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I MIAMI The president of the Miami chapter of the By Staff Correspondent

:NAACP, a prominent Baptist minister and two women were NEW ORLEANS Hopes that the bitter fight within

cited this week for contempt as an outgrowth of the the upper levers of the African Methodist Episcopal Church,

r i.4r legisative committee hearings in a probe of the National was coming to an end. were shattered when principals

Association for- the Advancement nf Cnln1"Pf1- ---- "PPOn1p_._ l reneged on a compromise in the confusing Bishop D. Ward
"i ReV' Theodore Gibo president -- .--- Nichols
4 .-. -# ._ : I case. "',

t!Ckf. tfie: Daw: JJAACP wast.cited Mark ''JJawts-W Tampa. the The 1ate ..hitch'" e.1a8t'IFri- ,Orleans resolution was pae.edThursday
for'walking out on a hearing last, V tafwhfch''ft was passed
committee counsel said duringthe when Bishop'R.. R.
Thursday. day morning
r Thursday In which It was agreed
Rev. Edvrard T. Graham and session: that the committeehas ,Wright suddenly refused to drop that the body would accept the

twelve were cited for refusing the names of 150 past and the fight after the bishops agreedto opinion of the Judicial Council
Youth of
YOUTH. MOVEMENT = Members o(the Council' the Jacksonville Urban League I
1 to answer the legislative commit I present members of the Communist cease the wrangling followinga restoring Nichols to the status
shown here.
who participated In the recent pla.nnlnmeet are '
I tee's questions about alleged com- session of prayer and a declara. of
In' the first row from left are: Bobbye Mervin, Yvonne Cameron, Miriam Bumey, Carrie Fred Party in Florida. Bishop.
munist infiltration into the NAA- tion of uniy "for the good of thechurch" The council also voted to suspend -
rick; Second row: J, A. Bowman. Executive Secretary, Leroy Mervin, ,Clarence Brown, Corrie P. Before walking out, Gibson de-

Johnson Callie M. Lawrence Lottie Powers, DeHa: Smith. Third rw: Robert. : \Varrert; Charles, Warren CP.The S trials and the hearing of
i nounced the committee and refused
Rev. Theodore Gibson "for the of the
Kenneth Peele, Lera Tipplns, Mae Eunice tooth, Eugene Thomas, Willie Stone. An analysis, of the events that charges good
stalked out after Rep. W. C. to produce NAACP records. ,
The council's purpose is to develop citizenship through discussions, vocational guidance clinics, j proceeded the disruption of the! church"
Herrell of Dade County declared The minister said he considered i Bishop Nichols in accepting the
indicated that ,
and the study of job opportunities.STRIKE '1 -. _________" those refusing to answer the committee's committee members disqualified j distrust and fierce struggle between -1 truce agreed' not to accept the
z questions are "not fit to presidency of the Bishops Council
be citizens of this stata" as impartial investigators because j Bishop Nichols and Bishop i I'' for which he is eligible in a few
CAB NURSE KILLER WOMAN TAKESTYPEWRITER Both Herrell'.s outburst and of Herrell's remarks. Wright for power' and victory) months.

"I'm not a Communst, Com- over the other are the factors j
Gibson's walkout
subsequent The bishops agreed on the truce
drew thunderous applause from' munist sympathizer or otherwise," I responsible for the long, drawn- and everybody possibly except

IS STILL ONUp ESCAPES CHAIRWillie spectators and Sen. Charley Johns Gibson said, and started leaving out It fued was learned from an authora-I I Bishop Wright went to bed

of Starke, committee chairman, the room. I Thursday feeling relieved that
"Are walking out on the ive source that the fight which
threatened each time to clear the you the fight which is working de-
FROM OFFICEA committee?" asked Mark Hawes, has turned out to be a.fierce battle -
Jones, 38-year-old Jaxonof struction to the church was com.
between Wright and Nicholsto
committee counsel
to Friday morning an immediate 1026 Pearl St., escaped deathin ing to an end.
"Yes," answered the minister. crush each other, has cost the
settlement of the, cab, drivers' the Florida electric chair Mon DENY STUDENTS In an exclusive telephone Inter;
far $38,000.
woman caller entered the office "Any witness who sits in that church, so
strike seem remote as the day when a Circuit Court jury of Dr. W. W. Schell at'C25 W. chair and cries for an opportu. view with Attorney Ernest Jack
recommended after con In a counter move last week son, the Jacksoville lawyer told
cab drivers union agent, Clarence mercy Union Street last Monday, Feb. nity to be heard and then re-
J victing him of first degree murder INDADEAREON Bishop charged Bleep R. Wright the FLORIDA STAB that be had
Allen revealed that IJncoln"and 22 and walked out with the type- fuses to cooperate with this com
in the jealousy shooting of with njaJ-admfailsratJon of office advised the Judge of the Federal
writer belonging to the office. mittee Is not fit to be a citizen
New Deal, cab'ownera, had madeno his sWeetheart, and through hs attorney; ErnestD. Cour where Injunction, petition
Mrs. J. A. Monroe who .was In of this state," Herrell said
,effort to settle the 'strike ,Jones wL s. found gulty of the DOPE KICK Jackson last Thursday filed A was filed that the proceeding was
:.. the office told police a woman before Gibson's walkout.
-V since 'their last discussions two Dec. 14 shooting of Theresa Marion petition In Federal Court for .an being withdrawn and that he
whose given investigate .
name was as Dorothy The committee, set. up to
weeks?tom.'S: Warner, 27, a practical nurse injunction to' prohibit Bishop (Jackson) waa In 'the process of
Lucas, 625 W. Union Street came the Communist Party,
at Duval Medical Center whom he Wrght in the conduct of his preparing the terms of the compromise -
The drivers went on strike last in the office and asked her for MIAMI, Feb..24 AP) State the NAACP and other organizations
had supported_for a long-time and assigned dotes as bishop of the 'for algnatu.reby both
some money. and federal denied Monday in the state today voted a
Jan. 30 demanding better working lavished with expensive gifts. agents 16th[ Episcopal district. partfeti. .
She said she refused to give, it that there Is 'a narcotics problem contempt citation against Mrs.
conditions.; They .objected to thecompanJy's He pumped five bullets into In the meantime, however, Bishop
to her and xwhen, she turned her in Dade County public schools. Ruth Perry, a Miami Beach librarian In an executive session of the
her body on the fatal Saturday Wright appeared in court
proposal to increase back, the visitor took the type- They, differed sharply with and vice chairman of the. Bishops Council meeting In New
afternoon when he went to pick but Jackson JVho was"off pre
rental fee for cabs from $7, to writer off the. desk and walkedout Miami detective Weston' 6.-Ems- NAACP chapter here.
her up at Duvl Medical Center paring terms did not appear and
$8. a day and also an Increase with it. The young woman lie, who 'reported that a major She declined to testify or to the
and she walked away from his CORNERSTONE RITES judge advised Bishop Wright
In the cost of gasoline. ''which was charged with larceny of a problem now is keeping .peddlers turn NAACP records ..over to had been
car to ride with a younger boy. that the suit continued.
drivers must buy from the comBanv. friend. typewriter. from shifting their operationsfrom the committee. TO BE HELD BY When Jackson and Bishop

Circuit Judge Bayard B. Shields Negro to white schools. NORTH JAX LODGENorth Nichols finally appeared, Bishop
Contrary to belief that the cab Emetic off base
"I think went ,
set no date for sentencing pend Wright held that Jackson had

company has a franchise which ing the expiration of the'four.ay i i, ROBBERS TAKEJAXON'S said Ray Bellinger, agent in WOMAN IS CUT Jacksonville Lodge No. failed to meet the compromiseIn
they will lose If the cab serviceIs charge of the State Narcotics Bu-
period which Jones' attorneys 387 Most Worshipful Grand Lodgeof that he had ben advised that
not provided In 30 days the *
have for filing motions for a new\ reau In Miami Florida F. and A.MP.H.A, the suit was being .continued.
fact, .it was learned is that the : Rudd federal narcotic
K. C.
trial. MONEY BY HER LOVER George Walker Worshipful Master Bishop Wright it Is felt,
cab limita
company has no, such aaldrhere's
agent on problem -
The case was prosecuted by upon invitaton of the Pastor, thought he was beng tricked, into
tions. ."
i Asst. State Atty. Nathan Shevitz* Officers and Members of West signing a compromise after which

Under a legislative act of 1943, and Asst. State Atty. Richard C.! Just one or two cases wouldbe of Caroline Friendship Baptist Church of Bshop Nchols would proceed with
James Smith 45,
the City Council was empoweredto Gordie. Paul Witherspoon of. 2203 Park a problem; Rudd said -'butwe're R. his suit -
Street Lane is accused of assaultto which Rev. L. Wilson; la pastor
regulae public transportation Street told police he was robedof not even aware of that
suitor of
Jones a spurned and have
will the cornerstone:
murder after his lay
cutting girl
and has the authority to say how, TRUMP CARDA
29-year-old was defendedby $38 early Monday morning Feb. many. service
1 nurse full charge of the on
friend when she refused to accom-
when and where taxicabs should 24, In an alley at Everson and i Based on Emslies report officials
Roberts and EllwoodR.
Ralph 3
him to his house when he Sunday, March 16, 1958 at pjn. new trump card was played
operate In the city. The Council Robinson. Beaver Streets.Witherspoon of Booker T. WashingtonHigh pany
Rev.. Dallas .J. Graham, pastorof :
determines the number of cabs said he was drinking School and Dorsey Junior went for her. will by Bshop Wright in the dramatic

that should be licensed to serve coffee n a restaurant around High both Negro schools, opened Lelia Thurman 38, 1558 Mor- ML Ararat Baptist Church fight when Bishop Wright.

the population. NEGRO SLUM AREA midnight with a man known as their own investigations. gan Street told police she was at deliver the sermon.A Grand Master lie exhibited Section 248 of the
." aunt's 1823 W. 3rd Flemingr Deputy
her house
Elijah Nero, *21, 727 W. Monroe Emslie said 10 students five of Union Grand A3UB constitution which set
Editors Note: There seems no TO RECEIVE'AID I them using heroin had been ar Street when Smith asked to speakto Most Worshipful
Street and when he left the restaurant member
A.M. P.H.A.C. forth the law that any
j Lodge of Fla., F. and
her. She said she came out on
licenses should not in the'
reason why rested narcotics charges
Nero left with him. An- on GrandMaster of the Who refused to
be granted to other parties desiring ... CEARWATER-The efforts of I other man walked up :from behindas past four months. Peddlers he the porch to talk to him and he H. has Henry called 33 all degree departments I abide by society the decision of the

render eab'seniee been working the two tried to get her to go home with
to the Community Service Foundation they reached Everson and said have t authority in the body
I of the Masonic Family to assem- highest .
refused he cut
and when she
since no other cabs are In towards clearance of two Ne-'\ Beaver and grabbed him and the schools.C. him ble at West Friendship Baptist and went Into civil court, that

services gro slum areas southwest of Largo ''i!1 two men pulled him behind the L. Williams principal at her on the left arm and chest- Church 945 Carrie Street at 2p.m. I member should be forthwith suspended. .

has attracted the attentionof ,I church and robbed him of his Booker T. Washington said it She was taken to Duval Medical 16 and .
the Pinellas County Commis,j money and billfold. had been known for some time Center. Miss Thurman said she Sunday March
Jacksonville Wright In another surprisemove
TALLAHASSEE Texas South:; would if Smith is ever with North Lodge
I In the but prosecute
Police are holding Nero on a peddlers were ar.ea. No. 387 In Corner Stone Laying called a meeting of the ,
ern University has been added to[I sion.Charles Fischer, commissioner,t charge of robbery. Sgts. H. added: "We're sure none of it's caught. Service.L. Bishops Council for Friday, Feb.

the 1958 Florida A and M University suggested possible FHA' aId towards Branch and G. Starratt invest been used In.the schools.! Patrolmen Harris Solomon Weston and M. Argrett is reporter.: 28, in Ph11adelpb1a.IiO .
William H. Investigated.
homea., hearing room.
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Page Two THE FLORIDA STAR "Week Ending, Saturday. March 1. 1958

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.. THE FLORIDA, STAR_ __ _.'_, ]l "Politics As Usual"By
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PublKhrd by..Tbt" Florida Star Publishing Co. "
Editor's This Is the fourth in series of articleson
Not a
,' 33 Munrrlrf" Road ..,..... .*..._... EL 4-6782 EL 4-6783 ( : ;
the question of whether Negroes in Dun really want
.4 1w7ltngn; Branch Office: 423 Broad Street Phone EL 4-3773
progress and bow we can attain it.)
Mailing Address: ,

V O. Box 861. Jacksonville 1. Florida Sometimes, when I observe the indifference on the'part of many

"riCO'- O.: Simpson ..... .. .,... .... ;'.-.. ... ....... .Editor. Negroes ta these part I feel satisfied that Negroes in Duval County
t. Parham Johnson ........... ... .. .... ... ...News Staff In '
are not too interested progress.
Altamae I Richardson .....,,.. ... .. .... .. .Circulation' Dept. But when I analyze the situation

I come to the realizationthat
Member of Associated Negro Press The Atlantic Monthly, Roy Wil-
... many of us do want progressbut
SUBSCRIPTION BATES National Association for the Advancement -
; otw Fear $5.00: Half Year, '$3.00: Three Month*. $1.80 are not willing to do muchto
of Colored
People refutes
J Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. effect same.
_.4'T the charge that the NAACP
-" MM'nptlona Payable' In Advance. Send (beot.k..or Money Order Tn: There are many
and Negroes generally are "push-
FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE, 1, FLORIDA r. Is ., colored citizens
L .).x who will talk ing too hard" in the drive for

about. the need I desegregation. .

