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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 31, 1956
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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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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I 5 H Boycotts "Rock And Roll"By

AUGUSTA. Ga. Walter

Spurgeon Hornsby Sr., prominent

:leader, died unexpectedly Tuesday Staff Correspondent

; of a heart attack.,
Birmingham Ala. Attention Elvis Presley the Alabama

PLANNING MEET Members of the Oakland School PTA Brown. Mrs. E. M. Bingham and Mrs. V. J. McComb.. : Hornsby was president and the While Citizens Council: which has called for a boycott of just about

which met last week to plan for a tea event are seen here. Standing are: Mrs. H. Handler.. Mrs..nBuiton.,,, Mrs. B. last surviving co-founder of the everything except the Bible. up to now that is 'U! is about

I Seated from left to right are: Mrs. C. W. Aikens Mrs. E. H. Eater. Mrs..E .Marhall. Mrs. L. E. Rhue. Mrs. H. M.'Martin Mrs. Pilgrim, Health and Life Insur- to upset your apple cart.

Johnson. Mrs. E. C. Rosier. Mrs. R. E Smith. Mrs. M. D. Forehand.Mrs. Florida H. Cook. Mrs. A. D. Bostic.: Mrs. J. Raiford. -Mrs. M. E. ance Company, a pioneer insurance An official of the Alabama

M. L. Gadon. Mrs L. R. Hickson Mrs. C. Collins Mrs. W. E. William and Mrs. A. M. McBride. east. organization in the South- Nat Who Beat White Citizens Council charged

that prointegrationforces
Born In Blythe of humble heri While Ham Freed were encouraging "rock

ExRolKMianOf :. Jaxir Is .Stahfeijjf tage. Hornsbjr: rose,to..position ; ': and.roU" music, .as..a means of
.f.ree tfrftil
Negro ;; > J i- UfirIn of hIgh e5teemA1f- nivetsity Uider $58 Bold gulling the white -man sown to

} awarded him an hpnorary degree the level of the Negro."
To Register of Doctor of Humane Letters
: Asa E. Carter,. of Birmingham
Violating Civil RightsA some 12 years- ago. Pensacola. Fla. A 29-Year- '
By Eric p. Simpson 'Jealousy Fuss executive secretary of the pro-se-
old Pensacola man, Love An- I
It was learned this week He was a member of the advisory gregation group, declared that

that a survey shows registration committee of the Gwinnett drews who was charged in con- citizens councils throughout the

Negro ex-policeman William Rose, of Daytona Beach, who was of Negro citizens was A 33-year-old husband who Street Branch'of the Georgia Rail- nection with the mob-beating oftwo state were circulating petitions,

accused of violating a Negro citizen's civil rights in a beating witha dragging at a frightfully slow accused a young man of coming road Bank and Trust Companyand white men last Sunday was demanding that "rock and;: roll"

night stick was acquitted Wednesday here by a federal courtituI'Y. pace with the result that the between him and his wife suffered a partner in the HornsbyMcCoy released from jail Tuesday under music be banned from jukeboxes.He .
stab wounds in the.chest. $50 bond.
number of Negro voters will Realty Company, which in- said that "this deeneratemusic"
and belly, allegedly inflicted by Andrews was arrested after a
vested than million dollars -
The government charged Rose drop considerably in the com more one was being encouraged by
his young rivaL in low-rent housing for Negroes group of Negroes, angered by the the National Association for the
deprived David Allen Beasley, 26, ing ay primaries.In
Constable Rills Police officers Solomon and shooting of a Negro resident at-

_Augusta.He Advancement of Colored Peopleand
of constitutional right hot to a recent check it was revealed -
Barton reported that last Tuesday tacked and beat two white men
be physically punished without that over 8.000 Negro was former president of the other pro-integration groups.
night Daniel Damorel of 1216: who had accused a Negro of steal-
trial when he whacked Beasleyover : Man voters stood to be dropped National Insurance. Associationand lIe declared that "rock and roll"as
Aged Negro West Fifth ran into them at the ing a crate of oranges from his
the head with the night stick from the registered list due to corner of 8th and Davis Streets of the Georgia Negro Chamber truck. well as other forms of jazz, was

in 1954.Several : purging the books. of He alsoa undermining the morals of -
July, Commerce. was i American
while Clifford Johnson 26, of Maloy, white, who selling oran-
BARTOW-Edward Lewis 55yearold The heads of civic organizations I its
governmenlt witnesses trustee of Paine College. youth with "degenerate"animalistic
1548 Jefferson was chasing him. ges in a Negro section, fired two
along with Beasley gave the same man,:was killed instantlylast are urging that Negro ...Johnson who is charged with He is survived by his wife, Mrs. shots at Foster King a Negro beats and rhythms.*"
line of testimony: that 29-year-old: Sunday from a bullet woundin citizens avail themselves of the said Damorel him in the He added:
assault to murder Hattie B. Hornsby; a son, WalterS. man hitting once leg.
Rose repeatedly battered Beasley the upper right chest and two opportunity of exercising their came up to him and accused him of Hornsby Jr., vice-president and A group of bystanders all Negroes "This savage and primitive typeof
in the back by Constable Bill right to vote by registering
without provocatsion while refusing music which comes straight
causing trouble between Damoreland treasurer of the Pilgrim Health moved on the white. men
to take him to jail on a speed- Mock. before the end of the coming his wife.Whereupon Johnson and Life Insurance Company and and beat them. from Africa brings out, the base
Mock told Polk Sheriff Joel week. It was pointed out that "
ing charge. : said Damorel ;struck him with a three daughters, Charlotte Horns- King also white, and Maloy are things in man.
One witness said two white officers Garrand he attempted to arrest the only way that Negro citizens brick or bottle.. Johnson stated by, Jean Hornsby and Walter hospitalized with injuries.Sherifrs He estimated that 330,00. sig-

stood by and watched the Lewis and he resisted. In the en- could have a voice in thegovernment that he struck'Damorel' with his Hornsby, all from'Augusta.. Deputy Gandy has re- natures would be collected by. the
struggle, Lewis pulled a gunand is by being able
beating as if it were a sideshow of suing fist and then got out his knife fused to discuss the casepThe petitions.
shot Mock. Mock returnedthe to vote and elect the officials
some kind. Asst. U5. Atty. Edith and stabbed the irate husband.
fire. Mock is said to be in they want in the important
House in closing arguments said Damorel told the police officers
condition in shot election coming on May 8.
a hospital
the white officers' conduct was that he saw Johnson getting intoa Two Hen Fight
hand and left groin. A spokesman for one civic:
in the right
certainly not a credit to the Day- car with his (Damorel's) wife. And WomanIn
In these times Beach Man
Negro witnesses.indicated a different group said:
tonla police, department.The The husband said that when
account of the shooting when laws are being passed Track
two white officers and the Johnson saw him the young man OB City
than that told by Mock would be that effect the advancement of
testified Rose came over to him and stabbed _
Negro ex-policeman brought out at the'inquesL Negro people the ballot is our FriendA
beat Beasley only after he lungedat and caused him to flee. Fight
Frank Mock, son of the con- most important asset". .
the officer.Rose Cut with a pocket knife last
stable, was reported to have beena Ministers throughout the city:
Stockton and Edison
Friday at
; according to a Negro witness to the affray and may are being urged to remind the
Cancels Streets while riding on the back Samuel Lee Cain Io 41. is charged
sheriff had a couple of FSU Jacksonville Beach man.
deputy have had a part in the shooting members of their congregationthat
while of a city truck was Lamar Bolton with stabbing a Jacksonville woman. Mary Stringfield. 34. of 617
drinks of scotch whiskey on according to witnesses. it is their civic as well
46, of 1216 Davis Street. Charged in the left side Sunday during an
duty shortly before the beating as Christian duty to register Harvard Recilal Court C. the Blodgett Homes
incident. Rose said he had only and vote.Here with knifing the victim was Ralph argument between the two_ about another woman. Police reports

drinkThe Knight, Jr, 42, of 1170 West 27th state the stabbing took place at 314 West State St.WOBSAad'Star'.
one are a few reminders:
Municipal Court at Daytona 2 Face Death If you have moved and did Because Of! Negro Street, according to police reports. victim was rushed to Du-

threw out speeding and resiSting not receive your card be sure The victim was treated in val Medical Center and witnessing -

arrest charges against Qi Rape Charge to go down to the registrationoffice. Tallahassee. Fla. Florida Brewster Hospital, witnesses were the assault were Mary Lou
Nathaniel Speed of 1577 West Gibson of 314 W. State.SU about
Beasley, but fined him $30 for State University reported Thurs-
card of Beaver Street, and H. W. Hill, of whom the stabbing was about,
assault and battery. The police Tallahassee, Fla. Death sen- If you received your day the scheduled appearance
department was billed for hospital tences imposed on two Alachua and did not return it go downto the Harvard -Glee Club, at FSU 1637 Naldo Avenue.Investigating and Bonnie Belle Holliday of the To Bring News

treatment of his: head wound. Negro men, Robert Lee Colsen the registration office. had been canceled because a officers were told same address. _
BRI DES If married Negro Singer is a member,of the Police investigating the assault
and Moses Lee Dunmore, charged you that the accused and victim were Stringfieldwent It was announced this week
that Mary
with the rape of a white girl were since the last election. you group. among those riding in from work reported and that through an agreement
have to, register again 'to vote An FSU spokesman said the to see Mary Lou Gibson
upheld by the State Supreme on a city truck and that Knight, made between the manage-
at the door by as
Court last Wednesday.The in this year's primary election cancellation was made by mutual Jr. was eating a sandwich when was -
Is your namein stated Sam- ment of Station WOBS and the
she walked in. It was
prosecution charged that on May 8th and'29th.. Be sure consent. because FSU wag unableto the victim was accused of disre- publishers of the "Florida
Lee Caines asked the visiting
thebook the pair beat the young woman's your "Married" name is in the meet Harvard's requirement specting his eating. It was stated what she wanted and the S t a r" a thr..t n.s..w..k

boyfriend and locked him in the book. thtt the Negro Male Singer: be the accused became mad and, an woman noonday roundup of national. V
; ? YOUTHS! If 21st birthday afforded all the privileges of victim replied she wanted to see
trunk of the couple's car. Accord- your argument followed. It was re- state and local news will be
Lou Gibson.Caine is reported -
ing to the woman's story, the men falls anytime between now white singers including "attend ported that Bolton picked up a Mary want to brought to residents of Jacksonville -

You can't vote in this yea?. primary then drove around the country- and May 8. you can register to ance at a reception in the Sorority shovel from the truck and startedto to have said, "You just and surrounding areas.
Lou off to see some
take Mary
elections umkee your name sIn side and her. vote. Lounge. attack Knight. Knight, next
And only to kill all of The news programs will be
the registration book. man and I am going
will close that
books explained
occured in Registration The spokesman shovel and later stab-
list The alleged grabbed
you can get your name on the rape Caine allegedly grabbed the heard Mondays. Wednesdays
of pr-ei 18 1955 oa Friday. April 6. at 9 p.m. "customs and traditions' in this victim. you.
of registered voter your Gainesville on February bed the out knife and,Fridays at noon with Eric
victim after pulling a
cinct. Moet of your friend and in The registration office at _221 state required segregation practices -
while the couple was a parkedcar the role of
prosecution O.Simpson in newscaster
There will be and fled the scene.
If no stabbed her
neighbors are already you East Aadms is open daily from in social affairs at state uni
know of on who isn't take him in "lovers lane" it was learned. DeU Sgts. J. M. Parker, G. H. broadcasting from the
with when to register.It'e The Court wrote no 8:9): ajn. to 5:00 pan. Tuesday versities.
you you go Supreme Patrolmen R. E; Mc- newsroom of the "FloridaStar"
the best five minutes you'll opinion in affirming the convic- night. April 3 the office will The glee club was to have performed Sgts. O. A. Johnson J. H. Mil- Hurlbert .

ever spend! tions and death penalty by deny- be open until-9:00 p.m. .here next week after the ler G.H. Hurlbert and J.M.
Register for the primaries a new trial. Easter holidays. ker investigated. gated. 'f- {. i
4 ., ing rthei men ,if.Don't /'-



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THE fLORJM STAJt Saturday March 31, 1956

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..:"- NEWS ,;:
,.. j2a : JA1
....... by Tfce ,...... Star .......* c. :,:'J.MeIht : "r.;.: 0-. :-.' ERIC O. SIMPSONAs

Add.., .; .. the saving goes-politics is in the air-but the air is filled
.. 0.. Bex 561, Jack osvHli 1, .,,,rUe with the dense fog of segregation.

"':..429 Bre.4 Strut JeckseavHU, >..... PHONf i ELGIN 4-3773 t,. Sumpter Lowry candidate for

governor, takes credit for produc- share in the benefits derived 1
HIC O. SIMFSON .._ ....-,.-....._.. ,- ._ McMfba E trUfr M% LA"Vii rz ing the laugh of the week. In a institution their tax dollars from
-*.&." Washtefte. r.- ,. ...__.-.-. .. Ntws ,Uhf statement concerning his candi- any
C. ,.,... J...... .. '--..?..." Newt Staff :. dacy the retired lieutenant colonel support.
v said that he is running strictly on
Member of Associated Negro Press r biggest thing that has happenedin
a segregation platform and his Jacksonville is the qualificationof

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: .' + i 4L other plans for the state's liveli- Ernest D. Jackson to run for
1. Negro Firemea. hood will be determined later.. the office of Justice of the Peaceof
: It is truly pathetic that a gentle- the Second District. This isJackson's
2. More Negro Police Officers. --1. -
man with his experience and
3.. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. r second try for public
4- education let the of
office and hope that he will
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the f"t i IY ". many
< so deep into
Building Program.Political ii/Ji be more successful than before in
: .' <" his soul that it getting the Negro people to stand
:-'.J has become by him. Unless Mr. Jackson and
:, r such an obses- his side-kick Elcee" R. Lucas have
Racketeers Are + sion that he
Beady ; .done .a great deal of work that
.' q .
4r ; asks the citizens
this writer is
";' not aware of, I still

Tt;Take....Cudiiilcs i Far Skckers L" __ s ..1 to vote of for Florida him believe that there has not been a
?<: j widespread<<: civic awakening of
; : ; solely because the masses of Negro people to
+ ,1r4. I. 1 r he stands for give him: the election on the first
Now that the qualification books are closed the political .1 f .- ; I. } segregation but
.. vultures are waiting and ready with their sharpened fangs to ii. t !:. has nothingelse ballot.I
dig into the qualified candidates and take them for every >rj HAD :THE PRIVILEGE of
to offer for
talking with Al Cahill. a high-
they are worth. .
penny the
improvement of this growing
class insurance executive, who
Past experience has taught us-as it has taught many an state.It has a phobia against the so-called
unfortunate candidate who believed the lies that the phony rWA is gratifying. however that "Negro bloc vote,""the most sick.

political wheels have told them-that there is a varied assort- 4 ,. the people of Florida. Negro and ening term if I have ever heard
ment of these vultures who range from downright hustlers, Cy y. whites alike" are not allowing one. Cahill has long been identified
slicksters, jack-leg preachers, grafting. ministers of large _cv : w fir :::: { v1 themselves to become steamed with the Chamber of Commerce

