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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star news
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v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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English
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 14, 1956
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Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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issn - 0740-798X
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Special Correspondent

Y. STAFF CORRESPONDENT Last Saturday night. Jan. 7.
Dr. John H. Fisher eminent SPECIAL CORRESPONDENTNegro
GAINESVILLE Thorton Roberts the recently appointed director
obstetrician of San Marco Blvd.in members of the Dun County Democratic Executive,.
Of the Duval County Vocational School la she old Stanton
a special interview informed Committee last Wednesday night walked out of a committee meeting
school building died early Thursday morning a* a result of bullets
pumped: into his body by his wife the night before. I' Eric O.Simpson managing editor expressing resentment over insulting remarks made by Gen. SumterL.
The Alachua County Sheriffs of the "Florida Star" that Lowry Jr. of Tampa who took a blast at the movement to endsegregation.
at 11:15 p. m. he became the- .
office said Mrs. Maggie Roberts
told investigating officers that father of an eight and on.-half. Observers see the Negro walk

Wednesday night she and her hus- k' t' pound baby sfrL out as one that could seriously
band left home to return to Jack- Sy3zk'C He said the presentation was weaken the Democratic Party in .''irr'4 -
made to him by his wife Mrs. Duval County: There are
sonville to be in the city for the a A many
+ 'Mwh Mary Wooten Simpson. Jacksonville
operation, Thursday on their who believe that the incident
daughter"who had Seen seriously school teacher. The could jeopardize:;>> the position of
i4ured'ieveralnionths go. incident occurred in Brewster Democratic Committee Chairman

It is reported that Roberts made Hospital where it is reportedthe Edgar W. Waybright, Sr. who has '
several stops"at friends homes be- nurses and attendants were regained much of the strength-
fore he began his journey. He "most kind "and helpful in which he had been losingthruthe
t every manner. support of Negro commtitee hq
later drove out to an area knownas
When asked how he felt ,
men and women.
Grove Park and went into a -
about the situation Simpson. The big question now is how
; xt house in a wooded area. The wife
showing some little signs of will members of the
told officers that while she was Negro committee -
.. .x.5t
Robinson Jaxon of disappointment ( know i
you feel about Waybright for i
waiting in the car for him to re- >
: of Home Con.housewives why) hesitated but finally
epos turn she found a gun in the auto I permitting them to be subjectedto
and beamed proudly: "I'm just as
which he had hidden in the back this recent onslaught of insults. .
roducts and helping happy." His obvious condoning of Lowry'sexpressions rF9

benafts from sm.atioas seat.When Roberts returned how- He said the new addition has has shown him up, as a + :.i .oq.
sponsoringJim ever, he found the gun and took been named Phyllis Ericka. one Negro citizen put it, as one 'r. ''
her into the house. The 40-year- t The editor also added that he "who has been talking out of both
old wife said Roberts came in wished to express deepest graf sides of his mouth teling y. a ,9
Uude to Dr. L E. Williams,
Negroes one thing and preaching
with a broken tree branch and
ISADORE SINGLETON
Crow orderad: her to pull down! her! _...._--..-..,,- medical advisor to the Simpson something else to whites." leads walk-out
household and also to Graham
) clothing. Lowry said the movement to
THORNTON ROBERTS
According to the Sheriffs office wife Funeral Home for quick delivery integrate the races was "thoughtup committee: Total membership is
i Roberts is said to have accused his killed by of Mrs. Simpsvm to the and organized years ago by the
erstate !l.BY l. hospital, and to Caner's Funeral 364.After
international Communist conspiracy" -
ve wife of running around and beganto the walkout, Singletontold
drove back to the city, and noti- Home for the care and and ,that the Republican
[ beat her.She scuffled with him reporters some of the Negro
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fied police of the shooting.A used in conveying
precaution Party.has made it an issue in the
and was able to get hold of the members wanted to leave duringLowry's
coroner's jury has made its mother and daughter back to coming campaign.The .
STAFF CORRESPOND gun which the.victim had placedon talk, but "we waited until -
examination of the incident but their home where both are
II. the bed and shot him several issue, Lowry said "has the speech ended and asked
The Union Terminal Station in Jacksonville this week fell in I times. no ruling has been made pendingthe progressing favorably. been thrust upon us by the Re- the chairman for permission to

line with the ruling of the Intersfc ite Commerce Commission's ruling I It was reported that after action of.the County Solicitor. publican Party and the Republican leave so we wouldn't run the
against segregation of passengers traveling interstate.At shooting her 47-year-old husbandin Mrs. Roberts has been released Supreme Court must bear the chance of being ruled out of the

T The Tor Colored" sign in the I the left eye, arm and chest, she without bond. direct responsibility for the inte- committee."
waiting room has been altered to the bus terminal manager gration attack which threatensthe
Bond Increased Lowry's comment on the walk-
indicate that the segregated facilities Spencer Godwin said no instruc- way of life of the South."
out "It shows have
was: they no
is intended for Negro pas- tions have been received from NAACP General Lowry called the NAACP "loud tolerance of white people's viewsin
sengers traveling within the state. the main office at Jacksonvilleand Says For Mai Held and arrogant" and a "nation-wide this matter." .
An official. of the terminal said the present policy was con- propaganda machine" that "has
arisen in the South and the (Continued on Page 8))
that the wordIntrastate" has tinuing. nation -

been added to the segregation notice "We. have White and Colored Trying To Deny NegroesOf In Aalo DeathBARTOW talking about equal oppor-
in a move to keep within the waiting rooms. Negro passengersfor tunities, human rights educationand Spike Washington
local segregation laws. He said, intrastate (within Florida) relegion.
however, that colored passengers travel are asked to sit in the rear. Their Right To VoteTAMPA (Special) -Criminal "But they fail to tell you that Improving Now
traveling.outside of the state will Those who have tickets- for interstate Court Judge R. H. Amidon their real interest is to fuse the '
be free to use any of the waiting travel, say to Georgia, for white and Negro blood; to createa LeroySpike" Washington
last raised the bond of
Thursday without veteran newsman and news
mongrel race courage,
rooms example, our policy is that they
In Daytona Beach the Florida sit in the rear. We don't emphasize (Special) -:T he National Association for the Advance- Timothy Eppingef. a Frostproof morals or principles, which in the editor of the "Florida Star"
East Coast Railway depot and the that-but it's usually done ment of Colored People Thursday charged Lt. Gen. Sumter L. Negro resident, charged with end will mean the disintegrationof who was taken to Duval Medical
Greyhound Bus Terminal were that way." Lowry, of Tampa, with making direct attempt" to drive Negroes manslaughter, to $2500. our nation and the complete Center last Thursday nightto
up to the middle of the week still News: accounts from everywhere out of the Democratic Party in Florida and take away their right, victory of the Communist move- be treated for injuries suffered
6- _6..._.. Eppinger is charged with responsibility ment." during'the holiday season -
usingColored" andwhite" reported the FEC Railway, ty y"
the NAACPwere for the death of PerryE. Isadore has been discharged: from
sign which operates exclusively in the These charges by After Lowry's talk
The,deadline for the ending of state, would comply with the made through R. W. Saun- that the move to integrate the Murray, veteran Polk County Singleton committeeman from the hospital and is resting at
interstate segregation was mid. Interstate Commerce order but ders, Negro field secretary for the races was part of the international legislator who was killed in a Precinct 2-C, asked Chairman hi* home. 53S West Union St.
in Florida, in Communist conspiracy to destroythe traffic accident Dec. 12. if the official meetinghad Washington was reportedly
night Jan. 10, 1956 according to a there may be some segregation for organization a pre- Waybright
ruling by the Interstate Commerce intrastate passengers. pared statement sent newspapers. United States. After a preliminary hearing, ended."It beaten and robbed by thugs
Commission. Saunders replied to a speech by At the same time, the New County Judge C. M. Wiggins had has" Waybright replied. during the holidays but did not
"White" and "Colored" signs.in General Lowry before the Duval York headquarters of the NAACP lowered Eppinger's bond to $1000 Then we Negro members of realize the extent of his injury!
Atlantic Coastline Railway depots Crasaier Masois. County Democratic Executive issued a statement similar in toneto and ordered him bound over to the committee do not wish to sit though ha had complained of

were being removed in the state Committee in Jacksonville Wed- that of Saunders, and termed criminal court for trial. in your meeting any longer and head pains. .
in several sections in compliancewith Ask For Report nesday night, in which the NAA- General Lowry's speech as "pure Capias Issued be talked about," Singleton said. When his condition appeared
the ruling.T. CP was brought under attack as fantasy. "We feel everything said by Gen. to be serious he was taken to

.E. Sossamon, ticket agent for OH Fiiuces an alien. "loud and arrogant" It said that the NAACP has "no County Solicitor Clifton M. Lowry has been vulgar againstus Duval Medical Center where it
the Florida East Coast office: in propaganda machine seeking "to secret purposes" and "we are not Kelly, in filing an information as members of the committee." was discovered that Washing.
Daytona was unavailable for cOmment mix and mongrelize" the people of Communists. We stand squarelyon i nthe case Thursday, asked the The 22 Negro members present ton was suffering from a fractured -
but another spokesman Members of the Masonic Crusaders the South by racial inter-mar the U. S.Constitution and seek bond be raised again.Judge Ami left along with a dozen other skulL: His condition-was
said: met with Grandmaster C. riages. nothing more than the citizenship don directed a'capias be issued Negroes in the audience.: White considered "serious" but careful -

"We still have our segregated H. Henry in an informal meetingin General Lowry also hit at state equality guaranteed by it. By for Eppinger's arrest, which members stayed for introductionof medical attention brought
waiting rooms. Fro heard nothing the Masonic Temple on Monday officials for what he termed ed. inference General Lowry has said would put the defendant back in guosts. No business was trans oSf hat list.It was learned thai
abouthaving them (the signs) of last week. Henry had ging and pussy-footing" the that the DemoeraM Party stands jail until he can arrange for the' acted after the walkout hi?recovery,will be slow.

taken down". (Continued Page 1)) segregation issue, and declared {ISIdauM em Dow It) additional baiL There are 54 Negroes on the








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.. Pablitke1 k>i Ik. Florf&i Star Pukluhbg c. TO EDITOR: This is another in a series of

Mai4.g AUfeu: articles written by outstanding leaders in American life
', P. 0. Box 31, JttkswIUe 1, ,...&. supporting the NAACP Legal Defense,and Education Fund
423 Broad Street, Jeclueavtile, Florida FH*NElLGW
4-3773 Inc.in its efforts to obtain through the courts full citizenshipand

ERIC O. SIMPSON ........ .. '" ...... ._.. ...... M..e .. Editor v3a equal justice under law" for all Negro Americans.BY .

Urejr "Spike" Walt.t. ...... ...._. ..._ ......... .... Nmn. Editor: GEORGE D. FLEMMINGS
C. .rho. J..toa ... ...... .. ."_. .:i,..__._.._... .._,_'. ti..., Staff National PresidentPhi
Beta Sigma Fraternity. Inc.
Member of Associated Ntgro Press
r""T People throughout the world know that on May 17. 1954 the
,' THE nOIBA SlAB STHHWS FOB: Supreme Court declared that segregation in public schools is un-

I. Negro Flrese ". constitutionaL: Then on May 31. 1355. the Court further stated thai
2. More Negro FeKce Oficers. all school districts
4. p must integrate public schools as soon as feasible
3..Squad Cos for the Ne re ,oI .. ... lt, e; To the NAACP Legal Defene Fund which spearheaded the fight
'4. More and Better Schools caul Speeding tip ei the this was a momentous s victory.The .
L' x
Bins cj Program. cases were won. but the fight has not been won and will
4 ., not be won as long as Negroes and other minority groups are dis-
criminated against in any phase of our democratic structure.

Intense and arduous labor en the part of the NAACP Legal
Four Jobs For A
Dime
Big a-+ Defense Fund has brought us far along the path of eliminating
second-class citizenship. History and current events have demon- \
T' Fx strated beyond question that the patriotic work of the organization
is bringing the actions of this nation into conformity with its preach-
Th fight against polio calls for more effort, not 1.... In ment and great historical documents of
the ahead. freedom and equality. It is
year giving greater stature to our nation and enhancing it as a moral
Why? Because polio hasn't been licked yet. Her are force in international affairs. Legal victories, vast in their scope,
four big reasons why this is so and why the March of Dimes I have enabled us to envision success in our struggle to be free by '63.

must continue to get our enthusiastic support. i In 1939 the NAACP Legal Defene and Educational Fund Inc.

Thousands bf polio patients'are still being stricken. Most was formed and incorporated- purposes were to render free.

of these people need March of Dmes aid, and they add heavily legal aid to Negroes who suffer legal injustice because of their race

,to chapter rolls already-swollen by those being helped by the I t or color and cannot afford to employ legal assistance: to seek: and
National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis as 1956 opens. promote educational opportunities denied to Negroes because of
Medical care financed by the March of Dimes has brought their race r color; to conduct research: and publish information oo
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about a dramatic decrease in the,death toll of polio. In 1945,. educational facilities and. inequalities furnished for Negroes out of
for example, the case-fatality rate (ratio of death to the total public funds.

number of new cases), stood at 8.7 per cent; by 1955 it had Tr JZ The many victories the NAACP Legal Defense Fund has won to

been brought down my more than 50 per cent,. to ML ensure first-class citizenship for the minority race is, in a very

But the care that makes this possible costs money. And ; large measure, due to the efforts and contributions you, Mr. Average
the care that Is required by those who are saved costs even I "AGAIN, CASTING THEIR DISTRUCTIVE INFLUENCE" Citizen have made to the Fund. But despite these victories there

more iu many coses running Into thousands of dollars for' remains many years of intensive toil and labor, together with fin-
one patient, to make life worth living. ticklish monetary questions to ancial sacrifice. We shall meet these challenges with determination
.. tempered and fortified with the knowledge that our cause is )Just and
Thousands of the most seriously stricken still depend on your mate or other trusted col-
iron lungs and other mechanical aids.supplied out of Marchof Your Weekly leagues as this may be one wayto our,methods legal and our devotion unwielding.
Dimes funds for every breath they draw. Cutting downon stave off the setback that is The NAACP Legal Defense Fund assures any individual or
that program would be like pulling out the- electric plug indicated. The failure to adopt a group that every action in every sphere of human endeavor to
Horoscope Guid eliminate every manifestation of inequalit ybased on ra -shall
on the iron lung.Research sound monetary policy could bring .
meted out It will workVntiringly
to eliminate job d'
work can't be cut either. The Salk vaccine about the problems or showdownsthat
the right to work is the
Which Are Your For basic to man's existence.
Lucky Days are not likely to strengthen
scientific but which
was a breakthrough one must be widened First must list bn thie
T on the Ciyj Rights Pro,
and followed up. Other, still better vaccines may emerge Business Love Travel partnership ties nor mutual economic Legal Defense Fund is getting Congre
from additional research. Vaccine, moreover, is not the only prospects. Practice Act-with full enforcemethe
objective of research. The National Foundation seeks new By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES 2i2--2O-53.73-14 NAACP Legal Defense Fund

drugs'for polio prevention and treatment, and new techniquestor right to vote-.everyone must hay
aid in rebuilding crippled bodies. It will take reasoning to separatethe SCORPIO is to be free. The free ballot i

