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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 22, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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BISHOP NICHOLS CASE CLOSEDu














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VOL. 8 --'No.: :} A"" "WS MARCH 22. 1958-JACKSONVILLE: 9. FLORIDA '1S iIBr w o ?


'FUNERAL .RITES TO BE HELD .t _
I I mil VOTERS '



MONDAY FOR REV. K. D. BRTH I I NAMES STRUCK r : in-L'aw: FightMan !


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Funeral services will be held on FROM BOOKS :

Monday March 24, at 10 s s s 1I


for Second the Baptist Rev King Church David,the Britt church am.l in|)I I Ih RRe Set Monday *:I S n p r r v_IS e.;& of Registration I

I"rmmlnp H Bjuds announced 1 Dead 1 1 1i
<> for "
pastored twenty-eight }i< '!< )I. 1 Wounded

Y His 8X5. death after several. months j' .i:;; .,' this teen weal dropped I: that from 24. n the voters books" have in ithr ,


., b nnial purge f the rolls i .
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terminated career as a nationally : "- : I .
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; : required by law.
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prominent leader.A religious and fraternal Bowden said many of the voters i BISIIOPNICIIOLS CASE CLOSED? i ; J -

native Floridian, the Rev. whose names have been, purged i

Mr. Britt was born in Marianna: : ,. have changed their address 'and

on April 14, 1886 but had livedin 'Ii'Ii failed to notify the registration CHURCH GIVES HIM BACK PAY r ;
Jacksonville for the past 28 I :
office of the change.
years. If"i

For many years, he served the Most of-the names purged were !I By Staff Correspondent :
East Florida and Bethany Baptist: \" those-: city--voters. The names ;

Association as moderator, and :, of 15,964 persons were stricken;i I The off-today-and-on-again Bishop Nichols-AME church
awarded the title of Moderator .; from the city rolls 'while 8,313 ',I fight which has rocked on through a series of trials and >

Emeritus during a recent session ,,: 'r, ,:," j|I appeals): can now be considered closed. if the fact that BishopD. .
names from the county were re Ward Nichols has received check for <
of the organization; He was a just : a back-pay
member of the Finance 'Committee -t moved. 1 $3,600 and the Bishops' Council has issued"a resolution of

of the National Baptist Convention Bowden said('the large number agreement, can >e taken as indication of a settlement .

of America a memberof REV. K. D. BRITTTte J of purged names from the city But judging from past performance no o:e ca.i b: too certain ,I
that the' fight is really over.
the North Jacksonville
Lodge .I indicates moving of city residentsto
'No. 387 Free and Accepted Masons The'money came in checks
homes in the county areas. '''' 7yf N

Most Worshipful Grand '. .. ...",.." -- .1 t : Lodge- Florida 'and- as"a| r- CTe rvmo1it5l' back
; : remains. nwy. ,1.e.: ..,vu wed stfcnarf* r
the county Is now Itot007'7 contrasted Tf '
'
Y Grand Lodge Officer Royal Arch in the Whittington's Funeral salary i at the rate oi about $1,200 rr-.V
Masons of Florida, A. J. Junius with the 144.284 voter on l
; Home, 800.West State Street. per month. (An approximate. $500is FOR OFCOUNTYNURSE tti? >
Chapter No. 70, Knights Templar I from Sunday afternoon .at 2:00: I j I Io'clock the rolls as of last Nov. 1.. allowed each bishop each montlr .." M I Ix V
Gethsemane
Commandery Number until 10:00: p.m.-that night, The number of voters in the
One and also of the Shriners for expenses with about $700 I
hen the Body will be taken to the city is 65.403 and in the county
Rabia Temple Number Eight, Second Baptis Church 951 Kings salary for each month.>II
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54,604.n. I
and a Thirty-Second Degree ].Ia.1 R .3d. to lie" in sf\t*> fTm 8:00: !I I I The confirmation of Bishop s aK
.>w(:e1 reminded that ut c. ue 4 n Q
son.The I ("' Jock Monday morning until the the primary elections will be hed? I' Nichols assignment to the 36th Willie Jones. 38, 1026 Pearl j \
Rev. Mr. Britt was also hour for the service. Street who, was found guilty of I Ii
I in.September this year, the regisration Episcopal District at. the Bishops'I
n member of the Board: of Direc- B''zial0? be in 'he mily first murder by a jury
books will not be oPen i degree
j jtttween I Council meeting on Feb. 20 in
tors of the Afro-American Life I P'ot in 'v.e Memori; i '1 Cemetery Aug. 9, the date for I I in the fatal shooting of Theresa I

Insurance Company and Chairman I under direction of J. :C. W.-ittinp-: I closing the books for the primar.j Ntw Orleans granted the Rt.. Rev. Marion Warner, 29, a Duval Medical .
of the Trustee Board cf Florida I ton. :Mortician. .Mr. Nichols back pay from Nov. Ceter Nurse, last Dec. 14 i
j ies. and the general election on j Y
I
Normal and Industrial Memorial \\1 .
I
I Il Nov. 4.The was setenced to life imprison
College. He was prominently iden- will 1 ..
l NEGROES RETAIN ment. -" ='' "
books are open now for ;. Bishop and Mrs Nichols >l ]:i WW"i T
tified with the Lily White Se-I RIGHT TO GOLF i registrations. i leave New "York on March 27'I, Jones was convicted of first SERVE FOR VAGABONDS Two charming lassies
curity Benefit Association, Num-
I degree murder in the shooting,
ber 126, where he served as Past i]! ON CITY COURSE for Trinidad. B.W.I. but the jury saved him from the who served as cigarette-corsage girls for the VagabondsClub

Grand Deputy. ;I, MAN ARRESTEDFOR I The Bishops' agreement said in electric chair on a recommenda. annual formal dance held at the Duval County

Relatives are: A devoted wife] NEW ORLEANS Negroes in part: j tion of mercy. The recommenda. Armory las Friday night are brought to the forefront of

Mrs. Alberta Britt; two eons, West Palm Beach, Florida again "We the members of the;: tion automatically gave him a the FLORIDA STAR this week because of their freshness

Colbert J. Britt and K. D. Britt won the right to use the city's SHOOTING Bishops' Council of the AME life sentence and with good behavior and youthful beauty which-all the world appreciaics. The

Jr., all of this city; one sister, municipally-owned golf course Church fee that for the good of he could be released in charmers are left Annette Johnson and Marie
Mrs. Julia Baker of DeFunlak when the United States Fifth Circuit the African Methodist Episcopal about seven years. young
Springs, Fla.; two"brothers, Hay. Court of Appeals in a ruling JAXONFATALLY Church that we should by voterecommend Circuit Court Judge Bayard B. Brinkley. Stanton High, students. (Photo scenes of the

wood Britt of Detroit Mich., and' recently, refused to lift an injunction : and -direct that all Shields sentenced Jones after de- affair are seen on the "Star.*" Social Page-3.)

Mallory Britt of Marianna. Fla.; ordering the city to discon- .i civil court proceedings be withdrawn I vying a motion for a new'trial

grand-children, Colbert Britt, Jr., tinue its Jim Crow ban on. t h.e A 57-year-old Jacksonville man by agreement of the par.1 requested by defense attorney
:Miss Helen Britt, King David course. is being held in Duval County ties concerned and. by this docu-(I Ralph Roberts. The motion for anew BROTHERS-IN-lAW STAGE BATHE

Britt m, and Byron V. Britt, an The permenant injunction was jail for homicide investigation,ment they are so directed I' trial was argued against by
of this city; daughters-inJaw issued last June 13 after WarrenH I1 out'of the Assistant State Attorney Nathan
"Growing love and
in the death from gunshot woundsof S
Mn/Susie Britt and Mrs. Winona: Collie and three other Negroes Fred Williams alias .Billy WUliams. devotion for his church Bishop Schevitz, who prosecuted the 1 DEAD 1 SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
Britt: both of this sistersinlaw. ,
city; filed I .
a suit contending that the j 61. 922 W., Eighth Street D. Ward Nichols because of his eue.I
Mrs Beasit Britt of Marl- city in not permitting them to use I
last Saturday night March 15 in integrity and in addition in the I
anna. Fla.. Mr*. Gallia Britt of the golf course, violatetd their the 1700 block of Lee Street. interest of the peace, harmony I One brother-1&1r' is dead and the other one badly "woundedaa
Milton Fla, and Mr*. Ida Britt civil rights. the result of a fight which took place between them last Sunday
Eerie Ma Simpson 2115 Payne and unity of the AXE: Church in WOMAN Wi
of Tampa, Fla.; brothersJa4awt The, Appeal Colrt maintainedthat Street told Det. ,Sgts J. H. Park. accord with the collective Judg- arch 1ft. in.front.of the lied Rooster" night spot at 5074 Moncrief
Albert and A. D. Walker of De;:
nieces the appeal was overruledby er and O. A.. Johnson 'of the Ho i met of the Bishops in. Council P.. d. .38 pistol with six empty shellsto

trot ,Iflcb.cousins, several and' other'rea.: nephews three previous opinions of ,the midde Division; she was workingin whose appredatica ,is given for IN KILLING Willie J. Reed, 49, 9010 Venus police. He was admitted to

lives a bakery' at 171 Lee Street I his' agreement to relinquish the Street was killed by gunshot Duval Medical Center.

i which is directly behind Fred office of President and Secretaryof wounds inflicted by his brother. Investigating officers were Lt.

iHFLAMMERSTAKE Williams home..After work hours I the Council OF; LOCAL! MAN h law. Charlie Taylor 45. 1117 P. F. Peterson Deputy M. H.
BOYCOTT IS URGED she went to- Fred. Williams and It iat further the collective > Hayes and Road Patrolmen R. C.

IN CAPITAL asked him to take her home and judgement of the Bishops' Council'i I I W. 23rd Street. Wilkins and U H. Dunaway.WILLIE .

