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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
April 19, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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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: VOL. ; ;; 0. .8And NEWS APRILI9.I958-JACKSONVIW:9.FI.OR'DA ::5 C *. .

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I t:'e .>., 1 -- AME GENERAL .BOARD MOVES




e ll 4 Joe Higdon Dies ; !, WHILE MAYOR JAXONS,AND COUNCIL THUMB STALLING RIDES I TO CURB JUDICIAL COUNCILST. I



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By Eric O. SimpsonThe ; LUIS, Mo. A resolution p:aisa." Re-. Rins-n said. This

city of Jacksonville has been without bus transportation form designated to protect he funds of ran only be done adequately by

than 35 d*> and citizens have been without the General Conference in session -
i q' ys now Negro any the African Methodist Episcopal ;
!I of" facilities for than 60 : since it is the highest bodyof
: type pald .ansportation more days. '
Whether the :Mayor and the members of the City Council realizeit Church was adopted by an overwhelming authority in the denomination,"
Funeral l lI when the General .
: Monday or not this is a serious situation; but nevertheless, this groupof majority I he added.

city officials, with the exception of one Councilman John P. Board' of the AME Church I The General Board further agre-

King has not turned a single muscle to. alleviate the inconvenience met here in special session April : ed that no special financial ap-
at this time,
peals are necessary
the entire public is experiencing. 9 and 10.
Virtually the entire City Conucil has sat idly by stalling and 'and that with the cooperation of
AME General Board is com-
The that the ob-
passing the buck on requests to grant new franchises to other all AME Churches

WELL.KNOWN DANCE PROMOTER I!:\WOMAN IS HELD pab operators.' posed of 70 representative ministers ligations of the Churches can

It would appear that after 60 days of failure to provide taxi service and laymen from across I meet adequately.

to he Negro community, the City Council with whom the the, country. In addition, ten ;

SUCCUMBS AFTER LONG ILLNESSDeath FOR CAR DEATHOF authority < would take steps to permit* orther individuals or Bishops of the church were present -
I
I firms to supply the urgently needed transportation. YOUNG MATRON
officers and
I : as were members -
i It would be well for these "ball-playing" councilmen to bs aware
2-YEAR BOY of the Brotherhood of the
stretched out its cold hands last Tuesday afternoon and that citizens are watching their actions (or ack of :action .side-
AME Church.
claimed Joseph "Joe Higdon well-known dance promoter and rec. eyed and wondering why these city officials are apparently pro- DIES SUDDENLY
The resolution was aimed at
ord shop owner who had become a legend in music and entertain- -- -- tecting the cab franchise. '

ment circles in Jacksonville.His A Jacksonville woman who ran The attitude of the City Council makes -one wpnder whether these strengthening controls over that I.
1 whiC'hI
death removed a familiar figure from "the Blocks." 1' over a :2-year-old! boy while back- City Fathers have forgotten that they are elected by the people Church's general funds, for

; ing out of a driveway: last paid the people to work for the best interests of the General Board is responsible
Higdon who had operated the --' ---- j; by are expected I
widely known Hollywood Music Thursday afternoon is being held THE PEOPLE. i: and was introduced by Rev. H. I. W' Y
I of Mother Bethel
:
Store at 603 West Ashley for J ia city jail .for manslaughter investigation Lack of transportation in the City of Jacksonville with a popu- Bearden pastor
.
more than 25 years, died at the lation ,of seme315.000, in wrecking the econom .'of..the city and AME Church<<: in,..L Atlanta Ga. *j .

residynfplnXbp! J3)ild's..BuUdingUW& The''vigirr WB.,"I.arrY'" I4 : M eiK t -a grfajftoi 'M rt"tt'mi1idre&ut" busihesse! S' in-the* .t-Rtrthezted ..lre'esstabltshmentof I r"j
Jones, fof t Jon ; 1'81 r ejttire'conTmi5uty. a Points Committee composedof
Davis Street. He hid been HIV son 1 V Redr Committee sand'
Mt. Hermon St. He apparently y A situation demands Legal'
for several months and had been 1 such as exists presently in Jacksonville
the Committee of the Gen-
was playing In the driveway at positive action on -the part of the Mayor and the Council. We do Budget
virtually grappling with death
giving'the Committee
eral Board,
new
for the past two months."Joe" 1773 Mr. Hermra: St. when hit. not need city officials or representatives who will sit in public r
if to en.
/i Mrs Maggie Brown. 4S. of 221 office and protect the" interests of the bus and cab companies at the necessary power
who amazed a small the Judicial Council of the
fortune T \V. State St. had just discharged expense and inconvenience of taxpayers. 'i join :
famed
was for his astuteness Y W x
Church. The was
TY o passenger and backe-1 :Into the If thE: City Council will not act it may become necessary for the enjoining power
as a dance promoter.
voted because church officials
street from the driveway. She Legislature to take the power to regulate transportation from the i iI i I
Advertisements for his dance pro. i!i contended that the Judicial Counj .
later told police she didn't notice City Council
motionsinvariably bore the line I exceeded 'its in recent
"A Presentation 'that she hit the child. i The day is at hand when Negro and white citizens should join i iI j i polder
Hollywood So
: funds of the Church to
It Mijftt Be She told police she drove off. i in a movement to vote out do-nothing officials and elect men and ; ordering
Good. be to : D. Wan -
i ,but heard children screaming women who will protects the rights of the everyday: citizen. |i paid Bishop
Higdon acquired wealth through '
?. I Nichols.Church vote of
: i and, when she saw youn Jones LET US ALL REGISTER NOW SO WE CAN VOTE. i gave a.
long hours of toil after a start j 'commendation to the Budget C' >
( lying in the street through: her
with a meager bankroll after he ,mIttee 'of the Board of their serI -

'gave late twenties.up steam-boating One of his favorite in the e j i!i rear woman view returned mirror, the to Mrs assi t.Brown She FUNDS NEEDED TO BUY EYE ,vice. Standing votes: of confide! -

sere also extended to Bishop S. T"'IF"4H I Tf.A'
pastimes was retelling how he : drove the child to a ,hospital )L. Greene for his leadership
i when he died in the emergency FOR GIRL LOSING EYESIGHT KAMXJLril
struggled when he first stJrted1n
: the Church and to Bishop R. R.:
business. JOSEPH. "JOE" lUCiDON j room about :5:30: p.m.BRIEFS. diet suddenly
'- Wright, president of the Coun-

Higdon who was a native ofThomasillt. claimed h v death __-_-_-.__ n-_ .. __ '___ On April 5 the FLORIDA STAR appeal to all Jaxons for funds ,, cil of Bishops. ,. t .

". Ga. came to Jacksonville --- -, to aid a 5-year-old Jacksonville girl who is losing her sight. Meanwhile a resolution calling The sudden death of a well-

50' years ago. He was : The only hope for little Janyce Hughes is the transplanting of
i for an Extra Session of the General known young Jacksonville matron
divorced from :Mrs Maude :Mor.: GOLF NEWS\ 1 a new eye riff COURSESEGREGATION I _.. .. was preseted by came as a shock to friends of
a Higdon. i At present tJ Rev. McCoy Ranson, pastor ofOman. I j'
He was a member of Bethel : the Wooten family. long standing
remains the N Neb. This resolution urged
Baptist Institutional Church, the PREACHER ENDS SERVICE I receiving I, the Council of Bishops to set citizens in the community.
Rev. Robert- H, i j Mrs Tomcnia Wooten Randolph,
Wilson
minister : WITH A SHOTGUN BLAST i Hospital in otion the necessary machineryto i
where he served as a member of i I The lack of holding an extra session at I J28, of 2211 Myrtle Avenue died

the Senior Trustee Board. He was ;ion Thursday, April 17, at !OO
ENDS IN NEW. YORK The Rev. Moody 00)) is one. of the earliest possible date.
also a charter member of the ja.m. in Brewster Hospital following -
MIAMI.I Dunning 54-year-old former pastor -I for the "When the Budget Legislationwas
popular Fla-Jax Club, and was I an emergency operation.
of Menumental Baptist the only passed in Miami, Florida in
-
I | he had been rushed to thei
Irominently.Identified with the
I I
1956 it that the
i sight. was anticipated
I Church broke up a meeting last
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. MIAMI An end to segrega1 I i Hospital Wednesday afternoon
would have to be
Sunday with, two shotgun blast Iii a r.ew legislation !
,\ His death is being sadly mourn tioh on the golf course came last j(l *n the Harlem church he headed tributions have ,. I reviewed and re-studied and perhaps i I'she suffered an attack'While shop.
ed relatives and Host "' ping in a downtown store.
by a of : "
Tnursday when Negro" golfers !, until three years ago police said. we appeal to fund.'h. : even modified to best serve i She native
j was of Jacksonville
friends throughout the city and : I a -
the Church's needs and that the
teed! off on the City of :Miami's i\\j When the former pastor ap- erously. Large : a graduate of Stanton
: High
state. j !I Speared in the church vestibule. butions may i J'; I time had come for such ap- I' '
!
'School.
: Class
Funeral arrangements are being municipal golf'ourse on an integrated i ? of 50, attended
j I police said he had a sotgun ineach Janyce: : : i j
i Edward Waters
made by J. EL Whittington [ basis. !. College and
'
hand and revolver in his 740 Bridier
,
n.ortician. j:i ,They were barred however, j! pocket and shouted a : *"Don't any- '' vile Floridaor : .11' \ FATHER IS SHOT (I had Florida been A & M University and
Funeral .services win be held from : ,( [ employed at the Deaf
the clubhouse may *
which is regarded !'bodr'move. you
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i
Monday, April 21, at 4 pjn. in : and Blind School in St. August-
i as "private." It was reported that Dunning er at Elgin Ine.
Bethel Church. ,
Baptist ; I
AFfER
VISITING
The Negro linkmen acted on 1'1'I had 22 extra shotgun shells and your contri II j Among those mourning her loss
the Florida : !
; ft decision made Wednesday by : five extra revolver shells. Police I IWGUES i are: her husband, Emmett Randolph
MAN IS CHARGED the City'Commission to : said Dunning kept repeating 'It's Rd. will also, '
f desergreigate I : for nt't"ye I one son, Rodney Thaddens
WITH STABBING.Edward the Miami Springs Golf ray church. Dunning foundedthe I button tar the--, -- HOME OF CHILD Lane: parents, Mr and Mrs E W
CONTRIBUTIONS TO DATE ARE AS FOLLOWS
: I
Course. '
church in 1940 and
was
given Wooten: Sisters, Mrs, Debris
Irvin P. Martin, who had '' $15,000: when his pastorate end- I Mr. James Waters 1516 W. 34th Street $10.00 --- of Willow .

Kelley was arrested leased the clubhouse from the :'ed three years ago. Central Baptist Church '... .. .. .... .. .. .. 2:>.00 Jack Jenkins 34, of 1224 W. ;,IDrnkins Mrs. Eleanor Jackson Glove of Dor-Pa

last Saturday on a stabbing commission: said he planned to I The church occupies the ground District 8 St. John's Baptist Church. ... .. .. .. .. .. 3.00 Euval Street was shotin Chester

:'keep it "private"-or I i floor of a three-story building I Mrs. J. Irvin .. .. .. .... .. ............... .. .. 10.00 allegedly Mass., Mrs :Mary Slmp-
22 segregated.He the left shoulder
after Eddie of last Satur.
charge Ray refused other comment how-'(at 158 W. 126th Street I Mrs.: E. L. Jones .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ...... .... .. 5.00 day after leaving 435 1/2 PhelpsI Gwendolyn eon. Miss Smith Hilda Wooten of this, Mrs:
taken to Du. city:
St. was
1485 Logan u'l'r."until I've talked with i Mr. and Mrs: B. E. McKeever: 1687 McMillian St. .. 5.00 ; Street the
home of
myattorney. I Marjorie brothers: Dr Edward \\. Wooten
S val Medical Center for treatment ." Interdenoinational Ministers Alliance .._ .... .. .. .... ....... 50.00
whom Jenkins
cf 3 stab wounds in the back. !i Until the desergregation decision I FIRE SET TO FAMILY HOME Baptist Ministers' Brotherhood ... ...... ......._..,....J.: 25.00 Moseley the mother, of his child named as Jr.rove, of F.Cleveland.Wooten Ohio of Houston Dr Har.

