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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
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:
February 21, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00499

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Florida star and news

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 21, 1959
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00499

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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TAMPA, 14 Freedom through registration and voting In a move, both sudden and unprecedented, the School Board

M V 4 was one of the important discussions held by NAACP delegates ')f Dade County vot'Yi unanimously: this week to admit four Negro

t Jurin, ;* their So'u: ';eastern Conference conducted last week in thisilly pupils to an all-\\bite school Orchard Villa Elementary School

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K X + a located in a suburb of Miami.
3 e ,x3'ti'tx The delegates, representing -----1 .
the --
0 Actually, surprise mo'cputs ---r -- ---- ----"
;ix i Southern states, were in,unanimous : closed its Southeastern Confer into "
Florida'ssomewhat
practice
pil Assignment Law.
:agreement to set up ence. Making a pledge to "!:cckgrc..ltly ,
This'state law
dormant
house-to-house Pupil Assignment was designatedto :
campaigns to increase accelerate desegregation
the number of eligible' in those states which now h av: Law. Its sudden activation give us a fonbtihilunial( safe !

Negro ,voters to three million :1'so-called token integration", the however, could IK a direct: result i i I tiurd against mass, indiscrimi- j t

FOUNDERS' DAY CELEBRATION-"Oar President Speak" was the theme of the by the I960elections.Meantime" I' Jclogates went on to urge Xe- of a relent plea by Governor j I j I rate dlOkFah ileicgregation) ,>insli of added.our public "

Founders' Day Program for the Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter 'of Delta Sigma Theta ( the FLORIDASTAB I '1 "es not to ease off the fiat;! ?..:goy Collins to apply (lie taw I I I
Sorority which was held recently in the home of Soror Pauline W. Smith. has 1 in states which have allowed rather ::-roan; his sick l>ed in Talkhassee. -
announced than for
for wait
plans federal I I
Standing from left are: Sorors. Edna only token integration.Discrimination [i Governor
Adams Eulalia L a n Lois Lclloy Collins
g. Gipson A. H. an independent ,drive to bolster court orders in the spread-rig I j
Thorpe.'Catherlne Jackson Hellie L. Mills Margaret Starkes Willie F. Dennis. Flo- the NAACP campaign to 'swell '' against the, Xegro :..tjgration: fight. i voitxil approval of the Dado
rita James. Mozelle Bruion Helen Stoddard. Edith Stanford.. Jennie R. Cr tendon. tIle Negro'registration in jack-' in housing, boor and indus- I[School decision.POLICE .
Sibyl Butler and tr-. and in hospital The
SaHye Mathis. som:ille. segregation: ; Pupil Assignment Law: re- i ___
Seated from left are: Sorors Lillian Small, Hazel Overstreet Winona C. Alexan- were among the many questions I ':'.;lted f from a 19.>> Supreme
der. Florida Cave. Ruby Humphrey.. Pauline W. Smith Helen Grimes Louvenia Eric O.;Simpson, publisher of 1 I j j discussed: by delegates during Court decision, which states that ;i j
"Solomon. Marian Snlton Florence Di on.. Rolyestine J. Bowman. Margaret Howard the "STAB. who is heading the : th* conference last week. pupils cannot legally IMJ cl.isMcd i
Carole Joyner and Annie R. Jackson. Photo by Avery Studio.' drive issued a call for volunteers 't Focusing on the housing prob- according to race. Florida's: I REPORTSEXHUSBAND
--- -- -- with and without cars to assist tin t ilem. the conference said: Tlie integration of the law exnloitstlie I I
the house campaign to get ,I irankl) increase in population in flexible Supreme Court's:

IN BUTCHER KNIFE STABBING 2 JAXONS 'HELDnN1JntIT Jaxons registered. t his region points up the need decision by giving school boards KNIFED ,
: I for more low-cost housing and9eraa complete control BY EX-WIFE'S LOVER '
In Issuing the call 'foryoluneK } -!I! nd-thtsar!! >b p'si RIvr, to classifyin* }! rTW. r._, '.' .----*" I v4 t
j; : TeptratJtrpilsr'gccrJfdDjg1 fo
)ftairE jrrivft5tthat ;:e-
WNAESTThPOllE) ) MP increase Topen'to ull qualified 4 '"applicantswithout sic cnce and scholastic ability,''as Willie Ricks, 58 of 525 MadL

: $trc rrga we aV, quic1dy"as-'pOssibl lour voting,I' regard to race creed or well as'moral, cultural and ethical son Street told police he was
color. background. cut on back of head and right
s A 25-year-old woman was arrested last Saturday at 988 Wi; as important city election comes Delegates: representing the ear last Friday by his cx-wileb
Ashley Street hy Patrolmen Freddie-Mack Johnnie J. Doe and up on April 21, and the registration Corplinas, Tennessee Georgia, Tire Dade School move is boyfriend.He .
books will be closed
on and attended openly admitted to 1 be
a l lith assault murder in Mississippi Florida i a necessary said he was standing
charged to the butcher
,
knife stabbing of Two Jacksonville businessmenJane March 21. on
; the Conference- which ended i strafe em to head off a the corner of
Amos Carter Jr., 25, of 1318 W. 26th John. M. Brooks of Richmond Ashley and Davis
Sfrn
( colored and one white) ? on Sunday afternoon. I II predicted "direct attack" by the Streets when his ex-wife
and
,S Mattie Fearl Collier, the wo- --- who were charged with bolita Va., led the discussion. Mr.BrooTcs NAACP to not only increase the her boyfriend
came by. lie
I said
man accused of the stabbing. ]Duval Street and East on Duval operations were taken into federal of the is the national director 1 pace of general school integration he told her he wanted to talk _

told police she and Carter had ;, and fell, in (root of -8.9. Lt. B. .custody -lost Monday o tration Associations voter-regis- :JAX BUS FARES in Florida, but to attack with 'her and she said "Okay,"
alf .
been
h together evening and j \ program. the legality of 'token' integration but the }boy friend
they finally) went to a tavern in{I ". Howe and Sgt. E. Hickson bench -warrants on indictmentsby A worker on every block in wherever it occurs. wanted to male objected and
the 400 block on Davis Street. 'happened on flue scene about the the U. S. grand jury. Negro residential areas to constantly and drew an issue of it
: TO .BE REDUCED a switch blade knife.
They got into an argument about I time Carter feU. lie was sent to encourage Negroes toretdstt"T Possibly representative of thc Ricks said he
Carter paying too much atten- Dan Jqyner, 57, operator of was -the obifv-tiv.. nf j NAACP sentiment in the Dade attempted to
Lion to another woman. ]Duval Medical Centerwhere his Red ,,Dans Smoke.Shop, 711 W.| W.C."Patton of Atlanta who a.Si.j 2 School action, G. E. Graves, lo- run but the Iwy-friend cut him
condition} the back
< announced on
was as se Ashley..Street and Edward Troy the field secreary at l large of the FARE REDUCTION SEEN cal attorney for the Association of the head and
She said they left the place 'rious. declared that he right ear He was taken to Duval
Cattor 47, white registration program. AS POLITICAL MOVE; was "satisfied".
of Medical
nnd walked to another juke-joint' The biilclMT knife-was turned operator Token integration was also at-;j CITIZENS LOSE FAITH "But it's' nothing to be jubilant Center for treatment.
in the 500 block on Davis where I t
she left hurt and told him to :>: ;Duval Medical Center by Pa-: v ere released on bond; i i previously) authori/ed 1 a bus fare i Newsom investigated.. .: ...
stay there u&il she returned. I 1 I tro nun Johnny J. Doe. pending trials in U. S. District r : increase last Tuesday night wenti Florida politicians are ex I .
I Court INTEGRATION: J back on its recommendation and tremely 'mixed in their feelings WOMAN IS STABBED
She went 11Ome and got a Patrolmen Freddie Mack, i !over the surprise integration BY AN ASSAILANT

butcher, knife, but when hereJ j I Johnny J J. Doe, Lt. B. W. I Joyncrs, Ixmd, was fixed at ;I passed bring slight an ordinance reductions which"fn will the m move in Dade County: Labeling A woman was picked up at

turned Carter was -gone. She i!I Sgts: E.: Hfckson, F. A. $l,ocJO and Cottar's at $750. The INDADOEEN4S bus fare schedule charged by the School Board's action as"outrageous" Ashley and Davis Streets last
said site went back to the owe.1 __ Tuesdav
place j I and W. C. Barber im'eSti I thc House Shaker and carried to Duval
1 U. Coach Co.
Conm Jacksonville
SH
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in the 400 block and found:CarJ J > tgsioner. Donald Tom Beasley said he is to Medical Center where
ready
ter talking. to a girl She caught:h: Delloff fixed the bonds for,both "A TOKEN"TAMPA The new schedule,token'fare effective vote for a last resort" bill which treated,by Dr. D. Lake she for stab was.
March 1, reduces the
him in the collar, he pushed men., would ,
j I ___ permit schools to close wounds in the back.
loose and the door with from ]9 cents to 18 cents and down
ranout rather than Miss Viola
J integrate. Elizabeth
ITHIEVESROBflX f / Hie indictments charge the the transfer fare from 10 cents Robinson
the accused in hot { Of
pursuit. I similar feelings is Senate 39, 530. Orange Street said
men with the ,, Feb. 13 "Only a to five cent
She caught him across the) conducting busi President: Dewey she
Johnson, who was leaving bar
a at
street and cut him with the ness of accepting wagers without token thing, was the way Rev., The council changed the bus believes that the action of the :and Davis Streets, when Ashley
butcher 'knife. He ran, south tof 1 THEATER payment of the federal l A. Leon.Lowry president of the fare after hearing special council Dade School Board has openly marj known ,to her a wo-
Florida classified' auditor George W. Dandelake as Maxine
watering taxes and with failureto NAACP the : violated the
intent of behind
the
came her
admission four i estimate the reductions will decease peopleof up and stabbed
of
possess wagering stamps. Negro_students Florida." her ,
in the
I
to all-white schools in the coach >1959 upper part of her
EQUIPMENT sin company
CABLE IS USEDONJAXMAN I[ 1 More Uun a year ago agl. i Miajni.; income by approximately $70- the I hate to see them throw in back. S
| of- the State Beverage Depart J Lowry.said: UnlesS the 000., That figure is roughly sponge when "it is not absolutely Investigating officers said.
I inent made routine checks of Negro continues to toward 19thor less than 3 per cent necessary, he added. they tried to locate Maxine, .buteach
I A building at 1000 Florida establishments holding beverage11'ctnses total press and of due $2,709,339.38 totaloperating On the other hand, L. I. Fab- time they failed.

Avenue, formerly occupied by| seized !bolita, tickets and I coIUpUan.witb"of the laws: it will net acceptance i revenue that Dandelake predicted fcinski, chairman of the Gover.nor"s Patrolmen J J. J. Doc and F. D.
'
tho Pix Theatre was broken into'last {'the.l.'bln} : committee on race relations Mack( ; investigated.
equipment in for the in Jy59.Dandel _
mean much to the progress of ornn);any
Tuesday night and a quan-t J bcth places. hailed the School Board'saction eo
.
the state.and the dong ike's audit of,the coach
I country
Charlie A. Warren hit' tit of cqtiipmejit stolen. ] as TWO MEN .
Ir.V'.lS } strengthening "our Pu- ARE'CUT
.I J The raid Clitoris the lines outlined by the U. S. company showed that the firm
head with he on place DURING
in the an object 'i Clinton S.JizelL general manager -!1 made on Aug. 8, 1957 when was he Suprcn.e Court in is 1954 d,:- lost $35261.09 in its over-all ARGUMENT'
cable last Thurs- I : Two
described
as a men pulled knives and
I of the National TheatreEnterprises 1vvas dsion. 1958 operations, largely due to MAN IS BOUND OVER
day as'he stood in a restaurant I present cyner was not present the strike end after the fare inCrease starting cutting each other during
of continued
on" Florida-Avenue. I operators a chain whe nhis place was visited Rev. Lovvry by Bay TO CIRCUIT COURT
an last
I of theares in the colored areasaid by agents Oct. 19, 1957. ing: th:t "ren>arkv by members the company had net income arg rmmt Saturday
on. the
Ho told police he was in the the abandoned theatre was I of die State Legislature concerning of $33I86.3Q{ in the third ON MURDER CHARGE over friend aft ctions of a woman

