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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 21, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

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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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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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UF00028362:00256

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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 21, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00256

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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'STAFF CORRESPONDENT PENSACOLA Chief of Police Crosby Hall suspended two

The State Board of Control in a move to stall admission of young, unmarried policemen last Tuesday and filed civil service

Negroes to State-supported institutions, joined last Thursday in a charges against them in connection with the alleged raping of two .. 'Z$9f

request for a time extension before Circuit Judge Murphree of Negro women and the shooting into the home of a Negro doctor .
.
Gainesville, must turn in evidence to determine when and how the early last Friday. N.Ly

-- University of Florida should open its doors to Negro Americans.The The chief suspended George C.1 : i

board also asked its executive McLartx 25, and Randall H. Sellers The incompetency charge againrst Yr : -.

secretary, Dr. J. Broward The State Supreme Court or- 23, for 30 days and recom- Sellers was the result of an in- SAC,ys aY

Culpepper, to request from the dered Murphree to submit his mended to the civil service board cident last Dec. 29 when the of-

State Budget Commission "nec- report by Feb. 19,but Ervin asked that they be dismissed from the ficer recklessly displayed his pis-

essary funds" to handle question- for a time extension to July 2. A force. tol in the presence of a fellow

naires on the racial issue among hearing on the extension request McLarty was accused of immorality officer, Clyde R. Henderson by

student parents and teachers at will be held next Monday. being guilty of a crime pulling a .snub-nosed revolver

the three state universities and Kent said he believed a conference involving moral turpitude and placing it against Henderson'shead

possibly university alumni and should be scheduled with neglect of duty and insubordination. and asking: "Have you ever

high' school seniors. Murphree with Negro Virgil Hawkins Sellers was charged with immorality seen this movie Three ,Minutesto t Yt"i
From the survey is expected to attorneys represented. Hawkins neglect of duty and insubordination Pray' -

come information that will show is the only Negro who currently *,and competency., ; = ::
how ,students of both racks 'will has'"-atf application
react to the racial integration ordered mission to the university's grad accused of molesting the two women .: Collins 'Recalls
by the U. S. Supreme Court ,uate school and it is his case on but Sellers was charged with

Asst Atty. Gm.1ta1ph l>dom said which the Supreme Court ordered conspiring with him "in an attempt -

the survey will determine the Murphree to make his report. to have illegal sexual inter- Death Warrant A ..,b ?t P, rA.

physical effect. It also will give) The board said Hawkins attorneys course" with the women, "against

an analysis of differences of the "should be present *o that their will and with force and Duval Killer t

academic level of the two races. they will know what we are doing threats." ,

The questionnaires are expectedto and so that we can b. apprised of i The suspension and charges

provide the answers wanted what they at. dolng.Florida"s ." against the two police; officers TALLAHASSEE-Gov. LeRoy
concerning the attitudes of both Collins last recalled
Education Tuesday climaxed an interdepartmental Wednesday a
Council on Higher .
white and Negro students. investigation that had death warrant for Fred Kinnie, a b{ / F
meanwhile, told the
The board meeting-here Thurs- Jacksonville former GI scheduledto
board that Florida's college population gone on since early last Friday. ,
day and in St. Augustine on Friday is sweeping past previous Chief Hall said no criminal be executed Monday morningfor

did not consider a petition c predictions.It charges have been filed againstthe murder.
from University of Florida professors two men but added that he is Collins took the action after

who said recently they did: recommended immediate continuing the investigation.City Kinnie's attorney notified him I

not believe integration at the steps to provide additional state Attorney F. Churchill Mel- that an appeal for clemency was I _'>> 8M'TW01 ''W-i'' '

Gainesville institution would cre- colleges and a decentralization of len said the charges in connection being drawn up for presentationto
control. BANQUET SCENES Reproduced here are scenes of the banquet which the newly appointed
ate ""any'great problem" with the shooting into the homeof the State Pardon Board. policemen gave in honor of the officers who were appointed In earlier years. LL Bates who has beenin
But the racy question came up The council has been operating Dr.Charles A. Augustus at 3175N. The pardon board will consider
charge of the Negro squad from the inception is seen in the top photo delivering remarks on the
in the discussion revolving around since ,January, 1954, on a direr 12th Ave. was the result of a the application. at its next meet- conduct: of the men and the conscientious manner in which they executed their duties.

a time extension already requested tive to study higher education comment one of the suspended of- ing March 14. In the bottom photo "Florida Star" Editor Eric O. Simpson, who was the main speaker is seen ad

by Atty CeDe Richard Ervin's predicated on needs by the year ficers made to another policeman. Kinnie's death sentence was up- dressing the group. The affair which was held at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club was attendedby

office. 1970. Mellen said Sellers and Mc- held,by the State Supreme Court the officers' wives.

Larty, off duty at the time, droveup several weeks ago.Cominuecl .
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beside a cruiser car, occupiedby ( on Page 8))

FAMU Coach Wins Award Patrolman Louis Godwin about
Race Bias Authorities Seek Speedy
11 p. m. last Thursday and asked: Thieves.
"If you heard that Dr.Augustus' Paper I


; From Quarterback ClubTALLAHASSEE house long there would?"was shot it take up you tonight to get, how out*- Gel l Warning Denied By Hearing In Roberts Death


Some time after 11:30 p. m. Dr.
As a result of a number of I
Jake Athletic Director *t Florida Augustus' home was sprayed with
Gaither FBI ChiefTAG GAINESVILLE Authorities
thefts of copits of the "Florida
Several windowsof
shotgun pellets.. Crusader Masons
A &M University was presented the Tallahassee Quarterback Club'sservice Star" newspapers from storesin pushed for an early hearing in the
bedroom in which his two
award last Wednesday.Gaither a Jacksonville step hay. coroner's inquest into the death of
whose A & M football young daughters were sleepingwere Thornton Roberts, 47, Duval Vocational Gel Promises .
.. shattered along with a big been taken to identify every RACE BIAS .. "
... teams during his 11 years have '-' window and bed- newsboy or news seller who is MEMPHIS Tenn. J. Edgar School Director and for-
a rear
won more than 80 per cent of picture window. an agent for the"Florida Star. Hoover, director of the Federal mer industrial arts instructor at But No ActionIt
their games received an engraved room Lincoln High School, Gainesville,
whois
In connection with the alleged Each boy or news agent Bureau of Investigation, has
scroll fro m Quarterback Club who was killed by his wife last
authorized seller for the T. R. M.
criticized Dr.
an sharply
.. assault the Negro
two women
.. on
.
President Nat Walker in special week. is reported that Masonic head
'' will identification
!lW Mellen said Sellers and McLarty Florida Star carry an Howard, Mound Bayou, Miss.
ChapeL ... riding around_in a Negro card listing his name Negro leader who says the FBI Forty-y e a r-old Mrs. Maggie Grandmaster C. IL Henry has
,, were
Only two others have receivedthe .... ..._ "- section of town between 2 and and address and stating that he doesn't try very hard when prob- Roberts is free on bond without taken steps to appease the Masonic -

service award in the 8-year .' .. 2:30 a. m. last Friday when their is an authorized vendor. ing a racial killing.In charge pending the outcome of the Crusaders.
of the club. They were A. .. .. : the which has been Reports state that the Grand
history r. ;'t\ car bogged down in the sand. Persons found selling a letter to Dr. Howard the hearing post-
J. (Papa) Hall star halfback for !; The said McLartyleft "Florida Star" who do not FBI Chief said Howard should poned due to the illness of one of Master has made verbal state-

Leon High and the University of ,. ;. i the city car attorney and went to a duplex have one of the identification either give evidence or retract his the nembers of.the coroner's jury, ments stating that he is in accord

Florida and Dr. Don Veller, for- apartment occupied by two fami cards will be subject to arrest "intemperate and baseless char Logan Daniels. with many of the reforms the

mer head'football coach at Florida lies. He quoted witnesses as say- if they are found selling news- ges." Alachua County Judge H. H. group advocates. On the other
State. t without cards to prove to permit false McDonald basset the hearing for hand, Jessie Lane Chairman of
":... ;;;- ing the officer went into one side papers "I do not propose
read '. .. that they are authorised ven made against this bureau Saturday Jan. 21. the Ways and Means Committeeof
The scroll : .. .. .' of the duplex, and molested one charges
< the Crusaders states that of
Roberts slain last Wednes- as
the let was
"In recognition and appreciationof ." -. woman theft went to the other dors. io go unchallenged.said "
identification card mature FBI regional day by several shots from a gun last Thursday he had not receivedan
The
his great record and achievements .\ side and molested the other. ter made public by
into effect in fired by his wife at an isolated answer to a registered letter
as athletic director and ... .. "One of them claims he pulleda has been put : headquarters here.
head coach of football at Florida %1' gun on her," said Mellen who an effort to curb young hoodlums I Reached in Los Angeles, How- cabin belonging to Superintendent the group sent the Grand Master
have been gangingup Commer- of Schools Paul E. Peters requesting the names end ad-
A&M University 11 years during drew the formal charges after the who ard told The (Memphis)
and about half mile southeast of dresses of the lodge throughout
newsboys his statements were a
en young cial Appeal
which period the Rattlers evidence, compiled by the police
JAKE GAITHER .
Grove and about nine miles the state.
which Park
brought to me
taking their newspapers "based on reports
have been conference: champions department was presented to him.
wins award Lane stated that the letter ask-
Gainesville.
of
then out in the east
the culprits go by responsible Negroes
10 and national champions In both cases, Mellen said Mc- young
years Larty gained entrance to the and selL various sections of Mississippi." Roberts, who held keys to the ed for a reply'within ten days of
4 years. Jacksonville policemen have Howard said he would make amore place as a handyman and care- delivery which was January-3,
after announcing:
"A great- coach an inspiring IF YOU HAVE MOVED apartments been alerted and have been extensive statement after he taker for Superintendent..Peters, 1956. As a result of Henry's failure
law.
It's the
leader of youth, a valuable citizen YOUR REGISTRATION FORWARDEDTO CARD "Open Mellen up. said the incident asked to cooperate: in curbingthis received end studied the letter. took his wife to the lonely cabin to answer the communication,
WILL NOT BE
his conduct record and achievements meaao to gores "d He b president of the Ulsdsslppi late at night on pretense of carrying it is felt that he has not acted.in
the whole
YOUR HEW ADDRESS: "aroused neighborhood -
been in accord -
have always .ewtbor* wk are eevdeavoriag Regional Couadl of Negro her to Jacksonville_ according good faith. .
Oat theofficers' young
the BE SURE TO CHANOB adding
of
with the highest ideals freed from the. to ears &er pocket Leadership and the National Med.I to her story. Informed sources report that a
TOUR ADDRESSAT car finally was
and
Club '
Tallahassee Quarterback < i She told officials that upon ar- counter move is afoot in several
honetUy. Ical Assn.
THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE sand with the help of several Negro mosey
the ship.finest traditions of sportsman MARKET k DUVAL men in the area. (Continued on Page 8)) (Coaiinned en Page 8)) (Continued on Page 8))


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P. O. Box 561. JockaMvilfa 1, FI..rU. I The appearance of this feature under the editorship of this writer
423 tn4 SH..., tUMivnU., ftoiMa PHONE ELGIN 4-3773 *in will no doubt come as a surprise to many of our readers. For more

ERIC O. SIMPSON _. M....... Uhf than five years this department has been piloted by political-wise

-,1..,., "Sptk. Wnl eltoa ,._ .-.. .........-.._......r. News U tM Leroy (Spike) Washington, who is undoubtedly most popular and
C. P.HMM Jeiuisoa _... ...__ NwI Sew" most experienced Negro journalist in the political field.
During Spike's illness this

Member of Associated Negro Press writer will carry on from the come qualified to vote. The following -

,.. point where the old dean left off. is some'valuable informa-
THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FSB
: We also hope to be able to bring
1. Negro Hnm. tion about voting which we think
kV 2. More Negro Police OfScex Z you the political views of some of every man and woman. should
the leaders in the city and
county have at hand.
3. Squad Can for the Negro Felice.
who will be invited to write
4. More and Better School and SpeeeMng Vp of the guest The registration books were
columns of the of
subject politics.
BuI1daq FrograsuPolicewomen opened last November 14. They
This year will be a very important -
will remain open each day except
one politically in that it is
Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays -
a presidential election It is
Needed h This year. until April 6, 1956, and reopen -
the year when governors of many
again for new registrationson
states will be chosen, includingour June 4, 1956. Books are usually
To Help In Curbing DeliaqleKJFor own state. There will also be
opened five days after an election
the election of other state officers
and closed 30 days before an elec-
such< as Supreme Court Justices,
For a number of years we have made pleas for those in and cabinet officials. Coming tion.We

authority of the city government to put into service Negro closer to home we will find our- would suggest that we register -

policewomen because of the great and vital need for them. selves faced with the duty of as Democrats or Republicans

Today, we again ask with much insistence: that qualified electing the following officials: because they are the two major

Negro women be offered the same examinations offered to The Sheriff, Supervisor of Reg- parties in the country and in this
white who seek to be and the state. There is
women policewomen, through istration, County Julge, Tax As- no Independent
tests employ at least 8 to 10 Negro policewomen on the basis sessor, Tax Collector, State Attor- Party in ,this state and very few
of the highest marks. in the other 47 states. Of course
ney, Clerk of the Civil and Crim-
Negro Jacksonville stands in dire need of them and it inal Courts of Record, Clerk of those who choose to register as

is rather pathetic to know that those who hire them have not 7r A the Circuit Court, three CountyCommissioners Independents may do so. It is

thought seriously in that direction. The time has come when five Justices of their right and privilege granted

all of us-white, black, of all races, creeds stations, religionsand the Peace, five Constables to serve them under the Constitution of

kinds-must give more thought to our posterity. -- t under each, a County Solicitor, the United States and this state.