Kelley told officers he was I Negroes had been able to' IN AN ALL-WHITE SECTION Laura St. Presbyterian Church ... ...... ......... .i;...... 21.34 Jenkins told police he went to Texas Wesley C., Wooten of this,

use the facilities at Miami I'I't St. Paul Baptist Church ............ ..... .............. 52.00 the above address to his
iii vacant lot at Union t I see baby city: Sisters and Brothers-in-law
cooking a Springs only on Mondays: LINCOLN, Neb.-A set fire St. John's Baptist Church::: .............................. 63.00 ,

find Myrtle Avenue, when Ray The Rev. Theodore Gibson, local I which extensively damaged a fire New Stanton Senior 'High School ....................... 29.50 I Mose-ley James Smith. Harry L. Jackson
William Dinkins
'came by and kicked his pot over. president of the National room frame home occupied by Rev. F. D. Richardson .............:......;.;........... 5.00 child He left the house and met ; Nieces and neph-

He said it was then that he Assn: for the Advancement of! Sherman Brown and IBs. family Mr., and Mrs. Willie Williams ........".......: ...:-....... 5.00 f a man: known only as Whiston ews: Synobia Washington Myrtle

stabbed him. Colored People, said his group intends -: 'in .a white neighborhood" known Mrs;;. Dime Home .............:.......................... 2.00 I I who shot him in the left shoulder Moody: Corlette Simpson, Linda

to seek integration of the es Havelock. is being investi- Deacon 'R., Murray ...............::=...:...........;;..... 1.00 I Jenkins said. and Joy Wooten, Phyllis Simpson,
but .
arrest
Ray was put under: clubhouse. I gated. Emanuel Baptist Church:: ...' ....?.................'......' 77.52 I He reported the incident at Patty and Debora Wooten Sonja

*as left at the hospital for observation "We are unalterably opposed to! Brown said he definitely; thinks '. Macedonia. .:baptist Church .....,..-\.w....:.'.;....... 11.60 headquarters and went police SAiitfa Fredrick, Harry, and Jerry

and treatment by Dr. the operation of the clubhouse on there is a connection between the A Sailor Fri'4 c.uu. ...'t.............:....._;...:.........,..... --.vvJ. to Duval Medical Center then for Jackson, Edward Moody, WesJ -

Camera. a segregated basis and we :win last bI8ze and .the difficulty he ;.& J: Grocery ................'..;:".:':?...:;:-r:.. ..:...... 5.00 treatment. He was treated at the y Wooten: Jr. Marshall and

Patrolmen Robert George and go .to .court. to, atop it", he d*.I has of the'area.been having. with residents Verbehia 'Saving .Crab ............*...":.:*......;;.."..:...'... 5.00 hospital by Dr. Frank Herrera. i Hicbael and numerous other relatives -
'" "., .' The famDy moved Lea .. .* .. '.. and friends. Funeral services -
..
.Lewis C. Williams investigated. 1 1g c:1ared.-: : I I into Coquette Charity. Club .i.y.-S..V.: : 5.00 8gts. W..C. Barber 'and P. A.
the house, .._last, January.. Morrison :Cafeteria WorkersAj..t..'...Y!f V?:?::'.?& .*; 23.60 will be.4n'&nged by Geter
'" .. ( > .Gruber investigated
:: .. .,. -
.1.-,: ,'. :. _:' -t'-t-.....,.. '-q. # ---" and Baker Funeral Home.

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page Two THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. April 19. 1958




THE "PLOH1HA I STAR' i a "....iti s As Usual it I IDURHAM.



NEWS '''I I : By Erie. O. Simpson


I. N.C. Full use must be made of the ballot in the

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. South if there is to be religious freedom in that region. an NAACP I

official declared last week.

MAIN OFFICE PLANT: Addressing: a state-wide interfaith ,

Z523 Honcrlef Bead ............... EL 44782 EL, 44785 !&&r3.* meeting of I I j was selected to head the cam.

Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4377SAddress churchmen o n paign for more voters," he said.
5 April 9, Clareuce:
J :The St. Petersburg drive began
Mitchell director
Mailing : of the NAACP's Sunday April 13. Pinellas County

P. O. Box Ml, Jacksonville 1, Florida Wimbish
Washington chairman is Mrs. Bettye ,

Erie (). Simpson .......................................Editor 1 y N bureau, as- prominant wife of Dr. Ralph
4s
O. Parham Johnson ...............................News Staff "ly serted that the Wimbish. Chairmen of the St.

Altamae Richardson: ........................Circulation Dept. t : southern pastors Petersburg voters registrationeffort
T who "preachabout are Rev. J. 1.. Fennell,
'-- r r ;
Member of Associated Negro Press : Integration Pastor of New Hope Baptist

SUBSCRIPTION BATES Y. on Sunday Church and J. LeRoy Murray,

One Year, $5.00; Half Year $3.00; Three Months $1.80 r''at. may find them- representative of the CountyVoter's
selves in jail on league.
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States J -- "
I SIMPSON Monday.
.Subscriptions Payable In Advance. The drive is geared to approxi-
Send Checks or Money Orders To: W f' He called for "enough votes to
mately triple the present number
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA halt political persecution of
'- of registered Negro voters in St.
clergymen who speak out.in favorof
Petersburg and is. a non-partisan
SCHOOL HOUSE OR SHOW HOUSE upholding" the United States effort in which many organizations -

Constitution. are taking part., Leaders in
TOO MANY SHOWS IN SCHOOLSIt NX Southern actions which were the coordinated plan are the St.

initiated to Negroes of
T deprive Petersburg Branch NAACP The
POft their constitutional rights have
r. r Citizens Cooperative Council and

is to be agreed that there is need for extra curricular "precipitated attacks on ministersand the Pinellas County Voters Lea

activities in our schools-i-and we all favor such activities religious institutions," Mr. gue.

that tend to develop the artistic talents of our children. But :Mitchell maintained. Similar drives are being plan-

then there is such a thing as OVER-DOING IT. The NAACP official chargedthat
ned in Bartow
Tampa, Lakeland,
And that's exactly what's happening in some of our junior and the pro-segregation group
Pensacola and Winter Haven.
senior high schools. in the South is "trying to build .

Since the first of this local a kind of state religion in which
one
year high school has put on more Register NOW-So you can Vote!
presentations; or shows of one kind or (another than some of the .. the chief idol is white supremacy .
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leading show ,houses in New York or ''Los Angeles ." and the ."

publicity and fanfare which some of the principals put behind each HOW TO MEET THE INCREASING RESISTANCE. IS THE BIG'PROBLEM NOW Clergymen and church members -

presentation make them contestants for the title "Mike Todd Of who "try to apply religious
UNCF goal for 1958 is $2,250
The School System. principles to everyday life by opposing
000. Each year the 33 independent
Realizing that'at best our children are not getting too much in segregation" need the
colleges depend on the Fund to
the schools because of protection of other churchmen, he
overcrowding, poor teaching methods, and raise approximately 10 per centof

poorly prepared teachers, one wonders how any principal could divert Your Weekly saidMr. their combined operating bid-
.so much of the school time to rehearsals for the various shows Mitchell cited a number
Give
gets. to the United Negro
'and presentations ever constantly in production.It of incidents reflecting a denial
GuideWHICH College Fund, 22 E. 54th St. N.
Horoscope of religious freedom in the South
has reached the place where parents are beginning to complainfor -- Y. C.
which include:
several reasons. One reason is that every time they look up

their sons and daughters are preparing for some sort of show. ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 1. The sentencing to jail last
month of a Negro minister: In
Another reason is that frequent costuming for these shows has
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL : Mississippi after the man had
become a burden on the pocket-books of average wage earners. a
To top it all citizens are beginning to ask where is all this money been active In civil rights and I VOTERS MUST I

taken in from these- various presentations going to. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES voting matters. I
2. The ouster of Father Gerald
We agree with one parent who recently complained: There are

just too many shows being put on In the schools nowadays. "Prin to be on top of present circumstances these timts, you can afford to I Lewis, a Negro priest, when he BE REGISTEREDBY

cipals ought to devote more time to teaching than to producing Born March 21 Thru April 20 but you could easily Invite take advantage of opportunities L attempted to say mass at Jesuit
Bend, La.. in 1955-
shows and raising money. You may find yourself kept difficulties if you allow ego to gain and to acquire some de-
3. Attempts to force authorities
busy after the 6th reviewing cr overoptimism to lead you a- sided objects if they arenot too AUGUST 10
at an all-Negro Baptist collegein
many past matters and communi stray. expensive.
South Carolina to oust a
cations. This can be very constructive 4-1@-11-13-15- 453 7-80-88- 7-85-'797
clergyman who was active in the
CAB DRMRSSTRIKE
SHOWS for you seem able to I I NAACP. TALLAHASSEE Any Flo.
unearth valuable ideas and letters LEO. rids citizen who hopes to vote
SAGITTARIUSBora 4. The of the
or other documents near the Born July 24th Thru August 23rd I resignation Rev. In the Nov. 4 general election

DUVAL NEGROES ARE UNITINGFor 7th. Don't be reluctant to under- Since the Sun is your ruling Nov. 23rd Thru Dec. 21st I *George J. Stafford from the First must be registered by 5 pjn.

take necessary trips now, but be planet, its, aspects to the Moon Some good aspects to it on the' Baptist Church In Batesburg, S.C., Aug. 10, Atty. Gen Richard

sure that they are really re can often indicate times of spec. 4th, 11th, 13th, 21th, 23th, and of which Gov. Timmerman is a Erin ruled Tuesday.

the first time in many years we are witnessing some quired. The general tendency may sal emotional events or tension. 29th will aid in member Mr. Stafford was reported Ervin advised James L. Graham -
you achieving
degree of unity among Negroes in Jacksonvlle. be one of retreat from dealing This month there is a Full Moonon ij to have "broad dews Jr. attorney for the Sate

Reference is made to the current strike of the colored cab drivers with current correspondence or tht 3rd which will stir up reactions somt of your' hopes and withes about Integration" at the time of Assn. of Supervisors that under

who sticking together and refusing to pay higher rental fees for other details, but this should be in dealings with relatives around these dates. However, it 11 his resignation! the new September primaries,
.
.
the cabs which they must hire from the Lincoln and New Deal Cab overcome as much as possible. neighbors, and inlaws to a de- IS in opposition to Mercury on the the registration books must be

Company.The 6-30-22-28-21-- 15th, and to the Sun on the 17th, Register NOW-So you can vote! closed from 5
gree that may require some will- pjn. Aug.*10 to
.
cabdrivers's strike bears more significance than meets the eye. ingness on your part to comps indicating that mid-April will 9 p.m. Nov. 10.

It is not just a strike. It is a show of unity. It is an indication mise and make adjustments. The bring you some challenging con- ST. PETERSBURG LEADS Citizens will not be able to

that there is at least one group of Negroes who will stick togetherfor TAURUS 18th focuses your attention upon ditions involving loved ones and REGISTRATION register for the general election

what they believe to be right. It indicates that the time is pas- Born April 21 Thru May 21 coming events and plans for the friendships, which should be met "The citizens of St. Petersburg qualified to vote in their' party

sing when a few can be swayed to withdraw from their organizations The numbtr of angular planetsin futurt. with understanding and a readi- Florida should be proud to primaries.The

and defeat the cause for which they are fighting. your chart at this time denotes 250664864256VIRGO ness to compromise problems.18055785St83 know that their's is the first first primary election is

Praise is also due ,to the citizens who are supporting and en- this as a rather crucial F.orida city to complete its regis- scheduled for Sept. 9' which

courging the striking drivers in many ways. month, one which may in some tration set up," so stated Rev. A. means that the books must

Particular tribute must be paid to Mrs. Daisy Ford, proprietor manner prove to be a turning Leom Lowry president of the close on Aug. 10.
CAPRICORNBorn
ofBubber's Coffee Shop, who has been serving the men dinners free point for your personal affairs Born August: 24 Thru Sept 23 Florida State Conference of in November unless they have

of charge every day 'for more than sixty days. The same is due and fortunes if you move in the From this position it will con- Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 20th Branches, NAACP. I The second primary will beheld

also to Mr. Ernest Bucker, operator ef the Palms Night Club Ball- I right direction. Try to avoid getting centrate your attention upon joint This influence makes you more "Running a close second is on Sept. 30.LET'S .

room, who permitted the FLORIDA STAR to promote a Cab Driv off on tangents where ang. financial affairs, tax matters, any sympathetic and pleasant in your Orlando where Atty. Paul Perkins

er's Benefit Barn Dance last Tuesday night which netted the union er or lack of undtrstanding with I thing connected with your estate, discussions with others or in correspondence I
The most favorable
some $250. ethers can bring you estrange, or possible money benefits from

ments or upsets. This advice others. There is a strong need periods for stepping up social GET TOGETHER
relationships: will be the 7th, 10th,
should be particularly heeded around to review accounts, anything rt-
11th, 12th and 26th. You will
the 23rd, 28th and 30th lating to payments or collections, MEN I
have to look out for some dis- & WOMEN WANTEDTo
when you are most likely to after Mercury turns retrogradeon

make some mistakes in your the 6th. You may be pleasantly play of jealousy, enmity, or resentment Become Part Of A Strong Organization
This could
dealings! with others. surprised by some advantagestha easily sour 1
some of your earlier achievements That Will Work For

Progress0
5 40-77-38-75-347 accrue from a close studyof
unless remain poised
these matters on the 7th, 10th you
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IGth, 17th, 18th, 19th, 23th, and patient.
GEMINI 4 30 77 28 74 437
26th. -- ARE YOU INTERESTED?
Corn May 22 Thru June 21Saturn's t
&-60. 11-5&-42-864 IF SO, FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
present position in

your opposite sign continues to AQUARIUSBom t
Jan. 21st Thru Feb. 19th MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUGE
put some stress upon partnership LIBRABorn
tft The 6th seems .to promise some 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD
ties, marital affairs, or dealings Sept 24th Thru Oct. 23rd
benefits to pocketbook and
with competitors and the The aspects to your ruling your
possessions during the balance of
public. This is actually a time planet, Venus, indicates some favorable YES=: I WANT PROGRESS
the
month. There will be consider-
when your attitude towards others progress where work matters .
able outlay for luxuries, clothing, Register Me As A Member Of
is maturing, but you cannot and dealings with subordinates -

expect too much from them be. I or dependents are con.i or decorative effects. things that
made more happy and THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
you com-
cause of the pressures they are cerned,-particularly around the 7 I N

felling. Your best dates for reaching -''the 10th, 11th, 12th, and 26th fortable, particularly when Ven- I
i us is well aspected to other
plan Which
WHl
adustmentsf where they are I Be prepared for possible problems Campaign for :

: concerned will be the times when that can prove upsetting to ets on the 7th. 12th. and 26th. Better Streets Drainage Facilities
1-50=66 47 4 156
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T! Saturn is well aspected to other friendships or relations with people Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs

planets, on the 1st, 15th, 17th. if you become enmeshed in Job
Equal Opportunities
20th and 29th.326U1831U. the difficulties of othtrs the 14th PISCESBorn ...
Negro Doctors At Medical Oc
: : and 30th. Don't fail to take it Feb. 20th Thru March 20th Better Treatment In Star ,'

--- easy if you feel under pressure. If you, are making any change A Negro YMCA Build!

