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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
March 8, 1958
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT A 17-year-old mother was.wounded last Friday, Feb. 28

when she was shot in the ,stomach..by her father when she .
One of the heirs to the famed 2-Spot night club. Mrs.
ran from bedroomwhere he had threatened to whip .
'
Agusta Hunter sister of Charlie "Ed" Craddodc deceased ,

sportsman and business man was bound and robbed !D her her. wYa
Marion Evon Mercer who lives .
\ Durkee Drive home last Tuesday night :by a pair 'of thugs Y
with her father at 265 'Watts b<:'. *
posing as County officers.
Street told police she left. the HAWKINS :
as "Sister" told Investigating of. I SEEKS.IMMEOIATERULE y ,, V n, 1
house to get her baby 'some milk di w
fivers that last Tuesday night at Mrs, Hunter, popularly known
and met her father, Jesse James
about 7:15: pm. shortly after.she ring valued at $100, and a diamond
Mercer in the street. He bawled
had returned .from a fishing trip, dinner ring'valued at$200. .
her out for leaving the smaller
two men knocked on her door. Thenightclub: owner whose .
children alone
She said when she looked out husband "Tallahassee" Hunterwas

the men said they were from the at his place of b>ztlneas:. ma. She said she was f,gone only a TOENTERUFVirgil '
sheriffs and wanted to see ; at45th shortwhile but: :when she returnedshe .
office I14g Jig "Our Savoy".Dight- pot .. .
:'1. her-about records concerning"JJb* .Street, durlnjf the: ,robbery, -saw"' 'thather father had ., .oJ,_ If'" .-: ,- -.r -- ....
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Charlie Edd estate, ''for which she skid the men 'tied her to.tne'bedandlefther. WhtPP d -";'?_ 'ERroN'DUBUTlON Lr" A. pleasant A center president of Bethune-Cookman College an

.was named executrix, in Crad- .-Her screams for help dren. He turned to 'Whip her and kins'Wedneeday 'Utprlee was' ; ,..1C"6oui..,. d jat i Dee. of i! t' !*e1fb "" .

dock's wilL attracted neighbors who called she ran from the bedroom into a new..attempt to*galn immediateadmission :';drive,;, when he arrived, in Jacksonville last"Toes day night;. He ,w- presented with eoaftHfcvitMof .".1tt

called police: the living room where he'shot to the e.1I'WNt&Univel'sity Puiman porters"and Terminal"station Red,Oape. -.- .,
When she admitted the,men in- her in the stomach. : 'Florida. $50.: from : ,
to the house they struck her In J SenVliLth College Fund'presentation pluses, from. left are: J..,U.. Aeox, Andrew.,Wbite, Dr.
After shot the
being young
.
I I His attorneys have asked the .
the mouth and held a knife to her mother laid she ran from the t MOon; llMjyAVhlU! ,and Willie O. OolUn.
CITY TRANSITTIE1JP J.-S. Circuit Court of Appeals in
throat telling her that if she
house 'and he shot at her the New Orleans to issue an order -
made a noise or outcry her throat second: time but missed. :Two of Federal ESTRANGED WIFEIS
directing District judgeD _
would be slit.According EASTSIDER KILLS 1 WOUNDS 1 '
the children Shirley
to Mrs. Hunter, who LOOMSBy younger y v e to tell the University p f ROBBED WHILE .
II and Fairbanks
Mercer Mercer Florida it must admit him.Immedi-
lives at 2014 Durkee Drive, the 8, were witnesses to the shooting. ately.Hawkins'. VISITING HUSBAND

men demanded that she tell them attorneys said Judge'
where the safe was located In her Lutzen, J. E. Rogan and Sgta. W. Mrs. Evelyn Webster 40 1581

home. She said the men told'Tner The' huge population of Jacksonville C. Barber and P. A: Gruber In Devane had no choice butte issue I Pearl Street told police she was

they knew she had just sold the- the gateway city 'to vestigated. the order since the Supreme Court Invited to 1448 Silver Street where
Club for sizeable has ruled Negroes'cannot be bar- A 42-year-old man is being held in the Duval County
2 a
pot Night
the
Florida waits with awe zero her estranged husband, .J a m e II
sum, fljyt Jp addition "got some hour. tor a.decWon, that will red tram all-white schools:'because; Jail in connection:; with the knife slaying of a 27-year-old George Webster; 47, lives and

money under the table" 'determine by a vote, of the bus of their race., man and an attempt to murder a second man. when she reached the house she

They ransacked the J house looking -: drivers' whether thera.. will be' ,a VIRGINIA LOSES The Daytona Beach ,man who One-.victim was fatally stabbed 1 1I was beaten and robbed by the
I
for what they referred to as of public trans. began his attempt ,.to enter the .
complete tie-up last Sunday, March 2 in the backyard ried- to Duval Medical Center In husband and:his roommate.
safe in the hall". She told University of Florida nine
"the
f portatlon. I ,f: FIGIIIODFIAYINTEfflATIQN years ,Mrs. Webster said $14 was
the stick-up ,men the safe .was: in With the threat of a bus strike ago filed a suit,in Deyane'..;court at 734 Lafayette Street and a.. critical condition. ,taken from, her billfold.She e _said

a closet in her bedroom, whereupon coupled with the taxi-cab strike here Jan:. 8 asking temporary and: the second man was carried to Patrolmen Freddie Mack 'Edward she ,would swear out a, warrant

they topk.JSOO,in'casfcfroni Ueat. has.'been.oh for more tljan { permanent court :orders directing '1Juvai Medical C Iter' In- critical 'Hlckson and _Sgts. E. P. and prosecute. :. f.*

.* it along with a watch which wasj a month the. working population, university officials 1:0' admit, him.. condition with Imlfe wounds inflicted Corley O. A. Johnson: and Cat Patrolman .H. L. flunkett. ,in-

j given to Charlie Edd by-his-enf. the church goers, the shoppers Devane refused to issue. :a temporary :-, by the- same 'person. .H. ,T: Fowler ,investigated. ... vestigated. -' .

,;j ployees Valued at,$500..-They?also doctors patients and,the sight.. *WASHINGTO srSJPreme! injunction"pendmg'the taking Witnesses told investigatingofficers ::
with ladies! splftaireh Court-Monday 'dealt-another: blowto of testimony,and Hawkins' attor- NathanielDowell of 734 -- --- ----- ---- -
f i walked oft .. ,.. : seers are-,deeply distressed .fY'r ....
L .the outlook. -. ') .. "Virginia's program of "mass neys appealed'ithat decision. De Lafayette Streetjrnd Lemon Wig

The 1tus. drivers are asking for; the -resistance" to? integration of vane ,then postponed'further ..consideratiorij gins, alias Shorty Mack. 42,' of JAX MAN FACES

i WHITE MINISTER a five-day: "''work week and lan- !, its public.;schools., .- in, ,the .case until the 946, Oakley Street, got Into an VOTERS MUSf

PETITION' increase In salary which has been I Irejected. '. 'The high court refused to review circuit ,court,.acts on the appeal. argument when Dowell told Wiggins -

SUPPORT :'discrimination _In...the new action Hawkins is shouldn't allow white
.up..to the. present time an anUr claI decisIon he ,. HOMICIDE RAPA

TO BAN BUS! BIASMOBILE The drivers are members of Local i of the U. S. Fourth Circuit seeking a mandamus from the appellate people in his place of business, BE REGISTEREDBY

197. Amalgamated Association Court ot- pP 1s"which Virginia court ,directing Judge ,De- a confectionary at 729 Lafayette

T- Street and' Electric ,Railway and said would result in closing all vane: to order his Immediate ad Street. 27-year-old man was arrestedat

-;. Thirty-two whiteProtestant Motor Coach: Employees of America public schools in 'Prince Edward mission. Wiggins, who was sitting on AUGUST 10TALLAHASSEE
: Church St :::
his home, 626 1 W. ,
rmbdst rs'P1eciP1 boards jumped 'up and
and when they speak they County. >- some :
means U.. S. pulled knife from his belt and last Saturday. March 1 by'officers
their support today to a POET speak with authority. That That decision directed BOY FRIEND USES a

, leaders when a vote is taken it is final.'The Dist: Judge Sterling Hutchesonat advanced on .Dowdell who threwa G. R 'Henry, \\". L.. Massey A. .Any Flo.
don by Negro religious ELECTRIC IRON -
zero hour is 2 aonv Sunday ,Richmond to fix a deadline for small glass jar at Wiggins and 'Jones' and 'Sgt J. B. Durham and rids citizen who hopes to vote

: seeking to end segregation on when the vote will be taken. In Prince 'Edward school officials to TO BEAT LOVER then turned and -fled. Benjamin [held on a homicide charge follow in the ?fov. 4 general election

i Mobile buses. au.effort- to avert the dark situagon. start ,carrying .out the Supreme Dowdell., 48. father of ,Nathaniel 'ing the fatal stabbing of Johnny 'must be registered by 5 pjn.

.i The ministers, representing that faces Jacksonville's Court's! 1954 decision outlawing Deloris Ingram 21, 3708 Wilson attempted to stop him and was Lee Griswold 28 of. 418 Davis Stat Aug. '10, Atty. Gen. Richard,

t most Protestant denominations,,: public transportation; Mayor-Com compulsory: segregation in public Street told police her boy friend l stabbed several times in the abdomen Ashley and Davis Streets. En in ruled Tuesday. .
i
.. delivered the petition to the missioner Haydon Burns called schools. and about the body. Witnesses told police Cri&woid Enin'adrlsed James I*. Graham
city commissionblch commended a meeting for ""11 ajn. Friday virginia:; askiner:: the ,Supreme Paul Postell jumped on her and! Wiggins finally ran Nathanieldawn
and Elvy Rhynes got into_an argument Jr. for the Sate
"the Christian spirit March 7, with officials of the Court to overturn theappellate beat her with an electric iron]L and stabbed him in the I attorney

with which our Negro brethren Jacksonville Coach Company and court aald:. about the body'and face after they upper right chest, right thigh and I and Rhynes became angry Assn. of Supervisors that'under
stabbed Griswold time. ,
are approaching. the matter .* offcials of the -bus driver's union. I Terrible :BesponsibIUty left a night club last left arm near the elbow. Police and one the new September primaries
Saturday. Davis Street
Griswold be
ran across the registration books most
\ Thirty.seven Negro ministers The Lincoln and New Deal Cab The federal courts assume a March 1. were ,told Daisy Dowdell alias
with Rhynes in pursuit, he caught closed from 5 p.m. An?. 10' to
petitioned the commission Tuesday drivers are out on protest of terrible responsibility when they Daisy Burris grabbed.. Wiggins by
,
She said she and her boy friendwere hand and'held She aald Griswold in front of 514 DavisStreetand '9 p.m. Nov. 10.
for repeal an ordinance increased rates on car .rentals order the closing of.public 4ICbools. the him. .
which requires segregated seating which would mean a serious This Is WhAt the circuit court!'has out to the Palms and he -he threatened to cut. her, but she stabbed him the second Citizens ulll not be able to

; on public buses. handicap the drivers as Wen done and what this court will do wanted: :!to,leave and go home but was strong enough to hold him time renter' for the general election

The group asked that the as the riding public. if the order appealed from remains she: did' ,not want to-leave. She until'he promised to go home and Griswold was taken to Duval 1 in November unless they have

J -ordinance be abolished **at tJearliest With the Lincoln and ti New Deal I tn1 effect finally decided to leave and when leave her alone. When she released Medical Center In police ambulance qualified to vote In their party

possible date without cabs parked on the lot. and the Virginia has enacted a package they-got-home; an argument start him he went .to Oakley and was+ dead on arrival. The I 'primarieH.

tragic consequence* of strife; Jacksonville'Coach Company bases of anti-integration laws which the ed. which ended tip in the fight. and.Florida Avenue where he was knife used by Rhynes was recovered -i The first primary election is
scheduled for 9 which
: .tension, disorder: and even violence parked on the lot at the same state's leaders call "massive re: She was taken to Duval Medical arrested. from Dock Britton and turned Sept.
: ," time, the' public transportation aistanceThe laws, among otherthingv Center where she was treated byCarter Nathaniel Dowdell was taken to over to Sgt. O. A. Johnson. means that the boob must

The commissioners have services will be in a very aad can for cutting>off state and kept for further ob- Duval Medical Center and then Patrolmen Freddie Mack, Edward .rides on Aug. 10. i

withheld comnMut the 1$ and pathetic ondition: for 4. city aid and :closing down any public servation. Postal .was arrested. to the morgue. He was_dead OB Hlckson and Sgts. E. P. The second primary will beheld
.. 'P tti oln 7tobact Gard.and'L' arrival at tJli fltx13hdlai Pill .;, Cor* y-.Ol: A. Johnson uti l .c*s. om &.pt. its
'-.: .tlaD. 'f that ,bourts, of tt* ..,. q4furwar'i. school wWeit. is 6rtBfmted.j ur- ug .
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Fn0e Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. March 871353THE


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,, FLORIDA STAR "Politics As Usual '
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NEWS

.' -' 'Bj ERIC O. SIMPSON

:; Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. '

1-' DO DUVAL NEGROES 'WANT PROGRESS?
MAIN OFFICE ft PLANT:
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Z32S Moncrief Road ............... ELi8782 EL 44783,
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Downtown Brauch Office: 423 Broad Street; ;-Phone ,EL 4-3773 #
Dr. T B. :M. Howard. the man whom the Mississippi

Hailing Address: S .J j 1' ti "Delia-Democrat Times three years ago. characterized as _

P. O. Box b61. Jacksonville 1. Florida lissisdppi's most controversal Negro is today In the forefront

Erie O. Simpson ......................................Editor of the hottest conflict of his vigorous and turbulent

CL Farfaam Johnson ..............................News Staff career. **

'Altamae Richardson .............'............Circulation Dept. .r He is currently I
seeking the Re. i for the rights of his people. T.R.

