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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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March 17, 1956
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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 17, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00264

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Preceded by:
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-Students of the University of Florida Law STAFF CORRESPONDENTA
School here divided whether D. Hawkins
seem over Virgil public well-known Jacksonville
s painting contractor and builder was
tya it '' b 1C ? 1I Y relations director and instructor at Bethune-Cookman College, Day- the victim of a brutal beating which he suffered last week in a
tona Beach, should be .admitted to their ranks. nearby Georgia town.

Opinion was sought from a i Harry Campbell of 1515 W. 2nd 1
ti.ki.. section of law studentson .
cross the
i a:e..w wc.vw>>k n a k ". :tt: x.x.x 4a a& ;> -Monday's'SupreDe Court decision While Policeman St. reported that he was attacked It was learned that relatives of
neat Woodbine, Ga.last Friday bya the Georgian have offered to
PRESENTS:AWARD Constable George H Brown Jr. is shown awarding the George H. Brown opening the ,school to all pay
white whom he had known
man
the cost of medical care and hos-
_Troyfcr ':'Jaae ,Sampson ef .Jacksonville.' Th* trophy is ..waM.4'aDDuaDr to Ihe player at Edward Negroes. Gully Of Attack since boyhood..
WeJers CoBege who U: selected'a*most valuablePictured-r: *,Head Coat :;. fUmser'f.lEWC .'"I**Here *re)tnei BTnm ntsI Campbell reportedly had stop- pital expenses. '
Campbell has withheld the
and President William B. Stewart. Sealed is Head Coach James P. Small'of Mew taken 'J- 4:: -.301
Brown. Sampson his side road and
Oi Negro Woman ped car on a name of his attacker from news..
Stanton Senior High School who was a special guest with members of his team., I Wilmer Mitchell 22, second se- was awaiting a friend's return men '

mester student of Pensacola: from the wooded section when his He was removed from Duval
I "I think the decision is most re- I PENSACOLA George Mc- attacker drove up. Medical Center to his home last

Jax Man Ends His Life Constable Brown grettable. For many it is acceptable i Clarty, a 25-year-old suspended The man evidently became an- Tuesday but would not confirmthe
and more will label it un ,Pensacola white. policeman,"was
noyed at the presence of the park- report that he will bring
Presents timely. Segregation is an ingained convicted this week for
TrophyTo aggravated -
ed car and pulled Campbell out of charges against his attacker.
principle of the old southern I assault on a Negro woman. his auto and started beating him Campbell is the husband of
With Rat Poison MixtureA EWCStudent credo and any summary attemptsto Sentence was postponed on Mc-
even tho the attacker's wife Mrs. Emma Campbell, a teacher
completely overrule the valid- Clarty by Court of Record Judge pleaded with him to stop. here.
i ity of such a deep-seated feelingcan Ernest E. Mason. The jury was

Jacksonville man Ernest H. Bolton, 30, of 743 West Church Amid an array of gently waving only engender the most valid out about an hour at the end of *

Street killed himself Wednesday in the home where he roomed after pennants'in the colors of Edward type of opposition. the two day trial.
drinking rat and roach poison mixed with water according to,police Waters, Stanton High and Gilbert "My own line of conduct will The night of Jan. 12 McClartyand All Negro PersonalitiesHead

reports.He High Andrew Sampson, a sopso- probably be one of peaceful opposition a fellow officer was charged

was rushed to Duval Mediical more of Jacksonville was awarded and avoidance but there with attempted rape and aggravated -

Center but was pronounceddead victim drinking something froma the George H. Brown Jr. trophy are those.in and out of law,school assault involving two Negro WOBS Programs

on arrival there. It was glass and when she asked him I Monday night at the Edward who.feel in the face of this pres- women. McClarty and his fellow

stated by the landlady,Mrs. Beu- what it was he told her it was 'Waters College gymnasium.The sure that violence is, their last officer were suspended Jan. 17. _

lah King that he took his own some medicine for a cold he had. trophy: is given annuallyby resort." McClarty and his 23-year-old
Stewart Gilman, 24, senior from companion, Randall Sellers. An entirely', new type of programming featuring an all-Negro
Constable H.
Brown
life in his bedroom. The others who talked with police George
Orlando: claimed their car became, stuck ina staff ef announcers and disc-jockeys has been announced by the
Two other who testifiedto were Eddie Roy Hanks of 411 Jr. and is awarded to the football -
persons "I would personally be indifferent Negro section of Pensacola, and new owner of Station WOBS.
Davis of at the local college who is
police stated that Bolton had Stuart St. and Joe Lee player .
been regularly complaining to 350 Margaret Street. selected as "most valuable"by his to the admission of a Negro.I they went to two homes seeking Starting Sunday, March 18, the
would not attempt to approachhi help. 1000-watt independent station SETH DARBY, popular Jaxon
teammates. Sampson, a product of
friends that no one cared for him. Det. "Sgts. G. H. Hurlbert andJ.
They stated he had been drinkingfor M. Parker investigated Stanton High was a captain of mwith a friendly attitude nor The women contended that the with its galaxy of Negro person- who has been heard on Station .
several days before his drastic the Tiger eleven and has been a would I treat him with animosity. two officers tried to rape them in- alities will beam programs especially WPDQ and will serve as the main

act and left a suicide note. The letterman for two years. Henry J. Brett, 29, and Tom stead of seeking help for a stuck for Negro listeners. pitch-hitter on the Sunday after-

landlady said she last saw the In his presentation Constable Whitaker, 27, both Tampa seniors: automobile. The new format brings WOBS noon gospel programs.
about 3:30 m.the day he Wife Reports Brown stressed the importance of This usurpation of powers reserved Chief Crosby Hall suspendedboth into the category of the first and The station was bought recentlyby
man p.
died after he had told her he teamwork in the development of to the state and the people officers and they will face only all Negro programmed station Robert W. Rounsaville who

was,going to his room to take a Rape Attempt future citizens. He stated how the comes as a paralyzing shock. This civil service hearings next weekon as well as the first all-Negro owns and operates 6 radio stations
physical contact in the game and small group (supreme court) with charges of immortality, neglectof personality station. and holds permits to build three
unlimited powers has duty and insubordination. In addition to WOBS,
nap.Mrs. apparently TV stations.
King stated she saw the the principles of fair'play instilled Under the new type of programming
A 23-year-old housewife reported in the players by coaches help just shown the people of the McClarty,. who paled after the the station will feature Jacksonville, Fla. his other hold-

this week that an eastside man.I the players in later years. He concluded United States that the 10th verdict and later collapsed was exclusively gospel music, rhythmand ings include WQXI Atlanta Ga.;
Myles Patterson 26 of 1817 Ionia! by pointing out that Jack- Amendment to the Constitutionis cleared by the jury of the two attempted blues; popular and jive music. WCIN. Cintinatti. Ohio; WLOU.

Cross Burning Seen Street, attempted to rape her and sonville is the only city in Florida now a plaything of the justices.It rape charges and the sec- (See page 5. Also,a complete pro- Louisville Ky.; WMBM Miami

On U. of F. Campus beat her severly. and in the South which can boastof further illustrates the fact that ond aggravated assault charge.He gram schedule appears on page 8). Beach, Fla. and WBAC, Cleve-
and beatingof and white we now have two national legisla faces a maximum five-year sent- land Tenn.
In the rape attempt both a Negro fully The lineup of Negro record
the woman she suffered a accredited junior college. tives bodies i.e, the Congress and ence or a $3,000 fine. spinners who will keep Jackson- Rounsaville is credited with
GAINESVILLE A cross bruised face and a swollen right Coach Jesse Ramsey of the Col. the Supreme Court. No criminal charges have been ville's radio listeners suppliedwith pioneering integrated radio stations -
was burned Monday night in Smith.Jr., 23 of Jack- filed against Sellers. in the entertainment
Robert P. specializing -
.
eye, and witnesses to the alleged lege awarded certificates to the music news and weather
front of the law school of the
crime were. Jack Austin of 1518 varsity members of his squad who sinville: announcements is as follows:' education. and information
University of Florida this city W. 28th St.'and Marie Austin of earned letters. '4If there is in this state any Jaxon Is Shot MELVIN GRACE, "The. Dea- for the Negroes. "Rounsaville
but after a test U was shown the deci- I "
that should greet .Radio & TV Stations, is one of
"
Coach group
the same address. Remarks were made by con, director of spiritual and gos- ..
that students of the law schoolare
if not chains in
lives at 1517 and Coach sion with calm compliance the biggest independent I
who Stanton Miamian
The woman Small of New pel music programs a
divided and split on ad- that American In Card Fracas ,
has
faith He he
Virgil' D. Hawkins of W..28th St. said the attack occurred Nathaniel Washington of Mat- with renewed I formerly of Station WMBM, Mi- the United States. says "
milting
American principles -
in Jacksonville
in the front yard,of 1518 West thew W. Gilbert. President Wil- action reflects been interested
Daytona Beach to the law of law stud- ami.BOB and takes this
it is thehe group for several years
schooL He is public relations 28th Street. liam B. Stewart made closing James McCloud. 42. of 2177 W. HUDSON, formerly of
the university. I think to establish a Rounsa- J
director and an instructor at The attack occurred on the comments. ents at and excite- 2nd St was shot in the right side I WSOK, Nashville. Te 1n., a Fisk opportunity
after the glamor ville station in the Jacksonville
Bethune-Cookman College of young woman after she had met After the banquet a social was that of the body with a, pistol and University student who will bring /
entrance
thai the Austin Patterson and others held for the players and their ment of his (Hawkins) treated in Duval Medical Center his mad chatter between recordsto marketFormer .

After dry.the burning of the I and as she left 1817 West 28th St' guests. Players of Gilbert and has passed, there will be of nothingleft and Brewster Hospital Saturday. the early morning programonce '

cross at.the law school property to go to her home. She said Pat-!Stanton were special guests. except a group, who men are Charged with the shooting was conducted by "Daddy Rabbit SolicitorCharged jm

Monday night witnesses said terson followed her from the I Among those aiding in the affair stronger by discover one man the meaningand Willie Lee Hopps, 33. of 501 W. -" specializes in, pops and With Bribes .;\
anxious to
and attacked her in the Mildred Redding and
house were Mrs. Beaver St, according to police i
small of unidentified
a group
young men set fire io a 4 x 7 front yard in spite of protests. Rev. Ted Sheehee who preparedthe purpose of our legal'systern. reports, who stated the attack jive.JOHNNY SHAW who entered From Four NegroesWEST

foot gasoline-soaked cross from the Austins to leave hex menu and Mrs. Johnnie Mae took place at 812 Robinson.St show business in 1940, has workedin ...
symbol of the white supremaCY'adYOCaling alone..She was seeking her Husband Roberts chairman of the decorat- All Voters CalledAll Police state that they were in- radio for 3 years on WWOK PALM BEACH Eleven
Ku Klux Klan when- she met these friends,, ing committee.IF formed the victim was at the Rob- Charlotte N. C. and WSOK informations were filed by Coun- ;

and ran. police said. voters in precinct 5D, SCand inson St.address when Will Bing- Nashville, Tenn. Shaw features ty Solicitor Charles A. Nugent .
A bystander. John Pucketi Sgts. R. B. Whittington and G. YOU HAVE MOVED 8D are asked to meet Wednesday ham no address listed and an unidentified rhythm and blues and claims to against T. Harold Williams for- t I

Miami sophomore, said persons T.,Jones investigated. YOUR REGISTRATION CARD ,night, March 21. at the man began arguing be the Devil's son-in-law "the! mer Palm Beach County Solicitor, i
Church Union cards. He stated the wild one." i alleging the former officer ac- t1
about
setting the fire looked 'like WILL NOT BE FORWARDED Abyssinia Baptist some '
upper classmen. He said he Your TO YOUR NEW ADDRESS and Dewitt Sts. Several city officials ,man pulled a revolver and began JOYCE JOYNER. Jacksonville's cepted bribes.
thought no law students were Editorial Page BE SURE TO CHANGE will be present to speak to I shooting at Bingham and those newest feminine radio personality, Williams who resigned as coun- ]
involved "because they are YOUR ADDRESS this group. bullets struck McCloud. who made her debut on Station ty solicitor last fall was indictedby

elder mien.", Speaks for Progress AT THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE The public*is urged to bring I Officers R. F. Hunter-and J. W., WRHC. She will be featured on the fall grand jury on five ;.
Read Page 2 MARKET fc DUVAL new registration cards. Mullaly investigated programs for women. (Continued OB Page 8)I )






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THE 'FLORIDA NEWS 7" STAR POLITICS. AS USUAL/



BY LeROY M. (Spike) WASHINGTONSTAR
'.hushed fcy TW FUrW. ..SNr PriUshbf C*.
( NEWS EDITOR)

MeHi.. Ad4raaz All Jaxons. Duval Countians and citizens who may register in

z P. 0. "a 561, Jcckmrttfc 1, Fl.tid.I all cities of the state are again reminded that in practically every

423.Bmrf Sheet, J. k...TttU, FbfM! FHONf ELGIN 44773 city in the state that the registration books are open for the purposeof

them registering so as to them becoming active supporters of
laic '0. SIMPSON ..- McMffef Utter certain candidates and voters in all contests during May.of this year

Ur.y "'pib- WnhiaitM' -;- Km Niter and in the general balloting in November.The .

