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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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By Staff CorrespondentWith
Y three James A. Sims, an alleged bolita ale..man, got ,back $250
applications for licenses to operate taxicabsin
which officers confiscated in March 1957 while his
searching room.
..... the Negro section pending before the City Council. City .
; ; P -<6 K, {nyv..Cw K4 at 430 11'e5t Ashley for bolita. "
WANT ACTION Ministers } 9 Fathers Tuesday night heard an appeal for some effort by
The returned in --
labor leaders workers the council to relieve the suffering caused by lack of trans- money was
with order from
portation as a result of the Negro cab drivers' strike anda compliance an
who crowded the City Coun
District RULING
U.S. Judge Bryan Simp- EARLY
walk-out Jacksonville bus drivers.
cil Chamber to voice their by city
Because. the fact that Negro son.Sims
appeal for some move on the has not been tried on the
citizens the hardest hit
part of the Council to relieve the two are strikes there is evidenceof by. bolita charge but is free unde DUE IN BUS

the suffering and loss growing dissatisfaction over WOMAN CLAIMS bond tts entered a plea of not

of money in the community reLfLk the City Council's and Mayor guilty'last June 28. His attorney

caused by the taxicab drivers' ,JBujoS-" a Tl C...:: .:l'E t !'. "' -JU.-H.. ye'rsccif:5canntended.that: ASSAULTSUITTALLAHASSEE ,-- .
and city bus drivers'stritte *" ;- ,RAPE ATTACK the '$250 -was not evidence of
';:rtsxJcab strikes -
in the photosat and requested I _
are seen Failure of, 'the City "Fathers any gambling activity
top. The Council also re that it be returned.I I An early
to demand that Lincoln and New
ceived three applications for y d' x I Deal Cab Company provide trans- BY 3 YOUTHS Judge Simpson signed an order ruling is expected in the half-

licenses to operate cabs from tTk Y portation for Negro citizens under March 6 directing Assistant Dis- 'I million dollar suit brought by a

Negroes. trict Attorney E..Coleman :Mad- Jamaican minister against a Flo
., terms of the franchise granted ----
or to grant permits to Ne- A 24-year-old woman reportedshe sen and Laurie \V. Tomlinson. rida bus company as a result of'a

late Thursday director; of the Internal RevenueS beating he sustained on the
William B. Langley right. groes making applications for was raped

who has filed application fora re-sulting i I night by two Jacksonville men r\"ice, to return the money. I bus.The

The final step was taken when trial ended on a dramatic
license to operate 10 cabs widespread ,i and a teen-age youngster. I

In recent past 15 days applications I' Charged with the rape which I Myersbn! filed a petition for a I note last Tuesday when a Perry"
-- ---- ---- 7' took place in an alley in the rear rule to show cause why the farmer testified he struck the
for licenses to operate 10
:. of the old St. Joseph's Aid I' money had not been returned. 'Rev. Grover Bullock partly be-
taxicabs each have been made
A&MSTUDENTGOES Building in the 600 block of 1 I The judge issued the rule Friday I i cause he took a front seat on the
by William B. Langley Rt. 9: '
State Street are. Roy Nebraska ar.rl: it was paid before the Monday |. bus and partly because he
Tony McFadden, 1567 West 12th
Scott, 21, of 623 Orange Street. deadline.:: thought Mrs. Bullock was white.

TO JAIL "CITYBEAUTIFUL" TO BE SCENE l Street and T. R. Sherman, 1321 Eddie Lee Rosemond 17.. 1010 Judge Dozier Devane gave at-

West 2nd Street, but the City Clay Street and younger boy. torneys for Bullock and the Tarn-

Council which was empowered The victim said she was standing iani Trails Tours, Inc., the bus

IN BUS CASETALLAHASSEEJohnny OF GAIETY FOR KAPPA MEETORLANDO i! to regulate city transportation i near the entrance of the company the suit is directed

i has. to date failed to act en the 1 alley talking with the juvenile'' 'against, 40 days to file briefs

applications. whom sfie knew. As she walked THREE MENA before the verdict is handed

As a result of a general feel through the alley Eddie Lee 'i down. .

Hem.I' The "City Beautiful" is rolling out its red carpetto ing that the City Council is Rosemond allegedly grabbed her' : The Bullocks are suing for

dene, one vl three former students welcome more than 400 members of the Alpha Kappa Alpha "cuddling" the cab company around the neck from the rear =i "p ;$505.000 damages on the grounds
17-year-old) paper boy was
two Negroes and one Sorority and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity'who are expected to which has tailed to provide servo and threatened to kill her if she:', beaten and robbed of he I the bus company knew the racial

white who lost a legal test ofTallahassee'3 converge on Orlando when both Greek letter organizations hold ice for more than thirty days it i l did not submit. The other two I II | .had collected on his paper money route I situation in Florida and should

bus seat assignment their regional meetings in the Central Florida town. 1 I men assaulted her in succession.1 I have protected its passengers
has been hinted that an injunction between 9:15 and 9:45 p.m. last
ordinance was lodged in jail last I I
The woman said Rosemond I Ii against assualt.
Delta Omicron Omega Chapter
may be sought to move the Saturday :March 22.
Thursday to begin serving a 00- : then her cents and The farmer, Milton
day sentence for violating the of Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror. at the FJ.AA. Headquarters on City Council'to issue new lic i gave fifty Albert Mungin Jr., of 1151 W. Poppell
will serve as host to the Drive.Bait-A-Date. told her to get a ride home. testified he decided to board the
law. ity Wesmoreland ,_ enses. State Street told police he was
She quoted him as saying. bus after he heard the driver ten
South Atlantic Regional meeting function .
social planned.
a walking along Court A when
Police were expecting the sure 1 I : The cab drivers went on strikeon "You're lucky. We usually kiD : two policemen that a Negro and
of the Florida Georgia
group. three
will men ran behild him.
begin up
render Friday. of Leonard D. Business Jan. 30 and to date effortsto I' wife
I I I and South Carolina comprise the them after we finish"According white were sitting in the
One man put his hand his
Speed,, who like )Herndon attended South Atlantic 'Region, ,SororGeorgia ; Saturday morning. On Saturday will be settle the dispute have failed. to her story the I mouth while the other two over men front of the bus. Cars C. Cunningham
the closed\ banquet
.Florida A and M Univer- Schanck 'of Orlando isRegional night The city bus drivers began their him
held. On tour of the whipping one
Sunday a
sity :Sol Uegrow, Director.. strike last Tuesday.The : restaurant in the 600 block of over the run at Tampa, gave
is. planned. Each night man put his hand in his pocket
Thft police officers said they Registration will begin Friday city Orlando Sillohouttes .wives and Rev. R A. King, president .; State Street She spoke to a and robbed him of $20. testimony that conflicted with

had information the whereabouts patron of the restaurant who Poppell's.
no on
Cunningham denied
Ministerial !
'April 4. On Friday night the sweethearts of Kappa Men will Mungin said after the men had
-of the third former Student her dime to call officers. that he mentioned
a the
gave incident
groups will atead a joint formalat entertain visiting Silohouttes at Alliance Tuesday might appealed I robbed him they ran west on' J
of St. Scott was picked at the to .
Joseph Spagna policeman.
I the Jones High Gymnasium. the F. I. A, A. Building or inj I i to Council to make some efforts up I Court A. He was making his j\j any
went'to Street Rose Another
Petersburg white, who Orange Address. driver
1 Aubrey Terry
Business sessions will begin Sat- private homes.. to get cabs on the streets. He weekly collections on his route t I'
Florida State University.City ; mond was picked up as he left i \ : of Madison, driver on the Miamito
1 t On when he was attacked the
urday morning. Saturday said the Negro population suffers 1 I by
Roscoe C. Webb Director
; his grandmothers. The juvenile j Tampa run, said he thoughtthe
John Rudd '
Judge signed'papers night the closed banquet will be ofj most from the city's lack / men.
1! Activities for the Southern was picked up asleep in a truckin light-skinned Mrs. Bullock
Thursday ordering
held. All business sessions will be .
execution of the sentences -i held at the Washington Shores vincal Council and chairman ; of public transportation.EXCLUSIVE t a woodyard at Bloxham and II 73-YEAR-OLD i was white and asked her if she
arrangements for the Orlando I Broad. The two men were placedin I wanted the to
and $500 fines given the I!I Elementary School. Negro sit next to

students 13 months ago for via J! Alumni Chapter announced that FILMS OF I the City Jail and the juvenile ,. MISSINGA her. He said he replied that
J la a recent meeting Gamma ether Greek letter groups and
lating the bUt seating law > lodged in the, shelter. Investigating J Bullock was her husband.
: Omega Chapter of Jacksonville civic are joining togetherto ROBINSON-BASILIO i
groups officers: Patrolmen Robert
Judge Devane
j heard the case
!. 73-year-old woman who has,
have beenat liberty -
They selected the I
:j following delegates. make the visitors' stay in FIGHT AT STRAND: George L. C. Williams, Henry been missing from her home sincelast j without a jury at the request of
under $1,000 bonds posted byj j' Mrs. Amy Currie basileus; ?frs.i Orlando 'a pleasant experience.As Harley and Charlie Sea From I '''the plaintiff.
the Tallahassee Inter-Civic Coun- ,i Virginia Long and Mrs. Ruth I Tuesday afternoon la beingnought ,
result of this the Homecide Sgts. Johnson and
a : meeting Complete -round films her
round-by by relatives.
cil, a Negro integrationist organ-1| Solomon to attend the Orlando i
ization. I sessions. Florida chapters hope to extend of the sensational fight.last Tuesday Herbert. :Mrs. Wilhelmina King of 628> I t MAN IS STABBED

I, an invitation to the National in which the North Lincoln
A mandate for execution of the Kappas To_Meet at Jones High night 0 reportedthat I
to meet in Florida.large
Ray Robinson recaptured his JAX MAN SHOT her grandmother Mrs. Theresa BY GIRL FRIEND
sentences was issued Tuesday by Jones High School will serveas
A > ,delegation of Jaxons World's Middleweight Championship Major of 422 Caroline Street
circuit Judge W. May Walker the for the ;
setting meetingof
headed by Polemarch Longineu over Carmen Basflio are now has not returned home since
after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected the Southern Provincial Coun- Elijah Washington, 24, of 94S
Parsons is expected; to attend the showing exclusively at the"Strand Tuesday afternoon about 5:15
W. 4th Street told
a petition for review of cil of Kappa Alpha Psi Frater police his girlfriend
proceedings. I Theatre! The films were flown 21-year-old man was shot pjn. at_ which time she left to stabbed him in his
the case. nity. The Orlando Alumni rightear
% ,. in from Chicago for Sfrand patrons during a family argument last accompany a friend to the corner. Sunday March 23, after
Collie O. Lott of Mount Dora accusing
Leo Foster, special attorneyfor I polemarch will hosts. A corp of...FLORIDA STAB and.win be shown daily as Saturday March 22 between 8:45 She was wearing a grey _light him of corresponding with '
serve as
the dty, said, the U.s. Supreme i staffer the aii-extra? added attraction everyday and 9:30 at their home. 865'W.. weight suit blue coat sweater another woman.Washington .
O. S. Gumpa of Mobile, Alabama, *. Including Society: -
had the effect
Court ruling Win Etttor: and Pho&grapher'W&l cover through Saturday April 5th. 27th Street. white shoes, brown bat and a was carried to Do.
provincial polemarch
of upholding constitutionality of all sessions. the meet 'for special' feature ,. Best, :of air:wm be the' 15th Jimmy 'Dickerson informed white stole around her shoulder. val Medical Center where he was

the ordinance which was enactedat 1 .. bettlethatwas; .that he shot his The
round, the bloody police was by family is offering a modest treated for a serious laceration

the height of a c campaign by: Registration will begin Thursday wUch wffl 'appear ta the cut'off the closed TV Big Screent'ti wife:during an argument.. He reward for information concerning of the right very ear. He said he-

Tallahassee Negroes to secure I night and conttxue through April, 1Z teoe ofe TLASTAj >e. Roosevelt :which.bad the also said his sifter-ta-law broughtthe the septuagenarian where- did not to
care have
equal bus Beating,facilities.' I Friday: At 6:00 Friday evening .' '. ". 1Ii' ; \ praeecute4JAXONS
::10" .. .1Jii4! ---A .1- '- : _" & '

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Two THE FLORIDA STAR Week Ending Sa1ur ay. March 29. 1951


THE FLORIDA STAR T 3 or w *. W4INFi !; "PoKtks As Usual"By

NEWS r 1 .::i )ff'rjA I

Published by The Florida Star Publishing Co.



