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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 9, 1957
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Frequency:
weekly
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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 9, 1957
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:
UF00028362:00315

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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John Rudd sentenced one white
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man and two 'Negro students to
A preliminary hearing for Jacksonville Beach Negro Patrolman .
fines
maximum and 60-day jail ( '
Johnny Melton, who was arrested Wednesday on a charge' of at
terms last Monday for sitting together1 ,
tempted rape, has been set by Justice of the Peace D. Harley Giddensfor accused iw y h; ; ,i A 4:Ae dA aF
on a bus and them
10 a. m next Tuesday.
I of trying to be "fly-by-night mar
A warrant was issued by Justice "
tyrs",at a time of"grave crisis.
of the Peace Giddens for the In addition to the jail'sentences, w.
CHIPS OFF THE BLOCK arrest ,of Melton' 'charging him' Rudd.fined the students $500.;The !L .

,: with attempted rape. penalty was'he maximum under

.' BY JAY JAY ," Melton wastal.' a.Jnto custody the ordinance adopted last Jan., '7

a'Th:oughout history -we have Wednesday'J night'after'a Warrantwas after Negroes: staried'rid1ng tnt

'' read of great invasions. In fact sworn out by a 21-year-old grated, on dty buses., t :i:4.S
our own state has been invaded Negro woman charging that Mel- The sentences were Imposed on +. S.r .

several times. Notable among ton picked her up, in his police Joseph Spagna of St. Petersburg,
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these were those of the Spanish, cruiser Feb. 19 and took her to an 25-year-old white student at.-Florida

English Indians; Mosquitoes and isolated section and attempted to State University, andLeonardD. : '
the Fruit Fry. Last week we were assault her., .Speed and' Johnny Herndon, CHARMING MATRONS-The array of charming matrons se en here is composed ol the 'wires and friends of members of the

victims of another invasion. This The records show that Meltonwas students at Florida A., & M. University Vagabond Club which held its installation festivities last Thursday night in the organisation's! clubroom..
r lime by John Kasper and his arrested by Constable Frank I 'for Negroes. ,Shown from left, sealed are: Mrs. G.-F. Cash. Mrs. Hill Mrs. E.' L. Weems. Mrs. John R.'Graham Mrs.'Theodore Jones and'Mrs. I

band of race haters. While we Brunson and placed in the Duval I'' The three: students made no R. O.Alfred. Standing are Mrs. W. D.,Sweet Mrs. W. B. Stewart Mrs. Hunter H. Satterwhite Mrs..James Genwright. Mrs. E. L. Caesar

erected road blocks and all types County jaiL He was released later 'reply to Ri dd's remarks. i Mrs. Releford McGriff Mrs. Preston Peterson Mrs. Nelson Spauldin g. NfL Frank Jones and'W..,B. Toney. (More photos on page 3)).

.. of barricades to keep the poor under 'a $1,500 bond. 'I They were' arrested Jan. 19
fruit flys' out, many of ,the popu while on a sightseeing tour of the
Melton
was immediately-I Dr. I. E. Williams To Be
lace of our'state welcomed Kas' pended by Jacksonville Beach city with three other''' .persons Speaker Agitators Get Sentences

per and Company with open Manager J..Floyd Glisson after.hewas when they 'left 'their assigned
seats and rode beside each otherin At Ambassadors' Check Presentation
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arms.We contacted at home. Glisson, ,
must commend the city of according to reports said Melton integrated fashion. I For Cross Burning Act
Miami for the stand they have would remain under suspensionuntil Speed and Herndon have attacked -
Dr. L E. Williams prominent Jacksonville physician, will deliver -
taken but we can hardly go along constitutionality of the ordinance '
the charges against him'arecleared address Sunday evening. March 10, at Laura Street Presby-
with the silence of the special .- in federal court. A hear- an I
up.Man The occasion will be the Club Ambassadors' formal
investigating committee of the ing has been held, but Federal terian Church. MIAMI A professional race agitator Fred B. Hockett. and
Legislature which is so conspicuously '. Judge Dozier DeVane has delayed presentation of its financial contribution to the Jacksonville Urban I three of his race-hate teammates,'got a verbal lashing in Miami City

quiet. a ruling until after disposal of ,League.. Court Wednesday plus a $1,000 fine and a 120-day Jail sentence ian

DAME INVASION All male i Is .Arrested the municipal court case. Dr. 'Warren W. Schell, Chair attempted' cross burning. .. SIiockett *"
Jaxons who visit the Lincoln Golf The tudents'were allowed : Funeral Rites Set For man of the Board of Directors of sent- -here by the Seaboard

L L and Country Club on Monday to remain at liberty on their the Jacksonville Urban League; White Citizens Council, the statement: ,

night March 11 will get a treat.. Ai Jax HAS Fir same bonds, pending an announced Johnnie Springleton Mr. Theodore Redding former was sentenced along with, two of "It is regrettable that the char-

Dykes Brookins of the National appeal to circuit court.. president of the Fla-Jax Club; his aides while their boss, John ter only lets me go so far.
.'- Hotel Association will bring a Mr. William Broadway, president, Kasper, waited outside.
Funeral ,services for Johnnie : "You men had complete disregard
4 bevy of glamorous models who A Murder .Ii 1S55 Springleton, Southside resident of Club Ambassadors; Dr. James ,Kasper, 'executive, secretary of for feelings of others. This

. will ,put on a show for country: Attack Is Hade and businessman, have been set H. Lewis, City-Wide Chairman ofthe the SWCC from Washington,;:was. a heinous offense
Urban League'sFinancial
; club guests. Joseph Lewis, 36, of 1411 Wilcox for Saturday March 9, 4:00 p. m. Jacksonville came to put steam in the race- "There is enough trouble in the
Drive, and Junius A.
Louis Armstrong brought his In Jerusalem Baptist Church.. The hate campaign. world now without things like
Street was arrested Wednes On CabDriver
Bowman, executive secretary of
.. mixed band- to town last week day' by station investigators at Rev. Mr.Sol Cooper will officiate.Mr. Found guilty of unlawful as- this going ,on"Goldman
the Jacksonville Urban League,
and played before a mixed audi- the Jacksonville Naval Air Station Springleton, owneroperator sembly and also on a breach of, was referring to the
., ence of the our side of the fence, and special'agents of the FBI A cab driver for the Lincoln of Springleton's Cafe on will be present and the occasion.will 'make the peace charge Hockett drew attempted cross-burning engi-
brief remarks
your side of the fence type. A and'charged,with unlawful flight' Cab Company was attacked and Kings Avenue, passed at his resi- on a 60-day Jail sentence and a $500 neered by Hockett which was to

.. good majority of the police force to,avoid prosecution for murder. badly beaten when he was robbedby dence, 2615 Kings Avenue, early The program which begins at fine on each count. have taken place Saturday night_
turned out to preserve law and two men whom he -describedas Wednesday morning following a 7:30 p. m., will also feature music the Feb. 23. :
order.Again it was that the typeof Lewis was ordered held for sailors when questioned by prolonged illness. by the Matthew W. Gilbert High Drawing L. Foster same .sentences Jr and The four were arrested as they
Frank
were ,
further action after 'a hearing
peOple'who attend affairs like policemen. He was the son of the late Mr. School Chorus. James N.'McSwiney -- attempted to plant cross doused
Wednesday.before U. S. Commis- :
the Armstrong event are Interest Joe Berry, 1202 JIart Street was and Mrs. Charlie Springleton, The Ambassadors' contributionwill with lighter fluid on the lawn of
: ed'only in the sounds and not sioner T. V. Cashen. He was found face down on the sidewalk pioneer citizens ,of Jacksonvilleand be used to assist in the con- A fourth defendant, HamptonE. Frank,LeGree, a former Jackson-
placed in jail and held under a Shaver, who turned police in', '
who makes them or hears them. close to his cab at 3 a. m. Wednesday residents ,of South Jackson- tinuation of the Urban League's ville Negro entertainer.
$5,000 bait former was fined $100 and.given
It was announced this week March 6, at llth''and Calhoun ville. He was a member of_ Jerusalem program in the areas of housing ; .
that Joe Garneti. popular sales The" alleged murder took placein I Streets. Baptist Church and a member child welfare recreation, voca- 30 days in jail oa .each charge, '
but. his sentence,.suspended.! Baptist Ministers' Set .
man:around town. has been hired Charlotte, N. CT on Aug. 3, Berry was taken to Duval Medical of South Jacksonville .Lodge tional guidance and employmentThe had

.; by Budweiser Brewing Company.Joe 1955.to Lewis death,is James charged Knox with with'beat a : Center for treatment. He 106, Most Worshipful Prince Hall! public? is invited. _. .._ were Hockett.'freed on McSwiner$1400 appeal and Foster bonds I I Meeting, For Monday. "
driver-sales ing
first Negro Robert '
Is the IAt man hired by the local distributor. blunt instrument.The police warrant George' Jr.,,and Walter ,Solomon also a 'member of Prosperity supplied by'a professional. bonds-
charges him with having i man. : r ; r The Baptist Ministers Brotherhood
We wish him much saeee that his .attackers: were two Lodge:124 of the.Knights of Py
fled that city to the town of : HubSfciiAi Their attorney, James T. Gor: of Duval and adjacent coun-
in his new affiliation especi.t1yalace' sailors. thi deceased active in
&: The was ..... '
be ties will meet Monday March
while don, said the verdicts would on
Carolina
North in South
thIS publication- and this _, __-=__.....!__ ---.L '. According to,f ry's"statement, clvfcliffalrs-and waS treasurer of appealed as'soon as possible.' 11, at 11 a. nu in Bethel Baptist
column _jcoutinuousU y: ?CMB'r" berng4eu in'e&lllteCUOfI'Knox's wren he had picked up .the men at the,Twentieth Century Club. Oi Carnal Street
...... of death. Judge Goldman punctuated the Church. Rev. J.C. Sams will pre
p&iiaed foe the employment Broad and State Streets. about 2 Survivors'include his wife Mrs. '
lesson.
signing of the'court. orders' with view the Sunday School:
Negro salespeople br beer. companies ,Since,October, 1965, Lewis had a. m. and they,.asked to>> be taken Bertha, Springleton; daughters ...., ..
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and other products. worked far a local construction to Brady Court. When he had Mrs.-"Bobnetta McCalvin, Tarpon Police records show that Na I
Around the Blocks Johnny company handling Navy con- reached 11th and Calhoun one of Springs and Mrs..Marjorie Simpson thaniel;Johnson; 38, 5560 Verbina I 1-Jackswwillf's Most Outstanding 'Minister I
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Stewart has been conspicious by tracts. The arrest was made by the sailors' said,:"Stop here." St: Augustine; step-children Street was traveling south in the .' .
his absence. Seems as tho Johnny NAS investigators Donald Blake Berry told the officers that i MJS. Lillian Farley and Allen 2400 block on North Canal Street; I VOTE MANX |