restaurant- with his back turned entered through a rear door anda [j Si -rount indictment charged the action being taken quarter of 1958; and $78,854.81in with whom they were .
toward the door, when a man large quantity of old model 1 Guitar with ,evading gambling "against: the Constitution of Florida the fourth quarter. keeping:: company.
.whose name he gave; as Blood;i sound and,projection equipment j!: t:: from July 1947 :through} etc." make each intelligent POLITICS AS USUAL TALLAHASSEE ,28yearold Davis Joines.Street Brunson Jr., 2, of 1203
taken j' ne.I958. Agents of the wonder if'these The to cut busfores man charged with the told police he and
, McCoy cane in and picked, aniargument was Internal l citizen men realize surprise move mur-
Prassic
I j jf
with him. !Before ,h e! Jtevenue Service estimated Cat- that they cannot place is being interpreted bye der of his cxmmon-law wife was val Street Wilson Roe, 25, 725 Du-
could turn around Warren said I f f The thieves' took 2-Century tat owes $46,000 in wagering Florida's Constitution above th citizen- as a purely political bound over to circuit! court last were arguing about a
) McCoy hit him on the left side Jprojetoc|I 1 1t heads 2RCA. sound 11 taxes and penalties.Joyners Constitution United Stites.r move. Ore citizen who frequently Monday by a Leon County woman Beaver who works at 003 W "
I t I heads;{ 2.universal bases; 2AshraftUmps' judge Street They were
of.bis.face with.a cable Jeaving' Cencrall, Miami cmirchmen I ly )? out at council meetings calling
a.slight gash over right eye. II 1" (kilowatt); 2-upper 12 indictment contains view the Dade County integration ,applauded the reduction, "Some William Bell, pleaded not on her at the same time and the
magazines, 2.000 feet;; 2-lower counts and charges failure to thLik the !bus argument started finally de
Warren went to Duval Medical move with a. calm hope people new company guilty before Judge James i
magazines, 2.000.e and 1 R C. pay wagering tares and veloping into
Center in a New Deal Cab to* possess feelin gthat it will peacefully go and the coming city elect Gwynn in the fatal shooting of 1 a fight

where: !he was treated. y'Dr. lLake A valued:'sound it,systent$500.Patrolmen The" loss viv' : % 37 a through gambling Tune stamp from Jan. into effect at the slated time, tions are the cause of toni 'smeeting' Miss Elsie Crittendon, 18, at his I other Brunson'and and both Roe cut each
1958. The which home 15. were carried to
and released. __ *- next September. | Jan. Investigating officers Duv.il
Patrolmen J. Seldon and R. A. Jones .end : .S jvemment XX) in taxes claims he ['Owes \VhoIesale integration because He aded! : That why the found a butcher knife ment Medical Center lOt;treat
George investigated. Jefferson investigated. that and penalties of the Dade School Boardaction publics not here tonight. They clutched in his hand. Bell claim
i or Patrolmen
period. is not expected. don't have faith and confidence. ed self defense. T. L Mays and W.
Solomon
1 investigated.
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: NEWS
I By ERIC O. SIMPSON
J .. _
Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SQUEEZE
-Member of Associated Negro Press if ifLdrJf IIr BEING PUT ON NEGROES IN JAX;

Brie O. Simpson .Editor ( PRESSURE BEING PUT ON NEGRO PRESS;

C. Parham Johnson .___._. '__''_'_ __.. ______ _. New* Staff TIMES UNION UNFAIR TO NEGROES

Allamae Richardson _._.., _..______ __..,_.._-. Circulation Dept.

MAIN OFFICE, & PLANT: Each day I see more evidence that Jacksonville and
2823 Moncrief: Road .. EL: 4-6782 EL,4-6783,
Florida Negro themselves are responsible for the continued -
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773 r injustices and various discriminations heaped upon

them.
Mailing Address The main trouble is that ----...
P. O. Box. 561. Jacksonville 1. Florida f
I too many Negroes in these for the public schools system

SUBSCRIPTION RATES parts sit around blaming the Negroes are systematicallykept

One Year. $5.00; Half Year. S3.oo: Three Monlhs. Si.SO white man for all our ills out commercial, trades
and giving him hell for segregating -
Mailed To You Anywhere In The United Slajps. : us and denying us;and civil service jobs ...

Subscription: Pa able in Adyance.: Send Check-or Money Order To: yd of jobs and other rights to which serves to c u r b our

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX 561-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA f which, we are entitled ..... earning power.
.r ---- --- but we do nothing about it ,
ourselves- '. We have seen how the
NOT INTEGRATION "
IGNORANCE tt .
-T-- Another fault !, political squeeze works in

I r ., with u s here,i Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia
BASICALLY THE PROBLEMMaybe .:;,: y }.is that we iIlI'''and I, other states where all

r r- :. not unite in a : sorts of devices are used to
I single effort"" keep the Negro from having
'
V' to accomplish!i the r i g'h t to vote, which
other than a fear of God, and possibly a fear of I'
to'
I
anything or |:might result in him having
'.fVIH
death racial fear is the only other outstanding manifestation 1 t defeat any-'' the balance of .
of this dominating emotion here in the South. But %" % I powerOn
,; thing, no matter -
that is not he question. The critical issue is that a stub- }. .. ,. I ,' ,- how advan-'' the local front where
born racial fear IS what plagues the social anatomy of .wr '..;. -_ '.Atageous or in- the Negro presently has the
this region. Fear of intrusion, mixing, absorbtion, competition ? da .
equality, cooperation, progress-all prefixed by'race', 1 -- : *. Then, too, ';, move to render the Negro
and explained under the obsolete headings of 'traditioand ngggo Y f{ JLuaJthere are a lot:vote in Duval almost ineffective

'heritage' .... Simpson of us who ;. in being engineeredby
Diagnosed as the Negro Problem or the Negro Question, TEAM WORK WILL KEEP AMERICA THE GREATEST COUNTRY IN want the other fellow to do annexation of the county.
:
Southern lawmakers are assured of their political positionsso the job. 'Annexing the county will

long as they continue to legislate racial fear into a THE WORLD John Jones calls the FLORIDA -bring so many white votes
wasteful profusion of laws designed to "keep the Negro in STAR and wants us -, into the city that the Negro
his place." to "blast" that supermarketor '{ vote in the city will count

The 'point of no return' has now been reached in the determination that clothing store for the for nothing. ,
of these legislators and their satellites to close
the schools rather than permit the integration of Negro Your Weekly way its it colored treats help its customersor but' if. there By the is same token that
a concerted effort
The behavior of these demonstrate -
pupils. hysterical people
the day comes when he is to the
keep Negro population
that the South's mind as well as its body is in a l Horoscope Guide asked in to
to join a boycott "in their place" economically -
serious of There is immediate An f
state a trophy. no cure. _
get. over our point, he finds and
politically, there is
I :
immediate remedy however must be found.
-' WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR it inconvenient to shop somewhere also a move to hush the voice
_
I
A sensible and objective analysis or racial fear would I l ___ .. '
else if he asked
:or is of the
-"- Negro ...
be a good beginning-not the continued closing of schoolsor : BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL I press every
to sign he hasa
a petition,
the proposed stoppage of free text books. And the prevailing day pressures are being put
million h
:1 reasons w hedoesn't
: from
y various to
preoccupation with hate could be profitably re ASTROLOGER sources put
PABLO. The
z--i-- By think it would be, the
::: I outspoken Negro newspapers -
with that
the South's adamant
placed a general recognition "
I wise for him to take a stand. out of
stand against social progress could imperil the social ARIES (make a business success of LIBRA I There is no doubt that the f publication.

balance of the entire nation. Born March 21 thru April 19 the situation. j Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 Negro press plays an important To get back to the point, .
No doubt it was felt in the South that the Negro's use- It could have its effect 9-60-66-59--65-966 This is a time for colds 1 role in getting Jacksonville Negroes can

fulness expired with his emancipation. AS a result,various either upon your health or I II I ;t and such minor ailments, remedied when it speaks wrongs out rectify many wrongs themselves .

calculated and often atrocious methods have been tried your mind-and presumably : l'ut treat quite seriously "blasts"* certain unsatisfactory if they will do something -
since the close of the Civil War to render the American some travelling and a heavy CANCER ; whatever should begin, however -I jOr conditions: But the about these wrongs

Negro an extinct racial strain. But it stands as an irrefu- burden of work have muchto Born June 21 thru July 22 light the symptons. The,same Negro press can lose its themselves, instead of just
table fact that from his captive beginning to the present do with the situation. !' There may be wars or ru- situation, at this time, may: effectiveness. the peopleI siUmg: around and giving
socially turbulent times. the Negro has developed into a Business and professional mors of wars i the air, perhaps -f:well refer entirely to a kindof who complained do not support the white man hell. The

functional and organic part of the United States. Indeed, opportunities should be good I affecting your own life. mental, or even social,I the press' campaign. white man is looking out for
his presence in the polygot society of this nation is not but these may force you in-'Try not to be in places where'crisis. Watch your dreamsfor We must have; concerted his own salvation and he is

only a physical fact but an inveterate reality. to working harder than you 1 violence can be expected and{ clues and insight, and above effort. For just as sure as putting up a last ditch fightto
Perhaps the enemies of human dignity will realize these I should understand the gene-i I be exceptionlly careful in:I all do ot break any lawnor there is a plan to freeze the maintain his supremacyeven -

things despite their haste to undermine the magnificentsocial ral condition of your body 1 situations where accidents I act aggressively in a law Negro out economically and though he is wrong in

institution that this nation is gradually becoming. and mind. Try to relax and'often occur--on highways,(court. Be very careful if youI .politically, 'there is a move believing that white supremacy -
to weed out the nonessential -for instance. or if you are I travel. ''to stifle the Negro press in is the answer to his
NEGROES LOYALLY SUBSCRIBEFOR s. I traveling by air. If you are:6-20-77-19-76-626 Jacksonville and Florida. eXl: tence. He does not rea-
SELFCONDEMNATIONSomewhere 530222921532TAURUS married,'trust your partner'sadvice The economic squeeze is lize that we must have coexistence -
and closeto
keep I
very SCORPIO being put on the Negro in internationally' as
immediate
your family, Born Oct: 24 thru :NOT: 24 this; manner. Nobody in well as locally.
within two after mate and children.
years Lincoln's Emancipation your your
:Jacksonville: will lend
Proclamation, the FLORIDA TIMES UNION came into 870996998897LEO It suggests a very dynamic,i' a N e- An example of how the
Born April 20 thru May 20 forceful situation and it gro money for business unless -
; defeats
Negro
being as a newspaper. The year was 1865. That was a I he his own causeis
B e careful 0 f absorbingtoo could under certain conditions -! has solid colateral
significant not because General Lee surrendered seen in the
year; only : relationship
:r;
indeed
the
his; sword and approximately 27,805 Confederate troopsat readily and uncritically : lead to great achievements o. Negro is between Jacksonville Negroes -
Appomattox, thus bringing the costly Civil War to an unfamiliar doctrine or beliefs Born July 23 Thru Aug 23 : This can be the case beiz.g kept out of business. and the Times-Union.

end, but equally important because the 13th Amendmentwas whether along social, Much power could be built i now if you are a reative ar-'':But the. Negro get a let o fcredit. 1 Thousands of Negroes who

adopted .s a constitutional instrument to prohibit cultural or economic lines- up within your nature but',tist, a person of powerfulimagination L' Local firms will fin-;: will tell you that they want
slavery for all times in the United States. Watch closely your finnces, the question is, can it be re i( and particularly!lance clothing radios, lelevi- equal opportunities, and un-
and do not give money to leased-especially, can it be.if you are a musician or a I'stun sets expensive cars and I.discriminatory treatment
Now
is ninety-four years later, the TIMES UNION (as it causes which may well not released smootly? Your mindis person active in the movies j other luxuries at high interest the TU every day in buy then .

for affectionately its called) has to be given dae compliment be sound. In your love life, your salvation. Concen-;i TV or radio and you will' rates that keep us i .week, despite the fact that
into 'clearness of policy.: As a newspaper, it has evolved be considerate and rather trate and work hard, and at I I i have to use its energies posi-!|debt and line their pockets the Times Union degrades
an influential organ in shaping the social and ideological the ,vrth gold::: and when
attitude conservative. Study the law. same tune. be compas tively if you are to achieve you Negroes day. Last
here every
in Jacksonville. It is a 'white' newspa Live according to principlesof i sionate. Big gestures or ruthjlessness ..I success. Avoid gambles, emotional -'nits?: a payment they call week it editorially criticized
It does '
per. not claim to be
anything else: Consequently, would 'you at home, on the Job
not
or
while proven validity. Be gentlend pay, ex I involvement with the NAACP for the plans
boasting of a circulation of one-and-a-half million i at friends house and
in your
subscribers the tolernat. I cept terms of trouble and I ruthless individuals or en I the organization laid in Tam
TU does not hesitate to shout its convic- financial losses. 'nag you to death. You
1-40-33-39-52-142 Do not be terprises which have to buy are for '
pa increasing the
tion the
that j Negro
Southern
Negro is an under-bred, ill-educat- over confident. protection. Earn asked and threatenedwith
vote and
ed. illmanneredinferior, servant-type being. who needs 210111315210VIRGO 3-80-88-79-87-879 solsure of the goods._:rights. pressing for civil
be constantly supervised and controlled. I We arc forced to buy;
The odd twist is that some 75,000 :Negroes in Jackson GEMINI 1 homes at exhorbitant rate'II i t Each day the TU Insults
ville and its surburbs SUBSCRIBE for THE. TIMES UN- Born May 21 thru June 21 SAGITTARIUSBorn l I compared to whites and as:':1,egro womanhood. The edi-

