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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 16, 1957
Publication Date:


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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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will ejthe! opportunity
of Totinglor a man" io

fill the unexpire4 frm of First, :
Ward Councilman ired V.' For :

While who died refcenily" In. a. .-s 1,100,000 .:1'
special election' to; ,b*; held ,
II March 19 and March:26 in the :
J case of a run-offr,

: ( have Eight entered Democratic the*race candidates but no ..
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; : : Republican, candidates. entered Plan '
z.t the field. Segregated '
The eight Democrats battlingit .

'Out' ,,for top,, honors in the
1 first primary are t:Elbert H.

.. Hendricks. Harold W. White-
'w head Jr.. Clifford E. Prince. White Held
15 Boys
George W. Gu"er., Gerry Educators'Ask'llOOOOO

Wilson. James T.: .Etheredge.Paul In Negro Youth's Death
Giorgetti sand H. L.

Pinkston. f,' CHICAGO The state's attor- To SegregateSchools
Unless one,of the eight wins I
ney 'Thursday said he will seek
the nomination in ihe,first pri
the death penalty ,for 15 white '
EuGENE J. BUTLER MEMORIAL CHAPTER Important figures in the EuGene J. Butler Memorial mary. a run-off. between the teen-agers in the hammer slayingof TAMPA. Maintaining segregation in Florida's public schools
of The Duval Cancer Society are seen as they attended a meeting recently at two highest .will ",be. bold on
Chapter County a Negro boy.A will cost the state' approximately $1,100,000 ,in the next two years
New Stanton Senior High SchooL Plans were instituted for the Tights On" Drive. March 26. coroner's jury recommended if a bill .recommended by, the state organization of school superintendents -
Left to right: Rodell F,"Roberts campaign.director; Andrew Robinson treasurer; Mrs. Eleanor The special: election 'will be that all 15 be held to the Cook .is passed at the comingsession: of the legislature.The .
Gay; recording secretary; W. Harper, vice president A. O. Jenkins,.local businessman'who donated ApplL, i..tiL'It"1bf County grand .Jury: on. murder superintendents approved! .
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$100.00 to the chapter at the meeting Mrs..Anne H. Fran executive secretary-director of the local can- 1f .Nt'TJ.z; selectors *charges.:" >>' ,' -t '& / _-..-Vf*'- the-l Wattsifat a meeting here t ng S t he*.meeting-that-the ,pupil- ,
are jfligiljle it vote in
cer society; Eulene Jones James Jackson and Charles D. Brooks president. the primaries and election. The victim, Alvin Palmer, 17, herd in conjunction with the' .assignment law should. be'amend'

a high school pupil, was .beaten Florida Education Convention.
Candidates will be voted-on ed to state that the'school boards'can
1 Monday night while he waitedfor The school leaders want the also'assign pupils' in adjoining -
Citizens at large ,throughout the city.:
"States Rights" Cited Tampa a bus at 59th St. and JCedzie state tel appropriate the money i counties.It .
Ave. Joseph Schwartz; 17, a railroad to aid, them in enforcing the so-
; 'to was, pointed out, however, .
Seeking Action BE SURE TO VOTE worker, told investigators. he called Fabisinski' segregation bills
that the attorney general's office
MARCH '19 struck Palmer. passed at a special session of the '
To Out U of F has taken a dim.view. of this or
Keep Negro
On.lalegralionTAMPA legislature in the summer of 1955. any other amendment to .the t law

For Personal Pay with the view that it might

Stabs Mate In Bath Tub; The money would be used to weaken it.Hillsborough.
> TALLAHASSEE The Florida Supreme Court last ,Friday in- Tampa Negro citizens hire additional personnel to be Superintendent

voked states' rights to deny Virgil Hawkins, Daytona Beach Negro, are concerned by what they used in doing the administrative Farnell observed that so far ,as

immediate_ admittance' to the_ University. of Florida Law'School consider the "lack of a positive Housewife 26 ArrestedA I work necessary in assigning he knew. there was reciprocation
The tribunals order came down approach" by the, Hillsborough pupils to schools. Under the pupil Between the counties already
almost a year after the U. S. Su-j I conclude that any discretion re- County School Board toward assignment law the county school along this line and there didn't .

pie Court ruled that Hawkins' mains in this court to lawfully complying with the U. S. Supreme boards must individually assign seem to be any necessity for,

was entitled to prompt admit 'postpone the issuance' of a peremptory Court ruling on school integration young Jacksonville housewife was arrested last Sunday on a each student in the county to a amending the law. The proposalwas .
tance. writ." the NAACP has said. charge. of assault to murder in connection with the bathroom stab- school. sidetracked.Also .

In i its 5-2 opinion, the state Hawkins, 49-year-old faculty In a letter to school officials, bing of her husband. This law was passed to insure side-tracked as a hot topic
court"said it could not conceive member at Bethune-Cookman W. S. Banfield, head of the Tam- James Simon, 38, 1'136'W.., 12th
that no'Negro pupil would be put due for further study was a -
that the U. S. Supreme Court College, has been trying for about pa,branch of the NAACP; said "A St, reported to police that he was 1 been a stormy one. in the same school with a white that white and Negro proposal institutional -
"would hold that the highest eight years to enter the univer positive approach to the problem in the bath, tub,, taking a bath, Sgts. G. T. Jones, R. W. Whit- pupil.
units longer be
no con-
court of a sovereign state,does not should not be delayed.. as integration and while he was in the tub he 'tington and Patrolmen Frank
sity.The Although there was no direct sidered separately in the calculations -
have the right to control the effective majority opinion said the is inevitable and nearer than had been teasing his wife. He said :Hampton and R.L. Jenkins con-
reference, to it during the discus for the minimum foundation'I
date of its own discretionary state court's appointment of a we would like to believe. his wife became angry and, stabbed I ducted the investigation. I _
sion of the proposed legislation program.
rocess." commissioner last year to ,take The NAACP asked school authorities him with a paring knife.
the superintendents, it was
The state court said that whileit testimony to determine when to cooperate with it "in Mrs. Rebecca: Simon the 26- among Not Explained
learned that several counties have
:was refusing at this time to Htwkins' admittance to the uni- 'the search for a peaceful solution year-old wife stated,that her husband Funeral. Rites Set had a difficult time ,keeping Jesse Woodham, Pensacola.
order Hawkins' admittance, the versity could be accomplished: to integrated public education in was bothering her talking up chairman of, the superintendent's .
action Was taken without prejudice without trouble was based upon Tampa." about her,family. She is reportedto For Chas. Simmons, Sr. with the segregation law becauseof legislative committee, did not explain -
a lack of personnel in the pupil .
his to before two grounds-one'state and one School Supt J. Crockett Far- have said it made her "mad" the reason for wanting the
to rights '
It was referred to
assignment job. '
the court again "when he is pre- federaL nell said he has given the letter and she got the paring'knife. and Funeral services were sche- as an "administrative burden." change in the law. :
pared to present testimony showing to a staff committee for study."It went into bathroom and stab- duled fotr 3 p. m. Saturday for However, Floyd Christian, Pi-
would be best that bed him in the stomach while he The law would be set up so
that his admittance can be we mu- Charles Simmons, Sr., 434 W. nellas County superintendent,
accomplished- without doing great Hew Lover Stats tually set UP a program of com- was still in the tub.Domestic .. Ashley Street, who died at 'his that each county would receive jumped up to declare that the
'public mischief.'" pliance with the Supreme Court residence last Tuesday evening. an extra unit under the minimum original intent of the 'law as ,it.is

Asked about the ruling. Haw- Mate's Ex-Lover decision and not allow outsidersto Quarrel Services will be at Laura Street foundation law. Some of the now was to prevent counties from:

kins" attorney, Horace E. Hill,of come in and distort relation- Presbyterian,Church comer State larger counties would get more. paying different scales to Negro
," the letter said. There was some discussion dur- and white teachers with the.same-
Daytona Beach said: couldn't ships Ends In Shooting and,Laura Streets.
comment until I've had a chanceto Theodore Taylor, 34 who lives Mr. Simmons, a native of Quit- i qualifications. .
examine the court's opinion.1Hawkins in the Richmond Hotel, 422 Broad man, Georgia, had been a residentof I Simmons of this city; cousins, Farnell observed that anythingthat

declined comment St. was shot critically last Satur- Robbery Staged A domestic argument followedby 'Jacksonville for the past 55 Mrs. Rebecca Thomas of Quitman,I. can be done to eliminate any

"until 1 talk to my lawyer." day when he broke through the a' tussel over a revolver last years. He was.a member of' Laura Ga., Frank Bennett"of Roebling. further classification of' th. #'*aces.

The majority opinion was written bedroom;'window -of his former At Astor Motel Monday, resulted in a Jackson- Street Presbyterian Church, New ,Jersey and Mr. and Mrs.' appears to be a good thing..3

by Justice B. K. Roberts with girl friend Jessie Mae Joseph, at ville husband being shot, in the where he served for 30 years as Wilbert Davis.of Dania,Florida. The superintendents seemed
Chief Justice Glenn Terrell Jus- 1072 Madison St. left leg, half way between knee treasurer of the Trustee Board. The body lies instate at the reluctant to discuss it at length,

tices T.'Frank Hobson Campbell Patrolmen Jesse Jackson and A robbery was committed at and ankle. He was a member' of the Elks residence until the hour of the but unofficial discussion,after the

Th mal. and Stephen C. O'Con- Charlie Sea found Taylor suffer the Astor Hotel, 1111 Cleveland Harry Hall,,JYench, 46t 1978 W. _Maceo Lodge No. 8,, :which he funeral with no viewing at the meeting indicated that some of
nell'concurring. ing" ,two gunshot wounds in the Street, Sunday March 10, when 24th St. was engaged In an argu- served as treasurer for 23years. church. the smaller county superintendents -

:,-; Thomas. Drew Dissent upper right chest and one in a two men held up the manager,' ment with, his, Wife' when the'shoo&"g i He was also a menii>erof'Joe H. are 'of the opinion that they
Justice. Elwyn Thomas and 'E. wrist Prince Albert Thomas, shortly occurred.',The ,husband James, Sr., Exalted Ruler's Council carr get more money out of the

Harris Drew dissented. The ,victim had been shot by after he, had*,finished making wanted'' to go ,out? and_:th wife No.'29 of the LB.P.O.nbi. E.W. BE SURE TO VOTE state by lumping the Negro' and
Infa< dissenting opinion Drew Homer Menef e,- the new boyfriend change for a touriSt. was trying to ''keep him home. Mr.Simmons was operator of the I MARCH 19 white teachers together. ':

said;Tlt:: is a fundamental truth of Jessie Mae Joseph. According to Thomas, one man During the argument the two tus- Enterprise Market on Broad St r r r" r .... _' -
+ that justice delayed is justice de The woman and Menfee told entered the front door:and pointed seled over a revolver. The revolver for 37,years. !r 1
riled. This case has now reachedthe investigating officers that Taylor a pistol at him' saying "Give: dropped to the floor and c discharged He,is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jacbcmvifte's Most Outstanding Minister ,

point where further delay walked up to the window and me what you;got. Shortly afterwards the bullet hitting nch I Hettie, Simmons;, ,two daughters,. "
will be tantamount to a denial of yelled for her to come outside. the No. 2 man entered in the! left. leg according' to,police I Mrs;' Lilouise McCray of this city ':.,. VOTE: HANK ,:.:. :- I F
the constitutional' right, of the Menefee answered that she was with"a gun:drawn also and told reports; and Mrs. Hettie S. Love of Philadelphia '" '" .. ; ..

