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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 18, 1958
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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18. 1958 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 15 Cents _

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( Editorial On Page 2)) ,
,Staff CorrespondentThe "Negro Citizens Are Tired Jti d

__ Of City Fathers' Promises"By
'long running pastor-congregation flied which has

been fermenting at St. Paul AME Church since Rev. J. A. ERIC O. SIMPSON _" ti.wp

Roberts was appointed took a new twist last Sunday when Evidence of dissatisfaction among Negro citizens over

the pastor suspended the Senior Choir of the church.The the way the City Fathers the City Council and the City

surprising move on the I Commission are meeting the needs of the colored com- H .
munity echoed in a City Council meeting last Tuesday y.Kati'
of the fueding pastor comesa I night at St. Paul Church was -'
part night when a local citizen; called the city fathers to task t xr
week after he "read" three expected to bring some far--each-
for their apathy In meeting the needs of the Negro public.
members out of the church.At ing results.
of the __James B..:_Brooks_ ,_ 2.316, Satukr.c..a. H ,""",-- :_ ...,_ >, *"_ -
least. me "expelled"members "-_ :: '
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Mrs. Dorothy1'Baconhas MTOTHW thing- bout these switchblade again" in regard to the $21 l : :y
defied the "order on the million drainage, sewerage an<1pa.ving
AME Discipline knives very much in evidence in
that the '
grounds program. He said "God : .. / -
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rules that persons must face a certain places throughout the -
POSTAL MEN only knows why an epidemic I' }
church trial before expulsion. city." He asked that a .dozen arisen that would affect other '
None of the "expelled" ni m- af.
more patrol cars and six plainclcthesmen parts of f Jhe city as well. Ht
bers-Mrs. Dorothy Bacon, Mrs. I"
be.added to patrol thecolored said the "preferred sections"
Mary Ford or Mr. R. H. Polote Some 50 former postal employees .
ction. already been given some paving Z 4
-- were present when the expulsion wll receive citations for )
It wsts the second such appeal under the .program.
order was read by the meritorious service during the
from delegation in the Streets and Highways Commis-
a Negro
pastor. third annual honor program for sioner Lou Ritter a spectator at ii'F
Mrs.: Bacon, who is'a member postal workers to be held in the past; two months. s
faction voted the meeting rose assure
of the Senior Choir: of the church 'auditorium of New Stanton High
of the $15
Brooks that most
down a motion of CouncilmanJohn
where she has held membershipsince School.
_ P. King to have the councIl million set up for sewerage and
1943, told the FLORIDA Details of the program were
inform the commisson by letter much of the $6 million set up foi
last week in a meetingof
STAR that the pastor's suspension perfected
earmarked for the
paving was
: of the complaint and ask that
of the choir was obyiously a planning committee com- ww
I council be told of any remedial unsewered and unpaved areas in ;
_ another way of "getting at me"The po-ed of Stanton faculty membersand action. the city.

dissention which has postal representatives. Mrs. I
Brooks was asked to appear before "Rome wasn't built in a day,
Currie is chairman of the 4
reached the point that a large Amy
the commission in person he said, and it will take two and
portion of the members are de- body.
one-half to complete the
with his problem. Majority leader -
Postal employes and representatives -
manding the removal of Rev. '
master installation -
Robert R. Roberts said the sewerage : fhkfib.
of organizations as-
Roberts came to a crucial point postal council was a lawmaking body I which will give relief mainly to -
the school committee are:
when Mrs. Bacon headed a driveto sisting ,
L. and there were laws on the books the colored areas now without)
raise to for the William Broadway Clarence _
money pay which governed thes matters.I sewage in Northeast Jacksonville.
Jackson Burns: Mrs.
Mrs. Liston
and refused to turn the
pews Enforcement of the concealed The paving projects are pro-, .. y
Charles James !
Alveta Allen Y Wa
money over to the Church officere. weapons law would come under ceeding apace, the harrassed com.
Lawrence Morman J. A. Clark
r Instead they retained an the jurisdiction of the mayor mssioner said, adding that the
H. W. Smart James Joyner Ches-
armored car'service to
pick up] H. R. who is also public!* safety com- pressure was really on. This week ,.
ter A. Bryant L. 'Geiger,
the money from the church on Barnes. missioner, Roberts said. his office received 171 phone calls 1, X. t
tho of eoUecti G., .McLendon, Edward ,
night the final n. .
Brooks "We about f
Roland Gib- also complained paving. | Y /
Harold Talbert and ,
According to, sirs Bacon the II I
reluctance to turn I monies over .w x'N
to the officers came after son.Local Postmaster Huber C.
second Quarterly: _Report of 195 Hurst and assistant Floyd Brook ,.

canted' a !-}, acellaneo s'. Item er, have assisted Principal Brooks

for $MO.It .- and the 'overall committee with IN FEDERAL DISTRICT! COURT L ut _

was reported Friday that plans for the affair. They are.

scheduled to be in attendance at COMMITTEE Newly efcced members of the
a meeting scheduled for Friday -" NEW YWCA -
the affair. Bethune-Cookman'' :.. YWCA Branch Committee on administration. who were installedat
TALLAHASSEE-Virgil D. Hawkins, \ 14 at the A. L.
the Annual Meeting held last,Tuesday Jan.
WILLIAM ROBINSONJAX College public relations officer who has been waging a 9-year | Lewis YWCA branch are seen in the top photo. In the front

_ BE SURE TO SIGN LAWYER DIES fight to gain admission to the all-white University Florida row from left are :Mrs. Eva Saternhlte, Mrs. Julia Robinson and

law school last :Monday took his case to the Federal Courtin Sirs. Lenora Davis. In the back row are Sirs. G. B. Gardener,

Voters RegistrationCard Tallahassee in a new move to break the racial bar. I Mrs. Lillian Goosby, Mrs. Martha Baker and Mrs. Pansy Washington. -
William Steward Robison, attorney .
The suit, filed by his attorney.
i of 531 W. 16th Street, died i ning of the new semester in February. -
last Thursday morning in a local Francisco A. Rodriguez Tampa COFFEE TIME The third scene depict a coffee time with

hospital following a brief illness. asked the court to enjoin the 3Irs. Ellen Dennis, Mrs. Harry Collins and Mrs Jeannette Walker.
And Return It To The I "
Robinson was a native of this Board of Control from refusing to POSTAL EMPLOYEE 1 ''tV' AWARDS FOR SERVICE Members of the retiring Branch

SUPERVISOR OF city with law offices in the Ma- admit Hawkins to the law school HELD ON CHARGE Committee are seen In the second photo receiving pins bt recog-
sonic Temple. 410 Broad Street, "solely on account his and Latson
race k nition of their years of service. From left are Mrs. Mabe
REGISTBlLTIONBefore where he had practiced law for color." OF STEALING MAILA Mrs Florida Dwight Sirs. F. Alexander Sirs. A. MeGhee, 31rLPan.'Iy

many years. The suit.also asked the court to Washington making awards Mrs. Alice Johnson 'land Mrs.

Jan. 31 He was a member of Ebenezer enter a judgment declaring that'I former Jacsonvflle resident S. N. Starks.

Methodist Church and a graduateof the Board of Control "may not who now maes his home in Pen-
Howard University School of I SPEAKER Mrs Austin Kimball speaker for the occasion
Or Your Name Will Be continue to pursue the policy cus- sacola was charged this week -
,- Law Washington D. C tom and usage of operating and by Postal Inspectors with thfet( ; Is seen at left.

Moved From. The Books Survivors Include a brother. R. maintaining the University of of maiL I

R. Robinson; sister-in-law Mrs.R. Florida with its .several schools George O. Hamilton 30. a
head-on collision on State 33, of Okeechobee. Raulerson was
R. Robinson uncles James lowing a j
; and colleges as a publicly SUpported career substitute in the Postal HUSBAND AND WIFE I "
Smith Galnesvillle and Dr. Fred institution for white persons Transportation Service operatingon ; Road 60 about_ four miles west of j treated for minor injuries and
If have moved to t
you go Trapp Chicago HL; aunt Mrs. I in the state of Florida only." Jacksonville: and Pensacola DIE IN CAR WRECK Bartow last Monday.Investigating shock.
your last .address and get Mattie Smith Gainesville I '
; nephew I Rodriquez said he would ask train has been charged with the I officers said the
the Card. It Won't Be R. R. Robinson Jr. city and. I Federal Judge Dozier DeVane to The impact ripped the William
heft of man, on Jan 15. car in which the couple were rId-
other relatives. BARTOW-.Rovena WilLamson son's car apart, and spun it
Forwarded to YourNew set a hearing as soon as possible.
Hamilton was brought before ing attempted to pass a semi
Address. Funeral arrangements win be He said Hawkins was attemptingto U. S. Commissioner T. V. Cashen 43, was killed instantly and her trailer truck and smashed head: around. It stopped against the

announced later by C. M. Shaw get an early decision so he last Thursday. at which time his I I husband .Edward Duff. Williamson on into .approaching. truck front bumper of the'truck it-had

mortician. could be admitted at the begin- bond was .fixed at $500.: 51, died a short time later fol- driven by Bartow Bert Raulerson Just passed.



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1323 Moncrief Road .... .......... EL 4-6782 EL 4-6783 ', ,Ji,, / Iy,, ?r t SENDS RESOLUTION TO "STAR"

Downtown Branch... Office: 423 Broad Street Phone EL 4-3773 irf 11
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:r. Mailing Address: sent to the FLORIDA STAR by C. S. Williams of the Public

Relations Department of. llth Episcopal District of the
wf. Jacksonville
". P. O. Box 1. Florida -
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AME Church.
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4Utamae Richardson ........................Circulation Dept. District r
-. Eleventh Episcopal

".:. Jacksonville, Florida
Member of Associated Negro Press i iuJFItTt3 .
H January 8, 1958
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oih Y OO> Half Year $3.00 Three o ., ':
; ; Months 1.80 ,,. PRESIDING
btati tti r 4a BISHOP SHERMAN L. GREENE,
United States.
Sutecrtptlons Payable In Advance. Send Checks 'f' Sr:1: : -: -::- -:- *-
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ISSrTHERE CAME AN ANNOUNCEMENT LISTING I fm mX i MM 3 WHEREAS, the headquarters of the Eleventh Episcopal

EVERAL STREETS WHICH WILL BE REPAIRED WITH i % j District of the AM.E. Church is known to be in Jacksonville

SOME OF THE NEWLY ACQUIRED CASH. Florida and open. to any accredited member of' the

In going over the list of streets named for early improvements THE EVIL HOOT OF SEGREGATION press, and

we were greatly.,disappointed to find that the WHEREAS, the material published over a period of

immediate plans fail to include any provisions for improve several months by the Florida Star has all the earmarks of

ment of the sewerage conditions or- the bad streets in the -- Yoga Weekly irresponsibility and appears to have been picked up on the

predominantly colored areas And we daresay, that street corners and other out-of-the way places, and
thousands of Negro citizens will be stirred with resentmentover
such utter disregard for our urgent needs when they Horoscope GuideWHICH WHEREAS, the press and the Church should be allies

realize what has been done. working together for the progress of the people and the

Over a period of years-even before Streets and High-. ii ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR veneration of the Christian Church, and

ways Commissioner Lou Riiter was elected to office-the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL WHEREAS, the Florida Star appears to be gloating

FLORIDA STAR has complained about the awful conditionof with glee over the problems of our Church instead of usingits
streets and the menance to health that lack of I iii
sewerage -
offices to assist and
facilities presents to the colored, areas. But very little has By PABLO, The

been: done. For the most part we have only gotten some WHEREAS, flashing press headlines advertising the
token efforts-a surfaced street here and there and a lot of VIRGO judgement could only deepen the struggles of our Church, using the style and language of a

patch work on streets-and an endless stream of promises.As Born March 21st Thru April 19th Born August 24th Thru Sept. 23rd delemmas that confront you now. yellow journal breaking a murder case, do violence to the
one citizen who spoke out at a City Council meetingsaid make with caution. esteem and sacredness in which most Christians hold their i
to great
You may not be able An inspired idea, trip or en- so proceed
this week: "We have been placed on the waiting shelf idea church, andWHEREAS
of the inspired :
again". immediate use counter could fill your heart and s-t6-66-S8-6J-S.l6. ,
that comes to you OR the 18th certain enemies of the present administration -
In fact, we have been placedon'-the "waiting list" much thoughts most pleasantly on the ,
In any event the (19th) confirms CAPRICORNBora both from within and without, seek to make public
too long and it has reached the place where we have become I 18th. The New Moon (19th) accentuates ,
that It Is better to start things Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th only such instances and situations as they would judge to
tired of these '
vital to welfare.empty promises of fullfillment of needsso after its advent especially In your desires and leaves 'The (18th) seems to close the be capable of twisting the facts to suit their pernicious, hid-

our matters that have to do with you open to romance and the more favorable period of the den and ungodly designs. Relases in newspapers, which we
Continuous neglect in fulfilling the needs of the colored
business career and njore attractive pursuits of lifeIn month so make sure you have support, against all common decency and fair play would
people can only be Interpreted as due to complete disregard Bomla. :I*. mff-*rm AmxiBWOO* ** A word oauUon IB acnievea your personal alms before
for .... 1'0' h. mlaorlty gr.np 01 cUJa- But Sheae risks with private or joint general. o hide, play down and even refuse to give the slightest mention -
politicians who continue to ignore the needs of colored clii resources take or allow yourself to be inspired by the ((21st), urging then. The ((19th) makes you of the tremendous achievements for God and the

zens but break their necks to improve other sections in an taken in by fantastic schemes. you to remain pratical and realistic conscious of just where you standas Church unequaled perhaps in any Episcopal District for the
effort and to avoid being impeded in regards financial questions as be therefore resolved
to win votes should realize that they are doing the -50-11-13-4 -251. present quadrennium,
entire your work and efforts to maintain well as personal advatages.. The
commhnity disservlre their
a by one-sided
service to
THAT, we insist that the editorial of the Florida Star
the people. The simple fact is that we cannot separate the well-being. (early 23rd) confirms that you
89 21 192. of the and all other daily or weekly journals visit or send their accredited -
welfare of the Negro people from that of the whites because 20th 1-90 22- must be deeply conscious
20th Thru May
April reporters to the Episcopal Headquarters or the ...
conditions that limit
despite flimsy legal bars the lives background
segregation of the two You still have an invaluable opportunity Department of Public Relations of the A-M.E. Church for
groups are very closely interwoven.In IJBRABorn your efforts or which are adverseto.complete
to obtain enlightened official information and check-up' prior to the publication of
view of the number of Negroes who work in whitcitizens' advice which could enable you to Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd well-being. articles relative to our church.and ,
homes, restaurants and other places where they forestall the tempestuous times The possibility of reaching a 9 SO-$ -78 53-958. I' any

come in contact with each other, it is obvious that any epidemic -! which are in the offering under final agreement that will benefit THAT, the apparent hearsay of which we see so muchin

that would come to the colored areas as a result of the inspiring aspect. The (19th) your family and its fortunes is AQUARIUS print cease using the phrase "it is reported" and state

the intolerable sewerage and drainage, conditions would whets your appetite for successor disclised by ((18th). The (19th) indicates Born Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th the names of those who make the reports, and

eventually effect and find its way into the most exclusive fame but there are dangers that a new cycle Is being The (19th) suggests that you
white sections of the oity. ready to waylay you if you be- formed closing a chapter in your concentrate on the private ride THAT, the Florida Star and all other members of the

