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Drive- For:,. Negro' Voters!l* FLORID( 8T"A.'fi'

Is gggngAft

Reported ...- t Ct1

I VOL. 8-NO. 3" And NEWS MARCH is. isss JACKSONVILLE 9. FLORIDA -15 -C\;;\

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..-.- I Gov. Collins Has OrderedKlan


Parades Stopped





A white man wanted for criminally assaulting a Negro girl will be \
Staff Correspondent
brought back to Florida from Georgia sheriff's office said today. '

The FBI last week reported the TALLAHASEE Gov. LeRoy Collins last Thursday ina

arrest in Macon of James Ben momentus order told Florida sheriffs they should preventKu

Nelson 38, on charges of si MAN GETS SHOT I Klux Klan parades and demonstrations.The .

I ing the 14-year-old in a vaca order came a few days
MAKE PRESENTATION The Projects Committee of the Quettes Club (Omega Wives) house in Jacksonville 8 last'I
Aug. after the NAACP called on the Collins drew certain distinctions
are seen presenting a Bridge Set, and shower gifts to Mr. Smith, who is in charge of the Occupational
year. r BY WATCHMAN governor to investigate the action between the NAACP and KKK
Therapy room for psychiatric patients at D jval Medical Center.Members pictured left to right, :
Mel Drane said the girl of Manatee County Roy
Deputy ;
Mrs. Sophia White; Mrs. Edna Adams, co-chairman of the committee; Mrs. Lillian Small Committee I because of the Klan's background
told police she was lured into a I Baden in directing va Klan parade
Chairman; Mrs Alma C. DanJeIs,.President of the Quettes making the presentation; Mr. Smith; : oT violence, spawned _In the aftermath *
[ In
pretext that nt. 'through Negro community
car on a 2 e.1lonw .
Mrs. Marjorie Gilmore, Mrs. Edith Thompson; Mrs. Helen Grime,'and Mrs Doris Scott. .. t ed someone"to ,doNSomtf housework.She A nightwatchman*an employeeof of'shoot- I Bradenton last -Saturday night. -of-the civil War and characterized

Other QueUes not seen here are: HJ'II' ClemeJI tIDe Banks; Mrs. Juanlta Wyatt; II '8. Minnie JUdd; t the city, was accused by cross-burnings and
said the drove her' to president
man a Rev. Leon A. Lowry
Mrs. ,Doris Parsons Mrs Geraldine Jones B ing a young man last Saturday
; ; Mrs. entice Henderson; Mrs. Virginia Lloyd; Mrs. Barbara -
masked and sheeted
I house, attacked her and then night, March 8 as he walked of the Florida State Conferenceof nightriders.
Walker. This group has participated in numerous social and charitable projects during the year. "
drove her back to. town:where he at NAACP branches in Tampa in "It is common knowledge that
[ the yard
The gifts presented here, were greatly appreciated by the staff88; there is a need for recreational through
equipment for therapy treatment. released'her. 5th and Cleveland Streets. an annuoncement said the recent the basic" force of the Klan has
i Mel Drane said a doctor's examination "should move the Charlie
Willie James Baker, 20, 1405 parade its origin in intimidation and
proved the girl had been Commttee to
Johns Legislatve
W. 6th Street told police he was "
attacked. in fear, Collins said. "It is a s3Tmbol -

WIFE IS BEATENBY MAN IS ROBBEDAT STATE BRIEFS !I I Investigation revealed the house walking yard through and the the watchman city incenerator drove-, Flori-da investigate who the are real intimidating culprits innocent for intolerance' and vio.* .

interested in I "
belonged to Nelson and when he up in a truck and asked him if the persons only lence.'

was taken in custody the girl iden- area looked like a street. He said : (seeing that their constitutional He said his order applies to

HER HUBBY GUN POINTArthur tified him Drane said. the watchman then asked him if ]rights are preserved and guaranteed KKK demonstrations even on
Nelson was picked up en a ]he could dance. 'II by the State. private property which are ac-

: PLANS APPROVED charge of unlawful flight to avoid'I'| Baker ,said he answered it did ; Gov. Collns severely reprimanded companied by public announce

WITH A HAMMER I MONTICELLO Preliminary prosecution. He was using the:i not look like a street and he could 1\ Sheriff Roy F. Baden for let-I\ :rr ents. violent speeches and cross-
Wallace 30 610 Ever-
plans for a new 14 classroom name of Thomas Pitts and had not dance. The watchman fired tug the KKK parade through the i burning'. ._
son Street was robbed last Satur-I J
I I Negro high school here were approved been living in a rooming house one time near his feet and he ran I' Bradenton Negro district with a''
day, March 8 at State and Ever-
Sylvester Saunders 32, of 311 j I Wednesday by the Jefferson since November, the FBI said. ;: toward Fifth Street and the rails police escort and served notice he

Claude Street was arrested last son Streets by a man who drewan County school board. I i road as the watchman fired again.. does not intend for it to happen i f'
automatic revolver him and
Saturday, March 8. after he had on The new academy will be built I Baker said. He claims the last again.If I fA
made him turn around.
attacked his wife with a claw He told police he was leaving afriend's on the Negro elementary school 4 lAX YOUTHSBOUND J' shot struck him a glancing blow necessary, Collins said, he I r NEGRO V01EREGISTRATION

hammer hitting her on the head site in southeast Monticello The on the left side of his head. will not hesitate to use his broad
house in the 1000 block of i
several times causing several Kings Road and when he reached present academy building will be The watchman, A. B. Brock emergency powers or call out the ,
lacerations abandoned but tentative troops to prevent such demonstrations
State and Cleveland Streets, the plansare OVER. ONRAPECHARGE told investigating officers Baker
Mrs. Camilla Gambles Saunders, to convert one of the struc- was walking through the incen "but I do not think this
hold-up man held the gun on him
32, 311 Claude Street told police and took his wallet and hold him tures 'into a gymnasium. School erator yard as he drove up to re- I will be necessary."I .

her husband had been across the to "get going." Supt.. D. M. 'Bls1 op said. port for work. He said he asked expect full cooperation from SEEN LAGGING

street drinking beer and when he -, Wallace A.four-classroom wing is under Baker if it looked like a street the sheriffs, he said. .
said he
returned she met him at the door and Beaver Streets went and to called Davis construction ,at Jefferson High and he answered, "no." He then I The governor can throw out of

not expecting any trouble. and -a music building annex and pulled out his revolver and told office any sheriff failing to perform By Staff Correspondent
police. About 30 minutes
after the
Apparently without cause, her the man'who renovation of the main building ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.-Four him to get out the yard and fired his constitutional duty to An Associated. Press survey

husband picked! up & claw hammer -: Committed robbery :the allegedly also are planned.UNION Jacksonville high youth accusedof one time in the air. When he fired matnfntntiQ peace. I indicated this week that Negro

and started hitting her over i robbery and an- rapng two St Augustine girls Baker ran.Police He said he also will expect registration continues to lag
other I
head. After his wife man were picked up at bound for trial in the Circuit
the hitting were -
sheriffs to prevent public throughout the south
Beaver,and'Davis Streets. records indicate Baker despite a
he left home. Police said they received One of COUNTY Court which opens on June2. ; : by the NAACP or I series of Lincoln Day rallies
the men was armed with .25 refused to go to the hospital also
a call: telling them Saunders a APPROVES SCHOOL Two others, considered juvenileswere I
automatic and the refused medical aid. other racial greup such as public timed to kick-off a drive to

had come home. They went to the five one dollar bills other in his man pocket had LAKE BUTLER The Union turned'over to the Juvenile:: Patrolmen M. Newsom J. Sel- ly announced campaigns to I"ride I doable Negro voting' 'strengthIn

Claude Street address and arrested which was the exact amount of County School Board approved the Court. den and Sgts. G. H. Hurlbert andJ. : the buses integrated" a specific I Dixie by the time of the 1960

Saunders. which the victim was robbed. building priority to be followed in The youths, members of Stan- M. Parker investigated.SEGREGATION hour of a specific day. elections

Mrs. Saunders had taken out a the $180,000,school expansion program ton High School ,who were bound Southern Christian Leadership
warrant earlier in the day at Lawrence Mercer 26, of 812 W.
at its regular meeting here over last Wednesday by Judge Conference, headed by the
Judge Sarah Bryan's.office. Monroe' Street, was identified by this week. M. A. Penicer. but released in Rev. Martin Lather King of
Patrolmen C. J. DeVane and J. Wallace as the man who robbed LAW LM.ARGREITIS
Projects for the Negro school custody of their parents until the Montgomery, began Its cam

D. Austin investigated. him at gun point. The second include two primary classroomsand trial are: Curtis Cobb. Glen She- APPEARS AS DOOMEDF1orida's I! paign with max meetings in

man, James Cleveland Clinch was hee, Jean Clark, Wlijah Elliott 11 Southern state To achieveits
an administrative suite with I i HONOREDL.
WOMAN STEALS picked up with Mercer. The men office and storage space. An esti- and two juveniles whose names school segregation law, goal, the SCLC roust per-

CHECK IS HELD were held in jail on armed robbery mated $37.000 will be spent for I were withheld by the sherriffs as a part of a proposed new con suade more than a million Negroes

FOR FORGERYA this work. The second project at office. stitution will be just as invalid in to qualify as voters. In
M. Argrett, a veteran scout the first month of the drive
The with abducting
are charged
the Negro school, estimated at the eyes of the U. S. Supreme
young Jacksonville woman Patrolmen Charlie Sea and H. $100,000, will include new facilities the girls shortly before mid- Court as it is in the present StateConstituUOD of the North Florida Council Boy only a handful responded.At .

turned herself in to police, ThUrs- Harley Scouts of America a religious, the Chairman
investigated. for science, homemaking boys and night last Saturday and akingthem A e a t. Atty. Gen. Montgomery
day, March 6 admitting the theft woods civic and fraternal leader, is of the County Board of
girls showers a cafeteria and a in their car to a Ralph Odum told the Woodland!
of State Welfare a complete central heating near the Florida Normal College, Acres School Parent-Teacher As- reported a drop
system. '
-Jamount of ?55 from a mail box at JAX BOY 7, DIES where the alleged rape was com. sociation this week. mitts for the Boy Scout camp Negro voter applicants below

806 E. First Street. mtted. I finance drive that is now under- normal. And at Birmingham,
18 1105 OF AUTO INJURIES WOMEN Odum also said in a prepared way. Mr. Argrett has given many .
Gloria Eloise Johnson DISCOVER The of the two I I Chairman D. Gwin of the
names boys speech to the P-TA that
Street told police she BODY group years of his life to active scouting I Jefferson County Board said
Spearing OF GIRL I II turned over ts Juvenile Court Florida's' law" '
"pupil assignment
took the
of Mrs. Lizzie Smith and forged of 1202 Tyler St., was injured for I : holder of the coveted Silver Beaver less since the Lincoln Day rallies
_ worms on the banks of the office because of their age. some Negroes are admitted to
check and cashedit about 2 Award the highest honor than before."
her name on the fatally pjn. last Sundayat Hillsborough River last Monday white schools."Just I
at the Avenue Market, 670 "Acorn "and Stafford streets found the partly clothed body of within the gift of a Scout Council The story from county and
'; -_. when struck by how much integration or to be awarded a volunteer leader tate officials much the
Florida Avenue. :. a panel truck. a 3-year-old girl. INSIDE SECRETS ABOUT : was
: how rapidly it will be required by, for effective and meritorious service Dixie.' If
ame throughout
She also told poiice-Bertha Mae The boy stepped from behind BO
She identified 1
was sy Detective .I' the federal courts is an unknown. to boyhood "
Brooks, 18 of J.OS6 Langston St. parked vehicle and was hit,by the dropoff occurred, no increase
AI Ford "
as Mary Francis factor
Weems Chain link.Fences ...... Page 8 Odum said I Mr. Argrett rendered leadershipin was seen.
was with her and spentj>art of the. truck driven by George Boutross reported missing March L .
Solomon. 41, of 726 Old She Children's: Shoes ........ Page 4Cigarette. He added that at this time no the early development of Camp It was noted that In Duval
money. The two youngwomen Hickory was the daughter of Lillie Mae
were arrested and held on a forg- Rd.. Patrolmen W. J. Jolly and Weems. An autopsy was ordered. .. ...,......,.... Page 8 Florida school_board. baa evidencedany < Coacoochee: and .was. among the County there has been very

ery charge. H. M. Hawkins said. _. Detective rapt Neil Cooking OUe .......... Pace 4 willingness to admit even.one key leaders who played a vital little Negro registration with
Brown said
part in making the swimmingpool only 83 new applicants reported -
Patrolmen W. a Martin and C. The child was dead,,on-arrival Moses Gorman will be charged Glider Sets _..........._. Pace 8FsmMars Negro pupil to a white school: or at Camp _Coacoochee a since Feb. 1%.