; bet all of the boys that he would and Donald Fitzgerald? together: when he 'stopped and, looked Bannister, Jr4 sister ,Mrs. Etta Sunday, March 3, when someone .. .t .: .
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place" in the recent tourney. Lo with agents of the FBI. around both racer srstck,him and S Siagtelary. city; ODe granddaughter shot at him. ** :: I *$Wont t" "T' "Ic/Ccrt"My' Yoto'fat3 -.'-' r' I

and behold but our hero finished be.&d 'not remember anything ,and other relatives. An investigation revealed that, ,

way back. afterwards: 'untilhe regained consdotmess. Huff Funeral Home is'in charge the bullet entered right rear'tof I I refayitei.*,, "...' ...".. V'.. ,.>. -; .. '',: ":. ...:N |
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For$some time J.D.Brooks'the DVZ The driver reported. of'm s of car and came: through Ifif1 '.)'' .

Schaefer tes representative has i the less of -= .. }, ,. rear window. The size,of the bullet : ,T n eI,f+kl ler .

> been known as the official,greeter -' 'j PATRONIZE' indicated' that the w aPoI1 I Il \ ..... -, I"I"I .

;:J:.. in town. J. D. now has an assistant HELPXJEWW V,._.... ". _-' Jt%.. used was apparently a .45 caliber.. 'fosterCM-' J
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in the.person'of Wesley:Scott Mrs ..p.S.iltif 1" IIv.rtiler .Patrolman Charles Scriven in. I .r ',', ..' -Hara eHe-: .

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.":'. .":,: P. a. Sex Ml,:J..MMu hMr>Wi:: 1, fIMM ,; ,:;vf: -'. Job Opportunities For Negro Youth ;

hoed 'Street, Jeckee.,11.'Pbr4d..... PfceW} RfJa 4-3773 .. *..#\,-
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This is the second in a uries ol'cxezpts from the address'r
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Eric'"p. StapsoaLottite _... J & ..'. i"'" ..... UttT red by Lester 'Granger, Executive Secretary |
GeiayardAHomoe ___"!'" ..4.... .."....__".___ '.: f NaMonal Urban League. at the Youth Training-Incenliyes,
MCiParllam:{ Johasoe ..,..:,.---:-_. ..ur t'-- -JIeH Coaference:held In Washington D. C. February 4.1957 :
"{.!.... Bicbardteea __.. ... r r. Q... -
g. y : ..'.... Feeling-importance of Mr. Granger's message io American
.: ; ii.' Member of AsIa.... Ifegro Proa .. r 'r youth,The Editor,is.happy,to lend his assistance in making It'araila -
.' SJe'io'oung people not attending the conference who might'benefit
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SUtSCBTOCN RATS ... therefrom.
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{._= Out Year, **.M; l He* 'Yew, $3.1% Tbee Me*** $1J Let us now turn our attention to some of the more significant
# M 214 To Yea JUf teH 1. ..*. tfafce.State. +... barriers,and
obstacles
," Srbscdptloas Payable IB ..Y..lf'J Sea* Aadbt,.*.M *ty Orfen Te: to the development of the full potentialjof, .
FLORIDA STAR -- P. O. MX Ml 1t 'WII.U, 1,. ......A lL: i1'ii Negro youth. .
:,;.n" ofv (1) of The which'culture a -

fJf" : Ghana s Negre youth' is -.t very constitute fact of a vocational'minority status' can <'

''IJ..:, A Salute To: a part, gives .t Many teachers: and counselors handicap.,do

..... < him very little not have a sympathetic under;
.
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ainbitton'toachieve. standing of the behavior*''and
As the Gold its historical Ghana .
Coast resuming name, There goals of minority youth who
enters the society of free nations today, the event has a particularly can be no f come from the lower socio-eco-
pertinent significance for American Negroes. This question thatthechild nomic
groups, and
significance goes far beyond the meaning to other nations f r r develops consequentlymuch
of
the ability of the=
and other peoples. The free nations of the world can and ; basic theY.counsel is undiscovered}youth misdirected
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will extend the hand of welcome to Ghana today as a new values-, as a result A wasted.. '" -1- -
member of the family of nations. Thel will recognize that of his rela- r Counselors
and teachers, in the
Ghana has' become of age politically. KKK// tions to-. his main, fail to utilize community
v his Simpson
parents,
t. But the, significance to American :Negroes is more than t resources that might be helpful '
/ school, his church and other institutions
the extension of a greeting or the hand of welcome. This is % t ANTI- P7 I I in guiding Negro youth. They do
in
his .
environment.The
because the ancient empire of Ghana was the land of the Jill 11 ] I not possess up-to-date accurate
forefathers of most American Negroes. Traced through the! CIVIL ways by which the mem I, information on occupational :
I I.'IRICHTS.1TI' r bers of his own family and,others achievements made
centuries, the majority of American-Negroes',are Ghanaians' I by members
whose cultural roots have been destroyed, a new people who I' 1' r close to him earn their living is of the racial group that they are
have lost touch with their ,original culture and civilization i J' ) ; so limited, that the Negro child I trying to serve: and lack data

and have failed of full acceptance in the new society where .. IIL._ gets a very narrow world.picture of the about new job opportunities that
occupational His attitudes
they find themselves. are constantly opening up. When
"Carrying His Message of Hate" toward work are, influenced by teachers and counselors possess
-;>, Are American Negroes an ,inferior people? Can they what he absorbs from his parents. this kind of realistic information.
meet the full challenge of modern, Western civilization? may be urging you- to make quick The work experiences of the ma- they will no longer have feelings
-T1'* : and confidential investments: or jority of Negro parents have beenunrewarding. of futility in counseling Negro
"We American Negroes look to Ghana to furnish the answers .
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to these questions. : Your Weekly arrangements that should/ bring They have become youth.
: you handsome returns. March embittered',by the sterotype thatdepicts ((3)) Despite the widening of employment -
Ghana enters the family of nations with an old culture :Horoscope Guide 13th seems promising in this respect .- them! as persons of inferior opportunities for quali-
and,civilization. She becomes, today a neighbor in the neighborhood But, on the 15th when mental ability with a passive attitude fied Negroes already alluded to,
of the world. She becomes an independent member Mars squares Pluto and the Moon toward work. Consequently, and the progress made on many
of Western Christian society. She is in a position to link the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR becomes Full the danger ofer- most Negro young people do not fronts, ,there arc still industriesfor

know-how of the past, the present and the future. BUSINESS LOVE -. TRAVEL rors and frustrations are.too potent receive any real inspiration or ( instance railroad, bus and air
to take chances., stimulation from the adults in transportation wholesale and
'.' Ghana's :contribution, as a free nation, to peace, to art, fty PABLO, The ASTROLOGER 7-40-22-29 21-731." their own families.. tail trade; finance; and business re-
to industry, to government, will be regarded by American
Dr. Eli' Ginzberg points this out services; public utilities) and occupational -
Negroes as symbols of their own :worth and potential.
SCORPIO succinctly in his brilliant work
ARIES ,
changes. March-13th comes to groupings (craftsmen,
When we,-American Negroes, shake hands with Ghana Born March 21 thru April 19 your aid in the form of friendly Born Oct. 24 thru NOT.,24 The Negro Potential: foremen, professional, technicaland
today, we say not only "Welcom!l" but also, "Your ,opportunity Misunderstandings with inlawsor advice and hopeful developmentsin Events that took, place ,in, the Preparation for'work beginsin'eaillest mangerial workers) where
'_to prove yourself is our opportunity to prove our- of a legal nature should be your vicinity. Mind can really past, and which you think are childhood. When a many more gains have yet to be
selves > nipped -in the .bud. March 10th rule matter now if you seriously forgotten- could very well come young Negro has an opportunityto made. %
stresses confidential matters anda apply this principle. Take all precautions out now to embarrass you and to apply for a good job his wil It is important that manage-,
May God bless you and bring peace, prosperity and'prog- willingness to make a concession in writing and other create tensions between you and lingness to compete for it and his ment further extend opportunities -

ress<:to your land. ., for the, sake of peace.: Con- ways, against,monetary loss anda persons who are associated. with prospects of securing it dependon for training as well as for
Reprinted from The Pittsburgh Courier trol emotional impulses and shun severance of,friendly relations, you or over you in rank. Try to his earlier development and jobs

.. speculation: around the 15th. on the 15th. foresee what is in the wind. preparation for work. It is hardto ((4)) Frequent and flagrant discrimination -
__ i__ __ _" 23O42943343.TAURUS 8-26- -18-65-826. March 13th show that indiscretions I exaggerate the importance of still exists against
No U. ,. Aid Ti JiM-crtw 'SCMMSNJULCP and financial difficulties! the home in this connection If Negroes in trade unions despite j

,, I LEO could affect your career and other the..father.hates. his. work and the the fact that Negro- labor union
Tells Htm Cuuriittt The last week of.February: re- Borne July..23 thru Aug. 23 worldly interests and good name. moaner tails- lo pIan for- the future membership has increased 7& t
This is the best policy follow There islittle diange in the indications Turn to your mate and loyal : these considerations;: will be timeS-from: less than 200.000 in
this week except, in cases where of*the previous quarter friends for support. The Full reflected in the later work attitudes 1930 to about lYi million today.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored you can lighten existing economic making it desirable for you not Moon and March 15th indicate a and behavior of their off- While the merged AFL-CIO has
People has urged the House subcommittee on general.education burdens. It would be beneficialto to lower your guard against im- day when a crisis could arise. spring established a strong anti-discrim
to incorporate in any federal aid to school constructionbill consult with an affectionate pulsive ,and indiscreet action or 8-20-33-18-32-823. Leadership groups within the ination policy restrictions con-_
that will the friend oh the 10th. Take Negro community the churches tinue to be
"safeguards prevent expenditure. of federal the op- behavior. Those in authority may, practiced in many Instances
funds for racially' segregated schools.. I portunity to advance your dramatic create more career activities con- SAGITTARIUSBorn and social, business and fra- at the local union level. .

