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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 15, 1958
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
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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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1 i L lro Ru Box 35. Waverly, Georgia was POSSIBLEDespite .
the victim, of film flammers last Authoritative sources revealed this week that there is
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v I Saturday, Feb. 8, while waiting \ looming another heated AME church trial .that might well

: 6 I IS for a bus at the Greyhound bus take on the proportions of the Bishop Nichols case. ,

station. the Inconvenience It was learned this week i,'
Flowers said a white man caused by the taxi.ab drivers' B. During the Sunday School
aA; that charges of violations of;,
; : dropped his ,billfold and a Negroman strike. Jacksonville's colored citizens period each: minister was required
ii picked it up and offered are still in sympathy with the AME Church Disciplinehave to report not less than

_I,,to., split] ..the\monesLwitl/, .:ifrojife .., the striking drivers _and jin many been 'filedBishop dgjiiiSJ.. ')6-regal dI... ...." .and 5otwitk' tand.In4 .
i ie od4'Sice tnf.X.ttIteOl? ? Y..to case are xt.n 1 r : ... 'In rfcw other than
any person
the .
: ham e. men. the prelate who was namedto "
aox 'FIowersv.sa5d he gave the man The sinking cab drivers are succeed Bishop D. Ward I, himself.;

f r $135 and was told to wait on the resisting an attempt on the partof Nichols who was found

!' corner while he got change. The the New Deal and Lincoln Cab guilty of charges and whose'case '

4 stranger left with: the money and I Company to increase the fee is still pending following DRUNK DRIVERPLEADS

never returned with the chan e. i charged drivers for their cabs a series of appeals..
: 4J Patrolmen E. H. Williamson from $7 to $8 and also a : In charges brought by Rev. J.

( 3 ,> and II. \V. iooler investigated. I proposed increase in the cost of 1 Armstrong, former pastor of St. GUILTYCharles

ct # 1 gasoline.. I Stephens Churchwho was movedto

I A cab company office secretary \ Ormond Beach, Bshop! Greene,
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is accused of the
I following: Williams of 1813 Calla-
.:. 3 : talks between New Deal Cabs I I. Illegal handling of General : Street. to
r .an pleaded guilty
: president Marion Marvin and Budget: Funds.Specification. '
driving while intoxicated and
$ :union officials began Friday:,
i : In the East :
t i into last
running a gas pump
Ii' \ morning and that negotiations are I Florida Conference, Bishop
-- I Sept. 29. causing an $800 fire.
PUBLIC SUPPORT Jacksonville' cab drh'e'S.10 went out on strike last week are seen 1 i it still underway.Up Greene did not send the total '' Charges of careless and reck

with bags of groceries issued at the union head'Iuarters. Jacksonville, citizens have cooperated In .. 1 to late Friday morning I public collected offering in the 'I' less driving, doing damage tp

I i many ways with the strikng men. In, the top ph .o from left are: Arthur Green Sr. Henry Gates,. 35-year-old woman was at.j Jacksonville was faced with a! Annual Conference of 1957 to property, having no valid driving
Coy Waddell and Isaiah Johnson. In the bottom p loto are: J. L. Cox, James Wilds, Joe Watson and tacked between' 8:30 and 9 pan.I possible bus strike as the expiration the minimum salary fund. license and violating the i auto
I Paul Ctars last. Monday.. .Feb. 10. at her of the bus drivers contract n. Placing Burdensome assess tag law were not proceeded with.

.- -- home. 1730 Payne Street by a neared. Negotiations were in progress ments upon the churches and the The case was tried before

t MANY TwFLANND tt INEWBRIEFS$: man a ,old, whom acquaintance.,she pointed, out as I expressed and beT confidence bus company. that officials there I ministers.Specification: Ministers were 'A nal. Lloyd Court Layton of Record.in Duval. Criml.Judge

: t ',' ,. She.'told ,police:she was going would ....nostrike.AFTER. required by Bishop Greene ..to Williams who" has only one eye
; '. iome.: from/ the :bus., line, .when pay $5 In a purported pnollc was reported by .E.1B. Canada of
he .man ,offered ,to take her collection that taken to
TO WLCOEIIANKAARON ., : WM the Duval Road Patrol
"'- ,as being
: i ?u :gt.]...,i JUAN ,!SENTENCED )lome., She' accepted, lWhen, she W.SWJ4ThV.AFATAI.. payoff some undefined and the ,driver of 'the .car-that, hit a

VI' ; p" ......_ r... .. cr ,1.i V'. :FOB PLOT,TO'BLAST refused: his, vanhe.., slapped1 ondeaigiiated' 'bins. gM pump alt, a ,service_ sUtloaat
I ,
JAar'oii'tJid w ,'INTEGRATED' ScHooL c, her,, several;:times .,and ,beat her; I iIi Levylns'Unsnlborized; _Aa-. 6115 St.
Henry (Hank) slugging outfielder of the Milwaukee : : Old AuguatinptRoad,
r She ,ran"from the .bouse ,Bade, : ; sessmenl. J
.2f:! j S : : I ; igniting : ,
will va'Eery busy1>> : ,a gasoline fire that
have' "Wednesday
Braves day : Feb. 19 when he : :
CLTHTQN,. TENN.- *-_ Edward chased her into the yard and <> 'Specification Ay All ministers firemen half'.pourl
spent a. extinguishing.
tip.rtheiyarlouatengagementsc'that'have 'been'0planned for hint by Cline 44-yearxld former convict, jumped[ on.hes:again,,, ,.> : were 'required :to pay 'between' ., !..
,the" planning comrriItteei. ,, ------T: : ---T l I was can 1d1'1his' week by aforV The"Victim faked unconscious ;;:. '$5 and $15 to their' Presiding ,. Judge Layton fined Williams'
"An' interview on Channel 121 t CNEWPASTOR 'l. : .' i ness and,,the man left her alone.he Elder'and were told that said $100 90
:' *( .! !JY,1Z'iathers. for conspiring $ said1,:teXan? back the \ r amount would-be' paid to bit or days: in JaiL : V iI. {
arranged 6:20? pSm/ ST. PAUL GETS! ?jntp .
has-- ben 'for : the : \to.,dynamite... .,. '. racially_ ,-integrated," house,'and,calledpollce.,The name! Leon5 James Louden, 23', of 755 Minimum Salary Fond; how." t : :' 4 ':::r- .. .. A

Wednesday. ,He will appear' at Clinton. .; High.,School.' He ,received of the accused .attacker, was listed W.- Ashley Street 'Is being held _ever. ,'upon opening, of the con. I. DO DUVAL NEGROES
Roosevelt Theater at 8:30 p.nx. at '.' 1 ipon SFard 23 in city' jail on a charge" of' honaj- WANT. PROGRESS
: &1. sentence of.from two to ;10 as.1 !, : .ference_each minister was again t
which time Mayor-Commlssioner tr Hayden Burns will present the : years in prison as' recommendedby Edward. Hickson, investigated.( Friday Josephus: White 42, $20 according to their chargeIn .,I ,, ', : ', '.Page 2

key'to the city. Editor Eric O.(1 the ,jury. 1124 Price Street. I the,public collection. By Eric O. Simpson
Simpson will- present the !( Clifford Lowe ,: 20, on .trial_ with White was, stabbed by Louden
Star plaque. :The entire program;( The appointment of a new Cline, was acquitted. WOMAN 'IS' HIT during an argument in a cafe I

.wfll ,be.,televised, over Channel .4 pastor to St.. Paul AME Church located at the rear .of the Baron f f! HAMAN GALLOWS IN !ME CHURCHTHANK

bv Dick Stratton. ;t to succeed' Rev. J. A. Roberts I VOTES BY, JEALOUS SUITORA Munchausen Bar 382 Park Street ,
Hank will attend the WednesTt* '.1' GEORGIA about 7:50: p.m. White died least'

day'morning' chapel 'service at(wjs, madekno| -nlSthis week.It RACIAL. BLOOD LABELING 1 than an hour later in a physician's ', GOD. THERE ARE STILL

New Stanton High School. Charles was'learned that Rev. R. J. office, police reported. SOME ESTHERS AND MORDECAISBy
has ATLANTA A bill to require: 24-year-old woman was hit 1?
D. Brooks principal arranged Blaine, former presiding elder of Witnesses told police officers ; The Rev. D. A. Russell
the star racial labeling of blood takenIn over the ,head with a stick by
N a' grand welcome far West Palm Beach'has been named fo transfusions I the two men argued about who :

athlete. I I| to succeed the out-going pastor. Georgia passed, in the senate unanimously her boy friend last Monday, Feb. I was going to dance with one of'j ji In the beginning of the present administration, they said that

Through the courtesy of Mr. 3 when he became angry after i}i the women. White pulled his coat! t all the men that were with Bishop Nichols, would be sent to the

Arvin Rothschild, five hundred Rev. Roberts was moved from recently.Sen. Quill Sammon of Lawrence suspecting her of other men. ; back from his chest and told I dog house, and t, D. A. Russell, would lead the way; and sorrow.
tickets will be furnished to be : St. Paul church following a four.i Louden to go on and stab him fully BO, this very thing has happened here in Florida. Every man
I II ville, said, This is not a prejudicebill. Annie Pearl, Brundage, of 1027 \
.!divided among the Senior and I'i month fued with officers of the It is a precaution to pre-: ogan 'Street told police. her boy:I after Louden bad threatened Cb Who has worked with Bishop Nichols, and stood with him in his
School students to' do trial, and did not jump here and there, has been moved from his
-*' Junior High church which came to a boiling serve the dignity and identity of I p I friend, Willie Armstrong ,24, of l so. I
Roosevelt. White suffered stab wound work and sent to some smaller place. '
attend the one
: when he suspended three each race and prevent the mixing 1027 Logan Street Jumped on her t
Thursday at 10 a.n. Aaron will t point I in the right chest and collapsed. In other words, put out for standing by the Bishop's program.
with I
tht head
of the races. The bill as passedwas and struck her on
be the guest of Matthew W.'Gilbert .1 members from the church. amended in committee to: a large stick after accusing her: Lester Henry Stephens 3028 What should a pastor or Presiding Elder do when a new Bishop

.: High School where hd I The rued reached its climax take out a provision that a person I of having other boy friends. She .Forest Street and Lenton Martin,! comes to a district? If he has any sense at all. he will line up
," will meet the students in an 1941 W. Third Street placed him i with the program. This la what I have done all of my life as a
when the officers filed charges receiving transfusion or his! said her boy friend was jeolous
V assembly that has been arranged In. a car and took him to a doc : pastor and a presiding Elder. And this has not been since Bishop
relatives would be advised as to of her.
F. James principal. against the minister and<< demanded tor. He was pronounced dead at Nichols, or Bishop Green, but from the days of Bishop Handy
,by: Charles the race of the blood used.The She was treated at Duval Medical
_ V ,. A banquet to be given in honorof his removal measure: which now goesto Center by: Dr. Cremer and 8:40, : p.m.Louden. Tanner, Salters Bishop John Hurst, Flipper, Grant" ,' Tookes. Gregg.
Braves star will be held Rev. ROberts It was learned was arrested in the 700 Gibbs Nichols Green. Not one can truthfully say,- that, I have not
the the misdemeanor released. .
at Buster Ford's at 8 pm. with I has- been sent to West, Palm penalties houses provides up to 18 months Patrolmen Johnny J. Doe V and block of...**W.< 'Ashley-10.r. Street". .-, >,-.Friday done my best for each. jot them: t .:: ',', :, ',* .:v ..L:8 is..w
_ radio ,television and -- : Edward Hickson. : ,. nighl'D. '- (Continued.:. .. .Editorial. .. .., Section Page 2))
,the press, presidtog elder. : imprisonment, and $1000 fine. ,. tTi'i::: -* < A- "*"
Beach as. g : ;? '. "' ... .' ..1. ala (, ; -r: :: a.- y..r/.r. '
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NEWS "Politics As

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Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co. .

tSZS t Moncrief Road ............... EL 4-878 EL 4783 L (Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of articles
Downtown Branch Office: 425 Broad Street Phone EL 44773' I en the question of whether Negroes in Duval really want

; progress and bow we can attain it.))
Stalling Address:

K O. Box: 561 Jacksonville 1, Florida

fair O. Simpson .. .. . .. .... .. ......Editor \ a 1 j! Paraphrasing the words of the old spiritual which goes: "Every.I .

C. Parham Johnson ......... .. .. .. .. ... .... ..News ,Staff d body talk about heaven ain't goin to heaven Everybody talk
AJtamae Richardson ...... .. .... .. .. .....Circulation Itept. 'i about progress aint working for progress.

