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Florida star
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 24, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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- .
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:
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
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Out FAMU more Duval Countians qualified to rerun 'and to run x ? x
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for Duval County offices subject to the Democratic primary elec- ',

tions of Tuesday ,8 and the second of
-.. .. May primary polling. Tuesday,

.. TALLAHASSEE In another desperate move to block integration MaY 29th.When .
the Tuesday 12 noon
the state Board of Control which supervises the state university MAACF Members
deadline was reached only 11 new
system, has adopted a new rule which under present educational
candidates. had filed and none
!' attainments could have the effect of keeping many Negro applicantsout
created any major surprise. It Hay Lee Jets
of any public-supported integrated university.
brought the total qualified for the
me new rule was adopted at a .
May 8 primary to 75 Democrats
special meeting of the:board last COLUMBIA C.-The firing
only).per cent of the Negrohigttschool
ti and jl Republicans, .ied'cJj of aU 'DU.h1IP, gykjras who are'
Wednesday, t> t"'wm't'ti m eP] setalilag'the"statewide 1 '
} How"ever7the totaTwas. meo&ers of theKteggillAssociation --I' 'Zk w'A ,;. aomx
lective only if integration actually -
12th grade test program !to 74 Tuesday night,when Verley for the Advancement of 'ta": "
takes place in Florida univer- achieved grades above the midpoint -
sities. T. Spivey{ who qualified Tuesdayfor Colored People has been orderedby POSTAL EMPLOYEES AUXILIARY MEETS In the home of Mrs. Odel While 1219 W. '9lhSi.
of the white,general ability
re-election to a second term as the South Carolina General the Women's So the'National Alliance of Postal
The plan could have the effectof level. Auxiliary Employees met recently. Seated left'to
a member of the Board of Public Assembly on Tuesday. right Miss Pearl Holman Mrs. Helen Mrs. Jane
eliminating Florida A fc M Not than 10 cent of : Maynor. Mary Jackson. Mrs. Viola Monroe. Mrs. Jeanette -
-more per
,exclusive Negro Instruction in District 3, withdrew The Legislature enacted a bill Scott on sofa. Mrs. Alreria Davis Mrs. Eola Goines. Mrs. Ellen Williams. Mrs. Althea Griswold
University as an the Negroes would have ranked
institut1on. with the cent of the from the race. He was elected' in to ban NAACP"members from Mrs. Margaret Griswold Mrs. Ruth Bates. Standing Mrs.Florence Wells.. Mrs. Wilma Olds Mrs. Angle

In the event that integration is white students.upper 60per 1952 to a four-year term. state, county and local public employment Btlliny. Mrs. Thomasina Wallace Mrs. Mabel McLendon, Mrs. Margaret Bryant Mrs. Odell White and
Sixteen incumbents were not The measure outlines Mrs. Essie! Holman.
required in the state ,
opposed for the Democratic nomi appeal procedures.
then the same academic admission -

requirements will be estab- Boycott Leader I Aiken nation. District One Democrat 4 member Paul of the R. Jr.Gov.has been George silent Bell on Timmerman whether he, Fire Destroys

lished for all the institutions sub- Asst. State AttorneyWon't .
I County Civil Service Board, will will sign the bill, which drew no
of the State
ject to the approval
have a GOP opponent Mrs.Adessa -
opposition during passage. YWCA
Board of Education. Gels Convicted Building
: ;
Ehrhart in the November gen- The bill said that the NAACP

Admitted on Diplomas eral election. advocates a course-integregation Fight His RemovalMIAMI

..Negrohigh school graduatesnow MONTGOMERY, Ala. -The Greatest surprise of all the -not in the best interest of the Jailor Boned

are admitted to A&M on the Rev. Luther King. Jr.. the first of 'Qualifications was that of Ernest peace and tranquility of the state.

; basis of their high school diplo- the Negro bus:boycott leaders to D. Jackson local Negro attorney The bill was authored by Rep. Eric O.
By Simpson
Henry Arlington suspended Negro assistant to State
mas only. Applicants to the white go on trial was convicted Thurs for the post now held by Miss Charles G: Garrett of Greenvilleand A two-alarm blaze which flaredup
Attorney George A. Brautigam, declared Tuesday he plans fight
universities however; are re- :Sarah Bryan, who has held the 25 others. no
early Friday morning destroyed removal from office.
quired to among the top 60 per day.King.. 27-year-old pastor of the position of Justice of the Peacein .
the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA
-. this
"My position on particular
cent .In the statewide 12th grade Dexter Avenue Baptist Church II District 2 for 22 straight years.
PolicemaiDraws2Year building at 1215 Lee Street and I matter is neither to confirm nor graph which was:being circulatedto
testing program examinations in was fined $500, plus $500 court There are others in the race also.
completely damaged the furnishings the show
4 deny. allegations Arringtonsaid. Arrington interviewing a
general ability English social Alabama's The 16 unopposed are listed
costs for violation of ,
and office
in the
equipment "client" who white
: was a woman.
studies, natural science, and seldom-used anti-boycott law for with those who are running Sentence center.J. .
: I "To do so only means the heap- The statement also referred to
his part in the 17-week-old boy- again:
The board recently raised the cott against segregated city buses. I Leonard W. Thomas clerk of:' For back OR the.Fire J. Harvey Department Deputy said Chief the first of j ing of coals on an already blazing (Continued on Page 8))

Tequirements: from 75 ,to 60 per The fine and costs were 'converted Circuit Court; Clyde H. Simpson alarm at 5:16 and the j Eire[ and stench of racialism. .
came a. m.
cent to help cope with enrollments into a jail sentence since tax collector;.Leon E. Forbes, tax Arrington made it plain in his
second call for
that are. increasing faster he chose to appeal rather than assessor; McKenney J. Davis Negro WoaaaPENSACOLA equipment to battle fire-fighting the blaze talk at his private law office 5 Persons Held

than facilities. Joe Burnett, county 1034 NW 3rd Ave. he feels "no
pay the money. He was sentencedto county judge; at 5:26 ,
came a. m.
Grades received in the .12th a total of 386 days. commissioner; William T. Harvey, A 25yearoldcity When interviewed a few hours :animosity, no bitterness no vindictiveness" For NarcoticsTAMPA

grade testing program are not, Sentence: SuspendedThe judge of the Criminal Court of policeman was sentenced by after the fire Harvey said the toward either Brau-
considered in accepting Negro Record; A.Lloyd Layton,judge of Judge Ernest Mason to two yearsin tigam or Gov.LeRoy Collins who
of "is still undeter-
the fire
sentence was suspended. origin
: students at A&.LFred the Provisional Criminal Court of prison for aggravated assaulton I,ordered him relieved from duties men and two
however, after defense lawyers mined at the moment" but offi-
Kent of Jacksonville Record; Burton Barrs, judge of a Negro woman. The judge 'Friday.He women were arrested early last
tbairman of the board of control served notice of appeal. They the Civil Court of Record. called for an investigation of the cials were investigating the cause. said he will not attempt to Sunday morning and charged
have said they will take the appeal The Deputy Chief said he esti- his broadcast remarks with possession of narcotics after
r declined comment 'on the effect Fleming H, Bowden, supervisorof entire police department.The I explain
to the U. S. Supreme Court mated the damage to the buildingat
about "integration" policies and of the to sell
one men attempted
of the rule which would require registration; Mrs. Kathleen L. court of record judge, '
A&M to adopt the same admission if the state appellate courts up- Hartley, clerk of the Civil and speaking as a private,citizen, said $25,000 and the damage to 'practices in Brautigam's' office. heroin to a Tampa police: officer.
effect hold the conviction. goods at $3,500. The value of the He contended, however, that Officer Bob Cleveland said: the
requirements that are in Criminal Courts of Record; Carl he was "shocked and distressed"by and
: at University of Florida and Other Trials Delayed M. Taylor. Walter N. Pace and dissension in the police depart- building was placed at. $50,000 "parts of a radio broadcast" tape man tried to sell him the drug in

:Florida State University.But Circuit Solicitor William F. Paul R. Akin members of the ment brought out during the trial the effects at $10,000.It recorded Feb. 25 by L David the Afro HoteL Cleveland imme-

he conceded it would be Thetford said immediately after County Civil Service Board; W.T. of Patrolman George McLarty was reported that the janitor in the Hawthorne, 2530 NW 24th St, had diately called in George Flynn of

-substantially correct" to say that the verdict that the state had Bill) Dow, member of the County who was acquitted of two chargesof Herbert Silas, who suffered stayed been "doctored out of context to the State Narcotics Bureau and

oa the basis of present scholastic agreed to postpone the trials of Budget Commission; Mrs. Gene- attempted rape but convictedon building serious at burns night about the hands none fit the purpose of the sinister Detectives Littleton Gore and
Attainments of the races few Negroes 89 other boycott defendants pen ieve King Medlock. justice of the the aggravated assault charge., and body and was taken to Duval forces designed to destroy all the Pendarvis.

F!: could qualify for admissionto ding King's appeal. peace; and Frank E. Bruson Jr., Various members of the depart- Center for treatment. good-will and amicable relations Invited In
A&M if admission require- The 90 Negro boycotters were constable. ment who testified at the trial Medical which have been established be- The officers said when they arrived -

:ments were the same as at the indicted by a grand jury Feb. 21. Other candidates who qualifiedare gave conflicting: statements and tween the races in our" country at the scene Luther Lynch

white universities. In a statement to newsmen :, indicated "apparent dissension, POSTAL EMPLOYEE and in the state at large Jr., invited them in to "have a

The general result would be King said the verdict "will not increase Sheriff Al Cahill and Rex discord, jealousy and recrim 1a- It was Hawthorne who Friday look around." In his room the of-

that under an integrated univer- or diminish in any way my Sweat. tions" the judge said. .-. DIES IN HOSPITAL produced a copy of his tape recording ficers found a hypodermic needle

sity system A&M probably would interest in the protest." Superintendent of public in McLarty and Patrolman Randall for Brautigam to hear an eye dropper and a bottle cap. I

lose its identity as a Negro university "We will continue with the pro- struction. Coke L. Barr, Ish Brant Sellers, 23, were suspended BULLETIN after it had been aired and cir- In an adjoining bedroom they .

r E. and become a white university test in the same spirit," he con- and Iva T. Sprinkle Democrats in January on. charges of firing Wiinaa (BUI) McDonald a culated generally throughout found 30 capsules of heroin and a \

__ _.___ __ nonviolence bed railway mall clerk here and Florida in recent weeks. marijuana cigarette in a trash
with a small percentage ui tinued, "with passive and T. Farris Johnson and W. shotgun pellets through the
Negro students. resistance and using the weaponof Howard Mclllrath Republicans. room window of Negro doctor's prominent in the social and Arlington said he was advisedby basket.The room was occupied by

Difference Stressed love." County Commissioner District home on the fringe of a white dole life of Jacksonville died "friends who heard the tapein Robert Edwards Lee and Tresa

Gen. Richard Ervin in the 1,,John B. Jungklaus and J. B. subdivision. Sellers has been reinstated Thursday night in the Veterans Brautigam's office" that the ,Watson both 25.

brief Atty.he filed with the U. S. Supreme It's time to stand up and be (Joe) Mallard.. over the objection of Police Hospital at Lake City to the recording was "not officially mon- i The officers added that $142 in j
HalL regret of his many friends here. itored but reptitiously recorded. cash and a match box full of 1
Court urging the necessity counted! Get your name in the County Commissioner District Chief Crosby -,
He is the son of Mrs. Eloise about five minutes of the marijuana were found in the
the shooting Sellers
for "gradualism in enforcing its book of registered voters. You 3, Joe F. Hammond and LenaMerrett Following
cruised through a McDonald' and brother of Mrs. 30-minute broadcast on station bosom of Olga Oscar reportedlyLynch's
,decision prohibiting segregation can't vote in the primary election and McLarty
of section of town. Their car Hattie McKlirick.The were carried on the tape, he companion. They also
Criminal Court
In public schools stressed the wide en May Sib and 29th unless Solicitor, Negro ;
between Negro and register. Do it before April Record Lacy Mahon Jr. and Harry stuck in the sand and McLarty body baa been forward claimed.He found capsules of heroin wrapped j

difference white students in .scholastic you 6th. Boob opens 1:30 .. m. to S H Martin. said alleged assault was only the ed to this dry for further. arrangements. pointed out that a paper in a piece of newspaper under the

achievement. p.m. daily Tuesdays and FridaysIp.m.to9p.m. Board of Public Instruction DisContinued outgrowth of his efforts to find four weeks ago commented in an front seat of the. couple's 1956

", He said surveys had shown that ( en Page II) help. editorial about a doctored photo- Pontiac.

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/ .u.w by TM Fieri*. Stet PveBtUef c. -
< Mji f Adds:
:' P, O, B.a 51, ..... ... 1, FUrUe, > : y r When one listens or reads the platform of some of th. candidates

4113 ....* Jtieet jMkwnriib. ,. FlerU .___ MiQNC ELGIN .4-3773 for important stale offices one recalls the old saving "politics makes

strange bed-fellows." In this instance however one observes that
N4c*o. SIMPSON ., ._ M.ag1M Ecfeer politics in this day makes politicians sing the tune.

Uroy >"S,ik.-. W.a.... ... ..-..-:., .. N... Ih Wo..- have noted tt.w.alusa' bout l- same

c. ,.....'J...... "H .. '00 .._.._ Newt Staff candidate for the
tion. he
every governorship only succeeds i in spot.

{ Member of Associated Negro Press: has taken the subject of segregation lighting himself as a wcoly-cap.

: and made it the salient backwoods politician striving to

THE .FLORIDA STAR!;STANDS FOR: feature of his platform. Uphold- slide into office on a platform of
I. Negro Ftriaiwx.: ing segregation in the state of race hate and ante bellum white

2.;,More Negro Police Officer*.*.. : Florida has become the theme supremacy.

