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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 1957
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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- .
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Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 28, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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BY JOSHUA "Jay Jay" WILLIAMS :.: ;: ... ,
: 'The year 1957. for the most part, was a year of violence for Jaz services were held Friday morning for Dr. : ,;. ?* H'JIl':: ?:'V. ::: "N'z': : :

..'ons, Iwth a repltition of morders, shootings and stabbings. Leading Nelson W. V. Spauding whose sudden death last Sunday + 7, .k
the list Nationally the ''Russians' soccessfnl launching of Earth-circl shocked and saddened the entire community.The .- :o1; ., .. ;: .: .,:::::.H.A.:::. -.::..
lug satelltts, passage of the civil right bin',and Arkansas. Governor young physician who lived_ > .. A ...>.?.... '.:; .'" ... ,.;.... s1 .
Faubus' calling out the national guard to keep nine Negro students at 3721 West Moncrief Road and Dr. Sapulding was-born In Darien .:'tK..r';>; ::>';' ':. :: ..
from attending white school, followed by U.S.. failures before final maintained offices at 610 Broad but had lived,In Jacksonvillefor .":!Ii ":;"'-: ; :

r ;" 'launching Its'mlsalles'senectto; >.aiphfl *the need for unity .and' Street, died, In his country ,homein ,'.fie:. askaicy gara. He was.a, ?I4: ,
the practice of democray in America. Darien, Georgia. member of.Saint Pius Catholic ,"::" :.. ;
,:' The year closed' on a violent A statement from Sheriff D. T. Church. ... .
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:_ note with the killing ,of Theresa Poppell in Darien, to the effect He attended the public schoolsof ':; Xt y.
I Marion Wagner a practical nurse that the 38-year-old: doctor died this city, Xavier University of L Ift

t by her elderly boyfriend who shot of natural,causes.dispelled rumorsof New Orleans, La. and Howard
her down when she turned from foul play which have been dr. Medical School of Washington D. > .
: his 'car to ride with another male culating in Jacksonville shortly C. and'served in the U.S. Army w a
i. friend. Preliminary hearing for after the report of his death. iwth the rank of Captain for two
s :
the jilted lover, Willie Jones who to Sheriff :: .
According Poppell, a years in the Korean War. .
r: sand he had supported the nurse report made following an autopsy He was a member of the Local :
and showered her with gifts was stated that Dr. Spaulding. died of Medical, Dental and Pharmaceu-
rL set for Friday, December 27, before "pulmonary embolus"', which Is a ticau Association. Chi Delta Mu c's
l' Justice of the Peace Sarah clot in a blood vessel that blocks Medical Fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha ': 1
Bryan. 4w the breathing and often results in Fraternity The Fla-Jax Club
A look at the top news stories death. He died sometime between and the Vagabonds Social Club. .. < '-
& of 1957 as carried by the FLORIDA xw midnight and 4 a.m. Survivors are: Wife, Mrs ..JoanD. ,1f :,:\' ;
STAR showed the usual cross Dr .Spaulding had gone to Darien Spaulding; one sonNelson, ""<:: ;':', ,. _
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section. There tales of human .r.
to take Christmas gifts to V. Spaulding Jr.; two daughters, '
I [. Interest,.that yanked at the <' relatives and had planned to re- Wyndie Mara and Susan Marie ..::::it..i.:,;.-.:

heartstrings of all Jacksonville turn to Jacksonville Sunday to Spaulding, all of this city; mother ..i' .....:r...t....{......":.:;.: .,
such as the finding of a baby girl ; ? take a plane to Louisiana to Join Mrs. Vivian. Chavis and other 'v'
I I abandoned by her mother in the '- f\t. his wife and children. relatives. i iI GIFTS PRESENTED-Sunday, December 22, the convalescing mothers at Brewster IIospI-
; ; : '- I tal were given a surprise shower by the Brewster Mother's Club. This is an annual affair presented

,: : .. by the group. The ladies shown in the top photo presenting the gifts from left, are: Sirs.
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M. WARNER ATTORNEY IN MCCOLLUM CASE Luvenia Wells, seiretary; Mrs; Anna Wells, Mrs Mayola Robinson, Mrs. Fannie Jones and Mrs
J.I JImmie E. Davis, president. Bottom photo from left, are: 3Irs. Bernie Hlggins Sirs. Ora Mae
Killed Lover
.Higgins, Mrs. Oazola Burgess, Sirs. Estella, Burden
rk l1rs.'lrglnJa Robinson and Sirs. Joanna Jack

:' I onlym@dical building own- MUST FACE CONTEMPT HEEARiNG son. s -

J operated by Negroes. In
to apartments on the up-
!:t ,in several professional men
, offices in the build- TALLAHASSEE Supreme Court last week cleared the GROUP PLANSEMACINPATION TEACHER FILES
.r.:" : for acontempt of court hearing In Suwanee County Court for DODUVAL

Si, ABIE Church fight was Horace E. Hill, Daytona Beach attorney.
news story of the year. The court rejecttd Hill's petition for an Border to block Suwanee PETITION FORREINSTATEMENT -"""'" ."
:' heard opposing factions County Judge J. M. Hearn from proceeding with theh hearing.
..' charges and counter-charges Hill was charged with failure
other during a long series to'comply with Beam's order to DAY PROGRAMThe
which are expected to return a $1,950 legal fee he had MAN CONFESSESTO
the General Conference been awarded in December. 1953, PALATKA-Edward Van Poole, WANT

I. In rapid succession in an estate case. Emancipation Day Committee a former teacher "Central Academy .
J s Nichols fired the president Hill originally was granted the GUN MURDERA met recently to formulate filed a petition seeking re-

Waters, and hired a fee by Judge Hearn as attorney plans for the Emancipation Day instatement in his job. back pay PROGRESS ?
on > The Board of Manage for Kenneth McCollum an Illegitimate Program scheduled for Wednes and other "equitable releif" from 1
under Bishop Green rein- son of the late Sam Mc dayJanuary 1. school officials.
Stewart and released the l Collum. wealthy bolita operatorof A Jacksonville man has madean I The committee has been fortunate Van Poole alleged in a petition
president appointed by Oak.. oral statement admitting the I that he started to work undera WATCH FOR A SERIES OF
in securing the Shiloh Metropolitan -
Nichols. shotgun slaying of a night watch- contract with the board on
i, The Suwanee County Circuit r Baptist Church 1118 W.
W"S man who was found dead Articles
early Hardhitting
Zion Church was packed August 19, 1957, and worked until
Court ruled Kenneth ..McCollumwas Beaver Street the Reverend A. B.
last Saturday, Dec. 21, at the I
Nov. 25 when he said his
of all faiths when
the lawful htir to part of hisfathes's office of the Sherman Concrete'Pipe I Coleman, pastor, as the place of That Will Challenge
tried Bishop Nichols on I'I'I was demanded by Gaylor.He .
threw out the I the New Year's celebration.
estate but
; brought by one .of the Co., at 971 Baker St., police said Gaylor predicated his Every Negro WhoIs
fee awarded Hill by Judge said yesterday.The I The president Joseph H. James I II action
One on a story
highlight of the trial '
r who I
Administrators of the estate suspect was identified by and his co-workers are zealous in' Concerned
prosecuting attorney for I which said the teacher had been
Mrs. Sadie Alexander already had paid the fee, petitioned police as Charlie Hall, 25. of giving to the public the best that arrested for reckless driving and With Negro
restutition or 1124 Line can be secured for this great
In At present Nich- Hearn for a St. He Is being held on driving while intoxicated.Van .
is still cloudy until the Last July 17 when the Supreme a charge of homicide investiga ,event. Poole states in his petition Progress! !

is settled by the General Court ruled tnat Kenneth McCol tion.Homicide I' The choirs of Shiloh Baptist that he was tried on the charge
detective Capt. H. T. Church will furnish the music. .
I of the church. lum should not share in the es of reckless driving but that a :- :- :-
the debit side of the.. ledger Fowler said a murder charge is Appearing on the program will.be "scientific test"' determined he
number of homicides tate. Judge Heamdirected Hill expected to be filed this week. the Reverands A. J. Hughes L. was not drunk. Written By -
st Negroes has caused much to pay back the legal fee within The victim Charlie Lee Ward, Holmes Wilbert B. Miller Evan The teacher said he was ERIC SIMPSON
in among leaders. Three 40 days. 66, of 306 Woodlawn Ave., was M. Hurley, Prof. Edmond Hender' sumarily dismissed by Gaylor and Editor
shot in the body and face witha son, Mrs. Eleanor Hurley. Miss Managing
murders are still unsolved. Hill refused on the ground the that he had appealed to Supt.
a 12-year old school shotgun. Alverina .MattheWs and others Thomas for an adjustment of the
fee was not subject to. a
: a well-known school Fowler said a definite motive The Rev. J. Williams will deliver matter .but that none had, been i
: and in the other case restitution order,-and Ream or. for the shooting has not yet the main address. made. SAY YOU SAW IT
: from the dark felled a popu- dered him cittd for contempt. been obtained.'
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-Pfcge Two THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday, December 28, ,.;,:1957k.".,. '

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. r Once again. as the new year approaches, men,and women Inclnd- ,I

Ing the majority of the Negro citizens of Jacksonville and Duval
..'-' ',:"' County will be making "New Year's Resolutions.Undoubtedly .** :',
: I.
2S2S Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-6782 EL,44783 many of us will' The men and women of color In

-; Downtown Branch Office: 425 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3778 4 make a number, this community will support Negro
': 3 owned and operated :firms
:9 ; o f resolutions,
Address: most o f which c such as insurance companies,
Mailing ,4 I
r, few of us will* newspapers, printers, real estate
.f P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida f y 'J V a keep. brokers, clothing and shoe stores,

.Eric;!.().."Simpson ......................................Editor. w Ci There are etc.That .... .. .... .. .. ....

