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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 28, 1956
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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- .
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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2C. Killing,.Ruled 'Justifiable'After'Witness U. Of F. Students Petition '

TestifiesOf For Admission NegroGAINESVILLE

Four hundred_and twenty-fire University of
Principal'sBrutality Florida students hare signed petitions asking that a Negro missionary

be admitted for graduate study hare been presented to Dr. J. Wayne
Reitx. university president.
GAINESVILLE A six-man coroner's jury last Saturday freed The petitions were sent to Reitz

Mrs. Maggie Roberts on the grounds of justifiable homicide in self- Edward Benlhone prior to the last Board of Control

defense in the killing of her husband Thornton Roberts, former direc- meeting for presentation to the

tor of the Duval Vocational School in the' Old Stanton High School board.
building in Jacksonville Is AppointedTo The petitions ask admission of

:.Thomas Harris Gainesville resi-
Six witnesses went before the
dent and graduate of Florida A.
'" jury, although non(of them were Vocational
i Belhune-Cookmas and M. for the semester beginning
witnesses to the actual killing. '
FETED Some 200 of.New York's top business and tine leaden recently feted J. Philip Wat- Feb. 6 to take courses in
Mrs. Roberts did not t a k e the School Posilioa
lag newly'appointed Jacksonville Urban League Executive: Director at a farewell testimonial held at Qiiis agriculture.
stand.Under law, she could not be Professor
Sachs Department store auditorium. He headed the Bronx Urban League for four years. Harris is listed in the petitionsas
compelled to testify.

I ,...Photo shows.Eli LEarmoa: (second_ from right)_Bronx.Chamber of Commerce./e pres.niav.and. f-Qne of.the.witnesses;Leo Bur-: For; Jig UM J.h'DAYTONA China having for the been Methodist a missionary Church in
chairman of.the Bronx Urban.League Board prison a brief case to Wr."Waring. r'e" tMrs. tdn>1009 NW<7th Ave, a nephew y'P uNEDWARD Board: of Missions*for two years

Waring (center left) is presented flowers by Honorable Mildred McCaffrey Bronx political of the 47-year-old Roberts, testi- BEACH-A and in Borneo for four years.

leader (extreme left)'and Mrs.Mary Rodgers, the New York policewoman who heads the Bronx Ur- fied that Mrs.Roberts was in such Negro professor finished young his Don Bain, Miami, said the peti-
fear of beatings from her husband, tions
ban League Boosters.. -JAMES FAST PHOTO duties at Bethune-Cookman Col- were distributed by members -
that, while he was staying with of local student religious
lege last Thursday and preparedto s
them one night she Burton
gave groups who acted as individualsand
launch a new career with the
three pills to keep him awake. did not represent their
Time Is Granted United Nations. organ-
Southside Boys Discover Barton was to stay awake to The 25-year-old Dr. Eze A. izations.-
summon help incase Roberts beat "Harris needs certain courses to
Ogueri. will take over as a political -
For Survey OB her, he testified. He said he had affairs officer in the UN's continue his work," Bain said. "If
previously witnessed brutal beat- accepted here he would not haveto
Dead In DitchThe "division of trusteeship and in-
Man's'Body take his wife and children
IntegrationTALLAHASSEE ings,administered by Roberts on formation from nonselfgoverning a
his wife. *; territories" a post held by university in another section ,of
BENTHONE the country and save considerable
Nobel Peace Prize Winner Dr.
Deputy Sheriff Walter Coleman
The Florida gets new post. expense and time."
said Mrs. Roberts told him that Ralph Bunche.
lifeless body of a man identified as Walter Lee Holmes, 33 Supreme Court last Bain is president of The Student
Thursday ex- Dr. who
Roberts had told her they were Ogueri, holds five degrees It was learned this week that
of 1318 Old St. Augustine Rd. was found in a ditch beside the Florida tended the time it.has ordered to going to Jacksonville the nightof attained since he arrived in Edward Benthone principal of A. Religious Association but said the

East Coast Railroad track in the 3300 block of Phillips Highway last submit a study on the possible effects the killing, but instead took her .this country in 1948 from Nigeria, L. Lewis school will become the organization project. was not sponsoringthe

Friday. of admitting Negro studentsto to the cabin out of Grove Park :is noted as a journalist radio announcer next principal-director of the Du
_. the University of Florida until beaten before. tribal chieftain, orator, val Vocational School at Ashley The petitions ask Harris' admis-
it is -believed the' v1ctiat wno where he had her sion because he "can not
had been several days earlier in May .' sportsman, composer and professor. Street in the Old Stanton High
Coleman said 'the 40yearoldwoman training applicable to his needs
The court had ordered the survey .
Jackie's Cnl .
a drunken condition fell into the Pay School building.Mrs.
o to be made by Feb. 19 and told him Roberts beat her elsewhere in this section of thecountry"
in Last September he accepted a Iva T. Sprinkle superin-
ditch head first and drowned
with oak limbs and and "it.would be desir-
had instructed Circuit Judge'JohnA. severely some
about 3 feet of water the ditch :post as professor of political and tendent of public instruction an-
; said that he to kill her. able for a man of his
a K. Murphree, of Gainesville was going social reputationand
; contained.At Campy Gels Hike studies at BethuneCookman nounces that the appointment be-
to question and report to it by During the beating she is sup- character to represent the
Duval Morgue belief because of a special promise comes effective Monday, Jan. 30.
County .
then. posed to have fallen across a pis- University of Florida in.the Far
he made to the late Dr. Mary Mc-
that the had Benthone takes over the posi-
was expressed man "
An extension of time until July tol he had placed on a settle in .
dead for several Leod Bethune.IF tion held by Thornton Roberts of EastHarris
been days. Roy Campanella, the iron man the cabin. has done graduate workat
2 General
was sought by Attorney
The tragedy was discovered by catcher of the Brooklyn Dodgersand Gainesville whose tragic death oc Yale, Union Seminary in New
Richard Ervin who said the origI-
three schoolboys. Vernon Gibson three times winner of the Coleman testified that Mrs. YOU HAVE MOVED curred last Jan. 12th. York and Hartford School of Di-
15. of 2350 Sandlin SU George National League's.Most Valuable nal deadline did not give enough Robert said she shot her husband YOUR REGISTRATION CARD The new principal-director is a vinity. He also has worked for the

D.mps,14.of 2029 Old St Augustine Player Award became the highest time for a thorough investigation.The several times. He further testified WILL NOT BE FORWARDED veteran in the school system who State Agricultural Extension Ser-

Rd and Alfred Jenkins. 13. paid plaper in Dodger history court did not state why it that she said Roberts had made TO YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE has previously served as Diversi- vice lor six

of 2607 Kings Are. when he signel his 1956 contract selected May 31 as the date for her confess to infidelity several SURE TO CHANGE fied Cooperative Training pro- years.

Mrs. Gertrude Hayes of 3016 for an estimated $42,000. In 1955, the report to be turned in but said years ago which she claimed YOUR ADDRESSAT gram coordinator at Stanton High

Old St. Augustine Rd. told police Campanella hit .318 hit 32 home that much of an extension would never took place. THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE School He also taught Vocational U. Of F. Professors

investigators she had seeD the victim runs and drove in 107 runs. not"be prejudicial" to the right ofVU'gil After the killing, Coleman the MARKET &: DUVAL Training at Fla. A,& M. College.He Favoring Integration
Hawkins to seek admissionto
I on Saturday, Jan. 14 stagger- This is the highest salary we the University of Florida law. husband killer told him she drove is a graduate of Hampton Asked To ResignST.
ing down the street. immediately to Roberts' mother'shouse Institute and has done additional
ever paid to a Dodger player -
school the of Fall
Police believe the victim to be ," E. J. Buzzie) Bavasi. the term this at opening the. where she had been stay study at Florida A.& M. and New PETERSBURG (Special)

a Navy deserter. Dodger vice president told reporters Hawkins year.a Daytona Beach ing and the two went directly to To Leaf BombMississippi York University. In a telegram to the State Boardof
and told them what had
in the presence of campanella. Negro, has been seeking admis- police Control, the Citizens Council

Campanella smiled and said sion to the law school since 1949. happened. Inc, has asked for the resignationof
Hoiker! Charged in reply, "I am completely satis- The.Florida. Supreme Court has Roberts was brought to Gaines- Probe Of NAACP all University of Florida profes-

fied with my contract but next ruled he is entitled to admission ville where he died about 1:09 a. sors who voted for integration at

Ii Child's Death season I hope to get more, That's under the U. S. Supreme Court m. Jan. 12 at Alachua General CHICAGO Chicago Negro Asked ForCarolina By the schooL

because I expect to have an even ruling outlawing racial segrega- Hospital. radio disk jockey said last The council's president C.

better season." tion in the public schools but Archer School' Principal L. M. Thursday he has not altered his Solon Lewis Fowler, of St. Petersburg,

CLEARWATER-Bertha Camp Jackie Robinson in taking a cut ordered the survey by Judge Mur- Jackson, Lincoln High School plans to fly over Mississippi said the "council is committed to

bell, a 23-year old mother faces a from his last year's salary remarked phree before handing down a'' teacher L. V. Davis and Waldo February 12. dropping leaflets the program of keeping segrega-

deatht charge after her new born -after his conference with final order on when he should be School teacher..Lucille Davis all carrying reprints of the United COLUMBIA, S. C. An tion by all peaceable means."

baby was found dead in the Pin- Dodger vice president E. J. (Buz allowed to enroll. residents of Gainesville testifiedas States Constitution. Orangeburg lawmaker last Tues- The telegram condemns the

ellas County jail where the mother zie) Bavasi "I have no complaints.The Hawkins had opposed Ervin's I to a visit paid. them by the Al Benson of Station WGES day called for a legislative investigation resolution introduced by Dr. Paul

is being held pending transferto difference between my 1955 motion for extension of time, on Roberts just prior to the time the sold newsmen he has written to of activities of the Na- Hanna before a faculty organization -

State prison to serve a three pay and what I agreed to is a hill the survey on the ground it would couple left the city the night of the governor secretary of state tional Association for the Advancement I and concludes:
of beans. there the and other officials of Mississippi of Colored People. I "We defend constitutional
year sentence on a lottery charge. Actually was no delay matters so much he would killing.
The young mother admitted real difference between us. I not be able to enter school in asking them whether any Rep. Jerry M. Hughes Jr. of II rights as citizens .of sovereign

giving birth to teh baby unattended walked out last week because I September.After state law would prohibit such a Orangeburg introduced a joint state of the union,and we ask for

and wrapping it in a newspaperand guess I just wasn't accustomed to the court receives Mur- Tiffs With Deacon flight. He has received no answer resolution, 'asking specifically for resignation immediately of Dr.

putting the bundle in a jailtrashcan the idea of getting a cut. The phree's findings Hawkins will yet. he added. an investigation of NAACP acti- Paul Hanna and all who voted
Tries To Burn Church Benson said the Civil Aeronautics the South Carolina State with him from
according to a report damage was more to my pride have until June 11 to file any professorships at
made by Deputy Sheriff Sid than to my pocketbook." The reply brief he wishes to enter.The Authority in Washington College for Negroes in Orange- Florida University." '

Sauners. She is married and the amount of the cut was not revealed attorney general will have until :MARIANNA Mary Edwards, had informed him no fed. burg.

mother of three living children. but Bavasi said both'parties June 18 to answer Hawkins. 40, pleaded guilty to burning eral law prohibits the project. Another measure is before the IF YOU HAVE MOVED
She denied that she knew she are satisfied. down the messhall of the Friend Benson said he chose Abra- legislature which would make YOUR REGISTRATION CARD

was to become a mother.In Outfielder Henry (Hank) Aaronof ship Church. In giving her reason ham Lincoln's birthday for his membership in the NAACP-the WILL NOT BE FORWARDED '

a report made by Dr. J. O. the Milwaukee Braves and whose batting average was .314 for setting fire to the building, proposed flight He plans to organization which sponsored the TO YOUR NEW ADDRESS

Norton assistant medical officer voted the Braves Most Valuable the sixth highest in the league in she said "I fell out with the dea- charier a private plane and said court tests resulting in the U. S. BE SURE TO CHANGE

he said that he believed from the Player departed for his home in 1955 said "I think I deserve more cons and don't like the way the he might distribute from SOCOO Supreme 'Court's school segregation YOUR ADDRESSAT

condition of the lungs of the baby, Mobile after being in conference money." He left without signinghis church was being run." She was to 100.080 leaflets. ruling-grounds for dismissal THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE

it was born alive. with Brave officials. Aaron, 1956 contract. set free under $500 bond. ,from state jobs. MARKET k DUVAL,


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.B 0sk4 by Tfte FlerUe Star PeebMef c. \ \I I I BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
ti It
MdIat AUraest t Since the registration books opened in November -we have
P. O. lea 561, .I..yw. 1 ,..... t tt made
every,effort we could through this column and word of mouthto
4U .... Sneer Jeckseavttle. FterU PHONE ELGIN 4-3773
non-voters could
as reach
encourage many as we to register them-

ERic O. SIMPSON ._ Man. Edits i selves, urge that members of their families and their friends do

lerer "Sefte" Wevhfefltea .___._._. _._ Maw la- likewise.
c. ,.,... ........ ._._ N.wa iteR Our eyes are not focused on
s ; .eE
lions for offices from the governorship -
Member of Associated Negro Press -' May 8, the first primary, and then down through the lowest

TEE FLOSA STAB STANDS FOB: + Y getting out the county office we become disgusted

L KeQfO nr2. --. At vote in the second -but not discouraged.

