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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 13, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 13, 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:
UF00028362:00320

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Preceded by:
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The ,arrest of Rev, Edward T. Graham, militant Miami, leader I
Virginia Key on a so-called "morals' charge" Involving dnmkeD band ..',
% "S7 v.i .N Jr indecent ,exposure has been branded as a, vicious "frame-up; r.: i
:: which is part of a campaign to "smear"' Negro leaders. ? ;i i
The ,campaign was seen by .,; .. i
some observers as the work of j
citizens councils ,and other anti- Framed?
-S 1k r ;, Negro groups.,, _. .i i.f

The Rev. Edward T. Graham Q i'If'
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pastor- of Mount Zion Baptist _
Church and past-president of the -
I NAACP here was booked into wc
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county jail last Saturday night on
I a charge of drunkeness and indecent -


The exposure.Rev. Graham who also 1'yra

heads the-Greater Miami (Negro) Mw

!2sn 'A 0. r Ministerial Alliance, was arrested
in a car wjth another. man's wifeat ..
-- __ __' :- Virginia Key. '
f Dade County Policeman Earl
OUR CHILDREN'S PROTECTORS -Women employed as crossing guard'at the'Various schools'in Duval.County feBV.* organised In order to make their service:
Cleare and Louis Diecidue reported -
more effective They are seen submitting,,individual suggestion for the improvement of the orgA"'qUon.'JrS \ ; _
arrested the couple-
they
I __.'- In the left photo,.from.Je.fJara_ : Mrs. Canto James, preriicnlrM- > .-I;.;Thom- Ma; JohnsU-- ,MMSlmptoU z! .Maria,.Shorter.- .and..(seated) ..Mrs;Susie: both partfally' l .cf-ln 'a parkedcar X .

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vex Right photo shows,lefi to right Mrs. Mozell Jones Mrs..Rochele Brown Mrs. Arrie B. Johnson., Mrs. Davis,, and,Mrs. Johnnie,Dell. Clark. They identified p. Rev. Graham's

L companion as Mrs. Cora Paschal,

Navy Man Bleeds Death Bill Introduced Would Cab Driver's Body Found Heights.14790' Buchanan St, Richmond tC +

Ban Teachers, Students Both were booked on identical "'Ok""'"
REV. EDWARD.,GRAHAM

From Cuts He 'Sustained TALLAHASSEE Represent- After Bullet Enters Ear charges exposure"of drunkeness and put and in drunk indecent called smear.victim campaign of

ative McAlpin of Hamilton introduced tanks for a sobering up. period,of
two bills during the past four hours.
week, to expel student The woman arrested with the
In Glass PanelA .one any BY ERIC O. SIMPSONThe Easiside Man '
Rev. 41 old Gra-
F Punching enrolled an institution'of higher half-clad Graham is years ;
lifeless body of a local cab driver: was foundsprawled
ham is 54. Both were released -
learning '"who incites
or participates :- abed last afternoon who had
: across Monday by police
in demonstrations from jail under $250 bond each. Gels
or WoundedBy
been called to the dingy rooming house to investigate a shooting.
Rev. Graham conducted serv-
riots promoting violation of -
35-year-old: United States Navy veteran with 16 years service the laws of Florida any or who is a On arrival at, 1010 Julia Street| ices at his church last Sunday andit ..1>
died :from loss of blood as a result of wounds he sustained when in member -of any organizationwhose men from the Homicide Investi- GOP Denies Deal was! learned that he has the StrayBullet
an angry rage he broke the glass panel of the'front door to get to aims and principles involve gation squad -ifound: the body of support of the Ministerial Alli _
/ 48-year-old Lawyer G. McGowan j
I\ his wife. a violation of state .laws," in bed. He had been shot ance. Frank Robinson, 27, 1020 Albert
lying
a On Civil
CloWsto, of 1421 W. I Rights
Ruby and the other would apply to The Rev.* Ashton Jones, white I
St shot in the left
time in the right was leg
one ear by a 1
Beaver St. who has been married was pronounced dead at 8:30 p.m. "any in the employ of the Tampan said he learned it was a
person above knee, while standing in
bullet which went through the
to Arthur Clowston for 8 years by Dr. Oliver. public schools or universityof "conference" his Miami Negro
any of his head. WASHINGTON Republican front of beer'tavern at 709 Flor-
said her husband had been drinking The investigation was conducted the state." top minister friend and former NAACP '
:
congressional leaders said Tuesday ida Avenue
The death listed suicide. Saturday night April
"quite a bit lately and had by Sgts. G. T. Jones and R. B. The measures, if passed would Police reconstructing'was _as:the circumstances they have 'no "deal" with head was having at the beach 6.
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:fought her at times. Whittington: prohibit Florida teachers and college with a Negro woman when police
Southern Democrats to delay ac-
She said that on the day of the surrounding the nabbed them. Robinson and a witness Lloyd
and university students from,
death that'McGowan tion on civil rights legislation for
reported Bailey 434 E. 27th St. told
fatal accident she gave him'' some "It's just of a NAACP police
: their to a smear
exercising personal rights
Mai Shot who lived at the Julia Street another year. Sen. Eastland (D-
investigators the two of them
money to pay a bill but he refused Tampa join organizations of their choice. official," said Jones but he admitted
Miss.) agreed there is such
no arrangement -
: to give her back the change: rooming house for about a year : "ThIs will be awful for were standing in front of the tavern -
house and WiMwood had gone into the room of John when a ,fight started at entrance -
the this
left returned
She said he By Cop my work. They will spread
:later. When she observed Teeiager Slashed Cobbs and removed his .38 caliber Senate GOP Leader Knowland all over the country" of place. Robinson said
that'J He had been drinking she became revolver from under the matressof (Calif.) and House Republicanchief "This is the :first slur I have someone fired a gun and he discovered -
:'afraid and locked the front WILDWOOD A 32-year-old IB the bed after breaking the Martin, (Mass.) were asked ever seen against him" Jones he was shot. He said, he
door. Tampa man Neal Clark, is con- Gaig Figki clasp on the door. They reasonedhe about this after their regular said. "Why, I would trust my own did not see who shot the pistoL
Finding the door locked police fined to a hospital In Leesburg as w'ent back to his room,.sat on weekly meeting'at the White wife with him any time." Bailey stated he believed the
reported Clowston took a swingat a result of gunshot wounds received A 19-year-old youth of 729 the bed and fired the pistol into i House with Pres. Eisenhower. pistol was fired by the white man
last Saturday. Clark was his temple. They told newsmen there was who runs the beer tavern,
the door and knocked out the Court G was the knife victim ofa appar-
glass panel. The result of his action shot by night police officer E. H. teen-age gang fight at,First and James'Glover, who lives at_1004 nothing to such reports.: Instead New Unit ApprovedAt ently trying to break up the fight.
he suffered cuts on his arm Barry as he was in. the act ofburglariz.ing Davis Streets: Saturday, April 6 Julia Street said he heard the they said they look for early action The white man was net identified.
and elbow and lacerations about a Wildwood barroom between 7 and 7:30 p. m. gunshot at, about 3:45 p. m. and In both the Senate and House Brewster HospitalLATE Robinson was'treated at Duval
his forehead and chest. shortly after midnight, accordingto Police reported that Lonnie called police who had the body .on Eisenhower's civil rights pro- Medical Center by Dr. Carty. and
The.frightened wife called the the officer's statement. Barry Carl Cohen was one of several! taken to the County Morgue :I gram. released.
Naval Air Station for an ambulance stated further that he shot Clark teen-agers who allegedly jumpedon after examination. Rep. Boiling (D-Mo.) had said FLASHWASHINGTON Sgts. G. T. Jones and .R. ,B." -
and she was instructed to .when Clark drew a whiskey bottle Ulysses W.Walker at First and McGowan"'had worked as a cab he suspects a "deal" may have Whittington investigated. ;
tie something around his arm i and started toward him as he Davis Streets and cut him on top driver for about Three weeks. The been arranged. D. C. Senators "t
ambulance arrived and ,I opened the door. of head and kicked him. reason for ending his life has not There has been speculationthat Spessard Holland George
until the be will- Smathers and Chas. chronic diseases unit at Brewster
might Congressman
Clark had $175.00 in cash sev- Cohen was also cut during' the been determined but an uncon- Republicans .<
apply:a tourniquet. ing to keep the civil rights issue Bennett advised: the FLORIDA HotpitaL
taken to eral wrist watches other personal scuffle and he believes it was one firmed report said that he and his
The:Navy veteran was articles bottles of wife had parted about alive unti11958 in order to plaguethe STAR late Friday that they have The cost of the unit is estimated
and
several : year ago.
Vincent's Hospital where he of his own gang who cut him according -
St. his Sandy Lo- Police listed one'relative, a Democrats on the question in been notified that the Public: at approximately $259,504 of. "
-:> whiskey on person. to the police report. He
WJ.' kit, owner of the bar, identifiedthe was treated at Duval Medical brother, W. Dv McGowan of 315 an election year. Health Service has given preliminary which portion $112,752 will be ;
Chauffeur ores" once items as being taken from his Center by Dr. Carty and released. NW 6th St. Ft Lsti&rdale, Fla. approval for a 44-bed{provided from Federal funds.. t

bar Witnessing the skirmish among Two Picketers Given
Commission .;(
For::;City s the Brooks.teen-agers 910 W.First were St.and Leroy Sam Five Iijirei fa Suspended Sentences Th. Last week To Yot.c. t tr
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S Ku Tkrtws
FORT? LAUDERDALE Nathaniel LyeOiExSwettkeari uel Lee Carter, 1712,W. 26th St : .!
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Wilkerson, running for a Arrested were Lonnie Carl Car Acdfeii. MIAMI Two race picketers ',.1" t'
city commission seat on a Republican Cohen. Robert Demery; 19, 2222 one the wife of segregation;leader I Jacksonville's Meet Outstanding MMtter
ticket, polled 1,021 votes, McMillan St. and Ashey Roberts QUINCY-A two-car:: accident Fred Hockett pleaded guilty in t .* ii: tI' *
running behind 12 out of 23 can Ernestine Brown, 28, 826 West 18, 1126 Davis Street occurring on.SR'12 five miles east Municipal Court last Tuesday 'to I YOTEMJUfS ".- |' ir I II
didates. Church Street ran-into unezpect Patrolmen'Jesse Jackson, Charlie Concord last,,week injured five charges of tending to create 'a .

