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Florida star
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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:
February 22, 1958
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
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notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
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..... NEW ORLEANS. La. The 6-month AME Church
battle which began when Bishop Nichols
was judged
Henrietta Lovette, 36, who was of violations of the Church Discipline came-to: standstill
arrested and charged with the -for the time being anyway last Friday when'the A young Jacksonville woman
ware'ring suffered ,a,knife wound last Satur-
murder of James Azar Jones. 41. factions. agreed. to cease their legal squabbling "for then
--- _# ....- day in a fifhtiover the'affections.of .
1341 \V. State Street SW 3 uie cnurcn .
Saturday a man .J"
afternoon Feb. 8 at the Rambo The decision to call an armistice: Jackson, last,: Thursday: filed a 134.i I
Sadie Mat Hawkins, 29 of \
Grill, 1355 Rushing Street' has I on. the see-saw tight which took petition.--..-......,-in j.F-'deraL Court for an 'JBpnu troet'aI tbal
-'''' ibeen-bound overjtorgracfl { "tbrir of'4re J = ,. ;-61' >>iiSStBiaiopVfTgnrrfronit' _.
..._""""It ._ ** "* targ 1 :a\e\iI.w&andfferent : 1U "icn jrt day about 'I;15' jZrn tJm.satur.1
ftaYestgltlon, jent intervals after a series of \ 'interfering with came'to her home arid ._. ..
.. <- Jones was shot one time in the appeals and filing of charges Nichols in %the conduct of his quit going with her boyfriend. j WELCOME TO JAX Henry "Hank" Aaron holding plaque is seen with the
head and fell in the doorway came after ,the Judicial Council assigned duties as bishop of the Miss Hawkins denied going with j local cat: 5 "-:573; "Welcome To Jacksonville"
the and prominent
of the Grill. He was taken to -:"Mstained the assignment of 16th Episcopal, _district. the man and an argument followed "j mayon city Roosevelt Theatre last Wednesday night at which time he was
Duval Medical l Center ,Bishop Nichols to the 16th In -executive session of the ceremony held, at the FLORIDA
by police EpJsce- resulting in a fight. 1 the the city" by the Mayor and was "also given the
presented with "key to
ambulance where he was pronounced gal: District. Bishops Council meeting in New The victim said that while the of Jackson vile "in recognition of your outstanding
from the citizens .
dead by Dr. W. F. Carter, I Bishop; Nichol s\ in one of his Orleans a resolution was passed fight was in progress Carrie Bush STAR plaque

Miss Lovette was arrested by' many counter 7rfove chargedi Thursday in which it was agreed took a knife from her pocketbookand contribution to sports". Rothschild Roosevelt Theatre chain general manager. Mayor

Deputy Constable Dick Wilsoand i BI e;hoR R. Wrig w th mal- that the -body would accept the cut her on the left arm. She From Burns left are Sam Arv.Wolfson financier an:i former Jax. Braves Club owner. Eric O
held u itil the arrival oi t f administration! of opinion of the Judicial Council taken to Duval Haydon local radio announcer.
o f f : c e and was Medical Center Aaron, and Ken Knight .
and Simpson. FLORIDA STAR publisher. _
not continue
police through his attorney, Ernest' D legal wrang- in a police ambulance. ,
Jig over the status of Bishop

_ CHARGES AGAINST Nichols. Sadie Police Mae arrested Hawkins Carrie said Bush she will and HANK AARON IS EXTENDED !POLICE REPORTS

I BISHOP GREENE The council also voted to suspend sign a warrant for her prosecution -
trials and the hearing of

_ : NOT KNOWN TO PRESIDING ELDER .1 charges church:. "for the good of the .Patrolmen J. D. Austin and WELCOME BACK TO THE CITY MAN IS WOUNDED

Bishop Nichols in accepting the C. L. Devane investigated the BY STEPDAUGHTERIn

., 525 W. 16th Street': truce agreed not to accept the case. By C. PARHAM JOHNSON ; I a fight growing out of an

Jacksonville 6, Fla:'' presidency of. the Bishops Council' t argument with his stepdaughter.
for which he is eligible.until after A series of events welcoming: Henry "Hank" Aaron.
February 17. 1958 LAUNDRY FIRM AIDSSTRIKING'CABBIES Tony Ingram. 48, 932 W.. 20th
To the Beaten of the FLORIDA STAR and an others Interested the ,next; meeting in May. I the ba.abaII'star of the Milwaukee Braves had their public :(

There appeared an article In the FLORIDA STAR, dated Feb; Bishop. Nichols ,further withdrew beginning at the Roosevelt Theater Wednesday Feb. 19. 'Street was cut last Sunday Feb

lith. 1958, under the caption. 'TRa tER+ .'JACKSONVILLE: PASTOR his, petition 'f oran' injunction when the Florida Star "pla.qu.e-and the "Key to the City"' 18, ,and sent to,the ,hospital. .

:MARTS: CHARGES ..AGAINSTBffiWCXP"; m.,the second paragraph against'Bishop Wright It:'was announced,this week by were Drecenied to the young athlete. 1 I .Ingram said' his .stepdaughter..
CM article Jrt&tedIt was..learned this week that, charges'of viola- The decision suspend hearing C arUe.:Johnson, general manager' Opening the activities in they< t Jessie Mae White, 23. cut him in
:' than of the AJit JL' arium: enstfpHne> hare been filed against Bishop of charges indicated that 'the of the! Publix-Chaxnpion Laundry series of:events:were the faculty :he 'who brought Negroes to Jack| the face and on the left arm. He
Sherman L. Greene." complaint being brought against ,Chaia that, fifty percent 'of all and' 'student, body of the. 'New sonville. ,to play baseball for the '
: I* the third paragraph !tt was also Stated that these 'charges Bishop Sherman-'L.-Green of the cash bees done daring the.coming Stanton Rgn, School Charles D.I I first time on an integrated team. (was treated at the';.Duval Medical

,, were brought by the Rev. J. Armstrong former pastor of St. 11th Episcopal District win be I. week _lP eb. ,23-March 1, Brooks, principal in attendance!I Mr. Wolfsen told of the. great Center by Dr. Cremer. He does

: Stephen Church who was moved,to Ormond Beach. shelved- temporarily;, anvwav. c [fat;' ,the Dixieland ,Lanhdry., ItOO were County Commissioner Julian._ I contribution made by Hank as a' not wish to prosecute.
The Law of The African 'Methodist Episcopal Church, as writtenIn The Judicial Council meeting in :Cleveland Street be turned Warren Mike Houser of- me ]!member of the Jax Braves., Patrolmen 'T. I* Mays and C.

the Book of ,Discipline: plainly states the method by which I Cleveland ruled .on Feb. 14 that over to the taxi- cab drivers' Duval County Schoof system.' County Solicitor Lacy Mahon Scriven investigated,, .
charges are filed against a bishop! of the church. In the 1956 edition Bishop, .R. Wright's ruling on union to aid the- striking New School Superintendent Ish Brant paid tribute to the great athlete. ; '

cf the Discipline of The A.M.R Church page 893, article 222. ,Bishop D. Ward Nichols suspension Deal and _Llaeokt cab drivers. Eric'0. Simpson and Ken Knight. He also expressed his appreciationfor

second, paragraph ,it reads. as follows: "If a Bishop should be as_ an AME bishop is nun. Johnson said the suggestion Aaron was also warmly receivedby the opportunity of appearingon WOMAN IS INJURED

accused in writing of any of-the offenses named above (See para. void and has no effect. that the firm aid the strikingcab the Matthew W. Gilbert High the program. DOMESTIC FIGHT

:graph 1) the mode of trial shall be as follows: THE PRESIDING .Not only did the high court rule drivers came from Mrs. Jessie School student body and faculty, Eric O. Simpson Editor-Pub Ida Mae Gilmore 47. 620 Davis

ELDER of the district In which the said crime is alleged to have out Bishop, Wright's claim that Flemng- manager of_the Dixieland Charles James principal at the lisher of the Florida Star presented I{ Street told police she and her
been committed shall notify the President'and Bishop Nichols exercise Thursday morning
Secretary of the was still under who said that a large portion chapel a very beautiful plaque husband, Willie Gilmore were
Council of Bishops" suspension, but it also rendered -of,her patrons at the Cleveland ,Feb. 20. Hank was accompaniedto from the Florda Star. In presenting arguing about money last Sunday,
As the PRESIDING ELDER of the district in which the alleged other strong, decrees. i Matthew Gilbert by Ken the plaque, the editor paid a
i Street branch was comprised |( Feb 16, and a fight started.
violation of the A.ME. Church discipline is supposed to have been The Judicial Council sustained Knight. glowing tribute to the famous
of cab drivers.
I to cut
committed I think: it my duty to make a statement concerning the assignment of Bishop Nichols I A banquet was held at Buster. athlete. Aaron said, in acceptingthe She said he attempted
the. filing of the Rev. Armstrong's charges against Bishop Greene. I to the disputed 16th Episcopal! The strike went into effect two !i;: Fords Thursday night. Along with plaque thatit was the first her with a butcher knife but
and that time] the
weeks since her
fo, Since The Rev. J. W. Armstrong, pastor of New Bethel A. I.E. District ago hank was another former Jacksonville time he had ever received any- failed. He then hit on
Church Ormbnd Beach is a member of my district whatever I In addition the decision de-t many citizens and Ipcal firms! [ Brave star Edwin thing from a newspaper. left arm with a bed slat. She
have ., to the of taken'to Medical
charges he has to present to the Council of Bishops against the clared that Bishop Nichols is tabbifs.rallied support Charles who will be wearing a Frank (Pappy) Hampton presented was Duval .
.bishop, must be signed by me. and I must notify the President and entitled to his salary which the I II I Wichita uniform In. 1958. The Mayor-Commissoner Hay! Center in a private car. Mrs.i

Secretary of the Council, since the crime is alleged to have been Bishop Wright's ruling had cut banquet was well attended. Hank'was don Burns who presented the i Gilmore was treated by Dr. Cre-

committed in my district (at ML Olive A.MJB. Church). off.The COLLEGE CIRCLE MAN!I' scheduled to appear at Key to the City" to Hank. In mer.
.' As of today I have NOT seen a copy of the charges, have NOT decision also stated that I Douglas Anderson School Friday the first part of his talk he Patrolmen T. L. Mays and C.

signed any, and, have. NOT notified the president and secretary the Rt. Rev. Nichols is due to I FINDS DEAD WHITE morning Feb. 21. quoted Lord Chesterfield and ; Scriven investigated.
...of the Council of Bishops of any violation of the AJ.LE. Church receve and "
expenses all other I! WOMAN. IN WOODS Activities will be concluded spoke on "Doing, the next part
discipline by Bishop, Sherman L. Greene. ALL I KNOW ABOUT privileges granted a bishop by I I : Friday night at the Country Club _he spoke on "Being." ,
THESE CHARGES IS WHAT I "LEARN" FROM THE NEWSPAPERS the General Conference. James Ford Globetrotters representative. Bus-
!' I Jr., and his eight. where he will be entertained by The next speaker was Fred
year-old son who resides at 2169 Curtis Taylor and other friends.| (Pappy) Schilling of radio fame." ter Ford, well-known civic worker
I want the members and friends of the AJ. .E. Church to know TWELVE CHILDREN PERISH I College dr., were credited for After giving his remarks he, in-j and radio announcer was 'also

'Ii ... that as Rev. Armstrongs presiding elder I have no part in his IN FIRE the finding of the body of a 20-( Ceremony At Roosevelt terviewed Aaron. A very beautiful j+presented.

.: '1 'grievance against Bishop Sherman L. Greene. God forbid that I.a ..ATLANTA, GA.-Eleven',Negro year-old white woman who was Ken Knight of, Radio Station bouquet of roses was presented\i At *the end of the program.Mr. .
minister of the AJ&EL Church should ever be a part or party cbldren and one adult were killed shot last Saturday night. WRHC served. as master of ceremonies -i!i to Mrs. Willie D. Lucas mother-j I Rothschild expressed his
who would attempt to destroy any bishop of The In an Atlanta fire II thanks all for participating on
to any group Tuesday, The woman was identified as at the program held at I n.law of the honoree. Mr. Roths- to
> A.YJil Church.' ..Police said an were trapped in Mrs., Barbara Jean Miller 20 of the Roosevelt theater.. :child presented Mr and Mrs. Gene the program and to the audience
Signed: their duplex home. The parents. mother-in-law and father- for their presence, as this community .
.. 1525 Liberty St. A 34-year-old Opening the program was former '- Lucas
55' Rev. A. J. Dayley, Priding. Elder escaped injury bat their seven AWOL Air Force sergeant has Jacksonville Braves owner, in-law of the honoree, Bill Kas-I honored one of the

,.1.... .,.'"-j. Saint Augustine District ...- .. chBdrea., aged. six weeks to eightye been arrested and charged with Sam Wolfsen the Branch Rickeyof telz Florida Tunes-Union: Sports greatest athletes of our day. Mr.
Florida Conference r--
"j wBast perished. Editor and Dick Sachsel, Harlem Hank Aaron.
t. : : the murder. the Jacksonville: Brave It was
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by The Florida Star Publishing Co. 1 :: ::_ _. I J .67 DIQ O. SIMPSON ,


;2S2S Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782_- ''EL 4-8783 :
4 Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad .Street-Phone EL 4-3773 DO_!DUVAL NEGROES WANT PROGRESS?