Testifying before ,the subcommittee on Feb. 26, Clarence creative andromantic interests firming that you can augment Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 ternal organizations particularlyare The building trades can be particularly ,
Mitchell, director of the Association's Washington bureau, under the stimulating influence your income, but don't tempt cir- The harder results are to come frequently so isolated from cited in this regard. For.
,, charged that certain southern states are, eager to receive of the sign. If you try to mumstance as Mars trines Jupiter by, the more fulfilling they ,become the "main stream" ofcommunity instance the practices of several
federal handouts while defying,rulings of the United States force things on the 15th' when i ((13th).. Prudence is again called when the happy day ar contacts, that they are unable to i international Pinions in the'buildIng -
Supreme Court. This continuing defiance, he told committee the Moon is Full, you must be i for on the 15th.Errors of judgment rives. The ,10th is a good day to give Negro youth and their parents trades. seriously handicap Ne-

members, has precipitated a rash'of litigation to secure.com- certain, first of all, that'you are a could be, the cause of a settle questions of a family and effective help in learning gro youth in their -search for
pliance with the court's school desegregation decree, the cost good loser. monetary 'reversal when the Sun budgetary nature. Guard against about the new opportunities that I. training that will prepare them
,. of which has,to be borne by Negro parents seeking unsegre- I 1-10:-22-12-:21-221. opposes Jupiter (17th). the negative attitude of self-pity are developing. And they are reluctant for skilled employment in this,
gated school opportunities for their children.Mr. 2-36-44=29-43-344.. engendered at this time.. March to deal frankly and constructively important industry.
Mitchell GEMINI 13th justifies all your efforts to i with the very real Denying Negroes access to ap-
estimated that these cases will cost the vic-
tims of discrimination at least',half a ,million dollars. "Each Born May 21 thru June 21 VIRGO i!produce, gain, recognition and to problem of personal attitudes, prenticeship programs is an addi-
time the collection plate is passed to gather funds for court March 10th shows that your Born Aug.24 thru Sept. 23 achieve an ambition. .Do not en- habits and values, which so often tional serious barrier to improvement -
goals are pretty well establishedin The detrimental courage litigation or disputes handicap the Negro job applicant. of their job status, and to
costs on this issue, it is a reproach to the executive and legis- consequencesthat
lative branches of our government," he asserted. "By what your mind. Progress 'seems to result from controversies ofa when, the Moon is Full (15th). Here, then is a real challenge to their chances of becoming skilled

logic does our powerful and rich nation say to its colored be blocked, openly and secretly.' domestic, marit partnership Avoid major issues when the Sun the Negro community. workers and technicians. ..
citizens, even though you have won in a fair contest we Rather than meeting opponents or competitive nature have not opposes Jupiter (17th). (2) School personnel in general, These, then are some of the
shall continue to give your adversaries money with"which head on, March 13th'suggests that yet been averted.t March 13th 3=50-33-49-32-532. are Apt to possess'only a limited man-made: barriers'and artificial .

to build illegal schools? By what code of justice does one you operate behind a smoke paints 'a glowing picture of the i understanding of the stresses and ly-created circumstances t that
,- explain the spending of federal funds to support'defiant states screen and rely Jn your luck: future if you now expand your CAPRICORNBorn strains experienced by people contribute. to the unhappy plight,
r in their program of separation based on race?" Mr. Mitchell Avoid, showdowns the 17th, personal,.field rof action,;research Dec 22 thru Jam 19 who sociaf Jive in a constantly' depressed of Negro young people and prevent
asked. especially with those closest to and development 'Be wary of The tendency to take the dim or economic status. They the full development of theirpotential.
t your heart. do not readily recognize that the .
succumbing to negativism or view because of past rebuffs
"It is "
he
no exaggeration, declared, "to say that the vast
colored 5-60-11-59-13-l; other self-defeating policies when should not be taken as a justification -
E majority citizens everywhere would! regard federal
Mars is square Pluto and the, for the loss of self-confidence
schools
of
financing more segregated public as major national CAHCEB-- rp.
calam?ty.'t Moon is Full. as regards your abilities and
Born June 21 thru July 22 4.50-66> -49-65--565. eventual success:The optimism of
S : There is much comfort to be t those who are near and dear can
: PATRONIZE FLORWA STARADVERTISER gained from contacts with your LIBRA boost your morale. Stand firm

,r. friends in view of the burdens Born Sept.. 24 thru Oct.23 against the ravaging effects of
that other people and your own The difficulties foreshadowed dtill inertia and disbelief. March 13th

responsibilities impose on you for the preceding, week are s holds many future blessings for
: during this, period. It,,seems ad- very much,on" your mind. But do those who maintain their faith
jjSIRVKE2.) visable to put off trips, legal questions not let these matters cause you and courage. Make no long-term
.00 I and service or: employment to overlook an inner voice which (Continued on Page 6))

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these eutstaaclnf you
Americans who make our
country and our eomtauttjr
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W. B. STEWART OFFICIATES New officers. for the Vagabonds' Club Dr. X L E. Scott is the new president. *

were installed at a recent meeting of the group. Seen here are officers and mem- Top right photo left to right front row: Dr. Nelson Sp 1ulcili1g. W. D. Sweet. 1} *
hers of the club. and E. L. Weems. Second row: DF. J. P. Patterson. Phillip M. Douglas. F. Henry

{X Top left photo left to right: W. 'B.. Stewart pre clel of ,Edward Waters Williams. R. M. Harvey. James G.' Genwright and Preston Peterson. Back row: *

college who conducted the ceremony; Phillip M. Douglas, chaplain: James G. Dr. William R. Toney. E. L. Caesar. Releford McGriff. Theodore Jones. Dr. Hunter Y *

GeHwright, treasurer; R. M. Karrey assistant secrety : F.,Henry Williams secretary H. Saiterwhite John Graham A. Kinnon W. B. Stewart Frank Jones and Ulysses
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; Preston ,Peterson rice president: and Dr. J.,P. 'Patterson retiring president. Glover. fi *'
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Bells Goodwin St, age 49. R. A, KING PLANS Business and professional people,' Delta Sorors Observe *
Wedding Earl Mack, 1628 Windle St., age and those interested in educationand cccitl4peikiH9

for 18 and Barbara ,Kelly, 88 Ernest MASS MEETING AT better facilities for our peo- "Founders' Day" Here *
Applications Marriage
St, age--16. ple ]along with religious leaders *
Licenses Willie Washington, 108 East PAYNE AME' CHURCH are.being.extended invitation.
Soror Sadie T. Tillis hostess
was *
Union St.; age :25 and Annie Among those expected to be
Johnnie B. 2532 Mon-
Hogan
i KYUNG'MARCHITA to Iota
Alpha Sigma. Chapterof
Vauss, 726 Pippin St., age 33. The North Jacksonville District present will be Attorney Ernest: GEORgE
crief Road 19 and
age Margaret *
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew S. Delta Sigma Chapter at its recent .k
William Jenkins; 1216 Acorn Conference which the Rev. D. Jackson and E. O. Simpson,
Thornton, 1714 Dot SL age 19. .over
George, 1737 Illinois Street "Founders' Day" observanceheld
are .
St, age 25 and Mary Burden R. A. will editor and publisher of the Florida "
Charles Haynes, 1239 E. 23rd King'presides, sponsora the proud) parents of a foster in her home on Ninth Street.
1216 Acorn 24.
St, BARBARA
St. 18 and Ernestine Johnson age mass meeting Wednesday Mar. Star. JEAN
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age daughter, Kyung Marchita 3 EASTER
Joe Hicks, 723 North Court, .age The local chapter is honored by
3331 Plato St., age 14. age 20 at Payne AME Church begin- The district conference Thurs- James Weldon Johnson
57and Leola Peples, 734 W. State who arrived recently. having Soror Winona Cargyle Junior high School *
Roland Mainor 1181 E. 27th St ning at 8 p. m. and nights will be
St, age 47. day Friday. Little Miss George was met in Alexander, one of the founders of
age t8 and Joyce McNair, 25. E. Various speakers. the pro- highlighted with good singing, New York by her father, and the sorority, as an active member. Pepsi-Cola and Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company deal.- *.
49th St, 18. PATRONIZE will discuss education and live discussions. ers are happy this week
age gram religion, preaching family is now enjoying a "get ac- Soror Alexander called attention to salute Barbara Jean *
Willie Williams, 470 Wade Circle FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS Negro business and citizen Presiding Elder King is asking quainted" period, with both par- to the growth-and-development of class.Easter. ,She a member Is president of 9-15 of .
age 52 and Luella Cooks, 467 ship (registering and voting). everyone to feel free to attend. ents taking a brief respite from the sorority and emphasized the her class a member of *>
Student Council, creative i
their respective occupations.. fact that Delta Sigma Theta now dance grouP. J. W. Moul- *
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has over-240 chapters in 46 states drill team. *i
AZALEA GARDEN CIRCLE and Haiti, with a membership of
GRAND OPENING SALE: Mesdames Lillian McMillan 20,000' .sorors. ; ** *-S* *' *i

and Bessie Allen were hostess Soror Lucia James, Grand :
es with Mrs. Addle Raiberry last .
Treasurer and Regional Director, .
rrnuuaocn
navesBleach Tuesday evening to a meeting of and Soror Thelma Cobb, Southern *
She Azalea Garden Circle: The Director *
Regional were
CREAM Reg..1.0.02 Price 50cGLOVER'S meeting was held 111 the home of guests at the observance. *

the latter 1337 Steele StreetThe Soror Olga O. Bradham, presi-
PLUS TAX Care of Azaleas" was the dent of the local' chapter, along *
topic of discussion. with other conducted
officers, the *
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MRS.. :JENKINS GIVES all *
Mange Medicine. SSe SALE 59c BRIDGE PARTY sorors participated. A

