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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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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:
April 5, 1958
Publication Date:


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Girl 5 Eyesight Negro c...:e-s are harderhit
as a rrralt: of a total

black-out on city transportation -
caused by a strike of bus
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will last 30
'-4fw .. out days or longer -
I as officials from both sides
I failed to reach a settlement.
Funeral services were scheduled for Saturday afternoonfor By Eric O. Simpson Clarence Allen, president

22-year-old Dorothy Johnson who was killed last Sun- Easier_Funnies and Easter eggs came early four days qf the Cab Drivers union,
day morning in a tragic auto accident near the Moncrief a":o for !little Janyce Hughes daughter of Rev.and Mrs.
Drive-In Theatre which injured seven other persons.The A. J. Hughes of 740 Bridier Street ...-... .Not because she said that it is hard to tell
bodv has been in charge of- kid but because she is her when to look for a settle-
---- --" --- --- --- ---- -o- -- is a privileged losing eyesightand
Dallas Graham Funeral Home death car. suffered only minor-in- it was feared that by Easter she won't be able to see ment. He stated, "We have

and services were set for 3 p.m. juries! her pretty Easter dress the Easter Bunnies or Join the made as many concessions to
Saturday at Mt. Ararat Baptist Patrolmen N. A. Almond and
other kids in the egg hunt. management as is humanly
Church. J E. Miller said Griffin was Although the prospect of going through life in darkness possible in an effort to reach

The young woman was killed traveling at .e'o high rate of speed faces 5-year-old Janyce there is some 'hope of giving her a settlement."

when the car in which she and and lost control of the car when back her sight. ."*. Through efforts of the Negro

seven others were riding rolled he reached a tcrn-up section of Doctors at 1\n.-Sinia Hospital, after a; series of examinations Chamber of Commerce and the
over several times and knocked Moncrief Read where sewer pipes say that Janyce could be given back.her: eyesight by FLORIDA STAR union officialsand
down four trees and : are being laid. -- (a 'rew co-neaJ'L 3il&the: '-Afflictedchild's NeW-Deal -
a telephone! ________________ _________ _________m,_______ !. transplanting a new eye Lincoln and Cab
pole in the .4700 block of Mon orbs. \* Company offfclali'were: brought
_ crief ftoadr Miss Johnson was It was learned that Dr. Norman Jaffee.. noted eye specialist together test Sunday night for
rushed to the hospital shortly with the aid of one of the lop eye surgeons who will JANYCE HUGHES negotiations. A twelve-hour session -

after the accident but waS deadon be flown from New York will perform the operation. 5-year-old Eastside girl who is losing her _sight and from 3 p.m. Sunday after-
arrival at Duval Medical Gen- 4Zp There is only one thing delaying the effort to bring noon to 3 a.m. Monday momiig
needs S3.500 for the operation to transplant a new eye.
ter. sight back to the little Jacksonville girl. A matter of some with Isadore Singleton Negro

The driver o} the car. Edward $3,500 needed for hospital expenses, medical supplies and I Chamber of Commerce president

Griffin, is charged with manslaughter other costs the operation will involve. I and Joshua Williams, FLORIDA
reckless operation of k Rev. A. J. Hughes, who is pastor of St. John's Baptist j, I ROAD PATROLMANTEST I I STAR associate editor acting as

a car and operating a motor ve- Church on the Eastside and lives on a modest salary, ad- I II TO BE HELD mediators ended in a deadloc':.
hicle without a state driver's mitted that his financial resources are completely exhausted I I Meantime at least three applications
license. But he still has faith and hope that by the good ENTERED TWICE IN LES I for permits are pending

Listed as in serious conditionIn ness of God a way will be made. to save his daughter from TITAN A WEEK APART : before the City Council and it
total blindness. I Examinations to establish an is expected that the matter of at
Duval Medical Center are Bar-
barn Jean Griffin of 1339 :Madison This week a Janyce Hughes Eye Fund was announced I The John E. Ford Elementary I eligibility list. for County Road least one application for a cab

Street; Lula :Mae Johnson, > for the purpose of securing contributions to help defray School No. 154. 1057 W. First Patrolmen will be held at 9 service permit will be taken up
the cost of the operation and citizens everywhere I I Street was broken into twice in II I at the next meetng of the City
726 Court J; Isaiah Johnson 2541 are ajn. next Friday by the County
Mcncrief Road: Delores Holmes to open their hearts-and their pocket.bocks-and contribute -J less than a week, when theives Civil er\lce Council. y

of 1334 Barnett St.; and Ruby to the fund.Contributions. entered the cafeteria Friday.:J Board.I A significant aspect of the cab"

Mae Jackson of 915 West Third I may be sent to: March 28, ransacked it and broke j Candidates must! be at least strike is that the City Council is:

Street; and John Smith of 1427 Janyce Hughes Eye Fund open the Coca-Cola machine. I 5 feet 101/2 Inches weigh 163 coming in for severe criticism

Louisiana Street. I DORCT"Y JOHNSON 740 Bridier Street. Jacksonville Florida The school custodian told police I pounds, be high school graduates from Negro citizens who feel

Edward Griffin, driver of the I r killed n ,auto wreck Anyone desiring to contribute to the fund may also call 7:45 he locked and the when school he securelyat returned and between the ages of that the Council is stalling about
ELgin 3-6038 and a Volunteer Worker will come. to the p.m. granting a Negro the right to operate -
contributor's home to pick up the contribution.Jaxons at 6 a.m. Monday, March 31, 25 and 85.Sheriff cab service despite! the fact

TWO MEN JAILED FOR ATTACKING<< may leave contributions af the FLORIDA STAR he entered detected but was the school unable had to determine been. Dale Carson's office that present permit holders have
office, 2323 Moncrief Road, Corner 13th Street. I said there Is but one positionon failed to provide service for more
-3 Contributions received to date are as follows: the place of entry. the patrol but there than 60 days.ELMIRA .
MAN AND SHOOTING OFFICERS Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance_' --.--__$50.00 Edward Patrolmen Hickson Johnny investigated.J. Doe and is no eligibility list.'
Bapist Ministers Brotherhood _..
-._, ___- 2500 T. JOHNSON
Laura Street w" The school was entered for the Applications for the exami-
Church ___. 21.32
St. Paul Baptist Church_ second time in succession Tues- nation must be filed with the SERIOUSLY BURNED
__ ___ _
Two 10.00
men are being in Duval County jail followingan u h day Aprl 1. Joseph Byrd stated
attack on a man who was seated in his car talking' with the prowler appearently entered civil service office by 5 p.m. 74y

a woman companion. They are also accused of firing a shot the building through the bathroom Tuesday.
at two homicide detectives while they were on a missionof BOY ATTACKED COURT DENIES J I window and unlocking the I
I .
duty last Saturday night. March 29. i cafeteria door. He then gained '
Jasper Williams 26, of 1521 W.I i entry to the kitchen by "jimmy f fI t Park School 1661 Pearce Street. *i' : .o ".r
Third St was arrested by Sgts. revolver BY WHITES DEATH APPEAL!! : ;;4
derringer Remington over I ing" the lock on the inside of the The incident occurred sometime fbetween f
X>. A. Johnson and J. M. Parker to Sgt. Parker. ,
kitchen door. Chickens, ice cream
I the close of school Friday ,
shortly after their cruiser was Flournoy said he could identify and lunch meat were reported
fired at Church Street and -- IN RAPECASE and Monday morning whenit mow't'
upon them and offered to take police:: missing. t tI'
the Expressway ramp. where he thought Jasper Williams Name calling between white : was discovered. [

Samuel Brown,30 of 532 Cleve- lived. He was leading offi- youths and a Negro boy brought THIEVES BREAK IN t
I' Officers believe that entry was r
land Street, the second suspect cers to Williams house when they injury to the Negro youth when 1ORLEANS- -The tr S. DARNELLCOOKMANThe t tI I _.
was arrested about 12:15 at the beard the report of a gun. the white boys came back and Fifth Circ-Ji* Court of Apreals gained through a classroom win. :'; ;
current wave of school robberies t'
Duval Medical Center when became hit him on the right side of his dow. The lock on a storage box
Wednesday rejected the appeal of
Another motorist James campbell continued Thursday April
in for treatment for head
a head causing lacerations broken and about $12.50 inassorted
of was i
wound. 3688 Rockwood Drive drove Jimmy Lee Th.omas. who was 1 when sneak thieves entered the
right! ear, police records indicate.It I
The two men had previously up and told the detectives he had i sentenced to electrocution for the Darnell-Caokman School at 1701 candies cookies sodas
was. reported that Herman
attacked Lester 21. of seen a man fire a shot at them of Florida Davis Street and raided the cafeteria and ice cream in missing.
Flournoy Brown 15, 1219 E. First Street rape a 'White woman. I
1451 W. Beaver Street who sat ina from a park area. The officers Chickens bacon and lunch Patrolmen William H. Harris
and Martolle Pickett of a Franklin Thomas was convicted in 1955 II I
turned around and caught Williams meat are reported missing from
off Beaver Street Sat-
car just Street,address and Johnny J. Doe investigated.
went to returna sonvffle Fla
; cemetery. He lost the
as he came from the park. deep freezer
urday nightFlournoy borrowed basketball and on the appeals to the..Florida State and Police reported the mode of en-

told police he was sitting way back home,some white, boys U.S. Supreme courts.: try was similar,to that ,employed .DOMESTIC ARGUMENT I Elmlra Teresa Johnson, who
in a car talking with .De- came along and called Brown ENDS IN CUTTING
a barns
lores Blair when two men came MATTHEW W. GILBERTPRESENTS name which he The appeals were based on the In other school robbings. A winy; _sustained: over CO per: cent
resented. He
up to him and started beating EASTER. FASHIONS turn called them a name.The ._ In contention that Florida's judicial dow was broken In a .classroom Willie Abrams... 24., 1117 Jefferson -'of her body about 2:00_ p4tt.; Mar.
him tUng.the thieves unlocked Street ,told .investigating of- ::JJ 'after:Ughttng aa; oil .stove' ather'Grandfather's
on the head with a pistol He ,:s .\ white boys allegedly system.discriminates against Negroes : ;
the'windoWafter"th. .glass: waabroken. wife lorene residence en E.
said he got out of his ,car .and -- back lit'a. :: car. One ,of them got ficers M and his
tusseled across the East side of "Easter Fashions on: Parade"will I of the car and, hit-- Herman '10, Abrams were engaged in, an argument I Third Street, win rushed to the
lout Thomas' lawyer Ernest: Patrolmen C. Barton and G. L. .
D. and he to hospital
Tyler ai attempted
Street where he twisted I be presented on April H. at on the head causing the -
the pistol out of the mans band 8:00' p. m. in the Matthew W. He was treated at Duval injury.Medical Jackson, had produced statistics Bradley investigated.COLLEGE go out the !front door his wife She,.Is a 5th grade student eJBlcnard
.The pistol discharged striking: Gilbert auditorium by the P.T.A. Center to the; effect that .24 Negroes cut M" on his left arm. Ii L.,Brown School and a
by Dr. .Carrera and had 'been executed for-rape-during PARR SCHOOLENTDLCD treated : St. Plus Catholic
frtoumoy. he then struck: the maD There win be two models from released Abrams wit at'the Du parishioner' _
CD the head and When police each class trying for first,econd approximately'..30 years. No W THIEVES val county Kedleal Center. He 0R eII. Teraa Is In need of
ran Sgts. G. H.
Huribert- :
armed. lournoy turned-. :.41 and thlrd'plaee boca Parker and J* 3L. whit, pronhas been executed Police -were caBod 'to invest- refused. to pTessjcharjes._aganst, I.blood sod Wovewbo-wlaLtLda
; ,. Investigated.. ,_ .during'feat ttw. j* _s ": .... EL &011J.s .
,,-. -ra-..- -" M I ; : -:. '- gate a brssk-In at Uu CcQen> de. Mood plrase can