relator (Hawkins" not going anywhere. him to turn his face to the walL French was taken'to Dr Archie PaJ? one son, Charles'}.' I :_ Iwaa ttG.'Cart My Drew said that he bad taken.an Taylor then tore the screen Thomas reported the loot taken Baker, 430 W. Monroe-St. by his Simmons, Jr., of this city? grandchildren ; *. % *. "
oath to uphold the U. S. Constitu- from the window and broke the as 10-$5 hills; 6-420 'bills' ; 16- employer, f B. "Wootton of 326 George' H. Love Jr., i I ;!.:,-...> .r '. .". ':, ,--"' .:,".rtll: i 1
tion and the Supreme Court has window pane. Menefee opened :$1 bills;,:30 quarters; $25 in nick- Old Kings Road.He was. treated Karen?'M, .Cove,.Charles E. Simmons "7 ': : :_i-u : 1. ., ,r-' ,'" -
long been .established as the, fire with a .32,pistoL les, dimes :and pennies and' a and''released. ?J m, Jolita T..* Simmons, rlili-. ,.. '( -Heave.' e'-.'.Mtebhir. '. .r. : "-';"'$' | .
"final interpreter" *of the federal e Taylor is in critical condition at metal box with $6, bringing.,thetotallootto ,' Sgts. G.T.Jones and.'-F:-A.Gru Charles McCray,- James McCray ii. t Jf.-' "'" .. -- .'_*',,:':-. ,...'. <..;,+;;.. ." ., "%*
constitution. .. ..., Duval.,Medical.jCenter:...Menefef: $197.;,:" ,: : '; .: ber investigated- f' and Vance McCray; son-in-law, ptl0i8l..OI -
.""Such*--an" _in interpretation- > :has. is being held in city jail' on' a, Officers Charles Scriven and Investigating officers noted George H. Love, Sr. of Philadel- L Mimi el Church J I, -
been made In this case. I canno t charge of.assault to murder. Milton Newsom investigated. that. Simmon's ,domestic'.- ;,i:, r"" Y life. has phia; daughter-in-law Jolita, ---sr.--r. r.

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__ THE f 1OMBA. StA i /r.;.r. ... March ld= 1957
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1- ..- ,' r- V Politics As Usual i

.",.r..:'"Ii>>.;' ":.' ." .1, '. .NEWS" uy:"a: .s', ''If... ..11 4.,. f!: '.
,<.-, Pablkhed by The Florida Star PabHshhg Co._. -.<
'MaIM8t Address: 1'X; .t I.. ; ..:fsI & would be well to list one or two ways by which youth can

,; : ; P. 0. Bon Ml; JeifcnevlKe, 'Florida "' -,+-' be given greater incentive for training; and suggest several action

J '413. Bread Street, JacksoaVlHe. Florida '....... ,'EL> 44773 '. programs that will help create a more favorable: climate for the
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development of the skills and abilities of Negro youth. .)
'pCrfe o. Stepson ........_-.... ...r..,.-_...._._.,.!"_.,._-_, iditar Literature _----'- .
Louisa Gaiayard ............____.....;..____..._---. M.... star }
"MC., Parham Johnson ?......____....,.._...._...._:_..... ..-. Hews' 5teH I and other visual break-throughs in employment;
:::11;* Ahenae ,Richardson ..-...-_--....-.. _--_. Ciresktiea ," aids that Twillform information on current and anti-
>: cipated job opportunities and employment
$ <., Member of Associated Negro .Press ; : and inspire
trends and and
: .,i ; specific
';' SUSSOHTriON RATB.- .' youth, their.parents actual examples of occupations in

One Year, $3.00; Half Year, $3.0.;, Three Months,,,.$ ,$ ., and 1 which Negroes have been successful -
S Mailed; To You, Anywhere" I hi .... United States.,' ;' D those who All of the popular media for
,Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Sea4, Cheeks or Money Orders Tot / counsel and Z graphic presentation should be

iI"'ORI A. STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA, : ): guide them ,1,. used- pamphlets, picture-books,

wM .. must be published posters, newspaper ads, comic
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.. ... ''..' .:- in large books, radio and television.
Will's Wriif Will Negro Sdwb? -,;:.. -.- quantities and
/ Professional
I : distributedwidely guidance associations -
f.:1tt.: -. Simpson and the schools can stimulate

HHtfro* Teachers Are Terribly Overworked 'y 1 1 This* material should contain the publication of more materials
so prepared as to encourage -
pictures, as well as facts about
minority youth to feel that
To begin with, it is regrettable that the term "Negro they are among those who are
Scfcoeb" should be used in.this discussion. But let's face It. your heart's desires and launch- being planned for.Opportunities .

AlUteagh the basic curricHfem-may :be the same, the'Biere / ing of joint projects that contain

fact that there is a separation tells us that,there is some:difference ii ; ; splendid future prospects. March should be afforded -
between white schools.and Negro schools.In 22nd and the 23rd make for excitement for junior and senior high

: that we are closer to the problems oflegro schools, : school students to meet and talk

in Jacksonville and the state,of Florida, we shall confine our 9-80-66-79-65-867. with members of minority groups w
at work in a variety of '
occupations -
discussions to that group in this area. : .
There are so many things "wrong" in the Negro schoolsof CAPBICOBHBom in skilled, white-collar, '
Duval and Florida that it will be necessary to take them up Dee 22 thru Jan. 19 technical and professional fields.

in a series of editorials.y ll No matter how things appearon Industrial plants and commercial -

Before we go any'further we would like to note that the the surface, or how others' ex- organizations hat hare 1 t

Negro teachers of Duval County -,in particular are. terribly aggerate, March 18th' and ,20th sound hiring practices can per-
overworked. That is not to say they are necessarily -L; : TI1&1 : counseLthat you allow events to form an important service in let-

overworked in the classrooms. We,find, it,is the extra activities speak for themselves.\ You will ting youth meet people at work.

which ,sap the very vitalityout of Duval teachers and "But :He's for Moderation at Home, In the Fight for Civil Rights" not have long to wait as some Universities and counselor-

reduces the teaching profession to- plain drudgery. mystifying source of providential training institutions should con-
It seems to us that all too often Duval teachers are re- successes and financial gains that intervention may 'reward. you sider the establishment the
and economically
quired to devote many hours to extra auricular activities are now within your reach. The personally on
after the close of the regular school day during which they Your WeeklyHoroscope 23rd gives a mixture of mysteryand the 21st. As long as you have put institutes expansion and of courses workshops, seminars$ for,
forth the proper'effort the opin-
are required to teach, nurse and virtually escort children unpredictability which will teachers and counselors, with
ions or beliefs of others will not
home. ', leave and the who shares
you one
Guide graduate credit, that will give
It is to be admitted that the function of the ParentTeachers your fortunes richer, materiallyand detract in the least from your these counselors and others
good fortune. The 23rd shows an
Association is which in the end could ,
an important one spiritually. insight into the behavior
serve to bring about better classroom management. Therefore WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 6-20-55-18-54-255. that those your of the ways skeptics.4c077.5976.47.are, superior to goals of youtH from the lower and \
the additional time and work involved for the
despite ,BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL socio-economic 'groups. These institutions :
teacher, we can understand the demand on their time.and LIBRA ,.... should provide infor-
their willingness to cooperate.On ly PAiL Tii. ASTROLOGER Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 mation about occupational prob- :\
the other hand find that there
,. we are many complaints You may still be a bit off par Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 lems and opportunities of Negroes !!
from teachers who are being called upon with in- ARIES expected developments that, are on the 18th while Mercury op- With the exception of the 18th and similar minorities, and the !;

creasing frequency to participate in tea affairs, stage shows, Born, March 21 thru April 19'' indicated, should justify a long poses Jupiter. But, the silver lining and* 20th you can expect this community resources such as the tUrban

book reviews, book showers, 'plant showers, beautification Unfinished business and prob- period of, planning and hoping. becomes quote sable on the week to furnish you with the in- League, that are availableto
projects and a variety of other projects: and gimmicks. lems ,of a _service or health na- March 23rd gives further aid if 20th-21st-22nd.These are the days spiration 'and incentives that will help.
In addition to all these school-connected teachers
projects ture should be faced with self- any is still needed. for long-range planning in the bring you closer to fulfillment Teacher
associations and school
are asked to participate in the various fund drives ranging
assurance and with determination 3-4099-$9-98--493. company of persons who are 22nd
The inventive
brings out, your
superintendents can play an Important
from the March of Dimes to the Muscular Dystrophy whichwe
to get them out of the way. This, interested in the future, or with and creative tendencies at' role
as catalytic agents to
efforts But
.. recognize as worthy requiring our cooperation. will ,free you for the interesting CANCER the one who expects to share ,it their best. If you are single and information
: get courses established. -
after teachers have given of their in of these
energies support period ,in the offing. The opportunities Born June 21 thru July 22 with' you. Join new social or club have a friend you would like to .
drives which we think should be purely. on a voluntary to advance yourself,your I Lightning can strike 'twice. Do groups if this will add to your bring closer to you, this is the f
basis it is asking just a little too much to expect them to The Bureau of
ideas, your talents and emotional I not pursue any ideas that conflict prestige and development time' to make your views, hopes Apprenticeshipof
return to school at and for homeroomtea
night Sunday every interests. Another occasion to ob- with accepted practices or ob- The 23rd could, make it possiblefor and desires known. the U. S. Department of Labor

:and presentation.There tain your ,heart's' desires is dy- vious trends. Besides, you have you to acquire _a new friend 6-90-44-89-43-443. should sponsor a national confer-
is no denying that, the \welfare of the school and namically introduced during this the magnificent;planetary aspects under. dramatic circumstances. ence in the near future, to ex-
the children should be of to the teacher. but
concern pertoct'3 of,the 21st-22nd coming into play 5--30--44-29-43-344. PISCES plore the whole problem of racial
it is also the duty of the parents to,concern,,themselves with %- ,.- 23 1231.'TAUBUS which shoula'give,a'splendid'and Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 exclusionist policies which bar
the activities of the school and the welfare of their childrenso qualified youth from apprenticeship -
profitable turn to your business SCORPIO Rather than the
inviting uncer-
that the teachers could be relieved of these extra activities
and private fortunes, when yougo.after.your Born OcL 24 thru NOT. 24 tainties of separations which are training and experience. 0
which would enable them to do better job of
a teaching. The last,week'.of February re- objectives with dis- Work cures everything. Workis possibilities, see how you can go

It remains advisable coincide cretion and shrewdness. March not only an excellent palliative, about,reconciling existing dif-

FLORIDA MEN IN THE ,ARMED, .SERVICES your views with those of your 23rd adds to the "lucky streak:"* but it can bring sudden and un- ferences. The benefits of buildinga Itching Torture
mate or other colleagues as to 8-20-88-10-87-288. expected successes that will en- home on a firm foundation,

avoid the possibility,of emotional able you to rise in stature, be- pooling pecuniary resources or PROMPTLY RELIEVEDA

r i complications with loved ones LEO coming an authority, settle service I earning power ,and engaging in doctor's formula-soothing anti-
r and friends which could be aggravated Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 or labor questions and make I exciting and inventive endeavorsare septic Zemo promptly relieves the

r Aror ynd .by,March.18th. Be readyto I Hitch, your wagon to a ,star. considerable additions to your particularly accented. The itching, burning of Skin Rashes,
capitalize ,on an unexpectedand .' Bide your time on' the 18th thru revenues and private resources. 'value of reaching an area of com- Eczema Psoriasis ,Ringworm and
sudden turn of events which 20th. The 21st-22nd literally give The 23rd brings many elements 'plete agreement is further em- Athlete's Foot. Zemo stops scratching -

will clear away your misgivingsand you a blank check to pursue individual -; of good fortune and unexpected I phasized ,at this time. &nd so aids heal 2emO

benefit your pocketbook bey- and future objectivesand i openings which you should utilize 7- -55-49-54-546. tug of irritated i
ond your fondest hopes. March underwrite your fondest I to the full extent of your power .