O.'Parham Johnson ...............................News Staff however, some, we will pool our resources

Altamae Richardson. ....i.....................CIrcu1 tJon Dtpt.. 4 .., r esolutionswhich n and form enterprises such as
w e hope P. hotels, department stores, supermarkets
the bulk of the' and so on.
Member of Associated Negro Press k + a t
1N Negro people in That we will invest our money
SUBSCRIPTION BATES y with the view to
s. ,tisJ Duval Cohnty forming our own
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months $L80 will make and mortage and loan companies and

Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. 0 ., keep. possibly a bank of our own so

Subscriptions We hope that Negroes will resolve that we can secure money when
Payable In Advance. Send Checks or Money Orders To:
to get 40,000 of us registered we need it.
O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA / as voters and that each of us That we will give our supportand
V will do his or her part to get aid to the building of a

C others to register so that the goal YMCA building, so that December
DEDICATED TO ,FREEDOM a ti g may be realized. 1958 will find the Davis YMCAin

Other resolutions which we a building of its own.

hope Negroes will make and keepare That we will give to the Jacksonville .
-,T:;:' :- ,National Newspaper Week, just ended, Is most Important. It : as follows: I Urban League, so thatit

la dedicated to a cause. It goes further than promoting the home That we will unite in one will be able to carry on its

town newspaper. It upholds our way of life. wry i vt. strong organization to work for work in the community.

We accept our newspaper with its coverage of local and national the progress of the Negro community Finally that we will all do our

news as being free of influences that would make it unreliable as a and that through part to foster progress by unit.

source of uncontrolled Information and comment. In the dictatorships 1 united action we will use our political Ing, sticking together and supporting .

':the. ,press is cynically used to advance the interests of those In I strength to oust city and wholeheartedly projects

power.The ti ? : V county officials who have been designed to bring advancementto

newspaper Is a voice that represents the meaning of free Inconsiderate of our neeeds, and the race, socially, economicallyand
enterprise the American way of life.It Is the voice of the boot black, on the other hand elect officials politically
the corner grocer, the municipality all of us. Without It people The Removal Of These Obstacles, Could Be The Answer. who understand and sympathize

would be victimized by political groups and power hungry dictators. with our problems and aspirations. -

""Without an uncensored press our country would become a ,sitting and social activities will be equal DO DUVAL COUNTY

duck for ambitious rulers. ... .. Your Weekly sources ,of' gain, and pleasure That ;Jaxons will support Con. NEGROES WANT

National Newspaper Week honors and upholds freedom of There 'are Indications of surprising sumers' League group composedof

thought and expression.CONGRESS and promising develop clubs end organizations pledged PROGRESS?

Horoscope. GuideWHICH ments to make next year a bril to support only those business
Watch For A Series of Hard-
liant one. that will give Negro patrons the
hitting Articles That Will Challenge
1 11 14 16 respect due them.
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR. -116. Every Negro Who Is
That we will unite and give
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Concerned With Our Progress.
our support to a concerted move

The ASTROLOGERARIES CAPRICORNBorn ment to secure employment for Written By
By PABLO, Negroes in establishments and
Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th ERIC O. SIMPSON,
Alabama's vote on December 17 to liquidate Macon County firms deriving their sole support Editor

because of Its large Negro population warrants action by the You seem.to be so encouragedby from the colored community.Dear Managing

Congress "to reduce the number of representatives from Alabama," VIRGO the vision of 'the wonderful
the NAACP declared last week In Born :March 21 thru April 19 Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd'
a on the Alabama things and days to come that you
balloting. Pay no heed to the warningsof Just relax and let the seasonal
faith In the mood and the solicitations of should have no trouble getting
those who have no LETTERS To The EDITORYOU
Secretary Roy Wilkins labeled the Alabama vote "an I
future. The 26th discloses that those closest to your affectionsset into the best Christmas mood In
confession to the nation that Alabama win go to any length In
order to prevent Negro citizens from 'enjoying their'constituUonal you have plenty of stamina and the framework for an unusual years. The 25th and 25th are
to achieve main ob and gratifying holiday season.
right tq vote"' and said that while 'the manipulation of district lines ability your excellent signs of anticipation and
jectives. The 29th is another in. The 24th-25th guarantee plenty :!Ir.
Is well-known In American politics, for the first time In our historyan fulfillment. The 26th thru 29th Simpson: are the author. Kind of
dicatlon that win and of stimulation presents love and
can The
you "White Citizen" whose
entire county has been liquidated. an hand but Jacob's
that have
recreational A soft and agree you everything
hold friends and allies. letter appears in the Star says voice." Ask
The Alabama amendment authorizes the legislature to divide 64033M31&S.TAURUS sentimental attitude ensures'continuation a to hope for, now and later and the "white citizen'to
some good things but he Is
Macon County and its large Negro population among neighboring of the spirit that that success will continue to stand up and ,be counted, if
countries. The amendment's supporters: led by State Senator Sam should prevail now and whichis crown your gainful labors. Your "throws helping, a. rock our and cause.hides his He he not would for help Is us. He that .is

Engelhardt, Jr., sponsor of the measure and executive secretaryof fostered by the 26th and 29th. financial program should be kept hand" us against us.
leaving for tho
space Yours
the Alabama Association of Citizens Councils, seek to restrictthe Born April 20 thru May 20 9-70-U--68-13-973.-V up. Truly
voting power of Negroes in Macon County. The county Is predominantly It seems to be in your powerto 2-30-55-29-53-235. public to think, as many does, A subscriber (Black citizen)

Negro. provide great pleasure to! your .

Result of Civil Rights Law life or business partner as wellas LIBRA (This Is number eleven In a series of letters written to the
The amendment's said It to others 'who occupy a largeor Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd FLORIDA
supporters was necessary specificallyto AQUARIUSBorn STAR by "White Citizen", expressing his views and
from control of the deep, place in your heart. A Home seems to be the,center of
prevent Negroes gaining government of possible solution to the segregation problem. In Jacksonville
Macon County now that new 1957 civil rights legislation provides happy Christmas eve and day are attraction this as momentous Jan. 20th) thru Feb. 18th t f t A

federal support of the right to vote. assured for one and all. Additional week gets under way. Loved .ones You undoubtedly are going to
In news and encounters of a who are away may also con be the center: of attraction when
reference to southern representation in Congress, Mr. Wilkins THE FLORIDA STARP.
added:' "Alabama end other southern states have had a disproportionately joyful nature are foreshadowedby verge there to make a happy the special attentions and gifts O. BOX 561

large voice In national, affairs because their representativesvote the 2th. The 29th advises family reunion for Christmas. A are passed around on ChristmasEve JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
In the of getting everything shipshape for continued round of festivities and Day. Just go ahead with
name a phantom voting population as against the '
I' New Year's Eve.S:2099199752'7.. both within the family and in the projects that will further
real voting population of non-southem states. DEAR MR. SIMPSON:
The New York Times reported today that an analysis of the public places of entertainmentseems your ambitious and economic I

vote on the Macon County amendment revealed that only about 25 .' insured by the 26th thru goals with the inspiration provided Ij j I was very surprised and "shocked" when I read the letter
ful- by the 26th thru 29th. The
29th. The
.per cent of Alabama's registrants cast ballots on the issue. The GEMINI from one of your people accusing me of "throwing rocks" and
Eve New Year holds promise of some
latest returns reported by The Times were 58,824 votes for the Born May 21st thru June 21st filling New Year's parties and travel or NOT helping the cause of freedom and equality for your people.In .
exciting broadening
will be those held,in the
measure and 40,718 against it. Lavish presents as well .as cash experiences. these letters to you I have tried to express my beliefs and

*." It was stated in The Times story that "if Alabama's white may figure in the yearly exchange your home. = 8-60--1-1-58-13-86-1. opinions on several Issues concerning Negroes, and if I have
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voters were as concerned about potential Negro strength as the that takes place each affended anyone (White or Colored) I am deeply &rry. It Is not.

white supremacists have contended, the voting on Tuesday would year at this time. The 24th-25th my intention to cause any chaos or confusion; there Is enough of

certainly have shown not only a larger turnout but would also give promise of great joy ,for all SCORPIO that In this world. My only aim Is to create a little better under

have produced a top-heavy victory for those urging the abolition the members of the family circle. Born Oct. 24th thru Nov.. 22ndIt I PISCES standing between our people and the only way I know to do that Is

of Macon County." Don't let misunderstandings or seems as if everything will Born Feb. 19th thru March 20th ,to bring out some of the Issues and give the facts as I see them.
The friends and associates who
carlessness mar anotherwlse per. be all set, for the family and so If I thought for an Instant, that any letter I have written

feet holiday. Tile 26th may aid cial get-togethers ,that are fated may join you and the family on has hindered the cause of freedom and justice for your people I
Do's And Don'ts I Christmas Eve or Day are more ,
/ you in achieving an ambition and, to make Christmas, eve and day would do anything-1 could to make up for the harm done. But,
to be those who know
adding to existing resources. The truly. memorable and fulfilling. likely for the life of me, I can't; see any harm in expressing one's opinion. '

29th gives promise of happy developments The 24th-25th are representative about and share In your privatelife. That Is why we )lave "freedom of the press".

and pleasures to come of the happiness that should pre. Refuse to be drawn Into dis- If "!.{ Subscriber" Is concerned about me not signing my name

next year. vail over the exchange of good putes of situations that could be to these letters, ask him why he didn't sign his own name to his

r. 8 6& 22-59-21-861, wishes and hoped for presents.Be costly'to your pocketbook and letter. However, that Is a minor detail. Shakespear said "What'sIn
future of mind. The 26th
prepared to-repel :the' personsor peace a name, A rose by any other name would smell as sweet

circumstances that could : thru 29th are excellent symbols The addition of my name would mean nothing to "this letter. I
of and before
CANCER create lass or broken friendships. excitement gaiety have no political influence, I am just a poor, hard working citizen.
IOI Born June 22nd' thru July 22nd and up, to New Year's Eve, for
7-80-55-78-53-783. My name would mean nothing more than the name of "Joe Blow". \
The that have been you as well as your friends. Private -
projects I
would say after reading the letter written by our Negro i
worked out "en famille" should financial deals will also pros
Citizen that he Is a God-fearing man that knows something about
sparkle and bring joy and gaietyto per. the Bible. I know the story of Jacob and Eusaw well. Eusaw tried {
;-' Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st 3 40 33 =:38 31 348.
domestic and -
< your companions to fool his blind father and get the Inheritance that rightfully V j
.., You may ,receive, andhand.
callers The 26th
genial alike.
belonged to Jacob. How can the Negro citizen apply this wonderful
attractive and
presents risks of partaking too ont expensive, some rather and considerable A FLORIDA STARIN story to my letters? I assure you I have NOT tricked or misled

much of the good things of life gifts anyone. I AM "standlrg up to be counted" on the side of right
cash to boot It all to
,.- .p" and subjecting yourself to nervous be very fulfilling; on promises ChristmasEve EVERY and justice '- Justice to all people Jew, Gentile Chinese. Negro f I

.- :, or physical upsets. The happy and White men everywhere. May the Lord have mercy on my soul I
and The 26th thru 29th
< "''t.:: frame of mind. that Is engenderedin Day. COLORED HOME if I have hindered this cause of Justice and equality
indicate that professional
your associates, near and dear, your May I ask what our "Negro Citizen" has done: to help the cause :.