GEORGIAN at the time he refused because that ati charges prior end. 'as a Eloise GV Griffin. A3, of 84 1/2 Witnesses who told investigating I _n _

FOR NEGRO JOBSWASHING'nNNegro I he was watching a TV show result of'any matters Widen have Park Street "is free, after being officers the two men got into

On her way back to the bakeryshe grown out of the indicated 'con found not guilty of second de.gree an argument which developed into
Flim Hammers were busy again i met Peter:William who troverstoa
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consented I be dismissed. murder in the fatal stabbing
.
clergy. I a fight and Reed pulled a kn1e.
last Saturday. March 15 when I .
to take her home, She We-
observed with
ILeA have called for : appreciationthe of Charlie EL Simpson 25, of
a one-day they pulled the age-old pocket- JtncJW Peter and stabbed Taylor several times
went back to let Fred
fine in which Bishop
boycott of downtown stores way 917 W. 13th Street last Sept. 28. .
by
book' trick on a man who was: iii the chest and before
was taking her. The Sherman Lawrence body
Waahingtons Negroes. Their' goal young Greene our I Miss Griffin was accused by the
is to sales waiting at the Greyhound Bus. woman said as she and Peter distinguished Senior Bishop has prosecution of killing Simpson in Taylor managed to end it bynrtng'
open up jobs in the
Station to catch a bus to Georgia.ErnestWhite .: Williams started across Lee St. the Uth two bullets into Reed's.
stores to Negroes, + I presided over Episcopal: a fit of jealousy over his attentions )
whose address to the parked Fred Williamscame District, area'which has
If the "no set car. an required to another woman. She was body
shopping day" for ;
was given as 805 Sixteenth Avenue towards them with a pieceof wisdom and A police report that the wives
March 27 fails to change the great,. very accused of stabbing .Simpson at :
stores personnel policy leaders Cordele Georgia stated to ''iron in his hand and" struck dear judgement.We I his 13th Street home where he of both men were at the scene] I JI
police that while he. was waiting Peter on the head Inflicting 'a extend*,$ him ofconfidence of the shooting was denied. "by
vote the
'said today they will turn to other >> a i bled to death after attack. ; 1 1I
for his
means bus to Georgia, two small laceration Peter Williams, and thanks for his i Defense Attorney Wayne E. lira Frankie Mae Taylor, wife
possibly a protracted boy-
men approached him and asked lit is reported drew his gun and resourceful based of Charlie Taylor. Mrs. Taylor
cott designed to put: economic if he < I leadership. Any complains Ripley his argument on self-
pressure. on the merchants.A said saw them find: a billfold He j I fired one shot.,and Fred WHliamabody JIT amy way from any defense. He presented testimony: said she was "nowhere near"*
he told them.:J1 1 fen to _the,pavement, source occurred. She
committee led by Negro are hereby disapproved by showing hat she stabbed him after where the shooting
clergymen last week designated The men told him hey would After the shooting it is reported the Council of Bishops In session he had beaten her during a quar- said she was at home with her
divide with him if they could Peter ,,Williams. 2214 Wilson I '
"In accord with an above the three children
March: 27 as a day of prayer and trust him., I
reLThe
no shopping by the city's Negro During the smart Street got in his car and Council of Bishops reaffirms its, six-man jury returned it* I Officers, found a bloody knife
of their
handling
population They said they took trade they film drove oily He was arrested at assignment Bishop D. Ward verdict to Judge A.. Lloyd Layton I near: Reed's body. Taylor was
Hammed
the sttoB after rebafis iron fee White out of $13L Duval Medical Center by Sgts.J. Nichols to the 16th Episcopal 1. after'deliberating an hour. !. sitting on a fence post near the J
stores. Patrolmen Freddie Hack and .. M. Parker; 0.'A. Johnson 'and District of the',African Methodist. Assistant 'County "Solicitor Edward scene;; with blood 'flowing freely I J. IlEED r

department Edward Ricksbn investigated.. J.. B. Durham. Episcopal Church" Booth represented: the state.I from his wounds, and gave a Shot by brother-in-law


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TWO THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. March 22. 1958

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MAIN OFFICE if PLANT ,. ,

Moocrief. 44782 EL. U1RS: ; .""""
3323 Road EL -
*B* -v'i- -. "The article which appeared In Sunday's edition: of the'Trfbune
Downtown Branch Office 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 carries an 'implication that all witnesses who appeared before' the

Legislative Committee and who refused to testify,. were witnesses
AddieisI' -- ... for the National Association for' the Advancement; of Colored

____ P. O. Box t1, Jaeksonvflfe+ r J, Florida. F ;: : I People; Robert W. Saunders Tield* Secretary of Florida ,State
.' .. .",,- : 1 NAACP said,, last weeii.-
. rte O. Simpson .......................:..:...............EditorMaffing ,
'- .1. .- '.' '-' ., "f 'r ,, ; \ -A.,report that
: c.: Joli aoa ......,;..... ..........-.N r of 1eiJr.dia-
the chairman tb mean, at -
use
__ t 'f u every
"I: ..ij"...., .... .-'i.'11III III. -III.IIII- IIII.I..I.II....- .-...- .: ..ar ll,!-DC.,. tc "., ; 'the, Committee .posal'' ;to keep ui4.Neg ) 'In :his
g "-,:.- tH !,wrote. a letter to place'.'. and; ,ain'c 1t:' ii public
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: : of'A': eod.ted: rp, i'. '. ,persons connected J knowledge i .that the Citizens Councils -

J svBcthT1o N'i'I'' AAXlI08::_ .J with a 'WhiteCitizen' i : "wiU and have used economic

One Tear f&OO Ball Year a group pressures and ijther ,acts of>intimidations
; ..00; Three,Month. $1.80 ..
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is where- n1eS 0f;:'"NA-
.. in Miami anexample
MaDed To You, Anywhere In The United State k : .
: The} re- fcP' ?:members 1 aVe"be: !i xe.
.
.. Soto Crlptbns Payable In Advance" Send+ Uaerfes or Money tmfcr*Tab f' I 't. '., 1, P port carried in reaped, and since there .is;;a definite -

. !*..fLORTOA STAB-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE. I, FLORIDA :. h the !Miami Herald tie-in with leaders of these

d ot.October. 8, 'groups in 'other 'states'' and the

\ -. __ states 'leaden-in-Florida the
m F 1957, that segregation ,

!is STATE, CONSTITUTION SEEN : the. letter wash NAACP considers that i it I had' a

CJPSOXreaU f and that its Constitutional and' moral obligation

____. "This|I he: to protect its membership
__ i- t is' npt true. .aid.1 I
K REPULSIVE' DEMOCRACYThe 'The NAACP was and is ? from such unlawful: tactics.

4 rp interested in"four individuals who 'The Constitutional Rights of

appeared before the committeeand the' four NAACP leaders who

:The Florida Stdte- .Conference- of NAACP. Branches went !who refused to testify or reveal have been cited for contempt will

on retard 1st week I as''bejhg- opposed' to the proposed_ I Atari?s and: records of 't lE bedefended.only speak .for The: these NAACP individualssince can
Association because of provisions
; 'State Constitution1# because{
: : ; ofthe U. S. Constitution and their position with the Association

__ :. .repulsive to' true American Democracy, and ,the United jeftain decisions of the F"oprt.and is known. The Association -

!fl' States Constitution." the conditions which prevail be- doesn't. .consider the other

The President for the Florida State Conference said cause of extremists in the Florida persons as being "witnesses for
_.
,, Committee
the
the "NAACP. Instead
that despite present Court rulings Legislative Body.
making segregation set out from the outsetto
illegal and unconstitutional>< officials of the :State of Floridaare BREAKING: THEIR, GRIP WITH THE:- U>. .OF THE COURTS AND DETERMINATION contents revealed that the Committee's -: smear the Association by
chairman had congratulated -
attdmpting to continue 'racial segregation by including f ,w,1> i this for taking an bringing one J. P. Matthews, himself -
group
in' the propOsed'constifution a section: providing that ..... .' ... active stand, in preserving. The a former Communist and aperson

"separate but equal schools shall be maintained by the ., --. article also revealed that one Lt. who was dismissed from
Your Weekly the payroll of the Late Senator
State. of John Kasper was praised.
McCarthys investigation Committee. -
Rev. A. Leon ', "The newspaper went on to say
NAACP
Lowry, president said that the
With his testimony the com- ,
-- Guide that had tried to make con-
Horoscope they :
Branches of the Association advised
were being to carefully tAct with Senator Charlie Johns mittee attempted to show that

study the new Constitution and to pass on to interested but that he was cot available. the Top leadership of NAACP

persons their findings. WHICH. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR vas Communistic Controled.
The Citizen's Councils boastof
The section refered to is Article 10, Section 8, entitled BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL some 37 chapters in Florida "With the appearance of Matthews \

White and Colored-Separate Schools. It reads that White and have placed signs in
and Colored children shall not be taught in the same school. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER places like the public bus itself before the Nation

but impartial provision shall be made for both. station In' Kissimmte and utility even though the Chairman pro

"As a matter of principle," Rev. Lowry said "The NA- poles on the outskirts of Miami. nounced Matthews as being an
ACP ARIES not ignore the effect this may ments and defeats with resignation "expert the of Communism."It .
cannot stand idle and allow the Negro citizens of There babefit meetings, at
Born March 21st thru April 19th have on your family marital and and to concentrate on the
Florida to be led blindly Into voting for or against the which pronounced .segregationistshave is therefore apparent that
Constitution without letting them know of the provision." Although Winter still rules public relations. You can start I victories that appear!' on your fu. spoken in such cities as witnesses called were there forte
the the month the right foot by
over most of the nation pros- on .
ture horizon. In short, don't look Quincy and enD the counsel for purpose of proving some point.
pect, of Spring is heartwarmingto crystallizing your determination .
These other than the
the Committee to witnesses
reported
But do not be to whereveryou back and move forward with the was
most' Arians. preserve harmony have attended with the four mentioned, were not NAACP
: SMOKE GETS IN THEIR EYESThe felled by the first mild day into live and pass. ssurance that the lessons you Attorney General a meeting of Georgia witnesses and the Association assumes -
tak- 5-30-11-= 28-IS 5SL
shedding warm clothing or have learned through hard work "Since these segregationists no responsibility for testimony
ing other risks hat expose you to
i and bitter will becomethe
experience "
have announced their intention given by them.
hopper in the Georgia Legislature is filled with seasonal ills. The relations'you VIRGOBorn building stones for the svic- I I
bills, the end result of which is to keep the Negro vote enjoy with the youngsters in your August 24th thru Sept: 23rd

in that benighted State at a minimum. environment, and with certain People in your intimate ctsses you still have to achieve. .