Member of Associated Negro Press Too many of us are just giving helping each other and I
SUBSCRIPTION BATES a lot of lip service and not doing mean helping each other all the
:anythnig constructive to attain
One Year?,$3.00; Half Year, $5.00; Three Months. $1.80 !
Mailed To You, Anywhere In The United States. I that progress of which we speak way.We must support our"' Negro
Then there are a great many
business and
our Negro professionals
Subscriptions Payable in Advance Send Checks or Money Orders To: hindering
I who actually
Negroes are
I In recent months two
: our progress by Negroes have been given franchises .
difference and lack of interest
I'I to operate gas
I, in the sodal-political-economic I under the banner of big name
MAMAN GALLOWS IN AME CHURCH c sir{, } r plight which faces the race. companies, namely Phillips 66 and

'7!, It is true that Gulf. It is up to us to support

(Continued from Page One) I 4Jr = I there are some these men We must make our
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When Bishop Hurst got ready to build the Lee building, Jt was .. I white groups duty to see to it that they suc
at New Symrna. They called me to Jacksonville to do the ,work eY I who are determined ceed. If they succeed it will mean

on that building when Bishop H. Y. TooX.es came, he could not | to deprive that several Negroes will hare
get a dime's worth of credit for Edward Waters College. I was the Negro of his jobs and it will mean that ether

building the church at Quincy, Florida, which cost over $125,000.00 Irn' fer {(rights as a citi- Negroes maybe your own son

when he came by and saw what had been done. He asked' me if k I f zen and as men or brother will be given an

I would go to Jacksonville with him to get a start there. This I and women. But opportunity to secure a franchise

Bd, and when I got through with the building I constructed you the majority of to operate a gas station

could get credit for the school anywhere in town. This is the kind i I whites are not We must support our Negro

of key man I have been under all the Bishops, that I served with. ''rabbidly anti- real estate men and women, in-

Now the Church was made not to kill men, but to save men. ti [Negro, however surance brokers and other business

:You need not-fool yourselves, what Is happening in'Florida has done I I they don't go people And let's stop

'.something to the A.M.E. Church in,Florida., I have had people from SIMPSON out of their way being so petty I don't like

all;over the church calling me,',saying why don't I do something .J. e .; to elevate the Negro And him so I won't trade with him. .
about what has been, done to me and others! but I tell them, that ,that's to be understood. Sir. Charlie downtown who maybe
s God can best me when it comes to fighting, aB I do Is, put their SYMBOL OF HATE. AMERICAS TRAGIC BURDEN. When the white man enact a a Klansman, doesn't like you

name on the altar and pray for them, and I am going to see all law to aid fatherless childrenhe either, but he takes your money

of them getting their's, and it wont be long.I Is thinking about white child- then calls you that dirty name

never wanted to be a Presiding Elder, but after I got through : rat When white citizens get after they call Negroes.
with the work on St. Paul church in Jacksonville, I was worn out.I -j Your'WeeklyHoroscope their councilman and commissioners Support of Negro business must I

told the Bishop, that'I wanted a little rest, and maybe I could to Improve streets they are continue in an unbroken chain

get it on the district. He told me that :he was not going to move GuideWHICH : thinking about the streets where however. There are quite a number .

me from St Paul, that if I wanted to leave, I would have to tell they live not where the Negro of Negro businessmen who

.the people myself. This I did, then he said that I will have to finda lites. Of course, that Is not the ,will readily join in the chorus -

man to go there. I thought I was doing a good job when I ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR right attitude, but it is an under i I Support Negro business because

recommended the pastor there, but it was not long before he said LOVE TRAVEL standable human weakness, to they want all Negroes to
in his pulpit, that he did not want me in his pulpit WHAT DO -iii look out for ourselves and our : support their business. But on

YOU THINK OF THAT blood relatives first. I I the other hand they don't practice
Now when Bishop Greene came, I told him that I did not By White people look out for white what they preach.I .

want to be a Presiding! Elder, I am ,a pastor, thats my job, at the people- ; Jews look out for Jews; :i know of some Negro business

conference I told him again. He asked where did I want to go, ARIES into the hands of uncertain individuals are also your own, you find an Syrians look out for Syrians and I I men who want Negroes to support

I Aid to him that.I wanted'to remain fry the district as one of the Born March.21st thru April 19th or groups, the 20th inspiring basis for a more fulfilling so on. Negroes in Duval look out, them but they give their

pastors. These were his words to me: "Brother Russell, I have It is especially important at promises a healthy boost to per existence. for nobody. The plain truth is printing, for instance, to some

a long list of names from St. Paul in Jacksonville, asking me to this time of the year to pay sonal and joint holdings. The 9-20-11-18-10-021. that we as Negroes do more to other nationality. They usually

send you back to them, but you need not worry, you will be taken paricular attention to good living 21st may make it possible to talk hinder our own progress than have a bundle of reasons, like

cue of.' I named two places in my district, and he said to me: habits and to use up your energiesas over the future with the person CAPRICORNBora anything I know they get prompt service, or
"One of those places you will be sent", but you see where I am. sparingly as you can. The closes to your! heart and mind. Dec 22nd thru Jan. 19th Just how do we do it? the rates are cheaper and so

At the last moment; I was called in, and told by the Bishop 18th also advises restricting your S 0 SS-UW---. 1361.VIRGO The ISthr implies that you have By lack of unity and failure, on. Yet they themselves are not

that he found out that he could not send me to any of the places social activities if, they take too learned another lesson In the fieldof to help each ether. I 'prompt either in the services they

that he said he would. Well anyone can Judge what came in my much out of you and your pocket-; ,., economics and that you are In order to accomplish anything render and invariably their prices
mind at. that tim. A. man who faa worked eo hard for the A.M.E book. The value of mantalnlng Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 2Srd ready to settle down to new we as Negroes must be united. for their products are higher too.
Church, not only in Florida, but In other states, In the conference, ''a happy frame of mind, besides The 18th creates the belief that i procedures that will serve your We must unite and present a So, I repeat we must unite and

that I was one of the Presiding Elders made my report; your well-being and productivity, you can benefit more from your overall purposes better. The 20th solid front to elect the officials help each other so that we can

reported more money for underpaid preachers fund than anyone is unlerlined by the 20th. past and present efforts when reveals a necessity for the readjustment who run the city and county and be strong, economically, politically

else in the state. My district reported $320.00 plus. what the men 250664863263TAURUS you have someone to advise you of your long-range will do the most for the largest and otherwise.Lack .

gave on the table. and give you confidence. The 21st objectives to fit in with the number of people ... and by of progress among Negroes -

Under Bishop Nichols, the man that they are trying to kill. states that a sound economic changing trends' and circum the same token we must use in Duval Is caused by the

1 gave twenty-five dollars, and that was all; we did not have to Born April 20th thru May 20th program shared by your closest stances. The 21st confirms that our united political strength to Negro himself Ills failure to

give five on the table, as pastors and presiding Elders, but at the The 18th sounds the signal for partner will work toward the the sacrifices you are now willingto oust from office those city and unite for one common cause, his

last conference I gave twenty-five, dollars, and also gave $10.00on the resumption of personal effortsto restults you both are striving make for the sake of realizing county officials who do nothing selfishness and his failure to

the table; then was called back and was asked for ten more.I reach your main objectives. Be for. One of your heart's desires jour aspirations, and becoming for the least number oJ us. understand the Issues Involved are

gave it. Yet the group is saying "kill Nichols as a Bishop; get deliberate and unemotional when that you have waited long and entirely self-sufficient when the If we are to make any headwayas the factors that hinder our pro-

Russell his key man, and all who stood by him." I have through you are setting the wheels in patiently to obtain should soon I happy moment arrives, win not a group of people we must gress.

the years, been a hard worker for the church and school in FloridaI motion as the 20th shows that be forthcoming, so don't lose hope I have been in vain. begin cultivating the spirit of TO BE CONTINUED.
( mean Edward Waters College) not just a bread eater as the complications could easily resultif now. I 5-70---li--.68-42 S78.
the and the 7-90-22- -21-221
most of the so-called leaders just get people's money you ignore taking necessary
do nothing for them. Any one who knows the A.ME. Church in precautions. The people with AQUARIUSBora YES I WANT PROGRESS
and out of Florida, will tell you that I have done my work. whom you have close ties may LIBRA Jan. 20th thru Feb. 18th

%Thls is the kind of man that HAMAN AND HIS GROUP -IN be willing to let bygones be by Born Sept. 24th thru Oct. 23rd The Moon signifies that the Register Me As A Member Of I

THE AJ&E.; CHURCH WANTS TO KILL. OR SEND TO THE DOGHOUSE gones and to throw their weighton You should begin to feel the time has come to remove your

But tell them, that there are still some Esthers and your aide. change within ;yourself that redirects attention from personal slights THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
Mordecais and the servants of Esther, living in the church today. 6-10-77-38-75- 43 your attention to the and affairs and to take up more

And the only way you can put anyone on the Gallows, or in the doghouse fields of gainful endeavor. The seriously the question of,solvencyand Which Will Campaign For

you have to put God on ,the Gallows first and be sure he 18th sets off the firing gun for ,earning power. :There' Li a Boiler 'Streets; _,'
Is dead. But as long as He liveth,;you just can not kill us. GEMINI) a resumption of labors for profit, suggestion provided by the Sun Drainage'Fadllll**
Born May 21st thru Jane 21st 20th that and closest H.:' Fircmca -- Cirll",Servic* Job
You know wnen they put John on the isle that is called Patmos whether they are your own or you your r-.Eci..r1ob -' .
is promising week for OfportealiUt
,they thought it would km him,, but it; did ,not, it caused him to the This CemtMna A who are inline for other'people'&: The sober realiza- economic centrate collaborator the should con. ''N ego Doctors' Al' Medical Coltr
more on building
bee things! that he never would have seen, had he not been placed ion that' you can' combine! your up B.
tis Trttimtai la Store
I tmporant poe1Ucma'or who are ex* of resources and and *
*: la with the dog house they think they talents and toward security
Itoer*. That s the way it experience A
+ YMCA 1
achieve Negro
peeling to an. ambition. less the acclaim. which! Building
on, public
TEE FIRST SERMON I the realization of future and .
"have put me in. WHY GREAT!: GOD a .
The 18ih la the first '''to, divulge Is frivolous at best. Gtawal Community Impror, m ni
PREACHED FOUR YOUNG WOMEN WERE SA VJI!! ), the I next final objective Is created by the

,.1 euaday: three, the next Sunday, five. -,,- up, to now w* have taken plant that long are ,ready and wtJMhroughxjut to, ripen.' The 21st. ...2333144 263. .. .. I mm Interested+ la knowing some of the other 19es ..

In the doc house, twenty three persona: ,twelve ,of them are' Convert counsels of' your .mate or other 4-10-* -12-J7-419. PIBQ1t8.Born I can derive from jig the organization. ................
*. Dont you think that's com..f the dog house? Aside from
reliable counselors should be
that, we have the foundation for anew church already: .laid.' PRAT: SCORPIOBore Feb 1Kb thru March SO Advise me 'when fee sit meeting will be held. ..........
sound and will to .
operate '
your The 20th that there is
US uIUm&te-Jnteresta if closely fol. Oct. 24th thru Nor. danger of an estrangement of a NAME ............'.......................................,.
DOG IS MAN'S BEST FRIEND. lowed. Your problems are not A new direction in your life Is destructive nature, but that the

How can a Bishop an Elder, a pastor, learn a state like Florida, all solved but you are gathering foreshadowed by the 18th. You possfhOitiee of reconciling major ADDRESS .................................................
have their lives to the work of should close a chapter that has
00 u to push men who given strength. differences are equally strong. It PHONE ....................................................
churches in Florida, for thirty-five and fifty years and put in 8-70-88-68--86EH not exactly been to )'O'.Ir.1Ddng 11 just a matter of letting noble

places in the class of :1tU fora. and. start a new page where instincts: and, justice prevail and REGISTERED VOTER ... ....... ...
Whenever a Bishop does a thing as this, he not only destroysthe creativenes and happiness will allowing conflicts of habits and.1 :ye or ; 1

minister, but he kills the family of that minister. That is just CANCER have their places. Old friends may opinions to assume their secondary .
what Bishop Greene has done in Florida. I am not taDdng! about Born June 22nd thru July 22nd have to go by the wayside while place.

myself, for I can,make it;, but there are 'a lot of men, who cannotdo The 18th adds to your realization you are developing new interestsand 8 60-45-58--63..- 458. .
anything else. Take the Rev. S. D. Brown, a man whom I have that the more you have the talents, according to the "LETTER TO THE EDITOR"THE ,
better the future will be. When
20th. If you are free to dispose
known for almost thirty years as a pastor and Presiding Elder. Iwas'
two have the same idea and they bea
of your affections, this may
his presiding Elder almost thirty years ago, now he is old and
decide to pool their knowledge, labors good time to scout around for
sick He was moved from the place and sent to Mooreheaven, a FLORIDA STARP.
mission, where he might get enough to pay his way there and backon and resources, the task maybe likely prospects by frequenting O. Box 561

a Sunday. He has a family. Do you think this Is right? At the shortened by half. The 20th pleasure spots -as wen as educational IS YOUR JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDADear ," ,

same time, the Bishop' has brought in men, his friends, from other warns against travels and litiga circles.SAGIZTARIUS.
lion when know that they 6 sa Editor:
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districts and put them In some of the leading charges In the state. NAMEIN -
could be hazardous. The 20th
Do you think this is fair to the men that has given their lives I think you are doing a commendable job in fighting on the
to creativenessand
,for this state? I am not against a transfer, but I don't think, thata gives scope your side of "right and justice" in Jacksonville. You are one editorin
channels for THEBOOK
Bishop nor any of his HAMAN: should put the men on THE to capitalize opens on skills you and Born Nov. 23rd thru Dec. 21st a hundred who would have picked the side of labor against

GALLOWS, to make a big place for the transfer. This Is just what : talents. Be motivated your by The 18th suggests that you management in an issue such as the cab drivers strike.I .
# and with him did. You don't have to take your
Bishop the men working ?
highest principles now and al recognize the reasons behind your enjoyed your editorial last week very much. Many editors
my word for it, just look. Who is the pastor of Bethel where' the failures"and
that adopt an
ways. you might "secretly" the side of labor against managment, but
Rev. E. Sneed ? Who is 'the Elder of the Daytona
F. was presiding
4 30.-----il 28 *2 432. entirely new program or phfloso only "one in 'a hundred" 'would have openly editorilized againstthe
Beach district where John E. was? A man whose father
Dr. Carey
The 20th
phy to counteract them. powerful, Influential, cigar-smoklng, Cadillac-driving bosses.
helped to make Florida what it Is. There are others I can name.
should enable to
you rm will sell ad Lincoln and New
Sk thinking you never an to
What has the man at Bethel in Miami done for the church in LEO better and to take the
a light Deal Cab Boss" of that
Company, or any of the friends of "Mr.
Florida? Born July 23rd thru Aug., 23rd appropriate steps to correct the I
company, but here's hopin' that many other folks who know that
I am saying.to the men who they are trying to kill along with The 18th tells ell Leos ,to dose flaws that you discover. Once
you stand for "square dealingbetween labor and management
.' their families don't give up; hold your beads up; and go forward., ranks with their allies, and even you are willing to make the concessions win support your paper with advertisements, and the general public
God still lives end because He lives; ye shall live. competitors, for the common pro that life exacts from one .,
will buy the papers aa fast as you can print them. _
.i YOUR BROTHER IN CHRIST, tecton. If you can resist! Uaepre.nre and an and to accept the fact ..
D, A. ROBBBLL+ (Of THE DOG BOUSH to commit your fundi that the misfortunes of othsj. A WHITE.i.u.JW1 ,.
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annual costume ball of the Ambassador Club recently at the Mr. and Mrs. Eric O. Simpson. ((4)) (Seated), from left to ((7)) Mr. and Mrs. Mackey. Mrs. Arlene Felton. Josh Williams

Duval County Armory. There jrere many Jaxons on hand to right. Mrs. Mary Madcey Mrs. Alma Daniels. Mrs. Era Mrs. Delphenla Brinson and Albert P. Crawford. ((8)) SWing

enjoy the colorful occasion. These scenes were caught by the Alexander Charles Parson. Theressa Madcey and Mrs. Charles from left to right. Mrs. John Williams Mrs. Norman Williamsan

photographer during the entire evening of gala affair ((1)) Mr. Parsons. ((5)) Mr. and Mrs. Alonza Daris and Miss Daisy unknown guest. Mrs. Mildred Pauline. Standing from left

and. Mrs. Wltsell and M_ r. and Mrs. Joe Thayer. ((2)sitting) ( ) Gilllard. ((6)) Sealed from left to right Mrs. Doris Bennett John Williams Norman Williams Alfred Harrell and Mr.

