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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 30, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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';. Jacksonville resident who was An unemployed Negro worker is being held Joseph Augustus Baldwin, 36-year-old hearse driver, filed suit _

lying on the tracks at the rear,of in an undisclosed jail following his,arrest Sunday'evening after the in Circuit Court Thursday seeking.$125,000 damages from two white

.. 3350 Kings Ave.. about 8 p. 'm. town became stirred up over a white woman's report. that she had men charged with shooting.him.
last Sunday. been attacked. Named as joint defendants in

Papers,on the body, which was Sheriffs deputies, six state School ,the suit were James E. Aides Sr.
thrown 42 feet by the impact I troopers from nearby Tallahasseeand Board 39, of 4815 Dundee Rd" and Leon

identified the victim as, Gene Home Picketers'TrialDeIayei a posse of Monticello resi- Crawford Wheeler, 35, of 4527

Johnson alias James Johnson, 35. dents with bloodhounds took part Studying Ban. .OiWHAT'S Manchester Rd.

No, home address was given but hi the search that led to the ar- Baldwin was shot in the tem- .

x' records ,at the police department rest ,of 24-year-old Albert True- S Ii ple as he ,drove a.,hearse alongRwej6BoufevardWJeb 'MYSTEn-mATIf---Th.'bodr I

indicated Johnson'was a native jof. '. ';' __ ... : loc1r- "',,' .. __' _........ )- 0' -r..T"... -.. ; >*10; Badger.24 of'1391 Wed Stole St1'H11i e t.seen*man' as Identified U was found as Edward Sunday
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.."st-iT, pireman Abe White of New of six white persons: rrestect'fot: till being expressed by' Negro WRONG WITH County Solicitor Lacy Mahon,Jr.
the home of Frank Le- citizens in the,area. ,OUH SCHOOLS? '
Smyrna.Beach told Det Sgts. J. picketing : in connection with the shooting,
[* M Parker and G. H. Hurlbert he gree, a former Jacksonville Negro : State Attorney W. D. Hopkinssaid but have,made no statement..

|I saw the man apparently- asleep entertainer, Thursday was, con-. I Monday the arrest may have See Editorial on Page 2 Bin of informations were filed Of Man Is Found "

...' on the tracks just before the train I tinued until April 12., ended what he disclosed as a"reign School board members indi by Mahon charging the.two men Body f

struck him.Justice City Judge Henry L. Balaban of terror" here resulting cated last.donthy they will Vote with assault with intent to mur ... .'
granted motion for continuanceat from house break-ins and peeping at a future,meeting to ban solicit }
of the Peace T. O. Hol- a
der. The case is pending on motions
pies view the body at the scene the request of J. T. Gordon, Toms the last,several months. ations of funds' for "outside activ- in the Criminal Court of In "Ghost Town" Area : .;l

and ordered it moved to the attorney for the six defendants Hopkins said Albert Truelock ities' by children, teachers, and Record. .,
Morgue. .' charged with disorderly conduct. had confessed verbally to the principals.' -
F County
_._ _.. The three' women and three beating and attempted rape'of the Formal action wax put off, however Baldwin claims he has. been .. ,4 '
-- resultof
men were booked at city jail on young ,mother of two childrenat pending a 'meeting of the permanently injured as a The y death of a Jacksonville man whose body was.found in Ihe .
being shot, losing use of the -
A charges ,of disorderly ,conduct, her home. board when all members wouldbe right side of his. body and suffering street in 'ghost town/ remains a baffling mystery to Jax police. ,
and then released on their own Sheriff J... D. Thomas took present. The body of a man identifiedas .rt

recognizance for trial Thursday in Truelock 'to an undisclosed jail No,final decision was made by is represented an impairment by attorneys of speech.ErnestD. He Edward Badger, 24, of 1391 W. Badger may have been a victim

City Court. after his capture Sunday night the board on any of the subcommittee Jackson'and Releford McGrifL State Street was found last Sun- of a hit and run driver.In .
They were' arrested by Lt. C. "to prevent trouble" .. recommendations discussed day in the deserted section of the other quarters there is some

Buddy Kindred and Sgt. K. E. i Thomas said_ the young while by the Citizens Advisory Com- 1100 block of Ashley Street which discussion "that the death' may*

Fox on complaint of Legree of woman told him a Negro man mittee. has been evacuated to make way have been the result of .some 4
1455 NW 55th SL who has been broke into her home and raped One of the suggestions was that Negro Policemai for the new Expressway.Two other type of foul play .... t
a target for while segregationists her a short time after her husband "all principals, teachers and chil- witnesses, Lester Tombs, .
since ha and his mother moved left for his work at a dairy. dren be relieved from the respon- Held In Skaoliig Jr., of 1046 West Monroe and -"

r into a white neighborhood. She was badly' beaten about the sibility of raising funds" including James C. Coney who discoveredthe Negroes Pay $1,265 .<
Arrested :were Mrs. Elsie Fos- mouth in resisting his efforts. the Community Chest drive. body in the-street told police

ter, 28, of 2710 SW 80th Ave.. Because of insufficient legal Another called for a ban on Of WhileCaplali they thought the man was drunk In Birmingham Case

wife of Frank Foster Jr.; Mrs. proof of rape, Hopkins said, True- "ticket selling and solicitation of and'moved him out of the street.

Rosa Lee Campbell 45, of 5621 lock was charged with attemptedrape. funds for outside activities on The men told officers that after BIRMINGHAM Ala. The/

NW 13th Ave.; Mrs.' Willa W. school property, ,during school MIAMI"hated- A Capt.Negro Lawrence patrolmanwho G. moving the body they noticed attorney for 21 Negro defendants "

Chaple, 51, of 1136 NW 55th St; Thomas said more than 100 per- hours.? blood on the victim's head and convicted of violating city bus:*
Nolle held for
was questioningin
Cornelius B. Willard, 34., of 33 sons were "churning about" the While board members generally decided to notify the police. segregation laws Thursday paid
Monday night's shooting of his .
NW 51st Place; Russel W. Brown, jail and the police station a short expressed opposition to solicita- Police' officers theorized ,that fines totaling $1265. J-
50, of 2351 NE 46th-St.. and JerryE. time before Truelock was cap- tions for "outside activities" it white commanding officer. .
j Sollenberger, '29, of 4211 SW tured.He said they'calmed down was not made clear ,whether a Nolle, 43, suffered ''minor Attorney Arthur D. Shores said*
t. Y U7th Ave. and dispersed when he announcedthe limited number of wellestablished wounds when he was lured to his JAX MAN DROWNS his clients had elected not to pursue -

right man had been found and charitable agencies, includingthe front door and peppered with I, the cases, on appeal but rely' ,..
I had been taken,to another jail Community Chest, would be shotgun pellets. .' IN BOAT ACCIDENTGREEN upon a Federal, Court test. ",

Yoiifas Hell included in the ban.. Harold V. !.fitcheD. 33, the Ne- Shores previously had filed a'f 1

.The subcommittee preparingthe gro, refused to submit to a'' lie COVE SPRINGS suit in U, S. District Court On,*
BREAKING' report was' headed by Mrs.S. detector test about the shooting, James Lee, a Jacksonville man behalf of the defendants seeking

I .. For VaidalisM E. Arnold, who said her group Asst Police Chief J., A. Youell drowned while fishing in Black to void the city's ordinance pro-'
s; AND ENTERING, CASESSusie found the schools were 'raising said. Creek about four. miles north of viding for separation of the races
for everything under the here Thursday. on public transportation vehicles.'
F: \ Two witnesses, Miss Doris money "The only reason we are hold- '
70S Wilcox Street and E/Tolbert School 1925 W. sun. That's just' not school business ing Mitchell is the fact that be Witnesses said Lee was starting Shores said, "We will get an
E Smith 13th St:-Entry 'was 'made by .** hated Nolle so much" Youell the motor on his boat and ultimate determination of aU the
Charlie 1325 W. Union
Kit McRoy that breaking glass in, front door on GOVERNOR CITES DANGER said. ."Mitchell made no bones apparently had the spark ad- issues involved. We feel that it
St. stated to
police they saw
: .4.y north side of building. Office ransacked OF TRILLS' IN CLASSROOMSIn about 'thaL"Mitchell'. vanced. When the motor caught, would be quicker:and less expensive ,
two leave the imme-
boys scene but nothing was reported Tallahassee State Department has been relieved of the sudden motion jarred Lee out in Federal Court." t

; at diately the George after hearing Schuman glass store crash at missing. The window pane dam- of Education officlals'as- his duties and is being kept in of the boatDragging He said he did not expect a

: 704 Myrtle Avenue. age was placed at$3. Officers G. sured Gov. LeRoy Collins Tues- custody pending the investigation.Youell operations had failedto hearing on his suit before Ma*. .
Williams and Luman investigated day that state regulations would reported Nolle recently locate Lee's body by early The defendants were fined'$50 'A
Upon arriving upon the scene Date of March 23. "frills' from and costs each on 23 counts.. <
vp officers, proceeded in the direction entry prevent too many gave the patrolman five demerits Thursday night. Lee resided in .
creeping into the public school the 500 block on Beaver Street in
given by witnesses. They for not turning ,in a complete report -
J. D. Bass, 1332 Kings Road- classrooms. for. cruising outside his as- Jacksonville and operated a confectionary GET DIPHTHERIA ,.','l .:'
the at Monroe \'
caught suspects Establishment entered through Collins brought up the subject signed area. and shoe shine stand: SHOTS NOW.,.. '....', .
: Street and Myrtle Avenue. They : ..
front door.by prying lock. An during a discussion oi proposednew '..
attempted to escape ,but officers Last year Mitchell was involved ,...", ..
accreditation -- -
undetermined amount ,of money : standards for_ of in two fatal shootings growingout
able to down two of I
them.were was taken from the juke box and Florida schools during a meetingof of his police work.Both,were I Jack nvile's MIlt Outstanding MWsttr ;'I, *} '
x cigarette machine. An Undetermined the cabinet board of education. ,
(a Y declared justifiable homicide.It jf r rI
then brought back :
They were
amount.of cigarettes.were The Governor said he 'thought I I '
was the second shotgun.blast fOTE'
to the area of crime and a positive .
identification was made by p ssing. Date'of entry March 25. controls were"important to keep at Nolle's'' home. Pellets riddled ,

the schools from launciag.too his.parked automobile's windows I ,. ii.1I ;
witnesses. I Want to Cart Ybte fer"i
'' My
Joe's PoolRoom,1432 Davis St, "extra curricular activities -
Two boys,. IB slid 14 years old, many threeweeks ago. ,.,. ". ,
held a charge of destroy- Joe Sanders owner Padlock was ." Nolle..white has been in chargeof I ;r._.,. / : ..:.'!, ',-
were on broken off front door to,gain en- .ash extra curricular activities, police_activities. Miami's Negro i '' I :,
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property.Yew .
t ing private trance.,The,Jukebox was broken c NiM"'said" would "lower the -precinct+ for lour years. ">*.ffij*c 3 Keefe of Mbheer, > ':,, .
into and.cash and dgaretts miss sound standards for .education I "' I .
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.*j&;*-. P. 0, tat 561, JaeksMvilf 1, Florida P BUT CITES COVERT PRACTICES EFFECTING-( *
,4t3'Broed: Strut, Jacksonville, Florida Phone Elate 4-3773 WIDESPREAD NEGRO EXCLUSION IN HOUSING 4 k '
Erk O. h sea ..._......._.____.____...____ Editor
ta.ir.ird.yard _._.__........_....._.._._.....: Managing Editor
F C.. 'arla..-Jolaasoa ........_...__._..._..__.___ News Staff In a .found-up of the current discrimination practices against i
.'-l ... ... Richardson' ?r...,,:....... _... ____._._.. Grealatioa Dept.r1 Negroes outside the South LIFE Magazine in its issue of March t
---i- T : Hth, Lays 'that "while Negroes hare advanced faster in the North
Member of Associated Negro Press _
in the past 15 yean than in any previous time" and !their political