PROPOGANDA LAUNCHEDBY F I for organzation: I As an example of the admonition -
are many to "slow down," the NAACP

i- __ who will agree .; leader cites an article by Mrs.
SOUTH WILKINS SAYSBacked that we need to
r ,; stir city officials ,i Agnes E. Meyer published in the

r7O to open civil January Atlantic Monthly. In her
.S service jobs to article, Mrs. Meyer cautioned
by a fund, reportedly in excess of $2,000,000, citizens
certain southern state governments in alliance with White rfs. Negro ; I "make haste slowly.'
5' and there are
Citizens Councils have launched a vast propaganda campaign 4 W l.Y.4 those who will I There has been no pell-meU

to woo northerners to segregation Roy Wilkins, SIMPSON say "Amen", 'rush toward desegregation, no demand
NAACP executive secretary,.charged in an address
treated for instantaneous change,
tired of being
they are
for delivery at a dinner meeting of the Association's Sac-
ramento branch in Sacramento, California. like boys and girls by salesladies Mr. Wilkins writes in his article. i

The NAACP leader cited as an example of, this kindof t.Y b 1 and salesmen in stares and thata "Certainly the NAACP has not
concerted move on the part of
propaganda a full-page advertisement published recently advocated overnight alteration of
in a New Yorlf City daily and paid for by the Louisiana Negroes to withhold their trade school patterns. However, both
STILL A VICTIM OF THEIR TEACHINGS from stores where such treat.
Legislative Committee for the Preservation of Segre the NAACP and Negro citizens
ment is accorded But they
gation. The advertisement, sets forth what it calls "the generally have insisted that
soon forget about it and go downtown -
position of the South "
on race relations. school boards come to grips with
"This statement, Mr. Wilkins pointed out, "is basically -- and swallow more insults.! the question and that beginningsin
an appeal to the north to join the South in defying the Your Weekly I am satisfied that most! Negroes good faith be made." The

Supreme Court ruling which outlawed racial segregation are highly insulted over I essential thing, he asserts, is that
in' the public schools." Guide such treatment when it is ac. I there be consistent movement

Further he asserted, "in its declaration that if such Horoscope corded but this treatment has I toward integration.

segregation is practiced in the North, it will help that been thrust upon us for so long I Mr. Wilkins cites a statementby

region adjust to a greatly increased Negro population by WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR that even though it makes us I Dr. Channing II. Tobias, NA.
1980 the advertisement is invitation fighting mad we put off doing
an open to the North
chairman in
TRAVEL ACP board a message -
to defy the nation's hihest, court." something about as we have been ; to NAACP southwidoconference
State Senator W. M. Rainach, chairman of the Joint dong for so many years.It I following the Supreme

Legislative Committee, is also chairman of the Associated By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES is time that many of us I I Court ruling of May 17, 19M.i .

White Citizens.Councils. Louisiana. Likewise, Representative realize that we are not going to "It is important," Dr. Tobias said
John S. Gossett, a member of the committee is a accomplish much more until we i in that message, "that calm reasonableness
member of the White Citizens Council state board.. be induced to endorse, you should cisions. The secrets tha you guard stop putting off and act. I I prevail, that the difficulties

"The clear picture is," the NAACP spokesman declared, Born March 21st thru April 19th first make sure that you are not fox others, or which have to do We are not going to see much of adjustment be realized,

"that the White Citizens Councils, who are dedicated. to The inclination to take gamblesor committing yourself or your cash with members of the family, couldbe more progress by letting a few and that, without any sacrifice of
the defiance of the Supreme 'Court, have blended them to become emotionally involvedin and joint resources to somethingyou exposed if they fall into the- militant ones carry on the fight basic principles, the spirit of give
selves with the state government and under that cloak do not understand The hands at this time.
the affairs of friends and the fully wrong for progress. The obstacles we and take characterize the discussions -
are launching a campain to ;hold the Negro in subjectionnot younger generation may only 3rd and 5th recommend obtaining 1e0888684194.CAPRICORN .. have to move now are too big /'
only in the South but in the North as well. backfire to your detriment. The detailed information before you for just ,a few of us. In orderto
There is a report that the White Citizens Councils, 3rd and the 5th concur in the have said the final word. The Iij this statement, Mr. Wilkins
working in partnership with certain southern state govern- belief'that it is better for you to aspects also reveal ensuing and Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th move now well the obstacles all ha"e'to that throwour faceus I I points out, "was the calm deliberation -
ments, have more than $2,000,000 available which since has been
to finance this
give priority to your well-being developments makingit The Full Moon confirms that to mothem..
campaign. We know that the Louisiana Legislature appropriated occupational duties, labor relations all the more urgent for you you should make your decisionson weight urged so insistently upon Negro
$100,000 for the use of its Joint Committeef We Negroes in Duval have two I citizens. Here was consideration
to become enmeshed in sort
and the problems that remain any the strength of your convictions -
know that the Mississippi Legislature instruments which they can use : for school administrators and
appropriated $250,000 unresolved. The picture thatis of scheme or situtaion, no matter and security rather than
for its State Sovereignty Commission, and that the legisla- to attain progress. Their vote and ; others upon whom would fall the
well how attractve it
revealed to your eyes may seems. i on an emotional basis. You are f
tures in Florida, Arkansas Alabama their spending dollars.
Georgia and Virginia that 1-10-33-38-31-73-1. inclned burden of planning desegregation.
have cover up many deceptions contrary to your custom-
made similar moves. On the bottom of this column 'But here, also, was quiet deter
are exposed by this planetary ary practice, to act hastily, seeing;
aspect. VIRGO that Mars is in your Sun-sign there appears a blank inviting I mination upon basic principles,

e- -99--4&-97-657. Born,Aug. 24th thru Sept 23rd Experience must have told you citizens who are interested in upon change in the old order,

TAXPAYERS HAVE RIGHT TO KNOW Exceptonal care should be eXercised by now that this is seldom in progress to join an organization I upon access to light and opportunity

TAURUS in the selection of food your interest, and that you are which has community betterment after 57 years in the semi-

Born April 20th thru May 20th and other items that contribute to more at home when you exercise as its main objective. Why not fill darkness of the separate-but.equal

HOW THEIR MONEY IS SPENT The 3rd establshes this patternas your comfort and well-being. Fads prudence and weigh all possibilities in that blank today and get II doctrine."It .

the better one to cope with and unproved theories should be before you commit yourself. ready to join an organization that 1 i is this determination that

the partnership, competitive, professional avoided before they deepen your 4-10-CO- 88-68-<<3. will work for progress? : the opponents of the Negro's

There is something in the air and it isn't all the and emotional problemsthat confusion and undermine your i aspiration are trying to break
aroma of perfume. are .symbolized by the 4th faith in your fellowmen and the AQUARIUSBora WILKINS REFUTES I with their repeated cries of 'slow

In this statement we are referring to the action of the 'and 5th. Unless business or pro- ideals you have always cherished. Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th "GO SLOW ADVOCATES i down' They are shadowboxing
legislative committee investigating the NAACP and com fessional commitments intercede, Don't release the brakes on your Self-deception about your abilityto Writing in the March issue of I over speed; the real target is

munist activities in Florida which has as its chairman this seems like a good time to emotonal reactions on the 5th. achieve your ultimate ends kiss, executive secretary of the I I any change at an."
Senator Charlie E. Johns. get away to a distant place and 2-10-11-13-15-211. could lead you into taking a

It is obvious that :Mr. Johns who made a very poor relish the pleasures of solitude stand that would be unpopularwith
bid for election to the governorship some years ago is and communion with nature. The LIBRA your colleagues and those
'tryin-to make a name for himself by using the Gov. Herman rest would be salutary and refreshing :Born Sept.(; 24th ',thru: Oct. 23rd who can advance or retard your LET'S GET TOGETHERMEN =f

Talmadge tactics of harrassing Negroes to prove to too. ,.. The:,3"j.z d_ ,the_ 6th suggest career. One of your first steps to

poor, }ignorant pro-segregationist whites that he is thearchangel ..8-60---77-48-75-868..E t,7 ou. confine yourself to your ward off. this danger is to consider & WOMEN WANTEDTo

of,white 'supremacy job'.and $$objIgaUons: There is the value of your earning
< But while' Mr. Johns, Is zealously conducting His witch GEMINI pothf1g'you should .dojthat could power and essential economic ties Become Part Of A Strong Organization

ifcai .&.** are tome thlcga being ,done under the collecllre Born May 21st thru Jane 21st possibly undermine your prestigeand and the sacrifices .you should or That Will Work For Progress0

note,of the commUlee'which. he, bceeea. that are&'t.. "accord- r You are again made aware of earning power as ;they are must make to preserve them in,
lag to Hoyk*.. .' the responsibilities that rest on among yam most important assetat tact. The 3rd and the 5th'should -- .

For one thing' we cannot understand how Mr.. Johns your shoulders, and the prestige the present time. Also, do not make it possible for you to assess ARE YOU INTERESTED?
and his committee can condone the payments of large Sumsof you enjoy. You should not encourage -. be too,hasty about shedding win- your position with greater, clarity
taxpayers' money to what has been called "confidential" the feeling of 'discontent ter garments and pay strict attention and to make the decisions: that IF SO. FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW

sources without receipts indicating to whom the money was within 'yourself ad among your to your diet nd well-being. win operate in your behalf.

paid. co-workers: as this,could very well .S-0-66-18.-U.--SGI. 2 83-60--31--.58--2M.

We have certainly .reached a reckless stage of state lead to consequences adverse to

affairs when officials can spend our money without givingus your personal interests. Althoughyou SCORPIO YES I WANT PROGRESSRegister

a receipt for it. Thus far about 2,000, have been gottenrid may believe that your mateor Born Oct.. 24th thru Nov. 22nd PISCES Me As A Member Of

of in this manner _. How far will it go? If these other closest companion is You are not generally one to Born Feb. 19th thru Mrch 20th

expenditures continue, without being .properly accountedfor being unusually .severe and critical put all your fath in 'appearances You should continue doing THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
it means that any morning we can wake up and find it, may all be for your own or on the words or claims of things according' to your own

that the entire $75,000 appropriation which should never good. other individuals. The 3rd, 'confirm lights and methods in order to
have been appropriated in the first place has been :&-7 556S5J 475. that your instincts seldom overcome the baffling problemsand Which Wm Campaign For

spent but paid to "confidential" sources. mislead you in this respect.. You frustrations which threaten Better Streets Drainage Facilities

Moreover, should this type of expenditure of taxpayers' have reached a stage when you you. The 3rd furnishes the basis Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
money be permitted to pass without investigation 11 would CANCER should mistrust even yourself for this conclusion. The Full Moon
'be an open Invitation for other state and county officialsto Born June 22nd thru July 22nd when the stakes are high and recommends getting together with Equal Job Opportunities
without There is need of calling on the Negro Doctors At Medical Center
money, giving proper accounting,for It. you become emotionally involved. the one who has a real stake in
Higher Powers for guidance and Better Treatment In StoresA
E.O.S. There maybe a tendency to ex your fortunes and adopting a
strength in order to face ,the emotional aggerate your problems as well joint program that leaves nothingto Negro YMCA Building

problems that are besettingyoti as the deeds of associates and chance and guesswork. General Community ImprovementI
"IS NAME WRITTEN THERE and tearng away at your
loved ones. This would do more 8-70- --6*-53-873.
serenity. The 5th impels you to than anything else to trouble your am Interested In knowing some of the other benefits
\ seek enlightenment from the people
.. ON THE VOTING LIST? relations in your domestice and
who possess the qualifications professonal environments. I can derive from Joining the organization. ................
to understand and evtricate men CHAIRS MODERNIZEDThere's
you .
9 80-ii-78-42-382.
If you want to have a say about how you are treated as a from dilemma. It would bea been more than ,a
your .. Advise me when the next meeting will be held. .......... i
citizen you must register andjrote. mistake not to take advantageof change of name in what we used

You can complain all day and'.weep all night but public officials this opportunity as you win SAGITTARIUS.Born to call baby's "high chair." It's NAME "............-........................................
will not pay much attention to you. "Local, state and federal need all the assistance you can Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st now a Hi-Youth chair, if you

governments listen to voters. obtain to meet the ensuing difficulties You may be very anxious to please, and suds-scrubbable from ADDRESS ........................................"...:....
In the South ,as a whole only 23: out of every 100 Negro that are in the making. realize a certain ambition at this its prettily plastic-covered seat
citizens of voting age are actually 'registered. 530222821531.LEO time, but the 3rd seems to Imply and back down its well-balanced PHONE ....................................................

On the other hand 60 out of every 100 white citizens of voting that results are more likely to tubular steel legs.
REGISTERED VOTES ............. ..
have --The ;
age are registered. le in the future. You may same light weight con. :
i In some localities and counties the picture Is worse and in a first of an,. ta rid yourself of struction and washabflity go into yea or no .-
c, 1" '
few it is better, but the average. of the whole South-shows Negro Born, July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd complexes,' prejudices and inhibitions kitchen step stools and high : "

registration far behind. No matter what comprises the that prevent_you from making swivel chairs that pun up comfortably 'i ;_ ". '. .: 1 :' -
Get yew name on. the voting list : ; nature of the documents you may positive and constructive de to kitchen counters.. : :


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Carl J. Young 207 W. 118th

Street. New York. N. Y.. age 34
and Lois W. Hill, 325 Nixon St.

age 32. ,

James Kelley. 320 Jefferson St., "s :8

age 35 and Vassle Reeves, 320 :

Jefferson Street;; age 21. I I t i-
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Allen Smth 1168 W. 22nd St., t ,i Y kt
age 24 and Julia Mae Ketion 1114
; b f
Dora Street age 26.

