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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 3, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00262

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a : .4 C 1y. former registrar of the Florida Normal Industrial and Memorial
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Ala A new and unexpected development
St. where Dr. W. is the
College Augustine Royal Puryear
came Friday afternoon in the University of Alabama case when a
president is held ,here for selling credits to students here in Jacksonville I
member of the University of Alabama board of trustees announcedthat
St. Augustine and elsewhere from this state and other
Aulherine Lucy bad been expelled from the University because
areas. He is Frank: T. Wilson, Jr, former college registrar.The she brought ""W1f0UDded.charges against university officials.
charges .have been sent Soon after the announcement of
from here to.Murray. Sams the would have charges the latest maneuver to block the I .-
state attorney Ute district, and preferred against them. at '
young Negro woman studying I
if others involved, those who ben- Wilson, formerly on the staff at the white university; Miss Lucy I -
efitted from the credit maneuvering Florida Normal and Industrial
was rushed to New York for a
it will,be dei>end1po the Memorial College, has been returned physical check-up and rest.
results-oittheaWiliop it ,was to St. Augustine -face' '"University of-Alabama wax- -
stated to' this publication., All of charges stemming from the alleged ordered-Wednesday night to rein
the evidence''*'instituted by the selling of credits to some 33
coed
state the suspended Negro
college,, but there are other agencies students at the school.
k 9 March 5.
by Monday YAUTHERINE
THEY'RE FISKITES NOW -.A group of exchange students examine the Baldridge Collection of aiding ,in the prosecution, vit' Sheriff L, O. Davis returned The a. university m. officials were i
I African Drawings at Fisk University during tour of the Nashville campus. These students from' colleges was stated.All action'was broughtby Wilson from New York on Satur-
in Ohio and California. are spending a semester at Fisk under a reciprocal exchange plan. University the college, it was revealed acquitted Judge of Hobart contempt Grooms charges.took
day.Wilson
authorities report "they are already Fiskites in every sense of the word" also and not by the county of St. who was employed at under advisement a separate ac-
the school from 1950, w
Johns. September
tion by the student seeking equal
U Wilson is convicted, this until August, 1954, will be ar-
boarding privileges on the Alabama -
15 Slabs Schoolmate 14 Norris Warns
I Schoolboy, paper was informed there is a raigned before County Judge campus with white students.
possibility those persons who had Chas. C. Mathis some time next
Judge Grooms said before reading
To, Death In ,Hall Of, School Baildmg Stanton Gra'ds'What credits upped a n.d benefitted week. Sheriff Davis said. his order that "there is some

feeling this court should carve outa ....

TAMPA A Tampa youth, just 15, stabbed another who was: Society Expects of a White Man Who Killed Negro Freed should province defy in the North Supreme Alabama Court and of !i ;c ,.,"".'"

. just 14, to death Monday in the school building where they attended Graduate" was the subject of the the United States. 'I"

before the eyes of a dean of Booker' T. Washington Junior High scholarly address delivered to the When Grand Jury Would Not Indict The judge said the Negro student ""'5"-=- :-'' ,.,.
SdwfL. mid-term graduating class of had been admitted under the LUCY
Dean of Boys Rayford B. Allen was well behaved before the incident Stanton Adult School Wednesday direction of a Supreme Court de
told newspapermen he was stand evening to a full audience by the COLUMBUS, Ga.-A county I at Brewer, 61, in the department cision. expelled from college

ing in his office doorway when The two boys were described"as Rev. Hill Norris, Jr., minister of grand jury failed tor indict a store office Saturday night, Feb. He said judges in every state and friends of the university will
John White 14-year-old pupil, the St. Matthew Baptist Church, white Columbus department store 1 18.
the best of friends by Allen are "bound by oath to uphold the put their faith in university offi
was stabbed through the heart this city. owner charged with the murler of I Solicitor John IL Land said Constitution of the United States." cials."
who said it reported the pair
with a pocket switch blade knife was The speaker told the class, a Dr. Thomas Brewer former local I Flowers would be released In dismissing contempt charges Arthur Shores, an attorney for
in kind of
had engaged some an '
by Ernest Parker, 15, the ninth in fine one, that society expected National Association for the Ad- Land reported prior to the hearing against university officials for Miss Lucy said( "we are satisfiedon
grade pupil and attacker. store argument the night over before.a girl a drug much of them to be loving, kind, vancement of. Colored** People. that Brewer had vowed "to suspending the woman Grooms the order re-admitting her but
Allen further told reporters: diligent, untiring, constant, industrious president get Flowers for his part in what said they had "underestimated" of course we are still waiting to
The two boys were walking Detectives Ralph Mills and Joe ambitious good thinkers The Muscogee grand jury, after the doctor termed the brutaliza- the force of protest against her hear if she will get full campus
down the hallway between classes Breslin said they had not yet established careful faithful, prayerful three hours of secret questioning; tion of a Negro arrested in frontof admission and "were unable to facilities."
and did not appear to be angry that as a motive and cere, honest, toilers and commu returned a "no bill" in the'case'of the store three cope with the mob." The judge said he would havean
with Then they were continuing their investigation. and he that Lucio-Flowers, 54, who police pre- department
one another. nity-minded urged He said he could not find any- order on that question by 9
itopped a short distance from me I each would face and meet these viously reported fired seven shots weeks ago. thing to show they were "dere- a. m. Friday;

and seemed to have a minor disagreement challenges.He lict in their duty" by barring her Attorney Andrew Thomas for
I was presented by the Rev.I He Buys Girl Scout CookiesCookie from the campus. the University of Alabama would
"I yelled to them to go to their Bus riverBeateiFor S. L. Badger, minister of Emanuel Judge Grooms added however, not comment immediately but
classes thinking that would breakit Baptist Church. The Rev H. M. that In barring Miss Lucy follow- said the university still plans to
up, Then White called out 'Mr. Moss, Sr, minister of Second ing the riots he found the trustees go ahead with an appeal to the
Allen'he's got a knife. HisJimcrow Bethel Baptist Church, offered "acted in good faith. Supreme Court on the original
"A second later,White fell back S prayer, and heard also, was Mrs. Thurgood Marshall of New order directing She woman's ad-
blood from his chest Iva T. the superintendent .,:f 4 X92aFr
with pouring Sprinkle X York City, chief counsel for the mission.
saying Til get him,* as he stag- Act of public schools who was tgyi : National Association for the Ad- Mayor Howell McCall of Tusca-
gered around the hall in a circle. presented by George S. Davis, Jr, vancement of Colored People, was loosa. who was in the courtroom,
Allen said he ran to the boy's Supervisor of Adult Education. present and was associated with said "I don't know" if he will ask

aid, telling Parker to geL to his TAMPA- A Tampa man who Graduates were: Edna Yvonne the young woman's chief counsel, for any extra help in addition to
office and wait refused to move to the rear of a Brintley, highest honor; Edward Arthur Shores of Birmingham. the regular city police force.
A mathematics teacher, George bus Friday afternoon assaultedthe Alexander, second highest honor,, Marshall objected to several disastrous The strongest warnings against
then and took and Kenneth Richard McDonald,, should the
Dennis came up bus driver, then fled from the statements and Judge possible consequences
the knife away froni Parker, who crowded vehicle along with many and Betty Jean Reed, both honor Y 4.iw 9 Grooms upheld the objections. Lucy woman return were voiced
went into the dean's]office only a others. students,and Joseph Boyd,Morris However, University President by a defendant, John Cadell a
few feet away from]the scene of Bridges Daisy Mae Davis, Evelyn O. C. Carmichael promised in advance member of the univerity trustees.He .
,the stabbing, said Allen. Bus driver Perry Coker, 50, received Grissett,John Henry Grier, Emma of the hearing to follow the said she would risk possible
But while Allen was calling an facial lacerations.Det Jean Harrell, Rosalie Holman, court's order'in the case althoughit death and that no steps could betaken
ambulance Parker disappearedand W. B. Keenan said Coker Tommie Willis Jackson, Samuel Ji might require extra police to now or in the near future to
could not be found when police related the attacker would not Jennings, Elgie Lewis, Clarence IW protect her on her return. Gov. insure she would be safe.
arrived. move to the rear of the bus when Maddrick James B. Pollard,' Le- James E. Folsom has pledged in- Circuit Court Reuben Wright
White died in the ambulance on he first boarded the bus.The officer verne Pullins Willie Mae Roders direct support, saying he woulddo testifying as a witness, told the
.the way to Tampa Negro Hospital.',i said Coker told the man, "You Claude W.' Sharpe, Esther L. "all in my power" preventmob small but crowded courtroom thata
Several hours later,, the Parker will have to move back" and the White and Holman Williams. rule at the university or any- highly inflammable situation
youth who lives at 1264 India St. passenger replied "I don't haveto. where else in Alabama.At still exists in Tuscaloosa, a college

with his mother, Thelma Swain, ." BE SURE Tuscaloosa 58 miles from and industrial town of 56,000.If .
according to school records walk- here, the president of the Ala- the student had returned to .
With that, Coker said, the passenger -
:ed into the police station and gave bama student body urged his school the day after her suspen-
himself up. leaped on him and knock TO REGISTER sales. aa annual fete of the Girl Scout Movement internationally classmates to accept the woman's sion she would have faced a mob
by
ed him into .a seat occupied
"We were just fighting," detec- HAVE MOVED means more funds for the general movement and hereshows re-entry in a "sensible, intelligent of 5,000 instead of 3,000 Wright
YOU
tives reported him as saying when two girls.The IF a prominent Jacksonville dental-surgeon. Dr. G. F. Waters, and mature manner." said, and "it gets worse day by
CARD
questioned as to his reason for passenger fled from the bus WILL YOUR NOT REGISTRATION BE FORWARDED purchasing: cookies from two local Girl Scouts aDd making them feel Since the decision has become day.
,killing his school friend which then had stopped and all NEW ADDRESS welcome to come again to his Masonic! Temple office. finaL said student President Walter Thurgood Marshall NAACP attorney -
Parker who is a year older than I passengers also rushed for the exit TO BE YOUR SURE TO CHAKttE They are left to right Mary LM Keaebrew of Troop 2H .and Flowers Jr. of Tuscaloosa. "I said his client's "only ob
White, had caused some trouble door. Buses here are operated by YOUR ADDRESS VicM L. Striven a Brownie of Troop Jf 5. sincerely hope that all students ject" now is to return to classes.
before, said school officials, but i Tampa Transit lines.


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Pag'T** THI HQVDA STAR Saturday, March 3, 1954



"THE i-.FLORIDA .STAR k -5.T POLITICS: AS USUAL I


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.. BY LeROY M. ( WASHINGTONSTAR
jh r:7 .. P4vskd Tfc. FbfUs:Stw ........ C.. '.f., ( Spike NEWS) EDITOR) .

t? MoIUq AUaU$ !: The past week brotherhood made practically all of the headlinesand

"jr x f. 0. Bex Sdl, JacknovHb 1; ,...we", / ) lead spaces in newspapers, magazines religious publications and
_.'413 f3..4 SUM, Jvckmryi, Ffcrffe PH6NC. ELGIN 43773HtJC those pointed toward other destinations such as citizenship and
: I living usefully. -
-
. O. SIMPSON ._., :. _.... ..............___ ...-$... Uito This was true because personsof
Lewr"Sf..." W..U .. ._ -Wa UUwN
& --- varying religions were deter-
of good will and understanding
c. ,....... J.|MMM .. ,, -.. tn Staff mined to wipe out the pattern of among all people." ,

Member of Associated. Negro Press 1 3 '1J hatred and big- ; All persons of the Federation

it .I.Is > otry.We realize that they cannot hope to
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR take most i relieve all the tensions by expect-
1. Negro Firemen. a of this from the I! ing everyone to think alike act

