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Title:
Florida star ( Jacksonville, FL)
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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30.31944 x -81.66

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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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To Call For Accountingt Shot Down In Road -.-------
CampLAKE I POLIO FIGHTERS Shown her are members of the' planning committee for the Negro Divls ia .
of Ib 1956 March of Dimes Campaign. planning session was conducted last Wednesday morning in

New Stanton High SchooL Sealed are. left to right: William T. Harper. Mrs. Hatty J. Dix. Arthur C. _I
BY STAFF CORRESPONDENT CITY- Augustus Jones, a 23- ar-dd Jacksonville man !Madry. Charles D. Bracks. Mrs. Hortense Gray: (standing) Miss Louyenia Solomon. Edwin Matlhewi,;'

What could well be one of the biggest showdowns in Florida serving a prison sentence for armed robbery was shot down in the .Miss Luretia Harvey Elwood Banks. Mrs. Myrtis King. R. F. Roberts Mrs. Emma Coles. W. E. Hen

Masonic circles seems to be brewing and the origin of this prison barracks by ,a camp clerk last Tuesday. Jan. 3. ,derson. Mrs. Lucile'Butler and Mrs. Meltonia LLly.

,fraternal hurricane which is moving through the State is Jackson Jones was killed at the Lake j
, ville. City State Road Camp where he

.lk-gt aF-ot Masons who have was sentenced to serve a 25-year 'Rezoiiig Meet Students Balk Paving Of Myrtle Avenue 1
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branded theoaselves: as the "Cru- The list of -grievances and de- term in 1954. I
'aaders" for the expressed purpose .nands will be placed before the The excuse given by road camp Jim raniArt'CIed ;
rectifying certain deplorable conditions -Grant Master, in 4 few days anda official for killing Jones is that FirFleradaleSefFirJauUI

- -In' the 'jurisdiction 'and eom ieporl-will: bs pubtisb- he.attacked.Capt-M.' -L.. Staley '- 72 Listed By Loa Ritter i
.building, ,a more wholesome and ed in nextiveek'i'FloridIStar" the camp: -boss. .t i
progressive. fraternity have an- Stalvey said he was summoned
nouncel that they will place before to the prison barrack because
the Most Worshipful Grand YoMlhs Wouied Jones refused to get out of bad A petition for rescuing of an NEW ORLEANS Police last I Jaxons will welcome the news that Lou Ritter. Commissioner of

'Master, C. H. Henry a list of and'go to work that morning.. area in Floradale will come'upbefore Thursday arrested 72 Negro basketball -Highways and Sewers, has made a move to keep some of his campaign I
grievances.It Gill He said he ordered Jones to get the Board of Commissioners fans after a' disturbance promises to relieve street and drainage conditions in the
By Discharge up and the prisoner grabbed a on Wednesday. Jan. 11.atlp.m. involving segregation of a public I colored .areas.
is believed that one of the
Ritter last announcedthe
and him. Thursday i
board hitting
began ? bus.It
demands that will be placed before Two youths suffered minor gunshot G. L. Starling, the camp clerk,I I A number of Fiends resi- is reported that a group of launching of a $3:>0,000 street,Whitner Street from Prince St
the Sanford of '
potentate wounds from the same bullet rushed inside and, when Jones* dents at an earlier hearing university students removed a and sewer improvement program to Kings Road; Dora Street from
Florida Masons will be a call for when a .33 revolver was dis- continued the attack shot the'' which was deferred registered sign separating the white snd Ne- which) will include paving of Park to Spruce Street; Spruce St.

an accounting of Masonic funds charged accidentally on. New man, Stalvey said. | protests against the rezoning gro passenger section on a public Myrtle Avenue from 8th Street to from Dora Street to Myrtle Ave.;
estimated at over $100,000. Year's Day.Victims A coroner's jury called by under "Business' B" of the area ,bus and hooted' at the white 23th Street. Van Wert Avenue from Herschel

Other questions will deal with'I of the freak shootingwere County Judge G. A. Buie ruled on 45th Street between Mays driver when he asked them to Editor's Note Paving of Street to St. Johns Avenue.
the Grand Master's authority in' Street and Cleveland Road. leave it in place.A : Belair Road in Belair Subdivision -
Daniel Evans, 18,of 2817 Lee Starling acted in the proper man- Avenue and Monaief
Myrtle
making appointments to high "in Petitions protesting resoning 17-year-old Dillard University to Philips Highway Jerusa-
Street and Sylvester Miller 16, of ner the defense of his superior Road is one of the projects for ;
offices connected with finances 2729 Davis Street. Evans suffereda officer. of the Floradale area were circulated student was charged with inciting which the "Florida Star- lem Street from Kings Avenue to

and records. I I leg wound and Miller was hit in aitcrit was pointed out a riot in addition to dis- campaigned vigorously.In White Street and Woodmont St,
Many of the grievances that the big toe. that such manning could: leadto turbing the peace. The 71 other from Rockmount to Springmont
will be placed before the Masonic I I Police investigation disclosed Young Schoolboy the issuance of liquor licenses persons were booked for disturb- a statement la the "Flor Street.

head represent conditions over that Theodore Jennings, a well- for the sale of liquor in ing the peace by being laud and ida StarBiller promised last
which Masons throughout the known Jason, who operates a Gashed In Fight the neighborhood. A spokesman boisterous. All but the Dillard I year that if elected to the post
state have expressed discontentfor store at 2738 Davis Street pickedup for a naighbtxhool organisation student Fanny Carver were of Highway Commissioner he Court OrdersIniegraliDn
The condi- said that the sale paroled. would work to bring about
number'of
a years. a pistol from atop a safe under
tions are seen as the reason for the counter to move it out of the An 11-year-old schoolboy was of liquor ,Dean the Floradale Officers said the students, most such improvements. Jackson-
the demoralization in the Masonic way. In the procedure ,the gun among the patients treated at area is undesirable,in a,com of them men, had attended a basketball villa Negro citizens heeded t-
family. discharged sending a bullet thru Duval Medical Center for injuries munity where decent citizens: game between Xavier the announcement in the YIn

The Crusaders have requestedthat the counter through the leg of sustained on Jan. 1, 1956. are buying costly homes and University and Dillard, both Ne- "Star" and gave Ritter a Tennessee

Henry furnish them with a Evans and then finally through Freddie Lee Roberts of 911 striving to rear their children gro colleges.The plurality over his opponent.

list of the lodges and their respective Sylvester Miller's big toe. Madison Street suffered a cut on :In a wholesome atmosphere. bus driver, Francis Roux, Jaxons are now hoping that
masters which has long The injured youths were takento the left jaw, when, according to Residents of Flaradale arebeing 36, said he and one white passen- in the near future move will KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Federal
been kept virtually a secret from Brewster Hospital by Jenningsfor the youngster he tried to part a urged by the community ger, James J. Serpas, were the be made to relieve the situation Judge Robert L. Taylor Wednes-
others outside the Inner circle." treatment. No.charges were fight between his sister and an :organisation to attend ihc only persons on the bus when the on Moncritf Road from day ordered white public schools
in Anderson
Jan. 11. Negro students streamed aboard. 8th Street to the end of the County, which con-
An announcement has been brought against Jennings. unknown boy. In his attempt he hearing on Wednesday.
issued by the Crusaders asking Officers B. W. Kendall and H. was cut with a broken bottle. .and register their disapproval Roux said one of the group removed dty limits. tains the atomic city of Oak Ridgeto
af the proposed rnoJ Dg. tte wooden sign separating accept Negro students begin-
that no Blue Lodges make any Hartley with Sgts. C. W. Heath Next Thursday the commission ning next fall.

further contributions until given and O. A. Johnson investigatedthe Railroad Abandons and the then white the and group Negro satan sections will open bids on four major Taylor said "desegregation of

the okay by the group. incident. I Segregated Waiting over the bus." street improvement projects.Theyare high school students should be
the paving of St. Johns Avenue effected by a definite date and
Jax Woman CiiiByLocalkoodhum Under a rule of the New Or-
Rooms In Atlanta from Dancy Street to-Talbot fixed not later than the beginning
leans,Public Service Inc. the dividing -
Ike Urges. Investigation sign must re-nain in place Avenue; King Street from Park to of the fall term of Jhe
WASHINGTON Segregated if there is one white passenger College Street; First Street from present year of 1956."
waiting rooms for interstate rail Main to Ionia Street and Myrtle An
order backing up the memorandum -
--- and Negroes must sit behind the
assengers at the Atlanta, Ga., Avenue from Eighth Street to Taylor said, will be issued -
Of Violations A 24-year-old woman, Marie
Rights terminal station have been abol- sign.Roux 26th Street. later. His ended
memo a
Bailey of 932 Davis Street was the said he tried to keep the I
Sled in compliance with an victim of a razor blade cuttinglast Negroes from moving the sign but I I In connection with these con- court fight of more than four ,

Interstate Commerce Commissionrder Monday,Jan. 1,when she was his order brought only cat-calls r(tracts, flitter said, city forces will years by the NAACP to open
WASHINGTON-President EIsenhower called oa Congress lastThursday a spokesman for the Southern attacked in a robbery attempt. and jeers from the basketball i'commence the construction of Anderson County schools to Ne-
I I
to set cp a bipartisan commission to investigate alleged Railway system said Thurs The young woman told police fans. I drainage of First Street and Myr- groes.

violations of civil rights. day. she was walking in the 600 blockof H* stepped the bus and telephoned -I tle Avenue. Drainage also will
In his State of the Union mes- gress," Eisenhower said.It Is Signs ,designating white and Madison Street when a man his supervisor who called|Abe installed on, Talleyrand Ave-
sage the President said, "It is disturbing hoped that such commission will Negro waiting rooms for inter- called ""Cassanovawhose addressis police. nue from Eighth Street to the Negro Boycott

that in some localities be established promptly so that it state passengers have been re- unknown, '''tried to take her Officers said there was a "general railroad.
legations persist that Negro citi- may arrive at findings which can moved, the spokesman said. undertaken by
money. When she resisted he cutter disturbance" aboard the bus Repaying to be
Hurts
zens are being deprived of their receive early consideration." He told a reporter, however : several times on the left ann. when they arrived but no vio- the highway forces includes: Bus liie
and likewise Asserting that discriminationand that a sign designating a separate
right to vote are ,
lence.
The victim was taken to Duval Forty-fourth Street from Pearl
have been all but waiting for Negro intrastate
unwarranted segregation room
being subjected to Medical Center by police car. Of- Five patrol wagons carried the,Street to Norwood: Avenue; Ava- MONTGOMERY. Ala. In
executive will be erected short-
eliminated in the passengers
economic pressures. ficers J.Doe and F. Mack answer- passengers to district headquarters Street. from Crestwood Streetto a plea for temporary doublingof
lIon
branch of the government the ly to comply with Georgia laws.
Pinpointed
Not ed the call. where they were booked and North Sore! Drive; Glencarin bus fares a spokesman for
The President did not name any President said: The official admitted that dis- later released in the of
custody Street from Norwood Avenue to the Montgomery City Linessaid
specific localities but it is known "We must expand this effort*on tinguishing between intrastateand Dr. Albert W. Dent, president of Daleford Avenue. Wednesday "we cannot
that the NAACP and other groups every front. We must strive to interstate passengers wouldbe In Bed
Wrong
Naps Dillard University. Bennett Street from Moody to continue to operat'wUh re-
dis- have judged and a problem. Specific details onoperation
have been protesting alleged every person
criminations against the Negro in measured by what he is, rather of the new waiting Jaxon Gets BeatingJohn Wigmore Street;Bliss Street from ducel payloads resulting from
bedroom at 1111 East 1st Street. Wigmore to Lindrose Street; 17th a racial boycott.As
certain Southern states, particu- than by his color, race or religion. room setup apparently remainedto *
There will be recommended be worked out. Wright 42, of Court J discovered But it was not long before he Street from Phoenix Avenue to the boycott by Negroes
larly North Carolina Mississippiand soon
G urrgia. to the Congress a program furtherto The terminal is used by the somewhat painfully that was awakened by blows to the j i Franklin Street\ ; Venus Street entered Us fifth week the bus

"I recommend that the substance advance the effort of the government Southern, Atlanta and West he had picked the wrong bed in head with a chair being swung bya from 18th to 21st Street. company requested the City
of these charges be thoroughly within the area of fed- Point Central of Georgia and which to take a nap. man known as Tom who lives Seventh Street from Franklinto Commission t o temporarilyraise
examined by a bipartisan eral responsibility to accomplish!Seaboard railroads. It is owned Last Sunda? Dec. 31. Wright downstairs. Wright said that Tom Haines Street; Flagg Street fares from 10 to 23 cents.

commission created by the Con these objectives." I by the first three. lay his head down to sleep in a threw him out after beating him. from Kings Road to South End;I,






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.' MANY TIMES THAT :: ( NEWS EDITOR)
Media" AU...: ,
f. O. Bex 561 Ja luo.Tlile 1, ,..... IT CANT HAPPEN NEW YORK. N. Y. Powerful economic sanctions are being

