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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 14, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Duval County voter count this week lists 118,916 electorsof Dodgers' Came HereBY

all parties and races it was stated by Supervisor of Registration

r- Fleming H. Bowden in the Courthouse Annex where his office is _

housed. 21.681 of these are Negro Democrats. ERIC O. SIMPSON

These figures compare with I It is nearly ten days since the Brooklyn Dodgers and Milwaukee
133,103 who were on the voting
Porter Seiieaced played in the Ball Park but murmurs of discontent on the part of
rolls when the registration books
USEFUL TRADES A group of students are seen receiving instructions in shoe repairing .from closed before the state and county Negro ball fans who charge they were given a raw deal as far as
Alexander Heard., second from left, who heads the shoe repairing department of lb. Duval Vocational .
electioms in 1954.Tetotal seating: flccomodation Is concerned are still being heard.Physician
Y' School-program whichjrovidesrraming for veterans and adults.- -.---- -..*.......--.jt J.. -primary swelled It was learned this week that
Housed in the old Stanton High School building at Broad and Ashler Streets the shoe repairing was to 137,430 I an Incident, which inn outgrowth

class is Just one of several trade courses being offered at the'school. Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle.. Superintendent Sentenced to three years in qualified voters As at the result beginningof of the Draws of the seating- situation was the

of Public Instruction says that the course is part of,the effort being made to provide a wide for his' in the the year. a arrest of local
prison Tuesday part of list in four a man on a charge
variety of trade courses" for students. Registrations are now being accepted.. theft of more than $47.000 in jew- first "purge" the Prison Sentence of disorderly conduct and drunk-
years however, more than 44,000
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elry, luggage and other material, names were stricken. The super- enness.
after his confession in the Provisional this John Cobb, Jr.. of 926 West
Wife visor said on January 30, For Abortions
"Not Mad With AnyoneIn Charges Criminal Court the week year, total of 93,205 had returned Beaver Street said he was arrested -

before that he lifted the goods his at the ball park last Tuesday
the questionaire sent out by
Hale Beat HerA was John Henry McGhee who office to check on elwigible vot Tallahassee Dr. A. O. Camp- when he sought the aid of a police

The South Cole had been employed in the Ferrell bell, convicted abortionist was officer to secure a seat in the sec-

Says Jewelry Store at Mat nand Duval ers.Since sentenced by Circuit Judge Taylor tionl for which he had bought a
local woman who told police then and until the regis- '
Streets.' ticket
that she was beaten and kicked tration books closed last Saturday, Tuesday to serve four years in
McGhee admitted he had taken State Prison. He was released Cobb stated that he had pur-
Ala. A band of white hoodlums about by her husband Monday in 25,711 persons registered.A .
Birmingham brought more the watches rings, luggage and under $15,000 bond after his attorneys chased a reserved seat ticket but
shame upon the' state of Alabama when they attacked singer Nat her home at 1208 Barnett Street other goods from. the Ferrell breakdown shows 112,910 filed notice of an appealto when he went to claim his seat he

(King) Cole on the stage oVa Birmingham auditorium during a con- was Thelma Smith 42 and Store. democrats are eligible to vote in the Supreme Court. found it occupied. He said he

cert last Tuesday night. charged with beating her and inflicting Dr. William R. Toney, who is to the May 8, 1956 primary. The The Tallahassee physician was asked a policeman to assist him

With characteristic understanding wounds about the body appear in court during some time Republican Party, which has one convicted Feb. 3 of manslaughter in securing the seat to which he

of the current anti-Negro Six men have been charged in was James Smith, 55, of the same within the next 15 days for sentencing contested race, has 5,385 qualified in the abortion death of a young was entitled the officer motionedin

sentiment being stirred up in the connection with the affray. Two address according to police re- was found guilty by a voters. Jacksonville woman and of per- the direction of the bleachersand

South Cole said, "I'm not mad men, W. R. Vinson, 23, and Ken- ports. jury in the same court of receiving A further:?breakdown of the forming criminal abortions on a told him he had 'better get

with anyone in the South. I was neth Adams 35, a member of the The victim who was taken to. and concealing stolen goods registration list 'shows: 91,229 Jacksonville high school girl anda up "there with the rest of them."
Duval Medical Center:and witness
a
just the guinea pig for some board of directors of the Anniston from the store through McGhee. white Democrats, 21,681 Negro Tallahassee divorcee. In an interview Cobb said that

hoodlums who thought they,could Citizens Council have been was Jacquelin Smith of the Ernest D. Jackson is counsel for Democrats, 4,045 white Republicans The judge after denying a mo- when he did not take a seat in an-

hurt me and frighten me and in charged with assault with intentto same address.The victim' Dr. Toney, and proposes to makea 1,340 Negro Republicans, 582 tion for a new trial which has other section as the policeman

that way keep other Negro enter- murder. stated to police that motio nfor'a new trial for the white of other parties and. 30 Ne- been pending since the jury verdicts ordered he was grabbed by his

tainers from the South." her husband accused her.,of meeting doctor when they appear. groes of other parties. gave Dr. Campbell four belt and led out of the park. He
unidentified at her
man
The 37-year-old Alabama-born an Judge A. Lloyd Layton pro- years on each charge and orderedthe was finally taken to the manager's

singer said "Those men who at- Golf home and following an argument nounced sentence, on McGhee. sentences to run concurrently. office where he showed the man-
TOurney between the two he beat and :
tacked me were trying to start a Council Seeks Campbell faces 12 years imprisonment ager the ticket he had bought
kicked her. The husband
was arrested -
riot. I don't think there,was any According to Cobb, when he
I do think that it In. in the case by 'Sgts. W. C.
thing personal ProgressFinals Pardon Board displayed the ticket the officer
Gruber and F. A. Gruber, who Lower
was meant to be a demonstration Housing looked at it, tore it up and told
against integration." investigated the case. him he had nothing to en-
Plea For now
in the more than $3,000 Denies Negro Booted
Asked whether he would con- title him to sit anywhere.The .
second annual Gate City Golf City Council asked its laws and
tinue performing before segregated Tournament will be played Sun- rules committee to draw a resolu-I ball fan said when he pro-
audiences in the South Cole Deny Entrance Rape Suspect In One Good Eye tested the officer's action he was
expressed no bitterness. He said: day over the neat 18-hole layoutof tion on increased low-cost hous- placed under arrest.
the Brentwood Golf Course, 11 ing here for Negroes.
"Sure I will. Tm not a political the
Following DodgersMilwaukee -
controversial city owned and operated course. Oi 2 NegroesIn TALLAHASSEE The State Actionl was based on a resolu- PALATKA-James Sloan, East
figure or some per- game here last week the most
son. Fm just an entertainer and Joe Louis former world's heavy- Pardon Board Tuesday denied a tion adopted March 28 by the Palatka, is in danger of losing an talk-about subject Jack-
weight boxing champion, and nowa petition for'a rehearing on clem- union which : result of being kicked in among
it's my job to perform for people.I CollegesFORT says eye as a sonville ball fans was not the
owe to my Negro fans as well as wrestler of fine ability, of New ency plea by Charles Copeland, The group has constantly worked the face at a filling station oper- The with which most

my white fans to perform for York City; Zeke Hartsfield of Jr, Jacksonville Negro youth, with all groups for decent ated by C. C. Caulk in East Jaxons game. were topic concerned was the
New York Atlanta, and other LAUDERDALEHenryJ. who was convicted in 1953 of
Palatka.
for low-income families.We
them. If I stop because of some housing treatment accorded Negro fans
points; Teddy Rhodes of New Davis, Jr, of Tampa and Wil- raping a young white girL He was Caulk is being held under $5-
the
state law Fra deserting people as civic minded citizens are who turned out more than 4,500
In York and Tennessee the defending liam C.Jones of Tallahassee, were sentenced to the electric chair. 000 bond charged with maimingthe
who are important to me. in favor of eliminating our slumsso strong to see the two teams.
champion Sam Woodson of denied entrance to state The petition was presented to
supported Negro man by putting out one
my way. I may be helping to that we will have a moer beau- The loudest complaints came
be- Columbia S. G, and other greats universities on the grounds "it the board at a special meeting. Issuance of his eyes.
relations
bring harmonious tiful locality and also reduce from fans who bought twodollaror
music. will play,including the fine arrayof would do no good to go ahead until of the death warrant Sloan reportedly was alreahdy
tween people through my crime, and make our morale higher dollar-twenty-five tickets and
from here and else- there is firm decision awaits a report by the attorneygeneral's
golfers a the
on blind in one eye when the inci-
"As for challenging segregation in certain channels, which will were forced to sit in the seventy-
Another New Yorker hereis Hawkins office as to whether any
where. Virgil case, by the dent occurred.A .
it's foolish to think that a per help us to reduce child delin- five cents ticket area. Others be-
Ray P. Mitchell a native?axon State Board of Control. legal matters are still pending in hearing in county court for
into
former like me can go a quency. moaned the fact that no box seats
The began Wednesdayand Davis petitioned to begin his the case. Caulk was delayed in order for
and demand that tourney
Southern city The Jacksonville Housing Au- were made available to the Negro
the audiences be integrated. The contsinues through Sunday, collegiate studies at the University State Comptroller Ray E. Green has list of the defendant to obtain legal
thority a waiting people citizenry.
of Florida and Jones stud- said he didnt see where there was counsel.
record crowd of a
15. A golf
hard April
Supreme Court is having a who desire more suitable A survey of ball fans indicated
is to ent at Florida A. and M. Univer- any difference in the case than on
socialites expected
and
fans
time integrating schools so what homes andCity Council acted on the general feeling is that shabby
sity at asked the board December 15, 1955, when the
the matches Sat- present
chance do I have to integrate au be on hand for this matter in afavorable mannerin treatment is being accorded Negro
diences." :urday and Sunday. The presentation for permission to do graduate board denied a petition for com- 1949. Caught Removing fans who have been staunch sup-

In Birmingham meanwhile police of trophies will be made at work Tallahassee.at Florida State Universityat mutation Gov. LeRoy of the Collins sentence.said, "Idon't Reaffirmation of such action Gas From Vehicle porters of the Jacksonville. ball
that the attack by a the Lincoln Golf and Country .
reported
1 club for
many years.LISTEN
". would be appreciated "so that the
Fred Kent of Jacksonville either.
,
closing event
in
calledfor Club a gala
of originally
handful men '
Chief W.
little legal or Housing Authority of Jacksonvillecan Gainesville Police
chairman of the board said the "I frankly see
more than 100 men to take There are three divisions. Pro of D. Joiner charged Willie C. Willi-
the petitions could not be processed factual efficacy in the position apply for the construction TO
part.Detective fessionals playing for cash because it would be futile to go he added.-"We never have in the more low-cost housing for the col- ford a 39-year-old man with

,C. B. Golden and Det. amateurs playing for awards and ahead without waiting for a decision history of the state executed a ored people of Jacksonville.On petty larceny of 15-gallons of gas- The News RoundUpMon.
learn-
SgCM. M. House said they the ladies for prizes also. on Hawkins, a teacher at woman for the crime of murder the motionl of Clyde Can- oline from a city vehicle.
ed the attack was plotted April 7 after Wed. Fri.
arrested he
Williford
referred to was
the was
Bethune-Cookman College. Haw- but I don't see that is any legal non request
and that men from Anniston BE SURE TO READ kins' suit to enter the law schoolat basis that a man ,can't be exe- the laws and rules committee so was spotted removing gas cans 12 NeonSTATION

piedmont Bessemer, Tuscaloosaand I' "CHIPS OFT THE BLOCKS"ON Gainesville was upheld by the cuted."' that the proper resolution can be from some undergrowth at the.
the Birmingham area were to WOKS
PAGE, I (Continued Pale I) (Continued oa Page I) drawn. garbage dump.
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!p... .TwfTHE. THE fLOMDA STAR Saturday April 14, 1956

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T "' FLORIDA ST'AR .. POLITICS AS USUALBY

NEWS


'raS r.WUfc*< ky The FlerU St.r POU.kby,C. ERIC O. SIMPSON .

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--- deadline for registering to role is now past and all those
*.il' P. 0. Boa 561 Jeckaeavifle 1, -'10...... ; : who failed to get their names on the registration books hare certainly -
423$...4 Straet, JoekioarHU, Florid. .PHONE ELGIN 4-3773 discarded their most valuable possession-the right io role.

RIC 0.''SIMPSON ....,.-.......__._ M.Mfltef Editor The play; has been cast; the curtain -I I'
Ija';."S>...H WnIa.to., P News Editor d r i r is now up too deep for him.

c.......... Jo........ .......... ...........-.. .. ..._ _____ Mew SteH ,1111yr : and the actors:! Governor Collins who found
VTi ; I are now speak- himself caught in a squeeze play

Member of Associated Negro'Press ing their lines.i and had to recommend sacking

.o. As in the case 1 Negro Assistant State Attorney

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: with plays,I Arrington also was forced to join
il. Negro Firemen. ',: there is a hero! the pro-segregationists and sing

i i;More Negro Police Officers. *. (not yet identi-j the song so many candidates be-
S 3 Squad Can for the Negro Police. J* ; fied), a villian, lieved would win them the poli-
:
More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the a pathetic simpleton tical Oscar in the governorshiprace.

