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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Washington March Seen AN EDITORIAL r

If Congress Should Fail Last Monday night the writer of this editorial witnessed x 1
a betrayal of the people of Jacksonville by members of the
City Council that ranks second only to the betrayal of Christ
by Judas Iscariot who sold his beloved Master to death on across 1
To Act On Civil RightsWASHINGTONA for thirty pieces of silver. 1c c -

We doubt seriously that thirty pieces of silver could have :i.-
been the, factor that influenced our councilmen surrender ---- -
DENIED A delegation of Negro citizens who appeared before the City Council last
Negro march on the Capital may be organ the blood and sweat of poor working men and women to that
Monday night protesting passage of the bus fate increase bill is shown here. The bill was passed by
giant-the Jacksonville Coach whose for
: Company- appetite
ized if Congress fails to act on civil rights legislation, it was stated
profits can never be sufficed. unanimous,Tote after two Jaxons. one of whom was Eric O. Simpson editor of the "Florida Star spoke

r here.More than 1,500 delegates to a: One thing is certain however as surely as Judas against passage of the bilL (See Editorial: "Where Are Our Negro Leaders" Page 2.)

Iscariot went out and hanged himself a thorny tree, these
: national civil rights -conference: on I I
. Jieaded-home this week leaving Two BacktabDieTi councilmen will find that they have committed suicide politi-

V"the threat ,of. -a,..,march,,behind cally as far as the_ people of Jacksonville are concerned.FranJdythb ., jjajLT IflCIease'Bus Fares S
-----uem:"" ..,. -- '- *""* piAHcattori-aad-lirihiaai utt-aj >5'H nu ttfl- s
r Conference Chairman Ray Wilkins recswGAINESVILLE tens for'whom It speaks fa deeply disappointed la"'the men Ti hOthers
f said at the closing session of: .' who unanimously' 'voted for an increase in but fare over' the Threat
.' the three-day: meeting that the .protests of both Negro and white citizens. Ny Brings Boycott ;
be resorted to it Con- The die-and a most vicious one it is-has-beeri-cast. It
may Two Negro
is too late now to rectify this wrong. But the men of the council NEW YORK The Universityof
gress fails to give attention to residents and unidentified I
an man I and work in Alabama embroiled in the case Tamer Efforts Are
who came in the colored areas promised to UrgedIt
"our requests. were killed Sunday when their
I of Lucy, was reportedto
much of the interest "of all the people, as they put it then, will reap
Delegates car was struck by a Florida East
be ready to admit fully qualified
their just rewards when they seek re-election or seek to move
their time to buttonholing Con- Coast train about 1:31 p. m. Negro students if it must
gressmen and Senators to urge into other posts. was reported this week that Negro groups are considering the
The crash raised the death toll under the law.University
passage of an eight-point legislative For the record, these are the men 'who put through the operation of car pools and possibly the instituting of a bus boycottin
to from auto, accidents in
seven fare increase bill which was signed by Mayor Haydon Burns: officials were quotedto
program the conference pro- protest of the increased bus farts which was voted earlier in the
posed. this area during the period since Ralph N. Waters, Fred White; John P. King, Clyde Cannon, this effect by dispatches from week.

The program includes outlawing early Saturday. Marvin J Sweat, Cecil Lowe, Council President; Robert K. Tuscaloosa, Ala. "Our action in With the effective Montgomery, and from a one-mile zone beyondthe
Elder Harris, 18, and Robert Roberts Lem and James M. Peeler. the Autherine Lucy does not
the poll tax, guaranteeing the Sharp, case Ala. bus boycott still fresh in city limits. It eliminates pres-
Lee Henderson. 19, of Gainesvilledied We do know whether these Just ignorant that going to
right to vote, protecting citizens not men were mean thereby we are their minds the heads of some ent weekly passes and initiates a
from vioence strengthening the after the accident, while,an of the facts surrounding the Jacksonville Coach Company and keep all Negroes out," Dr. Oliver groups are calling for similar ac five-cent charge for transfers,
unidentified white man was killed Us repeated requests for fare hikes or whether their actions C. Carmichael Alabama's presi-
civil rights section,of the Justice tion. More considerate heads are presently issued without cost. The
instantly.Two motivated by something than the people'sdesires. dent said. "We are npt going to
Department and an anti-lynching were stronger reluctant to advocate a boycott, City Council has not authority to
of the violate the law in the, case'of
other occupants car realizing the widespread incon- regulate bus fares beyond the
law.Wilkins urged the delegates to Sherman Lewis and Raymond Hardly three years ago the bus company appeared before qualified students. And if a student venience would bring about on !-mile zone.
go home and.work at the precinct Hutley 20 of Daytona and the the council with an appeal for increase in fares,' crying that were fully qualified the coupled with the doubt that uni- Two speakers who protested the
level and on up now that they driver of the car, were taken to they could not successfully operate on a ten cent fare. At board of trustees would not turn ted action could be secured. three ,bills passed in one were
have the views of theirrepresentatives. Pine Ridge Hospital where officials that time they asked for the abandonment of unlimited week- him down." More temperate action is seen brilliant in their presentation and

If these methods do not stated Sunday night that ly passes and swore there would be no further increases. The press reported the univer- in a bid for an increase in wages. were Eric O. Simpson Managing
work "other steps will be considered Lewis was in "fair" condition.The The largest number people who win experience a di- sity already is receiving admission Last Monday night the nine: Editor of the STAR and Warren
,** he said. sixth occupant, Jerome rect hardship_as a result of the increased fares-are the Negro inquiries! from-other Negroes and Jacksonville City Councilmen Whitener a contractor and builder -
He also said a letter is being Smith of 1017 Lincoln Ct, escaped maids domestics and other low income working men and "it is assumed that one or more voted unanimously to authorizea who also spoke against the bill
drafted to President Eisenhower injury. He told police when he women who do not own cars. of them will be advanced" to fare increase for the Jackson-' at last Friday's public hearing.,
urging the chief executive to saw 'the approaching train he If the higher income bracket group thinks that this is being ready for the legal test of ville Coach Company. : Simpson, a spokesman for a con-
make a direct statement on the dove to the rear foorboard away solely the poor working man's problem they are sadly mis- admissibility before the next The councilmen reached their testing delegation of citizens, ask-
"urgent matter" of civil rights. from the side the train struck. taken. is a matter for all of us. ( school year begins. unanmious consent without a sin- ed the full voting council to give
By the same token that the bus company has passed on its gle member of the body voting further consideration to the rate .
increased cost of operation to the working people,. a large All newspapers said the all- against the motion to increase the proposal Simpson made it.known
Brawl majority of the working people will be forced to seek pay white university will resist com- bus fare by five cents if the pas- that the bus company was requesting -
Tavern Wounding increases to defray the added cost of transportation.You pulsory integration but would senger involved is traveling a mileor that the cost of wage Increase -
can be sure that the housewives In Harbor Oaks. abide by court decisions. more beyond the city limits to be passed onto the bus pa-
San Jose. Empire Point and other areas beyond the city limits Carmichael quoted as say- charge a nickel extra for all trans- trons "arbitrarily.
Brings Death To JaxonA will be pressed to pay their maids. day workers and babysitters ing "a very careful investigation"would fers, in and out of the city and to Whitener reiterated his conten-

increased wages to cover transportation. be made to make sure Negro discontinue all passes. tion of Friday night that increas-
This breaking of faith with the' people and continuous applicants are fully qualified.81YearOld The councilmen followed the ing rates would result! in a loss of
raising of fares could easily lead to the operation of car pools recommendation of their committee customers and suggested again
fight followed by a fight in a local beer tavern resulted in
and possibly a boycott. on public service and motor that better management, rather-
the death of a Jacksonville man. Charlie Kinsey Jr. 24, of 1411
raiseIn Woman
The big question though is: Why should there be a transportation, which held a than higher charges might solve
Street ast Friday night
Wicox fares? Why should the people be asked to pay for a $4,200! meeting in the council room last the company's financial problems.The .
Kinsey suffered stab wounds_ in Patrolmen E. D. Mattox, P. H. operational loss? Why is there a deficit? Is it due to poor, Admtis To Swindle Friday Tiight. Ralph N. Walter is measure was passed while
the upper left chest, inflicted witha Short; Lt. J. A. Blair, Det, Sgts.
management? chairman of that committee and about half of the council room
two-blade pocket knife. i C'lL Hendricks, E. B. Mattox, J. Continued
(To Be ) (made the recommendation. was occupied by a mere handfulof
Accusedf of the slaying is Ben H. Parker, G, T. Jones R. B. GAINESVILLE An 81-j ear-
Basically, the new ordinance white, and a large number of
Whittington and G. H. Hurlbert old woman.Mrs. L zzieMelvin
of 1314 Everson Street,
Taylor who ,28,latser arrested by Sgts investigated. I I II Terms Given To Five On Breaking ChargesTwo Route 4, W. 16th St, reported a retains the present 15 ,cent fare Negro citizens, the latter bearing
was I confidence-swindle to Sheriff Joereasse within the city limits.It adds five placards whch protested the proposed
and G.T.Jones.
R. B. Whittington
to Raiford to cents to that charge for travel to rate schedule. '
I residents were sentencedin ordered returned last Monday.
Witnesses were George Fitzgerald, LOCAL MAN CUT
-245 West Fifth Street; Altamase Provisional Criminal Court to serve his sentence. Mrs. Melvin standing at the

Ray, of 1010 Scriven Street; Lou- IN KNIFE FIGHTIn five year prison terms for break- Three 'Atlantic Beach youths i intersection of 16th Ave., and Leroy Callus Bus For Governor;
ise Bright 1838 West 16th Street,' ing and entering Monday.Willie Lewis Taylor, 20. Willie Edward Waldo Road about 11:30 a. m. last .
and Theria Pauldo of 1225 Kings a pocket knife fight Satur- Bell 42 of 1018 Kings: Williams 19 and Flozell Waters, Tuesday said she talked to a Negro G erutell'Tree Of Scaidal"
Road. day Roosevelt Grant,48,of 333 W. Road pleaded guilty to breakinginto 17 were sentenced to six months man and woman who had a Says ,
According to Altamese Ray. Orange St, suffered lacerations of an auto with intent to commit each in the county jail after they purse containing $600 they said
she and the accused were sittingin the left collar bone and was 'a felony.Judge A. Lloyd Layton pleaded guilty to petit larceny.: they found. TALLAHASSEE? LeRoy Collins of Florida will run againon

a booth in the place drinking treated at, Duval Medical Center, ordered Bell to the Florida The youths, all Negroes, stripped The man,.Mrs. Melvin sajd of- the basis of a statement made late ,Monday after the State Su
beer. She said the victim came police state. The fight is said to State Prison Farm upon comple- tires, tubes and wheels from an fered to give her part of the preme Court rued him eligible to run, for the four-year term in
up to the booth and took up their have occurred at the address list tion of a six month sentence he is automobile parked on theMay- money if she would make changefor May of this year. ..
beer, poured some from each ed, and charged with the cuttingis serving at the county jail for es port Road last Oct. 20._ him. Mrs. Melvin said she Collins followed up his formal mary:
bottle and began.drinking it. She Isaiah Thomas 64, of 617 cape. gave the man $135 and was told announcement by qualifying at Others who entered previouslywere
states the accused told the victimto Odessa St. but no cause was James Calhoun 27, of Bulls Bay Rutha Mae Johnson Dorsey to wait 45 minutes for them to the Secretary of State's office : Former Governor Fuller
go easy and when he didn't he given for the altercation. Road admitted breaking into a of 650 Florida Ave.was sentenced return. here and then holding a news Warren. Farris Bryant, Sumter
stabbed. Then the victim A witness was Lannie Mae house and stealing a pair of pants, by Judge Layton to 60 days in the heading conference.His Lowry. Peaslee Streets and W. Bj
was 'The were last seen
walked to the door of the pace Davis of ,331 W. Orange St, and some socks and a shotgun valuedat county jail after she was adjudged toward couple the bus stop at Harris formal entry assured a six- Priee. Warren is a former Jaxon
and fell- He-died shortly after the investigating were 5gb. :C. T. $31 last_Nov. 12. Calhoun who i I guilty of aggravated assault/and Field the report said. man field for the May 8 first pri (Caatiswed on Fag S) $
knifing. Jones and R. B. Whittington has served time before 1IIr'0I petit larceny.


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PtftC TV THt FLORIDA STAR Satt;>f4ay, March 10, 1956


NEWS i.l 1

z.'" .blbW by Tile Florid 'Star PMblis&g c.. lv LeROY M. (Spike) WASHINGTON

Mailing 4II4....; 1iiAi Dr. _Ralph Bunche the greatest Negro living today in inter-
'._6 P. O. fez 561 J_ko YllU 1, ,,,rUe:4U national prestige, and who serves as Undersecretary of United Nations -

"- Bro.4 Strttt, JUoaynle. FlerU PHONE ELGIN .4-3773 a quite large position in itself lashed out the past week at"bigoted"

whites who are endeavoring to smear of
CIC& , rights as Communists. _
"S>*." WotW twi .__ __..,.... _.,.._ .. N.w EJllor

C. P.HMM Jksso ......_ _....._...._. 1 Newt Staff "This serves Communist pur-
poses admirably but it will not Yes, there are bigots who smearus

Member of Associated Negro Press deter the Negro," Dr. Bunche said as Communists because the

in his sparkling and impressive hand writing in seen written on
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: address to the 40th Convention of the wall for those who kick and

1. Negro FIrwnfcn. the National Association of Secondary slug hard in their feeble efforts to

2. More Negro Police Officers. ; School Principals, held in continue to bar Negroes from all
.. F 1 ? rO+ 41
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. : %, _._ Chica o. the schools supported by public

:4. More and Better School and Speeding.Up of. the:: ? Dr. Bunche funds and subscriptions.