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and Mrs. Alonza Gooden 1' Mrs. Jimmie E. Davis w a I Y COMMITTEEThe

played host to the members of feted recently with a surprise

the Columbia Aristocratic Social brthday party dumg the social
Club. meeting of the Brewster Mothers -
array of interesting costumes wa displayed by guests Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Williams of Peekskill New York are of the meat*
The following officers were ele- I Club in the home of Mr.
ted: Herman Dixon, president; attending the .Ambassadors dob's annual ball last Friday evening, :I spending their winter vacation) with Mr. and Mrs Thomas G. Lovin- and Mrs. Johnnie E. Jones.A for 1958 was held recently in Uu

Y r a Margaret Merriweather, held in the ,Duval County Armory. There are essay who deserve good, 2032 Rowe Avenue. variety of games were play. A. L. Lewis Branch with Mrs

vice president; Tara Gooden ,re. special mention for their unique sod timely.costume ideas there The Williamses are the parents of Mrs. Flora Yerby, wife of ed and enjoyed by the many: Morris Goosby, newly elected

cording secretary; Mrs. Bernice was a spaceman, a satellite and several "wbat cb." novelist Frank Yerby. They left last week on a brief Jauftt! to : guests followed by the serving member of the Branch Commit
Johnson, financial secretary; M.Iv of a delicious chicken dinner and
Mr*. Helen B. Bobnson was quite a figure, wearing a varicolored Mexico, but will return here for, the remainder of the season. tee on Administration presiding.
"Williams assistant; Mrs. Ada V '*. beverages. The honoree reoeirec
Mae Williams, treasurer; Alonzo and perplexing outfit with gltterkig headgear, representing a satellite many useful and beautiful gifts The purpose of the raeejUtsf

Gooden. business manager; Mrs. Another: space-minded individual was Juntos Bowman (local Mrs. Virginia Long Was speCia.1'gueet when' the Cosamis met Hostesses were Mrs, VirginiaRobinson was .to secure additional men
at the Lincoln
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Mary" Jones sinking fund treasurer Urban League executive), who appeared as-a tieen.fioed'91faatiom, Barbara Bentley was the Country Tuesday evening. Mrs. and Mrs. Bernice Higgins. I bers of this group and to begirt
Dan Tate chaplain Mrs. gorgeously !gowned; hostess. Among those were ,Mrs.
; ; Man. ". The Adrian takers, garbed as huge'bats, delighted thecrowd 'The group'-dined on sizzling sirloin steaks,erved with tossed present spade work for the coming mem.
Viola Tate. reporter and entertainment Mary O. Johnson, Mrs. BernersA.
committee chairman; from time to time by spreading their wings .The'William salad green peas, trench :fries, pickles, hot rolls and coffee. Dixon, Mrs E. B. Thomplcms, bershIp campaign. .

Alonzo Gooden,' sick committee B. Toneys were"dressed In the mode of the Hebrew man and woman Mrs. Long 'received a 'gift from the hostess while Mrs. Juanita Mrs M. J. Payne. Mr.. and Mrs. Branch Committee members

chairman. of 960 B. C. Abraham and Dorothy King wore matching Peter Randolph and 'Mrs. Vernal McCone were among winners of club Robert C. Freeman William R.
prizes. present were: Mrs. Goosby, chair.
The club will sponsor a party Pan outfits Dr. and Mrs Hargrove Wooten of Houston Texas Davis Mrs. Virginia Robinson, man Mrs. M. R.
; Simpkins, Mrs.
Saurday night in the home of. Mrs. Louvenia Wells. Mrs. Alma
came as ranchers (be is a former Jaxoa) Alonzo Davis came Mrs. Lois W. Hill
wad feted with last
Mrs. Mamie Alexander. 715-D a party Tuesday morning Watson. Mrs. Johnnie Mae Hut. Sampson, M .. C. A.
as a dandy, while his wife Pauline, donned a Japanese outfit. In the attractive home of
Mrs. Ralph Lott 1705 Street .
University ,
Venus and Mars CturL ins, Mrs. Jimmie L. Davis Larry Ward. Mrs. David Washington
Quite.a few gypsies were present, fat the of The Frank given the
person by TeeoAge
Committee of the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA. J Jeffries W. M. Bostick Mrs. Anna .
Conrtneys, The W. W. Wrights, airs. Betty Belton, Mrs. Virginia Mrs. Hill recently Mrs Samuel Burnette Mrs. 7.J. .
as Young Adult Director of the "Y" and Is D. Wells, Mrs. Higgins and
HIBISCUS CIRCLE Williams, Mrs. Verman McCone, Miss Bernice. Grffin The Norman busy with plans for her forthcoming marriage to Carl Young of Mrs. Joanna Jackson. Dixon Mrs. V. M. Davis Others

HOLDS .INSTALLATIONThe ; Williams and The Arthur MOI1tl'Ol eryBThe Charles Simmons New York City. The ceremony will take place February ,23 in Expressions of thanks were of the committee included:

made a lovely Spanish couple The very' petite Mrs. Dorothy Wrightsville Methodist Church' 297 Edison Avenue, immediatelyafter made to the hostesses by Mrs. Mrs. I. H. Burney Mrs S. N.
Durkee Drive home of Mrs. Hicks flitted about In the regalia of Robin Hood complete with the morning service.
Anna D. Wells and the honoree. Starkes Mrs. M. E. Lataon Mrs.
Jessie L. Terry was the setting bow and arrows The Delano Mackeys were cute (he was Davy A luncheon menu of baked ham, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, ,
recently: for the meeting of the Crockett while wife, Theresa, was dressed as a bobby sour) pickles, hot rolls: coffee and cake was served, after which the C Wiliam Camper, Mrs. M. Dar.

Hibiscus Garden Circle and the Roy Skes was guised as a big league. _baseball player and his wife group presented' the bride-elect with a personal gift. FAIRFIELD CIRCLE den. Miss Yvette Sims and Mrs.S. .

installation of the circle's presi;; Grace, was wonderful as a "Gay Nineties" bathing beauty. Attending the party were Mrs Miriam Barney. Mrs. Thelma Harris.

dent who was Installed by Mrs. Dr. Warren Schell appeared as a sheik and his wife, Vanorian, Lewis Mrs. IL Collins, Mrs. Martha Baker, Mrs. Hauio Sampson, SLATES MEETINGThe
With Mrs.
Erlene Alback. as a Japanese woman. They were accompanied by BIrs. Sadie Mrs. Etta Lee Brooks, Mrs. Vera Davis Mrs. Wllla Henderson and Goosby'rvIng u

Other officers Installed were: Mitchell of Washington D. C. (who was stunning as a French Mrs. Lott. 1 Fairfield Garden Circle.met hostess a luncheon was served

Mrs Hattie Jackson 1st vice girl) and Mrs. Barbara Harper (dressed as a rhnmba dancer) following the meeting.The .

president; Mrs. Rosa Wooten Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons attended as The Queen of Hearts' Miss Louvenia E. Solomon was hostess to a meeting of the Wednesday at 7:30 pin in the next meeting of the com

second vice; Mrs Thetaa Croc Mrs. Marie McOaht: was striking as an Italian girl Richard Kardette"Bridge Club, held In her home' last Saturday evening.. home of Mrs. Mildred Burdine, mittee will be held March 3.SUFFERERS.

kett secretary; Mrs. Earl: O. adley was a rugged pirate Among the chorines were ,BIrs. Mrs: 'Helen Toney, special guest, received a beautiful gift from 612 Pippin St. A prize was givento

Mathis, tre&surer1trs... Charles Charlotte Stewart ("Can Can HrT), and Mrs. Vanette 8. Thayer the hostess. the first person present. The

Skinner \chaplain; .Mrs. .Martin i. Mrs Elizabeth Nelson was Mickey Mme Bused Gregory Qualifying for club prizes were Mrs. Mary Green Mrs. Sybil roll' call for
WlBiana, chairman ,of membership and Mrs. Marjory GQmore ode attractive clowns !The James Butler and Mrs. Mary Coleman. was ""Preparation ..........-...." I

eon"Mt" **+' and :Mrs. Jessie Alford, were pirates for the evening ,Edtow Whltaell- came asa Miss Solomon's guests dined on pineapple-chicken salad on Spring Garden.

I*. Terry, reporter. down while his wife, Gwendolyn., was e.halmJa.i'as Tittle Bed lettuce served with hot rolls, cookies coffee and other beverages The circle held its recent meeting To.r****.*turn ,
ma .J
The-circle met Tuesday at 730 ,BIIIIq Hood Mrs.. Deiphena Briason chose.a Japanese outfit amid red and white decorations': carrying out the '"St. Valentine's in the home of Mrs. Myra t>ervss.tusu r aamvosrroa erne.waaw./aaa

P. xnvin the home of Mrs. Char- for.the dance Mesdames Carrie* and Gloria Parsons were "gna- Daymntlff.. Camper with the president, Mrs. sets a saucer vanarutrar asrrulvr 1.ILIar., I'-.n.ur.ors$V5 acsaws.&.,.

led skinner 1166 Durkee Drive. totin" cowgirls .'. There were a couple of apache dancers: : whomwe Members present lD.cluded.Kr Mary Coleman Mrs. Grace West Margaret Griswold, presiding. Mae-swvK=-. 'ABWa oetves aaanw

The.roll call 'waa "Arrangements were unable to identify, a couple wearing matching nighties, u4 Mrs. Mary Green,, Mrs. Maria Bryant Mrs. Margaret Wilson, Mrs. Gifts were exchanged among sKa-tViei "' "dll .

with Green rubbery sad was several others the fact is, then ,were so JIlMJ7' interesting outfits Jessie BodVUe Mrs. Sybil ..Butler, 'Mrs. Margaret Starkes. Mrs. the members sad the circle .

presented by Km :Wesley Zc n.ran. that we slmiply cannot, 9. cover 9 9 them 9 atL 9 It'9' was a a wonderful affair.' Alberta Houston, KIw.,Bva.' Montgomery. -: 'Mrs. Mabel Jones "and --.:BTMMLteJ 'the president aes.ror..........$..
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THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. February 15. 1958
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I Bethel Baptist Church Plans 120th Anniversary I

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STOP AIL SUNDAY RECREATION?? 4, ; >f : ':::...."',!.. .: -,(" 1...... .. .' ,-{!-"....-, CELEBRATION TO BE HELD ._. +,. .

In recent days there has been growing criticism of bC'll ministers w c FEBRUARY 28 THRU MARCH 3It<:
who have: been Attempting fo .discourage the attendance of

youngsters to the Teenage' Matinee dances being ,held "at the ,
-Jacksonville{ Palms which formerly operated under the name of the, '

l: Two-Spot. ; f ;. ", '- ', Elaborate plans and preparations have been formulated by .the
Many Ja.(01U who have seen the manner in which the affairs officers and members of Bethel Baptist .Institutional Church, for
are being :conducted have expressed the opinion! that the Sunday the or.e-hundred and twentieth anniversary of the church and the. .

afternoon Wfaira held ,on' .a- day when the liquor store is closed. ::fth pastoral anniversary of Jhe Robert H. Wilson minister.

provides an,:opportunity for the younger set to see and hear the ; Tie celebration 1 will get underway -- -

"big name" musical stars "as well as' enjoy wholesome recreation. I : with the observance; of thePrsyer

It was 'found that in addition to the, no-liquor policy there is r k Y. f fr : Day February 23, at PLAN FOR TEAMISSIONARIES:
auditorium which time service will be..
the fI
also a policy that prohibits the' youngsters. from leaving prayer .0' <
once admitted until the affair is, turned out. No grown-ups held"on the hour each hour of,

are permitted on the dance floor and only parents or guardiansare 1 the ,day ftnn 6am. until 6 !,. LAt -

permitted,to sit in the balcony to wait tor their children r I 12. o'clock noontx= 'radio ,broadcast .