Han Nt. o Faso Office primary When the polls opened last year
3. Squad Cass for the Negro PoHc. : ; --- set for Tuesday, for these vital elections there

{. Mar cad .*. Schools and: Spiffing.Up of the I rw+1 May 29th when were 21400 Negro citizens in

P\wop :. ".>,wa the two final Jacksonville and Duval County

-, ; ists in each race qualified to vote That is a great
C will run in number of voles and may be used r
1 ..
; cases where the as the balance of power if we
The Volume Of! Cases Ii Cily Conri leader of the would only get out and vote.Presently

r x1; t race did not those voles we hold do not
Deprives Defeiiuis Of JisticeIi ai ., poll sufficient give us the balance of power and
votes to carry him or her in the there is a reason which is apparent

% first primary.It or should be apparent to all

It becoming Increasingly: obvious that the need fan is a well known fact that of us.

additional Judge to cope with the staggering number of cases Negro voters vote fairly well in

in Municipal Court daily tends to deprive citizens of the r ". first primaries although there are The reason is too much divisionin

justice that should be rendered to them. hundreds upon hundreds who are our voting and so long as that

There have been a number of complaints that defendants registered and qualified to vote situation exists our vote will con-
do not get proper and ample hearings in the Municipal Court. who don't even take the time to tinue to be ineffective. Just priorto
_4 4 use his ballot rights in either of
Just last week a young Negro salesman was sentenced to each election there are born
serve 90 days for disorderly conduct and interferring with an the two primary elections. But more than a dozen civic and poli-

officer of the law under very unusual circumstances.: ii; there are entirely too many of us tical organizations just for the
who get out and vote in the first
of "bleeding" certain of
When one studies the circumstances surrounding the case i purpose
a .r primary and then stay home the
whole the becomes absurd and looms ironic I the more gullible candidates
as a ruling as an day of the important second pri-
I many who seem not to ever wantto
Here the facts
joke. are : '
4 SS2,, \\.fI, mary. learn that the culprits who
A young Negro, Seth Darby, was sitting in his home one
come to them tell them
night last week and talking with a white friend while both THEY WOULD REPLACE THE TORCH OF FREEDOM deliver the they can .
There are of who Negro vote are phonies -
many us profess
enjoyed a cup of coffee. A police officer knocked on the door
ta be intelligent who when dead beats, money grabbers,
. and invited the white visitor, Bobby Glenn, to come outside. live projects if allow yourselfto and in
you approached about voting in the many cases don't go to the
When the white man complied with the request the officer be swayed by their promisesand second primary will ask "why polls and deliver their own votes.
told Glenn he would have to quit the When the white
scene. reasoning. The accent falls Then
Your there into
Weekly vote in the second primary whenI come being just
man stated that he saw no reason why he should leave hisfriend's
on domestic and family pursuits before all elections
voted two weeks ago in the first professionals,
Tiome, he was taken to police headquarters. with social events furnishing the who
GuideWhich primary get $50 or $100 from a candi-
Shortly after Glenn was taken to the police station Darby Horoscope high points. That is a stupid question and date, grab some placards, and
appeared at police headquarters to inquire about his friend 99-6-13.10-52-332 cards which they take to the
this column wants to to those
and lend whatever assistance be could in the way ol posting Are Your Lucky Days Fo who have that attitude say that rotes sewer, forget about the candidate

bond or rendering whatever service he could to his Incarcerated Business Love Travel SCORPIO cast in the first primary are they are supposedly working for
friend. Darby was promptly held and charged with Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 counted reported and put aside. and forget him.These are the type

disorderly conduct and interf erring with an officer. By PABLO. The ASTROLOGERARIES February 1st to 7th and hare no bearing on the second whore regarded among us as

We know our people in this city and it is hard to con I Even of you have full confidence primary balloting.The second primary professional cheaters and beaters,

ceive that any Negro (unless he is utterly liquor crazed or these questions calmly and reflectively in your own vitality and is a grand new. election in and most about it all is the fact

completely out of his mind) would go into the police station Born March 21 thru April 19 when tensions may be abilities, with good cause, it does which one or two persons running that these men and women never
with anything but a civil tongue. We might be inclined to February 1st to 7th at their peak. Accept any open- I not appear wise to challange any gets elected and one loses unless turn back the money they hood-

see the possibility of disorderly conduct had Darby been A proposition to make quick ings to add to your income or one, least of all influential groups. there is a tie and a tie is some- wink the candidate out of. It is

arrested at the scene of the fraternizing where it would seem :profits through ventures or investments profits in so far as they do not I Questions related to income as thing that may occur once in a a pathetic situation for the Negro

reasonable that he may have butted in while the officer. was I is likely to be forthcomingat compel you to abandon your high well as expenses may come up, lifetime in a race. people to have such men and women -
conferring with Glenn. this time. Before you permit ideals or otherwise commit you to I but they should not be too difficult Everrtime we think of the votes in their race, and it is mora -

This publication has always held the highest ect for yourself be committed to the people causes that may mean to answer,especially if everyone cast by Negroes in the last elec- pity to find white and Negro
Judge Charles Miller for lEa efficient manner in which he has limit, do all the necessary research trouble later. It would be advan- concerned is perfectly willing i candidates continuing to be suck-

endeavored to run the court and especially for his campaignto I to verify whether high-sounding tageous to see eye to eye with to do his or her share for the I I ers for these leaches.
rid the city of reckless and drunken drivers. We believe promises have anything to back your mate or public associates in common good. You must be fully resources in the race for higher They have waged economi war

that he has endeavored always to mete out justice in his them up (1st). You are on the order to make the day a fulfilling capable of meeting events as they! than normal monetary returns. THE STAR has written editorials -
court whenever possible. W. do believe however* that right track when you take steps to one. -. come and work out the propemr I Deceptive influences abound, many of them asking the candidates -
times he is unable to give every defendant the consideration cultivate your mind through spir- 8-30-66.- 18-73-711 procedures to guide you in your I making it a risky business to to investigate these quickly -
he deserves-because of the fact that he.is unable to study itual pursuits and friendships that related actions or final decisions. i' make a final decision of any sort. gotten up club presidents, and

every case carefully as a result of having far too many cases have an uplifting effect in timesof LEO -15 222 Forego the promised but illusory these fly by night publication edi-
to dispose of in a limited time. stress. Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 benefits tchat may be presented in tors before they peel off. their
favor of long-range interests to them in search of voteS.We .
2-50-27-12-63-117 February 1st to 7th SAGITTARIUSBorn your money
The slam-bang manner in which the Judge must disposeof
Don't overestimate your strengthor Nov. 23 thru Dec 21 which can for strict devotion to
in order to clear the docket often makes it look '
many duties (2nd to 4th). will continue to give these
TAURUS influence and attempt more February 1st to 7th your present
the is the best
like a kangaroo court. But Judge only doing
ha under conditions.The Born April 20 thru May 20 than is advisable,as the unexpected Stay away from your frienls if You may discuss your projects warnings to the men and women
can existing February 1st to 7th could enter into the picture you find they depress you unduly with your friends. who run for office-to stop throw-
ruling in these cases carry some deep implications 4- 50 66 13 73 654 (Continued from Page 6))
I The result is likely to be utter and thwart you just when you be- or if your mood is such that you
and could have serious affects on American life. ;confusion if you permit too many lieve yourself, ,within reach of fear that it may affect the friend-

To begin with, to deny a man the right to visit the homeof people to meddle in your affairs. your objective. The 4th-5th em- ship they feel for you.' Avoid the

a friend in a quiet peaceful manner savors of a denial of Obtain the consent of your mateor phasize family interests and the ups and downs of rank pessimismand

one's right to ,the pursuit of happiness. And secondly theruling other members of the family neel of creating a more cheerful unwarranted optimism, and
lays the groundwork for any person to be arrested .group before you consider social atmosphere for your dear ones find ways and means to keep occupied ,- PEOPLE IN THE NEWS!

whenever he goes into the police station to inquire about a engagements, travel projects, or when they.are'being subjected to along relaxing lines. Indi-, -
friend who becomes involved with the law. make inroads in the common re somewhat depressing influences. vidual initiative will be more ef-

This publication and its thousands of readers and sup- sources. A quiet day goes far to 9-100-12-71-40-649 fective when it is appliel toward

porters have the greatest faith.in Judge Charles Miller as a reinvigorate spent energies and to long-range projects than it can be L I-1
reasonable and considerate man. Sincerely believing that the prevent misunderstandings with VIRGO if you expect immeliate results. *

Judge did not have the opportunity of carefully studying all other interested parties as to Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 7-30-55.17-98-281

the aspects of the Darby case, we are therefore urging him where the money goes (5th). February 1st to 7th
to review the matter and render whatever he believes shouldbe 4-80-11-12-85-449 You only deepen the confusionin CAPRICORN

justice in this case. your mind if you attempt to Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

In closing, we repeat: THERE IS NEED FOR ANOTHER GEMINI spread your interests far and February 1st to 7th
JUDGE IN THE MUNICIPAL COURT TO COPE WITH THE Born May 21 thru June 21 wide. Attend only to the matters Turn down any business or other

VOLUME OF CASES COMING INTO IT. February 1st to 7th that concern your pocketbook job, propositions that place all the fin-
While you are living for the and well-being, and reject the ancial risks involved squarely on

present, it would not be a bad burdens others may be trying to your shoulders. It seems advis-

idea for you and your life or foist on you. Strict attention to able to make secret inquiries into
Facts About Insurance business partner to make far- your own interests remain the the nature of the ventures or persons

reaching plans for the future. order of the day.even if others are before you even consider

BY TED BEDDINGI' Work and healwth interests are trying to impose on you in the committing yourself in any way.
accentuated and anything constructive name of friendship. Solitude and This is not a good time to include
written in simple languageand
A ..n.. of :
you can do in these directions quiet frame of mind are conduciveto your spouse or other associates, or
designed to help the average man or womanto
will not be amiss as far creative advancements and to take on the competition for a
understand the true facts about insurance policies.
as you and others are concerned. better organized planning for the knockout fgiht. Attend to pour
The series is being written by :Ted Redding.: _
Keep pursuing a course of whole- furore. own private affairs and cater to i -
'*n expert In the field of insurance.As .
hearted cooperation which is so 5-17-30-33-67-121 your healtth requirements by
a public service. Mr. Redding will answer
that readers have. vital in maintaining your personaland resting and defending your pri-
any insurance problems may _
relations. LIBRA
Address all inquiries tot Facts About Insurance public vacy.
1-40-22 17-65-595 Born 24 thru Oct. 23 10 70 22 -15-76-933
Sept. -
.Florida Star .. P. O. Box Ml. Jacksonville
February 1st to 7th
1. Fla.
CANCER Make no promises, especially ofa AQUARIUSBorn
Dear Mr. Redding: Born June 22 thru July .22 financial nature, by word or in Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
I have been catrying a thousand lollars "Ordinarp" policy with February 1st to 7th writing while Mercury is going February 1st to 7th Features .

the-.._.. ._ _.(Name deleted) insurance company for fifteen years Differences over the way joint retrograde. If you commit your- Whether you are an employeror
and recently found it necessary to borrow a small sum of money on funds and assets are managed for self in any way you can be sure working for others, it seems
the policy to take care of an emergency. But now. that I am repap- speculative purposes or for the that you will have to make good advisable to avoid the attitudes 1400 WRHC 1400

inc the loan, I find the company charging me six percent: interest on pursuit of pleasure are the things when the crucial moment comes. that coull create disharmony. The

my own money. Will you please explain the reason for this that you need to avert from the Friends who have big ideas can people upon whom you rely for
MRS. II. F. D. very start. Work on and adjust also get pkou mixed up in expen-I sound advice should be consulted KEN KNIGHT

Dear Mrs. M. D. S. in matters that affect your career,

The reasons for the seemingly high interest charge on your GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955'' business, or gainful occupation Presenting
policp loan ha sto do with premium investments and service charges, (2nd-3rd). Friends may also have
life insurance companies must invest their Premium Use .... ...,._. LM,. .... s Mt ,..,..U. Bead 10 ceats (I... din sis I something of value to offer in the
primarily. All ceRa) for ... .......,. ., ...4 b ..n. ,.cIaS..lf. .u....... of and if BRIGHT TRAIN
Income order to carry as much interest on that premium incomeas .t.9.4 .1ITe..... Write pl.Mly. TJaJa offer .... ..t spply Ie ....u..h.f way suggestions, you
may be die within the prescribed rules of safety as outlined by 1M Jael.t..f c... .. can do the same for them in case
if the that paid into the circumstances so dictate, there 8-9 P.4-12 1 Nightly
the government Therefore money you - -
Insurance Company as premiums was loaned back to pou without I ;';: FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER should be no hesitany on your

interest the company would sustain a loss. Tbi-i o becaue of the r. O. lOX 561lAtYSOHWILU part (4th to 6th). SWEET CHARIOT

premium that a policy holder pays for insurance protection is determined I r. LA. I 884091669942PISCES
by the amount of interest it is assumel to be able to earn. HieAJin. 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday

The interest that might have been earned by letting the money I *
.. I II Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 ,
Let's in Municipal
that you borrowed remained invested. ( sap,
Bonds for instance), would have been forfeited interest that you February
I Se.te Pay no heed to public hysteriaor
loan not charged insteahd. In city I
to on
are required pay your
unverified reports, especially 10:30 12 Monday Thru
addition to .the above explanation there are. expenses for clerical !We .. & Saturday
work involved in handling policy loans which must be charged I ... ... I when you feel tempted to put up ;-- -- -._- -- -
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II1T /19. "Nf; J1 ,PJ, p.

