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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 21, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00270

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Preceded by:
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ERIC O. SIMPSON
FLASHIt ,
of the new million dollar Afro-American Insurance Ernest
was learned Friday morning that Attorney Jackson
Company's Home Office building at Union and Ocean Streets will .. .
in a last minute effort to save Charlie Copeland who was convicted y..p" uhay
be held here Sunday afternoon, April 22, in a ceremony.scheduled I
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of rape from the electric chair. has filed a writ of habeas corpus

to begin at' 2 pC; m.u. : __ which will be.,heard In Federal Court before Judge, Simpson Monday
The ceremony will include the morning. -

!laying'of the cornerstone: followed -
Jn Tallahassee Charlie Cope-
s by a dedicatory address by Copeland was indicted July 24 ,
land, Jr... a young Jacksonvilleman :
Bishop Carey A. Gibbs of the llth was scheduled to.die-in the -953 and,arraigned August_ 3,,1953. I.
.
ADS Pl'J. imict isnd.thebringing -elecfiric"cSair"'Mondayf ar State ate' Dlfla t.: ll Y..tCr', he ,1 JIi Jli1i "
.
of greetings"by'the Hon? -
Haydon Burns, Mayor'of Jackson Prison at Raiford for the alleged' charge but was convicted by an Joe Pauline.' Jacksonville golfer, winner: of 4th place in-the )st flight- shown"receirxag trophy
all-white Sept. 23, 1953
: jury
ville. rape of'a young white girL being awarded by former hearyweight boxing champion Joe Louis. Both entered Jacksonville Gate 1
Filing of the writ gives Cope- Two death warrants were issued City Golf Tournament held her last week-end.
Expected to participate in the 0 land a temporary lease on life as but both were revoked to allow
historic event are several city Copelwand to take an appeal to
his electrocution was fixed for
county and state officials out- Monday morning. But in that the U. S. Supreme Court. A petition Cole CommeBded

standing business leaders and executions are held early in the was denied there" oct. 10, Grand Master ReElectedBut
notables in many fields frOm'sev-
morning and the court does not 1955.On For His Goadici.
eral parts of the state and nation.:
meet until 10 a. m. it is believed I April 10, 1956 the State Par-
A significant part, of the ceremony don Board denied a petition for
DissatisfiedOver
that of the
postponement Many
will be' the presentation of tion will be ordered execu-I rehearing on a clemency plea on In Allack Case

the keys 'of the building to Dr. I the grounds nothing new had
i'2-tl outcome of Monday's hearing.
James H. Lewis president of the Gov. LeRoy Collins'sign1 d a been presented by counsel for the

company by James E. Evans. new death -warrant setting the accused man. Copeland's counsel Birmingham. The four Dictatorship RuleIn
Assistant Secretary of Defense. white involved in attackon
week of April 23 for the executionand stated in the petition that a max- men an
who is also a Tic president of the should Nat celebrated
prison officials said the exe- imum sentence of 25 years (King) Cole;
Afro and Chairman of the Build- have been imposed.LEL singer were sentenced to six
citation wii take place Monday at an unprecedented: action the forces of Grandmaster C. H.
Commiitc DR. JAMES H. LEWIS
months in jail Wednesday by the
One of the Negro business lead- ....gets keys and plaque 8:30 a. m.Youg. city judge. Henry swept aside all parliamentary procedure and Masonic juris-
sunSET prudence and re-elected the entire slat of grand lodge officers for
ers who will have a part in_ceremonies Building the Afro's new home of- "It's a duty I owe the Southto another term.
Child Dies
will ,be Maceo ,Walker, fice contains 25,000 square feet of commend the conduct of Nat

President of the Universal Life floor space, with t h r e e floors, FOR TRIALTALLAHASSEE Cole at the scene of the disturb-I A revolt in the Masonic order the floor but the presiding officer

and also president of the Negro fireproof in design, modernistic- From Slanrafioi ance," said Recorders Court Judge has long been brewing. A situa- Dr. R. R. Williams of Tampa who

Insurance Association, who will ally furnished and sporting such Ralph ,E. Parker as he passed. tion of demoralization and discon- also serves as Deputy Grandmaster .
:=
bring greetings.One features as hot and cool air conditioning Jefferson sentence. tent over what many describe as refused to yield the floor to

of the highlights; of the : a self-service elevator, TAMPA Seven-month old County Rep. Prentice, P. Pruitt's In addition to maximum 180- the grand master's dictatorial anyone but Rev. JL C. Sams of

vtntwhich marks-the unveiling wired music and a time-and-tem- Kenneth Peterson died Wednes- $500,000 libel suit against a Fort day jail sentences, each of the manner of running the union has Jacksonville. Rev. Sams delivered

of the first Negro-owned million perature. clock which will stand day at a hospital of malnutrition.The Lauderdale Negro surgeon. Von four men convicted were fined been existing for quite some time a lengthy oration after which by

dollar building in Florida-win b* atop the beautiful edifice. parents Julia and Melvin D. Mizell has been set for trial in $100, also tke limit allowed on the now. Another cause for dissatis- voice vote the group reelectedthe

the-presentation of a plaque to The architure was done by Le- Peterson have been charged with circuit court here on May 21 be- charge. faction among the membership, Grandmaster.Later in the day

the Afro's president by the Jacksonville Roy Sheftall, M. R.: Artura. designer manslaughter. fore JQudge Hugh Taylor. Two others accused of the actual insiders say, is,the failure to givea despite unreadinesses from the

Chamber of Commerce. and construction by Daniel Deputy Sheriff Cooper reported Pruitt, a candidate for attornley attack were slated for pre- proper accounting of the lodge's floor the pro-Henry forces again

Built by the same construction Construction Company, General county hospital doctors had warn- general claims his character and liminary hearings Friday on more funds. laid aside all procedure and re-
ed the parents on April 7 that the reputation were damaged by a
serious of assault with
firm that erected the Prudential Contractors. charges elected the entire slate of Grand
child would die if he was not letter and telegram inl _which he intent to 'murder. That felony The annual session of the Most officers.

given more food. surgeon criticized the stand he charge carries two to twenty Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of

An autopsy showed there was took on segregation in the 1955 the state of Florida closed Thursday Some delegates attempted to
imprisonment upon con-
Amended Rights Bill no food in the baby's stomach at Legislwature. viction.years after two days of tumultuous halt the Henry machine but were _

the time of death. The child did Dr. Mizell tried unsuccessfullyto sessions in the order's headquarters not allowed to speak by the pre-
could have resultedin
This attack
not have any disease. have the case dismissed on at 410 Broad Street. Many siding officers. After the sessionsit

For Consideration Peterson a $45 a week truck grounds that the telegram and untold tragedy. Judge Parker observers expected a younger was evident that many of the
Up said. Cole, he added, had violatedno
driver his wife and four other letter were privileged and there- laws and since the incident group of Masons known as the representatives particularly from
children showed no signs of lack fore did not expose him to libel Masonic Crusaders to challenge South Florida were far from satisfied -

of food, police reported.Political action. had "displayed" understanding" of Henry's leadership of the Order.In with the outcome of the
After tacking on a series of provisions sought by President our customs and traditions.
of the meeting. Observers
the first display power also feel that
Eisenhower, a House Judiciary Sub-committee approved a catch-all Bartowan Cole has won the respect of his .
Aclioi GuiltyOf pro-Henry forces on the grievi- the utter disregard the Henry
civil rights bill last Tuesday.The white friends in the South by his
Check ence committee refused to hear forces showed for civil parlia-
which faces posals said Rep. Kenneth Forging conduct the Judge added.
measure angry
the charges the group brought mentary and masonic law may
Southern opposition now goes to ing ranking GOP member Keat-I Urged By NAACP against F. Henry Williams the lead to possible legal reprecus-
committee. full committee.
the full judiciary -
BARTOW Carl Jones. Jr. Foreign Correspondence. Secre- sions.
Chairman Emanuel Celler pre New amendments added to the Frostproof man pleaded guilty in YWCA Observes tary of the Order.
bill to the There was much talk of a ministerial
dicted approval at the commit- were give attorney gen- -
CHICAGO
-Roy Wilkins exe- Polk County Criminal Court to
tee's next meeting next Tuesday. eral power to act where civil In the Wednesday morning session machine behind the GrandMaster's
cutive secretary of the NAACP forging an indorsement on an income How
rights have been threatened or Membership of the group Rev. J. S.John- dean sweep. Many tied
The Washington director of the said "northern Negroes should taxref"wod check and was
violated and Administration the outcome of the session in with
proposals veteran'AME minister nomi-
In'the son A
NAACP said "determination and employ political action against sentenced to five years .
to create a bi-partisan civil I nated the grandmaster for an- the approaching AME General
action have eliminated segregation in the South" in a state prison..
prompt rights commission.The The YWCA"Membership Hour"in other term. The move was Conference. It is known that
what could have been a bad setback speech at the Coliseum.must .--.
Administration's language observance of National YWCA promptly challenged by Jesse Bishop C A. Gibbs. presiding pre- .
.
on civil rights bills. was adopted for the creation of a not neglect to use the great weapon Week win be held in the Youth Lane and James Goodson on the late of Florida who is also Grand _
available to us in the north- Commission Studies
He also said "This legislationcan special civil right section in the political action." Center of the Laura Street Presbyterian grounds that the charter of the Treasurer of the Order is a

get through this session of Justice Department which pro- Church on April 26. body called for election of officersto staunch Henry supporter. It was
Pool I For
of both He further said, "Northern Ne- Negroes Mrs. Fleet Alexander is membership also hinted that fear and
Congress if members par- vide additional protection for Ne- be held on the second day of monetary

ties work vigorously for It." gro voters.The civil rights section groes can't vote against southern i chairman. the sessions or Thursday and also obligations prevented many

r The revised bill which was approved would be headed by an assistant governors and lawmakers who GAINESVILLE The city The program will consist of pep that according to Masonic Juris- Henry foes from joining the Cru-
support segregation but we can commission this week asked and talks from each depart- saders.
retained several provisionsof attorney general. City song pudence all elections must be held

the original Celler measure Retained were Cellar provisions have something to:say about the Manager Dick Cunningham to in- ment according to Mrs. Madeline by written ballot Rev. D. B. Jesse Lane chairman. of the

added two proposals urged.by the establishing stiffer penalties for party that made Eastland chair- vestigate the. swimming pool at Jones; chairman of the affair. Thorpe made a motion that all Crusaders announced after the

Administration apd substituted civil rights violations prohibiting man of a committee which can Sanford to determine how a 45 I Following the meeting.refresh- laws including Masonic law and sessions that the group would
choke us whether we live in Mississippi foot could be built for ments will be served.,
Administration language in two segregation in schools or trans- by 80 pool the charter be waived and that continue to meet and that the
other instances. There was a bet- portation and establishing a joint Illinois! or Montana. $50,000 and see if such savings Members and friends of the Association -
I the Grandmaster be re-elected. notice of the next would
ter chance of getting Congressional Senate-House committee on civil Senator Eastland is chairman,of could be made on a Negro pool are asked to support this meeting

approval of the President's! pro- rights. the Senate Judiciary Committee. here. event. Other objections were heard from appear in the papers.



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THt; FLORIDA STAR Saturday, April 21, 19SS

.
_J f II EiFL.O"I..rA4S: : q I If without taking into account the '
: / possibility of an unfavorable outcome Separate Races

I for all concerned. Friendliness -
h.e
NEWS __ FA42 and understanding ease your Is StillPlead

P.kn U
.. .... S MeiSae Aldrou.r. 4 ....,-7 ; -100 -55-16 69-727 New Orleans The Citizens
.. ; N i wriPiwa
P. 0. Boa 561, 'J. be.YHle'I, FlorUa .' Councils of America was formedby
,f 423.:.Brood Street, J.cksoavif.. FtorUa '-"'. :' PbM H i* 4O773EXIC.O. .. :PISCES delegates from 11 states, including -
Born F b. 19 thru March 20 Florida, said State Sen.
; .SIMPSON ....._H_...,.__..," ::-.s.:........:;' Editor Unusual opportunities to improve William R a i n a c'b, segregation
U..yVSpiC. ."_'WosMa2toa. ...........,... .,,. ..... ............::1 N m Editor S ire!: R a your position, residential leader and head of Louisiana's
PariMUB. J..... ..__ .............;..._ C', ..... ......._<,Ntnr Staff : circumstances and talents are joint legislative committee: on

Member of Associated Negro Press Y V V $ likely to come up suddenly and segregation.The .
unexpectedly. Don't close your organization was formed
SUBSCRIPTION RATES sll mind to anything thcat can add to "to preserve the reserved natural
0. Year, $5.00 Half Year. $3.00 Tim. Math ?
; ; .S1.SO
economic because of the
..' .-'. your prospects rights people and of the
Mailed T. Yo Amrwton U tit United Stt.*. *
Subscriptions Payable I. AdvaMca. Sad Ckockt or Moacf Orders Tot ,r. 1 a f ofa lack of self-assurance or faith. states, including primarily the
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX Ml.- JACKSONVILLE fLORIDA This sign indicates that beliefs separation of the races in our

that distant pastures are greener schools and all'our institutions involving -
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR
: 4v may be simply based on wishful personal and social rela
1. Flremea.. V
Negro
v-o< thinking. There is no harm in tions."
2. More 'Police Officers. : :
Negro .
making plans for the future as Other aims of the group were
3.' Squad Cars for the Police. -
Negro .
long as this is done with realism to maintain'states' right to "regu
4. More and Better Schools and aha ,
of
Speeding Up
.f ood'sense of to late
.. and a timing as public health morals, marriage
Building Program.Browiell's .. 1 when to take decisive action. A education, peace and good

WL1 feeling of insecurity, an ailing order under the Constitution of
Civil :. condition, or the influence of the United States" he also stated
Rijkls Profrui .
: others 'could deter )"Ou.Jfrom at- He further:stated the organization -

taining an important goal or wants. to unify the efforts, of
Branded As Pol ical'Mue.er iY\V ; success. I "all organizations dedicated tothese

2160-511-19-22-63 purposes and principles."