Member'of I publican nominal M. Howard was known throughout
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tion for Congressin the whole Mississippi Delta ,,
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BATES the first Congressional in white circles, as the "wrong

One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months f L80 r District type of Negro." He was regarded ,

Mailed To Too Anywhere In The United States. I. -a traditional as a "marked man" in Mississippi. -

Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Send Uiecks_ or Money Orders To; Democratic And even friends and people

FLORIDA STAR p. o. BOX JACKSONVILLE i, FLORIDA, 2w.\ \_ S ri'Zt stronghold whichis with whom he did business were
under the control -
9. .5 1 i often afraid to be photographedwith
f WilliamA.
0 him, for fear of repraisalsfrom

CHURCHES HAVE A DUTY IN THIS CRISIS .Theodore-Dawson. R. his white racist enemies.
Howard ignored threats and economic -
Mason Howard plays with the
squeeze
.
It is encouraging to listen to some of the sermons and SIMPSON plllJ\AU., '-Bi: -6v--- comment, "I've always had to

the reading or hearing of strong pronouncements made by on, and relentless fighter for civil I fight for everything I have. Thisis
loose whose charge it is to carry the gospel to the nations. and human rights is a man accustomed no time to stop."
This la a time of action and thought on the of all and
part : to struggle turmoil In 1956 as president-elect
who essay to be the leaders of the
people. The world and '
hard work that goes with be- the National Medical Association
On the country as well as J the state are In a stage of unrest. : ing a crusader for Negro freedom. in a New York hotel, where he

every hand there are those evidences of man's inhumanity I At a recent meeting of the Baptist was attending the association's
to maD.
I Ministeral Alliance, he stated convention. Dr. Howard with
In that, the church has a distinct function and duty : tears in his eyes told reporters 4,

in this crisis. The ministers of the day should not toil at "1 make a good living in the that he had left Mississippi for i

far-fetched sermons when they can see, one walking along a. practice of medicine, but those of good. He told of the threats on r'
every hour in the day. These must be the, time of the us whom the Lord has blessed his lie and of the rumored one-
fulfilling of of I the STILL CASTING HIS VICIOUS SHADOW DISP1TE COURT DECISIONS!
many prophesies. What the preacher with the privilege 0 f having thousand dollars bounty put up
used to labor with in parables is plain before the eye. health and good education, havea by white racists to be paid to any

We see nations against nations:; children against their responsibility to our ks for. Negro who would have the courage -
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parenis and wars and rumors of wars deafening every ear. tunate brothers. I could not, in i to kill him. Dr. Howard 5

A magazine recently carried pictures of the terrible Your WeeklyHoroscope / good conscience, live in Chicago ( stated: "I feel I san do more in

orgy of a bombing in which Tunis n children were killed trying to cure my peoples pbysk I the battle for Negro rights alive

in their classrooms. The picture of the mass burials with Guide i cal ills, without being aware of anywhere in the North than deadin 1

some shrouded in sheets and others interred in their wear- ,- I their struggles for dignity equa a weed-grown grave in Dixie."

ing clothing in which they were killed, should shock the lity and the righ to live in a Up to this time Howard had

world.The WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR healthy environment. fought relentlessly and fearlesslyfor

world must now move back to the preaching of I BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Born in Murray, Kentucky, 'the rights and freedom of his
the gospel. The solution handed down in the sermon on the young Howard graduated from I people. He left no doubt In any-

mount and later carried all over the Near East by Apostle Oakwood College Academy in Ala one's mind as to his courage and
Paul is the solution to the problems of the UN Congress, By PABLO, The .ASTROLOGERARIES bama in 1927. He received a B.S. willingness to sacrifice his hard

the world councils of Peace and the high lawmaking bodiesof degree from Union Academy in earned holdings, and life itself,

the world. Lincoln Nebr. and in 1936 an M. if necessary in defense of his

SimpUer than sword or spear bomb or Sputnik would LEO SAGITTARIUS 'IX degree from the College of ideals and principles. "But dead,
Born March 21st Thru April 19th Born July 23rd: Thru August 23rd: Bona Nov. 23rd Thru Dee 21st
be those terms laid down In the Tea Commandments and : Medical Evangelist in Los Angeles I could render no service to my
The 27th and 31st emphasizethe Once you settle down to the The showdown that may be precipitated people or family for whom I
wrapped Into nutshell my
a the first and greatest Command- x Calif. The next year, 1937. be
meat -'Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" undesirabllity of letting your facts of life and see your personal by the complete lack of became a diplomat of the National _have great love and responsibility. -
emotions run rampart when this qualities and shortcomings understanding of the consequencesthat Board of Medical Examiners. .

-Atlanta Daily World threatens good relations with in their true lign you will have accompany family and marital Leaving Mound Bayou Mssis-
Bayou
After Mount
to -
loved ,ones, friends and collaborators. powerful assistance in overcoming breakdowns could be advancedby migrating
sippi was a costly move for Dr.
Fortunately you have the your dilemmas. The 27th and the 17th and 22nd. They say Mississippi, T.RM. Howard
Howard. He estimates a loss of
27th ,to show you the way to utilize 28th offer unexcelled opportunities in effect that you should do began the tedious process of in more than $100,000 In disposing

'" '" your higher intellectual powers to cultivate your mind, talents nothing to weaken your mutual tograting himself into every phase of
his vast holdings In farm land
of his
eU.S.MAIL to good advantage when you and prospects through study economic position and hat you patient's lives. For more
and modern rental housing, plus
than 13 he loved and
Letters are subjected o stress and strain. courses or long voyages. The 31stis should call on your higher mind years was
I a lucrative practice and a well
The 28th and 31st also encourage another influence for the good fur the inspiration and compre- revered as country physician adviser
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you to have recourse to your when you arrive at firm decisions hension that will help you to overcome farmer teacher and friend' equipped clinic.

the Editor nobler instincts and power of love to make your future way of life your present difficulUes.2SO662S6236. to all who sought his help. You I Since leaving the South Dr.

I to cope with any difficulties that one that will be noteworthy. could call the name of any pro Howard has made good his prom-
3 20 22 18 21 gressive Negro organization in the tee "to fight til hell frezes over'
i are close to your heart and mind. 322.
1 SO-11-S9-IS-193. area, and Dr. Howard was either for the rights of Negroes in the
VIRGOBora CAPRICORN its head or its founder. In 1951, South and throughout America.

August 24th Thru Sept.,23rdIt Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19th Negro leaders, sparked by one of Using the pulpit, the radio the
Howard's radio speeches, formed speakers' platform and the printed
TAURUS remans essential for you to Where pressure fails more subtle -
Dear Sir: the Regional Council of, Negro word, he has hurled long
Born April 20th Thru May 20th keep your ideas under your hat, methods may be manufactu-
to hold and to ward leadership, dedicated to the social ranged missiles at Dixie bigotry,
A prayer was prayed the scripture read, Hymn 290 was sung There is no lessening of the off the insidious your tongue rred to win your confidence, love and economic progress of Missis and strikes devasting blows at
pressures that can drain of _or negative compulsion
the appointments read and handed out and again forgot Mark 16:15 material and' vital resources you if within you. The things and perhaps, all that you possess sippi Negroes. social injustice wherever he findsit.
"And he I
the to said unto them, go Ye Into all the World and preach : you follow a path of wishful you want most to keep hidden I besides. It behooves you to be Because of his militant, relentless .

Church gospel' bowed every their creature". And again the members of the AME I thinking regarding your chances could be brought to light if they I cautious and to sense all under- and uncompromising fight (Continued on Page Six)
heads In shame, because certain ones didnt of are disclosed lying dangers. You should not .
or
making a monetary winning
get the charges that they' thought they' should have had. a social splash Use your credit are discovered by the wrong peo- consider severing he intimate and
Does "Go ye into all the world" mean the church public ties that have enabled
pastor largest sparingly and make no loans or pie. A wonderful opportunity to you
in the district? Or does it mean where their to arrive at in LET'S GET TOGETHERMEN
go are hungry souls purchases without ironclad gua put an end to an uncomfortable your present place
to be fed, be it aj/ large church or Bush Harbor. ranties that you are fully protected stage in your life and to urn your the world.

Do we the members of the AHE Church count? Bow long must against any and all exi life and to turn your attention 9-70--83--68-31-073. & WOMEN WANTEDTo

*e be humiliated We who once were so proud! Are a few wounded gencies. The 20th recommends to happier and more fulfilling

prides more important than thousands of members whose only desire that,you put the put behind you projects is offered by the 20th. ,, ,r. Become Part Of A Strong Organization
is to worship God in peace; We go to church because, our souls and build your life anew on It. The creativeness: you win henceforth AQUASITJ8Born That
Will Work
For '
lunger for the word of Odd, but instead of the sermons we desire lessons. display can bring you closer W ...,t&rtf 1'& 1Mb ProgreM

..;... "the Christ Crucified" we get the crucified Bishops and 5 IOGGI8e1M5. to success. It is especially; vital for you to --0--

Pastors as an opener, and is be dead at the close, those 6-SO-88--'78-M-W.Bora avoid' acts or statements that .. .'
W11l1f ABE YOU INTERESTED?
are not to swatted could get you into a hotbed of I -
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Then is a great need for leaders twfco are;,peaceful. and eve GBBKI IaR& contention while lease aspects prevail I W'SO.:'POL'Hi THE BLANK BELOW

You kaow_ hew- hard,it late, pastor a.church when you,have several Born May lst Thro JOM Slat Sept 24 fc Thru Oct lard The Slat gives another argument I

pastor and program fighters in your midst so by the aims token If your' rtt&1I'baTe not succeed. You are not fret of the pressures n favor of eo&eultaUons 1U.IL'2'O. DUVAL dVIO IXATJGE

it is harder to preside over a district, where there is so.' much ed to overcome ,your lead by legitimate ,friendly and otherwise, to with those who truly can set your 2339 MONCHECF ROAD

unrest means up to now, you assume a responsibility or go to mod at rest and influence you .

Hare ;you stopped to think what happening- to and can expect them to resort to titter .. a Large expense, according' to the favorably
ether churches? Bow is your methods of forcefuJnees and 22nd. When direct approaches Gacu iC 43 652.
a member to feel when ,he or she knows u' YES I WANT PROGRESS
trickery. Tee 17th and 22nd discloses fail, more subtle methods may be
that their
has
pastor war in his heart? You have held ua to
up Register Me As A Member Of
ridicule, our heads are bowed with shame there are times that we that you should ever be utilized to break down your resistance '
are ashamed to admit that we are AUB members. A minister has on your guard against all attempts end to get'you 0 agree to PISCES

always been thought of as one who was sacred, dignified sedate, to lower your prestige ort terms that are detrimental to Bora Feb.' 1Mb Tsai Karen -30th TIIEDUVALMCLEAGUEWhim

set aside from the world peaceful serene, and in times of turmcJ topple you from a dominant your ultimate interests The 20th Your ttiffftfuVjO aDd com

One to whom ;you could: turn to for spiritual advice and comfort. position. You would also be IB- gives you the opportunity to see pulsions could lead you into a Wffl Campaign Ear

"0 Lord to whom ,shall we turn. advised to corns to grips with through people and their schemes spirit of adventure. The grass Better Street Drainage Fadlitfes
those who have heretofore been and to arrive at rondo?*"*** that may look In some distant
lien of the cloth; you are losing dignity and the greener
your
reaped Negro Firemen Civil Service Job
of the on your aide as. you will need win keep you safe from exploitation land and you may be led to the -
people by
to
continuing bickezV Oh day of shame when men T
them than and loss. It Equal b'Opportunities
more ever subsequently. woul be very unwise conclusion that a change would
whom God has appointed and ordained! to help foster peace on earth .
began to fight among themselves. for you to let down your' defenses be good for your health and earn Negro _Doctors At Medical: Center
2 60-85--57-31 61. and to be caught napping Ing power. This could turn out to Better Treatment. In Store
For
almost two centuries the AME Church has stood .
as a at the time. ,
wrong be
pure wishful thinking or illusion
beacon light before men, having been organized by a Negro under CANCEBBom 8-44778875843.SCORPIO so investigate before A Negro YMCA Building

--appalling Christian condition, and in just a few months it has been JOB 22nd Thru July 22nd plunge. It would not be wise you to General CommunJy! Improv.ment
plunged Into darkness. lien should be grateful to God for
having Should
you fan to muter your keep your troubles to yourself, to I am Bterceted fat knowing some of the ether 6esettls
been an
given opportunity as chosen me to God's
carry gospel. feelings as wen as disturbing Born Oct 24th Thru'Nov. 23nd grow morose and to have doubts

In summary if you have a friend and your friend Is in trouble: situations,, be prepared to count I Alhough the ezplosjve conditions as to the future. I all derive from: joining the organization.Advfee ................
and you decide to stick by him would have that friend suffer I the cost afterwards You :
you are re that surround your domes- 2 60 09 58 97-769.Featherlight ., .

all the effects of his trouble and you feel nothing. If that is true ceiving considerable assistance! in tic and career interests can still me when the next meetag wffl be held. ..........
then your loyalty is. a farce. Can, a lamb go through muddy waterand the form of common sense and be touched off by the 27th you

come out clean? Woe is the day when God's house is called financial necessity engendered by are better equipped to torn them PI.ADO SBELVJ! NAME .....................................................
doghouse, because it doesnt boast of 2.000 members or is of the 27th and 28th. The lack of to advantage. "The 27 and 28tfc plastic shelf unit ,.
small structure. You are too comfortable and secure and when moderation on the previous- day should make it possible for you or two, three, or four shelves ADDRESS .................................................1
God moves the feathers out of your nest end allows you to feel may make itself felt on the 31st to extract the of
some of the hardships that-he Intends for his disciples to feel, seeing that Mercury is opposed labors and outstanding fruits achieve-your.: hate nursery many uses.kitchen One-piece, bathroom molded and PHONE ........!........................................._. _

then you set up a big )'OWl.I by Jupiter. The Sun seztile liars, merits and to stable the economic construction makes them parUcu.1ui7 RLtl1.9'1T.RED VOIDS ................ i"- .
write this. leter without fear of condemnation. Let_ us come on the'a&n1e day should aid yon side of the picture Da not easy to keep dean with a JM or ae
together again in peace in finding peace of mind and a expose yourself to IDs and sales sudsy cloth '

Yours In Grist, long desired result which should pre6g," Good results can now Daintily tinted in lee cream .
spell finis to a major dOenuna. be discerned.- colors these estonianing units .
A Member of the AMB Church 9-80-68- 67-68-873.
-.r. .:- tJ 8-10-16.12--83.-868. hold up to 25 pounds per ,Deli. REGISTER NOW TO VOTE !.