Our ,city fathers must begin thinking in terms of improvements come too daring. life and turning the pages to of your life and reassess your public press join hands with the A-M.E. Church in its task

for EVERYBODY. We cannot treat a pimple on feed. 6-70-S3- 9-31-631. another one. Meanwhile, don't allow values. The (23rd) warns you of Evangelism, Missions and Education in a spirit of love,

-the left hand and ignore- a cancer on the right, for eventually impatience to drive you into -tgain&t getting involved in the friendship and mutual cooperation to the edification of the

the cancer will cover the entire body. GEMINI making costly mistakes whichare affairs of friends especially when people and the glory of God, and be it further resolved

It Is time our Streets and Highways Commissioner atop Born May 21st Thru Jane 21st foreshadowed by the (21st). I this could impose additional strainon THAT, we, the clergy and the lay members of the A.

stalling the dolored citizens and giving us ,the well-known Your last chance to take advantage 5 0 *8 56 5 668. your financial resources. You M. E. Church of Florida resent strongly the seeming of hos-

run-around in much the same manner that Highway of an opportunity to naturally want to think well of tile attitude of the Florida Star and insist again that we,

Commissioner Ernest Haselden gave us for several years be- make a good investment economic SCORPIOBorn everybody, but you must also accept as a responsible body of Christians numbering many

lore Negro citizens saw it fit to withhold their votes from alliance or profitable connection Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 22ad the fact that all people are thousands in Florida, be given the respect that most Chris-
The foreshadows a
Him. Is offered on the 18th. (19th not as you are.
tians groups have enjoyed throughout the civilized world
!Moncrief Road has been a menance- to safety for a The (19th) verifies that budgets change in trends and recommendsthat 7-30 4i 28 ---.42-7S2. since the close of the Roman persecutions late in the third
number of years and all we have heard is promises and Initiated hereafter stand the best you pause until you see exactly '

excuses from Mr. Ritter, his fellow commissioners and the chance of working out as expect. what effect this will have PISCESBorn century.

City Council, all of whom have mastered the art of pas ed. Do not expose yourself to/seasonal on your existing plans and pro Feb. 19th Thru March 20th RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED:

sing the buck" back and forth. ills (or the current flu) and jects. The (23rd also fore The last chance for the time
Rev. R. Elwin Lamb Rev. W B. Coffey
shadows critical time
a. as regards
Certain members of the City Council as well as the ban controversies with'iaJaws or being, to create a. fertile atmosphere
and Rev. F. A. Allen Rev. A. L. Bennett
pecuniary interests;
Commission have demonstrated that labor hopsand
people. in which
they are just playing TOUT
this that you cannot Rev. J. T. McMillen Rev. R. W. WhitehurstRev.
means now
around with the welfare of Negro citizens and are holding 3-- 40 22 88 21-US. Iong-range' interests'...can,thrive,is
afford"ta take reckless"chances: Rev. J. A. Roberts A J. Reddit
office only to represent certain interests.It .. offered by the (18th). The. (19th)
4-10-- Rev. J. C. Williams Rev. R. L. Murrell
therefore appears that unless these men are prepared CANCERBorn ,: oj reveals that the time, 'to withdraw Rev. M. M. Lindsey Rev. W. S. White
to the interests of all the included Jane 22nd Thru Jay 22nd :
serve people-Negroes BAGrrrASIUBBorn from the arena and to pay Rev. S. H. Cousins Dr. C. S. Williams
-we shal be forced look to other officials to serve the public -: Another excellent opening to closer attention to the inner compulsions ,
Nov. 23 Thru Dee. 21st
when voting lime-which isn't too far off-comes reach en Inspiring accord with that create major problems
The that
(19th) suggests you
someone .close. to heart is
your and impediments to yourfull
in financial
made possible the 18th. The pause your manipulations
by development is close at hand.
New Moon (19th) paves the way hereafter until you are The lack of understanding in this Next Week Read
SUPPORT FOR SCIENTIFIC ED.The for additional developments along certain that you are not open to connection could bring frustration

the lines of alliance and unexpected losses. The creation I .
cooperative instead of the harvest you expect
I of and and!
new baffling
enterprises. All preventive This could make do
I you
Esso Foundation-which was established in 1955 by! measures against mishaps 0 r inner misgivings is revealed by 8-'J0-M-63-S1--811.- "The FLORIDA STAR'S Reply1In

the Standard Oil 'Company of New Jersey and some of its: breakdowns are very mu h in order I the (21st). The slightest error in
domestic affiliates-haS announced a wide variety of grantsto
during this period; and coworkers .
84 privately supported colleges and universities to stimulate -, should be encouraged to GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1957 An Open Letter -

science teaching at the elementary, secondary, college join in this effort. Use this coupon.! Learn more about yourself.Send 10 cents (one .

and graduate school levels. This is being done under a &-W----66 81 63-3CL dime In coin) for each horoscope ordered by maIL Include self

special three-year $1,5000 program, of which the first part ,addressed stamped envelope. Write plainly. This offer does not apply; To The A.M.E Group!.

has been into effect The new grants are in addition to 345 LEO to residents.ol the dominion of Canada.

other grants, totaling more than $1,330,000 which the Foun- t
Born July 23rd Thru August 2Srd
dation last October to educational institutions.This rol '
gave The (19th) }is likely to createa PABLO, STAR ASTROLOGER J
action is perfectly in keeping with the spirit of
change of in connection I
pace P. O. BOX 561
President Eisenhower's November 13 address in which he service ,
with and health matters.Do .
called for "a system of incentives for high aptitude studentsto '_JACKSONVILLE 1, FLA. t
not permit a break in marital I YOURNEWSWPERXace
persue scientific or professional studies; a program to
partnership relations
stimulate good duality teaching of mathematics and science; or Same .. -

provision' for more laboratory facilities; and measures in- brought. by personal I

cluding fellowships, to increase the. output of .qualified Uddress ____-___
upsets on the 21st. Take a
teachers. serious view of questions and difficulties I J
There is alarming evidence that we are lagging in Qty; State
scientific education, particularly at the grade and high affecting the younger -j.
school levels and the Esso Foundation, with its special people and of the dangers of adventures Date of Birth ____" I

science program, has set a precedent that great numbers_ofAmerican and speculaUon.82on13'J5188. Date Month ,
enterprises should enthusiastically follow. -


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Week EDdID&Iatar o.)'. lann&rr 18, 1958 TIlE FLORIDA STAR
Pane Three

BREWSTER .. '" -. ,..., .. ., ." *"A" ,,,,,,....'.".. ,,,. .. .
Wedding Bells Jcrx Ladies Play .Bridge >:-,, o' i' '" .,... ';" ,,;-, .t: .". '." ',,' ':' ? IQ";; of '., \' ,"!1 .:,<' ".''" .w 1(' r-" I

Willie Marshall, 630 W. Duval RECIPIENT OF ... ,' ': ::"{" :"'',. ,,' "" ,J"\,
St., age 40 and Ruth Ingram, 1003 .'". A d\<;.. '- '\'',' .a',,".>f'J.,

W. Duval St., age 25.

Frank Allen, 744 W. Duval St., F :, '
age 31 and Mildred Mae Johnson, %
1420 'V. 1st St., age 32. '
Jack H. Whittington admini. ,-
strator of Brewster Hospital, announces 1 k ,
Alfred Benefield, Rt. 9 Box 233 N
the donors to the hos-
B, age 21 and Gloria Nesmith
pital as follows: ,
746 University St., age 16. I s w c 'L Y
Riverside Methodist C h u r p h, '
Broad Street., Methodist tl' SQ
Simon Peter Mitchell 1674 : d
Richmond Virginia; Fair Haven: .
Fairfax St., age 30 and Dorothy
Methodist Church, Fair Haven l
May Colville, 1634 W. 9th St., t ,
N. J.; Clifton Methodist Church _
23.Carsey. -
Clifton Springs N. Y. 1

Peterson, 1002 W. Monroe Epsworth Wesleyan Service, ; \1U:: .

St., age 61 and Julia Mae Guild, Exmord Va.. First Methodist -I I '-, ;
Church Key West Wescon-
Turner 1002 W. Monroe St., age nett Methodist Church JaCkson- {,5, -

48. ville; Penney Memorial Methodist :i..<.'<;:,:" ; 55 :

Church ,
enney Farms; First : .
Artis K. Williams, 510 Lee St., I ,
Methodist Church, St Paul. Minn. 4 ? rt
age 23 and Alice Mae Anderson,
3403 Phoenix Ave., age 19. I. Mrs. Mary Coulombe Jackson ''' t .
I ville; Mrs. Sidney Blumenthal, i .
New York; Lower Berkshire Valley 4 fr
I \ S'k
Roosevelt Gilbert Cooper, Rt. 1 G SS
Methodist Church, Dover N.
Box 283. age 18 and Bessie Mae '
J. Brewster Mothers Club Mrs.J. .
Donaldson, Rt. 1, Box 283. age I t5r
15. E. Davis, president; Mrs. Parke ii'
Bailey Decttur Alabama. I \ < ,

Norman D. Payne, Pontiac, St. Marks Methodist Church, j ;; \;:; "
Atlanta, Ga. .. :
Beach Methodist
Mchigan, age 24 and Mary Ella ;>:. '.; 0'I
Martin, 1509 Illinois St., age 19. Church Women's Circles 2, 3, 4. 5, Ic .,-. .
6, 7 and the Children's Depart I. : $ .
John W. Jones, Jr., 2024 Caljon
ment, Jacksonville .
Beach Mrs.
Road age 18 and Maxine Waters, ; ; '/ .. ,-
Alfred I. duPont Wolfson Foundation .Mk. ." "/ .... ,
3765 Carmichael Ave., age 18. The total amount of $17 I ;:; :
000.00. L ;' 'JJ.W.. a.. { r
Marcellus L. Sturgis, 1536 Davis y .
Many citizens of the communi.ty .
St, age 22 and Catherine W.
gave pledges amounting to
Taylor Miami Fla.., age 21. around $50000."Contributions.

John H. Williams, 1353 Prince come in all g V.-... .. "::.:>:.<.,...
forms all sizes and for all rea- .4
St. age 69 and Alberta Beamnn "
sons, said Mrs.
Itt 9. Box 1028, age 38. Whittington. KARDETTES AND KEVINETTES HAVE BUSY WEEK-END Installation activities for officers of the Kardeite Bridge Club were

held last Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Green 1289 West 28th Street Mrs. Catherine Jackson local society matron

3rd Mitchell St., age Hunter 25 and Jr.Mildred, 1219 Me.W. Luzelle E. Ford, 746 Lafayette performed the ceremony and is seen in the top left photo with the newly installed officers (two of them by proxy): Left to right. Mrs. Jack-

:Neil, Rt. 8, Box 550, age 19. St.Lafayette, age 21 St.and, Barbara 16. Price. 738 son; Mrs. Mable Jones, president: Mrs. Alberta:Houston, proxy for Mrs. Sybil Butler, parliamentarian: Mrs. Grace West, vice president: Mrs. '
Margaret Wilson treasurer; Mrs. Thomasena McFarlin secretary: Mrs. Jessie Boddie, reporter; Mrs. Margaret Starkes. sergeant-at-arms: and

Lorenzo Mincey, Callahan, Fla., Mrs. Hattie Stewart proxy for Mrs. Ruby Humphrey, business manager.

age 21.Nolan. David Bernard Gibbs, 1440 Mil Other Kardeties are seen, in the bottom left photo left to right: Mrs. Gwendolyn Stewart: Mrs. Mary E. Coleman; Louvenia Solomon:

nor Ft.. age 22 and Annie Lee Mrs. Thomasena McFarlin: Mrs. Mary Green, hostess (standing): Mrs. Margaret Wilson; Mrs. Alberta Houston: and Mrs. Margaret Siarkes.

P Holloway. 1131 West McCrimmon, 1575 Evergreen Ave,. Right Photos: Members of the Kevinette Bridge Club are seen at right with their hostess Mrs. Essie D. McCray, in their first session

21at St., age 25 and Carrie L. age 21.Earl.... for the year. Reading from left to right (top) Mrs. Geraldine Hillard Mrs.Emmalee T. George Mrs. McCray, Mrs. Sarah Lovette and Miss
Craig Rt. 1, Box 67.A, age22. Gwendolyn C. Johnson. .

Quillle Gooden, 80 Ernest St. Wilson, 1444 W. 14th St. Mrs. Pauline E. Davis. Mrs. Doris G. Bennett Mrs. Pearl Mackey and Mrs. Celestine Nix are seen In the bottom photo. Mrs. Davis

age 21 and Mary Lee Fagin, 2050 age 37 and Katheryn T. Calvin,' and Mrs. Barbara Harper (ont pictured) attended their first meeting as new members of the club. Other members present were Mrs. Thelma

Venus St, age 16. 1333 Rushing St, age 39. Greene, Mrs. Dorothy Oliver and Mrs. Helen B. Robinson.