ION; and anxiously await the arrival of the newspapereach The situation which developed -Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21'.soon a payment is missed tors never sec it proper to

day, apparently to see what new mixture of slush last week is now You may have to hold on I I It could be a difficult tbnefor '(I there is a foreclosure notice.apply "Mrs." to a Negro wo
and umbrage is to be flung into their faces. reaching some sort of climax to your faith in God or Destiny -I I your home, your mar on the way. man. The phrase employedin
'What manner of black people could these be? What sort the latter may occur most so as not to be pulled rag your relationship to On the other hand except its news pages is: "the
't f
of thoughts prevail in their minds? and what sort of hope specifically on February 22- apart by tensions likely to II your parents or offspring. If' -- Jones woman" ... It prints
in their hearts? And of what grade is their: courage? In- Be particularly careful in develop. An idealistic or religious in business, your real estate' only the Negro crime in its
deed, there is something quite abnormal about anyone who handling whatever might group of people a- !or agricultural interests maysuffer l'i I AQUARIUS :regular issue that goes into

would wittingly subscribe ,for their own degradation. actully explode-:-whether in round you should give you : from physical happea- Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18.; white homes while the better
Last week, for an instance, the TIMES UNION not only a physical or a psychological deep support and inner I'ings. Political or Alternation-j J I This potentially is a hectic j things i that Negroes are doing

attacked the NAACP for NOT withdrawing from the in-: sense especially if you were strength: You may retain; .si crises may involve yo u.!i week, full of strenuous pIa-, are confined to the "star

tegration fight and for its gallant efforts to generally improve born close to May 25th.Your j j:better your stability if you I Yet you should win, if you netary configurations: yet edition" which goes into Negro -
the status of the Negro here in the South but it parents could be responsible'can teach, or record in writing us/3 cool judgment and trustyour there is also a balance of'' homes only. Thus the

went on to denounce the Association for not tackling such for much of what is your experiences. These' inner voice, refusing to. very constructive aspxts,''white citizens read only

problems as crime rate purchase of cars beyond one's ing. There are also, haPpen-I may well mean a kind of re'accept violence as a necesS3lj -' the power of which you can about the crimes that Negroes -

means to hay, juvenile delinquency, divorce rate, health strong forces birth. policy. tap if you use your mind in1 t[ commit. If this isn't

and moral standards... and you should be able. to 17-50-11-10- -573G I 0-55-89-54-495 ,a deep effort at reaching the I(unfair and discriminatory, I l

If THIS is what the Negro in Jacksonville wants toreadabout highest ideal of "your nature;, don't know what is.
himself if he DAILY CAPRICORN and perhaps an inner{guid; f
; wants reminders that he is r-r YOUR HOROSCOPE READING The colored
.
a no-good, Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 ante.81011141G811 staff which
hymn-singing fs
so1lle gorotLer1ho must not > ibis ooapen. Learn
moie about yomwJl Send 10 t nta (oneIIne edits the
be let loose among a superior and very anxious people- ra coin) for fai b t .')scope ordnwd' by mAIL lacuna sell, This is the most explosive,,i confined"coiorednewapane"is to the i l
fcen: he is subscribing for the week of the mcath. You ; basement '
right newspaper AIi'J.d. stamped core' Write may
'va plainly. XU otter does not aj/pl/ I PISCES of the building ::: yet ministers -
:G .Z1f'Ota %4 experience some troubles in
C. P. the
domlrFn f'f C asada.RASTROLOGER _
and
a long journey which in-I(!Born F b. 19 thru Mch 20. educaors who will

IP-n;: ;;;I;: ". -. .. dudes short drives, and stops,I'1 If you have decided on an I beat want their equal chest treatment that they will '

+ but more likely you will be important move, the con-.
I P. o. S0N 561JACKSONVILLE I', trudge down to the basement
I II confronted by legal problems,\|. sequences will have to be'' to l
1. FLA. f problems with foreigners or|met this week-a rather disturbed carry church notices .
ti I I :with people who claim a'(I and strenuous period.i i and social and civic items,
r which
(tsme .. will be buried in
spiritual religious status of.You aaay have to deal with, back a '
high order. It is page that's pulled out' ,
tdara. I II probably upset parents or aa Irate of the
centered mostly at the intellectual -'marru'I ge partner, and while t}( regular editions.

I h or psychological level your mind seems made up We've got to stop com
017 __ I but it could have reactionson (around February 14th), nevertheless ,I}plaining about -scruniaa- I
your health, or disturb it may vacillate!tion and stillInstitutions suppo 1
I I >>>ate s''BIIt,. a- I your ability to work (und er the arguments" or'I ';[ hat the
:
champion
..
--- ...
--- -- ly. smOOth-I'I
: white
i i. scenes
confronting
1' --. I you. ,; : sup remaeY as theI
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THE FLORIDA STAR "Politics As Usual"By '


NEWS
I ERIC 0. SIMPSON
J ._ _
Pt&liihed by The Florida Star Publishing Co. ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL SQUEEZE

-Member ol Associated Negro Press' BEING PUT ON NEGROES IN JAX;

Eric: O. Simpson ..Editor PRESSURE BEING PUT ON NEGRO PRESS;

C. Parham Johnson ........._..._...._.___..... _____..... ..Mews Staff TIMES UNION UNFAIR TO NEGROES

.AUamae Richardson '.,-.. ...._.____.. _..___ Circulation: Dept.
-
-
MAIN OFFICE & PLANT: Each day I see more evidence that Jacksonville and
U23 Moncrief Road EL 4-5782 E!.,4-6783
Florida Negroes themselves ara responsible for the continued
Downtown branch Office: 423 Broad St. Phone EL 4-3773. t injustices and various discriminations heaped upon

r them.
Mailing Addiesv 3l trouble is that -..
7 ( The main ,
P. O. Box 561. Jacksonville 1. Florida f.
I too many Negroes in these for the public schools system
--- -
-- SUBSCRIPTION RATES parts sit around blaming the' Negroes are systematicallykept

One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00: Three Months. S1.80 white man for all our ills out commercial, trades
and giving him hell for se-
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. 4 gregating us and denying us 1 and civil service jobs ...

Subscription Payable in Adrance.: Send Check-or Money Order To: of jobs and other rights to which serves to c u r b our

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX 561-JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA_ which we are entitled earning power.
but we do nothing about it
ourselves.. We have seen how the
IGNORANCE NOT INTEGRATION
-- -- Another fault political squeeze works in

I t. *\ with us here(Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia
BASICALLY THE PROBLEMMaybe -" ,. is that we will "!'and other states where all
.
*
I 1" not unite in a .sorts of devices are used to
I : ys' t "Single effort ;, keep the Negro from having

: to accomplish! the rig'ht to vote, which
other than a fear of God, and possibly a fear of 4 ) t' '
:anything to
: .. or ,might result in him having
death racial fear is the only other outstanding manifestation -
f .defeat anything -: the balance of .
of this dominating emotion here in the South. But 5- y : no mat- power.I
that is not he question. The critical issue is that a stub- i '."i "ter how adv n-' On the local front where
born racial fear IS what plagues the social anatomy of ) the Negro presently has theI
$ .y tageous or mt -
this region.' Fear of intrusion, mixing, absorbtion, competition r dP : ]urious it IS. to I balance of voting power the

equality, cooperation, progress-all prefixed by 'race', t L:: fL: : "i4 is. Then, too, 'move I to render the Negro
::
and explained under the obsolete headings of 'tradition'and ,450 : : jthere are a lot:vote in Duval almost inef
? ;
'heritage'.. Simpson of us who fective in being engineeredby
Diagnosed as the Negro Problem or the Negro Question, TEAM WORK WILL KEEP AMERICA THE GREATEST COUNTRY i IN i want the other fellow to do annexation of the county.
Southern lawmakers are assured of their political positionsso the job. Annexing the county will

long as they continue to legislate racial fear into a THE WORLD John Jones calls the FLORIDA :bring so many white votes

wasteful profusion of laws designed to "keep the Negro in STAR and wants us ,. into the city that the Negro
his place." to "blast" that supermarketor :'vote in the city will count

The 'point of no return' has now been reached in the determination that clothing store for the| for nothing. ,
of these legislators and their satellites to close
Your Weekly way it treats its customersor : ; By the same token that
the schools rather than permit the integration of Negro '
colored but
its if
help, ;: there is a concerted efforts
pupils. The hysterical behavior of these people demon-
the when he i
day comes the
,,10 keep Negro population
strate that the South's mind as well as its body is in a Horoscope Guide asked to in to
join a boycott ."in their place" economical-
serious state of a trophy. There is no immediate cure. An
get over our point, he finds;1 ly and politically, there is
immediate remedy, however, must be found.A .
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS" FOR it inconvenient to shop some also a move to hush the voice
sensible and racial wouldbe
fear
objective analysis: or -
--- where else .. if he asked
:or is -: of the Negro ...
the continued of schools BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL press every
a good beginning-not closing -
to sign a petition, he hasa 1
or the proposed stoppage of free text books. And the prevailing million day pressures are being put
I reasons why he from various
preoccupation with hate could be profitably replaced ====--= By PABLO. Th* n6TROLQGEt- 'I I doesn't think it would be 1, the outspoken sources Negro to news put
with that the South's ada-
a general recognition '
I wise for him to take a stand.
mant stand against social progress could imperil the social ARIES l l make a business success of LIBRA There is no doubt that the. papers out of publication.

balance of the entire nation. Born March 21 thru April 19 the situation. (Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 2 3 I" Negro press plays an impor- To get back to the point,
No doubt it was felt in the South that the Negro's use- It could have its effect 9-60-66-59-65-966CANCER This is a time for colds i, tant role in getting wrongs Jacksonville Negroes can

fulness expired with his emancipation. AS a result,various either upon your health or I II I and such minor ailments', remedied when it speaks out; rectify many wrongs themselves -

calculated and often atrocious methods have been tried your mind-and presumably but treat quite seriously or "blasts"' certain unsatis- if they will do some-
since the close of the Civil War to render the American some travelling and a heavy :''whatever should begin, however -i factory conditions: But the thing about these wrongs

Negro an extinct racial strain. But it stands as an irrefu- burden of work have much Born June 21 ihru July 22I I light the symptons.The j,same Negro press can lose its| themselves, instead of just

table fact that from his captive beginning to the present tc do wit h'the situation. 'I. There may be wars or rumors situation at this time, may r.l; effectiveness. if the people, sitting around and giving

socially turbulent times. the Negro has developed into a Business and professional of wars i the air, per-:well refer entirely to a kind who complained do not su the white man hell. The

functional and organic part of the United States. Indeed, opportunities should be good,'I Naps affecting your own life. of mental, or even social,,(port the press' campaign. lrwhite man is looking out for

his presence :n the polygot society of this nation is not but these may force you in- Try not to be in places where crisis. Watch your dream::i, We must have concerted his own salvation and he is

only a physical fact but an inveterate reality. to working harder than you'violence can be expected and'for clues and insight, and above effort. For just as sure as| putting up a last ditch fight

Perhaps the enemies of human dignity will realize these I should understand the gene-]I be exceptionlly careful in': all do ot break any law, there is a plan to freeze the, to maintain his supremacyeven -

things despite}? their haste to undermine the magnificentsocial ral condition of your body''situations where accidents I'nor act aggressively in a law,,Negro out economically andl though he is wrong in

institution that this nation is gradually becoming. and mind Try to relax and I often occur-on highways,I:,court. Be very careful if yo l politically, there is a move! believing that white supremacy -

to weed. out the non-essen- for instance. or if you are i travel. j to stifle the Negro in is the answer to his
NEGROES LOYALLY SUBSCRIBEFOR tials.. I traveling by air. If you are, 6-20-77-19-76-626 Jacksonville and Florida.press eXl:>tencc. He does not realize -
5 30() 22 29 21532TAURUS married,'trust your partner'sadvice jl that
SELFCONDEMNATIONSomewhere -- I SCORPIO' T he economic squeeze is we must have con -
and keep close'
I to your immediate very family,I'I'I being put on the! Negro i existence internationally as
Born Oci 24 thru Nov 24 I this manner. Nobody in well as locally.
within two years after Lincoln's Emancipation I your mate and your children.: : :
Proclamation, the FLORIDA TIMES UNION came'into 8-70-99-69-98-597 J It suggests a very dynamic ;i'Jacksonville will lend a Net'gro An example of how the
Born April 20 thru May 20 forceful situation and it money for business un-
The 1865. That ; Negro defeats his
being as a newspaper. year was was a t own cause
I less
significant year; not only because General Lee surrendered B e careful 0 f absorbingtoo 1 could. under certain condi-]1 he has tolid colaleral is seen in the relationship

his sword and approximately 27,805 Confederate troopsat readily and uncritically I LEO !|Jtions' lead to great achievements No. indeed, the Negro is 1 between Jacksonville Negroes -

Appomattox, thus bringing the costly Civil War to an unfamiliar doctrine or be- Born July 23 Thru Aug 23. : This can be the case. being kept out of business.; and the Times-Union.