U. S. Senator Thomas C. Hennings. Jr.. (D-MeJ, last week

assailed the civil rights program, of Attorney General Brown-
ell on the floor of the Senate as a tardy political maneuver.

containing for Negroes who are now denied voting rights onlya A
fraction of the protection which.is already offered by bills
the Senate Subcommittee on'Constitutional Rights' is 'spon 1FbsNEffsL.

soring. As Chairman of the Committee Hennings told the

Senate has tried for a year to get the cooperation of Mr. :- %3Q u1.wr..r..ar.
..
$
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Brownell formulating civil rights legislation but has failed --

to get.it. .' "THE ELIMINATION OF THESE _EVILS, WILL PRODUCE THE DESIRED RELIEF"
It the Republican.Administration is truly sincere in wiSh- .

ing to give Federal protection to the constitutional rights of The first impulse to take risks, WORLD'S< s FASTEST SELLING V. '
Negroes. Hennings said it should throw-its influence into the on the advice of a friend shoulde HAIR "-
(
STXAfOHKNER
voting for bills now,pending, rather than introduce new proposals > nipped in the bud and kept in

which r*night result in delay of any action..Commenting Your Weekly check thereafter. This sign gives and ,_
on the Attorney General's proposal that a new commission be .. added 1 weight to the admonitionto BLACK RINSE ., r
established to study denial of civil rights, Hennings ,said he Horos'cope. Guide ;) conserve personal and joint resources ;
was not opposing:> it, but that since the report of President to shun all gambles and SOlO AT Alt OfiUO STORES "-'

Truntan's commission in 1947 all relevant facts on which WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR to hold down debts. A steady income *M4 ky ..U good boron shops
the Federal government 'should"'act were well known.
particularly one that can
"What this country needs:right now is immediate action BUSINESS LOVE -TRAVEL- grow with time and farsightedplanning .
en what is now known, as well'as further.study on what may PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES should take 'a place oJ ASX rot IT fly NAAtf- TODAY
By
net be." he slid.- Any dilatory, apurloui'poliUcallyminded priority over speculations. Stickto

maneuvers which, might delay .thai action are reprehensibleand the principles that life has.. previously
of-sdncere public servant," : ;!W
unworthy
;: ,taught you. ,
.
submitted to the Senate. for the record the
Hennings .
Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 22 thru July 22 ''Z-10-X50--X44-12:
entire correspondence: 'between the ',Judiciary Committee' Both you and the ,one who Yoif are"likely to become the
tae; Senate and Mr. Brownell, during:the time when.the Sub shares your economic fortunes target of people who want to SCORPIO

committee on Constitutional Rights was preparing current would be better off to shun the borrow, to gain financial backingfor Bom Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22
:vil I He noted that the : Article in Reader's Reveals
e rights legislation. particularly com gambles that are attached to speculative enterprises or The Full Moon (24th) can have Digest
ir.ittee had requested an, opinion! on Federal law protectingNegroes' '
speculative enterprises, especially who may try to sell you, things a stimulating influence on your
-voting rights, and that'reply from the AttorneyGeneral's those in the entertainment field you don't want or can't afford. emotions,...but.. if it creates marital, Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs
office called this 'a matter of policy" upon which.' (23rd-24th). Overbuying install- The Full !Moon (24th) is another domestsic br competitive controversies -
the Department'preferred to make no recommendations ment purchases of 'vast dimensions warning against gambles' of an you should oppose it with
Heffliinqs called this a curious statement.*' He said-he and the pursuit of expen- emotional nature, particularly all the force at your command. So ,Often Needless Misery!
.
.supposed n;> one would tell just who'in the Republican Adrair sive pleasures should also be ban while your sentnmental feelingsare Proceed slowly and speak softly
istraticn finally; decided "that it. was a matter of sound Do you suffer terrible nervous tension stopped or strikingly: relieved
ned. You not to tread in ultrasensitive
get on the.right.trackwhen being exploited* Don't spoil so as -fe l Jittery irritable. dopain and discomfort 13 out of 4
publiq policy to protect the constitutional rights of our citfzens. you do some long-range'' your! lovedjbaes: ,.,,and. Continue to toes, especially those who wield pressed-Just before your period women got glorious reliell
." surmised that "it must have.been lately a subject of planning and' by-pass seeming guard your pecuniary and romantic the power. You profit when you each month? A startling article in Taken regularly, Pinkham's re-
READER'S DIGEST reveals such lievesthebeadachescrampsnervpremenstrual -
very earnest conversation among those persons who finally opportunities to cash in at presentto nterests'm eventualities solicit and follow competent ad- torment is neediest ous tension during and be/ore
make up the Administration's mind on what is good policy the detriment' of your future (25th-26th). Take all necessary vice in connection with 'your in- misery in many cases your period. Many women never
Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the first dayt Why
or perhaps even good politics. prospects. Keep business finan- precautions against loss or theft come and general financial mat- bow to avoid such suffering: should you?This month.start taking -
He recalled.thai during the Eighty-third Congress. which cing and social costs !down to .a of precious possessions, and main- ters. With Lydia Plnkham's Compound Pinkham's. See if you don't

the Republicans controlled. no proposals for:civU rights legis ,minimum. t, .; tain harmony'in. your vital rela- -20-13-85558SAGITTARIUS and Tablets.tense they're as those so much"d1mcult nap- often escape the pre-menstrual cause Clf unhappiness.tension..so

lation"were made by the 'commUtee''prec. d1ng' the one of 1-20-33-17--56. -281. tionships._ day approach I Get Lydia E. '
which e Is chairman. He charged that for three years 5f the: I '. > Lydia Pinkham'. I.l.ct....'luts....ui., Pinkham' Vege-
0-22-1S-268-11 has remarkable ...... .. ._ .. table ..
had done obtain I a .3 set 4 Compound
Administration Mr. Brownell nothing to Ii'i' Rom Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 soothing effect on rebel"...,...4istre.s.,.. or convenient new
legislation for the.protection of civil rights now denied I TAURUS. LEO Friendliness, even when you the source of such W..4erf.Ieiiei 4.ri.t u4 Tablets which have
d1stress. In doctors' L'._ ..L..._._ blood-building Iron
20 20 r4iificdt I
Born thru
Negroes. i April May to be the --- 4q1
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 are troubled appears teats, Pinkham'a added. At druggists.i. .
"What do you suppose is now the reason for this sudden II The tendency take an inflexible See how much further you will best approach in all cases. No .....d.oa..
and interest which Mr.Brownell and other gentlemen stand in connection with
unexpected ; your get if you are willing to.mediate, matter how annoying people and
in the Republican '.hig command are taking injustice career business, domestic and
concede, or otherwise modify trends may be on the 23rd, don't
for'Negroes?" he asked. "Let us hope in our hearts personal interests is ,the very one your ideas in order establish a let anyone suspect how you feeLIt
that the fact of 1956 election has not been the should avoid so as not to in-
being an year you level for complete agreement with may be desirable, and even PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
reason,for this tardy gesture. This national problem of obtain- cur the displeasure of those who those who can contribute to your necessary, for you to get away
ing justice for Negro citizens; long denied their constitutional might bring your ambitions and success. This sign fully stresses from familiar faces and places in
rights" he said, "is too important to our country to be made efforts to naught. The first show the need of personal restraintsand order to collect your,thoughts apd
the subject of political maneuvering." down possible on the 23rd would '
calm There is -
unemotional? | thinking so as your nerves, someone
He accused the of "something less than likely be repeated until it '
Attomey'General; very not to f jeopardize';'the final outcomes very close to you who has the
candor" in introducing a civil rights program with a fanfareof reaches a rather upsetting climax you are aiming'for. Be justas ability, and willingness, tobring
publicity when he knew that it was "more than covered"by by the end of the month. The Full. friendly at home as you are in soothing influences t obear and
legislation already pending in the Senate. "When I thinkof Moon (24th) may act to heighten shaken.
your social circles as this will to help you recapture your
all the Senators here who have been striving for years to emotional tensions also caution- make your personal happiness all faith in the things to come. pj

bring equality political! rights to all our citizens he said, ing restraint in marital, public the fuller. Preserve harmony in 6-9088-75- 1311CAPRICORN
ask Brownell and the lead- and other key relationships. The
"I think We have a right to of Mr. all your relationships. ,
ers of his Party where they have been all the time. What have 25th26th'are better days for understandings 790-88-13-62-121
they been doing? Why have their voices been silent?" especially where Born Dec. 22 thru Jan.-19

In pressing for urgent action on civil rights legislation, property and financial deals are Even more than your customary,
with bi-partisan support, Hennings said denial of rights to undertaken. VIRGO prudence will, be required this
Negroes now constitutes "an inter-national scandal. It is a i-SO-4i-18-54-721 Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 week so as not to err in judgment 4 9+

reproach: to the good name of our country and a weakness of The Full Moon (24th) should regarding financial and invest

our country in dealing with other nations" he said. GEMINI enable you to figure out where ment matters. The Full Moon 1 eat
the Idea that further study was needed be- :your limitations lie, and what
Deprecating added that
Born May 21 thru June 21 i ((24th) is an sign you
fore far-reaching action: Hennings said that since the reportof Be prudent so as not to arm your future course of action must handle business social and
the Truman Commission in 1947. "all the methods of.denial gossips in your neighborhood with should be to overcome them. merchandise spending with an eye

of constitutional rights to Negroes are known. So are the material that they can turn"Don't allow gossip or prejudicesto to possible changes in the near .
places where those rights are dented.. So are the persons who against you. Your innermost become a source of neighbor- future. Go easy about handingout ,
contlnu this denial debating not only to hood controversies, which may
fight to debasing : thoughts should remain secret until loans, or allowing your pleas-
thousands of fellow citizens whose rights are take you away from more impor-
those our such time as it is safe to revealthem ures to become a severe drain on
denied. but degrading also to those who deny them." It 1a (23rd). If you persist you tant worldly pursuits. Let your your resources. The hopes that a w
he concluded. for the Administrations leaders and friends and domestic companionsI r
high time can arrive at sound conclusions you work hard to realize are the
spokesmen to Join in a truly bipartisan. move to "erase as which will restore peace of mind I give you the needed lift to relieve ones you can count on rather than -4
blot the freedom and dignity of i 1 a feeling of depression and restore
soon as possible a upon and enhance your chances of improving those based on :wishful thinking. : .
American citizens which our nation proudly proclaims." working conditions. Take I your faith* ii,-yourself and. the Confide'in a loved one instead of -
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other close future. hiding your cares or problems and
only your mate or
PROGRESS FOR THE NEGRO associate into your confidence in tl -55, -70-19" -22. 91 allowing them 10-become obses-well- 1400 WRHC 1400

matters that involve your finances sions or. a threat "to your

(From The New York Times) and future plansw64Oi25321 LIBRA being.
The resistance in some Southern states ,to the Supreme Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 411-60-14-67-072 KEN KNIGHTPresenting

Court's anti-segregation ruling makes, news that we often

have to put on the front pages of newspapers, but-this is GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 AQUARIUSBorn

not the only kind of news that affects our Negro neighborsand U.. this cwipo Lear men ....t yowt lf. Serf 10 crars (... d'tm Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
fellow-citizens. The Census Bureau brings out some ;. coil: f., He" .b.ro.cop..rd.rd by merit l"cM tclf c Uteu d. All your plans should be kept KNIGHT TRAIN
figures and conclusions that show that, in spite of'some setbacks stamp*! ......... Writ ,....". This .ff.r d... act apply t. nddati. flexible, as there are conditions
we are moving toward equal opportunity. of tIae. doalial.a .f Ce.d. .. : ': frequently arising this week 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly .
The bureau reported that non-white residents of the United which may compel you tor make

States were now holding ,better jobs than they did ten I r MUO.: ftOWDA STAR ASLOC-;; ,. ? _. ., r. \i successive changes. The Full Moon SWEET CHARIOT
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years ago at the end of the Second World War. The bureau ,. o. MX 511 >* ; .l 'I (24th) throws light on your business -

finds a "steady improvement" in job opportunities. for Ne- J I JACKSOHYILLi I, FLA. I IIN. I professional and family Interests 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
groes. It describes this evolution as one of "the most impor- ... 1< and counsels against letting
tant social and economic developments of the past several emotional reactions cause Features .
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decades. you to err in these connections.

The report still has to point to a time lag "in education, Resourcefulness, enterprise, and BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
income and type and adequacy of employment" from which I t&ve.;.vKjT -,. .-- *t940 I i the support of a dear one would
the Negro because of historical circumstances, still suffers. .... uf Urtft-: : I help you to attain an importantgoal 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday

Some' day be will eatch up and our children will probably I ;' Orb .. Mod I I or success. Don't make --- ._-- -- .
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Set+traey. April! 21, 1956 THt it0 +l nAA" Nee Tbfe


Greta! And Gertie Dance School .Presentsr. '
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Talented-Youngsters J. I In Strand -Recital- f *' '-**''i j Ciai & Gertie "& a nc& StaitenfsRIt ars'Fr Recital : I


JOHN BOLDEN NOTED CONDUCTOR AND SINGER
.- WILL BET FEATURED IN SINGING ROLE. ,..
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Jaxons are in for an evening of unusual entertainment when
The Gretel and Gertie Dance School presents its pupils in a recitalat
the Strand Theatre on Friday night April 27.
The recital will feature talented. -
students of the local schools in a I
variety pf dances and dramatic I _Aboui reoir
interpretations. I
Appearing in the ballet scenes

will be Annett Schell Darnell-I I Mrs. Bertha Clark, a memberof
Cookman; Wanza Crompton, S. P. Usher Board 1. of Tabernacle
Livingston; Zeta Gibson, JamesWeldon Baptist Church'is ill in her homeat
Johnson; Gloria Glover 1018 West Union Street.
and Collette SimpSon. Boylan-

Haven. Mrs. Mollie Whaley, of New
Tap numbers will be renderedby Haven Conn.. is in the city visit-
Roger Glover, James Weldon ing her sister, Mrs. Letha Bivins
Johnson; Charles Simmons Jack 245 S. Myrtle Ave. {
and Jill Kindergarten; :James