: churches to so-called respectable people with a yen for the rr t over the segregation issue. The movement and has done a
buck who would sell their birthright and their brother's birth- white people are not allowing fine job abroad. He is a decent

right for a mess of pottage. "ONLY WITH COMPLETE FREEDOM AND EQUALITY, CAN THERE BE PEACE" people like the Lowrys the Ellen- type man and avows that he
ders the Griffins the
Bvrneses stands for decent government. He
As the campaign gains momentum the number of charlatans break off vital existing ties. and others to stir them into hasty tells us that he will rid Duval of

who will, seek out candidates and try to convince them y. 8-50-22-19-78-263 actions or expressions. the widespread moonshine menace -
that they are "leaders" and can guarantee certain blocs of : White Floridians '
are to large
and if he does that it
Negro votes will increase. There will be those who will claimto Your Weekly SCORPIO extent holding to.their traditional would be a wonderful thing. We
be heads of or..clubs but inmost these '
organizations cases desire for segregation but they are
Explore every approach that understand that he is only seeking -
organizational "heads" will be leaders of groups which func- Horoscope Guide studying the matter sanely and
seems to guide your steps towarda the "decent people's" vote .
tion only in season-political season, that is. endeavoring to offset it, if they
higher position, a more remun- which leads us to wonder what
We are giving these facts to candidates for office so'that ; -' Which Arc Your Lucky Days Fo erative job, or profitable commercial can (and that's understandable), type of people have been voting
deals without definitely cOmmitting without resorting to rabblerousing for Sheriff Rex Sweat for Io these
they will be fore-warned and will have no one to blame but .
Business Love Travel
I. .
themselves when, after the election is over, they discover that yourself to any one per or violence.On twenty-four years.A .
t son or cause Impatience high- the other hand, the Negro HOT RACE is in the
they have been taken for a ride. This information is being By PABLO: The<<:: ASTROLOGER
handed attitude unjustified suspicions : people throughout most of the bids for the of Constable of
passed on to them so that after it is all over and done they post
will not go out and blame the entire Negro community for or lack of selfassurancecould state are taking the issue just as the Second District The incum-
having deceived them. ARIES unreasonable demands or press be just the things that; calmly,and are being patient be- bent is George Brown, Jr. opposedby
Devote the 9th to study research for advantages that others are notable would block you from attainingthe cause I believe. most of us under Don Wells, Steve Stephens
Some of the propositions that will be put to them will be and careful planning in willing to give. You seem goal that 'seems within reach. stand that it is not easy to. get and Jess Waller. As it appears

"endorsement" plan which the heads of some organizations matters that concern you perSon- to be favored as far as fame, suc- Go out of your way in making men and women to give up a right now the three top men will
will offer candidates. For a tidy sum to aid in paying ally even if your impatient nature cess and pecuniary returns are conciliatory gestures or conces- traditional way of life without be Brown, Wells and Stephens.The .
their "workers" get out the vote, candidates will be PrOm- urges. you to take action concerned, but weigh the pros and sions to maintain the good will of some reluctance. word was out that some of
Ised endorsement. This is one, to watch because any organization without the benefit of these es- cons carefully if this would be at persons who 'are indispensible to Most of us. I think feel that the the Negro strategists were urginga
that Is sincerely interested in electing a candidate: who sential happiness and economic wel- issue can be solved amicably by
words law
preparations. Sharp the price of a separation, domesticiristability your well-known student to run
will serve the interests of the Negro community as well as white and Negro leaders sitting
extreme demands on your part or or the loss of personal fare. for Justice of the Peace or the
the entire.city does not have to'be paid for "endorsementMembers .- unreasonable attitudes could happiness and prestige (11th). 6-40-77-12-69-121SAGITTARIUS down and-discussing the problem. Constable post, but he thought

of the organization.should be only glad to_contribute place your relationships with 8-17-40-16-82-606 so thai we can come to a better better of it and declined AndI
their time, energy and funds if necessuy..to help elect a desirable higher-ups, marriage or business understanding of each other's for one can't blame him.

candidate to represent them. partner and domestic companions ,..... L :;.. -.,f,LEO _."ft! -''' I A.heart-warming developmentseems needs and desires. I think that

Then there is the ticket deal in which some,crafty 'individual in jeopardy. This, in .turn,-could _.The sign -encourages activities I to be shaping up, but it is when the white people realize
for a small fee, promises to place the "sucker" candi entail financial difficulties. ; that lead to spiritual,development,I better to let nature take its course thai the Negro people do not want Your Last Chance
13 9 40 69 181. than try to anticipate things to mingle socially or intermarrywith Only 1 Week Left
68 or
date's name on a ticket to indicate that he is the choice of the the acquisition of knowledge and
one's "organization." visits to far-off places.. You wouldbe hasten them in an impatient mood. whites there will be a changeof TO REGISTER
crafty 4 TAURUSThe wise,.to take th initiative to Be particularly wary of the ventures attitude.I believe thai the word Do It NOWRegistration

The ticket deal is purely a "sucker's" delight, as anyone lessons and experiences of prepare the way for fulfillment in that can disturb your way Integration" is misused when isis Office
with the faintest tincture of intelligence can readily see. Tick- the past, especially those gained these respects, :and ill-advised to of life and deplete vital and eco- used to mean breaking down ofa Open Monday thru Friday
ets that say nothing about a candidate can do little,if anythingat through the hard knocks of life, put off action or allow yourself to nomic resources.\ Continue to playit pattern that sets Negroes apart 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m.
all, to influence a voter to vote for an office seeker, becauseby can now become extremely valuable be influenced to take an entirely safe with funds, friends, and and stamps them as inferior and Tuesday Sc Friday Night6p.m.to9p.m.
election day each voter has just about decided upon the in finding the right formulafor opposite view. Avoid misunder- cherished ones and stick closelyto also denies them of the same educational .

man for whom he will cast his vote. On the other hand, the the accumulation of the material standings with people who give the job that assures you of a facilities as others. All Books Close April 6
members of the organization under whose auspices the ticketsare benefits that mean so muchto the orders or others with whom steady and satisfactory income. the Negro people want is equal Registration Office
put out do not need the tickets to remind them of the name your comfort and happiness.You you come in daily contact in orderto The good will and affection of opportunities and the right to! 221 East Adams

of the candidate they themselves endorsed. would be in, error to choose protect your high or: occupational your mate and others who share
the negative or controversial your aspirations and future pros-
Another sucker deal comes in the form of the seasonal
methods to solve family neigh- 1302VIRCO' pects should be fully appreciated.
970 88 13
These are the publications that come: to life just '
. newspapers. PEOPLE IN THE
borhood, labor, or intimate prob- S--20-33-17-68-421 NEWS
;_ about election time and disappear soon after. They deceive
candidates: that the paper is widely read in the Negro community lems that may be weighing on ,
mind at the moment. Give This brings chance to CAPRICORNStrengthen
your period a
,but later the candidates discover: that his message has
full consideration to and discuss economic the bonds betweenyou
been read only by the editors. the proof readers and a handfulof your personal survey
welfare and financial interests quesitons with those who share and the other members of the
the editors friends.
when you decide on any course of your ambition to establish a firm family early this week to try and
" Last and probably the most vicious of all is the rally action. basis for greater returns and sta- forestall the show-down that
racket wherein the candidate is asked to contribute his "share"to 10-6 99-17-8S-312. oility. This .period recommendsthe threatens toward the close. This

defray the cost of the hall or to help pay the light bill of soundest policies in these re- period may impel you to react
some church and in some cases to help pay for the bar-b-que.: I GEMINI.The spects where the element of risk I emotionally, and to undertake

This plan, in reality, constitutes charging candidates a fee for social side of your life is is at a minimum. Grave errors of .change of residence or in your
the privilege of speaking at a meeting or'rally. extremely important when this: judgment are particularly possible associations which may only'create -

To combat: this last evil the"Florida: Star" repeating its aids you in rising to the high I during this time, so reject all suggestions greater problems than they
feel deserve.You temptations and emo- solve. Don't break up marital or
"M et Your Candidate Night Rally" which was inaugurated
during the last gubernatorial election. As in the past no candidate should not neglect,to accumulateas tional pressures to take chances family ties under the delusion
friends as can, with with cash, romantic attachments that you will thus attain your
will be asked to contribute one single penny to help pay many you
discrimination, of 'cOurse. This joint assets and friendships. ambitious aims or other heart's
for the rental of the Jax Ball Park or for the bar-b-que which
welcome period gives promise of the reali- 711601379525LIBRA desires. The more you tryk to
will be served free'to all present. All candidates will be -
zation of a fond hope during the bend events to conform to your
to speak.
next thirty days but you will own way of thinking the more
CANDIDATES DON'T BE SUCKERS. YOU CANNOT have to Jielp this along by makingthe Consult people who can give obstacles and opposition you will

BUY THE NEGRO VOTE SO DON'T LET ANYONE SELL IT fullest use of your mental you constructive advice regardingthe encounter on these days.

TO YOU BECAUSE THEY DO NOT HAVE TO SELL IT powers as well as close friendly handling of situations' that 4-10-55-12- 6691AQUARIUS
ties. Be especially wary of acquaintances may arise during the course. of
who would mak- use the week when you have the ad-
i' SHARE YOUR WISDOMNEW of your cash, assets, or precious vantage of finding people at their All matters that are still pending
possessions for, their own ad best. This sign.is another indicator -t should .be taken up with the

.vancement and your possible loss. that whole-hearted .coopera- persons interested and brought to

YORK. (Global) To live wisely means a life of '1- -55-18- -414. tion with your mate and other I the stage of complete agreement.

high power. The key.to such a worthy existence lies in ,the key associates would make it pos-(Don't expect much from people,
mind. By the mind we are freed or enslaved If the weedsof CANCERPeople sible to forestall controversies, whether ykou want them to work
error fill our mental-garden we can see but .weeds and of importance are in a domestic upsets and setbacks to with or for you, as a series of
thistles. If our mental world is filled with the flowers of life- position to render valuable assist- your ambitions., Consider well be- planetary square and opposition 1400 WRHC 1400
understanding. our life is decreed to be sane health-flfed ance or financial backing this forehand what.the effects on your aspects are not very favorable
, and beautifuL If all Is not welL If sickness grips us. let us week. But all the good that they economic position could be if you omens for accords or cooperation.
: cast out this disturbing mental weed of error and Ignoranceand can do may be lost if you make high-handedly or mistakenly Your: family life, too, may be disturbed KEN KNIGHT
God offers health when gossips get to work
plant instead the seeds of true wisdom. -
. and strength to all men without money and without price. GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 or if your own moods and feelings ; Presenting

Simply let us turn to God and seek to live as he would haveus UM this c...... Lairs men .Mat ,..n.lf. Said 10 cemrf(..t dime get you down. 097
live aad no longer will we be a prey to suffering or physical .tm coed for Mck (h.rescop.der.d by .. UcMe. self .ddress.d, 1-15--66- 0-76- KNIGHT TRAIN
at......'.. ."". Write tainty. nil .ffer deei not apply *. ....w..t1of
torment. tM ..... .. Cos.d.. PISCES 8 9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly
Your commercial or other gain-
t:.. I r ;':LOUISA- ;; ;-ASTROLOGER.r. -- 7"I I Ia ful endeavors should bring the re- SWEET CHARIOT

Jacksonville Needs A Negro MX.56 1JACKSQNYILU turns you anticipate and perhapsa

I I. FLA. .- I I bit more if you go along with 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
the tide without trying to beat
E:: ,Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star"Week. I Hc.e "< rIAddiw. the others to the finish line. You Features '

J JI may be urged by your own de-
' JI sires as well as by others to take BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

" Every Patronize .. I, : ah' -- ; S.... I I II. i risks in strange or speculativefields

.. *f **tft and therein lie the dangers 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday

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I s.tw..", March 31. 1956 feee five _

State, Body Holds Segregations Not Issue On School Bonds .

Florida Supreme Coiri Validates A. L. Lewis Students Present Program I

,, lih: '' Large Sim To, Improve Bade .Ciifily '
E .

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TALLAHASSEE Florida Supreme Court Monday validateda t h M

$34,500,000 school bond issue to build and improve segregated

public schools in Dade County and said the segregation issue had i U

no -place in the validation -proceedings. .
To test the legality of the bond -

issue, State Atty. George Brauti-
ga mappealed the circuit court Whiles Bealen

validation to the Supreme Court
and raised the argument that vot-
ers might not have approved the By Negroes

issue if the ballot had stated the aI I
schools built with the money PENSACOLA Two white 11 f

might later become non-segregat- men were beaten by a group of _
ed. Negroes angered by the shootingof Da(
The Supreme Court in a unan- a Negro man on Friday. Two

imous opinion writetn by Justice men were hospitalized and two ;T.. : .. SI
__; : A Up of the Pepsi Cap to
Glenn Terrell said the segregation others arrested. S I be.e outstanding young
question was out of order "and to This action by more than 100 merirans. who auk our
country ard oar community
drag it into the, picture at this Negroes came after Johnnie J. a t.:tr place IB which to UTO.hutotttr J
l lrr
time is beside the question." Maloy, 50, Pensacola white man, 1'
The court said the 60.854 Dade accused a Negro of stealing a .r. n n e, hw r cin.

