observethe Crosby Consult This Gifted Woman
Thursday at 8 p. m. Chorus, the Zion Hope Male anniversary on May 21 And Choir AND HAVE WHAT YOU WANT
----- Chorus, the Female Chorus of in the church auditorium. Appeal SJw Started Her Work In South
Gibbs Chapel AME Zion Hope, the Celestial Spiritual Services Sunday, May 13 in the ICrusader In Her Early Childhood
Singers, the Norfolk Four, the ML Bethel Baptist Church will fea- Ai First BornThe IT MATTERS NOT RACE, COLOR OR
Program Ararat Quintet, the Johnson Four ture the 40-voice choir of the Masons
. For Building FundA and others. church under the direction of Mrs.i Special Prayer and Healing
Guest usher boards will be ML Lillian. T. Robinson in a spring Rev. Charles J. Crosby, EVERY MONDAY: AND FRIDAY
benefit program is scheduled Ararat and Abyssinia churches. recital. To Meet SundayThe pastor of the ML Pleasant Baptist NO MAIL ANSWERED COME IN
Sunday, April 22 at 3:30 p. m. in Districts No. 11 of the Abyssinia The group will present a pro- Church accompanied by his chair
Gibbs Chapel AME Church Lincoln Baptist Church and No. 9 will be gram of music from Bach Watts and congregation will render an REV. MADAM I.
Masonic Crusaders will after
Villa. guest districts. Mozart, Goss, Noble Bortnianskyand service Sunday, May 6 in
The program is in interest of Mrs. Annie Loman is presidentand Adams. Also Negro spiritualsin hold their first meeting since the the First Born Temple. 1116 Writ 8th Stroet Hoars: 10 a.m.
the current building fund drive the Rev. B. L. Wynn pastor. the traditional manner. recent Grand Lodge Sunday This event is sponsored by Mrs.
and the sponsors have invited the Mrs.,Louise Etheridge, harpists afternoon, 3 p. m, 4th Floor Ma- Ozzie B. Williams in the interestof
public to attend. will be the featured artist pre- sonic Temple, 410 Broad Street the thirteenth anniversary of
;,. Among those appearing will.be senting three selections.The The chairman of the group is choir 1 of the Temple.
urging all Master Masons to attend The chair will celebrate its
Rev. Sidney Gates, the Rev. H. A. Second BaptistAnniversary Rev. Robert H. Wilson is an-
Wilson Mrs. Lillie M. Littles Mrs. minister the church.Missionary especially' Pastmasters and niversary_on May 8 with a pro-
Ollie M. Johnson, Mrs. Verna J. Masters. Business which affects gram with the original Lighthouse
Robinson, Dr. Bufprd W. Kidd, Rile the future of the entire Jurisdic- Gospel Chorus and other groups Melvin
Kenneth Reddick, Mrs. Gladys Day.at! tion will be discussed. Every man appearing.
Sanders, Mrs. Rovena Hughes. who has.an interest in the growth C1ParhamJohnson. well knownin
Miss Jerelene Jones, Mrs.Ruth Features Artist Si. Stephens AME and welfare of the Most Worshipful religious and civic activities
McMillan Mrs. Ethel M. Powell, Union Grand Lodge is expected will serve as master of ceremonies.Mrs. AND
Peter S. Clayton Dixie Gibbs, I to attend and hear the facts Williams, program Committee -
Rossie 1.. Armstrong, Louis I The 29th anniversary of Choir Missionary Day will be observ- I which will be presented. chairman, is planning to
Thompson, Mrs. Larleatha Mob- :No. 2 of the Second Baptist edthroughout Sunday in the St make this the choir's best anni-

ley, the Rev. Eugene Mobley. Church will be observed Mondayat Stephen AME Church Local Sales versary.. THE DE
Mrs. Genetha Battle and Mrs. 8 p. m. in the church. A pro- Opening the day's activities will People Elder A. Hill 'is pastor of the
Eva Guyton are Sponsor gram will be presented. be the Sunday School hour begin- church.
Music will be furnished for this ning at 9:30 a. m. with superintendent Display Products
occasion by Choir 3 of the Sec- Arthur Madry in charge.At Les Verdettes Club GUIDING YOUR
LEARN TO DRIVE ond Baptist Church, Choirs No. 11 a. m., the Missionary So-
Tk QaUkstt .HM Usbtt 2 of the Grants Memorial A.M.E. ciety of the church will conductthe At Country ClubAn Plans Event SundayThe
Way T. Lear Church, St Thomas-and the First services. The Rev. Mrs.Amanda .
!Baptist Church, New Bethel AME Anderson will deliver annual spring tea sponsored 10:00 10.12:00
AJAX'DRIVING Church Shiloh Male and Female the message and will be intro- invitation is extended to by the Les Verdetts Social
SCHOOL ,Chorus and Miss Ai lie Faye duced by" irs. Vera J. Robinson friends of the Duval County Club will be given on I
!Roundtree. Mrs. Lena George, The A. C. E. League will con- Salesman and -Retail Merchants from 4 to 6 p. m, in Sunday t
CALL EL 4-0639 I Miss Louise Tippins, Mrs. Margie .vene 'at the usual hour. Association to join with them in McLeod Bethune Center. .' 1:00 to 3:00

George Perpena Ferrell, the Rev. J. L. Hall, Mrs. Mrs Maggie Sims, Mrs. Sarah observing their first annual display Beaver Street. ;
1134 W. 5th Street. Laura Harris and others will also Tones and Prayer Bands of the :of products Sunday from 3 Mrs. T. Carter Lewis will act as
appear. city will have charge of the evening to 6 p. nu in the Country Club.J. mistress of ceremonies. j f Monday thru
The public is ,invited. service beginning; at 7:10 p.m. D. Brooks president of the A program will be rendered
group announced the purpose. of with Mrs. Edna Lewis as guest!

. : rll1id KeiefofPAIN > the meeting expected to srerve soloist. i f OVER
ACHING MISCLES two-fold.. In one way to assist The various clubs of the city
LUCKY JOHN the salesmen in increasing their and frien'ds are invited to this

.!.>.. eaten .* U***.****. *.*...5 .M.. earnings and another: to familiarize affair. 'i
....with tTAMlACK.U..M........... friends with the products.
TANBACK.*.fast t-bri.a.w.hrtlqwu.L.
....*.......STANBACK(.*....<. Are you in hard luck? Further accomplishments will
........ PILL TIE UKOK
.. NEURAL" .Maw! M.eaietl.a bee to* be made in the introduction of
tat PAINS HEADACHE. Need work
rMiMtt fer set rtMtf" .* MMt money, any-
OIA NEURITIS with STAN BACK TAS.6ST.r these salesmen to the public and STOMICIIPm
.. tr> BACK wibia.s ., ,l ... HaU-allve.headachy.when constipation
M" r aNdi..lly services offered by these
;,j put* r+\_ hit* _. My t* t.1. 4Me. Learn Commercial Art out of five number plan relieves soon constipation stomach Black-Draught over.i "t. JACKSONVILLE'S ONLY ALL
The (444
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MULTIPLE .......*ils brigs fMtw,Mrt Start Anytime men.Door Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
200. Our luck and troubles prizes will be given. PROGRAMMED RADIO
flay,... "Ii"'.NSig..i.ty aN '-- UuSn-StMuet Sratsw WIlts ton**!
tawy p! .... G..,'. APPROVED Music and other entertainment No harsh griping. Hade tram pure
treatment plan $5.00 I vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
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Saturday, April 28, 1956 THf FLORIDA Sf 1t. Page Fire

:. NAACP Banned From Activities By; Old :Louisiana Law


Law That Wiped Oil Kn Klux Klan I Enjoy Silver Tea Event I

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ROUGE. La.-A permanent halt to activities of the

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in :, .