CANCER *-70.-.99-68----87-878 of environment, be careful to General Community Improvement .

1400 WRHC 1400 Born June 22nd Thru July 2S I check files and records that are a

There is rather even balance SCORPIOBorn of value lest you "ose some- I am Interested in knowing some of the other benefits

FEATURES-. between your efforts to achieve Oct. 24th Thru Nor. 22nd thing between the 6th and the i(I

recognition In the world at largeand However, this planet Is In good end of the month. However, the I can derive from Joining the organization. ................ '

KEN KNIGHT (\ your attempts to stabilize aspect to others on the 1st, 15th.17th. first ten ttays of the month seem

-PRESENTING- private affairs-home family, 20th, and 29th making to promise you an excellent per Advise me trtxen the next meeting win be held. .......... :

and financial activities. This there dates harmonious for achi-
KNIGHT TRAIN spective on things and a chanceto NAME .....................................................
8-9 PM. 13-1 NIGHTLY month represents a turning point tving monetary benefits, particularly schedule matters to your advantage -

SWEET CHARIOT that is likely, to prove vital for through wise bargaining, a particularly along social ADDBXS3FHONE .................................................
9:30 ,to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY your intertsts between :April. and show of conservative tactics and or romantic" lines Pat the ''I

BLUES IN THE KNIGHT October of this year. Try to be economy. The influence of Jupiter ; amid ands now upon. achieving f: ........ :......... .................. ............. ,

1030-12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY sure that you make the rightchoice will be helpful where TOUT your aims, in connection: with
.,. .. BE4USTEBIED VOTXB-................
:1 If any change art }imminent. exchequer is. concerned the comfort
and
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I Bethel Family Observes Anniversary '

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t J L .AND THE HOSTESS WORE AN ORCHID We are
: refering of course to the very charming and personality-endowed
Mrs. Elvin A, Roulhac
who entertained The Cotillions last Saturday
Ar evening at The Lincoln Golf and Country Club.

t;< :\", Mrs Bessie Caty (looking marvelous In a dainty yellow outfit

designed: to make the days ofa1ting" more enoyaWe and Mrs

Ann Lewis were honor guests. Both received beautiful gifts from
r the hostess.
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-I } v 4 ( Mrs.: Josephine Cleeland.rs.: Edith Weton and :.Mrs. Dorothy

Woods were high scorers for the evening and were awarded prizes
accordingly.

r :: i:; :,:, } '' Mrv Evelyn Walker I* president of theclub, while the other

WYrkp office, are filled by :Mrs Viola Monroe vice prftoldf'nt'Irs.) .

: S Hortense Brown (secretary); and :Mrs Marjorie Gilmore (treasurer).

: 0x Other member attending the mt'eting'hI'h was held in the
\ : downstairs club room were Mrs Carrie Parsons, :Mrs. Olga Hlggln.
{ botham and :Mrs :Mary Singleton

Eg ( 4t2 s. : The group raved J over the main dish of shrimp salad (prepared

by Curtis), served with spiced crab apples and all the trimming

t : t ': t. r : . .

Upstairs activity at The Lincoln Golf and Country Club last

.4;; g 1J Saturday evening centered around the meeting of the u.s Meres"

,.' ,., ,',. Bridge Club. Mrs Evelyn \Vf'lis88 the gracious hostess.
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<- << .'- .' ," 'ka Although primarily a business meeting, the group enjoyed

i/5 several rounds of bridge, followed by a variety of seafood servedon

f platters.
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:a. 'Is' v Mrs Thelma Silas, a new member of the {club was present at

the meeting.
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The joining of hands to cut the beautifully decorated rake tiplfles the meaning of sharing. The :,., .:?':' -' '

Rv and :Mrs. Wilson' cut the cake marking the 120 anniversary of the church and the pastors5th. ._. ._ 'u____. "..,' ,' __..-- _,_'_ ... _,.
I The placement of the three candles on the cake denotes the time as the present past and Our STAR photographer was successful In capturing the lovely The Durkee Drive home of Mrs. Theodore M. Christopher was

Future. Robert and Roberta Wilson are seen here with their parents. decorated table, filled with many friends and members attendingthe the setting for the recent meeting of The Entre Now Bridge Club
with Mrs. Lillie
B. Blackshear
banquet. Seen in the group are Deacon Street Miss 1\lattle serving as hostess.
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': <' \("' "' The guest table
2"f"'r: Koon, Mrs.* Pena Owens, Deacon and Mrs. Thompson Deacon and wa comprised of Miss Waltee McCnw, Mr
:: :Mrs. Solomon, Mrs Joyce Lawson, Mr. Ed. Lawson Mrs Gwendo Christopher Mrs Lydia Sweet and Mrs. Edith Thompson. Mrs.

: : lyn Baker, Mrs. Mamie Blocker 11l'iSIargaret: Denson Mrs. lid- I Christopher was awarded the guest prize.

len Bailey. Club prizes were won by :Mrs Charlotte Stewart Mrs Ruby
z .' / :: --- Humphrey and Mrs. Ruth D. :Myers.
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GLADIOLA LADIES
YOUTHS HOLD The Ambassadors Club Inc. held its recent meeting in the homeof
PLAN ANNUAL TEAThe Mr. and Mrs W. Russell Robinson 3204 Pearce Street.

,S Mr.. and Mrs James Everett of Miami were honor guest

'.8. Annual Tea of the Gladiola CHURCHOFFICE The much-talked-about menu consisted of two huge hams, bakedto

,',:::'.' Ladies Club will be held Sunday perfection, buttered broccoli rice pilau, hot rolls and coffee, with

'" April 20, 4-6 p. m. at the Wilder apple and cherry pie for dessert.
: :
Park Recreation Center. A Youth Week Program wiU Among members present were, Charles F. James IL Greene,

:' 4 .}.:}, Other clubs and organizationshave be sponsored by the Baptist scar L Hillman James Bellamy William Surrey, James Allen

y .. w? been invited to attend the Training Union of Second Bap- James Joyner lUre Bennett Charles Parson Longineq Parsons

affair and the one having the tist Cliurcto. April 20 through Emmett Reed Mr. Motes William Broadway and Cassius W. Jones.
largest number of members present April 27. All activities of the .

will be presented a gift. church will be conducted by the Mrs. Vermal J. McCone was hostess to a recent meeting of The

:: Several local artists are to be youths, under the direction of the Cosamis. held in her beautiful Verbena Road home. Only membersof

f' presented on the program. various organization leaders. A the club were assembled.

!z ov> meeting will be held by the Among prize winners for the evening were Mrs. Elizabeth Sim.
youths with the adults for the moos and Mrs. Juanita Randolph

I ; : LES FEMMES CLUB purpose of studying the work of Mrs. McCone recuperating from a recent attack of the dreaded

PLANS TEA SUNDAYA the various departments of unitsof Asiatic Flu, was assisted by her husband. Mr. McCone's delicious
t y e I : the church. barbecued chicken brought forth many favorable comments from

f* t In a recent meeting of the ex. the guests, who are anxious to have him repeat the feat In the
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the Les Charmante Femmes Club, : Training Union, plans were .
April 20, at 4:00: p. m. in the .
YWCA. made for the orientation program. The Charming Ladies Bridge Club held its most recent meetingin

The youth leaders are: Arthur the home of Mrs. Helen Grimes, 1715 Garden Street, College
-- Some of the artists appearingon
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McFadden youth pastor; William Circle.
The enjoyment of the festive occasion can easily be see, at the speakers table where the honored the program are: :Miss Annette -
pastor Is joined by his family and friends: Deacon L. M. Argrett Mrs. Hazel Argrett Attorney Scott, Mrs. Alverina Alexander -'; Allen, chairman of deacon board; Honor guests were Mrs. Doris Parsons Mrs Doris Scott Mrs.

i D. W. Perkins, Toastmaster Rev Wilson and his family Rev Patterson Rev. Wright and Edgar Graham and Mrs. Del- Richard Sloan, chairman of trus- Edith Thompson and Mrs. Dannette T. Howell. Mrs. Thompson
the board
Benjamin Sloan church i qualified for the guest prize.
deacon Washington. phenia :M. Brinson. ;i .
clerk: Deloris Geddis, president
Mrs. C. S. King, Mrs. M. F. I Club prizes went to Mrs Vermal Glover and Mrs MargaretC.
of deaconess board; Betty Ann
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-.. >> -- "<""" 'Coleman and Mrs. B. C. Greene ; Day with Mrs. Pearl Cohen' qualifying for consolation.
Williams, president of Junior MissIOnary .
will be the special guest.s iI i A delightful turkey dinner was served.
Society; Leroy White
i! Incidentally the ladles are serving tea at the Branch YWCA
< president of Laymen Brotherhood
5555 I' ; Sunday evening at 4:30 p.m., and we understand a very unique
5 Joseph Jackson, general superin-
has been for the occasion.
I program arranged
JOLLY SAVING CLUB tendent of Sunday School; Elgin . .

SLATES SPRING TEA Chapman assistant superintendent The Basons are in the social spotlight this week, hating sponsored -
of School Lillie Murl
Sunday ; their annual formal last Thursday evening at The Palms

A Spring Tea will be sponsored Hall general Sunday School secre- (formerly the Two Spot Night Club). More about this fine club and

by the Jolly Group Social Saving tary; Everlene Pray, superintend. the wonderful dance in next week's column.
I Club in the home of Mrs. : ent of beginners department. .

I' Elizabeth Peeler 1731 W. 5th t The objectives of the youth Miami is beckoning to quite a' few of our professionals. Both

-I Street April 27 from 4 to 6 : program are: to acquaint the the Social Workers and the public school teachers have conventions
young people with the functions
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p. m. i there. this coming week-end.
of the church, to encourage great- .
A program will be presented ,
for the occasion with some lead. j I er appreciation for leadership and We salute Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta

'k I ing artists of the city participa | to stimulate a wider interest. in Sorority for Its foresight In making arrangements for South
;: .. { Christian Service.CONTEST! Carolina State's Modern Dance Group to appear here May 2 (In

ting.Clubs New Stanton High School' auditorium).
of the city are invited
4 : Mrs. E. DeVane choreographer of the talented group is quitea
and dubs having the largest I
4r- number of members in attendance PLANNED capable performer, having received expert instruction. .
and the cause for which it
Both the anticipated performance
will be awarded I i
a prize. FOR DELEGATES
I is being presented will entice the public to attend for receipts will
The next meeting will be held
toward the Delta Scholarship Fund.
k: in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Augusta, Ga. -An Elimination go
Mrs. Lillian G. Small Is president of the local chapter and she
John Petty 1530 Dot Street. contest for representatives to assisted the Friends .t
>, has announced that the group will be by
attend the Youth Conference in

II 'k Columbus, Ohio, July 20-25 began Delta.Tickets. are an sale

a DARNELL COOKMAN Saturday at Smith Temple A.&LE. . .

Lon Church attendance record for The Kevinettea
ENTERED DURING It was another perfect
The Rev. Mrs. Jemardine Harris -! when they met last Saturday evening In the Kinwood Drive homeof

I EASTER HOLIDAYS IDarnell.cookman I Conference Director, present Mrs. Pearl Mackey.

ed the first Youth Conference to Members qualifying for prize were: Mr Essie. D. McCray

.'.'-<, ..Ag,.. ,- .. School 1701 have ever been held in this vic i first Mrs. Doris.G. Bennett second; Mrs. Celeatine Nicks third;

Waiting to enjoy the dellclously prepared meal being: served by Herbert Putman are: Deacon Davis Street was entered some- inity. I Mr/Emmalee T. George, fourth and Mrs. Sara Ixnett, consolation.
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1 John G. Staley, :Mrs :Mary Stevens :Mrs. Annie Payne, Miss Bettye Lowery and :Mrs. :Mamie I time between 4:30 p.m. Thursday I The winner of this district will :_
Lowery. I April 3, and 5:45: a.m. Tuesday compete at the general confer.

