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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 25, 1958
Publication Date:


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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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
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i AN OPEN LETTERTO A penniless 28-year-old mother abandoned by her husband and Oust AME PastorPrincipal .

CERTAIN AME MINISTERSThis facng eviction from her home attempted to end her life last Sunday,

January 19. .. .'
"Open Letter" comes in reply to a resolution passedat :Mrs. Dorothy Mae King who -- I', --' -

the State-Wide Planning Conference, held in Jacksonville, lived in a rooming house at 714 .
January 8, a copy which was forwarded to the Florida Star West :Monroe Street with her UNDERTAKER e yS

and was printed in the issue of Jan. 18. thre children attempted to com- ,

The resolution, according to the signers, "because of cer- mit sucide by slashing her wrist k

'tan articles ever and anon in certain of our local Negro press, with a razor. I FREED ON BONDIN

which articles contain material that is too often lacking in The young mother who said

official or trustworthy information as it relates to the A. lE. her husband had walked off and t

Church in the Eleventh Episcopal District, we, the clergy and left her several months ago told TAX CASE.

lay members, here assembled wish to submit the following polce she had become despondent I .;

resolution:" because she did not have money'\

to pay her rent and was on the : k
Because the entire resolution Is so utterly ridiculous, as to James E. Whittington well-. .b
arouse the fiery anger of newspeople who find a group attempting verge of being put out .of the', known undertaker of this city I

to dictate what the press should publish and whenwe rooming house. faces charges of income tax | c

should publish It, we have purposely allowed a "cooling off" She was taken to Duval Medical evasion on three counts filed .. ,..,.!
period to pass, so that we might give our answer in a spiritof Center where she was treated by I last Thursday. I ., v ;<' 1
Godliness and Kindness rather than in anger and unkind- Dr. Cramer for the gash on her The 'grand jury chargesthat 5- :' '.'" 4f" -

ness. left wrist. Whittington who operates : h' '
Patrolmen G. R. Henry and M. Whittington's Funeral <'. mS ot4
We are thankful that we were inspired by God to take
Newsom investigated the near, Home at State and Madison
this course; far during that period we were able to see these
men for what they are And now, instead of holding them fatal incident.A r son Streets, "wilfully and .. .- ;,,1' .,

up to ridicule to even the score for this wrong they have doneus knowingly'attempted- to i y+
and the wrong they attempted to do us by suggesting a"boycott" CAB .DRIVER DRAWS i evade and defeat a large I )5F -

of our paper, we prefer to take the Christianalikeattitude TERM FOR KILLING part\ofrth 1 one taxes.oue j _
j i and Bowing by him" to the
and "turn the other cheek" and pray that God will .
OF JEROME EDWARDSWilliam government. ,
forgive them and endue them with more righteousness; that I II 1 Whittington is charged '.
they will be less vain, less selfish, more honest in their de- I
with giving false accounts of
liberations and deeds, more just in their reasoning and judge- Prince a taxi driver, his
earnings over a period
ments and more devoted to the cause of Christianity which was sentenced to serve six months I Principal Charles D. Brooks of New Stanton Senior High School is seen presenting a meritorious
dating back to 1952.
have elected to follow their life's work. band director at the school for outstanding and meritorious
they as to 20 years for manslaughter in service award to K. D. McFarlin
i It is charged that Whitting
We must, here, correct some erroneous impressions.It the fatal shooting of another ton listed his total income service rendered to the school, community and state in the field of music. Looking on approvinglyis

has been charged that the FLORIDA STAR has pubIt motorist in a traffic argumentlast I from 1952 to 1953 at $9,514.04 Miss Carolyn Day, supervisor of Music of Duval County.
25th. This presentation was made during a recent informal faculty meeting and prograjn In the school
has been charged that the earmarks of irresponsibilityand May 1 when his actual income was
appears to have been picked up on the street corners and The victim, was Jerome Edwards ;I found to be $46,908.58. He library during which time several guests from other schools and agencies in the community were

other out-of-the places." 29 of 739 N. Street Ct. in attendance.
way : paid! taxes_,amounting: ol_ ,
Our only answer to that charge is that no one has yet who was fatally wounded in the I 294.99 but it is estimated that

said'we have written anything that is untrue. neck by Edwards. The weapon I taxes due the government I
The "gentlemen of cloth" complains that the FLORIDA used by the assailant was a .22 '' total $11,410.50. LOCAL BRIEFSOVERCOAT ST. PAUL MEMBERS

STAR "appears to be gloating with glee over the problems of caliber pistol. Whittington was released

our Church, and flashng press headlnes advertising the The shooting was the after-'I under $r,000 bond. I __ I I AGAINST PASTOR
struggles of our Church math of a traffic melee between' STOLEN
What our dear brothers must be reminded of is that a Edwards and Prince that startedon I
newspaper's function is that of printing the news, regardlessof the Old Kings road and endedat I THREE INJURED FROM More fuel was heaped upon the hot church fire blazingat

whom it hurts and even though we may personally sympa- the scene of the shooting. I i historic St. Paul A-M.E. Church when the officers filed

thize with the injured party or parties.It Prince I J. Palmer of the Astor formal charges against the Rev. J. A. Roberts pastor of the
was originally charged
must be emphasized here that the news of the strugglesof with the second degree murderof I IN AUTO MISHAPThree Motel told police he was shooting church at the first Quarterly Conference of the year.

the Church which we have printed in recent months comesas Edwards, but later a jury, pool in a poolroom in the 800 W. Unconfirmed reports said that

a result of public demand for that news .. And we found Prince guilty of the lesser Ashley Street poolroom and laid Rev. Roberts was relieved of his It was learned that the trustee

wish to remind our dear brethren that there was a time early manslaughter charge.Indeterminate persons were hurt, one his overcoat on a bench In the duties at the church and would board of the church gave the Rev.

last year when some among you encouraged us to print news sentences, rang- seriously, in a collision at Beaver poolroom, and when he returned not conduct services Sunday.C. Postelle 10 days to act on the

about the the "big flght" that was'brewing And, even ing from a minimum of six and Madison Streets last Wednes- :the coat was gone.A S. Williams public relations I charges. A church conference has

as Jesus said: "There Is one among you who will betray -me," months to the maximum "for a day night, police reported. I witness said Robert Grisbywas director for the 11th ,Episcopal been scheduled for February 3 by

we say here, there are among you some'who brought us Information particular crime, were authorizedby William Ashley, 62. of 1149 W acting suspicious, around the District denied knowledge of the the offcers for the purpose of detidng -

about other incidents to be published. the Florida Legislature ,at its! Ninth St., driver of a northboundcar' coat a few minutes before it was bringing of charges against the a course of action after the

Ah. how the,ahQe'plnch s when if* on-the other foot. 1967 session. Such sentences placeresponaiblity MadIson,.suffered possible missing.. Robert Grisby was ar- pastor.On presiding elder's reply Is received.

Criticism, of the Star's use ,of flashing' headlines and the on the Parole ,Com skull fracture and lacerations of rested but he claims the coat the other hand Rev. A. P. ,

language of a yellow journal breaking a murder case." can mission to'decide when a prisoner the.head. was stolen by a man named Mor- Postell,'presiding elder of the district BOMB DAMAGES *

_only be met.with, these, observations..First has paid his debt to society Ashley's car was crashed in the ris Jefferson. '. refused ta'' confirm or deny NEGRO SCHOOL ,

,,.news! stories are given, the kind of treatment ,they right .side by a westbound sedanon Police said they talked with I any of the reports and brushed of

obviously deserve, moreover 'it would appear that there are Beaver driven by Richard Her- Grisby in city jail and he states ,the telephone interview by ailing CHATTANOOGA, TE N.-Aa

....ensue who expect to" have ungodly acts committed ,In the TEENAGERS man Bachman, 38, of aircraft carrier he .saw a 'Morris Jefferson take ; "I'have seen a lot of church: explosion last Monday of a home-

church and then have them reported in ',the press as thoughit TWO; USS Essex. Bachman suffered the coat he does not know how- fights, I have nothing to say in made bomb near a Chattanooga

'was a Sunday, School picnlo, .-.- We,.wonder, how many re- lacerations of the forehead and ever where Jefferson lives or that matter". Negro school of 3.000wpupOs

member the spectacle ,that was staged at Mt Zion Church last his passenger.,Dotty Maderias, 33, works. caused an estimated damage at

cummer when a trial was held. There was microphones and CUT IN FIGHT of 2010 Broadway Ave., had lacerations i Patrolmen E. Jefferson and POLICE REPORTSWOMAN about $1,000.Police .

loudspeakers that enabled anyone to hear an the ugly charges of the face and forehead. : Charlie Sea investigated. stated that the blast at

half block then there
away : were phamplets and hand- Howard School possibly was
bffl bulletins passed around all of which young teenager was painfully USES KNIFE
gave the trial a circus caused Inside
by dynamite placed
like appearance. stabbed in the groin' by ,another NEGRO LAWYERS SAYS NAACP I IN CAFE BRAWL a piece of metal pipe.
teenager last Monday evening According to a police report a
You dear brethren have it within your scope the opportunity The building one of the largest
to render a great service to the people if you do not during a'fight In which both boys ATTACK 26-year-old woman entered a confectionary Negro schools in the state was
were cut.Witnesses. SEGREGATIONISTS at 635 W. State Street
permit yourselves to be blinded by. selfishness, vanity the' constructed in 1954 at a cost of
reported that 15- about :9:40 Sunday. Jan. 19,
lust for power and recognition and the desire to acquire a : ajn. nearly $2,800,000.Lawrence .
year-old youth who lives at ,929 tnd started cutting on a woman
material ,things Instead of voting on resolutions to de. The following statement Issued by the President
W. Beaver Street was on his way was who was seated at a table talking
nounce newspapers that are standing up for human rights! you
oi the Florida Stale Conference of NAACP Branches In
home when ) with Smith 49 S. 8. Mc
an argument started a man.Juanita ,
would do better to, vote on resolutions to boycott firms and defense of who under attack
with a 16-year-old youth who Negro Lawyers are presently Chester 26, of 607 W. Clelland told police he was robbedof
products that do not give equal employment to our people ] Florida.
lives at 7S4 W. Duval Street by pfO-segreaHonlrts State Street told police she was $130 when he 'went to visit
resolutions to denounce and
officials for
on city county
During the argument the 16- "Reports ,that the Florida Leg- "NAACP attorneys acted illegally seated at a table talking with Maud Dell Solomon and fen
their failure to provide sewerage facilities or improve the conditions -
year-old islative Committee formed to investigate known as Ricco when. When he awoke she was
youth obtained a pocket and unethically" can be con a man asleep.
under which we are forced tQ live that they resolveto
let the ministry be a job of Christian: service to the people knife .from a bystander who lives 'organizations whose sidered by dtzens of this State Della Mae came in and pulled gone and also his wallet.
at 983 W.. Ashley, Street, and,cut who believe in Constituted authority her knife and started cutting He said when he was In the
activities include
rather than one where the salary is most Important and it 11necess&r7 principles or a
the 15-year-old the arm. as another step in the direction her. She said Ricco was an old city about two weeks ago he met
to play polities. course of conduct on the part of
.Jt was then that the .15yearold of totalitarianism."It boy friend of Della Mae's. Miss Solomon in a bar. On his
"of ministers would allow
It Is ironic that a group AME
pulled out his knife and stabbed any person,or group which would Is a recognized fact that She wts taken to Duval Medical return from sea duty Saturday
themselves to be drawn into an.attempt to hinder freedom of
the other youth in,the groin. constitute'Violence, or ,a violationof the U.S. Supreme Court Decisions Center where she was treated by January 18. he decided to visit
the African Episcopal
the press it was in this The youth was taken to Duval the, lows of the State, or which interpret the Constitution Dr. Dobbs for wounds in the left her at 1168 W. Beaver Street
of the Negro publications
which fostered one first Medical Center for treatment.Justas would be, inimical to the well being as being "color blind" when refer- abdomen. She said she has children a rooming house where she lived.
of the news of the
country and pioneered cause soon as' he is released, he will and orderly pursuit of their log to constitutional rights gau- and so' does Della Mae, and Smith said he fell asleep and r

church to the people. be turned over to the Juvenile personal,business activities by the ranteed to citizens cannot be she did not wish to prosecute. awoke to find his money gone
Eric o. Shelter. The 15-year-old lad has majority of. the citizens of this overlooked or evaded by the He added, however, "there are also the person he went to visit.' .

Simpson been placed In the Juvenile ShelLLter. State,? has turned to,the :Florida .State wishing to divide citizens, some things you don't have to Patrolmen Johnny J. Doe. and
Editor and. Publisher .. '
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b Pap: Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week EndfBj Saturday January 25. 19S8 :

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letters to iu.s.MAII

-l" Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. GROUPS'p

\. -.' rc the Editor. .

'"J323 Moncrief Road ............... EL o 4-6782 EL !- 783 1 l

:Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad street-Phone EL 4-3773

EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is an open letter to the a
Mailing Address: ROr Ministers and members of the A.\L&. Church from Rev. J. W.