I Leading in this effort is the Governor of Georgia, who fond friends may be full of sur. vocational and neighborhood en. 8-40-55-S8- 384s.CAPRICORS. DR. LEE MANDEL

is sponsoring the return of the discarded poll tax and the prises and even sudden upsets. vironments are apt o become

re-registration of voters every two years. 5 3d--662864536.TAURUS even more difficult than evr this OPTOMETRIST
month. Rather t h a n becoming
Governor Griffin, determined to maintain a second-class
citizenship status for the Negro in that state, realizes that confused or resentful try to discover Born Dec 22 thru Jan 19th
Announces The Of His OfficesAt
for many white ,Georgians the $1 tax small as it is, is alsoa Born April 20th thru May 20th the underlying causes and '. The danger of making an Opening

handicap and that re-registration will be an inconvenience.But You cannot be held accountable display a sympathetic in place of ill-advised loan business purchaseor A
he "I know for the events ,and cir. a crucial attitude. Whether it
would
says, you much prefer this slight
investment is as threatening as
,inconvenience to turning our State over to Negro domina- cumstances that are caused by will be due to climate or less definable ever this month. This could be NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION,
tion." forces beyond your control. But reasons :you should be
for in transit brought about by a loss of con. 128-A West Street Jacksonville Florida
you will have to account for the prepared delays Forsyth : :
Unfortunately for the Governor re-registration is not t
fioence in yourself and your ability
mails and other of
means communication
only inconvenient, but past experience has shown it is also consequences of reckless actions -to surmount the obstacles Office ELgin 4.3988 -:- Residence FLanders 9-1809
You would be
when"this only
expensive; and it is going to be more expensive, since more and ,unbridled ambiion that lie between you and success
affects the interests of colleaguesand subjecting your nerves to greater
Negroes are going .to pay the tax, register, and when rivals alike. They may not strain if you allow yourself to This is just where your Capri-
reregister.A
necessary to turn tables on succumb to' moods of discontentor cornian qualities will serve you
the
only try
new day is dawning in Georgia and elsewhere rebellion conditons in good stead if you do not aban-
you but they may not be too aganst you LILLY'S DRUG STORE
throughout the South Griffin and his ilk can't see it, be- cannot prevent. con them in favor of more hazardous .
"smoke is in their the smoke of racial hatred scrupulous as to the methods required -
cause
eyes, 1 methods. You know what it
80 S9
to accomplish their ends. -7&-C7-187. 1907 Kings Road at Spires
and. ill will. 1 20 18 42 is towage an uphill battle and to
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-Philadelphia Tribune LIBRABorn :wait patiently for the right openings .
4 to develop.
GEMINIBorn Sept. 2th'thru Oct. 23rd Where Experienced"PharmacWa ,
4-60-Ii-18- -412.
Slay 21st thru June 21st- It again is evident that you Prepare r.., Y

The dissatisfaction With will do well to rely on the mature Your Prescription According :- w tf {

your work or the lack of prog. judgment of. elders and more experienced t a;. to your doctor's '

ors. ress that is the result of the !intrigues people, when you are AQUARIUSBorn ; 4 instructions Using
and jealouses of other confronted with family, health Jan.. 20th thru Feb. 18th only the bed ,quality

people may cause you to change service and emotional problems. Concentrate on getting intimate :; drugs.

l your sights and to look for new Make certain that the old ties you problems out of the way

J, I I fields where you can really express may dissolve'1n' order to' form by the to 16th when Mars Is scheduled Dr. O. EL Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham ,

t;'1:. !\ '; yourself. It seems as if you new ones win not' lead ,you into enter your Sun-sign. Then
find out what is with the -:- -:- -:-
wrong
greater difficulties
had better tackle the whole question than'you are

J ,.. a unemotionally .and make all or think' you are. now experiencing. goals you have established, for .' A COMPLETE LINE OF F
; yourself and replace ,them with :
.You must'weigh an decisions ,,
the inquiries for the
necessary ;
&:J-... : new ones that will be jnore easily Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candles -:- Sundries
....... formulation of a sound and workable in the light of whateffect they :
.iMan;:' :.." mayhave' on''your! economic prospects attainable. The Use, of negotiation PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED

&.,..- 9 50_77-8-75-957.: now and in the' future. condliatory'taetics", and con.
y '. '" =: fidential connections are bound
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June
r July'22nd, ..."- '* continue to be a 'source of concern
,a.M t'. : -. ,If you allow yourself to be Born Oct.. 24th"thru Nov. 22nd and a strain on pocketbook ,
your -
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; you
appeals .
"(.'N, 1:; t 4 waves of emotion you must be raged around you heretofore may on your generous nature. I -/ / I

.,... prepared to accept he conseq en. finally invade :your own home by 6- 0-77- 9-75 695. it in I LtltMtlon :

'f".. ces. First of all, you must calculate midmonth. This means that you ;,,
the effects on your privateand will have to keep atight, rein on IXSIKEH t

public relations; and then:'on your emotions and f o try "lo un.
PISCESBorn t
your earning power- work performance derstand ,just what is underlying Our very liberal
well-being and job stabili yourdifficulties. With sound reasoning Feb. 19th thru March 20th earnings are compounded Each account Is I

u ty. Once 'you are fully alerted to and sympathy in your Whether you have just Seml- CURRENT RATE Insured up to

I the risks inherent in reckless behavior heart should be enabledto $10,000 by the r
you .. celebrated your birthday or expect Annually on SavIngs 11 irS
: and gambles of any description overlook much' and- forgive even ,to,, do so before the end of in this Asso. /2 70 Federal Savings

you can make yourself more. .No matter what transpires the month you can soon look elation which is 3 and Loan Insurance

proof against he upsets that :never lose trac of your economDcc forward to a change of pace In chartered and supervised Corporation

t '. : 1400FEATURES= seem ao.mena tng. and security objectives and make your business 0 r professional by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by aa
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2-12-22-12-21-212.LBO hem the basis of your final de. world. Of course, there are still U. 8. Givernment. act of Congress.p'es .
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e '-9 P.M 12.1 NIGHTLY A< You are likely to be more SAGITTARmSBora ea.s1er.to take your disappoint-

t;. SWEET CHARIOT serious than usual regarding romantic November 23 thru Dee. 21st endeavor and startling achieve-

,. \ ." 9.50 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY and economic interests, You will have enough to do ments. Those who are unattached

BLUES ,IN THE and justly so, as mistakes In this to cope with your own shortcomings and contemplating a long voyage
KNIGHT .
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-'- 1030.12 ,MONDAY thru SATURDAY : .. '. permanent problems may to the

._",- ,. ": i. ,:y Y' ,' .' ,.scar. And, while you are coping creating' additional ones at home' life.of celibacy.

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wf/:). the occasion being the annual formal
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a dance of the Vagabond. Club Inc. held at "

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v Jn' reserved"gaiety.. Through the eyes of the

i ?: FLORIDA STAR camera are seen" glimpse

Ni{, i ___ \ :. of Jazon frolicking at the colorful event
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Grace Sykes. Rudolph Gah ia, Airs. Louis
Gulnyard. Julius Gulnyard George Bar-
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Kar: /6 Sirs. Thomasena Ingram Mrs Ruthle
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I B ethel Baptist Continues 'Anniversary Observance I






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a' .,. -. ? pastor Presbyterian
;: Special activities comn)omrat-
f Church will
I jointly con-
.. ine the 120th anniversary of
,.'........ the Bethel Baptist Institut'onilrhur l duct an after service at Bethel.
t. I. B-?t't ""1.'-ts*ers wall!I be acconpamed -
"'* r"J7:1ecf and
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t Caroline streets, and the fifth by their church: elicits aid
: \ i shew :an-J a representative numb .
VERNON USHER EMANUEL BAPTISTSPONSORSPROGRAM pastoral anniversary: of the Rev.
I I Robert U.'ilso Minister! resume l of their congregations.Throughout .
BOARD 2 PRESENTS \ 4o.f [: this coming Sunday and next week. nightly!
S. services will at 7:30 o'clock
begin
MUSICAL PROGRAMUsher i -- will reach its climax Monday
i with local ministers ant
visiting
i Usher Board of Emanuel Bap night, Mirch 31st. when the 30-
I their in
memberships
Board 2 of Mt. Vernon tist Church will sponsor an appreciation I day celebration ends with a .big charge
I II Monday: night. March 24. the
Baptist Church will observe its program in honor of the 1 I banquet. !l'
Rev. W.
M. Hill of the
anniversary with a musical pro.j Rev. and Mrs. S. L* Badger April Sunday mcfc-ning, March 23, at I Mount pastor Church

gram Sunday in 'the auditoriumof 28 at 8 pnv in the auditorium of 11 o'clock guest speaker will be Calvary Baptist
also Moderator of the East Flo-
the church. the church. )' ? the Rev. J. P. Reeder a most
rida and Association i-
Bethany Biptist
service will be outstanding preacher of the Bap-
Joint fellowship
and the Rey. H. H. Wright
ist denom:nation.
conducted at Abyssinia Bapist of the First
pastor Baptist Churchof
NEW MOUNT OLIVE at 2:30 At 8:43: pm. Sunday, the Rev.
Church Sunday p.rn.j
Jacksonville Beach
: and Ever-
Ira Dobson Hinson. pastor of
ANNOUNCES AFTER
Crant: Memorial A.M.E. Church green Baptist Church of Jacksonville

SERVICE SUNDAYThe i iI will be guest ministers. They
I aid the Rev. Wilbert B. Miller
j 'iyyr ,,, will conduct the services for Districts
MT. ZION ANJEANNIVERSARY no:.r._,.7oq'j6't_,.._, __.._..___ nmm.m.. .m..t........ :y____ nn JP n'Gov._ _.m. _n.. .. .m. .. : I
9 and 15 of Bethel.
The Pulpit Aid Board of New SET AT CHURCH EVENT The pastor and male leaders of the church who participated Tuesday night, March 25. the
will I
Olive Church FIRST ZIONWOMEN'S
after Baptist service in the Spring Tea held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hudson. 1156 West 21st NEW Rev. Richard L. Wilson, pastorcf

sponsor an program Auxiliary Board 1 of Mt. Zion Street are shown in the photo above. From left are: Mr. Andos Parker, Mr. Willie the West Friendship Baptist
instal.
at that time
Sunday night ; AME Church will observe its 48th While. Mr. Lonnie Williams Mr. David Moore: Mr. Charles Chapp l1. Rev. G. T. Mc- Church and the Rev. A. B. Coleman .
lation services will be conductedwith t
1 anniversary Sunday in the main Call. Mr. Grover Ha-jan and Mr. Ollie F. Hudson The affair was sponsored by District DAY pastor of the Shiloh Metropolitan -
J. Fatson in charge.
i j: auditorium of the church. 2 of Mount Vernon Baptist Church. Other pictures; appear on page 5. ,. Baptist Church, will have
Deacon Fletcher Story will serve ,
as master of ceremonies. Some Mrs. T. O. Butler will b the --- -- SLATES SERVICEThe charge. Sponsoring districts are

of the city's leading persona- I speaker for the occasion. A musical 1 I. Districts 8 and 18.

lities will be feaured on the pro- I I program.will be presented also MT. PLEASANT SAINT MATTHEW SAINT PAUL OF i the Wednesday Rev. E. R.night Simpson, March pastor 26,

6:30
gram. ,: at : p.m.Real
I Ministers and Deacons Mutual I of the Zion Hope Baptist Church,

:I iI PRESENTS THE TO OBSERVE LAKELAND PLANANNIVERSARY I Union, Auxiliary of the Emanuel -I and the Rev. C. C. Brown of the

I I I Progressive Baptist Association Spring Hill Baptist Church will

will convene in the First preside in interest of Districts

IF YOU ; EstateLOANS ;I i FREEMANS YOUTH DAYYouth I New Zion Baptist Church Seventh 5 and 10.Thursday.