.Finally, there's, a pressing need for more trained man- Born March 21 thru April IS false from the true as far as Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 22 Ask yourself a few in
power at treatment centers. That need will continue for a January 16th to 22nd news, advice and information are January 16th to,22nd from lynching than eve
long time to come. Children now being crippled must not Take stock of all the factors in concerneL Stick to your estab- This is another week when con- better neighborhoods tod;

become forgotten casualties when the long fight to conquer your environment as well as with- lished practices and procedures in flict, problems unexpected turnsof our teachers and children,
polio is finall ywon. n yourself that may underlie business or professional circles fortunes, and financial setbackscan ization of educational o;

And that fight cannot be won unless give generouslyto your disappointments and frustra-. and let the others trp out new become your lot unless you in the history of the wor
the March of Dimes. Let's get on the Job-and the March tions. Once you are willing to. methods or take the speculativerisks. maidntain poise and restrain your i I cars, where and when e
-now. recognize them, and the handicaps' Don'5t get involved with emotions. Try to see what is ing humiliated or em'

they create for you, you make it' your friends over money or af-. underlying apparently glamourour or in a cage separat'
easier to conquer them and to fairs of the heart, as you may bestirring offers and money-making groups? Can Negroes
About Insurance take your rightful place in the: up a ho?et's nest with'propositions before you commit South without being to
Facts w 0 r 1 d. Individual enterprise,i yourself to them entirely. The attend universities and

coupled with inspirational forces i 27th seems to be the day during same basis as any othe
will make it possible for you to: 1O0-2-13-C344-l90 this thord quarter when an ambi- The
BY TED REDDING anwer to all 0
A series of arises wriitea In simple language serve your own ends in good tion may be realized and. unex- other is YES : and
and designed to help the average vain or woman measure,Beware of deceptive in- Born July 23 _thru Aug. 23 pected promotions or raises may NAACP Legal Defense
fluences that entwine you in com- 16th 22ndIf be handed out.. But if you lose
to
to understand true facts about tareruce pell- January with brains lawhanls with
des. The series Is being writtea by Ted Reddiag, promising and costly situations. you are interested in your confidence in yourself or beat of whites and 1
.r an expert In the field of Insurance. 120$5.1772391TAURUS future welfare, happiness and around the bush, you could very for Negro Americam:
well lose out to else.
As a public service. Mr. Redding wtU saws prosperity, you would do well to someone United States of Am
any Insurance problems that readers may ba", put off intended showdowns and 4.335o17.89315SAGITTARIUS the world today, it is
Born April 20 thru 20
May
Address all inquiries to: Facts About Insurance make the best of your present sti- won through the tour
16ih io 22nd
.. Florida Star .. P. O. Box 5>!1. Jacksonville January nation. The 23rd is .another day
Complete cooperation with your Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21
1, Fla.
when your powers of selfcontrolmay
.. : life or business partner and a January 1'th to 22nd
Parent onen kind of takeout be put tor the acid test as
say. What is the best insurance vo
willingness to compromise and Check on everything that you
on my baby? Wen; that always invites another question: For far as your emotions finances and
accept advice are about the only read, hear or see; and do not let PEOP
what purpose is the insurance on the child to be used? College alliances are concerned. You can
ways to cope with the rather pow- yourself be goaded into making
education to the child started in business for come through with flying colors
or help get a study a erful and upsetting influences firm commitments which could
professional career or simply to accumulate a substantial amountof and be able to avert for good the
that are building up this week.A bind you for a long period to
controversies that can do no one
money? willingness to make the necessary come, personally as well as fin-
If the child is very young. I generally suggest "Endowment at any good, least of all yourself.
sacrifices even as far as finances ancially. The 24th is a fine day
age 18," which could be used for a college education. Age 18 is 'are concerned could fore- 9-88-40-12-67-606 for far-sighted moves to develop

usually the age that the son or daughter finishes high school and is stall the family marital or part- your studies and beliefs. The 25th B Rr
ready to decide what college he or she would like to attend. It that VIRGO t
nership problems can so again brings unexpected and con- aFes
would be best for this preparation at an early age of the child. easily arise. Continue to remainin Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 fusing gorces into play with detrimental -
Most anyone will agree that it is better to have a policy ma- the background and let trusted January 16th to 22nd results to yourself if you
turing at the time the young man or woman is ready to enter an associates handle confidential af- Attention to competitive methods let them take hold in your subconscious -
institution of higher learning than to have a scuffle to pay tuition fairs. and the creation of strong protect your well- f

buy clothes books and pay experiences. 3-10-66-18-87.442 alliances are important for the being and peace of mind on the
But there is one other question that is often asked: "What if I eventual achievement of your 23rd and 24th.
become disabled or die before I complete the insurance programfor GEMUTI personal aims. The tendency to 8-70-55-17-71-299

little Johnny or Mary and there is no one else to continue the Born Map 21 thru June 21 become overly critical or dominant -
pemium payments? The answer to that question is simple. Most.all January 16th to 22nd provides the greatest threat to CAPRICORN

insurance companies, now-a-days will attach a rider to the original Trouble with neighbors or relatives good relations in your intimate as Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
policy that provides for the waivers of premium, in case anything which'could spread into the well as public associations. You January lth to 22nd
happens in the way of disability or death to prevent the payer from home and professional environments will be on safer ground these daysif Strengthen your determinationto

keeping up the insurance. can easily be brought into you place a little more ,relianceon prevent others from overruling
That means that with teh additional payments of a few more being if you do not restrain your divine protection once you your decisions or intentions to }
cents per quarters, :the insurance designed to pay for the beloved own feelings and reactions. Be have done everything that is humanly take no risks whatsoever with
children's future education will be fully paid up, in case the two particularly careful about getting possible in your own behalf your funds friendships, and peace

above mentioned things should happen to the person that pays the involved in secret advertures,, or I of mind. If something good hap
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premiums on the insurance doing anything that will bring I 6-15-90-33-98-621 pens to you, or if you receive un-
The twenty year endowment is another plan of insurance, and frustration contention ill health, expected cash or other values

will do for the young man or woman anything that may be planned or lost prestige into your life LIBRA don't kill it by unusual demandsor
twenty years from the present age of the child and according to the (21st). Relax fully on the 22nd. Born CepL 24 thru Oct. 23 gambles recommendel by

face amount of the policy. 6-15.77-61-321-70 January 16th to 22nd friends and strangers alike. The I
The premium is comparatively low and' remains about the same This'is another week when you .difficulties that come by disregarding Features I

from age one day through age fourteen. CANCER must. refrain from setting your I all the rules you generallylive
If you Lave any questions about lit einsurance send them to Barn June 22 thru Julp 12 heart on unattainable goals or I by, such as prudence and
the "Florida Star 423 Broad Street Jacksonville: Florida. January 16th to 22nd from making either verbal or I economy, could prove painful to, 1400 WRHC 1400

This is the week when you may written monetary commitments your feelings and costly to your .
expect to reap the harvest of which could keep you in hot water purse.
Share Your WisdomNEW what you have sown heretofore: for some time to come. Entrust I I 1110-22-15--67-627

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YORK, (Global) In order to make life friendly five GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 ACUARIUS KNIGHTPresenting
thanks each day for the gift of life. Banish the shadow of worry Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. It
before Use this ceu,._. Lean mere afceat "MneH. Serf 10 ceets (ue 4mm January 16th to 22ad
from your face. Have communing moment each night \ ..>*) for each ...... *** ordered. ky ..tL lacJ..If .ddr.ssod.
retiring. In that sacred time, thank your Infinite Father for the ltalpel ......,e. Write ......". TM effer daces ant apply *. mtV.-tt Money remains the main sub- .
privilege of being alive. Decree. that the following day will be .f the ...lale. ef c...... ject of concern and contention as ,
replete with opportunities to serve others sad: the enjoyment of rich the week gets off to a fast start. 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly!

rewards for yourself. Ever does life manifest the verity that "the I PABLO, FLORIDA STAR A3TKAL'Qt* -I I The 18th is the best and only day

laborer is worthy of his hire." On the other hand where there is f. .. BOX MI to mee tothers on equal ground SWEET CHARIOT
no intelligent action or work no abundant wage can be expected. | JACKSQNYILLI I, FIX' I II and to arrive at a formula that -

NEW YORK. (Global -Don't live life in circles.Visualize the Nan II will protect the interests of all 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday .
incentive for making life rich and protective. Forget how many I concerned. Failure to do this will
things you own and concentrate. 'on that mode of living which will Ads4+su. I II onlp make the flames on conflict
grant you more security. If we ignore Infinite laws we ordain failure flare anew and.could prove disturbing BLUES IH THE1 KNIGHT
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and shame for our future. "Without vision the people perish" I City r. State I II in your intimate as well

says the prophet; New rhythms;, a lilting cycle of, advanced living Dole el girth as public environments (19th- 10:3012 Monday Thru Saturday
/will be established within as we develop the Cosmic mode of thinking I ... ACMM I 20th), Regardless of surface indi-
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GLADIOLA LADIES CLUB ENJOY "t'trl 1':"
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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY 4f)""
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Members and friends of the Gladiola Ladies Club enjoyed Ihts t 8eottDoti't

annual Christmas party held at the Recreation Center during the !Za 1J t *1R Ir.

Christmas. holidays. : w a spend hours in the kitchen on hot,sultry afternoon!

Serve a fresh fruit salad with Cheese and Tuna Casserolemy -
A large tree was beautifully decorated and surrounded by a s.. r
number of The $ newest Casserole recipe made with Carnation 3-Wnuta-
gifts. committee
program : planned an interesting ,. : Cheese Sauce.
program. Professor Carter T.Lewis and Ms.M. Jackson furnished the

music for the occasion. There were toe dancers .refreshments and w w wd -

Mrs. L. B. Callahan acted as Santa Claus.
N, awy
Mrs. Cora Lewis is the president and Mrs. Celia Anderson reporter. Myt

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MRS. McCLAIN IS SURPRISED ON HER BIRTHDAYMrs.


Liza Mae McClain of Philadelphia. Pa. was tendered a >.t

surprise birthday party recently by her mother, Mrs. Emma Watkinsin

an affair that was given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Brown,

1331 West 25th Street
b(
Mrs. McClain was the recipient of many useful gifts. The tradi-

tional "Happy Birthday" song was sung as she entered the door. ,t \.. '" '

Out of town guests were: Miss Juanita Thomas, Philadelphia Pa,
Members of the 3-R Industrial Club are shown here during a recent affair held by the organization. -
and friends of Mrs. McClain; Robert Smith of Hastings and uncleto
Shown here standing from left to right are: Mrs. C. D. Jones Mr. J. W. Bolden and Mrs.
Mrs. McClain. Other guests included: Mrs. Louise Hargrove Mrs.
Rosa M. Weaver. Seated in the same order are: Mrs. Edna T. Mayes. Mrs. Sally N. Simmons. Mrs.J. .
Vernell Glover, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Anderson, Mrs. Vivienne Eut-
W. Bolden. Mrs. Ethel M. Clegg and Mrs. E. N. Jackson.tfbcut _
say Mrs. Ozzie B. Williams, Clarence Bostic, Johnny Mack, Mrs. I :tZ _. : "' .

Vernetta Clayton, Mrs. Jennie Elbert Mrs. Lucinda Reed grandmother -

Mrs. Polly Hill, Mrs. Rosa Lee Shannon, P. Roberson, Miss Seoul Lavilla Club CHEESE AND TUNA' CASSEROLE

Virginia Tolbert, Mrs. Carolyn Limbric, Mrs.Doris Blackshear, Mrs. People Banquet Slates (Jl.akes6 servings)

Alice Slater William Lucas, Mrs. Mary Drigger, Mrs. Mophelia MeetingThe 1% cups(large cant]undated 4 asps cooled macaroni

Golden and the host and hostess. Will Feature CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK 1 cup((6...7 ex.cat)taw
The friends of Mrs. Izella Lavilla Community Civic
many V teaspoon tab % aspBcea oifoec
'
Fredricks will regret to learn that Guest SpeakerWhen Club will meet Tuesday, January 2 cups(about t or.)grated % cup chopped green pepper
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she was called to Atlanta becauseof 24, at 8 o'clock in the Abyssinia proce -typedcan cheese

Grand Matron Mothers' Club the death of her father. Mrs. Baptist Church corner Union and
To make J-AfMtufe Ctee* Sauce, ute longer) Pour Oeeee SaDcI
Fredricks resides at 812 Nadia the annual Dewitt Streets.
Scouters Ban-
tanner Carnation and salt in over macaroni olive and
tuna
Makes Official Plans Tea Even Street and is a member of Pallbearer quet is held on Jan. 26 in the cafe- The president, Rev. B. L. Wynn, saucepan over low heat to just green pepper mixed together and

Lodge No. 216. torium of Matthew W. Gilbert is asking all the residents of the below boiling (about 2 minutes). place 2-quart casaerole Bake

Visit To Courts School, the banquet speaker will Cleveland SttLogan St, Ellis St, Add cheese and stir constantly, casserole in moderate ore tSSO*
The Homeroom Mothers' Clubof Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus J. Mason of be W. A. Dobson, Regional Scout I and Union St. area to be present. until cheese melts (about 1 rain. F ) 29-30 minute

New Stanton Senior High 1692 Hiram St., returned to the Executive for the area covering i Home owners and renters of these

Matron Mattie Hargrove School will ponsor its second an- city recently after spending the North Carolina Georgia and Flor areas are asked to attend this James Weldon Johnson Band Chorus

ate Grant Court, Heroyfro nual Calendar Tea, Sunday, Jan- holidays with relatives and meeting.A ,

of Florida will uary 15 Jfom 4 10,6 p. m. in the friends in Atlanta Ga. Mr. and ida.L.. M. Argrett a veteran scouter I very interesting meeting has

visit to the I I1p Library of the School. Mrs. Mason also visited in Glen- and holder of the Silver Beaver been planned. Members are ask- To Be Presented In A Musicale HereThe
.
.
M Plans have been made by the ville, Tenn., and East Point, Ga., Award is serving as general ban- ed to bring friends. Refreshmentswill

Mothers and Teachers to make with relatives and friends. ,1?* quet chairman. He has the sup- be served. Some of the City

his affair one cf the most suc- port of other key supporters officials will be present. Rev. B. Chorus and Band of James before music lovers here.

this season. Each Home- Mr. and Mrs. Jake A. Mays and among whom are G. G. Littlejohn, 1. Wynn is the president. Law- Weldon Johnson School will be The event promises to be one

will represent a month and daughter Linda of New York City Hamilton L. Cheatham, L. R. rence Phillips is the reporter. presented in a Musicale to be held of the musical highlights of the

for that month will be were the guests of their parents, Aarons and G. A. Mackey.Mr. in the Gymtorium on January 27 coming concert season. The pro-

out ir. detail from the Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Dawson, 927 Dobson served as an En- at 8 p.m. gram is sponsored by the Band

ing to the refreshments.m Reiman St, recently.Brewster ,. sign in the Navy during World Bethune Circle The band was organized a and Chorus as a fund-raising pro-

.has been planned. War 1. His activities include mem- year and a half ago and is ject to purchase instruments. t

Lee Brooks, assistant Ministerial Monthly Meeting under the direction of Band Master Tickets can be obtained at the
bership in the Association -
Wilder Park Library, Group American Legion Com- J.T. Houston.The aggregationhas school.
as Mistress of Cere- been well received in its for
munity Chest, Social Welfare Set For Jan. 19
mer .
Sets Sheet ShowerThe Council, Better Films Committee, appearances.The Firms That Advertise With Us
that Chorus directed by Mrs. L.
t singing groups
Social Workers Club the Metho- Want Your Business
ogrammed are the dist Church and the Ansley Park The regular monthly meeting of B. Blackshear has appeared often Aad Respect Your RauSALE

iro", The Ebenezer supply committee of the Golf Club. He has served as vice- the Mary McLeod Bethune Circleis

>hn Baptist Choir and Brewster Hospital Auxiliary has president of the?Atlanta Rotary scheduled Thursday January

Etheridge who will planned a shEEt; shower for the Club presiden the Social 19 at 7:30 p. m. in the Mary Mc- SALE SALE' !"

solo. 'tiospitaL At the meeting recently Workers' orga ization, Atlanta Leod Bethune Community Center,

-r :'held in the hospital Mrs. Mary Ga., and a faculty member of the 531 West Beaver Street.

