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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 12, 1958
Publication Date:


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Two Florida For Failure i

A for& violating M students Tallahassee's who were jailed busswat To Act

assignment law were freed .

Ly, City Judge John Rudd on.

( ... .J Ili recommendation of the City Com.

4 < s Vg ( mission.the The remaining judge said 4"9 days in suspending sentenceof In Bus And Taxi Tie-Up .

e Johnny Herndon and LeonardD.
!': '%k r k Speed that they were the vic ,

tms of circumstances and acted

under the influence of "person -

and organizations who gave little

or no consideration. of the public MAN SUSPECTED OF KILLING

Herndon and Speed were placedon

,AILS STRIKING :CABDRIVERS, In these days Commission one, year called probation.an The unprecedented City- BOOTLEG CAB OPERATOR HELD :FOR ITS FAILURE TO ACT .

when there emergency to
suclji an urgent need for unity meeting re-
Negroes ,and manifestation of the spirit of among commend the clemency action. i

another. the FLORIDA STAR takes pride helping in saluting one The,commission acted upon the Criminal Investigation officers have arrested a* Jacksonville TO PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION .

Mrs. Daisy Ford well-known restauranteur who has been petition of Francisco Rodriguezof man suspected. of killing Arthur Richardson a box .

providog the ,striking. colored cabdrivers with dinners Tampa. Florida, attorney forthejNAACPi factory ''worker who had been- operating a ,"bootleg" taxi pA i' ..

daily since the second, day oft the strike ,which-- 'h ; service during the. current" strike 01;.city:4>us and taxi .cab By Staff -Correspondent -. '-
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'" Jin..30. _. V .,-..: "; *, -V ..VHer '- ter; W-o'You Can Vote- Police,are holding Edward Eu. ; The blame for falling to provide the pubic wlih iranjporiatlon y
unselfish consideration and helpful .cj:>>cooperation. genesPaui"ding. : 25, of 717 Jefferson -, WOMAN IS FREED and for stalling In granting authority to operate-
with members of her race in a struggle for survival: in Street, in Duval 10 taxicabs for Negro ''citizens during the current strike of
these times when so many others::are only concerned with PENSACOUMAN for homicide investigation County; jail OF MURDER CHARGEST dry bus driver and Negro,taxicab drivers was laid squarely

their. own welfare deserves the highest praise.. on the heads of the majority faction of the City Council
:The,38-year-old Richardson who AUGUSTINE 1:11": "l'nOW'A"........ ,.. _'_'I..
Mrs. Ford is the proprietor' of Bubba's Coffee Shopat A murder & --caz u.A'
617 'West ''Ashley Street one of the city's finest eating ADMITS BOGUS lived at 3425 Lee.:Street had been charge against Eula B. Whitfieldin Councilman John P. King, a

places for more than 15 years: FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. shot twice, once Inn the 'chest and the' death last week-end of member of the minority group, facing Negro citizens, was G. I*

once in the right cheek, accordingto John Rice, 47, was dismissed at issued a scathing denunciation of Williams.

CHECK PASSING Criminal Detectives, H. L. the preliminary hearing held in the majority group of the council Williams said there is a great
They noticed a group of youths Sands and R. P. McCauley.Richardson's St. Augustine. which he said "sat silently and clamor among the Negro population -

L YOUTHHFJLD loitering around a 1956 automobile body was found Police said Eula Whitfield and allowed a condition to exist in for relief in the transportation -
in front of Matthew W. near his car and a 32 revolverwas Jacksonville that is '
John Rice, about 45, were drinking intolerable! emergency. "If you can'ttake
Gilbert High School. MOBILE Ala. A 21-year-old clutched in his hand.It in a West King Street bar King called for immediate action -. care of this office," he told

FOR CAR THEFf When they stopped'to talk toj Pensacola man was arrested last was reported from the Criminal when an argument developed.Miss by the group the same I the councilmen, "we all will know
the boys Smith acted
suspiciouslythe Thursday for carrying a pistol Investigation Department that : Whitfield later left the bunch which pushed through the hut I think you can take care
---- --- officers said They checked late last April 13,
without! a permit and under Thursday night bar. Rice is said to have followed last increase of bus fare adding -iof it"Members
the tag number of the Smith -
Jimmy Lee Smith of 1015 EL car Spaulding hired Richardson to
her down the street where the : "We can get another bus
E, First" Street was taken Into claimed as his and the license questioning told: a tale of forgery take him home from a night argument started again. company and another cab com- of the City Councilare
custody last Tuesday and is being proved to be registered to a and theft in six states, police and later to rob I
spot attempted
Severalitnesses testified that pany They have not carried : Clyde C. Cannon, Elbert II.
held in County jail on charges of Johnny Fort. paid.. him. During the scuffle that out the John 1-. F.
ensued the victim attacked Miss Whit terms of their franchise." Ilendricks King, Cecil<<
automobile theft driving withouta Smith was arrested with registration Henry Whittle Jr. both men were shot but '' James 51. Peeler, IlobertIS.
was arrested'hi1e only j field before she stabbed him. Exposing the majority faction's II..owe..
license and illegal display of :and insurance papers .Be : driving; to Pensacola in a Richadson's wounds proved fatal. j do! nothing policy and its stalling Roberts, Lemuel Sharp J. M.
a car license. longing to A. A. Saunders 3044 j I -
The clue leading to the captureI strategy of the Sweat and Ralph N. Walter
referring matterto i
\ Duval County Deputy Sheriffs I J Cadinal Dr., Augusta, Georgia, car he rented last night in New of te ,suspected:! killer was givento BARN DANCE SET the transportation composedof Members of the Committee
Joe MCCone and Willie McCone and Weston e he
VVestpn crec admit.
I the office of Chief Criminal TO AID STRIKING majorty/members King demanded Laivs and Itulefonn the :Majority. :
said siu ble fon.suspect in Augusta, and found ted
they <
passing four bogus checks DeputyMel Drane by a man to know why the committee They are: Ralph N. Walter,
accidentally: il w e r. that thItems e papers,plus eYeral other CAB DRIVERS
they e whose
yesterday at name is Adams, Chairman
New after
has Lemuel
Orleans, one to a taken no action to. ; Sharp, Robert
I stolen] from
cruising along Franklin Street.Saunders'were', car in Augusta.recently rent the car., coat and wallet belonging to I DINAII WASHINGTONSINGS relieve the transportation situa: R. Roberts James M. Peeler and
Mobile Richardson had been found. tion. The council took Clyde C. Cannon.
I Also. found in the car. were two County Deputies Wil FOR CABBIESAT no action:
I1:1nJackson The suspect was picked up at JAX PALMA on William B. Langley's request: John P. King Is the only
SPECIAL ELECTION wrist: watches, several pawn : and M. E. Hester
the Mayflower Hotel I. after information for a hearing on his application I member who has definitely
I tickets, a miniature camera, a said they saw the vehicle 'wev.fag' ; Barn Dance to aid the
SLATED FORSUPERINTENDENT had'been ''received from to operate lo'taxicabs for Negrocitizens. stated that he Is the minority.
two and several Lincoln
guitar hubcaps along U.S. Highway 90, near striking and New Deal I I
: blank checks. Theodore: driven bya Negro man. Spaulding's wife ;concerning the Cab drivers will be presentedat It deferred action, on Register NOW-So You Can .Vote

AND SCHOOL It. was learned later by the They radioed for information whereabouts of Edward Eugene the Palm Ballroom, Tuesday the request for authority to operate -1
officers that the car Smith the car andwere told it was Spaulding, chief Drane said, night, April 15. the cabs, for s. second time, [FUNDS VOTED

BOARD TRUSTEES claimed was 'his had been stolen rented from New Orleans. Register NOW-So You.Can Vote The featured attraction will over the protest of councilman _.
from Brooks Motors Inc., 823 be Dinah Washington, Queenof King. The request was melTed J
A referendum (a special Laura Street. The tag on the Whittle They stopped it and found Rhythm and Blues and' one once agan to the council's special ,FOR NEW NEGRO
election will be held within a white man, lying in .
OFFICERS NAB attorney "for study and an early;
car had been removed from Fort's the of the leading: recording' artists .
60 days probably Slay 26, to rear seat.. The Negro man report", along .with Langley'samniended j:
in the country. She will be
determine the public views on car.Officers was identified as a hitchhiker and I to
McCone and Weston I supported by Eddie Chambleeand application operate OCALACOLLEGE
phases of administration of was charged with driving withouta BAKERY
the Duval County school sys said Smith was using a driver's license.A MAN .IN IS rock and roll band in 10 "taxicabs."

license and social security card one of the nation's hottest Robert W. Gray,
tem. representing
belonging to Calhoun Malphus. of the car and of nightclub musical attractionstouring !' Langley, defined ataxicar" :: TALLAHASSEE- The Cabinet
Citizens will be asked to uncovered a pistol a .
4075. Old Kngs Road. 'the country. '
The Davis Street last
j 'Bakery 1421 as a vehicle with Tuesday authorized a new
vote on the following questions: I Smith: was.held without bond check-writing machine checkstotaling' Davis Street was entered last Tickets are being sold by city for eight passengers.capa-I state junior college for Negroesin

office Whether of school they superintendent want the i Register NOW-So You Can Vote $160 in Whittle's more, than wallet.$1.000 and Sunday night by a man who was members of the Cab DrivenUnion said a 1943 law granting a Ocala and called for early

found sitting ina chair when I at a cost of ,90 cents virtual monopoly fo hold.'I sale of $2,900,000 in bonds fora
to remain elective or become ;POLICE Under questioning Whittle admitted police arrived apiece. Prceeds from the dance era of local taxicab francises j branch state office building '
an appointive position. TAPSHOPIOT passing bad checks in ,
Police will benefit the striking cabdrivers defines |in{ Miami.
were.called by a witness a taxicab vehicle'
Whether they desire to Memphis, Term. West as a
I Memphis who .who are maintainingbeadquartera for i The Cabinet Board of 'Educa-
was his
sitting Jn car near seven
abolish school trustees. Ark. Norfolk, Va, passengers. :
Indianapolis, on Kings Rd. > Uon chose Ocala
I the bakery after as the site for
The election win be open to + Ind., New Orleans and in Penn.. ,hearing break.lag across from the Lincoln and Cray said the taxicar" application
a new
junior college to serve
freeholders only. t sylvania. He.ado, confessed tosafe glass. The ;witness said after was made so council could
i New Deal Cab pnige. r Marion, Citrus and Levy counties.
In the event'the voters can cracking efforts. hearing the'glass he looked inside "realize it was not limited in
: Clarence Allen business I t will be- located. next door to
the man
for the school superintendentto INTO CUSTODY bakery and .saw a handing out a franchise. unless it
be appointed the responribnity Register1 NOW.So'Yoa Can Vote sitting Inside, it was then -that agent for";;the colored cab driv. came within the purview of the the Ocala Negro High School and
.. he called police. ers' onion has issued an announcement 1943 act." serve an estimated 245 students.
for inning the post wffl ,. "
The Cabinet also
When thanking" citizens approvednew
rest with the .school board., A 23-year-old woman was arrested police arrived: .- they said Asked by council for; his opinion
; 3:45 pjn. when she started for their 'of leases for out-paient alcoholic
to they. found' splendid support"
W AceyWffliams, of on the laxicar"
W. Brant Is the present last Monday April 7, aDdis application city
leave, the store she bad dress 1943 thQ drivers and asked their, treatment clinics in Jacksonville -
a Louisiana: Street
school superintendent He took being held for petty, larceny Apt A. Attorney William R. Madison said .
in.he; 'handbag, that, she.did not titling inside the in co tIDude- cooperation by attending and Tampa.FLORIDA.
office bakey a he doubted
by the
In Cloth
;January' 1967, foBow. shoplifting: at the Diana, .. request as written
pa* Jor. -, the ,andpurchasing
Ban Dance
fef: Us. election III ,November I in g Store No. ,2 W. ,i\jrayth St. < chair; The'ofttcera'al8o'found the now would be exempt from provisions
.of .that ."'ear. .Tri tees .are Mrs. M. Youngue, manager of WrKYoungue,: said she. called glass- panel.of1: :the .hack .door : ticket: from she of the %taxicab law. Be
Morgan F. Jones J..*L Cfcappaa tbe atore told police Verha' Lee police, and'-Vernac Lee was- put broken-to gain entry.iPoMce'saidWiafems drivers; i.He said it would probably have to A STAR

Manta c. HstdeB Jr. Higbtower of 1205 Mncrief Road, Jail for,.shoplifting.' ) .',appeared?to be':drta: said..bam, da&oe ooctaxne* be "rephrased." .I r-v 'V ,., IN EVERY j

-rasshopping'to'the Tiers'J."about''-ta par9 n1 "a'" It., :.'YI.. i-Hajreyto* ,"Patrolmen de D":Jfikek)and 'It! tde.order et..Abe. ,night.., Also calling or I action to r!: j* i

r-' '1 I.s.!. '." .j : ::.1 1 :: -- line the transportation'problem! 'COiGRED/HOME/ :!
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FLORIDA: STAR .', ; "P'H As Usual"

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NEWS Eric Stapeoa
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Published by The Florida_ .Star Publishing Co. .