P. O. Box 661, Jacksonville 1, Florida Armstrong, received by the FLORIDA STAR for publication.

'Erie O. Simpson .......................................Editor __ The STAR Is most happy in this to present community: both whether aides of it any be question on religion

G., Parham Johnson ..............................News Staff. Kr \ f 1_& concerning, politics the or people sports. We are in business to serve YOU, so let

Altamae Richardson .........................Circulation Dept.
us hear from you.
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of the A.M.E. Church:
Member of Associated Negro Press Dear Ministers and Members

SUBSCRIPTION BATES As a Minister in good and regular standing for 42 years as
know what is happening in Florida
One Yesr. $3.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months, $1.80 an Elder. I am writing to let you Miami that we
when we left
We 'thought
L. Greene.
Mailed To Ton Anywhere la The United _States. under Bishop S. returned to the Church. Because we
were free men, but slavery
Subscriptions Payable in Advance..,Send Checks or Money Orders To: stood with Bishop Nichols who was our Bishop and who was framed

FLORIDA STAR-P. O. BOX JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA Q because he would not bow to the gang, we were all demoted and
moved from 788 members and sent to
sent to "the woods. I was
with a dilapidated parsonage.St. .
than 100 members
actually a few more
Stephen paid me last year 53,900.00. Ormond Beach pays ,

ANTI-BIAS COMMITTEE SEEKS .r#., its pastor .an average of $1,000 a year.Father This in is God.quite the a let Rt.down Rev.

isn't it? Is it right? Yet this holy
Sherman L. Greene in his Godly judgment did this act.

COMMUNITY AID TO SPUR Here is what happened to the men that did nothing else but

treat Bishop Nichols like we would have treated any Bishop so

MING OF MINORITY YOUTH accused 1. Dr.: D. A. Russell, veteran Presiding Elder and Church

builder Connectional Character for more than 40 years sent from
Ball was
North Miami District (the District from which Bishop
HaUandale with a little more than

.__,...::__& .... ',""""'" ..,.;;...'S-... n __ elected) to the little Church in
WASHINGTON, D. C. A nation-wide series. of local 1am. 100 members.
A And Determined Can Break Their of the Episcopal Committee
Strong Leadership Grip former Chairman
p&IgDato; stimulate the youth of minority groups to acquire skilled 2. Dr. R. A. King. North Jacksonville- .00 District .iu...
sent from God from
training for the increasing variety of job opportunities being openedto little and a Payne man Chapel a little more than 100 members

than has been urged by..the, Preside iVs Committee on Govern Eleven Presiding Elders were taken down, some of them were:

ment Contracts. Your Weekly Doctors John E. Carey, K. D. White. I. D. Ford, E. L. Pinkney

:More than 500 leaders of business,. craterna1.: professionaland Frank Jones S. L. O'Neal and Dr. T. W. Bullard and Dr. A, L.

social organizations from 38 states and""' the District of Columbia Horoscope Guide Sampson was demoted to a Reverends smaller District.J. B. Blacknell There were S.40 E. pastors Snead

them were:
attended the Minority Community Resources Conference here Jan. moved, among Edmonds T. D. Tyson, T. E.Wright .
Littles H. L.
15 at the Invitation of Vice President Nixon, Chairman of the WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FORT R. J. Blaine, A. ){.J Scott.. T. N. McCray, W. 1.!. Campbell and Rev. H. Y.

President's Committee.The BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL

Committee has found in its work for the elemination of Fyer.Is that what the Church expects to slay men who paid their

racial .and religious discrimination in employment on work performed By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES Budget and otherwise did their duty from? Is the there Church no of help our for choice the

under Government contract, that the lack of qualifiedmembers I widow's son What can o we_ expect_ &- '" d because TOA_
and move to
I demoted
transferred against the law
of minority groups is one of the factors which retard the extensionof sive situation breaking up a go- Sun on the 28th and 29th. It' to be "f
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did our duty -
Equal Job Opportunity.The Bom March 21st Thru April 19th ing team and upsetting your personal would be wise to be particularly Sincerely yours. ; ,

Minority Community Resources Conference was the secondof Think twice before you say or relationships is clearly re prudent when driving travelingand (Rev.) J. W. Armstrong

two important national gatherings the Committee has called do, anything that could upset per vealed. The Sun (early 25th) may initiating new production

sonal as well as public relations inject insidious and'disruptive ele methods. It would simplify mat. is number fifteen in a series of letters froma
within a year to attack this problem. (The following
this week. One seldom knows ments. You can cheat trouble by maters greatly when you enlist Citizen" expressing his views and possible solution
The first conference convened to deal with this of the "White
aspect what the results of one's actions remaining determined to preserve the cooperation of associates. to better relations between White and Negro Citizens.

elimination of discriminatory employment practices was, the Youth may be, and this is particularlytrue peace and harmony even when 360555853363.CAPRICORN. The FLORIDA STAR -

Trainlng-Incentives Conference, held here February, 1957. under these explosive con. other people are not willing. P. O. Box 561Jacksonville I change the fact that they are

At that time the Committee invited from 16 industrial areas figurations. Just go quietly about 4 50 88 13 86 458. Fla. center of public ridiculeas
in the
29O people whom 1C believed could be effective In stimulating the ;your business of amassing goods ,

youth to aim for higher employment goals and to acquire the training and money and paring down ex. VIRGOBorn Born Dec. 22nd thru Jan. 19th' ('Dear Mr. Simpson long as they have division
they would need to achieve those goals. Delegates from each penses. August 24th Thru Sept 23rd and corruption ,
The 25th accentuates the dangers -
4-10-11-18-15-451. that thepress
city included the superintendents of the public and parochial schools The tendency to adopt unortho- May I commend you most I agree with them
their guidance officers and leaders of business and labor. of being taken by schemersor and the Church should be
dox work procedures fad diets highly on the stand you are tak
Speakers then emphasized the responsibility of leaders of Individual TAURUSBorn and cures and other impracticalideas tricks to separate you from ing in uncovering the evils of allies working together for the

communities for the development of programs to stimulate April 20th Thru May 20th is greatly stimulated by the prized possessions or cash. The this community, in the local progress of the people but whenit

more of the youth to train for skilled employment and recommendedthree Plug up all the leaks through early 25th. The cost may also be upsetting effect that this could government and in your local is evident that the Church is
which cash and vitality may escape full of "corruption" and is no
courses of action: measured in dollars and cents if whole and Churches.
have on'your economy
as this quarter promises to
for the
L Action by business men and local labor leaders to provideall b e the most disturbing one you put rust in unworthy persons. on the maintenance of vital ties Keep up this fine work of longer working then the progressof

youths with more opportunities for employment and for apprenticeship Protect your secrets from exposure revealed 26th. You bringing out the "hidden" facts the people, press
month. The 25th magnifies the is further by
has to the people to help
and on-the-job training; by keeping your silence regardless and presenting them to the public. a duty
threats to friendships and econo- would only sending good these evils and report
2. Dissemination of Information about expanded job opportunitiesas mic security especially if you allow of pressures put upon money after bad if you believe That is the only way to combat uncover
and all news concerning this
you. The (28th-29th) stresses. the any
widely as possible among'memben of minority and these evils bring them out In
groups; others to play tricks on you. that speculation or a daring coup
need of Church.
keeping well and unworried
3. Programs In the schools t* convince the youth that new Your spirit of adventure and im- would help to recuperate your the open so your people can
so as to be in a"better The holds true In
opportunities await them and to persuade them to take appropriate petuous nature should be totally position losses or "make a killing." learn about them and study same thing
restrained to carry out your long-term 31 823. them. Otherwise how regard to our city government.I .
training. during this period unless 8-20-33-18- can they

At that time Lester Granger Executive Director of the National you are ready and willing to plans. Impatience could bring re know how to fight them If they enjoyed your editorial about

Urban League said that "not one out of twenty" young Negroes in face the tempest that they could verses. know nothing about these evils. the empty promises from our
a typical industrial community "has the faintest Idea of the vast easily stir up under these provo- AQUARIUSBora The resolution published in last city fathers on sewers and

variety of jabs that are held by members of his own race, or of cative aspects. The price could be Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th week's paper from the Planning streets. Keep up the good work

the much greater variety of jobs that can be held if training is too highS The 25th continues to point out Conference of the AME Churchwas reminding the people and the

acquired.' -SO-77 48-75-355. Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd that be laboring under the most useless waist of politicians of "empty" promises
you may
Don't disclose your vulnerable words I have ever seen. Those I and maybe the pressure will
In the eleven months since the Youth Training-Incentives Con- the illusion that you can better
points to, anyone who may be Church leaders can make resolutions cause them to fulfill some of
terence the Committee has worked with leaders of business education GEMINIBora succeed alone. This conceptionif
unscrupulous enough to take full from their promises.
and tabor and with leaders of public and private social agencies May 21st Thru June 21st i not recognized for what it now until Gabriel

concerned with the elimination of discrimination in employment in- The threat to happy relationsnear confirms advantage of them. The (26th) reaHy is, may induce you to con. blows his horn, and it still wont A WHITE CITIZEN
you are to
chiding both the National Association for the Advancement .of and far has not abated in disappointments open aider breaking off a marital or

Colored: People and' the National Urban League, to stimulate youth the least. This means greater self (2Sth-29th if you do. The other close tie that has heretofore
) reinforces
Incentives programs. restraint comprehension and tol-, bility of financial, romantic the possi-and served you well. You may again ,Do's' And 'Ddri'ts"BUT

Vice President Nixon told ills conference Oat the youth ol erance on the part of concerned.The emotional upsets unless be under the compulsion to seeka
mod that inch 28th-29th not you man- parting of the ways. It seems
minority groups need Inspiration for higher training are calculatedto age to keep everything under con-
It has to in ta. local.oiosmanIttes make you feel better if u if your prestige and place in
bspiratio* "has to come In the home; come you trol. most of an your own feel
the world '
; it baa to come through your various fraternal ant have not exerted your full influence ings. It is advisable to put oftm8king you handle the hinge on how wen you MAVAo
ether organizations and through schools. on the aide of peace and present situation,
your plans too far ahead until eo reflect '
"And today we are making you to do your job by going harmony. This is also a time I the doubts and prejudices: that 1-30-22-23-21-U2. SEP 7iMI65'FIN
: ,
back and inspiring your young people.to prepare themselves to more when travel of any description is exsist in your mind at present (. Y?

Into those various positions as they certainly can and wilL I not favored, especially if weatheror are dissipated *-

"U; you do nothing more, if you could pick out one or two factory.health Delays condttona and are mixups not satis 9 40 6e 38 63 43. PISCESHorn PIN

in communities and help that along the may -. '
young people your own frequent.74066.38637t6.. Feb.19th then March 20th \
way to progress this would have ;made this conference waz'thwhile. SCORPIOBorn The 25th)
suggests tht
I don't suggest that you should stop there. "But at least _Oct.24th.Thru Nov. 22nd could feel rather hopeless' about you

that much ,can be done." As 'success" seems to elude you your coming prospects
despite .
Mr. Roosevelt described the Committee's, objective and methods CANCER at present bec Use' of the early the tact that you may have

end discussed some of its accomplishments in helping to develop Bon June 22 ,Thru July 22nd 25th you may.be tempted to take worked hard and brilliantly to ; .

new job opportunities for Negro youth. It's very easy" to borrow, buyon somewhat drastic steps to'force rise in life. This may be only a .

Mr. James H. Klndelberger, Chairman, North American Aviation credit or Installment plan and people and circumstances to do temporary state of affairs which '

Corporation, reported that his company had adopted an Equal Job mortgage your property to the your bidding. Your competitorscould may be ,for your personal good .

Opportunity policy because they believed in it and because it was hilt; But the hangover of repay- form a combine ,to thwart It you can hold up your head

"good business common sense." ment of capital: plus interest is your 'purposes and your associates and cling to your faith in your-

quite a horse .of a different color. at best would prefer not to self and your destiny.
Mr. Hayes pointed out that Russia's recent scientific and
The 26th thru 29th disclose that take sides when they think 6 90-65-S7-
you Z-G95.
technical advances make it more urgent than ever that the United
explosive situations can arise in are in the Your best
States develop and utilize the full potential of all of its manpower wrong. '
your personal finances and your move at this time is to try to
economic ties with partners,' cre- remain on the sidelines and to Wash your hands before 'r : .
Dr.. Carmichael discussed the importance of joint planning in ditors and social acquaintances If, amass assets. to an fll tending
which both Negro and whilte person wash ,your
and said that
groups participate 570() .
you go along blithely spendingand -44- 8- 42- 574. hands immediately
satisfactory results cannot be, achieved if white groups "plan for speculating. Your labors are *nttA4. '_ the afterward too.
the most Important rule
Negroes, but only tC "they plan together. your surest sources of Income. SAGITTARIUSBora for the home nurse to remember. '

Secretary Mitchell speakng at the luncheon session said that 80 *4 %8russ.t.. The
Nov. 23rd thru Dee. 21st only way to.ah clean is to
"as long as we in this country permit because
ourselves of
: long Neighborhood or labor disputes scrub with soap and water as hot
outgrown prejudices to waste the talents and f acuities'and
Ingenuity | LEO as comfortable
or any orm of contention involving Clean hands help
that we have, we are not going to express the, leadership we should Born July 23rd Thru Aug. 23rd .relatives and in-laws, protect the patient as weD as the J
to the developing nations of the \
express world.
This seems to be the week when could have surprising and upsetting other members of the famfly. ; 1

Roy Wilkins Executive Secretary of the National Associationfor you cannot be cautious enough results. The 26th recommends e .
the Advancement of Colored People and Lester Granger Execu- and in full
control of your every peaceful solutions rather Vinyl covered leather-grained ,.
tive Secretary of the National Urban League, sent congratulatory 0 impulse and acton. Should yon than legal steps to resolve differ winter handbags are suda-eponge- .

telegrams to the Ooaaf reoem. fail, the possibility of an explo earns This is confirmed by the able ITS STILL THE PROPER THING TO DO.:"'



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I Miss Virginia Wyche Weds- Evans Celebrate First Anniversary -c- I

Earl Wilson In( Home Ceremony '-

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I was held In the beautiful Edgewood Avenue home of Mr. and Sirs. '

W. B. Stewart. f

I In addition to members of the club, the following guests were,

,+ present at the enjoyable affair: Mrs. Lydia Sweet Bin. Eleanor Sh _

I Gay; Miss Coatsie Jones; Sirs. Angle Brown, aunt of Bliss Coatsle- -

.Jones, who was visiting from New York City; Sirs. Stable Wright;

and Sirs. Della Stewart.