.?." ,- SUBSCRIPTION RATES equality is now assured they still encounter many walls of exclusion
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FLORIDA. STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA North .=:,, Politically and legally the Negro
t LTk says, "results has established his equality in the .
from combina '
? North. His hope for the future is
Wfcal's Wrong Witk Oir Schools? tions of subterfuge based on the fact'that this con- +
9 3 \, .. e3 cept of equality is slowly gaining
paradox dhypocrisy. .
a n ,.- more and more acceptance in social
: Fund Raising, In Schools Bear Watching The magazine. ',:.g' > :'-.: '. .. practice."

finds "an enor- ;:: '., According to LIFE, Negroes be-

:JTwo weeks ago we began discussing some of the malprac- .. m o u s difference ,-, lieve that housing is the key to
tices'teat.exist in our schools and at that time stated that'it r r ** between their achieving more equality of t
would be necessary to treat on the subject in",a series of editorials "/ legal segrega- opportunity in the North.. Northern -
because the problems were so many. I i. tion in the Simpson acceptance of integration in
N I, l
Since that time however haye received with some everything from schools to beaches -
we South and practices in the North, i
cheer the announcement that the ''school board plans to vote where discrimination is a matterof often still means segregation in
funds for "outside activities" effect because Negroes have to
on banning solicitations of by social pressures. In the South
Ni1 7 take what housing is available
: in
children, teachers and principals: resistance to desegregation is
It is to be hoped that the board's action will put an end open and blatant. In the North, the limited areas where they may

to these solicitations which have become a great nuisance as it is covert. "In most of the South, live.The
well as a factor that hampers children. ..ergtr tU+ p LIFE says, "segregation is still a Negro ghettos in northern
We have seen cases where children have taken a lesson way of life to be defended. In cities are more crowded today
from their teachers and gone out to solicit funds for projects more and more of the North, discrimination than ever, and even so Negroes
they dreamed up themselves. is coming to be recognized have to pay up to half their in-
It would be well, too, we think if the board would look >Otrt .y a wrong to be, corrected. come for housing, far more than
into some of the fund drives that are put on as school pro- But They Are Asking You, What About Your Own" That Uneasy FeelingIn the white average. Northern resistance -
jects. It seems that the various school presentations obsten- the North, 15 states and 36 to any genuine integra-
sibly to raise funds for one purpose or another are becomingjust LIBRA cities now have laws which for- tion of private housing seems as
a bit too frequently in some schools. It wouldn't hurt to Born Sept. 24 thru Od. 23 bid discrimination against Ne- firm as southern resistance to integration

investigate just how much money is collected and how much Your Weekly Be guided by your own instincts groes. Negroes can now frequentmost of schools. r
money is spent for these schools throughout the year. rather than by the advice of leading northern hotels, LIFE says that. to keep Negro
Aside from the fact that it looks as though somebody Is friends, well-meaning as they restaurants and theatres, "al and white sections separated from
pulling the wool over somebody's eyes, it is becoming a 'financial Horoscope Guide may be, in economic managementand though they still feel a little uneasy one another with the frequency
burden on devoted parents who are frequently: called in charting your future about it because pretexts are which occurs throughout the
upon to buy costumes and outfits to appear in these school WHICH ARE YOUR. LUCKY DAYS FOR course.,Occasions to obtain higher found to turn them away," LIFE North "requires steady tacit cooperation -

presentations., BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL, learning or to voyage extensively says. among real estate men,
Indeed, not only is there too much outside solicitations should be accepted opportunities "Though the prejudice of the builders, bankers, home sellers
there are too much ACTIVITIES in our schools and not By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER to develop.,There is a lapse of South is, echoed iifthe" North, it and home buyers." These groups
enough teaching. time between hoping and realiz- is less fierce in the North and represent a large part of the
whole northern community, and
ing, so cultivate more patience.
AmES as to further'spare your sensibilities to a large degree reflect its atti
S Pki To Triple Vole In 1 South Born March 21 ''thru April '19 and peace ,of mind. You can Accept the judgment older and Social events inspire. you. You tude.
After the 20th, new ,and un- think !of and plan for the suc- wiser folks. Keep up with your will be kept busy with visits, so- Negro Frustrations
schedules but not at the cost of
expected opportunities may come cesses you hope to achieve, but cial demands and correspondence. LIFE'S survey of northern dis-
A campaign to triple the number of Negro voters hrseven in manyways. Let romance come don't take premature action." Recreational your well-being. Patience and Allow:your imagination to spreadits crimination practices against Ne-
southeastern states by 1958 was approved by 150 delegates into your life if it is lacking and pastimes are favored. wisdom are needed to cope with wings. Your creative aptitudesand groes also reveals:

attending the fifth annual NAACP southeast regional con- give full rein to creative impulses.Be Some bold ideas or plans of the daily' problems. affectionate interests are In many places in the North,
ference which closed in Atlanta, Ga. early this month.A prepared for .a sudden trip past return for reconsideration or 440333932431.SCORPIO stressed at the start. Negro doctors and patients are
statement issued at the end of the four-day conferenceset later in the month. revision. You will,, be all the HO553954453.AQUARIUS denied access to medical facilities.
this goal and called upon the local branches and state 2-00--555--0-54--284. stronger in the'months to ,come. Using Chicago as an example,
units of the Association in the region "to assume full responsibility 8-SO-99-29-48-387. Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 24 LIFE says that there are no Negro
and leadership for placing into execution an' immediate v TAUBUS Your strong inner feelings are Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 surgeons at any of that city's
program for registration and getting out the vote of all Born April 20lh thru May 20thYour LEO not likely to mislead you when You will find more freedom to 77 private hospitals except the
Negro citizens. qualities of determinationcould Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 you are engaged in creative work, express your ideas and individuality Provident, a Negro hospital. Only
Other'issues dealt within the statement.included employ- transform an apparently An energetic development of pursuing romance and looking and this may lead to inter- half a dozen of these private hospitals -
ment, housing and desegregation of schools and transportation. lost cause ipto one that is highly your established commercial or after the welfare of members of esting results. The old friends are accept Negro patients in
successful ''and profitable. You professional enterprises should the younger generation who Are much more apt to be loyal and appreciable numbers, even tho
The conference delegates re-affirmed their "dedicationto too,'are in for an exciting time in bring you handsome returns. under your care or supervision.Your steadfast than those recently ac 22% of Chicago's population is
the democratic way of life .and determination to gain for the company of your favorite ac Your inspirational and intuitive social life is being reacti- quired. The profits derived from Negro and the city has an ordi-
Negro citizens, all the rights and privileges guaranteed them, quaintances. You can make wideruse faculties become acute, and you vated, but give plenty of con- your professional or business ac- nance forbidding hospital dis
and all people by the Constitution of, the United States. In of your talents 'especiallywhen should accept opportunities ,to sideration to the obligations or tivities will be satisfactory. Don't crimination.
pursuit of this objective, the statement declared, "our approach they can be turned to pecu- travel and ,gain knowledge and expense this imposes on you. abandon principles to satisfy your While qualified Negro engi-
will always be calm and reasonable, but under no niary profit Do not be responsible experience. M a k e reservationsnow 750444943743.SAGITMBIUS ambition. neers find a readier acceptance in
circumstances will we compromise our principles or deviate for a family crisis midmonth. if you intend, to travel. If you 8-30--,66-2 -- 5836.PISCES the North than any other profes-
from our goal. 4-20-33-19-32428.OEMHII want to assume art authoritativerole sional group, in spite of their high
The four-day program consisted of a series of workshop, --., make sure you have the Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 incomes and educational advan-
sessions; a freedom awards _dinner, addressed by Clarence backing of associates and'people It is time to inject new and exciting Born Feb. 19 thru March 28 tages, they run into the same
Mitchell, director of the NAACP Washington bureau; and a Born May,21 sfaru June 21 in charge. Bolster security set- elements in your life by Be careful about adopting work problems on buying housing as
closing mass meeting at which Jacl Robinson, chairman of 'It seems advisable not to reveal ups. becoming more enterprising. Plan methods in the early days that plague other Negroes. ,
the 1957 Fight for Freedom Fund drive, was the principal your hopes until you see an 3-10-22- -322. and leave the rest to chance. Set- would augment the risks of -Negro real estate men find
speaker. opening to have them fulfilled oas backs are possible in the home*or breakdowns and mishaps. Be few attractive houses anywherefor
Participating in the workshop panel discussions were to prevent gossip or trickery. VIRGO base of operations. Brace yourself prudent while in transit as well, their clients, and seek to open
Robert L. Carter, NAACP ,general counsel; Gloster B. CUr- Your social life provides a field Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 for a long pull which will and take appropriate steps to pre- new areas for Negroes. But there
rent, director of branches; Herbert Hill, NAACP labor secre- for new adventures. Don't let am- Steady gains may be ensured bring success if you do not give serve your well-being. Take ad- are many kinds of obstacles ',
tary; Dr. D. L. Boger of"Morehouse College; Kelly M. Alex- bition come between you,and the through investments in land or in to discouragement. A business vantage of the inspiring radia- placed in their way. Across the
ander, Charlotte N. C.;.Dr. C. A. Bacote, Atlanta University; one who shares your life interests.Be old properties which can be improved professional development re- tions to gain knowledge, spiritual country, while afew branches of
Charles A. McLean Winston- alem, N. C. cooperative wherever you can rebuilt or resold. Follow quires a change of tactics or creates insight and an appreciation of the the National Association of Real
even if others seem remiss'in this the lead of your intuition when problems that call for hard. finer things in life. Your mental Estate Boards, (whose membersare