I and Davis Streets, March 26 night. March 2.. the

WANT OUT OF DEBT. $ $ I through the 30. Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver, pastor of

I Day will be observed in Rev. W. M. Smith, host pastor I the Day Spring Baptist Church

$1,000 wow $*,ooo The Freeman Family will be II St. Matthew Baptist Church. LAKELAND. Paul Biptist and president. Devotional service and the Rev. W. E. Young, pastor

-Let- :4ooe'ap to $25,000 j presented in a recital .at Mt. March 30. During the morning Church, Lakeland, Fla.. will observe will be conducted by Mrs. Janie of the Tabernacle Baptist
its 42nd
3iyable $1.00per mo. per nun- Pleasant Baptist Church Rev. C.I worship a panel discussion will anniversary and Bonaparte and Mrs. Addie Hayes,I Institutional Church, will have
the silver
!red on unpaid balance at 6%. Crosby pastor. March 30 at.8 p.m. be conducted by a group of students anniversary' of the presiding and Rev. J. King will charge for Districts 12 and 17.

Lei us help you to complete for the benefit of he Women's from Florida Normal Col- pastor.. Rev. G. J. Martin, April deliver the introductory sermon I Friday night. March 28, the
: 13 through the 20.
BUDGETCOUNSELLORS Your house or refinance 58 I Day Drive. with Rev. William Wright as al. Rev.' W. a Neal. pastor of the

lege.District i Thanksgiving be the .theme ternate. Saint Thomas and
Baptist
years in the same place. The Freeman Family is com- 4 will sponsor its an-. Church
'for the week's celebration. The The deacons of West the Rev. D. J. Graham of
= Call posed of a talented group of nual Palm Sunday tea March .30 FriendshipBpist pastor
I church operates an efficiently) : Church will conduct de Mount Ararat Baptist Church,
ADVISE YOU from 4 to 6 p.m. in the home of ,
unique ,: staffed kindergarten a welfare: votional service March 28 and will conduct the services for Districts
J. P. YOUNG Mr. and Mrs. Dwitt Hughes. 3711 I
i iHr. I I for the occasion. Stuart Street., 'i f i department and burial project. Rev.. L. Wilson will deliver the 13 and 16.

Simmons or Mr. Walsh !I The public is cordially invited A Pre-Easter tea will 6e held in During Dr. Martin leadershipof sermon with Rev. W, Q. Rogersas Sunday, March 30, at 11 a.m...
230:W. Fonyth Street Male fftv*,Monroe j: the St. Paul Baptist Church alternate. Choir 2 and Usher the Rev. Leonard D. Terrell, former
i to attend the affair. the parsonage March ,30 from 4
b. 212 Maaonle Temple Bid*. for twenty-five years he has Board 1 of West Friendship Baptist pastor of Bethel, who is now
to 6 p.m. and Rev. B. F. Addison
EtaDf
PJJOXEr
S-414A Phone EL 6-8014 guided the church in an extensive Churchill s rve. the Director of Religious Education
will be the guest speaker.
EL 6-5391 development program. The The service will close March a Virginia State College will
The
Youth Department will i
church's improvements include 30 with devotional service con- speak.At .
MT. ZION
AME sponsor a pineapple sip Sunday j
from 4 to 6 pjn. with Kay Francis ,1 renovations to the main building I ducted by Deacon H. L. Baker 3:30 p.m.. the Rev. J. H.

aiid the erection of a new pas- and Deacon S. A. Thomas with ,, McKissick, minister of St. Augus.
I Sam, chairman of the I I Ii
pro
NOTICE!! :I PLANS WOMEN'S gram committee in charge. tonum. The church is organized i j I i the Rev. B. W. Williams deliver i I ine, Fla., and his members will

j I ____ with two deacon boards; four I i Ii\ ing the sermon. Rev. J. T. Tho- conduct the services. Also at this

THE NEW MAIN PLANT t i oeaconess boards; trustee board,, :'. n.as win serve as alternate and i hour, the unveiling ceremony of

I DAY SERVICESWomen's MT. MORIAH AME one pulpit board; a pastors aid i| the choirs and ushers of Mt. Bethel photos of the more recent pastorsof

CLoEANERS' RALLY TERMINATES board; missionary society; four I l: will serve. Bethel will be held.

ECK H; j jI choirs; three usher boards and I --- -,--- --- --- At 7:30 p.m., the Rev. J. C.

jI I I 1 a complete Sunday School and It I WEST UNION CHURCH : Sams, pastor of the First Baptist

WILL BE OPEN ON OR ABOUT Day will be observedat The Immancicipation Rally of I BTU Department. I: Church and President of the Pro
I Mt Moriah AME Church will SLATES JOINT MEET
Mt Zion AME gressive State Baptist Conventionof
Church Sunday I Prominent churches and their :
APRILIstAT terminate Sunday during the evening .
I 1 Florida together with his
Mrs. A. B. Williams editor of leaders will conduct services for\
at 7
the Women's Missionary worship o'clock. the occasion and the services will The Young Matrons Society and choirs, ushers and congregation,
Magazine The rally is being sponsored District 9 of West Uinon
Baptisti will conduct the service.
will be the be closed with a reception honoring
a 965 BROAD STREET the morning guest service.speakerfor The in fund the drive.interest of the building" Rev. and Mrs. Martin on- i i urch will conduct joint annitrsary Monday night March 31, at

'Monday ] \ services Sunday at 6.30 7:30 o'clock, the final service la
young people will observe youth night, April 20th.
BETWEEN STATE & DEWDROP hour at 3:30 p.m. The captains areMrs.; Gertrude ;I p.m. in the main auditorium of to be conducted by the ministerial
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A Moses. Mrs. Dorothy Peerson he church. ,Choir 2 will render student group of he Extension
Watch This Paper For i musical program will be pre- Mrs. Jessie Myers. Mrs Lenna 1 song services. Clss of the Florida Normal and

Exact Date To sented at 7 o'clock with some of Mattox, Mrs. Janie Hartley Mrs. BENEFIT PROGRAMTO Industrial
Opening Register the city's District 12 will meet at thY e Memorial College,

For Valuable Prizes appearing on leading the personalities E. U Richardson 'Mrs. Hollis BE SPONSORED B |/| home of Mrs. Ruby Marshall 1509 headed by the Rev. D. B. Barnes,

program. Miss Felton, Mrs. Allen Reed. Mrs. ; Louisiana St. at 3:30: p.m. and pastor of the Sweetfield Baptist
Arey Crispin will be the mistressof TRUSTEE BOARD i;
Hattie Mayberry and Mrs. Etta' | District 6 will meet in the home Church.
ceremonies.
Cherry t i, of Deacon and lira Emmitt The. final sermon will be

1 ,.1 i f A program will'be rendered at1! Toomer 1954 W. Ninth St. at preached by the Rev. R. B. \

the First Born emple. 825 Mon- 3 p.m. Brooks pastor of the Greater

roe Street April 9 for the benefit Zion Baptist Church nf WelCOn.__ _!___n
ATTENTION PARENTS! of the. Trustee Board and all I nett. .i"
I '
.. event.singers are invited to attend the ST. JAMES AME Following the service. the banquet \.

will be held. r:

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Children Shoes ]\ OF EAST !DAY OFFICERS' I RECS CLUB




Teenage hoes 8\\:1\ DISCOUNT I,INSTALLS m Annual Women's Day will be 1 I.I HOLDSMEETING.

\ -. observed at St. James AM E _

Church Sunday April 20.
Colors The RECS Club meeting was
All Mrs.
OFHCERSFOR58 I Ethel Bannister general
,\.6 ,C, : chairman held in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
; Mrs. E. B. Lovingood,
I Sumpter James Jr., Mrs.
Mary-
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NATIONALLY KNOWN Ii belle James, president presidedover
BRANDS i acting pastor; assisting
The Pride of East '
19 and Phyl- the business session.

RED GOOSE SELRY ARCH lis Wheatley 52 installed new of-[ acting pastor Mrs. Lucille Johnson New officers was installed and
PRESERVERS E ; Mrs. Teresa T. King, general -
fivers in their
DRESS
UPSGERWINE'lTES previous meeting. i i secretary; Mrs Eloise Edmonds Mrs. Thomas presided during
The new officers I i the election of officers. The offi-
are: Mrs. An
financial
And secretary; Mrs.
Many Other Well Known nie Mae cers are: Mrs. Alma
Brands Perkins. YVM; James I Carrie Belle Maddox, assistant McKinney
Holmes WP ){ f president; Mrs.
Marybelle
; rs. Ella Mae James
secretary and Mrs. Rosa
ORIGINAL RETAIL PRICE MASKED Young,
THE
ON EACH SHOE SHOES THAT WERE $/gs AND S8JS Lane AM; Mrs Armanda Nipper treasurer. vice president; Mrs. Vera D.

recording secretary; Mrs. Clarine Tice. recording secretary; Mrs.

YOU WILL FIND AT Lirobric financial secretary; Mrs. Group captains for the occasion Leola Seabrooks financial secretary .
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are: Mrs. M. E
Esaie Mae Carger. A. Cond; Mrs. Welcome ; Mrs. Marie S. Campbell

T : Carrie Jones Ada; ){rs. Sallie Mrs. E. D. Bannister Mrs. Veda treasurer; Mrs Carey & Jones
HI-TOPS 'r3 99 and UaiUams Mrs. Harry Mae Anthony
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.. .99 HOUSE SUPPERS Keller. Ruth; Mrs Marie Wilder Miss Ruth Adams, Mrs. chaplain; Mrs. Demetral Wester
Esther Mrs. reporter and Mrs. Jayne T.
SCHOOL SHOES $3.98 VALUES ; lona Robinson Mar. Scott
Rovena Hughes, Mrs. Letha Jones
... AT tha and Mrs Lena aergeantat-arms.
$qOO Burrough Mrs. Robbie Baker. Mrs Silvia
DRESS SHOES Electa. Refreshments was served after
Johnson. Mrs. Ann Hagens Mrs. the meeting and the next meeting

Annie Belle Madison bars Al- will be held in the home of Mrs

Spence.Ladd's '' freda Mallory Mrs. Alice .Hub- Carey S. Jones, on April 14. '
NEW HOMES bard. Mrs. Annie Bennett Mrs.
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1 Mary Cook, Mrs. Annie Mae

SOUTH SIDE Sumpter Mrs Carrie Belle Maddox Contribute Generously
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205 Laura Street Store Only Downtown ::. : .::; : 3 BEDROOMS ft .BATH Mrs. Lucile Johnson, Mrs.
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: f.&<_ !:: ; ._ I EL .:837 or TL 9-3322 Mrs. Willie Mae Ross and, Mrs. '

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MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT HOLDS ANNUAL
SPRING TEAR
I Office. Amn I I
GRADUATE ASSIGNEDTO Lomas graduated "- 1 NEW STANTON
from ,New Santon high school in '
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DUTY IN ALASKA 1956. and is the son -of Mr. and --- '
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I Mrs. Clarence J'. Lomas residingat PRESENT"GYPSYROVER"

A/3C Walter A.. Lomas. a native 532 Acosta St. JacksonviUe. *

of Jacksonville was transferred :! Prior being assigned to Alaska i y.. :xcY ayI t E
to the 500th Air Base Amn Lomas was with the 363rd na

Wing; Elmendorf Air Base. Alaska TAC Recon Wg.. at Shaw; Air % *
and assigned to duty with I I Force Base S C.BE '

The Gypsy Rover will be presented *
in the school auditoriumof

wily BUY READY MADE l k; New Stanton Senior High .