,4< 4 ft Mrs. Stewart's guests dined on delicious barbecued chicken, I ...........:,.i: ::." Id- "

served with parslied carrots, early June peas, hot rolls, coffee, egg.
and fruit cake. -.. --
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Miss Coatsie Jones
was the outstanding player among the
guests, while club awards went to Mrs. Brooks '
Julia E. ," Mrs Mary :.:., :
Jones and Airs. Catherine Burns I tv. .-. .

Several of the husbands dropped in for a brief' social period .
held at the end of play .
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) The following members of the Omega Psi Phi f Fraternity responded : ....

,- '''.: '. to the call for the meeting held last Friday evening in'' CELEBRATES FIRST ANNIVERSARY Pro feessor St. Clair Evan and his wife Helen are

">; the home of Capt. and Mrs. Rudolph 'L. Daniels, 925 West 24th shown celebrating their first anniversary at the New Lincoln Golf and Country Club. Mr. Evans Is

:: i.;:;'::: i/: :?':,: Street: I principal of the Moncrief Elementary School and local director of Florida A & M University Ex. I

''':<<'::''';''. Ulysses Glover \ tension Services. Mrs Evans is secretary for the Susie E. Tolbert Elementary SchooL Both are members -
Rodell Roberts Earl Johnson
Thomas Lang, ....
.:":, :. of Bethel Baptist Church.
ClIfford Grimes I
8s' "- I Ernest Wyatt, Walter Bryant, Robert Gray, John I .
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O'Neal Sumner Wiles, Robert Robinson, Jr., Dr. Leroy C. Ervin, I .. -.-' ,_... .. ... -
?: James D. Alford* William Scott, D. W. Perkins, Benjamin Kennerly, E! it

Percy Parsons James Lloyd, Dr. Buford KIM, James Thompson, i
: '::..::- and Willie Robinson. 1 {Y.
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"w.' :- Refreshments were available ,to the members, who remained fora ,

social period at the close of the business session.
}t $

Miss Theora Leggins was hostess to the Entre Nous Bridge Club, !,

which met last Saturday evening in the home of Mrs. Paul Bennett, I
1526 West Fifth Street., with the entire membership present. t Y
The menu consisted of shrimp salad served on lettuce, along

with spice drab apples potato chips, and the usual small delicacies +
served on the side ?' rre
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Miss Virginia Wyche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Emory Jackson High scorers for the evening were Mrs. Ruby Humphrey and i ,,' \'
Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear with Mrs. Ruth .
D. '
became the bride of Edward Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Myers receiving the __ :, ",' :.:: <:"::; .
consolation prize. : ;. ., .
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Zebedee WIson of this city, recently in marriage rites performedat ,It<;;:-";. '
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the home of the bride's parents. i '

The bride who entered on the aim of her father, wore a Waltz Our local YWCA was a beehive of activity last week, beginningwith

length gown of white lace over taffeta, fashioned with a fitted the installation of officers of the Business and Professional + ...J ,..wa J. '..M .. #1
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bodle and full skirt. The veil of imported. Illusion was attachedto Women's Club last Monday evening and climaxed by the Sixteenth .> : \t4 ',I+S +}'' ..Cr. "} ;
a coronet of seed pearls and arrangements of flowers. She Annual Meetng of the association, held last Tuesday. : -
bcJ' riM, ; '" ", _$' ,11.d' ,. n ',' p.,
carried showered a with white streamers prayer book of Stephanotis.Miss topped with. white carnations and Bin. Florence J. Dixon Branch Executive Director, installed ... --- :.""''':(' :<..' ,"' ,< '.' -':..:" --5', {.,..<;;...".":',.,.,.-;+---<'- ,-. <. :i.f.:. < ;::, L; :_ '.:.:_:. :,. -.11v -.

officers for the BP&W Club. Included la the group were Mbs Fannie
Bettye Wyche, sister of the bride, .was maid of honor. Blue, president; Bin. Blardgery Steward, vice president; Mrs. Bfr- HOLDS INSTALLATION The Husbands aB Wives Club elected officers at their first dinner

She wore a blue net gown and carried a cascade of blue carnations. : cedes KeUam, secretary Bin. Opal Pottee, corresponding secretary; meeting of the year when on Friday, January 10th they were hosted by Mrs. Benjamin J. Bos-

Bin. Irma L. Lynch, financial secretary; Mrs. Eva Satterwhite, well at her residence on Myrtle Avenue. Club mem ben shown above from left seated are: Mesdames

The groom's best man was his friend, Lonnle Stewart. treasurer; Mrs. Blarvyn Jenkins, business manager MIss Josephine LIllian Cummings, financial secretary; Dorothula G. Boswell, chairman of gifts and special committees *

Following the ceremony a reception was held. The bride's Bivlns, chaplain; and Mrs. Verdle Cruse, parliamentarian. ; Altamese Simmons, vice president; Hubert Cummings, president; and Mrs. Dolly Moore, guest

mother received In a light green brocaded taffeta dress, while from Newark, N. J. Standing, from left are: Benjamin J. Boswell, Morris Simmons, treasurer;
Miss Blue appointed the fallowing ch lrmeJi" for"th* various Osbome, wbo Installed the officers No
the grooms' mother wore a silk navy blue with white polka dots. Eugene new ; and Wlllljun Moore" guest from Newark N. J.
committees: Mrs. Marvyn Jenkins program; Mr*. Mardgery Steward Pictured, are: Mrs. Celleatine Freeman, chaplain; Airs. Martha GItoon, slaking fund treasurer; and
Beth parents wore carnation corsages. ways and means; Mrs. Ellen COnnors, welfare and Mrs. Lillian Mr. Charlie Gibson, Business Manager. (Photo By Sherard)
The bride and groom are now residing at their home, 2382 W. Goosby, etertainment.Mrs. .
First St. (Photo By Sherard)
Mary Frances Walden, who will succeed Mrs. Lois Hill as INSTALLATION SET f CHORISTERS WILL


HAS ANNUAL PARTYAn Members of the YWCA Branch Committee were Installed at Installaton services for the

the annual meeting, and awards were given retiring committee Mather Club of James Weldon
auditorium of the Duval
annual seasonal party of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hezekiah, members in recognition of their years of service. Among the persons Johnson Junior High School, will

the Ladies Auiliary to the Jacksonville Florida and Dr. bD honored were Bin. Mabel Latson, Bin. Florida Dwight, Bin.I be held Sunday, January 26 In -- County Vocational School, will be
Among the unique forms of entertainment -
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Por. Huerta Cortez Neals of Harvard Fleet 1L Alexander, Bin. Ann McGhee and Bin. Pansy Washington. the Gymnatorium of the school. I the setting Sunday, January 26th,

ters, Jacksonville Division, was University and Boston, Massachu- Kimball the for the I recently, was the an. be
Bin. Austin was speaker eventful occasion. Invitations have been extendedto for a musical tea to presented
held recently in the home of Mr. setts, announce the marriage of nual party of the Marechal Neil i
all Mothers Clubs, Dads Clubs j by The Interdenominational Choristers -
and Mrs. Julius Glass, 2825 their daughter and nice Cortez, and all P-TA's of Duval Countyto Garden Circle It was held in

Myrtle Avenue. of Jacksonville, to John Timothy The Deluxe Circle Bridge Club will meet Saturday evening in be guests at tins time. A pro- the residence of Mrs. Annie Fleming | from 4 to 6 p.m.

Friends and members of the Martin of Memphis, Tennessee, the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Washington, 1125 West Eighth gram has been arranged for the 1239 W. 26th St. I The program committee has arranged -

organization enjoyed playing son of Mr. and Mrs. Ocran Martin Street. occasion.A an elaborate program fea-
the evening an August 10, 1957 The affair featured Mrs. The-
throughout Memphis,
The previous meeting was held in the Jefferson Street homeof contest, between the home- turing some of the leading talentsof
prior to .being served refreshments of resa Butler, Mrs. Maggie Williams
Martin is
Mrs. graduate
a Dr. and Bin. Warren Schell, Jr., with Mesdames Mildred Peter. room mothers will terminate the the city.Participants. .
buffet style, with the Tennessee State University where and Mrs. Eva Satterwhite.
Eleanor and Geneva Henderson as special guests. raising ,
son, Littlejohn membership drive. The class appearing are :
president :Mrs. E. Austin presiding she received her B.s. and }{.A. '
beautiful gift as outstanding A gift prize was won by Mrs.
Mrs. Peterson was presented a the highest amount of money of
at the punch bowl. and is presently an Instructor I Mrs. U. McNeal; introduction
; degrees, player among the guests. will be crowned "Mrs. JWJ.; Virginia Alford. Mrs. Butler gavea
Hostess for the evening were at Edward Waters Col. I mistress of ceremonies, Mrs Julia

Mrs. Eliza Glass Mrs. I. G. lege, Jacksonville. She is a mem.ber Club awards were presented to Mrs. Irene Alexander, Miss I Mrs. J. V. Crockett is presidentof dramatic readng from "Dunbar"in Wallace; mistress of ceremonies

Ayers Mrs. Mildred Carrier, Mrs. of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror- Alethia Frazier and Mrs. Ethel Powell after which gifts were ex- the club and Dr. H. J. Greeneis cosume. Beautifully wrapped Mrs.
Mrs. Bernice .White; solo
Henrietta LaGrand, Mrs. Frances ity and Sigma Phi Sigma Honor changed among the members. principal of the schooL Mrs gifts were exchanged.After .
Mlddlebrooks. Mrs. Jannie Wim- Arlene Tolber is general chairman Georgia Lewis; instrumental solo,
Society.Mr. Included on the membership roster of this very elite club are games and chatter a delectable
bley Mrs. Mary L. Carswell. and for the occasion. Miss Judith McBride; solo. Mrs..
Martin served with the Mrs. Beulah Joyner. .president; Mrs. Blarie McKeever, secretary; menu was served.

Mrs. Albertha Preston. United States Army in Japan and Miss .Alethia Frailer, treasurer; Mrs Irene Alexander; Mrs. Evelyn Mrs. Nettle Dorothy Bacon; saxaphone solo,
Guest present were:
words of
Following.,the dinner LETTER CARRIER
Korea, and is now attending Ten. Hmman; Bin. Catherine Jackson; Bin. Meltonla. ,McGriff; Mrs. and Jerome Forest
appreciation to the officers and Harley Mrs. Virginia Alford, C.
nessee State University. Ethel Powell; Mrs.-Iaes Washington. Mrs. Jennie B. Crittenden and, WIVES AUXILIARY
members for their fine spirit of: S. Satterwhite A. B. Charles,
I Mrs. Nellie Lewis.
cooperation through the years HOLDS MEETINGThe Stella Yvonne Ivey,
Gordon A. J. Clemons Mrs. caster Miss
who MISS ,HICKSON s .' s Wiley
were made by the president
Mabel Oliphant, Mrs. Julia E. Mrs. Alice Jones, Miss Auie Smith
afterwards wished each a very ENTERTAINS CLUBMiss Mrs. Mary Lewis Detach gave a farewell party'for her daughter Ladies Auxiliary of the Robinson, Mrs. Margaret Hall, and Miss Margaret HalL

happy- and prosperous New Year. llarvyne last Friday evening in her Eighth Stret: home. Blarvyne National Association of Letter Mrs.- Lila Bronson, -Mrs. Annie The next meeting Is scheduledFeb.