NATION RACING POLIO VACCINE. PROGRAM connection. Prepare yourself for adopting work.",and health proce- work. Plan anew. faculties are particularly keen up the only ones permitted to "
the spring social season which dures. Respond'to your ambitious g-70-11-69-1-972. to midmonth. Push ahead with call themselves "realtors") allow
,. promises to sparkling. urges, with discretion. Do not plans to 'travel, do some writingor membership to Negroes, most in
An emergency mass vaccination program against paralytic 5-O0--88-89-87-579. force Issues that 'could upset do- CAPRICORN alliances. the North are Jim Crow.
polio is under way today thousands of communitiesacross mestic harmony as well as intimate Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 3-10-09- -98-,318. (To Be Continued)
the in to beat the 1957 dead- ?
country a race crippler's
associations. A As
trust instincts
CANCER and public long as you your
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:,- SURPRISE PARTY-Mrs. Ora Le Wright is seen cutting her birthday cake. Blue..Mrs. Beatrice Allen Mrs. Lois Geathey Mrs. Ruth Parrish. Mrs. Willie Bell *

.: surrounded by friends who staged the surprise event in her honor. The party was Rivers, and Samuel L. Jenkins. A Up of 01 Peed Cap Ie

_11 :;j;: .' .. held in the Richmond Hotel Tearoom' with Mrs. Ora Bell Harding as hostess. Second photo left to right: (seated) Mesdames Samuel Bryant. Mamie Taylor. I tfcts Americas* oatititUtTu, who teak"oar af
f First photo left to right: (seated) Mrs. Louise Smalls.' Mrs. Mamie Taylor. Ethel Allen, Ora Lee Wright. Ora Bell Harding. Catherine Johnson and Mr. Clarence .* country and our community
"4 ..i ", Mrs. Ethel Allen Mrs. Ora Lee Wright guest of honor; Mrs. Ora Bell Harding. Mrs.itl King: (standing) Samuel Bryant. Leroy Mosely Mrs. Everlena Morgan. Joe Hughes. a better Ue.ta which to Br*.

:", Rosa Washington Mrs.Ruth Long: (standing) Fred Bartow. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sulton Eddie Ellen White Bobbie Allen and Walter Williams. *

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H! '(xroups Prepare For Cobb Recital I Moore-Blake: Engagement Announced I --.; "

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Les Filles des Charmes and Les ber of the Edward Waters College v; a y. +.X'Sar ;. *
Bon Comarades, social clubs of Chorus and serves as one of the ir.a .,

Edward Waters College, will pre- soloists of the group. if
sent Miss Meltonia Cobb in a Miss Rose Harris, also a fresh- MRS. SARAH LOVETTE ENTERTAINS *

spring recital, April 17 in the B. man at the school, will serve as Members of the Kelvenette Bridge Club were entertained by

F. Lee Auditorium of the schooL accompanist, for ,the occasion. Mrs. Sarah S. Lovette last Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. *

Miss Cobb, a freshman at the Miss Harris is a graduate of New ..,1. A'P H. James Greene, 1539 W. 23rd Street. The charming hostess had P it

school, graduated from New Stan- I Stanton and. served as pianist of Mrs. Evelyn Peterson and Miss Lauretta Jenkins as special guests. *

ton High School, -where she was the Stanto-Musi-Cho group. .' r4k. Mrs. Emma Lee George was the outstanding player of the evening I
I soloist of the Stanto-Musi-Cho. Tickets may be purchased from Jro a : with Mrs. Helen Bryant Robinson and Mrs. Dorothy Oliver *

She will be remembered for her members of the club. Miss EthelV. Ate : '4a: placing second and third, respectively. Miss Lauretta Jenkins was II I
performance in "Carmen" pre Richardson and the Rev.James : awarded the guest prize. *
sented by the last L King as of the 4 C. .
group year. .serve sponsors JOAN MICHELE ADAMS *
At present, Miss Cobb is a mem- 'I. group. MISS MARVYNE BETSCH LEAVES FOR GERMANYMiss t
BoyUn BayeD SchoolPepclCola *
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... Marvyne Betsch, daughter of Mrs. Mary Lewis Betsch and
? td CBICHIow: :CMcsjcwjCHIcrajCP !eraeftat] Bottling Company *
; ->r the late John T. Betsch, Sr., left the city Friday for her return tripto and Pepsi-Cola dealers -
:- I New Ritz Theatre R Europe. salute are proud Joan this Michel weekto ,*
Adams of the eighth
r Miss Betsch and her mother went by train to New York City, grade class. She is a feature *
,;: Exclusive Road Show Engagement I where they were met by her sister, Johnetta. Marvyne will board school reporter for, a the 1scout.

4 ,rrvai.a the S. S. United States Tuesday, bound"for Hanover, Germany, while a newspaper member of the *
i.e Junior choir and she also
m i. her mother and sister will enjoy a brief stay in New York. plays in the orchestra. .

-4 xra r4 Johnetta is a senior at Oberlin College Oberlin, Ohio, where she
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3cP an entranced audience last Monday evening in the New Stanton asp
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Sara 'Scott Stewart, star of the play, was given wonderful

r+S tF} support in her role by Miss Estelle Williams, Mrs. Virginia Long, *
; ) Mrs.: Ruth C. Solomon Wilbur Gibson and Rudolph McKissick. *

Mrs. Amy S. Currie and Mrs. Alma C. Daniels won much praiseas 'n a Y d
directors of the play.
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ii, "Mr. DeMHVs moving portrayal d *'
i Mrs. Thelma and Mrs. Mildred Pauline
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS will spiritualenrich dot ,' xi Kaatk Argrett were special
.. the of Les Trieze Amies Club last *
Bra of who G1 = PikA guests at meeting the Bridge held
all it.
II see rAircu CAUHNAL fremtAX. .
AfMiAg4Nir** tJCJ r JOP ,fVJ Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Carolyn J. Miller, 2039 itif. CATHSYN BROWN

t;: 'S{< .. Durkee Drive. New Stanton SeniorSchool

APRIL WEDDING PLANNED Dr. and Mrs. Richard Vernon Mrs. Josephine Meares, Mrs. Vivian Satterwhite and Miss Coat- High

Moore announce the engagement of.their daughter. Rosalyn Ann to sie Jones were the outstanding players of the. evening. Tribute Is paid to Cathryn
Brown of the 12-A class.
Mr. Richard Kenneth Blake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blake of The guests were awarded lovely gifts by the hostess. She Is a member of the
e.e.e ifit 8 1 a n o-Musl-Cho and
Cocoa. Florida. president of the French
The ,wedding will be solemnized April 20 at 6:00 p. nu in RECITAL SCHEDULED FOR MISS COBB class. Her ambition is to
become a nurse.
Stewart Memorial Methodist Church. Daytona Beach, Florida. with Miss Meltonia. Cobb, a student at Edward Waters College, will *
s the B.... Eddie'J. Rivers officiating. be presented in a vocal recital April 17, in the B. F. LeeAuditoriumon
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Miss Moore is chairman of the English Department at Monroe the college campus.
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man College where she received the A.B. degree in Speech and she often serves as soloist She is a former student of New Stanton ''''.''

BRYNHERBAXTER- ROBINSON Drama and has done work toward the Master's degree at Syracuse High School where she performed as'soloist for the StantoMusiCho.She .....;... *
,..'. YVDHRt OtKA OBIt University Syracuse. New York. She is a member of the Alpha will be accompanied by Miss Rose Harris, who is also a studentat m9: *

DEORLOPAGETDEREK3HOOWC I Kappa Alpha Sorority.Mr. Edward Waters. -
I :' Blake who is currently employed as instructor: at Monroe The recital is under the auspices of the Les FIDes des Charmes :t *
_ Nt1lAWtIW1 JUDITH> >8tCO* High School Cocoa. is a graduate of Claflin College Orangeburg. and Les Bon Comrades social clubs. : .;'. *
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L5t Mattie Boykins March 30 in the home of the pres- in the basement of the church. f$y...,''. .;:.r'i'f..:<..9.,',.. .<.f.i;

.t I ident, 1304 Francis St. The James Weldon.Johnson Speech Chorus will be among the )!I':t5.,>,"6',_._..J'.,....'':. +_'_?'i....>'. -:: ?'...1-r..., *
Entertains Saving Club Mrs. A. B. Houston is ill in participants.on the program. <:UI: ( *
her home. Members have been: C. .

The Century Saving Club met .1UAd" Weldon Johnson
NOW IN 'SECOND BIG WEEK recently in the home of Mrs. Mattie Carrie Parsons entertained the Cotillion Club.last Saturday Junior High School *
J PRICES MaebellBreeden evening. Miss Bernice Cornell Miss Hortense Jones and Mrs. *
Boykin, with Mrs. Club Is OrganizedIn Mitchell Is a member of
?r Melts ffEvtaiag at the affair. the homeroom and
M H* 12.4 presiding.The Gloria Parsons were guests : an
T. Clotlig' Melts $1.24 president, ,j honor student. He is an if
The Wiggins HomeThe i Mrs. Evelyn 'Walker received the outstanding player award. >ardent reader of Science
Children 50c All Tlm.t
J )z following officers were S. fiction magazines, a merniber *
". Coatiouovs Performance Shows et 12-4 sad ton ..... elected with Deacon IL T. of the School band. t
and he bas ball.
:. .3e dd L Della.A.i.eu.,,-il!R" Brown presiding: Mrs. Breeden, High Society Club was re- t
t Mrs. Juanita Bell was hostess to a meeting the Cosami Bridge
Louise Jiles vice
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> :t; ..*..*... DM** fcta .oavogoM a wffl Ml he Mrs. A. B. Houston Club, held last Tuesday evening in the Richmond Hotel Tea Room.
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jj_ PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR" Lillie McPherson treasurer and Mr. and Mrs. T. Thrope with the CongrottifaHoai from Ppel
; Mrs. Constance Barker, reporter.The president Miss Helen Fields, pre Cola. t. than threa Mot

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r.!. : St.. Stephens AME! Church Prepares For "Men's Day" ,> IB"

;x J. W. Armslroig AppoiitsConuniilee I. Golden Star Club Holds Meeting 7Al6 Week' Zdighwt J1tei,46' :: "