Moncriel Road ............... EL 44782 EL 4-6785 SCEF CHARGES FLORIDA JOHNS COMMITTEE

Downtown Branch Office: 423 Broad Street-Phone, EL 44775 IS SEEKING TO FRIGHTEN' DESEGREGATION

I Aubrey W. Williams, president of the Southern Conference,

.Mailing Address: I'. Educational Fund, Inc., has charged that the committee of the

Florida state legislature, headed by Charley Johns is fundamentally
; ;
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville J, Florida 1t
violative of law, and the Constitution of the United States and of
Erie O. Simpson .....................................Editor
the duties of good c1Uzenship.rIle .*

O., Parham Johnson .............................News Staff legislature: which created

AltainaerBlehardson. ......?......f .... ..... ..drcnlatfon Dept. I the committed, Mr. Williams I ciples i represented by, Moral. Re-
JI; / rt : stated in a letter to Florida
Armament will ultimately erase
Member of Associated Negro Press editors, "went far beyond the
1 and demolish aH barrier btte4>
SUBSCRIPTION BATES limits of constitutional power to
legislation for the solely on differences -nee or.,
One Year $5,00; Half Year $5.00; Three Months, $1.80 I pass purpose "
I cf nullifying that derision.f. color.
Mafled To Ton, Anywhere; In The United Slates.Sutarrtptions '
Therefore we I Walden, member of the National
Payable Advance; Send lAiecka or Money Orders T..: do not believe
Committee of the
O. 1, FLORIDACOLONS' that the committee -
NAACP, described MRA as the
is invest!
l t I "most significant movement in

iI I 9 r gating facts for the of human relations to
ANTI DEMONSTRATIONORDER ( 'w the purpose of area

; lrsk I i I I carrying out day. Hatred, division, strife dis-

& proper legislative sension, confusion and bloodshedhave

SHOULDN'TCOVER NAACPA duties., but almost totally underminedthe

is merely under-
moral foundations of our
taking to em-
civilization. MRA offers and
receoi order of Florida Governor Leroy Collins : barrass certain
individuals and practices the solution to the com-
instructing sheriffs. In this stale to' ban Ku Klux Klan
groups in order pled problem of human relations
demonstrations calculated to incite riot or disorder was to them
SIMPSON frighten which afflicts the world.
hailed last week by NAACP Executive Secretary Roy out of their efforts to supportand
"In 68 countries miracles have
Wilkins who asserted that_ the order could not logicallybe obey the law. of the land as
been by MBA in changing
wrought -
construed to. apply to the NAACP which. operates by'laWful .' the Supreme Court.
the motivation of individuals
The Southern Conference Educational ,
and peaceful .means I
Fund Inc." wrote Mr. families, races and nations. Hun-
In a telegram to the governor dated March 14, Mr. AND NOW, TO CHANGE.. STATE CONSTITUTION of
Williams, Is an organization dreds of youth in Asia, black
Wilkins noted that Mr. Collins' order to sheriffs includedthe TO KEEP NEGROES FROM VOTING Southerners whose work has I
and white of Africa, journeyedto
NAACP. always been to educate and develop
the World Assembly in Mack-
Such an Inclusion "implies that we. like the Klan havea a sound and informed '

record of disorder and mob action outside the law.' the -- Your public opinion in the South. It inac.

NAACP official noted. Weekly is naturally the target of the Walden 47 years a member

Jnlms Committee, and while we of the Georgia bar, urged the
Mr. Wilkins informed the governor that the NAACP are glad to be numbered among
Horoscope Guide. I youth of Atlanta, th world'slargest
will continue its "usual activities" in Florida and asked those who oppose the things; for renter of Negro education -

the sate official to "clarify your instructions so that an which the committee, stands, ue
to make the closest possible
regret that a group having the<<
individual sheriff may not interpret them as permitting
contact with "this great force.
authority of the state legislature
him to prevent legal and orderly assemblies and other BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL
indulges in such tactics, for the The greatest beneficiaries of
activies of his Association in various localities in Florida."
I unlawful of nullifying a
PABLO ASTROLOGER purpose :MICA will be the disadvantaged:
The NAACP. Mr. Wilkins pointed out always has By The decision of the Supreme Court. I "
I Negro youth in the deep South.
"operated with lawful methods and by peaceful and orderly n By such tactics the comniU

means" in its work to secure "the legal and constitutional ARIES to do what is right and to account any harm either. Keep supports the prejudices of those

Born March 21s thru April 19th strengthen the bonds of friend- your diet moderate.32o771875S21. who are bent upon defiance of

rights of, Negro citizens. You may have to decide whichis ship wherever possible. The perilsof the law cf the land, and attempts CITES 'DILEMA' OF

worth more to you, a friend. speculation and unwise attachments to discourage honest citi- FSU PROFESSOR

\Vhat Ever ship success or the ac.cumulaUon. whereas the 15th accentu- CAPRICORNBorn I zns! who, mean to live within the\
Happened To The Sunday Suit? ,
0 of cash or worldly goods. Your ates the great gains you can Dec. 22nd Thru Jan. 19th law and treat all of their fellowmen : SOUTHERN LIBERAL

future productivity well being, chalk up when you concentrate Take afirm stand against any with kindnrss! and justice. 'I
Wrinkled sports shirts, skimpy sundresse, blue Jeans and cow- I and peace of mind should dictate oil your work, family ties and the I get-rich: quick schemes no matter "Our organization believes that TALLAHASSEE The so-
boy outfits in Summer and equally unattractive and inappropriate : called Southern liberal is in the
clothing in Winter-these are the unfortunate replacements for your decisions and actions on the achievement of ultimate success I in what light they may be paint- the purpose and aims of the committee most difficult dilemma of all as
what was once known, proudly, as the Sunday Suit. I 10th. Great ambition and unexcElled the 16th. | ed this week. The 17th and 22ndI are fundamentally viola-
But like the one-room school the covered bridge or the open trol work performance may : 2-90-11- 9-13-291 I I places grave doubts on the motives I tjve of law and aims of the Con- a result of the U. S. Supreme
ley car, Sunday-go-to-church clothes relics 1 Court school desegregation decree,
are of the past-lost
bring in the rewards but be sure VIRGOBern 1 of those who i
somewhere in the ; are making: solution of the United States awl
murky passages of time. I' a Florida State University sociologist -
What sent the Sunday Suit into the Never-Never Land "Chalk you measure the cost in health. August; 24th Thru Sept. 23rd j attractive propositions that mayeen I the duties of good citizenship said

it up to the current insistence on leisure living," says one ps chol- 2-50-66-48-64-256. The 9th confirms that your include marriage and roi The apparent but false legality today.

ogist. "There is so much emphasis on leisure time, shorter hours, security is ensured b y steady i rr.ance. The_ doings of teen-agers; I g ven-to it by legislative authorization Lewis M, Killian told a lee-

more terms freedom of do-it-the-easy-way.for the individual Weekends, that people are looked view upon everything as 'free-in TAURUS I working and domestic conditions. 1! at his time should also be closely I should hot deceive the ture series audience at the university -

dom days.." Born April 20th Thru May 20th However, the 10th may incline#supervised to prevent unpleasant: people of the South into thinking in a prepared speech that

In the April Catholic Digest, now on the newsstands Kay Sulli As good and so-called bad as-.' you to take he emotional way out I developments. A clearer appraisalI L; that represents any sound or "a special sort of wrath is reserved -

van_points out it wasn't that the Sunday Suit o'f former -years was I pects run about. even, make it with rather upsetting: consequences I. of your future prospects may majority thinking. We believe by the segregationists: for
so elegant, expensive
or stylish.
Often it was only a shiny blue .. :your business to call on the best on your friendships and af soon be made if you think logi j that the pople of the South are the white man who accepts the

serge but it was neatly cleaned minds available to help you inI, fectionate relations. The 14th cally. law abiding and will,support the principle of desegregation as a

and pressed and worn with a charting a safe and profiable exerts a favorable force in behalf 7:-80-99-78-97-798 decisions of the Supreme Court valid one."
feeling of pride. Implicit in the
term Sunday Suit was the feel- course. The problems created by | of your pecuniary situationa o1 the United States". i i "They know that he, a member -

ing that only one's best was suit- negative attitudes and the impact long as discretion remains I AQUARIUSBorn ,* I of the in-group, represents

Able for God. this could have on your ': your guiding principle. Let a Jan. 20th Thru Feb. 18th the greatest threat to the continued -

Once everyone knew what you pocketbook, friendships and essential '! brilliant associate or friend ad- : Good results from your attempts ATLANTA ATTORNEY i i existence of segregation,"
meant when you referred to your i URGES YOUTH MAKE
T iLy relationships are representedby vise you on the 16th. j to succeed and to step up
Sunday Best. But what term ; he said.
the 10th. You will nothing 63o.M28M5LIBRA. 'the flow
would serve the same purpose gain : of gainful returns are
today Probably Sloppy Sunday.Or by standing alone right on I i ensured when you use meticulous Colonel A. T.'aldt>n. Negro j "Therefore he recognizes that

Don't Bother Day. wrong, and refusing to accept ) ware r in planning and establishing Member of the Bar for the U.S. i I if he acts on, or even expresses,
"Nobody asks that his beliefs he be ostracized
Sunday Supreme Court, speaking over may
church-goers dressed aid. Born Sept. 24th Thru Oct. 23rd the ground work. You still have I
the teeth in expensive appear clothing to" 9-70- &--68- e-*78. ; The elements that could sow to weigh the possible costs 1 n Radio WERD In Atlanta key' subjected to economic reprisals

says a-New York City pastor. "I 'jt I distrust, suspicion and indifference I II I terms ''of' physical well-being and city In the deep south, last week physically attacked or denouncedas
just ask that my parishioner I inner said, The triumph of the prin a Communist."
GEMINIBorn within the-famlly could be put to I serenity. The 31st also posesa
wear clean neat modest clothIng of

that the sticking out open-toed May 21st Thru June 21st rout once love is allowed to comein. question as to what steps you
; men wear jackets; shoes wearing dresses more suited I
that the women atop trying to to night dubs than church," The confidence that you requireand The 10th makes it imperative, should take to conserve vital and .