Betsch, chairman of the committee Miss Ondria King president of
Christian Cultura Institute which
[nity Club reported contributions already gives leadership training. coursesto the organization, has announcedthat UTSEY & LESTER

arriving. Mrs. Betsch also important business will be
w Officers the young people of the Metho-
presented a: list of friends who dist churches in Atlanta.M. discussed including plans for the SHOE STORE

city Civic Club hasAllowing have promi jed to make their con- L. Rudd Field Scout Executive annual trip to the Campus of

tributions in time for the formal who has done fine Bethune-Cookman College Day-
officers for a job
20% OFF ON ENTIRE STOCKOF
presentation; on the date of the since coming to Jacksonville a ona* Beach which is scheluled
6: Rev. B. L. Wynn,
qy [r. James Rose, vice shown sei Wednesday, February few years ago will render to the Sunday January 29. Final plans BUSTER BROWN
8. This occasion will be an opportunity citizens of Jacksonville his an- will be made and members are
Los N. Rose, sec
ies Clay, assistant for those who attend to nual program for the year 1956. requested to report th enumber of CHILDREN'S SHOES
know more about the purpose and to the Circleon
rnn W. M. Myers, Reservations will only be made guests planning join
the board of direc- 'program of the Auxiliary. available for five hundred guests the trip. FRIDAY & SATURDAY

N. Elians, assistant Working with Mrs. Betsch are and tickets are already in the Other business on the agenda
Mrs. Edna P. Adams Mrs. Lucille of Leader of the will include the anniversary ob-
Fan Deacon McNeal chair- possession Scout 221
; Hogan Street 1984 San Marco Blvd.
Clark, Miss Lucylle Glymph Mrs.
f the grievance committee East and West Divisions and it is servance of the Circle which is
) ;
Garfield Williams, chaplain; Helen Grimes Mrs. Hazel Over- asked that ticket be purchased in scheduled in March. The presenceof 215 Laura Street

fs. Love Thomas, member ship street and Miss Daisy Gilliard. advance as none will be availableat all members has ben requested.
Additional information will be
clerk and Mr. Lawrence Phillips, the door.
given by phoning Mrs. Olga Brad- Miss Frances WallaceOn
HattieBattle repo r.
ham president of the Auxiliaryor

Mrs.n by contacting any of the mem- NothersSlate Club Modeling TourIn

Mr. and Mrs. bers named above.
CALENDAR Nearby Fla.! CitiesMiss
New York City, Mr. -
Tea Event
en, Miss Lucile Stark -

and Mrs. Sophrina O'Leary, a EVENTS Frances Wallace, popular
StorkDeliveries fashion model from Jacksonvilleand .S..S.fuSNER
cousin of Mr. Kohn. The Mothers' Club of New Stan-
New York is currently making -
Everyone present helped to ton Senior High School has com-
The Celestial Spiritual Singers several appearances in various asnAq
make Mr. Kohn's stay in the citY'pleasant pleted plans for the Annual Cal-
will present the famous Davis parts of the state during this ,
and delightful. endar Tea Jan. 15, from 4 to 6
Sisters and Curtis Dublin, Jan. month.
15 at 9 o'clock in Stanton High Born To: p. m. in the library of the school. On Jan. 9 she appeared at Florida e ,WOtlD'S FJUTUT RHINO
This the "Motherhave .
PATRONIZE School Auditorium. The singers year Normal and Industrial Me- qwIi iidAlt 'rwGHTIHIP/(

hail from Philadelphia, Pa. and Sydney and Dorothy, Lewis, planned a "Sip and Sing Hour. morial College and Jan 13 in Daytona I and
Florida StarAdvertisers A number of singing have
are considered pne of the best 1044 Odessa St, boy Dec. 12. groups Beach. She is scheduled for ,.
been invited to participate in this UCKUNM. I
groups in the country.RIIIIHE'AIRE. Lorenzo and Thelma Badger appearances in Tampa and Ft.
affair. Mrs. Etta Lee Brooks
1841 Arletha Rd., girL Dec. 13. one Myers where she will be seen,on
of the new members of the Mo- ? All MIW fTOft&V
Abraham and Minnie Williams, Jan. 21, F.
thers' Club will serve as mistressof food tarto eWe*>
1150 Franklin St, girl, Dec. 14. On each occasion the model will
ceremonies. A number of ladies
Perunon and Carleen Brooks, show some of the latest in wo-

1530 Ella St, boy Dec. 15. have"hostesses.been invited to serve as men's wear from New York and TP rICroll fl'n KAA -rODAt1'

Weather Conditioned John and Virginia Young, 1945 Paris. She is being presented by %S
The months and homeroomsthat
Tuskegee. Rd, girl, Dec. 14. various fraternal and social or-
will have tables a rreJanu-
Willie O. and Ada Green, Rt. ganizations.
Friday and SaturdayLEX 9, Box 919B boy Dec. 15. ary: 10A-2; 10B-2; 10B-3; 10B-4;

STEPHEN McNALLY IN and Eunice February: 10B-5; 10B-6; 10B-7;
BARKER Sylvester Bailey, Mrs. Julia Lewis Gets
10B-8 March: 10B-9 10B-10 lOB-
"THE MAN FROM BITTER RIDGE" 1125 B. E. 34th St, girl, Oct. 15. ; ; ;
11; 10B-12; April: 10B-13; 10B-14; Honor From HospitalMrs.
'
Fred and Ruby Dixon, 1623 W.
also 10B-16; 11B-2; May: 10A-1; 11B1 Article in Reader Digest Reveals
23rd St, boy, Jan. 3.
THE BOWERY BOYS IN ; 10B-1; 11B-3; June: 11B-4; 11B- Julia McIntosh Lewis
Ernest and Louie Gardner, 820
"JUNGLE GENTS" 511B-6113.7; ; ; July: 11B-8; 11B- daughter of Mrs. Annie McIntosh,I
E. 3rd 51.. girl Dec. 23. Pre-Menstrual Tension '
Edward and Pearlie Dawson 911B-10113-i1; ;August: 11B-12;I 1410 W. 12th St was presented an Jittery
11B-1311A-l1IA-2; ; September:. award of a gold watch engravedwith
;
1325 Vine St.. boy, Dec. 27.
Tuesday 12B-3 12B-4 12B-5 12B-6 Octo- her name and 26 years of Needless !
Sunday Monday Della nd Doretha Williams Jr. ; ; ; ; Is So Often a Misery
ber: 11A-3 l1A412Bl 12B-2 service rendered to the Hope
FIRST JAX RUN ; ; ;
1842 W. 33rd St, boy, Jan. 2.
The War Against Narcotics Can Never' Step! See November 12B-7; 12B-8; 12B-9; Haven Hospital for Crippled Chil- Do yon suffer terrible nervous ten. stopped or strfldnzly: relieved
12B-10r December: 12A-l; 12A-2; dren. lion-feel Jittery, irritable depain and discomfort 3 out of 4
"CAIRO ROAD"and pressed Just before women got glorious relief
and DCT classes. In making the presentation, the yourto ,
Satsuraa NewsBy each month? A Taken regularly Pmkhaml relieves -
president of the Board of Direct READER'S DIGEST reveals such the headaches,cramps,nervous
RORY CALHOUN WALTER BRENNAN IN pre-menstrual torment is neediest tension daring and before
Satsuma to have theirsame tors Hon. William Hardin Goodman
glad
,
are
period. Many women never
Mrs. Cornelia Shorter misery In many cases! your
"FOUR GUNS TO THE BORDER"Wednesday pastor back for the new assured:! all present that in Thousands have already c1seoYawrer on the first day Why
I ered how to avoid such suCertn mould you?This start taking
Miss Esther Mae Doddy of I year. addition to the watch, a bronze With Lydia Pinkham's Compound Pinkham'k. mono you dont

Glenwood Fla. was the very They elected new officers for placque, dedicated to Julia Lewis and Tablets they're so much hap escape pre-mecstrual tension...so

and Thursday pleasant house guest of her sister the Sunday School and the will be installed in the new wingof pier days", less approach tense: as those "dimcult often the cause Get of unbappiness.Lydia E.

"THE SEVEN LITTLE FOYS" Mrs. Mae Pearl Doddy. B.Y.P.U. to serve for the year the hospital in honor of her Lydia Plnkham's I*led..u"t uuffrWwt Prakham's Vegetable -
The Doddy family motored to 1956. unselfish and dependable services. has a remarkable ,3 Mt.(.4 VMM pct Compound..
soothing effect on rtbf........iutnM,pu a I or convenient new
CmbToF Orlando Sunday afternoon. Services held Sunday afternoonat Mrs. Lewis is a member of St- the aource of such WesJirf rtli.l ....,..JMe Tablets which have
"SEVEN GOLD" 3:30: was enjoyed by all that James AME Church and the Alta dJQticss. In doctors' feet "-_-.. itj>"I\ blood building Iron

The .Church God by Faith of attended. Mira Ladies Club. tests, Pfn Ylram'r added.At...druggists.r ..... .



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Allen Christian ,Endeavor League Resumes Forums At St. Paul





Prime Civic, Callura! Leader I WIN DIMES SCHOLARSHIPS' I Hi. Ararat Lists Groundbreaking Matrons' ClubAnniversary



I Will i Speak At First! Forum ServiceThe I I Church Events At New Ml. Sinai In


I Set For
Allen Christian Endeavor League of St. Paul AME Church Mt. Ararat Baptist Church will Sunday

will begin its new year's Forum services Sunday with a determined conduct its Baptismal servcie Sunday at 3:30: p. m. the Ma-

effort to surpass last year's activities. Sunday at 7$0 p. m. The baptism Groundbreaking ceremonies are trons Progressive Club of Second

The Forum committee is most will be conducted by the pastor, scheduled Sunday! January 15 for Baptist Church will hold its sixth

fortunate in securing the serviceof Rev. Damon Dell the Rev. Dallas J. Graham. the New Mt. Sinai Primitive aninversary celebration in the

Mrs. Thurston Roberts, prominent The contest between District 6 Baptist Church. The site of the home of Mrs. Eva Mae Bennett

resident of the Riverside section Attends Conference of Mt. Ararat and District 7 of ceremonies is at 1824 W. 27th 2040 Mt. Herman Street.

a well known civic worker, ..........-_.-'" JI. '''' "- Zion Hope Baptist Church will Street. An invitation has been extended

world traveler, a leader among I The Rev. Damon Dell District Professional. Education is an important part of the service terminate Sunday at 4 p. m. at A program has been arrangedfor to all clubs and auxiliariesto

cultural and religious circles and Superintendent be present at program of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Mt. Ararat. Deacon Harris, leaderof the occasion beginning at 3 come out ad join in with this

wife .of Mr. Thurston Roberts the Jacksonville Mission Sundayat ,Among the 1955-1956 winners of scholarships are: left to right), District is urging all membersto p. m. club's celebration. A lively pro-
head of the Monticello Drug Com 3 p. m. to hold his quarterly Lartha tee Sykes Aberdeen Miss. student of Physical Therapy, be present. Music will be furnished by the will be rendered.
': University of Pennsylvania Mattie G. Miles, Macon, Ga., student gram
,makers of the world famous ; choirs of Mt. Olive Primitive
pany conference. The Jacksonville- District 19 will meet Bap-
of Medical Social Work, University of Louisville; and Adrienne Sunday
666. sion is located on Ave:B and Valentine, Philadelphia, Pa. student of Medical Social Work, afternoon at the home of Mrs. tist Church Rev. J. M. Dixon, The speaker for the occasion

On accepting the invitation, the Moncrief. 8rJu Mawr College. -- Mary Gillen 1617 Wilcox Street. pastor of :MHt Olive, will give will be Mrs. Ruby Morriessette.a ,

speaker expressed her interest in The District Superintendentwill District 20 will meet at the the T address for the occasion. religious civic leader of note.

speaking to the youth that they also hold his first quarterly church Sunday at 4 p. m. Others appearing will be Dea- Visitors are welcome to come

might get the advantage- her conference at Cotton Chapel Slate Services Dimes Campaign Districts 11 and 13 will meet con Eugene Matthews Rev. IL out and enjo y the program and

vast storehouse of knowlelge Methodist Church at 750 p. m. Sunday afternoon at the home of Robinson Rev. W. M. McKeever, listen to the speaker's message.

gained from world-wide experi The Rev. W. M. Littles, pastor of Rev. B. Boykins and Rev. R. Rol-
For Ml. Zion Aid To Mrs. Bryant. 1453 W. 19th Street. Others scheduled to appear on
ences. Mrs. Roberts has recently both charges is extending an in- Bringing District 26 will meet at the lins. Rev. W. R. Bradley is pas- the program are Deacon George

completed a round the world tour vitation to everyone to be presentat church at 4 p. m. tor. Walker, L. C. Chester, Mrs. Eva

and will have valuable informa both churches. Cotton Chapelis Green Cove Spgs.GREEN Victims Of Polio The sick members are Mrs. Bessie Bennatt Mrs. Lena George, Mrs.