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greatest contention of this I

Member of Associated Negro Press column through the years has vote for county officials here

been the-{act that all citizens, regardless -I" those running over the state for

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS-FOR: W. of status color religion state posts from President of the

,1. Negro Firemen. and the like, should vote if they United States. on down the line

2. More Negro Police Officers. have reached the ago of 21 and through the Florida gubernatorialcontest.
'
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police., J over that age mark. An4 this time .

4. More and Better Schools and:Speeding Up. of the we are told that thebooks at 221 Here in Jacksonville we will

S Building Program. t d a East Adams Street across the vote for a sheriff and other coun-

street from the courthouse building ty officers and in some contests

and in the courthouse annex there will be rough campaigning

are still open There will be offices
many open
Stop All The TalkingIt's but will be for balloting, and in most 'races

1 tirv open but a few the incumbents are offering for

more weeks so re-election but most of those op-

Time To OrganizeFor f that the non-: posed don't have clinches of going

registered per- back "in for :another four-year
O IX sons here may term.
6RQwN'YEL become registered ...

many, many years now we have been hearing Jaxons kJ.5Ni OPLfS OF THE WORI'0l4tt qualifiedbylaw and be Our ministers are regarded as

complain of the need for organization among Negroes here" : 1. to cast among our finest and most useful

And just as often as we have heard.these complaints we citizens and leaders in many instances -
their votes in what is destined to
have also heard men and women express their willingness to t and we offer our word of
be the and most
participate in such an organization if and when it came into most important respect for them, and trust that

being. But that is as far as it goes, or rather it is as far as it significant elections in the long those who are not "up on the
of this
has until now history city county state ball," alert and attentive to their
gone
and this nation."Registration .
r fine members and friends will let
It is our feeling that it is high time that Jaxons cease in Florida is all for their voices be heard in expounding -

crying about what is needed and promising themselves. to get a- free because Florida is one of the new registrations and then

organized but doing nothing about it. "HIS DAYS ARE. NUMBERED" states which does not require a voting. Preachers have hundreds

It is time to act. poll tax (that is paying in cash) upon the thousands of membersof
by law for registration and voting their church, friends outside;
who would take risks at expense -
An organization composed of Negro citizens with leaders your I: purposes. That is a most blessed and boast a loyal following and
and stick closely to
who will place the welfare of the people above personal gain-" Your W..kly own occupations and professional your: regulation for members of all we have expected them to do

could render useful service to the community. activities (27th). races colors and kinds. It is a rare more in the expousing of registra-

We visualize an organization that would campaign for Horoscope.we.'. I- 0-33-15-59-444. privilege and is one quaranteed tions and voting.
all of us under the Constitution of These men of influence, respect
improvements in community.. It would be the kind of
the United States. and leadership have time still to
would meet with our SCORPIOSocial
. organization whose representatives Which Are Your Lucky Fo
city officials and plan for the needs of the community and Days activities and periods of encourage many persons to regis-
between the' two Business Love Travel ter and then vote. They are duty-
endeavor to effect better understanding rest are essential factors in keep-
interracial This story is-especially intendedfor bound to do just that and have
rac and work arrangements for cooperation. ing you in trim for the more
By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER strenuous phases of your exist-, the younger generation a class the right to preach the practice of
Such although not political in purpose of ambition and of farsightedness know
an organization, ence. This sign places the accenton hope one citizenship. They a person
could contribute largely to good government and representation '. the secret facets of wishes especially those who cannot boast of being a citizen
for our people. An important function would be,to en- ABIES fives especially when your mate i and inclinations with your the admonition have become 21 years old since unless he or she registers and
,
-
courage Negro men and women to register and vote and thereby There are many indications that and other close friends also par- the elections of 1952, and since. votes when the time comes.
that this should in
take a greater interest the operation of our government productivity is on the upgrade, ticipate (24th-25th). Watch your threaten the basis of your no public way I There are large numbers of We have too much complacency -
vital role in lives. and that abilities more than emotional reactions when family
which our your
plays a negligence, carelessness and I
position and personal prestige. Be youth who became 21 last year
keep with it. The Full Moon residential, or business matters
up careful not to the before and this downright don't care in this mat-
There innumerable servicea that the organizationcould particularly so as year even
are (26th) stresses the importance of come up,while the Full Moon is
render. One of them is assisting men and women to exerting its usual powerful influ- get yourself in a situation that can year and we ask that they con- ter, and with registrations still
remaining on terms of trust and
v which vital to most of us. For that reason the harm your vital associations and centrate their minds and souls on lagging all of us may do the same
secure jobs friendship with mate and ence (26th) The accent is on creativeness -
employment service of the "Florida Star" has been turned other associates. your Reject inclinations pleasure, child projects future prospects (27th). Steady registering downtown if they with the persons who sit idly by
and conscientious endeavors haven't done and then and have not registered in prepa-
over to be operated by the newly formed Pe p1e's League. to become emotional careless and the arts so go along with the are already so,
now likely to bear fruit in diverse get their souls and minds set fullyon ration for voting shortly.
of Jacksonville and reckless with af- people or events that are in some
,
the and your
invitation to men women
This is an ways (30th-31st). VOTING their own opinionson With more than 100,000 Negro
, to come together so that we can work for the improve fections or_cash, and devote your- way connected with you in these 3-11- -18-84-412. the election days of May and residents in Jacksonville and Du

ment of our community and better living conditions. self to your domestic obligations 970331781312.LEO matters (28th-29th). November. in which they may val County, is there any reason
instead (27th). Your economic
You've been talking about it for'years now. Here is your welfare depends a lot -more on SAGITTARIUSYou why they should fail to show at
are not likely to be found least 40,000 registrations in the 1
chance to do itSTOP cooperation with the who
persons The sign urges restraint when it
either in determination supervisor's office is our ques-
The accent is financial matters lacking
on -
share your life and fortunes than
comes to lending, borrowing, or tion.
you may care to admit'(28th-29th). so get together with the people or know-how when you aim to otherwise committing yourself to I
1-30-55-13-83-011. who can give you leads that succeed in your career or employ-
costly proposition or partnerships. i
can be 'turned to profitable ad- ment projects. Approach' persons Follow the promptings of I
who can tender material aid in your "ourEditorial
Make
vantage (24th-25th) the
FUSSING TAURUS heart instead of the objections of _
Once"you get over a tendency to concessions called for rather than this direction when circumstances your:, mind as the former ,should Page OJ a
their (24th-
expect too much for yourself and pressing your particular views as place you on paths' bring a favorable if unexpected S 1
you begin to allow for the rights this will make it easier to plan 25th). Encourage the friends who turn to your fortunes. Speaks for Progress
f tion and associations (27th-28th). are helpful rather than a burdenon .
and wishes of others you find 4-30-22-16-73-181. Every Week
PROMISING and improve financial posi- your cash and spiritual ,re-
STOP, that your fortunes prosper ac- your
cordingly. Carry on in a sprit of tion and associations (27th-28th). sources on the 27th. Also look for
'
friendliness and helpfulness even Do the things at home thai-will an unexpected occasion to im-

if you feel you have cause to feel bring benefits and pleasure to prove your living and economic PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
otherwise (27th). Marital and your home companions and other conditions on this day. Once you
dear (29th-30th). The 31st of- know for sure'what your heart
family unity also is worth any ef- ones
ACT TODAY! forts exerted to make it permanent fers pleasant pastimes.90210771SSIS.. desires you can take action (30th-
31st).
.
and free of the friction that
2-99-80-12--.59-626.
only brings confusion (28th-29th).
Work together toward the goal of VIRGO

plenty and security (30th-31st). The leads that your colleagues, CAPRICORNPursuits
Join An OrganizationThat 6-20-4 .18-76-412. friends and dear ones provide of a religious nature
and other higher-mind interests
should work out to your particular -
GEMINIYour advantage when you follow give you a happy outlet for your
The
.Work For
Will only apparent difficulty them (24th-25th). These days active mind. You get .a moral lift

during this period may be to should find you somewhat better yourself when you encourage
off in the financial department those you.love to look ahead with
Benefit Of The People To spread your ideas over too many
fields instead of concentrating on provided you have adhered to faith and optimism (24th-25th).
sound principles of investment Talk things over with your most -
one. By cooperating with, or listening your
Your Community to, the one who has your and management. Turndown trusted advisor whether this be :
Improve mate professional advisor --
a
to make de- your or
interests at heart, you can avoid pressures you
wishful thinking, inertia, or loss part from these guiding principles before you make a commitment rx

You To Find Jobs of self-confidence at the moment'.in favor of the riskier enterprisesand which you would rue later.
Help Social events that drain
your
when the prize comes within your speculations ((27th-28th) 555 S
reach. This period throws light on Don't,deny your brilliant ideas or vital and material resources

your creative endeavors: and heart creative urges because of lack of should be shunned.
I interests. Ignore the voice of fear confidence in yourself on the 29th. 8-60-55-124-13-89.

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ACT NOW! attaining the heights and gainingthe AQUARIUSAnother

financial advantages that you LIBRA fulfilling week is in

desire. Maintain close relations This period brings serious per- :prospect as long as you avoid try-

with your intimates and the ac- sonal matters to light perhaps ing to hasten the course of.events

quaintances who can further your something from the past which or the hands of people who would

Rl In. The Blank Belew aims (30th-31st). you may wish to forget but can't prefer to be on your side. Place

7-60--22 7 471. (26th). This may cause tension your faith in your guiding star as

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stimulation may be pro- ed unless you Can bring some built up through the years gone .
intellec- to bear. Turn down by. The Full Moon (26th) indi-
vided by reading matter, justification
DOYOUWANTAPEOPLE'S tual pastimes, neighbors or rela- the offers or propositions of those, cates that it is time for you to sit KEN KNIGHT
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ORGANIZATION? GETYOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR ..1955u. ments before you undertake dras- Presenting
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BRIDGE SESSION Following the new trend of morning bridge sessions Johnson Mrs. Norman C. Williams and Mrs. Joan Spaulding. Standing is Miss

which has become quite prevalent among Jax socialites two groups of popular Gwendolyn Shelton. the hosiess.

, -ic matrons are seen as they participated in a daytime bridge session last Wednesday The group at right is composed of Mrs. Edward Hickson. Miss Earlena Wal

morning in the eastside home of Miss Gwendolyn Shelton.In den.- and Miss Shelton.

the photo at right seated clockwise are Mrs. William R. Toney. Miss Zelma -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS '



Music, Even! Spring Tea SundayThe Jax Matrons Mrs. Collier's DeathIs Frank Brown ChoirWill Stork at


Missionary Society of the Announced .In CityThe Sing On SundayA

Set IB School Day Spring Baptist Church will To Hold Even! death Deliveries .
of a former Jaxon
present a spring tea Sunday calendar tea will be presented -
March 18 from 4 to 6 p. m. in the and at the time of her death a Sunday in the basement of the

The Second Annual District IV home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Re- Mrs. Lois Cain will be the resident of Chicago was an- Second Baptist Church by the Barn To:

Vocal Music Festival will be held fore, 1924 College Circle.Wedding speaker and Mrs. Nora Andersonthe nounced this week as well as Frank Brown senior choir 3 p. m. 4,;,

at the Douglas Anderson Junior guest soloist at the anniver- burial ceremonies there. The dead through 6 p. m. Walter and Mattie Hawk, Rt.