Mailing Address:
tutor's Note: Tab is: the third to 'a series of ari1c1es '
P. O. Box 661 Jacksonville 1 Florida '
Z I f
.n 'the question of whether Negroes In Duval really want
ICrlc O. Simpson .. .. ... ..:.... .... ...... Editor
progress and how we can attain it.)
G. Parham Johnson ........ . .. : .. .News Staff
jAJraraae Richardson ..... ................ .Circulation Dept.

Member of Associated Negro Press When we look around us in this growing community of more

SUBSCRIPTION RATES than 100.000 Negro citizens and reflect on the many problem ,

One Year $5.00; Half Year $3.00; Three Months 1.80 facing our people it becomes very obvious that there Is an acute

Mailed To Yon, Anywhere In The United States. need for leadership here.

Subscriptions Payable In Advance Send leek or Money Order.Tn: It is regretable too, that thereis I \IT

FLORIDA, STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA such an utter lack of unity" We cannot emphasize teostrongly
among the Negro people of Jack.
how dire the need is
/ conville: and Duval County. This,
WASTING disunity is due to large extent to I
TAXPAYERS'MONEY There are quite a number whe
\ ; the fact that(1): ( r so many of us
,[; have been brainwashed by whites; It would call themselves leaders but

j' ((2)) there is an absence of racial would barter the people's rightsfor I
(The following editorial was published In The Tampa (Fla.' .) I I e ,'
Horning Tribune of Feb. 13, 1958.) pride which all comes from lack I a few dollars in their pockets.God .

of leadership. deliver us from such!
Jacksonville and many other :
An interim legislative committee now investigating Each day we find Negro men
communism+ generally and its racial intrigues in particular cities in Forida,;, and women spending their dollarsin
has recessed after two days of hearings at Tallahassee. So j I,where there is no
far the sessions have been largely devotedto old chargesand NU J i I conscientious Negro establishments that either insult

intense study of the obvious.! J1 leadership our people deny us of the
would see same privileges and courteses as
under Chairman (Senator) Charlie E.
Johns of Starke an abundance of other customers or discrmlnate
trotted out first an old Red hunter named
J. B. Matthews whose most recent claim to fame is his x 1 E progress if there agates the race in the way of
erstwhile |were men like employment or some other fa p----1
employment by the late Senator Joe :McCarthy .
in Washinton. This is a dubious distinction at best f { Y s Rev. Luther King shion.
especi- i. .... .. '
ally when we recall that he departed the Senator's employ- I ;{.' .... l'., !and his associ- These are but a few of the

ment after charging Protestants ministers with giving :.*.. !fates who rallied things that good leaders could
more support to Communists than anybody else. The burdenof THEY STAND FOR THE SAME VICIOUS EVIL I .. I I the people of rally our people together to com-

his testimony at Tallahasee was that the Communists iI .P I Montgomery Ala.: bat. With the proper leadership

have tried to infiltrate he NAACP and o stir up racial I T in a united effort' Negroes could be united to with.

agitation in the South. This is unquesionably true, but it is -- SIMPSON and peacefully hold their trade from business

very stale news. It seems a pity to waste time and money Your 'W.eekly staged a boycott to combat denial firms that are guilty of any of

on such information. of their rights. the above practices.

The committee also produced an affidavit taken earlierat Horoscope Guide The absence of leadership in There needs to be some .unity

Starke from Sylvia Crouch the widow of a widely these parts comes from selfishness of thought and action among

publicized ex-Communist Paul Crouch, whose confessions for it seems that thereis Negroes some agreement up.
stirred widespread attention something less than a decade WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR not a single one in our midst I on ideals if there are to be any

ago. The affidavit told of Communist methods of infiltrating BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL who possesses the courage to .accomplishments made. 1

respectable organizations, which is hardly startling and stand up and speak out against I THERE IS GREAT NEED FOR

listed twelve Miamians her husband had told her were PABLO The I injustices or inequalities that exist NEGRO LEADERSHIP.
Communists about Too I
seven years ago. on our community. many are

Then the investigators branched off on another line afraid of jeopardizing what small I ;

and brought in under subpoena a Tallahassee furniture i postions they hold or are afraidof 1 I-i
ARIES everyone's economic welfare. You
dealer who belongs to the Interracial Council of Human I I losing what favors they enjoy I
Born March 21st Thru April 19th can be in .
very persuasive gaining
Relations. They took from him the records of the Talla- I Born Dec. 22 Thru Jan. 19th from some well positioned "whte
The well the
opportunities, as as cooperation that Is obviously 1SVOUR
hassee chapter and then refused to let him make a statement the pitfalls that have made needed when you appealto You have every reason not to be friends"It t

from the witness chair. This denial is repugnant to themselves known heretofore are senumentas well as common taken in by promises or lures especially is obvious that too many of

the American concept "of fair play. not done with you yet. The23, and sense. You have the benefit of if you respond to your us take the attitude of: "I'm I NAMEIN
The investigation now moves on for a session later this doing alright, so why should I
25 should enable you to probe the 23rd. If you do not then suc- truer instincts which are being
month at Miami. Let's hope the legislators have evidence even deeper Into propositions that ceed in achieving some very important worry." They do not realize that TH EBOOK
there which is current and which is related to communism. should rid you of complexes and objectives it will only be stimulated by the 23rd and 27th. despite their relative security,

Otherwise the taxpayer will be in to suspect that all he is! problems. You, and those who because you haven't tried hard Among your friends, there seem there may come a day when they

getting for his money ia a re-reading of history. share your fortunes, would con. enough. to be some upon whom you can might not be doing so well. These ? 4

sequenUy benefit economically as 6-70- 8--68-' 6-478. rely fully for inspiration and type people are common among I _

well as morally. Continue to observe guidance, and it will be up to I' the ministry professional people
the rules that make for I and especially our "school teacher
you to recognize and consult
F wholsome living and good work VIRGOBorn class" who see no necessity of
Letters to U.S. MAI L performance on the 25th. August 4th Thru Sept. 23rd them before you make decisionsof taking an interest in the problemsof

8- -11-76-13-861. Although some of the prejudices an erroneous character. This the common people simply because

and problems that have also is a month when your well- they are not immediately I
beset you up to now still remain, II .
confronted with the
TAURUSBora being comes firstS same problems I
the Editor. April 20th Thru May 20th you have a much more promising due to PIe fact that thereis I
20() 66 18 64 ii I
The 'possibility of another and, chance to sweep. them aside. The 324.AQUARIUS. a thin fence of security around
I 23rd and 25th
keep pointing to
this time final showdown withan them.
I the desirability of closing ranks
associate or competitor Is in .
the cards this week. The 23rd with your life and business part
counsels you to make sure that ners and making ,decisions jointly Born Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th

Florida StarJacksonville you have ample friendly support rather than singly to avoid er There is no harm In making LET'S GET TOGETHER I
Florida before taking the initatlve. The rors of judgment. The Inspired i
money as a splendid
.. .. value of meeting issues squarelyand ideas you develop and the pro- way
*" -4 v to
create the strength needed to
Dear Sir: jects you have In mind can be
establishing the basis for
I think we should give some of our good, White people.,credit friendlier associations Is 'under. more successfully exploited live up to them. You are being MEN & WOMEN WANTEDTo

by your paper for the good work they do for us.: I want to speak scored by the 25th. The course through associates.! I favored in this respect by the

r e specially of Mrs Bernice Lind out on Ernest Street, who Is fighting of life should become 2-40- 33 38-31-241. 23rd and the 25th. But it Is saferto
your Part Of A Strong Organization
p hard In the Teachers Parents Organization to have all our smoother once confidence has confine yourself to your customary .
a.hooU.opened to the Negro children. business or professional circles -
for been restored. UBBABorn and procedural to avoid the That Will Work For Progret4
Bee this the
fought at Orlando Teachers Convention last 4 40. 53-.M S3.-- CM.
yea and is fighting for the.Negro-boys and girls here 1 In our town : Sept. 24tb Tkra Oct. 23rd risks that are revealed by the 24
4I The 23rd and 27th'should makeIt th,25. There Is little use in sets -0I -- .
to ro to the Public White schools. ',. '
worth .yoUr'wh11e to roll up ting up your pew goal as fix. 4
fine should be thanked the' 1m'V"nrT.
by Negro. people through your paper j ABE YOU INTERESTED? -
q rIb letter or through an eAtorfal ta your paper. A' big pat one I Born Hay 21st "Dm lone list : your sleeves and get to work and ed one aa changing condltioxa ,

kdE for her world be given some thought to us aB.Tooe It..eems as .if the efforts: you expand production and services will force a revision.PISCES. IF SO; FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW. : .
with a view of making heajthy 6-SO- Bditt..
I have put forth heretofore have
}..., .. .,. --A.eI AI"' contributions to your cash. re. I ,. _
4 i not been in vain The 23 and I
T "' '' '! turns. Improvements make:
.- ... Mercury 25th give your acconvpliehmenta : you
to property under your ownership
Lest. lily priority In the eyes
_. should add coxudd ahj] to Bonn pee, ISHi YES I WANT PROGRESS
Boete 10. Boc TO A of those who can further your Thru March 20th11G99..43..47.J17.
III'S': -
.-;....- its resale value. You 'aga.Dan!
--11118. FloridaJlortda career and place in the world.. .
.' in Register Me At A Member Of
tracr. a happier mood and preparedto You
Should be are not
you an employer yourself entirely; free of
t.-I. .. ..
t enjoy eta
this Is the proper moment the doubts and obstacles that

; Star t to promote or hire Individuals 9T78t1", have made this month such an THEDUVALCIVICLEAGUIWhich

Jacksonville, Via t '.-< who will serve you well and faith unsatisfactory one. On the other

"*..,- fully. Your faith in the future SCORPIO hand a rise of self-confidence, .
Dear Sir: may have been somewhat shaken Born Oct. Mth Thru Nov. 22nd brought about by clearing skies Win Campaign For

There are thnea when one must speak out. When I was in but changing trends restore optimism You only need to follow your and a rosier outlook, is promisedby Better Streets Drainage Facilities

Chicago. Illinois last month attending the Brotherhood meeting it natural Instincts which should not the 23rd and the 25th. Your Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
was called to my attention that the Reverend Mr. Armstrong-'was 2-SO- 6-28- 5-236. lead you astray. Should you need Intuition should regain Its customary -

passing out letters with Information Indicating that J. F. E. Sneed any further assistance In this respect acuteness and the doubts Equal Job Opportunities

was not satisfied with his recent appointment made by Rt. Rev. CANCERBorn you can depend on the 25th that people and events may have Negro Doctors At Medical Center

Sherman L. Greene, Bishop of the great State of Florida. I do not June 22nd Thru July 22nd and 27th to sharpen your mentalas instilled In your conscious and Better Treatment In StoresA .

know who gave Mr. Armstrong his information, I know I did not. It should be somewhat easier well as Institutional faculties subconscious should gradually Negro YMCA Building
Mr. has just been transferred to Florida.. How can evaporate. You will have plentyof
Armstrong now for you to respond to the even more. You should exploit General Community ImprovementI
he know so much about the different areas and appointments? I better side of your nature. You your existing talents and seek out openings in the near and distant

have been helped and am happy. So. Mr. Armstrong, In listing the are being ably supported In this' those that are still dormant. future to perfect your ta-
I'I lents. am interested La: knowing some of the other benefits
most made a which
disatisfied certainly gross error
ministers you 7 60 5558 S3
respect by your genuine feelingand -- ---653. .
should be corrected. I do not think It fair for any person to come worthy Intentions which are .
state to stir strife our people. We here I can derive from joining the organization. .................
in to our trying up among being stimulated by the 23rd. A SAGITTARIUSBorn
followed the leadership of the Church, and the I ST. PETERSBURG REPORTER
In Fla. always romance*or hobby that may .have
Nov. 2Srd Thru Dec 21st Advise me when the next meet1DwID be held. ......... .
AME Church assigned Bishop Greene to Florida and you will find been all muddled up should begin I I The new spirit engendered by WILL SERVE AS CONSULTANT : i

the ministers of Florida working with him. to become disentangled with ,bet. TALLAHASSEE Iv I
should the events of the past few days & n E. NAME ................................ ...:......... ..........
If a man Is not satisfied with his conditions he be a ter prospects for future and more should help you to adopt a moreconstructive Adams veteran St. Petersburg '
man and stand on his own feet and don't try to give the Impressionthat favorable development. Children I I (Fla.) Times reporter wll
attitude regardingyour serveas ADDRESS ..................................................
ministers with him in his I
Sneed or any other are fight. thinkit under your care may require con profession, superiors or co- a consultant at the eighth annual .
Is wrong to use a person's name without his consent. Actions of siderable understanding on your Florida A and If University -r-:
be misunderstood. Greene Is leader workers. You can expect your PHONE ......,......................................1........,
this kind can Bishop a great
part. concessions to pay. An impartial Interscholastic Press Workshop ," 'i
and he Is standing by the laws that were made in Miami. If there I 1-70-99-68-87-179. appraisal of the whole situation scheduled for February 27 and .'
REGISTERED VOTER ................ _-
Is anyone who is in doubt that the church is going on with the should show' you clearly enough March L "

new budget he should consult the rank and file of the AME Church .LEO that you would have little to gain A native of St. Petersburg. yes or no

and they will tell you that we are not going back in Egypt; God Born July 23rd Thru August 23 thereby. The comfort and counsels Adams attended the Universityof .. .

has: led us out and we shall not return. You ,should Impress on everyone provided by your mate and others Pennsylvania, and the Medffl: : :. .