Louisiana was ordered stopped Tuesday by a state judge there. S Inter-Fraternity Sports

The permanent injunction came I t League, composed of the four

under a 1924 law that wiped out No NAACP attorneys attendedthe I '.: ; Greek letter fraternities namely, 1 1RJW 1r

the Ku Klux Klan in Louisiana. brief hearing. Only a reporter I Phi Beta Sigma, Alpha Phi Alpha

Theinjunction notified the and the assistant secretary of I Omega Phi Phi and Kappa Alpha

NAACP it was "permanently en- state were called as witnesses.The Psi was formed recently to spon-

Joined, 'restrau'.ed and pronibited NAACIS said it would appeal -I sor recreational activities between
in the State of Louisiana from I fraternities.The .
the injunction suitThe
holding any meeting and from do- law says the attorney gen- t objectives are better

ing any business or acting as a eral is directed to take action health group spirit public rela- )

corporation in the State of Louis- "by' injunction or otherwise' : U a1 i .: U U tions and a permanent interest in

iana.District dissolve" organizations which fail sports.
Judge Coleman took to file yearly membership lists Slated for the week are the following -

the action in a default hearing. until they comply with the law. activities: April 27 Kappasvs.

State attorneys had entered the Alphas in tennis; April 28,
In this case the NAACP would
default April 10 after the deadline Omegas vs. Sigmas in volleyball

passed for an NAACP reply to a have to file with the secretary of NIZ' Z and April 29, Kappas vs. Alphas ina these A Up of outstanding the Pepsi Cap to
state certified membership lists jr yoong
temporary injunction granted .. ..-- .,...,- -.... ..- checker game at the Wilder Recreation Americans, who make ant
dating back to the organization'sstart country and oar communitya
March 29.Lethargy. Center at 7:30: p. m.
better In which
in Louisiana. TEA EVENT A group of well-known Gate City residents who enjoyed the colorful Silver place to rare.v,JJ
The public is invited to attend -
Robert L. Carter, assistant special Tea event held here last Sunday are seen here: Among them are. SITTING: Mrs. Gertrude Moore; these activities. No admission will 4 ; *

Blamed counsel said the NAACP be- Mrs. Lucy L. Tremble. STANDING: Mrs. Lucille Scott: Mrs. Sadie Person: Miss. Pearl Thomas: be charged.

lieved the action is void and illegal Mrs. Mary Washington: Mrs. Annie Williams; Mr. Robert Thomas. BACK: Mrs. Cooper: Claude

and pointed out that the or- Blus: Mrs. Annie L. Huff: Mrs. Agnes Smith. Photo by Japhus Baker
For Low NegroRegisiraiion
ganization had filed a petition in DesegregationOn

federal court to remove the suit

from state court. Williams Buses No! New 'i 1t.
Collins Blasts CandidatesFor f'
St Petersburg-Lethargy-not n \ "

fear- s responsible for light reg-; VetercinsCorner Denies ChargesOf In Daytona City II "A

istration by Florida Negro voters i

Edward-D. Davis president of the i Race Hate Campaign. '''Collusion DAYTONA BEACHCitizenshere
said. \
Florida Negro Voters League should not be too greatly upset

Davis of Tampa, told a meetingof I by the Supreme Court's order

the League that the state's low GOT. Leroy Collins campaigning for election to a full term To The Editor abolishing segregation on buses.
total of only 141,235 Negro regis- Q. .I have just been dischargedfrom Florida Star
i said last Tuesday night that he would continue providing leader- White and colored passengers
trants was brought about in part a VA hospital, where I have ship in "government that is an instrument of service to all the Dear Sir sitting side by side here is not an v'

by a decline of 300 registrations in I been for the past eight years. If I people and not a parade,field for. the big shots or"a happy hunting In your last issue you men- unusual sight. Five of the driversare ELIZABETHWASHINGTON

Pmellas. Cqunty since 1950 and I enroll for training under Public ground for the fast money boys."I tioned certain charges a group Negroes.
similar losses in neighboring Law 16. will I have to quit on of Masons attempted to bring Mathew W. Gilbert
., I offer my record in the time I Bus superintendent M. A. La- :Senior High School
counties. I July 25. 1956. the epd of the pro- against me in the recent Grand
have been serving the unexpiredterm fered by one candidate a one- nier said "the colored people load Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
gram? Lodge. I would like to presentthe this up and coming citizen -
"Apathetic or sluggish inactiv-
of the late Gov. Dan T. Mc- track leadership that is on a from the rear to the front and the an honor student of
ity" on the part of Negro leaders A. No. You will be permittedto true facts that my friends. rear"' ,_ 11-A2 class. She is second
Carty. I have given the people a course of inviting hatred and disorder white from the front to the vice-president of the New
business associates and fellow
was blamed. continue after that date. A law government of integrity-a gov- and by another candidate a During rush hours the middle of Homemakers of America.
The Executive Secretary of the has extended Public Law 16 train- Masons will know that I am a member of Junior choirof
courSe of and demagoguery the bus is completely desigregatedand
ernment the people want he declared buffoonery her church. She is an
Melrose Park YMCA challengedstate to four that not now and never have been eastsider.
ing up years past ; ," he also said. there have never been any
Negro leaders to accept "re- date for veterans who have beer "I am'confident the people will involved in any form of collus incidents. "The relationship be- ,

I sponsibilities that go hand in hand unable to begin in time, becauseof "The people also are on trial in, not want the leadership offered ion.I. tween the two races has always t
with full American citizenship. their disabilities. this election. The of- am serving in the capacity
people are by these two candidates. I am been pretty good as far as the bus ,
of Chairman of the Committeeon
" I I confident the people of Florida line is concerned" he said.
Foreign Correspondencewhich i irs
will endorse my record, because I is a standing committeeof The five Negro drivers have
believe my record reflects the been working for the city from 15
the Grand Lodge. The functions
SPRINGTIME, SPECIALS hope and ambitions of the peo of this committee are as to 18 years. Once the city had

ple." follows: To correspond with completely separate runs for
whites and Negroes. But the
Collins repeated his stand on Foreign Jurisdictions of the
segregation by declaring he favors white and Negro routes were consolidated -

ON OUR NO MONEY maintaining segregation on a law- same affiliations to exchange in 1951. Then Negroes 1
FLORENCE'' DOWN minutes with them and to
a I ful and peaceful basis. keep the Grand Lodge informed I started driving for the white passengers -

r; STOCK OF JUST TRADE-IN YOUR OLD STOVE especially in Us annual ses- and the two races reacheda > \
"middle ground" on the seating
sions as to the number of p 4'

RANGES Court RefusesTo Grand' Lodges and the various arrangements.

.. states with whom we are cor

,. Florence Gas Range CALL US BY 11 responding.I Southern Salons
Reconsider was called before the
i: Prices Start at YOU'LL BE COOKING BY' 7 Grievance Committee with a TYRONE BANKS
Use Filibuster
few minutes notice. The Committee -
James Weldon Johnson ...
State School Order informed informed thatI Junior High School

ONLY was being blamed for the On Civil Rights This young man displays
faidlure of the aforementioned outstanding performanceon
the varsity basketball
Washington The Supreme Committee on Foreign Correspondence team. He Is a member of
Buy at Duval Pay at Dival the Dramatic Club and
--- I WASHINGTON-Southern Dem-
Court Monday refused to recon- to function properly.I one of the most popular
$169951 sider its March 12 order that ocrats forced a delay in House
was charged with having fail- and well liked young men
Virgil O. Hawkins Daytona ed to publish minutes and pro- committee action on civil rights on> the westside.

Beach, Florida Negro be admittedat ceedings of the previous Grand legislation Tuesday by keeping

once to the State UniversityLaw Sessions. To support their committee members jumping ub

AND YOUR OLD STOVEU School at Gainesville. charges. my accusers presented to answer roll calls. ,
: Selection in Town!
Sam Rayburn-ruled the South-
Governor Leroy Collins of Flor- excerpts from minutes of sister

:. Completely liutalUd With We bey a carload at a time-that. is why we tare you moaey ida had asked the court for per- jurisdictions which stated that ern maneuver did not amount to
a "filibuster", but said he was
mission to appear in person along they had been unable to get

,. Two 100-Lb. with State Atty. Gen. Richard W. copies of our minutes or stalls being "liberal" in so ruling.