CLOTHING THAT DOES NOT E'a School, April 14 sponsored by the .
StantoAIiLsi-Cho.( under the direc-
( FIT CORRECTLY I fF .
Let ion of llrs..nn tte Espy 1*
King Fit You In1l .

TAILOR That"King Will Tailored"Make You Clothing Feel F Jq Charles The roles Wilbur are and portrayed Bettye Aa-b y

"Flt Work As Guaranteed a King"AU I ; ,ILz que.A Sunday book review. Spring : /W

EXPERT ALTERATIONS i and Fashion Tea will be presented
t April 13 in the school library
o LAY-A-WAY I _. Miss Lucille J. Glymp. coordinator

d-u1Hq FOR EASTER II of DCT at,the school: will review :ZoaiaI

1S 100111E It 1 1f I the book.
LL GIN Students from each homeroomwill
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10 BROAD ST. r .3; show, displaying their East. to these outstanding'
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BWNNY uIcK1qwvi < 1 NEW .
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Shoes for Boys and Girls 1".1 =
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Shoes for Women n .;:My kr A : I Senior High School is making .h..:..
plans for the second annual "Big "
CITY CLUB 1\.::" ) Broadcast" which will be an eventof k, tc

Shoes for Men ;p April 21 at 8 p. m. in thep.hool .' .: >,.; :>: tc
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I Iy. Participants in the activity will MINNIE HAND .;
OAK & cANNUAL-, ............ ..... ..'Wn_ : be representatives from various Forty.Flfth Street Junior-Se
PETERS Nor Ugh School
SPRING TEA Members of District 2 of )It. Vernon Baptist Church who sponsored schools: and organizations in the ir
Pepsi Cola Dealers and
Pepsi'Cola
a Spring Tea in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Hudson 1156 West 21st Street are seen in city. Individual talent will be
SHOE STORE TIM the photo above. In the first row from left are: Moses Thompson. Amy Greenlee Elestlalita Grimes featured on the program also. Boiling Company are it

v Q ,... ...,. Gale Greenlee and Chloris Grimes. Second row Miss Jacqueline Hodges Mrs. Humphrey Mrs. Tud- Principal Charles D. Brooks announced -! proud of the to 10th salute Minne Hand C
grade class. She
Cor. Broad at FonthEst.. 1901 g son, Mrs. Lazenby Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Hogens Mrs. Greenlee Mrs. Moore, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. D. that the entire staff and Is a member of the Student it
... Greenlee and Mrs. Lane. Third row: Mrs. H. Grimes MLss Deloris Evans Mrs. King, Mrs. Brooks, I student body will support this Council. Chairman of Social'7'
B l Mrs Backer Mrs. Haynes Mrs. E. Thompson Mrs. Thompson at the tea pot; Mrs. Lang, Mrs. event. Committee in her homeroom
Use the Convenient FNB Charge Plan 1 Lola Wilson Mrs. Gissle Backer Mrs. Graham Mrs. Addison Rucker and Mrs. Moore. The purpose of the program La and a member of the Newspaper -- *

for the Entire Familys Shoe Needs! Mr. Andos Parker Mr. Willie White Mr. Lou ale Williams. Mr. David Moore Mr. Cnarles Chap to secure funds for a sidewalk Club. $*
poll Bev. G. T. McCall, Mr. Grover Hogan and Mr. Owe F. Hudson. on 13th Street by the school.
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: Eastern Stars will observe their .io+. -j,; '...... ''. >
Annual Tea Sunday March 23. '1"" '" .
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cst l-IriclI slip! !Sapttst (!!llljurclt 1 Hall The 913 Annual Jefferson Tea Street.will be held +.

945 Carrie Street Jacksonville, Florida I jointly with Phyllis Wheatley No.
N uf 52 and Pride of East No. 19 forming
Rev. R. L. Wilson Minister ;
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: the Program-for the Annual CHARLES WALKER
March 17, 1958 I Z fair. 9( Forty.Flfth Street Junlor-Se-
Some of the participants to fc Nor High School
Alexander Insurance Inc.
Agency, appear will be Mrs. Ida Jackson -tc Charles is a member of the
614 Broad Street.Jacksonville
Mrs. Minnie Cooke Mrs. JuanitaMcLendon 10th grade class. He is captain
i Florida. Mrs. Ella Mae Adkins, t of the Band student director
Attn: Mr. L. I. Alexander Pres. Mrs Loretta Blunt and Mrs. Yencie K. of the band a member of the

Williams and many others. ic Science Club and an honor
A Dear Mr. Alexander: I
LEVEL-CUTTING ,
AU members are requested to student
Just 13 days you insisted that we increase the amount of coverage |j I be| finish present up and Grand come Lodge preparedto taxes.A -tc. ****- .*"* .*...,**"**

LA WNBOYFor on the building and contents, so that it would be more special inviation has been extended '
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in line with replacement cost. Due to the fact that we to ... -I tt

.......................................................u....................... were in the midst gf our building and expansion program Mrs. Blanche the Public.Baker. Chairman. ;,.," fijIj. "

POWCR MOWER we felt that all available money should be used r H.'.... .. ,...
for this purpose, and'thereby procastinated in following tc
this sound advice. :
JWJ OBSERVED x (
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Only 1 1t in a total loss, it would have proven that we carried ', tc
1I I less than 50% of'the amount of Insurance we should llCWBWEEI I

$6995 carry. E k
Our Church is grateful to you for the sound advice Ie

1 gven its regarding the proper coverage, and are.more I .,," .. ;c
.= tt+_ ...cis 1 1I I grateful for the prompt and efficient service in delivering j National 4-H Club Week was .
1J. j; observed in James Weldon Johnson -tcForty.mth
tasMpore MB your check for $4675.50 in full settlement for ALKANTA ARGRETT
1 damage resulting from the fire.Yours High School cafeteria sponsored "%
lie U,., Street Junlor.Se-
by the Duval County Coundl
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FrDIIt-41scUrp tntt spray J truly Nor High School
very ,
tar tttn.power and safety J 1 of Home Demonstration Clubs. Tribute is to Alkania:
I Rev. paid C
: R. L. Wilson
Dr. E. Walker, dean of Florida
-- __..__ii__1- of the 7th grade class. This V
: --------- West Friendship Baptist Church 1 A&M University School of Agriculture charming young lady is the k-

\ .r_ b Rev. R. L. Wilson, Pastor and Home Economics, treasurer of her homeroom!*
I' ws. the guest for
ADVERTISED IN speaker the Corresponding Secretary of the t
occasion and he was introduced .
New Homemakers of America '"
:;rand
i by Miss Evelyn Brown of New
LIFE a member of the National )C
I Stanton High School. Honor Society. 4f
I Presentation of the 4-H plaques
the BIGGEST was Misses Delores DcKenzie, *, *

.. .. : Jacqueline Baker. Louvenia White. *

Yep-you can get a genuine LAWN-BOY best of all power mowers with these and other! I Careha Baconk. Shirley Battles.J'uanita ,
great LAWN-BOY features for only 559.95. Stockiing Naomi Hill and Congratulation from Pepsi!
Washday Bargain; In Town! Fatricia Colson. Cola to these three Merit
\ AND LOOK at the other LAWN-BOY models on display here: The fabulous new Awarad winners!

Aitentwer, completely self-propelled so that a youngster can cut your lawn and it costs as Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
little as $124.50;or the wonderful deluxe with the amazing Activated Pilot Wheel for$94.50. WASHES salutation on Pepsi Cola
Both these LAWN BOY models give you a full IS* cut with no hand 'clipping; also . available/ are 21" models for Just a few dollars more lJ! on your dial Saturdays
.. ,,1. ) ____ MAIDS COOKSHOUSEWORKERS 10:45 to 11:45 A.MF -

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ON YOUR LAUNDERING SERVICE. I amllies...age 21 to 45 only. *

DAV I $Furniture Company COIN OPERATED I the..premises.you will with live-In your on .

1 own room, meals and all
135 Broad St -:- Phone EL 3-5791 priYileges. ..aaluy to atartup

SELF SERVICEOPEN io $200 per month .
transportation to New Yorkis

OPEN UNTIL 9 FRIDAY NIGHTS advanced and a good Job Pepsi OoUDealers .
24 HOURS DAY AND NIGHT guaranteed. Write-Florida ofJacksonville
Domestic Supply. Box 323.
1614'Fddax Si. 1/2 Block South of
Kings Ed. Lakeland. Fla.. or phone
I Mutual 37973..
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I DR. W, A. BISSON DELIVERS SORORITY t DCE CLUB



I FAMU.'FOUNDER'S DAY SPEECH PLANSMFEf HOLDSMEETING


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TALLAHASSEE"A social j for better jobs and better oppor- The members of the Beta Alpha The DCE Club of Matthew W.

I revolution' is taking place in Ame- tunities.He Zeta: Chapter, cf Zeta Phi Beta Gilbert High School held its meetIng -
: _- : i_ rica today in regard to the also lauded the progress be- recently wth the president.
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Sorority Inc. are busy makingplans
\_ ;; Negro," said .Dr. W. A. Bissonin ing made at Florida A and M Joseph Holzendorf. presiding.The .
for their "Junior Cotillion"ard
delivering" 71st annual' under the
the present administrator State Convention will be

rag :. Founders Day: address- at FloridaA Dr. George W. Gore, Jr., and told I "Miss Blue Revue" .which held May 8 through the 10 in
and M University last, week. of the achievements of the American will be held April 18 at the Pensacola. Delegates were electedto

Buildings totaling $2,045.000 Negro during the past decade I Duval County Armory. The cotillion -! represent Gilbert at the State
dedicated the "And for is a social project in which':
were following finally as we fight I Convntion they are: Willie Me-
'. r'Fm. convocation., Structures dedicated: first! class citizenship,' he warned Junior Cotillions, Guards of Gill Christal Strain Tommie Rob.
were: Perry-Paige agriculture and "let us not forget to prepare Honor Sorors and their guests inson Altamese Lang and Joseph

ar home economics i building, 1250. ourselves for first class citizen- participate. An opportunity for Holzendorf.