At this point, the *local" coun-. Marian Hickson proved to left the following day on her return trip to Europe. Carriers No. 23, met recently in Huston Mrs. Annie Burnett. :Mrs. 6th In the home of Mrs.

cello Samuel Harper. was presented be a very capable and charming Bin. Olga Bradham Miss Lucylle Glymp. Frank Smith and the home of Mn. :Mary Andersonon Gertrude Nair, Mrs. Fannie Lan. Annie Belle Lee, 1916 Myrtle Ave.

and he congratulated for hostess on' Sunday, January 12 BUss Mildred Tucker were among the many who were present for Spearing Street. The business -
the ladies on their very fine when the Krinon Club of the Al. the occasion. session was presided over by the

spirit of co-operation, also for Mn. 1.. R. Burns.
pha Gamma Chapter of the National president,
the very fine type of entertain- Sonority. of Phi Delta Mn. Ruth Bush, a member was dN

ment. Kappa met in her home. The vice Mn. Irma.J. Villarin entertained in the Les Pleura Whist Club elected to represent the group at

Special guests present were president. Miss Christine Aaskins last Saturday evening in her home on Davis Street.: the annual national convention -Va

three retired porters, Mr. Sharpeof of St. Augustine presided. BUSS< Claride Boatwright and Bliss Daisy Gilliard! attended the which will convene in Los Angeles

Richmond Virginia Andrew meeting as special guests.A soon. Alter the business ..Y4i
Charles After a brief business meetingthe
Jax ,
Blackwell of
Corbett. also of the Jacksonville club was addressed by Mrs delicious ,luncheon of deviled crab, tossed salad, hot rolls, session a dinner was served.

division. Each expressed himselfas 'Elouise Brooks, Mrs. Adrianna deviled eggs, olives, pickles and beverages was served. The next meeting will be held

being a very happy and 'contented Wesson and Miss Nathalie Cle- Bliss Estelle Williams was the outstanding player for the In the 17th stret home of Mrs. s

retired porter and thankedthe monsl: evening, followed closely by Bin. Faye IL Helm. Bin. Dannette Zora Brewer. Mn. Julia EL Brooks

ladies for remembering them. The club completed plans for Howell received the consolation prize. and Mrs. Hazel Lilienthal who
which will be givenon have been inactive for sometimewill
There were other guests present Saturday banquet 25th. Mn. Barbara Walker president of the club, will be..the hostess meet with the group. vr
whose names were not ob at the next meeting. ...
tained. Serving as Santa Claus

exchanged by auxili Don't wear your new costume- TO SING ON PROGRAM
gifts Mrs. Juanita Randolph was hostess to the recent election meetingof
members. Each officer received coordinated hose without first
ary' the Cosami Bridge Club held In her home on Fairfax Street.
a personal gift from .the sudsing them. They'll last longer
president.Have if you do. Remember being Officers elected to serve during 1958 Include: Mrs. Elizabeth :Miss Meltonia Cobb. a member

fashionable doesn't mean being ex. Simmons president; Mrs Barbara Bentley vice president; Mrs. of the chorus at Edward Waters

modernized your travagant.It's Louise Gulnyard secretary; Mrs., Vermal McCone. assistant secretary College will be heard as one of
washday techniques by using cold a good precaution to wash ; Mrs. Lula Courtney treasurer; Mrs J. Randolph, business the soloists for the The After-

water to launder modern synthetic those super-sheer tinted'stock. manager; and ,Mrs. Bernice Henderson reporter. Mrs. Simmons appointed noon of Music" to be presented
not tags extra carefully. One methodis Mrs. Eddie Mae Johnson as committee rtiatrman. January 26 at 3 p.m. in the
fabrics. Then The The Carol Brice Trio win appear In recital at the New!
Baptist program -
to wear them too long between to wear white gloves to preventsnagging Members of the club exchanged gifts after which prizes were an original production of Stanton Senior High School auditorium on Friday, February 21
the Another !SI:!
washings The cold water prevents nylons. awarded for outstanding play. Among those receiving prizes were Dr. C. S. Williams, is all doneIn at 8 pjn. This group of distinguished artist will appear in for the
getting wrinkles c Into man-made to launder them a juice-ehakex: Mrs. Courtney, and Mrs. Henderson song and win be presented first time In this city. The group 1* composed of Card, )Eugene
half-filed with warm'JIO&p ox .
efficiently remove -
not "
but does "' -
fibers deep-oet" soil. detergent suds. -- --> :dirs. Randolph served a delicious__barbecued. chicken. dine.S for its 17th showing in this city and Jonathan Brie. .



Page Four THE FLORIDA STAR. Week Ending Saturday. January 25. 1958

I First Baptist Church Plans 63rd Anniversary Event I

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.'.4'.hn.Nx." ."..u.' REV. J. C. SAMSCOMPLETES


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T p I joint anniversary cele-

N'k N 4; L'n I II bration will be held Sunday,

T: .Y'4s I January 26th through Febru-

ary 9th at the First Baptist

-.I---- !c1 ITT Church, for the 63rd anniversary -
'i of the Rev. James Carl

t Sams as pastor.

Services will be held each even

I, ing during the week beginning

1Jfl tir : with a noted speaker delivering

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the message on each occasion.

,; Various organizations" and auxi-

liaries of the church will be in

I charge of services as follows:

; Monday: District 14 and the

Church School Department. Welcome -

_( I 1 1 J; ? address, Miss Geraldine

__ : $ .i__ ___ r -) soloist.Harris and Mrs. Bernice Austin,

1 Tuesday: Districts 21; Choir 1

and District 2; Mrs. Daisy Reed,

soloist. .
Y iYyS. .fa
y Wednesday: Sponsors, Districts

15 and 16 and Choir 3; duet. Miss

: Frances Jones and Miss Wilma
P Af

V Thursday: District 1; Usher
-4! : -I I Board 2; Deaconess Board. Welcome '

a address, Herbert Stokes;
1 duet, Mrs. Lanie V. Powell and
} : t Mrs. Annie L. Scott.
l .
Friday: Mothers Board; District
= <<_ ...i(.i::. ,...........o :;. .... __ ._ 11; District 6; solo, Mrs. Maggie

SPIRITUAL TEA The occasion that found the warm group above was a Spiritual Tea held Seated in the next group from left, are: Mrs Anne B. Reed, Mrs. Dorothy Byrd, Deacon Barton.

last Sunday In the Whitner St. home of Mrs. Mary Holback.. In the first group standing from left Sunday. February 9th, the anniversary
Arthur Reed and Mrs. Alberta Crooms..
to right, Mrs. Bernice Coats, Mrs Lynett Price aid Mrs Mary Holback.. Back row from left, Mr. celebration will be climaxed -
Walter McQueen, Mrs. Catherine Manlgoalt, Mrs. Ophella Gaines and Johnnie Reese. In the last group seated from left to right; Mrs. Sadie. Bivins, Mrs Annie B. Gardner, Miss beginning with a Family

Second group from left to right Deacon W. R. McNeal Mrs. Annie Lee Johnson, Mrs. Josle Kelly Deborah Thorn and Mrs. Mary Alice Wynn. Breakfast. Other services will be

and Mrs. Mary Lewis. held throughout the day.WHENEVER .


br "BUdder Weakneu" (Oct-
I PASTOR WILL Dp NlghU or Bed Wetting, too frequent
burning or Itching urination) or
II'I For Marriage Licenses Strong Smelling Cloudy Urine due to
Application common Kidney and Bladder Irritations ji)
pc i are as follows: try CYSTEX for quick help. SO years UM
SPEAK SUNDAYThe prove safety for young and old. Ask druggist
1S I John H. Williams, 1353 PrinceSt. antee.for Bee CXbTKX how fast under you money-back Improve. guar

age 69 and Alberta Beamon, \
Reverand W. M. Hill, pastor Rt. 9, Box 108, age 38. REPAIR SERVICE
of the Mt. Baptist
Mitchell Hunter, Jr., 1219 W. Radio & Small ApplianceCall
Church and Moderator of the East
3rd St.. age 25 and Mildred Mc I The Service Number
Florida and Bethany Baptist Association PAINTINGAnd
Neil, Rt. 8, Box 550, age 19. I >504
j. will deliver the sermon
Convention's National Day obser- Lorenzo Mincey. Callahan, Fla., -
for the ..JuniorVomen's District age 28, and Thelma Brown Calla-I $3.50 Service Charge
i w. REPAIRINGSpecial Financing ArrangedFor
I vance Sunday. January 26 at 3 han, Fla., age 21. :

Reuben Bell 542 Everson St., for JanuaryWill Large Jobs
NAVY GOES TO CHURCH Just about the tme President p.m.This program is being observedin age 21 and Pearl Choice, 607 -0-
Eisenhower was delivering his state of the Nation address, Rear 22. paint one room or entire TV SERVICE
commemoration of the found- Odessa St., age
Admiral F. D. McCorkle, Key West, Florida Naval Base Com- house at big discount.
MRS. S. MATHIS ing of the Junior Women's Convention -] Harvey Stills, 2416 W. 45th St.age ENGINEERS
mandant, was telling the Board of Bishops and the Ministers andLayman's in 1928. I. 30 and Maggie E. Armstrong. Phone PO 5-4181 1856 Evergreen Ave.
Association, A.MEZion Church that it did not matter .
All local societies of the dis- 1224 Oakley S t., age 25. I
what nation able to do In the race for missile ,
SPEAKS SUNDAY our was supremacy 1424 Evergreen
trict are expected to support the James Mazeke
we all had to be conscious of the "Man upstairs". Shown in the 21 and Narvil Jean
project. Proceeds will benefit the Ave., age
picture are the bishops present at the meeting. H. T. Medford Florida Normal Industrial and Johnson, 1524 Evergreen St., age
FOR MEN'S CLUBMrs. Washington, D.C.V.. C. Brown Brooklyn N.Y., William J. Walls, Memoral College.ANNIVERSARY. 20. Intensive Personalized TrainingIN

Chicago, HL; Admiral McCorkle; Herbert Bell Shaw, Wilmington, Wm. H. Cherry 968 Baker Ave.,

N.C.; J. D. Cauthen, Norfolk, Va.; Aide to Admiral McCorkle; age 19 and Vivian R. Reed, Rt.

Sallye Brooks Mathis, the W. W. Slade, Charlotte, N.C. Rev A, F. Hooper, host-pastor andS SET 9, Box 905, age 17. TYPING & SHORTHAND
Spottswood, Washington, D.C. BY DEACON BOARDThe Jos. Taylor 1624 Anderson St,
newly elected president of the
age 47 and Marie Chatman, 1347 -cIa see Beginning February 5
Brewster Hospital Auxiliary will Deacon Board of Greater
SORORITY SLATES W. 45th St., age 37. -:- Special Saturday Classes for Adults .:-
be the guest speaker at the meet- SATELLITE CLUB Macedonia Baptist Ch'irch will Willie Wade Harvey 1448 West

ing of the Brewster Men's Club, MEETING TO PLAN I celebrate its anniversary Sundayat 45th St., age 47 and Jean Little, CALL; ELGIN 4-7627
3:30 in the auditoriumwith
Sunday morning, eight o'clock, FOR COTILLIONSoror p.m. 1448 W. 45th St. age 34.
ELECT OFFICERS a well planned program. for Registration Information
January 26. "The Need of Volun- Choirs 1. 2 and 3, and Usher
teers in the Community" will be Arey Chripin, basileus of Boards 1 and,2.will serve during .
the theme of the speaker's talk. Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta the .
Mrs. Mathis who is Dean of Phi Beta Sorority has announcedthat The Satellite Social Club held program.REFRIGERATORS FOR DRIVER'S I
election of officers recently In the
Girls, Matthew Gilbert Senior
High School and a member of the the Sorority will meet Saturday home of Mrs. Honey Walker. 1343 LICENSESOr Special!!