23rd brings a surprising but good hope Make arrangements in and resourcefulness. Keep affec-

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"WOMEN'S DAY" :BENEFITED. Several participants of the Green Leaf Tea, held recently! *.
Sigma Theta Sororitr'are. teen at a in the home of Mrs. Mae Byford, 1072 W. Duval SL, are seen, here. *.
planning meeting held recently the home of Soror' Sybil Butler 1498 W. 11th ,St. The order of
Left to Paul Allen, Mis. Laura
right: Harris Mrs. Mae -Byford Mrs. E. M Miller '
business was centered around the forthcoming "Jabberwock" scheduled to be held 'April 29, ai New Brayboy, Mrs. Lillian Muller and Mrs. Harriet Wilson. Mrs. Mary _* .* *: *' *.
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Left to right: Soror Lourenia E.:Solomon, Soror Olga Bradhami president:"Soror' Lillian Small: ,

chairman of "Jabberwock" "' Committee Soror Mary F. ColemanSoror; Edna Adams Soror Hazel I $ + *
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Orerstreet Soror Sallye Mathis, Soror Sybil Butler,hostess;' Soror'WiHye F. Dennis and Soror Marian o ..

Sutton.MarvyneBetsch e IT-"' : ; 1 ; : .,'

the most delicate tones and : .
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shades of tones and'has been .:,.".","":"".:.>,. ... ." .'"..".. .. .. :' NEW VISITS JAX *.1
described by musical critics' as ::;; f ';:: ; >: l &' Mr. Curliis Ruth of Yonkers, '
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IntConceri At Si. Phillip's Church; "a talented'young singer 'great ,
: : x< ; )*" ft New York is vacationing in Jack
promise. )(' sonville. He is the guest of Mr. .:

Miss Betsch is the daughter of Jf.J and Mrs. Thomas Staples 1719 ,.

I March 24th Recital. Slated. To -Aid. -' the late Mr, John T. Betsch, Sr., Illinois Street. .
and Mrs.Mazy Lewis Uetsch, vice S. I ..r
Church Renovation ..
Progranr president of the AfroAmericanLife FAMU ALUMNI BANQUET ...
Insurance dompany. She is a Preparations are''underway for GERALD HOWARD

One.of the finest musical,events of the.season will presented 1955'graduate of the Oberlin Con-' r the FAMU Alumni Banquet,scheduled Isaiah Blocker School Jaalorlllgb ..

in, Jacksonville when Miss Marvyne Betsch appears as a concert servatory of Music, Oberlin, Ohio, til Yw.ra. to be ,held March 30,. at *'i
soloist at St. Phillip's Episcopal Church, ,corner Pearl and Union, having received earlier traininga 'h ?; Club Efdorado. The Jacksonville and Pepsi-Cola Pepsi-Cola Bottling dealers Co. '

.Sunday evening, March 24th. t Bethune-Cookman College, Chapter, sponsor of the affair, has aid are proud Howard to of salute the Ger-9-11' .
The gifted young soprano is Daytona Beach, Fla. Miss Betsch extended invitations to FAMUans class. He is a member of v

being presented by the,, St.... Phil- novation of the church. also studied languages at .Har- 8 S t in adjacent communities to at- Student manager Council of Isis homeroom business _*a*.

I lip's Church Choir in connection She possesses a voice of unusual tend. The entertainment commit or anizauon and captainof W
the school band.
with the Operation Salvation quality and range which vard.While j.. tee has made extensive plans' for ..
in Paris, Miss Betsch
Drive to raise funds for the re she projects with ease to produce the amusement of guests. : ..
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studied under .Madame Simons S. .
Tilliard and Monsieur Guiseppi ''i If:1
Boralevi, two of the most well- r'i: i '
Les Charmette Beauty j Sal6n- J known concert tutors in that area. HOSTESS a 'f:
Guests attending the bridge

h' 1427 Davis Street Miss Betsch will be accompanied 'I party in the home of Mr. and

r by her'mother, Mrs. Mary F Mrs. Adrian Oliver Saturday evening *- ., .
[ Invites you ,to lit: your { < Lewis Betsch, who is also an accomplished dined on baked lobster; '
hair styled"to luit- ru ::;
musician. Mrs. Betschis served with spiced crabapple. a 1:7: '
your personality. organist for Mt. Olive AME tossed green salads french fries. : :
Specializing 'la [ : : ,
Church. hot buttered rolls hors d'oeuvre
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Electric Scalp Masraa" : SILVER EVENT Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Harris. 1410 Louisiana and of :,w :

0 To 3 Beauticians Serv You k;. The concert is scheduled to Street.'are seen,cutting the cake on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary a.variety Doris' Glover beverages.Mrs. Bennett was .' fi :...: ; :

start at 6:45: p. m. and there will ,'celebrated March 9. awarded ,'Y. -
: a prize for being the : ::
Guests included members of the family and close friends. .'
be no chargefor or
Catherine Allen Daisy Jackson Jerrell ,Graham outstanding player of the eve ,,:::
collection. lifted. ning. .-

.' .'- .: School Guards SlateTea Rev.: Badger, To SpeakTo Members and one of guest the attended.' KelvenetteClub BARBARA..BENEEIMMatthew' JEAN

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: : : "ST. PATRICK'S DAY" TEA Barbara Is a member'of
B *' eleventh grade class andan .
:: \> ; Members of the Orchid Ladies' honor student. She la*
t The school crossing guards will Missionary Society Club will sponsor an afternoontea *' makers a member of of America the Horn Cluband "
present: a Founders' Day Tea the drill team.' .Barbara -
Sunday, March 17, at 4
1 .. .' .' -., look. Rev S. L. Badger,. pastor of Is affiliated with the
March 24 at the Wilder
Sunday, .
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p e j o'clock, in the home of Mr. and Payne Chapel A. M. Z.Church
": .-.t '. : ', __ M. '..' Recreation Center, Third anfl Mt.I Emanuel Baptist Church, will deliver Mrs. Earl West, 1225 W. if where she serVes
EighthSt. on Usher Board No. 2.
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the 'for the anniver-
Herman Streets.An sermon .
.j : The tea will feature a "St. *,* 1* ***lfc
: in ; invitation has been extended sary observances of the Senior Patrick's Day" theme.

t. your to principals, P-TA presidents, Women's Missionary Society of Mrs. Mildred Scniggins, presi w, :*
patrol mothers, and other P-TA Second Baptist Church, scheduledto
; dent of the organization,'announ- .
officers to attend as platform be held Sunday, March 17, 3 *.
: ced the following chairmen for z'
# ;y mirror guests. Mrs.: .M. L. Washingtonwill p., m., in thQ auditorium of' the the tea: Mrs. Lessie Colodu, refreshment ..

__ ,be a special guest.Spelma'n' church. ; MrsCatherine Bolden *
t .Rev. will be presented '
d Badger program; Mrs. 'Marguerite rl nw
:today. Club Slates by Rev. K. D. Britt, pastor of Dennis, decoration; and Miss Me- 44 d *

Second Baptist Church. linda' Wilson, finance.A *

"Founders'( Day" Tea Several outstanding persons program has been arrangedin it
"and r- will participate in other phases of connection..with the event,

I In Zeta House Sunday the program..:'W..The+ Revs:: E.; H.: with an invitation extended to ifif

Howell, E. G. Harris, Mesdames the public attend.,
; .. y. Leola Thomas, Margie Ferrell, a.
::0' seeyourfiair C The Spelman College Club will ,
., r t sponsor a "Founders' Day" Tea and Lauretta Blount, Harry Sim- MISS MARVYNE BETSCH <, &
i. mons and Mrs; Ruby Morrissette. Jacksonville's social events will
Sunday, March 24, from 4 to 6 ALVIN HAMPTON
0, : p. m.'in the .Zeta y House, 422 W.! Choir No. 3 under the direction :- take on a cultural aspect March
,. .. Beaver StAn of Mrs.,G. C. Vaught, will 24 when Miss Marvyne Betsch James junior Weldoa lllth School Johnson *

lovely. ,ds fashion '. j interesting program has furnish, music for the occasion.., soprano. will make her initial Alvin It a member of the *
.. been arranged in connection with Mrs. Rosa .Lee Edwards is public appearance as a concert 9-2 class: and an honor .
';> .. it to be! ... soloist since her student. His.extra :
means ; : the affair, under the direction of chairman of the program com- return from cularv activities Include

Mrs. Emma Word_ and"Miss Helen mittee, and Mrs.; ,Lexzjna Johnson: Europe.She .school being a band member and participation of the *s
hair is will be heard in a musical In' various sports r
Today,gorgeous new Stoddard. president of the society.
He is a member of the St.
color ft fashion...and today, Friends invited candlelight service at SL Philip's *
... are, to attend. Friends are dnvited\. John Baptist. Church
you|can look in vaor mirror .. Episcopal Church rendering selections *
.' andbee the same glowsagleis- .. designed to express the : -'
trous color chosen by models like PATRONIZE "FLORIDA' I feeling of all Christians duringthe *-* *
,'this famous beauty herel;Yes,.with' J y .. V ADVERTISERS Lenten Season. 'J -.
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you can gin your hair:exquisite new 0 the singer, will serve as her ac Cola to these.tkrtevMtrit

color,'long-lasting naturaMooklngcolor. ... w 'You ,Dan't Have to Go to Town, to: Get comp nlst. Award ','...n!'

..4 easy as 1.2.31RRxrens6erGodefrq's! j It Uttta ta Pepsi Merit Award
Uri Hair Cotor-- salutations- '.. Pester Ceta
:lag is the'famous,dependable use brand in the reds' : LOW PRICESOn .Muskal Tea Sunday *, TUN-TIME o.' 'y 0. r dial.WftHC Sarvra'aya, IWO

box) known and approTed,j/or more'than,3flyears. .. *r, 10:45 le ii14 A.M.*
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-'-today-and-see your.hair lorelya*fashionmeansittoTbe H. Your *
.' '.- ( ,. : Mr:*aiid"Mrs.-.Jerry. ,Lang, 1316 *

r-..*-'. HL i; ', +. llrqsds&shides DRUG> STORE HEEDSt. West 29th Street.will be hosts toa *

"-i- .', I. t... ." .' '0 : :!.' tea* unday:March 17,from 4 to
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6 p. m. for the benefit of the *
if TredeWit" Your N&ghborhoodK 'Orugt'Store
JJ Pulpit Aid Board and Choir No. 1 .'
Of New Mt. Olive Baptist Church.
:: :follow 541 Advtrtwe n.
t .1'; We Will. Meet Any Prices Mrs. Odessa Wiggins is cohostess. .,

these .In Your Local Papers ...... .
'3. O. ,r Participants on the program in-
-: > clude' the Rev.,Mr. H. L. Jenkins,

easy,.t...!..iep1..... f .. .. 1 WOOD'S; :. DIXIE PHARMACY pastor of Mt Olive Baptist
,:l -/.SMmpoe*tsar ?.Apply GW..roy's 3.AAercooi.....' .
: '",>, qltiWh.Ashdriu,- Ur .s..wlBt. hMdy' v...........,..w,, .. Church; Rev.' J.. Collins Mrs.:; eel.', '
-,Ged.froy's lorkvse tIP,.... IncMed ei ..ale aa4 sat fa yow ., r..,, 1M2-KINes ROAD et MYRTU AVENUE" ...' Vera WaddeD, Mrs.Julia M.-Mor-. Cetael
oJ." ...._ 01*.d.d.t 'pockofet1 favockWyle. J, tA. PHONES EL 3-5577-W land, Levi Simmons,'Mrs: Ml:'Collins
w. fieJiver..- W. Alto. fOi AH Doctors* fressrfptfeu* t :Mrs. C. ,B*'' Larkin.! Jerry a .JacfcscavtfieBefrts

: .1 ; PAY-'YOUR' LIGHT, WATER ANDTELEPtWNE--.: Land, The Willing Workers i
.' ......" 'II'e : Spiritual Singers, and Mr*. M. A.