. <;. Erwin to argue against immediate tical data concerning our juris The House Judiciary Committee,

; ;: : Tanks Gas racial integration of State diction. The accusers stated to which was frustrated four timesin .
efforts to continue working
,. = GAS University professional s.Monday's the Committee that my super-
scheduled a session for 9:30 a. m.
brief order' means iors led them to believe that I

Collins request has been denied. was responsible for publishing Wednesday.Sen. ,
Ranges James O. Eastland broke
: Hawkins exclusion from the the minutes. I want to state .
BIG HAM into the proceedings once to get
C: law school was declared unconsti- publicly that it is not a function committee approval of several

tutional, after years of hagglingin of my committee to pub-
claim bills. Later the session -
f FREE WITH EACH p federal courts, following the lish minutes of the Grand private
interrupt ed by an actual f"f 1.
} Supreme Court ruling' in the historic Body. That responsibility falls I was :: :r.
in the Senate:
public court's doctrine of under other Grand Officers.I I a i't y.
Nl4. I The Southerners who forced the
I; gradualism, a master was appointed I'am requesting space in ; VIVIAN HUNT
'House "quorum" roll calls were
Mathew W. Gilbert
'. to take evidence on when he your paper to allow me to Senior High School
John Bell Williams William
.. should be admitted.On make a statement so that my I Reps. Hats off to this Miss whois
Jennings, Bryan Dorn James C. helping build a better
Hawkinss' further appeal, friends and associates will
; Davis and William M. Colmeri community serving as an
the high court on March 12 order- know that I am not a part of active member of Thrifty t
i There was no legislation before Saving Club. composed of
ed him admitted at once. It cited any of the purported malfunctioning teen-agers. She is an honor .
the House. Some of the roll calls student of 11-AS and a '
1> decisions to show of the Florida Masonic
'r member of Normads Club.
p<. the gradualism does not apply in Order. I feel that the articleof interrupted a speech by Rep. Carl I. She also serves as assistant -
Vinson who urged the Supreme 'F secretary of her Sun
f graduate school situations. last week left a cloud day SchoolC.'nltulati.
6 Court to see its "error" in the
r Erwin had argued that attitudesof around my name which needed
school case and reverse itself.
parents and students and the clearing up.
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating said
( "acute shortage of facilities" at all Respectfully.
; the roll calls were "just dilatory ... from
Tj Florida State Universitiese sup- F.Henry Williams
tactics by some Demorcats" op- Pepsi Cola to this.there .
;: port the need for moderation in
... .- posing civil rights bills. Merit Award
(t; solving the integration; problem witt..,.!
. : i
I'' :, r for QUICK RELIEF of listen to Pepsi I Merit
1 Aword'salutetio.. o.

: :: SHOP 'TIL Keep A Level Head : HEADACHENEURALGIA Pepsi TIME, Cola WRHC dial.TEE,Satur 1400 N. I

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' .>," .S P.M. a P"s It has been brought to our attention that soon after the j Ease Pales of Headed F r '

news of the Supreme Court's Near Neuritis with x 1 t
(;t' "$ ruling on bus segregation broke *

1 t fr. Mon.Fri.Duval in Jacksonville: a few members of our race began taking a Qakk Actbt STANBACZ. & I
somewhat 1
f : cocky attitude. T tSTANBACKh.* :
The Supreme .Court has ruled it is true; but- it b now any preparation yetrVe ;

left for the local authorities t ocarxy out the order. If they ever aced See haw r II

: fail to do so there is'an' orderly course., eta-kit relief cones..

I : Appliance Company In the meantime there is no need for us as individuals to ,.. ,
: flaunt in the ;
our victory faces of our white neighbors. We W "' Cels I

are winning our_battles and in this winning our white broth. nor r

! = Our Aim: : "To. Give You,More, lor Your Money" ers are being offered what they consider bitter pills to 4 De.ba of 1
1 ,. cwallow. So let's not rub it in. Play it cooL Let us try to Jeckseavill.aefreeb .

l :' '- 829 PEARL STREET PHONE EL f43 JI" be understanding. and fake our victories with graceful humility.

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Paje :Six THE fLORIDA'STAR Saturday, April. 28, 1956

(News Of Interest From All: Sections Of Beautiful Florida

I I>nf nam County News Candidates For May Day Queen I Turpentine Held For Murder Worker To Beach Meet School Monday P-TA P.M.The .

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If .. 808 Madiioa Street Palatka, Florida Macclenny A turpentine P-TA meeting of the Jacksonville -
worker Gene W McKinley arrested -
., Phone East 5-3825 Beach Elementary School
: in Brooks County Georgia,
will be held Monday at 8 p. m. in
Saturday night confessed Mon- the school.
*'* ,: A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK day he was responsible for the
,/ This meeting is scheduled to be
suffocation April 10 of an elderly
It"isn'f what you say it is what you do that will count on Negro woman near here. very important as business relat-
Judgment Day"Last c ing to the patrol boys and the tripto
He was ordered held on a mur-
der charge after arraignment before Washington will be discussed.A .
week Mrs. Alene Cummings report by the committee for
J. C.
} wf : County Judge Lyons.
Harris was our guest to Central McKinley a native of Dothan the recent P-TA Musical Tea will

the movies. She was accompanied Alabama has been employed in be made and a proposed plan for

by her.husband. They were very Academy 1'< Baker County only a few weeksat the organization of a Boy Scout

grateful for the invitation. / ': the time of the slaying. He group for Jacksonville Beach

t' -'i3 s 'yyyg'Y. said he did not intend to kill the. youngsters will be discussed.

HighlightsBy ,. .,"ii> '_.",:".J>.',. .,. woman and had entered the house New Venetian blinds have been
This week I am extending an /f c ;. only to search for money. installed in all classrooms by the
invitation to a young man who is : The sheriff said McKinley tied I board and parents are urged to inspect -
Warren Howell
very: low in stature. You could fY the woman's hands behind her the rooms.A .
easily call him shortie. He mar Eight members of the Purple back with wire and stuffed a record attendance is requested -
and Gold Chapter of the National cloth down her throat while he
ried a very lovely young lady a x by E. S. Bell president and
Honor Society at C. A., along with t. searched the cabin located
few months ago. They seem to be at the Richard H. Cook principal.
very happy. He drives a black Mrs. L. L. Hardy and Mr Edwin '4 x b.e Southern Resin Chemical Com-
Williams were guests at New pany plant near here.
Chevy. His family also lives here.
His wife sure was happy at a cer- Stanton High School for their in- Only $15.00 was found by Florida Teachers
duction ceremony Tuesday. April tain program a few nights ago.
Now I am sure he knows we are 17th. The body of the woman was Elect L D. LandPresident
discovered shortly after the slay-
inviting him to the movies. If he
r J a S0. ing by her husband who is par-
will contact me I will give him
tially paralyzed.An As
Nine students from the Business
two passes to the movies.t v
s autopsy said the
Education department motored to +g report rag
stuffed in her mouth the
Daytona Beach to witness the 1st was I
Annual Typing & Shorthand Con CANDIDATES Students whp are candidates for the College Park School May Day Queenare cause of death.
"Florida Star" the principal of the Campbell Street
The requests
test sponsored 'by the Business shown here. In the front row from left are: Jacqueline Peterson Renee Davis. E. Jones. Cynthia ---
of Miss Eartha Brown to High School of Daytona Beach
presence : Education department at Beth- Stockton, and Patricia Ann Brown. Back row in the same order are: Joyce Freeman. Ernestine Fren Plea To Halt
for lunch Monday in was made president of the Florida
be our guest
une-Cookman College. Representing ches. Audrey Robinson. Bevely Boston, John Alice Turner Lillian Mae Kendall and Corewe GarelL
the cafetorium of Central Acad- Teachers Association for Negroeson
C. A. in the typing contest Civil
emy. Rights Trial Saturday.
were Agnes Green and Christine
first vice dur-
Land president
Hardy. In the preliminary Agnes Mi.rislerial Union I CLINICIAN Callahan To See Denied ing the past year succeeded J. L.
Green rated 3rd while Christine By JudgeTAMPA
The funeral of Deacon Parrishwas I Gant a teacher in the Lincoln
Hardy ranked 7th. Both were eli-i
Memorial School at Pal-*
attended last Sundayat
largely gible to participate in the finals.! Meets Biblical DramaCallahan
Ml. Zion Baptist Church. Dea : SundayAlachua i Defense motions fora metto.
The entire reported having
group directed .James Gardner, Wilson Voca-
con Parrish.who was 90 years old verdict of acquittal anda
had an enjoyable and experiencing -
passed last week after a very mistrial in the civil rights case tional High School was elected

brief illness. He was a member of trip. a A Biblical drama of a former head of a state road third vice president and Mrs. Ma-