1323 Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL 4-6783 President Says Need Is For

Downtown Branch Office: 423_ Broad Street Phone EL 4-3773 UNITED Coordinated Registration Effort
Mailing Address: TAMPA, Fla. The Florida State Conference of JfAAGP

P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville! 1, Florida = NATIONS Branches was Issued a call for a 'coordinated Registration Effort"

Eric O. Simpson ..............1........................Editor to Increase the number of registered Negro voters and to off-set

O. Parham Johnson .........'.................... ..New Staff
ORGANIZATION caused the failure of registered voters to participate In
Altamae Richardson. ........... ............Circulation Dept. J. purges by
elections during the past two years.

Member of Associated Negro Press Rev. A. Leom Lowry, presidentof

SUBSCRIPTION RATES the Florida Conference" of a "crisis," Rev. Lowrv said. that
One Year. $5.00; Half Year $3.00; Three Months. $1.80 NAACP Branches said that the helping to put the project into

Mailed To ,You. Anywhere In The United States. need Is 'urgent for each Negro action will be Robert W. Saunders -

Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Uiecks or Money Orders To: leader and all organizations of NAACP executive for Fie

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE I, FLORIDA which Negroes are a part to rida. "We also expect to have

coordinate their efforts to the Director of Voter Registration
the drive for registration -
strengthen: for NAACP, John M. Brooksto
CANNOT TRUST in Florida." '
EIGHT STATES J "All NAACP give aid in the State," ho

Branches in concluded.

,WITH U. S. SCHOOL FUNDS Florida ore now
: JAM i geared to do ,
j c !b
aW their civic duty.
The officials of I I :
eight southern 'states cannot be trustedto They will aid in
administer type of federal assistance to education : ,
any -
: setting up coordinated -
without anti-segregation safeguards, an NAACP official 9 registration IS YOUR

told a Congressional subcommittee here. drives and

Clarence Mitchell, director of the Association's Washington are called to set NAMEIN

bureau, testified before the House subcommitteeon up committees to

special education on April 2. He enumerated the eight give guidance to

states with untrustworthy officials as Alabama, Arkansas, I registration THEBOOK .
Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina
and Virginia.He drives" the Rev. ?

cited a letter from NAACP Executive Secretary SIMPSON Lowry stated. i

Roy Wilkins to ,Marion B. Folsom, Secretary of Health, IF,IT IS TO MAINTAIN ITS PUAPOS& THE ONLY ANSWER FOR SOUTH AMERICA "The 'Conference Is especially

Education and Welfare, in which Mr. Wilkins warned that Interested in existing conditionsIn I

"any government plan for assistance to the states in the Gadsden, Liberty, Union, Tay-
form of grants for scholarships, teacher training, and other lor and several other Counties
methods of reducing the waste of talent should not sub- where Negro registration does
subsidize a system which has stifled talent the I
among Your Weekly not measure up to the total population
children and of American families
youth 4,000,000 exceptfor for those Counties," The
a handful of hardy, persistent and fortunately placed .NAACP president commented .

individuals." Horoscope Guide I As examples of what he meant, I II

"We ask that no state be given any funds unless its I I"Rev. Lowry pointed out that in I

appropriate officials pledge that they will be spent in con- : WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Gadsden County, only 5 i Negroes 1- -
formity with the requirements of the U.S. Supreme Court I were registered although the Negro _
decisions of May 17, 1954, and May 31, 1955, in the school BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL population is 49% of the I

desegregation cases,' he asserted. total number of residents there. VOTERS MUST

Mr. Mitchell cautioned subcommittee members that By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER He also pointed to Liberty County

"at some point, the Congress must decide i to! call a halt. to .where only one Negro remainson

the wanton program of using federal money to promote .... ARIES LEO SAGITTARIUSBorn the registration books. BE REG1ST&ED
illegal school programs of racial segregation" .. ,
Born Marchilst Thru April 21st Born July 24th Thru August 23rd .
No3rd Thru Dec. 21st "We consider the task of registering
"Now is the time to act he added, pointing out that
Be sure to make the most of Look for improved understanding im-
"Congress cannot ignore ,the extension pattern bf 'tax-sup-' I There is likely to be a strong citizens as being an BY AUGUST 10
beneficial ties with your mate with loved ones and elders portant function. Having' won the
ported defiance in some areas of the country, desire for short trips and visits
allies this intervaL under this You be
partners, or during transit. may legal fight for Negro suffrage In
The NAACP's legislative specialist noted that a Chicago They can make you strong pleasantly surprised by the throughout most of April. Someof the South we must help In any
last month estimated that 'southern states have man-I
newspaper In coping with problems of the ner in which some old ties these can produce gratifying legitimate way to continue the TALLAHASSEE Any Flo.
spent more than two million dollars in- attempts to defy moment, particularly during the f&tion are reestablished, partl- results for' particularly around registration processes he said. thin citizen. who hopes to vote ,
the Supreme Court decisions banning segregated public you -
first week and the last ten daysof I .tiarly around the 1st, 15th, 20th, The leader of the State NA. In the Nov. 4 general election
schools.He. the 19th, 20th, 21st and
noted also that in Mississippi the state legislature the month You appear generally -i or 29th. Don't let fear or pessi-\ ACP remarked that participation must be registered by 5 pjn.

has had under consideration "a proposal to let a private lucky in regard to personal I mism work against you in your 25th. Contracts and decisions at I by his organization would be Aug. 10, Atty. Gen. Richard

organization, the White Citizens Council, fight desegregationwith money affairs and the acquiringof j approach to happiness; dealings these times will work out well. strictly on a non-partisan basis. Ervin ruled Tuesday.
tax money." some longed-for items around I with children or dear ones, now Give special attention now to He reitterated that National and Erin advised James L. Graham

"Unless there are appropriate safeguards against illegal the 1st, 4th, 7th, 10th, 11th, and Try to put the past into proper correspondence, discussions with state policy prohibits the recom- Jr. attorney for the Sate

expenditures of federal money, we may discover too late 12th, Some appeal to your sym- perspective lest it interfere with ethers calls zation or candidate for public Assn. of Supervisors that under
that funds intended for public education have been divertedto pathies may prove rather costly. your pursuit of creative activities any you receive. mendation of any political organi- the new September primaries,

supporting the White Citizens Council in Mississippi or 'at this time. and heart's desirts. Don't be disturbed by aggressive office. "We are only interestedin the registration books must be

some other private organization that promotes segregation," 490558953493TAURUS 2-70-66- 8-64-278 tactics on the part of relatives getting people on the books closed from :5 p.m. Aug. 10 to
so that they can vote in all 9 p.m. Nov. 10.
Mr. Mitchell cautioned. or ,neighbors.
elections," Rev. Lowry said. Citizens nil not be able to
9-50-11 43-IS-951 !
register for the general electionin
I VIRGOBorn The State Conference will follow -
November unless they have
Born April 21st Thru Slay 21st I Aug. 24th Thru Sept. 23rd the program by calling on
I qualified to vote In their party
You should, therefore consider Good dates for these pursuits CAPRICOIL&m ah Church groups, clubs and lay '
c these dates as marking generally ere the 1st, 15th, 17th, 20th, and leaders to put the registration I' primaries.The .
Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 20th ; first election is
YOUR NEWSPAPERS good periods for advancement of 29th. As you approach the end of project into action. An affective
your personal interests, particu- the month, the 30th may bring Try to recognize the need for get-out-the vote program is also II scheduled for Sept. 9 which
means that the books must
larly those relating to businessurd you social or financial problemsthat saving something out of anythingyou being planned to keep persons
close on Aug. 10.
matters, rela require patient handling and registered.
earn, and rely upon the good The second primary will beheld
tions with friends or social foresight. Try to avoid gettingout '
aspects of Mars to your ruling Calling the situation with regards on Sept. 30.
groups, improvement of income on any limb in dealings with
: planet around the 19th, 20th, and to Negro voters in Florida t.
from occupation. There Is a your: mate or others under this I ; 1
good possibility however, that transit.. Be particularly cautiousin 21st to provide you the best dates

these times may only manifest money dealings, any risk to for necessary or important spend- LET'S
as periods when you experiencesome your security or belongings, on I ing. Saturn continues its transitof

personal indisposition or the 15th, 17th, and 30th. your solar twelfth house, and

strong sense of fatigue, particu- 9--50-33 4831-953 from this position, it uses your MEN & WOMEN WANTEDTo

larly towards the -end of the attention upon private affairs,
Become Part Of A
month, when you seem to need the accumulation of work or oth- Strong OrganizationThat 1

extra rest. LIBRAnom er roblems. The latter date can Will Work For ProgressO

1a -$ -:%-% -21-338 & pt. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd I prove: significant in handling major .
business or personal contracts
Its good aspects to other plan
I and decisions. ARE YOU INTERESTED?
ets on the 4tk, 11th, and 29th I
May 22 Thru June %btThe'Impact promise you some beneficial developments -I %

,of Friends' or change .where your personalaffairs HAIL TO DUVAL CTVIO* LEAUGE
acquaintances upon you and your and :dealings with relatives -1 AQUARIUS 2323 MONCRIEF ROAD

activities will prove very strong, or neighbors are concerned. Born Jan. 21st Thru Feb 19th
particularly during the first The over-all outlook is one
Pay close attention to these< dates I
twenty days of April. This portion if you are entering into any con- which promises a very constructive YES I WANT PROGRESS .

of the year favors your giv- tra.ts or negotiations with oth- but challenging situation Register Me As A Member Of
ing special attention to business from time to time during the
If differences arise
{ ers. during
income, and money you earn this portion of the month, try to month, particularly in midApriland THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
through occupation and profes-
A work!. out an equitable compromise from the 28th to 30th. After
sion activities. Your efforts a- the 20th there is a strong desire -
with others. Which Wm for .
long these lines can bring some for Campaign
7 changes, improvements
just rewards at a later date from in home, office, and property af Better Streets Drainage Facilities

superiors and from those who fairs. Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs

benefit from your enterprise. SCORPIO80m 3-30- 5528-- -353 Equal Job Opportunities 4

510771275517CANCER Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 22nd Negro: Doctors At Medical Ce"4r 1

The New Moon of the 18th will Better c Treatment In Star

bring some favorable influences PISCESBorn ,. A Negro YMCA Build!
into your work circle and relations Feb. 20th Thru March 20th .: General Community Improvement

1400 WRHC 1400FEATURES Bora, June 22nd Thru July 23rd with fellow employees Com- It would be a mistake for you
There la a Full Moon on the ing weeks promise you: advantages to anticipate setbacks in anyway I tai Interested is knowing, some of the other bmedtti:

3rd which will'probably provide where your, service Interests under this transit, unless you
I are concernedThere is a special 'I eaa derive from joining: the organization.Adrlse ................e
you with some clues to possible are allowing fear, jealousy, ,or re.sentment ,:
KEN KNIGHT 1 '.. emotional ''or family disturbances need after the, ,6th for you to to get the best of you.
wfcen the wffl be'beld. =:
me next
-PRESENTINGt,, in mid-momth, which we' have evaluate carefully an ,details and If: this is the case. -watcb emotional meeting .
KNIGHT TRAIN: i :-. previouslymentioned.. '''The: 'New correspondence: connected with reactions during the end of NAME, ...........?.............:.-.-,......-.'........t'........... !
B-9,.PJ4. 12.1 NIGHTLY Moon on the"18th 'helps you ,step your, emplaymeot-setup.: .This may tfc*' 'month,' particularly around r I' t._1'. .t.ttJ \

n I' ':SWEET, CHARIOT up) your efforts to attain honor require I going over past ,records the. 3t#; when'yoa" could'' let your .ADDBESS ........i..a..i. <...,.......,1 I

ISO to '1030 MONDAY tarn ?RID,? ?'.E- ort t recognition' .in gone' ctrcfe.Bowerer cr rearranging_ flies;. books,' andeorrapeadefcc feelings create some 'unnecessary '.'. ..... :4 H ,t, .-f' ) ..-ruaatA.
BLUES IN. THE KNTGHT .:. il': /, ? It''is'norif'time t0' enr ': sitw!a1 way thai cr1s& 'You1 i ,'lire now1 Inclined" to PSONE' .- .."........of..--....,,.........,..'...,......... A-n...........
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3Mtoo-1T.:=:r.J;1IOND.t.Y'Ural 81TtTFtD'lY wx J 1; rn -wffl b -iMrt'eflWerjChandling. :: tatur put some major emphasi's open
VOTBB ................
with arenta per superiors personal belongings and spending.
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$ _/ \. 4 : i ?IL Kappa Orlando Alpa Alumni psi Fraternity Chapterof

'". .." $ were host at the 8th Annual Pro.
."N t vincial Council.Registration .