E. Peoples investigated. at a local hospital. with first degree murder. .............. Pea 8 vice vena. reality. .
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THE FLORIDA.,STAR Week Ending Saturday. March 15 1958
Page Two .. -


THE FLORIDA STAR ., "P litics' As Usual

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Published by TheMAIN Florida Star Publishing Co. ,


2323 Moncrief Road .......... ..... EL 4- 782 EL 4-678S The Department of Health, Education and Welfare "is in a
: 4 I completely untenable position when It argues that It should make
Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone EL 4-3773 federal funds available alike to those states which comply vmn

federal court decrees and those witch defy such decrees," Roy WU. I
Mailing Address: I kins NAACP executive secretary, asserts in a letter to the Depart-

P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida merit's chief, Marion B. Folsom. W

Eric O. Simpson ... ........................... ...... ...Editor Mr. Wilkins' letter, dated March

O. Parham Johnson ..... .,...... ..................News Staff 5Vas in response to a letter' Mr. Marshall's statement was ,

Altamae Richardson ........... .............Circulation Dept. from Secretary: Folsom replying j read to the internal security subcommittee
r4r to an earlier communications of the Senate Judiciary
I I from the NAACP leader. Ir.I' Committee on March 4 by Clarence
Member of Associated Negro Press
A j Folsom said that "under the Mitchell director of the

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brought about and what constitutes -' 1. Actions of Congressional ,

Editorial Comment compliance in good faith"Moreover 'II committees;
he went on, it was not
2. Actions governmental

A SHERIFF ESCORTS THE KLANThe f AC, h DROWN .. necessary over-all educational to withhold needs funds of the for I I agencies gre*+.s to deal established with subn by .Con,JOb
j in order to make
country" pro
I'/N.iti ov tfS OFT NE WO I among employees of the Executive .
modern Ku Klux Klan is a hate-peddling organi- gress in desegregation.. _Branch_______ of__ government:
.. The de-
-, open
zation with a known record of violence and terorism, com- .. ': fiance Court ruling 3. State laws dealing with subversion -
mitted under cover of darkness and masks.It v. r by certain of within the state's

is therefore surprising to find Manatee County + I : a the southernstates borders;

Sheriff Roy Baden and two deputies escorting a 20-car i/: (. \ ,. Mr. Wil- 4. Regulations of school boards
I kins' March 5 i dealing with subversion
caravan of Klansmen through the Bradenton :Negro sectionas
t :letter 'points out among teachers; \
though the sheeted visitors were honored guests. ."renders unrealistic II j
The sheriff's excuse is that his office always had the 'handsoff I 5. State provisions dealing with
furnished an escort to any parade through the county "and BREAKING HIS GRIP AND REMOVING, HIS SWAY tfj"- :. I attitude of I practice the admission of lawyers to

we always will. I. other government

We wonder. agencies, partic Mr. Marshall's statement warn-

Would the sheriff help escort an NAACP parade -- Your Weekly f.ti It ularly the Departmen't -:';, ed that passage of the bill "wouldI
S of, lead to the possibility
through the white residential section of Bradenton? Would WWD">--- I
SIMPSON Health, Education -j I of unrestrained action by state
he help escort a drum-beating procession of the Communist Guide "
Horoscope and Welfare. government against any group
Party down Bradenton's main street? The letter cites "the defiance |I that might at the time be in d1s.I .

The Ku Klux Klan, like the Communist Party has WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR of the Court's ruling by several ,'I favor."

been listed for some years on the U.S.: Attorney General'sroll of the southern states and their|l'| The statement maintained that
of subversive organizations.We BUSINESS open procedure, through legislative since Negroes in states such as

presume the Kluxers who parade through Bradenton : acts, and through the alliance Mississippi and portions of Alabama .
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER of some state officials with organized |I and Louisiana are denied
in an obvious attempt to scare Negroes would piously prosegregationgroups
private the right to vote, they consequently -
deny that thev sanction violence. That's what all the to circumvent and nullify II .
----- ----" --------- --------- ------ are denied normal political
Kluxers say. But the record speaks louder than any Grand ARIES tha you place your own safety tion which can aid you in doing the decision of the nation's highest \ redress- and have as -their

Cyclops can bellow. Born March 21st thru April 19th first and se to it that your earn- what is right for others as wellas tribunal" only ultmate recourse against op-

Less than, five months ago six ruffians in Birmingham An excellent chance to relieve ing power, cash and possessionsare for your own future welfare. "In the light of these develop ; pressive unconstitutional acts the

admitted picking up a feeble-minded Negro at random offa your mind and your shlmlders of well guarded and protected. .A discussion of 'the issues involved ments," the letter continues, "it I United States Supreme Court.
some rather weighty burdens la Renewed attempts to get you to could then be held in a would seem clear that any allocation Under the bill's provisions, the i
city street and mutilating him as part of a Klan ceremony. offered by the 9th-10th. A heart- undertake large commitments, to spirt of compromise and friend of federal funds to such statement further warned, local

Just last month a police undercover agent in Charlotte, to-heart talk with your spouse or borrow or to extend your credit liness. states for education would be a school boards could unrestrainedly
N.C. Klan to schoolhouse.The confidence beyond the limits of good judge 6 80-. -78-07-686. the
exposed a plot dynamite a Negro others who possess your subsidy to maintain segregation penalize teachers for belongingto
same band was suspected of planting a bomb in a and affections could bring ment should resisted. which the federal Judiciaryhas organizations such as the NAACP
Charlotte synagogue. Kluxers were blamed for earlier you a greater sense of realism. 21088J1286218.VIRGO CAPRICORNBorn declared to be unconstitu while local and state boards
bombings of Negro buildings in Montgomery.The Tighten your alliances and romantic Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th tional." could penalize lawyers for actingin
ties on the 14th. The 16th You fortunately have some very opposition to laws already declared
trail is marked by blood and terror as far backas should enable you to foresee adverse Born Aug. 24th thru Sept. 23rd fine aspects which will keep you SUPREME COURT BILL unconstitutional by the

anyone cares. to track it In 1952 the Klan boss of future developments and to These aspects also indicate that out of trouble if you follow their COULD DESTROY U. S. Supreme Court.INVEST .

the Carolinas and 17 fellow night-riders were sent to prisonfor take steps to protect your business you may not be aware of the impulsions. .The 31st joins in JUDICIAL SYSTEM <<

a dozen floggings; in 1951 a Florida NAACP leader and and economic interest. i powerful forces you are arousing pushing you into erploiting familiar A bill to limit the jurisdiction 'I
and which field and capitalizing on
against yourself
his wife were killed by a bomb blast which federal investi- 110M6858163.TAURUS you of the United States Supreme
would leave strictly alone' once the efforts exerted by you and INHUMANITY :
Court was described by an NAACP
said followed discussions of the activitiesat
gators Negroes' you recognize their nature. Obtain those who may be employed by representative here this weekas 1

Klan meetings; in 1935 a Tampa white man kidnapedand Born April 20th Thru Slay 26th all the information and reliable I you. Put all thoughts of unfruitful -I. a possible "opening wedge in a !
fatally flogged amid circumstances pointing directlyto The 10th reveals that mutual I' advice obtainable under the pro I pleasures and exciting risk determined effort to destroy the
tective mantle of the 20th. This aside and roll sleeves for
economic interests dictate the up your
the Klan. effectiveness of our judicial sys-I Contribute Generously
could give reason to pauses I the consructive jobs that lie
of marital you
quick solution part- "
That an officer of the law would lend his assistance to tem.
nership or competitive differences. in time and to reverse previous ahead. This is the secret of hap-
a demonstration by an organization with such a backgroundis Even: if you feel very strongly decisions that were not well taken piness. The description was contained j To The ,

strange, indeed. about the nobility and legitimacyof The coming week wiU offer youa -90-77-69-75-$75. I in a statement of Thurgood Marshall : URBAN LEAGUELET'S
We are glad to see that Bradenton Mayor A. Sterling your views, it is better to much more favorable climate in NAACP special counseL

Hall takes a sharply different view from that of Sheriff compromise than to resort to litigation which to think. I AQUARIUS I
and other highly frustrat- 8- 7-85-S68. Born Jan. 20th Trus Feb. 18th
Baden. The Mayor says flatly that the parade would not
ing actions. The 14th opens the Put aside the emotional or ti
have been permitted in Bradenton had he known about it door to a joint effcrt to serve LIBRA extreme views which are being GET TOGETHERMEN

and none will be, permitted in the future even if he has the common cause and pocket- Born Sept. 24th Thru; Oct. 23rd created by the 27th as this could

to call on the state for help. book. Hold to your ideate. The question as to whether or harm the proper development of & WOMEN WANTEDTo
-20- -18-6i-264. not you ,should terminate an alliance a romance friendship or budding
Mayor Hall is to be commended for his position, which
Become Part Of A
and give up ,all the future talents. The 27th-28th open the Strong
we" feel sure reflects :the attitude of the great majority of
: projects you ,had cooked up to- doors wide for lasting accords Will Work For
GEMINI Progress0
Manatee_ County's citizens.{ They know that the Klan con- Born May 21st thru June 21st gether is being kept alive by the and the fulfillment of your in-

tributes nothing to a solution of the South's racial problems; Go out of your way to respondto 27th and the 31st. It says, in fact, nermost desires. Mercury opposi-- -

on the contrary it unfailingly brings trouble and shame to the dictates of, your heart and tha reconciliation, a closer under- tion Jupiter brings an issue into YOU INTERESTED?

any community or state which gives it shelter. On its record: noblest principles while you are standing and a full airing of the open which, after all, may
grievances should more than overcome be for the better seeing that the
it is not due official courtesies of any kind-it is 'entitled receiving the beneficent radiations
the discordant.factors that 29h promises a happy outcome,
only to the contempt of those who truly love the South. make of the the 14th necessary A willingness personal to. were previously .sndi ted. You an alliance and the granting of MAIL TO DUVAL CXVIO LEAUGE ,

Reprinted from 'The Tampa Tribune- sacrifices may prevent a costly may have to yield somewhat in an urgent wish. Proposals from 2323 MONCBIEF ROAD t

.. showdown or development on the your obduracy and standpoint) and one side or the other may be
16th when the Sun squares Sat. .accept the condtions that others made although this could mean
",, -- o..(- .' ,. urn and Mercury is trine Uranus. expect. the dissolution of a previous tie YES I WANT PROGRESS
QV.S.MAIL You should not harbor false hopes 4-30-55-28-63-435. or understanding. Register Me As A Member Of
L.s- on this dae and remain satisfied 4-30-22-2S-21 432.PISCES .

to play an invisible but importantrole. SCORPIO THE DUVAL CIVIC LEAGUE
Born Oct. 24th Thru Nov. 22nd
he 'Edi1 rI S-60- 11 68 -42- 64. Regardless of the continuing Born Feb. 19th Thru March 20th
I ; I threats. directed aganst personaland ..There may (UH be some disturbances Which Will Campaign For

;) sy CANCER joint resources and cash, affecting .prodocth-iy, Boiler Streets Drainage Facilities
:z Born Jane 22nd Thru July 22nd which are exemplified by the 27th labor-management .relations .and Negro Firemen Civil Service Jobs
r.-- __- The achieve in chance of health. These aspects enable yon
success you your you have a fair coming Equal Job Opportunities
'. public or professional milieu may out on top. The use of your to realize that a sound way of '--'
&it- life depends mostly on gainml Negro Doctors At Medical Cr *
be matched by a private problemor mental powers, administrative
.---r- frustration that occasions.serf. abilities and natural caution is activities, stable home conditions Better Treatment In Star
215: Lee Street ous concerns over what the future being stimulated by the 27th. and the loyal support of A Negro YMCA Build!
January 30, 1958 holds for The exact to those who hold you In affection.
you. opposite This should enable you solidify General Community Improvement
The FLORIDA STAR ; ;..i s ;<-i. of what you may expect to hap bases your family and security A heavy expense may be
2323 Moncrief Road i s .' -.; pen will likely transpire BO shun bases and arrive at understandings Incurred on the 31st. But as the I am interested la knowing some of the other benefit
Jacksonville, Florida Son is scathe Man shortly there-
all the risks that may affect your with persons who can assist
.--- r.. I I pocketbook and close attachments.The you in ganing your major objec af er, yon should be able to earn I can derive from joining the organization ................

Dear Sirs: 14th shows that your labors I tives. The long-range projects you or raise the funds needed. Good
I did not receive a copy of the Florida Star last week. Did and service questions provide the are working on are thus further deeds are rewarded. Advise me when the next: meeting will be held. ..........
the A.M.E. Ministers resolution drive you out of business? stability need. Love advanced and ensured. 740353851713.CHILDRENS' .
Come back with President Truman's campaign "slogan" way on you the 16th. lightsthe 140223721142.SAGITTARIUS NAME .....................................................

"Give 'em HeU"l 9- -11-4S-10-850. i ADDRESS ................................................. f
They murdered a bishop last summer right in the heart of APRONS

town with loud-speakers and both white and colored spectators.If LEO Born Nov. 23rd Thru Dee. 21st Suosable denim aprons, edgedat PHONE ....................................................
done at all. it should have been done in the deepest secrecy. Born July 23rd thru Aug. 23rd The 27th is the day to watchas the hem with inch-wide: pockets .' 't,1

Now they want you to not expose them I The reports and' counsels that Mars opposition Uranus then to hold crayons upright, keep REdISTERED VOTER ................ ,
Remember the Florida Tattler in the early 30's ran nearly all come your way could be exaggerated shows that the critical decisionor little artists and their surroundings yes or no
preachers out of town. Both Baptists and Methodists need another fraudulent or simply a step maybe taken regarding tidy. Chef- tyle and waistband
:shake up. "Give 'em hdTi! :Money and women are all they want. smoke screen to cover the pur. an yftwfaifo or rivalry.; The: types can be bought "ready

'.. ., .. -' .v-- Yours truly poses of persons" who have ulterior 27th-28th provide the ,more exalted made," or can be machine-stitched '

f-4, ,_. i ___ ;'_v -, A Guilty Preacher motives. The 20th suggest motivation and deep affec, at home from washable fabrics. REGISTER NOW TO VOTE !