,_ uilding Program. a comic, Reports that Collins sold

:t> .t ; \ 1e a frustrated old i multi-millionaire Howard Hugheson

::CIVIL RIGHTS IN POLITICS -r Simpson ha't body;-an'd--stirring dis- huge Florida airplane as plant the and location a medical of a

sention. and that character who is research center is an accomplishment -
-,, just in the but adds
play nothingto that should win the acting
<$?- (From The Christian Science Monitor)
Presidential primaries in the states rarely give one candi- the vehicle. governor a nest of votes from
Some of the lines the actors
date".or another decisive delegate support. But one thing they are both races.
do-they promote discussions which clarify candidates' views. speaking bring applause from a It is interesting to note that the
portion of the vast audience while
The latest illustration comes out of Stevenson-Kefauver school segregation song'sung'

struggle for California. There in the last week the positionsthe t, ti Kdsae other.lines cause some to stir uneasily by the gubernatorial candidates is

two Democrats will take before the country on civil rights becoming monotonous and is losing
have been defined. One of the subject of lines we its appeal. The people. thank

Senator Kefauver appears to have pleased the National ,have noted that Peaslee Streets. God are not being carried away

Association for the Advancement of Colored People with a one of the gubernatorial candidates and are not allowing themselvesto

stiff stand for use of federal power to enforce equal rights. Mr. has lei drop with some be fooled by those candidateswho
interesting wordage to the effect rant and rave about how
Stevenson takes a more gradualist position. Like President
Eisenhower, he opposes the Powell amendment to bills for that the U. S. Supreme Court much they are going to do about

federal aid to education. would rely instead on the courtsto f' ruling on school segregation" is the keeping schools segregated.It .
law of the land.
implement(desegregation,and he points out that cutting off may be that presidential can-
money they need will only increase the practical difficulties of "THE, MONSTERS DOOM 'HAS BEEN PRONOUNCED" Fuller Warren who plays one didate Estes Kefauver broke the
'of the male leads in election
playis ice and the
schools in making the desired changes. opened people's eyes
Political still winning applause by tell- when he told a Miami audience hewon't
implications are large.The first immediate result
tination and indifference
which ing the middle class Floridians
was to cause a shift of some Negro leaders from the Stevensonto sometimes defy the Supreme Court
provokes even yourself what they want to hear on the
the Kefauver camp. In California-and in a northern ruling on segregation, whereupon
many can be overcome, to a question of segregation.
great Strangely
state-Mr. Stevenson's stand can lose thousands of Negro :Your Weekly Peaslee Streets, running for governor -
measure, with the help of planetary enough, despite Warren's plat-
in the
Florida picked up
votes. But most political commentators believe it will greatly
forces of
this
Spring. This form speeches on the subject tune.
help him in the South. Guide
Horoscope sign sharpens your mind and wits, Quite a number of Negroes seem
for the out
By the same reasoning Mr. Kefauver stands to gain in the Except pet ering
enabling
you to dispatch to still favor him. The only thing
North and .lose in the South. Yet even judged on a strictly many segregation fuss the elections are
Which Arc Your For affairs which
Lucky Days require decisions some of the Negro people
I cry Ministerial Alliance
as quiet as a
political basis, this oversimplifies the situation. The truth is and active
negotiations with oth- shame on the' for his
that the South was probably already lost to Senator Kefauverfor BusinessLove Travel ex-governor board meeting. It was expectedthat
ers. At the
same time, this influ- attack on Virgil D. Hawkins, the
there would be of the
other reasons. Similarly, Mr. Stevenson already appearedmore some
ASTROLOGER ence can stir up some real aggra- applicant to University of Florida
By PABLO The: usual fireworks in the sheriff'srace
acceptable to the South than any other leader likely to
vating situations in
your relation- who he charges once beat a young
but there the curtain
even
have a real chance at the convention. ships and
dealings with
kin or pupil.
,But it is unfair to both men to assume that such calculations has gone up without so much as a
neighbors unless
ARIES setting conditions if you permit you are on
Anybody who knows Virgil dare
firecracker exploding. We
determined their words civil It is far
on rights. more Born March 21 thru April 19 yourself to become involved in guard. It will make you quite
Hawkins and his
.. unchanging personality the opposition to the incumbent -
say
.. probable that the announced views represent each man's conscientious
You be the alert for this outspoken and sharp from
must on its operating at time to will tell that there is
you finds himself with a limited
taken harm-
For the in
judgment. positions now are fast-talking individuals who can time. Take special.care of your time. Keep yourself free from
nothing a child could do that around of ammunition which he
with other held and with each man's
ony positions long general put' you on the 'spot financially.The health and career interests, doing quarrels and stress, if possible. would cause Virgil to whip a must use judiciously.
Moreover in view of the heat
political philosophy. new affairs of all Arians' subject invite strain disapprovaL -16-40 55-69 311
are nothing to or -- -
.. youngster. Moreover what in the
In a general way Al Cahill has
being developed by the issue it is far from easy to calculatethe
to and but
stress strain those If you allow the ad-
samhill does whipping a child in
talked about corruption and
effect stand it have in another six
months.political any- on may born the third week.of April are verse climate of this interval to SAGITTARIUSBorn school have to do with one's ap- moonshine and winning the '"de
warned to make affairs will take turn for Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21
especially no pass, a plication to enter a university "
cent people's vote, but has not
beginning
For instance various
Republican strategists are now which unsettle their the better of" their accord You are urged to be
moves can 'own on guardat
study law? Oh I forgot it bid
to that if the issue flames high yes yet made any serious for the
civil-rights
hope security or upset family and mar- and bring you gratifying solutionsto this time concerning actions could indicate that the man is a Negro people's ballots.
enough they can recapture many Negro votes from the Demo- interests. The for ad- which can disrupt financesor
riage urge problems. : your strict who occasion-
disciplinarian Sheriff Rex Sweat has been the
crats. One of the major effects of the, New Deal was Democratic venture will be very strong for I..:...& :- personal 'budgets. This is a
ally resorts to corporal punish-
master of delayed action cam-
.capture.of an increasingly large vpte'of Negroes in the time when could
these people, but only misadventure you act on impulse ment.
The' that Lincoln and the paigning and will undoubtedly
key cities of several big states. fact and trouble can come if they LEO and experience loss through
had lifted them out of became less immediately We suppose the General realizes make his "big push" in the last
slavery '
Republicans succumb to the temptation of Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 yourself or others. Forewarned is
important than their feeling that Franklin Roosevelt that he is beginning to sound likea two weeks of the campaign. Once
glamorous associations. Mars calls you to rather feverish forearmed so keep matters discip-
record stuck in the that again it that the Sheriff
and the Democrats were lifting them out of economic groove appears
4-11-55-18-69-222 in efforts to advance lined and controlled. This will
activity
keeps repeating itself He has will be pointed to with an accusing -
subjection.The work interests with help you to use the release of
or .dealings
Till case and the Lucy case have aroused the emotionsof set now added a few,weak planks to finger for wooing the Negro
TAURUS employees people who serve you.Don't energy to things right and
his segregation platform.To vote for candidates have
northern Multitudes of them favor drastic federal many
Negroes. Born April 21 thru May 21 strain health by becoming possibly profit by correct action.
be honest about it, don"tquite : made the pretense of not wantingthe
to their fellows in the South. But it is not yet we
measures help Fro mthe first of April to the involved in other people's diffi- Be careful of overdoing things in
consider this issue understand Mr. Farris Bryant Negro vole as a means of
clear that a majority one more importantthan end of the month there will be culties now. Keep calm and you pursuit of pleasure, hobbies.
the total of Democratic national policies. How this weigh- Undoubtedly, he is a man of winning the white vole.
7-90-88-17-73-291
increased emphasis personal will what is
upon accomplish necessary.
of factors is resolved could become decisive in some political statute who has In the school superintendent's
ing any very
efforts to augment income with a This period demands top priority
tight contest either for the nomination or the election. ventured out into waters a bit (Continued on Page 6))
of communications CAPRICORN
and
stepping up attention to business career I
between yourself and others and affairs with a chance for unusual I Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

MAACP. Communist Or Capitalist? much traveling about. Do not progress through surprise devel- I, Is exerting a fine influence up-
neglect taking care of contracts opments. on, your work amid health inter-
letters or other paper work that 'ests throughout the current PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

Reprinted from The Cheraw Chronicle may call for your attention. A VIRGO :month. You can expect to reap

Many white people in their anger. confusion: and fear good aspect from now on prom- Born Aug. 24 thru Sept 23 I the benefits of this in April.Thereis

, following the Supreme Court's segregation ruling. have lashedout ises to make the latter days of You could easily permit rash however, some need to be cautious -
against the NAACP as "communist organization." this month pleasant and profit- action thoughtlessness of bicker lest you invite social diffi-

It is important that people understand more fully the able for you. Draw closer to family ing to involve yo uin upsetting or .culties, problems through involve-

nature of the NAACP in order that some sort of solution to members, parents, elders. confused situations. Don't do it. ment in other people's troubles.

this problem can be reached. Failure to understand will hurt 7-40-77-14-62-223GEMINI Be patient, conservative, and you Some pleasant events are likely to

the South's position and bring about difficult complications.The will get a better angle on matters. be experienced in your dealings

vast majority of white people in the South disagree Problems arising during this time with co-workers or' dependents.

with the Supreme Court ruling and disagree with the aims of Born May 21 thru June 21 can best be handled by avoiding Attraction to pets is strong and

the NAACP. Certainly Southern white people have just as This period is likely tom bring tension impatience. Stall for'timeto you could possibly acquire one in

much right to work for a lawful reversal of the Court's rulingas corcumsances that test your fin- investigate. :this interval.
Negroes had to work for a reversal of the separate-but- ancial set-up in unexpected ways. 1-15-80-77--6S-324: 3-10-68-19-.2-141

equal doctrine, which was the law for; about 50 years. You could easily be lead into misadventures

However, the South's position is not helped by careless or outlay by people LIBRA AQUARIUSBorn

accusation. It is simply not true that the NAACP is a com- you know. Don't let those strong Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 I Jan. 0 thru Feb. 18

munist-inspired organization. Do most of us know what communism impulses to spend or be generousget There are times when you may I You have cause for rejoicingand

really is? out of hand, or you will regret particularly feel cross-currents should receive some very interesting -

It is a philosophy of government, whereby all propertyis it. Try instead, to 'make both I and complications making your I news. Find scope for

owned by the state in a tightly-regimented, state-controlled weeks count in rearranging your path somewhat difficult and un I your intellectual capacities now

economy. Communism, practiced in the world today, affairs for greater financial stabil- :certain. Ride out any storm in !for there are indications of inter-

believes that the individual exists for the state. There is no ity and security. Corrective meas- those times with your custsomary est and recognition from others

personal freedom and no interest in_individual, human rights. ures, even along new and unusual :poise. Do not make moves or .particularly around the end of the

It's a brutal dictatorship in which the citizen has no right to lines, can bring you the answer to .changes then without very care- month. This sign urges the avoid-

property, religious belief, private thought, or conscience. your monetary problems or short ful consideration of all factors in ance of worry, depression and
Now keep that in mind while we tell you of a speech in ages. Favorable Venus strengthens .volved. Endeavor to swing with suggests keeping calm curbing

Cheraw last Sunday by James Hinton, state president of the your hand. the tide. This period will bring temper, especially with those

NAACP. Mr. Hinton was reminding his people of their per 299701681070CANCER you happy and fortunate develop- around your home office, or domestic

sonal responsibilities. Here is some of his advice to Negroes: ments, and some very excitingnews circle.' Don't let impatiencecause

I. Save your.money and buy yourself some land. or gains. I impulsive acts.
June 20 thru July 22 830111261545SCORPIO 5 100 77 56 18 876
so you can provide for yourself and your family. Born -
2. Then invest our money and amass more capitaL This period brings a test of your 1400 WRHC 1400

so you can build yourself a decent house to live in. ability to carry responsibility in PISCES
3. Send your children to school so they can get an impersonal way. Carelessnesscan Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 I Born Feb. 19 thru March 20

the best possible education. bring complications and up- Your tendency toward procras- : In the third week of April there I KEN KNIGHT

(. Study the Issues of the day so you can under- will be aspects that require care-

stand them and then exercise' your right privilege GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 ful handling of your belongingsand Presenting

and responsibilities: as citizens of America by voting. U.. tt.is cow..... L.oe .... .Mat ",.,"11. Sad 10 ee.H (ese #.* cash lest misplaced generos-
S. Always put you trust in the Lord and never to coin) for eacli Iwmcope erdered fcr lacMe self ,dds-d..t. ity or an urge to speculation cause KNIGHT TRAIN
lose faith in the Church and Christianity. ..c4 ..,...*. Write pie..,. This efht 4..t .(ply N,.s.Ms.ts you loss. If you have money deal- '
6. Never resort to violence disorder: and lawlessness. of the der.iai..f c..cs.. ings with other people, avoid 8-9 P.M.12 1 Nightly

As a member of th NAACP you will always overextension of credit and try to

rely upon due process of law through the courts of I r PABLO, FLORIDA ;ASTROLOGER -I I work out definite compromisesthat SWEET CHARIOT

the land. P. O. BOX salJACKSONVILLE win settle accounts or give

Now whoever heard of a communist ever asking his followers I 1. HJL I II I II your your proper share of joint 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
build returns. Do not be taken in bygetrichquick"
invest a privately-
to buy land,-save and money, N...
owned home, or. set up a private business Whoever heard of I I II schemes or in- Features
'a communist urging'his listeners to put their faith and trustin AdrasI vestments now. You could easily "

God, or to avoid violence and make their fight throughthe I place your trust in the wrong BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
duly-constituted courts? I City State I II people, strangers you meet who

Now in all frankness, no matter how' much you may fivte .!, tbth are treacherous even though fas- 10:3012. Monday Thru Saturday

disagree: .with the.NAACP does Mr.: Hinton's talk have theme I -. .... MMt' I aiMtisJ. -

of'Carl Marx' Ctanauaist Manifesto 1 t_ ._ ._ I-M 22 ItCi-717 9I., -- -=: ._- --- -fLrILLuJ= ,:::;:= --'"



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Saturday, April 14, 1fS6' tHE"fLOUDA SEAR fa9e TIM



i About People ': ; I' Dandelibn Club Holds Regular Meeting OriealaJio..Expusioll# Week'

,$' .".. ,- .'__ I '"" ."" ,' .,,_"___u ____L'm ___ ,___ I
} 1,.". ',{;'; In J. W. JohnsonOrientationExpansion
.''>" ;;''!t'r.: ;::;. Begins Monday

Remaining ill in her home aftera Mrs. Martha Mack of 1124 W. '\--1-:": a ,
successful operation a local Church SL.. is ill in her. home and J '

hospital Mrs. Mary Lee Flanders friends may call and, see her. She : ; : ; \, will be observed from April Week 1620at Corsage Tea Plans
of West Church St. Friends is a member of ML Ararat Baptist '''
'
: James Weldon Johnson Junior Made For SundayThe
may can on her. She is a member Church. l ', .
High SchooL
f -
of Second Baptist Church, the ? t .
'' The general theme of the week Sunset Savings Club will
i
Rev. K. D. Britt minister and is Mrs. Isabella Weaver of 1504 ; ,-:y,
is "Guidance through curriculum" sponsor a Corsage Tea
Sunday
active there. W. 29th SL, is ill in her home and
and the motto "Know yourself.'" April 15. from 4 to 6 p. m. in the
friends are asked to call. She is
Five days have been set asideto home of Miss L. Luster at 2131
Mrs. Harriett Jones of 1152 W. also a member of Mt. Ararat Bap- make sure that your child is Meharry Avenue and it is asked
Fifth St. is ill in her tist Church. ,.c ; x
home and is ;. ? making the transition to greater that friends will please supportthe
a member ,of Central Baptist $ .S.? educational heights in a smooth tea and a program which will
Church, the Rev. R. Leander The Rev. Evan M. Hurley min- well-guided manner. be rendered. .
Jones, pastor. Friends call ister of Ebenezer Methodist
may on There will
Monday April 16, appear some accom-
her. Church was back in his pulpit the general as-
past two Sundays from recent s sembly with a speaker chosen plished persons on the program
Y ,of the afternoon states the
from the com-
community discussing
trips to Claflin College at Orange- + -' kJ44
s
Mrs. Lilr'E. Wilkerson sisterof mittee in charge. '
"Stay in school and for
burg & C. and from ,Palatka : prepare
George Lee Smith of 614 Jefferson x tomorrow's job."
where he respectively conductedthe
Street left the drf last annual week services ,x >oa Tuesday April 17 will be
week for. Chicago for a stay witha and attended prayer a report on bene- R orientatioq day for sixth graders.All Singers Will SingIn
relative Mrs. A. Merriweather.and : students who will attend this
volences session the latter in I New Stanton HighThe
friends wish her a delightfultrip. -Y w'. 'm.rA; : .6a V. a school next will be
which the church he pastors re- year presentto
ported in full for the year. IN SESSION Members of the Dandelion Sayings Club which held its regular meeting last weekin be oriented and introduced to Pilgrim Travelers Singers
the home of Mr. an/i Mrs. W. L. Williams at 1558 West 21st Street are shown here. their new school home. Alex Bradford and the Bradford