Richard Johnson Culp, 2544: "
Thames st., age 45 and Rosa Bell

Porter 510 Acosta St., age 45.

Henry Sylvester Bland 1319 W 9

26th St., age 22 and Eula Mae

Caldwell. 331 Walter St., Way-

cross Georgia age 23. .

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RECITE VOWS : .''*}( "4.t.: !1 .
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Wrightsville Methodist Church .. .c :f ; } : .4' .
the for the quiet and
.was setting '
jI' .
informal marriage ceremony Feb y / ,1 1

ruary 23, uniting Mrs. Lois W. 4 1: vf'v j p r I 4

Hill and Carl Young, performed '.' .

after the morning worship service I. ,; ,' .. :'>1 <>

fIt I .' '
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a s : '
The Rev. Mr. Charles C. King, ; t ;
uncle of the bride, performed the .r "h ?np .J y .
t ., *Ic- ::. .k..: :* '
Rev. -
ceremony, assisted by The
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Mr. E. H. Johnson.. (
fi ra il
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Davis

were honor attendants, matron of d ?twa : c I T 7 A a.a' *

honor and. best man, respectively.The .. .. -{ ,.. c '4 -* : I __ __1 ( I
bride chose for the occasion I '? '
a pink silk chantung dress i
with matching lace and accessories v f, a1 vw"1

while her attendant worea
natural print dress with pink

flowers. .
Out-of-town guests included
Mrs. Alberta Savage of Savannah :
Georgia, relative of the bride, ,

and Mrs.: Eunice Hosley, < Napo. N
lean Asia and Vance Floyd re-

latives of the groom, all of San I ).,..., '. .,: ""
Mateo, Florida. > < .. :
,,:v. '
The couple left Sunday for +- ii" '\. > : ......: 1fIJ '
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Daytona Beach, where they spent .
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one day and proceeded to Miami
for a brief honeymoon. j AT ANNUAL MEETING Branch managers and mons Jr., James C. Craig James C. Jones Frank ErvinSr. Seen in the photo at top right, from left to rightare
![r. and Mrs. Young will make I. agency directors of the Afro-American Insurance Com- ., Harold Saunders Otis D. James Charles S. Longino. : Oscar J. Hillman. C. S. Alexander, L. I. Alexander.J. .
their home in New York City. i pany who were in attendance at the annual manager's Standing last row; left to right: O. W. Weaver. J. D. H. Burney Mrs. J. H. Burney and Mrs. Betsch. .
conference are in the photo at top right outside the Jones. Wm. M. Butler T. R. Mack Wm. J. Etheridge. The bottom, left photo shows seated from left

LADIES AUXILIARY imposing "Afro Building". Stooping from left are: W. J. Watts. T. L.. Johnson H. S. Norris. A. D Weeden 5V. S. Collins. Mrs. Opal Potee Mrs. St. George Richardson. -
''I G. Oliver WiitlefielcL Fred D. Franklin. J. D. Mather Charles C. Moore Jas. Singleton Jas. R. Beavers. St. George Richardson. James Evans and J. C.

HOLDS PARTYThe Ponce B. Screen. Raymond K. Bain William G. Boyd. The scenes that follow show some of the Afro-ites Craig. Standing arm A. D. Weeden. and G. O. Liille- .
I Standing first row left to right: Theodore L. Red who participated in the Open House party tendered field. :&,:. '... ..'
annual Valentine party of ding James A. Baits Lawrence Argreit Percy A. members of the organization by Mrs. Mary Betsch. The final scene at bottom right shows T. JL
the Ladies Auxiliary 36 ILA was Styles. James Hughes A. Ward Wm. S. Collins. A. P. executive vice president of the company at her homeon Rutherford St. George Richardson J. A. Balls Mrs.

held recently in the home: of Mrs t Poole C. S. Ellington Martin H. King Charles E. Sim .West Eighth Street. Allen. Mrs. T. R. Rutherford and Mrs. J. A. Batls.
Flossie Thomas, 530 W. 19th St.f --- ---- -- -- --- ---

Seasonal flowers were used to de. I The rarmin! ; loJIo. comprising the Cotillion rnemlHTdiip rosterare

corate the living and dining', : Mrs. Olga IH;;5lnl othani, Sirs. Viola Monroe, Sirs. :Marjorie
rooms of the home. A variety of
: Gilmore Mrs>. Elvin r ulha.c. Sir*. Dorothy WoodMr, -.. Carrie
refreshments were served. SOCIALLY SPEAKINGThe
The invited guests included Mrs.: ; Parsons, )IN. Edith Weston, :Sirs. Josephine Cleteland )(1"'. Hortonse

Carrie Mallard, Mrs. Mozella':' nrG;-n. 5IlM: Evle:: Ale a.nd..r1., ..... Mary Singleton Mr. eot'tie

Buckkner, Mrs. Martha Roberts, i i I Canty and Mrs.' Evelyn T. Walker. .

Mrs Annie 1\[. Brown Mrs. Ella appearance( of Dr. Cora Jordan White in the city to deliver practicing physician from Newark, .New Jersey who left the city I s s s s a s s s s a s .
Ashley Mrs. Susie Odom, Mrs. the Founders Day addres for the Local Delta sorors enhanced
I Thursday on her return trip to that destination.
Peariie Caurley Mrs. Isabelle : greatly the social atmosphere! of Jacksonville during the past week.I i All members were present for the meeting of the Kevinette
Bailey M r s. Mattie Williams i| end. Enraptured citizens are still talking about the dynamic address s a s st Bridge Club, held last Saurday evening in the home of Mr. and

Mrs. Susie Coker. Mrs. L. Segars. delivered' by Dr. White on the subject "Criest Thou-Speak." I Gamma Rho Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Mrs. Paul Bennett 1526 West Fifth Street.

:Mrs. Eloise Dot on. Mrs P. : Mrs. Sybil P. Butler, program chairman for the observance, was j I held a social meeting last Tuesday evening at The Lincoln Golf The ir.enu was headed by delicious baked turkey, served with
Parson Mrs.. Flossie Thomas and she stated that the event could not have the usual trimmings.
quite emphatic when I and Country Club Hostesses for the meeting were: Mrs. Iris Knox
Margaret L. Hudson. t' attained the degree of success that it "did without the support of Mrs. Elizabeth Jasmin, Mrs. Virginia Lang and :Mrs. Gwendolyn High scorers for the evening were Mrs Pearl Mackey Mrs.
Other guests wens,Mrs. Elsa I the public. I Langley1.' Barbara Harper and Mrs Essie D. McCray, in the order mentioned.
Hayes Miss Debris Johnson Miss Nix for the consolation
Mrs. Celestine qualified prize.
of Iota had to
f Members Alpha Sigma Chapter another reason
Verdell Bailey Mrs Bertha Walker s s s s s s s s s s s Mrs. Alberta Maxie assisted the hostess in her duties.
be thrilled the very fine reception for .Dr, White sponsored by .. .
Mrs. Ruth Graham, Mrs Ea-Ii --
The FriendS of Delta an auxiliary to the local chapter. The
ale M, Simpson. 'Mrs> Aretha I* It's a boy.:for the Seb Cheaters of 805 West Eighth Street, born
i affair held in Jefferson Street home of Mrs. A, L.
Brown. Mrs E. Coker, Mrs. Dar,. elegant was \he February 19., at ..Brewster" : Hospital. The proud mother Vivian and
nela White. Deacon and Mrs:" E. Lewis Little Albert Dwain are both in excellent form.

Atkinson. Mr.. and Mrs. Willie Mrs. Etta Dens president of the auxiliary commented on the Mrs.'EO Walker". ; Dennis ,of_New York City maternal. grand-
King Mrs. Margaret Williams very beautiful musical'selections rendered by Mrs. Annette BL Espy mother of:. the .new*',arrival, vwas ',on hand to share the happinesswith

Miss Willie M. Baker, Joe Dop. and expressed her regret that there were a number of guests who The 'Chesters."Mrs. _

son. Arrie White. Van, Roberts. departed. early and whose presence she did not have ,an opportunity '" 'II!' a a i: '. e, .. .
Robert Mallard,. Ira 1ker. .Johnnie to DOt Included la the partial guest list were: Mr. and Mrs. Sollle -' k.

Bailey. Robert Caurley and Mitchell Mrs. Edna Leapheart. Miss Alethla Frailer, Miss EarthaM. Lois W. Hill and Carl Young were married .in ,a quiet and
Dee.cOli'W. R. Buckner. M. White, Anthony Kkmoo, Charles D. Brooks, Edward C. Deas, impressive. ceremony performed last Sunday morning February 23.

Richard Wilson, Miss Anna Foster A. St. Goergo Richardson' Gay in Wrightsville Methodist Church. The Rev. :Mr. Charles C, King; 4

MRS. VINEY FORD LtUlejohn Miss Maodesttne Jamison, and Miss Fannie Speights. uncle of the bride, officiated at the rites assisted- by The Rev.E. .

Visitors from out of the city Included lUre and Mrs M. Gist of H. Johnson.

PRESIDES.OVER. Columbia, South Carolina; Dr. IL S. Nobileo of San Francisco, The Youngs are honeymooning in Miami.

LINKS MEETINGThe California; and Mrs. Beatrice V. Waters of Bridgefleld Delaware.Mrs. .
s s s s s s s s s -
Waters is the ,mother of Mrs Willie Smith.

Ladies of the Links Golfers S a s a s s a a a a The"very charming Sirs. John J. Coleman performed the installa.
Guild, held their monthly meeting I Ion ceremony for new officers of the Lee Femmes Charmantes

Wednesday at the New Lincoln i Sirs.. G. L. Payne of New York City, who Is the former Mrs. Bridge Club last Friday evening held In the attractive home of

Golf and Country Club, with the II Lenora Lawson of Jacksonville entertained The Criterion Matrons Mr. and.Mrs. Walter II. White 1458 West Fifteenth.Street. Formally

vice president Mrs. Viney, Ford t In an elaborate manner recently asslsted by her husband. The Rev placed fate office were: 3Irs. Dorothy Dunlap president; Mrs. Ver-
presiding.A 1 t mal Gloerice, president; Mrs Margaret C. Day, secretary; Mrs.
Mr. G. L. Payne, who has since
returned to
I I New York.
forum was conducted with a| Helen Grimes, financial secretary; Mrs. Ernestine Poole, corresponding -
question and answer period. The I t Jaxons attending were pleased but not at all surprised for secretary; Sirs. Sophia S. White treasurer; his Horteose Jones,

forums are conducted to give the Mrs. Payne has long held. the distinction of being one of Jackson business manager; Mrs. Delphine Mainor Brinson reporter (Installedby
j t
members invaluable informationthat rule's outstanding social leaders and is rated an ideal hostess. proxy); and Mrs Clevel Cromartie chaplain.
their t Mrs. Coleman received a lovely gift from the hostess.
will so
sharpen game The
luncheon service was unique, in that the various itemson M 9
that facts learned about"golf in Other guests present at the meeting included Mrs. Elonise A.
the forum may be put to practical the menu were so arranged to form a matron (body skirt arms Fletcher, who was awarded the guest prize, and Sirs. Annie Mae

experience on the golf course. head, etc.) and dessert consisted of very delicious celery pie. Hors Mclntosh.

Mrs AUean Harrington, tournament D'ouevres and a variety of sandwiches were available throughout the The menu consisted of baked ham, candied yams peach salad 14tNWRllC14FEATURFB
evening. -
chairman, presented plans hot rolls and coffee. ,
for the' next tournament to besponsored Local members of the Criterion Matrons are: Mrs. Blanche Grimes
Glover and
Mrs was winner of the club prize Mrs. jjir
by the club March 29th. Jenkins; Mrs. Eleanor LUtlejobn, acting president. ; Mrs. Florence qualified for consolation. ,

WBson secretary; Mrs Bos Peppers financial secretary; Mrs. a -a J KEN"KNIGHT .
MaWe OUphaat, chaplain; Mrs Sarah R. Hicks; Mrs Henrietta Kin-
Airs. Myrtice King Is hostess to two aunts :Mrs. Mary Mason
SPEAKER Baa; Mrs..Etta Dens and, Mrs. Hortcese W. Gray .A at l IJPRESENTING-
of New York City and Mrs Easter James of Bridgeport Connecticut -
PALATKA.-Dr. J. A. Long Included on toe guest list were Mr. and Mrs Japans Baker, both of whom, are visiting in Jacksonville. r''r" KNIGHT TRAIN
the L. ,.I. Alexander Mr. and Mrs Beleford McCtriff, Miss Alethia Mrs.. King took, the visitors to Miami last week-end as a part jl B a P.M. 12-1 NIGHTLY.
. MDn of this city will be Frailer, :.Mrs.; Beaaor 7. Mrs. Mildred Peterson,' Robert Peppers of the entertainment' planned for them during their stay. ;r SWEET CHARIOT
speaker for tho morning vParshlp J. :B. OHphant,,-ass Mrs. Vivian flyers ..1.,New ,York, City .- 9:SO to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY"

at -ML Zion "AME Church: ,'*EaU- Since her recent arrival in Jacksonville Mrs. Payne has been The Cotillion Club an established whist group, held a lavish BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

lags March:9':The occasion .la the hostess to Grant Reynolds, an attorney from New York City who Valentine Cocktail Party at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club 1030-12 MONDAY, thru SATURDAYWeek

observance of annual. Men's. Day.- was.L enroute- J, to West Palm Beach and Dr. E Mao McCarroU, a receatIT. _. _' ._t. __ ___t J-_' --. sea. YM -
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I Bethel Baptist Church Observes 120th. Anniversary: I