pretend that three inches of rib she says. "1 see men in open- possess as a rule could be for you to protect your frn"gpower material resources

bon or an artificial flower is a necked sport shirts and children undenninded by worries that are by doing your work wen 8 60 II 88 42 864
haL and that the kiddies wear with unshined shoes and on-
their sunsuits only where they pressed clothes.1* imaginary or built up by your and avoiding making secret ene

belonr-on'the be !* What can be done to restore feelings of insecurity caused by mica A full realization as to PISCESBorn
Etiquette Authority Amy Van- the pleasant custom of dressing ture t322tunexpected where your security lies should Feb. 19th Thru March 20th

derbili Mints out that people up for Sunday church? It could reversals in your for help prevent a family or marital There would be no point in driv
Hem to Sflroing to church in costumes start with the family unit, with
hat were unthinkable a each member determined to keep tunes. The wrong decisions will breakdown when the Sun squares ing yourself to a frazzle to force

abort time ago."I Nt more worn- that-Batter Sunday r** look the- not help your financial prospects Saturn 16. resulte that refuse to yield as you

.!n ia ban legs with painted toe- year round and valuable ties when Venus 7-40-22-38-21-721 I j will soon have much better oppor-

opposes the 10th. Luck will 1 i jtunities I to achieve your purposes

remain with you through thick SCORPIOBorn 'I l with less effort. The 20th emphasize t

I 'I Good Nutrition At Lower Cost I and thin if you hold on to prac- Oct. 24h Thru Nov. 22nd that wile, ingenuity resourcefulness
tical .
economic measures. I It may be touch and go this are your most efficient

4-30-22-2S-21-428. : week, so be very deliberate about : tools when you want to get '

Today's enriched bread i Is con 16% of the calcium, 15% of the what do. The best things done. The happy relationsyou s't, ,
you or antidote
timing to gain recognition for riboflavin, 24% of the thiamine, say with
CANCERBorn enjoy key could
iU contribution to diet, particularly 30% of the iron and 23% of the for heartaches and anemic people
among people who want to niacin but only 12% of the calories Jane 22nd Thru July 22nd pocketbooks is greater producti also be disturbed If you are too

hold their nutrition level high recommended daily for the The only thing tfrat can stand vity. A rather tense situation forceful.
and their food costs down, E. E. average man. between you and the financial 5-70 55-68-53-650IS
Kelley, Jr., Lakeland Fla., presIdent "The importance of protein in should not be allowed to get out
of the American Bakers the diet is being emphasized by windfall that could be headed in of hand if this means the break

Association said recently) at a today's nutritionists. A recent your direction would be excessive : ing up of a going team, on the
baker meeting in New Orleans. technical publication points out caution or lack of falh in your 10th. Your
prestige as a
The of in baker that of milk( professional
percentage gain one glass and four, abilities to succeed. The .
bread production slices of bread provide 25% of opposition man or public figure could I
during the the recommended daily allowance between Venus and Uranus then be in jeopardy. Accept the YOUR

past five years of protein and 60% of the recom: counsels against speeding, court opportunity to cash in on some ,

has been greater _t mended allowance* of the amino I actions, unrealistic hopes and social thing good. The troubles that ,
than the percentage \ acid lysine. NAME
of gain "Measured in cents per pound'' excesses. AD Sagittarians in weigh heavily on your heart may _
In population, v in of confidential posts should benefit be banished when look
terms costs of nutrients and you upward
Kelley"stated. in terms of minutes of time required from the 14th Love and reason for guidance and strengh. IN THEBOOK 1400 WRHC 1400{
"This M he declared to earn a loaf bread is one should rise above selfishness, on 140773875175SAGITrARIVS

indication, is that an of the very best food '-.11. Today's the 16th when the Sun squares
1 enriched white bread ? FEATURES -
is the Saturn
and trines
per capita consumption Mercury Ura-J
finest loaf
of nutritionally ever offered -
bread nationalKellcy..Jr. to the American people. It nus. Born Nov. 23rd Thro Deo. 21st KEN KNIGHT
is superior to 6 40 33 38-31-643 ,
ly is on the increase. breads of yesteryear There are too many contradictions
"More and more nutritional because it contains milk and exaggerations and distortions PRESENTING -
authorities the B vitamins and Iron of the
placing emphasison LEO KNIGHT TRAIN
the value of bread In the diet, enrichment formula. Enriched I floating around making it 8-9 PM. 12a ) NIGHTLY
whether it is a subsistence,weight bread contributes better health to Born July 23rd' Thru August 23rd hard 'for you to understand' decide "

losing or weight gaining diet," the public and provides a steadily, There is no profit in. speculation or commit yourself You may SWEET CHARIOT
Kelley said."People have learned widening market to the fanner final showdowns or decisions: cave yourself a lot of trouble by 8:10 to 10:30 MONDAY thin FRIDAY
that six slices of enriched bread for wheat, for nonfat milk >"
fcr that go contrary to innate BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
your working closely with life or
contribute 18%. of the your
protein, shortening and for aurar.'I'1 SATURDAYPage
good 1030.12 MONDAY thru
cense, according to seattle public partner. And; ouch.cooper.

'! ; the 10U. Let the 14th impel JOG ation would not do the Joint bank .


\ Ending Saiurday. March 29 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR s Page Tin.


Debs' Mothers Prepare For Cotillion I

SOCIALLY = SPEAKING ;. ., "..;..:.,*<:". ..
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THE TIUBTIZTJi: ANNIVERSARY of the Royal Vagabonds Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sykea Jr., were at home to a. weekly bridge
Inc wa celebrated at the Duval County Armory recently with a group last Friday evening in their home at Iris Boulevard. \ .'. ..
very gay formal dance. 'Present were: Mrs. Galvin Mr.
Evelyn ; aad Mrs. Joseph White; 1:: n
Guests dancing: to the music of'Abe Lave had varied opinions Mrs. Maria McCIam; Mrs. Lois A, Randall; Mrs., Bonnie Bush; and t t. V'S
on the quality of the music-some openly appreciative of the DixieLand Mrs. Mattie.Montgomery. > "* V .5 :
tempo and the brevity of some of the Bombers, while others .:' -.s
bemoaned the fact that the selections ended before they could get The Theta Phi Chapter of the Omega Phi Fraternity Inc. f'
into full swing. Even so, it was evident. that all present enjoyed the monthly meting was held recently in the honi -' of Dr. and Mrs.

affair.Some Buford W. Kidd. Bro. Rudolph L. Daniels.*Basileus presided over 1" : 'S V : Vs
very gorgeous gowns were seen at the dance among the the meeting and several reports were read Tiy various committee 1"J
more outstanding numbers was.the red lace creation worn by Sirs.Detphine chairmen. -

ftlataor Brlnson. The hemline emphasized the new (but old) The following brothers were in attendance at the meeting: J

balloon effect. William If. Adams. James D. Alfred William Scott, Jr, Rudolph
S e s i t Daniels. Robert W. Gray K. D. Britt, Jr., Ernest Wyatt Leroy 1"f. aV ,

Mrs. Thelma Miller of New York City was in the city recently Jackson Walter H. White, Rodell F. Roberts, "Percy L. Parsons, h R, iU
aa the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Miller 1535 West Seventh Robert Robinson Clifford Crimes, Benjamin Kennedy..Oliver Walker. 4 :
Street. She Is a nurse at Harlem Hospital. Dr. B. W. Kidd. Rev. J. B. F. Williams, Elwood L. J. Banks, 4. 'y .LR.
S S t t t t Marion Burton Mouselee Davis and Dr. Lerou C. Ervin.A .

Mrs, Willie Mae Smart of 1051 Frazier Street was hostess to a special memorial service will be held,for the deceased brothers f.I f.I f. .

recent meeting The Zenith Bridge Club. Sunday March 16 at Ebenezer Methodist Church, Clay and Ashley f.f f > ;.,
Mrs. Lois Avery Randall was the lone guest and received a Streets. Rev. J. B. F. Williams the pastor and also an Omega F VV5 b 55 V'V : f fF
lovely gift from the hostess. Brother will conduct the special closed services
Mrs Inez Washington was high scorer for the evening and was S i i i i ,

presented the first place award. Other prizes were won by Mrs. The Marechal Neil Garden Circle held its last meeting in the S 4
Ruth Parrott and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. home of Mrs* Elinor Littlejohn 1424 Jefferson Street. Cohostesswere I :
Miss Mary Prime was welcomed as a new member of the club. Mrs. Jamie Mendez, Mrs Florrye M. Mixon Mrs. Ethel M.
s s t
Pierce and Mrs. Charles. q'd 'V 'VV :
Oliver Parson and El A. Crawford were seen'in the role of hosts Mrs. Maggie Williams demonstrated a miniature flower arrangement I .'.'
when the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Pst Prater- which was very attractive and Mrs. Wilhelmina Skinner f\ i'

nity met recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Longineau Parsons demonstrated points in flower arrangements for dining room table .. ; irfn .
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2055 Mt. Herman Street. centers. I I : :. .

Kappa men present for the meeting" included William Mathls, The repast centers around St. Patrick's Day.and was delicious I J 5V' I
Raymond Miller W. D. Sweet, Forest Murphy, John Darby, George as well as attractive. Mrs. Anna Belle Rucker was a guest. i 1. ;.., s:f '' :
Starkes, Alvin G. White, Ernest Glpaou, Lionel Moore Wallace Ras- The next meeting of the Circle will be held at-the home of Mrs. .
berry Maxto Wilson, Leon Bland. George till Robert Mitchell Eva Saterwhite, 2015 Moncrief Rd. :..l : l. <1JC: : w l ::; tr .

Julius Gulnyard, Neal Bland, Dr. James Henderson Isaac D. .Gray. B i t s- i t t t ...,...:..;f' .N- ..;
son, Kills Bonner. Robert Knight, Dr. R. E. Smith and Charles The Springfield Circle meeting was held in the home of Mrs. .n'
Parsons. Odessa Street The flower show
Irene Bryant 530 Tuesday night.
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s t i t t
and garden tour was discussed.
There was much activity at the home of The L. R. Burns of 3124 The February meeting was held in the home of Mrs. Anna L. 1,: -"I

Davis Street recently, with the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Alexander Brooks, 848 Van Buren Street with Mrs. Omega Rowe, president I I' i.f i, ]
of Willlamsburg. Virginia and a social meeting of the Ladies in charge. After the meeting the hostess served a delicious repast.
Auxiliary of The National Association of Letter Carriers Number%3. .- 1 t t I fi j V VV ,"
Mrs. Hubert Alexander is the former Bobbie Burns of this city The Jacksonville Amateur Golfers Guild meeting was held in \ %
I I .
(daughter of The L. R. Bums) while :Mr Alexander hails from Ba- the beautiful Club Eldorado Club With Herbert L. Wingate as the Ii i : a J

tonville. He is head of'the Food Department of The Rockefeller host. Elwood Banks president presided over the meeting. Plans : r ____
Foundation in Williamsburg. was made to increase play at the New Lincoln Golf and Country I n.
i i Club. The 4th Annual Gate City Open Tournament will be helda I,

Mrs. Hazel Ldllienthal of 521 Jessie Street entertained the Feml- ,the Brentwood Municipal Golf Course on April 3 through the 6th. -.tJ'"
nice Gravitiae Ladies in her home recently. > t s a r ,

