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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:
April 7, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00267

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Material Information

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:
April 7, 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:
UF00028362:00267

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Preceded by:
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News Better Service MIAMI Governorship Candidate Peaslee Streets,,in an about ..

i face Thursday ;said integration is "the law of the.1 nd.:"

He ,urged Floridians to stop n,. 1

talking resistance and make ..
# Under an arrangement mad between Station WOBS and the -- -- --- -
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publisher 'of the "Florida Star** Jacksonville churches clubs and "every reasonable" effort to workout Ylug Eyi Doctor SPREADING'EASTER CHEER Members of the Gamma Rho Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa

sponsors of social events win derive the benefit of both radio'and a solution to the.problem that Alpha Sorority who feted young patients in the children's ward of Brewster with an Easter party are

newspaper publicity for their projects-and various even!:. has been created. Food Giiliy shown here as they dispelled Easter joy. From left are: Miss Gwendolyn Johnson Mrs. W. M. Green. I

The pact between Robert "I endorse the views of Sena- Miss. Angeline Gray. Miss Audrey White. Mrs. Amy S. Currie. Mrs. Johnnie Cowart and Mrs. Alma

Rounsaville owner of five inde- tor Kefauver on the need to approach Case C, Daniels..

p. dent.stationsd Eric:. O. I .. the problem of public 11 Jewilry _.
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Sbnpson,. publisher of-theK .- Khori-;integration iwithouthar h. -- j. .
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4' Men: Slash
calls"lor the Tanhovincenient: '' of :" ': ":" emotion andwithsanity" and An au-.whitejury; 'of.fiv .men TWI Solicitor Not Ready" ;

local events over the Negro staff Diriig Figk! I reason and persuasion, Streets and a woman heard the trial of

ed station well said. Dr. William R. wel1-knof.rn
as as publicationof Toriey,
Each Other In
the notices in the weekly Negro "It is the law of the land and optometrist of the city, chargedin
To Prosecute TeacherBY
Archer Lillian Williams, .
'newspaper.The we should make every reasonable the Provisional Criminal Court

r a d i o-newspaper tie-up Vernon Legett and Cherry Robinson effort to work out with good will with receiving and concealing Eionse

Negroes are held for investigation the implementation that will enable Fight
calls for notices to be announcedover stolen goods allegedly from Fer-

the local station by Miss of murder in the pistol Florida to come to terms I relTs Jewelry Company and returned STAFF CORRESPONDENT .

Joyce Joyner who is heard daily slaying of Cleve White Negro with the difficult problem." a verdict of guilty. Suffering stab wounds inflicted The trial of a Jacksonville science teacher for the alleged shooting -

man, during a scuffle at his resi- of Terris McDuffie has been postponed until the first week in
from 12 noon to 1 p. m. and also "Can't Defy Constitution" Judge A. Lloyd Layton, who with a pocket knife Sunday at his
dence mile south of here -
one early
serves as Social Editor for the heard the case will pronounce address 1044 West Church Street May.
who said he favored
"Florida Star." Monday. Streets sentence on Tuesday April 10. 'ts Johnnie Grant. 36. He was engaged An assistant from the office of
filed his
when he
It was pointed out that orgu -1 Both women told Sheriff Crevasse -I segregation for said that Toney went on trial last Wed- in a knife fight with Joe County Solicitor Martin's office Two Jax Women:
I candidacy governor
xations or persons who desire to! that Legett shot White in nesday and was represented by Slaughter, 33, of the same address requested the delay because the
would the
have notices announced over the the back bf the.head when Legett he still prefer segre- Ernest D. Jackson, local attorney. who was also cut in the solicitor's office has not yet prepared -

air and published in the, local Intervened in the scuffle to stop gated school system that he has Jackson indicated: that he will melee and suffered stab woundsof its case against Richard Cut Each Oilier
of
paper should send the informationto White from beating his common- known as a resident Florida file a motion for a new trial. the chest and lacerations of the McKinney, teacher at Matthew. W.
but that after studying the question i
the "Florida Star," 423 Broad law wife Lillian Williams. The lengthy trial ran most of scalp. Gilbert High SchooL
Two Jacksonville stabbed
and the
"remembering things women
Street Jacksonville. Legett told officers he tried to Wednesday and Thursday and Both men were treated in Duval McKinney is charged with
1 was taught as a child I cannot each other during an argument -
THRICE WEEKLY NEWSROUNDUP hit White with the pistol and .it. ended Friday after the jury had Medical Center and it was reported shooting McDuffie last August 31
defy the Constitution of the United and pocket knife fight at
went_off. been charged. Presented as witnesses both of them had been drinking I when the one-time ball player escorted
States. 1162 West Monroe Street and
Another phase of the radio- were Dr. Toneyr the arrest when the argument and fight Mrs., Salome McKinney to
both treated for wounds
were bypriate
newspaper deal to give Jackson The four candidates recognizedas i I ing police detectives and several I started between them. It was reported the home of the estranged coupleat
doctors Sunday police
ville better service and wider ISCkiUreiDeiierl major contenders for the others Binder the questioning and: that Slaughter had an ice 1105 West 12th St. state. reports -

news coverage is the presentation Democratic governorship nomi- cross-examination of lawyers for pick and Grant the knife. Grantis McDuffie who resides at 629 W. I
Leola Calhoun, 20, of the Mon

ota three.times.a'week round-up nation-Gov. LeRoy Collins for- the state and defense.It reported to be in no danger but 4th SL, suffered gunshot woundsin I _
Street address suffered stab
of national regional and local Chuce mer Gov. Fuller Warren, Rep was brought out at the hear- Slaughter is in a serious condition. --the leg and groin and was roe a
& wound on the left arm,
news. Farris Bryant and Sumti Lowryall ing.Thursday from Dr. Toney that DeL Sgts. J. H. Miller O. A. treated at Duval Medical Center. upper
which was inflicted by Ruth Edwards :
The program is heard at 12 have called for preservation: he had previously admitted the Johnson and Patrolmen G. L. Following his arrest McKinneywas
22 of 739 Court H of
noon, each Monday Wednesdayand To Go To School of segregation. goods said to have been found in Bradley and M. Newsome investi- bound over on criminal Blodgett Homes and after she

Friday and is broadcast directly his home here had been stolen, gated. charges in a preliminary hearing was cut she used a knife on the
of the whe- before Justice of the Peace Sarah
from the newsroom but when questioned as to
nose of the Edwards woman and
-Florida Star" with Eric O. Simpson HJLLSBORO, Ohio Sixteen Duval ChildrenTo ther admission was made at the Bryan. in the corner of the left eye, police -

serving as newscaster. Negro children accompanied by time of his arrest on October 2, 3 Universities report.

four Negro women spent three 1955 Dr. Toney only stated he Police learnled that the -Edwards .

hours trying to win admittance to Hear Recital "may" have said he knew the LISTEN TO
Have Different woman went to the homeof
Die the white Webster elementary and other .
PapuBts jewelry, luggage material The News the Calhoun woman, argued
school on Monday but fane : from the store had been RoundUpMon.
with her and then fought and
Fir FIor aIeRyirut'rui The children hoped'to.. be admitted By Jax SymphonyOn stolen. Admit Standards Wed. Fri. stabbed her about her husband

under terms of a Monday I An unusual aspect of the trial is 12 NoonSTATION Jerome Edwards.

Supreme Court decision calling that the Ferrell firm never did ., R.B.
Sgts. Whittington and
GAINESVILLE It disclosed Det
April 10, 1956. at 10:00 a. m, was -
i for an immediate end to segregation identify the alleged stolen goods WOBS
G. T. Jones investigated.
in the Duval County Armory Auditorium this 'eerthat the board ofcontrol's
the firm lost.
here.
as property
the Jacksonville Symphony new policy on admis-
An 'official of the Fleradale Principal Harold Henry told the Orchestra under the direction The case came as the result of sions will probably result in three
wholesale arrest of Dr. Toney Stale Court Gets Whack NAACP
Improvement League issued an group that they could not enroll of Mr. James Christian Pfohl, a different admission standards for
residentsof Monday. He said the school board Dr. Nelson W. V. Spaulding Dr. .
announcement urging will play its second Annual Youth state universities.As

the Floradale area to make had not changed a policy it Concert for the pupils of grades Hunter. Henderson H. Satterwhite.but the latter Dr. JamesR. three a result a high school senior In Fight To Continue Operating

:their payments for the pure adopted whenit rearranged the 4. 5 and 6 of the elementary who makes a relatively low score
released of charges of receiving _
chase of fire hydrants which community's school attendancezones. schools of Duval County. were in the statewide high school test-

..was voted upon in & recent Officials said any further The purpose of the concert is to and arrested concealing stolegoods. John ing program now under way may NEW ORLEANS' Federal Court Judge J. Skelly Wright sent
Others were
change would overcrowd the the National Association for the Advancement of Colored
meeting.The aid children in developing a cultural .who earlier testified of be eligible to attend Florida State People to
drive to collect the fundsis Webster schooL background through music. HardwicK.connection with' the 'case I University but not the University the State Supreme Court Wednesday in its fight to continue operating
his ;
entering its fifth week and The group's presence did not interfere To achieve this objective the Chinese restauraat- ,i of Florida or vice versa. in Louisiana.The .

each family has been requestedto with the operation of the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestrahas Quan Wing a At Florida A. and M. the assist- U.S.District Judge reprimanded old law originally aimed at'the
and John
pay a total of twelve dollars school and no attempt was madeto carefully planned the eur who was released ant registrar said the board's new Louisiana for obtaining a Ku Klux Klan.
program
McGee"a in the Fer-
to secure fire hydrants for the remove them. so that the children may Henry porter policy would apply to the Negro state court injunction against the Under the law most organizations -
of home in the area.Tli rell Store who pleaded guilty NAACP. But said must file lists
protection Officials indicated they would have an opportunity to express from the school but said the percentilerank Judge Wright membership

e deadline for payments Is ask the Supreme Court to recon-: themselves in a variety of ways. Monday of taking goods had not yet been determined. he was powerless at the momentto with the state. The state contendsthe 7

May 26. sider its decision. A spokesmansaid The pupils will have an opportunity store in open daylight.confession was She said it appears there will be remove it NAACP has not done this;
his
It hu been pointed out that the board would have 25 daysin to become familiar with McGee on his plea three different admission stand- He ordered the state however, The organization has refusedfor
of fire hydrants not sentenced Monday on to all further action againstthe two reasons. First, it said
the procurement which to file a motion for reconsideration the instruments of a symphony to be, sentenced I ards.The I stop
and is awaiting
in the area will reduce and that once this orchestra and there will be a A. .I situation has come about I. NAACP. other organizations are not required -

present insurance' rates which was disposed of the current question-and-answer period. and fined by Judge Lloyd Criminal Layton because of differences between Judge Wright's ruling came on to file. It added that publication

hom WD.n now pay. The school term would be ended. Parents are urged to provide of the Provisional the two white state schools anda an NAACP motion. The organization I' of membership lists violates

result is that own.n-wm savea An elementary school under their children with thirty cents Court. compromise policy agreed to by wanted an injunction'issued' constitutional rights.

considerable amount over a construction, the board said for admission to the concert and the board of control March 21. against Louisiana's prosecution of Because of the last reason, the

period of years and at the same would be completed by the time transportation to and from the BE SURE TO READ In a policy statement the board the NAACP. NAACP said the case should be

time have ,protection In the classes'resumed next September Duval County Armory.Admission "CHIPS OFF THE BLOCKS"ON then gave the three schools juris- The state is trying to oust the handled by a federal not a-state,

of fires. 8)) NAACP from Louisiana under an court.Don't .
vent ending all segregation. for adults is fifty cents. PAGE I (Continued on Page

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I Vf/Hi L FLORIDA! :S a TA R'l POLITICS AS USUALBY

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., P.60a1.d fcy Tfca FlatU. Star Fvblishfet c. R 1' t J' :1'i ERIC O. SIMPSON

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MaIllet Alajt: Many' years ago we had frequent contact with an old. while-
"""P. '0. Sos 561 Jaaaaaviifa 1, FbfUa haired Negro of the ante-bellum type. He said his parents had been
423 .taaa'Sffeat JackJtaTilla, FleifJa PHONE ELGIN 4-3773 slaves and I suppose that his early years baring been so close to the
I slave era gave him some understanding of the old white South.
ERIC .0.:SIM'seN ... .h..... -,_ .__._..__,- Mwlb>, Editor I' In his reminiscences he often
L.rey '"Spike" W.Ala.... "..._.... z.. ...-.-- Newt Edna.G4rPwk V .. related stories that mirrored the
Jab ....... ..... vJIi, :.i The maid used the same toilet fa-
a **** _._..-.___ Noire St.H t rf white folks' cruelty on one hand cilities in the five or six room
.- ro' and sometimes tenderness on the
Member of Associated Negro Press .:+:' ;''r: dwelling and no doubt sat at the
ti' r other. I am reminded
same dining table
: { 1 withher employer
I.. THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: \' V.: i' i- on occasions and partook of lunch that

f !*:I. NegrO Firemen.. + tY afterhe the white ho.use\\ife'preplred. All
t /2. More Nagr Police Officer had told day long they exchanged pleas
*. \"3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. ; 1 some story antries and chatted about some of
with
J.- 4. More' and Better School and Speeding Up of the. dealing white folks their most intimate affairs.

*, Building Program. : which was difficult They were just two women, the
", t It STltUt : <:'4 to under- only difference being' that one is
Of 'I stand, I would the employer and theother the
Somebody Goofed! puzzledly i employee.But .
f t lh .... n-
quire: "Now when the day is ended the