Frank Seward of 1310 East 30th Seated from left are: Mrs. W. L. Williams. Mrs. Alice Swan Mrs. E. Fender Mrs. Mabel Washing Wednesday April 18 the ninth Specials, also singers, will be
Miss Gillins To WedIn presented
Street is ill at his home follow ton. Mrs. Dora L. Williams and Mrs. Georgiana Rosier. Standing in the same order are: Mrs. E. grade or potential 56 graduatingclass in a musical concert Sunday -

ing an operation in Brewster HospitaL Jax Church SundayMrs. Wheeling. Mrs. Mary Bell Sink. Mrs. Velma Moore and Mrs. Catherine Wright. of the school will spend the April 22, and is scheduled to
Friends may call on him. He day at New Stanton High School
begin at 9 p. m. in the New Stan-
is a member of the Westside R. M. Johnson of this city where they will be introduced to ton High School auditorium
( Church of Christ. announces the engagement of her Stork 1 Women's. Day Marriage AnnouncedOf their new school home. 13th Street near Myrtle Avenue.on

grand-daughter, Miss Norrine Miss GoodsonMrs. Thursday April 19, will be The program is sponsored by
Isadore Williams Jr. of 1300 Gillins to A-1C Earl Williams Deliveries Events Slated Parent-Teacher Day at the schooLA the Gospel Echoes and fine sup-

Harrison Street is ill at his home son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wil- Venelor, Goodson" an- panel discussion on the topic port is asked. The Travelers will

and is a member of Mt. Carmel liams of this city. nounces the recent marriage of 'I"The parent and teacher's role ina be featured and will do their lat-
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Baptist Church. Friends may call The wedding will be an eventof Born To: The twenty-sixth annual cele- her daughter the former Miss child's life" will be held. est recordings.

on ,him. Sunday, April 15, after morn- bration of Women's Day will be Mary Anne to Essie Simpson.The Friday April 20 the third an-
ing services in Grant Memorial observed Sunday at the Little nual "JWJ DAY" will be cele-
Samuel T. and Annie bride is a graduate of Stanton
George Lee Smith of 614 Jefferson AME Church, Clay, and Orange Bass, Jr. Rock Baptist Church with Mrs brated. The James Weldon John- Recital Set Sunday
1112 Dora St, boy. March 1. High School attended the North
Street. returned to the city Streets. The minister the Rev. J. Leola Johnson as chairman Mrs.\ son story will be portrayed on the
WIfrom Patterson N. J. W. Burroughs, will read the cere- Roy P. and Hattie Bell 510 Pal- Thelma Baker, co-chairman, Mrs. Carolina A. and T. College at gymtorium stage. Fernandina Beach The Sisters

C where he spent sometime with mony. A reception honoring the metto, girl March 2. Clara B..Jones,. chairman of the Greensboro Morgan State, and is College now a in studentof Balti- Arthur C. Madry principal is of the South will render a 4

Alvin Kohn former Jaxon and couple will be held in the Williams Johnnie and Lillie Densen Rt. program committee and Mrs. inviting the friends patrons and recital Sunday following the evening
with other friends. He reports a home 738 Court A Blodgett 1, Middleburg boy March 3. Viola Johnson, chairman of the more. boosters to spend all or part of service in the Trinity Metho-
delightful trip. Homes beginning at 8 o'clock Leward and Lula Gilmore Sn, finance committee.:: The two young persons now this week with them. No admission dist Church the Rev. L. H. Mc-

Sunday, and since no invitationswere 3014 Neptune Ave.. boy. March 3. Miss Carlene Moore junior make their home in Baltimore will be charged for any of the Lendon is pastor.A .
Mrs. Mary Baker of 1000 oak. sent all friends of the fam- Johnnie Edward and Carolyn chairman; Mrs. Annie Campbell and friends have complimented events. silver offering will be taken.

ley Street is ill in her home and ilies are invited to please attend Slaughter 2 Weare St, boy Mar. tag committee chairman; Mrs. them. Mrs. E. L. George is general "

friends may calL She is an active; the wedding and reception. 4. Maxie White decoration chair- chairman, Mrs. H. W. Gray cochairman Benefit Party SetA
member of ML Carmel Baptist Robert and Mary Durham Jr., man and Mrs. Luvoida Armstrong of Vocational Emphasis
Church. 1248 Steele Court girl. March 4. BYPU chairman. Industrial Club Week and C. L. Lee is cochairman -I benefit
party will be given on
Mrs Burovgk Frank and Minnie Robinson, Sr. Mesdames B. B. Johnson and Slates of the James Weldon John-
AnniversaryThe Saturday April 14, at 8 m. in
Mrs. Maria Law, member of the 1020 Albert St, boy March 3. Curlue are in charge of the music. son Story. p.
the home of Eddie P. Baggs. 812
Deaconess Board of Central Bap- To InCiiy' Thomas T. and"Stella Addison Mrs. Theo Oree will deliver the
Siig 3 R's Industrial Court E by the Merrymakers Social -
Club will
tist Church, is ill in her home at Gen. DeL, Middleburg boy. Mar. morning address, Miss Velma
1102 Grothe Street, and friends 5. Singleton the 3 p. m. address and celebrate their 11th anniversary Miss Floyd To SingMiss Savings Club.Refreshments ,
may call. Mrs. Alice Burrough, gospel Morris and Margaret Brooks, Mrs. Wilner Dorrell the addressat Monday night April 23rd, at 7:30p. will be sold. Ad-

singer of Jacksonville will be 3515 Ardisia R&, girl. March 5. 7 o'clock. m. at the First Corinthian Bap- Leila Floyd, daughter of mission will be free.
The is invited.
public
Mrs. P. H. Holland of 1500 Van presented in a musical recital Moses Johnson and Joyce, 2055 Mrs. Mary Washington' will tist Church corner Duval and Mrs. Arzada Floyd a member of

Buren Street is ill at home and Sunday night April 22, at ML McQuade SL, girl March 6. serve as guest superintendent for Madison Streets.A the Sunday School and junior

friends may calL She is also a Sinai Baptist ,Church. She is a Joe S. and Amelia Bradley 1124 the Sunday School hour.. skit entitled "In the garden" church departments of the Grants Learn Commercial Art
member of Mt. Carmel Baptist member of this church serving Line St, girl March'3. will be presented by the mem- Memorial AME Church and a stu-
Church. with Choir No. 2. This musical is Willie and Annie James 3633 Bridge Classes bers.. The play will be narrated by dent at John E. Ford Elementary Start Anytime .

being sponsored by her choir in Sheridan Lane boy. March 8. Mrs Eliza Rich Perry. School, will appear in a vocal C. I. APPROVED

__ Marion Ballard of 2108, Davis interest of its anniversary., Albert and Pauline Burton 1011 To Be SponsoredBy All clubs are asked to come out recital on Sunday' at 8:30 p. m. AMERICAN

St.. is ill at home and friends may 1 The singer has appeared in: Hogan St, girl March8. I By -At Center and help us in our anniversary.The in the auditorium of the church. SCHOOL OF ART
call on,him. He is a Central Baptist most of the churches of the city' Joseph and Minnie Murchison, club with the largest attendance The performance will be Miss
M.v0 Church member. in other cities of Florida and 221 E. State St.. boy. March 9. Bridge classes for beginners and will receive a prize. Mrs. J. Floyd's first appearance and she 106 EAST BAY STREET
Georgia and each year the publichas Henry D. and Sadie Pearson. advanced players will begin on W. 'Bolder, is the ,president and will render classics, popular and 24 Floe

Mrs. Rebecca Johnson of 222 W. a chance to witness her an- 964 Hogan St boy March 9. Tuesday, April 17, at 7:30 p. m. I Sallie N. Zimmons reporter. religious selections.

State St, continues ill in her nual recital. There will be an entirely Robert and Etta Edwards, Jr.. The classes are being sponsoredby

home and it is asked that friends new group of songs also 1519 W. Union SL, boy March 9. the young Adult Departmentof '

will please call on her. She is a many request numbers. Do not James and Zetta West, 1022 W. the Art Lewis Branch YWCA. :

member of Central Baptist forget the date and place, Sun Church SL, boy March 11. Mr. Porter Green who has con- T- (
Church. day night, April 22, ML Sinai Bap- Jessie L. and Edna James, 5220 ducted these classes 'previouslywill

tist Church.. Choir No. 2 of this Brick Ave. girl March 12. again sere in the capacityof "'" ",4: '. _
Two other members of the Cen- church will support Mrs. Bur- Ernest E. and Lorraine Washington instructor.

tral Baptist Church are ill in their rough in her request' wnbers. 1841 W. 12th'SL, boy Mar. Registrations for classes will 3 r", Fir ,+, 9f ,sox

homes.They are Mrs. Hattie Daiseof Mrs.M.K. Gibson serves as presi- 12. begin April 9 and extend through ;: ;' A x r
1108 Florida Ave., and Mrs. dent of the group the Rev. H. H. Robert L. and Sadie Robinson, April 17. No additional registrantswill "it !

Keturah Weston of 1329 McCon- Robinson pastor. Route Box 407 boy, Feb. 8l: be accepted after classes be- s

ihe St. Friends may call. Jim B. and Charlie Gardner gin. Classes will be held in the Px sa
Miss Ford Will Wed 1810 W. 25th St, girl Feb. 8. lobby of the Wilder Park Recrea- i

Mrs. Frankie M. Thompson of John James Sunday Stephney and Izebell Gailyard tion Center 1236 Mt. Herman St.
3789 Old St. Augustine Road left 1576 W. 28th SL, girl Feb. 9.
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for New York City this week to Abram and Christine Davis Jr.
attend funeral rites of her bro Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fort an- 1651 -Myrtle Ave, girl Feb. 9. Three-Act Operetta ..ya

ther. Oscar Murray. She is a nounce the engagement of their i Robert and Lenora Hartley P. Set By Anderson

member of Shiloh Baptist Church daughter, Miss Josephine, to John O. Box 75, girl. Feb. 10.
and friends sympathize with her James, Jr. son of Mrs. Julia Roosevelt and Loretta Johnson The intermediate grades of Dou-

and others in their loss. James of this city. 1473 Davis SL, boy Feb. 11. glas Anderson will present a three
The wedding will be an eventof Louis Lee and Mary Ford 1626 act operetta "The Season of Hap- .

Mrs. Gladys Davis of 76 Ives Sunday, April 15, at 12:30 p. m. W. 8th SL, Feb. 12. piness" on April 27 at 7 p. m. in 0r

St is ill in her home and friends in the Ebenezer Methodist Church Curtis J. and Sarah Howard the school auditorium. This oper-

may calL She is a member of New Ashley and Clay Streets and offi- 1620 Dot SL, boy; Feb. 12. etta is promised to be colorful and '
will be --r------i-----
Jerusalem Baptist Church. ciating at the ceremony Murra and Bertha Moore 1764 entertaining.
the minister there the Rev. EvanM.
r Spires Ave. boy Feb. 13.
Mrs. Viola Brown a member of Hurley. No invitations have John H. Newman and Katie

New Jerusalem Baptist Church is been sent but friends of the coupleare 1457 W. Beaver SL, girl Feb.'13. Wedding Bells

ill In the Duval Medical Center invited. James L. Hawkins and Barbara. ,.... : : ::, <

and friends may call,on her. Another 1314 Odessa SL, girl Feb. 14. Applications for. Marriage >< ,
ill Saxon is l.Irs. Susie CLUB NOTESThe Warren L. and Inez Duncan! Licenses ,,-' Ynii:-, ,V
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Smith who is ill in her residence. 1450 W.'2nd SL, girl. Feb. 14. : .'
Smart Set Social Club will I' ,. .
David and Lucile Bailey 1654 Leroy Burgess 1079 W. Union .
Also ill in Duval Medical Cen- meet Friday night at 8:30: p. m. at W. 24th SL, girl Feb. 14. I SL, age 31 and Elnora A. Harts-

ter is Paris Walthour of the Greater 714 Clay Street. Business of im- Harry A. and Jimmie Bradford I field, Rt. 10, Box 630 age 21.
Macedonia Baptist Church and portance will be discussed. Mr. 1599 W. 35th SL, boy Feb. 15. I Alphonsa Lindsey Fayetteville

friends may call. Ed Taylor is the' president. Freddie B. and Claudia Wright I N. C. age 19 and Theresa Mims

742 W. Duval SL, boy Feb. 17. 2334 Thames, age 20.

Robert L. and Edna Polite, 1444 John H. James 802 W. 21st SL, /

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get W. 20th St. boy Feb. 19. age 26 and Josephine Fort J371

Hilliard and Gloria Stamper, W. State SL, age 17.
Jr. 5136 Avenue'B., girl Feb. 20. Albert H. Trice Rt. 7, Box 79A, I promise !

LOW PRICES Willie and Dorothy Sanders, Jr. age 20 and Yvonne P. George nr

2115 Mars St. Apt. A, girl Feb. Rt. 4, Box 764C, age 18. t

Llysses Milledge, 1019 E. 4th
On Your 20.Richard Larieuse Hair Coloring Get GodefroyVLarieuse at foot
L. and Floeine Tyson, SL, age 23 and Ernestine J. Coun- Godefroy's :
5337 Mays Court boy, March 12. cil. 1356 Florida Ave. age 20. can do more for your hair favorite cosmetic counter now-
DRUG STORE NEEDS Jewell and Elnora Smith, 3333 than you've ever dreamed of.. the famous brand in the ted box

Plateu SL, boy Feb. 21. gives gray hair youthful new color known and approved for more
Norris L. and Mary Thompkins, Claude and Shirley Brown, 1627 gives drab hair glowing than SO '. ,/r
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store 3035 Venus St, boy Feb. 21. Highland Ave. girl Feb. 24. color.leaves your hair soft ya.n.Dew
Julius and Jessie Lewis 1276 Frank H. 'and Mildred Baker shining. this very daft h lI fi.aJun.t NIJG ,
2114 Venus SL, girl Feb. 25.
We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised W. 31st St. girl Feb. 23.
Johri Quarterman and Adefin
In Your Local PapersWOOD'S Joe D. and Virginia Samlar, 795 E. 57th SL, boy Feb. 26. :
2070 Baldwin St. girl.Feb. 23.
James M. and Ethel Clements
James and Annie Booth Jr.. S
Srn 1041 Van Buren SL, boy Feb. Just y
t' DIXIE PHARMACY 634 Orange St, boy, Feb. 24. 26.' .. 7 7

Cleo and Bernice Owens, 920 -
1302 KINGS ROAD _t MYRTLE AVENUE COU SIFFEIEIS W .Ashley St.. boy. Feb. 27. EasY

,PHONES EL 3-SS17-W Sandy and Ollie Harrell Jr. 703
w. *0Y. Wt Alt FOI All wton' h.wlMls.r COLD d.c.mf.rH ytoU qtifekty b Court J, boy. Feb. 27.

PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER ANOTELEPHONE 8TANBACICS CTAKftACX tabfteta.pruoriptio.r pwd tomtit n trarkMtf Ollie and Glennie Menter 95 A.1.a$)so..rlei.eorrrgMyr.G d.aev. 2.AHlYGIwt I.wdp.a.I(art-.. 3.AH.t*cater qe to fcai&' 4m'esl.iwtriss. ...
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fut b 6ef9 pipe Short Dennis SL, boy, Feb. 27. :-diww.4.. ct3dit p.Llaw. ::: :yr/Tw.plw..tyl.