Community Club Will Ambassadors Club Costume Ball Is Season's Most Colorful Event __ II

Present Annual EventThe _

Weatside Conununity Club
will present cpost-Christmas
party Tuesday night, Jan. 31st
in the beautiful home of Mrs T.

S. Thompson, 1482 Steele Street. w.

The Installation Service will be <
conducted by C. Parham Johnson,
Florida Star newsman.

Following a social hour refresh- 4 .. : k ,
+ iz
ments will be served and gifts exchanged xpy a
among members and
? e
friends of the club. ,
#.t. A Aabzg !
The February meeting will be r .,,
held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ;r'I: :
Gus Holges, 1519 W. 6th St'with 4 :;

Mrs. C. Anderson, Mrs. D. Hills, .r :. '
Mrs. Mary Alexander and :Mrs. A.
Snow as co-hostesses.. I- +'
t 2 r ;. egk
Lucky 16 Sew Circle v

Sponsors Gala Party 4 \ J

The Luckp '"16' Sewing Circle
entertained friends at postChristma :.

sparry in the Recreation Cen-
ter recently. Members and their
M r
guests enjoyed themselve sdanc-
ing to recorded music and playinga
variety of games. -

A delicious turkey and ham -

dinner was served by beautifully : :
attired hostesses. :

Among the visitors present : ::5
were: Mrs. Nellie Mitchell, Mrs. ;
Rosa Collins Mrs. Sallie Harris
Mrs. Mildred Pierson, Jacob
Mayes Mrs. Annie Rucker Mrs.

Silver Gibbs, Mrs. L. McFarland,
Mrs. Sadie Alexander, Mrs. J. at'era
Lockett Mrs. Gussie Patterson, 'err..i d'%
Mrs. Mary WasbingtuivHnuBer-
nice Nixon, Mrs...Hattie: Macon
Mrs. Emma Andrews J4rs. Mc- N.
Kenny, Mrs. Buena Miss Hazel
Puryear, Mrs. Grace McKenny, rr S
Mrs. Thelma Ward Mrs.. Julia 'S ) S S5 r1.A3
Cook Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Pats ',Mr. ;and
x ? d MaR
Mrs. James p ;
Buggs Willie King E. W, Parker,
H. Ferguson, George Nichols N.
Washington, Arrentt Griffin Dan-
iel James B. <>Overstreet, Eausa
Butler, Andrew Christie and Paul
; .
The Circle Jmet. last Thursday 4Wy
evening in the home of Mrs:" Ma-
belle Taylor. During the meeting
unfinished business was com- *
I -S Srv.3w
pleted and election of officers was ; : jQ;w'
held. Mrs. L. Lewis is reporter
"... ";. .

Wedding Bells kafyftb

Applications for Marriage
Licenses -
r't "

Wm. A. Richardson, Rt. 9 Box
938Q, age 21 and Julia M. Robinson -
Rt. 9 Box 93 Q, age 18.
Lee Baker, 1306 Davis St, age '
28 and Aleatha L.Johnson, 770W. s {. tre, oar !
State St, age 23. t I Ib
Jather Launderdale 361 ErnestSt r k yA

age 21 and Dolores McCoy,
264 Osceola St..: age 22.
Warren B. Wilson, S90 'Hardware

St, age 21 and Ethel M.
Everson 1890 Hardware St., ,age

Harold E. Rqberts Box 42 N.A. rJ% S, ./ta
: ydY
;' :
S. age '! and Julia M. Brown 735' t J '{ {x. ,k a r.
-.S I' 4) p ., d4tird '
W.Duval St, age Cwr" 0.
4 .p t
+,, 9rq
: ;
: a v;
Henry Mack Jr., 1319 Evergreen ; y.v ..X
Ave., age 36 and Glyda M. (
Porter 711 W. Church St. age 31.,
Andrew C. Cudjo, Shawnee,
Oklahoma age 21 and Juanita' ?

Johnson, 752 W. Ashley St, age

22.Daniel L. Brooks Rt. 1, Box

283, age 22 and Ernestine.Demps
g _5p. ,. .-,, .& __ .. 3ix ,..w. .
Rt. I, Box., 438 age 22. _' ':Uj j LU-" c jg : lit or- ""
John Mayhue 1429 Davis St,
age 46 and Millie Jerry.1658 W FROLICERS Recorded'here are photo scenes from the Ambassadors Costume Ball held at Robinson. In the background: arc: Mrs. Longineau Persons and Charles Parsons. Center, right. Miss
33rd St. age 38. the famous 2-Spot Ballroom which will undoubtedly go down as the gayest and most colorful matArey Chrispin chats with a young man who stopped at her table for a moment
of the year and the midwinter social season., Shown .in series of pictures are some of the Gate In the photo at bottom left seated are: Mrs. Evelyn Walker. Clyde K Pc rick. Mrs. Virginia
City- sodal set who came out in a colorful and varied array of costumes. Harper. Mrs. Harmon Portee and Mrw Verdi. Samuels in rear. Standing is Gesrge Alexander.
At top left are:Wilbur Ruffin. Miss Vetrice Washington and Fred Smith Top riant kneeing The scene at bottom right shows a gay group among whom are: Mrs. Mr7'.e Gil-nore. Mesdames
StorkDeliveries- : Charlie.Goff Miss Barbara Robinson and Miss Francis Robinson. Standing are: Mrs. Erie Alex. Pearlie Scarborough. Hierrezuello Johnson Gladys Daniels .James ""D kie" Robinson. Mrs.

ander.-Errol Davis a Pittsburgh visitor: Mrs. Louise Prothra.t of Atlanta: Joshua Williams Miss Bernice Cornell Mrs. Hazel Argrett: Mrs. Hattie Williams Mrs. Annie Brirkley, Otto Sp_ights.. Mrs.
Vetrice Washington and Ralford Brown. Jr. Viola Monroe and Nat Small in background.
Left Center seated: Mesdames Viola Monrae. Margaret Brdwn. and Alveria Davis. Standing The gent at top center leaping into space "Florida Star" editor En : O. Simpson, who snapped .
nra are: Mrs. Pearlie Scarborough. Harmon Portee Dr. James Henderson. Robert C. Brown and Fred tie p ics. The couple' in th3 center of the layout is Mrs. Joan and Dr. Nelson Spaulding.
Bern IB: .
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Curtis and Annie Jenldns,1780 Springs boy Jan. 14. 3! band, the glee club and the The: charges of Coach Oliver
Mrs. Iva James Weldon Johnson Win
Harper SWtwin boys:.Dec;-29/55. Alphonso and Robin Hayes Sprinkle ,chorus.Dr. I Trojans Walker seeded to be superb in
George and Dorothy Barrett-. 1330 Harrison St,.boy, Jan. 5. J. L E. Scott, Director of I sverp phase of the game. Tyrone
1168 W. Beaver boys Dec..29. Jasper and Sarah Hammonds, Awards Diplomas Negro Education and Mrs. Thelma Over ,Isaiah Blocker Court Team :(Marcus) Banks is a lad it will do

Willie and Virginia ,.Robinson, 317 Dellwood Ave. girl, Jan. 7, H. Livingston, Supervisor of well to keep an eye on. The young
1761 Venus St, girl J>ec. 29/55. Guidance in Duval County made man is almost a duplication of the
Roscoe and Laura Mickens,1549W. Frank and Emily Westley, 1454 &1 New Stanton observations followed by the The Trojans of James Weldon Johnson turned on the steam in great Marques Baynes as a'drib-
Davis St Jan 13/ 6. GirL the closing minutes of play Tuesday night to halt a scoring threat put
25th St., ,giii, Dec. 30/55. presentation of all platform guests bler. His shots are almost accu
Johnny and Estelle Green 1165 Rudolph and Larnita Easton, by Prof. Charles D. Brooks. on by the Tigers of Isaiah Blocker to defeat them 32-21 in the New rate. Time after time during the

Hart St boy Dec3055. 1333 Franklin St. Jan. 13/56. Girl Mrs. Iva Sprinkle, Superintendent Stanton- High .Gym._ ... game he kept the crowd thrilled
James and'Ruth Spencer 1015 Rufus and,Josephine Jefferson,, .of Public"Schools in Du- It 'was a nip and tuck battle J' with his astute dribbling and deft
Jackson St, girl, Dec..30/". Jr. 1485 W.23rd St Jan..13/56.. val County awarded diplomas to tffou People from the opening whistle. It was]:able to shoot the baskets at will. shooting..
Sherman and Alfreda Adams GirL some sixty-eight graduating seniors what one ,would call a.seesaw'thriller '. I The scores started piling up. but Herbert Blackshere.the Trojans
1266 W. 20th St,,girLDec.3055.Leo Edward-and Irene Jones 921 W, Friday. night during the an- with Johnson scoring 4 the Trojans of Johnson refused to hold over from last year played a
and Margie Dorsey 605 1st St Jan. 6/56. GirL nual mid-term commencement Mrs. Irene Baggs an active points 6 points and points, :yield. fine game and so did Alfred AUs-
Deo 30/55. McDonald Birch and Sarah,-193C(I program at New Stanton Senior church and civic worker of the Blocker came back'with points, Time after time the score was
Court E. boy, tin of Blocker. When the two
Richard .and Dorothy Harrell Spring Drive Rd..Jan. 1/56. Boy. High School' city, has returned after a: six then 6 points and tied it up with all tied- up only to be broken bya teams meet again the city championship -
1710 E. 21st'Str oy.J3ec. 31/55. Grady and Pearlie Simpson,,.. The commencement address i weeks' vacation in Baltimore 8 points and from then on it was free throw or a long shot from, of the Junior High
,. W. Md. Philadelphia and New York. nip and tuck. distant part of the court The entire -
Willie and Deloris Phillips, 161 1122 McConihe St. Jan. 1/56. Boy was delivered by Dr. Royal Schools wil Ibe weighed in the
boy. Jan13. Leroy and Geneva Hutchins;. Puryear, President of Florida Normal In Baltimore she visited her The Tigers started the game Blocker teamcoached by balance.
W. ,-
and :JJelorise Smith 1773 Mount Herman; St. Jan 8. and Industrial Memorial Col- brother, Robert Johnson a successful minus their star player Van Jenkins William J" Weathersbee,played amanificenl
Glennell St. boy, Jan. 18. 1958. Boy.Charles. i lege. businessman there. but when Jenkins finally game and ven in Prior ,to the main battle, the
801 W. Beaver Robinson 11 ] and France Edward, Sr.. The event was interspersed with She 'is well known for her entered the game it made a UfIfertnc defeat they-ended theftma.f 1.1 Jr. varsity of Blocker defeated
tit Isiah Wilbur and ShirJey.St,. Green *Cove 1662 W.'32nd St Jan. '7/56: GirL music provided by the Stanton Girl Scout activities in the tit,". I *. He seemed to have been|blaze of glory. i tit Jr. varsity of Johnson 1815.I .

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lf11" '111.!J.ARiA+S1M s.m.rAcr1, Jtwury 1t aA

I YMCA Sunday To Be Observed dAt First Baptist Church I IHOT. I

J. C. Sans Will Deliver Seraoi' Garden Circle Plans Rose Show I CHURCH Founders DayIs

'O serve National YMCA WeekSunday NOTESThe Observed At

Baptist Ministers Brotherhood -
Moncrief SchoolAnnual
of Duval and adjacent coun-
will.be YWCA Day at First Baptist Church, located on ties will hold their regular weekly
Jessie Street and postered by the Rev. J. C. Sams. 30 Founders' will be
meeting Monday January at Day
The officials of the YMCA ana 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist I observed Sunday, Feb. 19 in Mon-
members together with the HI.Y Church. Rev. R. H- Wilson is the crief I Elementary School. The affair -
and.Gra-Y groups and the Ladies Simpsoi UshersTo tt "S.'pr pastor. Rev. H. H. Robinson is is under the sponsorship of

Auxiliary will gather in a body to president and Rev. G. W. Miller the faculty student body, Parent-
carry out the program of YMCA Spoisor TeaUsher r .1 is the reporter. Teacher Association and the com-

Week. c ,, munity.A .
special. message will be delivered Ada Bracy ChorusTo program is being planned for
by the Rev. Sams on Board 2 of Simpson the occasion and is currently being
Youth. All adults are urged to Methodist Church will sponsor its Render ecital arranged by the committee. The
hear this message and also join annual Valentine Tea in the social At St. Pqul ChurchThe Homeroom Mothers contest is
in the celebration of YMCA Week. hall of the church Sunday February scheduled to terminate during the