.VV'V Simpson why did they white woman's attitude changes
1j.i. do< that! She and-her: maid are no longer
Since: this matter pertains to college life we feel free to Invariably the old Solomon "sisters under the skin." She
borrow a phrase out of the book of collegiate jargon. ,( would shake his head with a sort makes hers maid climb into the
We wish to proclaim loudly: Somebody goofed! ; of sympathetic understanding and back seat and ride in back of her
The State Board of Control has brought to light the lie reply, "Beats me son you jes' to show to the world that she (the
of the;;century.. can' figure white folks out housewife) is the superior beIng.
they jes' like that .. Yo' don'
The above proclamation is being made in regard to the know It makes us chuckle, too. at the
action.of the State Board of Control in adopting a rule calling what de goin do nex ,.f I bigot who insists that he will not
for new requirements for entry into state-supported univer- -r \ t t .. Until this day whenever we observe sit in the same seat with a Negroon
sities. some of the strange behavior a bus or train. But this white
Atly. Gen.Richard Ervin in the brief he filed with the Sj I :iaa patterns of our white folk supremist is the same fellow who
U.-S. Supreme"Court urging the necessity for "gradualism" in in the South we hear old Sol's will tell you how good colored
enforcing its decision prohibiting segregation in public schools =t* f sagely observation ringing in our folks cooking is.
stressed the wide difference between Negro and white students M years: you jes can' figure
in scholastic achievement. "BUT THE GHETTOS STILL STAND/ IN DEFIANCE OF DEMOCRACY"Your white folks out As we think of it -we are inclined
to believe that despite the
He said surreys had shown that only 5 per cent of the' Take this matter of desegregation puzzling paradoxes of the white
Negro high, school seniors taking the state-wide 12th grade from there on you must not let Purely as a matter of folks back then Old Solomon
way
test program achieved grades above the mid-point of the this lead you to the point that you tradition the white man believes
understood
them and in
a
white general ability leveL Weekly become careless and arouse the thai Negroes must be separatedfrom way
sympathized with them for their
Not more than 10 per cent of the Negroes would have opposition or antaginisms of the whites but he and he only and
ranked with the upper 60 per cent of the white students.In GuideWhich very persons who can make or decides how the separation should unpredictable.tions. unseeming ac
the event that integration is required in the state uni- Horoscope break you. operate and when the law of sepa-
versities, then the same academic admission requirements will 312442071012SCORPIO ration may be waived. In this day when question of
/ be established for all the institutions, subject to the approvalof Are Your Lucky Days For He follows the theories of race desegregation is occupying the

the State Board of Education. ___ Business Love Travel prejudice in the strictest sense at minds of people throughout the
Negro high school graduates,now are admitted to A&Mon Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 one moment and the next few South, the Negro people will have
the basis of their high school diplomas only. Applicants to Hy PABLO, The<< ASTROLOGERARIES April 16th to 22nd: minutes he throws it out the win- to try to understand "our white
the white universities, however, are required to be among Excellent openings to serve dow to the extent that his standon folks. They have lived with a
the top 60 per cent in the statewide 12th grade testing program your professional, financial and the racial issue has become belief for a century. They believe
examinations in general ability, English, social studies, favor of second thoughts that future interests are ,still in evidence somewhat of a joke. that they must be separated from
natural science, and mathematics. Born March 21 thru April.19 could only destroy all the gains so take the steps that may We can think of nothing more Negroes except when they want
The board recently raised the requirements from 75 to 60 April 16th to 22nd previously made. Put your financial be indicated. Consider well be- inimical to the normal pattern of to waive the rule. The passage of
percent to help] cope with enrollments that are increasing Take advantage of the influences interests first, and personal fore you take anyone's advice human behavior than to see the laws will not change their benefits .
faster than facilities. i. in force to bring an end to desires last so as not to jeopardizeyour which runs contrary to the con- white housewife sitting all alonein overnight.. It takes a little
Grades received in the 12th grade testing program arejnot the conditions that may have earning power and the position structive steps you already have the front of her car driving her time. They talk of keeping the
considered in accepting Negro students at A&M. made the situation at home an which makes it possible. taken for the success of your enterprises colored maid home while the races pure but they are the great-
Fred Kent of.Jacksonville, chairman of the board of con- unsettled one. You may dependon Gain the ,goo dwill of people or.efforts to secure a maid sits in the back seat of the est violators of the ideology of
trol, declined comment on the effect of the rule which would the intervention of an old whose money makes it possiblefor higher place in your business or two-door five passenger car. All non-mixing. There are those who
require'A&M to adopt the same admission requirements that friend as well as on your better you to fill your pocketbook professional world. Join your day long this colored maid has scream that school desegregationwill
ate in effect at University of Florida and Florida State Uni- sentiments-to settle controversiesto and cut down on the expendituresthat friends or fellow club members in been nursing the housewife's lead to interracial marriages,
versity, the satisfaction of all concern- are not absolutely essentiaL social doings, but make sure you precious baby child, holding him but the record of interracial mar-
But he conceded it would be "substantially 'correct" to ed. The 20th is a good day to call Don't let neighbors interfere with do not suffer a loss or get over- in her arms and cuddling him. riages in desegregated institutionstells
on the affectionate of domestic. and all tired. us there Is' no need for fear
say that on the basis of present scholastic attainments of the I responses your life enjoy I
races, few Negroes .qualify for admission to A&M if those close, to you, and to change i that family pursuits offer. 1 90- 8-17-69-342 I on that score. However In view
admission requirements were" the same as at the white your attitude sfor the better. 8-70-55-1J-76-091 pursuance of your workaday business of the population of mix-breed
universities. 2100661483412TAURUS SAGITTARIUSBorn procedures and tasks are the mullatoes the white man has pro-

The general result would be that under an integrated university LEO NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 ones that you should heed now. duced out of,wedlock, his fears of
Those that lead to emotional involvements
system A&M,probably would lose its identity as a .Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 April 16th to 22nd interracial marriages would indi-
Negro university'and become a white university with a small Born April 20 thru May 20 April 16th to 22nd Take full advantage of your and 'gambles shouldbe cate that he prefers mixbreedsborn
percentage of Negro students.If April 16th to 22nd Keep clear o findividuals who sharpened mental facilities to set suppressed, especiallywhen out of wedlock to legitimateborn
what they are saying now is true about the wide dif- You will go further in your would try to undermine your the groundwork for solid econ- they impair your efficiency attack mullatoes.
ference between Negro and white students in scholastic quest for ultimate financial inde- faith in yourself and in your future omic ties which will make life's your well-being, and consequently Old Solomon's words still keep
achiavemni then somebody told a whopping lie. penednce if you listen,,to your intuitive prospects this week. The burdens considerably lighter as put a serious dent in your
available cash savings, and part; ringing in my ears "You just
All along they have been telling us that the separate but promptings and the counsels 23rd is the day to apply the great. time goes by. The possibility to. "
I white folks out.
nership resources. can figure
equal plan does not deny the'Negro of any of the benefits of of persons who are experts. est caution against troublemakers, apply your knowledge and experi-
the white schools. They told us that the Negro schools were official and economic matters. the schemes of impractical or dishonest ence should be accepted gladly
'on-a par with the white ones that.everything the white Wiegh all the issues carefully before persons, or attempts to be- when this points to improved fu- .
students got in the white schools. the Negro students got in you jump to conclusions, fuddle your mind so that you will ture prospects. You can plan con-
the Negro schools change your job, or resort to a take the, wrong action. Your per- structively with the help of a PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
To prove what they were telling us then was true they feeling of futility in the face of sonal interests come under better congenial counselor and friend or
said, "Look, we'll give you a Negro college and any student confusing or unexpected road- influences on the 19th giving youa make arrangements for extensive
who.graduates from it with a degree in education could teach blocks to your progress. Once good opening ao make the right trips (19th). This sign brings
in a (note: watch this) NEGRO' school in the same manner you gain the understanding and decisions and moves. brings agreeable social visit and
that a white youth who graduates from a white university back/ing of your loved ones, you 7-50-33-16-68-121 highlights.
could teach in white schools (or in. any other school, for that should find your troubles on the 188-40-16-93-221
i wane (20th). VIRGO -
matter.) .
We'd like to know what kind of double talk is this. First 11-60-7-12-81-S66 Born Aug. 24 thru Sept.,23 CAPRICORNBorn
they tell us that the Negro schools are equal, then come up Aphil 16th to 22nd Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
with .a yarn, that there is a difference between Negro and GEMINI The best days by far this weekto April 16th to 22nd
white students in scholastic achievement.PLEASE Born May 21 thru June 21 bring your hopse to fruition are There is much you can do from
PLEASE members of the Board of Control, April 16th to 22nd the 16th-17th, especially if you now on to step up your earnings,
when you read this don't come back with the' explanationthat Although there are some excel- enlist the support of your friends, and to establish a firmer base for r _
the Negro schools are and have been equal but that our lent indications of profit from co-workers, and members of the eventual economic freedom and
Negro students' ability to absorb what is being taught them is your commercial or other gainful family when this seems essential. security. But your main ally in
lower than the white students. endeavors, you are still subject to Be reluctant to discuss your financial achieving this worthy objective is
There can be no doubt that all these years the white economic pressures caused by un- affairs, as there may be likely to be your marital or com
fathers were aware that Negro institutions they set up for us wise speculations, investments, attempts to profit at your expense mercial associate so don't labor
were not up to par with the while! units. bu now that the loans or emotional entanglements.I I{:through trickery or other unusualor under the belief that you can do
chips are down they break down and admit that the whole Take all the precautions deemed I l improper methods. A little this best alone. Your test in this
separate but equal theory has been the lie of the century. necessary against the dangers private investigation on your part connection may come when tensions
YES. SOMEBODY GOOFED. heretofore outlined. Reason as [should enable you to assess your and controversies may be
well as more auspicious circum*. i position and prospects with much started at the drop of a hat Don't
stances come to you raid, and en- I greater clarity., allow your inner fears or unjustified -
Wkal We Caa Do la This :Silualioi able you to-make wiser decisions. 5-77.-80-13-93-S42 worries to color your perspective -
Make the 22nd a day of fun recreation regardrding your future pros
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and gaiety. LIBRA pects.
LOCAL ATTITUDES IMPORTANTLocal 3-1Y3-18-69-525 Born SepL 24 thru Oct. 23 3-60-77-12- 8S91AQUARIUS kV V
: attitudes are vitally important in the shaping of the April 16th to 22nd I
school system. People feel strongly about 'public education CANCER The whole of this period present .
because it affects the family more closely than any -other Born June 22 thru Juyl 22 the best openings for voca- Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
public institution.Out of long experience superintendents and April 16th to 22nd tional or business advances which April 16th to 22nd 1400 WRHC 1400
boards of education have learned to keep a sensitive finger on The impulses that guide you are will not only add to your reserves, Should you have any questions
th pulse of the community. In matters involving the delicate by far the most constructive ones, but also to your prestige and list relating to your job or physical
question of race they need the cooperation and support of and should not be abandoned in of superior achievements. But, (condition this is the time to havea KEN KNIGHT
right-thinking citizens. heart-to-heart talk with an old

Intergroup relations in the schools cannot be separatedfrom GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 and trusted friend. Failure to do Presenting

intergroup relations in the community as a whole. The UM this co.,... Loam MOM abort ,..nelf. Sand 10 ants (... aiwehi this is likely to render you more.
places where classroom integration has worked best are thosein caia) far each fconticopa emend ay miL Include self ........cr. open to the deceptive influences.On KNIGHT TRAIN
which there have been effective efforts to eliminate pre- stamped aavebpa. Write lalaly.. This after don ot,apply,to .sJdeah this, and on the following day,
judice and discrimination. This is a goal that all of us can of the domlaiaa' of Canada.I a tactful manner may be neces- 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly

further through the organizations to which we ,belong. sary to prevent friction between
WHAT GROUPS CAN DO I r PAMLQ.; FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER ,I you and your key associates. Let SWEET'' CHARIOT
Organizations of many different kinds can play part in f. O. BOX 561IACKSONYILLE I your spirits rise, and indulge in
advancing sound human relations in the schools. hurch I I I, FLA Ii IiI the higher-mind pursuits you nat 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday,
groups have a special opportunity to foster understanding and Os. urally prefer (22nd).
Parent-teacher can be 7-50-22-19-75-444
differences. groups
acceptance of group I IAJJ.uI Features .
which of all ethnic and I II .
agencies of wise planning in persons
racial backgrounds can pool their efforts. Civic organizationscan PISCES BLUES IN THE, KNIGHT
strengthen the. hand of forward-looking public officials I Off Slot I II Born F.b.19 thru March 20
Trade union April 18th to 22nd 10:30 12
and can create a favorable climate of opinion. .o.'V Monday Thru Saturday
members as parents; and citizens, can also play constructiverole I tit .4"" .-.Moot .J I The feelings that urge you to ---' ._ .
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I About. People > I Good! Samaritan Club' Plans Activities I:Sororily Chapters Cancel Daice


To Support Civil Rights DriveNEW

Mrs. Camilla Harper of 310 her daughter. Agatha Jenkins at ,

Claude Street is ill on her home 273 Witchen Street. 'tJ.

and friends may call on her. She YORK Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary, expressed -

is a member of Emanuel Baptist Miss Doris Prince a senior student the hope that an action taken by two sorority chapters in

Church, the Rev. S. L. Badger at the A. and M. University, this city would be widely adopted by other groups.

minister. Tallahassee, spent Easter in the r < Two Brooklyn chapters of

city as guest of Mrs. Helen Hunter. Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority concern with a formal dance in

Other members of the congre- at 3035 Davis Street. voted recently to cancel plans for this crucial year of another kind-

gation of Emanuel Church ill are their spring formal dance in orderto of emancipation: : for Negroes."
Mrs. Hilda Michael of 375 Margaret Mrs. Frances Boyd Richardson divert approximately $1,000 in

Street, at home; Miss Mella of New York City, spent the Easter -I I dance taxes to civil rights workin

Mae Major of 1171 Logan Street holidays here with relativesand the South. Women DiscussRehuilding

at home; Mrs. Amelia Atkins at friends. She was house guestof I
Mr. Wilkins was informed of
her home 2274 Calvin Street and her brother and sister-in-law,I
the move by Mrs. Marjorie E
Mrs. Willie Bell Hardwick at her the Rev. and Mrs. G. L. Boyd at II YWCA
3 Morsell of Brooklyn co-chairnnn
home on the Old St. AugustineRoad. 1340 West Ninth Street. ,0'x'
I I of the group's formal dance com-

mittee. In a letter thanking Mrs. The members of the branch
!
Mrs. Dorothy Wadley, 2017 W.
Morsell, the NAACP official told committee YWCA the Men's Advisory
Mrs. Josephine Bivins of 1422 14th Street is ill in her home. She!
her that "funds ark needed now Committee and former
Van Buren Street returned home is a member of the Abyssinia Bap-
to carry. on urgent NAACP workin members of the committee on ad-
this week from Milledgeville, Ga. tist Church. "
the South. ministration met in the library of
earlier to attend a r,
where she went o ;
A communication from Mrs. New Stanton Senior High School
the funeral rites of an aunt. Her Miss Eunice Cooker of 2205
Morsell had said her group "felt recently to discuss plans for an
friends are pleased to have her Moncrief Road Mrs. Julia Bur.I
that while Negroes were walking immediate reconstruction
back and lament the death in her well of 1S09 Venus Street. Mrs. pro-
I to work in Montgomery, Alabama gram following the fire which
family. Corene Harris of 975 Logan St.! n
while Negroes were being shot damaged the building a few days
Mrs. Dorothy Steele of 1443 West IN MEETING Members of the Good Samaritan Club which held their last meeting at the homeof
!and killed while trying to vote in
Mrs.' Wilbur L. Davis'of North 24th Street and Mrs. Jimmie L.: Miss Essie Mae Dupree at 1324 Prince St. are shown following a session of planning for its activities. and bombed ago.Mrs.
Mississippi were being .
Myrtle Avenue, is in Columbia. Lewis of 1751 W. 44th Street.: From left to right seated are: Mrs. Nannie Jenkins. Mrs. Viola Anderson. Miss Lucy Neal Miss and thrown out of work in Bernice Green presidedand

S. C. spending a period with her members of the Central CME Mary Brookins. and Miss Georginia Collins. Standing. in the same order are Miss Daisy Hills. Miss South Carolina, this was hardlythe Mrs. Alverta Cook conductedthe

daughter a student of Allen,University Church are ill in their respective Essie Mae Dupree. Miss Johnnie Matthews. Mrs. Leila Thomas. Mrs. Essie Jones and Mrs. Edith MilDer.I time to be dancing in New devotions.

there,and she is Miss Jane homes.. York. Fred Huffman executive secretary -

Davis. She also is spending time The formal resolution of of the Community Chest was

with her sister and brother-in-law Mrs. Mattie Gilliams of 3732 I Omegas Slate District MeetHerbert I ClubNotes sorority chapters stated: "We, the the present and gave helpful informa

there. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert A.' Moncrief Road and Mrs. Viola sorors of the Brooklyn Chaptersof tion.