County freeholders who voted for crate of oranges from his truck ina M *
the bond issue as compared to the Negro section. Maloy drew a i .w; E'y%
5,228 negative vote did so becauseof gun and fired twice striking Fos-
teh "pressing necessity for bet- ter King, 34, a Negro man in the : ii
ter school facilities. leg with one shot This incident i -

"Any reasonable pattern for desegregation drew an almost instantaneous
crowd of to the truck
that may be approvedin Negroes YOUNG ACTORS Students of the third grade classes at A. Jerry D. Williams., Gloria Wilson Charlie James Edwards Cynthia
the future will still requiremore from which Maloy and Hilary Cal- L. Lewis who participated in the chapel program presented last Johnson, Jeanetia King, Gene Watson Carl Adams. Phyllis Ann

and better school 'facilities houn, 41, Pensacola white man, Monday. March 26, are shown here. In photo are: Georgia Bryant. Coleman, Lola Johnson. Robert Mints Thomas Cook. Mary Haw-
which can be taken care of when were selling oranges. Vernon Longworth Betty McKnighi Larry McKnighL Larry Je 1- kins. Josephine Dillard. and Mary Crocker.
that contingency arises the court Officers reported Love Andrews kiDs Joe Anderson. Willie Elliot Lemuel Harris.. George Jenifer. Included in the program were the creative tap dance and the ,
29-year-old Negro man,
Robert Holliman, George Simmons. Willie Valentine. Evelyn Flowrs. Bunny Hop. The feature was a playlet titled "Welcome to Spring."
said.The and wrested the
grabbed Maloy
bond issue, to be paid off! Norma Gibson Rosetta Harper. Doris Hill Bobbie. Timmons. Acting as master of ceremonies was Robert Mintz.
gun from him. The other Negroes ,.
by a special tax in the district,
then moved in on the two white
provides $2,000.000 for acquisitionof

buildings sites, $21,522,800, $7,435,000 for for new enlargingand school men, Maloy and began had a beating brain concussionand them. Ernest D. Jackson In Race ForJlSlice Reconveie Jury Sentence DeferredOn ULACKSHEAK

compound fracture of the leg

$1,292,200 improving for existing furnishings buildings and while Andrews King was had placed a leg wound.in the Es- Of! The Peace Post In Irvin Case Convicted Man James Junior Weldon High School Johnson

grounds and 250.000 for miscellaneous : Pepsi-Cola Dealers osu amember
cambia jail and held without bondon this young
Charged with conspiracy to vio- fmheVir.fbr: :: ;
coets. a charge of affray and Calhounwas Ernest D. Jackson Sr, local attorney, announces his candidacyfor TAVARES Circuit Judge T. late federal liquor laws the Fed- Club and captain: of the
The money will go for both arrested on the same charge Justice of Peace in the Second District of Duval County, subject G. Futch said the special Lake eral Court jury returned guilty varsity He is also basketball engaged teem.in
white and Negro schools.In but was freed under'$100 bond. to the May 8th, 1956 Democratic Primary. County Grand Jury charged with verdicts against Carl Crawford, other activities among the
his brief to the Supreme No charges were made against Attorney Jackson is married investigating the commutation of Frank Hall, Johnnie Johnson, Jr. younger set.
Court, Brautigam contended the either Maloy or King both in the into a local family and is the Lather the death sentence of a convicted and Alphonso McBride, Jackson- 1t y:
bond issue was illegal since the hospital, pending further investi- of two children. attendedthe Jimcrow Talks rapist, Walter Lee Irvin, recon- sonville men. '- .
ballot failed to state that that it gation. local schools and received his vened on Thursday at 10 a. m.
complied with the provision in the A. B. and L. L. B. Degrees from Will Be Made The jury was empaneled Feb. These men were indicted on
charges they conspired to operatea
Florida Constitution barring race Howard University, Washington, 24 by Judge Futch after he was
mixing in the public schools. Unpaid County Taxes D. C. He is a disabled veteran of I I petitioned to investigate the gov wholesale and retail whiskey
operation in Duval County during I
World War II having served in ATLANTA Six segregationtalks I ernor's action in recommendingthat .
the period Feb. 1, 1952 to Feb. 1,
Must Be Paid MondayUnpaid the European and Southwest Pa- to citizens council groups I Irvin not be executed but '..
Art cific theatres. He is affiliated with will be'made in April when Atty.' serve a life term. The jury met 1953. 'ii- ,
learn' Commercial 'I'
county taxes will be- Second Baptist Church and servesas Gen. Eugene Cook visits four briefly and then adjourned to Judge Simpson deferred sen-

Start Aerriase come delinquent after April 2. a 'departmental Superintendent Southern states.. I await replies to invitations to the tence, allowing the defense 15 i i ::. .
G. I. APPROVED Tax Collector Clyde H.Simpson ; he is a Scouter, and serves as Cook, a member of the GeorgicStates !I governor and members of the days to file any motions before : >; -
AMERICAN pointed out thai the deadline for I Chairman of the Court of Honor Rights Council and the State Pardon Board to appear the court. The men are free on '..T' ti '

SCHOOL OF ART payment of taxes is April ,1 and I in the West Division. He is a Federation of Constitutional Gov- here and testify. bond. }. ; .
since that date falls on Sunday member of the Masonic Order, the ernment will speak to these Upon advice of Atty. Gen. Rich- Ft'i .

Mend 106 EAST T. New BAY Ucatio STRICT this year payment will be accepted Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity, the groups in Pensacola Fla* Dothan, ard Ervin,board members decidedit :' .. ,
fed Floor the following Monday Jacksonville Business League and Birmingham and Union Springs, would not 'be "wise or legal" YOU'RE \:.. .1' '". ,f.1' '"" .
without assessing penalties. the American Legion. Ala., Murfreesboro, Tenn. and for them to appear before this I :c.;... >tit..,...'.. ."."."......<.<...t,...:.,....
The Justice of the Peace Court Houston Texas. jury unanimously declined the
in.the Second District is the first He said his speeches are usually invitation. LOCKED FLOYD McNKAL
Court of instance 'in the Judicial unprepared but contain criticism! James Weldon Jotuuoa
system of the State of Florida. of the U. S. Supreme Court; the' Junior High School

The duty of that Court is to fer- integration decision and an ex- tion in opposition to the high OUTof This young man a member -
5 Minutes ret out the criminal charges planation of Georgia's legal posi-' court order. of the Dramatic Club
and an outstanding playern
brought before it on the basis of the election the varsity basketball
the evidence submitted before the team is also lauded by

,, Court. The legal procedure, as to Alabama Boycott Leader SaysHe unless you'reregistered Pepd-Cola dealers.
the admissibility of evidence and
May Mean, as to the evaluation of the elements -
: of particular crimes, is fun- Will Continue Bus Fight

damentally important in preserving -
and the freedom of
the liberty MONTGOMERY The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was con- :
individuals whd may be charged 5t .--*?*&
victed Thursday.of violating the boycott law and fined $500 but has .I
with crime.It .
$5,000R would appear that a person pledged to continue the fight against segregation "no matter how

holding such a responsible posi- ,many times"-he.is convicted of violating Alabama's anti-boycott law
./' tion and exercising such impor- The 27-year-old Baptist pastor &* iiWfl H
F tant powers over the basic rights vowed at a mass meeting to con- addition to the $500 fine which

L and privileges of the people, tinue fighting for "justice and was suspended. This was converted -

In Profits should be a specialist in his field; equality" and to keep on in a into a jail sentence totalling Locked out of the fun and excitement -
and for that reason I have offered leading role in the protest move- 386 days since he chose to appeal as your friends gather round
myself as a candidate to serve in ment "no matter how many times rather than pay the fine. the precinct polls! Cut off with-
the Second District they convict me." Eighty-nine other Negro lead- dent as -so about the next Yon
Theft ell the Hew it will rake for to tall ....t assessed together with King still or national defenael
ei yon sot eew The Justice of Peace plays a; The fine against King ers, won't even have the right to complain
Lease Plae e pirn that era stet yea ..II t. al.e, '''' sat very important part in stabilizingthe was suspended after defense attorneys awaiting trial on- similar ,boycott if you neglect your right to
test week set ........ feet today! s. why sot coil families composing our re- served notice of an appeaL -I charges, had exercised his right to register and vote. arsaaS
MW et M cost er ..Ut.t... Let M skew. yes hew people Jet spective communities by keepingthe The attorneys said they! a nonjury trial. Don't lock yourself out of this a taauu+ara.
...... .......4. ef dollar this year's key elections.If you've jut Junes Wcldou Johnson
like ye* ere eesy we, peace and curtailing crime; would take the appeal all the way Defense attorneys challengedthe become a bride, just moved, er Junior High School
and because of these duties and to the U. S. Supreme Court if constitutionality of the state just passed your 21st birthday, lor
responsibilities imposed upon the necessary in another test of the law which prohibits a conspiracyor register now. And start asking Lewis Citation a are member In of .the
Phone EXbrook 82442OPEN Justice of Peace Court, it is fun- South's segregation laws. agreement to hinder operationsof all your friends... standing intramural player club an on out-the
damentally important that suchan King was charged with court a business "without just causeor varsity basketball team
** and e member of the Intramural -
office should be handled witha costs of approximately $500 in legal excuse." Is your name *** baMball team.
careful hand: A hand trained in in the *****ft t
and the rights i
the basic customs book?
and privileges of the people, a
Including Sat. & Sun. hand whose vision and under- M
standing of the community make- CeeereretaHoM. tnm.
up is sufficient to deal with every PRIMARIES Pepsi Cole te
OR three
: case as to bring about the great- POSNEKS wfeeen
est degree of equal Justice, stab-
FOR BOOKLETROYAL ability, protection and "develop- for QUICK RELIEF of Awed Lift** te teletetiees.Pepsi Merit e.

ment in the community. Cole TlfcN- >
I have trained myself to render TIME WRHC. 1400
this type service to the commu- jf; .. year dial Seref
CHINCHILLA RANCH, INC. nity in which I live and I feel it wows rAsmt SRUNOKA Jeys 10-H A.M.

a privilege and my duty to offer STXAIHTfN.R6W Bale Palm of Headarlfae'
1807 Hendricks Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. myself as a candidate for this \ .... Nwnlfia Neuritis ...

important post I am asking the S 55 :iucx WfMt febk Aetbf STANBACKTotSTANBACKatafagt
PIHsesed .. tafemeHe e* yeer Lease Ple.. I e. ietefestee1hi citizens of the Second District of

.. $ ., ChfecUtlc' for ptefi I fa ".y tpete Hiss: Duval County to support me in AT All MM SfME ., pI ,..... k
this election and to give me an Md ly.B Mtf tartar tlON .,. trod See hou

Neme ...' .......,.-..--- opportunity to serve them in a .... nIIef coma.LH .
= manner and in away I feel will
== i \ and their .
AMress _.;:-----.-'- '.' ,, ,. meet approval.their satisfaction Alt H R Ir NAJIr-TOlAY! W

-. ..... Cole
CItr :r( ZeM .
T '!' "Ufl Dealer. efJedueevflle
1" y: PATRONIZE aa/

Ph.w:-:, ..".,. "" ... Advertisers .

(Florida Star ...... ....... tlttw: here a repel.
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Peg* Six THE 'FLORIDA.'STAft Saturday, March 31, 1956

:: News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful FloridaPutnam

County News National Body Presents .Charter At Ceremony I Combs To SpeakDedIcation I Mrs. Steele Honored

r 4vaia.Rot ; At i Walker Steele, director: of the
89* Madison'Sir***. Pslaika. Florida choir and assistant professor of

'> 'Phae East 5-3025 music at Florida A and M Univer-

STARKE The faculty and sity, was honored Monday night

*" .: A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEIC student body of the new J. R. E. by the Improved Benevolent Protective

Lee High School of Starke, have Order of Elks of the World
I. "Doubt whom you will but ntrtr Tourie1L"Iast
completed plans for dedicatorial "for outstanding service to hu

week Mrs.Ada Bell Pazxish manager of the Osgood Chicken services to be held Sunday, April manity."

Shack was the very happy recipient of:the,two movie passes. She M; r e a, 8, at 3 p. m. in the school's cafe-
The presentation made in
took along as her guest Mn. Deloris Norris. torium.
Lakeland, Mrs. Steele's home-
Before we describe our guest! The principal. Eddie Thomp-
town, during a public program.
for this week may we take' time kins, has invited notables from

out to urge you to go down to the Central the immediate adjacent, and distant -;

court house and register so you communities to join in mak- Students To Look

can vote in the coming elections in AcmtemyHighlights < I Ia ing this a momentous occasion.We .

May. Remember the books will be E. Combs, Specialist in Sec- At Manners April 1

closed after April 6th. Don't wait; ondary Education for Negroes,

jo down before the books close. Y with headquarters at Tallahassee, TALLAHASSEE Students at

We are sending out'an invitation ay will deliver the main address. Florida A and M University will

to a young lady whom I have By Warren Howell Music will be rendered by the take time out during the first

known since she was a small girL Prof. F. R. Brooks and Mrs. FAM-U SORORITY GETS NATIONAL CHARTER Iota Alpha Theta Service Sorority estab- high school and elementary choirs week of April to look at them-

We are members of the same Helen Long attended the Advisory lished at Florida A and M University April 27. 1953. recently received: its charter as a national organi- and the Bra-Co Philharmonic selves and brush on their Per-

church. She has two small girls, : Council meeting at Williams zation during impressive ceremonies'held in the moot court room of the college of law building. Sexette. Mrs. Frances Pierce is sonality, Appearance up and Man-

one of them is my little friend. Elementary School in Gainesville, Sealed left to right. the Rev. E. A. Spearman, notary; Delores O. Walden chapter president; PaulL. General Program Chairman. ners as the institution its

She is a graduate of Central Acad- Fla.. Friday, March 22-23. Robinson. founder and national president; Lillian F. Pride, sorority mother; Attorney Charles Williams first annual PAM Week.sponsors

emy High School and lives abouta legal advisor; standing, left to right. Elizabeth Jackson. Mary J. Riley. Shirley Leonard. Marian

block from the elementary Friday morning the Purple and Wiggins. Mable Halt W'illit.Mal Lazier. Alfreda Johnson. Willie nee Tillman. Rhoda P. Marshall. Susie Putnam StudentsTo Three nationally known fig-

schooL She lives with her mother Gold Chapter of the National Thompson. Lula Johnson. Gloria Blue. Yvonne Hayling Naomi Bryant. Eddiebelle C. Vereen. Mary E. ures, the famous Chicago models,

and stepfather.Mrs. Honor Society held their 5th in- Mourning, and Pearl W. Gore. Jr. (Staff photo by H. Jones. Jr.) I the Brewster twins, Xenonia and

duction ceremony at C.A.cafetor- Attend Heel Xenobia, Mrs. Toki Schalk Johnson

Annie Mae Oliver and Mrs. ium. Students inducted were Carter Dr.;Gore I I Fire Takes Life women's page editor of The

James Galston, were visitors in Agnes Green, Ollie Mae horn, Jerry Begins 1 Pittsburgh Courier, along with

Jacksonville last Monday attend- Latercia Hampton, Edward Sweat Of Young Woman Several members of the Student community and university personnel .

ing to business. William Norwood, Booker T. Wil-. Council will attend the State will serve as consultants
In Race ForComntillee Seventh YearTALLAHASSEE
liams and James Y o man. Madison Mrs. Eva Jo Scott, Student Council Convention in during the week-long observance

The many friends of Mr. Elliot 28-year-old woman burned se- Leesburg. Fla., on April 5th, thru
Dr. George W. Gore, Jr. president -
Chislom will be glad to know that Friday night the Freshman PostTALLAHASSEE verely when a fire destroyed her April 7th, 1956.
= Dr.
GeorgeW. of the university, has playedan
class home the Sherrod sawmill The Council advisors Mrs.E. .
in are
he is up and out again after hav- held theirAnnual "Fresh- Gore Jr
nationally known role developing
ing been ill for several weeks. man Ball" at the school cafetor- educator and administrator, will I: mill quarters in Greenville, died K. Pinkney, Mrs. C. A. Young,I plans integral for the observance.in
ium. The D. and B. Band of St begin his seventh year as presi- Sunday in a hospital. and Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale will accompany -.
and She was the second victim of the members on this
Mrs. Margaret Augustine furnished the music for dent of Florida Agricultural and
Mrs. Gladys Walker were very the affair. The class sponsors are Mechanical University'on April 1. the fire that destroyed her home. trip. These young people hope to President and Mrs. E. K. Pickney

pleasant visitors in Jacksonvillelast Mrs. L. N. Osgood and Mrs. C. A. Richard, her two-year-old son was return with inspiration and a
At the time
he accepted the is the advisor. Mr. F. R. Brooks is
Monday night. They were the Young. burned to death. The husband, wider knowledge of the activitiesof
duties and responsibilities of the
house guests of their brother Mr. 1 Vernon, escaped through a wi'ndow. the Student Council. the principal of Central Academy
office of president of the institu-
i for Miss Gwendolyn Green is the High SchooL
George Bert, before he left Approximately 31 students of tion on April 1, 1950, the school

