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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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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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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 2, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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- .
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:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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4 ( motion.by Asst..Atty..Gee ph.Odum that inquire Into whether
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'OFFICERS INSTALLED The Women's; Auxiliary'io the National Alliance ,of Postal Employees litigation has been stirred up illegally by Virgil D. Hawkins a Negro

held Us installation meeting recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Monroe 1203 W. Tenth BY ,ERIC O. SIMPSON citizen .of Dayton ,*who r wants to enter. 'the University of Florida

Street. Mr. L. C. Moman president of NAPE District No. 3, performed:the Installation ceremony.Fnmi MIAMI. A'47yearold'unemployed': ''white baker H. E.: Shaver law SchooL
.' who was,arrested while placing a cross on a Negro's lawn testifiedThursday The court wrote no opinion indenyni..the
Alma Alley Mrs. Alfred Lee.. Mrs. Wilma Irving
.row, left to right: Mrs. president?
HolDWI&Dd Mrs. Jeanette Scott. ,," WOnt ,the 1J'1orid! legislative ,committee that he heard: motion, filed by I II
Miss, Pearl se "r : -, iV and Convict SimUmlsIB '
pi a Uo -tt* y i "a-ltttle-tire aame dynamite! Odumt behalf of the State
Second row.left to rights ,Mrs.M. B. DUb!. Mrs. Ellen E. Williams uslataal' aeotn'.r Tirs.. would owjMl' i1. -; '" errafcarr business." < ... : s Board t of. Control which 1 "adm itnS-'
Nettle Mrs. Althea Griswold. Mrs; Eola Goines Mrs. Wilhelmina Skinner Mrs. Laura O. Wil
Shaver' was arrested with BBS: tell'Florida'.4uiiver5itleS$!;:; -
liam Mrs. Lucille Clark. Mrs. Julia Robinson and Mrs. L. V. Walker. SealiigTallahassee ..
Hockett and two others last Saturday committee Wednesday, but refused : Arguments the petitionwere
Back row left to right (standing): Mrs. Wesley W. Johnson Mrs. L. Evans. Mrs. Mary E. Kali in ,the cross placing act to name the source of The heard Monday with Odum "declaring -

Mrs. Margaret, Griswold Mrs. Viola Monroe chaplain: Mrs. Odell White Mrs. Thomasine Wallace. denied that he was the source.ofa Herald story because he said 'it :Row the' court should inform

secretary; Mrs. Florence M. Wells rice president Mn. Mildred. O. Pearson Mrs. Mabel L. McLendon, Miami Herald story which said would be a violation of Journal Itself ,on the ,origin and conductof

Mrs. Essie Holmon and.Mrs. Josephine K. Moinan ,treasurer. 100,boxes of, dynamite ,bad been istic ethics. TALLAHASSEE Virgil Hawkins' 8-year-old

hidden on the outskirts' Mi- Shaver also testified that attor- Rudd Municipal struggle to enter the white school.
0- Judge John last' Wednesday
ami waiting:to be touched when ney G.. E. Graves, Jr., a Negro, The assistant attorney general

New Shopping Center Suicide Attempt the word comes' from. the top told him by telephone Wednesday students convicted of violating three Tallahassee's, university said evidence uncovered by' a
integration foe. talk Legislative committee to investi
night that.if "I did not righton bus seat assignment ordinance
Made By Woman He admitted that he had talked the stand this morning 'theboyi. despite defense claims the law is gate the, National Assn. for the

with Al Neuharth; executive city *wilt get pretty rough with unconstitutional. Advancement of Colored People
At Kings Rd. And SpiresA editor of The Herald but said "1don't me." indicate litigation, was stirred up
Despondency was the cause am" unidentifiedman .Francisco Rodriguez of,Tampa, and Hawkins may have, been
I think I the He told the committee that
given for a suicide attempt by a I' attorney for the students, declared "simply lending his name for an |
The Herald quoted concern- him last
Graves had
given a gun
young woman who could not pull "It is afnere subterfuge to effort* .
organized -
new Shopping Center which comes as ,a great convenience to ing a meeting that was1 addressedby Sunday to protect himself. Shaver _
herself: together after an argument perpetuate the un-American Hawkins said he was acting'in
residents of College Gardens, CollegePark, Fteradale andDurkevillewas Hockett. said he .turned the gun in at the |
with her "boy friend" Wed practice segregation. good faith and sincerely wants to !
this week at Kings Road and,Spires Street .
opened .
The cross planting act took sheriff's office Thursday morning.
nesday' Feb. 27. Rudd remarked he found at the {
Judge study law university :
Erected Dr. Frank Woods; .
by place outside the home of Frank Graves told the committee
Catherine Phillips, 24, 2023 nothing in the evidence placed The U. S. Supreme Court hast s ,
well-known druggist and business said this week that the same policy l
LeGree Jr., a ,former Jacksonville Shaver asked for the "for self
Wilcox' Street drank Stearns Rat gun ?
before him during the 'trial to ruled Hawkins may not be barred -
man the new center is com- of courteous service while entertainer;, who recently Hockett
Poison to take her life defense against
accordingto convince him the *
ordinance was from' the law school because
posed,-of three large, modern providing customers with the best the statement to investigating moved into, a,home in,the, white others," who Shaver told him, unconstitutional of his race but the State Supreme-
stores located across the street bargains in electrical applianceswill "
area "could become violent.
officers So despondent was shethat.she pretty .
Court has not decided when he
Sentencing was deferred when
from the Kings Road DriveInTheatre prevail at the Kings Roads
The .baker said he Graves confirmed Shayef'ilftimony
made'the statement that unemployed be admitted.
'' and. provides ample- Qret..A1. acrayfi9f.grand ppening she did not want to live. attended: meeting of about 20 that he had paid him Rodriguez filedba.!motion for a may A

parking' space for shoppers.. appliance specials'which will save and ,heard "Hockett tell (45( for information on Hockett's new trial, a preliminary to an .. .., ,
establishments in wads of cash be Witnesses were her brothers, persons appeal.The,motion will be heard
One of the Jaxons can seen I
Miami '
and David Hawthorne'sDade
the three-store shoppingcenter isLilly's. on pages 4;and 5.. Freddie Phillips of '420 WilcoxSt them that segregation group on Owners at .193Q< o'clock: ."Monday.. ,Maximum Han Is ,InjuredStopping :, t
"not enough. County' Property
leaders tough
has unit and Eddie King, 2023 Wilcox are pelanty is 60, days, ,in jail
Drug Store which The third_ at the,new shop- Assn. another
he denied mentioning dyna- segregation
in St. She was taken to Duval Med- and a $500 fine.Defendants Fight i
service to houses the ;Birdseye
given fine patrons pers' 'stop mite to Neuharth. He said he and Shaver had given ii I
the area for a number of years: reed Store-formerly located at ical Center by one of her brothers lot of Information to' the in the caseare _
Operated by Dr. Charles E. Black Myrtle and Beaver.. :' and,treated by' Dr. J. T. Hocker. Neuharth testified before the FBL Joseph Spagna of St.,Petersburg, ;
Felton Williams, 25, 1750 W.
staff of courteous and effi- The store which long Sgt. G., T. Jones investigated. 25-year-old white student at Flor-
and a '" "Birdseye However, Graves denied Shaver's 22nd St was severely..injured..last ,
cient ,colored and white salespeople specialized in feed and flour has Sefcds that the NAACP ida State University, and Leonard '
Bar Fight! testimony Saturday at Ashley and Madison
Store will i been converted into regular D. Speed and Johnny Herndon,
Lilly's Drug a I Another Visit promised Shaver ,$500' to "break Streets when he was hit on the I
of friendly line! Reported students at Florida A&M Univer-
continue its policy grocery featuring a complete up" the Dade County Property head as he attempted to stop two
service on an even wider basis.Lilly's : of groceries including produceand By Robed Ku Klux Klan Two To Hospital Owners Assn. sity for Negroes. men,from fighting. t i
hew Super-Drug: Store canned products; During the Graves also accused Shaver of Filed Suits In relating the Incident- po

provides a more spacious shopping opening cerebration Friday and To White-Negro Area being an informer on the NAACPto .Herndon and Speed have filed lice,- Williams said he was tryingto t
place with a wide variety of Saturday each housewife will receive Seevola Gilmore, 33,. 755. W. the prosegregationists.However suits in federal district court chal- stop a fight between two men.
goods ranging from drugs and an item of grocery free of Ashley St. was the victim. of his constitutionality
told the
Several sources reported ibis ,"Graves com- lenging of the One of the men left and came
patent medicines to household charge. In addition, several bags .own Tcnife during a fignT which {,
week wkite-robed Klansmen paid mittee, "Everything that Shaver bus seating ordinance on chargesit back and hit him on the left side
needs. Prescriptions are filled by containing $25 worth of grocerieswill another visit to the area of 16th. !occurred at a bar at 829 WAsh- has told us so far has come off violates their constitutional of ''his head.Williams __ _' _'

competent pharmacists using only be given away. 17th. and 18th streets west of ley Street,police records show. like clockwork." rights of equal protection under was taken.to Duval

the best quality drugs A list ,of Boulevard ,where a number of Records 'show that Otis Thomas the law,., Federal Judge Dozier Medical: Center wiUvhosJefCearJ

opening specials. ,is Seen on Page white'homes are being offered for ,723 Vi 'W Church Street was DeVane< has delayed handing almost cut off a'ncf a 'cut on his