3. Squad Carslor the Negro POllee. -"i./ ?- -, 'P"l-, ',._ ''". song and refrain Farris
Bryant has
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding'Up of th'Ba1ld1a' .e. of every with come out
;.... an eight point course of
Program.Piilic :<< .candidate for action -
to block
\ .. 1 i h e governorship integration which is
j simply a lot of words. The only
: so much
t' t merit it has-for those who standto
Shows Desire Ti so that
Orgaiize : no candidate -
gain-is the spending of thestate's
__ _____ tl b .Z b .,:: : seems tot cash to "employ legal tal-
-4 + -:1 be thinking of ,
Two weeks ago we ran the first of a series of editorials anything else ent to work on the segregation

calling attention to the need of an organized group of Negro : : he can do for problem." About all he can accomplish -

citizens headed by men and women who are sincerely inter- he: state beside is that of fooling some

ested in the progress of the people, instead of personal gain, blocking deseg of the people because we believe

that most people realize that the

alone.There also blank this I regation. highest court in the land has
appeared a on page inviting our They have completely forgotten
readers to let us know whether they favored the formation of about highways increasing the ruled and it is a matter of time

such an organization. We are happy to report that the response state's income constitutional revision now.

has been somewhat gratifying, in view of the fact that and a hundred other mat- Fuller Warren an opportunistif

only a very, very few people would take the time. out to fill ters pertaining to the progress there ever was one, along with

out a blank and then spend three cents in postage to mail a. ,and livelihood of the state. being a colorful, flambouyant and

letter.The ., Proclaiming that one will work shrewd politician could not resist
replies that we have received serve as a barometer 4 D for the maintenance of segregation the temptation to jump on the

that tells us that there are many Negro men and women who is certainly a popular theme popularbandwagon of segregation

are ready to come together and form an organization that ,liXVOVr1. but it is a paltry platform to offer and throw out the kind of bait he

will work for the progress of our.people and the improvementof "DESEGREGATION WILL REMOVE .THIS HATE AND SUSPICION" the people of Florida as the sole I believes good white folks want to

our community. reason for asking to be elected to nibble at. In his xealoosness. however -
An organization which is properly set up could be an keen this week enabling to the post of governor. The peopleof i. we believe he hit a low'

asset to the community and the people. It does not have to be tackle you Florida deserve more than this. point when he attacked the character -
tasks with
.a political organization but it encourages its members to Your We.kiyHoroscope ; and dispatch.your Still, as far as They deserve to know more about of the Negro applicant Virgil

register and vote as a civic duty.:: As a united group it could I future financial prospects are your concerned what the candidates' plans for the D. Hawkins who is seeking

work to elect officials whom we believe will serve the best Guide you would do well to listen stale beside-. the maintenance. of entry to the.University' Florida
interests of our people.. segregation. For the people of Law SchooL
to mate Haste
your or experts.
The group, composed of citizens living in all sections of sharp retorts and speeding are all Florida cannot live by segregation Gov. LeRoy Collins, too has

the city and county ,would campaign for more recreational Which Are Your Lucky_ Days ,FoBminevs potential ,sources of danger, 'so. alone. joined with. the others to form

facilities, for the employment of Negro policewomen and probation Love Travel slow down and get "there quicker Personally we think the candi- the segregation quartet singing

officers, Negro firemen, sanitary inspectors and water by.taking the long way around.I. dates are running the segregationissue the "Segregation Blues." His

and light meter readers. Another'function would be to assist By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER The days bring domestic problems i into the ground. They are move also was done purely for

men and women to find jobs in private industry without' .... to the fore along,with such questions playing on the weakness of those political expediency. He would

paying high fee to get jobs. as family privileges budgetary infected with prejudice and the strike a discordant note should

Now is the time to organize for advancement and improvement ARIESSpeculative !I in your personal and'public asso practices and your'career interests false' idea of race superiority.When he sing any other tune but segre-
enterprises may ciations. These are not good daysto figuring prominently. the people wake up to the gation.So .

provide more thrills at present undertake large commitments 510331286727. I fact that all the candidates sing-

but they also present risks which without.taking into,account your I ing the same tune the, plan to feed I after all they are all singing .

Brawled As UifairAt may not be to your ultimate'ad future ability to honor them. Pay SAGITTARIUSThe the people the platform of segre-: the same tune; and we sup-

Segregaliox vantage The friends who bolster I no heed to rumors or suggestions gation might very well back-fire, pose that if this writer was run-
your morale are preferable to on the 7th. strains to which you may because the II for
'JIr J ,r. voters will soon try ning governor he would haveto

Greensboro. ,C. an A&T'College audioaca wet:told those who see nothing but dark ,I' 64 =='A'L1s.-:311-: : ",. pational have been and subjected monetary due problemscan to occu- to find some other qualities in the i I get in tune too, or lose a lot

last Sunday that compulsory segregation Is not only unfair. days ahead with ,greater"discrimination so choose your company 6J e- .'-- be eased .through devotional man they will vote for as gover- of votes.

but."it is bad for all of UL- The speaker was Rabbi Fred S.Rypm. LEO : and'the
pursuits comforting ex The and
nor.It Negro segregation is
You lwaYs
(4th to 6th) The 23rd and 24th are may not approve of
who is indeed
leadft'of the local EmanueL regrettable that the
spiritual of friends. Gain the
ideal days'to amples your the political football in this elec
devote to and
rest the in high act
people places
spoke at the Brotherhood Service atthe, college on Feb.'28 way confidence of neighbors kin and topic of segregation stemming for tion. But Negro voters will haveto
to enjoy the hobbies and pleas- or behave but unless you hold the
He said that one of the principal disadvantages of aegregattos ures that are soothing and'relax whiphand, its'better. to hold'your loved ones apd they will stand by prejudice made and race superiority is close their ears to what these
being the prime issue in the
: in a community Is that it interferes with vital communication ing: Privacy offers a wonderful peace and 'perform your job as you when you are weighed down gubernatorial candidates say about segregation
between "Many,of our present confusion with monies and heavy burdens current campaign.It and weigh them other meritsor
groups. on
refuge against bores and. gossips. well.as you know how. Do not,engage is unfair. It is
*/* he continued "are caused by fears which come only. 66-5-18-50-73-6. in unorthodox attachmentsor that darken your outlook for the misleading. Any- demerits.
from misunderstandings." The speaker warned that, one of future. The ties that you have one with an ounce of common
pleasures if this places a strainon
America's greatest needs, today.is charity for our neighbors TAURUS, your marital, other, key as- forged in the past should not be reasoning realizes that these
of main-
sugared proclaimations -
Instead oi condemnation. cast aside just to satisfy a whimor
a As !long as you gain the consent sociations. Although you now taining segregation in our schoolsare YourEditorial
Brotherhood"and : emotional interest. Think
The subject of his message wu. "American and approval of those who share hold many trump cards, do not new being made for political ex-
he traced the history of religious tolerance In this coun- your life and fortunes you should underestimate the ,strength and .well of what it means -to your pediency.When Page
"In" of all efforts the long history of this nation. happiness in the years to come to
try. spite over not hesitate hi considering under- fighting qualities of the.competition
religious liberty Is still maintained/: he said. takings that could put you on the when,issues.are crossed., live in harmony and security in a Sumter Lowry spouls his Speaks for Progress
home that you have established. venomous ,diatribes about desegregation
road to personal and 'accomplishment 9--S8-40-1 -76 224.
; 1-10-44-12-63-070. leading to mongreliia- Every Week
Adhere to the business -

and economic principles VIRGO.Extra
STOP FUSSING which have kept personal and periods of rest in the con- CAPRICORN
fines of home enables to It may require considerable
joint finances stable'and growing your you
personal effort to achieve your PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
and leave the risks to ,,the others ease the' conflicts that range"un-
without running headon -
STOP PROMISING who can better afford to take seen within YOurSelL You had purposes
this week.
into stout opposition
them. Invite your friends whose better listen to a friend who
Get much rest circumstanceswill
S as
company you find soothing and knows the score, or even to your
permit on the 1st in order to
T mentally stimulating but give a intuitive promptings'when the
be fit for the arduous climb
wide berth to those who simply temptation to speculate with your
TODAY! : ahead. Entrust the task to your
ACT impose on your bounty.6302i1789636.. emotional as well as material resources -
You marital or business partner who
comes', over, you.
serve your economic interests best is likely to succeed where you
would fail Intuitive promptings,
GEMINI when you p rlorm-'your-duties to
well the voice of experience ; :r-
as as ;
Right at the very start you are the best of your ability and reject ;
An should be heeded when
Join OrganizationThat likely to be confronted with a the efforts of others to,make you ,
counsel prudence in making S
problem which has to do with dissatisfied, to cause you to make

Will Work For TheBenefit your intimate and public associa- a dramatic gesture, or to try an investments or other' financial
tions and the economic factors ill-advised change :which would.
that accompany them. You make not be advantageous. -
Of The
People 2 100 88 16 666.
your future path smoother when -
I you-defer to the wisdom and experience -
Between the examples and sup-
Your CommunityHelp of older associates and LIBRA
Improve of true friends and the
port your
friends even if this interferes with Happy results can be obtained
personal desires and pleas when you take full advantage of dictates of your own conscience,
You To Find should find it possible to lessen -
Jobs be found in you
ures. There is much to be sail in the opportunities to
favor of activities that add depth your established field of endeavor. existing tensions or setbacksto

to your thinking and a greater;Avoid fighting against the forceof your hopes. Secrecy privacy.
and additional rest are the best
appreciation of spiritual values. circumstances and you may

; ACT NOW! 4-55-70-18- 3-040. encourage an outcome that wouldbe safeguards against complications Enthu-,
at once surprising and favor- nervousness and problems.

CANCERThe able. Shake off the blues by hav- siasm and confidence in the mer 1y
its of ideas may impel you
old saying to the effect that ing fun seeing those you hold in your
Til h The Hank Brew in favorite to take action without due con-
once you lend money to a friend affection or indulging your those primarily affected
sultation with
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.= -. ctii.if : I Most Valuable Player,Honored At Banquet ZETA PHI BETAS PERFECTING PLANS


of the local chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are
Mr. and Mrs.Ezekiel
of 1493 West 15th: Street an-
working diligently" perfect plans.for their second presentation of
nounce the engagement of their Rosa
daughter. Lee to Curtis Smith
the "Junior Cotillion" on April 6 in the Duval County Armory
son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, also of this city _
This affair mdudes the young
high school .sses who will make I are presented to society.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Bacon of this city have
announced the
'! their debut at this time. Outstanding women of the com-
engagement of Their daughter Mattie Mae, to George Bruce Jr. : The awarding of two scholar- munity serve as honor guards for
son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruce of Albany, Ga. ) ships is a special feature of the this occasion.
The wedding will be Sunday of this week in the home
of the _
bride-elect. event. Scholarships will be givento The Cotillion is a dance of the
the two young ladies makingthe early French court, consisting of

highest scores in a standardtest dances of many descriptions
Mrs. B. Carolyn Bell of 409 Northwest Seventh Avenue at given by the sorority before is marked by the giving of favors.

Gainesville, Fla, announces the engagement of her daughter Carolyn the night of the Cotillion.. Following the presentation of

Frederica Keller, to Nathaniel Thomas son,of Mrs. Annie Pr Taylorof Prize winners in the 1955 affair the debs social dancing will be

Jacksonville. were Miss Annette Howard of enjoyed by guests.

The wedding will be an event of June 17. New Stanton who won the first
., )
y.u. Yw y award and Miss Harriet Witzell Forest Park School

also of New Stanton who won the
Moiioa Pictures WINNERS NAMED second award. Observes AnniversaryThe

SENIOR HIGHSPELLING The Junior Cotillion is a social
f w Y, affair in which junior debutante first anniversary,of Forest
To AidCkwch BEE Park Elementary School will be

observed on March 25 in the audi-

Winners of the Senior High .fit Pt' torium of the school.
Usher Board No. 1 of Ebenezer. The Rev. A. B. Coleman
Bee pastorof
Spelling presented by "
Methodist Church at Ashley and! the Guidance Department of Mat- cI ; c : Miss Blondell McCottry will the Shiloh Metropolitan Bap-

Clay Streets, where the Rev EvanM. thew W. Gilbert High School pre- serve as commentator for the tist Church will deliver the ad-
Hurley is minister will benefit sented in' the school auditorium fashion revue to be held April dress. The choirs of the church
from proceeds realized at the two- : 2nd by districts 1 2 3 4 and 5. will render the music.
Monday March 12, were announced ,, ,,, ... ...
featured motion picture attraction '- -- ., ._ '', ,'. ..... ...",---
this week. of Bethel Baptist Church South- Final plans were made on Mon-

showing at the Strand Theatre They are as follows: Betty BANQUET GUESTS Jaxons who attended the banquet honoring'the "most nluahlplayer on side. Miss Bethel, will also be day night for this program when

Sunday, March 25, through Sat- Smith, first prize 12A-1, Mrs. the Edward Waters College football team are shown above. In the top photo from left to right are. Dr. crowned at this event. Mrs.,B. S. the faculty and patrons met. Each
urday, March 31, and it is asked Thelma Geiger Homeroom Teacher James A. Henderson. Mrs. Jonnie Mae Roberts Mrs. Callie Gibbs. Mrs.Theodore Shehee Mrs. Alphonso Brown is, the chairman. grade group met in separate
by those in charge that support ; Vivian Hunt; second prize, Varner. Aut. Coach Alphonso Varner. and Mrs. Jesse Ramsey. In the photo at bottom in the students'row rooms with the grade coordinator

will please be given. 11-5 Mrs. E. G. Word, Homeroom are. Samuel Robinson Miss !Mercedes McRae. Miss Jenethal Bell. Richard Bell, Miss .Purcell HalL Matthew Powell has returned to conducting the meeting. Plans
Playing will be"Ulysses"which Teacher; Verdell McDonald third Paul Brown Miss Rosetta Carter. Thomas and Miss Mary Emma James. his home 7400 Fernandina Rd. re- were made for seven tables to be

will star Kirk Douglas in a ,prize. 11A-2, Mr. R. A. McKinney. The most valuable" player award w.nllo James Sampson a sophomore who received the George covering fzx>m a recent illness at set up representing each grade

dynamic drama plus the "Song of I Homeroom Teacher; and Charles H. Brown Jr. trophy. Brewster Hospital. Jevel and the special class.