H. J. Mr. Bert was chef cook at the Booklovers Club sponsored a was officially designated as "col- e

the Colonial Inn located on the trip to Daytona Beach, Fla. to lege"; today it is one of the state's ;
Roosevelt Highway. visit the Bethune-Cookman Col- '
three universities, is name ..
lege Library, Thursday, March 22. your
+/ By Act of the Florida Legisla-
The city-wide revival meeting They were accompanied by Mrs. VI
ture, the institution became a
which is being sponsored by the R. D. Williams, sponsor. -
state university September 1, -
Ministers Alliance is being largely -
1953. As ,a university the institu-
attended. The Rev. T. J. Alstonis On Wednesday night, March 21, book?
tion was reorganized into schools :
delivering the messages each the Senior Class sponsored a singing in the
and colleges with a dean in chargeas
night.The meeting will close Sun- revue at the cafetorium featuring its executive officer.

day morning with the early sunrise Madam Edna G. Cook of

services at Calvary Baptist Washington, D. C, Sister R. (Special) -

Church, corner 10th and Madison Thorpe The Singing Sons of Mobile Jerry W Carter, who has become Bolita Moonshine

Street. *Everyone is welcome. Ala. and the HarmonizingFour known as "Mr. Democrat of Florida You can't vote if you're not registered

of Richmond Va. ., ," has announced that he will Raid Is _
StagedOCALA .
... .
Putnam County-Miss Bernice run for National Democratic Com-
I When from high
Laudry and Lester James,were C. A. intermural softbalL tour- mitteeman from Florida. you graduate
Seven Negroes were school they name in the
quitely married Friday, March 23, nament got underway Wednesday
Railroad and Public Util-
Jerry, arrested Saturday in what is de- school yearbook.
of the Rev. and Mrs. with the 12th girls
in the home morning grade
ities Commissioner of Florida at scribed as a "bolita and moon- When have a telephone! installed -
L. D. Green. The Rev. Green per- defeating the 11th grade 9-5; the you
the present time,Jias been Presidential shine headquarters" raid. they put your name in the
formed the ceremony. Mrs. James 12h grade boys and 11th grade Elector to the
"by her sis- tied Delegate The raid was staged by Sheriff telephone book.
was given in marriage ,66.Recent *
ter, Mrs. Rosa Blake. Democratic Convention, and Dem- David Baillie, his deputies and But you and only you-can get
ocratic National Committeeman *
your name in the most importantbook
state beverage the residence
agents on -
James member of visitors C. A. cam-
Mrs. was a on
several times. He spoke from the of all-the roll of Registered
the class of 49 of Central Acad- pus were Mrs. Helen Long super- same platform with William Jen- of Johnny Smith. Voters of your precinct-the"Elec

emy and Mr. James, class of '51. visor of Public ,Schools in Put- nings Bryan when Bryan was on Smith was not at home but his tion Book."
Prof. H. L. Burney, wife was taken into custody and
nam County;
one of his campaign tours' in Flor And if you're not in the book
of Crescent City Jr. : charged with of moon- .
Principal possession
NEWS ida. He was frequently teamed 1 you ought to be.
SATSUMA High School; Mr. J. Florence shine, possession and sale of bolita
with Will Rogers famous. toastmaster -: Because,if you're not registered,
music teacher of Putnam County; and operating a gambling house. 1 '"
at many Democratic functions you can't get in the polla come
Frank Sharpe and Joe Brown Her,bond was set at $3,000.
By Mrs. Cornelia ShorterMr. and he has actively sup- Election Day.
."Joe Brown has returned both former students of C. A. ported every Democratic Nomineein Also arrested and charged withpossession 1 You can't even vote for dog

home after having spent a weekin Also a number of teachers from one,official capacity another of bolita and bonds set catcher-much leas mayor, councilman

Sarasota' visiting his sister and Minnie J. Nieblock Elementary since Bryan. Jerry has held public at $250 were Charlie Hill Preston congressman, senator, or

brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. School. Lake City, Fla. were on office since 1917.The Smith, Joe Nathan Hatten..Char- president-unless your name is in

Field.. the campus. lie Franklin and Ivory Stewart the book.
Democratic Party, says
Four gallons of moonshine, You don't even have the right to
Jerry, always championed
Miss Clara Mae Wilson has about $150 in cash, and a large complain-unless you're registered
re- Pomona Park Hews human rights economic progressfor IF YOU'VE MARRIED, MOVED, OR
number of bolita tickets were and vote.
turned home from Ft Pierce, everybody, rich and poor COME OF AGE SINCE THE LAST
seized as evidence. So don't cut yourself out of this
where she was the guest of her alike, ever-increasing educational ELECTION. .rax/fto :

aunt:and grandmother. By Mrs. Florence McBride benefits for.all the people, and the i year's key elections.Get your name
I BRIDES! Even if you bad previously regis in the book. A lot of your friends
Services at Allen Chapel AME right of each individual man to
Mrs.. } I Negroes Of Miami tered under your maiden name,you have to and neighbors are already listed
; Eula Mae Wilson had
as !
Church enjoyable thru- his brand of and
were very own happiness;
under "new" name.
register again your there.Jf you know of one whoisn't,
her :house guests Sunday her out the day. The pastor, Rev. whatever heighth and breadth of 1 File To Play Golf ore your"married name"u in the book! take him with you when you go to

nieces from Palatka, Annette Wil- Starkes, delivered the message, prosperity his talents could com-i MOVERS!If you have moved from the! pre register on this "Roll of Honor"

son, and Colons Wilson. mand, and these with all the priv-: cinct where you were previously registered of Americans. And then-we'll, see
of conscience MIAMI-Federal permission is you have to register again. Make sure your
ileges independent at the polls!
Sunday School at Mt Tamo in Mi- address is in the book! you
There will be a Easter program in'a free land. Whatever the specific being sought by Negroes new
held at'the church Sunday after- Baptist Church was very interest- planks of the platform,may ami and Fort Lauderdale to equal FIRST VOTERS If you have celebrated your
ing. The subject was the mean- Suits hare 21st birthday since the last election (or if '
rights on golf courses.
at 2
noon m.
p. have been from time to time: REGISTER NOW
will be 21 Election Day), get
ing of Christ's suffering.Mrs. been filed in Federal Court in Mi.. you by your
under the pressure of circum-: name in: the book. It's a mark of maturityto
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Wilson stances and necessity, the great amt seeking to have the courses register and vote! FOR THE .PRIMARIES

celebrated,their 17th wedding an- Amanda Clay returned Democratic Party has never opened to Negroes. MEMBERS OF THE ARMED fOlas-_ .'

niversary on the 12th of March. home from the hospital Sunday. varied, never abandoned, and Both courses are city-owned your Voting Officer for *"the word" oa how MAY 8th
and the Negroes have gone about can vote. /3c
ceased to work vigorouslyfor
Clara Mae Wilson celebratedher The many friends of Mrs. Lula never the real essentials known and getting the rights on the golf GOING AWAY ELECTION DAY? Vote first ifl;:*:! BOOK OPENby

16th birthday last Monday Dukes "will be very happy to cherished in the hearts of the people courses" that they feel rightly be.. Abeentee Ballot.,1. 8:30 a. m. ,

March 27. know that she is recovering after and I have never failed to long to them. to 5:00p.. m. Daily

having been ill for the past week. enthusiastically support it in

Mrs. Cornelia Shorter had as every contest. If I should ever feelI '

her house guests her three bro- Mr. and Mrs. Bud Baker haveas could not sincerely and ardently : I LOSTmypepandenergy.Ineverfeltasgood

thers and two sisters-in-law of their house guests relatives support the nominees, State and > .
Orlando, Fla, for the week-end. National and the platform of our \, '
from Macon, Georgia.Mt as I could as good as I knew I should until I started taking
Democratic Party, and effectively
Danny Barlow celebrated his work for its success, J would 4t k S.S.5. TONIC to re-build my iron-starved blood. S.S.S. TONIC

6th birthday with a party given Pisgah Court No. 181 cele- promptly sign, as all moral and ,
Sunday by his parents. Cake and brated their annual observance of ethical thinking must obviously M M' supplies that extra iron energy you need to feel as good as you

ice cream was served. Palm Sunday. demand. No man should seek to ; should. Iron Deficiency Anemia slows you down. Start today

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Me Today Be Bftssai Tomom his unquestioned loyalty to the Vie? x

4 Jesus Never FaDs party will contribute most signif- herbs has never been duplicated. Millions dePend -

Ys Prayer Changes Things icantly to thef'strategy and the : on S.S.S. TONIC to keep them feelingas

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March 31,1956 THS"FLORIDA-STAk-
Pete Three

I About Be o"pie ::" l-h Wyonetfe Ladies Present Spring, Tea J "Easier Dawis" Annual Open House

J.r rx Plans Made Known
Will Be Seen"An

Mrs. Maybelle Smith of 1273 success and was held in the Clara Edward Benthone principal of

Grothe Street is still ill in her White Mission auditorium begin Easter Dawn," a stirring the Duval County Vocational

home and friends may call on her. ning at 7 o'clock. Another chief religious pageant, by Mary Ben- School, announced the first an-
She is a member of Second Bap- aide there was Mrs. Mae L. Kennedy nett Harrison will be rendered at nual open house will be held on

tist Church the Rev. K. D Britt, 'of the American Red Cross the Shiloh Baptist Church on April 25 sponsored by the three

minister. and other units of the city and Easter Sunday morning at 4:45a. : divisions of the school, namely,

state. m. This pageant is directed by the veterans night school, adult
Mrs. Annie Jones is ill in her Mesdames Constance Jones and school and day trade school pro

home at 1330 Cleveland Street, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Lee of 4 Delores Wilson Jones assisted by gram.

and it is asked that friends and 1810 Lee St, this city, left the city Mesdames Alice Woods, Juanita Ernest Wilson of the day trade
members of her church may this week for Daytona Beach 3 Holmes and Cleo Boston. faculty has been appointed gen-

please attend. She holds member- where Mrs. Lee attended the Faith is the keynote of the un- eral chairman of the affair.

ship in Second Baptist Church, meeting of the Trustee and Ad- 9 .,.qrz forgettable lesson that runs thru The class rooms and shops may
this city. visory Boards of BethuneCookman this sincere and beautiful drama. be visited from 8:30: a. m. through

College of that city. Included also is the pageantryof 9.30 p. m. Specially trained stud-
An Elder, Mrs. Leola Thomas of ent guides will be available and
D. W. Perkins, a lawyer of this God's Candles as Youth and the
Mayport. remains ill in Brewster city accompanied them there and Spirit of Easter with her chimes, sounevirs made in hte various

Hospital, this city, and friends they paused on the way to visit route death, disease and destruc- shops will be given away made
and members of her congregationare the Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Handy of & tion. by students in the shops.
asked to please call. She is East Palatka and Mr. and 'Mrs. k An exhibition of items made by

pastor of Mt Zion Holiness H. L. Burney of Crescent City. Stanton Dad's Club students of the various trades in
Church, and Worthy Matron of the shops, demonstrations of shop

Harmony Lodge No. 85, a frater- Mrs. Lizzie Snead of 1003 Dora --- Will Give BarbecueThe techniques and skills and illustra-

nal body. Street is ill in her 'home and LOCAL LADIES ENTERTAIN On of the social events of last Sunday was the Wyonnetie tions of the latest methods used in

friends may calL She 'is a mem- Ladies Spring Tea held in the home of Mrs. M. Glover at 831 Rushing Street. Jaxons who participatedin Dads' Club of New Stanton adult education will be special

Solomon Small is ill at home ber of Emanuel Baptist Church, the colorful affair are shown above. From left are: Mrs. Marion Glover. Mrs. Mabel Henderson. Mrs. Senior High School is sponsoringa features.A .

after confinement in Brewster th? Rev. S. L. Badger, minister. Charoletie Wilson. Mrs. Helen Glover. Louis Preston. Mrs. Eliza Jones and Mrs. Sophie Mitchell. barbecue Easter Monday, April special invitation is extendedto
Hospital, this city and members 2nd, at Kelly's Place located on all persons in industry to see

and friends of his church Grani's Mrs. Mary Collier of the Eman Moncrief Road, just off Edgewood how future mechanics are being

Memorial AME Church are askedto uel'Church also, is ill )in the ML Urban League Gives Job Information Avenue.A trained.
visit him in his home at 295 Ararat Sanitarium 'and friends very entertaining affair is

West Orange Street. He is a high may call. I planned and will get underway at
officer In the church which is pas 12 o'clock noon.

tored by Rev J. W. Burroughs.Sam Steve Curtis of 351 Plumber St. : l Patrons'and friends are invitedto Stork

is ill in his home and friends are [3 attend.
McCullough is ill iif his asked to call on him. He is a fine .. Deliveries

home at 1314 Grothe Street, and citizen and church worker. Collegians To Play
friends may: call please. He is a /
-- 4 Two Spot On MondayThe Born To:
member of Second Baptist Church William Anderson of 1494 West '

this city. Sixth St, is ill in Brewster 'Hospital tL A d 2 :
Florida A and Collegians James and Ruby Harriet 900
and friends may call on him. ',
Mrs. Margaret'Jordan is still ill i He is a member of Second Baptist 4 will entertain with dance musicon N. St, boy, March 3.

in her home at 1045 West Duval Church the Rev. K.D. Britt minister V ,,,z Easter Monday night at the Lenward and Mary McCreary,
Two Club. 3804() Freeman Rd. girl, March 12-
Spot Night ,
Street and friends are invited to and Is a member ,of. Usher i z
stop in and see her. She is a fine I Board: No. 1. : The group headed by Eric George and Wanita Steward
church and community worker; JL : Knight will feature Ruper Mc. Jr. Route 8 Box 491, Sunbeam
Lendon on the Fla. boy March 12.
and leader. I Mrs. Willa Ella Akery Harris saxaphone, Danny
II I Moore trumphet; John Johnson, Issiah and Rosa Bartley on Ft
an educator here for a number of
bass fiddle maestro Knight, trom Caroline Rd. near Craig Air Base,
Mrs. Lottie Rose is improving in i years. and the loyal wife of the ;
her home where she has been ill Rev. A. D. Harris minister of the bone and Richard Joe Williams, boy, March 16.

at her home 1409 Jefferson Street, AME Church at Callahan is ill in vocalist. Marion and Isabelle Byrd, Rt.
4, Box 443C, Wesconnett boy
and friends call on her. She
may Brewster Hospital, and is improv'
Is member of Grants Memorial Masons March 19.Wedding.
a ing. Friends may call on her. She Will Meet

AME Church: is also anactive high church wo States Grand MasterC.

