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Florida star
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Florida star news
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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March 23, 1957
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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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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.)
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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 23, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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; A 26-year-old woman reportedthat
she was brutally manhandled

by a man who! has persistently BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT

,j ? nagged her about going with LAKELAND: (Special) The Lakeland squabble involving an z.

i"'t' him.The ; attempt to fire,a Negro'principal who has been accused of fatheringa
young woman :in relating; "child outrcf .wedloclcJtook
;cStill another turn Thursday as the
the story to the police said a Geo- .
:ur.,.. local PTA"grOupdenied an.earlier.charge that the.integration ssuewa.Ll11
23student at hgttO f 61' .. MEMBERSHIP AWARD GIVEN The A. L. Lewis Branch
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i.r "" 'a- I rr 1'"f: yit7,,;<-. s"( M. came to her house on two pre Thedeni i'I '"con : !! "L.- -- *-*_*t D.A;; ** -.*.-- iw_;:...,..: YWCA "ia"a J-" ., ". lastat'
vious occasions before -.n. --r .u.mODlU" ,
TO SING SUNDAY Talented Mantas Beisch who recently Thursday ..
: letter drafted,.by members the \ l I. --' _.
rhe between &ft.W F..IQhtk tl reat Mrs Had Jllior.;;.; :
night ,March 14, the night of the relationship the (dahJ) -
returned from Paris will be heard in a Candlelight Recital Sunday
Negro Rochelle School PTA Membership Chairman,is .. *
High whites and Negroes *maJdajr e presentation to Mrs.Ward
the
I evening at 6:45 p. m. in St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, Pearl and alleged attack. and sent to. the. Polk, County years ''in Lakeland has over been for being the ouisiandlng membership solicitor. for the recennorire.
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4 She said ,the man tried to get '
UnlonStrseti. H HrMiss school board in Bartow.' turning in 82.paid memberships.
perb the letter continued "and
Betsch is the daughter of the late Mr. John T. Beisch Sr., her to go .out with him but she I
refused time. She said The letter'contends integrationwas :we are happy with it and it is
each she
and Mrs. Mary Lewis Beisch vice, president of, the AfroAmericanLife :
Insurance Company who will,accompany her at the piano. was leaving the movies and he injected into the school row clear that the word 'integration'was "
walked with her to her homeandhe as a means of covering up the mentioned only for subter S. African Government
prime issue. According to backersof fuge.Parents'. .
tried ,to persuade her to go to .

Negro Workman Among 6 a she rooming refused.house with him but court the ouster records movement showing, there Rochelle are 25 Leaders I

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When they .reached her homehe principal Stephen Lewis and faculty Warned Hangs Negro

_ again begged her for a personal member Edward Stricklandwere

Dead In Courthouse Fall date but she refused. On, the order to pay support for Of Diphtheria I
inside he attacked her and twisted children by' women other than BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT .
wJacksonville Pretoria, South Africa The South African conflict a
reached
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their wives. .
her arm, put his knees on her City Health Department
At a school board meeting Monday horrible and 'sorrowful stage this 'week as African patriots who I
A Negro resident of Jacksonville is among the six persons who chest, then started choking her. of ministers urges all persons to resisted the biased rule of the white South African
a group seven governmentwere
,
He had however offered her $6 contact their private physicians or .
I died earlier this week as a result of injuries sustained in the tragedy the board letter which executed.
according to the woman's story gave a the nearest neighborhood health
which occurred at the new Duval,County Courthouse when an elevator leveled South African authorities hanged
the
integration charge.
and she again refused. He became center for shots to prevent diph '
19 workmen five stories the
carrying plunged to ground.
25 natives from six scaffolds
accusation declared "disgruntled"
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brutal and forced her to give in theria. The Health Department
Funeral services will be held
here Thursday while their relatives FAMU FSU
advocates integration .
speedy .

I to him.The woman was examinedby reports a recent flare-up,of diph- '
on Monday March 26 at 3:30 p. which the six men fell to their out Lewis sent a great tribal wall of
to
were get up
deaths. a doctor and it was establishedby theria has occurred in this area,
in
I m. Abyssinia Baptist Church mourning from outside the
fired because he had failed to prison
BUDLETSCUT '
for Dave Atmore, 56. ,of 1130 The Tallahassee Democrat reported examination. that the man had take leadership fen integration.The predominantly among the Negro walls. .
accomplished his 'aim according population. Eleven have
Bertram Street.A that Industrial Commission cases _
Jettertwudraftea The murderous operation took
PTA at
i to police reports. been reported to CUr Health official .J,
native of Poland, Ga., he had files show that A. P. McIn- a special meeting called. for the just 35 minutes:: ORIGINAL REQUESTS
The young woman refused to since March 11.
tosh chief of the department'lndustri of
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resided in this city for 17 years purpose. Among other things it The 25 natives were hanged for SLASHED ,
have the The investigation
man prosecuted. Infants and small children who
l wrote S. L.
and died In Duval Medical Centeron safety, was made by Sgts. J. questioned the status of the ministers have been previously inoculated taking part in a series of raids at The Cabinet budget commission'has
Tuesday, March 19 at 7 p. m. Hodge, general superintendentforthe who signed the letter on Dagga in Natal last year in which recommended a 49 million
H. Miller and O. Johnson. should have booster or follow-up -
George D. Auchter Co., letter '
He:was member of the Abyssinia -" "unsafe a integration as "leaders" shots. Parents are urged io eo- five policemen were clubbed to dollar state building program for
calling attention to "
Baptist Church the Rev. B. The PTA.letter declares: death. the next two years including

L. Wynn pastor and served on conditions" on the job and specifIcally Han Is Slabbed ,"We the undersigned parents of operate.Health center locations are: Wednesday nighi' relatives $5,308,376 for Florida State and

Usher Board 1. declaring students at Rochelle High,School made their farewells to the con Florida A&M Universities. .
Home
Blodgeii
Tuesday Project.
wife "No person should be permitted read in the the demned men. Then they squatted The budget commission action*
Surviving relatives are: having newspaper
to'ride a construction hoist except In Beer ParlorA 1207 Davis SL. 1 'to 3 p. nw 2nd
Mrs. Mattie L. Atmore; stepdaughter and words of certain ministers who Bethel Baptist Church. 5th and through the night outside the is in the form of a recommenda
when
oiling repairing 'tt' of walls of the six where tion to the legislature which willtdraw
Catherine Riley; stepson guides. are not members major churches Blue Sts.. 1 to 3 p. mi Thursday. prisons

,,John L. Riley; brother, Tom George D. Auchter Jr., president 24-year-old man was stabbed .leading ministers, are very Friendship Baptist Cb tth.'earn. the men were distributed: for the the final appropriations bill.' .

Atmore city; other relatives. of the said Thursday during an argument while he anda much disturbed over,the contents. St.11 to 1 p. mj Negro Parental mass executions. The cabinet cut deeply into the.

The body is in charge of Carters ? We deny company ever ,having re- companion were drinking together "There is no question that the Home. 1245 Jessie St. 1:30 to 3:30 Early Thursday, the men were original requests of FSU, A & M,
1098 word 'integration' -mentioned hanged in three of six and and other institutions.FSU's original
who will at Florida Avenue. was : Allen groups
Funeral Home, ceived such notice." p. xnu,Friday.. Chapel., 1 io
make further announcements. any James Alexander Wise of 1108 for 'the reason of drawing atten- 3p.:: m. ..i::-- one of seven in six Pretoria pris request for $3,954,000'was
workers who were in. East First ,St was drinking in a tion from what we were trying to -lowered to $2,628,926.
Negro ons.Prison
jured',in the tragedy and are in Uiiti. ''Skeel'lID! beer parlor when an argument accomplish, and that is to have officials said they ex- A&M had requested $4,642,000and
Brewster Hospital on the "criti started between Wise and Gabriel these teachers dismissed< from Negro Doctor Is pedited the executions as muchas the budget commission recommended

Ernest Whitmore.30, Jackson Jr.,.935 Cemetery Lane. Rochelle ;High School based on possible. The pinioned ,men $2,679,450.The .
cal" list are:
642 W. Church SL; ,Cornelius ,CaJ'Duiat! Fight 'According to police reports, the the court:proceedlngs..over..these Prospective Biyer walked short distances to the board trimmed the original

Lewis, 38, 611 W. Orange St.; two men were arguingover some illegitimate ,children, in, which scaftoIds. University of Florida request'for or
Lawrence Knight, 62, 3615 Moa Harry McCafflster, 33. 812 W. money when the fight started. court proceedings court and FORT LAUDERDALE -;; A FL When the execution notices $3,582,000 to $3,494,500.GET .

crief Rd.; 'Lee Gould. 62, 804 W. Union Street was in a knife duel Jackson allegedly stabbed Wise juries found them to be' the fathers Lauderdale: couple disclosed last were posted on prison walls, a
17th StA following art argument with A..J. In the shoulder. Wise was takento of these illegitimate chil week that they plan to sell their great wail of mourning rose from DIPHTHERIA