end, but equally important because the 13th Amendmentwas liefs, whether along social, Much power could be built i I!j', now if you are aTeative artist :'But the Negro set a lei of I Il ; Thousands of Negroes who
cultural or economic lines. up within your nature but' a of j1 l credit. Local firms will fin
adopted cs a constitutional instrument to prohibit I person powerful will tell you that they want
slavery for all times in the United States. Watch closely your finnces, the question is, can it be re-i'i(imagination, and particularly,!ponce' clothing, radios teIevil equal opportunities, and and -
and do not give money to leased-especially, can it be. if you are a musician or a l lIon sets expensive cars another 1 discriminatory
treatment
Now, ninety-four years later, the TIMES UNION (as it I luxuries buy
causes which may well not released smootly? Your mindis person active in the movies, st high Inl the TU
in the '
is day
affectionately called) has to be given dae complimentfor be sound. In salvation. Concen-;;TV {l iciest rates that keep in every
your love life, your i or radio and you will us 1, week, despite the fact that
its 'clearness of policy. As a newspaper, it has evolved be considerate and rather trate and work hard, and at)have to use its energies positively -I debt and line their pockets 1 the Times Union
into an influential in the social and degrades
organ shaping ideological conservative. Study the law. the same time be compas if you are to achieve,wth gold::: and when you Negroes
attitude here in Jacksonville. is a 'white' newspa Live according to principlesof sionate. Big gestures or ru th.I success. Avoid gambles, e-:'miss a payment they call week it every day. Last
per. It does not claim to be anything else: Consequently, :lessness would not motional I you at home, on the job editorially criticized
while proven validity. Be gentlend pay, except -I involvement with L or J the NAACP for the
boasting of a circulation of one-and-a-half million I plans
tolernat. j i in terms of trouble and ruthless individuals or enterprises I at your friends' house and 1 the
subscribers I i. organization laid in Tarn
the TU does not hesitate to shout its conviction
: financial to death.
140333932142GEMINI losses. Do not be which have to buy nag you You are 1 for
that the Southern Negro is an under-bred, ill-educat over confident. protection. I fiarr asked and threatenedwith pa increasing the Negro

ed. illmanneredinferior, servant-type being who needs 2-10-11-13-15-210 3_80- -79- 7879SAGITTARIUS solsure of the goods._:vote rights.and pressing for civil
be constantly supervised and controlled. We are forced to buy

The odd twist is that some 75,000' .Negroes in Jackson 1 homes at exhorbitant rates ii)i Each day the TU insults
ville and its surburbs SUBSCRIBE Born May 21 thru June 21 I ''
for THE. TIMES UNION VIRGO J compared to whites and as'; Negro womanhood. The edi-
; and anxiously await the arrival of the newspapereach The situation which developed Born Aug. 24 thin Sept. 23 Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 ,soon a payment is missed tors never see it proper to

day, apparently to see what new mixture of slush last week is now I You may have to hold on I It could be a difficult time', there is a foreclosure notice apply "Mrs." to a Negro wo

and umbrage is to be flung into their faces reaching some sort of climax to your faith in God or Des-\I for your home, your mar-, on the way. man. The phrase employed

What manner of black people could these be? What sort the latter may occur most tiny so as not to be pulled nag, your relationship toOn, the other hand except in its news pages is: "the

of thoughts prevail in their minds? and what sort of hope :specifically on February apart by tensions likely to your parents or offspring. If -- Jones woman' ... It prints
in their hearts? And of what grade is their: courage? Indeed :B e particularly careful 22.1 develop. An idealistic or re- in business, your real estateor only the Negro crime in its

there is something quite abnormal about anyone who handling whatever might ligious group of people around agricoltural interests maysuffer rj f AQUARIUS ;:regular issue that goes into

would willingly\ subscribe ,for their own degredation. 'actully explode-whether in you should give ,you from physical happen Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18.;; white homes while the better

Last week, for an instance, the TIMES UNION not only I a physical or a psychological II deep support and inner I ings. Political or international !I This potentially is a hectic i)!i things that Negroes are doing

attacked the NAACP for NOT withdrawing from the integration :sense --especially if you were strength: You may retain crises may involve you.I week, full o! strenuous pla-, are confined to the "star

fight and for its gallant efforts to generally improve born' close to May 25th.Your{I r better your stability if you I Yet you should win, if you t netary configurations, yet, edition" wliich goes into Negro -
the status of the Negro here in the South but it ]parents could be responsible'can teach, or record in writing -.uso cool judgment and trust t there is also a balance of!!r homes only. Thus the

went on to denounce the Association for not tackling such ;for? much of what is happen your experiences. These j''your inner voice, refusing to,. very constructive aspects,I''white I citizens read only

problems as crime rate purchase of cars beyond one's j i ng. There are also, however, may well mean a kind of re-'accept violence as a necessary the power of whkh you can about the crimes that Negroes -

means to pay; juvenile delinquency, divorce rate, health :strong forces protecting you, birth. policy. tap if you use your mind n''; commit. If this isn't '
and moral standards... '.and you should be able to 17-50-11-10-13-573 -69-54--195 J a deep effort at reaching the i i unfair and discriminatory, I

If THIS is what the Negro in Jacksonville wants tore 'd highest ideal of your nature,t don't know what is.

about himself; if he wants DAILY reminders that he is GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING CAPRICORNBorn and perhaps an inner: gold The .
a no-good, hymn-singing soIlle g-or-otl.er who t:S't this Dec. 22 ihru Jan. 19 I ance. colored staff which
: must not coop**. Learn nwe about ymntttt., Send 10 t ot (oDe edits the "colored
be let loose among a superior and very anxious people- cue re coin) for each hn bnsotcope ordnrrd by owJL lacfario eel This is the most explosive,8-10-11-14-1G-811 confined news pane"is
then he is for week of the month. to the basement
subscribing the right ti Wrtsrd. You
newspaper stamped mre" may
vu. Write plamgr,1tla cHer doM not alil) [l PISCES of the building ::: yet minis-
:e troubles uv
experience
c. P. t tenta \1 the dotnlrjn ftt Caaa4a. some
a long journey which includes [Born Feb. 19 ihru March 20 ters and edUC.i.01"3. who will

I PABLO FORIDA I m.R'J' short drives and stops,,,1 I If you have decided on an)'want beat their equal chest treatment that they will

but more likely you will be[ important move the ,
a consequences -
I P. O. BOX 561JACKSONVILLE I, confronted by legal problems,I|I will have to be I trudge down to the basement i
1 FLA. problems with or''' met this to carry church notices
foreigners : : week-a rather dis-
I I with people who claim a'turbed I and strenuous period and f which r social and civic it ems.:
"-' t N'ame \ spiritual-religious status of You have willbeburiedisa ,
: may to deal with
I high order. It probably is i upset ,back page that's pulled out
ilddttaa I II parents or an Irate.iof the
I regular editions.
centered mostly at the Intellectual 'marriage partner, and while}

I : 4; cr psychological ,level your mind seems made up r We've got to stop ,

tat? State I [but it could have reactionson (around February 14th), ne-f I P pinS about dJscrimiaascrmiaa com-

your health, or disturb i vertheless it may vacillate'under ,'pon and still -' 1t
I t'' supporting the
fete e t'Blrtk. J i '
i your ability to work smootb- the arguments institutions that sham
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FROM VAGABOND'S DANCE Some of the center top photo from left are: Fred Smith. In the bottom center photo are: (in set) Mrs. Eric Simp-

the Jaxons who were on hand to enjoy the colorful Mrs. Margaret Sutton. G? S. Alexander. Miss Johnetta sea Mr. and Mrs. Joel Ingram. J. Bartley and Mrs.

Valentine Dance the Vagabond Social Club presentedlast Betsch and Mrs. Mary Betsch. ..Jv: Bernice Vance. I
In the third photo from left are: Mrs. Naomi Harris-
week in the Duval County Armory are shown in )} Seen at the table are: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mixon Mr. .
Mrs. Sams Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Sears. J.
Lucye h
and Mrs. Emanuel
the scenes above. Mixon Anthony Kinnon Mrs. Alia-
Gardner (Nip) Sams Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Maultsby.
mesa Bannister. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Satterwhite and
In the top left photo (in set) Mr. and Mrs. Adrian
Shown in the bottom are: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ziegler Walter Ziegler.
Knight and Mrs. Sylvia Bartley; Seated are: Mrs. W. .
Miss Grace Lane Mrs. Dorothy S. Thomas. Harry
W. Schell Mrs. James R. Henderson. Mrs.E. H. Wash- In the right bottom are: Mrs. Bernice Greene. Mrs. I
ington. Miss Thomasina Calhoun. Miss Mary Prime. Dr. "< V. Johnson. Miss Clarkie Boatwright Mrs. Josephine Iris Knox William Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Moran.

E. H. Washington. Dr. W. W. Schell Charles Parson Lucas Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cooper Mrs. Hortense S. Miss Cynthia Clark and William Blaylock.

Dr. Lansing Childs. (standing) Dr. James R. Henderson. Brown.Wedding Photos by Avery Studios
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: Bells i:'Yidt.1..rVit5i9l"JPl'tt J' NY'S Y SPEAKiNG 'I
I SOCIAL vrw A fsA 1W 1AM
Want to look Applications Licensee for Marriage' :I I .fF 1 : .1.t1 ltitltll?+l } 4VLI


222' Club prizes were won by Mrs: Cromartie, Mrs: White
Kennard J, Seeney,

Like a Mode ? 20 Riley Reaney and Ave.Lillie St.,, Chester Yukon B. Payton,,Fla Pa.,:,,37231 age age i I :@ & lqJrLf Hf1 _i@nl and i Valentine Mrs. Brinson Prize., the. latter. *also .the recipient* of the special sz -.


16: | r u. 1 Miss Patricia Stoney, daughter f Mrs. Irene Jenkins of
Bazzelle 1922 S -_ i 1334 Whitner Street, was hostess at a party held in her
Alphonzo :( !! ) l' By ;t... ... home
recently.
the Door to Lovelines. Archer Ave. Chicago, Ill. age: '!- I
Open LOUISE G. GUINYARD
23 and Shirley T. Brown, 735 Among guests were Miss Earlene Toby, Virdin Brown
Persons .attending the Vagabonds' "Valentine Ball' weremagnificently and James Corbett, all students of Edwaters College.IF .
W Church St. 19. i
: age _. __
entertained the I
the key is yours at the Daniel W. Scott, Jr, 1441 by "Royal" gentlemen. .
I Again we saw gorgeous gowns (one appropriately bedecked
East 25th St., 18 and'
age
ACADEMY of CI4RMAND ; Gwendolyn Y. Graham, 610 guests with on miniature the wonderful hearts)time and heard comments from many. j YOU LIKE GOOD LIVING .
Palmetto St., age 18. they were having. .
The dance is annual affair for The
MODELING John At Thomas, 726 W, Club which boasts an the slate Royal Vagabonds i YOU'LL WANT TO BE IN '.
following of officers and mem
Monroe St.
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age and Ru- Ii.:
bership roster: Mr. Preston Peterson Dr. T. M.
president;
dene S. Williams i
1750 W: >
10th St., age 21. '! Christopher vice president; Mr. James Bailey secretary; RIPPLING CREEK HOMESITCS
Mr. Enis Caesar assistant !I
Mr.
/ (. Lisco Odom, 1702 W. 11th'St. secretary; William B. Stewart
treasurer and Mr. Robert
., age 21 and Irma Smith, ; Harvey sergeant at arms;;
I 1719 W, 10th St., age 21. I I Frank A. Jones; William D. Sweet; Dr. J. I. E. Scott; J. A Better Place For Colored
:4'N Curtis Jenkins F. Henry Williams; Releford McGriff; John Graham: C.
1330 W.
31st Only 30 Minutes From Downtown Jacksonville
R. Middlebrooks
; C. A. Canty Phillip Douglas Theodore
St., age 44 and Lillian Brown.; ; ;
Jones Jack Daniels O. Jenkins E. R. Weems James I II
.f f313V.. 5th St., age 43. i ; ; ;
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Genwright: Dr. J. p. Patterson Dr Hunter H. Satter-
"'00' Willie C. Lewis, 1064 W: ; : ; SPECIAL 'SALEi
State St., age 20 and Shirley white: Ulysses Glover; Anthony Kinnon; Dr. L. B: Childs; i

!A. Hartley, 1064 W. State St. ; Emerson Bryan; and George Cash.
age 20. After the dance folk scattered in many directions for J i 2 DAYS ONLY

1 Jesse L. Mincey, 1150 W. ;< breakfast and "after" parties. One such outstanding affair
i 27th St., age 18: i iI was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Jones,I r!'

i I Russell Roberts, 1129 W. 1766 West Sixteenth Street.. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
13th St., age 21 and Betty Enjoying the breakfast were: Mr. P. J. Douglas, Mr. M.
IJ.I 1065 I II I Owens' Mrs. Clifford Taylor, Mrs. Willie Mae Jackson, and
I Byers, W., .11th St., FEBRUARY 21 AND 22
age 20.GOODWILL. I:Mr. A: Turk, all of Macon, Georgia; Dr. and Mrs. L. B.
Childs; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peppers; Mr. nd Mrs. James
A SPECIAL GROUP
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j SEWING Brooks; Mr. and Mrs. John Reeves; Mrs. Ida Walker; Mrs.I

I I j Thaddeus Pinckney; Mrs. Mattie Hayes; Mrs: Daisy Baker; ;
\ !;CLUB GIVES PARTY Miss Bernice Griffin; Mrs. Lois A v e r y Randall; Mrs.I

i j Vanner Warner; Mrs. Charles Warren; :Mrs. Vivian Cope- .L4RGE66FT.X132rT.LOTSFull

I Hostesses for the Goodwill land: and Mr. and Mrs: Anthony Kinnon.