.High School San Diego and sary of the Matrons at the Abys- woman was Mrs. Daisy Woods The program will show various 9, Box 417E, boy Feb. 27. y N d

White Avenues March Event Set sinia Baptist Church on Monday Collier, mother of Mrs. Carrie choirs of the city. J. C. and Etta Johnson, 255
Saturday, FRED DAVIS
17at8a.m. For Little RockA night, March 19, in the auditoriumof Collier Williams, who is a Chi- The public is invited. Goodwin St., boy, July 31, 1955.
the church. cagoan, and the grandmother of.. James Weldon fnttnun
James and Betty Jenkins 3051 Junior Ilijh School
The counties to be representedare her children there.
The Rev. J. L. Oliver Orin Redmond Ave., boy Jan. 27.
Nassau, Flagler St. Johns, womanless wedding will be Mrs.Collier well and'wide Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
Johnson, Mrs. WinzeU Clark Mrs. was Orchid Ladies Club Isaac and Doretha Singletary, Fred Davis who is active
Clay and DuvaL The schools re- presented in Little Rock Baptist ly known here and was a sub- in vanity basket .
Mamie Smith, Mrs. Mildred Mc- 2942 Redmond Ave., girl Jan. 29. and football USJBS.
ported already are: Peck High Church Friday March 23 in the
stantial citizen. Her He
many'friendslearn is amiable
and
Knight, Mrs.. Emma Johnson, Miss TeaThe Izell and Ora Cobb, 238 Cope- a IMID-
Planning Julip her of
I. interest of the Rover Boys
School Mr! James Villarin, the annual Woman'sDay with regret of her death.
Bobbie Jean Hitts, Claude Hunter land St., boy Jan. 29. Club
directress; A. Quinn Jones, princi feature program John (Pete) Williams, former ace
Miss Jeanette Nelson Mrs. Ella David and Eloise Frazier, 717
pal; New Stanton Senior High The is athlete here and Orchid Ladies Club will
program being presentedby now an employeof
Oliver the Johnson Four Mrs. Court D, girl Jan. 29.
.
School Stanton Glee Club Mrs. the Male Chorus which is the Jacksonville Terminal Co, sponsor its annual Julip Tea Sun- .
Julia Mae Moreland and Mrs. Willie and Tatharree Kirtsel
A. H. Moore, directress; Stanto- unde the direction of Mrs Thelma made the announcement of his day, March 18, in the. YWCA
Evelyn Johnson will appear on 128 North St, girl Jan. 29.
Musi-Cho, Mrs. A. M. Epsy, directress Baker, and friends are asked to mother-in-law. building.
the Arty and Julia Hammonds, 1751
Charles A. Brooks priti- please attend. program. Members' of the program com-
Le St, twin boys, Jan. 30.
Choir No. 3 and usher board No.
mittee include. Catherine
cipal; Matthew W. Gilbert Senior Mrs.
Daughter Is ,Born To Roger and Rutha Herndon,
3 will serve. The public is invited.
.
High Chorus Mrs. D.A. Jones, directress Bolden, Mrs. Mozelle Meacham,
1823 Louisiana St, girl Feb. 1.
Junior High Chorus, Mr. and Mrs ThomasMr. Mrs. Beatrice Baucum and Mrs.
Wedding Bells Thomas and Gracie Pernell,
Miss Helen Stoddard, directress, Georgia Lewis and they have invited 1
724 W. 17th St, boy, Feb. 2.
Eu Gene J. Butler, principaL for PeJ rtaAoit and Mrs. William Thomasof to appear on the 'program,
Applications Marriage Andrew and Doreatha Ross,
Wilmington, DeL announce the Mrs. Altamese Weaver, Mrs. Vic-
Boylan-Haven Senior High
Licenses 746 W. State St. girl Feb. 4.
Chorus. Mrs. ,A. ,Morgan, direct- birth of a daughter Judy Wil- toria Farrell, Jerome Forest, b
ress, Junior High Chorus Mrs: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brown of' metta born recently 'Mrs. Thomas Misses Rosetta and Francina Car- 4

Wallace directress, Mrs. Carter, Cleveland Jamey U. S. NAS Detroit, Mich, are visiting in the formerly Roberta Goodwine.is ter.

superintendent; James Weldon age 31 and Martha Hayward, 1116 city with Mr. and Mrs. Chester the daughter of the late Mr. Serving as hostesses will -be PATRONIZE

Johnson Junior High School, Mrs. Haines St, age 21. Ford of 1181 Durkee Drive. They and Mrs. George Kirkland. members of the Urbanites Club. Florida StarAclvertisers !\t .

"L. B. Blackshear directress, Arthur Clmtoa Jackson, 1639 W. 9th will remain here for- a two weeks Mother and daughter are doing Carter T. Lewis will preside at

M. Madrya principal; Isaiah St., age 18 and Melvin L. Williams period and friends may call on fine. the piano. ,

2121 Pullman Ave. age 19. them.
Blocker Junior High School Rich
BETTY JEAN PRICE
Zack W. Belton Jr., 3023 Jupi-
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:ard Hadley, director; William
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h.
I. ro New Stanton Senior
ter Ave, age 18 and Sylvia x Y
Harper, principal and Douglas Mrs. Juanita Taylor of Pitts- C'" f f P.r High School
Bennett, 1501 Steele St. age 15. ::
,Anderson Junior High School Sage burgh, Pa, is in th city spending ." Betty Jean Price a senior
W. 1st
Thos. Wright, J417 ,
Mrs. S. F. Jeffers, directress, several weeks with her relatives.She and member of the Stu-
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57 and Sophie Strong, 1444 .:';. dent Council. She is actively
,Chester R. Cowart, principal is guest in the home of her <".". engaged in h 0 r
Milnor St, age 57. church serving as Secre-
The elementary groups are a Creighton Ford, 945 W. 20th sister Miss Florita Anderson of .,' tary of the usher board
and a member of the
part of the district but are not St, age 27 and Louise Marshall, 1159 West Fourth Street. Friendsare ': .;:- __c Laura Street Youth Cen-
and of invited to call on her. .x ter Organization.
:eligible for judging some :
964 W. 20th St., age 21. : _
them have consented to come out
Wm M. Walden, 2108 Common-
and render one number for us. wealth 'St, age '54 and.Bessie M. Mrs. Maude Aveilhe of 1432 < _

The junior high and senior high Reed, 1303 W. 28th St, age '32. Evergreen Ave. is still ill in her r

school teachers feel that it is Albert L. Helms Jr. 1531' S. home and friends are invited to "

'[really there that the inspiration Ave, age 28 and Fay W.. Hair' call in and see her. She is a member -* i ; r

lor music begins and for that rea- 1203 Grothe St, age 26. of St. Pius Catholic Church,

son we are asking the elementary Andrew J. Sampson, 6121 Japonica !this city.

groups to come out and take apart Rd, age 21 and Ida M. i y" ;

Wakins, 2019 31st Ave. Apt. 587, Ill members of the Independent :__ ,

Tampa, Fla. age 20. a
Benevolent Society No. I.of this
Fred A. Maybin, Jr. 1192 W. I Y q u.
city are: Mrs. Ruth Tanner, Anderson z f a .F yn' a
Holder's ClubT.iIOldMeet 12th St, age 45 and Irene Lati- Mitchell and M. Mapp.

: more, 1341 W. 7th St, age 45. Friends may can on each of them.
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is stated that the Starlight
FRATERNAL NOTES
Gospel Singers will present a re-

cital Sunday night of the week '
The Brewster Mothers Club st. Johns Lodge will meet Wed- coming in the Friendship Primi ) '4' ;' ltA1a,:
i GEOKUA OUO4> o<
'will meet March 26 in the dining. nesday, March 21 at 8 p.;m. in the tive Baptist Church. ,Friends are

loom with the president, Mrs.. Masonic Temple Building 410 asked to hear these well known" __ ____ New High SUnton School Senior

'Jimmie E. Davis presiding.In Broad Street singers at the event scheduled to Salutations are in orde
the previous meeting two All members are asked to be begin at 8 o'clock. for George Goolsby.president

persons were added to the clu b. present on time prepared to assist I 'c4 and a of member the dene of the* club..-'
for the. tor class. Bo attends
The books are open for member in making arrangements ehurch and serves as assistant

ship. The dub was recently en. grand lodge. Please be present. I librarian. GC the
A6cut .
People baL Sunday School.Ceagrotvlatioas
tertained in the home of Mrs.. Arthur L. Jenkins is Worshipful .T ? y '
8
Johnnie M. Hutchinson with Mrs.. Master and Henry Singleton the ; O.

'Louvenia Well co-hostess. Secretary. *:
as Returned to the city from a .,..\:.. : _
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delightful delegateship to the regional fro.
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Yoy Don't Have to Go to Town to Get session of the Iota Phi Pepsi Cob to these. '
Lambda Sorority, held in Colum- .1 three Merit Award

bus, Ga. the past week-end, were ItapromLeIGodefroy's wiaaen

LOW PRICESOn Mrs. Beulah Wright McClellan, Lhttn to Pert Merit t

the local president, and Mrs. < Award sehrtarioM ..

Georgianna C. Bowens, and Mrs. Pepsi Cola TEEN-

Your Bobbie Lee Bryant, both, officersof Larieuse Hair Coloring Get Godefroy's Lariense at your TIME. WRHC Sot 1400
owl r-
the local chapter. They reported can do 'more for your hair favorite cosmetic counter now- OM days year 10.11 AJA.

,DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade the meeting largely attendedand than you've ever dreamed of. the famous brand in the red box,

'" interesting. They returned gives gray hair youthful new col known and approved for moreor.

home Monday morning.Mr. .. gives drab hair glowing than 50 years. /'

With 'Your Neighborhood Drug Store new color..leaves Jour hair soft,

this la 18 faltering fbaJat
shining... very Jay
and Mrs. Frank H. Hall, Jr.
We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn of West Beaver SU are the proud

Local parents of a boy born last week ina
Your Papers
local hospital Mother and babyare

doing well and friends may 5 -

WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY call and see them at home. Just 4.

t ,.,.. Cob.
1302 KINGS ROAD -t MYRTLE AVENUE ) 5 t Dee"n of
Ernest Hall, well known resi- EasY 1c'A JocbemtlewtaIftIlIIIq
it--4i '
PHONES El 3-3397-98 dent of this city, is here for several __ _

w. Deliver w. Ab fill Alt Doctors' Pnxriptknt weeks with his wife, Mrs.

Thelma Hall, in their home, and geps 1. .pooltolrtllorwPl y 2."I.* .t.rie- 3. Afrr color has ....... ;'
PAY' YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE Aliftki.l'.i.God Mri at*wM hostfy. s w' cMd. tAo.pot llair.oa.. ZsO.tt haw a Pgal1
their daughter, from a trip which A..1........... el.didtlp. -it y.v 1s..... +tl..

BILLS AT OUR STORE took him to foreign lands. Friendsare r. ,
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"gape -Tear- 'THE /LOWDA STAR Saturday.. March 17, MS*




I Annual Event Of Women To Sunday In Mf. Olive Church .