'0 Building Program.WHERE. ; {;:-. discussed racialsegregation This is the day and the time

i n when Negro residents of all communities

WH'Tf 'e ,. his address, should show they are

ARE OUR. and was bril- entitled to these belated blessings,

liant doing so. but idt will take courage, effort
and sensible work to accomplishwhat
The doctor
NEGRO LEADERS we are looking forward to
t ,1'1 said in his mes- obtaining.And .
sage that the .
.., while all of the chatter is
best answer to
On of the plights of the Negro people of Jacksonville and ;, 1 triJitEl' Communist propaganda about going the rounds we are still urging
non-registered Negro citizensto
Dural County is the absence. worthwhile leadership : us ar ; race problems in this country is registered before
get or on
and this need for good leaders who will work in the interestof "the American Negro's remark-
April 6, this year, and at election
the people has demonstrated itself time and time again. able progress by means of our
V times be among the first to VOTEif
democratic constitutional
The most ,recent demonstration of the need for dilligent pro- not the FIRST.Registrations .
cess. That was a wonderful and
Negro leaders was the passage last week of a bill to increase are still slow but
lasting thought and should be
bus fares with only Negro voice it. there is the that
one speaking against taken in fully by every Americanbe hope they may
The Negro voice that spoke in City Council meeting he white or black. pick up so that'by time for the

against the proposed fare increase'was that of Eric O. Simpson books to close at the registration

editor and publisher of the "Florida Star" who had been "It is more than ironical there- office, 221 East Adams Street, we

out of town for several days and had just returned to his officeto fore, that extremists and bigoted will have at' least from 28,000 to

find a group of Negroes appealing to him,to join them: in a 'MOST VICIOUS OBSTACLE TO REAL INTERGRATION" elements among the white popu- 30,000 names on the books from

protest against the hike. -r lation should try to smear with our group.

He was given to understand that an aggressive young proach persons who. can contribute the Communist brush all Negro
Negro lawyer who heads democratic organization would anything to the success of organizations and individuals who Death Places Demo

speak before the Council against the proposed raise. But, regrettably Your WeeklyHoroscope :your plans without pressing too take a forthright stand on" the To High Position

the man who was scheduled to speak for the Negro hard or resorting to tactics that question of Negro-- rights, Dr. :

people did not appear until a few.minutes after the increase Guide would not do you credit if discovered Bunche stated.
WASHINGTON-The death of
had been voted. Dr. Bunche said racial discrimi-
nation and enforced segregation Senator Harley Kilgore (D-W.Va.)
The presiding officer-of the council had asked whether Which Are Your Lucky Days For 9-50-77-13.63-411 deprive the Negro of both self respect means a sharp change in controlof

there was anyone who wanted to make- any comments before Business Love Travel SCORPIO and dignity. And we agree the Senate's powerful Judici-

the amendment was voted upon. There were nearly fifty Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 that when these two are lost those ary Committee of which he was

Negro citizens sitting in the council chamber many of who By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES March 18th io 23rd who suffer the losses are the chairman.The .

were holding signs protesting against the.fare raise.'But.they Your personal and losers, and we urge all Negroesthat new chairman, under the

werejust plain, ordinary working folk who probably felt economic cannot partnership they will never lose the self seniority rule, will be 51-year-old
themselves incapable of speaking'but were waiting for'some a train of events which should ; prospects help respect and the dignity they have Senator Eastland (D-Miss.), a con-
but if
take of
one to speak for them. When no one arose to speak and.it was Born March 21 thru April 19. help brighten your outlook as to you advantage won for themselves. servative Southerner who has
evident that the scheduled representative would not appear it March 18th to 23rd what lies directly ahead. It is by the many openings that are avail- This statement made by the taken a leading role in the

was then that Eric O. Simpson walked to th microphone and Words may have deeper signif- paying close: attention to what is able to you. Play down ,the con- 'learned leader struck us nearly South's fight against school inte ,

pleaded with the council to defer action on the proposed icance than you suspect, and any- said and done around you that troversial points and aim with for the a down but it was frank and trueas gration.

raise until some other solution'could be cound be found. thing that you can use to further you may gather all the elements, complete understanding well and here it is: Kilgore, who had headed the
who advance future
The Negro people and the people _of Jacksonville were your career or other important and the backing of oahers that person interests.can Smart merchan-your "The Negro seeks to be able to committee since the Democrats ,

betrayed by the council and deserted by their Negro leaders objectives should not be held will enable you to reach hoped dising unusual hold up his head to look his fel- regained control of Congress in i
or productivity on
back. Sit back the 21st and let for
on goals. You in excellent
are an
January, 1955, generally was a
And that is why we ask: those who work lowmen straight in the face and
your part, or by
things take their natural to the of business -
courseso position gain
in the and to walk down the New and Fair Dealer who sup-
WHERE ARE OUR NEGRO LEADERS AND WHAT as not to impede the happy or official for you.
men, employers, great streets and boulevards of ported such liberal legislation, |
ABE-'rHEY..oomc, FOR- -THE. PEOPLE- ? conclusions that should be your people and get them interested in 8-30.55 = 18.78-516 I.the world-in Alabama_ and Mississippi while Eastland has been one of i;1

This'matter of a five-cent Increase for paisehgeri travelIng lot-atthi* time,,..Results. that are enterprises ghat, maybe r profitable and:'aU over. the globe. the strong Senate opponents of -,
beyond the city limits and a five-cent charge for transfersIs hard to come by should not be to them as well as yourself. SAGITTARIUSBorn That is what he said. civil rights legislation of the kind
forced, .as there'are ample signs 5-70-16-88-81-323. ; Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21
advocated former !
something thai will affect the poor; working class men and by President
However, Dr. Bunche said Negroes
March 18th 23rd
that the future will bring all that
women who ride the buses to and work every day. Truman. ,
know that most Americans
you could hope for in the way of .* LEO The discussions you hold and
Where the ministers of the churches whose "believe in law and order and will
were congregations prosperity and your heart'sde- Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 the agreements that you arrive at,
are composed mostly of the working people? sires. March 18th to 23rd with your mate or other key people reject violence and mob rule. IF YOU HAVE MOVED
Could this lack of interest in increased bus fares be due 1-22-40-18-78-070 should contribute the most YOUR REGISTRATION CARD -
By doing full share toward
your Negro Americans are law abiding WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO
toward setting the wheels in 1 Ij
to the fact that our leaders and more intelligent groups suchas mo-
this end the 'realization of
your faithful to their country and YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE
TAURUS tion and getting things worked 1
doctors, lawyers and school teachers own automobiles and
hopes may become an accomp- deserved since the days they were SURE TO CHANGE +
Born April 20 thru May 20 out to everyone's satisfaction.
won't feel the strain of increased rates?
lished fact by the time this week
enslaved that which is meant for YOUR ADDRESSAT
March 18th to 23rd Don't take on the heaviest obliga-
Indeed, we have reached a critical stage when our more Get busy and follow any leads comes to its close. The influential tions as far as capital invsetmentsare them in these'tate days of our THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE 'f
and better salaried who live in friends you have made in the
intelligent, groups comparative thus fathered with all the per- concerned, as others may try lives. MARKET & DUVAL ]
comfort are satisfied with their own comforts, so much past, or are now adding to your to .'
sonal resourcefulness. and attri- get away with as little risk to
so that they forget about, their less fortunate brethren and butes list, may make it possible to gain themselves they
that you possess. You may as can, possibly
leave- them to bear the burdens of increased bus fares and the post you seek as well as the .
encounter difficulties in communications at your expense.
other unjust penalties. or transportation, as wellas economic benefits that are at- 1-50-55-92-18-118 PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
tached. Stay quietly in the back-
Each have the of
day we dubious'pleasure hearing men humah opposition to some of
and 'acclaim themselves "leadrs" and often elec- ground while others or circum-
women as as your ideas, but you should be able CAPRICORN
tions of one kind or another roll around we find men and tojjvercome them if you maintain stances are grinding out the elements Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

women heading up organizations and calling themselves leaden your emotional balance (20th- that -will enable you to March 18th io 23rd

in the community. But these are the "pseudo leaders" who 21st). Go along with the familyin achieve yourheart's desire at the Follow up interesting leads and

pin the badge of leadership upon themselves for the monetary, projects that are calculated to proper time and place. do not rest until you have accomplished 1

opportunities and the prestige the title brings them. benefit one and all, even if this 4-33-60-16-79-714 your purpose. Conflict .

The time has come when we must rid ourselves of this entails a few sacrifices on your with your associates as wellas

type of leadership. We need honest, intelligent, level-h aded.'. part (22nd). VIRGO with competitors could create
leadership to contend with the problems that face us in Jack- 6-90-66.17-59-014 Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 obstacles with rather upsetting xf .

sonville. We need no racial nor hot-headed agitators, but we March 18th to 23rd results to all concerned. You can

need men and women like the leaders in Montgomery, Ala., GEMINI Success and the realization of do no wrong even if popular example 1''Iry

; who are militant but law-abiding, unselfish and devoted to, Born May 21 thru June 21 your aspirations are far from, remote may seem to prove otherwise ,
protecting the rights of their people. I March 18th to 23rd this week as long as you when you accumulate reserves -

The time for us to unite has come. We must come togetherand i Opportunities as well as bless- have made the fullest use of your- of cash and other values. I

-I' work for the common_ good of all of us to improve, ings are not likely to come singly capabilities business opportunities and the 22-30-15-63-5-727 II

our community and to aid the poor people with their problems -i this week especially when you inventive aptitudes, in I
services of those who can fill
We must work to get our people registered so that i make the fullest use of your per- AQUARIUSBorn y
's. we can vote to elect the officials who will consider our inter sonal attributes,_and enterprisingspirit where you find yourself lacking. Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 I
ests along with those of other citizens. to help them on their way. Friends, allies, or even strangers March 18th io 23rd
The unexpected enter the may be able to furnish the sug- Pay the closest attention to
We believe that the Negro people of Jacksonville want j
will bring
gestions clues that
financial picture to advant- or what dear as well as
,. your your ones
to unite in a group that will work In the Interest of the ordinary objectives within locus if I
age, unless you stretch your luck your others, may have to suggest or
citizens And we hope to find out Just how many '
too far in reckless gambles (21st). not within you rgrasp. offer as there are vivid signs of ,
people want to come together and work for progress. Below
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..", Merck 10, ItS THE TLQRJDA. STAR P'ge Thru'

CORICI caW These Jaxons Took Leading And Happy Roles In Blocker Fashion Revue I

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The students and faculty of the ;.. :: iA ; : ?:";" ; '; .i :'t
Smart Pope Livingston School : R \ ?U DOx
have been invited to attend a ..
theater party as the guest of Ark
Rothchild. manager of the Strand-
Roosevelt and Skyview Theaters. s 4 Ed
This invitation comes as a result -
of the demeanor and conductof 4S

the! more than TOO children who ... -"rt" .. .
attended the theater enmasse to .. ',"
witness the showing of the ""Liv-
"" '
ing Desert" 4 \

Mr. Rothchild stated in his letter f .... (

"that as a reward to your ,
students I would like to invite / -- '
your entire school to be my gueston ;:. t I'I \ 4 e
any day you select betweennow x. .
and the end of their school
term without any charges whatsoever ; w J': \ 1\\ V
.Their conduct and demeanorlast
week merits an even greater S /, L
prize. '
This invitation has been graciously '

accepted and the proper .t J. j: 01T
clearance is being made for the \

project. The student body and ..' A ;\ -
faculty wishes to invite the pa- 4
trons of the community to share
this privilege for it.is because of
the splendid cooperation of the
parent that this honor is possible. f k

Band Parents Club

To Present ArtistsThe

Band Parents Club of f;?
Isaiah Blocker Junior High School
will present Miss Norma Ruth
Solomon and R. T. Hadley in a

recital of music Monday night,
March 12 in the school auditor-

Solomon is a baritonest, is
head of the school band and is a

graduate of Florida A. and M. U. s fi"k
at Tallahassee, where she was a y
member'of the University Con-
cert Band. Mr. Hadley is a pianist
and is a graduate of Fort Valley
State College where he was a col-
lege choir member. .

Tickets may be purchased from s 6 Rt I w }, 1
any band parent."Voodoo 44

Queen" Play

Will Show Faculty"Voodoo ft; *

Queen" a play of the 4. 4 ..pcs. +
faculty of Stanton High School
will be presented in the school
auditorium on 13th Street, near LR7FS
Myrtle Avenue, and will presenta
number of star performers the
night of Wednesday, March 21.
The play is an original done by
Miss Norma Littlejohn a faculty
member. It is a wonderful work
and all of the public may sup-

port please.