Sewing and Saving Circle in- s s s Insurable
cluded Mrs, Annie Edmonsonand Another grand affair centered around St. Valentine's 00 j jPrice

Mrs, Wlilie M, Lesesene Day was the banquet given by the Venetianettes at The $395 Title
during the annual party inj Lincoln Golf ad Country Club. The membership of this I

the home of Mrs, Beulah Ribbon I club is made up of wives and sweethearts of the Venetians Each
i Men's Club.

CALL Dinner, was served buffet!, During the evening officers for the current year were Special Low Down Payment

style by the hostess and gifts'officially placed into office': Installed were: Mrs: Lois II I
EL 6-7176 -,; were exchanged by membersand Hagns president; Mrs: Lillian Stukes. vice president; Mrs: Special Low Monthly

We are enrolling .. 4!! their guests, i j Dorothy Logan secretary; Mrs. Jennie Epps assistant secretary -s
I
Students Now I Present were. Mr. and Mrs, ; Mrsi' Ruth Gardner corresponding secretary; Mrs. Payments
s sOur \L, Black, D, G, Jones, C, D,'.Alma Cooper financial secretary; Mrs. Mattie L< Sears 1 1
..... treasurer Mrs Harriett Lewis Mrs Eliza Atwater
chaplain
-...... Lesesene, Sam Cherry Mrs ; ; BEAUTIFUL HIGH. DRY GROUND
r- Dorothy Willis, Henry ButlerlJohn t' business manager; Mrs Lee Edna Nicholson, publicity .

courses are designed ie H, Groomes, Mrs, Bessie director : :
develop the hidden beauty in t Oneal Mrs. Louella Refore' Other members of the club include Mrs. Ruth :Myers,. 0HoId Your Ch ice'
; The Lot Of
every girl and woman! Our Mrs, Elizabeth Oneal, Mrs, Mrs' Beulah Harris, Mrs Louise Wash, Mrs: Lula Courtney $50
training will help you io be Lorane Sampson, Mrs.: Laura Mrs: Ruby Lee White, and Miss Thelma Telfair. i Terms To Suit Your Income

a prettier, healthier and more ; Wade, Mrs, Edith Albury, Making up the guest list were: William Lucas. Prince: ..

poised candidate for the Jobs Mrs, Dorothy Drayton, Mrs, Malt Frank Courtney Frank Cooper William Robinson. i _.. -- : --- -40-
and social advantages that require Irene Maybin and Louis John Pickens. G rover Hagana Thomas Myers. Charles
Nicholson Freddie Gardner. Louie Stukes John Wash.:
charm. confidence and ._ Drayton.
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Wheeler Salley Leonard Atwater. IT o r y Eppe. Samuel ALSO ON SALE AT LOW TERMS
good groozninf.
: WhIte. Nathaniel Sean and Willie Harris !I WATERFRONT LOTS PAVED HIGHWAY LOTS

. ----= .. ABOUT PEOPLE .

Mrs. Dorothy 'Dunlap was hostess to a recent meeting
INSTRUCTION IN: _. 'of Les Femmes Charmantes Bridge Club held in her home, Directions To Properly; From Anywhere In Jacksonville

MODELING TRAINING Mrs. Rosa Lee CoMe of 444 1659 College Circle. Take U. S. Route 1 South Along Philip
POSTURE and POISE j. est 18th Street is ill in her'I: This was the club's Installation meeting, and.DeW1y Highway To The Junction Of U. S. Route 1 And

,. SPEECH TRAINING home She is a member of I elected, officers were Installed in an Impressive ceremosy Alt. U. S. Route 1. Keep Going South For Another

SOCIAL GRACES '- First Baptist Church. performed by Mrs. Vera Davis of the A. L* Lewis Branch 1 And 2/10 Miles To GREENLAND ROAD Turn
WARDROBE & STYLING. f :YWCA Right And Go 1/2 Mile To The House Where You

CONTROL Rev. Johnson into office Mrs. Dorothy See The RIPPLING CREEK HOMESITES SIGNS.
FIGURE > J. S. pastor I Officially plced were: Dunlap,
FENCING and BALLETSTYLING : of St. Stephen AME Church president; Mrs Vermal Glover, vice president; Mrs; Margaret .

MASE-UP I and Rev, R. J. Blaine, pastorof C. Day recording secretary; :Mrs. Ernestine Poole,
Its To Own A Place Of Your Own AtRIPPliNG
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Easy
1U..11l St Paul AME Church left corresponding secretary; Mrs. Sophie White, treasurer; ; A ,
the city this! week for Oklahoma Mrs. Dehphine Brinson, parliamentarian' ; levelbCromartte -

Enro\\ ,Now! CALL'EI6.7176ACADE. City, Oklahoma to attend :chaplain; and Mrs. Hortanse J. Brewiagtoa., besineasmnager. CREEK HOMESfmSr
the'sessions of the Bishops 4

"' o 1HUY AWDMOEL4G and Ccumectlonal. Coe.to. Ma fc&ired- Greene. w.s the. offal ... lot 1M
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I. Greater Zion Grove Church Observes Anniversary I IIV


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REV. W. H. LYONS TO SPEAK ar 1 REV. H. L. HEROD --.-, --
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TO SPEAK SUNDAY
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AT EVENING SERVICE SUNDAY t xy 1qd 1 The SEAFOOII CenterCORNER
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Evangelist R. L. Lambert /I
The 2;*th anniversary of the Greater Zion Grove Baptht I and the Gospel Caravan Singing { MYRTLE AVENUE AND SHAD
Church and the 5th annivenry of the Rev. R. B. Brooks, pastor, I I Association will be in
will terminate Februarv-' 22iid. charge of the services at Mt. BONELESS DEPT.
The opening scn'iccon Feb t -- ---- -- -- --- -- -- I I II I Zion AME Church, February n, Select OYSTERS-for Frying Pint $1.15

19 was observed as Youth Night.i CONFERENCE HELD I $ ,22 throughout the day. j CLAW CRAB MEAT ____um_-- ______nUh___ u Lb. 83c (

Young nemlnTs_.who participated -j REV. POSTELL The Rev. R L. Herod will j White DeLuxe CRAB MEAT .. ._______ ._ h Lb. $1.00 '
in the Youth Night BY deliver the main address at / Large Shrimp for frying ____ _____, ______ Lb. 98c l
_included .: Hohcrson service'' q r Yt at.the 11 a.: m. hour of worship. Frozen LOBSTER TAILS, for broiling .._____ Lb. $1.25 ,1

Scott Miss: roy Celcstine Jackson The first quarterly con- At 3 p. m. the Rev. W. I Florida LOBSTER _. ___.__ _--___--______-- Lb. 49c '
Mi\s Shirley Battle. William ferece at Campbell Chapel, l J Long of Jacksonville will <
Kohn Doris Lee Daniel Altart Baldwin was conducted last be the speaker. .| FAMOUS TWENTYNINERSROE

Williams, Miss Irene Jackson. week by the Rev. A. P. POSe I ( MULLET __________ Lb.
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At 8
Zion Grove Trio Joy Radford tell presiding elder of the I Lambert p.will m. tne Evangelist ,b; SHRIMPBOAT WHITING __ __ ._____ Lb. 2 9 C '
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Brenda Hill I Iivllis Kohn Warren West Jacksonville District: present gospel SPANISH MACKEREL .----- ____on Lb.
Kohn Carolyn Radford,The service was designated singing program featuring .: THE "Elusive" SHEEPSHEADLb.. 1
Daniels revival I the Watkins Sisters of
Mrs. Estella Emily I as a "One Service" A
',,hmon and Lonnie Samuels. with Rev. Postell deliveringthe Brunswick Ga. the GospelI ;t
of Jacksonville and the BARGAIN DEPARTMENT
for services. I I I
The devotion service Feb. I sermons bothi
Rev. W. J. Young. '
Services twill Sun- Fresh Vlter CATFISH __ Lb. 49c
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22 during morning worship
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be conducted by Mrs. Odes I day School at 10 a. m-with j}I! The program is being sponsored ROE SHAD __ uu_ Lb. 49: J
<:.' /la kson and Mrs. Elizabeth A. Boyd in charge and Miss -s by the Trustee Board, : Snapper Banks n Lb. 49: ;

.,Smith.\ The Rev. O. Simpson will Brenda Joyce Griswold conducted tne Rev. H. Hooks, pastor of ;I *
deliver! the sermon. the ACE League at 5 J the church. ; I SALT WATER

p. m. p'L: I 2 ___ __ ___._ __ Lb. .29c I
The Rc'V. II. Lyons, pastorof -------- !
New !>ll. Home Baptist: of RevH.. L. Herod.and the l I
ANNUAL DRIVE SET
Folkston, Ga., will be in charge singers of St. John Baptist --
of the *rrvi:_c at 3 p 11. and th ,I Church were presented m a AT CHURCH OF GODA 1 FREE PARICING SID AND REAR

,, Choir No. 1 will MT\C during I! recital sponsored by Mrs. Elthe U L+!4b 1. ,
I f THE SEt\F< J C .N YI. :
service at 0 pm. sie Darby. n annual drive will be

conducted by the Junior Wo :{ Myrtle An. and Ada=m Phon. CL 4-188
; I SPARE TIME INCOME I 1 I men's Mission Society of the *&} fr&&f&s1:5-'*"><-<- A* ., -
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Church of God, February 15 ------
Responsible man or woman selected in this area will '
the
through February 22 in
have opportunity of earning $5.000 a year devoting I United Negro College Fund Receives 2000.00 $$ Gift : auditorium of the church. I AUTHENTIC CUBAN REBEL
spare time to start. About 8 hours a week requiredto Th. United .
Negro College Fund recently received a $2000.00 Dollar Speakers fcfr the week are
refill and collect from our new automatic dispensers r contribution from th* J. STRICKLAND & COMPANY of Memphis Tennessee ; Mrs. Rosa Hill, Lillian Bel- Pennant Souvenir
of quality nut product of 7Q-year company. No Manufacturers of Cosmetics. Photo above shows Jesse J. Lewis
h 1
ton Bessie P Paul
selling or experience necessary. Good possibility of I (left) Public R.lations Counsel for the firm presenting the check to i'I. e p s, Made'In., Cuba -
Dr. L H. Foster President of Tvstegee Institute and Vice President of Green Ollie Brantley, Elizabeth
full time. Must drive car and can start with small t the fund. I i Bryant, Carrie Hebron, 7" X 19/"

cash Investment of $790. to handle inventory. If you rare Th. presentation was made during the Mid-Winter Conference ofLITTLE i I Mrs. Annie Griffin, Emma
sincerely Interested In handling this territory that U.N.C.F.. at Tusteqee. I W lcox. Mazella Gaines and t

Is established by company write fully about ,yourself. __- -- n }i Cecelia Wimberly. I
Include telephone number. District Manager. P. O. I J I I.I. The drive will terminate
I Box 732 Jacksonville L Florida. I
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CHURCH'\NEWS' I Real Estate I

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get I II I


r it\ : .. I I $ LOANS $ I sovia: J2 O3H iNvrnraa NI26th

L. "i PWE; ::;' ROCK-CHURCH I I $1,000 l..OOO Si1tNM' 1 I of JULY

will head the finance com ;,000 01' :., $!:\"Mt I .
J On Your CHOIR GIVES TEA mittee. 'I Payable $1.00 per mq. per nun. ONLY
-- The captain with the high-I dred on unpaid balance at *>'.. I OFFICIAL COLORS
D iU fOBS KEEPS A pretty Hat Tea will be est -ilinount of money over, Let us help you to com.l..v- I ft a IMAGE OF FIDEL CASTRO
-- _. I. ; sponsored by Choir No. 2 of I S PRE PAID
$5(.00 will receive a prize. I your house or refinance 3* t
LIttle Rock Baptist Church I ,
Trade With Your Neighborhood! Drug Store February 22 at 4 p. m. in the ST. PAUL CHURCH I I years In the CallI same place. I I 1 No. Stamps or C.O.D.

basement of the church.Csptains PRESENT MUSICALA Send S1.00 with Every
... WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED appointed for thee I I Pennant Ordered to
J. P. YOUNG
IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS vent are Mrs. Charlese musical extravaganzawill I
Hayes[ Mrs. Ida M. Ford and be preseted' in the St. Mr. Simmons or Mr. W&t+s Limited Quantity r: -- ""i

YTe D'Hvf We AJ,o nil All DnctoiV Prt'JIoeCrtpUUllfiDixie Mrs. Thelma Thompson, who Paul Baptist Church, Baldwin 1 I I Main and Monroe Immediate Delivery |I CUSA ASSOCIATES-

February 26 at 8 p. m: 1 1I I I 212 !M.uwmie Temple Bld&. Cuban Pesos Accepted P. O. Box I4&-Naples Fla. |
f BEAUTY'S TELEVISION 1 The event is under the I I Phone EL 5-8014 EVERYONE SHOULD |

AND sponsorship of Choirs No. 1 II,t EL 643HlEAT Name 1
rncy RADIO SERVICE!:: and 2. HAVE ONE .