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: Sessions j1 legki Tuesday, Pallbearers Grand Union Of, Tampa, Florida I 7Au -:, Jlli'lIJ }ftuJ61e

Rev. "Sams To OfficiateThe

'Y., : : The Power Df The Right nice"-'-,

Progressive Baptist State ,
Convention of Florida, and live VV V : .
of its six auxiliaries' will open *5 V S5V ASSISTANT PASTOR OF CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST TEMPLE '
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annual sessions here at 7:30: \V PART n -
Thursday night, March 19, in i :
Zion.Hope Baptist Church. l Moses must have seen the separation of the Red Sea: he must

The:. .Convention, headed by have seen the twelve stones in the Jordan, he must have seen the

Rev. J.. C, 'Sams, will open offi- Temple in Jerusalem; Yes, he must have seen Elijah and all of the

cially Wednesday morning at S 4 other great prophets, he must have seen Jesus coming forth from

Zion Hope Baptist- Church Rev. if the grave with the symbol of victory in his hand; and he must have

E.:J!. Simpson, pastor. / rM + a. seen all of us who stand today at a place in history when we must
make choice of the real the unreal and
f < 3 Y Rfa a or ; desiring to give us a
The .meetings will be open .to
proper example-he chose afflic-
the public,,and will continue thru
tion for luxury, one Midianite
Sunday afternoon, at which timeit
woman for the many beautiful :SV
will close with a mass meetingin
Zion Hope. : x y.'tit.. d. glamour girls of Egypt: He chose ___
V the Way of Holiness: the standard .
The Senior W-omens' Auxiliary, t. r Ya: which God set from the foundation -
headed by Mrs. H. B. Miller, will .Y -av of the earth.. _

hold' its! sessions in Abyssinia 1. When one makes a positive y 1ar, __
Baptist Church, the Rev. B. L.
decision for Ihe right he influences
Wynn,. pastor. The Y.W.A.s and } Hl others to decide also.

Junior Women's Dept. will meetat ________ u The very choice which Moses .e S'V

1 Second Baptist Church. PRESIDENT SPEAKS Members of the Pallbearers Grand Union of Tampa are seen here as they attended a ,meeting here recently made might seem to us quite b <" T.\ 5.
The Youth convention, Mrs. M. President addressed the \;4 \
when the Grand group. meager, in so far as we are con-
M. Warren, general director, will Seated left to right: Mrs. Rachel A. James.Grand Finance Secretary: Rev. W. R. Robinson. Grand President: Mrs. Lois Cain. cerned; but his one decision af-

meet at Shiloh Baptist Church,. Grand Deputy: Mrs. Essie H. Campbell president Lodge No. 224<<: John Francis vice president No. 189:'Mrs. Pearl Calhoun. president of fects ours today. Why do we talkso

the'Rev. A. B. Coleman, minister. Lodge 189: and Rev. G. W. Miller, president cf Lodge,No. 216. much about the Ten Com- _
Mrs. Agnes L. Dean is the pres- Second I'ow.left to right: Partially shown. Rev. Wm. Tucker president of Lodge No. 225: W. L. Dickson business manager. No. mandments? We may not keep

group and :Mrs. Katie McKay is 189: Mrs. A. B."Marshall. No. 189: Mrs. Ivory Hutcherson. No. 189: Mrs. Daisy Bell Williams ,No. 224: Mrs. Mattie Calhoun financial sec them, but we do talk about them., :

ident of the Junior Womens' retary.' Lodge No. 224: Mrs; Julia Macon. No. 189: Mrs. Vina Green. sick committee chairman No. 189: Mrs. Florida Peterson. sick committee don't we? Do you think the
The Ushers' Union, headed byMis. co-chairman. No. 189: Mrs. Ola Mae Caesar'financial secretary No. 189: and Robert'Robinson president of Lodge No. 222. i preacher of the '"Satanic Persuasion V ,S' .

Idella Williams, will meet at. Back 1'0wleft to right: Rev. Wm. financial'secretary, of No. 225; Mrs. Margaretie Stubbs. No. 189: and Mrs. Luella Before. Church' who remembered

Evergreen Baptist Church, the treasurer of No.Southside \89. ..' where he had left his umbrella \js

Rev.' H. H. Wright, pastor; and when_ he was _preaching the
the- Layman's Brotherhood will Seventh Commandment would"have been shocked into a deep Moral
meet at the Union CommunityAME Ushers Set Anniversary Set MISS JOYCE BRYANTTO Sweellield Opens I I Consciousness if Moses had not gone to Mt. Sinai'You may think

Church. MAKE APPEARANCEAT so, but I certainly have'my doubts. All Israel decided to leave Egypt
A detailed program has been Mass Meeting SundayThe Ai Shiloh Church when Moses put his proposition to them. And Pharaoh was madeto
arranged by the various departments ARMORY MARCH 31fl. 46th AnniversaryThe make a choice when the plagues threatened to destroy the King-

with outstanding ministers Southside Ushers' Union dom over which he ruled. Yes, a positive decision ushers others to

teachers, and missionary will hold its Third Sunday'Mass The ,Deacon Board of Shiloh t ; :\.Jfj;. the point of decision, either in favor of or against. If they decide in

workers slated to appear. meeting at Bethel Baptist Church, Metropolitan Baptist Church has :; 46th anniversary of Sweet- favor of the Right they succeed, but if they decide for the Wrong. .

Choirs from this city and other Southside, Sunday, March 17, at announced plans for the observ- ,.. field ,Baptist Church, the Rev. G. they will be drowned in the "Red Sea of Oblivion" while those Right
W. Phillips, pastor, will begin
sections of the state will sing at 3:00: p. m. ance of the 90th anniversary sche- .:" Ones cross over just ahead of them enroute to the Canaan of
the rvarious sessions. Mr. Joe Winston, president of duled for March 18 in the audi- .,'.:...' ., Monday in charge.night with District No. 1 success which God has prepared for them. Have you made your
the Union, is asking all ushersto torium of the church. '.; choice?
be present. The speaker for the occasion District No. 2 will have chargeof
CHOIR TO SPONSOR The Rev. Mr. Steve Love is will be the Rev. G. T. McCall, the program Tuesday night. II. The man who begs the question when important propositionsare

pastor of Bethel Baptist and'Mrs. pastor of ,Mt. Vernon Baptist The address will be delivered by placed before him or who vacillates when a choice must be made

PEW RALLY SUNDAY Roberta Andrews is church re- Church. He will be introduced by ,; : : .. Mrs. Theo Oree. Different male will be destroyed by the forces of the world for he is not a unified

porter.,, the Rev. A. B. Coleman. ;" ". ''' : choruses of the city will furnish person: but the man who comes to conclusions out of the resourcesof
A Pew Rally will be sponsoredby Appearing on the program will '( the music. District No. 3 will have his best informed and best disciplined self who makes the positive

Choir 1 of St Matthew Bap- be' the choir of Mt. Vernon, D. W. 'I; ... I charge Wednesday night. decision-and who moves out to make his contribution to the realization -
Church in connectionwith \; ihe/cause to which he is committed will be fail
tist Sunday CONTEST SLATED AT Wells, the Women's Chorus,. Dea- i The services Thursday night never a
a musical Sunday at7 p. m. con L. V. Baety, Mrs. Clara Jones, will be in charge of Tabernacle ure but will always come rejoicing "bringing in the sheaves.

District 3 will sponsor a "GreenLeaf BETHUNECOOKMANDr. A. Fleming, D. .W. Perkins, Deacon Baptist Church in interest of District Elijah, whose very name tells where he stands (Jehovah is My
Tea Sunday, March 17, Oscar Brown J. T. McCall, Joyce Bryant once popular 5. District 4 will be in chargeof God) is a perfect example of the aforestated proposition. When he

from 4 to 6 p. m.* in the home of V. Moore, presidentof Mrs. Mable Davis and Walter, nigh "1ub singer, will appear _at the service Friday night Sun- went before King Ahab, it was not he who trembled, but; it was Ahab
Mr. and Mrs. M, Mack 1324 W. the Duval County Armory: March
Jones. ; day, March 24, the Rev. Mrs. "
became victim
Bethune-Cookman College, an- who suddenly the of a severe case of the "shakes.
29th Street.District 7 will observe 31, 8:00 m. for the benefit of
Deacon Walter -Jones is chair- p. Marie Washington will be the
nounced that an oratorical contest His mental powers became subdued to the 'prophet because he was
its 4th anniversary at 3:30 p. m. the Happy Haven Home for the
Choirs of the will
Allen will be held at the college Sun- man of the program committee.ed speaker. city standing in the presence of a man who had fully decided where he
in the home of Mrs. Aged.
furnish the music.
day, March 17, 3 p. m. in Moore's stood; while he, a "henpecked" divided personality who dependedupon
1403 Ave. The speaker
Myrtle Gymnasium. The affair is being )by L. Allen Pyke. Miss Bryant, who is universally Deacon Luke Stevens. chairman I Jezebel to help him, was void of strength. Elijah was committed -
will be Clarence
sponsored the Eleventh District The announcement, disclosedalso known gave up a successful career and Mrs. Madelin Judge the [I to One God and presented One Purpose; while Ahab was
District 10 observe sec-
as a night club singer to devote
Mrs. of the American Legion of that the affair Sunday will co-chairman are urging all dis- divided influenced by multiple gods and representing people who
ond March 24.
anniversary her talents to Godl/The: event
Florida. be a district elimination event, tricts to make one hundred per were "limping.",Small wonder then that Elijah could make his demands -
Etta Brooks will be guest speaker. will mark her initial ..
The program will also .feature and the winner will compete in appearancein cent reports. on the King make his requests to His God and come forth
District 4 will sponsor a palm the State of Florida. ..
14. music by the college band, direct- the statewide contesLHARPER'S # victoriously. And the record shows that in any instance where men V
Tickets are on sale at the Hollywood
have come out and have taken a forthright stand for the Right, they
Music Store 605 W.
i BHi BBi i""" Ashley
St; Milton Hood's Guest House, Fraternal Kites have gone down to their homes with the trophy of victory. Any man

836 W. Church St.;; and at the who chooses to follow the Way ofHoliness God's Way alwayshas

Happy Haven Home, 2806 W. PALLBEAAERSsNO.216Pallbearers' a "Success Story" associated.with his! .name. If you don't believe .