Charles D. Brooks is principal .5'. # ,,,, \
of the school.Faskioi. x t'

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Youth Advisory Committeeof

the Shiloh Metropolitan BID .
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tist Church will sponsor a "Pa
rade of Fashions" April 2 (Easter

Monday). This affair will be held a.S .
in the auditorium of New Stanton 4 t
High School. Some of the cityj x AxmC'

most fashionable men and women M

will appear on this program. The .. +' { '
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correct apparel for different o ca-
sions-will be featured. ADULTS SMILE WITH YOUNG There appeared beauty grace dignityand off in the latest in wear for the season and that which Approaches.
Mrs. Olga Bradham will serveas color at last week's entertaining and delightfully tendered Fashion Show which Left may be seen Mrs. Joan Spaulding and her charming little daughter.
narrator for the "Parade of: was staged before a grand audience in the auditorium of Isaiah Blocker Junior Wendie. and at the right top may be seen from left to right Mrs. Lucille Shropshireand >or
Fashions." The intermission per- High School. Miss Evelyn Hughes and at the left bottom are Janice and Linda Sullen Mrs.
iods will offer some of the, top Persons pictured here were brilliant in their several presentations and all Elxine Kitchings and Mrs. Lola SchelL The pretty bride is Mrs. Joyce Blakely
flight ,talent of the city. The _hue been highly commended for the well carried out parts they played in showing Lawson. The other is Mrs. Josephine Meares. who played her part well in the event. _
crowning of the winner in the
"Congress of 56 Contest" will

also be a part of the program. Beta. Alpha Zeta Chapter To Present Sewing And Saving 1, Anniversary Spencer will be and made remarks by Mrs.by Mattie Mrs. PATRONIZE -

Alpka GammasHear Club Plans EventThe Lena O'Neal who will concludethe Florida StarAdvertisers

Jax Debutantes At Junior CotillionBeta Even! Is Set vited.program. The public is in-

Miaisfer Goodwill Sewing and Sav-
ings Club will observe its seventhanniversary MondayNight

Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority announcesits on Monday, March _
Alpha Gamma Chapter of the
Phi Delta Kappa Sorority will second presentation of the Junior Cotillion on Friday evening 12. in the R. B. Brooks Prayer The Good Will Sewing and Saving .. Get
You Don't Have to Go to to
House on Tyler Street near Kings
Club will celebrate its seventh
meet Saturday of this week be- April 6 in the Duval County Armory.
Road and it is asked that friends
ginning at 6:30 o'clock in the Participants in the Junior Cotil-j anniversary Monday night, March
home of Mrs. G. B. Gardner at lion will be high school girls who will please attend. 12, at the R. B. Brooks Prayer LOW PRICES
2015 Venus Street and it is asked are now enrolled in the tenth Mrs. Bannister The program is scheduled to House off Kings Road on Tyler
that all officers and members will eleventh and twelfth grades. They begin at 8 o'clock and a large Street.
please attend. must have a scholarship and con Will Sing Here attendance is expected. The program will begin at 8 On Your ..
The former meeting was a delightful duct rating of not less than "B." p. m. with Miss Bobby Robinson
one and was held in the .serving as mistress of ceremony. DRUG STORE NEEDS
home of Mrs.M.L.Carter.Mrs. S. The chapter under the efficient Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannister St. Patrick's Event i She will be introduced by'Miss
Eloise Brooks presided ,with her leadership of Basileus Arey well known in singing circles 'Fay Hair. Musical selections will
usual charm and at the occasion Chrispen is workinghard to per- here and elsewhere in the nation Slated With Smiths be rendered by Simpson Methodist -' Trade With Your Neig'hborhoocDrug Store -
fect for the Cotillion which
there was presented a short and plans will be presented in a musical Church, Southside Harmon-
interesting program by the Rev. was last one of the outstanding eventsof recital Sunday evening. March 11, Auxiliary Board 2 of the Junior etts Mrs. Vera Wadell, Mrs. Ruby We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
year. in after service in Raglan and Miss Dortha Watts.
and Mrs. George Payne of New an program
Grant Memorial
Stewards of Local
York City. He is minister of Vic The following sorors have been New St. James AME Church. The The invocation scripture reading PapersWOOD'S
tory Baptist Church there and is appointed to serve as committee friends are invited to please at- AME Church will sponsor a St. response history of the club will
accomplished singer and an chairmen for the affair: Soror tend. Patrick Day Tea March 12 at 4 be made by Joe Wiston Samuel
an in the home of the presi- DIXIE PHARMACY
interesting speaker. Katie Graves, invitations; Soror The program is being sponsoredby p. m.. Cherry, Miss Francis Allen and }
Mrs. Lenora Smith 1326
The Rev. Mr. Payne spoke on Marie Argrett, guards; Sorer Choir No. 2 in the interest ofa Hart dent Street.A Mrs. Blanch Williams respectively 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE -
the- advantages of working to- Edith Broadway, music and finance church effort which closes April PHONES EL 3S3979SWe
Soror Alpha Moore Junior 8. program will be presented Special readings will be given
gether in a Christian atmosphere, ; Deliver W. AIM Fill All Doctors' Pntcrlftiomt
and closed his message by advising Cotillion; 'Soror Erlene Alback, Mrs.Bannister is well known in for the occasion and a prize will I by Mrs. Jeraldine Trapp and Mrs. ..
all to let God take care of Senior Cotillion; Soror Evelyn the section of the church and will be given the person holding the Gatha Watts./Mrs. Virginia Mack PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

segregation with our efforts in Wells program; Sorer Ella L. be expecting her frieads to hear lucky clover leaf. has been selected as the speaker BILLS AT OUR STORESoh"
earnestness, faithfulness and Jones, decorations: ; and Sdror her. The Rev. D. W, Welcome is All boards and clubs have been and will be introduced by )(no
Rossie French publicity. minister of the church. invited. H. Everett Stephens. Presentation



;fag* Fear ,THE. fLDUDA STAR Saturday. March 10.. 1956

Afternoon Of Music' Will Play In Ebenezer Church Sunday


Afternoon Hour Is Scheduled I I Wyatt Home_ Is Scene Of Delightful Tea ::'Putnam County News

For Dr. C. S. Williams' Annual I >"\.'I*: --- FOR Madison BT Street.E. J. VREEN Palatka Florid*

Phone East 53025A

The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Ebenezer Methodist
Church at_ Clay and Ashley Streets, where the Rev. Evan M. n k'
"Join the Cross"
Hurley serves the pastorate, will be the sponsoring group of the Red

fourteenth annual showing of the "Afternoon of Music" which is Last week we invited Mrs. Pearl Berry to be cur guest to the

scheduled to begin in that church sanctuary at 3 p. m. Sunday after- movies but up to the time of this writing she has not claimed her

noon March 11. passes. |
It is expected to be a wonderful
This week we are inviting a
,yxI ,
play, has been careully planned young lady who lives way out in home en Durnham St. Mrs. Hunter -
and a crowded audience; is expected Greene To Speak the country west of Palatka. She is convalescing nicely her

in support of the feature._ I I has one little girl and she also many friends will be glad to
The "Afternoon of Music" t'-.e At Coffee Hour comes into town every day to learn.
original production of Dr. C. S. I work, that is when her car does

Williams is a spiritual service not stop on the way in.'I am sure The many friends of Mr. Elliot
done in song, the invocation: I I A fine program has been plan, she will trade it soon. She likes Chrislom will regret to learn that

scripture, songS of nature, anthems ned for Usher Board( No. 2 of Dr outdoor sports such as fishing he is quite Jll in his home on
old hymns of the church I Spring Baptist Church in the pre racing and horseback riding. She Mathison Street.
and the gospel message. sentation of its annual Coffee: wore her boots to the rodeo held

Dr.Williams said "Many new Hour set for Sunday March 11 i' in Palatka two weeks ago. Some- Rev. J. P. Morris of Bethel Bap-
features for the. forthcoming per- the old church building next doo' times we call her Wild Bill. NowI tist AME Church will worship at
formance have been added." I to the main church at Jeffersonand am sure she knows this is meant Calvary Baptist Church Sunday
,. .,.... ,
Choirs and choral groups ,appearing Dew Drop Streets. :"- _.f' '" for her but if she doesn't her night in the interest of the Boardof

will be the combined. The speaker will be Dr. H friends who work with her do. Trustees of Calvary Baptist
choirs 'of the church, under direction .. .
James Greene, principal of the Church.
of Mrs. Sadie Fields Jef- Smart P. Livingston School here I j ; I.1.1ow I We are inviting Miss Pearlie
fries and Mrs. E. M. Hurley; Choir and presenting him will be William ',', Lee Trumpler to be the Florida Ocala The Jolly Social Sav-

3, Second Baptist Church, Mrs. Scott. There will be other Star's guest for lunch Monday at ing Club met in the home of Mrs.
Gladys C. Vaught, director; Gospel -. accomplished persons on the pro _- Central Academy High School. Catherine Harrison last Monday
Chorus of EWC, Harold Fraz- gram and Mrs. Alice Johnson will -- Miss Trumpler is a senior. night Assisting Mrs. Harrisonwas

ier, directing. serve as program conductor. The GAY EVENT This city's Central Education Board sponsored a delightful tea Sunday afternoonlate Mrs. Murray. A delicious re-
Soloists to appear are Mrs. program will extend from 4 to 6 in the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Wyatt at 1511 West 11th Street with a large numberof Don't fail to register and vote past was served. Those presentwere

Edna Jackson E. C. Deas, Mrs. p. m. it was stated. officers and members in attendance and pictured here are several; of the officers and members of in the primary election in May. Mrs. Juanita Lockheart
Josephine Ellerson Brown P. J. the body. Mrs. Sophie McClain Mrs. Blineel

Williams and Robert Sams. Left to right are Mrs. Julia Burwell. Mrs. Elsie Graham. Mrs. Evergie Co k e r. Miss Clemintine FAMOUS LAST WORDS: "I Johnson Mrs. Lucile Isom Mrs.

Brown. Mrs. Juanita G. Wyatt and Mr. Wyatt: In the center back is Benjamin Jackson. forgot to register. You can't vote Irene Johnson,Mrs. Ester Hayens

Women Gel Set The board is enjoying a large success and new memberships are invited. in this year's key primary election Miss Eva Pierce, Miss Clemen-

Choir To Hear unless you register now. Is your tine Green, Miss Tomicina Green
name in the book? Registrationcloses Mrs. Rose Paige and Miss Helen .
Eugene Butler For Their Fete Hi. Carmel Set Central CME Ready Women's Day April 6. Books open 9 a. m. Spells.

For Board ProgramThe to 5 p. m. _

The women of St. John Baptist For Men's DayJonathan Leaders Ready A testimonial program will be
Choir No. 4 of Day Spring Bap- Church are looking forward to Steward Board 2 of Central Mrs. Marie Strand left by rendered Sunday at 11 a. m. at the
tist Church at Jefferson and Dew plane last Wednesday on her re- Emanuel ME Church honoringMr.
their annual women's day pro- CME has for the
Drop Streets where the Rev. gram which will terminate Sun- Smith is general first completed celebration For Big EventsWomen's turn trip to her home in Newark, D. A. Boyd for his long serv- .
Cyrus A. Weaver is minister will chairman for the annual Men's anniversary N. J. after a few days visit herewith ice to the churcl, and this city.
day, March 18. which will terminate March 11 at
observe its eleventh anniversary Day observance in Mt. Carmel her father and step-mother Dr. Richard Moore, President of
Group captains were appointedand 3 in the auditorium of the .
Monday night March 19, in the the following women were Baptist Church, Sunday, March p. m. Day, an annual ob- Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ellis. Bethune-Cookman College will be
church auditorium and friendsare 18. church. servance and one of the finest the guest speaker and talented
chosen: Group I, Mrs. Warnie The Chorus of West
invited to share in the Gospel each year in the Mt.Olive Primi- Mr. and Mrs. Lenard
pro- Edwards and Mrs. Clara Lee Har- The services Sunday will begin Guyton, friends of the city will also appear -
Union Church will be
gram offered with their attend- 2 Hiirlene with the Sunday School at 9:30a. : Baptist tive Baptist Church, housed now who formerly lived on N. llth St. on the program. The Rev.
mon; Group Mrs. featured with other musical
along in its
ance. Thomas and Mrs. Louise Walker ,m. The deacons will h a v e new, modern and up-to-date are now very happy to be livingat Reeves is pastor of the church and
. Speaker will be Eugene J. But- 3 Mrs. Catherine Sams 1 charge of the devotional serviceat groups of the city. Benjamin sanctuary at Myrtle Avenue and 1313 Eagle St. Dr. W. H. Higgins is lay leader.
Group ,
Jackson baritone
ler principal of the Matthew W. singer formerlyof Fourth Street, under the capable
11 a. m. The pastor, the Rev.
Gilbert High School, and headingthe and Mrs. Mallice McCray; Group C. C. Daniels, will preach*4he New York City will be guest pastorate of the Rev. J. M. Dixon Mrs. Hunter, who was confinedto Cosmo Services Sunday at
and Mrs.
4 Mrs.
Barrington soloist for the occasion. The
program making is Mrs. Vera sermon. mes- is offering some of the finest the Flager Hospital in St Au- the Alexander Memorial Metho-
Nellie Baxter; Group 5, Mrs. Mar- will be the
delivered by
Wright, who asks that all choirs Nixon The BTU will begin at 6 p. m. sage pas- leaders ever selected and is under gustine, as a result of an automo- dist Church the Rev. William Lit-
and Mrs. B.
garet Pridgen ; tor, the Rev. 0. R. Jackson. the
choruses and other musical general chairmanship of Mrs. bile wreck removed to her
and with Mrs. Bertha Atkinson and was tles, pastor, will begin with Sun-
Anita Jackson !
Group., Mrs. Also appearing the ,
on program: Frazier
groups..will.attend. Frazier 7 Mrs. V. McCants in charge. The Vicey James, a life-long day School at 9:30 a. m. 11:00 a.
Mrs. Lucile Group
; will be the Male Chorus of Abys- member of the
congregation and
evening service will begin at 7. Love Feast. 3:00 Commu-
Mrs Ethel Hall and Mrs: Ella J. m. p. nu
sinia Baptist Church: The entire Porte'1M
officer for Ona Lee .
an Kil-
a number of Emma
The junior choir and junior usher years. nion. 7:00 m. the Mt. Zion
Hour Jones 8 Mrs. John- p.
Vesper Set ; Group Patsy program will be announced later.
patrick, Mrs. Sylvia Dixon. Mrs.
son and Mrs. Willie Mae Hawkins; board will serve throughout the ..... The other officers of the Sun- Methodist Church the Rev. A. E.
At Anderson day, March 18, celebration under Dorothy Epps Jones and Mrs. F.
Douglas Group 9, Mrs. M. L. Butler and day.District Strickland pastor will be presentto
Mrs. Johnnie Van Dykes; Group 4 will meet at 4:30 p. m.i Miss Scott PlanningAnniversary the leadership of only women of Lane._ render service. Mrs. Isabelle