i, M r s. Elizabeth. Cameron I I Souvenir of Our Times I .
130; lilXUS UOAI at MYKTLJG A VENT K I Home Calls on all Makes Address I
reporter; Rev. B. W. Williams Conversation Piece '
l'110 1LS EL 5.SS97.8iiPAY
Used Radios from S5.00
Up '
We Finance pastor.. 1, Collectors( Item City____._ ___.____ State --.-
YOUR LIGHT, WATER A\iJ 'I i ELL 816 FLORIDA AVENUE !I I I I BERRIERSICE. Display in Home. on | (

PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE ELGIN 6.8074 !;sT. PAUL CHOIR :i CREAM I Auto. etc. -

II PRESENTS 'RECITALChoirs

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The Man Who Thinks For Himself Knows.. will I I Paul he Baptist presented Church in their, Baldwin initial,I )? ...... OWEN CHIROPRACTICM. "

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recital February 26 at 7:30 i :
p.m ,,
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Some of the soloists for the I I i I,... y '"' -t .
ONLY i occasion are-Miss M. L Bryant, .., 3215 MAIN STREET : 'C- f- ,
M ''ze+ VICEROY HAS Mis; Carrie E. Walker Mrs. I, 0 Itz ft:. .
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Ruth Moody, Mrs. Rosa Lee i ",t..JJ j.;. ARTHRITIS '". ... '- t ,

tkp $ : A THINKING MAN'SFILTER. Loan; Mrs. Lauretta Roy, Mrs. ) t- "i-A ; Arthritis is the most common condition affect- .:.... _:

... O. 1., Brown and Curtis Holden. I f.4 of 40 and over today. / hA
? k t 4vrre. The groups are under the direction A Fir "J Ing and disabling persons ; ,

... ,k A SMOKING MAN'S of Mrs. C. I. Williamsand rt& Arthritis may affect any moveable Joint in the rr
Mrs. R. S. Moody. An invi- DR. OWEN body but it usually begins in the hand. feet. DR. GRE;SON

M TASTE! tation has been extended to all .4 knees shoulders. Or back. The area around joints may become tender red. swollen

music groups to attend the af-j i P with the pain worse in the morning and gradually seeming to leave you after you
w Medical Technologist Clifford fair. ( around. You may feel tired and restless when the pain Is worse. In the early
i to C. Davis is a man who thinks for Hostesses to serve for the oc- move the pain often 'seems to leave completely for a few weeks only to come backworse
> i stages
himself.He knows the difference casio flare: Mrs. Maggie,: B. A later. "
.".'>>." between fact and fancy. ,Mays, dean; Mrs. Flora Gooden, r A Doctor of Chiropractic is trained to find and 'correct the basic cause of your J
Ruth M. Johnson Miss Evelyn become A Chiropractic. examlnaJacksonville -
He trusts his own Judgment.: condition. Time may allow your condition to worse.
Brown Mrs. Gladys Pete Mrs. 9 find If relief can be '
i urged for to yours.
Is you
Men like Mr. Davis usually lion
Sarah Register and others. Florida
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EL 6.0186 !,
Street
22ND and Main
smoke VICEROY. They know for. 54 .
Y a fact that only VICEROY has PEW RALLY SLATED I .... t
t4 athnLni9manIdter -
? a ...a smoking man',taste j AT FIRST NEW ZIONi i I II

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4Y f' X Pew Rally will be sponsored -
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by the Home Mission I
Societ yof First New Zion Baptist .
$ Church, February 22 at ,i ;.

: \ p.m. in the auditorium! of the
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f A program has been arrangedfor ra a

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST CLIFFORD C. DAVIS, i the occasion. ..
Owner-Director of the Riverton Laboratories \. District No. 4 will hold its SHOP AND SAVE
Inc, Newark. New Jersey is shown meeting Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at
here with some of his technical research r. the church and District No. 7 AT YOUR NEARESTDAYLiGHT
equipment. At Riverton Mr. Davis has t-t' will meet in the home of Mr.!
trained hundreds of students as qualifiedliICERO. i and Mrs. C. Clayton, 1504 West
1 medical technologists.He also I I c .' ,.... J 22ad Street at 5 p.m. Hie-calenr STORE .
,t t sive bioanalytical and medical diagnostic ftttf :7tj> & x 'k' rally will,, terminate at the j
research.Mr.Davis'. cigarette...YlCEROY.ClClAJtETTC.. I IKINGSIZE : dose of the rOg1'am- J '

.S is 'liII P., \t Calvary Unit __ ?_ Pg 4_ LOW'PIDCES -: \
EVERY DAY -
A tea will'be_sponsored by 4.
OUR NEW STORE AT -;- :. .
District No. 9 of Mt Calvary BE sum TO VISIT x. .-: I
k ,x \ Familiar pack or crush-proof box ( 21st&MONCRIEFi. ;.3 .. :
Baptist ,Church February 22 _
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.I' .. .t'-ee from 4.to 6 p.m.at the homeof .:.. :, __Plty of Parking_Spac.- :.' If: -;; :. ,
;; Mr. and Mrs. H. HaYe, 5214 : '

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CANDLELIGHT CLUB president presiding during deline Judge vice-president, THE SILVER SLIPPER for the occasion will be Mrs:

ELECTS OFFICERS :the business meeting, followed -'I Mrs. Clara Bell Jones, secre-; SOCIAL SAVING CLUB j;Annie R. Brown prominent

LEARN TO DRIVE -I I with a silver tea. I|treasurer;; Mrs. Dora D.'i HAS Silver ANNIVERSARYThe Social I I young lady about town and
-j( Secure Drivers' LicenseSAFEWAY The club was organized recently -Council and Rudolph Johnson Slipper I l an instructor at the Richard
The Candlelight Saving in the home of Mr. banking committee and Saving Club wip' present an
DRIVING Club met February 20 at 8 Anniversary Tea, Sunday;T: Brown elementary school.
ici' and Mrs. Rudolph Johnsonand Willie Rogers, chaplain:
E SCHOOL p. m. in the home of Mrs. the following officers Other members are: Mrs. February 22 at 4 o'clock in I Mrs: Camille R: Peters will .
600 West Beaver Street Madeline Judge with the the home of Mrs. Lillie Bry- .
were elected: Mrs. Viola Julia Lot son, Mrs. Mary !be guest soloist.LILLY'S
ic Office ELgin 577fti tary; Mrs. Hattie Jackson, Bruce, Mrs. Ara Jane Holmes ant, 3824 Pearce St. Speaker

i Res. ELgin 4-0639 lUOBB TAX RCTIIins; \ .Johnson, president. -;,-Mrs..... Ma.. and McClendon Jackson.
1 i GEORGE PERPENA. Dir DRUG STORE

Form Short $2.fJlJ Form Long ,st.on LADIES! MAKE A DATE NOW f 1907 Kings Road at Spire

** NED JACKSON i rr TO SEE THIS!

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TAX EXPERT I Where ExperiencedPharmacists x
.me attest fila Bh li 9 t'
afro, "
EL 6-3703
133 Clay St. Ph. : Prepare
FIRST SUN> J ,f the Yearl"! C ;
,w. Your Prescription According -
RITZ 9 A. M. 'til 9 P. M.REFRIGERATORS J
IWeedH RUN WED: -N.tW.rU Tl.I SM f 8n a: i to your doctors ,

'#..?$ i- !& .i instructions Using
; Chas. Boyer ...J only the bentqunlityI

VtOUHCE Marline Carol _____"'--:- J .6 ... ..41 ;JJ drugs. '


:( t O/tC J I EXPLODES & FREEZERS Spicy French Technicolor Hit! Ur. 'c. E. Ul.rk PfauniMtatA Dr. W. ]. Graham

USCEA 1St. Showing in Jacksonville
A tip of the P.pl CUf CVCLDQ -:- -:- -:-
these ouUta/u1ft| Serviced By .
to I
Americans .*. I' I Licensed Technician ROO +r.VEL T Adult Entertainment A COMPLETE LINE OF:
youii( : -- i Wed. & Thurs. .
.. make our country .** 1 1 I M. E. DELEMOSCall Only Cosmetics : Rubber Goods : Candles :- SundriesPKKSTRirriONS

oar community a bettw I Plus FOR AND DELIVERED
I PO 4-0127 CoFealure'Blonde Blackmailer" ; CALLED
mace In which to UT i.

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Pepsi High Cola School Dealers and i;I tom'AUGHII-:"JOM BAOUUMtaMVk
Cola DMH I.UiMM M HWJWI !. 1M.rY11N.uA ATTEND THE HOMEMAKERS SERVICE FAIR
Pepsi Bottling Company !.r.owarsrsaKrl_ _
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are proud to salute Gillian I
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Bryant, of the 11th grade 4 !
class. She is a member ot the 4 iI

ep homeroom Squad,, president assistant Editor of her .. :I tVAL $.OTY AR 1'ARY i

of honor the student.school paper and an I I also "COP HATER" :-: : :. ; : -I:

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4 p FEB. 22.28 GET YOUR TICKET AT
BRAND NEW. DRAMA
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N ,L.J. j jtt : By HERE the author TO ETERNITY-of"FROM s 5. DOORS OPEN 6 p.m. FEBRUARY 19-20-21 st #

LARRY PAULINE FRANK 'i .. .
-Ie New Stanton Senior High I SINATRA J '" '. --- ... -- -- -- -'t :: -.- -

3C Lorry is a member of the DEAN I"
if12th grade class. lie is vice MARTINSHIRLEY ..J. ,i
g president of the Stanto-Musi-
Cho. Sports Editor of the MacLAINE
Year Book, Captain of theBasketball M-G-M pres.nts ,
if and A SOL C S1EGEL PRODUCTION
team a mem-
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fc*Society.***. ******* j Cln.m.Scop. WETROCOLOR t; t>:.'. Ef (-c-. ,!I 4


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RUTH \Y1LLIAMS {c ::1 I ...::1 REGULAR

Dtival County Vocational it jI'

Tribute is School paid to Ruth, off -tc I' : McDUFF'S :

the 12th: grade class. She is it pEiiR IfaillLfdiAlO 1 t :1Trt1ErT-1-T L: SPECIAL 1J .
a member of the Student it LEWa .
Council, president of the a1TLiir _
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Business Club and a member iC t ---i_ ;j
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of the National Honor So-.Jc Y EXCH.

ciety. i f 4] DEEP DOOR
66-LB. FROZEN FOOD STORAGE
* UITIll COU2Hn \. x'. SHELVESFULLWIDTH VEGETABLE

Western! ; '; CRISPER CHILD SAFETY DOORM1R19A.f.lt.
from re,
OoagratolAdons
Plus .,..
Cola to theM three Men ...
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BRIGITTE' BABDOT' SEVEN, CONVENIENT. LOCATIONS IN JACKSONVILLE
"La 'Paridenne" TechDLWIth f .

Chas. Boyer 1919 KINGS ROAD 5205 BEACH BLVD. 2068 BLANDING BLVD. COB. MCDUFF I
Plus: -China Doll1 2320-MAIN STREET 6119 AVE. IOU ARLINGTON PLAZA
ar.r. If NORWOOD .. & EDISON AVE.
Victor Mature n. .
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I I :. =The Firm Listed Rptrrw Are Recommended A a*Reputable EstablishmentsSecializin -- --_- _----_ ----_-- ---_- -
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1 AUTO SERVICE CLOTHINGECONOMY FUEL OILS MISCELLANEOUSACE 11
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AUTO PAINTING COMPANY AA BOTTLED GAS --& FUEL CO. SEPTIC--TANK SERVICE
DRUG STORE
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Complete Body Repair & Paint Work We specialize in serving trailer parks Septic Tanks Cleaned & Serviced I :at

-:- Oven Baked Paint Jobs -:- Drugs & Precriptlons .. 'Also 100 Ib. cylinders or bulk tanks 1388 Agnes Street PO 4.1460
Patent Medicines u
Price Start at $4.00
At home for convenience
900 Kings Road at Davis EL 4-4707 your your FLORIDA FEED MILLS I
1532 East Adams Street EL 5-8135 15845 West Duval Road PO 5-3561 If f

A. I. SECOND HAND STORE For Bigger Profits Use X-tra Good 11
A and R TRIM SHOP BYRD & SONS FUEL OIL Dependable Feeds Mixed Fresh Dally

1525 Main Street EL 5-8091 j For--;'Men Better Women Used Clothing and Children- We Deliver Fuel Oil 2762 West Beaver Street EV 8.2608.j.it _

Custom Made Seat CoversA Accurate Meter Delivery t 1
-:- Household Rummage Reasonable -:- FLORIDA RUG CLEANERS
6330 Avenue B PO 49516COOK'S
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2155 Edison Avenue EL 60168ANA.R.
Upholstery Cleaning J LACKLAND'AFB.. Tex -
GARAGE
& W OIL SERVICE Wall-to-Wall Carpets Cleaned in Home '
Graham.
DAVIS DRESSMAKERDrapes i Airman Julian U:
Complete Overhaul and Repair Service- & Prompt Delivery 3620/2 St. Johns Avenue EV 8-1067 i!I son of Mrs. Edith Richards
Slip
Covers
For All Makes and Models of Service
Our 38th Year of 1868 W, 22nd St.. Jacksonville
Terms Can Be Arranged Dress Making 3505 Haines Street EL 3.6796 GENERAL UPHOLSTERY SHOPWe j I Fla has been assigned -
526 Davis Street
EL
710 Ocean Street EL 5-2582 6-8077 ,
Specialize In !
unit of
I! to a Strategic
EASTSIDE HOISERY SHOP E. G. GOLDER COMPANY convertible Tops Door Panels }!'. Air Command at Walker

Auto Body And Fender Repair Attend Our 7th Sale Kerosene Fuel Oils Headliners Furniture Slip Covers 11 1 AFB. N.M.. for duty and
Anniversary. -Over 50 Years Service to Jacksonville- 3227 N. Myrtle Avenue EL
KOONS and KOONS 1D62 Florida Avenue EL 6-0612 481141i4j: training as a woodworker.
2329 EL 3-3643
Boulevard
U04 Laura Street EL 5-9828 GEORGE W. POWELL :'!1 He recently completed his
|. basic
Air Force military
REED TAILORS INDEPENDENT OIL COMPANY Real Estate Mortgage Loans V: training here.