I has it Edgewood Avenue. Advance tick- Society ,No. 216 It, just reflect on those men whom you know who have walked with
ets are $1.25; at door $1.50. Re- will sponsor a tea Sunday, March
God. They might not have been dressed in Red, but it can certainly
served tickets are $2.00 in advance 17, from 4:00: to 6:00: p. nx, in the
and $2.50.at the'door. home of Mrs. Emily W. Haney, .be said that they kept a good name; which is of more importance

.., 1410 W. Eleventh Street :,' than many riches -If you don't believe it, check the Credit Bureau. _

An invitation has been extend"", (:To Be Continued)
FLORENCE West Union, ed all Grand Union Pallbearers

ONLY and friends. to attend :the event .. ..
Plans ; .
Anniversary .' -- -- -

ST..MAR r's''sOCIETY' ;

i Super 36 $159.95 'The 22rid anniversary of District The Sa1nt Mary's Benevolent ,..
--, : 9 of West Union Baptist Society will celebrate iU second

Church will be observed Sunday anniversary Sunday,March 1'1.at

March 24 at 6:30 p. m. in the 4 p. m.,-in the Sunshine,Spiritual
:GASRANGE 24 Months To Pay auditorium of the church. Church674 FloridaJWe.

Mrs. J. W. Bolden is chairman' The program will y. ;be providedby IMPROVEMENTS
J of the program committee. Deacon talented personalities of the
'?'os No Down Payment With Trade Daniel Hudson and W. F. f
- .1tJl urn' i : !: V city who have male several an- "
: '
Gordon leaders of the
V are
S V 5 5h group. pe ranc before .the Jacksonville BY

coo TOP :,: The program for the occasion public. ,- .- :. ,.' ALLIEDHOflEY r
A "t. will be announced later. Mrs. 31 It Collins and. Mrs. '

TJFETTME'' PORCELAIN' ; .. _-. _ii Uj_"_"", 0-. -'-,; Sarah E. Jones are":$sending Jm ,

Y k vitations to the public, .to'witness .. c:tllJ
) .
the observance. Modernising! ..
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"SMOIELESS", BROILER.}o. .: Bishop W. F. Ball y k' Beautiful. Florida. Rooms }. _

STORAGE V Garages, Block. and frarrie' :
TWO. BIG ;.<<. V
DRAWERS ,,. .5' Carports 5.. .:
: :+ To Preach Sunday Plumbing. .. :

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- iIiii-n: F nC h Grill Hewrial l .- Do-It-Don't USB JW1i1 Price The

Fwin :; WC FIRANCfWt end
The ,
Bishop W. F. Ball, the former TRANSACTION TO COMPtrnON Financing r
y. pastor of'Grant Memorial AME Hospitals : %J TO 0 YtAtS TOP Time'c

- R S sar ) TiAr Church wfll_ deliver The- mingmessage' Are I.

: '). Grant.Memoriai" Sunday : .:"'Crowded. _MONEY DOWN NOW
_ .5 morning. "4V
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Tuk M aY Deal With
2 .
$ A office of'Bishop in 1956 at Miami
4 : ___ and wasassigned,to the 15th and Rtlisbfe'., Experienced Bonded Contractors
: ., ; 'Districts embracing
V .81 ." ",.: ,- 16th Episcopal -Allied Makes the Old New- '
V ( C:3
V .A South Africa.
He will leave the United States
MOML 6000000HARPER'S : VV t for his work in South Africa the FREE ESTIMATES FRIE COUNSEL ,

early part of April, Before leav-

: -- -- ing he will speak,in several cities. VI I I tn COJiSTBUCTION I -

: Inc. Y.l Biyaaer as Ie. .et forces' cmof Sunday morning .will be the first A L LI LU COMPANY ;'.r
s recmeat from Edward G. Robiasoa time Bishop Bell has been heardat
hi this sce* from the spectacularroatictioa
:: Grant Memorial since his elevation -
.. "Ten Cmmo4mttfe : I2C9 KINGS AVtNUE
'#, FHOHE EL .._ at tie Ritz*March 20th fora to the Bishopric. 1
.HMH at Wh extended ,road show ea.ate..t. Service will begin at c 11, a. m. PHONE EX 8-3466

5 O *tfl' WO P'". Every Night r with the pastor, the:Rev. Ira D.
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aliooisl PiklklyBy : Pear. Street Parent-Teacher Assn. MT. ARARAT DISTR1tTJ Dedication RilesScheduled

D. G. While ComB Orgaiizer t 4 r' 'lrF; SLATES ANNIVERSARY II 1 SuidayForSI.LukeANE.

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John Kasper, 27-year-old segregationist from, New Jersey who th The 19th anniversary of District -
delivered an'address in a Miami night club last week to an applauding 9 of Mt. Ararat Baptist
audience, and.from a platform decorated with a United States Church Deacon Henry Rice,
and Confederate flags, stood Tuesday with a scheduled speaking Ja : leader, will be observed Sunday,
engagement canceled and with a public denouncement by a once March 17, at 3:30 p. nx, in the ST.: AUGUSTINE Dedication

staunch----._- supporter. q w yya auditorium of the church. services will be held at St. Luke
AME Church at 3:00: p. m. Sun-
,Fred Hockett, who sponsoredRasper's The Rev. B. F. Brown of Grace i
!day, March 17. Bishop D. Ward
Miami address and expressed Baptist Church will preach the
Nichols. Presiding Prelate of
Church the
concern for Kasper's saf- Evergreei anniversary sermon. The Rev.
Eleventh District
Episcopal of the
ety early last Saturday, publicly Mr Brown will be accompanied

denounced the New Jersey. agita Will Be Host To by his choir and congregation.A AME Rev.Church Charles will E. Toston officiate., current

tor.Bill full program which will be pastor of St. Luke, was appointedby
Hendrix, an official of the 4..
released later will be rendered
v the late Bishop John A.
Stale Coiveitioi
Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of with talented
many personalities and it was under his ministrythat
Florida indicated that he had ,.
w t' appearing in various capacities.The .
xaah+ 'tr the church recovered, after
dropped him also, although he _
district is out invita-
Evergreen Baptist Church, the being completely destroyed by
later'reversed' his and r'
attitude Rev H. H. Wright, pastor, will c 1 7' 4 v L' tions to all boards and districts in fire, and stands today as a struc-
rated Kasper as being "very ef
Mt. Ararat and other churches in
be host to the fourth annual session ture that surpasses the originalin
fective. of the State Ushers Conven- the city. both capacity and conveni-
The whole upheaval started '
tion, auxiliary to the Progressive Deacon Rice'stated that officers ences.
when testified before-
committee Baptist. State Convention, Dr. J. .- of the district. are striving to make A motorcade will leave Edward .
legislative investigating -
C. Sam, president. this "the most beneficial anniversary Waters College in Jacksonville at
that a Negro girl with whom
M1 he was socially acquainted once The sessions will open Tuesday, INITIAL MEETING The first meeting of the new Pearce Street Elementary School Parent. held during the 19 years'" 2:00: p. m. Sunday, led by AME

taught him to do the "shango" March 19 at 9:30 a. m. The Rev Teacher Association was combined with "Open' House'and the entire event was climaxed by a program existence of organization.. ministers.

dance. The "off-and-on" 'segrega- C. W. Burns will preach the sermon in the auditorium. Mr. Henry W. Jenkins. Jr.. principal is seen here with other participants on

tionist also confessed that although with the Rev.. B. H. Hartley the program. .
he mingled socially and serving as alternate. Left to right. George B. Nairn principal of A. L. Lewis Elementary School; Isadore Singleton.

otherwise with Negroes in the The afternoon session will Mrs. Beatrice. Vaught. teacher at the new school and Jesse W. Word executive secretary of the FIRST RUN Ritz Theatre

North, he became a segregationistwhen begin with the State Ushers. Pa- Davis Street YMCA. ..

he visited Alabama.He said rade at 1:30 p. m. The sermon will Fred MacMURPAYJeJfreg .
further that once at an interracial be preached by the'Rev. M. New- 'Career Week' Scheduled dent council;:Rev. Robert Ii. Wil-I C. A. Gibbs Club Slates
religious counselor and Dr. HUHIERJaniceRInE f
party he urged his white and Ne- som, the Rev. L. Boatman serv- son ; ra
gro friends to send money to ing as alternate. s. At New Stanton School L. B. Childs, medical counselor.A Annual Tea, March 17th
Emmett Till's mother and he separate day during the "Ca-
could not swear-that he had not Delivering the sermon for the reer Week" program, will be devoted -, The C. A. Gibbs Club of St. c.'
ChiD'MUS.nean STDCKY lI.
applied for membership in the evening service which begins at 7 The guidance department of entirely to "colleges and Paul AME Church has scheduledits
will i be the Rev. C. Deans. The :New Stanton Senior High School universities who have been invited -, annual tea for Sunday, March and -
NAACP., 17, from 4 to 6'p.. in the base- Bill 'Elliott "CHAIN OF EVIDENCE"STARTS
The 'White Supremacy" cham- alternate 'will be the Rev. H.. H. will conduct its annual "Career to send representatives to m -
inson. .. Week" activities March 25-29, according ment of the church. '
the school March 29 in order
pion who was a key figure in the on SUNDAY, MARCH 17th
Clinton Term disturbanceslast to a report made by Mrs. to acquaint the students with Mrs. Dorothy Bacon, chairmanof Clark Gable Spencer "BOOM
race The meeting opens Friday at i the committee Tracy TOWN"
Juanita 'G. Wyatt, dean. of girls program an-
year, took time out from his 9:30: a. m. The Rev. C..W. Dawson their respective institutions, and/i and"WHITE -
and,chairman of the guidance de- an interesting pro-
"maintain segregation" activitiesto will have charge'of,the Bible lesson or their training opportunities. i has been SQUAW"FIREPROQF
partment.A gram arranged and that
send his Negro acquaintance a discussion At 10:45: a. m. the the is SAFETY CONCRETE FLOORS
public invited.
Christmas card during the Ten president will deliver his annual planning and coordinating '.

nessee melee-in fact, he testified message. The parent body meets committee made up o'f faculty New Bethel Plans

that lie still thought she was a in.the afternoonThe members, students and school pa- I
"fine girLwFLORIDA trons are in the process of com- Your Old Wooden Structure
evening session begins at 7 piling research materials that Annual Hen's DayThe
p. m. with devotion. The Rev.J.
have to do'with the kind of information -
STAR M. Royster will be the speaker.The OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING
and occupational guid- male members of New .
Rev. S. E. Smith is the alter- .fj'
ance that will be made availableto Bethel AME Church, .
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INEVERYCOLORED nate. President Idella Williamsand f-:' CAN NOW BE CONVERTED ,
3'' students during the entire ca- with the pastor, the Rev. T. E. .. t ': '
director the Rev. L. W. '
Wit-: ; .
HOME. .1.1I reer week program. Wright, have organized for the '
liams will give the remarks. '" .
I Members of the planning and observance of the annual "Men's, Info A Beautiful Brick Home ,'. :.:

coordinating committee for "Ca- Day" celebration.scheduled to be ':
reer Week" are: Miss L.. E. Solomon held Sunday, April 28. Red Brick .:. Egg'Shell? White -:. Buff .
counselor Mrs. A. H. Wil- The first half of the rally will
KING SOLOMONBOTANICAL ,son, health counselor and clinic be held March 31 at which time Here Is Actual Proof. .. Before Bricking
.' coordinator;; Mrs. V. O. Ingram, the Rt. Rev.D..Ward Nichols, will '
MEDICINE mathematics teacher; Mrs. Marie deliver the message at the morning : \ ? '
C. Streets, English teacher; Miss service.A # ft'1. ;
Lucylle J. Glymp, DCT Coordinator "St. Patrick's Day" tea will y Pr1 ,
You Can't Lost Money Back Guaranteeat
:. ;; Rodell F. Roberts, DCT Coordinator be sponsored by Usher Board 2 "

., KEYSTONE LUCKY STORE, ; Professor Charles D. Sunday from 4 to 6 p. m. at the 'i
1 '" 0; 509 BROAD 'STREET' Brooks; principal; Frederick home of Mr. and Mrs. Sammie L.
Richardson. president of the stu- Davis, 11315 W. Seventh St.

