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I Don't Miss These Features: "Your Weekly Horoscope" Politics As Usual" J




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Sag'A m iJw Jackson Is First NegroNominated I Candidate Says Check


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Ernest D. Jackson Sr., prominent young Jacksonville attorneywas aftermath of last Tuesday's elections'which' brought many

%t fs ? ______________ nominated Justice of the Peace of the Second District in the surprises and upsets following a stormy.campaign is the report that

: primary election held last Tuesday marking the first time in more Don Wells defeated candidate for Constable of the Second District.

than 40 years that a Negro candidate has been voted into office here. ,. has filed a affidavit charging that a check which Porcher L. Taylor.

,,,- '. 1 ...r tiM Jackson polled a total of 7,6951 ''I.publisher of the Florida Tattler deposited to his firm's bank accountis

> ;Th 'x ., 4Z.ili?,, '< ,f.'!f*;,, against two other candidates-the a forgery. -
incumbent Miss Sarah Bryan who Taylor who was a supporter ofFuller

J. D. Brooks right representative for the Schaefer Brewing Company won 6,056 votes and Steve Lyn- Edward Waters Warren, the fourth place

saleman for the local distributor. to tell two charming ladies about the virtues cker a labor paper publisher who runner on an anti-Negro platform,

gained a bare 947.....votes... I was notified Jhis ,week; .by theFlorida
.,' __ ,' > i. a.atjfiHf: ',.igrmAj>, ftf ?-***** :. -= H'L. : "
nets_rePresent d1rrNtgrd"W: me"'an< "promo Jlon people. Jacksonville saw TbV majority' roteVfier"won President Weds National Bank that can

: and'services ranging from automobiles to insurance policies. A picture line-up means he will not have ip enter a O. ;:1..y'.. ..J. didate Don Wells one of the pro-
published next week. second primary ,on\May 29. However prietors of the Diamond Printing '

it is possible" that he may -MIAMIIt Company had filed an affidavit

,hare an opponent in the general \: has been reported to the :charging that the signature on a

Police AlertedOn Federal Court elections in November in the fV'E E STAR that William B. Stewart i check which Taylor presented for
popular president of Edward Waters
event an independent candidate :collection had been forged.

Asked To Rule On seeks to win the office. E College and the former Sara I, In an interview with the editor,

I Jackson's victory speech, was Scott Martin were married Monday Taylor stated that he had: witnesses -

Teenagers Riot PlanDAYTONA marked with humility as he May 7th in Miami. who would testify to the fact
Segregation The held at the
I thanked his campaign manager, ceremony was that Wells gave him the check in
home of a relative of the '
.Lucas-and as he put it-"the groom 'their presence. He said the check
t and attendance restricted
Daytona police; said they had information that MONTGOMERY. Ala.-A suit little people and the big peoplefor was to was given to him'at the Jackson-
relatives and few friends of the
students from DeLand Seabreeze and Mainland High Schools were challenging constitutionality of helping us in this effort." a ville Ball Park during a recent
couple. This is the second marri-
scheduled to meet here Friday to plan a Montgomery city and Alabama He said "this victory is just a political rally.
for both
age parties.
Police Chief H. Roy Allen said state segregation laws will be step for the race that indicates -- --- Taylor who staged at least two
riot.Chief ERNEST D. JACKSON. SR. The bride is an instructor of
his office has received: informa-I heard by a three judge panel in growing unity among our people. political rallies denied that the
tion the students plan to meet at FBI ills Federal Court Friday. Jackson said the determinationof proved that the good citizens of Language Washington Arts High School.at Booker- T. check was in payment for the

Stansfield's Drive-in Restaurant Ion The complaint bearing the the people was seen when people Jacksonville white and colored privilege of speaking at the rally.
The will be at home in
Broadway. Race HotheadsWASHINGTON names of six Negro citizens and turned out in the rain and want to live in harmony and are couple He said Wells had asked him how
Jacksonville after June 151956.
The Chief said plans called for filed as an outgrowth of the mass stood in line to vote by candlelight willing to elect candidates on the much he was expected to pay for

the youths to go from here to New boycott now in its sixth month basis of their ability rather than the privilege of speaking where-

Smyrna Beach for their feud. J. Edgar seeks a declaratory judgement He added that his election by their color. Negro Patrons upon Taylor said he told the

They will be armed with knives Hoover last Thursday marked his holding the anti-racemixing laws candidate that there would be no

blackjacks, guns dynamite and 32nd anniversary as director of invalid and an injunction to stop charge. The publisher said Wells
Named To
nitro-glycerine, Allen said. the Federal Bureau of Investigation the.city and'state from enforcing Balloting Is ExpectedTo Group insisted on making a contributionto
them. help to defray the cost of the
details with a strong plea for solution -
He said police were
of civil rights problems The Montgomery City Lines has To Study Schools park rental and the barbeque and .
being set up to take care of any
"without recourse to violence." already abandoned segregationand gave him a check for $25.
that arise. All _
situations might For
Last Many DaysBY
its drivers have been orderedto
Election laws stipulate that
police have been alerted to be on Conducting Schools A Citizens Advisory Committeeset
refrain from separating white
the lookout for trouble. Hoover pointed out that the up to help solve Duval Coun- payments made for any services
FBI is conducting a series of and Negro passengers. ty's public school problems will connected with a candidate's cam-
There have been no reports of
paign for public office should be
"civil rights schools" in Southern CORRESPONDENT
STAFF meet in-its first session at 8 p. m.
tales, at which local police offi- actual integration because most to eight bishop's paid out of a campaign treasuryset
MIAMI The stormy battle for appointments Tuesday May 22 in the school
still the
While Mechanic cials receive. .. instructions. on federal bus Negroes line in are protest boycotting against threatsof posts began last Thursday morning following a series of caucuses, administration building.The The up check at a bank.which Taylor claims
civil ngnix laws ana now deals and undercover maneuvering by factions at the General Con- names of 26 committee
they operate. The schools eventually arrest from pro-segregation city ference of the African Methodist Episcopal Church meeting here. members who have accepted ap- was given to him by Wells was
CoworkerBecause commissioners. Those who have made out on the account of Dia-
will be established on a continued to patronize the buses The ,first big surprise of the pointments so far were announ- mond .
Printing Company.The
nation-wide basis. conference came a week ago Friday lution calling for the support of ced at last Thursday's meeting of '
have to the rear where they
kept matter is still pending but
He noted that in the there schools'to come
past when delegates voted unani- the institution's the Board of Public Instruction.
of the abusive lan always sat.Nan meantime Taylor has stated that
has been Southern Central Church Treasury -
some opposi- mously on a resolution calling for from the Each board member had the
guage he allegedly used on his tion to FBI investigation of civil the rotation of bishopsInside .The plan eliminated the pre- privilege .of submitting not less he is contemplating bringing suit
John Woodberry 31, of 208 against Wells for a large sum to
rights cases. sources reveal that a vious method whereby the various than five and not more than 10
North Street suffered a blow on Hoover said: "It is being explained -I Sets Fire number of Florida delegates who churches contributed to the names for the committee. Indica- cover damages for embarrassmentand '
the head with fender hammer. loss of prestige he will have
a that the FBI didn't write school's .
had become dissatisfied with the upkeep.A tions are that more members will
Police reports show that the the civil rights laws or the school To Wife's ,Home Bishop C.A. Gibbs rule in Florida budget of $315,000 was voted be named.At claim.suffered as a result of Wells'

blow was delivered by Charlie integration decision and that it supported the resolution as a for the upkeep of the schools least two members of the

Andrews white a co-worker of is our job to enforce the law of means of moving him out of the which includes Edward Waters group are colored patrons HarryC.
Woodberry in the auto repair shop the land impartially."If A 41-year-old man Willie Mack 11th Episcopal DistricLThe in Jacksonville. Littlejohn and Raiford A.
where both men were employed. we ever started selecting the Kelly set fire to a residence in same informed sources said College Brown, Sr.Others Jax Woman Cuts
Thirteen leaders in a statement
which his wife living
Andrews said Woodberry cursed laws we wanted to enforce and estranged was that Bishop Gibbs has incurred who accepted appoint-

him and called him a degradingname. those we did not want to enforce early Sunday. disfavor for what they describe as of policy for the African Metho- meat were listed as: Sell With Knife
Andrews said that when he we would become a Gestapo. As 1 I Charges of arson and attempted his efforts to block the appoint- Episcopal IL Terry Parker Mrs. WinstonF.
murder filed at the day urged their ministers "to actively -
told Woodberry to shut up the have said before the FBI must were county ment of Rev. William A. Ball of Owen John E. Roquemore _
colored worker picked up a bottleto never become a national police jail against him. He is being held Miami whose naming to a bishop's seek to integrate non-Negro" Joseph B. Hyde Mrs. B. H. A Jacksonville woman, Zeeda
in lieu of $1000 bond. persons into their churches.
hit him.Andrews. force." post has been long,overdue. Koosed. Charles D.Wynne Davisson Thorton. 38, of 3671 Oak Street
claims that he struck Says Response "Amazing"The Evidence at the scene includedKelly's Observers say that' Gibbs who The statement was signed by 13 F. Dunlap. was treated this week for self-in
Woodberry in selfdefense.The FBI director said the re- wrist watch and 5-gallon was recently appointed Treasurerof active Bishops and a retired one. Sam Green M. H. Whitelaw flicted knife wounds in what is

victim was treated in Duval sponse of Southern police offi- can of .gasoline used to ignite the the Masonic Grand Union of "Though founded by persons of Caldwell Haynes Jr., J. L. Kipnis, believed to have been an attemptto

Medical Center but told officershe cials 'to thorough indoctrinationon fire.Neighbors Florida appears ,to be swinginghis African descent in a protest against :- Mrs. W. Gordon Lee, Mrs.. Aaronz. take her own life.

did not wish to prosecute his civil rights laws has been managed to extin- support toward a favorite of race prejudice in the Church of Oberdorfer Thomas J. Davis, It was reported that the victimwas

attacker. "amazing. guish the blaze'before anyone was Grand Master C. H. Henry in pay- God it has never refused personsin the Rev. Dr. Homer G. Lindsay under the influence of alcohol

.:.- This he declared reinforced his injured. ment for his (GibbS') appointmentin either its membership or min Mrs. Eileen R.Travis. when she inflicted the wounds on

belief that "if everyone proceedsin Masonic officialdom.The istry because of race or color" Cecil Wright Pemberton Mrs. ,herself.

,DON'T MISS this matter with modernation YourEditorial balloting was expected to the Bishops' statement said. Joseph B. Moore Mrs. W. C. Pate, I Beauford Thorton. the woman's

"JACKSON'S ELECTION'AN '. and without recourse to violence Page last through Saturday or possibly- "Today we reaffirm this posi- Thomas H. Jefferies, Crawford '(husband told investigating offi-

the civil rights problem can be Monday. tion and call upon our ministry to Solomon. M. E. Sweet Leon E. 'I cers, Sgts. J. H. Miller and O. A.
EDITORIAL Speaks for.Progress
solved. Other business accomplished by i actively seek to integrate non- Forbes and Mrs. Ted J..Huffing- Johnson that his wife is a habit-

O'pAGE 2 (Continued on Page 8)) Read Page .2 the body was the passing.of a so- Negro persons in the church." ham. .ual drinker. .


Pet Tw. t .. ...."... fHI FLORIDA STAR Saturdo,. May 12, 1956

} .:' .', > !;. ; t"J' 1 is the day, and not the 22nd, to

; THE FLORIDA STARNEWS A suit sOLua xl *(OIK* OF VOCSBlRlKCUKP take full advantage of an unex- First! Registrar
.' .... --'. ,<.,. ....: M 1>C WSSSSlPfl lEGtiUlUCE TW HiOBJBCTEP pected chance to gain.
c tiY TO ABU KQU8M3: WETEAOWG I 36033.1474135PISCES .
i"::" e 1.u.w by TIle Florid Shir P.HUU at c.. '- .. 4 } M SCHOOLS
VOTE.finances. .
...... CampaignCorpsGOP
% MeUi. .
Address: .. 1 t.a ""(:- ,
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P. 0. B x 561, Jcckmrffb 1,. FtoiU -... (.,. ., ;": .
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Br..d'Stnet i : 'f. ,, CHICAGO
:... -' ...: ..,. You are likely to lean more Louis H. Toomer,
.. '!" .
ERIC'0.. SIMPSON ........_.. ... MwaglM Editor .- ""- -.. .. -" .. ,...=:.'c'-'is. .. ':, fi' \: ....' heavily on your mate and other 52 first Negro registrar of the-

C. ,.....'Jebas.a .................,.........__.....?_::... ...__... Ntw Staff .- '",'. "-'!". '. ; ..< ;" .,.. I collaborators right now, especially United States Treasury in 40
r 244i-ti:r-...>\ ,f t if your tasks are too burdensome, years, has resigned to campaignfor

Member of Associated Negro Press ::i'i,. _"'........ ', 1'r or your vitality at a low ebb. It the Republican Party.
"'r:" ..-k.' r seems essential for you to get Toomer said in a letter to President -
0. Year, $S.oo; Half Yew. $3.00; n... Maths. $1JO> y t professional advice in cases where Eisenhower that he had been
Mail** T. Y.., AaywlMi I. H* Uatod Stores. you have good reason to suspect elected a GOP convention dele-
SaUcritioaa ,. .... !. AJrcx Scud Checks ., Mecey Orden.. Te: i that something is not as it should. gate from Georgia's first Congres
=. be. The 19th is a good day to sional District.

STAR STANDS FOR t strengthen your economic ties as. Toomer said he planned to "ac
1. Negro Flremea. / j' } well as your heartfelt ones, and to:. tively participate this fall in crucial

;2.;More Negro Police Officers. tj take a realistic view as to what areas in an effort to elect a

3.. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. .... r y the future has to offer you. Your GOP President and Congress."

... More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of theBuilding I prospects for security are good as

Program.JACKSON'S C long as you maintain your economic FLORIDA STARIN
ties on a sound basis ((21st).