tion concerning many ,countriesnow located at 21st and Buckman Tutson Duval Medical Center; Macedonia Deacons Annie L. Huff Mrs. Izola Flem-

making the headlines. She Streets. GREEN.COVE SPRINGS-The Mrs. Maggie Lane 1111 W. 21st ing ant Mrs. A. B. Darby. The

will 'give her impressions of life, regular order of service will Contributions to the March of Street; Mrs. Mavis Marshall 1067 Slate AnniversaryThe speaker will be introduced by
conditions and progress being prevail Dimes are pouring in with in- W. 12th Street; Mr. Robert Wash- Mrs. A. L. Huff
at Mt. Zion A. M, E. Church
made In countries of the Far East. G. creased volume this week,
Dr. H. WysnerTo I Sunday, Jan. 15. cam- ington 3016 Venus Street: Mrs. Deacon Board of Greater

The League service will begin Sunday School will begin at paign headquarters reports as Mamie C. Smith, 2805 Davis Macedonia Baptist Church will

promptly at 5 p. m. and will be Be '9:45: A. M. Marning worship at volunteer workers prepare for the Street; Mrs. Sadie Poye Duval celebrate their anniversary Jan-
Speaker
climax of the 1956 drive.
held auditorium of the Medical Center.
in the
11 o'clock. The pastor Rev. L. W. uary 29th at 3:30 P. M.
The for funds ends Jan-
church A special invitation is Tyler or his appointee will deliver appeal Visitors are welcome at all There will be a barbecue givenin
being extended.' all leaguers At, EbenezerRev. the morning sermon. Evening uary 31 and there is still ample times at the Mt. Ararat Baptist the home of Deacon Paris
time to give campaign leaderssay.
BTU members and other organizations worship will begin at 6 o'clock. Church. Walthour 1471 East 31st Streeton
The total national
amount
interested in the youth Choir No. 1 and Usher Board 1 January 28th at 8:00 P. M.
E. M. Hurley, pastor of needed,according to headquarters,
program. Adults are also requested will serve. The pastsor will deliver Everyone is invited to attend the
.. to be present. Ebenezer Methodist Church has the evening is $47,600,000. Half the net pro- MACEO LODGE affairs.
announced the appearance of Dr. message. ceeds will remain with local chapters
Come and the
early enjoy pro The Senior
from the starkAraral Gloria M. Wysner, a representative Missionary Societyof of the National Foundationfor INSTALLS OFFICERSMaceo
gram the Church will meet
of the Florida Chain of Mis- every Infantile Paralysis for fin- ,dQ
6 o'clock in Inveslilur&Rites .e.5
Tuesday evening at
sionary Assemblies, as guest ancing essential care for thous- Lodge No. 8 of Elks held
the Main Auditorium. Mrs.Naomi
speaker during the morning serv- ands of polio patients who need its installation ceremonies Thursday -
Mi. Ushers ice Sunday beginning at 11 o' Smith is president.A such help. night at the regular meetingof For Girl Scouts
three (3) State Rally has been
clock. The other half is needed to meet fie lodge. The officers were
Dr. Wysner is secretary of the launched by the Senior Missionary the rigid minimum required for installed by the Grand District _
Elect OfficersUsher Society and the Steward Girl Scout 303 of Cent
International Missionary Council epidemic aid, research, and for Deputy Past Grand Exalted Troop
Board. The states Florida Church will hold In
with responsibilities in the Near are: training polio scientists and pro Ruler John Powell of the First Baptist

Board 1 of Mt.. Ararat East Moslem work, Christian Georgia and South Carolina. The fessional workers.In District of Florida. ture Services Sunday, Jan

Baptist Church met recently and Home and Family Life, Christian I rallp will terminate on Sunday,:! this community a wide vari- Those installed were: W. R. at 6 o'clock at Central
January 29. The
held its election of officers. Literature, Study Centers for the ety of activities is in full swingto Davis exalted ruler; Joe Stafford following girls
Rev. L. W. Pastor their
Those elected to office were: study of non-Christian Religionsr, Tyler raise the needed funds. Partic- esteemed leading knight; O. H. promise repeat thj

Mrs. Corine D. Williams presi- Youth Work and Women's Work. Mrs. Ollie M. Berring, Reporter ularly gratifying, campaign lead- Benaby, esteemed loyal knight; ceive pins and cards a
Internal
She has returned froman is the interest shown this Al C. James full-fledged
dent; Mrs. Locie Smith, first recently ers say, Joyner secretary;
vice president; Elbert Robinson: extensive tour of Asia and the year by teen-agers who have arranged Gordon tyler; Cornelius Jackson Scouts: e-
Ha
second vice president; Mrs. Ella Near East where she conferred CHURCHNOTES their own fund raising inner guard; Frank Barnes, treas- Rosemary
-
I Willie Lee
Mae Porter, recording secretary; with Christian leaders. events. urer; and Leroy Evans, esquire. wood ?

Mrs..Vera Williams, assistant secretary As missionary in Algeria, Dr. Teen-agers and youngsters in I The trustees are O. C. Jernigan, Jiles, Sheila Jon ,

; Mrs. Rosa Lee Johnson, Wysner servel for eleven years the grade schools regard the polio' Mack Archer, Joe H. James Wil- Joyner Gwendol

finacial secretary; Mrs. Cherry during which time she was co- BAPTIST, MINISTERS TO fight as theidr light too, and want, liam Solomon and Leon E. Gonzalez Ruth Norman Joy

Johnson* assistant financial. sec director of a rural missionary MEET MONDAYThe to do their party Their efforts are Barbara Tyler an
retary; T. W. Lesure, treasurer; station at II Maten, North Africa; Baptist Ministers Brother- boosting the totafl of the commun- The lodge paid tribute h to Robert Young.

Mrs. Ethel Parrish. chaplain; Mrs. director of a home for Kabyle hood of Duval and adjacent coun- ity by a su tantial amount P. Stewart, the retiring exalted The following Troo
members will receiv
Pearl Timmons, chairman of program girls and Treasurer: for North ties will hold their regular weekly March of Dime! officials report. ruler who said that retiring from
cards and become ad
committee; Mrs. Corine Africa for the Women's Foreign meeting Monday, January 16th at this particular office was by no
of scouting Mrs. J
Clark, chairman of sick committee Society. While serving in Algeria, 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist means to be taken as retiring from ) :

; Mrs. Ruth Carter, ladies advisor sh ewas orfdained a minister of Church. Rev. R. H. Wilson is the Youth Council his activities with the lodge. He Florine Quarte Mrs. :

; Roosevelt Gaskin men's the Methodist Church at Constan- pastor. Rev H. H. Robinson is pledged his full support to the Mrs.Caesar\ Eliza Bush a

advisor and Mrs. Lena 0' Neal, president and Rev. Miller is the newly installed exalted ruler and
tine.Durngi and An,
Elects OfficersThe Herring
reporter. the services at Ebenezer reporter. would do everything to help him -
'
Mrs. Myrtle H. J
Sunday, Dr.Wysner will speak on carry out his progressive program. ,
leader.
the topic, "The Church in Its JERUSALEM BAPTIST The Youth Council of Shiloh

Community Group Ecumenical Witness." Music for CHURCH Baptist Church held its electionof .

the occasion will be furnished by Sunday School will begin at officers recently and the fol.. Cyrus Mason Family FLORIDA:

Choir 1 under the direction of 9:30 with the Supt. Brother Her- lowing offiers were electel: Visit Out Of State IN IVCOLORED

Sponsors TeaA Mrs. Sadie Fields Jeffers. man Singletary in charge. Preach- Yvonne Owens president; Ray

ing will begin at 11 o'clock. The Holmes, first vice president, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus F. Mason of H

ushers union will meet at 3 p. m. L. J. Coleman, seconl vice presi- Hiram Street spent the Christmas i
Patriotic Tea is scheduled Mrs. Mamie Rawls
in the church. At 7 o'clock the
dent; Erma Carter, recording holidays in Atlanta Georgia visit-
Sunday afternoon from 4 to 6 Sponsors Tea SundayMrs. devotion services will be conducted secretary; Pricilla Watson fi- ing relatives and friends. The
p. m. in the auditorium of JohnE. CHA
by Deacon Welton Flynn and
nacial secretary; Cary Holmes Masons also visited Tennessee and

Ford Elementary School, 1051 Mamie Rawls, a staunch William Toombs. Evening wor- treasurer; Hilliard Carter, chap- East Point Georgia where they

W. First Street. member of Varrick Memorial ship will begin at $ o'clock. Rev. lain; Robert Carter, business were in attendance at their fam- Bif! Winter Clearance
The affair is under the
sponsor AME Church and a stewardess of Saul Cooper is the pastor. manager; Frances Elaine Pickett, ily reunion which was a grand

ship of the Community Relations Board No. 2 has announcel that reporter; chairman of program affair. Mr. Mason is a retired )) 'Shop Now and Save
Committee, Mrs. Hattye J. Di: is
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST
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she is sponsoring a tea Sunday committee Earline Brown; chairman Pullman employee. They reportedan
chairman.A
general CHURCHThe of welfare committee, Ha- Men's Dress Pants $3TOO
has been arrangedfor afternoon in her home at 1592 W enjoyable trip.
program Latimore Gospel Singers
the occasion featuring a well 34th Street., will render a recital Sunday Janu- tie nest Hill Watson; sergeant-at-arms refreshment, com-Ver- All Men's and Boy's Jackets 20% Off
to ;
affair is planned
The being
4t known orator will be of the the city.Glee Also Club appearing of provide an afternoon of fellowshipand ary 15 at 3 p. m. in the Bethel mittee chairman G. Golsen; social Your Negro Newspaper Men's Shorts and Briefs 3-for $1.00
Baptist Church located Old St.
on committee chairman M. McCrayand
Stanton Senior High School under enjoyment Members attend. and Augustine Ro<*d. Rev. M. D. membership chairman E. Stands For The RightsOf Heavy Duty Dungarees $1.88
friends are invited to
the direction of Mrs. Alpha H. Demps is the sponsor. Hagen. The Negro People
Moore with Harold Nairn, Mrs. Men's 100% Wool Sweaters $3.25

Mable Davis, Mrs. Prudence Your Negro Newspaper TRUEWILL BAPTIST Rayon and Cotton Socks 5-for $1.00Men's
Intimate
Color Makes Room More
Aaron James Genwright and
Stands Fer The RightsOf CHURCH
other local artists listed to par Sunday School will begin at Tee Shirts 3-for $1.00
The Negro People
ticipate. 9:30 with the Supt. Brother Israel

Hill in services
charge. Morning
-.- --.. ... will begin at 11 o'clock. Evening 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

worship will begin at 730. Rev.
W. T. Miiloi I
M, D. Demps is the pastor. I

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Your Buick Salesman i r.is You Don't Hay to Go to Town to Get

Imites You A., Philip Randolph
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LOW PRICES.
To See and Try out 11 X On' Radio ProgramNEW


THE 1956 BUICK YORK- A. Philip Ran :3 On Your

3P dolph, President of the Brother-
the Best Buick Yet hood of Sleeping Car Porters and DRUG STORE NEEDS

newly-elected Vice President of

the AFL-CIO will be the guest on
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New Instrument Panel &iEi'
Trade With Your ; Store
WCBS Radio's public service pro- r. Neighborhood Drug
Sweep-Ahead Styling ___
gram "Let's Find Out, Sunday
New Power Jan. 8 at 11:05-11:30: a. m, EST. -_ We Win Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

New Dynsflow vn)'i: 4 He will be interviewed by Ed Y Your Local' P.PersWOOD'S

:, :, O'Neill of the Daily News and Ted _

SAMPLE ITS MOTION Poston of the New York Post on"Labor's
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DUE PHARMACY
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C.H W. T. Minton ,..\/"., "", Martin Weldon producer-nar- 1SS2 KIN4S UA1 d MYRTLE AVINUEFHtNK
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rator of WCBS Radio's "Port of
EX 84)573) .' New York," is moderator of this If the far wall of your living room seems distant and gives the EL 3-S3f7-n
room-. long, narrow look, try painting it a deep color that contrast Wt ftofirw W. des ff I M *color.' Prewlph.i
public service feature that deals with the basic room color, advises Margaret Hutchison color stylist
WILLIAMS BUICK CO. with problems of particular im- for the Martin-Senour Paint Company. Warm colors such as earth red
portance and concern to the inhabitants brown, or terra cotta are recommended. These are advancing colors PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE
3261 K'Highway and make the end wall seem nearer. They also tend to give the room
of Greater New York. a more intimate atmosphere. The deep tone however, should never bused BILLS AT OUR STOJIEhp
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Edward Waters College Approved For Veterans Training


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Registration For Veteran Training College Park Garden Circle Meets: I I Sweeps Winner

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Begins At Edward Waters CollegeIt Donates $5,000[ J


f To NAACP Fund E _

was announced last week by ester will be on January 30th and fCao d 'I

President William B. Stewart that
31st with the second semester NEW YORK The winner of
Edward Waters College has been
beginning on February 1st. t the Irish Sweepstakes has contributed -
approved for veterans' trainingby
$5,000 of his prize to
the Veterans Administration. ., Any GI who is interested in money
the NAACP Legal Defense' and
It was stated that the institution taking advantage of the "ew serv-
Educational Fund topping dona- %.
is now eligible to accept vet- ice may begin registration immediately 'x /
y r tions made by any individual Negro r
erans for training under Public for the second semesterat .ya
to this Fund since it was first
Law 550.Stewart. the college located .on Kings
organized.
also announced the ac- Road in Jacksonville. Studentsand
Arthur J. Burke of Brooklyn, a 1
credation of the college by the GIs de/iring: further informa- .
mail carrier
won the top prize of
Southern Association of Collegesand tion should make contact with the p'' I I
$140,000 in the October Sweep
Secondary Schools, and Dean of the College Dean Espy A '
stakes. In presenting his check to
stated that registration dates for for further and complete information -
Roy Wilkins at the national office
the beginning of the second sem- .
ARMD
s. a ks this week, Mr. Burke said: "I
0.C want to support the legal and edu-

Education Board Meets cational efforts to end racial seg- A Up of the Pepsi Cap to
Regional }: L J regation and discrimination in our these outstanding young
Americans who make our
I .M tr country. country and our community /.
In Oak Ridge Tennessee Jan. 25 26 4Vk. Accepting the donation on be- a better place In which to live. oJJ.'
e half of the NAACP'Legal Defense ; 4T

and Educational Fund Mr. Wilkins -

The Southern Regional Education The discussion meetings will G yIjp expressed his "sincere appre- S

Board has set January 25 and 1 take place on January 25 with a ciation for this most generous
1 of the Oak Ridge National contribution to our fight for
26 as the dates for the first regional tour '<
4 "
meeting to explore the industrial J Laboratory scheduled on the following j .' equality.

future of the South with 1 morning. ,' ..
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special reference to research and 'j .
(", GAVILAN SIGNS "'
development in nuclear and other "

new forms of energy. {< TO FIGHT FEB. 7
.
Governor LeRoy Collins of ParachulerBeals t1 JRPi iJ::