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% The Rev. J. W. Armstrong, pastor of St. Stephens AME Church .\ "' PASTOR OF FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
met with the men of the church recently to complete the formula
TEXT: GaL 4:4.5 and Si. Luke 19.10
tion of plans for the annual "Men's Day"observance, scheduled to
In the fullness of time God sent forth His Son born of a woman
.- be held within a few weeks.
born under the law, that we might receive the adoption of Sons.
-Henry McMickens was chosen
"v For the Son of man is come to seek and to save that which was
general chairman for the
Sweetfield .. .:
ion. The following officers were BaptistCloses lost.Life ,
T ;1( is a com- -- --'
chosen: Cornelius Boyd, vice- :
bination of i;
chairman Henry Belliny, general AnniversaryThe many ,'
; 3t needs, both in
secretary; McKinley Genwright, c-'t the realm of human -
Sr., treasurer; J. W. Philyaw, assistant .,
treasurer. anniversary of the Sweet- as well as 101'a: .. !
It Divine; or, phy- ,, :---"' .
field Church closed last .
Committeec hairmen are: Arthur Baptist ..:: 'C"' .
sically as well """
as !
4 G. Madry, Steering Committee Sunday with the 3 p. m. service .r
spiritual There-
; Leroy Collins, Souvenir and from all reports the anniver- ; ; .
i fore, in the life > '
Committee; BrooLj Belliny, Fin sary was very successful.At d'.l,. 1
of man lie, is a
Committee Charles Wood- ( l )
ance ; the 11 a. m. service, the pas seeker of both. ,
ard, Courtesy Committee. Captains tor, the Rev. G. W. Phillips delivered How well he has ;"
and co-captains were also / .
the morning message done, you may ,- : -
., chosen during the session. using as a subject: "Almost Chris- be the judge. j}.- 1. :: :<

tianity is insufficient for Salva- ti. But, the truth If. ..
1 Homecoming Day Set tion." The sermon was taken .r: r e ma; ins un 'r'. ,

from Acts 26:28. Illness did not solved. Life with .
At Alexander MemorialAlexander prevent the pastor from givingto PRESIDENT PRESIDES-Mrs. Lucile Math, president of the Golden Star Social and Saving Club its many roadsof -

.the audience a spiritual mes- presided over the meeting held recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathis. Mrs. Elizabeth travel, its "

Memorial Methodist sage filled with food for the soul. Green was hostess for the meeting. streets and ave- ; : !

Church will observe "Homecoming Front row left io right: Mrs. Bessie Ray James Williams Mrs. Willie J. Whaley, Mrs. Pinkie nues,boulevards,
Day" Sunday with various The Rev. Mrs. Marie Washington Lee Dixon Mrs. Frances M. Pringley Mrs Aldonia Bleckshear and Mrs. Ella Watts. sharp curves and

activities planned for the occas- delivered the message at the Back row, left to right: Mrs. Lucile Mathis president of the organization; Mrs. E. Green Walter dual lanes must ".10; "
ion. evening service. Jacksonville is Aaron Julian Mathis, Freddie Edwards. Jr.. and Frank Mathis. admit that how ."x./
well acquainted with her as a
Special services have been go- minister. ever long and

ing on throughout the week with Steward Board Sets56th Mrs. Nichols To SpeakFor James Weldon Johnson beautiful or L
however smooth,
the different churches participating. Over $1000 was raised and the .

; The Rev. A. Terrell and con- members are looking forward to Women Glee Club To Appear that all roads
gregation of Mt. Pisgah Methodist completing the church around the AnniversaryThe Missionary iI i have a beginning and an end. This surely can be seen in the char-
Church are scheduled to be in last of the month. Great things I acter and strength of the subject of the evening. Christ is the end
charge of the service Friday have been done under the Rev.G. The Young People's Departmentof of the road of life. He is the answer.
56th anniversary of Stew- Mrs. D. Ward Nichols, State St. AME Church is
night. W. Phillips, the last two years. Stephenls 1. He is the answer as the'gUt of God to the world.
ard Board 1 of Mt. Moriah AME Supervisor of the Missionary Department presenting the James Weldon Man 'fell. Man was alienated from God. Man alienated himself

.... Church will be observed Sundayat of the AME Church will Johnson Junior High Glee Clubin from God. Hence, man' is lost and needs a saviour. Thus, speaks
3 p. m. in the auditorium of speak at Mt. Olive AME Church recital Sunday,evening, March Christ Jesus in John 3:14: : '"For God so loved the world that He

SPRING SUMMER MUSIC CLASSES the church.A Sunday at 11 a. m. for the Junior 31, at the church. The program is gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth on Him should

STARTING APRIL 1st -:- 2840 JUPITER AVENUE program has been plannedfor I Missionary'* Department. scheduled to begin at 7 o'clock. not perish, but have everlasting life." Love is the law of life. Thisis

MRS. WJLHE1MINA' MciNTOSH, Instructor the occasion and mem Kelly Brown.is chairman of the Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear is di- true with God and man. God loved man; God loved .His Son.
: Students May Register March 29th and 30th every rector of the group, which will God's love for. man was prospective. That is, God looked forward
From 3:00 until 7:00 ber and friend of the church will program committee. The men of
p.m. p.m. render classical, semi-classical, at the need of in
great man even Eternity. God loved His Son
PHONE EL' 5-3201 be welcomedf to celebrate the the church area rranging plans
board's, birthday. servance. spiritual and folk songs. Jesus in the light of the term from His provential. Which is to say
St. Stephens is located on the God not only looked ahead from the foundation of the world for

corner of Fifth and Davis streets. man's needs, but also provided for the needs of man through His

Rev. J. E. Armstrong. is pastor of Son Jesus.Christ. In God's own time, He sent forth His Son, born

the church.Women's. of woman, born under the law, that we might receive the adoptionof

Your GuideTrade Sons. "Unto you in the City of David is born a Saviour, whichis
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Christ the Lord." He is the answer.II. .

SocietyWomen's He is the answer in meeting human needs.

Jesus knew that man was of a dual nature; that he possessed a

body and a souL Hence, each has a need. The body needs food,
Near Where You Live I Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment J Names Singers shelter, clothing, medical care. Our Lord's Christ went about doing

good in each and every step of His life, meeting the needs of man
in every case where man called upon Him for Divine help. The
The Society for Com-
Trade Rich Firms That Cooperate With The Community munity Action has secured several hungry were fed, the blind received their sight, the crippled walked,

singing groups to furnish music the lepers were cleansed, the deaf heard again, and the dumb talked.
for the mass meeting scheduledfor He met the human need of man as well as the spiritual.

Sunday in the Shiloh Metropolitan III. Christ is the answer, in His message of Salvation.His .
_______ -__ _.__ __. I u Baptist, Church._ message is a world-wide message. His teaching is a formulafor
The singing groups include the the teachers of all generations. For He taught as one having
The Best in Jax r BARBECUE combined choirs of Shiloh; the authority and not as a scribe. The sermon on the mount was a

Young Adult, choir of Laura world-wide message. The Prodigal Son is a type of wandering sons,
For SINGLETON'S Street Presbyterian Church; New and the Father's attitude is God's attitude toward all wanderingsons
who left the House cf God. He teaches that
Father and I
Breakfast Lunch After the Movie Snacks Bethel Young Adult Choir; The "My
Edward Waters College Chorus, are one. That I came down from my Father." Listen to Him! "He
Golden :Brown SUPERIOR BARBECUE andt he Stanton Glee Club. that sent me is with me, for I do always those things that are

I j; Fried Chicken Speaker for the nieeting will be pleasing to Him." He teaches that God is Holy and that He cares

irni I Oysters Cod Specializing in Ribs and ChickenNo. Attorney Ernest D. Jackson. for the race of man. Christ teaches about man; that man was madein
r I Ham Bishop and Mrs. D. Ward Nicholsare the image of God; that all races, nations, and tribes sprang from
Shrimp 1 33rd at Moncrief Road expected to be present. one common stock.-that all men are precious in the sight of God. t
Bacon Sausage PHONE EL 4-9102 God made provisions for the Salvation of all men everywhere. Matt.
Eggg Hot Cakes No. 2 Broad at State Street 121:18-21 verses.
1Il, rq ; 1 1 Coffee Milk PHONE ZL 4-9789 JAX MINISTER SEEKS IV. Christ the answer in His death on the cross. "

French Fr. Potatoes There was and never will be any other way out, but that of
___ No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street NATIONAL OFFICEThe
Divine purpose. Christ's death on the cross for the Salvation is
PHONE EL 6-9367 the answer. Man was lost; man needed a Saviour to redeem him; to
ROOSEVELT GRILLAshley No. 4 700 Block W., Ashley Street Rev. Mr. J. C. Sams of this buy him back. Man needed one who could fulfill the Divine blue- i

and Madison JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA city, president of the Progressive print of God Almighty; man needed a prophet, priest and king; I tHeaven's
Baptist State Convention of Florida Son; Bethlehem's babe; Moses' Rod; Ezekiel's wheel; :
has announced his candidacy Daniel's stone; the Mighter of the Mightest; the purest of the pure.
for the presidency of the National Here is the answer. It.is in the blood of Christ-in the Life of Christ. :
Baptist Convention of America, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved. ;

OUT OF PAWN GO TO KEYSTONE 509 BROAD which he is now serving as vice
president. He made the announce-
AND ASK ABOUT ; ment following the delivery of .
17 and 21
Jewels the annual address at the State
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;:i: I BULOYA' : recently.Rev. 1 i
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tial minister in the southern 1i,
i $18.50 to $24.50 Wonderful for Relief of states, has excellent training for i 4

ARTHRITIS GAS BACKACHE ETC. the prospective office. He is expected -
Like New
If Not Better in 1 Week Get All Your to be 'a strong contenderfor i.

Bennis Gnien Wittnaoer Money Back You Can't Lose the top seat.
The National Convention is
LADIES' AND MEN'S Ask Your Neighbor scheduled to be held in Los Ange- Ji4w' \

atKEYSTONE. les, California September 3-8, at

ED'S LOAN OFFICE LUCKY STORE New Hope Baptist Church. '' r t

612 DAVIS STREET 509 BROAD STREET District Union Slates % .t.

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$39.50 em District Ministers' and Deacons -(
Union, auxiliary to the
...4 E-Z Terms 88c Union St. James Baptist Associ-
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$1.00 Down FREE RISE SHAVE CREAM Shiloh Baptist Church March 29- FRONT ROW SPECTATOR..white textured calf

$1.00 per weekSPEARS WITH PURCHASE OF 31. The Rev. Mr J. A. Wright is adds new appeal to fashion's favorite .

Y GEM RAZOR the host pastor. classic. BROOKWOOD $11.95 .
The following officers will preside -
Price $1.00.
over the various departments: Lay Away Charge Account 'InvitedHOWARDS\

.a1 lTHERS'FURNITURE ARTRA SKIN-TONE ends C. J. Watkins, J. A. Wright,
PLUS TAX J. W. Walker, J. J. Jenkins and ,.