Is carried: over until the end of GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 of freedom and justice for his people. What has he done to raise I

the year by the 26th. Bead 10 cent (one the standard of living In his community? Does he-support the Urban
Use this about yourself.
coupon. Learn more .
2-30 88 89.268.. I League? Does he contribute generously to his church? Does he
dime In com) for, each horoscope ordered, by mall. Include !
I addressed stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer doM not apply support the Negro schools, so that his children and grand children I II
LEO I may have a, better education? Has he ever contributed to the United
to residents of the dominion of Canada. i
t. Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd I I Negro. College Fund? Does he help those who are In need In his
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Pass on some of your good r' ;TAR Mn u-am; community? Did he help you, Mr. Simpson, to feed and clothe the .

fortune to the members of the PABLO, FORIDA three-boys you "adopted"? I can answer YES to these questions. :}

family circle and the people who | P. O. BOX ::561JACKSONVILLE .- I II Can.yaur "subscriber" answer YES? 11

r r.' have served yo uwell and faithfully 1, FLA. 't X don't think much of these folk who sit back and do nothing "

3 In the past. Should you I I II but criticize other people who are making an effort to accomplish
i I I also know few scriptures and somewhere In the
have occasion to go out late on. Name something. a ,
Christmas day. '''The 25th makesIt '' r.y -. '. I Bible it says: "He that knoweth to do good, and doeth It not, to him

Imperative for you to see that I Address It is SIN." I

your valuables are protected from Enough about that. .

loss or damage and..that childrenare. 1 ". City State .1 May I take this opportunity to wish all of my Negro friends !
.. and fellow Americans a HAPPY NEW YEAR May the-year
not left tmsupervised. The very i

But, She Can, If You Will Help Her, By A Word rest of the- year. is busy' and ,. Date ot Birth ,:J_- I: 1958 bring nothing but joy, happiness,' peace,and brotheirhobd* -_V to' N t
J. happy. '' "-' ..-. ,"r ..P8 HoD.tJI all people, regardless of color or creed. .:, C'"--1.i' r

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+ members of the Lafayette
a a a ,
a A3 = a a Y L i
Ladies Club 'sponsored a four-car
;. motorcade to Orlando last weekto
_of Zeta Amicae, Auxiliary visit the 32 patients from

of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Duval County in the Tuberculosis

': met recently in the home of Mrs. Hospital there.
Gifts presented to the patients
The very popular Tuesday morning bridge club held its recent A. H. Lee. 1916 Myrtle Avenue,
included candy, pajamas robes
meeting in the home of Mrs. Henrietta Howard on West Fifth Street :: with Mrs. Eola Gaines as her co. and Christmas cards.

with Mrs. Louise Durden serving as .hostess. .. '
.....> 'V. hostess.. The motorcade left the terminal
Mesdames Geneva Henderson Jennell Saunders and Annette w During the meeting, Mrs. Wil- Station at 10 a. m. included in

Taylor were special .guests of the day. Mrs Saunders was awardedthe .'fj..,,:!.. : '.' ner Dorrell was re-elected as pre. the group were Mr. and Mrs.

guest prize. ident for the ensuing year and Ben Durham, Jr., Mrs. Margaret

Mrs Helen Toney (who has just recently returned from a visit elaborate plans were made for the Johnson, Miss Melda Ford, Mrs.

to Detroit) was the high scorers for the evening. She was followed annual Christmas Party which A. Williams Mrs. Ira Wilson

closely by Miss Gwendolyn, while Mrs. Howard qualified for the will be held in the home of Mrs. Miss Phills Johnson Mrs. Mary

consolation prize. C. A. Ford, 1181 Durkee Drive Wynn, and Mrs. A V. Bradley,

The members are anxiously awaiting the arrival of one of early next year. ; Mrs. Ann Burnett Mrs. Clemen-

their charter members. Mrs. Joan Spaulding, who will be arrivingin Zeta Amicaes enjoying this delightful tine Hunteer. M. Wooden Mrs.

the city almost any minute. Mrs Spaulding is studying at FAMU. meeting were: Mesdames EEvelyn Peck, Mrs. Eunide Sutton -

Mrs Geneva Henderson, who has spent many pleasant Tuesday Lula, Courtney, Marie McClain, Mrs. M. Blackman and Marvin

mornings with the group is retaliating with a party planned for Verdie M. Cruse Eola Goines, Baker.

Thursday morning, December 26, to be held in her home on Spirea I Alice Johnson Billie Wilkerson,

Street Alta Washington, Bertie Simmons,
\5. 1T ....- ( Wilner Dorrell Elizabeth Nelson A ...... Q"
Miss Aretha Johnson, who has also been guest of ,the club, .has : ":--' .' ,
: : : and Gertrude Morse. Sorors Marie
planned a bridge session for Tuesday morning, December. 31, in her. :. ::;:] SEASONS
--. :":. : Argrett, Lucile Coleman and Arey
home in Hart Street.. .' ...: ,V. .-< '"' I Members GREETINGS
Chrispin. not present
',.' e .
I I were Mesdames Alice Bellamy,
,Bites Lncylle Glymp has embarked, on -a leisurely trip through Marie Peterson and Elizabeth *,;
several neighboring states for the Holiday' period. Her first stop S I West.

will be in Atlanta, Georgia,. where she will visit the Drs. hate; 1.:1 ,
from there she wU motor to Asheville, North Carolina where she SCOUT LEADERS-The ladies shown here are .;roop leaders and committee members. of \ -

will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson; then to District 4, who recently enjoyed their annual Christmas party at the YWCA, 2V... 8th Street. MEETING HELD f m

"WUllanisburg, Virginia where she will spend tie. with Blr. and Mrs In, the photo seated from leftare: Mrs. Irene Baggs, Mrs. Catherine Herring, and Mrs. JimmieE. BY GARDEN UNIT t

Hubert Alexander; and on to Nashville. She was very vague about Davis. Standing from left, are: Mrs. Myra Jones, Mrs EElizabetli Simmons, Mrs Mary\ Flojdand ; I .
plans for returning to Jacksonville F
Mrs. Daisy Kelsey.t Mrs. Annie West 26th
.. Flemings r
Street home was the recent set r
Misses Marvyne and Johnetta Betsch are home for the Holidays ting for the regular monthly I

looking wonderful and both full of interesting details of rich MACEO TEMPLE 186 EAST FLORIDA The conference proper began meeting of the Marechan Nell r\ -
Wednesday morning at 9:30 ajn. I
experiences gained in their respective fields of study. Marvyne is HONORS, LEADERS J Garden Circle. Hostesses for the tr
studying music under one of Europe's well known voice tutors, with Bishop Greene presiding. meeting were Mrs. Annie Fleming

i while Johnetta is furthering her education,, in the field of anthro Reverend C. E, Toston pastor of president; Mrs. Bessie S. Gordon, f
of the
Highlighting one
St. Luke AME Church, of St.
pology at Northwestern University., -- Events of the season, was the Augustine delivered the annual Mrs. Bernice C. Green and Mrs. BELLAMY DISPLAYS

They are the daughters of Mrs. Mary Lewis Betsch. Pride of Maceo No. 186 Althea Griswold. The repast car.
Tempe ,
:eemon. Bishop-Greene assisted by lOtS Walnut Street f
i Daughter of Elks' annual ban SESSION the presiding Elders of this district ried the motif of Christmas which
set the stage for the holiday sea- EL 4-8864
The Cosamis, another bridge club, has planned thelrspecla1 quet combined with a testimonial, administered the Holy Com- Phone :

meeting for the first Tuesday in January. New .Officers will be honoring Daughter Ruler Hattie Tnunion. son. Plans for the Christmas par. wNlltAar.6 G

elected at this meeting and Installation plans enacted. I I. James and Daughter Annie L. The Rt., Reverend S. L. Greene The Reverend A. M. Scott delivered ty were discussed.Demonstrations of decorative
Stafford treasurer of the Temple. NQII,41N":1:. --'
Vermal McCone Is the Cosaml's president.The
Mrs. the
Senior Bishop of the AME Missionary sermon, Christmas bells
. C. 'Parham Johnson presented Church the candle holders, SEASONSGREETINGS i
and presiding prelate of preceded by pastoral reports angels and dolls were given by
'Mable Morse mistressof
Le Fleurs, a group of charmers dedicated to the playingof Daughter ceremonies, who presented, a Florida presided over the sessionsof made to the Bishop.Dr. Mrs. Julia Robinson, Mrs. Susie

whist, met in the home of Mrs. Doris Scott, 221 College Circle, the East Florida 'annual.con-, W. B. Stewart gave a re hack and Mrs. Maggie Williams.A ,

last Saturday evening and completed plans for their Christmas Morse very unique should program.be commended Daughter for ference, which opened, Tuesday port on the affairs of Edward reading entitled 'The Fourth I

Party. '!MSHfiKMI! !; the way she presided over the morning, December 17 at the Mt. Waters College. He and the Boardof Wise Man" was presented by Mrs. II