Williams, a 29-year-old chauf- 'ed trouble last Sunday when she Sea and Sgts.-C. T, Jones and persons three.of them.seriously. breach of the peace by picketingthe I r I Wont to Cflrt My Veto for .. ", 1 Hi 1 "
feur, was active in the Northwest went to 'her home. R. B. Whittington It1V stlt ted. Troy:and Roy Johnson:both of home of a Negro living in a ..
Golfers Association which sued According to Miss Brown's 'Calvary, Ga-, were admitted to white neighborhood. I i r iti : I II
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the city in federal court :for admittance statement, she went home and unaware o{his presence. esus- Gads County Hospital ,and Mrs. Hockett and Mrs: Rosalie __ :: ,4 ;:-
of Negroes to the municipal her 'former boy friend Steve tained minor bras, about the their: ceadiUons were listed as Campbell were given suspended ; ." ... -N.....". MWlfef +
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golf course. 1 Gardner, 912 W. Beaver Street forehead and right i rm. fair, 'Thomas J. Wilson of Tallahassee sentences and warned they would i : .i ,:. .i i --:,

The.Negro, voter enrollment in threw potesh# in, her .face as she Patrolmen,J. Dee.and E. Hick-. was admitted' to the hospital be sent to jail for 30*days.df Pc.Ie. fQi. _. .. .. > ._.+vw= lrr', ,t ,",.
Fort Lauderdale is 3,052, approximately entered the house. son investigated"' ***'lye throwingcase. : also.-:The three suffered found in front of the Negro's |C- : -d.- 'N.ai.f Wwrdi. ."!'I" t >".
one-tenth of the city's' She further stated,that she was -'' severe head and facial.cuts. home again. ..... ;? I

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.......:' ._. .... ..:."--.-, : .. BY ERIC a SIMPSON ..'
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I P. by Tfce Florida Star Publ4sli6y Cil
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-FVs '. Reverend James A. Pike was launched today to aid 160rSouiht"
0. Box 541, J.ek.eYitte.1, Florida' (
423 Broaa Street Jacksonville, Florida" Phoae tLfta 44773 ,. Africans- charged with treason. :.; '

.II:' r In an appealletter (; \

Erie SJm,*9ttteulte ...__.___........._....._____ Editor -> announ- t..... States and Canada is $100,000.The .
G.laya ..___....., .............__ M.LIter cing the creation -tt fund created request
c." ..... Jebnsoa. ... ..._..___ -_...- HeWs Staff -.: 1. the VAfrica. was at the -
Altauiee Richardson=. ...", m___. --... CmMtiH D. t. of of outstanding South Africans -
1 South R.4 who oppose Apartheid in-

tMember; of Associated Negro Press Defense Fund -.i\: cluding Bishop Ambrose Reeves j

Mr. Gunthersaid j": of Johannesburg, author Alan 1
.:;Ffy;, ,.. '- SIWSCUPTION RATES .
"There is f'
: k Paton, and Father
t'I. : Trevor Hud-
Hf'Oiie Yen, $ ."?' Half Year; $3.90; Three ,MosNa,.$1.30 4. ,
fU: Mailed To You, Aaywbere. ID the United States. much more at n dleston. Bishop Reeves is chair-'.
SobscriptieM Payable In Advaace. Sead '''Chacb.Of Money Orders To: rj ",- stake than the & t man of the defense fund in South

FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, ,FLOftlV guilt or innocence Africa, through which funds collected

J>' 1 : t of 160 by the American defense
persons in fund will be channeled. Thesouth
Pes' Poieifiil! Is Needii South Africa; Africa committee has in- t

: we are witnesSimpson xonned Dean Pike and Mr. Gun- j:

lD sing a test of enormously impor- ther that their initial needs are

w the America Ecoiomy w tant values to the free nations of estimated at $28,000 L100.000)

I I -I the world." The, letter goes on to Because the trials are expected

: .. point out that "any man, womanor to last for a year or more, further .
-J 4 :' ,:], + : child, black or white, who ad- funds will be required later
If American society con bHlea.tOTe riCt:a potential: 'ol ;;,;., .: 'I' based they
vocates democracy on
t-\ .
Negro labor that will'be-: needed ''t.. [" noted. The announcement states
society ;"denied urgeatfcr : '
i.J> "M! 1 equality of rights may be branded -
;'. that the money will be used in
manpower skills" while the: Ncgre' will W "forced into an ":{., ..f F to South African
: according
.5 ': two ways: first "to help provide
even more marginal position la the American economy,. Herbert ; communist "
traitor.
/.T S S t law.:a or a those under arrest with the best
Hill NAACP labor in -WasJ .
,
last week. secretary? ngtn.i-Lwamed 7 / The South Africa Defense Fund possible legal defenseand sec-

r S is being administered by the ond "to help meet the critical
Addressing the ,annual conference of the National Civil 4 American Committee on Africa,' needs faced by their families." ;

Liberties Clearing House, Mr. Hill declared: "A basic need Inc. Its initial goal in the Uniteda In addition to Mr. Gunther the
today is to make possible the full realization of the individual ,< author of the
Negro's talents and abilities in terms of industrial and engineering recently published ';
skills big part in the conduct of part- book, Inside Africa. and the Very
to eliminate all the restrictions and limitations rf
which'::prevent Negro youth from becoming highly skilled I S a* nership and competitive affairs.I Rev. James A. Pike Dean of. the .
Cathedral of St. John the Divine'
workers." ".5'Q'anon Before you take steps you could
in New York, who are cochairmen -
confide in the
eventually regret, ,
Such restrictions center in large part on refusal to
admit qualified Negroes into apprenticeship training programs "Asd:VrFig,Doesn't He Lend the Some.Helping Hand To Our Southern States?" elders and friends who have your other sponsors of the South i
: Africa Defense Fund include: '
welfare at heart and whose experience
in industry and into other forms of vocational training, Eleanor Roosevelt
Sarah Gibson
he explained. LIBRA entitles them to a re-
spectful hearing. Your own spiritof Blanding Harry Emerson Fos-
Born 24 thru Oct. 23
Sept. ,
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rlt is evident, he asserted, "that, despite great changesin : justice or fair play and high dick, James B. Carey and Lewis
Yew WeeklyHoroscop. Your intuition and other people -
employment and occupational characteristics of Negro Mumford.
standards will also provide buf-
be ,urging to chart
may you
earners in the last ten the economic standards of '
wage years, fers against the stonns'that are Mr Gunther continued: 'Be- i
Negroes remains substantially below that of the white popu- .' Guide .your course on a positive, plan brewing. cause I believe the crisis in i
of it
lation." action. The 14th makes possible -
-22-59-21-362.. South Africa to be so dangerousand
The NAACP Hill "has repeatedly that to obtain advice and sup-
Mr. noted
urged the situation there obnoxious -
WBtCtf ARE YOUR LUCKY FOR so
DAYS. from the who most
all forms of be from discriminatory port one Js
public support withdrawn
to all of will I .
PISCES people good ,
with activitiesand
concerned
the of BUSINESS: LOVE TRAVEL your
apprenticeship programs, including use public ;
have
personal welfare. Money Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 accepted co-chairmanship of
school and which
other facilities
buildings programs deny this "
Defense Fund. Mr. Gunther
admission to Negroes." .. By PAILO, tto ASTROLOGER seems to be the question mark.. You seem to be at the crossroads .
'-. went on to urge all Americans to I
A civil rights victory at a southern industrial plant,was '. 6-GO--4t---19--4Z-653. when it comes to satisfy help the fund with generous con-
dted by the NAACP official. Negroes soon will be admittedfor ,; ABBI ., bears professional authority and your urge to carve yourself a tributions. Contributions are I
the first time into the apprenticeship training program B -'- 21.tfatm April\ 19 who recommends remedial meas- SCORPIO niche in the world or to follow
being received at South Africa
conducted the union and the and,, the Born Oct. 24 thru Nov.24 the instinctive desire to devote
jointly by company, Lete ';people express'their ures that would be salutary or Defense Fund Headquarters, 4 W.
segregated local onions will be integrated. This action follows opinl without comment asny that will improve efficiency and Although' modem advertising yourself to the family and do- 40th St, New York City. Mr.
efforts the union filed with the stresses the possibility of saving mesticity. Once have firmly
NAACP with and you
complaints shows;?;:et temper oa.: row part productivity. Failure to do so George M. Houser is Secretary of
,Pre&ideafs Committee on, Government Contracts, he said.. could lead to long drawa-ouLcon* could: have economic ,repercussions cash by increasing certain pur- established your values in your the American Fund. ,
chases, you can benefit your mind the choice be
troveraes:without beaefit,to.any: ;;just at a time when manyopper'H may not as fI
.' .to;profit from.paste pocketbook.even more by not difficult it seems. You may
of the parties::ceacemed You ao% ,
Nit Racial Problem ek.or.'business enterprises,do buying at alL This, of course only now be more conscious of the ad- I
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llItgiliacy' comp w ea:you cone
that /:
applies to.the'th1ngs you can PATRONIZEFlorida
notseeai..tobft tliat'accrue from baring
trate f>on.:yowown dui andig- : :,lacking. vantages .I '
do without The 14th
of: 7-60-88-69- 7- 87.LBO comfortably
nore your neighbors regardless sound ,investments. and security SterAdvertisers
I makes you aware of your physical : _

,'The. problem illegitimacy: is not a racial one but one pi methods whether or you not.approve of their .and,psychological limitations. plans.. ;

social and economic'status, Dr. Thomas H. Henderson,. deanof 9-:80-t{-7 =43934. Born July!2S-Bird Au. 23 You can conquer them. 9-11-33-1J-31-Q13.
4-20-33-19-32-42i.
Virginia Union University has declared. It Is common knowledge that I

Dr. Henderson, a nationally known sociologist,,continued: TAURUS' we often. bring pain, to the ones SAGITTARIUS I You Don't Have to Go to Town .to Get
."The: is not solvable alone. fae- Born AprU'J9th thru May m
problem by Negroes Many we cherish most,.and vice :versa. Bern Nov. 23 ihru Doc. 21
tors.related to.the problem are the responsibility of the entire This s is not an lien philosophyin The-ip Trof; .gglfontrpl and unconventional You often gain more by ignor-I

community. Although:the burden of solving the problem rests ,your book:;There are signithat : views; or behavior ing or sidestepping issues than by: LOW PRICES
i
primarily witH 'Negroes, no segment, of the population can you may be tempted to overthrow could'bring about just such a actuation meeting them squarely. The 14th

conscientiously say 4It4s not our concem.!" this principle in favor of takinga on-the 9th.due to the Mars- shows that your true feelings pro-

Dr. Henderson pointed out that :in 1955, Richmond had fling:at romance' ;> 'sp ecuJatlcm or Saturn opposition. You could be vide the yardstick for you to go On Y oar .. .

75 white and 754 colored babies born out of'wedlock. reckless i speeding., It;: impossible the one.who refuses to budge,'and by.Beware of the pitfalls of false

Dr. Henderson attributed the high illegitimacy-rate to a for one to change for the better. it seems to be desirable for you pride, uncompromising attitudesor DRUG STORE NEEDSE' :

general lowering of sex standards, and the socio-economic 1-90-.55-69--53.102. to,reconsider., the determination to remain .' I

status of most Negroes-in-Richmond. 2-30-77-38: 76-237.. unforgiving. :. ,' I
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"The lower social classes of all races have higherc illegitimacy i-40-33-39-31-543. .

'rates than the, middle and upper classes. The social ..Born May'21 tfcro JOB XI QAiGO .
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status pyramid for Negroes has a very broad base with only The tendency to express your Barn An&w HtIIm.Septe 24 CAPRICORNBora" Any

a small.middle class.and a very small upper class/' convictions or objections' in no The-impube to-carry off a suecess'at'any'oost Dec. 22 thru Jan., : 19 Your Local PapersWOOD'S
uncertain terms ,W'OUld.not only Do not defeat own ends ,
"Economic opportunities, are intimately related to our could only leadto your .
problem. It is hard for us to imagine the impact on the sexual] offend ultrasensitive souls but a frustrating ending'But, when by arousing the ire of those who

attitudes or behavior of a child from living in a family of six create an aura' of resentment; you measure your steps to the serve you or must depend on DIXIE PHARMACY
which could persist for a long Your health interests and
or'more in the same bedroom his parents share. Economics dictates of'' drenmstaneesyou; you. .J 1
time. Gentle and harmonizing influences of should 1302 KINGS ROAD MYRTLE AVENUE
those your dependents at ,
play a part in family instability and disorganization through will not only learn some very '
husbands who find work away from: ,home and,,never return. may be brought:to bear valuable lessons, but enhance also take' the first place in your PHONES EL 3-3597-98
work on the 14th. Even if Spring is-officially considerations. Do not place too W. -flY. W. Alto fill All Becton 're>crfetloa .
mothers who
of
The'large number Negro means a large your prospects 46f' ,establishing
number of children without adequate supervision and often here take the proper pre family and monetary solidarity.You much reliance on the promises of PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE

such mothers make matters worse by improper examples.,in cautions against chills or other should -turna- deaf ear to other people who may simply be
ailments brought.on by tensions trying to get more work out of BILLS AT OUR STORE
their own sex conduct. local gossip and refrain from contributing
overwork or faulty diet. ;\,
City Welfare Director, Raleigh C. ,Hobson.tone; ..of ,the 3.1O221241412.CANCER .. yourself to the ,dissemination you.2-70-5S-39-64-274.AQUARIUS .
panel speakers, said the present Virginia paternity law'iS. ,of unverified rumors. Delays ..