1 ,p began on Thursday for the April Conclave 3 in

:{ ".. L the library of Jones
: High School
..: f'" ,.' .. ...... .....,' :1 end continued until noon of the .
L following day. H. F. Gilmore.

:r"i. i j formally opened the meeting.
1 Alpha Kappa Alpha Soros
; : met on the same day at the

\ :; :#{J \ \. : j School Washington' later Shores Elementary ,
\ ( Jj meeting with the

r '.. /I v\1 '.: "..c'-.' .. :,', ... .,.' .". .. 1. J ::, Kappas for the formal that is
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: to
.: ..1//>:f : :!! : v' ...: : if \. .<' >. f'A be considered one of the sea.on's
\: :> : :;,. v : .,t..1 .' '. A paramont affairs. The dance
( x brought a climax to the
: sTliiii a moneni from the festivities are the KAPPA SWEETHEART CON meeting.On .

MrsMable Flagler. Orlando; Miss Daphine Francis. Sanford; Mrs. Inez "OFFICERS OF KAPPA ALPHA PSI EIGHTH ANNUAL CONCLAVE" are: Saturday the meetings resumed -
I. S. Rhodes., Sanford: and Miss Catherine C. Willis. Henry F. Gilmore Oliver Gumbs. Calvin H. Shirley I. L. Hole C. O. Loll Everharding and a formal banquet in

--""'-" ---- -- ,..... .. Pruitt. Cecil E. Keene Charles E. Ross, Ralph Bryson and Henry W. Daniel. the evening brought the two
: 4"'W ...,..,.......v.. day
"'. .. session to
? <<:-.: :. i$ 'f. .->>:. .... =:=: x.- 'I! a close.



Spring has definitely arrived

bringing: with it many socials of
he season and promise. of more

; to come For Jaxons a pleasured

II t I.j ,. :, .'. ,. \1.4''. 4 filled week began In Orlando
.... < .. : : ,. with the
';,' .. < --.. :, .' >'" spotlight held on the

: ; ; : ..\ \ ;- Kappa, 4 and conclave 5. held there AprilS
/ : Many Jaxons attendedthe
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.. meeting and the festivity that

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', :... i ;::. .... :: ':..:.. ,'.;: :; 1 The MEETING OF OLD AND NEW FRIENDS" seemed to enhance the enjoyment busy weekend the Jacksonville
r. : 5i:::?, ,;. : : >", : ..:'**L' of the dance as seen here are: Mr. A.L. Ware. Orlando: Mrs. Amy. Currie, Jacksonville hater the Ski Club made a visit to
: : Mrs. Olivia M. Weather Buck Hill Falls. Pennsylvania Mrs. Marion Nichols. City Beautiful for an outing
'' .. :>;': :'<;'1{.. .(, (: ; : :, ;
: and
...... ';:"'*': :%::", : .:.., _..;,; .:..._.:..--0........ Y..... .... .-l Daytona; Mrs. Ruby Holt Winter Garden Mrs. Eva Holt Winter Garden: and Mrs. display of water skiing. We
A. L. Ware Orlando. are' looking forward to next years
A few of the CITY BEAUTIFUL. young ladies pause to chat with their out regional conclave

ol.townIUest..: Barbara Speights Orlando: Mary Smith, Orlando: Ruth Dunmore \. a :;;"9'4"5" b k _:'.+r'{ S .

Philadelphia Pennsylvania: Sylvia E. Lyles, Orlando: and Jacqueline Cake. Orlando. ..,... : .f.i4: t.'',,""" The members of the Alpha Iota
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,---- ----::,:-,: ;::.--'.. 7i'.h.: .y":. '<."- {; '. ::Co' ": ".< <''';?; ,'R'.y.:, ; :: : : .,. ... *;,. ._ Sigma Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta
.',r'" i< i" Sorority celebrated
(fo Day
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: :': ./ .. recently at
1 : <.. #'_ teIt Edward Waters College
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y.< .. ". T, : f!> j Soro Cora Jordan White, an
.:..,. .,.. ..:- ;> .A :.> s -- }' Ohio newspaper-woman was the
-.i.ii-: : N .'4'p:. ,.i Yr principle speaker. Following the
'" ;
.,.M<- 1 : .. program Friends of Delta enter
: '
t1 ..,. : ".. ;. ;,..... 'i f!>''t tained at a banquet in the homeof
< : u i Mrs. A. L. Lewis.Jaxoos .
: : ;: '; : S S S S S S

.. .v, ..'. .,. ..,"'' .. ,;;....' '-. .. : : not attending the meet.
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> ;;4.:; : ,-; ;t., >> < 'f' '" '" > "': t: : ,$:: ". entertainment .for .the .many
.1! :t _.<. .. r. r" ; : .,. ', t' : : .,,....., < '. t: E" ., golfers and friend were here forth
'f : ;
I. .: .- ." '. ';":,'. .,f. ., -.. t>::,. : '. Open('" Fourth Golf Tournament Annual Gate held City on

t \ r1 ..;':-- the Brentwood Municipal Golf
'\ .. .. J;. Mr. and MrsElwood
v .. .... .... ,.. .-. .. course.
(Homie Banks! Moncrief. Rd.
Ladies from various points of Florida, attending the Conclave enjoy a "FRIENDLY I 'r'fi entertainedtheir house guest Alfred -
EXCHANGE OF GREETINGS": Janie Johnson Hawthorn; Constance E. Smith, \ : (Tup) Holmes of Atlanta

Bognton Bend; Ruth C. Solomon Jacksonville; and Edna Sampson Orlando. G.. .over .the .weekend. .Mr.

lf Holmes is the former National

*b4 Negro Amateur Golf Champion
aF and is' also the winner of a beau
I tiful trophy in the Gate City

> "KAPPA'S SWEETHEART" is pictured here with some of the Officers are: Roscoe i Tournament. Dinner guest at the

\ \ I L t Webb Dr. O. S. Gumbs. Catherine Willis and Henry Gilmore. I Hanks' home included Zeke<< Harts
field an outstanding professional
I New York golfer and William

4 (Bill) Shellman, local businessman
i and a member of the Jack.

Q I Ronvllie Amateur Golfers Guild.
& I Mrs. .Banks! prepared a .delightfulmenu. -


The Ladies of the Links enter

tained golfers and their friends

{ last weekend at a buffet supper
y- '
I I .. dance at the Wilder Park Re-
t,1 :' : ;<
t'* ; : y $: .
a Lt.c- 'iA "' _: < i' t >'1 creation Center.
.c S t S
+Sg t i r, ;? Z'H b y.Ao : .4 w ,. ; '. : :--- y...: :' ;.. The Anchor Room of the attractive -

t ...",. ,..........4.i M: ,. .JOe ..s Ribault Lounge wa the
_-_____ __ ____.__ f' '.: : :' : .m .''' ;. ( ] setting for the meeting of the
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"LOCAL MEMBERS" attending the Meeting are:! Kills D. Bonner. Lougineu i l"l. .... ...._..JiIIl..... .. -. ..f : ,-. ,.. ,,,- L..:.. J Venetianettes, (Wives and Sweet-

Parsons.. George Slarkes.HI William D..Johnson James Williams" Claude Hllliard .OFFICERS OF THE ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY" attending the hearts o tv the Club Venetian" ).
I Maxie Wilson. Willie Bullard Alvin G. White. Oliver Parson George Narin. Isaac Mrs. Eliza R. Atwater was
Mrs. Marie S. Gladden Mrs. A. Cathryn Johnson. Mrs. Maiure Williams
meeting are:
for the The enjoyable -
Grayson Charles Parson. Julius Gulnyard Wallace Rasberry. William Mathis. and and Mrs. Blake. hostess meeting
John Darby.JAMES : Mrs. George Schanck. Mrs. Hattie Green Margaret menu was prepared by

the club. Mrs. Dorothy Logan
214 Florida Avenue, Miami Florida age 19 and Ivey Roberson Rt. 1, won the prize presented In the

W. JOHNSON LADIES AUXILIARY I BETHUNE'S SPRING Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS age 23. : Box 176-A. Callahan Fla., age 18. meeting. The Ventianettes was
I Ii I S 28, 1958
i 1 1I James Jones, Jr., 39 MagnoliaSt. Ned Jackson, 803 2nd Ave., S. and has added to Its membership

monthly professional meeting 1 h e meeting of District 5'!' Elementary School's j FOR \I ., age 19 and Rosetta Durham,\ Jax. Beach age 23 and LillieI I Mrs. Ruth Myers, who wa appointed
I 1032 W. Union Street age 16. I chairman of the Welfare)
of the Language Arts De- Ladies .Auxiliary* of the, Florida I'! PTA and faculty are planning I MARRIAGE t Willford. 817 Lincoln Ct., age Committee, and Mrs. Ruth Card
of James Weldon John Directors and their spring musical tea to be I *
Negro Funeral I beheld
partment Is to
3117 Haines St., NAWS Bks. ner. The next meeting
cafe. Harry Fields, Henry O. Awbrey,
held 13 in the school
son was held in the home of Mrs, I Embalmers Assn. which was i I torium April from 4-6 p.m. I age 24 and Jessie Mae Stokes, 42i NATTC, Jax., Fla., age 231 Norman Thomas, Jr.:, 1801 An. on April 22 In the home of

1 L. Grant with C. L. Lee serv. organized March 30 was held ini'! Participants in the programwill 1729 E. 27th St., age 18. I and Thelma Joe Stafford Ed.I I drson Lane, age 26 and JaniceA. Mrs. Alma Cooper 1085 W. 20th

ing as co-host. I I Hillman-Pratt Funeral Home. I include Miss Meltonia Cobb, wards Waters College Jax., age Mizell 2051 Stubbs Lane age Street. .
Mrs. Hattie D. Stewart was I Officers were installed during I guest soloist. James Weldon Diavid Lee Payne, 330 SpruceSt. 19. 21. t
I Cotillionare
the principal speaker for the I I the meeting. The officers are: Johnson School Band. Bethune's ., age 19 and Barbara Jean t Plans for the, and Junior as the date
meeting, who discussed "English Ensemble and Coral group. Lukes, 110 Oak St.. age 16. in readiness
Countries".: :1I rs. Madeline Jones chairman; Robert. B. Samuel, 928 West Leonard E. Brown 1331 Wood draws nearer we find the parti-
UJuage In Foreign A violin selection by H. W. Jenkins SHerman I
37 and Edith
:!.[rs. R. L. Jackson of the i Mrs. Lucille Bell vice chairman; I principle will be featuredon Stevens, 628 West :Monroe Street' age Street age 20 and Betty L. Houston cIpants schedule is still filled with
A. Wright. 1026V. Duval'Street, The affair is to be
much activity.
Science Department Mrs. L.Dani Miss Elizabeth Jones secretaryand the program. Church SU age 33 and Mildred 1424 W. 9th St., age 16. Ar-
iels of the Mathematics Department -! treasurer; Mrs Evelyn :J. Tables with the class color Williams, 939,W. 12th St. age 27. age 37. s S given in the Duval evening County April
of Mon Hillman reporter. The meetingwas mory on Friday
Miss F. MIckens scheme will 'represent each class- .
H. James 'Greene were the visi- conducted by Mrs Pughsley. room s Geo. Clark. 1123 W. 20th St., James Willie Button 1080 Sa-: 18 at 8:30 p.m.

crief Elementary School; and Dr. I Horace Fretman 920' Everson age! 20 and Thelca Leach Monroe far's Court age 19 and Roberta The participants are some of

tors at the meeting.GLADIOLA I St., age 27 and Eleanor:= Ramsey. 2830 Stuart St, age22.. JIae Scott, 1302 ML Herman St. the:: city's most charming ladies
Center Third and Mt Herman t i who are presently attending the

Streets. DURKEE'S' GUILD Johnny Lewis Evans Box 590,I age 18. t local high school Formal invita-