Th, ; Vesper will be 10, Mrs. Pearl Matthews and Mrs. in the home of Mrs. Mary Alex- FeteA the church of other churches, and Mrs. Gloria F. Holmes will Brown is sponsoring this program.
held at Douglas Anderson Junior Veola Martin. ander, 5543 Verbena Road Mag- the support of men from all areas have with her committee: :Mrs. Friends are invited to worship

High School, March 11 from 4 p. Following the morning service, nolia Gardens. District 3 will of the city and state, are stern Thelma Harris Mrs. Willie Mae with us throughout the day.
m to 6 p. m. The speaker for the the women are asked to remainfor meet at 4 p. jn. at 1000 Spearing gospel singer of fine ability, loyal, able and aggressive women Jones, Miss Mary Hunter and
occasion will be the Rev. R. H. few minutes for com- St. Miss Essie Mae Scott, will observeher and aiding Mrs. James in her lead Mrs. Ruby Hunter Dwight, and on
Wilson pastor of Bethel Baptist mittee The Rev. J. S. Liptrot will deliver fifth anniversary on Sunday, of making this year's event the program and music Mrs. Alback
Institutional Church. The guest reports. the installation sermon for March 25, with a program in Day best yet in interest, attendanceand will have Mrs. Onah Bell B. Mob- -- .

soloist will be Mrs. E. Wilson Deaconess Board I, following the Spring Baptist Church Jeffersonand financial raising are Mrs. ley, Mrs. A. M. Frazier and Airs
wife of Rev. Wilson. evening service Sunday. Dew Drop Streets, and the Sylvia Dixon the minister's learn- Lillian Muller. On tags will be
public is asked to please lend ed wife who will with Mrs. Byford Mrs. Ethel Hoi
Members of the eighth grade Primitives Mrs. Alma Cook and Mrs. Willie serve as pastorfor
class will present numbers from Mae Tisby' are the chairmen for support with their attendance.A the day; Mrs. Esther Stephens zendorf, Mrs. Pearl Hodges, Mrs '
the different composers studied the building fund drive. program will be presentedand the co-chairman; Mrs. Threatha Maggie Rodgers :Mrs. Alma
during the semester. Selectionswill Say No To Laws will feature other fine talent: Murray, another co-chairman, and Minus, Mrs. Lillian Muller, Mrs.:
be given by the Band and of the city. The Rev. Cyrus A Mrs. Ella McKeever the assistant Alberta Way Mrs. May C. Brown
Chorus of the schooL Miss Latimer Weds Weaver is minister of the congre- pastor. and Mrs. Priscilla Girlie.

Come out and share with us Of SegregationSavannah / Jaxon Ralph WilliamsMr. gation. Mrs. Leola B. Solomon is the With Mrs. McQuay on decora-

-_.,.one hour of enjoyment. secretary and her assistant secre- tions and flowers will be Mrs.
Calendar Tea Set tary is Mrs. Geromie Weston, who Lola Grant, Mrs. Ellen Jones,
and Mrs. D. M. Latimer
Ga. The South- an- serve with the others named as Mrs. Bessie Hall, Mrs. Willie Mae I
eastern Primitive i Baptist Minis- nounce the marriage of their By Brown SingersThe members of the Steering Committee Jones Mrs. Eva Hicks Mrs. Amy I

terial Association has adopted a granddaughter. Mildred .Latimerto for the whole project Mrs. A. Smith Mrs. Juanita Everett, Mrs.
b a> e c hanging Quicker] resolution urging maintenance of Ralph Williams. Frank Brown Senior Choirof M. Frazier will be Sunday School Pearl Jones and Mrs. Lura Bell
segregation in "schools colleges, The wedding was an event of Second .Baptist Church on Superintendent, and Mrs. Lillian Sanford. With the usher group

PiGiIIetteBLUE churches; and in all public places." Friday. March 2. Kings Road will present its an- Muller as president of the Baptist and Mrs; Harris will be Mrs. Thel-
A resolution passed recently, Mr. Williams is the brother of nual calendar tea on Sunday Training Union. Mrs. Amy Smithis ma Edwards, Mrs. Beatrice Stew
BLADES termed integration "contrary to Mrs. Addie Dunbar and Mrs. March 18 'in the social room of to be finance chairman and art, Mrs. Emma Lee Douse Mrs.I

IN HANDY DISPENSER the teachings of the Bible" and Rosie Brown of Jacksonville.The the church, and the program is treasurer; Mrs. Rosina Porter, Eula Jackson Mrs. Lucile Leon '
said in part newlyweds are residing at scheduled to begin at 3 p. m. and sponsorship and advertisement; Mrs. Dinah Glee, Mrs. Florence 1 Z
"The ministers of the Primitive 3442. Moncrief Road. continue through the afternoon.It Mrs. Gloria Frazier Holmes the Daniels Mrs. Lena Hightower I

Attraasat Baptist faith-believe-that any effort is stated that some of the chairman of public relations and Mrs. Grovenia Wright Mrs. Ruby

to ,integrate the two races Of Truth most accomplished persons in the promotion; Mrs. Erlene Frazier Scott, Mrs. Lula Robinson and I
constitutes a threat to the present Assembly choir and from other groups will Holmes the music and program Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall. .J Ocala. fr

school system and the spiritual Will Worship SundayThe be heard. The Rev. K. D. Britt is I' committees chairman; Mrs. Mae And serving as captains are:1 1I In sad and loving memory of

I I life and progress of the churches. minister there.Bethel i Byford, the tag chairman. Mrs.I I I Mrs. Ella Fulcher Mrs. Lola my loving wife. Gertrude who

Unity Assembly of Truth Mary J. McQuay, chairman .of Grant, Mrs. Onah Bell B. Mobley, passed away one year ago March
YWCA, 1215 Lee St. announcesthe decorations and flowers and Mrs. Miss Mary Hunter Mrs.' Lucinda 9. 1955. I have been very lonely

RITZ THEATRE following services for Sunday. Baptist Thelma Harris, chairman of the Reed Mrs. Annie Bell Smith, Mrs. since you went away. I miss you
Adult Bible Class 10 a. m. The usher and promotion committee. Lula Mae Anderson} Mrs. Carrie each day and night and I am try-

topic to be discussed will be "The Mrs. James' committee on steer- Samples, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Hall ing to carry on as best as I can
1 Authority of Christ. Devotional Set Programs ing has been named and Mrs. Mrs. Rachel Mallory Mrs. Ruth without you. Though you have
service at 11 a. m. at which time Frazier's is made up for the Sun McPherson, Mrs. Lucinda Harveyand gone your memory still lingers
: SCOTT "The Meaning of Lent" will be day School of Mrs. Elizabeth-S. Mrs. Laura Johnson, and with me.
fi !! discussed. Wednesday March 18, has been Hall Miss Louise Everett Mrs. I others to be named. Allen Wesley husbandCHAMPION'S

Midweek class on Thursday designated as Men's Day at Bethel Lula Mae Anderson Mrs. Threa-
night from 8 to 9 p. m. This course Baptist Church in accordancewith tha Murray, Mrs. Esther Stephens I'!

i!! subject will be "The Mysteries of an announcement made by i and Mrs. Ella McKeever. With

Genesis." Frank W. Ervin. general chairman -I Mrs. Muller are Mrs. Gwendolyn
The public is invited. of the Brotherhood of the Scott Mrs. Aline Vance Mrs.'

$Z 0i&y &'? .a//7/////// $ $ # ; church. Thelma ,Edwards, M r s. Alma: Factory-To-You -
-""' miun.uuuw.'S; ans. .. nmand The,officials for this annual oc- Minus, Mrs. Gloria F. Holmes I' Sale
fJQUETOOK-BIUliBSOl W Pictures PlannedBy Big Big Spring ..
casi6n .are: Dr. E. W. Thompson Miss Loretha Murray, Mrs. Dorothy
"YUKON VENGEANCE"Added Ebenezer GroupUsher co-chairman. A. Austin coordinator T. Hardy and Miss Mary Super Value. Save Now

: Special Short "WELLS FARGO DAYS" Jesse W. Word pub- Vance. Fine Dress Pants .. ... ." H..H .....".. $2.99
Board No. 1 members of licity chairman; Mitchell Tribble, With Mrs. Smith on finance Latest Styles cad Fabrics '
SUNDAY & MONDAY MARCH 11th. & 12th finance chairman L. M. Argrett, and the Mrs.
l I. Ebenezer Methodist Church will ; treasuryship are Long Sleeve Sport Shirts ......................".. $1.59
Humphrey Bogart soon be presenting two motion advertising chairman; Leroy Rai- Esther Stephens :Mrs. Leola B.
"THE BIG SLEEP""YELLOWNECK" pictures and have set them for ford, music and the Rev. R., H. Solomon and Mrs. Rosina Porter. Clearance Seva Now

cad March 25 through March 31.They Wilson pastor. With Mrs. Porter on sponsorshipand Regular $4.95 Dress Hats ....H. H. ... $2.99

invite full support of the project. advertisement are Mrs. Gero S per Special Stock Up Now

Filmed I. Florida The movies will be "Ulysses"and NURSES SPONSOR TEA mie Weston Mrs. Amy Smith, Shorts and Shirts ..... .. H 3-for $1.00
"Song of Africa." And it was The licensed and practical Mrs. Hattie Mosely, Mrs. Ethel
TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Short Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.59
..... ..
Holzendorf Mrs. Ruth McPherson HH .H..H.
James Stewart stated that the program is to be nurses will sponsor a membershiptea -
"THE FAR COUNTRY" held in behalf of the,annual Palm on. Sunday in the home of Mrs. Ella McKeever, Mrs. Visit Our Big Friendly Store -
Sunday effort of the church of Mrs. Mary Palmer 1543 W. 3rd Rosa Lee Johnson Mrs. Alice Hill,
125 W. Street Phone EL
I 4-1118
"BENGAL'BRIGADE" which the Rev. Evan M. Hurleyis St. at 4 p. m. Mrs. Bernice Fogleis Mrs. Willie T. Baker, Mrs. E. K. Bay -
minister. president Fulcher, Mrs. Thelma Harris; Mrs.


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Saturday, March 10, 1956 THE FLORIDA STA
pog< 1m

Florida A And M University In Founders' Week Observance

Dedication 01! Three ,Bsildiags Elks And Daughter Elks Hold Confab ,. Contract Let

Highlights Annual Celebralionj .. '
i For Jax SchoolA

_ TALLAHASSEE Florida A and M University, established in : i Ji

1887, is celebrating its annual Founders' Weekend observance March contract for construction of
911. Among the highlights of the observance will be the dedicationof a a 32-classroom junior high school

three recently completed buildings Founders' assembly, Founders' for Negroes was awarded Thurs-

vespers and a reception at the home of President and Sirs. GeorgeW. day to Cooper Construction Com-

Gore Jr.Originally. pany of Augusta, Ga. on a low
known as the Colored y it; adjusted bid of $735,535.

Normal School when its doors wards the doctorate degree. Jones 4 : Adding $3,272 for kitchen i.r: .

opened to 15 students in Octoberof was the organizer and first president S"t"i equipment, cost of the school

1887, A and M with an enroll- of the Florida A and M General comes to $738,867.

ment of 2,396, (the first semester's Alumni Association. Albert R. Broadfoot, the school

enrollment was a record breaking The 'new dormitory for men -m board's supervising: architect, said

2,649), attained university statuson will become "Jonathan C. Gibbs a the cost is $18,000 under the budget 1 1AWMth

September 1, 1953. HalL" Gibbs, a graduate of Dart- __ He said it is also some $6,000

The present academic organi- mouth College and Princeton under the cost of Paxon Junior

zation of the school consists of Theological Seminary, later be- t' t High School plans for which are $

two colleges and six schools-the came secretary of state and super- ; being duplicated in the new Ne-
school of agriculture and home intendent of public instruction for gro school.

economics, college of arts and the State of Florida. He was'instrumental : I t The school \ Up of the PepU Cap tot
t } new designed: by bel e outstanding :young
sciences, school of education, in getting the bill in- a : 'architect A. Eugene Celler, will Imeth'aris who nuke oar
school of engineering and mechanic t ; country: aid our community:
troduced establish what
to is now .
: / i be near West 45th and Oxford t fcrtter plat in whtrh t* hvfJACQUELINE
arts, graduate school, college Florida A and M University. ." oX & .$$: < w :ili.: : Streets. :'
of law, school of nursing "William H. Howard Hall" will < I ; *

education, and school of phar- ___ __ __,____,___'____n___.'___ ..... '.__nn____ I
be the new name for the ROTC I

macy. building. Howard was a graduateof DAUGHTERS MEET BILLS An interesting session of the week was that which assembled the NAACP

Mrs. Clora Persall, principal of Georgia State Colege now Pride of Macep Temple No. 186. Daughter Elks with the Bills of Elk Lodge No. 8. in their cabinet meeting Target