Africa"sensational all-Negro film Brown, consolation prize 10-3

with various star performers and Mrs. Lillian S. Davis., Homeroom Brooks Will SpeakCharles CENTER WILL HEAR
it is asked that they be seen also. Teacher. StorkDeliveries -. For Easter Parading -
The admission is small for adults STANTON SUNDAYThe
and,children, it was stated. Prizes were donated by: New- Brooks will be the prin- OAK & PETERS

The sponsoring committee of berry Jewelery Store R. V. Wil- cipal speaker at 3,p. m. for the Stanto-Musi-Cho under the Presents Shoes for the Entire Family
liams, George B. Nairn, Mrs. L W. annual homecoming of the Juling-
the program is one of the finestin direction of Mrs. Annette Epsy M Prices Witt,* the '_. Budget _
Worren, Mrs. Ella L. Jones, and ton Baptist Church on Sunday
the church and is deserving of Born To: will render a recital on March 25
Mrs..Florida R. Cave. March_ 25. Famous WEATHERBIRD Shoes
all accorded it. in the Laura Street Presbyterian
support The judges were: Mrs. L W. The pastor the Rev. E. V. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Church for
the benefit of the
Worren, Mrs. Doris A. Jones-and Grant, officers and members
Nathaniel and Deloris Brooks, are Youth Center. Stylish VELVET STEP ShoesfOR
Miss Irma Jackson. 1907 Decotts St, boy Feb. 19. expecting a large attendance. THE LADIES
aPanelWill Serving as callers were:. Mrs; Robert Dinners will be served at the
and Lettie Manning. Fashionable CITY CLUB Shoes
Cora F.. Ross and Mrs. Iris L. 1133 Franklin St, boy Feb. 29. church beginning at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Lowe To Fete
Knox; Social FOR MEN
Tell All Harry and Annie Pope Jr. 911 Club SessionThe
-i MAr Styles to CSwote From -
W. 23rd SL, boy March 5.
Bells We- '.. .,. -
Wedding Ebonett Social and SavingClub
Aboil Program Ahllt People James and Sopmora Williams, X-RAY FITTINGS AND A LAY-AWAY FLAN
97 will meet Sunday, March 25,
Applications for Marriage in the home of Mrs. Willie" B. ,

"Educate People Everywhere Mrs. Susie Coker of this city is I Joe, girl and Feb.Julia 10.King, 115 ErnestSt License Lowe, 1110 Grothe St. at 6 p. m. OAK & PETERS SHOE STORE

,As To Scouting" will be the panel in Miami at the bedside of her I New members are invited. :Mrs. count fORSYTH AND BROAD STREETS
,discussion theme of the Boy Scout sick mother who is in a hospital Ellis and Rose Wilson, 1228 Leroy Witherspoon, 1954% W. Mary Houston is President, 'and 0wr 54 Years On tfce Sane Con<*"

program which will be an eventof there. She is a member of Grant Van Buren St, boy Feb. 17. 10th St, age 31 and Katherinen Mrs. A. B. Butler, reporter.
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Sunday evening, April 15, be- Memorial AME Church, and James and Glad y s J o hnso n. Walker, 1954 W. luui ou: age J i.

ginning at 7 o'clock when there serves well in Choir No. 3 there: 2349 Ardisia Rd, girl Feb. 26. Cornell Tarver, 520 Lee St, age

will be presented the panel and Friends wish her mother's early Hilliard and Alberta Wilson, 20 and Annie R. Felder, "1054 W. Thank You Mr. and Mrs. JacksonvilleWe
forum features in the sanctuary of recovery and her safe return Jr., Route 9, Box 847, girl Feb27. Duval St, age 17.

the church at Ashley and Clay home. James and' Bernice Blount Jr, Fred Graham, 2112 Woodside
Streets, the Ebenezer Methodist 630 Avenue B, Route 9 Box 888B, St, age 33 and Joan Freeman, Appreciate the Wonderful Reception .
Church of which the Rev.Evan M. m in her home at 2822 North boy, Dec. 28, 1955. 1938 W. 6th St, age 18. !
Hurley serves as minister. Myrtle Avenue, .is Mrs. Mattie Willie and Thelma Lumpkins, Theodore Logan, 3412 PlateauSt We Are Deeply Grateful for Your Telegrams Phone Calls -

Edgar Alston, the Scoutmaster, Thompson, a well-known church Sr. 2305 Woodsand St, boy, Dec. age 20 and Catherine Perry Flowers and New Friends Who Visited Our Studios
and an officer of the congregation* worker, and friends are asked to 30, 1955. 449 E..23rd St.. age 17.

has stated the effort is being call on her. Robert and Evelyn Jackson, Rufus L. Standley 630 W. 20th

sponsored in the interest of those 1 438. Illinois St, boy Jan. 2. St, age 27 and Minust Stephens, Melvin Grace Bob Hudson
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Brownof
who desire to 'learn ,more about 618 Phelps St, age 20.
Julius and Amy Laster. Jr.,
He said New Haven Coruw are visiting Walter F. McKnight, 963 West
Scouting. on panel
1559 W. 19th St, boy, Jan. 3.
with their ill mother in SL Augustine
will be men who know the valueof a 19th St, age 27 and Queen E.
Scouting, and they are well hospital near here. The ill James and Nancy Bryant, 1315 Hickson, 1552 Madison St, age 18.
woman U Mrs.Cosine Brown,whoIs W. 8th St, girl Jan. 4.
read and active in the program. Henry Walker, 910 Albert St,
Speakers will be John E. Bradford also the mother of Mrs. Rosa L. Raymond and Mamie Love, Sr. age 22 and Mary C. Wilson, 717
Burroughs of this city. wife of the 1770 Starr St.. boy Jan. 12. LaFayette St, age 19.
Ralph B. Stewart, Charles E. "
Simmons Jr. and Scout Leader Rev. J. W.' Burroughs. the minister Preston and Frankie Holmes, Bobbie C. Newton, 727 Blanche .. .

Steeley, and on hand with them of Grant Memorial AME 2423 E.Lincoln Court, boy Jan. 18. St, 'age 21 and Louis E. McFat- : -

will be Eagle Scouts, and Scout Church. this cirf Gusste and Wilma Alex, 1625 ten, 731 Blanche St, age 21. ,

Executive G. A. Mackay, M. L.I W. 31st St, girl Jan. 21. Ollie Thomas, 1870 W. 45th St,
Mrs. Shirley Wanamaker is ill 21 and Roberta Winn 1170 W.
Rudd, the executive here, L. M. Eugene and Allean Watson, Jr. age ,.
947 Albert Street
in her home at
St., 18.
Argrett, a group. chairman, and 1761 W. 30th St, boy Jan. 27. age
and friends are advised to please
others. Geo. Thompson, Jr, 2177 King-
call on her. She is active in Robert and Helen Mainor, Sr. ston St, age 30 and Mary Davis,
church and community affairs 3614 Franklin St, boy, Jan. 27. 727 Blanche St., -age 28.

Dr. Purycor To Speak here. Earland and Edith Pies 728 Elisha Bowden 750 Dewitt-St,

Court D, Blodgett Homes, boy age 21 and Pearlie M. Hilenter,

Will Give MessagePalatka Dr. Dan H. Stanton, Regional Jan. 28.Willie. 1105 Logan St, age 16.

Director of the American Bible and Ada Johnson, 1237 Billy Lundy, Rt. 7 Box 79, age
Society, who hails from Atlanta W. 13th St, boy. Dec.29, 1955. 21 and Carrie Goodman Rt. 7.
Sunday, March 25, a Ga., preached here twice Sunday, Ezekiel and Mary Haynes, 839 Box 87B. age 20.

one-hundred man drill will be and was heard by several hundreds Bridier St,boy Feb. 22. Frank G. Olds, 1318 Mt. Her- "THE DEACON" "THE KID"
sponsored at 3 Paul Wat-
kins at the p.Calvary m. by Baptist of persons in two churches.He Ira and MaybeUe Wright 2129B man St, age"'72 and Anna B. Heaven's Road 6:00.7:00 .... .. 7:00-9:00 e...
Church. preached Sunday morning in Mars St, boy Feb. 4. Chism. 1318 Mt. Herman, age Gospel Train No. 1 10:00.12:00 P.ro- ':00 ,... Sig> Off ."
the Ebenezer Methodist Church, Willie and Dorothy Hughes Gospel Train No. 2 1:00-3:00 p.&*- "-. i6{&- '. .
President R. W. of ..
Puryear the Rev. Evan M. Hurley,.minister 3705 Freeman Rd, boy Feb. 6.: 49.Geo.. Bruce 3715 Carmichael .: J'" .
Florida Normal and Industrial
,'and at a huge annual.Men's. Clarence and Doretha Williams, Ave, age 21 and Mattie Macon, Johnny Shaw.-t.. .
College will deliver the main ad- :. b'-
Day evening event in Bethel Bap- 1361 Prince St, boy, Feb. 9. 4180 Kermit Road, age 18. .,
dress. ,.
tist Church of which the Rev. Edward and Juanita Whitt, Jr. Alfred W. Johnson, 619 Clay 'it r-; "
The public is invited to this
Robert H. Wilson is minister. 1125 Grothe 51.. boy, Feb. 10. Sage 38 and Eleanor Lamb : ..
'affair. The Rev. L. D. Green is .
Julius and Mildred Pooler, 731 Catherine St, age 36., "
pastor.c.LI. 2426 Lantana Ave, boy, Feb. 15.: Edw. L. Griffin 1561 Louisiana 4

Is jour name in the book? You Carl and Annie Thomas, 1409 St, age 19 and Barbara J. Holmes s

SIFFEREIS can't vole in the primary elections W. 22nd St, girl. Feb. 15. 1556 W. Logan St, age 17.

on Mar 8lh and 29th unless you Earl and Juanita Williams. 1718
COLD dneemforts yield quickly t.BTANBACK'S register. Get your name on this McQuade St, boy, Feb. 20. ,
prescription formula.
STANBACK tablets or powder work Roll of Honor Registrationcloses Isaiah and Quincy Johnson Stars Over Radio !
fast to brma. comforting relief from April 6th. Books open: 8:39 4034 Moncrief Rd, girl. Feb. 21.

tired, ....., ocKing muscles,neuralgia a.m.to 5 p. m. daily.Tuesday and Willie 'and Gussie Davis, 1946 TALLAHASSEE-...Within the -
end headaches due to colds. Friday 6 p. m. to.9 p. m. .Hardee St, girl, Feb. 24. space of less 'than six months ,

Walter and?Dorothy Lewis. Jr. time, a modest attractive
1stRunROOSEVELT 2408 Lantana Ave, boy Feb. 24. young Florida A and M Univer-
John and Elizabeth Banks, 2078 sity coedwith' a golden voice
Woodside Ave. girL Feb. 24. ._ has'developed into one of the 7 JOYCE JOYNER .

SUN. Chaily and Delores Rhodes, most 'popular)local radio person- Newt.Weather. t
( THRU __ 1751 Johnson St, girl Feb. 27. alities. Woe ..'. Wend i:
Wm. and Percell Bradley 2413E. "- 12N..t.1
Tuu TUES. Each Sunday at.2:45: p. m. she SUM.
Lincoln St, girl Feb. 27. steps before the studio 'microphone -

WILL GET THE A. J. and Rosa Parker, 4939 for her weekly 15-minute "JUMPIN' WITH JOHNNY"NEWS. AND WEATHER
Campanella Dr. girl, March 4.
of classical and spiritual
program '9:00-10:00 -
SHOCK OF YOUR UFI Henry and Peggy Eteger. 1053 music. 3:00.6:00 .....
Old Hickory Rd, girl March 8. The promising young vocalist is

AT Samuel and Jo Hardwick 1947 soprano Smantha Edwards,
New Haven Rd, boy, March 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John WOBSJ
Walter 0. Garcia, 1035 May St, Edwards of,826 Dunn St, Talla WOBS We Pledge To.Bring You the Very
boy March 8.
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Ernest and Mary Beckworth -- Best In Radio Entertainment

2504 Hubbard St, boy, March 8. 1360 KG 1360 KC
Norman and.Claire Griffith 124 -RrVTRONtZEH _
Cottage Ave. girl March 9. rttiJtarAdvertisers YOUR ALL NEGRO PERSONALITY STATION
Joe and Lillie Blue Jr, 1265 ; x ,

Hurt St. boy March 7. ,

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Ltcal Pastors Will Be Featured I Sunday School Observes Anniversary Palm Sunday FRATERNAL NOTESThe i

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Will Hiilsler From Waycross, Ga.Men's ..:'f ;"'- 11";""':?( : :, .' ._ .."'y-''J.. ..:- <-'-, '. .. '" '...yJ Event! Is Set 76th anniversary of the
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J( _.m 1J "'! < ; : ':' ,, -%.:,.. Knights of Pythias will be ob-
Day will be observed Sunday, March 25, at the Grant'sMemorial ,"\: .: t"h';!f' .i In Zion Hope served on Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in
Castle Hall Broad and Union
AME Church beginning with Sunday School and continuing ..> :: Sts.
D. W. Perkins
will deliver the
throughout the day. { I
The Palm Sunday celebration of address for the Pythians and Mrs.
Visiting teachers have been in-
the Heroines of Jericho of the A. B. Parker will speak to the
vited to take charge of the various t1 .
classes. Easier Suday ;.t Most Worshipful Union Grand Calanthes.

Lodge of :Masons of this state will :Music will be furnished by the
The Rev. A. !:
Crumandy, pas be one of the Sunday church Gospel Chorus of the West Union
tor of the St. Paul Baptist Event Slated
events this week. Baptist Church.
Church; the Rev. W: L Jones, 'k'.
The services will be observed,
The Rev. J. S. Liptrot, pastor of
pastor of the First Corinth Bap-
tist'Church and the Rev. A. B.Hartley The Myrtle Avenue Ball Park beginning at 2:30 p. m. in the Zion the Tremont Baptist Church, his

at Myrtle Avenue and Seventh Hope Baptist Church on West choir and congregation .will be
of Friendly
Baptist -
Church" conducted services Street will be the scene of the Church Street, near Cleveland present.All .
and where the Rev. E. R. Simpson
dry-wide Easter Sunrise service -
last Wednesday evening.The min- '. Grand Lodge officers, depu-
isters were sponsored by Solomon Easter Sunday morning. : serves the pastorate. The pro- ties, chancellor commanders,

Small and were accompanied by This service is rponsored by the gram has been carefully plannedand worthy counsellors and membersare +
it is asked by Mrs. A. M.
Interdenominational Ministerial
their choirs and congregations.The to assemble at the appointedtime.
Alliance and it will be the first Frazier, the Deputy, that all of- .

Rev. J, W, Burroughs, pastor of Us-kind ever held in the city ficers of the order and the mem-

of the church, has announcedthe for colored citizens. The Alliance bers will please be at the church
Paul McKendrick of The Masonic Club of the Prince
is headed by the Rev. Robert H. at 2:15 p.m. for the assembly, and
Waycross, will speak at the 11 Wilson pastor of Bethel Baptist that they will wear all white uni Hall Masons will meet Sunday
L m. service. The Rev. McKen forms. March 25th at 4 p. m. in the Sey
Church.The main address will be
drick is 'a member of the Baptist delivered by President>> Wilson. The host church is looking for- moue Hall corner 3rd and Daris

Association and pastor of the i The combined choirs of the ward eagerly to the coming of the Sis. AU members are urged to b*

leading Baptist Church in Way- present. Business of importancewill
various churches of the dry and order for the service of worship at

cross. special selections by choral groupsof SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY The 43rd anniversary of the Sweetfield Baptist Sunday which time there will be heard be transacted. Washington

The general chairman for this the different schools.Accordingto School. Willie p. Sinclair superintendent and the Rev. Georg. W. Phillips pastor was observed on singing by various fine groups Williams is the president.

occasion will be James Warner. arrangements the program is Monday March 19. with a program. Mrs. Annie Lee Patterson acted as mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Al and individuals, and all Ciders of

Israel Law and Obie Asque are slated for one hour f.aJurln51lal. donia C. Joyner principal of R. L. Brown delivered the address and was presented by Miss Mabel the Masonic group are expected to

co-chairmen.: eat from the various denominations .Wright. Choir No. 2 and the Boylan-Haven Chorus rendered the music. The Rev. W. R. Akery. Mrs. come and have part in the annual Choir AnniversaryWill

of the city. Juanita Alexander. Mrs. Ruth Phillips. Mrs. Lucinda Jackson; Miss Vernell Watkins Mrs. Francis' John. feature of song, sermon and Be ThursdayThe

son. David Washington. Miss Glorida Singleton and Mrs. Gladys Singleton also appeared. praise.