"temporary'" construction elevator Jackson at,812 W. Union St.. Frijlay 'D val 'Medical Center d 'eii. $14,500 surburban home to a,Negro the relatives. SHOTS NOW
March 15.; James Ludaway one of the wit.j "Although'evaluation is important doctor.. The home located in
carrying\19 workmen crashed ... ..e ... -
nesses. Dr. Harrell we feel that Rochelle High 'white Wilton Manors community,
five stories to the earth at the McCallkter. reportedly chased pronounced; r ; i
courthouse 4:25 p. m. last Jackson down the street with a Wise dead at 12:05 a. m. Saturday has; never been:accredited In the is near:a.Jumber company which Jacksonville's Most Outstanding Minister.I _
new of butcherknife when the two quar- M.arcl116.The stabbing occurred I past, even with Lewis as a princi- plans to expand its facilities.
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death,
as
Monday, bringing ; and member the unsuccessful in having I : 1.1 |1.-
to 6 and injuries to 14 reled and Jackson came back Friday March 15. pal -faculty They were ... VOTE BLANK -' :
Tuesday with a knife in his hand. The two Witnesses were Rufus Allen for many'years." the area rezoned to prevent the & .' )- v..> '

others.The question of whether: the men tied up and both were cut Gelsey, 18 Dale Quarters or 1223 The tter,here;.refers'sChool'Su.to a recommendation .. company from .proceeding. With I $& "_" :I:Wont Io Cost My Vote for .. : | ,
KcCallister was cut across the Franklin Street; Pete Simmons, by area expansion plans.
George D. Auchter Co acted contrary Carl Cox that Lewis'be The couple. Identified as 'Mr. I fc/V.. ''. .
shoulder. He was 3116 Thelma Street and James pervisor |
instructions given by the back of ,left I *;:'i..:rf.,*","' : I II If
to Duval ,Medical Center Ludaway. K,3rd ,St. allowed to remain on the job until and Mrs. Joe Waldon, have refused '- '- '''-'- .
taken '
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State Industrial Commission loom Dr. Middle- Sgts. J. H. Sfiller and O. A. his appeal to supreme court is to reveal the name of the:: '- r'' ***.* ** Uliiitei re's' aarf'prel
treated -
by
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Thursday when it :was reported: by Carter and released., : : Johnson investigated. .... heard because his suspension at prospective buyer. They hav :: ,".' --I :.P I'I'.i '
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that on Nov. 30 the .Commissionrecommended ,conduct this time might' harm Rochelle's stated howeverthat he is willingto OJF > | .

; that the contractor ed The Sgts.,Investigationjwas J. H. Miller and O. A.Johnson. GET DIPHTHERIA rating by Southern Association of pay the price they are asking: I L idea .. Ouudi J I.
far by
the new courthouse not allow
TOTS NOW Colleges and Secondary Schools- for the home. - .- -
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FLORIDA f r .H-
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1 <' *':."' NEWS' r Politics As Usual I Ib ..:

BT BUG 0. SIMPSON :;
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k ..-.', Published by Tli. Florida' Star.. Pebl '.,hy Ce.MaHky f *.', > 1lit..

Addreu: (This week's. column marks the final In ih series of excerpts 'i;

E .. ,._ P. O. Box 561, .JoeksonvHie 1, Florida.. hens the speech... by LeeierB. Granger Executive 8.e.Yof >
|423 Broad Street,' Jacksonville, Florida Plan .Elffa 44 I the National Uzfcaa Xgu. -la-Washington, D. a February 4'*iih. ;
E 1 Youth Training Co fcence.)

Eric!0.,Simpson ..........._/. -.._....!"_...,..,.....__.._.___ Vocational and trade courses '
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_. Looks Gaiayarrf .................:........._.__. __.............. M-.IaI : and, the t
.C>Pertain Johnson ...............Nw.w..W.w.r.a_._.__ Hewt physical energy whereas the by schools in co-o P- 'I"provided
t TAJteaiae. Rlcbardwn .._...w.ww-.w...,. ......._w.w.ww.. CirceieTWa.i wp* 27th shows that stability in your eration with labor and industry, ,;
.. vocational and financial fields is need to bore.examined : y

'y.,. Member of Associated.Kegro'Frees yours if you do your part con- in t I
scientiously. People higherupseem every commu- f
RATES
SUB$CRIPTIOH -
but this is nity to make
unpredictable, a ,
i On. Year, s f.00; Half :Tear, $3.00; Tlu.. MenHu, $IM } ,
i -:. Mailed To Yoe, Anywhere .la the VeHee States.Subscriptions t condition you can captalize upon certain that R"r
Payable! la AdVanca.. Seed Checks or Meney:Offers; To: to your professional and monetary they are open .
I ..FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE$ 1, 'PLOA advantage. The 31st opens a to qualified i

,.,. period of stepped-up productivity young people
; improved service and a better without racialrestrictions. '& : -
$SegregaiioBism A 'Meiiai SHwjt : state of health. In ; Sr
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14. 5-60-99-59-98-565. this regard,
r minority youth L
It has often been said by psychologists, ministers the SAGITTARIUS need more op- J.\ I _
gospel, educators, and straight thinking men from other Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 portunities- i1. ""'
walks of life that mentally ,sick people.
segregationists are The 25th brings romance and take part in Simpson .
Last week's disclosure by John Kasper that he formerly mix- great enthusiasm for co-operative t d

ed with Negroes and that he maintained personal contact enterprises.The personal and future "school-work" programs so that i

with a Negro as late us last. Christmas while conducting"anantiintegration advantages to accrued they can get firsthand exposure ;

campaign in Clinton, Tenn. certainly indicates '; through wise reflection,and:decisions to the job world, and experience :.\E,

+ a degree of instability. are revealed. The changes under real working conditions. /t;
A mind that believes that integration should be determined made now will bring about a new Minority parents, and the rest ;

by one's geographical lon, would not be considered t t.h and exciting life in the days to of the adult population, need re- j
mature. If you are in the North, integration is all right, if come. The 31st presents further education regarding the values of ,
you are in the South, nothing doing; if there are more whites \ 2 evidence that a period of crea- vocational, trade, and on-the-job i

i than Negroes, integration is all-right, but if Negroes outnum- .'! tiveness, affection, pleasure ,and training, so that there"'will be en1:1'I
ber whites, nothing doing; a Southern ,Negro woman is ,an : education is at hand. Accept all couragement in the home and u

i enemy, to be taunted. harrassed and barred from attending r fh r .1 the cooperation available. the general community, for youthto
1 school 'with whites, but a northern Negro woman is a."finegirl" ? -_ I4t__ 3-50-66-49-63-366. prepare for the so-called "blue-
worthy of being remembered at Christmas- time. A collar" occupations. !:
mind that can turn its likes and dislikes for a race'"off' and CAPRICORN Activities in the
"Civil,. ,Righte Legislation, Will, Aid the Team Work Iii Doing the Job" Negro community
i "on" at the drop of- a hat certainly would not be considered Bom Dec..22 thru Jan.10 must be stepped up and expanded ;;
stable. A mind that considers the theories of an inmate of a matic'developments. You help the Keep striving for good fortune. so that leadership groups '
mental hospital to be sound certainly bears watching, ,especially fulfillment of your long-range} The :happy developments of the that come in direct contact with
when he is a "leader." plans when administer past quarter have ,not yet done Negro fathers and mothers and "
Your you your
: Of course, we are forced to agree with the straight think W.ekly : : cash and other resources judici- with you.. The-2Sth urges you to their children will become awareof '

ing group because facts indicate that segregationists ar not :' ously. The New Moon (31st) re- keep striving until ,you extract what they must do to help Ne- .
+ willing to face reality when it comes to ,indicating reasons Horoscope 'GuideWHICH veals that your future hinges on the very last crumb of the benefits gro youth prepare fort etter jobs.

why .the different races should not mix when it comes to' 4-' what you do henceforward. that have come your way.The Several local Leagues, notably t':
considering( .a man's true worth based on intellect. ARE YOUR LUCKY'.DAYS, FOR 1--40.88-39-87-147. 27th.has helped to provide a very Chicago, Pittsburgh and Colum
: The facts of the case in point speak poorly :for ,man valuable lesson which has not bus, have already moved forward 1 r.:
holding the Master's' Degree from one of the country's g BUSINESS] LOVE TRAVEL IL VIRGO been lost on you, and which you to expand existing services to I'

universities who lived in an integrated community aad was 'PAILO The. ASTROLOGER can turn to your resent as wellas meet some of the'needs we are
y Born Aug. 24 thru Bel'Z3
so;haPPYy doing so that he "didn't think about segregation. future economic advantage.Even discussing here.A .
Yet he professes an interest in the "South's fight for,statesrights" 1 This is a week when ambition, the unexpected, in the formof guidance project might be
after he came South"and"saw towns 'where Negroes AMES yourself go in your social and fra- aggressiveness acumen and sur- Venus trine Uranus, takes a initiated in selected communities,
Bora March 21 ttma April 19 ternal circles'while under prise developments combine to
are
outnumbered. whites. I you hand in benefiting you, your dear to demonstrate how adequate and
The sad part of'the matter,is that it is usually-such.shallow There is no need to slow down 'II'the stimulating and beneficial Influences improve personal and joint economic ones and'members of the family personalized guidance servicescan

thinking as, this case-presents that ,motivates race ets, I the pace .established during the I created during this period prospects. Hard work and group. assist able youth to remain in t..
I picketing of citizens' homes, tossing of bombs and other:criminal preceding week as you are again I : Old friends .will become alertness on your part go far to 7--30 -(I-21-41-731. school and get training. This pro
& favored fine friendlier and should help you win an objective and
acts. by exceptionally new ones gram ,should be designed fb fit {
We think it is time for the so-called segregaUofiists-tb planetary configurations. Your .i add additional zest to your life. rewards on the 25th.,Examine the Q8A1HUS. the special needs of minority z

open their eyes, look, the matter squarely in. the -faee, iand personal l magnetism, backed ,by The Geminians who have no pre benefits accruing from the exploitation Born-Jan) thru Feb.-18 youth who show interest in planning .
determine their true reasons for wanting to maintain segre enthusiasm resourcefulness: Intuition viously established ties may find of land, old propertiesand You have all that the planets .for the future, and who possess -

gation. If they are honest, they will admit after:such 'questioning and inventiveness should be this an excellent opportunity to I residential or family projects. have to offer ,in gaining -yourheart's aptitudes and abilities for
exploited to the hilt Any steps playwthe'f1eld until they find the I Fate works for you again and
that the real reason is EXPLOITATION.. desires, convincing loved the skilled technical; and scientific -
11 i- i \ you now take in the way of men- person of their choice to share showers its material and other ones and forming ties that should fields.