LADIES Other clubs in the city have MEETING HELDThe cession was "When Jesus Was Marrianna Fla, age 25 and Sere-. tions are not being sent this yearas
Twelve". na Jacquelyn Marshall 510 W. Jack B. Burrs Shreveport, La.., in the past but all Jaxons
PLAN ANNUAL been invited to attend the tea, ,
Easter gifts were arranged and 17th Street, age 26. cge:: 21 and Dorothy Mae Ham- have been extended the invitationto
annual tea of the Gladiola end a prize will be given to the Durkee Drive Guild met .
which is to
monde 150T Dads St., .19: "witness the event
Ladies Club will be held' April club with the largest number of I recently in the, home ,of _Mrs sea I.t4J? the.,children'. 'jn Brewster t ...1. age. fce'-the'' highlight.of the season .
'Recreation members present. ; Jesse L, Thfeatured dis. Hospital Percnell Crane, 253 Claude St.,.,
20 at the Wilder Park. : r i Terry .. ,
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St. James AME..ChUIGI1..o.' ,, Observe Women's A Day


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FOR OBSERVING WOMEN'S DAYThe Ordination. Service will be held

IP St. Thomas Baptist Church, I
April 13 during the worship at f]
Women of St. James AME Church will observe their annual ,'
7:30 p.m with Rev. W. C. Neal
Women's Day Sunday April( 20 with Mrs. D.V.. Welcome nerving r.
as pastor of the day and Mrs. Ethel D. BannKter as general chair and visiting minister in chargeof t I
man of actiiitien. the ordination rites. Omar'

Mrs. Bannister will b -- --- -- ----- I
: e ably Smith and Thomas Rushing will
: SIf\DV GROVE CHURCH New Hope AME Churdh Apnl 13 r
assisted by Mrs. Etelle Lovingood, w mitt chairmen will make
bo ordained 03 deacons.
SLATES SUNDAY luring the morning s rvicef by
co-chaiman. Activities of the day tnsir full reports on the financial A Silver Tea will be sponsored GAINESVILLE -- A programwill choir 2 of the church.
will begin with the Sunday Schoolat ill e of the: days activities. The
bv District 5 Sunday from 5 to be rendered In the ShadyCro'e The Ladies Choir of Day Spring 1 .
9:30 a.m with the guest super- ..nt;r<" day will be filled with Primitive Baptist Church Baptist Church under the direc- yx ,
6'30 at the church and a
intendent and teachers in p.m.
guest r uleiest and the general chairman April 13 at 2:30 p.m. tion of Mrs. Ruby P. Benthone

charge. The Superintendent for I ana co-chairman are extending an program will be presented. forte The Smiling .'Jubilee Sinkers Askew! will be presented in a

the Sunday School will be Mrs. l'l1vtta.tio\ the women of the occasion. and Southwind Singers of Fort 'recital April 28 at 8 pm. in the

Ella Williams I now ciiurchas; of the city to Annual Women's Day will be Lauderdale. and the Junior Su- church auditorium

Morning Worship will begin at worship:!: at St. James Sunday, observed Miy 18 throughout: the vranee Singers will be featuredon t. 1 e

11 am: with Mrs. Esther Densonof I April 20.DAY nay. the program. JERUSALEM BAPTIST E

Grant Memorial AME Church s CLOSES PEW HALLY !4.
Mi: M
presiding The worship service will ST. :MVTTHEW ANNOUNCESSt. A Pew Rally will' be sponsoredby

"be carried out in the regular SPRING SETS, Test speaker Matthew Baptist Church District 6 of Jerusalem Baptist .
The Aid Board will observe '
manner. EVENTS SUNDAY Pulpit announces District 2 will sponsor Church, April 13 in the

Mrs. Alfreda Douglas will serve its :anniversary Sunday at a tea: at the parsonage Sunday church: auditorium at 3 p.m., and
3:30 in the home of Mrs.
mistress of at the : p.m. April 13 from 4-6 p.m., and a program will be presented.
&j ceremonies District ;3 of Day Spring Bapt AT N. Terry, 1175 Durkee Dr. .
or. April 20 The Newmon Trio Regular services will be conducted
evening worship service which .st Church will sponsor a tea and a, program will be presented.
will be after Sunday with Sunday
presented in an I
begins at 7:30 p.m. A very unique April 27 in the home of Arthur The Willing Workers Club'will I
service recitAl. School' beginning at 9:30.an. !
program has been arrangedThe Robinson, 2303 Witschen 'Street meet in the home of Mrs. Alice I the assistant pastor will deliver
captains of groups and and Dewey Dundan will be the I Butler, 511 Jessie Street at 4
p.m'i GREATER NEW JERUSALEM the morning sermon. The evening
SLATES ANNIVERSARYThe sermon will be delivered by Rev. ra

members of the Senior r.. Kenchion, with choir 2 and ;

Softer, smoother Choir 2 of Greater New Jeru- I Usher Board 2 serving throughout .

.oa'em Baptist Church will observe I the day

its 15th anniverstary, April 14 in S kmy
\ the church auditorium State and DAY SPRING KINDERGARTENSLATES

Rushing Streets, at 8 p.m. PRESENTATIONThe
GllS1J1.r 8f 1 A program will be presented at Seven Trumpets will be I

lq 11 the occasion. depicted b Y the Day Spring
i Baptist Church.

The annual "King and Queen"
&IIILOH BAPTIST CHURCH contest will. terminate at the

1, Spring Tea will be sponsored presentation.All children of the kindergarten k
by District 15 of Shiloh Baptist n.
will be featured in the prenen-
Church the home of S .a
in Mrs. May. tation and invitations have been

belle Taylor, 175* Francis Street, extended to the public to attend

April 13. the affair.

A program "will be presentedwith i : ".,,t.
some of the leading artists MT. TABOR CHURCH .J,, ,or L -
f- cf the city appearing. DAY $' t'
lY W uy.ktq' RfHy C'Yp Yy .,: t i; : ,
MT. CALVARY CHURCH The annual Men's Day Drive L...,: .... .. ,: .':.::'"',.:._:."" .<._, n. n.:}., '1 ?'."!,,,:;:. 'J'..:l.:
r a w SLATES TEA APRIL 20 Tabor Baptist Church, Rev. H. T. In a Holy Mass Ceremony held in St. Pius Catholic

<, ,. An Annual Tea will be sponsored Overstreet, pastor. Deacon Charles: Church on April 7. His Eminence. Joseph P. Hurley. Arch-
by Usher Board: I of Mt.I Timmons will serve as the general Bishop of St. Augustine is shown conducting rites in which

Calvary Baptist Church April! chairman for the observance 72 adults and 42 children were confirmed into Catholicism.
20 in the home of Mrs. Lelia (Sherard Photo)
Williams, 739 Rushing Street, --
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from 4 to 6 .p.m.. I SHILOH CHURCH Memorial AME Church and Henry
ST. PAUL SETS Shepherd will be featured on
j'j-- I
; VERNON BAPTIST the program
: i
Rev. L. Anderson and the NEW BETHELCHURCH

Master Keys Gospel Singers will Shiloh Baptist Church will be -SLATES FESTIVAL'The
be presented in a recital, April 69th
I the meeting place of the
13 by the Gospel Chorus of Mt. I session of the Women's Convention Evening of Music will be Gospel Music Festival",
Vernon Baptist Church in the, the auditorium of
presented in
27 in the
Auxiliary to the General will be presented April
a cl auditorium of the church follow- Baptist Convention, Inc. on Ap- Si. Paul AME Church, April begriming New Bethel AME Church at 3:00

ing mass meeting. ril 813. at 8 p.m. by choir 2. p m. by chic 2, for the benefit of
Other talented artists will
par- Mrs. Sarah Williamson Cole- the building fund drive at the
A ticipate on the program also and Some of the city's outstanding.
in Africa for church.
man a missionary
to public is cordially invited to ,artists will participate on the
will be the speaker.At
many years
attend the affair Soloists to appear on the program
Coleman heads program Miss Alethia B. Frazier
@ present Mrs.
Chorus and the trio of are: Josephine. Ellerson
/ ABYSSINIA CHURCH the Foreign Mission Retreat in Gospel Edward Waters College, Male B'w n, Robert Sams Aaron C.
/?/ 0 Abyssinia Baptist Church, and Washington D. C. Cnorus of the church Choir 3 of Jackson, Mrs Mercedes Wesley,
l The sessions theme this yearis
pastors anniversary will be ob .
Second Baptist St. Stephen's Mrs. Bessie Thomas, and P. J.
served beginning April 14, and "Crusading to Improve Family
Vesper Choir. Choir 2 of Grant Williams
SKIN TONE CREAM will- continue throughout the Life". During the session the delegation -- -
week. will hear messages from
Various minister of the city the United Church Women the .

w ill"* conduct services during, the Woman's Missionary Union, and ATTENTION I !

pampers your skin to new beauty I week. the Progressive Baptist Convention
I of Florida. Guest Ministerswill
deliver the noon day messages. -

.1 Now-your skin can look lighter, brighter, more radiantly lovely than PRESENTED iN RECITALMrs" Mrs. Susie C. Holley, presidentof CLUBS, AND ORGANIZATIONS

.. ever before with new, doctor-developed ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAMthe Alice Burrough will be the board of directors of the
presented in Musical Recital,
: cosmetic beauty-bleach that reaches deep, deep into your skin to In the Mt. Sinai 'Baptist Curch convention' will greet delegatesand Use The Blank Below

give you that golden glow, that "ARTRA look!" bv choir 2, April.13 at 7 p.m. friends attending the' meet- FOR SENDING IN NOTICESREQUESTING

Mrs. Lucille O. Coleman will ing. -1 OR
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The secret of ARTRA'S startling effectiveness? ARTRA contains the serve as the narrator for the FREE PHOTO SERVICE

laboratory-perfected miracle ingredient-Hydroquinone. And it's SAFE! occasion. Mrs Burrough will be DEACONS SET

Women with normal skin can use ARTRA: daily without harmful after- Smith.accompanied by Mrs. Catherine CHURCH EVENTOn NAME OF CLUB ____________________________
effects. Just smooth it on-it vanishes! No oil. Use ARTRAas
grease, no Invitations have been extendedto NAME OF PRESIDENT __________________--__ '
a powder base or a refreshing cream. Your skin will be lighter, love- all singing groups and soloists April 30 the deacons of

lier, softer with ARTRA SKIN TONE CREAM-in the blue and black of the city to attend the affair. Bethlehem Baptist will celebrate DATE OF AFFAIR ___________________________
package at drug and cosmetic counters., their anniversary in the auditorium Date Time

NEW ST. JAMES PRESENTS of the church at 3:00: p. m. PLACE OF AFFAIR ________________________--
MISS JENKINS IN RECITAL Name of Individual Clubhouse
A program will be rendered, or

Miss Marva Jenkins will be! deacon'' Junious Sneed, chairmanof ADDRESS OF AFFAIR ________________________
tIA ::1 ftQt.So.MAfJ J I resented in a recital, April 13 the program committee.

in the New St James AME Communion will 'be administered NATURE OF AFFAIR. _________________________

Cnurch at 8 pjn. by the pastor Rev. T. E. Nel Party, Banquet, Tea

Send in this for Mrs Gussie Paige will serveas son. Usher board 1 and all the PRINCIPALS __________________--__________
coupon the mistress of ceremoniesfor Name of Honoree Hostess M.C. Etc-
the ,
your free sample of ARTRA choirs will serve troughout. ,
SKIN TONE CREAM-th the occasion. The program day. _____--_---__________--__-------
safe beauty-bleach that ls: being sponsored by Mrs. Sylvia State Miss or ?\Irs.I .
Wlp Johnson and other local artists
= gives lovelier you skin.lighter, brighter, will appear on the program ST. PAUL BOARDS I. PARTICIPANTSNames __________________--

SETS ANNIVERSARY of Members or Guests

DAY SPRING PRESENTS ------------------------------
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nut JOHNSON SISTERS' Stewardess Board 1 and 2 of ----------------------------

Johnson Sisters win be St. Paul AME Church will cele- REMARKS _______________1_____--___________
: Union Pharmaceutical Cosmetic Div., Kenilworth, New Jersey presented in an after service recital brate their anniversary, April 13 Other Information
.- April 20 by Choir 1 of DaySpring
Please send in the Church at 3:30 p. m.
me my freesamp of ARTRA Skin Tone Cream. Baptist Curch in the auditorium -
A program has been plannedby -----------------------------------
of the church at 8:30
Name the program committee, Mrs. FOR ADDITIONAL

pjn.Te group win be accompanied Connie Wright and Mrs. Alberta INFORMATION CALL ________________________
Address ; ;, by C. Barnes Fisher and Mrs Sanders. An invitation- has been Name Phone Number

(Street) N. R. Lowe Is the sponsor of ,the extended to various boards and
F r singing groups to be present at PHOTO SERVICE -

program.-- t- the affair. REQUESTED AT _____________________--_-.:
._ .,' (City) (Zone) (State) t # Address
'->, NEW HOPE A3CE CHURCH Mrs. Janie ,Epperson, win be

{ : Onion Pharmaceutical Cosmetic Divisfrn; Kenilworth, N. J. Offer Expires May 1 lf 1958. PRESENTS COOKMAN BAND the guest speaker for the vmt TIME _________________-_____ "__ _........
; The Darnel- ookmsa SchoolSand Mrs M B. Hicks, president; Rev. Date Time .