There is.wide division of opinion as to whether _it is any ,more' service wit the held. 'The

watch and dance at:the Palms .on;Sunday than, celebrit n vill; continue throughMrci An annual Commit Friendship
sinful to performers ANNIVERSARY" CO3DHTTEE The group i hown in this picture represents the members 'of the .
watch the Ed.Sullivan,show or: any of the Sunday TV shows 31.Dnrhg.
it is to Tea, will 'be presented Sun.
anniversary subcommittees, whim Diet recently a t Betel ,Baptist Institutional Church. Seated from '
feet to the music.,Many feel that if we set out to the ent're: mon h of
and pat ones *v F!bni-rv 16 by the Junior
left to right, are: Mrs Johnnie M. Thomas pub.tell ty: committee chairman; the Rev. Robert II.
of in the Palms matinees then we March special l services and
youngsters -
curb participation football Wilson, Pastor; E. L. Weema, photo committee chairman; Deacon Major Bryant co-chairman: of : programs .Voirien Missionary Society of
should also curb' youngsters attendance at Sunday afternoon the Laymans Day Committee; Mrs. Elise Wils ;n,.'manic committee chairman; Mrs. C. A. Ward, are scheduled. with some Svvvi Baptist Church fron. 3:30:
baseball and the movies where everything: from sex of the most outstandig local ani
games, games '. Miss Coatsie Jones, souvenir program committee; Mrs Johnestlne S. Young church clerk; Mrs to 5.30 p m.

to murder Is shown. not Annie J. Young banquet: committee. chairman and Mrs. Portia L. Thorington, chairman of the out-of-town speakers. appearing is The program under the leader.
knows that Sunday afternoon matine jdances may psrticpsntsCommittee .
Who something Honors Day Committee. program : ship of Mrs Lucille! Scott and
be the activity to keep them occupied with they enjoyfor members who :!reworking
Miss Esther James, has been arranged
at least two hours thereby serving to deter them from engaging toward the success of
in other mischievous acts? And who knowsthat suppression of MT. OLIVE CHURCHSET OMEGAS TO MEET TITHING SHOULD BE this mammoth: anniversary ob-1:I for the occasion featuringsome
of the leading talent of the
youthful activity and freedom In this modem age may not be one OBSERVANCEThe SATURDAY FEB. 15 ADMONISHED IN servance are: Co-chairman Carl !
of the factors driving youngsters to rebellion that manifests Young of the banquet committee; : city.Mrs.
E'S CHURCH SUPPORT Martha H. Culler who is
delinquency .
call juvenile DeacontL. M. Argrett guest
in what we
members of Theta Phi
Mt Olive Primitive Baptist The now residing in Daytona Beach
I speakers' committee: S. A. Austin :
Church, located at Myrtle Ave. Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Frater. WASHINGTON "The church '; mil be the featured soloist She
A. L. LEWIS P-TA and Mrs. Amy S. Currie. pageant:
and 4th St. has launched plans forts any Inc. are requested to attend i which derives its revenue from committee chairman; Mrs. \\il- i:is a former member of Choir 3

I IF YOU SPONSORS TEAThe Women's Day observance he regular monthly meeting concerts, fish fry, dances, raf- ner W. Dorrell co-chairman of',!! of the church and will be accompanied

..larch 9th. which will be held Saturday! fles and other such programs is the Laymans Day Sunday; Mrs. i by Miss James. Other
Parent-Je; hers ASSOCA- direction_" and features will include the initial
I moving in the wrong Mamie Campbell Mrs EolaG
WANT OUT OF DEBT.Let Lewfsljunior The women of the church have night February 15 at 8 o'clockin performance of the Society's choral
tion of A. L. High I declared the Re%. John T. Kell- o i n e s, decorations committee
will a "Musical planned a St. Valentine Calendar the home of Mr. and Mrs. I group.
School sponsor man. pastor Park Road Community chairmen; Mra. Lillian T. Rob'nson -

Tea" Sunday, February 16th from x'ea, February 16th at 4:30 p.m. George Powell 1508 Myrtle Ave. I Church, In his sermon Sunday and Deacon William H

.- 3:00: to 5:00: P.M in the auditor .n the church basement. A program All Omega Men in this area morning. Streets, who with Mrs. Wilson I

ium of the school. has been arranged featuring both active and inactive are requested Admonishing the congregation head the special music committee. THE JUNIOR WOMENOF
selections will be ren- of the talent of the Attorney D. W. Perkins, chairman
Musical some leading to attend this session. to follow his lead by tithing to MACEDONIA SET
dered by the three school music Memorial Service Committee and
BUDGETCOUNSELLORS city.There support the church, the Rev. Mr.
choir Richard chairman of the MUSICAL PROGRAMThe
organizations, the faculty will be twelve beautifully Kellman: said "tithing eliminatesthe
solos. Friends of Bethel Service Committee
and individual faculty decorated tables
representingeach need for extra drives there
: is Invited to: month in the with beau- NEW BETHEL BOARD Junior Women of Macedonia
The general public year should be no need for them-
ADVISE YOU witness and enjoy-this rare musl-j tifully dressed hostesses. The ELECTS OFFICERSThe I The minister asserted "the reason (SEE PICTURE) music Baptist Church will presenta

cal treat. No admission hostesses serving are as follows: extravanganza Monday
I, the church has been so lopsided Feb. 24th at 8 with Mrs.
PTA president is Mrs. Ethel Holzendorf p.m.
charged. The January; annual election of officerswas because it has
financially is. BENEVOLEl'nSOCIETY Sadie Gibson
230 W. Forayth street Tommie IL Mays, Program Chairman Mrs. Martha Sellers and Mrs. Ag- held recently by the Senior forgotten God an4 has resorted serving as narrator.

; .Mrs Julia R.tJaroes, Princi- nes Morgan,. February;,Mrs..Grov- Usher Board l' of'New- Bethel WILLOBSERVE Appearing on the program will
... to bazaars and dances for resources -
be the Rev. J.
C. Rogers, pastor
PHONE: ELGIN $41411i pal, George B. Nairn;; ", enia Wright March; Mrs. Allene AME Church EVENTThe
r 'Mrs. M. K. Gibson. Mrs. Johnnie
i, Vance Esther Stephen, April;
Mrs. Juanita Everett May;; Mrs. The keynote address was givenby The have done this, he added M. Simpson, Mrs. Lucy Ellis :
the pre ldent.1"G:: W, Bruton while its members "have padded Saint Mary's Benevolent Choir 3. Mt. Carmel Baptist :
June Mrs. Lula
Mary McQuay
: who used'the'subject"Liv; ;.in the Society will observe its annual Edith
BUILD their accounts and bought Church Jones Choir
LET ,US Mae Anderson,- July; Mrs. Louise bank '
Real Estate .1 I YOU, A BEAUTIFUL Lee Wright, August; Mrs. Amy Present.") *,ty ? 14: fine cars." tea Sunday February 16, at 3 3, Macedonia Baptist Church. P. t t

2 or :3 BEDROOM Smith September; Mrs. Margaret elected for the ens\Ang" year; G.' He reminded the congregationthat .I p. m in the Sunshine Spiritual. J. Williams John Gripper. Miss ,.
Donalson, first vice president; Church Center located a t 674 Barbara J. Simmons. Miss Artie
CONCRETE'BLOCKHOUSE Mitchell and Mrs. Pearl Hodges "we haven't lived up to the
$ LOANS $ October; Mrs. Alma Minora, No- W. Bruton.. president: Mrs. O. F. Lord's requirements we haven't Florida. C, Patterson David Gibbs. Mrs.

f 10001 2'0e0 |i'000 We will take a lot or your vember, and Mrs. Bessie Hall and The ,following officers were given like the old church which An invitation has been extend. E. Dannard and J. Williams.
Mrs. Rosa 1. Dubose, general,secretary ed to the public to attend this
Lizzie Graham December. Mrs. D. E. Smith, chairman of
$4,000 up to $2,000Payable house in was based on tithes.
$1l.00; per mo. per hundred LET U 8 COMPLETE: YOUR ; Mrs. Rosa!Lee' Haynes, "God is Tired of people rubbing occasion. the program committee will present .
assistant recording; Brown,
on unpaid balance at 6%. HOME THAT YOU HAVE AL- dimes before they give it to the the visitors. Remarks win

Let us help you to complete BEADY STARTED CASH financial secretary. lord," the Rev. Mr. Kellam declared YPSILANTIS WILL be made by te pastor the Rev.J. .
refinance FOR DRIVER'S Other officers 'elected were: C. Rogers and the choir president
your house or S8 WILL BE PAID FOB YOUB adding it is time church
Mrs. M. L.'Cooper; assistant financial HOLD INSTALLATIONThe Mrs. E. D. Merton.
years in the same place. Lox -:_' EASY TERMS ( LICENSESOr secretary; J.T, Bailey chap- members be reminded of their

Call FLA. SUN-SASH Learning To Drive lain and treasurer; Mrs."Donalson, Christian responsibility" Ypsilanti Club will hold its

AJAX DRIVING :SCEOOL I reporter. The three groups, 'Mrs. ,"Park Road or any other church business meeting and installationof AME CHURCHWOMEN

J. P. YOUNG CONStCO.: I Oliver leader; Mrs.: W., M. 'Johnson should not be worried about its officers Wednesday February
Mr. 'Simmons or Mr, Walsh El 44)639 .1134 W. 5th St.. leader and Denard Moss, leader monies" the minister said emphasizing 19 in the home of Mrs. Lolita COLLECT CLOTHINGMrs.

Main and Monroe I COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS Oeo. L. Perpena. DIr. will remain the same includ- that 'tithing s a spire Coleman 2841 San Diego Road.

212 Masonic Temple BU*. I ing the officers. tual requirement financial necessity The president, Mrs. Arlene Felton E. T Tutson of Mt. Zion

,Phone EL, W014 II. 7 W. Sis,St. Just off, Mala,, and brings an eternal re has requested that all membersbe AME Church, is supervising the

EL 1-1391 EL U1TJ ..-- : "11 ward. present and on time. collecting: of clothing and packing

WILSON & SON He added that the, divine Instruction gathered by the eight annual conference

calls for tithes, one- PRESBYTERIANSELECT of the AME Church in the

Quality Shoe Service: tenth. of your pay creek to the OFFICERSThe state. She is being assisted by

REMODELING REPAIRING ; : .g. Lord. other churchwomen.The .
.:. ., "You don't give It to him; you clothing will be sent to the
.-. members of Laura StreetPresbyterian .
I missionary department 0 f
pay it to him he declared "this
a.: .., -:- AT SENSIBLE.- PRICES .:. 'L ORTHOPEDIC WORK : ,,;\, unites-you with your God." Church met and AME Church in New York to be, .
., elected the following officers: Mu. distributed in areas by the missionary
1 ; ; Concluding, the Rev M Kell
; Samuel Pearson
sic O.
0 '" l"1 Department. department around the
'e f- man said, "The church is no placefor
SIDING PORCH ENc osURE -:. president; W. K. Harper vice world, where clothing for men, '
raffles and bingo
j : Miss Lorraine Davis
president; women and children are needed
: JALOUSIES INSULATION 2935 Myrtle Avenue ,- Telephone:: ELgia 4-7025 .
.. recording secretary; Mrs. Pearl most. ..,
.Kenneth. .. Wilson., Mgr.OPTOMETRIST Miller financial secretary;, James The group met last Monday atEdward

( GRANT MEMORIALS Rousseau, treasurer; Mrs. Willie Waters College to begin .
i-" ,UP TO; 36 MONTHS TO RAY ., : .1 '..
'NDAy'SCHooLELE M. Robinson, .chaplain; Miss Des packing of the articles of clothIng -, ,.
lores Z. Pearson, business mana- .

TS: OFFICERS ger; Rutledge Pearson, ministerof ,
music; Charles Simmons Jr.. MUSIC FETE SET .
;, .. .- .* Registration for the first quarter organist and Miss Ernestine
EV 4-1108 for the Sunday School depart Flowers organist. FOR CHURCH UNITThe

IUS SUDBUKY AVE. ment of Grant Memorial AME Others elected w ere : Senior

JAX. FLA *Announces The Opening His Offices: Church' began last Sunday and I Choir I* N. Pearson Sr. preel- Choirs of St. John Baptist

A. E. ANDERSON AlA will continue through Thursday -dent: James Rousseau vice; Mrs Church, will be. presented in a

.% February 13 during the regular Alberta Coleman secretary; Ruth mid winter extravanganza in the

: NEW.. CONVENIENT LOCATION teachers' meeting at 7:30 pjn. Ferguson assistant; Mrs. Katie Church auditorium February 24 at
: The following teachers have Richardson, treasurer Herbert 8 pan

123-A West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville, Florida been assigned for the ensuing Dennison, libraran and Mrs. Doro. The ;musical will depict tM .

LAJl/1 J Jivultt/rililf year: Mrs.' E. M. Richardson Mrs. thy. Silas, reporter. beginning of Negro Spiritual
it/thf* *. Office -"ELgin 4-3988 -:- Residence FLanders 9-1809 Mildred Hill, Miss Emma Holly, Westminister Choir: Nathaniel songs from slavery to the present

fJ / /* Mrs. Edna M..Clemons, Mrs Gloria Stiles, president; Olin Pearson
and oti/irivl/;
Janie F. Cannon,. Mrs. Vera Floyd, secretary; Miss Delores Pearson from the various choirs are: Mrs.

i.xsi itii: > SAVI\ LILLY'S DRUG STORE Mrs. Doris Smith Mrs. ErnestineCox corresponding secretary: M r a. Margaret Pridgen :Miss Bermetta

the Rev. Walter Brown Mary Ann Pearson, treasurer; Royster. Calvin Forehand and

Our very, liberal 1907 Kings Road at Spires Mrs. Gladys W. Sumpter, :Mrs. Joseph Grant Jr.: chaplain; WIl-j Miss Sandra Forehand. '

earnings are .compounded Each account Is Ella Johnson D. C. Jones ''Mrs. liam Smith business manager; I Mrs. Mildred Forehand will I I

S'e m i.- CURRENT RATE Insured, up to Gertrude Hatcher, Mrs. A.' M. McIntosh W K. "Harper Sgt-at-armsr Tom serve as pianist and Mrs. Clarice

Annually on Savings 1 L .hi $10.000 b 7 the Where Experienced ,- ; Mrs: 'Agnes'' A. Walker, mie Maulsby robe steward; Mrs. Hughes, 'oi'ganlst..cThe group will ;
'In this Association '2'-/O Federal Savings Pharmacists Prepare ]Mrs. 'V rdie Bradley, the Rev, F.' Charlie Jones librarian and Mrs. be''directed by the pastor, the .

which I s 3 and Loan Insurance Your Prescription According 1' D. Richardson,. 'Sr.,.Trexie Collins, Ram Smith .parliamentarian.MT. Rev;; A. J. Hughes.ABYSSINIA ... .;:
CorporationpetOdiib Ira Hamby. and Mrs.. Pearl Eut-
bartered I and su- to your doctor's '
?, !theme f :.}AF:BIYFDENi 'authorized .by sn instructionsy ..Using ), say,,assisted by Mrs. Lottie Rose.: 'SINAI: CHOIR: GROUP': ;': '
.. Mix ... "
M. ;
r, act of Coogresv A.'Guyton has ben'alsigned --
:, only the best quality J P S'OBSERVA SPONSORS TEAT .
CE ,..
to assist the' departmental! .
( l- ':.n?:_ : L 1.i L.U drugs. .414
,. superintendent; 'te the' primary "
r ..>. <:-- J. '. : department and Mrs: LocfleBalhes o oil. 3 of Mt Sinai Baptist I, :. Male: Chorus :of the .Abyssinia '