Borbett of Chicago; Jacqueline Clarence Dixon of New York
Madry, John E. Ford;Joyce Gray, City waS in the city recently to i"
Darnell-Cookman and Benjamin attend the funeral of his mother, _
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Frazier. Mrs. Mollie Dixon He was the
John Bolden band director of house guest of his brotherinlawMr.
Darnell-Cookman School and a Rayfield Scott _
singer of. unusual talent will be

featured in a singing role as an Mrs. Irene Waye is ill in her
extra added attraction. Portraying JUVENILE TERPSECOREANS Our camera takes you behind the scenes thews.James Thomas. Maurice Barnett. Leon Richardson Ronald Belton and Charles
home at 1349 Evergreen Avenue,
scenes in dances will be Roberta she is a member of Jerusalem of a dance school rehearsing for Us recital at the Strand Theatre. Friday night. April Simmons. Members of the ballet corps in the photo at right are. back row: Annd.
Bacon and Verneitia Paul. Baptist Church. 27. Here we see the little men" who will be seen dancing and essaying dramatic renia Holmes. Joan Alston. Laruse Lucas. Shirley Lewis. Patricia Drayion dale
The program is under the direc- roles opposite the feminine thespians. Left to right are: Raymond Rose. Stafford Mason and Janice Suiion. In the front row displaying graceful motion arer Aae**"*
tion of Mrs.. Priscflla W. Jones ,Thomas. Loathe Isaac. Julius Demps. Ronald,Galvin. J. Gray. Johnny Morrison. Earl Schell Joliia Simmons. Beatrice EmanueL Linda Sutton Vonceil Stuke and Barbara -
and Mrs. Ernestine Cox. Cumbo. Frank EmanueL Michael Wilson James Corbett Martin McRoy. Larry Mat- Ann HalL
Miss Marva Lee Hilton

Will Render RecitalThe .
StorkDoliveries -----.
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April; May, June Club of '.,
Choir 1 of the Mt. Calvary Baptist .. '.
Church will sponsor Miss Marva
Lee Hilton in a recital on Sunday t
tIoniTAndrew : April 22 at 8:30 p. m. in the audi- ,
torium of the church.In .
C. and Bennie Belton addition to Miss Hilton's appearance
1802 Tyler St, grfl. March 31. the following persons
James and Willie Jackson 1572 and groups will participate Moses f"N
W. 9th SL,. boy, March 31. Davis, Mrs. Mercedes Wesely
Earl and Pearl Simmons 1714 Mrs. Gussie Paige, Mrs. Ethel
McQuade St, girl, April 9. Bannister, Miss Marva Jean Jenkins -
Roosevelt and Loretta Johnson, Miss Essie Scott the Celes- *
1473 Davis St, boy Feb. 11, tial Spiritual .Singers. Starlight
James and Barbara Hawkins, Singers. Silverlights McCall Gos-
1314 Odessa St, girl, Feb. 14. pel Singers Gospel Crusaders,
Eddie aryl Fannie Walker 2627 Singing. Angels. Johnson Four,
Edgewood Ave. girl Feb. 29. Zion Hope Male Chorus, Day :kf,' ft & J Ka
James and Eula White 2011 W. Spring Baptist Church Male Cho-

9th St,. girl Feb. 29. rus and the Mt Ararat Quintet. ,
Otis and Mary Thomas, 5626 Music will be furnished by Mrs.
Benedict Rd.. girl. March 1. M. Carter and Mrs. Alfred Douglas a
Booker L and Beatrice Pollock, will act as mistress of ceremonies -
815 Kings Rd, girl March 4. 4 :
Robert and Rosa Slay, 2134 W.. Ushers will be Misses Doris ,
30th St. girl. March 6. Carter, Margaret Wynn Jacquelyn "

Willie' and Sarah Miller, 617 W. Smith. Gladys Washington, .' ...
Orange. SU boy March 13. Sadie Higgins.. Barbara Simmons I F :. THESPIANS -"The.graceful ttto riving a demonstration of poised rhythm at left is composed of Luella Galrin Wanda \
Dennis and Delores Wilson,''724 Delores" Kelly and Mary Jordan.J. __ .,S.. ,Grampian and,Sonja.Matthews. At tight the quartet of creative dancers may be identified from left as. Alva Barnett Jacqueline }. '.. I IHEPSTERS
Court B girl. March 25. H. Myers, Leroy Mallory 1 1 Turner. Patricia Crawford and Jacqueliae Morrison. .
mile and Easlyn Jackson., ,1203. Mrs. Helen'Flenoid and Mrs.Tiny I
Durkee Dr., girl Jan. 27. Mae Thomas will lift the offering. ..
Lawrence and Lula Robinson,: .
1850 Anderson Lane. girl Jan. 31.
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Wilbur and Cuba Austin, 1178 ; l -
W. Church SU boy Feb. 18. Mrs.: A. BurOIl! $ b .Tp !; d$' .
Lovett and Margaret Dobson r-
3839 Freman Rd. boy. March 29.
JeSeand Lora Odum- 3016 h RedilaiHererMrs.
Saturn Ave..boy,March 31.vVedding .

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Alice Burroughs will be
Bells presented in vocal recital Sunday
evening, April 22 at 7 p. m. in the
Applications Marriage auditorium of Mt. Sinai Baptist *
License Church.
The,recital is under the spon- ,
Jimmie L. Milton, 725 Malvern sorship of Chior "2' of Mt. Sinai

SU..ageu27.and Beatrice T Shell where she serves as one of the
2800 Stuart SU age 20. leading'soprano soloists.Accompanying ;"
the artist win t
pax 9
Jake Armstrong. Jr. 731 West
Church SU age 29 and Arlyn M. be. Mrs. Barbara Hill Walker at i
Westbrook, 4204-Monerief Road the piano and Mrs. Catherine
26. Smith at the organ
age
Richard A. Gray 1452 WilcoxSU The choir will furnish back,
age 25 and Adell L. watSon.1S66 ground music for the occasion.

W. 10th SU age 23.
Hudson Roberts 34 Wood SU
Trenton N, J, age 43 and AudreyE. Wm D. Jones 1060 Evergreen
Hagans. 2127 Martin SU age 34. Ave. age 24 and Reola Townsend
Leafers Banks,1510 Illinois SU 18 E. 1st SU age 20. <
age 29 and Hattie M. Kearse 13S9 Theo.T. Graham. 1851 W. 22nd
W. 14th SU age 30. SU age_21 and Greta Thompson
Earl B. Williams. 738 Court A. 1227 Daniel SU age 20.
Blrdgett Homes.'age 22 and Nor- Robt. L. Jackson, 1515 BeaverS
rine Gillins 1680 Kings Road, age 25 and Betty L. Childs AND DRAMA The gone lillle hepcai surrounded by a chum. Stafford Thompson who plays the pari of the grieved lover kneeling over,'her.
age 19. 1051. W. 5th SU age 22. lag group of hepsters is Benjamin Frazier. He is flanked by Janice Sutton left and Looking on as the tragic episode unfurls are Norma Bennett. Johnny-Morrison" .
Malachi Williams 619 W. 4th Willie J. Pelsey, 1562 Bridier Jacqueline Morrison right. In the back row are Marion Martin Carolyn McRoy and Sandra Cumbo. Ronald Calvin and Sonja Matthews.
SU':age 25 and Tommie L Jackson SU age 22 and Gracie 1... Terry, Brenda Thomas. (Continued on Page 5)) .
:, 1580 Harrison Ave, age 20. 1562 Bridier SU age 22. This dramatic scene at right shows Patrica Crawford lying On the floor as Florida Star" Photos by Eric O. Simpson
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; ... Don't Hare to Go to Town to Get Corsage Tea Set Abyssiiia :Nurses JWJ Misiciaisla Civic'And Political at Cohen 8:30 p.1783 m.Mt.in the Herman home of Street.Willie


LOW PRICES By Junior Womea In Anniversary Recital Here Meetings Called present.Every member. expected to be

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On Your The Second annual James Wel-
The District Junior Women The Nurses Board of Abyssinia don Johnson Band and Glee Club Rev. B. L. Wynn. president of COU SIFFEXEIS
DRUG STORE NEEDS Convention auxiliary to the East Baptist Church of which KMJS. ''concert will be held in the school the Lavilla Community Civic:
Florida and Bethany Baptist Association Viola McTear is president'vrtll1'I'gymtorium Monday evening Club. has issued an announcement COLD tfiMWftferte jrfeU ewfekly te8TANSACKS
"" will sponsor a CorsageTea observe its third, anniversary"in April 23-at 8 p. m.The i urging all citizens of,the Westside STANBACK t.t+0rMcripti4t letler ItOw4ua form wait*!*
Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store on Sunday, April 29 at 4 p. m. io' meet Tuesday night April 24.
.the church auditorium May 21 .at program has been carefully tot U beIng .r Ntt relief 'r../ttH.cI.
in the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church. ISP.m. at f p. m. in the Abyssinia Baptist ...... oehitII ....... n..ntela
with balance to suit the
Arfvettfced; arranged Church, Union and Dewitt and f.a doe a......
We Will Meet Any Prices The objective of the affair is to A program has been arranged fancy of music lovers of all corner

: Local promote fellowship among ,vari- with.the following appearing: shades. Street
In Yur
PapersWOOD'S ous organizations and to stimulate Some of the city officials will
Mrs. Alfreda Douglas Miss. The concert band has recently
interest in the work at large. be present. Business of ,import
to Dothan Ala Learn Commercial Art
Marva Hilton the Jacksonville}1 completed a jaunt *
DIDE'PHUIIlCY An interesting program is being Hannonettes, the Celestial Spiritual where they were presented to the ance win be transacted. Lawrence Stat Aeytte
prepared ,with outstanding per- Singers Milton Hood Choir citizens by the Narcissus Literary Phillips is the reporter. O._ APMlOVffr- -
_ "Iff! KINtt lOAD,at MYRTLE AVtNUCPHONfiS sonalities' particiPating., 3 of St. John Baptist and Mrs. Club' ,irl ''concert. This was the AMERICAN
a 3-5597-tS Mrs. M. K. Gibson is asking Bessie M. Tyler. club's annual event. Last year
w.. ...".,. -. W* Ah fa Att mct..,' "......... each member of the various socie- Mrs. Emma Bush Johnson is they presented late Dr. Mary ClubNotes SCHOOL Of. AlT
TELEFHOWEoim ties to 'wear, special corsages for general chairman-of. the affair McLeod.Bethune. Meree1 Te New UcMie
: MY YOU( LIGHT, WATER' AND this occasion. The Nurses Board of Tabernacle The band is IOw.beitr.consider- ,10*: EAST; BAT'STKEFT
.. IkJ..t AT STORE -All mission workers and friends! Baptist Church- will be.special ed to play at the National "Peanut The Merrymakers Social Saving 24 fU*.
are asked to attend. gum FestivaL" Club will meet Saturday April 21






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New. St. Paul Lutheran Chuch, Will Be Dedicated Sunday




Beiicaliu OfEew..Ye. Ckirck Ladies Auxiliary of Railway And Steamship Workers Planning Outing mIN

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Will Feilire LiUteru Ba titans




Dedication services for the New St Paul Lutheran Church lo-

cated at 2730 West_ Edgewood Avenue will be held on Sunday beginning -

at:!: &. ..
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The Rev. Erwin L. Wilson

chairman of the Lutheran Missions -

in the United States and Rev. S. Rtiiisoi

Africa will perform the dedication :
rites. ') -
Shied To Speak
The Dean of Alabama Lutheran

Academy and College Chairmanof
Alabama Lutheran Pastoral At Akyssiiia

Conference::Peter Hunt will de-

liver:the dedication address. The Rev. S. S. Robinson pastorof _

The Alabama Lutheran Radio the Simpson Methodist Church

Chorus under the direction of the will be the main speaker for the

leY.W. H. Ellwanger, Presidentof fifteenth anniversary of District 8

Alabama Lutheran Academyand of the Abyssinia Baptist Churth

College, Selma Ala., will render on Monday, May 7 at 8 p. m. in


The the public music.is invited to attend the Serving church as auditorium.. chairlady will be h ,_______ _______. _m-__ __mm'n. ---_ _____________ ______ _______ ---

the ceremony. Miss Evelyn Johnson who is pre- PLANNING SESSION Members of the Ladies Auxiliary No. 100 of the Brotherhood of

paring an entertaining program. Railway and Steamship Workers who will sponsor a trip to Silver Springs in May are- seen in three I Hibson Baptists Al Milliard Florida

BAPTIST MINISTERSTO Invited to 'appear on the pro- scenes planning for the event. I

MEET MONDAYThe gram are the Male and "Female In the photo at left are Mrs. Cherrie Lamb seated with Mrs. Ruby Garrison and Mrs. OWe Mae
Choruses of the Zion Hope Bap- Williams. Are Hosts To St. James Association

tist Church, the Mt. Ararat Male The center photo shows Mn. Lillie Landon and .Mrs. Bernice Perkins Pugh. going over plans

hood of Baptist Duval and Ministers Brother- Quintet the Celestial Spiritual I with Mrs. Margaret Monroe. seated. Hilliard -- The Hibson Baptist Robinson and the Rev. C. J. Wat-
adjacent counties
will Singers, the Norfolk Four the i In the third seen officers of the organization Mrs. Sadie M. Gadson recording secretary Mrs. Church will be host to the Northern '
meet Monday April 23rd Johnson Four, Mrs.Malinda Hitt, Cinderella Folson. president and Mrs. Viola Smith vice president seem well .pleased with the plans District kins.On
Union to
at 11 a. m. In the Bethel Baptist Auxiliary April 27 the Rev. C. W.
Church. W. K. Harper, Mrs. Gussie Brooks for the Mar 24th outing.Pallbearers the Union St James Association Whitton and the Rev. D. Brooks

Sunday School lesson will be Paige Leroy Mlllory, Henry Le- ... April 26-29 the Rev. D. V. Sin- will have charge.

previewed by moderator B. W. vine and Mrs. Lizzie McAllister. gletary pastor.On On Sunday, April 29. Sunday

Williams. The order of the day Mrs. Elsie Thomas will introduceMrs. Set Sinpsoa Church Industrial Club April 26 a program will be School at 9:45 a. m. with the Rev.D. .

will be read by appointment of Eliza Rich Perry who will presented. Appearing at this time Roberts will begin the day's

the president. Rev. H. H. Robinson serve as mistress of ceremonies.: Observes AnniversaryThe will be Mrs. Elnora Hams; Miss activities. At 11 a. m. the Rev. E.Dunn .

is the president and Rev. O. They are members of the West Annual Event h Observaice: Juanita Gilyard Mrs. Pearl Jack- and the Rev.ELrL. Andersonwill

W. Miller is the reporter. Union Baptist Church. son C. Denifield Mrs;: Annie B. be heard. The women will be
3
R's Industrial Club will
Members of usher boards I and Williams Mrs Elvira Dean Paul in charge of. services at 3 p. m.
2 of the Abyssinia Baptist Church Pallbearers Lodge lag will Of! "a" celebrate their 11th anniversary Staten Miss Jeanett Simmons, The Rev. C. J. Watkins and the
Miss Shirley ThomasIs sponsor their annual tea on Sunday Monday night April 23rd. at 7:30
and 4 of the Mt Ararat. Baptist Mrs. Daisy B. White Mrs..Ruby Rev. D. V. Singletary will preach.
Feature Singer Church will serve.Tabernacle April 22, in the home of Mr. p. m. at the First Corinthian Bap-
and Mrs. Enouch Calhoun 1049 tist Church comer Duval and
New Mt. Olive Choir Principal Is Speaker
ShT'r1ey.E. Scriven Street from 4 to .6. p. m. Youth Day will be observed Madison Streets.A .