,2. More Negro Police.: fleers.: tir words of a alike, look alike or worship alike,
ai
.:.- 3. Squad Carl for the Negro' 'Police writer of but they do )Hope for respect on
: : *4. More and Better' School. and-'Speeding ,Up of)the great Florida normal differences and the desireto
Building Program. newspaper, a understand others.
daily of Miami
-the Herald-
The worthy clubwoman, regard-
Show VENOM due to the sta- less to where she lives and serves,
Alabama Ministers Leadership bility and the strength of what has this on her own conscienceand
was said in the story. The article
is dedicated to the promotionof
As Uiiie Ii BBS was penned by Mrs. Leonard J. these broad aims and thus be-
People Boycott .A McCaffrey, prominent Miami comes a constructive force in her,
Clubwoman and in it she
'WHITEaii4 spoke own right. That is if the work is
admiringly of the work of the
done with dedication, willinglyand
r
One of the most disgraceful acts against the rights of e, General Federation of Women's without fright of the criticism -
citizens is the wholesale arrests in Montgomery, Alabama of qUTH Clubs. She told all readers that of others.
men and women, 24 of whom are Negro ministers who joinedin r organization was internationaland
rlm The which she
leadership
requires -
: a boycott protesting bus segregation. striking us up here most was
in her club work reachesout
this statement "it includes in its
However there are two admirable aspects of the whole t membership, women of many dif- into her community and it
debacle. One is the united action that the Negro people of ferent religions, nationalities, lan- has been this desire for service
Montgomery have shown in standing up for their rights and guages, social backgrounds and one. to the other which brought
refusing to be pushed around, dictated to and intimidated by education.We into the State of Florida the Wo
ante bellum whites who still hold to, the decadent idea of man's Council of the National

white superiority.The ( 1,'. %00% were delighted" learn of Conference of Christians and
? Jews whose aim is brotherhood
other is the courageous leadership that the tormented' "INTERGRATION MEANS THE END OF THIS" the important part the Federal not just last week and weeks of
Negro ministers are giving their people in Montgomery. It is body is playing in making living
other months of each year, but
time since have seen members of the ministry more profitable one race towardsthe
a. long we ] every day of every week of each
stand up alongside their people. a problem of social-politi- questions can be answered by other, and only wished to
year.
cal-economic import.. falling back on your past lessons point to women who live in our
Your Weekly and experiences. This period community how easy it is to prac- Hundreds upon htmdreds of women -
*"" Rev. James H. Jackson, president of the National Baptist sounds the signal for the start of tice democracp one towards the everywhere across the world
Convention has displayed forethought.when he went on rec- Horoscope Guide activities that will benefit you other than to fight and go on today are seeking and making
ord as being against a nation-wide work stoppage. For we do physically and in your occupa- hating persons of other colors, strenuous efforts to understandall
not want in anyway to hinder the nation's economy, or create tional capacity. You should now training status and nationalities. regardless of race, color or
any ill feeling in areas where there is not, argument at the Whicb Arc Your Lucky Days F
moment would be far better if Negroes throughout the Business Love Travel those who are in position to'ad- what really was the ideal of the do thank Mrs. McCaffrep for her
country would contribute a day's pay to the plagued Mont- vance your career or business in- General Federation of Women'sClubs "thoughtfulness in putting the sub- ;,

gomerians. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER terests, particularly the people and found that rather ject over as she did.
simply put. It is "the ideal of the It was one which had strength,
is who tied to through mar-
The'unity of the Negro people of Montgomery an ex- are you
Federation that fundamentally color t* it, and meaning.
ample for the Negro people of Florida and especially Duval ABIES It would help to remove the riage or other close ties. we all subscribe to the principle This column wishes that Negro
County.The Montgomery boycott, with the people supportingit Born March 21 thru April 13 burden of worries and responsi- 6-44-10-18-97-325 women will reflect on what we

as they have, has proved a great weapon against the "white March 11th to 17th bilities from your shoulders if you have said here and organize them-

super rulers and demonstrates that we can accomplish a'great This sign' ushers in a period listen to legal, spiritual or other SCORPIO their just share of the benefits selves into clubs, if they are not l j.
deal in'Duval County and Jn other counties in Floridaor when you can do much toward advisors., Reflect and take all the Born Oct.24 thru Nor. 222 and pleasures available. permitted to get into those in il
the nation for that matter-if we would unite solidly on eliminating the causes of frustra- forward looking steps that are March 11th to 17th 2-20-88-16-65-721 their areas with those already .*1
issues. tions and personal drawbacks that called for after'the advent of the functioning under insincere white "
It better to sell
sometime stand in the way of sign. Success is within grasp, seems your leadership and membership.The .
The success of the boycott is proof that the Negro's spend- services at a good price than to PISCES .
ing power is something not to be sneezed at. Although we are, realizing your ambitions. Consult whether you are employed or on risk your resources and cash' on Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 step may have to do with
professional or other people who your own so avoid giving offenseto their the
early joining white
class against March 11th to 17th
reprisals
to a large extent, in the working any ventures that are too speculativein
can help you in achieving this touchy people who are on your if they about their work
Negro boycotters would still boomerang to the moneyed character. This period is sched- This period shows that your groups go
worthy objective. Your chancesof side as well as those who are not. with
and chances of seriously, hope and dedica-
factory gaining personal
group who would'lose substantially more by uled to open a new phase in the your
business close-downs. Thus it is evident that we need each: adding to your earning power Friendships can'plap an important fields of creative work entertainment objectives should be much more! tion.
and commercial gains are en- role in the fulfilment of
other. .-and it will be better for all concerned when we facethe'fact.that' your and romance for those who promising if you launch your
Negroes will not accept second class citizenship hanced when you are enterprising aspirations, but be careful not to are to inclined and free-of other drive. Although your money-I For all our lifetime 'we have
and therefore'we'must come together and give a little, takea without being forceful or domin- bankrupt'yourself in your effortsto ties. Special efforts to perfect making ability is enhanced' been appreciative of the visits,the

" little.so that we'can live in peace and harmony, progressingin eering. You need happy people climb ((15t-16th). your talents at this time could through good business methods gifts, the presentations to us

a great state .. a great nation. around you, so be careful to avoid 350771559017LEO serve you in good stead at a fu- anl laborsaving devices, plug up while we have suffered sick per-
those who are not. ture date. You can do outstandingjobs the loopholes that drain your resources -' iods. We are on the desk each day

1-53-40-17-69-072 if you avoid the pitfalls of even faster than you can of the week, although we are
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 haste recklessness, and misunder- build them. Your plans and decisions -; still a bit weak in health. We
EsBrthRIAN GROUP WARNS TAURUS March 11th to 17th standings with people who can are sounder when you discuss were critically ill in a local hos-
i Born April 20 thru May 20 This sign demonstrates that the hinder you. them with your confidantsand pital and at home for a period of

March 11th to.17th slower but surer course is the one 4-22-30-12-68-031 frienls. I five weeks, but we are happy that
AGAINST 'CITIZENS COUNCILS'The Your mate or other confidanteis that will work toward* stabilityand 9-70-99-19-76-017 (Continued on Page 6))
the one who should be consulted a better feeling of security.
when you feel the need of finl- Now is the time to make reserva- SAGITTARIUSBorn

North American area council of the World Presby- ing out who your real treinds are. tions and all necessary arrangements Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
terian Alliance warned that "Intolerable situations have deTeloped By taking this precaution you for travel or study projectsso March 11th to 17th PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

and are developing" the fight against the U. S. may avert a misunderstanding as not to be left out when the Rather than taking the dim or
possible monetary loss. The hopes time comes., Business and profes- '
.Supreme Court ruling on racial segregation. pessimistic view, investigate the'I''
that you harbor may be closer to sional affairs go more smoothly possibilities of improving your
These situations, the council said in a resolution adopted realization as long as you have when you take the pains to put in living conditions, changing your
unanimously, "involve the denials of basic human rights, at- ket them down to earth. Clear up the necessary efforts or spade residence. or making a profit from
tempts to deny the law of the land, and a direct action on neglected matters and take a work'that'are essential for com- enterprises related to propertyand

the modem foundation of American democracy The public check to ensure that your health plete success. domestic needs. Read the

school system. and attitudes are all to the good. 9-60-55-13-71-595 papers and listen to one and all I- 4*

"We would therefore remind the members of our constituent Go along with any projects that for suggestions along these lines. :
-i:
and of their add to your material and vital re- VIRGO and
communions of the dangers abroad today Give preference to human
Rsources. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
consequence the danger of abandoning public school education spiritual values and relegate ma- i
of participation In white citizens* councils. of cooperating E-12-88-30.37-191 March-llth to 17th terial things to where they belongin ___ __
The New Moon (12th) confirms
In the passage of narrow and vindictive laws. the resolu- havea your scheme of things.
GEMINI that cooperative enterprises 1.50-88.19-76-324
tion said. Mora May 21 thru June 21 better chance of being successfully -

The council includes delegates representing 5,500,000 March 11th to 17th launched and brought to

members of protestant groups. Included is the Presbyterian The best way to prevent troubleis satisfactory conclusions when the CAPRICORNBorn

Church in the U. S. (South), one of the larger protestant to do what you please in ways responsibilities and burdens are Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
groups in the Southern States. that will not antagonize or dis- equally shared. Listen to the March 11th to 17th
turb those around you. The 21st- voice of experience rather than to friend other
contained in a Consult a or any
Wording of the resolution originally was 22nl forthcoming activityin those who make exaggerated in whose judgment you
report to the convention by Dr. James I. McCord, dean of your professional or commercial promises or claims before you have person complete confidence in orderto .

Austin Theological Seminary, Austin, Texas. He noted that world with chances to add to commit personal or joint funds or uproot once and for all, the

"Christian ministers and'laymen have championed the rightsof your gainful returns as long as assets. elements-that are the causes of

the Negro and are directly responsible for much of the you maintain the incidental ex- 7-100-66-14.M-590 your worries, difficulties and frus-
Dr. McCord warned penses at their normal levels. You trations. Give domestic problems
1861.
progress that has been made since be had better keep your private affairs LIBRA their fair share,of your attention, :
that no easy solution to the problems of desegregation can to yourself.and avoid,secret Born Sept. 24 thin Oct. 23 and contribute liberally to the

expected. commitments that can prove cost- March 11th to 17th needs of teh members of the fam-

"to ly and worrisome. Devote yourself to the problems who depend on bounty.It .
also, called on members of all faiths ily pour
The delegates 5-11-20-16.72-063 that' are weighing on your mind, heart and
do everything In our power to put. an effective stop to the and try to arrive at some sound becoming is by opening more your demonstrativethat 1400 WRHC 1400

Inexorable process which is designed to extinguish protestant CANCER conclusions without following your loved ones feel secure

minorities In Spain and Colombia where state churches control Born June 22 thru July 22 them up with positive action as and become aware that they can
March llth to 17th yet. Health 'and employment KEN KNIGHT
for them.
feelngis
the religious policy of government. rely on your

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SahirUy. Merck .3, 19S6 THE FLORIDA STAR Pag! _Thret



lime Eveii Afro-American Insurance Company Managers And Supervisors Feted I

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One of the finest organizations : ) Q :

of Ebenezer Methodist Church -
Ashley and Clay streets where i vi [' : af.C t k \
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the Rev. Evan M. Hurley holds : ... f4:. .... S
the pastorate, will sponsor under -
the direction of Dr. Cleanjan S. A"$ '.
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Williams, leader of youth projectsof f + r A '
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the great ,African Methodist \ *
Episcopal Church the "Afternoonof l

Music," a service in song donein : .'i : j
well trained voices Sunday l l la

afternoon, March 11, scheduled to "

start at 3 o'clock in the sanctuaryof :; i ; c: y y
the church.

The sponsoring group of the r wr __
church, Dr. Williams and their .r i 1
capable aides are putting forth all
efforts to make this one of the

largest attended and best appre

ciated programs of religion and _
praise ever presented in the dry. _
Music lovers have always crowded _

the places where this annual i _
proI'a.m.is held and there is expected t1 _

that there will be no ex- _

ception to the one of Sunday _
week. It will be the fourteenth _
annual fete. It has been often (ppp'., L t y g __ '

imitated, but never equalled stat- r,
ed Dr. Williams who is the S 'kN 3 ter,, A ;yyc
"father" of the production.The i
"Afternoon of Music" is

done all in song. There will be

heard the prayer, the scripture,
all songs those of religion, nature,
the,anthems the oldest hymns of
the Christian faith the gospel

message, all to be lone by persons
who are experts in singing. Someof
the best in combined choirs of
several churches such as the
Ebenezer Church's No. 1 and No.

2 units in charge respectively of .
'"
Mrs Sadie Fields Jeffries and r c; o.

Mrs. Eleanor W. Hurley, the min-
ister's gracious wife, the Second
Baptist Choir No. 3 of which 2 :

Aaron C.Jackson is president and .
Gladys C. Vaught is directress,
and such outstanding soloists _as I t -1 Mrs. Edna M. Jackson, Mrs. Jose-
.
phine Ellerson Brown, Mrs. Ver-
delle Sullivan Jones, and P. J.
Williams and others of rare \ v"
ability. ; .

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COMMUNITY CLUB '" ,;.,-:;t.. "" ,' >
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MEETS WEDNESDAYThe THEY ENJOYED: : THEMSELVES: It was all delight and W. H. Thomas and S. W. Williams .. Stewart.