., ',. will be presented In the R. Blain, pastor.,

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The City-Wide May Festivalwill

be presented by the YWCA,
A. L. Lewis Branch in the Myrtle -

Avenue Ball Park, May 10, at "

: 8:00 p. m. j
The May-Festival'will help to ,

pay the mortgage indebtedness on / l .'. ,
the property at 582 West 8th :'

Street. f, t .. \ ,r
Local schools of the city will G ; *

: lWe t May assist festival.in the presentation of the / pt

Additional features will be the I I II
chorus of Edward College Dr. I

W. B. Stewart, president, and Mr.

Howard Spivey, director; The Ensemble 1I

and Glee Club of New

Stanton High School, Professor % '\

A tip of the Pepsi Cap Charles D. Brooks, principal, Ker- k 4
4 to these outstanding na McFarlin and Dr. Alpha H.
Americans who
young Moore directors.
make our country and
our community a better The public is invited to .attend
place in which to llve.wwwwww. the affair.

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Jacksonville Agency, Cen- '- .. ...- ii ';
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tral Life Insurance Companywere -
host to the Central Life's Intermittent rain on Easter Sunday did not slop the parade A few of the highlights of the Easter Morning Parade

s. Agency Force of Orlando, Flori- of little boys with shinny faces and new suits nor little girls captured by "Florida Star" Photographer are shown above: at
left. Mrs. Theodore L. Redding holds the hand of little John E.
da. March
with many frills and the ladies who wore some of the season.s'prettiest
Roland Yates, Agency Director; hats. Andrews Jr.; center little Terri Yvette Bryant: at right. Mr.
and Mrs. Roland Gibson and their
George Howard, Assistant Agency son Roland. Jr.
f- } Director in charge of ordinary -- --

J at the planning session of TEAAn

TO3OHB MAE JONES the two districts. HITTER THAN AARONMESA meeting of the 3 R. Industrial -

New Stanton Senior High The underwriters received Information BARTOW-Aftr a sweeping bo- DEFUNIAK SPRINGS-A wo- Club was held recently in Annual Tea will be sponsored

Pepsi Cola Deales and Pepsi concerning Founders ARIZONA Chicago lita raid in Polk and Hillsbo- man seeking police protection after the home of Mrs Clauda Jones, by the Orchid Ladies Inc..
Cola Month Program to be celebrated rough Counties on March 30, at an argument with her hus- r 1680 W. 8th Street The contest
Bottling Company are *' Cubs Manager Bob Scheffing, April 27 in the celebration of the
proud to salute Tommie Mae during April, National Insurance ays he is convinced that his .least one Tampa man and four band was killed in front of the i between the president and vice club's 25th anniversary from 4

Jones of the 11th grade class. Week in May and a HomecomingTrip : star shortstop Ernie Banks is a Polk County men are on the fugitive Defuniak Springs police station president was terminated duringthe to 6 p. m. in the home of Mr.and .

She Is a member of the Girls to Tampa in September at better hitter than the Milwaukee list. The four Polk County I according to officers. meeting. Mrs. Clauda Jones Mrs. John Coloda, 1552: Johnson

Athletic Club Stanto Musi- the meeting in the agency room Braves' Hank Aaron suspects are Negro peddlers and The victim was Mrs. Rosa Lee was the winner of the trophy for StreetA

Cho and is affiliated with of the Jacksonville district The Cubs' manager based his will be picked up on sight Par. Threet, 42. Her husband, Buford the second year. Mrs. H. Williamswas will be rendered

Mt. Ararat Baptist Church. Following the morning session, cpinion from a game the Cubs rich said.; Threet, 50, was arrested and guest at the meeting.The tne program committee. According by

.............. ..... .... the group enjoyed a delicious played against the Cleveland In I Twenty-eight others includingfive charged with murder. next meeting will be held > to program the invitation committee
''. dinner at Daniel's Dining Room. Tampans in the in the home of :Mrs. Annie B.
ys : dians during an exhibition game. prominent Police said that after the argument other clubs and of the
i groups
Freddie Johnson and J. T. Collier Ranks hit a home run and two racket picture were picked up the victim started out Joynar, 824 Davis Street. Mrs. city have been invited to attend

are the managers of the doubles as the Cubs defeated the March 29 in a two-pronged of- with her brother for police pro. J. W. Bolden, president. the affair and a prize will be
Orlando and Jacksonville districts Indians fensive aimed at smashing the tection.As o
to the club with the
s4i All but one of the 33 United given larg-
< respectively. $250.000 week bolita
. Scheffing said Aaron has hada rcportly a she stepped out of her brother's est attendance.
located in the
Negro Colleges are
in the two
than operation county area.AT
higher batting
average I car in front of the station. South, where, 73 per cent of all The next club meeting will be
Ernie Banks because he hits to
The UNCF goal for 1958 .is I Sheriff Curtis Miller said Threet American'Negroes live. Your gift held in tht home of Mrs. Connie

$2,250,000. Each year the 33 In- right .and right center, but thisyears drove up in his own car and, to the United.Negro College Fund King, April 14th with Mrs. A.
Ernie will be -
'J aiminghis fired a shotgun blast killing his
dependentr colleges depend on the 3I helps where it Is needed most. Batson as co-hostess.
shots in that direction also.
wife' instantly. .
T. Fund to raise approximately 10

per cent of their combined opera-. Contribute GenerouslyTo

Ling budgets. Give to the United The I LILLY'S DRUG STORE
f Negro College Fund, 22 East 54th. I SUDS SAVE LIVES

-*. .1't > .4 ...a >.-:_ ,s.. ...--.,;_..... street New York 22, New York. URBAN LEAGUE threatened When a locked a disastrous airplane landing wheel' 1907 Kings Road at Spires

-< HERMAN CREWS ... ......................................!.. quick-thinking ground men, saved .

-tc New Stanton Senior High the day with soapsuds.By II
iC Herman Is a member of the blanketing half the runway Where Experienced
senior class. He Is a member q Pharmacists Prepare
with sudsy foam, the locked wheel -S
L." of the Handicraft Club, cushions : frankly slid along smoothly while the Your Prescription
and an honor student. His functioning wheel taxied to a safe M, t cording, to your doctor'sinstructions
y : Using '
T hobbies are Loathercraft and stop.

i c general metal. lie plans to by Pat Reardon + __ ______ __ __u___ only the best quality
-c major in Industrial! Arts. m1 drugs.

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r Al Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham
7t Ah, t'would be lovely indeed, es, done up in wonderful, Tebil- MASONS .
my dear gals, for all of us to be ized Irish linen. Outstandingly -:- -:- -:- .
lolling luxuriously on the warm, rjv: --"'vchic at office
k. pastel, powder-soft sands of ;\-'""*" \/ cocktail party, H E VIOUIIJ t 'popit[ t 1 CJ SHRINERS A COMPLETE LINE OF:
1 Palm Beach, right this moment, \ or tea-dancing
f so alluring, so confident, in a .\ in Miami Beach Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candles -:- Sundries
sleek Brigance bathing suit. Hotel Carillon TIlE ROOSEVELT SUNDAY
kK But you're kitchen chained, or r where we ELKSBeautiful PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOB AND DELIVERED
Heston )
Carlton (above
desk bound this winter, dreaming saw it positively -
about your spring or sum- turn all THREE VIOLENT PEOPLE"
mer vacation, permit me to' i VJ iheads! technlcolor thriller showing Sunday Sterling Silver
bring,some cheer to your fash C7 Ji / To travel and Monday only at the Emblems

ion-minded hearts by tellingyou I I / /1/ J I right and travel Roosevelt Theatre. First run co- $2.50 each or 3 for $8.50 I VALUABLE FREE! I VALUABLE I
that once again, the sun- \ 4L-.J light, in my PRIZES PRIZES
bright crystal ball of fashion, opinion, there's nothing smarter bit Is "UNKNOWN TERROR"with -:- prepaid -:-
., destined to guide your wardrobe than MORLOVE'S suit blouse Mala Powers. The Roosevelt Satisfaction Guaranteed or
Register Your Name and Address Monday Thru Friday. Draw-
selection next and with matching 'skirt. It's made
''''! spring sum- will present special adults only
mer, is intently being peered .of. KRINKLEVOILE fabric I Money Refunded big Will Be Held at 3:00 P. M. Saturday March 19, 1958.:
Tuesday, Wednesday
HAZEL HALL into by New York's highly all.drip and dry-and needs no program I -0-- 1ST PRIZE .. $20.00 4TII PRIZE . $ 5.00
New Stanton Senior High -tc trained fashion experts., ironing so "free and easy on and Thursday "ANGELS IN 2ND PRIZE .... 10.00 NEXT 10 PRIZES. $ LOO
Yes, right on the care." DARKNESS," with Linda Darnell H. C. HITCHCOCK: .
Tribute Is paid to II&zeI. of ic 3RD PRIZE .. $ 5.00 Prizes fa Free Dry aeamnECK
Palm Beach, in :J. ; There was a and Anthony Quinn, plus "IS 152 Crescent Drive
the 12th class. She is
grade ic Miami Beach, ::V fetching figurewe k5 YOUR HONEYMOON NECESSARY CLOVIS. NEW MEXICO
a member of the Annual right down to saw zipping
/ ," starring Diana Dors. COT RATE CLEANERS
4taff, and was elected Yearbook the Florida along water's rf: r
Queen Attendant. Hazel '1"" Keys, fashion .. edge in Key r .
scouts frommagazines t\ West, racing i
department ,. her handsome ,
* stores, .. boxer. She was The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER (1)) 965 Broad Street (Between State I Dewrop) '((2)) 807
dress and sleeked out in Main Street ((3)) 3633 Moncrlef Road (At 27th Street).
f "sportswearmanufacturers ,!:';: formmoulding
Congratulations from Pepsi are eaves-dropping under beach which hugs you 3 PANTS 99c 3. 99c
Cola to these three Merit umbrellas, style scouting on the divinely! For fireside now and
Awarad winners! opulent palm-tree lined fashion sand-scampering on your own SWEATERSPlain
boulevards, carefully observingand vacation, thank SMARTEE for Shell Oysters Apalachicola Shellatock .- with Cleaned and Pressed
It Listen to Pepsi Merit Award noting the smartly clad this pretty pretty indigo flower That Famous Tang-o-the.Sea" Flavor, bushel .. .$475 ,
.1 4 salutation on Pepsi Cola women, and the fashions that splashed sweater and solid blue, 3 DAY SERVICE 3 DAY SERVICE
TEE!T131E: -WIUIO. 1400 make them so outstanding. figure lovin' play-pants! "The Boneless Variety-Excellent for Outdoor Oystercne

on your dial*- Saturdays: .. Now we wish ... And girls,just Imported Select. Oysters Pint, for Frying .SJ15 SUITS _ff... j69c
10:45. to 11:45 AJL .J'.'} to tell aboutW look what the 69cMen'a DRESSES .
the exciting you tide brought in: Standard Oysters, for Stewing, PL .. .. .. .. ..98c Plain
NEWS in'thefashions That extremely ,

l we flattering two. JUMBO SHRIMP . Lb. $1.15 !2-Plece'p1ooeLadles Plato

j have things you seen will, ", piece suit is bathing with us MEDIUM SHRIMP .. Lb. 89c 3 DAY SERVICE 3 DAY srnnceEVENING
find in your ) again! COLE :
own favorite 0 F CALIFORNIA
= shops, in the who water BLUE OCEAN BREAM Lb. 29c 75c
near future. U tests his fashions WHITE PERCH FRESH WATERLb.. 3ScBLACK
Firstly Arrive in Florida SEA BASS Lb. 35c Panel $1.99
mart. Depart smart. That the winter before they get to Unlined Per
means applause for masterful your stores assures that well SMALL FLOUNDER Lh. 3Sc Slipcovers!: -According To Size
tailor DAN MILLSTEIN who all be swimming high and.band- SHRIMP BOAT WHITING Lb. 25c 3 DAY SERVICE Any Kind
gives us a handsome, herring- some in his blue and green MEDIUM RED SNAPPER Lb. 59c S DAY SERVICE
bone worsted travel coat. Fetchingly paisely interpretation of this Lb. 49c
SPECKLED TROUT. Chicken of the Sea
lined in its ascot stripedsilk. divine number. More' wonderful DRY FOLD
Navy is the ideal shade to : Elasticized Orloji! and wool FAST SERVICE
Pepsi ColaDealers pipe aboard. combination for quick-dry! FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR LAUNDRY8e ,
.01 Sing out for: gifted\: chemise Most of these fashions in the Pound AT
Jackson tSoI maker JERRY GILDEN! Ingeniously smartest shops in town. Or : Per .
belted in the back, write 'Pat Reardon" 820 E. tip; SEAFOOD mNTER 1JnJmmD 600 STANDARD PRICES
way down to there! A flatteringslip 39th St. New York 16, N. Y. 4-1468 ,
of dress for missy Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El
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new chronic disease building ,