Dr. O. E Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham to assist 'the intermediate Church will celebrate' 'Its 14thanniversary Baptist 'Church of which .

i the Rev; W., Smith is "
'-:- -:- .:- superintendent. Sunday at 3 pJn.Mra. M. pastor,
,;.. ;., ',' '. '. ; : The'school'will present 'a Founders -Arie Norton 'will deliver will sponsor a musical tea ;SUn-. :

l 'M! .6 t:::: ,AiCOMPLETELINE: OF: ,'v t.:. ::. Day program Feb.;.-9 .during': the. anniversary message} Miss day.beginning'At:: 3 p. m, at;;the**.

i rri'1 i'l '- : teosm.tica".:'Ribbeer Goods-:-'Candies;.: Sunaries ,: the' regular: :'Period; beginning: at Audry WDcox,-.choir president has church. A::-program wil be, pre-
.axe :wM ,Linn 9:30 a.m., with Mrs. E. 'IL Richardson adnoufcedrthat the choirs of the rented with local talent of thes*
PRESCRIPTIONS: CAIdrD! FOR AND DELIVERED program chairman Incharge. city are extended an invitationto city appearing. Choirs 1 and 2

be present. and Usher Board 3 will serve



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Ending[Saturday. February 15 1958 ST r 1', ;;- THE FLQRTOAISTAR we
; t .It ___ 1 in Pago Fir
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i 14. II 4 ;
r:: iULii a < .45JH&STREET' SCHOOL' BAND PARENTS MAKE .i- Then..king :and|queen]of., the Band"> ,t v ithe*r Rhythm: Band. Pre.Band -

SCHEDULES EVENTS PLAN FOR BAND-O- school will preside over the pa- Junior Band. String Orchestra

.,' p r : RAMA ACTIVITIESThe gent at which time the Gretel I and a five hundred Voice {

; The faculty of 45th, Street and Gertie Dance :School, the Choir, will performing.: 4
Darnel.Cookman Band Parents
HaY Junior-Senior High School will drill team, Majprettes,, the .Helping Another feature pf the.program '_'
present a faculty extravaganza Club will present its fourth Hand Club, the School 'Boy will be a guest 'conductor from .J

4 ." models" and I annual Band-O-Rama. Monday Patrols, the Young Citizens Club; Florida. A. and M. Universitywho ;
ace-age Sputnik
17 in ,
Myrtle Avenue the Isaiah ,Blocker Marching and will appear on the program.
3 ; -7 4 r;, Talent"" February 17 at 8-p.. m. in Ball Park.
Concert Bands the .James Weldon All dances for the Ban-O.
4 the school cafeteria..::**-4i,'jp The special feature of, the pro. Johnson Marching' and Concert Rama will be taught by Mrs. P. .
k ,3'- Among the'participants ap. gram wilt be the "Cookman Pa- Band, the Darnell-Cookman E. Jones and Mrs. E. B. R. Cox.

pearing are: Mrs. Johnnie Roberts gent" which will be a tribute to Marching and Concert Band, the Music and general production will
the Darnell-Cookman Band for its James Weldon Johnson Marching will be under the direction of
who, will model the latestdesigns
accomplishments during the past and Concert Band the Darnell. John H. Bolden. the school band
in spring hats, Mrs. Hor-
five years. :Cookman Marching and Concert director.
tense Gray. Mrs., Evelyn Hughes,
Mrs.. Susie Pierce and Mrs. Rosa "
: )
;r .kJr x' L I*. Smith who will feature creations ..'.
b in cocktail ,afternoon, even

Ip .ing and formal attire., '
: r. Others included are: Mrs Bernice -
Green who will sing the ,
i latest song hits; Lola Schell and "
y. : Sheldon Cole dance team who ;. ,
xRYA .
i .r :ry.'' u will be seen,doing the Cha" and ... by buying :
f :the "Mambo." Mrs. Norma Bland
: will give dramatic readings. Others ,' .
will be featured in "rock and .
roll" entertainment. Dancing to .
Billy Moore's Cumbo will follow. H \ NOW.l. .

Members of the 'planning committee .

are;. Miss Margaret Po
I well, Mrs. Jotonie, Roberts, Mrs.
LES JIEGALETTES are shown posing smartly following their social meeting held recently" In Marion Wilson Hart, }trs: Evelyn

the Zinnia Ave. home of 1U.... Janelle W. Sam lets Left to right (seated).. Mrs., ,Alberta W. Hughes, chairman; Mrs. Bernice you .can.
Dillard Mrs Lillian L. Dennis, )In. Johnnie L. Byrd, second row, left to right (seated), Mrs Alma Henderson. Miss Mary Latimer, ..

Costella, Mrs. Frankie McGee, Mrs. Annie L. Pinkney, Miss Gloria Anderson, back row, (standing), Mrs. Lola R. Schell cochairman.Mrs. .
Mrs. Janelle \\'. Saunders, Sirs. Alice L. Slater, Mrs Estelle Joyner (guest), Mrs Ora M. Mclver Evelyn Hughes'will- serve as
(guest) and Airs. Georgia M. Henry narrator. '
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Howard and Mrs. Mary Wilson
members of the Founders Day '.1
committee presented a very unique SAH

- OBSERVED ATE program which featured several I.I ( :

I'school choruses and bands. .

Special tribute was paid to all .
GILBERTThe past presidents, principals and By C. PARHAM JOHNSON
other P-TA workers during the "
memorial service by Mrs. Rosa The annual banquet of Maceo Lodge ,No. 8 .of Elks will be .
Parent-Teachers Association Robinson. Mrs. Cora F. Ross held Friday, Feb. 21 at 9 p.m. in the Elks Auditorium. 712 W. $ AI1 AR

of Matthew W. Gilbert celebrated awarded citations to persons who Duval Street. .,.

their 31st Founders Day Wednes- have given outstanding service to The annual address will be banquet. From all accounts the

day night, February 12 in the the PTA given by Eric O. Simpson, the i annual affair this year will be
dynamic and progressive Editor. much larger the yearthan in
I II this
school auditorium at 8:00: p.m.I All P-TA presidents of the city (Hi
Publisher of
the Florida Star. Mr. previous years.A .
Mrs. Mozelle Jones, chairman. were invited to be among platform -
Simpson has championed the grand time is in store for all Model 701
Mrs. Edith Nixon Mrs. Rosa guests. .
cause of the people through the who will take time out,to be a t

columns of the paper through the part of the evening, with the Elk

years.His editorials each week have family. .
I I SNID Quill
: USEDFURNITURE drawn favorable comments from
the readers, both white and

colored because he has faced each ,, :
issue squarely with no friends to

.i reward and no foes to puniah. He s Y '. GREATEST OF ALL WRINGER WASHERS
has let the chips fall where they Y F',
4n( i
The men of the lodge felt in To keep factory workers oa ;

secumg Editor Simpson, they the job during this "off-sea- ,._;.1 I O
were getting a man who is well .

OPEN AN ACCOUNT EASY TERMS acquainted with the religious, son"-Speed Queen has made
civic fraternal and political lie
it possible for to offer
in Jacksonville and wen able to

give the kind of message that this big_saving without sacrificing -
will be beneficial to all concerned.
GgpUP! Exalted Ruler W. R. Davis, his one speck of qualityl!

BED cabinet and members of the lodgeare 'Lrwn
f p $ .
working dilligently to havea 1 8995
$1) Regular 1958 Price
COtv\P ,. >> $ 9 large' attendance present to -
1&01) hear the message and enjoy the '
-: > 'I S l49 .
I Special Sale Price
:- i 1$ \\ ,,.., ,,,_ ,.. ,
"t YS ,t.N. .i"-"N.'Y.<' '' .IIII-5'; ''':' :;:;:;:< :;v.;: (with:your old washer)

_:-_ 1 S 't1\A COMMUNITY GROUP Eric 0 Simpson to Speak ..... $A OO x


.. ... ,
annual of the
MODERN SOFA' ..___ J12.SS The. banquet the
Westside Community Club was I lUll look at _
LIVING BOOM GROUP pUS I held recently in the Recreation GIVE ._,. great quality farfur f J
Third and Mt. HermanSt.
Center. -
FUEL OIL HEATERS' =f1iS5CFQtOME Double Wall Construction
Installation of officers was
DINETTES! I64.95BEDR held by' C. Parham Johnson Maximum Guarantee MODN.

followed by a unique program! TRAVELOGUEs Trouble-Freo Mechanism 701f. ,-'
arranged for the occasion. > :
GolfP4PC. Tan lie-proof AgitatorBewfSheped ,
Officers elected were: Mrs. J. .... -/ 1'f
B. Gathers, president; Mrs Mantle B. F. McLaurin- Eastern Zone Tub ',If' '' ;
s4219 Crockett, vice president; Mrs Supervisor' the Brotherhood' of -. NT. Super-Duty Aluminum WrfaferSpeeef .:.. .UY NOW .h

: fJ) Nannie :Myers recording secret Sleeping Car Porters., win' be presented ,'. Queen "Time TeKer" AND "': '. ., :. ::ra: .
c -- tary; Mrs. A. L. Kirkland assist in, a Travelogue Tea, Sun SAVI

:s;. AND ant secretary; Mrs. Thelma Simp day from 4 to_6.p.m.at Ebeneser
kins fIna.ncIa.l'aecretary, and Mrs.. Methodist"Chunh'' corner Ashley -

MA 61' Ethel Williams, treasurer. and Clay streets. IF YOU DON'T HAVE AN OLD WASHER
Other officers elected were Mrs: The tea is being given by the

Ida Washington: chaplain; Mrs. : Ladies Auxiliary to the Brother-

m llELLAS 1.. :, Celia _Anderson, rainy day secretary hood of Sleeping ,Car Porters,. CAN BUY THIS FINE SPEED QUEEN -
SECTIONAL SOFA GROUP '5195 ; Mrs- Daisy urns, social Jacksonville Division. YOU .
COIL' SPRINGS 4.145 secretary, and treasurer; Ida. Mr. McLaurin has had 'an extensive ..
6-PC. DINING ROOM SUITE -$29.95 Lime M. Cutliff. treasurer of theChristmas trip abroad and the travelogue .

2PC. SOFA BED SUITE $ 9.50 Savings; Mrs. Ida along with a.film, will cover WASHER FOR ONLY

INNERSPRING MATTRESSES $12.95 Washington and Mrs. Viola Vic. his stay in Holland.- Italy, some (\ ii
MODERN SOFA BED' --519.95wave kers, sick committee; Mrs. Ethel parts of England and France, .J
Boyd, floral committee; Mrs. Alta showing miracles being performedin
Washington and Mrs. Juanita the new country bf Israel, the

> Everette, birthday committee, and land of the Bible. S5DOWNI
_' : 'Mrs. Marie Hodges: reporter. I,! An invitation has been extended 4'
;.: D\N to all students of colleges, schools, \ .
!: :t civic, fraternal and social rgroupsand :
$ T
..ccotvP,1;; \}$ SYMPHONIC BAND the citizens of Jacksonville.
o c.t Music will be provided for by
:t.. TO BE PRESENTEDIN the Edward Waters College .
... ? ":
.. .6 u ._Ao"C Chorus.

r "" "T ": >' : J'. BALANCE ON EZ .
_:_ O. : .; : :.i 'J-' ) !; ; I : members of the Band 'Parents -; ANNUAL TEA SLATED .
( : : .. ,; : : \." .. ; .
Club of New Stanton High FOR CHURCHGROUP: -
School met. recently to formulate 4- :: : .. .- I {3jJlhABQmI1l: vuoG*

BROAD STREETS plans to present the Symphonic The members of Usher Board A.of s T .
= BETWEEN CLAY.AND / Band la" its 10th, annual Spring St. Matthew Baptist Church, ,r '_>It.N.JJ-TP"Y'1'; L.'rJJI-........ II -.JrW'i" f.'T'lTM s.' f1J':Y ?.; 4'-' :. r !

: concert;March 2L will sponsor \their ,.annual Valentine ;f'; : --: ':! i '-. ""'f -' tf" .
512 W. ADAMS The band, under the directionof Tea Sunday, February 16from '
Prof. lI:/; D. 'McFarlm, has an &.to\6iVm, at- the; parson

LRN1Th ] Concert enfta.bliecord and marching in the bands area, of age.The Reverend..William: A. Smith DAVIS FURNITURE.C0.

'; The Symphonic c Band' will m.elude' director of :Religious Life aDd .
-repertoire. music of Dean of men of.Florida Normal '. -

enfer many varieties, marches, popular ,Conege St. Augustine .Ran_the -135:Broad.Street---' _-_.. _,_ .__ -- I_gin.3-.579l..
SJjo ,_ -
music overtures Tuod
...m symphonies' guest speaker for both services
from music .
outstanding masters last Sunday.