Brown. A pleasant star i* wished Williams of 1033 W. Duval Street Serving on the steering committee -
E. Tucker, Grand Basi- The Tenth District in Milwaukee The Westside Community Club Alpha Kappa Alpha do here
for her. members of the Abyssinia ,Baptist will be Mrs. Mabel Latson
leus of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Wisconsin, April 6-8, Abra- held its last meeting in the homeof and now forego all interest in or
Church are ill in their homes. Mrs. Ann McGee; Mrs. Bernice
I
announced that the twelve ham Ulmer Jr.. is the District Mrs. Kirkland at .1485. West
It is reported that Mrs. Mabel .Green Mrs. I. E. Williams Mrs.
Districts of the Fraternity are Representative and representingthe 6th St. The president presided.The .
Morse well known in various af- Johnson Juniors Olga Bradham Mrs. Mary Coleman
ready for_District Meetings.The Supreme Council will be Her- April meeting will be held
lain of the dry. is improving Mrs. Clara Durham J. J.
Stork First District in Springfield bert E. Tucker Jr Grand Basi- Tuesday, April 10,at 8 p. m. in the Will Give RecitalThe
nicely from an illness in Brew- Nixon. James Genwright and
Massachusetts,,"April 27-29 John leus and H. Carl Moultrie, Nation- home of Mrs. Velma Anderson,
ster Hospital, and friends may Charles Brooks. These
persons
Clark is District Executive_ Secretary.The 1728 Grunthal Street, Mrs. I.
the
call. Mrs. Morse is a member of DeliveriesBarn Representa- Modern Creative Dance will meet Tuesday at 7 p. m. in
tive and representing the Supreme Twelfth District in Pheo- Washington Mrs. Madict and Mrs. of James Weldon Johnson
St. Paul AME Church the Rev.D. groups the library of Stanton Senior
Council will be Herbert E. nix Arizona Maier 30-31, Tho- Scriven as co-hostesses. Junior School will be
A. Russell, minister. and is the TB High pre- High School.
rn : Jr. Grand Basileus. mas G, Neusom is the District
Tucker ,
wife of J. Earl Morse. Brewster sented in a recital on Tuesday

Men's Club president. They live The Second District in Wilmington Representative and representingthe Called For MondayThe April 10, at 8 p. m. in the school
James R. and Mattie. 1727
Supreme Council will be CarlA
on Tenth Street. Delaware May 4-6, Morton gymtorium.Zeta Learn Commercial Art
Grunthals girl Feb. 14. Grand Counselor.H. .
Brooks is the District Representative Lanes Connoiseurs of Cosmetology Gibson. Rodger Glover,
Marlon and'Mildred Byafd National Start Anytime
Carl Moultrie
Anthony McDaniel son of Mrs. and representing the Supreme Exe- ,. a unit of the Orange Blos- Carolyn Henderson Vera Hall
2338 Rd., girl Feb. 14. C. I. APPROVED
Ruth McDonald and grandson of Bootley Council will be Father H. cutive Secretary, Washington D. som Beautician, Inc., will meet Floria Herring Yvonne Hicks
Raymond and Doris W. Gibson, C will conduct administrative
Mrs. Mary Lewis and Mrs. Hattie Albion Ferrell Grand Chaplain. Monday, April 9 at 6 p. m. at 707 Jacqueline Hodges Geraldine AMERICANSCHOOL
Jr. 1149.W. 12th St boy Feb. 18.
,_ clinics at most of the District
Broad Street Jackson Miriam Johnson. Ann-
Johnson spent the Easter season Theodore and Dora Cason 814 The Third District in Norfolk OF ART

holidays in Miami with his father, Houston St, girl Feb. 19. Virginia April 20-22 J. B. William Meetings. The election of delegates to the ette Johnson Barbara Jones Mer- I Moved T. New Locatioa

Butler McDonald former Jaxon. Jr. and Peggy is the District Representativeand State convention will be held at line Jones, JoAnn Kennerly, San- I 106 EAST BAY STREET
Raymond King the this time. dra Saidler and Marilyn Madry tad Floor
725 Court E, boy, Feb. 22. representing Supreme Florida Teachers I
Miss Samelia Pauline, Bethune- Goldie Jane and Lawrence Council will be Ernest R. Reeves. Please be present. will appear.

Cookman College student at Day- W. 9th St. 2nd Vice Grand Basileus.
Boyde Sr. 1340 boy
tona Beach spent the Easter holi- Feb. 22.James. The Fifth District in Chattanooga Heel April 12-14

days here with her aunt Mrs. and Gladys Lucas 1118 Tennessee March 29-31, L.

Ruby Benthone, and others at Stonewall St., girl April 4. W. Beasley is the District Representative In PensacolaThe SPRINGTIME, SPECIALSON

1116 West Ninth Street. She is a Richard E. and Elizabeth Polk and representing the

member of Day Spring, Baptist 1892 W. 3rd St, boy, March 4. Supreme Council will be WalterH.
Church the Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver Dennis H. and Delores Wilson. Riddick Grand Keeper of Records Florida State Teachers Association -

minister. 724 Court B,twin girls.March % and SeaL .annow-ces its..Qrdnual An OUR ENTIRE I NO HONEY DOWN I
S'I
I Ellison and Martha Arnold The Sixth District in Charlotte, Convention be held April STOCK OF FLORENCE
JUST TRADE-IN YOUR OLD STOVE
Frank Seward of East 30th SL, 1M4, 1956 at the Auditorium
: City
Feb. 29. J. Al-
West Monroe St. boy, North Carolina April 27-29,
is ill in Brewster Hospital, and' Pensacola Florida.
,
and Mildred
Richard Person ston Atkins is the District Representative RANGES
friends may calL He is a memberof Some of the outstanding speakers -
29.
Feb.
331 Plymouth St, boy, and representing the
the Westside Church of Christ Walter Watson and Rosa 713 Supreme Council will be Ellis F. expected to t>e present are: Dr.

Minnie St., girl. Feb. 29. Corbett Editor-in-Chief of Oracle. I Richard M. Flower, Supervisor Florence Gas Range CALL US BY 11 .

Mrs.: Janie Polite of W. Fourth Gilbert and Annie Holmes. 1445E. The Seventh District in Augusta Speech and Hearing Therapy,
YOU'LL BE COOKING BY 7
is ill in her home and Cleveland .
Street and
20th"St. girl. Feb. 29. Georgia, March 29-31, W. C. Hearing Speech Prices Start at
friends drop in and see her. Center, Cleveland Ohio Miss
may ;
Wm. A. and Waltee Pulliam Gaines is the District Representative -
She is a member of the Westside 1560 Spearing St.. boy, Feb. 29. and representing the Supreme Hilda Maehling Assistant Execu-

Church of Christ James and Lydia Gordon. 957 Council will be J. T. tive Secretary, Professional De- ONLY

W. Ashley SL, girl Feb. 29. Brooks, 1st Vice-Grand Basileus. velopment and Welfare, National

Charlie Bryant of 719 Bridier Charles L. and Annie Harrison, The Eighth and Eleventh Dis Education Association Washington I Buy at Duval--Pay at Daval I

Street is ill in his home, and 368 Oak St, boy, Feb. 29. tricts. Omaha Nebraska, May 11- D. C.; Mr. Daniel E. Byrd

friends may call and see him. He Samuel and Mae James 3214 13 Harvey V. McDaniels and IL Assistant Director, Department of $16995

is also a member of the Westside Railroad Ave. twin girls Feb. 29. Monroe Purnell are the District Teacher Information and Security -

congregation. Charles and Mary Brown, 1741 Representatives and representing NAACP, New Orleans La.;

Logan St. boy March 2. the Supreme Council will be Mr. J. K. Haynes Executive Sec-

Herbert Campbell of the same Joe E. and Eddie Chapman 515 Herbert E. Tucker Jr., Grand retary, Louisiana Education Association AND YOUR OLD STOVE Largest Selection in Town!

church continues ill in his homeat Stonewall St. girt March 2.- Basileus and H. Carl Moultrie Na- Baton Rouge La.;and Dr.J. .

1443 Mason Ave. and friends Joe N. and Sara Fuller 1027 tional Executive Secretary.The T. Kelly, Director, Division of Completely Installed With We buy a carload at a time-that is why .. .... y.. ....y .

may call on him. He also worshipsin March 23. Teacher Education,_Certification,
W .Ashley St, girl. Ninth District. Dallas. Tex.
the Westside Church. George W. Sr. and Georgia March 30-31, Dr. F. Rivers Barn- and Accreditation State Depart- Two 100Lb.Tanks .

Joseph, 636 Court G. boy, March well is the District Representativeand ment of Education Tallahassee,
Mrs. EIlaDe oH'Lewis of Ala- Fla. Gas GAS
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4. representing the Supreme \ /
chug Is in the city visiting with Mr. J. L. Gant present Presi- /
Council will be J. B. Blayton
relatives. She is guest of her sis- dent of the Association whose
of Finance.Wedding .
Grand Keeper
ter. Mrs. B. D. Rutledge. and son. Whittington To Give : term in office expires during the RangesFREE

in-law and daughter.Mr.and Mrs. Convention, will be succeeded by
Aaron Hammong of 1348 West Address At P-TA Meet Mr. L. D. Land. 1st Vice-Presi BIG HAM

Fifth Street. Friends may call on Bells dent president-elect who will be

her. Jack Whittington director of installed. The office of 3rd Vice- FREE WITH EACH

Brewster Hospital will be guest Application for Marriage President will be the only office STOVE SOLD

Mrs. Blanche E. Lewis of 1248 speaker Thursday April 12. for Licenses which will be open for election.Dr. .

West Fifth Street spent the Easter the PTA meeting of James Wel- G. L. Porter is Executive

season in Alachua with relatives don Johnson Junior High SchooL Charlie J. Paul. 3225 Phoenix Secretary of'the organization. fig'r

and reports a delightful trip. The president, Solomon Jones is Ave. age 47 and Mae Belle Hayex -

urging all patrons and friends to 3225 Phoenix Ave., age 39.

Mrs. Clara Mae Jenkins, an instructor attend. The Glee Club headed by Raymond L. Robinson 1083 Beach School'sPTA y .

in Folkston Ga.. spent Mrs. L. B. Blackshear will render Spearing St, age 48 and Julia ; rMr' wra.

the Easter season here with her music. There will be other num- L Robinson 1083 Spearing St, Group Sets

mother, Mrs. Sadie Morrison and bers on the program. age 39,

i Webster Ike Wilson 1408 Myr- Musicale Fete

tle Ave. age 33 and Eddie L.

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Brown Rt. 9, Box 1025. age 21

James Holland 3137 Spring The Jacksonville Beach:School's

Park Road age 32. and Carrie S. Parent-Teacher Association will

LOW PRICES Taylor. 2557 Sea Shore Dr.. age present a musicale tea Sunday,

April 8, in the school and is'scheduled -

On Yew- 37.Hensel Payne 1566 W. 10th SL, to begin at 230; p. m.. '

age 24 and Elizabeth Martin age An interesting program has

? 20. 1527 W.. 7th SL I been planned ''under the leader- '

DIuG STORE fibula Grady Orso 654 Brady Court! ship of Mrs.'Orpah L.Jackson andMiss 'Tit .

age 23 and Betty J. Jones 1512 Jessie M. Caine both teach

Drug Store W. 19th SL, age 18. ers in the school Students render-
Trade With Your neighborhood
Raymond Cutts 1423, Frances ing numbers are Jacqueline Bail- 9 P.M. 1IIII!

AdvertisedIn St, age 42 and Florence Sanders ey,John Mason. Ora Kennedy and
Prices '
We Will Meet Any 1423 Frances age 44 Prince Willy, George Jackson, Vailene a.

Yeur Lecel l Papers Eddie L McCray, 819 West Carter, Carolyn Allen, Mon.Fri.Home. sr J

Beaver SL, age 52 and Dessie Mae Margy Bell and Patty Lewis, Pa-

Daniels 819 W.Beaver St-.age 45. tricia Hayward Stockton Whitten

WOOD'S DIXIE PHA1NACT Valeria ,Simmons Georgia New-

some Rosa Ates and Doris Refoe.

ISM KINGS ROAD .t MYKTU :AYENUCrttONB eeu MFFEIEW A choral group from the fifth Appliance Company

'B. 3-55 7-M and sixth grades will be presentedalso
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w. ftetirer We Abe fNN-OeetW fnteriflltM COLD tfNMmferta yUM uicMy toITAN8ACK'S under the direction of Miss
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prtwrtptiw fen**!" Our Aim: "To Give You More for Your Money"PHONE
PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE &TAKSASK tablets car,...,.work Cynthia Clarke and Mrs. Lois H.
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t.to...eN4ltOa3 s.tkf frets Telfair the accomPanist. The
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out/ TE
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Pate Fwir THf fLOUDA STA Saturday, April 1, 19'6




Cotton Chapel Church Schedules Special Sunday Events


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Prcsioi! Aid I L. Lewis Students Present Program Church To Hear To

Vesper Group Pay
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There IB 7:30 : Mrs. BurroughsChoir Honor To News Editors


Newspaper editors their as-
No. 2 of Mt. Sinai Baptist
s, eye t
sociates and others concerned
Cotton Chapel Methodist Church at Lee and Sixth Streets,
with that profession will be
tle minister, will observe with will present Mrs. Alice Burroughsin
honored and awarded Sunday
April 8, and it is expected that f. a musical recital Sunday night,
April 29. at a Vesper Committee -
members, friends and guests during April 22, in the church sanctuary.
service in St. Paul AME
The 'day will begin with the Friends are invited to attend the
Church. Myrtle Ave. and 13th
Church School at 9:30 a. m. and feature which is scheduled to be-
Street beginning at the Vesper
preaching services at 11 a. m. and gin at 8 o'clock.
Allen Christian Endeavor Lea-
at 3 p.: TO-, the latter at which will y Mrs. Burroughs is a member of
gue of the congregation. states
be observed the monthly Holy & the congregation of the church
the Vesper Committee. The
Communion of the Lord's Supperby and is one of the leading singersof
Rev. D. A. Russell is minister
the minister and others of the M y F) F .) Choir No. 2 The choir will cele-
there and Mrs. Erma L. Bry-
brate jointly with Mrs. Burroughson
clergy. ant is In charge of the programof
Night services will begin at 7:30p. the occasion and she will be
the day.
m. with Mr. Preston and his .1 heard in a new repertoire of songs
There will be rendered a special -
fine singers rendering services on and will sing request numbers of
x program and friends from
the of the old hymns.
request many persons.
all around are asked to please
There will be held special serv- Chairman of the recital and fete
attend in support of this honor
ices of the day and preaching at > is Mrs. Lucille Mote, and presi-
service for the men and womenin
the 11 a. m. and afternoon rites X'a oytK; n dent of the observing choir is Mrs.
the newspaper business here.
will be the Rev.Mr. Little, who is M. K. Gibson who joins with

doing an exceptionally fine work -j others in asking for a large at-
-
there as pastor and with the Mon- tendance. The Rev. H. H. Robinson -

crief Road section Jacksonville -- .. .-- ,_._--' --_...._,, --- ._--- -- is minister of the church. Holiness Churches
Methodist Mission Church in the
PLAY Students of the fifth and sixth grades of A. L. Lewis School who participated Will Assemble HereThe

same capacity. Spring" program which featured a playlet tilled "Spirit of Spring" are shown here. Two Church Choirs
will also
There appear special
guests at night and the Cotton those who had part in the program are: Joyce Wiggs. Claretha Whaley. Betty Curry. Betty Will Sing WednesdayChoir Apostolistic Holiness

Chapel choir will sing. Clementine Robinson. Wyannett Adams. Robbie Moreland, Deloris Evans Sarah Alexander Church of the Lord Jesus Christat

a Butler. John Burman Yvennie Haywood. Made Wright. Barbara Smith Lauretta Wil- No. 2 of Zion Hope Bap-: 410 Moncrief Road, will be host

Jones. Gloria A. Williams. Lorine Littlejohn. Annett Alexander Lichtenthal Benthone tist Church, and Choir No. 1 of! to the second assembly of the

First ,.Cleveland Ford Richard.DaTis. Willie Lester. Curtis McKenzie.: Neal Beaton. Carol Tabernacle Baptist Church, will Churches of the faitfi. Monday

Baptist Hardaway. Margaret Fleming Ernestine Major. Frances Green.. Deloris Robinson. be presented in recital in the au- thru Sunday, April 9-15, and

nson.. Margaret McCuthen.. Catherine Mack. Lewis Rainge and Helen Wynn. ditorium of Zion Hope Church, friends of all faiths are invited to

Gels Sessions Wednesday evening, April 11, and share in the several rites.