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Wedding Bells.APPLICATIONS .I I_VAGABONDS9 CLUBHOUSE 'IS SCENE OF COLORFUL INSTALLATION RITES r I


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MARRIAGE LICENSES > ,.. ,
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Johnnie H. Goodson. 1505 West ,
loth St., age 43 and Mary Francis
Jones. 1064 Pawhattan St., age
26. c.F >

Bennie S. Jackson 1201 Dora
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St., age 30 and Beatrice J. Stephens
Route 9, Box 227-A, age z J. ; av i

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Hubert D. Webb 5024 N. W. a ryI
23rd Ave.. age 19 and Violet Jean As
Scott 1411 Spearing St., age 17. t4: & .
John H. Pollard 1067 Julia St.,
age 20 and Doris J. Felton, 1505

W. 22nd St. age 16. r- _

Donald Neal, 1493 W. 10th St., ;

age 19 and Mary Ann Nixon 145S _._ n -L
W. 9th St., age 19. I INSTALLATION RITES Members.of the popular Wives and guests of the Vagabonds who attendedthe
Johnnie B. Rodgers, Jr., 833 Vagabonds Club which held Us installation of officers Officers installed by H. W. Jenkins were: Preston colorful affair are seen In the photo at right. Seated
Eaverson St., age 23 and LorettaV. last Friday night in the groups club house are seen Peterson president; Dr. J. P. Patterson vice president from left: Mrs. Emerson Bryan Mrs. H. W. Jenkins.
Robinson, 1445 Prince St., age in the photo at left. They are: Preston Peterson, Dr. Mrs. E. L. Weems, Mrs. T. Christopher and Miss Mar-
J. C. Bailey, E..L. Caesar assistant secretary:
20. J. P. Patterson E. L. Weems, J. C. Bailey. R. M. secretary; garet Williams. Standing from left: Mrs. Henrietta Kin-
4th Harvey and E. L. Caesar. Standing; from left are: Rele- Frank Jones recordin secretary:: W. B. Stewart treasurer noo Mrs. Harriet Graham Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. E. L.
Andrew 1606 W.
Padgett. .
ford McGriff. T. Christopher John Graham G. F. Cash ; R. M. Harvey, sergeant at arms: Philip Douglas. Caesar. Mrs: G. F. Cash. Mrs. Preston Peterson. Mrs.
St., 57 and Viola Walker,
age Anthony Kinnon Emerson Bryan Frank Jones W. M. Chaplain; and T. Christopher Parliamentarian.SOCIALLY. Meltonia McGriff. Miss HilL Mrs. W. R. Toney. Mrs.
1606 W. 4th St.. 5.
age
Sweet and F. H. Williams Lydia Sweet and Mrs. James Genwright.
James L. Pitts 1340 Kings
Road, age 33 and Prudence Jones
MRS. LAURA HARRISTO
Route 9, Box 419-G, age 43. COMMUNITY CLUB

Frank Lee Anderson 725 Min- BE FEATUREDIN ELECTS OFFICERSThe _--

nie St. age 23 and Dommie Jeon MUSICAL RECITALMrs. = SPEAKING I ILOCAL'

Lecount. 1431 Illinois St. age 19. Eastside Community Club

Willie Floyd 1026 W. MonroeSt. Laura Harris will be pre- met recently at the home of Mr.
.. age 58 and Isabelle Green sented in a dramatic recital when I and Mrs. Freddie Barton with the
1026 W. Monroe St.. age 58, the- Usher Board 2 sponsors its Rev. L. Holmes, pastor of Mid. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORS HAVE I Mrs. Haiti Stewart who qualified for the consolation

annual "Sacred Musical Tea" way AME Church,presiding.. POSTPONED THEIR PLANNED "FASHIONETTA". THE prize was hostess to the previous meeting of the group
\-hich will be held March 16 in Mrs. Rosa Howard and Mrs.' DURING THE which was also held at The Country Club.
PACE-SETTING EVENT WILL BE HELD
the auditorium of Emanuel Bap- *
Madeline Perry conducted the devotional
ELKS SCHEDULE tist Church at 3 p.m. period. Officers elected MONTH OF OCTOBER.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. White of 2109 Payne Street

Mrs Harris will be featuredin for the new year are Mrs. Made-. Amy S. Currie Is Barileus of the chapter and other I were hosts to a small group which assembles regularlyeach
"A Prayer for Forgiveness." line Perry, president; Mrs. Maggie officers include Miss Estelle Williams. Anti Basileus: Friday evening for the purpose of playing bridge.
CONTESTThe with Cecil B. Fisher will be at Barton, recording secretary; Mrs. Mrs. Johnnie M. Cowart, Gramaieus Mrs. Alma M. Daniel Mrs. Evelyn Galvin Mrs. Marie McClain, Mrs. Lois
the organ. Gussie Baldwin, vice president; Epistoleus Miss Norma Ruth Solomon Tamiochus; Mrs. Avery Randall Mrs. Mattie Montgomery Mrs. Grace Sykes
The guest soloist for the occasion .. Mrs. Rosa Howard, financial sec- Nellyvonne T. Russell, Financial Secretary: and Mrs. Julia and Rudolph Galvin were among those present.
annual oratorical contest will be Mrs Edith Jones of retary; Mrs. Mattie Leonard, Hazzard. Hodgegas. The informal atmosphere adds much enjoyment to these
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that is sponsored each year by ML Sinai Baptist Church. treasurer; Mrs. Mercedes Holland weekly sessions. I
the Elks will be staged Friday Mrs. Willie Mae Garvin of Shi- chaplain; Mrs. Annie Bee Single- Mrs. Ruth Bonner was guest when the Helleneslans met *
night March 21, at the Elks loh Baptist Church will serve as tary critic.VARIETY. last Saturday evening in the Ninth Street home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlotte Stewart presented both of her special
Auditorium 712 W. Duval Street. mistresses of ceremonies. Mrs. Mrs. Eulene J. Jones guests with beautiful gifts when she entertained The Entre
The contest has drawn wide Mamie Coleman will act as Deanof Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, Mrs. Nous Bridge Club last Saturday evening. Mrs. Norma H.
interest throughout the city in hosteses. Other local artists Evelyn Barnes and Mrs. Leona Bennett. Bland and Mrs. Ruby Dwight were the happy recipients. _
previous years and the local com- will appear on progra/n. SHOW SET Mrs..Jones presented the guest with a lovely gift. Club prizes were won by Mrs. Camilla Thompson, Miss
mitte has worked up a program BY GILBERT PTAA Ruth M. Broome and Mrs. Helen Hart .
that will again measure up to Mrs. Carolyn Washington was hostess to a recent meet- Mr*. Evelyn Leggett Hughes, the new member of the Les Regal.
the standards set by the order. variety show will be present. ing of the Classy Lassies held at The Lincoln Golf and ettes Social Club, recieved her official welcome to the' group ,at a

Many of the local contestants COOKMANBANDFEATURED ed by the P T.A of Matthew W. Country Club. meeting held Friday evening: at The Lincoln Golf and Country Club.
The menu consisted of deviled crab platters which is ... .Included on the roster
have received scholarships to the Gilbert High School March 17 In. membership are Mrs. Johnnie Palmer
various colleges and universities, the school auditorium at 8:00: one of the Country Club's specialties. Byrd, president, ; Mrs. Franlde T. McGee, vice president; Mrs. Lillian
IN"BmORAMA" High scorers for the evening were Mrs. Helen M. Dennis,
of the nation through the scholar- p. m. recording secretary; Mrs. Annie Laura Pinckney, ff" peW
ship fund set up by the Order of TIle show_ will feature the Gilbert Toney and--Mr .-Sarah- ---Wright.-_. secretary. ; Mrs. Evelyn D. Florence, business manager; Mrs. Gloria
Elks. routine dancers, novelty Anderson, Sgt. at Arm*Saving Secretary; Mrs. Helen Murrell,
The last student to recieve a i skits pantomines, solos, comedy I LUCKY 16, CIRCLE MINSTREL SHOW 'treasurer; Mrs. Georgia M. Henry, parliamentarian; Mrs. Alice Slater,
sketches, the harmonica aces. Big chaplain; Mrs. Jenell. Saunders, public relation; Mrs. Carrie Johnson;
of : INTALLS OFFICERS TO BE SPONSOREDBY
was
scholarship & graduate
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Adell and tapping trio 1 'II''' Mrs. Alberta DiUard; Mrs. Alma Costello; and Mrs. Lugenla CaldweU.
Matthew W. Gilbert who selected
A "Band-O-Rama" will be pre. DAD'S. CLUBMr. Mrs. Anderson was hostess
Tuskegee Instiute to persue her sented by the band parents of The Lucky 16 Sewing, Saving # r# 1
education The winner of the Darnell Coo k man Elementary SONS.& DAUGHTERSOF Circle meeting was held at the John Clark the leader and The Smart Set heiq Its moat recent meeting the North College
local contest will compete in the. School. March 17 at 8 p.m. in i home of Mrs. Ollie *Douse with official staff of the Dads Club of Circle home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Brooks, with Mrs. Elaine!:
District contest against contest the Myrtle Avenue Ball Park. DUVAL SPONSOR Mrs. Polly Whitfield in charge. Susie E. Tolbert School will pre Johnson as guest.
ants from St. Augustine, Gainesville Peter Roulhac. King and AlvaP MASS MEETING HEREThe Officers installed: Mrs. Fannie sent a minstrel show April 18. Awards for outstanding play were presented to Mrs. CharlotteD.
Fernandina Beach and Pa- Barnett. Queen will reign over Robinson president, Mrs. Polly It has been said by the principal Stewart, Mrs. Louise Walton and Mrs Lola Schell.
latka. The District contest will the "Cookman Pageant". Loyal Sons and Daughters Whitfield. vice-president, Willie Mr. Ix B. Jackson, hilarious How D'Ouevres were available throughout the evening.
be held in St. Augustine Sunday The pageant is being presentedas of Duval County will sponsor the Griffin, recording secretary Mrs. jokes and antics of, the end men, *
March 21 a, tribute to the Darnell Cook-' fourth in a series of mass meet- Inez Johnson financial secretary.Mrs. "Dusty and Rusty" will be heard Members of the Kardette Bridge Club dined on a main dish of
The winner of the District contest man Band for its achievements ings in the St. Paul Baptist Minnie King, treasurer. Rehearsals are to be held every shrimp salad when, they met recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
will compete in the state during the past five years. The Church Stonewall and Brooklynarea The Sinking fund secretary is Tuesday and Friday evening. George Starkes, 5509 Verbena Road.
contest which will be held duringthe band has received many honors which wll be held March 9 Mrs. Mildred Jones, Sinking fund I Mrs. Grace West winner of the first prize, led Mrs. Ruby

State Convention.The including superior ratings in both at 3:00 p. m. treasurer, Mrs. Theresa White RICHARD T. HADLEYTO Humphrey by a narrow margin. Mrs. Marie Bryan qualified. for the
general chairman Joe H. concert and marching since its The speaker for the occasionwill Christmas fund secretary, Mrs. consolation prize.
James and the committee have organization in 1953. be Rev. A. J. Hughes. The Lucy McDonald .treasurer Mrs. BE PRESENTEDIN s *

been very successful in securing Graduates of the Darnell Cook- Gospel Chorus of SU John Baptist Ida Bugg. Mrs. L. Lewis and PIANO RECITALRichard The annual installation of officers of The Royal Vagabonds, Inc.
local contestants from the high man Band are now playing in Church will appear on the Clara Traver, reporters.A stirred the interest of many social minded individuals. The recent
schools in the city and they have tie bands of Isaah Blocker, James program. was presented to Mrs. B and was
gift
located Avenue
T. Hadley will be presented ceremony was held In the club house, on ,
assured .the same cooperation be- Weldon Johnson, 45th Street Rev. W. B. Miller Rev. L D. L. A. Lewis by Mrs. Fannie in a piano recital Sunday! performed by Henry W. Jenkins Jn
tween the schools and the Elks School. Matthew W. filbert .and Hinson and Rev. Ai D. from the members of .
Crumedywere Robinson Preston Peterson,
I' March 9 at 8:00: o'clock in the Taking an ;active part In the ceremony were:
will prevail. New Stanton Senior High School. the previous speakers. the Circle. auditorium of Laura Street Pres- president; Dr. J. P. Patterson, vice president; James Bailey, secretary -

byerian Church. He Is a graduateof ; Ennfe L. Caesar, assistant secretary; William B. Stewart
Fort Valley State College with treasurer; Phillip Douglas, chaplain; Dr. Theodore Christopher, par.
advance studies under Walter'! liamentarbui and R. Harvey, publicity..
ATTENTION PARENTS Roberts at Indiana University. t The Vagabonds' membership roster Includes Jack Daniels, F.
". Theodore Jones E. L. Weems, Dr.
.. During his army career, he Henry Williams George Cash, ,
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'" ei' J. -- gave piano recitals, participatedin L. B. Child, Ulysses Glover, Anthony Klnaon John Graham, William
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r 'J service club shows and the D. Sweet, Dr. J. I. E. Scott_ James Genwright, Frank Jones Dr.
.-. band. He received several musical H. IL SatterwhHe Dr. WiQlam B. Toney, L Emerson Bryan and

Baby Shoes awards as a result of his achieve- Osborne Jenkins of Orlando.
pc ments. *

At present, he is the instructor I Mr. and Mrs. Emmett N. Reed were hosts to the AmbaMadortClub
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. Children Shoes iiCOUt.1 \ of music at the 45th Street Jr., last Thursday evening, entertaining' J in their home at 1112 Pearl

High School and organist of the Street.

s Teenage Shoes BAll \ Central Selections C.M.E.included Church on this pro- The newly decorated* Lincoln* Golf* and *Country Club, which

\ gram will be Beethoven's Appas- t I provides an "at home" atmosphere for club meetings, bridge parties,
sionata, Chopin's Etude op. 10, j I etc., was the !setting for the regular meeting of The Cosamis last
r Colors No. 3 and Roger Williams' Autum Tuesday evening' Mrs. Lnla Courtney was hostess to the group.
Leaves. I Mrs. Courtney delighted her guests with baked lobster, another
i I of the club's seafood specialties
NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS Mrs. Vernal J. McCone was Jubilant over winning number one
DAUGHTER ELKS 186 1 I.
I' award while Mrs. Juanita Randolph expressed equal pleasure on
RED GOOSE SELBY ARCH 'PRESERVERS DRESS upsGEIiZVINETTES PLAN FASHION SHOWjThe !!I receiving the second place prize.
I I II .'I \In. Lot Avery Randall attended her first meeting with the

And Many Other Well Known BrandsTHE : Usher Board Unit of Pride I group after recently being accepted for membership. Members were
I of Maceo Temple No. 186, Daughters overjoyed to see Lois, who maintained membership In the club
ORIGINAL RETAIL PRICEMARKED ON EACH SHOE SHOES THAT WERE $7.95 AND S8.95 Elks of which Mrs. Margaret prior to taking up residence In Daytona Beach recently.Mrs. .
Costello is president will sponsora Mldred Hampton, another new member, is expected to be
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Spring Fashion Revue at the present at the next meeting.
YOU WILL FIND AT
Elks auditorium on Friday evening *
March 14, at 8 oclock. The Modem Jan Concert, held in The Wilder Recreation Center
HI-TOPS $3 99' and *4 99'HOUSESLIPPEBS An array of Charming Jacksonville : last Sunday evening attained the degree of success that many

young ladies will be featured persons had predicted.
SCHOOL SHOES ATOOO as models who will displaythe On hand to congratulate the society on Its first concert were
latest styles for every occasion The W. W. Schells, Mrs. :Alpha Hayes Moore, Miss Severta Boles,
DRESS SHOES and for every hour in the Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart, Mrs. HatU Stewart and many other individuals .

of note.
day.Training of the models Is under Hiss Yvonne Daniels added fashion Interest to the event, along

Spencer Ladd's the supervision of Mrs.. Ethel with a smooth delivery of vocal rrndittnni thatcharmed all who
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_..."j....,, .t._.,, ._. -,''# _.. assisted by Mrs. Barbara Cary. members of the group who played an equal part to the
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,.' ,.. ': OPEN UNTIL; 9 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHTS t:!,.t? : flt.f .po. :- : narrator radio announcer for the show.will serve -as Gonzales Julio 1'Brooks, Ed Haley, Alfred, Walter Oorley Thornton end Teddy Johnny WMhrngtoa.Shaw, Harold Frailer,

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ances have been announced.by Bishop S. 1... Grass Presiding -, ,

; Bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal- District, of ,the ,A.M.E. ,

Church. SAVINGS CLUB OBSERVES and Rev. D. :B. Barnes, pastorof
l The South Florida Conference
FmST'ANNn'EBSABY'
Sweetfield Baptist Church and
Tuesday, ,May 6, St. Paul AJM.E.. ., The first anniversary of the their congregations in Jerusalem
Church; West Palm Beach Fla. FIRST CORINTH '
'C ay / .q CrGi H. H. Social Saving Club WiI1!be Baptist Church; March 9 in the
will
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Conference
Florida
.Tampa, observed March 9 at 3 p.m.i] In Behalf of the state ,rally
be.held'Thursday; May S,.St..Paul
the Ma3donla Baptist Church.
A-M-m Church Tampa.Florida, usts EVENTS ,. '.
located .al' 24th and Franklin I ,
*Thc .FtoridalConference.bec3ielduThurdayr : ___ '.' T, ,,. t Streets.: -' : .
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Mt "':"' --'- : t .;.. /1! ST. THOMAS' BAPTIST ',
Mjepr, .1k ,
t The speaker for. theoccasion
DltOriahcA,1 ) tDlSi triSV 'ottFint Corinthj&urch. HAS "FAMILY MUSICAL"
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Chursful.W1
r+ Wi I'be Rev. D.:J".!Grah m;;.pastorMtiCKrarat
Florida '' > ... ,? nv-US tptiat. ,'will !Sponsor a
'Orlando jFlorida. Cpnfenjncejwinbe' : Spring1 Tea" March 9fta> -. the tmex.. ;4-b .tq ,'v .r. : > l., '1 t ,Q fn IOt/n : .l'"'G' S o, ',# ntn3all 3 i.Gc i. 'ReW .)J ,-C.t'RogerS;;.-isc.the, ,host be preset too.Sunday, March

Tendered, Thursday, fay 15, bulldin I ', 'Ire' program.0'1. will, "be pre- -U11}' fn $ pustbr ;iMritiMary ,'M Jl rd. ,will 9 in the St. Thomas Baptist

\OliverAM.E f1 urclf' prlaidq' rxD&ricts f t hr (t.stJ (' .>. < z att'' a'mistress: (eeremonles.: .... Church1. ; ''at ?:30.pjnv.: I ,, .i
: rr I.' ac.. -c; _tM i'ahd12' win' mleV-'Sun.in : I' .nUrr..lfn" <\:..- ) IS) S. ".ftt+'i.si; : 'Miss Alice1 l Kelly will serve',as

West'Florlda Conference",Tuefc day..Marctf,9-at: 'T3:30 : fln cr 4 "t1)V'1)J: ."... :;: mistress of ceremonies. .I'>,
> ;A.MX h meriof' 'Mrs. Maude''frhite.< J' 1 'MmW "'T3EI3w1TACLOBSER ,
day May 20, JU aul ,. ,the > (5 ,
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--- Florida Conference, will be held Districts 3 will meet March 9 -. fifx- ,:G. Ia1 Boyd:-wolf o'.i)'s "rYe his LITTLE ROCK-CHOIR.I (

?al Die'PalaceAbLEChurch!.May at-3-p.-nv In the annex bulldtag. -; fifth anniversary pastotof < PLA. .FOR RECITAL( i

21 in Havana, Fla. .1- Ch2 will sponsor the 'GospelGnisadErs 1 MidwavtTabemacIe,Baptist Church. 'Choir-2 of> Little .Rock Baptist I IChurfih
:. 'The Northeast Florida:] ConterJ l @| tter service March 10 through. 21.' >' S will render $;recital i ,'S>{n- M

-=-:ence. May 22, EbenezeXfcj; I .recital'-Sunday nlghC Ministers .of the city' ll; be in day at a30; p.m. at Fountain U

:T Church. Live Oak, Fla. Districts 1)-)'and'lO'wll meet In charge of the program each night Chapel AME Church In an 'after
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"- 'East Florida Conference.wUl.be the home_ot Mrs MatUe M.- _Smith a v.x ..f'f .service. Sponsor ot.the affalf is (\

be1c1..lnc thC. Wt t'l Stehena1 A.M.E. 1656 West 36th"Street .at 330: STEWARDESS BOARD Mrs and coworkers M
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Churchj MayBISHOP "W.l ; t.ih .VJ J The Gospel Crusaders will render -
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1- 1... ... ; ardess Board 2 of Simpson Methodist I
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J. } -11 '' .' + In the church auditorium. Invitations !
PRIMITIVE: PAPTISTS w.gr Church will hold Its mass have been extended to all .
4 the home of and
meeting at Mr.
-I: WOMEN'S to attend. Admission Is free, but
:PLAN DAY : Mrs. Samuel Jackson 1216 West 1
!1' f;' p:: ..,......- .T r -,- 12th Street. a silver offering will be taken.
rJ <
.117. :____ ? iQ. These programs are for the
rf J : .
T'h 'wbmett of l it.;Olive Priml- '
benefit of the rally which will
'tivier'Baplist' Church will observe _
( terminate March 23.
] ST. JOHN BAPTIST
tli iF' BnnualMlayr! : Sunday, March L
'8:;"beginning with Sunday Schoolat A meeting was held by the 4
8: ? 9:30 a.m., and continuing :: a t, :.: :tlS women of St. John Baptist Churchto
''throughout make plans for their annual ANTIOCH BAPTIST
the day.
,
h j celebration Board 2 of Antloch
I' '''Guest superintendent will be which will be held Deaconess

'Yti eft .Mrs. Ella .Jones. Mrs* EugeniaM. throughout the day March 16... Baptist Church will sponsor a tea

I r F1'g a : Brown will be the guest reviewer tis Officers and committees were Sunday, March 9 at 3 p.m. In the
home of Deacon and Mrs. Dave
elected.
:
Various teachers from
:i"1.u. i iR id Graham, 732 Pippin Street.
other churches will serve. I
?m fw Mrs. Gladys Carrot organist of
Mrs. Charles will be the
King
MIDWAYS AME
Choir 1 and a member of Sweet-
tl I IdlJt. .nw' : speaker for the morning servicesat R ..e. HAS AFTER SERVICEAn field Baptist Church will be the
11 a.m. Edward Waters Col-
; S after service will be rendered guest speaker.
lege Chorus will be the guest
11'0! L. by the Rev. L. Holmes, Other talent will appear on pro
group BTU will be conducted at
u ;i:1 ',
pastor of Midway AME Church gram.
fF'' It. 6 pan. DarnellJCookman School
Band will band concertfor
ei&I"; I present a
the afternoon.
GREEN The Stanto-Musi.Cho of New
Dickson Tire
Stanton Hgh School, under the Company

direction of Mrs. Annette Espy

will be presented in a musical x
MEN'S DAY SET recital at 7 p.m. PRESENTS THE

AT MT. CARMEL


: F: FrigidaireCooking
Mt. Carmel Baptist Church is EMANUEL BAPTIST

making plans for its annual Men's CHURCH SPONSORS S 55 ,

Day Program, which will be held
ANNUAL TEAThe
throughout the day :March 16.
ClinicMARCH
Mr. James Pinkey is chairman,

Mr. Robert Tindall, cochairman members of District 6 of ATTEND CLUB MEETING Members of the FG and C Savings Club who attended

and Mn. Lovelace Howard will Emanuel Baptist Church, will the recent meeting of the club are seen in the photos above. In the top 17 18 19 '
serve as secretary. sponsor their annual tea Sunday -

Services will begin with Sunday from 3 to j5 p. m., in the dining photo, from left are: Mrs. Moielia Adams Mrs. Marie Black and Mrs. Josephine Adams. .

School at 9:30 a. m., with David room of the church. A program The second photo shows Mrs. Emma Wilkerson, Mrs. Marie Singleton Mrs. Christine :- : :

'Washington as Superintendent in has been arranged for the occa Benson Mrs. Alice Beneldn Mrs. Beatrice Copeland and Mrs. Laura Frazier. Seen at -featuring-

charge. Devotional Services will alon.District bottom are: Earnest Garvins Mrs. Mable G. Dean. Mrs. Rosa M. Wells. James Butler
be conducted by the deacons at 12 will meet Sunday at and Melvin C. Copeland. Mrs.: Gwen O'Connell, ; '

11:00 a. m. Rev. C. C. Daniels 3 p. m., In the home of Mrs. Re- Frigidaire Home Economist
wll deliver the sermon. tha Burney, 912 DeWitt 'Street, 9

Mrs. Bertha Atkinson will be District 5 will meet Sunday at DAY SPRING CHOIR ANNUAL JOINT TEA demonstrating the ,-

In charge of the B.T.U. at 6:00 3 p. m. in the home of Mr. and HAS MUSICAL TEA MUSIC EVENT SET FOR MARCH 16 latest in home appliances J S Se

.. services will begin Mrs James Brawn 2153 Lewis
m. Evening
p. -
-(
and money-saving ,
at 7:00 o'clock. The Street. District 9 will meet at
pastor
Choir 1 of Day Spring Baptist An annual tea will be < _
SET
SUNDAYDistrict joint
will deliver the sermon. The Jun- 3 p. m. in the home of Mrs. A. recipes. Learn how to save ton

ior choir, under the supervision Johnson, 122 May Street. District Church will sponsor a musical tea presented by the Junior Women'sand meals. ,

of Mrs. Prlscllla G. Smith and 4 at 3 p. m. In the basement of Sunday, March 9 from 4 to 6 Senior Women's Missionary

the junior usher board, under the the church. P. M. In the home of Mrs. N. R. 2 of St. Matthew Bap- Societies of the First Baptist :-

'j' supervision of Mrs. Beatricet. Lowe 1247 Grothe Street. 1st Church will present a "Music Church in the church's educational s F ,'2 t
Herndon, will serve throughoutthe Extravaganza"' afternoon HOUSEWIVES 8 4
: .Sunday ,
A program will b e presentedwith building March 16 from 4 ,
.0_, day.HONOR. PAYNE CHAPEL AME March 9 at 3:30 in the main
p.m.
I local artist appearing. Mrs. to 6 p. m. Mrs. Mary Newby and

PLANS MEN'S DAYThe N. M. Lowe, captain of the group auditoruim of St. Matthew Bap-- Mrs. Annie L. Patterson, presidents DON'T MISS

AFFAIR FOR will give the closing remarks followed tist Church located at 28th and of these societies, respec.tively .
Men's Day initial projectof the
by presentations. Moncrief Road. L
REV. M.CH: COOPERThe the Payne Chapel AME Church Ernest D. Jackson, attorney, this affald.are planning a program for THIS SHOW! _
will close Sunday :March 9.
will be MRS. GWEN O'CONNELL
Chosen the principal speaker for The mission drive and ordination
as general chairman .
board and
members, faculty ST. MARK CHURCH the occasion. Fricidalre Home Economist
student body of Cooper's Academy Mr. Robert R. Mainor, cochairmen services for the men of the
are sponsoring a programIn }.[r. Julius Polite and A. CONTEST CLOSESThe Choir No. 2 of First Corinth church who have been set asideto Clubs -:! Church Groups "HqrneEC"' Classes
Bruce Baptist Church, McCall Gospel
honor of Rev. M.C.H.Cooper's become deacons will be held Are All Invited
birthday, Monday March 10th at A larger Payne Chapel will be baby contest in progress atSt. Singers Mrs. Mattie Smith and ./
KIng because of the Mrs. Annie Arther will appear on March 9.COFFEE.
12 o'clock noon. pastor, large Mark Baptist Church, Rev.
Rev. Cooper is a product of I instituted according'to Rev. R. A. T. Neal, pastor will terminate program. Miss Bennie Treeter of

South Carolina State College and Sunday School attendance. Sunday March 9 at 3 pjn. in the Florida Normal College will be

Temple University. He Is also the Plans are being made to builda church auditorium.The the guest soloist. HOUR EVENTTO FREE PRIZE !

founder and president of Cooper's youth center and! new edifice. contestants are Connie The general public is Invitedto BE HELD SUNDAYAn FRIGIDAIRE 1958 REFRIGERATOR

Academy. The funds from the Men's Day and Sheron Ann Harold. A program attend the affair. Mrs. L. M. MODEL NO. S-80

The Reverend, who is witnessIng observance will be used in behalfof will be presented with ta- Anderson, secretary, Mrs. Ethel

his fifty-eighth birthday, is this effort.CHURCHES. -.... lents of the city appearing. Mrs. Wright president Deacon F. L. annual Coffee Hour will be '

anticipating building a)larger and Cussie Cato and :Mrs. Katie John. Kirkland leader and Rev. R. L sponsored by Usher Board 2 of ELKS AUDITORIUM

better Institution at 5722 Avenue son are the sponsors. Smith, pastor.ANNUAL. Day Spring Baptist Church March
B. OF GOD 712 WEST DUVAL
9 in the recreation center located

ANNUAL ASSEMBLY at 3rd and Mt Herman Streets. Doors Open 6 p.m. March 17, 18 & 19Sponsored -

CONVENES SPRING TEA The Charles King will be
AME WIVES ALLIANCE MAY 11 MT. TABOR GROUP I. Rev.
the speaker for the annual :
guest
SET FOR MARCH 16 .
SLATED TO PRESENT : *f*- :"
ANNOUNCE MEETINGThe Coffee Hour.
The annual
assembly of the
Cburcea MUSICAL RECITALA Some of the artists to appear I'
of God will convene in
District 2 of Mt. Vernon Bap-
BY-
AME Wives Alliance will the Church of God Auditorium oa on program are. Dr. Buford Kdd,

meet March 12 at 5 pjn., in the May 11 through 18. Elder PeterC. recital will be presented by tist Church will sponsor their Annual Miss :Meltonla Cobb Johnnie I

home of Mrs,;; B. J... Williams on Hickson is the host pastor, Choir 2 of :Mt. Tabor Spring Tea on Sunday Thomas, Olan Pearce Miss Mar- I I
"'" Baptist Marqh, 16, from 4:00) to 6:00 p. coin ,Jenkins and others. I R
va:: DICKSON
Franklin street. The meeting was The annual assembly drive of Church :March 17 featuring Mrs. TIRE CO
the home of Mr. and Mrs. oWe '
An invitation to all boards
changed because of the acheduled the annual 'II
assembly drive of the Edith Wilcox in the church audi: '
Hudson. 1156 West 21st Street.
clubs and auxiliaries are invitedto
district meetings of the East women, auxiliary of the local torium. I
.:,'L' ." West and North Jacksonville Districts church will begin Monday and The choir Some 0 f the city's leading come out and witness this THE HOME OF FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES

according to Mrs. Myra D.. will continue through Sunday will give a banquet Went will appear on program.O. event by the chairman of the pro
following the recital In the 1027 Edison at College In Bivwtlde
dining F. Mrs Pearl Collings.
King, president. night Hudson, Deacon and Rev. gram committee, -
room of the
"1 .i .. church. .G.:.T. McCall, pastor .. .. t .
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The first '_>. sal, ,,,p> t1J .
//i.
of "STARS tiP* 8..vdetyow % s, ? rr. :

will be held at Newt,Stanton .
Senior High School & 'pm! a t -
$ ia tr 4 zL41e
the school auditorium1.'March- lOl: n : k