,- -- ,.,. .. concerned that this js the can be most helpful :School of Journalism at North .; iI: :
L '.. ""'.- "X Byt TJw Beverej4 F. A-8oeed worst possible way _to ensure << GO (I western University. ,1. ,
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= =- U ;;' ; iliEIJ; : : The annual party: of the Wyn-

I nette Ladies Social and Saving
Club was held recently in the
-=- .L. home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Jones.
: Games were played by members

,, ,....... and guest during the even
Mrs. Flossie Young:, Public Health nurse from Washington D. C., ..- "h':,,,. ing. A variety of refreshments
spent a week in Jacksonville recently attending the U. B. Government <'-":f were served in the beautifully

Yeneral Disease Clinic held in the George Washington Hotel decorated dining room followedby
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While here she was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Smith. r ., \ _,: the exchanging of gifts. Every
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1921 South Myrtle Avenue. $4- J t .: one present received a gift.
Among those atending this .delightful -
In our haste to present the readers of this column with a A =
: i"- affair were Mrs Mary
descriptive narrative of the beautiful costumes seen at the Ambassadors :
Mrs Sadie
, ; Taylor Gadson Mrs.
Ball, we neglected to name the officers of the outstanding Louise .
.'. Preston. Mrs. Mary Ana
club sponsoring the event. t v .".... Nipper. Mrs. Johnnie M. Mat.

The Ambassadors Club Inc lists Its slate of officers as OscarI. 4 thews. Mr. and Mrs. L. Street

wiiimftM, president; Henry Beliny, vice president; W. Russell y I .'-';s ea r:':.:':;;v ,.. man. Isaac Stheetman, Will Mitchell.

Robinson, secretary; Casskis Jones, flnacial secretary; Andrew Mar. 4. ... .......-< Mrs. Helen Glover.

tin treasurer; James Morton, business manager; and James A. I Others included were Mrs lass

Joyner, chaplain. E. J. Bank*, Is the publicity chairman. Others are: Jackson, Mrs. Inez Wright. Mrs.

James Allen Robert Acosta Edward U. Barnes, James Bennett, u; a Leola Thomas. 11 r s. Charlotte

William Broadway, W. H. Bentley, IL James Greene, Johnny L. stttMWQ Wilson Mrs. Mabel Davis. Mrs.

Jackson, Charles F. James, Robert Jones, Eolene J. Jones, fiobert Marie Brown. Mrs. Lucille Ed

Jones, Al Joyner, Arthur McDonald, T. B. McPherson, John Myers, wards. Mrs. Bessie Belton Urn.

Charles' I*. Parsons Longlneu Parsons, Emmitt N. Reed and WaymonP. Anna Hooker. Mrs. Eliza Jones

Sorcey. w."..- Mrs. Mattie Jones and Mrs. Hat-

a s . I MR. AND MRS. LEROY BROWN Residing at 808 Clay HAPPY COUPLE-Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe tie Matthews.

Mrs. Norma H. Bland was hostess to a recent meeting of The Si. following their recent marriage rites which was held In the King are beaming happily following their

Smart Set, held in the lovely rompus room of her home. 4711 Ave. B. home of Mrs. Mattie L. Vaman 1318 W. 6th St. The bride is the February 15 wedding in the Shaw Memorial SEMINOLE CIRCLE

The two invited guests, Mrs. Thomasena Broom and Mrs. Elizabeth I, former Miss Delores George. Standing left to right. Harry N. Church. The bride is the former Miss Doris
B. Simmons, received! beautiful gifts from the hostess. Nesieler best man and the bride and groom. Marie Henderson.

Club prizes consisting of luxurious nylon sheets plastic table I -

service and a smart straw handbag, were won by Mrs. Elizabeth PLAZA SEWING CLUB, MARY McLEOD CIRCLE The home )f Mrs. A. Palmer

Downing; :Mrs. Vivian Holmes and Mrs Thelma Lewis respectively. GARDEN CIRCLE WOMEN'S GROUP! HOLDS was the recent setting for the annual -

Barbecued chicken headed the menu on this delightful occasion. I ANNUAL FETEThe HOLDS MEETINGThe party of he Seminole Gar

Others included in the Smart Set membership roster are Mrs. : den Circle. Mrs. Percy Kelly; ,

Nellyvonne T. Russell. Mrs. Joan Spaulding Mrs. Hortense W. Gray, HOLDSMEETING SETS JAMBOREE home of Mrs. Leila Thomas regular: monthly meeting Mrs Ramell Huto. Mrs. Ruby

Mrs. Lois Iszard, Mrs. Lola Schell Mrs. Louise Walton Mrs. Char. I was the setting for the recent :,:. of the Mary McLeod Bethune Circle -! Kitching and Mrs. Alberta Williams

lotte Stewart, Mrs. Jolita Simmons and Miss Gloria Brooks. annual party of the Plaza Sewing : were in charge of games
I was held Thursday at 7:30
FOR FUND DRIVE and I II '' and other recreational activities.
The January meeting of the Saving Circle. Gifts were .'p. m. in the home of Mrs. Madeline
Members of the local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority;) Rosebud Garden Circle was held I exchanged and many guests were Jones.' Gifts were exchanged and a de.

are continuing plans for celebration of Founders' Day, February 23. ( in the home of Mr. and Mrs j I present. Refreshments were licious repast was served.
Host and hostess for the meet-
at 4:00: p.m., in Lee Seminary Building on the campus of Edward L. Jones, with Mrs. L. Holmes, The Women's Division of the I i served. Members present were Mrs Et-
( ing was J. H. Holmes R. A.
Waters College. ..I Mrs. F. R. Cave Mrs. M. A. United Negro College Fund is The business meeting of the Lee and Mrs. Jones. I ta Holmes. Mrs. Mattie D. Mor1 .
An interesting feature jot, this celebration, and of each celebration i Butler and Mrs. G. Nairn, co. I I 1 gan Mrs. Janie Baker, Mill
sponsoring Warner's new musical 'Circle was held Thurslay at the The Circle
in this area honoring the founders; of Delta, is that one of Its j jHvlBg hostesses. : jointly with the.Johnnie M. McKelton, Mrs. Venus
I home of Mrs. Ida Jackson, 1309 j
founders is a life long resident of Jacksonville, Mrs. Winona I Durng the meeting by-laws I drama "Jamboree, starring Count Lee St. with Mrs. James Wallace ', Steward Board 0 f Ebeneezer Brown, Mrs. Edna Smith;

(). Alexander. Along with being active in the sorority, Mrs. Alexander j were adopted with a discussion Basic and other mescal celebrities I[ co-hostess. i Methodist Church, will presentthe Mrs. Alberta J. Williams William -

also takes part in various civic affairs and Is respected for her on "Horticulture" led by Mrs. A.1 at the Strand Theater March 2-8. '' _______ I II Choral Ensemble of Bethune T. White Herschell Scruggs

ability as a leader. j JL. Cartwright Plans were com- 1 Thirty-one colleges and universities i I Cookman in recital March 3 in I I! and Lucious Hutto:

Mrs. Cora Jordan White, an Ohio Journalist, will deliver theFoaDders' pleted for a show for "Happy|j will share in the funds: The t MISSIONARIES WILL the auditorium of Ebeneezer The next meeting of the group

Day address. I Haven". A variety of refreshments -'United Negro College Fund is Church. I is scheduled for March 6 at .thd'home

The Friends of Delta will hold a reception immediately after were served by the hos(.'America's first educational Community I SPONSOR TEA I A partial report was made by I of Mrs Maggie' Scurceryv;'

the program In the home of Mrs. A. I*. Lewis, 1706 Jefferson Street. I tesses. I Chest. I i i the members from ads and sponsors I M' 551 Minnie Street with Mrs. HI .

Mrs. Sybil P. Butler is program chairman.. The next meeting will be held The fund provides scholarships The Junior Women Mission of I during the meeting. I Scruggs president presiding.

i at the home of Mrs. Francis and opens the door to higher Mt Calvary Baptist Church will

The Jacksonville Modem Jazz Society has scheduled a. matinee I Pugh 1529 W. 20th St. ;, learning to thousands of eager sponsor its annual tea March 2 .
.I : from 4 to 6 p.m. in the basementof JUNIOR LEAGUE THRIFT SHOP
concert for March 2, beginning at 3:00 p.m., n Wilder Recreation young men and women each year.
Center, Third and Mt. Herman Streets. :Miss Yvonne Daniels fa.sh1on.i|i | Some of the southern colleges the church. A program arranged 12 Broad Street
I CRUSADERS* FORUM for the occasion will be
eWe and talented local disc jockey will be the featured'vocalist ; and universities participating are: -:- WINTER CLEARANCE SALE -:-

for the concert. i i'I I SET FOR SUNDAY Bethune-Cookman Atlanta University presented in a recital at the Entire regular stock of good used womea.'.,
Bennett church. March 2 at 3 pjn. In the men's and children's reduced to
Other participants include Billie Moore, Leon Gonzale Harold : Spellman Hampton. clothing
I i I Interest of the Senior Missionary .
Frazier Walter Thornton Alfred Cone J. Brooks and Teddy The Masonic Crusaders will Morehouse., Tuakegee. Morris half'price.TUESDAY 'I'"
i{IBrown and Talladega. Society. FEBRUARY 18
Washington I IMn. sponsor an open forum on "Land- -Ihna-
. marks of Masonry and their ob I I Tickets to the Musical Drama SAY YOU SAW IT FHIDAYrFEBHUAHY
I may be secured at the Myrtle IN THEFLOBIDA
jectives Sunday
Iris Knox was guest when Mrs. Claudia Jenkins entertained I I j 12 Broad Street
the Masonic Temple 410 Broad Avenue Hosiery Shop Myrtle I STAB
the HeOeneaians last Saturday evening at Club El DoradoThe
Avenue Pharmacy. Rick Food I
Street. !
group dined on a variety of seafoods, served oa platters, '
i The forum will be a joint session -I i, Store. Alexander Insurance
with the nasal trimmings. j l'
', of the worshipful masters Agency, Willie Smith's Pharmacyand
High scorers for the evening, who consequently received avail- members of the committee.
I past masters senior and junior
able prizes, were Miss Berolce Griffin, Mrs. Pearl Miner and Mrs. Why should hair
| wardens, master masons of Jacksonville your
Evelyn Barnes. Mrs. Lillie Allen qualified for the consolation award.
Duval and adjacent I
a a .
counties working under the protection -i GILBERT GLEE CLUB old and
Elizabeth Simmons enter- I( you're gray1Look
All members were present when Mrs. of the Most worshipful say
i iI :
Club last Saturday evening
tained the Entre Nous Bridge Union Grand Lodge of Free and

home on West Eighth Street. I Accepted Masons jurisdiction of i IN MUSIC CLINIC I!
Mesdames Frances Johnson and Charlotte Stewart were presented Florida. Business will also be r ,

prizes for outstanding performances in the bridge session, transacted. Matthew Gilbert Junior and

while Mrs. Mozelle Bruton received the consolation award. Several speakers will appear, Senior Glee Clubs and the Concert -

Mrs. Simmons served her guests a delicious Chinese dinner of among them will be Rudolph I|I[ Band will participate in the ,

Shrimp Chow Mein, sweet-sour salad, egg- rolls and hot tea. Bradley of Miami, the Rev. H. Y. annual Duval County Music Clinic
Brown, J. H. Goodson and A. J.
;; to be held this year in the New o .:'bryH, .
The Femlnae Gravitae Club held Installation services recently'. Collins. I I Stanton Senior High School. I Ii Ij S (1'A i.s' w ;
la the home of Mrs. Willie Mae Smart, 1051 Frazier Street, with A question and answer period
Guest conductor for the Junior
Mrs. Mildred Christopher officiating. I I will follow the discussion. j
High School Deparment this
Participating to! the ceremony were Mrs. Catherine Burns, president be"Dr. g
Irvin. Cooper, composer -
; Mrs Mary Jones, vice president; bars Bonnie Bush secretary; JOHN E. FORD PTA '
and arranger of music. The
Mrs. Haifa HoQoway, fln>weal secretary; Mrs. Gussle Cunningham, fiA *:
TO PRESENT TEA senior Department will have Dr.
treasurer; and Mrs. Julia E. Brooks, business manager. I
Mrs. Christopher was presented with a beautiful tray, and two i Foster as guest conductor. 5 x _

other special guests, Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin and Mrs. LeO Jacksoa The P.T.A. of John E. Ford Rehearsals are being held dally r n

Elementary School will observe and the: complete program for
received lovely gifts from the hostess. r
their annual Calander Tea and I I the entire two days period will
Crab awards were won by Mrs. Hazel IJUienthal and Mrs.. .Julia .
E. Brooks. Founders Day celebration Sunday, be announced. ..
February 23, from 4 o'clock until n'"
The menu, which was beaded by savory broBed ttktaa, also
8 in the school cafetortum.
featured. : heart-shaped gelatin salad. q Yq
Others attending the meeting Included Mrs. Marie Argrett, Mrs. Speaker for the occasion will r

Denear King, Mrs._ Elizabeth Jones, Mrs. Sara Scott Stewart and be the Rev. Wilbert Miller, pas- ABOUT PEOPLE Ir v1I
tor of the, Laura Street Presbyterian .
Mrs. Agnes Beeves.
a a Church. An interesting

Mr. and Mrs Rudolph: Galvin were at home to a few of their program has been planned for Mrs. Aradene E. Ricks, 2645 : ;?

intimate Mends last Friday evening, at'616 West Seventeenth Street. your enjoyment.An Kings Ave., has just returned to '

Refreshments consisted of hors d'oeuvers, apple pie and' coffee. invitation has been extended the city after spending a pleasant I 4 -j

Present at the enjoyable affair were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur to the public.MINSTREL vacation In New York City as I'

Montgomery, Miss Helen Stoddard Mrs. Louise Guinyard :Mr. and guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.