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Primitive Church Wo. .'s Day Dayspring Matrons To Sponsor Tea Junior Women Plan Peace SessionIn

..t.1fj'. >""i'.1r'II t. .. ', >,,:-< ..'II"' ''' ;. ,. ,. ... .",:,!,......r't. 1'.W;".._ Tea and Clinic Fete
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lames Friends Sunday Ciming } _: :::. "fi Simpson Se!
5 l :;: : ; The Junior Missionary Societyof

::1: : ..; :: # m: 4 :} '. ::1w4i? .;-. Women of First Baptist Church For Monday 7:30A

Program plans have been completed for the annual'Women's : : : : :! ; 1" mission will present clinic its Sunday annual March tea and 18,

Day observance of lit. Olive Baptist Church at Myrtle Avenue and .:
'\ .. ... ... from 4 to 6 p. m. in the educational world peace discussion session
Fourth Street, where the Rev J. M. Dixon is minister, and will beannounced fV V ;'VTV1 *# ':.4a4. building of the church of is set for Simpson Methodist

here, it was stated by Mrs. Icey Frazier James the .., + .. ,, Jessie Street. East Jacksonville Church, Kings Road and Cleveland -

general chairman of the fete. The observance will be an event of 3rVi .. .' :O! ll.. The Rev. J. C. Sams is minister Street: Monday evening
: ,
: it tif and is asking for the support of March 19, beginning at 7:30 o'-
Sunday, March 18, at various hours. ; 'A '
V' I ? ... .1rJ.. the program of the afternoon. clock and there as principal
The day will begin with the I '> speaker and leader of the discus

Sunday School of which Mrs. A. Easier Mme "$' sion meeting will be Dr. Carl D.

M. Frazier is the general, secre- Bethel Ready Soule Field Secretary of the
tary. The event will start with General Board of World Peace

the lesson discussion beginning at' Eveil Set HereAll -.j 4Ir;. x. g t-4 a% S1 states the Rev. S. S. Robinson,

9:30 a. m. and general reviewer I For Men's DayThe minister of the Simpson Church.He .

will be Mrs. S. L. Badger, wife of asks that the members of the

the minister of Emanuel Baptist' plans are being perfectedfor congregation those of other

Church, and guest superintendentwill an early sunrise Easter musical MV : I Brotherhood's annualMen's churches and all friends, will

be Mrs. Fleet Alexander, an' schdeuled for the Myrtle Ave- a Day program will be on please support this educationaland

educator and officer of Ebenezer nue ball park,. Easter Sunday Sunday March 18 in the Bethel far reaching session.

Methodist Church.. The guest sup- morning. This service is sponsored : t : Baptist Church.Dr. The public is invited to be present -

erintendent will be .Miss Jimmie by the Jacksonville Inter ; O. R. Reuben, president of at this carefully planned session
} Brooks. denominational Ministerial Alli Morris College will deliver the and have active participationin

ance. morning message and D. H. Stanton this very pertinent discussion
"" "''''-'''''_' NV ,. '". n of Atlanta, will speak at 7:30 regarding world
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Different church choirs and peace.
school singing groups have bean p. m. Special music selections will be
s Nyi contacted and several o' th'.m; Furnishing music for this occa- done by the famous and youthful
sion will be groups from New Boylan-Haven High School chorus
have given their consent to par
z.'vt ticipate. The ministers iw working Ys a Stanton, Matthew W. Gilbert and under fine guidance and direction,
a + the male chorus of the brotherhood and the choirs of the
hard to make this servce one congrega.

of the most unique and spiritualof t' !.... ... tion.The
F. W. Ervin Sr., is
its kind ever held in the city. general minister also announcedthat
The Young Matrons Council of the Day Spring Baptist Church will gin their annual "Gel Acquainted chairman, and will be assisted by the'services of Sunday com-
The various principals of the
> MrM F Tea" on March 25 in the home of Mrs. Jessie L. Terry 1175 Durkee Drive from to 6 p. m. Dr. E.W.Thompson, co-chairman: ; ing will be in the usual order and
schools in accord with
are hearty
Reading left to right in the photo are Mrs. Emma Atkinson. Miss Victoria Kemp. Mrs. Jessie L. S. A. Austin co-ordinator; Prof.L. will be helpful and interesting.
the program an dhave expressed Terry. Mrs. Ruth Ashly. Mrs. MozeU Buckner. Mrs. Alice Johnson and Mrs. Jessie Mae Glass standing. R. Raiford, music; L. M. Arg-
their desire to all out in help-
go ,Members not shown are Mrs. Sadie Wells Mrs. Louise Holley. Mrs. Carrie Brown. Mrs. Massie rett, advertisement; Mitchell
ing to make the a grand Jaxons Back HomeMr.
program Carter. Mrs. Sarah Mae Lundy. Mrs. W. M. DowdelL Mrs. N. R. Lowe. Mrs. Florence Johnson and Mrs. Tnbble finance and Jesse W.
.
1. success. Tommie Lee Hawkins. Word, publicity.
The attention of the public is and Mrs. J. W. Bolden of
Dr. James R. Henderson will be guest speaker. The public is invited.
called to this program and their 1436 W. 10th St. have returned to
.
presence will have a large bearingon St. Patricks Day the city from Cocoa, where they
the outcome of the program. !were the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
The congregations of the various Urban League Fleming Heads Hision GroupTo Tea Set For SundayDistrict I,James Robins cousins of the Bol-

pastors are also asked support dens.

MRS. VICEY FRAZIER JAMES the program and give their helpto Has Joined In Jax Delegation CelebrateThe No. 1 of St. Matthew's Many courtesies were extendedthe
their minister Baptist Church is planning well Boldens while in the city including

The morning speaker will be for the sponsorship of a St. a fishing trip at Lone

Mrs. Olivia H. Baldwin, educatorand New Job DriveThe Attrus Fleming will head a Senior Missionary Societyof Patrick's Day tea Sunday March Cabbage Fishing Camp as guest of

principal of a public school at Ms. Ararat District large delegation m the churchto the Second Baptist Church 18, from 4 to 6 p. m. in the homeof Mr. Jones' guide.

Baldwin,. and singing as guests the annual sessions# of the Pro will celebrate its anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lee of

will be the Matthew W. Gilbert Will Have Birthday' 24th Annual Vocational gressive Baptist State Conventionto Sunday, March 18, at 3 p. m. in 1817 West 31st Street, and friendsare PILL THE PUt

High School group under Mrs. Opportunity Campaign sponsored convene with the First Baptist the auditorium of the church. invited to join members there.

Doris A. Jones, and the service I District No. 9 of Mt Ararat nationally during the month of Church, Lake Wales March 20-25. Mrs. Nellie Bradley chairmanof The speaker will be J. T. Price ON STOIICILIPSET
I Baptist Church will observe its March, will be observed by the well-known in the
will begin at 11 a. In.. it was as a speaker
Deacon is the is
Fleming one of the program committee arranging Half-alive headachy when constipation
18th anniversary Sunday March Jacksonville Urban League. *
stated. foremost leaders of the laity will a program with the following city.The sours stomach? Black-Draught
18. in the church auditorium at The Rev. Hill Norris Jr. is minister relieves constipation overnight..
The Baptist Training Union will campaign will be conducted serve as the senior official dele- persons slated to appear: Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
assemble at the usual hour and Davis and 21st Streets in an in hundreds of communities gate due to the illness of the The Reverends E. G. Harris, J. H. John Phillips the deacon of tusdn-Sto.ul Snttsur Ms ftmttt!
afternoon service, and deliveringthe the district and Mrs. Emma Wat- I No harsh griping Mad from pare
singing will be the Sixth. Grade throughout the nation, including
church pastor the Rev. K. D. Hall, E. H. Howell and Mrs. G. C. vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
Class of Forest Park School and sermon will be the Rev. S. L the 61 cities and 30 states where Britt and the pressing duties of Vaught. The Rev. C. C. Brown, kins the president. gently uncorks clogged fnlnsttni
Badger,minister of Emanuel Bap- Brings comforting relief in momtaf.
at 7 p. m. there will be held a local Urban Leagues are located the assistant pastor the Rev. E. pastor of the Springhall Baptist Then life looks sunny actnt Get
music recital with the Stanto- tist Church here. and is designed to inform youth H. HowelL Church will deliver the FLORIDA STAR Black-Draught today.
messagefor sag
Musio Singers of New Stanton The Rev.Dallas Graham is minister and parents about new job op- the occasion. His choir and now :Qia.1ro: -r.k4 t bkla.' olm
Mr. Fleming has served the IN EVERY
High School jn charge of Mrs. of the host congregation and portunities and training which is ushers will him. M.l:.. ;iH'IU; Jl :::
church as treasurer for accompany _
twenty-
Ann tta brilliant musi- asks full support of the program required to qualify COLORED HOME "" m "
Espy, a planned?" the jobs. young peoplefor seven years,and has been chair- Serving as mistress of cere- r:::: &II4TW mow

cian.Mrs man of the deacon board for six monies will be Mrs. Lena George.
Gloria Frazier Holmes is Urban League vocational work
years. He will serve on the' finance The officers of the society are:
publicity committee chairman and ers and committee members meet DISABILITY INSURANCE -
West Union Church committee for the parent Mrs. Alzina Johnson
president;
Mrs. Sylvia Dixon, the pastor'swife with teachers and school adminis- body. PROVIDING YOU WITH INCOME FOR tIFE-
will be the pastor of the trators to exchange information Mrs. Nellie Bradley vicepresident IN CASE OF PARTIAL OR TOTAL DISABILITY
Choir To CelebrateChoir He is a prominent fraternal figure ; Mrs. Mable Lloyd, recording:
The Urban will
day. League work May be Purchased at Reasonable Cost
currently serving as the district secretary and Miss Esther Millen-
with existing and new vocational
a
No. 3 of West Union Baptist department grand master of ton, Bible teacher. THROUGHFIDELITY -
I guidance programs including such
Church will observe its 17th the Free and Accepted Masons. The public is invited. INTERSTATELIFE
youth serving agencies as: the A.
NOW OPEN! Others to attend will be Sam
anniversary fete with .a program
L. Lewis Branch YWCA Davis INSURANCE CO.
; I
Davis, George Burns, George
in the auditorium of the Acorn Street"
Branch. YMCA; Scorpio ALSO SICK AND ACCIDENT HOSPITALIZATIONAND
The .Honeydripper Street Church Sunday, March 18, Division of the Florida Girl Scout Walker Sam Flanders; Mesdames Pre-Spring Music RETIREMENT INSURANCE
beginning at 3 o'clock. Roberta A. Hall, Alezina Johnson OFFICE HOMEEL
Bar & Grill Council, Boylan-Haven School,
A program has been plannedfor Mary K. Heard, Ada Reeves, Minnie Event Set SundayA 4-5425 EL -12l S
BYPU of the Bethel
SlavING fINS FOOD the afternoon, and the minis Baptist Weathubee Lizzie Ingram, T. L. REDOING General A .nt.
QUALITY LIQUORS Church, Board of Public Instruc-
Rev. W. M. Lucile Scott, Cola McCoy. Annie pre-spring musical
the
ter of the church, tion Edward Waters and program
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT: College
Cummings asks full support of the North Florida Council of the L.Huff and Alexander Heard. will be given on Sunday by Choir

FERNANDINA BEACH the observance. All other servicesof Boy Scouts of America. No. 2 of the Abyssinia Baptist
will be held in the Church sponsored by Mrs. Alice
the day CHAMPION'SMEN'S
The Negro Family in the Mod- Whist Tournament
usual order he states. ern Urban Community" will be Adams, beginning at 8 p. m. .

this year's theme. Special vocational -I The Master Keys Spiritual
guidance programs will be The 3 R Industrial Club will Singers Mrs. Essie Mae Scott, AND BOY'S WEAR

Mrs. Hortense Gray held in cooperation with such :sponsor a whist tournament, Saturday Sisters of the South'and other

,adult and parent groups as: S. P. ,. March 17, at 1436 West talents will appear on the pro- Short Sleeve Sport Shirts n, $1.59
Will Give Address
10th Street.