Miss Thomas soloist -' >> Baptist The program to.be rendered is Sunday, April 29 in the Simpson skit entitled "In the Garden" Presents SoloistsChoir
will be featured on a program Williston-Guest speaker Sun-
Methodist Church.
Slates Evensong as follows: Prayer. W. L.Dickson; will be presented by the members.
Sunday. April 22 at 3 p. m in day in the New Hope Baptist
Miss Ruth Anderson will deliver
song; welcome address Mrs. O. The play will be narrated by Mrs.
Bethel Baptist Church Soufhside. Church at 3 m. will be JamesJ.
p.
Ceasar Introduction of mistress the morning message: and Eliza Rich
M.
After-service will be conducted ; Perry.
The pastor's aid club of Bethelis No. 1 of New Mt Olive Gardner principal of the Voca-
Sunday in the Tabernacle Bap- of ceremonies Mrs. W. M. the Edward Waters College Choir All clubs are asked to come out Church
presenting the affair in the Baptist will present Mrs tional School The occasion term-
under the direction of Miss Ruth
tist Church with the Rev. J. M. Johnson; mistress of ceremonies, and help us in our anniversary.The M. Collins in an after-service
church auditoriumOthers ination of the building drive.
Dixon A.Doughes selection reading Gregg will furnish the music.A club with the largest attendance :
be pastor of the ML Olive ; ; group Sunday night March 22, at 8
appearing"wiU Joseph p.m.In Serving on the various commit-
Primitive Baptist Church in Mrs. Annie Mae Sims; solo, Youth Rally will begin at 3:30 will receive a prize. Mrs.J. the church auditorium.Mrs.
Thomas the Rev. S. Love tee's E. L. Mrs. Hattie
pastor were Strain -
He will be Mrs. Maria Blackmon; reading p. m. The speaker.will be C. Len- W. Bolder is the president and' I
charge. accompaniedby :
: .
Alicca
Baston will
of Bethel; Mrs. S.. Love Carlin wood Lee.. serveas I Drummer and :Mrs. Bessie Mae
Merritt, Miss Barbara 'Robin the choir,ushers and congregation : Mrs. W. Z._ Jackson; presentation Sallie N. Zimmons, reporter. guest soloist. The public is invited 'Wesley.
of his of speaker, Mrs. Mercedes Wee- musical will be presented for
Mrs. _Florence Johnson The Cab- church. the service The CelestialSpiritual Deacon O'Neal Roberts is I Mrs. Louise Simpson is chair-
The' services held in ley speaker. Mrs. Gussie Page. evening
rafts Gospel Singers Timothy are being ; and I the sponsor and Rev. H. T. Jenk- man and Mrs. Serena Morris is co-
other musi-
the interest of Women's The Matrons Club of the Second Singers
the Day ins is the
pastor. chairman.
Mrs. Dorotha
Williams Means .
Mrs. Mabel Johnson Miss Vernett drive which is scheduled to term- Baptist Church will act as host cal groups will appear.BUSINESS : AGE WorkersTo .
esses and Mrs.Bobie Hill will -
inate May'20. preside
Jones Miss Patricia Thomas Mrs. -
Mrs. Ludle A. Williams is at'l piano!
CHAMPION'SMEN'S
Eula Davis and Miss Thomas.
Hoior PressThe
sponsoring this group.Jtfrieu The lodge with the largest number WOMEN
PATROHIZEAdvertisers of men present will receive WEAR
the prize. SET BOOK REVIEWThe

Baptist Allen Christian Endeavor IIG SPRING SALE -

....... 5tH Business and Professional Workers of the St. Paul AME SHORT SUEYE .
Auxiliary Opens
Ckirck Observes Women and members of the Church will honor members of the Sport Shirts _....... $1.39 Each -. 3-for $4.00

Meetin9Sunda y young adult department. of the press Sunday at 5:30 p. m. at DACRON RAYON GAtAROINE

LEARN TO DRIVE A1k1uiersuy YWCA will present a book review the Vesper Hour. Dress Pants ....... .,.................... ............... $2.99
The Auxiliary Union will con- and tea on Sunday Ini'the Edward The superintendent of public
Tfce Tie .... SHORTS IRIEFSUndershirts
QiUtieajf vene hi the Mt. Olive Primitive Waters College Annex. The affair instruction :Mrs. Iva T. Sprinklewill

Way T. hers.- The Baptist Church on Sunday at 3 will open the observance of YW- deliver the main address and .. ... ... 49c Each 2-for 69c
88th anniversary of the
AJAXDRIVING African Baptist Church and the p. m. District 5 will be host district CA Week will be introduced by Mrs. Thel- Nylon Stretch Sox .......... ....... 5-for $1.00ONE .
Mrs. Etta Brooks; librarian will ma Livingston.The .
second
SCHOOL anniversary of the pastor, GROUP
Mrs. Pauline Kirkland. Mrs. D. review the book for the occasion. Ada Bracy Chorus and Jun-

CALL EL 4-0639 being the Rev.observed H. I. and Patterson will continue is now Tilman Jerome Forest, the Rev.J. Mrs. Waddell :Mathews is chairman ior Leaguers will render the Men's Straw Hats .. .. .. .. .. '" ... .. $1.00

G.ere Per,.,. through :Monday. .M. Dixon, Joseph Johnson. Mrs of the book review committee music. The public is invited. USf OVA CONYIHHNT LAY-AWAY HAH
Francis Scriven Harold Nair, and members of social and
1134 W. 5th Street Opening services were in the Philip Alback, Choir 3, Usher civic clubs will serve as hostesses. 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
charge of the Rev. R. A. Griffin,
Board 2 of the ML Ararat Baptist
Mrs. Irma L. Lynch is presidentof
pastor of the Springfield Baptist Ebenezer Usher
Church is to appear on the pro- the club.Midway. ;
Church and the Rev.S.Mose, pas- t,

Mrl ReiWofPAIN I tor of the Mt. Sinai Baptist To Sponsor Tea
Church. gram.Church AME Lists

Services Friday will be conducted NotesThe Order Of ServicesThe
by the Rev. J.W. Walker pastor Usher Board 2 of the Ebenezer
JOHNNY SHAW
of the Ebenezer AME Church following order of service Methodist Church will sponsor a
and the Rev. H. Hampton pastorof Ministers and Deacons Mutual : musical tea on Sunday, Ap1129.
will be observed Sunday in Mid-
JHf MUM* ef NCAKACMt. MBMAL the Greater Bethel AME. Union of the Emanuel Baptist hi the social room of the church
OK MUKffli o* ftAMeACK TA > Association will be held on April, way AME Church.Sunday School -
Church. from5to7p.m.
.to Ta.. "...."L STAMSACIC bIM 9:30 a. m.; 10:55.a.' m. morning
..M toen..... ev Mla ... STAN.Ant On Sunday services will beginat 25 In the Good Hope Baptist Mrs. Fannie Robinson chair- AND
NastaN ..... ..rwwk ..- I worship the.pastor Rev. L. B.
nM. ........ raw w wtr r as .... 9:30 A. M. with Miss Frances Church. man of the program committee Is
TIle ..... ...... .._ ..,. .... Shelton officiating at the rites. Rev. Richard Scott will be host II Washington will.deliver the mes- planning a grand'' program. The
NM.TePI&.............aMn....... sage. The A.c.E. League will con
._. ..........S r.nwr... ....... At 11 o'clock the Rev.C.K. Steele to the union.Services Stanton Glee Club Mrs. Alpha
...... I" 4"' ..... ... of the Bethel. Baptist vene at 5:30: p. m.. with the president Moore directress and the Ebene
pastor will be in charge of the Mrs. Tommie Hart, preside
-: Church. Tallahassee, will deliver zer choir No. 2 will be among the PIG'S FEET
A_ :: Twelfth Hour Prayer Band on ing. The spring rally with the
At participants.Mrs.
the sermon. theevening wore April 20 in the Shaws Memorial march of queens will terminate at
ship a program will be rendered. I Luck Holmes is chairman
1 I Baptist Church. the evening worship beginning at
Monday, April 23. will be social of publicity and Mrs. Rosa Lee
: The*baby contest will terminate 7 p. m. A well planned program .
night with the social activities Curtion chairman of decoration. COKING YOUR WAY
April 22 in the church beginningat will be presented.
slated at 8
to
begin m.
p.
3:30 p. m. The kindergarten Tuesday; April 24. reception

department will present the program will be given in the parsonage at

8 p. m. for the contestants, queens SECOND BAPTISTSSET 9:00 10:00 A. M.

RITZ THEATRE I and their sponsors.MiricClilic. "' --. ''" .

II Revival Meetings ANNIVERSARYChoir 3:00 6:00 .-

Begin.April'30th
Friday and Saturday April 20 -21 No. 2 of Second Baptist "
At Antioch
war UNCASTlt: BaptistRevival Opeis MFANIJ Church will celebrate their anniversary Monday Thru SaturdayOVER .
Monday April 30th at 8:30p.
THE KENTUCKIAN"RICHARD
meetings will begin in ref,in the'church auditorium.
... the Antioch Church begin-
Baptist
Tallahassee_ Florida A and M A program has been arranged
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.. ._-k "BENGAZI"Sunday ning April 30 and continuing for University will hold its seventh with various artists of the city

4. ...; two weeks. annual music clinic on May 5 slated to appear. Invitations have .
Prayer services will begin sponsored by the music depart- been extended to all choirs of the
r nightly at 7 p. m followed by the>
ment of the university. city.
-.Monday Tuesday sermons by the Rev. S. C. Caldwell .
Oneworkshop for instrumental
.- hUTIUN"CHICAGO moderator of the Progressive PILL TIE PLMISTOMACIIPSET
music and one for choral music WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S
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SYNDICATE""HIDDEN' Association of St. Petersburg. will be conducted. .
The pastor Rev.J.Jones is asking -
William L. Dawson, director of

-..-. GUNS" the attendance of the church Tuskegee Choir has been selectedto Half.eJtre.headachy,when consttottoo *-

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Warren Supporters Say His Program Is Winning Floridians




Fttater Crtverwr PaWs To Bewrib Young Dancers Prepare For Recital I Kispilal Week



Pledges Coilisued War MNiskiie ?: : Bus lIilr12



BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT ." ". ..

According to supporters of Fuller Warren, the- one-time governorof National Hospital Week.begins

the Sunshine State who is seeking a return to the governorshipis ",- < Sunday, May 6, and continues

gaining enthusiastic followers among both races in his bid_for the ,-". through May 12. The theme nationally r

office.It and in Jacksonville is -

was reported this week that : "Your Hospital For You and Your

despite strong opposition from will make a vigorous attempt to .4 Community. ..

opposing candidates Warren seem- mppr eat the enormous distilling 4 ;; Administrator Jack H. Whit-

ed to be gaining strength among of moonshine whisker allegedly '' tington of Brewster Hospital has
increasing numbers of citizens being carried on currently in: announced that the emphasis

who see him as the man best Florida. V p.. 'r Y :,,A V'S would be on Brewster and its '
)AP1'A
suited for the job. The Alcohol- Tax Unit of the r' ', many contributions to Jackson- (

The current swing to Warren, U.S. Internal Revenue Service re- S "' ville and Duval County.

his supporters say, is coming from ported in the press on December It'd" r .F Hospitals have made outstanding .

men and women who recognize 31, 1955 that Florida ,had the '' records of pitching in to help

the former governor as the man poorest record of any of the seven their communities in any emer-

who has done more for the progress Southeastern states for destroying wr x w +i gency. Hospitals have always put

and development of Florida. illicit stills in the fiscal year 1955. great emphasis on being preparedfor Up of. the Pepsi Cap to, :--.i

In a four-page tabloid size This shameful record must be dXi., :T a community disasters. They are these Americans Btstaadlac who make youc ear .
the former law- ddQ r c.ontry aid oar community ..
paper outlining changed. The state and federal always depended on to render a a better plate in which to live s' -
yer's accomplishments as gover- governments have been cheatedout gigantic job in the case of floods 1

nor, his platform is hailed as the of millions of dollars of taxes explosions, tornadoes, fires and 1r\

one "covering an all-Florida pro- because the laws against moon- other natural disasters that face

gram". shine whiskey are so poorly enforced humanity.

Aside from his segregation plank I in Florida. Licensed liquor From 1921 to 1952 National Hospital -

which is similar! to all of.his opponents : dealers are entitled to have the Day was celebrated on May N .