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The Ladies of The Links were exceptional in their spon-'roles of host and hostess. 'rol Brice Trio will ppear at'New

sorship of the Scotch Foursome held last Sunday at the Lin- Stanton Senior High School Fri

coln Golf and Country Club, and members and guests are Miss Albertine T. Edmondson of New York City was in day. February 21, at 8 p. m.

still talking about the gay event held at the "NineteenthHole. Jacksonville during the holiday season visiting her mother, The Trio is being sponsored by

." ]Mrs. Gertrude M. Anderson; sister, Mrs. J. B. Thompson, the members of St. Phillips Epis-
Mr. Elwood L. J. Banks president of the Jacksonville Sr.; and her niece; Mrs. James H. Russell of 1071 Remain copal Church. The singers are

Amateur Golfers Guild installed the following officers: at Street, at whose home she resided during her stay. i coming to Jacksonville with a
-a banquet attended by Link Ladies and members of the Included in her many social activities was the formal wide reputation of being one of

Golfers Guild: Mrs: Gertrude L. Styles, president; Mrs. dance sponsored by the Fla-Jax Club. I f LITTLE ROCK ARK., Jan- the greatest singing groups in the

Vlney Ford vice president; Mrs. Orpah Jackson, secretary; Miss Edmondson visited friends in uary 6, 1958-Velma Notraj nation and the members of the

Mrs. Mildred Brown financial secretary: Miss Coastsie spent a week in Miami as the guest of Mr. and Singleton, (fourth from left)) church are going all out to pack
..Jones corresponding secretary: Mrs. Addle M. Jones trea- Williams. II ] the Stanton auditorium to Its
a sophomore a t Philander!
Mrs. Susie Mrs. Ozzie Williams capacity.
surer; Thompson chaplain: I Smith College has been ---
chairman of public relations committee: and Mrs. Allean DAUGHTER ELKS Many of the!, critics have rated
Mrs. Jessie Thomas of W. State Street awarded a National Meth-;
Harrington, chairman of tournament committee. the trio of Carol, Eugene and
week-end to her daughters Mrs. Rosario T. dist Scholarship by the Board CALLED SUNDAYAll .
Other Link members Mrs. Jonathan Brice of the
are: Mrs. Josephine Bivins I as one fore-
and Lt. Nevada Thomas the
nah. Georgia, of of Education of the Methodist
Robbie Lee Baker, Mrs. Bernice C. Green, Mrs. Mattie I most singing groups. They will
Miss Constanche Hines :Mrs. Holland Mrs. Corps.Lt. I Church. Miss Singleton is the Daughters of Maceo Temple -
Hayes, Roberta I feature a wide range of selectionsthat
Thomas who has been stationed at
Dorothy Lewis Mrs. Irma L. Lynch, Mrs. Maxine Mears, daughied of Rev. Daniel: No. 186 are requested by the will satisfy the music loversof
Mrs. Mijdred Pauline, Mrs. Bernice Pugh, Mrs. Helen G. Jersey, was en route to California. She was Singleton,and Is a member of; Daughters Ruler Mrs. Hattie I. the city.Tickets .
by Lt. Leona Swain of Pittsburgh, I
Jenkins Mrs. and ; I Ebenezer Methodist Church. James, to assemble at the Elks
.Roux Mrs. Agatha Williams be from
Marvyn a a a a s a a a may purchased
Mrs. Tillie Williams. I> National Methodist Scholarship -i Rest. 712 West Duval Street at any member of the church. .
The Kevinette Club welcomed
Mr. Uriah Portee was guest of honor at the banquet, Bridge t Awards cover tuition and I II 2 p. m., to form a motorcade to
bers to their midst at a very interesting I fees up to $500 and are granted Orange Park on Sunday, Jan. 19thto
where Link Sisters erchanged gifts and each male 'guest was
in the
Saturday evening College Gardens on the basis of superior be guest cf: the St. John Bap-
presented a gift. Essie D. McCray. The new members are i
Winners In the mixed foursome are as follows: Mrs. E. Davis and Barbara academic: standing leadership,, tist Church.
Gertrude L. Styles and Melvin Ward first place: Mrs. Al The hostess Harper.chic in black ability active churchmanshlp Daughters with cars are requested
lean.Harrington and James Pierce, second place: and Mrs. outfit was very a character, personality and to donate same and come t.

Marvyn Jenkins and Willie White third place.. : Mrs. need. dressed in full attire.Contribute .
Outstanding players were Left to Right: National Methodist
Mrs. Doris G. Bennett and Mrs. Barbara
A gay and utterly delightful social event occuring in line Davis was awarded the consolation prize. Scholars Helen Louise GenerouslyTo

Jacksonville was the party held in the lovely Eighth Street The menu consisted of cornish game hens, Gardner. Dorothy L. White .

home of Mrs. Blanche Jenkins, sponsored by the Quest wild rice and served with jubilee potatoes, Charles E. Douglas Auretha The -
L. Green Velma Singleton
Club. room cluster ,salad hot rolls and
grape pear ,
Friends of this organization played rounds of bridge byculla souffle for dessert. Hors d'oeurves ,and and M. A. Lawson Philander URBAN LEAGUE

and enjoyed other forms of entertainment prior to being beverages were available throughout the I Smith Business_Manager i:
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served a delicious brunch in the gaily decorated dining Members present. In addition to the prize JI'f The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Special Delivery- Messen- ,

room.A Miss Gwendolyn Johnson Mrs. Geraldine gers gave their annual party last Friday evening at Wilder
special guest at the morning fete was Mrs. Maude Sarah Loveite. Mrs. Pearl Mackaey Mrs. Recreation Center, corner Third and Mt Herman Streets.

Pride of Columbia South Carolina, who was in the city Mrs. Dorothy Oliver Mrs. Thelma Greene. The following guests danced, played games and were enter-

visiting- Mrs. Henrietta Kinnon. B. Robinson. tained with various games: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Allen, ,
Officers and members of the Quest Club are as follows: a a a a s a s sa s a Mrs. Dorothy Alexander, Miss Oliver Tarver, Walter Matthews ;

Mrs. Blanche Jenkins president: Mrs. Julia Brooks vice Another event of interest to the bridge Mrs. Sarah Wright, Frank C. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
president: Mrs. Julia R. James, secretary: Mrs. Ophelia Par- installation meeting of the Kardette Bridge R. C. Hunt, Mrs. Viola Grissett, Joe Griswold, David H. ...

ker treasurer; Mrs. Margaret Sutton: Helen Hart: Mrs.'Portia urday evening in the home of Mrs. Mary Stubbs, Mrs. Annie L. Anderson, Mrs. Sarah Morris, Mrs.

Thorrlngion and Mrs. Alma Johnson. Twenty-Eighth; Street. Annie Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt E. Duhart, Ozie SECOND YEAR Sever-
Others present'were. Mrs. Mary Jones. Mrs. Rose Peppers Mrs. Catherine Jackson performed the Prince Mr. and Mrs. S. L Stukes Mrs. Junius B. Jones, -

Mrs. Mary Betsch. Mrs. Evelyn Jasmin Mrs. Eleanor I which the following officers were Installed: Mrs. Mildred R. Thorpe, Mrs. Flossie Jones, Miss Katie M. ly Ann Jackson lovely

Llttlejohn Mrs. WUhelmlna Rutledge Mrs. Sara Reed Jones president: Mrs. Grace West vice .i Johnson, Robert Golson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morse, and Mrs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Hicks Mrs. Ruby Ervin and Mrs. Cynthia W. Henry. Thomasena McFarlin Mrs. '
secretary: Clementine Harris. Emanuel Jackson and god-
t I Mrs. s .
treasurer; Sybil Butler, parliamentarian: daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
The very fashionable members of the Les Meres Bridge. Boddie reporter: Mrs. Ruby Humphrey Mrs. Ellen Walker Dennis was in the city recently visit-
Club entertained their husbands with a seasonal party held'I.' and Mrs. Margaret Starkes. sergeant at arms. ing her mother, Mrs. Vice Walker, at 805 West Eighth Newton Atkins celebrated
recently in the lovely home of-,Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roby, Other members of the club include Miss Street. her second birthday anniversary -
1704 Seminary Street I mon.. Mrs. Marie Bryan. Mrs. Mary F. recently In the

The buffet-style dinner enhanced the cozy and informal Lee Lucas Mrs. Alberta Houston. Mrs. Haiti Mrs. Louise Roberts was a recent visitor to the city asguest home of her parents at 1474

., atmosphere that prevailed throughout the evening. Gwendolyn Stewart and Mrs. Sara of her sister, Mrs. Allie Wilkins on West Thirty-first 26th Street.A .
Those enjoying the affair were Mrs. Charles D. Brooks: Miss Bernice Griffin was.special guest at ', Street. number of her tot
Mr. and Mrs C. J. Vaught Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wesley? Mr. and received a beautiful gift. . friends were on hand to

and Mrs. H. W. Jenkins; Mr. and Mrs. William T. Harper Winners of club prizes were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams were hosts recently to help her, celebrate the

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knight Mr. and Mrs. J. W.;Bsriley: Mrs. Grace West and Mrs. Jessie Boddie.. their granddaughter, Miss Barbara Simon of Jamaica, ,New event which featured appealing -
Mr. and Mn. Charles Simmons: and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Mrs. Green's guests''dined on'tasty barbec York Miss Simon is a student at Queens Hospital Center, refreshment The

Wells.Mr. ed with tossed salad, hot rolls, and fruit Jamaica, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs: Leon Simon, I youthful. honoree received

1 and Mrs. Roby wen' outstanding In their respective other beverages_ were also available: I lomer Jacksonville. residents..; i several beautiful gifts.I .


Pa P T'-i Ir THE FLORIDA STAB Week Endlag Saturday\ January 18, 1MB

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I I with the Chain w.U be held at
4. : 2s : dent sal Baptist: U1t1'Cl1.: Th'rd and

: Broad Streets. An ambassadorfrom
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The theme
: of the Miss onary
USHERS MEET Some of the members of the Westside Ushers Union who were i Assemblies is "Faith for the Living -

present: at iha recent planning meeting he : ovsrn: a baptist Church are shown 'I of These Days."

here following the SC
ALback. Standing in the same order art W. Jerido, Mrs. J. Longworih. Mrs. B. Gay D. I : The Rev. Clifford:: E. Chaf-

Brown. Mrs. S. Field and R. Monroe. ''I fce, Pr.sbyterian. U. S. A.; Dr.
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CHURCH OF GOD 2ND BAPTIST JUNIOR WOMEN l I tary. International: Convention of
I Disciples: of Ch:ist; the Rev. Norman -

I I E. Koehler. program Coo ..diI -
I G i nator for servicemen stationed inJapan.

.: : t: .:: : Dr. Lawrence L. Lacour, director -

_. _. Department of Evangelistic
: HOLD MEETING Members of the Pulpit Aid Board of Dayspring Baptist Missions the Methodist Church;

: Church who were in attendance at the recent meeting of the group are seen here. the Rev. Paul B. Long on fur
ni- trict 26 of Second
special program will be ren- Baptist Junior Women's D'strict From left are'Mrs. Mattie B. Payne. Mrs. C. M. Butler Mrs. Pearl Jefferson Mrs. Eliza- lough from the Belgian Congo;
Church 11 observe
its 17th anni-
dered Sunday at 3:30: p.m. at the Convention auxiliary to the: East beth Potts. Mrs. Cleo Aiken Mrs. Elija Bennett Mrs. Lillian Robinson and Mrs. CarrieM. the Rev. Lv M. Middleton. on fur-
vet/ay Sunday, be! nn ng at 3 i<'lo-da and -.
Church of God Auditorium. Steele Bothan13p" As lough from Bolivia; the Rev. and
p.m. in the home of M"8. Rebecca sociation of which Bellinger. I ,_ .,
the Rev. W. M. ------- bis\ "r 1. -'mith. .a,evil y returned -
and Blue streets for the benefitof Scott, 1320 W. 11th. St.
Hill is moderator w II ho.'d its' from the foreign field with
the General Mission Depart- Some of the partic.pants are: National: Day: Observance Sunday: NEW HOPE PLAN I WOMEN CALLED LITTLE ROCK experience in the Middle East,

ment of the church. The programis Eugene Clemons, Deacon Tim ran 26 in the IiiotLu (alvary I Phil ppines and South America,

being sponsored by Miss Tanny J.Jeinkins Mrs. Mable Lloyd Mrs. Baptist Church, corner of Spruce I and Mrs. James T. McRas, on fur.
Harris. I l3"c'na J'*in."on, a'J'! IJ.M; -: Ho n, ind Dora: Streets. ACTIVITIES I TO VOLUNTEERBY SETS MUSICAL lough from Gaza.