000; guest house 545.000; univer- ship. We must improve our own participants: to win scholarships ,. The officers of the DCE Club

.Y sity ,commons 4.addition $250,000; standards which lag far behind and other valuable Prtesill be. are: Joseph Holzendorf. president;
$ and student tmion. 500000. because of segregation." afforded in the project. The participants Willie McGill vice president;

The guest speaker who is director President Gore gave remarks f are selected from the Gloria Steward secretary; Alta.

of the ,Bisson Clinic and Hos- and music was furnished by the 10th. llth. and 12 grades of the mese Lang, assistant secretary;

pital in :Memphis and a memberof University Choir and SymphonicBand. local high schools. and Bertha M. Brooks, treasurer.

the class of 1922 at A and M. The alumni held its annual The girls competing for the George Gaines. reporter: Julia

pointed out six factors which he meeting in room 200 of Tucker title of "Miss Blue Revue" are: ,I: Johnson, assistant reporter; Eddie
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feels brought, about a change in I Hall ((March 8) and its dinner at Cecile Williams, sponsored by:' Hill chaplain: and Tommie Robinson .

the Negro: They are: 12:45 pjn. in the university commons Soror Lucille G. Coleman; Nada sergeant-at-arms.

----.... -- ..._.-- -- ---L.-' a I (1) Migration of the Negro Saturday. Visiting alumni I Henderson sponsored by Soro
from the rural south to the end friends joined the faculty in Marie Argrett; Mildred Simpo ,
students in the annual state oratorical contest I of the Cotillion dance.
Three high school of Florida became ninr.cn spon.
industrial west and north. the annual visit to the graves of sponsored by Soror Ida L. Logan;
sored March 9th at Bethune-Cookman College by t le American Legion Posts pond Auxiliaries of the I i Soror Rosa.L. Smith chairman;
I ((2)) A change of attitude on the fouders at 1:45 Saturday Anita Garner and Dorothy Logan; I
11th District. Left to right are: Olivia Foster, from Monroe High School at Cocoa third place; the part of many industrial Gloria. Jean Daise sponsored by Soror A:E. Chrispin of the"music
Rudolph Bryant, Mlddteton High School Tampa first place, shaking hands "with" Dr. Richard V. afternoon. ,
Soror Alveta Allen. ,
leaders is now recognizing the The founders' address and the Guards are: Sorer Marie
Moore, college president, and Betty Stevens, Carver Heights, Leesburg second place. vespers
I Soror Ella Jones is the chair.
talents and skills of the Negro was delivered by Mrs. Lucille Gt Argrett chairman; Soror Naomi
rather than his color. man of the Junior Cotillion Girls Bailey.
Paul Shealey 2203 Moncrief Coleman principal Forest Park I
Wedding Bells Road, age 22 and Emily Curry' % ((3) The part played by the U.S. Elementary School Jacksonville. and Blue Revue Girls. Soror Alpha Decorations are Soror Alpha

2203 Moncrief Road, age 22. Government in insisting, on non- Musical selections were renderedby Moore, chairman; Sorors Moore chairman; Soror Ell L.
I r dtscrimination in employment due Mrs. Harriett D. Stevens and Dorothy Dt Logan, Ida L. Logan Jones and Rossie C. French

R. B. Larcenia Robinson, 2068 to race in all of its government William Dandy.INDEPENDENT.
APPLICATIONS FOR contracts.
Fay Road age 43 and Lizzie Mills
MARRIAGE LICENSES (4)) The Supreme Court devision
2068 Fay Road age 41. ASSN. WILSON & SON
in wiping out segregation in
Charlie Vernon Bailey 214
Jr. 1339 public schools; and ruling that SPONSORS SEASON'STEA
and Leola John Henry Simmons ,
Stuart St. age 21 Quality Shoe Service
Brown 1105 W. Adams St., age Cleveland St., age ,21 and Ada 7 M segregation! in any form is illegal. 'SUNDAY ,

20. Mae Johnson 1340 Cleveland St., (5) The fact that today there .:.

age.. 25.Robt.: are 12 states that have enforce- A Season's Tea will be sponsored DYEING AND REFENTSIIING

Henry Daniel Washington 1532 able laws that discrimination "" the Benevolent ORTHOPEDIC WORK
prohibit any by Independent
,W.,,.29uL:: SU: age 21. and Vivian Lee.Mills, Jr, 630 W. Du Association of America INVISIBLE SOLES
Lucille Watson 1557 W.: 26th st.. val St., age 20 and Geneva Davis, in employment and I .
Inc. in the Wilders Center 3rd
222 W. Orange St., age 18. these states contain 33 per cent -
age 21. *. and Mt Hermon Street Sunday.A I II
of the United States population. I
2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone 4-7025
program will be given after : ELgin
Charlie H Greene 813 Court D Samuel Albert Dunlap 1741 W.9th t (6)) The farsightedness of the
y the tea and the four seasons of Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.
18 and 98 St., age 20 and Evelyn Mae
age 'Dorothy Sandord \ Negro in preparing and training the years will be presented.
'Church Rd., Atlantic Beach Fla., Turner 1479 Morgan St., age 20. _

age 16.
KEEP HAIR FROM + 7
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GOING BACK 'tf
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_.!OVa.*.curt.aMOass0ICa.riO. entertainment lovers at the theatres : ; ; ;,
2 or 3 BEDROOM MMAM p IIAI'WL\.U IOn w aoT oa5Yu5..Ara
Wfi&Orrati7o00.OOTr: : with several outstanding at
CONCRETE BLOCK: 55&1IUCOIIr-.ATa food UMlICIAII 0e.
y tractions. Of course, the big event yL
HOUSEWe IJ."linl "i leo at the Roosevelt Theatre on

will take a lot or your Tuesday night where the big .-

LET US house COMPLETE in trade.YOUR iiiMJmS! KFHSi*..ON.. screen the World's closed-circuit Middleweight telecast Championship of- : # t 4 I -, 1 U

HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY fight will take place be- ,
STARTED CASH tween Sugar Ray Robinson and ,r ,
WILL BE PAID' FOR YOUR STOPS Champion Carmen Basilio. There MNU1, ; ft I

LOT. -:_ EASY TERMS will be no home television of the 7 'I IYaIoi&yED .' ... o
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TOO tout, so get your tickets now : giCE IN r
FLA.
/ SUNSASHCONST. and be assured of a ringside seat. ; .

Tickets are $3.50, including all -
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COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS SECOWfORAJEL ONLY theatre in Jacksonville ? *
contracted to show the battle of kfr -i

1'W. 21st St.-Just"off Main he: year.

EL 5-3777 EL 6-8219 At the Strand, starting Sundayand 1

all week, "VALERIE;" star
-- -- ring Sterling Haydon (above) and :
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Anita Ekberg in a tremendous- 'M A

drama, plus the first Jax show.
There is ,
i noVodkalike : :r
ing of "RIDE OUT FOR REVENGE. 4Ad 4 ne nr

." new Rory Calhoun s

thriller patrons for the Saturday .
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Gordon's
midnight show this Saturday !" .N M d t1 dR r.d
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night. March 22nd. will enjoy two d

189 years of tradition in every bottle new shockers. "MONSTER FROM: S j iF ay +Y aDoublerich +
GREEN HELL" and "HALF HUMAN -

." both first Jax showing at : :
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the Strand.
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ar the Roosevelt every night start.

( ing Sunday night is the world

famous "RAJAH RABOID. Carnation makes this

amazing mind reader will answer

VODKA questions on love, marriage
health, wealth lost or stolenproperty. .
Delicious Meal in
13f' Don't miss the Rajahat Minutes

the Roosevelt every night on

stage between movies. First run
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hits at the Roosevelt Sunday -

through Tuesday are "GUNFIGHTAT .:, :'i'I 1. New improved Minute Rice
: ..;$ Follow these -
shortcuts
INDIAN GAP" plus "THE new

o I IaS1I1LED WEAPON" with Steve Cochrane r 2.Carnation 3-minute cheese sauce
arid Lizabeth Scott.
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SKYVIEW DriveJn has "RO- A ..

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I HAMPTON CLUB -" .-. IVi cups water V4 teaspoozualt CHEESE SAUCE (Make 2'A cups)

TO PRESENT RECITAL <' .S't t $4 cup chopped 1%asps (4y ounce boz) 1%cups (large can) 2 teaspoons dry mustard
green pepper MINUTE RICE undiluted
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cups ounces)
w APRIL 20 2tab1espoonschopped 2V4 cups CARNATION CARNATION grated
onion- 3-Minute Cheese Sauce Evaporated Milk processAmerican cheese -

v .. The Hampton Club will pre.. 2 tablespoons chopped 1 cup (jounce can) tuna %teaspoon salt
'--r pimiento draiDed and flaked
Elitaires : :
sent the and Mrs. Alve- '
Stonier Carnation salt and mustard in
ma Alexander in a recital April Bring water, pepper came,. fJmlnt and salt to saucepan over medium beat to just below
20 In the Ebenezer Methodist: boil in saucepan. Add doe and mix just to moisten boiling (about 2 minutes). Add
Church. ,-, all the rice. Cover; remove from heat and let stand cheese. Stir over medium heat until '

The funds will be contributedto about 5 minutes! cheese melts. about 1 minute longer).

the National Hampton Alunni Meanwhile prepare Carnation 3-Minute Geese
Scholarship Fund. The Elitaires is Sauce (right).Add tuna to sauce. Arrange hot rice Recipes on the
under the direction of : mixture in mounds on plates. Serve tuna-chesse
r Mrs. E. M. labels
j !:' Hurley ,--. sauce over rice. Makes six servings. ,too EYAaoQATI p 1



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I Annual/; -date City Open! Set For April 3, ffiru. 6, I



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missions argument?' Less i ass'x SUGAR RAY TO BE SEEN IN ACTION .
months ago' the Commission mCOllitsE IS SCENE r
Itjr. Wonderful By Ed Ig.e ;:
was fighting like mad to try to ; --- : ,
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prove Dnpas was a Negro thus ; -
I ZlI'' OIOURTIIBy GATE CITY OPEN
eliminating him from fighting a' )

Negro. Joe Brown is honestly s
truly and I i ',- C. Parham Johnson.
unmistakably a Negrond /SCE A SYMBOL
I II the courts of Louisiana proved : OF 7NE ULT/MgT6
i.' -t :, 55 /N THE A+QT II THE BRENTWOOD :MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE will
Dapas was a white man. OF F/S7/CUFFS,
; 7N : F/GURE OF be the scene of the Fourth Annual Gate City Golf Tourna-
Less than the
By C. Parham Johnson a year ago SUGAR RAY/cJKLw ment which will be one of Jacksonville's chief sporting
State of Louisiana passed a law MW t TAKE E ALC-T/M/TS PG4CE 6R WTHTi events April 3, 4, 5, and 6, beginning at 8:00: a. m.
prohibiting. any athletic mixingin I The $1,500 cash awards will be. -
AGE VERSUS YOUTH is an old discussion in the field any.,form* These;:breaking the I r divided: among the professional times will become the permanentwinner.