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1 Jaxons Exchange Marital Vows t. ,0_ :,' I Wedding BellsAPPLICATIONS "Wyonetle. Ladies Club Installs. Officers BAT

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: Venus St., age 22'and Annie Pearl ci
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/ "; Overton, 832 W ..Church St., age M y
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I Willie Dortch, Jr., 1162 West

I"I; Beaver St., age 21 and Lucille v Iu

!. tt': < p. ; : I Mitchell, 2111 Emerson St., age '
I. 20. .

; 'J ; > "i'I Bert Johnson, 951 Julia St., age I : :

'I' __ ,.A"" '" 2J, and Warene Price, 1342 Flor-

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.. ;l } lin St., age 21 and Bernice A, ing Club who were in attendance at the cl ub's last meeting which was held in the

S : Daisy, 3608 Frankln St., age 22.I' home of Mrs. Wright. 1554 West 15th Street where the installation of new officerswas
\' Pepples, 1328 Davis St. held are shown here. The newly elected officers and members are shown from
ry ; ; age 29 and Josephine Ealy, 930 left to right) in the front row. Mesdames In ez Wriht. Johnnie Matthews. Helen Glover.

'.; .: ? ; W Duval Sb., age 24. I Marion Glover and Marie Brown.

( _____ Johnny Sims Jr., 1059 Pearl St. Standing from left to right are: Mesdames Bessie Belton. Sophie Mitchell. Ethel

age 21 and :Maybelle Gray, 2125 Madison. Mattie R. Jones. Inez Jackson. El iza M. Jones. Hattie L. Matthews and Charlotte -
Mars St., age 17. \ Wilson.EAYMFLN.

John L. Parker, Jr, 1058 Emerson .. -- --- '-

..,,,',"' '.,.' St., age 20 and Grovenia!

: : + age Lanet 18.Mart.NChols 1701 Campus St., LEAGUE !I I NEW STANTON I Ii I SENIOR SOCIETYINSTALLS

v Singleton, Jr.,703 Market
the Vaughns, 703 Market St., age 29.
NUPTIAL EVENT-Marraige vowss were exchanged when Maybelle Gray f _

in ceremonies held last week in the College Gardens, home of Mrs. .
bride of Johnny
A meeting will be held by the The officers and members of

Fannie Wilson. i Laymen's: League of the St. Ste. the Symphonic band at New Stan-
bridesmaid.. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Sims and Robert i ORCHID LADIES
Barbara Yate. ton Senior School
In the bridal party are: phen AME Church March 16 at High are con.
CaswelL best man. i ducting daily rehearsals in pre. The Senior Missionary Societyof
3:30: p.m. in the church audito-
I paration for the annual spring the South Jacksonville District

I SEMINOLE CLUB SPONSOR TEAINTERNATIONAL ..rium.Mr. concert which will be held in the AME Church installed officers
J. W. JOHNSON ANNIVERSARYIS James G. Genwright will
school auditorium March 21 at recently in the Union Community
give the address for the occasion.A .

HOLDS MEETING program has been planned for 8 p.m. Church.
BRANCH YMCA PLANNEDBY _, the event. The annual concert is being The officers are: Mrs. Callie D.

I The meeting of the Seminole sponsored by the New Stanton Akery, president; Mrs. Bessie
The Edward Waters Chorus will
The Orchid
Culture Club was held in the Ladies Club Inc.. I Band Parents Club, Mrs. B. M. Smith, first vice president; Mrs.
HOLDS MEETING SOCIETY is completing plans for Its annual be presented in a musical March
home of Mrs. Bessie S. Gordonon Richardson ia president. A. J. Hinson, second vice president
tea which will be
In April. 23 in the church auditorium at
West 8th Street, where plans 16, 1958. Some of the leading 8 The band officers for the yearis ; Mrs. M. Welcome, secre-
were completed for the Valentine p.m.SALOME
The Saint Mary's Benevolent talent of the city will participate composed of: Weldon Parker, tary; Mrs. Rosa Young, assistant
Party which was held in the home
The Board of Management of Society will observe its third anniversary .I I of Mrs. Mable Taylor. on the program.The captain; Reuben Padgett, co- secretary treasurer.and Mrs. Abiah Shehee
at 3:30 in February heldin
Sunday p.m meeting
the James Weldon Johnson the Sunshine Spiritual Church The party closed with the ex. the home of Mrs. Evelyn Scotton CHAPTER captain and ; Ebb Jackson, drum major 'Mrs. Willie Daniels, organist;

Branch YMCA met in the Libraryof 674 Florida Ave. I change of gifts by members and Mays Drive and the social SLATES MUSICALE Penelope Toblert. Mrs. W. El A. Harris, parliamentarian .
ther guests who were Mrs. Golden The assistant officers is composed
the Afro American Isn. Bldg., Speaker for the occasion will meeting in the home of Mrs. I ; and Mrs..Rosa Patterson,
I Cherry, Mrs. Mamie Marts Mrs. Emma Cobbs of: Warner Hardy, plobert chairman. The devotional leaders
with Chairman Alton Adams Jr.I be C. Parham Johnson, who will on West State i Salome Chapter No. 106, orderof
B.I I L B. Walker, Mrs. Salle Baldwin street. A major project was Warren, Beatrice Denefield, is composed of Mrs. Amanda V.
presiding: be introduced by Mrs. Johnny Eastern Star, will present'Friday a
r Gathers. : and S. B. Anderson. adopted for the Urban League. I George Sykes, Joanne Bernal, Joe Anderson, Mrs Bertha Tyler, and
The group met to submit pros i I Night Musical, March 8 Mrs Eunice M. Richardson YPD
pective Board members, to discuss Appearing on the prgoram will 'at 8o'clock in the home of Mrs. Jackson, Miriam Sargeant, Ruby director.
the enrollment Campaign be Alice Raspberry, Mrs. Jones,
Membership Mrs. Mamie Perry Margaret
& Jamie C. Mendez, 725 West Mon-
and to hear reports. Elmira Mundy, Miss Evelyn Jones -s a s Im : m Cummings Julian White, Shaylor SAY YOU SAW IT
The General Secretary, Howard Mrs. Alvetia Allen Mrs. Mary Lee : = '" ; ; : =;: roe Street. James, Irving Hagen, English IN THE
E Covington of Central Y.M.C.A. Coffin Mrs. Annie Mae McNeiL : a The public is cordially invitedto White, Michael Ranson and William s'

met with the group and gave Mrs. Alice Burrough, Mrs. Willie! attend. Hill. FLORIDA STAB

valuable information that will Lou Ross. I ;. '
benefit the organization's pro. Mrs. Ella Mae Adkins Mrs. I The Royal Vagabonds, Inc. held Its formal dance last Friday ,"'. .
gress. Flora Starling. Mrs Gussie Paige, i evening at the Duval County Armory. Details of the very enjoyable "' .

Those in attendance were Mrs. Mrs. Lucinda Jackson, and Mrs. affair will appear In next week's column. 'i. ,
I Officers of the club are: Preston Peterson ;;,
Elnora H. Johnson Raiford Alice Griffin will render numbers. president;, Dr. J. P.
Brown, Sr., F. D. Richardson, Serving as mistress of ceremonieswill Patterson, vice president; James Bailey, secretary; William Steward

Alton Adams, Jr., I. H. Burney, be Mrs Jimmie Lee Rodgerswho { Ann treasurer. ; Phillip Douglas, chaplain; Robert Harvey, Sergeant at look '

U, Jesse W. Ward, and HowardE. will be introduced by Mrs. 'i -
i. .
Covington. L. B. Langley.
I The Les Femmes Charmantes are planning a Tea for April 20, 0
The next business meeting will
4:00: pjn., in the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA. in
be held on March 24; at 7:45 p.m. n. i-OKIDA STAR your
in the Branch YMCA office The Mrs. Ruth Carter, program chairman, was also hostess to the ,
Chairman is requesting the attend. IN! EVLkiCOLORED molt recent meeting of the group, held la her home at 1924 Pullman
Court, with all members
attending. mirror
ance of all Board members in
this HOME Mrs. Margaret Day won the first prize. .. :
meeting S SS

-- I I All members were present when The Kevinettes met last Saturday -

I evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. DeVernon Nicks, 1360 today. 4 '
I West Twelfth Stteet.I I f

t There is no Vodka I Mrs Emmalee T. George demonstrated her exceptional bidding

: ability, thus qualifying for frst prize, while Mrs. Doris O. Bennett j and

like Gordon's. : and Mrs. Barbara Harper placed second and third, respectively.The I l

.. consolation prize was awarded to Mrs. Thelma Greene. '
The group dined on a tasty and eye-appealing luncheon menu.
289 years of tradition in every bottle ,I I . see

The Hellenesiaas are meeting this week- nd in the home of

I Mrs. Pearl Miller. 17M N. Myrtle Avenue. The results of this r
meeting will be available next week. your hair. .
a' .' i i "

Miss Daisy QiOlard.. 'Miss ,Claride Boatwright and Mrs. Virginia lovely as fashion ., .;

RDONf' Harper'were' guests when The Lee Floors met recently la the homeof means it to be! i

Miss EsteOe WUUains i, 1892 Moncrief Road. Mrs. Harper received
the 'hosteas 'very beautiful guest prize.
i MrsL Dannette T;' Howell waS Today, gorgeous new hair 1
VODKA winner of the club prize, while
w Mrs. Betty R. Belton qualified for consolation. color it fashion:.and today, i

I3wJ.r A very delightful menu headed by delicious chicken salad, was you can look in jour mirror ';
and see the same glowing lustrous .
enjoyed by the group.
color chosen by models like !
this famous beauty here!Yes,withGodefroy's
The West Jacksonville Garden Circle met,, recently In the home '
Larieuse Hair Coloring,
of Mrs. Nena J. Solomon 1244 West Sixth Street. .
can give hair exquisite new
Mrs Debbie Harris, president, presided over the business session, you your
color, long-lasting, natural-looking --
which was concerned with spring planting and financing of the I ,
club house. I color..easy as ;
Present at the meeting were: Mrs J. N. Cherry,' Mrs G. E. Rfmtmbfr-Godefroj't Larieuse Hair Color '

Sargeant, Mrs. M. R. Evans, Sirs. J. Clark, Mrs L. Mosely, Mrs. ins is the famous,dependable brand in the red #

.d I 0. Boston, Mrs 0. Urnbric, Mrs. Williams, Mrs O. Brown, Mrs. I box, known and approved for more than 50

a5TI1LEDllIll 1. Sillier, Mrs A. Peterson, Mrs SL Bolden (vice president),. Sirs.II. i!, y ears. Get it at your favorite cosmetic countet-

C. Argrett (secretary), Sirs. W. Irivlng, Sirs. B. Lamb, Sirs. F. I today-aad see your hair lovely as fashion
/ Rountree and Sirs. R. Ervin. I means it to be!

1111111 During the social period, members of the club paUl 'tribute to I 18 cxqtttiite shades

the hostess on her birthday anniversary. A delicious luncheon, Including I

birthday cake was served.
r tv cr
er Just
c.I Mrs. M. R. Evans of 1447 Myrtle Avenue will be hostess to itT

the next meeting. followthese % e

The Kardettes met recently in the home of Mrs. Grace West d u

1835 Francis Street, with Mrs. Sophia White as special guest. 3

Mrs. Mable Jones, president of this charming group presidedover '
the business session. easy steps -

I High scorers' for the evening were: Mrs Thomasena McFarlin 1. Shoaipoo Mr thor 2. Apply Godcfroy's J.After color has d.- Z -
and Mrs Sybil P. Butler Mrs. Sara Montgomery qualified for ovcjMy.A*It drift prix lorWvs wit handy ..lop.drf anpooltolrCod -" "
GoiuoffsYooic&name consolation. .froys LartovM applicator inckdd.in again and Mt .In your ''titer
as drM d. package. favorite ttyla.
Members participating in the meeting, in addition to those

mentioned above were: Miss Louvenia Solomon Mrs. Margaret '
L1.- the that makes it better Mrs. F. gPfle./tDJ' .
Starkes, Mrs. Margaret Wilson Mrs. Marie ,Bryan Mary MFO.CO. 11
Coleman Mrs. Mary Green Mrs Ruby Humphrey Mrs. Willie Lee 'T' ; .
-Q AND 100 PROOF 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN Lucas. Mrs. Alberta Houston. Mrs Haiti Stewart and Mrs (]wen.dolyn
CO lTD. LINDEN N.L Stewart : 1..J 3510 OWE ST.LOUIS 3,MO.

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Page! Four THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday' March 15. 1958

Saint John Baptist To Observe Women's DayMT.


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T-- i I Th women of St. John Baptist Church will celebrate the 29th

r The 90th anniversary: of Mt. i SINGERSI :.r I annual observance of Women's Day Sunday throughout the day

Bethel Bent-st Church! and the hC I beginning with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m.
30th of the Pastor Rev. 3.V A I -- I Guest superintendent for the -- -
Williams will close Marc 17. Ows'- Singers will day will be Mrs.Aldonii Joyner.

An appreciation night programwill I dramatize Th (r-ation" for the with Mrs. Lucille Hill reviewngthe MEN'S DAY SET

be presented Much 17 with I "Sacred Musical Tea" which will lesson.