Dunbar Elementary School in Miami Savannah State College, and wasa held in the Elk's Rest building et 712 West.Daval Street
will be the speaker at the member of the Florida A and M
Founders' assembly that will be University faculty serving as These are two of the fines groups: of both world organizations and are seated from left to right: Of Klan LawBATON
Mrs. Annie L. Stafford treasurer Mrs. Hattie L James. Daughter Ruler W. R. Davis Exalted Ruler.
held at noon on March 9. commandant, and head of the di- : :
and Mrs. Bernice Perkins :
Dedicatory services during Pugh. secretary.
vision of mechanic arts. lIe also
ROUGE, La. Louisiana -
which time three buildings-the i served as acting president of the Standing left to right are: Mrs. Lorenda O'NeiL Miss Florealha Anderson Mrs. Hattie Moseley. Joe struck at the NAACP last

science-pharmacy, ROTC and new 1 college during the academic year Stafford. Esteemed Leading Knight; A. V. Rose secretary; Joe H. James treasurer and chairman of week with a state lawsuit attempt a

dormitory for men-w 111 be I of 1923-24. educational committee: an Unidentified Daughter Elk.. J and O. H. Benely. Loyal Knight. to oust the group from this f
named will follow the Founders'assembly. -
'-- --
I state under a 1924 law aimed at
The structures were ties and training needed.In Jax knocking out the old Ku Klux
constructed at a cost of 2187000. Urban League To Celebrate Jacksonville the Urban Lea- i Representative II' Klan.
On Sunday at 2 p. m. the tradi- : Deceased Is LaudedOne
will work with several
gue groups Atty. Gen. Fred S. LeBlanc asked
tional visit to the of the
Founders whose remains rest in Vocational Month during March including: The a state district court to ban any
Opportunity Scorpio Division of the Florida of Jacksonville's finest and
Tallahassee will be made. At 6 meetings or business operationsby SMITH
most useful citizens, Mrs TheresaA.
Girl Scout Council; The A. L. Stanton Senior
Mrs. Harriet H. Stewart of the National Assn. for the Advancement High SchoolA
5. m. Williams, longtimeire of a
Lewis Branch of
the YWCA The
; Pepsi fanfare is in
of Colored
St. Louis, will appear in a piano I Davis St. Branch of the YMCA minister and active pastor here, People. order for this personable
recital. President and Mrs. Gore The Jacksonville Urban League cated. Popularly known as V.O.C. ; of District Judge Coleman Lind- young lady serving as
exceptionally rare students -
The North Florida Council of the of Choir No. 4 of
will have a reception at their will observe the 24th annual Vocational the campaign originated in the and outstanding in civic sey signed an order directing the the Mt. Calvary Baptist
Scouts of America The
Boy ; Boy- Church A member of the
immedi- Opportunity Campaign spring of 1930 to tackle head on NAACP and 12 named defendantsto
home. Glee Club
lan Haven School Bethel Baptist and religious affairs, 13 dead and. serving as soprano -
ately following the recitaL which is held nationally each the problems of jobs for Negroesand Institutional Church; Edward has been interred here, followingone show cause March 19 why a honor student soloist, and a senior president

"Everett Booker Jones Hall" March and is designed to inform to make both the Negro and Waters College and The; Board of of the largest funeral assem- preliminary injunction should not of the Spanish class.

will be the new name of the youth and their parents about the White community more vocal Public Instruction of Duval Coun blies in the history of the city. be issued.

science-pharmacy building. Jones, new job opportunities availableand tionally minded where Negroesare ty. Highest tribute went to her The old, almost forgotten law

a native Tallahassean was graduated the training required to qual- concerned. from many persons at funeral i which the state is using to attack

from the A and M Normal ify young people for these jobs. Meetings are held with youth rites held in West Union Baptist the NAACP requires organiza-
in 1895. He receivedthe The national vocational guid- and their parents. Young people tions
Department Church, where she was not a to file annual membershiplists
B. S. degree along with the ance campaign will be carried on are approached in churches, Interracial member, but held there because and prohibits meetings unless
Phi Beta Kappa Key from Colgate in hundreds of communities thru- schoos, youth organizations and
her church, where she was active such lists are filed every year
University in 1904 where he also out the nation, including the 61 other media. Speakers address assemblies Easter Riles and a leader in various affairs, with the secretary of state. i
master's degree and cities and 30 states where local to encourage and give
received the
was too small to carry the large The state petition said the
pursued further study leading to- : Urban League branches are 10- information about job opportuniNAMES Will Be Held numbers wanting to sit in at her NAACP has not filed such lists.

> .. ,- ;. '-" #!-- .. ._,.- rites. And Secretary of State Wade O.
The deceased was the presidentof Martin, Jr. said "our records fail I .1
Daytona Beach-The Ministerial the Parent-Teacher Associationof
to show either a charter or mem-
Assn. of the Halifax area, one Stanton High School, the presi- bership list. p-
e of the first integrated ministerial dent of the Home Mission and
Sen. W. M. Rainach of Homer
groups in the South, decided thiscity's Educational Convention of the .- I
THESE legislative segregation leader,
REMEMBER traditional Easter sunrise "
Progressive Baptist .
Louisiana's ,
hailed the court action as 'i .- : \
service will be interraciaLOn sociation, which group celebratedits i "first counteroffensive # ., '-" 30.; _

Good Friday, Negro minis- session
thirty-first several "
ters will participate in services months ago. Under the lead-il

sponsored by the association in ership of this notable and graci- James Junior Weldon High School Johnson

three white churches and white ous leader more funds were raised I PepsiColasalutations
I Knoxville Wins ,
minister will participate in serv- for missions and other benevo- are in order for this

r' i :i1Xry :..rJ ices at a Negro church, the asso- lences than at any other time .young student leadership who ability.is displaying -

:!': ." ,; > c ciation voted. before. SIAC CrownTUSKEGEE ,A Boys member Club of and the Varsity Rover
The Ormond Beach Methodist -- Mrs. Williams was willing, hon- basketball team. He is
:, : : ,Melvin Grace ;:*;' Church has declined to go 'along est, forthright, far-sighted and I very school ties. popular and church in astir other

with the association's plan for fair to all and in her West Friendship i INSTITUTE Ala.

{ r f) "J'.l interracial preaching at the Good Baptist Church affiliation: The Knoxville College Bull-
; Friday services. White pastors she was admirable, adorable and dogs of Knoxville Tenn., the win- >

-: : :" only have been assigned to this beloved. The greater portion of ner of the visitation crown withan

;' I church. her life was dedicated to because amazing 17-1 won and lost
l The interracial association was of humanity and in the back to
; c p record came strong cap-
., -.it'
: formed here in January by mer- service of the Master, and for ture the tournament champion-

: : ger of previous: white and Negro these reasons beautiful and tri- ship with an overwhelming defeatof

.:- } If. :; mitted and read at the rites under
Atlanta, Ga. by the score of
: ? Johnny Shaw \, the direction of the Rev. R. B.
i:( .i *t r:. .1f 102-74. This defeat came, duringthe

;. .......... t ,- ,', : :-' 1''" "'-- Of Negro Williams public librarian aide finals of the 23rd annual Southern <
.' \ here a minister of the church, and At hI tic
; : : Intercollegiate e
: .; :, "Jumpiii' Jchnny"Bob -
$.f : < : ;, Woman Decreed a beloved citizen. Conference Basketball Tourna-
; The widower is the Rev. A. O. ment at Logan Hall Gymnasium.
: 5 rrs
{ :. :' Williams and there are several After barely squeezing by Fla.
: Ala. 'The left this Chris-
I BIRMINGHAM children by gallant A & M, defending champions 92- s

'. Viz-.t:; 'University of Alabama's trustees tian leader of many years:;, and 90 in the opening round, the Bulldogs -

f ,i .'""ji"!- .'. ,".-... "permanently expelled" coed Au- this letter of sympathy was written -I of Knoxville went on to JUANITA DELORIS
therine L u c y on disciplinary by the Rev. Mr. Williams. trounce Alabama State College COGLIN
: : grounds at a secret meeting last I Stanton Senior
') :j 114.103 and upset South Carolina RiCh School
,- f\ ? week. An honor student mem-
r State College 106-83 to reachthe ber of the Glee Club...
; The action which leaked out I finals. Youth Center announcer
: <" -: Hudson '.*Ii: early came within hours afterU. q over public address system
{ The main factors in the victory at school writer of
;1 ": -',, '- .. : ,_ ;..: S. District Court Judge H.Ho- the school news. She is'
'" were such stellar stars as Jackie secretary ot her homeroom -
.. "'". Vl; ordered
'. bart Grooms the 26yearold -
The Kid" -: > c,4 I. ,'assistant class leader
'.' : Fitzpatrick of Paris, Ky.; Andrew in Physical Educationand
former school teacher readmitted -
: Brown, Chicago, IlL Charles t English classes,
.... 0.-., .. : ;: .. :/. -- ,,:..;... : '.ii-:' ." to the Tuscaloosa campus Lewis, Dayton, Ohio;; Ronald
by Monday March 5.

...' :; > ,', ",) irfj :* First Negro ever enrolled at the Johnson, Okmulgee Atlanta Okla.Ga. ; Donn Ozzie
Clendenon ;
M ; 4.b, < -'- : ,: 125-year-old school, the woman N. Y. and Congratulations free* =
> : Bynum Brooklyn, ;
::. :: :! r : p: : ." was days suspended of rioting Feb.by students 6 after three and"outsiders" Capt. James Worthham, New three Pepsi Merit Cola to Award these

York City. .rsl -

;:' ,'J : Montgomery over her the presence.In House. of 1%_ These men proved that speed wi listen to Pepsi Merit

C-Z" II J IJJ J? /J/J Representatives adopted a resolu- and marksmanship were the key Award taluratio en
factors in capturing the 1956 con- Pepsi Cola TEE N-
\ 'tfl H
': .\l\Jiliv3e0acK6onvl\ : tion to establish a legislative com ference tournament champion- TIME WRHC, 1400
mittee to determine if the Na- o* your dial Sour
'" tional Assn. for the Advancementof ship. days, 10 -11 A.M.

.". _.',...';- ) .,-, ,.fi, ;,;t--'W Colored People is Communist _
: Cc cl \ it 'f : controlled.: 1
ea ing er orta cep ;> ;t PULL THE PUS
Under the terms of the resolution -

; ... r'''-'' which now goes to the Sen- ON STOMACH IPSET fF

ate, the Lucy woman would be
Half-alive headachy constipation -
;i4-- ; subpoenaed as a witness. Her Jane Wyman and Charlton Hes- sours stomach? Black-Draught
1':1 relieves constipation overnight.
; ',,.---- I : :'? legal battle to enter the univer- ton (above) star in the new Paramount Help sweeten sour stomach too.l.Iutift.St8ladI )
.' <>'. -' sity has been backed by the Vista-Vision technicolor Smites Wsrks Omrittt! e rt '

: < ; / NAACP. thrill drama. "LUCY GALLANT." vegetable No harsh herbs.griping Thoroughly
uncorks clogged intestine.
-- showing Sunday: and all week at gently
: :' Watch"-,The Florida .Star for Details : ;.:; the Strand. Co-feature. also new Then Brings life comforting look sunny relief la again morning Oet Pepsi CUDeclen
FLORIDA STAR is "TREAS Black-Draught today. e*
:} .; '; EVERY and URE In OF PANCHO VILLA" starring ;In,nwtar wr-Omtttt .= ,y awe JsckswvMU.
: ,
'i. Rory Calhoua and Shelley
< .' -. < ,. ::;
,_ sy
,. COLORED HOME Wlaiers. orr .. i .
/real wttkeit max **v* l Vtftu{ .

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teoi,Six* THE fLOUDA STAR Saturday, March 10, 1956


;r, : News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

'" -

F=". Pewwa' Park New Combined Fete .Dr. Schafer Named Afout PeopleMiss I, Belter Baby Negro Family Won't! Move Oul

Head Of "Week" Area I

;'c By Mrs. Flortnc McBrid- Will Be Sunday Dr. Max E. Schafer Jackson- Eura Lee Porter of 1602 I Show PlannedThe :[From Hew Home Despite ExplosionATLANTA

Services held at Mt. Tamo Bap- Powhattan Street, is ill in her
ville has been
optometrist, appointed -
tist Church were inspiring home and friends may call it was A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA,
chairman of
throughout the Brother Otis The String Ensemble and the to serve as Mated She is an active workerin will be the of '
day. National "Save Your Vision I scene "The Better Ga. An Atlantan who moved his family into a I
r; McBride superintendent of the New Stanton High School Glee Week" in the North Florida area the New Jerusalem Baptist Baby Show" which will be presented previously all-white neighborhood declared Wednesday he intendedto
Club will in combined I
Sunday School presided. The pas musical recital appear Sunday a March 11, March 4 through 10, according toDr. Church this city I at 7:30 p. m. March 12. stay, despite a jolting explosion set off in his yard.
tor Rev. J. G. Pearce delivered The YWCA located
; is at 1215 Lee have made my purchase-
James C. relations
,Fulton public
:.' the evening message. Holy Communion at 7:30 p. m, in Mt. Zion AME chairman Northeast Florida Mrs. Nellie Mae Sawyer of 926 Street. my money down and I

r. was administered. Church. Optometric Association.Dr. Hogan Street'continueS ill in"her Serving as general chairman of Murder ) I my own," said Jewell Stew-
Ensemble is
; String com- Schafer said that speakersare home, but it is asked that friends this event is Mrs. Fred D. Rich- Jr., employed a laborer at
r Mrs Amanda Clay is still ilL posed of violins,. cellos and the will call 'on her. She is well ardson. ''I parts
: available for civic fraternal Placed On company.
: Many mends and relatives wish piano. and Parent-Teacher known in the city in cultural af The Jack and Jill Kindergarten I : Stewarts moved Saturday.
The Glee Club is under the direction organizations I'
her fairs. under the direction Mrs.
a speedy recovery. of V. B. night an unexplained explo
throughout the month of March. .
of Mrs.
4 Alpha Hayes Sight conservation will be stress- Muse, will give the program for: ARCADIA -- Robert went off in the yard, jarring

I" The Pomona Park Home Demonstration Moore and the program is being ed. Ken A. Knight. radio announcer the occasion. I 31, pleaded innocent to a : doors and other mov-

i Club raffled a quilt sponsored by the Young Womenof and, an expert in publicity and This year's entrants in the show! of first degree murder parts of the building.