Mrs. Roy Sykes, Mrs. Marie McClaln. George Burrougs. Mrs.: Lois IS SLATED Merritt who spent several weeks 1 1 I

Avery Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. White and William P.ampson. FOR DADS CLUBThe here. While vacationing in New t! younger. look lovelier todaII!

I'York! she was also entertained

I i the Rev. and Mrs.
Susie EL Tolbert Dads Club J. by 1 Forget those "gray hair" heartaches! models (like the one shown here) '
I Matthews and Mss
will present a minstrel April 18, !| Mary Thorpe. Codefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring can you'll be prouder of your hair when
LILLY'S DRUG STORE in the school auditorium for the I give your hair young-looking, lovely. you choose Godefroy's Larieuse! It's

benefit of the membership drive.I I Mrs. Annie Bell McCleandon looking color right away .glowing the famous brand in the red box, lli

1907 Kings Road at Spires Participants in the minstrelare of Savannah Ga., will be the' lustrous color that lasts and lasts! known for its dependability for more lJ<

: Willie R. Williams, Thorn 1 I weekend guest of. Mrs. Verna L'' than 50 years. Get it at your favorite

t...,. 4.i' ton Belcher, Calvin Cole, .Ashby 1.I Ingram at 1486 W. 25th St. Mrs.I And take a tip from professional cosmetic counter today

Where Experienced \,. : <*f Cowart Moses Thompson, Robert II I.McCleandon is a nurse in one

Pharmacists Prepare Freeman, James Cannon John of the hospitals in Savannah. I '

Your Prescription According Clark, Leroy Jackson, Roy Jackson I : ST

to doctors John Groomes and others. I
Mrs. Ira Washington of 1153
Rehearsals have been set for
instructions Using
W. 26th..; is ill in the Brewster
......;.."",. '. only the best quality Tuesday the school.and Friday nights at !I Hospital. Mrs Washington is a 2.Jks?

: <; dru9 l member of Grant Memorial AME
Publicity chairman is Marion

..Uk Young, assisted by Ashby Co- .Church. O
Dr. a E. BSaek: Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham wart, John W. Scott, Jr., and c

-:- -:- -:- Earl Clark. Mrs. Ines Flynn 2025 York fit, ,

Committee members are Al- returned to the city recently from

A COMPLETE LINE OF .. bert Pierce, Warren Pierce Jut Raleigh N. c., where she visited

Cosmetics .... Robber Goods -:- Candles -:- Sundries Ins Williams Earl dark Edmond her sick brother, Planny Wmis. .
Collins Thomas Wiggins, B L. Mrs. Flynn is a member of Mt. t. Sfa+Pooltalrmoro.pYpA." 2. Apply Ood froft ....... 9. Aftc color.. olcwIoptdL.
FRESCKIPTIOXS OA'I'Y.rFOB AND DEums! )) Miller l ddeI.z God. tro7's tarl.w. wBfc heady eppftcotw beM.. .I.....oe koftr gob ..d Ml layovr
L Clyde IflttfiftH George Pleasant Baptist Church South- ........ M heats vyMwMANUPAOTURINO -
r Pa_,_ Marian Youug.
Bid* .
; 'eD'.PROY. ... OO. SBtO OLIVB TI BBT aT. LOUIS. .. M..
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I Florida School Of Mission: To Meet June 25 29 I

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Ir: r*""'Ti-t: > cf '-v.3 "Mrs o; TS*. P"'ul Lutheran Church

: servl'*. DliU'C: Twelve o" Be.he! of Miin Gudensill conduct

t n lpttS. Church presented Deicni : a sees of midweek Lenten services -

i ti J F Ave_y a "money tree" anJ which began with an Ash
The Sc'.io: 1 o- :\ss'or.sd: Christian Service, under #- a letter of appreciation in -ecog- i i I r.%.l-wl-y: service on February

the auspices of the Florda Conference: \Voman' Society : 19 Services
Hit i Ys years of service at [ A. will be held every
of Christian: Service a-d Weslevan Service Guild of the -"e '_uroh. Wednesday night until Easter.-

Central Jurisdiction, ct the \VD5 ard! Board of Missionsof Deacon Avery has relinquished The series of sermons by Pasi -
the} Methodist Church'will convene: here at Boylan-Haven
his arfAe! service with the dist j i tor Junes Bouman is entitled
Sch bl Jur.e 25th through the 23th. ;
......_ AL___ ___.. __ ., '_. r I .. ,vet because of ill health and "Great Questionsfor Strong
.1ne Ula:{: (;Vll!u>"':::1 "v :I .J '1; "
assumed an advisory and at-large'i Christians.: The first topic was

are "Unde'3tantng: : ; Of Ctl.tures" s itu* :n the board of deacons "Could Ye notVatch with Me
"The Middle East, and AJ.E. PRELATE 1'I One Hour"
The honoree has had a long
The-Book! cf Isiiah. x3y
and distinguished church career. 1 I I ImitationS have been extended
Each d-rict in the c nfeixnc
beg ntng; with his baptism into i i: to the public to attend these
all officersin ; SPEAKER
is expected; to have IS
Mt C 1'- ul Baptist Church atWinifiel !!I shaft and informal serv cea.:
attend jnce and each: : 1 local soc -
i. Ga. at an early age. !.I -
etyhateen urged to have as I
'I He became a member of Bethel -!<
nun!--members pnfaent as pos-AT
BETHEL.ft in 191>6.' and has served I
s.ble.: M s. II T. McKenzie has CITYWIDE CHOIRS
,,; trumpeteer in the Sunday School i j jan
been chosen to serve as dean.Mrs. !:
.! BYPU Orchestras tenor in TO GIVE AFFAIR ,
Bernice Hall of Maimi is
Bishop Sherman L. Green, the
the choir and assistant deaconto
ell.irn1Jn of the program com- presiding prelate of the Eleventh t_ the present District 12. serving The City Wide Choirs Union of
mittee and there will be presentations I D i s't i t comprising
Episcopal r c
-a under the Rev. Charles Robin. which J. A. Watson is presidentwill
on the theme "Prepare Ye Florida of the African Methodist :
'n when the unit was called present a benefit program
The Way". ,
Episcopal Church was guest x District 8.Presentations. March 9 at 3 p. m. at Midway

Other persons on the Karlene general speaker at Bethel Baptist Institutional The home of Mrs. Leila Thomas was the selling for the recent annual party of the were made at the AM E Church, 1454 Vanburen
committee include Mrs. I 1 I
Child?, Josie Ayers, Fannie Church list Sunday in te Plaza:: Sewing and Saving Circle. Gifts were exchanged and many guests were present. deacons home by officers of the Street. The program is for the
service.The .
i morning Refreshments served. benefit of the union.
Thomas and Elzora G.11: of Gainesville were district headed by Mrs. Julia E.
; Mrs L. D-xon: of :Miami; I speakervho v.ai presented:! The business meeting of the Circle was held! Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ida Brocks presdent and Daccn -

f by the Rev. Robert H. Wils'n.I Jackson. 1309 Lee s:., with Mrs. James Wallace co-hostess. Ernest Tones
Mrs, Ada Louden. Ft. Myers; Mrs.
Bethel pastor, spoke on 'The ---I
Josie Lang. Newberry; Mrs. Hat-I 1
Co tly Price of Human Eror." DAY SPRING: UNIT
tie L James, Jax; :Mrs. R. V. :, WOMEN PLAN ; Real EstateLOANS
selecting his text from the first BETHEL }
B nln. Ft. Lauderdale and Mrs. PLANS OBSERVANCE
I verse of the 31st chapter of tho fOR
Margaret Bartley of DaytonaBaeu
Book cf bush, "Wo to them --- ----- 111 .$ $
who serves the committeeas
i' that go do-.vn to Egypt for help The merabers of District, 15 of ANNIVERSARYOBSERVANCE The Women of Mt. Olive Prmii-

secretary. and rely on herses, and trust "n Day Spring Baptist Church will 1 ive Bapist Church located at the $lOOO. $2.000 $3.0(40
chariots because observe their anniversary: Sundaya $&,000 up to $-!5OOii,
--- they are mry, corner of Myrtle Ave., will spon-
and in horse-me.i because they: 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs.Oliver sor a banquet and turkey dinner I I Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun

INSTALLATION are very strong, but they look McGhee, 1318 W. Fifth St. j Friday, beginning at 7 p.m. in' Ire.') on unpaid balance at 6'-J
not unto the Holy One of Israel, Mrs. Celia Anderson will serve 1 I the basement of the church ; *- 'is help you t.. <'mplete \

neither seek Jehovah. 1 as mistress of ceremonies The our house or refinance 33
Tickets for the event be
SCHEDULED FOR I !' annual address will be delivered Observance of the one-hundred may veajn: the same place.
Speaking insteai of Dr. William [ I and twentieth anniversary of I secured from any captain or mem-

I jB. Stewart. Edward Waters Col-; by Dewey Duncan. I Bethel Baptist Institutional ber. The affairs are being sponsored FOR DRIVER'S Call -

lege president who was out of [ Others appearing on the program ; for the benefit of the annual {

REVEREND MOSSInstallation I' town due to earlier commitment, t are: Henry Martin, DeaconA. .Florida"Church the and"Mother Church of I: Women's Day observance LICENSES J. P. YOUNG
I the fifth for the ,
was Dr. Reid Jackson, dean of i j Bell, Mrs. Otrie Lee Kirkland, March 9th. Or Learning To Url" j
Mr Simmons or Mr. Walsh
pastor: the Rev. Robert H. Wilson i I
Mrs. Vera Mrs. Anita
j' Bythwood
the He also introduced
college. will The captains for the observanceare \XAniuvTNrt SCHOOl | Main and Monroe
begin Friday, Feb. 28 and
Hair, Mrs Amela Malone, Mrs.
services members of th I
for the faculty. Also : Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall, Mrs.
I 'tis
continue through Monday night. Kl:. 1-OtU!* IIS4 \\'. Ss4' ..41O Temple BIdg.
Minnie Lee Brown :Mrs. Thelma
Reverend H. M. Moss, who Is present were Mrs. J. B. Epperson Mar. 31. : Lola Grant Mrs. Beatrice Davis, Phone EL -SO II

pastor of Galilee Baptist Church supervisor of the Women's Missionary Simpkins. Deacon M. Grant and : Mrs. Hattie Mosely. Mrs. WillieT. .H. I,. PerH"tia. Ilir EL BJW9I

located on Gilmore Street, will beheld f Department, Mrs. Louise''' Mrs Malissa: Biggins. The program will be carried on : Baker. Mrs. Annie B. Smith
I through the cooperation of local : ------- ,
February 24-29. Genwright -- -----
supervisor Young ---
j Mrs. Thelma Edwards, Mrs.
Various ministers and their con I People's Department, and Dr. C. ministers and their congregations:I Carrie Samples. Mrs. Lucile Leon

gregatlons will be present each S. Williams director of public'' REV. LUCIUS CAVE and out of town ministers and I. Mrs Ollie Mae Sherman, Mrs.
night. relations of the llth laymen from different sections of DR. LEE MANDEL
Episcopal TO RUN MEETINGSAT Ruth McPherson, Mrs. Bessie Hill! .
the country.The
Opening services
will be con District. and Mrs. Laura Johnson
ducted by the Reverend \V A.i, Platform guests were presiding ST. STEPHENSA program will get underwaywith OPTOMETRIST
Alack and congregation. eiders:: A. J. Dailey and -R. Elwin the observance of Prayer The m*mbe"s of the banquet
February 25, Deland 1 : committee are Mrs. Vicey F- .
Baptist Lamb and Dean J. B. Epperson meeting Day Friday Feb 28, at which
Church, the Rev. J. Finney pastor of the beginning Monday time James, general chairman; Mrs. i Announces The Opening Of His OfficesAt
Theological .
r i Department. night and running thru Wednesday prayer service will be held I
will Amy Smith, co-chairman Mrs.
charge. The Rev.F. ;
night will be conducted at on the hour of each hour of the ANEW
Williams who is of --- ---- I, Leola Solomon, publicity chair-I
St. Stephen AME Church at 5th day from 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. At I!
Bethel Baptist man; Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, assiS-
Church .
and Davis Streets. noon, a radio broadcast of the LOCATION
wat r, will conduct service February CHURCH HONORS service will be held. tant secretary and others. '