.Miss Scott "To Sing Left to right in the photo front row is Willie Ella Holsey. Shirley Holsey. Gloria Holsey. Alberta of choir

State Rally Sunday Johnson. Lorensa Williams William Holsey and John. Holsey. .Second row: Mary Wills Barbara Wilson anniversary number -
3 of the Grants Memorial
Jn' Church SundayMiss Eloise Holsey. Yvonne Holsey. Yvonne Robinson. Samuel Williams. Johnnie Hooks. Third row: CHURCH I
AME Church will be observed
Planned In ChurchOn Linen Bailey Edna Williams. Juanita Bailey Mary Brunson. Vernal WaJdnso Helen Johnson and on
March 29 in the church.
Essie Mae Scott will ob- George Clark. Back row: Essie Mae Williams Howard Simmons and W. O. Sinclair. NOTESRev.
Mrs. Thelma Mitchell is chair-
serve her fifth anniversary Sun- Sunday March 25, a state

,day March 25:, in the Day Spring rally will be held in the St. Mat man of the program committeeand
Baptist Church beginning at 8:30p. thews AME Church. School Improvements Orators Conies! Easter Cantata Set L. B. Washington, pastorof Charlie Wiggins president of

m. The :following captains will Promised Parents Midway AME Church has an- the choir and have announced the

Choir No. 2 of the Second Bap-. nounced that services Sunday, program to include talents of the
make reports. North Carolina, Set For
In addition to Miss Scott's Sunday
ap- tist Church under the direction of churches .
Gainesville will be carried out in the usual participating.All
Rev. N. Mrs. The Alachua
McCrey; Georgia, -
the Golden Jubilee
"'pearance, Mrs. Lillian P. King is planning choirs boards and clubs of
manner with Sunday school beginning ,
Martha South Carolina, County School Board assured
-Singers, the Gospel Echoes, the Al Fernandina "The Thorn-Crowned the have been
King, an at 9:30 a. m. with the city invited.
male chorus of Zion Hope Baptist Henry McDaniels and Florida, delegates from the Lincoln-Negro
Easter Canata for March
Sunday, Superintendent in charge. The
Mrs Amanda Elementary School Parent-Teach
Church, the McCall Singers, MtArarat
25 at 7
p. m. pastor will have charge of the
Quintet, Dixie Jubilee The"support of every memberis ers Association Tuesday their Joe H. James, Commissioner of FLORIDA STAR
Friends are invited to plan at- morning worship which begins at
Singers, Miss Marva Hilton, the urged. plant will be jmproved when the Education for the First Districtof
this affair.COMMUNITY.
tending 10:55 a. m. The evening worship
new million-dollar high school IN EVERY
Norfolk.Four Quartet, Mrs. Gussie Florida Elk Past Exalted
Paige, Milton Hood, Mrs. Ethel unit in East Gainesville is com- Rulers and Past Daughter Rulers will begin at 6:30 p. m. with the
Junior Schools pastor or his appointee deliveringthe
Davenport Bannister and the Sis- High pleted. Council, has issued the announce CLUB
Choir No. 3 and
ters of the South will participate. : Will ParticipateThe The group requested redecorat ment that the Annual Oratorical MEETING CALLED message. .
Usher Board No. 2 will serve thru
lug, re-wiring improved heating,
master of ceremonieswill I Contest will take place in Fernan-
Serving as
two additional laboratories, smaller dina WEDNESDAY NIGHTRev. out the day.
..Sunday afternoon. Thecon-
be Ken Knight. :Mrs. Annie male division the Physi Learn Commercial Art
; The Spring Rally is still in
desks, stairs repairs, librarian
a test will be held in Peck High
Mae Lundy Lewis will act asguest cal Education of Junior
Department The termination will be Start AaytitM
assistant principal, lunchroom. School. B. L. Wynn, president of progress.
pianist. High Schools' ,will 'participate supervisor and teachers and fa-'! Contesting for honors in the the Lavilla Community Civic on April 22nd, with the March of G. I. APPROVER
.on Sunday, March 25, when theMen's I Queens. Each Board and Auxil-
cilities for art, industrial arts, First District will be students rep- Club has issued an announcement AMERICANSCHOOL
Day will be observed in the homemaking and physical educa- resenting high schools of Jack- urging all citizens of precinct 5D iary is working very hard to have OF ART

BAPTIST MINISTERSTO Grants Memorial AME Church. sonville' St. Augustine,.Pajatka, 5C, and 8D to meet Wednesday its Queen crowned.

: These groups were invited by tion.A 60-day extension for completion Gainesville and Femandina. night, March 28, at 8 p. m. in the Mve4 To Hew Loco.".
MEET and E.
Emmets-Reed; proomes of Lincoln High School because I The first price will be a trip to Abyssinia Baptist Church, coiner Revival Sessions 24PILL Floe,

co-chairmen, to appear on the of a collapse of steel arch the Elks State Convention which Union and Dewitt Sts.

Baptist Ministers_ Brother- program at.3:30 o'clock. frames erected by a subcontractorwas will be held in Tampa, April 8. All members are asked to be Revival services are being held
hood will be students from
of Duval and Featured
adjacent coun-
requested by architect Myrl The winner at the state conven- present Business of vital impor- and March 28th
nightly through
ties will meet Monday, March 26, James Weldon Johnson, Isaiah
tance will be transacted. THE PLUG
Hanes.CALENDAR. Rev. B.
tion will compete in'the national
in the Church of God in Christ
,at 11 in the Bethel Blocker Anderson and
a. m. Baptist Douglas
contest which"will be held at the L. Wynn is the president and :Mr.
State Temple by Eldler D. Daw-
Church.The order of the day will Matthew W. Gilbert. National Convention of Elks. Lawrence Phillips is the reporter. ON STOMACH ,IPSET

be the general business of the "Athletic with a Christian Purpose" son. Half-alive,headachy when constipation
The of local
the win-
Brotherhood. Rev. J. C. Sams, is the theme for the pro sponsors sour stomach Black-Draught
ners will also be given transpor- relieves constipation oteratg"C.I
president of the Progressive State gram. Each school will present SATSUMA NEWS Helps'sweeten sour stomach too.
tation to the convention city. INCOME TAXRETURNS,
,Convention which was held in three selections and a speaker EVENTS Ltxattn-Stnucfc Smetnar Milts Ovenrittti
Short Form $Z 0 No harsh griping. Made from
lake Wales Florida will be present from each school is expected to vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
Farm )
to give a summary of. the make remarks. By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter Long $4JI gently uncorks. clogged Intestines.
Student Is Fired
Brings comforting relief la rooming..
meeting. The faculties, student bodies Choir No. 2 of Second Baptist Mrs. Carrie Bell Jenkins and NED JACKSON Then life looks sunny again Get

Rev. H. H.',Robinson is the and friends are invited to attend. Church, under the direction of son have returned to their homein TAX EXPERT Black-Draught today.
In rvwitr or Omctataf at
president, and Rev. G. W. Miller Mrs. Lillian P. King will presentan By legislature Dania, Fla. after having spent 133 Clay SL Ph. EL 13'1"I ;01* err tea. ttf-to-ut* lent.toot .
AJ4. Till I P.M. b..ttIJ1'J'U :Deer eo.stNaY.
"is the reporter., Easter Cantata, Sunday eve 3 weeks with her mother and J Boon muma. wcestisa

t Choir Will PresentIts ning. March 25 at 7 p. m. in the friends. "iahoaw I bener-aw' ** Uqutdl

church auditorium. The name of Columbia, 5.-C. Raymond L. Mrs. Shorter celebrated her

AnniversaryThe the Cantata is "The Throned Morton, a white student at the 36th birthday Saturday night with

g? KefefofPAIN Crowned1 ing" University of South Carolina, was her friends.

No. 3 choir of the Grants fired by the SouthCarolina, legislators Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Seymoure CHAMPION'SMEN'S

Memorial AME Church will ob- Several Will : where he was employed as celebrated their first anniversarylast

serve its anniversary on March 29 Appear a page boy for writing an anti- Sunday, March 18, at their AND BOY'S WEAR

in the church, beginning at 8 p. m. Recreation Center segregation article in a school home with relatives and friends. y

Mrs.Thelma Mitchell, presidentand newspaper, 'The Gamecock."
Mrs. Suelina Brown had as her
Cat PAH$ W HCAOACMC... NfUfUL- members are planning a great "An Evening of Enlightenment"will He charged: "The state senate house guests her brotherinlawand Short Sleeve Sport Shirts ....................... $1.59

"ITa.OtA NtVHiTIt. POWDER tTANSACK STAN BACK TAB isnd program and an invitation is extended be presented by Broken- and Southern governors have become niece from Sarasota, Fla. Cool Washable Dress Slacks. ........ $3.98
a aa lyi. <.i>m far*>..la .. (TAN. to all choirs, boards and 1 an embarrassing sound
......... .. borough Mission on March 29 at
lACK .a
*.r MHiIaII" *
pete **....a** tot* aa. my to take pem.*.. cubs. j 8 J p. m. in the Recreation Center. truck for the South in their handling : LEARN TO DRIVE Nylon Mix Dress Sox ............... ..... 4-for $1.00
TM ..... dbsti- d hosee1ULTIKS of the issue." He
l-.-i......fcrtaf*......mare. Mrs. Pearl Timmons and Mrs.
Amy Type
: .........ew.easi.. .ssbtt sad Waste.MuMI J Isaboll[ Fountain will give musical wrote that he was "ashamed to Tk Qnkkest Tfce Eeriest

Msay..ris pia .. --I' JI numbers and a skit entitled "Geting be called a Southerner" and that Way To Laura Khaki & Grey Work Pants .......... .......... $2.98

.:=::;-C "'W" 1 Him Told" will.be presentedby he was one"only by the biological. AJAXDRIVING Redrd.r $27.95 Veto
....... .. ..... accident of birth."
aafca Br 4, aahtogataa err
;. rdw."..,..Era. ..:' wM._UPU IC.*.**.*.ar....... 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis* Wilcox Lt. Gov. E. F. Hollings in an- SCHOOL 100% Wool Sport Coats ............ Now $18.95
CTAJOAOK tarttarMfeatt briq.anhrll5a I accompanied by MM Patricia
.. tees fuss...'-UwUAJlMcK Ar.tt.aar .. nouncing Morton's discharge from
t Thomas and Louis Jenkini CALL EL 44)639) (Use Our Convenient Lay-Away Plan -
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oront .e.rrtotls* bee the $44 a week part-time job said:
w..rti far(a*rM e1 M.. The Rev. Brokenborough will George Perpena
]render several piano selections. "No employe who has made such 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
'- Hostesses will be Mrs. Eloise criticisms could be kept on the 1134 W. 5th Street1.poss

J Jt Roundtree, Mrs. Mary Ann Mat- payrolL;
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i I news Mrs. Sarah Kelley, airs.
t Geraldine Hardie, :Mrs. Mary S.
} Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
: t Brown and Mrs. Dora Swift

t Friday and Saturday March 23-24


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'I BORIS KAUOFF will be a Spiritual Tea

:; f *'. "SABAKA" Sunday, March 25, at 3 p. m. in DRUG STORE NEEDS
the home of Mrs. IV L. Johnson

f 1468 Mrs.Grothe M. Rogers Street.will be hostessfor 1 ,4 WOMi'S FASTEST _LING Trade With Your
...- Sunday and Monday March 25 26 : HAM STXAIGHTfHiR Neighborhood Drug Store
.. this occasion. Mrs. Mattie N.

I s "LEFT HUMPHREY HAND BOGART OF GOD" r, Bennett of New Bethel AME ... J We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
: Church is captain. The public is lUCK IIHII
f ... In Your Local
# cordially invited to attend.INGowNHURTING \ Papers

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Florida Council On Human Relations Raps Dixie Manifesto

Letters Sept .To Florida Leaders NAACP Asks Beauticians Make Gift To Mt. Ararat SanitarianS I

I -, a .. S S .
By. BOlD Relations Coucil High Court Y; w.

i DAYTONA BEACH The Southern "manifesto. challengingthe To Integrate

U. S. Supreme Court edict on integration will "benefit no one"

declared the Florida Council for Human Relations. ?

The council said in letters to Baltimore The 'Federal District -

Sens. George Smathers and Spes- Gore Wins Award Court has been asked by the

sard Holland they found it diffi- NAACP to require the St. Mary's ': "5

cult to believe that the manifesto County Board of Education to :

signed by many Southern sena- TALLAHASSEE -- Dr. GeorgeW. integrate public schools.

tors and representatives '"really Gore Jr., distinguished: presi.. K
reflects their dent'of Florida A and M Univer- The suit contends some 66 Ne- ,
own thinking.
,sity. was awarded the coveted gro children are traveling from "
"Surely destruction of common i Honor Key of Kappa Delta Pi, four to eight miles to school although )t.

faith in the integrity of our high-" I national honor society in education they live much closer to ( ; '
est authority will benefit no one
"for 20 years of conspicuous schools restricted to White chil-
the letters said in part. "Adding I
I service to Kappa Delta Pi, and toeducation" dren.
confusion to the present atmos- MIDS
during Founders' assembly : eR"w
phere will make our job infinitelymore h
I here last Friday before
difficult your own oppor-
tunity more limited." :some 2,000 persons. Reitz Commends A Up of the Pepd Cap Set
i bel e entsundint yemiimerirams. <

The council is an interracial organization I I rountry ae4. whe..r c make.iuiultyplace e.
devoted to the peaceful MASS RALLY PLANS GAINESVILLE-Dr. J.Wayne e better la which to UT..

adjustment of problems involvingrace I Reitz. president of the Universityof PRESENTATION Beauticians
The City-Wide : presented hair dressing equipment to *
relations. Director WilliamK. MADE FOR MONDAYA Florida, said recently that the the ML Ararat Sanitorium recently.: 'Standing left to right. Mrs. ,Carrie Adams. Mrs. Lottie Mitchell .