To Render the public is asked to please support -!
Music Quartet Women's Conducting these rites of interest
Day the well fete.
planned and education will be the Rt.
The Women's District Missionary After Service Music The Tabernacle
Choir is under
Rev. E. H. who
Williams will be
I
and Educational Convention I Be Given the direction of Mrs. Eartha Har- assisted the
Auxiliary to the East Florida and ---i- Event Is Set by junior bishop, the
and
The well known Suwannee per, the ZionHope Choir is Rt. Rev. W. M. Reed of Talla-

IC Bethany D. Britt Baptist, Moderator Assn.,, will the Rev.hold Mrs. Espy Quartet will appear in an after liams directed by Mrs. Beatrice Wil- hassee.
: The will begin at
its 50th annual session of.the service event Sunday evening The Annual Women's Day ob- program

April 8, in Mt. Olive Primitive servance will be held on Sunday 8 o'clock.
Conference Day at the First Bap-
tist Church 1037 Jessie Street, Parent's Baptist Church at Myrtle Avenue April 15, at the Little Rock Bap- Annual Men's Day

the Rev. J. C. Sams, host pastor, the Stanto-Musi-Cho and Fourth Streets, and support is tist Church with Mrs. Thelma Pallbearers Set In St. JohnsMen's

Thursday. April 12. of New Stanton asked by the sponsoring Usher Baker as co-chairman and Mrs.

The Rev. E. R. Simpson, pastorof this city, will pre- Board No. 3 of the church of Leola Johnson as general chair-
Zion Hope Baptist Church, will I opera Carmen which Mrs. Gloria Frazier Holmesis man. Plan Their Tea Day will be observed on

be the morning speaker and the evening April 9, the chairman. The Rev. J. M. Mrs. Maggie Kellom will serveas April 15 in the St. John Baptist

Rev. R, H. Wilson, pastor of the : at 8:15: o'clock, in the Dixon is minister of the church. mistress of ceremonies for the Pallbearers Lodge No. 189 of Church.

Bethel Baptist Church, will deliver at 13th Street, The quartet,is ready for the morning worship and Mrs. Syble this city' will present its Leap Serving as chairman for this occasion -

the evening message. Avenue, and it is ask singing and it is asked that friends Butler for the evening service.' Year Tea Sunday, April 22, from will be Isaac N. Carries as-

faculty members, pa- will join with members in sup- These ladies will be introducedby 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of Mrs. sisted by Joseph Alexander and

of and guests will porting and sharing in the featureof Mrs. Agnes Walker and Mrs. Enoch Calhoun of 1049 Scriven other men of the church.
Brotherhood
Baptist this unusual. presen- the evening. Edith Howard. Street, and the fraternal body in- An excellent program is being
arranged for this affair.FRATERNAL .
Assembles_ MondayThe Mrs. Theo Oree and Mrs. Wil- vites friends to share in the delightfully

will be under the di- mer Dorrell will be guest speak- planned fete.

Baptist Brotherhood of Duo Mrs. Annette M. Epsy, GladiolaSets There will be a program pre-

val and adjacent counties will foremost music leaders ers.The members are expected to' sented that afternoon by a com- NOTES

meet on Monday, April 9 in the ,who has her group & co-operate with.the ,various cap- mittee' of the Matron's Club of

Bethel Baptist Church, the Rev. MAN"A. the fete. It is stated Sunday TeaClub tains in this effortAnnual Mt. Calvary Baptist Church of The Prince Hall Masonic Club

Robert Wilson pastor. proceeds realized from which Mrs. Mercedes C.-Wesley is of the Prince Masons will meet

The order of the day will be will be used in a fund chairman. She has stated that
The annual tea for the Gladiola Sunday April 8th. at 4 p. m. in
the general business of the bro- there and back several of the finest performerswill
the Hall,
Ladies Club will be given on Sun- RevivalIs Seymour corner 3rd
State Music Festival
thers. and will
day, April 8 from 4 to 6 o'clock in appear representthe and Davis Street. Members are
be held in
Daytona Matron's Club and various
,
Wilder Recreational Center, cor- urged to attend. Business of vital

19-21. ner Third ahd Mt. Herman Sts. In Session societies, auxiliaries of the church Importance will be transacted.
LEARN TO DRIVE is outstanding in her and among other friends of the
Mrs. Cora: Lewis; president, has
The Qvkkest TU Ettfes fine music comes and in addition sponsoring groups.
announced to the tea
W.y Te ..... is again urged to hear The Mt. Sinai Baptist Church is Funds realized from the event Church
she has developed and an excellent program has been arranged -: engaged in its annual revival, will be used in the building pro- NotesRev.

AJAXDRIVING admission fee is small and promises to be one of with the Rev. Cliffen of Ft. Pierceas gram of the lodge and in other

SCHOOL spacious auditorium the most elaborate affairs given. the speaker. Each night mes- important interests, states Mrs. Saul Cooper, pastor of

CALL EL 4-0639 to its capacity, and sages are being delivered, and the Calhoun, who is one of the officers Jerusalem Baptist Church has an-

come much cheaper. Miss Joyce JoynerTo gospel in song rendered by Mrs. of the lodge here and the nounced that services will be held

George Perpemr and outstanding Alice Burrough. The pastor, the state administration.. The tea has in the usual manner with Sunday

1134 W. 5th Street is planned for all,: Preside SundayMiss Rev. H. H. Robinson is invitingthe been planned carefully and prom- School beginning at 9:30and

of has the support of. public to share. ises to be interesting and largely morning services at 11 a. m.

'' Brooks, principal, and, Joyce Joyner will serve as Other activities of the church supported. Evening services will begin at

of the school, and the: mistress of ceremonies at the include: A Seasonal Tea in the 7 p. m. at this time the rally will

{JII fcf ReiefotPAIN "Graded Musical Tea".on Sunday, basement of the church, Sunday Gallant Ladies Plan terminate. Each district is askedto

April 8 from*4lto 6 P. M. in the afternoon April 15th, sponsoredby report one hundred dollars.

. Tea cafeteria Oakland School spon- Choir 1; Musical Recital featuring For Annual FantasyThe

Sunday sired by the PTA. Mrs. Alice Burrough, Sunday '

The Rev. RJH. Wilson, pastorof night, April 22nd, and a Joint Gallant Ladies Club will; Simpson Women Plan
2 of the Bethlehem is Musical featuring Choir 4,'and the present its Seventh Fashion Fantasy -
the Bethel will
BaptistChurch
C... PAINS .. MCADACHC., NEXMAL- a spring tea on Sun- address the Male Chorus of the Church, Sun- May 4 beginning at 9 p. m. Program For SundayThe
CIA NCUftlTt with STAMBACK TA ILtTI.r .. 18 at 3 p. m. in the gathering. They Boy- day night, April 29th, Mrs. Cathe- in the Two Spot Club.,
POWDtftS. STANIACK toM Ian-Haven Glee Club, Misses Ver-
hnr.. metta and Tomansina
UCKw... sw.r.l Me4icaM. rrp4. has been planned Royster University, Nashville, Tenn., will ian Service of the Simpson Meth-
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a..s tot* .y to lab. dots. Wilson and Mrs. R. H. Wilson will
Th..dt.t ....e.a..1 Mon.MU1.TINLt serve as narrator for this affair. odist Church will present the
i.p./1..M 1rl ,....._ render the music. Mrs. Elnora H.
-.............. ...... .e. ... ..... Johnson, president of the PTA Fifth Anniversary Some of the best dressed mod- Stanton High Glee Club in a recital -
t..dey -eurl.e .. With Kin els of the city will display styles on Sunday, April 8, at 7 p.
ere and Mrs. Sadie Tillis, principal,
TITAH.ACK $- W.. will make remarks. Program Is SlatedThe for every occasion and seasons. m. in the church. This group is

= Apr Tickets may be secured from under the direction of Mrs. A. H.
.. : .. E. Hopkins, daughter
YW'w tn.rt1..t fifth anniversary of the members of the club. Moore.
Debose, 754 W.
.._ Mt. Ararat Betheleham Club of District 33 of
and a student at Quintet
the Second Baptist Church will be
To
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holidays in the city PlanningBirthdo r observed on Sunday, April 15, at INGROWN NAN.

3 p. m.; in the home of Mr. and HURTING YOU
and friends. Bishop Baker and his congrega-
The Mt. Ararat Quintet will observe Mrs. Timothy Jenkins. 1611 W. ImmtdlattKtlMl
Butler of Delray tion will worship in the Friendly
the 17th Street.
seventh of
anniversary
a student at Florida A Baptist Church Monday, April 9
RITZ their group on April 16 in the Appearing on the program will I--.w
mpanied Miss Hopkins. at 8 p. m. in the interest of choir 4np.., OUTCBOft. trbUM4TH
church. be Mrs. Margie Ferrell, Mrs. Ada f from Urmmtlaf tttttdu pwl f atrow..a.o1TrG8o ttmmH. '
Snow, Miss Ala Roundtree.K. 2. ..!!.*.toortro OM Mil to Mat wtornwtk....ttajiir*.
Faye
A including the Celestial ud it camlan.QUKMQ
( from Page 1)) program Members and friends of the sew fqrOiOTMi*
S .Thomas, Walter Calhoun, Choir 1.u.l.b.d..e
Thursday -. Friday Your Singers, McCall Singers, Ver- church are invited to be present.
WILD BILL siteers, Norfolk Singers, Golden 2 of the St. Stephens AME

Page Jubilee Singers, the Master Keys, Church, Mrs. A. Bell Mrs. Lena

"HELL ks for Progress Gospel Crusaders,. Gospel Echoes Calhoun, Mrs. Mary Heard George
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and Robert Sams will be presented. Morrissette, Alexander Heard CHAMPION'SMEN'S

: .' ?<.. '. ROD Page 2 Mrs. Tasker Jenkins Mrs. Alex-

:\:- 'f-- r zina Johnson and Mrs. Maggie WEAR
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BLESSINGS! -' BLESSINGS!
SHORT SLEEVESPORT

; ,, 't'. Sunday, Monday DONT MISS THIS GOD SENT MAN SHIRTS I ......... .. $1.59
:> BATTLE See M. Today Be.BhtttJ Tomorrow PILL THE PLII FIN QUALITY
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;,. .- T, ..114'M.UI1.YM Prayer Jesus Changes Never Fails Things ON STOMICILIPSET MEN'S DRESS SLACKS .-.........:..:........ $3.98

: ,- '"SEVEN. ARE YOU HAVING TROUBLES Half-afire sours,stomacfat headachy Black-Draught when constipation SHORTS & UNDERSHIRTS ._:.. :.:....... .49

Of MATTERS YOU CANT CONTROL relieves constipation overnight. ELASTIC WAISTLEISURE
Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
r 'By All Means See This Go? Seat Ma. Te
Tuesday Wednesday CALL HIM NOW nit SPECIAL BUSSING No harsh crlpta Made from pure NYLON .** --
vef etable herbs. Thoroughly but
: -'- ". Jost : PROPHET COOPER enttr uncorks clornd intestines. STRETCH "SOX .,.:., .. 3'poirs $1.00
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1 Then rife looks sunny again Get KHAKI 4V GREYWORK
TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH or COME IN PERSON Black-Draught today..h
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Florida Elks And Daughters Head For Tampa Conclaves





Bay Cily Lodges Makiif Beady Roverettes Club .Check Proceeds From Tea I I'v Shorthand Contest Slated And Typing

ForBethuneCookman
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For Meets There OB April 7- II ,1., ,, .

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1.,.' .... The first annual state-wide
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The Florida State Association Lodges and Temples of Elks, with f' shorthand and typing contest
Cuba and the West Indies affiliated will meet in Tampa April 7-11 "" iq.Y :4 sponsored by the Commerce De- A

with Bay City Lodges and Temples serving as hosts to the convention.The f'i partment and PI Omega PI Hon-

session will be presidedover f \ onary Fraternity will be held atJethuneCookman

by the State, President Al- Elkdom from all sections of the b A YWq" College, April

bert Bethune who has served country and throughout the juris- 20-21. Thirty-five (35) schools are
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in this capacity for a number of diction of Elkdom. expected to participate in this

years. He will be ably assisted by The'delegation from the Daugh- K contest. ...

the official staff of the association. ters will be led by Daughter Ruler The George Stuart Office Supply -

Jacksonville will have a large Hattie L James of Maceo TempleNo. 4 Company of Orlando is donat-

representation composed of 186. Maceo. Temple is well ing two trophies for the winnersof .

Daughters and Bills. The repre- represented among the official both contests. The Underwood,

sentatives from Maceo Lodge'will staff. Daughter Ruler James and h Sy Remington and Royal Typewriting -

be headed by Exalted Ruler William Daughter Bernice P. Pugh are representatives are donating

R. Davis. Maceo Lodge will state officers. 46eFx the use of their new machines for
also be represented among the of- Delegates representing the en- this contest.
ficial staff by Leon E. Gonzalez tire First District will be in at

who Is the Third Vice President of tendance including Chief Antler A tip .t the Pepsi Cap to

the state. James A. Long Jr. of Joe H. Y y Jaxon Is ConvictedIn these Americans utst&adlmc, who DUke roue*.r
Grand Deputy John Powell of James Sr. Past Exalted Rulers s at entry and omr comnnalty
a fetter pUce In which to UT s
the First District of Florida will Council. Dr. Long is also a high .: Moonshine CaseA

be in attendance along with'other ranking official of the grand old

dignitaries and high officials in order of Elks. .' Federal Grand Jury Friday
convicted a 44-year-old Jaxon on

charges of possession and conceal- r

PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE DESIRED r .r ment of 125 gallons of moonshine f r tJS

whiskey.
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IF IT MEANS INTEGRATION POST TEA MEETING Members of the RoTtrtxi Social Club which recently sponsored a lea Sentence deferred for Raymond by Judge Johnsonwas Bryan

event met last Wednesday evening In the home of Mrs Ella Mae Jones to check up on the proceedsof
Simpson until Friday of this week,
the affair.
State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Thomas D. Bailey pending completion of treatment
Shown here from left are: Mrs. Lettie M. Hamilton Mrs. Bernice Lucas. Mrs. Mamie Ruth Milton. :I 5:
said Friday night he favors maintaining Florida's. public school sys- following a recent operation
Mrs. Ella Mae Jones. Mrs. Lillie M. Hunt and Mrs. Lucille Wright.
tem even if it means integration. undergone by Johnson. t t ,, k .
In an interview over TV Bailey; Assistant U. S. Attorney John L.

said. "I would never be in favorof people are immediately accused of LEADERS URGE REGISTRATION Business LeagueIn Briggs presented evidence to show 4; 5 5 5 ;
doing I-way with the public being 'integrationists." Johnson was arrested by federal, t}" .
schools of America Florida, or state and local officers as the
any other community"Asked AND ACTION ON CIVIL RIGHTSNegro Dayfona Heel moonshine was being transferred

if he would hold that Masons To Hold between two cars here the nighf

view even if it meant integration, leaders urged this week that steps be taken to increase Officers and members of the of Oct. 14, 1953. RALEIGH WASHINGTON