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: :::Putnam Comity News Improved Order Of Samaritans Scholarship Exam+ I. FNIMC SUMMER ANNOUNCES SESSIONST.

\1,,........f-..,..- Slated To Be HeAl

'';;. .' BY' E. J. VREKH AUGUSTINE Florida

";/.{-.\. <#'.". "608 Madison Street, Palaika. Florida: r- + Hew Stanton Normal and Industrial Memorial
Phone East 5-3625.
; College announces 1957 summer

school session, which begins Mon-

THE The competitive examinationsfor day June 10 and extends through
the "General
."The more you speak 'of yourself, the ntore you are:likely to f .f. Loans for the Preparation Scholarship of Friday August 3, 1957. Eight se-
mester hours
be 'earned in
lie.:'if Zimmermann.
Teachers" and for the "State the summer session.

4', Last week Mrs. Ida Coning was,our movie. guest. "- Nursing Scholarship Loans" will Special features of the summer

ThIs week we travel ten miles northeast of Palatka. and-inTi1e M, be held on March 19, 1957, begin- session will be the work-shop in

a, young lady we hare known for some time. She has a very pleasing } ning promptly at 8:30: a. m. The reading and teaching the slow

personality and she lire with her parents. Ah institution of learning place of the examination will be learner. Other course offeringswill

.; is named'for her father. She-.is currently employed by her father as at New Stanton High School. The be in the area of general

"; is her mother and aunt. If she will contact me I will be glad to give chief examiner will be -Mr. El- education, driver education LIbrary
wood Banks.
.. her two passes so she can carry a friend. organization speech reading
The Calendar Rally which ter-' All schools reporting scholar- methods, English, history, and

minated Sunday night at Calvary ,NORMAL *tiaHOLD ship applicants have been furnished courses in physical education.The .
Baptist Church proved to be quite i the necessary application summer session will offer

successful. The drive was .started I WEEK'S blanks. Please remind each ap- the regular college courses lead
two months ago with a goal of SLATES plicant that these are to be com- ing to the Bachelor of Science de

$2,000. The total amount raised RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY pleted and handed to the examiner gree. Special emphasis will be in

was $1,799.13. Mrs. Irene Green, on the morning of the exam the major areas of elementary

\ sponsor, was present and all MEET IN JACKSONVILLE Members of the Improved Order of. Samaritans a fraternal ination. education, ""religious education,
smiles; also Rev. Green. Choir ST. AUGUSTINE Florida Preparations are being made and physical education.The .
". benefit society are seen here as they attended meeting in Jacksonville recently at New HopeAME.Churclv
c ;- 'No. 2 furnished music for the oc Normal and Industrial Memorial for only the exact number reported summer session is designedfor
The Grand.
Lodge Office is in Athens Georgia.
casion. College will observe its annual Left.to right: J. R. Weaver.Jr. secretary: ;'W. P. Jones Grand Chief: R. B. Ware Grand Seer.. to this office by the dead- both elementary and secondary
Emphasis Week, on line. So far is known school teachers who
Religious as now, !
tary: Walter Pairai. Lawrence: Hill Willie' E. Harris. Jacksonville; Mrs. Nannie Watson. Orange Park; I
i" Friends of Dr. N. B. Hester will March 1722., The messages during there will be no exceptions madeto meet certification requirements
will ROT. W. L. Simmons. district president; Mrs. Wilhelmina Weston. Orange Park; Mrs.. A. L. Pinder. .
.. regret to learn of his death,which the course of that week this deadline. through summer study. It is also
P Green Cove Springs; Ben Fortham. district secretary and Louis Singleton.
occurred suddenly last Thursday. be.delivered:by therRej.A..J-eon designed for teachers who desireto

.. Dr.Hester had just closed a Masonic Lowry. pastor,of the BeulahBapr,, I extend their certificates, teachers

t : : ;meeting in $t. Augustine.He tist Church,Tampa, Fla., and the Civil Defense PanelTo Mt. Canaan ObservesIts Examinations Set For Youth Day Set needing prerequisite courses

had lived in Putnam County since Rev L. E. Terrell of. Virginia. for ,graduate study, and teachers

1914-and was highly respected.by State College,, whq is a. native of Be. Heard. March 17A 25th, Anniversary High School Seniors, who want to improve their teach

all who knew; him. Mississippi.Rev. Af Ht. Pleasant ing techniques.

Terrell, served as acting panel discussion on Civil Defense Mount Canaan Baptist Church College Students Apartments are available in

'Women's.Day" Will be.observ". Dean of 'the Chapel- at Howard will be conducted in the began its 25th anniversary cele- one, two or three beedrooms.

C ed Sunday: at Bethlehem Baptist University, pastored in New Jer-j Young,People's Auditorium 6f St. bration Tuesday with the Rev. J. Competitive examinations will A Youth Day program will be

Church, Rev. T. A. Austin.pastor.Mrs. sey, served as pastotof the.BetiM\ Paul AME,Church March 17, 5:00 Manning, pastor of Jerusalem be given in the Florida State University presented Sunday by Choir 2 of

J. P. Morris of Bethel AME Baptist Institutional Church; p m., under the auspices of the Baptist Church in charge.He Suwanee Room in the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, theRe The Secoid Hays

Church will be the guest speaker Jacksonville, Fla., for several ACE League and the Civil Defense was followed by the Rev.G. Florida A. & M. U. Pharmacy C. J. Crosby, pastor.

for the morning worship and.Mrs. years;, a member of the Board of Committee pf the Davis St. G. Webb, pastor of Redeem Building March 19, for teaching Participants on the programare Joins Big League

1 Rosa K. Ragsdale will deliver. :/the Trustees of Florida Normal In- YMCA. The event will mark the Baptist Church with his congre- scholarships and 181 nursing loan : Miss Deloris Coppock, RobertA.

evening address. dustrial and Memorial College 42nd monthly forum sponsored by gation Wednesday night. The scholarships. The tests will beginat Jackson, Miss Lillian Jackson, WASHINGTON

,,,' and served as treasurer; and also the Christian Endeavor Forum Rev. J.M. Hazelton and 1he Rev.A. 8:00 a..m. Miss Unita Barnes, the Celestial Another
Willie has entered the
/ Mays, major
!>* >- served as president Storer Col-r Committee.The Andrews and congregation Any high school senior or col- Singers, Miss Jeanette Jennings,

r Crescent City lege, Harper Ferry West Va.. program will consist of a were in charge of the service lege student may take the ex- Miss Gloria Johnson. any leagues other ,team not in as the a Giant National nor

________ serving; Chaplain, aminations. Applications both for Serving master of
.>i-. r He is now as. panel. discussion featuring Dr. E. Thursday night. as ceremon : League.
:: Director of Religious Activities, W. Thompson, chairman of the Leon County residents and college ies' will be Ronald Graham. He
-; FLORIDA YOUTHASSOCIATION The Rev. J..W.Rhodes of Union William Everett Mays, the sec-
Associate Professor of Philosophyand Davis Street YMCA; a retired Progressive Baptist Church and students from other counties will be introduced by Miss Anna ond Willie Mays is also an out-

:' 5 The Youth Association of Flor- Religion at' Virginia State Army officer, Major Taft Cum- congregation will have charge of may be secured at the School Johnson. The speaker for the'occasion fielder. He was.discovered by Bill
College ,Petersburg Va.. and Jesse W Word, YM Superintendent's Office in the will be Leroy Rogers. He
;; mings
ida will sponsor a program in the ; the service: Monday night March Harris, the same man who found
Leon County Courthouse. will be introduced by Miss Anna
and defense chair-
Church of God in Christ March .secretary 18. Willie Mays of the New York
f6at8:15p.m. man, who,will conduct a questionand The state nursing scholarshipsare Sutton. Giants.
: period immediately awarded on a statewide basis, Others on program are: Percy
Superintendent D. R. Berry The second Mays will go to the
following, the panel discussion. but only a certain number of Hayes, Charles Sneed, Miss Blon-
'1 will be the speaker for the,occasion. Grant Memorial Washington Senators. He prefers
the SCHEDULE Sgt. H. A. Wasson of the U. S. teaching scholarships are avail- dell Smith Miss Joan Crawford being Everett instead of Willie.
: Appearing on program able for the students-of each in- Melvin Crawford Willie Bannister
Air Corps will show a movie on '
will be the Garrison Soul Stirrers MONDAYFRIDAYSCHEDULE It is not known yet whether or
Hear Roberts dividual county. president of the choir and the '
COO8:02 Sip Otte2 Civil Defense. To .
not the second will be able toduplicateihe
,.--"r.. '. Gospel Four, Happyland Singers' $:*5 New Weather The is scheduled in The general nursing and practical pastor, the Rev. C. J. Crosby.
{ Sons of the South, Christian Gospel C&3- 1:" Hearen's Road (Deacon program feats of the first or
One) cooperation with A. E. Brown, nursing scholarships grant The chairman and cochairmanare
not, but it is assured he will be
Singers and others. 7:007:03 News Weather
service will
PF 7MS.0 Morning Capers (Bob director of the Jacksonville-Duval An special worship $300 per year, but there are a Murney Johnson Jr., and given every opportunity to test
.t Hudson) Weather County Civil Defense Council, be conducted at Grant Memorial number of nursing scholarshipsfor Miss Harriett Bannister. himself.
;00. 13 News tt
# PATRONIZEFlorida I 8:039:00 Moraine Capers (Bob. Jack Weatherford, executive secretary AME Church Sunday night, with advanced study in specializedareas

't...., taaM News Hudson tt)Weather and Colonel H. W. Tark- the Rev. J. A. Roberts, pastor of that grant $2,000 per year. O
.; StarAdveiifctrs 9..11:00 Jompln* Show (Johnny ington State Civil Defense director St. Paul AME Church, delivering Recipients of nursing scholarshipsmust
T I liao-ltAS Newt Shaw)* Weather the message. agree to practice in the One of the newest ft&ags in health and accident insur0

10:43-11:00 Gospel Train Not1 (Deacon ... The service is being sponsoredby state. ance is Major Medical Expense Insurance. It is 5teftgrvfd

i 11:00-11:03 News Grace)tt Weather. Prof. Carter T. Lewis for the .The general teaching scholar- f to pay a large part of costs of a long, drawn-out illness .
Gospel Train' No.. 1 (Deacon from accidental with
11:03-12:00 or recuperation an injury
benefit of the annual "Men'sDay" ships $200 a and the .
i Grace) Spiritual Tea Slated pay' year ..
premium charges. It does this when
by taking over
D h 12$0-U:03 Local News(YTonneDaniels celebration scheduled for recipient is expected to teach in
K ) health and accident insurance plans -after the
many stop
12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Shurch March 24. :Florida school ..
At Mt. Ararat a public one year
Yji 12:1510 Noontime Tone' time-. initial costs of hospitalization and medical care. Several
(Yvonne Daniels). The Rev. Mr. Roberts will be for each of the years he used a
large corporations provide Major Medical to
ji ISO1:03 Newt Weather accompanied by his ushers choirs coverage .
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon. District-Number 19.pfMt.: Aa- scholarship.. their employees in group insurance plans. Until now,
Grace) and*congregation.old },' .
240243 News A Weather 'raf.:Baptist' Church will sponsor.a i J though,employers with as few as four employees have not A
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i f 1; J"1;)"'f.\" ''"a1iaMe1I ScW"t'i": C SPMT1M: :: : :: : WBY ;- -::any cbh.their.tircuinstances.Jtamina 'to tab and it through on -the- Kwre.. Ainiices. "- SEAC SAVANNAH.Cage Ga.Crown- .Albany\

t). iiW .T U...!. CM' P.w- liril 2ftk .. G. JOHNSON_ 'Pittsburgh ROBERTO Pirates.CLEMENTE Span1sh,-Pu.r' the 'Plus ToKelire. the State 1956 College.cage of title'Albany.of the,Ga.SEAC won