'completely ineffective" I in the mails. and in transit .

Under the law Hobson said it is almost. to '
impOssible Born June'21 thru July 22 should;.become a trend. 'Bom"Jm.20.thru'F. ; 18

compel a father to provide for illegitimate offspring Take the word of anyone who 8-70-93-88--97--876.., Your feelings undoubtedly play

City Health Director Edward M. Holmes;r Jr.: speaking E J

from the floor, .criticized the way fegitima C1'has'beehrfacec; 5th .

here in the immediate past and called for-a-- -'cooperation DIRECTORY

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"It is a long range fight," he declared ,'.. Establishments .
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Both Dr. Henderson and Dr.Holmes agreed that:illegitimate Specializing Services and Products I II I

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-e; w;.; : ..- -- T _- I WAFLESLJER'SETJa .t IN+, e.* !j.'i.(Mdt' _lMl. ,MM. ;Gftril.-.i. Circfo I;

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Pla-Jax. Fla-Jills and 'a' sent 'their seventh biennial Jab- .all you can: *'waffle.. supper. sponsored \ .
few intimate friends of by the Young Adults of the .
the groups benrock, are sure to see some :
treked to Lake Wales-Florida last amazing and: 'wonderful port A.,!- Lewis Branch YWCA, scheduled ,'. ',

Sunday to see the Passion.Play at rayals: of aspects of dreamland. to be held Saturday eve-
'Tower. The ning April 13, at the "Y on *
Bole ;
play ends on Skits will be presented by
Street.
Eighth,
Palm *
SundaysIfs Alpha, Kappa Alpha Sorority, Miss Blondell chairman .
*. McCottry, z
Ociega Psi.,Phi. ,Fraternity Phi _of the,committee.announcedthat :a .
a girl for the ,C. J. Smiths Delia Kappa:, %eta Phi;
.Sorority
of Tallahassee < ; a door prize will be given .
born
April 4.
Beta Soronly t Edward Waters away during the evening.The .
"Chuck" is FAMU's public relations College. Matthew W.Gilbert. *
High
,director. program begins at 7:30 pan.
see. School.-New' Stanton J .s.e High and will benefit the delegate fund /11V

School, >and the A. L.. Lewis, YW- for the Regional' Young Adult : ,
Jt, last was a jolly group that gathered CA Y-Teens., Prizes will be Conference which will be held in /

the Thursday evening when awarded for. ,outstanding-perform- Washington D., C. and Hew York *
Jacksonville Kappas honored .
ance. City June 15.22, and also the -
'quartet -
of brothers who have
The Jabberrock will begin at current, mortgage liquidation
served: on the local front of the _
8:00: p.m..In NewStanton's audi- drive.
fraternity through the
years. torium. Tickets may .be secured Tickets are available at the
Dr, R. E. Smith. Dr. W. L. Bed. from members of Delia' Sigma YWCA..andvfrom members of the -' :f.ti.ff.1 t. : ;

mond. Dr. S. S. Campbell and Mr. Theta Sorority and the Friends committee rwhich includes Mrs. BUSINESS: ,SESSION HELD The M thal :Kiel Garden A aDUa. .>Ftp* Cay to

Japhus Baker were the honored. Delta.S. Lizzie Byehwood Mrs. Jean Mrs.. Wttfeelmlna Sldnnez. 1519 Myrtle ATODUO the.e ovUtanttnx 7naaJ :
members.: Cobb, Miss Lottie Gilbert Mrs.Clementine Left ,to, right (sealed) are: Mrs. Theresa O. Butler ] Americana, who mateeu,
t country and oar ccaa1l1lb
Mrs.. Mable Jones will narrate Hunter Mrs. MableKmgr Peel Calboun;' Mrs. Annie'.L.,Fleming. president Mrs. Daisy A. a btttar place tn which to ttre.

Mrs. Geneva Henderson invited the B & PW Club's Spring, Fish Miss McCottry, Mrs., Josephine : auMial sesetaryf-Mrs. C.:G. WJlliams..assistant.seczetazy; ( ) : .
MH ay=dames Vanorica SchelL. GeraldiaeHilliard. if.{ Reyu ,.scheduled, to be held Moman, Miss Gwendolyn .helmina Skinner hostess: Mrs. Bermea- C. Green Mrs. Amelia
Mary Jones andMozalie. Kay 3. I Robinson, Miss Yvette Sims.Mrs: E. E Shipp: MrS. Alice'Kirkpatrick: Mrs. 'Fannie Mae :Robinson: *, .* *r*
Bruion as special guests'when *, "; '
Ruby Wilson Mrs. Grace Young!; Elisabein-Beasley., *
i'Jh entertained 'L'ane. '
the Artistic and beautiful arrange.' and Mrs. Hallie Sampson,- young
,grog: last Friday in her lovely ments will greet persons:attend! adult committee chairman. ---- ..

Spirea Street home. ing theiFederated.Garcien; Circle's Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity: fes 1 I '" x3vtd'. :...'"Yl.--.... *
Mrs.''Elizabeth .. :. ,: :
Jasmin
was out- 28th annual I Spring Flower Show "- .f :;
standing in the bridge $session,receiving to be ,held Saturday and,Sunday RECITAL SLATED FOR : Four Members' At! Formal BanquetFour ': .'*

the Number One ,award. I AprU 13 and ,14, at Darnell-Cook- JAMES WELDON GROUPThe '*
Deviled crabs tossed 'salad School. -
man -
shoe string beets and ice box pies "Blossom Time In Florida" is James Weldon Johnson members of the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of' *

were among the delicacies.served the'theme of the show.'The'hoursare Junior High School Speech Choir Alpha"Psi:Fraternity who have been affiliated with and who. _

iby "Gen. from 3 to 9 p. m. Saturday tinder''the direction of Mrs. Nor- supported:-the, ,group through: :.the years were honored at a :

.. :*, and 2 to 7, p.,m.: .Sunday. ma H. Bland will be presented in Thursday night held in the Richmond, Tearoom I 1" -

It was strictly a fun, fest following recital "Sunday,- April 14, 7:30p. The honored members are Dr. .: 1 *
r[ the session 'the Cginla. R.. E.. Smith, Dr. W. L. Redmond n w
bridge ,at : m., in the sanctuary of Laura
>t1:. J. Jones last Saturday evening. vice" president of the National Street Presbyterian Church. The Dr. 'S. S. Campbell,who was unable Garden ,Circles f *

Geraldlne put the welcome.mat Real Estate Board will install recital is under the auspices ,of to'attend The 'banquet be- : HENRY STEPHENS .*
out'to:Mesdames\ Evelyn.HlllmnnMary officers for the Jacksonville the Westminister ,Fellowship' i cause of an engagement that.took Plan.Flower James Weldon Johnson .
.- Jones and Ruth Bonner.,. Board of Realists May 6 in Jack Youth Organization of the church. him out of the city .on the. scheduled : ; Junior High School *' .
along Daniel's College Inn. The James' Weldon Johnson date, and Mr. Japhus ; Pepsi-Cola Dealer* and *
with members; of ihe, Hel* Pepsi-Cola Botuin Co.
'lenesian. Club and served a delicious George W. Powell, was electedto group has been trained in the art Baker. :The four menhave served The Federated. Garden ; salute are proud Henry this Stephens week ,of to '
turkey dinner.. succeed L.. I. Alexander as of speech during the past ,four the. fraternity for many years. have perfected plans for the the D-8 class. He Is an
Mrs. president of the organization in Mrs. Bland Dr.'R."E.;Smith has been activein ann Spring Flower Show to honor student secretaryof *
Mary Jones was high years by a specialistin the Intramural council
the ,fraternity.for' 25 years, presented in the Darnell- and also an ardent reader
recent election.
dramatic 'and has
scorer among the guests'and Mesdames art gained of sports magazines. His *
Bernice Hamilton, ET IJDmu' .. recognition throughout the' city having been' ,initiated, into the man School Saturday and favorite subject 1 I
id'Claudia Jenkins were .: r for its outstanding performances.The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter' in April 13 and 14. science. *

outstanding in the club group in ", tan o.." Gr Appears choir will interpret several 1927. He; ,is a graduate. of the year The is theme"Blossom of the Time,show In ** .* *
F The Philadelphia College ofPharmacy,
the order mentioned. Incidentally, passages from Bible along
Claudia 'and T. J." are looking In Recital. April 21st withjother dramatic numbers. .. ana Science and is currently) part ida," which will be carried *

forward to "very" special" event. The recital will mark the first owner of the' Economy DrugStore with artistic'competitive *
.., ,, ments featured by ,members
i The Stanto-Musi-Cho of New in a series of presentations by located on the corner of

1 S\ Also in the, "Wailing Depart' I Stanton ,Senior :High School is organizations of the church. Davis Street and'Kings.Road.. He the federated circles.Participating *

m.ntthe Julian Waltons are expecting -. scheduled to appear in recital in Miss Marva J. Davis is moder- holds the 'office of ; Dean of members are *

a June visit from the bird New,Bethel AME Church at 7:30p. ator of the Westminster Fellow Pledgees in the local 1 chapter, Amaryllis Azalea, College *
with the long legs; ". .I. m. on Easter Sunday.The. ship and Miss Avalon Darby is Mr. Japhus Baker i is one 'of the East Grand'Park, East

i.I ,* group, which,,is"'under the vice: moderator and chairman of oldest.members.piJhefraternityand ; ; field,- Gardenia, Hibiscus, .*

j Persons taking the, imaginary direction of Mrs. A. 'E. Epsy, is publicity. The Rev Wilbert B, he has lived'r in Jacksonville .land Heights, Iris, and Rose rF.T. .
trip to" "Dreamland" with the being ,sponsored by :the male Miller is pastor of the church, for 67 'yearsL He:'lias been active ,circles.

Delias. :,.April 29, when they pre- members of the church.' located 'at State and,Laura Sts. into the fraternity* for:.45 .:years. The show will be. open to if
He Is a graduate: :'oi Atlanta University public from 3 to 8 p. m.

-- '- _"" '-" .T., ... .'" ....f'I..... and wa' ? initiated:into.the and from 1:30 to 7 p. m. 5'1 .
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fraternity in 1909.. He 1s one of The 1957 Flower Show
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ro, ihevpartners of Geter and Baker are: Mrs.' Ira F, Davis ch ; MARTHA LOUISB
Funeral Home. Mrs. A. L. ,Cartwright WALKER

'Dr.-,W. L..'Redmond-is-agradu man;JUrs.,.Morris.D. Johnson, ,* Matthew 1I411..lckool.W. Gilbert, ..

.. ate of Meharry Medical Collegeand ,visor;, Mrs...R. F. Mills, : Martha Is a member of !
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'h. has maintained 'a;successful z .of schedule committee; Mrs. *. honor the 11B-6 student.class Her and extracurricular Is an- ,
.".,11' practice in dentistry -in Jacksonville Rowe, chairman and Mrs. M. activities include '.,
; being edltor-ln- :
chairman
'He InItiated of the
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w for many years. was I chief of the school newspaper I
into'the Kappa Chapter in ing committee; Mrs. Julia her class and organization.secretary She of I.'