Charles Vaught Allen Jackson, Each year, the local convention .,..
DeLvering the sermon for the :M-s. Cozzie M. Lester, Mrs. Fan-.
celebrates the commemoration of WILLJSTON The Home Mis-
program will be the Rev. CharlesJ. -', Willi-mi, Henry Simmons, the convention's organization in sion Society of New Hope Baptist !ME CHURCHChurch FOR SUNDAYAn

Crosby, pastor of ],It. Pleasant Mrs. Fostine Lewis. Mrs. Mary 1928 to supplement its annual: educational Church will sponsor a FriendlyTea ST. PHILIPS
Howard M ss Patricia Roundtree,
Baptist Church, Southslde. report Sunday beginning at 4:30p
Mrs. Queenie B. Williams, Archie of Music" will
The program with Miss Anita The proceeds from the projectwill m. in the home of Mrs. Ida Sim- women from all "Afternoon
Pray, James Smith and Mrs..Beatrice benefit the Florida Normal mons. churches in the city are asked to be presented Sunday at 3:30: pr<- LISTS OFFICERS.OF
Bright will preside: congregational Wilborn.
and Industrial Memorial College. The program follows: Selection, join the women of the AME at Little Rock Baptist Church, I .
Mrs. Nellie R. Diggis The annual address will be delivered
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singing The missionary and educational congregation; welcome address churches. In a project of processing Fourth and Vanburen streets, the I
Invocation Miss Mildred M. Har- '}.{rs. Elouise Devaughn.
.by committee under leadership of Mrs. Ida Simmons; response Mrs. and assorting a large amountof Rev. W. C. Mitchell pastor. THE CHURCHFather
ris; scripture Minister Paul Deacon Joseph Sanders will give MISSIONARIESMrs., Inez S'mpson: ; reading Mrs. C. E. clothing gathered by the AME Featured will be the Rev. A. J

Green; welcome address, Miss the closing remarks. Annie L. Huff, is arrangingthe Sams; solo. Mrs. Willie Mae Wil- ; churches in Florida and broughtto Hughes, pastor of SL John Baptist -

Margaret Yeartle; response' Miss Mrs. Gladys Taylor, chairmanof program for the occasion. Uams; introduction of speaker : the city: last Wednesday, Jan. Church along with his Choir T. Vincent Harris, rector

Mattie P. Johnson. the program committee said all The Rev. Hill, host pastor, will: Deacon Cornelius Williams; duet, I 8, during the State Planning Con- 3 of that church. of St. Philips Episcopal

Introduction of master of cere- districts, auxiliaries, boards and preach the sermon and the choirs Mrs. Lucile Anderson and M-s. ference held at Edward Waters:: Also appearing will be Miss Church releases the following Information

monies, Miss Tanny L. Harris; clubs have been invited to witnessthe and ushers of Mount Calvary: will Almetta Edwards; appreciation, College. Glandora Nealy Samuel H'nson in regards to church

master of ceremonies. Robert annual evenLBOON serve during the meeLng. Mrs. L. A. Williams.Mrs. The clothing is to be sent to the Bivens Specials, the Latimore officers for 1958.

Ross; selection the intern; solo, All local societies are expectedto the missionary department of the Gospel Singers Cora L. Moore, Professor George B. Nairn,

Miss: Deloris Roberts; solo McKinley SETSPROGRAM give their full support to the Lenora Taylor is ill in the AME Church in New York and. David Gibbs. Mt. Carmel Choir 2, Senior Warden; W. Russell Rob

Parris; offering Wesley I project and friends are invited to Alachua General Hospital. She is will be sent to the foreign fields, M-:.. P-!scIla G. Smith. direc'or; inson Junior Warden; Will am W.

Harper and Ernest Hlgginbotham. share in the celebration.Mrs. a member of New Hope Baptist where clothing is so badly needed Mrs. La-etto: L'rk'rsIfreda Johnson Sectary: N. C. Paul

Selection, Church of God Youth SLATE Mary K. Gibson is convention I Church. by men women, and particularly Benjamin the Rev. W. J. Long Treasurer; Frank Chatman DIrector

Chorus; Introduction of speaker .president- children irso many areas where ant othesSev'ng of Christian Education; C.
Igr Ur-.t nan..rt __--Po Mrs. sarah John on ia m in the missionary department of the H. Bolden Ivey .Carter, Dr. R. H.
'the Rev C. J. Crosby; selection I as master of ceremonies
Mrs. Johnson is also a Smith, James.H. Solomon
her home. AME churches ,
_ operates.The George
Mt. Pleasant Choir; Instrumentalsolo I HASTINGS-The men of Mount will be Melvin Grace "The Dea-
Mrs. Iris Burden; selection, Zion AME Church the Rev. J. W. CONFERENCETO member of New Hope Baptist appeal is directed to women con." Cash Harold Nairn. R. R. Robin-

Choir. Jones, are set for theirMen's Church. of all faiths in the city, to come
Church of God Senior i pastor Ms.. Dernice! Wr'ght is sponsorof son.Lay
I I to Edward Waters College, and Leaders: Eric O. Simpson
Read'ng Miss Deloris Coppock; Day program Sunday, Feb. BE HELDIN tv proj-am in behalf of Dis-
family Kemaa McFarlin.
The Simpsons enjoyed a assist in this great missionarytask.
selection Church of God Gospel 23. when the men will take over tri-t 5. which will celebrate its
with dinner Vestry: A. SL
reunion recently a George -
Chorus; remarks Miss T. L. Har- for the day and will conduct all first umive-sary Jan..' 26 at 3 p m.
party in the home of Mrj. Marjorie the Jr., I. H. Burney George B.
ris, Mrs. Juanita Harper; remarks activities. MT. OLIVE Thus far following women in Via church auditorium.TABERNACLE .
Bradenton. Pres- Nairn, Brown
Rayford Sr.
and benediction, ElderP. Brothers James Campbell and McKinney at from the following churches have W. W.
C. Hickson Pelmon Arnold were elected chairman ent were: Mrs. Rebecca Simpson volunteered to serve: ML Zion Johnson Ivey Carter, R. R. Robinson
pastor. and co-chairman: and the WILLISTON Presiding ElderA. her daughter, Mrs. Julia Mae AME Church Mrs. E. T. Tutson James Solomon. Dr. R. B.

: names of captains and nommit- W. Bowles of the Live Oak Dis- Wallace of Williston; daughterand Mrs. T. O. Butler Mrs. Daisy PLANS Smith Frank Chatman, Harold

FINAL AUDITIONS i tees will be announced later. The trict, AME Church, will conductthe son-in.law Joanna and Os- Duncan Mrs. Ossie Ward Mrs. G. 64TH ANNIVERSARY Nairn Kernaa M } irvr, _urge

BEGIN FOR MUSIC goal is set for 10000. first quarterly conference Sunday Oscar Dixon of Lakeland and 12 B. Gardner Mrs. S. N. Starks. Cash, Elwocc" L. E-w.: -- ..'al}
in ML Olive AME Church, the grandchildren of Mrs. Simpson. ter Scarborough.
Mrs. Rena
PROGRAM JAN. 26 Sunday was a spiritually suc- McCleary Tie: Rev. W. E. Young pastor,
Rev. B. Zanders, pastor. Choir: Pans L. Davis .
cessful day at Mount Zicn wi"hLove Gilbert, Mrs. Ruby J. Watts. and congregation: of Tabernacle r.; Mrs.
The final auditions for the Feast held dining the 11 11:30 a.m., worship. At 3 p.m., REDEEM CHURCH SET Grant Memorial AME Church, Bast's Church will observe the Lucye Sams.
"Afternoon of Music" which will the Rev. Mr. Zanders has asked
: Men's Club Alonza
a.m. hour and Holy Communionat I FRIENDLY CONTEST Mrs. Florence Brightman, Mrs. 64'h anniversary: of the church on : Davis.
be stiffed Sunday afternoon, Jan- ill boards and clubs to make written Woman's
Pastor Aux'liary: Beu-
the evening worship
Eloza Smith, Mrs. Annie HinSon S ind' y, Feb. 9.
uary 26, at the Second Baptist and financial reports for the "EVENTUALLY"A lah
Jones was highly rece ved by the and Mrs. Victoria Johnson. Namesof Hughes and Mrs. R. R. Rob-
Church is scheduled to_ begin congregation and inspired him to quarter. The Gospel Harmoneers friendly contest will be pre- other women fro mother The anniversary: w 11 te ob- : inson.Daughtes.
Friday evening, January 17. of Lake City will be present and seved with the organization of the
go forward with his program. sented in New Redeem Baptist churches, will be published as soon of the King: Mrs
Twelve Tribes of Israel. Each
promptly at 7:30 p, m. in the Amount Taised by the stewards render a program.At Church 30th and Buckman streets, as the pastors release these namesto Marie Stewart and Mrs. Edna.Ye-
'4 Tribe will consist of a captain and
basement of Second Baptist : was $106.00. 6 p.m.. Presiding Elder Jan. 26, beginning at 6 p.m. the director of public relations. twelve members. clellan.

Soloists, choral groups, and the The pastor will preach Sunday Bowles will conduct the quarterly A program has been arrangedwith Church School: Percher I* Taylor

ushers who are to participate to with the trustees, cho'r and usher conference in SL James AME some of the city's. best talent The captains are: Deacon H. M. Sr.

stage this production are urged board No. 2 on duty throughoutthe Church Chiefland. The singers appearing. MACEDONIA SLATES Pauline, Thomas Jones, Lee Jack. Bishop Delaney Guild: Mrs.

and expected to be present and day. will also be present and present a Music will be furnished by Choir CHURCH ACTIVITES son, Moses Andrews, George Cora R. Ross and Miss Lucille J.

Mon time. ..: The public is always welcome. program. 2 for the occasion. Moore J. G. Smith, Moses Ragans, Giymp.
A. H. Lewis Ralph Alberty, Cohn
Boy Scouts: Frank Chatman.
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Baptist Church, 24th and Franklin Pinkney and Homer Seldon. Acolyte Guild: Frank Chatman.

streets, schedules for rehearsal The pastor and officers are Building and Grounds: W. Russell

Your neighborhood Shopping GuideTrade Friday at 8 pm., in the church. stressing the necessity of the Robinson, chairman.

The services Sunday will begin full cooperation of every memberin Episcopal Young Churchmen:

with the Sunday School at 9:30 the church to make the anniversary Mrs. Annette R. Brooks.

a.m. The Rev. J. C. Rogers, pastor a success and to raise the Girl Scouts: Miss Lillian MoClellan -

will preach the sermon at 11 amount of finance that has been leader.Hospitality .
Near Where You Live I Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment I a.m. I set as the goal. Committee: Ivey

Further announcements will be Carter, chairman.
District 1 will meet in the homeof
Deacon and Mrs. A. Melton. made later.EVERSON. Public Relations: Uwcot i J.

Trade With Firms That Cooperate With The Communily District 2 will meet in the homeof Banks chairman.

SL :Mary Guild: UP:. L
Mrs. Dinah Bacon, 1304 E. 30th
I Stewart, acting secretary.
SL District 5 meets In the homeof BAPTIST
I Women's Apxiliary: Mrs. Beu-
Helen Forehand. 1603 E. 27th
SLATES ACTIVITIESSunday lah Hughes, president.
SL, and District 6 meets in the

LILLY'S DRUG STORE I home of Mrs. Mary L. Mallard I
BARBECUE services will begin with
I 3402 Phoenix Ave.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. MUSIC
\ The BYPU begins at 5:30 pjn,
1907 Kings Road at Spires 'I :Morning worship, 11 o'clock,
the service at 6:30
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7 o'clock. Choirs 1, 3 and Usher
conducted by the pastor.
Boards 1 and 2 will serve throughTit -
:where Experienced BARBECUE I SPRINGS-The Gate-
the day.MUSIC Afternoon service at 3:30 p. m.
way Gospel Singers of Jacksonville -
Pharmacists P air the
r e p with devotions conducted by
PROGRAM will be presented in a musical
> deacons and sermon by the pastor
Your Specializing in Ribs and Chicken WILL FEATURE rectal Sunday at 7 pm. in
i. The[ administering of the com- 1
nUDC[ to your doctor'sinstructions '. New Bethel AME Church for the
No. 1 33rd at Moncrief. Road NOTED GROUPS munion will follow.
"' benefit
U.in.only ,. of the steward beard.
PHONE CL 4-9102 Usher Board and Choir Pre
the best quality Other services are: Sunday
: No. 2 Broad at State Street The famous Dixie Humming. Will serve throughout the day. School at 9:45 a.m.; morning s

Or. 0. IS. ltllaett drugs.- Dr.W.J.Graham. PHONE CV 4-9789* Sfrds rf Philadelohia. Penna.. and Tuesday night January 21st service. 11 -/clock: ; evening service

No. 3 Florida Avenue at: 1st Street she GoMen Jubilee Singers of the Rev Mr. Johnson is askingthe at 6 o'clock. The R T. E. L.
tr.- win be choir, ushers and congregation Walker will
PHONE El 4-9367 Jacksonville presented on pastor, pre&:11 the
A Comolete line of nrogram Sunday night. January to accompany him to the sermons for the services. Choir

Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:- Candies -:- Sundries No. 4 700 Block W. Ashley Street 26. at 9 o'clock, at the Duval 1'I First Baptist Church of Mandarin 2 win serve for the service. Prayer .

PRE 1PJ10N8 CAii.cn FOB' AND DCUTEKED TACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA County Armory corner of MarI I i I to conduct services for the meeting will be held Tuesdayat

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I these active Jaxons participating in the ev nt which was held at the home of Mr. and

!a cuaI< Mrs. Jesse Allen. 729 Court E.

In the photo at left are: Mrs. Elizabeth S. Dean, Mrs. Juanita Bivins. Mrs. Beatrice In Ihs photo at right Jesse Allen is se en in the forefront. From left ;;Jack Riley. I

Johnson. Mrs. Annie B. Lucas and Mrs. M aUie Foster. Willie Crawford. Jesse Bellamy and Ronald Wilson.
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*. make yoJng our to ,4 community h our e American s e country outstanding a'better., who and ALPHA KAPPA MU HONOR SOCIETY :i OMEGAS JOIN GEORGIA THREATENS DRASTIC EISENHOWER GORE TO TfENDVASHINCtON ASKS


** I Dr. George

L'BUD'OS ANGELES Calif. -- The A
I W. Gore, president of Florida ,
T-- + TALLAHASSEE--Alpha Kappa Mu National Honor Society will 'No Dud" Protes: Movement received jTLANTA (U) A silt b\ .1 T .? would be b,: t .'Co- all con
L and M. has been
.i.iN6 University,
1ftI hold its 20th annual session at Tennessee A and I State University in : added support last week at Ne;"'1cg to beak down racial segregation i I cerned. :
I Nashville-site of its organization in November of 1937-March 27- i the national level when OmegaPsi I in Atlanta schools Cook said the action had: asked to attend a conference of

29, according to a national officers of the society. Phi Fraternity became the ')ro1.g at swift reict'on; from the 1.- Mde it necessary: for the President Eisenhower's Committee

'I ,: The purpose of AKM is to promote first Negro Greek Letter organi- state: government :Monday, includ- legislature: to "give serious con on Government Contracts it

', high scholarship; to encourage West Vi.-ginia State College and zation to endorse the use of economic ng a th %eat to scrap plans for; f- sideration" to repeal of the law was revealed today.

sincere and zealous endeavorin currently C.vilian Assistant to power to secure the rights lancing construction of 700 new :hich requires all Georgia chili : -
The meeting to be held Jan.
; all fields of knowledge and serv- Secretary of National Defense, that are guaranteed to Negroes '1vjscorns in the city. -en to stay in school until theyare
ice; to cultivate a high order of Chairman; Miss Georgia L. Jenkins under the Constitution of the Un The su t was filed on behalf of : 16. 15 in Washington, will discuss

"' :1 -tc personal living; and to develop an : etary-Treasurer; Dean W. I ted States. f l 28 Nejjro children! who asked in 2--'Totally disrupted! plans of problems inherent in releasing the

.... appreciation for scholarly work T. Gibb3, A and T College; Dr. In a resolution proposed' by Attorney "edcral District: Court that the .he tate school bu'lding authorty occupational potentials of the
7 and scholarly endeavor. This organization W. E. Farrison Bennett College George L. Vaughn Jr., Legal city be ordered to comply with to finance construction of minority youth.