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: Page Six THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending SatU day. February 15. 1958

I News Of) Interes From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I


FOR ,PATTERSON COUNCIL MEETS jM k ; __ of Maceo Temple 186, TALLAHASSEE. GeorgeW.
Gore. Jr.. wife of the Prod
IBPOEW held: its installation
dent of Florida ACM, University
IN LOUISIANABISHOP services Thursday night at 7:30
LOS ANGELES-Floyd Patter.. was presented with a'plaque la
in the Elks Auditorium.
son, heavyweight boxing champion pjn recognition .f her yean of stciiee
712 \V. Duval St.
has been accused by promo to the University Hospital by
ter Jack Hurley of secretly meet- NICHOLS DISPUTE The following officers were installed Miller II. Johnson hospital a*..
MAY BE DISCUSSEDThe : Mrs. Hattie I- James
in full scale 15-
ing top fighters mlniatraior at the Deer
round bouts to keep in shape. winter session of the AfEBishop.i '. /. Daughter Ruler who was installedfor meeting of the Tallahassee Chap.
Council will inNew' : :.0.: the 71st time. Mrs. Annie L.
said the bouts take .
ter of the American Red Crew.
Orleans. La. Thursday Feb. :" ,.,;/bie Stafford was also installed for
months at Pat.terson.s :t
place every two ; 'X"' ,. For the part seven year, Mr*.
time discussion of the 71st time after
which completing
at Greenwood
training camp : Gore has served aa an executive
Lake, New York. "It's the the disputed 16th Episcopal Dis- ,* 36 years of service. of the, local Gray Ladies. and ha*
real thing too," said Hurley. trict is expected to be on the : Other officers installed were: c.'OD4uctedeek17 meditation serv.fere .
six-ounce agenda for the 3-day meeting. e r: 7 }[rs. Elizabeth Austin vice
They weigh-in use ; fur patients la one e! lira
gloves, schedule the fight for 15rounds. Bishop D. Ward Nichols, who daughter ruler; Mrs Queen B. hospital rooms which has bees
says he is assigned to be the pre. Williams,. assistant daughter ruler equipped and developed Into a

These heavyweights,. are paid late of the district has just returned ; Mrs. Robbie Brown' assisant little chapel or Meditation Ream.
from a visit to this area escort: : Mrs. G. C. Ben financial ,. "
anywhere from $3,000 to $ .OOO She ha abo been active la local
British West Indies and the secretary; Mrs. Ruby Black.
for their work. What difference social and civic enterprise especially
does it make to Patterson Thisis Carribean. well assistant financial secretary. the Thanksgiving. BjMJnpU
all tax money." Bishop R. R. Wright Jr., who The Installation included: Mrs. Committee and the local JT.W.OA.,

""The experience is doing won. denies that Bishop Nichols is Clementine Ha.rrlS. secretary of, In addition to the plaque, MM.
ders for Floyd. Where the guy empowered to maintain jurisdiction special? efforts;? Mrs. Bernice Gore ha received since coming
used to depend on his speed, he over the area, has flown to Pugh. recorder; Mrs. Doris C.Goodall. to Florida the FAMU YJI.C.A

is now developing a big punch. the islands in an attempt to .' assistant recorder; Mrs.Beulah Citation (Christian Citizenship

He's going to be champion until thwart Nichols' efforts. S 'McCMlan. public relations i Award) and the Sarah A. Blotter
at least 1967." Meanwhile the case is restingin chairman; Mrs. Mable Morse, organist Meritorious Service Award from

The promoter, who is a close the hinds: of the Church's | ; Mrs. Callie Hill door the Florida Normal and Industrial

friend of Cus D'Amato, Patter Judicial Council, which is to con keeper; Mrs Hazel Lloyd, gate- Memorial College on the occasionof
son's manager defender D'Amato sider a petition brought by Bishop q, :v]: ig. AL raY keeper. Trustees are Mrs. Laveniai their Commencement Exercise

against that his feud with with Nichols and answered by Bishop T. Oneal Mrs. Elizabeth Debase.{ at St. Augustine Florida
Wright. The Judicial 'Council is / Mrs. Arlene Ayers, Mrs. Hattie
the International Boxing Club, --- -- -
headed by James D. Norris is expected to meet sometimes before z. 9E} Mosley and Mrs. Dorothy James. I RATTLERS CAPTURE

the Feb. 19. Other committees were ap-
hurting fight game by keep
ing Patterson idle. The Church's Brotherhood organization pointed during the meeting SECOND PLACE IN

"Patterson's under direction of its y TWO DEPARTMENTS
knows I
manager u i
president the Rev. H. Ralph 4 4x e e .
what he is doing. Hurley said.
"If the title were held by an IBC Jackson, will also meet in New II If HOW TO GET YOUR .1 TALLAHASSEE The FlordaA .

man do you think Patterson Orleans Feb. 20. f Ft1 [ SLEEP WHEN YOUR and M Ratlera. the 1957 Mythical -

would get a chance? Because of According to the plan handed I 1 BABY IS TEETHINGNo National Negro Football
down from the Chicago meet Champions, were second in two
taxes twicea her
Floyd can fight only baby in his or right
year just like former heavyweight ing of the group, the 31 appointed I 1 mind would dream of getting departments of the NCAA during

Marcia. commissions will report on mat I ; the past season.
champion Rocky ) severe teething pains at a convenient
no did." ters concerning vital church probe hour. They must occur A release on statistics for the

"Floyd had two fights last yearend lems. 1 4 r, r.l between midnight and 6 in the small colleges of the National
Also, the schedule of business Collegiate Athletic Association
on "---"'-- -----'- -- "-'- '--'-- -
he'll have two this year. He'sright morning just to keep parents up
on schedule. What's all the will be: statements issued SATELLITES ELECT Officers at the installation party held recently by the popular Satellite all night. Seriously, teething is showed the Rattlers were second

commotion?" concerning the status of the pre. Social Club are shown In the above photo.; Left to right (standing:). )[n. Louise. : Blakely Mrs. no joking matter for baby or to Denison College in both total

D'Amato would not confirm or siding bishop of the 16th Episcopal Christine Newsom, Mrs. Carrie L. Fraser, L. Walker. Installation offleer and Mrs. Hooey Walker. parents but, fortunately in our offense and rushng offense.

deny Hurley's story District, the suggested special In the next photo enjoying: social chatter left, are: Mrs Bernice Wilson Mrs. Juaoita Undsey modern scheme of things, thereis Denison had a game average,
session of the General Conference : Mrs. Marian Hall and Mrs. Mary Jane Jackson. a safe and happy solution for of 430.8 yards in total offense
DO, DUVAL NEGROES : and the request.,that the ,budgetbe j all concerned. while A and M only 4284. The
WANT PROGRESS, increased. I It is called Ora-Jel. Rattlers game average of 369.4in
19th a product
: : James Bing Davis, 1030 W.
I Read "Politics Aa TJiuai" The Connectional Council will Wedding; Bells I St.. age 23 and Edith P. Albright JACKSON COUNTY4H When Ora-Jel is applied to baby's rushing offense was 2.7 yards
By Eric CX.Simppon also hold its winter '''session at in less than Denison's 372:1: game
1479, W. 8th St., age 18. gums, it stops teething pains
On 2 that time in New Orleans. CLUB HOLDS average.
Page Samuel Smith, 908 Pearl SU just 20 seconds. Ora-Jel is so
I safe it's commended Parents' Florida was fittn in total de-
age 21 and Eartha Lee" Walker TRAINING MEET by
Applications for Marriage 720 Court H, Biodgett Homes, Magazine and recommended "by fense with an average yield of

BOTH FIRST RUN, RITZ ALL; NEW licensee: : City, age 21, .. many pediatricians. Baby: won't 105.6 yards to opponents in their
Jackie Lee Colson 2060 Tuske- MARIANNA Jackson County4H mind it either because its perfectly nine game slate. The Floridians
gee Road, age 19 and Florence FAMOUS SINGERS Club boys and girls met for I tasteless and effective for held their opposition to a mere
Washington. 2060 Tuskegee Rd., their Annual Officers Training!!''so. 73.9 yards per game on the
: TO APPEAR'SUNDAY long a time, you can probably
age 26.Ervin. meeting I i get in your full 8 hours sleep ground, but it was only good
.Taylor 1723 W. 29th St., AT DUVAL ARMORY The members represented officers -t between applications.. enough for fourth place.

age 35 and Rosa Lee Lott, 1052 from 22 Jackson County! Ora-Jel comes in a convenient

Kings Road, age 35. I The "Bg Gospel Train' the next 4.1{ Clubs V. L. Elkins and I I i tube and should be standard

Burley A. Brewton, 1793 W. 6th musical attraction for Jackson. Virginia V. Dickens, Negro Farm "equipment' in your medicine ARTICLES FOR SALE

St.. age 25.and Minnie L. Rhodes,I vile will be presented at the and Home Agents for Jackson!I cabinet and first aid kit because,
AND KARL MALDEN"BOMBERS 743 Rushing St.. age 23. I' Duval County Armory Sunday at County. 1; in addition to giving completerelef -:- Out of Pawn -:-

B52"COMING1 Willie Rivers 707 Davis St. 9 p.m. The County Agent conducted a i, from teething pains, it Ladies'
age 52 and Carrie Pierce 1544 i" The program will ,feature some discussion on the duties of the I] works equally well for toothaches. quarter
Madison St., age 51. j of the nations best known singers. 4-H Officers. Afterwards a mock i Ora-Jel is sold in all drug stores. length Silver Fox Coat

'Clinton Solomon, Jr., 1204 W.t such as Madam: Edna allman Cook meeting was held and club members .!'' .$49.50. .

STAHTSFEB. 23rd St.. age 39 and Alberta Lon.j of Washington, D.C.. The Singing were given the opportunity'
RITZ THEATRE 19 don, 1204 W. 23rd St., age 39. Sons, of Mobile Ala., The Spiritof to show how they would hold a! Mink dyed Muskrat Coat

BROUGHT BACK BY POPULAR DEMANDS Henry Smith. 2306 Thames St. Memphis, of Memphis, Tenn., meeting. The training meeting 1st! STOPS i$39.50 1 .
age 18 and Emily Irene Wright, Five Blind Boys of Alabama The an annual event held each year,
Rt. 9, Box 1190, age 16. {Sensational Inspirational Gospel to give 441 Officers practice. in TOOTHACHE Mink dyed Squirrel Cape

Warren' Wardell, Holmes. 547 Singers of Charlotte N. C., and I conducting, a meeting $49.50
Jessie St.. age 22 and Mary Fran! the International, Gospeialres. County Council election was

ces Mungen, 545 Jessie St., age : This is .a;Laura Jackson.presents. held and the officers elected for IN Al's Jewelry: and Loan
22. 1 I the boys ,and girls were: Presi-
> Company
tion."v ... > vr |
r dents, Longworth Johnson and
,Mary Robinson; vice presidents I, 439 West Bay Street

CODNG.lro.'THE STRA1IDi .. William Brinson and Daisy Bell ORA-JEL Phone, EL 4-6264

S..ICYV.I.E'WI.E'W' and I Lewis; secretary. Alford Wooten

R.O.O, 'S. E Y':E.L T MID i b-- ,-i.J ,,':Jr., and Dorothy Barkley; council .
delegates, Thomas Holden and
"PROOUCTION ft.III. WILES Luebennie Gray and reporters

W..THETEN r E RtflliONOURSY.: EBONY., FOLLIES- ,Bryant Fredrick. Broxton and Debris :1r

COMMANDMENTSCMA8LTOM : DIRECT FROM N. Y. After election remarks were
given by parents and visitors and J
--. 30 Hot Entertainers a
YIX AMMt .: tDVNDG YYOtcNt.COIA refreshments were served

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FED 18-n ,
You Don't Have to Go to Town to GetS
I A 21.year-old-man who works
Joel McCrea Mark Stevens
as a landscape laborer from Man
LOW PRICESOn "GUNSIGHT RIDGE" I darin pleaded guilty WednesdayFeb.

Pins 'CROWDED PARADISE" 5 in Criminal Court to man-
slaughter in the accidental shooting *

Your of Elsa oretta Williams, 23.
COMING SAT. MIDNIGHTFEB. of 5009 Avenue B. Judge William

!!Del T. Harvey suspended sentence and
DRUG STORE REEDS "RODAN"SUN..TUES. placed him on three years probation

Oliver W. Hartley admitted his
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store .
ROOSEVELT- negligence the shooting that
WE WIll. MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISEDIN AMERICAS+IfI i ,n. 18.13 killed Miss'Williams, the night of

COWBOY COMEDIAN "I WAS A TEENAGE Oct. 19. 1956. The, ,defense .at-
YOUR LOCAL PAPERSWOODI torney. Albert J. Datz. said the

at SKYVIEW FRANKENSTEIN"BloodrofDraada"" shooting, >happened on the porchof 1400 WRIIC 1400
; a drinking place on Avenue
TUES._THTJRS. r ee. Faso
DIllE PHARMACY B ,when. the woman. and & man -TEATURE-- ;'
aad on screen8MD1HY
got involved in,an .
.. argument.Attorney
In ...
,Datx said, several KEN KNIGHTPRESENTXNQ
BOCK[ HUDSON other men interfered and ,one .
M.U9748We Hs- -ACTION OF TIGER- smNxT'POlf11r"SometMncf & of them, made for Hartley who: -

Denver -We Al. Fffl AH Doctors' was standing,outside. When Hart: KNIGHT TRAIN .
: ; Pesatpllr : at ROQ,SEVELT of Value '
ley pulled his pistol from his ;
JtUGHT\WAT.ER- 1ELEPFION belt to defend: himself, the weapon
... 'KIN accidentally fired and the tSO: to 1040 MONDAY thn FBHUT
BILLS' At OUR STORE ADULTS .-'40o bullet hit.giros William la the BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

.. ,-.,.. .. rCHILDBEY1Ie .t" right cbest.....Sha died the next 1030.13 MONDAY thru SATURDAY
day in the hospital 't

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Week Ending Saturday. February :15. 1958 : ,,. : "it # '!, ',' THE FLORIDA_ STAR .' Page Seven

I -Jacksonville' Awaits The Coming Of Hank Aaron .1

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a--. >' ,' ." : ..:,. s ,. : : SPECIAL EVENTS PLANNED

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f i 2 : ::f One of the truly great moments aw!:*'*:": -'jsonville !s' the

frx P 5 M q q.A ."., .. : cart,rft of the 1W "home r::i champic ;" (* :'he riajor. leagues in

i ,, i!the person cf Henry fHlnJU) Aaron v:ho is scheduled to be in

I I i A 3r ; ..., .+4 I Jav-l.sc.ivile;: Tuesday Feb. 18.

By t;. PARHAM JOHNSON }Hank the Champion Milwaukee!!