R tal, personal. and spiritual devel- their, journey .Into the,, unpredictable blessings. The New Moon ((31st) change the course of your life There is need for pilot demon-
Florida Men erwiieThese opment are bound to bear fruit at future. will help you to give life to domestic
In Armed : for the better. The .25th and 27th stration projects that will develop i 0
the proper time. Also consider 350-() :=44-49-43-343. ,. savings investments and
and 28th start
k poof eJar p J Manse L"Jcta1"to-assictain
security projects which it is
your.
travel cn t
projects study courses, '
I ,'-'" ?? vety and fo-r the benefit _
desire t 76-879.4 families migrating from rural
child-welfare pursuits and the attractions to
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I of..romance****"IS**'? I ._._. \JCI1R".--- ";_: _rtwI :_; those you love, your associates, urban areas to take up permanent v
cunutiuioM 1n your life permit. The .eventa*:.-of" the previous your friends and neighbors, You, residence. The problems attendantto
2-30-66-29-65-236. week, should provide the Incentive LIBRA hi turn, will also obtain many ad- such migration are becoming
I 1 for :to 'valiant efforts Born Sepi. 24 thru Oct. 23 in the form of
you step up vantages ,,affection, very acute in some of our major.
TAURUS to achieve your main ob- Research long trips, study and advice and staunch support for industrial cities. The adjustment

Born April 20th thru May 20th jectives in your business, professional contacts with persons who can your creative ideas and achieve needs of these families Negro

If you, have!failed to take advantage workaday circles. Be contribute greatly to your material ments. and white, call for special atten
_ of the excellent openingsto hind-the-scenes maneuvers as and spiritual development 9 20-11-19-15-219., tion. The children particularly,, .
gain your heart's desires dur- well as the more,direct ones will should become your main pointsof need' help in meeting the new* ;;<:
ing the'preceding week there are get you the coveted prize. This interest for awhile. Excellent PISCES types of personal relationships
many more occasions to do this will also enable you to establisha conditions prevail for interviews, Bom Feb. 19 thru March 20 required in city schools-especil 1
week. The 25th opens the back firmer basis for economic pro legal consel and discussions which The many'promising indications ally in Integrated schools. ,,* .: *
four Jacksonville men are preparing to make their contri is will make. it possible for you to i outlined the '
door to monetary gains. It high gress and security for yourselfand during previous Federal, state and city goVernments -
button, io the U. S. Armed services.. ly recommended that you keep those who share your life. take concrete steps to make your week are reinforced by additional and social welfare
+', First photo; William Roy Daniels. 19 son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie your fiscal operations confidential The New Moon ((31st) promises life, present and future, an inter- I favorable aspects. Be energetic agencies need to plan cooper '
Roller 740 Baker Avenue,is completing his Air Force basic military esting and fulfilling one. The 31st "
and salt away surplus'profits further successes to come. and secretive,'When you can profit tively on a long-range basis#for.
training at Lackland Air Force Base "Gateway Io the Air Force. shows that should place considerable
in joint or private accounts where 9-70-55-59-54-075. you I through building, housing and this family djustment program.
His training is preparing him for entrance into Air Force technical they can grow 'and create a feeling .. reliance on your spouseor 'real estate ventures. The-27th en- And, finally, we are hopeful
training for an Air ,Force duty ,assignment. The course includes of' security. Unexpected de- LEO other key'associates when you hances good judgment In dealing that increasingly business and
scientific evaluation of his aptitude and inclination for following a velopments bring your hopes to Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 have to make far-reaching deci- with officials or business people industry in all sections of the

particular career field. happy? fruition when you have Everything should go your way sions. I which will reflect to your advan- country will take voluntary steps:
Second photo: Abraham L. Isham. III. 18.on'of Mrs. AbrahamL. done your part.64033l232.610.. this week if you can see far ahead 4-20-11-19-1211.. tage or add to your reputation. to extend equal opportunities for -
Isham 1572 W. Eleventh Street is completing his Air Force basic : and establish the conditions that The 28th abets your inventive training and employment, and
military training at Lackland,Air Force Base. He Is being"prepared will bring you new friends, SCORPIO I spirit in the handling of tasks, thus supply the motivation that -
for entrance into Air Force technical' training or for an Air Force GEMINI knowledge, experience, romance Born Oct.. 24 thru Nov. 24 service questions and financing. must come from outsIde. the Negro
duty assignment. Lackland Is situated near San Antonio Texas. Born May 21 thru June 21 and opportunities to travel far Whether you accomplished 9-70-55-67-52-452. community. i,
Third photo: Samuel L. Flood. Jr.. son of Mr. ,and Mrs. SamuelL. I
This week takes on even more afield. Respond to your creative everything you set out to do the
Flood Sr:. 2299 Calvin St.. Is also competing his basic training at color -and excitement than the urges,''the1 lead of,inspiration and week previously or not, there are
"Gateway to the Air Force." Lackland is the site of Air Force preceding one which certainlywas the faith that your,hopes will be still many prizes to be won. The

basic military training for men and women and home of the USAF not dull to say the least. Let realized through sudden and dra 25th creates sufficient nervous .
Officer Military School of which the USAF Officer Candidate

,School the USAF Pre-Flight' School .and Officers .Pre Flight Group

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Fourth photo: Airman Basic Wilson EllIs. son. of Mrs Katie L. BUSINESS

Ellis 628 S. Lincoln Court has been,assigned to the Student Cooking ,
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School at Amarillo Air Force Base.where he will receive specialized .
Draining in one of of the Air Force's foremost technical courses.: Formerly Services and Products :

a student at New Stanton Senior .High ,School Airman Ellis :, ..
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home of-thefonher: 1021'W.. State their ,daughter, ,Dorothy Gwendolyn, to Walter Butler, A/C 3, [ if
I Street. which will,take place Saturday evening, March 30, in !tit. Zion AME *
'''': Church, Southside. The ceremony will ,begin"at 8 ,o'clock. t.
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New CenturySchool home of Miss James' parents, 1755 Brewster Road.' Friends" of :the, I I
couple are invited. .

_-_----.- Sets "Fashion fantasy" GLORIA JEAN GLOVER *
a SPELMAN. CLUB SPONSORS TEA James Weldon Johnson I .1
HOLD PLANNING MEETING Members of Ihe Seminole Culture Club Junior School *
are seen at the Youth 4IUh
The Spelman Club of Jacksonville will sponsor a Founders' Day, f
Center i on Laura Street where they held a. 'planning meeting' recently. Games were played following The "Fashion!"Fantasy" plannedby Tea, Sunday March 24, from 4:00 ,to, 600; P.. &L, at ,the' Zeta..House, Pepsi-Cola and Pepsi-Cola BottUnr dealen Co. '
the business session. *> New Century School will,, be ,
pay tribute this week to
422 West Beaver Street Friends are invited.
Top photo., left to rigni (Sealed) Norma June Wilson, Marilyn Wesley. Joyce Pauline. Serena presented April 23 in Houston eeBUSINESS' extra Gloria curricular Jean Glover.activities Her *
who is Little Miss Truex club Hall, 1705 W. Monroe rSt.rear.: Include membership In *
Joyner holding Pauline mascot: Joyce Graham Barbara Easton: HoustonXiaVerne: AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN HONOR MEMBERThe the creative dance group
(standing) Mrs. Calvin Williams, sponsor; Mrs. James Joyner.Mrs.,'Laurel Woodbury, and Mrs. J. W. Rosemary < arrival of Little Miss Arora Moneka to Mr. and Mrs. David and participation In. *
Ivy, Shirley Whittaker; Bebe number of sports. Dancing -
Pauline. M. Goolsby was celebrated by,a' shower sponsored by the Businessand is her favorite pastime. -
Sherman, Brenda Jackson, Renee .
Bottom photo: Norma Wilson Joseph Pauline Marilyn Wesley. Michael Wilson and Joyce Jackson, Deborah Johnson Tony' :Professional Women's Club of,4he!iBranchyWCA.. -The te&air i

Pauline are 'enjoying 'a game of Bingo.CHILBHEHJS Stephens. Bernard :Butts, Leon was held last Sunday evening the Goolsby's home, 2209" Jdoncrief ** *

-- -. Smith Juanita,Gelzer,.:and:Ethel' Road. .
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Participating in the shower were: Eva Satterwhite, Mrs.
Mondul are Jnch dedlon ;the list :
Glendale ,Club Schedules of models for the*show. Margery Steward, Mrs. Opal;PprteeMrs; ; Jren pOwdel ,lWrs.]! Mar. \* II I
vyn Jenkins, Mrs. Betty Thompson, Mrs. Alice Johnson, Mrs. Mer- .< I:

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: Mitchell Johnson, Miss Fannie Blue, Mrs. ;Jewel. Alexander,' Mrs.

feet are pretty- Glendale Social Jax, ..Business League Ossie B. Williams, Mrs... Beulah Harris, Mrs. Inna .Lynch, presidentof : I
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and :Charity Club will hold its Holds Planning I Meet the organization; -Mrs. Lois:Ifll...young.adultsd1rec or.JU1d Mrs.