._ "'::. .._..:L..1 it founded by representatives Dean George W. Gore, Jr., A andI Redress Chairman of the Los the U. S. Supreme Court school more than 700 classrooms in the
JOAN WILLIAMS ic of Negro institutions of State College. The meeting was Angeles NAACP the fraternity at integration decisions in elenuntay \tlanta and Fulton County school SAY YOU SAW IT IN

Duval County Vocational HighfC higher learning is now a memberof used as a means of getting ac- its 44th Grand Conclave in St. and high schools., system." THE FLORIDA STAR

School j( the Association of College Honor quainted with the various groups Louis :Mo., the hcme of Anheuser No Georgia school: has boned 3-"Suggested: the possibility"of

Joan is a member of the ic Societies with its founder and and their functions so as to havea Busch recognized the importanceof one iota to integration attemptsand the state withholding funds
present secretary treasurer, Dr. basis on which to work and to the state has numerous laws
10th grade 'class, where she kg the Los Angeles Protest Move- from any school that employs a
serves as secretary of her George W. Gore, ,Jr., serving on have a basis on which to work and ment and adopted the following designed to sidestep or ignore any teacher or official who contrib- Real EstateLOANS
the executive committee. The association for the 1958 Confer- such efforts. One would withhold
arrange resolution
homeroom. She is a member of : utes to the NAACP.
the student council, secretal7"J'the 'b composed of the lead- ence to be held at Greensboro, '"WHEREAS the increased eco- state money from an integrated 4 "Suggested immediate $ $ ,
societies in schooL
of futubule club and sings C ing N. C. The main part of the program nomic well being of the Negro investigation into the question of
and fields of edu- $1,000 $%.000 $5.000 .
general special Gov. Martin Griffin told reporters -
in the glee dob. f centered upon a study of has brought about a new appre- whether those responsible for the
cation. the state "will not excit- $4,000 to $25,000
.++++... ... Honorary Scholastic Societies in ciation of the Negro market in get filing of the suit should be prose- up
.. .. .. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society various fields and areas. Addresses the United States of America; ed" over the suit and promised"we cuted for violating the 1957 bar- Payable $1.00 per mo. per hun
:.w .j.j"ii. with the meeting of representatives will help the Atlanta school dred on unpaid balance at 6%.
; began were
members of
'. given by "BE IT RESOLVED that the ratry law. (Barratry is the incit-
!"..' '<'p> j of five local honor societies outstanding honor societies. These Omega Psi Phi Fraternity' urge board if it calls on us.". ing or encouragement of legal ac Let us help you to complete
: :
ifs&. ':"'.":"' .; in Negro Colleges at Tennessee included an address by Dr. U. W. members of the fraternity and all The city has announced it will tions.) your house or refinance 38
'.': )". i. A and I State College, Nov- Leavell, Professor of Education.George" defend the suit expected to hit years In the same place
: fir. A ; othe critlzens believing in democ- .
i I: c fN ember 26-27 1937. The idea was court within a short time. Can -
Colleg memberof racy to utilize their purchasing
conceived Dr. Gore then Attorney General Eugene Cook FOR DRIVER'SLICENSES
first by
.1i Phi Delta Kappa and Kappa power in a manner to demon-
A and I State urged "the two New York Negro J. P. YOUNGMr.
tt *. dean'.of Tennessee '
Delta Phi and Dr. N. O. Calloway, strate that they recognize and appreciate -
of Phi Beta attorneys" for the NAACP to
il < '. College and sponsor Professor of Chemistry Fisk University those who have a non- Or Learning To Drive Simmons or Mr. Walsh I
Nashville, withdraw the suit and said that
.... .,. @:" ,. Tau Honor Society, member of Sigma; Xi and discriminatory employment policyin AJAX DRIVING SCHOOL Main and Monroe '
-, .. Tennessee and who currently ... ........ >
i.: ;;;
: ; Phi Lambda Upsilon Honorary connection with the manufacture ciple the protest movement and i. ."
4L: .".."A''.:$(!'I'ffl.J' 'I' serves as president of Florida A Fraternities. and sale of their m.r b&i broad enough to be applied to ma IIM vv. 0th "e. Phone EL 0-8014 J
ic i' .". ., =: v' and M University, "Tallahassee. t se.- other industries as the need may Geo. L. Perpena. Dir. EL 6-3391 I.
:t Florida! Dr. Gore determined This resolution endorses in prin- arise.
RUTH D. WIXUAMS through a "questionnaire survey"the UNCF COUNCIL
Duval County Vocational imminent need for organizing


Lto salute Rut, D. Williams oi July, 1837, hs prepared an article BLEWDSMANSHIPOne

lithe 12th grade class. She Is a. for The Quarterly Iteview of YORK Jan. 10-The Na-
1: member of he student council,p Higher Education Among Negroes
tional Council of United Negro
'T'president of the modern bus, presenting some of the findingsof

4C ness club and an honor student t the study. A similar article College Fund Alumni representing of a series on THE:: !; ART OF BEING A GOOD MIXER

4( )#'Jl.JI..Jl.Jf."JI.fsi written by Dr. Gore appeared in 160,000 graduates and former I

't School and Society the following students of the Fund's 33 member ;
<-. : .-,4 1 1tlr
:'Y'.?: >> .L... month. I colleges will hold its 12th annual "
5 "
+ consideration, he
A" : After further k'
+ conference Saturday and Sunday jI V jf4 .' 0i
the founding of ,
'. decided to propose .
:. .L Feb. 8-9. in the Sheraton Hotel .,
so,: If' a national group in conjunctionwith t "
"' .L Chicago HI. Announcement of the '
the celebration of the Silver /
a '.. ..L.. Anniversary of the founding of Conference was made by :Mrs. Leona .'-

,1 + Tennessee A and I State College J. Williams of Chicago Coun- ,.

... v'>.. + which would bring to Nashville cil president Mrs. Williams is a
: .' ...,. '$ from key in- ....
"4 scholars -
." ..... outstanding
.t'" >>. graduate of Dillard University,
,f : stiutions. He conceived of an or- ._
-r New Orleans, La.
.. : ganization of men and women of
J' .
<- would be so at the Confer
p_:,""<,. superior abilities who Principal speaker
organized that their mutual ef- ence will be Lee H. Bristol president -

G LYN.NELSON forts might be coordinated and Bristol-Myers Company who i: m wtt i 1J

Duyal County Vocational .I stimulated.The was national UNCF"campaign

School J organization, institutionsand chairman in .1956. and 1957. He ) I
.Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pep.X representatives in attendanceat will address the. banquet session G ( ) ti/

t sI Cola Bottling Co., are proudto 4 the initial meeting were: Al- Saturday February 8., Dr. Wffla -

:salute Gwendolyn Nelson of d I pha Delta Sigma of West Virginia B. Player president of Bennett VTJ a 61 G .

the 12th grade class. She bJ State College Mr. Carter Ellis College, will be the keynote speaker :

secretary of the 12th grade jj jjj Miss Ashton Ferguson Mr. N. at the opening session. .

class a member of the glee* Harris, Miss Mary Jackson Miss The Chicago Inter-Alumni Coun- d C
dub and an honor student. Helen Lewis Mr. J. C. Evans and cil, under the direction of its president .

faculty advisor :, George W. Moore will be -.
Mr. E. T. Warren
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; Gamma Tau of A and T College host to the Conference. :Mr. Mooreis ". 4(,
Greensboro N. C. Mr. Wil- an attorney and-an alumnus of JIfr 'C -. '....
Congratulations from Pep&Cola liam Fisher and Mr. F. A. Williams Tougaloo Southern Christian Col -g

to these three Merit faculty adviser; Alpha Epsilon lege.Others .
W Awarad winners of Bennett College, Dr. W. who will participate in humor vodka drinks!
p Keep your as dry as your
.* Usten to Pepsi Merit Award E. Farrison, faculty adviser; Tus- the Conference sessions include:
salutation on Pepsi Cola kegete Institute Mr. Albert Turner Dr. F. D. Patterson founder and

TEEN.TDIE"RIIO.. UW faculty adviser; members of president of the United Negro And for the driest vodka drinks of all- Gordon's Vodka. Be rewarded with ooKBLENDSMEN
on dial Saturday Fund and director of the
your the host organization present College
vodka drinks that astonishingly dry
10:15 to 11:45 A3L Averitte Fund William J. SUPREME agree on are
were: Miss Laura M. Phelps-Stokes ;
Miss Lois Daniel Mr. A. V. Bos- Trent Jr., College Fund executive Gordon's Vodka! One BLENDSMAN ...incomparably smooth.

well Mrs. Clarissa I*. Brown Mrs. director; Albert W. Dent, presi- we know put it this way: "It's Gordon's Be one up on NON-.BLENDSMENIfor !

Edith C. Dowdy Miss Frances dent, Dillard University; and Ho- unsurpassed aridity." If vodka is your drink-Gordon's is your
S. bart Jackson director of Philadelphia's -
Roma Ferguson.
Mrs. 0RD0
So be a BLENDSMAN SUPREME brand. You, too, can excel in the art of
G1A Miss Mary E. Forbes Mrs. Sara Stephen Smith Home for
Golden. Mrs. Erie B. Goode, :Mrs. the Aged and president of the -mix your,Screwdrivers and Bloody making drinks-and not influencing .

Pearl W. Core :Mr. William J. Philadelphia Inter-Alumni Coun- Marys and Moscow Mules with flavors.GORDONS -

Hale Jr.. Mr. George Hardin, Mr. cil.Guests dStntto
T. R. Hartsfield. Mrs. Harriet E." of honor will be RandallL. BOOK coiooM VOMAtTMJSTMKX.. V ODD w

Hale Mrs. Bennie Jackson, Mils Tyus former UNCP field director -

Georgia: L. Jenkins Dr. G. E. Lo- and James E. Stamps Sr., VODKA

der ,Mr. Isias Suggs Mrs. Mine founding president of the National ot'pt'aa

1 ''t Upshaw Dean George W. Gore, Council of UNCF Alumni. The .

Pepsi ColaDealers Jr.. faculty advisers.At : presidents and representatives of the name that makes it better .
It' this initial Convention, the UN C F Irter-Alumni Councils ;

-- J.rlIIol. name of "Federation of Scholastic throughout the country and student -

9 w Honor Societies" was adoptedand delegates from the member j. .', -
l.- those selected to serve on the colleges are among the 250 per- ,'\ v WAND 100 PiOOF 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIl 01857 GOSDOfCS DRY. UN CO, LTB UNDO. H. J.

executive Committee were: Mr. J. sons expected to attend. ,. .
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I '. News Of. InterestFrom Sections Of Beautiful Florida : I

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'::00- 6:02 Sign On
:- :. :' ..... '" &: + .',, '*>>5- 7:1iO( Heaven's Road (Deacon
Fred Alexander,
Honorable 7o07:03 News Weather
YORK, N. Y.-It was revealed ,
Grand High Priest.is calling all I .I- 8:0 Morning Caper (Bob '" u3. .
Royal Arch Masons of Duval sw08:03 New Hudson&) Weather recently by Dr. Vincent ..aa

s and '*39.0 Morning Caper (Bob
Nassau St. John,'-Putnam Hudson) Nariello. famous fight physicianand

4. Bradford counties working under .:00- 9:03 New & Weather close friend of
Sugar Ray
I iF
*;}-10:00 Jumpin' Show (Johnny $
the protection of. the Most Excel- Shaw)
n. 94l' Robinson that the former welter-
lent Union Grand Chapter of 10:04-10:03 News & Weather I
Yt 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon weight -king who lost the title to
Iw Florida
Royal Arch Masons,,, of Grace
Y t 'January 11:00-11:93 New & Weather Carmen Basilio.: was not in tiptop
to meet Friday
: P.H.A., II:03-UGO Gospel Train No. l (Deacon

W$4&1- 31, at 8 p. m., in the Masonic 1Z:00-1Z:03 Local Grace News) (Yvonne shape the night of the fight

pc Temple, 410 Broad Street. Daniels) because of an ailing back. tin r
: r, : Y 12-05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne DanleU)
Please: be in uniform and on IZU100 Noontime TuneUme The famous Doctor said: "Four
r'ka.A. (Yvonne Daniels)
6 time. 1:001:03 News & Weather weeks before the fight Robinson
h y of 1:032:00 Compel Train No. Z (Deacon
M Eastern ,
a All
/ ., Grace) suffered an a' ute lubo-sacral
Jerico, Master family are invitedto 2:002:03 News & Weather j
2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Draco sprain while training. In makingit & jI I
.., be present. Grace) -
Come out and get first hand in- 3.003:03 News & Weather simple he said that means he I
3:034:00 Jumpin' Show (Johnny
formation concerning plans for Shaw) had sprained a muscle in the low.
ai 4:004:03 News & Weatner Richard Cnnte and Kathy
the unit. 4:035:00: Jumpln' Show (Johnny er back "The injury was much
Shaw) (Mrs. Ring Crosby) Grant
Priest will be
The Grand High 3405:03 New & Weather the same thing that happenedwhen
above star in the
+ ( ) new gangster -
in his office all Bo-
he training the
; Shaw) was thriller, "BROTHER RICO .
8:00:02 Slen On bo Olsen fight in San Franciscoin ," showing on an allfirstrun
+m',9bi"DRUMMING C:02- 6:05 News & Weather
MT. ZION AME SETS C:057:00 Heaven's Road 1951. program at the Roosevelt

7:0003 News & Weather Theatre Sunday through Tuesday .
ANNUAL PROGRAM 7431:00 Morning Capers (Bob "Robinson refused to have
January 19-31. Co-hit Is
,.., IT UP"-Beaming with pride over their recent catch are these 8:008:03 News Hudson*) Weather the fight postponed because he the new Western, "PANTIIOM

local 'gents and their guest'who enjoy the hours of relaxation that the sport of rod PALATKA, FLA.-The Mount 8:))3- 9:00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob had been critized for postponing STAGECOACH," starring William

I and reel provide. Seen with their hefty catch of Drum fish made at the St. John's Zion Btptist Church, the Rev. N. 9:009:03: ,News Weather fights when he was not in the Bishop and Jim Davis.
4:03-10:00: Jompla' Show (Johnny determined to
Jetties last week are left to right, Hubert Cummings and Robert L. King, both of B. Williams, pastor, launched a Daniels) pink. was go

Jacksonville, with their guest, William Moore of Newark. N. J. Sherard Photo state wide rally last Sunday, the 10:00-10:03 10:0311:00 News Gospel*Train Weather No. 1 (Yvonne through with the Basilio fight on .