Mrs. Barbara Walker is president of the organization, which program because she was only Olive AME' Church. Management alopg with Bishop'. Bessie Gordon. t

also boasts the following membership: Mrs. Dorothy Dunlap, Miss filling in for another schedule The first session began with Greene discussed plans for making Gues for the evening were: II"I

Estelle Williams, lGwendolyn' Johnson, Mrs. Juanita 0.. Wyatt, mistress ,of ceremonies who; failedto the meeting of the Conference Edward Waters a four-year Mrs. Julia Robinson and her neice

BIrs. Dannette T. Howell, Miss ,Myrtle Turner, Mrs. Faye Hair put in ,an appearance. Branch meeting of the Woman's senior college in the near future. Miss Juliette Hampton, Mrs Min

Helm, Mrs Connie Cason, Mts.'irsn vJt Villarin, Mrs. Ruby Dwight, Greetings were brought by Miss Missionary Society, ,with Mrs. The conference will continue nie M. Cavee was welcomed as anew I

Mrs. Betty Belton, and the hostess. Ertha M., White Mrs. Ruby Estella Jones, conference branch through Sunday, at which time member. I

t t Washington, Mrs. E. T. Tutson president presiding. -- Bishop Greene will announce the The next meeting will be held

and Mrs. A. M. Frazier. Religious 'Missionary sisterswho ministerial and lay appointments, in the home of Mrs. Willie Mae!
Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. McIntosh of Cocoa stopped in Jacksonvillefor
The occasion were in attendance duringthe for the new conference year. Hart, 1838 Louisiana Street. I
was given by
Wilhelmina McIntosh 2840 .Jupiter '"
a brief visit with Mrs. "itrs: I
sessions were: J. B. Ep
Avenue, while en route to interesting points in Virginia where they Daughter Queenie" B. Williams,
will visit Mrs.. McIntosh's relatives. Miss Lydia R. _Cutton presenteda person state president of the

5.5 beautiful original poem dedicated Missionary Department, and Mrs.P. SAY YOU SAW IT IN It Is estimated that one In
to Daughter Ruler James. Beatrice Greene wife of the three of the 300.000 persons alive
Atlantic Life Insurance reserved the Rt. Reverend L. THE FLORIDA STAR AZAR
Employees' of the cozy Felicitations were brought by S. Greene. today who have had paralytic In In.SAUSAGE
Richmond Tearoom for its Yuletide Party last Saturday evening.The .
P.E.R.C. Parham Johnson who polio could still benefit from COMPANY!
wonderful hours their special
group spent several entertaining
also dedicated a poem to Daughter modem rehabilitation methods.
guests, partaking of delicious refreshments and wishing each other ,. ; 646 Florida Avenue
Stafford; Mrs. Morse present. Is not enough. Give to
warm greetings of the Season. ,. Phone EL 4.1346 Itf.
ed Daughter Clementine Harristo the 1958 March of Dimes.
t .' 3 t -m e _'
make the presentations.The .

Several of the city's social organizations are. postponing their array of beautiful hostesseswere

usual Christmas parties in favor of intimate gatherings "just among presented by,Daughters Flo- 2te&] You Don't Have.. to Go to Town to Get
club embers" where gifts are exchanged and the usual procedure is retha Anderson and :Margaret

carried out. Costella, Dean of hostesses. The <:;j

The Kevinettes, one of our bridge groups" have such plans in members and friends dined on a by Gloria Wrigla LOW PRICES S

mind for their meeting Saturday morning, which will be held in delicious turkey dinner with the

the lovely home of Mrs. Emma: Lee T. George on Illinois Street. usual trimmings. Neal Bland who SMART BRIDE GOES WINDOW SHOPPING. FOR GIFTS K.

5.5 rendered several solo numbers Certainly no one will contest the fact that one of the busiestof On Your
during i/the closed out individuals is the bride-to-be in the midst of making plans for
The Julius Guinyards motored to South Carolina for the Holidays ; evening,
her wedding and her new home! She must think about the ceremony,
where they attended the joint wedding of their two daughters the evenings activities with a her dress, the reception and a thousand-and-one details about the DRUG STORE, NEEDSS
Miss .yr1ette..Guinyard and Miss Elnora Harriette Guinyard. dedication ,to the honorees. He big day, her honeymoon trip and her future home. ,
S f 5.5 e played and sang ''I'll Be Loving Hut one thoughtful bit of Another -good suggestion **
You .Always." planning the bride might well might be a nest of bowls in
Jack Daniels' College Inn was the scene last Thursday evening consider is to take a little extra stainless steeL These come in Trade With Your Neighborhood i Drug Store
Wards of appreciation were ex time to do" window and the
some shopsimple, elegant designs
Of a lively gathering of the Forty-Fifth Street School faculty.
.. pressed by the honorees. ping for gifts for herself from m.:tal will reflect any color WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
her friends. They're anxious to scheme. Besides obvious uses, .
please you and will want to send they also bring with them a .55. '''h. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWOOD'S
you something you can really household trick-you can store 0
treasure. They may inquire of leftovers in them.and pop them
Greetings and Best Wishes ABOUT PEOPLE you or a member of your family. right from refrigerator to oven
So let them know if they ask. for re-heating. DIXIE PHARMACY

.... Being able,to give them an idea
of what you'd like in the way of :'(.,. 1302
C V.% Emmitt and Mary 'Washington, a shower or oredding'rash ent "k
isn't selfish : it's !
students of Palmer Memorial Ins I 'f. PHONES EL 3-5597-98
downright'cotrteous. >. >.
titute. Sedalia N.C. are spendingthe "hopeful" shopping Atourgaveof x' ...'> ) ii We Deliver We Also Fill AH Doctors' Prescriptions ,
holidays with their parents you an opportunity to be considerate .. .. ,.
Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Washington In of pocketbooks and '- ': "" \ PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER .AND TELE-
you'll have fun besides.s: .' :
their 8th Street home. "\ >
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The household departmentswill '0* .Jljf-: .; ; .
cq *, one of the besthunting '. ..i .' }:.t' PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE
provide .:i,:. :. :.
grounds. You'll find a ';', !'
Mrs. Viola KInnon of 1323 W. :n;:
whole world of practical :
23rd Street left the city Fridayfor '.1' !i;
which you'll need for your new ';;: r. .::. r
Ne wYork City to spend the home. If you haven't already decided '<'"' ..
color-schemes for .'...' 4. \,. .
holidays with her family. upon .'rx. : ; :::1: : '. "
your ki+chen and b.ath. you C81"f'' .'; : .'. : .;
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all the latest ideas .
attractively .
a- see 44 : >:' '1-:', ...,
displayed.: And of '.r-a --
Y spc Mrs. Emma Lee. George, Deanof many
these things are likely to be Also high en the list of the
Girls at James Weldon John .
packaged in pretty gift sets modern bride's treasures: is
son Junior High School convalescing .I which friends will be proud stainless steel flatware. No j ji
at her Illinois Street home to send. longer limited to infernal: use, i
TO OURS after a bout with jmeumonia. Towels linens, bedding and the stainless patterns hnow: jI i.\srm:
| tablecloth sets are popular as emerged as an entity of their I
"expressed preferences.: You own and are equally at-home for

| Mesdames Lydia H. Sweet and can be specific as to the colors a festive repast. Brides like the Oar vtr> liberal Each account If
DEAR you like best and these items easy maintenance of this :flat-
Earlene Edwards have returnedto earnings,. conCURRENT RATE .Insured up to
too. No polishing is
offer a wide price range to your ware, ever
a their homes after beeing ill in gift-giving friends.necess..ry.. A quick soap-and- I pounded Semi. S 1 0,000 by the
FRIENDS g Brewster Hospital. Friends are Small appliances are another water cleaning is all they need. Annually oa So*. 11 1 2: C1/I/0 Fe<*.*al: Savings
I s1r 'f- :\\t I wishing them a speedy recoveery. favorite, and within reasonable Your friends might also wel- ings IlI(this Asso 3 and Loon Insurance
t ', ,.. '. wedding-present prices. Waffle come the suggestion of glass ciation' which is Corporation
y .; \ ANDPATRONS S t irons, clocks rotisserie broilers ware. You can almost never chartered and .... autl+oized 'by..
1 The home of air and'Mrs. L. are suggestions. An electric have too m ny. Sets of tumblers peirtsed by the Or DIVIDEND
steam iron makes this inevitable and other specialized glasses act of Congress
\ *.L Argrett, 1725 Ulnois Street Is chore far easier and will save are made up in a variety of U.S. Government.
I one of happiness with the,arrival you many dollars in cleaning attractive sets and come in wonderfully
e I of Mrs. Argrett's sister. "}..Irs.I bills. Electric cookware is an- imaginative designs.
other wonderful housekeeping Of course,:when the exciting:
I Merryce C. Lake and her son Mi
I I accessory and can make even packages start to arrive, you'll
f / chael of Lake Wales, Florida. "the"5 simplest' meal into an still receive many beautiful surprises

Accompanying the Lakes were elegant occasion. One of the and (ask any bride!)
HAVERTY_FURNITURE'] COMPANY .. ..J 3fr.4 and Mrs. Robert Patterson newest lines offers' everything even'some useless items destin
uu.407 I "and'** ** dauglr rIWYrSAr'" : ; from a grill to a covered fry pan ed only for the attic But for the
designed in stainless steel, gifts you've actually "selected"yourself
LAURA STREET | Brett and Mrs. Lake plan to which makes these aJzreexe to your thank you notes
spend New Year** Day visitingin dean as well as pretty enough can say with complete sincerity:
UJbK i3up3xidLXWx>BJEKxHB. d IKLxR3sSKx9w S Bradenton, Florida. to have right on the dining table. "It was just what we mated."