4' : 'H : Braves< Most Valuable Player in The hard hitting outfielder from
EDDIE MACIICN and ZOUA F01.LIthe two leading (' >n. wy ; !! 1957 will come to Jacksonville for t:
Mobile Ala., has won the Triple
tenders for the heavyweight crown that is being worn by Floyd the first time since the World
Patterson have signed for aU-round hvyen -weight fight to be staged : Series. Hank is said to be one Crown and established himself as

in San Francisco's Cow Palace, March 19, according to an annomieement of the greatest natural hitters of the most dangerous in his league'in

made by boxing promoter Benny Ford. I all time and he gives Mickey total bases (340) in 1956 and

BOB BOYD, the tan sluggingfirst I I Owen, former Brooklyn Dodger 369 in 1957. He led in runs last
baseman of the Baltimore "Brown has evaded Lane long catcher and Jacksonville Braves ; year (118)), hits in 1956 ((200)),
Orioles has been given a boost enough" manager credit for his ability asa .
doubles in 1955 (37) and 34 in
in pay for the 1958 season. Boyd WILLIAM (Bill) PERKINS, the slugger.The .
\ 1956. In the World Series againstthe
is one of the leading batsmen in boyhood chum of the writer of young slugger is tabbedthe I

the American League. His 1uteuon's this column is dead. He died suddenly to Stan Yankees he 'topped the hitters
potential successor
ENJOYING SUCCESSFUL SEASON The.Pantherettes of Matthew. Gilbert High School is
average was .318 after at his home in : of boh clubs (.393. led them all.
baseball enjoying a very successful season. They hate met and defeated! some of the best basketeers In and (The Man) Musial, of the St.
injury that threatened bus Alabama recently Perkins who in homers (3) and batted in
out of the city. Coach Thelma Geiger has been nary, successful! in putting together a winning combination Louis Cardinals. After four years runs
career. once caught the great and fabu- in the majors he has been running ((7). His 11 safeties were good for
Shown In the
ROBINSQN-BASILIO for the 1958 season. picture from left are: G. Brunson, B. White, E. Cot.

bout The stands RAY a good chance to seta the lous Satchel Paige was one of ton, R. Cofer. C. Hill, C. Hogan, W. Bell. T. Th>mas V. Mounson, C. Lester C. Gooch, B. Jornigan, a close second to Stan. Over 22 bases.

new indoor record. It is ex- baseball.greatest He catchers in Negro : Y. Jones, B. Cross, R. Jennings, B. Simmons, Coach ',Thelma Geiger and N. Hunter. The Pantheretts the last two seasons at the ages j Preparations are in the makingfor
bout started out as a trial finish a successful season.bassett of 22 and 23 years, the hard I a warm and hearty welcome
petted that the middleweight catcher on the sand lots of ---- hitting outfielder of the Braves for the young loW when he
will produce a gross gate of Dawson, Georgia, his hometown.
has won the following awards in reaches Jacksonville. Notice ha
(560,465 and a net Of $467,633.90. Several X..J., but it did not takeaway
outstanding Negro teams the National League: been served that he will remainin
Middleweight Tony Zale .and were interested Brown's fondness QUIT
iA Bill, but he
the with
i his until
city family
Rocky Graziano drew a gate of latched on with the I beloved Georgia. He is now stationed In 1956, he won UW batting
Brooklyn he to the Braves
$422,918 in 1947- which is the Royals in I at Fort Benning, Georgia. title with a .328 average; 1957. reports spring
present record. When Perkins :, GOOD NEWS has been flashed AS AN AMATEUR REPRESENTEDWILDER Home nm title (44)), and in 1957, training base. Hank is the son-
was at the peak in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Valuable Aaron
THE JOE BROWN over-the. of his career, Negroes had not I I throughout the nation that Coach Lucas.
weight boot with Cuban light entered the major E. J. (Ox) Clemons of the Mor- holds the distinction of beingone
leagues and
weight champ Orlando Eschew like the great Josh ris Brown Wolverines who has John Woods, the 28-year old CLUBThe of the youngest players in

ria in Havana, Feb. 8, D3O-TV did not get a chance to Gibson catch he in'' been in the hospital for more thana veteran amateur boxer of Jacksonville -I the history of the game to holdas I BAY YOU SAW IT

show, will be the first boxing the majors. Bill played with the week seriously ill has improved and co-captain of the many records and receive as IN THEFLORIDA I

event ever televised from a Brooklyn Royals, the Birmingham Coach demons has many friends Wilder Athletic,'Club Boxing I Wilder Athletic Club .will J I many] awards as Aaron. : STAB

foreign country. Instead of the Black Barons and the Baltimore I 1m the different sections of the I team has been boxing for the enter ten fighters in the Golden -

o-axial cable they will use "over Elites. He came to Jacksonville ,' country who have waited to hear I past eight years in the amateur I Gloves boxing tournament which

the horizon" transmission employ. once with the Albany Normal the good news of his recovery. ranks will wind up his amateur was held February 10, 11, 12 and Now

lag an invisible electroalc bridge baseball team when this writer FLORIDA A & M UNIVER-I career this season. I 14 at the Main and Beaver Street Open!

caned microwaves.JOE was a student at Edward Waters SITY has taken over the SIAC Woods!, who has.been an inspir- Wilder went ahead of the Green

BROWN, the lightweight College, to play against the cage race. The Rattler cagers I ation to the Wilder team completed Arena.In .

champion has been told by thea Tigers. The Tigers at that time been bowling over opponents one his course at Stanton Vocational posting a 14-man roster .IiB
spectacular comeback after an after the other after a slow
had such School last John has
performers as Frank year. Cove Springs Navy team which
National Boxing Association that Donaldson start. Coach Edward Oglesby has not competed in a tournament j
(Dean Blue posted ten contestants. The Union THE JACKSONVILLE
he must fight Kenny Lane by fired his charges up to the point
Everett). Big Jackson Daniels since the 1955 Championships, has Bag and Paper Co. of Savannah
April or face forfeiture of his, Booker Simpkins Cocky" Dukes, where they have been the classof I won more honors in the Golden I Georgia brought an eight-man
title. The NBA said recently: i Lloyd ( the conference race. Gloves' Tournament ban
Rocky) Haisley and others any squad; Jacksonville Naval Air
who COACH JULIUS GUINYARD other boxer in he fifteen I PALMSFORMERLY
played on the great Edward yearsof Station had a 15-man squad for
Waters team. of the Wilder Athletic. Boxing its existence. !
the fistic event Southside Youth
Each JIM BROWN, the Cleveland team has done a remarkable job The :young fighter with great i Center entered a six-man team,
precious Browns in building contestants l for the the 1954 and 1955
rookie potentials won
who won every and the Lacawanna Athletic Club ( THE 2-SPOT)
honor that Golden Gloves each year. His Golden Gloves and I
one man can win in Championships had six.
drop is professional football is a Georgia fighters show much promise as the most outstanding boxer award '
The latest team to enter the
boy.His parents moved to Man. future fighters in the pro ranksif on each occason. He also ,I tournament the West Palm Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
: was
they continue in the fighting
.. won the 1955 Florida AAU cham.
.. ... game. .pionship.sPATfERSONIS. Beach Air Force Base. The Air
Your MEET AGAIN. team. Any amateur boxer at least ,
{( \ I 16-years old and'over were invitedto

) take part in the 15th annual
.. v. tournament.The .
Wilder Club fighters McPHATTERAND

Incomparably Smooth! REPAIRED f fSElFORLONDONFIGHT worked out before the tournament

under the ,supervision and the
',:. ,All Household Models watchful eye of Coach Julius HIS ROCK AND ROLL BAND _
,' Lucky Days Lucky Colon
PO 4-0127 Guinyard who has posted a well
earned record in the amateur
: Each WeekIn ranks with his fighters. The
Your Weekly Wilder Athletic Club fighters I
.. GUIDE 30-72-19 have been among the top per. PRICE
Champion Floyd Patterson is
Send 52.00 for your Horoscope formers in the tournament each
I scheduled o defend his title in
Astonishingly Dry! Guide with lucky numbers year and the 1958' tournamentwas
London in June and he
no excepUon.MITCHELL.
days lucky colon.
.. make defense the U.
an April n
.' Enclose Watch This down
a stamped envelope.0 .
8. but t is certain that the challengers -

,. ... are not leading conten.1
-0- ,Cus D'Amate, manager SPECIAL! .
I 8' 7 SETS
5.2 ) and British promoter Har.

.. : In and Man to: 9 5 ry' Levine announced an agreement -

.t' ,on,a London-fight with, Joe
ZODIAO 9 S Erskine if the British Empire WINTER GOLFTOURNAMENT TeenageMltinee
Amiably Mixable! *X',O. Box MBJaelcMBvlDe champ defeats Sweeden'a Inge
'296-11=327 mar Johansson February 2L .

1, Fla Nino Valdea,. the Cuban 'champ SUNDAY
234438BotuetiBies \ 4 TO T P. M.
defeated Joe ,2rakJn'e! in ..i
; a one. .
Name ....................... round knockout' less tlnan _, '
., bcfa iQ a"year
,tx. ADDRESS :......-........... '''Sometime*''he's dowa ago. ,in London which does not MIAMI The beautiful Miami .
:Be add*.-,......
well for '
a.. State ................... t.Br .. contender. ... ...,. >.
be the site of Ray Mitchell'snarthsouth -- -
1 ................".... Coining Attractions* The next man,in Hne for an tourna.
winter golf .
American bout is Pete fUdemach- ADMISSION . 56c
I, 'DCDth:I&tdq, ment which has been set for
'52 78-22
the Olympic champion
er, Patter. ;-l.z.
Miami February 2427.
r .-:- son ''kayoed last August, .,just a -z- -z-
::: .-. month after pounding 'Tommy. Ray Kitchen, Florida born pro
.. who resides in New York
(Hurricane) Jackson into obli
City has announced that golfers
vion. I Jam Session
rII from an over the country will Regular

participate )In the 1958 tourna.

ment just as they have done in

LEAGUE COMMITTEE previous years. Sunday Night From 9 P. M. Until

tTlttID Q MEETS AT AFROThe Last year Joe Roach and Eoline

Thornton, both of Los Angeles, .

0 Dw O Small Gifts Committee of won the men's and women titles. ,"
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r.rrrr .. the Jacksonville Duval County i United Golfers. Association pro

United Negro College Fund Committee !champion, Ted Rhodes, St. Louis,

of 100 met last Thursdayin i was winner in the professional
PBESS your >hair wnh COMING NEXT WEEK !
the library of the Afro Ameri- ranks. Dr. H. M. Holmes, Atlanta

ebonaireGrrostlaa can Life Insurance Company.The is defending champion in the

of the meetingwas senior men's division.In .
CREME fuit to complete plans for an previous years, Dick Gardnerand LITTLE WILLIE JOHN

effort to raise $2,600 toward the Myrtle, New York City and

sI 110,000. local quota of the Florida I Sam Woodson, U. S. Army have ANN COLE

T .. $0,000 apportionment jot_the na. been divisional winners in the

GORDOh'Sthe tional quota Qf $2,500.00. The I tournament which has seen such

CtfHL your bar wtda a money will aid 33 church, related i well known names as Jackie (Original Liiile Richard Orchestral)

bonaireCBOCECUftL Negro Colleges of which,Bethune-ICookman j Robinson. Don Newcombe Billy FEATURING LEE DEAMOND

name Daytona Beach is the,Eckstine and Arthur Prysock as

Florida entries.A .
that makes it betterVODKA James H. Lewis, president L! large number of social event ': '';mss. -:-

6 of the Afro and general chairman are planned for the period of ;;'" ,,,,

of the local committee said "I I the tournament '.:-
am interested in the drive because -I

of the_possibility of help- : .

Ing our young people to prepare Be good. "sport". Sponsor : il.eroyHolley's: Drive -In Bar-B-Que

I IB m--SfESImIUf; > themselves for a" place*"in. the Youth ActlviHw in JOur .. .' ....... ..,,- '''r.
trtowiosr.racaat>,,twe LI- economy' of life." I, t: mmlrni$.





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.... EJ ht. THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday. February IS 1958

I 2-story homes on Wes Slde; 12 .: APIS. FOB BENT ::i.'}: TO,PRESENT CHOIR 3 OVER, CAMPANELLA'SAUTOMOBILE .. < .

r:, rooms -. CaD EL 51109. j,dean two room unfurnished 'apt. OF ST. JOHN- CHURCH, INJURY : By JAY JAT ,

i Near bus tine; Very reasonable I ,
JACKSONVILLEBASEBALL price. Phone EL 8-8979. 'I Group 27. St. Stephen Ala ANDERSON,IND.-Los Angeles ..
Church Mrs. Eartha McGowan Dodger pitcher. Carl Erskine, who
PARK I captain, will present Choir 3 of has two no hit games and a For years the Negroes of Jacksonville An eyes are on the new >k1k P d
TUES., FEB. 5'- 8:00 P. M.,
We in the colored sector
-Sponsored By- St John Baptist in a musical World Series strike-out record to have complained to high
Rooms For Rent him *
THE VARIETY CLUB program Sunday Feb. 23 at 8:30 his credit said recently he was heavens that they had no placeto watching especially.
OF JACKSONVILLE ROOM FOR BENT, deeply shocked by the automobile cried predecessor Al Cahill, felt *
inmasse they
I Almost
For The p.m.The go. because he did not get the
Blind Furnished rooms, with use of chorus of Edward Waters accident injuries that may *
Children's Foundation I entertain
the. lack'of live
about owed
vote he
us nothing.
kitchen. By day night 'or week. College will be presented in a have ended Roy Campanella's !ea- .
ment. Now we have a *"'ow ingly we found out that, it .
Rates from $5.00 week up. recital March 23 for the benefitof gue catching career.
per offered nlte. It is too earlyto his orders that
Johnnies* Rooming House. 627 Groups 4, 7 and 73, Mrs i! Erskine said: "Campy has beenan every on *
'! tell whether or not the policy Negro personnel was not
Weot Ashley Street. I Louise Genwright Horace Dur- inspiration to the Dodger pit
: Palms will work but to
of the the Sheriff's department. He
ham and Oscar Taylor captains. chers and he is .a great team
'man. the the date Jaxons are responding nicely. I the road patrol "lily-white".
Roy came up
f'! ThU corner has long maintainedthat Mr. Carson has no axes to
Modern furnished room. Couple I ALLIANCE PLANS hard way playing several yearsin ,
the National Colored Leagueand anyone could go to theo and no debts to pay, he may :
Phone EL 6-8189.
J desired. I MONDAY MEETING was slow to receive recognition -Spot and no harm would come according' to the dictates of 1WrYUt-

ROOM FOR RENT i t : for his great ability" but for some reason or the othermany conscience. One thing for
: The Baptist Ministers Wives : He continued by saying: "He i! of the so-called elite' always he runs against Mr. Cahill
Unfurnished room Bedroom, living -
i i Alliance will meet Monday at 5 overcame his earlier trials and !' felt as though they would become he has indicated he will

Phone room EL 46515.also kitchen space. pjn. in the home of the Rev. and was. at the top of the catching,I' soiled ,If they fraternized with 1960, he ,will need us. Its &&ZoO4a

I| Mrs. A. F. Cummings 1525 W. profession and looking forward.!,I the other half of the world. The move Mr. Carson.