I joy at the annual soda function which honored the manager., Seated left to right in the picture at the right are Mrs. Anler. Left bottom shows dancing during the delightful affair and
Lavilla Community Civic supervisors and others' in authority of the Afro-American Life Mr. Mclnioch Mrs.Buie. Mrs. Wilkin Mr. Harper Mr. Stafford.Mr. among those pictured are: Mrs.Mae F.Robinson. Dennis Stewart.
Club will'meet Wednesday. Mar. Insurance Co. with home offices here.'The event took place in Brown Mrs. MeBride. the Rer. N. B. Williams Mrs. P. Martin Raiford Brown Miss Jewel Alexander. H S. Morris and Miss
7th, at 8 o'clock in the Abyssinia the beautiful Lincoln Golf and Country Club Thursday night. Mrs. Wilson.. Mr. Slater. Mr. Yamn. Mrs. Yawn, Mrs. Hanna. Catherine Jackson and others. In the lower right picture maybe
Baptist Church corner Union and Top left may be seen seated left to right L H. Burner.. IL Mrs. Strathan, and Mr. P. M. Douglas. Standing in the back left seen standing inside the club are left to right: Mrs. Ruth Tho-
Dewitt Streets. James D. Mather. T. R. Rutherford" Dr. James H. Lewis board to right are: Mr. Batts.-S. W. Williams. J. D. Mather. Dr. Lewis. mas. Mrs. Audrey McCray. Ralph B. Stewart Raiford Brown
The president Rev. B. L. Wynn chairman-president of the company: J. A. Baits agency director Mr. Barney. Mr. S. W. Williams Mr. Rutherford and Ralph B. and Clyde Kiikpatrick
has issued an announcement urging

all of the residents of the over a period of four weeks be- of garden circles and other groups
Cleveland St.Logan St. Ellis St. Homes Offered Facully Appears TB Commillee Lewis Branch ginning, Thursday, March 8, and interested in flowers will please

and Union St. area to be presentat continuing through March 15, 22 attend and note that they will

this meeting.The and 29.Mrs. furnish their own containers and
Abandoaed In Folk-Drama deeds FundsThe Plans Fetes
city officers of the State BabyInThisCily R. J. Kurks an authorityon other material. The project is
!
BotrdT of Health and other city arrangement and one of the sponsored by the Federated Gar-

officials: will be present. A very local Tuberculosis Committee accredited judges of flower shows, den Circles, Mrs. R. F. Mills, president -
interesting session has been plan Faculty players of New Stanton is within $200 of meeting the The A. L. Lewis Branch of the will serve as instructor It is ask- and Mrs. Dorothy Bacon,

ned. Members are asked to bringa High School will present a folk, goal of $6,000 set in the annual Young Women's Christian Asso- ed that all officers and members flower show chairman.WORLD'S .
friend. Refreshments will be drama, "Vooloo Queen," Wednesday Christmas Seal campaign states ciation, this city, is asking that

served. The charming infant 'found night March 21, in the school William A. Mathis, chairman of Jaxons, friends and guests in the
Eev. B. L. Wynn is the president abandoned on a city street corner auditorium and a full attendanceis the local body. city will "Know Their City Gov-
"
Mrs. Lois Rosa secretary, last week, has a large number of expected by those in charge This is the greatest campaignour ernment, a feature program
.and Mr. Lawrence Phillips is the prospective foster parents offeringher and the principal, Charles D. committee has conducted" planned for Wednesday, March 7,
,
and continuing through March 14,
home here. Brooks. '
reporter. a
Mathis stated "and we urgently 21st and 28th. The time is 7:30p.
Juvenile Counselor J. M. Lori- The play written by Miss
was request those who have not senta POSNEIS{
m. and the place is the YWCA
mer. Jr. said Tuesday that Ju- Norma Littlejohn, who has written contribution to the committee ..s..r
building at 1215 Lee Street.
Stork venile Court had been "swamped"with bit parts and scripts for sev- to do so in order that we can '
requests for the child. He eral New York City radio pro- meet our goaL", Four parts of the government 4 4t
will be discussed. They are: the
said further applications are collected
Deliveries no grams. Mathis stated the funds -
city charter and its legal aspect; .
desired. Some 25 or more members of from the sale of Christmas
the city council and city commissioners F FASTEST SELLING
The baby was found by a city the school faculty will have active Seals are used to conduct health
B T ; parks and finance; the HAIR STRAIGHTENS
ra : street cleaner on Feb. 21 near a parts in'the presentation. In the programs in this community to
and the dutiesof
police department
garbage can at Fairfax and 14th cast as the "Queen" will be Mrs. furnish X-ray examinations, to GndBLACK
Alt redW. and Jennie Boyd, Streets. She was taken to Duval Amy S. Currie and Mrs. Elaine give service to patients, and their the mayorcommissioner.Elected : RINSE
705 Olive St., PalatloL Feb. 5/56. Medical Center where she was Kitchings plays the roleof India, families, ""in other words, the as- officials in each area

Boy.Samuel first reported in critical condition.. who vies with the "Queen" for sociation helps guard the healthof will speak on his phase of work, solo AT All DRUG STORM
and Ruth Roberts; 1764.She weighed five pounds five her position and the power as the people in our community," it was stated by YWCA officials. wed by oil good barter thopjASK
W. llth St Feb. 16/58. Bay. ounces. leader of the sorcery cult. he said. The public affairs committee, Mrs.
F.and Joan Roddy, 2915 Ruth C. Solomon, chairman, is '"
Phillip At the hospital "Baby X, as Others in the cast are Mrs. Al- James Lundy, J. J. Nixon and
Downing Ave. Feb. 4/56. Boy she was called for identification mira Wilson, Mrs. R. B. Timber- Jesse Word, members of the Seal working out the whole program, FORT fir HAMS.. TODAY
Moses and Annie Craine, 1161 stead- : Committee and all groups of the city are ask-
purposes mainly, improved lake, Mrs. Nellyvonne'Russell, Sale Steering expressed -
E. 27th St. Feb. 12/58. GirL well enough to all those who ed to have part or share in the
ily and Monday was appreciation
Walter H.White
Mrs. M. P. King, ,
Willie and Cathrice Smith 1506, to be transferred to the Lanier John J, Coleman, J. Roundtret, contributed to the drive. project-all days.It .

Jmerson St Feb. 22/56. Boy. Juvenile Shelter. Tuesday, Lori-' Clarence C. Fears, Mrs. Mary Contributions may be sent to 'was announced also that the

mier filed a petition alleging Coleman, T. C. Crompton, Mrs. the headquarters at 116 E. Ashley annual course in the flower show

FLORIDA STAR "Baby Girl Doe" to be dependent. Clara Durham, Mrs. M. L. Butler, St. policies and-practices will be held

Lonmier said the child would Mrs. Grace S. Vinson, and Mrs.
EVERYCOlOlED remain at the shelter until Juvenile Sarah Folsom.
IN
Court Judge Marion W.
LOST
Mrs. Alma C. Daniels has arranged I

HOME Gooding tion is to determines be made in what her case.disposi- a special voodoo dance r my pep and energy. I never felt as goodas

which.will be featurel in the play I could as good as I knew should until I started taking
by a faculty creative dance group.
In the dance group will be Mrs. FJr S.S.5. TONIC to re-build my iron-starved blood." S.S.S. TONIC

OAK & PETERS SHOE STORECor. Vivian Wyatt Miss O. Ingram Gwendolyn, Mrs.Johnson Juanita, w nc supplies that extra iron energy you need to feel as good as you

Forsyth & Broad- Streets T. C Crompton and John J. Cole- should. Iron Deficiency Anemia slows you down. Start today

EASTER SHOES man. with S.S.S. and watch how this potent iron tonic begins to perk
The dance will bea rthe voodoo
ay<. and to make feel good again fast! This
FOX THf INTra FAMILY motif and explain an important' S M up your appetite you
Within. .the F..ify B_4 .
At Prices
scene in the folk drama. S combination of iron and Natures own roots and
Famous WEATHER BIRD Shoes Tickets may be obtained from .a1r
herbs has never been duplicated., Millions de-ff [
FOX toys i GIlLS any member of the faculty or student -
'" body.IF S.S.S.'TONIC to keep them feeling
Stylish VELVET STEP Shoes : "ar:> pend; on .
:J ?OIIK
FOX nil LADIES ", as good as they should. Why don't you?

Fashionable CITY CLUB Shoes YOU HAVE MOVED Begin now to build iron-rich blood with

FOX MlM ; YOUR REGISTRATION CARD convenient tab- = ..
Y : in
t S.S.S. TONIC, liquid or ,
w. ,..... WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO 'SL Y : 2S 1J
k .. X-HAY FITTINGS AND A LAYAWAY PLAN. YOUR NEW ADDRESS 1cts',.available at all drug counters.S.S.S.TONIC. .-,
FAVORS fOR THE CHILDREN -
BE SURE TO CHANGE J

OAK & PETERS SHOE .STORE. I YOUR ADDRESS 22
0
flteifiseW ItOT AT THE REGBTa&lTS OZTXCE
MARKET k DUVAL



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PoP 'Olt THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday,' March- 3; 1956

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I Second Baptist Church District Sets Its CelebrationDay I




I Spriig Minister To Give Easfsiders Enjoy Spring Tea I tfbcu Pecle Young SingersTo


Sermoa of This Week Sing
Thursday to 4n rw'.r Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith of 3622 Sunday
"a.a zzf '
Ardisia Road, is in the east on, _

annual vacation and are visitingin The Lattimore Gospel Singersof
District 28 of Second Baptict Church? the Rev. K. D. Britt Philadelphia. New York City the city, well known youth

I church) pastor, and Thomas Williams (deacon .the leader, will and points in New Jersey. group, will be presented in an

observe its tenth anniversary, Wednesday night, March 7 in the Friends here wish for them a after service musical Sunday evening

auditorium of the church at 8 p. m. delightful stay in that area. March 4, in the church, For-
The program committee has I M.x rest and Copeland Streets. The

planned an interesting program Macao Howell returned to Nor- Rev. S. L. Badger is minister, and
with the Rev. A. Weaver Episcopals ,.
Cyrus folk Va. after
spending several suggests that there will be a full
pastor of Day Spring Baptist .P lays in his home here with rela- attendance on hand, and that
Church, slated to bring the message tives at Atlantic Beach and will
ex- support come for all of the
for the occasion. Mrs. Alberta Rap Jimcrow Lip: : & pressed himself as being delight- other events of Sunday and per-

J: Williams Is serving as fully feted and entertained. He' iods leading up to Sunday.

chairman for the program com- has many relatives and friends There will be held several aux-
mittee. GREENWICH, Conn. The ..: \ x : here. He left this week. i I iliary boards, districts and other
One of the choirs of Day Spring Episcopal Church has laid dowra < .. : W9M ( I church bodies in session. Officersask
Church will be heard in several set of guiding principles designed .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Acosta of membbers to please attend
to help rid it of racial barrier I
selections, and the ushers will 1775 Everson Court left this week due to the importance of the mat-
serve. In addition to the serving throughout the country."Desegregation for Birmingham. Ala.. to aiienl ters claiming the attention of the

groups, a large number of the must be the the funeral riles of Mrs. Acosia's bodies.
membership is ezpectel to accom- goal for all church institution uncle. They were accompaniedby

pany the Rev.Weaver. Mrs. G. B. and agencies," the church's national '1 Mrs. Acosta's mother. Nelson To PreachIn
Williams, the Rev. J. L. Hall and council, its interim govern.

the Rev C. G. Harris will appearon ing body, said in a statement. Ministers well known here and Baptist Church

the program. "Any attitude or act in the elsewhere in the state have returned -
Deacon Williams is serving his House of God which sets brethren to their home from the an- Services for Sunday of this

fourth term in office and others of different races apart fro.n one nual Founders' Day observance of week in the Bethlehem Baptist

who have served two or more another is sinruL"" Edward Waters College, this city. Church will begin with the Sun-

years in office, are Mrs. Rosa L. The National Council said i'-.e The Rev. W. Franklin Ball an day School at 9:30 o'clock and

Ragins, president of the Loyal church historically and. doctrin- ----------- -- _. -- AME Church presiding elder at followed by the 11 a. m. begin-

Workers Club; Mrs. Nellie Mitchell ally-has opposed racial and national AT TEA EVENT Guests who participated in the Spring Tea held last Sunday afternoon'in the Miami, and family and hte Rev. ning worship service.
Deaconess; Cleveland Scott, distinctions, but that such and Mrs. A. J. Dailey of Panama The Baptist Training Union will
Baldwin. 1309 Van Buren Street shown above. In the front
home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben. axe row
helper; Mrs.Mabel Young, district discrimination has persisted in City, returned. The latter minis- assemble at 5 p. m. for a program
secretary; Mrs. Essie Waters, vice practice.The from left are: Joseph Johnson, Miss Delia Smith Miss Willie Mae Johnson Miss Carrie Johnson, Miss ter serves the leading church of rendition to be followed with

president of the club;Mrs. Chris- principles a guide to congregations Daisy Mae Jones. Mrs. Viney W. Ford. Mrs. Susan Rogers. Mrs. Mary L. Anderson Mrs. Wilhelmenia the faith at Panama City. consecration services at 6:30 p. m.

tine Maze, club secretary; Mose R. ,, called for concrete action -I: J. Baldwin and Reuben. In the back row are Mrs. Flossie Branson.Mrs. Irene Austin and Mrs. Minnie Evening worship will begin at

Ragins, fonancial secretary; Ed assuring Negroes and other Brown. The youngsters kneeling from left are Rhogenia Baldwin Roemary Baldwin and Vertell Wil An African Methodist Episcopal 7:30 p. m. with the Rev. T. E.
Boatwright, chaplain, and Mrs. Nelson preaching and the choir
pastor of St. James Church of
minority groups equal participation liams. 'i'T1orida Star" Photo by Japhus Baker
Mary Willis, refreshment chair- in worship fellowship, in Miami, the Rev. Albert Reddick, and Usher Board No. 1 serving.
man. ------- The Holy Communion will be
church administration, in build- attended the annual meeting last
The sponsoring extendsan served at the rites.
group ing, personnel and general policy. week at Elward Waters Collegeand
open invitation to the districts "Many are voluntarily remov- Women To Serve Pei'otaI CiIf9, Women Select has returned home uplifted. Usher Board No. 2 will observeits
of the various churches of the anniversary Monday night
ing barriers of race" the. state-
city. ment said.Miss Visiting in tab city with his god coming in the church and serving

Dinners SundayThe Mrs. Bell Williams is still ill at Their LeadersPlans mother. Mrs. R. B. Counts as her will be the Westside Usher's
guest is Wade Travers Jr. of Union and the choral class of the
Sams To Lead her home at 1336 Fairfax Street
Wilson Named and friends are asked to call and are moving ahead nicelyin Washington. D. C. He has just returned church. It is asked that a full
see her. She is a member St. to the states from Germany congregation will attend.
Is women of Mt. Olive Primi- preparation for the annual
HslyRiles President Of ClubThe tive Baptist Church at Myrtle John's Court No. 144 and it is Women's Day observance of Mt. and France where he served

Avenue and Fourth Street, and wished she, will soon be up and Olive Primitive Baptist Church, with the U. S. Air Force. He AnniversariesSet