26.February. The meeting will be conductedby -- 128-A West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville Florida
27, Friendship Primi the Rev. Lucius Cave of --
<' Kline, South Carolina. Rev. Cave I Office ELgin 4-3988 -:- Residence FLanders 9-1809
tive Baptist Church, the Rev. H.I LEWIS MEMORIAL MUSIC FETE SLATED :
Robinson and congregation' will I ARiUSFLEMING has been blind from birth, and

be present. The installaion sermon| has been in the ministry since ANNOUNCES EVENTSThe FOR MACEDONIA f:

will be.delivered by the Rev. R.I I 1 I early boyhood. He has led a very I I

Brooks, pastor of Greater Zion I Deacon Attrus Fleming was successful ministerial career, Reverend N. McCray. who, The Junior Women Missionary
I i WILSON & SONQuality
Grove Baptist Church, Wescon- recently with a testimonial -:l though blind. Is pastor of Lewis Memorial AME Society of Macedonia Baptist
nett. service by the members |I I Prof. John H. Bolden; composer, Church announces the .following Church will sponsor a musical

of Second Baptist Church of I t l singer and band director of Dar- activities: i|I prgram Feb. 24 at 8 p.m. at the Shoe Service

which he serves as a member of ;l nell-Cookman! School will be guest Sunday February 2 3 Sunday' church. .

the board. I soloist Monday night School begins at 9:00: a. m. Mor.ring ; Mrs. Sadie Gibson of Bethel -

CENTRAL METHODIST Mr. Fleming who. is known The meeting will be held for worship at 11:00 a. m.. The I Baptist Church will serve as nar DYEING AND REFlNlSlUNGORTJIOPEDIC

SCHEDULES EVENTSCentral throughout the state as an active the benefit of Group 20 to aid Presiding Elder, A. P. Postell rator. WORK

churchman, has been a memberof I in the big drive now in progressat will deliver the message. Others appearing on program INVISIBLE SOLES ., J

C. M.. E. Church of Second Baptist Church for j the church, Mrs. Altamese S. At 3:00: p.m. the pastor Is asking are: Mrs. M. K. Gibson, David

which the Rev. Oscar R. JacksonIs more than 38 years. He servedas Roberts, captain. the members to accompany Gibbs Miss Barbara J. Simmons '

pastor announces the following treasurer of the church for him to Orange Grove Baptist ,P. J. WUliams and John Gripper 2935 MyrilQ Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4.7025 ,

activities: i 30 years, and chairman' of the Church, located at the corner of r; Mrs. D. E. Smith is the chair,j Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.
Deacon Board for eight WEST UNION 3ist ''
Sunday February 23, Sunday years: BAPTIST Pearce Streets. I man of the program commttee. .

School begins at 9:45, a.m. with The testimonial was given <'as TO OBSERVE EVENTThe

Superintendent Willie B. Simmonsand an act of appreciation for the

teachers in service rendered for the past
At 10:45: four years, during the illness of members of West Union
ajiu Consecration
service for choir and usher board the Rev. K. D. Britt. pastor of 58th Baptist Church will observe the ATTENTION' PARENTS!

two, to be followed with Second Baptist anniversary of the church I

the He has _rv.d. .. .... -'-...1&AG. ___ __ and the 30th anniversary of the .
regular hour of worship. The Rev. -- '- & IUAD ox
Reverend William .
w. R. Johnson will deliver the the finance.committee of the East Cummings pastor
February 17 through February
and -

morning From 4 message.to 6 p.m.. the Jill and for 31 years Bethany and as co-chairman Association:. 24. Baby Shoes .
During the ,
and secretary for the anniversary ctkbra-' AT
Jerry Kndergarten will be Progressive
sented in a musical pre. Baptist Convention of Florida. He ties special services and programs .

board one.Youth by usher succeeded the Rev. K. D. Britt as I are scheduled, with some Children Shoes 1s \
of the %
secretary on the Natonal Baptist outstanding local o
Fellowship 5 pjn.. with
Mrs. c. Brown In charge. Evening Convention of Americas finance appearing as program D tS

worship will be called at the committee in 1955. I participants. Teenage Shoes BAll \

usual hour. Many religious parsonages were '! Highlights of the anniversarywill \
in attendance be the musical to be .
at the presented
Monday night a 8 o'clock, the testimonial.
Rev. Mr. Johnson will conduct by the combined choirs Colors

the business part of the second ST. THOMAS CHURCH and choruses during the evening. I

quarterly conference. Each district
requested to bring in NATIONALLY KNOWN BH. iDs

written reports. : JOINT OBSERVANCE i'LENTEN I
members are: Mrs. Nicey ARCH PRESERVERS- IHttSS lips:

Walder Griffin, 1588 Johnson St: District 2 and 9 of St. Thomas t| A cordial'iiritatidri{

St.Harold; Alonzo Wallace Roberts, 1588, 5910 W.Avenue 33rd joint Baptist anniversaries Church will Sunday observe at their 7:30 I f to friends services to to attend be Unity's b.extended Lenten GEReVIYETTESAnil Many Other \Veil! Known Iirv i

B. Veteran's" Hospital in Lake P-m. in the auditorium of conducted at THE ORIGINAL RETAIL PRICE
City and Mrs. Eliza Johnson 229 church. House, 142 WfifiE $7.95 AND $8.95
Tyler St.:, each
Elm evening starting
Street. The annual I
sermon will be delivered Feb. 25: and YOU WILL
ending March FIND ATHITOPS
1 In
by the
Rev. T. E. Olds j I'a
candlelight -
ANNIVERSARY SET associate minister of St. Thomas'Music ,i l' The Christian service. --

BY DEACONS FEB. 24 Female will Chorus be furnished Mrs. Rosa by Lee the 'I Lent as the season world of prayer recognises and '3 99 anu 84 99 HOUSE SLIPPERS

Albritton fasting, that precedes the $3.98
win serve as mistress Joyous I SCHOOL SHOES VALUES
The Deacon Board of Shiloh of ceremonies. : festivity of East. It'Is a 40-day AT r $OOO .
Baptist Church period of prayer and DRESS SHOES
will hold Its anniversary Appearing on he program will fasting ug. G
in the main auditoriumof be D. Shaver and M. Miner{ gesting the idea of a f foundation

the church, February 24th. Deacon H. James Adams for something to follow.

A program win be presented I In Annie Lee Pope. Mrs. Blanche; Mrs Unity teache air adult' Bible Spencer I.iuld'S9os

observance of the occasion, Miller, Mrs. Nellie Mae class at IT78 Splrear Ave:. each:
King the
The chairman of the board is Rev. W.,C. Neal Willie SlmcS'q"alternocm: at (:30' pjit.: -"' .

Deacon Oscar 1C. Brown who has Warren tERn and Mrs Attrition jr L. each and'a "Lessons in Truth" clan ... Laura Sir.*l Store Only Dowalown ...... '- -
solicited the cooperation of an. Johnson ttursday at 8 pan, at the -






Ending Saturday. February 22 1958 .' THE FLORIDA STAR Page FIn-

running back who agreed t o .
i terms. IKellett said Moore's car-'
ly agreement to contract terms <

WITH BALTIMORE was in sharp contrast to his delay -' I 1f: J *

last year when he waited' FOUR .PALMETTO MEN __ *
BALTIMORE The Baltimore until well after training c amp CHARGED \\will LOTTERY '

Colts have signed contract 0 f had opened. BHADENTCX State Attorney

Lenny Moore the National Football 1 Moore led the league last year | W. M. Smiley. has filed charges r *

League's top yardage gainer in total yardage gained on pass j against four men from Palmetto ad *

last season. catches and rushes, beating out with conducting a lottery.
Ifcn Kellett Colts manager an Frank Gifford of the New York One of the men, Lawrence

nounced the signing of the fast Giants 1175 to 1116.REMODEJJNG&REPAIRINC. Thomas, 59, has been employed asa I *
-- chauffeur for Peace Justice C.
L. Baker for 10 years. Others .
charged and under $1500 bond Y .

each are Elijah Nelson. 49;

George Rhodes, 58; and Henry .

I. James Carter 39. t \a.a : -
-:- AT SENSIBLE' PRICES -:- \ap 1WrYdtoeuc


was arrested in her home Thurs- .

day and charged with the sale

of untaxed whiskey. She is being
held in jail in lieu of $250 bond. n A tip of the Pepsi Cupto
Also arrested was Ed Lee on these outstanding

charges of destroying evidence. young! Americans, who
ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. make our country and
Authorities said two of
gallons GRETEL AND GERTIE DANCE STUDENTS who will appear in the Jacksonvilleball our community a better
l untaxed whisky were poured downa park in the Band-O-Rama March 17th. Standing left Gloria Glover. Floria Hi place In which to live.

EV 4U4105 drain. They said evidence ring. Cecil Mans Sandra Combo. Yvonnie Mitchell. Sandra Mil ton. Beverly Frailer. .

fills SUDBURY JAX. FLA. A"E- pointed to Lee as the destroyer.TALLAHASSEE Joyce Gray. Darlene Murene, Elizabeth Holmes. Beverly Thomas and Larletta Calvin. * *

-- -
-The appoint-,
i ment of Dr. Annabelle E. Spannto PUPIL ASSIGNMENTLAW MRS. A. r f+ ?rxra
___ I II I Ii the newly created position ofI IS REJECTED ,
i association dean of the school of

agriculture been announced and home by economicshas FloridaA NASHVILLE, Tenn. District EAST COAST BAPTIST ASSN.

and M: University President
Judge William E. :Miller rejectedthis i
I George ,V. Gore, Jr. Dr. Bpann's
I appointment became effective week a pupil assignment plan The Florida East Coast Missionary Baptist Association met recently -
I! schools in Fort Pierce Florida, with the Rev. J. H. Io>lphus. moderator -
t February 1. for Nashville city and
I presiding. The keynote address was delivered by Mrs. A. O. Parker -
The new appointee is a nativeof
I the school board until
gave April1st Cocoa president of the Women's Auxiliary, who spoke on "TheNeglected
Ij Chester, S. C., and was gradu- ..
j -
with another
to come up plan 'Tasks ot tne Church.T .
ated from South Carolina State
very liberal College at Orangeburg with the for gradual desegregation.Under h e Association unanimously I I : EVELYN L\TnIER.

earnings are com.pounded CURRENT RAn Each account is Ii batchelor of science degree in the pupil assignmentplan endorsed a Good Relations resolution i DRUMMOND Forty Fifth Street -ttI

SemiAnnually insured up to ,I 1946. Dr. which was presented by : Senior School
home economics in parents so desiring could I Junior High itE"t'l'u
on Sav. 101 $10000, by the Spann was graduated from Cornell the Moderator, the Rev. J. H. is a member of the
Federal send their children to an all-white -tc
ings In this Association 3 Y2O, Savings : University Ithaca New Dolphus, and also passed the recommendations i SIGNS CONTRACT I 10th grade class. She i3 presi.dent
and Loan Insurance school school to -tc
an all-Negro or
of the nominating
which I s York, with a master of science;! of her homeroom ,
chartered and supervised Corporation i degree in education and a minor ': an integrated school. committee that the entire rosterof -- I Secretary of the speech 7't

by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by an j i in home economics in 1951. Recently : First integraed classes were officials be re-elected for another NEW YORK The New York-t I club, president of the senior

U. S. Glvenunent. act of Congress j! Dr. Spann completed work started in some of the first term. 'I Giants of the National Football glee club and an honor stu. -tc

towards her doctorate degree grades. About 12 Negro children The success of the convention League drafted Herbert Drum I dent.