Dark prospects on the 22nd should EVERY
>j, 1 ttl ,
ttib t turn to a great.joy on the 23rd.
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By now it U known that Ernest D. Jackson. Sr.,prominent .

local Negro attorney has been elected to the office of Justiceof L r ;

the Peace of the Second District. It marks the first timea iI

Negro citizen has been elected to a public office in more .

than forty Tears.Jackson's i j ; 2

victory is of great significance. His election to

an office in a predominantly Negro district where other Negroes ;' e Y'THEY

have failed to win enough support to gain the election ",......j'rIV\t--: : __(-__, .:-.;-_ ..--..... -._' -- r' J'' '


the first place it proves what great things the Negro HAIR STRAfOHTENiR

people can accomplish through unity. for It was a united Negro A certain amount of individual endilACKRWSI

vote that carried Jackson to victory.In initiative will enable you

the second place it proves that the Negro people will Your Weekly. to make progress in so far as this l .

rally behind young men of ability and integrity. that the does not conflict with official regulations Cato AT All MU fTORI

people are willing to support Negro men of good character GuideWHICH and your economic sta *.* ky efl few barber shop
who are taking on leadership in the community with honestyand Horoscope bility. These are days when you
dignity.In should defer to the wishes of your
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR friends and cherished ones when AfK IOR It 0Y NIIMi. tODAYti
the third place it proves that the Negro press which there is no doubt that they have
conscientiously kes to render a service in the community BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL only your welfare in mind.

is in a position to do a truly great job for the progress By PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES 163907759015SCORPIO Ii
and advancement of our people and the! entire community. ,

Jackson had the.aid and assistance of our young progressive -
business and addition ordi- yet in connection with financial i
professional men in to many Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 222 I
nary working people with racial pride anxious to work for Born March 21 thru April 19 I.problems as there are additional
with the fact that Mer-
the advancement of their posterity .' and at the helm of Allow no one to make you dis- indications of attempts made to Along

the campaign was Elcee R. Lucas working vigorously to put contented'with your present em- i make you invest, lend, or other- cury .is now going retrograde, : Article in Reader's Digest Reveals
other powerful planetary aspects
over probably the biggest and most significant project he has ployment or professional connec- wise commit yourself in ways that I
make it unwise and force
ever tackled. Giving support to the task was the Negro press tions with the object if inducingyou are more likely to invite losses to try
which informed the people that with united effort we could to take a fling in some adven- than gains. A trustworthy friend issues, to make others conform to Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs

elect a man in the second district. ture or enterprise that could be- may help you to solve an emotional your will, or to antagonize the

come quite costly, emotionally as as well as pecuniary prob- people who are influential enoughto
This publication played only a very small part in help- well as financially.' Let the 21st- lem. Domesticity will make its bring about results opposite to So Often a Needless Misery!
ing to rally our people to the of ,Jackson. But the those for. Friendsare
support will you are striving
22nd by without making firm demands on you, and it be .
little that done the done the go Do you suffer terrible nervous tension stopped or strikingly relieved
by Negro
was by was essential in business well
press press. commitments as the need of fur- easier to give in than to adopt an as -feel Jittery. Irritable depressed ...pain and discomfort I 13 out of 4
There was not a word from the white press urging the sup- ther research and reflection is unreasonable attitude. Choose the as in business circles, so exert -Just before your period women got glorious relief I
of Jackson and could it,. which each month? A startling article in Taken regularly. Pinkham's relieves
port we hardly expect only 23rd 23rd rather than the 22nd to yourself so as not to eliminate
powerfully indicated. The sgekyour READER'S DIGEST reveals such the headaches cramps nervous
proves the need for the Negro press. anyone. The intervention of per'sons tension and
seems to be the day when you can heart's desire. pre-menstrual torment Is needless- during be/ore
Jackson's election marks the dawn of a new day for the bring things to a'conclusion with 511301263762LEO on your side will be more misery in have yThousands cases already! discov- your suffer-period.even on Many the first women day never Why

colored people of Duval County. It is the beginning the profit to yourself and others. effective while you remain in the ered how to avoid such suffering. should you?This month,start tak.
background and indulge in relax- With Lydia Pinkham's Compoundand ing Pinkham's. See if you don't
'end that old-line so-called It 40
of 15 74-324
2 66
do-nothing Negro leadership. Tablets they're so much happier escape pre-menstrual tension..so
signals the cracking up of thai group composed of old heads Born July 21 thru Aug. 23 ing pastimes. You could attract less tense as those -difficult often the cause of_unhappiness
and stuffed shirts who have been known either to be TAURUS strife and misunderstandings. days approachl E.Lydia
With Mercury now fully em- Pinkham's I...ct.u-tnr...a.asis, Pl kiia '.rueg e:
to sell us out for a wad of cash lead us the wrong way because Born April 20 thru May 20 barked on its retrograde course 680771272343SAGITTARIUS: has a remarkable frcte!,3 Ml.14! VMM.f*l table Compound..
some white patron wants it that way. or refuse to support No matter how tempting the month it wouldbe soothing effect on rEd!MTTM* .trt M,paw! or convenient new
until next
early the source of such W..i.rI.1 relief Jui.a ..Jlebre Tablets which have
young progressive men because of petty Jealousy or fear of bait, refrain from putting Up your particularly unwise to start distress. In doctors' U... """"--1. "I blood-building Iron
being moved from their positions of prestige. money when there is the slightest projects to break up partnershipor Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 I tests Pinkham's I" added. At.'.druggists.Mini 4 eb*

It is to be hoped that this victory in the second district suspicion that you may never see domestic ties, or to undertake Even if your ambition is drivingyou
it The of enter- hard, should be contentto
again. outcome you
will serve'to bring about greater unity''among the Negro people major business changes which
rest on what has been accomp-
that depended mostly on
for we must be united among ourselves first before we prises rivals, the authorities, or,circumstances -
chance be quite different lishced to date and consolidateyour
with others the of all. may could prevent from
can unite for good you
desired. The position. The 23rd is the best
from what
you per-
to fruition. You shouldgo
In evaluating this second district election we cannot lose sons who can sell goods or serv- through this period smoothly day for opportunities that have to
sight of the fact that there were many white citizens who ices should do fairly well if they I do with your occupation well-
enough when do not precipitate -
cast their votes for Jackson, thereby proving that there are use their ingenuity on the 19th. showdown you and allow being and economic interests.

many of our white fellow citizens who .are willing to help Find a basis for agreement with i life's pattern to work out natur-your Don't hesitate to call on the

elect officials on the basis of their ability without regard to your mate or other close companion ally. Overconfidence and inclina- friends who can pave the way for

race. even if you have other aims 1 you then. Guard your secrets, and
tions to bend persons to your will
Finally we feel certain that Ernest ,Jackson. Sr. will live in mind so as not to make the daya i around the house could boomer- your physical condition well, so
contentious one (20th). The as not to create self-defeating conditions -
up to the faith and trust both the white and colored have reposed ang. I
in him. and in so doing will dispense justice to all citizens early hours of the 21st are best.I 327-15-6-50-55 67 I and frustrations. A spiritof
without regard to race color or creed. for productivity and obtaining the give and take with your friends
results you are after. I has some advantages as long as
1-20-55-12-89-721 you don't fall in with those who
Born Aug..24 thru Sept. 23

CIVIL RIGHTS AT FIRST BASEFrom GEMINi Your mental attitudes rather are unexpected confused"break"or after is money.due on the An w

Born May 21 thru June 21 than"concrete obstacles could 23rd. so hold everything in checkon r.

Turn down all suggestions to underlie your inability to make the 22nd.

( The New York Times) change your work routines, your I your effairs prosper as you would 9-66-40-19-58-234

job and even your basic philosophies -: wish during many critical mo-
The Democratic leadership of the House of Representatives so as not to retard the ulti- ments. This is a good day to look

has been placed on the spot by the Judiciary Commit- mat developments that will transpire -j after your dependents and pets CAPRICORNBorn
tee's approval of the Administration civil rights bilL We would as a result of your previous i to add to your wardrobe. Listento Dec. 22 thru Jan.. 19

not go as far as to say that Attorney General Brownell pushedfor endeavors. Keep neighbors or i friends financial counsel. Play Make the effort to recognizethat
this at this time just to accomplish we are in world of change
particular measure particular other meddlers out of your family i safe should you be traveling or
this particular purpose; but the sudden flurry of affairs, and see to it that you coming into contact with neighbors and that there no longer is" any

interest in civil rights legislation so late in the Congressionalsession contribute your just share to meet I ,in-laws, or persons who have profit in clinging to'worn.out

is enough make one wpnder. Anyway, as we-noted domestic responsibilities. These] a depressing influence on you. customs or outdated philosophies. :

when Mr. Brownell put forward his proposals earlier this are fine days for pleasure and fun I The early hours of the day are Romance, under unusual circum- :,:
month commendable in substance irrespective of stances, could enter the life of
they are by yourself as well as with jour I best gainful endeavors.
motive.If 3 100 44 16 71O12LIBRA those who are eligiblend the .
loved ones. An unusual chance to; -
involved be one whr
enacted they would greatly increase the chances for makes money comes up on the I person shared professional may interestsor

every citizen,regardless of color,to exercise his constitutional 23rd. I your with
who was connected you
right to vote. They would set up a bipartisan commission on 8-16-2-77-18-876 Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 .
business enterprise
civil rights,would strengthen the civil rights machinery of the With Mercury now definitely Don't a smother the dictates of your 1400 WRHC 1400
Justice Department and, most important of all, would estab- CANCER established on its retrograde
with what life
and along
lish new civil procedures to enforce these rights through the Bona June 22 thru July 22 course, withhold action in matters heart go
The 23rdis
courts. Where is the opposition to these proposals? Mainly You are not over the hurdles that, particularly, can affect your hands you KEN KNIGHT
a day for a great surprise.
among the Southern Democrats, of course. If there is any one ---- 7-50-44-17-57-686

thing (and there are many things) calculated to split the GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING 4 FOR 1955 Presenting
asunder international issues haveon
Democratic party as as
occasion split the Republicans it is civil rights. Mr. Brownell u.. this C*.,... Lee,. MOI.. .Uvt ,*.,..If. S4, 10 cuts (OM dim* AQUARIUSBorn KNIGHT TRAIN
J. ..i .. L l lacl.cIa self .dd.4-
ra ci; ) for koroscop r< r < Feb. 18
he is in 20 thru
does not have to be the experienced politician .t.mp.4 ......,.., Writ plafoty. This offer 4.**.... apply U retideah Jan. '
order to see this simple fact. of the 4.miio. .f C...4.. .: It seems desirable to plug. long 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

So.the Judiciary Committee, whose chairman, Mr. Celler, -- - on the job and to collect your
liberal hue votedto r ,l wages, and to allow others to take SWEET CHARIOT
is a New York City Democrat of markedly PABLO, FLORIDA STAB, ASTftOLOGIftf. .
inherent in speculation.Be
report the Administration bill. But it now comes up againstthe f. O. BOX 541JACKSOHYILLI the risks

Rules Committee, whose chairman, Mr. Smith, is a I I, FLA. k. ., ready to gather the facts on 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
Virginia Democrat of quite different political coloration. Andif 'bI new employment openings or occasions -

it should succeed in passing the Rules Committee's formidable I IaN ; to improve your future Features

bottleneck, what will happen on the floor? And, if w. living conditions. Let nature take
Northern Democrats and Republicans combine to pass it its course without trying to helpor BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
free if not I ae, Start hinder it as even apparent dif-
where debate is always
there, what of the Senate, .
circumstances hold the seed 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday
easy? Civil rights legislation has a long way to go, and this DM .* Slit! ficult
of is hardly likely to last that I Dde Month for future progress and spiritual
election session Congress -
year = .
developmenT(20th-21st). The 23rd -'-- --_. =- ; '
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Saturday. May 12, 1956

Knights Of Phythias To Hold Annual Sessions In Daytona


Kiigkts And Calanihes to Convene j i i Social. Workers Feted By Jax Urban. League) Segregation Law

For 67ih Annual Grand Sessions y$3wt Held InvalidNASHVILLE

- : E .
The Knights of Pythias of Florida '67th Annual Grand Session

begins on Sunday, May 13, at Daytona Beach Florida. ;( Tenn Judge
A joint memorial service .' William G. Wade of Davidson

.' Knights and Calanthes I'I.cellor and Sir. A. G. Gasten, Supreme County Chancery Court ruled
held Sunday evening at 7:30 Worthy Counsellor. iaigs. Monday that all Tennessee laws

in the Bethel Missionary: CoL E. A. Pottesdamer, treasurer rekuiring segregation of the races
Church corner of in public schools are invalid. r
for more than forty-five
South Streets, the Rev. E. years, will be absent from this The judge ruled however that

man, pastor.. session for the first time in fifty the state's universities and colleges

The public opening will Chan'I.years. 6 6S and other institutions of
Monday, May 14 at 7:30 p. According to one of the ofjVHls i learning do not have to be thrown

the Allen Chapel AME I i the financial condition of the open. immediately to Negroes.The ))4FnI
corner of Second Avenue group is the best in many years L state's plan'of "gradual de-

Leod Street, the Rev. M. with all claims and debts paid and segregation holds good, he said.

Chapelle, Pastor. more than $100,000 is in banks. The decision came in an opinionin
The Grand Lodge and One of the projects of the lodge Y q which Wade held that Tennessee -
Court will have as their is the awarding of scholarships to $ may not withhold state fundsto

Sir R. A. Hester, Supreme deserving students. I desegregated institutions of
----- higher learning.It \ Up of the Pep+t Cap to

I ak was the first such ruling bya these AlDna.....utstaadm, who make young our
Bishop W. Ward Nichols Writes ar country and our community
; I state court in Tennessee, in accordance a better place la bash Lot. live x
: .R with the U. S. Supreme per.'a" .
Resolution, Demanding Integration I S -sL; Court decision of May 1954. ir *
.,. .

Miami Beach Bishop W. Ward Nichols, Secretary of the SOCIAL WORKERS FETED A portion of the social workers who participated in 'the 45th Waring DefendsSeparateStand

Council of Bishops wrote a resolution demanding total integrationand Annual Florida Conference of Social Welfare held in the city last week and were feted at the Jackson.

first class citizenship now to present to the. African Methodist YUle Urban League at the close of the sessions are shown here. J. Philip Waring director of the local
Episcopal Church general conference. branch is seen In the rear right. :

The resolution noted that the 1
people of the United States are MIAMIAN GETS klr
divided 'as never before over the RESOLUTION IS ADOPTEDTO AME Confab Princeton N. J. Thomas R.
JAIL SENTENCE Waring, editor of The CharlestonS.
issue of racial segregation but said
( C.) News and Courier, defend-
most persons "white and Negroare FOR MURDERMiami ,
God-fearing citizens who in ROTATE BISHOPSMiami Raps Agitators; ing the concept of separate but
equal educational
facilities said
their hearts wish to live in peace Johnnie Gallimore

and brotherhood." pleaded guilty in Circuit Court to A resolution was a dopted providing for the transfer I Lauds Hosts at ing the: Princeton University meet-

It asked the general conferenceto a murder charge 'in the Feb. 27 of all bishops at the 35th General Conference on Friday.
"go on record as favoring total shooting of Jesse Green and was The resolution provided that all "It's unfashionable these daysto

integration and first class citizenship sentenced to life imprisonment.Green bishops assigned by the last General MIAMI AME Bishop FrankM. suggest there are cultural dif- FLORENCE GRIFFIN

C now and -that our churches, was shot in a funeral Conference and those assigned Hay Day FolliesTo Reid of Columbia, S. C. suggested ferences that can't be bridged. The Matthew high W.School: Gilbert

our schools and our institutions home where he worked. Police I i in the interim by the Bishops a resolution praising hotel Southern whites demand the rightto this Pepsi charming honors are little extended East-
shall open their doors to all with testified Gallimore said he shot i Council shall be moved hospitality and condemning poli- bring up their children in the sider. In school she is a

out regard to race, creed or national Green in a dispute over Galli- It was sponsored by the Brotherhood Be Presented tical "agitators" and it was presented same culture they were raised in." dance member group of the the modern major
more's wife. Roy Wilkins, evecutive secre- ; ettes and is an honor student
:origin. of which Dr. H. Ralph Tuesday before a general tary of the NAACP. said: In her church she
session of the African Methodist serves as assistant secretary -
Jackson pastor of the Bethel Beach School "He fights for the southern of the Sunday School
< : AME Church, Nashville, Tenn. is By Episcopal Church conference. white boys as much as for the ana as a teacher
president and the Laymen's Housing and feeding of Negroesin "
southern .
Negro boy. He chargedthat .
NOTICECHURCH previously restricted resorts of )f.
Movement headed
by Atty. Herbert The it
faculty and student body of southern whites are doing an
of Detroit and introduced the Miami area has made an issuein
West Jacksonville School will injustice to their children by segregating "
: : AND CLUBS by Dr. J. S. Spivey at a stage its annual May Day Follies the campaign for the Florida them and keeping them
-, session in the Dinner audi- gubernatorial primary on Tues-
Key on May 18 at 7:30: p. m. in the from facing the race situation.