___ _u_.__. March Shaw) schedule and I couldn't persuadehim
to continue through
same 11:00-11:03 News Weather otherwise"
9. and the following churches 11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne RINGWClAA..aurp }
ELEMENTARY PRINCIPALS SET Daniels) *He believed he could beat Ba
OTHER ARTISTS have been invited to take chargeof 1240-12:05 Local News (Yvonne SUFFERERS 1
silio the muscle
the services on dates scheduled Daniels) anyway; hopng
BOOKED FOR FAMU 1245-12:15 ,Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) would not bother him too much.It IT YOU HAVE OUT BRITTLE HAIl DANBftOIT.
below: 12:15140.Noontime Tunetlme TETTER.ECZEMA.RINGVORM.OR OTKEft SUM
Yvonne Daniels) was vain hope. Almost from oa SCALP .
( a lRR.fATJOMS. PCKSULAN wu.a.U.roaD
.FOR FIRST ANNUAL CONFABST. Friday, January 11, at 8 p. JIL, News A Weather TRANStTORT
140143 RCUCF: OI Till:SCAUNO
TALLAHASSEE The inter- the start he in
was sharp pain.
the Rev. B. L. Wynn, pastor of 143240 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne I AltO rrcioNG. ASK IOUR DOCTOR. DRDOGBI
nationally famous Duke Ellington Daniels) It hurt him when he tried to box BEAUTICIAN oa BARBER ABOUT rra3ULAN..
Church, his Weather
the abyssinia Baptist 240Z4J Newt
and the Fisk Jubilee Singers have 243340 Saturday Session (Johnny or bob and weave. When Basilio
choir and congregation. p9rsuh'n-
been slated to appear on artists 8haw)* Weather crowded him he was in too much .if"
Clara B. Williams, captain. J40343 Mews
and lyceum at Florida Shaw) pain to dodge." g Hair COMKMU* Inm iw Jc tp
PETERSBURG Approximately 250 elementary school programs .' Friday February 14, at 8 p. m., 440443 News Weather .t..t .ta.ed..rL.K.wut.., -....*.

principals are expected to meet here on January 18 for the first A and M University which is filled the Rev. R. W. Jackson, pastor If 443-:. 540 Saturday Shaw) Session (Jobaay Doctor Nardiello said further,
with some of the best talent avail i
annual convention of the Department of Elementary School Principals the Saint John Baptist Church of 340S43 News ft Weather (Johnny "When we were almost alone in
5435:45 Saturday Session
able.According Orange Park. Sister Edith Carter, Shaw) the dressing: room after the I
an affiliate of the Florida State Teachers Association to an announcementby SUNDAY SCHEDULE SAY YOU SAW IT
Robinson tried smile
The DESP, formed during last I chairman S. Randolph Edmonds captain. .40- .*2 SUB On fight to
Sunday night February 23, at .42- .45 New ft Weather while he talked to me. He reached -
April's meeting of the F. S. T. A. provide refreshments and added "The Duke of Ellington" .45- 740)) Heaven's Boad (Deaeoa 'i
7:30 o'clock,,the Rev. L. M. Jones, Grace) down to pick up a shoe and
Tampa. marks the first time a souvenirs. and his concert and recording or- pastor of the First African Bap- ,:II- 13 Newt ft Weather bent less than 12 inches" I I STAR
concentrated effort for statewideto According to McCoy, registration chestra will appear here January 743-730 Heaven's Road (DeaconLattmore
tist Church Green Cove Springs GlUe)
organize principals. The Pinel- will get under way at 8:30 20, and -the Fisk ,Jubilee Singers 701.101' Gop Sincere
Sister Malinda Swindle, captain. .
las County DESP chapter is host am. with Mrs. Keturah Creal, will. appear on January 30. Other captains are Sister Annie 140SSJ (Live& OSPnn(Oral )

the session. Mrs. Clara Ponde rand Miss Hazel "The Duke" is on a concert tour I Eunice )
ing one-day
Wright! Annie Fairly, Jerusha B.IIe7)1Je
THEME IS TOLD= Lester, members of the Pinellas and the Jubilee Singers have just 940 Jan Revival Center (Bev. !
Davenport, Rosa Lee.Jordan, El- 8. C. .Johnson .
returned from tour of 1..11.
County Educational Secretaries a Europe. Heaven
Th MMiona will be held in 16thBtrvet __. more Nichols, Letha Bryant,. and 11..1.:31 Fir. Gospel singe
ecttool:" mm a the 6"".ureatheme .a.tlal..nAl.Vt the stom. Chmtrmmj* Edmonda stated that (Live Gospel Slnftef)
is "NEW VENTURES. The opening session is slated Shakespearean enthusiasts will 81 ter'Xda'May Alexander. acne-lees "_.'. .r God (Rev. W. B.

t LEADERSHIP." The Rev. C. V. for "10:00 a.m.-with music by the have an opportunity to see the Mrs. Clara B. Williams, secre 10:45-1140: Heavens Herbert Road (Deacon

Ford. Bethel Metropolitan Baptist 16th Street School Chorus, under classical drama "Romeo and Ju tay.FAMUNOTES. 1130-11:03. New Grace)ft Weather

Church pastor, will be the .inspirational -.the direction of James Bolden. ; liet" which will be presented by 1143-12:00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon

speaker. Miss Kha Phrances Dennard, an Players Incorporated, February 22. 12011503HNews ft Weather

All of the presidents and deansof instructor at the school, will be The Brice Trio which features HDaniels). Road (Yvonne ..lt'

the state's institutions of higher guest soloist. The welcome ad- contralto Carol Brice, baritone 1431OO 140143 News Heaven's ft Weather Road (Yvonne

'learning have been invited and dress will be expended by Christ- Emanuel Brice, and Jonathan Daniels)
Brice, pianist, will Feb ISO240 Mt. Ararat Baptist ChoreaRev.
most have indicated ian.. appear on Graham '
they will at- TALLAHASSEE Second semester ( Dallas )
ruary 26.Other 240340 ,Jafeo Gospel Review
tend. The business session scheduled registration starts Mon- (Live Gospel Singing) .
r from artists and lyceum presentations 340440 God's Holy Shrine. (Mother
State Department of Education 10:30 a.m. until 12:30. p.m. day, February 3 and continues Rosa Woods)

officials slated to attend includeW. will include committee reports and during the year are: through February 5 at Florida A 440540 Church of God In Christ
Art Exhibit March 9-15; Florida students Elder Charles Beck
and M All
the'installations. Louis D. Brown University.
Combs, specialist in second- 5:00-: 5:03 News &; Weather
ary education; Mrs. Minnie H. Wildwood School will make the Music Clinic, January 30, register during this period. Mon- 543- 5:45 Heaven's Road (Yvonv

Fields, specialist in elementary report on the constitution. February 1, 2; Negro History day, February 10, will be last dayto Daniels) ,
Week celebration, February 9-15; _
education; and D. E. Williams, INSTALLATION RITES- register with a full load.
National Association of Dramatic *
consultant in instruction. Williamswill Officers who will be installedby REPAIRSERVICE t
represent State School Super- Mrs. Minnie Fields are Clarence and Speech Arts Play Festivaland The Annual Florida A and M TV t
Conference, April 9-11 and
Intendent Thomas D. Bailey. C. Corbett, Anna Woodbury University Clinical Association

Also on the list of distinguished School, 'Fort Meade, President; Florida Drama Interscholastic Speech and Meeting will be held Tuesday '

visitors are Dr. Gilbert L. Porter, John H. Hopkins, 16th Street, first Association, April 13-15. through Thursday, Feb. 1113. E. K. SHIELDS R
e' *
Tallahassee, FSTA executive sec- vice president; Fred D. Calhoun, FL 9-3219

retary; Pinellas School Supt. Frances K. Sweet School, second art, Jordan School, Parliamentarian The Florida A and M University -

Floyd T. Christian, Pinellas As vice president Fort Pierce; Miss ; and Edwin G. Artest, Dunbar i Founders' Day will be celebrated !-

sistant School Supt. Roy E. Kin- Jausita E. Den son, Roadman School, Tampa. f Sunday e ., .March e 9. 1400 WRHC 1400

nick Pinellas Elementary Education School, Boca Raton, third vice District DO DUVAL COUNTY
representatives to be
sponsoredby FEATURES
Supervisor Warner Stickel president.
installed include Willie Brown, NEGROES WANT
i Kappa Iota Chapter of Alpha
an dhis aide Miss Mary Watson. Mrs. Beatrice F Lewis
Curtis Pensacola
W. S. Seabrooks
; Tala-
Kappa Mu will be held Friday, PROGRESS? KEN KNIGHT
School, Clearwater, recording secretary hasse Martin L.
; ,Ferguson, Lake March 21 at Florida A and M .
Steering Committee Chairman : ; Mrs.-- _Janie tt: Wilson, City; St. Clair Evans, Jackson University.The Watch For A Series of Hard -- -

Louis W.,McCoy ,said a souvenir Roosevelt School.'' Lake Wales, ville; A. A Young; Wildwood; annual meeting of the hitting Articles That WID Challenge .: KNIGHT TRAIN

program is on the press.! He further corresponding-financial" secretary; Clarence D. Kinsler, Leesburg; Florida A and M University Clinical Every Negro Who Is g 9 P.M. 12.1 NIGHTLY

revealed that the Chamber Mrs. Florine Abel, Bradenton Mrs. Eva B. Hamilton, Tampa; Association: be held Feb. Concerned With Our Progress. SWEET CHARIOT

of Commerce has provided souve- School, treasurer the Rev. : 9:30: to 10:30 MONDAY .
; Disney Ernest, Edwards, Fort Pierce, .11-13, according to E. B. Chaffee, Written By thru FRIDAY

nir packets for the delegates. Severn T. Jones, Jewett School, Winter Stewart and Cato Roach, Fort Columbus, Ga, pharmacist,who is BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

business, t., establishments. will..1 haven Chaplain; E. M. V.?. Stcw- Lauderdale. president. ERIC O. SIMPSON, 10:30.12 MONDAY thru SATURQAYBUSINESS

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-.ill i'! Y I By C. PARHAM JOHNSON

THE HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS continue to draw q 4 I America's leadng sports personalities of 1957 will be

large crowds to their games. In two games recently in : cited at the 23rd annual All-Sports Jamboree 'of the At- I

t Eastern Nebraska hey drew close to 11,000 fans.: The group CHICAGO-The report that) la. ta Daily World's 100 per Cent Wrong Club, January 31,
t continues to be one of the best drawing- cards in the field heavyweight contender Eddie : ; at the Wallahaje. Ballroom. .-- -

of sports. I Machen end his manager Sid Fla ) The award d'nner will be a Coach A. S. (Jake) Gather of
WILL) PASTRANO. fourth l herty were making plans to aban- ; highlight of three day Festival will be in
Florida Rattlers:
ranking heavyweight STOKES AND don the InternationtI Boxing Clubin which opens Thursday night

from New Orleans, has been I have been selected to berths on order to obtain a fight with _-' January 30 with a "Kickoff Par- Atlanta with his coaching staff,
matched to fight Brian London ': ; and Captain
the National Basketball Associa heavyweight champion Floyd Pat- ty" in the Recreation Room of team quarterback
of England in a 10-round match terson has branded as false by : t 'p!. The 1956 SIAC
at Harringay Arena February 25. I tion's AII-Star team. Stokes, Cincinnati iII the Atlanta Life Insurance Com. James Williams.
the IBC. pany and climaxed with the "Fin. of the Year and star Chicago
I It will be Pastrano's second visit Royals will play for the
is No. 1 contenderand
the al Gun Get-Together Saturday
to London. He gave Dick Richardson West, while Russell, Boston Celtics Bears rookie. Willie Galimore
the man most eligible by 'I night, February 1.
a sound beating at Harringaylast and Nanlls, New York record and performance for an Aa will accompany President George
The club's top award will go
23 out-
October. London Knickerbockers will play for the early title match with Patterson.The William Gore. Jr.
pointed Howie Turner of New heavyweight division is at a I to Jim Brown the National Foot. Others to be cited are Coach

a York last month to earn a crackat East squad. standstill because of the feud be.I I ball League's pro player of the Fred Long of Wiley College, who

Pastrano. CHARLEY BEAMON, the right tween Cus D'Amato. Patterson's I! Year and the leading round gainer has been named coach of the