Williams and Associate Director student leaders and student bodyare Sfn. Retha M. Davis. Mrs. Rose L. Toulds Mrs. Juanita Lewis. Mrs. Nancy Travis Mrs. Ethel L Jones.Urs. .

Howard D.Roberts signed the city-wide civic mass meeting to be commended for the calm E. Brookins. Mrs. Bessie Harris. Mrs. Collie Johnson Mrs.Irene Harrison. mascot Brenda J.Harris

letters. will be held Monday, March 26, matter' in which they have react- and E. P. Jones. Sealed left to right.-Mrs. Ethel Lee. Mrs. Loma Smith Mrs. Annie Burs. Mrs. Ma. -
at 8 p. m. in the Elk's auditorium ed to, the U. S. Supreme Court tilda Johnson and Mrs. Annie Kate Breaker.

712 W. Duval SL decision regarding Integration at .
Don't lose your s vote! Register
There will be and the university.The .
BOW for this year's key primary singing Given Sheet Shower :Nab Minister
election on May 8. Registration speaking. immediate admittance of Support j

closes April 6. Books open 8:30 Candidates seeking office and Virgil Hawkins to the universitylaw

..'ra to S p. m. daily. Tuesdays the public is invited.P. school was the court decision
The hearty support and encouragement delayed in making their On Bus
and Fridays 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. L. Taylor is chairman. handed down last week. contribu-I Boycott
from citizens : the,tion and desire to !
J ckso : ..
a ; nville community throughtheir fore services orcwsitrJUKTS: in i

response to the recent sheet protecting the health of our community MONTGOMERY, Ala.The .

shower for Brewster Hospital may contact the hospitalor I Rev. Arvie Banks another Ala- ,, ,.-t.'
I feed baby sponsored by the Supply Committee any one of the committee members -i bama Negro minister was arrest- -., V.. ,,'

your of Brewster Auxiliary has afforded by telephone or mail. Mrs. i ed al Clanton Ala. on an indict- .$ '., r

results for which the en- Mary Lewis Betsch Chairman of ment charging participation in P&ISCILLA U BOSTONNew

tire group wishes to express its the Supply Committee, Mrs. EdnaP. Montgomery's continuing bus StantemHlch '

appreciation. At the auxiliary Adams Mrs. Lucile Clark, Miss boycott.The Sehoel

meeting, the committee expressedits Lucylle Glymp, Mrs. Helen Rev. Banks was identifiedby Pepsi-Cola Dealers are
happy to salute thia honorstudent
CARNATION gratefulness for the contribu- Grimes Mrs. Helen Overstreetand Sheriff Mac Butler's office as president of tbeDramatic

tions received. Miss Daisy Gilliard, committee the pastor of a Baptist Church at of the Asso.Glee and Club.member She

Contributors to the drive were: members. Clanton. His arrest, brought the AME IS a:member Church of and St.eerveaas Paul

; : Mrs.. Alveta Allen Mrs. Olga total number of defendants in the organist of the Sunday
: America'shealthy.b Bradham, Mrs. Etta Brooks Mrs. Urban Leagie mass boycott indictments to 93.Banks' .

Jardine Brown Mrs. Mildred part in the boycott was %it ._ )f.
5 Bush. Mrs.M. G Cave Allen Cha- not spelled out in the indictment

vis Mrs. Eunice Coker, Mrs. A. Gels $50,000 From but he was questioned by investi-

B. Coleman Mrs. Lula Cuthbert I gating officers while in Montgomery -

"milk! Tom Davis Mrs. Vera Davis, Mrs. Ford Foudafioi since the bus dispute began.

Davis Duncan Mrs. Annie Fleming December
5, 1955 was the be-
Mrs. Gamble, Mrs. J. Haz- of bus
ginning the boycott in pro-
zard Mrs. Oscar Hillman Mrs.R. NEW YORK The National test against segregated seating facilities -

Humphrey, Mrs. O. R. Jackson Urban League has received $50.- on Montgomery City Lines

Mrs. Eliza James 'Mrs. W. W. 000 from the Ford Foundation's buses. There has not been a letup

Johnson Mrs. Eloise Lewe), Mrs. Fund for the Republic to financea since the beginning of the boycott. ....

Massey, Mrs. Mary J. Todd McKenzie two-year education program in -. "i
Mrs. F:" M. ,Nixon. Mrs. the area of-industrial race rela- ." :/ >,
Gussie Randall Mrs. Peter Robinson. tions. I: : '
Whites And Negroes ,
Second Bapilst Church Mrs. <
The grant will provide the Na- .,.." .' -
James Smith Mrs. E. B. Staley, v- '
tional Urban consultantand
; < .
At SchoolPeoria '
$ Friendly : J i.
Mrs. Josephine Tunsill Mrs. John informaton services in indus-

Wash Mrs. Susie Wharton. This trial relations to management and
group presented a total of 64 IlL A series of fights JOSEPH SPENCER LEE
labor in an effort to expand em-
sheeets with Second Baptist giving ployment opportunities for Negroes involving at times as many as 50 New Stanton
:; boys was halted Tuesday by Hl h School
; 27. An anonymous gift was in the growing industrialization <
shaking of hands by Negro and
also received. Mrs. Emma Bost- of the South. Here's a student who
wick and Second Baptist gave a white high school students. 11 k e Pepsi-Cola always
The will emphasize hit the spot serving as
total of 17,pillow cases with Sec- program The demonstration took place at president of homeroom
conferences institutes, interviews. and treasurer of the Student -
two special assemblies at Peoria'smanual
ond Baptist giving 15.
Council Lee Is a
with union leaders, conferences training high school member of the graduating
C4 : Cash contributions amounting, with personnel heads of corpora- where 1000 students are enrolled.School class great future.and is planning a
to $134.25 was given by Alton I tions and visits to plant personnel -authorities believe the

zFt, w 4 Adams Mrs. Edna P. Adams, directors.Dr. 4
____ Bethel Baptist Church Mrs. youngsters have solved a bad '
Lester B. Granger, Executive situation before police action be- -
'k1Y s Lewis Betsch Mrs. J. O. Buch-
Director of the League said
anan Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Burney, came necessary. .
that Southern Negroes were ex- Prof.:A. Gray Adamson of Man- '
Mk yro II, Mrs.. Claudia Bums Mrs. Em-
Y tremely anxious to make their ual High conferred Monday night ?
ma B. Brown Mrs.
; 1i-LMiPs contribution to national defense with the school board and police .
Byrd Mrs. Marie Calhoun Mrs. "
and to the growing industrialization decided
Lucile G. Coleman Mr. and Mrs. officials. They to assem- II
of the Southland. Continuing, ble the entire school body and lay "
M. B. Coppedge, Ernest Crosby,
Dr. Granger observed that whilea table.
the cards on the
Mrs. E. B. Davis Mrs. Etta Deas >
few significant gains have been
Mrs. Elizabeth Ford, Mrs.O. Ham- }
"w :;;rooo
made a survey by the league revealed :7?>.. R
ry ilton Mrs. Sam P. Harris Mrs. r;<
that Negro workers were ;.
Betty James, Mrs. Flossie Jones for QUICK RELIEF of
actually given every. few opportunities : -:.
Kordettes Club, Mr. and Mrs., H.
to make their contribu HEADACHENEURALGIA
B. Leapheart Mrs. Elzona Lewis
tion to Southern industrial grow-
James H. Lewis Mrs. S. P. Livingston -

ghi.Ala! NewKb Pa,,a rWftfr Wtow tA.Iasi CanlafloaHomlfewe Ham/My 8abr Coati! Sn, Mrs. Sallye B. Mat- th. ,.N.f

CARNATION CONTEST WINNER his Nacrema Club Mrs. Blumer
BRIDESI If you married since Ease Pains of ITirtdirheIfcoralria
Rogers, Mrs. James Rogers St. VIOLET MJZABKTH
TW' SARST> rouft! i or MIlK for your their babies a Carnation formula Phillips Episcopal Church, Wo- the last election you have to register tamS Acting- Neuritis STANBACE.Test + wSfc. ADAMS
to vote in this
again :
b&by'abott e.-.themostnourishing say: "My doctor recommended 1t. men's Auxiliary, Mrs. C. E. Simmons yearnsprimary New Stamten
election on May 8th and STANBACK......
and most digestible, too..that'a So you se -In all the world, there'sCarutioa Jr., Mrs. Wilhelmina Skin- 29th. Be sure your "Married"name yynyuu'vstn High School
ner, Mrs. Clarence Smith, Mrs. This lady to aMnior
,the"healthy baby"milk no finer health-building formula for Mrs. is in the book. Registration used See hew young chaplain of her
Ethel Spears Sophie Starks
every doctor knows. your precious baby than one made Frankie Summers, Mrs.Marian closes April 6th. Books open: 8:30a. .... re&ef comH -. homeroom of ftident clan and CounciL member

Eight out of 10 mothers who feed with Carnation Milk. J. Sutton Mrs. Jesse L. Terry, m. to S p. m. dally. Tuesdaysand Violet younger is set popular in school with and tbe

Mrs. Evelyn Thompson Fridays 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. 11M( church activities.Ce .

The goal is for 600 sheets for .- S. .'.
BEST BRAND FOR YOUR the hospital. This number is'necessary -, Your Negro Newspaper ..r.4

to provide an adequate: Stands For The RightsOf l'
i.t..b ieM tnmPfpri
supply for the comfort of its c
uiri tlKaAw.il
Ceta t.
COOKINGAND patients. Friends who have beenlI.you're The Negro People tl...M Merit

", ...nl

Lbt.. t. Pcs' Merit
COFFEE TOO Avert .oht. ..I a
P...l Cel T II He kt
out .f.t9f.
TIME. WUHC. 1400
\t'. \ ,rO, .. VMT ..!. .fctwr.rflOlt .
..t A.M.
4 "- ...f' 0< .
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: HTnI-I1EN> IHG Camatioa wi/ess/ you're.registered, ,i. .:;
lives you smooth flavor and = This fa the place where street get ..
paved where governments are .
w results t1me..taeveryrecipethatcausfortnak.
made and presidents elected.

EVAPORATD: If you're not in the book if
you and)"OCII'trieada aren't on the
CUAMT-ftlCH Carnation"creams" MILK list of registered voters,you won't
even have the rfeht to eqoawk later
coffee fruits a nuusio.NOMQCV, on. It takes only a few mmntm.. I
and cereals to perfe t1on. Nobody can do it for TOO. Get I .

Carnation Is the rich milk that your' :name in the book todtyl lit Run! Qt j Calepeetas

toll..,too!Got seven!CUM todarl! '... ee+faefaCnre" Real..*.r for rfc. primari* t ofttibM

f olefr r.....asst PlaeeiJl.i c / ROOSEfELTSUN. ;
trenLBre taunts BHANO or KVAPOMTIO ttiucHffffons -
.... ... *
Ad es s _ba.a1 8IJ -
prefer it'to other brand/ ...... ..Als.rtltt__ TUB.
wtretM Wi -km Pepsi;

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:- TMf FLQ1UDA STXft. : Sehl1'4ay, March 24, 1956

; ; :' News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

.. Putnam County News I Press Workshop At A. and M. Draws Many Pool And School ; 2 Jaxons Sing

%.* BY E. J. VBEEH \ I

) '.*- tel Madison Street Palatka. Florida Hopes Look Good I At Local Farm

:-tr C Phone East s-3815r _

Two well-known Jaxons and
ville City Commission said Tuesday -
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK V Nv splendid singers. Miss Essie Mae
'1 L night ground-breaking for
"Registration and ,vote boob will close April_7." the proposed $75,000 Negro swim- Scott, Miss Mary Smiley and F. R.
Davis, the latter a jeweler here,
Our lad week's guest to the movie was Mrs. Mary Bartelle Jones ming pool here is awaiting a corporation's accompanied Miss Eartha M. M.

who is the daughter ofMrs. Annie Mae Haines. decision on building a White founder-president of the

This.week we are sending out; subdivision near the pool site. Clara White Mission, the Old

an invitation to a young lady who served. A new sewage lift station to Folks Home and other units of

has lived in Palatka all her life I serve the new Lincoln Negro High charity here to the county prison

think.She is a faithful member.of and the proposed pool adjacent to farm Sunday where services were
A Community Male Chorus was : < it must be builded by the city.
Bethel AME Church and lives rendered by the group and enjoyed -
organized recently with twentymen Commissioners said they were
with her mother and son. For sev- highly.
eral years she resided on the out- attending the meeting.The J-i.z willing to build a larger station to The beauti-
young women sang
following officers were i. serve both projects and the sub-
skirts of town; but recently that s fully and Miss White was heard
section has become.the swankiest elected: Horace ,Jefferson, presi. S division, if the corporation decidesto
by the large numbers of inmates.
residential section of the city with dent: A. C. Williams secretary' ; acquire 40 acres for develop-
was highly enjoyedand
no more rising creeks. This lady W. C. Belton. pianist ;and Earl ment immediately east of the program compliments the
if the life of a certain business Vreen, business'ager.. school property. I contributing Jaxons.Florida .
place. am sure her boss will for- A program was rendered by,the A Negro delegation was told by

give me. She possesses a very group on Sunday afternoon at the \ Mayor-Commissioner'' Clark But

comical personality, is pleasingly Episcopal Church in Palatka. S ; S.5 ler, that if a citizen's swimmingpool I
plump and somewhat,easy on the = __________ committee were to decide on Normal
She ;o rig ::: ________ the smaller lift station, the pool
eye.should Now know need this I say invitation more? is the The Mt.Rev Vernon R.W. Miller Presbyterian, pastor.of 3 :1s: __ could be built immediately but Preparing For

the tentative subdivision would
meant for her. I will give her two Church his wife and daughter returned -
have little chance of being served
take the to I .
passes so she can baby to the city recently after
by city sewer
the show vacationing in Miami Fla.. SummerST.
1'b : Star Miss 3 9,
Florida requests
Green'to be their guest'for lunch Mrs. Bobbie Sanders is con- Home Sessions AUGUSTINE Florida

Monday in the cafetorium of Cen- valescing at Flagler Hospital in Normal and Industrial Memorial

tral Academy. Miss Green is a St. Augustine, Fla., after under- S 55 SJ Will BeHeld College in St. Augustine will be-

senior and is the daughter of Mr. going surgery. gin its summer school session on

and Mrs. James Green. Monday, June 14. and will con-

The Rev. L. D. Green accompanied Y n i.S'kA' Y Ww> ".'r. W ..yt.. vy..xyk. dT.t DAYTONA BEACH-The llth tinue through August 4, accordingto
Rev. J.Hughes, pastor of ML by several ladies of the annual convention of the Home- announcement by George O.
Month Baptist Church. left last church visited Mrs. Carrie Johnson i PRESS WORKSHOP SCENES More than 75 students attended the sixth annual Honda A makers of America will meet at Phillips. Registrar. Registration is
for Lake Fla. I and M University interscholastic press workshop held recently. Some of the scenes from the event are Bethune-Cookman College o
Wednesday Wales in the Flagler Hospital. n scheduled for 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. of
where he is attending the Prosnuln above. Top right two students: show their certificates of attendance to workshop consultant Eric O. March 2930.Outstanding. the opening day.