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FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. April 5. 19
Page Two -

I -THE FLORIDA. STARPublished .. Yt '. "Politics. As. .. Usual"By ,

I :- "NEWS Eric Simpson .


by The Florida Star Publishing Co. : \ ..'. 1 S TO EXAMINE CITY PLANS

MAIN OFFICE a PLANT: Local units of the National Association for the

ZS23 Moncrlef Road ...............- EL 4.6782 EL 44T78S Advancement of Colored People are urged to meet with the
JI>Tanning commission in their respective communities with
EL 4-S11S
42S Broad
Downtown Branch Office:
i view to developing programs of action to eliminate resienual -
c; _____.. _. .
AddreM o d segrt'gCiUVU.:'
;.?: Mailing :;, In one of_ a series of leaflets relative to titra-comnnmity ex.
: Jacksonville I Florida f
P. O. Box Ml, ,
the AuoI the leaflet "By
l prepared by I pansioo, warns
Eric: O. Simpson ......................................Editor ciation's housing depart- this we mean studying the existing

O.: Parham.Johnsop'.........,.t1".,*...........-... .News Stuff ment and circulated among Negro art'U.on. the map to

Altamae Richardson: ...................... ..Circulation Dept.: NAACP branches. MadisonS. find out what the new plans call
i Jones. special assistantof for concerning density not onlyIn

Member of Associated Negro Press housing calls for consultation the existing areas but also
between branch which might
SUBSCRIPTION BATES ki surrounding areas
officers and planning commissioners conceivably be brought into thesection. ;
One Tear $&00; Half Tear, $3.00; Three Months. $1.80 "
'. t 0 discuses .
"": : Mailed To Too Anywhere In. The United States. ; :: ;i '. ; I Ir various phases of -the, city's City and community' planning

BobftfTtptions Payable In Advance. Send ttoeck or Money Order To: master plan."Intelligent Mr.: Jones points out, "is a complex
FLORIDA' STAR-P.. O. BOX 'JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA planning," the leaflet problem But study of the

asserts, "Is the key to a sue- subject will afford an opportunityto

.' ,. ii"i urban re- bring to light and publicizethe

THE WEEK newal and development evils of racial segregation."

.f ;,- ED1T9II4.QF! : I pro. The areas to which Negroes are
I I' -
.. .. J. I ;ram. The NA confined, he indicates, often lack
# -. I -I ACP units a r eurged code enforcement, proper health
(The following editorial appeared in The New York Post particularly .
and welfare safegards,'and as a
on March 26, 1958.) .. _
/ to scrutinize
x result, deteriorates rapidly
ra I the master
Another: recently published
THE VICTIMS AND THE AUDIENCE I II plan, with reference housing! leaflet calls 'for activity ;

,; to such to secure enactment of local .

.' factors as population .and state fair 'housing practices
Whatever the federalized Arkansas troops are doing in trends legislation. In sponsorshipof

Little Rock's Cenfral High School, they are not keeping intra communioy such legislation, the branchesare
order. Violence' against Negro students '
is As .
increasing. expansion, zoning ; urged to seek the cooperation -
far as the Army is concerned, however, this is a problem ..... ;
for the school authorities, and their record speaks for ".s ..... :0' --! :)Ir community I I "of many other group suchas "
fraternal -
facilities such as schools and hospitals labor union, churches

itself.Within THE BREEDER'OF M.. MISUNDERSTANDING apd annexation of county I organizations, Greek l tt rand
80 school days from October to February, according property."Be : J societies, citizens housing

to a documented letter of complaint from the NAACPs careful to make Inquiry" groups.

Roy Wilkins to the Army, there were 42 anti-Negro .
incidents of varied violence and provocation. A National .

Guard spokesman, asked why no action was taken, replied -- -
that the guardsmen were "only there to observe."

The answer was too patently fatuous for the Army.

In reply to Wilkins, John W. Martyn, administrative assis- Horoscope Guide

tant to Secretary Brucker, asserted piously that the troops 9 S

were "prepared to intervene as necessary" but not to "usurp WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOP G
or interfere with the responsibilities of school authorities." s

Clearly both the Army and the school authorities are BUSINESS -- LOVE TRAVEL

running for cover. What the few white hoodlums are doing '- a I

could be swiftly stopped by firm disciplinary measures. By PABLO The ASTROLOGER : # 5L-' _

Instead the picture that emerges is of a band of courageous .

Negro children fighting a lone battle while the communitywaits
for them to surrender. Will the soldiers "intervene"in ARIES half of the month. You are now i feel a sense of freedom where

the Washington sense only when the fight becomes a Born March 21st Thru April 20th able to visualize the future better your time is concerned. Take advantage

lynching bee? YOU are justified in taking the and to plan matters concerned of this to pursue crea-

The role played by the U. S. Army in the Battle of initative where your personal interests with those at a distance. If tive objectives and to strengthen

.Little Rock shames the nation. ,For gallantry in action, the are concerned during this you are thinking of travel, this ties! with loved ones."Try to avoid

Negro kids take all the medals.DON'T portion of the year, when the Sunis I period of the year is excellentfor strain in family matters when
transiting your birth sign un. making arrangements or for .
til the 20th. The first fifteen daysof I contacting.those with whom you Venus is afflicted to Saturn and .iV

the month can be used con- will be dealing on your journey. Jupiter on the 30th.
GAMBLE YOUR LIFE structively by putting the accent 1 j-1 06 -=S-&l-M l :
4-90--55-S9-55 49S
upon old connections, especially _
those at a distance by dealing I VIRGO I
INFECTION with elders, and by finding a new Born Aug. 24th Thru Sept. 23rd CAPRICORNBorn

.. and patient approach for extending i APRIL'S transit brings :you aj I
----- your education and understanding strong tendency towards some degree : Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 20th 1 ,,

The chances are that somewhere in your community of life.25OUIS422z.1.. of secrecy in handling your' THESE configurations 'will probably i

next summer an ambulance will come clanging down the ; !I personal affairs particularly] bring some change or turning I

street and take a neighbor to the hospital, the victim of those connected with money ties point during coming weeks. I 1400 WRHC 1400
crippling polio. "Polio?" TAURUS with others. You now have a I
you may exclaim. "Why I thought I You should consider April a time I
polio was conquered!" Born Api'l 20th Thru Slay 20th good chance to reorganize your I -FEATURES-
Your THERE 'will be some strong !i life and interests along lines that i| to stabilize domestic matters and .
neighbor probably thought so, too. He had seen I increase where family KEN KNIGHT
calls upon you to comfort, attend prove more profitable and satisfying your security
polio drop from 28,900 cases in 1955 to 5,894 cases in 1957. ,
He noted and assist others. Be wary i in the future. Don't be ] home, or property affairsare
absence of widespread I PRESENTING-
epidemics. He couldsee
cf becoming too deeply involved''' concerned if you find yourselfout at stake. It is a good time I
no immediate need to get vaccinated. He felt safe. Yet KNIGHT TRAIN
in any of their problems, especially -I of touch with others during to sow the seeds for future com
he may pay for this false sense of security with a lifetimeof 8.9 P. I. 12.1 NIGHTLY
those of a marital nature, this interval. It is a season of fort and other benefits. Such
crippling CHARIOT
particularly around.the 16th,17th the year when you will benefit tactics on your part can bring SWEET
If you, have not been vaccinated against polio, you, too, or 18th. You could let your feelings much from introspection and a' rather rich rewards in the hare 9:30: to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY.BLUES .
are gambling with life. The fact that millions of others IN THE KNIGHT
your run away with you at these study of your joint interestsand vest you will reap during the
have been vaccinated I 1030.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYLET'S
gives you. no protection whatever. I' -
times and plunge head-long into security. Summer and Fall.
The protected may not get the paralytic disease. But
some difficulties unless you ex- 9-80- -75-883 '7-70-99-6s.-97-718 .
are still capable of passing the virus on to others t- to you. hibit a lot of balance in your

Many parents who have been quick to insist upon vac- relations with others, including LIBRABom

cinations for their children of school age fail to.realize co-workers and dependents. Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd AQUARIUSBora GET TOGETHER

that these same children can still bring the disease into 16.M.S18S() DURING April, there is a Jan. 21st Thru Feb. 10th

the home, where it may find prime targets among infants strong accent upon the affairsof ,
II THE month of April provides MEN & WOMEN WANTED
and adults who have
not had the
advantage of Salk shots. GEMINITHIS your mate partners, and oth- harmonious planetary influences f

You owe it to your family and to yourself to.'.see is a very protective forcein : ers.-This is' not a season of the where you and you affairs are To Become, Part Of A Strong Organization.
that all of
you receive maximum protection.No helping conciliate differences I
you any when
year you can expect preference concerned. There will be more'than il
one can tell how widely the virus will be distri- with superiors, parents, I or special attention in one opportunity for enjoy That Will Work For Progresso

buted during the coming months. Certainly, you will not or people important in yoursphere dealings with others. Instead you able short trips and visits, con- -

be able to detect its presence in your community or your of life. If, for any reason may feel quite a sag in self tacts with loved relatives. Your

home until somebody gets sick There is only one way to you need favors from patrons or confidence and vitality, with a: mental capabilities are now simulated ARE YOU INTERESTED?

remove yourself and your children from the target area. others, these will be the' dates on need for strong support from and you seem in the moodto IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW
Go to your doctor or to your polio vaccination clinic which to seek their indulgence.Don't your mate and others to Help important projects
plan some
and start your three-shot series TODAY. Don't be among however, allow this influence you deal with current problems. with your mate or others. The MAIL TO DUVAL CIVIC LEAUOE

those who waited until it was too late. to make you careless in Do your best to build up public I l first fifteen days of the month 2S2S MONCBIEF ROAD.
your attention to duties and nee. relations '
: and ties with your seem favorable for strengtheningties /
essary routine. mate or:allies by the 20th.
with neighbors or kin and
5.-20--66-18-.61-26* 6 V558 1-631 YES I WANT PROGRESS .
for determining a positive course
of action. Be ready to give and Register Me As A Member Of

CANCER I take around the 16th and 17thif
Born June 22nd Thru July 22nd I SCORPIOBorn you find opinions of others THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUEWhich i

ANNOUNCED BY REV. LOWRY THIS month provides you ex Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 23rd strongly opposed to your own.
lent opportunities for bolsteringyour YOU should therefore, count
-22-28-21-S32 Will Campaign For
position in the world and upon a concentration of energy

bringing your abilities to the at- upon personal, domestic, and employment Better Streets Drainage Facilities

TAMPA tention 'of patrons those in a i interests. The most important Civil Service Jobs
Fia -- Rev. A. Leon. Lowry, President of the Negro Firemen -
position to help get ahead.j accent ties in with service PISCESBorn J
Florida State Conference of NAACP Branches! announced. last Equal Job Opportunities
The first fifteen days of the: matters dealing with coworkers Feb. 20th Thru April 20th
week that the "MISS NAACP OF FLORIDA" Contest officially APRIL is always a month Negro: Doctors At Medical O--
month seem to be your best period and dependents. Your Better Treatment In Si a
opened on April 1 and will terminate on May 18 with the 'for achieving increased efficiency best dates for working out matters when you can look for illumina- A Negro YMCA Build'
winner being crowned' at the "Freedom will tion in financial matters and ad- .
Sunday RaHy" where in your work and for bene: concerning these affairs General Community Improvement
the Hoorable James Roosevelt will speak. flung through the results 0 f be around the 19th. 20th, 21st vantages where your income or

timely service help oth- and 25th. Be sure that you do not possessions are concerned. The I am,Interested bt knowing some of the other eDema:
you portion of the month when
ALL EXPENSE TRIP TO CLEVELAND let temper or importance create only .
:After mid-month
ers. there Is a '
First prize with be an expense paid trip to Cleveland tendency k to some stress and! problems with those who can help you must be careful of allowing I 'eau derive from.Joining the organization. ................
misjudgment to lead
or generoety
Ohio for one week. Additional. prizes will be announced for strain Involving home family, or you settle important matters to '
property your advantage at this time. you astray win be around the Advise. me when the next meeting win be held ..........
third addition matters which be
second and fourth prize winners., In there wen can 3-%O11USAGITrABl'PS-12--328 16th, 17th, and 18th. Keep'care-

be many oonsolatioa"awards to rue .up ia the Contest distracting. ful track 'of. valuables and .payattention' NAME ...................i..:....................:.........
0 JO-M 88 Sl-N1
The award*' i wBT"be' Siade'tfr"- the.lady substttaff the to your own, best in-

largest. some 'pf ,money' Jr 1.e4''c1ibmc' the contest.. Persons ierests on these-dates. You will ADDRESS .....................,..........................:.

