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TALLAHASSEE Dr A. O. Campbell 67-year-old Tallahassee II NEW YORK -SPECIAL Jacksonville-born CORRESPONDENT singer Billy Daniel who y;:' it I 1 I M A 4

Negro physician last Thursday denied the charge of performing an packs a penchant for making the, headlines has done ,it again. .' .. :
illegal abortion upon a Jacksonville woman, who died. '

Dr. Campbell testified the 21- > isPROTECT
129 ,. i I gun shooter because it was discovered -
yecr-old white woman was in a when he gave her a drug to ""
that five hours had CITIZENS Sheriff Rex Sweat chief of Duval County law enforcement officers
condition of abortion when he aid In determining if she were
lapsed before police headquarters paid high tribute to the four Negro deputy sheriffs on his staff when he said the men had given good
treated her,July 26, and named a pregnant The other time was on
was informed of the shooting.And deportment of, themselves and have played an important part in curbing crime and helping to main-
doctor at Havana as the one who Aug. 8, when he treated her for a
'' nothing could make the tain the safety program in Duval County.
performed the,abortion. penicihin'rashn .
i" '*Dr of Havana police chief hotter than the story The foursome, the first Negro deputies to be employed in Duval! County were appointed by

'-.-' ; 'WinstofttSapp7* c- ..,*" J,1IW ii11 t .New.ork.Post'l T .x..ostonSrnft ShUi Sw..*.who has.maintained an .ffldenl-program'for the"-prelection and safety of citizens.
aborted'her,1 CampbelThlecleredl,
brake ,-
Dr. Campbell; is being tried Jby I Fleas Beiied New York C'; town and all the Shown here left to,right, are: Deputy- Sheriffs.-' James Bailer Richard Wilson Willie Weston
abortionand and Jonathan McCone. -* -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO
a Circuit Court jury on newspapers knew about the

manslaughter charges.Dr. For Commutation shooting but the police depart- .

Sapp, a white physician, ment.It .
who had previously had testifiedfor is hinted in inside circles that Nib Boliia King Scout Leaders Honored

the state, denied the accusation TALLAHASSEE The state during the five "silent hours the

,. pardon board last Tuesday rejected "fix" was being made between With $10,000PORT

Dr. Campbell said the woman last ditch appeals by.three the singer and the cops in a: Annual Scout

told him she had been' to a doctorin convicted murderers for commutation -I strange blend of "Black Magic" ST. JOE Officers of a Banquet
Jacksonville and to Dr. ,Sapp. orders that would save
and ten thousand
greens. last closedin
Campbell said he had given her them from the electric chair. i BILLY DANIELS The result is that the top brass raiding Sandy squad Kitchens Sunday, the .
"terminal treatment." The appeals] were made in be- that old black magic on reputed
have opened an investigation OAt four
hundred and
kingpin of "bolita" gambling in ver fifty Scout Leaders and friends inter-
In his own testimony, Dr. Sapp half of Percy Ambrister and
But last week-end the New questioning some 30 policemenand this area and confiscated $10,000in ested in Scouting were extolled for their outstanding contributionsto
said he had treated the woman George Anderson, convicted of
detectives.The cash he had with him in his the growth and development of the Scouting Program throughout
I' York "scandal sheets" (as we
March Continued
twice. The first time was ( en Page 8)) '
small towners call newspapersthat power of "Black Magic"doesn't home. the East and West- Divisions, North*Florida Council, during their

print the news) are screaming end there. After posting Kitchens had almost managedto Annual Scouters Banquet held in the cafetorium of the Matthew

headlines about a suspected payoff 2,500 Billy who gave his age as conceal some $6300 of the W. Gilbert High School on last Thursday evening.

Judge Rules That NegroesCan in the shooting case involving 40 took off for the coast. So now money which the state chargeshe Veteran leaders of the Scouting

the "Old Black-Magic" crooner. New Yorkers are wondering what got by selling or.having sold Program said it was the largest Horace S. Williamson; Mr. JohnE.