Gillette 'Livingston County Home School Demonstration PTA, Duval Suppers will be served and gram.The public is invited to attend. Cool Washable Dress Slacks $3.98

Women's will be observed will be awarded.
Day trample prizes
Council, Oakland School PTA and
Mix Dress Sox 4-for
see B&ABKSHf Sunday March 18 in the st.John's The public is invited. Nylon $1.00Army
the PTA of Richard L. Brown
JMffftir ittseasre Baptist Church with Mrs. Sadie School. Learn Commercial Art Type Twill

Alexander serving as chairman Khaki & Grey Work Pants $2.98
\NI and Mrs. Mildred Forehand, junior INCOME TAX RETURNS Start Aaytlas.G. .

% chairman.Mrs. Butler Will Short Form $2.00 I. APPROVED Regular $27.95 Value

Hortense Gray will deliverthe SpeakIn Long Farm $LOI AMERICAN 100% Wool Sport Coats Now $19.95

morning message. Day Spring Church .NED JACKSON
SCHOOL OF ART
The juniors will have charge of TAX EXPERT Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan -
the afternoon program. Professor Eu Gene Butler of 133 day S!.* Ph. EL 6-3703 Moved T. New Location
Matthew W. Gilbert High School 106 EAST BAY STREET 125 West Street Phone EL 4-1118
S L Id. Till 9 P.M. Zed Fl.., Bay -
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night March 19, when Choir 4 of I

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Friday and Saturday March 16 -17 All choirs of the church are. feel as good as I could as
asked to be present in uniform.
ROD CAMERON .- JOHN PAYNE The public is invited. good as I knew I should until I started taking SAS..TONIC to

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LIGHTNING" Its Anniversary iron energy you need to feel as good as you should.,Iron Deficiency

; Anemia slows you down. Start today with S.S.S. and

Sunday Monday Tuesday March 181920FIRST The anniversary of the Sunday ., '. watch how this potent iron tonic begins to perk up your appetiteand
School of the Tabernacle Baptist
RUN! RICHARD WIDEMARK
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Sad"LUCY".f will be observed on Sunday. and Nature's own roots and herbs has never been
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lJnaln County News Putnam County Girls At State Fair BAPTISTS GET PREPARED .

BY" E..J. VHEEH ..
FOR LAKE WALES SESSIONS
SOS Madisea Street Falatka Florida
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,}.. t !ma 11vhG'wa -r II4 I LAKE WALES The Progressive Baptist State Convention of
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..-._ A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK sealion" .
j in Baptist the Rev. Samuel
r. ,* ..rYouih and beauty fades away but character stands forever. % [I Fields, pastor. The officers are:

It ..Last'week, Mrs. Betty was o a guest to the movies. She lives The Rev. J. C. Sams of Jacksonville -
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way'out between Palatka' and orahome and is employed by the i general president; Mrs. H B. haeset conventional programsfor

; Gem City Cleaners, ; ; Miller of Green Cove Springs, their respective bodies which

This,w k'we-are sending out)I president of the Senior Women's holds great potentialities in regard -

an invitation to a young lady Spring Tea SundayTo Convention; Mrs. Agnes L. Dean, to the aims and goals set in
Sebring, president of the Junior the light of education and mission
whom Tve known all her life. I
Be In EmanuelDistrict Women's Convention; Lonnie instruction and inspiration.The .
think she is a very fine matron.
Dean, president of the Baptist welcome
program is expected -
She has a little boy and a baby
Laymen Brotherhood; Mrs. Idella to all
surpass previous ones
girL At present she is residing 14 of the Emanuel Baptist
Williams president of the StateUsher's and will feature outstanding
with her mother. Her husband is Church will
sponsor a Spring
K Union; Mrs. M. M. Warren musical groups.
employed at a state institution of Tea March 18
Sunday, beginningat
general directress of the The attendance of children is
[; learning. I am sure she knows this 3:30 p. m. in the basement of Youth Convention and the Rev. especially invited as well as
invitation is meant for her if she
the 'church. A program has been
W. J. Glover, youth director with friends of this community and
will contact me I will give her arranged and refreshments will
the assistance of their officials others.
two passes. be served.


F.. This week we arc inviting little The also following be held district on Sunday.meetingswill District New Home Makers Of This Country

Miss Cornelia Bryant of Edgar to 1 in the home of Marion ..... """ """" -'-'_' ,i"e.;,; .. _, ..... ,._ _
be the Florida Star's guest for Carter 237 Copeland St. District Will Hold
Shown here is a group of Putnam County 4-H Club girls who participated in a team demonstration Belhune-Cookman Meet!
\ lunch Monday in the cafetonum 3 will meet at 4 p. m. in the homeof
at the State Fair in Tampa. Left to right are: Martha Murphy. Ruby Wilson. Ethel Moore and
of Centra Academy.Her charming Deacon and Mrs. S. Session,
t, personality attracted the .Star's 2240 Forest SL District 6 of the Bernice Carey. The demonstration given was "Making and Using Woodwork Cleaner. The'eleventh State Conventionof 4. To promote better public re- ?+

reporter last Tuesday while visiting Abyssinia Baptist Church will be the Florida Association, New lations.

the school. :.. guests. District 7 will meet in the Homemakers of America, will be The convention will J
,, ... St. Paul AXE Church Celebrates Pomona Park News continue to 1
': : home of Mrs.Gussie Williams., 308 held at Bethune-Cookman College, emphasize leadership training. I
t. Mrs. Sarah Scofield has as her Myrtle Ave.District March 29-31, instead of Aprl 19- Group will
meetings provide op- |
: house guests her brother and sis. 8 will meet at 3 p. m. in 87th Anniversary Under Russell By Mrs. Florence McBride 21 as previously indicated. portunities for members to discuss \
-inlaW Rev. ,and Mrs. W. M. the 'home of- Mrs. Nora Butler, Members of the State ExecutiveCouncil problems*that will assist them in )
,. 4 Everett of Key West Fla. Rev. 1116 Price Street District 10 will I Sunday School at Mt Tamo and Advisory Board, achieving the over-all purmposes ;
;< Everett is the pastor of Bethel meet at 3 p. m. with District 11 of Baptist Church was enjoyed by NHA Chorus participants, leader of the organizations will be pro- ]
: AME Church of Key West the Abyssinia Baptist Chuch in The St Paul AME Church 13th and Myrtle Avenue, began the all who attended. Deacon Otis ship training advisors and some vided also. A banquet awarding ]

the Abyssinia Baptist ;Church. observance of its 87th anniversary Monday night with the Rev. W. McBride, superintendent' P r e- other committee members will of our first NHA Scholarship, and J

The many friends of Mother Districts 10 and 11 will meet at 4 L. Jones, pastor of the First Corinth Baptist Church in charge of sided. meet Thursday, prior to the opening Advanced Homemakers Degrees 1,

:' Queen Kitchens.will be glad to p. m. at'which time a tea will be the opening service. I session and should plan to are among other convention high-.

know that she is convalescing given. District 13 will meet at 4 The Rev. D. A. Russell pastor, Evening' services at Allen arrive by 1 p. m. All delegateswill lights. The convention will pro- I

t" nicely after having been seriouslyill p. m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. invited the Rev. W. C. Neal of the program. Chapel AME Church were very- need to arrive by 4 p. m. vide for wider participation of all 1'

for several days. She is one ofF William Armstead.. 1571 W. 27th St. Thomas Baptist Church to Tuesday, March, 20, the Rev. enjoyable. The pastor Rev. Star- Thursday. The convention will delegates. \)
Palatka's oldest citizens and she St. have charge of the service on W. F. Foster, pastor of the New kes delivered the message.Mr. close Saturday evening followingthe
'?' is also a member of Calvary Baptist District 16 will meet in the Tuesday nightWednesday Bethel AME Church will lead the fourth general session.
Church home of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ad- night, a program of.' services. ELEVENTH STATE CONVENTI John E. Ford School
: kins 3:30 2274 Calvin St Gospel music featuring the Ethel and Mrs. Harrison EdwardsSr. THEME AND GOALS OF .1
at ,
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Bannister Wednesday, March 21, the Star To Greet Operetta
Davenport Singers was THE ELEVENTH STATECONVENTION
District 17 will meet at 3 p. m. in and son, Mrs. Florence McBride
The rally which terminated at presented. Light Singers will render the
the basement of the church. Mrs. Bertha Bradley, and
Bethelhem Baptist Church of music and the Rev. A. L. Scott "The Magic Charm",is the title
Theme "Better
The anniversary of the pastor Thursday night the Rev. D. W. Bernice Miller, motored to'Lake : Family LivingThruNHA"
which Rev. T. A. Alston is the pastor of the New Hope AME
of the spring operetta to be
and the church will begin Monday Welcome, pastor of the St. James Wales, Fla. last Sunday to visit pre
highly esteemed pastor,was a sue Church will preside. sented by students of John E.
Goals 1. To find NHA'-
March 19 and continue thru AME Church had charge of the relatives and friends. : ways I
cess Sunday night with $741 ,dollars 26th. services. Friday night the Rev. The Rev. Hill Norris and congregation ers may more tffectively aid family Ford Elementary School on Y

being raised to purchcse pews Robert Wilson and congregationof of the St. Matthew Baptist living problems in their com- March 28 at 8 p. m. in the school

for the church. The church is the Bethel Baptist Church presided Church will conduct the serv- Mrs. Amanda Clay who is ill munity. cafeteria. .

making great progress under the at the services. ices on Thursday March 22 and at her home had as her house 2. To find effective ways of integrating Directing this event will be 'l'

leadership of Rev: Piston.L 1 Your Negro Newspaper Monday March 19, the "Gospelin the Rev. T. W. Bullard pastor of guests her two daughters, one the NHA program with Mrs. Mary T. Gillis, chairman,

Stands For The RightsOf Song by the Gospel Echoes the St. Stephens AME Church on I son-in-law, and grand-daughter. that of the homemaking program. Mrs. Lois :M. Roberts, cochairman "
"';._ The many friends of Mrs. Mary under the direction of Mrs. Inez Friday, March 23. The public is I One of the daughters remained 3. To continue to develop abilities and Mrs. B. E. Jenkins and .
J. Xawson'will- regret to learn The Negro People Bivens will present'an Interesting invited., -.t- :for a few days with her mother. through group activities. Mrs. A. B.Nathan assisting. I
i that she has been quite ill for

several days in the Mary Lawson Hf".- '
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; Edna Cooke the Singing Sons and !
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mond Va. will make an appearance -

at Central Academy High, The people know and respect
School on Wednesday, March 21 you
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WWPF March 21 Wednesday when they will afternoon be interviewed ar.ethe- people who respect and

l by the Florida Star reporter : Ts g"z-1 4 xcA y s ,

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i Olive Fire St.destroyed and damaged two buildings another.on .. >own life?; insurance .1

r The home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ', LM1

Flowers and their three small '. 1 .,;:*,sJ;,." ..: :: '1"
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t jnonth-old baby was asleep in the

1, house and narrowly escaped being '
burned when he was rescued by t ;J- ,;

t, a neighbor after an attempt had :\ '" '- Ever stop a moment to size up your friends They're people whom
been made by his 4-year-old sis

a i' ter.The mother had walked a I y/' ',' you admire and respect because,,like you, they're hard workers, ''

to ed.nearby Their store belongings when the were fire a start total ,( \ ;, devoted to their homes,their children and to their communities... c= ,.z

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loss.. : and they're thrifty. That's why they choose life insurance as a ; "

t- Rev. Byrd, a former resident of : method of saving, of protecting their homes and loved ones, of '

,, Palatka died in Miami last week. their children education or other specialized
Rev. Byrd was a member of the assuring a college ", ;
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while residing here. His body will '
be shipped here for burial. { Life of Georgia can provide you with a life insurance plan to

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:; Stale Teachers the South. Call your local'Life of Georgia'office for adVi- ....today.'I. a



CftiveBiion Set '; : X19"'! f LIFE OF GEORGIA FACTS

r For Peasacola From Annual Statement at December 31, 1955
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i f' LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE $1,242.519,955
s Coat of$102JD85,411 in one year
The Florida Stale Teachers -
S 125.149,902
!; Association will hold its Sixty- 1 r'A Inc ewe of$15,378,297 over 1954
third Annual Convention April '
PAID POLICYHOLDERS
k 1214. 1958 at the City Auditorium : BCNOTCIABIES.. $ 12.480,749

o Pensacola Florida. s$ LIABILITIES . $ 110435.747
Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, executive < a Liabilities include policy retcrvetSCKFLUS

,: secretary of the organi u. FUNDS AND"CAfirAi $ 14,714.155
stated that outstanding ,
{ lion many ... >-
national and slat figures S .
will be invited to participate in IlIfrI Z1Ifancoa1? .