.. wlsldnS' &jWjgff'a aiied to oontict. their' Iec* Bunches. .. ..LBOBoQ. Born Nov. 2Srd Tkrn .Dec. 21st probably role f.find s. peacemaker yourself cast in the PHONE ................:................... ...-............
hq UUl August 23rd APRIL favors pursuit of during .
or write to Mr; Robert W. Saaden, Field Scr tary7 NAACP,." ra of this forecast -J .-. *;. :, .
J TfflB SUn. your ruling planet, heart's desires, with some special some portion% pe REGISTERED' VOTES. ::.............. ,. '.-
708 East Harrison Tamp*. is in good aspect to your birth attention to interests. of children riod. r" : r yes. er BeI .KTHE

.. -.ca.. sign'particularly,........ -t... .-' daring. .....- 'the.flat, and loved ones..Tou' s&ould-sow 1-U-T7-u.-5-: t
.ctl .f'JI ilS"t: 7M A llil "UtYd t.t
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Week Ending Saturday. April 5, 1953 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Tare

I Independent Benevolent Association Holds Colorful 'Season's Tea' i NEW STANTONTO

V'A' ,,. ,,, .r.. .. ."''' -_.._. '--- --. .
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4 9N + The Stanto-Musi-ChQ under

,I the direction of Mrs. Annette A. .
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7 wr' V N I Iy' T ,y/lY Espy of New Stanton Senior

High School are making plans for

their Musical Comedy entitledThe

Gypsy Rover" which will be

held in the school auditorium,

April 14, at 8:00 p. m.
a The characters participating In
xA f <' ,vr 4 VI the Musical Comedy are Betty
':i' :Gr4{
Jean Asque who will play the
'ywieeeeway. ,
Sn b ....vs.S .:. role of Lady Constance and Charles ,
Wilbur who will protray the

role of Rob.Tickets .
v.,ry_ .
4hY o. for the presentationmay

d r be secured from students enrolled .
/ : a J '! In the Stanto-M si.cho or

Mrs. .,Epsy.
The officers of the New Stanton -

2 Honor Society Chapter are:
"G, 4 president;

""p te Philyaw. vice-president; BettyJ

i0 r Jones, secretary; Maxine

Mack, assistant secretary; Thel-
.' A
fi t9 bar. metia: Argrett business
y ,x>. manager;
;? Debris Rogers and Annette Harmon -
reporters and Betty Mikel
'.- chaplain
A The glee club members of Cen-
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r / ter High School Waycross,

Georgia, were the special guestat
N.S2= 1 Stanton School recentlyp.

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PARTICIPANTS IN SEASON'S TEA Jaxons who participated in the Season's MENTION
I t' gtx x Tea which waxheld in the Wilder's recreational center Sunday March 23 are seen in Mrs. Maudie Tyson Mays, formerly
the photos above. Shown in the top left photo are: Clarence Goodman. Mrs. Alice of this city who is now
Yarbrough Mrs. Clara Lu Young Mrs. Roma M. Griffin Elizabeth Smith and
Robert James.;Seen in the top right photo front row, are: Mrs. Mamie Simpson. Mrs. I residing Hempstead N. Y. and
Helen Adams. Mrs.Helen Williams, Mrs.Vera Reed. Miss Dorothy L. RIch. Mrs.Phoebe daughter Mrs. Ruth Alves of
McCant Miss Leila B.Rich.Mrs. Maggie Stills and Mrs. Mary A. J 0 h n s o n. In AmityviUe, N. Y."were the house
3 the back are:-Mrs.' Fannie F e 1 ton and Mrs. Edna Thomas. Seen in the second guests of their relatives Mrs.
row. left photo are: Mrs. L. Reed, Mrs. Emma Watkins Mrs: Estella Dunlap Lena Mays;' Roberta Deans Lucille

.. and Josephine TilL Shown in the second ro#. right photo front row are Mrs, Hattie Sheppard and Vera Siplin.
Johnson. Mrs. Minnie Grudy Mrs. Inez HowelL Mrs. I. B. Cooper. Mrs. Ludella Mif-
chelL Back row: Mrs. Martha Groom and Mrs. Ophelia Goens. Shown in the bottom They were feted by Mr. and
9 9'n left photo from left are: Mr. W.. B. Bradford Miss Ida M. Fleming Mrs. Eliza R. Mrs. John: A. Siplin, Mr. and Mrs.O .
Perry: Mrs Jewel Benthane. Mrs. Pastola Clayton and Rev. C. L. Culver. Back row: B. Sharpe and Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. S. D. McKnight. Mr. Stephen Mallory and Rev. Arthur Gaines. Mrs: Callie Henry White; during their two
Jackson served as the mistress of ceremonies for the affair. weeks stay In the city.


a!" :;T" ;
1 0At' hUYE: IN THE '
A Million Dollar Fashion Show o r :c. .y """f. .
will be given in the. Douglas An- SHADOW' OFGRAY"HAIR.rsY .
r t derson School April 11, by the
.,, -
\ Southside Charity Club. : .

I t look younger. ']

The 1958 Summer Session at 4' j

Florida A and M University will lovelier..witfh
begin with the Faculty Pre- +:: !
planning Conference on Friday,

June 13. J' .rr ; j
Roast Turkey with oyster dressing and Baked Ham i>; erx '.may Larieuse /

had equal settings on the bill-of-fare. Cocktails and hers -
a a i s s a d'oeuwere served
throughout the evening. .
Assisting the hostess was her mother Mrs. Carrie
Lavender of Savannah, Ga. and Mrs. Constance Green of f
the city. '.
Some of the ladies were joined by their husbands at J. ,
The home of Mrs. Hortense Gray was the meeting
place for the Smart Set on March 22.. A surprise was in the climax of the meeting. They included P. J. Perkins, ;i tt' -.
boxes Barnes, Dr. W. W. Schell, Warren ;Long'and .the
store for the winners of the gift wrapped given as host Thomas Miller. '
prizes CASH. Mrs. Elizabeth Downing won first prize, Mis. S .H r -
Robinson will 'be hostess"to the
Mrs. Russell second and 'Mrs. Joan Spaulding group .
Nellyvinne at their next meeting to be held in;,her"home.. -. t
*- *' $ *'

third.The: Savour of curried chicken with the touch of the On the 21st Mrs. Josephine Cleveland was: hostesT'to j F:' .. I :.

orient was the highlight" of the menu. the Charming Ladies Bridge Club at the Ribault Club and -zk ,
The clubs next meeting is to be held at the home of Elizabeth Atwater entertained her bridge club on the 25th t t

Mrs. Vivian Holmes.. s there. .. : ;. .: ..

The Hellenesians met Saturday at the home of Mrs. William Burke of 1044 South Shores Road celebrated i --
Pearl L. Miller. his birthday on the 29th and Mrs. Mary Mitchell was sur- : L r /
Guest at the meeting included Mrs. Venorine Schell, prised at a party given for her on the 31st Both at If '
Mrs. Dorothy King, and Mrs. Virginia Long. the Ribault. t'i i
Prizes awarded went to first Miss Margaret Williams, ?. .. :

second Mrs. Bernice Griffin and third Mrs. Catherine The Ribault Club is the meeting place for several of : '-- .L ,":<',; ..!
Robinson. A consolation prize was given to Mrs. Claudie i our clubs this week. The Regaletts Bridge Club met on the I
Jenkins and the guest prize to Mrs. Schell. 'third with Lougenia Caldwell as hostess. Friday the 4th
the Modernetts and the Beau Monde will hold thier meet- Step out into the bright world of youth with just one applicationof

ings at the Ribault Godefro/s famous Larieuse Haircoloring. Gray, faded hairis LIT

LILLY'S DRUG STORE Mrs. Irene Alexander entertained the Deluxe Circle in gone, and in its place-long-lasting color with the deep,

: the home of Mrs. Kirkpatrick on March 22. The group silky glow that takes years off your looks even makes you
1907 Kings Road at Spires entertained Mrs. Barnes of Nashville, mother of Mrs. feel younger every time you glance in a mirror. '
Venorine Schell, Mrs. Nettye J. Leapheart, Robbie L. Baker,
Modern Larieuse is to apply. Don't wait another day-gire
l>'-, and Edith Boyd. First prize was won by Mrs. Mildred easy
Where Experienced k Christopher, second place prize was tied with Mrs. J. your hair the vibrant, glowing look of youth. ..as lovely as this

a 'Pharmacists Prepare .. Crawford and Mrs. Marion Burney. professional model. with Larieuse!
: Y'o u r Prescription Ac- According to Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Mildred Christopher

cording to your doctors, ( will be hostess,to the group in her home on April 12. JUST FOLLOW THESE 3 EASY STEPS .
e .
+ instructions Using j -
only-the best quality ;,
The Cavenettes Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs.
drugs. ,t t'J Gwendolyn Johnson. The delightful menu,_of suckling pig:
with all the trimmings was served. Dorothy Oliver, Emily
Dr. a E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham George, Helen Wright Robinson: were the prize 'winnersfor 9 : 18 :or:eeus shadesf ,-

-:- -:- -:- the evening. IttttrousbJonJet,exciting
1.Shampoo hoir thorough- 2.Apply GodWroy'*lorX Af.r color Koly. d.v.1reds. ,rich broumt.r deep R
A COMPLETE LINE OF: Ladies of theLinks are giving their party on Saturdayat A* ft drit. Mix God.iwss with handy oppCcaopdtiompoohoirogo vfroslerfewMes glowixg blacktQODEFROY l
Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies-:- Sundries the Wilder Park Recreation Center to highlight the directed tor Indvd+d In package. sit in your favorit *fy<.. I '
N Golf tournament that. opened on Thursday. Mr. Curtis MANUFACTURING COMPANY 3510 OLIVE STREET ST. LOUIS 3 MISSOURISS.
6 PBESCBIPnONS. QAT.Tjrn FOB AND DELIVERED Taylor will be host to the golfers at a buffet supper planned ,

,. at-the Lincoln Golf and Country Club. .
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Page Four' THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. April S. 1933I