Featured on the show will _be ? t4 .

some of the local. high; school t, F r ii: :

outstanding singing, dancing, and *4 '
aramatc groups r Miss )Lovenia 1 'E. : jKam -

Solomon, charman of the .faculty : -

committee ia ,in charge' of this 4 # ( ,a r

affair. ,

t' ,Some of, the latest hits will be : t? t. it : ; 1'o -

,sung:, by The Pearls, The Tears
"
The Fabiliers, Five Knights; R -l. .
Velons; 'Teen Tonettes, and r1It t\
tJ
Step"''Sisters. I
I
'The.. Nlxon's I Dancers;. Gloria .
.Glover, and Miriam Sarjeant will b.I A tip of the Pepsi Cop
I to these outstanding
produce ,land demonstrate, unusual t I, ...' young Americans who
and modern dancing routines make our country and
featured in,the ; 'I b our community a better
tapping sequence J : 'M1 .
iwill te, .Collette Simpson, Flora I 1 A41 S '4 .n ta' yt.4S place In which to live.

herring; Beverly Anderson Gail ..
WaldeaanndrMarie'Brtnkley' < f" : ,- % : ...&. .&. .... .I. .L ..... ..... ......
..Deb- ',t'c.'J ':. ,I,' ; w 'w III l. a. JIll' JIr Jill" w II
orah Jenkins r 3t M Y.r
will be 4
featured
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in ci call : -
ve danreToutmr'Yerdell :--' ,
::J 1';' '.f.OL. j; y4 ;vir
yTTy
pJr -
BaUey md .Walden .
r t.i i L-:
keg win Ki *v.e"" aillt e < w' 6 a, V" h45.. < Y TyTy

piano. Ro l1 /d,,AI under and i 4. a TyTy
Stantonett (IVIIW YjJt.JC'i .
| furnish ttie TyTy ittt
backgro \ iC for Je
TyyT
occasion] IOnnlng T

The b stars will' 'i,. : kt" yTTy

be awarded a prize. Miss Norma >
Littlejohn Mrs. tJr7 ; WIy j
J. D. '
Wyatt, Mrs ,'. ',',>:J l'
M. J. Hampton and Mrs Alma ; ', v ::

C. Daniels will be in charge -of '! (:;';: ..1rl' -

this event.FASHION. : )' : -"- -'.. ,>.. -:l'c

LARRY PAULINENew C
"
Stanton Senior High
SHOWIS
Larry is a member of the 'J*

POSTPONEDThe 12th grade class. lIe Is a iC

vice president of the Stanto -fa

fashion show that was ENJOYING MATINEE The photo -younsters pause between selections. of male and female chaperons. Musi-Cho Sports Editor ofthe J(

scheduled for March 14, to be scenes above show Jacksonville youngsters Eliza Rushing. Reatha Rushing Mattie Levon Photo No. 5, Joan Johnson George Dangler Year Book. Captain oftc
the Basketball
given at team and a
the
712'W. Duval Street Elks by Auditorium the Usher enjoying the Sunday Matinee show at the George Davis George Levon and Ernest Law. Gloria Wails Helen James. Billy Brown member of the National 7,;

Board of Pride of Macee Palms of Jacksonville auditorium which is ((3)) Another group pauses between dances: and Jean McRae registered their agreementthat Honor Society. T
TempleNo. recreational facilities for local Ida Mae Sampson Clamentine Sumpler. June the shows "Are
it
providing as one youngster put
186
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postponed indefinitely. younsters as well as an opportunity for themto Benjamin, Annie Maude Williams Bernell one of the best things that ever came to

: witness the top notch vocal and instru- Sumpter Barbara Cummings Betty Cum- Jacksonville for us youngsters". ((6)) A pair of "

Announcements will be made mental stars of the screen and stage. mings and Louis Benett. ((4)) Teenagers danc- dancers in the person of: Ruth Ella Newman

later concerning future arrange. Photo No. 1 shows a group of youngsters ing and watching the show all of which is Jerome Ray Bettye J. Harper and Roosevelt

ments and date. enraptured by the performance. ((2)) A groupRUMMAGE done in orderly fashion under the supervision White.LOUISIANA t Va



INTEGRATIONSEEN WANTS UNCF CHOIRRADIOSLATE

BROWN-DUPAS BOUTNEW


: SLOWED ORLEANS-The Louisiana

I SALE! State Athletic Commission

ha demanded that the National

OVER SOUTHCHICAGOIntegration _. Boxing Association recognize the The :March schedule for the ___
no
proposed bout between lightweight weekly choir programs presentedby r
champion Joe Brown and LOUISE JEANETTE BATES
the American Broadcasting
Ralph Dupas as a title match. New Stanton Senior High
1 ROCKING CHAIR 3 Piece MapleBEDROOM of Ne- Network, n cooperation with the
$1.95
Brown has been ordered to Tribute in paid to Louis of

SUITE $49.50 groes into Southern schools slowed meet Kenny Lane of Muskegon United Negro College Fund, was the 11th grade class. She is

1 HI CHAIR . $2.98 down greatly last year educa- Michigan. In the champion's next announced today by W. J. Trent, an honor student, secretary
i'
tors attending the conference of tale defense by the NBA. He will Jr., executive director of the of the Glee Club, vice presL

Philco Apt.'SizeELECTRIC the Association of Higher Educa- either meet Lane or his title will Fund. 4' dent of her French Clam and

UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS $3.95 RANGE $49.95 tion here were told Monday.Don be declared vacant the NBA said. The choir of Morris Brown College i' a. member of the Student

Shoemaker executive director Lou Viscusi, Brown's manager Atlanta, Georgia will be 4' Council.

2 Piece Philco Fully Guaranteed of the Southern Education said he wants his fighter to meet heard March 2. un- er the direction -klr. *_ *r *. _*******

LIVING ROOM SUITE $7.95Z Reporting Service, Nashville, Dupas, third ranking lightweight I of G. Johnson Hubert.

9 ft REFRIGERATOR, $159.95 Tenn., said the desegregation pro- contender. Col. 4 :?
The choral of Paine ;
Piece cess apparently was slowed because The NBA has been firm in its group _
lege, Augusta, Georgia will broadcast
SOFA BED SUITE ... T $12.95 6 ft. Norge of federal troops being demands that Brown first meet March 9, directed by Mrs. FS
used in Little Rock, Ark. Lane, the second ranking conten- .
1 Odd REFRIGERATOR . $49.50 der. Ruby Robinson Jenkins. <
j '"Those who write the laws in
The Concert Choir of Xavier k0u
VANITY . . $3.95 most Southern states apparentlyare
University New Orleans La. will Kw
: 2 Large PhilcoELECTRIC resolved to create as
2-Five PieceDINETIES many HUSBAND AND WIFE be heard March 16, under the

RANGES $129.50Full legal roadblocks to integration as baton of James Yestadt.
. ca. $19.50 the courts will allow," Shoemakersaid. TEAM SEEKS CURE
The Glee Club of. Morehouse I

3 Piece wiih Foam Rubber Cushions SizeMATTRESSES FOR LUKEMIA College. Atlana Georgia will be

CURVED SECTIONAL $49.95 Few Desegregated heard March 23, under he direc- I
$4.95 to $12.50 Shoemaker said only 30 school GREENSBORO, N. C.-A research tion of Wendell Whalum.
districts were desegregated since project which could have
4 Piece
The choir of Fsk University of DON AMECIIE JOHNSOXNew *
the beginning of the 1957-58 school possible application in the treat-
POSTER BEDROOM SUITE $69.50 TABLE LAMPS Nashville, Tennessee will broad Stanton Senior High *
$1.00
. year. In the first two years after ment of Lukemia, is underwayat
cast on March 30. Cola Dealers and
: Pepsi Pepsi *
the Supreme Court decision to enforce A. and T. College.A .
The weekly'choral series feat Cola Bottling Company are
integration there were 450 husband and Wife team of *
the choirs of the member proud to salute Don Ameche
NEW districts desegregated; In the Dr. George C. Royal, Jr., professor uring *
ITEMS BARGAIN PRICES I third year, 280. of bacteriology and Dr. colleges of the United Negro College Johnson of the Uth grade *

Fund, originates in New class. He Is a member of the
"In recent months," Shoemaker' Gladys Royal professor of chemistry
York over the American Broad- Glee Club, Annual Staff,
said "Southern Negroes have begun started on the project re- $
.. casting Network, Sundays, 10:35 president of the Latin ClaM
A first of $6,9
to put the accent on voting cently. year grant
until 11:00 A. M. (WADC-N.Y., and an honor student *-
., ,'. STEP TABLES s $1.79 and voting rights, perhaps In' 00.00 has been made available by
awareness that they have become the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission 12:35 until 1:00 P.M.) * *

Portable the balance of power in some in partial support of the *
states. research entitled, "Biochemicaland FIELD MAN NAMED
WASHING MACHINE $29.95
*
of from Pep
Immnological Comparisons Congratulations
is measuredby
"As public opinion FOR COLLEGE FUNDNEW
Animals Protected from Radiation Cola to these three Meat
Regular Value $19.95 newspaper editorials, it couldbe W Awarad winners1It
Bone Marrow Treat-

9x12 FELT RUGS only $12.50 .. shown of major that circulation of the 30, hard daily ments"by'. YORK Feb. 14-Law Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

papers Mrs.: Royal, who holds the Ph.D. rence R. Perkins, Jr.., has been salutation on Pepsi Cola
handful "not hostile' to *
ly a are rEEN.TDI&WB. 1400
A WAGON LOAD OF desegregation," he said. degree in Biochemistry from appointed a field representative on your dial Saturday

Ohio State University joined the for the United Negro College 10:45 to 11:45. A.M.
Vast Sums
GOLD SEAL LINOLEUM SpentA A and T Faculty In 1953. The Fund, it was announced here to- *
contrast in the segregation husband holder of a Ph. D. degree -
picture. Shoemaker noted is "the in Immunology from University day by William J. Trent, Jr.. .
'h
off
staggering amount for new school of Pennsylvania, came Fund executive director. "Mr .

construction." South Carolina has here first in 1952. The couple has Perkins will work with labor un-

spent $178,000,000 since 1951 on two children, George m, 9 and ions, fraternal and other national *
schools, with most of the money
Geraldine Gynnette 1. *
organizations to stimulate wider
used In the early part of the pro..:
interest in the College Fund and *
for Negro schools.
gram
Furniture Company Shoemaker's report said muchof DAY SPRING TO HOLD broaden the base of its support,"

DAVIS the money being spent in the AFTER SERVICE RECITALAn Mr. Trent said.

South was in an effort to equalize after service recital will be An alumnus of two UN C po
135
Broad St. .:- Phone EL 3-5791 facilities while them
keeping sepa-
held in the Day Spring Baptist member institutions Mr. Per.

rate.Because Church March 23 at 8:15 o'clock. kins attended St. Augustine's College Pepsi OohDealers
of the large building lit Ararat Quintet will be featured -
ofJae
in, Raleigh. N. C. and re.cslvtd .
UNTIL 9 program the'report noted some in the recital. The program smvl9.itiirYCU4i5.tin .
FRIDAY
OPEN MGHTSof his A.B. Degree from Lincoln
Negro schools are more modern will be sponsored by Mrs. Lucy E
and better equipped than those Hightower In behalf of the Florida University, in Lincoln! University -
.
for whit children. Group of Cnotr 1. ; Pa.
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I _HEWS OF INTEREST FROM ALL SECTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL FLORIDASPEAKERS : I I






FOR BACCALAURATE NAMED LIFE PREDICTS I UNITED COLLEGE FUND GOALIS



EXERCISES AT FAMUThe I FIRST ALL.TAN ft ea zq' _' : $2,250,000 FOR 1958NEW


speakers for Florida A and
f .
University. closing exercises ry 1 ,4y
have been announced by the t AMERICAN TEAM I YORK, February 21-A $2,250.000() goal has been set

President Mr George W. Gore. for the 1958 United Negro College Fund Campaign it was an.

Dr. Gardner Taylor pastor of I I k nounced here last week by Stanley C. Hope national campaign chair
NEW YORK The possibilityof
Concord Church of Brooklyn -
Baptist man. Mr. Hope is president of Ease Sandard Oil Company
-
New York, will be the speaker the first all-Negro Ail-Ameri I
I 1s I The support raised provides approximately ,
for baccalaureate services 0 can basketball: team is suggested II I
M I 10 per cent of the Lincoln Pa. All other member
which will held June 1 2.30p.
be at I
I by life Magazine this week. According 1 1I operating coats of the UNCF colleges .
m. I colleges of the Fund are in the
to an article in the March 1i I It is used by the schools
Dr. Charles Wesley President i South. They include such famous
10 issue there are five Negro principally to provide scholarships ..
of Central State College Xenia.
II Contributions are also used names as Tuskegee and Hampton
Ohio will deliver the commencement college players "whose talentsarc
I 11 to purchase laboratory equipmentand Institute Fisk and AiJanta Unieraities. -
address which is scheduledfor too great and too conspicuous library books to underwrite >' More than 24,000 students -
June 2 at 9:00 ajn.PHARMACEUTICAL ,, I
tor be by-passed. student health programs and to are enrolled in the 33 colleges -

1 In choosing this year's teams bring faculty salaries more nearlyin .

Life says "the selectors auto- line with those of comparable Since it was organized in 1944
STUDENTS institutions. by the colleges themselves the
matically start out with Oscar
All UNCF member schools are United Negro College Fund his
MAKE TOUR OF ELI LILLY CO. Robertson" of the University of
privately supported four-year accredited raised more thin -35.000.000
Cincinnati. "Most coaches the
say
INDIANAPOLIS h e Junior colleges and universities.
19-year-old sophomore is worth
and senior classes of the school of The oldest school. Lincoln University I
two or three ordinary player -
pharmacy of Florida A and M was established in 1854, in : WHENEVER YOU
it takes that many to guard him I
University was the. guest of the
I and even then he. gets loose to NEED
Eli Lilly and Company while on -I II
score" SAULDSBERRY WINS
an educational tour here recently.The .
future pharmacists inspected Oscar Robertson is called "not I BASKETBALL AWARD :

the company's research laboratories the only sure-fire choice for All- i (tfJ
I American honors. On the basis of
pharmaceutical production .. NEW YORK-WOODY Saolda-
performance over the past seasonit
departments, marketing and pro- of the Harlem
is possible and many coaches The persons shown here are the officers of the Minister's and Layman's Association of the berry formerly .
ducton services division and the Clobetrotters was named the outstanding REPAIR SERVICE
think it very probable that this A.M. Zion Church who will have charge of the affairs for 1958. At a recent meeting the As.
biological laboratories. rookie in the National Radio ft Small Appliance
year will se a unique AlKAmeri- lItOCiation. began a program which promises to expand the work of he church, in many fields. Seat I
Basketball Association for the Call The .enice Number
ca Every person on it would bea ed left to right; Dr. E. Franklyn Jackson, Washln;jtca, D. C., president; Mrs. Sallie V. Moreland

Kill HAIR PROM Negro" Rock Hill, S. C., recording secretary and Dr. G. W. McMurray, Birmingham, Alabama,, executive 1957-58 season by the Metropolitan -i EL 6-G504

GOING BACK The other players 83. shownin secretary. Standing left to right: Dr. S. P. Perry Richmond Virginia, vice president; Dr. E. S. Basketball Writers Association -0-
$3.50 Service Charge
-MAM oooa MOC*nu>M tai..aAM.,. action in Life: Hardge Birmingham, Alabama vice president and Rev. Arthanlel Harris Tuscaloosa Alabama, I
$a.os1W.L the Philadelphia Financing Arranged
?MO1LIo AmCT Sauldsberry
e umtoft ram fAwMIO.IL Ma Bob Boozer Kansas State. Play. member of executive committee.
ua ourtcu**..p/0 TOO tip Warriors 6-8, 220-pound star is a For Large Jobs
maker of the numberone
ftMM 10 MTMAIAV ton"IWt CUM country's
-- of Texas Southern University -0-
PIwLA au w010ITsirs graduate I
aA&a NU......aR toea KAftICIAII eii team. CORNERSTONE RITES
Elgin Baylor, Seattle University $2,800 IN BACK PAY AWAITS He will receive the Hy TV SERVICE
Turkin award at the 25th anniver-
currently locked in a battle WILL BE HELD BY I ENGINEERS
i. dinner of the Writers Association

sary
with Robertson for national scoring 1856 Evergreen Ave
NORTH JAX LODGENorth March 16
Pt honors. QUINCY TOBACCO WORKERSFIFTYTHREE

Wilt Chamberlain Kansas University -

All-American last year. Jacksonvlle Lodge No.