Brewster Hospital will be held] tP9.y
GOLF TOURNEY 4flI'z) 1958 Summer Session at June 17th classes and late registration -
April 20 at 3:30: p. m. .(
Bethune-Cookman College will run begin; July 4.5: Independence -

Chairman L. I Alexander and for nine (9) weeks beginning Holidays; August 9th Commencement -
conynittee have planned a pro- The fourth annual Gate City June 16th and extending through .

grom for the occasion. Deputy I Open Golf Tournament closed at August' 9th, according to an announcement Bethune-Cookman College is
I rill. f tr from the office of
Grand Master Attrus Fleming Brentwood Municipal golf course ,1 + accredited by the Southern Association -
>,_ Dr. John Sylvester Smith dean of Colleges and Secondary
end members of the Masonic Sunday with many of the leadinggolfers ""? /es ,
t' r of the college. Schools and the Florida State
Order will have charge of the battling straight down to a Leya'F
a The Summer Session will pro- Department of Education as a
cornerstone laying. the wire with Charles Sifford, F fee vide courses in the Liberal Arts four year college; approved by

The new annex will be staff- the National Negro Champion ; and Teacher Training, with offerings the University Senate of the
with well-tralntd and efficient finally winning with a 213 score. : leading to the AJJ. and B.S. Methodist Church; is a membercf

and Sifford encountered some stiff .i ) Degrees. the Church-Related Institutionsfor
personnel.Facilities equip *
competition from Teddy Rhodes :I'. ; ';: }1y I Dr. Smith also announces that Higher Education. Bethune-
ment will be some of the latest f; M there will be in Element Cookman is an institution of
who' had too'much competition :. : I courses -
and most modern for the treatment from Lee Elder. Rhodes eventually ?.::, '. ,. ,, try Education, Secondary Edu- tradition and distinction. For fur.

and care of chroni disease ...'.., cation, workshops in Speech and tlier information, write Directorof
finished second. :'-. .... "i""
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Summer Session, Dr. John
.. Audio-Visual Education, I
patients, accrding to Administrator .. Drama
Lee Elder # I.. Mrs Jacqueline Kennedy wife of Senator John F. Kennedy
played a thrilling Sylvester Smith, Dean Registrar
Jack H. Whittington.EZ f I .1):: : ;.' (D.-3Ia-ss.: ), H pictured in the above photograph as she addressed School Lunchroom Management,
game all the way through, but : :: '' Services and Resource- Eethune-Cookman College Day.
': library
; :f. the recent Annual Dinner celebration of the 103th: Anniversaryof
when ,,',. ..... .. .::,; : tona Beach, Florida
he went out in front of the Use Education.
CHARLES PLANS the 12th Street YM.C.A.'Branch In Washington,
pack it appeared that Sifford's DR. JAMES H. LEWIS Organized In 1853: in Washington by the Reverend Anthony The 1958 summer session will

RING COMEBACK championship was jeopardized. college fund chairman Bowen, the 12th Street Branch U the oldest organization in'the afford the students with the usual RINGWORMBAimtWPfSUFFERERS

Some of the other leaders in Dr. James H, Lewis, chairmanof I country specifically organized to serve colored men and boys. cultural and recreational opportunities :'

CINCINNATI-Former heavyweight the the"United Negro College Fund Highlighting the meeting was the presentation of a $1,000 checkto Drama, dancing, concerts
professional rank H.
champion Ezzard Charles were of D u val CountyJacksonvilleprea. tht 12th Street Branch by the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foun. sWimming, lectures, movies, ex- TOTE V TOO*HATE.EC*CMA.MT ft&ITTU rtatc.oascotOT1airlall HAH. CWCI&IJr7.t

L* making preparations to hit .the Barialim, 220; C. Harrington, 220; is urging all business men I dation, named In honor of Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Jr., brotherof lubits and tours. Other recrea,I oa KALF a3 ATIIG FOJVbAM Vtbb AT.'

comeback trail in the ring with, Sam \Voodson, 221; H. Dixon 222 of 'the area to give liberally to Senator Kennedy who died in action as a Navy pilot in tional activities are: Tennis, soft- alw rout' tTtl@IO.nuuarroiT ASK TOOK ixuxr DOCTOK.or' TUT DaooasR KAIMO

in the next tew weens accordingto Zeke Hartsfield World War II. a&AVnaAaf'oa aAUD*Rouy.DM.Aa._.
224; H. Thompson the United Negro College Fundto ball, volleyball and basketball.Th
an announcement released by left the noted Washington
at Mrs. Kennedy's Js
: 224 and others who finished complete the $10,000.00 local > summer school calendar t
: Herschel Joiner, Charles new attorney and active community Wader, Mr. Belford Law son, as g
high: in the scoring. drive of the state goal for $40.000 announced by Dr. John Sylvester ,
trainer. who acted as Master of Ceremonies at the Dinner. k. VP
for the Fund. national drive
The amateur ranks also displayed Smith is: June 16th, registration; .. wt,
Joiner also announced that Tom has begun throughout the nation

Tannas of Pittsburgh will man- some real golfing ability for a total of $2,500,000 to aid FACULTY MEMBER .

age Charles, who i3 now on leaveof with Frank Hampton and Leroy 33 church related schools in their PLEA MADE FOR You Don't Have
GOES ABROAD to Go to Town to Get
absence _from his job as juvenile Tinker posting a 231 in the effort to help 2300 youths with I

court counselor. Championsip Flight. Harris ,I scolarships and work aid 3
% George -

The first opponent for Charles Jr.. 228 and 'Al "Tup" Holmes Dr. Lewis says, "The Negro DAYTONA-The of chairman Philosophy of I COLLEGEFUNDNEW iLOW II:I PRICES I
has not been selected yet, but business man will benefit directlyby the Department I L
with a'239 led the field in the end Religion at Bethune-Cookman _
his manager is looking around the fund, whether he is an
for one. Joiner said. First Flight. alumnus of Bethune Cookman College, Rev. Roger P. Fair has YORK-William J. Trent

The Second Flight winners Ccllege or some other school in been appointed by the World Jr., executive director of the DRUG STOBE HEEDS

were T. Jenkins 256 and E. the South. The prepared young Methodist Council as a memberof United Negro College Fund, officially On Your
LET US BUILD Rouse, 262. nan and woman will be the Oxford Institute of Methodist
to be i opens the Fund's 1958 cam Trade With Your Neighborhood Store
YOU A BEAUTIFUL Mrs. Mary Miner, 314; Mrs.G. able to take thier places in our Theological Studies I Drug

2 or 3 BEDROOM L. Styles, 321 and Mrs. M. local businesses and enterprises held in Lincoln College- Oxford p-iign over the American Broadcasting WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES -ADVERTISEDIN

CONCRETE, BLOCK Mears, 333 led the Women's in accordance with our assistance. University England.. I Network, April 13. The

HOUSEWe Division.. It is hoped that undertakers in- The Rev. Fair was appointedon program is one of the regular YOUR LOCAL PAPERS

will take a lot or your The prizes and trophies were surance companies, lawyers, doctors the basis of his years of service -I weekly broadcasts of the "Negro

house in trade. awarded to the winners at the and other such groups will both to the college and to The choral-

LET U S COMPLETE YOW Lincoln Golf and Country Club. give liberally in the three figuresto the :Methodist cause. At presentthe College Choirs. group Dixie Pharmacy

HOME THAT YOU HAVE AL- the fund". Rev. Fair serves as' secretary f of Benedict College, Columbia

BEADY and chairman of the Board of C. directed by Emmett I.
The contributions may be sent 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR to the local treasurer E C. Has- Missions! of the Florida Confer Wroten, will be featured on this PHONES EL S-5397-83
and was elected last December -"
LOT. EASY TERMS kell, vice president of the Barnett ence broadcast.
-: as the first member of his special We Deliver -+ We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescription

FLA. SUN-SASH TOOTHACHE National for Bank any amount who will given.send areceipt race to serve as president of the The choir of Hampton Institute, PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE-

Daytona Beach Ministerial Association -I under the direction of William A.
CONST. CO. including churches and Scales, was also heard in a
NORRIS OFFERS of all in the I
races .
COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS synagogues special broadcast on Easter Sunday Ox4+cP 4xP oy 4x4xOxt
Daytona Beach area. I
6. This
April program was

EL 7 W.5-9777 21st St.--Just EL off Main 64(219( ORA-JEL SUPPORT TOCONGRESSMEN HAMPTON ALUMNI I recorded for the ABC series in GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more

Chicagoduring the Hampton
Choir's recent Midwest concert LIQUID

local chapter of the National tour. Will errr gray hair to 10 t.'30 mm.*.* s.that
i Subsequent April broadcasts ,M would >ot know It ew or wet 9 r y. It is
WILSON & SON Hampton Alumni Associa-I bqvtd. 0... appltcatiMi with a tooth brmh.> .*
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: tion is presenting eight vocal II i will present: the choir of Johnson doo il. H. peck.: "
Quality Shoe Service artists a t Ebenezer Methodist I C. Smith University, Charlotte, YOU SAVE TIME AND MONEY! N. .*.will *Mp -
congressmen, Stewart Udall (D., ct Tow botr hat b..s ",.... !..*.. It NIt '
Church on April 20th at 7:30 IN. C., under the direction of and hntroM..dead cl!__ttraakf-M ip..i
-:- Ariz.) and Clair Engle (D., Calif.) -ie.t a wmferm color if properly ap Jiod. Ao
Christopher W. Kemp, April ;
DYEING AND said they have received a telegram The program will also include, I It will _! rvb off. It cloy .. tvral MHW.SKoOTpo .
REFLNISifINGORTIIOPEDIO choir of College Tyler, uis, ..o bathing, ..., p rman'"t WBV s
the Texas ,
WORK from President James D. The, Elitaires, an ensemble directed -. ig, ar!tot 9 or ttratghttwa* k.., ........ toko a
it .*. Y cos r a. ,'.,. Matter few
INVISIBLE SOLES Norris of the International Box- by Mrs. Eleanor is!. Hur- Texas, directed by 'Frederick D. tub-bom*or*ow fov cavttd.y BLACK U.Ti BLACK.

club ley and featuring soprano soloist Harvey April 27. I All alert 0 fay put.
.. .:. ing promising the cooperation WONDERFUL FOR TOUCHING UP
of the IBC in Alvertna Alexander. The pro-I The weekly radio series, narrated -I Yea to pM it..!."............*.W-N....... --JTS w trb..t.
2935 Myrtle Avenue -. Telephone: ELgin 4.7025 promoting a gram will consist of sacred and .........b....i......b.M......WMMM and_,..EM DOMM...*..*....
match between, Floyd Pattersonand j by Milton Cross, originatesin DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING .
Kenneth S. Wilson, _Mgr. semi-classics reditions feU Ktiom fa MKh bo_..ttCOi m* -m\A\ ,CAUTION.tIiiect.4
an outstanding challenger. New York over the American .. ....o..- Colon: Black: Dark Iran: Mi iwm town* UM Brow., DNIIr
_. The presentation is a part of lUt Aob... frUo.., ..< SX54 (fete ,....ro4 Tarn). c.t tbh .d ..t ....
The two congressmen have demanded -, the club's effort to partUpate inthe ,Broadcasting Network, Sundays, tad. trr. for .....-.......* YMT M*..r B.k: M H.. f....olr SatJ""' ..

that Patterson defend his national group's scholarship 10:35 to 11:00 a.m. (WABC-N.Y. DIXIE PHARMACY

; title. They said they would start drive. and to aid two Jacksonville I 12:35-1:00 p.m.). Check local radio .