4' \;j REPORTERSThe held.torium where the session is being school. '' day.The resolution thanks Miami Waring and'Wilkins were cor-

Group dancing and the crown- hotel dial but cool as they faced each
area and restaurant
Some the owners
bishops approved action ing of the May Queen and King other before an audience of some
for welcoming Negroes in the face
including the five who are will be a special feature of the i 250 students faculty members and
"Florida St ar"WILL affected by the eight year tenure program. Emilie Hutchins has. of racial agitation. It adds that townspeople. P11
"political has caused
law. D. Ward
They are Bishops been named Queen and Thomas
PRINT YOUR Nichols, A. J. Allen, George W Wilson, King. the broadening of racial friction
4' and a retreat from the true Chris-
Baber, Joseph Gomez and F. M.
:_ NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTSf Reid. Other numbers to be presented; tian conception of the brother- Family

f : : -. OF CHARGE The men who urged the resou- are as follows: hood of man."
"Japanese Slumber 2 Bishop Reid said he understood"the RoundtableDear
tion to move the bishops and an- grade ,I
Send Your News In. Early In the Week other measure being sponsored by Mrs. M. J. Henderson, instructor; leading agitator is a man
the same forces-the budget- "Melody of Spring," grade 2, Mrs. high in lay circles of one of the Miss Ball:

DEADLINE FOR CHURCH AND CLUB claim they are trying to save the C. R. Nicks, instructor; "Spring leading Christian derrioninations Pete and I met at a dance last ---

NEWS IS WEDNESDAY NOON church. They say the laymen are Dance of Greeting grade 3, Mrs. in Florida He must not have been month. We hit it off immediately, BETTY SIMPO
paying too much and receivingtoo C. C. Smith; ?The Dancing Tulips exposed to the teachings of Jesus in fact it seems like lore at first Douglas-Anderson

little. ," grade 1, Mrs. S. T. Harris; Christ if he maintains this atti- sight. We're decided to get married High School

News" Reaching Our Office Monday They fought to force the removal "Swinging On a Star," grade 3, tude." soon, but my parents,want to Betty, an honor student in

or Tuesday Gets Top Billing of bishops in order td free Mrs. T. A.' Green; "Dance of give us an engagement party and the grade chorus 8. is a the member tumbling of

the hands of all ministerial and Spring grade I, Mrs. C. H. Sims then have us wait a month or two team and treasurer for the

Mail or Bring Hews 'To: lay delegates to vote their own and plaiting of the May pole, Pet Dog Gives more. Don't you think this wouldbe an majorettes.active way She in series the Sunday in-

convictions. With all bishops removed grades 2, Mrs. C. R. Nicks and old fashioned? We know it is School and church af
423 BROAD STREET (Near Church Street) they wont have to face the Mrs. M. M. Singleton, instructors. love, so why should we wait? fairs.

same bishop and possibly be punished Fire AlarmA Why can't parents ever understand P
and cooperate? A ___
for voting the budget whichis 7' --
the main goal of the Brother- Emily Jacksonville Fla.
'hood and Laymen's Movement.The 4 outPeple family was saved from burn- Dear
ing to death by a pet dog early Emily:
Budget will see that the 1
-- Maybe your parents do under-
Wednesday morning. The dog was
will for the
money go purposesfor (Continued from Page 3)) trapped in the dwelling and burn- stand and are trying to save you a
it raised.
Bob HudsonAND argue that God was didn't intend They to Mrs. Retha Clark is ill in her ed with it after awakening the few heartaches later. You say it
1018 |i is love at first sight. How can you
consecrate a bishop to become a home, W. Union St. She is a family by barking.
of Joe be so sure? Meeting at a dancedoesn't '
member the Bethlehem Baptist Crawford owner of the
millionnaire.They also that the bud Church. house, told Fire Lt. Sykes that he tell you much about a per
son. Then, too, a month's court- ,
get will make better provision for was awakened by the barking dog
and found his three children'sroom ship is not long enough to reveal
the retirement of ministers
worn David Lewis of Detroit, Mich.
either In
person's true character
full cf smoke. He ableto
out in the service.Auxiliary was
and Patrick Lewis of New York
get the children out but he fact, the novelty or thrill has not
City were week-end guests of
could not return to the yet worn off.
save dog. j v Q0x
Sugar SugarSugar Body their brother and sister-in-law, The fire apparently started It has been found that couples
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lewis of who have their 'tonsent rylirstt +
Plans To Sponsor when one of the children got up
1565. W. Seventh St. and blessings, and help, experience -.'-- ---.
Flower Garden Tea to go to the bath room and knocked ba.6A&o&.va
an oil lamp off a table. The .the happier marriages. The DouglasAndersonHigh
Samuel Greene, a member of
.. child went back to bed engagement has a definite pur- School
COMING YOUR. WAY Auxiliary Board 2 of the Mt. the Day Spring Baptist Church, is without apparently what had I. pose. Try it out. Get to know your This popular eighth grade
Zion AME Church will sponsor a ill in his home, 1225 E. First St. pened.\ hap young roan thoroughly and discuss student who is an has honor displayed student -

flower garden tea in the churchon I anticipated problems of mar- ability for leadership in
May 20 from 4 to 6 p. m. Mrs. Mary Allen was the week nage. Make your plans for hand- many member fields.of the She Glee Club is a
Mrs. Ida Hawkins is presidentof end guest of her sister in Sanford. finances children, a solo dancer in the creative -
7:00 to 9:00 A.M. BETHEL TRUSTEES ling family dance group a mem-
the board. A program will be She also visited Miami and Deer- recreationalactivities, and so on. ber of the tumbling team

presented. field before returning. TO SPONSOR TEAThe Statistics have shown that longer $ and a majorette

.6:00 7:00 P.M.r engagement periods make for
to Be wise
trustee board of the New more stable marriages. ;
:Bethel AME Church will sponsora make use of other people's mis Confratafati frem
tea on May 20 in the home of takes. If it is truly the "real Pepsi Cola t. rittM
thing," ,the engagement period th... Merit Award
Mrs. Elnora McBride J481 Win- winners
.:- OVER die St. will cement your love bonds and

On May 27, the board will pre bring greater happiness in the Listen te Pepsi Merit i
sent Mrs. McBride in a recital in future. The best of luck to you I Award salutation ..
\\ iMISirn.n the church. both! I Pepsi Cola TEEN. >
WRHC 1400
WOB'SJACKSONVILLE'S .1 .n r*.r dial Situ
vr COftQ'JMndi day., 10.11 A.M.
J S-C-m.ig sic oca ..bFi Rev. Fred RichardsonTo

dr il S i v.ind Be Guest Speaker ,
vi'iy.' M1S
Lain I
ONLY ALL NEGRO. ..V1.C i- CofpiiwthcfHid At Pineapple Sip

PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION : l zl" The Rev. Fred Richardson will GilletteSuper
Kt 0* Cc" be guest speaker at the pineapplesip

on May 20 from 4 to 6 p. m. in Speed RAZOR
the old building of the Day Spring

>Baptist Church. WITN BLUE KAOf08PBBB ".... repei Gb

1361 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL" This affair is given by District. C AND
De.l.n ..fJeck..n.
111 of the church. R

Mrs. Pearl Young chairman'of *|00i ..
t f\: :; i i
I the program committee has planned -

i an excellent program. : _
aotHM wttanl BOIa Rave a !*.9.l




p... THE fLORIDA STAR Saturday, May 12, 195*


. :News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

JRut iram County News Alimni St. Paul Trio In Recital Central I Jin dent the to various determine vocations.their interest

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a5 Keels In Jiie15YearOld y ,. ," ';> Academy All teachers of Putnam County

Madison Strwt Palatka Florid : I will attend a special meeting of
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District 5 FSTA, Saturday in
.;, : Highlights
J Ocala Fla.
: The annua, M.t
y ,
', spring meeting of the Florida A \,
and M University General Alumni BY
WARREN HOWELL Mr. Payne and Mr. Loydes of
Tick your friends but not to pieces. Association will be held Saturdaymorning t
h : Morris Brown College were on the
far -i: :, g
morning. 2. in
Last week Mrs. Lottie Mae Bartley was very happy to be ourguest June 2 at 11 a. m.. according e '<; J the school cafetorium the May chapel campus Monday, May 7.
to G. W. Conoly
to the movies. She of friends. execu- 3s '
was accompanied by one her !,.wJ
program was sponsored by the
tive secretary of the organization.
vThis week we cordially extendan students and teachers
Other alumni activities for the
invitation to a young lady who w the recent trip to Havana Cuba.A Learn Commercial Art
day will include a reunion dinnerat
Prof. To .R. Reid
likes to read the Florida Star. She complete Start AnytimeC.
4:45; p. m. and a social hour at report was made from
lives around the corner from the 9 m.FAHU. t.vf f the time leaving (X A. to the tim I. APPROVED
Star reporter. She has a son and a >
arriving back.
Dies In NashvilleNASHVILLE ,} Attending were AMERICAN
daughter and also a very small a Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale. Mrs. Longs.

husband. Now I am sure she /<..,.< "J)..::, Mrs. M. T. Hines. Mrs. E. A. SCHOOL OF ART

knows this invitation is for her.: Prof Thomas Boy -\ Hartsfield. Miss G.Greene. Miss J. Moved To Now Location

R. Reid Sr. of Orlando died in i Washington. Mr. H. L. Dunbar 106 EAST BAY STREET

This week the Florida Star extends Riverside Hospital, Nashville, PleaisGaill, and Charles Hartsfield. tad Floor

an invitation to Mrs. IL H. Tenn. at the age of 83 after an s .
-- -
Wright and Miss Benjamin to be extended illness.
To Mile's Death The C. A. baseball team met
our guests for lunch Monday in
Prof. Reid was formerly principal Dunnellon High Thursday at
the Central Academy Cafetorium.Mrs. .
in the public schools of Flor- Booker Field. The Bulldogs rack- tfheUtptatnaiie.
Wright is the efficient secre-
TAMPA-A old ,
ida. For a number of years he 15-year junior ed up an easy victory with Ben
tary to Professor Brooks. Miss high student, Ernest Gene Parker
served in that capacity over the Williams pitching for C. A.
Benjamin is a student. pleaded guilty to stabbing a
school at Sanford Florida. He retired .

from; school work and.went schoolmate John Gibson 15, to The Nancy Jane Dance School
Mrs. Etta Mae Allen entertained death in the corridor of a school i.
into the U. S. Government servicein sponsored advance revue Friday
several friends last Wednesday
the purchasing service in the building. ON PROGRAM Appearing in a musical recital Monday eve night, May 4, at the school cafe- ..
night at her home honoring tier
Supply Department at the U. S. Criminal Court Judge L. A. ning. May 14th at the Second Baptist Church will be the popular torium. This revue was made up
sister Mrs. Dora Vreen on her
birthday. A delicious menu: Naval Station, Key West, Florida.He Grayson ordered a mental exam-. Saint Paul AMC Trio shown here. The affair is sponsored by the of children of all parts* of the NO LIQUOR TASTE...

was served. Mrs.very Vreen who has also served as instructor in ination for the youth. Junior Woman's Missionary Society of Second Baptist Church. county which take dance lessons NO LIQUOR BREATH

been employed at the Ponte Vedra helping to train workers in that Parker said in court he stabbedhis The group which is widely known for its contributions to the from this school.

Beach for 24 years returned to the field. school chum to death becauseof church and community in the lightof promoting fellowship and edu-

things the victim said about cational programs. Dock Graham a former C. A.
beach last Thursday. Mrs. Vreen The deceased was well known

is the widow of the late Rev. S. throughout the State of Floridafor Parker's mother. ----- student and football star, now at-

H. Vreen. his educational, business and : Greek Letter Groups tending Bethune-Cookman College -
from'all FAHU Groups was on C. A. campus re
civic work. He retired .
Initiate cently. .Avu"
The many friends of Mrs. Hazel active work prior to his illness. WOBSPROGRAM Neophytes

will regret to learn that she was
He leaves to mourn his passing, SCHEDULE Plan ProgramFor Mrs. Ollie Heath of Brooklyn
fall which she TALLAHASSEE Sixteen
injured by a received students
a wife, Mrs. L. E. Reid; two r N. Y., a graduate of C. A. was a
last Wednesday while. were recently initiated into s
Celestine Reid- recent visitor at C. A.
daughters, Mrs.
walking along N 8th Street. Mother's Greek-letter organizations on the
Frazier, wife of T. T. Frazier, business <:M SIP On Day i
C4 843 Capsule News Weather campus of Florida A and M University -
The many friends of Mrs. Char- manager of Riverside Hospital 1.3 70 Hearen's Road (Melvin We are happy to see Mrs. E. K.