Today we live in times of tension, fear; neglect, lethergyand two Criminal Court Judges, one a The first Democratic Primary
confusion in the thinking of men all across the countryand election
Provisional, a Superintendent of will be held Tuesday,
the world and in order that our minor girls and boys I "Let The World Know, It I Is So, Fight Back and Restore Law and Order" ,Public Instruction, several Circuit May 8, 1956.
be corrected in of their and
may many ways habits we must Court Judges and several othersof The second Democratic Primary
begin to give them more of our thought, thinking and educa- .
lesser rank.
election
will
from higherups ((25th-26th). Con- be held Tuesday,
tion as to what is good, what is bad, and how either of the
We wish to 29
tinue with pastimes that have to impress upon our May 1956. The latter is com-
two affects them. Your Weekly do with friends, and that provide readers and the Negro people as monly referred to as the "run-off
Our children are much too neglected. Practically all of
relaxation for tired brains and a whole that we cannot hope to as most of us already know.
them are educating themselves. Many are in broken homes.
bodies (28th to 30th). attain much progress unless we Democrats vote then.If .
don't who their father and there Guide
know is
Many are many Horoscope vote and elect to office those men
have
100-2-40-22-17-256 you changed your address -
more who see their very own mothers occasionally.There and women who we believe will since
are those among us who have no desire to go to Which Are Your Lucky Days For give us a square deaL you voted last you
must make
school and don't and all of us will agree that nothing is being In order to elect the that change by goingto
men we
the
done to urge them into school. There are others who don't Business Love Travel SCORPIO want we must first register to be- ing the registrar's office or by mak-

know what it is to attend Sunday and Church Schools and Born Oct 24 thru Nov. 22 change by letter.

worship services because they get no encouragement from By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER January 23rd to 31st. If you.. have changed your name

. their parents or guardians to do so, and because the parentsand By letting events ride their both your personal and economic by marriage or divorce you must
guardians themselves don't know how it looks inside ofa ARffiS fin themselves in your present interests (28th-29th). make the trip to the supervisor's _
Born March 19 thru April 19 predicament (23rd.24th). You course, you permit things to calm office and state
church, sanctuary, and don't care whether their offspringgo are down 2.100-88-17-96-171 your status and
or not.That is a.sad lot, and we contend that Negro police- January 23rd to 31st capable of taking appropriate action ments, and including uncertainties.your own Take resenlt-in- the request will be granted freely.

women can do a wonderful and helpful service in keeping Outside of a few minor exceptions once you definitely make up to account the economic necessi- PISCES The trip to the office must be

these minor girls and boys out of bars, tavernr, houses of ill you con count on greater your mind and the 25th-26th are ties that make good relations with Born Feb. 19 Ihru March 20 made if you are to vote.

repute, and running up and down rough and citrse-mongered family and domestic stability excellent days to get going. Put January 23rd to 31st We vote for the two highest
your mate and others an essential
streets all hours,of the night. from now'on (25th-26th). This your mind to work making long- part of life (23rd-24th). The You seem to have passed through offices after the Democratic and
officials know that in sign is a uromising indication of range plans, but don't overlookthe your
We may have Jacksonville city tome to launch is your ordeal, and .should now set Republican National Conventions
close-by Tampa young boys and girls must be off the streets good tunes, learning and affect- need for ample rest and relax- still new ventures about stabilizing your situation at which will be held this summer.
some off, this does not
way
by 9:30 p. m. each day of the week unless they are with their ionate relations with loved ones tIon if mental, "and physical from home or anywhere else where it I At that time the two conventionswill

parents or some other adults. If they are minors and are in and children. Enjoy all the agree- pressures have been heavy of late. prevent you to make making long- may have been disturbed_ (23rd- nominate the four men-two
late at their those in the able pastimes that this period has 7-40-33-16'-89-572 range plans money of from each who will
the streets prowling night parents or efforts 24th) The 27th holds promise party- cam-
through or property
your I
care of them will go to jail when they are rundown at homeor to offer without going to extremes. holdings (25th-26th). This period rewards for jobs well done under paign against each other.

in some bar room.Jacksonville Your friends and associates help LEO I brings domestsic difficulties, and a chance to. improve -i The campaign will be held in
a or professional
may take an example in that relation from you to fulfill your hopees on theft Born July 23 thru Aug. 23. your health prospects November, 1956.
question to a head; and, if you
Tampa, as bad as it is, and the example is a good one for us 1st. January 2'rd to 31st make wise use of your powers of through enlightened living and. The elections coming up this
80-10-66-12-5-672
up here. You can cease being concernedover perception, should chalk eating habits. Devote all the time May are important. The Presi-
We suggest that citizens organizations, ministers of all what is likely to happen nextas resounding you up you need to relaxing and livening dential election next November is
a success.
churches and others of us who think and look back on these .TAURUS all the signs point to a peaceful 8.50-44.12-67.131 pursuits so as to be in fine fettle important. We urge that those of

dangers of our minor children write Mayor Burns. the Civil Born April.29 thru May 20 week. Put forth your friendliest for the busy period in the offing jus I who are not registered to4voteI

Service Board of the city, and others responsible for the hiring January 23rd to 31st smile and make it your particular (28th to 30th). will get registered so that we may

of policewomen requesting that'Negro women be examinedand The 23rd is a good day for aiding business to create harmony wher- 9-70-66-18-75-383 I vote in both May and November.

those who passed put Into service immediately in Jacksonville to your income or profits, but ever it has been disturbed. (23rd- SAGITTARIUS

'. most dangerous areas. you need to curb impatience anda 24th).' The sign gives the signalfor Born Nov. 23 thru Dee. 21

We have Negro police officers. They are doing commendable tendency to take chances; personal action on your partto January 23rd to 31st

Jobs. They are gentlemen and know Negroes as no white whereas little stanfds in your way call a halt to hostilities on all Even if the go-ahead signal is '

policeman could ever know them. because they are Negroes of chalking up satisfactory gainson fronts. The 31st is an ideal day not flashing as yet, you are in a PEOPLE IN THE 'JE\\ ti i I II

themselves. the 24th. Short trips, publicity for local calls, publicity, inter- good position this week to do

work, and contact with your views, and mental exercises in some preliminary work to further -

neighbors or relatives help to general. Romantic circumstancesare your interests. Patient discussion

Facts About insurance make you feel more secure and prevalent,too. rather than argument will secure r I

confident(25th-26th). Enjoy what- 1.60-33.72-18-595 the good will and collaboration of ;

ever your home life and dear your mate and other key persons I

BY TED BEDDING ones have to offer, but also keepan VIRGO (23rd-24th). The 27th gives an
A series of arttiles written in simple language eye on your wallet and price- Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23January opportunity to bring conflicting

,, and designed to help the average man or woman less possessions. 23rd to 31si views and interests closer to a

to understand the true facts about insurance poll. 99.6.10-13.72.431 Business will be easier to get happy meeting of minds with fu-
ci... The series is being written by Ted Redding
and those higher up more easily ture beneficial results for all con-
an expert in the field of insurance.As GEMINI pacified if you take a back seat I cerned. Let your friends in on
service Mr. Redding will answer
a public Born May 21 thru June 21 and let them have their own way: your ideas (31st).
insurance problems that readers may have.
any January 23rd to 31st without comment from you. En- 464-3.66-12-92-309
Address all inquiries to: Facts About Insurance
Proceed slowly at first, with joy social contacts, but don't use
Florida Star P. O. Box 561 Jacksonville friends sounding boards
your personal projects without your as
1, Fla.
stepping on the toes o fthe sensi- for your complaints or criticismsif CAPRICORNBorn
There is nothing more desired today by mankind as a whole, tive or belligerent onees you want to hold their attentionand
than peace of mind and one of the great causes of the absence of 24th). The financial (23rd-1 esteem. Privacy and rest may Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
mind is the absence of economic security. But few people January 23rd to 31stpo
peace of improving encouraging you to I be just what you need, particularly -
readily grasp the opportunities that are always at hand to bring to step up your gainful efforts at in the face of growing do- ahead with your daily occu-

them at least a measure of economic security which in part brings work or in your professional or mestsic tensions and difficulties. pations without too much concernas

peace of mind. business capacity (25th-26th). 690.77.1683371LIBRA there is no reason why this will

If one is possessed with good health and average intelligence, anda Turn your thoughts to home and not bring the rewards you feel

willingness to make a few sacrifices, he may obtain at least a family matters and become unler- entitled to (23rd-24th). Take ad-

comfortable degree of economic security. Arthur Brisbane, an out- standing when your companionshave Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 vantage of openings to strengthen

standing editor, once said ten dollars is security for a certain amountof troubles of their own. The January 23rd to 31st marital and other vital ties, and

time and *o it is, that the coordination of time, effort and the wise. 31st is a fine da yto gain your Rather than wrestling with conclude profitable pecuniary ar-

use of earnings that promote-that ever desired economic security for heart's desirees. questions which you cannot an- rangements when that will help

one's self and family.Let I 4-70-55-69-18-775 swer, you can ease your task by ((25th-26th). This period confirms 1
us examine the necessary steps that a man about age 35: seeking enlightened or authoritative that you are on the right road FeaturesWRHC

and in good health with a salary equal to the average wage scale. CANCER opinions.from friends or pro- when you bolster capital or joint
of three wife son 12 of age and daughter 10 years reservees and security measures.
and family : years Born June 22 thru July 22 fessionals., You seem to have
of age. With a mortgage remaining on his home for $7,000.00 suppose I January 23rd to 31st many blue chips" in your corner The 31st is a fine day for career 1400 1400

that he has in force $1,000.00 in straight life insurance on himself.If .i Do some private thinking and when it comes to getting profit- and professional developments.

this man should die prematurely say in one year, we wonder how analyze yourself unsparingly justas able business, advancing your career 18-90-5-44-67-749

his wife would make out paying off the mortgage and educating the you would others who may prospects, or obtaining favors KEN KNIGHT
children with what may be left out of $1,000.00 of insurance after

funeral expenses have been paid to say nothing of doctors and AQUARIUS

hospital bills. Yet, his plans for the future of his loved ones were GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955u. Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 Presenting

wonderful. He had ownership, wanted to educate his children and .. ..... ...,... tun. .... ..... ,.....If. Sad 10 c..h (... JiveN January 23rd to 31st KNIGHT TRAIN
have enough to retire on at age 65. But he just didn't have time to Iaeisd..elf ..ddr.ued.st .
cPa) fer .eci ........ .rdu e4 y .1L The time to become enterprising -
see his wonderful plans materialize. What, therefore, is the answer? .._ .......... Wss'N ......,. This .H., ..... mat .,ply t. s.cd.atsof to a daring degree may not
The answer is simple. He should have created an estate through life tile ....I. .f Cnal.. the 8-9 P.M.-12-1
yet be here, but you can use Nightly
insurance. I mean one fitted to his particular needs which would -I interval profitably by improving V

cost only a few cents a day. I PAILO, FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGERt. yourself, your talents, and your SWEET CHARIOT
For this man, I would have suggested a fifteen year term policy o. HX 561JACIlSaNYILLE heartfelt relationships (23rd-24th).

for $10,000 which would cost about 32 to 35 cents a day, say the I J. lLA. .1 I IIN. Do your best work just in case 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
of soda The coverage *
bottle
price of a package of cigaretts and,a pop. ... you are in line for advancementor
would last until the children were out of the way and the I II salary increase (25th-26th).
was about paid off. The security and peace of mind that UN.. ,
mortgage This sign provides several openings BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
just a few cents a day would bring'to himself and his family would I Se.te to stabilize your marital,

have been worth much more than the cost of the insurance. In addition I partnership, or public relations. 10:30 12 Monday Thru Saturday
to that, he would have the privilege of covering the "term pol- Dab .'fi toward full under-
20 endowment with I .... ', Mod I Keep plugging
to
icy" at age 48 or in thirteen years a year with who share
standings persons
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Grid Squad, Coaches And Bandmaster Honored Gala Event I Delta Sigma Sorority Dinner Highlights YWCA Annual Meeting

Sponsors CalypsoniansAlpha With Mrs. Hortense Gray As Speaker _
GALA EVENT A colorful: event held
in tb gymnasium of Stanton High School .
GIFT TIME Recipients Iota Sigma Chapter of The annual meeting of the A. L. Lewis Branch, YWCA was held
wu thai of the dance honoring the Blue.
Delta Theta is recently in the auditorium with Mrs. Leola B. Solomon Chairman of
,
I Dtrils football squad. A highlight of the, of gifts w.r Sigma Sorority
occasion was the presentation of gifts to the i Coaches Edwin Mat- presenting The Calypso Carouselon the Annual Meeting Committee presiding. The occasion a dinner
coaches and director of the marching band. thews. John '[J. Colrrrnn. Feb. 22 at New Stanton Senior meeting this year, was set amid resplendent white tables, centered
-' Band Director Kerna Me- High School. with blue candles and a touch of greenery.,On the speaker's table

Farlin. Isaac'Crayson andJ. The presentation will feature was a beautiful arrangement of gladiolus and mums.