Holy Communion will be the Silveretts Social and Sav- their women and men aides, are about again. Myrtle Avenue and Fourth leaves next week for Chicago fora

observance Sunday of this week ings Club assembled this week sponsoring a Family Dinner event Streets, 'where the Rev. J. M. visit By Church
in First Baptist Church Jessie and named the officers of the Sunday March 4, in the church's Mrs. Linnie Tucker is ill in the Dixon serves the pastorate. It is
Street, beginning at services set body for the new year. social room. Duval Medical Center and is' doing a fine and growing church, has a Mrs. Nora Phillips and grand- _
children in the home of
for 5 p.m.with the minister there, Laurette Wilson was named Dinners will be served at 1 nicely. She is a. member of wonderful background and a her brother are and guests sister-in-law Mr. Observance of the anniversariesof

the Rev. J. C. Sams and the dea- president and Linda Murray the p. m. after the morning worship Pallbearers Society i No. 10. magnificent future .is predictedfor and Mrs. Harley Richards of, At- Mt. Calvary Baptist Church,

cons serving it. secretary. Elizabeth Seipo is the rites and are reasonably priced. Friends may call and see her at the congregation now housed lantic Beach. Mrs. is Spruce and Dora Streets, and the
The days will begin with the sinking fund treasurer and Marie Proceeds from the dinner fete visiting hours it was stated. I I''in I a lovely and new modern from Yonkers N. Y. Phillips Their pastorate of the Rev. W. M. Hill

Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. and Jackson the Christmas savings will go toward the building. fund plant. made, stayis will begin Monday, March 12, and
teachers are asked to meet pupils treasurer. Barbara Solomon was of the church. J. B. Coleman, resident of New I I Those in charge of the key postsof being pleasant.Ira continue through Monday night,
on time please. The morning serve elected financial secretary. Ber- York City and Washington D. C. the church have been named March 19.
.' ices are scheduled to begin at nice Lewis the chaplain and Mary It is urged by the pastor of the and a native Jaxon. was in the for the annual celebration whichis W. Hambry, an officer of The committee in charge has
Grant Memorial AME Church the
"10:55 a. m. with consecration services Murray the reporter. The sessionwas congregation, the Rev. J. M. city during the week visiting with to be held all day the third carefully planned the events to
and preaching will be the interesting and was held withB. Dixon, who has a large hand in his well-known father, a barber Sunday in next month March 18, Rev. J. W. Burroughs, minister, be held each night during that
has been elected chairman of the
minister. Music will come from Solomon. the leadership of the church that here for many years, and attend and ti is asked that all memberswill period, and asks for support. It
Choirs No. 1 and 2, with Mrs all members will please come to ing to personal business matters. support the with publicity committee for the an- is stated that the usual services

W, McIntosh and Justice Davis, the Sunday School, both worship His old friends were pleased to their gifts, and that programs friends and nual Men's Day observance of the will be held Sunday coming and
the respective directors and musi: STEVENSON URGES events of the day and the BTU at see him. guests of the city will come and church. He states that the membership that that day the Missionary Society -
is preparing for the event,
6 .
cians. The White Rose Usher p. m.Committee that they will be encouraged to will present a spiritual
wonderfully. The event is set for
Board will serve all day. WHITE HOUSE MEET Proud parents of a new baby come and lend a share in the pro- meeting in the church starting at
Sunday, March 25, all lay.
Children of the Sunday Schoolare boy, Delano Rodriguez Lewis, gram's support. 3 o'clock. It was also stated the

asked to meet Monday comingat OF NEGROES, WHITENEW Meets born Friday early in Brewster Elected as general chairmanwas Bishop D. Ward Nichols of New Matrons will meet in the home of
the church at 5:30 p. m. for Hospital, this city, are Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Douglas
To Aid Mrs. Vicey F. James and
CripplesThe as York City, and who presides over
Easter exercise rehearsal. Mrs. A.L. YORKAdlai E. Stevenson Mrs. Walter Lewis Jr., of this co-chairmen Mrs. Esther Stephensand the State of Pennsylvania 1471 Royal Court.

Patterson is chairman of the Monday night urged the White city. Mrs. Lewis is the former M;;. Thesesa Murray. The Rev. Lutrell Long of Louisiana,

group. House to summon southern Negro Cripple Children Committee Miss Dorothy Bennett. She and pastor will be Mrs. Sylvia Dixon the Rev. Jonathan A. Dames of Wilson To PreachIn
and white leaders to Washingtonto of the Friendly West-side her husband,are well known here, and
the assistant pastor will be
Indianapolis, Ind, were here for Gratn MemorialThe
Men's' Day PlannedFor try to ease racial tensions.At Ushers Union will hold their regular as well as the new grand parents, Mrs. Ella McKeever. Mrs. LeolaB. parts on the Edward Waters College -
visit to- his New York monthly meeting Tuesday, Mr. arid Mrs. Albert Leroy. An Solomon
a will
New Mt. OliveNew serve as secre- annual Founders' Day
program Rev. Robert H. Wilson
March 6, at 8 o'clock in the homeof aunt_is Miss Johnnie Mae Ben- ,
Dem-
campaign headquarters, the tary and Mrs. Geromie Weston as of last week. Bishop Gibbs, minister of Bethel Baptist Church
Mrs. Georgetta Rich 1607 nett and there is young Jennifer,
ocratic Presidential told assistant.
aspirant Other committee
headsare the coUege's'chancellor, and Dr.
Mt. Olive Baptist Church Kings Road. Friends are welcome. a first cousin. will conduct services and preachin
reporters: Mrs. A. M. Frazier, Sunday William B. Stewart, the college
has set Sunday, March 11, as the The Committee will also enter- Grant Memorial AME Church
"I am deeply disturbed by School Superintendent; Mrs. Lillian president, are grateful to these
time fop the observance of annualMen' tain the children March 14th Clay and Orange Streets, Tuesday
Day. mounting racial tensions in the at Mrs. Amanda Hammonds con- Muller, president of the BTU; and all others who came here evening March 6, and friends are
South. To avoid possibility 7 p. m. at the Brewster Hospita tinues ill in'her home at 900 Mrs. Amy Smith, financial com- from out of the and those
Some'of the city's finest talent any city, asked to share the event with the
will be seen and heard that day disorder at home or further dam- Grant Street Lane. She is prominent mittee chairman and treasurer; who reside here for all the sup- members.
age then ation's reputation abroad, here, is' a member also of chairman of the sponsors and advertisers port given.
and friends are invited to sharein Harmony Baptist The pastsor of the church the
situation merits- the Pallbearers Lodge No. 10 and it is Mrs. Rosin Porter
I think the ;
the programs with members of Rev. J. W. Burroughs, states the
the church. prompt attention of the President. Announces EventsIt stated that friends may call on chairman of publicity and promo- service will benefit the annual

Speakers of the day will be the The office of the Presidenthas her. tion Mrs. Gloria Frazier Holmes; Ephesus Plans Men's Day observance, scheduledfor

Rev. A. F. Cummings, Dr. G. F. great moral influence and Program and Music Mrs. ErleneF. Sunday, March 25, in the
has been
could well be announced that Mrs Rosa L. of 1206 Alback; tags. Mrs. Mae Biford;
Waters and the Rev. A. B. Blair. prestige. I think it Taylor chcurch.
O. C. Corbin is general chairman used by calling white and Negro services at Harmony Baptist Evergreen Avenue, is still ill in decorations 'and flowers, Mrs. SundayEvents. -
Church will be held in the usual
of the event, James Webb is leaders from areas concerned to her home and friends may call Mary J. McQuay and Mrs. Thelma PILL THE PLICOX
manner with Sunday School be- Harris ushers.
program,committee chairman and Washington to explore ways and to see her. She U a Pallbearer ,
the Rev. H. L. Jenkins is ministerof means of allaying these rising ginning at 10 a. m. with the Superintendent Lodge No. 10 member also. The other committee leaders The Ephesus Seventh Day Ad- STOMACH IPSET
Mrs. Rebecca E. ventist Church at Jessie and Van
and the will be given'
program ,
the congregation. tensions. Half-tlive. when constipation
Linning, in charge. The morning soon. Buren Streets where the Rev. F. sours stomach Black- *
devotions will be lead by the Mrs. Sarah Gordon is still ill S. Hill serves the pastorate is Help relieves vweetea constipation sour stomach over: too.night.
Deacons. I in her home at 947 Ionia Street, fully prepared for the Sunday LmtJft.s.a"kntrat Wilts frrrddtl.

RITZTHEATRE The 11 o'clock message will be I but is improving nicely. Friends Night Of Music coming features. vegetable No harsh herb frtpln Thoroughly Made from pure but

delivered by the pastor or his ap i may visit her, it is stated. Sunday events will begin at t gently uncorks clogged intestine*.
Weather Conditioned I Is SlatedA Brines comforting relict In mormla(.
pointee. Baptist Training Union I Program 9:30 a. m. and morning worship at Then life look Kinny acstnl Get

will begin at 6:30 p. In. with the I Terris C. McDuffie. baseball 11 a. m. at which time the elder Bteck-Dranfht ra rtUr tr GmMe today. farm. .s.d
president Mrs. Annie Farmer, pre- star hurler, is in Beaumont, Texas Night of Music will be pre- will be heard.The youth will present turn t* **v. euto-ate rcMrf. tool .
Friday and Saturday March 2-3 siding. The pastor Rev. G. W. 'attending to business and visiting sented by Choir No. 2 of Abys- a forum at 5 p. In. and following 1.1.1.JI'.1.U. 1 ::= &** S*

DON RED BARRY Crockett, will deliver the evening i with friends this week. He is a sinia Bapitst Church Thursday,I it will be Vesper services. ru ad a o a,amns.$reve at =iI

"WYOMING WILDCAT" sermon. The other weekly activities local appliance salesman and will March,8, in the church and it is I :
MdBOWERY r- will prevail as usual return later this week. asked that music lovers and all!
BOYS friends will please attend. I
CHAMPION'S
"HIGH The Rev. B.L. Wynn is minister'

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Presented here as the principal feature in the annual anniversary -

the 29th, on Monday evening. March 5, beginning at 8 o'clock,
in the huge auditorium of Isaiah Blocker Junior High School will
be the well-trained and brilliant Bethune-Cookman College Ensembleof

Daytona Beach, a group thcat has thrilled jaxons, friends and

guests in___ other_ __ vears.
Leading forth in preparation of

the program of teh evening here
are Mrs. Ada M. Lee the founderof Congressman

Circle the named Mary to McLeod honor the Bethune founder Is Frank About cry ,,,cr

Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune of .
the college and president, and School Edict a
president emeritus of the college

for nearly a half century and the
current president who succeeded A New York Congressman Rep.
Mrs. Lee as president last election Eugene Keogh (D-NY), said here
Lee being name Monday night segregation "is an
while Mrs. was -L
dpresident emeritus. These two American problem" and not one _: __ : ....te.
women desire to have the audi- for the South alone. ear
torium filled to its capacity in this The Brooklyn member of the r { 'I : U...

giant benefit endeavor and state U. S. House of Representativestold \1."*
a Junior Chamber of Commerce 1r
that tickets to enter are priced
low for grown ups and children. TV Forum that segregation .....,

Bethune-Cookman College's En- probably was "pointed up here"in Members of the local Chapter of the Bethune-Cookman College Harris Livingston an educator. And in center with
semble, now under the direction the South more than in other Development Fund Committee all working lathe interest of raising is Mrs. Sprinkle.

and care of Mr. W, M. Demps a sections and the solution posed "a a huge county state and national fund designed for the erection of In the next picture left to right are the Rev.

master,at his work, is regarded as challenge to democracy." new buildings at the Daytona Beach College. The meeting was held pastor here; the Rev. Damon Dell, a Methodist
one of the foremost in the nation The veteran of 10 consecutive Thursday afternoon in the board of directors roams downtown. Smith business leaden Miss Eartha M.M.White

today, and after the concert here ;terms from New York's Ninth Left to right seated are,the Rl. Her. John Branscomb. bishop of dent of the Clara White Mission and other
the ensemble wif.fake off'for the District said the court's decision Cuba and Florida of the Methodist Church and a Jaxon; Dr. Don A. (Spike) Washington newsman: Dr. H. James Greene
east and north and parts of the "probably should be considered a Cooke, the Methodist Church and Mrs. Ira T. Sprinkle, superintendent and committee general secretary and Dr. Richard V.
iniddlewest and other areas for natural development in the growth of public schools here. Next are Mrs. Arnolta J. Williams news dent of the college, who presided at the enthusiastic .

concerts. of democracy. editor/here; Mrs. Ada M. Lee a strong supporter of.the college for well Saxon an educator and well known here is :
local circle is listed in a Keogh, a supporter of Gov. R. statewide Dr. Moore and"was also
The many years: Mrs. S. Eloise Brooks, an educator; Dr. James. Henpagn with
'class to itself and must contribute Averill, Harriman of New York derson dental-surgeon; George Nairn an educator and Mrs. Thelma FLORIDA
largely to this project of help for for the Democratic Presidential
others who are less fortunate than nomination, was also asked what
they. he thought about Florida's Sen. Pushing Cookie Sale ARMY CLEARSGENERAL Holdup