HCXJGABOOK AUTO SERVICE Jacksonville's Onl$ Distributor of 641 West State Street EL 6-9432 Rents\:1\j Airmn Graham, graduated

General Auto Repair Tailor Supplies and Cleaners Supplies 410 Broad Street EL 4.6204' : from Stanton High School
SOUTH OIL COMPANY OF FLA.
"Specializing in Motor Tuneup"Generator. 519 Broad Street EL 4-1735 j;i Airmen assigned directly
'I Starter and Carburetor ServictJ Phillips 66 Products Jones Institute of Physical Culture I to a duty station from basic

H. HOUGABOOK. Prop. P. r MENDEZ Tailor FlUe Fuel Gasoline School Of Barber Beauty & Massage :: training at Lackland will

1361 Kings Road EL 4-3659 Cuban Tailor Trop-Artic Motor Oil Colored Owned and Operated i receive on-the-job trainingI

I Ladies & Gents Suits Made to Order I "It's Performance That Counts" "Earn As You Learn"' ; under highly-qualified specialists -
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,Young's Amoco Service Station Alteration & Repairs 1721 Franklin. Street EL 6.7681 812 Clay Street EL 4-60051 4.1, They are selected

k -Tuneup.and Brake Service- 108 Broad Street EL4-S778 i I for assignments on the basis
FUNERAL HOMES JULIA GEORGE 5 & 10 CENT i!
General Motor Repair & Ignition Service I of their interests and apti

2506 West Beaver St. at McDuff EV 9-9449 BAKER-FUNERAL STORE ;1
FOODS GETER & HOME i tudes.
Courteous Treatment I _____ __ ___
TIRE 'N TUBE --- n
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Open 8:30 to 7 }
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Goodrich Tires Exide Batteries-RecappIng AZAR SAUSAGE ,COMPANY County for over 50 Years 306 Davis Street EL 4-12101'i;|\ FLORIDA A&M
"Use Our Easy Pay Plan" FRESH HOME MADE 767 West Beaver Street EL 4.1812CARTER'S
700 West Adams Street EL 4.1616 SAUSAGE l Mahoney Terminus Termite Control jl I i iI
DAILY FUNERAL HOME
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1161 Kings Road EL 3-6203 646 Flordia Avenue. EL 633089MOM'S 24 Hour Ambulance Service -Complete Termite Control- *, TO OPEN SHOPi
-:- Building Materials -:- ||
Vitalyte Battery Sales & Service Colored Homes Since 1918 li I
KITCHENHome Serving
414 11 Myrtle Avenue EL 4-1768)
Batteries $6.95 & O. C. Jernigan owner S. L. Davis mgr iiI I I
Guaranteed For The Lif of up Your Car cooked meals served' 24 hours- 929 West Beaver Street EL 4-0545-6( Mussallem Rug Cleaning Company 1:I I i TALLAHASSEE- The 91fa
7 days a week 1'annual Florida A & M University -
Free Pickup 1285 Kings Road EL 4-9321 Holmes & West Funeral Home Rug Cleaning SpecialistsOver ,:!1 interscholastic press
3711 Main Street EL 5-2094 44 Years Experience
I STRAND HOT DOG STAND -Ambulance Service 1922 Phoenix Avenue EL 6.7117 J II,workshop has been Charles announced J-
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(Notary Public) i by 'Director
BROAD. STREET BATTERY .SHOP I 641 West Ashley Street EL 4-9303 2719 West Edgewood Avenue PO 5-1641 MYRTLE AVENUE BARGAIN i I Smith II: The workshop will

Batteries I :be held, February 26-28:
Regulators- Generators- Auto Repairs- Starters FLAMINGO RESTAURANT Andrew J. Huff Funeral Home -- HOUSE ::11 1 I In the yearbook division
-:- Specializing 35 Cents Plate -:- !I will be
Delivery Service 24 Hour Ambulance Service Cigars Cigarettes Candy the following subject
1050 Broad Street EL 4.1715 Homemade Pies and Cakes 337 Davis Street EL 4-6896-7 Milk! Bread and. Ice Cream ti I!!! discussed "The First Step-
718 West Ashley: Street EL 69169BUBBA'S 1511 Myrtle Avenue EL 4-9753]1;::How to Plan a Good Year-
FURNITURE "Practical Methods for
book,
ATLANTIC BATTERY SERVICE COFFEE SHOP \ NELLIES PIE SERVICE ': Your Yearbook,"
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Reconditioned BatteriesAll >' Home Cooked Foods AIR BASE FURNITURE COMPANY Fresh Pies Daily i II I I Financing"Staff Organization and Participation -

Price Kinds of Battery Service 617 West Ashley Street EL 4-9701 Complete Home Furnishings Potato Pie Our Specialty-From fresh j!I I ," Manuscript and
and
$5,00 up Potatoes We Deliver ,j I:,Photographic Copy Preparation -
4 &\7-0 Florida Avenue EL 5-4900 TIPLIGHT'S RESTAURANT We Invite Your Credit "
EL
1429 Steele Street 3-0864 ti:i and Procedures, "Spe
5953 Roosevelt Blvd. EV 7-4619
Home Cooked Meals !cial Pages and Cover Preparation -
SEABOARD BODY COMPANY GOOD COFFEE' JOHNS FURNITURE COMPANY QUICK SERVICE MATTRESS CO. 1!;: and Procedures". Im

Auto *g tfhr Repair Auto Painting 2937 Myrtle Avenue EL ..c9329LANE'S Mattress Renovating Our Specialty !\proving Page Layout," "Let-

Body Work 24-hour Wrecker Service Furniture & Appliance One Day Service: 41 I ,tering Demonstration," and
AAA Service Free Estimates CHICKEN SHACK Low Prices Easy Terms 8703 Old Kings Road PO 5-1634:1|l!:"Yearbook Tips. ,
All Work Guaranteed Southern Fried Chicken Bar-B-Oise. 923 Florida-Avenue EL 6-0478 .;!1 Slated for discussion in the

2945 West Beaver Street EV 9-3418 We Cater To Private Parties ROBERTS NEW & USED FURN. Royal Crown Bottling Company j! newspaper section are the
Chicken In the Box To Carry Out 1235 San Marco Blvd. FL 9-4488 I! following subjects; "Organiz.
THIGPEN'S BODY SHOP 1446 N. Myrtle Avenue EL 6-9376: Horn Furnishings Fcv Every Room .ing for Staff Responsibility."
502 Florida Avenue EL 448.0 SKINNER'S FLORIST
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"Baked On Enamel" 'EditorialVriting, e
Wrecks Rebuilt Seaside Fish & Poultry CompanyFresh BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS Flowers For AH Occasions 41 News Story," "Column Writ-

680 East 21st Street EL 3.5080 Fish Dally 1514 N. Myrtle Ave. EL 4-7275y:! ing," "The Sports Story' and
813 West Beaver Street EL 4-2903 BARBERTSHOPHair "The Feature Story.
Mini's Gulf Service Station EBONY SOUTH ATLANTIC SAW SERVICE ,

Complete Car Lubrication GROCERIESABE Cuts Our Specialty All Kinds of Hard Tooth Band Saws jj!'
Ladies Children Gents Blades Sharpened and Sold ]: DUVAL'SClNCE
Open Daily 7 A.M. to 9 P.M ,
2055 West Beaver Street EL 4-9459 MEIDE GROCERY & MEATS Open 9 aum to 8:30 p.m. Sat. 8 til 11 ,1526 Gary Street EX 8-9504]'I'
Staple and Fancy Groceries Fruits 736 West Ashley Street EL 4-9112 I

MEYER'S SERVICE STATIONMotor Vegetables Fresh Meats Daily Les Charmelte Beauty Salon STANDARD FEED STORES } ;TEACHERS SETa
Free Delivery We Your .1
Appreciate Patronage ;
&
Tune-up Repair
Open Dally 7 to 7 Sunday 7 to 11 a.m. Special Attention to Hair & Scalp Treatment W* Deliver
Lubrication Simonlzlng Wax Times- Washlne 1132 Kings Road EL 4-3736 l Hair Cutting and Styling 839 Florida Avenue EL 5-8064!I I.SCIENCE Amt
All
Mechanic on Duty at
1427 Davis Street EL 6-9907 1282 Kings. Road EL 4.2922! [
EL"8-9460
1001 N. Myrtle Ave. ACE FISH MARKET _
Home-EL 4-5376 LA CONGO BEAUTY PARLOR Standard Home Improvement Co. i i
Fresh Seafood In Season : A County-w ide Science
701 Florida Avenue EL 3.7531 Free Scalp Treatment with Hair Style Home Improvements Of All Types ,: '\Fair, j will be sponsored by
the Month of FebruaryMrs. -
During
John J. Coleman's Service Station 3-5-11 Year Financing 11 i,the Duval County Science
Rosa Lee
Speed operator .
2627 West Beaver Street EV 7-4671
March 14
AVENUE B SUPERMARKETFair Teachers Group,
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Magnolia Gardens 811 Davis Street EL 4.9530 1:
2564 Edgewood Avenue PO 51766Bishop's Prices SUSIE SIMMONS CATERERS from I to 5 p. m. at the New
Courteous Service TOBY'S BEAUTY PARLOR Stanton Senior High School,

Service Station "We Deliver Orders Above $3.00" Specializing In Hair Cutting- Distinctive Catering with all activities centered
Gulf 1571 West 7th Street EL 4-2227
around the theme of "Pacing
5673 Avenue B PO 5-1103 Styling Scalp TreatmentMrs. I
Gulf 'Gas & Oil Canaveral.1'
Tabltha Taylor, TAXI"At
prop.
Car Wash CHARLES JOSEPH GROCERY 615 Davis Street EL 4.9812 Exhibits on many scienti
1005 Florida Avenue EL 4-9915 Groceries Meats Fruits Vegetables Your Service"HEW ff tic subjects will be displayed,
MISCELLANEOUSAAA DEAL CAB EL 4.1611 I according to Mrs. Pauline
Free Delivery -
Farmer's Service Station 1002: Florida Avenue EL 6-976!; LINCOLN CAB EL 4.1611 Smith, coordinating chair-

Motor Repair & TuneUpGas BONDING AGENCYCity Timiquana Road Trading Post 1 tl man.
All exhibits must originatewith
& Oil FRED'S FOOD MARKET County and Federal Bonds Complete Garden Supplies
individual
EL 5-1932 an or group.
Road Service I Law Exchange Bldg.
Fresh Fruits Vegetables Fertilizer Fruit Products I
358 S. Myrtle Avenue EL 5-8141' Free Delivery -New and Used Furniture bought and sold i
ACE RADIO & TV SERVICE
MORELAND TIRE ,SUPPLY :301 Dada Street EL 4-9240 30 Years In Electronics 564 Timiduaaa Road SP 1.3762.!NAACP ATTACKS

Amaco Gas & Products-Full Capping Tires All Work Guaranteed TOWERS HARDWARE STORES !:1

For A,Better Deal Try Moreland Deal GUS INA'S SUPERMARKET 943 Forest Street EL 4-6SM Everything in Hardware \t i BIAS I TAMPA'

3409 Myrtle Avenue __EL 4-945 If You Want The Finest In Groceries Paints Garden Supplies 1
And Meats Come.See Us A and W Vacuum Cleaner Service 2391 W. Beaver EV 8-4898t

200 Davis Street EL 6-5412 & Parts .,
CLEANING Guaranteed Repairs 8th and Main Streets EL 47511Washington's TAMPA, Feb 6-The Rev.
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MIKE'S GROCERY I". On.AI1'Makee Health Service Roscoe Lacy, president of the
THRIFTY DRY CLEANERSWhere '1143 Mary Street FL 9-7979 Tampa branch of the National -
Quality Counts Staple Groceries "Abundant Health Is Rightfully Yours" Association for the Advancement
Fresh Meats STUDIO Try Swedish Massage Mineral Steam Baths
-Expert DJ.elng-- AVERY'S : of Colored People
Open 7 to 7
H236 Da'YlsStreet, EL Mil 2015 EL 6-9182 Commerdal'' -' Weddings Homo Potrtlts Colonic TherapyD wrote a letter .to Mayor
Broadway Yea we do It in color also C. Washington Masseur-Same Location Nick Nuccio last week in the