IAAC LOGART has been offered .; handed pitching rookie of the I manager and the International of the league and Coach Paul year, Althea Gibson chosen top
I $25,000.00 to meet the winner Baltimore Orioles is leading the Boxing Club. i 4 5R Brown of the Cleveland Browns woman athlete of 1957. Hank

in the Gil Turner-Vince Martinez (]I pitchers in the Venezuelan Lea I I It was reported that Flaherty tt and Milt Plum. Coahh Brown will II Aaron, homerun king of the major .-

bout for the welterweight gue. Beamon a graduate of the I I had said he was ready to come % P receive the Pioneer Award and I leagues. Last year these awards -
American is avery I:
championship as announced by Negre League to terms with D'Amato under any I the Cleveland teammates are were given to heavyweight
Fight Promoter Herman Taylor. ;, fine curveball pitcher who terms suggested by D'Amato a listed for the Two Friends Award. I I champion Floyd Patterson and

The welterweight title was vacated uses an occasional change-up. The just to get a crack at the title. .r Two years ago these two sports I I Tuskegee's! Olympic high jump

by Carmen Basilio who won Oriole rookie has put on some The report ndicated that Fin citations went to Branch Rickey champion Mildred McDaniel. Dr.

the middleweight crown from fine pitching demonstrations in herty and Machen were planning 4 fa Jacke Robinson and Pee Wee Charles Ray director of public

Sugar Ray Robinson. Virgil Akins the Venezuelan League.HEAVYWEIGHT a break with the IBC. Reese of tht Brooklyn Dodgers. relations North Carolina Collegeat
has already claimed the title as CHAMPION A spokesman for the Inter m 4 u sI The Rattlers of Florida A and Durham, will be honored for

f the .result of his victory over FLOYD PATTERSON enjoyedhis national Boxing Club said the report rTOURING M University are to receive the his contributions to sports reporting

Tony DeMarco in Boston.INTERNATIONAL 23rd birthday on January 4. was just a rumor, completely W. A. Scott Memorial Trophy Len Lyles, University 0 f

BOXING When Patterson battered (Hurri- erroneous and devoid 0 f the -- -" named in honor of the founder of ;I i Louisville star back, also chosen

CLUB officials held a meeting cane) Jackson in July 1957 to truth. FLORIDA The St. Elizabeth High the Atlanta Daily World and onetime as the football player of the

recently with two theater network win the championship he became School basketball team of Chicago. Illinois has won four All-American star at More.;II year and Elias Gilbert. Winston-

television concerns to dlsNS the youngest man to hold the I national high school basketball championships within house College. A and :M clinched !, Salem State Teachers College,

I propositions for a theater title. He was only 22. He has had: WILDER BOXERS the last nine years. They wonlhe national title in 1949. the SIAC championship with an'(I'North Carolina for his international
telecast of a return middleweight only two fights since he be- eliminatedall undefeated season and then went track exploits.
I 1950. 1951 and 1957. It was this school that
r title bout between Champion Car- came champion. The personalfeud state champions last year at Nashville Tenn.. in- on to win the Negro national in-I President A. L. Thompson of

men Basilic and Sugar Ray Rob. between his manager Cus D' TRAIN FOR JAX cluding Middleton High of Tampa; the Florida State tercollegate championship b y the dub Marion Jackson club

inson. The first Basilio-Robinson Amato and the International Box- AA Champions. The team is coached by Arthur White. drubbing: Maryland State 27-21 in coordinator and Moss H. Kendrix

bout last September was telecast ing Club has kept him from defending former basketball star of Loyola University. Chicago. the famou3 Orange Blossom Clas- Organization Washington D. C.

into theaters coast-to-coast. his title. Patterson's man GOLDEN GLOVESThe Shown in the picture are William Coffee and Robert sic to finish an undefeated sea- public relations firm make these

BILLY PIERCE AND DICK ager has made him one of the Reed (Kneeling). Standing from left: Robert Reed son. I awards possible each year.

DONOVAN both of the Chicago most inactive champions in ring Capt. Elgin Dorsey and Herbert Hayes. The championsare

White Sox led American League history. Wilder Athletic Club Box- touring Florida playing many of the high school .

pitchers in complete games in JOHN ROSEBORO the young ing team will enter the fifteenth teams. Since beginning their tour they have not as yet

1957, each finishing 16 games. catcher who had a short stay annual Jacksonville Golden lost a game.LOUIS .
JIMMY BROWN, the Cleveland with the Brooklyn Dodgers last Gloves- Boxing Tournament to beheld -- ti Going Places

Brown rookie who led the National year before going back to Montreal I I t-the :Main Street Arena TALLAHASSEE Students at

Football League in rushing will have a v e r y good February 10111214. SIGNS Florida A and M University: were
played his last game for a while chance to stick with the West fT h e Wilder Athletic Boxing adorned in their warmest frocks

f since he is to report to the Army Coast Dodgers next season since team was organized in 1952 and and their faces wore signs oi

at Fort Benning, Georgia In the the old Iron man Roy Campaflella since that time it has won the AN AGREEMENTTO I amazement when many "off th.m ) !
I very near future. The former is such a question mark. One following; Golden Glove honor*. witnessed a flu.ry'ot snow for the ... err -
Syracuse University AlUAmerican, can't be too sure' because every. 1952 through 1956 Novlc division first time. Howeve-, Northerners : ss

was the wheel horse fop the time Campy is just about readyto championship. The February PAY TAXES attend the university appeared to : *'p' '
Browns during the last football be counted out Campy comes tournament will be the seventhfor be at ease rs they rushed to classes

season. Brown will Join other back strong, the team. with sm ling faces.GETTINGUPNlGHTS. r i1it r

star atheletes now n the service WILT (THE STILT) CHAMBERLAIN In 1955, the team was the run CHICAGO-Joe Louis the I -- -
II --- -
of Uncle Sam. of the University of ner-up in the Open division." The for m e'r heavyweight championsaid I
BILL RUSSELL, MAURICE I Kansas remains the number 1 team won third place honors in
point maker among collegiate I the Open division in 1956. recently he has signed an I II
basketeers. his illness One of the most outstanding agreement with the federal gov. If worried by"Bladder Weakness"(Getting :
I TJp Nights (too frequent, burning or Itch- j jI
465 99 342. which caused him to miss several amateur boxers developed by the eminent; to make payments on Ing urination) or Strong. Cloudy DrtneJ
Bladder Irritations
and -
1 to Kidney
due common
32-90-87 games which he was not over- club is John Woods, who won the his back income taxes of one and I I ,try CYSTEX for quiet,gratifying

taken in point making. 1954 1955 Golden Gloves championship one-fourth million dollars at the I used comforting in put help.25 A years billion prove CTSTEX safety tablet and
in the 135 pound Open class I success. Ask druggist for CYSTEX under

Watch This Clown' THE play CINCINNATI 36 exhibition REDLEGSwill games and was voted the most outstanding rate of $20,000.00 a year.Louis' satisfaction or money-back--guarantee.WHENEVER -. ?- y 74$4: ;.

I before opening the season at boxer award. accountant, Arthur J.
Woods, last participated with Wilson pointed out that an understanding
5. Field YOU
8 Crosley April 15, against
-.. in the 1956 AAU Tourn-
the the team has been reached
Philadelphia Phillies. All :
6 8 ament won the 135-pound Senior
Florida games will b e played with the Internal Revenue Service Y Y.
6 3 against major league teams. They championship. He will participatein tC,
and an agreement set up. He / lARA
the 1958 Golden Gloves, which ,
will play 13 National League &
will be his last amateur tourna said however, that he wanted to 1
teams. The Grapefruit League
175 29 315 season will open for the Redlegs ment. make it clear that the govern- h.
17- 15 67 Another outstanding boxer with ment has not entered into any '_ -N
l Saturday March 8, against the '
Chicago White Sox at Al Lopez the club is Henry Matthews, a agreement to accept'less than the REPAIR SERVICERadio ,; i
Sometime he's up Field in Tampa. student at Matthew W. Gilbert amount owed. "We have some & Small ApplianceCall
Sometimes he's down High School. He was the winnerof hope that if he (Louis) follows Tht Service Number
t Ho adds subtracts HORACE WALKER a very the 1955 and 1956 Florida AAU the plan "we have. agreed upon -
Ha wvrka It aO around outstanding basketeer 0 f the EL 6-GS04
165 pound championship. the government In a.few year -0-

January 25, 1958.- Michigan has been State dropped University from quintet the ,Walter Matthews, is now training may call matters even. S&50 Service Charge
with the team. He is a student Under the agreement, Louis Financing ArrangedFor
22 39 74 squad because of scholastic.
t at Edward Waters College promised to turn over to the Internal Large Jobs -
eligibility. It was reported that football. OBJ KNOT nASI tt WHO m fiT root won. rm sot t nu rm TOOL
where Service
participated Revenue the $20, -0-
Walker faied a social Science k.* POJTI W CXTW,'AW COUEl KJW CODOIWCtt CAT.
Other members of the squad are 000.00 he receives in salary each t i v
ooars He WIll be lost for the TV SERVICE .**"ftSJimJrim- ,," *
C. Don Frank
Galloway, Isreal year from the International Boxing
Lour rest of the season. Glover, Paul Hawkins, Johnny Club, of which he is a direc ENGINEERS .
1856 Evergreen Ave. and Handsome! Ifs the
CHARLIE TRIPPI, the former Thorns. Earl Burroughs Tallia* tor. I.
University of Georgia football ferro HcTeer, William Myrick t s -

LuckyNumbers star who'starred for the Chicago and Kenneth l: Wilson These, are

Cardinals and retired from play. the fighters who are expected to
Old Tavern
big to- become an assistant coach participate. Kentucky

cently as head coach of the Card The team is under the direction

i inals himself. Trippl. who was an of Coach Junius Guinyard.
Lucky Day*, Lncky Colon to Ray Richards, who quit re-

BY ASTROLOGY AltAmerican at Georgia spent 11 Pocket Flask

Given Each Week years as player and coach whether THE DODGERS FIND -smart way

In Your WeaklyHOROSCOPE Trippi will be rehired by the NO PLACE TO PLAY
GUIDE new coach is something nobody .

Send .$2.00 for your Horoscope knows. SINCE I MOVING- WESTPASADENA to have this fine Bourbo'n.always

Guide with lucky numbers FANS throughout .
CALIF. ,The your tar: with
colors. the nation are calling for
lucky days, lucky -
Enclose a stamped envelope.0 action In the heavyweight divi Los Angeles Dodgers, formerlyof ebonoire hand.
California on Every drop
slon. They are wondering If CDs Brooklyn moved to the Creaseless
city and up to now they CREME PRESS
D'Amato Is
golDgto stall on his "
-0- have to accord-
fighter Floyd Patterson until the play '
ing to the last reports. i: timed tqperfection
fellow grows. stale or too old to t en.e
In. and Mali to: Whatever is done m u a t be N
meet competition that means
done early so that Walter OMal-|
ZODIAC something to the game. His so. ley will know whether he gets d : -- I CURL you hem with a
called :
fight with the IBC Is a gag C 7 full a
Rose Bowl as site years
the a playing ,
P. O. Box 73ZJacksonville the fans have grown tired of and i ebonoirec&CMsantx. l
or hunt for another site. .
1, Fla they are calling for action: The .
The engineers architects and,
The NBC will be called upon to

Name ..............,........ take action in the case If some. cost experts have produced some '
facts and figures. From the re f t 100 PROOFeonwm-oID!

ADDRESS ................... thing-isn't done in the matter. port given it is believed the Dod BB PROOF UGKTII.I.OWII 'IJCD

City. State ................... Eddie Machen Is ready to meet ger boss will pass up the Rose
the champion while his manager Bowl and the Los Angeles Coli KXHTVCXY rnuuarr ao.

Birthday............'""..."..-..... plans for second raters. seum. It is believed he will settleon e e I .-ILC'idOl1oTaSt7110 C04fita'i.: ,

month& day Until We Meet Again, Smooth Wrigley Field which accomo I L ---- .
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slowdown in racial integration Band Parents Club of SON, daughter of the Rev and IN ARGUMENTTwo

process this week got a rebuff James Weldon Johnson Junior Mrs. E. W. Mainor, returned re- ROBBERYBy women employees at an

from leaders of the National High School will present the bandin cently from Washington, D. C, Ashley Street bar became engagedin O. Simpson, managing editor of the local

Asnfor the Advancement of concert on Feb. 25, in the audi- where she was the house guestof a heated argument around FLORIDA STAR who was recently cited by Bethune Cook-

Colored People. torium of the school, under the Mrs. Delores Baughknight Staff Writer ,
knocking.off time Saturday, Jan man College for "outstanding service in Journalism and Ha
heard the cries for Miss Doris F. Payne ST. AUGUSTINE Josie Lee
"We have direction of Ernest R. Wyatt Montague
of them razor
and one pulled a
cooling off for 'slowing down' The group recently held its first and Mrs. Betty' Payne Bowers, Bousley, 43": of Jacksonville, has Jl blade and cut the other one .on man Relations, will be one of the featured speakers on the

and taking it easy' and similar monthly meeting of the year with was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. been bound over to the circuit. the left 'arm.Catherine Civil Liberties Day Program to be held at Mt. Olive AMB

slogans" Roy Wilkins NAACP Mrs. Sadie Gibson presiding, at Walter Veney, Mr. and Mrs. court here on charges of armed ; Bryant, 25, 626 West I Church Sunday Jan. 19 at 3:00 pan.
therganization's heard Hardy Reed, Herbert Scott, William robbery in the theft of $16 froma i c
executive secretary, told which time reports were Duval St., told police she and ---
annual meeting. from Mrs. Mary Etta Miller, McKn'ght Mrs. Doris J. Jacksonville cab driver. Alice Jackson, between 22-

"Our reply is that we alreadyare sponsor-chairman and Mrs. M. L. Martin, Mrs. Montague, Miss Peace .Justice'.A.'Pellicer set 24-years-old Mary of 618 W. Beaver St., I _..... ._ __._..,.-,,.,, Simpson who has been a mili-
and Mrs. Bowers. Miss bond for Jose Bousley at $10,000 tant campaigner for improvementin
going slowly, according to Gadsen, organizational chairman. Payne are employees at Manuel's, and at
law and order. Ninety three yearsPave The; group completed plans for : Payne and Mrs. Bowers are the after V. F. Henderson, the cab getting off time an argument the colored areas and for better

passed since emancipation .the sale of chicken dinners on daughters of Mrs. Violetta Jenkins driver, testified that she and Paul started between them about the jobs for Negroes in private

the next resident of this city. W. Huff, also of Jacksonville, rob- .. '
We think the time is long Feb. 27 and announced I' work. I ..:;.t' industry and civil service wilt
Overdue for us and our childrento meeting for Jan. 31 in the libraryof bed him at gunpoint and drove During the argument Mary Alice ':" i:

enjoy these rights" the school, at 7:30 p.m. MRS. REBECCA LECQUE of away in his! vehicle. The woman cut Catherine on the left arm give a survey of the "job opportunities -