I i :-> 3.'> L*:. ;.[ mate Wives

yy Alliance will sponsor a St. Pat-
p ; I
< k'* in tlie: Educational
Bethel Baptist Institutional Church, will be the scene

of extraordinary events, beginnng Frday. February 28, and ending I .Building of West Union Baptist
Monday night. March 31st during the celebration of its 120th 0x -- ''M! 1 ,>n Monday ev.nm j. March
: I The embers' )f Second Sip. 17.
,Anniversary and he Fifth Pastoral Anniversary of the Rev.
trt Church, will honor Deacon ?dames A F. Cumminga and
H. %Vilson'Minister.
The church noted for its structural I\ Bintist churches, will conduct the Atrus Fleming with a testimonial :t. J. Green' who are serving
I J! serviteI s; service in the church auditorium ;I'as chairman: and co-chairman respectively -
beauty and rich inharitarc?,
and locate at-Hogan and Caroline i I, Tuesday ",i.gl1t, March 4, the March 12 at 8 p. m. : : have issued a n announcement : -

streets, is known as the Rev. Sol Cooper and the Rev. A. A'4v f j'v N Tnbuts will .b- paid .Deacon;Ii' :urging their

"Mother Church" of Florida Bap- E Crumidy. pastors of the Jerusalem Fleming for his: service in the! friends: to support t'ie! event wbich

tilt denomination. ; and S lint Paul Baptist ; church during the past four years l! is being sponsored :as a projectto

Its history dates back to 1838, Churches will have charge f. J during the illness ref the Rev K.j II liquidate: the debt jn the .or-

issued Wednesday night. March 5, the '), Britt *jistor. ganization's property at Green-
when slaves were papers ,
I of the St. lam.i. T.i:
Rev A- J. Hughes
by their owners, good until 10 He has: been a *'m-! of th* :I
p.m. Sundays to attend worship John Baptist: Church and the Rev. I RL. church for 38 years, jni is observing !I'

services on a plantation locatedat H. H. Robinson of Mount Sinai' his 30th year as treasurer EMANUEL GR-OUP

which now is Bay and Liberty Baptist Church, will be guest WI of the church and eight years, as I'I WILL SPONSO TEA

streets and called Mother Sams' ministers. chairman: of the deacon board: .
ReR._ 'i i
Place. afterwards, }Mother Thursday night the Mr. Fleming is a member of
Shortly 10. _
__ Usher Board 2 of Emanuel Baptist
Leander Jones of Central Baptist _
Sams was sold and moved to ____ the Most Worshipful Union Grand I ILod
Church will Sacred
Institutional Church and the Rev. I sponsor a
Pablo Beach where Mother Mc ; Free Masons of Florida, i
f I and I Musical Tea March 16 from 3 to
M. J: Trowell will be present nf., i
Queen a free woman gave the past master and treasurer 0 f
j I I preside. Visiting ministers will be 5 p. m.. in the mam auditorium
slaves the privilege of holding Some of the guests a J fred are shown following the recent> tea given North Jacksonville Lode 337. deputy I'
thier choirs ENJOYABLE HOUR I the church located at Forest
in her home. The membership accompanied by home of Mrs. Marie Smothers.J grandmaster of the Masons Iand
meetings b the Stewardess Board No. 4 of Central CME C surer Suday at the I Copeland Streets.
grew larger so permission .ushers, and congregations. Sams and Mrs. Pearl Golden. Standing left. airs. Alice E. of Florida state organizer-of the
Sirs. Marie
is' Sitting left, Mrs. Ethel Welch I Mrs. Edith Jones of Mt. Sinai
March 7
night .
was asked and obtained of Friday I \ Mollie Davis, Mrs Ella Webb, back row, left, Shriners of Florida to the imperial .
Marie Smothers Mrs. Mary Vyles11'h
"Friends of Bethel Service" Night. \\l.Ibrn.Irs. i Baptist Church will be featured
O. Bk Hart in the erection of a Council of America, treasurer -
Ruth Huff.
Wallace and Mrs.
i Mr. Lids as the guest soloist, and Cecil
shack made of California boards of Rabia Temple 8.
i : B. Fisher of Day Spring Baptist
on the southwet corner of Union BAPTIST WOMEN. Deacon Fleming is also cohairman -
I ORGAN DRIVE BEGINSAT Church will be guest organist
and Ocean street, where services -. :and secretary of the
MT. STREETThe Others appearing, are: Mrs. Julia
could be held. ** I LAURA finance committee for the Progressive Mae
---- MoreldJid. who will re-
A white minister baptized most The Junior Missionary Society.* Baptist State Convention cite "My Insurance" and Mrs.

of the members in the St. Johns of Mt. Sinai Baptist Church and]NAME WOMAN'S DAY OFFICIALSThe Laura Street Presbyterian: and succeeded tile Rev. Mr. Laura Harris, "My Confession."
Clvarrli: has launched a drive to Britt as secretary on the National
Rver nd later, a church was the Women's Hour Committee of Mrs. Mamie Coleman will serve,
organized, being the first organized the Progressive Baptist State Junior purchase an organ: by Easter. Baptist Convention of America'sfinance as dean of hostesses:
I The Music Department: of the committee in 1955.
religious group in the city. Womens Convention will sPonsor Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Church located at Myrtle
As a result of the organzationcame a musical tea March 9 from! Avenue and 4th Street will observe it's Annual Womens Day on church :a spearheading the drive Outstanding personalities from ----- _.

Bethel Baptist Church 4 to 5:30: p.m., in the church basement Sunday. March 9th. The Officials and Committee are as follows: under: the 1 leadership of Samuel various areas of Florida have
whose first pastor was the Rev. Official Steering Committee: O. Pearson president. All organizations been invited to attend the service r

Cataline Simmons, who took over Featured soloists will be Mrs. General Chairman Mrs. Vicey F. I Earthelean Crump Mrs. Vetdell and auxiliaries in of the and participle on he programSUFFERIRS SELF SERVICEWASH
church are cooperating pre.
In 1868 and served for 12 years. Alice Burrough nad E. H. Benjamin. James; Co-Chairman Mrs. Amy I Days, Mrs. Grovenia Wright, Mrs. I and activities to

In 1895, a larger structure, cost Societies of various churches Smith; Pastor of the Day, Mrs. Ollie Douse. senting programs for this effort. I

Ing $26,000. was erected, however, have been invited. Sylvia Dixon; Assisting Pastors, !' Listed on the Sunday School raise On funds March 9 at 8 o'clock the ....w............ .ISe
the building was destroyed in the The Junior Missionary Societywill Mrs. Ella McKeever, Mrs. Alberta I
Committee are Mrs. A. M. Frazier, churchill present Richard T.
great fire of May 3, 1901. observe its annversary Way. General Secretary, Mrs. Ro-
instructor of music at Operated -
Following the fire, the member- March 12 in the church audi sina Porter; Assistant Secretary, Chairman; Mrs. Elizabeth Hall, Hadley R RV IrA"DT AnTLe NAO." DAKaDrr
Frazier the 45th St. Jr.-Sr. High School, ?ma DZDU.&JNaWOaM.oaoua ponyrote
Miss Slyvia
ship the entire block superintendent
purchased ;
torium Mrs. Elzabeth S. Hall. -ec&II *TyANr.DSOraN 1I"ILL 7.ANO FAIRFAXLAUNDRY
recital1. He is a graduate
at the present location and began Members of the Finance Committee Miss Mary Hodges, Mrs. in a piano nAMnOay UUIr or Ta KAUID

preparing for the new structure MISSIONARY UNIONPLAN'MEETSUNDAY include: Mrs. Esther Stephens Martha Sellers Mrs. Mary Mc- of Fort Valley State College MAOTICUM ramp 4IIt BAUT TOn AaOVr s aim

which stands today. Treasurer; Mrs. Willie Way. Mrs. Louise Wright, Mrs. with advance study at InJia.1aUniversity.

Speakers of national prominence Mae Jones,. Chairman; and Mrs. Ella McKeever. 0 !l :" 1614 Fairfax Street

as well as outstanding local Ella Fulcher, committee member. Working for the Baptist Train. E.l.- M..i1.!ew Open 24 hours
ministers, will be presented duringthe The Holiness Missionary Union Named to serve on the Public ing Union will be Miss Nelouise MEN'S DAY SET <.._.... ......w.

celebration, but the ,Rev. Mr. will meet Sunday at 3 p.m in Relations Committee are: Mrs. Samples, Chairman .Miss Masqu-
Wilson will be in charge at the the First Born Temple, 825 W. Leola Solomon Chairman; :Mrs. rine Vance Mrs. Mary Vance AT MT. OLIVEThe I I

opening services Sunday, March Monroe Street.A Thel- Miss Gwendolyn Scott,
Gloria F. Holmes, and Mrs. Clayton,
"2. and wilt preach the third program will be presentedwith ma Harris. Miss Delores Rodgers. annual Men's Day celebration Dixon Tire CompanyPRESENTS
communion sermon a 11 a m. At Mrs. Ada Roberts, the president
The Tag Committee is com- Members in charge of flowers will be observed Sunday
7 he will administer the in charge. Mrs. Dorothy
posed of Mrs. Mae Byford, Chair and decorations are: Mrs. Gerome March 9 at the New IK. Olive
-Lord's Supper. Blakely will be the speaker.It THE
man; Mrs. Priscilla Girlie, :Mrs. Weston, Chairman, Mrs. Juanita Baptist Church.
Monday night March 3 the has been announced that an
I Rosa Rosa Harris, Mrs. Thelma Everett. Mrs. Mary Mcquay Mrs. I The Rev. A F. Cummings,
Rev. J. J. Jones, and the Rev.C. invitation has been extended to !
Edwards. Mrs. Ruby Scott Mrs. Amy Smith, Mrs. Annie Bell I accompanied by the Male Chorusof
C. Daniel all missioaries. Elder Hill is'
pastors respectivelyof A.
Myrtle Hall, Mrs. Francis Ward, Smith. West Union Baptist Church .
the Antioch and Mount Carmel the host i I I I
pastor. iI I Mrs. Elizabeth S. Hall, Mrs., A. The Captains of Districts are: will be the speaker for the morning V

M. Frazier. worship.The .
I IDon't (1) Mrs. Rosa Lee Hall ((2)) Mrs.
Committee has afternoon program will
The Hospitality
Lola Grant ((3)) Mrs. Beatrice feature the Rev. D. Barnes, who ClinicMARCH
Mrs. Maggie Rodgers ;
miss seeing this Mrs. Alberta Way Mrs Ora Lee Davis (4) Mrs. Hattie Mosely ((5)) will be accompanied by the Male

Porter, Mrs, Jessie Mae Johnson. Mrs. Willie T. Baker (6) Mrs. Chorus of Tabernacle Baptist

In charged Ads and Sponsorsare Annie B. Smith ((7) Mrs. Thelma Church. 17-18-19
Stirring Documentary Film Mrs. Thelma Harris Chair. Evening service will be con-
Edwards ((8)) Mrs. Carrie Samples .
man, Mrs. Gloria F. Holmes, Mrs. ducted by the Rev. J L. Hall, :- -:- -:
ON CHANNEL 12 (9)) Mrs. Lucile Leon ((10)) Mrs.
the Male Chorus --
Elizabeth Hall, Mrs. Rosina Pore I accompanied by -featuring- "
ter, Mrs A. M. Frazier, Mrs. Ollie Mae Sherman (11) Mrs. I of Friendly Baptist Church
Ruth McPherson (12) Mrs. Bessie I Mrs. Gwen O'Connell
Leola Solomon. ,
Sun. Mar. 1 Hall (13)) Mrs. Laura Johnson
2,10:30WITH : Members of he Usher Com Frigidaire Home Economist

B mittee are: Chairman, Mrs. Florence WOMEN'S SOCIETYTO demonstrating the Yam '
::- DaneLs. Mrs. Louise Wright, TEAThe yr
t Mrs. Frances Ward, Mrs. Thelma SPONSOR latest in home appliances 'fi V '

.' Harris. Mrs. Eula Jackson, Mrs. GETHSEMANEWfliOBSERVE and money-saving
Junior Women's Missionary
-.- .,
\, '>/rt I ::' IJ'II; iJ. Society of Mt. Calvary Baptist recipes. Learn how to save r ,
11:';' ; :
: !
Church will sponsor their annual
on meals.
: Seasons Tea Sunday tram 4 to
6 p.mIn the basement of the -:-
NIXON JOHNSON GAITHER/JR. WOMENS DAY church. An interesting programwill


TIMELY{ TELEVISION TOPICS. following districts will ,

HASTINGS :Feb. -23 Women's meet Sunday: District 4 will meet

3 .Satel.li STATE MEET Day will be observed: March 2 at 3:30 pja. home of Mrs. Pearl DON'T MISS

in Gethsemane Baptist Church Smith, 126 Swan St. District 6

Schools beginning with the Sunday School will meet Sunday at 4 pjn. at
a. ISu.r"Yi The State 914 Jefferson St. THIS SHOW!
Progressive Baptist at 10 ajn. with Mrs. Jaine Nixon

Convention and five of its six serving as superintendent. Mrs. The Jerusalem Singers will be MRS. GWEN O'CONNELL

al auxiliaries will convene at Friend. Bell Brown will assist Mra Nixon. presented a recital Sunday at O. Frigidaire Home Economist

ship Baptist Church Fort Myers, The teachers are: Mrs. M. A. 3 p.m. in the auditorium of the

The American educational [. March 18.23 with Rev. E. H. Britton, Mrs. Evelyn Hinson. Miss church. This affair is being presented Clubs Church Groups "Home EC" Classes

;' Hamilton serving as host pastor.Presiding Mamie Johnson:! Miss Unice Green, by the Senior Missionary
; Are All Invited
system faes j.: :
up I officers'will be'the Miss Geneva Williams, Miss Mar. Society.

to the challenge of our ; f Rev. J. C.Sams. Mrs. H. B. Miller, garet Britton. Mrs. Emma. Deggs .