43 *... SHeeff Jeckswltle. Fieri. ** PHONE KGIM 43771 HERE -50 WHATARETOUV0RRY taken against Negroes who signed petitions asking for an end to
segregation in schools in Yaioo
City.
... Mississippi according to a
talc a. SIMPSON _. Mwgi.g law
? Mississippi newsman writing in THE REPORTER
maoazin
Le.., "SpikeWeaU..a.e. -...._ Nose Ufte I 'ING ABOUT BOY. David Halber- --- ----

c. Pcf M. ........ Nose Staff
stam reporteron rowing money from friends and
Member of Associated Negro Fran the West
barely eking out an existence."In .
Point (Mississippi
Yazoo City the racial
THE FLORIDA STAB STANDS FOil breach
) Daily
is constantly widening," Halber
1. FlMBMfi.
Nebo
Times Leader.
\ L a .. stam writes. "Neither race is will-
2. MOT Neqro PoBc Officer. describes the
'Y.
3SqrKid, Con for the Negro PcHc present situa- ing to work for mutual goals at
this
4. Mar md Better Schools and Speeding Up cf &. c tW ( tion in Yazoo point.Halberstam quotesthe
Battdtag Program.Wkii chairman of the Yazoo City
City, one of
Citizens
Council
as saying. "I
five Mississippi I
think integration is wrong ,
cities selected by the National fhis is a real problem, one which
Price HcnesI I Negro Leaders Association for the Advancementof
a.t might have been worked by time
Colored People as targets for itself
I -but the NAACP has step-

(Reprinted from The Carolina Times) I Court's implementing desegregation the Supreme decision. ped in before time."I .

don't think you can legislate
< The death of Dr. F. D. Bluford, president of A. and T. According to Halberstam the so completely against custom as
removed from the field of educa ;basis for opposition to NAACP have
College, on December 23, they in this instanceThat's
tion in North Carolina one of the most outstanding person- i action is being furnished by recently why the people here are doing

alities of our time. This newspaper could not always see eye organized Citir- ', Councils things they don't want to do,

to eye with Dr. Bluford on certain issues as they affect theNegro -- dedicated to maintain segregation. Jungs they don't approve of .

race in this country. However, we never lost sight of \ Names of the signers of the This is a sad thing, but it's

the fact that under his leadership A. and T. College had be- NAACP petition were listed in .really what we feel is our only

come one of the largest and most outstanding educational the Yazoo City newspaper and I means of protection.."

institutions of its kind in the nation devoted entirely to the s reprinted in a large advertisement Since the petition incident.
paid for by the Councils. Halber
education of Negroes. NAACP membership in Yazoo
For 30 long years he stood at the helm of A. and T. Col- stam reports and it was about City has fallen from about 200 to

lege, guiding its destiny and planning its future. Thirty yearsis L\ : \ that time that firings and boycotts 55. Halberstam says. The NAACP

a long time for any Negro leader in the South to be began. chapter in Yaxoo City has been

shouldered with the responsibility of the presidency of an "Either white men would firea organized since 1943. but the petition

educational institution that is dependent almost entirely on Negro worker immediately! or is th. first specific action it
"But It Is Happening Now But Under New Name" a Negro would lose his job after
the state for its financial support. Often behind the scenes a has ever taken.

maneuvers have to be made, and battles have to be fought another white man visited an employer The treasurer of the Yazoo City

with narrow-minded white southern members of trustee i and suggested that a peri i NAACP who is planning to move,

boards, battles that are trying to the soul of any selfrespecting 1 frustrations which can very well tion signer be fired*' he says. told Halberstam, "I signed that

Negro as well as challenging to his manhood.Dr. ensue as a result of misplace Although many Negroes removed petition because I felt I was work

Bluford took over the helm of A. and T. College whenit Your WeeklyHoroscope dconfidences, bad judgment, and their names from the list, ing for freedom. I don't feel free
the attitudes of in their jobs were not restored, according -
had only about 200 students and eight buildings. During his people your .now. A man has a right to be a
administration he saw the student body grow to approximately Guide_ immediate environment. This per to Halberstam who reports first-class citizen and sign any.

3,000 and its physical plant increase to 35 buildings valuedat iod shows that long-term affairsare that 14 signers have left thing he thinks is right without
soon to come to a conclusion, town.and others are planning to "
$12 million. It takes no ordinary Negro to being threatened.
approximately
Which Are Your Lucky Days For and that family or property mat- go. Only those whose incomes
pry that kind of money out of white southerners for Negro The future of Yazoo City is unpredictable -
ters will take come exclusively from the Negro
education and at ,the same time retain his self-respect and Business Love Travel on added import : Halberstam says. The
Force issues section of town can continue a
ance. while
no you
the respect of his own people. President of the Citizens Council
PABLO The ASTROLOGER have the odds against you, or if normal living, he says and. adds I
This newspaper has learned from a reliable source that By said "If people leave us alone I
just a hw-months before'his death Dr. Bluford had fought your emotional reactions over- that most of the signers are bor- think the people here will back
1
off the onslaughts of both the governor and the attorney- I. ARIES i binding, until you receive the whelm your reasoning powers. harbor have to be built on realities down and get their feet on the

general of this state which tried to force him to come out forthe II. March 19 thru April 19 benefit of competent or professional Have fun rather than shutting and with the understandingthat ground and work on their own

governor's unholy "voluntary segregation scheme. When II.&m January 9th to 15th advice. I yourself sion. away for a worry ses- it will take hard work on problems. But otherwise for every

vice consider that at the age of 73 Dr. Bluford stood his groundand I No matter how tempting it maybe 5-60-77-13-92-304 your part, and considerable time, amount of action, I'm afraid there

refused to do the governor's and the Attorney General's I to join those. who may be riding 420111374242SCORPIO to realize them fully. will be a lot of reaction."

bidding, we are forced to pay the-highest tribute to him for I the speculative waves, it CANCER 1-70-77-91-18-711 The local NAACP President,

having such moral courage. That Dr. Bluford refused to Pay would be much wiser to wait and Bern Jun. 22 thru July-22 who is staying in Yazoo City

such a horrible price for the governor's and the attorney I see what the future has to offer. Another rather difficult week in Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 PISCES said, "We believe there can be

general's friendship is a tribute to his manhood and leader- Seek the counsels of your trusted prospect makes it advisable for Finances are slated to claim the Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 integration in school;..Jftrrfc-Jn_

ship...The ordeal of the incident no doubt contributed to his friends or professional advisors, you to gain the understanding and spotlight this week not necessar- If you put ambition over friendship three or four years, maybe soon-

and take any steps that will add whole-hearted cooperation of pour ily because you wish it so, but or other human ties you can er, and I think the Negroes here

death.Someday white leaders hi the South are going to discover ) to tour knowledge abilities and mate and other key associates. because of unavoidable develop- expect the ensuing consequencesto are ready for it."

that a Negro' leader who "Yes, Yeses" them on every experience. Impatience will not Earmark as much as,you can of ments. It would be wise to try come back and haunt you at He is planning to file a suit for

hand and who is willing to make shady deals Behind the further. your ambitions, and if your gains fob"y6urrsavings ac- ana forsee from which direction one time or another. It seems that .integration* with the Yazoo City

scenes that will sell his race down the river are without you cannot contain it, it could count. The tendency to neglect trouble is coming in order to take success and its fruits will come School Board and says that the

character and moral courage. Then honest Negro leaders even cause a reverse of an emo- your duties or ordinary health the appropriate safeguards, and more readily if you abandon the swimming-pool decision is next

will not have to withstand such ordeals as that heaped upon tional or monetary character. Go precautions maybe strong, so to ensure a steahdy flow of income spotlight and become very discreet on the list.I .

Dr. Bluford at 73 years of age. easy when disbursing funds for fight it off at once. All the safe- and profits. This period reveals in everything you do and I I I Halberstam sums up &;e conflictof

Someday all of us are going to have sense enough to business and social purposes, and guards to conserve.your personalor that intellectual pursuits, say. Your friends may be very both sides with a quote scratched -

retire Negro educators, ministers, business men and others refrain from overextending your joint resources: and your vital dally' travels, neighborhood affairs sympathetic and willing be of in Grant's Civil War headquarters

when they should be retired; then we shall rely upon our old credit. Protect ,your friendshipsand powers. and the interchange of service when your spirits are low two miles Gut of Yasoo

men for counsel and our young men for war. Certainly the peace of mind by avoiding 1.100-88-71.12-691 views and communications will and your ailments a bit more CUp: "To the owner of this house

counsel of Dr. Bluford is sorely needed during these trying all forms of contention. soon be stepped up. Take all precautions acute than usual. Your case is a hard one and I pity

times through which the race is now passing. -10.66.17.54 281 LEO against decisions or show- 88.5.44-13-62.670 you.-

Barn July 23'thru Aug. 23 downs that will affect friendly

TAURUS Original ideas are likely to be domestic and financial relations.

Insurance Born April 20 thru May 20 inspired and sound in every respect 3-18-50-89-33-631
About
Facts January 9th to 15th but it is not the time-to PEOPLE IN THE NEWS

It is mainly through conservative back them up with either your SAGITTARIUSBorn

BY TED REDDING practices that yo ucan build own or other people's capital. NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21

A series of artciles written in simple langmage up savings and joint resources to This period places the-accent on The ideas;! you consider as Instrumental

and designed to help the'average man or womanto the point that they will become occupational and health affairs in promoting your xy" h

understand the true facts about Insurance pone your best assurances of economic with the admonition that you take personal prospects should not be Q

: cies. The series is being written by Ted Redding independence in the days to come. precautions in. both departments. discarded if they cannot be applied -

ii an expert in the field of insurance.As Don't overlook family and home Continue to stress unity and har- at the present time. Just

a public service Mr. Redding will answer ties when charting your future mony as far as your domestic, push them to the future when you
readers hare. of action there is the marital other principal associations *
my insurance problems that may course as or become assured that positive action -

Address all inquiries to: Facts About Insurance i possibility of trouble in the offing are concerned. will not lead to lead ends.

Honda Star ... P. O. Box S8U Jacksonville from these sources; This period 97055.1886324VIRGO This period will maintain the

1. Fla I brings about future developments, spotlight on financial questions } -

life spiritual interests, long distance and your earning capacity for a 3 ; td'r"k W
Which the most important type of insurance property or
is travel and the influence of otherson Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 e
,
some time to come. Study all related '
the old riddle: what comes
To that question I would like to put age .
your thinking. Things will Even if you find neighbors
questions carefully to
the chicken the ? very
first,It is quite obvious or that egg if there had never been human life there work out well for you if you do aggravating to an insufferable de- uncover possible traps into which x s :1
not become impatient close your gree, don't let them get you emo- you could falL : :
would have been property. Yet it seems that the average person '
fire insur- mind to progressive ideas or try tionally upset to the point that 3.100.66.14.73.601CAPRICORN .
furniture by buying
value house or car
places more on a
to reap your rewards prematurely t I I your loved ones have to bear the
before consider
kind of insurance they
ance or some other property
through risky adventures. consequences. This period placesthe
to purchase Life or Health and Accident Insurance
.
spending any money
55-30-13-6-63-432 accent youth, creativeness
on
themselves and family where their greatest values in Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
on drama, the arts and heart inter-
the world exist. As long as you follow your nat-
GEMINI ests. Don't overlook domes-
I am not saying that property insurance )is not important It is your ural instincts you can easily prevent -
Born May 21 thru June 21 itc obligations your gainful duties, i r
of the utmost importance. But in most instances; salary income the conditions that restrict wti
You will find some of your and your well-being especially
because of sickness or death, and there is no breadwinner'ssalary I your freedom of movement and
stops troubles vanish if you give responsibilities -; when you feel the urge to expand
economic But if
suffers. progress. you
somebody to -others who are your personal activities somewhat ,, ,
business out of a hundred ever sustains a fire allow friends or agents to con-
home
Only one or i x
willing, and whom you can trust above your strength to ,do them z' a
But everybody will vince you that you are all wrong
and then most times it is of small consequence. Avoid all full jusstice. Relaxation and
physical
implicitly. as
later and forty-five per cent of all Americans experience and should start taking chances in
die sooner or well as financial risks so as not to peace at home have a soothing
disability of various durations and. degrees sometime before new ventures or speculations, you Features -
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Therefore the need for life and disability insurance is. greater pose of achieving ease and secur-
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of driving car
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I wouldn't my
will become increasingly interest- Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
in owning without adequate fire insurance strengthen your will .to resist
was insured nor living or el from now on. Do nothing of Your mental powers will be I
temptation in any fom. The com- KEN KNIGHT
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coverage.By significance or that is in any way called upon to rise above the
the same measuring rod, I wouldn't think of living without I plications that are revealed as

health and accident insurance.A potentially worrysome and costlyto
life lady said to me recently. "my husband does not like-instu- GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 your pocketbook could easilybe Presenting

ance" I asked her if he gambled and she replied "no". But to my Ute HOt *...... teem .we ....( ,..,.11. S." 10 can (ece dime evoked if you slip.
mind a man with a family as this man has is the biggest gamblerof te ..!.) for e cli k.r.tc.*. ., *N4 by MIL ItKlal sail m4dr.n4, 160558815331AQUARIUS KNIGHT TRAIN
he does not only gamble with his own future, but ...._ ....lope. Write letaly.. Thus offer deee met apply. te ...U..tief
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P. O. fOX sal Friendly moves will have the SWEET CHARIOT

Jacksonville A Negro JACKSONYIUJ J. FLA II greatest effect at this time .so .