Baptist State Convention. Simpson (right), editor-publisher of The Florida Star in Jacksonville. consultants under
Courses will be offered in Elementary -
John E. Ford SchoolTo At the right a group of students surround James K. Baylor. instructor in presswork in the department the supervision of Mrs.,, Jesse M. Education, Physical Education -

Mrs Elena Austin who has of printing. as he operates the university printing press on which the four-page workshop Fears state adviser of the'Florida and religious education.

been visiting her sister in Brooklyn Present Its Play.. newspaper. The Workshopper" was printed. Association of New Homemakersof Special offerings will include a
Bottom photo shows the consultants with President and Mrs. George W. Gore Jr. with whom
N. Y. for two weeks has returned America will be present to give workshop Teaching the Slow
,to her home in East Palat- they had lunch on Friday at their home. Sunshine Manor. Left to right. C. J. Smith. IlL workshop di- direction to this meeting. Learner" and a course in Driver
Fla. The Magic Charm, Spring rector: Wesley W. South public relations director. Johnson Publishing Company; President Gore; Marion Crafts and recreation will be
ka. Education. Students will be
Operetta, will be presented by i E. Jackson sports editor. The Atlanta Daily World: Eric O. Simpson editor-publisher. The Florida featured. per-
students of John E. Ford Elemen- Jacksonville Mrs. Core A. K. radio station WHRC. Jacksonville Samuel E. Russell, mitted to matriculate for a maxi-
Mr.and Mrs.Fred Colee,motor- Star ; Knight ; co Serving as consultants duringthe mum load of eight semester hours.
ed to Florahome last Sunday to tary School on March 27 at .7:30 ordinator.Trade and Industrial Education. School of Engineering and Mechanic Arts A & M; and Rob- crafts and recreation period Summer session courses the
o'clock. ert M.Ratcliffe. national editor. The Pittsburgh Courier. (A & M Staff Photo by James Walden) carry
attend the funeral of the late Mr. will be news will be Mrs. Florence L. Small _tamp.___ _amount n- nt credit _And__ areorganized
Dennis Carter. Mrs. Colee taughtschool Directing the operetta and Harvey W. Lee, arts and on the same time basisas
for several Mrs. Mary T. Gillis, chairman; crafts D. L. Leaver and James
in Florahome ON PROGRAM ;
JWs.j Mrs. Lois M. Roberts cochairman Wafers 'RatesStudentsHigkFortytwo I Powaaa Park News Williams square dancing. 30 to regular-session courses.
The-college, located in the old-
and Mrs.
Mrs. B. E. Jenkins 40 girls will make up each group.
est city of the United States, offers
A. B. Nathan.
Mrs. Mary_ Pierce and Mrs. Also serving as consultants will
By Mrs. Florence McBride summer school registrants an
Katherine Harrison left two Characters will include a princess be the NHR Chapter Advisers.
unusual opportunity to get a first-
weeks ago for Miami for an indefinite bats, goblins and a counselor.The Services at Mt. Tamo Baptist The goals of the NHA are to
hand look at the "Ancient City"Attraction
students made the
stay. public is invited. b Church was enjoyed by all who promote better home life for
centers like the Wax
Edward Waters Honor
College attended. The Superintendentgave members of their families; to pro-
i Roll and ten made the Dean's list. Museum alligator farms. Ripely's"Believe
Mrs. Julia ,White .eo-oweex of remarks on the lesson titled mote individual growth to provide
the'J and R Nursing Home invited 'Shine And Lottery Special congratulations go to "Jesus Institutes the Last Sup- wholesome recreation and to It or Not" Museum and
Mrs. Louise Marineland are within easy reachof
B. Wash, who led the
celebration The delivered work together to give school and
to share her birthday per. pastor an en-
Arrest Made On Man Dean's list, with a straight 3.0 service. students. Cultural, spiritual,
in the Manhattan Inn joyable message on the subject community
Mia Annie Ma. Thomas. Miss average. Congratulations also go "The doors of hell were open unto This meeting was formerly and recreational opportunities area

An&ie Mae Williams.Mr.and Mrs. OCALA Alonzo Campbell, to the three freshmen who made them and destruction had no scheduled for April at the Collegebut part of the summer school pro-

Robert Sharp Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ocala Negro man was arrested the Dean's list. They are:Jo Ann cover." due to overcrowded facilitiesof gram. ,

W..... C. B. Pollard. Mrs. Rosa Monday by Sheriff David Baillie Williams Gloria Philip and Regi- the institution, the meeting waS Students and teachers interested

BelULanc. Mr. and Mrs. Willie and charged with possession oi nald Bray, The Ministerial Alliance rendered re-scheduled for,''the Easter holi- in summer study and ad-

Wa1 .r. Mrs. Fannie Mae Thomas moonshine and a lottery ticket. Edward Waters started its sec- Y a most enjoyable program. day period. venture are invited to'write- for

,Mrs. Delia Williams Mrs. The lottery ticket, Campbell explained ond semester with an enrollmentof Rev.. 'Morris, pastor of Bethel The Florida Association of the particulars to the office of the

Rosa'While. Mrs. Leila Thomas. he picked up on the- over 50 new freshmen, with AME Church was master of cere- NHA is one of the foremost in the Registrar, Florida Normal and
while from students coming from as far northas r- and for the decade has i Industrial Memorial College, St.
coming nation
Mrs. Annie B. Brinson. Mrs. Lore&e street Sunday monies. The speaker of the hour past
Walker Earnest .W h i t.. church. New York. was Rev. J. A. Wright pastor of been one of the brighter spots in Augustine Florida.
The Men's Senate due :
,. to grad-
James Walker. Mrs. Marian The moonshine was hidden near Shiloh in Palatka, Fla. the homemaking program in the
Smith. Mrs. Rosamond Millar and his house by a friend and he picked uation, lost two of its capable officers state of Florida.
David Williams president, .... .
Mrs. Tlochelle Dumas. Games it up to taste it and see whatit ------------
and Harold Frazier treasurer. Mr. Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill
he also said. Miss Florence Griffin of Matthew
were played and a tasty menu was,
Williams was' succeeded by Isaiah W. Gilbert High School will at her home and your prayers are Dr. Gore Addresses

Williams and Mr. Frazier by give the occasion when the asked for her recovery.On Are SetThe
1st RUN Tommie Bush. Florida Open Forum
Brokenborough Mission persents
There is a instructor the Sunday afternoon the Silver
new on
1 ROOSEVELTSunday an evening of enlightenment at
III I campus.She is Mrs.Mildred Jean- the Recreation Center Thursday Tea, was held in the home of Mrs. PALM BEACH The Negro Rt. Rev. Wales R. Nesbitt,

Tuesday ette Lee Bonner who holds de- night. March 29. featuring Rev. M. L. Frank. and Higher Education." was the Sr, Presiding Prelate of the

grees from Tennessee A. and L Brokenborough. in his debut as a title of an address by Dr. George Church of God in Christ, Western

University and from Meharry. composer-pianist. Other talented Several members of Allen W. Gore president of Florida A. Florida Jurisdiction, proclaims the

Medical College. artists will appear. The public is Chapel AME Church, along with and M.- University, at last Thurs annual Holy Convocation Fast
MAI NE[ A AMDVE A' The Les Filles De Charmes, and laved the pastor Rev. Starkes motoredto day night's meeting of the Florida Days for the annual Holy Convocation

the Les Bon Cammarades, Social I Satsuma, Fla. last Sunday.. Open Forum the last meeting of which convenes at the

Clubs have,sent out letters of invitation the current winter season and the Greater State Temple, 338 Chelsea -

to persons who are eligi- Young Tampan end of the 24th year that the St,March 28 thru Wednesday,
ble for membership.The Knocks Down AnotherTAMPA To Hear Soloist forum has been in operation. He April 4.This .

[ Vogue XIII Social Club an is the first Negro to address the religious leader of more

.. .aU.E organization for women which A Tampa Negro TALLAHASSEE When the group. than 30 years in the State will

S has as its objectives scholarshipand man, Ulysses Grady, 22, pleaded North Carolina Little Symphony enter the temple at 9 a. m. Tues-
:w A? pride has just finished its guilty Monday to a manslaughter plays at Florida A and M Univer- FAMOUS LAST WORDS: 1 day with his officers workers and

initiation of new members. The charge resulting from the death of sity Sunday, March 25, Paul forgot to register. You can't vote laymen and remain there in con-

new members are Barbara Gal- a white man he knocked down. Gruppe, 'cellist, will be soloist. In this year's key primary elections secration and prayer until Wed-

lon, ,Eunice Green Gloria Sykes, -The victim was Jesse Wilson He will play "Kol Nidre" by unless you register now. Is nesday at 6 p. m. At this same

"- .., and Anna Belle Moore. Crane, 52, of Tarpon Springs. Bruch. your name in the book? Registra time the executive officers of the

Judge L. A. Grayson referred the Gruppe was born in Rochester, tion closes April 6th. Books open: church will assist Bishop Nesbittin

case to probation officials for pre- N. Y., and received his musical 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. daily. Tues administering Holy Commu
Satsima News
sentence investigation. education in Holland and France..days and Fridays 6 p. m.to S p. m. nion.

IHOUR 'B,. Mrs.'Cornelia Shorter # .

: Miss Ester Mae Doddy was the
house guest of Miss Mae Pearl
Doddy last week-end. when I answered Tine, thank you'. I never

ERs felt as good as could. as good as I knew I should, until I
W Services held at St. Johns Baptist -
Church was enjoyed by all started taking S.S.S. TONIC to re-build my iron-starved blood.

who attended. Rev. Hope, minis- S.S.S. TONIC supplies that extra iron energy you need to feel
Jnc -' ter of Mount New Baptist Churchof
East Palatka ,' delivered the r_- as good as you should. Iron Deficiency Anemia slows you down.
message. T Start today with S.S.S. and watch how this potent iron tonic

BACHELOR BUNDLES Mr..and Mrs'Shorter, Mr*. Sue- begins to perk up your appetite and to make you feel good again

lina Brown and Mr. Joe Walker fast This combination of iron and Nature's own

motored to Augustine, to visit roots and herbs has never been duplicated.
5 HOUR Rev. Commings.Mrs. -
Millions depend on S.S.S. TONIC to keep 0
+ .-Carrie and soil :
eecttfelfv Lcmdera* e.. FiebfceJ. :Bell were them feeling as good as they should. Why t!!
the verrvpJeasant: house guests of I-

--J ,,*'1l / her mothei.Sho don't you? Begin now to build iron-rich

$' blood with S.S.5. TONIC liquid or convenient .
,Miss Inez Shorter,-Willie Shorter. -

1&-l ;,t irJJMWT/1ilhIZD71ill1V11 j .-and'Mr. and Mrs. Seymour attended tablets,,at,all drug counters. *
the"'4-H Club :dance last

Friday night-in Palatka.:"' JS
West Ashfey 416 Main Street Mr. Walter Will is-very ill in iS.S.S.TONIC 2*

his home.


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Racers Of Both Races Will Ride Cycles Here Sunday

Jacksonville Speedway Park In Easier Boat Races Hanoi 'Sees'AlolkerJackie Home-Run Hilling Among Modem

u __._ __ _.uu__ ____ _.___ _____
Is IE Tip Top Shape For Events Catchers Title Goes To CampyNEW

Motorcycle racing will return to Jacksonville Sunday, March 25. YORK The
Brooklyn Dodgers iron-man catcher and the
The races will feature white and Negro.riders from Georgia. Florida TAMPA Manager Marty National
'Most Valuable
League's last
Player season, Roy Campa-
Marion of the Chicago White Sox.
and Alabama. All riders have been
motorcycle extended an invitation -
nella, has been credited as the all-tune leader among modem-day
: firmly believes that there is a
catchers in home run hitting. ,
The races will take place at the possibility that another Jackie.
Robinson is about to make his Roy has been credited with a
Jacksonville Speedway Park. The
management has announced that Braves SellTwobaa appearance on the baseball hori'I Star Gibson homer in every 16.7 times at bat.
He has built up his amazing aver-
zon. He thinks that rookie
all children under 12 years "of age a young -
age by hitting 209 homer in 3.487
now in the White Sox for
will be admitted free with paid camp
adult. The races begin at 2 p. ni. spring drills has the makings ofa Girl Now On appearances at the plate, accord
ing to sports writer Raymond
In the past poor attendance has MILWAUKEE The Milwau Jackie Robinson.
kee Braves of the National LeagUe The young Negro rookie is WIebold, writing in the Sporting
.been laid to the lack of trans- Tour Of World
4'* News.
portation conveniences, but the sold their one millionth ticket Grover "Deacon" Jones, a 21-year

Hornets Motorcycle Club of At- for the 1956 home season last r"r + old American Legion star from His nearest competitor for top

lanta, will make it possible for all week :and announced they were White Plains N. Y. Last year BROOKLYN, N. Y. Althea honors is Yogi Berra of the New
York Yankees who has 21.6
who care to attend to get there assured of a two-million attend- young Jones showed plenty of Gibson, National Women's Champion a
based 208 homers in
by sponsoring a trip to the races. ance for this season. $ batting power at the plate with of the American Tennis Association average on

The bus will leave Ashley and Bill Eberly. Braves' ticket director Waterloo in the Three-I-League. and top ranking USLTA 4,505 times a bat.
said there was a complete Marion says Jones walks pigeon- Following Campy in home runs
Madison Streets'at 12:30 p. xnv player who is now on a worldwide -
The races will feature some of sell-out of tickets for the opening toed like Jackie goes for the ball tour, will continue to playin are all catchers: Berra, Wes
home April 17 against the like Jackie, plays heads-up ball Westrum 22.8; Andy Seminick
the fastest and most daring ridersin game Europe up to and including the
the business and the riders will Chicago Cubs with the exceptionof like Jackie and moves about like Wimbledon matches in London, 23; Stan Lopata, 23; Del Crandall,
25.2 and Walker Cooper, 27.1.
be gunning for speeds up to 100 2,500 standing room ducats Jackie. June 25-July 7, 1956 according to
miles' per hour. It has been so which will go on sale the day of Batting lefthanded, Jones was an itinerary released by BertramL. Gabby Hartnett is the biggest

fixed that anyone can enter. It is the game. E credited with a .318 average in 78 Baker, executive secretary of home run producer among catchers -

requested however that all enter The stadium seating' capacity is games. "If he can only hit like the American Tennis Association. having hit 236 during his ca

ing will please send name, the 42,117. Eberly added that 11,430 J Jackie we've got something going Miss Gibson, who has won the reer. Campanella has taken over
second with 209 followedby
place ,
make of motorcycle and all other season ticket sales representing! for us among the younger ATA National Championship for

information to Promoter Bill 822,962 admissions have been regstered -- The annual 'motor races under the sponsorship,of,ihe-SL-Johns crop of recruits," said Marion. nine consecutive years and is with Berra 202.They .with 208 and Bill Dickey