= Mrs Agnes Dean. Mrs. M. M. and Mrs. Leola Lymas Mrs. Mary REV. J. C. SAMS ADMISSION FREE !

survival as a free na a. Warren, the Rev. W. J. Glover,I Ross will review the lesson. ATTENDS BAPTIST

; ; tl0n..adocumenta'y JAMES R. Miss Evelyn Wright, Buford Gib- Choirs 1 and 2 will serve at

< KILLlANJR.r son. Mrs. Idella Williams and.,11 a.m. The worship period win MEET IN TEXASThe I ]I
study of the
r development r Deacon Sam Davis. t be conducted by Mrs. M. A. Brit-

4- of American ed : ) The parent body has chosen for ton from the theme, "A Witnessfor Rev. J. C. Sara who is .

." .'; 7 '. its theme "The Church, The'Sure t Christ" A panel will be pre- pastor of First Baptist, presidentof
ucation since 1900. }-'>1I 1\ :: Hope of the Ages." The Senior i j sented by the Red Circle girlsof the Progressive Baptist State ELKS AUDITORIUM

; .lt & a visit to an eighth iIl1tYlt Women's theme is "Doing the I the church from the topic Convention, and vice president of 712 WEST DUVAL
work of the Lord," Junior 'The Church and our Youth." the National Baptist Convention,

.. ; i;& grade science class WILLIAM CARRRJ G. Women. 'The Responsibility of Mrs. Amy Williams will serve as was one of the presiding officers Doors Open 6 p.m. March 17, 18 & 19 ..
,..:ft' the Christian in Disturbed World,"' narrator Other speakers are: Miss at the executive board meeting of
plus interviews
... and the Youth win discuss "GodIs Frances which convenedin
)"jj, :ti -- Merkers, Miss Teresa the convention,
r \i t.' :%/r r with these c C, Calling. We Must Answer." -:. .:. -:. ::t
\ ,. 'I w t Harris. Miss Thomasina Cave Waco, Texas February 26-27. ,.0" r
;t.-r. .
;'iiE-W'& Mission workers from all see- Miss Carolyn King Miss Margaret Arrangements were made for "'+
iM 3 t ;:- ;. notable = in the workships which win con-I,I Britton .and Miss Iris Merkerson the 1958 annual session, which is : Sponsored By- V -'

.' ... 'Americans. .. It't tions of the State will participateduct The special Female Chorus win scheduled to be held in Waco

ir ,'."{'', .tt i Bible hours and other fea-I serve at 3 pjn, under direction Texas September 1014. ;

-, 1 t;:" .:!..f":.;; '? _CHARLES VAN NARRATOR DOREN, tures. Ministers and lay leaders,!;| of Miss Evangeline Cue. IntroducI The Reverends R. H. Wilson and DIXON TIRE CO. !

win play important roles on the Uon of speaker Mrs. Jennie Har- H. H. Robinson, pastors of Bethel :

Sponsored By various programs.Rev. I ris; speaker Mrs. Cleo Higgins Baptist and ..Kt.S ra1 Baptist .'" .-,

DUVAL COUNTY TEACHERS ASSOCIATION C. 'A. Weaver of this city of Palatka; an captains will report Churches also attended this session. THE HOME OF FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES .': :;..:
Is scheduled to give the sermon at the close of the cession. The Rev Mr. Robinson is

Courtesy of the Florida Star for the presidential program.I Mrs. Britton is actingpastor for chairman of the National.Evange- ',_ IOn Edison at College In Riverside Rb :.

March 21. the day. Usticsl Board.

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.Ending Saturdav.March1 I. 1958 .c. _- '. '. '" -_ '_. _. p. THE FLORIDA STAR Page Fin .

categories: Awards to individualsand LILY WHITE .. -
LODGE .> '',''.''' "' '
: .v ,
I 'W'l : ,
to the clubs and departments .i '123 TO GIVE TEAA \: 't :,,:' ';,. +: ,:> ,:f' S T1rf

; 'M.OO to the Y-Teen de- '>: ;;. >

BY partment having the second highest -! t .

average sale pf all depart: Calendar Tea will be f
ments participating; $50.00 to the present-I qo Itif
Y TEENS ed Sunday March 9th in
department having the third high-
of Mrs. Hattie I. James 1718
--"'- est average sale of all depart- ; 1

Y-Teens ments participating. Myrtle Avenue by the, LilyWhite Ie }
and Blue Triangle girls

clubs have been in the process of For clubs participating: $100.00to Lodge 123. *

the club having the highest Mrs. Ida Dixon, chairman, and :
selling potato chips. This is the *
; average sale of all clubs; 75.00 Mrs. Willie Mae Hart, cochairman I
annual project of Y-Teens at and $50.00 to the second and of the program committee' *

Central and Branch YWCA's in third place winners. have arranged a program for the I .

Jacksonville. Cities over the For girls or individual awards: occasion. '
southeast participate annually in To the three persons selling the Persona representing the calen-1

the sale. greatest number of packages in d a r months are: Mrs. Mattie *

Among the many clubs participating the whole sale will receive a wrist
Reed, January; Mrs. Mildred Gillian
at the Branch this year watch; a compact ceramic Jewel

have been Smart Pope Livingston, box or a double faced medallionto February ; Mrs. Daisy : 1WPAttto -

Longbranch, R. L. Brown, Col those selling 150 packages or Small March; Mrs. Johnnie Wai-

lege Park Blue Triangle Clubs; more. don, April; Mrs. Annie Peterson, y+a !i i' '''Kr

the Junior and senior clubs at In previous sales winners have May;. Mrs. J. Forest, June; Mrs.

Matthew W. Gilbert, the O. H. come from the club at John E. I d a Dixon July; Mrs. R. M. MORRIS BROWN ALUMNI CLUB entertained Sunday February 16 at the homeof
Baldwin Club that meets at the Ford School, Oakland, and the
Johnson, August; Mrs. Fannie L. Mrs. Erma L. Bryant for graduates of Morris Brown College. Standing left are:
Branch YWCA. The proceeds O. H. Baldwin clubs. Winners for Mrs. Deloris W.. Jones. Henry W. Jenkins. Jr., Clinton Jones Paul Owens Roscoe A.
from this year's sale will be the current sale will Barnes, September; Mrs. A. Cum-
contributed be announced I
Ross Minnie Rhodes. James E. Bryant Mrs. Erma L. Bryant, and Mrs. Annie G.
towards the mortgage At when all tabulations have been wings, November and Mrs. Wile Morgan president. A tip of the Pepsi Cupto
the YWCA is offering in two these
completed. lie M. Hart December. ------ -- -- --- --- -- --
I. young Americans,, who .
OPENS DRUG STORE I make our country and

REV. M. DAWKINS AND JOE LOUIS our plate community in which a tw better live..



1958 PHILCOe The Los Angeles Branch NAACP announced today that: Rev. K

J faunce A. Dawkins President, has Just returned from a personal I
.conference[ with James Hoffa President of the International Team. (.
j jl ters Union where top level decisions.were made to eliminate racial '
jc tcSYL'IA.
c discrimination wherever it exists in local affiliates involved with the

I brewery industry.
Mr. Hoffa Einer [ohn. Western -

.x Vice-President. Harold Gibbon leaders of the Bu-iweiser Protest
<. ... .. ::;':;1":" National Executive Vie e Movement in a position to returnto
President. and the legal counselfor Mr. Augustus Busch and se-

E } .. .. I' :- the Teamsters Union, met cure from him a frm commitmentthat CRUM .,
last week wth Rev. Dawkins,
.- ...<..< if the union refers Negroesto New Stanton Senior' High ir(
1 ::.t :.:i.-.l5". Franklin H. Williams NAACP t his Van Nuys plant for positions -
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi
West Coast Secretary-Counsel aa truck drivers packers,
Dr. L D. Harris announcesthe I Cola
and Herbert Hill. NAACP Nation. Bottling Company -tc
,bottlers or warehousemen, that
opening of his! new drugstore
to salute Crum
HTV with the TAPERED LOOK In the Magnolia Gardensarea al Labor Secretary Rev. Daw- ]he will be willing to hire them, I of proud the 10th! Grade Sylvia Class. Sheb ir

kins was accompanied by Joe and would instruct his
to serve residents in Magnolia manage. honor student secretary
Louis, personal friend of Hoffa, men to do the same an -
Gardens, Floradale and of her homeroom and 4
and Attorney Martha Malone Jefferson
surrounding: area. The Budweiaer Protest leaders financial secretary of the
counsel to the Teamsters
The new and modem facility I are unanimous in their decision NIL
President.In -trtc
which Is stocked with quality "No Bud" movement will I
top that the
what may be an historic decision ***** **" *'.. -
drugs, patent medicines anda be continued until Negroes, Mexi
Hoffa and his aides $
variety of sundries and non- can-Americans and other minority
and the Teamsters National -
drug: items is located at 27S5 agreed group members are working in
Executive Board voted, .
West Edgewood next to the new the Van Nuys plant.
to draft resolution
a opposing I ic
711 Drive in Superstore.
and all forms of racial dis-
any +
Dr. Harris who is a registered ,
pharmacist with many years of rimnation in local unions affiliated GILBERT DANCE 1'"
with the Teamsters International -i
experience served as pharmacistwith GROUP TO GIVE
and to reaffirm the constitutional -
at Broad
w Reyno Pharmacy provision on this issue -. RECITAL MARCH 6 >
Yf and Davis for several years. .
first instituted by the late I -tc R.T '

'INCH REGISTRATION SET Daniel J. Tobin, former interna-' An annual "Spring Recital", vji.x:

tional president. will be presented by the Modern +
Secondly, it was agreed that and Creative Dance Group 0 f +

OVERAlL,DIAGONAL The.Duval County Adult Education copies of the resolution adopted I. Matthew W. Gilbert High School, .

MEASUREMENT Program is reopening the< by the International Executive I March 6 at 8 p. m. in the school I FRANCES McCUTCHEN
Board would be sent to the"headAi auditorium. i iC New Stanton Senior High
Art Courses that were farmerly; .I I
4 held at New Stanton School.i of each local union throughout J I This year the group has selected I 7 France, U a member of the

COMPLETELY NEWMODB.4211 Persons wishing to avaiF themselves the country, urging them to correct two spirituals One is "Battleof I -r* senior class She is secretary
J any situations where racial 'I Jerico" with Ralph Footes as iC
of this opportunity may of the Safe Drivers Club an
March discrimination may exist. soloist. This dance will depict the
register Monday evening, '
It was further agreed that the I actual movements in the Battleof honor student, and is affUU.
3rd from 6 to 8 pjn. at New ,
Stanton. NAACP nationally and locally Jerico at that time. 7 ated with the Ebenezer Methodlst .

would investigate instances of union feature is the
The added rhythmic Church.Jtl.JI."Jl.Jl.JI..
The Monday evening art class : t
discrimination and documentthe Trombones,"
and "God's Little i II
will be devoted to Drawing
same ad refer the evidence to This .
arranged by Fred Waring.
Painting. In this course, the be- Jf.tt
the Teamsters headquarters. Mr. the movemeats
number will protray
ginner as well as the advanced
Hoffa also agreed to give his per- of individuals from the beginning
student, will experience development
sonal attention t 0 conferenceswith of time to the anticipatedend. KK
of techniques in pencil
local leaders where such .
charcoal: and pen and ink drawings -
evidence s produced. The poems to be used were
plus painting in a varietyof
;. media. The 'WednesdAreVen.ing : Finally, it was agreed that an written by the late James Weidon. KK

evaluation of this action will be Featured soloists are HaroldHolmes iU
class will be chiefly concerned -
made at a later date in a second Betty McCray. Mary and Ie
New tlender: cabinet taper gracefully to blend with any with. experimentation in
top level conference with the Florence Griffin.

Interior e New design dial panel with Top=levei Controls e the Ideas.newest. Craft and Ceramic- same principals.Rev. Some of the songs to be intre- : tcc

Features 21" Compact Power Plant with Deluxe Spur-Switch There is no charge for the Dawkins declared upon preted are: "The Lord Done LaidHis ,.i. ;t
returning from this conferencethat Hands on Me," Where Will I I
Art Classes, except the K
Tuner Grained Mahogany Finish Cabinet. registration fee of. $2.00. Mrs. was held in Mami Beach, Be?" "Ole Time Religion.Creal
Florida, where the Executive Morning.. : and "Sin K
Gitting Up -
Mildred J. Hampton, Chum of: SHIRLEY ROBINSON
Board of the Teamsters in -tr
were ner Where Are You
58 VALUE LEADER New Stanton Art Dept. will be session, that this now puts the Tickets and advertisement majbe New Stanton Senior High iC
the insructor. For more details;
secured from any member of Tribute i* paid to Shirley of it
interested contact
NOW 0 N LY persons may
IN EIONY-COLOR FINISHIL1L:4 Mrs. Hampton (EL 4.7378)' or the group and faculty. Mrs. Hel lenrve the senior class. She is the w

Prof. W. D. Sweet (EL 4-3538)). STANTON DADS CLUB B. Robinson, sponsor will se president of the Camera j
as choreographer Club, lice President of her J
TO SPONSOR SHOWThe homeroom aa honor student 7*

;: $1111195 CLUB HOLDS and is a member of the Zion it

Dad's Club of New Stanton Hope Baptist Church -Ie C

Senior High School is making i * *
FOIL ELECTION OF plans for the presentation of the
it" .'
1 '.' second annual "BIG BROADCAST I r \: *
r.- "' '" OF 1958" at the school on April t.
'ti\ Congratulations from Pepsi
t 'PRICEFeatures ITS OFFICERSThe 21, beginning at 8 p.m. : '' Cola to these three Merit

Featured on the variety show .... -oi'tc: ,\ V Awarad winners:
; ':
i Y. ,. will be many of the promisingstars t.q.;.", f t.I'Jfll t : .' tf Awardtalutat1on
L '.... 'fIF? : Listen to Pepsi" Merit
Wyonett Social and Say of the future who are .. { on Pepsi Cola
enrolled in the schoolsof ; 1 "' TEL .TDIE- \VRIIO. 1400on
-- ing Club elected its officers for currently :!