in Pansy Washington, guest.
.' Ninth Anniversary observance i ..e ,. e, .
Ple.nino I March 29 in 'Mt. Ararat Baptist The JacksonviUe,Busirjess .League -i *
MRS. GENEVA MATHIS' HERE FOR WEEKENDMrs.
Church,''21st and Davis streets. met last Thursday evening:at
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Geneva Martin of Beach
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over the past week-end.: Mrs. Mathls is the sister of Mrs. Arlene
other; groups will 'appear on around plans for the state convention Felton of ,this city. *

Young ityling that retains its the program. scheduled to be ;held I '! e I'JW nSnxR
April 4-5 in Tallahassee,,;and the .
good locks, fit end '' I MONCRUT CLUB PLANS TEA few, Stanton Senior
'EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY SET matter of developing and publishing -! Mrs. T. Jones of 1424"W.(Eleventh Street will be hostess to theAnnualSprlng"eaof ,JU&11 School
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The Goodwill Sewing and Sav- Jacksonville area. in her March 24, from. 4:00 sto' !)O'p. m.,Miss honor student. Re is a t
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To Officiate r "The Power Of The Right Choice"

, BY REV. SAMUEL P. NESBITT

ASSISTANT PASTOR OF CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST TEMPLE
I The Rev. Mr. Wilbert B. Miller, ST., whose pastoral duties at .
-; Laura Street'Presbyterian Church began last January, will be pffi- r : PART HI '-
church next Sunday, March 31, at7:00.m. c
} cially: installed as pastor of the $ IlL The historical record shows that the salvation of mankind

of any given time in history came about as the result of worthwhile
.
Dr. Jesse B. Barber of New 1t choices which were made and fought through by men and women
,departmental Rev. Miller is a graduate of I who had a sense of moral responsibility.
work tlje Morehouse College"and Gammon L The inspiration which God's ,

Blue Ridge Synods and associate Theological Seminary both located men have received did not always
II secretary of the Division of Evan- in Atlanta, Ga. He is a native come from those in whose inter-
,: -" gelism, will officiate at the cere- of Miami, Florida. wq K.yXy1r est they worked and sacrificed,
"'mony. He will be assisted by Dr.C. but it came from an inner,feelingof
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".i. W. Talley of Cheraw, S. C., t obligation to God and to man.
.j field representative secretary for Anniversary Continues At' times it seemed that all the
the Atlantic Synod.. world was against them, but they
! .: ..' 'Both the Westminister and the At Sweetfield Baptist recognized that they had made a i .

t ,': Senior choirs will furnish music _..._. iii ; vow unto the Lord, and they v +
...'for the occasion. The Sweetfield Baptist Church DAY-INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS Branch Officers of the A. L.Lewis Branch would not take it back. They .
Officers of the church announ- will continue its 56th anniversary YWCA attending the Joint ceremonies,held'last Sunday are seen here. along with several members. fought 0 n uncompromisingly; t
.. ced that the entire community is observance through Sunday, at Seated. left to right: Mrs. Thomas McGee, Branch Chairman: Mrs. M. L. Laison. First Vice against hardships (spiritual and
Invited to witness the ceremonyand which time the Rev. Mrs. Marie Chairman; Mrs. L. Porter Green, Second Vice Chairman: Mrs. O. H. Bradham Finance 'ChalmwuMrs. physical), but they or someone
also to enjoy a fellowshiphour Washington will be the speaker. David H. Dwight Sr.. YWCA Week: and Mrs. Leola Solomon YWCA Week. who followed in their ,steps \
that will be held earlierin Music will be furnished by the Standing left to right: Mrs. S. N. Starks. Courtesy Committee Chairman Mrs.: Fleet H. Alex brought into existence the com- tsi
the day.. male chorus. All districts will be ander, Membership Chairman; Mrs. L-H. Burner II, Y-Teen Committee Chairman; Mrs. Ruby Mor- pletion of the tasks to which they $ ,
called on to make theIr'reports. rissette. Personnel Committee Chairman Mrs. Fred A. Dixon Branch Executive Director Mrs. Gloria had first set their hands. Even
I i Cornelius Garner, Founders' Chairman. though people did not understand
Holmes Musical Revue Committee Chairman: ; and Mrs. Day
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'theII\-God did-and He gave
Rev. Prison Will Preach
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At Emanuel Baptist Vocal-Organ Mrs. R. BenthoneMrs. Nolan To Speak Sunday St. Matthew District Caleidar Tea Set changed tried to hinder the course them.of Their history works and : ;t

'I a.R At Grant Memorial AME Slates Anniversary reshaped the path down which people have walked over the cen- A
R The Rev. J. W. Prison pastor of will be By Church School turies. This is the Spirit which was in Moses and Elijah, and I feel r
P. Benthone
.*. First Baptist Church, Florence- R. and I District t:1: of.St. Matthew Baptist that there are many of us, in these, times, who are pregnant with i.
will deliver the evening heard in a combination organ Dr. B. J. Nolan, editor of the
1't.! yilla at Emanuel Baptist vocal redtal April 1, at 8:15: p. m., :Southwestern Christian Recorder, Church will observe its anni- The Church School of Ebenezer the same Spirit. I Idoubt'
message Sunday IV. Those of us who decide for the right need not fear nor
in the auditorium of Day Spring Nashville:Tenn.will be the Men's versary Sunday in the home of Methodist Church will sponsor a
which time the
Church at do the for God will needs and
our ability to job supply our
the Emma Watkins
Mrs.
Baptist Church. Day speaker at Grant Memorial president, Calendar Tea Sunday from 4 to
convention will be in
I II auxiliary Mrs. Benthone is accompanistfor AME Church Sunday at 11 a..m. 1362'W. 25th St. Mrs. Etta 6,p. m. in the church auditorium. will guarantee us the victory in all our'efforts. ..4
progress. Brooks will be the speaker.The Today there are many of us in position to give leadership in
Representations by months are:
I % The message for the morning the Isaiah Blocker Junior High Male groups under the direc- various areas of human development, but we doubt ourselves and I F:
School, Chorus and director of tion of Carter T. Lewis and Rich Deaconess Board will ob- January, Mrs. Rosa Lee Jenkins; ,''\
4 will be delivered by the Rev. W. we lack the necessary faith in God which is a prerequisite to the
4 of Spring render the serve its 24th anniversary Sundayat February, Mrs. V. B. Muse;
will
Choirs 1 and Day ard McBride
of Bethel BapIt' is before One with alter-
I H. Calhoun, pastor power to decide. There placed us way an
3 m. in the home of Deacon March, Mrs. B. C. Emanuel;April,
p.
Church. Ira D. Hinson has
Baptist music.The Rev.
Winter Park, followed is of and the alter-
the
: tist Church, native way. The Way Way righteousness,
Miss Johnnie Fisher Miss Natha
several events that and Mrs. S. Jones, 1560W.. 30th _
v by baptism. j The program is under the au-, announced Frincia native way is the way of unrighteousness. The Way puts us In posi-
Street. The speaker will be the lie Cleminons; May.Mrs.
, The service will continue spices of the Sunday School Department will ke'prace' observance oMen's tion to work for the enhancement of the status of all mankind every-
Rev. Mrs. Marie Washington. The Rice; June, Mrs. Fleet Alexander;
throughout the week. Day. where and to so guide the thought patterns of the minds of men in
St Matthew Trio will sing. July, Mrs. Alice Skinner, Miss
A I such a way that there will be no reason why they should seek to
Edith Boyd August, Mrs. Mary
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District 1 will observe its home-
perform any acts which would not be just and right in the sight of
a Your Old Wooden Structuro coming day program Sunday at' Wilson beth Austin; September; October, ,Mrs.Mrs.Elita-Lem- God and man. The task may seem too big for us, and I grant youth
1627 Tyler Street. Chicken dinners t it is, without God. But if we will, as Moses, weigh the past
mie Maxwell November Mrs.
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will also be sold Saturday the in of what desire the future to be
t against present light we we
OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING Arline Ayers; December, Mrs.
afternoon.. District 2 will spon- l attie'l. James. will find that the God who protected our heritage in the past, is
; sor a pew,rally Sunday. cha\r-\ now and always be, we should have a good ground upon which to
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Joe H. James general
; f .< CAN NOW BE CONVERTED District 5 will sell sea food din- place the roots of our choice.
man for the affair, Mrs. Elizabeth
ners Saturday at 1228 W. 24th St., of who will inabili-
to-chairman There are those us perhaps startlisting our
Brick Austin and Mrs.
f- Into Beautiful Home beginning, at. noon.Jerusalem ,. Fleet Alexander, program chair- ties and non-capabilities, but I tell you that just as God had an
Aaron ready to talk for,Moses; and just as He had three stones ready i
< .c Red Brick .:- Egg Shell White -:- Buff man.A well planned program will for David, and just as He had the worms ready for the birds this
1...' To Observe morning, so will He have all of the. things which are necessary for
be rendered and hasbeenexlended.anJnvitatioru
'.\ } ere' b Actual Proof Before Bricking everyone. our success when our decisions are for Right. By going Right we
;- ;;- 'trs-yuUrl vD und.y : Carr Influence others to do the name, for "hearts can inspire other

: -- hearts with their fire, for the strong will obey when a strong man
t :; fp'Srr New Jerusalem Baptist Church 'Mission Group To Hear shows them the way." Moses is looking at us today, and so is Elijah;
will observe Youth Day Sunday and they will come to us as they did to Jesus on the Mount of Trans-
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; :f beginning with the Sunday Mrs. D. figuration if we will follow after them. Therefore let us in the lightof

School at 9:30 a. m. all who are expecting great things of us, and all of those who
: .: The pastor, the Rev. W. A. D. Ward Nichols, wife of are crying for leadership and proper guidance, and all that is withinus
f ,.. 'r. _'., bV' -:{'''',.' '> .".' -', ,. ,,'" <..,...,.*.1'.,.>>'k: Mack'will preach at 11 a. m. District the Rt Rev. D. Ward Nichols, which urges us to get up and do something-Resolve-"To be true

3' will meet at 3:30 in the presiding prelate of the 11th Epis- for there are those who trust us, to be brave, for there is much to
home of Mrs. Catherine Wellington. copal District,,. AME Church will dare: TO CHOOSE NOW FOR THE RIGHT.
At 5:30: p. m. the BTU will speak March 31 at the Lillian PRAYER: 0 Lord; give us the power of heart and mind which is nec
convene. Evening service at 6:30. Sutton Bonner Missionary Auxiliary essary to give us strength to decide;; and 0 Lord, grant that we will
program. choose to serve Thee with all our hearts and with all our strength.