Pallbearers Lodge No. 89. Her. Ministerial -Union The will fifth be Sunday ob- I"Heaven Bound" will be presented prison camp at Largo were rejected rian Shannon Booker T. Wash-

N. A. Roberts officiated. The remains served here on Sunday at the St. -, Sunday at 7:30: p. m. in the last Wednesday. ington High School Miami, was
The Tenth Grade class held .
were laid to rest by the Luke AME Church of which the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church.In Federal Judge W. J. Barker re-elected recording secretary.Dr.
their Annual Dance the following ruled the trial of Gilbert L. Porter Tallahassee -
E.. W. Lawson and Son Funeral Rev. R. L. Shaw is pastor. Three ? charge of the production are L. P. Jones
night featuring Jerry Miller of RTh is executive
would continue. secretary.
Home. services will be observed duringthe Mrs. Nancy Whitten Mrs. Doro-
Gainesville. A great number were
day at which times the Revs.R thy Jones, Mrs. Altamese Dene- After two prisoners escaped and

r there to. witness this affair. W. Womack, C. H. Howard "" :':::: {:: field and Mrs. Ophejia Morgan. had been recaptured, Jones is ac- letter to the Cdit/"

Mrs. Inez Baker of Philadelphiais and IL L. Smith will be heard. .... "...'.:... :., .. Faculty members of the Pine cused of denying civil rights. He
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the city visiting Mrs. Susie During the afternoon servicesthe .:: .Yt': .. Forest High School and student is charged with beating Robert (Continued from Page 2))
The C. A. Glee Club sponsored : : Rougeau and in the It is workingin
Aubrey Lee Tuck pocketbook.
in addition to friends here
r body
Cannon and Mrs. Edith HilL Mrs. laymen of the North East .if ;.: ,.' .
in ... .
Baker is the niece of Mrs. Cannon chapel Wednesday of last week Annual Conference will meet. : ..... and adjacent communities have who are ex-prisoners. Montgomery. Alabama, it can
the high.school cafetorium.The :.. .: '" ... been invited. Rougeau charged former camp work here. Of course what is
of Mrs. HilL .
and the cousin ... .. ..
The Sunday School Union of : ..
Proceeds from the affair will be captain Jones flogged him with sorely needed to accomplish this

't?. t- baseball team defeated Alachua will meet with the union .. .. ':. ".-, '.., used in. behalf of the building something like a rubber hose. is what is most lacking leader-
Deacon W. G. Patterson G. W. Gainesville last Monday April officers in charge at 10 a.m. Sun- drive. When the defense started in on

Burney of Jacksonville were 16th. J. Nelson started for C. A. day.A CLINICIAN AT FAM-U-William the cross examination of Rougeauthe ship.Whether or not"it succeeds in

among several dignitaries Who with B. Williams relieving in the religious camp meeting be-. L. Dawson. well-known director government moved to strike bringing about a change to local
motored to Palatka last ;!unday to second. gan Monday night and continued of the Tuskegee Choir will Segregation Issue all his testimony. Rougeau was policies is not of prime impor- .
attend the funeral of Mrs. Janie through Sunday. appear on the-campus of FloridaA described as a law abiding citizen tance. What is, is that for the first

Jo 1es. Recent visitors on C. A. campus & M University to serve as now and the government couldn't time the Negro citizens of this

pus were A. L. Kidd, B. L. Perry, guest choral clinician at the Seventh Threatens Unity stand by and see Rougeau be ask- city will be united on a common

The baseball fans of Putnam Edwin Norwood, J. Brown Philip Annual Music Clinic that ed what crime he was serving a ground, and maybe then will they

County are rejoicing in the fact Major and Paul Bouvie all of Funds Ordered will be held on May 5. sentence for at the Largo camp stop supporting the people who

that they can go out to the Azalea FAMU were here to talk with the Says Sen. LehmanWashington Asst. U. S. District Attorney John are doing the most to deny them

Bowl and enjoy a ball game. The seniors. Also visiting was E. Gor- For Schools' Briggs said. their rights as American citizens.

team is named the Palatka Tigers.! don former C. A. student now Constable Faces The defense Attorney told the Sincerely

f serving in the Air Force. "The segrega- Judge he intended to place a psy- Bobby GlennP.
The Reverend and Mrs. c.-R. tion issue threatens national unity chiatrist who would testify that S. The opposite of passive is

Townsel and son. Ralph. of Miami Orlando Graft ChargesSanford i to a degree unprecendented in Rougeau is mentally unbalanced. active.
Orange County
were week-end guests in Palatka. PowoRa Park NewsBy School Board was authorized to this century," said Senator Her- -
The Her. Townsel delivered avery bert H. Lehman New York Dem-
inspiring sermon in the Mt. Mrs. Florence McBride_ borrow $350,000 for constructing George A. Kelsey ocrat in a recent message.He 11D
additions to two Negro schools
Calvary Baptist Church on Sun constable of the Oviedo District also said that the taboo
and for school buses
daiif Sunday School at Mt. Tamo Bap- the State pay Board new of Education. by will be tried on the charge that he against free expression of opinionon

tist Church was enjoyed by all exacted money to permit the sale segregation in the South has .

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boyd and who attended. The Superintendent Senior high schools will be add- of moonshine whiskey. forced 'among the white popula-

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boyd left the Deacon Otis McBride presided. ed to Phyllis Wheatley School in Kelsey the state charges madea tion an almost complete accept-

city recently to make their home Apopka and Charles R. Drew deal with Chester Williams, a ance of the sorry doctrine .of i

in California.Dr. Winter Garden. $105,000 will be Negro, to pay Kelsey $10 a weekto white supremacy.! -

Rev. Jack Barnes Mr. Fred: spent at Drew and $150,000'at' let Williams sell illegal whis- Lehman further stated the few J 1 i tai

.Alphonso Belton ot West Thomas Mrs. Florence McBrode Phyllis Wheatley. who have spoken out against segregation e

Virginia arrived in the city by and Mrs. Mary Williams attendedthe School buses costing $95,000 are keyCALENDAR have suffered not only

plane and spent the. week-end Grand Lodge which was recently already in use. social ostracism but have been Q.

with his parents and brother. ,C. S.and held in Jacksonville. stripped of jobs honors titles and arrjOt+
Wilbert. The borrowed money will reim- positions.The .

A brief visit was made by Dr. Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill burse the general school fund for EVENTSThe senator hit at the civil

Belton and his brother. C. S. to and friends are asked to visit her. the purchase. rights issue in accepting the 20th

Jacksonville.Dr. Money will be borrowed from Heavenly Fire Gospel Sing-i, anniversary Freedom Award of

Belton returned to Virginia local banks and paid back over a en will be heard in a recital Monday \the United Auto Workers AFL-

.}, by plane on Monday. FLORIDA STAR four-year period from school.tax night May 14th. at 8 p. m. in j CIO at Washington's Sylvan

the Friendly Baptist Church. cor Theater.
Sammie Simmons and son IN EVERYCOLORED ner 19th and Fairfax Streets. ;, He hailed the UAW's president,
Sammie Jr. now residing"in New Plans have been drawn for the Sponsors for this occasion will! Walter Reuther as an "American

York City were recent visitors in ; two additions and construction I be Mrs. Susie King. and District \ambassador to world labor at

Palatka. HOME ;i will begin early this summer. No. 8. The public is invited. large."

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The Parrish brothers left Mon-
day for New York following.funeral ; j
services of their father.I A "I

GEitFAnONY! 'fNIS uu 5 SIX
James Williams is recovering
nicely in the Flagler Hospital in tt W HY lS 14AONTHS 1r11E CERE Of Y.u i .

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Southern College Track Teams' Set :forAnnual. Relays ... wist fcribpdl wining 1


PJul-Smili _Little Rock Awl FAHU I Clowns, Back At Ball: Park Crazy 'BaseballReturns Tommy Jackson Louis Chalks Up

Favored For Tukegee Carnival \" .'.' To Jax Gelling In Line Mal Victories

Tuskegee Institute Ala. Talent f1:
laden Philander-Smith College .