P. Small. Making the the Massie Patterson Caribbean! Highlighting the occasion wasa

presentations is Frederick singers and dancers, widely acclaimed -: very dynamic address by Mrs. Lavilla Civic Club
Richardson student sec : as one of the best authentic Hortense Gray, who used as her
ond from left as Miss, groups to appear on the Amer. theme "No Man Is An Island." Will Meet TuesdayThe

Annie Louise Tippins. a ican scene. She stressed the importance of
t,S r co-ed looks en. our love for one another in its Lavilla Community Civic
The Carib Singers are a groupof
1 native singers, dancers and own true light. We must learn to Club will meet Tuesday, January
r, share this kind of love becausewe 24, at 8 o'clock in the Abbyssinia
musicians organized to bring to
cannot live alone. Baptist Church corner Union and
Americans the great but neglected
\ folk music native to the Caribbean Other outstanding features of Dewitt Streets. .
islands. the program included a very in- The president, Rev. B. L.Wynn.
devotional period presented has issued an announcement
spiring
Showing his heritage together all the residents of the
by the Y-Jewels Club. Miss urging
..a ci with a strong Latin influence the
Y : Gladys Gary was soloist supported Cleveland St., Ellis St., and Union
West Indian retains his
gayety,
by a speech choir consisting of St. area to be present Homeown-
his humor and above all, his won-
other member of the club. Miss en and renters of these areas are
derful feeling for rhythm which
Cynthia Clark presided at the asked to attend the meeting.A .
and dances
these
pervades songs
piano all evening. Miss Annette very interesting session has
wide of emotions.As .
through a range
xawa
a xa been Members askedto
? Harper gave one very delightful planned. are
traditional Jabber-
with their
musical rendition. bring friends. Refreshmentswill
54F. week, the Deltas are again looking
YWCA be served. Some of the City
forward to the support given Annual reports of the officials will be Rev. B.
.ie- % A tm association.Miss present
Ticketsare were presented by the
them the community.
by
L. Wynn is the president Law-
Earline Johnson read the
on sale and may be purchasedfrom
is the
rence Phillips reporter.
of the Branch Committee
report
any Soror or from the Wilder
r 4 Park Library. Chairman. The financial reportwas

given by Mrs. Elizabeth Utopia Social Club To
% Meuse, financial chairman. The
report of the nominating committee Hold Meeting January 26

: &Out People( was read by Miss Fay Hair.

\ j The report of the status of the The Eutopia Social and Savings

YWCA was given by Mrs. Flor- Club will hold its regular social

5S Mr. and Mrs. Earthway Wrightof ence.J. Dixon, executive director. meeting January 26, in the homeof

Philadelphia Pa. were visitorsin The delicious buffet dinner was the president Mrs. Queen Ad-

,. the city recently as guests of solicited and prepared by Mrs. kins, 1127 East Union Street. The

i. their mother, Mrs. Ada Williams, Vera Davis, Mrs. Mary L. Harper, hostesses for this affair are Mrs.
.G .a vh0 R vMP ti k Q 320 Osceola St. Other guests were Mrs. S. N. Starkes, Mrs. Nellie Annie Gant and Mrs. Queen Ad-

Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks' of Edwards and Mrs. Lois Hill. kins.

,; Chicago.. Ill, and Mrs. Rose Donors include Winn and Lovett The drawing of names for the
Deloney of Hurtsboro, Ala. They Stores, A & P Food Stores, Joe Christmas sister or brother will be

were entertained by Mrs. M. Rizk, Louis Rizk, Daylight Gro- considered at this meeting. Mrs.L. .
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. J. Colege and ceries, Jax Meat Market and Vel- A. Williams is the reporter.
1 .1. Mr. and Mrs. John Springleton. da Ice Cream Company. Flowers
f QY t Mr. and Mrs. Wright also visited
1 Ci0. A Y : f were donated by Skinner's Florist
relatives in Daytona West Palm Ebnetts Social Club

(Center) WAITING t Beach and Boynton. Slates First MeetingThe

4 FOR THE MUSIC Wedding Bells
This group of elegantly I IRIiI Mrs. Cora Burton Orlean Howard Ebnetts Social Club will
b tnidA and Dora Lynch returned to for Marriage
attired young students Applications hold their first meeting of the
who are wailing the city recently from West Palm Licenses year Sunday afternoon at 6

for the next dance 1 Beach, where they attended the o'clock in the home of Mrs. Warren

number are Miss Rosalyn 425.S"x w@4 funeral of their cousin, Amos Frank J. Hines, Jr., 1109 Odessa Walton at 230 North Street

Moore. Woodrow Wise.Mrs.. St. age 22 and Bertha L. Gilmore, The Club closed out the 1955 sea-

Hughes. Miss Willeta 938 Albert St, age 17. son on January, with a party
Cummiiigs. Miss Gwe L ,'. Estella Morris of 1557 Logan Samuel B. Nelson, 1045 DavisSt which was held at the Country

ndolyn Lang. Miss St. is ill at her home. She is Apt B, age 18 and Estella Club. The books are open for
PriJtolla Boston. KurUs : his; aZ a member of Bethlehem Baptist Andrews 1126 Davis St, age 17. new members for the year 1956.

Lang. Miss Betty ? K bt r.".. .. Church. Willie James Brown, 737 Mrs. Mammie Walton is the rer. -
Prince and Miss- ,Harriet .( Orange St, age 22 and Eloise porter.

WIse11. Mrs. Mozella Franklin of 1545 Ruth Dean, 737 Orange St, age
Madison St. is under a seige of 22. Did you know that soaking your

r' illness at her home. Mrs. Franklinis Eddie Crawford 703 Court B, comb and brush for ten minutes ina
a member of Bethlehem Baptist age 22 and Sylvia Waters, 906 W. bowlful of soapsuds will remove
Church. State St, age 20. dirt particles easily and quickly?



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attendance at the gala affair are seen above. They are Eugene Tippins William Sweet and Miss Wynetra Johnson. -



Mrs. G. Whiisel Wed In Double Ring Ceremony 1 ayh

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By Church GroupMrs. T q'p S .



Zenobia Whitsett, a well-
known religious leader and church '\ "

worker and a devoted memberof '-L

Mt Calvary Baptist Church of '= z
s Jp ; I
which Rev. W. M. Hill is pastor;

a civic and fraternal worker of ye.f I T.. pp

this city will ,be honored with a .
testimonial service Monday night

February 6, in the Mt Calvary S _
Baptist Church. Y)

:Mrs.Whitsett has served f ever- "W.SIO v

ently long and well in Mt Cal- .fk 4 bA

vary, being widely known"among
the white and colored citizens of ;
the a ? ,
city.
aMi k ,
Invitations are being sent to her dh c r + ; .

many friends and church goers Q3wt 44 .

of the city. A very elaborate pro N..Y '
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Deliveries EXCHANGE VOWS The former Miss Jettie McCall and Thomas Hogans are seen in i< wuading This L

scene following the exchange of marital TOW last December at Second Baptist Church where RobertH. very day. .
:
hi
BOTH To: Wilson pastor.' performed the ceremony. sit
Shown. left to right, are: Miss Mamie Elizabeth Wilson bridesmaid: Mrs. Sophia White matron of

tonor: Miss Linda Diana Harley flower girl: Mrs. Jettie McCall Hogans. bride; Thomas Hogans" Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Color- You can depend upon Code
James and Betty Bartley, 2945 groom: Henry Harley. best man and Walter White. groomsman.The ing can make your hair as lovely Troy's Larieuse the famous brand

Willow St, girl, Jan 2. bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Loretl McCall of 1626 West 7th Street and the groomis as you wish it could be... gives in the red box. known, apeyoutbfulcolortograybair..adds
Clyde and Queen Myrick,. 155'1W. the son of Mrs. Bertha Hope of Philadelphia. Pa. proved for more than SO years.
1st St, girl, Jan. 7. glowing new color to dribs your ,/;:
Cornelius and Rosa Lawrence, colorless hur...starts you looking counter Ibis very Jay!
949 Jefferson St. Lane, boy, Jan. 5 James and Oreatha Edmondson, State St, boy, Dec. 17/55. Lewis and Christine Jackson, younger, lovelier..this very
Johnnie and Priscilla Jackson, 88 Ives St, girl Nov. 14/55. Edward and Ruby Peterson, 712 1726 Payne St, boy, Decs 24/55. day. In IS flattering sb da.

1126 W.. Duval St girl, Jan. 4. Jesse and Elvira Wilcox 2133 Venus St, boy Dec. 17/55, Herbert and Ora Pauling. 505
Robert and Annie Winters 6109 Mars Court, Apt c.. girl, Nov. 18. Frank and Effie Robinson 2097 W. Beaver St, boy, Dec. 24/55..

Ardisia Rd, boy Sept. 16, 1955. James and Mary Crumley, 141 McQuade St, boy. Dec. 20/55. Porter anI Rena Turner, Jr. 712 $ xF

Hayward and Letha Thompson, Magnolia St, boy, Nov. 18/55. Ben Cobb and Lula 5118 Spring Line St, girl twins, Dec. 25/55. Just

2337 W. 1st St. boy, Oct 5, 1955. Rev. Chas. and Mable_King, Sr. Grove Rd, boy. Dec. 20/55. Roosevelt and Minnie Hall, Rt.
Mack and Alberta Brooks Jr, 112 W. State St, boy, Nov. 21/55. Willie and Mildred Williams,
9 Box 429B girl Dec. 28/55. l
1318 Johnson St, girl. Dec. 20. Clifford and Dorothy McLeod, 986 W. State St. girl Dec. 21. easY / / _
Johnnie and Essie Jackson, 1256 725 Court I, boy, Dec. 16/55. Henry and Carrie Doyal Rt 2, Waymon and Voyca McCoy, \
W. Duval St, boy. Dec. 21. Ruben and Bernice Manuel, Box 179, girl Dec. 21/55. 1224 L'Engle St, girl. Dec. 27/55
.. 2. .....,.,-....,.. 3. After ctfer ho* 4""".
St Dee. 17/55. Herbert and Maude Thomas. Shag and Emma Kendricks,: 728 1.Skaa Iharaugbly. AHIY
Willie and Dorothy Leon, 812 1360 W. 21st boy geps A,it......,.ia G04.tT.,', _will MMt ve N,i.. .** ..WiaiKjoo IK* Wkiori.
W .18th St, boy, Oct. 7/59. Nathaniel and Ruth Williams, 1572 W. 6th St, boy Dec. 21/55. W. Union St, boy, Dec.' 27/M.- ., .e,directed. cMtd to p ckn.. Mt w your f.vor* iryto.

Nathaniel and Pauline Green 1422 Z. 21st St, girl Dee. IT/35. Larry 'tad Rosa Fnalps Tl W. Palmer and Maude'Young_811 oY1. .. Oit 3 t.i
1143 Logan St, boy Nor. 2/55. Joe and Faye Berry, 964 W. Church St, boy, Dee. 24/M. Jefferson St, boy, Dec. 28/55. c"RQt"AI"' S.O



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'.ie 'H' Wff FL&UDA STAR Saturday, January 21, 1956



And Deacons Mutual Union Starts Revival Week


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Local Ministers Slated To Preach I Friendly Westside Ushers Union Meet Antioch Baptist BAPTIST MINISTERSTO

Sponsors Youth HourThe MEET MONDAYThe

At Wes Church
Friendship Baptist Youth department of Antioch Baptist Ministers Brother-

Baptist Church, 513 Olessa hood of Duval and adjacent coun-

will present a fellowship hour ties will hold theidr regular week-

The Ministers and Deacons Mutual Union an auxiliary to the 'i' along with the Senior and Junior ly meeting Monday January 23, at

Emanuel Progressive Baptist Association, will conduct a Revival ci' ? Missionary on Sunday January 22 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist

Week of services in West Friendship Baptist Church, Carrie and which is Women's Day. The pro- Church. Rev. R. H. Wilson is the

Woodside_ Streets beginning Monday, January 23nL I I gram will begin at 3 o'clock. pastsor. Rev. 1L IL Robinson is

Monday night the services will Visitors are welcome. president and Rev. G. W. Milleris

begin at 730: p. m. with Rev. A.I Miss Hattie Anderson is the the reporter.

0. Williams giving the sermon. Covenant Meeting president. Rev. J. J. Jones is the

The choir and ushers of ML Zion Slated For SundayAt minister.