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    I;I : ,Integration Issue, Seen Behind Lakeland. ,School, Row : 'I


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    *Paieraiif Case Ami Faciif Older nzS_ 1niIw1r1 UT -- The Walker College Glee Club Althea Miller, Janie Dibble, Re-.
    will be presented in recital April nell Brown, Rose Telfair, Corine
    .I 4 -dL-- 1, at st. Paul AME Church.. Hopps Ann Robinson, Rose
    BARTOW ;- A Negro school principal's coolness towards inv Mrs. Ruth B. McMillan, dire Lloyd, Ann Nealous, Ella Mae
    mediate integration is the real reason a "!group; of school patrons want tor, announced that the group Middleton, Mae Gillis, Altamease s
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    J to have him ousted the Polk County school board was told in a will render classical, folk and Robinson, Walter Robinson, Jake

    I letter from seven Lakeland ministers. spiritual selections. Miss Rosa McCounts, Charles Smith, Joe
    Stephen N. Lewis, principal of W4.q.M. Lynn Harris will serve as accompanist Grate and John Russ.L .
    Rochelle High School at Lakeland The letter from the. ministers A. Christian will serve ,as t
    recently was convicted in a paternity blamed the petition for Lewis' The choir is composed of the master of ceremonies for the program I

    suit in circuit court and ouster on "disgruntled membersof following persons: Delores Trapp, which is under the auspicesof

    i 4. Negro delegation asked the our race." Eliza' Graham, Evelyn, Blackwell, Stewardess Board 2.

    board at its last meeting to fire "These people," the ministers ----_--_ ---___ --If"-.. ----_-.
    ,i Lewis. wrote "take the position' that WI'''?.'''::""' ::II''':;. I"' ;; '" ;:1J.::.. J 11M:;; L.iJI.iJI.IJNew

    The ministers and Rochelle fac- Prof. Lewis is not taking the Ritz Theatre 8

    ulty members came to Lewis' defense leadership in integration of our
    : in letters presented to the schools."'They added that they Exclusive Road Show Engagement
    : "board Monday. Both groups ex- themselves Lewis and the ma-
    t:, pressed their confidence in Lewis jority of Negroes, view the integration Q ?' y''woe8b v.tr e> : ;x ark Rai e z. d.. :

    and in his innocence of the. pater- problems as one that wa. .. .x nf a:i ....."' .'T ,''---N'_ _,__ .,Awna:+r ic? : eJ ........ x$< ,. li1 tt
    nity charge. "must be worked out by slow PLAN "BIG BROADCAST"' The Dad*""Club of New Stanton Senior High School busy with f fa

    Lewis'... attorney told the board process and not one to be thrust plans 'for the "Big 'Broadcast," a talent show scheduled 'lo be held April 3. in the school auditorium. i

    the.principal, is appealing from upon either of I the. circuit court verdict and the ." Left: to rights (seated)'Bennie W. Scott. treasurer J. J. Johnson business manager B. J. Sloan. :
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    r date for a hearing on whether he The ministers also said they president L. L Stukes. recording secretary; J. T. Gilmore. rice president (standing) Paul 'T. Bennett ;

    shall be continued in his job was know the "reputation" of Lewis' Srj L. D. Mungin and Major T. Cummings.
    postponed pending outcome of the accuser and believe that the prin- :
    is innocent.
    cipal
    appeal. '
    Board members, refused to act NEW STANTON SETS FRATERNAL_NOTES I

    on the urging of an attorney for COLLEGE DAY ,FRIDAYThe
    I the school patrons that Lewis and Joyce Bryaal '_ SIXTIETH; ANNIVERSARY Commander. Joseph Clark, paid rr
    Edward Strickland, Rochelle DCT FOR'PYTI'' ANS. CALANTHESThe his official visit to Sir Knight

    coordinator, be suspended imme- To AppearHere Student Council of New Knights of Pythias and Templars of Jacksonville and Du
    diately. : Stanton Senior High School is Courts of Calanthes will celebrate val County last Wednesday evening i "Mr. DeMnie's moving portrayal of &1
    Strickland will be given a hear sponsoring "College Day" at the their 60th Anniversary and at the Masonic Temple, 410 THE TEN COMMANDMENTS win spiritually enrich fee tI
    Bryant, former nightcluband school next Friday, March 29, and Thanksgiving ice Broad Street fa
    ing at 9:30: a. In. April 15'and at Joyce -s e r v Sunday fires of all who ate it. ntuircu curium sftutuui.CmlB .
    I 2 p. in. Eddie Neece, a teacher at television entertainer, will representatives from 13 leading afternoon,March 24, at 3 o'clock wi.wir t/N Pen.
    Oakland High School in Haines appear in concert here in the colleges in the southeastern states at Second Bethel Baptist Church. ISAAC HOLLAND r

    City, will have ,a hearing. Both, Duval County Armory, corner of will be on hand to give first hand The Rev. Mr. J. S. Liptrot' will PAID FINAL TRIBUTE
    like Lewis, have been ordered by State and Market Streets, Sunday information about college life, deliver the sermon.
    the circuit court to pay for the night, March 31, at 9 o'clock. cost and available scholarships. Second Bethel Baptist Churchis Funeral services were held Wlilles

    support of illegitimate children. The,presentation is under spon- Frederick Richardson, presidentof located Qne block from the Wednesday at Bethel Baptist
    , of the Haven Gator Bowl./ Church, Southside, ,for Isaac
    sorship Happy the student council, announcedthat ;
    Home for the Aged, which is all former graduates and sen- Bradley Holland. of 2320 Jeru- 1 CommandmentsCHAXLTON I
    , salem Street.
    I : STANTON BAND SETS handling tickets for the concert. iors of nearby schools are invitedto ORATORICAL CONTESTAT
    He was member and past Chancellor -
    Advance tickets are availableat attend. ELKS AUDITORIUMThe
    ; r CONCERT FRIDAY the Hollywood Music Store, The following schools will be Pride of Maceo Temple of Prosperity Lodge 124,

    I '' 605 West Ashley Street, arid from represented: Allen University, 186, IBPOEW, met during the Knights of Pythias, Pallbearer Society YUl ANNt CDVAKOO
    r 6 and American
    i i The Symphonic Band of New the Milton Hood's' Quest House, Bethune-Cookman College,. Ben- week at the Elks Auditorium, 712 244. Legion Post HE5TON BRYNNERBAXTER-ROBINSON

    I \ Stanton Senior High School will 836 W. Church Street, for $1.25 nett College, Brewster School of W. Duval St. Mrs. Hattie L WON Nt MBRA JOHN

    ,. present its ninth annual spring each. 'Tickets at the door on the Nursing Edward Waters College, James, daughter ruler, presided, see. DE CAAlO' PAGET- DEREK
    i concert Friday March 22, 1957 at night of the affair will sell for Florida A & M University, Flor- over the meeting. EARLS CHAPTER,NO. 36 OES

    } 8:00: p. m. in the school auditor- $1.50 each. ida Normal Meharry, Morris The education committee of the Earls Chapter No. 36, OES, will StCCDUC NINA AMTHA JUDITH. 'ttNCOV
    :Milton Hood, promoter for the Brown, Morehouse Paine, Spel- Elk Family met also and completed meet Wednesday, March 2?, 5:00p. : HARDWICKEFOCH SCOTT ANDERSON PRICt
    ium.The band, under the direction H'ippy: Haven Home for the Aged, man and Tuskegee Institute. plans for the Oratorical nu at the Masonic Temple, 410 ....F e._IAOIW R csurrt...w:.L wcc x.as CNISS.1'ItDIIC. a sear..
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    '" of K. D. McFarlin, has made an announced that the following women Contest scheduled to be held Fri- Broad Street. ..I a.rt.wrtOtrlc

    enviable record for itself in the will appear as hostesses during day night,March 22. Joe H.Jamesis Mrs. Willie Mae Shipp W. M.. .owoxa e' ..
    field of concert and marching the concert: ."Versifiers" To AppearAt chairman. announced that all members who
    t bands. The group is known as the Mesdames Mary Ann Crawford, have not paid their Grand Chap- f
    : "Marching Blue Devils," and it is Myrtle Means, Mildred Hood First Corinth ChurchThe FIDELITY LODGE ter dues are asked to do so at

    noted for its precision quick-steps Davis, Wilhelmina Anderson, <. MOURNS DOHSEY this meeting. .Members are ex-