Bailey replied: "I would be for AnnUal Session voting registration among their race and called for prompt attentioncongressionally Florida State Business League Briggs said a co-defendant pre- New Rich SUito School Scoter

maintaining thepublic school sys- and action on civil rights legislation as a means of will convene in Daytona Beach at viously pleaded guilty in another Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
tems in the state irrespective of federal jurisdiction. this young man. president -
In This CilyThe lessing Southern resistance to racial integration. Bethune-Cookman College o n of Creative Dance
what would happen. But I believe And all of this comes the final April 4th 5th and 6th for their group member of National -

some way can be found to main- week of registration for voting in and Negro schools there for prob- State Convention.The sity Honor baseball Society team.and Washington Var--
tain the public school system."I Most Union the 8 29 Democratic theme BranchTo is also president of
Worshipful (May May ably five years or more. this year will be: Long American Problems class.
would certainly never be Grand Lodge, Inc.. State of Flor- Primaries elections in Jackson- Thomas R. Waring editor of the "FREE ENTERPRISE-THE KEY

agreeable to throwing our" _public ida, Illustrious C. H. Henry 33 ville and Duval County Friday Charleston (S.c.)_News and-Courier TO DEMOCRATIC BUSINESS .at, ".- )I-
school system overboard. degree Grand Master will 6 until 9 is the dead- PRINCIPALS. The Render
con- April p. m. told a Cleveland, Ohio City principal Flay
If integration must come, he vene In its 87th Annual Grand line time, and it is asked that all Club forum that the people of the speaker for the banquet will be _
said, it should start a}-the college Communication, April 17-19, at non-registered persons will get North should "stop pressuring the Dr. Richard V. Moore presidentof
level and not in the first grade as An operetta in three acts entitled -
the Masonic Temple. 410 Broad registered today OF tonight at 221 people of the South to mix the Bethune-Cookman College and

some advocate. Street, Jacksonville.The East Adams Street, just across the races in public schools." He said highlights of the convention will "Cinderella's Slipper" will : ,.' ,
The difficulty would be with following auxiliary bodies street from the main courthouse ,Negroes dissatisfied with life in include a parade exhibiting floats be presented in the,auditorium of

the parents Bailey further stated, will also meet at this time: Most building.U. ''the South should be admitted to from various business establish- Long Branch School on Monday,

and he believes there would be Excellent Grand Chapter Royal S. Congressman Diggs (D- 'I' At Tuscaloosa Ala., a proces- ments, panel ,discussion by students April 16 at 8 p. m.
more protests from the, parents of Characters are as follows: Cin-
Arch Masons Illustrious Fred of the college with business
Michigan) told a, membershiprally sion of some 100 men dressed in derella
first graders than college students. ;Alexander, 33 degree Grand High I consul- Alma Ran; stepmother
of the National Associationfor Ku Idux Klan regalia drove tentTuscaloos4 representatives serving as
Asked-also what affect the Su* Shirley Harris; stepsisters, Willie
Priest; Union Grand Command- Advancement of Colored and tants, and a panel of women will
" Court. decision for integration tieUfiiversity- Mae Martin and Cynthia Breaker; i L
preme cry Knight Templar Masons, Sir People at Montgomery,Ala. Mon- Alabama campus Saturday night. discuss "Women in Business, ad- ax..
in the schools has had on race fairy godmother, Barbara Spencer -
Benjamine Gilbert, Grand Emmi- dresses will also be given by
i day that Negro registration Police Sgt. S. T. Shirley estimatedthe ..
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relations, the school superintendent ; the prince Norris Higgins; -
nent Commander Most Worshipful prominent lawyers in the state.
; should be stepped up "so that number involved and said the
said: "I think there has beena Union Grand Court Heroinesof Attending the Convention will peddler Lloyd Sanford; Lord
when children to bed at white robes and hoods :
our go men wore 3i4:
deterioration of race rela- High Chamberlain, Henry Williams -
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great Jericho,"Mrs. Mattie Hargrove night they can dream realisticallythat used by the KKK but their faces be business and professional men ;
tions all over the state even in ; thimble bonnet, Kirk ,.\
Grand Most Ancient Matron E. D. someone like the Rev. M. L. were uncovered. No trouble was and women from all over the state 'f" ,, _!'
the last 60 days as a matter of Floyd; first guard, Bobby Walker '
Gibson, Grand Venerable Patron, of Florida.
King Jr. be Congressmanfrom reported. The university
can campuswas
and second ALEX CAP EHAKf
John-
Preston
fact, for the simple reason that guard,
and Bethlehem Grand Chapter the State of Alabama." the scene of mob rioting,over Host for the Convention will be
there were many things taking Order of Eastern Star Mrs. InezT. Bethune-Cookman College and New Stanton Senior
son.Members
the enrollment of Negro Authe-
Diggs referred to the Rev. Mr. of the committee High SchoolOutstanding
place on a voluntary basis 60 days Boyer Grand Worthy Matron, rine who later was expelled. the Westside Business and Profes-
King Baptist minister of Montgomery Lucy effort make this
ago that I understand are not tak- and Dr. N. B. Hester Grand sional Men. Serving on the host making every to performance -
who just last week was is Mrs. M. K. on varsity basketball
ing place today-such things as program a success
Worthy Patron. PATRONIZE committee are Mr. E. L. Vance
convicted of violating Alabama'santiboycott Russell Miss E. M. team brings recognition to
professional people meeting to- The grand lodge will be calledon Dr. R. V. Moore. Mr. F. D. Graves Thompson, this young man. He is also
law in connection Advertisers Miss P. D. Brooks Miss S. A.
gether and discussing school prob- member of the Dramatic
at high noon with all depart- Mr. J. H. Dickerson, Mrs. Gladys a
lems-now they are pulling off to ments assembled, and fraternal with the prolonged Montgomerybus Florida Star Vaught and Mrs. Joyce Engram. Mungin, Mrs. V. Long. Mrs. M. Club.
themselves and each group is discussing Greetings will be given by each boycott. The minister was Polite, Mrs. M. Pearson, Miss E.
their problems by them- convicted by the presiding judge'sdecision I Thompson, Mrs. P. Scarbrough,
head.
I department .
selves. The opening program Tuesday and fined $500 but he DEBUTANTES OF CITY FETED FRIDAY Miss R. M. Thompson, Mrs. A. $

"It seems in some localities has appealed it. Norton, Miss E. V. Coker, Miss
night will feature the Rev. Rob- EVENING BY ZETA PHI BETA GROUP
when there is any association be- ert H. Wilson, pastor of Bethel The Congressman warned that Estelle Williams, Mrs. H. Frison,
tween races some of the white the boycott method of protest Miss E. E. Williams and Mrs. Jen-
and
Baptist Church as speaker
Members of the young set making their debut into society danced
"indiscriminately" nie R. Crittenden.
should not be used
Mrs. Gertrude Morse reading the with friends at the. Junior Cotillion tendered them by Beta Alpha
unless "a cerefully drawn
Crucifixion. Zeta Chapter of_Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated, Friday eve-
Learn Commercial Art Attrus Fleming, Sr., District set reasonable of circumstances method of makes retaliation.this a" ning of this week; April 6, beginning at 9 o'clock in the spacious I McCrays Will Honor
Deputy of Duval County is in Duval County Armory at State and Market Streets.
Start AiytfaMC. charge of the local arrangements.CLUB At Washington during Monday
District With Fete
f. APPROVED Clarence Mitchell, director of the The affair was semi-formal and
AMERICAN NOTES NAACP's Washington office said cards of invitation were presented. Club Plans For Tea_

SCHOOL OF ART much southern resistance to racial Large numbers attended_ in sup- Junior District 7 of the Second
"will if ball. The annual affairis 'Phyllis 52 and Baptist Church wil sponsor its
The Sunset Saving Club will integration disappear" ,port of the Wheatley Lodge
Moved 106 EAST T. Hew BAY Uctrri mElT sponsor a corsage tea on.April 15 Congress acts promptly on civil presented for_ the raising of i Pride of the East 19 OES will post Easter program Sunday at 2

2M 'leo, from 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of rights legislation. He declared that scholarship funds for the girls sponsor a spring tea Sunday from p. m. in the home of Mr; and Mrs.

Miss L. Luster, 2131 Meharry Ave. "basic civil rights bills" have who win them and has created a 4 to 6 p. m. in the Mary McLeod Willie McCray, 2842 Venus Street.
cleared Senate and House judi- deal of interest in the part of citi- Bethune Center 531 W. Beaver The chorus of Isaiah Blocker
and be cities. Schiil, Miss Gracey Sanderson, l4UU..un; une8
ciary sub-committees can zens here and nearby Street.A
Miss Herman Lee, Miss Mae'THart New Stanton Senior
if leaders of
enacted this year will be presented. Web Sdaool
behind" The officers and members of the program Miss Mary Lee Walter Lee
both "really get
parties
:r:; 't '7::!'. ""- He IS in your state at last! them. sorority carefully planned the Liton Bryant, Barbara Hall, Ca of Hat the off Intramural to this member dub.
> event of dance and presented a ludun Hall, Douglas Hall Jerlam
fi1 > The great man that the people Mitchell said "it should be ob- Meet He is a member of the
of musicians to
capable group inner Vaughn, Amelia Bryant, Linda Varsity basketball team
a of Florida have been longing to vious to everyone that some- furnish music for dancing.The Sue Jordan, Betty Dorsey, Her- and vice-president of .-,
thing is wrong with the election homeroom class.
see. Now is your big chance to system when officials in states debs met at the Zeta Soror- Will Be Sunday man Annette Vaughn Dorsey, Lena Robert, Anderson Ingram, .4

see this wonderful man while he like Mississippi, where half the ity House recently and elected of- Wilene Terry, Jim Adams Mary
is colored, offer the ficers. Miss Betty Jean
population They are
Louise Lee Thelma and Dian
is Known to millions as
so near.
u There will be held a dinner af-
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p greatest resistance to integration. Bell of New Stanton High School, -
'The Seventh Son," ordained i He expressed his views in a president; Miss Mercedes Nelsonof fair Sunday, April 8, in the Rich- Dorsey and Barbara Ann Bryant i CO..hllati. ai Mss.
mond Hotel Tea and Dining Room will appear on the programfor ,.psi Cola hi tbs.tlv. .
commenting on Presi- Matthew W. Gilbert High
and chartered P l statement ,4
by e 0 pie s .. Merit A w e
dent Eisenhower's latest call fora School, vice president; Miss Marjorie at which' time there will appear wham
The Ma. To See It Spiritualist Temple" (Parent bipartisan commission to inves- Jenkins of Matthew W. pil- various of the candidates offeringfor '

ULYSSES Body), Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.If tigate race relations problems. bert -High School, calendar chairman reelectioQ and election to QUICK RELIEF of Ustta. to MfotctioM Pets I M..ritAwJ .
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Eisenhower in a letter to Gov. ; Miss Betty Price of New county and state offices. HEADACHENEURALGIA '._ Cta TEE N- >
sick unhappy crossed need LeRoy Collins of'Florida, Satur- Stanton High School, calendar The meeting is scheduled to TIME WRHC. 1400
you are up, day called for "moderate and re- secretary, and ]Miss Mary Jane start at 2:30 o'clock at which time .. year *.!. San rdays. .

money, then see me today for. God works miracles sponsible" leadership to solve Pough of New Stanton High speeches will begin and dinner 10 -11 A.M.

through his Holy Prophets. Be sure to get my great racial questions and said he may School, the general secretary.The served. Ease Palm of Std
set up conferences on the subject Neuralgia Neuritis! wtftQakk .

blessings for Saturday, April 7, 14 and 21. No mail, should Congress fail to act and young presented women at'the"were ball attended by- Acting STANBACS. y

telegrams or phone calls received.. You must come Collins, who asked the of South-Presi- well known matrons of the city. Building Day Tea Test STANBACK*'!**
dent to call a conference
ay prepantioo yeoV* u
Planned For
in person. **' ern governors and attorney gen- SundayA ever tined .See Iwgul
erals for a review of race relationssaid V relief comm.nnr '
CONTACT ME AT MICCOSUKEE FLA. he appreciated the Presi- Meet Set SundayAll spring tea for the benefit ..
dent's "willingness to be cooperative I Lewis Memorial AME Church'sbuilding

JUST ASK TO SEE ULYSSES and helpfuL" bricklayers in the city: are drive will be given Sun- w.

Other segregation developments II day fro m4 to 6 p. m. in the homeof eM y .. Ppsi Gh14..I.a
assemble at Second Y .asr.
THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES FOR MY WORK I asked to Baptist .f
over the week-end included: : Mr. and Mrs. David Scott 5748
Church Sunday at 10:45, to ,a du.avtll.
COME EARLY TO PREVENT THE RUSH A statement by the school boardof I Avenue B. '
./ Chattanooga, Tenn., that there attend the 66th ,anniversary of Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford will beth $ .L'
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f/ see Madfcoa BY StrMt E. J. VREEN Palaika Florida For Dormitory 4 f Girl Kills Her : In Slaying Of


V Pboa East 5-302S I

V\ Daytona Beach Ground- Father With Gun : One With Ax

breaking for the new $300,000 ,
v' A'THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK Cornelia Meigs girls dormitorywas I
Green Cove
t r+ Springs A 10-
P
i."Make yourself an honest man and then you may be sure that held at Bethune-Cookman: Bradenton Jean Jackson 13- year sentence was given Otis Gaskin -

=k 'in College Friday. year-old Negro girl shot and kill- Clay County Negro for
then Is on* less rascal th. world. The the
dormitory is named for i ed her father
with a shotgun Mon- ax slaying of Jack James, another
Last week Mrs. Earhne McCoy was our guest to the movies:She Mrs. Meigs, described as one of 1 day because he wouldn't let her Clay County Negro man.

took along as her guest her mother. the strong supporters of this in stay up to watch late television Gaskin claimed James came to

This week our invitation goes stitution by Dr. Moore. Mrs. I programs officers reported. his house and threatened him
Mugs has been member of the i
outto a man I have known a long The Rev, L. C. Hicks deliveredthe a Jean a sixth grade student, is with: a rifle and he killed him in
board of.trustees for than 30 I
time even before we came to Pa- sermon at the 11 a. m. servicein more held for investigation in the self defense.

latka. He was once a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Churchon years and has' made several substantial .P shooting of her father, Leroy The slaying took place on February -
gifts to the college and :tea
my family. He is a member of the The Rev. T. J. an >t
Sunday, pastor Jackson about 50. : 18 at a naval store camp
Mt Tabor St Baptist Church. He Alston delivered the sermon at initial gift which made the dorm- .l where both men worked and
f. It-was learned the girl's parents re-
was wearing a very good looking the evening service from the subject itory possible.The 1 : ; 3 j ordered her to bed and her sided.
mother -
sport coat Easter Sunday. He anti "Victory in Suffering." The building which will house

t his wife, live on South Street 1 drive for' church pews netted 154 girls, is being financed thrua f ., cDaytona c\- off',the Ruby TV Lee Jackson turned
set Jean said she
$300,000 loan. The 40yearloanwill ( Armstrong Services
:3ni almost sure he knows we are $742.88. :, : t ..t'rii wanted to see the windup of the
be income
talking about him. I am sure he from the repaid building through supplements Easter night programs. The father Held In New OrleansFuneral
wants to the movies. &
some passes Eugene Oliver, one of the char- by an additional $10,000 a year to ordered her to her room and she

ter members of the Euclidean be raised for the ,, returned shortly with a 12-guage services for Samuel
purpose.
This week we shall be very Math Club of Central Academy Furnishings will cost an addi- shotgun. He told her' to put it Armstrong of 709 Court G.. Blod-

happy to-have little Sandra Lewisas High School was speaker for the tional $35,000. : _., down. She fired once killing her gett Homes. who died Tuesday of

Star spring chapel services on Wed- j father The then last week, held
guest of the Florida for Dr Moore said it is hoped the instantly. girl ran were in New Orleans

lunch Monday in the cafetorium nesday. Oliver"ls a native of building will be completed in into the bathroom and locked her- his native home. He had

of Central Academy High School. Federal Point, son of the Rev. and September and that the new self in and when finally she was resided here a number of years