Nashville, Tenn. in} 1924. well, chairman of is affiliated with !R
James AMZ Church. i iK ;
Dr. S. S. Campbell who has I committee;' Mrs. Lottie
resided -
,y GENERAL i W ELECTRIC, in Jacksonville for 73 years, I chairman of entries ; ; .,

is a graduate ofLeonard Medical Mrs. Thomas McGee, chairman *1
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College (Shaw University( ), Raleigh hospitality committee; Mrs. .
frit North Carolina. He was H. Morrissette, judges; Mrs. ; *>

,, ,)1 initiated into the Jacksonville I nice Pugh, publicity; ; ; ** .
; Alumni Chapter in 1917. Dr 'Street Entrance: ,
. Campbell, has'bee1! one of the Heights;, Indoor Entrance ; *!

leading physicians in .Jacksonville j I Grand Park,. Clearing ,*I!

for many years. Mrs. Irene Bryant chairman.: .*!
Ruby,H. Morrissette is .
I of the federated groups.. I *i

OFFICERS. PLAN-' ,FOR. *1i ik k

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AVTSMATIC WA_, FOR, .MOTHERS'. CLUB : T .*..
ball affair
The
: .' : policemen an ; jo
I sponsored annually by the Jack
WILLIE D. STONE *,
-, sonville Police.. Benevolent Association Dr., J.I- E. Scott supervisor Dnval County Vocational
Negro Education for Duval High School 1 .
is scheduled to:,be. field Tribute Is paid Io to ;
during the month of Mar. ty, will ..speak at Douglas Willie D. Stone of the j
:son- High School Sunday llth grade class. Me Is 1
The, following'officers' of the president of the Student +
14 at affair Council. Parliamentarian t
noon, April ,' an J
association are headingithe!! plan- of the Modern Business
s ning committee:.for.the, dance E. l honor English student.Club and He is an a i

Hickson, president; c.. Sea, vice member of the Fellowship *
Baptist Church. ,
president; M. L. Massey secretaryj Paxson'snew

:; : : C. Scriven, financial. secretaryj (

,J. Seldon, .treasurer, ;, G4 L., * i*
; Bradley, business manager; C. arrivalsfor :

>ri ... il'gEft; : ; : Barton, chairman of the executive *'Congratulation' from Pepsi. .J
You'll l! thrill the 6c-oCVi !
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committee; A. Jones chaplain; T. Cola to those three Merit
L. Mayes, athletic director;; L. C. dasd Award .....nr t
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T* .' "'-' Williams, athletic director; and N.Newsom : UitM to tbe, ,.,.a Merit ,
Mod.' WA 4SOP member ,of''the executive VITALITY :lII' Award saltftatlons on Pepsi t
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: :*OViR SQ%..snot, dotta capacity tfccn many Teen Time' WRHC, 1400
otter otttomcHa committee.The ::.famous for :* o. year dl.l, Serardars J
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FAMOUS Sol ACnVATOt-3-K-reae w""Ms3 current and foremost project to' 4 "p.m. Daaclnfl .. '

I '.oi..thegroup,4s.the.,Police I ...,............ Wilder I I Park R.cr..tJM c
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,..fLDfiLE AUTOMATIC CONTROL- you.__ men's.Athletic-League.* I ... ,. .JIf. .,., .r -1" CtRtir.
; r 0 .. a vMA JI(.. tit L. me I .. 'MIed..I.-1S.r at.i actual weft Hm; hef r. ,.. : "l" .. 'M :
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Sad ...... deli less,1..1.1. 1.11951 : % ,"9 ;
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: has set, April '17'' s ;the,daje for Re'r[ .
.' i c.E; A".lIIt Wits M or .. loess .4ie celebration of its 27th :Anniversary Black! .Pat.at.-" ".' .
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: tree ts. irUhrthc"program J>egnng -. lOot'.. pysl GI.J.dia .

ii at 8:00: pa.' .0"r .. n
4? t + i 5 w[ l dubs 'ol the city'.haveibeen.in- UK 4Fi\C m"'MIINT svlM.lalk. .
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I' : Ministerial Alliance Plans :'Easter" :And Lenten Services i' 'I




Ii.., Iki Ls Coses Leiiei Series Nw Stanfon High. School Glee CIb 7kL6 Week f JililU.61te.6Jt.. ,;.: 1

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*B ;.Ti ,Speak At! Surise Service rtL "God I s.For Integration"BY ', .... ,.
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J REV. C. T. MURRAY
A series of .Lenten services in session in various churches PASTOR OF MT. HERMAN AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH..,.* .
throughout the city under the auspices of the.AME Ministerial WASHINGTON. D. C. ..
Alliance, will close,at 12 o'clock April 19, in Grant Memorial AME (The following excerpts are from a speech made*by Her. MurrayIn
Church Clay and Orange.Streets. Bishop D. Ward Nichols will preside an address delivered to the student body of Virginia Union, Uni
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over the final session.G. versity. Richmond. Ya.)
Lilly, Mrs. Maybelle Oliphant, VV "God is trying his best to get integration in the world today 7
Mrs Mary Betsch. Mrs. Dorothy the Rev. C. T. Murray, pastor of the Mount Vernon Avenue Baptist
Woods, Mrs Helen Cleveland, Holy Week Set Church, Washington, D. C. told Virginia Union University students .t,
Miss Ida Mae Bingham, Mrs.Robert recently. Speaking in the Belgian Building at the weekly religious j
McIntosh, Mrs. Abia'h Shehee, In EhenezerEbenezer r service, the Rev..Murray said:
P Miss Cynthia Clark, Mrs. item on the fringe-I'm speaking of integration of all races and
eitrtide horse, Mrs. Estelle Methodist Church at z _:.: nation into one. We should be so integrated that there would Ijc no
Lovingood: ; Mrs. Ethel Bannisterand Ashley and Clay Streets will observe ____________ .F religious racial, or national differences." :
Mrs. M. E. Grant. Holy Week April 15-21, the "God and Jesus are most interested in this type of integration."
Presiding Elders W. R. Akery, Rev. Evan M. Hurley minister. Rev. Murray said God's plan was,for complete integration on earth, a
F.SJ.'Jones T. W. Bullard, R. A.King Evangelistic services will be held but for "absolute separation" after death.
,*and D. B. Thorpe will be nightly; terminating the 11 'a. 1 "In the hereafter, God will direct separation. There will be no ':
preent.-'All missionaries have m. service on Easter Sunday. integration on the other side. Those who have obeyed God's laws .
been called by Mrs. D. Ward Speaker lor the April 21 service TANNIVERSARY __ will' be separated from those who have not. ,
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Nichols.. will be the Rev. W. IL Ferguson, "Man has made a muddle and a mess of the world. His plans ,
OBSERVED Members of the New Stanton Senior High School Glee Club
: The speaker for the'sunrise pastor of Mt Pleasant Methodist. have often gone astray, but God's plan has been working down
service Easter Sunday in, the Church, Gainesville.He is a grad- who attended the recent anniversary celebration of the, group are sun'here. through the countries." The lev. Murray said, "God is controlling
Myrtle Avenue ball park will be uate of Gammon Theological Firs row left to rights Annett Baker ROM Nell Jacobs. Harriet Margaret WitselL,Juanita De. and directing this complex universe. {
Bishop D. Ward Nichol The i Seminary and Boston University, loris Coglln,Gloria Cecelia Reliford* and Martha Louis V rdler. "God is looking and listening at the world today. He is looking t
,service is sponsored by the Inter- Boston Mass. Second row,f left io.right Lois Ann Duncan Ivory =s. ,Anderson Arthur B.., McFadden. Percy at Virginia and other Southern states, at Egypt and Asia." ,
'.. -denominational Ministerial MUx The service will include all Bridges. Jr., Joseph Sanders and.Curtis Robinson. : : Turning' to the local situation, the speaker declared: "You certainly i
ance. churches ,bf the Jacksonville, District Back iow.. .left io rights June Marie''Buggs,:Robert Louis Everett Albert T. Reliford and EarleneV. have. a lot of mess going on in Virginia."
"The services will feature "The under ,the auspices of the Toby.- The weekly religious services are sponsored by the Virginia
Holy Sacrament" the sermons on commissions, membership and Union University School of Religion, The Rev. A. B. James, dean.
'the "Seven Last Words" and the evangelisms of all Methodists in
singing by the combined choirs of the district. Board
Sponsors'IICome' Lava Street Sets Services
the. churches. Edgar ,Alston is .chairman of Special KING SOLOMONHERBAL
"The ministers chosen to deliver evangelists.. % And Go" Tea
the sermons on the "Seven Last Inspirational services will be regular order of service Sunday, MEDICINEIs
.. Words" are: The Rev. L. Holmes, held at Laura Street Presbyterian April 14, with Sunday School at ''
+Rev. J. M. Armstrong, Rev. J. Palm Sunday .Tea Plan The T Twentieth;Century Board Church beginning 7:30 p. m.Mon- 9:30 a. m.* followed,'by the morn- Doing. ,Everything Claimed" for 'It
island continuing RELIEF fiOR !
W Foster, Rev. B. J. Williams, of St ,Paul AME Church will day April :
: ing worship at 11 o'clock The
each ,until 11:00 Arthritis Rheumatism Constipation Backache
Told By Church Group evening a. m.
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Rev.James A. Roberts, Rev.
its annual "Come and
sponsor ,
Friday, April 19, 'when the services pastor, who was installed recently MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ...
Hinson and Rev. A. L. Scott.
Go" Tea, April 14, from 4 to 6 I will terminate.The will deliver the sermon. I
-$The musicians and choirs are: Mr. and Mrs., W. J. Sams of KEYSTONE LUCKY STORE '
p. m., in the.home of Mrs. Larma Rev. W. B. Miller, pastor, Christening rites will be -
Meltonia performed
Prof. C. T. Lewis, Mrs. 1609 W. 21st St.will be hosts'to EL
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J. Smith, 763 Church Street
the annual tea of District No.'4 of will deliver the messages on each during ,morning worship
ft St. Matthew,Baptist Church Sun- Mrs. Ruth Miller, president of occasion, with the choirs of the services Easter Sunday for the or Call and, a Salesman Will DeliverScie !
FLORIDA STAR day, April,14, from 4 to 6 p. m.The the board has extended Invitation church participating in the 'serv- Guinyard baby. I
the affair 'to church boards and clubs ice. He has announced that the
group sponsors
/ IN EVERY each year oq Palm Sunday, along of the city to .Attend. services are open to all persons
with "an appropriate'program' for A program will be presented who may desire to attend.
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I Bridge Tournament Prizes Display ;; W':" s :!r Sorority 4 HoM 'Business Session- Ahyssiik hard Lutheran CkwckConfirmalioi ,


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f The Fourth Anniversary of the
i Nurses' Board of Abyssinia Bap- For Palm Saiiay
The Cosami Bridge' bUsinesS.and'socialmeeting
ClubJielda'pibinayon .
tist Church will be observed May _
last Tuesday evening'lln tee'RjDauU'Rwprhome-of MriBarbara
,; "'d : 13, 8:00 p.'m, at the church.
Bentley. Jef St. Paul Lutheran Church, Magnolia
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y'-: ,' :. Mrs. Viola McTeer president of
Gardens, has set Confirmation -
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The business session centered around prizes for the club's tournament : V '{i .S the group announced that a' unique Rites 14
Sunday, April 11:00
,, scheduled to be held Thursday evening; April 18, in Wilder and interesting program will a. m., for a group of men and women -
Recreation Center, Third and Mt. Herman Streets. Plans were' en- FLF-'T; ; be presented featuring'the Male seeking membership in the
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acted for the purpose of $75.00 worth of prizes to be awarded first, Chorus of Mt. Ararat Baptist church.To .
second and third place winners in the tournaments including a door Church, directed by Professor "
prize.* Arthur Goodman of Chicago, I1L; be confirmed, are: Misses

the Mt. Ararat Quintet, directedby Loraine.Smith, Joyce Graham, El.freda .
The gifts are on display in the ,
window of the"HoUywood'Music: ;,,' -: ., : Mrs. Hazel Reynolds Gross, or- Smith and Joan Jackson;

Store: 605 W. Ashley St, where rat ft lr K tesPALLBEARERS ganist of Mt. Ararat; Mrs. Susie Leon Smith, Rosetta Bowden,
Manns of Zion Hope Baptist Mrs. W. M. Underwood;, Curtis
they will remain until the day
ri of the tournament. A leather- Church; *Mrs. Florine Grover Davis Mr. and Mrs. Joseph John-