Florida SREB Chairman, has in- ,;} LONDON-Former world cham'
ar "
vited 16 Southern governors to Death pion Kid Gavilan of Cuba has
attend the meeting which will be \ 1' signed to fight Peter Waterman,

held in Oak Ridge Tennessee. 21-year-old British welterweightin

Included in the meeting will be London on Feb. 7. Promoter
state industrial development of- FT. CAMPBELL, Ky.-The sky Rh 2T4 Jack Solomons said the bout

well representativesRidge was filled ,with gently swaying would be over 10 rounls with a
as
I'll
paiachutes. and suddenly one S'L VIA BL'iNKft
Institute for 149 pound weight limit
went into*,a cigarette roll with New Stanton
and the Atomic
Senior High
only -seconds before a sergeant
would have plunged to his death. Pepsl-COla dealers salute
this student who set a good
But somewhere from out of the DesegregationIn team-mate: She is a member
: of the Creative Dan-
:
of parachutes fate stepped Y Club active member
ss I .. -ip:<""""' : cing an
Atlanta of St. Paul AME and
nd the hands of a big burly I : served as the attendant to "
Leslie Smith grasped the GARDEN CIRCLE GROUP-Members of the College Circle Garden Circle who met at a recent meet Miss Stanton". 4

t and guided him on to 'to discuss plans for the coming flower season are seen in two photos above. In the top photo seated But
left t oright are: Mrs. Lucinda Henderson Mrs. Julia Courtney. Mrs. Annie Belle Davis visitor. Mrs. . .-'

Elvira Shivers. Standing are: Mrs. William Jackson Mrs. Gertrude Guyton. Mrs. Julia Mae Brown.
James Closson of Ev-
Mrs. L. M. Cutliff (Pres.). Mrs. Gertrude Harrison.In ATLANTA-Desegregation is .
;.. flashed past Smith .
; the bottom photo seated are: Mrs. Thelma B. SnelL Mrs. Annie Everett. Mrs. Clara Jones. already underway in the Atlanta w, 4
'down, but Smith got r
Mrs. Fannie Mack. Standing are: Mrs. Ida S. Clark Mrs. Ella McKeever. Mrs. Willie Mae Jackson. Terminal Station for rail passen
grip on Closson's par- Mrs. Jessie Ford.Malthew .
gers.A 1 1WILLA.BD
I Negro sailor on a recent date
ded safely, to the took his seat in the white waitingroom
ors, who included W. Gilbert Graduation 2 Children Die
and sat for a long while unmolested S-S
tillwen.-Jr.
come -
and seemingly unnoticed F-11

borne 188th Division.Regiment He of Events Announced By Principal In Home FirePLANT bp Negroes the white continue passengers.to use the entrance

ith to private fastspott
\ to the white waiting room
Prof. Eu Gene J. Butler, principal kins, Miss J. Wright, Mr. Frede- CITY-The lives of two in passing to and fro instead of

red men of the 188th I of Matthew W. Gilbert High rick Hendon Mr.: Tom Davis. small children were taken when a the entrance taht has been designated

vp during airborne School releases the following information Prizes and Awards: Mrs. M. Singleton frame house on Renfro Street, so long as the "colored" en t

Smith who hails for the January 1956 Chairman, Mrs.. W. E. A. Madison Park was burned. A ker- trance.H. .

[Ohio was makljump graduating class of which Mrs. E. Harris Mrs. E. L. Jones Miss E. osene heaetr exploded in the bel A. Debutte presilent of the

and Serg- ML Charles is the sponsor. Holley, Mr. N. Davis, Mr. N. room setting fire to teh house Southern Railway Sysetm. biggestuser TOWNSEL

a8th.'MUSCLES. The class activities will begin Grant Mr. E. Kitchings, Mr. S. and burned Estelle Dupont age 2 of the station, said in a statement .

with the Three-Act Comedy play Bellamy. Decorations Bacculau- and Lee Dupont age.4 to death. concerning desegregation, Isaiah Junior Blocker High

a "No More Homework," to be reate and Commencement: Mrs. Jerome, 5 escaped.The that the system will comply with Pepsi fanfare for this
K given in the Auditorium of the Ella Jones, Chairman, Mrs. M. mother, Mari Dupont said the law and desegregate interstate student who is a memberof

school on Monday January 16. Wilson Mrs. C. T. Jackson Mrs.E. sh lighted the heater and went travelers by the Jan. 10 deadlineset rust the Class Boy rank Scouts and with has a

Student Government Day will be Harris, Mr. N. Washington Mr. next door while the children were in a recent IOnterstate Com- been cited for notable He

ACKe,tablet sort. aching.e pvwfera MUM held on Wednesday, January 17 Edmund Tolliver. Marching: Mrs.T. asleep and the heater exploded merce Commission order. services is also the and lead loyalty.singer in -

i fart.. brine Mnfrtit) at this time the members of the Geiger, Chairman, Mrs. J. Bell, setting the fire before the children Despite the mixing of the races the Senior Male Chorus-

IHM tvwl the priMripUeo ITANBACK tjrp formula..* Senior Closs will have charge of Mr. J. E. Thompson. Bacculau- could be rescued. The mother was at the terminal station, a spokes-

Ffr fart ,.aw o* atfa.'Popular the over-all operation of the reate and Commencement Program badly burned while trying to ge:I I j man said earlier, that the railroad >
school for the day. They will follow Mrs. Doris Jones, Chairman, the children out of the room. I also will comply with Georgia law

the regular routine as carried Mrs. A. Skinner, Mrs. L. S. Davis, The husband and father David' requiring segregation of passen-

out by the regular teacher. Class Mrs. L. H. Sweet Mr. H. Stafford, Dupont is in the service with the'I gers traveling within the state by iA4e

,Demand Night will be observed on January Mr. W. Henderson. Senior Enter- U. S. Army in Germany. I.designating a separate waitingroom
23, at this time superlativesfor tainment, Mrs. R. L. Martin, for Interstate Negro travelers.

the class, class officers etc. Chairman, Mr. H. Hart Mrs. F. .
WILLIAMS FLORIDA STARIN
K will conduct the program. The Cave Miss R. E. Frazier, Mr. W.

traditional junior-senior prom V. Scarborough. Collection of EVERY
AND HIS ROCKETEERS'Rock will be held in the gymnasium of fees, Mrs. E. M. Charles, Chair-

the school on Friday night. Janu- man Mrs. M. Gilmore. School COLORED HOMEJennifer I Church Reporters II

and Roll Music ary 20.Rev.. Gift: Mrs. Ella L. Jones, Chairman YA

Robert H. Wilson, the pas Mr. E. J. Butler Mr. G. B. Clubs Social. Groups
Monday Thru Thursday Nites tor of Bethel Baptist Institutional Nairn Mrs. E. M. Charles, Presi-

Church will deliver the Baccalu- dent and Secretary of Senior

8:00: p.m. to Midnight reate sermon to the graduates on Class. Public Relations: Mr. E. L. SEND IN YOUR

Sunday January 22 at 4 p. m. in J. Banks Chairman Mrs. R. Ally. N.fices-Clrb News

the auditorium of the school. The son, Mrs. A. Rosser Mrs. S. BETTY JEAN ANDERSON

SILVER STAR Commencement exercise will be, White. Student Government: Mr. Announcements Early June Weldon Johnson

held on January 26 at 10 a. m.' R. A. McKinney Chairman, Mr.J. Junior High

BAR AND GRILL in the auditorium of the school. Bryant Mrs. M. W. Oliphant y T. The This young lady is one of
for the occasion will G. SouthSide youngsters who
The speaker Mrs. E. O. Broadway Mrs. E. i is working to build a bet
"B" be Coach A. S. "Jake" Gaither, Word Mr. E. Bryant. Class Night:' ter community. She is a
5672 Avenue member of the IntramuralActivity
head of the Physical Education at Mrs. I. Knox, Chairman Miss R. FLOIffiASTAI grouP. secretary

Florida A. & M. University tat French, Mr. W. Scott Mr. M. F.! .4 of and the member Modern of Dance the Stud Club

Tallahassee. Wilson. ent Council.Co.srotaleNoas
Music for all Commencement

Veterans Education ProgramAT activities will be under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Doris A. Jones and Bethune Plans

Prof. George HilL Send er Bring Year Ma- from
The following faculty members New Girls DormThe r 1 Pepsi. Cole t. these

EDWARD WATERS COLLEGEEdward have been appointed by the Administration tidal! Behrtta Moa.., & wiM rlir.. n Merit! Award
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Waters College has Just been approved for Veteran'straining commencement to serve acvtivities.on the vari- Board of Trustees of Beth- Jones (above) stars in W.a.sodq Nowi. List** t* Pepsi Merit i

by the Florida State Department of Education. ous Fox film. Award MbtatioM o.
Class Play: Mrs. Pauline Smith, une-Cookman advertised for bids the new 20th Century TEEN-
APPROVED FOR P.L. 550 (Korean) VETERANS Chairman, Mrs. I. L. Knox, Mrs. on the construction of a new girls' GOOD MORNING. MISS DOVE." HtridoStar-423 Brood St. TIME Pepsi Cole WRHC, 1400

Accredited by The Southern Association of Ella L. Jones Mrs. Grace P. West. dormitory. The building is to be showing first run in Cinemascope Jccksenvitfe 1 Florid on year dial, Sots- 4
Colleges and Secondary Schools Stage Settings and Properties: Mr. of the most modern constructionand at the Roosevelt Theatre Wednes- 4e71. 10 -11 A-M.

Courses Offered J. W. Robinson Chairman, Dr. will be built with an eye toward day and Thursday. Jan. 18 and 19.

DEGREE L. G. Brown, Mr. R. V. Williams, the future growth of the It is an excellent story of a devoted AdvfM Us of Your Teas,
THE ASSOCIATE OF ARTS i rIa
Mr. L. Williams fast-growing institution.This school teacher who sees her yi
Mr. L. Parson t
GENERAL EDUCATION BUSINESS EDUCATION I Mr. C. Walden. Speeches: Mrs. C. is the first new"girls' residence students grow into adulthood ab- Partial. Mottfegs WtH InAtfrwice ou ;. : i

Courses I' Ross, Chairman, Mrs. D. G. Mc- building to be constructed sorbing the many virtues she $. W. Can Ar- ..
Diploma Ghee Mrs. A. Warren, Miss Irma since Curtis Hall was completed. teaches.All .
t
BEAUTY CULTURE THEOLOGYThese Jackson Miss Rossie French. The building along with the recently teachers of the Duval.County rwffo T. Send A Phorogrtpfor. d a

Courses are Offered in Music Mrs. D. A. Jones Chairman completed Richard Moore ,school system are invited and .

DAY CLASSES or NIGHT CLASSES Miss H. Stoddard, Mrs. M. Gymnasium,' helps to make the urged to see this film which -r
Oliphant Mr. George HilL Tick Bethune-Cookman campus one oi shows that there are many rewards
FOR SECOND SEMESTER BEGINS
REGISTRATION MONDAY. JANUARY 30. 1956 ets For Class Play:' Mr. M. Guy- the most modern and beautiful from teaching that are NO CHARGE Peps Cal.D..len la '

ton, Chairman, Mr H. Stafford,,, among Negro colleges. It is expected seldom acknowledged. Co-feature .f
FOR INFORMATION WRITE: OR CALL building will be also tint I For Nfvs Pfetures ou JacksMvillehave 1
Mr. W. Watson. Superlatives and that the : on the same program or 1.ii
A. Espy Phone ELgin 6-3343 '
Dean lames Florida Honor Students: Mrs. Ruby Hum ready for occupancy during the i run. U the new drama. BLACK >.ii

Edward Waters College Jacksonville. I phrey, Chairman Miss L. E. Jets school year 1956-57. 13. I I aeaeli wDn& 1UD116 Pepsi

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Putnam County: News Guidance Confab MARCH OF DIMES s a SUPPORTERS_____HUU __ I Fla. State Fair UM Instructor J

BY E. J. VBEEN raa.

I 688 sadism Pheo Street East Palalka 5-3025 Florida At FAHU Slated Plans AnnouncedTAMPA Will Serve Al I



A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK For Feb. 16,17TALLAHASSEEDr. Press WorkshopTALLAHASSEE
Preparations for the
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Happiness Is a product of goodness//
biggest exhibition in its historyis

Last week Miss Yvonne Lewis was,very grateful for the invita- B. L. being made by the Florida Norman D.

lion to be the Florida Star's gu est to the movies.: She had as herHarris Perry, conference chairman, has' + Fk State Fair's Negro Women's Department Christensen, director of student

guest her aunt Mrs. Alene C. : announced plans for the fifth an-I' announced General publications and associate professor -

This week our invitation goes nual Florida A and M University Superintendent Mrs. Melvin H. of journalism at the University

out to a young lady who lives in with her mother, Mrs. Jackson.Mr. Guidance Conference scheduled II Sweat. Dates of the 1956 state fair of Miami will serve as consultantat
the vicinity of Central Academy for February 16-17. I .c: Yc are Jan. 31 thru Feb. 11. the sixth annual Florida A & M

Elementary SchooL She lives with and Mrs. Lee Davis and I (Left to right): Judge Carl R. Johnson Kansas City, Mo.; University Interscholastic Press
The conference, sponsored annually -I Mrs. J. A. Jackson, Charlottesville. Va.. Grand Secretary: Orderof The superintendent in direct Workshop scheduled for January
her and is
daughter formerly a family were the very pleasant by the Division of Stud Eastern Star of Virginia; and Andrew A. Means, building contractor charge of the exhibits in this department 27-28.
resident of Jacksonville. She recently house guests of relatives and Mr. ent Welfare of the University, isI I of Gary, Indiana. These March of Dimes supporters ask said Mrs. Sweat, will be
o joined the Calvary Baptist DtTis mother in Lake City. Fla. yea to be generous in the 1959 appeal fpr funds Jan. 3-3L Christensen is wedely recognized -
Church. This designed to strengthen the guid- Mrs. Thelma Allen. RFD 1, Odessa as one of the nation's foremost -
young lady possesses ance programs throughout the as before. Assisting Mrs. Allen
authorities in the field of
a very pleasing personality. I am Mrs. Beatrice Brown had as her Pomona Park NewsBY
will
be
state; provide professional exper- Mrs. Dorothy Figuereda, student publications will be make
she knew the Invitation is Bells
sure house guests during the holidaysher Wedding
torksr. ience for guidance workers and Tampa; Mrs. Beatrice Johnson, ing his second consecutive appear-
son and his family of Miami. administrators and encourage increased Odessa; Mrs. Alma Bailey, Scotts
in the
Applications for Marriage ance as a specialist year-
articulation of the guidance Creek, Tampa; and Miss Martha
MRS. FLORENCE McBRIDE LicensesJoe book section at the A & M.. confab.
Mrs. Ines T. Boyer. of Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Sharp services among the various Allen, Odessa.