'Mrs. P. J. Jenkins entertained

the Hellenesians last Saturday Stork *
evening in her home, 1831 Davis

d'' FREE ONE 5x7 ENLARGEMENTWITH Street Mrs. Beulah Joyner, Mrs., Eve Deliveries *W-, REDMOND BOOKER,T.JR.

lyn Hillman and Mrs. Louise New Stanton Senior
*, High School'
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Guinyard were special guests. :
Barn To: Booker Is an honor ctu-
EACH The bridge session was followed dent and a member of r
a the senior class. His extracurricular .
: : by a delectable.luncheon., activity Is ';
Smith M. and Rulene Morgan,
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; limited to membership In
2118 Venus, Apt. C-l, boy Feb. the H1-Y' Club. Commu-
y Kodak Order of 50c or Morer JUNIOR CULTURE CLUB 19. nlty membership activities In Include the Sec-
$ The .Junior Seminole Culture ond Baptist Church. HeW
A' Charlie Land Jo Tolbert, 724
to become teacher.
plans a
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Club will hold Wednesday
a game party
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evening in the Youth McCoy St, girWan. 24.Hubert 1 * *,
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Center State and Laura
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comer
Logan St, boy, Jan. 24. *
: Streets. Edward and Juanita Phillips,
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f EAR RINGS The girls have invited friends *
2053 W. 17th St. girl, Jan. 24.
: to attend that tickets
stating
may Lee A. and Conner Bradley, *'
be the door.
purchased at 1527 'W. 16th St, boy, Jan. 23. *
; S. Flozell arid Mildred McCrow,

Reg. $1.00 SPECIAL 49CPLUS BRIDGE COMMITTEE TOURNAMENT NAMED Sr., 322 Dellwood Ave., boy, Jan. if'.

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TAX Mrs. Essie D. McCray chair- 23.Joe L and Mae McDowell, 930 '

man of the Cosamis annual W. 31st St, girl, Jan. 23. *.

bridge tournament announced Rufus and Mozelle Terry, 729 *:
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PintReg.I.795PECIAL $1.29 the 1957 tournament committee as Court H., girl, Jan. 22. '.;'.,) "c.:

follows: .. I Wesley and Ruby Corley.2111York :(...... ......;,. ,.: ....1- ri <' ....
Russell Robinson chairman: St, girl, Jan. 21. .. : ; :!:::<;" !<" J...

Mrs. Vanorian Schell, Mrs. Theo- Billy and Mary Brown, Route W.
:. \ LADIES' Pair'L dotia Child, Mrs. Juanita Bell 1, Box 353, girl, Jan. 21. BATTlE CECILA BAKER ifif

"-' ,. Mrs. Louise Guinyard and Geo. Calvin and Madalean Williams, Matthew High W.School Gilbert

Nairn. 1637 Fairfax St. girl, Jan. 21. i Hattie member of the
Mrs. McCray who is overall Dixie and Eleanor Gibbs, 1980 senior class it reporter *
: = 79c for the Student Council
NYLON HOSE 51 Guafe chairman of the tournament. is W. 23rd St, girl, Feb. 7. and class.chaplain She of Is the also senior a- *r
also a member of the committee. Frederick and} Quester .Law, member of the righting .
.. .5. 2405 Westmont SC::,' girl, Jan.*30. Panthers Concert bands Marching and organ and *

PHI DELTA KAPPA Earnest J. and Ella Wiggins, 1st of' the First Baptist School *
Church
Sunday
EVENING IN PARIS PRESENTS DANCERS Box 157, Mayport, Fla., boy, J an.and choir.
Alpha Gamma Chapter the 30. *
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STICK DEODORANT Rte. ..7.5c2- $.:1..00 National Sorority of Phi Delta Samuel and Eddie Jennings, 643 * *
: Kappa will present the "Gretel Court E-l, boy, Jan. 29.
,- PLUS, TAXTOlliETTISSVE'aCiI1alaII17 and Gertie" dance group Tuesday Arthur R. and Mattye Mont- 1' -

night, March 12, in the auditorium gomery, 1810 W. 10th St, girl, :I Congratulations Cola to these., three from.Merit Pert.

I of New Stanton Senior High: Jan. 28.James. Award w..l.
roll 1J0PAPER School. A. and Cynthia Warren,
Uitcn te Pepsi Merit Award
"These Are Your Future Stars Jan. 27. It
1810 Myrtle Ave., girl, salutations on Pepsi Cote
: is the theme of the program, Arthur and Carrie Black, Jr., *' TUN.TIME WRHC, 1400
MAPK1MS( '- 'N' Cnri t box 130 which is scheduled to begin at 720 Court A, boy, Jan. 26. O. yeur dial, s.tenlQj
10:45 to 11:43 A.M-
8:00 p. m.Young James and Zetta West, Jr, 1327 *

REG. 29e '- singers and musicians Madison St, boy, Jan. 25. if
will be featured on the program' James and Gladys Jones, 703
WAX, PAPER 125 FeetSp.caI 210 also, all having been trained by Market St, boy,*J8JV20. .- *

Mrs. E. R. Cox Mrs. P. E. Jones James C. and Frances Walker, *

FACIAL TISSUE .'s Sale 150 and John H. Bolden. s 2335 Van James St., boy,Jan. 19. ifif
Tickets for the event may be Bobby A. and Willie Watson
purchased from members of the 725 Court A, boy, Jan. 17. -

.: -GRAND OPENING WORKWS M ...4 $2.79 sorority. Jacob and Mary Mlxson,, 2507 *

PLIINTS-l fMi '480 LUKCH HIT Sale ,$ lLILLY'S ". W. Barnett, boy, Jan. 17.
: AZALEA, JOE H. JAMES INSTALLS Jimmie'' 'and Dorothy Haynes,

-. OMEGA OFFICERS Jr. 3300*Moncrief Rd, boy, Jan.
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Officers of Theta Chapter of

the Omega .Psi Phi Fraternity 16.David and' Pearlie Lewis, Sr:,

:= DRUG STORE were Installed by Joe H.James at 1914 McQuade Sty boy, Jan. 15. .Peed Celej
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a DaD.HI&Co11 recent: banquet ge Inn.held. in Jack Oeelere.JocksoarSJe aI._

The following persons were Seals: 'Sumner Wiles Keeper of

S 1907 KINGS ROAD M sees of&iaUy'placed into office: Finance: Willie Robinson Chap- I i '.".
Rudolph-Daniels; Basileos; Ernest ter Editor) Thomas Lang .Ch plaID -
Rasenred AcTOflS from DrfVG-In Theatre Qaaiitity 'Righto Re ".. Wymtt Anti-basil.uw. Buford : and Rodell Roberts.. Dean a.tnA-without rmtny -,base. a F p H.
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Quantity Rights : .' _
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j Mr.McMickensSefectMJ AKA. ,At "Founders' Day" Event I 7 i6 fifcdfc: e//9i /IIe.dJ1ge '

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y4 pA'x X Goal Set At $5/OOO + Rl "The Power Df The Right Choice" .

rya BY-REV. SAMUEL P NESBITT
The men of SL Stephen AME 'Y ASSISTANT PASTOR OF CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST TEMPLE

Church held a meeting with the : as Y. ,'f' k v Aiey PART .
pastor, the Rev. J. W. Armstrong "By faith Moses when he was come to years refused to be !
following the morning service last a Y 3:? n 9 Ka a called the son of Pharoah's daughter .- ,
,Sunday to formulate plans for the Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God.
annual Men's Day activities sche- than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season
duled to be held April 24. The financial Esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches than the,.
goal is $5,000. treasures in Egypt: for he had respect unto the recompenc*
The main part of the meetingwas of the reward.I i

the selecting of officials for ,- HEBREWS 11:24.28On

the event which resulted as follows rSi the day' when Jethro's wife gave birth to their daughter ,
,] : Henry McMickens, chair- 4' k sdLt Zipporah, in the land of Midian, I don't suppose Jethro had the '
man; Cornelius Boyd, cochairman faintest idea that he would become the grandfather of little boys ,
; Henry Belliny, secretary; t .4 who would be circumcised in compliance with the terms of the cove- i
McKinley Genwright Sr., treas- : nant which had been made with Abraham, the father of the Hebrews
.urerj; James S., Genwright Sr.. many years prior to that time.It is also highly possible that he would
chairman of the program com 4'p have called his wife a foolish woman: if she had told him that "the I

mittee. The steering committee is '' little bright-eyed bundle of human goodness" would become the wifeof
composed of Arthur C. Madry, f "d9' the man who would talk with
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Henry Belliny, James S. Gen- yt Yahweh at Mt. Sinai and receivea '\ Y
wright Sr., and W. R. McIntosh. Written Law for the guidanceof : :
Other men will be added to this people who would come into :
group. .? '% i y% Ti I. 4k. .k' 4.. the world subsequent to his time. ,