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One of the gaudiest post-Chriatma Tints of the Yuletide season At center. J. D. Brooks well-kn3wn Schatfer Beer representativeIs Eartha M. White, in foreground.At .

was annual Fla-Jax dance held for the first time in the Duval Arm seen whirling off with Mrs. Rosemary Jackson. Savannah Ga. bottom center Joyce Joyner. Jacksonville's only "disc-jockey-
cry. Regarded as one of the top social events of the year the affair school official. etle" featured on WRHCs "Rose Marie Show smiles disarmingly -
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attracted socialites from many parts of the state. Just a'few of the At top left Obie Williamson of Rochester N. Y. and Mrs. Atha for our lensman.At .

well-known Jaxons are shown wlth-their guests. At tap left Ken Glass join the Lewis clan-Miss Marryne Betsch. granddaughter of bottom right, Mr. and Mrs. David Mathis. Clarence Mathis

Knight popular disc-Jockey has the attention of his charming wife Mr. and Mrs. James H. Lewis.At and Mrs. Harriet Mathis are seen with friends among whom is Miss
Mrs. Frenchie Scotto Knight and their guests one of whom Is bottom left. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Joe McCone are seen Barbara Brown in foreground.

Mrs. Sylvia Bartley. beside Mrs. K. with .guests among .whom Is the perenial "Angel of Mercy" Miss FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS




I Circle's Annual P-T A CouncilhslallsOfficers Club UTOPIA CLUB Alonzo and Cynthia King,"2581
Sewing Party I Cofiimuiiily Stork Calvin St., boy. Dec. 21.

SETS FIRST MEET Lorenzo and Vera Monroe, 1955

The Pansy, Blossom Sewing Cir- and Mrs. Hattie P. Robinson, Elects OfficersThe FOR JANUARY 12 Deliveries Mars St. girl Dec. 17.

cle will hold its annual post- An impressive memorial servicewas Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jordan
Christmas party in the YWCA held' in honor of Mrs. Daisy 1428 Illinois SL, girl Dec. 23.
1215 Lee SL,Jan. 12 at 8:33 p. m. Payne. One of the important events Junior 2G CommunityCivic I I The Eutopia Social Savings Burn Tu: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hall 745

The-circle met in the home of The next meeting will be in held recently by the Duval Coun- Club held its ,last meetingin Club will hold its first business North Street CL, boy, Dec. 24.

Mrs. Carrie Pinkney, 1321 Pippin charge of Mrs. Lillian Manning ty Council of the Parent-Teachers the home of Earl Geiger at meeting fo the year in the homeof Julius and Mary Allen 1334 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobby,

SL, with the president presidingover Mrs. Irene Brill and Mrs. Julia Association was the installation of which time two members, Miss the president Mrs. Queen Johnson St, boy, Dec. 22. 1050 W. Duval SL, girl Dec. 24.
the session. Serving as host- Graham who will serve as host- officers which took place at the Delores Woods and Miss Harriet Aiken at 1127 East Union Streeton Willie and Wilmer Wilson, 612
esses were Mrs. Estell Thomas esses to the group.RITZ Clara White Mission building. Borden were inducted into the January 12, at 8 p. m. Court F, Blodgett Homes boy, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jefferson,

Presiding over the annual ceremony organization. It was announced that the busi- Dec. 9.Clinton. 537 Bloxham SL, boy, Dec. 24.

was Mrs M. T. Carter re- Election of officers was con- ness that wiU occupy the attentionof and Barbara C. Hines, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest White, 1431

THEATRE I, tired teacher and one of the ducted by Mrs. Alice Conway. the club will be the making of Jr, 709 Houston St. Green Cove Illinois SL, girl Dec 24.

'founders of the Association. I The newly elected officers are as plans for the ensuing year. i Springs, girl, Dec 7< Mr. and Mrs. Walter Felton, 230E.
follows: Thomas Barney, president Mrs. L. A. Williams is reporter Richard and Hattie L. Johnson, 27th SL,'girl. Dec. 25.
Weather Conditioned I I| Those persons installed into office the club. RFD Box 231F Dec. 7.
girl
I ; Miss Marveen Benjamin, I for[ Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Morgan,
are: Mrs. M. L. Washington, vice president; Miss Mary Bord- Leroy and Evelyn Jackson, 2431 1407 Jefferson St, boy, Dee."25.
1.I| president; R. V. Daniels vice Miss Delores W. 1st SL, girl Dec. 7.
Friday and SaturdayGARY ers, secretary; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Reese, 1474
president; Mrs. Lillian Jones Woods, assistant secretary;; Billy Wedding Bells John and Ada Brown, 542 Ever- W. Union SL, boy. Dec, 25.
COOPER BERT LANCASTER IN Goosby financial secretary; Mrs. .
I! Green financial secretary; Earl son SL, girl Dec. 7.
"VERA CIUZ"also Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coleman Rt.
Teresa Williams 2nd vice presi- ,
Geiger, treasurer; Eugene and Applications for Marriage Claude and Martha Polite, 1737
dent 9, Box 414 Dec. 25.
girl
Mrs. Marie
Singleton
: ; re- Calvin Johnson, business man Licenses Tyler SL, boy Dec. 7.
"Abbott & Costello Meet The Mummy" 'cording' secretary; Mrs. Emma agers; Miss Carolyn Conway, Abraham and Virginia Hilliard, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Daniels,

end SERIAL COMEDY Melton corresponding: secretary; chairman of program committee; Warren J. Godfrey, 810 Clay SL 664 Franklin SL, girl Dec. 9. 1287 W. 20th SL, girl, Dec. 26.

and Mrs. Sarah Rice, chaplain. Alphonso Price, chaplain; Miss age 21 and Dorothy J. Barber,I John and Deloris Castor Jr, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, 640( So.

I Other Jaxons who will serve in Arnette Griffin general manager; 1135 Kings Road age 19. 1728 Davis SL, boy. Dec. 10. Lincoln Ct., boy Dec. 27.

Sunday Monday Tuesday other capacities are: Mrs. Maude :Mrs. Willie Griffin,' advisor and Madison Crawford, Sr., 224 E. Cliff and Geneva Mitchell, Jr,. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson,
Clayton who will serve as Council Miss Joyce Green,;,reporter. Beaver SL, age 39 and Mable 1241 W. 14th SL, girl Dec. 11. 2285 Calvin SL, girl Dec. 27.
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chairman of the Hospitality Com in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Payton, Jr, USN Cecil 1549 Pasco SL, boy. Dec. 6. W. Duval SL, boy. Dec. 27.
With JACK LaRUE mittee Mrs. Solomon business Doris Robinson Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Johnson
also ; Jimmie Washington 1276 West Field age 31 and Sarah Johnson, Marvin and ,
"CHIEF CRAZY HORSE"VICTOR !manager; Mrs Daisy Kelsey, re- 28th Street. 16 E. State SL, gae 37. 803 E. :57th SL, girl Dec. 4. 369 Chelsea SL, boy Dec 28.
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MATURE JOHN LUND parliamentarian. Ave, age 25 and Martha Ruise, ,743 Court B,.Blodgett Homes 1325 Vine SL, boy. Dec.. 28.

I Following the business hour a, Mamie Campbell and Wilhemina Glen St. Mary, Fla, Rt. 1, Box 106 boy Dec. 3. Mr.'and Mrs. Jim Robinson, 477..

Wednesday and Thursday reception was held for the founders Rutledge. age 20.Chas.. Floyd and Pauline Mincey, Jr, Wade Drive, boy, Dec. 28.
with the members of the Mrs. M. L. Washington the I. J. Edwards, 1035 Union 2111 Baldwin SL,' girl, Dec. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brown,.
"THE CRUEL SEA" Council serving as hosts. Among: president announces that the St, age 21 and Marjorie L. Adams Woodrow and Georgian Miller, 317 Osceola SL, girl Dec. 29.

_:_., FIRST RUNr- the guests enjoying the delightfulI l initial meeting for the year will 745 Phelps St, age 19. 6212 Moncrief Rd, boy, Nov. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johnson,
.,d I I affair were Mrs. Ruth Graham, be held Friday night Jtn. 20 at Henry L. Miller, 3671 Freeman Jimmie and Magnolia Hayes, 1237 W. 13th SL, boy, Dec. 29.

"THE. LOOTERS" i and Mrs. M. L. Carter. Gifts were I'I the Clara White Mission -at 7 JO Road age 29 and Cynthia R. M.. 917 Walburgs, Green Cove Sprgs.I Mr. and'Mrs. Tommie Bronson,

I(sent to Mesdams: M. W. Blocker, >P. m. Butler, 1027 Callam SL, age 22. boy Nov. 24. 243 Spruce SL, girl Dec. 30iehid.r ,








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'I.; JrA y y.. ,: "- I Two important events will take place at Day Spring Baptist .
BEACH The first integrated Ministerial unit-, I. Church on Sunday January 8th.

The Ministerial Association of the Halifax Area-was founded here \ .. I The first is the installation serv- .
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last Monday. January 2. "'"* ('] ". 4 ice of all officers of Day Spring

The Rev.James Marshall Smith Baptist Church which will be con-

white is president and the Rev. ducted Sunday night at 7 o'clock 1Sa.

E. C. TJlliman,, Negro, vice president Religious Study I' S r with the pastor, Rev. C. A.

The Daytona Beach Minis- e. Weaver in charge.
terial Assn. (white) and Interdenominational Coarse To Begin vn fivri
Dedication of tables from Damascus -
Ministerial Alliance
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(Negro) merged to form the new a. m.
association. Monday, Jan. 9 worship Sunday, Souvenirs of the

wrappings will be given at this
of the Livingston
Smith pastor hour at which time music will .
Memorial Methodist Church for- An approved study course will a=-e 1 r 1 'wr "t't be furnished by Choir 4. eRrA
merly headed the white ministerial be instituted by the Woman's Society -

organization here. Tilliman,, of Christian Service of The Matrons Council will ob-

pastor of Mt. Bethel Baptist Ebenezer Church: and the Wes- serve its first anniversary in the ,

Church was president of the Negro leyan Service Guild on Monday, auditorium of the church during Helpilttftb

Ministerial Association.The Jan. 9.The. the evening worship. The annual
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Rev. Gordon Poteat white, course which will be an sermon will be delivered by the .

pastor of Tourist Church, said he introduction to spiritual classes TtJr !pastor. 1he
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hoped formation of the interracial I will be under the supervision of s <
I The Pulpit Aid Board will meet
ministerial association will "mean Mrs. Inez Johnson well-known MARCHOF1)IME)
Sunday at 4 p. m. in the home of
much to this community and religious leader here. The courseis I Mr. and Mrs. F. Flowers, 1745 W. !tIAJtq"JiQ JI '
to other open to all churchwomen. I
example
serve as an 15th St. District 2 will meet with _
communities." The WSCS met recently with
Mrs.' 815 Jefferson
Dorothy Young
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the president Mrs. Hattie E.
"We are all bound up in the St. District 19 will meet with
same bundle of life," Poteat eaid :vans presiding. Mrs. Evans reported -.L. .'_ .):.,, Mr. and Mrs. C. Cook, 1347 Rush- PILL THE PLVG
that all the tickets for the
"God made it that way and" we recent benefit picture had been 1 1mold. GOOD NEIGHBORS keeping ing StBack ON STOMACH UPSET
had all better live that
way. II with Its policy of bringing the Jaxt-n Weds Texan Half-alive headachy when consupan .
Poteat chairman of the brotherhood The worship serVIce was con- "Florida Star" into every Negro sours stomach? Black-Draught

committee of the white lucted by Mrs. Annie G. Busta- home in Jacksonville our photo- .About P opt Helps relieve sweeten constipation sour stomach ovtmight.too.

association, was continued in that nonte, and a program was prevented grapher paid a visit to Royal Ter- Uxifrra.StOBick Svtatutr Watts OnnricM? !
for the interracial No harsh griping Made from pure
chairmanship race, out Moncrief Road. Above
under the leadership of vegetable herbs. Thoroughly but
-association. Mrs. E. Hurley, vice president Is a photographic report of what Y in Jacksonville is RalphA. gently comforting uncorks c reef!in intestines morning.