BliLS AT OUR_ STOKE Ucd.,s.. .Cw James and Fannie Bander, 5T27 .
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,Boy Scouts Will Present Panel Services Sunday Evening


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Paielisis, Are Oalslaadiig _Local r Choirs.. Sing! For Missionary, Group I Masons Of Stale Will Meet In Ciiy



Aid Will Talk In Local Church U1thllhIYdllit4k'illhIlIfltB JJJIIII'x Under Grand Master Henry TuesdayThe


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lluhiIjIhflIlllllilillffllilllffWfflluIe $ 87th Annual Session of the Most Worshipful Union Grand
The evening service feature Sunday, April 15, beginning at-7:30 Lodge of Masons Inc. and auxiliary bodies will meet on April 17 in

o'clock,will be the Boy Scout Troop No.51 of the Ebenezer Methodist the Masonic Temple Building, 410 Broad Street.
Church annual Scout Panel Discussion in which will
Boy appear Charles Henry is grand master I '
several of the outstanding men of Scouting in the East and West
and Philip A. Mitchell grand sec- Glee Club, Mrs. A. H. Moore directress
Divisions of the city and county.
retary. the choir number 2 of the
The church is at. Ashley and The Rev. H. T.
Overstreet pastor Second Baptist Church, choir
Clay Streets and the Rev Evan Harmony Will Hear of the Mt. Tabor Baptist number 2 of the Grant Memorial
M. Hurley is minister, and Edgar
x 2ri Church will give the invocation; AME Church and the Frazier Sisters
Scoutmaster of the Pastor At 11!
Alston is
troopof Sunday
C. A. Tillis, W. M. Myrtle Lodge will render the music.
the 'church.Discussing .
the occasion and the Rev. RobertH. The friendly Westside Ushers
the program of The following order of services .
Wilson, pastor of the Bethel Union will serve.
Scouting in this area will be such will be observed in"the Harmony Baptist Church, will deliver the

personalities as J. E. Bradford, Baptist Church. Second and Tyler main address. Bishop Carey A.

Scoutmaster of Troop No. 76 of Streets, on Sunday. Gibbs. llth Episcopal District .PallbearersReady -

St. Stephens AME Church. 'and an Sunday School at 10 a. m. with AME Church, will introduce the

official of that congregation; the superintend Mrs. R. E. Rev. Mr. Wilson.

Charles E. Simmons; Jr., of Laura Linning in charge. At 11 a* m. de- Also invited to appear on the For TeaThe

Street Presbyterian Church the votions will be led by Rufus'Wil- program are the Rev. D. A. Rus-

Court of Honor Chairman; James liams followed by a sermon from sell pastor of the St. Paul AME Pallbearers Fraternal LodgeNo.

Steeley, Scoutmaster of Troop No. the pastor. At 6 p. m. Mrs. Annie ____ _..t Church A. Fleming, the Rev. K. 189, this city will present a
193 of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Palmer will be in charge of the m. D. Britt Mrs. Gertrude Morse the Leap Year Tea Sunday April 22,
ON PROGRAM Choirs of ML Mariah and Paynes Chapel AME Churches singing for "MusicalFestival"
Stewart Jr. Scout-
and, Ralph B. B.Y.P.U. Prayer servcie will be Rev. E. R. Simpson Dr. R. R. from 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of
master of Troop No. 57 of Mt. led by'the deacons followed by a sponsored by the East Florida Conference Branch Missionary of which Mrs. R. L. Burroughs Williams Sr., Deputy Grand Mas- Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Calhoun of

Zion AME Church and after the sermon by the pastor at 7:30 is President are shown here. ter of Tampa; Grand Master Hen- 1049 Scriven Street, and friendsare

panel talks of seven to 10 minutesby o'clock. The Rev. George W. In the front row, from left are: Mrs. Mable Singleton. Mrs. Helen Mainor. Mrs. Mattie Flagg. Mrs. ry and George Tutson. invited to share in the fete

each of these men there will Crockett is minister of the church. Celestine Way Mrs. Annie P. Glenn. Mrs. Catherine Hodge. Mrs. Rosalie B o y kin s. Mrs. Marguerite The Stanton Senior High School with the group.A .

follow a question and answer i Deacon Matthew Powell is ill Stewart Mrs. Mae Audrey Williams Mr. James Singleton and Mr. Freddie Richardson. will be presented

period. in his home 7400 Fernandina Ave. Back row in the same order are: Mrs. Hollis Feltoa. Mrs. Bessie Brown. Mrs. Alberta Reid. Mrs. under program the sponsorship of the Ma-

Others who will play leading Ella Cherry. Mrs. Emma Bell Mrs. Lullie M. Jones. Mrs. Carrie Bell Merrily and Mrs. Gertrude Morse.
To Honor trons Club of Mt. Salvary Baptist
roles in the educational Group
.panel Church and of which Mrs. Merce-
service will be such notable Musical Events Set des C. is chairman. She
General Conference Preview Wide Wesley
'M. County News Editors
Scouters -as L. Argrett, of By District SundayDistrict : states there will appear fine tal-
chairmanof
Church
Bethel
/ the Baptist East Division,: District Will Be In Si. Paul On SundayThe Chesl X-Rays ent and participation that invitations had been for program sent

Commissioner G. A, Mackay of No. 5 of West Friendship : The Vesper Committee of the \
to various and auxili-
societies
L. M. Rudd the Baptist Church will sponsora Allen Christian Endeavor Leagueof
Division
the,East ; Will Be Given
aries of the Mrs. Calhoun is
Boy Scout Executive here and musical program Sunday after- 1956 and thirty-fifth session of the General Conference of St.Paul AME Church Myrtle city.

James D. Alford of the host noon, April 15, beginning at 3 the African Methodist Church will be held in the city of Miami in Avenue and 13th Street will the lodge leader here and holds a

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church, who is Representative of! o'clock in the church and supportis May and representatives from all across the globe will, be present. A county-wide chest X-ray survey honor the newspaper editors and post in the state organization.Plans
asked. The will be the It will be the first time Florida has entertained the General their aides have been made rather
first for speaker ever will during a program at
Troop No. 51, the troop begin Tuesday May 8, for
and
Negro youth in this city. Rev. E. H. Holloway and music Conference.The with mobile X-ray units and the league hour 5:30 o'clock Sun- carefully the tea program.

Others interested in Scoutingwill will be presented by the New St. Paul AME Church technicians furnished by the Flor- day afternoon, April 29, and it is I

be present and will be presented Stanton High School band.. Allen Christian Endeavor League ida State Board of Health. Dr. asked ,that friends will join lea- Marianna Church

and it is asked that each There will be regular morning will preview the General Confer- Church Ready James H. Lewis president of the gue members at the fete. Scene Of WeddingThe

seat will be filled in the social services Sunday and in an after ence with such questions as, What Afro-American Life Insurance A'program will be presented by

room of the church.There will be service Sunday night of this week changes wilT be made? Who will For ProgramsChoir Company will have a committeeto prepared persons according to a St. James AME
Hill and congregation become the ? What statement made the committeeof Church of
the Rev. Norrjs new Bishops by
music rendered, also on the pro- help conduct the survey. Mrs. Marianna, Florida the
> of St. Matthew Baptist new laws will be legislated? What L. vice which Mrs. Erma L. Bryant,is was setting
Mary Betsch presidentand
gram. Sunday for the of Miss
Other services of the'day in the Church will have charge of serv- old laws will be repealed? How I of the St.Matthew Bap- treasurer of the insurance chairman. She states the program Betty Louise Pender wedding and Eddie

be the usual order will whatever is done affect the tist Church will sponsor a pro- is cochairman. will be presented in the church
church will ices.District company serving as Lee Ellis, with the of that
and support is asked for each. No. 1 of the church will lay member and the minister of gram Sunday, April 15, in the and large numbers of persons are pastor
congregation the Rev. E. Jones
,
The minister will be heard and meet in the church Sunday at 4 the local church? These and many auditorium of the church begin-: Residents 15 years of age and expected to attend. officiating.The ,

Choir will at 11 p. nu and District No. 7,will meetin more questions are in the mindsof ning at 3:30 p. m. older asked This is planned to be a new and
No. 1 sing a. m. I are to co-operate with bride is the daughter of the
services Sunday. the home of Mr. and Mrs. thousands of African Methodist. District 7 will meet Sunday at. the check-up which is being heldto inspiring part of the league pro- late John W. Pender of
Prince Thomas at 1111 Cleveland These questions will be discussed 3:30 p. m. in the home of Mrs. disclose gram of the church of which the Atlanta
tuberculosis cancer and Mrs. and the
Street at 4 p. m. Sunday. in the Sunday afternoon Lucile Murphy, 1210 Hart Street.! and other conditions of the chest nev. D. A. Russell is minister. Ophelia Pender
is the son of Mrs. Walter
INGROWN NAB.tuiRTma I District No. 3 will present a tea Forum. President Alexander Cot- District 5 will meet Sunday at: in need of medical attention.The Johnson.groom Congratulations

in the home of Mr. and Mrs. trell announced that the Forum 1533 W. 22nd Street at 3 p. m. mobile unit schedule will were
YOU sent in large numbers to the
.Teacher Williams Sunday and ,is Committee had secured the,serv- The ,Rev.' Lee ,McQueen will be announced Dr. Lewis St. Matthew Choir
1_..... soon couple.
tteftr11 scheduled to begin at 4 p.: m. ice of several outstanding minister have charge of,services on April said this week. The survey is To Present ProgramChoir
t
and laymen to discuss these 17 in the interest of District 6.
......eL 00"fCU" betas bi.-ea being sponsored by the Florida
....,fTVItIS SdP d":......a.aoOTGRO questions. Fellowship services will be conducted State Board of Health. The Duval Learn Commercial Art
1M 1 of the St. Matthew
t6-.Id.md.n..tk Bap-
ta.eh ro ....._.... BrotherhoodHeel Previews of the AME General with the Abyssinia Baptist County Health Department the tist Church will a Start ..

1 ..::. -Q Conference of 1956 will be discussed Church on April 17. Choir 2 and City Health Department The Du Sunday, April sponsor 15, in program the C. I. APPKQYID

by such panelists as Mrs. usher board No. 1 will serve.
Is Moiday val Chapter of the American auditorium of the church begin- AMERICAN
A. B. Williams a general officerof A musical program and pew Cancer Society and the Tuber- .
ning at 3:30 m.
the church and editor of the rally will be sponsored April 24. p. SCHOOL OF ART
culosis Association D u val Dinners will be sold Saturday in
LEARN TO DRIVE The Baptist Ministers Brother- AME Missionary Magazine; the R. L.,Lang will be guest speaker. County. M.ve4 To New Ucatfoa
the home of Mrs. Jessie Frazier on
of Duval and adjacent coun- Rev. D., A. Russell, pastor of SL 106 EAST BAY STRUT
TIw QvidtMf HM Inbtt hood Plans for the survey were discussed Grunthal Street in the interest of 24 ?barCHANPION'S
Way T. Urn ties will meet Monday. April 16, Paul, a church builder and a can- Hen's Setpewee. at a meeting held Tuesday District 6.

in Bethel Baptist Church of which didate for Secretary of Church Day night at the Jacksonville Urban

AJAXDRIVING Wilson is Extension the Rev. J. A. Roberts
the Rev. Robert H. pas ; League offices, with Dr. Lewis

SCHOOL tor.The pastor of Mt. Zion AME Church; presiding.

CALL EL"4-0639 Rev. H. Norris Jr. of the Dr. C. S. Williams, State Presi-

St. Mathews Baptist Church will] dent of the Allen Christian Lea-

George Perpend speak from the Sunday School gues, and candidate for secretaryof Men's Day will be observed Calendar FeatureSet MEN'S WEARIs

Education C. E. Sunday in the New Bethel AME In St. JamesA
1134 W. 5th Street lesson. Religious Law
The Rev. J. W. Calloway' will Church Law,instructor for the Church. George W. Bruton is gen- Your Size 15 or 1SJI2?

read the order of the day. league, a general conference vet- eral chairman and P. J. Williams Calendar Tea will be presented JUST RECEIVED ALL ,
chairman FIRST QUALITY
of the committee.
The Rev. H. H. Robinson is eran and secretary of SL Paul program Sunday April 22 in St. James

(jlid RefefofPAIN president of this group. will serve as moderator. AME Church on East 27th Street SHORT SLEEVE
J. E. Bradford will be guest
This program will be very interesting and it is asked that support will

Bethlehem Club educational and enter-! superintendent at the Sunday be forthcoming. The program will SPORT SHIRTS
School hour beginning at 9:15: a.
taining. Every individual in the be held from 4 to 6 p. m. and
. Plans Fete m. and Waymon Stone, will give Regular $3.98
Sunday I city is invited to attend this there will appear talented personson '
the general review of the lesson.
Forum. the program.

.. PAINS .f HCADACHC. NCU9UL.OU. i The Bethlehem Club of DistrictNo. Virgil D. Hawkins of Bethune- Hostess will be Mrs. Julia Lewis Now Just $1.98
.MCURITW with 9TANAACK T A 0LT.r Church Cookman College, Daytona Beach,
Second
POWDKNft. STANSACK k 33 of Baptist and co-hostesses will be Mrs. Ad-
Golden Jubilees
art .... .......ie.& f-U .. STAN will observe its fifth anniversary wilt give the address at 11 a. m. line Smith Mrs. Maude Stewart,
SACK timkmm MVMW iMlicallr .- The Rev Sr. Stock Up While Last
pr F. D. Richardson They -
..!. r--. lot* eM Mir *. take d.... Sunday, April 15, beginning witha Will Sing SundayAn Mrs. Freddie Lee Don, Mrs. Inez
.. TIle adM .1fMt 1"_ .1 th... 3 in home James Genwright; C. Parham
at the
m. Mrs.
.__.__ program p. i Thompson, Mrs. Edith HiU,
MULTiPlI ky.do. brill. 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
Johnson and Drl: C. S. Williams -
-.....v.1.I..... M.I.ty ... t..eM11r.ayl.e of .Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Jenkinsat after-service 'recital will be !Alice McIntosh and Mrs. Annie
., and will also appear on the program. f
1611 West 17th Street given by the Golden Jubilee Gos- Mae McIntosh.

TeetlTANBACK $,isa.I.rPr.Preli friends are asked to please sup- pel Singers beginning at 9 p. mon A special feature for the celebration -

= : I port.There wilT several talented Sunday in the First Born Tem- 6; p. m.is featuring Twilight the Musical"voices at of Mt. Nebe To Hear
T.ec.s avw I appear ple, 825 W. Monroe Street. !
"-' John Clipper P. J. Williams and > It :
II( I persons and other churches The singers, under the manage- ; [ He is in your state at last!