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Jackson custodian of the LILLY'S DRUG STORE
SMITH MEMORIAL K. D. BRITT CLUB YOUTH CONFERENCE school told investigating officershe I

RECEIVES GIFTS SPONSORS SOCIAL PLANNED FOR JULY locked the school securely at I Savery took the "I" out of! 1907 Kings Road at Spires

4.30 p.m. Friday., and when he "
at Tal-
"slavery. Savery Library
Monroe Ga. A shower was given A Pineapple Sip will be sponsored returned last Tuesday at 5:45, he I! ladega College one of the 33( in. Where Experienced I&,
found the school had been entered
last Saturday at the parsonage by; the K. D. Britt Club of COLUMBUS, OHIO-Plans for I dependent member colleges of the ,cF Pharmacists Prepare
broken window that
through a was
of the Smith Memorial A.M.E. Second Baptist Church, April 20 II Unit*! Negro Colltge Fund, was Your Prescription: Ac- II
the
General Convention and National opened in a previous break in.
Church. Members gave gifts for in tht home of Mrs. Bertha Me- named for an exslaveVilliam 5 4 "'cording to doctor's ; ,
Youth Conference to be The principal and the custodianwere j your
the parsonage ranging from elec- Cullough. 1314 Grothe Street, unable to determine what Savery. Freed at the end of the instructions Using u
trical appliances to linens. I from 4 to, 6 p.m. held July 2,0-25 in ColumbusOhio was missing at the time. Civil War, he worked as a car- only the best quality }

,The parsonage Is presently undergoing I A program will be presented at were completed by members of a Patrolmen Johnny J. Doe and penter; helped construct the col- drugs.Dr. .
renovations. the occasion. committee headed Dr. lege's first building; became a
special by Freddie D. Mack investigatedAll
i 3 and 4 at the Darnell-Cookman .
J.Y.. Eichelberger of Chicago college trustee. Long ago Savery O. F.. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham

I Elementary School Illinois. i worked to give his children and i
GARDEN CLUB WILL -:- -:- -:-
I The theme for this year show but one of the 33 United grandchildren a place to go to

PRESENT MAY SHOWThe !win be "ExploringVith Flowers." Courses In Leadership Education .- Negro Colleges are located in the school. You can help boys and A COMPLETE LINE OF:

Judges have been appointed to will be featured at the sessions South whtre 73 per cent of all girls to college TODAY. Give Cosmetics .:. Rubber Goods .:. Candies .:. Sundries
29th Annual Spring Flow. award ribbons to the best entriesin to be held at the Youth American Negros....live. Your gift go
.r show will be presented by the arrangement composition Center and the Indianola Junior to the- United.Negro College Fund to, the UNCF. 22. East 54th St.. PRESCRIPTIONS'CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED
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Federated Garden Circle on May in arrangement., composition High School. helps where it is needed, most. New York 22, N. Y.

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CHURCH NEWS Fellowship\ service will be held in the Day Spans Baptist Church

I A rH ,miler the sponsorship. of distinct 10, April: 20 at 3'30 p.m. in* the

:'tf tonum of the church. The sermon will delivered by the Rev.

41 H H Robinson pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist ('hun'h.t .

J6J .i. : the
; i-K' will be furnished by

.. combined choirs of the church. ST.PTAtJLMEN.
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REV. A. B. ,RICHARDSON TO INSTALLATION SERVICES 5- >a The Johnson Sisters: will also ap-

SPEAK AT '-" 1 MEMORIAL: : FOR MT. IJLLA BAPTIST ,. I Fear on 'the program.

Th', -. ,v -. r-hirdsoTi, Pastor I CHURCH d Choir 4 will observe its usical

c' TV: iih AME Church, I Mt. Lila Baptist Church will e I anniversary. April 27 at 4 p.m. ORGANIZE FOR

c fir"'; n "1 c T"e'ptkn will con- I observe installation services for .v I Mrs,Bessie Washington, chairmanf

-.'.-... ;-. Grant Memorial their new paStor, Rev. Grant Lee. the program committee has

i -..1'r ''-1'-' April 22 at 8:30: p. April 21 through April 27. S xtended an invitation to all ANNIJALDAY

KI., in the i.:"erest of the Men's The following ministers will be choirs of local churches to attend

day program May 13. i!i charge of services; Rev. E. L. II the event. '
s M : District 24 will meet in the home .The mea of St Paul A M E
Wilcox of Bethany Baptistchurch ,
If t Elijah Wilson 1910 Pullman Church met with Ulepa.st
DISTRICTTO Evergreen in a body
SECOND BAPTIST : H. H. Wright of
I Street. April 20 at 3 p.m. Blatnt. to
OBSERVED 'lNIVERSARY'Members W. M. Cummings of West' r. the HeJ.. .

of District 34 of Second I Union; Rev. O'Neal of St. Mark :. District 16 will hold its meet- form an organization for the an-
4 ,ng in the home of Mrs A Jones, nual Men's
Baptist Church will observe Diptist Church, H I. Jenkins cfMt. Day activities.
"2 j Venus Court. Apt. C at 3:30
tneir seventh anniversary. April Olive and W. M. Hill of MtCa In selecting William Devaughn
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1. Sunday.
20 in the home of Mrs. Pearl !\'ai-y. St.w Sweet as chairman and J. Earl
TV: Johnson Sisters will bee
Moultrit, 4122 Moncrief Road Morse co-chairman, the men<< ex.
nted in an after service
Miss Lucile Luster will serveas ', NEW REDEEM CHURCH I r '.-.< .-I 1 program, Sunday at 8:30: pressed confidence in their leadership << -
the mistress of ceremonies for CHOIRS PRESENTS SACRED i, and pitched their full cooperation -

the occasion and Deacon D. R.; IVINT y -- -- -- -- in helping to make the

Taylor, will be the speaker.A : Choirs 1 and 2 of New Redeem ? } 4 PAYNE CHAPLE AME Men's Day the best in the historyof

cordial invitation has been | Baptist Church will sponsor a : St Paul both in attendance and

extended to all districts and clubsto sacred drama entitled "The i x rAt CLOSES CONTESTThe in finance.
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attend. i Twelve Tribes of Israel" April William D. Sweet Is the veteran -

s ; 27 at 3 p.m.Donations t !baby contest that is in superintendent of the Sunday

CHURCH OF GOD IIV FAITH i will benefit the Build Y i-mon at Payne Chapel I AME School having served continuously -

PRESENTS GOSPEL CAVALIER ,I ing Fund of the church. III ,Iu"chill terminate. April 20 under the pastorate of the
II' church at 6
SINGERS IN RECITAL i i o the p.m. Rev. R. A. King the Rev. D. A.
The babies in the contest are ,
Sweetwater-A recital will be :MEN'S DAY CELEBRATION Russell the Rev. J. A. Roberts
sponsored by different
presented in the Church of God Mt. Zion AME Church will S.e emg of the and now the Rev. R. J Elaine.
.oards and auxiliaries
by Faith, Sweetwater, April 20 'I celebrate Men's Day on April 20. i nurch. The babies are: Bernard He is the former Boy Scout executive -

at 8 p.m. featuring the Gospel Virgil Hawkins, public.relations Y :_ + Lorenzo Gore, Rodney W. Gard- in the city and is connected

Cavalier Singers, formerly the director at Bethune Cookman ncr Robert James Stevens, Lonnie with the Duval County School

McCall Gospel Singers, under the College will be the guest speaker. I Walker. Debra Ann Whitaker and II III System. .

direction of Mrs May Thomas, *. Kenneth Brunson. J. Earl Morse cochairman Is

president and Evangelist J. EVERGREEN REVIVAL i Alvin Charles Holt. James a former president of the ACE

Thompson, booking agtnt and The Rev. W. Lowe pastor of I 3 Boykms. Annette Alexander Joy- League presently he is the chairman ,

musician. Friendship Baptist Church, Al-l! I rer Maria Denise Logan, and of the beautification com-
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bany. Ga., will conduct Revival '. Theresa Yvonne Boykms. mittee of the church, presidentof

PROGRAM\ IIONOR SIT. meetings at the Evergreen Bap- 4 I the Brewster Men's Club. He

CORIAL SECRETARY tist Church I ? fg the first promoter to
April 28 through .5 x. 3 SHILOH BAPTIST put sing
May 9.AFTER. .i in, in the city on a state-wide
Auxiliary; Board one will sponsor ,. ,
SHOWA
SLATES BABY
recognition basis.
a Souvenir Testimonial pro- t

gram April 28 in the auditoriumat SERVICE SLATEDAT i Both men are well known in

:Ml Corial AALE. Church hone GRANT MEMORIAL AME a Calendar Baby Show will he the city because<< of their public

oring :Mrs. L. M. Jones Secretaryfor An after service will be con. : :. : sponsored. by Mrs. Frankie M. sainted activities aril: : two of the
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27 at 3 p.m
April
22 years. Also sharing the ducted in the Grant Memorial; Thompson. .! most conscientious workers in St.
honors will be presidents Mrs. AME Church April 20 by Rev. 4 the auditorium of Shiloh Bapist Paul Church. They have startedmapping

Geneva B. Palmer and Mrs. Le. Robert H. Wilson, pastor of I Church. j plans ;o organize the
s. Robinson willserve
Miss Barbara:
Fromwe. entire
anna Bethel membership into a work
Baptist Church I
a -, as the mistress of'ceremomes \ ing group.
Carter T. Lewis, general chair- L :v for the occasion and Mr.f. "
MT. ZION BEGIN HENS DAY man of the annual Men's L '
Day
W. Ford will serve as the
r ''a 'r \ Viney I
DRIVEMt. celebration, which will be ,
held .
c Williams t tI
'Uor Elder J. E.
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Zion Methodist Church May 18 is the sponsor of the l ; tj ;; : the Church of God In Christ, I ZION GROVE CHURCH

Lone Star began its Annual Men's service and various ministers of 5,.. '.' bthe special guest and ;. FOUNDER'S DAY SET

Day drive on April 17 and con- the the city celebration.will conduct services for r. :>.c will be furnished by Choir BY ALUMNI CLUBThe

tinuing until April 27. J 'D. Central; CME, Church.
s i 9 ( T:;\' program is being sponsoredn Jacksonville Tuskegee

ST. STEPHENS: PLANS \\'AI4TERSIE.'IORIAL AJILE. r .1 the interest of annual women's ;'Alumni Club will celebrate the

THOUSAND DOLLAR TEA CHURCH MISSIONARY day observance.An founding of their Alma Mater
SOCIETY PLANS PROGRAMThe Tne :nth Annual Con\acation of the Churches<< Of God In Christ was held from April 1 through I
invitation has been extended -
Rev J. S. Johnson pastor of Woman's Home Missonary I April 8 in the Greater State<< Temple Sonic of ;11w nemSier attending: the eonvacation are seen j to all boards, clubs and auxili- I i' Tuskegee Institute by. Booker T.

St. Stephen AME Church is spear. Society and Beautification Drive in the above photo+. Top: James C. Williams a.:,-.yille, L. II. Hart, Orlando. B. L. McLeod, !I ones to attend the event. ; Washington in April of 1881 Sun-

heading "Thousand. Dollar Committees will present a program AraU' 'I' 1.. C.o pY.. It. Nesbitt,, Sr., R. L. .'">i.eI!, IVnxaeota, T. B. Belfard, Dade City, S. I : day.A ,

Mothers' Day Tea" which will be in the Walters Memorial Speights, 1 4.t ('O.l>t district :XI. I.. Presley Ja 'ksonville.Center I special dedicatory program

held, May 11 in the church from A.M.E. Church at 3 p.m., April Photo: tin :>e
4 to 6 p.m. 20. Clermont Cider II. Sanders Tampa, Kames Hilton, .Jwksor.xille! Melton Sconiers<< Dade City \ i
A. Miller will deliver the address.
An invitation has been extended Paul Allen will be the guest W. R. N':",!bltt, Jr. Jacksonville, Mrs James C. V.IIIiams, Gainesville Elder S. P. Nwibitt Brother t!
,
The
will be held in the
program
to the public to attend the af. speaker for the occasion. Bradley Ilulner. City; B. II. Ruse, Jacksonville l. Jer W. II. Wright. Tampa. R. L. Powell, Pens HOLD MEETING i i auditorium of the Laura Street
(Sberard Photo)
fair. Limbric Day will be observed cola
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After several informal discussions Sunday.
.JERUSALEM BAPTIST worship and both sermons : NURSES AID BOARD FIRST BORN TEMPLE I regarding the programs,
TO OBSERVE will be delivered the pastor.I I CAMPBELL AME
SPRING TEA by
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SETS ANNIVERSARYThe ANNOUNCE PROGRAM] and financial needs of the Char.
Members S I
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acter and welfare
: building organizations ALLEN
tist Church will sponsor their CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH in our community, by SISTERS TO

annual Spring Tea, April 20 In YOUTH: CHOIR PRESENTS TO OBSERVE anniversary of the Nurses A baby contest and programwill various members of several social APPEAR IN GREATER .

the home of Rev. and Mrs. PROGRAM Aid Board of Zion Hope Baptist be presented in the First and civic Organizations a

Joshua Manning 1133 Franklin, A program will be presentedby Churchill be observed, April Born Temple, 825 W, Monroe St., formal meeting was held for the, Regular services of Greater

Street. the. Young Adult Choir of HOMECOMING 28 at 8 pjn. in the ,auditorium of April 24 at* 8 p.mrt for the bene-i purpose of resolving a plan of Zion Grove Baptist Church wul

A program is being arrangedfor Central Baptist Church April 20 the church. fit of the building drive. action to eet those needs. I begin with Sunday School at 9:30

the occasion I and the morning service will be Rev. J. W. Marshall of Mt. The program is being given in This meeting resulted in an a.m.. with Herbert Bradley (in

I conducted by the Young Adult BALDWIN "Homecoming" :Moriah Baptist Church will deliver I the behalf of Mrs. Ada Roberts I I Organization known as the Inter- charge.