Rev. J. C. Blakeley.' B'shof the be sponsored by the Usher Board At 11 a.m. Mrs. Ozora Renfro

Church of Christ Written ii I 2 of Emanuel Baptist Church Shell will be the speaker. Mrs. AT MT.CANAANnnual

Heaven, and the Rev. S. L. Badger March 16 it 3 p.m. in the auditorium Shell is supervisor of Negro:

pastor of Emanuel Baptist of the church. Schools in Bradford County. Mrs. ---
Church in charge of the services. Mrs. Mamie Coleman will serve
Meltonia will be solo-!
Lilly guest men's day will be observed -
The annual banquet will be held. as: dean of bostesseaa.' Cecil B. 1st. i
7zz i in Mt. Canaan Baptist
Fisher will be guest organist for
I The Junior Adult Women will
i i the occasion. Mrs. Edith Jones of Church March 30. with Deacon
'. have charge of the 3 p.m. pro 0
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, will be t George Slater as the general
:. --.- ..J gram. Speaker for the occasion
Ii the guest soloist. I chairman and Daniel Scott as cochairman .
t will be Mrs. R W. Puryear wife I I'of
SLATES RECITALThe BROWNIE GIRL SCOUT OF ST. PAUL AME-the members. of the Brownie Girl Scout '
Dr. R. \V. Puryear. president'' ; The Finance committee
I I who celebrated National Girl Scout Week are: left to right; Carolyn Beale, Lernpie Glover Gall '
Grant Memorial Trio will I II West and Charlene Beale. Second row Gloria Harris, Claudett King, Renell Davis, Janice Akery, ot Florida Normal College at St. I L? composed of the following per.

1 be presented in a recital sponsored I ST. PAUL AME Kathleen StoneSandra Swann Patrlca Williams, Paul= Tribune, Paleraa Davis: Margo Tribune,- Augustine. She will be introduced'by sons: Jim Williams: Eddie Simpson -
Mrs Hortense. Miss
by the Organ Committee of Paulett Butler, Ollva Hogan and Edgar Ann Jon a*. Third row Mrs J. E. Davis, leader, Ann Stone Gray. ; and David Matthews.D. .

St. Matthew Baptist Church Sarah M. Thomaa Gayle Mason, Gloria Jean Butler, Gloria Jean Lasonge, Jinett Mickey, Barbara Marva Jenkins is guest soloist i George is the chairman of

March n the church auditorium : SPONSORS Bradley, Shirley Ro* Brooks! Janice Harris Lorraine Neal; Mrs. Irene Buggs leader Patricia The Junior Department will : the program committee and Deacon -
TEAI have charge of the BTU hour at i Willie Brown will serve as.
at 7:30 pjn. Everett and Mr. Dora Anderson, leader. -
-- __ .__ :5 p.m.ith Mrs. Glance Hughes'in guest superintendent. Deacon
I -- --
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An invitation have been ex. --- -

tended to other groups of the A get Acquainted Tea will be charge. Jessie Mynck will review the
MT. OLIVE AME "Onward Christian Soldiers" is lesson and the morning sermon
city to attend the affair. given at the St. Paul AME

Unity Assembly eo. ... .. Church. 13th street and Myrtle ; OBSERVES SECOND r the theme of the 7 p.m. service;' will be delivered by Rev. L. E.
0 '! and will be carried out in the
0 Olds of St. Thomas Baptist
Avenue March 16 from 4 to 6.I MEET
1 QUARTERLY worship schedule. Guest soloist Ch rch. .
A Shamrock Tea will be spon.,
p.m.Rev. I i will be Miss Henrietta Dawson. : A musical program will be presented -
sored by the Unity Assembly of R. J. Blaine and his family
: Mt. Olive AME Church second Music will be furnished the'
at 3 and the closing
Truth March 16 in the home ofMr. : will be the special guest for the I CHURCH NEWS p.m.
and Mrs. Fred Wannamaker occasion, and Mrs. Cora F. Ross : quarterly conference will be held Female Chorus with Mrs. Mildred I sermon will be delivered by Rev.H. .
March 14 through 16, all clubs Forehand and Mrs. Clarice Hughes Y. Brown of Tabernacle Bap.
1778 Spires Street, at 4 p.m. will be the speaker for the occa
and boards have been asked to directors. tist Church.
The Adult Bible class will beheld :
sion.Some i make reports.A .-. Mrs Irma Bryant will be a
on Sunday in the home of of the city's leading
I local will be given by the teacher in the Sunday School with --- --
Mrs. Sallye C. Wannamaker with i talent will appear on the program -
Mrs. Thelma Snell as instructor. ,I Mrs. Inez B. Evans is pastor for all youths in the t C Mrs. Sadie Bryant.SECOND BETHEL METHODIST
II church March 16 at 5:30 p.m. NEW BETHEL A-M.E.
: president and Mrs. Dorothy Bacon j
I I L chairman of the program corni Stewardess Board 1 of New I JUNIOR SOCIETY BAPTIST I PRESENTS RECITALMrs.

\ mittenIISSE.ScOrr Bethel AME Churchill celebrateits OBSERVES TEA
MALE SINGERS i II annual anniversary March 23 Ruby Allen will be presented -

I SLATES SERVICES at 3 p.m. in the church. The Rev. PLANS MUSICALThe In a musical recital March
I The Frank Brown Senior Choirof
Eugene Mobley pastor of Gibbs 16 at 8 p.m. In Bethel Methodist
Second Baptist Church will
PEWRAYSEf Church will Chapel wll deliver the anniversarysermon. Church located on the New Kings
Friendship Baptist
sponsor its annual tea March 16

render regular order of, service Junior Women's Missionary in the church auditorium from 4 Road.
S Allen Is president of the
is making plans for an
AT SWEFIFIELD i OBSERVANCEMiss Sunday, with Sunday School at SWEETFIELDDistrict annual Society musical,which is scheduled: to 6 p.m. City Wide Choirs Union and presi.

10:00 a. m. and morning worshipat 3 of Sweetfield for May 21. A program will be presentedwith dent of Choir 1 of Mt Bethel
I 11:00 a. m. with devotional some of the city's leading Baptist Church. Mrs. Victoria
Church will sponsor a tea, April Choir 3 of St. John Baptist
I talent appearing.
at the
District 1 of Sweetfield Baptist Essie Mae Scott a well services conducted by the dea 13 in the church. Church has been selected as the Ferrell will preside piano.
An invitation has been extendedto
The is being sponsoredby
Church will sponsor a pew rallyat known gospel singer of Jackson. cons. The pastor will deliver the The pastor 'delegates will featured group for the occasion. other program
choirs to
the church March 16 at 3 P.m.I ville. will observe her anniversaryas sermon. leave for the 'State Convention The group is under the directionof I attend. Mrs._. Agnes Hartfield.

A singing will be presented In a singer on March 26 in the Choir will render song serviceat April 8. Rev. W. W. Whitehead, Mrs. Mildred Forehand. --- --

an after service at 8 p.m. in auditorium of the First Born I 3 o'clock and Revs L. T. Tor-' evangelist of Savannah Georgia,, ____ ._____ J Ji
Interest of the Tribe rally with Temple 825 W. Monroe St., Elder' rence of Robert Mt. Pisgah AME will begin the revival meeting i I
Deacon Sam Williams in charge. I A. Hill, pastor. I' Church and congregation will in the Sweetfield Baptist Church! Tire CompanyPRESENTS

The Twelve Tribes drive la sche. Miss Scot, a contralto, has appeared I conduct services along with the May 20. : MT. ZION AME p
to close March 24. .
in recitals in the city and choir. I
I t : THE
i c j jNEW adjacent surroundings for a number BTU will be conducted at 4:45*,
of years. She announced that CENTRAL C3IE CHOIR CLOSESCONTEST
I p m. and evening worship will be|
the! to be for ,
BETHEL AME program presented I conducted at 6 oclock with the I j OBSERVESANNIVERSARY :
anniversary will feature talent FrigidaireCooking
.OBSERVANCE SET I IJ deacons in charge of the devo! The members of Choir 2 of,
c the city and various singing I
J tional service with music by choir I i Central CME Church will observe '! The-baby contest sponsored.o by
groups. I 2. Usher board 2 will serve j their 10th March 17
'! I anniversary j the women of Mt. Zion AME
Miss Alethia B. Frazier will be Invitations have been extended
throughout the day. in the main auditorium of the,
1 terminate Sunday
featured in a musical which will I! to all to attend the annual pre. i Church will ClinicMARCH
be held in the New Bethel AM E' st'ntation. Choir 1 of Friendship Baptist!j church. : afternoon in the church's audi-
Church March 30. i Church will be presented in a Invitations have been extendedto i, torium.

Cantata Sunday night at 8:00 p.I' all choirs of the city to attend ,
Maybell Oliphant. organist : The captains and their baby 17 18 19
of Mt. Zion AME Church will be| i m. in the church auditorium.I I the affair. i contestants are: Mrs. Mary B.
her accompanist. The affair is j i | Hicks, Cheryl Ann Jamison; Mrs. .:. .:. .:.

Sponsored by the Sarah McGlnnlsl I SLATES MEETING I : Bernice Woods; Mrs. Ellaphinei

Missionary Society under the! I TRIUMPH CHURCH i ROYAL PLAN CLUB i i Hayward, Baby Chuck; Mrs. Aud. -featuring-

supervision of Mra Estelle Jones.0 Choir 2 of Grant Memorial: ANNIVERSARY SETThe I TO HOLD MEETINGThe j' rey Brown, Paula Milliner; Mrs. Mrs. Gwen O'Connell,

Mrs. A. Beatrice Williams I! AME Church will conduct its con.' Leatha Hoyt, Suprina Alderman; j
Frigidaire Home Economist
chairman pf the program committee secration meeting Sunday a t 11th anniversary of the Tri J Mrs. Lorraine Armstrong and j jI I -

appointed Mrs. I* G. Hall 4:30 p.m.. in the home of Mr. and umph Church of the New World ,0 Royal Plan Christian Club I Emory Howard, Jr. I 1 demonstrating the
will be, held March 16
and Mrs. O. Ft Donaldson a IJ] Mrs. Kirkland !McKenzie 1154 j I and pastor. Bishop A. L. Smith I in meeting the home of :Mrs. Emma Mrs. Verdell Taylor, cochairman I latest in home appliances :

chairman of correspondence and Spearing St., with Mrs. Georgia begin March 10 and will continue '| will sponsor Baby Brenda\
Pinkey, 1521 Johnson Street, at] and moneysaving .
public for the musical Benjamin as hostess. through March 16." 3:30: | Anderson and Mrs Harris. ,Baby ;,
p.m. i
Michael Turner. recipes. Learn how to save 4 .
1 I on meals.

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Baby Shoes A't DON'T MISS

2 of Mt. Zion A>C.E.

Children \ Church will sponsor the Amigo THIS SHOW! '

Sh\ Male Singers of North Central SIRS. GWEN O'CONNELL

\ Florida, under the direction of S O e Frigidaire Home Economist

.0 Teenage A. W.' Levy. March 16 at 7:30

\ in the auditorium. the church. Clubs Church Groups "Home EC" Classes

All Colors The Amigo Male Singers area I Are All InrlledFREE.PRIZE
group of talented men with

harmonious voices. Their supervisor I

A. W. Levy is a supervisorof I
NATIONALLY KNOWN BRANDS Columbia County and Lake

RED GOOSE SELBY ARCH; PRESERVERS DRESS UPS City from holds Clark the College Bachelor's and the degree Mas FRIGIDAIRE 1958 REFRIGERATOR

ter's Degree from Columbia Un MODEL NO. S-80

"GEIt\VIlTETTESmud Many Other Well .Known Brands versity. .

Mrs. Lottie Gilbert, president of

to the public to attend the

Doors Open 6 p.m. March 17, 18 & 19

$3 99 and 'mNtHOUSE SLIPPERS

.s.!J QJ BAPTIST MINISTERS .:. .:. .:.
DRESS SHOES -Sponsored By- ._

Baptist Ministers Brotherhood -

L; Spencer' Ladd's .. at 11 will of&.In.Duval meet in Monday the and Bethel adjacent March Baptist counties 17-, DICKSON TIRE CO

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: .. ; Institutional Church. ,
:f. '-, .. .' ...
yc! = 205 Laura Street Store Only Downtown ., 4, The order of the service will THE HOME OF FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES
i ., ; :: ':"' : be given by Dr. James R, Moore,
1- '> :;*: OP PJd. <# -,*' ", 1027 EdIJoG"at College In Riverside _
9 FRIDAY NIGHTS 'Ii: ; pastor of Amity Baptist Church
J'N Jamaica New York. .
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Week En 'nj Saturday. March 15 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Firs




WASHINGTON FBI Director. J. Edgar Hoover gave a telling I
answer to segregationists who have accused the NAACP of being' x Lt > .

Communist dominated when he gave the organization fighting for' *

Ngroes constitutional rights a clean bilL *

Mr. Hoover discusses the .NA..