For more than a century the 12. : t -4 Ada Bracy Chorus of SL celebration.
Young Men's Christian Associa- General chairman for the eventis [ : Paul AME Church under the direction -
tion has been in active partner- Mrs.Vermeil Glover.Mrs.Pearl of Miss Dorothy Daniels,
Mt. Olive Districts
ship with the church. In this Myers is co-chairman. Nat + will render a program on Negro
Church-"Y" partnership, two Other committee members are Spirituals in songs and poems Observe AnniversariesDistricts ;
great forces for good are giving Mrs. Sadie""Gadson and Miss Eve- Sunday, January 29, during the

young people the groundwork for lyn Green, program; Miss Wilhel- regular evening service. 3 and 8 of Mt. Olive
adult lives,of service. to God and menia Anderson and Mrs. Gladys Featured spirituals'will include Primitive Baptist Church will ob-

country. Steward, public relations; Mrs. "Honor Honor," "Deep River" serve anniversaries jointly Tues-
Never before has the YMCA feltso Rosa Lee Shannon and Mrs. Ethel "Steal Away," and others. Selec- day evening January 31 in the
deeply the challenge of its Rivers, hostesses; Mrs. Van Buren tions will also be rendered by church auditorium.A .
basic purpose: to help youth at- Parker and Mrs. Modestine choruses of two local schools. contest will terminate in
tain a lasting loyalty to Jesusand' Brown, tea bags; Mrs. Marvyn The program is one of a series connection with the event with
His way of life. Jenkins and Miss Gloria Anderson given to aid the St. Paul's Building the winner being tt \ ned "Miss
On this YMCA Sunday at First Mrs. Annie Mae Days and Fund. Anniversary. Vieing for honorsare
Baptist Church, the Young Men's Mrs.-Orelia Mosley, decorations PLANNING FOR ROSE SHOW Members of Fairfield Garden Circle who met last week io Mrs. Carrie Sample, repre-
Christian Association'pledges its and Miss Floretha Anderson, Mrs. plan for the club's annual Rose Show are seen here in a session held in the home of Mrs. Mildred Bur- FLORIDA STAR senting District 3.
continued cooperation with the Florence Turner and Miss Olivia dine at 612 Pippin Street. Shown here left to right. seated are: Mesdames Mildred B. Riley. Annie Tel- A program will also be presented -
church in this great "partnershipwith Owens refreshments.A fair. L. W. Dobbs. M. L. Albrittan and Louise Hargrore. Standings Mesdames Mildred C. Burdine. IN EVERY for the occasion featuring local

a purpose." program is being arrangedfor Margaret Griswold President: Mamie Field and Myra Camper. COLORED HOME talent. .
Dr. E. W. Thompson, chairmanof the occasion.
the board and the executive .
secretary, Jesse W. Word are in- Education YOUNG ARTIST-I
viting all parents of the "Y" I Caidlelighi Even! Feed
groups to be present at the 11 TeaThe ." ;t < <; f' yourCARNATION baby' :
a. m. service. Sponsors .
And Pew Rally Al "" .
NEW BETHEL AMES Central Christian Education Board .. '
: Baptist of Central CME Church will spon-

SET TO OBSERVE r sor a musical tea Sunday after- i t ': r:

noon from 4 to 6 p. In.-in the homeof i .
54th ANNIVERSARYThe candlelight service and pew ,
rally is scheduled Sunday January Mrs. Elise Graham, 1511 W. S '
29 11th St. A program has been arranged -
54th in Central Baptist Church.
-anniversary AME observ- Music for the service will be furn- for the occasion. 4 America'shealthy
of New Bethe1 Churchis
ance The of Cen- .
ished Senior Choir 1 Mrs. Missionary Society .yd
by Ada .
scheduled ,to begin Monday
tral will Sun-
sponsor a pew rally
night,Jan. 30, according to an an- V. Norton, director. ,. .
day at 3. m. in the main audi-
p. ,; N
Captains .of the Rally include
nouncement by the pastor Rev. torium of the church.A .y U

W. F. Foster. Mrs.Maggie Lila Clark Osborae, Bertha Phoebe Richardson Fields,, Spiritual Tea is planned by baby milk !
The services will be opened by Stewardess Board 2 of Central for
Rev: G. H. Hamilton, pastor of Melvina Carter, Katherine Her- Feb. 5 in the home of
Sunday, ,
Willie Mae Woods
ring, Dorothy
Fellowship Baptist Church. He
Mrs. Hannah Harris, 1592 W. 12th
Woodard, Mary rL Law, Florine
will be accompanied by hjp choir
St. The affair is scheduled from
and congregation.Rev. Mosley, Hannah Jenkins, Willie ,
3:30to p. m. '.
Jones, Ruchia B. Levy, Allie M.
D. A. Russell, pastor of St.
Paul, his choir and congregationwill McQueen, Geneva Massey, Mo- ,
'have charge of the services I zelle Pruden,Maggie Robinson.
Sunday night. I' Allie M. Thomas,>Ellen Swain, New Bethel AME SONG"'PLUGGER Little Patricia 2ti .:4 f. 'W

The Homecoming rally.now in Martha Williams, Theo Hendley, Thomas daughter of Mrs.
A. W. Jackson, Elmira Mundy, Slates Events
progress will terminate Sunday Evelyn Thomas. Soulnside. who
Julia Yates and Hannah Mitchell.IF ,
Feb. 12. Each adult member has possesses ability as a pianist and 'r. "
been_asked to contribute $23.00. vocalist will sing and accompany f
The Senior Missionary Societyof
herself at the piano. in the rendi-
New Bethel AME Church will rr. .
tion of one of Rev. Brooken-
Learn Commercial Art YOUR REGISTRATION CARD present a program Sunday eve-
borough's latest published com
Start Anytime WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO ning at the regular service. position.
G. I. APPROVED YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE Mrs. A. Stevens, Dean of Girlsat
AMERICAN SURE TO CHANGE E. W. C. will be the speakerand The recital will be held at the dS". u aas
YOUR ADDRESSAT Mrs. Ernestine Jones, instructor Recreation Center Sunday after- .t
THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE in the public school system noon February 5th. % ,,.
27 W. BEAVER MARKET fe DUVAL will be the guest soloist on the A
program which will feature other YM'.4.AN Mk V.f J

talented of the city. ,
Women Will ConductMt. : sy' ; r
The pastor Rev. W. F. Foster ,
CHAMPION'SMEN'S and officers of New ,Bethel an- :4
Moriah ServicesThe .,
nounces the celebration of the ..J _
WEAR- 54th anniversary of the church N r
beginning Monday night Jan. 30, Women of Mt.Moriah AME
Facfory-To-You at which time Rev. G. H. Hamil- Church will have charge of the

ton, choir and congregation of services Sunday. Speaker for the ;
Men's Dress Pants ..................... .................. $3.98 Fellowship Baptist Church will morning worship will be Mrs. ;

100% Wool Flannel Pants ...... .: .... $7.95 render service. Areather N. Session of Mt. Cal- .
The Love-Feast and class meet- vary Baptist Church. Y .

Sport Shirts ....... ... $2.98 Values .. .... $1.98 ing will be on Tuesday night. On Others to appear at the morning 4, '
Thursday night, Feb.2, Rev.D.A. service will be Mrs..Mildred Jack- 2' ...4r : .
Heavy Duty Sweatshirts .... ... ...... $1.00 Russell,choir and congregation of son,Mrs.Amanda Gale Mrs.Irvin : v.
St. Paul AME Church will render Glover, Mrs. Mattie Bryant and ,
Wool Shirts .......... $6.95 Values .. $2.98 services. < .
Mrs. Alberta Reed. Music will be : .'
Heavy Long Rib Underwear .. .. $1.89 The Homecoming Rally now in furnished by Choir 1. Orf//e Mtvry Elles.-New-'Orituit.- a winner In the 1955 CvntUon Hometown Hear Baby ConttX
progress in New Bethel will terminate .
Nylon Stretch Sox ... ... 3 pairs ....$1.00 Sunday, Feb. 12 and all At 6:30 p. m, Mrs. George
members are asked to come'hometo Champion of Lewis Memorial THE SAFEST FORM OF MILK for your their babies a Carnation formula

125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4- 1118 worship. Each adult memberhas AME Church will deliver the mes baby's bottle..the most nourishing say: "My doctor recommended it."

sage. Music will be furnished by and most digestible, too...that's
been asked to contribute $25. So you see-in all the world there
Choir 2. Others include
The Pulpit Aid Board is spon- appearing Carnation, the "healthy baby" milk
no finer formula
Mrs. health-building for
Carry Meridy, Mrs. Maggie
soring a Tea Sunday from 3 to 5 every doctor knows.
Felton Mrs. Frankie precious baby than made
in the home of Mrs.Roberta Billings McFarley, your one
Miss Jessie and Mrs. Eight out of 10 mothers who feed with
W. T. MillaR 1461 Windle St. A literary Champion' Carnation Milk.
Gertrude Morse
1 program will be rendered. ..

Your Buick Salesmen PATRONIZEFlorida BEST BRAND FOR YOUR .

To See Invites. and You Try Out Advertisersfor Star Rev. W. H. Littles COOKING AND _

THE 1956 BUICK: Slates Events _
the Best' Buick Yet ,


New Instrument Panel I )

Sweep-Ahead Styling W. M: Littles, pastor of
New Power Ease Pains of Headache Cotton Chapel Methodist Church, BCTEX-BUNDING Carnation
Neuralgia Neuritis with :
9 New DynaflowSAMPLE x, Quick Acting STANBACK. Jacksonville and Alexander Memorial gives you smooth flavor and
r Methodist Church, Cosmo, O perfect results every time..in

ITS MOTION _= STANBACK. again announces Sunday service at 11 a. every recipe that calls for milk! EVAPORATED.
preparation jou'iv
ny m. at Cotton ChapeL The pastor
ever used See bow
will be in'charge.
Call W. T. Minton quick relief comes. CREAMY-UCH Carnation i
EX 8-0573 At 8 p. m. a program will be "creams"coffee,fruits'""e Masasce-
tlb rendered by the Versiteer Singers. and cereals to perfection. t

WILLIAMS BUICK CO. Rev. Ruth Lee' Brown, sponsor. Carnation: is the rich mIlk that
enu Rev.Littles and the congregationsof whips,too!Get several cans today.WORLD'S! LEADING BRAND
both churches are inviting"their OF EVAPORATED MILK
3261 Kings Avenue Phillips HighwayEX
many friends to be with them at

8-0573 Res. EL 3-9178 the morning pro am.service: and the evening Millions prefer it to any other brand I '"



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NAACP Will Hold Installation Of ,Newly Elected OfficersRev.


C. A. Weaver Slaled To hsiall! I Policemen's Wives At Banquet I star fiIJilf9 .

t-7,'. .,'"__ .-1 < I J" ;;r ; "" .... "__."'f ': .,... .

Newly Elected Officers Of NAACP THE REV. GEORGE PAYNE,

pastor of Victory Baptist Church,
the Bronx N. Y. was presented as

The new officers for the Jacksonville Branch NAACP will be speaker at the morning service of

installed Sunday, January 29 in St. Paul AME Church corner of ws ,. ti M: r, Mt. Zion AME Church. Accom-I

Myrtle Avenue and.. 13th Street, beginning at 3 p. m. panying the noted minister was
Officers recently elevated to ., Mrs. Payne (formerly Lenora

serve the Branch for the year are Vivace Ladies Club i. ------r Lawson) a Gateway City former 1

G. B. Washington, president; Rev. business and civic leader). The
Robert H. Wilson, first vice presi- To Install OfficersThe 7 visitors are enroute to the Magic

dent; G. W. Morrissette, second City where they will spend a

vice president; Thelma Ward, secretary new officers for the Vivace vacation I I
; Inez Miles, assistant secretary Ladies Social Charity Club will THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

; S. A. Hull, treasurer. be installed Sunday. January 29, t s' n? of the Jacksonville Urban League .

Members of the Executive Com- at the A. 1... Lewis Branch YWCA. i announced the arrival of J. Philip I 1

mittee to be installed,are F. Henry The services will begin at 4 p. m.' % Waring as its new Executive Di-
3 .
Williams, chairman; Mrs. GladysC. Officers to be installed are'Miss a. x r rector. The Urban League a 45-

Vaught Mrs. Dora Scarbrough, Ernestine Frazier, president; MrsE. year-old agency is dedicated to

Mrs. Pearl Jowers, Mrs. Murtis Lawrence; vice president; Mrs.S. aid health, welfare and the ecoOTUC -

Lawson,Silas McKinney and S. C. Davis secretary; Mrs. Ethel : well-being 0 f Colored

Easton. Seldon and Mrs. S. Monroe, treas- ; I Americans and improvement of A Up of the Pepsi Cap to

Rev. C. A. Weaver, pastor of urers; Mrs. M. L. Green, financial inter-racial relationships. The Americans.these outstanding wHo make young oar

Dayspring Baptist Church will secretary; Miss V. Flowers, corre- : Jacksonville branch was organ- country and our community.. .
S better pla..l. which l"If.
install the officers and Executive sponding secretary; Mrs. Lenora .f ized in 1943 and is affiliated with:

Committee members.A I Lee Parliamentarian. h4 .<,, "f'J" ';:\ '.. : .- ,' c.'. .: : ,,'<\ the Community Chat, Co 'm-

... musical program will be presented The charges will be given by nity Servic Flanning Council and

in connection with the installation Mrs. Pauline Smith, instructor at lI} : < ;' .J.1 l'-e National Urban League. Mr.I

service. Matthew Gilbert High SchoolA ;< Waring was born in Augusta. Ga.,
Charles M. retiring ; 'nd has I varied in
Vaught musical program has been ._ : a background;
.. .
president of the Jacksonville planned for the occasion featuringthe -" !44"::" #'itrl.. -',. ..>' (. "-6''S. -C",. ;.":"".:':'"<,;,:.-'.. { ':'<,,:.. ; his area of work which will aid

Branch has requested all membersto Boylan-Haven Choral 'group lim in establishing a workable
be present and has invited the under the direction of Mrs. A. G. POST BANQUET CHAT Indulging in a bit of "women's' de ;h." is ihs group of paliceaien's rogram here in Jacksonville .

public to attend. Morgan; instructor of music.WOftlD'S wives who.got together for a chat session at Lincoln Golf and Country Club following a banquet tend- LOCAL CITIZENS throughout:
ered by the rookie policemen to the regulars recent.y.: Jacksonville and vicinity are ask-

ed to the annual Marchof
e -- Seated from left to right are: Mrs. Joe Seldon.''Mrs. J. Newsom Mrs. J. Jackson Mrs. C. Barton support
Dimes project which is
I Mrs. George Bradley and Mrs. Agustus Jones. Standing. in the same order are Mrs. Nadine Massey. now
underway in all parts of the country
r"I Mrs. Cbie Bowman and Mrs. L. C. William
: e during this month. Its sponsors
\ ) 'rr are the local chapters of the

National Association .
Club News L DELTA SIGMA THETA SO- .... ). ,
1YUSNEKS{ 2a ;...
RORITY is presenting "The Caly-
The Choosen Few Club will pso Carousel" Feb. 22 at New ERNEST LIN WOOD. JR.
meet in the home of Mrs. N. Har- :tanton High. The famed Massie Stanton High School
Pepsi-Cola dealers salute
3vj, ris at 1086 West 24th Street on Patterson' Caribbean singers and the editor of the 1956 senior -
/ 29th at 8:30 P. M. annual who is also
FASTEST SflUNOHAtt dancers are widely acclaimed for the president of the Jacksonville -
STRAIGHTENS S The election of officers will be :heir authentic dance and songs displays Youth great Council.He InterestIn .
andtUCKUNM held. Mrs B. J. Keller is the pres- naking the fascinating combina- civic and communityand

h ident. 4'.fbl: et R: ion of the Latin and West Indian the serves Westminster as Moderatorof Fel-
traditional. influence lowship groupFREDERICK .
W.,A. DOBSON, Regional Scout
'leu \ _
;t e {...d .. .... bui4w the**> :xecutive of Region Six was the >FrAA
guest speaker when Scouters met
members of Pallbearers in their annual banquet held in

Atff i a aY NA1w-ToDAyf Lorge No. 216 will hold their the cafeteria of Matthew Gilbert

season tea Sunday January 29th High. The colorful affair was attended -
at 1082 Davis Street from 4 to 6 by outstanding beaT scout
p. m. The public is invited to eaders, the highlight being the

attend. Rev. Miller is the presi-. presentation of his honor. Mayor .

dent. ; Haydon Burns .