George A. Smathers as a vice
presidential candidate.The After Being WRITE

Congressman said he had OFRACEADDRESS School Jehnsea

Case Dropped no specific knowledge of Smath-
fanfare is in
Four hollup men
ers' candidacy but he knew from personable
his association and service with 4"Pt handed from a who for possesses
winning
Against Negro tion early Sunday
the Florida Senator he would bea is captain of
WASHINGTON-The Army the attendant on Boy Pa-
capable and qualified candidate of the
x itr9 concluded Friday that its top be robbed, and
h Hurray Case "He would be a ,fine running legal officer, Maj. Gen. Eugene M. gun away from
mate for candidate in
any my Caffey, did not really endorse
declared.At Leroy Davis was t
opinion, Keogh
racial segregation in a speech to
BARTOW Timothy H Ep- the outset of answering the Broadnax Service \
he Georgia Legislature althoughit
pinger. Frostproof resident char- question on segregation, Congressman yDr t A"Y; sc might appear that he did. West State Street
ged with manslaughter in the Keogh said rather frankly he nv, when the men
L.(4 Army Inspector, Maj. Gen.
auto collision death of Perry E. would answer the question here 4r3 ordered four gallons .
David A. D. Ogden reported that
Dec- 12, was freed of the he would in t
Murray just as frankly as Caffey's remarks in Atlanta were As Davis worked
,charge Tuesday on a_directed ver New York or any other section of "injudicious." But he sail they one of the men in

dict.Criminal the country and the world. violated no laws or regulations the revolver on
b
Court Judge Roy H. the
jumped
y requiring "punitive action.
Amidon granted the defense motion $ In his talk, Caffey was quotedas pistol away from
to'drop the manslaughter Shot To Death v.xJ Mdikwe'r'G' #, praising a previous speech to and the gun shaker
charge. However he declined to the in which scene.
Xz. Legislature Rep.
dismiss a charge of driving while In Home Of DeadMIAMI John J. Flynt, Jr., Georgia Demo- Davis turned the
intoxicated against Eppinger. ;t

Eppinger drove one of car Frost-and citizen here : ::1; crat cording attacked to news desegregation.reports, Caffey Ac- they revolver arrived, over to to \
Murray State Legislator -A Negro
said "if I ware going to make a
the other when death in the funeral near-robbery. ,
proof car they was shot to yry aa' = f ( speech: I would hope to make one
collided. home in which he works duringan like that"

ian argument in relation with to the another slayer's Miam-wife. L : %3 claimed Caffey's were remarks"misinterpreted, which he," Judges wrong"l .

PATRONIZE Willie Green, 24, ,employed by created a furor. Rep. Adam Clay- -
4--'cL
an Opa-Locka funeral home, was ton Pewell Jr., New York Demo- nt
Florida StarAdvertisers .
shot to death jn the establishment; crat, called on President Eisenhower -

Sunday.G to dismiss the judge the for
Another man identified as wroat"A
advocate immediately. The Army I
John Lee Gallimore 21, was hell SPURRING DRIVE -Three of Jacksonville's Girl Scou11eaders then orlered Ogden to make a To Parenls

for QUICK RELIEF *f without charge by police who said who are spurring the annual Girl Scout Cookie Sale are shown displaying formal inquiry.Reporting J
they arrested him at gun point as the new cookie box which went on Sale last Saturday. Left on the investigation

HEADACHENEURALGIA he left the funeral home carryingapistoL to right are Mrs. M. K. Gibson. Mrs. M. W. Floyd Cookie Sale Chairman Friday, the Army said: The major
("Florida Star" Photo.) "
and Miss Lillian McClellan. "The inquiry shows that while]j delinquency are
Peace Justice Hugh Duval said Gen. Caffey's exact words were,ental supervision

Gallimore related he fired eight Jaxon Shoots Jaxon ambiguous and susceptible to an of parents to teach
Brae Pates of Hem shots-when he thought Green was I Top ReligiousLeader inference that he was endorsing from wrong,
IIeuraJcIa Neuritis adlSTdN88CS. about to attack him after a dispute About Some MoneyA views favorable to racial segre- Court Judges

Qskk Actkir about Gallimore's wife. In Faith gation, they were actually intended day in resolutions

TestSTANBACKarfetmj shotgun blast from an irate solely as complimentary refer- meeting.The s

preparation 7001* creditor is responsible for putting Won't Go AlongMIAMI ence to the speaking ability of a resolutions
ever coed See how Learn Commercial Art Lonnie Johnson 47, of 121 South third party and were so under- a special session .

qaIek relief comes. Stert AayHsM Myrtle Avenue, in Duval Medical stood by his audience." causes of

'taE C. f. APMOVf Center in critical condition. The religious leader of The effect of Ogden's reportwas :and methods to
a
$ AMEIUCANSCHOOL Chester Murray 58, of 1723 :one third of the nation's Negro to clear Caffey of any like- discussed.The .
/eNl.ts Harper Street' is in jail charged citizens Monday rejected Rep A. lihood of an Army reprimand. meeting
..... ... OF ART
with assault to murder accordingto II Clayton Powell's proposal for all Caffey who was born in Decatur joint conference of
w. Moved T.' New Lttotfe police reports. He was quotedby Negroes to stop work for an hour Ga.. told his Army superiorsthat county judges and :
UY STI.HT1M
_\ 106 CAST fleet DeL Sgts. R.*B. Whittingtonand of prayer on March 28 for the he intended only to praise judges held in the
J. H. Miller, "the man owedme I Alabama Negro arrested in the Flpnt's oratorical prowess, not the ington Hotel lealor
money is the reason I shot bus boycott dispute. substance of Flynt's speech.75YearOld The juvenile
him." "We are in favor of prayer but
recommended that dealers salute
Johnson was hit in the arm and we shall not go along with a who is
nity in Florida
side at 3:10 p. m. as he sat on a nation-wide economic boycott," Han of a wisely president for lead>; of
$ car bumper in front of 122 South said Dr. Joseph Jackson, presi- and also
) reeled primarily the Audio-
7I .. f Myrtle Avenue. dent of the 5,000,000 member Jailed For DopeA parents assume r
e d Arti )'4 '.c Murray told officers Johnson National Baptist Convention.Dr. connection with
had borrowed 50 cents from him Jackson; said he also has
Tuesday and owed hi mabout $15 called on his congregations and 75-year-old local man was (having)

over a long period of time. 'all real Americans-White or charged this week with practicing their children are
are,doing at nighLIn
Negro"-to observe the second medicine without a license after
he prescribed treatment for a explaining
An Auto Here anniversary of the Supreme Court
Steals
Pti ( I desegregation decision-May 17- patient who wasn't sick. curfew resolution,

And Strikes Cop's Car: as a "day of mourning, fasting Judge William T. Harvey of W.Goodmg newly
and prayer." Criminal Court set $250 bond for al vice president '

is inMiami Rayfort Garmon, 3715 Carmichael said no particular '
; A Jacksonville citizen charged Dr. Jackson, on vaca-
with stealing a car hitting a police tion, said he had spoken by tele- Street who was taken into custody -I,was recommended.
1 York after a, "patient" assisted nity should work
cruiser, and arrested for his phone with Powell, New
violations of the law, it was reported Democrat, and had told him it is police in getting the man to order meet particular
by police. not necessary' to stop'work to medicine for her. cluding the
Ernest Pender35, of 1078 West offer prayers."I Det. Sgt. R. K. Rand and E. L. youngsters! mi ht
Coalson, inspector for the State home at night
State Street was placed in the told him I agreed with the
Health Department Narcotics Bureau dances or movies
Jackson,
city jail charged with stealing a prayer aspect, said Dr.
took Garmon into custody tions, he said.
car and running into Police Sgt.J. a native Mississippi, "but I ad- ,
B. Durham's-cruiser at Davis vised him'strongly we would not after he examined the woman, The statement

Street and Kings Road early support a nationwide economic diagnosed her "illnesses" and sold juvenile
Thursday. boycott" her medicine and ointment.of "judges feel (the

arrested at his. work stoppage would beexad.1y caused by a lack
Above is a scene from the new technicolor film hit. "NAKED Pender was "Any
he added- "I don't New York Negro ministers ervision and
AMAZON*' coming first run to the Roosevelt Theatre next Wednes- home by Patrolman Augustus that
day for a three-day engagement. Th. film deals with the lite o! Jones. Elijah R. Davis, 814 believe religion should'be used as called for the nation's Negroes to part of parents as .. d
Camayura Indian tribes of the Amuon who live a simple. Garden of i Blanche Street, was listed as the an economic boycott. Calling a stop work for one hour on Holy children go and Jbeks.svm. T
of exlsiwcx Co-feature, also bramd ..... la tfca ertm. owner of the car Feeder 1* accused :: HIt b work is *et i* the Christian Wednesday: to otter up a prayer statement added,
Eden type
VE5 5 SHAKEDOWN. ttarrla Daml CXXeria.Beth > .' of wneJdaj U ft& pellee tradittaca." for tie Nejrees arrested in the east faQ to teach I

thPlc.us are first Jacksonville skewing chase. Last hiday,1'ewell ui a JI'<1P Ueatfemen, Ala, bus beyeott .plea ef diM sal asve a PC**



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Hiitnam County News, Central Palatka Students In National Honor Society Negro Girl


BY E. J. VBEENf
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S8S Madison Street*Pmlaika. Florida AcademyHighlights < ... c': ," :': Causes GameCancellalion
uga. 6 trd Nt' :$.'i..t I :a
Phone East S-3S25 : M-.Ad 'w"i .

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: The Dedication
program was +ah" + A r + .

"Men ay* great only as they are kind." real nice. We hope all the folks .' WHARTON, Tex.-Wharton

present really enjoyed the program High School students and their
Last week'Mrs--Louise Jackson received our passes to the movies,
Mr. W. M. Thomas, Suptof
parents protested because the
she took her sister Rosa Lee, as her guest.
Public Instruction, gave an address school
board canceled
Before we send out this invitation a game
[ that will be long remem- with the Beeville Tex.
High
to someone may we take time 6 y i i
PtMU Park News .>ered. School
girls' basketball team
out to inform our people that the
.t which haws Negro member.
County registration books are .tf'
The C. A. basketball teams had
The school board action forfeited
9
open and to tell everyone to go '
down and register By Mrs. Florence McBride two good games last Saturday 9f f Wharton's chances to enter the
so you can vote
in the coming primary election in Sunday School was held Sun- night against Gainesville. The state's high school basketball

day morning at.Mt.. .Tamo Baptist girls score was 39-39 in a stand on tournament for girls.
May. Don't put it off. Go right t"f A---1
away.:If you need arty further in- Church. The acting Superintendent your seat thriller; the C. A. boys 1 Students erected posters and

Mrs. Carrie Herlong took: a 64-43 victory. : circulated petitions protesting the
formation contact E. J.Vreen, call pre- V ,
L'I cancellation.A .
me and I will go down with you sided. ..
The Central Marching __
Academy
spokesman said team mem-
if you desire. ... =
Band took part in the Annual bers votel unanimously to play
Now we shall proceed to describe Mrs. Amanda Clay is still very
JayCee Rodeo parade. They wereas = Beeville and that they had theirparents'
a lady, whom I have knowna ill. Many friends wish her a
long time. She likes to read the speedy recovery. usual-real sharp. permission to play.

Florida Star, and she also lives The students and parents asked
on 'v
The C. A. cafeteria keeps rolling 'I the board to reconsider its action.
a street, just one more would bea
Little Miss Mae Lou Clay cele- along. We are still hoping for There came no further actionon

dozen. Her father is very religious brated her 5th birthday with a one-hundred percent cooperation ,1'- the matter it was revealed.
and is also an Elder. He
party Sunday in her home. Her from the parents and students. d
also knows how to straighten out
guests were Amos Huffman. Em- We do hope that the parents .
car if it is struck
your by some- mett Huffman Edna Mae McRae, will realize that their children POLITICSAS
thing. This lady lived in
young
Joyce McRae Bernice Miller depend on them.
Sebring. Fla. Our last clue to her
.
is that she sure did help this reporter Joan Cooks, Herbert Lee Chislom IN HONOR GROUP Students of Central Academy Palatka. who are members of the Purple and USUALContinued

out a few Sundays ago. I and Larry.Mills. The 9-B Rockettes gave a very Gold Chapter National Honor Society are seen here. Kneeling from left to right: Eugene Oliyer, Kenneth

shall never forget her and the boy. interesting assembly program last Baldwin Joseph Truce, and Warren Howell. Standing from left to right: Pearlie L. Trumpler

Friday. The title was "Be Polite"The Ethel Steward. Earnese Gilyard Irs L. Nelson. Gwendolyn Green Geraldine Williams. Annie -Mae
friend. Now I am sure she knows I Ithis. ( from Page 2))

.is meant for her so I will i Pataam entire' program was well Johnson. Evelyn Nelson. William Hutcherson. Mildra Burch. Dothea Hardy Kinsley Carey and Mr. the God of Heaven saw fit to revive -

have two passes for her. i CounfyCustodians done. Mrs. C.A.Young is sponsor. Edwin R,Williams sponsor. Standing extreme rear: Charles E. Smith Sammie McCoy and Earnest us so that we may be backto

I Carey. Another student elected: to the group is Earl R. Young who is not shown. render more service to our
The Central Academy Elemen-
Charles Walker of East Palatka. Heel community and other areas.
I tary grades 1-2-3 sponsored a -- ------
will be th. guest of the Florida! We were treated just swell. We