3.,; Bottle ,Is WeajMi sale to Negroes.Earlier standing at the bar at 829 W.! Domestic TroihleElds down a ruling in the. case until left cheek. .
Another-store which occupiesa Ashley St. Monday'eight f.e!.25, after the municipal court trial..Rodriguei .- Officers J. Seldon and M.
*prominent position in the new Used !i Fight in the week U' was when Seevola Gilmore came up Ne-I'i
sora investigated.
learned that potential Negro buyers later asked JudgE- :"
IWith blade
McDuff to an switch
Shopping .Center is Appliances open h Siahhiu DeVane for immediate ruling 4-
the idea of
that becomes were dropping knife: and stabbed at Thomas,
name,, Wove
By Two and requested that records of the IF YOU LIVE IN FLORADALE
buying the formerly white homes
Striking onrkfXside of,head '
known in ,hfr"
oDe of the most widely now on sale* as a result of the knodeag him to.the floor. Domestic trouble, resulted ;:a! municipal trial be incorported in your,horn Is. in danger in the
field of household appliances.
the FLORIDA' KIaa the federal case.No date has beenset event of fire. Be sure to pay yourFdreHydrant
McDuff Appliances which already Mary Helen 1.iiller: 29, of Rt 9 .STAR'S report of The,Wo men Jell to the floor Jacksonville husband.being sent:
| for his motion.
a hearing on Fee '
has. six stores in various Box 233B, Jacksonville, was the forays la the section. and were fighting!over Gilmore'sknife to Duval Medical Center after

sections :if the, city now brings victim of a bottler;lick in: the head A chuckle provoking incident when witnesses separatee being stabbed. by the female '

its branch into colored section. argument, with Mary occurred during: the Klanmen's' them:: Gilmore was cut across the member of the family. I .

and with it comes the same line dMabeling Spicer, 20, 1642 W. 2nd recent visit when a 10-year-old mouth. ''Both men were taken to Thomas Outing,.35;'102'1 Logan I J. 'i'---; Outstanding Minister; '\

of quality merchandise at unbeatable Street.: Tuesday Feb. 16. youngster ,seeing the whiterobedmen Duval :Medical 'Center by patrol St. stated that he and his wife

: prices: which has made' Police reported 'that Mary walking: along' the street wagon.- .had an, argument and when his I: VOTE BLANK .' II
McDuff Appliances famous Helen Miller started an argumen, looked up it one of :them and Thomas was treated by Dr.Joe :back was turned, she stabbed him :. .
tt said "' (ey' &t t, ; what ,ya'D and Gilmore ,was;treated ; s t .t. .
throughout Jacksonville.The with. Mary Mabeling Spicer a ; by Dr in the back with a butcher-knife. I Y 1
.. Wcmt to Cert Vote for
... :Ky
McDuff appliance Odessa St and Florida Ave,, detaTMabeling > Register.'Botivmea.were.sent. to Outing was taken Ho'Duval r.. -fU

store carries new a variety of top about"a1)07') : friend" according to jail;after'treatment. Medical :Center by 'a friend' ,:and I.. r"-.r.' ..-.,.;..or"t.'rt: ; .JIIiIn I ,I .'

name ,brand washers refrigerators Jimmy Johnson of, 1015, Odessa I Spicer'd-she struck Witnesses to the ,bar room treated by Jr. H. Joel and re- .l '- .' '
freezers, television sets radios St who witnessed the fight. Mary Miller on the foreheadDiary brawl.were Alfred Joan, 5517 leased. The wounded man stated f \ :.N...",of ;'MWd r ;-. .

electric irons, 'percolators, If was'reported; that causing laceration: ', Brooklyn Road and Frank Nero that he did not want his wife,, I f .-.... '.," I
sit :arrested Jr. 604H Davis Street jail.J' ,''' ,, = ..<- _
toasters and other items. Helen Miller struck the other Both women;were by Bernice, put in Porter Oi 1 -
iRomie1 Thomas' ,:;young*general z- W rowitha'bottle and missedThe :; investigating) officers,"J. H. Tin ,Sg s. W: (V Barber" and F. A.' Sgts. W.: C. Barber and F. A. I *, Meow .ff 0nb : II I

manager of McDuff Appliances bottle was taken by"1ru,, man andSf- Higginbotham. Gruber investigated.. Gruber investigated. I- .a--- o


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1, i|t'J ( TIM : FLORIDA' STAR P 'Politics As Usual "af T
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by The FierMa Star P..aaL c.. :
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'i, .',:',..' ., .Mii_- This is the fini in a series of eacerpi-from the tddru 'fJ .
,i 1;-. "";'. P.;0. tex 361, Jebetnrf t.' COMGfiLW by Looter B. Granger Executive fcecretary of the : };
...- 422,;troaJ Stmt, Jacksonville Hetifa 1 PM.. ILair 44f7J -7 Urban League, ai the Youth Trslning-Iacenilves +'
held in Wuhln gran- D. C. February 4, 1357.. -' ''

,i ,. Irk..O.leaite..fiolayard sa.-a ..._......_. ....... .------....-. .M... .,;; 1". ,........,''MIer....... ,.cw1 .. the) importance of Mr. Granger's message io American iI>.
c. Fathom JeJtasoH .? ---...--..-.-....----.... ..... The> Editor Is happy to lend his assistance in making il avail:;
AI,.... Richardson _-__.._.__-...-..--.... Clj&s a 11ft; young people not attending the conference who might benefit

Member of Associated Negro Press r'd : -
Granger reviewed the em
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ..: 'changes in so-called ship with industry: was the Na
One Year, 53.00 Half Year: 3.0to; Three"Meerfct, $1.!! ..- tional Urban League's "Tndustrial
} ,.. Mod>.d Te Yea, Aaywbere I I.,1M '.... **.*. '
s.HuIptJou Payable la Aavaoce. Std Clacks .r Meaer -MaeT: .: d Relations Laboratory. This was
BOX 561 I. FLSAIi \ a project involving 300 war
i plants and which gave management -
E. I the opportunity to evaluate

Ii ..oesPiII Hope h .uim', ? i their own policies. and the performance -
'still of thousands of Negro
e Urban'i'
to workers. Generally
I satisfactory
The Negro's long patience in the face of continuous violence : J _:: : performance of these workers
", may be nearing an end, Roy Wilkins, NAACP executive was reported by a majority of
secretary, told a subcommittee of the Senate Judiciary plants. In 215 of the 300 companies -

Committee last week. 4' .. ... t /1j& management reportedthat

s In this period, he said, Negro citizens have been outraged, with it their was completely satisfied Thus
j but they have been patient. They have been,patient becau performance.
and Siz&pson recognition by industry that Negroes
they felt that they were on the side of the law'and the Con ".,
ways and means of can perform semi-skilled
stitution. Against the great: temptation to despak-aad perhaps "! and skilled industrial
to the 'solution of operations.
defensive action, they placed the hopes they .
to take overt '
concerning Negro was a, prime safeguard against:,a
Chief Executive and
have always held that the Congress, the e' ; post-war slip-back into previous1discriminatory
the law enforcement officers of government would protect ,.\ .., attitudes.
their rights. t: \ said The largest percent

those rights. But 'S.. ?: _-_ .,.: .. .. ... .... ... ., .... workers has always Between 1940 and 1950 hun-
this to protect .
Thel to Congress '
1 .
'.' > found in agriculture domes dreds of Negro adults
first in this session has been dimmedas .J"' e .... ..i': t.it ,., ,'.:.')>:" .... ...0'l= ( ...: young
their encouragement .. ., : found
.. ::. .'I..J'01'; ', '... I : : personal service and: un employment new areas
-the have passed and as they have witnessed the "". ) .. .'1f. t. i- "L." l...:", "'1 .. .: .: .
days 5 1 occupations to the point for which they were qualified
i incredibly lengthy discussions of technical language which, : ;: w ffi 'OV.S these have been generally educationally-in "prestige jobs"
they are told, is necessary to Little More Pressure and He Will Make It I as "Negro Jobs." involving technical and profes-

.of.those.who have made careers sional employment on the ,basisof
their constitutional rights! not be placed in jeopardy just pattern of em
college training, as well as in
1 its
by nature, cir-
satisfy a ,whim or desire. As the skilled 'crafts and in' semi-
tThe procedures and as can keep out of the Negro youth to a
you skilled
designed to correct have been in Weekly of confused or wishful range of job and career jobs.
No one, least of all an 390888'785395.SAGrrtABIUS This hiring was accelerated by
of such practices, pretends not to e Guide discouraging employment two important developments that
No one suggests, soberly and with of the arly 1930s was fur took place in the past decade: (1)

procedures are in the real sense, YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 aggravated by the growing the passage' of anti-discrimination
of laws that are now on the statute
Negroes, which
It is ,recognized that, they LOVE TRAVEL Whether you know it or reached a disproportionate books of 15 states and 40 munici-
Under that a the of the goods
a system. system quality or
as related to the general) palities; and ((2) the importantand
tions on the precinct level The ASTROLOGER services you have to offer
It at this .tune significant trend toward
registration of Negro voters, and, make friends of clients or of was -
------- merit-hiring by of
the National Urban League some our
lenged as violations of the who are ,in authority. Do not i
;! LEO: corporate .
a new approach to the,prob major enterprises.It
some of the representatives led astray by the wr ng..phil
19 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23U's
of the Negro in the labor is ironic that the very rapidity -
tion in faraway Washington as phies or personal prejudices.
time to retrench., Althoughthe
of by urging Negro with which new job
young oppor-
secure in the knowledge that they centuate your private home
strictly situation promises to be only 'to get training for,jobs in tunities have developed has
the victims at the ballot box.: and domestic,interests.x.53453..
temporary, March counsels a.con.servative with their interests abilities, been, in some ways speedier than
This is* a vicious circle. It dis- monetary and .investment and capacities, and be the rate of preparation for them.
comedy. Are our great: traditions and policy and the wisdom of to venture into new It is not unusual for Urban Lea-
in this transparent manner? Is join not creating problems that can CAPRICORN of endeavor;' although op gue industrial and vocational secretaries
Constitution to be perverted to ,alert affect your pocketbook, economicties Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 did not; exist. to report that job orders

and provincial conspiracy? Is you see romance and; the welfare of The new month focuses greatest opportunity for from local commercial and indus-
and beleaguered citizens beyond per those you love. An encouraging tion on your intellectual customarily denied, trial firms out-run the qualified
lords? Is there a United States lose development in ,the building or and,the doings'of people in with World War IL During workers who can be found.