Fifty group captains will be selected "m_ m The fact that neither of them had 1 i 4
and each group will have GAMMA RHO OMEGA CHAPTER Local Boron of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority are seen here at the scene of the "Found the ability to determine the future r.;:

ten additional members with ers' Day" observance held recently on the campus of Edward Waters College. Mrs.,Sarah Scott Stewart speaker for the occasion-, is seen is not a reflection of ignor- r"*
weekly meetings until the com- here along with other members of-the sorority. ance which could be called ignoble t \' .
mittee is assured that all plansare Left to right: Sorors Charlotte Stewart Thelma Hair Jones,.Olivia Baldwin. Florence Turner Julia Hazsard Sadie Wilson. Sara for they were in the com- t
properly arranged. : Stewart. Loretta Jenkins Elizabeth Simmons Rebecca Martin P. Davis J. Cowari Vivian Ingram. F. Johnson M. Wright. -L. Sheffield pany with Moses and others who 'I
The regular official board I S. Currie. were also "in the dark as to "
Lillian Alston, W. M. Green and Amy
meeting was held Monday evening what would happen in.the futureto ti.";;.. :
when plans were made for affect their lives. It was only
I future activities. The current scheduled to be held May 10. Mrs. SI. Paul League Day Spring To Sponsor Ashury' Methodist time and all of the forces of the J;-'
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building fund on deposit is $3- Maggie Sims, president of Usher universe, working ,within time .
committee Board 1, was elected chairman of Annual Tea March 17 that could bring to the element '
364.58. The building Plans Recilal pass It rr
Fundsto Forum For Byy ,
Plans
selected was the Rev. J. W. Armstrong the planning committee. which was to change the t
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'',: pastor; James S. Gen- finance the entertainment are The Matron's Council of Da Miss Leila whole course of Human existence .jt' .: "
wright, Sr., treasurer and Henry to be made available to the com Sunday March 10 Spring Baptist Church will spon- Floyd upon this earth of ours. As time r .

Belliny, secretary.The mittee. Mrs. E. Rhunette Free- sor its annual tea March 17, be- passed Moses, the little Hebrew S
:man, reporter, will keep the public -
board unanimously boy who had slipped through the
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y ginning at 400p.: nx, in the homeof Miss Leila Floyd of Grant Memorial t
to the responsibility of en- i informed as to the progress. of The Alien Christian Endeavor net of destruction i of Ramses II by <11; :
accept Mr. and Mrs. A. Atkinson,,1913 AME Church and a stu- .. : ot:_ .
tertaining for the one-day session .,the. event. League .of. st. Paul AME Church Myrtle Avenue. dent of James Weldon Johnson the. sagacity of his sister and mother and the kindness of the Princess
will sponsor its 42nd monthly Mrs. Lucy Hightower, chairmanof Junior High School will rendera of the land of? Egypt, came to age (reached the period of mature t
forum Sunday at 5 p. m. in the recital at Asbury Methodist thinking) and made the.choice which affects all of us today "He
the committee, announced
Young People's Auditorium.' program 3 chose rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than enjoy
Church at
Sunday m.
,that an interesting p.
.'Civil'Defense" is the topic to gram' has been planned for pro-the Miss Floyd will be accompaniedby the pleasures of sin for a,season."
be discussed. The Davis Street occasion. She stated further that Miss Roberta Bacon of St. The choice of Moses made was not one which came out of pas-
Branch :YMCA under, .the direction Paul AME Church and a studentof sion, but it was one which fame as the result of the best that was in
church and social clubs of the city
of Executive Secretary Jesse New SchooL Moses. This man was no uninformed creature, for as a member of
have been invited to attend. ,Stanton High ,
r W. Word is one of the leaders in The is being given in Royalty he had been informed in the arts and sciences of his day;
Enjoy/ the fotrsfactfon. of clothes tailored the defense program and the .Mrs. Aldonia Joyner, principalof interest program of the Women's Day observance and he knew something about history,. There was in his con-
to your order. at popular prices main .speaker for this occasion R. L. Brown Elementary Sunday March 17. sciousness a vivid picture of the policies which had been followedby
will be Dr. E. W.: Thompson, the School, will deliver, : the address. Asbury'Methodist Church is located the various rulers of Egypt, and the oppression of the Hebrews
TOHELLI 16tinctlie 7ttiltilf9. chairman of the, board. ';\ at Almeda and W. First about him made it evident to him that; on the basis of what he had
been and had the injustice which was
The: question and answer per- Street. taught thought through per ;
FOR MEN AND WOMEN iod will be conducted by .Major petrated against the human source, from which he had come was
PHONE Taft Cummings, U.S.A., Retired, Usher Board Schedules totally not in accordance with the Divine Unity and Purpose of the
3720 BEACH BLVD. ,Ft 9-3340 and Secretary, Word, defense Versiteers To Sing Universe..From al early age Moses' mother, who nursed him from

chairman. Sgt H.. A..'Wasson, U. St. PatticJS'ay Tea CorinthThe infancy, was a perfect example of the kind of people who feared the
At First
S. Air Force will show an educational True God of the Universe and not idols which had been erected to
Wishes to Announce the movie the subject only one phase of God's creative work. He had watched the diseased
on Jackson- Mrs. Inez Davis, 1615 W. 7th Versiteers Gospel Singers Egyptians die as a result of the very sensuous activities in which
Opening of Their F The director of the J St, will be hostess to a "St Pat-
will render an after service recital they freely engaged; while the Hebrews, though brutally castigatedby
Civil Defense
ville-Duval County rick's Day" Tea s scheduled to be Sunday evening March 24, unmerciful overseers, grew stronger and multiplied with great
First Class Custom Council, A. E. Brown, Jack Wea-
held in her home March 17, from
at the First Corinth Baptist rapidity., All of the aforestated factors, together with others, were
Tailoring Establishment- r therford, executive secretary, and 4:00: to 6:00: p.;m. The tea is spon Church. Proceeds from the pro- deep in the mind of Moses and his cerebrum was the center of
Col. H. W. Tarkington, State Civil
sored ,by the Senior.Usher Board
gram will benefit the church'sbeautification mental processes which were designed for improvement of what he
Offering at Defense director will be. presentto Number Two'of New Bethel AME drive. saw about him and what was to come after him. Therefore Moses
support the program.The
Church. First Corinth Baptist Church is brought into his mind a picture of the past and weighed it againstthe
i Reasonable Prices Rev. J. A. Roberts, pastorof The group has planned an in- located at W. Duval and Madison present, then he began to visualize future possibilities. His visionsof
: 1 St Paul together with the official teresting program and announcedthat Streets.The program is sponsoredby the future surpassed what his 'Divine Visions' brought him.
Some- of the World'sFinest .' staff and Forum committeejoin the public is invited. Mrs. Tallie ,Mae Simpson. (To Be Continued)
,
the officials of the YMCA in
t' Dacrons ; :.. extending an invitation to the

,.,. Worsted Blends public. : Your Neighborhood Shopping GuideTrade

Douppioni Italian SilksOPENING ;: :{,
t '. r ,District Sets MeetingFor \

Sunday At 4 P.M.,

SUITS ................................ 125.00 SPECIALS Value ..... ",...... ..,... ..... $89.75 Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment
SUITS ...........,.......,............ $ 95.00 Value ..... '". .. '" $69.75 District 13 of Second Baptist
SLACKS _............, .. ........ $ 25.00 Value .... .... .. $16.75
...SLACKS .......................,.... $ 35.00 Valve ....., "."'" ,,' "...'.''.'.. $22.50 Church will meet Sunday, March Traie With Firms Thai With The
in the home of Mr. Cooperate Community
:-' THESE PRICES ARE FOR MEN AND WOMEN ,__ 10, at 4 p. m.
If You Can't ,Come To Us.WeWitIComeTo You! and Mrs People, '111% Jefferson
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Is seen taking a risual,acuity test administered by Florida Highway! Patrolman H. H. Smotherman. x- -
John Coleman driving instructor stands in the background with other members of the class who
are awaiting their turns to be tested. The students are left to right: Dorothy Culver Doris Carter. De- $199.95McDUFF'S
loris Kelly Angie Nora Greene Inez Streater and Earlean Burroughs.Of y kcfYi '>,K..
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Meeting For MondayThe Appear_In RecitalThe NeelingSunday 128

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regular monthly meeting of 46th anniversary of Sweet- Y'
the,Ladies Auxiliary to the Lay- field Baptist Church, the Rev. G. The Licensed Practical Nurses {
men's League bf the East Florida W. Phillips, pastor, will begin Guild will meet Sunday, March With Trod
Conference will be held Monday, Tuesday, March 19, and extend 10, at 4 p. m. in the home of Mrs.
Beatrice Williams, 675 W. 10th Pleasing simplicity plus exciting performance are to
March 11, 8:00: p. m. in the home through Sunday, March 24.
I be found In this low but luxurious model.
Street.. priced
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of Mr. and Mrs. John Watson, Deacon Luke Stevens and Mrs. '''
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'I The president announced that id Designed for utility as well as for styling. Complete
1531 Tyler StreetThe Madlyn Fudge will serve as chair-
i the meeting is extremely important with 3 storage drawers and 4 hllmn.PAY .
last meeting of the Auxiliary man and co'- airman of the an-
and all members are expected -
1\ was held in the home of Mr. niversary activities respectively.
to be present. Nurses desiringto ONLY $7.62 A MONTH
and Mrs. R, ,Polote, 1559 W. 8th The entire program will be released -
street. I later. join District 12 may secure
\ blanks from Mrs. Fogle, presi-
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Fire Proof Ritz Theatre Quiet secretary.1927 Illinois Mrs.Street.Fogle's For address additional is- GUARANTEED TRADE 200

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Humphrey Bogart 6
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FIRST RUNS I symphonic band of Mat- e a I s co'- aw\.An. .
SUNDAY TUESDAY MARCH 10-12
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"CHA CHA BOOM"and
f a concert last Thursday
evening in the auditorium of the
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; \ WEDNESDAY FIRST RUN .school The affair, marked the fifth an s...: iJ 'I. xAla. "
1. -
Fred MacMurray nual concert staged by the band,
"GUN FOR A COWARD" which is under the direction of
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Bill Elliott G. H. Hill. The band' is one of
CONCIy/ONIe r.o. etOR ee
"CHAIN OF EVIDENCE"Fireproof the leading high school bands in

I the State of Florida. ," ,..'...
,I Safety Concrete Floors I,I The program consisted of class- ,,.';"'; ":I', -
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from Florida A & M Univer- : : ',- '

(TIBS nom i oner seat sity and,his Master: of Music Edu- ': Iii"' .
AT AIT OUR Ti &Tb1 cation Degree from the Univer- ; .
2M \ sity of Michigan. He is presidentof
"THE GlUTEST the Florida Association of

BOV8JS PKTOKIHAVlEVlRSEEHr Band Directors president of the
Florida State Music Educators
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4 -Wetter Wind W/>> I Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.. dI
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::1' Caroline Moore, bahtonist; Jor-
"Ai fILM Of dan Baker and LeVora Pratt,
i IMIINtAND cornetists, were] featured soloists.DarnellCookman .