Star for lunch Monday in the! playlet," in, the"Our high Community school auditorium Helpers -- Dope Is Found Facts About InsuranceBY are grateful to God for his good-

cafeiorium of Central Academy.I The Putnam County Negro Cus- ness and kindness in putting us
Monday night, Feb. 27.
See Mr. Brooks. or Mrs. Wright todians met at the Central Academy back at the desk, and we are
TED BEDDING
Charles. and get ticket. High School Sunday after- JailedPHILADELPHIABlues grateful just much to the
your Singer as scores
The C. A. Juniors are selecting A series of arlcile written in simple language
noon, Feb. 25, for the purpose of who to while ill-
x came see us
class rings. They're: doing a lot of and designed to help the average man or woman
Mrs. Ella Mae Givins returned organizing a Custodians Association regardless of gift and time. It is
selecting and choosing. They'resure to understand the true facts about insurance poll-
from Mims Monday where she Mr. William Banks. Central singer a wonderful thought which comesto
to come up with a beautifuljob. deL The series is being written by Ted Redding
was called last week to attend the Academy High School was the Billy Holliday alnd her husband, the mind of the person who
an expert in the field of Insurance.As .
funeral of a relative. acting chairman. Mr. Daniel Sav- Louis McKay 46, were arrested had been sick and was fortunateto
a public service. Mr. Redding will answer
age, Central Academy Elementarywas here this week in a local hotel be up and about again.It .
4 It's baseball time. Coach Cooperhas any insurance problems that readers may have.
The many friends of Mr. Ernest elected President; Mr. N room on a charge of use and possession has pained this writer to
issued the call and soon the Address all inquiries to Fads About Insurance
Walker of 1500 Washington St Strickland, Edgar Elementary; of narcotics. learn that he thank
thud of ball and the crack of bat Florida Star P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville cannot every-
will be glad to know that he is Secretary' and Mr. J. W. Cliffin, will fill the air. Gone from lastyears' They were given a hearing by 1, Fla body heard from and those who

able to be up and out again after Putnam Hall, :Treasurer. Mr. nine John Howard Magistrate William Cibotti who sympathized with us during our

having been seriously ill for a Frank Strickland of Daytona John Hall "Moose"are Brown. Charles -, held themeach, in $7,500 bail for It is interesting to observe the large number of both "domestic"and illness with personal cards, but

week. Beach was a visitor and gave Watson, Bernard Bolling and the grand jury. out of state or "foreign" companies, now operating in the Stateof the fact is we just can't, but for us

some very interesting suggestionsto Walker. Det Capt. Clarence J. Fergusonsaid Florida, taking advantage of the favorable tax treatment that there is gladness, hope for con-
Danny
Miss Leala Reeves, was calledto the assembled custodians. police found Florida provides.It tinued strength to all of them re-
Outstanding candidates for the acting on a tip

her home in Webster last week, 1956 group are Ben"Snooks" Williams a.Quantity of dope along wtih hy-. is further noteworthy that at least three of those companieshave gardless to where they may be.

on account of the death of her Roosevelt Canty, Simmie polermlc needles, a syringe and found it to their advantage to employ Negroes to represent

brother who passed away in New' Folsom Pleads Williams, Horace Hill Clarence eye-dropper in the couple's room. them. It is my prediction that in time Negroes will be sought to
:The funeral held Sun- Two Men BookedOn
Jersey was Williams, Kenneth Balwin, and Miss Holliday was arrested on a represent all the companies doing business with Negroes or they

day in Webster his native home. For 'Calmness' James Rowe. dope charge here in 1947. She will find themselves losing valuable business as a result of their
Mr. J. B. Collins and the Star Assault Charges
reporter We hope the lights will be ,in was sentenced to a year and a day continuous blockade so far as not hiring Negroes, for their "white

attended the funeral serv- at Booker Field so night games in a federal reformatory. She has collar" jobs as well as selling Negroes, in order to increase their
ices. PENSACOLA Two men of
MONTGOMERY, Ala. Gov. can be played for the first time. been appearing at a local night personal incomes.I .
this city were booked at county
The many friends of Mrs. Ella James E. Folsom says the "world- spot. point with pride to the very fine staff of well prepared neat- jail during the week-end on two
wide attention" given the racial We at C. A. were very proud to and
appearing
hard-working force
of the Home Owners
White of East Palatka will regretto agency separate charges of assault, according -
disturbances at the University of have Mr. George Ferguson,patron Life Insurance
Co. of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, under the
learn that she was stricken manage- to Sheriff R. L.Kendrick.
with another stroke February Alabama "has" been very much visit us last week. We do hopemore Young Boy And Sister ment of Mr. Harold Gibson, as well as my own Fidelity Interstate They were Willie Brown, Jr..

23rd as she was one year ago to overplayed. patrons parents and friends Burned In Home Group. These companies do not sell Negroes on a substandard basisas 22, of 306 East Lakeview Avenue

the date of the first attack. Mrs. He called on white persons and will come out to see what we'redoing. many other companies do. Their premium rates are the same and Clarence Smith, 29, of 3200

White was one of Putnam Coun Negroes this week to "Approachour charged anyone insuring with them and the insurance coverage is North Haynes Street. Each was

ty's highly respected, religiousand problems in the spirit of LAKELAND -A four-year-old identical. Democracy is slowly beginning to be felt in the great released under $50 bond.

calmness understanding debate Ralph "Baby Boy" Taylor, C. boy was killed,and his 18monthsold field of life insurance.In .
civic leaders. She was very Brown is accused of assaultingD.
A. graduate now in the Air Force sister burned when
and deliberation. seriously
active in Mt. Olive AME Church. answer to many questions about the strength and reliabilityof W. Davis with a brick, and
stationed in home
England, was
their home burned here
Sunday
of East Palatka. The governor said there is naturally last week on emergency leave. 4 new companies. Time and space will not permit a lengthy dis- I Smith is charged with assaulting

a fundamental difference night. cussion of all the demands made by the various States before a i his wife with his fists.
Edna Austin left last between and tribes They were Walter Thomas, Jr.,
Mrs. San-I races and company can qualify to operate. But to give a general idea:
The C. A. boys' varsity
and his sister, Cheryl Ann.
d&J'"iQr.BOOklfDe N. Y. to at since the beginning of time. Thereis
junior varsity played the Day- Each insurance company must be born strong. (1) It must deposit
the bedside of her sister who is a difference in the fundamental -
tona Campbell Street, last Wed- $200,000 'with the Florida State treasure before it can selL its first INCOME TAX RETURNS
very ilL Mrs.Austin expects to be I laws of nature regarding the
nesday. They were two good policy. (2) It retains only a portion of the "Amount at Risk" of each Short Form $100
weeks she told this'reporter. animal kingdom.
away for two
games.[ Wedding Bells policy. A re-insuring company assumes the remaining face amount of Long Farm &U)0)

., "The great masses of Alabama each policy. In cases of very large amounts of insurance, there may NED JACKSONTAX

Negroes do not fear their white Joe Purcell Post 173, American Application for Marriage be more than one re-insuring company to help share the risk of EXPERT

IF YOU HAVE MOVED brothers as much as they do some Legion, was host to the 5th Divi- License each policy sold by these companies., (3) A percentage of each pre- 133 Clay SL Ph. EL 1-3703

YOUR REGISTRATION: CARD of their' over-anxious leaders. sion Conference Sunday Feb. 26. mium paid by the policy holders is held as reserve for the paymentof 8 A.K.rw 8 P.M.INGROWN.

WILL;NOT BE FORWARDED Likewise the great masses of the met at the future claims. Therefore that
A large delegation Wm. H. Jones, 1457 Evergreen buying insurance from companies
', TO YOUR HEW ADDRESSBE white people do not fear the High "School with the State of Florida entails risk.
Central Acadmey Ave, age 29 and Mary J. Sneeds, are incorporated no
SURE TO CHANGE masses of the colored people as Auditorium.
2333 Woodland St, age 35. see. e
YOUR ADDRESSAT much as they fear some of the F, MAIL
Calvin S. McFarland, 1323
'THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE extremist white agitators."I In answer to Mrs. J. B. Powell's question: Can an ordinary HURTING YOU
Met Debut Is Set Cleveland St, age 20 and Cecilia
say to the great masses of Campbell, 1070 Madison St, straight life policy be changed to an endowment plan? .laat&fi

both races, let us approach our Talented .x
For
Singer .aUtfJ
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I: Ernie Banks' Brother Joins Up With Chicago Cubs I food wrap. mr most dmiopedl cmczing. I 1 I;I I







Hue of Young Second Baseman I Golden Glove Winner I Ii. sport 1/uAeJ Haison Takes Mitchell Big University SuspendedAt



Goes On Roll Of Major League Two Titles In CHAMPAIGN I1L-Bob Mitch-

ell, the 175
pound halfback who
Griffith Stadium in Washingtonwill
have some shortened fences Star Grid Play made gridiron history last seasonat

CHICAGO-Another Banks has been added to_the Chicago Cubs this year that will decrease the the University has been declared -

roster. The second Banks to join the forces of the Cubs is Ben the home run distance by something CHICAGO-The> Chicago Card ineligible for track compe-

22 year old brother of Ernie the sensational shortstop of the Cubs. like 30 ,feet in left and center inals professional football star titions because of scholastic diffi

Benjamin will not be a member of the parent Cubs, but he has t g ri. fields. In mentioning that, The Ollie Matson is one of professional culties.

been signed to play witK Lafayette, La. in the Class C. Evangeline Sporting News recalls a story ootball's fastest performers. statistics The announcement made by the

League. about Joe DiMaggio a few years compiled by National Football university severely jolted the
Ben Is a second baseman, a chances of Illinois to win the Big
ago when Washington had some League officials revealed that
switch hitter like his brother Archie Moore's Man temporary bleachers in left fieldon the six foot two-inch 210 pound Ten Indoor Track championship.

Ernie once played for the Kansas opening day DiMaggio went halfback won the 1955 unt return Because of Mitchell's speed Coach

City Monarchs. Ben left the Monarchs Iced In Cleveland : hitless. But' the next day the championship.The Leo Johnson had counted on

in 1952, for a stretch in the :-f.. ... bleachers were gone and Joe hit former Olympic sprinter Mitchell for points in the sprint
CHICAGO has'been and relay events.A .
army,from which he was recently reported .three balls 400 feet into the cor- returned 13 points for 245 yards.
discharged.A. by the National Boxing Asso- l; native of Hot Springs Ark.,
ner where the bleachers had been. le scored two touchdowns on
ciation that Charles Johnston i. and a sophomore he
was practic-
B. Vedie Himsl, the Cub's .. 'Gil Coan caught them for easy runbacks of punts,a league high.
scout, along with brothe r.Ernie. manager of light heavyweight outs. "I was swinging late," Di- He also made the longest returnof i ally unknown as a member of the
champion Archie Moore has been football team, until an opportunity
flew to Dallas, ,the home of the :Maggio said. "Twenty-four hours the season 78 yards for a : -
suspended in Cleveland Ohio. came for him to go into a
Banks brothers to sign Benjamin.In ate. touchdown.It I
The association bulletin pointed .' game last season. That very after-
speaking about the 22 year'old \ was the first statistical league
out.-however that the suspensionwas noon, Mitchell went into the game
second baseman funs said: "We title for the 25 year old Matson,
Casey Stengel is either
a con-
restricted to Cleveland. and ra nroughshod over the opponents -
heard about Ben through Ernie who was a former San Francisco
summate actor has short
or a
Johnston was suspenled along and from that day on
and John O'Neil, recently appointed University star, who finished 18th
with Bill Daley well known fight memory,,says Bob Addie. When Mitchell became the toast of the
scout for the Cubs who he was, told several weeks in punt returns a year ago.
manager and trainer. Both were ago university campus. He wound up
managed both Ernie and Benjamin
effective in January 1956. Be- that General Manager George the season as the leading scorer of
when he of the .
was manager
cause of the restricted suspension, Weiss was dickering for Mickey the team.

Kansas City Monarchs. it doesn't appear likely that the : McDermott of the Senators, Casey Another Star Heads Officials believe Mitchell will
Ben reported to the Cubs spring __ said: "What do I want with him?
NBA will join the action, even clwear up his scholastic difficulties
training camp with the first groupof i We beat him every time last sea- For Mound Of Braves
though Ohio is an NBA state. in time to play! football next
players. Both Ben and Ernieare I son. We should have him againstus.
The suspensions were based onindictment fall Everyone is hoping so any-
graduates of Booker T.'Wash by a United States .. ." But after the deal was made All of the baseball fans irt Jack- way.

ington High School, Dallas,Texas. grand jury of the two managerson .. Stengel said: "I'm delighted to sonville and throughout the South
< have McDermott. He's quite a Atlantic League can well remem-
charges of violation of the Jackie Robinson
.. ber Humberto Robinson the slim
Anti-Trust act. The : pitcher and a good hitter. ,
Sherman ? .: .- .. ... .. .. .. right handed pitcher of the Jack
May Run Some Away
Chi White Sox Grab NBA said the suspension will remain sonville Braves who was the I
in effect pending court ac- The National League schedulefor

Lundy, Star Hitter tion. this year has a couple of peculiar toast of the league. Well another I OXFORD Ohio-Jackie Robinson -
Negro is
pitcher scheduled to
has chance to win
good
quirks in it. The Sporting very

CHICAGO The Chicago White News points out that the Pirates, make his appearance in' Braves his regular job back, if he can get

Sox has signed Walter Lundy 20 Whitfield DeclaresHe -'J1II8Ii'- .... who open their season against the ball of park the this Braves summer pitching as a staff.member in shape and keep that way. He

old from Norfolk, Giants in the Polo Grounds in can push some of these fellowsoff.
shortstop Will
year Try Again
TITLE HOLDER Because he twice won the Van Fletcher Unlike Robinson who was a This statement made
contract Last April, won't return to New York was by
Va.. to a season ., Trophy seen here John Wood clever local boxer is shown here right hander Joe Pazano is a left Walt Alston of the
batted .345 with the East until July 6. The Pirates will be Manager
Lundy NEW YORK-Busy Mal Whit- receiving the trophy for permanent possession from. Dick Stratton. tiander and still in his teens, but
End Giants of Norfolk. Lundy is at Ebbets field late in April and Brooklyn Dodgers to a gathering
field, who is ever ready to discuss radio. TV and newsman of rare ability in the ring where he had won highly recommended by ManagerBen at the Oxford Town HalL
considered the White Soxto then won't return there until Au- recently
by anything concerning himself and the title of "Outstanding Boxer" the tournament staged here recently. Geraghty of the Jacksonville Alston said "He's valuable -
7.Manager. : a pretty
be a very promising young player his activities, revealed his plans Wood is a great owman. an expert' boxer aqd is destinedto gust .. Bravese. In heaping words of man to have around. He
"
with amazing ability. for: future activities to a New go far in the profession. praise upon Pazano, Geraghtysaid may not be as fast as he once was,
Farm director Glen Miller said York track writers' luncheon by Casey Stengel of the he still '
The trophy was presented by Mr. Van Fletcher a prominentjnrinettman. remembers a game he but he has that good baseball
Lundy will be assigned to the saying that he will be hurdlingfor and a sportsman of the hlgbest rank. Yankees has.been advising Mick- pitched against his Caguas team sense that him the edge over

Duluth-Superior club of the ClassC Uncle Sam in Melbourne, Wood went to the National Boxing Tourney last season and ey Mantle for three years to give In the Cuban Winter League in other gives players." .