WILLING WORKERS UNION Choir also.Special trill be celebrated in Campbell the sermon. He will fee accompanied I pastor of the First Barn Mission Club Council, consisting of two Rev E. Mobly will deliver the

HOLDS MEETINGThe music will be furnished Chapel A \tE. Church, Baldwinon by his choirs and con- Kt Atlantic Beach and C. Parham ((2) members each: from the morning worship sermon at 11 a.

regular meeting of the by the Boylan Haven Glee Sunday April 20. gregation.All Johnson will be the Master of Venetians Club Vagabon Club m. and music will be furnished by

Willing Workers Holiness Union Club. nurses board have been Ceremonies. Music will be fur- Royal Ambassadors Club, Barrons the Allen Sisters.

will be held in the Penecostal I The celebration begins with invited to attend the affair. nj3hedby Choir 1 of Mt. Vernon Crab, Dragon Club and The A program will be presented

Church of the iFrst Born, April 1'' the.t 10 Sunday a.m.. School and concludes which opens with Baptist Church and the Light Flajax Club. This 12-member in the interest of the Pastor'sAid

21.The 'SAINT MATTHEW 'he afternoon services which are PROGRAM SLATED house Gospel Chorus. organization immediately set as Club at 3 p.m. Rev.-W. II.
public is cordially Invitedto ita the sponsoring of
The contestants are: Eutoy objectives, Lyons and congregation of MtS
heduled to begin at 3 pm. '
attend the meeting. SECOND BAPTIST Charles: Gwen- projects in the community for! Church Folk-
i 'I II Ii i 2rother Abraham Boyd is the Denise, McIntyre New Home Baptist ,
PLANSPROGRAM superintendent of the Sunday dolyn Fossett and Barbara Ann i the purpose of raising money. I ston, Ga.., will be in charge of
NEW HOPE BAPTIST
&hodn office he has held for An Hour of Music will be sponsored Campbell. The money raised from these the services.

MISSION HOLDS MEETING i more than fifty years. by the Metoka and Galeda I projects will be used to supportthe Services will be conducted by
WILLISTON The meeting of
I A musical program and new Department of Second Baptist Y.M.C.A Y.W.CJL Boy Rev J. S. Johnson, his choirs and
the Home Mission Society of The services I Scouts of America, Girl Scoutsof
morning worship
rally will be sponsored by Choir Church April 27, at 3 p.m. inJie BETHEL AME CHURCH congregation of St. istpr.en.AME
New! Hope Baptist Church will be 11:15 and and The Jackson.
the
begin at a.m. ser- America
11 of St. Matthew Baptist Church auditorium ef the church. Church at the church April 23.
held in the home of Mrs. L. A. mon will be v delivered by the SETS SPRING EVENT vile Urban League. This pro-
25 at 8 at the church. will
April p.m. Featured on the program
Williams, April 20 at 4:30 p.m. I Rev. E. D. Ross, pastor of Mt. gram has endorsement and the
Choir 2 will be guest choir. be New\ Stanton High School'Glee
Regular service was conducted Zion A-M.E. Church, Mandarin. MONTICELLO Miss Francis support of each of the above
Sunday throughout the day and The soloists for the occasion are: Free dinners will be served on Cmb. Hayward will be presented in a named clubs. SILVER LEAF CLUB
James Bailey Jlrs. Ollie Williams The affair is being sponsoredin
Rev. W. S. THurdox delivered the the church lawn after the morn- Spring Musical Sunday by the I It is the feeling of the Inter- PLANS ANNIVERSARY
and Mrs. Gussie Paige. the interest of sending delegates
sermon. ing service. Junior Choir of Bethel' AME Club Council that in order for ,
i Mrs. Li If. Harris will serve'. to the National Baptist
At 3 p.m. the Rev. Alfred D. Church at 8 p.m. in the audi- its efforts to succeed it must The Silver Leaf Women's Club
the mistress of ceremonies. in June.
School Congress
Sunday
FLAT* RECITAL FOR MENS
have the of the entire
the church. support
Jt.urls.: pastor of Mt Zion A3CE. torium of anniver-
District Good An invitation has been extendedto win observe its eighth
1 will
DAY CELEBROTION a need
sponsor With the
his Community. great
Church in South Jacksonville Members of the faculty of How.
A recital will be presented ,In Neighbors Tea from 4 to 6 pjnrf, (choirs ushers, and congregationwill all musical groups. to attend ard Academy the Amaryllis for community participation, the sary April 24, in the Brooks

the Grant Memorial AME Church Sunday at the parsonage render service. A special the affair. Garden Circle the Cavelliers and group feels justified in calling on Prayer House 1135 Tyler Street

April 27, after the evening serve District 7 will obstrve its seventh feature of the afternoon program this Cavellettes Clubs have been citizens for supportAs at 8 o'clock.A i

ice.The anniversary. April 27, with will be renditions by the Male very cordial invitation but avery invited to be guests at the af- the program for the Inter- program has been arrangedfor
Ethel Davenport Gospel service conducted by Rev W. M.Daniels Chorus of St. Paul AME Church Club Council unfolds and projects -
extendedto
invitation is .
special occasion.An
Singers will be featured under I of First Baptist. Manda- qf which the Rev. Robert J. each former member of Camp-. fair.Miss Hayward will be presented are developed. Jaxons will tire been extend

the sponsorship of Willie Walker rin.Members Elaine is pastor. Prof. A. N. tell Chapel to come and be at by Eddie Simpkins, principalof be advised through the press. invitation has

for the benefit of the annual of District 6 will present Green is director of the Male home with us on this "Home Howard Academy, and members The officers for the InterClubare ed to various clubs of the city to

Men's Day celebration the NeSisters in an Chorus. Coming" of the Junior Chair will : I* I. Alexander. President attend the event and the club
Day .
An Invitation has been extended after Nsenrfce recital, April 20. hotesses. Frank C._ Cooper. Vice-President,
Fel hosts and
S. attendance
The pastor. Rev. Emory Rev. S. Emory Felder is the serve as with the largest
to the public to attend the af' A Grant Tea will be sponsoredby der officers and members of The has been Invited to T. R. Wilson. Secretary and '-
pastor of Campbell Chapel .M.E. public present will receive a rl'ze.
fair. district 8t April 27. K and U. Barnes Treasurer.
Campbell Chapel extend to all a Church Baldwin Fla. attend the affair. .

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New Stanton Senior High
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi T of hearing the inimitable Dinah Washington and at the same lent their support to the CabDrivers are Miv. Dorothy Burton of Jasper, Mr and :Mrs Harry White. The two young ladies at
Benefit Barn Dance are shown in the sceneabove..
Cola Bottling Company are bottom right are Mr Altamese Reed and Mr* Pearlle :Mae Hane)'.
In the photo, top left are airs Bernice Duhart, Thomas BoUen, Willie C. Simpkins.
proud to salute Johnny Brltt ji Mrs. Jean Costello and. Vaughn Costello The affair, sponsored by the "FLORIDA STAR through the cooperation of the manage,
ef the senior class. lie Is a u of the cab drivers netted
ment: of the Palm Nile Club Ballroom for the benefit striking
member of the band, an T The merry group at top right is composed of Mrs. Juanita. Smith. Snapp,. Earl
honor student and Is affllll. ""j, Thompson, Walter Young Prince Wiggins, standing; :Mrs. Mary E. fflggins. Miss. Lena the union roughly $250. as its share of the sale of each ticket. So enjoyable was the event

ated with the St. Stephens *" Thomas, and Mrs Iris Y. Daniels, reading ,from left to right. that the idea Ls being considered of making the Cab Drivers Barn Dance an annual affair. "
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*********** COLLEGE CHORUS I' NAACP SEEKING TWO :MEN INDICTED OX SAN FRANCISCOGETS
DUVAL HIGH TO MASONS TO LAY I I ASSAULT CHARGES IN.tLACHIJA
PRESENTED IN A I 20,000 MEMBERS [ COUNTY NEGRO JUDGESAN


t RECITAL MONDAYA I OBSERVE OPEN CORNER TAMPA Mrs. Myrtle M Davisof r I; Gainesville The Alachua FRANCISCO-John Wea-

I lev Bussey is to become San
recital will be presented in' STONEI Mimi a retired teacher has County grand jury today return-1
the auditorium of the Masonic been named chairman of the 19- ed indictments Francisco's first Negro judge.
against Ne1 1
F w > Temple April 21 at 8 p.m. fea- I HOUSESUNDAY I AT i I 58 membership campaign of the groea: charging indecent assault. !! Gov. Goodwin Knight said he
iy turing the Gospel Chorus of Ed- Florida State NAACP it was an- I would appoint the 54-year-old attorney

!: ., ward Waters College under the j! nounced last week by the Rev. The grand jury action resultedin I I'I' to the $16,000 a year municipal .

I aTy .direction of E. Spivey. The corner stone laying -at the Leon A, Lowry of Tampa, N. A. reduction of charges against bench for an unexpired

I The program is being sponsoredby Simon Thursday Galley One :,' new chronic disease unit will be A. C. P. state president.He Manuel Neeley originally ch'al'gedIwith i term ending January 1960.
The Duval County Vocational
the Myrtle Lodge 136. held Sunday at 3:30 p.m. with the described :Mrs. Davis as rape of a 3-year-old Negro/ Bussey said he s a Republican
,. -.....,.,. An invitation has been extended High School will hold its Third 1\1015 Worshipful Masonic Order 4 one of the most loved and honored although not politically active.
\ Annual Open House. April 20th girl, and Ishmael Adkins, accused i ii i ii
ELIZABETH PINCKNEY I to music groups to attend the in charge. j women in the state. Mrs. : : He s a graduate of the University
from :i p.m until 5 p.m. Sunday i of raping an 11-year-old.
-tc New Stanton Senior High event. In explaining the new chronic of Calfomia and Harvard
afternoon. ---- -- ------ __ __ ___
I I disease unit Chairman L. I. Alexander H
Law
iC: Elizabeth Is a member of thetc -- ;- Schools.
senior class. She is a member MISS ETTA BROOKSTO The theme for open house is said: "Post war growth'and I I
I' i "ExploringVocational Opportunities -I INGWORM.DANDRUFJSUffERERS Davis is president of the Florida I
an increase:: in has
population
of the Annual Staff and
I WHO'S SIDE ARK WE OX?
-c REVIEW A BOOK in Duval County in Florida automatically increased health i i Federation of Colored Wowiens
cc an honor student. This i OUR SIDE OR GOD'S SIDE!
"'"K cc charming Lass is a A book will be reviewed by and in the Southeast. The pro- problems along with many other : \ Clubs.
young The that during
story once
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HAVC DRY goes -
BRITTLE
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Mrs. Etta L. Brooks, a well gram is the last activity in the social and economic ,
iC I problems. : CCZEMA. l.fN GwOL
member of Second Baptist a.Ot OTHZJt SUOR The membership campaign op- the Civil War a lady said
known librarian of Jacksonville, ccunty-wied Vocational Emphasis "Due to the lack of health facilities SCALP IXJltrATK>N$. PEASULAM WILL AT-
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T Church and plans to become I \ roaD TRAjisrroRT RCLXCF or THE SCAUMQAMOITCHINC. i cued on April 1. It will close on i to President Lincoln, "I hope and
April 20 in the auditorium of Week Program. the fast five years has i ASK TOUR DOCTOR. DHOOCBX
i a Nurse. I CAUTIC1AM OR kARBCR ABOUT PULSULAM... 1 1 I June 15. The goal of the state- pray that God is on our side In
Central AME Church. Displays and exhibits from thf found movements to in.
trying
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'" A During the time a musical tea Day Trade School, Evening Div- cease and promote more health I wide effort is the recruitment of I
'I' 'lady and said. "Madam I hope
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tian Education Board of the Centers will be on display. Someof needs. The efforts of the local'! 4..R- -.Iq"-r -4.- : i' side."

[ church. Invitations have been' the featured attractipns will be community will materialize i< the | -- -- ___ uu_ -
extended to the public to attend' an automobile display which will establishment of the Chronic

the event. consist of a Holmes Wrecker. In Disease Unit at Brewster Hos- I

; r -- ---- -- the Business Department there I pital." I II Save $43.20! Big Family Size

kk will be demonstrations of the I "Although Brewster is under

latest coping machines and off- the auspices of the Women's Division -

ice equipmentDoor : of the Methodist Church,
7PC. Dinette
r prizes will be awarded it is also a project that justifiesthe Set

and they will be articles made support of the entire com-

in the various shops or servicesto munity. At the new and added

JAMES CRAWFORD J ir be rendered by the shops, and health facility, the corner stone 1 Usually $109.95SPECIALLY
all visitors will be carried on a laying will take place." {
New Stanton Senior High T ; PRICED
Tribute is paid to James of -tc guided tour of the building.CONFERENCE Deputy Grand Master Attrus -
,a y r Fleming of the Most Worshipful YT N
the 11th grade class. lie Is h :
a member of the Annul: .V I Masonic Order of Florida is requesting -

Staff an honor student' and w HELDIN an Knight Templars, $666666c
Eastern Stars and Heroines of
TCouncil. ,
member of the Student
a "tc ty s t+ 7
..This young man Is GAINSVILLEThe Jerico to assemble at the hospitalat y N
p'.ra. The entire
2 Masonic
a member of the Baseball T !
team and a member of- C Gainsville district of the family is expected to be present.An .