Jim Waddell of 941 West Duval man. Bells
H. Henry, grand master of
Street is ill at home and membersof "Mrs. Lois. Washington Hilt of
the Most Worshipful UnionGrand
his church and his friends are 319 Nixon Street a modiste here by JMn. Applications for MerrisgeLicenses
has called
Lodge the 87th annual
invited to call on him. as well as an aide of the Lewis
session of the Grand Lodge for
Branch YWCA .has been ill all
April 17 in the Masonic
Isaac Lewis is still ill in_ his week in her home and friends Each Temple. Roland C. Levens, Rt 1, Box
department is to be
home at Atlantic Beach and may calL repre- 2813.! age 25 and Jean M. Jerri-
sented with .
one or more delegates.The
friends may calL He is a deaconof do, 1215 Pacetti St., age 26.
Second Baptist Church at Jack- Other ill Jaxons are Bernard C. Pearl J-filler (standing left). Urban League Community Secretary and Mrs. Ethel M. Powell deputies will meet at 10a. Johnnie R. Williams, 1034 W.
sonville Beach>:'and ls of the Lily White. Lodge.and also Brewster? Eddie Dorsey of 266 and career training to members of the Duval County Home Demonstration Council recently at the Urban Ward 1120 Clay St, age 20.

the Elks Watts-St, ill at home; Mrs. Julia League office. Career Week David B. Young. Jr. 808 Pearl
Outlaw of 323 Spruce St. at'nome; Council members seated left to right are: Mrs. Martha Baker, secretary. Long Branch: Mrs. Agnes St, age 20 and Jeanette Lockette

Private Joseph Washington has Abraham Graham of 2318 W. 45th Taylor. 4-H Chairman. St. Nicholas; Mrs. Mattie Jackson vice president Lincoln Villa:.Mr*. Louise Mc- Plans Made For 1518 W. 14th St.., age 17.
returned to Fort-Knox, La. after St at home; Mrs. Lulu Williamsof Bride, treasurer. Lone Star Mrs. Jessie Mae Pope. Arlington: Mrs. Eva Lewis and Mrs. Geraldine Mc. Jimmie Randolph, 2011 W. 15th

visiting his mother, Mrs. Sarah 326 Claude St, at home; 'Mrs. Millan of South Jacksonville.The St, age 19 and Odessa! Rush. 916
Chapman, others of the family Frances Blake of 1316 Lee St, at occasion was the 24th annual observance of the Urban League's Vocational Opportunity Cam. JamarHighs Leila St, age 18.

and many friends. home and Mrs. Mattie Gilliam of paign.Three. Royce R. Crump, 1351 W. 16th

3732 Moncrief Road, ill at home. Career Week will be observed St. age 18 and Mae F. Massey

Mrs. Josephine Ellerson Brownof Friends may please call on them. Act Operetta All Teen-Agers Asked beginning April 16 at Douglas- 1128 W. 10th St, age 19.
Ames Street, and Mrs Gladys : Anderson Junior High School. Garfield Ruff, 2235 Forrest Stage

Daniels, were in Petersburg Mrs. Jennie Roundtree Critten- Plans Are Underway To Attend Hop Mon.All The program is divided into 33 and Gladys Harris, 2235
Sunday to appear participants den. secretary of the Long Branch Feted three sections: vocational infor- Forrest St, age 30.

in the "Afternoon of Music" fete School returned: to work on Monday "Cinderella's Slipper".an oper- Highly teen-agers are invited to mation, orientation and counsel- Roosevelt Haigler 5543 Ver-

there in Bethel AME- Church 1md after several weeks illness in etta in three acts, will be presented dance as guests of the Wolverine ing.The bena Road, age 21 and Lois S.
also Jaxon vocation section of the Smart, 4910 Wolcott Ave. age 17.
appearing as a was Brewster Hospital.Mrs. on Monday April 16, at 8 p. m. The participants in the 19C6 Club on Easter Monday at the pro-
P. J, Williams. i in the auditorium of Long Branch Junior Recreation Center beginning at gram will help students discover Wm. W. Murray 1205 Jesse St,
Hortense Speed Brown. School Cotillion were entertained 4:30 and broaden their interests. The and Nellie F. Stalling,_ 1359
Charlie Johnson of 1048 West intern-feacher from Florida A & Appearing in this affair will be recently with an introductoryparty p. orientation program is designed to Franklin St, age 16.II .
for them at the Zeta Terry's Combo from At-
Fourth Street, is ill in his home M University is doing intern workat Alma Ran, Shirley Harris, Willie given give parents and students an op-
Sorority house by members of the lanta University, Atlanta. Ga. will
and friends may call on him. He the Long Branch School. Mae Martin, Cynthia Breaker chapter. furnish dance portunity to become acquaintedwith
is the husband of the Rev. Mrs. Barbraa Spencer, Norris Higgins, f music. the faculty school plant and You're ,
In e z Johnson, a well-kngwn Ebenezer Sets Lloyd Sanford, Henry Williams, The charming young sub debs All local high school seniors school policies. Counseling is one I
Methodit minister. Kirk Floyd Bobby Walker and and their escorts enjoyed games will be honored guests at the af- T>f the most direct and important I locked out
Program Of ScoutingA Preston 'Johnson. of various kinds and delicious re fair which features young Jaxons responsibilities of the guidance of the

Mrs. Gussie Lee Gordon Mrs. freshments. attired in their Easter duds. program.
General chairman is Mrs. M. K. I I primaries
Isora Taylor Mrs. Gush B. Boy Scout program'will be an Russell;_ secretary. Miss E. M. Benny Stokes of New Stanton I Advance tickets are now on sale Mrs. Thelma Livingston Guidance
Washington and the Rev.,Charles event of April 15 at 7 p. m. in the I Thompson; dramatics, Miss P. D. High won first prize awarded to at the Hollywood Music Store and Supervisor has outlined a unless you're registeredThis

Crosby, all of this dry attended Ebenezer Methodist Church. Brooks and Miss S. A. Mungin; the highest scorer in the games. from representatives at the local comprehensive counseling pro- is the place: where streets pi'payecl.
tfc* funeral rites in New York "Educate People Everywhere as I dance, Mrs. V. Long chairman, On March 21 the Sub Debs met schools. gram which will include teacher- where government* an
City of the late Willie Johnson.It to Scouting" will be the panel discussion Mrs. M. Polite, Mrs. M. Pearson, at the Zeta House for the purpose teacher counseling teacher-pupil made and presidents elected.

was stated Joseph P. Gordon of theme. Miss E. Thompson; costume, Mrs.P. of electing officers of the counseling and teacher-parent If you're not in the book if
aren't the
this city also attended. This program is being sponsored Scarborough and Miss R. M. 1956 Junior'Cotillion to be givenin "Spring Fiesta"The counseling. list you of and registered your friend voters, you on won't'

in the interest of those who 'Thompson; music Mrs. A. Norton, the Duval County Armory on Open house will be observed by : even have the right to equawklater,
The Rev. C C. Daniels, pastorof desire to learn more about Scout- Miss E. V. Coker and Miss Estelle April 6.Pictures. "Spring Fiesta" sponsoredby all departments of the school dur- on. It take only a few infant**.
Mt. Carmel Baptist- Church ing. Scoutmaster Edgar Alston has Williams; property and decora- were made and the the school patrols will be presented ing this time and display projects your Nobody name can in the do book today you.

here attended the Progressive stated. tions, Mrs. H. Frison, Miss E. E. following officers were elected: on Friday, April 6 at the career booklets and exhibits
Baptist State Convention held in Speakers will be John Bradford Williams and publicity, Mrs. Jennie Miss Betty Price of New Stanton Jacksonville Ball Park. which have evolved from units Register for the primaries
Lake Wales. Fla. Ralph Stewart, Charles Simmons R. 'Crittendon.Will High School, Calendar Secretary; Proceeds will be used to send based on occupational information (Dates. Times and Places

and Mr. Steeley. Eagle Scouts, Miss Mary Ann Pough of New the patrol groups to Washington, :is announced by Chester. Cowart. ....fie JJdU A ___e Ia'..
A special session of the Tuber- Scout Executive Mackay, N. L. Stanton High Secretary; Miss D. C. principal.

culosis Committee of which WIl- Rudd, L. H.. Argrett and others See Betty Jean Belle of New Stanton,
liam H. Mathis is president was a will also be heard Playlet President of the 1956 Junior Cotil-

lion Club; Miss Merceda Nelson,
Early SundayA Matthew W. Gilbert, VicePresident -
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get I and Miss Marjoria Jenkinsof

Matthew W..Gilbert, Calendar I I
pantomine entitled, "Mary Chairman. Notice To Home Owners

LOWPRICES Madgalene" will be presented

during the sunrise services Sun-,
day at 5 a. m. by the Church Plans Made
Oit Your School Department of the First Wedding March: 31st Is The Last DayTO

Baptist Church. Directing this" J For; Autherine Lucy
DRUG STORE NEEDS event will be Mrs. Annie L. Pa ft
and Mrs. Bernice Austin.
terson DALLAS -The Rev. Ernest C.Este11 -
The program for the junior. FILE 1956
Dallas. minister said recently -
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug intermediate and primary depart- Autherine Lucy whose

ments will be held, at 3:30 p. m.
of Alabama :
into the University
entry -
We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised Mrs. C.Sams Mrs. S. Toston, Mrs. caused campus riots, will be; Homestead Tax
A. Mrs. M. Thomas and ExemptionFILE
In Your Local PapersWOOB'S Mrs.Scott Earlene Foster are directors. married here April 22. He also
said the 26-year-old Birmingham, I.
Mrs. R. Robinson will render
'secretary will,be his house guestto
DIXIE PHARMACY the music.cOLI plan her marriage to the Rev.

H. C. Foster, ministerial student WITH
1342 KINGS lOAD et MYRTLE AVENUE SUFFERERS from Tyler, Texas.' I

PHONES H. 3-3S97-T3 The Rev. Foster; social science

W. DelftwWe: Afse FM AM Doctors' M.sc,pti.as COLD tfiscciftfMis praoription yiId quickly formal taSTANBACrTS student at Butler College bride-to-be was a LEON'E. FORBES Assessor, 114 Coir! RaISe

PAY YOUR LIGHT. WATER AND TELEPHONE STANBACK tablet w powders work classmate of, his in
Ml t* bring cwinf>rting rvlttf from Alabama. He is practice teacher
BILLS AT ,OUR, STORE: tiffs ten, ftdrf ;f .........**ur !g;. at a rural Negro school near Tyleras ttaiSot.rdey
and hcarfachc duo te nl4L
well as a ministerial student.


Pep ,... THE FLORIDA ST>U Satvrdoy, March 31, 19S4

,Easter _Sunrise Rites Scheduled Sunday In Ball Park

Miiisicrs Of Local Churches I Beulah Baptist Ushers Board Sponsors Event ; Yoalh Body Will Enter Stanton I

Sel Services For 6 O'clockAn rYi ',.. .... /Y.: ; :. ... .-, .. ..... '' ...' High For "Parade Of Fashions"

;i$ZT : ? ; : .

Easter Sunrise service will be held Sunday in the Jackson- 4w. The Youth Advisory Commit):ee of Shiloh Metropolitan Baptistv.
ville Baseball Park. Myrtle Avenue and Seventh Streets and supportis ,, '. a ? Church, this city, of which the R< A B. Coleman is minister will
asked by the sponsoring agency, the Interdenominational Allianceof ? present a "Parade of Fashions" in the New Stanton High School

the city. r .. auditorium on 13th Street, near Myrtle Avenue, Easter Monday
The Rev. Robert H. Wilson is ;:g evening April 2. The program is scheduled to begin at o'clock..

president of the alliance and is Home Mission Board 't,. : ""
minister of Bethel Baptist Church. 4 0y funds for sending representatives singers will render services in the

He will preach the Easter sermon, Sets Sunday SessionThe to the National Baptist Training same church: which is a repeat

and it is asked that he be heard S; S :. Union and Sunday School Con- program on the askings of the

by a full congregation. This is the Home Missionary Society of gress in Los Angeles this summer, pastor, officers and members
first service of its kind ever pre- the Emanuel Baptist Church will it was stated by the chairman there. There will be special guests

'sented here and for that reason it meet Sunday at 5 p. m. in the S Mrs. Jessie Mae McKenzie. there on the occasion and the

is asked that support and appre- church. Latest styles of the season will Cotton Chapel Choir will sing.
ciation be shown by the residents District 2 will meet also on be seen and having part will be:

;their family members, guests and Sunday at 3:30 p. m. in the basement Misses Tamar Britton Verdel

friends. of the church and District 6 McGregor Annette Howard, Elea- Bethel DistrictsIn

Music: for: the fete of worship will meet at 3 p. m. in the homeof s, nor Allen, Violet Adams Alice

will be presented by 'combined Mrs. Dorothy Johnson. 2053 Terry, Johnnie Mae Hardy. Fashion Show

choirs of various churches of the Lewis Street District 12 will meetat Altamese Muller Shirley Childs,

city, and they appear prepared for 3 p. m. in the home of Mr. and '\L ...,. .;, "," ,.- .... "" ,. 't a: _. '. t Bettie Bell Gladys Washington Districts No. 1, 2, 3I.. and 5 of
Mrs. Albert Brown 406 Stuart St. Wynetta Johnson Metro Lewis, Bethel Baptist Church will
the rites. It was stated by the pro pre-
SPONSOR EVENT- Jaxons who played an important role in the tea event sponsored by the Usher
Mary Walker Charlesetta Spicer, sent a fashion show
gram committee that there will be I Board No. 1 of Beulah Baptist Church last Sunday are seen here. From left are: Rev. W. Demps. pastor Monday
heard special selections by various of the church: Mrs. M. Roberson. president of the Board: Mrs. L. Howard and Rev. E. H. MeritL Lula Mae Hadden Betty Pierce April 2nd at 8 p. m. Among the
school groups of the city. Gospel SingersTo Norma June Wilson and others. contestants are: Yvonne Jones,

It is stated that the service is Full support is asked in the in- Dorothy Ragland, Mclcnese Bry-

planned to last but an hour and Sing SundayThe Progressive Baptists Reelect Mayor BurnsIs interest of these young persons so ant, Shirley Thomas Bernice

will be lnter-den minational in that their delegates may be sent. Graham. h Leading_ the_ _fashion

its The presentation.Rev. Mr. Wilson is a learn- Gospel Light Singers of Sams President For Fifth YearBY Honored By parade Love. will be model Loretta

ed minister and leader and will Moultrie. Ga. will appear in a Easter Bites Mrs. B. S. Brown is the chair-

from theme Sun- song fest Easter Sunday night at man.
speak a special ALBERTA J. WILLIAMS
the,Elks Auditorium. 712 W. Du-
day. (Publicity Chairman)_ BodyInitiated Well Planned
val Street. This comes to
group Elected for the fifth straight time as president of the fast-growing
the city highly recommended. The Jerusalem
FloridaState Progressive Baptist Convention the annual sessions
Children To LeadIn program is being sponsored by the last week in Lake Wales was the Rev. J. C. Sams, minister of the as an honorary mem- In 2 Churches Slates Service For
McCall Gospel Singers of this city. ber of Phi
Sigma national
First Baptist Church in Jacksonville, due principally to his alert and
Easter Program Those failing to hear this group progressive leadership. social fraternity in Gainesville on Easter Easter At SunriseRev.
will miss an opportunity to hear Monday Day programs'and sev-
was Mayor Haydon
The re-elected president of the
eral to
follow have been
announced -
Easter sunrise service will b. one of the most favorite groups to Bums. Saul Cooper of
state body led the convention in and directing each in additionto pastor
held on Sunday in the Midway sing here in recent years. The Mc- the largest attended and most en- Easier Play A. L. Achison, national presi- preaching the sermons on such Bethel Baptist Church has an-

MIX Church at 5 a. m. Call Singers plan to make this thusiastic sessions ever held in the dent, announced. the election of glorious occasions will be the nounced that Easter sunrise serv-

Sunday School will begin at program one of the crowning long history of the body. The Mayor Burns to the fraternity minister of the churches he pas- ices will begin at 5 a. m. Sunday

9:30 a. m. morning worship at events.of the season. group made appropriations of To Be Presented which is an honor Phi Sigma Kappa tors, the Rev. W. M. Little, who School will begin at 9:30 a. m.