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-Page Four.. ,. ._ THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday, I
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I 1957 In Review; Highlights In Words and I. .j i

1957 IN REVIEW :. : ". ;'" v .4L,r T2SRl" V .
(Continued from Page 1) :s +-' /W 1, : ,
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Jar tailor and hotelman. Cutting ., >
and armed robbery is on the up-- ;9r '. !
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wing. Jaxons of color closed out ;

the year calling for more protec- ,. y ,. fir,;t .
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tion in the form of additional cops. r. tir. ..' ; \ !
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The year came in on a note of .f+. :::-- ,I
sadness. On January 2, Mrs. May ; y .
s L. Kennedy, veteran social worker r xF. .. a .>> : { \ ji (
and called by many the "guid_ ',.y. 'k a,( r .. r '

ing light" in the Negro T.B. seal "": '. ,." "' ': ,'" h :,,<- :.. ; :

when program her died nightclothes of burns sustained became ,' .. '}. w h 1 ; 4 ";i; : \L j i .
ignited. !;! J.. n Y..ra: :' : : ]E '. ..I
The : ; : >'
Christmas season of 1951 .
was marred by the untimely sudden + 1
i death of Dr. Nelson Spauldfaff : .1
-. __ ,__.uf.. ..11'...,.,::" I e ..
popular medical doctor '"' .v
young : I
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Following are some of the highlights I

j in chronological order. May BURNED L. Kennedy TO DEATH, well -known Mrs. :.t "Ij'I
January 2-
social worker' and civic leader
Mrs. May L. Kennedy, social Y }
was burned to death when her
worker dies of burns received clothing caught fire accidently .. ,.
while standing in front of a stove. STAR El\ .I
while she was visiting her
.January 12 "POSTERITY" -
A known as The Masonic mother during the Christmas Cahill Is shown 1
holidays of last year*-January .
Crusaders bring suit against the FLORIDA 1X
Grandmaster C. H. Henry and IHS NEIGHBORS placed in a metal a Z.:' X
asked for an accounting of aU I former Jacksonville Duval County
grand lodge funds. former all white section copy of the nurse Eva Bell, ,
i .January 19Violence 1st leader In Miami led .. many other in the. \ J
erupted In the Tallahassee f,'v swa Becton to dislodge LeGree placed In the box so Mrs. Ida M. D
bus boycott. Shotgun pelletshit 3s'r r panlons were later fined may know The story had a ".
the home of Rev. K. C. Steele, \: like in Jacksonville and now has 1

a leader in the boycott. %s; s st. .
The local chapter of Alpha Phi
Alpha Fraternity award the Alpha 'tiFYif
plaque to Dr. R. H. Gordon of St. 1;Y.i r: .
Augustine, Florida. v qra,.;::, y

January 261liember6 of the' Fls-Jas Club :K xr y'.: 5:

presented Urban :League officials y zh. ;%': :
with a ,check for $1850 at the annual .;::;:;>:Y.: y : ';
yJ 'P .
'L a.
dob banquet. The Ay :: M
money ..
i was raised at the annual dance. <: {.. 3 ,a >< }

February Two.FAMU 2 students and a FSU na :; 9

senior are arrested and charged a a _Ryf____; __00_____,. L,: _. al Y a
with violating Tallahassee's newly

enacted bus seating ordinance.. TARGET IN BUS BOYCOTT ; ,
February 9 VIOLENCE The home of the : :
Ken Knight Enterprises Duval Rev. K. C. Steele, Tallahassee ANN
County Retail Merchants and minister and leader In the bus w: g. <
Salesmens Association and the boycott in the Capital City, was
Florida Star sponsored a MarketIng -; the target of shots fired. by : +:
Seminar at,the Afro-American :+ .i. ___ .' "
unidentified violence >
gunmen as
Insurance Company. Guest speaker erupted In ,the boycott. WAR teachers, Us'f. '
was Joe Albright, public relations January ; ; several citizens are IDgh School

counselor. K" :: < AI Cahill, Chief Deputy Benedice to
February 16 an all-out offensive Cahill Is shown

A nine day old infant was found ... ..; .., plains a plan to authority and
abandoned In, the Moncrief and .' maintain order at
... :x' .1.
Edgewood Avenue section by a :: :
housewife. ,, <"
young ; ; : THEY DD3NT' LD ..
Joe Augustus Baldwin, driver gic; :r
y cards with such clbgans '-, ,
for a local funeral home was shot :, .
+ w .
Buy Hollywood Fllth, .
oy) two white men while returningfro ,< ..
M Is
Race-mhdng God's
ma funeral. pa r l :
Florida Theatre in protest v ;
February 23 .
the downtown theatre The : :-
Tommy Lee Alexander attacks ..C l
s4 W'fi:
police officer. In the resulting v ;.J... 4?3e? :. f,1 T" (
scuffle Alexander is shot and dies ,R x ,: ",. h&f' fl't'
wounds received. :. '' <:',;" :
March : : ::':
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New shopping center opens in < \yr ui "A .
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West Jacksonville. Downtonw is .. +R y'j.ar. V
A'E" h
brought to residents of the Kings : ?, ; : "
Road and Spires section. n. .f

.March 2 j .
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New shopping center opens in h + :
West Jacksonville at Kings Road : i? +
and Spires. }
:March 9Citizens s '7 Ah..w

Council agitators are --u r e .
given[ $1000 fines and Jail eenten- ,.. :

ces for cross burning. in Miami. FRAMED The. Revs Edward .. .
March 23 T. Graham prominent y
Negro construction workers are Miami minister and civic leader ,;., :s k.

killed in elevator crash at New was arrested and faced with ..., t
> A
Courthouse site morality charges. The minister .w
llarch SOJoseph was subsequently cleared as :u
A. Baldwin,_local hearse leaders of both races came to '
driver sues pair of white men who his rescue and charged a 'v k -, '4 rkr;:.+.:, ;

are charged with shooting him for "smear plot" April cg\ \\Vita' x,1}.:.'i..!,P1 n\,.,.,Y.Sr., ,.+cxa.?.i : : i w a .
.anE.axk.F: :
;.:;. : Mw: : :\: .
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April 13Rev. h _'___,..kt_;_ _:_}__.eQ___,_i: __QrSa\x3.i'S_____ ____;__ : NEEDLESS of Joe ---&

Edward T. Graham, prcmi. PICKED WRONG ; local hearse driver by both nceo.
sent Miami minister and dvic ..# ness card heralded him as paralysed for life as, a from the
arrested on what were later call"sraear I Revisor" Is shown as he + the defendants for $ out as the "
charges". ticing medicine without a and found guilty of a contractor,
April 20Thaddeus who posed as a patient County solictor Lacy
Kennedy well known ,.. : ; ." of turpentine, camphor
school teacher stabbed to death In \ Jz.J
his Floradale home. The case is ,

still marked' as "unsolved.' .'t" SEAS -.; :
April 27Students "'-j :;-

lege stage an of Edward orderly protest Waters Col.be /f; r .\.., G RE E T IN s; ...

cause of the'lack of recreational ,; +
faculties at the school. \ 9
May 4Jimmie
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Burris fined $10.000 far e ;J.
tax evasion and given a two year fJ '

May suspended uBody sentence in tax case. ., '$ / r.b.' r

of 12 '
year old school girl .
found on school grounds by boys I :. Ji '.' .. l ..
pl&ying bail The brutal crime Is KTLLKR STILL, SOUGHT ':' ;::
still unsolved and was called the Thaddeus Kennerly. popular : 1
year's 'most brutal. ,
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Prince, taxi driver, is Funeral\. Home 605 West
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fiery prelate who is known as drowned in a Pre-Labor
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: Jacksonville trial found the defendant Bishop D. Ward Nichols guilty on a variety of charges burin : in a series of church law "

ed at him by the "other side". On the left the Bishop is shown with his defeense<< staff headed by ._ disputes the Bishop's Council r"
't Attorneys Lawson Thomas of Miami and Ernest ,Jackson of Jacksonville. j, upheld the verdict of the Jack r

In the scene on the right Bishop R, B. 'Wri ght, president of the Bishop's Council and pre sonvllle trial:!'- June M

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x + SchooL Isadore Singleton, master of ceremonies and Ish Brant, sup; elder brought charges of mal :
of Public Instruction are shown cutting the ribbon In unveiling cere. administration against BishopD.

tnonles. In. the inset is James Uuger, administrative assistant to the Ward Nichols which touchedoff

president of Bethune-Cookman College who delivered the main address .a series of church judiciary
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" BUSINESS MILESTONE-Bev. R. L. Wilson, owner of Wilson' Building and Supply Com under a slab of concrete near the body The picture shows the SEASONS GREETINGS I

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I' '; :> News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I,

-- ISIAH BLOCKER 8-1- "Leonard Brown, Ronald R

Hiniard, Gwendolyn Jaes, Sonja!t iI iII HOLD SINGING
Matthews Nelvena Ernes \
': Ray The "Fellowship Youth Temple,
will a "Community
8-2-Henry Jackson, E 1 wan a sponsor Sing"I I
The Principal and faculty of Christmas Eve in the Clara White
MONDAY-ftUDAY SCHEDULE Benton, :Mary A.-Gardner. ;;
.ao- era sign on Isaiah Blocker Junior HI g b -Eddie W. Jones. Sandra IN CONFERENCE Mission Auditorium from 10 a.m.. t tto
:02CrtS Newt Weather School have released the namesof "
iOS-: 7:00 Hearen'c Road (Deacon L. Holloway.8.4Meltonla. t ti 10 p.rajChristmas: "
Grace) the students who have madean tI i
Jenkins, Sandra I carols will be presented
1:00-7:03 Newt Weather average of -p" or better in I
1e3. S:00 Morning Capers (DO.Du4.oD their scholastic record for the Waddell.. DAYTOXA Chaplain Rogers by local n.u s t eta n s
) 8-6-Freddie M. Collins, Win-
1:101:03 News Weather second six weeks period. T?. Fair and a delegation of two throughout the day. Special request -
fred Lara Jean Williams.
-J-' :" Morning Capers Bob Riley
fin) 7.1--Mrs. s. M. Hudson, homeroom 8-7- Mae" Dean Jones, Marilyr -.dents-and a faculty advisor oft selections will be rendered.The .
.1O.0:03 Mews Weather '
943-ltM Jumpln''Show (Johnny teacher Emerson Bryan, White, Elsie Robinson Sandra 2 Methodist Student Organiza- planning committee has
ShaW) Claude Hffliard Windell P. Hol t 1n were scheduled to participaten ;
UrM-lOrtJ News & Weather Preshla. stated that the purpose of the i
10:01-11:00 Gospel Train JYo.1 (Deacon mes. Rosetta Bonds, Belva Ann 8-8-Henry Gardner, Lillle -Mae tho Sixth Quadrennial Session
Grace) -,f the National Methodist Student event is to increase the joy and of j
11:00-11:0) News Weather Burney, Barbara Carter, Emily Carter, Betty Jean Lee. ,
11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1,(Deacon Harper, Mary Elizabeth Jackson, 8-9-Barry J. Sneed, Bobby Conference being held at the cheer of the local community to :s
Grace) University of Kansas help keep the spirit of Christmas i iali'.e
12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne Juanita Miller, Eloise Ray. Bonks: Joyce Bryant, Bobbie J. December I I
Daniels) 27 January 1, 1938.> in the heart. I
1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) 7.2-Everett It; Lowe, Jimmy Cox, Beatrice Hall, Mercidea