I I' Easter -. Sunrise Service To Be Held 'In Ball ParkCHURCHNEWS' I

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aA A SUi P'S==. CASTER:: SS2VICZ: will b* had at 6:00

i. m. in the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park (Durkee Field) under

the auspices 0 f the Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance. -


Stewardess Boards 1 and 2 of'I' Rx delivered by the Rev. Cyrus

St Paul AME Church are making On May 18. St. Thomas Bap- A. Weaver, pastor of DaySprings R. A. King was elected
for their anniversary list Church will observe its an-
plans joint Baptist Church with president of the Jacksonville in-
celebration, which will be held nual Women's Day throughout Alliance
t the Rev. R. A. King, Presi- terdenominational Ministers -
April 13 at the church.A the day. of the
at the meeing groupin
program will be renderd during Talented female will be featur.ed S dent of the Alliance, presi-. St. Stephen AME Church.
the celebration. on the program rendered.< I IS ding.
installed are the
Other officers
I '4' '" The speaker will be intro- Rev. q. A. Weaver, vice president
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Robert H. L McPherson, second vice presi
the Rev.
MEETINGThe duced by
ANNIVERSARYThe .' dent Wilbert B. Miller, record
Lenten Meeting of the St... f.: ; t> ; .' .T." '" Wilson of Bethel Baptist In- ing secretary; A. J. Hughes, assistant -
Paul Lutheran Church closed r Church and the
stitutional Charles
24th anniversary of Choir 5I recording secretary;
recently. The occasion was held 3 of the Second Baptist Church r invocation will be given by E. Totson corresponding se-
In the observance of Holy Week.
The Easter Sunrise service will will be celebrated on April 16 at i. the Rev. W. R. Nesbitt, Jr., cretary; A. E. Crumady financial
8:00: p. m. inthe auditorium of Christ. secretary; W. F. Foster, treasurS. -
be conducted at 5:15 a.m. Sunday hurch of God
the church. U Badger: chaplain and O. R.
morning The Sunday School and I The Lithany will be con-
Rev. H. H. Robinson of Mt. Jackson, parliamentarian
Kindergarten will render its i t" W. B.Miller .
Siani Baptist Church will be the ducted by the Rev. Dr. Weaver was elected as the

Easter 1' program Sunday afternoonat guest speaker on the program. -4 :i ,pastor of Laura Street chairman of he Eastep Sunrise
Also appearing.. on the programwill '' resbyterian Church and the observance: committee. 1

be the Stanto-Musi-Cho un- .. I Disciple-
< :" I Call to Christians
der the direction of Mrs. Annette
: :.. .. be by the Contribute GenerouslyTo
will given
On April 28 at 8 p.m. an appreciation .. I I I 'J. Rev. H. H. Robinson of Mt. The -

program will be held : Sinai Baptist Church.
honoring Rev. and Mrs. S. L.
Badger in the auditorium of the Prayer for Nations

Emanuel Baptist Church. I Benediction will be lead by

Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry is serving Regular: service will be held in i iI he Rev. A. J. Johnson of St. Real EstateLOANS

as mistress of ceremonies, the Jerusalem Baptist Church, Stephens AME Church. The

and Rev. A. J. Hughes pastorof Southside Sunday. Sunrise sere Rev. O. R. Jackson of Central $ $
St. John Baptist Church will vice will be held at 5:00 a. m.
appear as guest soloist Easter morning with Choirs 1 CME will conduct the closing $1.000 $%.000 U.OOO

and along with Usher Board 1 prayer and the Rev. J. B. F. $4,000 up t. $25.000

serving' I <',;:" Williams of Ebeneza Methodist Payable 1.00 per trio per hun
PRESENTS EASTER PROGRAMThe Rev. Jake Raye; s ssistant.pas- *. :,,:; Church will read the dred on unpaid balance at 6%.

tor will deliver the sermons :... Let iis help you. to complete
Lewis Memorial AME Scripture.
throughout the day and the Sun- your house or refinance 38
Church will present its Easter the
of Music is
day School Department will pre. Director years in the same place.
program Sunday afternoon at sent their Easter. Cantata with I -\ 'c' Rev. A. J. Hughes 0 f St.
Mrs Lucille Merritt in charge. 4 John Baptist Church. A solois -
evening worship will begin .J-.J1 .JII1
s -: "I'I
at 6 o'clock with Holy Communion. to be given by Mrs.: Alve- J. P. YOUNG

MT. ARARAT BAPTIST rina Alexander accompaniedby Mr pirnnxifiA; ,..rIr WaNhSLjln

S S PLANS PASSION PLAY I Mrs. Eleanor ,.,. Hurley. and Mon rue .

GRANT MEMORIAL AME Choirs and ushers of the 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.

ANNOUNCES SERVICES Mt. Ararat Baptist Church has varjous churches of the city Phone EL 5-8014

According to Rev. I. D. Hinson planned the Passion Play from I will participate. EL K-S391

pastor of Grant Memorial AME! the Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem

Church Rev. A. P. Postelle presiding -i up to the Resurrection to I
elder of the West\ --Jack b* presented during the evening
sonville District will deliver the hour of worship on Easter Sunday NOW OPEN 1
Sermon Sunday April 6. a t II1
11:00 a. jn. KWIK FREEZE

All choirs and ushers have been

c fled to serve Sunday April 6, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Ali Wefet 8th Street
at 4:30
: a.m. for the sunrise
.service. -- Y'K
The Rev. W. M.' Daniels will NO .4t MILKSHAKES
11 .....
i t officiate at the Cominunian .
Holy "" 2 I
{ Day Special
MT. CALVARY CHURCH Services at the First Baptist j O YAYfO waththese ,

OBSERVES ANNIVERSARYChoir Church. Mandarin o n Sunday SHILOH BAPTIST DISTRICT SPONSORS TEA -Members of District 29 of I ?; Ice Cream

evening, April 6. Shiloh Baptist Church who sponsored, a delightful! Sunday. March 30 in the homeof PINTS ..22c

2 of Mt. Calvary Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Lee Garvin 1416 Steel Street, at 4:30 p. m. are seen in the photos b REG. SOc

Church will observe its anni- above. Shown in the top photo from, left are: Miss Robin Forrester Mrs. J. Forrester.
vlersary April 14, and Usher Mrs. A. Rasberry Mrs. Vera Wilson. Mrs. Willie M. Garvin. C. C. Palmore. A.L.Gar- Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. FROZEN CUSTARD

Board 2 will observe its anniversary \ ST. JAMES AME. vin Frank C. McGee. Britton Mitchell. L. V. Baety and Oscar M. Brown. In the cen- 7 days a week By Segas

April 17. ter photo are: Mrs. Ruble Kitchings. Mrs. L. W. Williams Mattie Williams Carl
Williams Mrs. Emma Austin. Celia Isham Mrs. L. E. McCray and Mrs. Ruby Pal-

ST. MATTHEW CHURCH SETS WOMEN'SWDAY more. In the bottom photo are: Mrs. Esther Lee White. Mrs. Daisy B. Kelsey, Nez- .

SLATES ACTIVITIES zer Lee Freeman. Mrs. Luedella Mitchell and Mrs. Erma N. Baety.WOMEN'S .

S District 6 of St. Matthew Bap- APRIL 20omen's ATTENTION !
Thermal Benefield at the instru-
tist Church will render service
DAY NEW'BETHFl ments. The sermon will be de
Monday night. The sermon will
livered the Rev. Dllas J. Gra
be delivered by Rev. T. E. Nelson Day will be observed by HOSTESSES, SORORITIES, FRATERNITIES,

pastor of Bethlehem Bap- in the St. James AME Church SET AT LITTLE PLANS ham. CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONS
tist Church and he will be accompanied April 20. beginning with Sunday MUSICAL

by his choirs and con I School at 9:30: a. nu. and! con- HAMPTON CLUB Use The Blank Below

gregation. tinue throughout the day. kOCK TO PRESENT EIGHT
APRIL 20Annual
District 1 will sponsor a Good !Mrs. Ethel D. Bannister !is EVENTSUNDAY ARTIST IN RECITALEight FOR SENDING IN NOTICES
Neighbor Tea in the Parsonage
general chairman and Mrs. Estel- ORREQUESTING -
April 27. I* Lovingood. cochairman Mrs.
S Esther Dcnson of Grant Memo- We Tea's Day, will be The Coal M.r: ;: Festival will vocal artists will part FREE PHOTO SERVICE

BETHEL'S SUNDAY SCHOOL rial AME Church will preside held in Little Rock Baptist be held In the New"'{ .Bethel AME cipate* in the Hampton Club's Ebe- NAME OF CLUB __________________________
Church 20 the: at the
April throughout 20
morning worship and Church April 27. .
i ReT: Mrs. Ella Williams will be day with Mrs. Maxie White as i The event is nezer Methodist Church. NAME OF PRESIDENT .__________________--__
I sponsored
The Sunday School of Bethel i the guest the general chairman and Mrs.: i The local chapter of the National -
Baptist Church. Southside win Sunday School superintendent of Inez Kearse. co-chairman. I by Choir 2 of the church and j jI Hampton Alumni Association DATE OF AFFAIR ___________________________

present their Easter program Mrs. Alfreda Douglas will serve Other officers includes: Mrs. I proceeds will benefit the building j recital of the tuneful Date Time
Sunday at 3:00 p. m. as the Mistress of Ceremon- Vernice Mitchell, acting pastor: I r fund drive. a PLACE OF AFFAIR ________________________--
Two students from St. Peters : lea for the evening worship at I I Mrs. Sarah Pressley chairman of i Mrs. Josephine Ellereon Brown, Elitaires featuring soprano soloist Name of Individual or Clubhouse

AME Church will appear on the! 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. D. W. We!.' program committee; Mrs. Viola i Robert Sams, Aaron C. Jackson, Alverina Alexander. The Eli ADDRESS OF AFFAIR ________________________
program also. The is Johnson, chairman of finance% ; ensemble directed by
public come will serve as pastor for taires, an
cordially invited to attend the I 1 the day." Mrs. ,Bessie Gibbs chairman of Mrs Mercedes Wesley Mrs. Bessie Mrs. E. M. Hurley Include, be- NATURE OF AFFAIR ___________; __________?__
program. Juniors; M r s. Leola Thomas : Thomas and P; J. Williams Party Banquet, Tea

chairman of tags; Mrs Maggie, :I, will be the soliost. sides Mrs. Alexander Mrs. Greta PRINCIPALS ________________, ____--__________
BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH Hunt chairman of decorations; Gibson soprano; Mesdames Dianne .- Name of Honoree Hostess M.C. Etc-
Mrs. Dorothy Woods, Cecil B.I ,
SLATES FASHION SHOWA ABYSSINIACHURCHSETS Mrs. Renelda Jenkins chairmanof i Price and Thelma Cobb. altos > ,
Fisher and Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass i -------------------------------
ANNIVERSARY Sunday School: Mrs. L. Armstrong ; Walter Blackmon, tenor; State Miss or :Mrs.
Fashion Show win be presented chairman of BYPU: Mrs. will serve as pianists and or-i

by District 2 of Bethel The Bernice Wright and :Mrs. Annie I ganist. i iI iI iI Wendell P. Holmes baritonetenor PARTICIPANTS ____________________________--
Baptist anniversary of the Abyssinia Campbell music committee. I ; John Gaines baritone-bass; Names of Members or Guests
Church Southside. Monday
Baptist Church and pastor I and Powell Stokes basso.
night at :00 ----------------- ------------
p. m.8 will began April 14. with some : I MOUNT ARARAT The program set for 7:30 p.
The models will hail from Du- ------------------------------
bf the local i
ministers in
charges FIRST PLANS SERVICESMembers m, will .consist of sacred and
val and adjacent counties. af'the service each night. 1 CORINTH semi-classic renditions. There will REMARKS _____________________--____________
The public is invited to attend The opening service will be conducted SLATES PROGRAM be solos by individual performers Other Information'J
the affair of Mt. Ararat. Bap. -ir"
by the Revs. T. E> Nel- as well as renditions by the female ,
t son. ,of I tist Church will observe sunrise i-m JU-mm_-------m----LJ.----------- ----
pastor Bethlehem Baptist I A program will be given in the : trio of the ensemble. .
MT. CARHEL PRESENTS Church; C A. Weaver, pastor First Corinth Baptist Church services Easter morning at, 5:00 This program is a part of the FOR ADDITIONAL ., -

SPRING FASHION REVIEW rf::Day Spring? Baptist Church; I April. 7 by Mrs. Laura Jackson a. m. In the Church. club's effort to participate in the INFORMATION CALL _____________________
\V. L. Jones'of First Corinth" Baptist .; The A'ersiteers.: Gateway Singers Devotional service will be con"aucted national group's scholarship drive, Name Phone Number
A Spring Fashion Revue win Church;.E. R.. Simpson, pastor ,I Singing Trumpets. Golden i 1 and to aid two worthy Jackson- -
be presented by districts 2 and of ion Hope Baptist Church I Jubilee Singers and others will by' the deacons with processional ville students to atend Hampton PHOTO SERVICE .