Baptist Church will serve. 3aA Plan Youth Day
Jerusalem Church
Other ministers scheduled to be ST. PAUL OBSERVES,

heard the week in-
throughout YMCA SUNDAYYMCA
clude Rev. D. J. Jones, Rev. L Sunday 11 a. m. an old fash- j At First Baptist

West Rev. J. King Rev. W. N. ioned covenant meeting will be
Sunday will be cele-
Wright.Rev. R. B. Williams, Rev. held with the pastor in charge.At .
W. Q. Rogers feev. P. R. Turner 4 p. m. District 1 will meet in brated Sunday in St Paul AME The youth of First Baptist
Church at 13th Street and
Myrtle Church will
and Rev. J. T. Thomas. the Jerusalem Educational Build- present a programon
Avenue during the 11 a. m. serv-
Sunday Jan. 29 beginning
Sunday, January 29, the District ing with Deacon Nathan York as evening -
leader. ice. A special message on Youth at 7 o'clock in the audi-
will have
Superintendent chargeof
will be delivered by the Rev. D. torium of the church under the
the Sunday SchooL Rev. G. W. Devotion will begin at :
services :
A. Russell of St. Paul. '
pastor
j guidance of Mrs. L. Anderson.
Alderman will give the general 7 p. m. with Deacon Nathan York '- '- I I
| All Hi-Y and Gra-Y clubs, their The speaker for the occasion
review. and William Toombs in charge. llb
1 i Advisors, Principals along with will be Prof. Andrew Robinson of
Rev. W. M. Smith will give the Holy Communion services will be-
IIrH i the YMCA Board members and Grace Baptist Church. He will be
.
Sunday morning message. The gin at 8 p. m. and the sermon will t. D i I the Women's auxiliary to the introduced by Prof. Eddie Mar-
joint choirs' Galilee and Phila- be delivered by the pastor or his
YMCA
have been extended
an: shall. Music will be furnished by
V
delphia Baptist Churches will # v
appointee. Rev. Saul Cooper is .
i invitation to be in attendance at Choirs 3 and 5.
furnish music. The Youth Move the pastor. hc
this service. The youth department of Sweet-
ment at 3:30 p. m. will close the
The program will be supervisedby field and Mt. Carmel Baptist
meetings. 9
William Devaughn Sweet, Church will be guests. The entire

chairman of YMCA Sunday. will be announced later
VESPER 2 New Schools program
HOUR SET and will feature local talentWig


BY ACE LEAGUE And! Additions !, v DqR ;', Raw sr,;iKA r Founders Day

The regular monthly Vesper d. s<1a

Hour of the Christian Endeavor Drive Launched ( (
'League at St Paul will convenein Are AnnouncedThe L.

the League Room of the churchon hi Edw. Waters
I
Sunday afternoon at 5:30.:
Duval County Board of
These unique worship services
were begun during the summer Public Instruction announced The Founders Day observanceand

by the Allen Christian Endeavor plans for the construction of a the Pre-Centennial Celebra-

workers in an effort to interest Junior High plant and an elemen- % 1( tion of the Edward Waters Collegewas Y F (.
tary school as well as additions to
more young people in taking an launched on Monday January16th
active part in church worship and two Negro schools. with a banquet and the se
Bids were accepted for a twelve lection of committee
to enhance a better appreciationfor a to head
room addition to the Susie E. Tol-
the Fund Raising for -
a worship service that can be Campaign
so beautiful when carried out in bert Elementary School and a six I h y t r h this years celebration. !
,
room addition to the Moncrief R R'S.r y ? The goal set this *
simplicity and with sincerety. 1 year by the
Beginning Sunday the Ada Elementary SchooL college has been set at $50,000.00.This .

Bracy Chorus, prominent musical The site for School Number 155 USHERS IN SESSION-Members of the Friendly Westside Ushers Union who met in a recent sessionare money is needed to improve

group of St. Paul, will render which will be a Junior high school seen above. tie' physical facilities of the insti- tQutJ, ,

musical selections for the occa: located at 45th St. and Spring tution. Citizens, friends and sup-
MARCH DIMES
OF
sion. Mrs. Erma Bryant, Vesper I Grove Road has been purchased In the top photo are the officers of the organization. Seated are Deacon Gaines Ford Mrs. Julia porters of the college have set a

Committee chairman announcedthe and condemnation proceedings Longworth. Mrs. W. Stephens.. Mrs. Susanna Bordeaus and Mrs. M. L. Thomas. Standing are Mrs. goal of $10,000.00 to be raised ( 1lIY311i 11
are under to acquire site _
addition of Mrs. Alice Ingra- way a Sadie Field Mrs. Edythe L. Foster. Willie Jerido. Albion Lowery ant P. Aback. locally. The committee is headedby
at 33rd and Pierce Streets. .
Miss Ertha White with Mr.
ham to the planning group for
All four of these projects were .Fred Richarlson vice chairmanand
this important service, and also as PILL THE PLUG
intensification of efforts to make i among those given top priority Mrs.D.H.Woods as secretary.The .
on a list of proposed building Al Smilh Draws I alumni, friends and ,
the Hour second to none in this supporters ON STOMACH UPSETHalfalive
plans recently announced by the GwU
of teh
area. 1 I college are asking the ,when constipation
Speaking for the service will be School Board. Raise With public to support the drive. sours stomach Black-Draught
Pay relieves constipation ov r"tQ"C.
Miss Estelle Williams, well known Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
instructor in the school system IF YOU HAVE MOVED Uutivt-Stonicfe Svteteaer Works Onroittt!

and active worker in local AME Nothing makes a woman look Indians Team YOUR REGISTRATION CARD vegetable-No harsh herbs.griping Thoroughly Made from pure but
circles. younger or prettier or fresher WILL NOT BE FORWARDED gently uncorks clogged intestines.
than white clothes. Now that TO YOUR NEW Brings comforting relief in morning.
ADDRESSBE
The public is cordially invitedto Then life looks sunny again Get
attend. we've got white fabrics that suds CLEVELAND Al Smith, the SURE TO CHANGE Black-Draught today.
...
''Ann Powder or Ortnnlatrt farm sad
in a minute and need no ironing, slugging outfielder who was tt : t YOUR ADDRESSAT =. to mew, tcn-tv-taJtt Ttbutt. tool

white clothes are practical for any chosen by local baseball writersas ; THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE U.J.II'.U.: .wb.n. eometpattaa.oar. udrr.. as
FLORIDA STARIN Let them get dirty. It MARKET & DUVAL ntUoa and dlapntUon. cet Syrup et BlMkDrum. -
purpose. the Indians' "man of the year"last Tbw IOT this hootr vMt UquidlWOftlD'S

EVERY doesn't matter. A dip into soapsuds season has signed his 1956 -
a little time to dry and theyare contract with a substantial boostin ,

COLORED HOME just like new. pay according to an annOunce-

ment made by the Indians' front


office.Last season, Smith posted a .306

CHAMPION'SBig batting average to lead the team iONERS

and rank sixth'in the league. De-

Outlet Sale spite the fact that he was lead off
Factory .
man most of the time, he drove in -..

Sore More Right Now 77 runs and hit 22 home runs. He Y "F.x ,43; .

was second in the league to Mic- FASTEST SWING

All Men and Boy's Jackets 20% Off key Mantle' of the New York HAIR STRAIGHTEN S
Yankees in runs scored, with 123. b
Fin Wool Shirts $2.98 He led the Indians in stolen bases .. h .. andBiACXRJNS
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Men's; Dress Pants $3.00 with 11.Smith. If
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appeared to be in fine r

Long Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.98 shape and all set for Spring train- SOU ATAUMUftAflC STout .
,t ( tided by eM Ad Mier a1g1t
Rib Underwear 89 ing. t .
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Men's Shorts and Tee Shirts 3-for $1.00 I -0 pox If IT HAMt-10DAY
A picture album can be fast ai intcre linx .. yon want lo make It.
Sox High Quality Sox 5 pairs $1.00 Turn on vacuum'the blower cleaner attachmentof There' DO need lo mount your snapshot* in rows ani| hate tl: m all
speed
your the same size. Variety u the spice that makes the album interesting to
125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 drying after "shampooing" a rug do fun lo look al.
with thick soapsuds. The same

goes for newly-sudsed upholstered Original Snapshot Albums n to Make

furniture, also.
Pictures album paste pot anda ment with various layouts-and
... little imagination-these are the don't be afraid of borrowing a bit
W. T. NiiIoi only ingredients necessary lor of technique from your favorite
Learn Commercial Art creating a photo album that's fun picture magazines.

t Start Anytime to make and a delight to own. Some of your more interesting J
HOURCLEANERS
Your Buick Salesman \ G. I. APPROVED As for what kind ol album to shots can be given added impor-
AMERICAN use that's purely a matter of per- tance through enlargement The ,
Invites You sonal choice. You can start from resulting contrast in size lends .
SCHOOL OF ART scratch and make simple sturdy extra eye-appeal to the page. And
To See and Try Out 27 W. BEAVER covers 'out of cardboard wood, for "special effects" you may even 11 ;

leather, or heavy acetate sheets. want to try cutting some of your
THE 1956 BUICK The pages between the covers can pictures into various shapes or

for QUICK RELIEF of bP made of art papei cut to size, combining two or three prints to
the Best Buick Yet or you can buy ready-made album simulate a panoramic scene. --Jnc- .
'HEADACHENEURALGIA leaves of suitable dimensions.Of By the way we discovered only
course if you don't feel am- the other day that art corners
New Instrument Panel bitious enough to tackle a com- now come in eleven different col

plete "do-it-yourself job, there'sa ors-gold and silver pink and
Sweep-Ahead Styling wide variety of albums and blue ivory,sepia red green blue BACHELOR BUNDLES
New Power Ease Pains of Headache scrapbooks already on the marketto gray and white-as well as the
xz ': Neuralgia Neuritis with choose from. One that '.e like more usual black. So pot can adda
o New Dynaflow < Quick Acting STANBACK has transparent' envelopes for little dash of color to your
Test STANBACK pages.It's rather similar to a wed- mounts too if it strikes your 5 HOUR SERVICE
againstany
SAMPLE ITS MOTION .fA ;: ding album_very professional- fancy.
.... ;\ preparation JOU'neyer looking and designed to give Another hint we'd like to pass
used See how deeatif.lb Lewadered ..d F ll lh.d'l
Call W. T. Minton A : maximum protection to your along concerns vacation albums.
< \\\ L quick relief comes. prints._Or you might want several Why not include all those maps
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EX 8-0573 "( .$,.11 : S-t of the smaller albums-the kind and travel pamphlets you've saved
w t t that have pages entitled "My from your trips? You might use GiL' it7Y1 JrlHtlf

WILLIAMS BUICK CO. Children" and "My Grandchil the left-hand pages fcr these 'l J
dren"-which are just right for items and mount your pictures
carrying in pocket or purse.In opposite on the right-hand side.
3261 Kings Avenue Phillips Highway mounting your snapshots, Time's awastingO start past-

EX 8-0573 Res. EL 3-9178 don't limit yourself to a row- ing. 911 West Ashley 416 Main StreetMinisters
upon-row arrangement. Experi John Van Guilder








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Jacksonville Recreation Department To Sponsor Art Exhibit





Local Schools And Art! TeachersWill I James Weldon Johnson Band And Chorus In MusicaleIN



Participate In. Art! ShowIt


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was announced his week that an Art Exhibit featuring the !

work of amateur painters will be held at the Jefferson Street Swimming .

Pool from February 19 to February 251h.

The exhibit is being sponsored

by the Jacksonville
Recreation

Department. Junior High Schools Fisk U. JoinsRelations

and Senior High Schools of Jack- t '
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sonville.

There-will be no awards given. AwardNASHVILLE

This exhibition is being held to .
g a.d
create interest in art and to give
Tenn. The I
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the community the opportunity of J
General Alumni Association of I
seeing some of the fine work be-
Fisk University has joined with
ing done in the schools. II
Dr. Jerome S. Davis former visit-
The medium will be: Oil paintings -
ing professor religion at Fisk
pastels black and white,
from Yale University in estab- I
water color, and designs. There
lishing an annual award for outstanding -
will be three divisions, Junior
service in the fields of
High Schools, Senior High Schools I A Up of the Pepsi Cap to
and Adult. race relations civil liberties.. and these outstanding young
Americans who make
All student entries must have economic justice. a&a c .10 country and our communitya our
b better plat e in which to live.LORETTA .
The d
been executed after Septemberfirst award will also honor the : st k'o

1955. All pictures must be memory of Dr. Davis father Jer- 4 *

original. The exhibit is open onlyto ome Dean Davis pioneer missionary -

amateur painters who are residents to Japan who fought all his
of Jacksonville. life for equality'' between the

Each Junior High School will races.

enter five of the best paintings by To be known as' the "Fisk Dis- 1P
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students and the Senior High tinguished Service Award," it will \ a t

Schools will enter ten of the best carry with it a cash honorariumof \ t

paintings by students. Art in- $500. Any Negro whose serviceto \ ai.

structors may exhibit some of the race has been outstandingis

their work too. eligible for nomination. The

At the conclusion of the art award will be given for service

show, six of teh best student pic- done by the honoree in the yearit

tures will be selected by a leadingart is given.

critic to be shown in the art Judges for the award are Dr.

galler yof the Wilder Recreation Homer Cooper Chicago; Judge s

Center. There are no restrictionsas William Hastie; Philadelphia; Mrs.

to subject matter or style but William Thomas Mason Washington IN MUSICALE-Some: of the young instrumentaliiU ana Soloists who will be featured with the James

no copies of..paintings by other ; Dr. Benjamin E. Mays At- Weldon Johnson band when the band and chorus is presented in a musicale at the school are seen YOUNG

artists will knowingly be accept- lanta; P. L. Prattis Pittsburgh; with the head of the music department Mrs. Lillie B. Blackshear bottom center. James Junior Weldon High Johnson

A. Maceo Smith, Dallas; WillardS. At the top. left to right! are: Ernest Wilson cornetisl; : Mitchell CambelL euphoniumist; Clara Pepsi-Cola dealers salute

ed.Art Instructors who are expected Townsend Chicago and Dr. Yvonne Walker, soprano; vocalist; and John Mallory trombonist. In the bottom row are: Betty this member student of the who Girls Safe-is a _

to enter some of their paintingsare Charles S. Johnson, Nashville. Richardson. flutist; Mrs. Blackshear and Marylyn Madry. flulist ey Patrol and who is also
vice president of her class.
: Mrs.V. Lois Hant director of Public nominations should be I This active young leaderis

the art' department of Isaih sent to Awards Committee Alumni JACKSONVILLE GOLFERS GUILD HOLD in operation soon between Florida Polio Isn't Licked Yet serves an honor as reporter student for and the

Blocker Junior High School; Mrs. Office Fisk University, Nash- and other states. I \ Student.NORMA .