With all members of the charming group present, an enjoyable .Mrs. A, U Lewis paid a tribute to the founders and finer t." \
bridge session was held. womanhood in the YW and the comunmity. The branch was named.
Mrs. Dental King was the outstanding player of the evening.coosequeaUy for the late A. L. Lewis. I I I 1 3! AI
receiving the first place award. She wag followed close Some of the former members present were: Mrs. John Rutledge, ; I
r ly by Mrs. Julia E. Brooks and Mrs. Elizabeth Jones. Mrs Mary Todd )(McKenzie )Irs. Wlllia Camper Mrs, S. N. Starker j I II S { t
Feminine Gravitiae officersare: Mrs. Elizabeth Jones, president; Mrs. Fleet Hart Alexander and Mrs. Wilson Baker, was chairman II I T:

Mrs. Denial King vice president; Mrs. Hazel Llllienthal, secretary; for the tea table arrangements from the branch committee with II I s x
Mrs. Agnes Reeves, financial secretary; and Mrs. Gussle Cunning. Mrs. Robinson assisting with decorations. Y.f. VV
ham treasurer. Other members are Mrs. Sara S. Stewart; )[rs. Julia J' 1\(". Russell D. Henderson served as chairman from the Teen. 'I I rf
E. Brooks; Mrs. Bonnie Bush; Sirs. Mary Jones; Mrs. Willie )Ia.e'' age program assisted by Mrs. Harry Collins and Mrs< L H. Burney. 5'ai

Smart; Sirs. Marie Argrett; Mrs. Catherine Burns; and Mrs. Hallie i Mrs John Rutledge conducted the worship service prior to thespeaker's I __ ____. .. :_......... r "SV..
Holloway. addres.'J.I I
DEBS' MOTHERS Mothers of Jacksonvlle debutantes who will make their .
I bow in the annual Cotillion to be held April 18, in the Duval Armory under the
sponsorship of the Beta Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are seen
Bridegrooms Eating Their Cake Wedding i here. In ihe lop photo, front row, are the Cotillion officers from left. Mrs. Isa-
I II belle Powell vice president; Mrs. Ruth B. McMillan president: and Mrs. Edith Nix
I on, secretary. Members in the back row are: Mrs. Edith McGruder. social calendar
FOR : chairman: Mrs. Ruth Johnson Treasurer; Mrs. Gertrude Brooks. assistant secretary;

.. MARRIAGE LICENSES i and Mrs. Viola Smith chaplain. The bottom photo shows another group of Cotillion
,' mothers. In the first row left are: Mrs. Earnestine Austin. Mrs. Annie Daniels, and

:... '., ..f'l "<;it.. .-.': S : Mrs. Lucille Jordan. Second row: Mrs. Marie Buggs and Mrs. Rosa Lee Dailey.
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:"; I Henry Linder 914 Cherry Ave., !

:1 Canton, Ohio age 24 and Claudia i JACKSONVILLE MARY McLEOD'S NEW STANTON

; ", : Delores James, 2911 Willow St., P-TA SPONSORS

; ",, age 23. ; SPRING TEA
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Johnnie C. Clark 1717 25th
Plans for a spring tea were
St, ag 21 and Cynthia Luretta _
Jasmin, 1622 E. 22nd St., age 18.1 SLATESBALL recently. outlined by the program
I committee of the Mary McLeod On April 13, in the library of
ve Bethune Elementary School's P- New Stanton Senior High School
Charlie Sampson 1485 W. _
: .x II Miss Lucylle J. Glymp. DCT co
St.. age W. 22nd St. age 52. T.A.The
tea is the initial affair of ordinator will review the book
Plans are being made for the
the R.-T.A. Proceeds from the "Some Came Running" written
Jonathan D. Mosley 609 Wst Jacksonville Police BenevolentAssociation's
affair will help provide facilities by James Jones, also the authorof
Cleveland! St. 24 and Elizabeth
age third annual ball on .
Here to
-- for the school. "From Eternity"
E. Morrison, 609 W. Cleveland May 9, featuring Erskine Hawkins
Each homeroom class will be The setting for "Some Came
St, age 22. and his orchestra.
represented at the table.A Running" is the Wabash. Valleyof
Proceeds from the affair wil| number of talented between
Lincoln J. Coleman, 1147 Mc- persons Southern Illinois
EATING THEIR CAKE-Two Jacksonville goals who recently ventured out in- Conihe St. age 25 and Geraldine go to help the athletic program. will participate in the program. World War H and the Korean
Tickets be secured from
to the sea of matrimony are seen eating their cake, fed to them by their newly wed Harris 6117'Arcadia Road age 17 policeman may Music I War. The story deals with Illusions .
brides. The couple at left are Miss Delores James and Henry.Linder who were uni '. any the gaping differencein
Store or Buster Ford's 938 East
ted In matrimony last Sunday in the home of Mr. J. T. Carter 1150 West 27th Willie Edw. Williams. General Union Streeti SAY YOU SAW IT wat man thinks he Is doing
Street.in a ceremony performed by the Rev. W. D. Welcome.In Delivery- Atlantic Beach Fla.,age .I. and what he is actually doing.
the photo at right are Miss Emily Curry and Paul Shealy who were Joined In 21 and Margaret Gridges Gen. IN THEFLORIDA The difference of man's conception -

nuptial rites performed on Sunday by the Rev. S. P. Donald.: Del., Atlantic Beach, Fla., age STAB of reality is explained.

i Ulysses M. Holland 2320 Jerusalem .
St, 23 and Mary Elizabeth .]'
age i
r Price. 1660 University St., !|y SPONSORSTEA Dr. M. C. GRAYAND
l age 19. i

Edw. N. Lang 1252 Hart St, ,
; age 22 and Catherine Barhill 1 1149 A Spring Tea will be sponsoredby !
: Steele Court age 24. !( the PTA of the Mary McLeod '
APRIL 1st IS THE LAST DAY .> Bethune Elementary School in the DR. A. W. GASKINVETERINARIANS

FILE Walter Whetstone, 1134 Pippin cafetorium April 13, at 4 pjn.
TO 1958 i
Mrs. Hampton Cheatham is the
I St.:, age 21 and Willie Mae
Adams 1115 Harrison St. age 19. president I'
Mr, Johnnie L. Byrd, chairmanof
: Romany Lipford 1143 E. 23rd the program committee. Is ,.
HOMESTEAD TAX EXEMPTIONFILE St. age 19 and Dorothy Coles making plans for the tea. A program Announce their affiliation in the

1717 E. 22nd* age* 18.. I will group.presented by a selected practice of large animal

Willie Edward Williams Gen. The 4-H Club of the school presented medicine and surgery.
Del., Atlantic Beach. Fla. age 21 a program for the pupils
....:.,f ",V' ,"" and Margaret Bridges Gen. Del. as one of the activities for the OFFICE LOCATED AT

< NOW ;; ,,> ., Atlantic Beach Fla.. age 21. observance of National 4-H Club
WITH. Week. Mrs Ethel C. Hankina is
James Robt. Adams 1230 Clay the sponsor of the club. The officers .t
St. age 21 and Rachel Lee Biv- of the Bethune Club are: i iI 3534 POST STREET
ens, 1230 Clay St. age 18. I Carolyn Lynch president; Willie t
Bell Williams vlce-presidenti"

Leon E. Forbes Assessor 102 Court House Benj. Kennedy, 6S4 Haines St, Mary :Jones recording secretary; Jacksonville 5, Florida
age 28 and Ellen Virginia Wiggins Ceola Hicks treasurer; Jeanette
Rt. 1. Box 5, Chattahoochee, Gilbert chaplain and song leader;. Telephone Day or Night Dial EVergreen 93495aeek

Florida, age 23. _. ,!,t-., Theresa Hall,. is the club mascot

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Mcrs than 2000 persons gathered last Tuesday to pay their last respects to the Crumady and George T. McCall lead members of Rabia Temple and North Jackson --- --

late Rev. K. D. BrUt veteran Baptist minister. Observers said that the mile long ville Lodge 387 in Masonic Funeral services at the grave of the late Rev. K. D. GRANT MEMORIALVICTORY

cortage is the longest ever seen in Jacksonville.In Britt. Deacon Attress Fleming 33rd degree. Deputy Grandmaster of the state is

the top photo the pallbearers. Mason: : brothers and fellow ministers are shown shown at left. I: P50GRAM

removing the body from the hearse. Active pall-bearers were Rev. J. J. Jones The flower banked final resting place: of Rev. K. D. Britt is shown after fu TERMINAl MAY 18

Rev. H. H. Robinson. Rev. J. J. Jenkins Rev. R. L. Wilson. Deacon W. G. Pattersonand neral services Tuesday. March 25 at.Second. Baptist Church. The floral display

Deacon G. W. Scott. with the large 27 in it. symbolizes the 27 years Rev. K. D. Britt pastored the The Minute Movement Victory

Second Photo: Beneath an arch formed by the mourning rods. Revs. A. E. church. program will te:m:nate May 18
in Grant Mermnil AME Church.
DAYSriWGCFOIR Program" at Mt. Monah AME Rev. I. D. Hinson pastor
I I WILL BE HEARD IN I II II Church Stonewall and Magnolia' : The men are making plans for
I I Annual Men's Day which will beheld
.,treet, Sunday beginning at
May 18 at Grant Memorial
1 and of New Hope AME 10:45: a.m. <*ME Chuch.I .
Church v-ill present tie liJLcs
choir of Day Spring Baptist in

I a recital April 28 in the church I
3 of Central CME Church tea will be given in the New auditorium at 8 pm. I You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

wUI Bethel AME Church Mrs. Ruby P. Askew is direc-
sponsor a Strawberry Frappe Sunday by
tor of the and the
Sunday in the home of Mrs. Choir One at 3 pm. group group LOW PRICESOn
has served in many churches .
Myrtis Shootes 1436 Myrtle Alethia R Frazier, spon. the
throughout city. SLATES PROGRAMA I A Spring Tea will be given by ,
Avenue from 4 to 6 p.m. and a sored by the Sarah McGinnis The ACE League wilt meet at
program will be presentedin i the Junior Mission of the First I II Your
program will be presented also. Missionary Society will give a 5:30: with Miss Evelyn Lattimer the Friendship Baptist Churchb I Corinth Baptist Church Sunday,

Youth fellowship will be held recital during the evening worship presiding. the Interdenominational Choir in the church. I DRUG STORE NEEDS
at 6 with Mrs. C. Brownin Mrs. Mable Oliphant I
p.m. organist Union April 1 at 8 pm. I Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry will be I
charge and a /lenten tea will of Mt. Zion AME church will MEMORIAL the speaker for the occasion.. I Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
D*.* sponsored by Stewardess accompany Miss Frazier *
Board 3 in the church from 4 Service will begin at 1 o'clock. I
MEETINGThe Men's Day will be observed at
to 6 p.m. Mrs. Estelle Jones, president. HOLDS REULAII BAPTIST MALL YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
Grant Memorial AME Church on CHORUS PRESENTEDThe
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AME Laymen's League of May 18 with Prof. Carter T. Male Chorus of the Beu-

the East Florida Conference will I I Lewis as general chairman and lah Baptist Church will be presented Dixie

WHY BUY READY BLADE meet at the St. Stephens AME Willie Walker cochairman in a recital m the Union Pharmacy

CLOTHING THAT DOES NOT Church Sunday at 3:30 p, m i A minute men movement will Progressive Baptist Church 613
: be conducted each Sunday and ISO( KINGS- ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
CORRECTLY? A program will be presentedfor Pippin St., Sunday night at 8
Let King Fit You In the occasion. Representatives 1. Tuesday. o'clock Rev. J. VV. Roberts, pas PHONES EL 3-5597.98