S peared on a panel discussion with

the theme. "How Can We Best
Serve Our Youth in Combatting

Tuvenile Delinquency" the city

of brotherly love Philadelphia. i

w t .' y2 .p Jin. James discussed the Church
'n its relationship to emotional ? ;'r "" "' '
55 *'.. ...,.. .,." .,, .. .,. _N""" .... .<-_. problems. the horn and trainingfor
f" [ leadership .
I ACTORS Members of the faculty players guild at New Stanton INTERPOSITION and other SMITHJames

Senior High School who will appear in the play THE VOODOO legislation to maintain segrega- Junior Weldon High Johnson School

I QUEEN" which will be presented in the school auditorium on Feb. tion will be discussed
probably Jason are proud of this
Much Colder I 20 are from left, to right (seated): Prof. Walter H. White and Mrs.Nellyvonne this week at a meeting called by young man for his fine ,
deportment and pleasing
Russell. Standing is Mrs. Myrtis King. Virginia Gov. Stanley and partici- personality. He is an active -

: The Voodoo Queen" an original play written and being pro pated in by Govs. Griffin of Ga.; Boys member Club and of the an Rover out-

S / than Normal.WEATHER duced under the direction of Miss Norma Littlejohn. Coleman of Miss., and Timmer- standing education.student In physical -

i man, Jr., of S. C. .

Insurance Commissioner Says Many *

STATE OF FLORIDA. UNTIL Still Wilhonl AulD Liability ..*.)... .*<* ., tied. tor. ehinf se mike *
with STANSACK.tablets.,..*>m
MID-FEBRUARY. $TAN BACK sets fart U ,nne oomfortlHf
robof.. ..koMMO the STANBACK fonmtl*
TALLAHASSEE State Treas- hap to occur before purchasing .emoiftos ........ rotoriptio typo ..*
urer and Insurance CommissionerJ. insurance. He said failure to com- .r41. *s for Cast "Uf tl .eJ*.

We Still Have a Wonderful Edwin Larson said an estimated ply with thfe law by those coming

15 to 20 per cent .Florida's under its jurisdiction can resultin

S motoring public is still driving loss of motoring privileges.

: Selection of Coats To bile without liability the protection insurance.The .of automo- Church Reporters

Insurance Commissionerbased Eastside Barbers Clubs Social l Groups.

Keep You Warm. his estimate on statistics > .i
Called To Meeting
received from accident reports SEND IN YOUR i
I compiled by the Department of
SIZES' & COLORS FABRICS Public Safety between Oct. 1, All Eastside barbers are asked Notices Club News
I I to' meet at the YMCA Barber
Sixes 6 to IS, Regulars Karathaa, 10% 1955, effective date of Florida'snew Announcements Early ALPHONSO COLLINS
Shop, 958 Florida Ave, Monday,
Cashmere and 90% Motor Vehicle Financial Re- Isaiah Blocker
Demi-size Ifyoa Virgin Wool. I sponsibility Law and the first of January 30, at 8:00 P. MTJout : Junior High SchoolA
an 5 ft.4of
ader. 12% Alaska. Seal this year. To The Pepsi fanfare for this
who was recently -
Hair and 88% Commissioner Larson has be- youngster cited for outstandingservice
0 Tall Gals, if Virgin WooL and loyalty. At
a new Financial Responsibility -
you are 5 h. 0 gun KA. FLORIDASTAR the tender age of 12 he
or taller. 30% Precious Far educational program which he has attained the rank of
2nd Class Scout.
Fibres aid 70% deemed necessary due to the continuing -
Petites, if t
yoaei Virgin WooL
5 ft.-5. hign rate of accidents in
100% Wool which those involved are unableto
IN tone,.11..-
Fabric Check. pay damages. In Ids more recent -
Green, Rosewood
1. Red, Grey Black 100% Wool reminders Commissioner Send or Bring Your Ma- CoagrotiilaHeas frees
Powder. 60190.. Pussy 'Willow.r Larson is urging all motorists to Pepsi Cola te these
obtain automobile liability insur- terial Between Monday & three Merit Award

ance for the greater safety of wiaa'nt
Noon. i
those who become involved in Wednesday Ustea to Pepsi Merit
-. highway mishaps. Award salatatlasis a
As Sketched: Cola TEEN-
learasha. Persons involved in accidents Florida Star-423 Broad St. TIME.Pepsi WRHC 1400
where there is death or injury or Htlp lf1l'J dial Satur
o* yar
< ,: $*::* property damage amounting to Jacksonville 1, Florida days 10-11 AM.
45" 59"'Mark more than $50 must be prepared

within 30 days of the'accident to tit, Advise Us of Your Teas
furnish future proof of financial

responsibility, regardless of fault MARCH OF DIMES Parties, Meetings Well In

My Word" I in the mishap. /,. ": JI Advance So We Can Ar-
They may do this by purchasingauto t
liability- insurance in the < range To Sod A Photog

amounts of $10,000 for injury to

.. '.. We hare your coat..atI one person $20,000 for two or GETTING UP NIGHTS rapher. k 4t

more persons and $5,000 for prop-
I your price..SHOP AND V worried by"Bladder Weam..IOeUInCtip
erty damage, agreeing to main- HUHts (toorequeDt.UrD.1nC or itch- NO CHARGE P.pU CeUDealers
in force for at to-: urination or 8tr I1r. Cloudy Urine of
t COMPABEl tain the insurance due to common Kidney ud Bladder Irrttucl -
least three tat.ons U7 CYSTEX for fluick.: cnafylna.ecnforting J.cks'.i14!
yean.Commissioner help.A bison CYBTEZ tabl.ta For News or Pictures
Larson has urged la put K years pie crafty and
__ Ask motorists not to :wait for a mis- at lacUZ 01'soutybac: gusrwte.e
4QssU wlttsnt am.g -kT e PtyaU


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... :Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida


I. Ocala Sckn!.Girl Writes To:Presides Central ;I Promotion Han Casey Jones

bI !s' Richly! Rewarded With ReplyOCALA AcaclelnyHigkli.kls .i r --i- On Press Panel NCAA TourneyLOS

LOS ANGELES-Captain Casey

When the Student I CONSULTANT TALLAHASSEE Wesley W. Jones of the San Francisco Dons
Council'of Madison Street Ele-
South, promotion director for the and one of the key players on the
mentary School heard that the L At assembly last Friday Mrs. Johnson Publishing Company of squad universally held to be the

President was visiting Florida I Cleo Higgins, head,of the English i Chicago publishers of Ebony Jet best basketball team in the nation,
they decided in their meeting to
{Department Bethune-Cookman Tan and I.ue-will serve as a con- will not be permitted to play in
write Mr. Eisenhower a letter of College spoke to the student sultant at the sixth annual FloridaA the NCAA basketball tournament.The .
welcome to Florida, and wish himan '
and M University interscholastic NCAA convention turned
enoyable and pleasant-stay in Mrs., Higgins spoke briefly of 4 s press workshop scheduled for thumbs down on Casey's partici
their home state. In their meeting plans to organize a live Youth
March 23.South paiton in the future tourney. It
guided by their coordinator Mrs. Fellowship in Palatka.. ruled that Jones would not be
M.S. the Council is a former associate and
Finley mem-
All between the ages of twelve eligible to compete in the coming
bers listed the things that they and twenty-three are invited picture editor of Ebony. An associate I meet because "his eligibility will

would like to say to President others,are asked.to assist as adult editor he covered the 11,: have run out."
Faye Hopkins, president of the consultants. weeks of the 1952 Adlai Stevenson -i
Jones a star guard on the Frisco
Student Council designatedto I campaign. is also a free-
was The organizational
meeting will r.
U. team, playel in one game of the
,write this letter. ---- lance fiction and feature writer
be held '
Sunday afternoon, 3 p. m. 1953-54 season. He prayed while
Faye 'the daughter of Mr. and Feb. 5,at the High School Cafe- FAM-U RELIGIOUS EMPHASIS WEEK SPEAKERS-Dr. T. B. and has had numerous articles suffering from a ruptured appen-

Mrs. George Hopkins, 930 Fair- torium. Cowan (left), pastor of Everybody's Church. Lexington. Ky and published in national magazines. I dix. Following the game he was
Dr. Melvin Watson, (right), dean. school of religion Morehouse
wood Avenue is in the third A graduate of Northwestern !hospitalized and out of action for
grade at Madison Street Elemen- The boys and girls basketball College. Atlanta will serve as guest ministers when Florida A & M University with a bachelor's several months. '

tary School Miss B. Williams, PRESS WORKSHOP CONSULTANT teams were host to Deland last marks its annual observance of Religious Emphasis Week. February science degree in political science, This brief participation, however -

Faye's teacher patiently gave I Li. CoL Daniel E. Day. Friday night. 26-March 1.Florida. South has also studied in the was enough to exhaust

Faye guidance as she worked professor of military science and The girls' game ended 35-35; the graduate school of business administration Jones' eligibility according to

laboriously on her letter to the !tactics at Florida A and M University C.A. boys took-a 45-43 thriller. Normal Dr. Jack While of Northwestern.He NCAA rules and the'DonS will
,_ _
President She to bet richly : &
will serve as a consultantat joined the JCP staff in 1951 have w get; along without; their;
rewarded in a few days for her The Social Studies teachers of No. 2 in the tournament,
the Sixth Annual Interscholastic after having worked for the Chi-
efforts. Press Workshop March 23. He District.5, Florida State Teachers Gets Book Gift l lis Consultant! cago Defenderfrom 1950 to 1951. according to the ruling of the

Faye had received a letter from is a farmer assistant city editor of Association met at Central Academy South served in the United States officials.

the President of the United the Chicago Defender and served' -Saturday Jan. 21. A fine ST. AUGUSTINE Under a Al Clinic HeelTALLAHASSEE Army from 1943 to 1945. He worked -
States. as chief of the Negro Interest I program has been reported. grant from the Old Dominion for the Illinois State Depart- Joist tfe
Mrs. M.
T. Hines
and Mrs. E. K.
Now Faye is happy rand excited Section Public Information Office Foundation the Jonathan Sewell ment of Unemployment Compensation -
Pinkney Social
little third grade girl witha Department'of Army during I at C. A. Studies teachers instructors Library of Florida Normal and Dr. Jack Commission as a claim's MARCHDIMES
lasting memento for her scrap- World ''War'JL A. and M.staff were host Industrial College has White assistant professor of surgery deputy from 1941 to 1947.
along with Mrs. E. A. Memorial
book in years to come. photo by James Walden. I ISatslllRa and Mr. Vernon Tillman Hartsfield, C. A., been selected to.receive one of and director of the cancer South was employed by the @F

elementary schooL the 1600 sets-of Great Books of the teaching project at the Howard State of Illinois as an adminis-

Western World being distributedby University college of medicine, trative assistant for paying the lie