Constitution and does that your real estate fields,should interest dally environment. defense and war-industry Calls for engineers, chemists,
you for its long-range possibilities. in general should-not succumb
.t.1um..the and the .
? and under of ,
a defeatist mood when ST.'A the'pressure physicists mathematicians, ma-
Thus far our people have : 2-80-77:"-79-75-877. problems become rather shortages, an estimated chinists, technicians, electricians,
of specious talk, rebuffs, and You bolster your hopes when Negro workers shifted and the like, cannot be filled. The
some dedicated men they have VIRGO seek support'and inspiration "traditional jobs" to semi- chances are that this situation
: re- and'skilled war-industry will grow more acute rather than
in the face of extreme '
friends, work and
your your
trust in the' courts and in the .or 'Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 ambitions under the benign Great impetus to improve, in the 'years ahead.
ment. not be The key to the solution of today's widened employment was Gains in new job fields will be
fluence of sign. Satisfy
endless problems, lies in the handsof your by the action of the Federal made only when there are quali-
What they are asking oL this 3rd. others according to your sign. creative urges. itself, through its fied Negroes available. r
8 30 22 29 21 831.
men of both parties are,seeking some Your own complexes as well as and war-training. pro Therefore this is the "time
safeguard of the constitutional that the machinations of unknown AQUARIUSBorn and by its'anU-discrimina- when all-out activities must :be
people or groups could underlie
long denied them. But in.the face or Executive Order. conducted to close the gap be-
production breakdowns, labor Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 .
debts striking example,of this vol tween training and job place-
of these provocations, even this difficulties, poor' service an'other d As long as you live up to '.
effort in
problems which occur. highest ideals and do not feed agency partner ment.

9-10-99-13-97-191. pipelines of gossip, you can
benefit. March 4th
SERVICE 'LIBRA against raising overheads

((1'f] 21 Born Sept. 24 thru''OcL 23 trusting the wrong friends. '

CALLS This month you. will be pre- when you pursue your
FAST RADIO 34237'A place occupied with service, employment business or official activities,. IYC JU VSIIIon
have the inspiring support.
and health matters just at
CALL EL be in a time when conditions, climatic revenues gained at these INS! Kill SVVMS
GUARANTEED ask for and otherwise, :are none too fav- should be held in reserve for

of those orable. Be particularly open- possible future exigencies if ., very ,liberal "CURRENT RATE Each account Is
situa- minded. You.should find things choice lies in your hands. are com I insured up to
courts more 'to your liking moneywiseand 2'ZOb6932213.PISCES: .. $10,000 by the ,
neigh in the relations'you enjoy \88.all_ In Semi3 1jo. 0 Federal Saving ;
Preef Rifz and Lean Insurance
rar. with close colleagues under the &. ;
inspiring influence. Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 Corporation

NOW Charlten PLAYING' Hesroa--2 7-50-66-4S-65-566. The'Self-preservation steps you take is to ins1 ..S. ,Gevcnuntat.by the _OF_ DIVIDEND authorized act ef Congress.by an

"THREE 22, t
SCORPIO your physical as well as
-'and Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 24 attributes would be well
long- There is"a silver lining. The; Overseas travel, mi iiiv iiiiirAii
..f TUESDAY! WEDNESDAY '' new,moon.I on March 1st cautions courses and spiritual
.'., "GIRLS ON that against financial ventures' or romantic ment should be considered i* n i. .unif n.msMiri.ilintr
end'USE on a adventures if you want to part of your future I
'. cases protect your ;caSh and precious But, if you choose purely'the
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seen here-with officers of the Junior Missionary Society who held a silver tea last Sunday al the A Up of the PpH Cap U
church. these outstanding ye o at
Ii{ Left to right: Mrs. Eva Bryant,. assistant financial secretary Mrs. Maggie Sloan assistant recording Americans, who nuke emrcountry
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secretary: Mrs. Cola McCoy treasurer: Mrs Minnie Wealhersbee, corresponding secretary; Mrs. I' a better pUce la which to ttre.
Ada Reeves financial secretary: Rev. K. D. Britt; Mrs. Mary E. Coffee, second rice president: Mrs. .
f Roberta A. Hall, vice president: and Mrs. Alberta J. Williams, president
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CONCERT SET HERE "Pink Tea" Scheduled 1 New Officers Elected *
MRS. BEATRICE JONES HOSTESS Mrs. Beatrice Jones 1818 Mars Street was hostess to a *
I'' lFOIt I-CC CHOIR For Sunday, March 10 By "Jo Club recent meeting of,the "Ladies' of Leisure" Social and Saving Club when new officers were installed. '
'y Twenty" Members of the club are seen here with M. K. Williams. who performed the ceremony. *

The Bethune-Cookman College Mr. and Mrs. Van_ Driggers, Seated, left lo right: Mrs. Marie Smalher'treasurer; Mrs. Sarah Graham secretary: and Mrs. .
1504 Mitchell Street, will be hoststo Members of the Jolly Twepty Mattie King, president.
Choir will appear at Isaiah Blocker a "Pink Tea" scheduled to be Social Club met recently in the Standing.left to right: Mrs. Bertha Ayers Mrs. Florin Wilcox M. K. Williams, Mrs. Annie B. I

1 ,, Junior High School Monday held .in their: home March 10, home of Mrs. Cora Brooker and Cummings and.Mrs. Vera M. Picketl. 1, *

night, March 4, as special guests 1957, from 4:00.to 6:00: p. m. elected officers for the current y ..

at the Mary McLeod Bethune!' The tea is being presented, fiscal year.Election. Church Board. To Give Ultra-Modern Club Sccillll'SpelkiH9 .1 ;
Circle No. 1's Thirteenth Anniversary the interest of District No. 2 of St. results are as follows:
i observance. The group Matthew Baptist Church. Walter Sanders, president; Johnnie Musical Tea At Church Plans Twelfth Annual *
will be heard in concert. Mrs. B. Jenkins is cosponsorof Madison, vice president; f "
the tea and Mrs. E. Wright is Anniversary Event *
I Roosevelt King, Mrs.
Members of the choir froJacksonville' secretary; I A musical tea will be presented l
president of District No. 2. ANGIE LOUISE
Emma Mae Mack, financial
include Misses Pad- sec- MRS. SYBIL *
March 10, by Stewardess BUTLER GARDNER
Rev. H. Norris is pastor of St. retary Mrs. Sanders treas- I Members of the Ultra-Modem New Stanton Senior '
rica ; Mary ,
d Mendez, Henrietta Dawson, 'Board 2 of Central CME Church.A HOSTESS TO DELTAS High School
i. ,and Ruth Sims Matthew Baptist. urer; Mrs. Edith Foston, chaplain Saving and Sewing Circle have *,
all of whom are ; ,program has been arrangedwith Members of Alpha Iota Sigma Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.
selected the A. L. ,Lewis Branch and Pepsi-Cola dealers
: I majoring in music. Mrs. Dorothy Brown critic; Mrs. the Rev. A.t J,.. Black mak- Chapter of Delia Sigma Theta So- are happy this week to *
Miss Mendez is the daughter of Estelle Dawson; and Miss Sims isththgranddaughter Mary Cooper, 'sick committee; ing the address. -- club's YWCA Twelfth as the Anniversary setting for Celebration the rority were .entertained Friday salute, a Angle member Louise of the Gardner senior *
j Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Mendez; Miss of Mrs. Julia Henrietta King, co-workers and The tea will be given at the scheduled to be held night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. student.class She and Is a an member honor *
Dawson is the daughter of Mrs. Bryant. Mrs. Verdell Thomas, reporter. church. March 7.Activities. Rheuben L. Butler 1498 West of the Stanto-Musl-Cho.
Eleventh Street. Vice president of the Dramatics *
Club and a mem-
will begin at 8:00p. Plans were discussed for the ber of the Oliva H. Bald-
and will be climaxed win Y-Teen Club. *
m. by an seventh. annual Jabberwock
NADINOLA DELUXEBleach address by Miss Arie Crispin. scheduled to be held April 29. ** -* *
Other participants on the program *

CREAM Re9.i.ooM... SOc ,include Mrs. Ira Hemby, FEDERATED GARDEN *
Mrs. Lettie Stephens: Mrs. Theo CIRCLES SPONSOR LECTUREMrs. Y

: PLUS TAX ,. Oree, Mrs. Birtie, Singleton, Mrs. J.. 1... Price, a certified instructor *
Lillian Baisden, Mrs. Arzada in flower show practices. f ti
GLOVER'S Floyd, Aerial P. Floyd, Miss will lecture on "Flower Show *

i Leila L Floyd, Mrs. Sarah Glenn. Practices and Staging" on Tues- *

Mange Medicine :Reg. :asp SALE 59c Master Wash Hardman, Jr., Ar- day, March 5, from 7 to 9 p. m.,
thur Lee, Singleton, Mrs. Collins, in the Branch YWCA, 582 W. 8th *
1 Mrs. Laura Williams, John Gripper Street. ,*
Gloria Crumbier; Mrs. MO- r .. -
: zella Meacham, Mrs. Annie Mae *
McIntosh and Mrs. ,L. M. Harris.
The president announced that GOLFER If-
friends and clubs of the
city are
Mrs. Julia Rowell of St. Louis, ...-
r ?! WITH EACH invited to attend and a prize will Mo., second flight first place win- LEWIS BAXTER
be awarded to the club,with the Matthew W. Gilbert *
ner in the women's division of the
largest attendance. high School
Gate City Open Golf Tournamentwas
Kodak Order of SOc More properly tagged the "Best Lewis Is a member of the
5ERV'' : or Dressed Female Golfer." student.senior class His and community an honor
ZuQ activities Include
Council mem-
Group Tournament prizes were awarded bership In St. John Baptist
last Sunday evening at "the Church and member-
in Scout
ship Boy Troop
Lincoln Golf and Country Club. No. 73 where he holds
'i WIDE ASSORTMENT Holds Election rank of explorer.