'. Thursday March 1, 1956. Mrs. Allen. promotion of this city and elsewhere are: Shelia Yvette Williams,i death of James Taylor and his family left but

t Bessie Milton of Welaka Fla.. was The Glee Club has appeared in Anniversary Set and Eric O. Simpson. Managing daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander -i ard was arraigned before I not remove their household

the proud winner. The lucky recitals at Edward Waters College Editor of the STAR returned Williams; Willyne Claudette -! Judge Gordon Hays. I :: He said they are delaying

g number was 83. Florida Normal Bethune- By Local Society home early during the week Dennis, daughter of Mr. and Howard was charged I return while efforts are
Ii: Cookman College, Howard Uni-
from Tallahassee where they Mrs. Leo Dennis; Deborah Lyn- bing Taylor through made to obtain a p?aceful
t. Mrs. Carrie Herlong Mrs. Florence versity and Virginia University.Each The' Saint Mary's Benevolent served as teacher-participants at ette Belle daughter of Mr. and i and abdomen with a for Negroes to occupy

f. McBride Mrs. Mary Williams year the Young Women of Society will observe 'its first an- the annual workshop in journalism Mrs. James_ Belle. pocket knife last Saturday community.

: and Mrs. M. L. Frank attended Allen present some talented person niversary March 16, in the Matthew at the Florida A. and M. University Danese Malinda McTaw daughter 3. He was ordered held white residents have been

L the St. Johns River Bap- or a group in a musical recitalto W. Gilbert High'School Auditorium last Friday and Saturday.The of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Mc- bond. among themselves on

., tlst Association one-day session assist the church in its finan- two report a delightful and Taw; Rosaline Collins daughterof Taylor's murder was to sell their ha:nes and

: February 29, at First Baptist cial needs. The support of the The King and Queen contest informative trek there. Mr. and Mrs. R. Collins; Renee among Negroes in this out or remain anJ attempt

Church St. Augustine. Fla. church is expected. '* will terminate at this time. Lilly daughter of. Mr. and Mrs.. Dec. Negroes from moving in.

The Glee Club was signally The principal of the school, EuGene Mrs. Viola Williams of 1033 W. Sidney Lilly; Curmtis Davis, son said that he had been

f honored this year when it received -i J. Butler, will be the speaker Duval Street, is ill in her home of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis;I. 23.CHURCH by police officers

Yiiik Will Gel an invitation extended by II'. for the occasion. Other talent and her friends may call on her, and Wallace Alexander son of I quoted him after the explo-
the executive board of the Florida I
l iof the city will appear on the it was related. She is one of the Mrs. Mary Alexander. as saying he would move "the

Mew High School State Teachers Association to be I program.A city's best known and most active Baby sponsors are: Mrs.Thomas: NOTESThe thing Monday morning."
for the State
their chorus
; cordial invitation has been workers in civic community af McGee Mrs. JamesLewis, Mrs.! he did say, he explained,
f Association Music Festival in extended to all friends to attend. fairs. Ralph Lott, Mrs. William Harper.I that he would move if the

MACCLENNY Warren Con- Pensacola. Mrs. Sarah E. Jones is Grand -' Mrs. Charles Brooks Mrs. Olga i Laymen's were reserved for

, '. struction Co. of Starke was Conductress. Mrs. Dorothy ,Wadley of 2014 Bradham. Mrs. I. IL Burney. Mrs.I Union of Second Baptist residents. But, he contend-

:F awarded a contract to construct a W. 17th Street, city, remains ill Fred Richardson Mrs. Harry Col-]. will celebrate its third there is a definite understand

L Baker County high school for Negroes Coleman Gets in her home but friends are urgedto lins and Mrs. Cyril Anderson. -sary March 12 in the that it will be opened to Ne

f., on a low bid of $91,219. Calvary Church visit her. Mrs. Wadley is well ,, torium. He said he understood that

Four bids were received ranging I known for her leadership in vari- A program will be other homes already had
f to $102,749 according to Ed- Woodard PostIt ous community activities. SATSUMA NEWSBy I for the occasion. sold to Negroes.

;' gar Crawford board superintendent Gels Ready ForAnniversaries program a popularity said it might have been

The new Negro high'school., was announced this week by Still ill in her home at 743 No. Mrs. Cornelia ShorterOn terminate. if he had waited a while

the first for Baker County is ex- Horace A. Woodard of'1277 Kings Lincoln Court but asking that Sunday, March 11, services Contestants are George before moving in but he
pected to be ready for use by the call her is Mrs. i I and S. W. Flanders. made a $2,000 down payment
Road well known real estate friends may on will be held at 3 p. m. in the St.
r- 1956-57 term. Negro high school broker, and owner ,of his own Essie James. who is an ardent Johns Baptist Church, with the $8,000 home and has no re-
| pupils from Baker attend the high ML Calvary Baptist Church member of ML Ararat The Rev. E. E. Sharpe. now but to claim posses-
operation at that place that the Baptist Rev. J. Daniels of Hastings, Fla..
t school at Lake City at present. will celebrate the 64th anniver- list of Birmingham,
latest addition to his salesmanship: Church. She is improving nicely guest speaker.
The school will have six sary of the church and the 14th ,
new Sunday night
preach :
i is it stated. on
staff is E. Coleman.. who en- was
1-: classrooms, a cafeteria, shower for the Rev. W. M. Hill as pastor at the Royal PATRONIZE
p. m. ,
gaged in sales mortgage loans Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown were i
t-- and locker rooms and a princi- Woodard from March 12th through the 19th. Other members of that Baptist Church corner Florida StarAdvertisers
and rentals with the congre- the house guests of Mrs. Brown's i i
c suite. Existing buildings will The opening services will beginwith Ave the Rev ,
pal's .
* Company.Mr. i gation reported ill are Mrs. Lucile sister. Mrs. Little of Welaka. Fla. Myrtle
be remodeled to provide four additional the Rev. E. R. Simpson and
Coleman also well known Allen. 1010 Lawrence Street; Mrs. last Sunday. Queen pastor.
f: congregation of Zion Hope Bap-
'f.' classrooms Crawford i here in this field of endeavor, Ella Williams 1162 West 21st SL; Daily"I
: tist and the Rev. W. M. Cummingsand
said.The completed his high school studiesin Evans Washington Brewster Hos- Miss Ester Mae Doddy of Glen- The Auxiliary Board

Board of Public Instruction New York City, and at the congregation of West Union pital; Mrs. Valerie Ferguson 1320 wood Fla., was the very pleasant Mt. Zion AME: Church :fhe.1Jip1omattc.
.1 Baptist Churches will be in
, also selected a site at Sandersonfor SL Patricks Day
r Stanton Vocational School here West 20th Street. house guest of her sister, Miss sor a
construction of a new Negro he studied real estate and is a charge of the services. And Mrs., L i 11 a Patterson, Mae Pearl Doddy. day. March 11. from 4:30

grammar school at an early date.. graduate of the Florida School of Tuesday night the 13th, the Brewster Hospital; Mrs. Geraldine p. m. in the home of
The eight-acre site is located Rev. G. T. McCall and congrega- I .
Real Estate. The new associate I Campbell, 2510 Woodland Street; Mrs. Daisy Seymour had as her Tutson. 624 Jessie StreeLMrs.
I tion of Mt. Vernon and the Rev.
o- north of the existing school with the firm has also been aI Mrs. Ophelia Jefferson 1296 West i house guests last Sunday her 3 Sallie Brooks will

e:, The new grammar school 'will Notary Public here for nearly H. T. Overstreet and congregation 21st Street; Mrs. Sadie Page, sisters, Alice, Abbie and Ruby. principal: speaker. Some .
allow the board to consolidate the of Mt. Tabor Baptist Churches best talent will be .
r three years, and is prominent in 636% West Ashley Street; Mrs. city's :
;' four .grammar schools in the: affairs. will have charge. Claudia Johnson 1062 W. Church ed. Friends are invited.
various other community Mrs. Brown and son attended
Wednesday night, the Rev. S. NO UQUOR TASTE...
R r county. I Street; Mrs. Maggie Lane, 1111 W. the funeral of Mr. SammieJ.
L. Badger and congregation of
21st Street. Nelson last Sunday in Welaka, NO UQUOR BREATH
[ Emanuel and the Rev. Dallas J. INCOME TAX
Robert Washington. 3016 Mars Fla. -
K FlORrfA STAR Waives Hearing Graham and congregation of Mt. Street: T. McAllister. Baldwin, Short Form $2.09

Ararat .Baptist Churches, will Long Farm S4.0Q
EVERYCOLOLt Flaj: Mrs. Cornelius Butler. 636
/ have charge of the service. YourEditorial NED JACKSON is
In Murder Case Westwood Street: ienard, Ow- ..
Thursday night the Rev. J. C.
: ) HOMEr art. 1485 West 22nd Street Mrs. Page
Sams and of First
: 133 Clay SL Ph. EL
Marion Smith. 20th and Abbott
'" PALATKA -- Clifford Johnsonof Baptist and the Rev. H. H. Robinson Streets Walter Johnson. 1934 Illi Speaks for Progress 9 A.M. 'Till 9 P.M.
worker of ML Sinai Baptist will con- Week V.
turpentine Every
Learn Commercial Art Yelvington a nois Street: Mrs. Julia Jones. 2322
duct the services.
has waived a preliminary Moncrief Rdj Mrs. Emily Adams.
Start Friday night the Rev. W. C.
, AayticM hearing in Putnam County on 1200 West 24th StreeL and Mrs.
C. J.! AFP9Yl charges of murder in the week- Neal of St. Thomas Baptist, the Lillie Graham 5554 Avenue B.
' Rev. S. Love and the Rev. H. H.
AMERICANSCHOOL end strangulation of his 50-year- Rev. Madam I. r
Wright of Southside will conductthe
OF ART old woman companion. Mrs. Emily W. lanky, of 1410
. Johnson was denied bond and services. y r KNOWN TO MILLIONS ASGOD'S
West 11th Street was feted witha w4
M4 T. New Lec8tiea The regular order of worshipwill '"
in the jail here. MIRACLE
is held county
106 EAST BAY STREET surprise birthday party: giver t. ,
He will be held for grand jury prevail Sunday morning ':
24 FU
f Court. the Rev. H. Jackson in charge.At by her children Saturday night i She Is One Who Believes All
in Circuit
'- action Some of the guest were: Mr. anc'Mrs.
;rti( 2:45 p. m. Second Baptist Are Possible Through God,
George Wright, Mrs. Ids Slvi
Church will have charge. AU "
Johnson Mr. James Bromell. Miss Faith and Prayer
; DISABILITY INSURANCE choirs will serve.during the eve .xShe
Verdel It Moore Miss Dorothy
To Your Faith
ning worship. Says According
, PROVIDING YOU WITH INCOME FOR LIFE McDaniel and many others.
IN CASE OF PARTIAL OR TOTAL DISABILITY March 19, the Rev R. H. Wilsonof She received many beautifuland God Will Give You PowerIf
Bethel Church will
;f. Mat be Purchased Reasonable Cost have Baptist The choirs will useful gifts. You Are Skk Confused Crossed Haviao Domestic r
charge. accompany -
Financial Problems or Trouble of Any Kind
the ministers and con-
INTERSTATE gregations. Little Winfred P. Hill will cele- Consult This Gifted Woman At

r- brate her 4th birthday March 9, AND HAVE WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFEShe
LIFE INSURANCE CO. in her home
with a party given
Started Her Work I* South Carolina Since
ALSO SICK AND ACCIDENT. HOSPITALIZATION Civil Service Exam 1410 West 11th Street. Cake and la Her Early ChildhoodIT
B. 43425 B. 4-1218 Special l Prayer and Healing Meetings
1< examination for police pa- ICffiHC EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTNO

trolmen will be held
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f March 30, according to Mrs. Alma ...*wtth ITANSACIC.tahi.U or awUmSTAKSACK
ff Armstrong personnel director for ..*.,M*t.brim. ...fortiIII REV. MADAM Honored Vodka
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-*' Death Blow Is Struck, To Sports Race Ban: In Georgia hod wrap meLegislilire west iar waning. I i


Tkere Ref ases TNT Ihs Stadtam ByEdlgae kdgers-Braves Tulane To Play Moore's Boat

To Baa Race Baseball Eveils lay Make TourNEW Wisconsin In Gels Posiponed

ATLANTA-The Georgia legislature hit a death blow to the YORK-Facts have been South Or ThereNEW LONDON-The world light

sports race ban when it refused to ban- sporting events in which /N 42 4e.yOEs GU/NN/N6 revealed that the Brooklyn Dodgers heavyweight title bout scheduled

Negroes and whites participate. .EFi O. T.SSOME have discussed the possibilityof between champion Archie Mooreof

The proposal to outlaw miXingof I making a European tour with ORLEANS Different San Diego, Calif, and Yolande
the races in athletic events was -. C2TCSTO the Milwaukee Braves in 1957. stands were taken by two teams Pompey of Trinidad has been

indefinitely postponed in the Joies Is Beady s RATE .y/M Arthur "Red" Patterson assistant located in the same state recently shifted from March 13 to June 5

House of Representatives. This 4I.7TWS general manager of the Dodgers concerning racial segregation in according to promoter Jack: Solomon -

particular act automatically killed For Champion ALGTMEij said "no definite plans have been athletics. Both teams are highly .

the proposal for the present made. We just have discussed the rated nationally in athletic com- Much controversy has been

'During the same legislature possibility of such a tour." petition. aroused over the London bout

meeting it had previously de- NEW YORK-A ten round The Dodger spokesman main- Tulane University of New Or- within the las.t few weeks. Ac-
bout has been scheduled to take ..- A cording to Solomons, Moore has
clared the U. S. Supreme Court tained the talks "have not gone leans has issued an announcement
School Segregation ruling "void place in :Madison Square Garden OV rcTOavGREAT past the conversation stage" and that its football team will play had difficulty in meeting the

and of no effect" in Georgia and March 23, between Rrlph (Tiger) MOGQCE HS the teams weren't certain when against Wisconsin Unviersity next weight limit. Moore, previously

had enacted state laws to strengthen Jones of Yonkers N. Y. and /A/ YANKEE they would consider the tour as a fall either at New Orleans or in stated that he wasn't too particular -

traditional segregation in'edu Charles Humez French European SrAD/UM SEPT.2OCOUCO :: preseason or a post-season move. Wisconsin with no restrictions about meeting Pompey on
and at state middleweight champion. Humez SETTLE British soil and especially with a
cation transportation
T.r/E In Honolwulu.. President Lou against Negro players on the Wis-
will be making his first appear- British referee. This statementwas
parks. consin team. Tulane will also
ISSUE Perini of the Braves said he
The sports segregation bill, ance in the United States. / wants to discuss the possibility of play the Army and Navy in New made since the Kid Gavilan
Humez has had 83 fights, won fight a few weeks back.
however was bitterly opposed be- !_ the tour with the state depart- Orleans with no restrictions for
18. lost four and drew one. The \ Solomons disclosed the fact ina
hind the scenes representatives ment when he returns to the seating arrangement. No provi-
from South Georgia where Negroes fight between Humez and Jones ... United States. sion for segregation in the stands statement that he had agreedto
was announced by the International F has postpone the fight in a_ tele-
hive South At- been made.
; played on 02EAMS Some of the countries the clubs
Boxing Club. phone conversation with Charlie
lantic League baseball teams' for / TO I would visit would be England, Tulane has played teams with

several years and.where a major UNBEATEN.2ET/RE / Ireland, Scotland. France Ger- Negro players in the past, but Johnston Moore's manager.