Florida and her son-in-law and and daughter of Lake City were educational levels in the state. Members and friends of Allen The Negro Building at the state

daughterDr: and Mrs. B. Von the dinner guests of Mrs. Beatrice. The theme for the 1956 confer- Chapel AME Church enjoyed the Nixon, 7934 Dekle Ave., age fair will be opened for entry of
Carlton of Prairie View. Texas. Brown on Christmas Day. services 45 and Lillie B. Blackshear, 7934 tM
ence is "Expanding Guidance Sunday throughout thedaY' embroidery, crochet work, tatting,
gave one of the season's most Services in Florida Schools." The The presiding elder delivered Dekle Ave, age 29. quilts, and crocheting and

colorful parties honoring their Mr. and Mrs. Lee Davis and planning committee has studied the morning sermon and held the Wm. C. Odol, Jr, 1075 West knitting rugs in wool and cotton, Sat- MARCHDIMES

house guests Mrs. Mary J. Lawson mother motored to Quincy to take carefully the evaluation of the last quarterly meeting. Union St., age 25 and JacquelineL. urday, Jan 28, 8:30: A. M. to 8:00:
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Lawson the grandchildren of :Mrs. Brown The R.... .
1955 conference and has structured pastor. Stark preached Bowen 1445 W. 9th St, age P. M.
and daughter Miss Mary Jane back after spending the' long nolidays the program so as to providefor the evening sermon. 24. OF
here with her. Other articles which be
Lawson who recently was presented discussions by interest groups may .
James Williams 727 W. DuvalSt
by the Links of St. Petersburg and also to provide competent resource Mrs. Florence McBride, Otis entered on the same day: are pre- /It

and Tampa. Fla.in the Third GRAND WORTHY MATRON personnel to discuss pre- McBride, Jr., Florence Williams age 27 and Maude Campbell, serves, pickles, canned fruits and

Debutante Ball.The VISITS PALATKAMrs. determined professional issues and Dewey Williams, Jr. visited 727 W. Duval St. age 29. vegetables, marmalades, jellies l&t4upRY
Ines T. Boyer. GrandWorthy Johnny E. Slaughter, 729 West and potted plants.The .
affair began immediatelyafter that are involved in the expansionof Mrs. McBride's sisters, Mrs. Ber- t tt
Matron of Bethelhem Church St, 24 and Carolyn a W6 5 e
the balL Many guests were I guidance programs in this state. tha Foreman and Mrs. Mamie age building also will be open- 2 S 'S 11v
Order of Eastern Fair 1211 Weare St 16. t,
Grand ,
Chapter ,
presented by Miss Miriam Anderson. The conference is sponsored Perry in Augusta, Ga. during the age ed for receipt of all such entrieson I '0" "9 10 stt

The Beyer's resident was Star of Florida. made an official with the endorsement of officialsof Christmas holidays.Mrs. Isiah W. Brown, Rt. 9 Box 1025, Sunday, Jan. 28, 8:30 A. M... to .2't t 13 26 21 sa

decorated with flowers in the appearance visit here last Thursday. She was the State Department of Educa- McBride visited other age 19 and Irena Prater, Rt. 9 Box 8:00 P. M., and on Monday, Jan. t ;

of an enchanted garden. the. guest of Dr. and Mrs. Von tion and the president of Florida friends and relatives in Aiken, S. 1026 age 15. 30, 8:30 A. M. to 12 noon. 29 10 91

Mrs. Fannie Stone presided at the Charlton. Agricultural and Mechanical University C. During the New Year holiday, Ernest Bostic, 124 Orange St, On Tuesday morning, Jan. 31, ,

dining.table dispensing hot coffee The official message Masonic was Temple givento : Dr. George W. Gore, who she visited her son-in-law and age 21 and Rose Q. Garvin, 426E. opening day of the. fair, entries of I 0 h ,
the
the at
and spiced tea. group also serves as ex-officio chairmanof daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence. Ashley: St, age 19. cut flowers will be:{received at

Among the honored guests were on Thursday: January 5th at the conference.It Rowe of Lake Wales, Fla. Louis Johnson, 662 W. 8th St. the Negro Building) front--.8:00 to
5 p. m. Many interesting points
the Links of St. Petersburg. Tam- and the of is anticipated that college age 33 and Gladys Curtis, 662 W. 9:00 A. M.Flowers. '

pa, Orlando and Tallahassee,, Florida her were contribution given to summary the Grand presidents, public school officials Mrs. Mary Williams of this city 8th St., age 19. entered must be hon::

and their escorts;.the debs es- Chapter. and teachers of the state will cooperate spent the Christmas holidays in Haywood Payne, 1566 W. 10th grown. Other entries must

corts and their parents Miss Lawson's The Grand Lodge officers were in the usual manner to Columbus Ga with her daughter. St, age 23 and Mattie Bell, 1529 new, clean and strictly
and Mr. A. J. i make this conference progressively and son-in-law, Cpl. and Mrs.
sponsors: Prof. presented. They are as follows: Horace W. 5th St, age 23. made, and the handiwork

Polk of Tallahassee Miss Anna I Dr. N. B. Hester, 33 degree W. G. more successful. The expected Anderson. Willie Ward, Jr, 3320 Franklin exhibitor. No garments

Polk, Dr. and Mr. J. A. Long Jr, Patron; Theodore R. Lawson, 33 phenomenal increase in school St., age 22 and Elizabeth Jones, hibits under glass, wiljj
Mrs. Georgia Mae McDonald !
Mr. enrollment by 1960 strengthensthe o
Miss Lawson
god-parents of ; I 1144 Pacetti St 19. ed.
degree chairman of necrology; age
Henry Oliver, escort of the hon- speculation that there is dire Inwood. N. Y. was here to visit.
Mrs. Lizzie Williams, grand assistant L. Austin 632 W. Duval
Bobby
,
oree Prof. and Mrs. Edmond Nor- I need for the integration of guid- Mrs. McBride during the Christmas :
; I secretary of endowment and St, age 19 and Geraldine Cleve-
wood of Florida A. and M. University ance into our curriculum and for holidays. St.C
Mrs. Minnie J. Lawson, Grand land, 632 W. Duval St, age 16. .
the of those
Mrs. Flossie Taylor of Pa- expansion guidance
secretary of endowment. the Christmas Willie Wells, Jr, 2327 W. 45th
During
latka. Prof. and Mrs. H T. Burneyof services that should serve the holidays
Reports from various secretaries St, 21 and Milease.. B. Brit-
Crescent City, Miss Barbara growing needs of the youth of Miss Annie Lee Herlong of Richmond age
Dr. and treasurer: of the chapterwere Florida. Heights Fla. visited her ton, 5619 Verbena Road, age 23.
Norwood of Talladega College
held
given. Elections were
and Mrs. B. Jones,of Miami Mr. and installation ceremonies were Other persons serving on the :grandmother Mrs. Carrie Her-

and Mrs. McRae of St. Petersburgand I given by the Grand Worthy Matron conference committee are: A. A. long. 1
Jacob White of Abraham, school of' education,
Dr and Mrs. Florida INGROWN NAIL
had by
who honored
Mr. and Mrc. John Herlong of
I Flori adAgricultural and Mechan- 4
Tampa, Florida. International Wor- HURTING YOU
being the Past
ical University; Mrs. Jessie Ad- Sanford, Fla and Mr. and Mrs. 9tt

Miss Lillian McMillan, who is a thy Grand Matron and Lecturer.At deny: counselor Bond Junior Albert Epps of Orlando, Fkt,I W- Immttlalt <
the close of the session a social Relief
student at Walkers Business Col- High School; Mrs. A. C. Briggs, visited their mother during the
: was given.The hostesses were Christmas A few drop of OOTGRO beta* blerwlrdtef T
len of Jacksonville returned to counselor for freshmen women, holidays.Mrs. fcw tormmunir wm of tn r wii n .
Sisters Alberta Redding. Mary OUTGBO toughen*uUdcta mxlerncath the
school after the holidays I' Florida Agricultural and Mechan- -.. t.b.get u.d 8'
spending Jane Lawson. Amanda Williamsand mufwSv; .iB. f hR
with hw parents Mr. and Mrs.Lee ical University: ; Mrs. R. B. Bru- Amanda Clay is still ill in ta nrnOj U it alI.ton..
Lucy Hsmm. They were assisted -
ton, counselor, Griffin High the hospitaL
Dari*. by brothers T. R. Lawson
School; Miss E. M. Calhoun, dean
and F. Coley.
of women, Florida Agriculturaland
Miss Gertha Limbric of Wal- The following members made
kers Business College of Jacksonville presentation of gifts: Sisters Adell Mechanical University; W. E. POLITICS AS USUAL
Combs, consultant, Special Education -
spent the holidays home Mathis Goldia Long, Clara Mann
State Department; J. F.
Rosalie Young and Rachel V. Wil
Condell, Director of Test Service
made to Mrs.
liams. They were
Bureau, Florida Agricultural and Continued from Page 2))
Mr. and Mrs. Von Charl-
Boyer,
For Quick Service ton, Mrs. Williams Mrs. Lola Mechanical University; Mrs. Minnie taken for granted as a part of the democratic American way of life. s

and Courteous AttentionTo March and Mrs. Roxie Rice. Fidelds, consultant, Special But gains and advancements do not last forever. Freedom is'

Education,State Department; Mrs.D. never free. Must be fought for over and over again. He who wins 3z'.s

Your Cor Needs Mrs Carrie Barr returned to G. Holmes, supervisor of education today may lose tomorrow, unless enetral vigilance is exercised. It a

Philadelphia last Friday after a Leon County; U. G. Home, is our luty to keep the Legal Defense Fund strong.
Drive In To
very pleasant visit here with her counselor, Lucy Moten Training Your contribution .can secure its strength and help hold the

DUVALSEIVICE mother and other relatives. She School; Mrs. A. D. Howell, coun- gains made. The support from all liberal people means the necessary -

STATION also visited her brother in Lake- selor, Lincoln High School; the financial strength. As you know, it takes money to hire law-

land. Mrs. Blair was shown Rev. M. G. Miles, Director of yers, prepare cases for the Supreme Court and conduct the educa-

Daval-and Myrtle around by the Star reporter and Student Activities, Florida Agri- stional programs which bring about changes and improvement in

Phase EL 4-9162 was very much impressed with cultural and Mechanical Univer- our status.

the improvement made on Central sity; and Dr. G. L Porter, execu- Your contribution at this time is needed as an investment in

ACT. Yf. J. UA ItlC. ". Academy: High School, and other tive secretary, Florida State our all-out struggle for complete democracy. With your help we h

improvements made around the Teachers Association. can make the final push now or we shall stand at a later date once '- -- '-" -
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city. Mrs. Blair was once a resident again bewailing the fact that we came too late and gave too little.

of this city.LEARN We must work together' as never before so as to enable the WILLIAM '-
"BILL" SENIORS /
No snrgofy needed HOROSCOPE GUIDE NAACP Legal Defense Fund to achieve its objectives-a great moral

force which duty is to safeguard and promote the moral welfare With His

to reduce swellingof TO DRIVE, (Continued from Page 2)) and the political liberty of all Americans. Never in the history of

the world has an organization done so much, with so little for so Bird Jamboree
cations the 21st-
The Qukfcert The Easiest you can expect Early
painful l piles! I Wey Te learn 22nd to furnish the conclusions many people as that of NAACP Legal Defense Fund.

which will be unexpected, disruptive Don't be a parasite. Do your part for freedom now. Make Monday Thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
la doctor's tests, amazingnaw
AJAXDRIVING contribution today to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational -
autnlfea Paae instantly relieved and costly in many ways. your
pfies torture Gave Internal and SCHOOL An old and trusted friend may Fund. 107 West 43rd Street New York 36. N. Y.Elitor's OVER STATION WSTN
external relief without rltattanlly113tdu ( Note: Contributions to NAACP Legal Defense and
solutions and
the
hold the key to
Hew Ba&ca&T-proved pattutcnmg rnsut CALL EL 44)639) restored harmony. Educational Fund can be deducted from your income tax.) St. Augustine's Most Pouplar' Station

vslfc In comfort I anpileIdes George Perpena 4-12-90-88-53-382. rtxxr -

remedy. 1134 W. 5th Street la Oatouel at
or drutgista- PISCES says oal.eCP rnr wlouTihJLYFiR1lYtdf rT1At LAN 1 WMCJOA
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January 16th to 22nd Yr
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conflict with your mate, associates, z

or chiefs, no matter what justifi- -1- n 41J4Y. .

cations for it you may find. All

the power seems to rest in the

hands of others, foes and friends

alike and if you are wise you will .
%retplOI
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the latter. Take all precautions

against saying, writing, or listen- f ...
to the things which
ing wrong lWH05 THAT (GOW/C'ANM,6f&/ BUT DOK'T' l0U LIKE R1.S BURRtRlf A1R TEAM 1lCDi
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SIAC Basketball Tournament Set For Feb. 23, 24, 25Cage. f food wrap ever most developed amazing a'! ,II


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Teams Go Iilo Compelilioa GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURYSPORTING r'. Get High New School Grid Coaches Rules While Sox Inks legroes' Attempt



Far Goiierefice Tille Al' Tiskeegee lIN.SASNEOAN(JOS l.OUIS NASHVILLE High School Minnie Minoso To Play Golf On

EXPLOSiVE football coaches and players will
RkSHr 70 KNOCIC' 4
be introduced to two new rule Georgia Course
Our UL/NO CHICAGO -Minnie llinoso,who
TUSKEGEE ZCUOUIV /1\1 changes when the season opens
INSTITUTE Ala. The annual Southern Inter- has been a mainstay in the Chicago -
collegiate Athletic Conference Basketball Tournament will be held FOlJR"cns: .Q.OUNDS'AI 7NG .: in 1956 throughout the nation. White Sox pennant drives Meets Rebuff

here on Feb. 23, 24 and 25, in the Logan Hall Gymnasium.The CS'REArES'TFN7S ... The new rules were adopted-at has signed his 1956 contract,
dates of several proposed OC"7N8 the close of a two day meeting of whose salary is estimated at
track and field C;; RY the rules.committee the
meets were released of Na-
Saddler $35,000 is one of the highest paid COLUMBUS, Ga. Five Negroeswere
here last week, along with BegiisTraiaiig # tional Federation of High School members of the White Sox club. turned back-at the club-
the dates of the 1957 SIAC Bas- i'f. Athletic Associations.One .
The slugging outfielder;; of the house this week when they madean
ketball Tournament and the Tus- s.I ,
change authorizes officialsto
For \ Sox did not have such a brilliantyea attempt to play on the Colum-
kegee Belays Carnival. 's. call a penalty whenever they rin 1955, which .marked the bus Municipal Golf Course the