;EAR 'RINGS: : The Interdenominational Evangelistic KELVENETTESThe "
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1 Council met in the homeof Kelreneiies were enter-
Mrs. Alta S. Washington for tained last Saturday evening in *
the regular meeting and the election the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
'R.g. $1.00 SPECIAL 49CPLUS *of officers. Madry. 1437 W. Eleventh St. S 4. *
Officers elected were the Rev. The group enjoyed a wonder
TAX L-- = Mrs Inez B. Johnson, president; ful bridge session which was cli- .
the Rev. Mrs. E. L. Harper, vice maxed by a delicious luncheon. r
president; the Rev;; Ella R. Wil- One guest was present. *
.THERMOS BOTTLE lt R.y. 1.79 SPECIAL $ .29 liams, second vice president; the .5.55 *

Rev: Mrs. Amanda.Anderson, sec COSAMIS ENTERTAINED AT *
retary; Mrs. Viola Vickers, assist- COUNTRY CLUB

ant secretary.Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Washington :was

: ii. LADIES' .. Pair Julia Harris.., corresponding hostess to' a meeting of the Cos- *
secretary; the Rev. Mrs. Vi- ami Bridge Club held last Tues- *
: vian Williams, financial secre- day evening at the Lincoln Golf
Z' tary; Mrs. Alta Washington, and Country Club..
NYLON HOSE 51 Cuafe 79c treasurer; Mrs. Nannie Wallace, Mrs. Fay Hair Helm and Miss James Junior Weldon lllth School Johnson *

chaplain; Mrs. Jessie Scott, assist- Barbara Robinson were quests, *
Miriam is an honor student -
ant chaplain; Mrs. Bessie'Robin- with the former winning the and a member of the
," son, reporter.The guest prize. 9-10 class. She is vice. *
president of her homeroom
.' ;: .. ..EVENING IN PARIS group scheduled the next band,and a member student council.of the *
meeting to be_held in the home of MRS SARAH STEWART She Is affiliated with the
Mrs. Mazie Johnson, 803 W. UnionSt. PLAYS LEADING ,ROLE Bethel AME Church. *
: STICK DEODORANT Reg. 75c 2 '*... 1.00 at Madison. Mrs. Sarah Scott Stewart will '*

The installation ceremonies will play the leading role in The Silver -
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be held later.Baptist Cord. a serious ihree-ad

.,' :, 1 PLY comedy thai will be presented by .e -
the AKA's March 25,, at New Congratulations from Pepsi
J: : TOILET TISSUE Facial Oialily roll :J.k Brotherhood Stanton High School. Cola Award to winners these !three Merit

Other characters in the playare *
':. Schedules MeetingThe : Miss Estelle' Williams Mrs. Jt Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

:I ; ,PAPEB DJIIIIS SO Cow. box'lk \ : Virginia Long Rudolph McKU TEEN salutations TIME...WRHC Pepsi 1400 Cote)
Baptist Ministers Brother- sick. and Wilbur Gibson. oa your dial, Starchy
.. hood of Duval and adjacent coun- The play is directed by Mrs. 10:45 to 11 45 A.M.

,:1 WAX .PAPER125 Feet Special11 : ties 11 will a. mat meet Monday Bethel, March Baptist 4, Amy S. Currie.S r r r -*

Church. The Sunday School lesson -
J 'FACIAL T5SE211': Sale 15ci and the order of the day will EVENTS '.
be by appointment.Rev. Mrs. L. N.Argrett will be host-

i .H. H. Robinson, presidentof ess to the Zeta Amicaes Saturday *
I t H 'REG. $ the group, is away attendingthe night, March 2, beginning at 8 *

j ; 11Z11LE11l-, ;1lC >LUIQJI }LIT Sale $$1.9iLILLY Baptist Board Convention Meeting of the of Americain National o'clock.Miss Arey A. Chrispin, Basileusof *

Houston, Texas., Rev. G. W. the local chapter of the Zeta
.- Miller is reporter. Phi Beta Sorority, will performthe
installation ceremony for
; newly elected officers of the Zeta {

: DRUG:,1 STORE F.flrlll-.IItt.s Amicaes during the.evening. The Pepsi c.a.o..len !. ,
installation rites will be followedby
The Pallbearers Grand Union a social hour.

I Lodge will meet Wednesday, Mar. a < <
L t. 19O7GSOAAtSP1RES. ; 6.. 8 p.'In. at '1082 Davis St. All ,PATRONIZEAhltvfrti --. J ,,::J,

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Scheiifc '. St. AMI Church 7AiJ 'IiIeelt'J getyitu* l1teJJllge
: : ; Ushr Bears_ !: Of Pater's
f f !r hi n"rfrm r _4c4MM0 v aMMHfl.'.W*dfc4. ft..3Xi. .ina."liliiil la* iMIPIiiUlr IMT*n'f< 1_ '_ WnlTrrTVlff .' ....o<<"'.:-. ....",.

: 'Dediciiioi Biles .The Bible Doctrines OF Thn Apostolic Faith'BY

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: Luke AME Church, St.
Augustine, will hold' dedication
_' services March 17r at 3:00 p. In., "Repent ye, therefore and be concerted that your sins may be
I't conducted by Bishop D. Ward 4WO i blotted out when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence
,. Nichols, Presiding Prelate of the 1 1 :+i k of the Lord.- Acts 3:19 '
i Eleventh Episcopal District.
We preach Christ-His birth; His baptism; His works; His teach-
>; The original structure along 1 ings; His crucifixion;.His resurrection: His ascension; His Second
;r with its contents, was completely : :
Coming; millennial-reign; His white-throned Judgment; and, the
fire in November,
destroyed by : new Heaven and the new earth, when He shall have put all enemies
One month later, the Rev.
under His feet and shall reign eternally and we shall abide Vith
M '. Charles E. Toston was appointed -
Him forever and
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E ence, presided over by .the late wz, we repent today, we can abide( with Him when He shall come
Bishop John A. Gregg to serve r again. -
::"-as pastor of St. Luke.t .
t Repentence is a godly sorrow for sin, with a renunciation of sin. '1
: arriving in St. Augustine,
Upon After repentance, we'shall come to justification and regeneration.
Toston found the congrega- Lx"x _
Justification is the act of God's Grace, whereby we receive remissionof
in the auditor-
tion worshipping

ium of one of the public schools, .,___-S...G"o..d'y:.'y'....::'.r',o4F.F_:.'.,.vr 'V"'" i'Z G......._... ...__,+..._._. ..'. oxB dAtd-.h,r' N_' -_+X. auN-.....--......-. ". :...... _'... ... eWS .....S'SfV**;""...;<_<.4V.. .-- ..w..w: <. .. ':Y"? sins and stand in the presence of God as if we had never sinned.
and] he discovered that no funds "Now, when they heard this, they were pricked in their heart,
{ INSTALLED Usher of SL Peters AME Church,are seen at a recent installation service held for new officers.
were available for the reconstruction and said unto Peter and to the rest of the apostles, 'Men and brethren
Walker, second rice president Mack.Jackson,, and Monroe Patterson first rice
other than Sealed left to right Epps ; '
I -of the church what shall we do? Then Peter said unto them, 'Repent, and he
Deacon A. F. Sharp. Mrs. Addie Bronson Mrs. Annie Pearl Russeau Mrs. Lillie Mae Littles. Mrs. Naomi
insurance. First row left to right "
$1)000) collected from baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ. Acts 23738.
t I Rev. Toston called upon loyal Pinckney,Mri. Dora B.Washington secretary Mrs. Madeline Judge, Mrs. Sallie Richardson, Mrs. Jessie Bell Nesbit Mrs. Lena Mae
members: and friends of the Barnett Mrs. Minnie Lee McCarthy Mrs. Bertha L. Wilson Mrs. Estell Battle.Mrs.Bertha Franklin and John H.Johnson. Let us think of the spiritual truth that has been revealed to us
church and a program for the Second row, left to rights Mrs. Catherine Wellington, Mrs. Sylvia Bryant Mrs. Mae Lizzie Salter, Mrs. Lizzie,Mae Monroe Mrs.Gladys through many saints who had a special work to do, although the
"reconstruction of St. Luke wasH r Dickey Mrs. Ella Ashion,,J. L. Rickerson Mrs. Annie Oats, and'Mrs. M. B. Grtsseti. Lord never forces anyone to do His task as a special commission.We .


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James, Weldon Johnson Jr. High Along with state and local leaders speaker for the "Junior Women's
School will present a sparkling CW'k .r several top leaders throughout President's Night" program will .
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: Putnam County News f Third Grad.rc i.iiitaitaiii Parent-Teacher. r Ass.dufi.n.vA6 @ Chorus To Sing

'lk M Hew Beihel
BY E. J. VREEN : ;, r# \ \\ .. f\

'-" -S08. Madison Street, Palalk, Florida

J The Zion Hope Male Chorus of
Phone East 5-3625 (, s, -. .-* *.. .
Zion Hope Baptist ChUrch will

i \ THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK .S ; r- be presented at New Bethel AME

% ;;ni thou desire to be beld wise,be so wise as to hold thy. tongue." f 4: F Church Monday, March 4, at 8
: -Quarles. '; I Aa p. m.