: PABHAM ,r. by defeating Claflin College in
; BASEBALL. FANS.- Did you Banks. He has: a college. player to Rican outfielder: Ii the pride the championship 82-69
: Snow the, ,New York Yankees who will,.try: to,make, the'short- .and Joy of the 'Pirate.fans. Hells( I ,SAN DIEGO The light during tournament game .
: ?' .. The bird Annual CUy.... Coll'Cfeampias ixip ToumaaMl one of the fastest in the play.
1 : hare..ihre* Negroes.in heir farm stop spot. Scheffing said "I feel men game heavyweight champion of the Albany State AU-
was paced by
;T will be h d Sunday April.. *..-- al"8 a. aa. oe SU New Us"s system Attfaotigh they brought that if a man, can play shortstopwell I end one of the. hardest batten to world, Archie Moore, has announced Conference John Smith who
l i; coin Golf and.Country: Club ceuna at ,Sicaazdcea Road and i Six Elsioa Howard' the majors and ; he can play any.other,position walk. During the entire season his retire- walked off the court with scoring
.1 ; Mil Creek n"U. S. Highway"Ne..1. he has shown since hIs arrival 'in the infield"HEAVYWEIGHT last.year, he drew only 13-walks. permanent honors
with 27 his
''l '. '... Three flights for the! 'players that he was big league materiaL; CHAMPION i Qemente amazes the fans with ment from the ring according to credit. points to

\ based'on the first round,(9),.holes man; flight.parings, Jimmy OBurris ibey-,bare shown' lo the world: FLOYD PATTERSON has been i his running one-haaded catches. authentic reports on the veteran Albany State, Claflin, Savannah
ti of:play have been set, up. The Samuel Monroe; Rules,. Joseph that they, are not overly anxious awarded a plaque by the ChicagoBoxing i He finished the 1956 season as the fighter. State and Florida Normal
f three flights will .be champion- Pauline Sr.. chairman, William to .istesTftie. The qae iHon U: Writers''' and Broadcast I third highest batter in,the league From a statement by Moore, he placed representatives on the
: ship, first flight, and second Earl Reid, Golf Course, Mel What has the other players on the 'en' Association as the "best tighter !I with an'average- of .311. will hang up his gloves immedi- Southeastern Athletic Conference
flight. The championship flight vin Copeland, William Shellman, Yankee learn done 'that has Dot for 1956." Gus D'Amalo.: Peie I THE PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL ately after his June 7 championship All-Conference team for 1957.
I. will include those players who George McClellan; special committee been done by Howard. tenon's manager. was named I LEAGUES will see many bout win or lose."
qualify with a score of.33-39, the J. J. Hammonds, P. J. The three Negroes In the farm "Manager of the Year. :more Negro faces in 1957 than at
} first flight 40-44, the second flight Jenkins publicity, T. W. 'McCoy, system are: Curtis Hardaway, a WITH ALL THE RUCKUS that i any other time in the history of The International Boxing Club Baltimore Signs
I, '. 45 and above. Charles Green, and, Otis, Speight. six-foot, 189-pound, 25-year-old was stirred UP' when someone professional football There are has announced that the 40yearold -
rE __ The members of the Guild are ,There will be no admission fees third .baseman who played-with said Jackie Robinson ad said, I any number of collegiate players champion will lay his 175-, More Negroes
h I. extending.invitations of golfers of to. the toumaaent Binghamton, (N. Y.) and Win- the reason the Milwaukee Braves I from' all over the country signing pound title on the line against ,
the'state to enter and compete for ston-Salem (N. C.) 'last season. In did not win the 1956 pennant, :I contracts. the winner of the Chuck Speiser- BALTIMORE -The Baltimore
the city title for 1957. Only amateur 118 games for Wlnsion-Salem,the was because. there was, too much I CHARLIE NEAL. Montreal Tony Anthony bout slated for Orioles announced the signing of

... golfers are' eligible to compete Sir &tsB Sips Georgia native batted .306 and night life.appeared to be authentic -I graduate who batted .287 in 62 April 5 in Detroit. two young Negro players to contracts
for the nine trophies which i with teams in their minor
clouted.21 homers. when Manager red Haney of Moore rated
games last season;>> with the Dodgers one of the greatest
t will be awarded to the first three Henry Mitchell a 5-11, 16,7- the Braves set a price of $500 on is considered, a hot prospectfor light-heavyweights of American: league system
place winners in each flight ....rCHlricl- pound 21ryear-old .outfielder-:- n- late hour ,night clubbing,by any the second base Job. Should ring history,. failed to achieve his Robert Steele, 23-year-old out- .
The local golfers expected to fielder, who played with Modestolast player during the. 1957 ,season. If he* make it.,Junior Gilliam_ wouldbe ambition of becoming heavy- fielder from Detroit, was signedto
participate this year are: Frank VERO BEACH When the year, hitting .307 in 140 Robinson :was so badly wrong, released for a try at third baseor weight 'champion after being a contract with Phoenix of the
'i Hampton, George Harris, Jr.. Al- announced the games. Te, hit 34 homers to lead why'was such a.stiff penalty of a left field.EMMETT. knocked out by Rocky Marcianoand Arizona-Mexico League. Steele,
f) bert Pierce, James Pierce, Thomas Brooklyn Dodgers his league and drove in 106 runs. $500 fine placed on.the agenda of again by Floyd Patterson.In 190 pounds, hit .384 against Army
signing of ,another Negro playerthe KELLY, former
Matthews, Alonzo Lewis H. Canal competition in Europe.
Mitchell resides in Ancon, the Braves for punishment Remember -
V L Geiger John Milnor Frank baseball world started pointing Zone. folks, Jackie. ''Robinson, Ringling Brothers circus clown, announcing his retirement Signed to ,a Paris, Texas, con-
Milton White Lamar out the possibilities of the who was,hired by. the Dodgers to plansMoore said "I know I'm tract is
O'Neal, Cleo Lewright, a right-handed is nobody's.tootV : Curtis Trice, 21-year-old
Bolton, Parris Calhoun, "John young player sticking with the pitcher, who stands 6 feet, weighs E ;:KEAVYWKGHT provide the laughter for Dodger never going to make a million out catcher from Barnesville, Ga.
I,< Gipson, Frank Eubanks, Robert .Dodgers. Lewright who lives in Missouri BOXER'.Bob Sakx.of: ,Pittsburgh fans is very busy himself going of,boxing.. rye enjoyed the fight Both players will .be in spring
Mims, Buddy McDonald The young player is Phil 160 'pounds and is 28 years old. the ,dgbh>1'aIIIEiagrkenYwelght: through his spring training grind. game but I can't go on forever." : training at Thomasville, a.t4'fW .
roster is Strothers of East Orange N. J. He is working out a routine to
i The-Guild membership won 13 and lost 10 for KinstonN. coateader*'raaHfTttt;oct&e:; show '
"1 "'; composed of the following men: The Dodgers'' attention became ( C.) last season,posting a 2.38 and gave Toad*JfaitoiXhicago a amuse the. fans before the game NOW
J.r ;' Elwood L. J. Banks, James Bur- centered on Phil while he was in earned-run average to lead his few lessons boxing-when the and between; innings,
' .: ris, Willie C. Coles, Melvin C. the service. He played such a sensational league. two met reeefiU? in, Providence, What will be the difference be-
.) Copeland, S. C. Dorsey, Nathaniel brand of'baseball, the RALPH BRANCA. the never- R. L'It was an,easy, -round vic tween the Dodgers with Emmett 1-
Dudley, Cornell Dunlap, Charles Dodgers became, intensely inter- lo-be forgotten Dodger pitcher tory over Hall for Baker. Kelly and the Indianapolis
.; A. Green, James J. Hammonds, ested in him. who was called in to relieve Don JUAN PIZARRO, the: former Clowns with' King Tut? The two
Julius Henderson Sr, Oscar L' Like .Jackie Robinson, Junior Newcombe during the crucial star:, left-handed pitcher for the will use the same tactics precisely -'
.I- Hillman, James Holmes, P.. J. Gilliam And,Charlie Neal, .Stro game between the Dodgers and Jacksonville Braves has been Fun isn't anything but fun, it
Jenkins, Al C. Joyner, George thers ,is.a second I,baseman. He is the New York Giants in 195L named far ,in advance of the matters not who produces it Who
t, McClellan, T. M. McCoy, Samuel slated to be sent.to Cedar_ Rapids, who had to face Bobby Thomson. opening of the,:957'baseball season knows but what the- idea didn't
;: Monroe, Joseph Pauline Sr., Iowa an ,affiliate of the Dodgers is on his way back since he has as, the man who most likelyto ..originate from ythe Indianapolis
James Redding William 'Earl: It has been .predicted however, developed his new pilch-screw- be named 'Rookie, of' the Clowns. Whether the Idea came
r Reid Leon Richardson, David' that when he is given a chance balL Bzaaca said. "I've' still got Year." stuff Pizarro has been from the Clowns or not, the Dod
f Sargeant, William Shellman;_Otis I'I'f in- Spring training to show his my legs and I've got my fast balL showing.under manager Haney of gers will have their Emmett Kelly tASTE
Speights. Eddie Lee Smith, Mel- I ability,. the Dodgers- will keep I can throw as bard as I did in the Milwaukee braves ,during and the Clowns will. have their I .
vin Ward Herbert Wingate, Felix him around. 1951. Manager Walt Alston seem- spring training has' been enoughto King Tut. So that is that It
White and Willie C. White. While playing with Fort Ruck-. ed well pleased at Braaca's showing convince"Haney-that,he has a HAPPY SAILING UNTIL WE Unsurpassed forQuality
President Elwood Banks has er, he was the second.highest bat la the.first lntra-squad game. real pitcher in the fold. The eyes MEET AGAIN. Flavor and SatfsfxtimnCAREFULLY
i announced the appointed .committees ter'on the team 'with an average ERNIE BANKS, who has been of the entire South,Atlantic League -
for this tournament. The of .365 including three' grand- called ,one of the greatest short- are upon the young pitcher. I PROCESSED FOR
tournament director will be Al C. slam out of a ,total-'of-'nine. This stops .ut the game today, appearsto Other big league managers and BUY SELL RENT REPAIR MILDNESS UNIFORMITY AND
Joyner; official scorer, Willie C. record was made- the lead-off be headed for a new position executives are perfectly sold onPJzarro. HAMWEY :BROS. TO AVOID HEARTBURN =
White; entry fees, Oscar L Hill-: batter. Phil ,also .had the most according to Bob Scheffing thenew' SEWING MACHINES
bases on:balls t and leadin stolen mmnafw of1' the Chicago THE,,'HARLEM GLoBETROTTERS WASHING_ MACHINES
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'- 'Schaeler.representative and Curtis is in the- low' "price range. i.preparing for their: Jabberwock. and. near, lost:m decision io "BailllnJ,TeddY -