Nashville, Tenn. and Mrs. Grace) Pinkney back in school after several -
lie Porter Sr. of Hastings will be 7:00 743 Capsule News ft Weather TALLAHASSEE The Wo The new inductees are: Delta
Ruth Althea Lee, wife of Elder W. 1:1J:00 The Kid (Bob Hudson days' illness.
glad to know that she is convales- 84 843 Capsule News Weather men's Congress and the Men's Sigma Theta Bernice Dukes
J. Lee of S. P. A. Church, Alta- 843-94* The Kid (Bob Hudson)
cing nicely after having been very Senate, two outstanding student Tallahassee; Bernice Mitchell
dena, Calif., and one son, Prof. 94 943 capsule News A: Weather The Junior class presented their
ill for ,some time in the Flager 9'3 11:01 Jumpin with Johnny organizations on the Florida A Tallahassee; Alpha Kappa Alpha
.. Alvin A. Reid Dean of Walker Johnny Shaw) ...... second annual Mother's Day program
Hospital in St. Augustine. Someof 14 143 Capsule News ft Weather and M University campus will Margaret W. Ashe, Oviedo, Fla.;
Business and Vocational College, 11:13 lUll Gospel Train, Number One in chapel Friday. More than
.her relatives from New York present a Mothers' Day program Marlene Gray, New Smyrna; Mer-
Jacksonville, Fla. and a staunch (Kelvin Grace) 20 mothers were on hand to sharein
City arrived .last week to be at 11:80 1143 Capsule News ft Weather which is well known as one of the cedes Robinson, Jacksonville;
member of the AME Church at 1143 124 Gospel Train Number One the tributes paid to them by
her bedside. (Kelvin Grace) beautiful outdoor activities of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity-
Orlando and Key West- 124 12:15 Local News (Joyce their children.
season. Theodore Bowers Bascom, Fla.;
Funeral services will be held Joyner)
1IIL' 12:15-12:34 Man on street (Shaw ft Maxie Bragg, Jr. St. Petersburg;
Monday afternoon in Orlando.Bacalaureate Hudson) The program. will be held in The 4-H Club held its regular
PATRONIZE 12:31 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) Gibbs Park at 4 p. m. on Mothers' Norman Carey, Miami; Andrew meeting at C. A. Tuesday with
12X3 -1:00 A Woman's World (JoyceJoyner Green, James Holloway, Jackson-
) Day. Twenty-five campus organi- Miss L. M. Reeves in charge.
Advertisers 110 1:13 Capsule News ft Weather ville; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity-
zations will honor the mother of
.,. : Rites 141 240 Gospel Train Number
t Two (Melvin Grace Henry Harris ML Dora; Sam
) their choice. The FAM-U Band Since
The faculty met.
Slated At FAMUTALLAHASSEE 24 Ili Capcale News ft Weather Love Miami; Eldred K. Waters, Wednesday
243 346 Gospel Train. Number will render music, and during a night to continue work en pln: 1721.
V Two (Melvin Grace) Goulds, Fla.; Kappa Alpha Psi .
34 343 Capsule News ft Weather general tribute to mothers, repre- for our coming*evaluation. Mrs. R.
-Baccalaureate '343 44< Jumpin with Johnny sentatives of the Fraternity-Beno English Pensa-
twenty-five organizations K. Ragsdale is general chairmanof
services at Florida A and M (Johnny Shaw) I cola; William E. Miller, Cocoa; RELSM
JOHN 440-443<< < Capsule News ft Weather will pin corsages on the Evaluation Program.
University will be held Sunday 443<< 540 Jumpin with Johnny their; honored mothers. Zeta Phi Beta-Juanita Moore, .

afternoon, June 3 at 2:30 p. m. (Johnny Shaw) Madison, Fla.Pomona. The World's
THE GREATSPIRITUALIST 54 543 Capsule News ft Weather
The presidents of' the Men'sSenate Plans are now underway for
343 >Jumptn with Johnny
Commencement will be held E:0
(Johnny Shaw) and Women's Congresswill our annual Career Week,celebra- Most Honored Vodka
Monday morning, June 4 at 9 (4: 143 Capsule Newt ft Weather
1:0 1:31 The Kid (Bolt Hudson) have their mothers brought to tion Mr. E. R. Williams announ-
o'clock. The senior consecration SATURDAY 10 fc toe Proof.Made from Greta. fey

.Will to In yaw city JMM 9th,t. service, is scheduled for 10 a. m. 1:10 sin on the campus a$ the "Mothers of Park NewsBy ced. A survey questionnaire has Ut.luy ft.Cia, \!',MdU.SA.HOUR .
1 J.t.... !. order t. receive your (** 1:0 Capsule News ft Weather the Year." already been issued to each stu-
special blessing. send far your Sunday morning. IlJ 740 Heaven Bead (Melvin
Grace) Miss Saunders will have
..eI will Shirley
prayer immediately we 74 743 Capsule News ft Weather Mrs. Florence McBride
stud ye* *.r tare kit five .umber 743 84 The Kid (Bob with her, her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth -
plan. fee $2. Any other" type 511- 843 Capsule News ft-fl.aer Saunders, of Miami, Florida. Services at ML Tamo Baptist
ef troubles W. solve 843 94 The Kid (Bob Hudson) Church all
$5. who
can was enjoyed by
tot 943 Capsule News ft Weather Charlie E. Hankerson presidentof
.t...... We will send yen iaitnietiens COLI SMFFEIEBS 943 loci Jumpin with Johnny attended. Testimonial services was -
o* W..... t. do at our protram. (Johnny Shaw) the Men's Senate will have .
discomforts yield' quickly te held at 11 a. m. Rev. Miles of De-
COLD II:" 143 Capsule News A Weather with him his mother, Mrs. Charles
STANBACK'S prescription formula If 43 11tt Gospel Train,Number One land delivered the "
work (Kelvin Grace) E. Hankerson, Sr., of Fort Lauder- evening mes-
P. 0. Box 1963 STAN8ACK tablets or powders 1111- 1143 Capsule News ft; Weather sage. Holy communion was ad-
fet to ,bring comforting relief from 11:13 1240. Gospel Train Number One dale, Florida. The mother of the

OAKLAND, CALIF. tired, so/e, .Jurtg muscles' neuralgia 124 12:15 Local(Melvin News Grace(Joyce) president of the City Women Stu- ministered. !
and htauachts due to c.rlt.l Joyner) dent Organization will also be
12:13 12:3 Ma On Street (Shaw ft; Funeral services for -AITS.- CLEANERS
Hudson) honored as a Mother of the Year.I
123 12:43 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) Yvonne is of Amanda Clay was held Wednes-
Hayling president
1245 144 A Woman's World (JoyceJoyner
2. 1956. Rev. E. D. Mar-
day, May
) the organization and will have
111 143 Capsule News ft; Weather tin of St. Augustine, officiated. --Jnc-
143 24 Gospel Train, Number. with her, her mother, Mrs. C. C. ,
.Two (Melvin Grace)
24 243 Capsule New! Weather Hayling, Sr.

,Melvin GraceAND 243 3-M Jnmpln(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) An interesting feature of the Pomona Park Man

I 3113:13 Capsule News ft Weather week-end activity will be the Buffet BACHELOR BUNDLES
343 <44* Jumpin with JohnnyJohnny
( Shaw) Supper in honor of the mothers Held For Murder
44 <443< Capsule News ft Weather GuestHouse
to be held at the
443 S.e Jonpia with Johnny
(Johnny Shaw) at 6 p. m. on Saturday, May PALATKA-John Herlong, Po-
Sot 343 Capsule &es ft Weather 5 HOUR SERVICE
543 14 Jumpin with JohnnyJohnny 12. mona Park man has been charged

( Shaw) with murder in the ice pick slay-
44 1:31 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
: <:,* sip Off ing of James T. Jackson, a neigh- ...Kfellr Uwdered .no', Finished


I_ 74 Heaven's Road (Melvin Herlong admitted driving an ice

74 7:3 Heaven's Grace) Road HELD FOR MURDER pick into the chest of Jackson, a :
Id (4* LaUmoro Gospel Stagers [ "Jk41 tklti1tf
2:01- 8:3 Oral Roberts Negrmo farm laborer,.following a -I lC J

83 94 Heaven's Road GAINESVILLE Ambrose fight in which the two men and
: GUIDING YOUR WAY 94 14 Bishop Johnson
114 lt:3 Heavenly Fire Gospel' Douglas 25-year-old man was I their. wives were embroiled. All

Sinters charged with murder and placedin had been drinking.

UM 1111.- 1144 124 Heaven's Heaven's Road Road jail Monday for the shooting of: The women are being held on 911 West Ashley 416 Main Street

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Seminole .Social Club ,Is One Of Jacksonville's Oldest Social Groups Beattlidais Ladies AuxilliaryOf

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p i; it ;: ;- t a r National Confab Slate Annual DanceThe

Set For MiamiMiami << Brotherhood of SleepingCar

Porters and the Ladies Aux-

iliary invites their many friendsto
Orange Blossom
dance with them in their pre-
Beauticians Assn. 123 of the Na-
annual summer dance on Friday,
tional Beauty Culturist League,
June 1 in the beautiful: Two Spot.
Inc. will convene in the city May
20-23. Music will be furnished by

Z.m. 'k a.. .:r r ar y The sessions will be held in the Baron McCloud and his band.
Fiesta Room of the Mary Eliza- Tickets are on sale at the Holly-

k.. :7.L beth Hotel. wood Music,Shop and the Broth-

R ** ? Mrs. Alaine S. Walden, state erhood headquarters 823 Davis
president, will preside.: Street.U.
: H. Walthour is chairman.vVedding .
The opening program is sche-
fir. 'r
rr 1 duled for Sunday May :20 at 8

p. m. in the Greater Bethel AME

Church.An .
: oratorical contest on May 21
will be one of the highlights of
Applications for Marriage
rt / the meet.
s Units 7, 42 and 55 will entertainthe

Y. visitors.
Jerry Allen. 1328 Rushing St,

age 62 and Beulah Lewis, 1328:!

Hair Styles Rushing St, age 69.
I Nathan Williams 1350 Van Bu-
SOCIALITES HONOR CLUB MOTHER Members of the Seminole,.Culture. O'Neal, the "Club Mother"; Mrs. R. L. Philyaw. Mrs. liable+ Taylor and Mrs. Ada: ,
I Club who met recently in the home of Mrs. Alkania Laws to pay ,tribute to the Lee. Standing are Mrs. Alkania Laws and Mrs. Annie K. Stephens. In the photo at And Fashions To ren St. age 19 and Shirley Long
1737 SL 18.
"Club,Mother." 94. .ar-01d Mrs. Mary O'Neal are seen in two scenes. .In the photo.right., standing are: Mrs. P. G. Aaron. Mrs. Serena Cam Mrs. R. Davis and.Mrs. Mosley age

at left seated from left are: Mrs. Ida Hawkins. Mrs. Maggie Williams. ,Mrs. Mary Rosa L. Smith. Seated is'Mrs. Nellie Edwards. Be Shown Here Joe N. Moore, 1227 Franklin St.
age 22 and Gwendolyn Williams,

1562 W. 32nd St.. age 20.

-Atoui P opt 'Y-Teen Conference Convenes June 151 Teen Committee I CALENDAR be"Coiffures sponsored and by Mr.Fashions"and Mrs.will B. St.Henry, age 21 Gainey and ,Castsoria 948 W. Ashley Green

Mrs."Gladys Green a memberof Boylan-Haven For Annual Confab! To Meet May 15 I EVENTS of F. Irving the Simpson and members Methodist of group Churchin 5 1271 John W.H.19th White St. ,age Jr.20.1317 West

Day Spring Baptist Church is the church on May 18.
ill in her home at 1337 West 33rd I i FERNANDINA BEACH The The revue will feature hair 31st St, age 22 and Geneva Mc-
The V-Teen Committee of the Fadden 1019 W. Union St 22-
Street. Friends asked to visit. Celestial Spiritual Singers will created
are styles by some of the lead
The southern sectional Y-Teen f A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA will
Students Win present a recital on Sunday at 3 ing beauticians in morning, afternoon Perry Riley, 1256 Pippin St.
Conference will be held at Boy- meet in the reading of the
Mrs. Lucille Robinson continues: p. m., in the New Zion Baptist evening, church beach and age 24 and Elouise Wilson, 1144
Ian-Haven School on June 15 thru Wilder Park Branch Public Library -
ill in her home at 1555 West 7th! Church. school wearing.Mrs. Pacetti St, age 20.
I June 22 with Y-Teens and adult I School BallotsTwo on Tuesday, May 15th at 12
Street. Friends are asked to visit. leaders from Florida Georgia, Noon.. Everyone is invited. Lucille G. Coleman. prin- Nathaniel Cooper,441 W.BeaverSt
She is a member of Central CME I cipal of Forest' Park Elementary age 22 and Gardenia Mason
Church. Alabama, Arkansas. Mississippiand Mrs. Thomas McGee, presiding The Starlight Gospel Singers School will serve as narrator. 814 Vi W. Union St, age 17.
students the
s Louisiana in attendance. representing chairman of the group reports will Robt Thomas, 1661 Blue St,
present a program Sunday, Those persons to as
New appear
Blue Party at Stanton Senior
The office posts are shared by that consideration will be givento May 13 at 8:30 o'clock in the afe 19 and Willie D. Johnson. 317
Mrs. Rosa L Dossie who suffered High School the elections at models will be: Mrs. Hazel Ar-
Y-Teens and adult chairmen. Of- won the Progress Campaign Report,
Union Church Caroline, age 21.
an attack of illness continues the school for the offices of Progressive Baptist grett, Mrs. Audry White, Mrs.
ficers are: Aldonia Mack of New presi- (evaluating the year's work of the Samuel West, 1210 W. Duval
sponsored in the interest of the
ill in the Bay Pines Veterans Hospital dent and of the Meltonia Lilly Mrs. Salome McKinney -
Orleans Jessie Pearson of Arkansas committee in the YWCA); the
; district rally. St. age 30 and Venie Mae Matthews
Bay Pines,Florida. Student Council. These studentsare Mrs. Mary Jones, Mrs.
;Josephine Jackson of Atlanta; Summer Program of the YWCA. The public is invited. Dorothy James Mrs. Marvyne 4817 Paris Ave. age 18.
meal Davis,'Miami; Grace Moore, Fredrick Richardson and Leroy The progress report will be made Edw. B. Ross 841 W. 16th St.
L. B. Hightower is ill in the Jenkins, Miss Darrell Johnson,
Miami Barbara Willingham, At- Rodgers> by Mrs. I.. H. Burney, chairman.The .
veterans hospital in Lake City. ; Miss Annette Howard Miss Ertha age 21 and Anna M. Wilson, 1107
lanta; Mrs. Clara Lowe confer- Richardson is a member of the finance report, as preparedby Miss Evelyn Davis Steele Court, age 18.
Florida. He is a member of Day Bullock Miss Edith Young Miss
Spring Church of this city. ence executive from Atlanta; Mrs. 11-A3 homeroom, Mrs. Annette A.. Mrs. William T. Harper will Heads Fashion ShowMiss Brenda Johnson, Sammie L. Jose Hernandez 1517 W. Madison -

Sara Dickerson Montgomery; Epsy. teacher and Rodgers is a: also be given. Davis, Sr. Albert Johnson, Gilbert age 20 and Eddie M. Brown.
Louise Van Baton member of Mrs. Marie Cooper's Among the leaders who will
Mrs. Marie G. Williams left the Dyke Evelyn Davis, a member of Dadson, S. L. Davis, Jr. Vernon 124 Ivey St. age 23.
Mrs. Vera Davis Jackson- 10-A6 homeroom.The participate, in the meeting are:
city Saturday for Miami where Rouge; the Olivia H. Baldwin Y-Teens Johnson, Donnell Ford, Nathan
she is attending the AME General ville; Mrs. Martha Burney, St recently elected presidentand Mrs. James Lewis, Mrs. Ralph Club is chairman of the Teen-Age Love, Tyrone Williams, Georgian-