Northern League a White Sox .Australia next fall will go agbin this season on the basis of his title winning here. He up switch-hitting and bat only which he struck out hard hitting many In continuing to talk about

affiliate Miller believes Lundy The 31-year old Whitfield hopesto will be matched on his near trip to the meet in New York City righthanded. Stengel has a new John (Tex) Covington three times. Jackie Alston let it be known

will develop quickly and then qualify for the quarter (400 where last year he went to the quarter finals and did much credit set of figures to back up his ad The Milwaukee Braves thought that he has figured Jackie prom-

be given a''trial with the parent meters and hurdles at the NCAA to himself and this community.SPORTING. vice. The official figures for 1955 enough of him to pay $34,000 for inently into his 1956 plans.

White SoxLEARN_ championships and shoot for the show that Mantle as a righthand- him. He pitched for Santurce in

half-mile (800) meters in the AAU er,..hit .371' but as a lefthander, the winter league. Geraghty said

classicIf this plan 'is followed only .279. Furthermore he struck Pazano has a lot to learn yet but On Two CommitteesFor
IT
UPBY
through everything will be set, out 80 times batting lefthanded, he will learn a lots in spring NAIA Committee

TO DRIVE I Mal would find himself in the and fanned only 17 times right- training. He will be a great helpto
at Los Angeles C. PARHAM JOHNSONTom handed. --
final schooling the Braves.Campanella
The Quickest The FnlnfW GRAMBLJNG La.-Dr.CharlesD.
.r T. team Satte College plus his cleaningand 5555. Henry of the department of
pressing business in Los Baird owner of the Kan field. Jackie Robinson, the pion-!
Not one of the 16 managers in health and phpsical education at
AJAXDRIVING Angeles. sas City Monarchs the greatest eer of Negroes in the big leaguees, Ready I
the major leagues this ever Grambling College has been
year apPointed -
drawing attraction in Negro base- was a product of Tom Baird. Tom.
SCHOOL played for the Yankees or White For Home And Boat to membership on two
ball and veteran of the game Baird has been the Branch Rickey
PATRONIZEOUR Sox during their playing careers. National Association of Intercol-
CALL EL 4-0639
,has announced the folding of activities of Negro baseball players. Priorto
All of the 14 other clubs are represented legiate Athletics committees.-
for the Monarchs for the the time the Athletics offered NEW YORK-Roy Campanella,
George Perpeno in the records of the 16( Publicity Director E. D. "Gus"
the "iron man"
catcher of the
ADVERTISERSLearn present. Baird himself has sign- him the scouting job Bairl was
1134 W. 5th Street pilots. Fish of the NAIA, sail Henry was
ed a contract to coach for the debating whether to field a team Brooklyn Dodgers, recently
appointed as one of two
Kansas City Athletics. in 1956. Last season the wizard of bought a new Long Island home.It repre-

r Commercial t Art Baird a veteran of the game the diamond sold 12 players.On When Paul Richards of Baltimore is a 100-foo tranch house builton sentatives from the Mid-West
conference for District 29. This is
Start AayHme :and a man who 'knows his way accepting the offer to scout acquired Willy Miranda in waterfront property on East

WATCH THIS CLOWN C. f. APPROVED i around the basebell world because for the AthletiCS; Baird said: 'It the fall of 1954 he called him the Islwand Glen Cove N. Y. a liaison committee between executive -

AMERICAN I of his keen judgment of talent is nice to be affiliated with a ma- greatest fielding shortstop in the Campy also purchased a 41-foot officials and various activity -

41-68-23 I was chosen by the Athletics jor league team after years of: world. After watchingthe catlike cabin cruiser which he will be chairmen of the district.

SCHOOL OF ART I to scout the field for talent. The supplying players to them." The Cuban play last season Rich- able to dock almost at his front The other appointment was to

613948I Moved T.' New Laths i Kansas City Monarchs was operating 71-year old Tom Y. Baird has en- ards was convinced more than door step. He has named his boat the national membership committee -

106 CAST SAY STREET I when competition was of joyed a full and rich life of basebalL ever that he had him tabbed "Salt Spray" He said he plansto of the association. Eight men

I 5 24 Fleer I such that most any of the playerson He has known and was associated right. Official American League build a pier into the sound so from various geographical areas

either team could easily be with the greatest of the records for 1955 show that the he will be able to dock his boat of the country comprise the com

\ 7 I classified as big league materiaL diamond both white and colorel. Oriole flash led the league's short- right where he lives. mittee.

1 6 No surgery neededto It was back in 1919 at the In accepting the offer from the stops in total chances, total as- At one time the great Dodger
sets total and most double catcher had planned to his FLORIDA STAR
I YMCA in Kansas City where a Athletics Baird said: "I know I putouts use

22-47-19 reduce swellingof : group of men met and from that haven't too many years left in plays. boat ,for transportation to the IN EVERY
but I s5 Dodgers training site at Vero
84-168-39 meeting came the first Negro baseball in any capacity

: painful piles! Baseball League. The National still love the game and want to be Pitchers of today are better Beach. COLORED HOME .

s..tiwa ...'. .f League was composed of such connected with it just as long as than those of 15 years ago,' according -

So..t Ma _'. ... la doctor's testa amazing new teams as the, Philadelphia Stars,, I can. The A's made me a good to Ted Williams. In an
Stainless: Pam Instantly relieved
He .
weeks It .H ...... relief-wtthoutmpdlraTTyproved y1 Baltimore Giants, Newark Eagles, continued by saying "I feel I can News Williams says the improve-

r *T ftffhfrtg tnttttntlyt ingredients Reduce reUew > New York Cubans and the New do them some good. I wouldn't ment came about through the

FOR MARCH 1Hh( Promote healing.You stt, York Black Yankees. Over in the have taken,the job if I thought I development of new pitches, par- I HOURCLEANERS

27-358-81 remedy.Rapt to comfort Stainless Only Faroe rtatntesa SupporttoriBBorOtnanmtaEdrcggista.pile- American League the Monarchs, wouldn't be worth my pay. I am ticularly the slider. The slider he

Indianapolis Clowns Chicago happy the things have worked says;, has made pitching at least

American Giants, BirminghamBlack out. I have made the major 25 per cent better. That, plus new 11' .

Barons, Memphis Red Sox leagues at last. defensive alignments, he says, accounts -

and the Cleveland Buckeyes. for the decerase of .300

Tom Baird the owner has fol- hitters.,
CRAWFORD
STIDD JOAN of John (Buck) .
These teams were composed lowed his manager
"FEMALE ON THE BEACH"SUU
flllJJnc-
such stellar players as the fabulous O'Neil into the majors. Buck' is
THRU' Sa'y'JOHN. SATE i RONALD lAGAN Leroy "Satchel" Page Josh scouting for the Chicago Cubs and Few major league clubs have

MARCH 4.10 "TENNESSEE'S PARTNER- Gibson Buck Leonard, Oscar Owner Baird is scouting tat the undergone as fast a player shuf-
fle have the St.Louis Cardinals
Charleston Sam Jethro Luke Athletics.For as BACHELOR BUNDLES

MIDNITE SATURDAY! ON STAGE RAMBLE! Easter. Dave Hoskins, Al Smith, many years Tom Baird'sKansas roommates in recent years., Stan Only Musial the and famous Red

Don Newcombe Sam Bankhead City Monarchs was the
ROOSEVELT SInIEWs. Melvin "Put" Powell "Bullet" Yankees of Negro basebalL At Schoendienst remain" from the
last Cardinal championship team 5 HOUR SERVICE
Rogan, "Smokey" Joe Williams that time old Satchel Paige was

T.... Much "., 5-. Tag'-March- "., Louis Santrop Ernie Banks, Gene steaming them over for the Mon- of' 1948. And only seven on the
...... lit R_ Ieprt ."LEFT HAND OF GOD"" How- time there present roster were on the rosterin ..
Baker Larry Doby Elston archs.. At that were Beevtifolfr Undered <* fial.he4'I
SterU., Hay4ea 1952.
Glee Fet4 R "AMERICANO""TIMBER
JACK" I. c..., ard, Hank Thompson and many two Negro leagues, the National
....". Bets ,Wed.Taus. Much 7.JAIL .' others who won the high esteemof Gong since folded up) and the
IUSTIIS" NJ ,LOINS IN FOUNT AlHWeL..1f. baseball moguls and greats of Negro American'LeaIUe. GmIllG UP NIGHTS
{ UJw4LvJ4
-MAN IN (ATTIC'Id
Muss 7.' the liamond. Baird sold the. Monarchs, but tf wwrie4 tIy-Ble&lwW____(o.tUDCv 'I J
Rva T.cIaial.r Frt. ti' $d. -, Mb 9.10"NAKED With all of these great Negro i his heart is still centered on baseball = .? -:
AMAZOH" w...... nrHler stars oft diamond past. and I and now instead of being 4u. W et ael aiad"'ii'ZcIer' rtoSlt&
cad em.. Hltl H..InAIL M.VIGH.ANTW' cyxrzaa euIct.saudaetion .
Tom Baird had a bighead known Tom Baird'the owner i rilcm
present, as
"
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'US VEGAS SHAKE90WN"Osaata PIal" 911 West 416 Main
Ashley
Streetv
O'IC..f JAIL .. la starting them an toward I he will be known 'as Tom Baird == l'r: eCJ i

I fame and fortune on the baseball the scout er mooq-baek tnte+.



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ABOUT TOWN: Johnny' Howarl had a nice crowd at his steak Jax Educator In Fierce Drug Store Pistol l Fight
dinner
last
i BY JAY JAY Sunday. You should hear Wesley Scott talk about how _
big and tender the steaks were .
Aw chile. but the joint really rocked and rolled. They had to f
Harold Gibson and Laverne Pearson were cooling in the Trop- Edwin Henry Williams of 1365 ATLANTA Ga.-A 35yearoldlocal store who came in to relieve Dr.
be-talking about the big IhiDg,cUg at the which featured
Armory
icanna. Gibson and Fermon Woblfolk are both glad to see warm Evergreen Avenue and an influ- druggist and a 20-year-old Henderson on guard,duty.:
Duke Ellington and his aggregatiorn. Everybody in town ,
was on weather so that they can let the tops back on their convertibles entia Iresident of this city and a young man he formerly employee Dr. Royal told police that
the seen: and dug the happenings. Joe Higdon is still and
on top Lois Randolph is doing nicely and tells all she is kicking on all eight foremos teducator during a periodof as a leliveryman were found shot money had been disappearing
still knows: how to bring the big ones in.
cylinders again after a bout with the viruses Ruby Cooke had many years, is dead. to death in a suburban pharmacy from the store during the past two
Frank Legree, Jr. and Haywood McGee are planning to presentthe a scare and thought she had of all things "the mumps". He passed in his home early early Wednesday. The druggist is weeks and he and Dr. Henderson
first musical of the season in few weeks. The "1956 Follies"
a. Joe Gardner is still importing them prettier and prettier. At Tuesday morning following an white and the younger man is decided to keep a vigil at the
will be held at New Stanton High School on March 23rd. Featured .
one time he would run with Skeets Hamton and Morris Cappedgt extended illness.A Negro. place from closing time until
will be from the ocal schools. A attraction will be
groups special but now he has forsaken them ,. Folks are talking about the native of East Palatka, Mr. Dr. Carten Barren Henderson dawn.
the Walkerettes from the Walker Business and Vocational School
Plantation Club. Albert Jones weU known bell-hop is around, most Williams came to this city at an owner of the Oglethorpe Pharmacy Officers said a key to the store's
Music wffl be furnished by the newest and most sensational comboin
of the time so stop in and see the boys, early age. He was a retired pub- died from two bullet front door lay' on the floor near
town. The group is composed of Womack Howard on piano, Leo Saw the academy award nominations which made us wonder lic school principal and also a retired wounds. the body of the dead young man.
Dorsey, drums, Julius Brooks, alto sax, Brown bass and Freddie "
when will we see such movies as "Picnic' "Rose Tattoo", "Man letter carrier. He served for Horace Baker employed at the
Hill and Teddie Washington on trumpet. This group plays mostlyon With the Golden Arm" and The Benny Goodman Story". many years as principal of West ,store six months ago as the deliveryman -

the progressive "kick" mixed with some sweets. See you next week and don't forget to register. If you' don Lewisville School now Forest died from a bullet wound Reproduction
On Saturday last this corner had the privilege of spending a in
Park School the chest.
want Gainesville to become Tuscaloosa and Jacksonville to become
little time with two old friends. John Marion "Nose" and
Phillips
Montgomery you had better register to vote and vote 'so that you The deceased was a member of Dekalb County Police CaptainE. Presented To
Frank Jarvis, both of Hampton, Virginia passed through on their
can sort of influence Mr. Charlie. Mt. Zion AME Church and was T. Wagnon said the two apparently -
way to Miami. Phillips, a former basketball and football great at .
prominent as a member of the blazed away at each other Florida Normal
Hamton Institute, is_ the owner of a crabmeat packing plant and Masonic Order and served for a after Baker using a kep made for