LET US BUILD Life calls him "even more effec- SOUGHT FOR PAYOFF! 387 Most Worshipful Grand Lodge WILSON & SON
tive this wth weaker
YOU A BEAUTIFUL season a of Florida F. and AiL. P. H. A

2 or 3 BEDROOM team." QUINCY, FLORIDA-Hundreds of, dollars in b a c k George Walker Worshipful Master Quality Shoe Service
"
CONCRETE BLOCKHOUSE : Guy Rodgers Temple Unlversity wages due tobacco workers who formerly lived here are go- upon invtatian of the Pastor, Offi-
The .
only scorer in the group
can't be found. cers and Members of West Friend :
whose speed, and ing unpaid because the ex-employees .
We will tab a lot or your agility ingenious The American Sumatra Tobacco ship Baptist Church, Rev. R. L. DYEING AND REFINISHING
ball-handling make for !
house in irada. up slack 0> Wilson, Pastor will lay the corner ORTHOPEDIC WORK
to make up t
Company trying
of height. He's only six feet.
LET U 8 COMPLETE YOUR minimum-wage underpayments to Lillie Wade Annette Williams stone and have full charge of the INVISIBLE SOLES

DOME THAT TOU'HAVE AT- it pieceworkers of the 1954 sea. Hazel Wilson Bertha Mae Wilson. service on Sunday March 16, 1958
":"
BEADY STARTED CAB son has computed $31,242 in back Annie Bell Janie Brown at 3 pnuRev .

WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR pay under the supervision of the Rosa Lee Brown Lillie Bryant Dallas J. Graham. Pastor 2935 Myrtle.Avenue Telephone: ELgin. 4.7025

LOT. -:- EASY TERMS U S. Labor Department. These Johnnie Cox Rosa Davis of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.LilLY'S -

TOOTHACHE employees worked in No. 8 Warehouse Lizzie Mae Ellis Mary Gee will deliver the sermon. A. Flem-

i FLA. SUN-SASH and No. Warehouse. Willie Mae Hill Elnora James ing, Deputy Grand Master. Most
-- ------- -- -----
Quincy, Florida.Much Georgia Johnson Amy Lee Love Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of

CONST. CO. of the money has already Mary McSwain Mary Rittman Fla., F. and A. }t.. P.H.A. C. H.

COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS ; :! r> *V: been paid, but 'more than $2800 Annie Mae Murphy Alice Pickens Henry 33 degre Grand Master has DRUG STORE

; ., i I Rittman Mildred Robinson called of Masonic
V ** : is still due former workers who Winifred departments the
I Luerassia Warren Annie Shaw Family to assemble at West 1907 Kings Road at Spires
7 W. 21st St.-Just off Main ORA4ELYou have moved away from Quincy.
Clara Wood Friendship Baptist Church, 945
record of
EL 5-9777 EL 6-8119 And there is no local I
their whereabouts Carne Street at 2 pm., Sunday r'-
present
I If your name Is on the list ST. PATRICK'S DAY March 16 and join with North $I Where Experienced 11

Jacksonville No. 387 in Pharmacists Prepare
Lodge
below, you stand to receive back .
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get pay. Amounts range from $3. 0 TEA PLANNED BYMATRON'S Cornerstone Laying Service. L. M. Your Prescription According

to $272.37 for the missing work COUNCILThe Argrett Reporter. {{t M to your doctor'sinstructions
[
*H, r Using -
J

LOW PRICESOn ers.What to do if your name is! POLITICS AS USUAL. ."".",.,. only the best quality k
Church .
Day Spring Baptist drugs.
listed: Send name, social securiy: .
Council will its (Continued from Page Two)
number and nature of your workin Matrons present

Your 1954, to Back Pay Clerk' Wage annual St. Patrick's Day tea Currently as director of the Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W, I. Graham

and Hour Division 1401 South March 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. in Howard Medical Clinic on Chi -:- -:- -:-
20th Street Birmingham 5, Ala cago's Southside and medical director .
at
located
DRUG STORE NEEDS the YWCA building
bama. of Fuller Products Com A COMPLETE LINE OF:
518 West 8th Street. .
The ex.employees who have not pany, Dr. Howard carries on his Cosmetics -:. Rubber Goods .:- Candies -:. Sundries
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store been located are: The guest..speaker will be Mrs. practice. As a member of the

Louise Akins Alice Bradley H. ,U Mills. Guest soloist, Mrs.Georgia militant Christian Protective Association PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED
WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN .
Fannie Bradley Annie Bradwell NAACP
Benjamin. a member of the

YOUR LOCAL ?APERSWOOD'S Tency Mae Bowers Dora Burr Th'e'program will feature: Deacon" and almost every significant -- -- -
Annie Mae Cannon Louise Clayton church and civic organization de-

Marguaret Clem Rosa Lee Frazier Willie Wright, Miss Clarice dicated to the cause of Negro

BIDE PHARMACY : Jessie Hall Martha Hicks Colson. Mrs. Tommie Hakeins freedom he has already established -

Annie Doris Holt Trudie Howard anq
Johnnie Hughes Lula Jackson Mrs. Alice Johnson will intro a force that must be reckoned

1302 KINGS ROAD at; MYRTLE AVENUE Virmie Lee James Mary Mims duce the visitors and make the with wherever Negro rights are

PHONES EL S-5597-88 Andean Moore Rosa Lee Morris presentations.An concerned or challenged. gip..

Dorothy Scott Gladys Richardson invitation has been extended "I have entered the race for
We Deliver We Also Fin An Doctors Prescriptions call boards
to auxilanes, clubs and
Josephine Nelson. Juanita Ray Congress" states T. R. M. How. N

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE- Mattie Richardson Louise Siler to come out and witness .this and, "because I am convinced

Della Mae Smith Betty Taylor affair. II I that he Negro people need a roW.I .

PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE I ant voice in he nation's legislative -

capiaL This voice must ,speak

I r Head NAACP 1958 Fund Drive I out with force by committments and conviction and unhampered -


promises to special-interest

I groups." The fighting physican

explains his switch from the De-

mocratic Party after more than s Ml

23 years, by stating "A vote for

/ x any Democratic candidate any.
f
imi .
tirnitiijsSAVI where for any office is simply a

on i.vsi \ ,S I J' vote for my former neIghbor
3 :1 Senator James Eastland of Miss-

issippi.As .
Our liberal
very In
candidate for
Congress
Each account; is
earnings are com. the Republican primaries which
CURRENT RATE insured up to
pounded SemiAnnually will take 8th How.
place on April ,
$10.000 the ;
by _
on Sav. 10 a ard feels confident 0 f victory
in this Association 2,0 Federal Savings
Ing
which will match him
ultimately
3 .
which I and Loan, Insurance I
s the Democratic
chartered Corporation against encum- 1400 WRHC 1400
and supervised bent, William A. Dawson who
by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by aa .
controls the nation's most
-
powerful
act of Congress.I r -FEATURES
U. S. GHvermnent.
political machine. "We will ;

win in April." states Howard.". KEN KNIGHT t it

and we will win in November, because -

Duke Ellington Mrt. Bdafota i I believe that the Negro PRESENTING- .
III 1.11V FHI H VI voters in the first Congressional KNIGHT TRAIN 'J.B.e
Duke Ellington,Internationally famous composer-bandleader .....
District are ready to join in the P.M. 12-1 NIGHTLY ..
and the glamourous Margunte Belafonte home economist "
and newspaperwoman, will head the 1958 NAACP Freedom nation-wide upsurge for freedom SWEET CHARIOT

Fund drive Roy Wilkins NAACP executive secretary announced -. and full equality. They now demand 9"30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY

this week. The drive headed last year by Jackie militant, uncompromising BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

Robinson, again seeks $1000.000 for the Assodatioa't civil leadership and win use their vot. in:30 12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY

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I NEWS OF INTEREST FROM ALL SECTIONS OF BEAUTIFUL : I I





SPEAKERS NAMED LIFE PREDICTS UNITED COLLEGE

FOR BACCALAURATE j d
,w t V

EXERCISES AT FAMU FIRST ALL-TAN i y IS $2,250,000 FOR

_
The speakers for Florida A and :
exercises 1 'dy z i _______ _____
H University closing
.
I AMERICAN TEAMNEW
have been announced by the f NEW YORK. February 21-A $ ,

President. Mr. George W. Gore I :: for the 1958 United Negro College

Dr. Gardner Taylor, pastor of :' V i nounced here last week by Stanley C. Hope
Concord Baptist Church of Brooklyn YORK The possibility
I man. Mr. Hope is president of Easo .
New York, will be the speaker of the first all-Negro AlUAmeri-1: e
I The support raised provides approximately -
for baccalaureate services
can basketball team is suggested ,
[
which will be held June 1 at 2:30 I |, 10 per cent of the Lincoln:
by life Magazine this week. Ac- ; operating coats of the UNCF col-:
p. m. colleges
President cording to an article in the March' i leges. It is used by the schools
Dr. Charles Wesley. 1-
South. <
of Central State College Xenia 10 issue, there are five Negro'' k J principally to provide scholar- .

Ohio will deliver the commencement college players "whose talents Gil 'r -; ; ships. Contributions are also used names:
,
) b ; Iyo a
;
to
m purchase laboratory equipment
address which is scheduledfor r
arc too great and too conspicuous \ h R
2 9:00 I j and library" books, to underwrite versities.
June at a.m.PHARMACEUTICAL tar be Ii
by-passed. I student health programs and to dents

In choosing this year's teams, x- ,i bring faculty salaries more nearly leges.
I
Life says, "the selectors auto- -V uS I in line with dose of comparable Since
STUDENTS j
matically start out with Oscar za ;I institutions. by the
MAKE TOUR OF ELI LILLY CO. Robertson" of the University of All UNCF member schools are United
privately supported, four-year accredited raised
Cincinnati. "Most.coaches say the
INDIANAPOLIS h e Junior .
and universities.The
colleges
19-year-old sophomore is worth
and senior classes of the school of
oldest school Lincoln Univer-
two three
or ordinary players -
pharmacy of Florida A and M established in 1854 in i
,
sity was
it takes that many to guard him i
University was the. guest of the
and even then he. gets loose to
-I
Eli Lilly and Company while on :
"
score. SAULDSBERRY WINS
an educational tour here recently.
Oscar Robertson is called "not
The future pharmacists inspected : BASKETBALL AWARDNEW
the only sure-fire choice for Ail- \
the company's research laboratories
American honors. On the basis of,
pharmaceutical production ,
YORK-WOODY Sa.lld3-
performance over the past seasonit
departments, marketing and pro.ducton t I
is possible and many coaches The persons shown here are the officers of the Minister's and Layman's Association of theAJVI. berry. formerly of the Harlem
division and
services the
think it very probable that this Zion Church who will have charge of the affairs for 1958. At a recent meeting the Association Globetrotters was named the outstanding -
biological laboratories. year will se a unique All-Ameri began a program which promises: to expand the work of he church. In many fields. Seated rookie in the National I :;

ca: Every person on it would bea left to right; Dr. E. Franklyn Jackson. >> Washin;jton, D. C., president; Mrs Sallie V. Moreland Basketball Association for the
KEEP HAIR PROM Negro." Rock Hill, S. C., recording secretary and Dr. G. W. McMurray, Birmingham Alabama, executive 1957-58 season by the Metropolitan -i I

GOING BACK The other players, as. shown secretary. Standing left to right: Dr. S. P. Perry, Richmond, Virginia., vice president; Dr. E. S. Basketball Writers Association .

HO&A-MAlAOOOI6 MCIt" MOOLi.OI.AATgM.MOT1.0 /. in action in Life: Hardge, Birmingham, Alabama vice president and Rev. Arthanlel Harris Tuscaloosa, Alabama, I $
tfTtCT A I/OM/ O/R
Ana PS a..DI1'11.nntma OIL mm Bob Boozer Kansas State. Play- member of executive committee. Sauldsberry, the Philadelphia
._ *eurrnt AN*MM..VE*.. ,
torn MA Warriors 6-8, 220-pound star is a
10 MTMAU.T*..........IOn.,..AI'.-.H>T..OMAM.WATS ..QIIIo. maker of the country's numberone graduate of Texas Southern Uni ,
e 1II.ICIC8..Ala Tova.IA.Te $IS team.
I' '111 E II'HUJII;: Seattle Univer- AWAITS CORNERSTONE RITES versity. He will receive the Hy
Elgin Baylor, $2,800 IN BACK PAY
sity, currently locked in a battle WILL BE HELD BY Turkin award at the 25th anniver- I
Zflt ;l- with Robertson for national scoring sary dinner of the Writers Association !