3 of Mt. Carmel Baptist Churchon and Lee cQueen of Royal be featured on the program. led by the choirs and_ Institute.. There are no ticketsfor REQUESTED AT _____- -_______________--____
April 7 at 8:00 p. m. in the ternacle Baptist Church. 'The proceeds: from the programwill .ushers' All choirs will serve_for this recital but club mem- Address .

Cook church and auditorium Mrs. LUlie Mrs.' Mae Alma Williams are The choirs sponsors 3, 4 and of Usher the Tab-I benefit the Beautification the service with 'Mrs. Hazel bers will gladly receive sponsorships TIME _____, ______:'___':Jl'::_.:-.l..i-l: ;_____* __ "*
drive at the church sponsoredby Gross. Matthew McCoy Arthur or donations towards. this
Date Time
are the
sponsors Number .
Mrs. Elizabeth Crawford. Goodwin. Robert Taylor and Mrs. effort.



:.Week..Ending Sa.turday..AprU 1958. THE FI&RIDA STAR' .. Pant< FlwAr .
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sented In the auditorium of A. L.
d Lewis School April 9, 1958 at
TALLAHASSEE-Two Florida A. and M. University
students now serving 60-day jail sentences for refusing to : p.m.
sit in bus seats assigned to them under, Tallahassee's seat The students'will be seen.
assignment ordinance. Monday asked the Florida Supreme Some of the na o:1's top golf modeling some- of the latest

Court to free them.FrancL3co ._ ers are swinging their golf clubson fashions for the Wee Miss, Junior -
Rodriguez, .j-unp3: -- -----
_.. the Brentwood ,Municipal Miss and- Young Men duringthe
is seeking a writ of habeas -
total of $11.000 and their appealis Golf Course competing against FashionO-Rama.
on behalf of Johnnie
corpus pending in Leon Circuit Court. each other for top prize money
Herndon and Leonard D. Speed. Each class room will be represented -
At the height of the drive to for the professionals and beauti-
both of Tallahassee.Rodriguez during the fashion show.
ful trophies for the amateurs.The
integrate buses, Gov. Collins
LeRoy -
charged In his peti- Selections will be rendered by
fourth Annual Gate City
tion the seat assignment law enacted used his power to suspend the choral group and the Modern
: Open Golf Tournament got underway -
1Weut- by the city council was a public facilities by closing down Thursday and will con. Dance Group. Patrons and friendsare

subterfuge to maintain racial seg the bus company operations to tinue through Sunday. Cash invited to attend the affair.

regation. The attorney raised the avoid outbreaks of violence. awards will be distributed as follows -
same grounds In unsuccessful appeals .
: First place, $500; second {
to the Leon Circuit Court place $250; third place. $175; SHOWING AT TilE STRAND...
end U.s. Supreme Court. I fourth place $10b; fifth place ) EASTER HOLIDAY JIlT!

He said he was appealing to B-CC CLUB SLATESANNIVERSARY $75; Sixth place, $75; seventh .r.; ,,
Y. \ "'"
the Florida Supreme Court be- PLANS place $75; Eighth place $50; ; Y +
A tip of the Pepil Cup cause all regular appeal remediesof Ninth place, $50; Tenth place I ry .
to these outstanding
Americans, who appeal had been exhausted.The f50; Eleventh place $50; and. >
young I
make our country and attorney explained the case DAYTONA-On April 12, memhers" I Twelfth place, $25. I
our community a better had never been before the state
o f the CavaliersclvalettesClub
place in which to live. high court, since no appeal in Invitations were extended t 0
state courts beyond the Circuit Bethune Cookman Collegewill such star performers of the link

Court from municipal court return to the campus to as Charles Sifford Philadelphia
** a I
conviction is permissible under celebrate the 25th anniversary of Pa., Teddy Rhodes Chicago, III

. the law.A their organization; with a dancein Zeke Hartsfield'New York City; I I t L aa
1< I Ralph Dawkina. Jacksonville a
a white student. Joseph Spag- Moore Gymnasium.This Florida, Willie Brown Houston,
na, of St. Petersburg then enrolled regrouping will recall the: Texas, Mitchell Jimmings, St.

$ at Florida State University earlier days of the Book Social I Petersburgh Florida George I I
r was convicted in the bus seating when the organization combined Bryant Atlanta, Georgia James
test, but is still at liberty undar their efforts to present the guidebook a' Payne, Jacksonville Florida Joe I
$1000 bond.Herndon for freshmen and the memory -I' Louis, New York City and many)

1 and Speed,, students book for seniors and soon I ethers. r The Annual -Fleet Awards of the Jacksonville-Duval
to be Jerry Lotil (al)>':e. start In
at Florida A. and M. Universityfor graduates. I Many out-of-town amateurs are ; County Safety Council were presented in ceremonies held
Negroes, and Spagna boardeda .The present group have collected also competing in the tournament "SAD SACK, iiibmoutt new
i at New Stanton Senior High SchooL A special award was
bus with three other youths many memories from the along with several. local players.. comedy riot showing at the
during a drive here by Negroesto Bbooks of past years to Some of .the local participantsare i presented to Sam Burroughs/ a driver with the City Street Strand 0 n the gala Easter
FREDDIE DORIS GREEN T make this 25th celebration one I I week Main
secure equal seating facilitea. ; George McClellan: Joseph Department for 51 years. Holiday program.
New Stanton Senior High That incident followed an ex. of inspiration to their graduate Pauline Sr., James (Jimmy) feature Is "MAN IN THE
Tribute !la paid to Freddie of Sam is shown on the right receiving the "
t tended boycott of all city buses members.The Burris, Leroy Tanker 'Herbert I Burroughs SHADOW powerful western'
the senior claM. This charm. -II which resulted in the convictionof founder of the organization Wingate. George Harris Elwood award from R. Godwin vice-president: of the Council. Looking drama starring Jeff Chandlerand
lug young lady was selected w 21 Negro leaders for illegally Kenneth D. Days is expected (Homie) Banks and the rest of I I Dural Orson Welles. Both films
Yearbook of the 1958 on is Joseph W. Soghers, president of the County
Queen J operating a car pool transportation to Join the celebration with the moors of the Jacksonville I play Sunday through Saturday.
Annual. She la a member of Council. ." April 6 through 12.
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GILBERTHIGH FOR CONTEMPTMIAMI 1 t Henry Kirkland. 1451 W. Union

.j:,, ale 40 and Louvenia Robin- On April 14 the Royal Arch

son 807 Franklin St., age 21. Masons of the Most Excellent
The faculty and student bodyof The Florida legislative .
Union Grand Chapter RAM of
:Matthew W. Gilbert High committee investigating the Ed Boatright, 1037 W. States
Florida will sponsor its State
School announces the arrival: of NAACP and communism Monday tY : 1 age 65 and Esther P. Middle-
Oratorical Contest in the auditorium
six intern teachers, who began 1 filed contempt proceedings against :. ton. 1029 W. Monroe St.. age 57.
I Lawrence I. Tunsill, 1525 Tyler- of the Masonic Temple,
work immediately after an orien. 15 Miamians who are accused
I St., age 19 and Nellie R. Hodge. 410 Broad Street.
tattoo:: period. with failure: to cooperate with 11 k
I 2273 Calvin
age 18 The committee has listed five
Ths six Intern teachers are: 'the committee during hearings': .
1 Kt subjects from which the contestants -
Miss Clanzel Wright, who is in-1t t here last month. I A:v A Easham Covin 1144 Florida
t may make a selection. The
terning in Language Arts, under j Circuit Judge Ray A. Pearson ; Are., age 25 and Lucille Smoak,
of Mrs. George subjects are Integration the
the supervision 1! said a hearing on the 15 cases 1081 Evergreen St.. age 17.
Worren, head of the LanguageArts .4 Challenge of Science the New
J n
,W. would be held March 23.. The 15 34vkM '' .4 ) Willie E. Hall, 2326 Moncrief
Department at Matthew I Atomic Age the Wonders of the
Road age 23 and Doris Robinson,
Gilbert. Roderick Williams a music witnesses were ordered either to
2505 Jeanette St., age 20. Space Age, and Promises of De-
major will be supervisedby respond to the committee sub-.
I' .
Miss Ruth Gregg. Robert Mitchell I
poenas, give testimony and pro- !
Roosevelt Parriett, 815 DeWittSt. Requirements for the contestants
in Social Studies
a major J i duce records requested or show I
will be under the supervision of ; II .. age 19 and Azerine Woods are: he must be a candi-
}! why should not be
I cause they
II I 815 DeWitt St. 18.
Mr. James E. Bryant. i I i age date for graduation and he musthave
cited for contempt. f .
Miznmie Walker, an art majoris I
practicing the techniques of ;! The 15 witnesses either refused I Cleveland Lee, 791 W. DuvalSt. character references from

': to honor the and show ., 25 hi. local pastor and higW school
teaching art under the instruc-i subpoenas: age and Bennie Mae

tions of Charles Walden. Mr. !1! up at the hearing or refused to Flood 417 Copeland St. age 21. principal. ,

Freddie H. Pemberton is interning .:': answer questions of the commit.,, i Odell Cobb. 1524 McCoy Blvd.. Other features of the eveningwill

in Industrial Arts with Law- ,, ee, headed by Sen. Charley Johns age 19 and Bernice Mobley, 91 S. be the appearance of chorus

ford Brown as his instructor. !1 of Starke. I Myrtle Avenue. age 19. 1 es from Florida Normal College

Emerson Perry a major in In- I Among them were the Rev. I
I Edward Waters College Matthew
ftrumental Music will be under I I Theodore Gibson, president of the .Amos Young 714-B. Venus Court 'I
36 and OHie Mae W. Gilbert and New Stanton
the supervision of George Hill. Miami chapter of he NAACP, G. Boatright :

E. Graves NAACP attorney, and A 4nfv 426 Caroline St.. age 26.: I I High Schools.

CLUB NOTES Mrs. Ruth Perry of Miami Beach, I j

The Christmas Social Saving j ;< You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Club anniversary will be. observedin b

the St Matthew Baptist 4.n +.