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Second "Band0Rama"The4
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Rama" will be held in Darnell- C 2 YEARS

t'' Qte Qn, (JJmmandment Cookman March 12, 1957."Instrumental School'. Auditorium TO PAY '

Music in Early
TOCHNIOOLOft
A PARAMOUNT PtCTUfW VWTAVWIPN
Childhood" will be the theme of
J the program. The theme :will be

i '. 4i ',-, STARTS winnf IAJMUAJi. the emphasized Blodgett performances, Homes .Rhythm from BIG 12 cubic foot PHILCO

f'; ; .. :. '.. RITZ Band children, consisting the pre-bands of tive-of ear-old Dar- :

nell-Cookman, the string' orchestra -
MARCH 20th
THEATRE the dancing majorettes and
the concert band. 2-DOOR Refrigerator Freezer Combination
The program will also feature
solos by former members of the ,
band who are not participating
NOW with junior high school bands. featuring Adjustable shelves Regular $539.95

The dancing majorettes, who
will be the main feature of the king. ; size unit completely automatic -
program are trained. by expert _
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that was created by Mrs.E. B. R. ,.,
Cox and Mrs. P. E. Jones, major- ,. .
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TO AVOID HGARTIURN John son sad George Home.Beaatictau APPLIANCE 5205 Beach Blvd. Cor.! M Duff :& Edison '
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II .1,"1WFWJF"?**"News 'Ol* i W From-'AII-Sections Of Beautiful Florida ::9a._' I If




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Putnam County; News 1 l Directors, Of: Student Activity I Moore To Defend weight weight title championship to fight for the against heavy-,.

"" Floyd Patterson.
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:"< rv His Title In June

BY E. J. VHEEN60V _
s. r h ,- ,- ., "- DETROIT Archie Moore
:.. ,;' Madison Street, Palalka Florida the
," Phone East 5-3025. '' light heavyweight champion has I. Shavings Slicker

: ,.- -....r .''='.'''" '" agreed: to defend his title June 7 Blade Changing Quicker
;. .' !.:! In Detroit against the winner of
''I. / A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK : > C the Chuck Speiser-Ernie Anthony

r ". Take modesty is,the refinement vanity. It is'a lie.Bruyere" fight at Olympia Stadium April 5. FiGiIIetteBLUE

'q; Last week Mrs. Agnes Addison was' our movie guest. She was ___ Charlie Johnston, manager of BLADES

accompanied by her husband. ,and they: 'were both grateful for the t 4ILI&J Moore agreed to the June date. IN HANDY DISPENSE

'invitation. 41tft tVt Nick Londes Olympia matchmaker wItk
: said. Speiser is the No. 1 esed4ladecompartsitot
This week we are very happy
contender for the light heavy-
.-to extend the .invitation to a

young lady who lives on Thirteenth Grambliag Begins weight crown. 70 rot 10 tot
is
Anthony rated No. 3 challenger
St. She is a member of 49*
for Moore's crown. Moore
the Calvary Baptist Church and
Baseball Season did not give up his light heavy-
has two daughters 'and two sons. _

However, both daughters are

many miles away. She has a very .. :-" ., ; : LaJ B J 0
LA. The
GRAMBLING
.. fine husband, whose father was ywpyw .. JsIMICI

'"a minister.1 know-she knows the Grambling College baseball teamis f\,::\...:

invitation is meant for her..Her scheduled to open its 24gameslate ":J VSI l> /UiwrlYStltlU

sister, who lives a few doors from March 9 against Wiley College H ? '

her, will tell her. I will be very in a matinee double-header. SVYIYCiiS
happy to give her two movie /
In recent years Grambling has
passes.
virtually gained a permanent j It Our very liberal I CURRENT RATE Each account Is
;ayk, earnings i are compounded i insured up to
claim-on the loop championship.It
All roads' will lead to Booker's !I 0 SemiAnnually 510,000111201'o by the

Auditorium Sunday March 10, at wen the MWAA championshipsin on- Savings Federal Savings

.4 p. m.. where there will be a battle 1952-53-5455 and again, in ire r 4 ciatiowhich in this Asso is 3 and Loan I Insurance

of songs among three famous 1956 under President-Coach R. W. chartered! and supervised Corporation

groups:. The Five Blind Boys of E. Jones and director Eddie Rob- by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by an
U. S. Government
Alabama. The Nightingales and inson. < act of Congress.

The Suwannee Quintet. Mrs. Alberta Grambling will play teams from : r

Frison is sponsoring the three different conferences. The

.program. Tigers won 16 straight games in azF.aYSfnaC .

r 1956 and finished the season witha

Dr. and 'Mrs. N. B. Hester had 19-3 record. .mil I <|.\SMK-i.lfuill

,.as their guests last week Mr. and The",Tigers' schedule: March 9 ,
Mrs. Alexander of Detroit, Mich. '-Wiley College; March 15-16- c: r !
TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE Seen here are directors of student activity in our local schools
Arkansas AM & N; March 22.23-
who indirectly play important roles in the Pepsi-Cola.Merit Award program through their splendid cooperation -
Alcorn March 25-26-
Friends of Mr. Riley Bell will College;
in releasing information on outstanding students.
regret to learn that he was strick- Mississippi Voc. College; March
Top row left'to right: Miss Louvinia E. Solomon counselor at New Stanton Senior High School
30-Huston-Tillotson April 8-9- ;
ened Saturday night with a ; You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
stroke. Mississippi Voc. College; April received her educational training at Florida A & M U. Hampton Institute and Columbia U.

12-13-Jackson State College; Mr:. Carolyn Jenkins Miller, director Douglas Anderson Junior High School, completed her

April 156Arkansas'.State AM 'training at Florida A & M and Columbia U.,She has four years'! experience in personnel work. LOW PRICESOn
The PeopleSectal Clubof
Young
& N; April 26-27-Jackson'State Mrs. Emma Lee T. George is serving her third year as director at James Weldon Johnson Junior
Palatka has changed the time
College; May Langston Uni- High School having previously served in this capacity at Stanton High SchoOL She earned her degreesat
of their from Wednesdayto
meeting
versity; May. -Alcorn, College; Florida A & M and ,Columbia universities. Your
with meetings
beginning Fridaynights at 8 p. m. The next May, 6-7-Texas College and May I Bottom row, left to right: Mrs. Ella L. Jones is coordinator_ of student activity at Matthew W.

meeting will be held at the home 10-11-Wiley College. Gilbert High School and has served in this capacity for a number' of years. She is a. product' of FloridaA DRUG STORE HEEDS

of Mr. A. J. Jackson. Miss Bettie fy M and Howard universities. .

'.....Wright is reporter for the club.; Miss Mary Alyce Guyton has'completed two years-in the field of student personnel administration Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
WQBSPROGRAM at Boylan'Haven School. Miss Guyton.received her B.S. degree in Education and Social Studies

from Florida A & M University.Mrs. We Will Meet
SCHEDULEMONDAY Any Prices AdvertisedIn
itching Torture;; Wilhelinina J.,Rutledge: is director student activity at Isaiah Blocker Junior High School.

-9RIDAY SCHEDULE. She,received normal training from Florida ,&J'.M, graduated from North Carolina College for Negroesand Your Local Papers
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PROMPTIY iHLIEVED 02-0:00sO2 les'News Slfn On.'Weather' I received guidance training at the University.of Pittsburgh.BETHUNECOOKMAN -

05- 7UW. Heavens Road (Deacon
A doctor's formula-soothing antiseptic Grace) ... WOOD DIXIE PHARMACY
70-; 'JU.JiII.w. ft Weather:
Zen -promptly relieves the! COLLEGE ANNOUNCES
!* ':0$ Moraine Capers-Bob
itchimr.bttrnlng of Skin Rashes Hudson) BUY SELL RENT REPAIR 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
EcxBma:erg, arid*' S013 aR39:00. News Moraine ft< Capers Weather(Bob' SUMMER SCHOOL SESSION FOR :1957 HAMWEY BROS. PHONES EL 3-5597-98

Hudson) We Dtffrw We Alto
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.m' 0 93.10:10. ,Jumpin'Shaw) Show (Johnny WASHING MACHINES PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE .... '
100-103 News-ft Weather Bethune-Cookman College announces the 1957 "summer school Safes and Service Since 1915

It:13-.UOO,Gospel Grace)Train, No..'1 (Deacon, session which will begin June 10, 1957 and extend through August 20 BROAD ST. El 4-7748 BILLS AT OUR STOREHARPER'S

UtG-ll:03 News ft Weather 3,, 1957. Nine semester hours may be earned. ..
11:03120-Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon I