-- --- ---M DELIVERSFeatures the ensuing year in a meeting Duval County. : -; 10:45 your to 11:45 dial -A.M.Saturdays.
'21D. $10 Proceeds from this annual project : >
held at the home of Mrs. Marion /-Pf: ,,: -.. .
Glover. .will be used to pave the front ; tg

The slate of officers are: Mrs section of the New Stanton Senior ,' *
PHILCO HP/oItage dr- f : ,
.. .:
""'" I' ( ,
-'" Marion Glover, president; Mrs. High School and provide curbingfor i ) > '
cuitry, Top Tuning, 2 .
Range Switch, Deluxe Spur- TERMS j ON BALANCE Helen Glover, vice president; )[rs. the ,same area. Last year theDad's t .. ",.' .-t.

Switch Tuner. Inez Wright, recording, secretary; Club purchased several essential .. *

Mrs. Marie Brown, assistant secretary microscopes for the schol's ."...,.. : '. t "

; Mrs. Eliza .JOC :S, financial science department

secretary:; Mrs. Hattie Matthews Benjamin F. Sloan, Sr.. president ..." .,'. *
assistant financial" secre of the New Stanton Dad's t
Company tary. Mrs. Charlotte Wilson treasurer Club recently informed his ofgani-

DAVIS Mrs._ Inez Jackson Christ- nation that all attempts must be AS MOSES TIlE GREAT

Mrs. mage to more of the LAW GIVER CHARLTOJrHESTON
man Saving secretary; encourage I
135 Broad St. Phone EL 3-5791 1
Louise Preston reasorer; Mrs., men in the community who have HEADS

Anna Hooper business manager; children attending New Stantonto GREAT CAST OF STARS IN OoU

Mrs. Ethel Madison, assistant; begin attending the regular THE GREATEST MOTION ol

Mrs. Bessie Belton sick commlttee : weekly meetings: of the group PICTURE OF ALL TIME, lWeek l- !
OPEN 9 FRIDAY NIGHTS chairman; Ji r a. Sophia which will be held in the school THE TEN COMMAND. .

--- -- -- ".. _.-' .--.. .. '-- .. --. ..," Mitchell 'chaplain; Irs. Johnnie. library every Monday night from MENUS" NOW PlAYING :
"* **""**'d THEATRE
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Mr. and Mrs. Wendell R CaU HELD II I ir

well were united in holy 'matri- .. t r
mony recently in St. Luke Baptist I ti i DR. LEE MANDEL
Church, Hibernia. The brideIs
Last Thursday, in the gymnato-:
the farmer Miss Theresa C. rium of James Weldon Johnson } t i OPTOMETRIST

Miller, daughter of Mrs. Mary Junior High School, fifty students,
I Miller and the is the f
groom honored
the second
were during:
Announces The Opening Of His OfficesAt
son of Mrs. Azalea Holmes of Merit Awards Assembley, for,

Ashevlle, North Carolina. their outstanding leadership, A

scholarship, cooperativeness, courtesy -
and puncutality.( The merit NEW. CONVENIENT LOCATION
system is a plan by which the] 'i
128-A West Forsyth Street : : Jacksonville. Florida
CIRCLE HOLDS MEETThe administration and staff of the a i

school are trying to "accentuatethe I Office ELgin 4-3988 -:. Residence FLanders 9-1809
Rosebud Garden Circle met positive and eliminate the : j

last week at the home of Mrs. negative" in the students. I j qi -- --
Francis Pugh, 1529 W. 20th St., The colorful occasion'included p

Hostesses for the affair were: presenting the colors by the Patrol I Pk f, .. !I I
Mrs.' A. Jones, Mrs. A. Mickens and Honor Guard, devotionsby WILSON & SONQuality
and Mrs. BernIce Pugh. Mrs. Thelma B. Snell,'and the HEADS TOGETHER The National Association of .Market} Developers established an 0
I Ethical Practices Commission last weekend during its annual winter board meeting In Washington,
The agenda included the show .occasion by Mrs. Iva L. Grant Shoe Service
CT for Happy Haven Home. Each Invited to speak for, this affair 1 D C. Above are seen members of the important 5-person commission set up by this professional
member brought an article. was Mrs. Cleo Higgins of Day organization of men and women engaged In marketing direction to Negro consumers. Seated, left
Floral made tona, formerly of the Bethune' to right, are Joseph Albright NAMD President, Nashville, Tennessee; Moss H. Kendrix, NAMD
arrangements were
Cookman Faculty. Mrs. Higgins board chairman: and commission head, Washington, D. C.; J, R. E. Lee, Vice President of Florida DYEING AND REFINISIUNG
the with
during meeting spoke from the subject "The I's A and 31 University, Tallahassee, and standing, left to rght Howard B. Woods, executive editor' ORTHOPEDIC WORK
greenery Gifts brought by mem- have -It/ Inatiative, ingenuity andindustl" I St. Louis' Argus and Wendell P. Alston-, Es&o, Standard Oil Company of New Jersey New York INVISIBLE SOLES
were exchanged by City Ethical Practices Commission will draft'code on ethics to be presented to the Market Develop .
) were defined and used to -:
members who were absent at the
( ers Annual Convention' at Nashville, 1\larch'O. 22.
last meeting. Prizes were awarded challenge the students to higher I, -- 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4.7025
for the best looking floral ar- achievements. Beautiful lines of;
poetry were dedicated to. the honor MARECHAL NEIL -Kenneth 5. Wilson Mgr.
rangements. _.
students from the poems, GARDEN CIRCLE
--- -
"How Do I Love Thee" and 'The ,
Exhoratation of the Dawn. s. .

the principal. Dr. H. James The recent meeting of the

John 'V. Boldens enter- Greene, and certificates of award ..: !;rcai gent Garden: Circle was 1907 Kings Road at Spires
tained a few of their out of town were presented by Mrs E. L. : AUDITORIUM held in the beautfiuily decorated

friends recently at Brunch In George, Dean of Girls and T. V. i ;: home of Mrs. Annie Belle Lee,

their 10th Street home. Amongthe Thomas, Assistant Principal !I 1916 N. Myrtle Ave., with Mrs Where ExperiencedPharmacists 11
guests present were Dr. and Music was provided' by the band The Isaiah Blocker Ban and Henrietta Kinnon, Mra.: Alice Prepare

Mrs. R. M. Harris, of Waycrpss! ,, and Miss Kathlean Crockett so- i Chorus will be presented in a Kirkpatrick, Mrs Annie Belle Lee Your Prescription According
Georgia; Mrs. L. Lake, Detroit, Hoist I joint concert March 10 at 8 p.m., j and Mrs. M.'Lee as hostesses. to your doctor's

Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. B. T. I in the auditprium of the school. MrsLee'"surprised the ladies instructions Using
Combs, Lack City; Prof and Mrs. MRS. MARY WALDENYW The chorus is under the direction'! with Valentine souvenirs following only the best quality
James Green, Lake City and Sgt. !IOf Mrs. Ruby P. Benthone. I Ij a delectable repast. drugs.Dr. .
and Mrs. Combs of Paris"France. j t The group has appeared on The invited guests were Mrs.
Local residents attending were: Mrs. Mary Waldon a native of j various programs both at school,I Marie Stewart and Mrs. Andrew P.
Lake Wales, Florida, is the newly and in the fs c,.E. Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham
Mrs A, Mclver, Mrs. Rosa M. f I community including ,; Burwell. Mrs Burwell was guestspeaker ;
Warren, Mrs. Hazel Argrett, Mr. ,, appointed Young Adult Director I I a recent: appearance on the Founders I,j; anJ brought helpful information -:- -:- -:-
and Mrs. -C. D. LeSenes and of the A. L. Lewis Branch, YW Day Program sposored by;': on the planting and
others. I I CA. Mrs. Waldon is a graduate j I the Isaiah Blocker Parent care of seasonal flowers. A COMPLETE LINE OF:

of Barber-Scotia College and the I ers Assn. at which Teach-I'I She climaxed' her address by Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- SundriesPRESCRIPTION'S

I wife of Charles Waldon. She resides :j Gilbert L. Porter was the speak-I,I presenting unique arrangements S CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
with her husband and two I er. TAe chorus will be singing j> of flowers for centerpieces. A

ARTICLES: FOR I SALE 1 children at 2114 Mars Street, and j tvarious folk songs, anthems, spirituals j i I The next meeting will be held .. .
works directly 'with the Young : and semiclassics.The & --- --
Out of Pawn Littlejoin
-:- -:- i
r! Adult Department at the Branch. Concert Bind under the';' 1424 Jefferson St. j i
Ladies' three quarter i YWCA. i I I training: of Miss Norma Ruth:

length Silver Fox Coat! f : Solomon will be heard in many I
i t WANT PROGRESS? t! Miss Solomon is nosening, I 1k _

Mink dyed Muskrat Coat Read "Politics As Usual"! her third year as director of DEPARTMENTSi
j ,is one of the new'
$39.50 On Page 2 the Islah Blocker Band during i young
which time the band has ap- I stars of Warner Bros. "GREEN

Suits and peared on programs in this city EYED BLOXDE", showing: at
Topcoats. I FOR DRIVER'SLICENSES and other cities in Florida. Last TALLAHASSEE-The Department midnight tonight along with
of Religious Education of'' Our very liberal
upr "JAMBOREE" on a big benefit
years, the band appeared in two I
the 11th Episcopal District AME earnings are com. Each account is
program at the Strand for the
district and state festivals, win- I CURRENT RATE
Church, announced the pounded S e mi- insured up to
Al's Jewelry and Loan Or Learning To Drive ning twin first division rating in followingarea UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE
Company both affairs and trophy seminars to be held beginning -; FUND. The program also playsSunday Annually on 1 / CT1. $10.000 by the
I and two March 14. The western area thru Saturday, March ings in this /2-,0 Federal Savings
plaques. Sav3
439 West Bay Street \ El 4-0659 1134 W. 5th St. meeting will.be held in Bethel I 2at the Strand. "JA)( O. I elation which and Loan Insurance

Phone EL 4-6264 Geo. L AME Church, with sessions beginning REE" stars Fats Domino. Count I chartered and Corporation
Perpena. Dir. t
t It I at 3 p. m.. March U, and Basle and his orchestra, Joe I pervised by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by an
t CANCER FIGHTERS 9 A, M., until 6 P. M. March 15., Williams and a host of current 'I I U. S. Givernment. act of Congress.
I The Tampa Area Seminar will I recording stars.
MEETING IS CALLEDThe be held in Bethel AME Church I A' featured player in the

REMODELING & REPAIRING St Petersburg, March 2329. The I t drama "GREEN EYED a

South Area Seminar will be held I BLONDE", is the new Negro i i IIY tiitittf.Sa .
Officers and in St. James AME Church, Miami actress
-:- AT SENSIBLE PRICES special com Tommy Moore, who
-:- mittee members of the EuGene' April, 68. f steals the picture in her role as %Jims 'tij | 111:111 ASMK iif inn

ROOFING CARPORTS J.: Butler Chapter of the American The Eas Area Seminar will be the only Negress in the groupof

,SIDING PORCH ENCLOSURE Society have been called to held in.St:Stephen AME Church," women in the home for un- I
attend a brief planning meeting JacksonvilleApril 19th at 9 a wed mothers in the film. Bnlre-
JALOUSIES INSULATIONUP Friday night in the library of : m., until 6 p. m. .1 program is from Warner Bros. 1 .
New Stanton Senior High School -
beginning at 7:30
TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY The purpose of the meeting

I according to the chapter's presi
dent. Professor Charles D. Brooksis PARENTS!

ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. to outline tentative plans for

the forthcoming 1958 Cancer

EV 44105 Crusade.
-' 6115 SUDBURY AVE. Chairmen of the 1958 Cancer Shoes
JAX. FLA. Crusade for the Butler Chapter Baby AT .
A. E. ANDERSON will be Dr. J. L E. Scott, director

of education in Negro schools of Children Shoes
Duval County, who along with 1SCoNT

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get mer.Thomas Duval director Ulmer County of, crusade;the Miss local Ruth chairmanfor cancer Zim- o Teenage Shoes I\ BAll (G D

unit: and Mrs. Anne H. Franz,

LOPRICES former director of the local can. Colors
cer unit will be in attendance at
the brief session and give their

On Your personal counsel and assistance in NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS
making preparations for the chap. 0

tor's role in, the 1958 cancer RED GOOSE SELBY ARCH PRESERVERS DRESS UPS
DRUG STORE NEEDS crusade in Duval County. "Opera-

tion the Breakthrough"1958 crusade is the in themeof Duval GERWINETTES Aull\lauy Other Well Known Brands

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN Other members of the special
planning committee who have
invited to attend the brief
meetng Friday p. m. are Mrs.

Beulah McClellan. Uriah Portee ffl-TOPS $3 99SQd $,4 99 HOUSE SLIPPERS

DUE PHARMACY Leroy B. Jackson Charles James, $3.93 VALUES
Chester H. Cowart, Dr. C. S. wuI I SCHOOL SHOES 0 i 11T.)00

1502 KINGS ROAD- at MTBTLE' AVENUE llama Rr. Robert H. Wilson Dr. .
William B. Stewart Mrs. Florida DRESS SHOES l.

PHONES ELU59748 H. Dwight. Mrs. Ada Rasberry.Rev. .