146.?Steele St., is ill in the Duval pleaded innocent to the charges.. denied Negroes in Duval
with a razor blade, police :
Medical Center. Huff previously had pleaded ': County"
indicated. Catherine was .
Contribute GenerouslyTo MR. AND MRS. EUGENE guilty to the charges that he com- j
Duval Center Dr. ',' ".
Medical by ..:.: The principal speaker will be
CLASSIFIEDHELP The WHTTLOCK of New York City mitted the robbery on a lonely !
Gobbs. Catherine says she will
the Rev. I. D. Hinson and others
are in the city on account of a road in northern St. Johns Coun- I

URBAN LEAGUE death in their family. They are ty. He was committed to circuit prosecute.Patrolmen Freddie Mack and ,,:. listed to participate on the program

WANTED guests of his sister, Mrs. Annie court under $10,000 bail. Edward Hickson investigated I include Mrs. Mary Betsch,
1210 W. 5th St. Pellicer also dismissed a chargeof
FEMALE Shaw ,at Rev. R. A.
HELP WANTED MALE Rev. A. P. Postell,
James Anderson,
Young man between of HELPWANTED rape against WOMAN WHO SEEKS Miller. Rev
ages HELP WANTED" 50, a Negro of St. Augustine, who I King Rev. Wilbert
20 and %5. Good 'references re- MONEY FOR FOOD : lead-
Motherly type woman to live on was charged with raping a Uyearold it1.r.* J. C. Sams and many other
quired. Must have drivers license COOKS, MAIDS & HOUSE. BOY FRIEND BEATS ;
Care for S pre-school girL The charge was reduced .
premies. I
*. 7511 Pearl Street. WORKERS FOR NEW YORK boris Alma Twiggs, 23, 617 W. Ing citizens.
children. Apply 2550 Stuart by Pellicer and Asst. State --
age Duval Street told police she went I
HELP WANTED Needed at once for steady Street Saturday afternoon and Atty. Hamilton Upchurch to one into a bar last Saturday night k 1i

SALESMAN positions with good private all day Sunday. of contributing to the delinquencyof where Willie Lee Jackson,. also of .._..................- .- '- .., "_ w. w jAiA

Pull time or part time. Sell families. Age limit 21 to 60.. a minor. 617 W. Duval Street, was and ERIC O. SIMPSON
You will live In on the premises 1. w"l
costume jewelry novelties. Deyour SAY YOU SAW IT asked him for some money to get to speak
with your own room, ECKSTINE SUPPORTS
own ; experience some groceries with but she failed \
the meals and aH privileges. The CHILDREN BORN
1ICOO8S&l7.Vrlte Joseph % to get it. .
Co. 107' East 126th St., New salaries are very high accord- STAB OUT OF WEDLOCK
Doris said when she did not get MAYSCONTRACTCALLS
ing to experience, from LOS ANGELES A court has
York :5, N.Y.ROOMS the money, she left and Jackson HANK AARONHenry
$zoo per month and up. approved an_agreement by which
caught her on Church Street near
FOR RENT I will supply bus transportation STRAND singer Billy Eckstine promises to
Jefferson and started beating and
from your dry to New pay $750 a month support of two FOR TOP
ROOM FOR BENT Ramble Tonight! kicking her. She was taken to "Ham mer 1 n Hank"Aaron
York and guarantee a good sons born out of wedlock.
Modem furnished room. Sin. Sat. Mldnlte Jan. 18th Duval Medical Center in a taxicab. outfielder of
The made be. the
job. Write at once to Mr. agreement was
gle man or couple preferred. ON STAGE "ALL STARS" She is being treated by Dr. Cra GIANT SALARY Milwaukee Braves ,
tween- the
Brown P. O. Box 823 Lakeland 43-year-old night-club the Champion
Phone EL 51109.
Fia. Phone MU 87973. Sun. Sat. Jan. 19-25 singer and Carolle Drake, 84. mer.Patrolmen Bradley and C. will be in Jacksonville for an en-
"SATCHMOTHE She filed suit 13
a paternity --- Monday,
Barton investigated. tire week
!months ago alltging Eckstine reneged SAN FRANCISCO. CALIF. -
GREAT"Life February 3.
on a promise to marry her Willie :Mays the "Say Hey Kid"of In
of Louis MAN IS HELDOS' Hank is quite a favorite
after his divorce from Mrs. Eck- the San Francisco Giants be- kind
REMODELING & REPAIRING -Plus- TWO COUNTS Jacksonville having.set every
stine became final. came the fourth'highest paid with
"Affairs To Remember"Cary A 42-year-old man was arrested of record here while playing
Eckstine acknowledged paternity baseball player in the when
Grant Deborah Kerr :and held for breaking and enter- game the Jax Braves. Plans are being
-:- AT SENSIBLE PRICES -:- of Edward, 4, and Guy 17 he signed his 1958 contract for the-
Coming Mldnlte Sat. Jan. 25th ing a residence and assault and mapped to have him
months but balked at l1lssDrake's $65,000.00.The .
ROOFING CARPORTS. ON STAGE! battery when he broke in and schools and a special "Hank
original demand $l5OO
1958 makes
salary Mays
jumped on the of the for the benefit of
occupant Aaron Night"
SIDING PORCH ENCLOSURE "Cotton Club Revue"ROOSEVELT a month. the highest paid player in the
home last Wednesday Jan. 15. the Jacksonville public.
JALOUSIES INSULATIONUP John G. LaRose, 53, of 1019 history of the Giants. Horace Born February 5, 1934 in Mobile -
Stoneham, Giants did
Phelps Street, told police Dennis owner not Alabama.One .
Sun. Tues. Jan. 19-21 PAINTING but he
name the salary did say brighteststars
McCloud of 1035 Phelps Street of baseball's
TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY 2 New Action Hits the pay would surpas that of
came to his house, entered the at the age of 23.
"Brother Rico" --- And front door creating a commotion. Alvin Dark and Rogers Hornsby merin Hank" had another spectacular

1st Bun REPAIRINGSpecial When he got up .and l entered his : former toppers in the salary season last year and

ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO. RIchard Coat Gangsters hallway: McCloud grabbed him by i bracket. topped off the year by playing

PlUS for January the shoulders and proceeded to do : Mays. 26, was brought up by brilliant baseball in the World
EV 4-4105 him the Giants in 1951.: In 1954: he''
"Phantom _Stagecoach" Will paint one room or entire bodily Series against the New York .
6113 SUDBURY AVE. LaRose led the National League in bat-
said he broke and
1st Run house away Yankees.
Westerly! at big discount.
JAX FLA. Also Serial and Cartoon I "% got his pistol and held it on the World Series. In 1957 he hit I In 1957 "Hank" led the major
A. E. ANDERSON Phone PO 5-4181 ting and led his team to the '
suspect while his wife called po- leagues with 44 home runs and

lice. When police arrived, LaRose .333, second only to Stan Musial. I 132 runs bated in and finished

told them he had his front screen He became the only National third in the National League
door locked and McCloud pulledthe League player to hit 20 or more batting race with an average of

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get RELIABLE PARTY: hOok out. homers ((35)), triples, 20, and 26 .322 He also had 198 hits, placing

The suspect, Dennis McCloud doubles in a single season. He second in that department to

was placed under .arrest and La- led both leagues in stolen bases, teammate "Red" Schoendienst.

LOW PRICES MALE OR FEMALETo Rose was advised to obtain a 33. Henry has a lifetime batting

county warrant. Manager Bill Rigney said Mays average in major league play of

service a route of CIGARETTE machines. No selling or Patrolmen J. P. Branch and R. had a great season last year, but .310. second to Stan Musial

On Your soliciting. Routes are established for operator- full---:- or-- Part M. Johnstone investigated. heis expected to have a greater among the active players.In .

time. Up to $260.. per month to start. $1,100 to $2,0200 cash I year in 1958. the World $cries, Hank hit

DRUG STORE HEEDS required which Is secured. Write, give full particulars and CAB PASSENGER Mays and his wife have pur safely in all seven games, getting

phone number to American Viking Slfff. Co. 1513 chased a $37,500.00 home in San 11 hits in 28 trips to the plate
Foshay Francisco
they will make for a series average of 393. He

Trade With Your Neighborhood 'Drug Store Tower Blinneauolls, Slum. their permanent home.TELEPHONE also hit 3 round-trippers and had
I I CO. He is the .1957 winner of the
Player Award.
.. RITZ THEATRE First Run! : CHANGES LOCATIONConsider Was named to practically

everybody's All-Star team at the

.' DIXIE PHARMACY A 68-year-old man reportedly I yourself lucky if you : end of the 1957 season and has

STERLING HAYDEN hailed a taxicab between 12 and were not among the hundreds of: played in the last three July All-
1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE 12:10 a.m. last Saturday In the Jaxons who I
"GUN braved the cold ear. Star classics.
BATTLE AT MONTEREY"AND 700 block of Kings Road to to ,
get lier
PHONES EL 34597.98 this week to go down to Henry broke into organized
his destination, but instead of goIng the business office of the South.i. baseball with Eau Claire of the
: We Deliver We Also FBI AD Doctor' :Prescription where he '
was trying to to
Bob Hope in "BEAU JAMES" get era Bell Telephone and Telegraph Northern League in 1952 and was

I PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE he Street.ended up on East Orange Company at 325 West Adams to voted "Rookie-of-the-year" and

pay your phone bill, only to discover AU-Star shortstop. At Jacksonville
BILLS AT OUR STORE START SUNDAY JAN. 19th Jesse Foster of 540 Everson that the office Is closed. the next year he hit .362 to
t "COPPER SKY" Street, told police when he got In The fact is that the 6BT and lead the Sally League and was

". the cab there was another man T Co. has moved Into new offices named Most Valuable Player and
AND '_ "- besides the
-- -- driver. The driver
at 307 West
Duval Street corner All-Star second basemaa. He

L "FOR WHOM_ THE BELLS, TOLL"T drove to East Orange and the oth- of Julia across from the Poet switched to the outfield in 1954

er man drew a knife on him while Office Building. Payment of tele- after becoming a Braves regular

The SEAFOOD Center .. holding him around the neck and phone bills, applications for new with less than two years of baseball .
took $25 from his pocket while the
phones and other business is now experience.In .
driver of the cab held a light -- ----
on I
being transacted at the new ad- his first year with Milwaukee -
/ .ltailj.il4jlii.tl him.He dress Henry batted .280, had 69
/l/fc. said both men got back In Dan
Anderson district manager runs batted in and hit 13 homers.
the cab and drove off. The victim -
BEST BUT said the move was made to In 1955 he hit .214 with 27 homers -
was advised to see the Justice -
uiiiiXfSl facilitate plans for expansion.He and 106 RBI's. Henry had a
ROE MULLET Lb. 29c of the Peace.
added: "We have added great in 1956 batting ..328jo
space year ,
FRESH LARGE WHITING Lb. 23c ItEft V\VIi, The cab was described as a'1955 for other departments than the lead the National League and
Chevrolet, black and white New
SPANISH MACKEREL Lb. 29c business offices and room to expand had 92 runs batted in and clouted
Deal cab bearing. license number
LARGE RED BASS Lb. 29c our fidlities to give additional 26 homers. He the
Odt very liberal) Each .co.t II 442 and the cab number was 57. was only big

SALT WATER BREAM -Lb. 29c e.r iags ere co CURRENT RATI I. .red .. to service to our subscribers"I leaguer to collect 200 hits that

SPECIAL: MEDIUM MULLET Lb. 15c poroded S..I- 1.: I $10,000., the. TALLAHASSEE Dr. GeorgeW. year and became the second

JUMBO SHRIMP Lb.Sl.15 AMmlly .. $... 1 2 f1fi 0 fed eel SaYhtp Gore, Jr., president of Florida USHER BOARD NO. 2 youngest player in league historyto

: lags In this .Asso- 2 and t.o.* I...,- A&M University, widely recog- OF CENTRAL CME win the batting crown.
{MEDIUM SHRIMP Lb84c ciotioa which Is The
star is
of the
young one
chartered wed "ce CorporaHe nized as one of the nation's out-
.SPECKLED TROUT _Lb. 43c by I'c tu.penrltcd OF DIVIDEND I U"the sred by .._ standing educators, has been in- TO PRESENT TEA most popular players on the

SALT MACKEREL Lb.49c U.S. Cevciiwtnt.! .
GREEN FLA. -LOBSTER : T"-. 49c dent of the United States, to at- Usher Board No. 2 of Central the most feared hitter in baseball

SELECT OYSTERS ._. Pint $1.15 tend s> conference of the Presi- CUE Church will sponsor a Spir- with the ability to spray hits and

dent's Committee on Government itual Tea on Sunday,Jan.26,from home runs to an fields.

STANDARD OYSTERS Plat 98c niiirv iiiiiAi.Mlj Contracts. 3:30 pan. to 6 pan. In the home of Henry makes his home in Mil.

According to the Invitation the bur and Mrs..Reuben Barnett, 924 waukee with his wife and two

FREE PARKING SPACE SIPS; AND- REAR .Mill Jj < l \ *'.<|;.fifi
held In Washington D. CL, January Rev. Joseph Harper, pastor of BREWING COMPANY as a

THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle 15, is to discuss problems inherent 'Central CME Church will be the SPORTS PROMOTION REPRE.

-' in releasing the occupa- speaker for the occasion. SENTATIVE durng the oft Beason

Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 tional potential of the minority AH Usher. Boards of the city and will rejoin the Braves for

youth. are Invited. spring training in 1953.

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