Florida CoimdlOi News Workmen have,begun laying in the American Library Associa- Washington, D. C.. will serve as state bonus from 1947 to 1949.
a consultant at the 27th annual
the foundation for the tion. Announcement of the re- He is married and has one L.
new wingto Jl\t1Uf\
meeting and the 30th annual clinicof
cipients made at the ALA .
By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter be constructed at C. A. It is was daughter seven years old. 1 '
the Florida A and M Univer- -
Relations yt
in David r
headquarters Chicago by b
hoped that it s i 5
will be ready for s 4
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Seymour returned the H* Clift, ALA Executive Secre- sity Clinical Association February : 1S1 14
September-opening date. 7-9. Mr. and Mrs. G. A.C' urry of Kan- I' J 9' 20 1 1
from Riverhead N. Y. t9
Sels Board Meet after spending eight months.,Mrs. 'Mrs.' L. tary.The celebrated 54-volume work, DrWhite who earned the bachelor's sas City. Kansas, and-is a prod- :,15 U 13 1 1S 16 S7 11
Mary Herrington was a degree at A and M. is also 01 tne public schools of that '111 13
Seymour is the daughter of Mr. visitor including the unique .idea-index ,;I "
and Mrs. Shorter. at our school last Thurs- the associate surgeon and director of city. A,sister Mrs. Grace Curry I U__ .. .-' '
Syntopicon ,
dap., She is .the was produced by .. -
mother of Freshman i
DAYTONA The Annual lallie Bell Encyclopedia Britannica in col- cancer service at Freedman's Hos- Black, is acting head of the de- F''f ':' ,- 1"
Meeting of the Board of Directorsand Herrington. We laboration with the of pital in Washington.The partment of business educationand : '
membership of the ,,Florida The services: at St.John Baptist I wish. more parents would come Chicago. To that ade- well-known Floridian has administration at A & M. .
assure an
Council on Human Relations will Church was enjoyed by friends cross-section universities held residences and fellowshipsat

be held February 4, 1956. at 10:30 and members of the community.The quate Freedman's Hospital, the U. S.
A.M. in the main studio of Radio visitors were Mrs. Mary Wilson The Putnam County 'Teachers colleges'the f et public-libraries, the Old Dominion possessed Marine Hospital, Boston and Me- St. Johns Dee-Jay

Station WNDB on the third floor and Joe Brown. Credit Union met at C. A. last Foundation advanced suf- morial Center for Cancer and Allied -
a sum
of the News-Journal Building 128 i Wednesday nightat: 8 p. m. Plans ficient to distribute 1600 sets and Diseases in New York. He

Orange Avenue. Daytona. Beach. :, Mrs. Emma Lillian Robinson were drawn up for the year. invited the American Library As- has authored 11 papers on various -

Florida. spent a week with her son, Rich- Mrs. .Helen D. sociation to serve as the agency of subjects including "Abdominal -
The session will mark the first ard Robinson Orange Park, Long Putnam selection distribution. and Facial Trauma," "Cancerof
County Supervisor,was.a visitor "
annual meeting since the estab- "'""The S4 volumes the Tongue and "Cancer of
!at.the school last week. set contains< -
lishment of the'stateoffice with compassing .433:works by 74 au- the Breast"FAMU

full-time professional staff. Florida.POLITICS thors spanning Western thought
Rev. J. A.-Wright, pastor of _
In addition to.the reports from Shiloh Baptist Church, city, wasa from Homer and the Bible to the Instructor '-.- .
the Chairman, Directors and visitorrat our'sch.oollast Satur :20th! century It totals 32,090 pages '; _

Treasurer general subjects for AS USUAL day. comprising 25,000,000 words. Edi- J---

j the agenda will be as follows: torial preparation the set oc- Wins Ph.D Degree : -

Nominations and election of officers First semester exams were held cupied 100 scholars, chiefly en- A

and Board Members; Proposals Thursday and Friday Jan. 26-27. gaged on the Syntopicon, for eight k 4wA
(Continued from Page 2)) TALLAHASSEE Miss Virginia 4
,and plans for enlarging our We do hope everybody years and cost $2,000,000. It con-
ing and effort' for was up Curry, associate
away money professorand
membership and financial responsibilities and passed with tains whole works not excerpts 1
a smile. It doesn'tseem
votes that don't exist-and we head of the department of +
; Outlining policy and that the is and for 21 of the 74 authors all
will keep on telling Negro votersto year half gone. foreign languages at Florida A & -
program-what do we hope to accomplish their works. It represents the only + .1.
this.year thru F.C.H.R. vote their own convictions and The N. H. A. installation publication in English, or the only M University recently completed
not vote 'for candidates we are was requirements for the Ph.D. degreeat
Miss Irene Osborne ,of the held last edition aside from rare or expen-
told to vote and support by those Thursday. Gendolyn Indiana University in the department -
American Friends' Service Committee Green is president. Mrs. L. N. sive printings, of key works by *
who are paid handsome sums of of Spanish and Portuguese x
who worked Aristotle Hippocrates ,
on desegregation Osgood is
money to do so. sponsor. Archimedes and in so doing became the n
in,Washington.,C.-and Euclid Ptolemy
We will also ask candidates not Des- first-person since 1929 to earn the
who is-presgnUFserving as a con. Those who missed the Mock Copernicus Galileo, Harvey
to pay a,dim to fcav.his or.her doctorate in that department.Miss
sultant toSouthern Regional 'cartes, Pascal. Newton, Montes-
Faculty play the seniors
by miss-
[.name :placed.ten a1ieJce1'ha1; is Curry has been on leave
Council--will be guest speaker. ed a real treat A large audience I quieu, Kant, Lavoisier Fourier
handed out a few days before the Freud. from her post at A & M since
roared with Faraday and.
election and on election: :dayt"They laughter at the antics. September 1952, at which time

Leera Commercial Art are-'detrimentah to..us..as a
,Start .AiirHiM they.are'Tosses: 'of-death'to'the repeat performance.The I details of the Dedicatory Program.The dation Fellowship. She returns to

G. I. APPROVED candidates' -who seek for the ticket: the faculty at the beginning of the

AMERICAN that will place: his name on it and Best Room trophy was pre- Putnam County Negro second semester in early Febru-
I then'pardearly for it. ; sented to Mathematics Room, I Teachers will meet Sunday after-

SCHOOL OF ART t I Mrs. R. K., Ragsdale sponsor by :noon at Putnam Hall Elementary ary.Her major field at Indiana was

"27 W. MAYER I the Honor Society. The Math ;School, Mr. H.. H. Wright, presi- that of Spanish literature and '- ,
PATRONIZE'OUR. Room was judged best in school dent All teachers and
I announces. linguistics and the minor that of
Listen Jo
for the-week. supervisors are to be presentThe Brazilian-Portuguese literature,
Spanish-American literature and WILLIAM "BILL" SENIORSWith
Miss ;B. J. Medlock, Physical Central Cafeteria
VnOS/ 5//CK'// f r {ADVERTISERS Academy Latin-American history.
Education teacher broke her :program rolls right along. We are Miss Curry holds the A. B. and His
Changing QuickerGillette ankle. We.all, wish her a speedy :still hoping for 100% participationwe M. A. degrees from the Universityof

LEARN TO DRIVEThe recovery. grumbled when he had no hot Kansas where she became a Early Bird Jamboree

lunch proYour member of Phi Beta Kappa and
Quickest -. HM Ee..bt Mr. H.H.Wright, Central Acad-
'War T. Learn Pi Lambda Theta national honor Monday Thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
BLUE BLADES emy Business Education teacheris .
Negro Newspaper societies. At Indiana she was initi-
IN HANDY DISPENSE AJAXDRiVING being congratulated on the fine ated into Phi Sigma Iota national OVER STATION WSTH
article appearing in the December Stands For The RightsOf romance language honor society.

f SCHOOLCALL issue of the Florida State Teachers The Negro People :Miss Curry is the daughter of St. Augustine's Most Pouplar Station
EL 4-0639 Association.

,Many ,of the Putnam County ,
ii,i 1134 'W.. 5th 'Street teachers are looking forward to ,a+trK1SrwoR ,, airvsvEC isatz; varcv TNT

i the Florida State>Teachers Association I A MDGO OWfu
meeting to be held in Aprilin n nuRACKET IuHS.

Pensacola, 'Fla. The Putnam

County Choral group.wiU appear i MMR. ti aaU.SPF.,KW

on the program.: .vNTkAT w Y( i KSEN- iRYlTiAM7 r z ZZZJ .

Plans for the, C A. Dedicatory

Program, February'19th areoiow

being completed. All patrons'and

Each KtounJnvuf -, friends are being asked to remember t sewuKF
eEUt fv up the date. -

:t StOOfi ;
b* the
Mr. W. L. Hartsfield, :former

? principal was a visitor at the n

o e school Jast Saturday. LfeAVvu&upioKPCMK wir.+ose.w..a TIf DFti D11f611.
er + I trr vcxT'' wDSMr uo : DIFF K11'r7'I
st tl0rrnW TK4r N HOWTNE fANDEuD7 assort .A M.'
Watch for the announcementthe f .tFfAI,40W. :

Freshmen are really cookingup wE oars
something big for their Talent Know

Show. Mrs. L. N. Osgood and her 1s F

group are working very,hard. s

itiiil I.unu fc
Mr.: Fred R. Brooks, our principal

met with the local Ministerial

Alliance last Monday atMt.Tabor

First-Baptist Church working out

t .


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LSPjOJRj Saran Wrap

I r Local Youth Training For Golden Gloves Bouts Food wrap ever most developed amazing)

Wilier. Athletic Club Represented Wilder Athletic. Club Golden _Glovers I SpCl-tJ 1/I/JAu Football Killed

By Tweilf Four Ring Aspirails a ay Ai U. Of Chicago
General Manager Joe Cronin of
By Stuff Correspondent 4 S the Red Sox is one of those who

When the Jacksonville Golden Gloves annual boxing tournament !a long have felt that something CHICAGO The University of
opens in the Main Street Arena on February 6 for a three-night 4MSS. should be done to speed up base- Chicago, once one of the mightiest
round of boxing bouts several young Negroe 'boxers will be con- s ball games. He's more convincedof powers in mid-west collegiate
tending for honors.It .t. the need than ever, he says, football killed all hopes of the
is reported that a team of after having watched films of the university entering intercollegiate
fast-moving, hard-hitting leather last World's Seriees. He told a football for anytime in the near
pushers have been entered in the Planning ForCoUTour.ef writer for the Sporting News that future.
contests under the banner of the R the film shows considerable delay The ruling came about when
Wilder Athletic Club. A total of 5. t was caused by conferences on the the 51-member council of Chi-
twenty-four ring aspirants have ..S mound by managers or their rep- cago's ruling bodf passed on the
been registered with the Club. 9 S resentative. One shot, he said, measure.A .