!of the city will have persons ap ment of George Stripling, will be W. D. Cannon. The following Two Preachers f:': '
@) !pear. featured in such selections as "Let ladies will serve" as hostesses: ";i r The great man that the people

God Abide" Tra a Witness," Mrs. Inez Davis, Mrs. Emma L. of Florida have been longing to
Monroe Miss Bettye Jean Donaldson minister will be
A well known
"Jesus" and others. see. Now is your big chance to
Mrs. Gladys Mills, Mrs. Me-
heard in the ML Nebo Baptist

RITZ THEATRE This Mrs.group Ozzie is B.being Williams sponsoredby in behalf lissa Worthy Miss Agnes Sharp, Church at Talladega Road and a; see this wonderful man while he

of the anniversary of Choir 1 Miss Katie Hughes Miss Mary Royal Terrace of which the Rev. ; : S S is so near. Known to millions as
Oliver Mrs. Mildred Pearson He is the
H. W. Stucky is pastor.
"
to be observed on May 8. 'The Seventh Son ordained i
Friday and Saturday April 13-14 Miss Lillie Culbert, Mrs. Gladys Rev. O. F. Howard, who will con- ,

WILD BILL HICKOK Daniels, Mrs. James Robinson duct a series of meetingsbeginning and chartered by "Peoples

Addison Sisters. Mrs. Ella Warren Mrs. Christine Monday evening, April 16 in
Spiritualist (Parent
Temple"
'TWO GUN TEACHER"
Newsome and'MisS Lillian the church. The Ma. T. SM It

..4BOWERY To Sing SundayBishop Hughes. Assisting the Rev. Mr. Howardin ULYSSES Body), Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A.If .
BOYS
the meetings will be the Rev.
TO BAGDAD" Mosley, a s t o r of the
"BOWERY p Choir No. 1 To Give Mrs. Viola Reynolds of Orlando, you are sick, unhappy, crossed up, need
of
Church of God in Christ the
SERIAL COMEDY CARTOON who is president of the National
New Testament located on Flor- Tea Affair SundayChoir Prayer Band of America. money, then see me today for God works miracles

ida Avenue between Third and
through his Holy Prophets. Be to
sure
has announced the get my great
Fourth Streets
1 of Simpsoh Methodist
15-16-17 nil THE PLIfi
Sunday Monday Tuesday April of the Addison Sisters for 7 14
appearance Church will give a "Calendar blessings Saturday, April and 21. No mail,
GEORGE RAFT EDWARD G, ROBINSON of Tallahassee in musical
a Tea" on Sunday from 4 to 6 p. min 01 STOIICNIPSEI

"A BULLET FOR JOEY"- program on Sunday at 3 p. m. the social hall of the church. Half-alive.headachy.when constipation telegrams or phone calls received. You must come

The public is invited. The speaker for the occasion sours stomach} BlackDraughtrelieve. ; in person.
PANCHO constipation overnight.
"TREASURE OF VILLA"Wednesday will, be Miss Eliza Rich. Music Helps sweeten tour stomach too.

will be furnished by Misses Betty tmle-Stl.at Svnfmr Wilts Oimfgt! CONTACT ME AT MICCOSUKEE FLA.
AGMIN6 MUSCLES No harsh' griping. Made from pure ,
and Laveta
Barbara Ellis
Asque, i vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
and Thursday April 18-19 Irving; choirs 1 of West Union gently uncorks clogged intestines. JUST ASK TO SEE ULYSSES

...".. ... at IiHI, ....,; e.Mq ... AME Brings comforting relief in morning.
"FORT DEFIANCE" .fa.wflfc TANBACX.takfa.*.*0vtoTANMCX Baptist Church the Midway Then Biack-Draneht life looks today.sunny again Get THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES FOR,, MY WORK
acts fart to.......e.*.Hktk Church and the St. Peters Baptist :
..d ..a........... .$rrMUAoc...... Church. : ::a == T.aYi i.= COME EARLY TO PREVENT
"MAMBO" .=..... ..... .......... "" ... ...... .. THE RUSH!
IIm.J.ft.: :
< :
:
.eaaan hi' ... If taew Miss Ella Johnson will serve aj _

mistress of ceremony. UId'fW s:, = ._ _u ::
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: Citizens Told How To Obtain Homes Under, Credit Programfly


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Viliilary Home Mortgage Credit Jaxons Enjoy Tea Event I LSD Won't BaaParlicipalio. -


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Is Deans Stales Con essman Bennett In

j Mixed Events e

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i (EDITOR'S NOTE:-What a Negro .citizen in this area of the .Z OAF i.W
e
nation may do to obtain a home under the Voluntary Home Mortgage Baton Rouge, La. The Boardof

r' Credit Program, is told this *week under the name of Congressman Supervisors of Louisiana State

: Charles E. Bennett of Jacksonville who represents the Second University in Baton Rouge last

Congressional District of which this city is a part. It is interestingand Monday refused to act on a move

is asked to be read fully and carefully' by those persons who y to ban the university from participating ,

need it.) 0 sy yin' racially mixed ath-
1
BY CONG. CHARLES E. BENNETT etie events.

It is pleasure to write these I The Board tabled a resolution

lines and I do trust they will b. If you are building a house, proposed by Board Member J.

prove helpful to many of those you must send along at least two Stewart Slack of Shreveport a ))4nI

who wish to learn of this new photographs showing the building leader in the pro-segregation

program of the obtaining a home site and a street scene showingthe Citizens Councils.

under it. I immediate neighborhood; one Slack had introduced a resolu-

1. An application must be made set of plans and specifications; tion to keep LSU out of athletic

to the VHMCP Regional Office and,a copy of your building contract < events at home or away. He

whose address VolUntary Home or a. brief certificate from k agreed to the deferment of actionon '

Mortgage Credit Program 402 your contractor indicating that he his resolution last Monday but these A Up or outstanding the Pepd Cap yougmerirans to

Walco Building Comer Pryor will build the house for a given says he will bring up it again. who nuke oar
ard oar eammvntty
country
and Auburn Avenue Atlanta Ga. price. The Board earlier had endorsed a better plate: la which to liveWILLIAM

2. Upon request they will send 3. When your application is a statement by President Troy i

you a standard set of application completely filled out and the Middleton of LSU.
----------- ------ ---------- Middletonsaid
forms, which must be filled out necessary documents are ready AT TEA EVENT-A group of ladies who were in attendance at the tea event held last Sunday in : "Changing conditions else-

completely and returned to them. for sending they should all be the home of Mr.; and Mrs. David Scott 5743 Avenue B. is seen here. In the front row, left to right are: where made it inevitable that Negro -

Along with the application forms, mailed together to the 'address in Mesdames Ida Scott Elizabeth Crawford Wilhelmenia Baldwin. Edna Board. Irene Grant Martha Robinson ; students representing other C C

the following additional docu- 1 above. Charlotte Macon Louise Brown. Leona Daniels Annie Mae Champion Maiiie Bishop. Lucile R. institutions will compete infrequently -

ments are necessary: 4. When your application is received Morrison. Tommie Williams. Lillie Mae Fitzpatrick and Patsy Davis. in athletic contests with

a. If you are buying an .X Crl in the office of VHMCP, it I II LSU students if a strong athletic
Back row, left to right. Mesdames.Rose Lee Gason Sarah Rice. Inez V. Williams. Rose L. Green.
house you must send along at will then be referred to the home I program is to be maintained.
least three photographs ,showing office of one of a large number of !Susie E. SmalL Irene Austin. Susan Rodgers. Anna Cummings..Gertrude Gibson Martha Gibson. L. D.

front view and rear view of"the private lenders who are partici- I Brown. E. M. Brown. Willie. YoUng. Ada Standard. Ledessa Johnson. and Ruth Bryant. I

house and a street scene, and you pating in this Program. After t. slender i The men in the group are Reuben Baldwin. Joseph Johnson. Clyde Johnson. Willie F. Smith and Proposed YMCA

must also send along a copy of has made a preliminary !the Rer. G. M. Champion. .
your purchase contract. review of your: application to see I

Site Inspected

if it is basically acceptable,
arep-I
H Feed babyCARNATION resentative of the lender Solons Asked Y
Officers and members of the
your in contact with you in order to
Davis Street Branch of the YoungMen's
discuss
personally all details regarding -
To Act 3 SMITH JR.
Upon Christian Association madea
the loan request and it Mathew W. Gilbert
will be necessary for you to fill tour Friday and an inspection lligh school
out certain additional of the land at Third and Francis Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
papers nec- Bills this very active number
essary in order to obtain a VA Rights Streets which may be obtained of the ll-A class servingas
from the city as a building site assistant business manager -
FHA insurance for
guarantee or of his class. Smith
,
the loan you request. The lender for the Branch YMCA of the city. has participated very satisfactorily -
WASHINGTON Sen. Hubert in both the
will help 'do this. If In charge of the tour was Geo. marching D 4 concertband
,
you you are
H. Humphrey D-Minn.) called.pathe of the scoool.
1- Robinson, executive secretary of
r-- America's"healthy seeking a VA guaranteed loan, it Senate Judiciary Committee
the City Recreation Department.
will be necessary: for you to havea t
to act "a minimum
Monday F
on >
Certificate of Eligibility issued And in the party also were J. Ellis *
basic
of civil
package" rights leg-
by the Veterans Administration.The Crosby president of the board of
i klatinn
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tell lenders'how to representative about will --Humphrey--- wrote all committee YMCA directors Program of the; Odis Jacksonville B. Hinnant ..
milk! you go getting
members and
"early earn-
urging
baby"
this certificate. YMCA general secretary; Dr. S.
est consideration" of three civil
lL Kramer
Nash C. Paul, Dr. E.
5. After the lender has inter- rights bills he introduced last
W. Thompson, chairman of the
viewed you and feels that the year.
board of management of the
loan can be made, an applicationwill The measures would protectNegroes' Davis
Street Branch YMCA; Jesse
be filed.for the VA guarantee voting rights set up a
.- : W. Word. Davis Street Branch
> ; .
; orFHA. insurance Your propertywill civil rights division In the Justice
: j YMCA executive secretary; Dr. L.
y. then be appraised and the and certain
Department guarantee
B. Childs, Mrs.. Mae Kennedy
certificate will be issued. The basic all All
rights to persons.
.' Mrs. Norris L. Jackson, Women'sAuxiliary
time required for obtaining these three bills have been recommended -
chairman; Mrs. Kathleen -
appraisals varies, but it will prob- by the Judiciary subcommittee -
McKenzie, A. Philip Waring,
Ii- < ably not take much longer than Constitutional
on Rights. Urban League director; Mrs.
: three weeks to obtain this certifi- Humphrey said lack of a
any Pearl L. Miller, Clarence Wagenerand
.. cate. quorum at committee sessions appears -
:ii} ; Eugene J. Butler, principal of
6. When the certificate has ELIZABETHWASHINGTON
be
;,r to a "major stumbling Matthew W. Gilbert High School
-- been issued by the VA or FHA, block." He asked nine Senate cosponsors Mathew W. Gilbert
:-' The property pleased all members -
: the lender will then work with of the bills to help "ex High School
of the visiting group, Mr.
.,. lighly deserving of merits
you in connection with obtainingthe pedite action" by urging a "favor-
Word states. this young lady member -
r !t. necessary notes, mortgages able majority to attend committee of nth grade class of
Mathew Gilbert and
second -
.. and other papers, and in connec- sessions." vice president of New
.ty ; tion with other details necessary Homemakers of America.She .
;; .' The Senator also suggested that Fire PolicemanIn serves in Junior
'. ;:. < in order to close the loan.. the constitutional rights subcommittee choir of Mt. o'feCburdL : AME

7. You will, of course, under- "give further considera- I Beating Case

& stand that not all of the loans requested tion" to another bill by him to Of Negro Woman {

z- can be made. Much will establish a civil rights commis- >

depend upon the location and sion. He noted that President
PENSACOLA Mc-
George
condition of the particular prop- Eisenhower has called for,such a -
Larty, 25-year-old white police-
erty you wish to buy or build; commission.
man under a two-year sentencefor
upon your credit; and possibly Humphrey said he would wel-
aggravated assault a Negro
: upon the down payment that you come bi-partisan support in his on
fired Mon-
; are able to make. You will find, drive for action on civil rights woman resident was

however, that VHMCP is anxious bills. day.The
to help you and"-will do every- Pensacola Civil Service

i thing possible to assist you in acquiring Board discharged McLarty on

% a home. If there are other Services throughout the day three counts insubordination, ,
will be in of the of misconduct and his conviction ofa .
questions that need to be answered charge youth
felony. The board cleared him '
would that the city. .
I suggest you : ,
write to the Voluntary Home Miss Ruth Anderson will speak of another charge that he had < l

Mortgage Credit Program officein at the morning service and music molested the woman. .1....., o/', "_' .

ltobM Reed RoOlnt.Let Aitgtltt,a Flnt PrIze Whet of the CrnUon Hometown HKky Baby Contest Atlanta and they will be very will be furnished by the choir of McLarty, who was suspendedfrom j)1, IJ t:.
.
17 is at liberty
glad to help you. Edward Waters College, Miss duty January ,
'Ruth Gregg. directing. under $1,000 bond pending an appeal PAUL W. SttllH

THE MILK EVERY DOCTOR KNOWS is say: "My doctor recommended it." C. Lenwood Lee will deliver the of the assault conviction to Mathew mjh W.School Gilbert

Carnation. It's the safest form of No wonder more Carnation is used Youth Day Plans message at SO' p. m. A youth the Florida Supreme Court. This young man is popular

milk for baby's bottle. ..the most in hospital formula rooms through Made For Sunday"Youth rally will beheld at this time. He orginally had been charged on activities.the Eaststde He in various has

nourishing and digestible, too. No out the world than all other brands The evening worship hour, will with attempted rape and aggravated participated successfullythe in the
past four
wonder 8 out of 10 mothers who feed combined. No wonder Carnation,.is Day" will be observedon be musical with the Celestrial assault on two Negro concert a n lea marching

their babies a Carnation formula the milk you can trust! Sunday.April 29 in,the Simpson Spirituals Singers and other talents women. He was convicted by a band a member of his of school Boy and Scout is
Methodist Church. appearing. court of record jury March 9, onlyof troop and Sunday Schoolof
the aggravated assault charge du'mb'C..9at.i.tie.s the Ebenezer Methodist


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Putnam .County News 4-H Leaders Honored for Service I I No Revolt Expected Marijuana Racket

I I ... "" .-< ...,,_...,._......,. .....' ,"".", ...4."... ,. ,0-" '. '01 ... t Over New !Party Threat Raid Made On Four
f. VREEM ,
BY E. J..
c- TAMPA -A crackdown on the
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888 Madison Street. Palatka. Florida ATLANTA -Democratic Chairman
-5. marijuana racket continued Mon-
%: Phone East 5-9825 Paul Butler said Sunday.he
-; I day with arrest of four men and
Jft :does not third
expect a party revolt -
I seizure of a supply of the narcotic
by Southerners over the segregation -'valued
<* A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK dispute. at $5,000.