,y Little Rock: and Florida A & M University Tallahassee, track \ ,.; toed Prince comedy Jo Henry riot of the the nimble-famed To Heel Rocky

learns, :are expected to ,play dominant roles in the annual relay MIAMI Joe Louis, former
Indianapolis Clowns baseball club,
carnival.at Tiukegee May 4 and,5. who sends heavyweight boxing championwho
ball-park patrons into
Pjiilander-Smith in recent years 'tt- turned wrestler scored an
t 111 111C hysterics with his madcaps around
a power in'Southern track circlesis dications' are the most brilliant : WASHINGTON When Tom-i easy victory over Bob Langavin in"
third base and at bat, has provedto
especially! strong in the relays. array of competitors will partici- ." + be one of the most surprising my (Hurricane) Jackson sentEnglp.nd's two straight falls recently in the

The two-mile and the sprint med pate in the 30th Tuskegee Relays. baseball Johnny Williams hurl feature" wrestling match at Miami
comics to in
come along ing to the floor three times in
ley teams from this Arkansas college Beach last week.
many a year. Not only is he a their Friday night April 15, tele-
equalled the Prairie View much improvement
College two-mile relay records Braves Fin HopesOn demon with the comedy antics, vision fight at Uline Arena, it put over his previous
but the lad plays a sound game of him
very recently. nearer to a shot at Rocky matches by pinning Langavin in
ball, one capable of earning hima
While Florida A& M University Marciano's title. Jackson weighed nine minutes and four minutes respectively -
ExBatBoyJuan shot at the majors. 194 .
powerful in everything athletic and Williams 19-1 : :

wise, including track, will kT Two former players of the famous The last blow to land solidlyout The many fans, throughout the

enter a formidable group of indi- Pizzaro, -Puerto Rican Clowns are with the Jack-; of the many that were effective nation are picking Lobis to reach

viduals in several of the Tuskegee ex-b4tboyr who made the 'jump sonville Braves trying to make in the fourth round was-a left the top in the wrestling field and
the clwub.
events. from batboy to 'a bonus baby in They are Johnny hook. The 29-year-old six-foot his showing in Miami on his last
Wyatt, pitcher and outfielder
Another track power, Xavier two. years ,opened the:season in former British empire heavy- appearance gave them a boost in
the South Atlantic Frank Ensley. Charles McCoy is weight champion was floored their .
University, New Orleans is expected League for the y beliefs.Jackie
with the Braves but is with of
one twice for nine counts in the third
to challenge Philander- Jacksonville Braves againit tE: ,
Smith competitionand Savannah Redlegs. the minor league teams. round from a variety of blows
in the
make a strong bid for team The 18yearold.sauthpaw and <- of Back again for another season thrown by the hard-hitting Jackson -I and Campy
I"i laugh making and baseball
a 24-year-old leather slinger
honors in the meet. former batboy for Santurce of the
thrills are "Rock and Roll" Na-
Other Puerto Rican Winter League two from New York.
competitors from more n l
I Nominated For
: ; tureboy Williams, the first base- Referee halted
than 20 colleges include sprinters seasons ago, was promoted to a Marty Gallagher
who bats
from Grambling College Texas pitcher last year and won all man barefooted. Since ;the fight when the Briton with his

Southern University, Tougaloo, three games ho pii hNt. He opened joining received the Clowns.offers from Natureboyhas three !blood-smeared face and many Player AwardsST. _

Morehouse, Clark, Alabama State the season with a perfect pitching different cuts hit the canvas for a nine
promoters to appear asa -
College, Morris Brown, Fisk University record.So .
lady wrestler, two offers to star III
Knoxville, Allen University impressed were the Milwau-' The, brand new super-duper baseball 'fun-show made famous Tommy Jackson, who is the No. LOUIS, Mo.-Jackie Robinson

,South Carolina State College, kee Braves that they forked overa by the Indianapolis Clowns, for 27-years America's,top Negro baseball with a traveling show and one 1 ranking contender by the NBA and Roy Campanella of the
offer from far off Hawaii to model
Benedict, LeMoyne Fort Valley, bonus of $35,000 to sign Pizzaro. club, will be augmented by the showing of the nation's popular skirts. At first base-he and No. 2 by Ring Magazine, yell- world champion Brooklyn Dod-

Bethune-Cookman College, A & During Spring training the young diamond clowns King Tut. Spec Beldp and Ed Hamman. when the grass plenty of laughs with his gets I ed after the fight, "Bring on gers were nominated for base-

College; Normal, Alabama. southpaw impressed the Jackson Funmakers of the diamond cross bats with Bill Walker's hustling skirt and his agility beliees grass his I Rocky Marciano, Archie Moore or ball's first "player of the decade-

:Although:the cou g splaY ,the ville authorities. Manager Ben New York Black Yankees Saturday night and Sunday afternoon tremendous size. Floyd Patterson or anyone." This award sponsored by the Sporting

major,role in the relays scores of Geraghty of the Braves was very April 28 and 29th at the new Jacksonville Ball Park beginning at 8 diamond laugh-makers, the Clo"nAside victory was the 27th and the 13th News newspaper.

high schools in Southern States anxious to see what the ex-batboy p. m. Saturday, with Sunday's game starting at 2 p. m. knockout for Jackson, losing only In winning the nomination,
from a stellar list of diamond -
send their best talent to'compete would do against Class A com- four. Robinson and Campanella joined
laugh-makers, the Clowns
in the events for prep schools in petition. have signed one of the best I Ted Williams, Stan Musial, Joe
Pizzaro made one of the most SPORTING arrays DiMaggio, Bob Feller, Robin Rob-
the relays.High schools IT I UPBY
Tuskegee of young primising talent who)
from Atlanta, Savannah and Au- impressiye debuts ever_ made on appear headed for berths in a Ray Ends Drills erts Johnny Mize, Yogi Berra
the and Hal Newhouser in the
baseball field During six race.
gusta in Georgia are normally any C. PARHAM JOHNSON season or two with the major I
leading competitors in the high innings he worked, he whiffed 14 leaeue dubs. For Bout In evaluating the worth'of each
Redlegs, and gave '3' hits.; A May contestant, the Sporting News
school section. up i HANK SAUER'S first reaction Yankee year. "Ill be surprised, For topnotch baseball plus noted that
Campanella and Robinson
Thirty-five 'high schools have very brilliant pitdiingperform- to his departure from the Chicago if any of the other clubs win, but goofy comical antics afield, don't -
broke into
organized baseball
returned entry blanks and the in- ance was displayed by Pizzaro Cubs,to the Cardinals was: "Now you will have to consider a sur- miss seeing the nationally famous GREENWOOD LAKE,-N. Y. !
who loaded the bases with walks just in time to establish them
111 have to buy my own eating prise club like the Cleveland Ind- Indianapolis Clowns versus the Middleweight Champion Sugar
for PDP honors.
and then went to strike out the
on tobacco." At' Wrigley Held he ians and the Boston Red Sox. N. Y. Black Yankees in action Ray Robinson ended his camp
was first of his race to break
i batters. Savannah
next three
All-Stars won was..showered t,with,.hi* favorite ROOKIES in the majors this here Saturday night at ,8 p. m.. i drills with six rounds of sparring through baseball's
College longstanding
the game 3-0.. but not because ofa .
tobacco everyday by fans. Sometimes year are many. The Yankees-Sie- and Sunday at 2 p. m. before leaving for California. He color-line.
sensational. pitching performance. Hank got so_much of it he bern.'Xf1be and Jerry Lumpe: defends his title in a return bout I! In records compiled over the

Join OlympicsKANSAS had to, park the bags in the ivy Indians-AverilL Rocky Colavito meet and greet some_ of the people with Carl (Bobo) Olson in Los period 1946 to 1956 Robinson and

vines on the left field walL and pitcher .Bud Daley; While and the trip wound up with Angeles, May 16. Campanella are rated fifth and

CITY Carl Cain, Grid Ace Returns RANDY TURPIN, former world Sox-Louis Auarido; Sam Espo- Spike teaching Sams and Johnsonthe The champion went two rounds sixth. However both suffer the

Bill Russell and K.C. Jones of the middleweight champion, won by a silo and pitcher Bill Fisbe'r; Red game. Both Johnson, and each with J. Williams, Lee Wil- handicap of coming up in the

College All-Stars were among a To Boxing RingSAN technical knockout over Alessan- Sox-Don Buddin Frank Malzone Sams graduated that same day liams and Abdul AIL He has majors after the period started.

dozen basketball players selectedto dro of Italy. The fight was stopped and pitcher Dave Sisler Athletics just as dumb to the fads as they boxed a total of 88 rounds since

in the sixth round because of Dave Mellon Ranee Pless and before two months
the U. S. Olympic team. were they were taught by setting up camp ago. PATRONIZEFlorida
6-3 forward from Iowa FRANCISCO Charley a severe cut over the Italian pitcher Troy Herriage; Orioles- their instructor. The champion will close his
Cain is a '
Powell, Negro star end of the San left Tile Francona and Fred This direct reminder with road work. It
Jones is a! 6-2 guard from San fighter's. eye. pitcher trip was a training camp Star
Francisco and Russell, consideredthe Francisco 49'ers returned to the This was Turpin's first fight in Besana: Senators-Dick Tettle- .of the singing event at the Armory is reported that Sugar Ray is in

best college player in the ring recently and fought to a six months. Six months ago Tur- bach Lou Berberet and pitcher I. on one occasion, when the good shape and all set for the AdvertisersNothing

country is a 6-10 center from San draw .in a 10-round heavyweightmatch. pin retired from the ring only to Hal Griggs. same three made up the audience. fight.