Sandra is a very good student. Mrs. John Oliver, a member of building will make it possible to coaxed from the room by officersshe and was well known in hotel cir
the National Honor and
Society threw the on the
weapon
increase the college's enrollment cles.The
the Oliver-Morgan Singers. floor and became hysterical.Hiddlelon deceased was a member of
Mr. and Mrs. Halloway of Pow- by 100 from this year's 746 $tu-
Five members inducted .
new were I St. Pius Catholic Church here
hattan Street in Jacksonville, also into the club.SATSUMA. dents. 480 persons are living on _. ., _- ,
'WRu;>yw T"-- JiiJ: and among the survivors are the
Mrs. Beulah Lamb were very the campus at present housed in Beach Elizabeth Macon of Middleton Senior High
widow Mrs.
,
Armstrong three
pleasant visitors in Palatka and .: two dormitories Curtis Hall built School Tampa won the first statewide high school spelling bee contest Senior daughters of New Orleans the

FJorahome last week-end. NEWS in 1922 and Cookman Hall "borrowed" the $300 tuition scholarship, trophy and bronze key, is seen receiving mother of the same city a ,sister

about five years ago from her trophy from Dr. Richard V. Moore, president of Bethune- and other
Wins In relatives combined
Please contribute to the Red the men 'who were moved to Cookman College in cooperation with the "Florida Star the Miami Spelling with
friends there and here.
By Mrs. Cornelia ShorterMr. many
building
Cross fund drive. Bethune-Manor. The new -
Times the Florida Sentinel and the Pittsburgh Courier. Dallas Graham had of
charge
will include a lounge, guestroom Miss Macon was the finalist with Theodore Lockhart of Gibbs
John Henry Turner was the Daytona Fla. Elizabeth local arrangements.
Mrs. E. J. Vreen returned to kitchenette and a room for High School/%! Petersburg. Lockhart won a $200 scholarship and a Macan of Middleton Senior
house guest of his sister Mrs. High
Melbourne Monday after a very the Dean of Girls. trophy. Miss Andrea Folson of Booker T. Washington High School,
Elizabeth Andrew, of Orlando, for School Tampa, Florida won the
pleasant Easter visit at home with Miami was third place winner and received a $100 scholarship and a first State-Wide Kiwanis Club Awards
the Easter holidays.Mr. High School
her husband. observed their trophy. Receiving bronze keys Miss Christine Quarterman ofMoor.s
They Duvol Vocational Adult was Contest
Spelling the $300.00 Tuition Trophy Young LadyThe
30th wedding anniversary Easter Academy. Dade City, and Miss Virginia Carnegie of Williston
S. Wilson and family were And Veterans Schools To Scholarship. Trophy, and
Vocational SchooL Williston.Dr. .
Sunday.' Mrs. Vreen will returnto High
house guests of his parents last Bronze Key. Miss Macan was the Jacksonville Beach Kiwanis
her home in Palatka on the Sponsor Open House Event Thurman W. Standback chairman of the Homananities Division -
Sunday. finalist with Theodore Lockhartof Club of which Charles E.
15th, of this month. at the college and Miss Marion Speight. chairman of the department
Gibbs High School St. Peters- Young is president and also as
of Foreign Languages..conducted the spelling bee conleiL.
The first annual house of
Eddie Mae and Katherine Wal- open burg Florida. He stumbled on president of the Beach Chamberof
The many,friends of Mr. James the Duval County Vocational Miss Martha M. BarheL librarian and Carver Portlock of the
ker were the very pleasant house the word "gesticulation", Commerce, presented its tro-
Foster Jr. formerly ,of Palatka, guest ol their grandmother, Mrs. School will be held April 25, 1956 Speech and Drama department were time keepers. and she spelled it correctly. Lock- phy from the Chamber to young

but now of Jacksonville were Edward Benthone principal, announced. -
r hard
Mary Wilson. won a $200.00 scholarship Miss Gwendolyn Wanda Brown
glad to see him here over the Easter and a trophy. 4-H Club member of the Jackson
01! Church Meet
week-end. Laymen Bapiist !
The feature is by'all
sponsored
Mr and Mrs. R. Shorter Mr. The third place winner was ville Beach School 4-H Club for

and Mrs. Joe Brown and Mrs. three divisions of the school-the Miss Andrea Folsom of Booker T. outstanding unit participation in
AtiH.. H. Mackey and Mr. P. Veterans Night School Adult In Fifteenth Annual SessionsBY
Blanch Green, motored to Pom- II Washington High School. Miami, the Veterans pay parade of 1955.
W..Sampson are in the city this School and Day Trade School
ona Park, and Welaka Florida, Florida. Miss Folsom received a The award was presented to the
week in the interest of 'the Cen-
last Sunday. Program. II$100.00 scholarship, and trophy. young lady at the' National 4-H
EDDIE VREEN
tral life Insurance Co. Ernest Wilson of the Day Trade Miss Christine Quarterman of Club Week observance
during
GAINESVILLE, Fla. The program for the fifteenth annual
Mrs. Marion Hamilton was the faculty has been appointed gen. :Moore's Academy, Dade City, Flo-. Friday. Mrs. Orpha Lee Jacksonand
many sessions of the Laymen's Movement, an auxiliary to the General Bap- '
friends of Mrs. Carrie eral chairman of the affair.
rida, and Miss Carnegie
Virginia Miss Jessie M. Caine
at the Easter ad-
special visitor program are
tist State Convention of Florida of which the Rev. J. A. F. Finlayson
Mercer will be glad to learn Visitors visit all shops and
held Sunday at the St Field may ef Wi ll.i s t Q n Vocational High visors to the 4-H Club and prin-
president this week here in the Mt. Pleasant Church this
began ,
that the is convalesdng"nicely classrooms of the school from 8:30a. :
Church. School, Williston Florida, re- cipal of the school is R. IL Cook.It .
after having been quite ill for m. until 9:30 p. m. and will be city, where the Rev. George Frank Ponder serves as pastor and ceived Bronze Keys. was stated the of 4-H

several months. conducted through the buildingby will close Sunday April, with fine sessions planned at that time. program
The word callers were Dr. Club activities is under the direc-
Shorthand Typing student guides. Souvenirs I President at the convening bodyis Thurman W. Stanback Chairmanof tion of Mrs. Ethel M. Powell is

Mrs. S. W. Adair of West Palm made in the various shops will be F. L. Cotton. Pensacola, and the Industrial and Memorial Collegeof the Humanities Division, Home Demonstration Agent.

Beach,,Fla, was the very pleasant Contest To Be Held given to all visitors who pass vice president C. L. Bulalock of St Augustine, and the princi- Bethune-Cookman College, and

houseguest; of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. through the building. Foley. Alex Maxwell is secretaryand pal address were delivered in the Miss Marion Speight, Chairman of

Hines. Mrs. Adair returned. ,to her Daytona Beach The Com- Special features of the open hails from Melbourne, and the afternoon session by Dr. R. W. the Department of Foreign Lan- Assault On Boy

home Monday. merce Department and Pi OmegaPi house include an exhibition of treasurer is Chester Shell of Hawthorne Puryear, president there. Night guages. Miss Martha M. Berhel

Honorary Fraternity will spon- items made by students of the The Rev. O. 'A. Pinkstonis persons on program Thursdaywere Librarian, and Mr. Carver Port-
annual statewide an instructor and the' Rev. R. Cornell Henderson of Haw- Charged To 3
Putnam County Several men sor the first various trades in the shops dem- lock of Speech and Drama were
were initiated into the Prince Hall shorthand typing contest at Beth onstrations of shop techniques and Leander Jones,' minister of Cen- thorne, the West Union Church the timers.

in Palatka une-Cookman April tral Baptist Church at Jackson- choir of Jacksonville and preach-
Masonic Lodge Friday College -on skills and illustrations of the The Spelling Bee is sponsored Tallahassee Eugene Smith
night at which time a "Widow's 20-21.. latest techniques and skills and ville is dean of the convention. ing was the Rev. W. M. Cum- Bethune-Cookman a
annually by 15-year-old Negro boy, told policehe
Son" was organized. John Boyd Thirty-five schools are expected illustrations of the latest methods After the official board opening mings, minister of that congrega- College, in cooperation with the was twice assaulted by three

was elected Worshipful Master. to, participate in the contest used in Adult Education.As session Wednesday 'morn'ng with tion, whose alternate was the Rev.:
"Florida Star", the "Florida Sen- unidentified white here
Visitors from other lodges pres- Trophies will be awarded to the a special attraction several the president in'the presiding role, W. B. Ladson of Ocala. Mrs.I men on
tinel", "Miami Times", and the Friday. The boy claimed he was
ent were: Jerry Terrell John E; winners of both contests by Geo- valuable projects made in the the afternoon sessions presentedin Agnes Hall rendered a solo. "Pittsburg Courier". kicked beaten and cursed for no

Bradford the Rev. L. W. Howard rge Stuart of Orlando. shops will be given away as door various capacities H. H. Maxey, Friday program participantswere apparent reason by these men

III Futz A. Christain Peter Tucker. prizes to persons who take advantage P. W. Simpson, Nathan Donald- Marion Patterson of Jack- outside local
a ball park. He said
Lonnie Taylor, Jasper Bryant, Men Are SentencedFor of the guided tours throughthe son the inspirational address by sonville, B. Brown of the same Pomona Park News he never saw the men before and

H. W. Wilcox W. M. Bryant, J. W. building.A Mr. Vreen a deacon of MU Cal- city Mrs. Mary DeBose and ; knew of no reason for the attack.

Williams, MelVin Williams Irvin Child LaborSt special invitation is extendedto vary Baptist Church of Palatka speaker of the afternoon was F. L. The Chief of Police Frank

R. Boyd, Henry Hutcherson F. all persons in industry to visit whose subject'was "Creating Hampton of Leesburg. His subjectwas By Mrs. Florence McBride Stoutamire is investigating.The .

Fletcher, Johnnie Givens, Clar- Augustine St. Johns the school and see how the future Christ Like Personality. Night "Attractiveness of Christian Services at Mt. Tamo Baptist youth also said he had left

ence Johnson Theodore Roosevelt County Judge Charles C. Mathis mechanics are being trained. services Wednesday presented Character." Church were highly enjoyable two friends at the gate of the ball

Ruth Walter Junior, Rev. .J. P. imposed sentences of $50 each or James Porter a deacon of Ocala, Appearing Friday evening were throughout the day. Rev. Daniel and
park was walking home alone
Reeves, Rev. H. S. Reeves ,and 10[ days in jail on Jim Bryant and the Mt Moriah Church choir of Charles Bennett of Ocala, the Gandy of Palatka delivered the when the men grabbed him. He

111. John C. Flowers. Punch Mulberry, Palatka m n. NAACP Demands Gainesville; Mrs. Marie Collins of choir of West Friendship Baptist morning message. The ordinationof also said he escaped and starting

The charges were brought last Second Bethel Church Dennel- Church Jacksonville, and the Harrison Edwards Sr. to be-
running, but the assailants caughtup
Miss.Johnnie'Lee Wright is in May by Robert E. Lee, agent for enon, and the sermon of the preacher was the Rev. R. L. Wil- come a,deacon was held. Rev. J.
FBI Probe Of with him in a car two blocks
Gainesville representing the Sunday the Florida Industrial Commis- night was preached by the Rev.S. son of Jacksonville, with the Rev. G. Pearce, delivered the evening away and again beat and kicked

School of the Calvary Baptist sion, and involved the furnishingof W. White of Lake Helen. His Rapdolph Lee of Daytona Beach sermon and Holy Communionwas him According to the youth them

- Church. children under 14,years of age DefacedBills alternate was the Rev. James serving as the alternate. administered.The .
(>n appeared to have been drink-
j ',. for employment in the potato Medlock of East Palatka. Scheduled to appear Saturdayand ing.

Mrs. Luella Hunter who is recovering fields during the school hours. Thursday speakers at three sessions Sunday are John Davis of Easter program was held
ATLANTA Irked the implication
by -
from injuries in an' auto were G. W. White an ad- Edgar, H G. Luckie, who will deliver Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. In
that it has been
accident wishes to thank her PATRONIZE respon- dress by W. W. Johnson of this an address the choir of Mt the church. It was enjoyed by all rourEditorial
sible for defacing U, S. ,
many friends for their kind deeds, currency city, whose subject was "MotivesIn Sinai Baptist Church of Miami, who attended. Page
StarAdvertisers the Atlanta NAACP has -
beautiful cards and words of Florida expressed Evangelism"; Mr. McMeekins, the Rev. Finlayson who will
for
Speaks Progress
with U. S. Secret
cheer. I impatience S. W. Cooper of Clermont. the ex speak and the awards of credit Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill
Service for being: unableto I
agents cellent choir of Florida Normal will he presented by Dean Jones. Friends are asked to visit her. Every Week
,.. .. find the persons who stampedthe
::, ,
0 bills with the inscription


"Help J. H.NAACP.Calhoun" president of the -- "I NEVER DID I

Atlanta NAACP branch, has said

of Secret Service work on the
I case: "I cannot see' why in six good as I could as good as I knew I should until I started
po-s
monthsthey could not track down taking S.S.S. TONIC to re-build my iron-starved blood." S.S.S.

.rr the perpetrators of this fraud as
they would have done in the case w:74 TONIC supplies that extra iron energy you need to feel as'good

of counterfeit or stolen currency." as you should. Iron Deficiency Anemia slows you down. Start

Noting that he had written to
wmr*ttmsr stuma U. S. Treasury Department con- today with 5.5.5. and'watch how this potent iron tonic beginsto

1WI"1fIAI8H1IHM' cerning the matter, Mr. Calhoun perk up your appetite and to make you feel good again fast

disclosed that he also had com- N
.... municated directly with the Sec- :..:. This combination of iron and Nature's own roots
... .....
ret Service and the Atlanta Police. P and herbs has never been duplicated. Millions


11049 U tlfdt r rwedW DepartmentThe NAACP official asserted ina depend S.S.S.TONIC' to keep them feeling ;-

m Net kgrfatt ....... statement to the press that the as,good as they should. Why(don you? test

of with the .,
stamping currency
build iron-rich blood with .
Begin now to
initials of his organization "ap
> test KS!' HAAlt T-O AVl
pears to be a,trick of some of our S.S.S. TONIC, in liquid or convenient tab- I

enemies who are trying to embarrass -
us." Jets available at all drug counters.S.S.S.TONIC. 1

The NAACP would have noth- 1

ing to do with stamping.anything ;1J$.'<.).( 2 _

on a dollar bill" he declared. ,










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Brentwood Course Makes Ready For, Golf Tournament rontarebpedl most omeningfoedmp { B !:,