12:1510., Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tnnetlme) Lundy, Freddie McTaw, Gloria: Lang. The student delegation includes '---

1:001:03 News Weather Dixon Loretta Donald, Linda :11-Mcldnley Genwright Mar. Miss Luella A. McBride campus II III'
1:032:00. Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon ; IIr
president of the MSM And ,
Grace) Hall, Faye Harris, Jessie Mae vin Grant, Joyce Travis Mary ; '.

2:00-2:03 News & Weather _Heck, Cynthia Jones. Evelyn Jiles.. Gwendolyn J Jackson who was! invited .a
2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
9-2-B Mes- to join a group of 000: students -}
Grace) 7 3 Barbara: Bradford, Marie tty Harper, Myra I
30- 3:03 News Weather I frc-m all over the world in '
Y 33- 40 Jampin* Show (Johnny Evans, Argrett Anita Henry, ser, Gertrude Miller, Elois O'Neal. :
Shaw) 1 9-3-Samuef the presentation of an oratorio
Forester, Gloria
Cassandra ,
Sydney Lloyd ,
4*0--4:03 News Weatner
43- 5:00 Jompln Show (Johnny Bliss Neal, Beverly Smith Annie Jean Lovett, Eddie Mae Richard- which will be both'televised and I'

Shaw) Eon. .. broadcast nationally. Mrs. Florence -
Lou Thomas.
S0- 5:03 News ft Weather
23-5:45: Jompln' Show (Johnny 7.5 Alfred 9.4-Paul' Cowser, Herman Harris L. Small Chairman: the
Shaw) Marvyn Mizell Division of Education functions .
SATURDAY SCHEDULE Cooper, Melvin A. Turner, Donald Gerald Long, Joe Earl Sidney, p pi
'*()- C2 SUn On as 'a counselor to the conference t tI
.. :02- C5 News ,ft Weather Howard, Hattie L Lang. Karene Buggs, Sandra Covington and will be
appointed arrivalto
C570 Heaven's Road on i
Mary Louise Cox
Carolyn Hopkins
7:0073 News A Weather 7-6 John ,H. Durham, WalterD. lead discussion. group.
73- S0 Moraine Capers (Bob Sandra Jones, Bsverlyn Rob- MAKES PRESENTATION Among those present at the 11th
Golden Alfred
McGee I
Hudson) inson Reverend Fair, in addition
Constance Stitt Herma
8:001:03 News ft Weather of the Robinson's Cafe Celebatlonms -
Barnwell, Vivian Anderson, Mar Anniversary Sugar Ray t01

S3- 90 Moraine Capers (Bob leading a discussion 1 1HENRY
Vaughn, Jacqueline Wilson. group
-. Hudson) garet Bradley Betty Proctor, 9-5 Edward'Baety famous New York Columnist and TPane t, Bliss Dorothy deliver the sermon at the Second I
90- 9:03 News ft Weather Geneva Rogers, Ozello Smith, Kilgallen who. along with Sugar Ray, and in the absence, due to
93-100 ampin" Show (Johnny Baptist Church Kansas
Ella !Mae City, Mo.,
Daniels) Beverly Thomas, Brenda Thomas,. ,,Lundy Blue. Illness-;->of,. Mr.Hamilton Posner, President of I. Posner Co.. pre .
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Weather 9Oiylahd; Bender '
10:00-103 News ft Aigerell Ramona
sented > gold Wrist Watch to charming Pasos as part FONDA
Patricia Tinman Irene
10:03-110 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Walker. According to Rev Fair the con.ference .
; Chaw) 7-7-Harriet Byrd Beverly Blackshear Cynthia Franklin, of the first prize liming as New York's most beautiful girl in I(
110-113 News ft Weather Harris : will bring together some Frask James
113-120 Gospel Train No...1 (Yvonne Douglas BettyJean Swain Syl Jacqueline Gloria Jackson, the Miss-'grew: Yorker Contest held recently. Miss Pasos also won
Daniels) via Doris Johnson, Betty Sutton. an aUcxpense'D.C3tion to Hamilton, Bermuda. I students and counselors PLAYS THE PART OF t
120-12:05 Local News (Yvonne Young. 9-7-Pedro Mendez, Joseph Har. from Methodist colleges and universities
Daniels) --
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125-12lVJob Mart (Yvonne Daniels) 7-8-Charlie Jones, Joyce Bever. per Julus Moore. Dene Wlliams. oral Los Angeles Opens, finishing around the world. The TURNED ;

12:151:00 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tonetlme) ly Jenkins. La Sandra McKlever Barbara:SIFFORD SIGNS : sic. He has participated in sev- session marks the second such BOUNTY HUNTER IN ;

1:80- 1:03 News & Weather 7-9-Donald Dennis, Roberts, Britton. i in the money last year. gathering at the University ofKansas. "THE TIN 1
1:0320 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne
Daniels) Bobby, William Smith Bernard 9-8-Milton Jones, Joseph Nelson Chairman Don afbntgomery of : STAR"f f

2:0330 2:0023: Saturday News ft Weather Session (Johnny Wilson, Ruth Baety, Loretta Hall, Courtney Foster, Betty Jean FOR Li OPEN-t the sponsoring Los Angeles Junior. PLAYING FIRST RUN

Shaw) Patricia Jones, Cornell Wright. Johnson, Wilhelmina Murray, AT THE RITZ THEATRE '
33 News ft Weather. Chamber of Commerce, noted that SAY YOU SAW IT I I.
') Shaw) 7-10 James A.,Reed, Sandra Lucille Rushing, Rose Ann Shine,
40- 43 News ft Weather Cbston. ; Loretta the Lcs Angeles Open was the IN TILEFLOPJDA I I FOR 7 BIG DAYS
43 50 Saturday: Session (Johnny: I I
Shaw) LO3 ANGELES-Charles Sif- first major golfing event to break STAB I STARTING XMAS.

53-80- 5:45 53 News Saturday ft Weather Session (Johnny ford, PnUidclphia, the first Negroto the racial barrier. -

Shaw) Real EstateLOANS' win a major: golf tournamentwas
':00- 02 Sip On also the first entrant. to signS
':02- 05 News ft Weather Staff of Florida A & M University I ..
.:OS- 70 Heaven's Road (Deacon $ $ held its annual Christmas 1 for the 22nd annual $40,000 Los

1:00- 1:03 News Grace)ft Weather $1.000 party was a gay affair for the Angeles Open scheduled for Jan. TV REPAIR :
1:03- 7:30 Heavens Road (Deacon 'Ii
Grace) $4,000 up to $25,000: very deserving group of worker 2-6,at Rancho Municipal course.

'7:308:00 Latlmore Gospel Sincere It served as inspiration for the Sifford recently annexed the SERVICE- nfr3
.(Live Gospel Singing) Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun- I
108:30 Healing Waters (Oral staff to continue, the magnificentjob 6fr1
dred Beach and off that
Roberts) on unpaid balance at. 6%. it is now doing to producethe Long E. SHIELDS,
Eunice Riley) Let us help you to completeyour win stacks up as a strong threatin
9:3090 Jar Revival Centet (Rev. 1958 edition of the Rattler. FL 9.3219
...11:00 Bishop S. C. Johnson house or refinance 38 the winter's oldest links clas- j
,.://-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Sinters
(Live Gospel Singing) years in the same place. I
M'JO-lSaS; Temple of God (Rev. W. B. Call -
IO'4S-11:00 Heaven Road (Deacon

1130-113 News ft Weather
111-12:00 Heavens Road (Deacon PDSNERSPRESS
Grace) air. Simmons or Mr. Walsh Learning To Drive o
120-123 News ft Weather
323- 10 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Main and Monroe AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL W.F.t .
Daniels) 212 Masonic Temple Bldg.
10- 1:03 News ft Weather El 406391134 W. 6th St.
13- 1:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Phone EL 5-8014

1:3020 Mt.Daniels Ararat) Baptist. Church. EL 65391REMODELING Oeo. L. Perpena Dir. G.
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20- 30 JaJco Gospel Review
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30- 40 God's Holy Shrine (Mother tq
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GREELEY. Colo Colorado State College let the state of

NEW Louisiana know In no uncertain terms it will not bow to the jim-crow
Rose Bowl game between Oregon State and Iowa, edict of a law that
J completely desroys the priciples of Americanismby
Negro stare played a leading role. For Oregon State the tan stars i a tan
prohibiting inter-racial
competition by cancelling their schedulein
were Earnel Durden Paul Lowe. Joe Francis the :
Ted Bates, Joe Wade basketball with three Louisiana schools. '
I and.Bernard Bruce For Iowa it was Frank Gillam, Colling (Mike) Jionth, They would rather pay the ..-