SUN GLASSES 39c Deacons R. A.Woods, Ellis Smith, .
. up_ to $2.98
Leroy Ellington and E. J. Vreen.

CO. he. ."t1LL Ladies Department: Mesdames 215 Laura Street e. y
Y'S DRUG STORE Ethel Jenkins, Dorothy Norton

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fttertfey, 30, 1957 THE,FLORIDA STAR Past ,lYe

I High Court Rejects Virginia's Attempt To Delay Segregation .

I Supreme Curt "These Are Your Future Stars" To Be Presented At Stanton School .

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preme Court last Monday rejected
Virginia's attempts to delay desegregation -
r, of its public schools. "
The tribunal did so by refusingto + .
review lower court orders directing
the admission of Negro
pupils to public schools in Char-

lottesville and Arlington County. .W'r HaK
The orders by U. S. District
court judges, previously had been
upheld by the U. S. Circuit Courtin S.r.1a
Richmond. They were appealedto
the high tribunal by Atty. Gen.J. :
Lindsay Almond of Virginia.

i The Supreme Court in a brief
order, sid Qnly that a request to k ,
review the cases had been denied. ; \ _

Judge John Paul had orderedthe
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regated Charlottesville as of last September.deseg- :_ ;** &::: s.i i 13. iTO t.>t :_.ft. 1.W. S\:.:::'$:/ ).t ,:III m"im li:I..i!, l m.. ,' .. "'-. ".H >

Judge Albert Bryan had ordered BE PRESENTED-The high stepping lassies and debonair laddies seen here Left to right: Maurnice Coleman Darlene Morene. Joyce Gray Marilyn King.
Arlington Elementary Schools de- are scheduled to appear in the Phi Delta Kappa's presentation of These Are Your Collette Simpson Gloria Glover. Norman Bennet Sandra Gumbo Jacqueline Mirri-
segregated as of last Jan. 31 and son Charles Simmons. ilL Winston Reed Frank Maurine Benjamone Frazier Tony
Future Stars" scheduled to be held at New Stanton High School April 12. They are
high schools by next September.Both Reed Edward Griffin. Charles D. Brooks III Frank EmanueL Earl Gumbo Jr..
orders had been held in all registered in the Gretel and Gertie Dance School and hail from various public Johnnie Morrison Raymond N. Rose Julius Dumps Ronald Calvin Roger Glover

abeyance pending the appeals. schools in Duval County. Lonnie Isaacs, Thomas Stafford John Houston and Albert R. Thomas.
In still a third public school ...
case, the Supreme Court denied Erwin was not available for Odum said today that many Florida board would have direct super-
r t a. hearing for Negro children in New Segregation Plan comment today, but his office states feel that the federal courts A&M University vision operating under overall Birmingham, Ala. Group

Old Fort N. C., who sought immediate Presented By R. Ervin said there are "high hopes" that have been usurping state's rights, Board Gets ApprovalThe policies and direction of the boardof To
admission to a white the amendment will be adopted. particularly in the fields of segre- control Replies Appeals Case
school in that town. gation, labor laws and laws on
Sees Northern Backing .
The Negro children are re- TALLAHASSEE-State Attor- sedition. State Board of Control yes- The governor would appointthe
f quired to attend school at Marion, ney General Richard W. Erwin "There is a good chance that The Florida Legislature will be terday gave final approval to a five members for four year BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Mar 25-
N. c., about 14 miles from Old has proposed an amendment to many of these Northern states asked to adopt Erwin's resolutionfor proposed legislativea ct setting upa terms except that the first five Atty. Arthur D. Shores reports 21
them the federal constitution allowingthe would be interested in this five-man board to supervise the members would have staggered Negroes convicted of violating
Fort. Lawyers for appealed the amendment when it meets.
after the U. S. Circuit Court in U. S. Senate to review court amendment for reasonls other operation of Florida A&M .Hos terms to allow one new term Birmingham's bus segregationlaw
Richmond said parents of the decisions affecting states' rights.If than segregation," said Ralph pital. I each year. have decided against appealing
children had not used all admin- the amendment were adoptedit Odum, one of Edwin's top aides. S FLORIDA STAR The hospital now is operated i The board would have com- the case.
istrative remedies provided by the would mean that the Senate Odum, Erwin and Assistant directly by the board of control I plete jurisdiction over hospital The Negroes still have a peti-
North Carolina Pupil Enrollment could modify or reserve decisionsof Attorney General Fred Burns IN EVERY working through the president of I management, appointment of hos- tion in U. S. District Court askinga
Act. the U. S. Supreme Court in came up with the idea after long COLORED HOME A&M University. Under the pro-] pitalo fficials, hiring of employeesand declaration that the segregation
The practical effect of Monday's segregation cases. thought about the situation. posed new policy, the hospital other matters. ordinance is unconstitutional.

kk actions; is to underscore the high
court's 1955 opinion that lower

1 ing gation.courts out should of public supervise school the desegre-carry- II nOD BROAD ST. I JAI APPLIANCE CENTER I PHONE EL 6-2602 '

Al Cahill Makes Tour

Of New Stanton High i JAFCO. .SPONSORS. .' BASKETBALL. TOURNEY.... .

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special guest at New Stanton Gospelthph I, Gospelthon
Senior High School.
While at New Stanton, Mr. "
A Cahill made a complete tour of : I

the physical plant; visited classrooms 1360

, I ;held brief informal confer- 1360 ;Iit..::::.: .- ': tr
; ences with members of the staff, ,
and student and
faculty body
r Anniversary SpecialQUALITY
appeared as guest speaker duringa 1 i i
special assembly program which Anniversary Special L
was given in his honor. MERCHANDISE
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Members o fthe eleventh and BEST BARGAINS
1 twelfth grades at New Stanton

were, in which attendance was' presided at the over program r ? j.rL ONLY $4.98 DOWN

by Marvyne TolbertMATTHEW ONLY $4.98 DOWN _,, \

.a I Monthly -:- Twice Monthly
W. No Loans No Fuss : Pay Weekly -:- Every Day

STUDENT IS WINNEROF Just You and Us 1// k .:;{ or Every Hour on the Hour I

DISTRICT CONTESTMiss i 1l:'> :t1

Jacquelyn Yvette Wright, 13 PC. Bedroom Group .i ,: :J 13 PC. Living Room Group
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a student at Matthew W. Gilbert v.: ;;. /.HN< .:<.>

High School, was the winner in Save $60 PLEASED WITH TROPHIES Jacksonville Recreation Department officials Emmett 'Chip":
j the Elks annual oratorical contest Reed. Carlton Bryant and Julius Guinyard are seen admiring the trophies presented to winners in Save $60
recently held in the Elks Audi- the Senior Adult Basketball Tournament awarded by Jax Appliance Center in the interest of the
torium. Miss Wright also won in Off Regular Price community. Off Regular Price
the district contest held in
Gainesville Sunday.She "-- .
was trained and sponsoredby 3jjjTJj1 my&fmWITH
Mrs. I. W. Warren, instructor
at. Gilbert and was the second
straight winner in the local and 1
district contests.
Miss Wright will represent the
First District of Florida in Elk-
state convention in 4: a
dom in the T Ii
Orlando. Local opponent to- Miss ie5tAa
Wright was Miss Janet Daniels
of New Stanton High School She
was sponsored by Mrs. W. J.
DanieL QP'"

Appearing on the program were
the Stanto-Musi-Cho under direction '
of Mrs. Annette Epsy; Harold : II)

dard.Scott and Miss Helen Stod : THEFLORENCE ..

Baptist Ministers SetMeeting ':;
For MondayThe 1100 Broad Street >.

of Baptist Duval and Ministers adjacent Brotherhood counties -- .Invites You To Come In .:):' 1 '.: Free Gas ((2 Big Tanks) ;
: and Get the New' "
1 in
April ,
will meet Monday '
Church. '- Free Installation
Bethel Baptist FLORENCE2?
Rev. R. Lv Wilson will previewthe -

." Rev.Antioch Sunday J. J.Baptist Jones School Church lesson pastor and will of the the be a GAS RANGE $4.98 D.WK! ',. Free Linoleum Kitchen Rig

t the order of the day.

porter Rev.and G. Rev.W. Teller ILK R is''the inson re-is 1100 Broad St. JAX APPLIANCE CENTER 1100 Broad St.

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I: 51'p News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida < : I

Putnam County News Beloir Social Club Holds Special Manning Meeting IftuCt

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Nichols. Mr. Nichol'i sister 'oN', ,,. "... ;'o'",. =
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Tisit in Palatka with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nichols.
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Mae Trapp, Mrs. Lizzie Jenkins S r
and several other members of
Summer WorkshopDAYTONA
the Church of God In Christ at-
'tended the entire session of the

State Convention which was held -. BethuneCookman -
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.,.iin-'. Gainesville, Fla. last week. College pnd the State Department 9 4: t \ *

,'"1 of Education will spon-

:Friends of Mr. Boysie Rankins sor a School Lunch Workshop, ,x '

I*.will regret to learn that he was June 16-28. This will be' the 7th

,3injured in an automobile acci- year that Bethune Cookman College R '.. ,a % + ,+i. t .
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his car overturned several times. State Department of Education in ACTIVITIES SCHEDULED Mr. and Mrs. Hoiea Sears were hosts to the (standing) Mrs. Eula Graham Richard Wilson. Mary Wilson and John Graham.

The car was a total loss. co-sponsoring a two week con- Belair Social and Saving,Club recently in their"home at 1719 Va Tyler Street Plant Right photo left to right: (seated) Mrs.Annie Mae Davis Mrs. Rosa Chester I

ference for school lunch managersand were. enacted for activities for the balance of the year. (standing) C. C. Chester and Hosea Sears.