:; the program as well as serve as S
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I: departmental groups. .An estimated w.-.w.---- ? S .asusu tea .ou" sieos user '
3400 teachers.'superrisers : .... ..un ....... .

and principals are expected -
j- U. S. JONES Dirisieelt.e.per,/
to be present he $aid. District Office

: The theme this year for the e T. E. CHAMBERS Mgr. J. M. WILSON,.A4g,. _

: A conTention is: "CRUCIAL .. 403 West Monroe Strut 1542 Atlntic'IIYL < .. .''.
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Hari Ai Clearwater For Posts

1956 All SIAC Tournament Team is published here:

CLEARWATER-For the first time in the history of the Phila.

delpha Phillies Baseball Club, there seems to be a possibility of a FIRST TEAM

.Negror becoming a member of the team. PLAYER SCHOOLKnoxvllle POSITION

There are two Negro rookies in Charlie Lewis Forward
camp with the Phillies and the Andrew Brown Knoxville Forward
Gav lan DecisionIn ....: ..
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office are upon' them. General Bout Unpopular Robert Wright S. C State ," Guard

Manager Roy Homey sad he is McKinly Dillingham KnoxvilleSECOND Guard
fully convinced that both will LONDON-The 71-year old Ben ,. "
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make good, but he does not know Green the referee who rendered
where they will play or\ the team. one of the most_ unpopular de- Howard Glover Morris Brown Forward

One of the rookies trying out, cisions in ring history, when he t George Williams Morris Brown Forward
: Jimmy Dew Alabama State Center
for a position with the Phillies is awarded a controversial decisionto _
Ronald Johnson MorehouseMorehouse Guard
Fran Herrera, a. 22-year old long Peter Waterman over Kid Gay-
ball hitter from the Kansas City Ian in their fight in London has James Wortham Guard

Monarchs of the Negro American had his license withdrawn by the .k HONORABLE MENTION: James Davis (Knoxville); Donn

League. The tall, powerfully built British Boxing Board. His decision Y Ya Clendenon (Morehouse); Walter Atkins (Morris Brown);' Ozzie By-

r Cuban can play first .and is considered however must stand.A num (Morhouse); Jesse White (Alabama State); Robert Green (S. C.

I t a fine prospect on first near riot was touched off by State); Leo Morgan( Florida A & M(; and Roy Young(FloridaA

f f base, a position he has held down Green Feb. 7, at London's Har- & M).

since he started his brief span in ringway arena when he declared V
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basebalL Waterman the winner over former .

The other prospect that has world welterweight champion Sport Flashes -,
shown much promise accordingto ,from Cuber in a ten-round _

Hamey, is Charlie Randall, the bout.. .
first Negro. to'ever sign a Philliescontn. The boxing board ordered a full I ,Members of the Matthew W. Gilbert basketball squad which is one of the teams representing
You've got Bucky Walters'word National League race in 1888--
f t... Randall is only 18. He inquiry in view of the uproar by Jacksonville in the basketball tournament being held in Orlando this week.end.
I for it-the slider is no new pitch. and won the pennant the follow-
is an infielder-outfielder. He hit 10,000 fans and the dissatisfactionfrom
Walters former star pitcher and ing season?
351 last season at Bradford, Pa. all parts of the world who .
now bull boss of the Giants t
Hamey said Herrera will'g t a spoke out in loud protest. Boxing SPORTING IT UPBY Suspension pen ,
said Chief Bender showed him DID YOU KNOW THAT the
chance to win the: first base job promoters news reporters fight
how to throw it back in 1935. first shutout game in baseball was
and Randall will chance to managers and fans were criticalof
get a C. PARHAM JOHNSONA Off For DukesNEW And Bender told him it wasn't won by Chicago 4 to 0-and that
win an outfield post. Both men referee Green for his unsports-
new even then. "He had no name the looser in this National League
will opportunity that man-like decision.Rattlers .
get every for it," Bucky said "but it was'a game was Louisville?
any other player will get. total of 60 Negro players will]*ield). Soreno Hotel: Washington slider."
YORK The
seven-foot
be battling for positions on the Senators-Orlando. Fla. (Tinker .
different major league teams for Field). Orange Court HoteL center, Walter Dukes, of the New *
Play York Knickerbockers is off the DID YOU KNOW-THAT John
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HiiJiigBiilshjuei the 1956 season, the largest num- The National League: Brooklyn jhe.1S
Coleman lost 48 for Phila-
suspension list but must surrender games
ber since the day Jackie Robinson Dodgers-Vero Beach, Fla. (Hoel-
For Grid PostsTALLAHASSEEThe $250 for his "indifferent atti- delphia in the National League in
broke the ice with the Brooklyn man Stadium), Dodgertsown, the

Dodgers. In 1954, there were 48 team shifts to Miami on March 10 Coach Vince Boryla and Team 1833 p1 ma1ic.1Srin -
Rattlers I' Negroes on the roster and in 1955 (Miami Stadium), McAllister Ho- President Ned Irish conferred Is Bob Rush so near sighted

BRADENTON-Henry Aaron, of Florida A. and !.University I there were 46 on the rosters. tel; Chicago Cubs-Mesa, Ariz. with the former Seton Hall All- that Cub' catchers use "head

hard' hitting outfielder of the reported for spring football drills Negroes will be on the rostersof (Rendezvous Park), Maricopa Inn; American for two hours and they I signs' rather than fingers to call \- .

Milwaukee Braves'threw a scare around 75 strong. The Rattlers 15 of the 16 major league teams.It Cincinnati Reds-Tampa, Fla. promised the return of the fine if for his pitches-turning the J

into the camp of- the Braves a with some holdovers and some [ is certain that.all of the 60 men (Plant Field), Floridan Hotel; he displays "more of a team spirit head right or left? "That Rush NO LIQUOR TASTE. .
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few-days ago when he came out new prospects are' determined 'to will not make good but many Milwaukee BravesBradenton, and regard for club rules" thru frightens me, says Pee 'Wee

of practice with an injury. It was keep the Rattlers at the top rung will show enough ability to land Fla. (Braves Field), Manatee River the rest of the season. Reese. "When I'm hitting against LIQUOR BXSA7HI

later revealed by X-rays that he of the ladder In collegiate football farm club jobs while some will be Hotel; New York Giants- Dukes was suspended indefi- Iii, and I see'him bending over

had a bad bruise on the same foot and are eying the SIAC championship weeded out completely, but every Phoenix Ariz.. (Municipal Sta- nitely and fined $100 for repeat- and squinting foro the sign, I feel

he had broken in Cincinnati late race. one will be given an equal oppor- dium), Adams Hotel; Philadelphia edly showing up late for practice like shouting: This is me, here,

last. season. The_Rattlers walked away with' tunity to make the grade. Phillies-Clearwater, Fla. (Jack with the. National Basketball Bob; that's the plate. over there' "

Physicians: said he probably the SIAC title and was runner-up The teams and the players :will Russell Stadium), Fort Harrison Association team. i* *

will be out"of uniform for several for national honors last falL be listed as follows: Brooklyn Hotel; Pittsburgh Pirates-Fort The newly appointed Boryla DID YOU KNOW THAT John

days. graduation took 11 men away Dodgers-Jackie Robinson, Roy Myers Fla. (Terry Field), Brad- also charged Dukes with being a W. Taylor pitched 1727 inningsfor

During the early part of the fro mthe squad. and these gaps Campanella, Don Newcombe, Ju- ford Hotel; St. Louis CardinalsSt. "1st and 15th ball player" Chicago and St. Louis in the

practice- the faces of many must be filled. Coach Jake Gaither nior Gilliam Sandy Amoros Petersburg. Fla. (Al Lang brand of athlete devoted only to National League without relief

Milwaukee fans beamed with joy and his assistants are very Charlie Neal, Chico Fernandezand Field), Bainbridge HoteL pay check days. starting in 1901 and finishing in

as the har4 hitting Aaron"belted hopeful of securing proper re- Bob Wilson; Milwaukee Florida is the baseball center of Dukes was one of the finest and 1906 .

several pitches out of the park,. pacements for those who have Braves-Bill Bruton, Henry the nation with 12 of the 16 ma- one of the most polished basketball *

and some of them ..were thrown. gone by way of graduation.PATRONIZE. Aaron, Jim Pendleton, Humberto jor league clubs doing their spring players during his college It's a rare day for sports writers

by Warren Spahr.FLORIDA. Robinson, George Crowe John training in the Florida climate.I days and while he was with the when Yogi Berra doesn't furnish

Covington and Felix Mantilla; History repeated itself in 1955 in Harlem Globetrotters, but he has something to write about Duringthe

STAR Cincinnati Reds-Joe Black, Bob that Florida-trained clubs won been a big disappointment to the ball players' recent golf tour- 1 Nw'
OUR Thurman, Brooks Lawrence, the pennants in both leagues anda Eastern division cellar-dwellers nament in Miami Yogi showed

IN EVERY .ADVERTISERSLearn Charlie Harmon, Pat Scantleburyand Florida-trained team won the averaging, only 8.6 points per himself a switch hitter. After a .
Curtis Flood; Chicago White world series. In addition to the drive and second shot righthand-

COLORS) HOME Sox-Minnie Minoso, Connie major leagues. Florida is the game. eel, Yogi found himself.in a trap.

Commercial Art Johnson, Larry Doby, Earl Bat- training ground of many of the He blasted out lefthanded and

tey and Walter Lundy; Washington minor league clubs. sank a lefthanded putt for a par

Start, Aartfanao. .Nationals Carlos, Paula, Vi- The movement of the baseball Moore Will Fight four.
i. APPROVED .
WATCH THIS. CLOWN bert Clarke and Juan Delis; Kansas clubs to Florida was started by Al -
po
AMERICAN City Athletics-Vic Power,. Lang of St Petersburg,, and full Daniels Saturday DID YOU KNOW THAT Brook-

11-23-49 SCHOOL OF ART Hector Lopez and Harry Smpson;I credit in due him for arousing' the lyn finished tenth in the 12-club rssa

474-95-871 Pittsburgh Prates-Roberto Clem- interest of the big leagues to come HOLLYWOOD, Calif. -March Since
Akft4 T. New IMeH. ,i.a.
ente, Ramon Nejias, Curt Roberts to Florida. Lang remained a devoted 17 is the date light heavyweight
106 EAST BAY STREET and Lino Donoso; St. Louis Card- and ever-enthusiastic fan champion Archie Moore has Learn Commercial Art 1721. .
2a4 Float
7 8' I inals-Tom Alston! Detroit Tigers until his death. He will always be agreed to meet Frankie Daniels of Start AaytiaM

9 } '5 -Ted Richardson and Jim Proctor remembered as a close follower Los Angeles in a long delayed G. f. APPROVED RELSICKThe

Philadelphia PhilliesCharlie and lover of baseball fight The bout will take place at AMERICAN
6 2: NosurgeryIeededto Randall; New York Yankees-I the Hollywood Stadium. World's

Elston Howard New York Giants Now that Joe Cronin has been SCHOOL OF ART
; This will be 'a 10-round non- Most-Honored Vodka
45-32-82 reduce swelling Wllie Mays, Hank Thompson voted into the Hall of Fame, all of I title battle and Moore is,usng it Moved T. New Location
684-55-138 Ruben Gomez and Bill White; the five strikeout victims of Carl as Another step in his program to 106 EAST BAY STREET SO ft1M fnoL Made from Cnfe byLRtlsky
Zed Floor
of painful piles! Chicago Cubs-Ernie Banks, Gene Hubbell in, his fabulous All-Star get into shape for a title defense A Coekajwlltt.KdUJA

s..tI8es .... .. In doctor** tads amazing new Baker, Ben Banks, Sam Jones Game performance in 1934 are which he will soon have. -