-- _u enrolled for mixed classes at the was marked by an allocation of mond. Central State Collegeslinebusting *******"' **
more thann ten thousand dollarsto fullback in the annual
fall term. :
FKIHH GETTING UP NIGHTS Florida Normal and Industrial draft held in Philadelphia IP'I
inn.iTY ; Attorneys for several Negro College at St. Augustine Florida. players t I II
If worried by "Bladder TOeAkneu" (Getting parents are seeking full integration I last January. I
Saving;* ami Loan Attwinlim qnent.Up burning Nights or or Bed Itching Wetting urination, too)tre-or of city schools. Attorneys Re-elected to office by acclamation Drummond received a telegramfrom I { I u.

Strong Smelling.and Cloudy Bladder Urine Irritation due to. for the school argued that the were: The Rev. J. H. Dol- the Giants office telling I; iI k
common Kidney
try CYSTEX for quick help. 80 ysart UM court has already accomplished phus, Moderator; Mrs. A. O. Parker him of his selection. The big tI
prove wtfety for young and eld. Ask druggist : presdent of the Women's I
for CYHTKX under money-back guar the purpose of the lawsuit by bruising fullback said "this is one
antee. See bow fast you Improfe. O. W. 1st Vice I
Auxliary Foster
: moments of
of the happiest my
ruling out racial discrimination. ___ ''t
Moderator; P.V.. Williams, 2nd life."
-- ---- u -- -- --
--- I It vice Moderator J. Parson 3rd
: The big fellow graduated \
Vice Moderator: H. H. White. 4th Cardoza High School in Washing ,
Vice Moderator; J. N. Byrd, recording -i ton. D. C, where he 'was selectedto ..,... s
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO. DEAL WITH DAVIS! : secretary; J. K. Bryant.' the All City teams in 1952 and FLORA .EnRlNa

ass't recording secretary; G. W 1953. He entered Health Phisical jc New Stanton Senior .
Butler, corresponding secretary; Education and Recreation. He
High School
S. A. Thomas, treasurer; W. M. was selected to the 1957 Pitts-
6-PC _5 Hall, Jr. statistician; J A. Har- burg Courier All-American team +c Tribute is paid to Flora of

s ington,' Bible Instructor: N. A. and to the 1957 All-Midwestern the 10th grade class. She Is

Jenkins ass't Bible Instructor; team., iC a member of the Student

t E G. C. Bradley, parliamentarian; Drummond tips\ the scales at fC Council New Homemakers of
historian J. M. Cole- 220 is exceptionally fast
R. H. Lee. ; pounds
America, flannel and Gretel
man, chairman Executive; W. C. for a big man, a vicious tackler,
hLT Com- blocker and handled thekickoffs Dance School and an honor
flu Edgar, secretary Finance a good CC
mission; A. L. Lawrence, chair- punting and extra 4 student.

man Finance Commission; E. T. points during his four years of *

Graham, auditor; J. W. Toomer. competition.BRUTOfTTO". _lit_x_Y hl .

chairman Missionary; E. C. Till- K ,

man, secretary of mission. d
Principal sessions were held at KK

the Friendship Baptist Church
It 1. t 's, '1 it !4 n t it ti 3t White host
t t t 1. I. i; S, ja with Rev. H. N. pastor
and Mt. Olive Bapist Church, WEAR CUBUNIFORM
:ll It I 1 ( ,. 3 wx1
I t Rev. R. J. Cliffn. host pastor. K
) th4a ,
',' '
> ', ,, ,
l ; 1 "*' ;,if'.. ,,"' ,; : S?
tfl .; ,
;;.. :'
SEGREGATION IN NEW '. :>'"'' rtEJ r." I
.. 'L<< <
"'I : -
1 'ii ORLEANS MILWAUKEE*Discussions are --So

l,; 1.i growing stronger and stronger PENELOPE JONES *
y U. s.l.| the fleet-footed Fifth Street
: I ORLEANS The. 'that Billy Bruton, Forty *

... -.- Fifth Circuit of Appeals outlawed 1 i* center fielder of the Milwaukee Junior SenIor High School
a % I Braves is destined to be wearinga Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pep. *
I this week segregation on j
Chicago Cubs uniform In 1953. si Cola Bottling Co. areproud
.j EASY city busses and street cars in From the way things looks on t 0 salute Penelope *

.-. New Orleans. the baseball front the December Jose of the 10th grade class, *
Ii' The appeals court said the case trade between the Braves and the where she serves' as secretary --Ie

< TERMS was controlled by the city of Cubs were not completed and of her homeroom. She *

: .: Montgomery transit case, affirmed that Bruton is headed for Wrig- i was elected Miss 45th Street

OPEN A by the U. S. Supreme Court. II ley Feld if his knee holds up. 1957-58, president' of the *.

1 .. CHAI&EACCOUNT 81mII&r to : Abraham L. Davis Jr., and \ Rumors are popping up an a- speech club and an honor ,..

.. s .' Plettre .. .- William R. Adams had filed the long the baseball front that the student

case.. They were represented by Cubs who are badly in consulted need of * *
-. National Assn. a centerfelder h a v e
TODAY of the
s ';::,"<" ;"; f atorneys decided '
for the Advancement of Colored Bruton's doctor and have *
to wait until spring before
People.It from Pepsi
A whether t 0
is the fourth time in less deciding definitely Cola to these three' Merit
:- s. es.- had take him as final payment for *
than a week that the court Awarad winners!

ruled against Louisiana segregation pitchers Bob Rush Don Kaiser ft Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
0.. j and infielder Eddie Hass.
laws. ..... salutation on Pepsi ColaW
OUTFIT INCLUDES: on TOUT dial Saturday
10:45 to 11:45. A.MWesk .
$ 95 .
Into Full-Size Bed
--So aBed That Opens N -'b *

_... Modern Coffee Table, 2 End Tables AT AM! V .,

Attractively Styled Table Lamps
_:- 2 *
; 1 rD -

Furniture Company ..
$5.00- 't :w<% ; .

"SI..D( CARTER. starring Jock Mhccry,
Here's a seen from CoinDoa1ers
135 Brood St. Phone EL 3-5791 Pepsi
-:- Julie Adam and Tim Hovel (above), technicolor western showing of
week at the Strand Meta feature
DOWN at mUnlrht tonight and all Jacksonrffls)
the filing monster thriner also mComteg
1 Is the midnight: to the Strand, HtJ

RAlE-ZTERlIS OPEN UNTIL 9 FBIDAY NIGHTS techalooior.1'1III, Warner -JAMBOREE.next Saturday starring Fate Domno Count

r Bade Joe wmsuna the TMBtborta+ aad FraakJe

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I -' .:-- News-. Of- Intel es From .,All! Sections Of'- Beautiful_ Florida = I





Week will be observed at Bethune-Cookman College 4 :r, w I, AT FLA. A&M ,; r g 9r _

beginning Monday February 24th through'Friday. February 28th, ; t f
with the Reverend Carlton Van Ornum. minister of the First Methodist -
Church Ilion New York, as the principal speaker, and the TALLAHASSEE-Baseball is in a kF
Reverend J. B. F. Williams Minister of the Ebenezer :Methodist the air at Florida A and M University -
Church, this city, platform speaker Tuesday February 25th at 7:00 I| with more than 50 prospects \?
p.m. The Reverend Ernest Newman, minister of the Methodist 6 ', I I reporting for practice re i
Church Ocala, will be the platform speaker Wednesday eveningat 4. asa cently.
7:00 pan. "The Christian Witness On The College Campus" will Coach O. A. Moore said he is '' sets

be the general theme of the observance. expecting first .baseman Curtis
The members of the Religious Mitchell, shortstop Morris' Pas-
Life Committee are: President I DR. JAMES H. LEWIS kell, and pitcher Ben Pratt to be

Richard V. Moore, Rogers P. Fair I'I WILL SERVE AS top performers as freshmen. He
James E. Huger, Mrs. Florence expects to cut the squad to 25 i iMrs
J. B. Borders Mrs. Wanda M. SCOUT CHAIRMAN before the opener on the new diamond S k

Broussard Dean A. R. Crowell, I on the campus off Railroad -

Hiss Mary L. Divers, Mrs. J. B. Dr. James H. Lewis, presidentand | Avenue. !
Engram, Mrs. Nadine Ferrell, chairman of the board Afro, Key men from last year's squad Cora Jordan White
:Miss L. S. Gilmore, Dean B. L. American Life Insurance Company I who will be missed are outfielder I Columbus Ohio Civic and Fraternal -

Mathis, Rev. Daniel and L Smith, will serve as general finance 5 .\ Willie Bussey. catcher Ernest Sis. leader will serve a* principal
Dr. W. D. Wheeler. Student representatives chairman for the Boy Scout I trunk and pitcher Charles New speaker for the Founders

are: Miss Luella McBride Camp Coacoochee fund drive h man. SistrunK batted .327. hit Day Celebration of Alpha Iota
Miss Norman J Smith. which gets underway with a two home runs and batted in I, Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma

Miss Shirley Payne, Miss Joyce "Kick Off" dinner, Thursday, M.s.rrv I I seven runs. Newman won four Theta Sorority Sunday Febm,
Shlpp and Mr. Alphonso Brown. Feb. 27 in the cafeteria of the v '1, games last season without a de- I ary 23 at 4 p.m. in the audi-
torium of B. F. Lee Seminary
Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist
} feat.Letter I
PEDIATRICIAN GUEST AT Church at 8 p.m. v I men returning are pitch. i Building# Edward Waters' College
x : :: ..J8l'ksoDilleFIa.. Mrs.
FLORIDA A AND M CLINIC Mr. Lewis, an outstanding re- r ers James Carmichael Cullen j I
TALLAHASSEE The Chair- ligious leader has on several occasions Lowe William Edwards, David I j White, a graduate of Spellmaa

man of the department of pedia- headed up fund drives R'M Gardner and ,Eugene Pickett; in. College= and Capitol University
I fielders Tommy Chandler, Eu. fc* active an a member of the
trics at Meharry Medical Collegewill for Camp Coacoochee which were II
be one of the 15 guest clinl I very successful in making possible ry gene Edwards Richard Evans Ohio Civil Rights Commission
Roosevelt Giddens Robert Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, a
clans during the annual Florida vital improvements at Camp Coa-
A and M University Clinic Association choochee which offers scouting Richard Lloyd Bobby Phillips, trustee Willierforce Univer-
a Ted Sharper Joe Smith and Ra-I sity and the Speaker Bureau of
meeting February opportunities to hundreds ot 4. : B : a
11-13. Scouts throughout Jacksonville leigh Washington; outfielders Oli- Ohio.
Can.' .t -- --
ous Barker, Holland Moore,
KEEP HAIR FROM Council and the entire North Florida pyti .p.' 29'R Y.. aYISq George Williams, and Eddie Wil- ...._. .&.........- ..
itl w wr
? liams.
GOING BACK L. Ml, Argrett will serve as
The first game of the season
|B NOaC-1IAa GOUIO A0-NGHt/aL..A.L.. assistant to Mf. Lewis and special
CB4ME-A90M..HOTMMO Alt BCTV AtATCa --... will be played in Tallahassee.DODGERS .
UFKLUMT._lAa nano 011.rAato. gift chairman. (
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MAi eurrnt AMBARTICLES -wa..a ----- -

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2 or 3 BEDROOM
-:- Out of Pawn:- CONCRETE BLOCKHOUSE I g{aS3y ,

Ladles' three LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles
quarter a. 1 -
We will take a lot or your :
length Silver Fox Coai house in trade. ; A: : .2ki'; Dodgers startled the base-

.$49.50. LET U 8 COMPLETE' YOUR ---.-.---- I ball world recently when they announced .

Mink dyed Muskrat Coat HOME THAT YOU HAVE: ALREADY YOUTH ACTIVITIES Shows are members of the St. Plus Crusader's Club who participate In the outright sale of San-
39.50 STARTED GASH the weekly activities la the recreation room of the church. In the first photo from left. Gloria | dy Amoros to Montreal of the
WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR Watts, Juanita Williams, Gwendolyn Jackson, Myrna Wilson, Sandra Bethel, Joann Anderson, Joanne { International League "a farm FRATERNITY A \V A RoD

Suits and Topcoats LOT- -:- EASY TERMS BernaL. Barbara Shelly, Cicilla Dawkins, Gall Walker Sandra Wilson, Sarah Y. Edna, Joycee Hall i club of the Dodgers. WINNER Robert Get HI.a .

SBJBS and upAl's FLA. Henrietta BfcLaurin, Gloria Adams Marvin Tolbert, Theopbane Belton Gloria Reliford Zeta Gibson i Amoros the little lefthanded native of nah City Fla.,
SUN-SASH Bosemarie Tolbert, Dannette Hall, Kathryn Robinson; Phyllis RIce, Saundra Waddell, Charlene j batting and throwing Cuban I was winner of the 1957 National
Hall, Annette Jackson and Barbara JT. Miles. Second photo first row, seated from left, Mary Lee | stands five feet and seven inches Omega Scholar Award and<
Jewelry and Loan Reese Lillian Brown, Rosa L. Reese, Barbara Embery Ball Howard Margaret Porter Beverly and weighs around 165 pounds, member of the senior das,

Company COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS Jenkins, Peggy Robinson, Parlett L. Malpress and Patricia Tillman. Second row standing from left, j batted .277 last year. It was his Livingstone College: Salisbury.