\ The funeral of Mrs. Lewis was workers. Left photo. left to right: (seated) Mrs. Louise Graham Mrs. Letha Bivins: -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS

held last Wednesday afternoon The following courses will be
Mt. Tabor First Baptist Church, Business and professionalgroups Program Coordinator Rodell'F.
i offered: Foundation of Quantity CONCERT SLATED HERE ANNUAL MEETING SET
with Rev. J. W. Walker offici- Food Preparation, Quantity Cook- Stork interested in attending the Roberts.

ating. The deceased, one of Pa- ery, and Purchasing and Storage.A BY BETHUNE CHOIR FOR BUSINESS -LEAGUEThe convention should contact, J. O.

latka's oldest citizens, passed highly experienced facultyand Deliveries Mobley, President, 312 West Per- PATRONIZE

away last Sunday night after avery qualified consultants have shing Street, Tallahassee, Florida.
ST. AUGUSTINE,-The Beth- 10th annual convention of Advertisers
.: lengthy been secured for this summer une-Cookman Concert Choir will Committee chairmen appointedby
Barn To: the Florida State Business League Florida Star
Urs. Mable Crawford of Gaines- workshop.For appear in recital Tuesday evening will convene in Tallahassee on President Mobley to handle

further information writeto April, B:15: o'clock, in the gym- April 3 and 4. Host League will the convention are: Housing and
ville business visitor in Albert Walker 2221 York" St.
was a Assist ,
: Miss Florence Wagner, Card
of ThanksThe
natorium of Richard' J. Murray Registration H. K. Matthews,
be the Tallahassee Business Lea-
Palatka last Tuesday. She is the School Lunch boy, March 11.
ant Supervisor,
High School, under the auspicesof Polkinghorne Village, Florida A
cousin of Deacon W. M. Jones. State Department of Education, Hillard Harris, 1409 Swan St, family of the late Mrs.
Trinity Methodist Church the gue.The & M University; Souvenir Pro-
Tallahassee, Fla. boy, March 11. theme of the conventionwill Lucy Beatrice Bake Hill express -
Rev. Mr. Roosevelt Dell, Jr., gram E. Norwood, Post Office,
'_. The Friendly Twenty Social Soloman Alonzo Harris, 733 W. be: "A Greater Florida since thanks for your
and Saving Club held its first Orange St, boy, March 10. tor.The Through The Full Utilization'of Florida A & M University; Public kindness in our recent be

anniversary at Calvary Baptist PATRONIZEFLORIDA Robert Kelly, 760 Court A. twin 33-voice choir will sing the Human and' Physical Resources Relations Director R. L. Wil- reavement.

Church last Sunday night at STAR boys, March 9. compositions by Palestrinia, Ran- in Our Expanding Econ- liams; Banquet M. S. Thomas, The Brooks Family

which time a very inspiring pro- ADVERTISERSWOBS Samuel Bryant, 1173 E. 27th del Thompson, Rodgers and Ham- omy." Florida A & M University, and

gram was rendered. Mr: EdwinR. St, girl, March 8.. merstein,- ior g with Negro spirit-

Williams was the guest speaker. Green C. Mercer, 2036 W. 15th uals and folk songs. .

He was introduced by MissA. St, girl, March 7. Miss Ruth Sims of Jacksonville, -
Your Old Wooden Structure
M. Willengham. Seven other Willie Reed, 729 Court J, Blod- a sophomore music major at

clubs were present as guests off PROGRAM SCHEDULE gett Homes, boy, March 7. Bethune is accompanist for the

-. the Friendly Twenty. ,Mrs. Ber- MOTTDAT-TKIOAT SCHEDULE Joseph R. Ray,. 157T W. 22nd group. ,'a OR CONCRETE BLOCK'BUILDING
dell Coachman is the president ... lez lip oa St., boy March 3. Transportation has been arranged ;'
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I I: Jacksonville Player Slated For .Phillies'. Shortstop- Job TENNESSEE. STATE, '

I t KeiM*? SlUei Tole Firsi Xigrt Draws Heavy Fine CHAMBERLAIN NAMEDAS He! Star Plus WINS. CHAMPIONSHIPKANSAS .

T0 DAE The Uuf. ALL-AMERICAN CITY 'TennesseeState
Philadelpkia Marriage YowsI College, located in Nashville -

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CHICAGO The most talked I '
working to
CLEARWATER John Kennedy a,Jacksonville, Florida boyiandlo about basketball player in collegiate MONTCLAIR, N, J. The great take the floor aggregations in NAIA ever

i who had i 'first! baseball experience and training on the ts. competition is Wilt.. CThe Althea Gibson, who won inter- tion to defeat Southeastern competi-Oklahoma

< the backstreets and playgrounds of Jacksonville, appears to hare the Stilt) Chamberlain who .was national fame as a tennis star, 92-73 and the National-

; inside track on the shortstop position. for the Philadelphia Phillies. named one of the first five of the will soon become a bride according Intercollegiate (NAIA cop ) basketball

Should Kennedy succeed in' Associated Press' annual AllAmerican to a recent announcement. I! championship.The "
making the grade he will be the i basketball team in his When contacted and questionedabout
win marked the first time
first Negro to wear the uniform Hampton Begins sophomore the announcement, Miss
that an all-Negro team has claim-
of the team. The Gibson did
Philadelphia not confirm or deny it,
The 7-foot Kansas ed the championship and the victory -
star who has
front office of the Philadelphia Track Season but reliable sources say she is
not yet reached his was a long-time ambition of
organization has been telling the altar bound. Miss Gibson said her
baseball world they couldn't finda s fourth among the nation's top plans call for a long rest, and the Tennessee team.

capable Negro player, ,but at HAMPTON, Va. The outlook college scorers' and the leader In added that she would compete at Tennessee State had made three
for track and field at rebounds. It was'mainly the play- previous tournament appearances
f present the Jacksonville youth Varsity Wimbledon 'and perhaps win the
ing of Chamberlain' that in the tournament-1953-54 fand
has sfyown Manager Mayo Smith Hampton Institute this season is kept .women's title in 1957.'
Kansas the teams in 56, and got as far as the semi-
; enough to cause him to make a. anything but encouraging, according among ,top The tennis star was in the com- .
finals in 1953 and 1956.
statement that attracted the at-i to Head Coach J. Morgan pany of William Darden, the brother
Johnny B. McClendon, the Ten
tention of the entire baseball I Griffin. of Rosemary Darden, an old
nessee coach, was given ,a great
world. The return of senior lettermen friend of Miss Gibson, when ques-
ovation for his
coaching team to
"I don't know if he can xlo the i Jennis White (Captain), Fletcher: pionship game between the tioned about her future marriage. national
a victory.
job. Manager Smith said. "But if Battle, Allen Lewis, and James Giants and the Chicago Bears last Darden is the. man linked with

the season opened tomorrow he'd! Anderson; junior lettermen Wil- .s: December, reported, to the New- the report as the prospective husband -

be my shortstop." :The 23-year-old 1 bur Haynes and Oliver Wainwright : '\." ark, N. J, induction center and I of Miss Gibson. signed by the International Box-

,rookie is not even on the.Phillies' and 'sophomores .Clyde then,headed for Fort Dix N. J. [ If the wedding takes place as ing Club for a televised 10-round

roster! at present, but what he has Clack and Horace Turner will EARL BATTEY, considered the I reported Miss Gibson will be the bout in Chicago Stadium April 17.

I shown in spring training has convinced bolster the squad btit the loss of ...'.. brightest rookie catcher to reportto !second top tennis star to wed in The fighters originally were

the manager that it is front-line hurdlers sprinters, and the Chicago White Sox in many i recent weeks. The first one was matched in the stadium March

worth taking a chance.: Kennedy middle-distance men will hamperthe .> I years is practically a certainty to ,Shirley Fry.Spider. 13, but Will Greaves was substi-
I was assigned to Schenectady of Pirates who finished third in b Fr- zS stick with the White Sox this tuted against Webb when Sandy

l. the Eastern League alter being the CIAA last year; year. Earl is.hitting at a .350 clip injured' his hand in training.

signed by the Phils, who spotted White rafes with the best in during the exhibition season and Wehh Signs Webb took a unanimous decisionover

,, him playing with the Kansas City the conference, in the quarter- has shown promise as a catcher. Greaves. j

Monarchs.The mile and. the broad jump, and JOE ADCOCK, the slugging
For An Boil
hole at shortstop has April
will lead the team in these events. first baseman of the Milwaukee
Braves believes his team will ,.. r.
for a couple of seasons '
I, worry year indoor man are the sprinters have a better chance to win the CHICAGO Spider Webb of "
Granny Ramner, who used to BattI'e.will' man the high RECEIVES PRE-SEASON FINE Henry (Hank) Thompson, National League pennant this Chicago, fourth ranking middle- Florida StarAdvertisers

hold the spot has back and shoulder jump; Clack and Lewis, the third baseman for the New York Giants drew a fine of $150 for year than they did in 1956. Joe weight contender, and Randy ..

trouble which hampers his I weights; Anderson,' the javelin; failing to appear for the Giants' game with the Cleveland.Indians in said man for man the Braves can ,Sandy of New York No. 10, were

l batting swing. Since he can't hit, Turner, the half-mile; and Wain- San Diego Manager Bill Rigney announced: Thompson's excuse be as tough as any team in the I '

he has turned to pitching. wright, the.distance runs.Fight was not acceptable to me," Rigney said. This, fine will stick. His league. The pitching is the equal *
From now on the baseball'fans freshmen Richard Andrews will not be refunded. Don't Have Go Town Get
M I will ; money of any of the others. You to to to
-In and around Jacksonville Elton Conner, Walter The main Giant squad flew,from.the.training camp.in Phoenixto THE BROOKLYN DODGERS

r be watching the Phillies' lineup Farabee, Ed Henderson, James San Diego. Thompson, Whitey Lockman and Bucky Walters went will play the Cincinnati Redlegs

I to see if the name of John Ken- HIckson. Godfrey' :Matthews, Ray by overnight train via Los Angeles At Los Angeles, Thompson be- Chicago White Sox. St. Louis LOW PRICES

nedy appears.Jacksonville Julius Recreation Guinyard, Ormsby and Bernard Peterson, came separated from the party,and never reached San Diego. Cardinals Pittsburgh Pirates and .
have reported, along with -new- the Milwaukee Braves before
) Department and Supervisor Emmett Oil Your .
comers James Booker Ben Caster wind their exhibition
(Chip) Reed of the Depart- they up
Ben.Dent, James Hill and Mel in Florida. The Braves will
t ment are well acquainted with the games STORE NEEDS
young ball player and both have I Ir be played in Jacksonville Wed-
high 'regards for Kennedy as a The schedule: Triangular meet nesday April 3.From Jacksonville "

ball player. If Kennedy can hit (HI, Virginia' State Howard U.) they will head for home playing Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
at Virginia State March 30; several along the
he will have it made. C..PARH&M JOHNSOH games way
Quadrangular .meet (HI J. C
against the Milwaukee Braves.
Smith, A & T College, Fayetteville SANDY SADDLER the feather go into business believe they FROM RELIABLE SOURCES We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
State) at Hampton Institute, ,weight boxing champion who was have found him. 'Billy Harrell a Jacksonville will have a brand In Your Local PapersMOOD'S

Watch This Clown April 6; Quintangular meet (HI, 'forced to gift up fighting becauseof 28-year-old rookie who has not new edition of the Jax Eagles

Howard U., Maryland State Blue- bis eyes declared from a hospital been given a full chance to show
under the managership of Big Jim
64-79-37 field State, Virginia State) at bed that he would fight the Cleveland management Williams. Jacksonville will be in DIXIE PHARMACY