Conference. She is the house guestof Petersburg; Miss Geraldine Rooks, vice-president along with a Lott, Mrs. Charles Brooks, Mrs. Fashion Show to be presented on na Walker, Betty Jean Bullock, Mrs. Gussie PaigeTo
Mobile Olga Bradham, Mrs. I. H. Burney,
Mrs. Lillian Shetlman of 365 Miami; Miss Ethel Berry ; secretary were installed in officeon May 24 at 8 p. m. in the auditor- Bennye L. Irving, Renee E. Davis,
; burs Daisy Jones Birminghamand Thursday during a special Mrs. James Belle, Mrs. Fred Rich- Guest SpeakerAt
N.W. 15th Street. Mrs. Williams ium of New Stanton. AssistingMiss Pamela Davis, Belender Cowser PC
Miss Sadie Bell Barrow New in the school ardson, Mrs. Harry Collins, Miss
program au
will return to the city Sunday. Davis is Barbara Manuel Joyce Whigham and others. Mt. Calvary
ditorium. Vivian Wilson Mrs. Cyril Anderson -
Orleans. Barbara Bailey, Marilyn Wesleyand Mrs. Evelyn Morgan chairmanof
Mrs. Clifford Singleton of 2102Mt Registration fees are to be inbyMay'15. Rodell F. Roberts, DCT Coordi-. and Mrs. J. R. George. members of the club. the program committee,has an-
Mrs. F. J. Dixon, Executive Di- Gussie of the Mt.
Advisors nator and chairman of the schoors nounced the to Mrs. Page
Herman Street isill in Brew- Jacksonville Students from Stanton, Gilbert, program precedethe '
rector will meet with the I will*be
ster Hospital She is .member and Y-Teens are to inquire at ,the; public relations committee installcd -1 groupin Blocker' James Weldon Johnson revue, will be announced Calvary Baptist Church
their final meeting of the sea- speaker at the morning hour
and organist at Fellowship Baptist temporary headquarters of the the officers.A. and kindergarten departmentswill later. .
son as they think through their of worship for the annual women'sday
Church. YWCA at 1236 Mt. Herman Street Phillip Waring executive participate. J
for registration blanks and other secretary of the local Urban Lea- evaluative processes. Followingthe Proceeds from this affair will program on May 20 in the St.
meeting, luncheon will be CliA fate Thomas Baptist Church.A .
The Rev. and Mrs. T. H. Pitt- data relative to the conference. gue delivered the main address, help defray expenses of the dele- *

man left the city Sunday for Miami i Courtesies being extended to which followed the morning phase. served. gates to the Regional Y-Teen Con- musical program will be presented -

to attend the General Con i the conference delegates are being of the annual and traditional Student -: ference to be ,held at Boylan- The Merrymakers Social and in the evening hour of

ference. Before' returning they! arranged through the Inter-Club Government Day.MINUETTES ., i Douglas Anderson Haven School. Savings Club.will sponsor a party worship. .

will visit relatives in West Palm CounciL Y-Teens of New Stanton, I Final Vesper Event Members of the club are: Gloria Saturday night, May 12th at 8 p. Services Sunday'will include an

Beach, Fla. Rev. Pittman is the' Mathew W. Gilbert and James I Nesmith Barbara Bailey Hattie m. at 1142 Community Court. Ad- altar service with the Gospel

pastor of Mt. Moriah AME Weldon Johnson are working with CLUB To Be Held SundayThe Camper. Barbara Manuel Carolyn mission free. Barbara Williams is Echoes of Wesconnett The serv

Church. this group.1Nusic. I Henderson, Mary Price, Patricia the reporter. I'ice will begin at 8:30 o'clock.
MEETS MONDAYThe music department of Doug- .Mallory, Geraldine White Betty I

Members from the Bethelhem las Anderson School will presentits Richardson Qwendolyn Council!

Baptist Church,reported ill are: I Festival Minuetts Social and Savings final vesper service of the se- Penelope Thompson, Harriette RITZ THEATREFriday

Mrs. Alma J. Best of'722 Court B, Club will meet Monday night mester Sunday, May 13. Witsell. Marva Demps, Mildred

Mr. Willie Wright in the Marines I May 14th at 643 Court D. Busi- The Rev. Charles J. Crosby, V/althour, Thelmetia Argrett, Miriam and Saturday May 1112ROD

Hospital. Savannah, Georgia and Will Feature ness of importance will be d s-. pastor of the Mt Pleasant Baptist Burney, Louise Singleton, CAMERON

Mrs. Mildred McDowold of 1633 cussed. Church will be the speaker. Annette Harper Shirley Battle, "SAN ANTONE"

Madison Street Music The club will also sponsor a' Charles Wilbur, a member of Alfreda Hale, Evelyn Davis, Mar -'... -

Organ whist.party May 25 at 643 Court D. the Stanto Musi-Cho is guest solo- ilyn Wesley Lillian Curry, Florita "RIDE THE MAN DOWN"

Mrs Julia Macon has left the beginning at 8 p. m. Plenty of ist and will be accompanied by Johnson Julia Johnson and

city to ,attend the AME'General Appearing on the Spring Music refreshments will be served. Mr. Miss Rose Lynn Harris, pianist for Gloria Phillips. Sunday Monday Tuesday WednesdayFIRST

Conference in ,Miami. She is the Festival of the Bethel Baptist M. H. Riley is the president and the StantoMusiCho.The RUN

house guest cf Mr. and'-Mrs. Ira Church on Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Mr. J. Lucas is the reporter. Rev. Sol Cooper will give "COUNT THREE AND PRAY""ADVENfUR
the invocation and the Rev. Lon- .
Bucholtz. will be Colonious S. Davis, organist Stork .eed .
nie Tucker a patron of the school OF SADIE .
at Florida A and M University.The
of Brooklyn ., Y-TEEN CLUB will introduce the speaker.
William Paul Hemby in
artist recently appeared Deliveries, 17-18-19
and May
Saturday -
Thursday Friday
N. Y Was a recent visitor in the city in a concert at the Day ,

the city *s the house guest' of, his- Spring Baptist Church. SLATES EVENTS Belhune Cookman FIRST RUN

parents of 1863 W. 29th St The festival is presented by the Born To: "LAY THAT RIFLE DOWN"o.d

choir of the church under the Members of the A. L. Lewis Y- o.d -

Mrs. Gussie Monroe a memberof direction of Mrs. Lillian T. Robin- Teen Club made gifts during the Alumni Club Sets Aaron and Margarean Felder, WAYNE

the Baptist Churchis week for their mothers. Assistingthe "RIO
Day Spring 512 Everson. Jan 20/56. Boy.

ill in her home 568 First St son.Selections from Watts, Mozart, girls with the project were Meet For Sunday Alphonso and Dorothy Robinson

Bach Goss Noble, Bortinasky and their advisors, Mrs. Louise Shef- 1454 Smith SL, girl. May 4.

Mrs.' Mattye Golden of 1551 Adams-: ., will be presented.. Included field and Mrs. Gloria F. Holmes.On Edward and Lillie Blue, 2423 GRANDE"I

Louisiana St. is ill in her home. also will.' be ,Negro. Spirit- May 16, a book review followed The Bethune-Cookman Alumni Horne St. boy, April 13. KOZY
with time. A Y-Teen Club will hold its regular meeting I
She Spring is Baptist a member Church.of the Day' uals.The Rev. Robert Wilson is min-, will review a biographical sketchof Sunday, May 13, 5 p. 'm. at 8th and Davis Streets

Edward Waters College Library.
(Continued on Page 5) ister of the church. a famous personage. FRATERNAL NOTES ; ,
May 23, a volunteer YWCA The agenda will consist of the .c'b

member will discuss with the girls issuance of scholarships, the adop-
"Party-giving" and "table manners tion of the revised by-laws and a Pallbearers Society No. 20 will I

complete report on the benefit meet Monday. May I4ih at 7:30
You Don't Have to Go to. Town to Get .
May 29 election of officers for movie. p. m. in the Mt. Lillia Baptist
Friends and former students Church. corner 2nd and Jefferson
the 1956-57 and a party.
PRICESOn along with the following membersare Sts. Mrs. E. Campbell is the president
asked to be present: Mrs Dora and Mrs. Lauretta Blount is

Anderson, Edward Barnes, Wil- the reporter. tw'

Your Variety'SkiW liam Bullard, Peter S. Clayton, ,

Mrs. Alma Daniels Mrs. Louise ,

Darden, Mrs. Emma Feacher, ACNINB MUSCLES
: Clarence Fears, Robert,Hall. Mrs.

Lois Hill, Mrs. Carlita Johnson, -RN1.w e.fe. .f ..... ..... etaee eur.

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store By Yoxiktr.up Rudolph Johnson, Mrs. Deloris I .CTANKACX to*wttfc> CTAMBAOK...fa*to tafctoto fcrUnnlfrf. ..r..,...,...<.*.. 4,.

Matthews, Edmund .Matthews, ...kMMM the nANUe*....... q/pq M .1
AdvertisedIn Ezekiel Bryant Mrs. Nellyvonne == :' One ... '
We Will Meet Any Prices wfcB 9 BR pvfe .1I
A variety show was presentedby Thompson Miss Lucille Glymph, 1 7

Your Local PapersWOOD'S the Intermediate Youth Fel- Miss Pearl Chapman Miss Irma I

lowship of the Ebenezer Methodist McQueen William Richardson,

Church will be held in the social Miss Mable Stewart, Mrs. Gert- Learn Commercial Art .

DIXIE PHARMACY room of the church on May 16 at rude Styles Miss Gwendolyn Start Anytime Free Carnations With Each Purchase
8 o'clock. Shelton. Miss Vivian Edmunds,
1302. KINGS ROAD- et MYRTLE AVENUE Styles for children youth and Alphonso Weathersbee Mrs.

PHONES CL 3-35f7-98 adults will be featured and talented Gloria Coleman Richard Huggins AMERICAN ICE CREAM '2pUs ._

Y/t DHw, W. Alt fill All Doctors' fnicrlptim* youths will appear in vari- Edward Benthone Tom Collins SCHOOL OF ART

TELEPHONE ous numbers. and Miss Ruth Bailey. TELEPHONE BILLS MONEY ORDERS.
Joe H. James is Sunday School The president, Nathaniel Davis, 106 EAST RAY STREET MOTHERS DAY CANDY- & CAR ts':
BILLS AT superintendent and :Mrs. E.. M. is urging all members to attend 2d lies

I Hurley is counselor for.the group. the meeting on time.



"p.SetI$.._ THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday. Moy 1J, 1.54

Sweetf ield Baptist Church In Dual Anniversary Observance

I Local Miiislers Will Parlicipale '' Mt. Vernon Ushers Sponsor Pineapple Sip .1 f fAs Churches Of! God Si. Harks Baptist

In Sweelfield Anniversary EventsSpecial -, ar In Assembly Slates Hen's DayMen's

The thirty-second annual assem- Day will be observed

services will be held in bly of the Church of God began throughout Sunday in the St.

the Sweefield Baptist Church I Shiloh Women Monday and will continue through Mark Baptist Church, Clay and

honoring the first anniversary of Sunday night. The meeting is Caroline Streets.

the pastor the Rev. G. W. Phillipsand Complele Plans being conducted in the Church of The afternoon message will be

the 45th anniversary of the x God auditorium. Presiding BishopW. delivered by the Rev. Hill Norris
church beginning May 14 and L. Ford is Overseer of the Jr., of the St. Mathew Baptist

ending May 21.Preopening For Observance > k Churches of God and Moderatorof Church. Officers and members of
service, will begin the Assembly.On the Galilee Baptist Church.Brunswick .

May 13 with the Rev. J. C. Sams Monday, May 14 at 7:30 Ga., will be present
The women of the Shiloh Bap-
and congregation of the First o'clock, the Honorable Haydon Dinner will be served on the
tist Church'have completed,plans
Baptist Church,rendering an after Burns will bring a welcome ad- church grounds at 1:30 o'clock.On .
for the annual women's day observance -
service. xy dress in behalf of the city. P. C. May 18, the Rev. G. Curry,
for May 27. The general
May 14, the Rev.W. C. Mitchellof committee elected. Hickson will be host pastor. pastor of the Friendship Baptist

the Little Rock Church and the Y4o Tuesday: May 15,"the Rev. A. J. Church will have charge of the

Rev.M.J.Trowell of the St Luke Mrs. Mary; Palmer is chairman Bell pastor, New Albany, Missis- services. Accompanying him will

Baptist Church and the Rev. W. with Mrs. Frankie Thompson as sippi and Carbon Hill Alabama be the choirs and congregation.This .
co-chairman and
,E. Young of the Tabernacle Bap- Mrs. Georgia will deliver the sermon. service is sponsored by Roy
and Mrs. Juanita Holmesas
tist Church will conduct services Wednesday, May 16, special Adams.
assistants. The finance committee
sponsored by districts 2 and 3. prayer and healing service be-
members Mrs. Lillian
Words of appreciation will be are. fT b v? M 4 finlning at 6:00 a. m. Other serv-
given by J. W. Anderson. Saunders, chairman;: Mrs. Gert- ices will be held at 10 a. m., 2 p. Rev. Joseph Harper
rude Mrs. Lillian Tim-
Tuesday, May 15 the Rev. C. C. mons,Teasley Mrs. Pearlene, Cooper, Mrs. : ''t TIU, '4:30 p. m,6p.m,8p.m, Slated To PreachAt

Daniels of the Mt. Carmel Baptist Fannie Brown Mrs. Constance ,,, and 9:40 p. m. Mt. Tabor
"' "iIiiIL 'i -;)'< ;'; -J6/ and ChurchThe
Thursday Friday Saturday
E. V. Grantof
Church and the Rev. Jones and Mrs. Sula .
the Julington Baptist Church Wells. SCENE OF SOCIAL EVENT Participants in the Pineapple Sip which was held in ihe home of Sunday services will include

will be in charge in the interestsof The public relations committeeis Mrs. Bessie Waddell at 1355 West 10th Street last Sunday are shown here. From left are: Mrs. Bessie Prayer, healing addresses, sing- Rev. Joseph Hopper, Jr.

districts 3 and 4. composed of Mrs. Edna Jack- WaddelL Mrs. Rebecca Smith. Mrs. Mattie Laxemby J. Dixon. Mrs. Ella B. Humphrey Mrs. Josie ing and memorial services. will preach in an after service

The Rev. Hill Norris, Jr., of the son, chairman; Mrs. Alice Mack Stamp Mrs. Gussie Rucker Mrs. Era Dixon. Mrs. Lula Wilson. and Mrs. Lois Battles. Sunday, May 13 in the Mt. Tabor
Mrs. Carrie Alson and Mrs. Grace Baptist Church, Fifth* and Mt.
St Matthew Baptist Church and .
Herman Streets in the interest
Maultsby. of
the Rev. S. Gaston of the St Mat- Midway AME Church I BAPTIST MINISTERS SegregationistsGiven
Youth District 5.
thew Baptist Church will be in Members of the music committee CongressTo
TO MEET MONDAY The Rev. Hopper is the
grandson -
charge in the interest of districts are Mrs. Josephine Browning Announces ActivitiesIt Set-Back
Mrs. Margaret Dennis Mrs. Alyce of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Barnett -
6 and 8. Remarks will be made Be Held HereThe
by Mose Brooks. Roberts Mrs. Sallie Furman and The Baptist Ministers Brother- and nephew of Mr and Mrs.

On Thursday 7:30 p. m, the Mrs. Alice MackBeautification has been announced that hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Washington The Supreme Jake Williams.