- J- TVl "King Tailored" Clothing from local leagues. have been asked tor. Ur eii\er \\e Abe FiU All Doctors' Prescription
TAJ16 That Will Make You .
Feel .
I to attend the meeting \


EXPERT ALTERATIONS i Bivens Special will be pre. A revival meeting will be held

0 LAY-A-WAY PRESENTS RECITAL sented in an after service pro- in the Evergreen Baptist Church --- Sunday night by the Cleveland and ,
kq FOR EASTER gram Logan Streets, by
The Litimore Gospel Singerswill Nurses Board of Abyssinia Bap- 'the Rev. J. 'VV. Low, pastor of :i GRAY HAIRS need worry you no more

.- tsroniuiTi be presented in a recital by tist Church.: Friendship Baptist Church, Albany i
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GIN a i the Sunday School Department Choir 2 will sponsor a religioustea Georgia. The services will Wen.LIQUID 1.Erandt's EAU DENNA
of Elizabeth Baptist Church,'' in the home of Mr. and Mrs. begin April 28. '

10 BROAD ST. March 30 in the church at 3:30p. Roosevelt Counts, 1269 Hart S a .. HAIR.. COLORER.
i Will cover ray haW U 10 90 muratet* that
.... m. Street. PAYNE: CHAPEL A3IE yea would not know it over w. gray It ithqwieT.
------- --- On applicotieit'with a tooth broth or *
------ .- TO SPONSOR PROGRAM i swab doss it. N. pock. No met 4
Ship Zion"
a gospel
MO tot.
singing program is being poet four hair .hat boon dyed L..... it toft
sponsored -
WITH DAVIS! and fattreoi no dead color-no ttrvofct o tpotv
by Usher Board One .
e.. of -|ft' a fuform color if properly appliod
Payne Chapel AME Church,
It will not rub off. It slays on tovorol miiiriShompooiiia ....
I East 23rd and Plateau streets : too; bathing tan. per_' wo-
Mg.. cvrlMg or ttroightonuig iron. nothing. tak.ttt ne
BEAUTIFUL 6-PC. SOFA BED GROUP I Sunday at 6 p.m. I .*. Yoa can _... aoy aray M matter h.. }
:Mrs. Harriet Dorsey and Mrs. '; a.bb.rabow colon stay ...ce. edl. LACK stays tlACK.AH .

Florence Richo will be featured I WONDERFUL fOR TOUCHING UP
i T..eaa pat it on{att w..........*].Can: ........ _..sibs..,..or"Mwrforco ..... ,
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!hoiUai .boon mo4.WOMOM mA MM ass f oo DOMM to m4it .
t ,f Benefits from the program will DOES NOT INTERFERE WITH PERMANENT WAVING
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aid the building fund. foil Q-.rott.oiM in sac to tt\nt sad Sponiib CAUTION: ss Vocto4
o* ......." Colon: Hock; Dark .....; ........ irowi; tigM trown; Drabs
......; A.U.it. Prbo por boa S15e (pals ,....... '..). C* this .. ass -
K J' SAINT MATTHEW. CHURCH .U s !_for fvter* toforoM-. Yow Mi my Seek If Not EaenI, s.ti"....


Grant Memorial Trio will
be presented in a recital Sunday, Road and Myrtle

t. at St Matthew Baptist Church -- ,

auditorium 28th and Moncrief.at .
U.... ? tj Pi .e. 7:30 p.m. YOU'LL ENJOY EATING t
; The program Is being sponsoredby .
the Organ committee of the
EASY 1. EASY church to benefit the organ rally. = --- AT DIXIE'SLUNCH =



Estella Jones of the East

... Florida Conference Branch So-, oxoxa.oxoa oa o
i ... ciety, AME Church, has called AND HOME MADE

ail officers and members to the I DO-NUT

quarterly session to meet Mon. ,

day at 5 p-m. in the auditorium I STAND

of Grant Memorial AME Church,
1 I c0 4xOYOR/JR/l<4l x/1+ / G
Clay and Orange streets. I Made Fresh Every Hour

The theme of the session will I "A Treat That You'll Repeat"
be "The Fellowship of Evangel.(
Sofa Bed That Opens Inio ism". Mrs. Vivian Williams of DINNERS LUNCHES SANDWICHES

Full-Size Bed-2 Table \ 1 SPECIALLY PRICED New Bethel AME Church will I
Lamps-2 Step Tables : \T ONLY open the discussion. jS |
1 Cocktail Table, In Blond or ; SPECIAL SUNDAYKOHSSERIE
I .
Mahogany. Many Colors io Choose Similar ToPicture UNION MEETING IUXD !j


The members of the Southeast I } ,

| $5.00 DOWN BALANCE EZ: TERMS I Bethany Union District of Ministers Baptist the East and Florida Association Deacons and I $1.29 .

IBs Broiled Bar-B-Q
opened their meeting at the St. or

John Baptist Church Green Cove

Springs; from Thursday through oroRorop


135 Broad Street TODAYI( state wide Evangelistic Crusade -
ELgin 3571S Kings Road and Myrtlerage
sponsored by the AME

church win hold a "Loyalty



W k..E"'g Saturday. ur.l..OQ. 1QCQ, THE,FLORIDA STAR.. PaewFlr*

CORNER STONE :d x x t to see our new Spring shoes for p
Ss.l left

Shoes for Boys and Girls
The corner stone of the new
Chronic Disease unit at Brewster i. VELVET STEP
Hospital will be laid Sunday Shoes for Women

April 20, at 3:30 pm with the .
Masons in charge of the cere- CITY CLUB .
monies 'wt Shoes for lien" a
Chairman L.. I. Alexander and !, 1;;;.. .....
hip committee will present a program
that will be in keeping 4 .
,,. 0 9 7 y l\K & PETE lIS
with the activities of the day r f ? o.f
The laying of the corner stone
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is another step forward along SHOE: STRIKE TIO
the lines of progress in Jackson GOODWILL SEWING AND SAVING CIRCLE -Members of the Goodwill Sewing
ville. The new unit is a necessity I'I and Saving Circle who will celebrate their 10th anniversary Monday night in
at Brewster. the Brooks Prayer House at 8:00 p. m. are shown in the photo above. Seated from Cur Broad at Forsyth Est 1901 J2 APPR sW
Deputy Grand 1.Iastertrus\ left are: Mrs. Clara Jones Mrs. Fannie Gardner. Mrs. Lena Oneal M r s. Margaret ITEMS

A tip of the Pepsi Cap Fleming, of the 1.IostVorshipful\ Stubbs. Mrs. Theressa Hall. Mrs. Ida Parker Mrs. Mary Groomes. Standing from left Use the Convenient. FNB Charge Plan F N g
to these. outstanding Union Grand Lodge, Free Masonsof are: Mrs. Pheoba Taylor Mrs. Mollie Grant Mrs. Altamese Lockett, and Mrs. Mabel a PiAll
young Americans who Florida will be in charge and j Cherry. Members not shown are: Jennie Colson. Mrs. Beulah. Ribbon. Mrs. Annie Ed- j for the Entire Family's Shoe Needs!
make our country and he will be assisted by the Masonic j monson and Mrs. Wilhelmina McIntosh. j
our community a better
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place In which to live. craft. I .
The new unit will house chronic

JL a disease patients, and will be
..* '* *- manned by a well trained stall I Shop Cunningham's Tonight 'Ti9/

., who will have special care of the

chronic patients. I

.1I1p Administrator Jack H. Whit- t H&M FOR
Ungton, of Brewster Hospital I
said The new unit will relieve
t the crowded conditions in the 1 1I I

main building and make room for

1 ; t sA ) the many." The applications building is for nearing entrance Giant I//

completion and will be completely STADRD A ) i iI ir irrl" SIZSuperDeluxe

fireproof the administrator an- ,
:av } r.ounced.

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New Stanton Senior high : /
Pepsi Cola Dealers and ax V ,
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Sandra Oliver of the senior

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the Stanto-Musl-Cho, an. .J.
Dual staff and an honor
student. 3
Freeman Family will be
-7"JfIC"lII'f"lII'JIIIi"JIII""JIII"tc *w presented in a grand recital Sunday

'? night at Mt. Pleasant Baptist B
Church (Southside). '
The family holds the distinction -
-tctc H
of being talented throughout
beginning with the father and STANDARD

-tc mother and each one of the /1-: 7-FT. SIZE

C children. They have been: highly

-tcit acclaimed by audiences throughout i U I 79" 1
the city and wherever they .
have appeared.The ,
program will be in keeping Ati''
with the .Easter spirit. Some of
-tc.ac. the numbers to be rendered are: .. 4 ;'j
.. : "Easter Parade," "Peter Cottontail -
-'- -
," "Smile." Holy City," and\ #
New Stanton Senior High "I Belive." !
Members\ of the family are: : '..
n tn.'N' Ry
Warren is a member .
Robert C, Freeman, father; Mrs.
senior class. This young i
iC E. Rhunette Freeman, mother;
man Is the Photo Editorof !
}" Roderick Joseph, Paul Lance
the Yearbook President Keith Leslie Dean,I .,
Raymond '
"7' of the Junior Social club II ? I
sons; Diann Cecelia, Vanorian II wryxf ., /O'Tj,
the s
and a member of I 4"s4\\\
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Stanto-Musl-Cho. Rhunette, Carol Yvette and Barbara ">x /J S"'
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Helen Miss Beverly .
Mangram ,
Taylor, Miss Barbara Flynn and
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Miss Joyce Taylor. The ::4 /''. ..
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't3t 1 Baker Alvin Campbell and Jonathan

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tr will serve as Dean of hostesses
.; kj and hosts. Neal Bland will accompany -f
t the group at the piano i
:Mrs. Alice Barnes and C. Par- iI,
i ham Johnson will also appear on
j the program.

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Pig Six THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday; March 29. 1958I



GOLF TOURNEYTO '102 COMPLETE New Frank Jersey Brown. Elementary New Brunswick.Ed.; I -OPERATION M.fGILBERT 1 BOYLAN-HAVEN

Joan E. Brown. West Palm Bch.. RELEASES MEMBERSThe

BE PLAYEDAT GRADUATIONREQmREMENTS Tallahassee Elementary Elementary Ed.; Rosa Ed.Brown; Patricia t 'COMEBACK a NBA HAS MEET members of the Boylan-

Broxton, Mobile Ala., In- Haven Branch of the Library

dustrial Ed.; Franceana 1.. Bru- Club of America Chapter 220.