: DR.CEEMANDELOPTOMETRIST congressional action if Pattersondoesn't I students ,to attend Hampton I I listings for broadcast time in Kings Road and MyrtleJYOU1L

Institute your area.
.j sign to meet the winner
'1 '
:i of the Machen-Folley: bout. FOREST PARK SCHOOL PRESENTS GROUP II
\ Patterson has not
fought an v
Announces: The Opening Of His Office '
: outstanding challenger! since he sf 't.r
At A I [ von the. heavyweight crown because

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/ NEW. CONVENIENT LOCATION Cus D'Amato Patterson's .

manager. has for James D. Norris. ,
128-A West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville, Florida 4 t tZ [ COUNTER

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NEW "A Treat That You'll Be peat"

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A. recital will be presented in
Our very liberal New
Stanton High School audi-
Each, account Is R
earnings are com. CURRENT RATE torium, featuring the :Modern SPECIAL SUNDAYROTISSERIE'
Insured to
i pounded SemiAnnually Dance Group of South Carolina

on Savings 1 D1. $10.000 by the State College, under the directionof : CHICKEN
I! Fed e ral Savings S
In this Association 3 Y. Mrs. E R. DeV,'tne, May 2 at ,
and Loan Insurance -
which Is .
8 pm. fvos- I
chartered and &u- Corporation
authorized Mrs. E..R. DeVane has studied $129-
I pervUed by- the OF DIVIDEND by aD under some of the outstandingdance e.
: act of Congress.Fi .-
U. S. GI emment.
supervisors.. in the United
2 Ibs Broiled
or, Bar-B-Q ,
States and Abroad. She has been ,

.the, instructor of dance at the r
for several _
college years. ...., j ..
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I be ,used for the scholarship fund Tipof Iha pupils 'of Greiel and G riie Dance .Schoolrjwfeo'iwm Dixie Pharmacy

of the Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter bo presented in the Fofesi Park SchooC. April ;,

of_Zeta'Phi* ,.Beta' 'Sorority.. Tickets H'lai/SSO: pins ale shoots .ir,: the above: photo and.,tJ e
for the event* may"be secured -" ihd'a ... .... .
... ... group Iiwui ip1 es.o .E..B aJ d, Mrs. : and
from members "of" -thV Sorority Jones"'This"'gene r 1-p"blic is Invited to attend Ihe kings Road Myrtle :

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By C. Parham Johnson 1 I II

Jacksonville baseball fans are lookng forward to April

18 when the 1958 Jacksonville Braves will open the sea-
Joseph PaulineJU, of Jacksonville
son in the hometown park against Savannah. By C. Parham Johnson set a n,\V conference swim-

The Braves will return to Jack- FIGHT FANS allover the country have wondered why ming record during the first an-

eonville after opening In Savannah -, Braves for at least two or three did Frank Sikora the referee in the Sugar Ray Robinson- nual Swimming and Diving

April 15, with Manager Joe seasons. Carmen Basilio fight give his vote to Basilio in the return Championships held at Morehouse
Bill Thompson, the 26-year-old, title match and upon what grounds he based his decision? College (Atlanta) the latter partof
Jest at the helm at the beginningof 6-5 hard first basemanwill voted the he-
hitting Why wonder about it? The man probably way March.
the season. He took the BravesIn be back at first base. For credit for his con-
saw it. If he did. then give him voting Pauline graduated from New
charge after Mickey Owen two years Thompson has held victions. If he did it to let Basilio know he had somebodyin Stanton High School last year

gave up last season and giuded down the position and has been a his corner other:han his seconds give him a pat on the and is now attending Morehouse.

the Braves' through the rest of I home run threat each time he back for being loyal. Pauline set several records at the 4..

the season. ...... .....
has As
appeared at bat. a glove EUGENE WHITLOCK, a former Jefferson Swimming pool before ... -' ....,. r-----__ NM
When the Braves come to town man he has been among the top Edward Waters Tiger football side track at this point on the i entering the Atlanta school.

the fans will have an opportunityto fit-lding: first basemen hthe. great during the days when ,the centerfield post. During early Morehouse won the champion- Willie Galimore and Adolphus Frazier the touch-

see some of the familiar faces South Atlantic League.The Kings Road School was in the Fpring training it was a question ships by defeating Tuskegee, Ala- down twins of the Florida A and M Rattlers under
that have performed for the old reliable Ed Barbaritowill the limelight in athletics was a whether or not Flood could hit bama State and Talladega.Next .
He has not Coach Jake Gailher. but now of the Chicago Bears
major league pitching.
be back at third base. Beingout visitor at the Florida Star Office year participants are expected -
last season with a. broken recently. Whitlock is a memberof only answered the hitting question from Florida A and M, professional football team will not be seen in action

leg, he was unable to get into the New York chapter of Ed. but has reminded the St. South Carolina State College, and here this season. The Bears have appeared in the

19-36-67 the lineup, but he has given all \iard Waters club. He brought Louis fans of the once greatTer"ry other school's that are expectedto city since the beginning of the Jacksonville Chari-

11290432Watch evidence during spring training charming wife, Moore in center field. have swimming teams in the
with him his very ties football games will not be coming to town and i
that he is ready and raring to familiar character Manager Hutchinson said recently conference.
who was also a the hometown folk will miss two of the most
get started. He is quite'a favorite around the campus of Edward that Flood is the best defensive Pauline set his record in the
This Clown with the Jacskon.ville fans because Waters. player .on the squad and if he 200-yard Free style and placed famous football stars in collegiate football for

of his hustle. His hittinghas can hold his own he is a sure third in the 100-yard free style. several seasons. Galimore was the sensation of the

been one of the major high- BASEBALL SEASON is aboutto shot for the center field post. His preliminary training was re- Naional Football League last season but it will be

6 3 lights of the Braves since joiningthe open and the Southern Association FRED HANEY, manager of the Hved at the Jefferson swimmingpool the first season in the National League for Frazier

4. a team. will again open with no Milwaukee Braves stated that he and was employed as a sen-
team members, at least who performed for a while in the Canadian League.
Negro ior life
The Braves has caused much still 'considers Juan Pizarre a gard.
4 9 optimism for Manager Just in some reliable information has revealed great pitcher; but he needed tote Coach Julius Guinyard said he Shown in the picture above' are Galimore and

that fact. The Southern is Pauline to lead Frazier.ADVERTISE..
the showing they have made this where he could take his regular expecting the
263-15-841 spring and during the exhibition Association is made up of teamsin Jefferson Swimming Club to another -
turn on the mound and thatis
292350Sometimes games. He expects to field a Atlanta Ga., Birmingham victorious season during the
why he was sent back to AAA
team this season that will be Ala., Mobile, Ala., New Orleans summer .
Wichita. The Braves are so
he's up able to Cope with the fast competition La., Nashville, Tenn., Chatta- I Another former swimmer of
Sometimes he's down loaded with notch, THE
Rock, Ark., l'eavily a top
that the league will haveto nooga, Tenn., Little the Jefferson Swimming Club FLORIDA STAR
adds subtracts
He pitching staff, it would be hard i
He works It al around offer. and Memphis, T@nn. who is doing well in school is
for the youngster to take his
As usual the Braves will be out MANAGER FRED 1IANEY, of Avon Kirkland Kirkland.finished .
Coming Attractions regular turn on the mound. with
honors from New Stanton
to win the attendance trophy andit
Braves said in an
the MAURICE STOKES will play
a co.:; He is a member of the
18-92-06 is expected that the fans will
that he
interview with newsmen basketball again. Dr. Curwood R. Clark College team, and is list
turn out hi numbers.
left Hank Aaron and the .other Hunter, a brain specialist said: ed in Who is Who in American Now Open!
I behind when his
colored players '
I ''There is reason to believe at College's.
in Clear-
the Phillies
team played this time that Stokes will recover Kirkland has promised Coach
water because of jimcrow laws in .

I f[T Going Places! that transportation city. Dressing and other conditions details, i able to eventually return to his and profession.will be Julius Swimming Guinyard Club that of the be Jefferson wilt' par

which would effect his team, he Stokes the ace of the Cincinnati ticipate with the local club during PALMSOF
Royals professional basketballteam the summer.
thought it best not to take them.
vas stricken recently on
CURT FLOOD, of the St. Louis .
I an airplane and the quick workof now to be ready for the opening
Cardinals, appears to have the inYour -
the stewardess saved his life i of the season and Copeda seems JACKSONVILLE

the doctors said. Stokes was r tt be ready. sc ..
, "Rookie of the Year" in 195556. FRANK HERRERA, the young (FORMERLY THE: 2-SPOT) _

, fi Via.. ... T- WALLACE (Bud) SMITH, for- Cuban first baseman, who rappedthe Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
x mer lightweight champion was old apple for a .304 average

,h' ordered by the National Boxing with Miami last season has givena DANCING; NIGHTLY

LUCkYNumbers Association to take a medical very good account of himselfat

examination by one of their doc- bat during spring training

tors before he can fight again. for te Phillies. Should Herrera

The order was given after Smith make the grade he will team

lost his Eleventh straight bout! with Chice Fernandez as the two
Little Junior! Parker
.CHUCK HARMON, the utility tan players: with the Phillies since

Lucky Days, Lucky Colors cutfielder-infielder of the Philadelphia Harmon has been shipped out
Phillies has been cut, LEROY HICKS the young fire-

In Your \Ve ldyHOROSCOPE loose by the Phils and sent to the balling righthander from Brooklyn .

GUIDE Miami Marlins of the Interna- N. Y., pitching for Allen "Bobby Blue"BlandSPECIAL [

Send $2.00 for your Horoscope tional League on a 24 hour recall. University of Columbia, S. C.,

Guide with lucky num. I Harmon appeared in 57 games in turned in a neat no-hitter against

bers, lucky days, lucky colors. I pinchhitting and utility roles. Be- Benedict. He struck out 15 men
envelope.I I end walked four. I .
Enclose a stamped fore being traded to the Philliesby The two runs :
LrArUw scored
in nine against him were un-
the Cards appeared e
-0FUJ earned. Last season Allen posteda
games record of 14.2 and Hicks won !

4. In and Mall to: BASEBALL FANS have been seven and lost one.

urged to keep a close eye on
ZODIAO Orlando Copeda of the New York Teenage MatineeSUNDAY
, .. Grants In his.. bid for the first will
w P. O. Box 732Jacksonville Floyd Patterson take on the
base job has been rapping the
1, Fla. ,winner of the Eddie Machen-Zora 4 TO 7 P. M.
ball like aC veteran. As a glove

Name ........................ man he has been, all the Giants FoDey bout? Patterson is manaeed
could ask for. It seems to appearon as you know by one Cus POSTIVELY NO ADULTS

ADDRESS .................. the baseball front that D'Amato, and he declares his
( US KNOT) nASa tf CWVO TO m TOW( WCOT. MUT SOf I WUf net TOO Copedahas

COSTS NO OM\/ caws WITH 001001 JtCCd: CAr.SlimTrim City., State .................. the inside track on the job. figter will never fight a man as ADMISSION . . . 50cRegular
that long as he ,is tied to the IBC.
Birthday .................... I The Giants need hitting and D'Amato
: is what he has given them since is not so thoughtlessafter -:- -:- -:-
and Handsome! Irs the month & day the spring season opened. The all, history will be able
'I to record the fact that he
teams are on the home stretch was
the one manager in ring historywho

S managed the only undefeated Jam Session

Old Kentucky Tavern 71 champion in history.

1. KID GAVILAN has again issued Sunday Night From 9 P. M. Until

warning that he is on his

way toward welterweight crown -:- -:-

Pocket .Flask-smart 0 the title he once held. Since de-

way [ feating Ralph (Tiger) Jones inhi.
@LLotEI last bout, the Kid says he is

ready. Gavilan lost his title to

to have this fine Bourbon alwayson Johnny Saxton at ConventionHall STARTING MONDAY. APRIL 14

r ::: roar bmr wa6 (Philadelphia) Oct. 20, 1954.
., Since! that time he has been an

hand. up and down fighter. Just as soon
C>:Lklt?>tLfi as he thinks he is really on the
comeback trail, he meets a

, -- S fighter who lets him know that

flmeltQ.perfection tllil.. : he isn't quite ready to wear the -

crown again.FIGHT .
--- !
S ...- s wlic ltiz .' FANS are attempting EDDIE CHAMBIEE

i f ) : .1io a t to .push-up a Floyd, Patterson- "
Sugar Ray Robinson bout now.
After failing to push-up RockyMarclanoFloyd '
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: ., .. -- -1 t ,
Patterson bout 1-j ": -: ti
. with a :flat NO, decision. from .-;- .
: ? L" \ L ; >
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: : "
refuses' to .
Msxdano who strictly1 \
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come onLof retirements they areumgazeDext i.J 1! ) VISJTJ1.JVrn.O--
I I !!! bU t.'{thing a, -::' -.......,,,- TfYil
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Page EIght THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday April 12, 1958




Off The Block
COVE SPRINGS An Room for rent In new home.
convict with a lengthy TBUSNESS.MINDEDMAN
escaped argument between a woman Modern facilities Close to bus
criminal record is being held in and her boy friend ended with = -- --- '. ..-.: line.. Single, person or couple

the Clay County Jail awaiting the woman getting a beating anda FOR V.. HAWKINS LADY desired Will take one child.

arraignment in the death of another warning of what would happenif = by "jay jay"The = .. or East 27th Street Phone EL-

man in Orange Park yes- she had him arrested. ---. 65937.APARTMENT.
tcrday. : Mrs. Beatrice Cuthbert, 43, of I NEW ORLEANS Virgil Haw.