ROOM FOR RENT ; 32nd Street. : to a great season at Los Ange- same untouchables" are minglingand The od reliable "STAR"
,The Bible lesson will be taught j les. For Roy's sake and every- mixing nightly at the Palms. i the ball and now every
Modern furnished room. Couple'I I by :Mrs. W. C. Whttten. Following I'one's sake I trust the accident i Something new will be tried getting in the act. Evefybody to A tip these of the Pepsi Cup
only. Hot and cold water. outstanding
location. Phone EL 51786. I j the lesson, reports of the officers i Was not as serious as first re-j I Sunday afternoon. For the first found out they can make young Americans, who
i[will be made and the election of 1 ported." i time live entertainment will be papers by attending: city : make our country and
i officers will' be held. j made available for those too meeting and being seen : our community a better
ROOM FOR RENT ; plate in which to live.
Mrs. H. H. Robinson president young to stay out with the elders. ;. heard. We think Mr.
Modern furnished rooms. Single CITIZENS COUNCIL .
l is asking for one hundred per The Palms is featuring a "Teen.I' shook up enough, lets get t
man preferred Phone EL 5-1109 cent in attendance. ANNOUNCES MEETING!i age Matinee" from 3 til 7 o'clock i of ,the others worried ** *

Sunday evenings. No alcohol will "Hizzoner, the Mayor". Mr. I
1 *
be allowed and the affair is has plenty of questions to : .
FURNISHED ROOM Single 45TH STREET SCHOOL|, The Citizens Community Council
of which Mrs. Lucille H. strictly barred to adults. rzFollowing r' How about the city civil I *
man only- .Phone ELgtn 5-8047 FACULTY MEMBERSTO Holmes is chairman, announcedthat the Matinee a jam more policemen, some i I :: *

-vsHonolulu f DISPLAY TALENT a meeting ,will be held tonight session will be held from 9 p.m. ; Negro firemen and a host I *
LOST & FOUNDWill I .,., big happenings :,
Surfriders at 7 p.m. in the Urban I untiluntil Actually i other things. When;you stop *
I. "J, All :New Glgantlc'lS-Ad' the party who found ladles Faculty members of 45th Street League .office 109, East Union I are planned every night | take inventory you will find v". X

., .'", .Pre-Game and Half time poeket-) k in Ladles Loungeof Junior-Senior, High School will ,Street' in Room 1. at. the Palms. few of the elected officials >.
VARIETY SHOW The ,Palms (2-Spot) last : Another inovation will be tried kept their campaign promises.The *
PRICE $1.50; $%J50; $3:00 displa their versatility when 'they The purpose of this meeting
I; (Tax Included) Monday ngiht, PLEASE'return' appear in a show,."Faculty Extravaganza .is....to present to the members, soon. An enterprising group of local Cab Drivers A'a *
*- Tickets On papers, pletur s. Keep moneybout musicians are planning to on strike. This is i ; *
Sale At I ," ,to be presented Monday the projects that are to be car young no :
HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE $12. Bring or mail. to stage the citys first "Modern operation. A strike vote a V'
ried out for' this the
: night, Feb. 17 in the cafe- year by '"
605 West Ashley Street FLORIDA STAR Jacksonville the artiststo 't"
Jazz Concert"
Among taken and the move was :
LANE.REXALL DRUG STORE I' tonum of the school. group. iC
Main & Forsyth Streets No questions asked. The presentation will feature a Members of the Council are: I appear are Leon Gonzales I by the international body. : _

Initials: C.C. I. fashion show and talent program Mrs. Ruth: Adams, Mrs. Mary I Teddy Washington Julius Brooks, with a driver and get the ; SYLVIA MATTHEWS J

.. .- -- : with members of the faculty appearing Bradford; Mrs. Thomas Brinson, Billy Moore, Walter Thornton, i i You will agree that they I New Stanton Senior IIlgh.Jc .
as performers and models. Mrs. Elvira G. Brown Mrs. J. W. Harold Frazier, Yvonne Daniels justified and need your Pepsi Cola Dealers and "K

JUNIOR LEAGUE THRIFT 'SHOP Filling stellar roles on the bill Bolden Mrs Viola Anderson Mrs. and others. Nearly all of the Bus service has been i iI Pepsi Cola Bottling ComiC

12 Broad Street will be J. H .Agrett, Sr., who will Hazel Carter Mrs. M. A. Campbell fellows have been well trained i the new Palms. Buses wll I pany are proud to salute -tc

-:- WINTERCLEARANCE: SALE -:- be featured at the piano, along Mrs. F. L. Chrispin, Mrs. I and have played with professional I i Jefferson and Ashley nightly Sylvia :Matthews, of thetc

Entire regular stock of good used women's with Mrs. Lola Schell and Sheldon L. A. Davis, Mrs. Attrus Flem- groups. Most of them are employed ginning at 9:00: p.m. and the 10th grade. She is a member ;

men's and children's clothing reduced to Cole who will appear as a mambo ing, Mrs. A. M. Frazier Mrs.E. at various spots around bus will leave the Palms ( : of the Glee Club an c
half 'price. team. L. Goines, Mrs. Thelma Harris town. Watch this corner for the ,]I I I Spot) at 2 a.m. We \dug Honor student and attends

TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 18 Fabulous fashions will be mod- Mrs. Bernice Henry Mrs Lu- time and place.Something : Mabel and the Joe Morris I New Bethel AME Church. iC

-thru- eled by a pair of glamorous school- cille H. Holmes Mrs. Lillian Goos-I new in promotions I i i: Both acts hit on all *******'. ** .

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 28 marms in the person of Mesdames by.Other I has hit the local scene. Hugh I The organst with the ,

12 Broad Street Evelyn Hughes, Johnnie Roberts members included are 1 Gregory, national representative ; Band is on the baIL ,

and Emily Moran assisted by Mrs. Lillian King, Mrs. Thomas for Schenley Distilleries is a making Good news for all of the t

other equally glamorous membersof McGee Mrs. Ruby Morriseete a stir on the local scene. He sters. More and more "of the I

the faculty. Mrs. August A. Randall Mrs. is introducing a new brand toI I jor industries are discovering '! tr r

The SEAFOOD. Wallace Rasberry Mrs. Hallie the Jacksonville market. Each )I Negro market. Latest to I
WILL KEEP CHILDREN for H. Sampson, Mrs. Eva Satter-' night prizes will be given away i i the pot of gold at the end of A .
white, Mrs. Mary Washington James McBride is the local sales- i rainbow is the Schenley

CORNER MYRTLE AVENUE AND _ADAMS and working deliver.mothers.Call Will Mrs pick Pearl up Mrs. Lillian Small. Mrs. ''Marjorie man for the firm. I tjon. At present time Hugh : mss: I

Neal, Mrs. Mary Jones Mrs. Fan- Word comes to us that Joe ory, the natonal representative
Thorpe 1551 W. 2nd Street j
nie Bradford and others.DEACONESSES Iligdon is making While I the
Baltimore EL 67276. I progress. j j company is working the the'V I
II I he is away from the job, Mary sonville market. Hugh is
Select OYSTERS (for frying) -- $1.15 pint PLANS I Ruth Brown and Norma Lynn ; panied by James McBride. t w

N. Carolina (with that deep sea flavor for stewing) 7 are holding the fort with periodic; was recently hired by the : I
Standard OYSTERS H ANNIVERSARY FEB. 6(! assists from Nat Small and John ern Distributing Co. local ,
-- 9& pint MAIDSFor I "B.B." Pickens. sentatives of Schenley. The 4 .;:.-. ..

JUMBO SHRIMP Lb. $1.15 The Deaconess Board of Second The "Blocks" have had a face. : are pushing the newest j' PATRICIA HARPER

MEDIUM SHRIMP Lb. 89c Baptist church! Jacksonville lifting Big Ashley has been re- ;, 'Schenley Champion." Watch j' New Stanton Senior High

LARGE MULLET .__. Lb. 29c NEW YORK AREA Beach, Third Avenue and Eighth surfaced from Broad to Johnson. : favorite spot for a sign Patricia is a member of
SPECKLED TROUT Lb. 49c Street of which the Rev. J. R. Twas strange to see the main'' cing the time and place they the 11th grade class where

BOAT WHITING Lb. 29c S125 .- $200 Ross ''is pastor; will celebrate its stem vacant with no cars running i j appear and show she serves as president of

FRESH WATER CATFISH Lb. 49c anniversary Sunday at 3 p. m. in up and dawn the drag. The worst fight movies. Door prizes will I her homeroom. She is a

SEA BASS black Lb. 35c the church auditorium. A visiting is yet to come. We hear that so be awarded.. i member of the NILV, )[t.

RED BASS, large Lb. 35c: PER MONTH minister will deliver the sermon. they are planning to make the Henry George Wade is Ararat Baptist Church and
CLAW CRAB MEAT Lb. $1.10 Transportation Advanced Other servces scheduled for "Big Street" one way. folk that Jerry Nash almost an honor student.

LOBSTER, Cooked Lb. 59c -Free Room and Board- Sunday are as follows. Sunday Lois Randolph is pulling out all a heart attack the other day. I ..} .....". #..
FRESH FLOUNDER Lb. 45c: REFERENCES School at 9:45: a. m. Morning of the stops and is about to seems that some people got tcc
SNAPPER FILLETS fresh Lb. 69c AND EXACT AGE. worship 10:45: and Evening ser convince all that she is "different"and I figures mixed up .One of ;' tcc

For more Information. vices at 7 p. m. a true "Bohemian". At a most dynamic and fearless I
FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR 'wrile to: sort of "soiree" the other evening College presidents will be in tc

-- SELECT MAIDS OF, DO DUVAL NEGROES everyone else was busy trying to next week. Dr. Frank Veal

THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle ;NEW YOR$, INC.) WANT PROGRESS? get intelligently: happy while the president of Allen University s

Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 337 Central Avenue Read -: "Politics As Usual" young lady read poetry speak on the 13th. He is here N kk
pLawrence.'N.. T On Page 2 Shades of F. Scott Fitzgerald connection with the celebration

.. t By Eric O. Simpson and his loat,; eneration!!J. Richard Allen's birthday.The .
-. .. ... : < z .. Betty Stewart had as her guest drivers of the New tcIe

4"P"W' ': -. over the weekend Ruth Dunmoreof Cab Company are seeking : :
; Tf } Bethune.Cookman. Miss Dun- support of all.Negro eitiz.eM. '
ATTENTION PABENT.S'TY more is.:,,the.;daughter of Al Dun- strike by the drivers is iC

more, vet newsie., She_ was ;one more important than many re SUE ANN ROBED

; of the.,.attendants ,to. Miss BOG.' ize. It is a show: of United Tribute Is paid to Sue, oftc

: .... .. -,:- :; ::;-.. --.-....... ; Also .borne for ,the break was I action. Read our editorial L, l} lOtlTgrade'claM. She IB iC
Ethel Bustaraante-, who is a candidate -' member of the National (
: HtBaby ShoesChildren ; : for "Miss Fashionetta" at Society Future *
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: Bethune:; Model 'Sara Lou Harris MSUJO OPENS of America, *

will be the 'feature attraction at president of the Btu

Shoes Uhe", AKA.. .affair., ... Council and Is affilt- *

-: Discounti Elmore Crack Davis had an| TRA1N1GWORKMIAMI with! the St. Paul *

Teenage Slhoes BIG )uninvited :guest on ,Ills :front I 0- .- LE.'Church. *
porch. He staged a regular vaudeville
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scene with Patrolman Alvin FOR
(;oors' James .before the, ,paddy wagoncame
:for him. He admitted that:
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'd.r i ? ., Congratulations from Pepsi
the unsealed stuff placed him in Cola to tbes three Merit
his most embarrassing position. BEACH-Carmen Awarad winners!
1 a Duck Davis has installed anew lio, the middleweight Listen to Pepsi Merit Award
service for patrons and members has I salutation on Pepsi Cola
RED GOOSE SELRY ARCH opened training -sessions", .
PRESERVERS DRESS UPS of the Monterey. Hot coffee Is TEEN TIME-WBHO 1400
his title defense
against on your dial Saturday
now available Wise are
guys .
GERWINE1TE5-And Many Other Well Known Brands looking for hot dogs next. Ray Robinson in Chicago, 10:45 to 11:45 AM.

Elcee! Lucas is going ahead with 23.

THE ORIGINAL RETAIL PRICE MARKED ON, EACH SHOE SHOES THAT WERE $7.95 AND $8.95 plans to open the King of Clubs Basilio who gained only h

...... out Moncrief and Six Mile Creek. and one-half pounds on the
YOU WILL FIND AT The .popular printer promises to quet front since winning the
give the city another top notch from Robison in September

[ $ nite spot. Jannell Saunders tin ed out on the floor of the
HI-TOPS ''r39 and Lj.9a / [ HOUSE SLIPPERS said to be the hostess._ Watch for Street Gymnasium and did

SCHOOL SHOES $3.93'VALUES the grand opening.The work on the punching bag.

AT 500Spencer conduct of a few thugs in Owens Barilio's sparring ,
DRESS: SHOES -- 'the Strand Theatre' last week ner will be down from i
win lead many to think that: we to work with hm for the next I\
are "not ready" for adult movies weeks Basilio said. I

which depict life realism. The T haven't worked out 8
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Ladd's.1 hoots and cat-calls which followed September but I feel great" Pepsi ColaDealers
: ,*' .' certain scenes in the feature 30-year old champion said. ofJacksonville
.c. { .' picture were not in good tasteat said, he beleives he will be 1
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