Delta Sorority has participated in January 25 at 7:30 pin. at W. 12th Street. REPAIRED Learning To Drive

the activities of church civic and the Zeta House to complete plans Officers eleced are as- follows AJAR DRIVING 8CIIOOIFJ 7 I ELECTRICAL

educational groups in the com for the new and streamlined Junior Mrs. Annie Turner, president; AU Household ModelsPO 4-0639 11S4 W. 5tb ftlr .
munity with spirited effort. Cotillion. I Mrs. Christine Newson. vicepresident SCALP
The Cotillion Is a bi-annual affair 4-0127 .-o. L. Perpena. Dir
; :Mrs. Marion Hall recording
of the local Zeta chapter. I TREATMENTAND
secretary; Mrs. Juanita Lindsey, .j 9
OBSERVANCE PLANS This year the Junior Cotillion will f S
be combined with "The Blue Re- financial secretary; Mrs: Elizabeth

SET FOR SOUTHSIDE vue" which is a national Zeta project Lee, assistant secretary; Mrs. COMPLETE -

BAPTIST CHURCH Soror Chrispin announcedthat Louise Blakely, treasurer; Mrs.
admission to this year's af- HAIR-DO
Ellen Williams Chaplain; Mrs. .
fair will be by bid and all proceedswill
Mt. Zion Baptist Church south- Honey.\VaJker, business manager;
into the Zeta ScholarshipFund.
side of which the Reverend A. D. go Mrs. Mary June Jackson, critic.
the affair $2.00
By making
Harris is pastor, has formulated and-Mrs. Bernice Wilson,reporter. Mrs. Tabitha TaylorProprietress
"bid occasion" Zeta is
plans for its annual Women's Day followingthe Mrs. Grace Home was elected
set other .
by organiza-
drive sjieduled March 23rd. pattern chairman of the sick committeeand -
Officers elected are as follows: tions throughout the country. Mrs. Carrie FraSer was elect- Oar very Bboral Each accoMt II
general chairman Mrs. A. D.,Harris Members of the Coltillion Com- ed chairman of the social com- antes. aro COMBOaBdod CURRENT .... !. Br.d .p 1. ''I Toby's Beauty Parlor

; co-chairman. Mrs. Vernell mittee are working with the mittee. S. .1- j $10,000 by tN

Taylor; secretary, Mrs Mary Deans and Counselors of the var- Aaa..tly o. Sew 1/} FtoVtol( Savia.slags 1) } 615 Davis Street Phone: Elgin 4.9812
ious schools In ia this Ane 3 sad Loo Lasr-
Hicks; public relations director, high selecting par-
cfatto which h aco Corporation SPECIALIZING IN HAIR CUTTING AND STYLING!
Mrs Audrey Brown; chairman for ticipants for the Cotillion and the
cluttered ..d.
DISTRICT SLATES authorized. by
music. Mrs. Lillie Mae dark; Revue. Miss Blue Revue will be porvbod bt ,ho f OF DIVIDEND a
prorrr"''m. Mrs. Jimmie Lee Davis; crowned during intermission at TEA FOR SUNDAYDistrict U.S. Govssr..t.M act of Coaaron. : :- -:-

beautTcitlon, Mrs Elophine Hay- the Cotillion and several surpriseacts SIRS. TABrniA TOBYTAYLOR, PROPRIETRESS

ward; finance, Mrs. Vernall Taylor will be presented along with 6 of St. Matthew Baptist SIRS. ROSA L. CURRINGTON, )IA.. AGEK
; ways and means, Mrs. Loraine ..I. .he awarding of the scholarships.All Church will sponsor a Spiritual I!
Armstrong; contact Mrs. participants In the Cotillion Tea. Sunday from 4 to 6 1 inn IT\ Eight (8) Trained and Experienced Operators To Serve You

Ethel Merritt; Sunday School and the Revue: are eligible to compete 6 pjn. in the home o/ Mrs. Ethel In A Mordcrn Well-Equipped Shop

Mr-. Vivian Howard; contact, : In the scholarship examina Gieger, 3402 Myrt'a Avenue. A I

Mrs: Vivian Howard;; courtesy, tions. program will be', presented. M -:- -:- -:.
the Rev. Mrs. Amenda Anderson. Full details concerning the affair i District 8 win meet Sunday at I If, I .uira Sfrtrt IMum*F4,Vtt*

The Rev. A. D. Harris is recuperating will be announced. at S a later i, 1 p.m"at 2222 Kdgewood Avenue "WE HAVE A STYLE TO SUIT YOU

at Brewster Hospital. date. -- for the election at officers I

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A tip of the Pepsi Cup SERVICEMEN ENTERTAINED A grand time Is In store for all. The setting: was a get SOCIAL CHATTER Members of the La Pulperla Social Club are seen enjoying the warm
to these together last Saturday evening at the A. L. Lewis Branch Y. W.
t outstanding C. A, when men of the
Jackhospitality of Sirs. Louise A. Holland who played hostess to them recently in her Steele Street I
young Americans, who sonville Naval Air Station were entertained. EnJ)ying the and chatter
games were: Private Frank.
make our country and home. Enjoyng the social chatter are, left to riff:at, Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, chaplain; Mrs. Alta.
lin D. Miss Erral McDonald
Culver lss
(Standing), Catherine Lomas and Private S.
our community a better :Ogletree. mess Wells, vice president; Mrs Louise Holland, treasurer and Mrs. Ora Lee Livingston, reporter
place In which to live. .

JOSEPH CLARK WILL ADDRESS I at Ocala has been ordered to get

.*-*-. 2 MEN ESCAPE:.,." STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION I I additional land before it is ap


Orange County school board to

: Joseph Clark, who is the assistant to the Assistant Postmaster LADY'SMONEY I bypass state regulations and put
General Bureau of Operations Washington, D. C. will TALLAHASSEE The State Board of Educaton in its meeting bare concrete floors in new class

I deliver the main address at the third annual Honors Program which i ii I last Tuesday, approved the appointment of James G. Greene, 47, room buildings. County school
LjI will be held at New Stanton Senior School principal of Lincoln Park Academy at Fort Pierce as president for
High January 27th,
: A 49-year-old woman lost her officials said they will have to
beginning at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. the Negro junior college at Daytona Beach, Florida. Plans were
Special guest and honorees in money to hold when while she she gave fixed it to man also made for ways to finance enlargement of the Chipola Junior eliminate a number of classrooms

attendance at the program will her stock. College campus at Marianna. if forced to comply with regula- .
include all retired postal em- SURVEY Governor LeRoy Collins asked I Bailey said new junior colleges tions requiringtile or some
ployees and members of the i SHOWS SOME WANT Ida :Mae Brown 1687 Fairfax Supt. Thomas Bailey to investigate being built over the state are required covering on the floors.

JOAN WILLIAMS various branches of the postal SEGREGATION LAW Street reported to police that two and recommend a way to I to have a master plan for The state board said it sympathizes .-
service in this area. I men in a 1953 dark blue Tudor acquire 20 acres of land adjoining development and enough land for with, the county's financial
Duval Vocational
County It has been suggested that Mr. Ford' picked her up at the Grey. the Chipola Junior College on tuture expansion in order to pre problem but the health of the
School -tc I
of his recent question- hound Bus Station about noon, which the city of Marianna has vent similar problems. students and teachers outweighs
Clark remain in this
Joan Is a member of the lOth-tc long enough for over him to have area an naire of voter opinion in Florida's Thursday Jan. 16. About 3 pja. an option but no money to buy.I I He said the proposed college other considerations.
grade class, where she serves Second Congressional District
they parked the car in
a nearby
informal conference session with .
as secretary If her homeroom.".. were announced Tuesday by U. S. parking lot and the,three of them
She Is a member of the stu. the male students of the school
Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Wash- .went to Woolworth Store.
dent council, secretary of the'P and discuss with them the many
ington. When
they left the store-
Fntnbule Club and'sings In the; opportunities available to youth they !
Bennett said 79.6 per cent of started back to .he car. She said Light One
Glee Club. in the .postal service. Studentsand
+ those queried favor a law or constitutional she asked one of the men to hold

*****-..*.,.. *.** ** j counselors to ask will questions have an and opportunity amendment allowing her money until she straightened
'CI states to have segregated schools her stockings While she was In
perhaps receive prnted materialand
+ ,. other helpful data from this for children of parents who so the process of straightening her Discover-

., top ranking official. request, if integrated schools of stockings, the men ran off with
the same quality are provided for the money. She gave no description
Mr. Clark, a native of Columbus
.. Georgia, and a graduate of children whose parents request in- of the men.

Atlanta University also attendedthe tegration.
: 1iMPIT1Ihll'I University of Illinois and majored According to'Bennett; 15.3 percent
I in journalism. In 1954. he voted on this question and5.1 WHITE 'MEN ,* ; .. ,. ,' 1 .
4 '' was appointed staff assistant per cent said they had no opin- CONVICTED FOR .
t the Assistant Postmaster General ion.
: l
+ t ; j Bureau of Operations, where he Bepnett's questionnaire was in FLOGGING NEGRO Gives You -

',f': ,11 has been and is doing an outstanding -i the form of a self-addressed postal -
7 L-: .___.-.J; job in the modernization card enclosed in his annual report GREENVILLE, S. C. Last
.. program of the U. S. Postoffice sent on Jan. 2 to all registered ; Tuesday eleven white men, some
-it Department. voters in Duval and Clay .of them admitted Ku Klux Klansmen More Of
Isaiah Blocker Jr. High School
-tc Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi According to Principle CharlesD. Counties, which comprise the Sec- came to trial charged in the ,, ,
"y Brooks, Mrs. Amy S. Currie, ond District. flogging of a Negro farmer six
Cola Bottling Company are .
chairman of the committee in months ago.Indictments.
(proud to salute Linda Hall of The congressman reported that
-tc: the 9th Grade class, where she charge of the affair, and J. Alvin been received and that he expects charge all eleven What You
Clark, postal representative coordinator with to .
4(serves as vice president of her more than 20,000 replies have conspiring commit assault :V
working with the com thousand additional and battery and conspiring to
homeroom. She is a member of several replies -
f the student council and an mittee, several hundred postal employees but that the additional answers housebreak. In addition, five are
honor student. along with their relativesand would not be numerous I' charged with assault and batteryand Change To
friends will be in attendance.J.E.HUGHER .
housebreaking.The .
-tc/ }f..Jl..JI. JI..Jll.Jf. enough to change the results. He
said 150,000 questionnaires were victim was Claud Cruell, 58, Yid

"I mailed and of these 10,000 were a farmer, landowner and Baptist

ac returned for inadequate addresses. deacon. Filter For jLH-
The Cruells have owned their a f.t

100-acre farm about .10 miles : .
WOMAN LOSES north of here for about 25 years. ;/.,: Cruth-
ATTENDS JAX About 15 men broke into CruelTs < proof
More filters?Yes-more than 20.000 filter ,
I home the night of July 21 as he } flip-open
F wfiq MONEY TO TWO and his wife cared, for seven children traps in every tip.Thousands and thousands boxer

CWFNDELL FUND MEETINGThe of a white neighbor. The more than any other leading cigarette. \1 C E r\J: familiar I

children's father was at a hospital More taste?You'll never know how much ; ; pack .

FilM FLAMMERS with his wife, who was confined more'til you light a Viceroy.The greatest 91/1,,. "f
announcement made because of kidney trouble. CIGARa'I ROY
was by tobacco.The filter.Thais all!
-.---....-..- President James H. Lewis, of the ill
.... haven't discovered Viceroy bur a A ,.
HOLMES Afro American Life Insurance Police said records indicate tha ) If 1 wit Clo \

Isaiah Blocker Jr. High School' Company, general chairman of the a man representing himself as SAY YOU SAW'IT todayl! }

Wendell Is president of the 1958 United College Fund Campaign an employee in the IndependentLIfe IN THEFLORIDA
that J. E. Huger, executive Insurance Building and a STAB I tL w.aRmrnu.TM.eCq. I 4
9th class. He Is -'
grade a member assistant to Dr. Richard V.Moore woman comnanion-_ _... ______ met____ n._ woman H__
of the marching] Band,' state campaign director was who had just drawn $400 from

president of the student council scheduled to be in the city for the bank and told her he wantedto

and a member of the honor the meeting. that was set for Jan. get $400 In change. When she Your Neighborhood Shopping GuideTrade

society. -"CIj 2224. pulled out the money she had
PEPSI COLA .4 President Lewis issued a call: just drawn from the bank to

to all chairmen and members to change the money, they took it
* make reports at the meeting. He and ran in different directions.
said, "With the great benefit Rosalie Ford of 969 W. Union Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment

.Jacksonville and Duval County Street told poke she met the two
from Pepsi receive in and work]
Congratulations at
people Hogan and Duval
W. Awarad Cola to winners thes three! Merit aid for many of the students at Streets after she had drawn her Trade With Firms Thai Cooperate With The CommunityLILLY'S

Bethune-Cookman College, Day. money to pay on her house. The
Listen to Pepsi Merit Award tona Beach it was hoped that man told her he worked at the ---- --- -

sanitation on Pepsi Cola the sum of $8,000 or $10,000 ap- Independent Life Insurance Building -
portioned to be raised in Jacksonville
on your dial Saturdays and was sent to get some
10Lto 11:45 A.M. toward the $iOOOO, Florida change. She said he asked her if
goal on or before Jan. 27." she could change the bills for him BARBECUE
after showing her 4-$100 bills.
She gave the man the $400 she 1907 Kings Road at Spire

STANTON CLASS had which was 4-$50 hills and -_ ''lib. -.- r. SINGLETON'SSUPERIOR
the rest In $1 and $5 bills. She)
OF 1958 TO MEETAll said the man took the money!I I i Where ExperiencesPharmacists BARBECUE

and ran north on Hogan Street I I C
iI P r e a i
members of the June Classof and his female companion ran I r p
"iS", Stanton High Schoolasked are east on Duval Street. She said Your Prescription -at Specializing in Ribs and Chicken .