439 West Bay Street Ruth Norman., Martha Verdler Fannie Wilson, Barbara Dafley, Josephine Scruggs Wilhelmenla j highest average since coming to N. C. Gest makes it two in a
Phone EL 4-6264 7 W. 21st St.-Just off Mala Johnson Patricia Chell)'". Carolyn Johnson Linda Malpress. Deborrah Jenkins Sandra Bryant. the Dodgers in 1954, but far be-I row for the chief institution of
EL 54777 EL 64219 3rd photo Dexter McSwaln Emmanuel Shelby, Terry llansberry Richard West, Acosta Kettles j low the .363 average at the AME Zion Church.
Samuel Shelby, Vincent Dawkins Miss Penelope Tolbert. 2nd row, Leon Lauray, John Author, Ralph 1952. .
Dawkins, Jr. and Marvin Corbett. in 1953 and .337 at St. Paul in I'I DR. GORE ANNOUNCES

4th Group, Leonard Johnson. Albert Keliford Robert Warren Gerald Charles, Bennie Slogan The highlights of Amoros' career SPEAKER FOR JUNE GRAD8

NOWI RITZ THEATRE NOWI James Cohen Shylor .James and Joseph Nelson. Back row, left,, Leonard McPherson, Willie Morris, as a Dodger came in the I TALLAHASSEE -June baccalaureate
Samuel Watts, Phillip Williams, Robert Burke, Nathaniel Maddox Jeffery English' Joseph Runnels fnal game of the 1953 World I and commencement
Alton Royal Kenneth Tolbert Joe West Reginald Patterson and George Agustta. Seres when he went back near speakers have been announced bj

the left field stands and caughtthe 1 President George W. Gore, Jr.,
v LEGION TO PRESENT ball hit by Yogi Berra, '' of Florida A and University..
Wedding Bells wheeled and threw to Pee Wee They are: baccalaureate. Dr.
IF YOU CONTEST MARCH 9 Reese who rifled thte ball to Gil Gardner Taylor pastor of COM.

APPLICATION. MARRIAGE j, Hodges at first base to nail Gil Cord Baptist Church Brooklyn

;- WANT OUT OF DEBT. I I The Eleventh District American .McDougald for a double play. ] New York and commencement
LICENSES- I(! Legion Post oratorical contest The 26-year-old Cuban from : Dr. Charles Wesley president of
finals will be held March 9 at Havana was one of three Dodgers Central State College. Xenia.
Sam Roseman, 6538 Verbena
2 p.m., at Bethune.Cookman College -, unsigned for 1958. Ohio.
1 -Let- Road, age 85 .and Clifford Lock.
ney, 1785 W. 5th St., age 57. Daytona Beach.
All with contestants.
"OOUCTtO-N pasts to
Leo (NMN) Henson 2020 Yu-
street, age 26 and Johnnie Mar 'enter must have them at the
TEN BUDGETCOUNSELLORS Norris Route 9;.Box 888 A, age. college at least one hour before
w1 COMMANDMENTS 30. the starting time in order that

..: Leroy Williams, 1327 W. 22nd they may register and receive

CHAWJON AMNt tOWAltOG YVONNt KM ADVISE YOU St., age 21 ad'Luia,Mae Whit final instructions.

HE5ION BRYNhER-BAXTERROBIHSOH' DECARLO-PAGE lock, 1228 W.,27th ,St., age 21. Frank L. Hampton, district

I r\cncir Sit ODBC NINA MACTHA JUDITH vncnrt James Willie Bolton, 530 Cleveland chairman, announces that the
l JOHN HARDWOEJOCHSCOTTANDERSON SU age 18 and, Rose Lee contest will be held in White Hall
230 W. Street
ADULTS MATINEE 75c -E.ming 90c: --KIDS 30c Smith, 4753 Honcrief. Village age Auditorium "
19. .. !
Robert Lee Scott. 2911 Myrtle yA
L Aven., age 23 and Ruth Pearl mk ain.

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get Sims, 5853 Iris Blvd., age 17.
Roosevelt Watkins 2065 Pla- _,flq
TONITE ceda St., age 23 and Leila Mae .
LOW PRICESOn STRAND DNITE I. Gibbons, 2037 Placeda St., age 18. >c. vi. ]

Robert Lee Newman, Jr., 3810
SUN.-SAT.-FEB. 23JkIARCH 1 ( "
Brick Road, age 21 and Inez 1..1 :::< ;:
( .5. SSS
Your "RODAN" Simpo 4106 Victor St.. age 20. I

.. FLYING MONSTER Roscoe King Jr., 1133 E. Union j I a -
St., age 21 and Doris :Marie Hen-
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DRUG STORE NEEDS Great Technicolor Hits- i derson, 2053 McQuade St., age 19. ,,.
Earl 950 Julia St.
COMING MTONTTE Harris. age ,
21 and Estelle Smith, 950 Julia .. I
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store SATURDAY.
WARNERS' St. age 19. ,.e:,
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED Ulysses L. Moses, 1003 WalnutSt. .* L
"JAMBOREE"Fats age 60 and Viola Brown, 1003 : );.; ti
St., age 68.
I Johnnie Lee Grimes 611 Jefferson 1400 WRHC 1400

ROOSEVELT 2 1sT8UN.TVEB BUNS! St., age 26 and Catherine 'wx4c3h.Dr. .

DIXIE PHARMACY Bradford 2038 Davis St.. age 20. FEATURES -
FIr 2345 Calvin Curtis Bryant 1210

1502 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE: AVENUE: "Ride AJgoIent Mile" Franklin St age 25 and Anna Lee Mandel Local Op. ,,' KEN KNIGHT
Bell Felder 1425 Evergreen Ave., tometrls who was associated
PHONES EL 34397.98 "Death In Smalllosea"1[ age 21. with Dr. E. S. Barrack optometrist PRESENTING-
Samuel Leonard Cook P. O. for a number of
We Deliver We Abo FBI AH Doctors PrescriptionsPAY 8UN.TUES. ,9 P.M. 12.1 NIGHTLY
SKYVIEW Box 115. Wlnsboroogh. S. CL, age yean, is now located in his aura
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YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELE- 23 and Roberstine Trfunlrin. 1824.I' site. USA Forsyte St. Dr.31anckJ. SWEET CHARIOT
Myrtle Ave., age 20. a''native of Florida Is '
PHONE BILLS AT QUR.STORE JAI .HOUSE ROCK" Albert Thomas. 1849 Mcncrief a graduate of the Unlveritty. BLUES IN THE- KNIGHT !
..... 1030.12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY
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'Week Ending 9th..d r. February 22. 1958 THE FLORIDA STAB Page Sey a

Gate City;; :Open Tournament Set For Brentwood




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.. The annual Gate City Open Golf Tournament, scheduled! for

AT3.} 4. 5 ar.d 6 will! be held at tie D-entwcod Municipal Golf
sire, ; x have in the beforeIn
P w M. f 4w completed city
The tournament is expected to
past yplayers like Joe
BILLY BRUTON, the Milwaukee Braves fleet-footed center I <*-">':: a field of 100 or more -
Loui" Ted RK':'d"s. Charles Sif-
fielder:: who missed a big part of last wvsoa play and all of the I I I golfers :from different sections of fo"l and ethers whose names

World Seri.:'$ because cf an injured knee ,hlch he suffered in a t the country. The event which is rejteam1 the top group

r.B-u with teammate Felix :Mantilla will undergo special train'nsrM staged every year to promote golfis ha'-e played ::n Jacksonville
outlined by his doctors when he repasts to the Braves spring ,-.e (f the richest events in
ThE Brent'ccd golf course is
training camp March 1. ------ h the country for Negroes.The one of the fastest courses in the
TIlE HARLEM MAGICIANS: cash awards made by the
of the San nation and it will be in tip top
officials of the Gate
he did not continue to be a great drawingattraction. City Openare shape for the Tournament as has
Francisco: Giants says
I the in the
largest countryfor
w been announced J. E. Hut-
who by
when Marques Haynes
feel the least bit slighted professionals. The trophy .
out when along with Goose Tatum, formedone I chins.
Hank Aaron left him
I I awards for the amateurs also .top
fee named the men who would of the toughest combinations SIAC BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS The Florida A & M University cagers won the field for those who play the -'--- '-

give him the toughest battle for in basketball. The Magicians justkeep the visitation basketball championship of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game for fun. =Be a good "sport". Sponsor

batting honors. Aaron named for 1958 and will defend its tournament Crown at Tuskegee Institute. The teamis J. E. Hutchins sponsor of the i ieent I Youth Activities in your
on moving along by setting i
Stan Musial, Frank Robnson Red coached by Edward Oglesby'and Henry Warner. Shown from left standing are: Dick for the past several years I community.
Schoedienst. May had this to attendance records. The separaI I Barge Gary: Curtis Wesley Pompane: Emory Lighlfoot Fort Valley: Leroy Gibson. has stated preliminary plans have 1

say: "1f that's the way he feels tion of Goose Tatum ad Haynes' Tallahassee: Rsginald Moss Roanoke: Carl Evans. Orlando; J. C. Williams. Tuskegee: been completed to make this

it's all right with me. I know"I did not upset the winning: combination !!' and Leon ColliEr West Palm Beach. Kneeling Manager Willie Dorsey. Jacksonville; year's tournament as attractiveas
barn- Jesse Pullins Jacksonville Floyd Andrews. West Palm Beach Herman McQueen
him pretty welL We've ; ; those in STOPS
:i of the Magicians staged previous years..1
Apopka James Forchion Belle Glade Leon and Rueben of Columbus.
slonrced together and there is no ; : Morgan Young Practice rounds will be played I I

ill feeling between us.:' Mays saidfurther ] CHUCK HARMON, one of the i Ohio. on the opening day of the tournament -I TOOTHACHE

: "I don't think there is fastest in baseball which will
men has signed --------- -- get underway I

any professional jealousy in him. his 1958 contract with the Phila- Thursday April 3, at 8 ajn. The IN
How could there be? He won the I GEORGIA GOVERNOR
delphia Phillies. The Phillies ob- WILDER BOXERS TROJANS NAME amateurs will play 18 holes of
World Series, got the money and tained Harmon from the St. Louis SUPPORTS JIM CROW model play in order to qualifyto SECONDSORAJEL
was the league's most valuable.
flight pairings.
Cardinals. The Cards obtained him
Me, I didn't get anything." from the Cincinnati EMERGE THIRD SPORTS LEGISLATIONATLANTA Many.
ALONZO VEREEN the FloridaA Redl'gs.1 1958 CAPTAIN or the country's leading
Along with being a fast man he golfers Is expected to be present, I
& M fullback has joined otherA
is also a power at bat. ,GA.-Governor Mar. among them will be some who
&: M stars in the professional
football ranks. The Ocala star THE MILWAUKEE BRAVESare PLACEWINNERS vm Griffin an outstanding segregationist -
well stocked with tan playersin
has been drafted by the Los Angeles The members of the Virginia has openly declared him-
its system. They now have 28 '
Rams. Vereen has been a i self full accord with a bill
State College football team held in
signed all the way from Class D
power of strength throughout the to triple A Ed Charles, the great The Wilder Athletic Club Box- their election recently for the j designed to prevent the mixingof Now Open!