'"He alone has lost the art to lire who cannot win new friends." Butler, speaking on television, Det. Capt. Walter Heinrich said
raY
the sack of marijuana weighedmore
Last week we invited Mr. Robert Pettigrew. of South 10th SI.. said "the South has nothing to than a pound and was the

to fee the guest of the Florida Star to the, m ou e Before we' send gain by such a revolt," and thata largest haul here in recent years.

out this week's Invitation we wish.to remind you that May 8th will Democratic split would help the Four Tampa"Negroes found in a

be day of the first primary'election and U you are registered don't Republicans.The barber shop where the marijuanawas

,fail to go to th* polls and vote 11Y national party chairman seized were booked for in-
said the segregation manifesto
We have just returned from vestigation of narcotics possession.In .
signed by more than 100 Southern
Gainesville, where we attendedthe end. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saund the past month 10 men have
Congressmen had little effect
General Baptist State Con ers of Bronx. N. Y. Mr. Saundersis "very" been arrested in what Heinrich

vention which was one of the largest the brother of Mrs. Paige. A b 0, around the country. He suggested said are related marijuana cases.
that North and South
sessions held in its history. fishing trip was one of the courtesies ex-
change speakers during the 1956
Dr. J. A. Finylason presided very extended them. PATRONIZE
political campaign to close differences .
ably assisted by Dr. A. B. Coleman Florida StarAdvertisers
between wings of the Dem-
of Jacksonville first vice Mrs. Alma Gordard Mrs Ethel ocratic Party.

president. Several dignitariesfrom Smith Mrs. Carrie Chisolm.Albert r F '

the Progressive State Con- Davis and P. D. D. L. Wil- v

vention were present includingDr. liams. attended the American Le- '' -

J. C. Sams president; Dr. gion Conference in Orlando last A T!

Robert H. Wilson Dr. H. H. Rob- Saturday. ,; .-J. ,

inson, Dr. Don W. Pelhams, anmany ,rw '

,others. ... $
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well
Palatka was representedlast HOURCLEANERS,
Sunday afternoon at the dedIcation HONORED FOR SERVICE Some of the 4-H leaders who were honored recently during the National

This week we are sending out services of the R.J. E.High 4-H Week celebration are shown'here. At left paying tribute to the leaden is Miss Evelyn

our invitation to a lady who lives School, at Starke, Florida. Those Brown. The other ladies are: Mrs. Rubinnia Kirklin Mrs. Bernice White Miss Ondria King. Mrs.

. notvery far from this reporter. who attended were Professor F. Agnes Taylor. Mrs. Mildred Jochm. Miss Sylvia Munger. Mrs. Vera J. Robinson Mrs. O. H. Baldwin l'' \

She is very small and she sure R. Brooks. H. H. Wright L. R. Mrs. Ethel PowelL Mrs. Orpha Lee Jochm and Ytiss Jessie M.. Caine..
ride She and her
bicycle.
can a. .
Catherine
Mullins Mr. Williams Mrs.
husband were once'residents of
Green, Mrs. Colen Ellis and is a senior 4-H Club leader, having -
Jacksonville. She: and her sister National 4-H Club Week Celebration
resemble each other very much. this reporter. Also Mr. H. L. served for ten years in four --Jru; y

Bundy of Crescent City, Fla. local schools. Mrs. Nellie Mills
Now I am sure she will under- :
Proves To Be Event presented Mrs. Powell with twen-
stand we are inviting her to the Interesting
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Britt who ty-five red carnations. A carnation -
her two BACHELOR BUNDLES
movies. I will give passesto
once resided in the Davis projects for each year she has served. .
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the movies, as soon as she noti- --
on 14th Street have recentlymoved The outstanding 4-H Club event Ira Baker, Marian Smith Jacqueline Twenty-five red roses were also

fies me. in a Taval apartment on for the ,month of March was the Baker, Betty Ann Acque, presented to her by Rosalyn-

Mrs. Freddie Williams, secretary Napoleon Street. National 4-H Club Week celebra- Patricia Colson, Elaine Brinkley, Moore Redding a gift from Mrs. 5 HOUR SERVICE

of Central tion sponsored by the Duval Ruby Lee Stokes Irma Jean Mills, Alexander Skinner., Miss Pearl
the
to principal .
School oPalatka Mr. Guilyard Green was elected County 4-H Club! Council and Annie Lois Jones Carolyn Coles Laffitte former co-worker of Mrs. E.a tifBlhr ......Nd .. Academy Elementary Worshipful Master. of the held at the Matthew W. Gilbert Betty Jean Jenkins Ethel Jean Powell sent her a .lovely orchid.
has recovered: from a neat This celebration marked the 29th
newly organized Widow's Son High SchooL Breaker, Jessie Mae Bacon, Mary
of service for Mrs. Powell
illness. year
Lodge of the Prince Hall Masons James E. Gorman managing director Jane-Cooper, Lucinda Lamb, Le with the Agricultural Extension { h/

Miss Alice Browning formerlyof instead of John Boyd as stated In of Florida Chain Store wanta Stockling Deloris McKenzie Service. t tm
last week. J
this column Vernell Shirley
Council the Stewart
Pomona Park and now residing, was guest speakerand PATRONIZE ,
Battles and Persharon Jenkins.
in Oldsay Conn. spent the weekin spoke from the theme of the

Palatka. She also visited rela- program "IMPROVING FAMILY STANDARD COPY 4-H JACK- Florida StarAdvertisers
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West Ashley 416 Main Street
tives in Lake Wales and Paradise Typing Tests, AND COMMUNITY LIVING. ETS: Lois Hayes and Evelyn

Park on the ,invitation' of the As a promoter of youth and Brown.

Star reporter. other commronity-building programs MOST OUTSTANDING CLUB

Set At College he highly commended the PARTICIUATION IN: 1955, won

Miss Alice Austin is convalescing "' Glee Club and Band of MatthewW. by 4-H Club of Baldwin an en-

in Flagler Hospital following ,, Daytona Beach -The first an- Gilbert High School and the graved gaveL Patricia Colson is SPRINGTIME, SPECIALSON
president the senior and
a serious illness. other participants on the programfro group
nual state-wide shorthand and
mvarious schools throughout Eleine Brinkley is president of
typing contest sponsored by the3ethuneCookman the junior Mrs. Jessie P. '
Duval County for developing group.
Miss Flossie Peterson has. recovered -
College Com their talents for the greater usefulness Lewis and Miss Annie Pearl Clay- OUR
from a recent illness. Department and Pi OmegaPi FLORENCE' NO HOMEY DOWN
merce and. their instructors for ton are 4-H leaders and Mrs. I' I
Honorary Fraternity, will beheld Olivia H., STOCK
Baldwin is principaLLARGEST OF -
Jacquelyn Washington has been at Bethune-Cookman College the very fine training given these CLUB ATTENDANCEAT JUST TRADE-IN YOUR OLD STOVE,

invited to lunch Monday in the young people.
20-2L
% Thirty-five (35)
April
cafeteria of Central Academy as Ira Baker, vice president of the CELEBRATION was won by RANGES
schools expected to participateIn
are 4-H Club Council, introduced the Westconnett 4-H Club of which
our guest.
this contest. Lee Starkes is
Ruby president,
Schedule of events of the con speaker. Awards Made Mrs. Celestine Martin 4-H leader Florence Gas Range, CALL US BY 11 .
Glover Dunbar of Flint Mich,,
brother of Mrs. Ethel McGriff, is. test registration is as follows, Moore: 9-11:45 Gymnasium a. m.; The State and County awardsfor and Mrs. Helen Roux, principaL Prices Start at YOU'LL BE COOKING BY 7 .
Charles E. of
1955 Mrs. Young president
were presented by
visiting in Palatka after 13 years.
12-12:45 p. m. Chapel; 12:451:45p. : Nellie D. Mills Duval County the Beach Kiwanis Club presented

m, lunch; 2 p. m. General As beautiful trophy to the 4-H
Paige had Home Demonstration Agent. a ONLY
Mr. and Mrs. Henry
sembly Rooms 5 & 6, Moore
Club of Jacksonville Beach for
last week- State awards, Dress Revue, De-
their house
u guests Gymnasium; 3-4 p. m., Prelimi- loris McKenzie, daughter of Mr. their. fine participation in the

nary Shorthand and Typing Con- Veterans Parade. Mrs. I Bay at Duval at Daval
630-7:301 and Mrs. Max Hall of Moncrief Day Orpha -- Pay I

Nu AdmitsHe tests; 5-6 p. m. Dinner; Community, winner of $50.00 Lee Jackson- and Mrs. Jessie Mae $16'9'95

p. m.Social Courtesy, Curtis Hall; Savings Bond donated by Sim- Cain are the 4-H leaders. Richard

8: p. m., Blue Revue-Zeta Beta Cook is This
plicity Pattern Company, also principaL trophywas
Killed Wife
Sorority, Moore Gymnasium. Saturday -
medal and certificate. Miss On- donated by the Jacksonville
the 21st, 6:45-730: a. m.
; dria .King and Miss Gertrude Beach Chamber of Commerce. AND YOUR OLD STOVE
Aid Her Frails breakfast; 9 p. m. General Assembly Glover of Isaiah Blocker Junior Tribute To Leaden Largest Selection in Town!

; 9:30-11:00 a. m.. Shorthand _High_........ were n__ _her__ 4-H_ __ advisors. "10.1.; YO::: .7U B_uwuLlGu.' +I.... n..1..J.......,;..... .
and Typing Finals; 11 a. m. ACHIEVEMENT: Patricit Col- 4-H Club paid a beautiful and Completely festalled With We M' a cerloaJ" at a time-that. U why w. se.e TOM asoay .

MIAMI Edward Roberts, Pictures taken 12:30-1:30 m. '
; p. son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.: glowing tribute to the teachers Two 100-Lb.
captured here after a four-day Announcementof
Lunch; 1:45 a. m..
volunteer
served
John Colson of Baldwin winnerof who have as
search admitted to police Mondayhe .
shot his wife and her parentsto Winners Moore Gymnasium.POLITICS pen and pencil set donated by leaders in the,4-H movement and Tanks Gas

ford Motor Company also medal presented each with a framed
death because "as long as I GAS
and certificate. Mrs. Jessie P. plaque ,entitled "The Local
was going to jail I figured it LewiS and Miss Annie Pearl Clayton Leader" by Dr. C. B, Smith. The
might as well be for somethingbig. q'
were her 4-H advisors. Mrs. 4-H leaders are: Mesdames JessieP. f Ranges

AS 'USUAL Lewis has had three state winners Lewis, Bernice White Orpha BIG HAM
Officers explained that Roberts
during her seven years as a vol- Lee Jackson, Verna J. Robinson, !
who was picked up on a street
unteer leader in 4-H work with Mildred Jackson,Gertrude Glover; FREE WITH EACH ,
was awaiting trial for an ,
corner (Continued from Page 2)) the Baldwin club. Rubianna Kirklin. Willie Mae ..
assault on his wife when the STOVE SOLD JLe.4 ,
COUNTY AWARDS. LEADERSHIP Jones Marie Hogan O. H. Bald __
shootings occurred the Monday race with Messrs Coke Barr' and _
night before. Isis Bryant nimbling at Mrs. Iva : Lewanta Stockling.. Jacksonville win. Eva Guyton Agnes Taylor' __

The 28-year-old Negro resident T. Sprinkle should prove highly daughter of Mr.and Mrs. and Mary A. Bradford; Misses"'
Ulysses Stockling. medal and Ondria King Celestine Martin,
admitted; police said that he shot interesting. We feel certain however -
certificate Edward Foss Wilson, Jessie' Mae Caine, Annie Pearl
his wife, Mrs. Blanche Roberts, that neither of the two op-
ponents to the incumbent will donor. Clayton, Sylvia Mungen and Ger-
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24, her father. James Smith ,
and her 66-year-old mother, Mrs. permit this contest to get out of HOME IMPROVEMENT: Myra trude Glover. ,

Marian Smith. with a .22 caliber the realm of dignity and fall into Foye Johnson, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Ethel M. Powell. Home

ungentlemanly mudslinging as and Mrs. Percy L. Johnson Bald- Demonstration Agent was highly
rifle.
:
Police said Roberts told them was witnessed four years ago. win, winner of medal and certifi- honored when she was presenteda
cate.. Sears Roebuck Foundation beautiful engraved plaque in
he was sorry he killed his wife, Lacy Mahon wants to move out ,
donor. gold for 25 of unselfish and x
but had "no regrets" about the of his office as Representative and years a
murder of his in-laws. He said is now making a bid for the County RECOGNITION FOR LEADERSHIP I devoted service to the 4-H Club

his wife's parents had prevented Solicitor's job. If he should win IN LOCAL CLUBS, GATE movement. This presentation was
SIGNS 4-H Club Donor. I made by Mrs. Bernice White who
him? from seeing his four children. the post we only hope he will stayin .
the job long enough to make .. .
_
some contribution. Our own ex- Article in Reader's Digest Reveals : b

INCOME TAX RETURNS perience is that citizens begin to v .

Short Form $2.00 lose confidence in public officials t,

Long Farm $440: who move ,from job to job every! Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs SHOP 'TIL .. .

NED JACKSON time an election rolls around. A

TAX EXPERT singular case is that of Robert K So Often a Needless Misery! .

133 Clay Sk Ph. EL 8-3703 Roberts, city councilman who was 9 P.M. '

,8 A.M.rm 8 PM. elected to-office last year: and is Do you suffer terrible nervous torsion stopped or strikingly relieved
now making a bid to move to the -feel jittery irritable depain and discomfort!13 out' of 4 4 r,
pressed-Just before your period women got glorious relief! Mon.Fri.Duval. 7t n..J
House of Representatives.It each month? A startling article In Taken: regularly ptnknam' re-
is cur thinking that an 'official READER'S DIOFST.reveals such I1eveaheheadachescrampLnervpremenstrual -
tension .dozing aDd before
torment seediest our -
Lem Commercial Art mud remain in office a reasonable misery in many cases! your period. Many'women never
length of time to prove Thousands have already discovered suffer--even on the flrtt Gail Why
Stet Anytime avoid such should ?Tms month,start taking -
how to suffering. you
:his for getting things done
C. I. AfHtOYtO ability With Lydia Pinkham's Compound PinkhamX If you don't Appliance CompanyOur
and Working in the interest of the and Tablets they're so much hap" escape pre-menstrual tension...so
AMERICAN people. We cannot help but think pier less tense as those "diQcultday's" often the cause of uahapptaesa&
approach! Get Lydia E.
SCHOOL OF ART that officials who more from post Lydia Pinkham's Ii .ctsss't.stanaauiag Pinkbam's Vegetable -
to post after they hare barely has e. remarkable End d.J......___pt Compound.. Aim: "To Give You More for Your Money"
Mewl T. New Untie interested soothing etfect en ....st.ev............t or convenient new
erred a term are only the sosrce of aud1 ..... Tablets wfafcn have
106 EAST BAY STRBTl tp reSef daieg ud 82* PEARL STREET PHONE EL 6-2493
tf Hear la dLnUng to the top for their t tee, Jtkta .' ie.....a. -A&.Ii--1 added. Milnlgtsts.w .