These dates are as follows: detect a coach signalling to players first time the star has signed first attempt since the decisionwas
SIAC Basketball Tournament Title Match on the field. The other pro- without fuss
) rl a according to a handed down by the U. S.
Feb. 23. Z'", Z5.Tuskegee Institute 1. vides for starting the clock aftera statement made by Chuck Com- Supreme Court.
Ala. r time-out called by an officials'
iskey, new general of the
manager Nolan Hurrah, course told
Florida A ftnd M Relays. March SAN FRANCISCO Anxiousto signal rather than by the snap of Sox. pro
i -. the Negroes he had no authorityto
Tallahassee Fla. avenge a loss last July 20, the baD.
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"Any player is entitled to sell them tickets to play hte
Prairie View Relays. April 6. 7, world featherweight champion
have one off year and Minnie was course, which is owned by the
Prairie View Texas Sandy Saddler has begun inten-
so superior to most players we'd city and operated by the Lions.
Alabama State Relay April 14 sive training'for his title fight Ernie Banks
all have very short memories if Murrah described the men as
.
Montgomery. Ala with Flash Elorde Jan 18. ,
we thought about cutting his sal- being "courteours"Dr.
Xarier Relays. April 21, New The 15-rounder in San Francis y
Orleans, La. Turns Unionist ary; said Comiskey. T. H. Brewer, who arrivelat
co's Cow Palace will be nationally
oasow
Tennessee State Relays, April televised with the local area ,> R
28. Nashville. Tenn. SQUARE t there may be'early legal action to
blacked out. ;
GARDEN
Tuskegee Relays Carnival.. May Elorde, whose left-handed styleis LAG/3/93S \' T i 4il1 CHICAGO-Ernie Banks, the Bob Baker Meets open the course to Negroes as in
4. S.Tuskegee Institute.Ala. slugging shortstop of the Chicago Atlanta.
SIAC Track and Field :Cham confusing, woii a unanimous Cubs and considered the top Richard Wood one of the five
decision over Skddler in a bloody shortstop in the major. Hurricane Feb. 3
11. 12.Atlanta.Ga. leagues, is said he has played many coursesin
non-title 10-rodnder in Manila.Saddler's now
organizer for Warehouseand
the North and West and claim-
Jxan&ers protested to Mail Order;Employees Union ed that all five of them shoot in
no avaU'ind the champ has been Local 743. NEW YORKBob Baker of
the low 70's and 86's.
;for Elorde ever since. Pittsburgh and Tommy (Hurricane : -
The young ball player's fatheris Others in the group were Harry -
) Jackson of New York
the 26-year-old Saddler, theace
IT UP a member of the Teamsters
Winn, Hugh O. Clark Eddie
agreed to a 10-rOund heavyweightmatch
s show will be his 160th Union Local in Dallas, Texas.
Walker and Richard Hunter.
Feb. 3 at Madison
has lost only 15. Friday
BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON President Don Peters of the Square Garden. Baker is No. 2 .
is reputed saving Union Banks
local, said has the contender to
Champion
Rocky
farm in his nativet
ability to do an excellent off Marciano in the latest ring ratings

he .may not be WELL,THE 2nd OF JANUARYIS 658 ballots by a nation-wide season job for the union. and Jackson is No. 3. WATCH THIS CLOWN

h..to the kitty out OVER and Governor Marvin tribunal of sports authorities. Banks will work for the union Baker outpointed Nino Valdesin

.t. ..., Griffin's Eleventh Commandment Dillard was the 16th track man to until March 1, when he will leave a dull 10-round match at 9-56-23 "

I an Orinda Calif. (["Thou shalt not play againstany win the award in 26 competitionssince for spring training. Cleveland, Dec 7. Jackson was

fight manager,,i N--crs") has been broken. 1930. He received 1,375 beaten by Jimmy Slade at Cleveland 73-382-13:

I ll district court I' The Pitt Panthers lost to the points to win over the second Oct. 28 in his latest start. r

ager Lope I' Georgia Tech Yellowjackets 7 too choice. hander from Panama City, Pan- The match will be the next 1 8

$126,986; 10 ) and Bobby Grier the only THE UNITED STATES will ama. Pat who is 30 years old boxing show in the Garden which .

i of the com- Negro in the game was held re- present its strongest gym team in played with the New York Cubansof will be occupied by an ice show 2 6'

unting of all sponsible for the loss of the gameto history at the 195* Olympic the Negro National League; the starting Thursday. It will also be 7 4

Martin charged Tech. So what? The score has Games that will be held in Melbourne Alemendares team of the Cuban the first Garden match after the '

t, contending he been settled and everything is Australia but accordingto League and Ft. Wayne Indiana Jan. 16 deadline set by the New 110-77-537

I I Iit t to act as ex- calm on the Georgia front. the opinion of'coaches, former semi-pros before entering pro ball York State Athletic Commissionfor 47-39-64

the of Elorde BOBBY GRIER, the Pitt Panther Olympic stsars and Olympic pros- in 1953. He broke in with Tex- all members of the boxing

fullback had nothing but pects, it won't challenge the superiority arkana with three consecutive guild of New York to divorce Sometimes fc.'. up .
praise, for the Tech players. He of Russia. It is expectedthat shutouts and was selected the themselves: from the'organizatioILPATRONIZE Sometimes b.'. down

said they all treated him with all Japan, Germany and.Switzerland Most Valuable Player in the Big He adds, subtract*

it III of the courtesies that a real sports- will give Russia its strongest State League that season. He hada He works it..all around
all 24 won and 11 lost record. In
man can offer. At the time he had competition. '
- I' to_leave the game because of an DID YOU KNOW THAT twenty- 1954 he posted an 18-13 record for FOR JAN. 21st

5: injury some of the Tech players four National League pitchers Dallas of the Texas League and a OURADVERTISERS 84-74-17

helped him off the field. walked more batters in 1955 than 2 won, none lost for Havana dur- ,

THIS COLUMN WAS STRICTLY they struck out? ing the same season.

70 in favor of Georgia Tech win- WHEN PRARIE VIEW STATE ERNIE BANKS and GENE -.........

..- n 53 ning the Sugar Bowl game de- walloped Fisk University 59 to 0 BAKER, the keystone combina-
spite the fact that Pitt had a in the.20th annual Prairie View tion of the Chicagop- .are FRANKIE DEE

"ew.A 88A Negro on its team. It just looked Bowl game, played in Houston, in for a substantial increase in

good, sounded good and it was Texas it was not a great surpriseto salary for the 1956 season. "The Cascade Kid"

i M _. _.-..._ 83 good to see Southern white stud- football fans considering the (Bud) Smith the lightweight box-
ents rise up in a mass body to records of the two schools. Prairie: DID YOU KNOW, that Wallace 4
Will be at
protest an un-democratic actionon View posted a 7-2-1 record for ing champion formerly workedfor

AMA T8 j----.. 82LeMOYNE the part of the chief executive. the season while Fisk posted a 2 his father-in-law in the under-

nshipGintte .._. ._ .. _.; 50 It let everyone know that the won and 7 lost record. taking business? THE SOUTHSIDE'HARLEM .

VIRGINIA UNION .. 88 dawn ila breaking for American THERE WERE FIVE NEGRO AL WEILL manager of Rocky .
f principles and ideals everywhere NEWSMEN at the Sugar Bowl Marciano, the 'world heavyweight CLUB
HOWARD ....._ Se
and that the day is coming when game in New Orleans, and all five boxing champion, says Marciano

Shoving fs S/icker-/ WOTSTON-SALEM -.._..- ..._.....- 73 men everywhere will recognize represented Southern newspapers. may .fight again next summer 2703 Avenue
LIVINGSTONE _.... ..... 58 all men as brothers. They complained quietly about either in June or September. The Kings
Quicker
JOE CHILDRESS, the Auburn their seating arrangements, but logical places for a bout are New '
SHAW .__-__..- -._._--.. .... -51 FRIDAY. NITE, JANUARY 6th
fullback was sick during the otherwise they were treated roy York, Chicago and Lo sAngeles.
HAMPTON ... .. 56 1030
from 8
to
-
; Auburn-Vanderbilt Gator Bowl ally.THE Weill says there is no particular ,p.m.

game' in Jacksonville, but Joe ROSE BOWL GAME that fighter in line at present, but Ar-
BLUE BLADES went out there and played a was played in Pasadena, Califor- chie Moore Floyd Patterson" FRIDAY NITE, JANUARY 13that

Iff HANDY DISPENSER Learn Commercial Art whale of a. game. He won the nia between Michigan State and Bob Baker appear prominent fora 6:30: p.m.

rssd #e Shirt AMytiae. Henry G. Miller Trophy as the UCLA was heavily studded with bout with the champion.JIM .

G.,r. APPROVED leading plaper on the losing team. Negro stars. Between the two (Junior) GILLIAM the Come and Have Fun with Frankie -
AMERICAN The big fullback was in bed at schools there were 17 to take part. second baseman-outfielder has

the time the trophy was awarded. Michigan State had Embry Rob- signed has 1956 contract at a sal-

98 49* SCHOOL OF ART CHARLIE TRIPPI, the ex-Geor- inson, John Lewis, Jorl Jones, Jim ary reported to be about $12,000. .

27 W. BEAVER gia University;' All-American and Hinesly, Karl Perryman, Alvin Gilliam appeared in 99'games at .

more recently of the Chicago Lee and Clarence Peaks; UCLA second base and 46 in the outfieldfor

Cardinals professional football had Sam Brown, Hardiman Cure- the world champion Brooklyn -

team as a player is a coach for ton, Tom Adams, Pete O'Garro Dodgers in 1955. He hit .282. In
H'OUR
GRACE! KELLY liNG CROSBY WM. HOLDEN the Cardinals. It was he who said Wilbert Anderson, Esker Harris: the final two months of the season '
STUMD .COUNTRY GIRL" Ollie Matson, the Negro star of Doug Peters, Chuck Holloway. he closed with a hitting rash of:
the Cardinals is the best football Edison Griffin and Rommie .
Academy Award Drama in the today. It was .307.FIREBALL
player game Loudd. \
BOB FELLER of \ICLEANERS
SUN. THRU SAT. Plus: Ga.ater TfcrilUrJ"NEW
YORKCONfiDENTIAL" Trippi who signed Childress to a NEGRO MAJOR LEAGUE the Cleveland Indians- has an- i
JAN. 15.21 Cardinal contract. Childress will BASEBALL PLAYERS are proving -
that he will become
RICHARD CONTE nounced pres- ,
BRAD CRAWFORD. be a teammate of Ollie Matson, to the world that they have ident of an insurance agency i

Dick (Night Train). Lane and what it takes not only in posting without dropping his baseballcareer. I Jnc ,

d" Dave Mann. fielding and batting records, but George H, Olmsteal & ... .;
TOM CASEY, 31-year-old half in intelligence, deportment 'and
Company, teh oldest agency in the .
IllSEtELTsmn back of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers ability. Just recently the Anheur- city which specializes in fire and

of the Western Interprovincial er-Busch Company of St. Louis, business will be incor- BACHELOR BUNDLES
$..._- Tu... Ja.. 15 -17 football union was chosen by Mo. signed Elston,Howard of the casualty ,
S... T_ J... 15 11 Glean ,.,. Ed w.. G. lobi... Tribune' porated with Feller as president.
-,ROM HERE TO ETERNmr- readers of the Winnipeg New York Yankees as fe public
Barbara St..wyckBert UNIVERSITY
playeda
.. .. M N" as Manitoba's "citizen of 1955. relations representative. Not bad. LOYOLA
break 5 HOUR SERVICE
an"T to
wd: lit .: 'I CKT" Casey Is a medical stulent at the Harry "Suitcase" Simpson of the big part in helping'
Wild Bin HkVock sports segregation in New Orleansby
University of Manitoba. He played Kansas City Athletics holds a
"TROUBLE ON TRAIL" Wed &. T....*. J... 18-19 being the first team to book B Laundered ..d Finished
York tifaltr
i one year with the New similar position with another a :
"NOT AS A STRANGER"Robt.
in
and welcome interracial teams
&,.n..... Jwu 18-19 Robt. Mitcbaai sad Yankees professional football company. '
1st RIB ) mmittr Jones Olivia D. Havilla. team of'the old All-America PAT SCANTLEBURY formerly Louisiana.TO i1'
"GOOD MORNING MISS DOVE" Flat: "STORMY" Football-Conference. of the New York Cubans will EACH OF THE SCHOOLS, S It

Phw: "BLACK. IS"Frf. HARRISON DILLARD Olym- be one of the five pitchers who this column is wishing for you the [ it tt ; ifj J

FH. ft. Sat. J... 20-21 pic sprint champion in 1948 and will greet Manager Birdie Tebbets,, ver ybest of success during the

u & "RELENTLESS"Set. J... 20-21' "MARAUDftS"DOM Dvryo hurdling winner in 1952 was the of the Cincinnati Reds in Tampa present basketball season. Some- _

eel: lit Ru .....ry Lars and: sea M..ttiMiy receiver of the 1955 James E.Sul- next -month. Scantiebury's' real body must win! and somebodymust 911 West Ashley 416 Main StreetJ
"HIGH SOCIETY" "Bevy Crockitt, ladies 9c*st" livan Memorial Trophy He received name is Patricio Athelstan Scan- lose, but may each of you

I 173'first place votes on the tlebury. He is 6-1,185 pound left- be,on the winning side.



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r Off The Blocks Crusader Masois NAACH' Dale Is Set For right since that to attend issue had a white already school been, Democratic Groip

Chips
deseamined by the U. S. Supreme

Ask For Report Hawkias Case Court and the Florida Supreme Holds SessionThe
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_, BY JAY JAY Court

(Continued from Page 1)) The question now to be deter-

f Sine time immemorial men have been writing songs and poem OB Fires for second-class citizenship for To Eater U. Of F mined, he advised the board of cil held Christian its first Democratic meeting of Coun-the

E- about memories. Meet of these memoriM are pleasant Associated Negro Americans. We await comment control recently, is to whetherthe
in the office of the President
else is on this by responsible Der admission of Hawkins to the year
with memories will find nostalgia. Sine everyone -
you TALLAHASSEE
i! July 2 is the Attorney Ernest D. Jackson, Sr,
(Continued from 1))
E doing it. Jay Jay... no reason why be can't vet nostalgic. Page ocratic Party leaders.; date asked by Atty. General Richard University of Florida at this time last Monday night January 9. The
earlier received communicationfrom The U. S.
trouble.
woull
a
If We passed Broad and Union and saw some workmen dismantling """ Supports Defenders W. Erwin of the Florila Su- cause meeting was attended by representatives -
the group asking of his office Court said local condi-
. a building. To most passersby just another building was being torn Saunders''* statement said that preme Court to file evidence rela- Supreme from all sections of
specific information in regardw tions must be taken intto consid -
lown; but among those of us who knew, this was no ordinary build the of the "the Florida Conference of NAACP tive to whether the University of Duval County, several visitors
exact membership when integration
eration in determining
": ing. To the.fellows, the "Duck Inn" was being torn down. The Duck Branches supports those members FloridaLaw School li ready to -, from other Civic Organizations of
and addresses
order and the effective.
names shall become
i Inn was more than a building it was an institution. In fact Duck Inn of all subordinate lodge of the Duval County Democratic admit ..egro students. the City were also present
1- was almost alive and we felt the same when'we saw it being torn Committee who refuse to The ruling of the Supreme The Charter Committee pre-

down as we would if we were watching clods of dirt being thrown The Grandmaster expressed a condone such remarks and who Court held on Oct. 19 was that PATRONIZEFlorida sented the Charter to the body for

; in a friend's face. willingness to go along with the openly stated so." Negroes could not be admitted to Star approval and upon their recom

r_ Suppose a wake were to be held for the "Duck Inn." Among the program it benefits of the the Crusaders entire order.as longas He The speech by General Lowry, the all-white university until a Advertiserskip mendation, was approved and

;; mourners would be John "B.B.W Pickens, .Spike Washington, Bill it added "attacking the NAACP determination had been made Attorney Jackson was instructed .
also asked that list of grievancesbe
" : McDonald, Doc Sweet J. D. Brooks, Jim Brooks, Maxie Wilson and a and the program of integration of whether there would be harmful to file the same immediately in
:: Tisket In the rear of the group you would hear the loud voice of presented to him. The members this nation's'schools, and his attempt effects. ( Wanted! the Circuit Court of Duval Coun-
of the Crusaders
present assured -
; Capers "Shadmouth" Bradham' trying to out argue Porcher Taylor the Grandmaster that no to lay the responsibility for The court named Judge John A. ty.The
r-. with "Booze" Myers ad-libbing every now and then. You had Eddie will be made to break the U. S. Supreme Court's' decision IL.Murphree of Gainesville as its Maid 6 lays. Live in. Salary program for 1956 was outlined -

. Roux Paul Cato, Charles Parsons, Gene Downing and Nelson the attempt order but all efforts are for up a outlawing racial segregation .commissioner to take testimony 27.50 a week. Ponte Vedra II by the body and is to be

Spaulding all dropping in on their way back to college and swap better form' of business in the at the doorstep"of any particular relative to the integration ques- Beach. Health card required. adopted by the body at the next

f y- ping yarns with the older heads such as Comenious Bowens, J.1 I* handling of Grand Lodge affairs. political party is a direct attemptto tion and submit it to the court by Phone AT 5-5541. weekly meeting January 16.