to meet Sunday, January she could Identify the man. ..iAY. cording to, your doctor' a
No. 1 33rd at Moncrief Road
26 at the AJ Lewis Branch Patrolmen W. ,H. Ruby and T. :+ instructions Uin PHONE CL 4.9102
Y.W.CLA.: at 4 pjn. W. Johnson investigated. I.
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the best
only qua t vUr
No. 2 Broad at State Street
_.drug '
t Pepd+ ColaD&ers . I t... L "._ Or.W.J.Graham PHONE EL 4.9789
of No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street
aebOIn""Be t I _-A Com lete Line of:
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I : News Of Interest From All :Sections Of Beautiful Florida I



cf 14 E. Beaver St., returned to to play 27 holes of medal 1 j The Suwannee Social Club elec- r
New Lincoln Golf Mrs. Mildred Redding, co-chair-1
at the
1:00- 6:02 Sign On the city recently from Miami play ted officers at their first busineSS
C2- 1:01 News & Weather Course beginning Sunday Jan. 28 i iaccording man of the annual March of
:057:00 Heaven's Road Deacon where she spent the holidays: with meetng of the year when I
I to J. E. Hutchins, j Dimes campaign, has announced
her and
son daughter-in-law, Mr. ,
tow7:03 News Weather manager: "of the course. j they were hostessed by Miss Cora the need for the volunteer workers .
and Mrs. Herbert L. Williams.
1:938:0 Mornto; Capers (Bob
Hudson) I No entries will be accepted DiV's at her residence on South for the many phases of the I' FERNANDINA BEACH-Father

ao8:03 New'\ Si Weather pur-I Ninih Street, drive. Salvatore Profeta of St. Peter
after 10 a.m., Jan. 26. The
Morning Capers (Bob i.ooi'03 News" Sc Weather 1
Hudson) 6 1:01ZW Gor.l Train No 1 (YvwruirOao pose of the early deadline b-to Elected were Mrs. Ruth Prince The importance of the public's j! Clavers Church met with the
.4- ':'3 News & Weather :+!.( 4
president; :Mrr. Lottie C. Williams support in the drive has been exPressed teachers and parents of St. Peter y
943-10:00 Jnmpln Show. (Johnny !:/+a- (:411 New & Weather assure all players of an oppor-
10:00-1043 News Shaw)A Weather .:(1). i-no Saturday 6haw> Seslofe (Johnny tunity to complete 27 holes of secretary; Mrs. Mamie by Mrs. Redding. "Six i Clavers School for the purpose':! \

1043-1140 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon I:''*. 1.63 News A Weather play. Decatur, trearorer; Mrs. Vera new patients are being treated of organizing: a P-TA. He was '
Grace) Shaw) Mss Cora Davis and funds introduced Sister Helen. !I
Tyson, chaplain; at Brewster Hospital by Mary
1140-1143 Mews Weather '
&:a0. 4 A3 News; & Weather The first nine holes of play :
1143-12:00 Gospel Train No. I (Deacon -J-- Jtw Saturday Session (Jor. w. sinking: fund treasurer; Mrs. I are still needed for their care and He remarks centered L
Grace) Shaw) will be used as a qualifying round gave
12:00-12:05 Local News (Yvonne )::00- S43 SIlO'''' Weath..r with the score to be added to Geneva Stays, sick committee : treatment on the national and around he purchasing of uniforms H--T
Daniels) S 113. 3:43 Saturday Session (Johnn "
) chairman Mrs. Lila Tyson secre- local level Mrs. Redding an-
1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Shaw the last 18 holes. Players will for the students. The designed
12:15140 Noontime Tunetime SUNDAY SCHEDULE tary and Alex Decatur, business nounced.
uniform modeled
be flighted after the first nine was by Cherlye
(Yvonne Daniels) <:08I; U Sign On also Joan Crawford (abvoe) stars
140-143 News Weather :02Nw* Sc Weather holes. manager.The Chairman James Argett is Reed one of the students. Remarks -
1452:00 Gospel Train No. Z (Deacoa .:05- 744 Heaven's Road (Dearoa next meeting will be held sressing the need of public sup- in her latest smash dramatic
were made by Mrs. Eva
Grace) announcedthat
240243 News A Weather '.O 7:03 New Grace)& Weather Manager Hutchins at the home of Mrs. Geneva port to reach the goal set in this Reed and refreshments were film hit, "TilE STORY OF

243340 Gospel Train' No. 2 (Deaeoa T43- 130 Heaven's Road (Deacon there will be four flights Stays, 418 N. Eght St., Thursday. year's March of Dimes. ESTIIER COSTELLO" ( T h e
Grace) Grace) to be awardedto served. Members of the refresh-
with three trophies
30343 News St Weather Golden Virgin), with Rossano
7W1:00 Laumore Gospel Singer Volunteer workers may con-
Mrs. Rosalind
343440 Jnmpln' Show (Johnny (Live Gospel Singing) the winners in each flight. An ment committee are: Brazil, rorniax to the Strand
Shaw) .'ftAI:3J Healing Waters (Oral tact Mrs. Mildred Redding Davis Mrs. Cecil Williams
fee will be cover
440443 News & Weather Roberts entry charged GAINESVILLE NEWSThe 1231 W. 6th St.MEETING. Sunday Jan. 26th for 8e'enda.s
4435:00 Jam pin'- Show (Johnny Eunice Riley) the expense of staging the event. Mrs. Elizabeth Ellerson and Mrs.
Patrons not to
Shaw) 4 T Hit Jan Revival Center can Lillie Hooper. The next meetingwill
540543 News & Weather ra-l040 Bishop S. C. Johnson tell what happens to the teen
1435:49 Jnmpin' Show (Johnny 'e .*.ll:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Sinters We-Do<1 r-Part Club will be held at the school.
Shaw) Live Gospel Slnflnj s a HELD age girl )In the picture. It Is
The Peck School Band
at 3:30 in the High
SATURDAY SCUEDULK Herbert meet Sunday p.m.,
I recommended for adults and
40- 1:1 Sign On .I:4S-I1 Itea".'. Road IPrarorMlo:4J I home Lewis and Glee Club will present a
of Mrs. Kathryn
42- C45 News & Weather i : Temple of God (Rev. W. H.Gra. To prevent spilled liquids heat mature teenagers.' Co-feature on
COS740 Heaven's Road 612 S. W. Fifth Ter. i RECSCLUB music festival for the benefit of
and scratches from damaging a BY this program at the Strand is
7:00743 News & Weather 110.1103: New & Weather
the church at St. Joseph Academy
7431:00 Morning Capers (Bob 11:03-12:00 Hemvn' Road (Dearo valuable dining table, place a Prayer meeting was held Tues- the new Paramount thriller
Hudson) Grate) I Hall Feb. 4. Tickets be
diy night, January 21 in the may pur-
140-8:03 News Si Weather U-4MI-12:03 News Si Weather washable protector pad under- MADISON The RECS Club "ZERO HOUR. starring Sterling -
S439:00 Morning Hudson Capers (Bob :, 12:031:00 Heaven's Road (YvonneDaniels neath the table.loth. One ultramodern Shady Grove Primitive Baptist II of Madison County met at the chased at Lillie's Beauty Nook Hayden, Dana Andrewsand
Church. 408 Beech St., and from the mem-
.:ee. ':13 News & Weather 1:001:03 News Weather trple purpose pad has a home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Linda DarnelL
943-10:00 Jnmpln' Show (Johnny 1431:30 Heaven's Road Yvonne The United Church Women met i bers after Mass Sunday.
Shaw) Daniels) top layer of waterproof vinly : Scott, with the president, Mrs -- ----
10:00-10:03 News ft Weather 1:39240 MU Ararat Baptist Cbnrrfc plastic a middle layer of insulat recently in the home of Mrs.
1043-1140 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne (Rev. Dallas Graham) ESzora Gill Four I Mary Bell James, presiding. PARTY "FACES" CAN
president. new
Daniels) 240344 Jafco Gospel Review ing fiber glass and a bottom Following devotion and business
1140-1143 News & Weather (Live Gospel Singing) of flannelette. Afteruse members were added and Mrs. BE WASHED AWAY TYREPAIRSERVICE
1143-12:00 Gospel Train' No. 1 (Yvonne J:)Itt. 0 GtxI'S Holy Shrine Mother, layer quilted meeting an outdoor barbecue was Kiddies seem to have as much
Besofe :M. Garrison
was special
Daniels) Rosa Woods) it can be wiped clean with a the hostesses, Mrs. Janie
1240-12:05 Local News (Yvonne 4:10. 540 Church of God In Christ guest. The next meeting will be given by fun preparing for a children's
Daniels) Elder Charles Beck sudsy cloth. Leola Seabrooks.The .
Scott and Mrs.
1245-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) 540543 News A Weather held ,in the home of Mrs. Lillie party as at the party itself. So, E. K. SHIELDSCall
12:151:00 Noontime Tooetlme' j:.u S:43: Heaven's Road (Yvons S S S hostesses to the February mothers why not give them the
Blake on Feb. 5 at 5 pjn.Mrs. Weekends
(Yvonne Daniels) Danl.a Mildred SundaysFL
meeting will be Mrs. chance to turn ordinary drinking
Scarlett and Mrs. Alma McKin- 9-3219
tumblers into comic charactersthat
ney at the home of Mr. and Mrs. dress the table. It
1k up party ---- -
Matthew McKinney, Feb. 10. just takes paste colored paper,

'N_ Members present were Alma and imagination.First RINGWORMDANDRUFfSUFFERERS
,4 McKinney Janie Scott, Leola Sea-
paste a bright paper cover
brooks Maxine Franklin, Mary
-:- completely around the tumbler, IF TOO HAVE DaY BRITTLE HAIR CAJtMLOIT.
Bell James Mildred Scarlett
then use contrasting paPer for TLTTERLCZW ...INGWoaw.0&OTHER UOM
Ruth S. Moore, Theola Wilgins OR SCALP OUUf ATOMS. PEX5ULAN WOJ.AT.
cut-outs of comi. eyes elephantears FORD TRANSITORY attar: or THE SCAUMO
walrus mustaches
or bushy
bell, Vera Mae D. Tice, SenoritaK.
eyebrows. After the party the ""
Bellamy, Mary Thomas and
41 Christina Vaught. I decorations can be removed by\I iffersuhiL. .sH. 5
04 6 J' t soaking the glasses in hot :
Sj CondMKMliic fro* u* Scaly PF---
detergent suds. I -.-.-.....*', .. a..gags,.. I
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lk i? kins' entry into the Universityof flaw a rda

1"w Florida Law School is nota

matter of "Integraton," the

student newspaper said editorially -

today."It .

is just 3.. question of giv.
fi k to
} s" i x" S iig equal educaton to all peo- .. { Vyf,ro n

pie, regardless of race creedor M12x' +t a

color" the article titled
"It's A Matter Of When" de.
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I Glared
The Florida Alligator edited
S. ) I I by Dave Levy Orlando senior

II : Harold E. Bobbins, Under Secretary of Labor J. Ernest Wilkins and William 'l'homp..D. ::1 I Ii other commented"We Floridians don't: doubt are prone as most to I!

admit that it is merely a question -

of time before Hawkins

arrives In Gainesville 1400 WRHC 1400FEATURES

a., A The question of public ,mischief -

which the State Supreme
Court Invoked in denying Haw-

kins' admittance last year, we KEN KNIGHT

&jITT4\ doubt. The fact that an ovar-

whelming majority of UF students

said they were not opposed KNIGHT TRAIN

to integration in the recent 8-9 P.M. '12-1 NIGHTLY

board of control survey SWEET CHARIOT

'xS Indicates that sane minds will 9:30: to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY"

[ prevail when and if the day of BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

integration arrives." 10:30-12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYBUSINESS



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THAT 1957 AND 1958 DEMANDS".

FOR SALE OPERATORS:-II". Gertrude Griffins, Mrs. Marion
I Lowery. Mm. Doris Halden Mrs. Route
Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell and Dr. WiUa Hobson and ;
Placer! Reynolds Vice President Richard Nixon Hampton Mix Joanlta Prince Sirs. Grace Gibbons .

Five hundred leaders of business, civic, fraternal, professionaland newly-created Civil Bights Commission. He is also a member of and Mrs. Chrfst en Brown, Manager.

social organizations were In Washington January 15 when the President's Committee on Government Employment Policy.
the President's Committee on Government Contracts held a one-day
In bottom photo, right. Vice President' Richard Nixon. Chair.
meetng mobilize community support In the National Equal, Job
Opportunity man of the President's Committee on Government Contracts who

In the top photo Under Secretary of Labor J. Ernest Wilkins presided at the sessions greets: Hobson Reynolds Philadelphiacivic DYEING and REFINISHING

J center points out to attorney William Thompson president the leader and an official of the Elks fraternal group. Innulble Soles Orthopedic Work

t National Bar Association and Kansas City civic and businesswoman Secretary of Labor James P. )Mitchell, Vice Chairman of the

bin Harold E. Bobbins one of the. exhih1ts on display at Committee discusses son* of the Issues of the conference with I ; 2933 Myrtle Avraoe Fa. Q. .<<.1.K..ttl .

.* the Wniard Hotel session..Mr..Wilkins Is a former member of thePrealdent's"Committee' Dr. Wills Player pre deat. f Bennett College Orv+ensboro. N. OL 4 .

and recently was named a memfJer.of.tbe (lower,left)., .. ft. W11Aoa.,1t 3gr






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I Hank/ Aaron Will Visit Jacksonville February 3w.W I




SAO PAULO Brazil Archie
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Moore, the light heavyweight When "Hammerin Hank" Aaron arrives in Jacksonville

L boxing champion of the world'continues Sunday, Feb. 2, for a weeks stay in the city it will be'a

By C. PARHAM JOHNSON to belt his opponents .F MIAMI The beautiful Miami great day for one of the brightest stars in baseball because
high, wide and handsome as he Springs Country Club will againbe it was here that he rose to stardom as a member of the

did his latest opponent, Louis the site of Ray Mitchell's 1953 Jacksonville Braves.It .