We Deliver We Also Fffl" All Doctor Prescription J.,B. F. Williams, Mrs. Mary '
T. McKenzie Mrs. Elinor Spencer Iadd's
Hurley ; : -
WATER AND TELEPHONE Mr. Wl D. Sweet. Mrs. Minnie C. ,

Cave. R. V. Daniels. Sr.. Mra. L ;
BILLS.AT OUR ', 17.1 -
STORE E, WUli ma, Frank Hampton. Ro- : : 205 Laura SirMi Store Only Dow&iown -
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Week Ending SaturdaY Much .1. 1958 THE FLORIDA: STAR ... Pace' Seven

I A__& M Rattlers Open Spring football Practice_ \

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Two sale of reasons the little are Cuban.given for One the of!1 TANK YOUNGER OTHER HOPES TO FIND MEN

front I
the reasons h the Dodgers

IJh office were I.a.vnith was with: just the tired trouble Sandy and they over disgusted -::I+ TAKES URBANLEAGUEPOST TO FILL GAPS LEFT IN TEAMBy I

coniid iroabls and the nextis C. PARHAM JOHNSON

i the grievance: Walt Altt n fan- I i I

1 held aga1J3tmo It is said I

.r that Alstoa has been trying to j jgt't II
I I i TALLAHASSEE- Spring football effort to find cable replacementsand
rJ of Sandy: for yer LOS \GELES-Paul "Tank ,
I practice has opened at Florida polish details in offense and
By ROY CAMPANELLA may never Y"une' the great fullback of I IGrambhn I' I
A and M for the Rattlers toI| defense", Gaither Said.
play ball again: but there it I College of Louisiana
try to replace those who sang j
cne thing sure, he will never be contributed to professional foot-i
their swan at the close of ff j
AUGUST A. BUSCH, owner of the St. Louis Cardinals jumpedon forgotten as a baseball playe.. tall has accepted an appointment +i song
the baseball bonus plan as becoming out-of-hand. He said the From 1948 to 1957 Campy bull I'as Chairman of the Fraternal So-f i the season. and introduce new;, LOS ANGELES RAMS

whole idea is becoming outrageous despite the fact that he has doled up a rep as the best major lea- cial and Civic Organization Division plays.Coach | SIGNS FULLBACKFOR

out some lucrethe bonus; money hmself. Busch handed out a fat 50 gue cf all time. In 1953 he etatl ;- } of the Urban League's 1958 Jake Gaither said he

Brand each to the MeDaniel brothers (LJndy and Von). shed major: league recordsfor Membership Campaign. plans to work on .fundamentals, 1958 SEASONLOS
THE MILWAUKEE BRAVES a few new pays, and a great I II |
catchers: most home rlL"l9. L Younger has been a star with I
front office appears to be highly Campy is a three-time winner of a season-41; most runs batted the Los Angeles Rams since leav-I I i I' deal of time will be spent working GELES-The Los Angeles -

elated over Juan Pizarro's show- the Most Valuable Player award. in-142; most put-outs, seascn ing the campus of Grambling College new men into a smoothe" I Rams lost the service of

ing in the Puerto Rican Winter ELSTON HOWARD, catcher. 807. He holds national League I He'stated before the end of machine. !i their big fullback Tank Younger

League. The showing of the left outfielder-first baseman has signed record for most years leading the .season that he wou'd retireat "Fiom our starting line-up through retirement, but they immediately -

hander was enough to cause the his 1958 Yankee contract for league in chances accepted ((6) the end of the season. Gaither said, "e lost tackles Ver. i, filled the gap by sign.

top brass to believe Warren an estimated $15,000. Howard is and tied the league record fjr; In accepting the position Tank non Wilder and James Hill, quar- ing another tan star to take up

Spahn will have a worthy mate the 25th Yankee to sign. Last most years leading in put-cxu; said; "I am very happy to make 1 I terback James Williams, fullback where Big Tank left off.

among the lefthanders. year he played in 110 games 71 ((6)). 1956. my contribution to the Urban' Alonzo Vereen, and guard Charles The Rams of the National

BILL BRUTON, has shown in the outfield 32 behind the LEROY BOLDEN, former Michigan League. In the light of increasing Hines." Football League announced the
much improvement and if his plate, 10 as a pinch-hitter and State star and Rose Bowl unemployment, increasing influxof In addition o the five starters, signing of Jim Jones, brilliant

knee is ready for the real test two at first base. The 29yearold hero recently married ':n Grand newcomers coupled with the lettermen leaving are Frank i Washington University fullbackfor

Milwaukee will again be in the star hit a three run homer Rapids, Michigan, to Mars LovellaA. usual complex problems of living, Brown, and Thomas Marshall, the 1958 campaign.

thickest of the fight in 1958. off Spahn in the ninth inning of Evans. The 25-year-old B... .;.l1, the League's services are needed backs; Beno English and Riley. The rookie defensive ace, twicea

Bruton was headed for his best the fourth game in the World recently discharged from the air KEEPS ROLLING ON-LE- more than ever. Morris, tackles; Henry Harris. candidate for "back of the
season in the majors when he Series to tie the score with Mil force will live in Grand Rapids. week" honors in collegiate ranks
(The Ageless) Satchel Robert Brown, Carl Crowell, and
collided with Felix :Mantilla and waukee. He is expected to see For three seasons, Bolden starredas roy last fall, s looked as a
shows no sign of retiring Charles Howard, guards; Samuel upon
was so badly injured he was out more service behind the plate in a ball carrier for Michigan Page RAY UNDISTURBED promising replacement for the
from baseball. He has signed Cleare end; Marcellus Durham
of the lineup for the rest of the 1958 to give Yogi Berra more State. He was considered a cinch his 1958 contract to pitch again BEING UNDERDOGIN and Paul Williams centers. hard-driving Younger.Sid .
season. He did not get into the for All-American his senior '
rest.JACKIE year for the Miami Marlins. Last BASILIO FIGHT 'The daily workouts will not Gillman, Ram coach said
World Series. but was hampered by injuries. Be-
ROBINSON, the farmer year Paige was the chief draw. lead to a gams scrimage at the he plans to use Jones at fullback
TIlE DODGERS will have a Brooklyn Dodger star and cause of his 165 pounds he did T
ing attraction to the 1larlln'sgame8. end. There will be some scrim- on offense or as a defensive half.
I CHICAGO- Sugar Ray Robinson
not professional football.
number of catchers- t o select present vice president of ChockFull Satch appears in the will maging, but we must make an back.
who meet
TIlE ALABAMA STATE., middleweight .
O"Nuts is
now vacationingdown
from' to find replacement for II
a famous
picture in one of his
Carmen Basilio in return
Miami and it has
the The way
injured Roy Campanella. that ban made
pitching poses match March 25 is undis-
been announced that he would bea sponsored by the Montgomery ,
that is the I
thing giving powers him one of the greatest in baseball
turbed about a 7-5 under-
that be the most is how participant in the Ray Mitchell Boxing Association, was '
history. One great ambitionhe :
golf tournament while on his va- held at Alabama State College'I dog."I Now Open!
well can he carry on in helpingto I Alabama has produced several top has and that is to pitch think I've been the under-

clinch a pennant. They say cation, Golden Gloves them is I again in the major leagues. dog every since I started makingcomebacks
John Roseboro is a pretty safe BASEBALL FANS are wondering While men attempt to name his "
I he said. :
Jim U. S. Maybe onceI
bet, but he is still young and|I if the Dodgers made a mis. the Boyd representativeIn division. age he just keeps rolling on. wasn't-that was against Tiger .tea. .
needs a little more seasoning.'take In selling Sandy Amoros. light heavyweight
Jonesr and did that give mea
at the 1956 Olympic games. guy
VIRGIL AKINS will meet Isaac licking. But I like being the THE JACKSONVILLE

Logart in a 12-round welter. TAN STAR SIGNS underdog. It takes the pressureoff.

1I Going Places March weight 21 title at :Madison elimination Square bout Garden GIANTS CONTRACT Robinson." said, Basilio can't be PALMSFORMERLY

The IBC announced the Win- 'I- 'enthusiastic.. He lost his welterweight
SAN FRANCISCoW1l1iekirkland
ner would meet Vince Martinezfor crown two years ago to

vacated middleweight crown. the man believed by observers -. Johnny Saxton in a highly controversial ( THE 2-SPOT)
to be the man who will l decision t
Akins and Logart were each -a Chicago
guaranteed $20,000. I play alongside of Willie Mays in l Sadium. He also los there to

SAD SAM JONES, of the St.' the San Francisco Giants outfield -. Chuck Davey and Billy Graham. Admission. 75c Monday Thru Thursday
this season has signed his
Louis Cardinals was breezing
contract with the club.
along at fast pacewhen he suffered -
knee trouble. He helped to The 23-year-old: rookie sluggei Your DANCING NIGHTLY
.,... ;.; .
pitch the Cardinals very close to from Detroit was the

'their first National League pen. ber to enter the 1958 Gants fold

ttt nant since 1946. The Cardinals J I Kirkland has been in the Gantfarm LuckyNumbers .

) M top brass believe Jones was a': system four years. Dur
that time he has belted 141 CHUCK WILLIS
sure 20-game winner had he !lOt> ing
}r.. '; been thrown back by that knee homers, 37 of them with Minneapolis -
i iI
vr.S I trouble. Jones is one of the four ,(: of the American Association -
p .3 in 1956. The same ht Lucky Days, Lucky Colon
tan players on the regular roster.
; er. I I droil 120 runs. BY ASTROLOGY BO DIDO LEY

FRANK BARNES is another Given Each Week

tan pitcher for the Cardinals and I Ii In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE

Manager Fred Hutchinson said he i GUIDE ALSO -

I .72 18 39
is from -
expecting big things
I Send $2.00 for your Horoscope ROY GAINES AND HIS ORCHESTRA
345-02 453
Barnes. The 29-year-old hurler -
Guide with lucky num-
I to the Cardinals last If
b came up .
r arUl.'N.a bers, lucky days, lucky colon. :
season at the close of the AA Watch This down Enclose a stamped envelope.0 .
season.-lie made three mound. appearances -

one was a sparkling
6-inning relief Job against the 5 'i' 5 -0- SPECIALITeenage !

Braves: In 1955 he pitched a no- 7 1
hitter while pitching for Okla- In and Mall tot !

homa City in The Texas League. 7 1 Matinee
He has a ,fast ball and'' good con

trol.NOTRE 4S-33-64 P. O. Box 7S2Jacksonville
:- _____ DAME of football fame
137-41-388 1, Fla.
---w has ,become one of the leading .r.- SUNDAY 4 TO 7 P. M.

I collegiate basketball teams in the Sometimes Iae'. Name. ....................... 'K! ,t.ft
nation, .mainly, because: their tan 10
'\ star Tom Hawkins has been a Sometime btfm downHe ADDRESS .................. .
adds, subtracts: ,
.IMD'I'nAsIIS"cunm 11 m 1M rc n.PIlI sa amlar ... -
COSTS 110 Owl AID! .wmI !eCE06I Wt sensation throughout the season.' He :w.rk it aD ,,aeoaadComtngAUractiona Qty. StateBirthday .................. FOSTJVELY NO ADULTS. _,
As a. sophomore, Hawkins ,was -.
.................... .
brilliant but as a junior he is
ADMISSION . . . see
well''on his way to surpass his 40-37-22 month Jk .
SlimTrimand Handsome! It's 1 the sophomore season. : I .,. .day. .
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Los Angeles Dodgers was the on-

ly tan player to compete in the
Old KentuokyTavem 1958 baseball players golf tourna. Regular Jam SessionSunday

ment which is held annually in

Miami Last year, Jackie Robin

son, Larry Doby, Jim Giniam
Flask and Joe Black competed. Night From 9 P. M. Until

the sun shinning out the major [@L2 ,
league baseball teams reportingto -:- -:-

to have this fine Bourbon alwayson the training air. The camps Los, Angeles baseball is Dod-in -

gers are down to business at Ve- PRESS your hear with COMING NEXT WEEK!
ro Beach. Dodger town is'buzzing ebonoiraCVBL t .
hand. Every drop a with activity.
:. : I- I CrecueJeu
CUM; PiESSthl.

medtqper1ections FAUCET DIALS CONTROL

Baths and showers don't haveto

wait until Mom finishes using your bar WUIa '
years. hot water for the dishes -, if a tbonoiraCUKXCUSL'
new thermostatic faucet is installed
>> > >
in the bathroom.
Just set the dial for the desired .;.
oO pbCLTnsBo temperature and the bather is as- ---u "".