,covered portable' bar with mixer, LODGE 216 V., Pines of Mt. Ararat Baptist son; Mrs. E. B. Newton; Mrs.
glasses, thermoetc..; a '52-piece : Church; Mrs. Bessie Tyler of Simmie Hamilton; Mrs. Alonzo
set of stainless steel tableware a Pallbearers :Lodge 216 will meet \i9r' Abyssinia; Mrs. Ninzell Clark of Lewis Mrs. Freddie McClain and
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barbecue silver witha Wednesday night, April 17th,8:00: :: Abyssinia; Miss Johnetta Bush ofAbyssinia Mr. and Mrs. John Cummings.The .
grill; a tray
p. m. at 1082 Davis Street. The nw: ; and the Nurses Boardof
matching shaker ar d glass set; service will be under the
election of delegates be sent to Zion Hope Baptist Church
and the engraved loving cup are the Grand Union Lodge to con- .. which will be the special guest direction the Rev. Mr. WilliamH.
the items that nufy be seen. vene in Tampa the 25th of April group.- Jones, pastof of Saint Paul

W. Russell Robinson tourna- will be held at ,this time. All The public is invited to attend. Congregation, who will also read
ment director, announced 'that members are asked to come prey the Confirmation Vows of the

duplicate bridge would be played, pared to pay their endowment confirmands.John .
providing facilities permit. As an the month of ApriL GAMMA RHO OMEGA CHAPTER Sorors of 1phaKAipha who attended the meeting PATRONIZE

alternative, the Flight of Eight' The president is,asking that all held last Tuesday evening in the home of'Soror'Nellyvonne, T. Russell 1071 Reiman SL..ate seen here.. tor of the J. Murdock church, will assistant deliver pas the

procedure! would be followed. reports be in the'Grand Secretary In the front row left to right-are: Sorori Willa M. Green Annie R. Williams Louise E. Sheffield Advertisers special sermon for the occasion.

Tickets are on sale at the Jack- office by the 20th of ApriL Rev. M. C. Campbell Amie S. Currie Charlotte C. Stewart. Back row from left are: Sorors Alma C.Daniels. .
sonville 'Urban League, which G. W. Miller is the 'president Sadie M. Wilson Johnnie J. Cowari, R. L. Martin Ruth C. Solomon. Esielle T. Williams. Fl.ride Star 1 Music will be furnished by the .

will receive the proceeds from the Agnes Banks., Virginia Long Mabel B. Wright., Nellrronne T. Russell and Norma Ruth Solonmur children's choirs.
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secured from members of the LODGE 4 .. .
club for $1.00. The purchase of a GRAND, ,AWUL-. M SETS:T ,1" ,,.; ;,: ;)/:' .

ticket entitles the holder to a ; -; .5

chance a valuable door prize, 'Mrs. A.:M. Frazier, deupty, will *SS .. --* '-. S-,.> ". '.: '; %*
whether participates- in.the. open .the occasi n t' Grand Court '-?* : '

.actual tournament.: play ox*'.noLAlice ? '"- at.9 a.,,m., April 16, the date set ',::, \,; Viceroy has thei y.' > *? % '. : .- ,

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Recital At Mt. Sinai Affiliated. The sessions will be :

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Masonic Deputy Temple Frazier, 410 will Broad be assistedby St. est taste of all it.+ ,'


the following! officers_ : Lois ., .
Cain,. SAM;. Laura Campbell, "
.. JAW Marlah Herrin, senior at- .
tendant; Maggie Masha junior

attendant; Mildred Scruggins, .
secretary; A. B. Parker, treas-
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:Worthy'' Joshua; Annie Grant,

1GK; R. L. Brill, OGK. ,

At 9:30'a.. m. the local courts 41

and delegation of Heroines of the :...
state will receive the Grand

Court, officers as follows: OS

Grand Most Ancient Matron

Mattie Hargrove and Grand Ven- Victo,.

erable Patron IlL E. D.. Gibson

leading the grand officers march.

Heroine attendants will. be pres- .
Mrs. Alice Burroughs will be ,
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presented in a Musical Recital
This being the 75th diamond
Sunday night, April 14, in the
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jubilee season Deputy x:
auditorium of Mt. Sinai Baptist
requested all local Heroines 'to
Church at o'clock.
seven
meet Tuesday at 9 a. m. uniformed 0r
Mrs'Burroughs is a member-of in'white'with cords and crownsor

Choir 2,/the Junior: Missionary white'gardenia in hair. : ... ... c4 Sk
Society and District No. 14. A. program- will be rendered S i

Tuesday at"8 p. m. in the ,audi
The musical is being prepared
torium on the fifth floor, at"which
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with an entirely. new: repretoireof !
time Grand Master C. H. Henry k'3:
songs supported by Choir 2 and ac tT
will lead the march of
Catherine grand
the male chorus. .Mrs. \
Smith and 'Mrs. Victoria Terrell grand officers of all departments.The p
alcourts will entertain the
will ,serve on the organ and
Heroines delegation at'a luncheon
piano. The committee on arrangements -
Thursday at 11:30 a. m. All matrons .
headed by Mrs. Lucille .
Mote, stated that seats will be will ,be'hostesses.PJHHCS) i ...

available at seven o'clock. ; ,
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The: Prince Hall.Masonic Club

Your will hold its regular meeting Sun- ;

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.i EditorialSpeaks PClte Members are expected to be .
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Saturday, April 13, '1957
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Schaefer" Bear. New Driver-Salesman $dIN "Les Bons Car arades" presenta- TitusvUle. In the short time that

: SchoolNews I j ... / ,",4_ -...-,:''": M.,'.}d. "..,:d.R .. ",.".,,'_m.'"'at.,,Ljf-_,...,_......,,.-.t--,"''''.''',<.',.n."...,'._.. -.i. ._ -. -:-.-......"."-v....,...+.; I _: ws tions was; selected for"the from year.a Mr.large Williams groupof Mr.,Fayson he has has appeared been on our on campus four-

.: i <;t\ ::.i EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE popular young-men. chapel programs and was one of
Isiah Williams won the first The most popular student
; : }t at the runners-up for the "Most
MATTHEW W. GILBERT f 'Lvn. "Outstanding Male Student" EWC today in the new freshmen Outstanding Male. Student"
-' '((The:administration and facultyof .. -W award, which is also one of the group is Mr. James Fayson of award.1 .
Matthew W. Gilbert High .
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School are holding selfevaluation ::a ... -
meetings Mondays and Wednesdays whYmo .!".. .'. USE OURLAYAWAY-1 MAE FABRICS I* MAW ST f OPEN MON. ft HI.TTL !.' "
,. of each week. 9 P.M.
USE OURLAYAWAY
Mrs. W. E. A. Harris conducts LIMITS QUANTITIES .
:JLne. devotional period that pre-

"cedes each meeting.. ,fit ; w > :
"". '; ISAIAH BLOCKER N: r 6 10,000 v, SPECIAL FRI. & SAT. S

"The Isaiah Blocker Junior High
School Band directed by Miss .- -COTTONS- -_ _BBBHHBBH H __BI-BH .
Norma Ruth Solomon will appear : '} '
; in concert,Sunday evening, '.1 Cotton:' Sheers
April 14, in the 'Mt Zion AME. r. No Iron' Cottons .
Church sanctuary. v DriPDrYCottons
r : Mrs. Rosa Lee Woolen, Mrs. A. .
Cotton Satins
Valdese. and Mrs. Nettie Cooper -
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are heads of the stewardess Cotton Sculptures I.
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.1 Washable
READY TO SERVE Henry Jennings,new drirez-salesman for the Reed Distributing Co. 'of I ,
4ks'"" NEW STANTON HIGH Jacksonville distributors of Schaefer Beer is seen beside his truck before embarking en his delivery 1st Quality Fabrics
& : SCHOOL route. A well-known Jaxon Jennings who is a graduate of..Stanton High School is active in.civic .
The day long_College:: Day aCtivity and community effort His.Job.as,driver-saleaman results from the employment policy of the Schaefer Decorator
held at New Stanton Senior Brewing Co.which was the first brewing firm to employ Negro driver-saljsmen about two years ago.
:. High School recently saw approximately I i FABRICS 59c
four hundred high tions, and five of the eleven are :
school seniors, teachers, college tOIIIMIE
on the Dean's List. They are For r
students and college and university Walter Robinson Evelyn Stewart, Easter Sunday AT
'- representatives in attend Fay Carolyn Williams, Ezell Pitt-: I FORTISHEERFlorals TO l. .
ance. The objectives of the pro.- man, 'Isiah J. Williams, Iralene 48" I
gram were: to stimulate student Bryant, Sarah Arnold, Matthew tti -SctRlcs-Modems WIDEms I
interest in college attendance; to Lawrence,Altamease Riley, Regi- T -IiiL
permit 'prospective college students nald Bray and. Theodore Wil-] I
and their parents to confer liams. I .... .. :
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personally with representatives of J :
specific colleges; and to give The Alpha Phi Gamma Honorary y <" Coolness, D ER
admission
overall information about Society has reorganized'for .
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requirements; college life, this,year.Members of this society a> a. '; :X Can I .
and instructional services,and fa- : .
must make the honor roll for two 'f';
cilities. consecutive semesters with no 'y See and FEEL
grade lower than "C." The presi- : ,DRAPERY DEPT.
The annual competitive" meet. dent of the Alpha Phi Gamma is ..',.,.;:,. : i I
ing o(the District Four Music Mrs..Evelyn Stewart Rev. JamesI. :'"-' ,
.. FesUval'.was held at New Stanton .. King ,is, sponsor. ".. :... ,_. i
High School recently to evaluate "Petite Les FiUes? Pledge Club --: .; = : ; WORKMANSHIP .
ON THE PREMISES
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choruses, ensembles and soloistsfor of the,Les Filles Des Charmes, .awoman's -, J
the-,State .Festival held inTampa I I GUARANTEED WORKSHOP
scholastic, club, presented I
0 ,. Miss Meltonia Cobb in 'a recitaL STRAW HATS, BY 'STETSON_ PERSONA'L'LYSUPER.VISEDLOWEST
The college family enjoyed
,. EDWARD, .. WATERS COLLEGE Miss Cobb's presentation of 'Cuc $5.95 and $7.95 50c NO FINERWORKMANSHIP I ..
Seventy students- at EdwardWaters'College koo,". un a'd d y's Sweetheart I PRICE
made the Honor "Jesus Walked This Lonesome ) .-
STRAW HATS BY. :ADAMS
Roll at the end.,of the first semester Valley, and.'" onor, Honor"" etc; : i. .- ANYWHERESLIPCOVERS AT ANY '
PRICE !I.
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and twenty students made the I: ; $1.95 to $5.00: ... rn _
Dean's LiSt. Of these_students,the The .last.' two, weeks :were i. ".
following three made straight "Pledgee Week" at EWC. The following FASHION NEWS SHOP MADE TO ORDER EACH COMPLETE PANEL COMPLETE DECORATING I
"A" averages or three points:Annie three organizations had. ,: Fabric cut and fitted in your Make as Many Panels as SERVICE
L.'Coleman, James Prime and. pledgees to gowon probation"LesBons'Camarades1 .. Your Neighborhood Stacy Adam"sStore I I horn on your furniture. You Need Pinch PleatedMeasure Installations & Hardware j I
Walter Robinson. "L s Filles DesCharmes" from Rod to Floor
Eleven on the Honor Roll'are and, ''.''.Alp I!a Phi CORNER .BROAD'S ASfi': r I I .
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I 'NAACP few Utfdators believe :DecIka MMd For Now Playground Nurses Guild Plans
May Tat the.law P will-accomplish much ex- .