UIO.1. %:". .Local Grate News) (Yvonne Dr.John.Sylvester Smith, Director the Summer Session, stated
Dwell) that pre-registration reports indicate that this will be one of the
12512:15-Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
1:151:10;Noontime,TuB tUne largest summer sessions in the history of the school
Yvonne Daniels)
10-.1.03 News irtitastt'd&A 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. i (Deacon
Grace) include work conferences in has it
20- 23 NewsWeather YOUR HOROSCOPEContinued Audio-Visual
23-'40 Gospel Train No. 2, (Deacon Speech-Drama,
News) % Education, ,School Lunch Man-
3x>a- 3:03 ft'Weather
3* -(:" Jumpln Sh w.(Johnny ( from Page 2)) agement, Library Service, Prin-
Shaw) financial commitments or take and Confer-
cipals Supervisors
&:eo. 43 News ft Weather
43-,5O0"Jnxnpln'Shaw)', Show (Johnny risks with your cash or emotional ence, Parent-Teacher Association

: 50- 5:03 News ft Weather stability on the 15th. Work Conference, and ResourceUse FLORENCE
S35:45" Jompin Shaw) Show (Johnny 740883987478.AQUARIUS Education. OtyLY

.C002 SATURDAY On, SCHEDULE The curriculum will also include "

t2- cS News ft Weather the regular, college courses Super 36 \
I*5- 70 Heaven's Road Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
IJt 7:10.73; News ft Weather leading to the B.S. and B.A. Degrees .97
13 S0.Morning-Capons (Bob. $1
The efforts of acquaintances
Hudson) or in Art, English, Physical
10* S3!News ft Weather suppliers in your fields of activity" Education, Religious Education, .
I .. :$3.9IO)Moratag' Capers' (Bob :
JJ Hudson) to profit at your expense, or Sociology, Speech and Dramatics, GAS RANGE

''Ag I 5:10.9:03 93100 Jompln'News ft Shaw Weather(Johnny- to separate yo'om your cash, Biology, Mathematics, Business ,.... WEEKLY

10:00-103-News-ft Shaw) 'Weather are not likely to c ase. On the Administration: Chemistry, Pre- ; \ r.9aaturtHg L

It..3-Ua-Goapel Train No. 1 (Yvonne credit side,, ,occasions arise from Dentistry,Pre-Medicine, Pre-Nur-
Daniels the fine Mars trine Jupiter aspect : .
jU"" 110-113 News ft Weather sing, and. PrePharmacy.The t '
l1* -1ot Gospel Daniels Train No. 1 (Yvonne (13th to cash in from domestic, cultural opportunities will No. Ddwn Payment With Trade

If Iron DaficUacy Asak, 120-125 Local News, (Yvonne home building and sound invest- include: drama, dancing, concerts, DITTOED COOK TOP"LIFETIME"

Has Sapped Your Strew I 125-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels) ment projects. Press no 'issues swimming lectures,- movies, library -

,;. .;:U- 10 Noontime Tunettmej that threaten to backfire to your facilities,. exhibits and PORCELAIN
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: S.s.s. Tonic builds feetttr (Yvonne Daniels) "
health. ,strengthens w& 10- 13 Newsft Weather disadvantage and loss. Keep a tours. Athletic activities will in- BURNERS
13- 20 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne -
i blood. S.S.S.Tonic made ofNature's Daniels) protective eye on your essential clude tennis, softball, volleyball, j
2. 23 News ft Weather economic ties and valuable be- and baseball. BANQUET-SIZED OVEN l---
: own roots*&4 2330 Saturday Session (Johnny

.' herbs, has vital iron to baSd 3033 News Shaw)ft, -.Weather longings. Make plans with your The summer session is designedfor "SMom. ss" BROILER
first in
rich, red blood.So givsjovr 33-.40* Saturday. Session- (Johnny. long-range interests your the following, purposes: for

<<;: whole family an energy Mft 40- 43 News Shaw)ft Weather mind. teachers who must meet the State TWO BIG STORAGE -

;' get buck your p.,. 43- 50_ Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny 6- -77- 9-75- 87. certification' requirements 0 f DRAWERS i r ,.

SJSJS. Tonic makes you M, ,,39- 53 News ft Weather summer study; teachers who desire : --

:. good again fast or yoat 53-: Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny PISCES to,extend their certificates; i

money back. Now is.lisaU& SUNDAY SCHEDULE Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 for teachers who:desire additional I
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ior tablets. at afl 8M *181.:II- I. New Men.On.. Weather It seems as if you are still be- subjects'on the face of their F
'Sft70. Heaven's Road (Deacon twixt and between when it comes Installation I '
counters. SAVE I I87' the i -Grace) certificates;, for principals and r
; large economy size! 70.73 News ft Weather to making up your)I1ind. March supervisors.:who wish to pursue =
7J730 JleannBoad (Deacon
9th suggests that consider the
erase) you work in specialized fields for pro-
t CLARA WAR 7:30t0 J ittMore Gospel Sinters interests of your loved ones be- for R ud
(Ltv Gospel Singing) fessional improvement; prin '
Famous Gospel Oral sides your own.March 12th makes
S0- S30 Healing Waters ( cipals andTteachers needing prerequisite _
i- Singer, Roberts) aspire to fame and success
says, you
S3010 Jan Revival Center (Rev. courses 'for graduate
Eunice under rather harsh terms. Discussthe
Riley
"If you're 1IrIU1 90-100 Bishop'S. C. Johnson study; for teachers who desire to .E Tanks
and thereJIO.... 110-1030 .Heaven lire Gospel.. inters whole matter with your qualify as luncheon managers and _
bs' I.ut Lire Gospel Sinclair103010:45 r :
ymay ; spouse or other confidant and follow '
be' tIn4 slid. Temple. of God (Rev. W. B. for teachers who desire to improve -
:. advice March 13th
Herbert the given.
slowed de.. 01' )Road Deacon their. professional techni- :
Heaven's (
10:45-110: .
Grace)' and 15th combine to create much: E of lias' --
ques. _
Dei/iNelr' 110-113'New ft" Weather friction and emotionalism and _
113-120 Heaven's Road (Deacon will
The college .have as a part
make it unwise to reach
4 Grace) snap MODEL 000000HARPER'S -,
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120-123 News ft Weather If of'' its summer instructional staff '
...... 12310 Heaven's Road- (Yvonne decisions: Even it may seem leading visiting instructors and
Daniels) necessary, do not sever economic
b
10- 13 News ft Weather : outstanding colleges
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Miami Is Fay.reiF. Rtiani But Olympic great middle-distance games champion runner, and has CAMPANELLA SHOWS Training Site

k been appointed to the coaching
I Frty: staff at Los Angeles State Col- OLD FORM AT lUTE ''FarRelurn Hatch
Between Gene Robiisoi
FiUber-Hay lege. Whitfield will serve as

:t a i I assistant track coach.. VERO BEACH-The Brooklyn CHICAGO Gene Fullmer,

LOWELL PERRY, former Mich- Dodgers catcher, a three time the world's middleweight champion
MIAMI The forthcoming middleweight championship re igan State end who was seriously
will do his!
1 winner gf the National League's training .at the
match between Gene Fullmer and the challenger Sugar Ray Robinson ':, injured in a game between the Tam O-Shanter Club t
Country to
stands a possible' chance of being held in the Miami Stadium M1,it R Pittsburgh Steelers and the New Most Valuable.Player award, Roy prepare for his return title match

according to those who are interested !a bringing she match to York Giants is being considered Campanella has been taking some with Sugar Robinson
Ray the
& cuts at the 'since
Miami, t for a j job with the Steelers as a healthy plate International Boxing Club has
Nothing definite has been de- : % coach. Art Rooney, owner of the Spring training opened, said his announced.The .

cided as to where the bout will : Steelers plans to offer Perry a hand that gave him so much trou- return bout is scheduledfor
be held but Bicbardsei Sigas job' the staff bl last year and caused him to
Miami is definitely on as reported by re- Chicago Stadium April
bat feels :24.
only .219 great and
in the running A Chicago Stadium ;. Liable sources. Rooney reportedlysaid Fullmer'will be training where
sound
spokesman said the match the job would not be one of again. Chuck Davey trained for his title .

would either be fought in Chicagoor Fwllwll Coilraci charity but "because I'm confi- "When I hit the ball now, it match with Kid Gavilan. .'

Miami. Miami has grown into dent he can help the team." stings a bit but it is soon gone," A special ring will be set "u PIn

quite a fight conscious city and GRAMBLING, LA. (Special) ;' FOOTBALL FANS throughout Campy said. "Last year if I hit a the club's ball room and the

there are many factors that favor Alvin Richardson a dipsy-doing Florida have started casting their bad ball the sting wouldn't go golf course will be used by Full .