    marching and solid martial sound. Margaret Costello, Theora Leg- "Versiteers" Gospel Singers Funeral..services were held last pected to be present.
    : -. The Stanton Symphonic Band 'gins, Flora Reese, Ruby Kilpat- will present a program Sun- Tuesday at' Mt Calvary BaptistChtirth.for"William.Dorsey .e. /

    of '.' -which presents concerts both in rick, Mary Taylor, Janie Cannon, ,day night, March 24, immediately of 135 ,- GRAND UNION -_ ._ PRICES -
    1 out of the city, includes in Ella Mae Albertie, Virginia Free- ; 90c ..
    and following the evening service at Oak St. He was a native of Amer- PALLBEARERS.Grand / Matinee 12.4 -- Adults ;;
    its repet9ire music of many varie- man, Clementine Wiggins, Pearl To Closing Adults $1.24
    Evening
    First Corinth Baptist Church. ieus, Ga. but had lived in Jacksonville Union Pallbearers LodgeNo.
    ties. Marches, popular music, Fisher Vermeil Glover, Thelma Children SOc All Times
    Proceeds from the affair will for the past 22 years. 211 announce an afternoontea I
    band novelties, religious music, Belliny, Geneva Guyton, Miss benefit the church's building He was a member 'Fidelity scheduled to be held Sunday, Continuous Performance.Shows at 12." and 8 p.m.
    suites, overtures, and symphonies Lola Romans, Miss Mary Price, drive which will terminate in Lodge 251. March 24, from 4 to 6'p. m. in the .
    from the works of the great mas- Miss Gloria Jones and Miss Del- April. .' home of Mr. V. W. Edwards, 1858 (i9 ill *fl.OK*B..MttU rmSuOau*THEtHIOOUMANDMENTS" .
    to aD.zdudTe Migagwnnt elftmatrM.
    ters of music are performed. phia Maynor. First Corinth is located on the EMINENT COMMANDERPAYS Johnson Street. The Pallbearers' ...> .During thl .agagnMOt U win oat beela.ro
    Tickets for the concert are on Hostesses are expected assemble te ohm .at.la tbII --
    corner of Duval and Madison OFFICIAL VISIT lodge with the largest attendancewill i ear ana
    : sale and may be purchased from j I I at the Armory Sunday Street The Grand Deputy Eminent be given an award. "'CEKEKEJEtEJCEJGElCSCIEJtEJSPECIAL
    members of the band and the evening March 31, before 8:45 I

    Band Parents Club. ..I,I o'clock. .


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    '.t "Speech great but silence is greater.". -r Carlyle. +_ r .. L& $
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    I ":,-. Last week we sent, out an invitation to.Ids Doris.,Harris piHastings !

    '; 1< to be our movie..guest.. Miss,Harris is the...daughter, of Mr.

    -, and Mrs. W. E. Harris. She is employed by the Board of Public! Inrjstruciipn .-
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    ':this column last week. tk L' J

    This week we are inviting a .v

    =proung man whom I.have known.along St. Augusfeino"JOCKEY

    time. He lives a very short $
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    ':" ,railroad employee. His favorite"son8is '
    ., ST. AUGUSTINE -:Bob Hud -
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    son,.Jacksonville dis }ockey,,will .. NEW PRESENTATION Some of the. groups who have appeared on the p. m. each Saturday. The program as in the past will be aired over station WRHC

    '__-,,.Whiter he.knows, .,.Tharv that Snow is meant'am for him sure emcee the"Jocjcey) Bopper' Ball? Pepsi Teen.... Time show, during .the two years ':Jthe popular teen-agers'. ,show was and in addition will provide teen-agers the opportunity of dancing as well as

    will tell scheduled to, be held*March: 30 aired from,the.stage of .the Strand Theatre. .are,shown. here.. At left is Doc Thomas listening to their favorite singers and singing groups. The program which helps II
    KJlhe down nephew
    I *..-.him. They.are my good friends,. in the. Odd Fellows' }Hall.. Music and his band while.-at,right is one of the p ularY4ungsin g groups of the city. to develop talented youths has teenagers John Hightower and Terry Collier as

    will JJe furnished by1' the D. andB. Tb xP ps Teen Time.Show.:art_ ajiew;; type of program this week when. it master of ceremonies and commercial announcer, respectively. Ken Knight isdirector.
    moves to the Wilder Park Recreation Center for afternoon from 3 to '4 -
    .. .. Rome s. an.. program I
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    .'? |Mr:. Mamie.Armstrong: was,adnutied /Tickets may be,. secured :.from ------ -

    .,the,:t1ag1er Hospital In Mrs.Emmie Lee Moran at Douglas SPELLING CONTEST Louise Perkins.' The mistress of Mrs. Eldora McBride, Miss Paula and Mrs. Ethel Boyd. Remarks

    ". SL Augustine J Monday.. ,Anderson J JEffgh! School, ... '- .. .. -'WHHsfon ceremonies Awill be '1drs., .A. N. June Roberts, Mrs. Nora G. And- will be given by Mrs. Helen C.

    Jacksonville; Brown's Printing AT BETHME MARCH(; 29 Sessions pf Mt. Calvary Baptist erson, Paul Monroe, Deacon G. H. Flenoid and the pastor, the Rev.

    T ; t., Shop, Ronnie's": ":Inn.Tint's Record : NEW.HOPE,BAPTIST: CHURCH Church. Goodson- Ben McCall and Grover T. F. McCall.

    esdames Debris Norris, Bea- Shop, and Central.'Sundries.. ACTIVITIES Appearing on the-program will Hagan. All monies raised will go toward

    .t,tlice Moon and Jerusha Johnson The dance is sponsored by the Miss Marion M. Speight, Chairman Activities for: New Hope Baptist be .Mrs. Vannie Warner, Mrs.: Others appearing are Mrs. Eva the organ drive that is

    tjnotored to Tampa last ,week, El Tropicanos Club. of the foreign Language Department : Church are announced as follows Leila Morris, Miss Janet Wilson, "Gordon, .Mrs. Ida 'Mae Fleming sponsored by the Organ Club.your .
    of BethuneCookmanCollege 1
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    !' Teachers' convention. ,MRS-E. HOLLOMAN k4 announce, ihe- tate-Wide Entertainment will be sponsor ..
    Spelling Contest for Friday, Mar.
    PASSES WEDNESDAY. ; 8:00: M. ed Friday and..Saturday nights in .
    29, at P. in the College.
    ,4 Friends.. .j ofA Mrs. :-Lucille-Isom _]MD ..Blnora B HolIojnan] pf 122 Auditbrium.Immediately. the home.fJd'r'Mozell Wright. S S

    will kbe..glad tq.know;that she:11 Moore St. died Wednesday in the after Proceeds. will benefit the church. Fd baby
    ill East Coast HospitaL. the contest,
    conValesdng, alter being quite Florida Services Sunday will begin

    *.for.the past 'week. ., The deceased was a' native of a reception honoring the contestants with Sunday School at 9:30 a., m.,
    : : Florida but had lived and their sponsors will be '
    : Mayport, followed by the.regular morning
    '" < -- .-. St s for'the past 35 held in the lounge of Neigs HalL iclock.
    Club ill in,.. Augustine worship at !J' CARNATIONAmerica's
    Century \
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    celebrate .its first anniversapr, y -_ '!1' ..... 100:,1 -$ The Pledge Rally will terminate
    I t rt ...the IsvedJr? her, mother? prizes with the winner receivinga : Sunday::.afternoon, following
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    ;Sunday ,night: Calvary $2 o.pait tuition scholarship t for
    Mrs. Virginia lams; daughters, program.that scheduled to be

    ;;, Baptist Church., A very unjque forthe ,Mrs. Thehna Irvin Land Mrs. first place, ,the'runner-up a. $150 held at 3 o'clock.' ,
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    program occasion, Soneof. the city:s Kathlene: ;. Puncans; sisters, Mrs. part-tuition scholarship, and .the l The evening worship service S ,

    best talent will; appear.' Mr. Wil- Ethel TrehXJ&od: Mrs...... Louise. third place'winner a $100 scholar- will begin .at. 7 o'clock, with the
    ; De Geqrge of Mayport; one brother, ship. These scholarships will be Rev. J. H. Phillips delivering the
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    Leon. Bradley of Mayport. andb'&er honored at Bethune-Cookman sermon.. Music will be furnished 1
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    Funeral arrariemente are under year. only :The contest is onlypen
    peaker.. TN3Star repqrter: wills the direction to 4 seniors of .
    of Leo C.. Chase, graduating
    sserve .Master pf, Ceremonies.gMrsU.Mable '
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    ;*announces that the public is .in- The rules governing the spelling %pr
    vited to attend. .. I contest will be based on the DR. J. CROOMS PASSES

    :..Miami Herald Spelling Contest Funeral services were held"Jast : a

    .. {.i ***- "' "::v c> .WOBSPROGRAM Rules Thursday at St. Paul AME

    1 | The Young People-sSoda.G! SCHEDULE Church for DrcJ.,N. Crooms,out
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    Edge Given Gel Retirelli.nl y, ,League Releases Jax Braves Get With Barbarosa repeating, the

    performances of Pizarro, it will -

    I' Witk Age itiig A Jtci&f :Spoils Scfculile telly Birbarosa ,'is show doing the for great the work Braves Louis in Puerto Olmo

    Rico. Should Barbarosa show the

    r The WAYCROSS, Ga. ,Juan Pi same kind of stuff in the South
    .
    r CHICAGO Gene Fullmer, 8* "wafUTf ... Inter-Fraternity and Sports -
    League was scheduled to zarro, the sensational lefthanded Atlantic League with Jackson-
    ;pion, has been given a slugging e4ff'ore7'Sttgar' begin
    I play Friday night March 22 with pitcher with Jacksonville last ville, Manager Mickey Owen is
    iheir
    next fight which will be staged I&Ha Chicago AT- .
    '- Boxing experts, who rate Sugar I tennis matches Friday afternoonand season has gone, but another assured of a real pitching staff.