, "Sit and Bull" Williams and Nip Sams. I The Crusaders also reminded the drive Negroes from the ranksof Feb. 19. Judge Murphree is judgeof

:: Tb Duck Ian was mot than.a hangout. It was a place where i Grandmaster that they expected the Democratic Party In'Flor the Alachua Circuit

, fellows of good cheer got together and exchanged ideas. Many c of I to receive all replies to communications ida and to begin a move towards Erwin told the court that the VETERANS
who successful today had an older man disfranchisement of Florida's Negro
the younger fellows are _in writing. detsailed integration survey which
around lb. Duck Inn as his ideal and he triad to follow in his footsteps This week an additional list of voters." would be required to present an ARMY &: NAVY STORE

: whether it was In a profession or the fine art of lady-killing. this Saunders declared that"the Ne- accurate picture could not be

;', Many of th* social clubs w* hay. now -had their origin on the rail column grievances for was publication.presented They to areas gro's march for complete citizen completed before the end of the 24 E. BAY STREET PHONE EL 6-1301

in front.of the Duck Inn. follows: ship" did not begin with the Republican + school term.

; Board by board. lbs old plan is coming down but as the song Party as asserted by A hearing on the petition for an SPECIALS
"th lingers on." Th song is ended but the"Duck Inn i 1. It is requested that a complete General Lowry, nor with the administrations extension of time was set down
.. says"Mama Duck.memory", "Papa Dock" and "Duck" himself all hate a place report be made of all funds of Roosevelt or Tru by the' court for next Monday.The FEATHER PILLOWS ............................................ 1.25

::. in the hearts of the boys. I in the Masonic Burial Fund and man. supreme court handed down BLANKETS ....................................................from 1.95

);- We see Al Dunmore, Florida Editor for the Pittsburgh Courier .disbursements that this report claims shall paid cover expenses all Started During RevolutionHe its ruling in the case of Virgil SLEEPING I BAGS' ......*....................................from 6.95
..... in town this week-end. We hear that Al is the big wheel in the and expenditures made in said "the fight against en Hawkins, of Daytona Beach who
the forthcoming AME General Conference applied six years ago for admis-
Public Relations set-up of |the name of the fund in the last slavement" has been carried on
'. which will be held in Miami this Spring. five years. The total amount of through every. generation since sion to the University of Florida FUR COLLAR JACKETSCHILDREN'S

" Frances Wallace the local gal who is now a top-flight model is monies received from payments Crispus Attacks, a Negro, gave Law School. JACKETS
On of this week I his life as the first American to I Hawkins' attorney, Horace E.
Monday
; in the state for a series of Fashion Revues. by members shall be checked and
- -feature model in i die in the Revolutionary War. i Hill of Daytona Beach took steps LEATHER JACKETS
the AKA's of Florida Normal had Miss Wallace as a correct financial statement of .
their fashion fantasy entitled Tashionetta." On Friday of this week i the Masonic Burial Fund be made "Ever since that time," Saunders in November to get copies of the INb4AN JACKETS
I preliminary to appeal to the U. S.
the Bethune-Cookman chapter of AKA sponsored a similar show. public said, "Negroes have fought,
OTHICoiitttM
:. We have already heard raves from St. Augustine concerning the : bled and died in every war this Supreme Court.
2. The manner in which Grand Robert L. Carter, special attorney -
I
AKA gown Miss Wallace featured. I nation has fought They have contributed
Lorge fees (Saint Johns Day, for the NAACP in New York
the Business and Professional Women'sdub richly to the welfare of BOY SCOUTS
Out Country Club way, Head Tax, Grandmaster's Salary, City, is now studying the record
their annual After the St.Augustine I the South and have done more to
held party
,
"Y"affiliate
a money from insurance of charters,, prior to the actual lodging of the Poe Te
and Norma Littlejohn Myrtis advance Dixie than many of the
Lucille Packs Knives
show, Francis Wallace. -
) dispersed and appeal Erwin said there
dispensations are was no
treked members of the white ALL AT SAYITARPAULI
all so-called
Glover Prime and Lt. Frances Littlejohn
King, Doris ,Mary bp whom. How much money is in question about Hawkins' legalGETTINGUPHIGHTS
to the Country Club for a bite. Lt. Littlejohn tells us he is on his the treasury of the Grand Lodge. race who enjoy far more- of the
"'"
.' way to Alaska Pop Maxwell and Noble Sissle passed thru on benefits."
their way North. They had been to Key West working with a new 3. Which officers of the Grand He added that "one Southern r

movie company which will feature sepia stars. Lodge are salaried and how governor only recently said thatif If worried by"Bladder Weakness-tOctttarUp Work Shoes

Curtis Taylor took a bus drivers holiday .and visited all of the much? Who makes up the payroll he had done as much for the Nights ttrinition too frequent or Stronf bununj Cloudy: cr Urtne tich&C -]
and what records are kept of said due to common Kidney and adder Xrrit&tiont. WORK PAN
spot In every place Curtis ordered.the boat to set up the house. South as the Negro, he would be try CYSTEX for qilet,ratifying,
Easter. .ChrUtmn and Curtis on the spending side of the counter' payrolls, including internal revenue fighting for his rights also. used comforting la put help.3S A rears billion prom CYSTSX tety tablets and
forms? He stated that when General UCCCM. Ask dzagfict for CYCTKX undertftUsfftvUca
. come but one a year.Saturday w mwelI'war tce
alte the local chapter of the Hampton Alumni Auto All over the state with the exception Lowry calls upon the public' officials

elation will hold their annual party at the Richmond Hotel Dining, of a few isolated sectionsthe to afify the Supreme

Room. Wendell Holmes Is president of the group. program of the Crusaders is Court's decisicBi: on segregation he

iL The future holds much more; for us if we act like men and being met with wide acclaim. is "preaching doctrine of open

". women. This is County election year. Now is the time to make.your The officers of the group -point revolt" against the United StatesConstitution

vote count. If you citizens of Floradale and Magnolia Gardens don't out that this program is not just and "leading a backward

like the nusiance in Floradale's back door or the big rezoning squab a local program but is state-wide. march" to prevent Negroes

ble, now is the time to kick. You know your county officials. So It is expected that with the helpof enjoying the same constitutional

.don't forget them if they forgot'you. In the County we need Negro the members throughout the rights and privileges as other

Road Patrolmen. The legislature approved an additional fifty and state the doubts can be cleared up races and nationalities receive.

:.:.. custom declared that the invisible words, white only, were included and harmony restored to the The effort he said, to link the

in,,the billfThis year is the time to show your disapproval.The Order. Communist program with the

. Justices of the Peace, Constables and Judges who call"you Officers of the Crusaders' have NAACP is far-fetched and baseless

. "n.. rand "boy" in their courts or districts will all run for announced that a meeting of all since the NAACP was organized 111+A

re-election, so play elephant and don't forget them. Master Masons will be held Sunday and operating in 1909 long!
Jacksonville ts t becoming the Insurance' center" of the South. afternoon, January 15 at 3 before the Bolshevist revolt in i
;
The Chamber of Commerce brags of job opportunities in the field p. m. on the fourth floor of the+ Russia in 1917. Met! Amailno food

in this town. They neglect to say white only. The Independent Life Masonic Temple, 410 Broad Street Not Responsible"The

Gulf Life and Life Insurance Company of Georgia insure thousands, All members of the craft are
these three companies have two' association cannot be held TENDER, PINK, SUGAR CURED PICNIC' 4 to 6-lbs.
of colored Jaxom. We daresay that to attend. Members with
urged
the Afro Pilgrim. .Central I' responsible," Saunders said "for;
times the number of colored policy holders questions in regard to the program
have all totalled and the many attempts by the Communists PICNIC HA
Insurance Companies
and Atlanta LIf. I of the Crusaders are especially ,
drive thru to horn-in on the Negro'squest
If don't believe us
they should not have a darn one. you I invited. It was stated there "
Blodgeit Homes. DrzkeevUle. and other sepia neighborhoods on a I will be a. question and answer for complete freedom.
is collecting his debit also. However, he added, the NAACP
Monday or Tuesday morning. Mr. Charlie I I period. SWIFT'S SUGAR CURED VERY ..LEAN'r U. S. GOYT.
policyholder should ask or write _these has "defeated the Communists inall
We think that every Negro :
companies and demand that thee employ colored agents. When you their efforts to capitalize on SHORED BACON Ib 23GOOD B

are approached by the white salesman admit that he has a good Heard the Negro,! and the associationhas

policy and tell him you :will buy when the colored agent comes by. Arguments never been a front for'.the TENDER. LEAN WESTERN FIRST CUTS. TENDER BONELESS

Watch him do a slow burn and lose his voice. Communist Party, or carried on CUBED STEAKS Ib 630
Let us make two resolutions in 1956-one,register and make all In Libel Sail any of the attorney.{ general's subversive PORK CHOPS Ib 29C

friends register. Vote after we register. Secondly, take the lists.Saunders ROUND or SIRLOINSTEAK
dollars of our from the white market and pledge to patronize our race denied that the NAACP CENTER CUTS Ib. 49( Ih 6Se

whenever possible. Remember the same boards give oui doctors Against Doctor has ever stated that interracial'

and other professional men the same exams marriages was its goal, and said CLUB or PINBONESTEAK
dentists, pharmacists PURE LARD 3-lb 330
J-jar
licenses as the white so unless the whites are sub-par that in areas where integrated
and same Ib 4Sc
TALLAHASSEE Arguments:
unlikely to be sub-par. schools have been operating for
the Negroes are just as :
Commissioner and Auditors check the Negro are being heard in the libel suit generations "statistics show that LEAN WESTERN- Just Right for BarHnllltf '
FRESHLY GROUNDHAMBURGER
_, The same Insurance white companies. So why pick a'white against Dr. Von D. Mizell of Fort; such marriages have been almost
companies that approve the SPARERIBS Ih 230
morality tables. Keep this in mind Lauderdale. Rep. Prentice Pnu'tt onexistent"Iegroes Ib 290
the same
company. They use of t Jefferson County has asked the 1 .

and here's to a great 1958. the Christmas week Leon County Circuit Court to! PURE PORK ROLL ALLMEATBEEF

J. D. Brooks had as his and houseguest other friends over from the fair tate Of strike out most of the defense: Resent STEW Ib 490

end members With of"J.his D"family foi the holidays were Mrs. Lillie Johnson offered by Dr. Mizell in the $500- SAUSAGEIb pkge 190

Georgia. and Mrs. Vincent Douglas of Macon and 000 libel suit brought by the (Continued from Page 1)) BRISKETBAKERITE

of Mrs.Macon Matilda, an Hartley aunt, Mr.of Macon. From Atlanta Mrs. Lucille Clayton Montcello' legislator.Rep. Said Waybright: "I regret that 3-li can 650 BEEF STEW Ib 19c

treked to Florida. Also Mrs. Rosemary Jackson and son Chunkyof Pruitt through his lawyer, the colored members of the committee

Savannah enjoyed Brook's hospitality. The group visited St. Leo Foster of Tallahassee asked would not.accept the factsas '
Silver Springs and other points of interest in North Judge Hugh M. Taylor to rule presented by the speaker." AUNT JEMIMA
Augustine,
Dr. MizelTs contentionthat The committee met in the
against 89cMAXWELL
Florida. FLOUR 10
the communications containing County Armory" Ib bag

the alleged libel were privileged Desegregation was also scoredin

truthful and not written in a 16-plank platform the committee
.FOR malice.! adopted before Lowry's HOUSE VACUUM Farm Fresh Produce
D7Sc. !
ATOM COSMETICSCALL Judge Taylor made no ruling. speech.The Committeo said "we unalterably COFFEE Mb CM .
I Pruitt sued on the basis of statements $5.00 Food Order S.
contained in .a telegram oppose..racia1" integrationand JAX SUPREMrtla ; POTATOES 10-Ibs. 290
EL 5-4025 amalgamation. Final vote on
Dr. Mizell and a letter -
sent him by
the Fort Lauderdale doctor adoption of the platform was not COFFEE Mb bag 530
Guaranteed DeliveryIn unanimous but no record ballot FRESH CRISPCARROTS
wrote to Rep. A. J. Musselman of < FANCY CUT
Time for Christmas Broward County assailing Pruitt's was taken.The vote was taken by cello bag 180

opposition to desegregation.Dr. voice. Green Beans Ige. cat lie

Our Display MizelTs attorney, Francisco GEORGIA REDTOMATOES FANCY MciNTOSH CELLO BAG i
and See
.
In
.., Stop A. Rodriguez, of Tampa, told the 1.- far Beat Ige. cat 100 APPLES 3-lbs. 350
court the telegram and letter had
having been Modern famished and unfurnished -
MARY L. HOTEL qualified privilege
addressed to public officials and rooms. 507 W. Church Si. FRESH PORK

711% W. ASHLEY STREET dealing with their official duties.The 2148 N. NECK BONES' Ib 10e
1 statements, -therefore were Modern furnished room.
Apartment Orel Phone EL 3-M&8
not subject to the libel laws hesaid. College

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