Rev. H. H. Wright of teh Ever- committee; chair- services at Midway AME Church 24th session of the National ties* will meet Monday May 14th. Court handed segregationists anew

green Baptist Church will ''have man, Mrs. Mamie Alexander; Mrs. will be held in the usual manner Youth Congress will be held in at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist i setback Monday by reaffirm- Midway TabernacleTo
with Sunday School beginning at Church. Rev. G. S. Stokes will !ing that Qualified Negro students
.charge of the .services in the in- Justine Henderson, Mrs. Ollie the Church of God auditorium, lo- Present
9:30 a. m. with the Superintendent cated at Steele and Blue Streets, preview the Sunday School lesson must be admitted to state-sup-
terest of districts 10 and choir 1. Kelsey, Mrs. Susie Saunders and .
in and Rev. Grines will the ported undergraduate colleges.In .
Mrs. Gladys Carroll will give Mrs. Rosa Redmond. charge. May 1320. I give
words of appreciation.The Hostesses At 11 a. m. the morning wor- The Rev. E. D. Cobbs, National order of the day. a second case, the court refused Arlington The senior choir of
Mrs. Laura Coleman
: the
Midway Tabernacle
Rev. H. H. Robinson is the to consider a challenge by Baptist
Rev. H. R. Wilson of the ship will begin with the Rev. J. Youth Director will preside.
Mrs. Erma Multrew
i and Mrs. Od- Church will
Bethel Baptist Church will preach I Allen in charge assisted by Rev.G. Services Sunday are scheduledto president and Rev. G. W. Milleris the National Lawyers, Guild to present a musical
Mack. program Sunday, May 13 at 8
the the authority of Atty. Gen. Her
on Friday in the interest of the Ushers Mrs. Small and Rev. E. Sherman. begin at 9:30 a: m. At 3:30 p. m. reporter.Citizens
: Ruby Kitchings, p. m.
Brownell Jr. who is tryingto
Sunday'School and usher board 1. Mrs. The A.C.E. League will beginat there will be a discussion from
Josephine Brown, Mrs. Betty pin a subversive label on that Mrs. Anna Murrell will serve as
Expressions of gratitude will be Kennedy Mrs. Dell Greene. 5:30: p. m. and the evening serv- "Phases of the Sunday School mistress of ceremonies. The Wil-
made McKinnon. ices will begin at 6:30 with Work." Other services will be BalkOfficial's organization.The
byR. m.
Mrs. Jimmie Davis, chairman; p. segregation case involvedan liams Trio, Mrs. Phyllis Brooks,
May 21, the Rev. J. J. Jones of Mrs. Clara Jones and presidentsof the ministers in charge. A special held at 6p.m,8p.m.and9:30 appeal by Louisiana State Uni- Miss Nellie Graham, Preston

The Antioch Baptist Church will. the districts are sponsors of the Mother's Day message has been p. m. Stand versity from a lower court ruling Brooks Mrs. Jessie Mae Polke,
preach. He is sponsored by the observance. prepared. Choir 2 and Usher Other discussions ,on the sub- Lawrence Taylor and the junior
that it must admit Alexander P.
youth department and BYPU. Board 2 will serve throughout the jects, "Thy Kingdom Come, "The
Sunday School and BTU depart- choir'will the
On Tureaud Jr. Negro man who has appear on program.
Heavens Shall Pass Away, "Hal-
The history of the group will be
ments: adults, Mrs. Linnie Sutton day.The been seeking admission to LSU Mrs. Carolyn Royal is presidentof
lowed Be Name" and
given by Mrs. M. L. Aandersonand and Mrs. Theresa Wilson. Young activities will prevail as Thy "Spiritual since 1953 to its undergraduateschool. the choir and the Rev. G. L.
be made from
words appreciation by A. people, Mrs. Alice Woods. Juniors usual. Choir 3 will hold its regu- Ventures" will St. Petersburg -The Cooperative In a terse order, with no Boyd is minister of the church.
D. Grant The Rev. Mr:Phillips and primary, Mrs. Erma Baety lar monthly meeting Sunday, May May 14-18 respectively. Citizens Committee, a group written opinion the court dismissed -

will make the closing remarks. and Mrs.Juanita McLendon. BTU 13th, at 4 p. m. in the home of Saturday, May 19 at 6 p. m., representing several Negro organ- the appeaL Missionary GroupTo

Mrs. Blanche Scott and Mrs. B. Miss Barbara Jefferson, 1563 Harrison recitals, essays and other pro- izations, in a letter to City, Mana-
StreetPulpit grams will be featured.On Honor Mothers
Baker. ger Ross Windom protested his
PNEY CHILDREN" Announcements will be made May 20, the program will stand that city operated buses will Brokenborough Group

by Mrs. Daisy Kelsey for the T terminate. The singers from Ft maintain segregation. Observes Mothers Day All mothers will be honored

ON PROGRAMPiney morning sessions and Mrs. Mary Pierce will appear at 4:30 p. m. Windom announced that city Sunday at_G p. m. by the Missionary -

Lewis, evening.Jerusalem. Board buses would continue on a segre- The Brokenborough Mission Society of the Zion Baptist

Children from the Mt Mrs. Alta WashingtonTo gated basis after the U. S. Su- will observe "Mother's Day" witha Church in the auditorium of the

Olive Baptist and Prince Chapel preme Court's recent decision on program beginning at 3:15: church.

AME Churches of Nassauville will Baptist Sponsors Event! Present ProgramA a South Carolina case banning o'clock. The mission is located at Special recognition i II be

participate on .a program on Slates segregation on buses. 642 W. 10th Street, back of the given to Mrs. Lillian Bembry and
Mother's Day at 3 p.in. in Harper Women's DayThe program will be presented by The letter said Windom's posi- Duval Medical Center. Mrs. Doris Quarterman, the old-
The Pulpit Aid Board of the Mrs. Alta S. Mon-
Chapel Baptist ChurchThe Washington on est and mothers
tion that segregation will continueis Solos will be rendered by Miss youngest respec-
Rev. J. W. Simmons, assist- Jerusalem Baptist Churchon New Bethel AME Church will day, May 14, at 7:45 p. m. in the "entirely false. It added that Patsy Davis Miss Milinese Bryant tively. The Rev. Charles J. Crosby

ant pastor of the church will deliver the Southside will observe Wo- sponsor a Mother's Day Tea Sun Bethel Baptist Church in behalfof Negro citizens will be satisfied and Phillis Thomas. Mrs. Lou- pastor of the Mt Pleasant Baptist
men's Day on Sunday, May 13. day in the home of Mr. and Mrs., district 5.
the message. with nothing less than first class venia Wilcox and Mrs. Annie Tar- Church will give the annual ser
Mrs. Laura Dell Rhodes is sponsoring Mrs. ,Beulah, Alston will open Gerald Alston, 1665 Pearce St' A program of music will be citizenship. ver will give readings. Mrs. Lula mon. Mrs. Alma Brown is mistressof
;the group.JUNIOR the Sunday School service at 9:30 from 3:30 to 5:30: p. m. rendered by Mrs. A.. A. Whitlowand ceremonies.
Windom had no comment on Hampton of the First Corinth
a. m. The Male Chorus of Miss Lydia Cutten from 7:45
the St Paul
this protest but explained he be- Baptist Church will deliver the
The Rev. Mrs. Ruth E. Brown to 8
AME Church will render several p. m.
lieved white and Negro citizens main address. Others to appear on
CRUSADERS will deliver the morning message selections in addition to a pro- A short comedy drama "Meet wanted segregation maintainedand the program are Mrs. Annie Behn PATRONIZEOUR

beginningt promptly at 11 a. m. gram featuring talented personsof the Boss" will be portrayed by
he saw no reason to change and Mrs. Dorothy Felder.
GROUP IS FORMEDUnder A program has been plannedfor the community. Eugene Griffin, Gladys Bargeron this policy. lie also said he plansno

3 p. m. Miss Blondell McCat- Carrie Richardson, James Bailey, meeting with the Negro ADVERTISERSNLLTMEPLM

the supervision of Mrs. try is the guest speaker. Jr. and Mary Jones.A FLORIDA.STAR.

J. L. Terry and Mrs. F. T. Johnsona Evening worship is scheduledto Biblical drama'"The parableof I groups. IN EVERY

youth organization has been begin-at 7 p. m. with the Rev. Signing Of Edict the debtors" will also be pre- COLORED HOME

organized in.the Day Spring Bap- Amanda Anderson listed as the sented by Helen Bailey, Alta OH STOMICIIPSET
AMEs Praised
tist Church. The organization has guest speaker. Washington Georgia Lewis,

been named, "The Junior Crusaders. Choirs 1 and 2 will serve thru- On Segregation Helen Bargeron, James Bailey, Kail-alive soon stomach headachy),Black-Draught when constipation -

." out the day along with the ushers Sr. Mable McLendon, Willie L. By President Learn Commercial Art relieves consUpat.on overnight.,
Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
..Elected as president was Miss from the Bethel Baptist Church. Mack and James Bailey, Jr. Start AnytimoC. lanftt-Stmudi SmttNV Moots tmti&Ll

Judy Bullock; chairman, Miss To Be ObservedMiami I. APPROVED No harsh crlplnf. Made from pure
MIAMI Bishop Carey A. vegetable h rbl. Thoroughly but
Verdelle Bailey; treasurer, Betty Choir AMERICAN '
Mt. Moriah fenUy cloned Intestines.
Gibbs of Jacksonville received the ting .
Powell; financial secretary, Isaac Robert Bunkley Club Brings o Effl relief in pyy *fay
The second anniver- To Present ProgramChoir following wire from President SCHOOL OF ART Then Ills looks sunny a tain I Get
Green chaplain, Eugenia Thomas; Black-Draught today.
Schedules Meeting sary of the signing of the Supreme Eisenhower commending the Afri- Moved To New Location
chairman of committee, so asuas Tebieta.'reeded
Court's order barring segregation 2 of the Mt Moriah AME can Methodist Episcopal Church's 104 EAST BAY STREET isrrtsti
Juanita Harris, and chairman of vet
Robert Bunkley Club, District in schools. May 17, will Church will render a Mother's efforts to promote human well 24 Floor .e.e.eewreo. .iemna"4YSi -

.public relations, James Monroe. 15 of the, Second Baptist Church be observed by Negroes in eleven Day program on Sunday May 13, being t:= alatdi i

will meet Sunday, May 13, in the states by fasting and prayer.: at 7 o'clock. "I congratulate all of you on

LEARN 'TO DRIVE home of Mr.and Mrs.1-iose Lewis, The Rev. Dr.Joseph H. Jackson Soloists will be Miss Barbara your continuing endeavors to

1355 Hart Street at 4 p.'m. Chicago, president of the National Robinson and Mrs. Hattie May- strengthen the understanding of "The SAA

Tho Qukke The EahntWay Plans will be made for the annual Baptist Convention, says the observance berry. spiritual principles and to pro- .

Ta Loan homecoming in.the month of will _be marked in Illinois Following the program, the.Rev.E. mote human well being in the He"FREDDIE '

AJAXDRIVING June in this meeting. New York, Pennsylvania A. Cromddy and congregationfrom communities and rural areas you Helped ..

New Jersey, Wisconsin Mississippi. the St Paul Baptist Church represent"i

SCHOOL Texas Oklahoma, Georgia will render an after service. Says ,

CALL: EL 4-0639 West Friendship Alabama Tennessee.. The church is located on Stone- PATRONIZE

George Perpeaa wall Street corner Oak. j LEE JOHNSONof

The Rev. T. IL Pittman is pas- Florida StarAdvertisers

1134 W. 5th Street Sels Observance Jax ChurchwomenHead tor of the church.Mother's f
1657 W. Seventh Street

Mother's Day Tea for QUICK RELIEF of Jacksonville, Florida"In
Annual women's day will be

fel ReiefotPAIN : observed Sunday throughout the Day ProgramMesdames To Be Held In Home
HEADACHENEURALGIA November 19S5 a man was track by my cut and died as
day in the West Friendship Bap- Of Mrs. F. W. ErvinThe the result of injuries. I was charged" with manslaughter sad placed
tist Church beginning with the Minnie Smith gen- under arrest" -

Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. with eral chairman and Mrs. Cecelia "I 7 immediately. contacted the SAA of which I had been a mca-
Mrs. Rosa L. Nix superintendentin Minis, co-chairman for the Women's home of Mr,and Mrs. F. W. bar for some ti... "In 0 matter .f minutes my bond had been posted
Ave, will Bee Paim cf Het&d* and I was released.
Ervin. 1504 Evergreen
Day in the
"> program Elizabeth
charge. Tba Southeaster. Automobile. Association; provided one with
laM PAINS .* HtAOACHt NtUftAL Morning worship is scheduledto Baptist Church have completed be the meeting place for the Mo- Nesnuga Nemttb w& legal aid and I was acquitted at the preliminary hearing. All .f this

G'''. MtUKlTI* .' OWDaR whft fTANIACK$. CTANoACK TAB.IKY it. begin at 11 a. m. The Rev. Alta plans for the event.scheduled for ther's Day Tea on Sunday from 4 Qakk AID STANBACXTetSTANBACK was 4.... at .. cost to ma other tfcan my regular. ,,..iu... I will

... ... tatroeta f.r.... ... TAN Washington will deliver the Sunday. May 13. to 6 p. m. of District 1 of the .**fa*. always bo grateful to SAA and heartily recommend the SAA to .,..ry1ItOf0rist.H
message -
BACK ...*.. Mvorol nn Uotty (..- .
.. r..lxv.f. tat* ... My I* ....* and will be introduced by Assisting these ladies is Mrs. Bethel Baptist Church.A E7 preptntiMt -
Tk..1d.4 ......v..M e, ..... program is planned for this wf&ed Setcjckk boor FOR THE SAME PROTECTION
NtfkTlKt l.en/is.tl orie tester.MMR ._ Mrs. B. W. Williams.At yicey Moore, Miss Ethel Culver,
.................... u.1tQ ....S... 3 p. m, Mrs. Helen Roux Mrs. Mary K. Woolfolk, Miss Hor- occasion and a mother from the relief tone CALL
> OWOmeeftyillff. pete district is to receive special honor. 8-
principal of Wesconnett School tense Jones. Mrs. Clara Davis, r

TeHlTANIACIC .s..W.. will be the_speaker and will be Mrs. Sarah Johnson Mrs. Lenora W SOUTHEASTERHAUTOMOBILE -

'-=:= : introduced by- Miss. Margaret. Stewart: Miss Lola Culver, Miss YourEditorial IHif

YWw.u-fv.r 1 Clayton. ..t. Lillie M.Jones, Miss Dorothy Culver Page I ASSOCIATION

; Mrs. Cassie Mae Mitchell is the and Mrs. Daisy McBob.

.8 general chairman and Mrs. Lillie Mrs. C. L. Culver will act as Speaks for Progress I. 410 IKOAD STRICT PHONE IL 3-1171
Masoalc ....
Mae Matthews Is cochairman.j j I pastor for the day. Read Page 2 Temple .rE




Saturday. May 12, 1956 THE fLQIUbA STAR

'01. Seven

L 5P-QirQ* fQ S 1 Sara** >


Henry Aaron Looms As National League's Top Batter r.e. post amazing 1

.,., ,, tfmkptdJ


Former Jax Braves Oiifielder GREATEST" FIGHTS of the CENTURY Archie MooreIs J Dodgers Invited Primo Camera

Predicted! To Be SUGAR R.4Yeo4sh41oAJco &1' Riled Top To
70 t477s' oocEwE s//r In HeavyClass I
of baseball's 777.EN ONE OF 711E The
Many experts who possess some MOST Brooklyn MONICA, Calif. -

of the keenest minds of the game are well set in their belief thatflyearold F/QHTS G/2UELL/NG Oc' CIE..dr CENT7/RY GREAT' Dodgers have been invited to visit Primo Camera, the Big Wild Bull

Henry Aaron of the Milwaukee Braves will be the Na- r NEW YORK Since the retirement Japan after the 1956 season for a of the Pampas, former heavy-

tional League's batting champion in 1956. : of heavyweight cham- five-week tour, similar to the trip i weight boxing champion has sued

During spring training exhibitions -, FEBC4/ pion Rocky Marciano, the latest the New York Yankees made last Columbia Pictures for one anda

Aaron batted .552 againstthe monthly ratings by Ring Maga- fall.At half million dollars charging invasion

Brooklyn Dodgers,,the team it Althea Gibson j :. zine list light heavyweight cham- this time no decision has of his privacy in the film

is believed the Braves will haveto pion Archie Moore as the No. 1 been made by the World Cham- "The Harder They Fall."

beat out for the pennant. When heavyweight in the world. pions who are polling the Dodger
03 The huge Camera
contends thepicture
Walter Alston manager of the Eyes World Title Floyd Patterson, previously players: to get their reaction."If has caused him to be subjected -
Dodgers was told of Aaron's hit- ranked as Moore's top challengerin and when the plan is finalized I
to and
scorn ridicule and
ting rampage against'the }world's: the 175-pound division moves an announcement will be that
as a result of it he has lost
champions Alston said: "What's up to No. 5 in the heavy division. made," said Arthur Patterson, as- the respect and admiration of his

more he's likely to hit .552 all ? Nat Fleischer, Ring editor, said sistant general manager of the friends.
season. he moved up Patterson becausehis Brooklyn club.