    :Ray as one of the greatest fighters I edge is a.game of whist Friday night. Puerto Rican southpaw has been Several of the pitchers on the
    age.
    to ever enter the ring but one I of the two The tennis matches were set for signed by Milwaukee scout Louis roster at Waycross have shown
    younger Lavilla Court at 5 and the Olmo and assigned to the ,Jack. great promise of sticking with the
    who has given the best that he show the stronger p. m. '
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    club.
    ;has to boxing in years pastvln the because of his the ; whist game was set for Wilder sonville Braves:
    I
    :last light in which Fullmer lifted ,able to take .'.r Recreation Center at, 7:30 p.m. Roberto Barbarosa is reportedto

    the middleweight crown from l Nothing his y. The first half of the league activity have compiled a better recordin Itching Torture
    Robinson, sports commentatorssay from Robinson as 7th : a will consist of tennis and Puerto Rican ball than: did
    Robinson gave a great demonstration I great fighter: is whist games. Such games as soft- Pizarro. In the Winter League PROMPTLY RELIEVED
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    of boxing that made i they recalled the ball,. basketball, checkers, table during 1956 Barbarosa worked A doctor's formula-eoothlng anti
    him famous but not quite enough match between the at- tennis, and other games will be with the San Juan club.; Mickey septic Zono-promptly relieves the

    to stage off the rushing tactics of I Moore and the the 1 put into the program as soon as Owen, the new Jacksonville skip- itching burning of Skin Rashes
    Gene Fullmer. :Patterson. the respective fraternities ask for per said: "I played against Bar- Eczema, Psoriasis, Ringworm and
    .* barosa this winter, and,he went Athlete's Foot. Zeraa stops scratch-
    ..Fullmer has issued the statement I youthful of the two them. Each fraternity must have
    ing and SO'aids
    great in the triple A circuit." In
    that he will be ready to de- I willing and the standard number of playersto Lug of Irritated bea1.nemo
    fend his title, and that he will be i whatever the begin play. one particular game, Owen said,

    ready to take whatever Robinson :can offer. The tennis games will consistof
    has in the way of defense and he I a two out of three set match
    .. will also be ready with the of- r a.i and the whist game will be the You Don't. Have to Go to, Town to Get '

    M fense.. best three of five rounds. '
    ,
    One thing-that has been considered I'CrUllilag l The participants are: OmegaPsi LOW PRICES

    .. in giving Fullmer the I Tire .i.i7"Z7TAL 'Phi, Kappa Alpha Psi, Phi
    'OF Beta'SIgma and Alpha Phi Alpha. ,
    f 82 KgYOE'S The presidents of the fraternitiesare On Your

    Fillieer Fights GRAMBLING, ( ) II OVER ALG TY.oES ; W. T. Harper, Alphas; Rills
    G OFF6NTE2S SEEiLISA D. Bonner, Kappas J. H. Betts
    Righthander 60 ; DRUG; STORE NEEDS
    In qualified as a .SOCAJO 8.4S/S_ Sigmas and Rudolph Daniels,
    Rebiisfln Hay A.ecs /ECQNFDENCB ,
    '
    per last week Omegas.
    opened its The league was organized in Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store .

    CHICAGO-The middleweight .two"Victories over oe9 1956 for the purpose of 'sponsor-
    title fight between Champion The Tigers.edged l ing recreational activities and to We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
    Gene Fullmer and Sugar Ray 6-5 in 'the opener 1 bring the fraternities into closer ;
    Robinson scheduled for the 'Chicago Coach Forrest ,. relationship with other members I Your Local Papers

    Stadium April 24 has been the .nightcap. The first half schedule is as :
    moved to May. Johnson, a "- ----- follows t: March 22-Tennis and 'WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY ,

    The International Boxing Club tional control and Whist-Kappas vs. Omegas and '

    promoters said the fight was ment of pitches, NG IT UPBY :Alphas'vs. Sigmas; April.6-Kap 1302 KINGS ROAD .t MYftTLf AVINUI
    changed at the request of owners in the first game. .pas vs.. Alphas and Omegas vs. PHONES EL 3-5397-93 III
    television rights. The IBC said contest blithe third Sigmas; April 13-Kappas vs. We Defter -rtfe Alto Ml AH ,Oocto/i'' ''' ulpflo.. 5
    Fullmer and Robinson agreed to short: end of a 5-0 Sigmas and Alphas vs. Omegas;
    lowed only two C. PARHAM JOHNSON PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
    20
    the new date. The fight will be April -a tournament will be
    televised nationally with the Chicago frames'he'worked.Grambling BASEBALL pitcher in,the league on him. He held. All Whist games will be BILLS AT OUR STORE

    area blacked out. used a-pteUy also admits having trouble, with played,at.7:30 at Wilder Center.
    Fullmer won the title from lop by Levi season. Robin Roberts'and Curt Simmons The league coordinator is Julius
    Robinson last Jan. 2. The two high, fluffy 17 through of the Phillies. Aaron also said he Guinyard.
    1 fighters opened training camps to and a pair of errors vs. Wichita; had"better luck against Sal Mag-

    prepare for the May engagement all of its runs in YS. Columbus.:. lie when he was with the Giants SPECIAL
    1 Fullmer will train at Tam O- Wiley plated all : March- than he has since he wenr'io. the OFFER

    Shanter Country Club in Niles, a big third stanza Ohio at Dodgers. Kusas Ace Stis .

    111., around April 1. The Robinson Horace Ingram, ,a 26-Atlanta THE BROOKLYN DODGERSwill WE
    WANT
    TO WIN
    camp has not announced training les:Collins'and a 27-Atlanta travel in style in 1957 in Pace To

    plans, but it is expected that he ducingsingles.. STORY"t.: March 28- their $800,000 44-scat, two-engine Victtry
    will train at Chicago's Joe Louis The Tigers' Ohio: Mar. Convair Metropolitan 440. plane.

    GYm. after April 1. jump and on' Wiley ; : March President Walter O'Malley said The University of,Kansaswon. 456 NEW CUSTOMERS!
    won
    game vs. Char the plane will be used for transporting the championship of the 'NCAA
    effort. Louis ( game); Mar. the Dodgers on their trips tournament of the ''Western 'Re- /

    Watch This Clown ning homer did Ohio: around the league and three,farm gional basketball play throughthe Get the
    age. vs. Columbus, clubs, St. Paul of the American superb playing of their 7-foot i

    ',42- 54-31 Association, Montreal of the In- Negro center Wilt (The Stilt)

    BUY .' JILL K vs. Wichita; ternational League, and Fort Chamberlain who tossed in 30 CompleteOutfit .
    '9 11 48
    t: -- 'HAMWEY Braves vs. Worth of the Texas League. points to raise his total for the
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    t.f (Night game); MANAGER BEN GERAGHTY, tournament to 66. i
    : SEWING M.<
    .f = 4 'S WASHING vs. Milwaukee the new manager of Wichita, will The game was a rough and
    ; 5 6 Sales eW Senrfc ; vs. Co have several former Jax Braves tumble affair with the fans
    F -,7 I 20' &ROAD ST. 3-Milwau- with him. He will have Jack Hannah throwing cushionS and money on
    oktyn Dodgers; and Gerald Nelson, pitchers; the floor in protest at some of the
    vs. Columbus, infielders Milt Hartsfield,and Bill rulings of the officials. '
    "'81-22 73 ; vs. Wich Thompson, Chet Nichols. Paul The '
    trouble came when the fans $995.F'
    219-83-92 'LEARN TO ; : and Wichita Cave, Charlie Gorin, George Ma- and Oklahoma' City' University

    Hit Qelckest to Atlanta; randa. Geraghty said he would go protested when a foul'was not
    W.y T. a. Cardinals vs. along with Mike Roarke as his No. called Chamberlain he
    on as ran
    I Soa.Hrws fce'e > 7- reliable
    ; April 1 catcher. From sources
    Sonethaes "'. don J into an Oklahoma player knock-
    rabrracts April 9-New comes the information that his .
    H* edd, ing him sprawling.
    Ht w rk* It .11!! *io... DRIVING Jacksonville lefthandedsensation of 1956, ,
    r CALL EL -Open; April Juan'Pizarro will also be assignedto -Chamberlain's rebounding ball $$1.00 Down
    hawking and blocking was just as ;
    I New 'said he
    .4 FOR MARCH 30th vs. him.Geraghty certainly i
    5 George valuable to -the winners as his ,
    13-14-15 is true.
    ; hopes that'report
    f 59-74-38 1134 W. 5t ""MEMBERS "OF THE BROOKLYN scoring. I t $1.00 Week

    .DODGERS-have openly admitted

    : at Waycross, bow-ssch'they, Jacki. and it won't,be long before Jack-
    I play- 'Robinson imrouad ''the training sonville will produce a professional
    i KEBOSEXE For t tDeY roster, many camp: For 'fhe"flratime. in' 10 that can match the superb
    } 'to Jax fans: years Jackie fails-to show up. The playing of Teddy Rhodes and Penn "85" .Reel
    ,
    Allen Rob- players say .a fellow who has Charlie Sifford. It is in the making -