Church. April 16 'at 8:00: 'p. m. ". 17 VV w 4s. f't I LOW PRICES

The meeting of the club wereheld SPONSORS TEA

in the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. _

Clayton recently -t DRUG STORE NEEDS
The members of the Pallbearers ;

Society 17 will its annual
;, sponsor
On Your
"V ii i LET US BUILD tea Sunday in the home of the INSURANCE WORKERS FETED-M ambers of the Central Life's Agency Force.

c YOU A BEAUTIFUL Rev. and Mrs*. E. G. Harris 1436 who were entertained at a dinner following a planning session are seen in the top Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

2 or' 3 BEDROOM Evergreen Avenue from 4 to 6 photo from left are: Mr. Louie McFarlandL Arble J. Clark. Margeuriie Rica. George WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN

CONCRETE BLOCKHOUSE : p. m. H. Howard. Gladys L. Reynolds. Fred J. Sampson. Roland Yates and Mr. J. T. Col-

A program will be presentedfor lier. Shown in the bottom photo are: Cass; N. Shootea Broxie M. ParnelL Mrs. Janet YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

We will take a lot or your the occasi and the public is Y. Carbert. L. McWaiters. Mrs. Ruby: T. ,C_.ark. Mrs. J. B. Jones and A. L. Robinson.

house In I Ifade. cordially invited.. to attend the

LET US COMPLETE.,YOUB affair. more recording .secretary; Don- Dixie Pharmacy

HOME THAT YOU HAVE AL. CLUB CONDUCTS .ald ..Wallace, financial secretary; YOUNG MEN'SCOUNCIL

READY STARTED CASH Ray Demery treasurer, Fred Demery 1802 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE

WILL, BE PAID FOB YOUR business manager; Donald PHONES EL S-5597-88
INSTALLATIONOF Wallace, acting hap13.in.The' PLANS
LOT. '-:- EASY TERMS We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescriptions
members are: William ,

I mery Ray Demery Charles E.
CONST. CO. i'i'kiCQMf
Elmore T D. Friall, Charles j

Green, T. G. LovingooA Fred Robinson ,
Week will be obser-
S St. Johns Boat Club held David B. Sargeant Donald -
it0 Instilla'-on!: n* officers and! ved by the Young Men's Councilof
Wallace Welborn
7 W. 21st St. Just off Main GRAY HAIRS
Matthew W. Gilbert need
ORAJELWILSON banquet pt: t' e L'ncoln Golf and Harry .\ 'bite and Charlie Young.The High worry you no more
EL 8219
School, April 7.
__ Country Club Thursday March I banquet was highlighted Win.J.Brandt'
I Tributes will be paid to the EAU DENNA
20 at 9:00 p. m. with Charles E. with a palatable repast which'! .LIQUID
U Elmore serving as toastmaster. consisted of Turkey with dressing -''I outstanding young men of the HAIR COLORER

Following the invocation by I local schools. The citations will i Wilt cvr'f.y IteM U 10 to'30 ...vt*s s that x
; pineapple cottage: cheese salad -;I be presented by Earl Dennis a jrm* w_U sM know it .vw woi .'.,. It Mbqvtd. ,, .
& SONQuality Donald Wallace the wives andweethea't3 II .
creamed potatoes so green On* eppli< tia with tooth brush K.w.h
member of the council 4o. it. N. pock.'Ns .>.... i a
were introduced by peas hot roils coffee and apple ANYONE CAN PUT IT ON AT HOME
Shoe Service the toastmaster The wives and II pieith cheese. !! Reuben Padgett president of I YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY! N..*.will tw-
hair .hat IMM rfytd. ICOVM it .ftan4
the Student Council of New Stan- pad yo"r *
sweethearts were presented with The hntrwi.. -:- tokens of appreciation by Fred evening was joyfully spentby i ton.ill be the speaker for the I -*jvtt MifanN color if HAIRy .....io4.

Demery and Harry White. Mrs. the members of the club occasion and Leonard Douglas It will WILL Not nit NOT off.TURN It .toys on ..REDDISH...... atonriM.Shampooing s
nYEma AND REFINISIIINa wives, sweethearts and friends. Vice president of the ... battiuia., ._. w_
j YoungMen's ponnoMat
ORTHOPEDIC WORK Willie Mae Green accepted the ..9, taring .r.Htmgkt. ...>g irK. ..rt..i .....
tokens on behalf of the wives After installation everyonewas Council at Matthew W. it .0. Ymi con mmy Q.y, .5 fc w
INVISIBLE SOLES ) ssvbb.t. .r 1 ::. <. BLACK : IIACR.All .
+ II (
to settle down for
and sweethears.The ready Gilbert will be the master of I ..... toy ....
.:- for another year: of activities.: J ceremonies. WONDERfUL roc TOUCHING UP
speaker the .
occasionwas j YM..ft ft..{m*.rh...........c-k...... .w.r ether..*,.M *....
I 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4.7025 J D. Brooks, representative -- .....en4>-.....b*.M......W.MM...._uss EM O WM t..4...rt.t..
salesman for the Williams Quick DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING ,
Kenneth S. WUaon Mgr. ft>ll AractMM..*wk fc..(.Esg5.b..dSp.si.b,CAUTION:*TI .w-. *.
Company. He was Introduced! by I II I IXN M khrf." C.Lr.t l SlMik D.rk arsrs M.di.w arMm UM 5.w.t Drak
Home That Housecleans Itself1WHY ; ? ; |
C. E, Elmore. .l.....l A.b,m. Price ,.r b.. $Ut (plus ,...... To). Ct this M ... ...,
.. tt.d MV far ......t Officers Installed were: David

B. Sarjeant, president; Harry DIXIE PHARMACY

; White, vice president; C. 1>i. El ,
Road and

L _
:.' Announce* Tae Opening Of HI Office
DELAND-A circuit court jury ----r-

; At A Wednesday, March 26, convicted 0. == AT DIXIE'SLUNCH =

NEW CONVENIENT LOCATION John Henry Harmon 33, of assault 4
with intent to commit man.
128-A West Forsyth Street :-: JacksonTlUe. Florida slaughter in the shooting of Day. 5 COUNTERAND
tona Beach Policeman Richard _
Office ELgin 4-3988 -:- Residence: FLanders 9-1809 BelL v

Harmon, a Daytona Beach
man, was accused of shooting if.

Bell In the stomach when the DO-NUT

L\.HH policeman attempted to arrest Six4
"W./ir. him for the shooting of Freddie STAND LjE

Flint last November outside a 4
t / / / tavern. Flint also recovered. I Made Fresh Ev ry Hour 1
fin ft. <-r/ riff
Circuit Judge Horace D. Riegle : "A Treat That You'll Repeat"

am IXSIKKII deferred sentencing. 55

Our very: liberal POPULAR IX TEXAS SCHOOL ,
earnings are com.pounded Each account U __ "
up SSS
a negro halfback on the
Annually en 1/ (If. $10,000 b l' the Weslaco High School 'footbaUteam I CHICKEN
ings in this Federal savings
Sav3 2JG has been named the most I .
ciation and Loan Insorance TOLERATE DIRT? A
which popular boy in the school and furniture at&yclean longer .
chartered and Corporation t "new almost magic dry cell tlec- walls stay bright. Cleaning and d
authorized Jackson l1Ju chosen in a tronie air filter keeps the whole redecorating bills are substantially $129
pervlsed by>> the OF DIVIDING by>> an student election in which more house clean electronically.. This reduced. Best of all, no.

U. S. Givertuneot. act of Congress.III than 500 eufeente took part, unit traps up to 909< of air more daily dusting, since trap
schqol officials aaid., borne dirt, dost and pollen wel- ping dirt in the air before it 2 Ibs Broiled or BarBQ'Dixie
The South come news to erery housewifeand settles means that a"once over"occasionally
Texas school has
to so man allergy sufferers. will keep polished
been ,integrated for three years It is priced within the means of surfaces spanking clean. .
IIIV 1 lili.11l but only three Negroes attend. every home owner &!potential The unit is installed on the
Jackson has; ,maintained a'B" home owner and Is adaptable to return air side of any forced
old homes"as well as new.ja air furnace or central air condi-
average in school. Electro-Klean. introduced oy tioner. It requires no water Pharmacy
Superintendent Grady Hester American Air Filter Companyof plumbing or sewer connections
said Jackson was selected mot Louisville Kentucky bringsan no special wiring circuits. Main
era of more cleanliness more tenance cost is less than that ofa ,.
because, he was an underdog but healthfulness and for the homeowner 10 watt bulb. It is 'approved 1CiDgs Road and Myrtle

because the kids just like him." more leisure._Draperies by P. H. A. -. .
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Week 'Ending Saturday April.5, 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Seven

I Global World Series -draws -Nations T ogether..1

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Ed'is the people's player b cus '

he holds back Le '; '-.' ," BASEBALL CREATES
nothing give '-, '. :"{ t
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all he has. / :
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CUS D'AMATO: msrr-r rf -

Ijeavyw1* boxing ch'nnl ;% -.-' -' -- GLOBAL FOUNDER
I- 10 Y d P ttsr oa sad r'c'it'y

that Ed;.e ?b ben forfeited h.' :..... _

right' to r-ht Floyd! .'*;terir. J By C. P. Johnson -

.. because he tied to theI .
was : ,BASEBALL the great American sport has grown by

temational -Boxing Club and so leaps and bounds from the day it was organized to this

did Willie Pa trano. He said the I ; : :- a s3 I present day when it has spreaded to every nook and corner
C. Parham
By two fighters had their chance= i i of_ the globe! but the newest interest in baseball is, the
but turned It down orders : .
they on -
who coached his Tennessee Global World Series. :
JOHNNY McLENDON. from the IBC. He further I The Global Series is an annual j I stion to obtain support from

State team to two straight National Association of Inter said, they were a part of thelBC Milwaukee industrialists, raised
tournament which determines the
collegiate Athletic Basketball tournament has racked up move to. block! Patterson. Evidently i ; t I' $250,000 for the first championship ,
x J ,tour baseball champion of the
victories 19 defeats since there is nobody in America t. aa .:fr which took place in 1955.
an enviable record of 112 against uortd. It is more notable for its I
for the champ to fight. He is The series won both times by
taking over the coaching' reins at Tennessee .State.Unlver.ally. novelties than fur its baseball I
now In England and the h t the United States, has been gain-
511 victories 94 defeats although the main is'
is against purpose
His average pears to be the same. ing in interest every since, and
which began at Lawrence (Kansas) High School hi SMOOTH SAILING UNTIL WE baseball.

in the early1940's. MEET The g a m e brings together commasinners
1935 and from there to North Carolina College AGAIN .

and then to Hampton Institute. He was named teams from Japan, The Netherlands baseball gospel all over the world.
Mexico Colombia, Venezuela He is not aware of Russian base-

coach of the'year." for 1958.AL DODGERS BUY h Hawaii, Canada and the United ball, "but if they've got them,

SMITH, the fleetfooted outfielder States. Every race creed and they are welcome to affiliate

of the Chicago White Sox I dent of the Florida State Lea- I color on the globe is invited. with us," he said.

will not be up to par for open- gue. SAMMY WHITE II The idea of an annual.Global I "You know baseball in America

Ing day of the major league i THE PITTSBURGH PIRATES Series was born in the mind of turned out to be something

season April 15. Smith was sent f are wen leaded with I Richard S. Falk of the engineering which people] from many backgrounds -

to the White Sox in a deal with tan hopefuls during the spring FROM BOSTON firm of the same name, and nationalities could

.Cleveland. The former Cleveland training grand Upon the s coulders which has headquarters in Milwaukee play and which would give thema

Indian is on the injured list. of Roberto CSemento, a regular where the first two series common language. I think the