Second Baptist Church. jfCongratulations The Gainesville districtof the International excellent program has been DOWN
arranged.
Conference -
* 8 Inspirational
was held Mondday in the Refreshments will be served by

.u --.- I Paradise Methodist Church. the Brewster Auxiliary and they $1
i George Montgomery (above) i will be assisted by the Brewster
from The Rev. S. S. Robinson, Jr. I ( WEEKLY
Cola to these three Merit Pepsi stars In Warners "BLACK district superintendent presided i iI |Mothers Club and the BrewsterMen's
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through Tuesday along; with the j ioc I The Included -:- Large Extension Table
& Listen to Pepsi Merit Award a. m. program 'I''I'I
salutation on Pepsi ColaIf first run hit "BACK FROM I j Progress reports by the pastors MAN IS CHARGED -:- 6 Deluxe Side ChairsA

TEEN-TIME-WRHO 1400 !THE DEAD," with Peggie Castle '
.and district
dial stewards. Reports of WITH BREAKINGAND terrific \value but you have to act
10:45 on your to 11:45 -AJkL Saturday and Arthur Franz. Both (I activities of the Woman's Society ENTERINGWillie SPARKLING COLORS fast because of limited supply. Finest

Strand and Roosevelt Theatres j i|i of Christian Service and youth quality features throughout, triple
have announced' outstanding i I I work. -:- Red/Grey -;- Tan/Pine chair
James Drown, "Little chrome plated, heavy padded
films hit to be seen shortly i \ -:- Blue/Grey -:- Lime .
Brother" as he Is commonly slats. Easy Terms.
such as "R.-\ "TREE COUN- -: Red -:- Green
known is the breaking and enter-
TRY" "BROTHERS KARAilA-I
NO TROUBLE SEEN Ing suspect who entered the home

** ZOV PROSECUTION.," ""WITNESS"ST.FOR LOUIS TIlE I ON PENSACOLA'SGOLF of 1162 Mrs.W. 4th Carrie Street Frazier.last Friday.58. of -:- ; :

BLUES," "KING CREOLE" I COURSE Witnesses told police they __
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AND MANY MORE. _
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On May 15-16 the Strand will St. Petersburg Pensacola'scity W. Fourth Street when they .

present a play on stage withlive I' manager Oliver P. Seems, looked down stairs they saw SHOP FRIDAY NIGHT

actors, written produced Jr. said that integrated use of Brown, of Blodgett Homes coming -

and. directed by the Negro author the city's municipal golf courseis out of a window which he 'TIL P: M:

Pepd Cola Robert Earl Sawyer It working out well. had broken out to gain entry. 9

ILdt l Odder, ofJacksonvife Is entitled "SWAPPING Separate locker facilities .have Mrs. Frazier the foster motherof
WIVES" and will give performances been provided for white and Ne; Brown said she believes he

at 2 p. m, 7: pan. and groes. was getting things to sen. She .

10 pjn. If successful, Jaxons The golf course opened to Negroes .told police she will prosecute. -.-

can expect more outstanding after being ordered by the Patrolmen' W. Solomon and L. FREE OUT-OF-TOWN DELIVERYWeek
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ASSOCIATION MEETSIN 9 I .

STUDENTS WINSCHOLARSHIPS PENSACOLAThe LET US BUILD I
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meeting of Florida 2 or 3 BEDROOM I

State Association of Temples, IB CONCRETE BLOCK I $ LOANS $

POEW, affiliated with Cuba and HOUSEWe
y.
{ $%,000 $3,000
; : th the West Indies convened in Pens.J.col.:1 will take a lot or your $1,000
Wilson
Winners of the Woodrow 4, : from April 1116. house in trade. $",,000 up to $; ,OOO
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valued at
Fellowships, $2,700.- "
rr LET US COMPLETE YOUR I Payable $1.00 per mo. per nun-

000 each were announced recently! HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
with 6,000 applica- I
Competing SAINT AUGUSTINE
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STARTED CASH a Let us help you to complete
tions from colleges throughout
Clarke of I SCHOOL PRESENTED WILL BE PAID FOR YOUR your house or refinance 38
the nation Reatha B.
i I In the same place.
years
Moultrie,Georgia, Avon Kirkland' !I SPRING RECITAL LOT- -:- EASY TERMS Call -

of Jacksonville, Florida, students I! -.--
FLA. SUN-SASH
at Clark College, Ronald Baileyof ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.-The
J. P YOUNG
Fort Pierce Florida and Ethel I Florida School for the Deaf and CONST. CO. I ,

Edmonds of Tampa, Florida, students Blind presented their choral group )Ir. Simmons or Mr. Walsh

at Florida A&M Collegewon in their annual Spring Recital COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS Main and Monroe
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the awards after 6 ,a 212 Masonic
recommen- V J'-7.0'0.I '>6-"<""' .,a lA"f E 1f': .drM:7rS; last Thursday, April 17. Temple Bldg.
dation from their teachers, i of 7 W. 21st St.-Just off Slain Phone EL 5-8014
per- After speaking to a group of church people in San Francisco, aide to President Eisenhower Rev. Dallas Graham pastor

sonal interviews with regional Frederick Morrow, stopped to talk with t ie Rev. A. G. Foster, Jte,". Randolph, and veteran Mt.\ Aararat Baptist Church of EL 5-9777 EL 6-8219 I EL 6-SS91

selection committees and exami- Republican leader W. A. Dixon about the electoral chances of Richard Nixon for president of Jacksonville and the Mt. Ararat

nation of their academic recordsby the United States. Quintet were special guest on the -. --- -

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The. Woodrow Wilson Fellow- .
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ships ence awards are the for second Clark major Studentsthis sci- CLUB INSTALLS AGUES BLASTSHAW I WILSON & SON I


year. Robert Montgomery of Quality Shoe Service

Rome, Georgia also a student at NEW OFFICERSInstallation TO WRAP IILWIIrI .
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Clark College won a grant from ,

the Radio Corporation of Americafor DYEING AND REFINISHING

the second time. UP SECOND WIN # 4? 1a ORTHOPEDIC WORK _
DuvalCounty
The Woodrow Wilson Fellow- of The z INVISIBLE SOLES
County Council of Home Demonstration -
ships are made possible by the .
Ford Foundation which Clubs officers took -:
granted I GREENSBORO N. C. -The A
place in the home of Mrs. Annie 2935 Avenue telephone 4.7025
million the last Myrtle ELgin
$24.5 to program & T College Aggies blasted Shaw :

year. I Burnett.In University 14.10, behind a 16-hit Kenneth S. Wilson, Mgr. .
the traditional! home demonstration -
barrage to annex their second of

INTEGRATION OUSTS candlelighting ceremonyMrs. the young baseball season in the
I'I Ethel M. Powell installed the
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300 NEGRO TEACHERS I annual Easter Monday game at N'qALPHADELTA

DALLAS Integration of Ok-i new officers and recognized the Memorial Staduium. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

Ictioma schools as cost 300 Negro i retiring officers. Only a handful of patrons were
Mrs. R. L. Jones of the Long
teachers their jobs, a. social left in the chilly park when the

scientist said today. Branch Club gave the message of Aggies busted the see-saw battle CONFEREES Officers of Alpha Kappa LOW PRICES

"The integration of Negro students re-dedication. She emphasized in wide open with a six-run outburstin Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta sororities meet to plan a joint _
her talk of The HomemakersCreed
as not posed a difficult the bottom of the seventh public meeting and a joint fashion show luncheon during their

problem but the integration of honesty with self, order-, frame. The big blow in that national conventions being held simultaneously In Washington D.C. DRUG STORE HEEDS
liness in the home, mindful of
Negro teachers is proving more i
stanza was a screaming drive this August. From left-Mrs. Hattie Young Delta Sigma Theta;

difficult. Dr. Virgil F. Dougherty shortcomings, earnestness in faith, over the right center wall by airs. Eunice Matthews chairman, Alpha Kappa Alpha convention On Your
Oklahoma told mentally alert to new ideas, active
City University Paul Swann with Marvin Chalmers committee; Mrs. Ethel Oliver, chairman Delta Sigma Theta convention Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
the Southwestern Social Science in the community kindnessto
who collected four-hits for hostess committee; Mrs. Arnetta Wallace, supreme baslleus.
Assn.'s annual convention our fellowman, eagerness to WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
the afternoon and Charles Alex- Alpha Kappa Alpha; Mrs. Dorothy P. Harrison, national president,
"Before there learn and reliance to work. N
integration, were
ander on board. Delta Sigma Theta; Miss Naomi Newman, chairman, joint public
1,537 Negro teachers in Oklahoma Retiring officers were presented IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
Roberts
Patricia
committee, Delta Sigma Theta; Mrs.
George Ingram, batting hero mteting
there are approximately gifts of appreciation by the
Marian Valentine
for the Raleigh outfit, had hit a Harris, executive director Delta Sigma Thetas; Mrs. -
1,200 left, Dr. Dougherty, who chairman of the meeting.
committee Alpha
homer to about the same location Coombs chairman joint public meeting
carried out research on integration Dixie Pharmacy
raid.America's. earlier in the fifth with none on. Kappa AlperFRATERNITIES _

---IA COOKING CONTEST After the Aggies had taken an ,
security lies In sound I early first inning 4-0 lead, Shaw PLAN is: April 18, Kappas vs Sigma 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE

education for all Americans. Sup- PRESENTED AT YWCA went ahead by one run each in and Alphas vs Omegas: April 25, PHONES EL S-S597-98

port the United Negro College the fourth, fifth and six inningsbut ACTIVITY APRIL 18 Kappas vs. Omegas and Sigmas We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions

Fund. after that it was all A&T. vs. Alphas; :May 2, Kappas vs
PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE -
A cooking contest will be heldin ,
The visitors came charging backto Alphas and Sigmas vs. Omegas.
the YMCA Building, April 21.
BILLS AT OUR STORE
DIVISION SALESREPRESENTATIVE Foreign foods in four different score two-runs in their half of The Jacksonville Inter-Frater-, Whist and softball will be played -

categories, Meat dishes, bread, the ninth but the lead was out city Sports and Recreation the second half of the league. 4rOw
cf reach. League will began! play Apil 18,
salads, and desstrts will be em- Longineau Parsons. Kappa AlphaFsi
The winning pitcher was Gar- at the Wilder Tennis Court at 5 ; J. A. Batts, Phi Betta Sigma;
phasized.The land Blackwell, who relieved Alpha; and Rudolph Daniels GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more
held in P.M.The
contest is being con-
Frank Hamilton in the fifth. The participating fraternitiesare Omega Psi Phi are the presidents WI...l.sraedt'i
for the
nection with the planning EAU DENNA
loser was James Hinton who replaced : Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi : of the fraternities and u QUID l .
m National YWCA Week obser- -
Clarence Crutchfield alsoin Phi, Alpha Phi. Alpha and Phi Julius Guinyard is the Co- HAIR COLORER
vance. the fifth.TRIBUTE. Beta Sigma. ordinator. Win cwt.gray hair;in 10 to 30 ..lean .. that
C T1 yw would net know it y.r wot ray. It MfcqvU. ,
The league was organized in 19- On* application with tooth brush .e
..... it. N. pock. No ...... 1 a xswob
MAN IS ROBBEDBY 56 with the Kappas winning the ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME f '
PAID TO championship by defeating the YOU SAVE TIME AND MONETI No ono will tn-
poet your hair hat been ded. loavo. h tftand
COMPANIONJerome Omegas. lintro .-no dead col.-M dn.k.tp.b ,. .>
FLORIDA COLLEGEFlorida -i.tt vmforni color if properly applied.
Tennis, checkers, whist, and WILL NOT TURN HAIR REDDISH

Lloyd Speight 26, of I softball are the activities which j Shampooing It will not rub, tea off.bathing It .ta,.._en. permanent several ptontht.wov

1273 Hart Street was attackedand Normal Day will be will be played every Friday jag <.rli9 or traightming irmt, _Ihi.,.take*
......
it ... Yo ton cover _y 9'oy. na how
robbed at 510 Clay Street observed in the First Baptist through :May 23 and all fraternities l 4 ......... or.flow earned. BLACK .l.t. HACK.

by a newly acquired acquaintancewhom will participate on the same All colon 0y pv'
Church, April 27 at 3 p.m. WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP
he met in a bar. day. The activities will be held I R Ye CON pot it on jt where.........CON e e.ed aver.......dye or where
The event is being sponsoredby .powdered--Isov.been......Women and Bon we Eaw Oenna to...._1.'..
Speight told investigating of- at the Wilder Recreation Center
the District Ushers Union of DOCS NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING
ficers that he and a companion the East Florida and Bethany and Wilder Park. 1 Foil direction; ,in each" :E.gGth..4 T.miiih.CAUTION:"Ute at directed

he met recently were walking Baptist Association, in tribute to The first half of the schedule a.*!..labelColon<.; A.'.,.. Prlca: Slack per;'o.bo* $2-50 Brown(pfara; Midrum federal Brown'..).;Cf light Ihi..d Brown eat; Drab now
North on Clay Street, when he mm* MVO far ,.....nf_ Yaar Money Back W Mot Entirely s.ti......
the Florida Normal Industrial Memorial -
----- stopped to get some water at the
College at St. Augustine DIXIE PHARMACYKings
Pasoo Reynolds of West Palm I rear of a house at Clay and Ashley -

Beach has been ntmed sales Streets. Suddenly his walking Florida.A DR. LEE MANDEL Road and Myrtle
program is being planned by
representatives for SeagramsGin companion grabbed him aroundthe

In the South Florida Dili. neck and held a knife to his the program committee and Rev. OPTOMETRIST YOU'LL ENJOY EATING
J. C. Sams will be the speaker
lIon of Miami: Crown Distribu- throat and took his wallet.
for the occasion.
tors. After taking the wallet from Announces The Opening .Of His Offices

Reynolds, who attended Be- his inside pocket, the robber ran

thune Cookman College in Daytona North on Clay Street to Beaver Thirty-three independent col. At A -
AT DIXIE'SLUNCH
Beach, was a recreation and disappeared according to the leges will benefit from one giftto

supervisor: for the Palm Beach victim. He told officers Charles the United Negro College Fund NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION

County Parks Dept before goIng Scriven and Clarence Barton the 22 East 54th Street. New York 128-A West Forsyth Street :.: Jacksonville Florida COUNTERAND

to work for Seagrams. wallet contained $233. 22, N. Y.