10:55. The pastor, the Rev. L. B. The program is an after service funds to various agencies and in has not offered anyone in more has done a remarkably fine workin with the Superintendent Brother

Washington will deliver the*mes- and is scheduled to get underway the paying off of$1.100 in indebt- than a quarter of a century. He the of Cotton Herman Singletary in charge.
"From the Cross to the Resurrection" pastorate Chapel
sage. The Easter program from i at 9 o'clock, to give the church- edness of which $150 was sent to explained that the fraternity's by- Methodist Church, and the Jack Morning services will begin at 11
will be Eas-
the Sunday School departmentwill goers an opportunity to hear the National Baptist Convention presented on laws and constitution provide that a. m. with Deacon W. M. Toombs
ter in the Mt. sonville Methodist Mission the
be given at 5 p. m. them. The visitors will be sup- body to be'used in the Montgomery evening an honorary membership may be latter in the Moncrief Road sec- and Charlie Spivey in charge of
Aratat Baptist Mrs
All children participating on ported by other groups of local Ala. bus situation. It was Hazel Gross.Church by considered by the national council tion of the city and county. devotion. Evening worship will
the asked to be in talent. Reynolds the unanimous petition of begin at 7 m. Usher Board No.
program are pointed out that first place in upon an The pastor asks that all will p.
the church at 4:30 p. m. Evening Tickets are now on sale and fund! appropriated went to the Mrs. Gross will be assisted by active chapter. Coincidental he join with the officers and the 1 and Choir No. 1 will serve

worship will begin at 6:30 p. m. may be purchased early to avoid !Commission on Missions and Edu- Mathew W. McCoy' and Mrs. Pris- said two public officials have congregations of both administra throughout the day. Rev. Saul
The Lord's Supper will be admin- the rush. This is an Easter night cation. tilla Smith at the instruments.This been nominated and elected to Cooper is the pastor. /
Easter Sunday when he will
istered in the morning and eve- program and the Elks Auditoriumwill The Rev. Mr Sams was highly annual' presentation will honorary membership, namely, lead in a Sunrise service of wor-
ning services. Choirs 1, 2 and 3 be a fine place to continuethe praised and lauded for his fine describe the life' of Christ 'and Mayor Burns and Gov. Frank ship beginning at 5:30 a. m. Sun- IS YOUR

and usher boards 1 and 2 will Easter spiritBAPTIST Leadership qualities and the man- costumes will be worn in keeping Lausche, of Ohio. day coming. He will also lead in

serve. ner in which he led the body to with the different scenes. i The Mayor's nomination was the services at 11 a. m. and at; NAMEIN

MINISTERSTO such a great height. Music wilt be furnished by the made by the Delta Tetraton Chap nigt, Sunday, 7:30 p. m. where he
MEET MONDAYThe I MrS. H. B. Miller of Green Cove combined choirs for this occasion. ter of Phi Sigma Kappa at the will preach again and'lead in the
FLORIDA Springs was re-elected president' University of Florida and his Holy Communion of the Lord's I THEBOOK

Baptist Ministers Brother- of the convention's State Women's initiation took place on Monday Supper rites in the same church.
IN EVERY Division and Mrs.-Agnes Dean of night at the chapter house.A Rev.
hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Church Leader The Mr. Little'wiU be at ?
COLORED HOME ties will meet Monday. April 2nd Sebring was renamed as president number of students were the Jacksonville Mission Church

at 10 a. m. at the White First Bap- ol the Junior Women's Department initiated at the same time and faster Sunday afternoon and will

tist Church, corner Church and Mrs.,Roberta Hall of Jacksonville'was Heard Sunday"Christ the group will be termed the Hay preach'at the 3 p. m. service and

Hogan Street, with the colored re-elected vice president don Burns Class.Jaxons also administer in the Holy Com-
LEARN TO DRIVE interdenominational Ministers Al of the Junior Women, and munion services there. It was

TW QvfelMt. The Ccsfc liance. Mrs. Janie Phillips the first vice The Hope of the World- stated that Choir No. 1 will sing at
WIT T. Lens Rev. H. 1L Robinson is the president of the Senior Women's was the sermon theme of the Rev. all rites in Cotton Chapel Church,
George T. Sims the
president, of the brotherhood and Department. distinguished Mined and the choirs_of the Mission will tI
AJAXDRIVING Mrs. M. i.. Johnson, Jacksonville minister of Brown Chapel AME t
render services at their 3 m.
Rev. R.H. Wilson is the presidentof p.
SCHOOL the interdenominational Minis- was re-elected third vice Church in Cincinnati, and one of service. It is asked that officers t
president of the Senior Women, the foremost candidates for the To HoHor Roll I
CALL EL 44)639) ters Alliance. will attend as well as members of
the Rev. H. H. Robinson pastor of bishropric honors at the Miami the two churches, and that friends
George Perpemr ML Sinai Church Jack- General Conference of the great
and visiting guests will share in If you're not on the roll of Reg-
Three R's Assemble
sonville re-elected chairmanof church in May, this year. TALLAHASSEE Six of the
1134 W. 5th Street these rites of the day. istered Voters, you're going to
With Mrs. McCallThe the Board of Evangelism and a He was'heard by a full congre- 98 students who made the first The church at Cosmo will wor- be left out of this year's big

Three R's Industrial Club member of the Board of ControL gation in Payne Chapel AME I semester honor roll at Florida and ship the second Sunday, April 8, elections. Imagine mining a

met Monday in the home of Mrs. The Rev. E. R. Simpson ministerof Church of Hamilton, Ohio Sun- ,,M__University earned "straight with the Church School at 9:30a. trip to the polls with your
McCall 1626 West 7th Street. Zion Hope Baptist Church at day. In the sermon the minister 'A" or "four-point" averages according friends and neighbors- ..miss
D v;& KefefofPAIN m.. preaching services at 11 a. ing the lift in
Jacksonville elected chair- said, "the Risen Christ is in our to Registrar E. :M. Thorpe. you get. pulling
Members of the club having was m. and at 3 p. m. there will be that lever or marking that ballot .
birthdays in March were presented man of: the Builder. of Accounts midst and the Holy Spirit is work- The six were: Howard O. King. observed the Holy Communionrites. missing your chance to

- gifts by the dub members. Committee and a member of the ,ing among'ni' n.- It is not a mere Pensacola, business administration At night, 7:30 p. m. Mr: peak up on taxes,bond issues,
The contest sponsored by the Board of Control. Atress Fleming chance that we have a fine.President senior; Nathaniel P. Moore, Preston and his fine group of and the next President of the

club of which J. W. Bolden is cap- a deacon and trustee of Second in Washington a man whobelieves Jacksonville, business administration u.s.! Imagine not putting in
your plug for And if the
KM PA.... .f MCAOACHC. NEURALOlA. :tain of team 1 and Mrs. E. M. Baptist Church at Jacksonville i in prayer and who prays senior; Clifford Paul Jacksonville ones you're "agin"peace

ttT. NEURITIS$ .* POWOEMK..*h f TAN$BACK ITANBACK TA B* I Clegg. captain of team 2 termi- was placed in a responsible posi- sincerely and it was not by education, senior; Ivra- Children Will Play win, you won't even happen have the to

Nt. ae -..<....> hr..... ... 'TAM- I nated. J. W. Bolden won the title tion on the Board of Control and chance that men on the U. S. Supreme dell Ward, Tallahassee accounting right to squawk if you don't
SACK ....... -.l m 6cUy .*.*.. Mrs. M.. K. Gibson of ML Sinai Court handed down such junior Alfred Lang business register and vote. Get
..in r.H vrc into .i easy .. take 4w.. 'for Mr. 3R for 1956. ; The annual Easter program forthe' your
TIle 4M eewtiw..w .f ...... Church, Jacksonville, was .renamed recent decisions which favored] administration, Tampa, soph.; and First Baptist Church Kinder- name in the book of Registered
MULTWLt' lair-ill. *brfa.*f..br.__ Voters .
._....."'......aact ....... chairman of the Finance minority groups. Prayer was re- Harvey Jefferson, West Palm garten will be presented on Easterat now.PILL
...-fr ..a .. lei I III HISCLESRU Committee of the Junior Women's sponsible for all of that. j Beach, chemistry freshman. 2 p. m. in the church.

T..ITAHBACKW. 'a't:1' group. The program will consist of THE FLIC
:: ; .aiM ., tir4. Mr*. whfat eaer. Mrs. Ruby Herndon also of readings playlets and songs.
Y v'v. E w. tM with STANBACX,tabbts.r s.w4mTANBACK Jacksonville, was elected finan- ON STOMACIlIPSET
t. & cob tart.brio*.....eIq
fi\I rIM.......*..tt.STANftACK Hrmuta. I cial secretary of the Junior Women Half-alive.headachy, when constipatton : -
..Leas ........ sear yeasa type to- the Rev. Robert H. Wilsonof He is in your state at last! Learn Commercial Art sours stomach Black-Draught
flrltt.nll fer tit...... et pin relieves constipation 01'.rml0ht.
Bethel Baptist Church, assist- 1 The great man that the people Start Arti* Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
ant historian and convention f Imttn-ttsucft SratMSf Malts tonfekt!
of Florida have been longing to c. i. >>r oAMERICAN No harsh griping. Mad from pun
Sam Da- vegetable herbs. Ttooronthly but
vis of Second Baptist Church, see Now is your big chance to renUr uncorks dogged tnteItifteLBrtnp .
comforting relief In morning.Then
RIIIIHEAIRE ::Jacksonville, was elected a vice see this wonderful man while he SCHOOL OF ART Bteck-Dnaght life looks today.sunny again Get

resident of the Lay Brotherhood ''4 is Moved T. New Ucatfo. towttr or DrcntOated farm 'sad
Known =
and the writer agaip so near to millions as a* arc. aa.o-t.t. Tfbtet i. taI
11 body, was 10* CAST BAY STREET
Friday & Saturday March 30-31 1 chosen state public relations "The Seventh Son," ordained i 2.4 ekeec .J'. :ImJ'U:1 won'chad/en1* at-

CHARLTON HISTOH board chairman. Chief ushers end chartered by "Peoples I. i"ditis e. ..t t uai

"FAR HORIZONS" board officers and members are

n4 Mrs. Fannie Watts, vice president, The Me. '.T. See It Spiri.tualist.Temple" (Parent

I ass "MUTINY" > Mrs. Mary K. Heard chairman of ULYSSES Body), Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A. CHAMPION'SMEN !
.. .: the finance committee, and Mrs.

I Viola Johnson the secretary. If 'you are J 'sick, unhappy crossed need
Sun. leaders from all AND YOUNG BOYS WEAR
Mon. Tues. Wed. April 1.4 Many religious .
FIRST RUN -' sections of the state and country money, then see me today for God works miracles EASTER SPECIALS
"FURY AT GUNSIGHT PASS"ml attended, and it is important to through" his Holy Prophets. Be sure to get my great -
all to note that the next annual FMe OMlity
sessions will be held in the Zion; blessings for Saturday April 7 14 and 21. No mail
JOHNNY WIISMULUR IN Church the Rev. E. R. DRESS SLACKS ......................-.... .......... $3.98
"JUNGLE Hope here
Simpson, minister. telegrams or phone calls received. You must come Latest Styles SHORT SLEEVE
:. Added: THREE STOOGES COMEDY' in person. SPORT SHIRTS .. .. ........:.................. $1.59

100% Weal REGULAR $27.95 .
Thursday Friday Saturday HURTING YOU CONTACT ME AT MICCOSUKEE, FLA. SPORT COATS ..... ... .. .......:..;.f.:.. now $18.95

'; ml A arc*.pe a ovTcab3 kip b s M THERE WILL BE NO CHARGES FOR ,MY WORK
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I Saran Wrap .


Campanella States Need For More Star Catchers


Stellar Catcher Says It Is Hard I Holiday Races $3,000 Offered Dodgers To Meet Milwaukee HereWith

Ti Decide Oi ,Taking Hurler Oil Will Be Held In Pro-Am GolfToaraameni Negro Stars Tuesday At 1:30

Al New lenin
The Brooklyn Dodgers with Roy Campanella. Jackie Robinson.

MIAMI The iron man catcher of the Brooklyn Dodgers the Here Charlie Neal. Junior Gilliam, Sandy Amoros and Chico Fernandezwill

fat, chunky and robust Roy Campanella who is perfectly at ease New Berlin will be the scene ofa play the Milwaukee Braves bringing Henry (Hank) Aaron Bill

when he is murdering a pitch that is thrown by a pitcher, is very mammoth water show which Bruton, George Crowe and string of other stars in the new Jacksonville -

easy on pitchers especially those of the Dodgers. A few days ago will.include. water skiing and boat Jacksonville's neat Brentwood Baseball Park, Tuesday, April 3. Game time is 1:30: p. m.

Campy was discussing a new crop of pitchers in the Dodger camp races Sunday and Monday. Easter Municipal Golf Course will be This is the day when baseball

. following a workout and the question of catching came Sunday and Easter Monday will fans
; up. host to the Jacksonville Gate City turn out in Jacksonville in

Catching is great, said Roy, ex- be alive with activities which will Open Golf Tournament shortly full and a large crowd crowd is Joe Wrestles
put New Berlin on the front line
cept when you have to make decision I and golfers from all areas of this expected to be present to watch

on whether a pitcher is all '. f .0 with other water resorts. section are tuning their games for the world champion Dodgers tangle In New

finished. That he said, is the one -(".:-.. Many boats will enter the races play in the Second Annual $3,000prize with the Braves. It must be Style
manned skilled
thing he dislikes about it. '. '. by handlers and event. The dates are Mon- remembered that Humberto Robinson -

"Here I am looking right downa ..' '. '" "- some will enter the skiing with day through Thursday, April 12 one of the all-time South WASHINGTON Ex-heavy-
ti.. experience to
pitcher's throat. He's sweatingand :... accompany Atlantic
to 15. League pitching greats is
working hard as He can :: .,.. their ability to handle the water also with the boxing champion Joe
as 3. .y. .. The Braves and there is Louis returned to the ring March
" and
and rm supposed to say he's got program. promotion a possibility that the fans will
16 but
not as a boxing contender
Those who have attended the committee states that possiblynew ,
nothing on the ball""You sometime : ; boat races in previous years are records will be broken by have a chance to again see him but as a wrestler. Louis met
look at me : in action.
acquainted with the interest some of the professional and ama- Cowbay Rocky Lee in an Aus
when the manager is having a .1 -.t With the exception of a few tralian-style match at Uline Arenain
shown. Jacksonville will be well teur busters headed such
with the I l. : par by
back the edge of -t._: -- represented, both with performers remarkable shotmakers as Sam new faces on the spring training Washington, with Jersey Joe

usually stay on mound. Idon't : : :! Fi and spectators.In Woodson and Charles Brown roster, the Jacksonville fans will Walcott, another exheavyweightboxing
around the
the grass see the team that
same knockedthe
..;: addition to skilled boat hand- last year's pro and amateur winners champion doing the refer-
bother to get up there ... New York Yankees from the eeing.
lers to participate, there will be when the annual Pro-Ama-

them."Do know what I'm doing? a some of the most beautiful: boatson teur event was the principle at- throne as rulers of the baseball With such a heavy income tax -

rm arranging you how to say he's got display.The two:day meet will traction. Due to popular demand. world. Johnny Podres is now burden upon him the 42-year old

nothing without hurting the A. be filled with many thrills that of the various pros and simon. serving them up for Uncle Sam. Louis is making an effort to re-

pitcher's feelings, maybe something cannot be imagined.The only way pures here and elsewhere the Pro-I Leaving Jacksonville the two gain some of the honey to