Minnie Minoso formerly of the from last season, Bennie were played. Falk is so wrappedup I I same thing could, apply to na
SARASOTA-It has been d s-
White Sox went to the Indians. Daniels, 'a pitcher, Jim Pendle- in baseball, it is said he is a I tions. One of the oddest things
The Doctors say Smth will be ton, Roman Mejlas Gene Baker, closed that the Los Angeles Dodgers dedicated baseball missionary.He which has happened to me is

ready before the season is too and R. C. Stevens. The Pirates have secured Sammy White is a one time sandlot pitcher that I realized the Japanese are
veteran catcher from the Boston
far spent. are counting very heavily on the 470C7 and turned to sponsoring semipro not really like these I saw in the
Red Sox because
of the injuryof
tan stars to them in a higher
teams after movies
graduating from the years ago, Falk con-
THE TIGERBELLES, of Tennessee bracket. Roy Campanella.
t I I-niversity of Arizona in 1935. He tinued.
State University, coached CARMEN BASILIO had a The move is intended to plug was made
semipro commissionerof
I I .
by Temple copped their 4th grand opportunity to thing over the gap left on the Dodgers Wisconsin.

straight National AAU Women's agreeing with. what he was told catching staff by the absence of ._ .
In 1951 Falk lJIJiVPBG.llU! !
I combined his love
in Roy Campanella who will not be
track and field championship before the fight, and that is, WANTS PATTERSON AGAIN -Archie Moore of baseball and his new outlook : If
Arkon, Ohio recently. The Tiger- Rob- behind the bat when the season tJp Night too frequent, bunUnr iteh
how dangerous Sugar Ray
the light heavyweight boxing champion has expresseda of yofr )
a global series. He got the I SDK urination) or strong *
belles are Lucindia Williams, inson is in a return bout. As he opens. Roy is still confined in I due to common Kidney and Bladder Irrttatlona. -
Isabelle the hospital in New York. desire to get I a second shot at heavyweight champion j go-ahead for his scheme from the .try cysT Cx for quick rraU/rlnc.
Margaret Matthews. lay on his hospital bed recuperating I Floyd Patterson the man who acquired the championship heads of amateur I I comforting help.A billion CYSTKX tablet
Daniels and Barbara Jones. Two 1! from his last bout, he could The securing of White by the baseball and, used la- put 29 year prove safety and
by defeating him by Jcnockout November 30. using his social and business auceeis. Ask druggist for CVUTKX under
freshmen sprinters also came :, remember many things about Ro Dodgers gives rise to the idea po- aUsXacUcn or DlWlCl. ack; guarantee.
1956. Moore shown in the picture said: Another
through with brillant performances. I binson's ring record. "Never attempt that tan rookie catcher'John
Patterson is the thing I want more than anything in
The team collected 47 ponts i a comeback with Sugar Roseboro is considered too inexperienced the world." He said further. "I want to be the oldest I
for the team trophy, winning 21 : and especially in Chicago." to over the catching "
man in boxing history to win the title. Moore admittedly Now
models and was the leader in : That is what was said before the assignment. is 41. Moore said he believes he will get the Open!

every sprnt and relay. The fresh-! fight. White was obtained from the chance and propose September for the bout. "The

nen sprinters were Shrley Crow- Red Sox for a substantial sum rematch is of master plan that requires the
a part a
1 the
der and Annie Lois Smith. In excess of the 120,000 waiver winning of the heavyweight crown before I retire,"
question mark In the Dodger
price. I
CHARLIE (King Kong) KELLER ; ranks. The question is where will Moore said.IROBINSON.

former hard sluggng New we play him It is not a questionas PALMS '

York Yankee outfielder says he I to whether, or not Junior will LIGHTWEIGHT ASKS KEEP HAIR FROM

to mighty happy down on his play, but where. Junior may be GOING BACK

Maryland farm raising standard- on third one day, second the next CHAMP TO DEFEND ID"o-.Aa oouo...er.o.tsr.........._ OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY
bred horses Keller was called next and the outfield Purr 1'O aFF&Cn_a.owota.a
first the .
TITLE IN HOUSTON "TU An.a.erT r..wuw P* --
ni by the Yankees' to fill In forCoa.cl1 the next. The man is so versatile, :$1,000,000 TO .a"T.,.mm.A.ouTTcaMiDiia. .Y tort">.a MOT.o>C.M.T.SO..MI' vux< *.. I (
.. THE 2-SPOT)
Bill Dickey when he be. it la almost certain that he will HOUSTON TEXAS- Joe I I *....AJ..-I ATO I ZP$*Ace* '?-..A.TC1A.Oil coo.o.
came in last June and ,remained: tx. in there son ewi1e '. I IHI. IIJH.. U
',Brown, world's lightweight box- FIGHTFULMEROGDEN Admission 7Sc Monday Thru Thursday
throughout the World Series.: KeLler \ CHARLIE SD7FORD the first ing champion will defend his ti.I Pw'su1an.: rIRUSMK

said the Yankees wanted him Negro to win a major P G A tie, May 7 In Houston against I r' OIL DANCING NIGHTLY'RO'Y
but he couldn't do ........... ..
to return, just I tournament and one of the na- his hometown challenger, Ralph ... a M.N A -} +iM
Utah Gene Fulmer
it because he likes what he Is to Jacksonville -
i tions top golfers came Dupas of New Orleans. several occasions that
has said on
doing much better. King Kong i I to compete In the Gate The announcement, made re.;'
would like return
he a engage-
Keller named his horse breeding City Open Golf tournament now to end the three
i Gently brings an ment with the recrowned middle. 68-24-75
farm, Yankee Land Farm. in at the Brentwood!
:: progress months dispute. The compromise weight champion Sugar Ray BROWN.
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Is Golf Course. Sifford Is
Municipal I, conditions are that the Brown- Robinson. and now it seems that 174-80-263
well represented with baseball a nationally known figure of Dupas contract will not have a
he will get his chance if the local
league presidents The South Atlantic the golf links and he has traveled -
rematch clause and that the will a mil Watch This Clown
promoters guarantee
League presdent is Sam all over the country. He is I
ner will meet Kenny Lane of liondollars, according to Sugar II
Wolfson, one of the best liked I i also well known here because of Muskegon. Michiganwithin three himself.A I -WITH-
men in baseball. There s hardlya hIM appearances here before. months. I
baseball fan in the of group headed by bowling 5 Z'
city :MAURICE STOKES, one of the Brown and Dupas must post
Jacksonville who has forgottenthe i nations greatest basketball play $3,000 each with the National promoter Maxie Kosof wired 9 :J e NOBLE WATTSAND
words of President Wolfson Robinson they would guaranteehim .
: ers and a member of the Cincinnati Boxing Association to guarantee ,
when he was president of the Royal professional basketball $100,000 plus a cut of television 9 ; C
I performance.
I radio and other proceedsIf HIS ORCHESTRA
Jacksonville Braves. He said: team who was striken onboard
"Whatever it takes to bring a''I a plane will play basketball he would meet former champ 31-15-49 t

winning team to the city, we I' again according to nnounce-a Fulmer In Utah in late July. 459-55- .z.

will get it." He did not fall back I ments made by his doctors. It FORMER ATHLETE George Gainsford, Robinson's I

en his word, that is exactly was feared at one time that the PENS LOVE NOVEL .manager sent a return message Sometime; he' up ..

what he did. basketball career of Stokes had saying, the time and place Is Sometime: he's down SPECIALI I
He adds, subtract
THE FLORIDA STATE -LEA come to an end. The tan star Is acceptable "only add one zero He wttrk It aU around

GUE has another Jaxon as president still confined at St. Elizabeth I to your guarantee _

The president I a Julian Hospital In Covington, Kentucky. NEW YORK-Ken Lipscomb, aI Boxing hasnt been. a million- Coming Attractions Teenage MatineeSUNDAY -

Jackson one of the most familiar ED BAEBAHITO, who suffer. former member .of the "Harlemlobetrottera" dollar gate attraction. in more 97-14-77.

sports figures in the city. ed a broken leg last season will basketball team than, two decades, i*. .

The name of :Julian Jackson Is be back at third base for the has signed a contract for the 4 TO 7P. M.P08IIVLLY .

prominently known among base- Jacksonville Braves when the season publcation of his love novel

ball and football fans. He was opens. Barbarito Is one of Duke Cassanova," with the Ex- NEWS BRIEFS NO ADULTS

t connected with the Jacksonville the most popular players among position Press of New York. The

Beach Sea Hawks,* the Gator both colored and white fans over book deals with the loves and Tour

t Bowl Association and now presi to wear a Jacksonville uniform. passions of a young writer who Is SOUTH AFRICA CHURCH ADMISSION : . . sec

trying to find himself TO NAME NEGRO BISHOP
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The former Globetrotter star STOCKHOLM Swedish

was with: the team more than ten, :Missionary Church In South

-years ago ,and later served as an Africa for the first time will

I announcer for the team. He !snow elect a Negro .ace its head, the .Regular Jam SessionSunday

i recreation director for the Swedish Lutheran Church weekly,

s Los Angeles County Departmentof "Our Church". said.

0 Parks and Recreation, where An editorial,by the chief editor Lucky BY Day ASTROLOGY* Lucky Colon Night From 9 P. M. Until -

his duties have ranged from an- said the ,election of a new bishop .

nouncing to editing a monthly ol the Swedish Zulu Church of I In Your WeaklyHOROSCOPE
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magazine. outh Africa in May will assume I GUIDE
Lipscomb Is a free lance writ "
"historical importance. Bead $2.00 for your Horoscope
esHe. wrote and produced a The new Negro bishop will succeed Guide with lucky numbers COMING NEXT WEEKI!

T3l s yang hag wtllebontxire number of stage shows duringhis the late Swedish bishop, lucky days lucky colon.

four World War 2 years bathe Erik Sundgren. The, governmentof Unclose:: a stamped envelope.0 .
Air Corps. The former bas- South Africa Is vigorously STARTING MONDAY. APRIL 7

Chat tuu ketball star was born In 1921 In pursuing a policy of racial segregation -0-

Berkley, California He attended .

: kk1t11 San Diego State College. North- Little Junior Parker
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Speare School of Radio and TV. GUILTY OF BED OATH LIE ZODIAC AND'Bobby

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S e court Jury found a New Orleans P. 0. Box 782Jacksonville '
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"Wake'Up and.Read" was the labor leader guilty. last weekof 1, Fta.' Blue" Bland
theme of National Week "
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observed at Florida A and M Communist. Name ....................... -
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Chemistry Clubs win be held the International Longshoremen'sand Birthday .................... t t '/ "
at Florida.A endM University, Warehousemen's' Union in LEItOYEHOLLEY'SIDRtYE.-IIV' =BAR B- QUE ,

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Page Eight __ THE FLORIDA STAR .. Week Ending Saturday April 5. 1958

Bolden, president .and: music director B. H. Hartley Counselor and di-

HELP WANTED FOR YOURDRTKER'SLLICENSES MUSIC .COUEGEORGANIZED I ; Mrs. Bertha Bolden, vice rector of Religious .affairs and

MAIDS. COOKS president and cisfcier; Mrs. Net Attorney E. C. Eaves, Legal
.,. .
-- ,, t HOUSEWORKERS ..... *,._..-* .. NOn *-" Off The .Block INJACKSONVILLE' tie A. 'E. ''Whitfield, secretary' advisor.

,', Needed: at once' for steady ..LearningTo". :-.. Drive; Chips :i and treasurer: Elz'e L. Jrhrson,
positions with private families AJAX' "'; director, of Public Relations; Rev. REFRIGERATORSS

.". age 21 to,45 will live-In on the premises US*' West: th"Street !. r* V ICE D
0"'Ioclern .
with ,own room, meals -r f R r 1''*
your "EL n. 446S9 by "jay jay"We AND-
and all privileges salaryto '\ furnished!! room. Hot and
start up to $200 per month n M i "/0nf! ui the REPAIREDCALLPO.4.0127

..transportation to New YorkIs GEORGE. 'L. FERPENA, DIr. Circuit Court: 0 f Flod"( Du- cold water. Use of Telephone
advanced and a good job 1411 West 19th Street 1 Lhct
guaranteed. Write ...,;.. Florida can never get accustomed to these early Easters. Here it the Circuit Court of Florida Du- from bus line. ELgin 57176.