Goar 155 Northside Drive S.W. L on the books. and New Berlin Motor Clubs will be held 'on Sunday. 'April '1 and among the first 10 national rank-
all receivers In the
,Atlanta Georgia. Reserve ticket sales for other Monday. April 2. on the St. Johns River at New Berlin. Florida. ed women players in USLTA, is I are
1356 Mann said to elite 200-home
contract. was run category
The deadline was set at March games have helped to swell the Shown presenting the wards at last ye r's event are left to considered one of the greatest women -
be a sensation as a rookie in his Ernie Lombardi is fifth with 190.
15th., Motorcycle racing is one of total to the million mark. right. Robert Watkins. coed Lois Showers and Ben Durham. Jr. players of the year. She has, I
first with
the Cardinals.
Jacksonville's most: spectacular. Early predictions are that tM J. D. (Goodwill) Brooks representative of the Schaefer Brewing year been on a world-wide tour which

events. season sales will go over two mil. Co, which firm provide the trophies annually is seen looking on. HARRISON DILLARD. two- will continue in Europe until Learn Commercicl Art
time gold metal winner in the
lion on averages compared with Watkins is the defending champion in the'48 horsepower class July. Start IIytJIN

Claries :the-past two_years early ticket' and Israel Stalliags will defend his 25 horsepower title. Durham. retirement Olympic. games from has, competitive announced This is Miss Gibson itinerarythat G. J. >>,aoVI '
purchases. will defend his trophy won from Jam Bazell of Usfis. was released by Executive AMERICANSCHOOL
I athletics after this He ack-
: year.
The Braves were the only Jerome Singleton Charlie Green Fred Demery. Red Dan Joyner Secretary Bertram L. Baker

To Figkl Jasper major league club to pass the two George .Christopher. Donald Wallace and David Sergeant will also nowledged however that he would Championships of Egypt March OF ART
like to win at least one more
million mark for the two
past be seen in the races. 2-11; Alexandria Egypt, March Mere Te New Lecatie

seasons. The assembly will begin from Christopher's place at New Berlin. world record before hanging up 16-25; Monte Carlo CC, France, 106 EAST BAY STREET
WINDSOR Ont -A fight has I his spikes. Recently Dillard was 2.4 Fkoo
March 26-April 2 Palermo Tennis

heavyweight been scheduled champion between'Ezzard former :Waifs To'FigklKiiCavilui presented, the highest the James award Sullivan an ama-trophy I Club, Italy, April 2-8; Naples Ten-

SPORTING IT UP nis Club Italy April 9.15; Genoa
Charles and Don Jasper at Windsor : teur athlete can achieve. i Tennis Club, Italy, April 16-22; Thrilling Chilling
It will be STAN HACK manager of the
Arena 8th. a
April _
Florence Tennis Club, Italy, April Daring
10-round bout. BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON Chicago Cubs, is counting very
23-29 Championships of Rome,
,Charles ,whose.last bout was a --- '" heavily, on the Negro players ort
Italy April SO-May 8 Week of
LONDON British welter POMPEY. In[ the final International the Cubs ; MoroicycleRACES
6-round TKO at the hands of YOLANDE weighing News roster to help pull the
rest in Rome. Italy May 9-13
young Jack Johnson in Los Ange- weight boxer Peter Waterman, 170 3/4 evened the score with Service weekly nation-wide Purvey team up or to the near top. The French Championships, Paris,;

les Dec.29. faces a,hard-punching has requested a rematch with Moses Ward 164% of Detroit in the magnificent Dons came players are Ernie Banks, who set May 14-27.
in the former Duluth railroad former world welterweight champion their London match last week in out far ahead of the rest of the the National League on fire in
fighter Grass Court, Circuit: Surbiton,
worker. Kid Gavilan of Cuba Ap a return bout Ward defeated teams. The Dons won in 1954-55- 1955 with his big bat; Gene Baker Sunday, March 25th
London, May 28-June 2 Man-
Jasper, now fighting out of jarently bothered by the flood of Pompey in Chicago, July 21, 1954. 56. The Dons finished the season Monte Irvin Solly Drake Don# ;
chester, London, June Bristol JACKSONVILLESPEEDWAY
Detroit, has 17 victories in 21 protests. from the world over Ward ran into a right cross to the with an incomparable record of Eaddy, and,Sad.Sam Jones, who London, June 18-28 4.9i Wimble-;
14 knockouts. which followed' his controversial chin at the start of the seventh 25-0 aDd is still working on a pitched' the only no-hit, no-run ;
fights, by don London. June 25-July 7.
.. 10-round decision over Gavilan is round, his knees buckled and he grand record of 51 consecutive game in the majors in 1955. Plymouth and Lennox

what brought"about the requestfor tumbled over for a nine count. victories. : The baseball fans in and around

Learn Commercial Art a return match.Waterman This one-sided victory cleared the COACH OX CLEMONS of Morris Jacksonville can get set now be- ADMISSION....... $2.00Bus

was given' the disputed decks for the light heavyweighttitle .Brown grinned broadly as,he cause the: opening of the South FLORIDA STARIN TraaspertatlomtlM\ .

Start Artim decision over,the Keed" ina fight June 5) against cham- watched his football team go thru Atlantic League season is not far BM LtavM Athley ft M.....
a.-/. APPROVED. 12:00 N...
fight at Haringway arena in pion Archie Moore in London's the spring paces. It was' quite a off. The fans have been promised EVERYCOiORED

AMERICAN London last Feb. 2. Since that White City Stadium. pleasant sight to watch newcomers another winner. The slogan now Straight Admission $1.50

SCHOOL OF ART time Ben Green, the "71yearoldreferee BILL RUSSELL the All-Amer- and freshmen battle for is "Support Your Braves. HOME

who awarded the:decisionhas ican basketball player of.the San regular places' on the varsity
Meved T., New Lecotiee
106 EAST BAY STREET been"dismissed by the British Francisco Dons unbeaten basketball squad. A tough battle is ahead be- .. .
,tad 'IoorWATCH boxing board: of control .team, was named the winnerof tween Cecil Peoples and Herman :"-:t<

Waterman had this to say about the Metropolitan Basketball Reid for a halfback position. k ... .:' .

the fight:. The sooner we get Writers Association's gold star Other positions orCthe.-t am will '

back in the ring together: ; the award as the best visiting college not be' obtained so asily. Coach ?Vk 1 1i ? -
; ,
better. I am -sure I :can confirm player to-appear in New York this Clemons beams with delight when
f,am 'a better,'fighter thanGavi_ season. prospects of his squad seem to l 1k9 & ,

Ian." F THE.CINCINNATI REDLEGS be so brilliant. ,
22-31-19 Gavila 1's manager.. ami i 1 were the victims of' a thief who THE BALTIMORE ORIOLES of

I 63-18-257 chade, answered him by saying: visited ,their dressing room while the American League are shoot- i 'Q
"Gavilan is alse anxious to prove they were defeating the'Brooklyn ing at records that date back to

he is a better man and:will fightin Dodgers 6-3 in an exhibition the turn of the ,century.. Even at

1 2 'London anytime," game Club Secretary John.JMur- that, who among the present day x ;:3-

6 7 dough reported, to police. Mur- :pitchers on the Orioles team will] *

9 8 No needed dough estimated the loss at $1,600 :crack Iron Man McGinnity's 1901 ... \ ,.

hi cash alone, not counting such !record of starting 46 games and ,'.

: items as, wallets, watches, rings I finishing 39.. Don Larsen is the ,
to .
swelling j
and other valuables. only Oriole 'pitcher:tfi tie one ofMcGinnity's

179-69-146 BUDDY BAER. the former "records"of U5 years : ,

of painful piles! heavyweight prizefighter has ago when he lost 21 games in i.,: .:'='..; Tiw
s...tiwu he'* qf been sued for divorce.: The suit. ,;;' ,
teats amazing new '
la doctor's .
1954.TED /
os d.rs h.'i a.wHe a******** Pam instantly relieved charging mental cruelty was filed WILLIAMS of the Boston :
..4aH s.Otrccts pSer tarturel Gave Internal and recently in Superior Court in Los Red Sox has scored 1,462 runs in ,
web I* all arMM external. relief-without surgery .
6 Be&calfr-proTed ingredients relieve : Angeles Originally. Mr-., ,May his life-tune, 300 more than the .'

pata4tchlr tmtantlyt Reduce: Mann Baer. 33 has sued the 40- nearest active player. Country '.:.. R '
FOR MARCH 31st swelling:Promote beaUnz.You alt. :. ., 4 I .. 9' f
walk> in comfort Only stainless pile year-eld actor for separate main Slaughter and Mickey Vernon are ;1i J
38-82-95 remedy. Stainless PMD Supp st. tenance. the only other active players in

I tales or Otataest a*drg1st1.5TIJJI RICK CASARES. former Uni- the American League with 1,000 :

I versity of Florida fullback, has runs to their credit. Slaughter, ;: ;,; t

been given high praise in. the Vernon and Williams are the only t

KIRK. DOUGLAS S SILVANA MANGANO March issue of the;"Bear News".a 2,000 hit players around., "UL YSSES" publication of the Chicago Bears. CHARLIE NEAL and CHICO :

Casares finished sixth among Na- FERNANDEZ of ,the Brooklyn

SUN.MARCH THRU 25.1 SA.T. pius: "SONG OF AFRICA"- tional Football League ball carriers Dodgers were classed as the best '", "1''. -

GREAT A.U.-HtGl.O MUSICAL DRAMA ,during:the 1955 season with second base combination in the : h
126 for 5.4 International League that has :
672.yards on '
; ; .
average.His most spectacular 1'lI1o been seen since the days of Terry :1: { i ; ,

Il00SEVELT SIYfIEISu. accordnig to writer,was.a 81-yard Priddy and Phil Rizzuto..Fernandez : : : -S ; :. ;
.z- .t1lfl
., .. ., > ... .
touchdown jaunt against the Baltimore was at Shortstop and Neal, was .g s: '' .' ( "..

... T.... March 2S.27 I... T.... March 2S.27 Colts: ; at second,'base.v ** ;,':J. }l;:.:::. : :: it., : "' '" ...... '-,. .
2 1st a.. lit Hits! ..ado I,.. Scott .ES and HORACE '
WOODSON of the Univer- NAT PEEP :
MAT GUNPOINT"CHASnSu'1.. ...."TALL.' "PRINCE MEN RIDING""SPY VALIANT"1st sity of Illinois tied the world and GARNER,'two members of the :Nothing fi erin American taste. .". ;

a.. Cis.asse... his own record of 6,01 as he,won Jacksonville. Braves Baseball
WeL i Thn._ Much 2..29 the-: hurdles at the have performed; here
50-yard high team, who-
-1st an .. i TlalirL March 21.2' ;
MGM' -svINGJ.LI" HC1.ORY IRIGADE" Milwaukee Relays. t for the past few,years are back ink '

Tec".Ic.lor Horror Hit Victor M.tu.Pls. ARNIE SOWELL breezed to a town. They came,by the Florida CALVERT

.fOPUSHOVn- ..4 %:10 mark in the 1,000-yard run Star office a:feW'day ago and I ,
10M N..1t Prod "GtH1'UMEH PREFER tLONDtS"frio
MecMerry fid-
J... a.nell IMri-fyw MM..._ topping the former meet mark of they were looking as fit- as a -
Pi 1ft. March 30.31 2:11 set by Illinois' Gene Maynard die.They. seem to' be all set and;

1It R.a frL i SlIt. March 30 .31 last year.TH ._ ready to,go. ". '. .. I I ...... IN THE GREAT-.TRADITION OF AMERICAN WHISKEY
-ro o. THE WORlDSliM A.TED RIYlft"Sal ei -
T.ekakolor Icrnty Bepl.'WYOMING = SAN FRANCISCO DONS .DAVE MANN star haUbadk :
UNIGADir I I. "VY CHASER emerged u Ktitaul Cat Champions :, the CUeage 4ud! as K3esslea- CAlVERTiDISTIlUXS COMPANY. N.Y.C.. BLENDED,WHISKEY. 861'PROOF 15% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPRIT5'
for?the ihlrd right year. al football team kts slgaed Us "'.fA- ; ; ; .. : '.t -# ...F.Saxan ., ::

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(Continued from Page 1) TO SWIM IN POOLS (Continued from Page 1)
a recent television -
program on trict 1, William H. Bomar and
which and his '
Brautigam announced -
TAMPA Federal Judge Geo. Raymond A. David.
"Just One More Time" the theme song for Jack Frost ibis sea. opponent Richard for the stateattorney's W. Whitehurst- last Thursday suspended Board of Public Instruction District RIPPLING CREEK HONESITES

son. W* thought the gent with the icicles in Ids reins had gone for office- 'Get his order that Negro citizens 3, Warren I. Kersey, Howell

the season until we woke up the other morn. Seems as:the,Kin! stein appeared''questions.One to discuss- telephoned be admitted to St Peters Kirkland, -A. E. (Gene) Stokes, We were greatly pleased with the sale ef our lots last Sunday o. the

Winter Just doesn't want to girt war to Spring. For us we hop burg's municipal Spa Beach, Democrats, and Chauncey Craw- Grand Opening of our New Subdivision. Take advantage of this wonderful -
that the "sweet zephrrs of March" Chaucer spoke of in the immorta question. Arlington talcInvolved ford. Republican. offer before the lots ere oil sold large high and dry lets, low
Arrington'z appoinimen pending an appeal by the city. taxes, low priced sad easy terms.
"Canterbury Tale. hurry up and show because abr. Irs ColtOu2zJ
:.MWith last October by''CoY Collins 012 Judge Whitehurst heard the Board of Public Instruction District -