P t honors. QUINCY TOBACCO WORKERS NORTH JAX LODGENorth March 16. ,

Wilt Chamberlain, Kansas University -

AllAmerican last year. Jacksonvlle Lodge No.
LET US BUILD Life calls him "even more effec-
FIFTY-THREE SOUGHT FOR PAYOFF! 387 Most Worshipful Grand Lodge WILSON &
tive this season wth a weaker
YOU A BEAUTIFUL of Florida F. and A.M., P. H. A.
2 or 3 BEDROOM team QUINCY, FLORIDA-Hundreds of dollars in b a c k George Walker Worshipful Master Quality Shoe

CONCRETE BLOCKHOUSE : Guy Rodgers, Temple Univer- wages due tobacco workers who formerly lived here are go- upon invtation of the Pastor, Offi-
sity. The only scorer in the group .
can't be found.The cers and Members of West Friend- :-
because the ex-employees
whose speed, agility and ingenious ing unpaid
We will take a lot or your ship Baptist Church Rev. R. .I* DYEING AND SATURDAY'L
Sumatra.Tobacco
ball-handling make up for his American ,
house In trade. Wilson Pastor will the
lay cornerstone -
lack of height. He's only six feet. Company, trying to make up I ORTHOPEDIC
LET US COMPLETE YODB minimum-wage: underpayments to Lillie Wade Annette Williams and have full charge of the INVISIBLE
HOME THAT TOT7'HAVET- Hazel Wilson Bertha Mae Wilson. service on Sunday. March 16, 1958at /
BEADY STARTED CA8B its pieceworkers of the 1954 sea .:-
I .
Janie Brown 3
Annie Bell p-m.
WILL BE PAID FOB son has computed $31,242 in back I
YOUR
pay under the supervision of the Rosa Lee Brown- Lillie Bryant Rev. Dallas J. Graham Pastorof 2935 Myrtle.Avenue -
LOTEASYTERMS : U. S. Labor Pepartment. These Johnnie Cox Rosa Davis Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchwill Kenneth S. Wilson
"TOQTH' employees worked in No. 8 Ware- Lizzie Mae Ellis Mary Gee deliver the sermon. A. Fleming
FLA. SUNSASHCONST. ,,. ,
house and No. Warehouse, Willie Mae Hill Elnora James Deputy Grand Master, Most .
-- -- -------
AtFl E, ,t, Quincy, Florida. Georgia Johnson Amy Lee Love Worshipful Union Grand Lodge of

CO. ," .. Much of the money has already Mary McSwain Mary Rittman Fla., F. and A. M., P.H.A. C, H.
COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS ; l:;0' i' i" been paid, but more than $2800 Annie:Mae Murphy Alice Pickens Henry 33 degre Grand Master has LILLY'S DRUG
:'.
: is still due former workers who Winifred Rittman Mildred Robinson called departments of the Masonic

I 7 W. tint St.-Just off Alain tt9AJE have moved away from Quincy. Luerassia\Var-renArmie Shaw Family to assemble at West 1907 Kings Road at

EL 5-9777 EL 6-8219 And there is no local record of Clara Wood Friendship Baptist Church. 945
their present whereabouts. Carrie Street at 2 pm., Sunday

a If your name is on the list ST. PATRICK'S DAY March 16 and join with North Where E x per I e
below you stand to receive back Jacksonville Lodge No. 387 in I VV S Pharmacists Pre p

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get pay. Amounts range from $3.40to TEA PLANNED BY Cornerstone Laying Service. L. M. I f' Your Prescription

$272.37 for the missing work MATRON'S COUNCIL Argrett, Reporter. I cording to your
4 s instructions .

LOW PRICESOn era.What' to do if your name is POLITICS AS USUAL. .1 p "' only the best qua

listed: Send name, social securiy The Day Spring Baptist Church : drugs. .
number and nature of your workin Matrons Council will present its (Continued from Page Two) I

Your 1954, to Back Pay Clerk' Wage annual St. Patrick's Day tea Currently as director of the Dr. C. E. Black Pharmacist

and Hour Division, 1401 South March 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. in Howard Medical Clinic on Chi.cago's .j -
:- -
: :
20th Street, Birmingham 5, Alabama .
DRUG STORE NEEDS the YWCA building located at Southside. and medical director
of Fuller Products Company A COMPLETE LINE
The who have not 515 West 8th Street.
ex-employees
Dr. Howard carries on his Cosmetics Rubber Goods
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store been located are: The guest. speaker will be Mrs. practice. As a member of the -:- -:-

WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN Louise Akins Alice Bradley H. ,L -Mills. Guest soloist. Mrs. militant Christian Protective As- PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR
Fannie Bradley Annie Bradwell Georgia Benjamin. sociation, a member of the NAACP :
YOUR LOCAL PAPERS Tency Mae Bowers Dora Burr and almost
The program will feature: Dea every significant
Annie Mae Cannon 'Louise Clayton: church and civic organization de-
con'-Willie Wright, Miss Clarice
Marguaret Clem Rosa Lee Frazier dicated to the cause of Negro

WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY Jessie Hall Martha Hicks Colson. Mrs. Tommie Hakelns.an freedom he has already established -
Annie Doris Holt Trudie Howard
Johnnie Hughes Lula Jackson Mrs. Alice Johnson will intro a force that must be reckoned z
1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE!: AVENUE: Virmie Lee James Mary Mims duce the visitors and make the with wherever Negro rights are

PHONES EL W597-93 Aridean Moore Rosa Lee Morris presentations.An concerned or challenged
Dorothy Scott Gladys Richardson invitation has been extended
"I
have
We Deliver We Also FlU An Doctors. entered the race for
Prescriptions Nelson to'all auxilaries, clubs and boards
Josephine Juanita Ray Congress," states T. R. M. How- '

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE Mattie Richardson Louise Siler to come out and witness .this ard, "because I am convinced' SW -
Della Mae Smith Betty Taylor affair. that he Negro people need a mill

BILLS AT OUR STOREOur ant voice in he nation's legisla- .5 -

tive capiaL This voice must speakout

I I Head NAACP 1958 Fund Drive ]I with force by committments and conviction, and unhampered Y


promises to special interest :
s4 I groups." The fighting physican

I explains his switch from the Democratic -

t I Party after more than

25 years, by stating: "A vote for

any Democratic candidate anywhere .

I I for any office is simply a 1 '- n ;fps t
LDT I vote for my former neighbor. VVyl

Senator James Eastland of Miss

.
earnings very are liberal compounded Each account Is k : I IQ Is issippi.As candidate for Congress in

SemiAnnually CURRENT RATE insured up to : the Republican primaries which

on Sav. 1.l fTl $10,000 b y the will take place on April 8th, How.
ings In this Asso. 2,0 Federal Savings ard feels confident 0 f victory

elation which i s 3 and Loan Insurance which will ultimately match him

chartered and supervised Corporation s-: against the Democratic encum- 1400 WRHC

by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by an +ti 3 v14Y'A. bent, William A. Dawson who
3 xa controls the nation's most
U.8..Glvemmeat. act of Congress.riim power- -FEATURESKEN
: ful political machine. "We will
win In April" states Howard." "

_____u,_ _____ _. __ _'___ and we will win in November be- .
Duke Ellington Mr*. BeUfoote cause I believe that the Negro PRESENTING f"
voters in the first Congressional KNIGHT
Duke Ellington, internationally famous composer-bandleader,
S a v i it_i s it i. Xoi;ii; 1>- M-|a i i*4 j and the glamourous Margurite Belafonte home economistand District are ready to join in the 8.9 P.M. 12.1
newspaperwoman will head the 1958 NAACP Freedom nation-wide upsurge for freedom SWEET
Fund drive Roy Wilkins NAACP executive secretary announced and full equality. They now de- 9 30 to 10:50 MONDAY thru

this week. The drive, headed last year by Jackie mand militant, uncompromising BLUES IN THE
Robinson again seeks $1,000,000 for the Association's cIY frights leadership and will use their votIng ''':31.' 12 MONDAY thru
program.
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I Patterson's Contract Would Cost One Million I





when the Marlins were in the ..
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4 thckest of the tight lie came ...#. A ... < .. "
.w ;;. ew. t'J: > '<"
back and apologized. Now witha 1 .>;. t.o" :'" ITO
big future before him to be- ., MANAGER HAS HAD NO DESIRE

come the No. 1 first ba&eman' '"

the Philadelphia Phillies, no one .. .. :
SELL CHAMP'S CONTRACT
knew the where about of the .
big husky Cuban. General Manager -

1 Roy Ilamey of the Phillies

admits they are getting '"mighty 1, einj t' By C. Parham Johnson
fed up" on the fellow. Time was
By C. Parham Johnson far past due for him to report.: 4 ( .nb I

Frank finally checked' in. I I L l\HLWAUKEE-Cus D'Amato, manager of heavyweiht

THE GRAPEVINE is wondering what will happen to THE JACKSONVILLEBRAVES _.a boxing champion Floyd Patterson said recently that he

the nations top ranking basketball performers when All- are well represented in would ask for no less than a cool million dollars should he

American selections are made. Will the racial issue hamperthe Jacksonville Milwaukee. Fans well remember in and around Hank I make up his mind to sell Patterson's contract, but at pres-
cause of Elgin Baylor of Seattle University, Guy Rod-!
gers of Temple University, Oscar Robertson of Cincinnati I (Fence Busting) Aaron, the National : ent nothing of the kind has entered his mind.

University and Wilt (The Stilt) Chamberlain of Kansas League's Most Valuable I D'Amato is currently con

UNniversity? Will the All-American selections be made on Player and the home run cham-I ducting a fistic war with Jim In speaking of his fighter's fu.
I I"Bullet"
pion of both leagues in 1957, Norris and his International Boxing

ability? tire, the manager said, the heavy
Bob Trowbridge, the I Club and Patterson is his
YOUNG BEAU JACK, of Boston -i I i weight title would be worth millions -
I
was given a second lashing legs.: The Pirates with a combination pitcher, Felix Mantilla, the fellow chief bargain weapon. Fight fans in two or three years if payor

recently in a fight with Rory CaU of Kluzewski and Frank who would run out from under 4k everywhere believe the tactics. toll television becomes a re
be hii cap; Wes Covington, of World being used D'Amato isI I
will now by
houn one of the top ten middle- Thomas say that they I ality. _
the 1958 season wit)1) Series Fame; Juan Pizarro, the I making Patterson the most unpopular -
weights. The fight was slated for ready for Critics have been accusing
left hander who pitched himself j
10-rounds but the young fighterwas punch. With two men on the s champion the ring has D'Amato of keeping Pattersonin
into the hearts of baseball
fans; known.It .
tram like Thomas: and Kluzewski,
no match for the seasoned I "drydock" while conducting his
Al Spangler the fleet-footed
the rest of the National League cen- is believed that Patterson's
and hard punching Calhoun. t feud with Norris and the Inter.
terfielder and Arthur Lee Maye
teams can look out! has around national Boxing Club. Many of
MANAGER WALTER ALSTONthe who pit;yed in Jacksonville last manager gone seeking
Los Angeles Dodgers field WILLIE PASTRANO, the cummer. :I soft spots for his fighter and giv. the critics believe the fight with

boss is quite optimistic over the young heavyweight boxer from IP? the dodge to the leading con- Jim Norris is merely a stall to

possibilities of his team despite I New Orleans, Louisiana; journey. TIlE LOS ANGELES DODGER tenders. While fans argue that keep the champion from fightingthe

the fact that there is no chance ed far across the sea to London, front office is living in hopes point, D'Amato makes a flat denial top ranking contenders.

of any help from his iron-man I England to meet a fighter whose these days that a change in IN THE .ARMY- Bill Lucas the Jacksonville boy of the whole matter. He says. While top ranking contenderswait
name is Brian London. Pastranowon will do who made good in the California League last season is ,
catcher, Roy Campanellai. Alston scenery wonders in help Patterson earned $373,000 in two second raters are broughtto
believes his catching departmentis the fight, but boy, what a ing Big Don Newcombe regain now in the army. While playing in California last sea- fights, pne a title bout, last year. the front as opponents. Fight

all set with Rube Walker the narrow escape. Willie is looking his 1956 form when he won 26 I son he was named the best glove man in the league He compared that amount to fens! say Patterson should be able
forward for shot at the crown and at the close of the he named the lea-
a season was
games. The big pitcher was ham. the $300,000 former
No. 1 receiver ready to go with champion to keep the title until he is too
young John Roseboro and some now worn by Floyd Patterson. I pered by injuries during a big gue's "Most Valuable Player". Bill ranked high in bat- Rocky Marciano earned for two old to fight with the kind of opposition
LEROY (Satchel) PAIGE, of ting and his big bat together with his fine
newcomers ready at a moment's part of la&t reason. averages title defenses in one :year. he has bee supplied with.
notice. the Miami Marlins announced recently LEROY (Sachel) PAIGE, the play at short slop makes him a candidate for higher

that he fe the proud father leading pitcher on the Marlin classification when he completes his turn in the Army.

JIMMY FOXX. former American of a newly born 10-pound baby staff last year has sent his signed I He is a member of the Milwaukee Braves system. Billis

League batting power has girl. Paige said his wife, La- contract back and let it be I shown in the picture in one of his familiar poses I Now !

been Higgins hired of the by Boston:Manager Red Pinky Sox homa and daughter Lulu Oweedaare known that he is ready and raring I while he waits for his turn at bat. __ ___ I Open -

in the best! of shape and do to'go.. Paige had a 10-8 record
to coach in the Red Sox form
I
with the Miami Marlins last .
fine.
hig
system. Higgins and Foxx 'were i COLLEGE HEAD MAJOR LEAGUES
former teammates. Just a few THE GRAPEVINE, says Manager -!.season.

months ago Foxx was reportedto Birdie Tebetts of the Cincinnati KID GAVILAN, former welterweight i il PALMS

be broke and practically in. a Lew Redlegs Burdette still of contends World Series that champion announced re- SERVES SCHOOL OPEN TRAININGCAMPS

dtwtiute condition. With that old cently that he definitely would retire ,
that Foxx has, he fame continues to throw the spit
lighting spirit
from the ring after this OF JACKSONVILLEFORMERLY

l will be battling down to the last ball.words It on seems the Burdette that the spitball batle of is year. The decision was reached af. AS HEAD COACH IN 1958With

_" wire. ter he lost split decision to Ralph ( THE 2-SPOT)
all once again.
anew
THE PITTSBURGH PIRATESof popping up (Tiger) Jones in Miami. The bolo -

the Natonal League feel uplifted MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION punch which made the "Keel"famous Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
ORAMBLENG season
the
CARMEN BASILIO has slowed G COLLEGE, LA.- sprng training
over the sgning of Big Ted was ineffective againstthe the little well, under for the major
down on his heavy training for G rambling College way
Kluzeski, former belting first his return bout with Sugar Ray '-r ger." school that is noted for its great league baseball teams, a direc- DANCING loTICgITLYkM.jf
baseman of the Cincinnati Red- football baseball and basketball tory is given in order that the
,
Robinson March 25, in Chicago.The BIG GEORGE CROWE, the
teams holds.the distinction of be- fans may be able to keep up with ,
champ says the return of hard hitting first baseman of the -
school nationally their favorite teams and players.
warm weather takes somethingaway Cincinnati Redlegs who took over ing the only SHIRLEY
_ known that has the top executive Cincinnati-Plant Field. Tampa
Tour from him. As long as the the initial bag when Ted Kluzew-
weather was cool, he was doing ski was out has been reported as I serve as head coach of the base- ; Los Angeles- Holman Sta. .

everything that goes with training the only holdout among the Red- ball team. k 1 LuckyNumbers President R. W. E. Jones is the March 8 club switches to Miami
for a fight. kgs. Last season he was the and LEE
and the Stadium Milwaukee Braves
FRANK J1ERRERA, seems to sparkplug of the team. president of the college ; :
coach of the team. He has provedhis Field, Bradentown; Philadelphia
\ be doing it again. Those of you THE GRAMBLJNG COLLEGE ability in many ways as an Jack Russell Stadium, Clearwater -
is the THE SWEETHEARTSOF
remember" Herrera
who TIGERS came through in grand educator and his teams have ; Pittsburg"Terry Park, Fort
Lucky Days, Lucky Colon first baseman from Miami who i' style to win the mid west tour-" spoken for themselves. Since taking Myers: ; St. Louis Al Lang Field, BLUES

{ BY ASTROLOGY walked off from the team in 1957 nament and conference championship over the coaching duties, his St. Petersburg. The Cubs and t41 AND -

Given Each WeekIn in basketball. They defeated record is 242 victories and 32 de. Giants still train in Arizona. ..