Jarvis is a, federal employee. Jarvis was formerly stationed with Mrs. WilliamsTo '56 Follies Show number of years as Grand Lodge the front door entered the store.
Porche rTaylor' Jr. Both fellows they just love Florida sunshine
say Secretary. At the time of his Dr. Henderson was keeping a President R. W. Puryear of

and the hospitable folks. Will Feature passing Mr. Williams was a mem- night-time watch at the store be- Florida Normal and Industrial

Otis Speights is known as the political prognosticator of Broad Fete ClubThe ber of Myrtle Lodge No. 136 and cause of recent burglaries.The Memorial College has received a

Street. H. is being pressed hard by L J. White and Jack Legette. was also a member of Crescent bodies were discovered I letter from the publisher of Who's

One again John "B. B.' Pickens was holding forth on the scene and Singing GroupsFrank Chapter of the Royal Arch about 1 a. m. by Dr. Pete Harris Who In America. Wheeler Sam-
was trying to out shout Nip."Lord Calverf Sams. Hattie Dix passed well-known Seminole Cul-
Royal druggist the
Masons and an honorary member a employed at mons, with a lithographic repro-
and just spoke to the fellows. We ain't telling the name: of the ture Club will assemble in its "of the E. H. Williams Command- i duction of a .citation presented
J'OW1glady she had in her company but we will tell you that she regular session and afterwards ina LeGree will present the
fourteen ery of Knight Templars all of the posthumously to Henry Ford for
is from social session and in Walkerettes of Walker'sVocational
the West Coast. program
'
I Most Worshipful Union Grand "outstanding furtherance of
All persons of note seem. to be heading for Tallahassee this the home of Mrs. C, G. Williams, and" Commercial College Lodge of Masons. ReIska Vodka American Higher Education" on
week-end. Laura Wynn the Fuller Products lady is in the Capital the hostess at 1845 Moncrief Rd. in the 1956 Follies" at the I
behalf
New Stanton Funeral services were scheluled of the editors of Who's WhoIn
City. Editor and Ken in the annual Monday evening March 5, beginning High School audi-
Simpson Knight are participants !to be held Saturday afternoon in Winning FriendsRelska America. The reproduction was
torium
Press Workshop which is being held at FAMU this week-end. Ken at 7 p. m. and serving as Friday, March 23, at 8:30p. : .
I These the Mt. Zion Church with burialin sent to Florida N. and I. M. Col-
has just returned from the "Big City. He brought back one of co-hostess with Mrs. Williams will m. fourteen voices of
the Olive of the in
Mt. Cemetery on the lege as,one recipients the
the prettiest sounds imaginable in the person of a "cold tuned voice". be Miss Eartha M. M. White the harmony blend magnificently together Vodka is currently sche- announced
family plot.Survivors recently grants of the
We hope his cold improves soon prominent founder-president of: in singing such popular duling an intensive and continu-
Ford Foundation
include the widow to private liberal
the Clara White Mission and other songs as Moonlight: in Vermont"and ing campaign in the of
ABOUT Is
TOWN: Alvin James has changed bases and now on ; pages arts
"He.ft'The Mrs.Catherine Williams; a daughter l colleges and universities. It
8th and Davis more than 21st and Myrtle Avenue George agencies of the city and state. Walkerettes are: "Florida Star".
Mrs. Mabelle W. Oliphant, was accompanied by a reprint ofa
Smith of Ga.
Eliza
8th and Presiding at the business con- Mary ; Graham Relska. a famous name in Eur-
Washington is in the running for the title of "Mayor of-
local school teacher three sisters, letter addressed to Mr. Ford by
Davis" Morris Fisher makes it a point to turn his head when fab of the evening will be Mrs. i of S. C.; Rose' -Jones Fla.; Rosa three brothers and other; relatives. ope since 1721, has become a top Mr. Sammons (Who Was Who,

he sits on 8th and Davis.: Especially when "your truly" passes .'. : P. G, Aaron the organization Mae Lloyd, S. C.; Emma 0 Lee favorite in this market and every- Volume II, Page 193), in which
Bertha Odom is here from Chicago. Bertha upped and married and president and other officers are James Ocala; Lucille Kent Panama where because of its quality as 'the recalled
expected to be present at their City; Annie Ruth Foster W. the truly "diplomatic drink." Rel publisher conversa-
her hubby took her to the "Windy City" George "Fat George" Demo Council tions with Mr. Ford indicating the
duties. Palm Beach; Joe Grate S. C.; ska has no liquor taste (it mixes f
Harris is slipping in extra practice on the boys so that he can take latter's concern for that type of
the play away from all of the entries in the forthcoming golf tourney. The program after the business Ernest Arnold, Jacksonville; Wal- smoothly in all highballs and education that trains one to think. E

J. D. "Mr. Schaeffer Goodwill" Brooks was assisting Wesley meeting will present some of the ter Robinson Gainesville; Ella Heels Monday cocktails and is light and clear An instance that of a
was a
is most accomplished and talented Mae Middleton S. C.; Evelyn when served straight-ice cold). young
Scott in wining and toasting two fine young ladies. Scotty a I. man who had been placed in
in the city and the social Blackwell S. C.; Adel Capers, Relska also leaves no tell-tale
laly-picker extraordinary XI P. Johnson is in demand all over persons The Christian Democratic Coun- charge of a training group for
session which will follow it is expected Ga.; Delores Trapp, Daytona after-breath.
town as an M. C. especially from the eemale organizations.
cil will hold its regular weekly mechanics because Mr. Ford had
due to be and funmakingfor Beach. Mrs. Davis director of the Millions are learning that Rel-
the gay
this week-end to
Arlean Felton was called to Daytona
meeting in the office of the presi- noticed that he could think, and
entire all, states the hostess Mrs. group is credited with their tremendous ska the "World's Most Honored
passing of her mother. We extend our sympathy to the dent Ernest D. Jackson on Mon- about whom Mr. Ford had indi-
McCollough family Sorry to hear of the passing of Prof. E. H. Williams. success. day night March 5. Vodka in the familiar square- cated hewould give a hundred.

Williams the father of Mrs. Mable Oliphant the well-known church The Culture Club is widely- The president, Ernest D. Jackson shouldered bottle is the answerto however skilled in how-to-do-it
known for its .community work ; today's demand for a quality
organist. who recently returned from I for one of his kind and thata
and is a leader in the sphere of Hi. Ararat liquor with a prestige back
addition Christopher's
George Christopher informs us of the latest to ,Group the Fourth Annual Southeastern sound liberal education would

Pier. He has just completed a new boat ramp. You boat culture creation and' development, Regional Conference of the NAA- ground. make him a top- executive or a

fans can now launch your craft with a minimum of effort at the state the leaders of the movement. CP irr Charleston-S., C, had recorded -, top scientist if he wanted to go

only boat ramp in this section owned and operated for Negroes by Sels AnniversaryThe the speeches made at the I Seven Children Die on to the sciences.
Negroes. For those who shun the water George has fine dinners
; Wife Of JaxoR Conference by the NAACP's exec- The letter contains the follow-
and all types of beverages. Looks like it will be a pretty week- Mt* Ararat Quintette is utive secretary Rop Wilkins and In Fire Of Home ing paragraph: "Over and above

end so Irive' down to New Berlin and have some fun. completing plans for the celebra- Congressman Diggs of Detroit the direct assistance the Ford

Ernest "Inky" Wilson passed, and wants us to tell the folk Uses Knife On tion of its 7th anniversary pro- Mich.and these were heard by the MARIANA Ark.-Seven child- foundation gifts provide I believe

about the big "Open House" they are planning at the Duval County gram to be held in the auditoriumof Council and were highly enjoyedby ren perished near here late Wed- that the attention their magnitude

Vocational School on April 25 They want everyone to come out Sailor Husband the Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchon all in attendance. More of the nesday night when fire destroyed automatically attracts will proveto

and see the future tradesmen work. April 16, 1956. The group is proceedings of the Conference their four-room frame house. be exactly what is needed to

B. F. McLaurin of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters was ---- comprised of five of Mt. Ararat's which were recorded by the presi- The pregnant mother, Mrs. Vi- awaken the nation to the neces-

in town along with A. Phillip Randolph, the national'prexy.. Both A Jacksonville wife knifed her best singers and each member is dent will be heard at the meetingof ola Edwards was burned critically sity of saving our private liberal-

are doing a fine job trying to convey to the Negro public the importance sailor husband Monday and he is a star within her own,right. They the Council. but the father Lonnie Ed- arts-and-sciences colleges and

-of unions everylay life. Mr. McLaurin spoke to the being treated at a local hospitalfor have sung together for several wards and two other children universities; that this awakeningwill

student body of the Vocational School and also appeared on a special lacerations of the right leg years and have won the hearts of escaped. at long last bring about what

program at Edward Waters College. police reports state. the: masses of the church-going Satswiia News The dead are: Willie 13; Patricia many of us have been earnestly

Well "Rock and Roll" Fuller Warren has tossed his hat in the The victim is Albert Ware, Jr, public in Jacksonville and wher- Ann 8; Lula Jean, 6; Garfield -I fighting for during recent years,

ring for governor. Will be a very interesting, race. We- want to, 35, of 1407 Jefferson Street and, ever they have traveled. By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter 4; twins Joseph and Jose- preservation of them as indepen-

pass one thing on to all, sepia voters. Don't be alarmed when you I charged with the attack in the I Invitations have been extendedto phine, 1. dent institutions."

see where your choice as a candidate has made a pro-segregation living room of their home at 1407 all the city's best singers and Services held Sunday at the A.

statement. Every white man in the South will stand up for segre- Jefferson SL, is Ruby Ware, 38, of speakers to participate on the pro- i M. E. Church was enjoyed by all -
gation if'the question is placed before him. It is political suicidefor the same address who engagedi gram who attenled.

any candidate to be painted with the tar brush if you follow me. na fight with her mate. Mrs. Sula Mae Wilson had asher

Follow the candidate check his previous recor dand try to read The victim told police his wife house guest Sunday, the Rev. FIRST AGAIN !

in between the lines. In fact if even I were running you'd catch had been treated at the local Na- Ho Breakfast and Mrs. Starkes and also Mrs.

holy heck trying to pin me down. val Air Station hospital for abouta Marion Hamilton.

On the "Cullud" political front all seems to be quiet. The year for a nervous condition. He Miss Clara Mae Wilson left for

election year "Civic" clubs are reorganizing. This corner. stated said they engaged in an argument So Wife Is Cut Ft. Pierce, Florida to spend three COLOR T-V By RCA

some time ago that every election year these clubs ended their during which time she ordered weeks, with her grandmother. .

hibernating and came out to uut on a little fat before going back him to leave the house. He stated Mr. and Mrs. Shorter and

into their shells. she' had a knife and when he Angry because his breakfastwas Mrs. Brown motored to St.Augus-

f'OI'he first time in my memory most of the treets in our tried to take it away from her he not ready on time Sunday L. tine to visit Rev. Henry Cummings Presented for Your Entertainmentat

section of the- city: hare been marked off and have stop signs on the was stabbed in the leg. BEvans, no age listed of 2317 who is in the,Flagler Hos-

streets that do not have the right of way., We must take our hats Ware is a sailor stationed here Janette S1.. stabbed his wife Ber- pital. They also visited Mrs. -

off to Lou Bitter of.the Highway Department. We can see tangible and has been for 14 years. He has nice Evans 30, of the same ad- Amanda Clay of Pomona Park,

evidences of campaign promises being kept. Can't say the same been married to the accused 13 dress, and she was treated at Du- who is quite ill. .....

for the Department of Health and Sanitation and others. In Health years it was stated. Police also val Medical for stab wounds witha Mr. Joe Brown and Mr. O. B.

and Sanitation there is 'a Negro boy who is qualified to be an talked with the accused who is knife to the left side of her body were the house guests of Mr. MANUEL'STAP

said to have stabbed her husband police reports state. James Stanley, of Pomona Park.

in self-defense. She stated she Victim' said her husband had Mr. Walter Wilson is quite ill

TWO BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU would prefer charges against been drinking and became mad a this home. ROOM

Ware at the Naval Air Station. with her because she didn't have .Fire-Year-Old Girl

MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES, Sgts. R. B. Whittington and J. breakfast ready and went into her Hurt By Local CarA .

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