The last issue of Look Magazine b, Nk manager, Gus D'Amato already "I've seen Japan once (in the The suit said that although its

paid high tribute to the young had claimed the heavyweight Army) and there's nothing thereI makers claim the 1ilm's hero Toro

Mobile Alabama sensation of the title and also because a want to see again," said Carl Moreno does not depict Camera

Milwaukee Braves. Look says he match was imminent between i Furillo. Duke Snider said he does he is identifiable-as such because

is the man to beat for the'crown. TN/S Patterson and Tommy (Hurri- not think he could spare the time if his build and weight. Morenois '
,/ QVE st/a r characterized
Early last year, the remark was a1Y SZEi cane) Jackson, the No 2 heavy. from his business interests in a stupid person -

made to Manager Charlie Grimmof The Patterson-Jackson match California but **I wouldn't say no unable to conduct business

the Braves that some day hasn't been signed but there are until I have talked it over some affairs, the suit stated.

young Hank would lead the Na- i signs it will be staged in Madison more." Camera fought some 500 fights

tional League in hitting. Grimm's Square Garden in June. In commenting on the invitation from 1928 through 1937, winning

reply was: "I don't know about LSOELD.. Bob Baker, the hard punching Commissioner Ford Frick about 480 of them, the suit said.

that. I'm all for it. I'll say that + 77/E&h L7e.. 1 Pittsburgh contender who lost a said the invitation came from Primo won the heavyweight title

someday he will be a terrific hit- /UEGNTT7LC1dJ1..i4. decision to Jackson during the "Japanese baseball." Frick said it in 1933 and lost it to Max Baer

ter because he is getting better '47 7 Yy4 fmter, is No. 3. Behind Baker would be a goodwill tour similarto the following year.

every day." comes Johnny Holman of Chicago the visit made by the Yankees."I The suit also names as a defend-

Grimm -watched as Aaron led M who meets Baker in a 12-round prefer to have one club rather ant Budd Schulberg. who several

his teammates in RBI's with 106, SPORTING IT UPBY elimination match at Miami than an all-star team make sucha years ago wrote the book on
I' % \n a a Ullw:) which the film is based.
he was second in home runs with Beach. trip, said the Commissioner..

27, tied for first in doubles with ROME, Italy-Negroes are grad- C. PARHAM JOHNSON After Patterson ames Johnny I

3? and second in triples with. 9, ually pushing their, way to the Summerlin of Detroit, followedby League.A .

first in the number of hits with front in all fields of sports since THE GOVERNMENT uncovered Brown boys who did a good job Willie Pastrano of New Or- poll of 14 managers alone. k a. INGROWNIAIL

189 and tied in runs scored with there is a good chance of a Negro I some documents showing the International in the relief role, Clint, Mace and leans, Harold Carter of Linden disclosed they selected Richie peg HURTING" YOUT

winning the women's singles ten- I Bpxing Club offered Lloyd. Who can ever forget Fire- N. J, Bob Satterfield of Chicagoand Ashburn of the Philadelphia Phil /iwldt4M,

106.Some of the experts compare former Heavyweight ChampionJoe bailer Joe Page of the Yankees. Eddie Machen of Redding, lies as the most overrated playerin KlIWJA

Aaron's batting style with Paul nis championship for the first Louis $150,000 to resign as Other great firemen included Jack Calif. Summerlin and Satterfieldare the National League and AI t v fnm infm tonncatiu** OUTCRO pato.f Wte liigi*.-tlinilreHef ftafl.

Waner and Joe Medwick, two of time titleholder and sign the four lead Russell, Charley Root who was matched for a May 23 bout in Rosen of the Cleveland Indians as OUTGRO.t.l.Dow fcMffean*UM..*tk.alda q+d i+r..4 doe

the game's greatest hitters. Althea Gibson,of New York and ing challengers to exclusive eon- one of the best in the business as Detroit. the most overrated in the American ,.I..v.vntt foKbarpaia l.W.at all drac.J'b.e.mr.tt.Ourp'-_ n.

Aaron's relaxation at the plate is formerly of Florida A & M Uni- tracts as the monopoly trial of the a starter; Dutch Leonard, Hugh League.

. a likeness of Warner's and his versity, nine times American Ne- IBC; continued in New York City. Caseyk and Ace Adams.

tendency to go for bad pitches is: gro champion, thinks the most The government said that an Big Jim Konstanty did such a Don NewcombeIs

almost the duplicate of the Med coveted women's title is practi- agreement was reached in 1948 job with the Philadelphia Philliesin CHAMPION'SMEN'S

wick style! cally within her grasp. and the then champion turned helping to pitch the Phillies Overrated
of is destined over the contracts to the IBC for a in 1950 their
Aaron at 22, years age "My playing is better now than pennant first in WEAR
'to become one of the games $150.000. 41years. Konstanty appeared in ---
ever before, and I think my NEW YORK A report given
greatest hitters and it is expectedthat ERNIE BANKS, the slugging ,74 games. One of the best in the You
chances of winning are very out by a national magazine said Factory-To- -
he will annex the National after shortstop of the Chicago Cubs, is business now is Ellis Kinder;for-
good, she said confidently that a poll of major league players -
in 1956. of the hitters billed merly of the Boston Red Sox
League's batting crown winning in short order from her one heavy as and and managers named the
the great sluggers of all time but now of the St. Louis Cardinals. I
opponent in the important Rome Brooklyn Dodgers' big right- Short Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.59Finest
he has already started sluggingthe MANY MAJOR LEAGUE
No International championships.The hander, Don Newcombe as the
surgeryIedto old horsehide in his regular CLUBS now have top notch relief! Quality
record books give supportto most overrated player in the Na-
home run fashion which means pitchers Brooklyn has Roger Dress Slacks $3.98
who has tional League and Yankee out-
Miss Gibson, a long
reduce swelling that the slim lightweight sluggercan Craig, who developed into a'starter "fftff ALTtKATIONS" -
list of firsts to her credit. She was fielder Hank Bauer as the most
not be counted out of the : Don BessenL Clem Labine and
run- Stretch Sox 3-for
Nylon $1.00Latest
the first Negro to compete in the underrated player in the American -
c of piles! ning this year. Ed Roebuck: Cleveland Ray
American Indoor championships, League. Styles and Colon
In doe or'. teats, amazing new losing to Nancy Chaffee in the THE BIG BAT of Willie Maysis Narleski and Don Mossi Giants Jim Piersall of the Boston Red Straw Hats $1.98
Stablest Pan Instantly relieved final in 1949. unusually silent these early The ever dependable Hoyt Wil- Sox was voted the most overrated
pOer torture Gave Internal and helm Marv. Grissom and
days of the 1956 season. The Windy
Taal relief-without surgery llisc::; Gibson was the first Negro McCalL player in the American League USE OUR CONVENIENT LAY-AWAY. HAN -
tngred1ents reISe1'e Giant star who has been picked to and Wally Post of the Cincinnati
tnttantlyl Reduce :also to play in the championships pace the home run derby this:year MICKEY MANTLE says he Redlegs was named the most un- 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
Promo e healing.You sit it Forest Hill and Wimbledon and would just like to be
stainless has had trouble getting started. Mickey in the National
walk in comf Only pile player
the first to achieve a first ,ten-
remedy. Stainless Pazo Suppositories But for Willie this nls not overly "Mantle. He prefers not to be
or Oatmentiduegista.WATCH nis ranking in America boresome. A great number of his I compared with Babe Ruth or Lou

On her current world tour Miss 51 homers last year came when Gehrig, Jimmy Dykes or Hank

Gibson has won 11 tournaments 'he suddenly'broke into the home Greenberg. Mantle Says "I'll set-

THIS CLOWN and she is top seeded in the pres- ,run rush. tle for a good year." Nothing
ent tournament and none of the JESSE OWENS, the great Am-
HAROLD JOHNSON who received -
other: touring girls have given her erican sprinter who won, fame in finer
51-72-9 a severe suspension from
any sermious trouble. When the America and abroad said in a
the ring at the height of his ca-!
415-8-962 games are finished in Rome, Miss speech at Texas Southern University :
reer is now bedded down with an 13 in
Gibson will play in the Paris "Athletics have served as a
arm.ailment. The one great Question -
tournament and then go to Lon- means understanding betweenthe
7 3o now is, "Is this the end of a -
don for training on grass courts. peoples of different nations of American
brilliant future?
3 That is part of the Wimbledon the world." The various lean-

9 preparation.Her EARL (Buck) HUNTLY. of captains and the coaches were' -
recent captured titles are: Southern "University seems to be introduced. .' .

44-20-16 International tournaments at Pal headed toward a very brilliant BILLY GOODMAN the only .
baseball he add-
ermo. Naples, Genoa and Florence career. Recently .300 hitter on the Red Sox team
274-35-468 ed another no hit. no run feat to
Italy. Before those events she besides Ted Williams being
won the All-India women's sin- a very brilliant career when he pushed off second base because of spa : i'' J tf

... .... W OSoaMtiiMt gles at New Delhi an Asian set the Bishop College Tigers' the coming to the Red Sox of Don
"'. dews down for a 10-0 victory. During!
championship at Calcutta the Buddin who broke in at shortstop,
H. adds, subtracts mound I
this turn on Hunlly
Ht work it .11!! around. German indoor championship at thus moving Billy Klauss over to :41t1
struck out 10 of the Tigers.
Cologna, the French indoor title second base. Buddin is a rookie.

at Paris, the Lyons and Cannes WILLIE MAYS of the New BASEBALL FANS, have you
FOR MAY titles and the Monte Carlo crown. |York Giants holds a fondness for thought over the records of the

31-62=48 I She lost once to Angela ,Mortimer Ebbets Field in Brooklyn next to opening day pitchers in the major

England'in Egypt. his fondness for the Polo Grounds, leagues? Well here are the top

for hitting home runs. Mays hit men in the box on opening day.

15 homers in Brooklyn with not WaIter Johnson. with nine victories ; gliTy ,

more than eight in any other park in 14 starts, is the leader.
STEAIID.1st RAttGER"SUN. except the Polo Grounds, wherehe The Washington Senators speed- k

hit 42 over the two-year"period. bailer posted seven shutouts in

THRU SAT. pius: 'LT. WORE SKIRTS" Eddie Matthews of the Braves openers and won his last n 1926

MAY 1319 BOTH TECHNICOLOR does better in St. Louis than any- when he blanked the Athletics

where outside of Milwaukee. His 1-0 in IS innings.

ROOSEVELTSKY VIEW two-year total shows 12 in St. Robin Roberts of the Phillies. s..

Louis with 36 at home. has pitched the last six opening w --

Su. T..a. May 13 .15 IN SPEAKING OF RELIEF games. He won three lost three
loth lit Rust Su. Tres. May 13.15 PITCHERS. baseball fans will re- and went the route five times.

"E.f fORES-- ."LOVE C.M ME, oad OR Doris LEAVE Day MESt. member such names as Firpo Mar- Rapid Robert Feller of the Cleve- _,, May is National Tavern Month.
: "ry 2 7 GUN Deadly LADY"$.ial a.eI. "BETRAYED WOMEN"PI..s berry the man who helped to land Indians has won four games, Why not dine oat tonight?

pitch Washington to a pennant in three by shutouts. He has made
Wed i Than.May 16.17 Wed L Thurs. May 1617HI. 1924: Wilcy Moore. who helped to seven starts and the best was in
HOURS" IN' AFRICA" win for Washington by workingin 1940 when he stopped the White
Plus: New Hit Richard Coate
"CASE OF RfD MONKEY" Plus: "BEDEVILED" 50 games for the 1927 Yankees: Sox with a no hitter the only one

Johnny Murphy. of the Yankees ever pitched in the American CAIJVEKT
Fri. i Sot. May 1819 Fri. i Sat. May 18. "
oldsters of baseball rate
many League on opening day.
.. ... Murphy as the peer of all relief After being knocked out in his
CREATURE ATOM BRAIN" "MIGHTY JOE YOUNG" pitchers who worked with the first start as a pitcher in an opener -

Yankees between 1936 and 1943 Bob Lemon of'the Cleveland IN THE GREAT TRADITION OF AMERICAN WHISKEY
KID-S' SATURDAY' during which time the Bronx Indians has come on to win threein .

ROOS VEL Bonkers won seven pennants.The allowing only two runs
a row,
twin iismuts ti..I.T.C. tuiui tilun H.J rim is* CUll mmi JWITJ
Yankees also had the and eight hits during that time,


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Saturday 19S
May 12.


Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers


. : .: Chips Off The BlocksBY Knights Of Pythias Officials 1st RUN ROOSEVELT SUNDAY I

f ,w;$;',; .h.'" I j r


"Their cup runneth over, and there was joy enJ"fWhere.We i
can think of no better words to describe the feelings of all of "Aunt

Haggar Chillum" last Tuesday night. The occasion was the nomination 4

of Ernest Jackson as Justice of the Peace in the second, dis

trict. :Jackson's win marks the first time a man of color'has been

elected to public elective office in this town since the turn of the k r

century.The last colored office holder is still living. He is Mr. George 'TiI

Hois Sr. who lives in ,the 1400 block of Daji Street. Mr. Ross was

former councilman of the old sixth ward. 1 "

We.can best describe the events of Tuesday in a sort of "Drag-

net" 'style. 7:00 p_m.-Polls closed. Sam and us are happy and confident 1 c, e 'c

We had licked them. 8:30 p. m.-First precincts reported. Sam

and us sort of shocked. She leads. 10:30 p. m.-All but four precinctsin ; .

over TV. We trail far behind. Gloom everywhere. 11:30-"Needles" s ___-

Jackson finished fast and wins in-a big rush. That's it.