: the recommendation. ,of 'Brauti. suit several"'weeks ago and said 5, J. 1!. Clupp, Arthur I. $199 & Up.3 Down-$2 Per Week
the ides of March, comes income tax and politics.. On the gam. then h!! would uphold the petition Goldstein, Charles P. Milford, NedP.
local front things are waxing madly:and hotter and hotter. For San
of St. Searcy Sr.. Jack E. Snider
anothe by a Petersburg
"After the group
program 0. Subdivision Sunday Cell Evenings RA 44053 for appoint
and has Ernest D. Jackson Jr. Every er
us one very significant thing come up. .
for Democrats, and Pearl E. Griffith
telephone call came for Mr. Brau Negroes use of the beach. ment during the week.
energetic young attorney has qualified for the post of Justice of the
and Gertrude C. Landberg.Repub-
asking if he 'niggei lIe
tigam were signed the formal order
.Peace District Two.Now well see if there is a bloc vote as the propagandists licans. Directions: Drive south on U. S. 1 from where the dual highway beginsat
lover, Arlington said. "Also during Thursday, then granted the city's ( the Imperial. Gas Station) exactly 1114 miles; turn right et our
say. this period my colleagues in motion for appeal and suspended Justice of the Peace District 1, sign 1 mile south of the intersection of U. S. 1 and the Express Highway ..
Out Stanton High way Frank Legree, Jr. and all of the kiddie the state attorney's office reported, enforcement of the order. George A. Harris and L. B. (Mac]) ; this is just south of Greenland R.... Turn right OB the county
jumped in the Tollies of 1956. A special feature of the follies was several derogatory approaches to McCullough. Democrats and Her- road under construction exactly Yt mile to subdivision. See with your
The dry contended first that own First Come, Best Sekctan.INVESTORS '
_Ben Ruffin. You remember Ben. He nimble and eyes
may was a song them by outside individuals criticizing equal facilities were provided man Greenewalt, Republican.
: :
,dance ,man in the area and had a promising future until he left
my presence as.an assistan Negroes elsewhere and second Justice of the Peace District 2,
town for a few years. We see the years have taken none of"the state attorney in the office on ai that the city is not bound by recent Sarah Bryan Lee T. Harper, Er- : WE HAVE A BLOCK BUILDING .0 x 60 FEET
.zing from Ben and we wish him much more luck in the years to come
integrated basis. U. S. Supreme, Court rulings nest D. Jackson Sr. and S. V. WITH ARTESIAN WELL WITH BATHING FACILITIES
Terris McDuffie is back on the scene. McDuffie made a quick As to"integration" in the office, on admitting Negroes to public (Steve) Lyncker.
business ant'is back in the for indefinite IDEAL FOR DANCE HALL, RESTAURANT OR CLUB
trip to Texas on city an Arlington said all employes and faculties because In this instance Justice of the Peace District 4,
stay The boys on the blocks are all talking about the pretty all cases were treated "with the
the city is not acting as a municipality D. Harley Giddens Frank Lips- Phone RA 4-0053
shirts Willie Foster is sporting. Willie tells all of the boys that his same courtesy as every citizei For Full Particulars
but as a proprietor of a comb, W. W. (Pat) Patterson, Carl
wife Susie made them.The madam can really sew Henry Wade must be treated in the interest of .
enterprise. U. R. T. Tom Walden
Smith ( ) After 8:00
and Harry "Peanut" Puzi are driving around town in a Buick now fair play and in the true adminis. Judge Whitehurst ruled with Democrats, and Harriett I.. Turner Early Morning or : p.m.
adays. We wonder what happened to Wade's Caddy these days. tration of justice.
the plaintiffs that the operation of Republican.
For the folk in town who follow the Jacksonville baseball Arlington said he hat alwavi
years the beach is subject to the 14th Justice of the Peace District 5,
club all yelled about the bad seats. When the new ball park was constructed felt a "superlative" loyally to
Amendment and that Negroes T.O. (Tom) Holmes, R. P. (Dickie)
the management of the club provided a number of box Brautigam and Gov. Collins am should be admitted in line with McCauley and Cart;G. Swanson. BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS! BLESSINGS!
seats for colored fans. All of last year Elmo Davis was the only fan has at all times "lauded these in
recent Supreme Court rulings in Constable District 1, Fred F.
who was consistent in buying his box seat. This year the management dividuals." similar cases. Mann and Lonnie A. Sikes. Don't Miss This God Sent Man

said that they could not afford to let all of those empty seats "My future status rests entirely
remain and wait on colored fans while the white fans are clamoringfor with my superiors," he said. "& The suit now goes to the U.(, S. Constable District 2, George H. See Me Today .
District Court of Appeals in New Brown Jr. A. M": (Steve) Stephens
box seats. This proves that we holler for rights and when they far as I am concerned, my service Be Blessed Tomorrow

are available we don't want to pay the price. Nothing comes cheap; -and this service is sorely needec Orleans Jess Waller and Don Wells. yA

not even the rights of first class citizenship. In the words of the in the state attorney's office locally 'Constable District 3, J. R. Car- Jesus Never Fails

old master Sir Winston Churchill "things are gained through blood, -as always is for the people." VOTERS' LEAGUE michael D. F. (Spec) Harrell and Prayer Changes Things :

sweat and tears." Arrington, native of Tampa anc Louie A. Ingle.Constable .

ABOUT TOWN: Prince :Matt and Maudestine McKissack are graduate of Howard University ir SET FOR FORUMThe District 5, B. W. Are You Having Troubles f

Washington, served with the Department (Slim) Curry, R. G. (Judge) Hartley -
making a pretty picture in their rounds about town. Kermit Of Matters You Can't Control?
of Justice and War and W. T. (Bill) Woodward.
of dazed condition.He .
Thomas wandered thru the Tropicana in a sort a Railroad Voters League
was looking for Eddie "Jack-O-Diamonds." Wesley Scott is Claims Commission the Capito will sponsor a registration forumon Budget Commission District 4, By All Means See This God 'Sent Man Today
before practicing law in Miami William T. (Bill) Gordon, John O.
drinking alone now. J. D. "Mr. Personality" Brooks is so busy push- Sunday, March 25, at 2:30 p.
ing the boat races along with Schaeffer Beer that he has little timeto and receiving appointment toBrautigam's m. in Durkee Baseball Park at Jackson and Joseph G. Kennelly Call Him Now for Special Blessing

socialize. We are referring to the big Easter week-end races at staff at $7,500 a year which time an inspiring programof Jr.Mrs.

New Berlin. Ben Durham, Jr. is busy building a ramp for the helpful information pertainingto Adessa Ehrhart qualifiedas

water skiers to take off on. Ben is the defending champ in the ski Beats Hubby With Aa voting and.music will be pre Republican\ candidate for PROPHETCOOPER
member of the Civil Service
event We hear he has competition from out of town. sented.
Board in District 4. She is unop- Telephone Telegraph Come In Person
R.V. Daniels and Mildred Reeves along with Meltonia Lilly were John Kyler 46, of 1182 W. State Sam Jones Ed Koelman and is Paul R. Akin, the or

busy watching: the Academy Award winners presented. Tis a sin anda St. told police he was beaten with Melvin T. Brown are making pre- posed Democratic as candidate.HoIiWaate. Ne Mail Received J Am IB My Office 7 Days a Week

shame that the impolite folks couldn't keep quiet and the management an axe handle by his wife Pauline parations hoping this program Phone STevenson 4-4219

shut the: TV off and turned the juke box up Walter Koonis ECyler 29, during a fuss in then will be one of the most helpfulfor .
From 1 t* 12 Noon S te 10 ,....
on the scene and dancing on every set.. borne. the on-coming elections. '
Jumping Johnny Shaw from WOBS and Calvin Christopher got Police reports state Kyler had The theme of the forum will be 1833 N. 12th Street Philadelphia, Pa.
with his-wife her not The of the
argued over "Registration. duty .
together and fought World War n over. Chris and Johnny were over-
seas for several years together.Tis a small world after all .WalterC. cooking. .She struck him in his Negro citizen as a voter,the worth MAID Good cook. Reference
face with a dish cloth and he of the ballot in the hands of the -s--
.Lundy passed through and Joined the other school boys in "havinga and: health card required. Sundays
headwaiter in the town. swung at her..When hemUsed she Negro voters,.creating citizenship and Thursdays off. Sleep
few" .-. lL,C Donald is still the top THE SEAFOOD CENTER
In looking around and hearing Sam and us speaking of the grabbed an axe and wailed him' through registration and voting, on Tuesday night, $27.50 a wk.
with the handle. the Negro as a citizen in public and fare. Phone EX 8-6864
social graces we have none. They must sell us a special brand of hat office and improving the Negroes car Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4.1468JUMBO

when we go shopping. The hat we buy must have glue built in the living conditions thru registrationand after a. m-

: band so that we cannot take them off when we enter public places. WOS voting will be topics for dis. SHRIMP lb. 89

No man should sit in a public place and keep his hat on.Yet most SCHEDULE cussion.
: will sit in ban and the like and keep the PROGRAM Far Rettt
of the men around town The public is invited. Apis. MEDIUM SHRIMP lb. S9
hats glued tightly their heads.We are as quiet as a battery of field MONDAT SWAY i
artillery when we get in public where we should be quiet..We should CM UMI > C3 CApral lip On Xw. Weather '' Furnished and unfurnished. Neat. WHITE FISH .............. ... ...... Ib, 7S
really take personal inventories and see if we really think we are I*3 1e Deana"One) E4 (Melvin Clean. Near bus line. Mrs. Jon

ready for many of the things we yell fort 7:55.713 7:13.3. 5S Th Capsule* Kid News News has just reached us that J. Ralph Lundy, former editor S** 13 Capsule New Weather is

and publisher of the defunct Florida Sun is back in circulation ,S3*e --' .':43 It n.Capsule Kid News(Bob HBOWB* Weataeif ) i Modern furnished 4-room Apt. SPECKLED TROUT '" .... ... .. lb. 49

The spring sunshine has already brought out the flowers and poli- .11 use Jumpta(Johnny with Shaw Jobjuy) GilletteBLUE i 1688 Hiram St. $15 per wk. Ph.

tical leeches. We hope the politicians don't fall for the junk they are 110 It*],Capsule Newt 'wnUter11t3 EL 4-0815. SPANISH MACKEREL ....... ........ lb. 29
river and is makinghis lle Gospel Train Nmmher OBI. BLADES
throwing. Frank Hall has come from across )

annual election time appearance Ed Kohleman is busy on 1143 liae -- IZae 1193Melvin Gospel Train News Nwnher* Weathei OBI IH HANDY DISPENSER KING FISH STEAK .............. .. lb. 49
the scene and is adding his dynamic voice to the noise and clamor. (Melvin Grace) vffft98C .
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Ed Joyner is squiring Angelyn Gray around pretty steady now- i Joyaer) WHITING I ... ........... lb. 2S
I 12:15 Use Man on Street (Shaw A Offtfiflf C.rrespoadosce Courses
Another constant two-some is Seth Darby and Laura Wynnof ....
adays. B. ) Free er Little Cost. DollarJ.
Fuller products.A ((2:30.12:45 JOB Mart (Joyce JovBer) S. KING BEACH W HIT I N G... .. lb.35
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the "Man in the Gray Jejrncr) P. O. Bex 26f3
is Broad Street to 49C
contest on
Flannel Suit"We on don't know who Will win the title but John Pickensis .le 1013.211- 143 Gospel Capsnl Tram News Number 4k Weather TAMPA" FLORIDA FRESH WATER CATFISH.... .... .- lb. 49
Two (Melvin Grace)
in the race for any kind of title or position. 24e- 243 Capsule.* News Weataei
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about leer fast recovery Wish to extend sympathy to Connie 34: .-- 343 4f "Capsule..pIII with News Johnny* WeatheiJ4J Next Week BLUE OCEAN BREAM .......... .. lb. 2S
Cason and sister over the loss of their older sister. (Johnny Shaw) Star

If you have been wondering who the pretty platinum blonde is 411.411 443.- S4e JBBipin Capral(Johnny with News Shaw Johnny)* weather A New Feature Will be Added To the "Florida Stcr" WHITE PERCH .. .. lb. 3S

in town don't fret she is married. Mrs. Connie Points of Wilberforce 14 S43 Cap**!* News WeatheiS43

Ohio is in charge of a group of colored collegians who are "working 1It JBmpiB(Johnny with Shaw Johnny) READ CLAW CRAB MEAT ... lb. 89

their way through college." This is a group of kids who are touring 111-i3 Capsule News A Weather .
the,country securing magazine subscriptions which in turn will give 1:12 C30 The SATURDAY Kid (Bob HudMta) THE FLORIDA VOTERS' GUIDE MEDIUM FLOUNDER lb. 3S

toward their college fees. This group is the first group 1:11 SUB OBC Knew About I tUCcBdldetes
them credit ** 143 Capsule Hews "'eaUterIIS A PerUdlcel Detuned T. Help Voters T., Mere
which has had Negro supervisors..Mrs. Points and her hubby share 74t He.vBl Road (Melvin : for City Ceenty State end National Offices -

this distinction. If a pretty young lass or neat lad knocks on your 791.713 Capsule Grace) News'* Weather,
just be patient and help the kids. 743 S40 Tho Kid (Boh Hudson)
door don't run away Se ItS Capsule News Jk Weather Attention Candidates
You know that Bob Hudson is changing the vocabulary of the S43 4 Th Kid (Boh Hudson) ON THE WEST SIDE IT'S
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young set All you can hear nowadays is "sugar, sugar, sugar, and S43 140 Jsunpln with Johnny Be Sure Your M....,. Te Voters Is leThe
talk about red dresses and high heel shoes and a crazy laugh (Johnny Shaw) Weather '
some 11:11 Ii43 capsule News A MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES
sort of a bass voiced hen crackle. The boys are catching on. Take 113.119/ Gospel(Melvin Train Grace Number) One Florida Voters' Glide

the Devil's son-in-law, .Johnny Shaw, he can really pick a mean 14t 1143 Capsule News A Weather '
sometime. 193.1291 Gospel Trap Number OB 423 Broad Street Jacksonville Fla. 1817 North Myrtle Avenue
"git fiddle" and can croon. Dig him (Melvin Grace) Office: ,
home. We 111.1215 Local News ('.,.ce"e1ter
into his new
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to invite from him to come around and warm Ida 1:3111" Oa Street (Shaw Phone EL 4-2391
are trying wrangle an Hudson) ON THE EAST SIDE IT'S
it up. Ken refuses to bulge and tells the boss he is planning a,housewarming U:3I 12:45 Job Mart (Joyce Joyner) FOR ADVERTISING RATES
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Gotta go now but if you haven't registered, yet your gravel grippers !191.193 93.291 Gospel Capsule Trala.News Number* Weather 0K.. SUNDRIES1st

on the ground and hurry down.to .221 E. Adams and get your Two (Melvin Grace)
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