, like: 'Well,'he just don't e _, .. to actually get a perfect pictureof Am has been placed in as a novelty teams will journey to Mobile, Ala. straighten himself with the United

s quite have it today.' I just don't the reality of such an eventis event for the qualifying day: for another exhibition game. The States Government.

like to do it, that's alL" ROY CAMPANELLA to be present. only. It has been stated further i unique thing, about the Mobile

} Continuing the discussion, Cam Best In Baseball One of the many things that can that the low individual scores for i game is that the hometown fans

panella said that there is a great be said about New Berlin and the the 54-holes, the three eighteen: will have an opportunity to look PATRONIZEOUR

'' Boat Races and the many other holes which will begin April 13! at its own son-Henry Aaron. It
i need for good, catchers because Top Coaches DUE IN JAX Jackie Robin was back home in Mobile where
wants to be a catcher. Tot activities is the perfect order thatis and run through the final day will
r son. famous Brooklyn Dodger Aaron went to await word from
said manifested by the huge throng attract such star golfers as Charlie.
he one
1 must be a really good want to be one. Will Serve Al player will be in the line-up which gathers to witness this Syford Teddy Rhodes of New the Braves when he had contract
difficulties at the beginning of
major event York City, and others of their
f Camp also said the champion when the famous Brooklyn team
The New Berlin and St. John caliber. The winner will spring training.The .
fixed with A. aid M. MeelTALLAHASSEE" pull
1 Dodgers are well plays the Milwaukee Braves in a
Outboard Motor and Ski Club, the I down $2,000 in cash as first place Jacksonville Braves busi-
rookie players. Jacksonville exhibition next .
game sponsors of these races, invite the winner. ness manager Spec Richardson is

Nine of the Tuesday. April(3. patronage of alL I. Expected to head the list in the. planning for an overflow crowd at 1Jip1 nalitt

: Girls Winers nation's top coaches will serve as I amateur division again will be the new eastside baseball park.

clinicians at the 12th annual Flor- Charles Brown the king of that All preparations are being madeto

ida A and M University football crowd, and in that division there handle the crowd on April 3.
Track Heel
{ and basketball coaching clinic will be more than 1,000 in trophies -

June 11-16, according to an an- c. PARHAM JOHNSON and other useful and valu- NO UQUO TACTS...

Ala.- nouncement by athletic director. able prizes awarded the winners.In .
A. S. Gaither. King May
that division will be such crack
The AAU Convention has approved The Delta State Teachers College 'wise to enter a team tfon 'that
Some 104 coaches from thruoutthe
shotmakers Frank
as Stephens
l two records set by members basketball team of Cleveland district at this particular time.
South attended the '55 confab. Tex Gillory, James Everett of Mi-
t of the institute's track team Miss., pulled from teh 18th an- This particular incident broughtto Oriole Team
Football will occupy the spot- ami and former Jaxon Richard
{ ;
announcement released
according to an nual NAIA National Basketball memory a song that has been
light Monday, June 11 through 12 Gardner of New York City; Willie
by Tuskegee.The championship tourney played in heard many times that goes like I .
noon Thursday the 13 Basketballwill of the
George Harris
athletes winning the recog- Kansas City because it failed to this "If The Preacher In The Wynn, one
: replace the grid sport at noon event leaders all who have' GRAMBLING, La.-Ezell King,
nition were Misses Mildred Mc- get "protection" from playing Church, and he Won't Do Right, pro
on the 13 and will occupy the I shown enough class and cunning, a big 200-pounder who starred in
Daniel and Jeanette CantrelL against Negroes it was learned Just Throw Him Out and Let the
of Atlanta'sDavid spotlight through Saturday, the II to win meets in all sections of I baseball and basketball at Gram-
They are graduates from reliable sources. Church Roll On. The Delta State
16. the land. bling College is fighting a five-
T. Howard and Henry Me- The team from Mississippi, district Teachers College pulled out because :
The line-up of guest coaches is i way tug o'war for the regular
Neal Turner high schools, respect- champions of, the Alabama- of Negroes, but the tournament The ladies who have been i
as follows: Ara Parseghian head first base job with the Baltimore
ively.At. I Mississippi NAIA division, was rolled on. grossly neglected in past years .
coach Northwestern U.; Paul; Orioles in their Scottsdale Adz.
AAU will themselves. in 12
National present
the outdoor immediately replaced by Wheaton .
Wheaton which aresru
College. replaced trainin
Dietzel head football coach, Lou-. gcamp.
this in search of
held in Ponca flights a
Championships College of Wheaton Ill year
Delta State is the rated
siana State U.; Bob Woodruff! winner of I The 6-5 200-pounder has been
City, Oklahoma last June Miss The term "protection" only a championship leg
team of the 78 teams which
McDaniel set a new American head football coach, U. of Florida;: meant that the officials of the participated in District 31 playoffs trophy and other awards. The one I given an "inside" chance of stick-
Chuck Mather head football: wins it three times I ing with the club by a jury boardof
event by may retain -
record in the high jump Mississippi school wanted assurance -
but failed to qualify. Whea-
coach, U. of Kansas Tom Nugent,i x
; critics that include
Miss it it learned. Manager
inches. was
lepaing 5 feet that if the Delta State team ton defeated
was by only one
head coach, Florida State U.; Fog Paul Richards and
Cantrell won the 50 meter hurdlesin Allen, head basketball coach U., competed in the tournament they punt by top seeded Western Illinois There will be presented three News-Post. the Baltimore

7 0 seconds. : would not have to pjlay against State.It top prizes in each of the three
Gomer line
of Kansas; Jones
Negro players. flights. Such stellar performers King was signed as a free agent
is almost certainty,that had
coach, U. of Oklahoma; Frank a
That request was more than the expected to play are Miss Anne last summer while playing in the
Broyles backfield coach, and Ray Delta State played in the National
Jones Junior College of EUisville, Gregory the National Women'sChampion Negro American League with the
WATCH THIS CLOWN Graves line coach Georgia Tech. tsouraament and continued in the
Miss. asked when they journeyed ; Miss D.Robinson, Mrs. Detroit Stars. During the winter
meet the team would almost certainly -
all the way to California to playa Floyd Campbell of Chicago, Miss he played basketball with the
have competed against a
62-49-77 FLORIDA STARIN football game against ComptonJr. team. Rhoda Fowler New York City; Harlem Globetrotters.
Negro on an opposing
74-13-21 .College that had several Negro i Miss Sadie C. Holmes and othersof An aggressive athlete with

EVERY players. Even Gov. Hugh Whiteof For the first time in the National Atlanta and of this city. great natural talent, he scored ..R.SinCQ:

4 COLORED HOME Mississippi refused to raise a tournament three Negro Some of the local top ,flight 629 points for Grambling in 1952 1721. .
1 college teams entered in the
were club record
a Bob
voice against it. The same thing golfers are Mrs. Roberta L. Holland cage
9 7. I was true with President J. B. meet -and several of the white Miss Gertrude Styles. Mrs. Hopkins came along. He led the ftilSKA

8 6 No needed Young Jr. and Coach Jim Clarkof teams had Negro players. The Mildred Redding, Mrs. Aline Har- baseball club in home runs
surgery teams Central
Negro were
triples, and RBIs with
Jones. Kenneth Shutz and rington, Mrs. Venice Ford and a healthy The Worlds
State of Wilberfcrce, Ohio Ten-
.91-54-32 to reduce Paul Hitchcock, co-captains, said ; numbers of others of rare golf .473 average.
swelling in a statement "We have no nessee State of Nashville Tens, ability. King is trying to beat-out Gus Most Honored Vodka

110-7-248 whatever to playing and Texas Southern of Houston, Triandos, Bob Hale,Tito Francenaand
of objections Texas. Chairmen of the promotion and 80 s too fnuL Ibfe too Crate feyHOUR
painfid piles Bob for the first base
against a team that Negroeson publicity committee are J. E. Hut- LllliQ a CoWpvW..1Id..tldY3A
...'. Those teams that, competed in job.
Seaeti.a M> the
it" The was played
I doctor's teats, amazing new game chins a' local golf stalwart and I
Sometime .he's dew &tifile Puo 1Dstant7! relieved Mississippi ,school lost and not a the NAIA tournament were too
He co1He subtracts pfler torture) Gave internal and classed too intelligent too the crack shooter, George Harris.
I warts It aU ...... fittinal relief without surserrlS single player was any the worse Frank Hampton is general chairman
and too democratic to
6 TP ingredients re- off. far sighted
limI I Reduce allow the question of segregationto Joseph G. Crawford is cochairman -

FOR APRIL 7th welling. and Mr.. Hutchins is
walk In comfort Only ale By a unanimous rote of the spoil the real true spirit of also treasurer. Harris is also business
21-76-99 remedy. Stainless PUD Supp st- NAIL executive committee the clean and wholesome sportsman < L.
tones or Otatment at dr'a 1ItI. I ship.N manager Al C.Joyner,secretary -
1 so called "protection' was denied. and Mrs. Redding is chairman -

1I I Executive Secretary. Al O. Duer. of the souvenir program

I said at a press conference. that committee. l'' "

GALA EASTER WEEK MOVIES the members voted unanimously Bob Feller tells the story of his \ CLEANERS

I against the Delta State Teachers' first day in reporting to Cleve-

sum 2 BIG PROGRAMS! proposal and it was mutually land, and being given his equip-

"INDIAN FIGHTEI" agreed by the execuitre. com ment by the late Lefty Weisman, INCOME TAX RETURNS

SUN. THIU WID. Pies: "SHACK OUT ON 101H mittee and the MissUsippi-AU- Indians' trainer. "Weisman gave Short Form S2JHJ *- Jnc >-

APRIL 1.41 bama district committee that "at me a suit and a cap.: 'Bob is reported Long Farm. $t Q
"NAKED STREET--: .. -YOUNG AT HLU'fM particular time it would not as saying "and after dress- NED JACKSON

be wise for a team from that dis Ing, I told him the cap was too TAX EXPERT BACHELOR BUNDLES

IDOSEVELTS trict tor eater the tournament." big. 'See that it stays,that way,' 133 Clay S!. Ph. EL 6.3703

A prepared statement issued he snapped and I think it was- 9 AM.'Ti11 9 P J*.

5a. T.... "I 1.3 s... Tues. APdI 1.3 by Mr. Duer at the press confer- pretty good advice.
Both lit 1_ "AT GUNPOINT" ence stated: Coo I HOUR SERVICE
( .
'UTUIH Of JACK SUDtH Pin: S.M. Hayward
OF HfU.H "UNTAMED"Daue "After the completion of the DID YOU KNOW lAT Gabby
Plus: Clerk Mississippi-Alabama play-offs it Hartnett scored two runs in one I Learn Commercial l Art BeeetlfeHy La fired' .u Ffebked

W." & .Tours. 14 rIi, 4.S"COeWES" became evident to the district inning of a game in which.be Start AaytfaM
W.L B n.rs. April 4.5 -net LOOTERS'JAVANESE '" committee of that area that conditions appeared as a pinch hitter in G. f. >>NOW

Plus. DAGGlIH ... "PORT OF HELL" in that-district were so 1935 ; ;j/v
: AMERICAN fd" {
Fri tense that an incident might occur C C C 'i ; .
14.7 ti Sat.-Apia -7 .
tai. i Set. ART lltfoj j
W.. Elaett Rudolph. Scett in the National tournament DID YOU KNOW THAT" the :

"DRUMHA.T ova WYOMING" CORONER CRRK"pIIs which would be regretted. It-was Pittsburgh Pirates ,were held Mend T. New Ucctlwi1W

: lit bat -to- the judgment of the district com- scoreless for 56 consecutive in- CAST BAY STRUT
f AIW..M..IHAVIW. ".uAOTT ANa QQITIU.8 executive: 1G3-a major league 911 West Ashley 416 Main Street
THI Mur \"' nlttee and.the NAIA nIna in 24 "..,
lea .......' .MIIT comnitte that it would not be record? '


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'., Saturday, March 31, 1956

,:: Cooperation Leads ': To Progress- Trade With Florida Star Advertisers


Chips Off The Blocks 36 Candidates t Seeking Offices Jar Is Used REGISTRATION OFFICE OPEN I

f -MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8:30 A.M. TO 5:00: P.M.

r On Slate Level In Hay Primaries To Slash Jaxon TUESDAY & FRIDAY 6:00: !P.M. TO 9:00 P.M.I


c: .".." The 74 candidates offering tl hemselves for re-election to postsi A fight between two women
The pink rabbits and biddies
green one may see this week-end
: now held by them and those i have'off red to 'oppose them and who resided in the same houseat
will not be the results of'lh. night before. At this time, of the year "
:'. qualified; were\ announced_ in? the last issue of the' STAR and this 522 Jessie Street resulted Saturday -
any Indulging lad may meet big bunnies hopping down the streets
week those ,who offer to succeed :themselves for another term and: in the beating of one witha
hiding eggs and the such. Aforementioned lad will immediately
the ones who seek to unseat'them i are named. bottle jar. The woman suffered
: swear off of "the stuff." Be not alarmed boys, this is Easter time
The latter numbers will be voted lacerations to the
scalp, police reports -
and such sights are the order of the day. As for yours truly I am
upon on May 8, this year in a Robert R. Roberts, and John E. state.
still a kid at heart and look forward to colored eggs,and egg huntsas
eagerly as the youngsters. state-wide 67'' county election and Matthews,Jr..will run for the post The victim was Lois Conner, 42, i

those who make it to the second in GroUp I, and in Group 3, Rep.: of the Jessie 'StreetS address and
:.'' On Saturday afternoon, the local chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha primary willjbe: voted on Tuesday, William. Maness is opposed by charged with beating her is Alice

Sorority sponsors an Easter Party in the Children's Ward of Brew- May 29,'1956, There are also sev- Barney Cobb arid Frank L. Dob- Walker. The victim was treatedat

ster Hospital for the shut-ins. Later in the same afternoon they will eral qualified members of the son. Rep:Harry Westberry has no Duval Medical Center.It .