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Qiarlel Voted OB All-Sfar Team Jaxens Take ITo Boating Ir I Bralton Freed Negro Reports



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After AfinulMeei ,, l Of Narcotics MarylandFor
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EVANSTON -Four of the five berths on the NCAA All- ,f:3 t"" ; DETROIT Johnny Bratton

I Tournament basketball team went to Negro players in the voting former welterweight champion of _

following the 18th annual tournament at Northwestern University's the world, was cleared of a nar- COLLEGE PARK, Md.-The

McGaw Mehorial halL cotics charge in Detroit last week University of Maryland had its

National champion San' FranCisco and immediately left for Chicago first Negro player ever to trout

n placed two Negro San Francisco's Bill Russell failed with his wife. for the varsity football team when

Bill Russell and Hal Players.1 to get the MVP award. The Don's A c L The 28-year-old former champwas the team reported for spring prac-

University placed two.Bill 6-11 star,was a unanimous choice stopped for a traffic violationand tice. He reported with 40 oters.

the only white player to make the for the first string center position. a police search of his car un- He is Raymond Holland 18-year

top squad and Carl Cain the I Also named from the Dons was covered a half smoked marijuana old 5-foot 8-inch halfback. Hol-

classy colored player who sparkedthe Hall Perry another Negro captain (' cigaret in an ash tray. land is a sophomore engineering

Hawks this season. I and guard. .abxro 1. George D.Clay, assistant Wayne major who transferred from

Hal (King)Lear another Negro Maryland State.
County prosecutor, declined to
Cain and Logan of Iowa were
player did not make 'the All- Holland began iiis athcletic career -
recommend a warrant when Brat-
named for the forward
positions. at Douglas High School
Tournament Five but he emerged in
ton explained he had two
young
Both players were standouts during .
.
(' W 6 Baltimore where he starred in
with the Most Valuable Player Y yp
men watch his car that day whilehe
award. The 5-foot 11-inch senior the entire seaso nand during football, he was a sprinter on the
the fY b' +w.: loaded luggage for a return to
tournamentLear y
track team and wrestler.
a .
guard set four new individual his Chicago home.

NCAA tourney scoring marks. and Russell were unani- &- Bratton, who won the welter- He played quarterback in his

For the first time in seven mous choices by the 57 voting weight title from Charlie Fusariin junior year at Douglas, switchedto

tournaments including the NCAA radio and newsmen who coveredthe 1951 and lost it to Kid Gavilansoon halfback as a senior but was
injured during the of
finals. early part
after, said he believed one
the season and missed the entire
Lear received five more votes s of the youths put the cigaret in
Jackie Is SetDodgers season.
than last year's MVP Bill Russellin his ash tray.Clowns.
Holland entered Maryland ,as a
the poll.
student from Maryland State and
With
h' '-,A- ___,...,____ r.V has a 15-hours-a-week study load.
I To Face
BOATING ENTHUSIASTS- Boa owners who participated in the Easter week-end boat races at He appeared to be very fas tin

MIAMI The Brooklyn Dodgersare LomiDeGels New Berlin. Florida are shown here. Kneeling from left to right: .George Christopher. Sammie Lee I practice. He spent most of the

blessed with a blessing that Nathan. Carl Thomas. Sr. T. Gary LoYingood. R. V. Daniels Albert Parrish and Carl Thomas. Jr. New York Here drill practicing hand-offs under

most managers are crying for and Standing: Charlie Green. Edwin Matthews. Jerome Singletary. S..A. (Chris) Christopher. Edward Backfield Coach Fred Laymanand

that is a blessing to be heavily Negro Star Holt. Commodore of the New Berlin Boat Club: Israel Starling. Fred Demery. Robert (Bob) Watkins Lynn Beightol graduating

laden with talent, and especiallywith and Alvin Lasler. I HOLLYWOOD Flav-The Ind- quarterback who is helping out.

a star performer like Jackie ianapolis Clowns are set for an- Coach Tommy Mort said: "Hol-

Robinson. There are eight dependable LOUISVILLE, Ky.-For the football season and from all evi- other season of baseball and (unmaking land asked if he could.come out

infielders on the team first time in the history of the SPORTING IT UPBY dence it will be a thriller. Gram- according to Syd Pollock, for the team, and I told him he

and only six can be kept. The big Louisville Colonels, a Negro has bUng who won the mythical foot- the team's general manager. was welcome like anybody else

question is, what can be done been added to the roster and he is ball championship last season Pollock: reported from the and told hi mto draw equipment."
C. PARHAM JOHHSON'COLLEGE
with Jackie Robinson. very highly rated as a speedy out- seems to be very happy over the Clows new headquarters at Holly-

I Jackie is in tip-top shape. He fielder and a heavy hitter. It is relationship taht will bring these wood Fla. that the team will

is doing a plenty of running to believed by the manager and the BASEBALL is receiving ton, George Crowe Jim Pendle- two top notch clubs together. play its first exhibition on April Alikea Gikoi
a big let ,down by the ton and Humberto Robinson.
? keep in shape as ordered by owners of the Colonels that he This will be a case of Eddie Rob- 15 in North Carolina. He also
will the team's stock the public. Since the stars in collegiate Aaron, Bruton and Crowe were
Coaches Joe Becker and Jake Pit- boost at stated that the Clowns will on
such inson meeting E.J. (Ox) Clemons. go Wire Two Titles
competition are making with the team last season. Robinson -
ler. As a result, Jackie says: "My plate and at the gate. The name ROBERT Lit Abner Hopkins is a barnstorming tour with the New
headway in the major leagues, with the team for while
was a
feel bet of the is Dario Rubin-
legs are in good shape. I player slated to draw $3,500 from the York Black Yankees. The two
and since often the and
very at college so was Pendleton.
ter now than I have in several steing. Harlem Globetrotters for a tour teams were hot rivals during last PALERMO Sicily Althea:
big league scouts are in
*'' games THE BROOKLYN DODGERSstill
years. j The handsome 5-foot 10-inch he is scheduled to make with the season. Gibson, former Florida A. and
All during the Grapefruit season lash, who weighs 160 pounds, attendance, it stands to reason lead the list of big league ball team. Hopkins is said to be the Headlining the Clowns aggrega-. M. tennis star won two tennis
the have
Jackie has been alternatingwith batted .327 in the Pony League that players must some- clubs in the number Negro greatest point getter of the decade. tion this year will be first sacker titles and advanced into the finals
to offer. From the attend-
thing
Randy Jackson,-the third .last season. The front office gives : players on their roster at present. Hopkins has been the scoring gem "Natureboy" Williams and third II for a third.
it it is
ance, seems that customaryfor
'baseman the DOdgers securedfro :him an' even chance to equal I The Dodgers have Jackie Robinson of the Grambling basketball team baseman "Prince" Joe Henry. She defeated Mrs. Heather
[ to ask for something
mthe Chicago Cubs during the I this mark or better it with the people the pioneer of Negro big over the past three,seasons. Henry is said to be a perfect replacement Brewer of Bermuda, 6-2, 6-2, for
colleges -
don't want. When the
winter. This situation has met Colonels.. they league ball players, Roy Campan- WITHIN A VERY SHORT for "Goose" Tatum, the women's singles champion-
erased baseball from their ,
with Jackie's approval whole Rubinsteing came to the Cola ella, the iron man catcher Sandy while from now the curtain will who reportedly got his start With ship then teamed with Mrs.
the public continued to
heartedly and the entire Dodger nels through an international program Amoros, Chico Fernandez, Charlie raise on the 1956 baseball season, the "Merrymakers." Brewer to win the doubles championship -
ask for it. Now that it has return- I
well pleased that Jackieis Neal, Bob Wilson, up from Mon- The team usual will have its beating Louise Hawton
team are transaction. The ball club was both in the minors and in the ma- as ,
ed to the various college cam-
taking it in such good spirit. purchased by 'three Cuban busi- is treal for a trial and the ever de- jors. Many faces that were seen All-Time Funmakers in King Tut,! and Thelma Long of Australia
the attendance a poor
The problem is by no means ness men who wasted little time puses expression of their wants. pendable Junior Gilliam and Big during the spring training season! Spec Bebop and clown Ed Ham-: 6-$ 6-4.

solved. The Dodgers have such breaking down the team's 54yearold Don Newcombe.KID of the various teems will not be' man. I Then teamed with Italy's Or-

infielders as Don Zimmer Char- color barrier.Chicago WILLIE MAYS the "SayHey"kid seen when the curtain rises, but Jacksonville will be one of the lando Sirola she advanced into

ley Neal, Chico Fernandez,Randy of the New York Giants, has GAVILAN. former welter- this column congratulates those cities that will see the Clowns in the finals of mixed doubles, defeating

Pee Wee Reese been tagged as one of the greatest weight king was defeated recently will O'Donnell Canada
Jackson, Captain who stick' and wishes the best,of action. Th eClowns tangle Nancy ,
Junior Gilliam and centerfielders of all times and it in Paris by Germinal Ballarin. Black Yan- and Stewart San Marino
Gil Hodges. Bears Sign luck to those who are sent else- with the New York : Hugh ,
Jackie. Out of this number, only I is believed by baseball experts Gavilan weighed in at 150 poundsand where. kees April 28-29. Calif., 7-5 7-5.
that the 1956 season will be his Ballarin went into the ring at
six can stay. Stellar J., D. Smith
Jackie isn't at all worried he biggest year since he joined the 158. It was a close 10-round de-

is just going about playing a good : Giants. Mays says: "I will be out cisiorn with Ballarin appearing as

wherever he is assigned. CHICAGO-The Chicago Bears' there giving Rigney everything I the stronger of teh two at the end
game
professional football team has rye got,just as I did for Durocher.: of the fight. Ballarin was able to

signed J. D. Smith, a 210-pound U I surpass any of my old records take everything Gavilan could Nothing finer in Ameri.can taste ..
'
fullback: from North Carolina A it will be because I will be out throw at him"including his famous ,

WATCH THIS CLOWN & T College to a 1S!56 contract. there to win." bolo punch.INDIANA ig

Following service in the Army LARRY DOBY seems to be the UNIVERSITY is very .

7-11-26 Smith had his best season in collegiate answer to the prayers of Manager indignant over the way their star ..1rl

384-92-231 football in 1955. He showed Marty Marion of the Chicago catcher on the baseball team was :

exceptional speed as a runner White Sox. The big bat of Doby treated during their trip down + :

and was a star linebacker on defense has paid off in telling effects this side of the Mason-Dixon Line.

9 5 during the spring training grind Eddie Whitehead the team's Ne- I' .

5 and Manager Marion is all smiles. made the with
catcher trip
8
'h __ __ _!___ n-_ gro
No neededto ii seems that since: uvuy eras acquired the team and was treated very
1 q surgery
from the Cleveland Indians ,discourteous according to reports

60-22-39 reduce swellingof the White Sox have started from the University. When the

looking pennant ward. Doby is I team played Florida State University h

100-19-64 not only a sure fielder, but he is Charlie watched the game
!
painful piles poison'at the plate. from the stands. He stayed at 4

k.sHats ..'. lip In doctor tests mmazlng new Florida A &, M. .
Sometimes ..'. dow SUlnlfiSs,Pan instantly relieved ROCKY MARCIANO: theheavyweight
H. odd*. tufctrcct piles' tortarel Gave Internal and boxing champion, is When the team played Georgia
He works It oil .....od external relief without surgery'! Teachers College, he stayed witha Y
medicallyingredients re- somewhat on the undecided side .Y ,
Coach Ernest ,
private family. T w
Here pamjtching instantly Reduce about his future in the ring. He A E
FOR APRIL 21st swelling.Promote healing.You sit, Andres of Indiana, said: "We had
walk in comfort!Only stainless pile is not certain whether he will defend contracted for those games so
37-92-61 remedy. Stainless Paso Sopposl- his title or retire. According I
todes or Ointment at druggist and: well play them, but never again.
to the champion his family
Whitehead is taking it like,a per-
friends are urging him to give up "
fect gentleman-
fighting. He says he feels as
FRAN HERRERA. former first +' .aKtr
tOW_ 'a' ROBINSON IN physically fit right now as he '
TRAND 'llLEGAl" PlusSU" ever did to defend his title but baseman of the Kansas City h PPSw.
J Monarchs seems headed to'be the
of his
he will consider the wishes '
AS
THRU WED JUNE AUYSON first Negro to wear the uniformof
family and friends: It is believed
"IL 15-18 "THE SHRIKE: the Philadelphia Phillies. The
will be forthcoming -
thcat an answer
THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY APRIL 19-21 report has come from the front 7 wx"r

"UINS OF RANCHIPUR" -'Pla. : "PRIVATE WAR OF BENSON CHARLIE soon. HARMON of the office of the Phillies. It was at .

Cincinnati Reds is one of the best first thought that Charlie Randall] :

ROOSEVELT SIY VIEW would be the first, but from all ,, !
: liked players on the'team. He is ", 4' ,- '
be Randall because J l
reports it will not
the
theone: fellow that gives en-
S... Tile. Aid! 15.17 Su._ '- Tue. April 15.11 couragement and helpful adviceto his fielding has failed- to
-UNTAMED MISTRESS' Victor Motor.Ptos wheels.
impress the big
and he is often
CRAZY HORSE" all newcomers
: MJcby ROOMY "CHIEF
WINKLE IN GOD'S. EYE! Plot: -MAN OF CONFLICT"WIN :' consulted by the members of the .OLLIE: MATSON. who is said

'$185, MONDAY NIGHT team. Heis,highly educated and to be the greatest running back in

Wed. i nun. April 1. IfMOBS he uses it to the best advantage. professional football, will lead his CAUVEUTIN
INC." Wed. '& T..GANG"... Apn1 Plas 11.19 He is a team man with,very little Chicago Cardinals against the Los
"GIRl -
.
Pls,..:Botla"SQUARE lat 1_RING"1_ ROUND JONES- Plus to say but when he does speak he Angeles Rams. Matson has been

"PORT OF WICKEDNESS" always gets an audience. called the greatest by many of the

3 BEi Hlb.- THE MILWAUKEE BRAVESare coaches scribes owners and players -
Frt & Sat. Apn1 2021 THE GREAT TRADITION OF AMERICAN WHISKEYCHIEIIIISTUUU
business.
in the
the greatest .
well fixed with Negro players. as
Hew Laurel ..4 Hardy Frt 5 Sat. = 'Alril 20 21 '
-uTOPIA" 0 a Maii .,..." .. This years roster at the present

i PhI: IE30ett J08IRS aoonVAGE "- consists of Henry AaronV Bill Bru- GHAMBLXNG COLLEGE will Ct., I. T. t. IUIIII IIHIY, H.I MttF :, R* frUIi Html Wtfft

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Welcome MasonsATTENDING
IN BEDROOMA -r Bf Mrs. Florence McBride i .

; Services at Allen '
Chapel AME JAY JAY
seven-months-old girl fell Church were piost enjoyable "i

THE from a bed into a tub of water 1h. throughout the day. The second Congrats to Mrs. Annette Espy ,and her Stanto-Musico. The 1

and drowned Monday night ac- quarterly conference was held by group gave a real professional performance of Bizet's opera j

GRAND LODGE SESSIONSIn cording to police reports. the presiding Elder of the Daytona "Carmen". Both the female lead, Miss Meltonia Cobb and the male 1

The victim was Ernestine Fen-! Beach District Dr. John lead Charlie Sampson, Jr.. showed promise of real talent. In '

nell, of 113 Stuart Street whose Carey. Rev. Lloyd Richie gave his In addition to being a financial success we think the affair serveda

Jacksonville, April J7 19 mother Mrs. Elizabeth Fennell of trial sermon and presented the far more useful purpose. We hope more of the schools realize

the same address told Det. Sgt. G. ) .. church with an application for how student presentations of operas art 'shows, and lectures will

The following up-to-date firms famed for good T. Jones she left the baby asleepon license to preach. The evening help to raise the cultural level of the student body as a while. It

services were also enjoyable. The is a fact that while our students are equal to white students in "the
bed and -
a was out of the room
service and fine accomodations join in welcomingyou for about 10 minutes. 'She said : pastor Rev. Starkes delivered the I Three, R's" we lag far behind in such areas as music and art appre-

to the Gateway City. when she got back to the room evening message. Holy Commu- ciation and the humanities. A bit more of "Carmen" and the like in

the baby had fallen into the tub Yry nion was administered. the diet will help our kids in their preparation'to live and work in
.
the future
of water. intergrated society.