't league baseball training camp is Ready For Baseball f many and Belgium none of the games were played in

held I ,- New Orleans. They have now let Former Jax Hurler
BATON ROUGE La.-Southern it be fully known that they haveno
1 University will launch its baseball R 1t Henry Aaron Passes idea of cancelling any of their Signs His ContractBRADENTONHumberto

Birmingham Loses season :March 9, at Alcorn .; ,. r, : games with teams that have Ne-
Through This City
College Alcorn, Miss.. when the gro players whether the games Rob-
Big League Games Southwestern Conference cham- are to be played in New Orleansor inson, the slim Panamanian sen-

pion.Jaguar Cats meet the Alcorn MOBILE Ala.-Walloping Hen- not. sation who pitched for the Jack-

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Two College Braves. ry Aaron star outfielder of therlilwaukee sonville Braves in 1953, has signedhis
Over in Baton Rouge La. the
spring exhibition games betweenthe Only once since baseball was Io .. Braves who previously governing board of Louisiana 1956 contract with the Mol-
Kansas City Athletics and the reactivated in the conference has turned down the first contract State took waukee Braves.
Pittsburgh Pirates have been cancelled Southern failed to ,some offered him and went back to University a contrary Robinson was the toast of the
stand to that taken by Tulane.
for Birmingham and the honors. The Cats have capturedone Mobile, his home town- to await South Atlantic League in 1953
Reports are that the board of.
games have been switched to New divisional championship one further word from the front office; when he was the leading pitcherin

Orleans. co-championship and,four undis- SPORTING IT UPBY and who said "the rest is up to Louisiana State agreed to make a.. the league. The following year
to its athletic teams i
move prevent
The Athletics and Pirates are puted titles during the seven-year them" came to terms with the from playing racially mixed op-I 1954, he was called up to the par-
following a step that was previ- period. ent Milwaukee Braves. He pitched -
club.Aaron Athletic Director James
ously made by the Brooklyn The Southern schedule: March: did not disclose the J_ Corbett will be instructed ,to I' his way into the hearts of the
Dodgers and the Milwaukee 9-10-Alcorn College at Alcorn, terms of his 1956 contract. He :Milwaukee fans one day duringa
insert in contracts with
Braves. The Athletics and Pirates Miss.; March 16.17 Texas Southern is a foregone conclusion that Tenn. New Orleans La., :Mobile,I said, however that he was satis- Northern "color signed clause"banning game between the Braves and
like the Braves and Dodgers have at Houston-Texas; March 23- whenever Americans sing such Ala., Little Rock, Ark. Memphis fied with the terms of the new schools a the Chicago Cubs. Manager Char-

Negro players and because of. 24-Valley 'College ,at Marshall songs as"America The Beautiful". Tenn ,and all other.members,of I contract- The 21-year-old out- mixed games. lie Grimm sent Robinson to the
Birmingham's ordinance banning Texas;March 29-30-Prairie View "God Bless,America" "America," the loop would be possibly favor-I fielder was reported to have received So determined was the board to mound with the bases loaded and

athletic contests between Negro State at Prairie View; April 6-7- "The Star Spangled Banner" and able to Negroes playing $14,000 in 1955. follow the pattern set by .Georgia's the ever dangerous Pete Sauer of

and white players. -.. Alcorn at Southern; April,13-11- any other song depicting the league,.must be governed by the! Hank led the Braves in hitting Governor :Marvin Griffin recently the Cubs came to bat against
front gloriousness "f the greatest and laws of Birmingham because that they ignored the fact Robinson and the slmi
It was announced by the Texas at Tyler Texas; April 20- they last year with .314 average and examinations right-
office that the same dates wouldbe 21-Bishop College at Souhtem; most liberal wuntry on the face I could not carry any Negroes there: was named by Milwaukee sports that rigid entrance hander calmed himself and pro-

kept in New Orleans March 31 April 24-Xavier University at of the globe tney sing them with i and they would cancel all games writers as the team's molt valuable included in the curbing require- ceeded to strike out the mighty
will also hurt white
and April 1.LEARN. Southern;' April 27-28-Arkansas I all the vim, vigor and vitality in other cities because of the Negro player. Aaron has joined his ments rolles. The board's plan consistsof en- hitter.

State at Southern and May 3-4-1 within their system. players. team in Bradenton Fla. a series of special requirements, Robinson stayed with the
Langston at Southern. The question is if and when Aaron a big favorite in Jacksonville Braves only a part of the season
including entrance examina-
TO DRIVE The Jaguar Cats will end the these songs are sung are they really Teams in cities where there are where he starred two tion. an and then he was sent to the To-

TU Q.Iekst Tfce EMMWIT .< season against the Xavier Gold singing about Birmingham, Negro players whether in the seasons with the Jacksonville ledo Sox where he continued to
:T. Leeni I Rush on a date in May yet to beset Alabama too. In clinging to an east west north or south have Braves, was through there Thurs- White students who fail to meet pitch himself back into the ma-
outmoded ante-bellum ideas profited by their' presence. The day morning enroute to camp and the requirements aimed at Ne- jors. Robinson mailed his signed

AJAX.DRIVING about athletics and mixed competition Negro players'have given teh fans met with his relatives the Lucas groes will be refused admittanceto contract from his home in Pan-

SCHOOL PATRONIZE Birmingham lost three everything they would expect family. Louisiana State University. ama.

major league exhibition games from a player. They have been
CALL EL 40639George
OUR when the Brooklyn Dodgers and I decent and respectable they have .
Perpeno ADVERTISERS the Milwaukee Braves refused to been willing, ready obedient and "
1134 W. 5th Street play there because ',both teams law abiding citizens. They have e <.., ., ; "_, .:.

had Negroes the Kansas City been a credit not to the Negro -. .

Learn Commercial Art Athletics and the Pittsburgh Pi- group, but to the thousands of ; : .
rates cancelled two games because athletes both living and dead, ,
Start AytfaM
both teams have Negro who have made sports in Americaa !, .'.
G. f. AfMtOYtD
WATCH THIS CLOWN players. living part of the American 4 ;- '',
AMERICAN Suppose these teams played in system.

f 47-18-2 SCHOOL. OF ART Birmingham and the American What would America be with- p .

530-74-686 lag[ the emblem of purity is out the flying of "Old Glory" in .
M..ed T. New Ucatfen
raised from all given facts in the the breeze? What would Americabe ,
2114 ,.... case it would appear that it would without the United States *. "
: c3 4 : be a desecration of the American Senate? What would America be s.d' l. ,
.9 2 flag. When major league teams without the United States Supreme -- ...

cancel games that would give Court? What would Amer- .'
I 6 No sargffjr needed sports loving-fans an opportsunityto ica be without its religious free- : .i

see some of the better known dom? What would America be
59-44-80 to reduce swelling stars in the game, it would make without its educational system?

914-10-761 John Philip Sousa's "Stars and What would America be without

of P ainful, p ilesl' Stripes" sound like a" "Hillbilly baseball football tennis basketball -

s........ ..'. mp m doctor's tests amuinff new Anlthem. golf polo racing and all
s..tr.n !..'. 4.w. Stainless. Fun tnsUntty relievedPjfeetortarel other sports events?
He .& srttfccta Gave Internal and Nobody appeared to be angry What would America be if all .y
H. vwks it ell .ad ezteraat relief-wttbpot surgery I
ingredients re- because of. the outmoded laws the cities in America followed the

Uele 7&tl"RedDcewa1ktncamfonl that caused the cancellation of course of Birmingham Alabama? a' x
FOR MARCH 17th e heaJme.You sit,
Only stalnkss pile the games among the big league When the "Battle Hymn of the

88-12-70 remedy stainless Puo9 SopposiSTUkM -. players. managers and owners Republic" is sung, will it haveany
tarSea fir Ota ent M drRg1sta. because the people in Chattanooga reference to Birmingham,

Tenn. and New Orleans Alabama?

La. were just waiting for an op- t-e 0
JANE WYMAN portunity to grasp the chance to '

"LUCY GALLANT' give their citizens an opportsunityto Ike Gets Sentence
enjoy some of the things the
MARCH 11-17 "TREASURE OF PANCHO"On rest of the world enjoys. When TRENTON.N.Jrrli-e Williams :',;-- :;:
baseball and cham-
the season opens former lightweight boxing '
the teams get down to work only pion has received a fix: months :
Stage Saturday Midnite, March 10th those players on the teams who suspended sentence'onjcharges of Nothing finer in American taste. ,:, ; l

"HOT FROM HARLEM"BOOSEfELT 9 claim Birmingham as their,home kicking and punching the'wife. he '.
will remember that this city is on is separated from. "

. SKYTHW the map; The boxer? wife, 29, mother of a i
No one doubts that Birmingham three children filed an assault] CALVERT

SIM. T..... Merck 11-13 S M. T.... M..rclt 11-13 is richly proud of its heritage. It and battery complaint in police

Both 1st RVB -- 2 Bit Hits TecfwleelofmitL'S may be that they can boast of the court Jan..27. City Magistrate Albert .., !i ;
Jack PfllavcKISS ISLAND" 4 .i
fact that Birmingham is powerful J. Cooper announced the -4y with the things of America.It :
OF r Li- -UY. It M..y. SpIetHI.... TU** I .F', Calvert belongs good _
Wild MH"OUTLAWS w.. H.M.. .....1,... J.... enough to keep Negroes out of the suspended sentence after -a hearing ,.. has a genuine heartiness,a friendly taste.It is the ; ;,
SON" Southern Association because of in his chambers. ; 'i"- '
Wet ft. Tims. Merck 14.15 ]land of whiskey l guests notice: -and appreciate. '
Trcenre .f GoU. Oni.W, its racial laws regarding mixed Judge Cooper said he sought to < .
Calvert. :. -
,' ,- No matter where are, enjoy ;
..1 -LAS VEGAS SHAKEDOWN" contests. We are in accord with reconcile the couple but Williams' __ T' "-- you .
Wed. .' $*t. -' Nard 14.17 them if they can boast of keeping wife said she wanted a divorce. Serve Calvert-it's at home" with, good. living. s;
lie Ram Fri ft.' Set. Mardi l'-17 !' ', :-. +: ;
"SIMA'T.n.r 3 Feetwe .....bi Negroes out of the Southern Association Cooper signed an order requiring IN THE GREAT TRADITION OF 'AMERICAN WHISKEY .
...... Hfe"OUTLAWS because they really support for : -. sr
.. Mcv-Mev "UNCHANTW Williams to provide : !
"BARK VZNTUfTclu SON" WIld BHi"HAUNTEeRANCW' have something to be proud of. the three children who are living ". ;- -.-', < 1- .." '- '

.... *.I.r- ..* Terrific! t Atlanta Georgia Chattanooga with their"mother. CALYERT DISTILLERS,CO' PASY, tI.!.C. .BLENOEO! .. ,WHISKEY/SS: ,PROOf...65%" BRAIMNEUTRALSPIRITS" it;



Pog' tIt't THf FLORIDA STAJt March 10. 1956

, .' / ,Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers


Chips Off The Block Modern Equipment For Second DistrictPROTECTION Monroe St.; Clayton St.;Amos Everett Taylor 1255, 1222 West W. Hi. Araral GroupTo

ce, r Monroe St. and Silas Cuyler, 1214

t.J!"*' W. Duval StMosonics
: Give
,, ProgramThe
: Called
: ,;; Old Jack Frost came back into town for just one more fling x

("! hope. ). Many of the boys and gals left home Thursday morningin Sunday Afternoon (Gospel Chorus of Mt. ?

summer attire and returned with "goose pimples" guess well Ararat Baptist Church will give a ., ,.
believe the weather man after awhile. The Manic Club of the Prince musical program on, March 22nd

,, The school teaching set was somewhat upset by the marriage on Hall Masons will hold its regular in the church. Mrs. Rose Lee

Thursday night of Faye Wanda Hair, popular Douglas Anderson ._ : meeting Sunday, March 11, at 4 Newton i is chairman of the pro-

teacher. MissHair married Albert Helms, Jr. of Memphis, Tennessee. p. in. in the Seymours HaIL. Third gram committee and Mrs. MamieC.