z pect-punish the-NAAcP for leading _,._........._......-......_... ,+...."" .. ,. ",.... """ "- """ '...-..........,__. ... _J& For
IAACP As .Bacial Tr UeHaktr ;the integration.movement. Meeting SundayThe
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/ effect,, segregation sits are still Licensed Practical Nurses
being filed.A totAl of 96 affecting Guild will meet in' the home of
Florida lawmakers next month ness. In -Alabama, the orgaaka- '
alone Mrs. Ivory Hammond, 1717 Vf.
school segreg tiea. are in th4i'S
may tag the National Association Con was fined $199,000 on a coo- : : 15th Street
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the courts anST many.others are : Sunday April ,
r for the Advancement of Colored i tempt,charge for refusing to produce .
pee iB& on other aspects jof the
i People as the top trouble makerof certain records and has announced
Mrs. Bertha the
race .question. Fogle, presi-
the state's growing race ten its dissolution. :
dent, has announced that all
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sions. IAn t.naltiiirii" ; ib. sta*..iavkdmn
z members are expected to be
interim committee has Been old Uw pmtsd to curb i\Ku :

investigating .t h e organization Klux Khua. as a basis liar a*' i la- Ttackers Chaffed / q present.DODGERS? .
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since last summer's extra session.As )junction agates*'NAACP. Tba ai. .. 5S

i+ agreement-result that, there NAACP is will general be result.gamin': became iaadire as a, fa Hulls Caulirls l 41: $t/ CUT .SQUADTO

labeled as disturber of the peace In- Georgia, Jan official of ;the :
and possibly get banned.. group was jailed on a contempt laylYiag ,. 14 5 'S & REQUIRED COUNT
I How this will be done is not charge 'and fined $25,000. He refused -
fully decided. The investigating to produce records the state 5- S* TAMPA _The Brooklyn Dod-
committee's report will recom- wanted in an investigation. of PLANT CITY Two Plant gers have reduced the team to
mend a stronger law against bar- NAACP/s,tax,status. City.school teachers were chargedWednesday kz the limited numbers of players
legal term which In.South Carpliaa, membershipin in' a' morals' case involving :-;
ratry,'a means by releasing four to the Vero
stirring up lawsui It will charge NAACP by any 'person on the two, year-6ld gIrls. in d 5c iI S. Beach replacement center'"where
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that NAACP has,been behind the public payroll, including schoolteachers their schooL : they will be assigned to'minor 1

segregation suits filed in 'fhe is'forbidden on penalty ,Robert Gardner and Sam Hor- ; league clubs. The team is down
state. of dlvztisaa1. ton, both teachers at Marshall to the 29 ''player limit

The trouble Is that such a law Virginia Texas and North Carolina Negro High School, were charged S The four released are: Carl

may affect other organisations. Adopted laws requiring- with .Contributing to the delin .._" Spooner, sensational strikeout
The. attack on NAACP maybe saabaMoas .which 'sttk to, influ qUe1Cyrof minors indirect infor artist who made history with the
'd1rec ,' in 'the form*of a critical .nee legislation to rtgki r. While mations filed by ;.Solicitor .Paul Dodgers during the last week of
resolution or' a' bill requiring:the geaeralr the measures were aimedat Johnson. r the 1954 season who was out most

organization to produce" membership the NAACP. Johnson said that before he of last season' with a sore- arm;
lists, financial. records and ThfcCsferategy' behind them is to even filed charges against the outfielder Don Demeter; infielder

activity reports. cut down on segregation suits, two men they had brought notarized Dick Gray; and first'baseman JimGentile
t Whatever form the legislation practically ali of which are decided statements to ,the county .
.al in line with the SIMON-JOHNSON PARK The Two-C and Two-1+ political and chic organisations recent
takes, it.will follow a pattern ? Supreme school board signed by the mother Among 'those remaining with
ready set. Co&rt, mandate, ;orto: keep; the of the two girls in which the ly to dedicate the i Simon-Johnson Park. 26th Street- and Moncrief lload.5k the club were pitcher Rene Val-
'Three states -Alabama'Texasand NAACP lawyers busy defending mothers said they didn't want to des and catcher John Roseboro,
4 Louisiana got temporary themselves in court. seethe teachers lose their jobs as Seta are DaY d-lE. Green. William W. Green and Mrs. Mary L. Green of the 2-E Club Mrs.Fleeia ., who: are on the Los Angeles ros

injunctions from the courts; to While Florida may join the long as they were transferred to While president of the 2-C Club: Carlton Bryant playground'director: Willie Griffin president ter. The 29 member' squad .Includes -
prevent NAACP from doing busi parade of ,states curbing the other i schools.Johnson "' a Johnny Podres who has
} of Up 2-C Club Isadora Singleton 2-C comxnitieeman; and Mrs.Lillian Farley, 2-C commW..w maD..
said Gardner took the service exemptions.
'. two girls-from 'their classes telling -

them he could get them into
'; ; the school girl patrol, if they
I ;, ': '1 would come with him to another ASTOUNDING BARGAIN OFFER "
TTTl TTTl'r ..I school. S :

Instead, the girls said Gardner

4 took them. to Horton's home. ..r1
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.9- the girls,money to have relations .
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that he picked up the two

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wear TOP HAT $11.95 was held:at'Dawson Chapel CME ; : .
Church Sunday March 31 in con- ::3 .
LAYAWAYS ,-, CHARGE ACCOUNTS IHVmDlO'WARDS .f
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II .' ,', .n, ''News 'f Of ,Interest\ From ";:All Sections 1T if:_ Beautiful Florida ,il I



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,/II R"Eutnam County Mews 1 t .. ... u'c Rated 'Superior In District II_ ,Band FeffivojlDARNELLCOOKMAN Mrs.C..JiHoYs): ,

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Society- MeetingDAYTONA
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1 1'I : 608 Madiaon.Street FaWiEa Florida '
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Nancy Carey of Winter' Haven
*Hsu M president of the missionary society
: A THOUGHT FOR. THE WEEK:
of,
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'.. ; The!fief step toknowledge ,is to know thai wear., Ignorant.t ference, conducted the first meet- I

1 a '1. w vt. a' Y ing last Friday in the home .of

-jf.TL8i 'week Mrs. Ruth Green was... our movie guest. .Mrs.- Green" Mrs. Beulah .Horton. Participating
It employed at Gem Cleaners. during the meeting were the
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This week we are happy to Invite : r Rev. K. D. White presiding elder 1

awjroung,:,man who,Is veryHaft& S+nnons and Deacon Lferpy Ellin r S d ti : I and the Rev. J. A. Roberts pas

"1'He: plays on the CentralAcademy ton 'of' Shiloh Baptist Church tor of Bethel AME Church Lake- I

Baseball team. I have Stared. ... .... to SL Petersburg- 'WedBe4 land. Mrs. Ethel Dukes of Philadelphia
kj wcOhls: '.mother for:' quite a -/-< .y. where they attended the; Pa., was a 'visitor.

long time and also one of his convention'also.' -- Officers elected were; Mrs. I

aunts.:I feel certain he will even- '= J.A. Roberts. 1st vice president;

..tare Uy make. one of,the big league Mrs. K. D. White, 2nd vice presi-
1 teams. He has two brothers, and dent; Mrs.. Clarence B. Oliver
hit IDled l Artist To state president of the Young Pea
,J feel sure that ,he knows ,this r t
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plt Department Mrs. Beulah
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t yitation is meant for him. If he > f.rx, r
will contact me I will give him r Horton, supervisor of the Young

f ',two i passes"''so he can carry: his Appear At ENJMC ''LI .F s People's Department.

I girl friend_ to the movies Conference Branch officers

I elected or appointed were: Mrs.
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l lie.... L. D. Green. Her T. A. St. Augustine The cultural and :" -'.','<''.' ''', -- ,'... "".. S. W. Cousin, Mrs. W. M. Wells,

I Alston, and Mrs. Corine Ellis leftTuesday I atmosphere! of St Augustine will be -f ,BAND :"" Three first-division Superior ratings were claimed by the Darnell*Cookman Concert ,VendMarchingBand Miss M. E. Prowe. Mrs. Quennie

afternoon for St. Peters I the surrounding area' at the District II Band Festival held recently in Alachua. Florida. Black, Mrs. Clara' B. Williams,

I ;. but"to. attend,,the General Stale greatly of enhanced Philippa Schuyler by the appearance ; noted- Wendell, Holmes solo cornetist. was rated' superior for his presentation of ""Arduras" the small ensemble and solo division Mrs. Mabel Chappelle, Mrs.
J: Convention. He was accompanied by James A. 'Reed head drum major. Louise Chandler, Mrs. Jacquelyn
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t ,Baptist. concert artist in concert April 25 '
The band was rated. superior for.itspresentation of the march. The Challenger and .two overtures "Rip Van Winkle" and Peterson, 'Mrs. M. E. Harris Mrs. \
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: _I."' Friends of :THrs. Virginia' Jplui' Memorial at :Florida College.Normal and'Miss Schuy' "Aladdin's .Lamp" in the concert division. .In, sight; reading the band played "Green Valley Overture." Lamar B. Jones,. Mrs._ Rachel W.

son will regret to learn that she lers The group played "Washington and Lee Swing March." "The Marine Hymn" and presented. an original show to the tune of "The Hankerson, repoI1er.I' ,
a auspices :
is confined to her ,bed, through of the faculty and staff' o f ,Merry,Widow Waltz" to receive a superior rating in the;predxion drilling division.The .

-'ilInesi.i.' .. the school Proceeds from the-con the Florida Association.Darnell-Cookznan of B'an4 band.Directors.which is,; directed. by John H. Bplden.! is the first' band to:,,be,,rated,:superior.in. three. ,-dlviiidhs of I Court F, Blodgett Homes, girl t

r cert which will be held jn the March 30.
Rev.....I :and. Mrs.' J. W. Walker" areamong Hecksher Gymnasium, will bene=: -- I Elite and Eslyn Jackson, 2036

:the, several persons Iron fitthe.college's: annual fundraising ;I St.' age 21.Johnny i Durkee Dr., girl, March 30.
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aiatka' : who are attending" the efforts. F- f Wedding Bells I Lee Simmons, 423 I Hilliard and Gloria. Stampler5136. ,- I

Slate Baptist Convention in St. Copeland St., 'age' 20 and Gloria I 1 Avenue, B.,. ,Moncrief. ,boy,
Petersburg., Rev. Walker is the The. artist was, born in New Fv .Applications. for.Marriage. Louise ii Grant: 1445"'W.' 14th St. :March 30.Isreal ..
.. in,,1932,and began, ,L Looms .
pastor oi 1 Mi.-Tabor :Tini-Baptis York City per age 19.Robt I and Doris Hills Sr.,3831

Church and assistant- principal of forming and composing at theage'ofVfour. ,N ; f! ,Lincoln LeRoy Odum, 1439 T. Moore, 991 W. State ',Freeman Rd., boy, March; 29.

i I ,the convention.r She had three of her e; S." ,:' Wilcox St., age 27 and Juanita St, age 48 and Frances Williams Willie C. and, Ernestine.,Jenkins -
pieces : ublished' when she was James, 2120 Myrtle Ave., 39.
:..f.4a. : Viola Johnson, 1781 W. 9th St, age 5610 Verbena Rd, boy March"
Friends of Professor W. L. five, and at seven she appeared in :: ..";' 21.Robt. 29. -

1 Hartsfield will regret to learn that two recitals at the New York ryf ;;.. age : Howard and Mary Butler, ,Jax
Chatman
he is the in :World's Fair rendering 'her own E. 3334 Mon!
t ; confined(1to( :hospital crief Road 24 and Stork V Beach F1&, boy, March 18.
?: Ocala, seriously ill., Mr.;-,Hart compositions.The' The young citizens seen here,'aredoingtheir, bit for, the eoun.by' Wallame3334, age Moncrief GeorgOphelia' Jimmy and Odessa Randolph. ,

I r field is the principal of Howard armed services. V .916 Leila St, girl, March 30.
concert April 25, will mark Road, 22. DeliveriesBorn
a 1 t High School in Ocala. .. Miss Schuyler's first appearancein First photo: Robert Weaver Jr. 22 son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert age ; George H. and Elizabeth Pinck-

,,' the immediate St. Augustinearea. Weaver Sr., 1724 W.JSth Street has_completed the ,first phase iof Mack J. .Putman, 1126 Logan, I ney, 516 E. Church St,. girl. .
; Her.;J. A. Wright is attending basic military training at Lackland .Air Force.,Base San Antonio St., age 22 and Carolyn Faye. To: March 23.Albert .

the State :Baptist Coavesiioa.' Texas. He is now taking part in the advanced training course: after Lewis, 912 W. 2nd St., age 16. Thompson, 825 Leila St.