Francisco. return "to thewarfares with a Nn the National League side
Powell made a successful come
The Olympic games will beheld victory are: Dodgers-Charley Neal, Gino
back to the ring and got as far as
in Melbourne, Australia next No- JIMMY CARTER, the three Cimoli, Bob Wilson, Chico Fer
halfway through the first round
vember. times world lightweight championwill nandez and pitchers Don Drysdaleand
against Charlie Que of Richmond,
meet Art Aragon, the GoldenBoy.of Ken Lehman; Braves-Wes

-. .- California, when'ended he sustained thefightThe acut''eye''Whldf boxing in a 10 round non- Covington Frank Torre and finer in American taste. ..,

WATCH THIS CLOWN ruled draw. televised bout Thursday night, pitcher Red Murff; Phillies-Joe
fight was a
May '3. Aragon whipped the former Lennett and pitchers Jim Owens
As an outstanding footballer; he
85-121-56, is better known for his great'defensive -champion in'a non-title bout and Lynn Lovenguth; Giants-

on Aug. 28,, 1951. In a championship Bob Lennon and pitcher Margoni;
24;19435 work- for the 49'ers. He
,: 'bout between the two on Redlegs-Frank Robinson and .
mazed ,the West Coast in 1954 "
Nov. 14, 1951, Carter won a pitcher Scantlebury; Pirates-
when he scored 10 straight knock
8 ..6S bloody 15 round decision. Danny Kravitz and pitchers' Jack .7'"

(t SPURGEON CHANDLER, for- McMahon and Fred Waters; Card

outs.Nosnrgeryneedcd merly pitcher for the New York inals-Jack Brandt, Don Blassin-

1 2 Yankees' for 11 years, says the game and catcher Hal Smith;

mere putting on a Yankee ,uniform Cubs-Walt Moryn, Gale, Wade

99-531-14., to,reduce swellingof doesn't make a ball'player a and Solly Drmake and pitcher

63-52-11 : better one. "The uniform doesn't i Jim Brosnan.

... pailful piles!, have anything: to.do with it The:' THE TENNESSEE STATE UNI-

Soretiawe he9 qSo.tetlmes players just seem. .to bear down a' VERSITY'S women's team came
In doctor's tests amazing new
he'e dew SUinless Palo Instantly relieved little harder." through with flying colors in the

He addssuhtrects' : pfies tottsrel Gave Internal tCE' IS 'POWER WITH THE 24th running of the Prairie View /, .'
He works Jt ail _,...4_ external relief-without surgeryandl ro
CLEVELAND INDIANS The Relays, winning all the events in

ilea ppjn."c ng tutfrnfeduaewalktnoomtatlonty pitching staff is, composed; of which they took part. The young
FOR MAY 5th swelling.Promote healing.You sit.
from Tennessee State
stainless pile Early Wynn at 36: Bob Lemon is women

72-38-49; remedy.! Stainless Pazo Suppod- I 35. Bob Feller is37 and Sal Mag-' have become nationally known
tortes or Olataaent at druggists. for their ability in the relay F .
I lie,is 33. It matters not what the .

age record._says-about this pitching events.

staff. Cleveland is expectedto THE CHICAGO WHITE SOX

ROBT. MITCHUM figure in very heavily on the did not feel so good over the injury

"MAN WITH, A GUN" pennant winning side. of Larry Doby. The injurydid Y.

I I' STRAND PUS BROOKS LAWRENCE, the not come from baseball, but

JAMES DEAN RAYMOND MASSEY pitcher the Cincinnati Reds se- from a skin infection,which Doby

SUN. THRU SAT. "EAST OF EDEN"ROOSEVELT cured from the St Louis Cardinalshas suffered during his stay in _the ." .

APRIL 29 MAY 5 passed the acid test with his South Pacific during World War ; > ". ,....

new manager. Birdie Tebbetts of Ii. The infection' has faided to

14 SKYVIEW the Reds. Lawrence will be counted respond to treatment and Doby .;;. ,

on to fill many assignments will undergo further treatment.His : ;c' / '+

$u.. of.... April 29 Mar 1 Su.. T.... April 29 May 1. for this hard hitting team of Red- big bat is counted on very r.c: ..:. l

-.- Both lit RuBOTTOM "MAN FROM BITTER RIDGE" legs heavily in the pennant march. t.,..,;.
OF SAD SAM JONES whom man- ROY SIEVERS Washington
Western Drama ... with
Va. 'Johaua Jas. Cafte Wed. &. 'TIa.es. Mar 2-3 ager Stsan Hack said would,team j Senators first baseman, doesn't

and: Dana Clerk. in "SON OF SINBAD" up'with Bob",Rush,"Paul Minner wear any helmet or liner when .r'r

"TOUGHEST MAN ALIVE"_ and Warren Hacker and Russ Mayerto batting. ,Roy claims he can do
? arras OF GOLD"
Wed. t Thurs. May 2-3 form the' Big Five pitching staff better without it. -

Stewart Gra.eer"MOONFLEET" Saturday Night Mar 5 for "the Chicaga Cubs. Manager DURING THE GATE CITY

_. ", -AH Mite Hack said, all no-hit Sam has to GOLF TOURNAMENT many

sad: -BAMBOO PRISON "DUSK-TO-DAWN" do is to get the ball over the faces from out of town were in

12....FEATURES. Repeated t plate and nobody will beat? "him: evidence. J. Gardner "Nip" Sams.C. IN THE GREAT TRADITION AMERICAN WHISKEY
Fri. &,Sot
"LASTIANDIT": -May J. HBat 4.5* Mira.oa-He'eno.; .r MANAGER CAST STENGELof Parham Johnson and Leroy .

"CELL 2455 DEATH R W (Kids Free i 1m Can) the New York Yankees, is con- "Spike" Washington motored out I :
vuiceeVtkat will CUIEIT il \\lilllll. i. T. c. mini witsrcr in ruif is% hilt inmt SIIIIISSatarda7f
this. be Mother to the Grentwood golf eaurs to .
-Vat Rc
1: .- ..