ACP's fight to keep the Com- A .
: TEA SLATED AT a< rb *
munists out of its ranks in a

j chapter of his new book, "Master'

of Deceit". 1; SIMPSON
He said that the organization :Iille4tZoo44
An International Tea will beheld
"bas vigorously denounced Communist i I ,.w
Sunday March 16 in the ;;
attempts at infiltration I
social hall of Simpson Methodist
The FBI director stated that Church, Kings Road and Cleveland

Communists have made vigorous Streets, sponsored by the Exe

cutive Body of the Woman's Society
efforts to infiltrate the NAACP. DADS CLUB END MEMBERSHIP DRIVE Members Thomas Alfonso
of Johnnie Holden, Antonio Jones Sr., Wiggins,
of Christian
However Mr. Hoover continued Service. the Dads Club of Susie E. Tolbert School which recently terminated Johnson, Jonnie Williams, Julius Williams Mathew Davis, Bennet -
The countries to be representedat
"the NAACP in 1950 authorized its month-long membership drive with the addition of 81 Clark, K, D. Britt, Nathaniel Daniels. Earl Clark. Moses
the tea include the United A of the Pepal Cup
members are here. John dark Is Marion Ford Ruben Brown llarold Tolbert. P. A. tip
its board of directors to revoke e States of America Japan. China. seen president and Leroy Thompson, to these outstanding
Jackson, principal. New members Include James Williams, James Bright George Hunt Ronnie Sapp, Sr.. Sansom Carter John young Americana, who
the charter of chapter foundto England France Egypt. India .
any Smith Willie Latson Jr., Eugene demons. John Groomes, John i Williams, Lee WUborn William Jones, Sr., OtU. Dixon Thomas make our country and .
be Communist-controlled." Brazil and Hawaii. Mrs. J. B.. Clark Sr.. L. B. Jackson H. H. Guyton, Thornton Belcher James Watson, T. K. Johnson, Nathaniel Stiles, Walter R. Barnes, Sr., our community a better
Cook, In which to lire.
president. Sadie Godson
Many Southern leaders have Mrs Cannes, Henry T. Mason, Calvin Cole, Michael Decateur, J. W. Ashley V. Cow-art Deveraon Nicks Charles Thompson Joe place

charged that the NAACP works recording secretary. Scott Jr., Nathaniel Dudley, Julius Neal, W. D.' Wttschell Pierce Walter KUy Henry Williams, Percy Jeffcoat G. S. Simpson -

Christopher Knight James Lucas Augustus Jones Edmood Col. Robert Jackson O. T. Moore, Alfonso Kelly, Nathan Gad- .-.. ... "' 1.. i.. i- i.. ... ... ...
for Communist aims. However.Mr. WASHABLE DOOR PANELS
llns. diaries Collins, Willie Williams, Earl Smith, B. L. Miller son, Dranell Butler George Armstrong Sr., Willie Hartzog. iriC
Hoover cited the National Protect door bottoms from kick
Lonnte Jordan, Elijah Wilson, Frank Bethea, George Paschell. Alexander Johnson, Emanuel Neal. Leo Gibson. Forest Hammond
Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedomin marks, and knob-areas from discoloration .
Henry W. Singleton Elex Stewart, Warren Pierce Jr., Albert I Roscoe Robinson Leroy Frazier, Frank Williams, WIllie Jackson, pr
Washington last year when by covering them with Pierce Jr., Clyde Mitchell, Cornelius Miller Sr? Johnnie Pelsey I S. T. Odom and Charles WoodanL
"NAACP leaders publicly told decorated panels of plastic-finish _._

the Communists they were not paneling. Then a daily sudsy wipe MOUNT CARMEL JWJ OBSERVED FLA. OFFICIAL SAYS VOCATIONAL WEEKi


; 0 4.tt.lti ROW OVER KLAN I
Carmel Baptist Church will Naitonal Pencil Week-was held Vocational Emphasis Week will ", .:
observe men's day Sunday, March last week at James Weldon Johnson be observed at Peck High School C
< : 16 hrough the day. Mr. James March 17 through the 21st. The
.. with devotion led by Mrs. A. BRADENTON An ordinance I
,. Pinkney and Robert Findell are I theme for the occasion is "Econo.
the chairman. and co-chairman re- H. Thorpe who gave a short talk I regulating parade activities here mic Efficiency Through Vocational -

ti/ spectively. 1 on the led pencil. Other speakersfor was passed by the City Council training" with Mrs. Edith LILLIAN BRYANT it

.;. the occasion were: Bettye Wednesday as an outgrowthof
Mr. G. W. Scott of First Baptist Thurston as sponsor. Forty-Flfth Street Junior
.... I the row touched off by the Ku
Davis, Harriet Howell and Jo Ann
Pepsi Cola Dealers and Pepsi
Church will be the guest superintendent The District Band Festival will t
Klux Klan last
parade Saturday
Washington and Mrs. L. B. Black-
I Cola Bottling Company are
and Rev. C. J. Crosby night. be held April 4 with 17 bands
.....F. pastor of Mt. Pleasant Baptist shear was the final speaker for proud to salute Lillian Bryant
.::1 Church will be the speaker for I the occasion Mayor A. Sterling Hall who participating. The bands are: of the 10th grade clam. She -tc

the 3 oclock The Weldonites were the proud directed City Attorney William A. Murray High. St. Augustine; Central Is a member of the Pep
program. to the ordinance, said
BTU will begin at 6 o'clock' receivers of the first edition of Ray prepare Academy, Palatka; New Squad, president of rer homeroom i
at the meeting, "All the ordi-
with Jonathan Smith presiding. the Trojan for the school term. I, Stanton 45th Street, Douglas assistant Editor of the
in the world could not
Evening' worship will be conducted James Weldon Johnson band nances Anderson Matthew Gilbert Isaiha School Paper and an honor
what happened last Satur-
4 by Rev. C. C. Daniels in was presented In.a concert on Blocker Jacksonville; JRE Lee, l student..
: t day night"Passage .... . .
25.COOKMAN. Dunbar Green Cove &-- -
j charge of service and Rev. Murphy February Jasper; High ; 'JIr"J'IIIIWW'X'XWWW
will be the guest soloist. of the law was un- Darnell Cookman, James Weldon .,.. ?
animous after brief discussion anda Johnson, Jacksonville; W. E. Harris T rP .7P K ,

K,; 'rea OBSERVES reading of the ordinance by Ray. Hastings; Richardson High
MT. CALVARY "Under state law the city Lake City; Douglas High Live iCit

I .: jL ANNIVERSARY SET FOUNDER'S DAYThe police department has the rightto Oak and Lincoln High Gaines-
regulate'" traffic in the city. .
naff** School Crossing Guards will However a- search of the city ville.A spring operetta will, be pre' v M'v. <

.... ....... ...,.._._,....._ ___ ___ __ ___ The 66th Anniversry of Mt. Calvary observe Founders Day celebrationat code failed to turn up a regu- sented by the intermediate department -' -
"""' ''' ''''''''' -- ':" '> .9 '.0 Baptist Church and the 16th Darnell Cookman School March lation on parades and that is under the supervisionof -tciC aPa

TO PLAY IN TOURNAMENT Chariea Brown, shown In observance of the pastor. Rev. 21 at 7:30 In the school audito- needed even if we never saw a Mrs. Esther Person.
picture In the familiar W. M; Hill will terminate March Ku Klux.Klan parade here," Hall
that has made be
pose him one of the top A science fair will preaerttec
ranking amateur golf stars. Brown who has won many trophies 17. rium.Mayor Haydon Bums will be said. I April 16 from the theme "Greater ict

In golf competltlo Is scheduled to play In the fourth ntnq Gate SAY YOU SAW IT IN the speaker for the occasion. Tells Of Protests I Alpha Sigma Rho," under the

City Open Golf Tournament to be held at the Brentwood. MunicipalGolf Some of the city's leading talents After the meeting, a top-level I i sponsorship of Mrs. Nettie Dove. ok ..
Course April 3-6. THE FLORIDA STAR will be featured on the program. city official said he has learned i!! ,' '- -
the Governor's office is "jammed i;
and flooded" with protests againstthe NEWS BRIEFSPretty iC; Forty.Fifth Street Junior ...
Senior School
action of Sheriff Roy Baden I. High

I who ordered the parade throughthe as a picture that's Tribute Is paid to Alary of
IT ALWAYS PAYS TO DEAL WITH DAVIS! 'J' the 10th grade class She Is
... Negro district here contra- your baby in the new no-iron iC a members of the Glee Club
dicting a police order that the cotton dresses made with a soft
iC Assistant Secretary of her
procession stay on U. S. Highway unscratchy finish for skin-comfort.
i homeroom, Vice President of
301 and move through the city as Washable by machine qr by iC
NTY of SWING. the Photography Club and an
pl. aluminum soon as possible.The hand these hot weather clothesare : honor student

ordinance gives the police styled so beguilingly that
NO SWAY in these line G IDERS chief the power to issue parade they can be worn for either crawl. ***********

t permits upon the meeting of cer ing or for state visits. Some have

: tain requirements by an applicantIt matching lined panties, others

1' aluminum tubing frame further states the chief may have combination blouse-elipa.
because the polished seamless 1 s
deny a permit if he thinks a public kK
Is rigidly constructed with lock-nut screw fasteners
disturbance, a demonstration, or a
t:" threat to public peace may result. law provides a penalty of 30 daysin

Appeal may be made to the city jail a $100 fine or both for ..yDANIEL

council on a permit denial. The violators.


YELLOW GREEN Do's And Don'tsi'.iI'ra

oQ with Whit*

wa a Tt a PAYNE .jc

Forty.Fifth Street JuniorJc

Senior High School j(

: 6' ; Daniel Is a member of the Jg

10th grade class, where he w

serves as treasurer of his Tj
r ,
Ali t homeroom business managerof '7'

YC the football team. He 1s "K

A S6 a member of the National -tc
I "" "'IONf Similar t0t k I (1
IelllNPIMIfN ( Honor Society. 4?
___ above- if .Ya r
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Page SIx THE.FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday.,March 15. 1958





v TALLAHASSEE Dr., Evelyn ,

.4 + UNCF MEET TITLE BOUT B. Martin head of the depart.. a r

merit of administration and sup< r

I vision of the Florida A&M. Urn. d

I NEW YORK Laird Bell, a An exclusive talecast of theWorld's versify graduate school, attendedthe
I 42nd Annual Convention of
Chicago attorney and well-known Middleweight Championship -
II Bout between Ray' the National Asociation of Se
6.Z proponent of corporate supportfor
Robinson and Carmen B3.i1io111 cond-School Principals held in
education will address a special
Indianapolis. Indiana February
be shown on the big _screen at :
meeting of business leaders the Roosevelt Theater direct from 15-19 Educators through lectures

.# d c I at the Hotel Radisson in Minneapolis I i Chicago Stadium, Tuesday night.'. end discussion groups viewed
critical problems and issues which
March 25th.
and St. Paul Minn., eon 1
There will be no home televisionof I today involve our secondary
March 14 thru 17. I I
.h the fight since it is being .pre.| schools.
Chairman Thomas t
Convocation served live in theaters all over Dr. Martin has been visiting
A K 1\1 SPEAKER-Dr. Samuel Moore president of the Hotel the United States. The Roosevelt 1! professor at the university duringtwo
coloratura ispictured
soprano (right)
Nabrit, secretary of Howard Radisson and the Coca Cola -Bottling becoming the first Theater will carry it exclusivelyin prevous summers. She returns
Unhersity, Washington, D. C., Company of Minneapolis son to be admitted as a mem. Jacksonville. 'j to the regular staff after an ab

will be among the prominent has invited some 200 corporation ber-at-large. in Delta SigmaTh"ta Admission for the fight will sence of some ffteen years. She
educators who will address the executives to a dinner meeting be $3.50 and tickets are now on has served in the public schools
Sorority. Dr. Jeanne L.
20th annual meeting of Alpha Saturday, March 15 to hear Mr. sale at the box offices at the I 1 i of Georgia as teacher, elemen.
Noble, of City College, N. Y.,
Kappa 1lu'National Honor Society Bell and to meet the 33 UNCF Delta projectchairman, pre Roosevelt Strand and Skyview. tary and secondary school prin.j jn

which convenes at Tennessee presidents. ventthe membership certifi Only seating capacity will be soldit >I cipal A native of New Hampshire .

A & I State University, The college presidents will be cate.MONTHLYFORUM. is therefore expedient to purchase Dr. Martin is a member
Nashville, March 27-39. FloridaA introduced to the community ata I tickets-hfiw in order to be ;, of several honorary and educational

& University president receplon Friday evening, at I -- l. assured of a seat at the fight. societies and organizations.PATRONIZE I 1400 WRHC 1400

George W. Gore was one of the which UNCF alumni will be hosts.
I. e e e e e e
founders of the National Honor Minnesota's Governor Orville 1.. I -FEATURES .

Society. : Freeman Mayor P. K. Petersonof II FLORIDA STAR'I
Minneapolis, and Mayor Joseph I KEN KNIGHT

an official welcome to the presidents I
RN4 WORM.. Saturday morning. Follow-
ing a tour of the University of LEAGUESUNDAY
Minnesota University
campus a 30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY
ft YOU MAVC MT MUTTU KM*. QMfDUVT. President J. L. Morrill will enter- LILLY'S DRUG STORE
of XAUO UfAYJ>II"". PCUVlAM VOX u.TLUIan'O&Y tajn the visitors a luncheon. UN-, The Monthly Forum of the ACE .
tea 10:30 12 MONDAY thru SATURDAY
App ftCIIDta. ASK TOW axucr OOCTOft.or TUX DRe00R KALMO CF board meetings will be held!. League of St. Paul AME Church 1907 Kings Road at Spires
a&A.V1"IQAII oa aAUD AIOQT PWQt A l._ i Saturday morning and afternoon. I
will be held Sunday at 5:30: pjn.
Sunday morning, the UNCF n the youth auditorium of the
!:- presidents will occupy pulpits as church. Where Experienced
C c- t.W
-....._.. ........ guest speakers in the leading The Forum is now in the fifth Pharmacists Prepare
churches of the Twin City area. year under the direction of A. 4-S' You Prescription According
I I A public assembly in Northrop "*v. Boston, who has striven to to your doctor's ,

I Memorial Auditorium will climax bring to the leaguers the most 4A.. Instructions Using M
LET US BUILD the Convocation Sunday evening.Dr. nformative and beneficial pro- only the best quality Quality Shoe Service

YOU A BEAUTIFUL Carroll V. Newsom, presidentof grams possible.A i1 drugs. .:. .
2 or 3 BEDROOM New York University, will panel discussion will be given

CONCRETE, BLOCKHOUSE : be the principal speaker. A round Sunday from the subject, "How Dr. O. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. J. Graham DYEING AND REETNISinNG

of'dinner parties, given by promi. Should the Negro Prepare Him: ORTHOPEDIC WORK
-:- -:- -:-
We will take a lot or your nent Twin City hostesses, will self For Public School Integration INVISIBLE SOLES

house in trade. precede Sunday's assembly. ?' The speakers on the panel A COMPLETE LINE OF: .:.
LET US COMPLETE YOUR will be Clifford Adams, Arlington
Cosmetics -:- Rubber.Goods -:- Candles -:- Sundries
2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4-7025
HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY Nunn, Miss :Maria Andrews

STARTED GASH sophomores and Miss Angie Gard. PRESCRIPTIONS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Kenneth S. Wilson Mgr.

WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR ner, freshman of Edward Waters .
College. --- --- -
TOOTHACE Serving as moderator will be ------------------------- --- -- ------- ------- --- -- -
FLA. SUNSASHCONST. Dr. Reid E. Jackson, Dean of I
Edward Waters College. Dr. Jack- 1 I II

CO. H son is former assistant administrator
Paul THEM.
Waco Texas and editorof
i ex-copy 1 / 1 .
. the Afro American. He has ,
7 W. 21st St.-Just off Main ORAJELYou
been highly acclaimed as a very
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fluent speaker.
-\ '
--- I The muse will be furnished by .

the Edward Waters Chorus. Other, / : 1
Don't Have to Go to Town to Get visitors! from the college will be 1 r 1I
present to worship in the league -

LOW PRICES services.Alexander Cottrell, league president .. .:"-z.

has issued a call to officers I
committes and group chairmen to J1 I

On Your meet in the regular planning '-,
session Sunday. Junior leaguers

have been requested to be presnt

/ DRUG STORE REEDS .forth reorganization of thir de..partment. -

Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store FLORIDA A & M 1tL.: 1

.;.'- 1
TALLAHASSEE -Alphonso B. t *. -

DUE PHARMACY Carter ald U. McGinnis of Jacksonville of Pensacola and Ron recently 1 : 1,7' -

; -1 1t !
received promotions to the "

1302 KINGS ROAD at MTKTLE AVENUE rank of Major and Lieutenant re- 1 ,. ..., .
spectively. -- I
PHONES EL 3-659148
Cadet Major Carter, formerly a r I

We Deliver We Also Fill AH Doctors Prescriptions platoon leader. Is presently assigned I

PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELE- to the 2nd Cadet Group I
1 .
with duties as operations officer I

PHONE BILLS: AT OUR STORE and is secretary of the CadetOfficers' 1 I
Club.A .
mathematics major Cadet .1
Of course you want your family to have the best
Carter is president of the Mathe.
1I, .
matics Club, and the FAMU that life can offer-a college education or other
I From Annul Statement of Dee 31. 1951
chapter of Beta Kappa Chi, an
1 specialized training for your children, protection for
honorary scientific society. He UFE INSURANCE IN FORCE..$1,466,145,402
LYIOl .was also listed in "Who's Whoin 1 your home, stability.1n financial emergencies. And Gain of $112.194,621 in one year

American Universities andColleges" 1 1 for yourself,financial independence upon retirement. PAID POUCYHOLOERS AND ,

Hint Jini 1 Whatever your desires whatever needs, Life ofGeorgia BENEFICIARIES............". $15,389,068

1 ASSETS..................$155.597.610
DILLARD CONSTRUCT '! has a life insurance plan for
< ivsi i 1 Increase of $15,346,535 over 1956

ADDED FACILITIESFOR 1 ., Start today to build a sound life insurance pro- LIABILITIES.................$136,537,707

Our very liberal WOMENNEW < gram. You'll find life insurance the most practical UobifirieMKlude policy reserves
earnings are com. Each account is 1 \.. -
CURRENT RATE Insured to t ; way of obtaining financial security for you and your SURPLUS FUNDS AND
pounded Semi- up ORLEANS Dullard Unl.vcrsity I CAPJTAV................. 19059.902
Annually on Savings 1/ rrl $10,000 by the has begun construction of family. Consul J your Life of Georgia representative.

in this Asso. 3 2 -,0 Federal Savings additional dormitory faculties for 1
elation which 1 and Loan Insur.
B women students, it was an- 1I
chartered and supervised dace Corporation nounced by President Albert W.
by the OF DIVIDING authorized by aa Dent. 1 V ? INSURANCE !

U. S. Hvernment. act of Congress I LIFE
Two adjoining women's dormitories I U. S. Jose District Manager COMPANY II

will be expanded to increase C. L. Earwood, Jr.. Disk Mgr. II
by 50 percent the numberof Life of Georgia BIdg. I

women students who can be OF GEORGIA Life of Georgia Bldg. i
. housed oa the campus Occupancy : 724 College Si.Telephone V ll

of the new units In September I 5243 Beach Bird. I
is expected, Dr. Dent said.Construction I : ELgia 4-7600 I

: and furnishing of I Telephone: EXbrook 8.7531 I

these additional facilities will cost I I'

approximately $225,000. A federal ,,)".'.!-.:

loan will finance the building. I-rr----; ; .--r____.;....;. ._.:.__.____'.___________________.;.. "-"." .



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Page SIx THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Saturday.March 15. 1958






,. J-
yy da .7 t. TALLAHASSEE Dr,Evelyn:

S n hL UNCF MEET TITLE BOUTAn 1 department Q \ Vy

I vision of the Florida A&M. University

H NEW YORK Laird Bell, a exclusive talecast of the. graduate school, attended 4
'i the 42nd Annual Convention of
World's Champion-!
i Chicago attorney and well-known Middleweight
ship Bout between Sugar Ray'i the National Asociation of Se-
of corporate support
I proponent : cond-School held in S
Robinson and Carmen Bisilio will Principals _
for education, will address a spe-,
1 be shown on the big screen at,!\. Indianapolis, Indiana, February
cial meeting of business leadersat the Roosevelt Theater direct from 1519. Educators through lectures

.! : ; the Hotel Radisson in Minneapolis .' Chicago Stadium, Tuesday night i and discussion groups viewed 'k'j
: critical and issues which
and St. Paul Minn., on. I March 25th. ]
I Ii There will be no home televisionof today involve our secondary
March 14 thru 17. i I
the fight since it is being pre- schools. j

Convocation Chairman Thomas 3IATTIWILDA DOBBS noted sented live in theaters all over i I Dr. Martin has been visiting V .

K 1\1 SPEAKER-Dr. Samuel Moore president of the Hotel the United States. The Roosevelt 1 professor at the university duringtwo
coloratura is
soprano, (right)
Nabrit, secretary of Howard Radisson and the Coca, Cola Bottling Theater will carry It exclusivelyin prevous summers. She returns
pictured becoming the first
University, Washington, D. C; Company of Minneapolis, Jacksonville. i to the regular staff after an absence -
to be admitted
son as a mem.beratlargev
will be among the prominent has invited some 200 corporation in Delta Sigma Admission for the fight will! of some ffteen years. She

educators who will address the executives to a dinner meeting be $3.50 and tickets are now on' has served in the public schools
Theta Sorority. Dr. Jeanne L.
20th annual meeting of Alpha Saturday, March 15 to hear Mr. sale at the box offices at the t of Georgia as teacher elemen.
Noble, of City College, N. Y.,
Kappa Mu National Honor So. : Bell and to meet .the 33 UNCF Delta chairman, Roosevelt Strand and Skyview. tary and secondary school prin.clpaL -
projects! presents -
ciety which convenes at Tennessee I presidents.The the membership certifi Only seating capacity will be soldit i\ A native of New Hampshire -
A & I State University college presidents will be is therefore expedient to pur. Dr. Martin is a member I, -

Nashville, March 2729. FloridaA introduced to the community ata chase tickets'h6w in order to be j of several honorary and educational -

& SI University president recepion Friday evening .at I assured of a seat at the fight. societies and organizations. 1400 WRHC 1400
George W. Gore was one of the which UNCF alumni will be hosts. I .
founders of the National Honor Minnesota's Governor Orville L. -FEATURES-

Society. P. K. Petersonof
Freeman Mayor
Minneapolis, and Mayor Joseph I KEN KNIGHT
E. Dillon of St. Paul will tenderan SCHEDULED FOR : ADVERTISERS
official welcome to the presi- -
RIM6W6RMDAMDftUFrSUFFERERS dents Saturday morning. Following '
B.9 P.M. 12.1 NIGHTLY
a tour of the University of LEAGUESUNDAY I -
Minnesota University
campus 9:30 to 10:30 MONDAY thru FRIDAY
tT YOU HAVE MT MUTTLC WUX. DlUlmIrn. President J. L. Morrill will], enter- LILLY'S DRUG STORE
oa KJLLf OJUT ATOM. FCUQLAN VILL A*. tan the visitors a luncheon. UN- The :Monthly Forum of the ACE
roa' TBAMSITOAT acucr or TKX 10:30: 12 MONDAY thru SATURDAYS
AMO CIIIMO. AIR TOOK BOCTOC. !'1t10OR KALMO CF board meetings will be held League of St Paul AME Church 1907 Kings Road at Spires
a&AOnQuI oa IoAU&a: MOOT fLa3IIWC.. Saturday morning and afternoon. .
will be held Sunday at 5:30 pjn.n

"P&SUfi/L. Sunday morning the UNCF the youth auditorium of the J"1"" "Jt jg pr;

:. presidents will occupy pulpits as church. Where Experienced

a r.er.nna.M.HMJMtetf >.r.___ guest speakers in the leading The Forum is now in the fifth kPharmacists: Prepare .$
churches of the Twin City area. year under the direction of A. x Your Prescription Ac
A public assembly In Northrop Vv. Boston, who has striven to a cording to your doctor's s. s

Memorial Auditorium will climax bring to the leaguers the most Instructions Using
LET US BUILD the Convocation Sunday evening. nformative and beneficial pro ', +. s only the best quality Quality Shoe Service

YOU A BEAUTIFUL I Dr. Carroll V. Newsom, president grams possible.A ;:. drugs.Dr. .. .:. .
2 or 3 BEDROOM I of New York University, will panel discussion will be given

CONCRETE. BLOCKHOUSE be the principal speaker. A roundof Sunday from the subject, "How O. E. Black Pharmacist Dr. W. J. Graham DYEING AND REFINISHING

dinner parties, given by proml. Should the Negro Prepare Him'- ORTHOPEDIC WORK
-:- -:- -:-
We will take a lot or .your nent Twin City hostesses will self For Public School Integration INVISIBLE SOLES

house In trade. precede Sunday's assembly. ?' The speakers on the panel A COMPLETE LINE OF: .:-

LET U 8 COMPLETE YOUR will be Clifford Adams Arlington .
Cosmetics :- Rubber.Goods :- Candles :- Sundries
HOME THAT YOU HAVE AL. Nunn, Miss :Maria Andrews, 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4.7025

WILL, BE PAID FOB YOUR MF ner. freshman of Edward Waters

--EASYTERMS College.

TOOTHACHE Serving as moderator will be ---------------------------------------------------
FLA. SUN-SASH Dr..: Reid E. Jackson. Dean of 1 -1
Edward Waters College. Dr. Jack-
CONS CO. son is former assistant admini 1i

{ : strator at Paul Quinn College, 1 BECAUSE YOU LOVE THEM 1

E:. COMPLETE IMPROVEMENTS HOME S 6'Mr>$ Waco Texas and ex-copy editorof 1 /' I I o

i the Afro American. He has ,
r '7 W. 21st St.-Just off Main ORAJELYou
been highly acclaimed as a very
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fluent speaker. 1 '.
I The muse will.. lv furnished. hv
--- ----- --
-- -- ------ -J
the Edward Waters Chorus. Other 1 1

Don't Have to Go to Town to Get visitors: from the college will be "
present to worship in the league -

services. ..,
LOW PRICES Alexander Cottrell. league president ,. {
has issued a call to officers 1
committes and group chairmen to ,
meet in the regular planning
On Your "-
session Sunday. Junior leaguers

have been requested to be presntfor

/ DRUG STORE NEEDS partment.th reorganization of thir de-

.. ,, .
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store FLORIDA A&M -t. !

..,.. ....
Carter of Jacksonville and Ron 1 "; ..--I
aid U McGinnis of Pensacola recently .- 1

received promotions to the -:-.. .. I.
1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE rank of Major and Lieutenant respectively ,
'J .
'''', .
Cadet Major Carter, formerly a II
We Deliver We Also FlU All Doctors Prescription platoon leader, is presently as-

signed to the 2nd Cadet Group .i I
with duties as operations officer I I
BILLS and is secretary of the CadetOft1cers' I
Club.A .
mathematics *major, Cadet 1 .
Of course you want your family to have the best
Carter is president of the Mathematics 1I, .
Club, and the FAMU that life can off'er-a college education or other
I From Annual Statement of Dec. II, 1957
chapter of Beta Kappa au, an
1 specialized training for your children, protection for
honorary scientific society. He UFE INSURANCE IN FORCE..$1,466.145.402

lAJ.01t was also listed in "Who's Whoin I your home, stability. financial emergencies. And Gain of $112.194,621 in one year
/* American. Universities andColleges" 1 for yourself,financial independence upon retirement. PAID POLICYHOLDERS AND .

crmir {biLtuisriui/ 1 Whatever your desires,whatever your needs,Life ofGeorgia BENEFICIARIES...........".$15,389,068

DILLARD CONSTRUCT I ",,:ar has life for ..155597.610
a Insurance plan
; > / you. Increote of $15,346,535! over 1956

ADDED FACILITIESFOR 1 f'=t Start today to build a sound life insurance pro. UABBJTIES.$136,537,707

Our very liberal WOMENNEW gram. You'll find life insurance the most practical Uabrit es. dude pof'lCy reserves
earnings are com. Each account Is f.. -
CURRENT RATE insured up to I ; way of obtaining financial security for you and your SURPLUS FUNDS AND

pounded SemiAnnually ORLEANS -Dillard UnU i .. CAPITA................... $19,059,902
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Week Ending Saturday THE--FLORIDA STAR Page Serta

Sugar: Ray-Trains For Bout While Fans Wonder


.1 1 Elko, the_ big 235-pound first
t y baseman and George Crowe who J ROBINSON FEELS CONFIDENT .
.. .
did bong up pob after taking over

: ; t. when Ted'KluzewsW was injured..