James Henderson, alias Allan El; lit Lee Street told investigating forthcoming week Is a big hack". Wonder who's calling kiDS of Daytona Beach, Florida to run custard tee cream stand

Henderson, 40, of Hooker Avenuein officers her boy friend, one"for all of the party goers and i( the shots in the deal. On the othei who has been trying to enter the for owner. Must have $350.00 FOR RENT
Orange Park, is being held in i Clarence Morgan 50 of 803 1/2 uhat have your in Jacksonville.For i side of the street we hear that University of Florida Law Schoolfor You'vUI make $100 a Unfurnished two room apartment.
lieu of $10,000 bond set by Justiceof \V. Beaver Street picked her up those who like parties there I some bus drivers began to drive the past nine years but has capital Private bath.Ill Davis Street.
the Peace Mrs. George Boat- at work last Monday March 7, ttlll be plenty of activities. "Miss white cabs but they were laid off been .refused on grounds that hewas ,week or more. Phone EL 4-2757 EL, 5-5005.

wright of Orange Park at a pre- and an argument started. She' !>.," the one and only Dinah I for unexplained reasons. We still I a Negro has won an appeal between 9 and. 11 a.m. or from

lminary hearing last Sunday. said he beat her and told her he Washington: will perform at the uisist that the Jacksonville transportation in the U.S. Fifth District Court 6 to 8 p.m. America's security lies in sound

Henderson faces a. murder would kill her if she had him h din', On Tuesday night there is sort of kinfolks. for a speedy reconsideration of I education for all Americans. Sup.

charge in the death of Henry arrested.She will be a big: benefit "Barn Arlean Felton is back from a his suit to enter the University. port the United Negro College
Simons, 42, Railroad Avenue did not require hospltaliza- Dance". Local Union 674 of the i quick trip to Cleveland, the home Assistant Attorney General Fund.
e Orange ,Park. tion, 'but said she would secureA Cab Driven will recieve part of ot her "bo-love". She came beck Ralph E. Odom refused comment

Simons was kiyed Sunday following warrant. the proceeds. Plan now to buy raving over a jazz guitar playershe until receipt of the official notice
an argument between he Patrolmen E. Jefferson and H. your ticket from a taxi driver. saw in Cleveland.. Oh yes the I of the decision at New Orleans.

and Henderson over a $2.50 debt Harley investigated. Thursday nite Miss Dinah will sparkle you see around her is not When Hawkins indicated that

_edl? owed to-- Henderson by provde music for the Barons Club from her eyes, it's from "third he would appeal Odom said:
Simons. Henderson stabbed Simons later found the death annual dance. This marks a sort finger, left han."_ "Hawkins wants to enjoin the
with a six-inch pocketknifein stabbing of return of the sociA! clubs to GOOD NEWS Board of Control from enforcing

front of the victim's !home. weapon. said Henderson escaped the old "Two Spot". Its a sort i FOR TEACHERS a policy of segregration becauseof

Simons was rushed to Duval 1 from Mosley Duval County Jail several of test flight for this is the Under a new ruling by the U. race. Our position is that thereis CAB DRIVERS' BENEFIT
in Jacksonvillebut trst time in my memory that a S. Treasury Department teacherscan
Center 1i ,
Medical i months ago. He has a record no such policy > The board'spolition
I formal has been held on a Thursday now deduct from their taxI-
died en charges, includ- i is that we are delaying
listing numerous
fled to his home and night. There's one thing for fcle income, expenses Incurred voluntary -
Henderson ing previous stabbings. acceptance of Hawkins as a student Barn Dance !
hid the knife"in a washing ma- sure either the guests will go for further education. In
until it is known that a
E. light: on the hard stuff there
But Constable CarlMosley or other words, teachers who go to
chine. who investgated the will not be much work done Friday summer school or take special Negro can be admitted without
REFRIGERATORSSERVICED on the various jobs. courses to Improve themselves, serious; trouble.

The annual Gate City Open may now deduct the expenses of The court took note of the featuring

MENor Golf Tourney came and left witha such schooling, even if notre- fact that Hawkins has tried since

AND mild bang. Winner of the title quired as a condition for holding 1949 in seeking admission to the

REPAIRED far the third time among the their jobs.Official law school and asked that his Dinah Washingtonat

WOMENWanted I CALL-PO.4.0127- "play for pay" boys was cigar announcement of the case be speeded up so that if he
I ,
I I, chewing Charlie Sifford. Sifford tax advantage came barely in is entitled to enter, he can do so '
is proving to all comers that his e i time for teachers to revise their next term.WOMAN. .
tops among sepia golfers. The tax returns before the customary
To Sell Old 97 Products veteran Teddy Rhodes finished a April 15 deadline. Since the ruleis

See Wholesale Dealer close second retroactive to 1954 it is necessary -
AT FOR YOURDRIVER'S to file information THRO'' : LYE
Among the Simon Pures, Frank pertaining -I The PalmsTUESDAY
811 South Edgewood LICENSESOr "Pappy" Hampton copped the to 1954 educational expenses ON SLEEPINC MATE

Phone top trophy Frank before midnight April 15 of this
Learning To Drive is the daddyof

EV 9-3119 the local tourney and this is year. Woman Throws I _,e . .
AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL the Three steps nave been taken by A NITE APRIL 15 ,
first time his game has State St i man was sleeping
11S4 West 5th Street carried him to the wire. "Fat the National Education Association souiv.yT,..en he was awakened

ELgIn 44)639) George" Harris high first round to help you explain and in. last Fr" ...y morning, March 4, I ADMISSION 90c
HELP WANTED! score kept him out of the cham. terpret the new ruling to your when he 1'! f: so.':cthing burning ...
GEORGE L. PERPENA, Dir. pionsip flight. His score was the colleagues in your community. him.
lowest the There will be a special broad- Argi-! ; 44 :
among "play for fun" 'chins of 1554 W. -
MALE or FEMALE boys and earned him the first cast over the CBS network on State 't told police he and

flight trophy. Saturday, April 12. 1i. r. ,Lad had an argument

MAKE The Register NO\V-So You Can Vote bd ;. hey went to bed. He said Buy Your Tickets From Cab Drivers
Real Estate Sunday golfers or just 1'i- ti ;' iMeep and felt something
plain "hackers" had the most funn lu. Part Proceeds to Cab Drivers Union
| ALABAMA N.A.A.C.P. rg him.
$16800'A the tournament. Take the four- A r turning he felt was potash
$ LOANS $ some 0 f Isiah White Homie LEADERS ACCUSEDOF 1'
; Ella Mae, 33, had Advertising Space Donated
Banks and Leroy Jackson. They WRIT VIOLATION : r..wn on him.i'atrolmen .
$1,000 $2,000 S.OOO By Florida Star
ail shot in the
nineties but did
WEEK\ S. Gaines and S. I
$4,000 up to $25,000 they have fun! In the ladies division Weston
Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun- most of the favorites won I MONTGOMERY, Ala., A.if. investigated.

dred on unpaid balance at 6%. Sorry to hear of the tragic Gen. John Patterson toda ai'I I .r
:- cused two Negro leaders -1 violating .
Let us help you to complete death: of Richard "Smut" Eman-
your house or refinance 38 I uel was injured in an accident at an injunction against tli' NEVER BEFORE AT
Prepalrlng Envelopes NAACP and asked for a cou:t
years in the same place. the Naval Air Station.
Our Instructions tell how Call Hear by the grapevine that order'holding them in con-u:.jt. J .

Enclose Stamped envelope the only people who will be arrested Circuit Judge Walter B. Jon;s I Ii
i directed W. C. Patton of Prnring.l
J. P. YOUNGMr. for "hacking" activitieswill
WrileEWELL ham and William P. ]'.1 Hell of
be known cab drivers. "De"Sd.y ..
Simmons or Mr. Walsh Tuskegee to show <.. :"e why j
that is
pressure being put on PERIOD
FARLEYBox MaID and Monroe rom the top. they should nit be ci'ell for con- SOFA

212 Masonic Temple Bldg. tempt. A hearing was set for
71 Phone EL 5-8014 In regard to the taxicab strikewe April 24.Patterson.

Hlghsplini. Kentucky EL 65391IF must make one comment. All charged that the two
Jaxons should follow the pattern have violated Jones' two-year-old

being set by "Miss Daisey" Ford injunction wich directed the Na- REGULAR $199.95

"f Bubba's Coffee Shop. Few people tional Association for the Advance
REVIVAL WEEK! realize It but this modest business jient of Colored People to .

YOU woman has been feeding over tease operations in Alabama. Covered in a Rain-

STRANDSEE 100 men FREE for over 60 I Icia'So Jones also fined the NAACP 95
bow Tapestries .
She just says that she's $.to.000 for refusal to make its $
THESE GREAT glad that she is able to help. I <' membership: lists and other rec- With Genuine

HITS THOUSANDS Tis funny how our mayor can I ords public during the injunction Mahogany FramesCUNNINGHAM'S
give some people permission to'hack" hearing.
ASKED US TO BRING -Lett- $10.00
beg some to ride folk I
BACK! Register NOW-So You Can Vote
then stand by and 'let an edict goby I Delivers
SUN. TUES., APRIL 13-15 which states that all known I ( FOR .

"THE ROBE"PLUS BUDGETCOUNSELLORS Cab drivers must be arrested who'


June Allyson Rossand Brozzl ADVISE YOU MAN HELD FOR I i AGAIN



GAINESVILLE state driv
ers license examiner and a Negro Flim flammers were again at

JONES"FRL resident of Gainesville were ar. work in Jacksonville Tuesday,

& SAT. APRIL 18-19 rested last Sunday in what a April 8 when an unsuspecting
First Florida Highway Patrol spokesman -
"DESTRY" Audio Murphy; RITZ Bmt said was the beginning of I traveler lost his money to two

"Rock. Rock. Rock" a crackdown on a ring dealing men who volunteered to act as

FrankIe Lyman &: AD Stan STARTS SUNDAY in fraudulent drivers 'Icenses. "Good Samaritans" to him

GUY Gilbert Byrd 28, of Shamrockin Alex Junior Peeples 24, of
STAGE Dixie County a driver license
111 1/2 9th Avenue Augusta
EVERY NITE THIS WEEK examiner for five years was
RAJAH RABOID i charged with accepting a bribe. Georgia was picked up at the Unusual All The Gracious Charm For .

': Ee was placed In Levy County bus station by two men who were

"The Man Who Knows .. ..- .J jail at Branson. supposed to take him to see a

Your Future" & ThENRN[ Alonzo Buster Han 32, a por. friend The men asked Peeples, Homemakers With Expensive Tastes and
8:15 P. SL Nightly; ter, was charged with two countsof
if he had and his
any money
April 15-19 perjury and two counts of

STRAND B making fictitious false name.license He by was usinga re- about reply was$60They yes. He said he had A Flair For Elegance.Fortunate .

TECHNICOLOR eased"on $3,000 bond-, I asked him if he wanted

Capt. C. W. Keith of Tallahassee them to send the money home
't you, if you've inherited
examiner for
for him. He gave them his home
the Florida Highway Patrol said an heirloom like this! But if youhavn't
ONLY- lal Bon .. It's Hdniek! "We have no idea as to the number address and turned the money
then comedown Cun-
of over to them to mail. They sup- to
Tues.-Wed..Thur, April 15-17 people involved So far we
LINDA DARNELL ,and \,' have contacted some 75 to 100. posedly put the, money-. in an ningham's, and choose one tha
ANTHONY QUINN"ANGELS \. /HUNTZ He said the ring has been in envelope then they put that envelop ,

INDARKNESS" HALL operation at'le .:st six months into another envelope and the years will make more lovely,
and works In five counties supposedly dropped it in the man
box at Broad and Adam Streets. Carved frame is of genuine mahogany
Marion Dixie
ta.err Boys Levy, Gflchrist and
Pins DIANA DOBS la"IS They left Feeble without
:. It's .an authentic copy': .
HONEYMOON Keith ban to-aee.the friend. I
said Ban would
Wi fljJ JlJ1U go .
NECESSARY" Ul1 different cities and take the test Peeples. reported the Incident { important p

.....STANLfY CLEMENTS for someone else by using the to Patrolman X. ,I* Kirby who in today's home, now at this
other- person' M nft+lrMlfln. In mv;. up\ecL ,. z.' .
_... some faurtcu he got 'a* ranch 1QepeI. 'NOW1: r,Yoa CM. t Vet aiaaiB.DTke. .-. OUToF-; TOWN .;.;
.* $130 foe m license Keith-aid. """ '. )11' .- ..
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