Mrs. Alma',Brown repMeaiedJtheCalvary ,V which he will qualify for alignment in one.....!J.f the "Air- Force's 43 Thos. R. Cummings, P. O. Box Mose D. Smith75'' Magnolia St, boy, March 31.
[ ,Baptiii Sunday School, \W.OVRVS, major career fields. 383, Yukon; Fla., age 21 and Gro- girl. March 25. Samuel N and Viola Wright

t the State convention:: ; She prix ..... Second photo Barbara'Y Jackson, 18 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. cie''' Louise'Thomas; 1870 W. 45th, Henry Davis ?hears n, 622 2064 D ana .Avert girl March 25.
I accompanied by the tluperlniead PROGRAM 'SCHEDULEHONDAy.nmAY Allen Jackson 1504_ W. 10th Street, is completing hat Air"Force bade

i ent E. J. Vreen. Deacon Amos military training course at Lackland Air Force.Base. the "Gateway

t !a; Ise-,cez fn-' O.' SCHEDULE. to the Air;Force.." Her training preparing her for entrance into
'.&.:11:01 News A 'Weather Air Force technical training and for atsignmenf apt daUzed work. NO NEED TO BUY'
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BOY .- SILL RENT RIPAIK tOO-1U News Grace)4k Weather The course.includes a scientific evaluation of:her aptitude and inclination .

S HAMWEY:; EROS 'T.3.. 1:00 )Monte. Capera ,(,Wei for, following :;a particular .>vocation and career.
." : Bodxen) ; Third ''photo: John W. Ward" 17 son of Mrt.'France/Ward. 1076
SEWING MACHINES :01IS News Weather THE
WASHING ,MACHINES "03.3:00""" Morning Haden Capers- (Bob' ,W. Fourth .Street. is completing his basic military training:at Lack LARGE

Sofa and SeryJce -. Since 19IS .:10.x03 New**)Weaker 1 land Air Force.Base, also. He is being prepared for:.entrance,into Air
i 20 BROAD ST. EL 4.7741er: U1-1x:00. amnpto'8hw): SHow.. (JTehaay force technical training or for any All Force duly a: assignment.
UM-1043 News A Weather11.'x3.11:55 Fourth photos Benjamin S. Williams grandson of Mrs./Eleanor "

Gospel urac.JI Trata, ,Ne. 1'(Deacca;- Williams -is-presently being trained, at 'Warren'Air Force Base in SJZEV..YFJT t,

11:00-11:03 News A Weather Wyoming., He will receive his .specialist .rating while undergoing A
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Once) .' ,-' technical training at Warren. After graduation he will. assume. duties s V
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UU140 12e512:15 Noontime Job Mart TonetlmeYTonno. (Yvonne Daniels) If you haven't\ tried

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&&S. Tonla'bulldihealth. iq llrt 12:1510 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tonetime) musical program featuring McClaln acting dean and professor .."" '.. .-,.,. It .- -.. ...- 9
.ran+ttlrwr talk 10-,13 News Weather Sammie L. Davis, choir director of pharmacy'in the school of v
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V mmm hat *mil AM W r1/ 30'Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny an organ recital April 29, at 8:30 science faculty fellowship by the ..,..., t.f J'1i_ .:<: .: :. I
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.'Greene) Urges .Boxers' Pass-U Louisiana .r MONTGOMERY RACIAL ref JILLSMONTGOJIERY PASSESMORE -



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City Commission of Montgomeryadded

I Terns: Law Pawed,ly: LspishI.II I'f TIT.:"sas By Ted Carr ll GOLFERS. GUII.It SETS NEGROES ON EIGHT its books more when segregation they went laws on record to'

i:hi Ua-J.riaa PtacIica II ; r TOURNAMBflTKAlBMembers NATIONAL ROSTERSNEW as passing an interracial law
L f prohibiting mixed contests be-
tween the race:

MEW TORS ._::A terrific' punch WM..tfeewn, at. tU Hate,efLonisSaaawreotaily Golfers. at the Guild Jac, videAmateur : YORK,- Each National The latest addition to a seriesof

by.Abe J. Greesevceagaicfieee*:of A1 Naltoss r d 1i of the 4th'. amoral: CityWideAmateur ;-spoaiors :i League baseball club has at least recent bias bills forbids any

I' Boxing:Association when he advised all.rrirofighiiM'to rurn.dewa Golfers CliarnpionshipTournament one Negro on its'roster at present athletic contest where Negroesare
that .,. !as a result of the Philadelphia participants.One .
matches in Louisiana until ttaie ense* what ht ciHod "a wicked ; scheduled'\ be
boeloJ Phillies acquisition of Chico Fer- of the officials immediately
and un-American law from iii I -
the N Lincbin Golf
played on w' nandez from and theclub's
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Brooklyn declared that the new anti-mix
He said he would urge that a
I course Sunday, April: 28are in I signing of John Kennedy, order would ban a scheduled ex-
resolution passed last November
hastate t!e.1aw. from
erue* its i the-process compiling'a roster
: I another infielder, to a major league hibition' baseball betweenthe
criticizing a law passed by the books.FERNANDELWADW. of:all local amateur golfers:;, game
i contract Kansas City Athletics and
Louisiana legislature barring
President Elwood (Homie)
bouts between Negroes and i Six of the eight American League the Birmingham Barons. The
Banks of the Guild has issued
whites be implemented and en- :; an II teams have Negro players, Kansas City club has several Negro -
announcement that"MelvhxVWard. ,
I the Boston Red Sox and Detroit players.
forced. TO THE PHILLIESBROOKLYN. local amateur goferantla; mem-
Tigers being the
only exceptions. The new bias law states "It
"It is a shameful.". ecUon on ber of the Guild' hasbeenrv appointed -
shall be unlawful for white and
so-called Americanism. that an chairman of.Uie*research
N. Y. Chico colored patrons to play togetherin
t American boy is obliged to pro 1 committee in charge the'com-
test the color'of his skin becauseof Fernandez, who was seen in a % Y pilation of the. roster. Golfers Dnpas Is: Accised: any checkers- pool, billiards,
Brooklyn: uniform the day the I i1 Softball basketball baseball
the narrow-minded ,legislation whose names are not listed are
Braves played the Dodgers in r track, football golf, and at swim-
which establishes the pigment as" Jacksonville,',has,, since, been acquired .w, urged to contact members the Of, Beiig A Negro ming pools, beaches, lakes or
match
the basis for a boxing sponsoring group in order get
by the Philadelphia Phil- ponds at games or athletic contests -
i Greene said.Greene's I their the mailing
: names placed on' -
II I lies to plug the.gap at shortstop. of any nature. -
anger arose when list. NEW ORLEANS-The LouIsi-
there was some doubt as to whe- The Cuban infielder has always A partial list of the amateur ana State Athletic Commissionheld letic events between Negroes and

ther the Louisiana State Athletic been considered a slick-fielding golfers includes Milton White, a three hour executive ses- whites. Dupas said he couldn't
Commission would give the go shortstop.but a terribly weak hit- MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION Gen Fullmtr.. the' world's frank O Neal,,Lamar ton; Isaiah sion recently on charges that 21- understand why anybody would
sign on the Vince Martinez-Ralph ter.. Mayo Smith.,Phillies manager *. 'mlddkwdsbl champion will go in the zing''May 1 in 'the Chicago White, George' Harris Jr., year-old, sixth ranking light want to do this to me. I'm white

V Dupas bout after-it was charged says. he has,no.doubt the ax'Dodger .Stadium to. defend the iiile he won from Sugar Ray- Robinson. Leroy Tanker; William Scriven heavyweight contender, Ralph and I don't know why I have to

4 that Dupas was-a Negro. Before cart compete with some :Fullmer.: younger than Sugar Ray has been given the odds against William Shellman,'P. S. Calhoun. Dupas of,, New Orleans was born prove it."
of the best for the position, but Ray Fiffei experts believe the champion can bit hard**,,aad move ., of
the Louisiana Commission okayedthe EL L. Geiger, Joe C. Home; Charles Negro parents. Mrs. Lucretia Gravolet, elderly
bout, Greene said he would his failure to ,hit major league around faster in the ring than his challenger. Experts believe the Brown, Albert Pierce, John The, case' was continued when schoolteacher from Plasquemines

urge Vince Martinez to refuse to pitchiniiwould result in. being OksmpioD.can go longer than the ex-champion because/'of ,the age Gibson, James Pierce; Frank Eu- Sam Monk Zelden, attorney for Parish La.. where she said Dupas

box in Louisiana because the bench V advantage banks, Thomas F. Mathis.-Robert Dupas, protested that he had no was born of Negro parents shouted -

law had brought into question his .Fernandez,' who. came to the Mims, Dr. O. 'W. Bunche, Alonzo time to prepare a case. The big- at the fighter: "You are a Ne-

scheduled bout with Ralph Dupas, Dodgers.from.Montreal, was called Lewis, Frank'Hampton,John MAnor -: gest payday in his long career is gro. I know you are a Negro.

who had been charged with being the best fielding shortstop in Charles Warren, William at stake. He is scheduled to meet Now put me in jail if you don't

Negro. Dupas was to appear before the International League's history SPORTING Ui Mathis, Leroy B. Jackson, Al fourth-ranked welterweight con- like it."

: a 13-man commission to by; the loop president Frank Bryant Johnny Davis,., Edward tender Vince Martinez: April 8. Cancellation of the scheduled

prove himself,to be a white man. Shau neSv"" He, hit .277 in 89 Monroe, Toney Boatwright. D. Promoter Heard Ragas predicts a fight April 8 between Dupas and

For many years, the commis- games) with Montreal last .year Hargrove, Robert Murry, Dbzell $50,000 gate. Patterson, N. J. welterweight
C. PARHAM JOHNSON
sion has. refused to approve and .227 in 34games; with the BY Bonner, C. Wiley Frank Jenkins The Louisiana Legislature pass- Vince Martinez has been threat-

matches between whites and Ne- Dodgers. ELLIOTT'COLEMAN the player 500 points in.leading.his;team'to Ernest Jones; W. Cato;. Isadore ed a law last year banning ath- ened.

groes. Last year, the ban 'was the1!'Baltimore Orioles picked berth.in the NCAA-tourney. Singleton, Fleming Albertle; Leroy ...
written into law by the state leg Robiisti Trails up from the Birmingham Black petition. In the regular,season he .Little, Ben Turner, Elwood L.

islature, which extended the traditional -. Barons was,kept in the-Birds' scored 548 points an' average of J.Banks James Burris,, Willie C.