The Wilder team will enter the Arrangements are being per- showed Casep Stengel walkingout universitf spokesman an-
contests with% at least one former fected for the second annual Jack- just to tell his pitcher to walk nounced that the council refused _
winner on its roster. He is John sonville Gate City Open Golf V ! C I
Woods, 1955 lightweight championand Tournament, which is- scheduledfor Gil Hodges of the Dodgers will committee's recommendation." A
winner of Jacksonville Golden April 12-15 on the BrentwoodGolf ,.p ax have a chance in 1956 to tie or flat "no" was delivered to Univer-
beat the National League grand-
Gloves outstanding boxing Course. sitf Chancellor Lawrence Kimp-
award for the same year. Chairman Frank Hampton S slam home run record and tie theleague's ton, one of the sponsors of a move
mark for consecutive to bring football back to the Uni-
stated that cash'and
$3,000 in '
Other boxers who are +
of 100 battedin.
years or more runs
e h 1 versity.
trophies will be awarded winners
expected to give a good accountof
But, The Sporting News,
with cash prizes for professionals The council is part of theschool's
themselves are Walter Matthews -
some records are out of Gil's reach.
senate-ruling body of the
totaling $2,000. A total of 21 trophies -
a middleweight who wasrunnerup Mel Ott of the Giants, in eight University.
in the lightweight division will be awarded. Ladies will '
: ; straight years of 100 or more runs
last and Joe Muchisona enter the tournament as amateurs k
year batted in, had a recorl of 995.
1955 Golden Glove contender only. 5 Hodees.: with 787- for -seven- years.. Louisville Park
who will fight in the 147-pound Tournament officials listed TRAINING FOR BOUTS-Shown her are members of the Wilder Athletic Club Boxing team which would haven drive in 203 this
open class. Thursday. April 12 as Pro-Ama- will compee tinllhe novice division of the Jacksonville Golden Gloves tournament Feb. 678. Left to year to tie Ott's mark. And he'd To Drop Race Bar
Vicing for heavyweight honors teur Day only. Scores for best ball right kneeling are: Rudolph' Jones Joe Murchison Willie C. Lewis. Standing:: Assistant Coach Willie have to bat in 175 runs a year for
will be Edward Phillips finalistin will apply to Pro-Amateur. Winner (Kid) Johnson. William Myrick Benny McBride. Henry Matthews. Lonnie Salter and Coach Julius the next six years to near Lou LOUISVILLE, Ky.-When the
the 1954 AAU championships. in .the Championship Flight Guinyard. The team is training at the Jefferson Street Swimming Pool from 7:00 to 9:00 P.M. dally. Gehrig's mark, and even then 1956 baseball season opens April.
Phillips will fight in the light will receive a leg on the- 42-inch would be 70 short of Gehrig's 17 in the American Association,
heavykweight class open division. Leg Trophy. race barriers will be torn down in
Henry Matthews, a fine boxer Tournament officials are: Frank SPORTING IT UP Globelrotlers 1,907.When Leo Durocher was signedfor the Louisville Colonels park.
from Matthew Gilbert High ::Hampton, J. E. Hutchins, treasurer three appearances as master of According to reports from the
School will box in the 160-lb. ; Al C.Joyner, secretary; Joseph ceremonies for the new NBC-TV Courier-Journal,the club has been
novice division; Earl Thorp, run G. Crawford, co-chairman; BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON Set For EuropeNEW Comedy Hour, he didn't like it purchased from the Boston Red
ner-up in the featherweight divi- George Harris, business manager The people didn't either, accord- Sox by a group of Cubans who
sion last year will be back for and Mildred Redding, chairman of WHEN SUGAR RAY ROBIN- the ball at least two yards in- ing to the critics, and Durocher have lifted the race barrier and
another try at the title; Lonnie souvenir program. SON won the middleweight title bound from the goal line. He YORK CITY-Abe Saper- withdrew after the second per- will permit at least two Negroesto
Salters a veteran of amateur ; back from Bobo Olson last month. stepped back into the end zone, stein, owner of the fabulous Haar- formance. The Sporting News re- play on the team.
tournaments will perform again A And T Aggies he won two thing at one Jump. touched the ball to the ground lem Globetrotters basketball team, lays this quote by the former It was also announced that the
this year in the 160-lb. open divi He won the championship and and then flipped it to an official announced this week that the famous Giant manager, now an NBC executive Custom of reserving special sections
also a tax lien from the government The West players promptly claimed court magicians have been "When I manage a ball for Negroe spectators will be
sion.Also in the line-up will be:Ben- Scheduled ForOppoiePIs of more than MMOO. they should have been awarded contracted to play an extensive club," said Leo, "if I get a pitcherI abandoned.
ny McBride 123-lbs; William My- FLOYD PATTERSON is now a safety and the two points European schedule this summer. don't send hi mto center field.
rick. 170-lbs; Rudolph Jones,. 147- ready for a shot at Rocky.Marci- that would have given them the Upon his arrival from Paris, the You can't tell anyone who lives
lbs; William Lewis,-118-lbs": William Big ano since he has reached his 21st game. Just as the fciia1 ruled it Globetrotters' owner-coach, revealed in the St. Louis area called The Kenny Washington
Mandarin 175-lbs: ; Charles birthday accorling to Gus D'- an automatic touchback and that the schedule includes Hill" that Yogi Berra is lucky to In Hall Of FameLOS
Pace 125-lbs; Henry Mosley, 126- GREENSBORO N. C.-The A Amato, Patterson's manager. D'- placed the ball on the 20-yard line 100 games, starting on May 18th have won so many awards. Yogi
lbs; and Andrew McNeel, 160-lbs. &T College Aggie quint, extremely Amato said at one time that his the gun sounded. in Glasgow, Scotland. came from "The ,Hill" nad he's
i "hot" after a shaky early sea- fighter would not be ready for the THE PRO FOTBALL GAME Other countries the etam will well remembered there, says Bob ANGELES Kenny
Firs That Advertise With Us son, was set to move into the champion until 1957, but that he that was played in Los Angeles visit on its seventh annual tour of Burnes in The Sporting News. (Kingfish) Washington, who is
We, Year ....... "meat" of its 1956 basketball sea- is now fully convinced that 1956is which ended in a controversy over Europe include England Belgium, People there say that Yogi earned considered the greatest gridder to
,.. Reteect Year Rece son this week as it takes on arch the year since he nearly blasted an official's decision did not rob Holland, 'France, Spain, Switzer- everythking'that has come to him. ever carry the pigskin at UCLAin
rival, North Carolina College on. Hurricane Jackson out of the ring. Ollie Matson, the great star of the land, Italy, Yugoslavia, Denmarkand No boy ever worked harder than the history of the school was
Wednlesday night, January 25. PATTERSON in discussing the Chicago Cardinals of the laurelshe Sweden. Yogi, whether it was baseball, among the eleven men named to
Learn Commercial Art While the North Carolina game fight, said: "If my manager makes honestly won when he took a As in the past, the tour will be basketball, football, handball or the National Football Hall of
Start All"... ranks more important than most the match, I think I can beat kickoff and scooted 91 yards for a made with the blessings of the soccer. Fame by its Honors Court and
G. f. APPROVED others, since a victory against Marciano, but I will leave that touchdown, 15 yards for another State Department of the U. S. Outfielder Jimmy Piersall of confirmed by the National Foot-
AMERICAN them means a successful season in part up to my manager. touchdown and a 50 yard returnof government. When the Trotters the Boston Red Sox has bought a ball Foundation.As .
AMERICAN LEAGUE BASE- to set another touch- home in the fashionable a prep the great running and
SCHOOL OF ART any port, this i just the beginningof a punt up returned from Europe last sum- new
Aggie troubles. BALL fans are reminded that down which was all the East Newton suburb of Boston. Jimmy passing artist starred at Lincoln
27 W. BEAVER The locals will have to face on there have been 228 night games team needed to win the game. cial mer,declared one State: Department offi- feels that his own children "evict- High School in Los Angeles. His
the home court such stiff compe- schedule dthis year. The Washington The playing of Matson gave the ed" him from his old home. He running mate at UCLA was fabu-
tition as Winston-Salem Teachers Senators lead with 45, 37,867 fans the thrills they wentto "The Globetrotters did more for has four youngsters, with a new lous Brooklyn Dodger star, Jackie
College,West Virginia State,Mor- Kansas City Athletics 44, Balti- the game to see. the United States in Europe witha arrival due in May, and teh old Robinson. A few months ago the
WATCH THIS CLOWN gan State and Shaw University, more Orioles 42,Cleveland Indians HENRY (HANK) THOMPSONhas basketball than any other American place was getting rather crowded. Southern California sports writers
all within two-weeks time. As 30, Chicago White Sox 23, New signed his New "York Giant sports aggregation that ever named Washington and the Uni-
48-19-23 Cal Irwin, Aggie coach puts it, York Yankees 16, Boston and De- contract for 1956 with a slight cut visited there"Robinson versity of Southern California'sMorley
865-4-261 These teams are enough to chill troit with 14 each. .from his 1955 salary of $16,000. Canadians Sign Drury as the two greatest
the hottest clubs." The 1956 campaign begins April i Thompson is the regular third footballers ever to come out of

Each of the remaining gamesisto 17 with New York at Washington, baseman of the Giants. Tan Grid Stars .California's schools.
5-4 be played in the Moore Gymnasium Cleveland at Chicago,Kansas Cityat CASEY STENGLE. the master Walls On leaving UCLA Kenny be-
Baltimore at Boston.It the New York Yankees is came a star with the Hollywood
I 2 on the college campus be- Detroit, mind of
Bears and later the Los Angeles
ginning at 8:00 P. M, with the will close Sept.30 with Chicagoat reported to have signed "Bozo WINNIPEG Hardiman Cure-
5 7 preliminary getting underway at Kansas City, Detroit at Cleve- Henry Wakabayafhi" Japaneseto Bout With Bobo ton, UCLA's Ail-American guard Rams professional football teams.

630. land, Bostson at New York and a contract and it is as a-scout. and captain and Calvin Jones,
351-67-552 Baltimore at Washington.The Stengel says Boxo's job is to hunt .Iowa's All-American guard and No surgery needed
50-77-16 double-header schedule- for promising Japanese players. PostponedNEW captain have been signed by Can-
UtAB/UMU Decoration Day, May 30-Detroit "It may be four or five years. butI adian professional football teams. to reduce swellingof
s..t..... Isis .. RfufEvffn NAIl at Kansas City, Chicago at Cleve- think the next great innovationin i Cureton has signed to play with
S*.wfiMe he's ..,. HURTING YOm land, Boston at Baltimore, Wash- American baseball will be a YORK-A postponementof the Toronto Argonauts for a $10- !
He ..., Mbrtect ......,. ington at New York: July 4- Japanese star. I think a Japaneseball his return bout with ex-cham- 000 pay-check plus a $1,000 bonus. painful piles
He werk it ell
Kefirff! Kansas City at Chicago, Clevelandat player would be a tremendous pion Carl (Bobo) Olson has been The announcement came from Xa factor's tests, amazing new
A f_.... c ovrcao ==-.Il Detroit, Baltimore at Washington sensation here. and a fine asked by middleweight champion Harry Sonshine manager of the Stainless piles torture Pam! Gave instantly Internal relieved and
FOR FEB. 4th nIIef:fG.u.-' _...."..-.rsw and New York at BostonL thing for world relations." says Sugar Ray Robinson. The fight Argonauts. external reliefmedicallyproved without surgery!
90-12-6 -.read..fY .nr dap=' ::"i. OUSTBAID Labor Day, Sept. 3-Detroit at StengeL was tentatively set for Feb. 24 in Calvin Jones, the 22-year old 9 patn.ltffilng instantly Ingredients I Reduce relieve
Chicago, Clevelwahd at Kansas RECORDS REVEAL THAT San Francisco, the International All-American guard and captainof welling.Promote healing.You sit
City, Boston at Washington and THE 67-yard touchdown pass that Boxing Club announced.It Iowa was-signed by the Bombers walk In comfort: Only stainless pile
remedy. Stainless Fame Support
Baltimore at New York. was'thrown by Clarence Peaks to was also announced by the of the Canadian Football tales or Otatnest at druggists.N .
Jack Pela.ce. Virs1aica Moto'StLVER THE TORONTO MAPLELEAFS John Henry (Big Thunder)'Lewisof IBC that Truman Gibson, its sec- i League.
CHAUa" baseball club has signed Lou Michigan State Rose Bowl retary, would confer with Sid

SUN. WED. Rleltarcl eo.hI Marciano.: brother of heavyweight Champions against UCLA Jan. 2, Flaherty, Olson's manager, in San
'BIG TIP OFF" champion Rocky Marciano for the 1956 was the longest ever completed Francisco, with a definite an-
JAN. 29 FtB. 1 1958 season according: to an an- ? in Rose Bowl history. The nouncement about a date and site. Jhe.1Sip1 matic. : rin1;. .
THURSDAY SATURDAY FEB. 2.4 nounement made by Rudle Schaf- longest in history was 70 yards It is reported that Robinson is
2 T.chakeler Hits fer general manager of Toronto. thromn by Dob Detmman to Gene not in favor of a San Francisco NO LIQUOR TASTE..NO LIQUOR BREATH!
Grace KaP7 Peel DoIIt'' .- GREEN FlU" Marciano: is an infielder and recently Gray for Oregon State against bout because it is Olson's home
..4 'LAND OF ulr received his-discharge from Duke in 1942 but that game was town. Miami is said to be in line Since 1721. .-
the Army. played in Durham, f 1. C. becauseof for the bout.Something.
ROOSEVELT SKY VIEW ROBERT LANCE AND HARRY government bans on West Coast definite is expectedto RELKA ,
star football players the outbreak of
SPEERS, two crowds following break soon according to an an-
s... --T.... In. 2'31IlL. from the University of Florida the war. nouncement made by Truman The World's
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who is
"PHENIX. CITY STORY"A have been signel by professional FRANK ROBINSON Gibson.
R MUJu4 Newt
MAN A1.ONE- .. oad "FINGERMAN"WIN football teams. Speers, a quarter- known all over the South Atlantic Most Honored
,a.r. Red Caaero. I. $245 CASH back goes to the New York Giants League as the slugging outfielderof Vodka
-HUDUNE HUNTERSMONDAY NIGHT and Lance also a quarterback goes the Columbia Reds under the regular with the Reds.
Beth 1st I.. to the Green Bay Packers. leadership of Ernie White is believed THE JAMES WELDON JOHNSON -
W." i TIt.rs. Feb. 1.2Wed. THE PRO FOOTBALL GAME I to be a surety with the basketeers have been turning -
.. S TIt.n. ,'M. 1.2 ""BlACKBOARD JUHG1.E" like the Rose Bowl game endedin Cincinnati Reds this season. Rob- in some fine performances this
Tee..ble NIW onEANS"- "TIll I IS MY LOVE""NAUGHTY controversy over an official inson is well remembered by his season and up to this point theyare

Pin: IGHTEk ATTACK- ruling. The disputed play came sensational hitting, running and undefeated. Coaches Oliver
a FrL & Sat. F." 1.4 about when Bert Rechichar of the that strong throwing arm. The Walker and Edwin Lawsoa have
Eel.i Set. ,.... J.4 W. Emott West team tried a 50-yard field arm that gave him so much done a very fine Job In getting

lit. GIRL Res nOM Tltrillet$4ARS" A.LLAHT- ..LEGION""DEVt1. goal that was short and most trouble over the past season'has their team la shape to meet the
Pial IONTIlt IADMANIGHTII ATTACX" witnesses agreed that Scooter been judgel "fit as a fiddle" and )watt eampetU10a that 1M other MftSMrrwf:
Scudero of the East team caught he appears all set to become a school are prepared to ..! .. re sillMRse et Ile Nitlleq yt.Wsy a CirrCsstgeraisr Y/VJ

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Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisersn

Chips Off The Blocks Man Is Wounded Rickey Spent $25,000 In Search I

BY JAY JAY 4 By Siray_Bullet Before Signing Jackie RobinsonATLANTA

"Mother Where Ii Your Wondering Child Tonight" Many of the A Jacksonville man is the vic-

oldtimers remember when the words of that old song echoed from I tim of a stray bullet which Ga. Branch ace said, "Without this fellow-

every vaudeville stage in the country. Even tho the song is old the wounded him in his left leg last Rickey spent $25,000 seeking Ne- I a southerner, incidentally don't

words hold true today. We can answer that Question and tell the Saturday, Jan. 21. gro ball players in the Caribbeanand I think it would have been possi-

mothers that of their tender children "the Blocks 1 .Y cv Puerto Rico two years beforehe ble."
many young : are on Lee Hoston, 30uqf 1448 Illinois I
tonight" Several weeks ago we spoke of Funland in this column. Street told_police he was walking signed Jackie Robinson to the Dr. Benjamin E. Mays, president

Since that time the ,operators of the place have come in the office K'vrsyes" down the street last Saturday: Brooklyn Dodgers the veteran II' of Morehouse College, cred-

and talked with us. He has convinced' us that it is his desire to when he was hit.He said a man pioneer said here last week. ited Robinson "With opening the

operate a clean place of business and to keep the young kid out. and woman were arguing and the Rickey revealed this fact in an doors forever for Negroes in or-