Other officers of the new ministerial entitled. "We Would See Jesus, h* found A group of neighbor Lee of 1810 Lee St. who has Then life looks sunny again Get
association are: Rev. Jack t h. Royal Terrace Black-Draught today.
composing
Today. 1 I returned ..
to the city after a two -I*fowter or OmtlatH (arm -:1U..il14'J.U
Bryant white. Port Orange Baptist Mrs. Mamie Rodgers Simpkins Good Neighbors Club holding a s ti.PS.A sot b new cur-to-taJk* TtbUtt,
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weeks visit to eastern points. In < Wbm coaitlpatlen
Church recording secretary; md Miss O. Ogles of BoylanHaven I'\eatinq. Shown here sealed left wun cbUdran. Rabbi J. Marshall Taxay, white. gave stories based on the to right are: Mrs. Hattie Perkins Philadelphia he was the guest of and. Tb diapMltioo..7 Toe this st boojUvtldJ Byrop of BUckDniKM. -

Temple Beth-El, financial secre- .epic. Mrs. Bessie Mae Lewis. Mrs. E. P his brother, Horace E. Lee Jr. In

tary; H. M. Bixler, white execu- I R. Brown and Mrs. dnora Hsm- New York City he visited his sister '

tive secretary of the YMCA,treas- Pallbearers Society by. Standing in the urn orderare Mrs. Elma Diggs and brother- Learn Commercial Art

urer, and Rev. Rogers P. Fair, : Ira W. Hemby. Sim Travis in-law, Charles Diggs. He waa the Start Anytime
Negro, chaplain of BethuneCookman Slates Coffee Hour and Mrs. E. Benlan. guest of his mother, Mrs. Annie C. f. PROVED

College, corresponding secre- ee Thompson and Mrs. Willie AMERICAN
tary. Pallbearers Society No. 17 will e w ;.+ s; 'zs Lee Billy) Brooks and her hus- I SCHOOL OF ART

t sponsor a Coffee Hour January 15 HealthPresented 7cpicJ -i P band, James Brooks. Mr. Lee reports I
j jz 27 W. BEAVERCHAMPION'S
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack ___ an enjoyable trip. I 1.
BAPTIST MINISTERS Arringer, 1539 Pasco Street from'

t to 6 p. m. Friends of the Societyare by your Doctor of
WILL HOLD FIRST Medicine as a Health Service of
invited. A unique program is
being planned for the occasion. the Florida Medical Ascodalior riv

MEETING JAN. 9th Mrs. L. M. Pinkney is the Presi- and your Local Medical Sodsty.

dent.Mrs.Helen Engram is Secre- MARRIED? Winter Clearance Sa'e'
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of the Married people, it has been
organization.
The Baptist Ministers Brother- tary -
shown, live longer than single
hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Shop Now and SaveMen's

ties will hold their first meetingof Services At Cosmo ones.One
explanation be the
the year Monday, January 9, Announced By Pastor greater tendency,of healthier may peo Dress; Pants $3.00

at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist pie to marry. Others maintain that All Men's and Boy's Jackets 20% Off
Church. Rev. H. H. Robinson is Sunday services at Alexander directly
the married state itself -
the President. Rev. Miller is the Memorial Methodist Church, affect a reduction in may death: Men's Shorts and Briefs 3-.for $1.00

reporter. Cosmo, will begin with the Sun- I rate. The married person hat w'PT s sixt Heavy Duty Dungarees $1.88
day School at 9:30 a. m. Every some one else to be concernedwith !
I child and adult around Cosmo is his or her well-being. Men's 100% Wool Sweaters $3.25

extended an invitation to attend Married couples generally havea
I Rayon and Cotton Socks S-for $1.00
the Sunday SchooL
I better regulated pattern of living i;ti
I Love Feast service will be held as to rest, erercise and eating Men's Tee Shirts3for $1.00

at 11 p. m. with the Rev. Ruth than single persons. ;.
Lee Brown in charge. All mem-
I Happily, a greater percentageof A lovtly wedding of the holiday season was that of Mr. and Mrs.
bers of the church and visitorsare people in the United States are 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
Edwin Ayr*U Peasants which was an event of Sunday. Dec. 18th at
asked to be present at the now married than ever before. In Bethel Baptist Church.'The HeY. Robert H. Wilson pastor. officiated.
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Love Feast. 1890, the earliest year Federal Mrs. Pleuanta is the former Miss Margaret Le. Bracy. daughterof
The regular communion service -
census figures are available for Mr. and Mrs.Henry Lee Bracy of this city. Mr. Pleasants is the son
will be held at 3 p. m. with marital status, two out of three :af Mr. and Mrs. Vendee L. Pleasants of Houston. Texas. You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
1y the pastor, Rev. W. M. Littles in
persons over 20 years of age were Following the wedding a reception was held in the home of the

charge. married. Today this proportionhas bride's aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Redding on Myrtle An.

increased to three out of four.A The couple left the city for Houston Texas on their honeymoon trip. LOW PRICESOn
FRATERNAL NOTES happy marriage is good medi-

cine and conversely, an unhappy
marriage contributes to emotionalills Your
The Prince Hall Masonic Club : ) Voted "Best-Dressed Woman"NEW )
that lead to psychosomatic ,
To You and will hold a meeting on January8th ,
disorders. Marriage is the natural DRUG STORE NEEDS
at 4 p. m.in the Seymour Hall
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Your Dear Ones! and biologically normal way of
located on Davis and Third Sts.
life and is the most perfect of hu-
May IN ..,...... sad tN far All members -are asked to be man relationships. It offers the Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
iMf cleft t* tte STMbcbfertmM .1 yo.r present and on time. Washington
of
i* the ,.., *. ceIM I Williams is the president. married couple a partnership : We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
and i
devotion and
appreciation
H.n to whKUf JCHI tM Oust ef )
pM tU.. -.. I. kitf aansrn Eureka Lodge No. 51 of Prince sympathy, with a closer bond of In Your Local Papers.WOOD'S _

... 4.rial 19541 Hall Masons will meet Monday understanding than comes from

HAPPY NEW YEAR January 9th at 8 p. m. in the Sey- any other association. r
mour Hall located on Davis and There are of course compromises lr p 6a ,(( DIXIE PHARMACY

J. C. DowningD. Third Streets. All members are to be made, for the perfection P
1312 KINGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE
D. S. asked to be present. Joseph But- of marriage does not spring into I PHONES EL 3.5J'7-9I

Tit WEST ttk SHEET I ler is the Worshipful Master and full bloom, nor does it remain so, w. ffelh W. ./*. Pill All Doctor* 'reKriptl

A. A. Rice is secretary. without care. 0w sn'

r9 AY., PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE

Lasi Riles For BILLS AT OUR STORE

W. T. Minion '
Luther H. WellsFuneral 55 s -

Your Buick Salesman.'y s I services were scheduledfor b

Saturday morning at 9 a. m. at
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St. Pius Catholic Church for Lu-
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To See and Try Out .. ther Marion Wells, well-known wd4pJl
resident of Jacksouville who resided -

- THE 1956 BUICK at 1157 W. 8th st. POSNERS''

I I ,He died in Brewster Hospital
the Best Buick Yet following several weeks of illness. tf0&ls

A native of Elliott, S. C. Wells

New Instrument Panel I I had resided in this city for the

past 33 years. He was a veteran of

Sweep-Ahead Styling : t I I World War I and for many years ..wge n e Np WOftlD'S FASTEST SCU1NQ

New Power ? had been an employe of the U. S. HAIR STXAIGHTEfOft /

Post Office. ndBUCXUNSI
New Dynaflow ; iJ
I Mr. Wells was a member of St. "

Pius Catholic Church and was
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SAMPLE ITS MOTION ., I '
_: ,.. ;' iJ' also prominently identified with YORK.-Rose-Marie Armstrong wearing a town of her own ,_ /Ot! AT All two ftotif
i a.e. 1- > P1 the Brewster Men's Club, the Imperial creation,was voted "Best-Dressed Woman" by a panel of judges at p', ( .... kyAflf etN live ... 11.Pe .
Cell W. T. Minion :: ::i : \ t, Dragons Social Club, the tht 10th annual ball of the Association of Negro Press Photographers ,
'" at Nw Roekland Palace here, recently. Sht's shown receiving the
EX 8-0573 k\:. National Alliance of Postal Em- annual Park A Tiltord Award, tl&blished. "tncoursgt initiative, "-5-
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f9K IT .V.ISToDAYI'
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ployes and the Federation of Post originality and rood U5tt in fashion design" from Arthur N. Wiener,
WILLIAMS BUICK CO. Office Clerks sales txtcutivt of Park A Tilford Distillers Corp. The gift tamper

Survivors inclule his wife Mrs. abort was ont of several prizes that came with the award. .
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Miss Armstrong,a department stor salts clerk and student of fuh-
1 321 Kings Avenue Phillips Highway Florence :M. Wells, city; brother, loa design was chosen front among finaltstc. Her lf-mdt gown _
8-0573 Res. EL 3-9178 Andrew J. Wells Sr. of Sumter, I la eggshell color accents now elongated look. /' .
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NAACP Secretary' Sees 1955 Progress Gateway Boding! Fans In Session Treatment Of Tan



Overshadowed By Upsurge Of TerrorNEW -..".. -i'..):.i.t:. "'1"' "# Players Peeves

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YORK Shunning the usual practice of highlighting Bradley Coach

evidences of progress in year-end reviews Roy Wilkin executive f .

secretary of the National Association for Advancement. of Colored ? I
PEORIA. IlL
Coach Bob
People, declared that "the harsh truth is that even though there! -
Vanatta of the Bradley
College
were some notable pronouncements and advancements, the bad overshadowed .
basketball team has been
the good in race relations in 1955. quotedas
saying that his team would
In support of this assertion. the
probably never play in New Or- i
NAACP leader, in his annual review The "Economic Squeeze"
leans, La. again because of the'I
cited the revival of lynch We had in 1955 the shamefu' treatment 'I II
a Negro member of the
terror in Mississippi, the develop-
spectacle of the so-called leading team received from the fans con-
ment of economic pressures as an white citizens Southen
oj many cerning Shellie McMillan, the Ne-
instrument of intimidation, the communities, particularly in Mis gro star.
open defiance of the United? States sissippi and South Carolina
or 5 The Peoria Journal, which has
Supreme Court decision banning ganizing into Councils which un
had
a reporter traveling with the
public school education, and the
ashamedly forced Negroes fror
team, quoted the coach as saying
apparent impotency of the federal their jobs, hones: farms and little "I do feel in all good conscience
government to provide protectionfor businesses-all because the colored
J could not subject my team to
American citizens at home.
people signed petitions then this type of thing as long as I I these A Up of the Pepsi Cap to

Progress Cited school boards, sought to vote, 01joiccd have colored players on my Americans outstandingjrounf, who make .ur
On the credit side Mr. Wilkins the NAACP. I I country ard our communitya /,
squad. The coach said further,i better plat in which to live
pointed to the-steps taken towards When American citizens withir "We appreciate the problems of I 1111-" J
school desegregation in nine of the<< borders: of their own country the South, but don't feel we could i ". ;r *
the seventeen states which had are forced to choose between their return." I

required segregation, to Supreme rights as Americans and food aw McMillan was booed as he left I
Court decisions banning segrega- shelter for their families, the general the game on fouls with the band :
tion in public recreational facili- morality of the nation har playing "Bye Bye Blackbird."i

ties, to the ruling of the Interstate reached a new low. I The Bradley team was playing the I

Commerce Commission against The WCCTS Sinister Goal I. ,Loyola team, and has played on i

Jim Crow travel and to the It appears now that the Coun- BOATING ENTHUSIASTS Members of the St. John's Boat Club whs gathered recently to C ,the Sugar Bowl program three i
steady increase in membership in cils may be a threat to Americ- S-I I times and played Loyola in New. .
:us* matters pertaining to boating and boat race events for the approaching warm weather season
the National Association for the generally. They have a frightening Orleans last year.
hown here. Left to right are Messrs. Fred Demery. Charles Green. Donald Wallace David Sarjeant 1
Advancecrtat of Colored People. resemblance to the patten The Journal also reported that

The text of Mr.. Wilkins. state made infamous by the Nazi part Ired,Robinson and Thamas FrialL Jr. McMillen had been .jostled and I r Q .

ment follows: in Germany. Using the Negro s; I tp taunted by Loyola players' prior
.
It is in the Nazis uses I ...,.... I
customary year-end an excuse, even as I to fouling out and once reportedto
statements to stress the favorable the Jews Germany, the literature lullification of the Supreme Courtpuling of America. Industrialists' merchants -'.have been violated in savage fash- his bench, "They're working on

aspects of the past year and to and spokesmen for the Councils against public school seg-I lawyers, bankers, clergymen -I ion but the Department of Justice me"

cite the progress, glossing over are denouncing all and sundryas :egation and even repudiation of ,editors and educators did not has been impotent. The White Loyola won 71-65, with McMil- .a a
the unpleasant items. communistic or dupes or front e Fourteenth Amendment to the have to mass their money and House has been silent. Our gov- lan making 11 of his team's points JOSEPH HOLZENDOKFMatthiw

The harsh truth is that even for communism. United States Constitution. talent to crush%- the Negro. Their ernment has protested outrages in before fouling out. high W.School Gilbert

though there were some notable Their-smear targets include the Threat la AmericaIn real objective is the Americanway every corner of the world but has Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
man who
pronouncements and advance- Supreme Court, the Departmentof shameless fashion in 1955 of life. As. chairman of the I said no word, taken no. action, on FAMU COACH IS destine to become a seems use
ments, the bad overshadowed the: Justice, the present Administration :these people are asserting the Senate Subcommittee on Internal outrages here at home.Desegregation ful citizen.in scouting Joseph and is has active -

good in race relations zn 1955.I I in the White House, the right of one set of people to rule Security, Senator Eastland's probeof I ProceedsOn TENNIS ADVISOR highest recently honor been awarded in scoutingthe the
We had unpunished murders great funds and foundations, the exploit, degrade, terrorize and the press under the guise of the credit side of the ledger Eagle Scout Award

and attempted murders of Ne- universities and colleges, the organized nurder another set of people hunting communism gives more has been the progress of school TALLAHASSEE Walter L. \ -six in ment addition badges to twenty he hat

Igroes by whites in Mississippi, religious faiths, book pub- without interference from other than a hint of how these- groups t|desegregation in border states and Austin, tennis coach at Florida A won in scouting. .