It has been said that Manager HE WILL WIN CHAMPIONSHIPBy

I Brdie Tebbetts of the Cincinnati

Redlegs has the finest collection I''1 r a C. Parham Johnson

) of first basemen in the league. | I

T' "- EBBETS FIELD former home Former Middleweight Champion Sugar Ray Robinson
cf the Los has ;
Angeles Dodgers
( the man who is known to have never lost to the same man> ,
been leased to a newly formed, twice, is much discussion the
By C. Parham Johnson I causing throughout fight
I corporation, called Ebbets Field world the title rematch *
I II as big approaches. Whether or not
; Productions Incorporation. The r A, Sugar Ray can retain that record in Chicago Stadium.

VERSITILE ELSTON HOWARD of the New York I field will be used to stage fights I March 25 remains to be seen.

Yankees will begin his fourth season as a Yankee when I wrestling tches,, stunt driving rl Many of those who sat at ringside ---- -- -,

the regular season opens for the 1958 campaign. Last season and other exhibitions at the last fight between the In boxing history.' He has met

Howard did some catching played some outfield and finally I I SAD SAJr-JOXZS, of the St.''I ra I middle-weight champion Carmen :and defeated men classed as the

some first base. When he wasn't doing either one, he was." Louis Cardinals, Brooks Law- i Basilio and Robinson were in one best in the business He has lost

used*as a pinch hitter. It is possible that Howard will see I. rence cf the Cincinnati Redlegsand I I accord that the championship was wily six fights during his career

more action behind the plate but everyone knows there is Connie Johnson of ,the Baltimore handed out on -a silver platter' and in all but two of them he

no way to second guess "ole Case:' \ I Orioles are three. tan pitch perfectly gift wrapped. II came back to reverse the decision.

SIMPSON, : ere who have been 'Big Wheels" Sugar Ray whaled away at his
HARRY (Suitcase) 1, During his welterweight and
the fellow who was secured from Country Club's! course. Siffordwon for their teams and all three are cz opponent to the extent that he days Robinson has defeated such

the Kansas City Athletics last with a four under par 66, being counted on very heavily to had him in serious trouble men as Jose Basora Randy Tur-

June in a trade which involved ji pest round of the 72hole.tourna- play a major part in the 1958 9 throughout the fight, to be exact, pin Tommy Bell, Jimmy Doyle,
ment. Sifford's total was a 282. pennant race.VIRGIL at least four times in their Sep.
BillY :Martin. Simpson played Chuck Taylor, Bernarad Docuson,
LIFUS JOHNSON, a'member AKINS of St. Louis tember bout, but unlike the Sugar
125 games in the outfield and at ftir Kid Gavilon, Charlie Fusari, Bobo
first base for Kansas City and of the Kentucky State football, and Isaac Logart of Cuba! will Ray of old he did not pack the Olson, Gene Fulmer. Jake La.
team has been signed by the New met in a' 12-round welterweight punch to finish the job expert
New York. He batted J270,> hit ara motta. Fight fans of 1958 are
York Giants. Johnson, an end, was ____ .
13 home runs, 16 doubles and 9 elimination title bout March 21 at commentators said. not asking what fighters he

triples and batted in 63 runs. His signed 011 the recommendation Madison Square Garden: The International No fight fan can truthfullysay has met and defeated all of this
of Emlen Tunnell. .
major league career started with Boxing Club announced l Basilio is a pushover. He is is history. What they would like

Cleveland and the 1958 season will BIG JIM PARKER, the All- the winner would meet a hard punching, fast moving to know is what will he have

be his sixth in the majors. American tackle at Ohio State Vince Martinez of Patterson, N. scrapper who can take it. He is to offer when he meets Basilio

HANK AARON the hard hitting has signed his 1958 contract with' J., for the vacated title left va a just a serious and conscientiousof for the second time .in Chicago.
the Baltimore Colts of the Na cant when Basilio the middleweight .
Milwaukee Braves outfielder won holding the title as Robinsonis Basilio is seven years younger

finally signed for a reportedly tional Football League. Parker, a crown from Sugar Ray of regaining it. He thinks it is than the ex-champ. Experts said

40000. Hank ,was quite a busy 262-pound. 6-3 tackle has been Robinson, just possible to defeat Robinsonthe recently" that if Sugar Ray can

man during his short stay in everything he was expected to CJIA.RLES'GAVIN, Ail-Ameri S _, : s second time as it was the show the same amount of zip in

Jacksonville while on business for be, the top brass said. can tackle from Tennessee State, first time. He is the one man who the ring with Basilio that he has

the Miller Brewing Company. BOB MITCHELL. the fast run-. has signed a New York Giant ; : kS refuse: to believe the title was shown during his training session,

Hank was really given a hero's: ning halfback of the Unversityof football contract. The salary is handed to him on a silver plat- he will leave the ring about 10:30:

welcome. Jacksonville s hag J Illinois has been drafted by aruond the $7,000 mark Football ter.At Tuesday nght :March 25, Chicago

1958 will be Hank's best seaB) the Cleveland Browns. Mitchell players from all Negro Schoolsare 37-years of age Robinsonwill time the newly crowned King of

in the majors. recently smashed the world mark gradually working their way be out there to prove he can the mid leweights.

LEROY (Satchel) PAIGE, the for the 70-yard low hurdles in a into professional football ranks. take it and give it at his age. Loyal fans of Ray's say he win

veteran pitcher of the Miami triangular meet with Ohio State Gavin was signed by Emlen Tun- a Ray has gone down in historyas enter the ring a favorite to regain -

:Marlins has been listed along with and Michigan. Mitchell clipped one of the greatest fighters I the mddleweight title.
nell.THE A STRONG COMPETITOR Melvin Ward, a member of
one-tenth of a second off the 7.8
Bob Feller, Allie Reynolds, ,Herb SUGAR RAY ROBINSON -
Dil- the Jacksonville Amateur Golfers Guild is one of the strongest
seconds shared by Harrison
Bob CannenBasilio return bout
Score Lemon Early Wynn cane
competitors in the Guild Is scheduled to play in the fourth Annual '
and Mel Harder by Jim Hogan, lard and Bob Wright. Seen blow for blow at the
Gate City Open Golf Tournament to be held at the Breotwood Now !
the former catcher of the Cleve- MANAGER BOB SCHEFFINGof Roosevelt Theater on the night of Open
Municipal Golf Course, April 3. 4, 5 and 6. Ward appears In the
land Indans as the best pitchershe the Chicago Cubs, is countingvery the fight. The last time a fight
be will on the golf course.
picture as, ,appear
has caught. Of Paige, Hogan heavily on Ernie Banks the was made available to the publicby ,
said: "Control is what made slender hard hitting shortstop to the theatre management it .

,Batch a great pitcher. In 50 get the Cubs off to a good start was well attended by fight fans. YOUTH,COUNCIL GETTING UP NIGHT

pitches maybe three or four in the 1958 season. Scheffing be- The fight was the Archie Moore. SPONSORS CONCERTA ;
II worried "Bladder Weakneu" (
would miss being perfect strikes." lieves Banks will be a cinch to Rocky Marciano fight. tint Up NltbU by or Bed Wetttof. too frequent

JIM HEGAN, the ron man lead the National League in Jazz Concert will be presented Strong, burning SmelMni.or catcher with the Cleveland In homers and RBI's. Banks is tough common Kidney bad Bladder Irritations
in the Clara White Mission try cnrSTEX for quick old years UMprore
dans for so many years has,been competitor and no one can count tafety for young and Aik druggist OF JACKSONVILLE
613 West Ashley Street, for CYBTEX under money-beck(uar-
traded 'to the Detroit Tigers. To him out. JUST RETURNS ante See now fait you improvt.
March 16 from 4 to_6 pjn.
1 think of the Indians is -to thinkof ,THE SOUTH ATLANTIC LEA. The ..concert"will be> sponsored (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT)
Hogan. He will be mighty ,
CUE wU field six teams in 1958. by the youth council of the
valuable man in Detroit. AS 'MANAGEROF' TOUT<< Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
The teams 'are, Jacksonville, Augusta NAACP. Admission is frea The f
MINNIE !.lINoSO. who started is invited
Knoxvlle Savannah, Macon public r
his baseball career in the majors LuckyNumbers DANCEVG NIGHTLY
and Charlotte with Sam Wolfson,
with,the Cleveland Indians is back
former head man of the Jacksonville Be a good "sport". Sponsor
with the Indians after playing
Braves as league president. .
with the Chicago White Sox. Youth Activities in N'a
Wolfson will make the league a your
Minnie finally signed his 1958 There are two things certain A L
fne and leader.A .
very energetic
contract after holding out for for Jacksonville baseball fans this community. Lucky Days, Lucky Colon
BIG FIGHT over the first
$45,000. summer. One is that Jacksonvillewill s
base position is in the making in
CHARLES SIFFORD, the Philadelphia ,. the Redlegs training camp. The have a baseball team and the Each Week
second is that Joe Just returnsas In Your Weekly
golfer was the winner of fight will be waged between Dee HIBBLERALSO
the North-South golf title which Fondy, formerly of the Chicago manager.The 32-17-98

was.played on the Miami Springs Cubs .and PiUsburg Pirates, Steve announcement was made by 'I. 586-88-257 Send $2.00 for your Horoscope -

H. B. (Spec) Richardson the ... 1 Guide with lucky numbers F

Braves general business manager. lucky days, lucky colors. .
,- Just came to the Braves last sum Watch This Clown Enclose a stamped envelope.0 .

mer with brilliant record to replace

Mickey Owen, who was un. 3 7 .EIK"
There i is Vodka -0-
no able to get the team off to a tt,
winning start. o 7
In and HaIl to: I
t like Gordon's. When Just took over as manager 8 4

.. the season was third of the ZODIACP.
I way completed, but the new.
189 years of tradition in every bottle! manager raised the team from 14-50-56 -. O. -Box 7 ft ( -

below the .500 mark to above .381-23-726 Jacksonville "1; :::FIa."
the ,500) mark until ,the closing t.fSometime. 3 -
days of he'season i' when they be'* op Name ....,.........3.........
sixth place.Joe ;ttomettme he' down -... ;
... slumped to He ;adds, subtractiHa ADDRESS.. ....... ......V.. Teenage Matinee
a former catcher in the = :
''c. wake It aO vorm4mhig' dtyylStktc ,::.:...!..........,
major leagues was named coachof .

f BOI ,} the Triple-A Milwaukee Brew. A>hat ioni Birthday .1...._.!.-...'............; 'SUNDAY'4J6,.7 A',PJltFO8TJVELY : .. :i;
f.' era ,
F 1n1950.! The Brewers finished
VODKA '83-32 12 i month Jk day .
-: '
; sixth that year..; From that yearon .._. __,- or ,." NO ADULTS} .1
the Brewers started their climb I e ,, I
and won pennants .in. the Amen. r '
I Association in 1951 and 1952. ADMISSION, a ., . . SIc..
: When the Boston Braves shifted

to Milwaukee and became the -:- -:- -:-

Milwaukee Braves, the Triple-A
':franchise moved to Toledo with '!

i i Just Just continuing was picked as coach.to manage Q os :Regular.1 Jam Session i ) '

.Eau Claire of the Class C North

era League. He won pennants in, Sunday Night From 9 P. M. Until

i 1955 and 1956. He was promoted

aSTIaEDt i to the Braves' Corpus Christ -:- ,-:-

I Club of the Class B Big State raffl root Aatr ws1D *

''I League last season. Just piloted rIebof1c1fr.. COMING NEXT WEEK ;

I his team to within a half game
I r'I N ISL.IM I QnoaetasCtL1"
: of first place before being sent Pzli.
c. I I to Class A Jacksonville. of the SLIMAnd .

i South Atlantic League. '

I Generaldanager"Spec" Rch- t ..
> I
: ardson announced the sale of t -

season tickets for the 1958 cam- a CV& pout ..' Wt. s LLOYD LAMBERT- .'

paign. Reserved Season Box Seats ..booolreCI .,

and Grandstand 70 games .F ;J sz I CUlL ORCHESTRA

$0; Reserved Season Grandstand
: ; Seat and Admission 70 games .
,_ .
$60; Books of Ten Grandstand .
the that makes it better 'Tickets and "mf--'on' 10 -: ..; .,' ... ,
-VISIT-; .
." ,", '.. ..
games $9; Major Leagu8e Exhibition '><-" < "" .,. ... v .. ; 4'/7' '
--- !ti '1'"l"' r. i. '0.
H H Milwaukee-Dodgers, April : : $l.cf j&
100 NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN Lero y-Hon y's' Drivr.ln-4 Bar B-Que 7'f.
80 100 PROOF % 3, 1:30 J2 Yankee-PnQ. .
.NiD p.m. ; .
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GORDOM'S DRY WM, .CO.,LTD. adelphia April 5, 1:30 pan. |2. .WI'Co t I. .
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Page Bgbi THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. March 15. 1958 _

presented at the Duval County Ar- DENIES DISMISSALOF

mory on Friday April 18. Plan POLICE REPORTSWOMAN
now to attend. Proceeds are for STRAND

the Zeta Scholarship fund. TONITE

$ $ Chips Off The Blockby Buster Small 'and' the girls at Circuit Court Judge Bayard B. IS CUT i Double Teenage Rampage!