The victory of,Ernest Jackson in the primaries was a team vic- k p T 5 '
tory. It is a feather in the cap of the organization of which Jacksonis I1i
SC ;
,president but members 'of other organizations worked long and r a Here's a scene from the new motion picture. "THE EVIL FOR-
V...__ ,, } ..h:7i.d: ., ,'l. .
> : 1. .. 01, EST
its initial
hard. the of having
Big men gave use their cars; little men walked and beg- R. A. HESTER ----- Jacksonville showing on Sunday through

ged others to join them. Everybody helped a little. Even at that I Supreme Chancellor R. A. DRIESBACH, I H. MANNING EFFERSON Tuesday at the Roosevelt Theater. It is the story of the seven I

feel that we haven't too much to crow about Grand Chancellor I Grand Master of Exchequer deadly sins and combines a religious theme with spectacular action

The majority should have been much more. A whole heap of us p '" '. ..._ ... ____ and drama. Co-hit also new. is "TWO GUN LADY" western hit.
------------ -
stayed home. The few dark clouds and rain drops shooed us in. On s

the part of the various organixations. many did nothing against

Jackson but did nothing for him. There was too much pettiness on South Carolina FRATERNAL NOTESThe

the part of many of our old political.leaders." We hope the day will

come when we will forget our differences and work for the good of Continues Us Masonic Club of the Prince
the race. One leader" stated that the reason he was not carrying Hall
Mason will meet Sunday,
Jackson on his "ticket" was because no-one had approached him. Oneor 9
t Bus May 13th at 4 p. m. in the Sey
two others expressed themselves as having been snubbed by the 8"a SegregationCOLUMBIA
1 e mours Hal!, corer SrJ end: Davis
Jackson managers. We admit: the Jackson board of strategy may have
Sts All members
are urged to be
made few tactical There two thinks in the
a errors. are one or cam-
x S. C. -The South present. Business of importancewill
which have looked ""dealish" outsider. Butregardless -
paign an
may Carolina Public
Service Commis- be d'scus-wd! Washington
blame of the of Ham should have rallied to the t '
every one sons nom sion said Thursday the U. S. Su- Williams is the president.
Jackson banner if for no other reason than the color of his skin. -- Court has
b t preme not ruled on
This coupled with the fact he is more than.qualified makes the laggards t _w intrastate travel segregation laws

sound absurd. Most white men. regardless of his education. 1P -and explained why it thinks so. FBI CHiEF

statue or position pickc up the lilly white banner to "keep us in our ex It said South Carolina laws requiring -
places." Why can't we rally behind one of our own as we do behind white and Continued
;; Negro passen- ( from Page 1)
other candidates? gers to ride separately on trains Hoover warned against what he
We hate to believe some things but actions force us to do so. : ii and buses within the state "are called "hotheads on either side" of

Take the case of the Duval County Democratic Alliance. The group l in full force and effect" despitea the racial segregation dispute. He

endorsed Jackson but when the "ticket" came out he was not on recent action of the U. S. Supreme praised Southern newspapers,

it. Was it because of the aforementioned pettiness? Could it have D. W. PERKINS I RELEFORD McGRIFF F. HENRY WILLIAMS Court. which he said almost without exception -

been because of a local version of the famous "check with H rryHopkins" Grand Attorney Grand Keeper of Seals & Records; Member of Mortuary Board The Supreme Court refused have advocated a moder-
deal of the Roosevelt administration and the shook
powers April 23 to review a case from ate course and have urged that
their beads? Or could it have been because of the rather flimsy excuse PYTHIANS Shown here are officers of the Knights of Pythias who will participate in the an Columbia in which a Negro woman violence in any form be eschewed.The .

the leader gave. Frankly we don't see why in the heck they had nual sessions to be held in Daytona starting May 13. Sara Mae Flemming, sued government official added:

to have a meeting to endorse Jackson. He should have-led the ticket the city bus operators for $25,000 'This whole situation has been

What do you John Public think? Divorces because a driver insisted she sit charged: with emotionalism and
Court Seeks
John Pickens telling all the people how Nip Sams pawned him Rule On School SegregationCalled 1 I separate from white passengers.The deep feeling but even in the past
in St. Augustine. Seems as the Nip pawned Pickens and a spare tire
refusal three
to review months we have seen a not
for eight dollars The local politicos are looking for Ed "Ex-poli "Host Important Advance"NEW From 3 HusbandsDADE has been widely interpreted as able quieting down.

ticking" Kohleman. We understand he,had made all preparations fora upholding a fourth circuit court "The feelings are still there, but
victory ball but had to cancel the same By the way Vermel of appeals ruling in the that there is
case a growing awareness of
YORK-In before the annual conference of the
a speech
Richardson is up on the latest correspondence from Pittsburgh.Had CITY-A woman filed bus segregation is unconstitutionaL the fact that the problems must
Councils of the State Commission against discrimination, Gov.
a publicity: release from Capitol Records., They sent a big suit in circuit court here seekinga Some dis be solved and that
government. lawyers this must be
Averell i Harriman ,descrbied the Supreme Court ruling on school,
remember him Little Jack Davis.
plug for Jackie Davis. Old-timers as- divorce from three husbands, all agreed. done in "
a responsible manner.
Jackie is being billed as the "King of the Hammond Organ" and is segregation, "the' most important moral advance of our time". I'' of whom she alleges have deserted Ruling Reversed
under the wing of the, famous Joe Glaser. In another spot the PRO He added to this "Yet this definition needs more than ever the her. In its
man calls JacJdethe fair-haired boy of Art Tatum" and says that moral backing of every citizen as well as the dedicated implementation -; ruling appeals court Lincoln University
of the courts, the Chief Executive, the states and the Congress". The woman asked the court to contradicted a district court decision -
Tatum refers to Jackie as the greatest Hammond organist in the business by Judge George Bell Tim- Honors Readers DigestThe
"Only zeal not moderation, can win the fight against intolerance.We grant her a divorce from husband
today. Sr. father of South Board of Curators of Lin-
1 and adivorce annulmentasto
must forward and do more'than restrain discrimination or
hotelman stopped ,by to
James "Rickey" Rickenbacker popular Carolina's governor-that coin University, Jefferson City,
her to husbands 2 and segre-
after it We must take to it" marriage
tell, us about the new motel he and his wife are operating. Just occurs. steps prevent 3. gation was not a valid cause of Mo.. and the faculty of the De-
drive out Avenue B and look for the Pine Breeze Inn Motel .. The action. partment of Journalism have

word is out around town the Two Spot will change hands. The new Class Moves In Her complaint was that she is The public service commissionsaid honored The Reader's Digest witha

owners plan to adopt a policy of first class top-flight entertainment. Carpentry Couple a woman of limited education and the sole reason the Supreme citation for the magazine's"significant

We really need something like this. ,, that in the town of Vicksburg, Court refused to review the case contribution to better

Ethel Spears, the Borden Lady has as her house guest Mrs. Slaris In DuvalEdward White Area; Gets Miss., where she lived it was not was not because of the segrega- human relations."

Pansy Sherrell of Chattanooga, Tenn. In addition to fine walking unusual for people to marry with- tion issue, but because it just will Awarded at Jefferson City on

horses and fine Jack Daniels, Tennessee exports fine ladies of I!! Threat In Note out obtaining divorces, that she not consider any case until a district April 18th the citation salutes
Benthone. principal
Before the political campaign boys start crowjng,about the ,results the did not realize that she was pos- court has rendered a final The Reader's Digest "for electingto
of last Tuesday's elections one sage told them to wait on the I Duval County Vocational .. sibly violating the law by again judgment.The run on its pages matter that

precinct check so they can see exactly how much of a vote they I School for announced Carpentry and that the registration related-I NEW YORK-A threatening remarrying.She Supreme Court's only reference adds to the many-sided nationwide -

"delivered." We think they will be surprised. i I note wrapped around a brick was was married to the first : in the dismissal was to effort to erase the barriers

Nip "Lord Calvert" Sams and Isiah "Early Times" White had an areas would begin Monday, May hurled through a window in the husband on July 11, 1952 the i Slaker vs. O'Connor, a case in between the races in this country
14 at 7:00 at the school.
argument. They were arguing about who gave away the most free p..m. I home of Percy and Cora Hill in complaint says, and he deserted which the commission said the -specifically, such articles as
The classes will be
samples. We listened and wondered just when and where did either the Evening Trade an Extension offeringof i the Bronx last Monday night. her about June, 1943. After learn- court declared it would not review The Court's Decision and the

one give away anything. I Hill and his wife moved into ing that he was living with an- a case until after final trial South' The Negroes Among Us,'
George 'Trickshot" Washington is now employed by Lee Holman program. This program is designed the predominantly white neighborhood other woman she married hus- judgment. 'Cleo Blaciburn's Grand Design,'

Company distributor of Miller's High Life beer. "Trickshot" is well to help persons engaged in I' in February. band 2 on March 25,1947 and he Thus, the state commission The 12 Martins Go to College,'
known in local athletic circles and is one of the Gate City's best all- or vocations acquire more The note warned them to leave deserted her about May 1, 1947; said the high court actually has and The Churches Repent.'"

around athletes. We wish him much luck Charles Parsons came skills in their or become. more proficient :i the neighborhood.Asked that after learning that husband not ruled one way or the otheron The Lincoln University docu-

over from St. Augustine. Charles is connected with Magnolia Im- area.Persons I if he intends to stay he 2 was living with another woman bus segregation-a view taken ment adds: "Through the publica-

provement Corp. and is working in the Ancient City for the firm. engaged in constructionwork replied, "what else can,we do? I she believed it was entirely by a number of lawyers, including tion of these articles The Reader's
are especially urged to join
Freddie Brown the Buick salesman and Elmo "Crack" Davis .I think we'll stay." proper for her to remarry.On State Atty. Gen. T. C. Callison. Digest focuses the attention of its
the class. In addition to
enjoy dinner daily. Wonder if this mutual! meeting is business? i esti- I. Hill is an elevator operator and May 12, 1951 shortly before vast reading audience upon one
carpentry, blueprint reading,
Girls beware If you wondered why Sol Revelis seems hard to mation and drafting will be offered I his wife a hotel maid. moving to Dade City from Vicks POLICE REPORTSEarl of the most critical problems facing -
catch up with. the reason Is out now. He waged a successful campaign Policemen have been ordered to burg she married husband 3 who the nation and the world

with his boss and now he Is mechanised. Yep. Sol is on wheels. Persons of carpentry who desire for their a knowledge own- [keep the house under surveilance. deserted her about Jan. 1, 1955. I McCray, 43, of 6938 Ever- today-that of improving under-

That boy was rough enough on feet but a mobilized Sol will be The complaint also states that green Ave. was carried to Duval standing between various groupsof
personal use or for practical -
known from the Gulf to the Atlantic. purposes all three marriages were performed -I Medical Center for treatment of people. This magazine has
Barbara Robinson was all smiles at the Country Club with the around the home are askedto Alexander Memorial by ministers of the gospel. laceration of the head after his strengthened this understandingnobly.

she "imported from Tampa. Since Mohamed wouldn't go to register. ."
guest wife made her entrance at the
In the event the course does not Announces Services
Louise Bernell
the mountain the mountain came to Mohamed Atlantic Crab plant where Mc
of interest other
Mazeke of Floradale is confined to an out of town hospital. Wish hera cover areas Cray works. and hit him over the head. The
subjects in the field of general COSMO Sunday will be a
speedy recovery. I ; Help Wanted Victim states he was-on his job victim stated that he was drink-
carpentry will be Benthonealso high spiritually at Alexander
Met Lois Randolph all in white. We were' really confused until at the crab plant when his wife ing and his wife hit him for some-
announced that as interest is Memorial Methodist Church. The
Lois told us she is working as a technician at a local white hospitaLShe I Willie Mae came in behind him thing he had done.
was a medic in the Women's Army Corp. shown or a demand created other Sunday activities will get underway MAID 5 1/2 days a week. Be-

Wesley "Little Scotty" Scott took his annual trek to Myrtle courses will be offered. I at 9 a. m. with the Sunday tween the ages of 25 and 35.

Beach, South Carolina. Before he left he told J. D. "Mr.. Goodwill" All courses will be taught by School, the superintendent pre- Take care of two children. 9 a. -

Brooks to report all of the doings,weekly to him. He emphasized the journeymen instructors. siding.At m. to 6 p. m. $80.00 a month.I BOY'S WANTED -
fellows that wooed one young lady. Complete details concerning the the 11 a. m. worship hour, Phone EX 84047.
is all his course and registration particularsmay the District Superintendent the
The report on the "Blocks" is that Jerry Nash saving
money so that he can buy a mansion in the exclusive new sub-divi be secured at the Duval VoCational Rev. Damon Dell will be present WAITRESS 8 p. m. to 4 p. m. (Ages 11 to 14 Years)

sion. Pops Frazier and Robert Brymer all attest to the fact that Jerryis School, 521 W. Ashley St ta hold his second quarterly con- Phone PO 44500. Mrs. Ki'pat-
in the Old Stanton High. School ference. During this hour preach- rick.

a Emerson rather thrifty Brown boy.is driving a new DeSoto. He plans to have a Building. Monday May 14 at 7 ing and love feast will be con- In Floradale Magnolia Gardens

hi-fi radio and phonograph in the car soon. That what you call p. m. ducted.At MAID 5 1/2 days a week. 9 to

"living It up" The reason Sadie Braxton is all smiles now is 3 p. m. the pastor Rev. W. 5 p. m. 5205 Quan Drive. Must Royal Terrace Picket!

because hubby Hal has,shore duty in the Jacksonville area now. Nat McCLENNYI SCHOOLTO M. Little will conduct the Holy be free to traveL Ph. EV 73120.

has been stationed away from home for nearly three years BE REMODELED Communion and preach the Sac- Mrs. J. C. Carter. Lincoln Villa
Speaking of service men Marion Logan is now in France and we remental sermon. This is a day all
members are urged to be present
can imaginewot's happening.- MACCLENNY A elementary
Last week many Persons flocked to Graham's Funeral Home to school for colored-students will be I and all ,visitors are welcome to ,. For Rent -EARN CASH

view the body of the executed,Charlie Copeland. Most were shockedat remodeled and _the interior rewired -:worship at the friendly! church.DON'T "., ,

the gruesome sight. It is common knowledge that a lethal chargein by two Macclenny contract Apt For Rent Furnished Room Selling TheFLORIDA ", .
Those who viewed the MISS :
proper amounts will kill but not disfigure. tors it is announced by the Baker Apt. Bath. No children- 1416 W. .
body saw "the white mans law" and the result at first hand. County Board of Public Instruc- "JACKSON'S ELECTION" 5th Street. Phone EL 41335. $3 '

If you wonder who the pretty girl was in the Buick convertibleat tion $1073.20 will..be used for re- EDITORIALON week. STARApply
Annie Ruth Foster and is a AN
the Salesmen's Open House, she was modeling and $225 for rewiring .
friend of Freddie Browns. work to include fluorescent lights. PAGE 2 Friday 6:00 p.m.
'"Chula PapaBi'Y.ra has opened a "confectionery" stare -
Manuel -----
at 740 West Ashley Street The ""store" located where Jenkins Radio laurels. Get the rest of them out and register come June 1. We need Business For SaleFOR or Saturday 7:30 a.m.

Shop-was for a number of years When you find time after a hard 15,000 more names on the books. Also get out and vote on the 29th

day's work stop by and chat with "Chula. of May. There is still the possibility of some sort of independent can- SALE 2434 at Walcott Floradale
Doby -
As our credo let us take the words of the famous naval hero who didate being run against Jackson in the General Election. We need Cafe for sale. Good location.- ,

said we have juSt begun to.fight I mean let's now sit down on our i more voters. Let's get on,the balL Phone EL 4-1869. :