5-1G-44 Hampton Institute April 13; again and regain the feather everything he can do, has been the same league with Memphis, _'. _.
Penn Relays at Philadelphia,'Pa, weight championship. Saddler hitting the ball at a terrific pace 1302 KINGS ROAD t MYRTU AVENUE
Birmingham Kansas City and
April 26-27; North Carolina Relays fought 160 bouts. won 142, lost in spring drills. General Manager PHONES EL 3-35f7-9t
other teams that make the
s. .. eJ 1 ,at Durham, N. C, May 4; 16 and drew 2. Hank Greenberg said he has been league according to Big Jim up him- w. DtNrer w. Afo Fill AM Doctor FrwcrJptJofl
.' HAROLD JOHNSON one-time offered for Harrell.
2 8I and CIAA,Championships at Baltimore $100,000
self. Jacksonville can get ready PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE
McL light heavyweight contender, has of ,
21 May 1011. HECTOR LOPEZ the Kan-
to witness some big league -
fought only once' in 22, months, sas City Athletics is figuring outa BILLS AT OUR STORE '

but he was good enough to defeat 'way to boost his batting.aver-
21-57-19 the veteran Bob Satterfield doWnin Will see you next week..
4Tm to
LEARN TO DRIVE age. going get me a
85-119-97 the Miami Beach Auditorium. heavier.bat and just let it bounce
Tk. Qnkkcct The [slat in 1955
Johnson was suspended the ball out'there. It may cost mea

SomaHaiu he's .pSoaeHem Wcy Te Leers for a period of six months after few home runs but it should Nothing finer in American taste.:

he's den AJAXDRIVING his two-round knockout loss to boost my batting average above

He mUs, nbtracttH Julio Mederos. That fight became .300," Lopez said.MANAGER'WALT.
t works fe ell druid SCHOOL known as the famous "orangecase.
CALL EL ."A form of poison foundin
was in
the Brooklyn Dodgers has already Americans show good taste
FOR APRIL 6th Johnson's blood and he tolda
George Perpena Pennsylvania Commission that made a sizable cut in the.Dodger the way they spend their .. ''S

88--58-t7 1134 W. 5th Street just before he fought..Mederos he roster. He recently sent seven leisure time..:'good taste in the .
players to the Dodger farm clubs. surroundings they relax in,
( sucked given J hinvby
an orange
Montreal St. Paul, Los Angelesand .
the whiskey they enjoy. Se
stranger. He is now on the comeback '
Fort 'Worth were the teamsto
trail.FRANK. That's clear-headed ;
For profit by the cut.
GILLIAM Iowa's Americans call for Calvert taste.
ELSTON HOWARD of the New ,
Delivery great defensive end has signed a
i York Yankees is still on'the ailinglist. '4
__ [ 1957 contract with the Green.Bay Howard suffered a pulled .
i' 1 VICTORY F ELSERVICE packers of the National Football
muscle high in the back of his
I League. The announcement was .

: _..;.,, made by head coach Lisle Black- left thigh a week ago..He has not v f .

bourn. Gilliam, 6-2, 190 poundswas appeared in a spring game. Man- r _.,..; -. -- -- P'i j-tr:" ;,
said he is
ager Casey .
I ; EL31511r the Packers' seventh choice .
( .
but it will .
coming along nicely
_..' :: '
in the.NFL draft.
take few before he .. ...., --', .
CHARLIE HARMON,'who was a days, more ". -- .
throw.SUGAR T1\J "
traded to the Si. Louis Cardinalslast can either run.or 1.".' ,y--: .. ,. S'..
I year by the Cincinnati Red- RAY ROBINSON has J .
returned the for the first J / V ,. ..4 ,
1m STRAND legs is making a heavy bid for the to ring J i \ A ;

centerfield spot:In the Card's outfield. time since-Jan..2 to begin train ft .
Rumen is a Jack-of-aU- ing for a return bout with Gene ={' t : ', .
+ Starts Sntfay, March Slit 1. Robinson tw .. > ,,"
trades. He can play any positionin Fullmer at.Chicago May '.. .'
t 7 Big DaysDRAHGCr -
e the infield or .outfield. Manager who lost his middleweight V' -.r -',' .;

t Plea...."&LCH+BC BAIT" Freddie Hutchinson, of the crown to 'Fullmer boxed a few '' :i i

t Cardinals said he has not seen rounds with. his sparring mates -' !II. .." ..

i7 COMING TO STRAND Harmon ,do a bad Job la any and did a few rounds of floor .M:$.,.
work and bag punching to open : 1 1vI
nINa Saturday Midair, April 6Hi position. ; f, ,
sad Saa Set. April 7-13 MONTE IRVIN, the one-time his camp. Ha weighed 170V4 after

\ "INCREDIBLE star of the New York Giants and his workout he must male 160.
1 i PI.s--"ODONGO"| later with the Chicago Cubs is WALTER BROWN, owner of .. .. R4awm.v
t PAY ONLY REGULAR PRICES back in the minors with Los the Boston Celtics of,the National

f Angeles of the Pacific Coast Lea- Basketball Association_names Bill

F ROOSEVELT: SEYYIEW gue. Many of the .baseball experts Russell former two-time AD- ,

still believe Irvin Is good enoughto American,and Olympic team star,
b M.r. 31 -Apr 2. Sea. Tie*.- Mar. 31.-Apr. 2 ,
i SM. TOM."YlftCINIAN-- lay DeadM Joe Tome be in big league baseball. His the greatest _drawing card in the

'84 .1st' Ras "SHAKE, RATTLE ROCK" greatest thrill 'says Monte was history.of the NBA.ROOSEVELT .
lttb'HIGH WML -'.. when he stole.home in the World GRIER 275pound'tackle 1

"I fc CARTOON_ "RUNAWAY DAUGHTERS" Series against the Yankees' Allie pf the"world champions .

i W4. & Th.... April 34Joa .' WHo & Tfcws. April 34- Reynolds., NeWYork Giants and the National -
t Crawford '. Rock Hacben -.Jaw .W,... THE CLEVELAND INDIANS League's top young lineman: in I }j

"MRMtfD PliRCE- "ALL HCAVEN, ALLOWS". desperately-in need of .a third 1956, has ,been.'inducted into the Clear heads call for CalvetttateuvsrrDtimuR
.- !. '
Jane Wn .
a Afnroy bas-?- to the veteran ; Crier, who
"JOHNNY HLINBA", uJIII'RA ,. '. : replace' United State* Army ". I Ir
4 Al Retea, who retired recently to was a standout in the NFL cfeam- '. : : $ COMPANY;N.1'.C. AMRICkN,BlENDW WifKEV:.'e6 PROOF o 65CRMN;N Ui1041.. SPIRITS .

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Oh but tr. had an 9x tiag i .,{ :, .
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:week last, week. Some of enrr-I'' 4'1i-' "' "<'.,;...,:""\::" ; ."",. ,. .
gtiag 'happanad. FInL. i:::- :-t1. ':,..-, ,, :.Jt : '"
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into a fellow yelling about a woman '= a

had "a' monkey ,OB. her .tt7 .. .:: \: j '
back."" In b Ungo of the "dap

daddies" that refers to a dame .,":, .. '
who is hitting the stuff or for you ; .

unhip folk one who ,is ,using ii'
'dope. We rushed around to the +ya. -%:tf"a:< ti.'f i C \ \ \

"'600" and expected to sea a doll : : 4" t:y :Y d.c1:. ,." \; "i ;t\.,r ,
hxi iSK'a P {
full of +
away' up on Cloud 57" ,
charge. Instead we meet blond :

and curradous song .stylist Etta I .
James with her pet monkey ,Leo: t t ; .

riding on her back. I :
The other night we attended a!

axfair where j. ,.
real seditty everybody } ; <
had "down home manners"and :
: : '
just made you feel good and

welcome all inside. Twas the <, ..
wedding. anniversary of Hattie

and Al DeVeaux and Della ". ....,:
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Reese's birthday party. Johnny __ I .. '.
of the Richmond Tea ... ,. ......,... .. :'
Howard '
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'em .J5!! :: .. ".;: ..:.. <.-..,:.:.\ :f ; \} : : :< :;i. : : < .
Room put the dog on and did :.. : : '.. '., :'. m : *' ;. : :: J" ', .. ,

up. Among the folk helping the James L. Jones business manager of the Wilson Building'and Supply Company The executive officers of The Wilson Building and Supply Company are seen

quartet celebrate, we included -.. is HeD taking a quick view of the ultra modern building. which will be the checking detailed plans in preparation for their forthcoming Open House and Grand
Della's hubby Earl, were Randolph new home for this rapidly growing firm. Opening Program April 3 from 4108 P. M. in their new plant which it located at
Henderson, Hattie's dad The building shown above is located at 2424 North Myrtle,Avenue and will .2424 North Myrtle Avenue.
and her sisters, Estelle, Annie be the scene of a mammoth "Grand Opening" and Open House affair Saturday Standing behind the main information and reception counter in the new
Laurie and Henrietta..Edyth Tay- April 6 from 4 to 6 P. M. .: modem building which is valued at an estimated $50.000 is Mr. R. L. Wilson Owner;
lor was just a-sapping picturesall The company will sponsor and present a well-timed and up.i -date "Grand Miss Minnie M. Mitchell Secretary, and Mr. J. L. Jones, Business Manager.This .
around the place. In fact she .. Opening" program portions of which will be broadcast over Radio Station WRHC. ,r rapidly: expanding business firm has as its motio. The Home of Quality
caught yours truly and Dr. Toney; Furnishing music for the occasion will be the Stanto-Musl-Cho the ,;' Supplies and Workmanship" specialize: in New Homes and General Repairs; and

in the act of committing mayhemon direction of Mrs. Annette A.. Espy. County and city o'fBdals.and many citizens :" .' will have available in stock all of the many items and supplies connected with the
steaks. Margie McTier, Bob have been invited to the open house program and to participate in. the many ,;', home building, and repairing industry also the many hardware and household
Winters, Al Hobbley of Pensacola, activities scheduled to take place at the affair. appliances that are needed to equip the modern home in every way.
,Mildred Adams and Willie Fenn Free gifts and many tasty refreshments will be available to the hundreds of The management of the company has extended an open invitation to the
were among the :well wishers. For .. friends customers, and well, wishers of "WILSON BUILDING AND SUPPLY entire Jacksonville community to visit the firm on open house day and continue to
a natal gift Earl gave Della what COMPANY." "The Home of Quality Workmanship. and Supplies.." take advantage of. the merchandise and services available at the best possible terms.Choir .-
every married man,is looking fora I
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money tree. Yep, a neat little, '
tree bearing: fruit consisting ,of I Ebenezer Ushers Slate :"Big Broadcast" Set Riles Slated For To Present
bills of all denominations.
Herman ant;1/orice Howard are I Afternoon 'Tea Sunday At Stanton WednesdayThe Alice FREE COOKING