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Pa9_ .Eight: THE fLORIDA STAR Saturday, April 28, 1936

.' ; Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers

Joe Hammoid Seeking Re-eleciion George Brown, Jr. Man Sentenced Warren Would Ask

Chips Off The BlocksBY -

(Continued from Page 1))
To CoUnty Commission Office Sees As Able For InterferingWith will call a special session of the

State Legislature to have the

JAY JAY Joe H. Hammond, County Commissioner of the Third Districtis Law OfficerGeorge t FiremenA legislators call for the changes in

seeking re-election to the office he now holds on the basis of the amendment This is the legal

"*- ,Along the main stem all of the boys and,gals of color are sy- his record in the coming May primaries. and constitutional way to changethe
H. J Constableof
ing: Can you beat thai S ms as tho many of them rushed out Hammond who has held the Brown 90-day sentence was imposedon amendment and the only way

early Thursday: morning and promptly tore all bumper signs which the Second District in an appeal to the white white."
office for nearly 34 years says 0 Civil Service and pensions for to Negro and white citizensto Herman Askew, 26, Mondayfor keep race

may hare indicated that. they were for the one time governor who I he has given and will ,continue employees. the alleged knocking down ofa He warned of the danger ofinterracial

,is.a candidate: /off their can at once Likewise the boys in business, to give full time to the public office e, Relentless campaign for the re-elect him to the office whichhe fireman and almost Inciting a marriages and said

rushed 10 their shops and took all of Tm a puller"'for you-no-who, pointing to the fact that he prevention of tuberculosisand now holds pledged that he riot at a grass fire at 25th and 5,000 such marriages have -occurred -
will the citizens another four
.signs out at once. The candidate left no doubt in our minds u to has maintained the best recordof of tubercular give Wilson Streets on Saturday. in Chicago alone "and if integration
treatment years of fair and efficient law enforcement -
how he felt about us. attendance at Board meetings.The citizens. i ie' According to Sgt Lanier, the prevails mixed marriageswill

On the political front every black brown and beige lass or lassie veteran ,County Commissioner 'The new Court House now i i Brown's ability has been proven fire company from station 9 was spread."

stated that he has called to the fire and fire- .
should redouble his or her efforts this week to remind all that we always under'construction.. and during his term in office he grass

Have one more week to get out the vote. Let's "make Jax a better voted against extending the midnight Laws to keep the highways has done,a magnificient job, ren- men were laying out hose to begin Wife Uses Brick
closing hours for the sale their work when Askew was said
Jax by voting for Jack." I{we fail to elect Jackson in the second clean.Citizens. dering service to law abiding citizens -
of intoxicating liquor in the to have told the fireman they
district we may as well kiss our political future goodbye. The cold fairlyl, without regard for '
-- ty areas and adds that he will were not going to get the fire out To Subdue Hale
hard facts are as follows: We have a plurality of nearly five thou- race, cojor or creed.
continue to vote in the if they continued the they
same man- Urging way
sand colored votes in the district. There are two white condidates. Has cooperated with all law were doing. The Negro was told

If we cannot elect a colored candidate with these kind of odds" we enforcement agencies and the
ain't nuttin." United Vote For to stand back and stop botheringthe John Wyman 56, of 1327 Van
courts to help curb lawlessness,
fireman. Askew is alleged to Buren Street, can testify that

With the opening of the new Burger King Drive-In and Walk-In: juvenile delinquency and the have swung at"a fireman knock- bricks may be used effectivelyfor

in the 800'block: of Ashley Street, the appearance of the whole street I 4 % Ernest Jackson wide open moonshine operationthat ing the man down and jumped on more things than building a

has changed. The clearing off of the area around the building also J existed in the west side priorto him. house. Witnesses Freddie Pino,

had a'lots to do with the improved appearance of the block. Many nf A citizens group campaigningon his tenure in office. Juvenile 1327 Van Buren Street; Lula Mae
behalf of Ernest D. Jackson
official will
Court and records
skeptics are saying, "Why Ashley Street for such a nice looking Green 1327 Van Buren Street and
who is election to the of-
seeking his claims. See
place?" Well for those few we have this to say. Every blame timea substantiate Tampans Wyman's wife, Susie, told police
fice of Justice of the Peace of the Brown has demonstrated that
nite spot or eatery opens ,up we can find something wrong with that John Wyman came home and
Second District issued an an- he is familiar with the
the place. "It's on Ashley Street". We go visiting in Diddynaw %I nouncement appealing to resi- problemsof that leadto No Early End asked his wife for some money.

Diddy or some other place and take pleasure in strolling down streets juvenile delinquency Seeing that he had been drinkingshe
dents of the to vote for the
crime and has taken active
that make Ashley look like Sunday School Avenue. We go in dives j an Of refused to give him the
Negro lawyer in the coming May in and Segregation
part youth programs recreational -
and joints that don't halfway measure up to anything we have here money.It .

When we return, we sing the praises of Diddywaw Diddy and wonder primary election. projects designed to was further stated that he
In voters of the Second mold the character of
-,. why we can't have clubs here. Let's: stop kicking and support urging our youth. Tallahassee Florida NAACP went to his automobile and got a
District to vote for Jackson the He is one of the finest law en- leaders
something. said at Tampa "we do not crow bar and returned to the
.. groups points out that the Justiceof forcements that Jacksonville has
anticipate any immediate or revo- house. lIe was met on the front
Sunday afternoon Hattie Henderson Devoux and her hubby Peace plays a very importantpart ever had, not onlyl as constablebut "
result of
lutionary changes. as a porch by his wife who he alleged-
Alfred were feted at a wedding reception held in the Richmond In stabilizing the families also a Justice of the Peaceof
the Supreme Court's decision ban ed attempted to strike with the
Hotel Dining Room. Friends of the bride and groom were in attend composing our communities by the Ninth District
ning segregation on crow bar. Police reports state that
ance. Many beautiful.and useful gifts were received by the couple. -. keeping the peace and curtailing travel.
she struck him over the left
We take pleasure in wishing them smooth and long sailing on the crime.: Because of these duties and Choir eye
St. Joseph W. A. Fordham state NAACP
JOE H. HAMMOND with a brick, causing a lacerationof
sea of matrimony. responsibilities imposed upon the president, and Francisco Rodri-
To Present Tea left forehead. He was takento
ner if he is reelected to the office. Justice of Peace court, it is impor-
Billy Ball son of Dr..W. F. Ball onetime Jax minister and now quez, legal counsel for the state Duval Medical Center.
During the period that "Uncle tant that such an office should be
a leading candidate for the Bisphoric is in town for a'brief session. I Choir Two of St. Joseph Meth- organization said in a joint statement Sgts. G. W. Duggan, W. C. Bar
... Xje", as he is known to thousands handled with a careful hand.
Billy didn't take long to find the'town's top damsels. His companyfor "The decision merely established ber and F. A. Gruber investigated.
odist Church will present annual
has served in office he was directly "A hand trained in the basic:
the last day or so has been none other than the charming Miss Spring Tea on Sunday at a principal which gives us
or indirectly responsible for customs and the rights and priv-
in the field of
a new
Laura W"tUof Fuller products. perspective
the enactment of laws or initia- ileges of the people, a hand whose .the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. human relations." Jaxon Weilding

There will be band music aplenty in store for Jacksonville this tion of projects that have broughtthe vision and understanding of the James 729!, Philiph Street from 4 "Segregation as a matter of

week-end. The annual state band festival for North Florida will be. following improvements to community make up is sufficientto to 6 p.m. practice is still with us, but as Gun Gets KilledMoses

held here. Bands from the Northern and Western portions of the, Duval County: deal with every case so as to A program will be presented a legal principle it is a relic of the

state meet in Jacksonville and bands from the Southt converge. "on The adoption of voting ma- tiring about the greatest degreeof .with talented artists of -the city past"

Miami. chines. equal justice, stability, protection appearing. Pressley, 23, of 2518 Mon-

The Naval Air Station. and development in the com- Invitations have been extended crief Road is reported dead, the

The little dancing darlings of Priscilla Jones and Ernestine Cox The Jacksonville choirs and clubs to attend.
munity. 16 Persons Hurl vcitim: of gunshot wounds from a

will appear on stage at the Strand Theatre tonight in their annual including the new bridges. Jackson is described as one Mrs. Eliza Jomes is president 12 guage Remington pump gun.

recital In previous appearances several members of the'troupe have The New Beach Boulevard. trained and best suited to render Richard Barney 42, was arrest-

,exhibited considerable talent. Hats off to the tutors. By the way e The best canning plant in the this type service to. the commun- PATRONIZE In Truck WreckHAINES ed at 2316 Moncrief Road.It .