.- Wealthy Prize' Awards Awailiig Golf Tournament Trophies I Says Newcomhe



Winers h Three_Deparimeiis ;... : .1t.;-,.<,, $PORT$ Threw At HimCLEARWATER



-Willie "Pud-
The annual Gate City Open Golf Tournament will be played on
din Head" Jones, star third base-
the scenic Brentwood golf course Thursday, April 12 through April FMSNE$ for the
man Philadelphia Phillies
16. This tournament will draw top golfers from all sections of the r;.
.was knocked unconscious in an
country who will be competing for the $3,000 prize event in active '
: !exhibition between the

play. ; > :r1, it).: : : The official nickname of the Phillies and game the Dodgers. A fast
It has been stated by the committee ", .
\ ... .::; .. Washington Senators is the Na- II ball thrown by Big Don New-
in charge that the opening tionals.: And that, can be taken
; combe struck him behind the
ear.
day will. be used for practice Negro Catcher : ; ; \. FI 1 literally this year. The three key When Newcombe had turned

rounds only. .I' men in the strategy departmentare
.. .. loose the ball in the fifth inning
Many improvements have been Barred In Soilh .J it tt. n..+" .,;,,'. e.. ",ii.):.<' ." all former National leaguers- he shouted "Look out, Willie" but
: r .
0'';< c.
; "'<. -
made at the Brentwood fairways -. '..,' ..,".' ....' ..... .. v. Manager Chuck Dressen and Jones didn't have a chance to

which makes it one of the most .S' ; >sg: ." < /: :4<"" Coaches Cookie Lavegetto and duck. When he was hit, he

modern in the country. It has a BLOOMINGTON, Ind. The '. 1 Billy Jurges. The late Clark Griffith crumpled to the ground at the
.
enlarged news was released a few days ago .. :.. didn't like the Senators
name
watering
W
new system I ; ,.: ::6B>f.i. .. plate bleeding from the ear.
clubhouses and other improve- i I that Eddie Wihtehead, a Negro I. .. -said it took away from the dig- Newcombe said after the pitch, he

which will be made avail- catcher on Indiana University's nity of the United States Senate.He .
ments These are the trophies which will be awarded the amateur winners in the Second Annual $3,000 threw a fast ball that slipped out
able to the guests during their baseball team would not be per- proved his point one day when
Gate City Open Golf Tournament io be held at the Brentwood Municipal Golf Course on April 1215. of his fingers.
the mitted to play in games,that Were Cincinnati beat Washington in an
play on course.It There will be 5 flights for the amateurs with 3 flights in the women's division. The professionals will Jones said the big pitcher deliberately
scheduled in Georgia and Florida,
has also been stated that the exhibition game. One afternoon him. Jones is
receive $2.000 in cash to be dirided among the winners.A .- threw at
but school officials said this
professionals the groundkeepersand I newspaper carried the headline, and the but Dr Lock-
would not happen again. record-breaking field of golfers are expected to participate in this year's event. The trophiesare up on go, ,
: "Reds Murder Senators
all others connected with the wood said further X-rays wouldbe
:
John on display at the Hollywood Music_Store. 60S W. Ashley Si. .
W.
Ashton university.
have the
course promise to Bourse I taken to determine the cause

in first class cpndition. vice president, said the games Remember Max Lanier, who of the bleeding from the ear. No

Such stars in the golf game as I were scheduled without knowledge I Coaches AnnouncedFor used to pitch for the Cardinals? fractures were revealed.

of Florida and Georgia laws The "little lefthander," a little
Sam Woodsoa and Clarence
SPORTING IT UPBY
that forbid amateur athletic Annual Clinic
Brown and many others in the I con bulkier now, has been workingout
tests between Negroes and whites. with the Phillies in Florida
pro-am divisions will be in Jack-
But he added: C. PARHAM JOHNSON TALLAHASSEE-Florida A & FLORIDA STAR
sonville to compete.The amateursand just for fun. The Sporting News

the in previous years "The university in the future MUniversity has mvade an offi- recalls how Edd Roush when

have expressed pros their delight in will not schedule games with any Baseball fans you are invitedto PAT SCANTLEBURY.. another cial ,announcement that nine with the Redlegs and the Giants, IN EVERY

playing in Jacksonville. school which does not or if forbidden take a trip with me to peek in rookie pitcher with the Reds is coaches have been signed up for used to hate spring training. Yet,
i on the major leaguese spring going like wild fire. He has given the 12th annual football and
law of base-
Jacksonville is awaiting the ,by to provide equal for years after he was out COLORED HOME
training camps. Since you have his manager and the front office basketball clinic June
coming of Charlie.Sifford, Teddy II treatment to all athletes, regard- coaching ball, he would work out with the
less of accepted the invitation here we something to really talk about. 1116. old-fashioned
Rhodes, Zeke Hartsfield and race. Redlegs, wearing an
I. go. We will stop first at the White His pitching has been sensational,
others in their class who have According to announcements by The coaches signed are: Ara Cincinnati uniform.

performed in many sections of the Ashton. Whitehead, a sophomorefrom Sox Camp. and he looks like, a sure bet to Parseghian of Northwestern, Paul .

country for the trophies plaquesand Madison, Ind., made the .LARRY DOBY. of the Chicago stick.On Dietzel of Louisiana State, BobWoodruff If the rookies trying out for
White Sox has not been bangingout to the capitol city of :
cash prizes.Jacksonville Southern trip but did not play of the University of major league berths get nervous te.
home runs, but he has con- Washington for a visit with the
with the team Florida Florida Chuck Mather of Kansas
also remember against these days it's only natural Al-
such performers as Frank Stephens State and Georgia Teachers. tinued to drive in runs consist- Washington Senators. Tom Nugent of Florida State, most every day, the camp is 'iJtptamatie.ffOJUQUQftTACTf.
ently with his timely hitting. He JULIO BECQUER. th e Cuban .
"This will be avoid- Allen of Kansas Gomer
Tex Cillery James (Dean occurrence Phog crowded with minor league officials -
ed in the future" Ashton said. continues to roam the centerfield first baseman looks like the real line coach
Jones Oklahoma
Blue) Everett, a Jaxorf who star- ; hovering about the young
pasture like he did at Cleveland. thing in his fielding to Manager .
red in many fields of sports; Rich- Frank.Broyles, Georgia Techbackfield talent about to be shipped backto
Throughout the spring training Charlie Dressen. The big questionis NI
coach and Graves
Ray
ard Gardner,Willie Wynn George the minors.
Harris and others. Louis Looks GoodIn grind he has been the sparkplug will he be able to hit well Georgia Tech line coach. .
many for-the Sox.CONNIE. enough to stick in the majors. ...
The Gate City Open will pre- Only six major league players
Wrestle Game JOHNSON of the The question was answered a few NO LIQUOR BXlATHfVMM
toJ'acksonviJle.many of the: White Sox.' threw a shut-out" his days ago when he Unloaded a base MOORE TO BOX have ever hit home runs batting
in the nation. I I
best golfers WASHINGTON, D. C.-Former first time out when he pitched a emptying triple against the Phil- II I both left-handed and righthanded -

heavyweigh boxing champion Joe 5-0 win for the White Sox B team adelphia Phillies. I in one game. The last one was

Coach Blasts AAU. Louis a rsto have decided against Charleston of the American CARLOS PAULA. the fleet- SALT LAKECITY-A 10-round Mickey Mantle, who switchhittwo I
app
non-title bout has been scheduledfor in Yankee Stadium last May.:
that wresstling will be his career Association. Johnson is show- footed flash from the Charlotte

Kansas basketball Coach Phog from now on. A few days ago Joe ing some of his old time form each Hornets who made a hit last light heavyweight champion The others who did it before him I

Allen has come out with another ha' dhis first wresting match, at time he toes the rubber., .season with the Washington Senators Archie Moore for the Fairgrounds were Augie Galan of the Cubs,
Coliseum in Salt Lake City April Lucadello of the Browns,
blast at the AAU, ,He says he which time he met and defeated We will now move over to the seems to have lost a bit of Johnny I 5

likes the group "like a fellow Cowboy Rocky Lee in Uline National League park and look in the flash that he exhibited when 19, promoter Dave Reynolds an- Red Schoendienst of the Cardi-
nounced recently. nals, Jim Russell of the Dodgers,
likes garlic for breakfast. arena. on the Chicago,Cubs. he first arrived in WashingtonLPaula
said Moore's and Rip Collins of the Cubs.
still wield wicked Reynolds opponentis
can a .
Joe had a contract for just one
.
bout, but after a successful beginning DON EADDY, rookie third piece of timber. yet to be selected, adding Moore

Orioles PitcherTo he announced that he baseman of the Cubs, has made Are you readyk to take a jump signed the contract with no Enos Slaughter the Athletics I .

VancouverThe might take on some more oppon- such an impressive showing that over to St. Louis to peek,in at the strings attached as to the opponent says age has nothing to do with i .3r
'
ents if the fans want to see him the Cubs manager has expressed St. Louis Cardinals? Well here saying "I'll take on any man playing baseball. Slaughter will

Baltimore Orioles have sent continue as wrestler.. high hopes for him and thinks we go.BIG. in the world. I don't care how big' be 40 years old on' April 27.: '.' 4

pitcher Bob Harrison to Van- A crowd of 4,500 watched Louis that he will make the Cubs a very TOM ALSTON is the big he is." Slaughter said 111 keep going so

couver In the Pacific Coast Lea- make his,debut as a wrestler and valuable man. His two run homer question mark around the Card- Among those under consideration -. long as my legs hold up and I .

gue. Harrison pitched in the there were wild cheers that went' against the New York Giants inals camp. There .is no question as the possible opponent, think I can help the club. Base- J

Western League last year. up from the crowd as Joe regis. helped his club defeat the Giants about his fielding ability. The Reynolds said, are Frankie.Dan- ball is a great game. There's still

tered his 10-minute victory over 3-2. big 6-foot 5-inch infielder is quitea iels a California light heavy who thrill in it."

NO HIT. NO RUN SAD SAM spectacular fellow around first dropped a decision to Moore in 5S555Shortstop

Lee.Louis acknowledged after the JONES of the Cubs pitched two- base. Tim's ability'to bat is his Hollywood recently; Bob Satter- Harvey Kuenn is the

WATCH THIS CLOWN match that he wouldn't mind a hit ball for three innings and big throw back. If he could postan field Chicago heavyweight; How- Tigers' leadoff hitter because he

few more bouts: .He has served as came in with a run scoring doublein average of about .280, he ard King, Reno heavyweight, and is superstitious about any other

29-362-81 a wrestling referee for at least that same game. Jones is con- would be hard to move off that Gene Robinson, Los Angeles batting spot. Manager Bucky Harris -

73-34-686 two years. Another_former heavy sidered one of the Cubs top notch first base bag. He sets the leagueon heavyweight. won't disturb his shortstop's

weight served as referee in Joe's pitchers. SOLLY DRAKE is also fire during spring training and superstition. Kft Since
I
initial .appearance, that refereewas showing speed and power. the early part of the season but 1721. .
Post
5 6 Jersey Joe Walcott. All aboard,for Milwaukee. he fades out as the season grows Coach Quits

.2 9 HANK AARON continues to be old.What For Law Career INCOME. Short TAX Form RETURNS$2.00 RELSM
the peer of the crowd around the are the Yankees doing t
3 1 No weded Farm $4.00 I .
__ surgery Braves camp. He is pounding the about Elston Howard? Long
Basketball Coach Johnny Dee The World'sMost
ball in mid-season form. Hank ELSTON HOWARD the ques: NED JACKSONTAX

43-18-5 to reduce swelling appears all set for the coming tion mark of the Yankees one has quit his post at Alabama. EXPERT 1 Honored Vodka
Dee he intends to enter
says 133 Clay Si. Ph. EL 6-3703
99-12-53 mark
is question no
a
campaignBILL year ago business and make use of 00 ft IM Proof.Made has O eJs fcyUUtdv
private
of 9 A1!. 'Till 9 P.M. I
ofain1u1piles BRUTON. a team mate more. Howard has it made. He
his law degree. Dee leaves almost *CI*.CoUnmQto{ ,IId..LU.
$........ .... ap Aaron is also showing some signsof has seen much action during the team he i
s........ ..'. tfow IB StaIn1eS doctor's pan tests mItantlY, raising relieved becoming a power hitter. lIe training season behind the bat. simultaneously with the

He m4d.. subtract* pfler tortenl Gave tntemal and has been slamming home runs, Bill Dickey, coach of the Yankees met as freshmen four years ago.
H. works It alt!! ....... external relief wttheot IIUl'IeI'Jt51ngnd1er1t" is He coached that squad into a
doubles and triples like he and one of baseball's all time .
4 relieve powerhouse that won the South-
ready t ohear the old familiar call greats said recently that Howardhas
FOR APRIL 14th fweEka. sit. eastern Conference title this year. "
"Play BalL"Well a better throwing arm than
walk in conf ort!Onlystalnless 1 pfle
21-83-54 remedy.; Stainless Paso9 Suppositories what are they doing in Yogi Berra. The times that he HOURT"CLEANERS .
"
ce Otntmeat at druggists.SKY7EW Cincinnati? Let us take a look has'been behind the bat, he has still depend on the strong right'

and see. handled himself like a veteran arm fleet-footed, hard hitting

_ BROOKS LAWRENCE. the receiver. Casey Stengel says he Willie Mays. On several occasions \ !

horse of the St. Louis Card to Howard behind the
THIEF' work plans use during the training season Mays "
CATCH A
'TO
,
STRAK1 inals during his rookie year two I plate often to give Yogi a rest.DON'T has pulled the game out of the

Plus? "ANGELA" seasons ago looks like 'Bread _. fire and saved the day for his be-,
SUN. THRU WED. cast the waterIt seems WORRY ABOUT THE
upon Giants.
APRIL I.11 loved -
THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY APRIL- 12.14 j like:he has come to Manager Birdie DODGERS they ar;;' still intact. ."Jnc..

B..art: -WE'RE NO ANGELS"Edw. Tebbets of the Cincinnati Reds There is a fight to"the finish forth

Ain.U: MAN OF CONFLICT' four fold. Lawrence was obtained third base job between the PATRONIZE -

from the Cardinals in a winter one and only Jackie Robinson and BACHELOR BUNDLES

I BOOSEYELT trade. All through the spring Ransom Jackson. Jackson was OUR .

training grind. Lawrence has the starthird baseman-of the

S... T... April B-10 SMa. Tact. -, April .-'10 shown the form he exhibited in Chicago Cubs'before going to the ADVERTISERS
1st R.. Thriller
"BOB Y WARE IS MISSING" "RETURN OF JACK SLADE" 1954 when he won 15 and lost six Dodgers in a trade. 'There.doesntseem 5 HOUR SERVICE

Pint -MAN FROM LARAMIE -.4- for the Cardinals. Tebbets is well to be a vague ,chance of

W.4. n.,.. April 11 .12. "SHACK OUT ON 101"W pleased with his showing. Chcio Fernandez unseating the Learn Commercial Art Itntthu, 1.na4eN4114. ,lalde.I" .

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Triple. Bill ... Tbvrs. April 11 -12Wra. JOE BLACK, the old Brooklyn veteran PeeWee Heese-Jpr Start AartiBte ,..
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BY JAY JAY "IU
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Set Eureka-Lavilla Tennis Club A Jacksonville wife engaged ina 5a
: On Tuesday of last week in the city of Jacksonville madness will sponsor match-play a get- fight Monday with her husband

descended upon the population for a few hours. The prime reason acquainted project 'on Sunday in and suffered a bruised head and

for this state of madness was the descent upon the town of Jackie AU citizens of the Eastside are the Lavill Park Court beginningat body, according to police reports.,

Robinson and Company known as The Brooklyn Dodgers.*' Robbie asked to attend a meeting at 3 p. m. The victim was Ann Johnson,' I

and company proceeded to wreck havoc upon crew from the "Beer the Oakland Elementary School The club, accepted the vice- 30, of 1711 West Second Street E. J

Capital" led: by "Hammerin: Hank" Aaron Tex Corington. Eddie Thursday.nigh April 12, 1956. at president;, 'Ernest Wilson, as the who was treated at Duval Medical -c ,

Matthews and others. 7:30 p. m.Reports. presiding'officer to complete the Center, stated her husband, Willie 4'a ,

Sam and them from far and will be made by some unexpired"term of the
came near. In fact the New BallPark resigned Johnson of the same address en- vV, ,

was almost filled to capacity early in the morning. After the of the County officials who are president '_ .* gaged in a fight with her at homein .. ii L

shouting died down "Aunt Haggar's Chillun" began to find fault seeking office in the May pri- Plans 'were made for refresh- which he beat her and stampedher.