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Church, Columbus, Ohio, .July 20-25.( Seated left to right are: Rev. L B. Pierce, Dr. D. IL Bradley

Dr. J. W. Eichelberger: and Andrew G. Freenam. Standing, Dr. Rudy Thomas, Rev. D. R. Sillier

Dr. G. Weir Ilartraan, Dr. J. Gates and Rev.. J. Dallas Jenkins who will serve as host-pastor. Kings Road and Myrtle

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I Coaching Clinic Set For June 9-13At_ Florida A&M I IBy


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sity was named co-captain of the
f O Irish basketball team for next MANYTOPCOACHESINVITED
,
year. He was the outstanding '
player on the Irish team for a
4frq i season's record of 245. Hawkins .w.t TO PARTICIPATE IN CUNIC.

q broke his own season scoring f
nark 730 points.ROOSEVELT I By C. Parham Johnson

BROWN, former.ly .
of Morgan State has signedhis Y YAy TALLAHASSEE The annual football and cage Coaching

sixth contract with the New Clinic is scheduled to bt held at Florida A&M University June 9
York Giants, pro football team. through June 13, and is the custom of some of the best knownin
C. Parham Johnson
I: The big 6.3. 240 pounder is one the country to attend the Clinic.
JOE LOUIS. the former heavyweight boxing champion -
cf the ouistancaiig lineman or the Clinic Director Jake Gaither----- -- --

of the world took a poke at Champion Floyd Patterson recently National Football League. He is has announced the coming ofI I The clinic has been going an-

when he said: "The world's boxing commission I regarded as the best offensive : Coaches Tom Nugent of Florida rually for fourteen years and
tackle in the loop by many of coaches from in and out of state
title defenders for the
should refuse to sanction present State, Bob Woodruff of the University -
the have taken of
players. advantage studying
champion Floyd Patterson when he Is not meeting the log- of Florida. Gene Ellenson':
HARRY (Suitcase) SIMPSOA with some of the greatest
ical contenders." During the days of Louis' reign. he fought has made the Yankee front off 4 > of the University of Miami and Fthletic strategists in the nation.

them as they came and he thinks as a champion, Patterson ice forget all about selling him, I It t M YM trainer Sam Lankfcrd of the University Any information concernig the

should do the sameFEATHERWEIGHT v at least for the present. Harry of Miami. Theee men are | June Clinic may be secured by
I
CHAMPION has been pounding the ball dur- included in the top list of con- j L contacting Coach Gaither at
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HOGAN (Kid) BASSEY has an- ed Hank Aaron by one home run. ing spring exhibition games as sultants. Florida A & M.
nounced that he is ready to invade Banks' is currently the highest though he is all set to go. His Woody Hayes, Ohio State's
heavy hitting has attracted wide "Coach of the Year" in 1957 and
ranks if a the Cubs roster
the lightweight paid player on Savery took the "L" out of"slavery.
bout can be arranged with and he has been pounding the ball attention. I coach of the Rose Bowl champions :" Savery Library at Tal-
Champion Joe Brown. The challenge in mid-season form during spring BASEBALL FANS and especially -I heads the list for the out ladega College one of the 33 independent -
to Brown was made by training. In 1955, Banks hit 44 Florida fans were very happy I of state coaches who will take I member colleges of the
five grand indeed to get the good news that I Y.Y part in the five day confab.
George Biddies Basey's manager home runs including United Negro College Fund was
who said Bassey is the greatest slam homers. He joined the Cubs : the operation perrormea< on Hay- Accepting invitations to lecture named for an ex-slave, William
in 1953 after he purchasedfrom wood Sullivan, the Boston Red during the clinic are Frank Howard -
fighting man pound-for-pound in was Savery. Freed at the end of the
i Sox catcher and former head coach of Clemson
Arm the Kansas Monarchs. Heter'ame Univer- ,
the world today. Henry Civil War, he worked as a car-
strong started out as a featherweight a regular from the jump. sity of Florida football star was College, Burton Ingweren, line penter; helped construct the col-
and then went on win II theV.. ouid ann theEA successful. The operation to correct Coach, University of Illinois, lege's first building; became a
three titles. EARL BATTEY, the in and out a ruptured spinal disc was Perry Moss backfield coach, Uni. college trustee. Lang ago Savery
BILLY BRUTON is still the catcher with the Chicago White performed by Dr. James L. ropI versity of Wisconsin; "Ton to" worked to give his children and
big question mark for the Mil- Sox appears to be a cinch to I pen at New England Baptist Hospital Coleman, end coach, Georgia grandchildren a place to go to

waukee Braves. Bruton can still stick with the Sox if he continues in Boston. The Doctor says V P6k : Tech; Nick Kotey head coach school. You can help boys and
be a big factor in the Braves to swing a wicked bat like he has Sullivan may be getting back in I -; !I Coral Gables High School; and girls go to college today. GIVEto
shape in about six to DESIRES A COMEBACK Henry "Hank" Thompson, one Charles Waller
for 1958 should he during spring training.' Manager eight weeks. backfield, Clem- the United Negro College
prove
plans third basemen in business with I
of the surest fielding the who was
The
necessary surgery was a big I Fund. 22 East 54th Street., New
sound again. Rumors once had it Al Lopez has given Battey every
1
blow to the the New York Giants under: Leo "Llppy" Durocher, has expresseda son.Coach
that Billy was headed for the chance possible to make good and Sox. Ray Crowe of Crispus York 22, New York.
desire to return to baseball but not as a n irirmoer of the Giant
Chicago Cubs. In either case Bru he has come through with fly- STAN Attucks High School, Indiana-
The Man Hank
( ) MUSICALwill made up of Monte Irvin, Willie Mays and Thompson
ton would be greatly missed. He ing colors. polis, will be in charge of the Give 24,000 young Americansa
begin the 1958 memberof
in Hank
season fine under the present manager. Billy Rigney. was a
Is a fast man in the field and a IL4NK THOMPSON would like He needs Monte Irvin basketball section The football better chance for a better fu
shape. only two singlesor I the first AU.Tan outfield in a World Series with
at bat. to back into section will be hed June 9.11 and ture. Support the United Negro
dependable man get major league !
one double to break Met Ott'sNational and Willie Mays. As a third baseman Thompson had no peer
THE INDIANAPOLIS CLOWNSwill baseball, but not as a Giant. League record of 5,041 according to his former manager, Durocher. Hank, shown here the basktball section June 1213. College Fund appeal.

get the 1958 season going Hank says he has nothing againstthe total bases. He is just 43 hits a- says Bill Rigney did not like him when they were teammates and
without the services of such fame Giants, but he doesn't want way from the 3000-hit mark he knew that just as soon as he was made manager he (Thompson i
iliar stars as pitchers Raymond any part of Bill Rigney. He says achieved by only seven players in: ) would have to go. Hank says any team will do as long as
Holmes and Mike Franks; out they didn't get along as team- big league history. His average he gets back into major league baseball.REDLEG'S Now Open!
mates under Leo Durocher and he ..
fielder Verdes Drake and infielder last year was .351. Musial's sal- --- -
Georgt Smith and Mitchell knew that just as soon as he became ary is now just a cool $100,000per three tenths seconds going t 0
Bell. They were pushed to higher manager of the Giants, he year. Musial says there are STARIMPRESSES first, the fastest any of them hade .

company with a clear shot at Thompson says Rigney wants to just two hitters to beat to win \er checked a runner going to
the major leagues. (Thompson) would have to go. the league batting title and they fast base. PALMSOF
and do like Leo did BIG Pinson also got a big hand
ERNIE BANKS, the hard hit- say things are Hank Aaron and Willie Mays.
ting short stop of the Chicago them but he just doesn't have JOHN KENNEDY who was from the crowd in that game
Cubs has set his eyes on the Na- what it takes. labeled the Philadephia Phillies' against the White Sox when he
tional League batting champion- THE FIGHTING CAREER of starting shortstop and the first LEAGUE MOGULS thew a runner out front first to JACKSONVILLE;
Carmen Basilio is still in the bal-: third on a spectacular tnrow. The
for Last he trail-
ship 1958. year Negro to don a Phillies uniform (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)
ance. He is not sure what he is has been optioned to Tulsa of the only thing about him is, Tebbetts
going to do he Basilio said CINCINNATI OHIO The said, is that 'he is so fast he
says.
Texas League the Miami Mar..
by Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
Cincinnati Redlegs the entire outfield.
he will probably consider plans tins of the International League. talk of the might cover
Ttoai for retirement, but his decision Baseball team is a young Negro With Visalia he hit 20 home
Manager Kerby Ferrell of the NIGHTLY
will be determined upon the of- Marlins, said Kennedy did a fine player who played in 135 games runs, stole 53 bases, batted .367, DANCING;
LuckyNumbers fers he gets. President James D. job for him, but he needs to be for Visalia of the California League drove 97 runs, and walked 79
Norris of tht IBC is already con where he can play everyday. Ken. in J957 and won the "Most times. He is a )lefthander all the

sidering an attempt to stage a return nedy, a Jacksonville product is Valuable Player Award." way.Pinson
i bout between Robinson and quite a favorite among. home- Vada Pinson, a 5 feet, 11. lch, attended McClyinonds DINAH WASHINGTON
Basilio. > towners and they are hoping that 170 pound outfielder ted the lea- High School in Oakland, Califor-
TOM HAWKINS, the tan basket- he can soon find his place and gue in runs, 165; hits, 209; total nia, the same school another Cin-
Lucky Days, Lucky Colors ball star of Notre Dame Univer- stack bases, 349; doubles, 40; and trip- cinnati great attended; Frank
BY ASTROLOGY les, 20. The 19-year-old player Robinson. While in High School, WITH -
h In Your \Ve.1dyIIOROSCOPE DICK RICHARDSON, British was a sensation throughout the !'he was a pitcher. When he started ,

GUIDE 72-49-14 heavyweight was fined $700 by spring training season. He caughtthe I i his pro baseball career, he EDDIE CHAMBLEEAND
Sad 52.00 for your Horoscope 38430132Watch I the British Boxing Board of Con. eye of every manager, scout I| became a first baseman with
Guide with lucky numbers I trol far butting Cleveland Wil- baseball writer and owner who II Wausau of the Northern League.

lucky days, lucky colors IHams of America in the fourth saw him. play with the Redlegs. It has been rumored around HIS ORCHESTRASAMMY
.Enclose a stamped envelope.0 This Clown] ;i round of their scheduled 10-round- Two main features of the young I the baseball circuit that the Los
er. The Board ordered the money fellow, Manager Birdie Tebbetts Angeles Dodgers are interested DOUGLAS
-0- taken from Richardson's purse. says, is his running and powerful in securing Pinson from the Red. MASTER: OF CEREMONIES I
3 y JL 8 lIe was also severly reprimanded. thrO\ving.arm. In the opening I legs for outfield insurance. It is

5 f Williams is a tan fighter who game of the spring, Pinson beat a long jump from Class C ball
In 7 I'
and Mall to: I
formerly fought out of Tampa out a drag against the Chicago to the majors, but Pinson has _
ZODIAO 5 7 t Florida. White Sox. Four scouts who were,I shown he has what it takes the
SPECIAL I
I SMOOTH SAILING UNTIL WE present timed him at three and scouts have said.
P. O. Box 732Jacksonville 112-03-351 MEET AGAIN.

1, Fix 16-23-89 I Do's And Don'tsWhat Teenage MatineeSUNDAY

Name .... ................_. m"ttmes he's ap .

ADDRESS .................. Sometime he's down A TITLE BOUT 4 TO 7 P. M.
He adds subtractsHe covl Naw>a+cF61 i S .
City. State ...............:.. works It all around :

Birthday................... Coming Attractions FOR BASILIO 4fa POSTIVELY NO ADULTS

month & day 29-441-50
a F ADMISSION . . . 50c
IS DISCUSSED

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CHICAGO Since it has been
rumored that there is a possibility JW Regular Jam Session

I of Sugar Ray Robinson retiring .
from the ring, boxing bigwigs ,
I 0 are contemplating 0 n a / Sunday Night From 9 P. M. Until

match between Carmen Basilio i
title -:- -:-
and Joey Giardello far the ,
that will be vacated should Ray I
Robinson decide to go through I 1
COMING NEXT WEEK !
PlESS >ha.r hair with with his retirement.
Matchmakers and promoters s
lb0IItliLQrsael.a 1'.fr
believe the match would receive c STARTING MONDAY. APRIL 21B.