Millred Hampton director of the ville 8, Tenn. Announcement of INSTALLATION OF NEW OFFICERS HERE Larson said "we can no longer j
art department of New Stanton the 1955 winner will be an- tolerate the extreme negligence of "Nearly 3,000,000 polio fightersare is >F

Senior High School; Miss Lucille nounced at the May 28 com- drivers who become involvel in working as a mighty army to
Littlejohn directsor of the art mencement exercises of Fisk University William M. Broadway presi-i i' monds Julius Henderson Sr., Oscar highway mishaps without collect March of Dimes funds.
dent of the Club Ambassador any 4
and i Hillman, James Holmes P. J. &4
Weldon f
department at Jawes Mrs. one of the pioneer members of Jenkins AL C. Joyner, George :means for paying darfiages." They know polio isn't licked yet,"
Johnson Junior High School;
lepart-i the Lincoln Golf and Country McClellan, T. N. McCoy, Edward Liability Insurance require- said Charles H. Bynum directorof
Walden director of the art
ment of,Matthew W. Gilbert High I REV. J. S. SANDERS Club was keynote speaker and Monroe Samuel Munroe, JosephC. ments under the new law are interracial activities of the Na- A Ana

installation official for the offi- Pauline Sr. James Redding, minimum coverages of $10,000 for tional Foundation for Infantile
Mrs. Essie D. McCray,
School; and Crafts for ORDAINED HERE cers of the Jacksonville Amateur William Earl Reed, Leon Richardson injury to one person $20,000 for Paralysis. He reported that $47- P w
Chairman of Arts
the Orange State Recreation Association / Golfers Guild for 1956. David Sargeant, Eddie Lee two and $5,000 for property dam- 600,000 is needed by the NationalS I
ages. Upon becoming involved in Foundation to fight polio in 1956.
: ;..*Mr. Henry. Daniels, art Rev., J. S, Sanders, a former The impressive installation pro- Smith William Shellman, Otis 4 zepkegw,
instructor at Isiah Blocker Junior member of Mt. Sinai Baptist gram was held in the New Lincoln Speights, Herbert' Wingate Felix an accident, the motorist must Expressing confidence, Bynum

High School; and Julius Guinyardof Church was ordained into the Golf and Country Club last White and Willie C White. either take out insurance or put told of observations in states re-
other collateral for three-
up a
the Recreation Department.Other ministry in an impressive cere- Friday night cently visited on a 14 state campaign -
y
art directors are expectedto mony by Rev. H. H. Robinson, The following officers were in- INSURANCE CHIEF year period. trip which includes visits to t'w>

enter soon. AU entries will be pastsor of the church. stalled: Elwood L. J. Banks president Louisiana Mississippi Tennessee

accepted February 17-18 from 3:00 Other ministers who participated ; Joseph Pauline, Sr, vice WARNS AUTOISTS Registration For Texas South Carolina Georgia
in the ordination were Rev. H. president Willie C. White, finan- Florida North Carolina Virginia

W. Stuckey, Rev. Hill Morris of cial secretary Samuel Munroe, Extension Courses Ditrict of Columbia West Vir- 'JUNE WILSON

eTT1NGLIPNIGHTS; St. Matthews Baptist Church, recording secretary; P. J. Jenkins, TALLAHASSEE, Jan. 25-Insurance ginia New York Maryland Michigan New Senior SUntson

Rev. O. D. Davis and Rev. G. W. assistant recording secretary; Os- Commissioner J. Edwin Begins Saturday and Illinois. Here Is a young High Jaxon
Larson has appealed to all Florida: who is doing her part in
Hillman
L treasurer
Miller. car Melvin
or Itch- ; contributing to the growth
burning
to tip*NighU urin&tlou too or frequent Strong. Cloudy UrtmJ Rev Sanders has been called to Copeland business manager; motorists to take heed that the Registration for the second semester "The American people are determined and progress of the community -
due to common: KJ.iaeJ' *od Bladder Irrt- new Financial to make the miracle Of Norma Is an act-
U ioU. try CYBTEX tie quiet.gnUtjIn*. the pastorate of Orange Grove Felix White, chaplain. Responsibility law of the Florida A. and M. ive member of the Stanto-
comtortlae help.A nneutetitZsucceu. applies to all drivers involved in freedom from paralytic attacks of Musi-Cho and serves as
n Md to r&*t a* Baptist and performed his first AL C. Joyner, local businessman University Extension classes be- secretary of the Sunday
Ask druggist for CYSTEX under accidents regardless of fault. polio come true he said. School of Bethel
Baptist
attraction or money-tack ruran ... baptismal rites on January 15. served as toastmaster. Others appearing gins at 9 o'clock Saturday morn- Church.
-- on the program were: Commissioner Larson referredto ing Jan. 21 at the Moncrief Ele- I

Felix White Mrs. Oscar L Hill- the new law which became ef- mentary School.:All persons who

man, Willie C. White and Melvin fective last October 1, requiring are interested in any course will >+

RITZ THEATRE Copeland. all persons involved in accidents present themselves between 9 and ACHING MUSCLES

President Banks gave the over- amounting to $50 property dam- 12 o'clock to make a selection of Rliv pain .* tired Mr, aehinc muel > wcti
Weather Conditioned all observations for the programand age or personal injury to obtain the course that they would like to **with STAN BACK.tablet er pwdmBTANBACK
future proof of financial acts fast U briitfl e.mfortiaflr
thanked the 50 or more guest respon- take.It ..
li f. becaUM tko 8TANBACK formula
present.. sibility or risk the loss of motor- is desired that all persons in- ..........** Mv r.l MriptiA type l*.
and
Friday Saturday To climax the activities, a five ing privileges.The terested in extension courses present ,"'it"" for fast naw of Ml.*.
2 BIG ACTION FEATURES! -
-ALLAH "ROCKY" LANE IN course dinner was served. Insurance Commissioner as themselves at the time desig-
The 1956 roster of the Guild in- administrator of the new law, has nated
; OF SUNDOWN"and so that the program may
"SHERIFF clude: Elwood Banks, James Bur- emphasized also that suspensionof
begin the following week. Persons
ris, Willie Coles, Melvin Copeland driver's license or tage against Church Reporters
SHEFFIELD IN
JOHNNY "BOMBA" desiring a graduate course are to
S. C. Dorsey, Nathaniel Dudley, out-of-state motorists will like-

"LORD OF THE JUNGLE"Starts Cornell Dunlap, James Everett, wise be effected under new resip- make their selection at the same Clubs Social Groups

Charles A. Green, James J. Ham- rocal agreements expected to be time. S. C Evans is local director.

Sunday 3 Days SEND IN YOUR
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..- GARY MERRILL WANDA HENDRIX GERTRUDE MILLER

;<., "THE BLACK DAKOTAS"and Announcements Early Isaiah Junior Blocker filch .I

: Here's a student who like
JANE RUSSELL Ih S v Pepsi-Cola always hits the
I To The right key. Gertrude who
"UNDERWATER"Wednesday is a musician of unusual
I d I ability was recently hon-
ored for her musical con-
FLORIDASTAR tnbut'ons. At a poet he
dedicated a poem to the
and Thursday I patrol unit which was
widely aeclaimecLco.grat.latioas :

"SECURITY RISK" : .

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Send or Bring Your Ma- : from.
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terial Between Monday & Merit Award

Article Readers Digest Reveals wiMtrs
Noon.
{I Wednesday Listen to Pepsi Merit
Award win tot ion* oa

Jittery Pre-Menstrual Tension Y : Florida Star-423 Broad St. TIME Pepsi, Cola WRHC.TEEN-1400ON Z

dial Saturday
Jacksonville 1, Florida *your, 10-11 AJ*.
Is So Often a Needless Misery! i M


Do Butter terrible nervous tenatopped or strWngIJ relieved Advise Us of Your Teas.
ton_feel Jittery. Irritable depain and discomfort l 13 out of 4lrst I
before your period women got glorious relief I I Parties Meetings Well In
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month
each ? A startling article to Taken regularly. Pinkham's re
READER'S DIGEST reveals such 11evestheheadachescrampsnenpremenstrual .off
Advance So We Can Ar-
torment is neediest ous tension during and before Re-
In many cases! your period. Many women never
misery t
Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the flnt day Why range To Send A Photog-
how to avoid such suffering. should rout This month,start tak- ,
With Lydia Pinkham's Compound Ins Pinkham's. See if you don't rapher. n
and Tablet*,churn so much happier escape pre-menstrual tension..so
less tense as those "difficultdays" : often the cause: of unbapp1ness.
Oct Lydia E. *]rA
approachlLydla Pinkhanvs Ii dactsra'lestseaa.asiag Pinkham' Vece- DISCUSSING BRANDS Isiah White left. special representative for Consolidated Distributors> NO CHARGEFor Pepsi CaSe

has a remarkable ". d.J.-pt table Compound ... local liquor firm is seen discussing of the brands of whiskey he promotes on the local scene. White 1t Dells .f

soothing the touree effect of such on r.5d.1.wvw..dll.al)relie'distrasr riaiag,..ad. Tableta or convenient wb1ch have new who possesses a fin personality-and is doing an admirable: job in the field of promotion is among.the News or Pictures Jeckaoa.ilettatrnh -

distress.' In doctors (date thaw ____ iys"1 I b1oocI- o1ldma Iron crop of Negro representatives working for firms that are aware of the purchasing power in the Negro
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Putnam County News Planning For Guidance Conference I National Student YWCA Secretary

BY E. J. VREEN __
80S Madison Street. PalAik Florida Visits Florida And .Campus

Phone East 5-3025

ST. AUGUSTINE-Miss Doris Wilson. National Student Secre-

THOUGHT FOR THE WEER"Don't tary of the Young Women's Christian Association who carries her

borrow trouble: borrow money and trouble wil follow. work to college and university campuses in ten southeastern states
was chapel speaker at Florida Normal and Industrial Memorial
Last week Mrs. Beatrice Earlee was the Florida Star's guest to c College last Fridap. January 13.

the movie She was accompanied. by hx daughter Evelyn. The program was under the
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This week we extend an invitation .?4 J t auspices of the college YMCA of can answer all the problems

to a lady who lives on the Mrs. Hutcherson discussed the r which Miss Hestella Barber a which stem loneliness, emptiness,

south end of the city just she and lesson and served a tasty menu. senior student from Pompano anxiety; can help one to be a real
her husband. Her husband is'part Deacon E. J.Vreen, Supt. of the Beach, is president, and Mrs. A. L person.

ly self-employed and also works Sunday School expressed appre- Greene and Mrs. Claudette Wal- An informal reception was held

for the largest business in Putnam ciation on behalf of the group lace are faculty sponsOrs.Miss for Miss Wilson on Thursday

County. This young lady is usual- who attended the meeting which : Wilson cited the revolutionary evening in Fisher HalL
ly at home every Saturday morn was held in the home of Mr. and 4 forces at work in our

ing waiting to read the Florida Mrs. Fred Colee. -- world today-a world in which, PATRONIZEOUR
Star. She has several'brothersand '
according to Frank Laubach, one-
sisters. If she will contact me CAFE PROPRIETOR third of the people are starving,
I will give her two passes to the ESCAPES INJURYMr. two thirds will not live beyondthe ADVERTISERSMARCH

movies so he can take her hus- C. S. Belton. Sr. proprietor PLAN FOR FAM.U GUIDANCE CONFAB-The fifteen persons in the above photo met recently to age of thirty, and one-half are --

band along. and manager of the Belton's. Cafe [initiate plans for the fifth annual Florida A k M Guidance Conference scheduled for February 1617. illiterate. She expressel concern

narrowly escaped injury late Sun- Left to right A. A. Abraham. James CondelL Mrs. S. H. HowelL Mrs. Minnie Fields Mrs. Julian for the apathy which exists on Jouttfe

Mr. James Bullard and Mr. Ed- day while driving hi* son's car. Adderley. Dr.: E. H. Wallace. Mrs. T. B. Cooper. Mrs. W. J. Riley Edward Dubois E. H. Wallace. Mrs. the part of students on many college -

die Lee Jackson of Miami spent Mr. Belton's car crashed into a I Samuel HilL Mrs. A. C. Briggs. Dr. B. L. Perry. Miss Edna Calhoun. and W. E. Combs. A and M campuses in this country-

the week-end in Palatka as the ..car owned by his cousin Miss Vivian staff photo by H. Jones. Jr. this land of privilege and oppor-
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house guests of Mrs. Catherine Brown. The car was parkedin tunity.Dr. .