BRENTCOOD ton, Miami, Elementary Ed.; The Matthew Gilbert Chapterof I have been released. The club has

I Ezekiel .I fifty-four members.
Burrows Hollywood
y"r New Homemakers of America
Fla. Physical Ed.; Johnnie B.II i I' The honor members of the club
I I TALLAHASSEE hundredand II have selected three persons to are: Joan Barnes Mae Ethel Mi-
The annual Gate City Open Cage Tampa Music; Evelyn M.I
Golf Tournament scheduled for two students completed re- Chance Lauderdale ElementaryEd. I represent the chapter at the 13th zelle Jackie Waters and Lowee

April 3, 4, 5, and 6th at the quiremens for graduation at .; Samuel L.. Cleare. Miami.I # Annual Florida Assn. Conventionfor Waters.
Florida A and 'University at Winners of the
Physical Ed.; George L. Coaxum membership
Brentwood Municipal Golf Course New Homemakers of America.
the end of the firs semester.In Altamonte Fla. Secondary I drive are: Jean Franklin Gwen.
is expected to draw a field of Springs. 4 The convention will be held I
making the announcements dolyn McQueen and Theodosia
Ed. William
100 golfers. This event ; Cummings St.
or more
E. M. Thorpe university registrarsaid from March 27 through the 29, Jones.
I Petersburg Agriculture Ed. Carl
which is staged every year to ;
promote golf is one of the,I "Although the students have I.. Daniels Quincy Political Sci- at Florida A and M University, Miss Mary E. Morse is the
completed the requirements for Tallahassee. sponsor of the club.
richest events in the country for i
I their degrees they would not be ence.Mae
negroes. The cash awards made A. Daniels., West Palm I Deloris Breaker Lou Ann Par-
j conferred until the spring comi
by the officials of the Gate City i mencement exercises. June 2." Beach Fla., Elementary Educa- ,,. "'.er'and Barbara Manuel will be GROUPS OF SINGERS

Open are the largest in the: Students completing require- tion; Freddie L. Dyles, St Petersburg ; the representative to attend this I PRESENTED IN THE

country for professionals. The,|i ments January 30 are listed as: Physical Education.; .. .. affair from Gilebrt and NHA ELKS AUDITORIUMThe
trophy Awards for the amateurs Wallace E. Gretna. Elementary .
| Katie Mae Arnold. Miami Ele- ;
also top the field for those ,who Ed.; Vernice D. Fayson Elementary District V. Debris Breaker a
I mentary ed.; Willie L. Austin
play the game for fun I Education Jacksonville Ken- junior at Gilbert and treasurerfor
I Jacksonville Biology; Major Baisi -
J. E. Hulchins sponser of the neth Ferguson Opa-Locka Fla. the NHA was elected District Famous Swanee Quinteet
i oen Jr., Lake City, Secondary .
event for the past several years I[ Ed.; Sidney J. Bell, Mulberry Sociology; Charles L. Fields .s' V treasurer at the annual : of Agusta and the Gospel Aires
states that preliminary plans I Bronx< New York, Political Be.,
Physical Ed.; Lester A. Black meeing on January 24. Lou Ann of Dayton Ohio will appear in
have been completed to make, Laura R. Fitz Tallahassee Elementary .
Havana Fla., Agriculture Ed:; I 1 Parker a classified sophomore the Elks Auditorium 712 West
this year's tournament as, attrac-i Ed.
1 Loren Bennett Tallahassee Agriculture was elected the Historian for Duval Street. Sunday March 30
tive as those staged during the
: Ed.; Franklin D. Boston Janet Floyd Tallahassee Elementary ... District V. These two students I at 8 o'clock.Tickets .
.., .
past .. --- -
1 Horticulture. Ed.; Walter Frierson, i I -r. -i:: 1 -
Gainesville were selected to attend the state
be secured at the
Practice rounds will be may
playedon i I Marcus D. Boston Tallahassee Perrine Fla., Elementary Ed.; 6 l\1ri. Gwendolyn Randolph Gary Ind., was stricken: with meeting on the basis that they |
the opening day of the tourna-I Animal Husbandry; Willie W.I James Garris :Mananna Elemen-" polio September 1956. She had four children (ages 8, 7, 4, and hold an official position in the usual places and Mrs. Laura
ment which will get underwayon sixth month of None of Jackson sponsor.
14 months) and was in the pregnancy.
I Boyd Brewster. Physical Ed; tcry Ed .; Alfreda Gaskings Fer- district.
vaccine. Thanks to the March of Dimes,
Thursday April 3 at 8 a.m. : the family had Salk
nandina Ed.
The amateurs will play 18 ---------- Beach Elementary ; Mrs. Randolph escaped imprisonment of her iron long. She I Barbara Manuel is a member f

holes of medal play in orderto ; Willie Green, Jacksonville Elementary wears leg brace to support her right leg. But she is back home I of the junior class and vice-presi- CLOTHES LINE
Ed.; Dorothy Greene for her five children all of whom now have had Salk
qualify to flight pairings. RELEASES now caring dent of Gilbert's NHA Chaper.She If you prefer a wire clothesline
West Palm Beach History. i vaccine.Join the March of Dimes TODAY. -
has been selected to attend because of its rigidity, wash it
S Clarence Griffin, Penaacola, I ___
------------ the meeting because of her participation off with a sudsy cloth before each
Be a good "sport". Sponsor 1958 SCHEDULEFOR Chemistry; Claudette Hall, Ft.
and leadership abilitiesin DM and then wipe it dry to
Youth Activities In your Myers Elementary Ed.; George' FLORIDIANS NHA.
community. Hamilton Palmetto Fla., Political'ST. LOUIS CARDS prevent rust on your clean clothes.
These students will ---
FOOTBALL Sc.; Mary Han-ell Lake City,
Elementary Ed.; Eva Jones Harris -' panied by Miss Emma Holly and SAY YOU SAW IT

z Richmond Heights Elemen-COUNTING ON I Nellie DeSue chapter advisor IN TIlEFLORIDA
4 and state
BethuneJCookmanCollege' -has tary Ed.; Norman Harris, :Midway I secretary respectively. STAB

T0OTH completed its 1958 Football Schedule Agriculture Ed.; Jannettee;SAD SAM JONES GREENSBORO, N.C -- Several

which calls for only eight contents Hartley, Jacksonville ElementaryEd. Floridians won awards for out

according to a release from .; standing contributions in NAACP WILSON & SON
ACHE the office of Rudolph G. Matthews John Haugabrook, Coleman, Ac- activities during 1957. at the
I A sound
I Director of Athletics and counting; Hazel C.'Hayes, Tallahassee J recently held Freedom awards
tOCV' SORA4EL I Sad Sam Jones is being counted Quality Shoe Service
Head-Coach. Elementary Ed.; I dinner in Greensboro last week.
on this season by St. Louis Car-
I The Wildcats will play'only two Heard Tallahassee Elementary Winners of merit certificateswere .:-
games on their home grounds but Ed.; James Helper Mulberry In. dinal manager Fred Hutchinson : "The Officers and Members -
ai' the Red Birds plunge deep DYEING AND KEFINISinNO
dustrial Ed Bernice
Florida fans will be able to see ; Henderson I of the Tallahassee Florida
into regular spring training here. ORTHOPEDIC WORK
them in action in Jacksonville and Okeechobee Elementary Ed.; Mag-
: Branch Mr. and Mrs. A. R.Berckman. .
Jones is one of the big 4 ofI ; INVISIBLE SOLES
gie Hicks Tallahassee Elemen- I
LET US BUILD Tampa. Ed. i I the Cardinal pitching staff along Miami; Mr. JohnnieGray
tary James Hill
Coach Matthews announces that ; Bartow -
YOU A BEAUTIFUL Ed. I, with Harry Jackson. Lindy Mc.I Tampa; Mr. Perry Harvey s
Elementary ;
the annual Tilt of the Maroon and !
2 or :3 BEDROOM Gold would return to Tampa and Hamilton Hollins Tallahassee I I Daniel and Vinegar Ben Mizell. Tampa: Mrs. Ruth W. Perry 2935 Myrtle Avenue Telephone: ELgin 4.7025

CONCRETE BLOCKHOUSE will be played on October llth. Fla. :Music; Edith D. Hudson 1 Last season the 6'3" righthanderwon Miami and Father Theodore R. Kenneth S. Wilson. Mgr.
12 and lost 9 for his first Miami.
An additional game will be added Tallahassee Elementary Ed.; Le-
We will take lot tha lies Lake Wales winning year in the big leagues.
a or your I I to the schedule provided an Secondary 1
house In trade. open November date can be filled. Ed.; Dennis Jefferson, Tallahassee He compiled that record despite DEDICATORIALSERVICE

LET US COMPLETE row I The 1958 Schedule: September Phys. Ed.; Altamese Johnson. ; the fact that he was often side.
s Gainesville Elem. Ed. Genevieve I lined with injuries once a liga- SET DR. LEE MANDEL
HOME THAT YOU HAVE ALREADY 27th South Carolina State; Octo ;
STARTED CASH j ber 4th, Florida Normal (Home); D. Johnson, Plant City Cloth. & 'ment in the area of the right AT FRIENDSHIPThe
knee and in the elbow of
WILL BE PAID FOB YOUR October 11th. Morns Brown 20th Textiles; :Margaret Johnson Liv- OPTOMETRIST '

LOT- EASY TERMS Annual Tilt of the Maroon and ingstone Elem. Ed.; his pitching arm.
-:- Eunice Kaigler, Jasper Fla., It is this record that makesI educational building of Announces The
Gold, Phillips Field, Tampa; October Opening Of His OfficesAt
FLA. SUN-SASH 18th Benedict. Columbia S. Music' ; Evelyn Lakes, Miami Ele.I Manager Hutch look forward to the Brunswick Friendship BaptistI

Car.; October 25th Florida A&M Ed.; Wlbert Lawson Mobile Ala.,I at least 15 victories. He bases I I Church will be dedicated in ANEW

CONST. CO. Florida Classic Gator Bowl Jacksonville Secondary Ed.; Erma Lee, Pensa-1! that feeling on Jones' past record: memory of the late Mrs.: Georgia
and 4 the other Smith Jenkins on Sunday at 4 CONVENIENT LOCATION128A
COMPLETE HOMEIMPROVEMENTS : November 1st, Open; c'ola. Phys Ed.; Barbara Logan i on a inning job : '
November Fort Tampa Elem. Ed.; Marilyn Mack, 1 day in spring training against
8th, Valley State : p.m.Rev. West Forsyth Street :-: Jacksonville Florida
: Homecoming (Home); November15th Quincy Elem. Ed.; i! the Cincinnati Red ,Legs. In that !1 J. C. Sams vice president I

7 W. 21st St.-.Just. off Main I Javier University; November -, Thomas Marshall Miami Phys.1 performance, Jones struck out,lot the National Baptist Conven Office ELgin 4.3988 .:- Residence FLanders 9-1809

EL8TJ'J EL 6-8219 I 2rd, Allen University. Ed.; Bennie "Mosley, Tallahassee, 4, allowed 3 hits but no runs. tion of America, president of the

-- I Elem. Ed.; Evelyn Moss Miami, ., There are four Negroes in i'Progressive Baptist' State Con.

_Elem. Ed.; training here with the Cardinals, ,i vention of Florida and pastor of

Forest C. Murphy Jacksonville;! the largst number in the history the First Baptist Church of Jacksonville -

There is no Vodka Art; Trella McHandy West Palm I j: of the organization. Present atj j will be the speaker for LILLY'S DRUG STORE

Beach Elem Ed.; Jerome McKin-, the camp besides Jones are Frank the occassion. II

ney Tallahassee Animal HusbanIdry I Barns anothr pitcher Curtis : Rev. J. P. Allen, the pastor. 1907 Kings Road at Spires

like Gordon's ; Jettie Newkirk Gainesville Flood and Joe Taylor both out Gladiola Club . page 3

.. Secondary Ed.; Charles Newman i fielders,. ", The Gladiola Ladies Literary Where Experienced

Atlanta, Phys Ed.; Corine- B. Observers say this is a far cry Club will sponsor its annual tea h

189 years,of tradition in every bottle! Palmer Quincy Elem. Ed.; James I from the pre-Anheuser-Bus c April 20 from 4 to 6 pm. in, the ,; Pharmacists Your Prescription Prepare Ac-

Perkins Coleman, Fla..SecondaryEd. ownership of the .Cardinals whenno Recreation Center at Third and
I cording to doctor'.
.; George Pierce, Myers Fla., Negro players were either Mt. Hermon Streets. your ,
K Instructions Using
Elementary Ed.; scouted signed or sent to spring The club meeting* was held in only the best quality

Alice Pittman Miami Elem. training. Today the organizationhas the home of Mrs. HL. Hodges recently tirugs.