of baseball among fans of every hue and kind. Willie Maysof law wouk$. be subjected. to thesevem"t 4I winners with $500 for first '

the San Francisco Giants and Ernie Banks of the Chicago penalties- Now they are prize; $250 second prize; $175 Many of the nation's leading
waging a hotter fight with the # third: prize; $100 fourth; $75.00 golfers both professionals aniJamateurs
Cubs are 26. Hank Aaron, the National League's "Most
NBA to push Brown fight. than fifth $75.00 sixth $75.00 seventh
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Valuable Player" and the best hitter in the World Series
they did trying to I ,proye.the : $5000
eighth; $50.00 ninth; $50. top money and trophies in the
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with a .393 batting is 23. Frank Robinson of the of Ralph What'
nationality
average, Dupas. 00 tenth; $50.00 eleventh and ,$25 tournament. Charles Sifford. the
Cincinnati Redlegs, was rookie of the year in 1956 and sophomore became of the Louisiana law? I I'I I H 00 for twelfth. 1957: Gate City Open Winner and

of the year in 1957 is 22. 'I HOLLY MIMS an unranked I I ; J. E. Hutchins. local businessman Tom''Brown of Tampa the 1957

WES COv::N TON. the defensive middleweight who won over the 1! f and underwriter of the Gate City Open top amateur winter

etar of the 1957 World Series '.strong. Now what can one say third-ranked hard punching Spider event, is looking forward to see. are' expected to be present to
about the one .and Webb decision I II ing golfers from all sections of defend their titles.: ',!l "
is 25. Juan Pizarro the only eroy by a unanimous ,
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(Satchel I) Paige? How old is he? has, been Very desirous of II the nation to be present at, tee
Braves brilliant young southpawis I I off timt on the opening date of
Who knows? One thing can be getting back into the middle ,
just 20 There are many thers'in the tournament. FIRST TAN ATHLETEIS
wild however that he was the weight picture. He has climbed rl
the, same age bracket.;. ;. 1 I r leading pitcher ytth; the Miami I;I a notch higher since he defeated Beautiful trophies ,will go to HONORED AFTERTEAM'S
Suppose we look at some of Marlins of the International League i Webb. Mims is now seeking a the amateur winners. The trophies -
FINAL GAME
the 30-year-olds and over. and J last04 . .. : match with the winner. of the have been engraved with the
Carmen Basilio-Sugar Ray Rabin- '" fy T ESE i' wording covering the name of I
see what they are doing. Larry THE'LOUISIANA: STATED son bout. J the event and-the flights. HUNTINGTON, W. Va-Mar.
TNe SA +
,, Doby of the Baltimore Orioles ATHLETIC COMMISSION wag- J, rr There will be four trophies shall College's first tan athlete

Minnie Minoso, Cleveland Indians ing mighty battle...with the Natio- WHILE THE COUNTRY awarded ,n, each, of the following and team co-captain, Hal Greer
Bob Boyd, Baltimore Orioles, Don nal Boxing Association over the RAVES over a title match In the flights; Second Flight; Third was recently honored at the close

Newcombe, Los Angeles Dodgers, light of lightweight championJoe : heavyweight division, Manager !{ ,. Flight; and Senior Flight which"I of his teams' final home game of
Connie Johnson, Baltimore Orio- Brown to fight Ralph Dupasfor I tins D'Amato and his fighter r Y will be comprised of men 50 years the season.

les, Geno Baker, Pittsburgh Pirates the championship. The two : Floyd Patterson take a journeyto ( t iU of age and above. There will also I Between, the halves of a game

George Crowe Cincinnati fighters are ,New Orleans home England to see whom they maydevour be a special flight for the ladies between 'Marshall College and the
Redlegs, and Sam Jones of the town boys. The 'NBA has sang in the fistic world. The with three trophies going to the I' University of Toledo Greer and

St. Louis Cardinals are in their toned a bout between Kenny field of Hurricane Jackson, Pete winners. Jack Freeman, the other co-cap

30's. but what a whale of a job Lane and Brown while the Louis- Rademachers and Joey Ersklne' > >i nS The winner of th Champion tain, were inducted into The Robe,
they are doing for their respec iana Commission argues over the will run out shortly and the ship is th amateur- division will I ap honorary fraternity. The oc-

tive teams. I II I fact that Dupas is the logical champion will then have to meet receive a leg on the 42 annual casion marked the first time a

Jackie Robinson was 37-years-: contender. some of the top contenders. Sugar Ray Robinson, former middleweight champion trophy. The winner whose name colored student has been so hon- .

old when he was asked to. write I I The Louisiana 'Commission is INTERNATIONAL BOXING I' who will fight Champion;', Carmen Basilio in a return appears on this trophy three I!I ored at Marshall.

his own salary figures in his contract I arguing that Lane is no more*the THE CLUB appears to be well ; engagement Tuesday. March 25 in the Chicago

to play withjthe New York logical contender than Ralph Do-; pleased with the tickets for the Stadium in an effort to regain, the title he lost to Basi

Giants. Luke Easter Is well up pas. As a fight fan can you imagine middleweight championship bout lio in September can be seen in action on the night of
In his 40's but is still going such nonsense In the com- Now Open!
are going. With more than $100 the fight at the Roosevelt Theatre. The theatre will

,i 000 worth of tickets alrady sold.I carry a blow by blow view of the fight. Robinson.

I I Norris said he expects $500,000 ,I shown in the picture is said to be the greatest piece of .

gross gate.seats He have said been most sold of and the !I fighting machinery pound for pound in boxing history.
cheap
Places !
I Ih
[ Going the 20's. 30's and 40's are going Robinson holdsihe distinction of never losing to the PALMS

at a rapid rata The first fight ; same man twice. Tickets for the fight can be purchasedat

at Yankee Stadium September !! the Roosevelt Theatre.CHAMPIONSHIP.
22, between Robinson and Basiliogrossed I
OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY

$556,467. FIGHT TO BE SEEN ( THE 2-SPOT)



$ w : Your I AT ROOSEVELT THEATRE MAR. 25 Admission DANCING, 75c Monday NIGHTLY Thru Thursday


: LOCAL TICKET SALES FOR exclusive closed-circuit
,
v Y4 LucKYNumbers I big screen telecast of the World's Middleweight Championship .

Basilio and Challenger !
.S bout between Champion Carmen
:.: Sr. fast according to a re-
Sugar Ray Robinson are moving GUITAR SLIMAND

port from Manager Richard McKissick of the Roosevelt .

Lucky Days, Lucky Colors Theatre, the only place in Jacksonville where fight fans will
BY ASTROLOGYGiven
be able tn view the bout of the ce tury. -
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Each Week I The bout will be fought at the .
In Your WeaklyHOROSCOPE Chicago Stadium, Tuesday night LLOYD LAMBERT

GUIDE I 03 44 March 25, and sent by cable direct

I i Sr.d $2.00 for your HoroI I 29I I and exclusively to the hugh (
II ORCHESTRA
I scope Guide with lucky num- 157 23 867 screen at the Roosevelt Theatre.

bers Only 1500 local fight fans will .
lucky days lucky colon. :
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 Warch This Clown: be admitted to the Rooseveltand
'M they'll go on a first come -

first served basis. Roosevelt seats SPECIAL I
-0- 5 3
actually will be better than the

6 3 $100 ringside 'seats at Chicago
In and Mall to:
1 9 Stadium as six camera crews expertly Teenage MatineeSUNDAY
ZODIAC 6 televise the white-hot ring
action. Tickets are on_sale at the

a :. P. O. Box 'InJacksonvUJe 228 14 337 boxoffices 0 f the Roosevelt, 4 TO 7 P. M.
? 1, Fix Strand and Skyview Theatres
590 -- 82 .- 08 and are also being handled by FOSUVELY: NO ADULTS

Name ....................... Sometimes I he's ap mail orders accompanied by

ADDRESS ....._..........*.. Bonwtlnv he's down checks or money orders.
W WVT IUIIS cvto m tout rowa' ran sot i mir WIT TOOL Ha adds, subtract Special reserved sections are ADMISSION . . . 56c
COSTS IW BTU AK> CWO WITH COKX M6QI CAP.r City. State ............?..... Be .erlm It aD around available to groups of fans who

Birthday .......,..,:......... Coming Attractions wish to sit together. These are -:- -:- -:-
reserved in blocks of 25 or more
Slim.Trim and Handsome! month A day 19 73 10
.If-s.the tickets purchased advance, Admission Jam SessionSunday
'l is $3.50 including:,;.all Regular
State and federal taxes. f/ '

S Old Kentucky Tavern Fight fans eager to waUbi; the Night From 9 P. M.. UntilCOMI "

", : action. to discover if Sugar'Ray.ferown :.... I
again regain hU
V* Jr can once -:- -:-
4 f are urged not to delay 'purchasing : .
tickets: They may be all. sold .. .
'
._, 1.\\
l "
OCK8t Ff out! '; !
-smart \\vay G NEXT, WEEK
: *-
-.p.r, ; ., The lat. Vgh\ tween flits pair .
r was a sensational slugfest;; from

:i ; t to have this siflne Bourbon always start rematch.finish,promises and the to championship :be just- Starting" Monday-, March 24 .. V

>i8L'trout least vmb ,a* great. Sugar k Ray ins at his ': \ THE i
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hand. bon aireC toughest in the Chicago ring. t L, :iMID'NIGHTERS- .. '.;
:
on Every drop IassCaEML ?.e rspn? wishing to 9rder by
piztzeb. mall should send their requestst :
_
ROOSEVELT THEATRES, --
timed to.perfection 88 W. Ashley Street. Jackson-.
Plus
-
yule Florida, and enclose checkor -
money order for er.cli ticket '"
I
AfIB. tout ear soboaah. desired at,.$3.50 each. .' CAL GREEN':
7 full years I ,"-%" .', :.,-

S ulna aThI. ",, ': AND HIS ORCHESTRA/t /,.
well .
FLORIDA COLLEGES are .
'
represented n professional football ,
1OO.PR OF_1fi1UIIS. N ranks. Florida A & M Universityhas -:- I'

II ,.. ..... ..lwtaiiil >I I A & placed M: are Bill several Lee.men."\Vi d From Bill" : ..- VISIT .

,..iMR-- Mcc inig. Willie Ga1im ie., now '

I !!alienmilgll .N!19.1 1l1i is Al Frazier and Alonzo Vereen. LEROYlHOLLErS DRIVE-IN. BARBQUEl : .

From Behune-Cookman. goes: Jack "': 'rICE.::; ,.!! '-i. ,' ,+.':'"'. ...... \ .,- ,," "", /...".. )" .: "!

McClairen. .
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Faoe Bab* THE FLORIDA STAR Week Exwfiag s.i ,=a.s. March 22. rasa
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at.liome" Eaeter-and make he be,a swinging combo. Prof Pike stop by and find out who your. BOOM FOB BENT

jaunt. .'to Miami for thV Florida is director. of both th e .Swing I I Dew.c1i.fteton are The Tooth! Modem famished room. Hot REFRIGERATORS !