simply and solely because they lishers, radio, television and films nembers of the federation of hope to operate. 'I I in Texas. Maryland is extending and M University, has been ap- .
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f.
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were colored and were insistingon daily newspapers and national states, and without the restraints Another debit mark in 1955 is I desegregation beyond Baltimore pointed to the National Tennis "It t

their rights as citizens. Missis- magazines, and, of course, the imposed by the chief document of the fact that in the face of the i I City. West Virginia has brought Advisory Committee of the Na- '

sippi gives the United States the NAACP.. Everyone is out of step federation, the Constitution. They I murders in Mississippi and the I in new areas. Desegregation ini tional Association of Intercollegiate -

distinction of being the only but Jim.' want to be members but not economic pressures upon colored Missouri, Oklahoma and Kentucky Athletics.He .

civilized country in the world I Senator James O. Eastland,. members; they want to have their citizens there and elsewhere in is proceeding steadily. was notified of his appoint-
where men are shot to death Democrat of Mississippi, the chief cake and eat it too. I the South, the Federal Govern-I I West, Central and Southern Texas ment in a letter received from iii4r
merely for insisting on being citizens spokesman for the Councils, is Behind the anti-Negro camouflage ment has maintained the role of have begun programs, with East Otho M. Polk, committee chair- ;;;

not for committing a crime. now openly advocating formal they are tearing at the heart| an observer. The rights of citizensSocfcsonviJfe's Texas holding back. Three com- man.
munities in Arkansas: have desegregated The committee is to serve as an

their schools. Advisory Committee to the Exe-
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i iI Tennessee and North Carolinaare .cutive Committee on all matters
I .- II I stirring and debating. Floridais affecting the conduct of Tennis as

.1 I'' Mto marking time. Mississippi, a National Activity and as it is r
favorite TArift and Nome financing Institution e
Louisiana Alabama, Georgia So. stimulated to become a part of
I Carolina and Virginia are defyingthe
the Intercollegiate program of the
'i Suprmee Court. (membership of the N.A.LA This
: Federal court rulings during the
REPORT- will also include a wise and prac-

year have abolished segregationin tical method of selection of ath- << bPICEB i
public recreation. The Inter- letes to participate in the National New Stanton Senior
state Commerce Commission has High School
Tennis Tournament. Hats off to a youngster
to Our Investment and I II ordered an end to segregation in The honor is the second national who wild is a better working community.to help
I interstate travel and railroad and appointment received by the Charlesetta Is secretary of
Savings Share AccountsOFFICERS bus terminal waiting rooms. In I I popular tennis mentor. Earlier he he. James Chapter Weldon of National Johnon -

.1 this atmosphere of intimidation, was appointed to- the Intercol- Honor of Society Creative, vice Dance president -

I extending even to assassination, legiate Tennis Committee of the Club and president of the
ACE League of her
have maintained their
our people American Tennis Association.
Condensed Statement of Condition !II I determination to be free and Austin, a graduate of Southern church.

; equal citizens of the nation. They I University in Baton Rouge, is a
I
WALTER President D. SHELLY of have bent, but they have not former national Negro Intercol- r

C- *. r. I. I broken under the pressures. Theyare legiate tennis champion. He has
I Vke PnBildentJMANN not more bitter than they havea been a member of the Fam-U faculty -
CLIFTON P. SWEET Fidelity FederalSavings right to be, and they have no since 1948 (except the 194 -50
Asst. Vc-fV *ioVft 1'1'1'1'J
hatred in their hearts. Discour-
I HARLAN which was spent on study leave)
aged as they are upon occasion, and has built Rattler tennis for-
AU I u\recG.toSXWYERI and Loan Association ''I they are'confident that the law- tunes into a recognized power. *

DAVIS etal)' -*- "*K .*- I abiding citizens among the whites I
W Treasurer SHELLY of Jacksonville will soon step forward and take

COWARD H. TUTT I over from the manipulating poli- I
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CoatptroferDIRECTORS I Church Reporters


I.I From... ticians.NAACP The figures Membership show that NAACP Up I Clubs Social Groups -
jl Report Made to Federal Home Loan Bank: x -
membership has increased, not
J. HARLAN MANN I II
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W. DAVIS SHELLY I itself. We expect further increasesin
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I WILLIAM E. ARWO D, Jr. Loans on Savings Accounts ......................................_........A....__.____. 143, 45.06 I THEODORE L. JONES JR.
General Contractor Federal Home Loan Bank Stock .................-....,..........-...........---.-..- 350.CCO only simple justice and the ob- Announcements Early New Stanton Senior
I RAY MclNTYRS United States Government Bonds .......................__.. ._.._............-._._.=:: CO1,596.665.f5 I servance of the law of the land. High Svlool
Insurance Cash ON Hand and in Beaks ................................?.:____-- 1032578.98 I I They offer now, as they have in provides Like Pepsi-Cola pleasant which mo
JAMES H. O'REILLY Office Building & Equipment (Less Depreciation) .-.- 92,133.52 the their full cooperation in To The menu. Theodore makes
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Investments Deferred Charges and Other" Assets .....-......_..____-....:..---?..:?.. 10.C66.26 past many happy with his
HAROLD F. SAXELBYE I making a beginning toward work- clarinet. He is first dart
$19.0-40,708.75
$ netist wttt the band. He
Saxeloya A Powell ing out any just and reasonable is first lieutenant and
Architects LIABILITIES plan for compliance with the FLORIDASTAB quartermaster but he also

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I Real frtate ,Advances Federal Homo LOOM Bank ....................-............-..............?.-....- 4CO.CCO.CO NAACP will address itself P In harmony with others.
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BY E. J. YREENv
v- Ml Uadisea Street. Palatka Florid TV NEWSThree Florida NormalSet I
Dear M2ks Ball:
.. P1Ioae Cut won
My titter Maida married last

..c'- .,' A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK ytar. She was tho youngest girl For Jan. 23
and had never worked. Each of song stars, soprano Dor-
:"People are Ilk buttons they off at the time.1""
pep wrong the older children worked his way othy Sarnoff, musical comedy

through school and in turn helpedthe songstress Diahann Carroll and Registration- for the Spring

How thai the.Now You Is here left rosumo our routine of Inviting next one. Wo all pooled our tt Hollywood baritone Gordon Mac- Semester' Florida Normal and

I.' guests to the mories. Wo shall begin by sending out an invi *.I money to help Maida. She is the d: Rae and jazz drummer Gene Industrial Memorial College is
lion to a young lady I have knawn since birth. ,kind of person who accepts only x'; + t Krupa will present "What's New scheduled for Monday, January

She lives with her aunt and is i the word of an authority on any in MUSK on CBS Radio's "The 23, from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Instruc-

a graduate of Central Academy. 1 I irer; Miss W. Owens secretary i question. Those of us who were Woolworth Hour" Sunday Jan. 8 tion will begin at 8 a. m. on Tues

have been a friend of her familyfor .nd Rev. T. J. Alston is the pas I married tried to offer advice and rte. aq at 1:0J-2:0J P. M. EST. day, January 24. Persons wishingto

a long time. Her father live .or. I were almost insulted. Maida is Professional Education ,is an important part of the service Miss Sarnoff, who starred in enroll for the Spring Semesterare
t-. in Brooklyn 71. Y. Now I air i working naw for the first time I program of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. "The King and I," will sing urged to submit applicationsto
sure she knows the invitation is House 'and insists that it is proper for Among the 1955.1956 winners of scholarships are: left to right), "Something Wonderful" from that the Registrar's office immedi
guests of Mrs. Barwicks Ernestine High, Raleigh N.C. Medical Social Work
for her, and if she does I will give jf the Alpha Apartments were her to bank all her money in huhusbaDd' Atlanta University; Paul Graham Detroit. Mich, pre-doctoral student, operetta, and will close the pro- ately. For further information

her two passes to the movies. .ienry SmLh of Lake City, Flaj account. She feels nothing Chemistry student Indiana University; and Velma Kinsey gram with a musical salute to Big contact the Registrar's office,
-4iu should be spent until she has OdeA.. tub Medical Social Work. student Uv*.rd University. brother Week. Florida Normal and Industrial:
Os&ie Smith
of Atlanta Gas
Tom Moore is invited to be the I asked him. Would you give her a J Memorial College, St. Augustine
-4TS. Daisy Owans. Mrs. Lilua.nomas. -- Miss Can oil, who was an "Ar Florida.
Florida nudge for us? We see trouble
Star's guest for lunch I
:
Miss thur
Annie Loa and Mae Godfrey's Talent Scouts"
Monday at Central Academy. /Uiie Dempy of Jacksonville. Fla. sbrewing. Ocalan Shoals Veterans winner and later starred in "The
Another thing She is deeply
.ihi i Tisiuag tha cLy they at- House of Flowers," will sing one
Mrs. Mary Pierce and Mn. .ended the wedding of Miss feints religious and feels that she should Wife And Son CornerHere of: the hits from that production. Joints
Catherine Harrison spent .Ins! be waiting each time the church
J. Owens and Frank
Wiikerson. Mr. MacRae, who has leading
Sunday in Staike where thty door opens. Is this right? Her
roles in the MARCH
first two Rodgers ana
were the guests of Mrs. Pierce'i husband doesn't approve and it is OCALA-In an attempt to destroy are authoritative answers Hammerstein musicals
to be film.
parents and other relatives. tausing friction' because he will his entire family followingthe from the Veterans Administrationto ad "Oklahoma "

Satsuma News got go to church. She will accept burning of his home and killing four questions of interest to be-released, "Carousel! and the" will soon-to-sing OF DIMES

Mrs. Catherine Young spent the idvice from-authorities" so gin a son Alonzo Bronson. a 72- former servicemen and their the
her the business "Soliloquy" from the latter.
please I year-old" man went off balance families: llN
relatives By Mrs. Cornelia ShorterMr. He will tell about working with
Vivian Atlanta Ga. and seriously wounded his wile O. If I apply for disability com'pensatiou Richard
Dear Vivian composer Rodgers on the
William Doby and grand.righter : i nd shot another son. as soon as I get my films and will
sing one of Mr.
The many friends of Mrs. Ruby spent the holidays in Your sister has grown up under A report made by Deputy Slier: discharge from service will I be Rodgers' newest "All at .
Mays are glad to see her in thi .acksonville with their relatives false illusions. You all worked iff W. R. Chalker said Bronson required to take a VA physical Once You Love Her"songs from r J s 6 la1S 7
2
city again. Mrs. Mays who pos nd friends. While visiting they and helped each other and learnedthe who lived at 3oi.Van Buren Street examination? Dream." "Pipe 1 10 11 12 11 21

sesses a very charming personal. Attended the family reunion. value of money and manyjitangible since his home"' was destroyed by A. Not necessarily. As long as 16 17 1g 19 y S1r

ity accompanied her aunt Mrs things which will aid fire last week is being held in you file your claim within six Gene Krupa will "go digggin'down 12 23 12S 16

Gaskin home on her return from you throughout life; but your county jail on temporary chargesof months from his discharge VA deep to come rollin up on 19 ,0 31I
Cocoa where she visited-her sister Mrs. Estella Fields and family younger sister was denied this by assault with intent to kill. may give you an initial rating top" with the playing of "Stompin'
eturned to Sarasota. Fla. after at the Savoy," as he performed it I
i being helped. She'll have to learn
and brother-in-law
Mr.
ant
Mrs. Carrie.Bronson, the wifeof based on the records of your I 1
pending tee Christmas holidays in the motion picture "The Benny
Mrs. Thomas Woodards. what you already got by exper- Alonzo Bronson is in Munroe branch of service-unless it would ; r !
nth Mrs. Brown. Goodman Story. He will join
ience. Certain things must be
Memorial in critical that
Hospital a appear an error would result
Mrs. Wilma earned[ sooner or later. For Percy Faith and the orchestra in I
; Tucker Porter Any your condiiton. George Bronson the from such a procedure.O. "
Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Brawn sister, learning her lessons late, "Drum Boogie, as he has record-
Josephine Moore arrived ii celebrated 17-year-old son was treated for a If a veteran shows a lade'of.
the city last week from New Yorl heir 40th anniversary on Decem- may be harder. 38 caliber bullet wound in the progress in hi Korean GI Bill ad it for Columbia Records. Learn Commercial Art

City. They are the house guests o. jer 25, '1955. Children should be guided early right side and released. studies would he still be entitled Percy Faith, the orchestra and Start Anytime

Mrs. Carrie Moore, Mrs. Porter into sharing experiences working Following the attempt to wipe to make his one-and-only" changeof horns will offer "It's a Big Wide I C. f. APPROVED

and Mrs. Carrie Hicks. Mrs. Shorter and family spenthe with others, learning the value of out his family Bronson was found courts? Wonderful World" "Brazilian AMERICAN

New Year holiday with her money while they are young. huddled in a vacant lot several A. Yes but only if he can show Sleighbells," "Just One of Those SCHOOL OF ART

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Andenor .aughter Mrs.Jenkins invOrlando, Telling youth these things does blocks from the scene by Deputies VA that the lack of progress was Things" and a Stephen Foster I 27 W. BEAVER
are the proud parents of a bab jlorida. not convince them. They must experience Chalker and Doug Willis. When not due to his own misconduct, medley.

son. The stork delivered thi i ii them. As to accepting found his throat was bleeding and neglect or lack of application.

young fellow at the J&R Nurslnj i the words of an "authority your it is believed that it was a suicide a. I have just been dischargedfrom
Home December 28. He weighec Mr. Jewel Rush of Thomasville, sister should realize that there attempt. A bloody pocket knife service and I am thinking of St. Johns Dee-Jay

10 pounds. 5 ounces; was giver ;a. plans to move to Orlando, Fla. are many views on every topic was found nearby. getting a Korean GI term insur-
the of Harold /ery soon. : and one must weigh the views of ,
name Eugene. When fire destroyed the Bron ance policy. I already have a I
each authority and draw one's son home on Pine Street, Isaiah, $10.000 life insurance policy witha T ', "

Mrs. M. B.Jones who is a member Mrs. Gertie Williams is on the I own:conclusions. Your sister is too the nine-year-old son died in the private company. Would this jI .,.,- :t.....