EMLEN TUNNELL, one of the greatest defensive backsin Inacio, the Brazialian titleholder a north-south winter golf tournament Aaron hit major league pitching.
in the biggest fight ever held [ ? V which has been set for was announced that a"youngster"
pro football history has come to the end of the line as in Brazil. Miami February 24-27. was in training at Pitcher Bob Buhl of the Braves

a player. Tunnell is hanging up his togs and putting his Moore's experience was a little k In making the announcement, Waycross Georgia with the Mil- said answered: 'The the only question pitching when that he

shoes in the corner to take up another job. Tunnell is too much for the Brazilian title- Mitchell, a Florida born pro who waukee Braves minor league I that boy Aaron won't hit is the
holder in the 10-round bout in now resides in New York teams and stood avery good
rounding out several years with the New York Giants. He City, pitching he can't reach." That
which Moore was the complete chance to come to Jacksonville
was one of the first tan players to go into professional TO VISIT HERE "Ham. said golfers all over the countryare same year in 122 games he hit
master all the way. Inado put The city waited with great anti-
looking forward to the winter
merin Hank" Aaron the 1957 .280 with 69 runs batted in. The
football. up a good fight but he was no tournament. In recent golf- cipation to see the young Negro
Most Valuable Player of the years following year, 1955, Aaron hit a
FLOYD PATTERSON has be- match for the more experienced ers from all section of the boy from Mobile, Alabama. The
nation -
Natonal League and the home cool .314, 106 runs batted in, 27
the has been mentioned as his opponent Archie. have taken big question was, How would
come unpopular heavy- run champion of both leagueswill part in the com home runs, 9 three base .hits,. 37
Willie Reddish, Hart's trainer The most surprising thing about petition. Jacksonville take a Negro base-
weight champion in the historyof visit Jacksonville begin- two base his, 189 his and scored
Sugar is on his the whole fight was the fact Last ball player?
says way year Joe Roach and Eoline
the ring. The first thing fight ning Feb. 3. Aaron, shown In 105 runs.
back to he top. that Inacio was able to stay 10- Thornton
fans are remembering is the fight the picture rose to stardom as both of Los Angeles Hank came to Jacksonville and In 1956 "Hammern Hank" led
GEORGE STRICKLAND, the rounds with the champion. His Jacksonville won the men's women's titles. the first two or "three he
ring. The first thing fight fans a member of the games the National League in batting
the Cleveland Indians height, reach and youth had United .Golfers
shortstop Association played' ,in the citizens soon forgot
are remembering is, the fight Braves baseball team. From pro with a .328 average. He appeared
that won him the heavyweight secured from the Pittsburgh Pirates their advantages.The Jacksonville he went to the champion. Ted Rhodes, St. Louis Aaron as a Negro baseball player in 163 games at bat 609 times,
in 1952 has retired from sellout crowd was esti was winner
in the professional and of him Jack.
thought as a
championship. It was Archie the Milwaukee Braves wherehe question was being asked, could
baseball. Sstrickland just turned mated at 18,000. Moore's purse ranks. Dr: H.
Moore, the light heavyweight has been a star performer M. Holmes Atlanta, sonville Braves player.As scored 106 runs, 200 hits, 34 two
32 broke into the Naional was estimated at 22000. is
champion. His next fight was from the day he entered the defending champion in the a Jacksonville player he base hits, 14 three base hits, 99
with Tommy (Hurricane) Jack win Pittsburgh in 1950. Last sea. lineup to the end of the 1957: senior men's division. played in 137 games. He went to runs batted in.

son, and what kind of a record eon he played in 89 games and lost his fight. In defeating Tur- season. At tne close of the In previous years, Dick Gard- bat 57* times, 208 hits, 36 two Hank has played in the last

did Jackson have? His next fight batted .234 His best year at bat ner Martinez won a chance to season Hank was employed by ner and Sam Woodson U. S. base hits, 14 three base hits, 22 three All-Star games and in 1957

was with Pete Rademacher since joining the Indians was meet Isaac Logart another highly :Miller Brewing Company as Army, have been divisional winners home runs 125 runs batted in was named to pratically every-

strictly an amateur. Since Rade. 1953 when he batted .284. classed fighter in the welter divi. Sports Promotion Representative. in the tournament which and posted a .362 batting aver. body's All-Star selection at the
macher, nobody. They are now MINNIE MINOSO the hard- sion. The battle goes on and on Hank is the son-in-law of been such well-known namesas age to lead the South Atlantic end of the 1957 season. His life

working up a fight with Zora hitting outfielder of the Cleveland in trying to find a successor to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lucas of Jackie Robinson, Don New. League. He was chosen as the time batting average is .310,

FoDey. the No. 2 ranking heavy Indians secured from the Chicago the vacated welterweight crown Jacksonville combe Billy EcksUne and Arthur league's Most Valuable Playerand second only to the mighty "Stan

weight contender. Will Cus D'Am- White Sox has been offered ${O, vacated by Carmen Basilio who Prysock as entries.A the All-Star second baseman. The Man" Musial of the St. Louis

ato his manager continue to 000.00 by Frank Lane the new won the middleweight crown from large number of social eventsare Aaron had more interest in Cardinals.At .

force Patterson into the back- I General Manager of the Cleveland Sugar Ray Robinson. There is planned for the period of Jacksonville than just a baseball the end of the 1957 season
ground with his fight with the.I Indians. The40,000.00 contract still a wild scramble in the wel- I tournament. player. He became the husbandof he was employed by Miller Brew-
i IBC.? calls for 5000.00 more than terweight division. Miss Barbara Lucas, daughterof ing Company as Sports Promotion .

AL SMITH, the one-time prideof what he received with the White Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lucas of Representative. He will rejoin -
ARCHIE MOORE, the light
the Cleveland' Indians and Sox.BOB heavyweight champion who be- EMLEN TUNNELL Jacksonville.In his team in April for spring

finally booed out of Cleveland SATTERFIELD the lieves constant fighting matcheshas 1934 the parent club called training for the 1958 season.
signed his 1958 contract with the heavyweight boxer has given up the him up to Milwaukee where he : Elaborate plans are being per-
edge over long training
Chicago White Sox. Smith, who boxing. He quit because of a periods continue to belt away A.S.; CATCHER QUITS FOOTBALLFOR was a bench warmer until he got fected for his entertainment dur-

came to Chicago along with detached retina which threatensloss with opponents after opponents.His his first big chance when Andy ing his stay in the city. It is the

pitcher Early Wynn in exchangefor of sight in his left eye. Bob I latest match was a non-title Pafco, the Braves right fielder purpose of the arrangement com-

outfielder Minnie Minoso and was advised by an eye specialistnot bout with Luis Ignacio, Brazilian PHILADELPHIA. Pa. A. S. BUSINESSNEW broke his leg. He was sent in to mittee to see that the schoolchildren
I utility Infielder Fred Hatfield. to ever fight again. heavyweight. "Jake" Gaither athletic director take over the position and from and the public have an

Smith compiled a .284 batting JOHNNY ANTONELLI, of the and head coach at Florida A & M then on Pafco became the bench opportunity to see one of the

average in his four seasons with San Francisco Giants was a very IIOOAX (Kid) BASSEY, who University, was honored duringthe YORK warmer and Aaron became the foremost athletes of our time.
the Cleveland Club. dissatisfied with his 1958 contract won world-wide acclaim when he annual meeting of the American ")tr. Offense Emlen Tunnell Braves rightfielder. Hank will be warmly welcomedAll
on Defense" '
THREE FEDERAL COURT The Giants southpaw pitcher became the first Nigerian ever Football Coaches Associa- the New York of over the baseball front, the in Jacksonville
to win a world boxing title, will Giants has bowed
JUDGES are hearing the case said he was not satisfied out of
tion.The professional football after .i _
he make his first major appearancein honor to*the A &-,M- '
on a suit which attacks Louisi- because he did not think de- came : ten years In professional footbalL
ana'a sports segregation law. Joe served a cut. He said his recordof the ring since winning the coach for winning the mythical As a defensive You're ;
featherweight title when,he faces Football Cham- specialist, his 31 looking. .
12 wins and 18 losses doesn'ttell National Negro
Dorsey, New Orleans light heavy- punt returns in a single seasonis
of in
the full story of 1957mIblY Pierre Cossemyns Belgium pionship and was seated along
weight boxer, 'filed the suit. league record and is matched
GARNET SUGAR HART, who FOX who one time a non-title bout in LiverpooLAfter with the other celebrants who only by his 67 pass interceptions. h

1 won't be 21 until next month is during his baseball career was the bout, Bassey plans to I received national recognition in Halfbacks and' ends will not
and South
the United States
already tabbed a top welter- one of the most feared batters in tour football during 1957. mourn the retirement of the

weight contender. Hart showedso baseball and ranked next to Babe America. Seated at the champions table veteran bone crusher. rr y .
much promise in defeating Ruth in home runs is reportedto THE LOS ANGELES DOD- along with Gaither were Woody For over a decade he has been f n '

Larry Baker that Kid Gavilan be jobless and broke. Fox, who GERS appear to be all set on a Hayes of Ohio State University, one of the greatest defensive
playing site at last, but there winner of the International News
made $250,000 out of baseball backs to ever play pro football. l
several details to be
says he doesn't know where he are yet Service National Championshipand Tunnell will be greatly missed by
17-36-49 is going nor what he is goin to worked out. It is expected that the Rose Bowl; Ralph (Shug) .the Giants and even opposing

do. His baseball career ended in whatever details yet to be arranged Jordan of Auburn University. As- players who had so much trouble

89214357Watch 1945 when he was playing with will be done so immediately. sociated Press poll winner as with the great defensive star
The have signed to
Phillies. The Hall Dodgers coach of the Bud Wilkersonof
the Philadelphia year. they held a
high for
15 for the 195S respect his
This Clown of Fame member is not eligiblefor I players Oklahoma, Big Eight cham- ability and clean sportsmanship.Emlen / II

I a player's pension becausehe season. UNIVERSITY: pionship winner and Fred Longof was just as popular on r jlvl
quit playing one year before with- Wiley College, Southwest Con the West Coast as he is on the
3 7 the pension plan came into effect. JAYIIAWKS appeared lost ference winner. Eastern Seaboard. He has playedin r

r. AL LOPEZ, manager of the out their big scoring ace, Wilt Gaither holds the distinction of every Pro-Bowl game, an

5 2 Chicago White Sox has served (The Stilt) Chamberlain.nations Cham-inter being a member of the Rules honor enjoyed by only a very t

3 2 notice to the other members of berlain was the Committee of the American Foot- few players.

I the American: League that his collegiate point of Cincinnati getter until Univer-Oscar ball Coaches Association which is Ten years ago he was laid flat {
club cinch to'win the penantin Robertson headed ex-Columbia Univer.
92-SO-S s a by on his back after foolishly tryingto
dethroned him. Since Cham-
1958. He is basing his predict eity city coach Lou Little He received field a.punt on..the three,yard
berlain back Into
341-26-639 tions on the securing of pitcher got several ballots in the Coach of line *as a' half dozen ,Pittsburgh

Sometime he's upbe' Early 'Wynn from the Cleveland Jayhawks NATIONAL are On LEAGUE the move BASE-again. the Year poll of>,-top ranking Steelers closed ra on -him he BL N1JSMANSHIP'

Sometime .down Indians and Al Smith of the same to sportswiriters and coaches .conducted didn't thinlr'he would :ever play --
BALL TEAMS are beginning
Ha **0*. subtracts: team. Pitcher Ray Moore, infielder the Milwaukee by ,the New York World- pro football aPIn. He:;suffered in action:! .
Be w rks tt-.8 ..... sComDg Billy Goodman and out. map strategy to stop Telegram and SUn several broken ribs In-th&t'e

Attraction fielder Tito ,Francona from the teams Braves,have but been American doing The 27J1,:Rattler>"Victory over but tU.was a. great, lesson 'for :For Vodka drinks with happy_blending! mix with6oIwoffsYoD&
Baltimore Orioles. He said be League the Maryland State:tHawks In the him and he went on iromtiim

i 15-23-14 had'the'beat. pitching staff In the that for yean with the Yankees. Orange ..Blossom. Classic gave tobecome, the-:Natlona1-Leasue'a 1 -

American league.dLJTURNER. Gaither ,his first, undefeated and top "defeasivi star. _
I.. who was given ''SAY YOU, SAW IT untied season since: he became Experts have said that should
another opportunity to move up head coach:of the FAMU.Battlers Emlen '
Tjmnell 'Jto M;.VreH :inane )
...the that
Jj ferJ
..y W I a little,higher .in; the welter- IN THE I back ;In 1945.- R ,was .his. first business world as he,.did .m'proe': 1 I pamc :

I welg'ht--division' in his fight with FLOSIDA: :STAB undisputed national crown for the fesaional football, .he. will ,be.,* : NiIMIIBg. >aSal1Hff OtS Ii1KaRM ;..,.M1ai>: I.j
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THE FLORIDA STAR Week r>**tfig Saturday. January 25. .1958
Page EIght.