'Warren declares that the criminal competition of moon- 12, the birthday of Florence 1irr

full power of his office"wfll be shiners eliminated. Nightingale, the famous nurse

vigorously used to secure strict During the first Warren admin- crusader of the Crimean War,

t enforcement of all laws. istration, the so-called "Flying whose pioneer service led to the

The official record indicates Squadron"of beverage agents de- improvement of hospital care

that Warren suspended total of stroyed more big moonshine whis- FINAL TOUCH Mrs E. B. Cox director of the school U seen adding the final touch to a groupof throughout the world. The first

31 elected law enforcement offi- key stills than were ever before, talented dancers who will be seen In featured roles. Gloria Harrings. Jacqueline Madry dancing,, National Hospital Day had the

cials for neglecting their;duties. or since, desstroyed in Florida by Get Gibson and Collette Simpson are seen here from left. The dance revue is under the direction oi endorsement, of President Warren

WAR ON MOONSHINE the State Beverage DepartmentThe Mrs. E. B. R. Cox. Choreography by Mrs. Prisdlla Jone.Florida Star Photo by Eric 0. Simpson. G. Harding. Since 1923 the ob-

Federal Bureau of Investigation second Warren administration servance of hospitals' activities
records show that during the War will use equally effective against broadening or enlarging! Presidelllissues Call For Crusade I has been extended to a week. -
: moonshiners.. any present taxes. National Hospital Week is
ran administration, major crimes: weapons against spon- ....
Sa Florida's major cities were-con IfO NEW TAXES "The people of Florida alreadyare Oi Behalf Of And sored annually on a national basis Ill'CATHERINE KNOX--
all the taxes they can People Principles
sldambly Jess than in major cities about $160,000,000 (160 million payinf I by the American Hospital Association ,Mathew W. Gilbert
appropriations
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of other states Warren says he is against any stand. The state the non-profit organization High School

One of the pledges is that. the, new taxes or increasing therateof for all purposes durinlg the cur-: Washington President Eisenhower bore down Tuesday night I representing the hospitals of Pepsi-Cola dealers salute

second: Warren administration:, .any present taxes. He is also (Continued on Peg I) on civil rights in a speech summoning the GOP to an election year the United States and Canada. one this of honor the leading student members and '
"crusade" on behalf of "people and principles.! I Your own hospital, Brewster is of the Glee Club.Sheis
member of the American Hos- active In social and
A half dozen times in formor a
one civic projects and a member
pital Association. of the Junior choir in
another, the President spoke up her church.r .
.
.. .. for equal opportunities for all Decry AUeaipl3f During Hospital Week, accordIng -
to Administrator Whittington,
people regardless of race or creed, ir
'..c{" or declared that the GOP "sets up tours will be conducted throughthe
:\fi. : Unfairness hospital with speccial guides
} no walls of birth or creed or
:f; : ,/:: APRDAMEHMMDEDICATES : party." and informants to conduct visitors .t

through the Brewster plant Much
This address was to a GOP
'.. campaign strategy conference that d IntegrationGAINESVILLE information will be imparted in

brought party leaders from over order to fully acquaint people

NEW HOME OFFICETo the nation. In effect, it was'the with Brewster. 0r a

opening gun of Eisenhower's own I The: General
re-election campaign. I Baptist Convention representing
The President opened up by de- 200.000 Florida Negroes adopted a Cole CaicelsAilaaiaDaie

claring that the upcoming cam- sweeping resolution Monday .decrying t.w .
'
paign is concerned with 'those attempts to block Integra-

things which.count for most people -
tion.Leaders
and principles. He closed by of teh meeting about

urging the GOP to build and 1,500 Negro pastors are meeting Atlanta Nat (King) Cole last

stand on a record 'unimpeachable here for a week-long session. The Tuesday canceled an Atlanta appearance FSY.j

In its concern for people and prin- Rev. J.,A. Finlayson, president of remarking would not

ciples." the convention said the anti- appear here for a million dollars." I HKSBEKT J. OWENS

Eisenhower also declared that ,segregation resolution was adopted B. B. Beamon promoter for I Mathew W. Gilbert .

policies not based on principle by voice vote unanimously.In Cole canceled Tuesday night's I Hl "retreat to expediency," which
performance after talking with
part, the resolution said outstanding young
represents a betrayal of America'strust "We, as Christians, regard this the singer in Winston-Salem,N.C. i'l'h1l man is among the honor
So, he said "tiie Republican decision (Supreme Court over- The promoter said he relayed to member students in of school the concert-and a
in this campaign must marchinx band and also
party throw of the but Cole the assurance of Atlanta Police -
separate equal the Student Council. He
be vigorous and dedicated and inspired doctrine) as vindicating the time- Chief Jenkins that there has the qualifications tobecome
by principles and by poli- honored belief of the General would be adequate protection one of our leaden.

tical integrity." baptist State Convention Inc. in during the performance and during -
The President laid down eight '
I proclaiming the absolute equalityof i Cole's entke visit here.
principles for the GOP which he all men before God. Cole was quoted as saying "It's

predicted will serve as somethingof not a matter of police protection.
"Whereas the impact of the de-
a pattern for the party platformof Someone might try it again, even
cision including the recent deci-
1956. with a hundred policemen on
sion ordering a tax-supported in-
hand." Cole also stated he "was
stitution to immediately admit a
not in shape to go through
Plan Is Pisked Negro has brought an outcry of that ordeal any again."
un-Christian and undemocratic
The rest of the Cole troupe
To Ban Poll Tax expressions from persons who
June Christy and Ted Heath's or-
-. wish to continue the pattern of in-
: and 'Friends chestra and the other performers
; t Our Policyholders feriority which has been in the
,
with
Ii Five SlatesWASHINGTONA were en route here to go on
Negroes plight in Florida since
J: the show without Cole. Those desiring -
reconstruction and
,

: The:Officers. and Board "of Directors. ,', .' 1F diciary subcommittee Senate decided Ju- "Whereas to perpetuate these persons racial are seg-determined money.refunds were returned their :

.y Wednesday to try to get action at regation behind the thin veil of

of the :X this session of Congress on an disguise that it (segregation) is GOES ON TRIAL
a.",Lw ar.tAa.w.w:
anti-poll tax amendment to the
-, good for the Negro without con- FOR SHOOTINGFernandina
Constitution. Mathew W. Gilbert
the damaging conse-
sidering
Afro American Life Insurance Company It would forbid collection of the quences that this undemocratic Beach John Lee High School
"This ambitious JOUDladyis
.
tax as a requirement for voting in : for the Ne-
system has produced charged with the slaying of Roman on the honor roll in
federal elections. States could re- effects it brings April) school and serve as co-
gro and the dire Traeye, will go on trial captain of the school girl
.
-:> .dir-: cordially invite to attend tain it for state and local elections upon the entire State of Florida, patrol She is a member of
you if wished.To 30.The the EuGene 3. Butler
they
therefore"Be slaying took place on Mar. Chapter of the NationalHonor
the hearings. Chair- Society and the
speed of 't
it resolved that the"officers 30. Following the shooting student council,
,
and Dedication man Estes Kefauver, Tennessee Traeye, 'Lee was wounded in a
The Comer-stone Laying Democrat of the subcommittee, and members of the General Bap-
battle with Police Captain
Florida gun
of
Convention ,
tist State
called another, session for Friday after
and was captured
states requiringa Inc. of Florida do hereby go on Shipman
of the The only now record voicing their condemnation officers used tear gas to subdue C._ tree
as
poll tax for voting are Virginia, and him in his barricaded apartment. thpt GM N these
Alabama, MlssI S1I pi. Texas and of the many untruths lbs. Meet! Aw.d
Arkansas. It used to be a requirement slanderous remarks made against resew!
Company'sJfew Home Office Building! -
in other Southern states,but and about the Negro.
for QUICK RELIEF o f tdate. Ie Petal J.uftt'we"
several have repealed it by state "Be It further resolved that we esht.tieas .-

:, ; action. believe that the Supreme Court's HEADACHENEURALGIA Petti c... T II N.
101-105 East Union Street A group of Southern senatorsis decision ending racial segregation TIME. WIHC. uoo. g

behind the constitutional is right and we do hereby state .. na liar A.M.Seter
13.11M
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::t ,; Jacksonville, Florida amendment approach to the ques- that we'support all peaceful de Jess -
.' tion. They maintain this Is the termined and concrete steps takento link NDaelV. "
.. ':"" 5:.tfi .. { only proper method as opposedto end this sinful condition in our P-Jp. e NCBfltB VHlActfas

**"_:,Sunday. Afternoon, April .22nd, 1956. .r.- a simple majority vote in Con- state. tit STANHAOtTut

$:$$; : gress for a federal law. For a "We urge all members of this flTANBAfg igiiirt

.. ..O ',. '- 2:00P.m.: .-.. ..- ., constitutional amendment to become convention to support the National ..a- r aII
; effective would require two- filer l... ..... S
Advancement
: Tat
: : Assodation.for the
; .
: .: ;
': ; : .: ,,- thirds votes of "approval In the of Colored People in its legal and tilde- read esoer.Y. R a f +lPeps


V:i \: p en. House' : 3:30'p..m.:: .' to.'' 6:00: .'p.m.. ,.. .:.,, .: by House three-fourths and Senate of and the ratification states. constitutional discrimination fight in this to state.end 'racial ..... < GM

Sen. Spessard Holland of Florida .
':' i \ : told the Kefaurer subcommittee Field Secretary for the NAACP,
:i ;; : Decrees N
"'' \: ;. x _: that if Congress.approved Robert W. Saunders, said he resolutio ;Jgkre..lll.aety.0 .
; ; the.. imanrTmant, b s ass would UWM drifted In cooperaUoo

+ 4' feOot threw* wflh '1 1 with tto NAACP. The Her. Fin

adoption." laysoti confirmed this. t:IM ef r.., ..... t'etM1
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Putnam County_ws, I Urban League!: And Y.W.C.A. _In Career Program AND OrganistRenders FRATERNAL NOTES


. ,. BY E. J. VRH2fTM RecitalColonius Grand Master Charles H. Henry

! .diion StrMt Palaika. Florida vtM.. +wq, ,. D a@IMRI has ivjue-i a call to all Master
: -:.. Phone East 5-3025 : Maseru. Royal Arch. Knight Tem-
.. S. Davis
organist at
plars. Shriners. Sublime Princesof
. ; Florida A and M will
University
,' p. the Royal Secret Scottish Rite
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK be presented in
y
L Y an organ concert of the 32nd degree. Past Masters
f Monday evening April 30 at 8
'
and
present Worshipful Masters
1 will never let you down.
m. in the auditorium of
p. Day !o assemble at the Masonic< Temple .
t Last week Mrs. Elnora White was guest of the Florida Star to I a Spring Baptist Church. on April 22 at 12 p. m. to ..

the movies. The recital is under the spon- form a parade to the AfroAmerican -

This week our invitation goes sorship of the Adventurers Club Life Insurance Co. for corner-

out to a young lady'whO is a life- sages on the following Sunday. and the Temple Choir of State stone service for the new home
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long resident of Palatka. She Temple.The office building.

finished her high school education Mr. and Mrs. Billie Oliver and artist has studied at Jul- The parade will begin 'at 1:15

;: at Central Academy High daughter returned Sunday from Hard School of Music, New York p.m.east on Duval to Clay: northon

School and attended Bethune- their native home Tallahassee, City and while there was accom- Clay to Union: east on Union

Cookman College and Atlanta where they were the house guestsof panist in the downtown vocal to Ocean. Returning. north on

University. She was one of Cen- Mr. Oliver's mother. studio of the late Milo Picco, who Ocean to Stale west on State to

tral Academy's best elementary was at one time, a leading bari- Clay. south on Clay to Duval and
tone of the
teachers and is a member of Mr. James Williams is con- Metropolitan Opera.Mr. west on Duval to Broad.
Davis studies with
Bethel AME Church. fined to Flagler Hospital in St. organ
She lives with her husband.and Augustine as the result of a major William McPherson of Norfolk, All members of Pallbearers
Va., during his high school and
niece. operation Monday. His many Lodge No. 20 are asked to meet
the late Ernest of
Hayes
Hampton
: Monday night April 23 at 8
friendswish him a speedy re p. m.
Institute. He received his under-
, We are very happy to invite covery. ,4.-- in the Mt. Lillia Baptist Church
graduate in liberal
Miss Mildra Burch of Pomona training arts at corner 2nd and Jefferson Sts.
Virginia Union .
Park to be the guest of the,Flor- Prof. Alex Branford and the University.He The Grand President will make
came to Florida A and M in
ida Star for lunch Monday in the Bradford Singers will be heardin a his official visit to the Lodge at
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1955 and has
September
cafetoriunr of Central Academy a recital Tuesday April 23, in CAREER CONFERENCE Julius A Bowman. Industrial Relations Secretary of The Jacksonville numerous recitals there.given that time.

Higli'SchooL Miss Burch is a very the Central Academy High School Urban League is shown lecturing to members of the Y-Teen Club at the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA. Mr. Davis organ is at present completing -
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". charming sentorv cafetorium. The Rose Petal Beau- The program centered around "employment opportunities for the trained worker." plans for a tour which will

tician Club, The Mt Zion Primi- Shown sealed left to righL Hattie Camper Miss Daisy Waters. Adviser to the Y-Teens: Mr. Bowman take him to North Carolina, Virginia INGROWN r%

BelId'e"toMay tthl tive Baptist Church, will sponsor ; Harriette Wiisell Marilyn Wesley and Mary Price. Standing left to right. Mimi Burney. Gloria ; Pennsylvania and New HURTING YOU

the event. A nominal fee will be Neimilh Barbara Royalson and Gwendolyn CounciL York City. > fanttflffftRefltf
, The many friends of Mrs Ollie charged. See the members of the !
A native of
Portsmouth Va. he
,
Howard will be glad to know that club or Mrs. A. B. Fryson for '
she Is convalescing after having tickets. I Funeral Rites Set Annual Of Clowns Team is an instructor in theory pipe rrtirf A few tmarmeuOa drop.*f OUTCRO*v aW briit ImnwnwA.OUTGRO 111 ma*.
Appearance and piano and is also chair- toort n u*r.a omfanmtli tM
in'e Flagler organ .ail,tdlw.ttt*KM)t.b.cl mmd ttau frf
undergone surgery : ..., OUTCKO
For Mrs. Janie Jones .allfuremrO.+ a daoomfort.
of the of ..
man area Keyboard Ie.,W.bI..1.g a-
Hospital in St Augustine Fla. Central Set For April 28. 29 In Ball ParkWhen Music at the University

Several teachers of Putnam P PALATKA Funeral services ,

County attended the Florida's Academy for the late Mrs. Janie Jones will the nationally famous Indianapolis Clowns and New iim i ,

Teachers Association in Pensacolalast bek held on Sunday at 2:30 pan, York Black Yankees crosS bats in the new Jacksonville Ball Park 1 liMM .\i//f/ .

week. Some of those who:attended in the Mt.Zion Primitive Baptist on Saturday night and Sunday. April 28 and 29 at 8 p. m. and 2 "

were Professors F. "R. Highlights'By Church with the Rev. P. H. Prison p. m.. fans will get a double treat for Dot only will they'see major

Brooks. L. R. N. Mullens ands H.ii. officiating.Mrs. league calibre of basebalL, but they will witness one of the most

Wright Mrs. Ruth: Mae Coley Warren Howell Jones died on Monday in hilarious diamond comedy shows ever presented in any ball park.