..- of the High School faculty of ick list this week. All her friends.nd i young to be so rigid or set in her fire. The cause of the fire is un- bar me from GI insurance? I ,I"f'

Sebring visited Palatka last week relatives wish her a speedy i ways. She will have to learn from determine! but is still under in A. No. Insurance held with a r ,
end accompanied by her children :ecQvery. experience, or when the children vestigation. private company has no bearing I \\j

r Raye Francis L. Jackson. The; come along, how to be more flex- Deputy Chalker said a .38 cal on the amount of GI insuranceyou 4 [V

were the house guests of friends SATSUMA, Fla. Mrs. Serena ble. She will understand too bcr pistol, a pocket knife and an are permitted to carry. A I -v D

;lay and family have as house that it is more desirable to share axe used by Bronson are in pos- veteran may get up to $10,000 _.
Mr. and Mrs. MereU Lavair -uests her uncle and auntof and-in her case-have a joint session of the sheriff. worth of Korean GI term insurance -

were visitors in Palatka during% Jcala- and they have had a won- bank account. This is importantfor In addition to the assault minus only whatever other
the holidays. They were the house .erful time here with several many reasons. If she were to charges, Bronson is being held forms of GI insurance he might
guests of Mr and Mrs. Gillyan -ocial courtesies tendered them. be left a widow, for instance she under $1,000 bond on an incest have.
Green who are the parents of Mr would be forced to manage the charge filed earlier by Sheriff Q. I bought a house with a GI

r Levain. Mose Cleaven accompanied by family finances. She should share David Baillie, Jr. Bailie said loan a few years ago. Our family"

ii& wife of Citra, Fla. were also that family responsibility now. | Bronson is accuse"dof having two has grown and we could use a I a.M.
i Mrs. Eleanor Austin entertain*' he house guests of Mrs. Clay and Going to church is fine, but it children by one of his daughters. larger house. My wife is a veteran I

": many guests during the Christ. jther members of the family. can be overdone. Maida should too. Would she be entitled to use
mas holidays. Among the guest their and try to find.more time to be with Polio follows no definite pat her GI loan benefit for another
"hey enjoyed trip stay
i. were: Mrs. Lovie Austin. Mr. anc !her husband, because companionship tern. The town with no cases in house? ... wF
Mrs. Ceasar Austin of Fort Pierce here.Mr. in marriage is very impor one year ,may" ,be swept with an A. Yes. The fact that you used "

r..., Mrs. Annie Duck. Mrs. Carrie and Mrs. Shorter accom- tant. One should and can, live a epidemic the next. March of your GI loan benefit would not .
Brown of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Wilson and Christian life without "living" in Dimes contributions spell "pre serve to deny your wife the right .-c --
janied by Mary
a. 1 :
a,. Fla Mr. and Mrs. Heckter Blake foe Brown visited the Baptist church. In fact your sister could I paredness." to use hers. i ___ _
probably be a better Christian if
of New York City and Mr. Le Church in Welaka Fla. recently
,
mail Dixon of St. Augustine. Fla. she were to practice her religionin
;. tad enjoyed a wonderful sermon her daily living. Article in Reader's Digest Reveals I
it that time preached by the Rev. E.B.
The Bethelhem Baptist Church 3. V. Robinson.

Usher Board held a meeting on Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs

Monday night During the .meeting Sick persons reported recover
election of officers for the ing are Fairfield Hampton, little FAHU Slales -7 : (

year were held. The officers are Feado Wilson and Anna Wilson. So Often a Needless Misery!

as follows: Terry Boyton president Friends wish they will soon be +
; Willie Britton., vice president Cage ScheduleTALLAHASSEE Do you suffer terrible nervous tenltopped or strikingly relieved
up and about again. Also ill is sion-feel depressed .pain fad discomfort! 3 out of 4
; Miss Pearline Lowe, treas- Mrs. Lillie Mae Green and the -Just bore your period women got glorious relief I Listen To
each month? A startling article In Taken regularly Pinkham's re-
best is wished for her. -The FloridaA. READER'S DIGEST reveals such l1evestheheadaches.crampsnervremenstrual WILLIAM "BILL" SENIORSWith
Nosurgeryiieededto and M. University Football torment is neediest ous tension. during and before
misery in many cases I your period. Many women never
Rattlers, who closed their 1955 Thousands have already discovered suSer-even,on the first day Why His
reduce swellingof I season with one defeat, that to how to avoid such suffering. should you?This month,start taking
TO DRIVE
LEARN
Pinkham's: Compound Pinkham's. See if you don't
Grambling State College of Bus- and Tats,they're so much hap escape pre-menstrual tension.soper Early Bird Jamboree
The Qvfekert The Easiest ton. la., in the annual Orange less tense as those "difficultdays" often the cause of unhappiness.
painful piles w., Te ...r. approach! Get Lydia E.
Blossom Classic at Miami, an- Lydia Pinkham's I. 1.ct.n'tssts.aa.aai.t Pinkham's Vegetable Monday Thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
la doc ed AJAXDRIVING nounced a nine-game schedule for has a remarkable pact, 3 ..a.14 w..a set Compound. ..
&ainn1rsstorPateats.Uyrrriltn| 1956 Tuesday. soothing effect on ,,gIca?...4.tr..a I or convenient new OVER STATION WSTN
piles torture Gave internal and SCHOOL the source of such W.>Jtrfil relief 4.ri..4 Tablets which have
external relief-without surgery! Coach A. S. (Jake) Gaither said distress In doctors"ME w, tbMiffie.lt! .. .-,."I! blood-building iron
S:medically-proved pairUtehing tmtantlyt ingredients Reduce relieve CALL EL 4-0639 the Rattlers will open the season teats Pinkham's added. At...druggists.***Itrttr St. Augustine's Most Pouplar Station

swtUinf. II Only Yon pile George Perpena Sept. 22 in Durham, N. C. against
walk in comfort! stainless North Carolina College. It will be
ramedy. Stainless 1134 W. 5th Street GOSH f3Rl ZY Wt GO.C >D
toxics or Ointment Paiodrag their first meeting since the Rattlers LOSE ritrM1E i++tdEY.. BRFAIc
defeated the Eagles 67-6, in utnt: uouDYraa t .fl11NC Ti{ HKTCSiY E1IAhA!

the Miami classic in 1951.
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By 100 Per Cent Wrong Atlanta Club .,mtv,r ;a9y. ; Sees Dons Win All-Midwest Pile Up WinsTALLAHASSEE


Over 5 Conference Team
Loyola
ATLANTA, Ga.-The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club, sports groupof Florida A.
this city has announced that it will'honor Ray Robinson middleweight CHICAGO, IlL (Special) & M. University's high flying Rattlers -

boxing champion, Jackie Robinson, Brooklyn Dodgers and a NEW ORLEANS, Li. -A non- Three Grambling college grid -defending Southern Inter-

Grambling College's youthful head coach, Eddie Robinson on the segregated crowd of 5,000 white stars: were named to the All- collegiate Athletic Conference
occasion of the club's 22nd annual all-sports dinner and jamboreein and Negro basketball fans the Midwest conference team selectedby Basketball kingpins-are currently -

Atlanta, January 20. largest of the season to see a.cage coaches and sports writers Sat- rolling along with a record of

A. L. Thompson, awards com- game in New Orleans, -watchedas urday during the annual winter three wins and no defeats in non-

mittee chairman for the organization 4y j r e the San Francisco Dons held up meeting of the MWAA. conference play.
4 Tan
also revealed that Branlch Players their reputation as being the nation's Named to all-conference first The Ed Oglesby-coached quint

Rickey Pittsburgh Pirates board top basketball team. They team berths were incomparable opened the season on its home
chairman and former head of the In Fro Football won over Loyola in an easy victory Edward Murray, a halfback who floor by blasting the Edward

Brooklyn Dodgers and Pee Wee 6141. ranked sixth in total offense nationally Waters College five of Jackson-

Reese Jackie Robinson's team-! Line-up JaIL 15 This huge crowd very graciously i with 1,151 yards; All-, ville later in the week to roll toa
mate at the Dodgers have been received the Negro players and American tackle Willie Davis and 121-68'win over the junior col-

invited to come to Atlanta to par- strongly applauded their playing, big Joe Dixon, 248-pound guard lege cagers. The Rattlers crossed
Rticipate in the affair which will CHICAGO When the profes- especially Bill Russell the Don's who delighted in tempting baited over the century mark for the
salute the so-called "Jackie Rob- sional football bowl game is played All-American who scored 20 of his mouse-traps. third time by stomping AlbanyGa. I

inson Era" of baseball. on Jan. 15, there will be four / : team's points. Earlier Davis a swift-striking ( .) State 103-68 here.

Further highlights of the event Negroes in the lineup. Of the four ti 9 The Dons did not receive the 220-pounder was named to the
Big man in the'Rattlers attackto
chosen two will be defense
on
., will include a citation to a person same kind of treatment that was JALA Ail-American team.
date has been a" stringbean'
yet to be selected as Citizen of the and two ori offense. given to the Bradley team which
Murray also received special sophomore-Herbert Edwards of
Roosevelt Brown 245 pound of- -
Year in sports and awards to the the crowd booed Shelhe MCMiIlan -
fensive tackle for the New York mention from Jet Magazine's AU- Tallahassee-who tallied 34 pointsin
Grambling College Tigers and after his fifth personal fouLMcMillan
American board. the 26 his second time
210- opener,
Jiants and Ollie Matson
John Sample, All-American half- who was the star of his
Three other gridders who played out, and 17 against Albany Stateto
back of Marylanl State College, pound halfback of the Chicago .team when he committed his fifth
STELLAR CAGER Meadow Lemon. one of the stellar basketen
slam-bang football for the Na- run his three game total to 77
Cardinals were selected for the
who was named Player of the offensive team.Halfback with the internationally famous Harlem Globetrotters, is one of foul, was accused by the New tional Negro champs were namedto for an average of 25.6.
t Year. Grambling College was declared the cage men who will be seen here when the team plays in the new Orleans sports writers of "show second-team positions.
national intercollegiate Dick (Night Train) Gator Park. Jan. 13. Tickets for the game which Is scheduled to start boating sticking out his tongueat They were center Melvin Lee,
Lane of the Carlinals and Emlen
football championls upon defeatIng at 8 p. m. are on sale at the Hollywood Music Store. 60S West Ashley. the booing fans and refusing to one of the essential ingredients inGrambling's
Florida A. and M. Universityand Tunnel of the New York Giants shake hands with a Loyola playeras
selected for the defensive play-spoiling barricade WATCH THIS CLOWN
were
undefeated he his
posting a ten-game was on way out of the
untied season. quad. 'his marks the sixth game for the night. Roach for 207 four seasons of;tornado Theopilus at
straight that Tunneu, veteran SPORTING IT UPBY pounds
Several days ago, the 100 Per safety year man has been chosen. Bill Russell, 6 foot 10 inch center end; and Leon Gafford a 190- 3-55-9
Cent Wrong Club, which is a project and one of the five Negro pound fireballing fullback. 471-20-872,
Those who will be missing from
of the Atlanta Daily World, this year's will be such starsas I C. PARHAM JOHNSON players on the Dons' squad was Davis and Lee are the only seniors -
announced that it would also se- game i cheered several times during the in the group.
lect an All-Time Football Teamon Lenny Ford, the powerhouseend THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMLthe of the Brooklyn Dodgers is all game and given a rousing roundof 2 e 9

the occasion of the banquet. of the Cleveland Browns and Florida schooL Hurricanes. smiles these days since heroceired applause when'he left the con- 5 8