Both;aer former Fiskites Andrew Sampson, well known and Davis Street. Smith is' president of the

Stanton athlete and now of EWC and Ida Watkins of Tampa have Busines of importance will be group. Preparations are being

also received legel permission to join. Both of these young folk .t transacted. Jerry Terell is the made to present an excellent pro-

are students; at Edward Waters and are popular in campus circles. 0 vice president and L. W. Howdf gram. Other groups of the city

Wish all those who have nerve enough luck. is the secretary. will also appear.

: Glad to hear that Vivian Seldon Chester is out of the hospital

and is "recuping" at her Eighth Street home The viruses are _

going around now so all of us had better watch out.
J. .D. (Mr. Goodwill) Brooks of Shaefer Beer announced that a a.sL..af .

mammoth water show and regetta will be held at Christopher's Pier

New Berlin Easier Sunday and Monday. The boat races will be t ,a MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES

sponsored by The St. Johns River Outboard Boat Club and The ;
1817 Avenue EL 3.5306
New Berlin Outboard Motor, Club. Outboard enthusiasts from all NI Myrtle Phone. .
parts of Florida and South Georgia are expectsed. Heats will be

run in the various classes and trophies awarded. A special attraction '10'.g
will be the water-skiing events. It is reported that an entry

from South Georgia is able to rock in a chair while on skis. If true.
1 & .Florida Avenue Phone EL 4-6377
he will present a serious challenge to Ben Durham. Junior's title.

Meet me at New Berlin Easter Sunday and Monday.Of Shown here is pictured Constable George.H. Brown Jr. left of the Second Db-I We Carry a Complete Line of
interest to Jaxons is a note we have just received from
many trict and Deputy Constables- Morris "Capp" Ross and James Barlow. Brown is pleased to announce
Washington,' D. C. concerning the marriage of Captain Henry C. thai his entire staff now has radio equipped cars. This latest acquisition enables Constable Brown and Patent Medicines Cosmetics

Norcum. Capt. Norcum is an artillery officer an da Hampton grad his staff to be in telephone range of any person in the Second District desiring their-services. To con

and visited the Gateway city several years ago. tact the radio can call Elgin 40401. For Barlow call the above number and ask for Car 348. James Stationery and School Supplies
that Caruka Gonzalez is on a fattening diet
It has been reported Barlow who is among the first Negro deputy. constables appointed in Jacksonville is assigned to Car Costume Jewelry
so that she can catch Irene AsgilL No. 948.
Lethargy according to Webster, is "a state of inaction. or indif Rubber Goods "

ference and also -as morbid drowsiness." There is one part of the 4S
young waitresses in town so says the boys who know Henry Cameras Clocks ,
"a condition
definition Mr. Webster left out He should have said Music Feslival
Wade must have a job as night watchman at Brad's Pool Room.
found in colored citizens in a Southern city known as Jacksonville. Magazines Papers
Since all pool halls close at midnight, Wade must be the nightie
Florida. We actually have a patent on lethargy in civic affairs. Hundreds of Other
since it was one thirty when we saw'him A" ., In Crack's the reportis March 17
On more than one occasion in recent weeks. we have a "don't give Opens
out that "Boston Blackie" is the Items
planning a comeback as soon as ,Sundry
a d.amishattitude in regard to affairs which'should be of interestto .
weather turns wan ". Jitterbug Jones came through and wishedall

all. a happy hello He is on his way to Miami now ... George The Annua Music Festival of '
the of ,thedismissed police officer. All of us gave
Take case WHYGO UPTOWN ?
; Washington has forsaken Eighth and Davis for the long steel rails. District No. 4 will meet in Jack-
him our-sympathy which he and his facily can't eat or wear, and
He is a traveling salesman in all senses of the word now Frank sonville, March 17th, at Douglas
told.him how bad the affair was. Not a single person took enough and Keyword McGee with their heads making Anderson Junior High School,
interest to check with Lieut. Bates or the Mayor concerning the how Legree passed together Our Prices Can't! Be Beat -
plans for the forthcoming "Follies." Yvonne Daniels passed The event marks the second
or why of the firing. We certainly think that some satisfaction
: music festival given by this district -
shortly afterwards looking pretty and looking fr Froank. Lucky
should be given the public ifonly to quiet the many rumors whichare boy. Make Us Prove It

floating around lids town. About a year ago a young fellow tried to organize the local Counties to be represented are:
council aided the growth of the power-
On Monday night city
waiters and bartenders. The AF of. L local made the fellow a Flager, Nassau, St. Johns and Du-
ful Jax Coach Company by passing a bill which gives them many
member and he has his card He was then told to get thirty-five val. Approximately 10 school
thousands of dollars increased revenue yearly in order to pass on a
members and they could get a charter. Thanks to the HNIC's at choruses representing these coun-
$4200 loss to we the public. What's more the bill affects us directly
back the hotels and the threats from the bosses in the bars. not a soul ties will participate, includingNew
because we are in the majority of those who ride the buses
joined. Now we hear that a 700 block business man attempting Stanton, Matthew 'W. Gil-
and forth to work. If you don't believe it go to Hemming Parkof
to organize the Negro waieirs and bar folk. Of course you know bert, Boylan-Haven. James Weldon JYESNowWe'll
some of the other corners and watch who boards the buses..Not !
why. Don't-think he wants to-improve your conditions or help you Johnson, Isaiah Blocker,
a one of our Ieadenshowed. to get better salariees. he only wants to reopen his at present Douglas Anderson and Peck High
From time to time othe rincidents have occurred and we
shuttered night club under the guise of a Waiters and Bartenders School of Fernandina Beach, Fla.
does have to do to the
played ostrich. We wonder just what one
Local Club similar to the one on Main Street.
colored populace of Jacksonville to get them even luke-warm
We hear that big things are brewing at Radio Station WOBSin
mad?????? Killed $
regard.to Negro programming. 'The,well modulated,.sophisticated axon
We would like to tip our hats to the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. '
voice of Seth Darby may once again come to you over the either
know of worthy project the girls have. The
Few Jaxons a very waves Congrats to Ken Knight of WRCIL Ken is the newly In
t the Badly Fight
Visiting Teachers of the Duval County Schiil system give
elected vice-president of the,recently organized national disc jockey
in turn keepsan
soorority the names of needy children. The. group association.

Open account with the Mathis Shoe Factory or Florida Avenue. Gotta go now because Ifs getting too warm.in the office. Seems Leroy Brinson, 48, of 1217 West

Each child recommended by the Teachers is given a certificate* as the Editor is about to blow his top. This is what ran him hot: Monroe Street, was cut with a GuaranteeFOR
the shoe store and obtain a pair of name
she take to
which or may A couple of weeks ago he gave a half page of free "expensive to theSTAR" pocket knife Sunday in the rear
brand shoes. We wish both the Mathis Shoe Factory and the AKA of 1249 West Adams Street and
cut and pictures on a recent managers conference this the ,
Shoe Fund continued success. leading Negro firm in Jacksonville staged. Now the "Boss" spent a suffered deep lacerations from

We read of a basketball game between the Faculty of Bethune- fair sum on more than one occasion giving the firm publicity. Now the point of the left shoulder and

Cookman and the Negro law enforcement officers of Volusia County. the powers that be in the firm thought that $70 was too much to down across the chest, according YOUR PRESENT TV SETON
Beach Police Chief and
sheriff of Volusia County, Daytona
The spend with the Star. Can you beat that? to police. They also reported cut
President Richard Moore of Bethune will serve as judges. The il
wounds under the left arm pit, THESE ALL NEW 1956
bands of Volusia County. By
"affray" will benefit the Negro school and long lacerations of the upper

the way tickets are on sale in "downtown" Daytona and the news LEROY COLLINS left arm.
appeared on the'main sports page of the paytona daily. We wonder POLICE The victim was treated in Du. Top Touch TuningCONSOLES

when will Jacksonville "waks"up"? val Medical Center, and charged
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ABOUT TOWN: Sheriff Jim Brooks was by to chew the fat REPORTSWOMAN with the slashing is Simpkins I eo
while before the wind drove him home for a and now of Miami Beach, and
and talk politics for a Guess, 33, of the West Adams St.
coat Isiah Piakncy of Home Owner's Life took a jaunt to Price is from Jacksonville address. It was reported Brinson
is his-head full of Collins said he had carried out
week-end. Pinkney
Pensacola over the USES KNIFE is in critical condition.
stars for Thelma Telfair .' Elmira Bustamante and Tthel Cook in full the platform on which he ON JAXON'S FACEA I Guess told police he cut. Brin- IiiiNaaM- ..aea eR
Ethel doing the driving. was elected two years ago to I GREATEST VAlUE
and Elmira and
the town '
out doing
were son when he was ganged on by WE'VE EVER
Ethel can really handle a Buick "artistically''. Mrs. Ruby Smith. serve out the last two years of the local man, Willie Lockett 33, 'the victim and others who wit O"UIDPhUeo

sister of George Redd the popular Ballantine salesman is in town unexpired term of the late Gov. of 1551 Milnor) St., engaged in a I nessedthe cutting. Some of the

due to the illness of her mother.. Hope her visit can be made hap- Dan. McCarty' of Fort Pierce. fight at the address listed Satur- witnesses were Walter Smith,
After reviewing achievements and cut with a knife by I
her mother improving. day was
pier by 1217 W. Monroe St.; Raymond
than all of the he claimed for his administration, 35 of the ad-
Zelma in Bubbers Coffee Shop can turn faster Leola Rogers same :Black 1221 W. Monroe St.; Ella
Collins said "The most importantneed show.
police reports
Lee Solomon, 117 N. Myrtle Ave.;
is to keep Florida climbing
Charged with the cutting is the Joseph Luster 1255 W. Monroe

LARGE_ ROE MULLET.. ...-..---....- ..-.-. .. lb. 29* II toward its destiny without faltering woman*, who is said to have slash- TVWITH
ed the victim. on the left side of

SALT MULLET ROE ..... ........ .. lb. 98* I risking setbacks under" untried or the face. lIe was treated at Du Help Wanted "

unstable leadership. val Medical Center and a witnessto .

BLUE OCEAN BREAM ................ lb. 29* He said he would conduct his the fight was A. D. Grant of WAITER Must have had some TOP" '
campaign "in such a way that the
1543 Franklin Street. No reason TOUCH
waiter bus
experience as a or
SPECKLED TROUT .. ...... Ib. 49* office will" not be degraded or was listed for the cutting. boy or willing to learn. Applyat TUNING
Sgts. R. B. Whittington and H. personnel office of the Seminole 1
Fresh Water CATFISH .., .. .. lb. 49* "We are at that poinlt in our T. Jones investigated. HoteL r 4.: l
development where daily oppor- PUke T., TencTiuieg rM -47+S

FRESH FLA. LOBSTERS ....... .... lb. 55* tunities and challenges present COOK General housework. is ee tee ei,
the' oed treat
themselves. I think we are seiz- Nt t 4
HUSBAND CHOKES WIFE Live on premises. $30 weekly where. It'. ee
VA. RED FIN CROAKERS ........,.. Ib. 25* ing our opportunities and meeting ON ARRIVAL HOMEA and monthly bonuses. 4703 Ortega reach. A touch hues
these challenges. This has been the set e*. A touch

SPANISH MACKEREL.. ................. lb. 29* my ambition and the determination Jacksonville husband chokedhis Blvd. Phone EV 91798. change. stetiees. A
teach eras the set
of our administration."It wife Tuesday in ,their home off. It's ell eete-

FISH FILLETS ....... ... .. ......_,.... lb. 59* has been our firm belief that and she suffered lacerations of the Apts. For Rent metic.

the fundamental requirement throat and was treated at a local 4133NOW

ROE SHAD ......... .. .............. ...... .. lb. 39* this time in,Florida's history was physician's office, it was reportedby Modern :3-room apt. 1551 Louisiana
government of.stability and integrity police. Street.

KING FISH STEAKS ...'-... -............... .. lb. 49* in which the people of Hurt was Arizona Holton, 28, of ONLY
Forida could take pride and 4-room apartment furnished for

Large and Mt41 n which would command ,respect 420 Dew Drop Street but the hus- rent. 1688 Hiram St. $15 week. Many,Other

FRESH FLOUNDER ........................... .. lb. 39* and confidence both within and band's name"was not listed. Call Mrs. Jones. EL 4-0815.
without The victim told officers her hus-
the state
Models TCHese $26495.

WHITING ....... ....._............................ .. lb. .25* This I submit we have band wai drinking when she got Rooms For Real o
had home from work and choked her,
achieved. We have a govern-

JUMBO GREEN SHRIMP ...._..... ...... Ib.. 89* ment free of scandal, free of and stuck one of his fingers into Modern furnished room. 1035 Pip- Frill

racketeering and free of sham her throat causing lacerationsalso. pin Street. Working man or wo- With i Trade
Imperial Key Wast Ptaks for
She could see no reason Near bus line.
and hypocrisy. man preferred.
MEDIUM SHRIMP .". ....................... ...... Ib. 59* "And upon this foundation of the attack' and investigating Phone EL 31846. .

For Stew* high ideals, we have built a gov- officers Miller and Johnson.

STANDARD OYSTERS. ... ..... pt. '85* ernment structure of sound ideas, Modern furnished room. One DOUGAN'SRadio
effectively and aggressively pur- block from bus line. Adults

SMOKED HERRING ......... pkg. '18* sued." NOTICE only. Christian home.Phone EL
Reviewing his administration, Anyone,knowing the where- $-43"Furnished. & Television

Collins said a program has been abouts of Strother Howard.

THE SEAFOOD CENTER launched for a new Constitution formerly- of Thomasville. G%. room for tent upstairs. ,

"geared to meet Florida's modern please contact Mrs. Maude 512 W. Ashler. Prefer nice 1300 Florida Ave. Phone EL 5-1919 \

Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 needs including fair representation Tales, at the:Astor MoteL single man or'woman ft ....k. ... '

in the Legislature." Call after 5 p. HU,EL 4-3674. ." ...

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