1 ; i af This group of singers will ap
It.:' Last week Mr. Harold Osgood manager of the "Chicken Shack"was ; ____________ pear in interest of Stewardess

1.0 our morie guest. Board 2, the sponsoring board.

r This week we are happy to ex- by Mrs. Mable Lockhart, Mr. Albert The board will, be ably assistedby

tend an invitation to a young ma- Davis and Mr. Chisom.Mr. .
,. Epps Brown vice chairman of
tron who has moved into a
recently the stewards
board 2 and G. W.

her new home. Her mother lives: Henry Wiggs was called to 3 a y bSa rxn dv _lt. .,,1R'-i ', Burton chairman of activities to

.:. with her. Her husband who is in Live Oak last Sunday to attend .. ; make this program successful.

the U. S. Navy, is currently home the funeral of his sister. He was
: The members of New Bethel
on leave. They have two children, accompanied by his children who t ,, _
AME Church are striving
1 we are members of the same are currently living In New. York f: g: !' w..X. v + \j fft1 r hard to get the roof on the church very

church and she is a graduate of returned there last ,
City. They f' t: ':
; ; $ : every effort given: toward
Central Academy. 1 am sure she Tuesday.FfnamliM. : "
.. ''' :ib: this effort is just another step
knows the invitation is meant for
,her. I will present her with the PRESENT V ALE TIHE'PLAYLET Mrs. M. H. Williams. third grade teacher at the Minnie J. Hiblack Elementary School Lake forward toward accomplishingthis

passes Sunday morning in City, Florida, is seen here, with members of the class who entertained the Parent-Teacher Association on St. Valentine's Day. goal.

: church. Beach Seated left to right: Patricia Taylor Mary Timmons Ellis Dunmore Delong Jeffers Sammie McCoy*. Janet Robinson Carlette The pastor, the Rev. T. E.

Clark and Sandra Johnson. Wright is working side by side

The Putnam r County Greater NEW ZION BAPTIST CHURCH Standing left to right Mrs. Williams Frank Merricks Mary'Brown, Edwina Coleman Demara Owens. Margaret Moulirie Carol with the members to finish the

Williams. Caron Roberts Carolyn Brooks.and Mike Baker.A work on the church. Every member
Walker presidentof
Choirs Union was very 'largely Mrs. ,
luncheon was served immediately following the play. every visitor can contributeto
attended at Bethel AME Church the deaconess board of New
the cause by attending the
last Sunday Mrs. Alberta Swtn- Zion Baptist Church announced

f dell served as mistress of cere .a recent meeting of the group DarnellCookmanSlates Plans Continue For various programs.
Nisical Tea Set Grant Memorial
monies. held in the home of Mrs. Lula

1 t Staten. The board will meet Friday 'Band-O-Rama" Benefit Talent Show .!

: :"_:' Deacon Leroy Ellington' was in evening, at 8 o'clock, in the By Church Group Plans Men's St. John Women

Green Cove Springs last Sunday home of Mrs. Alberta Session. Day
The second annual "Band-O- e.Dad's Club of New Stanton
visiting Mt. Pleasant Baptist The Missionary Society of New m am
Rama" will be held .in the Dar The Pulpit Aid Board and Senior High School is continuing Set Annual DayThe
Church homecoming services. Zion will meet Sunday, ,
5:30 p. m at the church. nell=Cookman School Auditorium Choir 1 of the- New Mt. Olive plans for "The Big Broadcast," a Observance Slate

March 12, 1957."InstrumentalMusic. talent show scheduled to be
Church will -
Baptist sponsor a presented
Friends of Mr. Shellie Dixon New Zion Baptist will observe"Women's women of St. John
in Early musical ,tea Sunday, March 17, in the school auditorium Baptist
J formerly of Palatka but for several Day" March 10. The men of Grant Memorial have (designated March 17 for
; York Childhood" will be the theme of from 4:30: p. m. to 6 p. m. in the April 3, at 8:00: p. m.
resident of New
years a home of The of the affair is to SAME Church met recently to per- their annual Women's Day observance -
j City,, were glad to see him in the the program. The theme will be Deacon and Mrs. Jerry purpose to be held.A .
STARKECHURCH emphasized by performancesfrom Lang, .1316 W. 19th Street. purchase microscopes for the fect an organization to set in motion -
I city recently.
program has been plannedby
.. the Blodgett Homes Rhythm 'Mrs. Odessa Wiggins and Mrs. Science-Department of the school. 'the necessary steps for the
Mrs. Ella L. Jones
Friends of Seaman Addison are Band, consisting of five-year-old Retha Lang have planned a very Invitations have been extended observance of the annual Men's chairman
OF GOD and the
children, the pre-bands of Dar- schools and local organizations to Day activities, and in program
glad to see him in the ,city. He SETS REVIVAL I interesting program for the occa- so doingone mittee. The theme of the pro-
'will be here for about three nell-Cookman, the string orchestra sion, with many talented person- send representatives to partici- hundred'captains have been will .
gram be 'Victory-for Christ
weeks visiting relatives and Monday, March 4, marks the the dancing majorettes and alities appealing. pate in the show, selected and ten members have "
beginning of a two weeks revival the concert band. L. I. Stukes is secretary of the been assigned to each through Christian Women, fea-
friends. He is the husband of Mrs. The pastor, the Rev. H. T. Jen- captain.
services at the Church of organization. turing some of the best talented
Agnes Johnson Addison. The program ,will also feature; kins, will be present. One of the captains is Willie personalities of the city.
God in Christ, conducted by '
solos by former members of the Walker and working with him The Sfmmons-Akers
Evangelist L. Lambert He will
The Calendar Rally at Calvary band who are not participatingwith will be Mrs. Elizabeth Williams,
Singers will be in
presented a .
be assisted in his duties by'ElderG. Planned
Baptist Church will terminate junior high school bands. Members Of St. Paul Program Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hickson, recital March 3 in the church.
March 10th. Au Mrs. N. P. Pauline Mrs;Minnie
Sunday ,captains The dancing majorettes, who ,

of months are urged to report one will be the' stars of the show, are Asked To Observe LentRev. By Ushers Sunday Lee Perry and son, Ollie Holmes,

} hundred dollars. Mrs. L D. Green trained ,by ,expert dance instruc- Mrs. Marie Bishop, Mrs. Marie

is general chairman of the drive. WOBS: tors. The group goes through: JT. A. Roberts, pastor of Wilder, Mrs. Hazel Rose, Mrs. HastingsYOUTH

PROGRAM SCHEDULE from eight to twenty different St..Paul AME Church, announcedthat The ushers of the First Born Rosa Summers, Mrs.: Ethel Peek

The funeral of Mr. L. A. Fergu- routines while presenting one the church will observe the Temple will sponsor a talent pro- Mrs. Lenora Smith, Mrs. GertrudeBall ASSOCIATION

'" fsohwho'"passed away a few days MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE number with each'majorette hav- Len_ten "Season, beginning March gram Sunday at 3 p. m, which Mrs. Louise G. Williams and Evangelist R. L. Lambert pres-

.ago, was largely attended at '13-:02- .':15:K News Sun On A Weather ing a special dance step to exe- 6. will be followed by a pineapplesip family, Thomas and Walter Jones, ident of the Youth Association of

.Bethel AME .Church last Sunday C$5- 7:00 HeiMren's Grace Road (Deacon cute. They'will do an original In making the announcementRev. in the annex of the church.: and Miss Lestine Gilmore. Florida, announced that a program
with Rev. J. P. Morris, officiating.The 7:007:03 News Weather dance that was created by Mrs.E. Roberts stated thus: Appearing on the program will The financial goal is $10,000 will be presented Saturday,
7:83SM Moraine Capers (Bob be Choir No. 2 of First
Hudson) R. B. Cox and Mrs. P. E. Jones, "Each member of St. Paul Born Tem- and the date for the Men's Day March 2, 8:15 p. m., at the Churchof

Peacock family was called S401:03. News ft Weather majorette coaches. Music for the Church is asked to accept one of ple; Elder J. C. Campbell, ElderA. observance vs Sunday, March 24. God in Christ. The president
1:11- :ot, Morftlnz Capers (Bob
to Monticello last Sunday to attend Hudson) dance was arranged by John H. the 1 nten Self-Denial Folders' Hill, Mrs. Ida Mae McQueen, will deliver the address.

.'..>. the funeral of their oldest 9:03-19M 1:00- 503-News Jtxmpln*Snow Weather(Johnny Bolden, band director.Mr. and sacrifice ten cents a day during -I Mrs. Rosetta Cohen, Mrs. JohnnieB. Other participants on the pro-

brother. They were accompanied Shaw) Maurice H. Barnett is prin- the forty-day period, and Jordan, Eddie Sutton, The Hill the Lord's Supper will be admin- gram include The Garrison Soul
10:09-19:03 News ft Weather
19:93-11 9 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon cipal of Darnell-Cookman. whatever is realized from the Sisters and Curtis and Willie istered with the pastor, Elder A. Stirrers, The Sons of The South,

i UOO-l1:13'New.Grace)ft Weather project will help to lift the finan- James Campbell Hill, in charge. Evening service The Gospel Four and The Chris-

11:03-12 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon cial burden of,our church. Sunday is pastoral Sunday and will begin at 6 p. m. tian Gospel Singers.