According to World sports editor, Joe Perry Francisco the plunging 49ers.fullbackof thcat is played Yale University in that reportedly $7,500 raise which test five minutes before it was for Quick Service 3 4
the San
the Orange Bowl tournament and will it to the round figures
Marion E. Jackson, a board of run up over.
sports experts has been asked to him Because of of injuries the which kept won 9290. The Yale baskeeters of $25,000. The big pitcher says it Coming in for their share of enthusiastic and Courteous AttentionTo 234-56-118

make nominations for this team, out championshipgame had Negro players and Governor is the finest contract that he has applause were guards Your Car Needs
the Los
between Angeles
which will be comprised of foot- Leroy Collins did not object ta the ever signed. Casey Jones the team's captainand 70-32-16
the Cleveland Browns
ball players having performed in Rams and playing of the game. Thanks THE SAN FRANCISCO UNI- Warren both Drive In To
Baxter Negroes.Coach
Paul (Tank) Younger of the '
Negro colleges during the first Big 3ov. Collins. VERSITY DONS, rated as the na- Phil Woolpert of the Dons DUVAL'SERVICE Sometimes .. .p
Rams will not be able to play. WHAT A PITYI! WHAT A tions basketball SooiotiaMS ha's low* -
half of the 20th Century.For leading collegiate used every man on thete m. Ho odd, safttfocftHe
J .n "i PITYI I WHAT A PITYI it is that team has won 33 straight games. STATION
of The
a number years The Dons have won 35 straight works it ell aroaad
Coca-Cola Company has sponsored Negroes Play Golf Tom Jenkins, the fullback on the The significant thing about the games the longest winning streakin Duval and Myrtle

the major trophies and cita- Atlanta Course I University of Pittsburgh's team Dons is that the team is composedof collegiate basketball history. Phone EL 4-9162 FOR JAN. 14th
On
tions for the annual, event, Including -I I was injured and it is still doubtful three Negroes and two whites ...

the huge leg trophy for as to whether he will be able 1 and not a Governor of any state KtV. W. J. UMBftfC Pro*. 2-11-98
the football champions,and cita- ATLANTA, Ga. -For the first to play at all cr not. If be sees has been opposel to their playingin been inclined to get up off $100-
time in the history of the North limited service it' will be the different states. I tesems
only ,
tions to citizen, coach and playerof 000. All Neal has to do is to beat
the year. These awards are Fulton golf course Negroes teed Bob Grier most of the way. If that the Governors of the various Junior Gilliam and Don Zimmerin

given in memory of W. A Scott, off last week and played a whole Jenkins doesn't play at all it will states are one hundred per cent the field and at the bat. '/A Honolulu Surfriders

U, founder of the Atlanta Daily round of golf and everythingwent be Grier all the way. for clean well played and sports IT SEEMS THAT THE HAR-
World. calmly and smoothly noth- LITTLE BOBBY SHANTZ, the man like sports, regardless who : kX VS
LEM MAGICIANS
are as permanently
ing happened at all to mar the lefthanded pitching ace of the plays itJOffilNY_
and M. College
Prairie View A. I set now in the basketball
peaceful game. Kansas City Athletics will be ableto BRATTON has had
Texas two legs on the ;
owns world as the Harlam Globetrotters. -
championship trophy while Florida This group of Negro players pitch during the 1956 season. $3,000 returned to him that was Out of the disputes between 1 ;

A. and M. University Southern were the first to play on the city'spublic His arm that was hurt in 1953 has taken by the former PennsylvaniaState Abe Saperstein, owner of the ,
University of Louisiana and course since the federal been declared sounl again by Dr. Athletic Commission follow-
Globetrotters and ex-members of
Tennessee A. and L State ,Univer court order ruled that Negro George Bennett of Johns Hopkins ing his fight with Johnny Saxtonin the Trotters a new team was
sity each possess one leg. The golfers have the right to play on hospitaL Shantz appeared in 23 Philadelphia Feb. 24, 1954. The born. 1II'

be retired after three, city owned courses in Atlanta. games last season.TIMOTHY refund was made over the protestof
trophy may
DURING THE SHUFFLE AT
team White golfers playing before J. MARA who paid Frank Wiener, former chair-
winnings by any one and after the Negro foursome York Giants WILEY COLLEGE, Coach Fred ,
'Winner-teams awarded $2,500 for the New man of the commission. The new
plaques of recognition are which become : were very cooperative and friendly professional football team back ia commission appointed by the gov- Long will return to the helm of Top
of, and nothing happened that 1925. was offered $1,000.003 for ernor made the refund. Wiener head caoch replacing young Alva / Helf

their institutions.the permanent property would give the least sign of dis- the team... but. Mara, turned It gave seven reasons why the Tabor, ex-Tuskegee and Nevada ONE TiceNITE

ssntion." After the game was over, .down with these words: "My tons money should, not returned to star after a short reign. ONLY ((6 Show
Acts)
the Negro player said they were Wellington and Jack and I turnel Bratton. WITH THE ELEVENTH COM

cordially welcomed by the white down the offer football is our SID FLAHERTY manager of MANDMENT "Thou ihalt nol FRIDAY JAN. 13 8:00 PM.
5/iav/ng/ U 5/fcfrer/ players, some of them stopping to business and we intend to stay in the dethroned middleweight play against NegroM playing New Jax Ball Park PRICES

.e ask how they were getting along. u.- champion Bobo Olson says he is such a weak role in the scheme TICKETS ON SALE AFTER JAN. let AT BOX and RES. SEATS

The Negro golfers were Alfred OBSERVERS are beginning to taking his fighter away from the :af things. Bob Crier and 17 other LANE REXALL DRUG STORE 3.00 2.50

''GilletteBLUE Holmes, Oliver Holmes O. T. Bell predict how long Sugar Ray Rob- bright lights, everybody and Negroes playing in the Rot Bowl HOLLYWOOD Maim aid Fonytb MUSIC Streets STORE

and R. E. Thomas, Jr. inson will remain at the top of everything with nothing on his and others in the Easi-Wes 60S West Ashley S treat RES. SEC sad GEN. ADM. .

BLADES the middleweights. It matters not mind but training and thinking Classic the Georgia llth Commandment Seed Mail Orden T* 2.00 1.50

IN HANDY DISPENSER Learn Commercial Art how long he will keep it, the fact things out for himself. "I have sounds weird and out HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS
with remains that he won it back after the word of Jim Norris of the IBC of harmony with the onward P. O.Jacksonville Box 866 -It.AM.Florida Station (If Purcketed BeforeJaaoary

ssedblad.comPertsetef. .Start I. APPROVED AayttmeG. he was considered finished. Di he that Robinson will fight us in march of progress. Make Check Payable. to Harlem Globe 13)
1.53
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AMERICAN should lose the title in his next February Flaherty said. I DEFENSIVE END ANDY RO Trotters and Eaclosa Stamped Envelop.

1 10 *o fight, he is the three tunes wearerof SUGAR RAY ROBINSON the I I BUSTELL of the Los :Angeles
&&A9 SCHOOL OF ART the championship crown. newly. crowned kino of the middleweights .I Rams has been named to the

27 W. BEAVER WILLIE MAtS the "Say Hey" has consenlde to fight Western squad for the pro Bowl

kid of the New York Giants has for the NAACP. Robinson says game on Jan. 15. Robustell replaces -

inked his name to the 1956 contract that he hopes to devote the greater Big Tank Younger, his SHIRTS 16c
It is believed that his sal- portion of his career to helpinghis teammate" who was forced to

HUMPHREY BOGART WM. HOLDEN ary will be $32,000 an increase of people. Just one more big< withdraw because of a neck in-

,STRAND AUDREY HEPBURN IN $5,000 over last year. Mays joins fight to straighten out his income jury that kept him out of the pro ....tif.11r Laaaeofoa' n4 Fiaisfcea'HOUR .
"SABRINA"aad the big pay bracket with such tax difficulties with the govern title game with the Cleveland

4 DAYS ONLY STERLING HAYDEN IN stars as Roy Campanella, Jackie mat and then he would embarkon Browns. Younger, the fullback of

SUN.JAN.,THRU 8.11 WED. "BATTLE TAXI" Robinson of the Dodgers and his a campaign in which he would the Rams is the same Tank -- -

own teammate Captain Alvin donate his entire puns' to the Younger. formerly of Grambling -
I
Dark. NAACP. College. .
THURSDAY SATURDAY JANUARY 12.14 HERMAN CALHOUN, an At- THE GRAPEVINE IS SWING- "WELL FOLKS HENRY !

""SHE WOlf" Plan "GIRL IN RED VELVET SWING" lanta born fighter has won 16 ING AGAIN FOLKS. The latest I I AARON has done it again. He has .

straight pro bouts. Turning pro in b that George Wilson of Kings been named the Milwaukee

1954 Calhoun. made his start Mountain, N. C. will'probably Braves most valuable player of \\'CLEANERS' ;

ROOSEVELT SKYV1EWSao. against Johnny Gibson,. winninga play right field for the New York the 1955 season by the Milwaukee :
unanimous decision in four Giants and that Charlie Beal of chapter of the Baseball Writers of "

T.... 1... 8.10 S... Tuts. J... 8.10 rounds. Calhoun's victims are Longview Texts will report to the America. Aaron will receive the
Tear Cartis 2- 1st Rams "WHITE XMAS" Johnny Gibson, Angelo Defendis, Brooklyn"Dodgers for second base Manning Vaughn Award at a JncsatAnI '" .
"BLACK SHIELD" aad Gi., aad Diaay K.,. Hardy Smallwood, Jerry Liiddie, duties next season. Both players !linner Jan. 22. Aaron posted a d

"FRANCIS IN THE.NAVY"Wad. Plat$200"LONESOME MONDAY TRAIL"WIN NIGHT Tommy Dixon Curtis Bruce, Don have been playing with the Esco- batting average of .314, drove in

Bryant,. Mal Collins, Al Houser, gido team in the Dominican Republic's 106 runs and clouted 27 home
t Than. J... 11 .12 Fred Milton Rus
Micheau series.CHARLIE
Stan World's Fair
,
lit Raa Shocker W... I Than. Joai 11.12 runs.
"DANCE HALL RACKET" Bogart aad Boca!! Gilliam Curtis Cofield, Sonny NEAL, a 24 year old 1.tthJil4k

Plas "ASPHALT JUNGLE" "BIG" SLEEP"' Gill Clifford Lester and Charlie has played with Hornell Lancaster 00 NOT LIT YOUR CAR H J
Plat 'SAI"'" GIRL"Fri. Sfi:. Calhoun is a middleweightand Elmira,. NewPort News and REPOSSED .

I Sat. J... 13.1( is the son of the Rev. and St. Paul in the Dodger chain and DONT LOSt YOUR CREDIT .".
G... M.. ...ry Fri."TARZAN fc Sat. -APE J..MAN".id 13.14 Mrs. W. M. Calhoun, 1405 Bridges he has been quitse impressive.'I' STANDING ,
Sceet" -
ladiaa
PJ Crockett. lit Raa Phis"TOUGHEST Ave. Reports are that other major JUST CALL Mt AT- 911 West Ashley 416 Main Street
"MA fc PA AT"WAIKIKI- MAN IN ARIZ. BIG DON NEWCOMBE. the league teams have been dickering I 11 4Stt

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Off The Blocks Georgia Grand Jury

Chips Has First* Negro Veterans Education ProgramAT

BY JAT JAT Woman On Panel -
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The new year cam In with a bang end w. do mean a bang b ATLANTA The first Fulton EDWARD WATERS COLLEGE

There ware piriiw all over the place Saiurdzy nil.. One in pirlicu- k a ... County grand jury ever to includea
far has became almost traditionaL Elcae Lucas always sands the oM Negro woman among its mem- Edward Waters College has lust been approved for Veteransfainin7
by the Florida State of Education.
Year out and welcomes in.both the DeW yea and Hi birthday. On bsrs was instructed last Tuesday i. Department
band to bald Elcee ealatrata the DeW year and his: birthday ware Ed b to pursue even the: smallest evidence APPROVED FOR P.!.. 550 (Korean) VETERANS
Joyacr. Francis Ulllejohn Ruhya Cock. Airy and Mrs.E. D.Jackson of organized crime or corruption Accredited by The Southern Association of

and many, many elhars. dec and the madam prorad topflight in government. Colleges and Secondary Schools

entertainers and a coxl time was had by alL W. wish him many Judge E. E. Andrews told the Courses Offered -

more birthdays and will surely be on hand ta help calibrate thm. new jury: "Often the chief offenders THE ASSOCIATE OF ARTS DEGREE

( Out 21st Street way, Sara Davis entertained and had a few in organized: crime are so
friends including Alvin James Mr. and Mrs. Roland Gibson, Harold far removed: from the actual operation GENERAL EDUCATION BUSINESS EDUCATION

Gibson, liiah_Pinkncy, Veatrice Washington, Frank Priestley, Eunice -- that law offices cannot Diploma Courses -
Coker, Mr. and Mrs. David Dwight. Jr.. and many others. In fact ,' touch them. But a grand jury
o BEAUTY CULTURE THEOLOGYThese
people just came as tho a sign was up saying. "ya'll coma." 1t. can." -

On 8th Street Shirley Rivera entertained and put on an old- t.., -,"j :JHEJ>IACK.SHIELD'OF FAlWORTH"12c1f'? i The last grand jury was critical Courses are Offered in
fashioned feed bag. "You all" know what I mean. Strictly "down ,f purchasing methods used by DAY CLASSES or NIGHT CLASSES

home items were the main courses. George Kelly and Adolphus Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh (above) star in the first run the State of Georgia. REGISTRATION FOB SECOND SEMESTER BEGINS
Frazler included this stop while touring. The charming Bustamante Cinemascope technicolor action film. "BLACK SHIELD OF FALS- M NDAY. JANUARY 30 1956

sisters Ethzl and Elmira and Viola Kittles lent charm to the place., WORTH." showing Sunday thru Tuesday at the Raossvalt Theatre. FOR INFOEMATION WRITE OR CALL
People just flowed in and out and the fun was on. By that tine, after i Co-hit. also new, is the comedy riot "FRANCIS IN THE NAVY" Polk Man Is Held Deai James A. Espy Phone Elgin 6-3343

making a few of those rounds, your bey<< "Jry Jay" was "wasted" starring the talking mule. Serial and cartoon complete the movie bill. For ManslaughterIn Edward Waters Colleaa Jacksonville, Florida

and couldn't take any more so we just folded out tent like the Arabs Solon's Death
and .
stele '