In learned that the staff had been orders to address before the annual banquet ganized basebalL"
a checkup we given man pulled out a pistol and shot
keep the tiny tots out and the officers on duty in the area also state at the woman, but the bullet of the 100-Percent Wrong Dr.-Mays mentioned the "Golden

they are trying to keep the kids out of the spot if they are underage. struck Hoston instead. Hoston was Club in the Walu Room of the Era of Sports" from Robinsonto

With all this protection, unless the parents know where their off treated at Duval Medical Center.Laymen Waluhaje Apartments recently. Elston Howard of the New

springs are and try to keep them home. it is to no avail. The final Along with Robinson and Pee York Yankees. Howard, along
Wee Reese honoredby with Brooks Lawrence and Tom
Rickey was
appeal is directed to you parunts. These are your kids. We met a
the Club in with Alston first in St. Louis
AME connection
Set Negroes
young fellow who had been in the Funland from seven ten-
the Atlanta Daily World and the Cardinal uniforms, were also singled
thirty p. m. The girls would run him out one door and he would
Atlanta Life Insurance Co. for commendation. With
Reese out
he stated thai Vr had Motorcade ,
come in another. 'When ,questioned mama To
who had a previous committment, the three national league stars
thaw and he lived"over thereAU do is to ask
gone to the we can Richard Conte is the star of
new racket-busier thriller.
in attendance. William G. Porter
was not was special as-
the of tomorrow's men and women to protect their future -
you parents "BIG TIPOFF.
showing Sunday through Wednesday at the Strand. St.
AugustineFor Rickey told his audience of nationally sistant to vice-president of An-
by guarding! their pnseDt.The Conte the role of
plays an enterprising who survives
newspaper known sports figures and heuser-Busch, Ino, who was responsible -
Ambassadors costume ball gangster attempts to kill him for exposing them. Main feature of Conference members of the National Newspaper for their presence.
has come and gone and folks have Berthine is knitting cute little the bill is Warner Brothers "SILVER CHALICE." Cinemascope
Publishers Robinson head football
Association that Eddie' ,
Loretta Jordan is home
returned to sanity. Elsewhere in things
religious drama with..Jack Palance and Virginia Mayo.Store's ,Laymen of the East Florida "the day is rapidly approachingwhen coach and athletic director at
the paper you will see a full for a few months.E.
Conference will join a motorcade Americans, the country over Grambling College was named
spread of folks and their cos- P. Jones had as his guestsat
Joe Higdon has come up which will travel to St. Augustine will judge a man on the basis of Coach of the Year;The Grambling
tumes. Notable among the outfits the Country Club a group of with another humdinger. Next Sunday for the quarterly Mass his ability and not according to Tigers were declared the 1955 national -
the clown suit of Dr. James
were ssful hairdressers. There
week. Friday night Feb. 3 he Meeting will be held in St. Luke the pigmentation of his skin. champions and received the
Henderson the big hunter former who all
game students are brings the old Rock and Roll King AME Church with the Rev. Tos- The chairman of the board of William A. Scott Memorial Tro
outfits of the Nelson Spauldings
Daytona Louis Jordan to the Armory sa eon as host pastor. the Pittsburgh Pirates, was the phy. John Sample, All American
the Sultan attire of the Gibson There Mrs. Pearlie Mae Richards
was that everybody can get in and The laymen from this side will recipient of the "Pioneer Award"in back, Maryland State College was
brothers, Harold and Roland, the who in reweavingand
specializes have plenty room to rug cut be met by the laymen'from Hast- memory of A. F. Herndon, named Player of the Year.

Spaceman outfit of Eric Simpsonand attaching human haidr so You don't have to worry about ings, Palatka, Lawtey, Callahan founder of Atlanta Life. The Dr. Walter S. Davis, presidentof
the harem girl costume of that the "H I B" (hair I bought)
getting thirsty. Just bring your Fernandina and other points in award was made for Rickey's Tennessee A & I University received -
Louise Evans. James and Tlehma cannot be pulled out. Also in the own and buy your chaser in the i% the area. "outstanding contribution to democracy the Citizen of the Year

Lewis represented the Mickey party were Mesdames Bernice Armory. j District President Albert Davisof in the field of sports." award.
Mouse "Mousketeers", Harmon and Ethel _
Brown Mattie
We hope aspirants for office Palatka, F. H. Hoover, presi- Robinson, in accepting the Greetings were received by .
Portee was a walking edition of Richardson
imported company and incumbents learn lesson >MA. dent of St Luke local unit and "Two Friends" award, lauded Rickey and Robinson from na-
"The Florida Star" Betty Wilson one
all smiles
from and
; Tampa was Mrs. Ada Rembert of St. Paul, St. Rickey and the Negro people, but tionally known sports figures all
as the little Dutch girl and Atha .. .Ethel Cooke and Evelyn Jones this year. That is the fad that no .
"deliver" the Augustine are working to make warned the South "they are hurt o v e r the country. Practicallyevery
Glass and Jule Alexander were one person can
made a pretty duo as they social- Negro vole. Instead of leaders this the best meeting ever held ing themselves and not us (Ne- major league manager and
gypsy maids. Some folks squawked -
because the host club proved ized.Visited and person of influence the hinterlands within the confines.of the East groes).** In commenting on the relationship coach sent personal letters or tele-
the Hideaway to chat Florida Conference.
of "Culludtown- with Reese, the Dodger grams.
they meant costumes by turning with Clarice Deane and crasheda \ Cars for the motorcade will
some invitees who didn't filled with Judases and fellows
away wedding party. Andrew Cudjoof meet Street between '
but it who will sell their brethren for on Ashley
costumes. on
wear Oklahoma had taken his Article'in Readers Reveals
just as Clay and Broad across from Old Digest
the invitation. When you are in- pieces of silver. We hope politicians
bride Juanita Johnson, popular Stanton High School. The motor-
vited,out just do as the people ,will wake up because the ;
employee,of the Paradise Lounge. cade will move off exactly at 2
fishermen are baiting their lines Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs
ask or don't go.- I Andy, the bossman of the Paradise __. C!'_. k. p. m.
nite at the Two Spot D"'"' you next wee
Monday I was the host and also in the party Direct information may be ob-

Buddy Johnson and his crew provided I were Mary Louise Spikes, manager NEWS AGENT -- Shown here tained by calling any of the following So Often a Needless Misery!
music for
the a super of the Hitching Post, and is William Tombs recently appointed persons: Mrs. Ruth Wat-

fry". Buddy's banld rocked and Bessie M. English. Frankie Dee, Soulhside circulation representative son, secretary, EL 4-2568; George Do you suffer terrible nervous ten. stopped or strikingly relieved
rolled and we sweated and.stomped 'The Cascade Kid" toasted the Isaiah Blocker for the "Florida Star." D. London, conference treasurer. slon-feel Jittery Irritable depain I and discomfort out of 4
pressed-Just before your period women got glorious relief!
thru four hours of sweltering couple with a gift of Cascade and Persons desirous of securing editions EL 6-8306; P.J. McIntosh, District each month? A startling article in Taken regularly, Pinkham's re-

madness. The upper left-side of wished them happy years. of the Florida Star can ob- President EL 3-1950; Walter L. READER'S DIGEST reveals such 'I1evesthebtad9cbes.crampsnery.premenstrual
For torment is seedless ous tension.. during and be/ore
the balcony of theSpot" as per Planning
Sydney Lilly hubby of Mel- tain service by contacting Tombs. Davis President St. Stephens misery in many cases your period. Many women never
usual was celebrity row and the"professionals" tonia school teacher at Jacobs Confectionery. 2547 local. EL 4.62733.- L. Williams, Thousands have already' dlseosuffer-even outfit first day Why
Lilly popular ered how to avoid such suffering. month,start tak;
of Jax turned out left the city: for Los Angeles Revue And :Show Kings Ave. phone FL 9-1461. or Conference President, EL 4-6916; With LydIa Pinkham's Compound should Bee if you don't

enmasse. Buddy gave musical and West and North this at his residence. 2117 Wishart St. Mrs. Willie Mae Hart President, and Tablets they're so much happier escape -menstrual tension..'so
salutes to many of his friends in points less tense as those "difficult often the cause of unhapplness.Get
He will deliver copies of the Ladies Auxiliary EL 46369.
week. his Is ." !
Lilly says trip on approach Get Lydia E.
the group. "Florida Star" anywhere in South Lydia Pinkham's I.4.ct.n't.sts.s'.&*! Pinkham's Vegetable
business and his will be Indefinite
Joe Higdon has as his guests stay Participants in the Annual Tal- Jacksonville has a remarkable ynlKt,3..t.!4....*st compound..
most of tell topflight hucksters J..D. Brooks left for ent and Fashion Revue which will Rooms For Rent soothing effect on rtBtf d MTTM*Jiitr***,|4b. I or convenient new
the source of such '...... Tablets which have
New York to attend the annual relief lariat uJbtfm
be the
who were in town over the week- presented by faculty distress. In doctors'tests. -building- Iron
Furnished for for single tkM .Ula" !
sales meeting of th* F. & M. room rent a J'
end. Enjoying the music and the Isaiah Blocker Junior High Schoolare lighted with modeling of the Pinkhan's added.At. druielsta,
man. Venetian blinds fe MMA***
Schaefer Ken young
Brewing Company.
evening were Herb Wright of currently putting the finishing latest fashions for 1956. In addi-
and use of TV. $8.50 week.
Knighi.plans to lean next week per
Herb Gaines of touches on the production tion
Phillip Morris, to the clothing ensembles Call EL 5-5094.
Pabst Blue Ribbon, Errol Davis for Chicago and New York on which will be presented on Mon- which will be displayed Jaxons

Courier Ethel of radio business. day night February 20 in the au- RITZ
of the Spears THEATRE
will have the opportunity of see- Wanted!
Borden's Milk Louise Protho of Alphair Simmons and Vearl ditorium of the school. Help

Pet Milk and Frankie "The Cascade Scott have modernized Scott's The presentation will feature ing hat creations:by some of the Weather Conditioned -

Kid" Dee of Schenley. Also Bakery. The boys have installeda the musical and dramatic abilitiesof nation's leading designers in their MAID Permanent. Care for in

in the party were Johnnie Roberts new grill and feature orders to the teacher and will be high- first showing. fant. $20 a wk. Mrs. Sachs. 3414. Friady and Saturday 27 28
Estelle Williams, Ken and go. Scott is a top notch baker Drum St. Phone EX 87348.
F r en chi e Knight Gwendolyn and the place sells "Scott's tasty
Langley and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur pastries" .. The boys are locatedon MAID-To live on premises.Saturday "MARSHALL IN DISGUISE"A

King. Kings Road next to Edward Here He Is At Last and Sunday off.$15 a wk. ( WILD BILL HICKOK ADVENTURE)

Looking over the floor we saw Waters The Myrtle Avenue D. Ferrell. 3806 Colebrook Dr. also -
Alvin James Dephine Mainor, Drug Store is under new management EV ..7.5493.MAIDCOOK. .
Betty Belton and Virginia Taylor Mr. Pope owner of O. K. .

Williams of the Tattler staff. Wil- Pharmacy at First and Florida -To live on prem '"

lie Mae Smith was out and still Avenue promises to give the JORDAN ises. $15. a week. Mrs. Reese.

looked good without, the black Westside a first-rate store in that Brackbridge Sub. Div. Phone Monday Tuesday January 293031LEX

velvet dress. locale On Kings Road and AND HIS EV 89518. BARKER PATRICIA MEDINA IN

After the Costume Ball Frank Davis Berriers Ice. Cream Co. is "DUEL ON, THE MISSISSIPPI"

Hampton served breakfast at his opening.... In the near future the FAMOUS BAND r2 MAID-To live on premises. Sal FIRST JAX RUN -

new home. Longineau Parsons first "Burgher King" for colored ,; w ary $25 a week. Mrs. Synder. and -
847 Oil Grove Manor FL 90558. -
started things off with the pre- will be opened in the 800 blockof -
"SON OF SINBAD"Wednesday
breakfasL speech. and. Senator Ashley Street. l ,
Invites Him "Chicken Back"F. MAID To baby sit and house
Ralph"the Man Who, For real topflight_entertainmentdon't '
self to Dinner" Maultsby dosed miss the Silver Chalice "Gotta Go" ft,_ clean. $2.50 ,a day and carfare. '
Mrs. N 1027 Delmount and Thursday February 1-2
things with a lengthy discourse.: playing at the Strand next week ewsoD.

Folks left singing the praises of and for goof clean family fun the FRIDAY NITEFEBRUARY .ry Street. Apt. 4. "SO THIS IS PARIS"

Pappy' Hampton as a host. reissue of The Egg and I" 3rdDUVAL sad -
White headwaiter at the sew
Harry Glad to hear that Mildred Tucker "ISLE OF THE DEAD"
Roosevelt Hotel, paused for a few clean store. Apply at Mullins
is and to
words with the boys at the Tropi- recuperating expects ARMORY Credit Store. 115 W. Bay St. Ask
be Albert Crawford the
up soon.
canna H. C. Donald and Jim for Mr. Lewis.MAmCOOK .
STAR photog is the proud, papa
my Jenkins were getting their STATE & MARKET STREETS
of He the
a new son. tops
heals together Laverne Pearson -Permanent.Good
as this is his second. Bring Whatever You LikeA
and her uncle were seeing the pay. Reference. health card re-

town Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hal. Spike Washington continues to Hollywood PrtM.totio You Knew It'. Good quired. Phone EV 96020.

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