Mrs. M. T. Hines, Mrs. Naomi I Members of the Dramatic Club her home in Jacksonville aftera These two clubs have been

Jackson, Mrs. Flossie Layton,Mrs. arrived on the Campus Wednes- brief illness. She was a nativeof mixing it up during past seasons, comedy department is a new-

Beatrice Hurdy Moon, Mr.Vernon day April 11. after spending three Putnam County and .moved- toJacksonville' and their records show a very comer, Prince Jo Henry, who is Mr 4t

Telghman, Mrs. H. D. Long Mrs. days, in. Tallahassee where they about one year ago little_difference in the clubs. Both :also a good third baseman. He is
Deloris-Norris and several others. attended the Dramatics Conference after living in Palatka for the past teams have won a good share of a dependable batter and terrific

Mr. Raymond Chisolnf and also at FAMU. Attending were 30. years. games in their rivalry across the idelder. The Prince's outstanding i/ jncf L.m

Mr. T. J. Hines visited the meet- Mildra Burch president: Evelyn Survivors.include a son, John- nation.. plays have saved and won many

ing. Nelson secretary: Ethel Mae nie Jones of Jacksonville; three The 'Funmakers, featuring a games for the Clowns. His com-

Hines. Ollie horn and others. sisters, Mrs, Mable Rhodes and more _experienced type of ball edy is often a relief in a tense
Rev. K. D. Mrs. Irene Sanders of Jacksonville
P-ilatka The They were accompanied by Mrs. player, have the advantage on situation and at times, when the
,. White,Presiding Elder
Jacksonville District held his sec- and Rev. Alston. Hastings, Florida; a brother, Wil- ful players of the Black Yankees will belt the ball over the fence

ond quarterly conerenceFriday lie McCarn of Worchester; Mass.; take over on other days, which and then trot around the bases inreverse

in the Bethel AME Church. In the history sport and C.A. two grand sons. other relatviesand makese the rivalry very.keen. order.,

'- Opening the session was the the C. A. Bulldogs have not been friends. Headlining diamond com- The fans can never forget theo
pastor,the Rev.J. P.Morris. Each able to defeat the Stanton Blue Funeral arrangements are in edy show is Ed Hamman, who has d favorite in Jacksonville, King
department of the church made charge of Holmes Funeral Home. toured all major and minor "
Devils until Wednesday,April II, Tut and his right hand man, Spec
good reports. The Rev. A. Mc- league parks with his comedy,
when the baseball team edged by Jt Bebop. Natureboy Williams, the
Phaul was a visitorand made remarks them 11-9. B. Williams started on including a feat of throwing be-
Clowns barefoot Ozark Mountain
: 1 the mound for'"C. A. with Earl Peck High School) hind his back from third to first
star and first baseman
The' Presiding Elder delivered In addition Hani in batting -
Wilson relieving in the 4th. The nan sparkles r
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the morning and evening 'mes- Blue Devils picked up 9 runs, 7 Presents Operetta pepper games and baseball magic. will be in there with his share of 'r He is in your state at last!

hits and the Bulldogs 11 runs, 8 Also taking a leading role in the the funmaking. The great _man that the peopleof

MMM Park NewsBy Florida have been longing to
hits.C.ts.C. FERNANDINA'-Peck High
CLOWNS
Mn. Fteraac* _McBride A. Students had a two day School will present its annual Philly Golfer SELL. see. Now is your big ,chance to

vacation Thursday and Friday. spring operetta Monday evening tk, see this wonderful man while hey
Services at ML Tamo Baptist April 1213 while the faculty attended April 30 in the auditorium of the 8 PLAYERSHOLLYWOOD
Church were most. enjoyable I the state teachers Asia school. Wins! Pro_, PrizeThe is so near. Known to millions as

throughout the day. Sunday :At Pensular Florida. The operetta, entitled "Far "The Seventh Son," ordained i

School was highly enjoyed by i Away Friends," will be presentedby
and chartered by lip e pie l
0 s
everyone who attended. The pas- The economic class has now students of the intermediate Fla. From '

tor gave'some most inspiring re- i I finished conducting its survey department. Golf Tournament second annual Gate City theBrentwood down in Hollywood Fla, word The Man Te See Is Spiritualist Temple" (Parent

marks on the subject of the lesson, which they started in January. Included wil be songs, dances Golf course played was on wen has been released' by Syd Pollock, ULYSSES Body), Los Angeles, Calif.,-U.S.A..
The Courage of the Early Christians This survey was to cover every and dramatic reading. general manager of the Indianapolis -
by Charles Stifford of Philadel-
." Negro home in Palatka to find Directors of the event are :Miss Clowns that eight of his 1955
,
I If sick crossed need
phia. Sifford the favorite to are unhappy
was you up,
Tbjft' moening'serviees were also the way the average Negro lives. Pauline Staten, chairman; Mrs. players have been sold into or-
enjoyed.by'alL Rev Jack Barnes Alice Card, co-chairman; Mrs.S. capture the $3,000 event ganized basebalLIn' money, then see me today for God works miracles

preached notable"sermon. His C. A. Band recently receivedan G. McWhite, Miss R. Ross, After tying :Teddy Rhodes of
completing winter deals
In'The Inn." Chicago, Stifford continued to through his Holy Prophets. Be sure,to get my great
text was,:"No1 Room- invitation to attend the state Miss Annie Cook and Mrs. Jose- Pollock has moved Roberta Her-

band festival at New Stanton phine Ware.Hen's play that masterful brand of golf rera of Havana Cuba on to the blessings for Saturday, April 7, 14 and 21No mail,
Sevrramembers' that has him championship
of Allen stamped as -
High in Jacksonville April 26-28. New York Yankees chain. Only .
Chapel:.A1dlgkchtrew along with calibre on many of the telegrams or phone calls received. You must come
17-years old Herrera is rated ma-
,wife motored Day Riles'Will golf courses _throughout the coun-
the pastor and his The ecenonmic lass is lookingforward jor league materiaLOn in person.
to Satsuma Florida Sunday to attend try. Sifford is the smooth easy
to going on an educa-
church ienices.: Be Held Ai going type of player who takes to the Detroit Tigers organ-.
t tionaF trip to St Augustine, Mon- golf seriously.The ization go Ted Richardson and CONTACT ME AT MICCOSUKEE, FLA.
..
day, April 23.
Mrs* Amanda Clay is still very Grove top scorers in the 54 hole Jimmy Procter. Richardson is JUST ASK TO SEE ULYSSES
Shady from Orlando, Fla, and Procteris
ilL Friends and'relatives ask for Mrs. D. B. Sanders, State Pres- play were Sifford, 215; Teddy
from Washington, D. C. and
THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES FOR MY WORK
your prayers for her speedy re- ident of the PTJL Congress, was Rhodes, 215; Ralph Alexander, both of them are pitchers. They

covery. the speaker at '.Tj\. Tea, Sunday Gainesville Men's Day will 220; George Samuel. 223; Willie have been assigned to the Au- COME EARLY TO PREVENT THE RUSH!

April 15, in the school cafe- be observed'Sunday at the Shady Roundtree, _223; C. Martin, 223. gusta Club.Outfielders.
The Christmas Saving Club of teria. Grove Primitive Baptist Church, This group represented. the professional -
this city had its regular meeting the Rev. R. J. Gainous, pastor.. group. Charlie McCoy of

I Wednesday night at the home of Twenty-nine Principals, Faculty An excellent program has been _Clifford Brown of Cleveland, St Petersburg, Fla.; Frank Ensleyof
Grambling, La. last season'scaptain
Mrs. Gladys Williams. members, and supervisors, planned. Ohio was the top man among the
of the Clowns and
pitcher
attended the Putman County Following the evening services, amateurs with a score of 228; Bert
Rev.Jack Barnes Mrs.: Florence Arithmetic work conference last the Rev. J. R. Roberts, pastor of Roberson, 229; George Harris,229; Johnny Wyatt of Buffalo, N. Y.

McBride Mrs. M. L. Frank and week at thine Central Academy the Mt Herman Baptist Church Charles Brown, 234. First flight- Hurler-infielder Rufus McNealof HOUR

Mrs. Carrie Herlong attended the High School where they workedon will preach. Accompanying him James Everett 239; W. Malone, Kinston, N. C. and outfielder

State Convention in Gainesville, the arithmetic program for our] will be the congregation of his 239; J. Pauline 232; M. Stevens, Erwin Ford of Whiteville, N. C,

Florid recently. They reported schools in Putman County.A I church. 242. will play with El Paso in the ,i'
excellent trip. Southwestern League this season. ,
having
an
The second flight-M. Sykes, CLEANERS
Henry (Hank) Aaron who is nowa
-L- following. up meeting will beheld Gainesville Solons 237; R. Reddick 252;J.Jerry, 253;
star with the Milwaukee Braves
11. and F. Eubanks 253. Third flight
May Pool ,
DICC E TAX BETURNSAs Study Negro once played shortstop for the
-Earl Reid 252 E. D. 253
Henry.
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Form KJ* Clowns before being sold several Jnc ...
Constructionwork for*the six Dr. W. O. Bunch 259 and Nat
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Iitte$ Tam .... Gainesville- City commissioners seasons
ago.
actd onal'classrooms at C; K. are Gilmore 261. Fourth flight-El-
HO JACKSON weU'UDc1erway: These rooms are last Monday night moved to wood(Homie) Banks,264; Othello The Indianapolis Clowns and

TAX KXPEST to be ready for next school term. investigate a new municipal Nelson RenfrO. 268; F,Richardson, the New York Black Yankees be- BACHELOR BUNDLES
134 Uf.8b< Ph. EL S-W 03Ait swimming pool at Sanford to determine 270, gin their barnstorming tour April

I ,TH IP', ". the feasibility of similar 12. They will play in several ma-
ties: E.D. Martin"was a recent construction for the proposed In the women's division, Mrs.
jor and minor league parks.Learn .
visitor on C. A. Campus. $50,000 Negro pool here. Odessa Calloway was top scorer A 5 HOUR SERVICE

The use of city equipment on-a with 304; Mrs. Mildred Redding, ,

Commercial ,Art 11/4 mile drainage ditch in north- 306; Mrs. Roberta Holland, 310. Commercial Art .
Lear The 2 Best Places .m.IIy a..ct..... 'sad ltlshe4
east Gainesville was approved at First flight Mrs. Sadie Holmes,
Surf Aoyttan \m Tew T. CatBILTON'S the request of developer Hugh 317; Mrs. M. Moye, 324; Miss Start Arti.e
c. *. APPROVED .CAFE Edwards. Gertrude L. Styles 332. Second C. f. APPROVED

i AMMICAN .< AND' < HOME Edwards said the project from flight-Mrs. Allean Harrington AMERICAN

SCHOOL Of ART We .Hive ''J.st Mo4e..lucL. Te 23rd boulevard to the Waldo road 372; Mrs. M. Meres, 399; Mrs. T. SCHOOL OF ART 0

S.lt-y....Appetite Haw Cooked would help drain. the entire area. Taylor, 400. _
htard Ta New ........ Mend Te New UcetU
MM(">Smt4 Doily sad Short
The county has agreed to participate The trophies wereawarded at 106 EAST BAY STKKT
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ERIC O. SIMPSON

It was announced last Monday by Jacksonville Braves business An Inter-Fraternity Sports Lea- .

manager H. B. "Spec" Richardson that.box seats will again be made gue was recently organized in

available to Negro ball fans. r Jacksonville composed of the four

.Richardson said that the section 44R' Greek letter fraternities. The or-
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'"L-M in the third base area make it convenient and pleasant ganizations making up the leagueare

which were earlier allotted to Negro for: the Negro fans. He pointed to the Kappa Alpha Psi, Alpha

fans but later sold to other, the fact that when the new stadium \ ;- Phi Alpha Phi Beta Sigma and
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groups will again be put on sale: first opened special buses Omega Psi Phi.

for the benefit of Negro' fans. were put on to transport fans free Gr" .i.p ,w The purpose of the league is to
The announcement came after of charge to the "new ball park. iw ) eq sponsor various competitive activ-

reports that Negro 'fans had ex- He said that due to lack of syp-} ities. The objectives are to pro-

pressed discontent over the lack port the running of buses was a mote better health team work,

of box seats and the general abandoned after running virtually public relations, permanent inter-

handling of seating at the last empty for several weeks. est in sports and recreation.

Dodgers-Milwaukee Braves game The Braves business manager ,.Y. Representatives at the initial

held here recently.In said that he is anxious to see the ; meeting were: Julius Guinyard,

an interview with the Braves colored ball fans content because, ; ; I Kappa Alpha Psi; Walter H.

business manager last Wednesday,: as he put it, "I realize that the White, Omega Psi Phi; RutledgeH.
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he said that his action in with] colored fans have been fine sup- c : Pearson Alpha Phi Alpha and

drawing the box seats from sale porters in years gone by." r4 J. A. Batts, Phi Beta Sigma;

to Negro fans was not inspired by He said that anytime there wasa ) + a z a ; The sports program will con-

prejudice. He said that they were problem he would be glad to sist of tennis, volleyball, table

withdrawn because it was found discuss it with the view to doing : j ;_ tennis checkers 'golf, horseshoe
that colored fans were not mak- all he could to enable both Negro '- brto b.r. .w pitching and other activities

ing use of the seats in large and white fans to enjoy good which will be announced later.

enough numbers warrant hold- baseball in Jacksonville The schedule is as follows:

ing the section for them.Richardson The Braves team will meet the !: i April 27-Kappas. vs. Alphas at
said that he has Charlotte Hornets in two night ..o"a Lavilla Park. 4 p. m. tennis; April
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tried Jo do everything he could to, games, Saturday, April 21, and 28-Omegas vs Sigmas at Edward

Monday April 23 at 8'p. m. Theyare Waters College 7:30 p. m. checkers -

.. slated for a Sunday. game hy' Sr ; April 29-Kappas vs Alphasat

a Milwaukee Selhfig April .22.at;3 p. m. General ad a.. Wilder Recreation Center 7:30p.

mission is $1.00, Box.seats $L35.Yonger I '' e Kd i .m. checkers; May Omegas vs

Sigmas Tennis; May 5Kappasvs
Crowe Ik
George Alphas, volleyball; May 6-

Omegas vs"Sigmas checkers. The

Signs Up f remainder of the schedule will be
CINCINNATI
-Big George !
released later.
-Crowe,w1io.was-a perfect replace-
tment, at first base last season R p4f' ,. Only members of the local
Again With Rams Alumni to
Chapters are eligible
Joe Adcock was Injured has
when '
.;>. .kxz participate. The. fraternity presi-
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tbeen sold by the Milwaukee y.q : s
dents are: J. A. Batts, Phi Beta
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the
:Braves to Cincinnati Reds: LOS' ANGELES Calif.-Paul
Sigma; George B. Nairn, Kappa
The 'trade sent Redleg outfielder
(Tank) Younger the big and powerful g F
Ir Alpha Psi;Rodell Roberts, OmegaPsi
Hazel unnamed
Bob and another
225 pound fullback of the Sad' > a we:
:Phi an/W. T. Harper Alpha
;player to the Braves. Los Angeles Rams has signed his 1iA <
"Crowe,'who-has a 330 lifetime contract-to"play his eighth season .it Phi Alpha.
The is welcome to attend
public
batting average, has already re- with the Rams. The former
f1 the various activities free of
iported to the Reds. Crowe ,was Grambling College star has been

'recalled by the parent_Milwaukee one of the J league's leading full charge.