ban to cover forms of training camp at Sco scale.Ariz. 28.9 a game. His thrM. ear varsity Coles, Melvin C., Copeland, S.,C.
amateur and professional sports. For Retai Brai for further;inspection. He is due total was 1.230 and for his Dorsey, Nathaniel Dudley, Cornell -
,
The Dupas-Martinez: bout was .go;toiKnoxrille, of the South four I years 1533. He scored 30 Dunlap, ,Charles A* Green, IYIIM VStJI

held but Greene insists that box- GREENWOOD LAKE,'N..Y.,- Atle League.. points or better in ,five, games James J. Hammonds Julius Hen-
ers should shun Louisiana \millWatch this derson Sr., Oscar: L, Hlllman,
Tear tYSIitll*
Sugar Ray Robinson has resumedhis LARRY DORY, of the Chicago nil
James Holmes P. J. Jenkins Al
I training for the middleweighttitle White Sox, has been batting in : ANDRES RODGERS; topflight
,, .
c. Joyner, George McClellan T.McCoY'
bout with. Champion Gene the. clean-up position during rookie candidate for the New Each o.tOMT l I.
M. Samuel Monroe Joseph Oar Utoralearafafte
Fullmer at Chicago May 1. the Spring exhibition games and York Giants, hit.his fourth home very, ... CMHpoi CURRENT RATE I Insured as fe
II Pauline Sr., James Redding,
Robinson,who will be attempt irom the way he has been pound- run in an exhibition'game againstthe 4e s.OB i- ,$10,000 by the
ing to ,regaln the championship! mgttha,ball,and driving runs, Cleveland Indians., Rodgershas William Reid. Sar- Annually ea' SOT 1jc,7, 0 Federal --.--.
Leon Richardson, Davis lags to thh AM- 3
l Manager Al ,Lopez will probably also starred at shortstop. His end lose losmr-
for: ,the third Ump, intends tospec geant Otis Speights;,James Reid defog which I.!
have daily workouts, at this : Keep him in,that position. hitting and fielding-have caused Eddie Lee Smith;., Melvin Ward chartered sad I raw, once CorperatteAauthorized
the Giants ; to hang on MrrUd by>> the OF DIVIDEND by M
when he will shift manager
r until April 18, CATCHER CHARLIE WHITE Herbert Wingate Felix White, U.S. Gevemmeat. act ef Ceflfrees.The .
his base to ICl JcagO- Fullmer-is hu fTia4t) histhird unsuccessful to him,and}1e'wp1 definitely be Arthur McDonald Heary*Jackson -

training in,Chicago now. : try;to.: tickin the majors. He has member,of the.Giants team.in Herbert James?HarryLiUle-

t I Ray who is.sparring'with Otis ter' at-l: )idc.to.the minors by 1957. john; ,John' Wally. and Devoy

Woodward of Memphis and ,Lee the.Balte..Orioles.JACKIE GEORGE P. WENNES, of Brown.
I Williams Augusta, Ga., weighed .
,.ROBINSON'S retire- Cleveland Ohio has:filed a damage
This Clown in recently at,166-dx pounds raeatxcbd.: several things to base- suit.,for $79,000 against the
over.the-middleweJght limit- Kansas City Athletics.. ln-West PATBOHIZE'' -
i.JL.UIem. was, it left the
71-83=24 Gi"--: tflOtitta first 'baseman. Palm Beach; c1"Imbghe'lost his FLORIDA STARADVERTISERS
1 left after being hit in theface
963187.k WANTEDDetltff tie set the baseball world to discussing eye
.by a batted ball March 7.
fet the retirement pro and:

.k OLD"97"PROBUCTSBay con and it left baseball ,without BASEBALL FANS,can remem-
3 1 at Wholesale. .... one of the moat versatile men to ber:the old discussion and argu-

6 A 7 CALL CV 93119froe ever wear a baseball uniform. ments'as to .comparing Yogi I YOUNG MEN'S SHOP
-1 te S .....
2 _, r 9 *. EDDIE MIKSIS has been described Berra of the Yankees and Roy


flF$ 86 5. ll player as ba.seball..moSt.since Jackie, retired.'versatile Campanella a new one of now the DodgersThereis in comparing ::7ettue4f.r E11.5 T E R u'" :

LEARN leaguer
Eddie remains the only big
273=99 1'-'n.-Ql''.. at). TIM ...... I who baaplafed..at.Iottt. dif- Mickey Mantle of, 'the:Yankees.

Way T.- Leave ferent positions ,,in' at least 100 Many experts In baseball '
Sometime he'sSometimes vp have rated Mays as',the' greatest
he'e dow AJAXDftlYWGrSCHOOL games. Jackie played all over the living player that is active in 8..

c He add, evbtracte diamond during his ton years competition As'the opening date
He verb tt, .11 g MM. E, with the Dddgen.THEtCLEVELlND. both Mantle.'and 1 -
approaches,
i CALL Qi.4-ecar; INDIANS Mays are hard at work trying to. '

FOR APRIL ,20th.: G IIJJ!Nt,... iop'rook18 prospectLaxrv Raines be ready,when the gong sounds.

12-85-54 1134iW.' 54kreet hadia, tazrittrattback. in his,bid WHEN THE BRAVES AND om ,. ISPORTS' IEmD.

lb. nsu1B.Job' when he suf- DODGERS "met in,,the Jacksonville -
fered a io-fraciure. Rains was Baseball Park Wednesday.

among ihariopthl&ars in spring April 3, the park did not look
'" The Beatitiful.OFC :Reem'; exhibition games* but Manager like the same place where the
-of- Farrell was beginning to find two teams met each other in 1955-.

THE- H'ARLEM CLUB fault with his aggressiveness at 56. From the third.base side' of 1
the;Jims of the accident. the 'park o naround the field to
PROV'OU'.AWSIC FOR DANCING AND USTWfi1I;
27.03'.KINGS. AVENUE, PHONE FU9.14Si: 4 HUMBSCTO ROBINSON, the the first bass'side there were

ex-Jacksonville Braves. pitcher people everywhere one could: SAMMY KATE HENRY FOJfOA B08COUSY SAMMY OAVtt JR.
stopped the Florida Star office look in previous years. In 1957.

during the Milwaukee Braves'' there was a vast difference

I IEIOSEIE For. Pilwrt stay4n; the city Robinson stoppedin Should someone car to answer

ely8l'f'CaL: to'.see old friends, He had this column would like to.know \ :ryo.ur: celebrity-styled / ,

about-Juan why. .
much Pizarro's
taay I
I TfZL1iii VICTOKTFM. brilliance and ;'what".a;pitcher he JIM PENDLETON, recently of '

& WICt315 ''* thinks he. is.ORLANDO'. MHwuakee. Braves is now a NATIONALLY ADVERTISED: \

; ZULUBTA, top member-of,;the,Pittsburgh roster.

ranking. contender* for. Joe Jim was a familiar figure scoopingup '

E& Brown's lightweight title won In balls around third base the ; :
day the' Dodgers played the BROOKFIELDTROPICAL y .H
a-bout jover Joey Lopes of Sacramento -
,.CaliL The bout was very Braves ,in Jacksonville. He was

: unpopular because ,it received out there during batting practice;,
r boos all the Cuban but before the next day Jim had i ibeen'
r Foadft many ,way. .
STRAND: ; 'WRONGMAH', -"Heary Zulueta threwmanypunches that swapped to the 'Pirates. SUITS'

loaded, ,but 'apparently none of Things happen fast in.baseball.
SAT.131116 :..SCANDAL. BKX"BOOSEYELT ,
SUN. THRU ? '
effective.
them were;very Lopes THE MILWAUKEE. BRAVES

C I... APRIL 14-20 Is.an unranked fighter, who is have 15 Negroes .in their''farm Ccttoa; rayon and sgfe are UenM wfth greet skin I to '. .': .;;. .

r SITTIEWSun. tringto fight-his way to the top.EIUmrcAB'1ost system at present' and two 'of .')you,my'ef..... sunnier...1IIIt.lMkso[ much like' gJvOS3 595' ...,:-' '.
them appear'to be of'major lea- .
a heavyweightbout ::;th"r janulns aeHc yen ..., see the difference. ."I1e in
'to Paul,Andrews' hi gue calibre right now. One of the ,
S... T.... April 14.16"AR Miami
C8eaeY .-Tire*. App.14 .1 t Beach Sladhn but all.the.cheers men, is JuajuPizarro, with the ..... ....." ...., : -

1Sew1117 DIRTY FACES'8o .. ,t. TRAPEZi".. ot.tlted? west toiCab: who JackseaviRa a Braves .in" 1956.'and .

P "CHIME SCHOOL"art },.. Bart I.J .nil.... left therfefifttfce too.. The the other':is Lee"Mays; 'a left WE' WELCOME YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT -
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"MISMATED"' ...W _. .Tiara, April. X17.18. attentiaaot .fee"crowd::'was .centered Three League in"1959.:'Both'men The Men
r ed.it Shop
Behavior I trI lela""of.Female Repert.- h otrCab the .uaderdog.COKEirfeeBlNgro". even'have chance been given'.to?stick.better than .an Young

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Children BY of JAY color JAY came from fa* [1100 MOD ST. JAX I APP 'AACE CENTER J MtOMf SI 6-26021 I I

and near to wiisMC .|.:...*.between
the Pride Brooklyn and

the Milwaukee.Br..,....For raaay .
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of the Braves ii was a sort of x : >
"homecoming." There were er- t;
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era! fellows on the squad who &
serred their apprenticeship
Ben Geraghty .and his local a,
Brares. ." ._-L- 1

Had a long talk with Billy Bru-
ton who explained that even ,to t :; 4ji& 1-a'f t f !

this day Negro ball players are ,
expected to 'do the impossible.
They are still not regarded as
"ball players" and evaluated on "
an equal basis. He explained the
pressure which rests on the sepia !
players and spoke of how "right
attitude" never enters pinto the

evaluation of a white player.A 'S. % k'
new park and community 4ii

house- will be dedicated at 26th : .4,,.. i I .
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and Moncrief in the near future.In +\ \ \ $
the past few months three
community houses and several :! L
wa
lighted play courts have been k. \
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constructed in the Negro section. : 3 -
This has been done without fan
fare by the city park department : :
There icon thing which bears
watching Wilder Park is in I
the path of the Expressway which

fs winding its way across Jack ,,
sonville. We don't know whetheror
not plans have been made to
replace the popular play area. We
only hope the "leaders" are not .
asleep. I

Willie Smith joined the ranks
of the hospitalized. At last'report RADIO & GOSPEL
he is doing fine and has been out
for a few days. Joe Higdon is on SINGING STARS I
the mend and expects to be backto

work soon. s T : i _
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On the hospital kick. Ted Frazier -I On WOBS K _
administrator of the FAMIJ _
Hospital: is leaving in a short
while. We have heard conflicting' 0 Yy
<'r a
reports as to why the able young .i+ i Rr + ANNIVERSARY I

,administrator' .is seeking a new .
location.One thing is true Tallahassee : ;'. : GOSPELTHON e I
is 'a "hot town for any r
Negro who has courage.

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For Sale Two .
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"A FilM Of Reverent And MeIIIft v 75x100REASONABLY CORNER MYRTLE AVE. AND SHAD ,ROE
MttplflcaftC5l- 4927 Wokorr Ave.... Almost new-three bedroom b..folow e.
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CeCil B. 'DeMille's Sewage Water B". ,'Tarns bock lovndrv$1500 down...., to big"livuig...room oad- kjtc......_Off Arvnatc FRESH WATER CARP ...Ib. 35c MEDIUM DRUM ..... ........Ib. 29c

Production H&gk Dry Land 2737 HamHtoB- Circle large modem, six room bvogalew .. let' WHITE PERCH ...................Ib. 35c Genuine Banacle Bill le 2Vi.U>. Pkgs.
Near Bus Line .lee by 400. ftet. New 'vacant. 3. bedroenu, Bring room, .... room Medium Va. CROAKERS .Ib. 25c FISH STICKS ............... .... ca. 75c
ad ..... kitchen. Steve mtd heater Jecleded.. Off Cfevea! Road
7/1 TeN CALL Terms., BEACH WHITING ,...,....,...' Ib. 29c SPANISH MACKEREL lb. 35c

PO 4-4397 HOPE- O'BRIEN REAL ESTATE. Shrimp Boat WHITING .....Ib. 25c PINK SNAPPER ,. ., lb. 29c

tJ, EV 8-4417 ANY TJME or EL ....6 GENUINE RED SNAPPER .Ib. 59c FRESH MULLET ............... lb. 20c
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