Mrs. Cox is old older Jaxons will remember her
an trouper. Many South. in which live.
ity we was stated that when victim
as a member of the famous "Naggy and Saggy" dance duo. Florida Star
Restocking of rivers with game The groups slogan is: "A vote CITY Two trucks was picked up in the churchyard
Mae Frazier Green and son Victor are back in the home town fish for is vote for AdvertisersWaMe
sportsmen. for Jackson a race collided and burned on U. S. parking lot at 15th Street and
to while. Mae tells all she will be here indefinitely. We .
. spend a S The finest system of County
1ogress"While Highway 17-92 near here Tuesday Moncrief Road he held a .32 cali-
are always glad to welcome beauty back to the old stamping grounds.We .
Highways in the Southeast
night, injuring 16 Negro fruit ber Smith and Wesson revolver in
hear tell that Miller High Life one of the two remaining Hal!
pickers. his hand.
brands who do not hare colored driver-salesmen is dickering for a Man Held ,
The highway patrol said a trac- Witnesses, Mrs. Mamie Anderson -
fellow of color..-Jn the beer department J. D."Mr. Goodwill" Brooks
WOBSPROGRAM WOMAN Wanted for general tor-trailer loaded with fruit and 2333 Moncrief Road; Ruby
The Schaefer representative and Myra Jean William have
personable In Slaying Of housework and help in caringfor driven by Vernon Mitchell, 31, of Wallace, 2345 Moncrief Road;
been promoting Schaefer all around town in the various super
SCHEDULE children. Local referencesand Dundee, swerved to avoid hittinga Alexander Hart, 2512 Moncrief

markets. Preacher health card. 5 days wk. dog. An oncoming truck loaded Road; Herman Williams 1428
The Duval Salesmen and Merchants Association will hold -
County I:" lip On $20 and car fare. Call Mrs. Sil- with the pickers swerved too, and Francis Street and Pearl Zachery,
its first open house at the Lincoln Goll'and Country Club Sunday C40 (43 Capsule News Weather
Boulevard. crashed into the fruit 2353 Moncrief Road, stated that
SU 711 Heave*** Road (Melvin verberg 3768 Beach transportThe
afternoon from three until eight Door prizes will be awarded.
p. :13.rc.J.. HUNTSVILLE. Ala. Dock EX 8.6994.COMBINATION. driver of the second truck, the victim (Pressley) was display-
This of all of the Negro salesmen in the 70 New *: Weather
|j.s composed
organization, 743 <:M The K14 (Bob Hudson) Hill 22, of New Hope Ala, has Samuel Green 45, of Plant City, ing a pistol and threatening them-
area. 'These folk will have on display the products they handle. (:*e S3 Capsule New Weather
S3 040 The Kid Bob Hudson) been charged with second-degree COOK AND said the truck'ssteering mechan- with the weapon. Richard Barney

Note to the fellows, the purveyors of hard drinks warn that they will 040 93 Capsule News a Weather murder in the fatal stoning of a MAID Permanent. No chil ism failed. went to his house and.got his shot
but will have plenty of trinklets for the ladies. I.43 I**.* Joiapia with Johnny
give away Johnny Shaw) Negro preacher. Four others are drew Good pay. References and Both trucks exploded and burn- gun and fired one time at the vic-
Meet us at the Country Club come Sunday afternoon. J. D. Brooksis 1040 143 Capsule New Weather:
104J 1140 Gospel Train Number. One being held as material witnesses.L. health card. Call EV'9.6020. ed, snarling traffic in each direc- tim.

president of the group and Ethel Spears, secretary. (Melvin Grace) C. Baldwin about 70. an tion. No charges were filed. Pressley was taken to Duval
in from New Berlin, without it. He 11:11 113 Capsule New a: Weather
George Christopher came 113 -'1240 Gospel Train Number One itinerant preacher, was injured TWO COOKS First class din The injured victims were treated Medical Center. He died shortly
became carried when he started talking politics that he (Melvin Grace)
so away _
12M 12:1*Local New (Joyce fatally Sunday when he was ner cooks. 6 days a week. Sal- at a Haines City clinic. after his arrival.

forgot the haircutWANTEDOne Joyner) struck on the head with a rock arranged. Mr. Lassard. Ph.
who. evaluate the critera our white 12:1512:3Maa on Street (Shaw *: ary
: person Hudson) hurled from an automobile in EL 48561. Extension 64,
friends use in deciding who our leaders are and what they think is 1230 12:43 Job Hart (Joyce Joyner)
12:43.1:55 A Woman' World (Joyce which five white men were riding.
a Negro politician. It is shocking to see how many supposedly intelligent Jojrner) Solicitor Glenn S. Kanning said SETTLED WOMAN To cook.
l-M 13 Capsule New a: Weather
office seekers are being bilked .and milked by "phonies.
13-24 Gospel Train Number an investigation has ruled out Live in. Thursdays and every
This all goes to prove as Simple of Langston Hughes' famous satire Two (Melvin Grace)
211.213 Capsule New *: Weather "race hatred" in the killing. other Sunday off. Orange Park.
says, "white folks ain't so smart after all". 23 Jt Gospel Train Number Negro JOHNNY SHAW
"They didn't even know the Fla. on Holley Point Road. $25
ABONUT TOWN Johnny Stewart is taking King Cole's advice Two (Melvin Grace)
: 340 33 capsule News *: Weather ," said Kanning. "They also weekly. Call CO -4-5772. Mrs.
and "going; steady" now. He and Miss Jordan seem to have taken 33 440 .J..... with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) threw beer cans at two Negro Archibold.
out a lease .. Morris Fisher sends word he has taken in his 440 448 Capsule News *: Weather threw
and earlier they
shingle and is out of the races Seems u tho the bangtails and the 4t1SII Jumptn with Johnny children '
(Johnny Skew) beer cans at a group of white per- WOMAN To iron and dean. AND
bangwearers have run poor Fisher to the showers. I 540 33 CapouU New *: Weather "
5X3.6W Jumptn with Johnny sons in another automobile. Monday and Friday. Call Mrs.
Robert Brymer and Walteena Haywood are appearing on the (Johnny Shaw)
i held material Road. Ph.
Those being as Lariiz 563 Bay Ridge
when (40 (43 Cancul News *: Weather
Lucile Glymp
and Can hardly recognize
.scene more more. i The KM Bob Hudson 26
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she passes with her new hair style. Glymp is"letting her hair grow SATURDAY
31 William
(40 Stem OnCe Charles Connally, ;
out so that she can prove to the boys "she can be a blow hair chickif .*3 Capsxdo. News Weather: 22 and Walter Thompson PIG'S FEET
Heaven's lead MNvlaOnce Walling ,
she wants to." Barbara "Miss Babs" Robinson and Mildred 43 740 (
) 20. All live at New Hope, Ala. Routs For Rent
Hampton were among the folk who passed thru the Vocational I** 743 Capsule New *: Weather7X3
S40 The Lid (Bob HudJOU)
School open-house Wednesday night 851- t18 Capsule Now Weather
who wuzn't dere" attended the Policeman S43 f-40-The lid (Bob Hudson) NEGRO METHODISTSNOT
but the
Everyone 143 Capsule New Weather '
Ball at the Two Spot Monday nite. The crowd was one of the las 1(40 Jumptn with Johnny, FOR FOR SALEGrocery
(Johnny Shaw) delegatesto
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largest in Two Spot history. Glad to see how the folk supportedthe 1151IIA7 Capsule New *: Weather
143 llt Gospel Train Number On the general conference of the andConfectionery

boys.Walter Lundy out Starr Street way is looking for the sneak 1151.1153 Capsule(Melvin News Grace)*: Weather Methodist Church in Minneapolisare 9:00 10:00 A. M.
Train,Number One to
1143 124 Gospel frowned on go-slow plans .
thief who "snuck in" and stole his jewelry and his loot Lundy and (Melvin Grace) -
1240 X2O5 Local New (Joyce end segregation in the church. 828 West Adams StreetWill
the family were all asleep when the varmint struck. suspectsit
Joyner) proposals to study the 3:00 6:00 P. M.
On Street (Shaw *: They say
planned job.
was a 12:13.1251HTt....) issue over the next four
We see Frankye J. Garnett tommy Curry's old spot at the 1230 -12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner)
be- 12:43 1 Ie A Woman's World (Joyce years do not go far enough and
take time out
near 3rd. had to
cleaners on Davis Street Tommy Joynor) lake care of your childrenfor

cause of illness. Wish her a speedy return to work George Washington 10 143 Capsule Now *: Weather are too slow.INCOME. Monday Thru Saturday
143 24 Ooopel Train Number $3J)0 a week. Meals and
popular fixture around 8th and Davis was slightly shakenup Two (Melvin Grace)

when the train bumped Other than a scare George is in fine X4t 243 Capsule Now *: Weather
243 34 Jumpin wtth Johnny TAX RETURNS nap included. All modern con-
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pe. 340 343 Capsule News de: Weather Short Form 52.00
343 44 Jumpin with Johnny veniences.- 1449 Milnor Street. OYER-
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