Braves from the Toledo Sox aftera backs for the- past four years. y isy
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.$hort,:stay with the Sox. He Younger.was injured a part of the Bob Olson Resumes

finally batted his way back into 1954 and 1955 seasons, but even r Ff ty Training For BoutCarl
the majors. with injuries Jie was'able to compile '

Hazel has been sent outright to one of the most sensational ijti-
"Bobo" Olson resumed
the Milwaukee farm club at records.in the league.
training last Tuesday in
Wichita Kansas.-.and second In, 1955. ,ty was ,the 'leading, prepara-
tion for his May 18th Middle-
Cincinnati player will be transferred ground gainer on the field in five :
weight title bout with ChampionRay
to the Braves at a later consecutive games. His top performance -

date/ .. ::was In the second Balti- iIT i; Robinson. Olson- sparred four
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,._ rounds Sunday.
for ------ m. m
Hazel hit 29 homers Nashville more Colt game when he gained .
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of the Southern Association 132 yards from scrimmage. In GOLF WINNERS Golfers who'garnered prizes la the second champion receives: his trophy from Clarence Jefferson. Al na

last year and.drove in 92 runs. 1954 he played only seven and annual $3.000 golf tournament are shown receiving their awards. Bert Robinson third place winner in the championship division r IKE WILLIAMS former Ugh

He was brought up to the Redlegslast one half of the twelve games At top. left. Mrs. Odessia Calloway of New York City receives a awarded a trophy by Clarence Jefferson. heavyweight: ,boxing champion

September' and 'apPear
six games ed third among all National Foot." right. Mrs. Redding. second place winner in the women's division Philadelphia who took first prize and Teddy Rhodes who tied'f cr retired from the ring. He quit
fighting with $303.000 salted
ball League"rushers. gets her award from AL C. Joyner.At first place and went through a play-off.
With the signing of Younger, bottom,,left. Clifford Brown of Cleveland Ohio, amateur Florida Star" Photos down of this amount $109,000 la
cash. $100.000 in -
Coach Sid Gillman is now assuredof governmentbonds
WATCH THIS CLOWN and $1004)00 in real estate.
a strong and powerful "up the the Philadelphia Phillies with six I I
51; Ted Kluszewski Cincinnati Ike did not do bad for himself.
middle" defense and offense. The straight seasons of 20 victories or 1. Reds-47; Ernie Banks Chicago THE CLEVELAND INDIANSseem
23-9-45 SPORTING IT UPBY
Rams the 1955 Western Con-
won more must be classed with the Cubs-44; Duke Snider Brooklyn to be posting a great rivalry
$52= 0541SoeutieMS ference championship. When the all-time greats, but he will haveto Dodgers-42; Eddie Matthems, with the New York Yankees in

-- ... < curtain rises on the 1956 profes- C. PARHAM JOHNSON double that 'to tie Christy Milwaukee Braves-41, and Mickey Italian-American ball players.

9 sional football season the Rams Mattheson who had 20 game Mantle New York Yankees- The Yankees with DiMaggio,
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will be all set to go. I PITCHER JOE NUXHALL of have a slump at the bat last season seasons for 12 straight years. Lazzeri and Crosseti led the list

7 Io i,the Cincinnati' : Reds now ranks as but so do othre ball players Walter.Johnson went 10 years ina 37.BOB MONTGOMERY*a three then but now the Indians with

.0 No surgery needed one.of the best lefthanded pitch but they can be depended on in I row. Iron Man McGinnity made championship holder in the field Rocky Colovito Joe Altobelli

ers in the National League if not the crucial test. eight years and Lefty Grove had of boxing hung up his gloves, Sam Mele. Sal Maglie and Coach

317-91-746. to reduce swelling the best. Joe will never forget his BOB (LT1 Abner) HOPKINS.I seven seasons. Roberts has already holding $125,000 in cash. Tony Cuccinello heads the list.:
first time on the mound againsta the Grambling College basketball i tied Mordecai Brown's

,X12.52-65 'of major league learn. That was flash set six small college scoring mark of 20 or better for six
painful piles
12 years ago when he was only15years records during the 1955-1956 straight years.
..'. We Arc Happy To Announce That
Q In doctor's tests amazing new old. the youngest ever to basketball season. but lost for the '
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SianHiaei. Stateless Paso mstantiy relieved WALLY MOON and not ,big
He *!*, s *tf cts piles tortarel Gave Internal and toe the rubber in a major league fourth straight season. in, his bid Tom Alston will start the seasonat BOX SEATSSections
He weifcs It .11 s..4 external relief without surgery! game. He was pitching againstthe to win the point-making champ- .
first base for the St. Louis
6 medically-proved ingredients relieve SL Louis Cardinals. Joe
says ionship. He was runner-up to Bill
TjnftifAns tnttantlyl Reduce Cardinals. Moon was given the L-M
FOR APRIL 28th swelling. he was all right until he realized Riegel of McNese (La.) State College -
Onlypile nod over Alston because of Moon's
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walk m comfort ,where he was then he got jittery. who scored 1400 points to "
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ARE AVAILABLE
100-44-79 remedy.:' Stainless Ptxo Suppositoxles terrific barfing! power according -
Joe two-thirds of an in ..
pitched overcome the second highest .
or Ointment at druggists.
to an announcement made by
.ning. faced nine men. He allowed small college scorer. Hutchinson. IN THE BALL PARK
Manager Fred Moon
two hits and five walks. Five Bevo Francis of Rio Grande I
earned runs were charged against College netted 1,225'points in i was Rookie of the Year in 1954. When Your Home Town Team

ROBERT TAYLOR 195354. i ROY CAMPANELLA, the iron-

mOl' "MANY RIVERS TO CROSSilSUM. !him.THE RACE BAN has been lift- Hopkins, who holds 11 NAIA man catcher) .the Brooklyn Dodgers THE JACKSONVILLE BRAVESPlays

S.\T. :ed in the Louisville, Ky. Amateur is now considered as one of -
THRU Rock Hudson "ONE DESIRE" records-reportedly more than
APRIL 22.21ON Baseball Federation. Directors of any other player set the follow the nation's.most lavish spenders. In the Ball Park

STAG ..... FRIDAY NIGHT, APRIL 27. the LAFB and club managers ing records: Most points scored, Recently Roy purchased a home

"GRETAL AND GERTIE DANCE REVUE" voted the hisstory making actionat (3,759);field goal attempts (3,309));I for $50,000, $30,000 for 41-foot DON'T' MISS THESE GAMES

a meeting held in Central Park. field goals' scored -(1.403): ; free: cabin cruiser, and a reported $!S.-

: The Federation will its,season 000 in furnishings while purchas-
ROOSEVELT SlY VIEW open throw attempts (1,292)! free The Jacksonville Bravesvs
ing the building which houses his
April 28. The teams will use throws scored (953), and rebounds:
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diamonds in the city-owned parks (%.191). He has been mentionedas Harlem liquor store.
Ad' 22.24
Sa. Tees. 22.24 Sa. Taos. April
2 By ht t_ HJhl -UHT AMID MISTRESS"" and two' ,others at Holy Trinity a candidate for the Olympic IT MIGHT BE INTERESTINGTO J

-u.sT Of THe DUPIRAoon- Pius" : "ICISS"ME. DUD'Lr'Aa' I High School and Turner's Park' tryouts to be held in Kansas City BASEBALL FANS to know '
...THAT. New ttewefy Bos"L)19 a private dub.CHARI.EY and a story of his life is scheduledto that the Philadelphia 'Athleticswon The Charlotte Hornets

URANIUM"Wa. s. Tkan Aril 25,24Tesy NEALis all set to be beamed to European coun- the American League pennant -

S Then AIM<< 2J-U.s.ACK- CIIrtIa.SHIUY. .' I.WeL open the season at second base for tries by the" U.. s. State Depart- ,' two years in succession Saturday, April 21st 8:00 p.m.

ht Ja Shwl, Pus '"UTOPIA" the Brooklyn Dodgers instead of ment's'Voice of America. (191 -1914),:and then finished on 22nd
MGAMI Of LOVI" Junior Gillianv but there is still Reigel set a single season small the ,bottom the following year, Sunday, April 3:00 p.m.

"eat- :.'--cnY. OP.. -SHADOW-- -- frL.A kt. April .27.- '- r'i 24W.s. .- some doubt in,the minds
UIiott : t.M ball experts.as to whether Neal throws. The averages were field of sports. '
'a -lJ1.21'.H -sAVACH' HORDE"e"i" can cury'on"p ce of.the tenri released. by the NCAA Service THE INS HOME RUN PA- GENERAL, ADMISSION- '$1.00 BOXES. 35c .
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"418 TiU UUNIUM" de> tdabia'Junior. .QfiHa*. They: Statistics. MADE ended in this > stiaaer .. (1'al..tNe4).
MAHt4T8r 0(!:if1: .., ., ,
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concede the fact RaCri, lei difl, P1TJ1iLlto.IN: ROBERTS ef Will t.Mays, New York Giants- ;f
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Chips Off The Blocks Firmer 6.verwrPeiiis Sweat Asks ReElectionOn John Jugklaos, Traispori Worker


To Record; Seeks Cowdy Commissioi PostJohn


Basis Of His RecordSheriff j _
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ii;',j :BT"JAY JAY (Continued from Page S) B. Jungklaus, a transportation worker, has announced his I
rent fiscal biennium
(1955.1957)
CHIPS.OFF THE BLOCKS_ .__ are about S431,000,000 431 candidacy for County Commissioner Group L
( million
'- *E Day* is last approaching and the noise of lb. approaching dallars), all of which must be paid Rex Sweat, whose career He is 36 years old, a life long
battle is beginning to increase. T as law enforcement officer resident of Duval County and son resides with his family at 1703'ton
By Day" we can mean only by taxes taken from the pockets of puties to the FBI National Train-
election day. For the first time in years with the exception of the the people of Florida. The $431.- extends over a 30-year period, ing Academy and other law enforcement of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. F. P-TA, the Duval County Play-

ill-fated Wilson Armstrong campaign, a Negro candidate is the 000,000 of ahppropriations for the is seeking another term as sheriffof schools in order that Jungklaus, Sr He is married to ground Association and the St.

favorite in an election. When the books dosed. it was found that current fiscal biennium is. about Duval County they may be.better equipped for the former Rosa Lee Fountain and John's Lutheran Church.

Negro registrants outnumbered whites in :the Second"DWrid, by SUOOQ&OdO (160 million dollars) He was first elected in 1932, serving Duval County.He is the father of three children and I Jungklaus in announcing his

more than ,three thousand.!. One thing we must not forget: names MORE than the"state appropriations and is serving his sixth consecutive has a staff of 4 Negro dep- candidacy stated that "as we all

en the books cannot cast ballots. Only half of the job has been done. for the last biennium (1951- term as sheriff of Duval uties working out of his office. know, our county area is enjoyinga

Each1 and ,every: one must get out and vote. Every Negro in the 1953) of my first adminnstration." County-the service second longest peri- He was one of the first sheriffsto tremendous growth and expan-
od of
district should make himself a committee one to see that we get Increase Homestead ExemptionFrom of any present Flo- have radio communication to sion and that there are numerous

out the vote. Let's make our slogan for the next few weeks "GET SS.ooo to $10.080 rida sheriff and the longest of adopt a two-way radio system issues of vital importance for the

OUT THE VOTE If Jackson elected he will be the first duly The Blountstown-born candidate any more.presently than serving 25,000 population.in a countyof end to install the modern three- continuous development of our

elected Negro city official we have had since' Reconstruction times. declares that the homestead exemption I I way system in operation today I county areas, primarily, that of

In the mail the other day' I received a very pleasant surprise.The amendment Article 10, "Through the years," Sheriff I expanding utilities, developmentof I

letter the postman brought informed me that our good friend Section 1, adopted by the peoplein Sweat has shown keen interest in our sewage to eliminate the

the former Hattie.Jordan of the Tropicanna has taken unto herselfa 1934, has probably benefittefd the youth of the county. He assigned present unsanitary condition, also

irate...Hattie went and did"it last month-The newlyweds will be. Florida more than any other men to patrol the rural 1 the urgent need of a sensible

feted at a reception this, Sunday at the Richmond Hotel Dining amendment ever added to the .. } school zones and, when patrol- r., overall drainage program and the

Room. We wish the couple many years of wealth and health. state constitution. Much of the ...A''t: : ; men school are buses available, to escort promotion of adult supervision in
along
heavily traveled -
Edythe Drayton did it up on the occasion of her'birthday Tues.1 growth of Florida during the last highways.He our growing playground and rec-

day nite. There were scads of succulent oysters to be twenty years, he says, may be'at also organized the Duval reation facilities

dozens of scrambling crabs to be "biled" and.the guests did just I tributed to the fact that the average ;', 1.-' County Road Patrol in 1926 and t. "I am firmly convinced that

that. Delores Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson. Geneva I Florida family is not compelled : c" %: was its first chief traffic officer. through a well conceived programof

Moore, Cap Pinkney, and Nathaniel Matthews were among those 1 to pay any tax on the home ;; coordinating the efforts of our

present Edythe refused to tell her age but the folks still wished I they own and occupy. There is no Xt'i P-TA, Dads' Clubs, civic organizations

hr many more happy annivrsaris. I telling how many fine families Halo Wanted teachers and law enforce-
from other states have been influence ment officers, we can bring aboutin
This was rally our birthday party attending week. On Monday
I dto move to Florida be- our county area the needed improvements
night Harry Clinton better known as H. C. a.ad.aUDonald JOHN JUNGKLAUS
cause they knew their homes Cook. 6 days a week. 11 a. m. to in sanitation drainage
had a few of his friends out to help him celebrate his natal day.i .
The party was held in the beautiful backlawn of the Donald resldence. would be exempt from taxation. 9 p. m. Specializing.in chicken New Haven Rd. and sewage, street lights, police -
When homestead; exemptionwas and shrimp. Anderson's Kitchen. After and fire protection, roads and
: B !-b-q was prepared by the host himself. On hand to receiving his education in
help "the Chief celebrate were Mr., and Mrs. John Washington. adopted in 1934 the home of 5857 Roosevelt Blvd. Ride the public schools of Duval County recreation .facilities.