Harrison and Mrs. Mary Pierce. front of Mr. Albert William's Benjamin E. Mays, the DIMES _
Mr. Bullarl was formerly a resi- home. 812 Main Street. He crashed Central Men's Club Aids Clinical beet speaker stated, in his book "Man's

dent of Palatka. into the car while driving in Search for Himself" points out i

the downtown area of Palatka. Academy In. Polio Drive that people generally ar echaract-j
Set At FAHU
The car was a '55 Chevrolet erized by loneliness, have a sense rivRt
The many friends of Mrs. Ruby 'owned by Prof. C. S. Belton. Jr. of emptiness (lack of purpose),
Mays will regret to learn that she No charges were placed. against HighlightsThe PALATKA President Wil- and are fraught with anxiety. Be- s 2 T3 4 5 13 13
is ill at the home of her aunt. him. The damago to his car was liam Maxwell announced expensive TALLAHASSEE-The twenty- lieving that students are likewise 1 9 {0 {I 12 21
sixth annual meeting of the Flor-
estimated at $300.Ponton The Central Civics plans for the Young Men emotionally disturbed in these Le l S {6 11 u 26 21 21
Rev. and Mrs. L. D. Green haveas Academy ida A. & M. University Clinical 21
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Club Progressive Club's participationin times. Miss Wilson offered the following 21
was in charge of the last
Association will 31
their house guest Mrs. Potterof convene February ', 39
the 1956 March of Dimes Cam- suggestions to her stud- ;a
Lakeland.Mr. Park News Friday assembly program. The 7-9 at the Florida A. and M. Uni-
entire paign..Committees have been appointed ent listener: (1) that a students
program centered
was on versity Hospital and Healtht Cen-
the for the various drive func- they recognize that they have avocation -
Emancipation Proclamation.
Earnest Brown. Mrs. Jua- tions and all clubs "to be student"-to
McBride and churches, societies ter.The a
the
and Mr. William By Mrs. Florence life of Dr. George Wash-
Lockhart
aUa following specialists have learn to
ington Carver. and individuals are urged study; ((2) that they
Norwood accompanied the Star Services at ML Tamo Baptist to assist the Young Men's Progressive accepted invitations to appear on "develop loyalties"-realize thatit
reporter to Hawthorne Sunday Church were enjoyed by all who Mary Long and Gloria Cooper, Club in this -worthy the scientific program at this is through membership in Learn Commercial Art

afternoon where he was the guest attended. The pastor, Rev. Pearce C._ A. freshmen were very good. cause. meeting: Vaughan Mason M. D., groups in organizations that Start Anytime

- speaker for the Men's Day pro preached at each service. Ellis Johnson is Civics Club Rev. Wilbur Miller pastor of gynecologist, New York; John A. they may exercise influence on G. I. APPROVED

gram at the Galilee Baptist president Mrs. E. K. Pinkney is the Presbyterian Church, is in Kenney M. D., dermatologist. the campus or in the world; (3) AMERICAN

Church. Rev. Martin the moderator group sponsor. charge of all church activities Cleveland Ohio; Asa Yancey M. that they bring intellectual under- SCHOOL OF ART -

spoke to all the Ministers and during the drive. Letters have D. surgeon,Tuskegee; Jack White stanling to the subject of religion. 27 W. BEAVER
Mrs. Willy Lee Vreen left last Deacons in a meeting that was Tenth A High Steppers been forwarded to all churches M. D. surgeon, Washington, D. Religion, the speaker maintained
Thursday night for Miami. Mrs. held in the ),It. Tamo Baptist sponsored a skirt and sweater and contributions through the C.; T. M. Smith M. D. internist

Vreen will be out of the city for Church of the St. Johns River party at the high school auditorium churches should be made to Rev. Chicago, IlL; E. T. Odom, M. D.,
several weeks. She will be the Baptist Association Sunday. last Friday night. A large Miller. internist, Tuskegee; St. Johns DeeJayListen

house guest of Rev. and Mrs. C.R. crowd attended.. J. F. Lame M. D. surgeon,
"Peanuts Polio"
Townsend.Mrs. Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill in Earl Ward is president of the for are being Louisville Ky.; F. A. Finley D.D
sold the streets at at
schools
the hospital. 10th graders and Mrs. E. K. on S. SL Petersburg, Fla. Norman
basketball games and etc., by the ; '-it.ih: .
Harrison ; .J.
Palmsy formerlyof Pinkney is sponsor. teenagers of Central Academy.Mrs. Griffiths DJ.S., Howard Univer- : -:
Palatka but for several yearsa Mrs. Fannie.Browning is ill sity, Washington, D. C.; N. C.
resident of Arizona is in the and friends wish for them a Miss Mamie Lou Lloyd who was Flossie Taylor is in chargeof Calhoun, DJO.S, Tuskegee; R. C.

dty visiting'her father Mr. James speedy recovery. stricken ill while at school last this sale. Darlington, Ph.D. in Pharmacy iTh2t1S
(Daddy James) Harrison. week is well on the road to re- 'I'' )'tr. Henry H. Wright heads the Howard Universtiy, Washington $

committee working through the D. C.; A. W. Morrison,pharmacist

),Ir. and Mrs. Earl Vreen motored Satsuma Hews Miss Lloyd. a senior, is confinedto schools and individuals.: Miami; C. Brown, pharmacist, .

to Jacksonville last Friday her home on North 7th Street. The Young Men ProgressiveClub Tampa;

night to witness the Globetrottersgame By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter ...-We hope she is back in school will solicit funds between 4 J. Iszard, pharmacist, Jackson t R .-.
: soon. and 7 p. m. on Saturday, January21st ville
very ; Mrs. Agnes E. M. Anderson,
There will be a shower held in and 28th. Representatives of RJJ.. executive secretary Florida I a y.7b .

Buckey Roberts will be the the home of Mrs.Mamie Simmonson All of the transported studentsare the club will be on.the corners of State Nurses Association, Orlando; '

Florida Star's guest for lunch January 27th at 8 p. m.Friendsof to be commended for their ex- Madison and 11th Streets. Mrs.Matilda Walker, Anaesthetist, eDdW 34W y" Fn ; .

Monday at Central Academy.A the bride' and groom are in- cellent conduct .on the busses. Doc. Taylor is in charge of all Jacksonville; Reverand Henry C.

vited to attend. The drivers all report 100% co clubs participation. Contributionsfrom Bowden, V. A. Hospital Tuske- I
free course on Mother and operation. clubs should be made to him. gee 4 4d

Child Care ,started Monday Jan. Mrs. Serena Clay and her son The drive will end on February1st
Frank Cline M. D. medical director -
18. Those who wish to registerfor Jessie, spent a few weeks with her Room 117 Mrs. C. A. Young when the Mother's March will Southwest Tuberculosis
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this course may contact Mrs. father in Tampa, Florida. awarded the Best be made. Members of the HallieQ. I
sponsor was Hospital Tampa A. R. Tweed,
I
Clara Mann at 53579. Mrs. Ethel Room Trophy by the Honor Society Brown Club will be sponsor of ; & ,-
M. D Los Angeles
psychiatrist,
Kirkland; Registered Nurse. State The wedding of Miss B. O. last week. Kenneth Baldwin this drive and will solicit funds Calif. *

Consultant who has a spedal Bowlow and C. Hubby will be made the presentation.The from house to house.
backgrounl having attended special held on January 29th in Crescent At the meeting of the Young W. G. McCoo M. D. Los Angeles

courses at Maternity Center. City, Florida. Central Academy Cafeteria Men's Progressive Club President California is presilent of the
New York City will be the In.i program seems to be.rolling alongin Maxwell explained. the needs of Clinical Association, and L. H. B.
strutor. The classes will continue We have on our sick list for this high gear. the National Foundation for In- Foote M. D. of Tallahassee sec- sa

thru January 31, classes start at week Little Walter Shorter's mo- fantile Paralysis. He pointed out retarytreasurer.HOW "
Mrs. Battles school cafeteria
10 a. m. thru 12 noon. ther and father, and Mr. Walter that there are presently 68,000
manager, is quite pleased with the
Wilson. cases of polio in the U. S. needing TO WASH YOUR
large number of students who
Mr. and Mrs. Frazier Hutcherson patient care and to foresake these ELECTRIC FRYER
come into the kitchen to say they 1
of North 9th Street were the The members of SL John Baptist enjoyed the fine meaL children now would be disastrous. I An electric fryer needs to be

hosts to the officers and teachersof Church are glad to have their Care can be given by you contri- I kept scrupulously clean even .w..

Calvary Baptist Church's new pastor. The basketball season is in full buting your dimes and dollars. I though it can't be immersed in To
School on Wednesday night, Jan. Mr. Maxwell further urged all water.
swing. The C. A. boys and lassies
11th. During the entertainment, beautifully. clubs to do their utmost in con-
Linen blouses wash session
opened the season with a twin After each frying use WILLIAM "BILL" SENIORSWith
Actually, the more linen is laundered bill against the Walter E. Harris tacting every individual clubs, soft paper to wipe excess fat from
,the lovelier it looks. High SchooL Hastings.The churches and societies.These club the basket, and then scrub it in His
Nt needed members will contact you. so
surgery hot soapsuds. Rinse with hot
new City Auditorium is GIVE AND GIVE GENEROUSLY water and wipe it dry. Early Bird Jamboree

to reduce swelling LEARN TO DRIVEThe rapidly taking shape. The City Fill the fryer well with hot .

Quickest The Easiest Commission is really trying to put' FLORIDA STARIN suds, scrub the bottom and sides Monday Thru Saturday a.m. to 7 a.m.

of ainfnI piles! W.y Te ....,. ol Booker in great shape. with a soft brush, and pour out
EVERY the soapy water. Repeat with OVER STATION W S T N
na Ceeiert tests amazing new
fftifnlmt ram tnatentty relieved AJAXDRIVING The Putnam Principals Council clean hot water, and dry with a Most Station
1 8eI' torture! Gave internal and SCHOOL met in the High School Librarylast COLORED HOME hot toweL St. Augustine's Pouplar
e3lrnd relief-without surgery! .
ed Ingredientsuco CALL EL 4-0639 Friday evening. Mr. F. R.
U N Brooks, C. A. principal was host.
sweater.Premoie healing.You sit. George Perpena OJThWNWScNFEzE.r'2 OLI'DID'GhEEZE.
tnJktn comfort!Only stainless piletrtdoe EZYI-qHf D (T T IW TAKE
"y. gtntnkei..Paao- *" 1134 W. 5th Street The Central Academy P. T. A. NIJ NfVE
er c1 _!-- M I had its first meeting of the year

Tuesday January 10. ?
YLS2t YES11A,
The membership drive is being j ButSMITH -

continued and all parents and
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patrons are urged to secure mem-
berships. f


Look for the big Talent Night

the freshmen are really cookingup

something.FOR .


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supple, and uncumbersome they
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fasten'to his belt and fold into a

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TALLAHASSEE The rampaging Wilder Athletic Club Boxing Team is expected to be strong

. NASHVILLE Tenn. Florida A. and M. Rattlers, 1955 FIAC Florida A and M Univer- contenders for both the open and novice team titles in the Jacksonville .
hardwood champions, bowed to Fisk University last year's confer-
sity Rattlers, Golden
defending SIAC Gloves tournament to be held at the Main Street
. ence runners-up last Friday night in Nashville. champions won two basketball Arena Feb. 678.

The fray started slowly with 4 games last week to run their sea- Twenty amateur boxers have

both teams playing an exceptional I H son mark to seven wins and two registered with the Club. Back Henry Matthews fine
a boxer
careful brand of balL Neither .. defeats with an 83-68 victory over with the Club is John Woods, who from Matthew Gilbert

team scored until after six minutes $d : the Morris Brown College Wolve- won the lightweight championship School, will box in the 160-lb.High

of play FAMtTs Larry Morgan Negro rines on Monday night and a 72-67 and most outstanding boxer novice division Earl
:;-- rot on a lay-up to break the i:4: win the ; Thorp run-
6}xGY over Bethune-Cookman award in the 1955 Jax Golden ner-up in the featherweight divi-
ice. The score sea-sawed crazily College Wildcats
Gloves.
LOUISVILLE, Wednesdaynight. sion last year will be back for
throughout the initial period anda .
Other outstanding boxers expected another try at the title Lonnie
ville Colonels ;
goal by Fisk was not allowedas Lanky Herb Edwards sopho- to win titles are: Walter Salters, veteran of amateur
Association will a
the buzzer sounded, leavingthe more whiz from Tallahassee, Matthews, runner-up in the light- tournaments will
the perform again
during
Rattlers with a slim 32-30 ers poured in 41 points-including 13 weight division last Mat-
the first time in year. this year in the 160-lb. open divi-
edge. charity tosses on 16 attemptstopace thews will fight as a ''middle-

-, The final stanza was altogether ball club. the Rattlers to victory over weight this year; Joe Murchison, sion.Other
different, as the Fisk Bulldogs nouncement good prospects are: Ben-
Norris Brown and run his seven participated in 1955 Golden
swept to a quick 10-point lead and onels front 4i game average to 24.7 for a total of Gloves, will fight in the 147-lb. ny McBride 123-lbs; William My-
least two with rick, 170-lbs; Rudolph Jones, 147-
after fighting off a brief flurry by 173 points. class Edward Phillips final-
open ;
the A. and M. squad, steadily increased This decision Ibs; William Lewis, 118-lbs; Wil-
With Edwarls ailing and sittingout ist in the 1954 AAU champion-
their margin to coast in result of plans the Cookman fray, freshman ships. Phillips will fight in the liam Mandrian, 175-lbs; Charles

on a 74-59 final tally. owners of the % Leroy (Spike) Gibson, another light heavyweight class, open. .Pace, 125-lbs; Henry Mosley 126-

Benjamin' Anderson, Fisk forward new club .s local lad, hit for 32 points as the division. Ibs. and Andrew McNeel, 160-lbs.

led scorers with 27 points. contracts of a Rattlers turned back the strong ---- -- -- -----

Leroy pibson paced the Florida players from BCC

contingent'with 20 markers. gated It is section r x e The cagers.32 points scored by Gibson Atlanta Sporls Honors Branch Rickey

.
enabled him to overtake Edwardsin

home park .- the scoring department and With "Pioneer Award" Other Stars
panded now ;
2 Tan Pitchers move ahead 177 to Edward's 173

expected to be Branch"Rickey, chairman of the board who.jiow has played in one less

Called To Drill Negro players received The Pioneer Award" in Atlanta game than Gibson.A ATLANTA. Ga. Branch Rickey who pioneered new era in

roster.Miami's. on the occasion of the twenty-first annual all- and M. led Morris Brown 31- organized baseball was honored on Thursday January 20 in Atlanta

The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club, a project of.the 45 at the half and the Wildcats when the 100 Per Cent Wrong Club local sports group held its 21st

ffilk Detroit Jackie Robinson and Pee We Reese likewise 38-30. annual all-sports jamboree and saluted the theme. The Golden Era

contributions to The Golden Era of Sports. George Williams' 13 points was of Sports."