A fire department crew tried Sunday School at Mt. Tamo Last week we noted an editorial in which a recent project of

Compliments of for more than an hour to resusci- 4c aaAY'xIl.I4 Baptist Church last Sunday was the Kiwanians Internationale was spotlighted. The local civic club

tate the child, Assistant Chief G. 1111I very enjoyable. The Superintendent which is composed of some of the cities leading white business men,

H. Fulton gave some inspiring remarkson gave $12,000 to the Negro Boy Scouts for the erection of a new
reported. Sp 3/c Donald L.
Dean
THE CHALETChicken > of formerly -i the subject of the lesson Power !dining hall at their camp tite. An additional $12,000 is needed by
Camp Gordon Ga.
was the for a world mission. the Scouts to build a swimming pooL If the Negro citizens cannot
"SB
recent guest of his sister. Miss
and Seafood raise this amount we think everyone of us should hang our headsin
Pardon Clarice Dean in her home 2565
Board W.
:. Mrs. Amanda Clay is still very shame. Along with intergration and first class citizenship comes

732 WEST ASHLEY STREET 43rd Sf. Floradale. ill. Your prayers are asked for certain responsibilities. In the drives for social welfare we have,
A party was given by Miss 1
her recovery. never contributed our share. Every man and woman should resolve ,
(Continued from Page I) Dean in honor of the serviceman to do his or her part and let's take our share of the load Start off j

Counsel for Copeland stated in in attendance.Sp.her home. with many friends in Mrs. Alice Browning of Con- by contacting a Scout official and give to the Boy: Scouts swimmingpool t

:necticut, is here visiting her mo- drive. .
the petition that the maximum
of .
Dean
Compliments was enroute to Ft.
sentence should have been 25 Carson Colorado. ther and sister Mrs. Fannie The Negro police officers will sponsor their first annual Police-

years and that Negroes are being Browning, and Mrs. Ruth Rowe. man's Ball on April 23 at the Two Spot. Music for the affair will I

LENAPE BAR discriminated against. He stated She is also visiting some of her be by Joe Jones whoever ,he is. The main attraction will be

friends while in the city. Shirley and Lee of Teel So Good" fame. The officers members
"Mere that a white man has not been Central are tj;
Old Friends Meet"Ashley
executed for rape in over-20 years of the Policemen's Benevolence Association. Charlie Sea serves as .

in Florida.It Mr. and Mrs. Lem Burch- and president of the local group. The affair will benefit the welfare
and JeffersonA. AcademyHi0Uighfs family are the very pleasant house fund of the You
also was stated in the petition body. can show your appreciation for the good
C. ANDERSON. Manager that several questions raised by guest of his mother. They are enjoying job our colored officers are doing by buying a ticket from any .
themselves very much officer for the balL
Copeland are before the Florida I
while in the city.
Supreme Court in the case of the Among golfers in town for the big tourney now in process at

State vs. Jimmie Lee Thomas. Dallas the Brentwood course are Joe Louis and Bill Spiller and others.
Compliments of '- -, addron. ,. -Government- Mr. and Mrs. John Herlong are Louis had dinner with Curtis Tavl/ii* *it. the Count.,.,.,. Club Qitn/lov."
Copeland was indicted July 24. j msirucjor visited CA with his in the city visiting his mother "
Wehi.k;
Joe's talents referee would have been Saturday
as appreciated -
1953 and arraigned August 3, show Atomic World, to inform Mrs. Carrie Herlong. They
1953. He pleaded not guilty but high school students of the peace- brought along two friends all nite at said Country Club Ask Donnell Butler why he
ROOSEVELT GRILL believes a man should never lend his car or his wife. He loaned
convicted time
was by a jury September usage of atomic energy, from Sanford, Fla.
his ar.
Near Madison 23 1953. sponsored by the Oak Ridge Institute -f
Ashley, The Florida Supreme Court of Nuclear Studies. H. C. Donald (chief headwaiter) feted a group of his aides at

\ confirmed the judgment of the The,show was well enjoyed by Deny Entrance the Tropicanna last week. The occasion was the birthday of one

lower court November 30, 1954, the faculty and students of the of the group. Wish them many more Joe Fletcher and his

WELCOME MASONS & FRIENDS and a death warrant was issued Junior and Senior High School. (Continued from Page 1)U. ) madani were out for the fights.Wednesday nite. Joe is the fatherof

January 31, 1955, but was revoked Mr. Maddron was a public a bouncing boy. 'He declares the boy is following in his footsteps -

Visit theTROPICANA February 4, 1955. Another was school teacher in North Carolinaand S. Supreme Court last month. and has a flock of girl friends already.
The state has asked for rehear-
issued April 12, 1955 and was re- Tennessee before undertakinghis a Sinclair "Sinky" Rogers, fomrer Calvert salesman and a well-

LOUNGE voked, and cancelled April 22, present job. ing. known-man-about-town in Miami blew in this week. Rogers is

1955. Both were recalled on appeal After leaving C. A. Mr. Mad- Kent said the action to table the driving a sort of lavender Lincoln Primier. Oh yes in that depart-

21st and MyrtleENQUIRE l to the U. S. Supreme Courton dron goes to Daytona Beach for applications from the two Negroeswas ment Dr. Nelson Spaulding and his Primier gives the locals something -

t ; a petition of certiorari whichwas his next performance. Then he a "board action". The men to crow about. Deputy Sheriff Burney of West Palm Beach

BAR denied October- 1955. will move to Orlando, West Palm he said gave no reasons why they passed thru. Burney has changed cars and is driving about the

8th and Davis The Pardon Board denied a Beach and Miami. schools.wanted to go to the all-white I prettiest product of the Chrysler Corporation.

petition for commutation of sen We see where the major while insurance companies are recognizing .
tence last December and then on Nine students from the senior A member of the board said the ,the value of Negro business. Rather than offend its roster

Welcome All request of"counsel Collins granted class were guests at Green Cove letters did not identify the appli- of Negro policy holders the Gulf Life Insurance firm politely dropped

an interview January 30. Springs April 6, to help celebrate cants as Negroes but Kent told a Sumter M. Lowery the segregationist from their board of

IVORY'S CHILI PARLOR their Annual Career Week. reporter he was told they were directors. Another company that gives some consideration to the
*
both Negroes. Negro public is Life of Georgia. It frequently carries three-quarter

WOBSPROGRAM Last Friday the business department page ads in the Negro press as you probably noted in the "STAR"a
& BAR-B-Q STANDHome of C. A. sponsored a few weeks ago.

Cooking Bar-B-Q Chicken SCHEDULE Chapter program which they helda Help WantedAID Ira Blossom of National Union fame and now of Seaboard Insur-
demonstration
class
typing tak- ance Company is in town. Twas a pleasure to sit and hear the one
702 WEST ASHLEY PHONE EL 49123 MONDAY FKIOAT
1:01 sun on ing a speedwriting. Two students [ To live on premises at and only Blossom talk of the Indies and lands beyond our borders.!
__..Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Manuel, Prop. CM f*I capsnlo News .* Weather with the highest speed will repre-
113 7e Heaven's Bad (Melvin the beach. $25 to $30 weekly. Blossom is the Southeastern representative of the company and
sent C. A. at Bethune-Cookman
Grace) i 6 days a week. Age 25 to 35. travels throughout the West Indies as part of his territory. He
70-7:03 CapsRle News Weather]
743 I:N The Kid (Bob H.4son) College Daytona Beach in the Must be able to drive car. Ph. holds the post of agency directsor.
... I. *:03 capsule News .* Weather stat -wide contest.
Welcome MasonsRide 83 .:01 The Kid (Bob Hudson) Typing FL 93349. Mrs. Horne. There has been a big switch in local insurance circles. Mostof
t0 91 Capsule News Weather .I the agents of the Home Owner's Life have switched to Seaboard.

In Comfort and Safety ':13. 1I.-M Jumpln(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) Nine representatives from the MAID Permanent job. No chil. Harold J Gibson, Jr., left Thursday for Tampa to take charge of
90 112 News Weather Student
Capsule Council
U3 11:00 Gospel Train, Number One attended the dren. Reference and health card the Tampa office of the firm. For Gibson it is a boost upstairs.
(Melvin Grace) State Student Council meeting at required. Phone EV 96020. Wish him luck.
LINCOLN & NEW DEAL CABS .
11:00 113 Capsule News Weather
113 120 Gospel Train Number One Leesburg. Attending were Sam The Hi-Hal Club will re-open Monday nite in the 700 block of
(Melvin Grace) McCoy, Henry Green, Nellie Williams -
MAID Residing the St. Augustine West Ashley St.
PHONE EL 41611Compliments 120 12:15 Local News (Joyce on
Laterica Ethel
Joyner) Hampton, Road. Mandarin. Florida -
1:15 123 Man on Street (Shaw ft Stewart Thomas Mildra
Hudson) Cooper, or Goodby Lake area to
12:315545 Job Hart (Joyce Joyner) Burch, Kenneth Bladsin, and
12:15110 A Woman's World (Joyce clean and iron on Friday. 3756
ofBUBBER'S Joyner) Medford Davis. They were accom-
Hillard Road. After 6 m. Ph.
p.
10 13 Capsule New ft Weather panied by Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale. E.K. I I
13 J.-00 Gospel Train, Number EX 8-9421. Mrs. Weiss.
COFFEE SHOPHome Two (Melvin Grace) Pinkney and Mr. V. Tillman.C. .
20 23 Capcule News ft Weather
23 30 Gospel Train, Number MAID To live
on premises.
Cooked Meals 100% Air Conditioned x Two (Melvin Grace. ) A. baseball team came thru Bob HudsonAND
3:013S3 Capsule News ft Weather Free to travel. 4479 Phillips
We Make Our Own 33: 40 Jumptn with Johnny with their "first win of the year

Pastry (Johnny Shaw) Highway. Ph. EL 53594. Mrs.
111.4s13 Capsule News ft Weather when they defeated the Orlando
Betty Bennett.
617 W. ASHLEY PHONE EL 4-9701
43 5:11 Jampin with Johnny Tigers 16-5. The Tigers gained
(Johnny Shaw)
MRS. DAISY FORD. Proprieioress 50-53 Capsule News .ft Weather only 5 runs on 6 hits while C. A.
\ 53 .*0 Jon pin with Johnny MAID No cooking. 5'/i days.
(Johnny Shaw) made 16 runs on 14 hits.
$20 and carfare. Health card.
.
00-41 Capsule News ft Weather
t3: C.30 Thp Kid (Bob Hudson) Mrs. B. Zucker. 7365 Main St.
SATURDAY The Euclidean Math Club of C.
$*I SUn On Phone EL 5-7847.
Welcome MasonsFRIEND 010.113: Capsule News .ft Weather A. presented their second Induc- Sugar Sugar Sugar

43-70: Heaven's Grace) Road (Melvin ti i o n Ceremonies, Wednesday, ,

70 73 Capsule News ft Weather April 4, in the high school cafe-
73 S0 Th Kid (Bob Hudson)
80 83 Capsule News .ft Weather torium. Students inducted were Reels For Rent
83 90 Th Kid (Bob Hudson) Bernett Kelly, Alvin LaVain COMING YOUR WAY
Jl' .
:" 93: Capsule News ft Weather
93 lUll Jumptn with Johnny Dothea Hardy Jacquelyn Wash- Modern furnished rooms. Man
(Johnny Shaw)
100 103 Capsule News .ft Weather ington, and William Norwood. preferred. 1536 Jefferson Street.
103 110 Gospel Train Number One Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale is the faculty Phone EL 44009.

110 118 (MelvinNews ).ft Weather dvisor of this club. 7:00 to 9:00 A.M.
11:13 120 Gospel Train,Number On
(Melvin Grace) Room for rent. Single woman or
;.r 129 12:15 Local News (Joyce single man who works. 2203
Rev. Madam I. Jordai Joyner) Name Announced
12:151230. Man On Street (Shaw .ftHudson I Moncrief Road. Ph. EL 55731.
1 KNOWN TO MILLIONS ASGOD'S ) For Duval Alliance I 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
12:30 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) ,
1US__ .10 A Woman's World ilcrtct. t
9 MIRACLE WOMAN no Joyner) -- -- .
10 13 Capsule News ft Weather It is announced by David H. FLORIDA STAR
; She Is One Who Believes All ThingsAre 13 20 Gospel Train Number Dwight Sr.. and John Myers, that -
Two (Melvin Grace) '
Possible Through God 20 2:03 Capsule News ft Weather the Duval County Democratic Alliance OVER ,
23 30 Jumpla with Johnny IN EVERY
for dissolution
has
Johnny Shaw) lnc.w applied -
Faith and Prayer 39 33 Capsule News .ft Weather of its charter but is not
33 40 Jumptn with Johnny
She Says According To Your Faith (Johnny Shaw) dissolving as group. COLORED HOME .
<<:II 43 Capsule News ft Weather t
43 50 Jumpin with Johnny The group, will hereafter be ,
God Will Give You Power (Johnny Shaw). known as the Duval County Dem- WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S
50 53 Capsulo News ft Weather
F'. If Yes Are Sick. Confess, Crossed Having Domestic Problems. 53 40 Jumptn with Johnny ocratic Alliance (not incorpo-
; Financial Problems ... Trouble ef Any Kind (Johnny Shaw)
continues
rated). The body its
1:11.:31 Th* Kid (Bob Hudson)
F Consult This Gifted Woman At Once 1:3t Sign OffSUNDAY regular sessions, these two men Sfjqrfe Changing Qpif kef

AND HAVE, WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFE 40 Sip On informed the press.,Dwight, Sr. is ONLY ALL. NEGRO

SKe SterteJ H.r. Work I. Scotty Carolina 40 70 .Have)'s Road (Melvin president and Myers is the secretary GilletteBLUE

In.Her Early Childnooa1 79 13 Heaven's Road of,the organization and head PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Lattmor
Gospel
7:71-110 Singers
IT MATTERS NOT RACE, :COLOR OR CREED I:" 839 Oral Roberts the body of regularly elected com- BIASES
FOR THE SUN SHINES ON THE POOR AS WELL AS THE RICH $:M 90 'Bearen's Road
', and 90 109 Bishop Johnson mitteemen and committeewomen IH HANDY DISPENSER
Special Prayer Healing Meetings ]100 1939 Heavenly rare Gospel of the Duval County Democratic

. EVERY MONDAY; AND FRIDAY NIGHT I Ii 1939 119 Heaven's Stncers Road Executive Committee. .:Iufd. 1361 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL
110 120 Heaven's Road
: NO MAIL ANSWERED COME IN<< PERSON J 129 19 Heaven's Road
19- 29 Heavens. Road
E.; 29 J:. Heaven's Read. AS. Darby) FLORIDA STAR
RE? MADAM L JORDAN 23 1- 339 Shfloh Baptist
3:31430 E. A. Williams INEVERYCOlORiD,

11U West trfc Street He....: 10 ...,. t* 8 ..... Doily 430-70. Apostolic Heaven's Hoar Road HOME
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