CAVALIER CLEANERS M & M MARKET 611 West Ashley Street EL 4-7835 For 23 Years wake of the Association filing
834 N. Myrtle Avenue EL 4-2478 six of racial
612 W. Ashley Street. EL 4-162 Fresh Meats I new cases

21st and Myrtle 814 West 8th St. :=... Open 7 a.m. to 6 pjn.,- ADAIRS HOUSE OF FLOWERS WILLIE SMITH DRUGS discrimination: in the city.
914 Davie Street 130*;Davis Street 504 Davis Street E 5-1532 Flowers For An Occasion 1 Rev. Joey's letter stated in
Members, of the FNB charge plan Free delivery any part of the dry I part: "failure city officials
SPOT RITE CLEANERS 328 West rorsyth Street -:- OLD 'RELIABLE- to protect the rights of all

One-Hour Service BAR 601 Wed Ashley Street EL 4-1330 I citizens irrespective of race

Pick-up & Delivery A to Z SIGN COMPANY. ,MOTHERS j. constitutes a violation of the
KO Florida Avenne EL S-874S ::-LETTERINGSPrompt' WORKING I protection clause of, the
-. ... RENO BAR -. Service Moderate.Prices -. Will Keep Children United States Constitution"

ONE HOUR..CLEANERS Meet Your Friends Her Gold,lAd Trucks --Glsss Sho-Crd In My Horn While You Are At Work f I Mayor ,Nuccio was asked

'$ 8f 1'West Ashley Street EL 11898r 738 Devi Street EL 4-17C3 416 Oak Street EL 9-5100 1338 UcCosft. Street EL 683691i,, by the NAACR ,to alleviate' ,

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BY PARHAM JOHNSON i iI

1 I I SIAC STANDING

THE NATIONAL BOXING CLUB a new organization some very bright baseball
ha been formed to supplant the International Boxing Club. ,. prospects. Many of the play- I ?jT
I I The announcement of the new club was made by Arthur ers displayed some great potentialities t.yir4 Tie Bethune-Cookman Col-

Wirtz president of the Chicago Stadium Corp. The Inter- and that included lege Wildcats took over the
national Boxing Club was dissolved by a court order because the pitchers, catchers, infielders : !,
lead in the Southern Inter-
of the monO Olv it held_ on _RnvSnrr.. and outfielders. .', tiA
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.nr.Crowe ;;
ANDRE RODGERS, the Many of them are good stick- Collegiate Athletic Confer-
ence Monday night,February9th I
man who led the Pacific
is the who men.
same man ,
with their second
straight
Coast League in batting took over first base when THE MATTHEW W. GILBERT W ,H
last season with a .354 bat- : victory over Xavier Univer-
Ted Kluzewski "Fighting Panthers.
was hospita-
e ting average will again makea lized, and when Big Klu re-,,came up with some of.. the ,: >' sity by a score of. 83-79 in
Moore
Gymnasium.X
try at the shortstop posi- turned to action, Crowe had brightest prospects in foot-
tion. Bill White is back with completely taken over withj I|I,ball in winning the city con. SV ,cf & tz. a vie r, who led the 17
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the Giants also after a stay his big bat playing a major ference and state champion- L Y3.v team conference before tang-

in the service. Before going'role. The St. Louis front office ships: Men like Joyce, Hay- ling with the Wildcats, fell
into the service, White was believe Crowe will be a ward. Amos, McKenzie Ben) to a record in the conferenceto
the regular first basemanfor I big help to the Cards. and the entire Panther team 3-3, and must win all of
the Giants. 'played a superb brand of its remaining season
; yyt y gamesto
LITTLE JOE BROWN,the WILLIE MAYS,'the $80,000'I ball throughout the season t-0.rd Zi ,JaU oust the Wildcats from
lightweight champion of the beauty of the San Francisco and several of them are destined the top spot.
world is the busiest champion -i.:Giants and his wife Marguerite -: to plug some mighty
in the lot. Joe has defended -! have adopted a five day;I I big gaps in some of the college The Monday Night's game
h his title six times in*a(:Old baby boy. The Mays have teams that were hit! : was the last of the regular

two years. .His most recent:'taken the proper steps to i heavily by graduation. __ season Bethune-Cookman,
victory over Johnny Busso'I;'formally, adopt the baby. ,i: THE NEW STANTON I _P ___ which now will take a long
DON JORDAN the world rest until the tournament in
in Houston, Texas was some-'I
BLUE DEVILS stand
.welterweight has!I a March. The Wildcats
what of a revenge victory.; champion 'chance to in baseball. put on
since last time the two met, been named Fighter of the repeat in the SIAC a spurt to win their last S
I I J Some members of last year's BULLDOGS ARE SET-The Fisk Bulldogs won a right to compete
Month. Jordan the title '' and take
Brown.was defeated in a non- won championship team will be basketball tournament scheduled to be held at Tuskegee Institute Feb. 19-21. The games a position
I from Akins. that Maroon and Gold
Virgil
4 title bout. Jordan returning and there will be Bulldogs are shown getting a briefing from Coach Bus Thompson, kneeling beside a
ERNIE BANKS the tan:I was named in January by some replacements for those team captain Charles Gerald forward of Seaford. Del. Standing from left are: Bobby I team has not held since the

skinned shortstop of the Chicago |the Southern California Boxing whoh graduated.The tern won Gilliam guard. Nashville, Tenn.; Harold 'Shaw, forward. Chicago; James Mc- I i championship team in 1953..
Writers ended
their
Cubs is said to be the. Association. He the champioship under the Adoo center, Nashville; Lamont Lawson forward. Washington, D. C.; William Di- They season
i is said to be one of the fast '!with a balanced attack with
greatest hitting shortstop in" careful guidance of Rutledge xon forward Henderson. Ky., and Alton Washington. guard Chattanooga. T e n n. '
,est steppers in the fight five players scoring in double -
history. In seven years the ,Pierson, who was quite a The team appears all set to go against.tournament competition. '
i game. ;' figures' Red Humphreyled
175-pounder has hit 183 homers ''ctar, himself during his
e : Big Don Newcombe the playing with 28, Everett Abney
,
more than other i '
during his entire career.any Top,(:Cincinnati Redleg pitcher,! days. HOPEFUL ROOKIES SET EYES ,FORMER CHAMP had 15, Jack Swilley and
ranking" shortstops like Honus -:i his brothers Norman and Harold ;I SMOOTH SAILING 'TIL King Green had 14 each and
Wagner, Marty Marion were cleared of chargescf JWE MEET AGAIN. '!Willie, Dillard had 10.

Phil 1 Rizutto. Eddie Miller','to kill assaulting and threatening! ON LANDING REGULAR POSITIONSBY :IS DIVORCED:j I r The game was tied three
Pee Wee fleece Johnny Logan a former policeman in .
;'I i i I times before Red Humphrey
Luke Appling and all a 1957 brawl at their New- C. PARHAM JOHNSON :put the Cats in the lead with
.
the other great shortstops,ark tavern. BY 'I
: HIS WIFE\
-- ---- 'a field goal early in the
didn't hit as many homersin THE JACKSONVILLE RECREATION -! The warm balmy weather of Florida and Arizona has first quarter and there they
their entire careers as DEPARTMENT,! called the major league baseball teams to the various i!i ('stayed I I : Xavier showed th e
Banks has hit in seven years. playgrounds will soon be PATRONIZE training camps this month with. 12 teams training in|,I I' capacity crowd that it was

BIG GEORGE C R OWE, going full force with the i Florida and four in Arizona. i I LOS ANGELES-The Rev.I II II' not a team to take a beating
the man with the heavy bat coming of warm weather.!! Of the 12 teams training, I and Mrs. Henry Armstrong:! laying down, they cme within
and who won many ball;The various baseball teams!iq Star Advertisers in Florida six of them are of'Two familiar figures who: were recently divorced on I{I i 5 points of the Wildcats

Barnes for the Cincinnati lg 1SalaUJ aq 1daJ 1cq I .. the American League'and!were always present at the'charge!. of cruelty brought{I i I three times, but superior
Redlegs will join Sad Sam I!:last summer will soon be in I, I.six are in the National Lea I training camps of the Giants, against the former boxing!1 1i J s I hooting b y the Wildcats
Jones and Curtis Flood in,I action. The various teams I gue. The six American Lea- will not be present this time.i!champion by Mrs. Willie Mae' each time helped them to
1959 St. Louis Cardinal. the gue teams will be Washington -,The '(
as a !throughout city produced_ two are pitcher Ruben:Armstrong. :; pull away. The highest
at Orlando, New York at',:Gomez and catcher Valmv.': 1 I
St. Petersburg. Detroit at |i' Mrs. Armstrong, 43, charged;!scorer in the game was Kenneth
h havebre
,IT o KI a s. They
'! of Xavier with
AMERICA'S FASTEST I Lakeland, Baltimore at Mi-,sold. ', that Armstrong, 46, 'who i is': Author
'
GROWING
ami, Kansas City at West now an evangelist and active!35 points.
Palm Beach and Chicago at 1 February 26, all teams will"in youth work, indicated he j!I I I Coach Raymond Thornton
I SPORT COMES TO FLORIDA! Tampa. [be going at full force. Many!no longer loved her. She to s-I jof the Wildcats plans to run
The National League teams I'rookies who starred in minor'tified that their home I.his boys through a scrimp -
will be Pittsburg at Fort' league baseball will be thereto '!was so full of people that mage each day until they

Myers, Los Angeles at Vero ) match their wares with i I she couldn't get in the door.I leave for the tournament ian l
Beach, St. Louis at St. Peters-1! the veterans, and many of effort to smooth out their
1i.1 burgh, Cincinnati at Tampa' them have shown no sign of: the Armstrong uncontested was ordered in I ball handling. '
decree to! The Southern Inter-Coir
faltering. Until
and Philadelphia at Clear-i some sign of {
water. Boston and Cleveland -,: weakness appears in the regulars pay $1,387 worth of .commu-| }legiate Athletic.Association's
nity debts, give his wife half,, tournament is held in
the being
of the American Lea-!! hopeful rookies i of the
will I II who have been income from three Tuskegee, Institute, Tusk&
gue be i in Arizona with dreaming of I
; ,,,- f, I properties and
,.. r by ;I Boston at Scottsdale and:the day when they wculd be1 I pay for herattorney's .gee. Alabama. February 19-

':.,.-. ,.. ". I, ...!.f.4 ....' I Cleveland at Tucson. ; wearing a mcjor league will'be fees. I .j_21.!_1959. _...e
.." : .." I 1 hard. '
National i
i League teams i
... I 'to i.4 I' .,G-'tt': training in Arizona will be !
Many of those who have; :f
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San Francisco at Phoenix"been called up to training!' 1/1 11ililf /

I and Chicgo at Mesa. First t f camps were most valuable'''! 'll' q
NOW s

OPEN! nI X will time: in be The many without years av Sarasota training :stolen players,base batting leaders champions, Runs,'!! ,ililf NOW OPEN! J'

Boston
camp. Red Sox!batted in leaders or runs: i iI

pulled out of Sarasota and I scored leaders in their va-i ""I, __ f ,
set up training quarters in' rious leagues, but what will h :
Scottsdale Arizona,The Baltimore -'I their chances be against t tI
S HORSE RACING Orioles gave up Scotts- Johnny Logan, Joe Adcock,
dale and selected Miami. Wes Covingtcn. Hank Aaron,
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The training season was 'Del Crandall, Frank Torre,
formally opened by the San Bill Bruton is the question.i I PALMS

Francisco Giants Tuesday, With all going well, how .
i iIl
i PONCE DE LEON Feb. 17 and, ,with catchers only reporting.the pitchers Yogi will they Berra.stack Ektnn-! up-Nnw against*wi I'

Hank Bauer, Doug. McDougald I

r r ;t;' Tour of lees the, Mickey other champion Mantle or Yan any,I:11,11, Il, BALLROOriJ.J :' .


.LuckyNumbers Charley Neal, Junior Gill-'II: OF I II

lam, Gil Hodges, Duke Sni-] : JACKSONVILLE
der, John Roseboro, Carl, I IJ i

ti $t4, 1Fjrji] tID 1 who Furillo have and other veterans 'I I _
borne f I
Only Parl-Muhie 1 the brunt STARTING FRIDAY
lit1 of the burden I FEBRUARY 20 !
Harness & Quoirer Hone : appear very I
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February 20-April: 11. I!- scope Gul'e rilii Ivclgr num. CSt 77 384 ; I I .FLP4MES

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TERMS OR CASH USED i Modern furnished room t son and Mrs. H. L. Geiger
Four Refrigerators Three Electric Ranges. Four for rent. One block from bus CIRCLE HOLDS MEETThe serving as co-hostesses.
Washers Wringer & Automatic. See at Edgewood & ::!line.EL 5-7176 Man preferred. Phone I TRANSMISSIONS I &; MOTORS I "Plants Suitable for HerbGardens"
Cleveland Road. PO 8-2181 or EL 4-8484. ,
was the roll call.
I FOR SALE TRANSMISSIONOVERHAULED Highland Heights Gar The features were "Flower
den Circle held its Show
meeting
Practices" and "Ne
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Modern Maid Gas
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Gardening! by Mrs:
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HAVE CASH WILL BUY Andrew Burwell, 1909 Venus Georgia Peterson.
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