{ Ilagler and John Burroughs. COTTON BOWL, Dallas, Texas, Jim tunity to price In ,cash to cancel the games I
Brown who starred for ; "The money we would
Syracuse atheletes I
University Is now a member of rather than I
the right
the Cleveland Browns pro team., ORANGE BOWL 'be peanuts compared with the
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priciple of human dignity by leav. principle here involved." /II
I of Colorado and Clemson University, John Wooten and Frank the $ ,
ing tan players home and
r Clarke for Colorado.The East-West Shrine The protest was spearheaded by
game, Dec Pete The
O'Garre, John Nisby, Jim Parker,.James Rosebore and Abe Woodson.Nation's .I stigmatize themselves as yes men state Senator George Brown (D).
who was to such a law.
top golfers play in I w a Denver Negro who said he
Gate City Tournament. GENE baseman of the Cleveland Indians a major The Colorado State College would ask Gov. Steve McNIcholsto

FULLMER defeats Sugar Ray officially ,retires from baseball. Long board of athletic control cancelledthe intervene if necessary.
t .' In contests after a state-wide
.Robinson for the middleweight I' tl the Governor McNichols was attending

: championship of the world. .The I MARCH The Baltimore Orioles \ petition, J'protest over the school's original a civil rights conference

f University of Missippl withdraws I of the American League sigrj S. Rae plans to go ahead with the gamesat in New York, ordered the collegeto

t froms from the Kentucky All; twenty-one Negro players to the oj 1954 Tulane McNeese and Centenary either take the whole team as

team system. Federal Judge Robert colleges without the service it is or we don't play. They are
i American City Basketball Tournament others.In .
Tehan dismisses : of their tan star, Ollie Bell. all American citizens."
because Iona College of a $40,000 the ,
suit against Jackie Robinson. Dr. Arthur Reynolds president At an earlier meeting of theschool's
New Rochelle, N.T, had a Negroplayer. -
TOMMY .!:Physical Education Program of the athletic board, said the athletic board it was
), award
opened at Bethun-Cookman cancellation of the three Louisiana agreed to bar scheduling of
/j JACKSON, the heavyweight boxer Col any
lege. Florida A & M Wins cage men. games left open dates to contests in .the future with any n
arrested in
traffic death of a pe-
title for fifth time; Federal,Judge player accept other games. team prohibiting athletes because
destrain caused
by car a driven Emett Choate orders golf coureopened cle. The The school at first planned to of,race, color or creed.
by Jackson.- AH-American Willie
; to Negroes In Fort Lau to : .+ go ahead with the games rather "It is such a pity that the
Galimore of
A and M
derdale. than risk paying $500 in forfeitures schools of Louisiana can go out
signed professional football con-
tract. MIAMI makes strong bid for line and possible breach of of the state to accept the hospitality .

l' Gene Fulmer.sugar Robinson contract suits. Thomas Girault of of other schools in remain
Businessmen form Ray at Gator
organiza." title match. Campanella shows Denver, president of the CSC ing in the limelight of athletic
tion to Joe Louis SteelersL .
settle income &
t old time form during spring as board of trustees, said: "If we competition and are prohibited by
debt .
; Sandy Saddler
of stripped training to raise hopes of Dodger Timers 4R agree to go ahead and play the law to extend -an nvitation to
featherweight title. front office. Willie Mays called Ave ball games, it would also mean a forfeiture other schools to come to them to
ROBINSON given testi greatest player in baseball i played the prize rookie of principle. I would favora accept their hospitality at home

monial. ABE WOODSON drafted team who was signed ban on all games where dis- because of any racial identity,"

by Army. RED ROOSTER organization APRIL Miami Marlins Steelers. \ has just ended crimination in effect." He also one school authority said
form picket line against open any first year man In
Washington Redskin Pro Foot. season with Leroy "Satchel"Paige Robinson (Gallopin Gal) Galimore

ball Team to break the lilly-white ,Look magazine picks Juan of the of opening the eyes ALL
Pizarro, former Jacksonville pitcher .
program. JAKE GAMIER be- tion. Sal to the alieN egro college
at Rookie of the Year.
comes first Negro to make a re- Holly the Iew the time Galimore

port to the ,American Football Mims signs to fight Beechem. Brooklyn In Jacksonville last
Ralph Dupas Is accused of
Coaches Association. School He finished. the season
Negro. Commissioner Abe ship ( MERCHANT Fla. A & M, 2201bs., age 23,

FEBRUARY Bill IntroducedIn Greene of, the NBA urges, boxesto senior West Palm Beach, Florida. *

the Georgia Legislature to bar pass up Louisiana because' of Phillies JOHN CASH, Tackle Allen U., 220-lbs, age 22, senior, BrunsWick

Negroes In professional baseball. the jim.crow law. Chico Fernandez Football ;! ATHLETES Georgia.
traded by the Dodgers to
The bill was chiefly aimed at the sonville. CHARLES HINEES Guard
the Fla. A & M, 205-lbs, age 27,
I't Philadelphia Phillies. 'Sugar
South Atlantic League. The Bill trains senior Ft. Pierce, Florida.
J was killed. BASEBALL Ray Robinson begins training fora XMAS
Galimore FLETCHER WAYNE, Center 5. C. State 195-lbs. 23
SIGNER Ford return match, with Gene full. age .
Frick ottic1allyapproves against junior, Charleston S.' C.
raer. Frank Thomas, Paul Smith
Jackie Robinson's app!!. Bowl.
cation for voluntary retirementfrom and Dick Great of the Pittsburgh University TOWN NORRIS HOGANS, Guard Morris Brown, 207lbs., age 23.
Pirates hit successive home runs junior West Palm Beach, Florida.
team '
i, FLOYD PATTERSON, heavy.r off Don Newcombe of the Dodgers it. VERNON WILDER, Tackle Fla. A & M, 2044bs., age 22.senior .

r weight champion agrees to give Sunday April 21. 4, Eustis, Florida.

Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson a i s ROCK When the WILLIE MINOR, End Benedict, 205-lbs., age 21, senior

shot at, the heavyweight title. MAY Negro American flashed to all parts Chester, S. C,

HARLEM League opened May 19. Hank sports that the ,Arkansas RONALD BROWN Q.B. Ft. State
GLOBETROTTERS pay chosen Valley 165-lbs., age 19.
a visit to Jacksonville. Thompson, former New York team. caused world wide at sophomore, Tampa, Florida.
Giant outfielder-third" baseman recently in Its school
HANK AARON asks for hike Most RICHARD LAW Back Morris Brown, 176-lbs., age 22, junior
In salary after clinching 1957 threatens to quit baseball. Spider ,fornia fight were making Tampa, Fla.FRED .

batting championship. Negro Webb moving up ,as middleweight first tan Ii to welcome three MORGAN, 'Back Allen U., 170lbs., age 21, senior;
fighter. Westbury Bascom attempts stars home in a
players enter Kentucky basketball history. i Easley, S. C. '

,tournament, Al FrazIer, FloridaA comeback as a fighter I back for .: when they ar- ALEX GARDNER Back S. C. State, 1801bs., age 22, Junior,
Monte Irvin former New York the holidays, it caused
& ,M great signs pro football Florida A i Orangeburg, S. C.

contract with the Toronto, Canada Giant great retires from baseball. .

Argenauts of the Canadian Floyd Patterson, world heavy- annual who was termed AH-

Football League. Gate City' Open weight boxing 'champion contacted ginia law material as halfback at -- i
i to defend his title in 1 .
played Brentwood of Michigan Dr EdIgoo
on sider ,
MunicipalGolf :l'tlr.' ,"oault-rlll) ,
England. Ralph Dupas New ,
course. Coach Bob Woodruff versity.of that he and teammate '' I

of the University of Florida explains Orleans boxer goes;' to court to I and Wisconsin's .

how Integration hurts prove he is white. Chuck Harmon Sid Williams, would jKe

football. sold to the Phillies by the St. with a reception, _

FLORIDA A & M Rattlers Louis Cardinals., Reece "Goose" Devils banquet 'IK1t / A SYMBGL' I
launch Tatum the baseball star ,Is t OF TG Ul..7IMATS
spring football practice. Fighting he was informed that y THE ART J'J'IN
ordered to pay alimony. Sugar East-West .} ,
Bruton "
Billy and the Milwaukee committee Included ? 01= FIST/CClF"JS,
Ray Robinson is offered FIGURE 0SUGAJ2 /=
Braves fall to agree on salary $200,000 proves 11 Faubus who became K 7NE RAY WILt.
terms. Former athletes honoredby for June match with Cannon Aaron figure when he TAKe r&PLAce WI7A

100 per cent Wrong Club In Bisilio. Julius Guinyard opens Negro to keep Negro stu THe At.t.TIM.GR' -m-t.. :
I, AUanta. Roosevelt coaching clinic .H of Central School.
_. Grier, New .. game. High
xork Giants pro football tackle Valuable\' : .was contacted at
JUNE ; Judge Issues order to
inducted Into Army. Dodgers can I National concerning the matter
end boxing empire. Althea Gibson -
eel traditional spring exhibition of warm knew of no such com

L south because of the Integration preps foe Wimbledon tennis Three I any plans for such

probi s. matches. Moore issued ultimatumby & T I "I am sure there 1

ROCKY MARCIANO retired NBA. Larry Doby, slugging Negro to recognition of Pace's fy

heavyweight chmaplon agrees to outfielder of the Chicago White champl honor but I don't

contribute to the Joe Louis Fund. Sox slugs it out with pitcher Art Tilt played form it will take'"
The 16 Ditmar of the Yankees. Pitts. -
major league club owners : quoted as saying.
fix five-year retirement plan. burgh Steelers pro football team :Xavier chairman of the

NEGRO players of the Milwaukee hires Lowell Perry first., 'Wegro New of Commerce ,athletic

Braves scheduled to train In: coach. Elston Howard played Important Up top said he had been
Jacksonville should bID pass In role behind the plate Third "to make arrange.