CUJa f&Luhi. the backing of the boxing com-

missioners. Gene Fullmer, the No. .:.
2 'ranking middleweight would
have to be considered. Fullmer

who watched the title match 1 B. KING
from ringside said he was very ..rR
... ,.., ter tali s .
anxious to meet the winner of

:&:: the Sugar Ray-Basilio match, but AND
he would be satisfied to fight
Giardello to win a title match.
Basilio, :while undergoing recovery HIS. ORCHESTRA

from the eye Injury Buffered .
in the last match with Robinson -
is having nothing to cay VISIT -

about rematch. In the meantime you do has a stronger influence on the child CATO. THE CHEF AT THE PALMS DINING ROOM i
Robinson is mum em'his retire-
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CONTEST VON BY .hard, on a..,new place for his COURT ORDERS
CLUB PRESENTS NEGRO I
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f GILBERT STUDENT I mother.Freddy' EARLY HEARINGFOR

Brown the Buick sale- I

BIG BROADCASTPlans I Miss Blue Revue contest, one APPOINTED) Chips Off The Block an made a 'hurried trip on company HAWKINS

.of the special features of the Sub- business to Miami last

Deb Cotillion being given by the \'.eek. Freddy brought back
Zeta Phi Beta Sororiy, was won COUNSELOR I I TALLAHASSEE The U. S.
for the presentation of .
glowing Jaxons
reports on residing -
the "Big Broadcast" have been ''by Miss Gloria Daise of Gilbert by, "jay jay"I District Court of Appeals at New
in the :
Magic City. To all
completed by the Dad's of New ;High School. I ; Orleans recently ordered that the
the boys he saw Marie Adams
Stanton High School. The pro- Miss Daise winner of the con- The appontment of Willie Ivy _______ and reports she is still in fine I Federal District Court here give

gram will be held in the audi- test and scholarship is one of Hack, a 35-year.old Rivera Beach' came, she saw, and she ABUT TOWS: The voice yon form. Virgil Hawkins, an early trial
I most outstandig studets of Gil-
torium of the school Monday, conqured. These terms can be
man as assistant juvenile court hear when you call BrewsUr llos. reviewing his attempts to enter
April 21 at 8 p. m. bert High. applied to the story of "Dinah pital is that of "Tee"' Jewell Terry, former waitress
The Cotilion terminated counselor to work with the j lackey,
The local schools are contributing I Friday ; the University of Florida Law
-
Comes To Town. Miss D, as the the Pep<< -.i-Teen Girl. Tee makes. at: the Tropi anna is recoveringand
of the April 19 jit the Duval Countyi county's Negro children was an-
some performers j
School.
jazz buffs call her is in real i her vocal debut Monday night at expects to be in the swingof
many of whom have been pre i Armory where the particpants in nounced Monday, April 14.
swinging form. One would hardly "
the "Big Broadcast, sponsored things soon. The Montery hasa
the Junior Cotilion were presentled. Virgil Hawkins a Daytona
[
sented the Teen
on Pepsi.cola
Born Waynesboro, Ga., Mack guess from her show that << new Board of Directors andis
Bhow.; Beach who has tried for
NewStanton. Negro
i I served in the Army from 1943 she is betroubled Jay the same offering advantages to its

A variety of entertainment will j I I to 1945. He did undergraduatework type of things she sings of. Yep, We see where at long l last the members under the new set-up. the past nine years to enter the

be presented on the program,'I i Miss Miriam Sarjeant, tap dan- at Tennessee State Univer- the lady has a whole heap of man I( wheels have decided to ave Mon- Ethel Cook did her bit for the Florida Law School, claims that \
featuring The Five Knights, The of the Greta trouble. Fans of the group noticed jcrlef: Rd and Davis Street. Work church last week. Her presence
cer, and the dancers 1950 because of the delay he is suffering -
Nashville, is
Master Rainbows, The Blendetts, |: sity, a graduateof
the absence of her husband, made
Gertie dance school. crews have started laying as- me and several others buy
a piano duet featuring Dorothy. Savannah State University, band leader Eddie Chamblee, and irreparable damages.
Emceeing the program will be I i phalt. Maybe our cars will not many fish sandwiches.
Borrough and Kutura Bevel, The and did asked of Miss Dinah emoted j I The Court of Appeals stated
I Johnny Shaw, popular local disc Savannah, Georgia graduat him I rattle so.Passed.
Stantioners Band The Revelons, J'jockey, and adding highlights to work at Florida A & M University in her best blues fashion of how Twenty years ago we trembledat I that District Judge Dozier De-
The Bongo Dancers, The Calypso !much she had done and how he "Cocoa Nut" makinghis the mention of the two letters I
the Big Broadcast will be the appearance in education. He was also Vane erred in denying Hawkins
Singers The Jokers, The Five done her wrong and a flew to Chi- rounds the other night. Few T B. Nowadays we take I I

Stars, The Esrosawitani, The and Mrs..of Theresa Miss Yvonne Mackey.Daniels principle of a unior high school I cago. Reminas one of "Little Jim- folk know Special Officer John- tuberculosis in stride. :Medical I|i a temporary injunction against

Fabilars and The Bobby Xoxens. Proceeds from the program will with enrollment of 400 students my Rushing" sing "Coin' to son by his real name. He is one' science has whipped the former I! the State Board of Control which

Individual appearances include help aide the fund for a side walkon from 1950 to 1953. I: Chicago, Sorry I Can't Take you." of the few licensed Negro detecti.es !white scrouge. It took much work would have had the effect of ad-
those of James Tayson, Barotone, without agencies and many dollars. Today the
The Chamblee band even him
the 13th Street side of the Ma.ckin join Counselor Alton I mitting immediately.
the velvet sax of the leaderis word "cancer" chills the heart as I
-- school. :Murray's staff on May 1, after of the best aggregationsto Everybody knows Jerome Sin- "TB" once did. Cancer can be Defending the Board of Con-

serving two years with the State one grace the Palms bandstand. gietary but few know his little,licked. Your help is needed. Take I trol, Assistant Attorney General

Contribute Generously Department of Public Welfare. He They are a young clean-cut, pro- brother Pete. Pete is head man the slogan of the American Cancer I Ralph Odom has asked Judge De-
HELP WANTED! at the Shady Oaks. We telling
i keep -
ii i To The was chosen from a field of five cess-less group which READSand folk that they should try theft ,, Society and fight cancer witha !Vane to give the state additional -
I from the book. The check and a check-up. If the
URBAN LEAGUE applicants to replace Miss Mayme plays >od at the Oaks. It is tops. For mothers missed time to answer Hawkin's act-
and you when they
MALE FEMALE band features a trombone a
or I Frederick who resigned recentlyto my money the fried crab they sell ion. Odom's
II baritone sax. Some say that the ; arched the other night, call Dr. j Arguments on pe-
MAKE I devote her time to the Negro band lacks the drive the leader ) i is town.one of the tastiest items in J. I. E. Scott or any other official tition for additional time will be

REFRIGERATORSSERVICED Children's Home. supplied but you can't have ev- [ of the Eugene Butler heard April 22.
erything. Oh'yes, the music E. J. "Lordy" Norman is abuild- ter of the American Chap-I

$16800A AND colitfnn of a national weekly I ing. Lordy is taking lessons in ;, ciety. The dred disease is no respecter Judge DeVane said he will set

REPAIREDCALLP0.4.0127 .While shopping down town come plugged" recent ablum by the construction management from of persons, pitch in and ,the case for trial soon after June

in and browse at the Surplus Chamblee band. Isadore Singleton and is aworking do your part with a check now. 15.

WEEK! Furniture Center, 24 East Bay On the crooner topic, Jackson- i- --- .

Street. (Next door to Army and ville's own Billy Daniels flew in I

Navy Store) F. N. B. Charge. town for a hot minute to spend '

-:- I' IF YOU Plan, no cash down required some time with the home folk NEW 1958 MODELS !

and to visit his family. Billy's.,

Prepairing Envelopes I sisters, Hatti and Gwen were i ii
WANT OUT OF DEBT.Let I '
Our instructions tell how i APARTMENT FOR RENT :I among those who dug the wail

Enclose Stamped envelope UNFURNISHED Upper 4-/I ing of Dinah at the Palms the ,

room apartment. Half bath. 9.00 I I ether night.
WriteEWELL I 2).eft
week. 1551 West 33rd Street. aw.f Remov-A-Top
I II II I i Among the "first nighters we I I

FARLEYBox I I I! saw were Mr. and Mrs Isiah I II.

\Vhite, Ralph Stewart and party,
I BUDGETCOUNSELLORS I. '
71 I FOR YOUR j The Cassius Joneses, Eunice I Gas Range
Hlghsplint Kentucky i Coker, Beatrice Washington Wil- 1
DRIVER'S !
LICENSESI I; Hams and Gilbert Porter, ext>Cu. $1000

ADVISE YOU Or Learning To Drive : tive-secretary of the State Teach.


STARTS AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL I ers group. ;:: 'vi
RITZ The Djevjl} has a new den. Johnny I
1134 West 6th Street $O50 PER
230 W. Forsyth StreetPII01"E
SUNDAY Shaw, "The Devil's Son-In-I
-__' 4-_ I Iu ELgin 4.0639 I I LIFETIME MONTH
Law islocated in the 800 Block b .
I : ELGIN S-6145 II ; GUARANTEED
GEORGE L PERPENA, Dir. CM Davis Street. The sign on the HANDI-SERV OVEN
: I I window proclaims to all that the SHELF
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really Devil lives there. ..

the Ii r :'I Folk are shocked to hear of the 2 GIANT,

| sudden death of Thomenia Wooten fjj'Q.1 2 REGULAR

best I | Randolph. The popular young i ." BURNERS
VALUABLE
I I FREE' VALUABLEPRIZES I matron died Thursday morning in :

beoause ; :{ii. I PRIZES a local hospital. She is survived I

; j by hubby Emmett Randolph. AUTOMATIC REMOVABLE

it's fir.. TOP BURNER DRIP \
;' I An era ended in Jacksonville'
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LIGHTING 1JJ'1 )D TRAYS

real1:7 f+ r: ""I DRAWING TO BE HELD SATURDAY right entertainment with the history passing Tuesday of Joe I Ii : :' \ !Iw @ I
APRIL 19. AT 3 P. M. 1111' -
the j Higdon. Joe and the Hollywood i iI .I! _
> Music Store were Ashley Street i ii .. '
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i landmarks.No matter what part ; : : :
West!
t 1ST PRIZE ...... $20.00 4TH PRIZE ., $ 5.00 | of the country you visited, if I II iiriif!!;!;;!! !;!:! FULL

theres were show people present, ACID .....................
.is .itawMeAPitrsts I 2ND PRIZE ... ..... $10.00 NEXT 10 PRIZES. S 1.00 I RESISTANT :t\? SIZE
'1'1'I they invariably asked -you "Do' I ?

/"" :> 3RD PRIZE :. ..... $ 5.00 Prizes In Free Dry Cleaning |you: know Joe Higdon?" The big PORCELAIN :i::>!!)!i, OVEN

I and the small all knew Joe.vhether. 'I' ENAMEL .:.................
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]} a ECK CUT RATE CLEANERS jazz presentation concert,, the gospel Hollywood singing was or'I I ,..;: 1

I headquarters. In the old days, ---- REMOVABLE

i the Hollywood served as a sort NON-TILT
GLEN FORD I; of clearing house for all information TWINSTORAGE '" '!
3 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS .. RACKS
about people. Since Joe has COMPARTMENTS .. :
JACK LEMMON
: been ill, we've come to realize :
w (1) 965 Broad Street (Between State & Dewrop) (2) 807 that it was not the place but j
ANNA KASHFI BRIAN DONLEWTECHNICOLOR. A
I Main Street 13)) 3633 Moncrief Road (At 27th Street). rather it was Joe Higdon who'
v made the corner of Broad and I I

Ashley what it was. In eulogizing -I PORCELAIN : -- --- -

the late W. C. Handy, Adam : BASE ___o ,
Clayton Powell told the angel o 41) o f Fly. 4
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1st
JAXQTD A M iMIDNITE PREMIERE /
I UMPHJ Gabriel to move over, we can say I' y Q3M | 'j1
SHOWING W --
TONITEI! ,7 0
that Joe is happily arrangingthe
ALSO 7 BIG DAYSI I SUN.-SAT. APRIL 20-26 I big dates for the Heavenly : ') Q ;

Orchestra to play The session is !
i j complete. !
$ CHEF'SDELIGHT
". .much: :more ;. I;. "This picture l I RemovATopMost
I Followers of the cinema have
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than American Miss I
; displays a busy week ahead. The Strandis sensational kitchen idea

audiences are Bardot to the bringing the French sizzler, ,m years.The sturdy range top
"And God hits easily. Can be removedand
Bardot in
Bridgett
used to seeing full limit of the Created "omen." The movie Is ; set aside or can be

of what 23- law if not.a few and propped up In place. Porce-
strictly adult movie fare FULL lain enameled Burner Box.

year-old girls ,inches beyond!" features Miss Bardot selling sex SIZE GAS RANGE Makes cleaning Burner Box
and little else. At the Ritz, "Cow- as easy as wiping oil just the
J .. are made<<: of!" ) -/miuer.N.T.HcroU-Tn&un* boy" with Glenn Ford is coming. Completely top of an old fashioned range.'

May proclaim this pix as the top No more odors from spill
t1r1tfI: : stalled with in$12995
Magazine overs no more accumu- ,
TECHNICOLORCINEMASCOPE western of all tie. In the near
I 1.5.IJI.I.. -- tank of lation of grease and food.
> future the grapevine tells us that gas

the Strand will show "The St. Only . ,
Louis Blues." Following Bridgettat

the Strand is Liz Taylor in Jill
;- We Do Our Own Financing
"Raintree Country. After that

with comes' Yul."The Bryner Brothers and Karamazov"we hear OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 P. M.'DAVISmu .

.. maybe "Peyton Place" It la ironic

that herorine Lana Turner has

movie daughter trouble and real-
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azicreated, woman." Ute Jnddently daughter, "And:trouble.God Created. : Company:

r NOTE: ADULTENTERTAINMENT J but the devil. invented Woman" is not cut:.. You win seethe
111 ill straight Hick. This is one

jAT REGULAR*PRICES E rieitte Ear dot of the few Southern -towns where Broad SL -:- Phone EL 3-5791

the tnovie has been*presented Snits

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