.Seiaeriates he's .waHa fitfetoieflB Pam tnitfrintly relieved Monte Irvin, Solly Drake and now enshrined. Hubbell's other This Daniels matter has been
.&. nktrcctt pEaf tortarel Care tnt< Ha ...... k .H .ammo1 eitflrniil reliefwtthont mrgery I brewing for over a year. Moore
Smith Jose Santiago, Joe Caf- Babe Ruth, Lou .
Ingredlenta re- noon were has been on and off the pan with -
IteropatodtcnW instantly e fie and Dave Hoskins; Baltimore Gehrig Jimmie Foxx and AlSimmons. officials since he cancelledthe -
FOR MARCH 24th evening.Promote hiding Ton sit, Orioles-Dave Pope, Bob Byrd All five, of course, boxing
walk m comfort On1yn pileremedy. bout after doctors reported a
47-18-2 Stainless Faroe Suppositories Ezell King, Willie Tasby and Kel- went down in order.S heart condition. HOUR
or Ointment' a'druggists.sim ly Searcy. .1
Daniels, former California state
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Despite the acquisition of Mau- Zl"
IT" Information thus far reveals rice McDermott, tehjYankees are light heavyweight champion won '

JANE RUSSELL & JEFF CHANDLER that the Boston Red Sox is the still in the player market; General four and lost: two matches last CLEANERSBACHELOR

"FOX FIRE" only major league team without Manager George Weiss,disclosed. .year. I

a Negro in spring training. "We said last fall it''we were to "Legion matchmaker Jack Leon-
SUN. THRU SAT MARTIN & LEWIS RIOT
The training sites and hotel club it would be
MARCH 18-24 "YOU'RE NEVER TOO YOUNG" .strengthen our ard, meanwhile, took off for New
headquarters for the American with a pitcher and a shortstop" ".Jnc...
York to sign welterweight Danny
League teams are as follows: Baltimore Weiss said. "Well, we got a
'GIANT MIDNITE SHOW SATURDAY, MARCH 24th Orioles-Scottidal. Aris. pitcher and now we have to see Giovannelli for a fight with Art

ALL SEATS .._,..._._ 50c (Scottsdal Baseball Park). Paradise whether he has it. But we haven't Aragon at the Stadium during BUNDLES

.Inn Boston Red Sox-Saraseta. added a shortstop." this month.

SKY VIEW Fla (Payne Park). John .

ROOSEVELT Ringling Holeb Chicago White For the first time in more than

Saa. Tuts.. Match 18-20 S... T.... March 11.20 Sox-Tampa Fla. (Al Lang 40 years,Branch,Ricker.is.head- LEARN TO DRIVE 5 HOUR SERVICE
Sterlly H., "VIEW FROM 'tOMFEYS H AD" Field). Tampa Terrace' Hotel :ing south for some,other reason

FerMat TOP GUN"Tucker -UNDERWATER" Cleveland Indian* Tucson,- Aris. !.than going to a spring training Tha QakkMt TIN Earint IentffallF LnDde... .114 FfehlwJ

"NIGHT FREIGHT" w.. & n.... Match,21T22StorltMf (HI Corbet Field), Seta Rita camp. His idea this year: is to go Way T. Loam
Hey Hotel Detroit TigersIaluland.Fla. south only for the fishing* AJAXDRIVING
W.d. ft Thar March 21.22 -BATTLE'TAXIf (HeDlq-Fied). New Florida It was reported that before;
It* Rm Dr...! '
PTT" SCHOOL
"THE GOOD DIE YOUNG" I M "SNAKE Hoteb, Kansas city A's West completing the. Jackie Collum-

rim: Victor Marara 24OVatW Palm -Beach. Fla. (Connie rM.ck Brooks Lawrence deal. Gabe Paul CALL EL 4-0639
Fri. & Sat. -
GLORY HIGADE" ArtaMnyOMtV"MASTXRSON. MarchJS FUld) Hotel c.orsWuhbaSftoal of the RexSegK made a'. 'phone
Perpeiw
M. I So*. March 23-24 OF KANSAS" Knr. 'Yock YWIII*-3*. Pete- check with Brooks; to ascertain George .isM
"PURPU MASK- Tear drHs Pins Fn.* T.... bun,-TU. (ftffiiar Regains.JleM.fmmtti thtth&-pitcher's uleen-have mot 1134 W. 5th Street 91 1.rnin
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in Jacksonville are kicking about the strangle hold one or two is the last meeting of the group Jesse Lane chairman of the I

(hips; Off The Block fellows have on the local A F of L musicians local. The boys com- Pe/ a tar tZ'iig4 before the Grand Lodge convenesin group has called all members of I

; v. plain about the methods being used and feel that.a change is needed. April. the craft in Duval and adjacent
"IIi: Alice Hall and friends are now members of the Enquire club Plans will be made for the pres- counties who are interested in the 1
Mrs. Lillie Mae Smith of
having shifted their membership from the Deluxe. Elmore Davisis 3622 entation of the program of -the Crusader program to come out 1
BY JAY JAY Ardisia Road has returned to the
in a huddle figuring out the odds he will give on the Yanks this Crusaders before the entire'Grand and voice any suggestions they
Tb Royal Vagabonds have staged their l.DDuallhiDg dig but the year '. Wade informs us that Peas the shoe shine magnate is city from New York City, Phila- Lodge spokesman said. have and aid in the program. J

talk lingers on. The boys did "nice one". Of.no great surprise taking lessons in how to pick a winning team and not from Harry delphia and other* cities in that

masses, because the word had leaked was the presence of air ofay "Bet Your Life On the Yanks".Puzi area. She visited and was'enter- I

bawd Comment on the muse was varied. Most persons thought Jerry of the Offbeat Shoe Shine Parlor has doubled his facilities. tained by relatives and friends. BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS!

the'music was "progressive" far u Sam and us wu concerned. Jerry has recently added another row of fine oak, upholstered seats

Seems u tho- the band played samplees ,from its entire "book" for the convenience of his customers. We like to see a business Mrs. Dorothy Lue Chambliss is Don't Miss This God Sent Man

the first part of the dance trying to make the folk dance. The group grow. ........r reported: ill in Brewster Hospital

did not know that "we uns" don't dance until the "oil" circulate, Fat George Harris and Charles Brown'Ve singing the praisesof Friends may'can on her. She is a See Me Today .

through our systems and that is usually around intermission. Just Sgt. Jettie Rivers of the Marine Corps and .the local Naval Air member of Abyssinia Baptist Be Blessed Tomorrow
watch us after the break. Secondly the band played the music by Station. Sgt. Rivers invited the above fellows Johnny Stewart. Church and is active there in

the book and we don't Ilk. the way the sounds just wiggle all over Frank Hampton Richard Gardner of New York:?and Charlie Sifford various affairs. Jesus Never Fails ,: '

the floor. Folks were stymied when they heard the Latin stuff of Philadelphia out to play on the NAS links. Sifford is the winnerof Prayer Changes ThingsAre
Another ill Jaxon is Mrs. Dorothy -I
ala Latin. Then of the danced because
again some
played guests never the recently held Ray Mitchell Open and is the only sepia representative -
they waited to hear ock Around The Clock" and the like with Burke Co. manufacturers. golfing equipment. After Wadley of 2014 West 17th SL. You Having TroublesOf

before dancing. Well we can say one thing for once the folk went the links session George and Charles ate Sgt. Rivers out of house and friends may call and see her. Matters You Can't Control?'

home and didn't sweat and jump themselves dixsy. Hats off to and home. By the way the Sgt. is a high school chum of Bob Hud-

the Vagabonds and we hope this is the beginning of a move by the son the deejay. Both are from Nashville. Gotta go, see you next Mrs. Viola Williams of 1033 W.
clubs to make the formats, "formal". week. Duval SL Is also ill at home and By All Means See This God Sent Man Today
friends call and see her.
Theora Leggins popular school teacher, solved the manpower FLASH Dynamic Robert Fields the eight year old press agentof may Call Him., Now for Special Blessing
shortage by importing a guest from Ocala. She was escorted to the Miss Laura Wynn Just rushed in and gave us a release on his
Samuel Houston of 521 Broad
dance by Bubber Johnson the popular basketball coach of the Howard client. He reports the girls at Fuller Products are still going strong
St. who has been ill in Brewster
Academy Bulldogs We did not see alKof the girls but if and they are spreading statewide. Wonder what his salary is. PROPHET COOPERTelephone
Hospital, is improving nicely in
any were prettier than Pearl Chatman we don't want to see them. Going for real new. See you before Easter.
the home of his mother, Mrs.
The old ticker is getting weak and we can't stand excitement Telegraph or Come In Person
Hannah Houston of 1402 Harper
Ran into Ethel Spears the other day. Ethel is beating the hinter- ACE St Friends may call on him. Ne Mail Received I Am I. My Office 7 Days a Week
lands getting members for the Negro National Hotel organization. WOBSPROGRAM LeagueSlates
Phone STevenson 4-4219
For the benefit of those who travel a list will be made of all approved SCHEDULE Mrs. Alice Wynn wife of the

eating and sleeping places. Her best job of selling was in persuadng ForumThe minister, the Rev. B. L. Wynn of From0N12No.-S to 10 p.*.

Nip Sams to deposit a nickel in the parking meter. I:" MONDAY"FRIDAT Sign on Abyssinia Baptist Church this 1833 N. 12th Street Philadelphia, Pa.

Manuel Rivera is back in town for a spelL Glad to see him back 1M C.-M Capsule New Weather city, is ill in her horn at 1011 W.
Melvin ,
613.750: Heaven's Road (
on the scene and especially since it is open season on politicians .. Grace) i Allen Christian Endeavor Duval Street and friends may

Rumor has it that some polticos are beating the woods for a culiuc 7:00.753 753.650 The Capsule Kid Newt Bob)> Hudson*: Weather) workers of St. Paul AME Church call. .-

candidate. Rumor also that a couple of the boys off of the scene 1-00 S3 Capsule Newt.A Weather and at least six other persons will
S-U 'M The Kid (Bob Bud on)
will run in Second'District races.. Well, P. T. Barnum said "there ,:tt '*3 Capsule News Weather be concerned this week about so Ill in Brewster Hospital is Dan TWO BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU
943 l':oe Jnmpin with Johnny
one born every minute. (Johnny Shaw) ciety's basic unit the family;' its Moore, and friends are asked to

Something's gotta give We think this is a good attitude to 11:13 U-M .; 1144 11:13 Gospel Capsule Train News Number* Weather One functions; ,its failures; its future visit with him during his illness.J. MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES

take in the battle of the thugs versus the Two Spot. On.Saturday (Melvin Grace) and "The Secret of Happiness for .

night for old times sake we meandered out to visit one of the Satur- 11:0312 114e 1143:00 Gospel Capsule Train News Number*: Weather One its members." D. Harris of 1852 West 27th 1817 Avenue Phone EL 3-5306
Myrtle -
day nite affairs. We were met .at the door by a display of black- (Melvin Grace) St. Paul's League Forum com- Street is ill in his home and wel
1240 12:15 Local News (JoyceJoyner
jacks on heads and verbal abuse. ) mittee has made a thorough comes visitors.
On Monday night we ventured out to look over Chopek Campbell 12:1S 1230 Man Hudson on)Street (Shaw & search during the past month to 0. K. SUNDRIES1st

and his crew. Again we saw violence and its aftermath. This 12:30 12-43 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) find individuals fully qualified to Mrs. Nellie Mae Sawyer of 926
IZU 140 A Woman's World (Joyce
time it was the thugs versus the bouncers again. As far as we are Joyner) present an intelligent discussionon Hogan St., is ill in her home. 1 & Florida Avenue Phone EL 4-6377

concerned if the parties involved eliminate each other it may be 153210 I:M 1:03 Gospel Capsule Train News Number* Weather the.Social Unit Chairman Bos- Friends may call and see her.