DETROIT Ted Richardsonand tops for Morris Brown and King Mr.
-
both Leads Rainey and Henry Green hit for tribute I physical education programs. The
Jim Proctor pitchers are
almost certain to become the first IT UP 16 to lead the Wildcats' attack.to "The late Henry Arthur* Kean, head of

Jackie athletics at A. and L, the
was
field in
Negroes to take the a RUSTON La.
Reese "Coach of the Year" in 1955.
Detroit Tigers uniform during the the Miami >BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON each member of the 1955 group. "The Two
Dr. R. E.
Clement president
coming season. caned the
Those named in 1955 were J.
companion
According to the Tigers' front Grambling Atlanta University presided at
Frank (Homerun) Baker Ted
office both have been notified team. Calmer manager of I he took a cut, but he is still worth$25OOOa Officials the headliners! event while Presi-
Lyons Schalk
Ray Gabby Hart-
is now around to the New gave dent B. E. Mays, Morehouse College -
that they are expected to report value to the year nett, Dazzy Vance and Joe Di-
to Lakeland, Florida Feb. 14 for program is course in York Yankees. Maggio. thrice also an Atlanta institution

the first spring drill session. He is to converse I THE CLEVELAND INDIANS ing developed the theme "Why the
CARLISLE DOLLINGS. head
Thetwo pitchers were signed letter athlete. speaking !have signed Rogers Hornsby for linesman in the the Year" Golden Era of Sports," in a state-
Rose Bowl
Drecsea is scouting duty hi.theChlcaio game tion in me ment of tribute to the honorees.Dr. .
area
last fall when their contracts lete has been a between UCLA and Michigan
were purchased from the Indian football and their language where he works for the city recreation I late Clement is a former coach
State was the official who called a
Richards 21- not able to department He served as at Tuskegee and athletic official
apolis Clowns. a well liked on vital penalty against UCLA. Dol- I.
year-old southpaw was credited of his quiet says that batting instructor for the Indiansfor Alabama.
The Rickey-Robinson-Reese citations
lings was hanged in effigy on the Youthful -
with 27-3 record last season get the' signs a few weeks of the 1947
a but once on campus of UCLA. During the football were given in memory of
with the Clowns. He hurled 16 terror. to explain to Spring training season. Hornsbywith necktie party school: officials A. F. Herndon, pioneer Atlanta
tor at
shutouts according to Spd Pollock, There is no doing wrong. a lifetime batting average of came to the rescue and cut down businessman, who founded the
is an Inter- .358 was second only to Tp Cobb, bling,
his former owner. bling team that th.make-believe Dolling He was Atlanta Life Insurance Company.

Proctor a 20-year-old right and at times the old "Georgia Peach." He was the first sports figure to be hanged of the "Player of the Year" "Coach of

hander was credited with 'a 16-7 feet tall. In CHAMPION an active player for 22 years and in effigy in 1956. "Tigers" the Year" "Citizen of the Year"

record last season. Proctor is said excellent ) SMITH and managed five different clubs, the DOUG PETERS, the Negro fullback tional and the championship football

to have good control and a varietyof he has the last being the Cincinnati" Reds. for UCLA, has signed a try- defeating host Florida awards are named in honor of the

pitches. shot to play SOCIETY"a a 10-round Hornsby made an early entrance late William A. II
out contract with the B. G. Lionsof sity in Scott organ-
8 at Boston into the Hall of Fame.
Calmer who izer of the Scott
the Western Interprovincial Newspaper Syn-
Firms That Atari! With Us i game-
CALVIN JONES. Iowa's
200 pounds is great dicate and founder of the Atlanta
Woe Y..r I......* Football Union. son.
A.4 Respect Tear Rece able clutch that Eddie Negro All-American guard has BOB BAKER of Pittsburgh and The aII"I Daily World.
onstrates little third said that he is studying a profes-
Tommy (Hurricane) Jackson have
when the Braves sional football -offer made by the liam A. The 100 Per Cent Wrong Club
agreed to a 10-round heavyweightmatch
seasons that Winnipeg Blue Bombers of Canada' -I John is an organization of Monday
assistant coach
WATCH THIS CLOWN Because of the Giants to Western Inter-Provindal Friday Feb. 3 at Madison Maryland morning quarterbacks sponsoredby
I Square Garden. Baker is No. 2 .
hit 153 Football League but he said he Anne, : the Atlanta Daily World, thenation's
he is
21 11-96 bility, contender and Jackson is No. 3 Year. only Negro daily. MarionE.
front of has not signed with anyone yet.
contender to champion Rocky "
74-486-86 bling's fast HAS BEEN BOB SATTERFIELD, the man Maryland Jackson sports editor for the

the Harlem many boxing experts picked as Mardano. in 1955. Atlanta daily, directs the activi-

'! hot in behind the man most likely to upset JACKSONVILLE. Nashville, team's star I ties of the club, while A. L.
Althea Miami, Pensacola and New Or-
4 1 All-America heavyweight champion Rocky Dr. Thompson is head of the club's
leans opened their public golf
Tennessee awards committee.
5' 3 Asian team and Marciano was floored for a nine '
courses to Negroes on special days
(The Stilt) count in the second and an eight sity
9 7 while Houston, Dallas, Ft. Worth "Citizen of
CALCUTTA, at the count in the third round and
and Louisville open their public Under the
thea Gibson again in the eighth round in a
247-92-357 courses to Negroes anytime.SIX the
eight times says the recent fight with long John Hoi-
NEGROES arrested
were
veloped one Blade Quicker
36-69-71 sedation very much man. Referee Bernie Weissman Changing *
recently in Greensboro N. C. for
Asian tennis Robinson but stopped the fight at 2:52 of the standing
playing nine holes on the Gillespie
Seaatlwts ft*'* lilt> defeating Miss office says. eighth round after the third Gillette
SeHMtiMcs "'I dowa II knockdown. Satterfield staggeredto Park golf course. The course was B
He eiUs subtracts Japan 6-3. leased from the city in 1949 by
Floyd Pat the afte rthe BLUE BLADES
Miss Gibson wrong corner
H. werfu It .11! crowd Gillespie Park Golf Club Inc, and
with Ham to whip Bob second knockdown. IN HANDY DISPENSE
has since been operated as a seg- trft6
-- logical con- LITTLE BOBBY SHANTZ the,
field, N. J, to
FOR JAN. 28th regated course. The Rev. Julius T. / cud61edteemParhs.t
Martiano's :
doubles title Kansas City Athletics lefthander '''
I Douglass, chairman of a collectionfor
... 47-63-31 over Angela time Satter- is all set to try it. again. He has defense of the six Negroes said A few drope. .

Barrett of Johnny Hoi I signed his 1956 contract and he colored citizens there are takingthe mici OUTGKO.'"=: 20 FOR ,10/fot .g

place young says his arm feels great. Each "dare" to MO.Bllav*tb : & 49* >
city's move as a Not"i fortber p
year Bobby tries it again and '-.,rit. l.-t
I them to seek admission to other
REBELS again, now he is ready to tryagain. facilities.i

7 M DAYS! will be I .
STRAND I JULIUS GUINYARD of the
of Dick I OUT OF THE FOURTEEN MEN
Jacksonville Recreation Depart-
SUN. THRU SAT. "PHEN1X CITY: STORY" major league !recently elected to the NationalFoojball
ment is doing a very fine job in
of play- Hall of Fame:at Rutgers, :Jhe.1S
JAN. 22-28 pl 1.*: 8EDEVIUED" years training his young pugilists.In the p1 maliIr..4
six years as New Brunswick, N. J. only -one
there will be several repre-
COMING 1st RUN SATURDAY group
JANUARY 28tk ;.... "NAUGHTY. NEW assigned to Negro Kenneth Washington who sentatives of Golden Glove cali- NO UQUOR TASTE...NO UQUOR BREATH!
eCleveland performed at UCLA in 1937 was

selected. ber.FIGHT Since J72J
FANS THE COUNTRY .
around DON BYRD the star of the U.
OVER are wondering where will x ay
IQOSEfELTSm. back S. Pan American team which won Enard Charles head from here, RELSKA8
won the basketball title has signed
time be was almost completely
& .. Tnes. pennant. with the Harlem Globetrotters. The World's/
-T.es.: J... 22-24 "FROM HERE Cantwell was pounder enteredthe demolished by young and almost .
6-3,182
2 Bit 1st RM Hint! NM: Byrd. a unheard of Jack Johnson in a recent Most Honored
Bert lancasttrTHI With and Al Lopez Army after graduation" from bout. Fight experts are inclined -
KENTUCKIAN the Cleveland Central High School in Cleveland.He Vodka
Freak LeYfeyfIHGfIMAH- to believe that since this
the catching. outstanding player on
was an
W.. t Tfc.r ,recent defeat marks the end of the
Wei. & Tit..... Ja.. 25 -26 Boftrt & ,but sports service teams at Ft. Leonard I
cloak tte CotWft Hit "KEY special Wood Mo.. and Ft. Belvoir Va.

TH EGG & I" | He was discharged last July.

Mas" 1st Ito TUftierMEN OF THE the THE HALL OF FAME GAME Learn Commercial, Art

vm.ctwHfCK"rL point of ser will be played in Cooperstown N. Start APPROVED AMyrioM ,visa pN
G. I.
i Sat. -*... 27-24OA1ANT Fit & Sat 1956 contract Y. July 23,between the New York

W.. EHImt -WHITI_ predicted. that Giants and the Detroit Tigers. AMERICAN

..< T. U8IOt....... New'''''' all finish This will be the lids annual ma- SCHOOL, OF ART

MftoAMr Of CALCUTTA "HIOH first Yankeeto jor league Hall ot Tame fame. A 27 W. BEAVER I tae Pfesb
sign for 1956. It is reported that bronze plaque will be presented vices trs.0ats.IsMIM M..1IItI6IIJ lit L.1IIaQ.c-. .......u..u.Iid.yJu.4 .











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Chips Off The Blocks I Coins Recalls CRUSADER GET PROMISES MASONS. I New Program Urban League's relations Augusta.Bethlehem He director Community also served of a Center city-wide as public in