ROOK Ed.; Jonnie Powell, Tallahassee, approximately 40 Negro ballplayers with Mrs. C. Darrowr. as se '
Elera. Ed.; Charlotte Price Tallahassee scattered throughout the co-hostess.:

Elem. Ed.; David Randolph vast farm system. It is believed Dr.:.U.'EL;Black Pharmacists Dr. W. J. Graham

Tampa. Industrial Arts; that since 1953 when. Gussie -:- -:- -:-
'VODKA Altamese Reddick Tallahassee Busch president of the Card-

fl Elem. Ed.; Jessie Reddick Lloyd) pals and L Anheuser-Busch an. VOTERS MUST A COMPLETE LINE OF:

Fla., Elem. Ed.; Emma Rembert nounced thatplayers would be Cosmetics -:- Rubber Goods -:. Candies .:- Sundries

Petersburg, Pla., Adm. Sup. Maggie .I I judged on te basis of their abilty
Gainesville Elem. Ed. alone so far as the Cardinalswere

Johnnie Robinson, Ocala Music;j!i concerned, that the greatest

Lillie Robinson; Webster Fla., strides were ,made by the Red

MDOf -condary Ed.; Grover Rowe Cocoa .- Birds Ut providing equal oppor BYAUGUST 10

Fla-, History; Nancy Russell; tunities. "

f I West Palm Beach, Elem. Ed.?; Barnes a 30 year old right) lAJOl J frfImlLMl/

Jimmie Ryles, Tallahassee Elem hander was a 12-10 pitcher for TALLAHASSEE Any florida '
Ed.; Grace Seals, Miami, Sociology I Omaha last season and turnedin citizen who hopes to votein I / / r*

NNEOISTIaED I II I! ; Wesley Sheffield Quincy; a good performance Sunday the Nov. 4 general election y tunl r-JLlbcrut f iinnntjSiiii *
I I Ind. Arts; Jeffery Sims Reddick, when he started against the must be registered by :5 pjn.

Fla.; Animal Husbandry; Eugene I,American League champions the Aug. 10, Atty. Gen Richard \srmo; SAvi\

Smith, Homestead, Fla., Business New York Yankees. He allowed Ervin ruled Tuesday.

Adm.; only onV run and that crossed Ervin advised James L. Gnu Our very liberal

w MW.wra.r Mal.lp Laurine Smith. Tampa Elem.i. the plate as he forced one of the ham Jr. attorney for the Sate i iAMn. I earnings are com. Each account Is
c. cr cr I Ed.? Cora- Solomon Madison,i Yankees into.a. double play. of Supervisors that under pounded S e m1- Insured up to

c, Elem. Ed.; Rudolph Stevenson ; Flood and Taylor are both considered the new September primaries I Annually on 1 J: Of. $10,000 b 7 the

.. Kendrick. Fla, Industrial Arts; ) ,at this ,time able to help the registration books must be I ings in this Sa"3 /2-,0 Federal Savings

Caleb Stewart Tallahassee Sot the 1958 team Flood has played closed from :5 pjn. Aug. 10 to I lotion which and Loan Insurance

ciology; Mildred Thompson Peas&cola -' both at third base and center 9 p-m. Nov. 10. chartered and Corporation

>' "",* Elem. Ed; Mallard Walden field. The 20 year old speedsterled Citizens will not be able to I, pervised by the OF DIVIDEND authorized by an

,Thomasville, Ga. Music; and the Carolina: league in hitting register for the general election U. S. Givenunent. act of Cvngrees.kp .

-Clarence Walker, Tallahassee with a'.340 average in 1956 and In November, unless they have I

Agriculture Ed.; Carolyn Wash- last year moved to the South qualified to vote in their party

ington Fort Ogden, Fin, Business Atlantic league where he hit .299, primaries. 1

Ed.: Tommie L. Whipple, Florida the fifth best mark in that The first primary. election Is
I 1! City, Phys. Ed.; Lionel Whitfield league., scheduled for Sept. 9 which

: i Tallahassee Music; James C. During spring training with means that the books must

La' .. the name that makes it better + i\ .Williams Ft. Lauderdale, Ind. the .Cardinals. Flood has shown close on Aug. 10.
Arts; 'S.: E. Williams Jr., Tampa, that he can field with the best The second primary win beheld :
80 AND 100 PROOF 100% NEUTRAL SPIRITS DISTILLED FROM GRAIN History; Marian Wilson, Jackson- of them _and has. good power at on Sept. SO. '

GORDON'S,DRY GIN CO.LTD LINDEN; ft L ville. Sociology. th plate. ..





fi i Week Ending: Saturday March 29. 1958 THE FLORIDA STAR Page Sera

1He, vy weight_Boxing Creates Disgust Among Fans I


I e wr w6 5, a i CV

I I By C. Parham Johnson

f ff

\ +j WITH SPORTS fans all over the nation becoming more

and more disgusted with the heavyweight boxing situation

preparations are going forward with plans for the Zora
C. Parham Johnson
By Folley-Eddie Machen match to be held in San. Francisco'sCow

Palace Wednesday April 9.
EARL ROBINSON, tan basketball and baseball star at '
Cus D'Amato continues his
the University of California has signed a bonus contract personal -
and private fight with Jim tion and the World Champion-
Terms of the contract were
with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
ship committee are beginning to
Norris of the International] Box.
not announced, but Scout Bill Brenzel said it was in "excessof
put a on Patterson.
Oub. Fans have tire pressue
6-1 187 senior hits and uifr grown
$40,000. 21-year-old pound
It will be'
of the long drawn-out affair be- for the best interestof
He the outfield first base and
righthanded. played ,
boxing if the two groups would
believe it is of
cause they more
shortstop last season for the Golden Bears when they won
lay down an ultimatum on the
the NCAA championship. Robinson hit .333 last season and a stall to hold Champion Floyd 1
heavyweight championship situation -
Patterson back from first class
in in 1956 with a .388 He is
led the team batting average. land revive heavyweight box
ineligible this season. He is'now in his senior year. competition. I ing interest in America.D'Amato's .
MAURICE STOKES, the bife .. Never before in the history of
fight with the Inter
husky professional basketball star" player of all time. Bill retrieved I I f' x boxing has a heavyweight champion .
national Boxing Club is of no
of the Cincinnati Royals is still surpass the mark of 1.256 'set by gone so long without defending
interest to boxing fans. The
critically ill in Covington, Ky's8t. Cincinnati's Maurice Stokes last his championship againstone
country wants action.Vlll Pat
Elizabeth Hospital after he season. He also averaged 22.7 per top notch challenger.The ,
I terson defend his crown?
was striken on an airplane on I game topping the 147.4 averaged big question is whether or

his way home. Doctors are stir I turned in by Stokes during the not Cus will consider a match

baffled over, the cause or what I I 1956-57 campaign.JOE between Patterson and the win- FAMU RELEASES
the ailment is. Doctors are keeping I CAFFIE who hit .530 for .4 ner of the Folley-Machen match.

a vigilant watch over Stokesin I the Buffalo Bisons last season to Machen has been one of the coun
MAKING A STRONG BID The St. Louis Cardinals
opened spring training
trying to solve the mysterious capture" the International League try's most active and brilliant
ailment. batting crown was called up for with the largest number of Negro players {n history of the team. bidding for positionson fighters. Many of the critics have TRACK SLATETALLAMASSEBFlorlda
the team. The four tan hopefuls shown in the pioeure from left are: Frank Barnes
the 1958 season by the Cleveland labeled him a champion .
DR. FORREST C. (PHOG) back picher; Curtis Flood outfielder up' from Savannah of the South Atlantic League: Sam A&M
indians. Caf fie has been sent a heavyweight be has
ALLEN, former coach at Kansas to the minors by the Indians. The Jones a regular from last years team and one of the best pitchers in the National record of 24 wins, 16 a perfect by University's cindermen will parti-

University said during the NCAA fleetfooted outfielder appeared to League and Joe Taylor an outfielder. knockout cipate in five meets this Spring

playoffs that Oscar Robertson according to track coach Pete
be a sure bet to stick with the
one of the tan All, erie&ns of Indians will'have to make another THE CLEVELAND INDIANSare .HARRISON DU LARD, Olympic GENE FULLMER'S Policy appears to be the second Griffin.

1958 is the greatest players for, tryatit. keeping a close watch on pitcher sprint and hurdles championhas I man behind Machen for a shot The SIAC champions will open
his size that I have ever seen after i been called on by Manager MANAGER SAYS HE at the heavyweight crown Ma the 1958> season here in the Florida -
Jim (Mudcat) Grant the big
the 6-5 star bucketed a record I MANAGER BIRDIE TEBBETS Bobby Bragan of the Cleveland WILL SUE I.B.C chen is considered a lighter pun- A and M Relays, March 29.
56 points for Cincinnati University. o f the Cincinnati Redlegs is Negro pitcher who won 18 games Indians to give the players run. cher than Policy but a much better i The trackmen will be defending

counting very heavily on his tan for San Diego Grant is still under ning )lessons. Dillard, the tan CHICAGO-Marvin Jenson, ma- fighter. It is believed that champions of the Alabama State

TIlE FLORIDA STAR takes; players to help push the team off contract with San Diego, but track star is a member of the of Gene Fullmer the man Folley will be a good man to I Relays, the field division of the
I nager
this opportunity to express congratulations to a good start in the 1958 campaign it is the belief of many baseball Indians front office staff. He has I send in against Patterson.The I Tuskeegee Institute Relays and

to Coach J. B. McLcndon -I Added to his list of stars big wigs that "Mudcat" can make I won sprint and hurdles medals i iI Sugar Ray knocked oat III the National Boxing Associa Carnival and the conference meet.
and his Tennessee State are pitcher John Ivory Smith, who fifth round in the Chicago Stadium
I I in two trips to the Olympics.
cagers on winning the NAIA cage I moved up from Savannah,.Georgia- the jump to the majors with Eragan said he got the idea in last May to regain the mid
title for the second time In two: in the South Atlantic League Cleveland I 'I.
Cuba last winter watching! Cuban dleweight crown has threatenedto -Noiv
years. Tennessee State Is the!-where he posted a: record of 11 I \
t MANAGER JOE JUST of the Olympic track coach Randal Ruiz sue the International Boxing Opell
second team to win the title for won and 9 lost and an earned run I
I Jacksomille Braves has not said work with baseball players. Club for $1,000,000.
two straight years in the history average of 2.98 which was one of I
to the fans what Mickey Owens j LARRY JACKSON, of the St. the
Jenson said he would sue
the most in the Lea. .
of the NAIA cage tourna. I impressive .
"If I can't win
said last ,
ment. They defeated unbeaten i season I! Louis Cardinals stands a fine i IBC on breach of contract charge
I i iI
I have then I uillresign.
with the team
Western Illinois (winner of 27 TONY ANTHONY dimed all ." true to his I! chance of becoming a starter this : contending it promised Fullmer a
Mickey was I i shot at Basilio's crown instead of
straight) 8573. hopes of Yvon Durelle for a title word. lie didn't win and he didresign. I I year. He started 22 games last ]! PALMS
Robinson chance to
JOHN GREEN, the tan star of shot that is now held by Archie It seems that Just Is determined -, season for the Cardinals, but was j i giving a re-
gain the title. He said
the Michlgn State University Moore. Durelle was the No. 2 to take what he will used frequently as a reliever. He
I withdraw the suit if Fullmer is
basketball team was named the light heavyweight and Anthony best he with. will join Sad Sam Jones as the i
base and do the can chance at the title. OF JAfKSONVII.I..E
given a ,
most valuable player. He led the was the No. 3. Tony was awardedhis I it. Like all managers, he has a I second tan starter with the club. I i