State Teacher's. Association.There band and the Cookman marching Group of the NAACP sponsored and cold water. Use.of Telephone t
a free jazz concert last I 959 West 8th street-EL.5-S159 SERVICEDAND _
the band. year.
will be much happening on 1

Chips Off The Block home front doing that wek-end. Attorney Ernest Jackson i*> the! There wts no excuse for the. "

According to J E. Hutchins new chairman of the Board of_i f man attendance. Each and every.I. FURNISHED" -All modern conveniences 'I REPAIRED.
Frank Hampton and other officials Directors of the Monterey Liter, cne of us should try and make 1 Block from bus line. CALL-P0.4.0127

of the GateJCity Golf Tourney ary Club. Members are" asked to' the next one.DIXIE. Single man prdt"ITf'CI-EL 5-7824 ,
by "jay jay" mAccording
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m
j
applications have been sent ---- ------ -- -- -- -- --

in from the four cornres of the -
i
country. In addition to the manyI

to the calendar, We see by the papers that the j I participants, they are expecting K1NGSRD.. ,

Spring started Thursday night. senators are talking about some I gobs of female golf bugs to follow PHARMACY t RTE

According to the papers, clear. sort of tax rebate which they II the pros to town. AT MYRTLE I
-. and cold is the forecast. I wish Many folk are planning to "attend -
hope will make ue suckers rush : t
the weatherman and the calendar. the big AKA-Kappa Alpha :
----v-----
people would get together be-.I to the stores and pay down on Pal meetings in Orlando. Both You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get ; COME TO THE I
cause somebody is I goofing. Be.I somethlac; or the other. Up groups win hold heir regtaal meetsin ,
darned if it acts and feels like. "North" one company intends to the central Florida city at the {
Spring outside But it really is same time. The host chapters LOW PRICES GRANDOPENING I
bonus and
give fur-employees a H ,
Spring. In just two short wweks.. I have a big shindig planned plus I I
In den ading that they spend it
the Easter bunny win be here. many closed affairs. Re coe Webb
With all the talk of recessionand on noo&Bential- items !Hof the host chapter said that the On Your

the like, we venture to Bay I So rjjSch for the Easter news I t Orlando group isplanoing to set DBUG, STORE IEEDS ,'- I
that there win be little Easter as guefr/In; most :.circles Jaxonsare I the pace for all others to follow .
I
topping as such unless the : :fanning on ways to spend, We left town the other day In Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug: Store .
stores make their offerings 'the holidays. Most members of': high spirits bragging about our OF DIXIE'SLUNCH .

mighty attractive. the teaching set, plan to stay! home-town and came back realizing WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN .

c, how far behind times we YOUR LOCAL PAPERS COUNTER j
,
- -:- I really are. We met a police officer .
BOTH SUNDAY I
BH"P17 from Miami at a career AND
HOME MADEDbNUT
FIRST RUN RI I & THRU WEDNESDAY r
.meeting we attended down the Dixie Pharmacy
ctate. We reared back on our ,

heels and began to praise our STAND \
IS&t KINGS ROAD At MYRTLE AVENUE r
ah N A home pond. Before any words
PHONES EL 3459748 \
could leave my lips. .the. Miami
officer just had to tell me that 'We Deliver We Also FlU AD Doctors' Prescription Made Freeh Every iloor 1r 1

the civil' service board in Miami PAY YOUR, LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-- r HOUR t

h was about to give the Negro sergeants MA Treat That You'll Repeat"
._ PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE (
all five:of them, the lieutenants .
>X0W X M X X I L V0h0c0h0W A >b0X M0W K0 t c
exam. Then he went on to .
tell us how they had nearly eighty DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHES

? MflQMfflY GEORGE Y city ten more.officers To and top were it off asking he for informed GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more SPECIAL SUNDAYJWTISSFRIE 1

J/ that friend '.
me my good '
a pIt W"Q EAU DENNA
RANDY STUART', and former Jaxon Marcellus Good- CHICKEN !
win is now a plainsclothes. man HAIR COLORER
and-liB LONDE BLACKMAILER"STRAND attached to homicide and is making Will covor p.Y ho r fe 10..30 mm..***M>tkot.
yo+ wooM tM* know ray
;
itwZ.w.
an enviable reputation. I .hojvMl.w.k d.Ono.. h..pplxMten N. pock..... ."...looth bmlt : $1.29
: dropped my head deeper with ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME
each blow. I forgot that our YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY! N.00 win to**
... ...
fc .da boo it *
MIDNITE: TONITEI port yor ** drloo ,
mayor has it rumored that we and hrttom..dead color. -no ttrtaki_*..... I 2 Ibs Broiled or Bar-B-Q
ALL SEATS SOc -|Mt uniform color if proporly applied.
may get three sargeants, that WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH !
FIRST JAX SHOWING Jacksonville has many more If will .ol rib off. It layt on t.v ral month,*. : 1

'MONSTER FROM GREEN HELL' & 'HALF.HUMAN'SUNDAYSATURDAY Negroes and a larger "blac it Sh.ap..ing..ee 09.,.c..l.. Yov..,;can or.troighte co bethmg..n.*r any,,;.9'ay., iron. permanent.no..Ih manor tI, fake way how FREE SUNDAY!
belt" than Miami, that our .tabbom or raw com.d. HACK .t.,. HACK. s

MARCH 23.29STERLING twenty-six officers are obviously All color lay put.WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP : DO-NUT SUNDAE TO EVERYBODY ; a ; 1
just to say "we have some" and Yo can put it on rest whoro iwodtd.Can be vyd ever c.thw.a,...c wl..c.p.wd.r.d .
IIAYDONVMLELlIlEi .... ..
s\/AI LTDItTfr that for all practical purpose "boMMM bavo been...d.Wom n end men.*.Em 1. I. .a." SOUVENIRS .
ANITA EKBEIUi DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH H";;'.l.t::NT V.V.V..JG
they are similar to the old 24th and .CAUTION I "U.o a*Ii.M.d; PRIZES
Full d Miens MI each box in English' Spomth :
"RIDE OUT FOR REVENGE" Rory Calhoun Infantry regiment the army.main a* lab*!.** Colon: Black. ; Dark Brown, M.diwm Brown. Ugh, ... .. Drab;
Blond Auburn. trice pOI' boa $2,50 (nlm' federal Ta.). Cut lh. ad out now AT 1:00 P. 11I.
; TIlE KIDS SUNDAY
... BRING
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... .
Set; fi
I
tamed at Ft. Benning for similar .nd *avo.for fotvr r '.11(* Your Monty Bark If Not rly
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COMING-SAT. MIDNITE MARCH 29 purposes. TO SEE
DIXIE PHARMACYKings THE "CISCO KID"
"GUNS DON'T ARGUE" & 'W ALK. INTO HELL" On the down-state deal, we J) 1

spent a very delightful day with Road and Myrtle IN PERSON f'

our old friend Harold Whitehurstwho 1

ROOSEVELT EXTRA ATTRACTION I is principal of the Sumter J

EVERY NITS THIS WEEK County J. R. E. Iee High Shcool

-On ,Stage in Person- Harold staged the first "Career !
Day" in the school's history; Tis '


Rajah Raboid'TUESDAY FORTUNE-TELLER GREATEST WORLDS pleasure the always young inspiring of hearing people.to Coach We be had around Bunky the Cunningham's Week-end Special!


Matthews of Bethune speak. For
AMAZING MIND READERI! years we had heard folk speak of

HE WILL ANSWER YOUR PERSONAL QUESTIONS! how "Bunky" quoted poetry and

HE HAS YOUR NUMBER! today we had our first oppor-,
tunity to hear him at work. We PC kROEHLER

NITE DOORS OPEN AT can only say "He whaled" 7

8:30 P.M. FOR"ROBINSONBASILIO" About Town: Caught the Guitar
arts at the Palms tills week and II
FIGHTBIG
haten't laughed so much since the

SCREEN EXCLUSIVE! circus left town. The blll-o-fare

ALL SEATS $3.50GORDONS features down home stuff. For LIVING ROOM OUTFIT

those who like it, the guitar acts

and the boy in the red suit who _._
shouts the blues hit the spot. -
I ..
Understand that one group of -
There isno l tourists left Jacksonville and went I

I to Miami who were not exactly
Vodka like I
welcomed. You know, the gals

with! the light fingers Talkof
j CREDIT
the town is the crying Jaga ea

popular "Kitty" driving professional TRMS
went on when she had her

feelings hurt by a "Kitty" driv.

e VODKA- lag postal transportation clerk:
: "playboy-about-town." Seem at

tho the two clashed over sundry
.the that makes it
.. name beuer item in a popular nite spot q r
.J
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-"
:
Buster Ford is sporting a Bon. r J 7
.A: ncville Convertible and begging
\
.' someone to buy It. The >East-Side ?" \

J .. business man U now in the new .
... car business with Claude Nolan.

.-..\...--. :1 I'', '. ..": Isiah White may not tw the tompare Anywhere at $249 1
"f best golfer in UM forthcoming
:
..,.- tourney, but he win be among
.
the best dressed. .The beverage ,idy
w
: ". salesman has four or five new I-Ifl
aunts to wear white Slacking."
:1 L! oooIt'\ The age old argument of pistol :

F versus blade was rehashed again OP
''Nsi -
FRIDAY Y AN
r last week. The pistol won again.
[ 1 .
r- t The blade. toter It dead and the MONDAY Q

pled toter in jail. y
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NITES 'TIL P.M.
1 We
caught a slight glimpse of
it at the Ribault Inn after the $5.00 DOWN Delivers All 7 Piece&1
!
e aTLLED a t dance and it wu enough to let

us know why Delphine Brtnson's Smart Styled Kroehler Sofabed
red dress upset the ladies so at

the Vagabonds dance. The _dress Nylon Foam Cushioned Rccliner

was more than .
an eyecatcher.On
2 Table'Lamps 2 Step Tables
pan.. the subject of dances,' seemsas
tho we alnt ready to acceptMr. Matching Cocktail .Table

Charlie's music say the
youngsters while the older folk

enjoyed Abe Larerts .
stylings. What m bur! ,Famous ; .C"d-
We understand that one of the .
best dance bands in the state is bt1Iit 'yrfinocL oponi to deep> two cosi oriillY,

189 years of tradition the popular BOG Collegians. People l11X11dou recline chair in decorator colon.
down-state say they are "real
in every bottle! gone: Also working out of Daytona PLUS all the iccaeinnliajj! to complete a room.

are "the fire old men", ,,-,tad'tt""J" FREE OUT OF TOWN DELIVERY :
featuring *Eddie Hill. ProC: Pike .f
JO AND 100( ) PROOF 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN d DOC and several "trthers of

eORDOtfS DRY GIN co..LTO,LINDEN.ft.l yesteryear.;,hey are svjjposefl to
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