Your 'Veeldy1I0ROSCOPE Tennessee State's Tigers and fea ts. American League: Washington, Roland CookOrcLestra

GUIDE knocked them from their two-I Coach Jones has been able to Tinker Field, Orlando; New York,

/ 92-37-16 year reign. handle both jobs very efficiently. Miller Huggins Field, St. Peters-
Send $2.00 for your Horo
238--44-857 Neither his duties as president or burg; Kansas City-Connie Mack LEE
SHIRLEY &
scope Guide with lucky num- KNOXVILLE COLLEGE BULL.
as coach has detracted from the Field, West Palm Beach; Detroit
bers, lucky days, lucky colors DOGS were the winners in the .
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 Watch This Gown: Southern other. In 1957 his team posteda -Henley Field, Lakeland; Chicago :
Athletic
Intercollegiate
i 22-2 mark.Grambling. -Al Lopez Field, Tampa; Bos -
Conference tourney which was also holds the dis- ton-Payne Park, Sarasota. The
-0- 8 6 played in Tuskegee. The SPECIAL I
.1 Bulldogsput inction of being the first all- Indians and Orioles are in Ari
on a show that was hard to
3 9 Negro school to send a player to zona.
In and Man tot match and their lead could not
the National Football League.
S be overtaken. Knoxville won the Teenage Matinee
3
Tank Younger, of the Los Angeles
ZODIAC tournament in 1966. DODGERS SEEK
i Rams was a Grambling productand

P. 0. Box 7SJacksonville Smooth Sailing Until We Meet I said to be as great as they
27-00-87 SUNDAY 4 TO 7 P. M.
Again come. Since Younger entered the .
1, Pf& 155-25-758
I big time football career, others CAMPANaLA'SRLACEMENT

Name ....................... .8o0eElaoos bvs.p; I I have gone to the professional FO8HVELY NO ADULTS

ADDRESS .................. tloo I Ume..rs'. .;;.ew. II CUBS ROOKIE gue.
,BoCcmlsg....... ..alkeaes.U The unprecedented, history that I ADMISSION . . . SIc
sty State .................. .:w ks.K all ar.aed is being written by Fresident-

Birthday .................... Coach R. W., EL. Jones is one of i -:- -:- -:-
AitraeUosa LABR: TOPSBYFRN the most interesting and fascinating VERO BEACH-The number 1

month day 96-1x-89 stories in the educational problem in Dodgertown is a cat

world. cher to replace Roy CampaneUa Regular Jam SessionSunday
and special attention is being given ;

I to John Roseboro who batted
SHOWING AT STRAND
.291 down in Venezuela.Manager .
i Night From 9 P. M. Until

MESA, .AP.rDJNAA"you Walt Alston said recently -

tan star whose name is Lou .Jackson that there are some minor -:- -:-
has the Chicago Cubs training faults in Roseboro's batting that

camp buzzing with enthusiasm must be ironed out. lie has a COMING NEXT WEEK !

with his showng at the Cubs tendency to uppercut the ball

special rookie training camp. slightly, steps in too soon and

Jackson, like Jackie Robinson ./ holds his bat a little too high." ALHIBBLER
.
Hank Aaron Willie Mays. Gene The general opinion around the

Baker and Ernie Banks ia a graduate f Dodger camp is the only thing

of the Negro American Lea..: keeping the young catcher from T

ban wliiC gue. He has won the attentionand i becoming the number one receiver

l0n praise of Cubs vice presidentJim i is his hitting. Last season. the : .

Holland and Manager Bob .145 average he posted in 35 .
ALSO
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Schef ing. games did not serve as an encouragement -

"He (Jackson) could be another to the management.As .

Mantle." Holland said. "He could a receiver no one has founda RIyc-L1 AZYRIS
..
ew1t be the answer to our centerfleld flaw

problem. He's lightening fast is Big Don Newcombe threw in a

s A!! p >r/ut for wt* a good ball hawk,- has a strongarm boost for Al (Rube) Walker, whois

and right now he looks like Ring Crosby (above) stars ln<. being groomed for the spot.
olumbo
he can hit." his first tremendous MOM (no Newcombe said: "Walker Is a

Last season with Twin Falls ringing), "MAX ON FIB.!.' good smart receiver. He has

Indiana he hit .310 and socked showing all week at the Strand: as much or more experience than

JIDw4wDnzAw1TFrn..A:2_ 15 homers. Twin Falls is in the starting Sunday. March: 9th. Campy. The only thing that has -:-
Pioneer Class C League, but Rolland Co-hit is the brand new western held him down is his hitting and .

pointed ou that the Yankee's thriller, "GUN FEVER," with you" can't hit if you don't play.I VISIT -
Mantle also Jumped from Class C Mark 'Stevens. Program is a hink you're going to see all the

ball to the Yankees. benefit for the traffic patrol' of difference in the world now in Leroy 'Hollers DriveIn Bar:&Que

Bob Scheffing said: "He looks B. L. Brown School Rube when he becomes a regu- '

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p... Eight THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Sa uMaY. March 8. 1958' 1



GET MORE OUT OF REFRIGERATORS POLICE REPORTS MASONS SLATE LILLY %WHITE WESTERN AUTO MAIDSFor 1

1714 Main Street
LIFE .

GO OUT TO A MOVIE! SERVICED REPAIREDCALL AND Fr. LAUDERDALE MAN ORATORICALCONTEST TO SPONSOR TEAA announces Augustus the appointment H. Cox of

MARES CONFESSIONTO NEW YORK AREA

STRAND MIDNITE TONTTE PO. 4-0127 RAPE-SLAYING as sales representative for aU
FORT: LAUDERDALEWilliamAndrew Calendar Tea will be pre- major ApUances $125 $20000PER

FOR ADULTS ONLYM33E& I Jackson 36, of 516 NW sented by the Lily White Lodge Deep Freezers, Refrigerators -

j I Second Ave., admitted Tuesday he 25 March 9 in the home of Mrs. Electric & Gas Ranges, WashIng
!J'II''k' ":l'['. "' 41fJr9 I i raped and strangled a six-year-old The Annual-State Oratorical Willie Mae Hart. Machines, Dryers, Sewing MONTH

fIDxir r HELP WANTED I Negro girl, the sheriffs office reported contest sponsored by the Royal Mrs. Ida Dixon, chairman and Machines and Vacum Cleaners. Transportation Advanced
MAIDSCOOKSHOUSEWORKERS after he led deputies to a Arch Masons irfjthe Most Excel Mrs. Willie Mae Hart, cochairman Call AUGUSTUS COX Free Room and Board-

i2C k_ vacant lot where he had hidden lent Union Grand Chapter RAJ. of the program committeehave EL 6-2062: or EL 64015 SEND REFERENCESAND
I
jSUN. her body in weeds. of Florda will be staged Thursday arranged a program for the I EXACT AGE.
NEW YORK ,
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Jackson admitted strangling: evening, March 13 at Grand Memorial occasion. 1
.. AT., l\1ARCII9-15 Needed at once for steady N'9th Persons representing the calendar For more Information
Irma Lee Tomkins, 1409 AME Church. .
"GUN FEVER"-Mark Stevens positions with private families, Ave, who was reported missing The contest will feature speakers months.are: Mrs J.latUe"Reed, SELF SERVICEWASH. : write to:
** 18 to 50. You will live-to SELECT MAIDS OF
THAN ON FIRE -New Drama age Saturday night. from New Stanton and Ma- January; Mrs. Mildred Gillian,

COMING TO STRAND on the premises with with your. I Jackson told them he had been tthew W. Gilbert High Schools. February; :Mrs. Daisy Small NEW YORK. INC.

SAT. M1DXITE, MARCH 15 own room, meals, and all pri.vileges. drinking heavily and went with a, The speakers will select their :March; Mrs. Johnnie Waldon, 15c 1 337 Central Avenue
The is high,to$200 % .
"TEENAGE BAD GIRL- pay friend to the Tompkins' residence.'. subjects from the list specified April; Mrs. Annie Peterson, May; Lawrence N. Y.

TEENAGE WOLF PACK" monthly and up. I will supply to They found the parents away and by the commitee. Subjects must Mrs. J. Forest, June; Mrs. Ida Coin Operated-
and
transportation expenses the victim and her twin sister in be selected from 1. Intergration Dixon, July; Mrs R. M. Johnson,

New York and guarantee a the care of an older sister, 16. ; 2. The Challenge of Science; August;' Mrs. Fannie L. Barnes, FAIRFAX LAUNDRY ---- --
ROOSEVELT 1ST RUN job. Write to Mr. Brown, Street
good 1614 Fairfax
He told officers he offered one 3. The New Atomic Age; 4. The September; Mrs. A. Cummings,
SUN..TUES. March 9-11 P.O. Box 323, Lakeland Fbu, of the twin girls 50 cents to go Wonders of the Space Age and November; and {rs. Willie M. OPEN 24 HOURS
Mutual 3-7973-
"BEYOND MOMBASA" or phone outside with him and he walked 5. Promises of Demorcracy. Hart,

to Techn1color-ornel with her to the vacant lot. There are specific rules that ----- -- -- Real EstateLOANS

"REBEL CITY" "Jackson said he raped the girl will determine the qualificationsof December.PUPILS

with William Elliott and strangled her with his hands a contestant, and the rules will STOVES and HEATERS $ $
WED..FRL MARCH 12.14 IF YOU when she fought him," Ben Grigs- determine the eligibility of con. i I

"BABY FACE NELSON" I by 'chief criminal investigatorsaid. testants. ThV<
"AFFAIR IN RENO" WANT OUT OF DEBT.Let contestant must be a candidatefor GIVE RECITALi WEST SIDE $ ,OOO up to $23.000

SAT. ONLY-MARCH 15 graduation this term (B) i REPAIR SHOP I Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun-

4 WILD WEST HITS HOUSE FIRE FATALTO Each contestant must have character 1635 Kings Rd. EL 5.2958 dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
references from his or her The pupils of Hayes-Moore Studio
OCTOGENARIANDE Let to
us help you completeyour
Fire of unknown local pastor and high school prin- under the direction of Mrs.
SKYVIEWSUN.TUES. LAND- house or refinance 38
cipal. (CKThe contestant must Alpha Hayes will be presented
homes
destroyed two Negro in
origin I years the same place.
I burnedto have a satisfactory scholarship in a recital March: 9 by the Young
.
tenant
MARCH"BABY 9-11 and an 80-year-old Call -
BUDGETCOUNSELLORS record. His general average for Women of Allen of tIt. Zion HOME LOANS
last Sun
FACE NELSON" : death, police reported
the period between the 9th and .A.M.E. Church in the church
'MONKEY ON MY BACK'WED..TI I
J. P. YOUNGMr.
day.Lucius 12th grades should not be below auditorium located on the cornerof
&--March 11SJOA.'l Ross, said to have beenan SIDINGS
D The contestant must Newman and Beaver Streets,
"C" ( ) Simmons or Mr. Walsh
CRAWFORD"AUTUMN ADVISE YOU invalid was dead when removed -
LEAVES" from the burning house. show leadership ability. The in- at 7:30 p.m.Featured -:- ROOFINGSFor Main and Monroe
stitution which he represents will on the program will
212 Masonic
BILL ELLIOTT in Coroner Wallace Smith said there Temple Bldg.
"FOOTSTEPS IN NIGHT" would be no inquest. The victim'sson furnish proof. (E) Each speaker be Clara Yvonne Walker, So- New Homes Phone EL 5-S014

FW.-SAT. MARCH 1415"RIVER'S 230 W. Forsyth Street and family occupied the other must prepare an original speechof prano, Joseph Nelson, Baritoneand EL 6-5591
not more than ten minutes the Hayes-Moore Ensemble.The PHONE EL 3-7106
EDGE"plus house and escaped injury.
PHONE: ELGIN 3-6145 duration. public is invited to attendthe
-"CATTLE QUEEN"
Following the run off at Grant affair to hear the young local
STAB WOUND FATALTO
SANFORD MAN Memorial, the finals will be held talent. Mra Lois Roberts, President I

April 14 in the Masonic Temple of the YWA, Rev. W. F.
LAND March 2 A 28-
DE DR. LEE MANDEL
Auditorium, 410 Broad Street. The Foster, pastor.GEITING.
Sanford died
year-old man early
oratorical contest to be held under ---- --
NEW Sunday in a local hospital from
BOTH FIRST RUN RITALL OPTOMETRIST
Masonic
the auspices of the Order
stab wounds received in a fight at
will feature some of the best lIP NIGHTS
club in the Spring Hill
a night
talent high"School studentsin Announces The Opening Of His Offices
8
NOW THRU SAT., MARCH section near here. among JI worried by"Bladder WefttaeW Getting
the state. Up Nights too frequent, burning or Itch-
ROBERT MITCHUM Deputy Sherman Walker identified Ing urination) or strong Cloudy Urine At A
due to common Kidney aril Bladder Irritations -
"THE ENEMY BELOW"AND the victim as Earl Chisholm. SAY YOU SAW IT ,try CY8TKX for qulclr.gratifying
CYSTEX tablet
comforting help.A billion NEW. CONVENIENT LOCATION
-AND- Held without bond on a murder IN THEFLORIDA used In past 25 year prove gaiety and
charge is Ernest L. Fort 24, of success. Ast druggist for CYHTtA under
DILLON of "GUNSMOKE" DeLand. STAR satisfaction or money-back guarantee. 128-A West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville Florida'

IN Office ELgin 4-3988 -Residence FLanders 9-1809
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STARTS SUNDAY I BARTOW-Swift & Co. has

"LOVE SLAVES OF THE AMAZON""MONOLITH been found not guilty of negligence
-!AND- in a railroad crossing accident MRS. IDA MAE BROWN

MONSTERS" which cost the lives of two I a .
Announces
Negro women in June 1956. _

A circuit court jury returnedits A 4 ...4 MORE SAVINGS FOR YOU
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Tuesday in four damage Plain Dress Cleaned & Pressed 69c "
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LET'S GET ACQUAINTED total of $250,000.The y. 3 Sweaters 99c
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