I Off The Blocks- Ta716 \Of tie,Uacoln'CountryCteb *'The :various: social, and frater- i If:you want to see, the last wordin ',John, Harris croaking claims Jennings. ,Curtis Taylor off-
i Chips served 'as betts Erom the D organization M; are beginning '' rlginality'and' ,creative amateur for Seth Darby'Supper Club"boxing daitd. The bout was under. the
fieldo public relations, EricSimpson their Spring programs. After all\ productions don't fail to:seethe 'champtcnsh1p.! In: a bout sponsorihip of Teler Ballaiin
: : "of the Star and Porcher Spring will arrive next week. For skits presented in the Jabber- ai ihft Country Club,Arena. John, and'Son" makers of good scotch.LADIES .
BY.JAY JAY -_ _.... Taylor. of the Tattler alpng withRen this part of the country, we hope wock by the various participating
LiMonday t :: nigh Dykes a,group of models from they Miss Its goodbye to Old Man Winter. groups. This year's affair will be
"'Brookms,president of the Nation- NHA for Charm 1957 School All of: the 'local make- the. event a nice -homecoming The.,Cosunf :Bridge Club' is sell on April 26. Proceeds will help SPECIALS !
I :" Hotel [ hand to look'and ior DYkes. ing' tickets for their bridge tour- the Alpha Iota Sigma Scholarship
short wolves were on
over in Jacksonville for ,a fund and their national charities.
the local .Of course the special greeting nament: which will benefit the
.: tstayiWith; the former' Jason were I be seen. : J, D.- Brooks' party consisting of Johnny Stewart Urban League.. Members of the Phi Delta Kap- l.ipJticltlee
.n ,' Frank 'Hampton,, GeorgeWgton pa Sorority will present the Gre-
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Want To Spend An Enjoyable Evening. ? 'l ah. Pinkney, and Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa! tel and Gertie Dance School 1 .. With.Every One You BuyWEI
:. Visit the OFC Room -- Johnny -Wheeler gave the girls Alpha Sorority under the direction pupils in a concert: :These young
plenty ,of conversation. The of'MJTS. Amy Currie are practicing i dancers have been acclaimed far "Evening In Paris" 2-for $1.00
'- THE HARLEM CLUB town's number one greeters, Jimmy nightly;,for, their presentation -! "" DEODORANT-

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) Donald spread plenty ofnice March 25lafc"New) Stanton. Leading family of the late Mrs. CANDY STRIPED %BILLFOLDS: .. .*...........'....... 98c
words around also. Now Estelle Fisher extends sincerethanks
; roles: in the production, are
Uceased 'Palmist-Reader there were plenty of other fellows held, by Mrs. Sara Stewart, Mrs. to friends for expressions ANACIN, ........... .s.,'.,..,'_... .:..-........*.... -1 *,doz.... tablets 25c
AdvisorMADAME on
and .I talking.than the above mentioned Mrs. Ruth Solomon Wilbur, Gibson bereavement: Special thanks AZALEAS .. ...... only a few left 39cLILLY'S
,- LAURA fellows, but for security reasons, .and Rudolph McKissack. Proceeds to Rev. G. G.Webb.
v their names can't even be breathed. from the play will aid the Signed: H. A. Fisher, hus- DRUG STORE
.Y.1 i Comes From India ., Yep-they're all married. group in:their "Shoe Fund" and band; Mrs. Susie Ball and Mrs.
The Land of Miracle Curtis doesn't have hotel license scholarship'award. The group recently Ruth Way, daughters. 1907 KINGS .ROAD at SPIRES

Knows All Sees AH but he is trying to figure received a letter of commendation .
out a way. to, charge Seth Darby from local school offi-
TELLS PAST, 'PRESENT end FUTURE. She will Nip! you reRlOYeril and Morris, Fisher for '"napping cials complimenting ,them on the '- '* "to -, 1
Influence, bad luck, evil spirits, and 110 you with your sorrows and accommodations." Seems as tho work of the shoe, fund! in aiding EXCLUSIVE: ENGAGEMENT.! ,
troubles.. Madame Laura will help you with any problem you nay hare. the boys like the feel of the.Country needy families. -
She' will tell you who your Meads and enemies are.end will gm
She is located at 1822 Club's chairs and the atm sphere -. Members of the local chapter of "
yea a free lucky charm with each reading. i A FILM, OF"REVKItKMT 'AMD iMlSIiLYSEW1WC lFIC NCI !
W. 45th Street, off Moncrief Rd. Look for the sign with the big red: is condusive to "napping.? Delta Sigma Theta Sorority are .:..v'.
palm. See her now tomorrow may be too late Last week-end this corner had ii 1teMaSiastne :
OPEN DAILY UNTIL 9 P.M. SATURDAY & SUNDAY UNTIL. -1 l P.M. the opportunity to enjoy a special

LOCATION 1822 W. 45th Street off Moncrief Rd. treat.' We were guests of Paramount SEEKS YOUR VOTE ; > t4
Pictures and the Ritz .
ThisAd Entitles You to a Heading at Half Price Theatre at a special showing of In March 19 ElectionELECT M .. ..4..
"the Ten Comreymfff ft-** We

bare but one thing to say about
the picture and. that .Is. It's the wR5t'r
LENTEN SPECIALSFull moste t. With'my limited vocabulary -

2H-Lb. Pkg. ." I CaD not begin to describethe

FISH STEAKS ......._A.......-...........,..: pkg. 75c production. It is truly acrowning
tribute to the"'great'ca- A ,.
Arrives Friday AJA.-Genuine Lake Erie Fresh Water ia i
WHITE PERCH _...,..,....:....?.....r....lb. 39c reer of,C. B.DeMilla the director ,.Tlagw

FRESH WATER CATFISH ........',...t,,............. lb. 49c and producer of the epic.'No matter
the admission price and it
STANDARD OYSTERS .......:.r..,..:.....,.-:::....... pt 79cNo will be substantially. higher, every;

SNAPPER Bone, No Waste FILLETS .........:'...........................'...!'lb.. 69cA God-fearing and Christian man .
woman. and child should see this
Good Fred .
Buy Says .
MEDIUM MULLETS ........................................lb. '20c picture. Not.only will your attendance sYk.
enrich but it will
SPECKLED TROUT .." .............................Us. 49c encourage the management of the 7r' CEC1LRDEM1LLES PRODUCTION
Limit so Lbs. per Customer theatre to bring more high price
LOBSTER TAILS ...............*.....:...,:....:....*,.. lb. 1.25 productions into' the Negro com s FRESH BULL WHITING ....:'..... ....._'1S: t..1b. 25c munity. -The Ten Command ..."1 I;
SALMON, STEAKS ...........;...."IIt'.... 'if", .:..&.,.:: lb. 95c ments" will begin at the Ritz on BRYNNR'BWERROBIN50NYVOKNt
Special Fresh Steamed Friday and Saturday. j:; March 20. By the way it is play- .
WHOLE CRABS .............:..;&...:?.;:?;....&-ea.. lOc ing"Downtown"for the 7thweek. DCMA JOHNDEORIOPAGETDEREK.
For Fryingq ; "'\ --.v the Offbeat Shoeshine :$ .
Stopped by 3RaDR\C: \ NINA: AAXTHA
JUMBO C[ j /// /,,. .........................: ;!,"."'..:..4.lb.. $1.10 I Parlor to talk with Jerry -FOCH SCOTT ANDERSON JUDITH VINOKTHARDWICKE PRICE
For Boiling!! "- Nash about the above mentioned \if.....r....._"AN IUCJttNZlt.JtsSt l WIrf.JIt .
MEDIUM SHRIMP .....:......._............:.......*:.:......lb.. 89c picture. He informed us that he JACK GAR1SS fRCDRlC A FRANK
FRESHLY SALTED .MULLET ROE ..... .......lb. 98c' had seen,it. He was talking about ELBERT HoCOUNCILMAN .e..J.,..... HOLY SCRIPTURES..J..--->..)'..iA -......,.
i P..J.c.J"lN.s.,p,..A.-a.... f... PTECHNICOLOKr _--,P.CfI
the silent version which he and

THE SEAFOOD CEIITER a Albert 'Tops" Frazier saw some HENDRICKSWard YlST!
thirty-odd years ago. .
i Myrtle Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 Isiah White is pushing, a new SS i

\ product. Canada Dry, one of the ,;1 At .LargeCOURTEOUS EXCLUSIVE ROADSHOW
top names in the soft drink busi- -..... w ENGAGEMENT
ness' and imported whiskey busi- CONTINUOUS DAILY; SHOWING ,
MarchAnniversary ness has a Canada Dry Straight ,CIVIC. MINDED j: (SHOWS START 12.4 -8)) ;
I Bourbon and also Canada Dry EFFICIENTVote .c. MATINEE

Vodka on the market. For thoseof ra. 12-. P.M. (SUN. 12:30-4 P.M.)
who'likea, mild sour mash for the man who ran secondin
a colse to the late Fred V.
Sale try the bourbon. To top it ,all, it White to fill out the unexpiredterm '
,as First*Ward Councilman. ..
,:.rJ1l'JfHf: TEN'COMMANDMENTS ... 4 P.M. TO CLOSING '-.,'
Everyone ADULTS 1.24
U ,.
lilt .
.. 'i wl Can Vote and*nfogcmetot a
this theatrt.During Aittxdutivt -
ituiU f. -
SEDAN engagement
Modern Furnished 2-Room Apt. (Paid Pol. AdyJ not be tovn in ell y ( 50c ALL TIMES .
other theatrt in tht eily' .
'- ''
741 West Monroe Street..Phone No Resenrc4 Seats

$295.00 DOWB -:. $58.62 Mo. EL 48082. ..- -

Including Insurance and Interest ; "- =iYour; Guide

# FOR 'SALE Neighborhood Shopping ;


KITCHEN-. end FURNITUREFOR Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:-- Courteous Treatment J

$482.00 Dowi r:- $71.34 Mo. $75.00

Including'Interest Any Phone Nigh.EL After 5-1220 8 'p.m. .. :.Trade Wilk Firms Thai CMpcralc. ;Wilfc- The ComMMiity

Come In Today Don't Hesitate .'--..' 1.:.,.. _. 4

Priett and Terms Subject To Cfcang Without Notice : "" -

For: .
Yorkshire, TerriersEnglish SINGLETON'SSUPERIOR
2-., '. :
Breakfast Lunch After the Movie Snacks ;

AL GRIDER Inc. Import -- ., Golden, Brown .- .,:.', BARBECUE : _:

5 Mont* Old ?Ak Fried Chicken ". -" ', 1.. :

2037 MAIN STREET, Near llth Stwet. 1 IL ___ Oysters Cod ; ,I Specializing. in Ribs and Chicken '. J
Telephone RA 4-5315 1 Ham
LIL Shrimp s .
Phone : t1, rfIi'o._ 1' 33rd at Moncrief Road r
Elgin ;Between, 9 '.... and J P.M. I BaconSausage 1..w.> PHONE EL 4-9102 ':,;
'Eggs Hot Cakes J) ,, '
.d State !
No. 2 Broad at Street .-: _
"' ..- ., ," ,.,' 1 1 I ': Coffee' Milk .. _.. < PHONE EL 4-9789 : }

__ __ ..._ French Fr. PotatoesROOSEVELT !;. No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street.. '-
PHONE EL '-9367No.
GRILL 5-- '
... 4 700 Block W. Ashley Street
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Ashley and Madison < r. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '
:. NOTICE TO HOIE'OWNEES. ;Ys. '- .. i; ..
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i ; llst Is the. Last : "J' '
: :. April DayrS "SAVE OM LUGGAGE" 2-PIECE

; ;i : f( V : -i.---k-: : 5 PC.. LIIGG1iGE_ SET ........ ... ........:........ $17.25 M. .- .
; To. File 19S7>, : "- v : TAX INC $153.55 : S

: : v'K': : -* ** \ .: '- ,3. PC.,.:;LIJGGAGE. SET ,.:........W4at$1&95: .
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ftt Large Selection ef :
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