Domestic Supply "Box S23 is Just a few days past "April Fools Day" and its time for the old val County Jacksonville, Florida,

lakeland Florida or phone Easter Bonny. From the weather outside. we thought that Mother granted to Bcldei's: Studio of music

Mutual 14131. and its Board of Directorsa
Nature was playing an "April Fool's" joke oa..us. The calendar and 4 FOR SALE!

the thermometer were far apartjSo much for, the weather its time charter to operate as a Legal ,

HOMES to try on the duds I bought to wear in the Easter Parade. Educational Institution, not for DUPLEX FOR SALE AT A SPECIAL BARGAINI!

Many- colored Jaxons who view profit, with all the rights and 1843 18C5 West 23rd Street

MODERN MASONRY--: ed the preceedings thought they I privileges as that of any nonprofit Good Investment, Rent one side and live In the other side.
IF YOU -:- HOMES -:- were talking about pictures from Harper and others who are driving educational institution in PRICED RIGHTI! . 5500.00
Florida and the United States of
titles un- fellows We mean
Mars. The were very the "little

, WANT OUT OF DEBT. Built on our lot. Reasonable familiar. I remember 'Th e the little domestic and foreigngas America. ..v FOR RENT .

Below" which won the The granting of this charter
Enemy savers.
down payment E-Z 5209 Avenue "B" 1025 Walnut Street
award for best special effects, Norma Ruth Solomon and makes it the first Music Collegeto
Lovely apartment hot and Apartment for rent. Hot and
terms as low as $49.50 per The Joker Is Wild" which featured Kerna McFarland are really driving ever be established by Ne-
-- cold water. AH modern. cold water.
month. Sinatra singing "All The their charges in preparationfor groes in the Southern United
Price $12.50 Per Week Price $12.50 Per Week
-:- :- -:- Way", the top song and "12 the state band meets. Both States to offer courses exclusive- -

EL 6-2957 FL 9-3822 Angry Men" which was a top bands"along. with DarnellCookman ly in music. Several houses not mentioned in this ad

BUDGETCOUNSELLORS contender in many areas. These are consistent winners in Bolden's College of Music will will be shown by appointment.
flicks all played at the Rita The their divisions. operate in three divisions The RENTAL AND PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

coveted "Oscar" for designing Board of Directors are request-
Deans, and Counselors are! MARSHALL L, BROWN
YOU went to "Les Girls" which playedat ing your support for Jackson

ADVISE the Strand. All of the other making plans for the country- ville's first college of music for Registered Real Estate Broker
BORN TRANCE wide Vocational Emphasis Weekin
MEDIUM titles were Greek. In fact the Negroes.The Office Phone EL 4-1827 Res. EL 6-3486

movie house operators in "Durke- Duval County SecondarySchools. members of the board and j
ISO W. Forsyte Street Consultation by letter ville" haven't gotten around to The week will be ob- educational staff are: John H.
served April 13 thru 20. The
showing last ,years award win-
PHONE: ELGIN 84145HELPWANTB This Week only 20 cents week's activities win end with
ning "Around The World In
the 3rd annual open house of
Eighty Days" and many of last

:- years tap winners. We hope to the Duval County Vocational

eee "Raintree County", OOSoyanora" High School. I AFRIENDWelcome I
Marshall Brown has given up
ELMER WALKER "Witness For The Prosecution"
the ghost and has been a marriedman
and "Bridge Over The
some three weeks '. Paul
1830 CalTert N.W.
River Kwai" before the year is .
Sheely went down for the countin .

Washington 9. D. C. over. quiet ceremonies last Saturday

The John Wahlngtons of West .,
MALE or FEMALE Seventeenth Street had to set a
For the Jimmy Butlers its a
new date for their House Warm
MAKE Celestine's illness forced boy. Jimmy is a postal transpor-
ing. a tation clerk. The missus is the To Jax Golfers And Friends
change in plans for the long awaited -

MASONS e>ent. It was originally former Muzette Moton. Congratsto For 4th "

$16800A : scheduled for Easter Sunday nlte. all. Annual Gate City Op..llTropicana

Celest&ne was confined to the The Club ElDorado announces

SHRINERSELKS' hospital for a few days but is on that Lonzie B. Jones is the new

WEEK! the mend now. manager of the club and its

facilities. "Coast To Coast" Jonesas Lounge & Package Store
We really enjoyed a treat the
the is known
t new manager
other night. We were the guestsof
+C brings a wealth of experience as
r the management of National MYRTLE AVENUE A T 21ST STREET
a caterer and mixologist to the
Beautiful Silver Theatre Enterprises and took in
Sterling job.| He has formerly served asMatre
Prepalring EnvelopesOur Emblems the Robinson-Basilo fight. Big
'1>" at the Hut in San
instructions tell how $2.50 each or 3 for $6.50 screen T-V is so realistic that I Diego, the officers club at Quan
the set cuts off when the action
-:- prepaid -:-
Enclose Stamped envelope
tico Marine Base and Skipper'sDock
gets good just like your living
Satisfaction Guaranteed
or New London. Conn. He
WriteEWELL room set does. At the fight the
Money Refunded at famed
was also captain the
picture> left us at the beginningof
---o- Moulin Rouge in Les Vegas. Jones
FARLEYBox the 15th round. Since we are
specialty is mixing pretty drinks
H. C. HITCHCOCK familiar with such antics by T.V
for the ladies and tasty drinks
--- -
71 152 Crescent Drive sets, we just sat back and twiddled ,
for the men.. We can vouch for
Hlgb plant. Kentucky II CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO II I our thumbs. Even though a his "Brandy Alexanders". The
nice price was charged, many ;
Club also invites members out
fans came out and we think the
to take advantage of the "two
audience gave the management
STARTS SUNDAY BOTH FIRST RUN for one' special which is a regular j
RITZ r of the theatre a feeling of satis-
faction.At Wednesday night feature.

Tis said something about an 1
the Ritz Theatre, "Sad-
ill wind that blows nobody any r.
prtunt r, y dle The Wind" featuring Robert
good. Well the joint strikes may
SA1 JAMES r Taylor and Julie London is play. I
blow evil for some but we hope
ing. The story is another of the
they blow good for us. We need j x r.v
super high class westerns Hollywood -
bout four days of rain so that
is turning out.
our streets! in colored
r iRf The New Berlin Outboard Club
ville will be normal. Jackson-I
THE STORY Cll.UllllIA has been invited to compete against .
Mr and Mrs. Charlie
= NO TIP the Club Mobile Outboard
OF TODAY'S : bring their Annies home, they
Club Sunday afternoon at Alta.'
*GET LOST" :': "\ will find out why our cars rattle
.1 monte Springs.
[GENERATION! u and our side-wall tires stay f
The races are the last of the .

4 q rwROBERT VAUGHN activities scheduled for the'gala..I dirty.We must give our mayor credit r r H' yy;'

AKA-Kappa Weekend.Oh w ..
for the energy he expended try
WEDNESDAY"THE RAWHIDE TRAI?' yes the water skiers will be ing to keep the buses running so Exterior View Of Tropicana Lounge & Package Store

in action also. 0t .
that we could get to work. On
Curtis Taylor is busy as a bee
the other hand he
and the coun-
getting ready for the annual
SPECIAL EASTER Gate City Golf Tourney Each dl have exerted little or no Enquire Ba.r &

HOLIDAY HITS! UNTAHED It I GIRLS OF tHE year many of the visiting golfers cab energy strike.in 'In trying fact,to Mr.settle Marvin the Lounge

PACK GANGL make the Country Club their
flatly refuses to mediate with
headquarters. Genial Curtis is al- .4 .:.a y U'4 i 8TH & DAVIS STREETS
ROOSEVELT anyone. It will be his way or
ways ready to meet his
legionof _.
no way at all! ,- ;11 -
o.pp friends at "the nineteenth
S .
Every Jaxon should read Chap
holeAs for me" 'I "am not the
: ter No... 22339 Laws of Florida
athletic type so I am contentto
1 SMASHINGNEW Acts of 1943"which gives the
wait ,til, the, boys come, in and ,
ACTION L Council the right to regulate
Na play the 19th hole with Ken
public transportation in Jackson-
HITS! Knight and Ye Editor.J. .
ville. The bill also the ,
D. Brooks passed
ADULTS Only 40c
present holder of cab permits
out to the ,Ribault Lounge. He
Children 15cJax
broad and unlimited powers to iii.y
was on his to discuss I ti
way some
Biggest Movie Bargain. control local cabs. As early as -
"prospects"Yith Lewis "Wash.
i 1954 a Negro applied for a permit -
tub" King the washomat
OlE mag. I
and was given the old run-

.. 'ESHJ 4 nate. a-round. It is also peculair that H

dOTGtri'r1 d t John Hadwick of Schaeffer Joe the cab and bus companies en- N
.. r
OR rV1 Garnett of Bud. Henry Jenningsof joy the same monopoistie type

WALMLIFSDABFD Millers. J. T. Reed of Schlitz franchises and that both re-

THEY \ and an of the other suds driver- tain the same corporation lawyerand

salesmen are hoping for warm that said lawyer is reputedto

t MUMMU nowcnw weather and "beer season". Not be the political wheel in this
186141OF'lS6 THRILL GIRLS worrying about the weather is *
WEST OF THEHIGHWAY town. In a crazy mixed up wayit .: -
Hugh Gregory of Schenleys who all makes sense. We don'tknow ,

TO( TAKING is still plugging "Champion, BOUT just who's dancing-to who's Aw

c& @ 4 HER bon. Isiah White and Nip Sams music but we know for sure the

,s THfiUS are also busy as bees spreadingthe parties ain't concerned about the 1!

CUJir IffiJS WITHOUT word of their products. tune me and you want played.

= 'M SHAMEI About Town: Joe McCray, the Our sympathy goes out to

N&I'DAm'EDI.'InU'1JSml S TEENAGE KILLERS...! Presto-Pride seDJog postman Is Vivian Jefferson in the loss of

IWII.BIS Ia abeD, for a whDe Alta. her husband Amos..,Amos, a well-

mae BichardMo, gal Friday at known flgura'..on the .Blocks, was

)1DIZITE the Star Is back from, a weekend associated with Dan Joyner. He
in&Baml and Is fan of praise had been'111 for a abort time. r: YGi '

&.. WIIi"... :. Sob the':Marie Otj Louis Back .in circulation after-,a few qtr r

& IdSTIBB' BIT8 Gutayard,' to&atr Bid ttmSg months rest Is Jessie "Booger ,
Qlf :
.8 SHADOW"'e '-- """ -: ( was caBpd hee*>. oa accooct elSSaem )(an'" Brown. Jessie is-also asso- Interior View,.Of Beautiful. Enquire Bar &. Lousge

CALHOUN tm of a sister. The popular' dated with,Don -1' \

KID" rotemnttt, .(SodaBy .Bpeakfac) 'The on y way we can show our .

..- TAMMY"EZTHA1 wffl be GIlt of the dV for about disapproral of the City Oocndl's

.... Qaxsrs w.W.. BOBDTOONBZKUO two Jerry wseloL la. rd. did awarding of pinna to :ladrriduals Fiuettt'Plaeeil'-.To
not Join the is to
and let them know we II Jax Vitii

!' FIGHT FILM ports ear. net 1Jut.jc8ed Maarles. are mad. la-orde to- vot*_. JOG vY l
l at I'-J'IIi.lfu4'KeGrWeaver. .
.. : umx.RASCALS -.t' register.- Bosk art' open

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