,sponsor an egg hunt at.the Darby Home for Children. We think more Republican Party who will be opponent since the withdrawel' of was stated to police that the

:. people should show the true Easter spirit as the sorors are doing and presenting themselvese to the Francis B. McHale'' of Jackson accused called the victim to the

,'.istop; using Easter as a day to show their new togs. offices held by the Democrats in ville. Group No. 1 is held now ,porch and began beating her

There is a problem in our midst of which many sepia Jaxons an election of general appeal in by Lacy Mahon, Jr.. who resignsit when she got there. There was no "

are unaware. It is more serious than we think. I am referring to the November of this year. They will to'offer for Duval County So-I reason stated for the assault, police ; TF:% r h i

problem of recreation for our service-men in this area. Last weekwe be named here also. licitor against Harry H. Martin. stated.

looked in the papers and saw where "the powers that be" have Offering to succeed himself in There were two GOPers who Sgts. J. H. Miller and O. A.

planned a big week-end for the thousands of sailors in town this office as governor of the state had opposition but with the with- Johnson investigated.

week-end off two carriers.: Of course a token program is planned for after almost serving the unexpired drawel of W. Howard Mcllrath,

Negro personnel This is,not the first week-end there has been an term of the late Gov. Dan Mc- T. Farris Johnson has no opposi- Heroines Of Jericho

influx of service men into Jacksonville. There are hundreds of intel-: Carty of Fort Pierce will be Gov. tion within his party for Superin-

.ligent young Negro men in responsible positions at the Naval Air I LeRoy Collins of Tallahassee, but tendent of Public Instruction in Will Gather MondayThe

'. Station and on ships in port. These men come to town and are he has opposition from five Flor- Duval County. ,For a member of

shunned by the "real folk" in the town but are welcomed with Texas ida men who hail from various the Duval County Board of Pub- H. Y. Tookes Court of

Guinan's old cry of "come on in sucker" by the riff raff. You can sections of the state. lic ,Instruction in District No. 5" Heroines of Jericho is called to

imagine the impression of this town these fellows carry back home. Those offering for the highest Republicans Mrs. Pearl E. Griffith meet Easter Monday at 5 p. m. in Kirk Douglas and J. Carroll Naish (above) star in the new

We really think some of the civic groups and other organizations in post in state government.are for- and Mrs. Gertrude C. Lindberg the meeting room of the temple, Cinemascope western drama. INDIAN FIGHTER." showing at the

Jacksonville should work with the Naval authorities and help in mer Gov. Fuller Warren now of will oppose each other. 410 Broad Street, in a special 'am Strand Easter Sunday through Wednesday. Co-hit is the action

planning recreational programs where these fellows may ,meet Miami Beach, and a former Jack- Without state opposition also is final session before the Grand thriller. "SHACK OUT ON 101. starring Frank Lovejoy and Terry

> some "good" girls. sonville Beach lawyer; Ferris William A. Washburne, Jr., who Lodge. It is asked that all will'come Moore.

Looks like it will be a busy week-end for all of the boys and Bryant, former Florida Legislatorand is to run for governor in the No- prepared to pay all obliga-

girls in this fair town this week.J. D. (Mr. Goodwill) Brooks George Speaker of the House when vember election. He is Republican tions Monday. Mrs. A. M. Frazier

Christopher and the two outboard clubs are busy making plans for there; Peaslee Streets; W. B.-(Bill) and,it is stated'that Republicans is Worthy Matron.It .

the biggest boat show ever. Ben Durham, Jr. and his aides are constructing Price of Jacksonville, and SumterL. without party opposition are is also asked that all officers MATHiS AVENUE

.- ski-ramps so that they can demonstrate aerial skiing Lowry of Tampa, who is con- Chauncey Crawford for the Boardof and members of Sarah's Court of
ducting a heated anti-Negro in Public Instruction District No the Heroines of Jericho will SHOE STORE
J. D. is in charge of getting the hostesses and the glamour for the ,

*- show-and knowing. D." you can bet he will pick nothing but white' schools campaign in the 3; Herman Greenwalt for Justiceof please meet Tuesday, April 3, at

beauties to greet all who attend Let's all pack up and go down stat Bryant is from-Ocala. the Peace, District No.1, and the same hour for the same important 1073-75 FLORIDA AVE.

by the river side and have some fun. Running to be returned to Mrs. Harriett Turner;, Justice of business transactions on
Washington as Senator (Junior) the Peace, District No. 4. the fourth floor of the Masonic The Finest Shoes Money Can Buy
You men who go for classy ground-grippers are reminded that
from Florida is Sen. George A. Temple. Matron Masha asks fora
On the state level office holders
the Mathis. Shoe Store on Florida Avenue is the only Negro owned More comfort than
Smathers of Miami for a new six without opposition: Congressman full attendance.
shoe house that carries a complete line of Stacy Adams shoes.don'ttake you've ever known

my word for it, but I'll bet you this typewriter to an Easter year term, and offering against Charles E. Bennett, .SecondDistrict" and handsome styling
him is Erie L. Griffis of CcClenny.J
egg that you will get the same brand shoes for less at Mathis than ; Justice Campbell Thor- when you wear
you would in any downtown house. State Supreme Court Justice nal of the Supreme Court GroupNo. Rooms For RentTwo

.-, nite the Two Joe will event Stephen O'Connell of South Flor- 2; Justice Elwyn Thomas, the /
Monday at Spot Higdon sponsor an Rooms For Rent For -L
ida is opposed by Zach H. Douglasof Supreme Court Group No. 4 one STACY
i I which has almost becometraditionaL, The famed FAMU (FAMCee for single woman who works and
I you old timers) Collegians will blast for all of the kids home from Jacksonville in Group 1, and State Attorney; Fourth Judicial single married ADAMS
a Justice T. Frank Hobson is to run Circuit, William A. Hallowes: III, man or cou
school and"the folk in town in the annual Easter Monday dance. All pie. 2203 Moncrief Road. Phone T SHOESfor
John D. Marsh.
of the fine young things from FAMU, Bethune and the. Atlanta against Jacksonville; State ComptrollerRay EL 55731. '
schools will be home. Secretary of State R. A. Grayis E. Green* ; Commissioner of: I 7k

J '- ;, faced by Edward G. Hornsby, Agriculture Nathan Mayo; State
i Bill Render popular service man of Floradale has returned to Modern furnished Coupleor
i I the city,after a tour of duty in other parts. He and the madam are and Attorney General Richard Treasurer J. Edwin Larsen and single man preferred.room. Phone
Ervin is faced by Prentice P. State Superintendent of Public
sponsoring'a party at their home on Doby Street come next Friday EL 5.5094. "
Pruitt On the Railroad'and Pub- 80 years F-
Instruction Thomas D.
t alto April 6. Friends of the Renders are asked'to stop by and chin : Bailey. famous for the
lic Utilities Commission Jim Blan- -
t; awhile, > ton faces Alan S. Boyd. And for Two rooms. Nice single man pre highest Quality
.:- Duck Davis passed and yelled it's almost time. I guess you members of the House of Representatives Mt. Olive 'Baptists ferred. 1536 Jefferson Street. and Craftsmanship
know what for. Around these parts'we all say the- Beaches operi
to be voted on only in Will Journey To Zoo
officially Eastef Monday. Joe Richardson has jumped the gun and .
Duval County Carl V. Ce ,
has already opened. With the beaches opening we hope Jack. Frost sery The Sunday School of Mt Olive Apts. Fer Rent $1 Will
will move out to stay until next year. Primitive Baptist Church, this s

i< Sol Revis has returned :from Tallahassee. We hope Sol left the WOBSPROGRAM city, will make its annual trek to J
Modem 2 room unfurnished
(. k- female. hearts as he found them. That boy's a devil. the Jacksonville Zoo Easter Mon- apt. j Lay Away
", Near bus line. Reasonable rates.
.. Hats off to Seth J. Darby, WOBS deejay for a most interesting day, and it is asked that all adults -,,, Anw of the
1321 West Union SL Phone EL
reply to the Public Pulse on the letter from a supposedly Negro in MONDAY FRIDAY of the church will accompany the Over 50
.:.. Sip On 3.9979. StylesTo
Alabama who is more than satisfied with "his place". We agrees 1:00413 Capsule Newt A: Weather children there.

with Mr. Darby that a man who attended the public schools afforded .:t3 70 HeaTea'i Grace) Road (MelvlB Buses will leave the church

.Negroes in rural Alamama ,until he was fifteen, and of all ,things 7o 71 Capsule New A: Weather Myrtle, Avenue and Fourth Help Wanted
73M: The Kid (Bolt Hudson)
'. thirty yearS ago could not write a letter of the type which appearedin S4e S3 Capsule New *: Weather Streets at 3:30 p. m. so that all
the JOURNAL 013.. 551 The Kid (Bob Hudson) who plan to attend may be on FEMALE
:to i3: Capsule New *: Weather
Frank LeGree Jr. and Henry George Wade have just ,returned 93 10 at Jnrapln with Johnny time, state Mrs. A. M., Frazier, the 2 Bus girls-6 days for HospitsaLMr.

: t. from a jaunt to Orlando. Frank following the pattern set by the IUle: l.M Capsule(Johnny New Shaw)&: Weather superintendent and the minister, Lessard EL 4-8561 Exten- Wish All Our Friends

rj: great "Charlie Hoss" who would go to "the Apple" after his affairs 11:13 1140 Gospel Train Number One the Rev. J. M..Dixon. They added sion 64.
'9r, (Melvin Grace)
Josh Hearst passed the office with garden tools. Maybe he 11:11 1113 Caprale New Weather there will be Easter eggs servedon
143: -1211 Gospel Train Number One and Customers
is planting since Nip Sams and Jack LeGette. took his title on Broad (Melvin Grace) the bus and that friends are MALE

Street 12:00 12:15. Local Jorner New) (Joyce invited also.. Bus Boy-6 days-For HospitaLMr.

s"Miss.Daisy" is' strictly on the upbeat Net only has, "Bubba's 12:15 12:30: Man-.a Street (Shaw_ AHudson : .. Lessard EL 4-8561, Exten '

,. Coffee Shop" been redecorated, but it is also air conditioned to they 12:30 12:45 Job Mart) (Joyce Joyner) sion 64. Every Happiness] .
....' Moving .'s 5icJrgrBlace /
; *. finest degree. You can sit back and enjoy- those home-cooked 12:45-10 A Joyner 11'0. ) World (Joyce

victuals in'comfort on the hottest of days. Another real 'cool fea.ilure 140 l.-OJ Capsule News ft: Weather Changing Suf 2 Dishwashers, For Hospital. Mr.
141 2-00 Gospel Train Number and To Add
'. of "Bubbas" is'the new peachy waitress who answers ,to the Two (Melvin Grace Lessard, EL 4-8561, Extension 64. a Prayer

4 "name of Haze Warren and is single. Back down boys I saw her 240 243 _- 243 340 Gospel Capsule Train News, Number ft: Weather PGiIIetteBLUE

first. Two (Melvin Grace) AU around restaurant worker. 10
:I:" 1:03: Capsule News ft: Weather That God Will Bless You
Sorry to hear that the doc told Elmo "Crack" Davis to stay in. 343-440 Jnmpia with Johnny BLADES hours daily. $25.00 and meals. ,

;: Hope 'Crack" gets"out in the air again. It's time for his favorite 440-443: Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)ft: Weather IN HANDY DISPENSE Henry's Restaurant. 9th and

sport to take over and we will miss him if he is not on the scene 443 -'540 Jnmptn with Johnny wifk Boulevard. Constantly and You
(Johnny Shaw) f ; Keep
to cheer for the "Yanks". S 40 141 Capsule News ft: Wntll.r5t3
Teddie Washington rising young trumpet man is leaving for .40 ampin with JohnnyJohnny arw/rfMfat First class short order cook with
( Shaw)
_Montreal Canada.. We understand Teddie received.an offer too goodto 040 .41 Capsule News ft: Weather r steam table, grill and sandwich In His Care
Kid Boo Hudson
C43 C:30: The ( )
board $35.00 and
refuse. SATURDAY
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Speaking of music; we mean the progressive stuff, we have an 0.40 40 <41 Capsule SUm On News ft: Weather, 98 meals. 10 hours daily. Henry's

idea. If any of you boys and gals are interested in .forming a 1t3 740 BeaTen" Road (Melrin Restaurant 9th and Boulevard.

: "Cannonball Adderly" fan club, drop yours truly a line. We think ,:It 1:1:1: Capsule Grace) News ft: Weather -- MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES
should together and push our r43: 840 The Kid (Bolt Hudson)
all of the young folks in Florida get 511513 Capsule News ft: Weather

fellow Gator" to the top of the heap. Let us not let the words 940 S43 -. 040 S43 The Capsule Kid New(Bolt Hudson ft: Weather) 1817 Myrtle Avenue Phone EL 3-5306

of the wise man who said "a prophet is without honor in his owncountry \ 943 1040 Jnmpia wtth Johnny STARING AT
ring. true. Let's get on the ball and begin to dig the 1050.1013 Capsule(Johnny New Shaw)ft: Weather

"CannonbalT. 1113. 1140 Gospel Train Number One 0. K. SUNDRIES1st
Melvin Grace
Sorry to hear that Gloria McMillian has been in the hospital 11:00.1153 Capsule News ft: Weather YOUR RADIOYou

Hope she is up and out soon and is able to wear her Easter: outfit I1tJ 1240 Gospel(Melvin Train Grace Number) One & Florida Avenue Phone EL 4-6377

Sonny Glenn passed with a cute little daughter on each side 1251-12:13 Local News (-Joyce:
of him holding Daddy's hand Don't argue record ratings with 12:15 12 JO Man Joyner Oa) Street (Shaw ft:

Joe Higdori. We passed and saw a copy, of BILLBOARD he had IZ:3t 12:45 Job Hudson Mart) (Joyce Joyner) Can Now

been reading. That means Joe is in the know concerning the wax. U:4I 140 A Woman's World -(Joyce

Moving on now, but as a last bit of repartee-all you birds who 40-143 Capsule Joyner) News ft: Weather
If want to take IU 240 Gospel Train Number Own A TV
there and sign
ain't registered, get down up. you Two (Melvin Grace) -
part in this big hassle scheduled for May 8, you had better get:ready ZIt 243: Capsule News ft: Weather Starling Next Week -
43-340 Jtunpia with Johnny
now. Remember not only is voting a right, but it is an obligationand (Johnny Shaw)
a privilege. If you don't believe so ask some of the folk in JU JII -- 440 343 Jnmpia Capsule News... JohnnyJohnny ft: Weather, At Low Cost A New Feature Will be Added To the "Florida Star"

i Alabama. Mississippi, South Carolina, Louisiana and Georgia who ( Shaw) READ
40-443 Capsnle News ft: Weather
wish they had the privilege you refuse to take advantage ol'Play .41 540 Jnmpia with Johnny

dead and crazy if you want to and Sumter' Lowry and gang will 40-543 Capsule(Johnny News Shaw)ft: Weather, Sets As Low As THE FLORIDA VOTERS' GUIDE

transform Sunny Florida to darker than Mississippi in a flash.. See 5U I. Jnmptn with Johnny.
haven't (Johnny Shaw) A Periodical D.sigaed To Help Voters To Knew More About the
you at 221 E. Adams Street'early on the next bright if you ). Slt CdO: The Kid (Bob Hudson. )
1:31 Sim Off CoadHlates for Cry, County. State end National Offices
registered. SUNDAY $29.95 Up
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40-740 Hearen's Road (Melon Some Sftafciffsea
Grace) Attention CandidatesBe
40-730 Heaven's Road Some S&owreem Samples All. Moke.-All Models.
LISTEN ao140: Lattmore Gospel Singers
1:01 S3* Oral Robert Sure Your Message To Voters Is .In

s,30 40 -- toe HIt Heaven's Bishop Johnson Road Pay as low as $2.50 weekly 17 & 21 Inch Screens

*.,TTO, THE NEWSROUNDUP'"V .' 1050. 1030 Heavenly Singers fire Gospel The Florida Voters' GuideOffice

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