!! 12:09-12:05 Daniels Grace)ewa (Yvonne Morrison To Preach "Lent gives,us'a chance to drop

12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) some of our social engagements,

12:151:00 Noontime Tunetlme, Trial Sermon SundayAlbert to pray more often, and to re-
1:001:03 News Weather orient ourselves again towards

1:032:00 Gospel Grace)Train No. 2 (Deacon. God and His will for,our lives. At Gas Sale
Morrison, an active stew- Range
2:002:03 News ft Weather
the heart of Lent is the longingof
s 2:033:09 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon ard of Lewis Branch Memorial
Grace) the human spirit for the rest
3:003:03 News ft Weather AME Church will preach his trial
and restoration which
3:934:09 ampin'' Show (Joum7Shaw can come
sermon Sunday, March 3, at 5
) only from God."
439- 43 News ft Weather p. m.
4:035:09 Jumpln Show (Johnny .
cB Shaw,) The church is located on Tal-
News ft Weather
5:00-533 5:935:43 Jumpln Show (Johnny ledega and Spellman Roads, one I 'SAVE'q
SATURDAY. Shaw) SCHEDULE block north of, 45th Street. The Wedding : '

."00S.02 SUn On Rev. G. M. Champion is pastor.Stork .
$:*2- COS News ft Weather .# I Applications for Marriage *
as- 70 Heaven's Road 40
: *- 743 News ft Weather
73- SM Moraine Capers (Bob
r ISO1:03 News ft Weather John F. Hall 1951 Louisiana

.... S:039:00, Hudson Mornlnr) capers (Bob ? St., age 33 and Mamie B. Thomas, (Guaranteed Trade) -:". '.

940943 News ft Weather Deliveries 1951 Louisiana' St, age 27. ."
P:03.1050e.Jumin' Show (Johnny Nothing Down ,
Shaw) Charlie Bowes, Jr., 1114 Logan
1040-1943 News ft Weather
!< 19 43-11 49'Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne : St, age 16 and Marilyn Ferguson,
1140-1143_News BanleJx a Weather Born To: 623 Court E, Blodgett Homes, age 24 Mtutks to Pay., '<< ,

1143-1240 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne 14.- .

Daniels) James R. and Preston Willie T. Wilson, 1339 Mc- Highest Trade-in Allowances : 1
If Iron Deficiency Au.l. 1240-1245 Local News (Yvonne. Mary :, ,. ,
Daniels) 1850 W. 24th St., boy, Feb. 10. Conihe "St, age 24 and Dorothy '
and I
j r Has Sapped Your Strwgtfc 1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Danish) "Buy Pay at Harper's :
; 12:15--1:01)JoonUm Tnnetime Raymond and Mary Lemon, Duncan,1037 Franklin St., age 33.

t S.S.5. Tentc builds bettor 140143 News(Yvonne ft Weather Daniels) 815 Kings Road, twins, boy and Leroy Wilson, 2367 W. 1st St.., Hallite. Cookwear Set "

health strengthens weak l43249' Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne girl, Aug. 15. age 18 and Ruby Bonnett, 2584 I
tij blood. S.S.S.Tonic/made ofNature's Daniels) "
249243 News ft Weather Ernest and Evelyn White1431 W. 43rd St., age 17. FREE
1" own roots and 243349 Saturday Session (Johnny .
Shaw) i Illinois St, boy, Feb. 6. Robt. L. Brown, 2331 Thames
herbs has vital iron to baud
j,. 349343 News ft Weather Dixie Gibbs and Eleanor, 1983 St., age 18 and Donna McTier,
rich, red blood.So give your ,343449 Saturday Session (Johnny I INSTALLATION FREE
? Shaw) W. 23rd St. girl Feb. 7. 1056 W. 19th St., age 14.
whole family an_ energy lift .&:00- 443 News ft Weather !
443549 Saturday Session (Johnny I Willie L. Jordan and Lillie, Henry DeVouse, 2519 Teal St., \ -

get back your pep. Shaw) :1117 Cleveland St, girl Feb. 7. age 41 and Queen E. Mathis, Teal fi Only $3.11Weeldy
SJSJS. Tonic makes youleel 549543 News ft Weather .
5435:45 Saturday Session (Johnny Robert A. Jr., and Altai, .1483 St, age 31.Clinton ,
; good again fast. or your Shaw I
: )
SUNDAY SCHEDULE McConihe St, boy, Jan. 31. Williams, 537 DewdropSt '
back. Now in Uonil
money 49C42 SUn On Robert and Sallie Robinson, age 52, and Alice Spears, 537 .J
or tablets .. at an crag .:te- 945 News ft W.Jdfcr .
C45749 Heaven's Road (Deacon 1475 W. 27th St.., girl Feb. 8. Dewdrop St.., age 51.
counters. SAVE! Buy the I
740743 News Grace)ft Weather Freddie L. and .Emma Pinkey Chester A. Bailey, 925 W. 26th
: size!
't ergs economy 7437:39 Heaven's Road (Deacon 1489 Van :Buren St. boy, Feb. 7. St, age 19 and Bettye J. McBride,
.. ." CLARA WAR 1:>>- 1:10 LaUmore Gospel Stectrs Alvin O. and Gloria Jenkins, 1022 W. 28th St, age 17.
'I: ; '
Famous Gospel 1491:30. Healing(Live Gospel Waters Singing(Oral 902 Oak St., girl, Feb.44. Levern Mathis, 563 W. 1st St,

'J Singer, says, Roberts) Willie and Barbara King 1101 !age 21 arid Gwendolyn D. Armstrong -
S:39S49 Jax Revival Center (Rev. I
,: Eunice Riley) Steele Court, boy, Feb. 4. 1055 Jefferson St, age 18.
"If you're weary .
tr 1:00.1OASteep S C Johnson Clarence and Lizzie Wells 43 Horace Johnson 1199 W. 13th
.,- and there's fire Gospel Sinters ,
iayoor mt.M Lie Gospel Sing< ) W. 43rd St, boy, Feb. 4. St, age 29 and Geneva Holmes, I
1430-10:45 Temple of God (Rev. W. B. A
--: ilowed tfeed Herbert) Lawrence and Beatrice Byrd 1314 Cleveland St. age 24.

aaieotlwaquptiaYt dftwa ke- 19:45-1140: Heaven's Grace) ... (Deacon 1026 W. Monroe St., girl Feb. 5. I Thos. Holmes, 748' W. BeaverSt

1149-1143 News ft Weather -Vartke and Eva Daniels, 538 age 21 and Bernice Green, Gas
U 43-12.40 Heaven's Road (Deacon, < Mode! G104HARPER'S '
Grace) Nixon St. girl, Feb. 4. 748 W. Beaver St, age 23.

:. L243140 1240-1243, News Heaven's a Weather Road (Yvonne James and Christine Scott, Sr. I Elliott.Wolfe, 116 5th St. South,

Daniels) 1215 Prince. St, boy, Feb. 4. Jax Beach,'age 27 and Nola Cunningham
.' 1:181:8 News ft Weather .
1431:39 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Nathaniel and Geraldine Baker i 106 9th' St. South., Jai '

redo 139249 Mt.Daniels Ararat) Baptist Church 1629 W. llth St, boy, Feb. 6. I Beach age 27. Inc.

(&1"- Dallas Graham. ) James',and Maude Boswell, 755 i Andrew: Snead, 1477 EvergreenAve ,
Jaieo Gospel Review
249 (Uvo Gospel Singing) W.. Ashley ,St, boy, Feb. 7. i age 23 and Clara M. Clark, ,

t 349449 .God's R". Wood Holy Shrine (Mother i James and Emma Lewis, P. O. I'1540:E.: aeth St:, age 22. 2820 MAIN at 19th PHONE: EL 6-2858

{<<:eo. 549 Cln tn Christ Box 36, Fernandina, girl Feb. 7. I Bessie McGee 539 Jessie St. .;

'.". 549543 News Elder ft Charles Weather Beck I Gus and Inez Allen, 1074 Safer II age 21 and_Kattie L. Tarver, 1065 Open 'til 9:00 p.m. Every Night .

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;, Education. ,Program Opens- -,At Bethune-Cookman .

Dr. ,JoJalllilclleJia .. Winners In Third ll""GIiI.City" Open Golf 'Tournament -I

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Department of Physical : .
c rdf tr
Education of Bethune-Cookman F :
College has launched an entirelynew __
program that has been _
named "Operation B. C." mean- f. A rw : 1
ing "Operation Better Citizens." {

The idea and name were start- a'.
ed for the purpose of getting
,young boys in the streets together w q"tin"f ? 11 .VC
and to to instill within S. t..
.attempt -1_ : 1.
them, the clean and cultural side 57 T .h; _
of1 life, thereby developing prin- N.

ciples pf- better citizenship. The -Y -it- r
college was having trouble with (

little boys of the community .''''-
1 breaking into the gymnasium' to :

play,and in an effort to halt this .,

practice, "Operation B. C." was -.._
started. -- .
The Physical Education Depart- AWARDS PRESENTED Victors in the Third Annual Gate City Open Golf Second photo left to right Commissioner Dallas Thomas presents the amateur
ment, under the direction ,of Dr. Tournament:art seta as her, received awards lad Sunday evening at the Lincoln championship trophy to Thomas Brown of Tampa Florida.
f John Mitchem, decided to organ- Colt and Counter Club. Third photo Mr. Thomas congratulates Charles Sifford of Philadelphia! Pa.
ize them into competitive athletic First photo, left to right* J. E. Hutchins. sponsor of the tournament is seen on winning tint place in the.tournament and presents him with'a check for $500. ,
teams. For six weeks the teams congratulating Mrs. Julia RoweU of St. Louis. Mo. on winning first place in, the Spectators are L. T. Pierce and Frank Hampton.
have met on the Wildcat athletic second 'flight of the women's division and also for' being the best dressed'female Mrs. Mildred Redding first. place winner in the first flight of the women's
field to play touch football which golfer Mrs. Gertrude L. Styles first flight runnar-upj and Mrs. Allean Harrington_ dirisioa not shown.
members of the third place winner. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.
is coached by
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football tear;. Each male Physir -

cal Education major is requiredto To Use Coach Griffin Baltimore ,
assist in coaching the boys. Negroes Signs

played The as basketball preliminary games games were be- Golf Course Ii Issues Hall ForTrackHopefuls Twelly-Ole Tai Your Old Wooden Structure

fore the last three intercollegiategames

teams were in the coached gymnasium.by Rufus The Fort Laiderdale !Players To Team V OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDINGCAN

}, Adams, one of the Wildcat's foot- _
ball stars from St. Petersburg; FORT LAUDERDALE A TALLAHASSEE Coach Pete BALTIMORE'-' The Baltimore

Willie Speed, Moses Poole, Jonathan court order was' handed down Griffin of Florida A & M Uni- Orioles have; signed twenty-one .
Williams, Sylvester McAr- Thursday,, :;Feb. ,21, by Federal I versity has reported that twenty- Negro players who,'will be playIng -' Into A Beautiful Brick ,Home

E thur, Jake Brown,Earl Sykes and Judge Emett Choate ordering the I five prospects have reported for with different 'teams in the .
Bruce Butler, all football players. opening of .the Fort'' Lauderdale I positions on the 1957,, track and Orioles farm system. Red Brick -:- Egg Shell White :- Buff

% Dr Mitchem stated his beliefthat municipal golf course,to Negroes: I field team.Coach One of the.mast, talked of players '
6 "If the youngsters are to be Julien E. Ross; city attorney, Griffin also announced in .the group ,is'Fred Valen- Here Is Actual Proof 'Before Bricking

saved from moral destruction and was advised of: the action which that the, team. will participate ''in tine, young infielder who was a
their minds elevated to higher came after aJJlonl! drawn out the meets this season.'The A&M member, ,the:Tennessee State Aand f7\
and nobler ideals, it is the dutyof litigation started by the North- '
I trackmen will open the.season In I'University baseball team
every interested individual to west Golfers,Association, of Fort i Tallahassee the seventh.annual was signed,to:a""contract'last sea- ji : I _
lend assistance to this type pro Lauderdale *'.The.order was issued i Florida. & .M Relays Saturday son. Advanced ;reports on the r

gram." in Miami by Judge. Choate. March 23. young:star: rates him as,a poten- : ,. .
From all evidence "Operation Negroes ,,must be, admitted, to The :fsoheduie Ji'i as follows*' tial Willie,Mays or a Hank Aaron. ; vy4 3 7 r
B. C." is serving its purpose well the Fort Lat&efdale Golf and March 23-Florida A;&M Relays; Valentine is one of seven Negro
ay :
and. will become a very definite Country Club and have full rightsto April 6-South Carolina State members on 'the roster of the
part of the Bethune-Cookman use .the -cluW.ouse.' locker I&vitetional, Orangebtffg, S. C; Vancouver (B.; C.) ''team of' the
College athletic program. rooms, bar aad.other facilities, to April 13-Alabama State Relays, Pacific Coast/The other'members
comply with' Judge Choate's rul- Montgomery; May 4-:TuskegeeRelays are Willie:Tasby, Jr.;; Charles W.
JUAN' .IZARR >, 'the :pitching ,. Tuskegee; :May 11-.* Drummond, Leonard C. ''Green, V.
star with Jacksonville.Braves last Southern; Intercollegiate ,Athletic Roosevelt Evans Jr., David Rob ft
1 season will report to spring training ing.EallkrsIelsase Conference meet, Atlanta.SIiIDismssed. erts and Bill Springfield:

,with the .Milwaukee Braves, ( Those, assigned to the Texas
Pizarro completed the 1956 season League affiliate, San Antonio, are
in the South Atlantic League with fa -GQte 'SlaleI Art Kay, Kelly Searcy and Marvin
alabulouSTecord, along with being Price:
selected as the Most Valuable I Assigned' to Knoxville of the The Scone Home After Bricking
Player in the..leagu He won 23 TALLAHASSEE -, Florida A Federal South Atlantic League are Elliott
By MgeAgaiisl
6 strikeouts ,305.WatcbrThis and.University has released its
Barnes losing ; Coleman. Wayne Coleman and
nine game schedule for the Rattlers Peaster Mumphord. 'I! Ir;
for the 1957 football season, -
Robinsoi Starting the season with Phoenix
which will end with the Orange ,
; down Ariz. are Charles Hinton,
Blossom Classic Miami on Saturday -
Raymond K.:Robinson and Bob
1 .M, Dec. 7.. MILWAUKEE- Federal Judge Steele.. .
-63=22-99 Sept. 28-North. Carolina COllege Robert Tehan dismissed' a,$40,000 Charles Howard. William B.
7.'.1S43I N'; ;:,Oct 12-Fort :Valley, ,there; suit against Jackie"Robinson and I Leach and Bob Palmore'will start! 7'
Oct. 19 Morris Brown;Oct. 26- the Milwaukee Braves after being'
S. D.
... with Aberdeen,
Bethune-Cookman' in Jackson informed of settlement out of
a Two'more are on 'the ,roster of ;;
ville; Nov. Benedict, there; court between the principals.The .
.r 1" Paris, Texas_ of the Big StaLe
Nov. 9-North Carolina A & T, suit was filed by Peter gue. They are Don Luke and ;
1 there;'Nov. 16-Allen, there;Nov. Wolinski and his wife, Florence, Horace Davis.
23-Southern;' Dec. 7-Orange against Jackie Robinson, charging

21 55-74, Blossom Classic in Miami, opponent him with striking them in* the f Vy ..
Jo be named.GARNCTT : head with a bat that was thrown +
951=64-110 into the stands during a' game Cage Title WallBfFla.AIM &

b (Sugar) HART, appears -I between the Dodgers and the L, 'rr
s..t"" s IN's -, lathe Milwaukee :. f
a* the brightest prospect Braves at County
bee de .
S He eetiaas..... ....tnICtI prize fight game at present. Stadium June 2, 19M. c y 1
He warts it all ere.atMARCH The: young welterweight has been Mrs.Wolinski was seeking $25- Time
knocking out opponent after op 000 and,her husband $15,000. An Filik
FOR 9th pone!. He was nicknamed out-of-court agreement- settled
"Sugar" because ,of his close resemblance the entire matter. Attorneys for TUSKEGEE-:Florida A& M
85-37-14 of Sugar Ray Robinson both sides refused to name the Rattlers basketeers defeated Mor- BRICKING ELIMINATES COST OP UPKEEP INSULATES YOUR HOME
facially and in fighting aty e. amount or the settlement. ris Brown in Tuskegee Friday
Warmer In Winter Cooler In Summer '
I night Feb. 22 by the score of -:-

and 103-81 to' win their fifth straight COSTS LESS THAN PAINTING
Mklnfce+ Saturday
LEARN TO DRIVE Southern Athletic
ROOSEVELT Intercollegiate
,Sun. thru Wed ... March 24 7%. QrtekMt tto bilwtW Conference basketball champIon-

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SCHOO'L'CALL to be in any danger. Leo Morgan V .
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e George Ftrptna Roy Young, scored 15 points

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1 enjoyed' themselves but there MOSE,JONES PAID ;The-funeral will be held Saturday Roberts will officiate..Mrs. Horton -
ffi. Ararit Sets '
Off' The: BlocksBY : > were no fisticuffs.! : ," FINAL TRIBUTE March}2, at 2 p. m. in St. : was* a native of harleston_ I
: The next Hollywood presenialioa 'Members of Independent Benevolent Paul AME Church. Rev. J. A. .S. C.
,U'scheduled for March 15 at Siiiay SanrictsMts Society No. 3 assembledat
the Armory and will feature the' Geter and Baker's Funeral PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"
music of Little Willie John the Home Thursday afternoon and
When one sp *ks of whitewash, we Iramedialtlr think of the ADVERTISERS
T."erman." Following Willie ;Ararat Baptist Church will paid.final respects to Mose.Jones, .
fence, the, chicken house wound
material we ud on Ike back or '
John on the next Monday night is hold its ;Holy ,Communion services deceased member of the order.
}ihe.irunks. '. of tree ia cur yards, ago..Mmr of us Ihiak of ,that sultry, songstress Etta James, and Sunday; at.,3; P!_.m. with the Mr.,Jones'was native of Starke. THE SEAFOOD
the immortal Tom Yet CENTERCorner
memorablewh1lewaHW',1 eu in Sawyer. -
Buddy Griffin. pastor, the Rev. Dallas J. Graham Florida
none of these erenis can ceaapara with the Job which ir being. done
; The big news on the Blocks this preaching the Sacremental sermon ,.
In Dural County at &.preienl time. t Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe
week;: concerns Thaddeus "Big administering.. the Lord'sSupper MRS. GUSSIE HORTON .
Several weeks all of us HIS FAITHfUL TRADE TO MAKE EVERY .
ago iJ; Brownie"'.Anderson. Seems as tho : ..- ,, : p? Members of Lily White Lodge DAY A J 98P.RIDAY'FRED IS IGNORING INCREASED OPERATING
were alarmed. when a. Negro influence the movie operators the song "Next'Time You'See Me "Sunday School "will begin at No. 125 and'the A.*M. Trader .COfT'ANO HOLDING HIS PRICES AT AN ATTRACTIVE LOW
# hearse driver was shot in 'the when they think of bringing first Baby, There'll Be Some Changes 9:30: a ", m. The departmental Court No 156 'met' in separate LCVEU FOR EXAMPLE A FULL 2V4 IB. PKG.
head for no apparent reason. We run releases to the Negro market. superintendents will assist the BARNACLE BILL BREADED FISH STICKS
Made" has special meaning to sessions during the week to pre- pkg. 75c
breathed with ease when wesaw, .The.prices will:3* slightly higher! him: 'Talking -about selling, 'a general superintendent, J: L. pare for 'the: funeral service of COOKED CRABS... ..... ...:.eml0c

that in two connection white men with had the shoot-givenup built:Those will of-be you worth who received every penny.bids I house 4 out from: under people, activities Chatman,. in the-' .Sunday School Mrs. Gussie Horton' deceased FRESH WATER CATFISH .........'.. .. .....Ib. 49c