opening their 'Triple H Motel"Sunday Rev, W.Miller'Services Burroughs 5 Months
afternoon. They are hav- be
A Silver Tea will sponsoredby _
ing a grand opening and ,open Usher Board 1 of Ebenezer first annual lG BROAD- Mrs. Alice Burroughs, well BIG TRADES FOR OLD STOVEFLORENCE
house for folk to come out and Methodist Church Sunday, March CAST' variety show will be pre at Laura Street Presbyterian known gospel singer will be presented -

look around. A real big time is 31, from; 4 to 6 p.,IXL, in the homeof sented 4n the auditorium of New Church Sunday, March in a musical recital Sunday GAS RANGES
Stanton Senior High School April 31, will.begin with Sunday Schoolat
scheduled. Members of the Y- Mrs. Esther McGill, 1459 W. April 14, at 7 p. m. in the
For J.ullaD "Bubber" James 23rd Street. 3, beginning at 8 p. m. under the 9:30 a. m., followed by worship I auditorium of Mt. Sinai Baptist ..
sponsorship of the Dad's Club. service at 11 o'clock.
Burwell and
popular employee
I Church at 8th and Lee Streets.
member of the Rovers Club it's' According to the program committee Sunday evening, at 7 o'clock, WESBARAPPLIANCE
a boy. He passed out cigars' Joyce. Bryant To Sing chairman, L. L Stukes the Rev. Wilbert B. Miller will"be The program by Choir'is an of annual Mt. SinaL presentation -

Thursday. Another Rover, Roy great deal of local talent will be installed as'pastor of the church.
Mrs. Burroughs has in most
Lucas, is also in the "stork club. At ArmorySunday featured on the program to keep Installation rites will be performed sung :IH CO.
of the churches in the city and in
Bubber his madam and baby are the audience well entertained by Dr.: Jesse B.' Barber, secretary -
of and
parts Georgia throughout '
all fine. the show time. of departmental work in the .
doing during entire
famous for -
Joyce Bryant, .
Florida. Mrs. Burroughs has been
Henry Jennings is the new her night club singing, will be Some of the talent to be seen Atlantic and Blue Ridge Synodsand highly acclaimed as one of the : Authorized G. E. Dealer

Schaefer Beer driversalesman.We heard at the Duval County Armory on this forthcoming dad's club associate secretary of the Di- best singers in the business. Sup- '
wish him much luck.,As you Sunday evening, March 31,. presentation will include The vision of Evangelism of the Pres- porting her will be choir 2, and .: 6822 Main Street at 59th : .
know Schaefer was the first com- beginning at 8 o'clock. Miss Bry-'I 1 Bongo,Dancers" from the Walker byterian Church. Dr. Barber'soffice the male chorus of Mt. Sinai Bap- .t'
pany to employ Negro 'driver- anlt will'render sacred selections.: Vocational and Business College. is' located. in New York tist Church, with Mrs. Catherine Phone EL3504

salesmen. Proceeds from the recital will This group is made up of Joe City.Dr. '. Smith at the organ and :Mrs. Victoria -
Folk Are saying that the Club benefit the Happy Haven Home i Grato, Ella Middleton, Janie Dib- C.V.. Talley of Cheraw, Ferrell at the piano. WE GIVE S and H GREEN STAMPS
Monterey must be headquartersfor for The Aged. Mrs. Willie Brooks ble; Ann Neallous, and Hazel South Carolwina, field represent- Beautifully gowned hostesses
the local chapter of "Mathematicians is director of the home and Mrs I HulL "The Tailors" from the ative secretary of the Atlantic wil be present to help make the Call Us ,for Full Information -

Incorporated" because Aldonia Joyner is chairman of the! Stanton Adult Vocational will be Synod will be present also and evening enjoyable.Mrs. .

there are so many angles and financial drive.. i seen and heard singing some of will assist in the ceremony. M. K. Gibson serves as .
triangles around the place.A sage Tickets are on sale at the Holly the favorite quartet numbers and The Bev. Mr..H. W. Shaw, Sun- president of the choir and James f''" '" :... "

predicted as Confucius once said wood Music Store 600 W. Ashley i from Edward Waters College will day School Missionary for Knox Jackson is president of the Male

and figger this one out. "Too Street, and at Milton Hood's: come James Fayson,popular male Presbyteryand pastor of churchesin Chorus. The pastor, the Rev. H. Bob Hudson

many triangles" can make heap guest house, 836 W. Church 1 I vocalist. Palatka and St. Augustine, H. Robinson, and the entire, offi-

big explosion.. Street Other groups to be seen and Florida will- also take part in the. cial staff of the church join Choir

heard on the "Big Broadcast" will service.r: 2 in sending out invitations to the AND

ncV Mm F. lilt- School Bear be "The Tricky Chorus" from the Rev._ Miller is accompanied in public. .
Gretel and Gertie Dancing School; Jacksonvilleb y his family, consisting
Furnished Married
Modem Room.
The Dance Team from MatthewW. of his wife, one daughterand Sugar
couple or single man desired. (Continued from 'Page 1) FORMAL OPENING SET Sugar Sugar
Gilbert High School, directedby two sons. He, is a graduateof ,. ,
Phone EL 4.0718.HOUSEKEEPER State Schoo ISupt Thomas D.
Mrs. Helen Robinson; The ,Morehouse College and Gammon -
Bailey said there were no bans FOR CLUB EL DORADO
Creative Dance Team iron the Theological Seminary, both
against extra curricular activities CONING YOUR WAY
W.... Boylan Haven School; The Stunt located in Atlanta, Georgia. He is
such in the proposed standards
as arid Tumbling Team from Doug- a native of Miami,Florida. Priorto Moncrief Enterprises, Inc. an-
and nurse for but that the standards were las Anderson Junior High School; his Jacksonville call, he was ounce the scheduled opening of -
children. To lire in over week so set up that schools would'' be and the "Teams Combo" made up pastor' of Presbyterian churchesin Club El Dorado April 2627.W. 7:00 to 9:00 A.M.

end. Call after 5 p. m. or on unable to go much beyond the by members of the New Stanton Palatka and Sth. Augustine, Bernard Langley, public
week-ends. Phone EV 7-S633. required basic'program.' Senior High School'band. Flprida.Music.. relations director for the group 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.

the stated that the club will be ope- f
will be furnished by .
rated on a private basis and will OVER
Westminster and Senior choirs of
"',::t'I : cater to a very select clientele. ,
Si. Maiikew Ckoir the church .
Applications for membership will
have made public announcements
Officers ,
Y be halted immediately after the .
-I .and sent out lettersto WOBS'JACKSONVILLE'S
.", .! ,t dE i : Slates Aiiial Tea members and friends inviting April accepted 27 opening later will,and be applications screened by

-. 1 them to attend the ceremony.Sun
t. day evening. The church is locat- three different committees and ONLY ALL NEGRO

- '. ,. hoir 2 of St Matthew AME ed on the corner of Laura and admittance will be made on a dif-. PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
- ferent financial plan.
:i Church wit sponsor its annual tea W.r State streets., 4;
'. : '- '.. ., MADAME LAURATells Sunday at 4 p. m. in the home of The club has for its, immediate
t'., : '9oJt, Pmt and Future Mrs. C. M. Gibson, 1976 Yulee future plans such additional at- "
FAi LUCKY CHARM WITH EACH READING Street. PATRONIZE, tractions. weekly floor shows, 131 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL
LOCATION: 1118 W. 43Hi STREET, OFF MONCRIEF ROAD famous bands, and inside and out
The speaker for the occasionwill' Star
This Ad E titles You Te a Readiag At Malt Price Florida side recreational facilities during
be Clarence Bostic, who will
Advertisers daylight hours.
be introduced,by Mrs. B. Griffin.

Mrs. Venetta Clayton will serveas .
THE SEAFOOD CEIITEB mistress.of ceremonies and she A J rorSou/mTW* .w yj T aNerAi r-
: will be introduced by Miss Dorothy O OR-OR TODT t .
Corner Myrtle Ave. and Shad' Roe Hooks. A{ S JWgK r /
Dttrtaf Strut Re-poIP-Pleatr of Fro Parkg! in Rear Appearing on the program will .

THIS WEEK'S BEST BUY! be the Rev. N.McCray;Miss Rose Al.i. BUT'fFIEY A'
Bamacfo ImF.II 2V4 Fouad Packoa Mary' Prichard, Charles Kemp; { cp IJpGGINCrAT A GIJY TO / J r

F I STICKS.: ............:?.........u..........,, pkq. 75c George and Jessie Champion; -
Mrs. Edna Lewis T. A. Williams 1
YELLOWTAIL SNAPPER ....?,......... :;_:;;.......'... fib. 4c. Miss Elsie V. Thomas; and Mrs.; '

MEDIUM SHRIMP ................:....:........:....:........Ib. 73c Rosa Williams. IIUJcCL.DQfFERMQIIH

'STANDARD OYSTERS .....m*..........:._...u........ pt >79c The trustees will sponsor a (/'c .J
SHET.T. OYSTERS ....................:;.:......,.:,;;:..;'bkel $4.50 baby contest April 28. The babies f k .
KING MACKEREL STEAK /:.*n....;;.;...:.....:._........ Ib 43c entered" as contestants are: Phyllis .;- ''-5'.. c i!

SNAPPER STEAK .......,........J.;: .. :. 4..;.:......... ii,. Sic Ann Dailey, sponsored by Mrs.

ROE 'MULLET .. ...................... ..... A.. >:. :.........IB. 2ic Ruby Watkins Young,sponsored;' Victor by Mrs.Kambler Rosa ,

Mme! MULLET ......._... ...h.-.._?..?>.... ..,.....,H>. 20c- ( Williams,, and Lyle Benjamin,

SPECKLED TROUT_ _.................._._".i............... & 4Sc; sponsored my-,Miss Ruth Haines., -'N ,E MY HAT KMY QUTE frApa M IA BE I DO q
Fresh Water WHITE PERCH ........: ...... ........Ib. 39c An entertainment will be sponsored .. MY tW SNRYtAV K lD .6UT FuURCtJfd
Freeh Water YELLOW PIKE ....................::.Ib.. SIc ,Saturday at 1976 YuleeStreet 4

Free Water WHITEF1SH ....::,.,....w................Ib. SIc begiaaisg at 5:30 p. m.
CROAKERS ....,.... ..:,.,:..:_;... .. ....... ........'Ib. 5c

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