BT JAY JAT (Continued from Page 1)) BUT NO ACTION Announced For New Director campaign which secured books
funds, and city support to successfully -
Kinnie alias Fred Watts, was establish the first
We hope Jack Frost has decided is more back "up North on leave from Camp Stewart, (Continued from Page 1) Arrives In JaxThe facilities in Augusta for Negroes.He public.
where he belongs because there ain't no place for him down here. VocationalSchool
Hinesville, jGa, at the time the sections of the state to create the has also worked part-time
as a
?was amusing but not funny at all when we looked al the TV alleged murder-insurance killingin
impression that the Crusader Board of Directors of the columnist with the Negro sectionof
shows coming from Miami and: saw all of the cast in coats and which he was reputed to be the
Movement is purely a local issue Jacksonville Urban the
Mrs. Iva T Sprinkle, Superin- League has Augusta CHRONICLE and
shivering. With warm weather on the way the social tempo is
hired
increasingjaround the town. gunman, occurred. and that most of the charges made tendent of Public Instruction an- announced the appointment of J. on the WEEKLY REVIEW. War-
: Azzie Lee Fudge and Will Cal- are the result of personality clashes nounced a new program to be put Philip Waring as its new Executive ing Worked in Florida during the
Next week the Camelia ladies will hold their anniversary ball houn, wife and father-in-law of in the Jack- Director.
between persons in operation at the Negro Voca- He was head of the winters of 1933-36.
at the Two Spot Nite Club. Monday night Joe Higdon is presentingthe the murdered man, were indicted sonville area alone. A member of: tional School (Old Stanton High) Bronx Urban League for four He arrived in Jacksonville last
one and only Buddy Johnson with his sister Ella. Buddy and with Kinnie as conspirators in the the group said that the Crusadersare effective the second semester of: years. Monday and will assume his
his gang have just returned from a highly successful tour of the' killing but were tried separately. sending literature and mate- the current school year. This pro- Born in Augusta, Ga.. he attended duties in a few days.
North and East. Well be there. Azzie Lee Fudge was freed. rial to all sections of the state gram is centered around the skill- Haines Institute and Paine
Friday the Club Ambassador holds its annual Costume BalL 1 Kinnie has been in Duval coun- which will better inform the Bro- ed trades offered at the Duval College there. Member of a pioneer -
This is always a gala affair. We remember several famous costumesof I ty jail more than two years pend- thers and they are inviting com- County Vocational School. It is Augusta family, his maternal Rooms For Rent
recent years. The dance-goers will never forget the year Nat ing the appeal and signing of the ments from lodges in the various designed to offer high school stud- grandfather was a founder and
Smalls won the prize with a diaper outfit; the same year Thelma I. death warrant. areas. ents an opportsunity for employ trustee of historic Tabernacle Two rooms and kitchenette. 411V4
Johnson Howard won the top fememine prize with a hat styled. The Crusaders feel their pro- ment in one of the skilled trades Baptist Church.His father, a long- Broad Street. Apply at 534 W.
"ala Carmen Miranda" which had everything but the kitchen sink on gram is far .from being a local offered at the school and at the time Augusta business man, was Church St. up to 12 noon
it. Then there was Mr. and Mrs. Willie Wells in their gay ninety I RACE BIAS program and point out that the same time complete their high for many years a vestryman and
bathing suits; John B. B. Pickens replesent in artists smock and issues they are confronting the school education.The warden of Augusta's St. Mary's Modern furnished room. Singleman
pallet; Eric O. Simpson as Haile Sallassie and later Father Tune; Grandmaster with are the prob- Vocational High School Episcopal Church Philip Waringis or woman preferred. 309
Vivienne Eutsay as the indulging Easter Bunny; Otis Speights as (Continued from Page 1)) lems of all the members of the curriculum is both terminal and an Episcopalian and an active Caroline SL Phone EL 4.1+414.
the matador; Evelyn Hughes as the South Sea Islander; Margaret Masonic Order in the State of college preparatory. Students Protestant layman.
Williams and her Harem outfit and last but not least the brother- The director of the Federal Bureau Florida. They hasten to point out who finish high school under this Waring served as a youth worker Modern furnished and unfurnished -
sister combination who are always sharply costumed Maxie and of Investigation, in his let- that it is not the intent of the plan are qualified for entrance and athletic instructor at the rooms. 507 West Church SL
Elaine Wilson. Oh yes, for the gamblers we almost forgot about the ter, cited in particular Howard'spublicized group to cause any type of rift or into employment, college entranceor
pair of dice who rolled in from Gainesville, Mr. and Mrs. Julius statement that: split in the order but are tryingto advanced technical vocational
Harper. All of the aforementioned people and costumes help to make "We must find out why Southern take steps that will cement the training.Each trade course is plan-
this dance tops.Wed.nesclay. investigators of the FBI can't ties between the brethren. Listed ned for eighteen months and em-
: night at the Lincoln Golf and Country Club the 14rookie seem to solve a crime where a are some of the objectives the braces grades 10 through 12. The SEAFOOD CENTERMyrtle
"
policemen sponsored steak dinner and fall of the trimmings. Negro is involved. Crusaders are striving for: Mrs. Sprinkle announced that

Their special guests were the older brother officers and the wires Hooveraid, a full and impartial 1. The affairs of the Grand three distinct types of programs Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468
and friends of all of the men. Charley Sea served as toastmaster and investigation, to see if civil rights Lodge and of the Masonic Benefit would be available to enrolles at
fitted the part perfectly. Frank Hampton gave the occasion for the were violated was made in every Association should be administered the school and defined them as
rookies and Officer Hickson brought words of appreciation from the Mississippi slaying mentioned by by a duly elected board of follows: = SHRIMP IS BOOMING -
vets on the force. George Bradley spoke of future plans of the group. Howard. I trustees.
TYPE COMBINATION SHOP
Remarks were made by Lt. Bates and Sgi. Gilbert. Editor Simpson .The department decided no aril 2. All books
delivered: the main address and also committed the prize "faux pas." rights were involved in two of the I accounts should of be the audited order and AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMThe LARGE SHRIMP '" ............... ..... lb. 79*
per-
In his address the Editor: promoted: Li. Bates to the rank of Captain cases. he-added. The decision on iodically and all persons handling student is enrolled: full MEDIUM SHRIMP. .:._.. ........ lb. 59*
and the house rattled with quiet giggles. Deputies Barlow and the third, the death of the Rev. funds of the Order should be time at the Duval County Voca-
"Baldy" Wilson represented the county law enforcement officers.: G. W. Lee was not cited. I bonded. tional School in a combination WHITING ..... ..._ .......... ....._..... .. lb. 25*!

After the meal the men retired to the "nineteenth hole" and Hoover also accused Howard of 3. The powers of the various tional program training of trade and, or academic occupa- RED BASS .. ... ................ ..... ...Ib. 39*
swapped yarns. It seemed as though Alvin James was the butt of making a very serious charge Grand Officers should be listed
most of the tales especially those involving fright. Joe Seldon was when he said, as quoted in The and duties explained. These of- school subjects liploma.which lead The to the indent high .SNOOKBLUEFISH ... .............. ..... Ib. 39*

the official host when the boys retired to "the back room." All of Chicago American: ficers should also be elected by spends three hours daily in the ... .. .............. ....... Ib. 39*
the want to extend special thanks to James E. Whittington,
men
"Confidential information usu- ballot. Candidates for Grand Of- Five
hours
Manuel's Tap Room, Neal Tyler Co. (distributors of Schlitz) and to ally leaks from the local FBI of- ficers should announce their in- program.spent in the shop and one laily hour are LARGE CROAKERS .... ...... .. .. ;._.. lb. 29* {, _

George Redd and the Ballentine Beer Company. These firms and fices and witnesses in Negro slay- tent and send each Lodge in the daily in Related Science and SMALL CROAKERS .". _........:_ ....... lb. 25*
persons made possible the "nineteenth hole" and the "party in the ings are subjected to pressures as state a statement of their quali- Mathematics. Students under
back room." a result." fications so that the Lodges can 16 years of age must present a SPECKLED TROUT .. .. ....... .. lb. 49*

We had the special privilege of meeting one of the most out- FBI files are confidential, said instruct their candidates, as to the statement from their parents CLAW; CRAB MEAT ............ lb. 89*
standing ladies of the race the other night. This corner consideredit Hoover. "I feel compelled to re- candidate they favor. These state- shop one hour daily in Related
a special treat to sit and talk with Mrs.Daisy Lampkins the vice- quest that you submit such evi- mentts of intent to seek office Science and Mathematics: and SPANISH MACKEREL .. ........ lb. 29*

president of the Pittsburgh Courier and one of America's most out- dence as you have to sustain your should be sent out, a month or two hours daily: in required: SMALL PAN FISH ................ lb. 29*
stanling women. Mrs. Lampkins, Errol Davis and a pretty lass by Irresponsible charge or that you more before the session of the academic studies.

the name of Mrs. Eunice Brown are all here from Pittsburgh working issue a public retraction." Grand Lodge. Students who are in the IOB. SALT WATER BREAM ............. .... lb. 29*
with the Courier-WRHC Home Fair which is in progress at the Hoover said Howard seems to 4. should'be taken improve
to
Steps -
FRESH
IDA 11B and HA are eligiblefor WATER CATFISH ... lb. 49*
Duval County Armory. "have conveniently forgotten the the physical plant of the enrollment in the combina- .
_ "" Frankie Dee "the Cascade Kid" was a guest at the meeting of work of this bureau which was Temple and special attention tion program. STANDARD OYSTERS pt. 85*
the local chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity and was chapel largely responsible for the virtual should be given to facilities which TYPE II-THE FULL TAME
speaker at Edward Waters College Ray Mitchell passed throughon elimination of lynching in the affect the tenants'and users of the TRADE TRAINING PROGRAM
his way to Miami for his annual North-South Open Golf Tourney. South and_ also was mainly responsible -I building. This is necessary so that
Ray and Terris McDuffie were exchanging sport tales. By the way for the breaking up of the Order can' expect the, maxi-: Any student who is 15 yearsof
we hear that McDuffie is planning a trip to MissisSippi_. Matthew the Ku Klux Klan in the Caro- mum 'income from their invest- age or older may be enrolledin :
George had as his guest his old chool chum Kenneth Solomon. Kennyis linas and Georgia." ment. the full-time trade training
living in New York and is quite a wheel about the City. He is These are a' few of the things stating that it is their understanding -
the-student is working
following the ducks south to Miami. the Crusader Masons feel that
Authorities Seek toward a trade certificate and
Among the '"hucksters" town are Herb Wright of Phillip should be done and when done
Morris. Scoop Jones of Seagram Distillers Herb Douglas of Pabst (Continued from Page 1) will help the order grow. The not a high school diploma be-
Blue Ribbon and Louise Protho of Pet Milk Lloyd Woods of group also wants to emphasizethat fore he or she can be enrolled:

Atlanta and HerbMnioy of Miami. salesmen for Metal Arts school riving at the cabin, Roberts beat none of the members have in the. full-time training program -

Jewelry mfgs. passed through Jax. The picture of Nip Sams in her brutally with a handful of any person objectives but are in I
the package store at the Tropicanna is guaranteed. to run rats, so sticks, and that, while she was the campaign because they feel it TYPE III-COMBINATION SHOP II
says John Pickens. being beaten, she fell across a is time to place the affairs of the AND ACADEMIC PROGRAMThis
Never appreciated black velvet dresses so much until I saw sofa, felt a pistol he had hidden Most Worshipful Union Grand program is designed for
Willie Mae Smith pass through the Deluxe. Willie Mae and Betty beneath a cloth, and shot him sew Lodge on a sound business basis. the 10th and 11th grade: student:
Lewis had been shopping WesleyScott is a man about town eral times. Members or the Jacksonvilleunit enrolled in any high school who
these days since Johnny Stewart is mechanized. We don't mean She said he had told her he was of the Crusaders are- Jessie wishes to take a shop course at ;
Johnny has bought a car but mean that he is running on the road going to bury her with a shovel Lane J. H. Goodson, A. R. Com- the Vocational High School
again. Morris Fisher states that Johnny is only sent to South Carolina after he. had beaten her to death. mer, Milton E. White, T. D. Dix, and continue academic: studiesin
for the time being. When he gets accustomed to train they will Mrs. Roberts reported almost im- W. G. Clarke.James:: Sims, Eu- another high school.
let him go to New York. You see Johnny walked so many monthshe mediately to Gainesville authori- gene Sawyer, Eddie Copeland, S. Students wishing to enter shop
became "leather happy ties after her husband was shot. G. Thomas, William Cuyler, Joseph training in 'this program are
Dr. William Toney is seeking a patent on-a new drink. It is a He died several hours later in Watts, H. T. Overstreet, A. J. scheduled by the principal of
sort of non-alcoholic "Bloody Mary" and features milk and tomato Alachua General Hospital. Collins and A. K. Knight. Persons the school involved: and they
juice. It has two good points: it is cheap and non-drunkening desiring information are urged to will graduate from that school
Godfrey Womack, John Lewey and W. C. Fentel were showing Doris write to Masonic Crusaders, Post rather than the Vocational High
Page a former Jaxon who makes her home in Chicago, the spots ,,15. For Rut Office Box 561, Jacksonville Fla. School.
. They say around the Enquire that Prince Matt, "r. is passingout The following courses are open
cigars and that Sonny Glenn need not pass out anything but Unfurnished: two-room apartmentin PATRONIZE for high school students: Autso

thanks this time a quiet home suitable for a Florida StarAdvertisers Body and Fender Work, Auto Me- A
'Howard Gibson is the newly appointed District Manager of the working couple located at 332 chanics, Cabinet Making Radio
Home Owner's Life Insurance Company. Gibson is a native Jaxon Osceola St. Phone EV 77123. Repair and Service. Sheet MetaL
and attended: West Virginia State College. He recently returned to Shoe- Repair Tailoring- Beauty
the city after overseas service as a 1st Lt. in an airborne unit. The Culture and Industrial Sewing.In .
local branch has recently moved into new quarters on Moncrief and the area of Business, courses II I I

Eighth Streets. are available to provide trainingin
Gotta go.now but if you haven't sent those postcards in do so the following occupations:

now and if you are not a voter, REGISTER TODAY. FWP Bookkeeper, Clerk, Clerq-Typist,

z Secretarial Mrs. Sprinkle Stenographic.also urges .that For Every Dollar Yon Spend

The Attraction You've Been Waiting for the parents of students who heave You Get Cents
Twenty-five
dropped out school for various
Here He Is
reasons encourage their childrento
.{V.Y BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND I enroll in the Vocatsional High In Furniture FREE.
School. The large percentage of

Johnson children who do drop out of It's Store-Wide -
F.: Baddy ., I school to help the family meet its
needs can better prepare them-
& HIS
selves for the task by taking ad-

Rocking Rhythm vantage of the program offered at
Orchestra the Vocational School..
N. sBurt For information concerning any D :

FEATURING SONG STYUST of the programs students may
contact The Duval County Voca-
ELLA JOHNSON tional School located at Old Stan-
:% It's gonna be 4ee-4 -4.e Seedy ton High School 521 West Ashley

Monday Jan. 23rd Street, Classes will begin the
second semester of the current
In the P.M. r school year. ,
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HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE I I: YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE
Lancaster (above) stars in his latest technicolor western SURE TO CHANGE
605 West Ashley 'drama THE KENTUCKIAN showing Sunday through Tuesday YOUR ADDRESSAT

See Our Display, Booth at the Courier's Home Show .- Oral Amory first'run at the Roosevelt Theatre. Co-feature also first run b Frank THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE
Love joy in TINGERMAN/ story of.Public Enemy No. 1. MARKET b DUVAL