ing. Alf have been waiting to see to join the .new Club Eldorado: well stolen"Big put..Browniehad from under )him.a bride He's The,Rev./Dallas J. Graham.will member past president of both'orders.of Lily. She White wasa ROE MULLET ..... ........".......,............lb. 29c
the outcome of this affair. The had better hurry and get those, Special I Hill .
have of the
"charge services at 11a.
story broke in the local dalies this applications in.There is still time' taking his loss good naturely and with' the Lodge and a state deputy and LARGE VA. CROAKERS .....,.'.._.._.... .....Ib. 35c
all m. assistance of other
the the importance
telling boys member of A. M. Frazier Court
week. We read where the attorneys to get in under the wire. Future: This ministers. RED FIN'' CROAKERS ..--....:1L:........... lb.25c
of tire.
having a spare of the Heroines of Jericho.
for the men had begun *, plans call for the club to be the; blow qualifies Brownie to serve The BTU will convene at 5:30 .,.. BULL..WHITING .............,....... ......Ib. 25c

r ceedings which have all of the I South's finest. The officers are i iI on the advisory board. to young p. m." President Emma Gillis is MULLET ......... ...... ...............,......Ib.25c

aspects of a whitewash job. Thereare I planning" a, grand opening soon. boys on love affairs which is making-an' appeal to the adult Palatka Funeral Borne SH.EEPSHEAD.; ........ ...........:.......::....Ib. 29c

ask numerous himself. Number questions one one among can Doll'controversial will start at the movie Strand"Baby on i headed by the old sage and .expert members Evening attend the BTU. Gets Latest CadillacThe STANDARD OYSTERS ................:-;:.: ;.............. pt. 79c
on affairs Elmo "Crack"Davis. worship will begin at No Bone No Waste .1'

them give themselves is why would innocent and tell men the ,''March 10. The picture gained national -. .- 6:30 p. xri. with the deacons lead- EL- W. Lawson and 'Son's SNAPPER FILLET ..........................;, ............... Ib. 59c
up attention when several religious ing the i
law .enforcement officers,"' "We 'I' leaders took opposing ed Charlie thru last VHoss"week Singleton on his pass-way will take prayer charge at 7. The pastor Funeral Home; Palatka, has re- I FLORIDA ROE SHAD .............:}.::j...:;.............lb. 49c

hear you have been looking for views regarding the plot 'of the I, choirs I I cently added to .its rolling stocka For Broiling

us." The entire thing stinks to play. In many localities politicians loquacious South. The self.Reports "Hoss". was his usual Jhe. each service will.with render Mrs. musicat. Hazel beautiful Miller-Meteor 1957 SPANISH MACKEREL ... ...-.... .. lb. 35c

high heaven. have claimed that the author are coming back. to Gross, Mrs 'Marilyn Chavers and Duplex Cadillac ambulance, with KING MACKEREL STEAK lb. 49c

The long awaited movie "The of the story Tennessee Williams -: town .that New Berlin is almostan Mrs. Thernel Benefield Henry Tahoe, Baltic and Orion blue. MEDIUM LARGE SHRIMP ., ,.lb. 89c

Ten Commandments" play at painted a false picture of: open frontier. Folk are talking will be at the instruments. According to the dealer's state- -
. the Ritz, Theatre on March 20th. the Southern situation. I about the recent "iron show in \ ment, the Lawson firm is the THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle
This presentation is 'In keeping Bob Hart is now the local representative first in the State to own this
the mthar neck o' the woods.
with the policy of .the 'Ritz. management of Flokane Syrup i Shore Patrolmen on the Blocksare Fraternal ,NotesPALLBEARERS model. ,- Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468

in bringing firstt-run manufactured by the ,Florida I I Advertisement ,
toting big forty-fives on their '. I -'".
flicks to the colored morie-going Farmers Cooperative Association,I sides these days. Other than some GRAND .

public before they "go stale." The an all-Negro agricultural, organi- rough port towns such as Norfolk UNION STORES SERVE YOU -
Bible spectacle is playing at the zation headed by A. A. Turner. this is one of the few times we The Grand .President of the TO

present time for the third week Buddy Johnson came and took have seen S. P.'s with side arms Tampa Grand Union of Pallbearers -

before packed houses at the FlorIda the town by storm. He had them on. The boys in blue must be sort spoke to the group Wednes-

Theatre downtown. The attendance hanging from the rafters' at the of hep up over the placing off day night in the American Legion 2020 917CHASEVILLE

of the Negro public to Duval Armory Wednesday night. limits of so many places. Folk upAshley Hall, 1530 Davis Street. SAN MARCO RD.

this movie will to a large extent Everyone Jet their hair down and Street way.are waiting to Plans were discussed during Sbuthside' '. Arlington
the meeting for the Grand : r .
see how long some of ,the places Lodge '
Visit the O.P.C. Room. who made their living off of session scheduled to be held in '- -- .
sailors'and young girls who were
The.-Rev. Mr. W. R. Robinsonof FORMERLY 217 HOGAN, .
And Let Mary Wynn Give You, chasing servicemen will last. '
Places which built.solid businesses Tampa" is president of the ,.
A Sample' of O.F.C. '
Hospitality '
,on service and quality of goods group. Featuring the Finest In Children's ,
HARLEM CLUB have nothing to about and .
worry -
,and Infants' Ready To WearIs ,. :
don't seem seem alarmed at the RSMI* Fir Rent .
/ul3. sings Avenue Phone FL 9-1458 Now Showing the Largest

ban.A New Shopping Center serving Upsiairs.. Four room Apt. Adults Selection of Easter Garments ,,. ..
.a predominately.color e d only. Reasonable. 1551 W. 33rd '. -.t.
.: -:- HOMES AT A BARGAIN -:- neighborhood is opening up over St. Phone EL 50835. In Jacksonville
1716 CALHOUN STREET Lovely I four bedroom, two-story home' on
Calhoun Street near Brewster Hospital. SHOWN BY APPOINT the week.end. The Kings Road Modern Furnished Room. Single .
I MENT. $11,000.00. and Spires Street Shopping Cen- GIRL'SBOY'S" ,
628 WEST 17th STREET Three bedroom home. Extra lot. PRICE man preferred. 210 Madison St.
ter is having its grand opening r EASTER .
$10,500.00. Near bus line. Phone EL 38441. d
1845-1851 WEST 24th STREET -, Twostory'Duplex 'PRICE RIGHT celebration. Included in the Center -'
'.. 1100000. are a McDuff Hardware Modern :Furnished Room. All DRESSES f >
1723 WEST 24th STREET lovely two bedroom house, PRICE branch and the all new Lilly's conrenlences. Use of tiring IW "
: 1036 WEST 24th STREET Lovely l Masonry Home, two bedrooms, Drug Store. Both places have room. 1664 W. 19th corner f
scads of values advertised in this Pearce St. 1 block Organdies
modern conveniences. PRICE $7,450.00. SHOWN BY APPOINT- from bus.
MENT. issue of the STAR. $ 5 9 8 Cottons
CORNER OF 2nd'' AND FAIRFAX ST. Lovely two bedroom home TO' .
Page fence, burglar bars, all modem convenience PRICE DOTS AND DASHES FROM Greetings from the lONE STAR '.
$6,450.00, SHOWN BY 'APPOINTMENT. I THE DANCE Folk were here BARBER and BEAUTY SHOP, to $ 5 9 8 t7. K i. I
1405 Davis Street. Mn. E. Horne
Several Houses Not Mentioned in This Ad Shown' by Appointment i from far and near for the Buddy beautician
and Mr.
Vacant Lots in All Parts of the City George H.
We Specialize in Mortgage Leant Large or Small on Improved Property ,Johnson Dance. Frances Pierce Horne, manager. Craftsmen are .v $17 S B w> .r
Rental and, Property Management came over from Starke and known by their work. CL 6-9744; 270. ;'
Res. EL 34189.BARBER $
MARSHALL L/ BROWN brought a couple of her coworkers ,;./'....
703 Broad Street Office Phone EL 4-1827 Res. Phone EL 63486Licensed was busy tripping, many a light Lay-Away Now for Easter ,
step with his madam. His pal WANTEDAt
I George "Devil Chile' Washingtonand Alice's Beauty and Barber .
Shop,. 4105 Moncrief Road at '
PalmistReaderand 2027 SAN MARCO 917 CHASEVILLE RD.
his madam were a lovely 31st Street Phone EL 3-5972 Wolfr
AdvisorMADAME dovey pair .-. Lillie Sconiers was during day or EL,68548 at night. Southside Arlington
bedecked in. an outfit of red Mrs. Alice Baker, Prop.

v LAURAComes which matched her temper,
Willie Richardson had to. rush
0 .From India in from work and'take his madam

The Land of Miracles out. Even the Editor and his pal .

Knows All Sees All Ken Knight had to play host to .
their fraus The Evanses from < Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide
and FUTURE. She will help you remove evil Fernandina Beach were over.The
Influences, bad luck evil spirits, and help you with your sorrows and
troubles. Madame Laura will help you with any problem you may have. popular couple operate the "Pi
She will tell you who your friends and enemies are and will give rates Cove" and "Evan's Ocean
you a free lucky charm with each reading. She is located at 1822 Roundevous" at American Beach
Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains Courteous Treatment
W. 45th Street, off Moncrief Rd. Look for the,sign with the big red -:- I
Alfred and
Tyrone :
palm. See her now tomorrow may be too late .
Boatwright were smiling at pas- .
sersby. Virginia and Gladys Williams Trade With Firms Thai With The
Cooperate Commuily
LOCATION: 1822 W. 45th Street off ;Moncrief Rd. bo'th.from'the Deluxe made ,
quick changes and were on the -
This Ad Entitles You to a Reading at Half Price. set before the dance got in full


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: $t5 ip pits lax. iir11l Eggs Hot Cakes ... .No.2.-: JBroad at State Street
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