GOING BACK BE SURE TO SIGN I Modern furnished room. 127 Caroline The I ITo

Ins oak. *UKLLHIT TBN..M GUTTCtt THIIC"_ATTCCTS AND LAN MMCS ftntlHfl A I'OII.-.MAA$., Voters' RegistrationCard Street Phone EL 34847. .

VAtn atrCLLCNT. P&alUCou.CON- At long last the famous Two I very little talking but took heap
MOCCBTI. l-nil I1JIM1 II This i much acting.As .
Spot is about to open again.
""' r"n the Ides of Mardi approaches REMODELING & REPAIRING
/111/1; time alto lifers are in for a sur-
''$ T9' And Return It To The the political pots will beginto

r' PRESSING OIL prisd. No longer will the famous boil. Hats cleanedto
are being
"r gleam from atop the building.The toss into the various-rings. The

REGISTRATIONBefore name of the plare has been major offices open will be County ROOFING CARPORTS

changed to "The Palms of Jack. Commissioners and School Board SIDING
Real Estate sonville." The new owner is the posts. Also of top importance to
Jan. 31
operator of a South Florida nits all will be a referendum as to I JALOUSIES INSULATIONUP

$ LOANS $ spot by the same name. The big whether or not we shall continueto

FtedblaeMUBRAY Do othg MAION Or Your Name Will Be name entertainment policy with elect a school superintendentor TO
$1,000 $2,000 $3,000 name attractions playing several shall the post became an appointive
Moved From The Books
$4,000 up to $25.000 will prevail at the Jacksonvilleclub job.Negroes .

Payable $1.00 per mo. per hundred as it does at the Ilallendale!I had better wake up.
on unpaid balance at 6%. spot. Opening the club will be As soon as our vote is not needed ANDERSON CONSTRUCTION CO.

Roy Hamilton for a two night.On and a few persons pick a school
Let us help you to completeyour If you have moved go toy
house or refinance 38 the Hamilton show is Arnett head we get nothing bat our fe- EV 4-4105
last address and
0 years in the same place. == get Cobb of "Flying Home" fame. elings hurt. As longs as we havea 611S SUDBURY AVE.

Can the Card. It Won't Be On Sunday, "The Drifters" begina certain number of votes, we are JAR FLA.

Forwarded to Your New week-long stint. Well the in a position to bargain. A. E. ANDERSON

Address. name may be different but a rose There are a lot of embarassing
STARTS WED. JAN. 29 is a rose by any other name. It I questions we can ask our city and

"SLAUGHTER ON Mr. Simmons or !Ir. Walsh will be "The Spot" as far as the cjunty commissioners. The cost,

Slain and Monroe majority of us are concerned. I of "paving Negro style" six stretsin
10th AVE. SUN. thru SAT.
-and"PHANTOM 212 Masonic ,Temple Bldg. Last week-end at the Armory the colored sector is less than 1 STRAND
Phone EL 5-8014 Room for working man or lady. everyone but '"the man in the the cost of paving one street in JAN. 26-FEB. 1st1958's

TRAIL" EL 6-SS91 Hot and cold water. Kitchen moon" was present to welcomeJacksonville's I the white section according to the II

privileges. Call after 4 pan. own Jackie Davis. papers. Streets leading on and off SMASH DRAMATIC HIT!

Jackie.nd Louie Jordan and company -I the Myrtle Avenue Expresswayare
EL 59789.
responded by giving a heck j i being asphalted so that the --

You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get APARnlE1FOR RENTTwo of a good show. The local boy is'' good white folk can ride smooth. The Story of :

really a good showman. Jackie ly while we grow lopsided and our
bedroom apt. Ii\ new bldg. stated that' his ,recent bride, the cars shake to pieces up and down J

LOINPRICES Apt. No. S, 1036 West 23rd former Marcella James is doing the Moncrief -Turtleback." L Costelfo

Street. Phone EL 57172. well. The "upstate" weddng of Especially recommended for immediate WUX NOT OFFEND

the-former Jaxons came as a sur- reading by all Negroesin ANY EMOTIONALLY

On Your prise to many especially after-the"happenings" Jacksonville is "Black Bourg- MATURE PERSON

following Jackie'slast eoisie" by E. Franklin Frazier. OF EITHER Q
The book rips the cover off of
call in the
Norma Lang, the clerk in the so called "cullud society" and it

Hollywood Music Store is seekinga hits where it hurts most-home.

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store COOKS, MAIDS & HOUSE. quick, short course in Spanist. We will see ourselves in many

WORKERS FOR NEW YORK few Cubans pages of the book. When you
In recent days quite a sits j
down to read the book, plan to yy .
Needed at once for steady have stopped by to make

YOUR LOCAL PAPERS positions with good private purchases and they speak little get angry and call the author a : ::" JOAN CRAWFORD

families. Age limit 21 to 50. English. You should* see Norma liar, then look in the mirror and "" ", ROSSANO BRAZZI

You will live in on the premises working with the pencil and make apologize when you see yourselfin

ing with the sign talk. the pages of type. We can ah
WOOD'S DIXIE PHARMACY with your own room,
learn a lot from this book.SEGREGATIONISTS .
meals and all privileges. The You can avoid getting in the

salaries are very high accordIng spot Norma's in if you will go
to by the Duval County Vocational
your experience, from .
PHONES EL 5-55974)8) $200 per month and up.I Evening School (Old Stanton) Plus "ZERO HOUR"

We'Deliver We Also nil All Doctors' Prescriptions win supply bus transportation and register for Spanish. If there (Continued From Page 1) I STORING IL\YDON-DANA AlHREWS-LINDA DARNELL

from your city to New are enough applicants, the School

PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELE- York and guarantee a good Board will make the course a. COMING TO STRAND SAT. 3HDNIGIIT, FEB. 1st
of caste because
by a system of
Job. Write at to vailable. Register now.It's. .
PHONE BILLS AT OUR STORE Brown, P. O. Box S2S Lakeland a pleasure to stop by and race.

Fla. Phone MU 37973. watch the new apprentice at the "It must be remembered that
'Jenkins Radio Shop work. The SUN..TUES, JAN. 26281ST
the brave lawyers who have han- ROOSEVELTGEO.
new aide and learner in the shopis
dled suits attacking segregationlaws RUN
really conscientious. Oh yes we
in Florida, are Americansfirst
forgot to say SHE is making her and Negroes second. They SI01'TCOQItY-3'STREET OF SINNERS"RORY

ADULT EVENING SCHOOLS way nicely.A. have a vested interest to rid the CALIIOUNUTAH BLAINE"
P. Perkins is branching out.
State of laws that have been de- WED. &
I II' Perk will re-open the spot formerly THURS. JAN. 29 & 30
clared illegal and which are con-
known as "Lou's Bar-- ue" IST RUN JUTS "WHITE HUNTRESS"and
tinously enforced by prejudiced
"YOUR SCHOOLS OF OPPORTUNITY" located on 12th and Fairfax, next officials. Being Americans of Negro "BLOOD OF BATAAN"FRIDAY
Friday night. He will call it'Perk's
ancestry, they also suffer
Bar.B.Que"The NIGHT JAN. 31ST
under yoke of segregation in
first event of the 1958 social -
CLASSES; REGISTER NOW! season was held at the Ar- every walk of life including their 9 o.m. ON STAGE 60 SOLID MINUTES
professional association with
mory Friday night. The NAGS "ALL-STAR
members of the Bar. VAUDEVILLE"I
and The 3 R's Industrial Club

ELEMENTARY 6O0-9:00p. M. gave their annual formal. The affair "It would be pure fantasy to ,
that white in Florida
a lawyer
is one of the most congenial
READING MONDAY THRU FRIDAY EVENINGS would dare to-handle a suit ",
of the year. Groups of "jes plainfolks' ow'

WRITING -:- '*-were out and enjoyed the attacking the segregation sta
ARITHMETIC : -:- -:- e\ening. tutes. No suit can be brought See and Hear

SCIENCE Duval County Vocational without a lawyer. Therefore, the
Evening School Later n the season, the Club
GEOGRAPHY committee seeks to intimidate
... Corner Broad and Ambassador's Costume Ball, The
HISTORY Ashley Streets (Old Stanton) Negro lawyers into submission by
Royal Vagabonds, The Imperi.a1Dragons.
/' -:- -:- -:- bringing pressure to bear and
-:- The
Barons The Hell
thus stopping suit that mightbe
HIGH SCHOOL eni.sians. Omega Psi Phi and the any ROY HAMILTON I
MONDAY & WEDNESDAY EVENINGSNEW Zeta Junior Cotillion and Blue Revue brought by persons Interestedin
seeing that Florida abides by
the letters of the U. S. Const
1149 West 13th Street really in for a busy social whirl OUTSTANDING SINGING STAR
tution. We consider this act in

SCIENCE MATTHEW GILBERT HIGH SCHOOL this season itself, illegal It is a denial ofa (
are underway to give
GOVERNMENT .... 1472 Franklin" Street Hank Aaron a week of honors right granted to individuals to PIusArnetl -
associate, to organize and move
SPEECH .- -WESCONNETT ELEMENTARY and a full round of activties when
SCHOOL to seek redress from governmentby
the baseball star comes to town.
GENERAL REVIEWBUSINESS .. Wesoonnett peaceable methods when such '
% .1- : ,
from the
They range mayor of Cobb
governments refuse to grant,these
MONCRIEF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL the city presenting'him "the keysto .
constitutional to all of its
rights "
; : .>. Moncrief Bead and 45th: Street the city"to a high level ban ft* -'
citizens without regards to race.
V '11. '= quet. Adrian Kenneth the AND HIS BAND \
li BT. Knight, :
: TYPING4f r" '::7 : ; MT. PISGAH METHODIST CHURCH "The Florida Bar should if it
f: ,, popular deejay Eric Simpson of ,- ,
; '' SHORTHAND. .l'., .- swore Beach the STAR; CL Parham Johnson of decides, to,review the record, take with -

*" BOOING .. JACKSONVILLE- BEACH SCHOOL the STAR ,and Frank "Pappy"I! many things into consideration. -
f' First of all, ',there is the intent
Jacksonville Beach Hampton are apea1'headin&the '
All behind the investigations by the LINDA HOPKINS -:-
committee in charge of arrange-
BUSINESS ENGLISH TUESDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS ments. Aaron's appearance isspon- Committee;' secondly, is the fact

that only those seeking At ._
eared the Miller
by Brewing Co. .
-' DOUGLAS compliance with the decisions caning
ANDERSON HIGH.SCHOOL, along with Lee.Holman, the low
f-' ,\ -;, 3W5 Upland Street distributor.,He will be Henry Jen. for amend to segregation excepting .. "
*- John Kasper) have been -
-:-".: .' 'P'.f 'L 'the driver-salesman for Miller
:; nings;
i ART '\. '_ JAMES WELDON JOHNSON JUNIOR throughly investigated.That these

\.; MUSIC ," i I. -.Y; HIGH SC3DOL few High day:: Life, companion ,for a groups have been made up largelyof THE PALMSFORMERLY

SEWING late West 9th Street Negro citizens who are victims
: His schedule includes tour of
k ; HEALTH 7JI. : of segregation and discriminationand
f.l BALWIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL some of the 1IdwoJa'pluS appearances
y"'- ... CITIZENSHIP last, that the.State has been
-. Baldwin at several sales spots.
HOMEMAEINGI, asked only to ,abide by the, ,Consttution -
Word comes, from Miami that (
i PUBLIC SPEAKING A. L. LEWIS BRANCH Y.W.CJL of the United States and
-. Marie Adams the shapely model
TRADES 8th Street at Calboun Street the decisions of the Court which
and former Jacksonville resident,
AUTO-MECHANICS interprets. that body of law. This!

UPHOLSTERING 45TH STREET JUNIOR-SENIOR is contemplating the a slow walk between it (the State) has refused to do.I. Fri. & Sat. Nite Only
BEAUTY CULTURE (Extension) HIGH SCHOOL Isadore Singleton has started To say that NAACP "stirs up"
2000 45th:
litigation is an attack against the

PACTICAL NURSING (Extension) FOREST PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL on his new home. The bar-tMjue right of assembly and freedomof I

TAILORING Forest,and Goodwin. Street magnate is planning his dream speech. When discus assemble $100 AT THE DOOR NO ADVANCECOMING
house out 33rd Stree way. Jerry peaceably to discuss matters of

Iszard a also seeing blueprints in this nature they do so with a

J his sleep guarantee that they may do soreely -c. -:- -:-

Negroes have been cased: the % When the wrongness of

"AN EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY" J world's greatest Imitators. We asa the government processes are discussed ALL NEXT WEEK!

group can straighten oat lots any citizen or group of

: Provided By The I of .mess If we imitate the actionh citizens may decide to seek a THE DRIFTERS

of the Ltxmbee Indians of North change whether by legislation or

Carolina The Tarheel RedftUns through the Courts. Is it then
Duval ;
County Board Of Public Instruction ,r, : pot, to..rot a group*cif jri"**"*"" wrong to question a State when DONT MISS THESE ATTRACTIONS

t- who were in a pow-wow near the that State continues: to defy the I -

: : d-. toga of Eobecsa i. ...last Saturday Constitution of the Nation Or

: : night.'Tie: Tmfhmt did a can a State be) wrong?

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