Spartans to a 16-6 season. The 24th knockout in 31 victories desire to win, but he has expressed General :Manager Andy Devine :: i (FORMERLY THE 2-SPOT
23-year-old 6 foot 5 inch star when the referee'stopped the 1! no desire to walk out when the said he believes Jackson is ready. I I

was the leader in rebounding bya '' fight.; Durelle fought Anthony to going gets rough. THE ROOSEVELT THEATERwill I I.,II Admission 75c Monday Thru Thursday
wide margin of 392. Green was 1' a draw last June and Anthony carry the middleweight cham- Your '

the unanmous choce of the play.I was kayoed by the light heavy- THE GATE CITY OPEN GOLF pionship fight between Sugar Ray. DANCING NIGHTLY

ere on the Spartan team. What a weight champ Archie loorelast TOURNAMENT is all set for Robinson and Carmen Basilio i LuckvNumbers

season it has been for tan basket September I April 3, 4, 5, and 6 for Brentwood straight from ringside. The 3.50

ball players, both collegiate and HENRY (Hank) THOMPSON Municipal Golf Course. Many na- | charged to see it is much cheaper i

professional.BILL former New York Giants baseball tionally known golfers, professionals and puts the viewers much

RUSSELL, of the Boston star quit baSeball and is now'a and amateurs will be compe- closer to the fight than many THE

Celtics had the greatest season in bartender on Broadway accordingto ting for the cash prizes and the who are paying much higher

basketball in 1958 'he has had reports from reliable sources. trophies that will be awarded. prices at ringside
Lucky Days, Lucky Colors MIDNIGHTERS
since he joined the professionalranks. : Baseball fans remember Hank THE PHILADELPHIA PHIL

He smashed every rebound as on of the trio that 'formed an LIES will start the season with I I BY ASTROLOGY

record for a single game and season all tan outfield for the Giants at Charlie Harmon one of the best I I In Your WeeklyHOROSCOPE

to become the National Bas-, one time with Willie Mays and I and most versatile performers In 19-37-49 GUIDE Plus

ketball Association's top defense I Monte Irvin. He was also brilliantat i' the business and Chlco Fernandez -I Seed $2.00 for your Horoscope -

1,564 rebounds for the season to I third base for the same team. i i Fernandez came to the Phil- 233 10 229 Guide with lucky numbers -.

( lies from the Brooklyn Dodgers lucky days lucky colors. CAL GREENAND
and Harmon from the St. Louis Watch This Clown Enclose a stamped envelope.
Cardinals. Another promising tan

I 1 I prospect Is Frank Herrea, who HIS ORCHESTRA
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rrnoka1ikeiI played first base last season for 1 .1.

I I! the Miami Marlins. Herrea like 1 7
In and MaO to:
Fernandez is a Cuban.CONGRATULATIONS -


venturing into track and field O. Box 73tJacksonville
63 77 59
games. It is the desire of all 1, Fla.' Teenage MatineeSUNDAY
VODKA sports! lovers to see the Kings 174-08-358 .

i Road school rise into the lime- Sometimes He's up Name .......................

...the name that makes.it'better light of athletics. There are fond Sometime tttfm down ADDRESS .................. 4 TO 7 P. M.
memories of many who knew the Be adds subtracts

1 days when Edward- Waters was He w.rk It aD around Qty State .................. ,
among the top in sports. Coming Attraction's Birthday ....................
Smooth Sailing Until We Meet .

Again. 18-2s.-04 month it day . . . 50c
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GUE is well represented in the

VODKA major leagues in Spring training

tih drills with sixteen candidates try- -Regular Jam: SessionSunday

..;... ing to make it. The men In the
camps are second baseman Mel

..i.. Roach and Outfielder Lee Maye Night From 9 P. M. Until
Jacksonville; pitchers John Ivory 0f

Smith and Ken Hemmel. catcher
i -:- -:-
Haven Schmidt third, baseman .

Curt Flood and Outfielder Buddy

Gilbert. Savannah; pitcher Jerry COMING NEXT WEEK!

Cade Macon pitchers Jim Archer
; t+etrt bmt we
John Fischer Milt Pappas and
tlISTitiED I outfielder Leo Burke, Savannah;

pitchers Ron Rozman James Brady
and first baseman Kent Had- ROY BROWNNOBLE

ca ley Augusta and pitcher Garland
'" Shifflet. Charlotte. t
cr cr, ,r ..,. WITH -

t. I WENDELL SMITH, boxing expert -

for the Chicago American : N"III ... fist tor wt6 t e WATTS' .

dally., newspaper has been com.

missioned .to- do the between L .
i rounds commentary during the

L Carmen BasBio-Sogat Bay Rafcm.

.189 years of tradition son middleweight championship ;r, -:-

fight,March ..A- Smith, .a,leading
/a every bottle 1E ports writer for tha. American '-VISIT .
mad one of,the few colored on the ,- '

ataft wffl ba the first Nero ever LEROY HOLLEY'S DRIVE-IN BAR- B QUE
AND 100< PROOf .. 100JS'ftEUTIM.SPlIJTS$ HST1U FROM GRAM to broadcast 'a-maJor' bog ..,.'. r-;" .
-. IOI8Oft'f( ORr fink CQ.ITQ;Uit9O11U.; erect fa the TJoHed States.' > ------ -

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Eight THE FLORIDA STAB Week Ending Saturday. March 29 1958

The Easter Holidays will beginat I .- .__m __._ .......__ :\<" ." '
5 p.m. Thursday, April 3, 1958 -1",a n
for students and faculty membersof .
Florida A and M University.I .:: .
Classes' will resume on Tuesday .
April 8, 1958 at 8 a.m. -
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ANOTHER MILESTONE Another milestone was reached this week as

-:- MASONRY-- the "Pepsi Teen Time" Show rounded out two years of presentations. The
HOMES shows have been staged at the Strand Theatre except for a brief period
-:- -:-
when it went to the Wilder Park Recreation Center and have been broadcastover

Built on our lot. Reason- Station WRHC each Saturday morning from 10:45 to 11:45 a.m. The showis \ ,..
able down payment. E-Z sponsored by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company of Jacksonville and the % k
makers of Pepsi Cola as part of a policy to provide wholesome entertainment r :M
terms as low as $49.50 per for and white well talented \ @ti.x .i.
Negro youth as as to give youngsters an av.5.51L. a \ +5 1 'S
month. opportunity to develop their talents.In .
: : -: addition each week the sponsors of the Show presents Pepsi-Cola Merit
EL 6.2957 FL 9.3822 Awards to youngsters who .show outstanding ability for leadership or are
making some kind of worthwhile contribution. Pictures of the award win .
ners appear in the FLORIDA STAR. (See page 5)). : :
Some of the talented teen-agers appearing on the Pepsi-Teen show are
First shown in the above photos. A group known as "The Revelons" are shown in
Ron! the upper left photo displaying their talents: left to right Gloria Darby. Celes- r v\ ?a
tine Brown. Richard Williams. Betty Jean Moore and Betty Lou Williams.
STARTS SUNDAY Upper left insert shows a visitor to the Teen Show. Gaylord Rolle field
representative of the Johnson Publishing Company.
Center photo shows another talented group "The Master Rainbows". Leftto
'. Brothers with Guns"who right: Norman Monroe George Lloyd Lillie Wilson George Royal and s q
_.. Willie Green. ,,
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-- 1 Upper right photo: Jessie Ferguson local disc jockey and emcee of the
1(. DiJJ[!! : Teen Show is seen here with the love.ly Theresa Mackey the "PepsiColaGirl" !

I /f telling the teens the enjoyment of drinking Pepsi-Cola.. _
-& It: /I In tho lower right photo are seen a group of teens taking a break from the r ::3
i--he U'=:_/ .:;:::.--= activities to enjoy a refreshing drink of Pepsi-Cola: left to right: Don Dixon.
.. eo:;:.....'. Matthew W. Gilbert School: Gloria Young. New Stanton High: Annette Love
rC' Isaiah Blocker: Clarence Davis. 45th St reet School: Loretta Young. Isaiah Blocker -
I n f s I I School; and Franklin Bennett. Matthew W. Gilbert School. +r. _
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NEW HOMES Speech and Drama Associationwill SCHOOL SLATES Living Room Sofa and Chair Modern furnished room. Couples RINGWORM-DANBRIirF"
I hold its state confab at" Complete with slip covers 5 i only. Hot and told wafer. Nice SUFFERERS
SOUTH SIDES Florida A and M University on BIRTHDAY TEA piece Blond Oak Bedroom Suit I! location EL 5.1786.
!DaY turTLE HAL.
BEDROOMS & BATH April 20-22, 1958.FLASHI Complete with Box Springsand i TCTTtt.LCI D&A5.*DIGVORMO*OTKU MNMarT.KW
FROM M-G M Forest Park School 01.KALf&aAI r"T6:NS. rfMSULAM TILL AT.
Elementary Mattress International roaD TRANSITOBT
corner Forest and Goodwin Harvester Refrigerator-Freez.er ROOM FOR RENT AND ITCHING. ASK TOUR DOCTO*. DfcQQOn
EL 6-2957 or FL 9-3822 JCAtmOAH OK IAUCK ABOWT rOXJlAM._
RO8ERT TAYOR[ FLASH!! Ii Streets will hold its Fourth.Anniversary Compartment Automatic Modern furnished room and kit

Blow-By-Blow Films Tea, Sunday in the Defroster Will Sell Cheap chen. $12.50 per week. Fur. 7fiuJa. fin
JUUE [ONDON school's cafetorium from 4 to 6I I Leaving the City Phone EX-,I fished room for single men.
FOR YOURDRIVER'S SENSATIONALBLOODY I brook 8.9874.STRAND. $-I.O'r: week EL 5-1109. -...........Sad.. -VP.......
LICENSESOr S. L. Badger, pastor of
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THE CROOK WHO i- iin '"* Learning To Drive ROBINSONBASILIO- Emanuel Baptist Church wll be -:- MIDNITE TONITE -:- STRAND
?. A COMMANDO : the principal speaker and Miss '
Edythe Quick an alumna of
\ 1134 West 5th Street
: "d March SO 5
ALL WEEK Forest Park and a senior honor March 30-31-April 1st
ELgln 44)639) student at James Weldon John- -HOLY- -WEEK---- -SPECIAL- -I Ii 2 BRAND NEW THRILLERS!

\ --.uRRyats GEORGE L. PERFENA, Dir. HSTRAND son School will be the featured -- .- -
I soloist. i __ I KIA:' '-Ihay traAWups for a stab with the G-MEN/!
The public is invited. .
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