Miami. 245-pound NAIA All-American predictions for Willie Galimore of away. That's what makes me so mer to do his road work. '

Major W. H. Peeples, who promotes tackle, has signed a contract to St. Augustine and ,Al Frazier of sure that the hand is okay again"Campanella
at both Biscayne Arena Jacksonville. Those who have
play professional football with
and Miami Stadium, said recently the Philadelphia Eagles. seen the two play collegiate foot- played all throughthe LEARN TO DRIVEThe
1956 with his
"It could happen. Peeples ball and those who have followed season 'right
The Grambling College senior hand causing him much trouble.He Qeickitt The I..iftt
said International Boxing Club statistics on the two are 'predict- W., Te Le....
a homeric lineman of the old underwent to
an operation rem -
President Jim Norris mentionedsuch ing a very bright future for the
a fight recently. rock-sock tradition turned down two former A & M Rattlers In ve a spur between the index AJAXDRIVING
flattering offers from two Cana- finger and thumb.
With New York and Chicago in dian teams to join the Eagles. professional footballTHE SCHOOL
the running, television sponsorsdo BIG SPORTS QUESTION Manager Walt Alston was a CALL EL 4-0639
Richardson. try his hand at .
not want to black out the lucrative going the rounds now is, "Will very interested watcher as Campy
advertising area as they the professional sport after virtually Negroes ever be' given the same would take his 'ttim at bat and George Perpena

did when Fullmer won the title attaining all the honors chance in golf that they are In was well pleased with the show- 1134 W. 5th Street
that could accrue to a small 'col
other "
on a decision over Robinson in sports? 1 ing.
lege lineman.He .
Madison Square Garden Jan. 2. -
: ft. ..<:; t, r"w-; :.:' i :' ""&<<;=
was selected to several All-
The IBC owns Chicago Stad- American MILWAUKEE BRAVES BOUND Juan Pizarro. :who won 23
elevens and was named
ium, and could promote the show 'games last season while losing 6 with the Jacksonville Braves will
"lineman of theyear" in the Mid-
there at less cost to itself, the West Conference. report to- the Braves' training camp. Along with being the leading Your Old Wooden Structure
blackout situation has a bearing pitcher in the South Atlantic League last season he was chosen the
there too. It is well understoodthat Unassuming to the point of Most Valuable Player. To"keep in shape. Pizarro played winter base. -
modesty and a natural leader, OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING
would rather
TV
sponsors ball in the winter league. He recently recovered from injuries rece1.ed.1D -
blackout Miami than New Yorkor Richardson was the only Negro an automobile accident. Pizarro will be ready to report to

Chicago. college first-team gridder All-American named to berth.a NAIA the Braves..It is reported that he has felt no ill effects from the wreck. '.* CAN! NOW BE CONVERTED .a'_,......._
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Should Miami land the ,Full rsa u
mer-Robinson match, it would be He stands six-feet-three, blocks Into A Beautiful Brick Home't. .
the Miami area's second title and tackles like a tiger, and demonstrated SPORTING IT UP

match within a few months. Joe keen diagnostic ability Red Brick .:. Egg Shell White -:- Buff
Brown successfully defended his and/reflex action during his four- -

lightweight title against Wallace years at Grambling. Here Is Actual Proof .. Before Bricking
p Bud) Smith at Miami Beach Au- Alvin is a product of J. S. Clark BY C.: PAHHAM JOHNSON -

ditorium Feb. 13. High School in'New.Orleans. SPIDER WEBB, sensational and catching. :He, and Duke. Snider :
middleweight boxer of Chicago, were the Dodger batting lead-,
Since no special place has been ,
and Randy Sandy of New York ers in the World Series.BASKETBALL'S t
definitely chosen for the fight, ,
BASEBALL SCHEDULE have been signed to fight in a BILL RUS- a y& .
Miami is making a strong bid for ;"...
10-round televised, match at the SELL, an Ail-American for two
it and many of the people who : ?
Chicago Stadiuni on" March 13. at the University of San
are close to the fight game favor RELEASED AT FAMU years
Miami. ,The International ,Boxing Club Francisco, was announced'recent-

:,made the announcement recently. ly as the winner of the San Fran-

Baseball season' is already NINO VALDES, Cuban heavy- cisco Junior Chamber of Com-

underway at Florida A & M Uni- weight fighter, stopped Joe Er- merce Sportsmanship Award for
I a Watch This Clown versity with the Tampa All-Stars skine, British heavyweight cham- 1956. At present, Russell is the

scheduled to be the opening op pion, in the first round of the talk of the basketball circuit as

24-39-84 ponents for the Rattlers team. fight last week at, Earl's Court he performs for the Boston Celticsin

I 2-19-42 Coach Oscar J. Moore said the Stadium. Valdes weighed 207 Hand the .professional basketball

SIA'C champions will play 26 Erskine 196& The 32yearold league.

games this season. The hose Valdes was ,too much for the LINCOLN UNIVERSITY, of
2' 8
.' games will be played 'at'tentea-: 23-year-old British champion. Oxford Pa. has lost 19 straight
9. 6 nial Field. basketball games. Despite the fact

7 4 The Rattlers' schedule: : March WILLIE greatest MAYS'player is in potentiallythe baseball, that Lincoln has some high rank- The Same Home After Bricking
ing basketball players, they have
r 9-Tampa All-Stars; March 15-18 including Mickey Mantle, accord-
not been able to click
against
I .57-68-74 -Alabama State; March 20- ing to.Jackie Robinson..Robinson
South Carolina State; March 21-22 says he has one of the finest strong competition and every v.
415-71-69
at Tuskegee; March 25-26=:Ala throwing arms and is one of the team they have' played .appears,,
bama A & M March 29.30-at Ala- to be strong.
; deadliest hitters at the plate-
SoattbMS ..'. .p THE BROOKLYN DODGERS
bama State; April 5-6 at More-
Some.lsM.aclaws COACH JAKE :GAITHER ,of are counting very heavily on
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house April -Tuskegee;
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He rtfe, MtaKt*
16- Florida A & & University Rattlers their: big man'Roy Campanella to
He works It tit ire *4 April 12-13-Benedict; April
M 19- has beem appointed to the come through in 1957. Campy has
17 at Alabama A & ;April
important '11-man rules commit suffered setbacks becauseof >
many c>
25-27 at
FOR MARCH 16th 20 Morehouse; April
tee of the American Football that hand injury:which forced
Allen; April 29 Benedict; April t 'y kf'
15-34-61 30 at South 'Carolina State; May Coaches' Association, according toa' hini to miss many games. Roy """w Li

f 2-3-:Allen. recent announcement.- batted .318 in 1955, but in 1956, b ,
he was only able' .to reach 219. 4 -
GIL HODGES, Brooklyn Dod-
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The Dodger front office believes
ger's first baseman, will be start-
that barring accidents, Campy
ing his eleventh season with the !
will come out with one of his
IDISDE For 'Pro.pt Dodgers when he reports for
biggest years since joining the
Delivery Call Spring training at Vera Beach z l l'c
Dodgers. _
this month. He has appeared in .ice/r
i: VICTORY FUEL 150 or more games" 'per season for SANDY AMOROS, the little 4 y
: Brooklyn
seven seasons. :Last- season, the question 'mark of the
:SERVICEEL315M 32-year-old Hodges tied with Dodgers is still un$ gried'and he '

7 ti''tr Junior .Gilliam in most games 'doesn't know yet what the Dodgers -

played 153. In 1956, Hodges are going 'to do with 'him.
played in four different positions Amoros was the star in the 1955 iqC. ".w -

-first. base, left field, right field World Series. BRICKING ELIMINATES COST OF UPKEEP INSULATES YOUR HOME-
JACKIE ROBINSON, the great ___ f
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baseball player:who once starredfor Warmer Winter -:- !
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She Makes" Her Husband the Brooklyn Dodgers,has not COSTS LESS THAN PAINTING

i THIS .. Jut She lost any* of the prestige that he

IS "BABY 00LL" Won't Stay Let Away,The' -Stranger, 'Gol won Everywhere during his'years Jackie is in. scheduledto baseball. I NO MONEY DOWN 1 I LOW ,MONTHLY PAYMENTS .1,

-- speak,.people,turn out in large .
numbers to hear him. He b still FOR FREE; ESTIMATES CALL '

the idol of baseball fans throughout '

.the.-eountry.Recently he,was PHONE EL 4-5863 j
scheduled to speak to the Junior

4t Chamber of Commerce, down in .

Miami Beach. WILLARD CONSTRUCTION CO.1" 1
EMMETT: ASHFORD,. the Ne- "
gro umpire in' the Pacific Coast .

League and who is consideredone SPECIALIZING IN INSULATED.SBBfG ,HEW( EXCITING COLOR BLENDS

of the most, competent and .

colorful one of umpires1 the instructors the businesswas In the NEW HOMES SUIT ALL TYPES REMODELING
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SUN. thru SAT. 1957 Umpires School The instruction I AT LOW COST AT .REASONABLE RATES
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SEEHERATTHETflIB '...... staff. for.,the "Cai1 'em v
..._ March 10- I6 as you'see 'em"College k headed

by Art PassareHa, former major CALL US AMD MB CONVINCED- OBI mdS CANT BE BEAT
t NEW CO-HIT "HKJH THKACE" IO:Ston' REGUlAR 'PUKES!I. league.UI aplre\who is now um-
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Wednesday night he and Rags Compliments y "t Compliments .

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EV 7-5584 known druggist and business leader, the three-store center comes as a welcome convenience to residents of College Gardens Duxkeerille 3308- Lakeshore Blvd.

G. H. Aidersii College Park.. Floradale...Magnolia Gardens and surrounding areas. .
The modern. new center which provides' extra plenty parking space is,occupied by McDuff Appliance Store. leaders.. in appliances:
Birdsey's.Hour and Feed Store. and Lilly's Drugs.

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HEADQUARTERS, FOR DRUGS Seen here is an exterior view of Lilly's Drug Store.. a modernly PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Doctors W. T. Graham and C. i:. Black. two experienced
equippeddrug: store-now in larger quarters and, featuring a wide variety of sundry items and pharmacists who fill.customers prescriptions according: their physicians' formula.. using only the best I

.EDGEWOOD AVE. household_ needs.. _.._.._;:u.._._ _.._..u. ,.__..____ __..<. _._. _w.--._. ':-'='",.Y h.Yrry..Pw.v <'."fytfG quality I' -drugs....._"......are_.....seen.-.... above.'. _Dr...' _Black'.___'. _.who_ .... _is wekl.. -known. to the. community no.. is proprietor..

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Modern Furnished Apartment.Hot LILLY'S FOUNTAIN SERVICE This interior view of Lilly's Drug Store shows its lun HEADQUARTERS.FOR APPLIANCES Here is a view of the newest McDuff Appliance Store.
and cold water. Eastside. counter where delicious lunches and a variety of soft drinks and ice cream are served. Seen hl .Jacksonville's leading appliance dealer which stocks a variety of top name brands in refrigerators.
G Phone EL 5-7282. the counter.. is Margie Thompson one of the efficient attendants. radios. ranges and,other electric goods. McDuff is famed for giving the best,trade. .

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