1957 season and was exceptionally I second baseman of the Jackson. ing team won third place in the i! captains of the 1958 season and races in sports in Georgia.The .

outstanding Rattlers in the defeated Orange Bowl i ville Braves in 1956-57 is now the recent Golden Gloves boxing I elected to lead the Trojans were I II bill, whicn was endorsedby
when the
Mary. property of Wichita, the American tournament in the Novice divi. the Georgia States Rights .
land in the Orange Blossom two stellar linemen Wilson Bar.!
Association pennant winners of I I Council, is a substitute proposalto
Classic. 1957. Skip Dyer is listed with sion.The Wilder Club entered a tot nes and Genoa Mitchell I a similar one defeated in the TIlE JACKSONVILLE;

JOHN SAMPLE, who was a Atlanta of the Southern Associa- al of sixteen fighters, in the Barnes 5 feet 10 inches, General Assembly last year.

star performer for the MarylandState tion. He is an infielder.On Novice division and six in the j((184 pound guard was con one I The bill submitted last year '

Hawks all season and who! the Austin Texas League Open division. of the best "little" guards in the ,' was sponsored by Senator Lean
in the
continued to standout roster are Winston Brown and Cleveland Dawson and Don Is- Butts, Jr., of Lumpkin and was PALMS
Conference. He received
Orange Blossom Classic was Frederico Olive, pitchers and Nat real were the only members of so rigid, that it contained provisions
selected by the Baltimore Colt. Peoples an outfielder, formerly the Novice team to reach the honorable mention as an A 11- :I on anti-mixng that extended -

Tan stars have proved to the with the Jacksonville Braves of finals. ",CIAA guard because of his all ;:. even to Negro watresses in (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)
world that they have what It the South Atlantic League. Brownis Isreal won the championshipof I around play in the Trojan line. white restaurants. It passed the'
takes to make it In professional a Panamanian and Olive is the 175: pounds Novice division state Senate but was defeated in
football and the scoots are not from the Dominican by default. Genoa Mitchell, with his 205 Thru
Republic.The I the House. Admission 75c Monday
overlooking anything. The all- Jacksonville Braves of the 'I' Cleveland Dawson, lost a split I Ibs. is also a guard Mitchell is I --

Negro' schools are supplying their South Atlantic League lists Rob- decision to Randy Reynolds of extremely fast and has been a I

umber of pros.. erto Barbosa, a southpaw pitcher Lackawanna Athletic Club. I tower of strength" in the Trojan. REFRIGERATORS DANCING NIGHTLY
-- and Juan Guzman, a shortstop, Walter Matthews, was the only I line. 'Mitchell was sidelined the
both are Puerto RIcans. With open boxer to reach the finals.; latter part of the season with a
NAMES in collegiate basketballare (
Topeka of the Western Leagueare He lost a decision to Lawrence i shoulder injury. He has practically Household Models
Elgin Baylor of Seattle University Tony Diaz and Gus Muniz, Howard of Jacksonville Navy in\I recovered from'' the injury

Wilt (The Stilt) Chamber. I Cuban righthand pitchers, the 160 pound division. and will be ready for Trojan duty -I PO 4.0127 LITTLE WilliE JOHN
and I
Jain of Kansas University
i Rouse a catcher-first baseman The Wilder Open team was when the 1958 season opens.
Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati I I and Leonard Williams an outfielder made up of Henry Matthews,I ---- -- --
University. The three have been 1 Walter Matthews, John Woods, :.

battling throughout the season for I I I The Evansville club of the: Louis Mims. Johnny Thomas and ANN COLEOriginal

scoring leadership. The three men Three-Eye League lists Luis De I Il Clarence Galloway.

are definitely All-American candidates I I Leon, pitcher Horace Garner and Listed on the Novice team BLENDSMEN h\v s

I l, Ray Reed outfielders are with were: Cleveland Dawson, Donald ( Little Richard Orchestra)
MRS. ROY CAMPANELLA. Cedar Rapids of the Three-Eye Isreal Clarence Johnson Franky SUPREMEbegin

wife of the great Dodger catcher, i, League. Rufus Johnson, a pitcherand I Glover, James Early James /r -:.
has reported that she has re.' Frank Ensley an outfielder Clark, Talliaferre McTeer, James 4"
ffor f/ '
I with Gordons 1 FEATURING
sewed thousands of well"telegrams
"get are with Eau Claire of the Northern McNear, and Willie Myrick. '

and messages includingone League. On the roster of John Woods has been selectedto Vodka drinks
from President Eisenhower Wellsville of the Pony League are make the trip to New Yorkto -

and vice president Nixon. Mrs Calloway Henry short stop- participate in the Eastern, with happy blendings! j 1

Campanella said "Everyone has pitcher and. Eugenio Roman, a Golden Gloves Finals as a sub SPECIAL!

been so kind. pitcher. With McCook of the Nebraska stitute. Harold Bettencourt I

State League Is Harlan the Key West Navy could not
HANK THOMPSON the former Sadler an outfielder. take the trip because the Navy I ;
New York Giant basebaB,star has boxing championships will beheld GORDOlfs \ Teenage

again made the headlines He THE WASHINGTON BED. at the same time.A .
was arrested on stolen car SKINS of the National Pro.
trophy was .
charges. 'Thompson .disputed thetarges fe&fitoaal League resnalns lily- awarded the team for winning VoDKA.e : V T.S. NDAY. 4 TO 7 P. M.y .. '

that he was a car thief. white despite the fact that the third place. Coach Julius Gumyard _, ;i; ....-' ...
Hs said he saw the oar in front teams throughout tae league congratulated each memo /N

.I the garage unblocked and the drafted tan players from a& sections ber.of the team '
Jays in it and he just\ borrowedANt31iGLES : of fee eoon ty. There are ... name that makes it PCFHVELY NO ADTJL3B

It several players on toe RedsUa
THE LOS BODRS team that football fans an over

t>1 are deeply cenocraed.' over the country; have the highest Tour .$1.411. ...lies J lT nmllZlUlfEl_ _10I qfl Cl.UI..l.l ADMISSION 50c

fee inlay: of Bo1O"VuBe -. respect for because of their
is what will -:- -:- -:-
question now ability to play the game la a 'LUCkYNumber.s .
fee the Dodgers chances with the clean sportsman like spirit and agreat r

iajory of Campy. The Dodger urge to play the game. ..
pitchers have proclaimed Roy as The Skins will play the Eaglesin Regular Jam SessionSunday

fee greatest handler of pitchersto Jacksonville in September.SJ.rOO'I'H o

the game today. As a catcher, Lucky Days, Lucky Colon
Boy was second to none as akher. SAILING UNTIL WE BY ASTROLOGY

MEET AGAIN Given Each WeekIn 0O Night From 9 P. M. Until

catcher who has brought up to GUIDE
the Dodgers for a short stay last 327 50 -936 -:- -:-

o season when Campanella waabenched 86 32 15 Send $2.00 for your Horoscope ,g
for weak hitting has Guide with lucky numbers PRESS
his 1958 Dodger contract. lucky days, lucky colors. Your hall Wlth
signed NEXT WEEK !
Watch This Clown Enclose ebonairoCno.aeJ
Roseboro was brought up to the a stamped envelope. } I

i Dodgers from Montreal. He standsa PRESS uC1RME II .
good chance of becoming the 4 7o -0-
No. 1 receiver of the Dodgers .
If he can outshine other catch- 8 Fill In and Mall to: th en. .
ing candidates. o 8 i no DIDDLEY
BASEBALL FANS from all cuaL pour Lon.with + I t -ALSO-
P. 0. Box 7S2Jacksonville .r !
walks of life are pulling for Roy 49 11 65 ebonairoC1DIE
Campanella The fans include 25738415lDf'ttmes 1, Fix CURL i ROY GAINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA .

white black rich and poor, send .
messages of hope for the chunky he's Name ....................... _:_ _r

catcher who has been the main.' Sometimes he's down up ADDRESS: ................... I I I 'iI .- : .'
during their subtracts "" f.: .
Hay of the Dodgers lie adds City State .................. i\ VISITLeroy "
lnaa'tnt winning days and the fie works It all around Ii

tan Dodgers failed to win. Birthday ......' ............ i
the : -
the _respect of 17. -,25 ? -.09 S DriveIn
ea has won f r month & day Honeys BarB-Que J
.gerS supporters a* wen aa.supporterw. Coming Attractions:

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THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. February 22. 1958
.* Eight .

: --- TUEs., FEB. 5 8:00 P. M.
: : ',attempt, to ,murder charge LITTLE ROCK' ARK.:- The PRESENT -Sponsored By-

c I Welcome To" Jax- "Hank"AaronReceiving \\0 West hangs Beaver over Melvin Breet Lee"vrtsor, 35 is,chargedwith of'2001 Little Minnlne Rock: Jean school Brown.board 16 expelled one- I THE OF-JACKSONVILLE VARIETY For The -CLUB .

fatal of
the near shooting of the Negroes. admitted to mind Children's Foundation
his friend. Central High School last fall,
.' Police reported that the shoot for the renaintier of the school The C'ancirrwurs;:; of Cosmetology 1i
ing occurred last Saturday when term. x..11 present Mss Bessie
Lee went to the home of Smith This decision was recommended Havfcirs, f>>e-nity expert from i iPa.
: St. .aden8. Calif. March 3-4 at
Jackson< at 989 Ashley
by the school superintendent.
[ "Florida Star" Plaque and asked mm about a five-dollai Virgil T. Blossom, who said. Minnie the Recreation Center Third and i
debt. The discussion flared into Mt. Hennan streets, in beauty
Jean could not attend a pub- I i
an argument and, according to 'enonstartions; from 9 a.m. to
lic school white or Negro in the I
a witness Lee went to his car,, Little Rock district until next ,4 p.m.A .
4s got a shotgun and shot Smithin September. registration fee will be required f
the back of, his 'head. I
to Mrs. Caressa
W. B. Brown, father of the Ne- according
Mrs. Mary Jackson a witness gro girl, who claims she has been Martin, public relation chairman.
said after the shooting Lee got the main target of segregationist Free demonstration will be held
into a late model Oldsmobile car students during the five months at 707 Broad St.. March 2, from
and drove off at a high rate of the Negroes have .attended Cen. 3 to 5 p.m. For further information

speed. tral, promptly labeled the actionas contact Mrs. Martin or any t
The wounded man was takento "very unfair." member o! the Connoisseurs. Mrs.
by Duval medcal Center for treat. Martin may be contacted at 1170
Clarence Laws, NAACP field
F ment. secretary termed the decision 26th
The shooting was investigatedby "''a clear abandonment of justiceand St.HELP tIMI

VV k ,. V patrolmen Freddie D. Mack fair play." He said, it is dif- WANTED I
..J and Edward Hickson. ficult to believe that responsible MAIDSCOOKSHOUSEWORKERS
school officials could defend a
4as + situation where a mere verbal
< retort justified their sternest di!"
Needed at once for steady
HEAD WITH IRONA dpline." positions with private families, 1tk.:1! ;
age 18 to 50. You will"live-in
man and a woman who lived on the premises with with your Honolulu Surfrlder
yyYkn together at 1037 W. :Monroe St. WANT PROGRESS? own room, meals, and aD pri. All New Gigantic 6-Act
4.! Y last Read "Polilica As Usual" i The Pre-Game and Half-time
were engaged a fight vileges. pay is high,to$200
Sunday Feb. 16 and it ended with On Page 2 : monthly and up. I will supply PRICE VARIETY SHOW
vydx $150; $2.50; $3:00
,, the woman.. being hit with an iron.i By Eric O. SimpsonA i transportation and expenses to (Tax Included)

Hattje. Lee Grier, 37, and her I FLORIDA STARIN New Jo'b.Vrite York and guarantee a HOLLYWOOD- Tickets On MUSIC Sale At STORK-
boyfriend, David Vandergriff. 29, EVERY good to Mr. Brown 605 West Ashley Street
t Ar became engaged in an argument P.O. Box 823, Lakeland Fla.. 1.A.' .nEXALL DRUG STORE
and he ordered her to take- all COLORED HOMF 1 p or phone-Mutual 37973. d t Main & Forsyth Streets
-' of her-\hings and leave.
.. V The young woman took the man
i'V> at his" word. She packed her

things ?ur she was told to do and I
moved|*;1029 W. Monroe Street. TO JAX WHANR" AARON!

Vandergriff paid a visit to the
new address and started another
GETS PLAQUE Henry "Hank" Aaron Is seen

shaking hands with Eric O. Simpson editor-publisher alleged argument.to have During struck the her fuss in he the is Tropicana Lounge & Package StoreMYRTLE

of The FLORIDA STAR after receiving plaque "in forehead causing a laceration.

recognition of his outstanding contribution to sports" Patrolmen E. Jefferson and H.
presented to, him during welcome ceremonies held on Harley investigated.

the stage of the Roosevelt Theatre last Wednesday i r

night. Aaron was also presented with the "key to the CONVICTION UPHELD : Enquire Bar &!Lounge8TH

city" by Mayor Haydon: Burns. FOR OPTOMETRISTThe

J District Court of Appealhas
affirmed the conviction here
1 COMPLIMENTSGREATER r of Dr. William R. Toney 34yearold -
\ of
optometrist on charges

feloniously receiving $1,677.50
$ c worth of merchandise stolen from
Ferrell Jewelers during 1955.

The appeal court without comment -
upheld the jury's verdict
and the three-year prison sentence
Imposed on Toney in May, 1956,

JACKSONVILLE RETAIL by has Judge been A free; Lloyd on Layton.$1,000 appeal Toney :: :; 7H:. 7 5 I

bond. .,Y'. .. '/ 4UoRs jfq
Booth said Toney's attorney, .i c 'q Y ..
LIQUOR DEALERS ASSOCIATION Ernest'D. Jackson Sr., has fileda 4 J J r f r Y' f.
petition for a rehearing with /tt
the appeal court.

Toney was brought into the .
case when police arrested John i s
"" r vox:
Henry McGee,.a 25-year-old shipping
clerk at the jewelry store,
and charged him with grand
larceny of $38,747 worth of mer-
S ARV. ROTHSCHILDGENERAL chandise in the summer of 1955. 17

McGee entered a guilty plea G : i IN
MANAGER and turned state's evidence

against Toney,


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NEW YORK Harry Eelajfcnte. +< Icrv /i Mfe
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!J' Hospital Tuesday to \Z& ergo mus-
-.,.r., ,'"" cle surgery oft hi* right eye.
His press agfcnt said the opera.
Won.wad Mb correct a minor eon
khUos fiat appeared following recent
I J Successful surgery for a re-
1 tinl detachment in the same eye.





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