.with the happenings. Some of the complaints ranged from the sub- maries.Sponsored. : ments for 'players and spectatorsand .
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lime to the ridiculous. Most of them centered around seating. It by the Committee the presiding officer appointed Det. Sgts. G. T. Jones and R. B.

seems as tho the management of the local club had about 2500 grandstand men and Women of the fourth on this committee, Joseph Mc- Whittington investigated. j jl.I

ducats available and sold the children of color almost twice ward. Cray. Ernest Grooms. Frank

that number. When Sam and us presented our tickets to the gatewe Rev. B. L. Wynn president of Priestly: Emmett Reed Mrs. Are-

were sent to the bleachers but fast., To poor Sam not only was the Lavilla Community Civic tha Jones and Mrs. Elma Barnes. Help Wanted WAR IS MISSING :"' ': No.i21

this humiliating but it cost him $1.25 to.sit in a 75f area. Club, has issued an announcement The club) will participate in the .. i

Sam also complained about the lack of box seats for us. In fact urging all citizens of precinct 5D, tournament sponsored by the Maid. Settled Two anxious parents await word about their son in the above
5C and 8D and residents of the Recreation woman with refer-
,
there were none. Spec Richardson and crew stated that we refusedto Department of Dayto scene from the brand new first run suspense thriller "BOBBY
2 in
buy box seats last them all to Mr. Charlie. Cleveland St. Ellis St, Union St., Beach on April 13-14 at Be- ences. family. 8:30 to 6 WARE IS MISSING."
year so they gave Phone EL showing Sunday through Tuesday at the
p. m. 6-5511. Mrs. I
and Street
Logan to meet thune.Cookman
Natch the boys on the block called Mr. Richardson a "you knowwhat" area College CourtArrangements Sanders. Roosevelt Theatre. Co-hit is the technicolor Cinemascope super-
Wednesday, April 11, at 8 p. m. were also madeto western. "MAN "
and stated that it was all planned. We ain't taking sides but FROM LARAMIE.
in the Abyssinia Baptist Church, attend the executive committee
we do think the management of the local club owes their most loyal
corner Union and Dewitt Streets. meeting of the Florida Tennis Baby-sitter. 5 p. m. to. 1 a. m.
fans, Sam and us, an explanation. We remember the old days on
Some of the city and highway of- Association on April 29 at the Mrs. Corene Bass, 819 West 21st Husband Uses
Myrtle Ave. when if it wasn't for us the local club.would have run Street. Jax Wife Slabs
ficials will be present. It has been Cypress Street Recreation Centerin
out of red ink. Funny how short one's memory can be. We hope
Messrs. Richardson, Wolfson and Geraghty realize that our dollars asked by the officers of the club Daytona Beach I Him
Maid.
that persons attending the meet- The organization.is is planning to Competent. 5 days a week. Pipe On Wife PlayfullyA
and presence is one of the reasons the local club leads the leaguein $20.00
weekly. Phone EX 8-7348.
attendance. ing bring their renewal cards with send a delegation and players to _

you. Refreshments wil be served. the Florida Tennis Association
U for no other reason there is a moral one. The ball park is a tournament in Nassau Bahamason Dependable woman to care for A 35-year old woman reportedthat Jacksonville husband told
tax supported municipal We have right to all of the facilities police officers he was stabbed
area. a August 1318.Residential children and prepare meals. 5Vz she was struck across the
even if they are the so-called separate but equaL In fact the nine days a week. 7 to 4:30 p. m. head by her husband with a pieceof playfully by his wife in the bed-

old men in D. C. have just ruled out all segregation in tax supported Young WomanIs through September parties and business weekly Bonair subdivision Phone EL iron pipe Monday in her home. room of their home at 229 East

recreational areas. The box.seats should be available for us regardless meetings on the first Wednesdayand 6-2406 Mrs. Annie Massey, 36, of 2110 State Street, and.was treated at

;:. Frankly we believe someone is spoofing and they just don't Cut By Jaxon third Sunday in each month Woodside Street was beaten dur- Duval show.Medical Center, police reports -

want us to have box sections. were decided Maid. To live on premises. Ponte ing a fight in the home, and was
upon. The"victim
c Over the week-end we journeyed to New Berlin and had a boat Vedra Inlet. 3 meals, uniforms treated at Duval Medical Center, suffered lacerationswith

racing hood time. Folk were on hand.from Orlando cross the line in Treated for pocket knife lacer- furnished. 8:30 to 4:30 p. m. police state. a pocket knife on the left

George St. Augustine and other points far and near. The fellows ations about the nose, left ear and 3 UNIVERSITIESHAVE $65.00 monthly. Police learned that the argu- side of the face. He, Willie Na-

from the New Berlin Outboard Club took most ot the awards. We parts of a cheek inflicted on her DIFFERENT ment between the couple ended in britt 31, told police his wife

.saw a lot of folk on hand we didn't know were racing fans. Among by a man Tuesday was Mary Griffin ADMIT STANDARDS Maid. To live on premises be- the fight in which the husband Thelma Nabritt also 31, cut hjin
I while the of
them were Leila Gray and her party Harry White of the Roose- 21, of 1015 Odessa Street who tween 50 and 60. General housework grabbed a piece of iron and usedit two them were play-
in the bedroom.
velt Hotel was on hand snapping pictures. There were all sort of was taken to Duval Medical Cen- no laundry. 5258 103rd to bruise the right side of his ing ,
(Continued from Page 1)) I DeL Sgts. J. M. Parker and G.
camera bugs with every type camera from "Brownies" to Nikons.All ter,.according to police reports. diction over their own admissions Street Phone EV 7-6693. wife's head. H. Hurlbert

of the camera bugs missed the most thrilling shot however. One The victim was cut at First and within certain restrictions.Set Sgts. R. B: Whittington and C. investigated.

of the racers began to.show off and whoops he was in the water \ Bridier Streets and police were Policy Maid. General house work. T. Jones investigated.

A happy ending was that both persons in the boat managed to told the accused is Thomas McBride The board declared eligible for Care for children. Mr. Snow, I FLORIDA STAR

flounder ashore 0< Ed "Politicking" Kohleman was :eplescent in a of the same address and 511 Ridgecrest Avenue.

white hat and was accompanied by his family and madam. He provided that he slashed the woman afteran who admission attain high grades school on the'high students Peacemaker StruckIn IN EVERY

the amphlifier system without charge Ethel Cook was on argument between the two school test "which Maid. General house work and COLORED HOME
place them
hand] pretty in a red dress and her high heeled .shoes Tillie progressed in a fight which endedin above the ,scores attained by the care for two children. Mr. Head By Girl

Alexander and Dick Foster along with Harry Alexander and his the victim's cutting. Police said lowest Guiesandorff 5431 Sharon Driveon
eight per cent of freshmen
missus were also among the spectators. the pair argued because McBride admitted in September 1955, south-side. Phone EX 8-1292. Struck across an eye with a

George Christopher was as busy as a one-armed man in a opposed the woman going into the to the piece of wood by one of two girls
university at which admis-
bowling alley. He and his aides provide snappy and fast service street late the night of the cut- sion is sought"University Cook. 6 days a week., Blanding who were fighting. at 19th and Blade Changing Quicker'Gillette

George's dad Joe Christopher presided over the bar-b-que pit and house restaurant 8948 Lem Grunthal Streets Sunday when
of Florida Registrar
f for all his sevent -odd years he is as spry as his sons. ting.Det.. Sgts. G. T.. Jones R. B. R. S. Johnson said this would Turner Road. Bus 16 BeverlyHill. she tried to stop the fight was '

-- On'Tuesday morning at the Duval County Armory the Jackson- Whittington and Patrolman R. G. mean the University of Florida 9:30 to 7 p.. m. $27.00 a Edna White, 31, of 1603 West! 19th

ville Symphony Orchestra will sponsor their second annual concert Allen investigated. will generally limit admission to week. Street according to police re BLUE BLADES

for colored school kids. We think every teacher should see that his ports. IN HANDY DISPENSER
high school students who rank in
or her class is on hand. This group.of musicians under the leadershipof Maid.. 5 days a week. 10431 Tied- The victim was treated at Du- withetedblade
the top 60 per cent on the tests.
Dr. Christian Pfhol is one of the leading civic music groups in mont road in Highlands. Bus 16 val Medical Center and was not
WOBSPROGRAM He said only eight percent of ieoaiparfntifc
.the Southeast. freshmen entering last semester Beverly Hills. 1:3(1: ( to 6:30 50 able to identify the girls engagedin

Out,at the Two Spot on Monday night a group of musicians from SCHEDULE had scored below the ,,40th cents an hour and car fare. the fight. She suffered lacera- 20 tot 10 roc

Atlanta, Georgia almost stole the show from the FAMU Collegians.It per- tions of the left eye. -
centile on the tests.
is true the FAMU group are a "wailing" crew but the fans all coo MONDAY. SlID on- FRIDAY Charles Walker, Florida State Maid. 5 days a week. 2538 River Det. Sgts. R. B. Whittington andG.

swear that the Georgia boys "out-wailed" them. On the subject of (*e C:*! Capsule News A Weather Road. Phone FL 95688. Mrs. T. Jones investigated.
University registrar said he did
1:11It HeaTen's Road (Melvin ,
Joe passed interesting note the other day. He -Leff.
music, Higdon us an Grace) not yet know what
,:It 7.-M Capsule News A Weather percentile was
to ship the late Bill McDonald's record collection to
was preparing 1Z 8:00 The Rid Bob Hudson
( ) made by the bottom eight per cent
his sister, Mrs. Hattie McKissick in New York. McDonald had a col- S.-OO S.-03: Cpsule News A WeatherS Babysitter5Vt days a week. "You Can't Gel
*} 9.-0* The Kid (Boll Hudson) of last semester's freshmen there. Hardly
lection valued at over $1200.It ranged from top-notch classics to collectors I** 9M: Capsule News Weather Johnson said the University of Hours vary. 1437 Ionia Street.

items in jazz. To the best of our knowledge, only Officer 941 10:00 Jompln with Johnny Mrs. J. Waunderligh.Lady .
Shaw
(Johnny ) Florida standards would probablybe
Marion "Stuff" Massey has a more extensive collection. 1040 1043: Capsule News A Weather Low Priced Seafood
143 110: Gospel Train Number One the highest because for the last
Tonight at the Armory the Zetas will represent a score of,young (Melvin Grace) five university has been wanted residing, in Arlington -
debs.in a cotillion. One and all should come out and see the kids. 1111.1113: Capsule News Weather years or Mayport sections 1 day
1141 12:00 Gospel Train Number One discouraging admission of high "
We have heard a lot of folks holler about paying to attend a formaL (Melvin Grace) week. General housework. Call Like This No More
12:0112:15 Local News (Joyce school students with poor scores .
social and ready to Mrs. Goldblatt RAmon 4-5435.
We wonder when will we acquire the graces get Joyaer) on the tests. ,
act like socialites. We may not know it but some of the most exclu- 12:11 12:34 Man on Street (Shaw ItHall..a
) In the 1940's. he said about 30
sive affairs on the East Coast are subscription affairs. We must stop 1234. 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce: Joyner) MEDIUM MULLET lb. 2S
12:451:00 A Woman's World (Joyce per cent of, the freshmen enter- ... .
trying to get something for nothing. We think there should be more Joyner) '_ ing the had Rooms For Rent
charity or benefit formals instead of these hip shaking rock and roll I:" 143 Capsule News Number ft Weather university scores LARGE ROE MULLET ...:.......!. lb. 290
143-240 Gospel Train lower than the 40th percentile,

affairs such as many of the groups sponsor. 244 243 Capsule Two (Melvin News Grace ft Weather) compared with eight per cent Furnished Near Bus and line.unfurnished Phone EL rooms.3-9816 WHITING .. .... .......,%,.._.. lb. 250
243: 344 Gospel Train Number

344 343 lJ: Melvin News Grace ft Weather) now."No Organized Program" SPANISH MACKEREL ...1;;,. .. lb. 350
TALLAHASSEE-Julian (Can- Albany State for the Easter week- 343-444 Jumptn with Johnny Furnished room for rent to nice :1
house (Johnny Shaw) Walker said FSU has had "no STEAK FISH :. lb. 59*
nonball) Adderley, Florida A and end and brought a pretty 444-443: Capsule News' A Weather Christian single man or woman. "
discour-
M University's latest contributionto guest from Savannah with her. .... 443 544 Jumpln with Johnny organized program" to Call Mrs. Marie Green 1307 KING FISH STEAK lb.
(Johnny Shaw) age likely college failures but has :c... .... .... 490
the field of modern jazz, her- Lees Showers, Bernice Williams 544-543: Capsule News ft Weather Davis Street EL 6-6735 after
5:13tt Jumpin with Johnny talked with, a number of appli- FRESH WATER CATFISH lb. 49
aided as the successor to the late and other FAMU co-eds bright- 10 AM. ,. *

alto sax|great Charlie Parker, is ened up the scene around town .:tt (43 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)ft Weather cants who were thought to have
<43 fJO The Kid (Bob Hudson) poor academic backgrounds. SPECKLED TROUT .... .:. Ib. 490
hear that "The Hi-Hat" is plan- FLASH-Don't miss the one SATURDAY

ning to reopen in a few days. and only Eric O. Simpson the leo(44 (43 Capsule Sign On News & Weather two Varying schools standards resulted between from differ-the I1MrJP / LARGE CROAKERS ...... 4* lb. 29*

AROUND TOWN: Johnny sepia Lowell Thomas who is 1:11to Heavens Road (Melvin
Grace) ences between University of Florida STANDARD OYSTERS .. ... 1'-: ... pt. 85*
Stewart, we hear,made a personal heard every Monday, Wednesdayand ,:II ':lJ Capsule News ft Weather tHAS

appearance the other day and it Friday over Station WOBS. 743 110113- S44 The Capsule Kid News(Bob *Hudson Weather) and Lacks FSU faculty ExperienceFSU members. up r r JM CLAW CRAB MEAT ...u.... lb. 890

wasn't on "What's My Line" For all of you radio fans when (43 944 The Kid (Bob Hudson) EXCLUSIVE ;
News ft Weather said their JUMBO SHRIMP lb.
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The Myrtle Avenue Speedway is you wanlt a change from the 943: II:" Jumptn with Johnny MISER '"
nearing completion. All of the "grits and gravy" rock and roll (Johnny Shaw) school did not have enough ex- SUDS MEDIUM SHRIMP lb. 590
1444-1443 capsule News ft Weather perience with the testing aa1SEVEN '
programto
drag racers are limbering up the stuff Ken Knight and the WOBS 11:13 11tt G *pel Train Number One
(Melvin Grace) use it as a criteria and recom- RINSES
valves getting ready. We hear boys play during most of the airtime 1144 1143 Capsule News ft Weather THE
SEAFOOD CENTER
that the cab drivers can hardly dig Ken after 12 and catch His 1244: Gospel(Melvin Train.Grace Number) One mended limiting admission to saves over'50%
high school students who rankedin
wait. We only hope that the law Bob Hudson from 6:30 until 7:00.: 1244 12:15 Local Jeyner News) (Joyce the top 60 per cent of their OB seep aid hot waterSee Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4-1468

enforcement officers 'give the They really play listening music. 12:151291 Man On Street (Shaw ft Your Local Cooler Nowt
stretch their undivided attention. Another not don't forget to pick Hudson) particular class.
12:>> 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner)
The "Burgher King" on Ashley up on Johnny Shaw when he tries 12:45 144 A Woman's World (Joyce ,

and Madison is rapidly nearing out his pipes and picks his "git 1:" 143 Capsule Joyner) News A Weather }).J )1

: completion. When it is completedwe fiddle. He can go. He is especially 1l3.1tt Gospel Two (Melvin Train Grace Number) ( ') i /iJl

will then have some some good when he sings "SweetLorraine" 244-243 Capsule News A: Weather fi, 'J: Hexl Week
with Bill 243 344: Jumpin with Johnny I .. c-,<. .;<".- c. : .: : '- : Starling -
Doggett's record -
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class restaurants We also WRHC is Pearlie Rutht Fountain.She (Johnny Shaw) f'Stiln"s.\''- SS: ;
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featured on the recently released is Ken Knight's discoveryand with Johnny '
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