Georgia to bar mixed basebalL when Yogi Berra was on the injured ton bans recognition" of Pace's

Jackie Robinson addresses Miami listJULY but that he defined

Beach Junior Chamber of Com a suitable watch

merce. Al Rosen great third I Archie oMore beats not arranging for a l / 9
deadline given In ultimatum and former I ." r 1 '' slju7

signs _to fight Tony Anthony.i has ann :

29-18-46 Chet Brewer signed as Scout by from,

the Pittsburgh Pirates. Althea this

Gibson tennis Ohio State = .aT 35
384-66-79 given trophy by x
queen. Weak,, hitting benches American EVEN QAY s

Watch This Clown Campanella The United States Rattlers NEED MUCH Of= HS SKILL w

cancels plans to send team to of the i HAStUHCAJ OFF HSSSABT SEES 1t//7/1 / ,

Russia. Racial bans lifted in Baltimore Negro THE MO// */ TALL
Hotels. Jefferson swim .tff GENE .4 ULM4E/2 AS THE
1 2l' ming pool ,slates swim class New tract with FAVOR/TE FOf2 TNEJfeDEG2
3 Orleans Pelicans of the Southern gers, Giants cAQGEM .

'. Association hurt at gate becauseof offer: for SERVICE r.1/ r

boycott. Rocky Marciano trains chusetts & Small 40" v
47 91 6 Pete Rademacher for bout with Boxing Appliance
Service Number
ChampionPatterson.. Redlegs SEEKS TIME EXTENSION Sugar Bay Robinson, the
21560387 cher 'Don EL 6-0504 dethroned middleweight champion has started discussions. as to _

Sometimes he's AUGUST Basilio eXPresseshis Angeles -0- whether he win fight Carmen Basilio In a return match for the

Sometimes he'a down up Impatience with Sugar Ray. Dodger ; Service Charge title by asking the IBC for an extensloa of the 90-day clause to

He adds subtracts Lenny Green Is sold to Baltimore League to : Arranged. his contract. The former middleweight champion shown In the

He work It aD around cf the American eague. Jacksonville again in Large Jobs picture Is expected to fight the blg.wlgs because he has not as
For swim club wins In swim -0- yet squared up with :Uncle Sam, and whatever he collects In the

January 4, 1958 meet. Three new coaches takeover Here's SERVICE bout win, lose or draw will wind up In the coffers of the U. S.

34 76 15 in CIAA. Patterson trains other big Treasury. Sugar Ray Is itffl a big favorite and a great card. He

for Rademacher bout. J, C. Care.world of Evergreen Ave. has gone down In history as one of the greatest fighter of all'

time. -
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... Pan EighEi.iiips t & ',*-*., '\ THE FLORIDA STAB'- Week Ending Saturday, December*28:-1951- t

". .
: "I! .'
; ; ed the Country Club. They were politicos somewhere. The boys !on '1957 IN REVIEW president of Edward Waters bj ,,1\ .
OFF THE BLOCK within their rights but we still the Blocks say "enough grease (Continued from Page 4) the Board of Management und

cannot understand why it Is that will 'fry'an elephant. Bishop S. L..Greene. x *

.. By JAY JAY they are so diligent in checkingon The entire community was State Narcotics Agent. Prince has July 27Howard .
.., the Country Club when other shocked by the untimely death been convicted but not sentenced. "Smitty" Smith popular I
t. places In "The Woods' operate of Dr. Nelson V. Spaulding. When June 1 tailor and bellman killed by
About the only time most of or have a sober moment daring
openly and places In town sell the news began to spread Sun. PresIdentVII11am B. Stewart of shots fired from the dark. His assailiant : a -I
the ''I oUcJaze'' is when we stop to, think and make up resolutionsfor
the hard stuff across the counter day morning, no one could believe Edward Waters College fired by remains at lodge.
the year.Ve all have good Intentions when we make said
new like so much groceries. There is I It. ,,It. is'hard to accept death Bishop D. Ward Nichols. September 7 *
resolutions but somehow or other we always manage to break them. '
a rumor sweeping the town thata when if strikes one close to i us June 8. John Ward Eastside war vet
last past Valentine's Day. Oh well, we make *
Me for one, can never
Mr. Big" does not want any -on /who so yqung and one whose Dr. J. R Coan named presidentof drowns at American Beach. Jax
them to break them. decent places dispensing hard n/t to live ach day to the EWC to succeed Dr. Stewart. lads save pretty companion. *
John "B.B." Pickens resolvedto stuff operating: in town unlessit brim as Nelson did, June 22 September 14
finish his house in 1958 and home Instead of on the road comes thru him. 'We have known the late Dotor A3D3 Bishop's Council suspends High Court of AME Church reverses i

to put. a mate in it. Ralph "Sena- Johnny Stewart has resolved that It does seem odd that a town since boy scout days on the Bishop D. Ward Nichols pending decision of local trial and ,
tor" Maultsby resolved to, carryon "come or 'be carried" Is his of this size can have all transportation banks of the St. Johns. Throughout outcome of church trial set for a orders reinstatement of Bishop D. *
'" all conversations in a low motto for 1958. He plans to and liquor sales in the the years he was always :in later date at Mt. ZIon Church. Ward Nichols. Bishop's Council in \
moderate tone of voice and to go quit "jiving and shunking". a hurry., First to make Eagle July 6 special meeting sends Nichols to '
cofmunity controlled by
into real big time promoting For the second time) in recent Negro Scout then to finish high school. Dr. Archie T. Frazier opens a the 16th District. New fight set. /I
J. Gardner "Nip"' Sams resolvedto months Beverage Agents of the individulas. One almost thinks then to enter college and become modem office in the Kings Road October 5 ': fydj j

give his free samples away at State Beverage Department visit that there must be a tie-in with I a frat man; next to finish medic. Shopping Center. Dr. Frazier has White attorney files suit to prevent /f/
school Even though he was J in i the distinction of being a medical Edward Waters and Jackson. (
a hurry he always had time 1 to doctor and registered pharmacist.July ville University from using any
stop and practice his profession 20Oscar city and county funds. I
_...__ whenever called. We only pray F. Howard "fake doctor" October 26FAMU
-_ the .''he has arrived and can rest nabbed after treating a policemanand defeats Bethune-Cook. tU

I' NOW OPEN I now:;, In years Nelson Spaulding giving him a "prescription."i man in Florida Classic game.
stay:,on this globe may have been August 3Bishop I State Beverage men stage raids A tip of the Pepsi Cap
to these outstanding
brief, but he crammed them D. Ward Nichols found I throughout the county. A large young Americans who
chock full. He got twenty-four guilty on most of the charges in sum of money in addition to beer make our country and
full ours out of every day. We a church trial held at Mount ZIon and whiskey is taken from "Red our community a better
extend. our sympathy to the ex. Church. Dan's Smoke Shop.7 place In which to live.'

Hampton's Gulf Service Station16th tire-family.,. August 17Pickets November 2 *

protest the showing of Bloody doll left on steps of the ** *

Street at Myrtle Avenue Phone EL 5-3943 nx "Island In The Sun" at the down. Shiloh Baptist Church daring the
town Florida Theatre. State NAACP Meeting.
SEASONSGREETINGS I W. B. Stewart reinstated as November 16 tt

Mother of six raped hi down.

!* IN MEMORITJM town hotel by three white meci tt
Citizens charge the police! department .
Henry Johnson who departed
with "indifference" In
: rape t
this life December 27,
cases involving Negro women. P
'1956. We miss you dear one; '
you are gone but not forgot December 14 lit

I : E M ten.Miss Mary Turner, Sister trial's Bishop's verdict Council of suspension upholds for local D. ic.iC
: X. AS.BI ix and family. Ward Nichols matter is referredto V V :
the General Conference of 1960 it
for final settlement. Nichols hurls 1 VV
blasts at Bishop R. R. Wright. RALPH STONE -

APARTMENT FOR RENT December 21Rejected'suitor Duval County cc
Two bedroom apt. In new building shoots and kills Vocational School
Apt. 1. 1030 West 23rd St. Pepsi Cola Dealers and iC
pretty nurse In front of Medical
S, Phone EL 5-717'. Center. Pepsi Cola Bottling Companyare <<
proud to .salute Ralph J(
JAX MEATS Stone of the 11th grade iC
STRAND HAPPY NEW YEAR MOVIES! class. lie is a member of the
I 1100 Broad Street iC
football team and basketball
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POLISHING -, AUTO ACCESSORIES, a-: .V ; Love the woman...
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SEASONSGREETINGS Try to stay alive till the 3:10 it

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Plus Van Johnson In MOM'S Technicolor Thriller iCt
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14li SATURDAY NIGHTrANUARY 4TH '7' Vocational School

lil4 Special Premiere Engagement ic Betty Is a member of the

"SATCHMO THE GREAT" iC 12th grade class. She is a

IMPERIAL I Regular Prices 1958 GREATEST IDT! Regular PricesROOSEVEL1SUN.TUES. 4|( member of the Modern BusU
i< ness Club secretary of the
.; PHARMACY l4 Futubule Club and an honor
DEC. 29-31 iC
: 530 Broad at Ashley l&& .Jc

}.\. =W\ c nC "AMAZING COLOSSAL MAN"AND 4************

RITZMERRY ( At The Strand Tonight-Midnight) tcc'
Both First Run! JANUARY 1.3 Both First Run


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FONDAANTHONY mm+ Tribute is paid to Samuel *

Washington of the 10th
; grade class. He is a memberof
Y PERKINS R the basketball team and (

"" IN" rai honor student, and a member g
M rUUUG..sEATOICPRCDXTION S ( of the student council.
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Cola to these three Merit
Awarad winners

x Ji Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
s- --al 1 i sanitation on Pepsi Cola
FROM'AOFUSTTTTOlLl"OF YOUAs 10 on your dial Saturdays:
V 10:45 to 11:45 A3L
the New Year dawns we wish you S65 days filled with good fortune and happy
'' achievement. May your every venture be successful and good health and prosperity *

,.,.....1 attend yon throughout the year. TO ALL .
7 May we, at this time, thank our many0 friends for the many favors we received .
;:g from them In 1957?.It Is a pleasure for us to do business m this wonderful city; OF OUR MANY FRIENDS! *
__ we hope to servo you In 1958.i *


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