    Bobby G. been around that long is corn- just keep your fingers cross
    Fortin Henry j eBed'to'l':be missed. I 51' Solid Glass Rid

    Don- :TONO VALDES, the big Cuban ed.THE WILDER RECREATIONCLUB ,
    Jones, Robert heavyweighthas expressed himself -
    BOXING TEAM under Julius -
    It Claude Ray as wanting a match with Guinyard did not send a rep- 4 100-yds.. Nylon Line
    4wf 'I Gerald Floyd Patterson, the heavyweight resentative to the Golden Gloves '

    (: Zieser. IN- champion. Nino says Patterson Tournament this year. It doesn't ((45-Ib. Test)

    f Don has placed the title on ice: Bobby take anything away from the superb
    t Dennis Geo. Gleason, the manager of Valdes training of the boys by ill ALL*.FULLY GUARANTEED

    2 SMASH :DRAMATIC Joa- expresses the same opinion. Other Just think of the '
    Guinyard. years
    s Sin AND "WED PARTY" Stanlee Wil fighters who voice the opinion of the team has had representatives. 11 WHILE THEY LAST

    t t SUN. THRU SAT., FOUR BOYS AND A : Valdes are Eddie Machen, Harold There will be other years and an "
    t.
    Gentry, Hurricane-Jackson
    MARCH 24-30 BOTH lit JAX Carter other chance. +
    D. Se- DID YOU KNOW Lawrence
    THE ONE SPORT thai seem
    Still. Manag Graham a senior at Oak Ridge
    il-i ROOSEVELT non-playing High School played on a basket- to have m "CLOSED DOOR" alii-
    rude toward Negro players is golf.Who .
    :
    Owen. ball team against Clinton Term bNit : ,
    knows what in the golf
    S.a. Toe .- ) AARON of and scored,,nine points! Well, he place SiEIN
    s... TIMS. March 24-26 .....,. is looking did and no one was hurt. The world Charles Sword who isconsidered
    ,2 Big 1st RIM, Hits! "LAWLESS one of the finett golf
    -. 'big year at game went'as-though all players
    1_ "PEACEMAKER" ...*- .. ) ers in the country regardless of i
    New Reliateas Western Goe *ter clinch an were white or an'players were
    WB.-'..iH IDE DETROIT In'19S7.' Aaron white or all players were Ne race, creed or color and Ted
    another fine would WEST BAY COR. JEFFERSONThe
    Pat O'Brien Dtaall O'Xeefe of, Pittsburgh Rhodes golfer
    We4. & T ttm. groes. hold U given an equal chance u
    ,-SAM, of Philadelphia THE AMATEUR GOLF TOURNAMENT -
    Sam Sneed. M1d 1e-
    with
    Wed., Sot. Merck 27-31 cmr of the Giants as ,that is scheduled to be Cary
    coff. Ben Hogan and the rest of Sporting Goods Store of-the South
    Fats Domino; Joe Turner Aaron played In April will find some of ,\ .
    "SHAKE, RATTLE ft ROCK" the country's best golfers
    a .323 aver the top-notch amateur players in Whatever the
    Sport .
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    WILL SEE YOU NEXT WEEK.
    SINeiH6 ahead of Bill the game competing. Jacksonville ,
    DAUGHTERS"ADULTS We Furnish
    ttie.EquiPment
    3Se KIDS 15e "STRATTON Bob Friend I is 'becoming golf conscious more! IN THE MEANTIME KEEP : ;: 3
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    I. FREE j I Celebrating WOBS1 First I FREE I
    ,"'fine.the .business There is is one in thing the for capable sure; Anniversary

    hands of Norma and Carrie and ., '.' See YOH At The National Guard Harch 24lk .
    like "Ole Man River" it's just .: .. : Armory Sunday, ,.
    rolling along..Both: girls are bang- -- ." 4.. .
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    up business _folk. At the I dance, SPONSORED BY; J AX APPLIANCE CENTER 4
    Nat "Buster" Small and Frank
    ;Courtney had everything under Jcoc Appliance Center Reminds- You That You Heard- It On* Station WOBS
    controL Next affair on the agenda
    will bring B.B. "Blues Boy" King
    and his group to town on April +
    15. That's my main man so. you y St
    know, HI be there.
    Talk in the "600" is that"Single
    One" didn't break the bank but
    it,made a dent. Like the old folk
    say, "every number's, somebody's
    number."

    Ken Knight Is changing the formal .
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    of his Tepsi TeenTime"show. .
    Beginning this Saturday
    \.the show will originate lire from 4:: Iy
    the Wilder Park Recreation Center foo, '
    at 3 in the afternoon. There
    will be plenty of music and dancing -
    In addition a nationally '.
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    known recording star will be
    guest of honor..Ken and'his sidekick -
    .'"Big John".. Hightower will. i
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    be in the driver's seal wheeling ,
    and dealing. AU you kids and sJa .' q4 p
    grownups also who want to be I
    j-dap are urged to attend. ;
    On the radio kick, we hear by .1- [ -
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    'grapevine'that
    the something's
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    cooking over, at WOBS and it 7.1 Y 6i' I -- ) 1
    ain't Sunday's dinner. Wonderwot's / ------ ;t1 I

    up .
    Willie Smith has re-opened his 'WOBS Personalities c
    lunch counter. He features din- i I u. -Il .... \ I 1AIIr
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    ner, breakfast and special orders.
    I meet many of my friends'there .:::.Y. s.ro ? 1k Top, left
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    digging the introductory breakfast -
    special <,. <: Yvonne Daniels and Johnny J.' r.
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    SEEKS YOUR VOTEIn :. vw. >

    March 26 Election ,q.ttr.: Y' ,' :.ki ; ; 7' ,Bob Top"The center Kid" HUdson..- r-,- -\ 'f d Z. .h..:


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    :',,", F: :N : r"Deacon" Melvin Grace

    f 2 In Jax Appliance Show


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    Y .Y. .. k x Mrs Sarah Cruse.' Miss Vivian

    r-,:...... F :< v Grant t. Mrs. Ather Glass and

    : < 7 Mrs.. Sadie Braxton. 2
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    +: f i' Mrs. Louise Protho. homemaking
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    ,_ ; : SEE THE NEWWELBILT '
    ELBERT H. HENDRICKS : ,

    COUNCILMAN '
    f' Y'H: .: a.
    Ward 1 At Large
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    COURTEOUS CIVIC MINDED
    EFFICIENT"I ftb'xxg GAS RANGE
    1 appreciate the confidence of
    those who made me the leader I. t J.1
    the first primary, and I invite aU
    people who voted for the other
    fin. candidates to Join the swingto
    Hcndricks i in the second pr. JAX APPLIANCE CENTER .
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    1" EVERYONE REGISTERED t.$4 .98 DOWN
    ; IN CITY CAN VOTE .
    Paid Pol.. AaVJ 1100 Broad Street ;"i' ,t t .

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    OLD COINS Invites You To Come In ,! ':'
    Will pay SIS for 1856 Penny $5 : fi 4 .
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    :- for 1909SVDB Penny; $& for and Get The New ICt. ',:: '' YOU ALSO GET .

    1885V Nickel $4 for 1916D Mercury _

    lo more 1947'Dime.copper Hendricks.Many gold Mr.others silver.Leonard.worth Bring WELBILTGAS Yi S Free Gas (((2 Big Tanks) ,



    -5 mWt '..1. RANGE < Free Installation


    ; Modem and cold Furnished water. Ph..Rooms.EL 40269.'Hot .. Free Linoleum Kitchen Rug
    At Jax You Get the .. -

    ,' Modern Furnished Room. Single -" >
    b. man or married woman prefer .:..i.<_ Best Terms In Town ::".: Pay Monthly -:- Twice Monthly
    -; red. $ .'5 a week plus cooking.: '
    l' Unfurnished bedroom and kitchen '
    $5X0 each plus lights. EL No 'Loons '. No .Fuse ; Pay Weekly -:- Every Day ;1

    $. 51109. Just You and Us M- the Hour :
    .,. of Every Hour on ,
    ; Modem Furnished Apt. All con- .
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    :, reniencesTor: appointment call 8 -"
    : ,EL 5-7882 all day Saturday aad I SALESMAN-Experienced.. Ref :: < .: _. 1' ,
    erences. Call EL s- 41. ,
    :; Sunday. GRAMD OPEMDfG if f ike New aid Exclusive I ,.' -/ 'f
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    1r '- '" .. '- % North Newest and Most ,Modern Colored : ;" r.: :|

    : '." '. $!215 r:I'i : FEATURING. 'IN'EVERY UNITr_ .Private THe Bath with Tub Showers,. Radio and Television. Auto-Heat- Door. .to',Door. 'Parking.*' "f! ,

    ."-- i sr,riS ( i ::- WH Trade. J, IncBrioas B. ioem Styled Ia White eW Efce r or tiara t>ok with Pastel Lbw ." ,. .... ', i1 i.

    : Larse Selection elBeevttfol /,10.. .. .,, -: Fresh iWeter FuKaa Wit % Mile at Uteri River :,*" : :,.:' '.:-.:./I* -
    ': Cover : .:-i.,:.Ji: r! .- 'v-.- L*'"Os._ ** *.MI".te fiefs *.' Liscets. Golf aid Ceearrr Clafc Wh,. Yoc'ytObtaIa. >> Flee Food and Dri r .k ..T:' |i z

    "t.. SPEARS BROTHERS : ,.: .. ..f V -w"; X:y:We Invite Your Inspection at Our Grand Opening and Open House,". ';,. j,. \
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