Johnny Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hall Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fletcher the average Florida family didn't Naval Air Station bus. Phone Jungklaus enlisted in the Uni- "I am for the preservation of

and ,daughter Jimmie Jenkins and Just about all of ,the hotel cost more than $5,000, the amount EV 8-7205. ted States Army and served until the dignity of the office of coun-
now exempted from taxation. Today REX 1948. Since that time ty commissioner and I earnestlyand
feUows. A very special guest, a co-worker: of Mrs. Donald from SWEAT he has been
Siarke. Miss Bettte left all of,the unescorted fellows the same kind of home costs Maid and cook wanted. Stay on employed by a transportationfirm. sincerely solicit your vote and

gasping for air. Music was furnished by "Radio" Jenkins and b1IAU.American" at least $10,000; therefore the Convinced: that law enforce- two nights weekly. Two children' He is a member of the Arlington assistance in obtaining the officeof
ment, ,to be effective, must be in family, school Call District
Not to be. forgotten was the special "fruiljarpunch" homestead exemption amendment age. only on i Lion's Club, Jacksonville County Commissioner,
should be pursued as a profession the sher- Sunday or Monday, EX 8-3032 registered in Duval
Donald concocted.Out amended to provide a Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1. If you are
$10,000 exemption from taxation.In iff has sent.a number of his de- Mrs.'Irving Klepper, 931 Mapleton I American Legion Post 88, Arling- County you can vote'for me."
Tropicanna way we see or should say we could hear that Warren's words: "Know | Terrace. Hours 9:15-6:45.: .
the virus or whatever causes that hoarseness has caught up with -
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ing how to work in harmony with
Margie Sanders.. The girl can hardly talk above a whisper. George Brown Jr.
poor McTier the legislature, I believe we, to- Maid, or couple to live on pre JUMBO SHRIMP ",,"......"....... .,,,... lb. 89*
does Margie
it
than
We know it hurts her more us mises. 2134 Loretta I.
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gether, could get submitted to the Write
still has stars in her eyes over ,the golfing star. She certainly developed people of Florida a proposed Has- Fine Record Mrs.Ramsay,Rout 6 Box 182A.1 From TortugasMEDIUM
an interest in the game.in a hurry Wesley Scott was I
amendment, granting all home- I PINK SHRIMP. .. ..... lb. 59*
the bar to the fellows and hoping that the law
explaining
busy on
As Dishwasher 6 !
owners a $10,000 exemption from Constable days a week. 7 to
enforcement officers will find out that he is not "THE Scotty". Seems .
2:30 STEAK
taxation. Inasmuch as the people p. m. Johnnies Drive In FISH ... lb. 59*
though{ mistaken identity has caused Wesley some pain and mental! I adopted the present $5,000 homestead 5925 Norwood Avenue. Phone i
strain We with him that officers are to protect the people ,
agree PO 49183. MEDIUM MULLET' lb. 25 '
exemption amendment by a ..... *
and their property. and not to chastise them or avenge personal !
majority of more than 3 to I, I -
"wrongs", don't believe there could be any Kitchen helper and waiter. 6 daysa i FANCY FROZEN ROE MULLET lb. 29*

On that subject many people complaining that some of the reasonable doubt that they would week. 12 to 10 p. m. 4172

local officers in the school Tones are ""too.quick on the.whistle"* One vote to increase it to 10000. 9S t # Phillips Highway.Maid. SPECKLED TROUT ,,.,,.. lb. 49*
person stated that he watched an officer wave two sepia drivers fi

down and ignore a white driver doing the same thing. We would PATRONIZEFlorida 5 days a week. 10 to 7:30p. WHITE PERCH ... .......... ...... lb. 35*
not like to think that our officers take advantage of us but proof is m,. No cooking and ironing.

proof. I was in a taxi on my way to town and I saw an incident akinor Star :.;;:\ 1408 Mayfair Rd. FL 91255. WHITING .... lb. 25*

not the driver was doing 10 miles per hour let alone,fifteen. Ito AdvertisersWOBS i[ $19.00 a week. Mrs. Ralph And

tie ones mentioned happen.- I have serious doubts as to whetherwas :'\: erson. FRESH WATER CATFISH. lb. 49*

later informed by someone that the officer in question stops that : ;

fellow 'every time he passes no matter what tHe speed. We are Dishwasher. 6 days a week. $21.- GENUINE FLOUNDER lb. 39*

aware that many of the fellows go-out of their way to act the way 00 a week. Danny's Place, 6th

they think cops should act Remember fellows we are with you so PROGRAM SCHEDULE ;. and Main St. Phone EL 42598. BLACK BASS (Sea) ,, .. '" lb. 29*

don't'forget you are working for us.
for
Firing .
ABOUT TOWN Alice Slater and Mary Palmer stopped by for MONDAY FRIDAY Maid to take care of children 3 '

a couple of tall ones having fixing each ether's hair Marge .see. IlS- Capsule lip OB News Weather years, 6 months old. 5% days a SELECT OYSTERS "" pt. 98*

Burke left for FAMU to attend the annual Slat. Beauty Culture IlS -_7:00 He Grace Tet'iBMd) (Melvin week. 8:30 to 5:30 p. m. $15.00 For Stewieg .

examinations. She will serve as a model for Jones Institute students TH/-Hs Capralo News Weather and bus fare. Mrs. Edell 4220 .
743 --1:00 The Hid (Bob IInelson) STANDARD OYSTERS 85
Talk is beginning to start concerning the approaching tee S43 Capsule Newt Weather San Juan Ave. 'Phone EV pt. *
583 tae IB* Kid (Bolt Hudson) .
Gallant Ladies Annual "Fashion Fantasy". The girls are busy planRing 00 S43 Capsule News Weather'' 7-5098. AND REMEMBER FRIENDS, WE WKAP OUR

their outfits.. Again this year Mrs. Margaret Simms will t43 -U4C Jvmpla(Johnny with Shaw Johaay) ; i FUTURE m EVERY PACKAGE

journey from Nashville. Tenn. to serve as narrator. 10** ices Capsule News Weather i z Cook. Male. 6 days a week. 3 to

Gloria Dallas, former Jaxon. was called home due to the death' 103 110 Gospel( Train Grace,Number} OneMelvin I GEORGE BROWN, JR. 11 p.' m. Keith's Restaurant: THE SEAFOOD CENTER
11 4e 1143 News Weather
and Capsule 1704 San Marco Blvd. Phone
.of her father. Gloria was' stellar basketball player at Stanton a 1143 12:00 Gospel Train Number One
singer of ,considerable note in the early "Charlie Hoss" Singleton (Melvin Grace) OFFICIAL RECORD EX 8-2312. Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL 41468BobHudson
124 1205 Local News (Joyce
productions. She makes her home in New York City and is a registered Joyaer; ) George Brown has served all
12:15 12:30 Maa on Street (Shaw *: Cook Experienced for nursing
the law abiding citizens of the
nurse in one of the "Big City's" hospitals. HmdsoB)
Bill and Kate UJI 12:45 Job Hart (Joyce Joymer) Second District fairly and impartially home. 7:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. 5*
Glad tidings from the Dallas family tells us that 12:45.1HS A Woman's World (Joyce
,Dallas Davis are expecting any day now Officer and Mrs. Jeyaer) regardless race, creed, or days. $35 wk. Mrs. Myrtle Wil-
:. 111.113 Capsule News ft: Weather 2349 Oaks.
statioiTin, son,
Beamon Kendall are stocking up diapers Over Green Cove 143 2 at Gospel Train, Number 1 eHe .'
for Two (Melvin Grace) has..cooperated with all law
Jettie'and Thomas Hogan are making ready a
Springs way 24t 243 Capsule News Weather
282.311 Gospel Train, Number enforcement: agencies and courtsto Maid 4 days. $4 per day and
bundle of joy.POLITICAL Two (Melvin Grace) abate lawlessness carfare. Mrs. Myrtle Wilson
juvenile
help ,
POTPOURRI Frank Hall has organised a political 3e: 343 capsal New ft Weather
:
513.411 Jampia with Johnny delinquency..and the wide open 2349 Oaks.
dub and has made candidates for the presidential nomination believe (Johnny Shaw)
411413 Capsule,News Weather moonshine operation that existedin
he, is a "..heelJohn Pickens and Nip Ca1yerlSuns are 443 SreO Jampia with Johnny '
the west side to his tenurein
prior
E Picken's ancient car and making loud and uncollectible (Johnny Shaw) Races Far Rant AND .
erasing .
10 143 Capsule News ft Weather office. The Juvenile Court, FBI
bets on almost anything "Politicking" Kohleman has gone all S:13:11 Jupin with Johnny
records will confirm it.
.
(Joan Shaw)
out for Don Wells and has opened headquarters on Ashley Street C1/ '4S C.aal. News Weather He realizes that we cannot Two furnished bed rooms. $6.00

Instead of the customary pieces o( silver the modern boys are .43 (do The ATUBDAT CM (Soft Hue***) bring up our children in vice and each Use of kitchen Phone

'playing ala Long John Silver and offering drops of-rum. We hear 1tI:13 00, Caal sign Oa* News Weather corruption and expect to have EL 4-0815., Mrs. Jones, 1688 Sugar Sugar Sugar

that free drinks are passed out at a certain campaign headquarters. .43 -111 Boaroa's K4 (iUlrta' good citizens for tomorrow. Hiram Street ,
One*)
It4s rumored that'a smear campaign is brewing. Voters should 74e; 743 CapmOe News ft Weather Brown,-the present constable of
and and weigh everything. If you will 743 -S4C The KU (... HUsoa) Modern furnished room. Elderly
keep their eyes ears open ltt. S4* Caacal Now Weathers3 the Second District, maintains
note, most of the persons you,see working so hard for many candidates .4* -. t43 OsO The Ccpmd KM Newt(Boh Kail* Weather in) three fully equipped radio dispatched lady preferred. 1157 West '5th COMING YOUR WAY

are persons who have personal grudges against incumbents or .43 U4t Jmmpsa with JohaayJohaay cruisers and is as near as St. Phone EL 37258. Mrs.
These grudge-bearers care nothing about ( Shaw) Mary Thomas.
candidates.
other popular 24 hours day
U4e lUll Capsule Now Weather your telephone, .per
the race but seek to help their own petty,causes. Beware of them. 1443 114: Coopet"....Number Oa seven days week.
per
114* 1149: Cape(Merrta-.. Now once)* Weather He has'"shown that he has the Two rooms. Hots and cold water. 7:00 to 9:00 A.M.
1143 124 O...-Trots Number OMMervta
I Half block from Beaver St, bus
( once) experience..In addition to his law
: Rev. Miiia L Jeriu 124. 1245JL Newt') (Jeyeo enforcement experience he served' line. 724 Dewitt Street Phone

., 1205 -,12: a Man Oa Street*(Shaw AUde four years as Judge of the old EL 4-8647. 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
...)
J TO MIU1ONS' AS
: KNOWN 121 JH.b Mart (Joyce Joyaor) Ninth District His two deputies

i', 1 GOD'S MIRACLE WOMAN 1245 10 A Jeyaer Woman's) .Wend (Joyce have a-'combined t record of 38 Will take care of your children
111iffy Capsule... A WeatSter14S
: law
enforcement experi
: .' \<: Who 8tiem! All! Things 240 'Train, Number years
>. ,. y She Is, One Ooopet Two mehrta One*) for S3.OO a week. Meals and OVER
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with .
213.381 Juata JenanyJofcaay ence.SATSUMA nap included. All modem con- -

v' Feith and Prayer >4t S43 Capv&te( Chew.... )A Weather NEWS
343 40 JmiKVta with JofeaayJohaay veniences.1449 Milnor Street.Gillette.
She Aceordtag To Veer Faith ( News )- *
Says .
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Will You Pew 449 540 J* wtta JohaayJohaay By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter
God Gina ( Shaw) WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

If You Are Skk Ceaheesi Croon.., ......* Diamtlc .rlau.' s1183 setH: Janpsa Cap***.with Mow Johnny A weather Mr Joe Walker was the house
l. FiMMial, Pr.*.....,.* T...... el Any KfaJ (Johnny Shaw)
!. 440 .de Th KM (Bo* B4a) guest of his uncle Mr.'S. Wilson
Consult This Gifte4 Wem.H At Once
e:31SUNDOtt last week-end.
AND- HAVE WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFE lee Ilea Oa ONLY ALL NEGRO
.40 T40 BMTcml .*.. (MeJrta
She:Storied Me We* !. Sect .c...... One) Mrs. Suelina Brown was the PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
la Her Uriv CfcllAeol 74* 7 a* BoaTva Read UsalS40 l1qen house guest of her sister Mrs. D.
4* LattaMr
730 >
IT MATTES NOT ." IACS; COLOR Oft cum -. Sa Oral Krts Little,.of Walaka, Florida. BLUE BLADES
fOOt AS WELL AS TNt RICH teed
FOR THe SUN SHtNB ON THE 1.31lee Heaven's
>. 1040 BSihsp ,*aa.a IN HANDY DISPENSER
Specie" Prayer and Heeikig Meetings 1111U: Beavcaly! IK Gospel Mrs Shorter and family spent
.
EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTNO 11:31-1It1UII 1140 Boaroa's Beama Siaccn teed Hood the week-end in Orlando, visiting nte'HWo "l 1381 ON EVERY RADIO DIlL"Cooperation

MAR. ANSWCftfB,- COM IN KRSON1EY. 1240 -'ItI iXoaTval B4 relatives and friends.
i 140 240 Beavea K4
1tI -tat Hoars* teed (*. Derby) -
MADAM, L JORDAN 2a/ra43M- 1:31 aaOo. A. WB&aau BapOt ChaichB. : Services will be held at 3 p. m.

....... Roar Sunday, in the St. Johns Baptist
lilt *. ft* Staeet Ne.la 1 ..... to t p... ldasy to* T.e .Boa**** teed
1111 1isa till Church.





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