GOO' the Hollywood Music Store are Shields has denied motions by IN FACE BY MAN I TEENAGE BAD GIRL"and

$1,000 $2,000 ", inviting jazz fans to stop by and three defendants to dismiss a case Rosa Mae Page. 37, of 816 W.

(4,000 up to $25,000 dig their sounds. The Hollywood brought by a Jacksonville attor- Monroe Street told investigating I I "TEENAGE WOLF PACK"
Payable $1,00 per mo. per hun- has set of sounds ney challenging the right of the
"jay jay"By a new and they officers that she was coming out!
on unpaid balance at 6%.
Let have set up a fetching display of city to contribute funds to non- of an alley in the 900 block of .
us help you to complete album governmental schools.
jackets. Stop by and Beaver Street last Sunday.! March
your house or refinance 38 browse. The suit was last fall I i THRU SAT.
Another if brought
Jay Jsy triumphant return to her home thing they 8, when a man identified as Alfred'
years in the same place. shores is hip shaking and we do don't have it, they can get it. Instead by J. I* Lee against the city. Lee Jackson jumped on her and cut 'OPERATION MAD BALL'

CaD The joint was jumping was a mean shaking Vanilla Weaver. of the Clyde McPhatter deal, challenges the constitutionality of her top lip and about the face. -Plus-

term can be correctly applied to She shows you what she learned"in the Hollywood is bringing the special legislative acts permitting She was taken to Duval Medical "BLACK SCORPION"

J. P. YOUNG "The Palms" all of this week.' the city." Also on the bill is great Ray Charles on the 20th of the city to contribute $25,000 an- Center for treatment. She desiredno

Chris Columbo and his crew are Madam March. Most of us think of Rayas nually each to Jacksonville Uni- in the
Mr. Simmons or Mr. Walsh some type of Bottom in a I prosecution case.
Main and Monroe really rocking. For five pieces, cute specialty number. a blues shouter but dig a little versity and Edward Waters Col I Patrolmen William H. Harris ROOSEVELT SUN.TUES.

212 Masonic Temple Bldg. the group makes more music than Nothing needs to be said about piece called "Doodlin" in the LP i and J. J. Doe investigated. MARCH 16-18

Phone EL W014EL64S91 many fifteen or sixteen piece ag- the one and only Al Hibbler. The "The Great Ray Charles." Ken 2 1st RUN THRILLERS

gregations. Each man is a ape former Ellington singing star is in Knight plays it sometimes. The lege.VOTERS

cialist in his own right. In addi- rare form. A privileged few en- boy also plays a whole heap of 'Abominable Snowman'
tion to a good band the show features MUST
joyed a rare treat. After the show piano. GmlHG UP NIGHTS "GHOST DIVER"COMING
SAY YOU SAW DC a couple of live acts. In a we had the opportunity of hearing You can tell that.the Gate City S .

IN. THEFLORIDA Hibbler sine for "kicks." He was Golf tourney is approaching.. The BE REGISTEREDBY If Up worried Nighta by(too"Bladder frequent WeknM", [Getting or ttcto-
STAB joined by Jacksonville's own Jim- woofers have started woofing. Fat lug tuition) or Strong?Cloudy Urixu FRL & SAT.
WESTERN AUTO due to common Kidney and Bladder Irri
my Ricks in several duets. Need- George Harris declares. that he Is tations,try CKSTEi for quick.ratifying LIVE GORILLA

1714 !!abs Street less to say, we just sat and listen "hitting the 'ball harder." George comforting used in part help.25 A years billion prove CTSTRX safety tablet and SHOW ON STAGE!

SELF SERVICE aanouBces the appointment of ed. Hibbler is making prepara Is the grand old man of local AUGUST 10 ucceu.:: Ak or druggist IDO eJ-b&ck for C'Y&TKX.euar& eL UD4U'AUa1&cUoD

Augustus H. Cox tions for his forthcoming European amateur golfers and nearly always -

tour. While on the continent, sets the pace for the younger
as sales representative for all he will sing a t the Brussels hackers to follow. Among the TALLAHASSEE Any Florida

WASH. 15c I Deep, Freezers major Apliances, Refrigerators World's Fair. i new comers diaries Brown is a citizen who hopes to vote STARTS SUNDAY RITZ THRU WEDNE5>>ATBOMBSHEf

constant challenger Charles and in the Nov. 4 general election
Electric & Gas Ranges, Wash. Being honest, we had a very
Coin Operated Bill Scriven are working everyday must be registered by 5 p.m
big Machines, Dryers, Sewing pleasant surprise the other night.
FAIRFAX getting In shape. Frank] Aug. 10, Atty. Gen Richard
LAUNDRY Machines and Vacnra Cleaners. We stopped by the new Ribault
Hampton, fresh from the Ray MIt- ErvIn ruled Tuesday.
1614 Fairfax River Lounge. Elcee Lucas
Street Call AUGUSTUS COX and
chell In Miami and his boy Johnny Ervin advised James L. Graham [[
OPEN 24 HOURSMAIDS EL 54062 or EX 6-8015 his associates deserve a pat on
Stewart are"in good shape. Frank Jr.
the back. Not only is the club I attorney for the Sate
is one of lop local golfers but Assn. of
Jacksonville's newest, but it is the the\w i Supervisors that under .
swankiest. The has not.been In"the best pf formin the new September primaries, ,. '
atmosphere Is dif- "
: ferent from any thing I've seen in recent years. He declares that the registration books must lie DoU 1KS 'v-

IF YOU this section of the country. Go this is his year.. Among the sen- closed from 5 pjn. Aug. 10 to .
Ior golfers, Jimmie Burris leads 9 Nov. 10. -
For and see for yourself, don't take I p.m. : .
WANT OUT OF DEBT.Let my word. followed by' Homie. Banks and Citizens will not be able to
NEW YORK AREA Mint Jones. register for the general election
Willie Foster is
.L__' walking__, the For those who desire m-ivacv. fct November unless they have
siraigni ana narrow. HIS madam, Ittetud IK*(IJJ OHtd MaM 1
$125 .- $200 Susie the OFC Room (Only For Couples) qualified to vote in their partyprimaries.
dropped in from New York i
at the South Side Harlem Bar is .
for a brief visit. Susie is still apace
PER now open. You'meet the most The first primary election Is t om BSi*<
MONTH setter in the world of fashion.
Transportation Advanced You should have seen the red outfit i surprising people out there andyou'd scheduled. for Sept. 9 which and"ROCK AROUND THE WORLD"
be surprised at the numberof means that the books must
Free Room and Board BUDGETCOUNSELLORS she wore Tuesday night when
Westsiders who like close
the South- on Aug. 10.
SEND REFERENCESAND Foster and his party dug the
side air.Barbara. The second primary will beheld
show. George "Smitty" Smithis
EXACT AGE., in "seventh Spears surprised her on Sept. 30. DR. LEE MANDEL
ADVISE YOU heaven" this week
For more Information mother with a birthday party _
le is the town's number one Hib '
write io: Thursday night., When Ethel came OPTOMETRIST
bler fan
and he has been present
SELECT MAIDS home after a "dinner date" she CLASSIFIEDReams
OF every night. Johnny Shaw is a
NEW YORK. 230 W. Forsyte Street Hibbler fan was genuinely surprised. Almost Announces The Of
INC. 1 bat he has eyes only everybody was there. Hucksters Opening His Offices
337 Central for the guitar man. That's Johnny's
Avenue PHONE: ELGIN Wll5 Hans Pressly of :Miller Hi-Life, Al A
Lawrence, N. Y. instrument. Next week he Herb Gaines of Budweiser, J. D. For Rent
will be at home'with his main man NEW. CONVENIENT
"CuitAp lIm'". Brooks of Williams Buick and Joe LOCATION
---- ---
McCray of Presto-Pride were busy -
A stir was created en the local trying to sell each other and finally Modem furnished room. Single orconvle 128-A Wed Forsyth Street :.: Jacksonrllle, Florida:

musical front the other week. The called it draw. The loveliesof desired. New bungalow.Use Office
a ELgIn 4-3988 -:- Residence FLanders
The SEAFOOD CenterCORNER first Jazz concert held by the Mrs. Spears modeling school of TV and Telephone. Hot 9-1809
Modern Jazz and cold water. EL 0-5957:
Society of Jacksonville took the boys minds off of work. or ,
was a walling success. All Just the of Barbara XL 64058. East 27th Street'
went out were CHILDREN
Brown Reed and Helen Scott Gib- Modem furnished room. Nice location. -
more than pleased. Jazz-bugs are son was morale shattering. :Most Couple only. EL 6-2318. PROPERTY PETS
SCALLOPS . I.b79c tin talking about the drum duet of the honoree's club, sisters from
FLORIDA LOBSTER --L: : staged, by Billy Moore and Leon the Gallant Ladies: stopped in and
Lb jjSc Gonzales. -:-
JUMBO SHRIMP Johnny Shaw surprised extended best wishes along with HELP WANTED
for frying Lb-LI0: many who did not know of the Bill and Barbara Bentley, Gilbert With A

MEDIUM SHRIMP for boiling .Lb. boy's talent. For the uninformed, Sykes Sarah Cruse and most of "Sparkllnk"U.S.
89c J. Shaw, the Devil's son-in-law, is
the girls in Ethel's class. HELP WANTED FEMALE

LARGE MULLET . . Lb. 29c a veteran professional entertainer.He To see the aforementioned love laid for general housework. Live .

MEDIUM MULLET' Is a vocalist and electric gee- lies, watch the papers for the date In. References and health card chaInLInICFENCE
r 17& ..... Lb. 20c tar stnmuner. Yvonne Daniels did
r .. '--A. of the fashion show to be held at required. Phone AT 6-6158.
SPECKLED TROUT "Cb1cl" D of Ute Sea". Lb. 49c the expected and wowed them the Elks Rest. The original date

SIANISH with her styles as well,as her Vocal was.changed. PLAY TABLES FOR TOTS -:- -:- -:.
: .MACKEREL__..._._..... Lb. 25c tylings.. Teddy
SHRIMP Washington Joins ABOUT TOWN: Bill Pierce is Small-scale duplicates of adult

BOAT WHITING . Lb. 29 Brooks, Ed Haley on bass and located In Jacksonville again. The folding bridge sets make ideal

CLAW CRAB MEAT . Lb. sup the rest of the boys.were way out. tall fellow with the bass voice is work or play tables and chairs OWN THE BEST!
WHITECRAB-MEAT" '. One of the surprises of the affair connected with the Florida State for small fry. Tubular aluminum No mailer where you live, you need a chain link fence.

. Lb.-$1.25: was the NO DOWN
discovery that the multitalented Employment Service. A local boy frames makes them light enoughfor PAYMENT 30 MONTHS TO PAY

CATFISH-FRESH WATER '. Lb. 49c with Harold' '. FrazIer Is handy scored another first. Eli&a Handy children to handle and vinyl CALL J. S. IRVING, SR.
a mike. Is currently working with.Mutualof plastic covers can be washed with
EL 4-3134
FREE PARKING SPACE SIDE AND REAR Members of the local chapter of Omaha Handy proved that sudsy water. .

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority led by many jobs are ours for the ask-

THE SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle Basileus Arey E. Chrispin are under ing but we feel that "they mean

full steam working on their white folks" and are afraid to ask.
: Avenue and Adams Phone El 4-1468 Junior Cotillion and the Blue Re- 'If you are prepared, knock on any s

vue. The twin attraction will beH. 'I door. Jerome Singfetaxy; has a Light One !

public address system under the

r hood of his Hlt y. If you hear mu- .

ODDS. & ENDS SOME NEW sic coming up the street look_for '
j; Jerome. If JOG'waDI' a young -
SOME CLOSE OUTS war, take peanuts: in I Bubba's. .

SOME DAMAGEDRe "Mfe Daisy" fe. fia the "ground

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME'OF, OUR CRAZY pRICF- peas." Many people regard the ,'..! .,
panders as tokem of bad lock.

*. sloes S-pc. Vanity Chest seacee1De Emmett "Chip" Reed Is still : .:?
taking bows. The and Viceroy
boy girls
BED SPREADS BEDROOM SUITE 001n* e&9 w6S 8aIJd DfIS of Simon-Johnson 'Playground .

Sale Price 5495 Save moo Sale Price egos U ed of conrte svnanawn.Re : gave, a. good accounting,of themselves '

"' over channel 13R.lait Sun .
'' 'IOWa m u '- sr,. ..taa day That, was the first of" !several Gives You
Jte&$89.15 '
- Plactie
Re?. 9469.95 telecasts featuring talent

3 pc SECTIONAL SOFA *:.I ..... from' the playgrounds. Carleton _
Foam "Soft-Kkr: Bryant is play leaderat
Robber-append Quktoss INNERSPRING
Sate Of
Price $3995 Bare $30.00DOWN MATTRESS Simon-Johnson. Chip was the More
Sale Price $ 99.95 Save flea BOX SPRINGS narrator ,.
on the video production. a

Sale Price $4995'for both The other Sunday_at.the Palms

Reg. 969.95 Save uo.oo the boys were made goggleeyedby
CAVALIER CEDAR CHESTS $ 0 0 dress LoliU's and Verdell's gray chemise"black, NsackJl sack." You =1w

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