Ghana away.New Th new year brouht In several new citizens. tf6cut People Miami NAACP VETERANS

Among them is a n.w member ia the family of Mr. and Mrs. Julius BARTOW (Special) TimothyH.
Laslar. Th. mother is ditHdan at Edward Waters Colleg Eppinger. 33-year-old Frost-
Has New Officers proof man who drove one of thr ARMY & NAVY STORE
Frankle Dae, the pint-siz Sclenley salesman, is in town for Miss Yvette Sims, Brewster
yes involved in the death o'
his annuli visit. This year Frantic is known as The Cascade Kid. Hospital nurse, spent her vacation "*tate Rep. Perry .Murray o- 24 E. BAY STREET PHONE EL 6-1301
Kt will ba oa hand to welcome his binds at the Kinds Avenue Bar in West Palm Bsac'j' as houseguest
MIAMI The Rev. Theo. R. 5ec. 12, has been bound over tr
(Hzxl.m Club) on both Fridey January 6 and January 13lh. Ba sure of Rev. and Mrs. E, K. Graham
Gibson was installed as presidentof criminal court by County Judg-
SPECIALS
to step !a and aM him John Hardwick wants all of his friends to.stopbyand and Mrs. Virginia Brown,
the Miami branch of the Na- 1. M. Wiggins for trial on slr
e him at Doc Allen en State and PearL If rau want sister of Mrs. J. L. Kennerly. Miss tional Association for the Advancement rge of manslaughter. FEATHER; PILLOWS ......................._.._.."............ 1.25
to keep out of the lights fust step by and visit Jain. Sims was entertained by Mrs. '
Brown, Mis Wilma Warren and ColoreJ_ People ir Judge Wiggins ruled, after r BLANKETS ......................................................from 1.95
Elmore Davis is at home after a brief in the hospital I know "
missed "Crack" but didn't know where stay hs Mildred Mrs.. L. Batter, all of West Paint I ceremonies last Thursday. "*')*ng preliminary hearing, tha SLEEPING BAGS ................._......................from 6.95
you was Beach. .. The Rev. Edward T. Graham +- aue t'on of negligence or
Tucker of EWC is convalescing Keep your eyes on the Enquireat officiated at the installation con- reckless driving is not involved"
Eighth and Davis. We hear the place will soon,.get a complete ducted at 843 NW 3rd Ave. ..... Mee.Eppinger. COLLAR JACKETS
face-lifting We forgot to mention it but the Lenape. was all Mrs. Evelyn Squires Foy of 7S1 Father Gibson succeeds Dr. G. the judge said, "i' FUR
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painted up and decorated for the holiday season. N. Lincoln Ct., returned to'the W. Hawkins, who became second ''''''r-.ed under Florida Statutes CHILDREN'S JACKETS

The Strand has inaugurated a mid-weck change in the program.Above city recently after spending the vice president. vh'ch makes one guilty of man- LEATHER JACKETS
all. both ends of the program seem to be to::lighL By the bill Christmas holidays in indiana- Other officers for 1956 are Otis slaughter if he causes a death
board there are some goad 'uns coming .. On the other end of tin polis, Ind. James, first vice president; Mrs. V-ile driving an automobile while INDIAN JACKETS

""Block"' the new Funlaad is following the natlam set by its pre Walter D. Perry, secretary; Mrs. "ntoxicated. OTHER JACKETS

deceuor. We mean most of the customers are those of very tender Mrs. Julia McGriff of 1052 State Clifford Straus, assistant secre- Judge Wiggins set Eppinger'r

years. AU we can say is that you parents should go out and see Street is ill in her home. Mrs. tary; Mrs. Vernell Albury, treas bond at $1093, and bail was posted
wtere your children rnind their psnnies after thty leava the movie HcGriff is a mexnbs rof Bethlehem urer; the Rev. Caxton E. Doggettand portly after the hearing.Mr. I BOY SCOUTS PAINT
The Job is more than the pallet alone can handle. It is un to you to Baptist Church, and servesas Elder E. Madson, chaplains. Murray, speaker of the Canteens Pw? Tents I PAINT-Stucco, itc. 149

see that your kids are protected from the *Sinball menace. Evan the president of District 2. House in 1949, was killed when Packs ALL -AT Knives SAVINGS- Etc. HOUSE Mastercraft PAINT ...._.. _.. 2.93
a sign is on the machine: stating the state law in rag:rd to a?.. only his car and Eppi ger's collided.

.those who are too short or who dan't have the coin are not allowedto

play..It's up to you parents. Mrs.Mr.Maxine and Mrs.Williams Charles and daughter Fisher, Rooms. For Rent (JETTING UP NIGHTS TARPAULINS -:- TENTS -:: BOOTS
Lewis English and Margaret McKinney plan t tie the knot any .
Linda and Mrs. Viola of Chi- worried by"BUdder We kneM"lOctUnfV Work Shoes -:- Dress hoes -:: Hunting: Boots
day now .,?_ Mildred Johnson Eustace and new hubby Lester Eus- Kihu (toe frequent, burning or Itcb-
cago, I1L. were holiday house Unfurnished room. Single man or ( urination) or Strong. Cloudy Urtn.] '
tace held their reception Monday night. Word is out that Gloria guests of Mrs. Cornelia Jenkinsof woman prefdrred. Apply Mon. to common Kidney and Bladder WORK PANTS Dry Cleaned .................. Only $1.00
ilons.try CTSTEX for quick(
McLain has tied the knot and is living in California.
Court F. While visiting in day thru Friday at 6 p. m. 1837 nlortlnf help.A billion CTSTEX Jn1-1
Above the clang of wedding bells can be heard discordant sounds .d ia past 23 yean prove safety COME IN BROWSE 24 E. BAY ST.
Florida, they also made a tour of Mancrief Road.Unfurnuhtd "taL..Ak druggist .for.. CXifl'lLX.........
as the popular school marina Josephine Mean and Eloise Howard -- --- -- I
St. Augustine. They were the r-
to disagree with their They are being "put together"and F. .
spouses.
agree ,
breakfast guests of Mrs. Elsie room. 2149 No. College .....
asunder" in this ole town. -
daily
"put Thomas of 985 Logan St. Circle. Phone EL 3-93SE
Dr. Alpha Moore and her choral group from New Stanton returned
aCer 6 p. m.
from a highly successful concert tour which took them to

Washington, D. C. Dr. Moore was more than elated at the receptionthe Mrs. Vanclee Pieasants of Houston Modern furnished room. Single
kids received. She also spoke of the fact that Charles Bennett, Texas was in the city recently trred. Phone
man or couple pref
Congressman from our district, met her group and was their escort. as house guest of Mr. and Mrs.
,. EL 5-5:94 after 6 p. m.
The entire group has nothing but praise for the Congressman and Theodore L. Redding 1935 Myrtle

his stafL Avenue. Room for rent In a nice home
Almost forgot but the folks from the "Bottom Dollar" on Davis Ankle
Male prefsrred. 963 W. :
Street had a bang-up Christmas party. Everybody was really singing Mr. and Mrs. Louis P. Stanleyand Street Phone EL 6-CS24. 1051 2313
"Bottom Dollar. Mrs. Cora Gillen of Bridge-
The Les Rtgellettes held their annual Christmas nary at the ville, Del, were viators in the Modern furnished bedroo-. COUple IIOAI ST. Z PIOENUAVL

New Lincoln Golf and Country. Club M>ndry nl' ii. The ?rls and city recently as guests of James preferred. 1013 West Beaver 1 ea-view-- j sea wS
4thllSb had a ball Met Dr. Ana Hsrrin Ph.D. and had D. Thomas and other relative Street. e a Mel
Lars s5 Lela ....
a short chid. Dr. Marvin is the same Ann Harvln: rll of us know. They were entertained with many fe1A/.

Ana is teaching at Dilliard and says she loin Louisiana Dr. Dan dinners while in the city. They J.h. ,WorltlW. .....t ....a..... ;.... .... '.tl We,."., ...t fi4c" sY
Laurey the medic was here for the holidrrs Mae Francis Greene attended the wedding of Mrs ACHING MUSCLES

is here for an indefinite air:, Jerome EJr* breezed in and holds E. A.Pieasants.: TENDER PINK AND DELICIOUS 4 ta 6-LB. AVERAGE WHOLEPICNIC

c mmW OD services at 21st and Myrll with Willie Frank Cannon ,.,.... .... .1 tiN4. son,..w.e wxr
Daniel Davis end Johnnie Stewart nary nlgrt.James Thrapxm tells Miss Mildred Jean Thompson, .to*wit STAN SACK.tablets__t.wdemTAN8ACK I HAM lb 19c
all he is doing fine in his first year of med school at Meharrjf. James daughter of Dr. rnd Mrs. E. W. ...bMa act t.the fart STAN t brine SACK femNite fertia8hlief.
is the son of the late Dr. C. M. Thompioa. Thompson of 1411 W. Ninth St. aambiaw' .v& ...-rti.l i1.' Is.i.ala .
Mildred Thompson, sister of Coach Jimmy Thompson, had as nas as her guest Miss Sylvia far fait raliaf ef pals.INGROWN.

her Louse guest Sylvia West of East Orange,.N. J. Both young ladies West of Howard University and Checks Cashed'FREE SUGAR CUEK.Butt. or Shack Parties
12 14-lbs. A..raoWITH
an students of Howard University. Miss West is also Kappa Sweet- East Orange, N. J.Miss Thompson to

heart for the undergrad chapter at Howard. We all agree that the and Miss West returned to How- NAIL ANY $).CO OR MORE PURCHASE HANS lb. 33C

Kappamen in Washington can sure pick them. ard University Sunday.
The $64,033 question on the "Block these days is on four wheels HURTING YOU? U. S. Gov?. GRADED Whole or Shank Half lb. 39c '

and goes like this-"Whose big Cadillac is Henry Wade driving?" Mr3. Glen N. Steele of Philadelphia famtHeftA GOOD BEEF '

In Bubber's the boss and I happened to meet two well-known sales Pa. was a recent visitorn ." WILSON'S SAVCRY BRAND BREAKFAST
tab for the account kids. A faw*****rf OCTCRO =bUwJI. AT THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN
the
men. Guess what- we caught expense the city to attend the weddingof Mier OUTGBO pea twrs.r, t6.pap 41..f.......--...... ROU"D or SIRLOINSTEAK BACON lbe! cello pkg. 35$
Bill Minton charged admission to their
nd
McDuffie
In feet Terris her niece, Mrs. Edwin A. par lh..il s.cal s.w. oL
yarn swapping party. Pleasants Mrs.. Steele is the IIftiWIIe e.-=:al ri all...r...a.e..t.ea....... lb. 69$ ALL-MEAT
As we lock back ores last year and peer into the future we daughter of James D. Thomas. -
feel that old 1925 didn't treat us too badly. The folks in Washington CLUB or PINBONESTEAK BEEF STEW ib. 490

made a few favorable decisions We :rained more policrara Ib. 4S0
School teachers gained a py increase as did the g9V9rnnent worker TENDER LEAN WESTERN First Cats
Bars In regard to employment fell at the Naval Air Bee )fan 1'
FRESHLY GROUNDHAMBURGER POPE CHOPS lb.
Several new places of business c?ned The :-dure In regard to 290
segregation in the schools is static in Florida. mi inly bcaua of Lick lb. 2S$
CENTER CUTS lb. 49c
of leadership the local level improvements are being continued.

Work at Doug:** Anderson is underway which will five flu South AUT JEMIMA
side a high school .'. Tie Vocational School at Ashley and Broadis

rapidly shaping up. As soon as sites are acquired: sevtr&l more l FLOUR 10 Eb bag 89C
schools will be started... Edward Waters is aecredJOed. '.411

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FLORIDA GRAD "A"
FRANKIE DEE >i3'Mc Farm Fresh Produce
E H Sib. 39C
U. S.; WHITE

: "The Cascade Kid"Will FRESH SMALL TENDER Half .r Whole POTATOES 10-lbs. 28$


/ bs at Pork SHOULDER lb. it; FRESH CREEN ,

CABBAGE lb. 5c
THE SOUTHSIDE LEAN WESTERN Jvt Risht for Barbecue9

:: SPARERIBS Ib. 230 FANCY MciNTOSH CELLO BAG

HARLEM CLUB APPLES -Ibs. 35(5(
FRESH PORKNECK
2703 Avenue FRESH CRISP

J FRIDAY NITE Kings, JANUARY 6th BONES file 10? CARROTS cello bag 16$

from 8 to 10JO p.m. JAX SUPREME FANCY CRISPCELERY

FRIDAY NITE, JANUARY 13th COFFEE Mb.bag 550 I life. stalks 71BAKERITE


at 6:30 p.m. :; gnu Well Alt1'CZISClOC-;dPYI1A

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