PROOF UIfRI.1110 PIICD.' sured an unfluctuating 'flow as ,
1 hot or as ,cold as he prefers it VISIT -
iii LI@Yl1/I/
IIJITVC regardless of other household uses
.. 'r>. : : "
.. ;: '/ '
_of :orate. or of 'pressure changes.A r
similar device is available for I Leroy Hollers DriveIn! arBQueI
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.,. AiN EIght THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. March 1. 1958

June actidhs of the city officials cenUy bought a new Pontiac Bon-

POLICE REPORTSMAN Avenue at Liberty. and-Duval are the things we should remem I neville. It's really snazzy. Lily.:Wdite Lodge
Streets and palled the old pocket- I' ber when Christmas or Election Ethel Bustamante finished tint I

book trick.M rolls around. You may look for in the underjjrad division enc Plans Calendar Tea

IS WOUNDED ss Jor.es was at Liberty and Chips Off The Block some additional "token" appoint- third in the finals of the Miss Fa-j..1 For Sunday March 9 t
ments such as a sargeant or two shlonetta contest sponsored by the
JDu.vaJ when a man approached her
before election time. You may Alpha Kappa Alpha group Day-
I with the old pocketbook drop tona. Due to the illness of Mr.
few colored
even see a more
Otis Thomas, 30, of 723% W.i cops.
suffered lacerationsof trick. She gave him $3 and he H What about firemen; meter readers Luke Mitchell is sending up a Joe H. James, who is now
Church Street
by "jay jay" '
in back of his head and his walked off with another man and m truck drivers, clerks inspec-I' plea for some legs. The boy confined in Brewster Hospital,

right ear last Monday, Feb. 25 in left her standing there to wait for, tors and the other jobs craves feminine companionship.John A Calendar Tea sponsoredfor
"white jobs" by the present adI I Hardwick is the
new man
a fight with two other men at them to return. They never came Lilly White Lodge No. 125:
No matter how hard he tries, Basic. Plan now to attend as pro- ministration. I on the Schaeffer Beer truck. .
626% VV. Church Street. back. was previously scheduled to
the poor old weather man can'tplease ceeds from the movie will bene- Friends of Dr. and Mrs. W. R. i With L. .1. Alexander Agency is
involved the
All fight
parties Patrolmen G. C. Starratt inves- be held in the home of Mrs.
were arrested and charged wth everybody. Last week it fit ar/-Important cause. The man- Akery will be pleased to know I John Pullins who is in the insurance Hattie I.
tigated. James will be held
was too cold," and now "it'b too ,. and real estate business. .
fighting with knives. agen.ent.has agreed to give a portion that both are recovering from injuries in the home of Mrs Lillie
for is the i
net. One
thing sure I Hugh Gregory is busy pushing
Patrolmen E. Jefferson and
Sea investigated. C'I CUTTING SCRAPE ENDS fact we ha\e to accept what is ,oJ the proceeds to the United usutained in an auto acci I I Schenley Champion down Daytona Mae Hart 1928 Louisiana St.

whether like it or Negro College Fund. The schools dent. from 4 to 6 p.m.. Sunday
ARGUMENT OVER CLOTHES bent to n* we f i Beach and Cocoa .way. He will be March 9.

not.Even need your help. If you can't at- The name of Elcee Lucas andcompany's here for a couple of weeks. .
WOMAN IS VICTIMOF Willie Frank Coleman, 18 of with the bad weather folk tend the picture still make a con- new place is not "Kingof ;, Herb Games the Budweiser man :Mrs. Hart accepted the tea

FLIM FLAMMERSFilm 1948 W. 16th Street told policehe are packing the Palms and dig- tribation. Dr. _James H. Lewis of Clubs." It will be known as is up and about after a bout with and will serve -as hostess.

and a man were fighting last ging the sounds of cuzzon Bo Did- "The Rbault Sapper Club & gout. He is about to get on the
Hammers were successfulonce the Afro is heading up the drive.
dley and the smooth lyrics of ------ -
aint it.
Lounge Snazzy
Sunday, Feb. 16 after an argu-
again when they met Miss Chuck Willis. This week-end Ken' For something real nice, try road.For
Elizabeth Jones of 554 FloridaSTOPS ment about clothing when sudden. About Town "Horse-Collar" something nce- stop and
Knight will have Bo Diddley Roy to "Talk To Me" which CLASSIFIEDApts. S
Singleton is the owner of a look at
ly another man joined the fight Haines and Chuck Willis visitinghim Is-Samr Cooke's latest record. "Piggy" Reynold's new
"chine. Wesley has a sort of
ancient place on Jessie Street. For "Piggy" -
and cut him on the right arm on the popular "PepsiTeen"show Another''nic is "The Mas-
group .
I Harry Puzi'smadam it's what the doctor ordered.
> near the elbow and inside the at the Strand Theatre Satur- ter-Sounds. The girls at the Hollywood !' Lucile .
Each week Ken | in the nospital.She Gotta go now. Meet me at the For Rent
day morning.
Norma and Ruth are .telling -
right hand.Coleman. is holding her own. Courthouse to register.
presents the kids with an out- all about "Flying Home" by APARTMENT FOR RENT
tQOjHACHESN was taken to Duval standing guest star. I The pretty lass with the two
Bill Doggett. There's a heap of I Modern furnished
apt. 1453
Medical Center where he was Opening at the Palms Monday the record. Clifford tone hair job you've seen with West
niceflute on 19th
treated by Dr. Cremer. He said night will be Shirley Lee for a Scott is the lad on the tin pipe. Gladys Mosely is her sister-in-law Help Wanted Gall or come Phone to EL 4-1775.

he did not know ,how to locate week's stand. Also open is the 1 Jimmy Lewis stopped to tell us Rhonda Jackson. The two made a see.

BECOMES Willie James White, 1921yearsold new Palms Dining Room. It is one about the plans of the Youth pretty picture ankling home from FEMALE HELP \WANTED

whoms he names as his of the most modern and up to date of the NAACP to embark buying pretty things. The loud
QRA-JEL assailant. eateries in town. The kitchen 'is on Group a' house-to-house canvass to sound you have heard on the I Women Sew Easy Ready Cut' Rooms For Rent

Patrolmen Johnny J. Doe and presided over by Cato formerly of. Your only answer "Blocks" is Harry Britton. The Wraparound Aprons at
spur Jlome.1 ROOM FOR
E. Hickson investigated. the ElDorado. to Charley Johns and his boy is back on the scene after an Earn $26.16 per Dozen RENT
absence of several years. He plansto Spare Time-WRITE: \ for rent single
Beginning Sunday at the Strand "smear" committee is the ballot. or couple
Theatre is "Jamboree" a pix fea- be here a while. Elsie Francisis Freeport, New York desired. Phone EL 6-5957.
Register!! now. It ran happen I
turing a galaxy of recording stars back in town after a brief sojourn
Johnny Shaw took in the happenings -
The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER Including Fats Domino ,and Count and dug some down home in Chicago and points North. I
Frank Hampton is presently in '
info from his main man. Bo Did- EstateLOANS
Miami playing in the Ray Mitchell
MYRTLE AVENUE AND ADAMS dley. Among those out were John

ABOUT PEOPLE I Devore and his sister :Mary. John Open! Golf Tourney.the Gateway Frank City is representing in WANT OUT OF DEBT. $ $

and Mary have recently reopened
Florida LOBSTERS . Lb. 55c I the Chicken Shack 0 n Myrtle grand style. The popular businessman $1,000 $2,000 $3,000
officer and
N. Carolina (with that. deep sea'flavor for stewing) Mrs. Ida Buggs, a prominent Avenue After. the dance John re- -Let- $4,000 up to' $35,000

Standard OYSTERS -- 98e pint member of Bethlehem Baptist left for Daytona Beach. Seems as MAN HIT IN HEAD Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred
Church and the Luck "16" Sewing tho someone in Daytona invited on unpaid balance at 6%.
Devore to be their guest at "Fash- REPORTED SERIOUS Let us help you to complete
Jumbo SHRIMP Also Boneless Lb. $1.10 Detroit
Circle was called to Mich.
ionetta" sponsored by i your house or refinance 38
Medi6m SHRIMP -- -- Lb. 89c to attend the funeral of her sister. of Daytona.
Kappa Alpha-group Willie Frank Harrell, 36, of 842 years in the same place.
BARGAIN BASEMENTSmall Ernest Jordan Dot Reese and E. 1st Street was reported 'to be Call -

MULLET --.--__._-____---_. ._ Lb. 20c other employees 0 f Timuquana in serious condition when he was ADVISE YOU
Large MULLET ----- Lb. LET US BUILD Country Club were out for the taken to Duval Medical Center J. P. YOUNG

Spanish MACKEREL Lb. YOU A BEAUTIFUL evening. Teddy Washington and last Tuesday, Feb. 25 after being
2 9 the rest of the boys from the Wal- Air. Simmons or Sir. Walsh
Shriznpboai WHITING Lb. C 2 or 3 BEDROOM hit on the head several times witha 230 W. Forsyth Street
Medium DRUM Lb. CONCRETE BLOCK dorph Lounge are the best dressed board. and Monroe

Salt Water BREAM Lb. HOUSEWe 'combo in town. The group has at Harrell told police he and Henry PHONE: ELGIN 3-6145 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.
least four different outfits including Phone EL 5-8014
Hampton 3fc25: old
will take lot
a or
Beach WHITING -- .-- Lb. 35c house in trade. an "Ivy League" ensemble. of 842 E. 1st Street were arguingover EL 6-S591

Large CROAKERS . .-- Lb. 35c LET US COMPLETE TOUB The places uptown no longer Alberta Jackson, HarrelTs
have a monopoly on pretty girls.If girl friend
HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY who also lives at the'same
FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR you do not believe us stop by address.
THE SEAFOOD CENTER Street spot can boast of a groupof
LOT. -:- EASY TERMS comely lasses who give service.

I Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 FLA. SUN-SASH The expose story of the year is WHENEVER YOU

looked for when "Senator" Maultsby -
gets back in action. The "Sen
ator" is leveling all guns to fire $ w'A

SILVER STAR COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS on a local situation. Ills! main"man ,iiJ

Johnny Stewart, is his, unofficial
CLUB; RESTAURANT 7 W. 21st St.- Just off Main advisor. ,ie
EL 6-9777 EL 8219 The Ten Commandments is cur-

5672 Avenue B rently playing at the Ritz. If you REPAIR SERVICERadio

.... ... ... missed this great picture, don't & Small Appliance

GOOD FOOD & COURTEOUS SERVICEAT Magnolia Floradale fair to see it now. Call The Service Number
Hizzoner the has shown
mayor EL
his true colors again. Thursdaythe 11CdARITON w '

| NOW OPEN! | operator of a local employ- $S.M Service Charge COMMANDMENTS
ment agency wanted to know whyis Financing ArrangedFor --.
it that the city of Jacksonvilledoes Large Jobs YUt ANNC tDWARDG YVONNt DCBRAHE5TON


Mervon'sPharmacy answered that the civil service SUCCOeiC NINA MARTHA JUDITH

:hired and setting up job qualifica 1836 Evergreen Ave. ADULTS MATINEE 75c E'en1ng-9Oc -KIDS 30c
tions. He also stated that hundreds ,
I of Negroes are employed by

the city. Yea they.are Mr. Mayor

SANDWICHES 1/2 FRIED CHICKEN 27S5 West Edgewoodnext but in what capacity? Let's takea STRAND BENEFIT UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND!
(ALL KINDS) ( to 711 Market) look at the true picture. .
(Or) SHRIMP DINNER Only In the Visiting None area
; F. FRIED POTATOES. Prescriptions city recreation and Public libraryare "

BAR-B-Q-BIBS 99c Patent Medicines Negroes In any type of semiprofessional 17 GREAT RECORDING STARS! /

BAR-B-Q CHICKEN Prompt Attention or skilled, positions.

Top Quality Drugs Hundreds of Negroes are employed x' A 21 BIG HIT TUNESr / >
bat only as trash throwers, -
.: .
' Bring Your Own Bottle.. W. Hare The Ice & Mixer PERFUMES SCHOOL SUPPLIES- NOTIONS laborers and ditch diggers. In this \ YOUR 19 TOP DISIWOCKEY

-:- DANCING. -:. OPEN EVERY DAY. city a Negro is not allowed to '
:- AD Your Drug ft Cosmetic drive'' a city track. Even In collecting k \ FAVORITES AREA!!. / Q
5:00 P.M. 'til, 9:00 A. M. Sunday 10:00 'til 1:00 A. M. Needs Near Your HomeL in colored
garbage sections /


AND SATURDAY AT 10OOP. M. MIDNIGHT truck and drives from stop to '
AND. 2:00 A. M. Registered Pharmadat atop. On the mechanized. tracks \ GREAT BIG

I Phone PO 5.1582Terrific where lifting has been minimized .

only white helpers are used. The
story! of no Negro electricians or
plumbers in the town Is an old fast

one to us.Yours t tovtsto pinning .Jy:P-.r HUtA OUEOeAtnd
I Savings! .1 truly had personal experience -
with the civil service the seen t

board. Five of us answered an ad of dan p '
for light meter readers. We met Ow ,. wssOv eUUO "
kind of H
all qualifications. At first they D
Pan !
V' told, us that the exam was for

!' : S 7-PC. SOFA BED GROUP the'"white clerk only.' the" We announcement calmly showed and

:: \ V told her that race was not speci-
;_ V REGULAR $139.95
fied. The place became shook up.

for only QQ95 Naturally nothing came of it but sc .

found out that the who
Qj we person
:YOU SAVE $5000
supervises the Civil Service Board
-:- SOFA BED .:- COCKTAIL TABLE was again us. Thereafter notices

-:. MATCHING CHAIR -:. 2 STEP TABLES began to carry "For White Divi _

-:- 2 TABLE LAMPS sion." To date we have not found '*

out the meaning of "White Division : ; : L Li
and no where in the city __
$1 Down $0 Weekly
I I set-up have we found "White
A Li ] Jobs and Colored Jobs. After all MIDNIGHT TOM! nSUN.SAT

we don't have white tax rates and .
colored tax rates. An of us use :, MARCH 23PLUS /

-Eagle Furniture Co the same old tax rates and pay ac- TERRIFIC V DRAMA CO-HIT! ( '

cording1.to the same scale. ,

... Maybe;the.Mayor: feels that we "GREEN-EYED BLONDE" J
.. .' 230 BROAD STREET TELEPHONE: ELGIN 4-7887 are holding the only types of Jobs -

we are qualified to hold. These ,