good riddance, but we would hate to see an innocent bystander 2502:13 Capsule Two (Melvin News Grace*: Weather) ton"bf the Forum Committee an- We Carry a Complete Line of

killed or wounded. From the way the parties act they give less 243 340 Gospel Train Number nounced that the panel will be Patent Medicines Cosmetics
than a hoot who is in the line of fire. We do think that the proprietors 3:" 3:03 Capsule Two (Melvin News Grace* Weather) conducted by those familiar with CRUSADERS CALL -

of the Two Spot could tell their bouncers that a kind word anda 343-440 Jnmptn(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) the theme. IMPORTANT MEET Stationery and School Supplies

little. diplomacy would go much further in many cases. m 440-443 Capsule News A Weather Featured on the panel will be
and Thelma Telfair are still 443 540. Jump with Johnny FOR ALL MASONS
.
ABOUT TOWN: Cap Pinkney (Johnny Shaw) Arthur C. Madry, principal of
doing the town. :Lois Randolph is still with us and serves notice 551513 Capsule News A: Weather James Weldon Johnson Junior Costume Jewelry
with
543- f 40 Jnmptn JohnnyJohnny
she will leave soon For those of you who don't know, stop by ( Shaw) High School; Mrs. Abiah Shehee, The Masonic Crusaders an- Rubber Goods '

Johnny Howard's Richmond Hotel Dining Room. You can dine by f 1It 43 -- C:30 IlJ The Capsule Kid News(Bob)> Hudson ft Weather) a member of the Duval County nounced their regular meetingwill

candlelight withal of the trimmings. The place Is on the ball and C40 Sign SATURDAY On School System; Mrs. Annie K. be held Sunday, March 18, on Cameras Clocks

still features those charcoal: broiled steaks. cao C-03 Capsule News & Weather Stephens'Dean of Women at Ed- the fourth floor of the Masonic Magazines Papers
': Nip "Calvert" Sams reports that John "B. B.55 Pickens cornered 1:13 740 Heaven's Grace) Read (Melvin ward Waters College and former Temple. The chairman of the Hundreds of Other

Porcher Taylor while'Taylor was in a caucus and coerced Porcher I741':eJ 040 The Capsule Kid News(Bob Hud..n ft Weather) AME Mother of the year, retired group points out the importanceof J
into taking him to dinner. Nip demands to know just what does S40 S43 Capsule News ft Weather principal of. Stephens High the meeting in! the fact that this Sundry Items
.43 ,40 The Kid Bob Hudson)
Pickens have on the Editor to coerce him. ,:" >43 Capsule News ft Weather School, Quincy Fla.
On Monday nite the press had the pleasure to attend a mos.t 943-1040.Jumpin with Johnny Three, young high school students -
(Johnny Shaw)
auspicious occasion. We attended a banquet held in the Gymnasiumo 10-00 1043 Capsule News ft Weather will serve with the paneL
{ Edward Waters College. The occasion was the presentation of 1043 1140 Gospel(Melvin Train.Grace Number) One These young people have been Apts. For Rent WHY GO UPTOWN ?

the George L. Brown Trophy which is awarded annually to the most 1140 11:03 Capsule News ft: Weather chosen by ,their individual instructors -
11:03 1240 Gospel Train Number One Our Prices Can't Be Beat
valuable athlete at the AME school by Constable George H. Brown. (Melvin Grace) because of their unusual Apartment for rent 1309 West r

This year's winner was James Sampson of Jacksonville.Beginning 1240 12:15 Local News) (JoyceJoyner ability, interests andskill, in pub- Beaver "St. Children welcome.

Monday morning Jaxons win get a new treat. They 12:15 1230 Man Hudson OsT) Street (Shaw A: lic speaking. The students are Contact owner day or night at Make Us Prove It

will be awakened in the morning by the soothing voice of Melvin 1230 12-45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) Ronald Alford of Stanton High the above address.

"The Deacon Grace playing the Songs of Zion. Later in the day 12:45-140 A Woman's) World (JoyceJoyner and a member of St. Paul; FredD. -

the ,discordant phraseology of Bob Hudson will pull all of the late ]143-240:o/ I:1J Gospel Capsule Train.News Number ft Weather Richardson, Jr. of Stanton

sleepers out of bed and start them on their way. Next on the program Two (Melvin Grace) High and a member of Grant Memorial Rooms For Rent

will be the shouts "Jumping Johnny Shaw" who will make 213.35 240 243. Jnmpin capsule with News Johnny ft Weather and Billy Smith of Mat-

surf you know Ihe day is underway,. On Sunday afternoon the 3-00-3-03 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)ft Weather thew W. Gilbert High School anda Furnished room for rent. 1012 5 Minutes

one and only Seth Darby Will wax on the wax with an afternoon JlJ:11 Jumpin with Johnny member of Mt. Olive AME Pearl"St. Call EL 4.7510 and ask

of old fashioned spirituals. In addition, to sort of serve u frosting C:" 443 Capsule(,Johnny News Shaw)ft: Weather Church. for Mrs. Bryant after S o'clock.

to this four layer cake Joyce Joyner will come on and chat and 4:13.350 Jumpin with Shaw Johnny) This program has grown in Prefer nice single man.
(Johnny
spin as only Joyce can. Curious? Well all of this will take place on 5:00 543 Capsule News ft Weather popularity since its beginning and .

StationWOBS-13 0 on your diaL Beginning Monday 'this station 543 (40_ Jnmpin(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) each month much improvement Room available for a single, de- May Mean

will be devoted exclusively ,to Negro programming. The abovementioned .(:34 40 (30 The sign Kid OffSUNDAY(Bob Hudson can be noted. It is held every pendable man at 1307 Davis St.

deejays are some of. the top wax men in the land and third Sunday 'at 5 p. m. Call Mrs. Marie Green EL

know their blx. Oh' yes Bob -Hudson is in the spot formerly occupied 040 I:M 740 Heaven's Sign On Road (Melvin To each of the meetings the 66735.

by "Daddy: RabbittN ". 740-730: Heaven's Grace) Road public is invited to attend.

On the 23rd .of March a local political group will sponsor an 7:30 S 40 Latimore Gospel Sinters

affar which will feature a recorded speech by Congressman Charles S40.30 -- 8:30 940 Oral Heaven's Roberts Road Help Wanted $5,000
Diggs the fiery young representative from Michigan. The affair 940 1040 Bishop Johnson Crockett To Lead
1040 1030 Heavenly Fire Gospel
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will be held in the New Stanton High Library. Oh yes the affairIs sinters Rites This
13e11:00 Road SundaySunday MAID 5Vj week. Starting
Honored : Heaven's days a -
a banquet and is a sort of five dallar a plate dinner. 140 1240 Heaven's Road
will be members of the cloth from Jacksonville and vicinity. 1251.151 Heaven's Road salary $25 a week and car
guests 1M 2tO Heaven's Road School will begin at 10a. fare. Hours 9:30 to 7 p. m. Ph.
Saw Gladys.behind.the bar at the Tropicanna. Twas a pleasure 240 230 Heaven's Road (S. Darby) In Profits
devil and 230-330 Shiloh Baptist Church m. on Sunday, March 18, in the EX 86864.
bout with the
Fisher is kicking again after a
Morris 330 440 Heaven's Road Church Second
Harmony Baptist ,
hit Robert has been felled. Hope both fellows get 440 540 Heaven's Road .
now pal Brymer Frazier 540 040 Heaven's Road and Tyler Streets the Rev. G. W. MAID 6Vi days a week. 1243
out and about,. Tuesday afternoon the old ones. Albert C40 C30 Heaven's Road
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and John Washington got together and sort of spun yarns for the C30 SUn Off Crockett pastor and Mrs R. E. Boulevard. Work split shift. 6 That's sit! the time .it will take for .s te toil you about. ear MW
Lining, superintendent presid to 10:30. to 7 p. m. Phone EL lease Pies that
younger fellows to hear. With the advent of Dodger season the bop Former Solicitor a plan CON start you raising Chinchillas sot

have plenty to talk about. The affair was the official opening oi ing.At 38005. axt week sot tomorrow bat today! So why net call
11 a. m. devotions will be led new at ao cost or obligation. Let us show you hew people just
the "hot ahir league". (Continued from Page 1)) by t Rufus Williams followed by a TWO SANDWICH COOKS-Must like yen are earning thousands of dollars this
"Peanut" Purl is reported to be a little poorer, since easy way.
Harry Peanut ordds and counts alleging he accepted sermon by the pastor. 6:30: p. m. hare Bar-B-Q experience. Apply -
title.
gave
the welterweight
Johnny Saxto nwon bribes. Baptist training union will begin. in person at the Pig. 1478
"Chris Chris-
did he.take a whipping.. On the same fight Calvin The informations filed claim he
Mrs A. Farmer is president 7:30: Kings Road after 4 p. m. Phone EXbrook 82442OPEN
topher bet wrong at the Enquire. musical set accepted payments ranging from p. m. prayer meeting led by Rev.
Frank LeGree and others of the young progressive week between J an.
$60 to $350 a
Pridgen. 8 p. .m. sermon by the COOK General housework.
15 and Aug. 15, 1955. It is alleged pastor. Lire on premises. $30 weekly
I
that Williams accepted bribery : Tuesday night at 8 p. m. prayer and monthly bonuses. 4703 Ortega DAILY TIL 8 P.M..

f"M Re?. Madam L Jeriaa payments from four Negro men- meeting. The public is invited j Blvd. Phone EV 91798.
Gus Terrance, Eugene Lang Wil-
KNOWN TO MILLIONS AS lie James Tillman and George Including Sat. & Sun.

," GOD'S MIRACLE WOMAN Thomas-and from L. Minton a 1\ Jl\} \" I'
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She,, Is One Who Believes All Things white man. '*>-i" /ni" : FOR BOOKLET
; Sidney Calls attorney for Wil-: '

*" Are Possible Faith and Through Prayer God, but Hams Criminal demanded Court immediate Judge E.trial G. f' ': : :i i t OR MAIL COUPON .


S'e Says According To Your Faith full.Newell noted that the docket was "' : ,, : :.

Give You Power ., '
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ROYAL CHINCHILLA RANCH
INC.
If Ye. Are Sick. Co....... Cresset H rUn Domestic Problems, BAPTIST MINISTERSTO .,,'. j 'Y\ \l .0UO. Ih. ,
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Financial. ) Problem er T...... ef Any Kind -,," .
n '.1- 1807 Hendricks Ave. Jacksonville Fla.
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At Once MEET MONDAYThe ; : ',JI Gifted Woman 'II"
Consult This > '
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WANT IN LIFE .
AND HAVE WHAT YOU Baptist Ministers Brotherhood ; ''' ,'Ut'':;;' IPOl': :'' Please. Mad. BBC information oa your Lease Flan. I ant interested

She Started Her Work I* Sooth Carolina. of Duval and adjacent counties '' .. in rabinj Chinchillas for profit in my. spare time: -
I. Her Early Childhood. will meet Monday, March 19, _. .-m, t't: :
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IT MATTERS NOT RACE, COLOR OR CRIED : : :
FOR THe SUN SHINES ON THE POOR AS WELL AS THE RICH at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist ;" Name .....,... ..........................._.............._....._...._...._-.. .-..._..._

Special Prayer and Healmg Meetings Church. ; :

Rev. W. E. Young will give the r ll'I t jJ :I\I \ Address ..-.--.--......... -......:...........-.............-......-.... .4_ .........
EVERY MONDAY; AND FRIDAY NIGHT order of the day. The Sunday 'I :

NO MAIL.ANSWERED COME IN PERSON School lesson will be previewedby .I\1n ; ..11 ..... .. t, SI..j. '..j..n f L '? Cry.Pheae......... ........... ....................... .. ._.. Zone....._..:... State., .:,.,........... .... ..
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IE?. MADAM L JORDAN Rev. H. H. Robinson is the president f"inlH'r.J; t.,>,. I ,- ..,...._ _...._ .....

and Rev. G, W. Miller is the .. ;" oj ,
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