To bring to date on the and of magic the singer possessesto "Cuba" lottery tickets to Negroesin and most enthusiastic Divisional. Bralford, Jr.; Mr. Charles E.
you up
I Use Municipal PoolTAMPA affair, this is how it goes: get permission to leave the Port St. Joe. Meeting ever held. Simmons, Jr., .Actuary of Afro-
state while under bond for felonious -
is But he talked too freely by Delivering the featured addresswas American Insurance Co.; Mr. Jun-
Last Monday night.Billy reported aSsault.To' .
to have shot and woundeda offering searchers free rein to W.A. Dobson, Regional Scout ius A. Bowman, Industrial Relations -
that question one wag ob- search through his two wallets, Secretary for the Urban
Executive for Region VI. Mr.
man in an after hours bottle .
-: Federal Judge George W. Whitehurst ruled last club in Harlem. The victim, 30- served "Black" Magic, my. boy in which he had some $3686. Dobson extolled the work of the League; Mr. Parris Calhoun, Sup-

Thursday the City of St. Petersburg must admit Negroes to municipally year-old James Jackson, was Black Magic. But when the leader of the Scouts and Volunteer Leaders and ermintendent Negro Boys Paren-

operated SPA swimming pooL found outside a Harlem club last State Beverage Department crew, paid a glowing tribute to MarionL. tal Home; Rev E.M.Hurley, Pastor

Judge Whitehurst said he would' Tuesday'morning.. Alabama Carl Bloody of Tallahassee, decided Rudd, Field Scout Executive of Ebenezer Methodist Church;

grant the motion of a Negro group BoycottLeaders' to make a personal "shake" who came to Jacksonville three Dr. Jean C. Downing; and Attor

for an injunction restraining the ttieslioiaires But it seems officials believe on Kitchens, the ,spectacle-wear- years ago and has done mognifice ney E. D. Jackson.

city from barring Negroes from that somewhere between the time Homes ing, neatly-dressed little cafe ntojb. Coming before the Court for

the pool, but would not sign an On- Integration of the alleged shooting and the operator lost his talkativeness. The speaker was introduced in special recognition and receiving

order for about a week so that the time of his arrest Billy must have Suffer BombingMONTGOMERY Moody pulled out two wads of fitting worls of tribute by Scout the Scouter's Award were: Messrs.
cast his old black magic spelL
$100 bills. They came from an inside -
city might have time to prepareits Sent Oil I Executive Horace S. Williamsonof George A. Mackey, Clifford John-
Being New York's Chief of Detectives _
appeal to the Fifth Circuit coat pocket. When counted,. the North Florida CounciL son, Calvin Morse, and James
James B. is hot as a six-
Ala. The
they totaled $6300.
Court of Appeals. Jr.Recipients
To Floridians second bomb blast in 48 hours exploded Kitchens turned a shade paler Most notable feature of the
The plaintiffs not object to of the Scoutmaster'sKey
the of the
evening was ,
in the front yard of E. D. when the bills were thrown on
this delay in signing the order, were: Messrs. Herbert L.
Silver Beaver the honor
Funds For Nixon, a leader: in the Negro citizens the living room floor of his.Avenue
which means the city will not immediately TALLAHASSEE All state Deny boycott ,of the Montgomery F residence. He had nothing within the power of the North Hughes, Grover C. Hagans,

have to, admti Negroesto university students, the parents, Florida Council to bestow on a Thomas Baldwin, Freddie Walker
bus system. more to say. Told money was
the pooL As soon as the appealis Sn, and Edgar Alston.
who has
NegroSheets Jacksonville Scouter
alumni and
members wilreceive
faculty Nixon, a Pullman car porter, isa being confiscated as evidence that
perfected that -also will defer a questionnaire .asking former state president of the he ran a bolita operation, Kitch- given many years of his life to Receiving the Scouter's Twenty

such admissions until the appeals their Views on segregation in the DAYTONA The City Com Alabama" NAACP. Only minor ens said softly: active Scouting and its leadership.It Year Veteran's Pin was Mr.

court rules. next 10 to 15 days. done to is an award presented to a Charlwes E. Simmons, Jr.
The plaintiffs argued that St mission last Thursday refused to damage was a gate postin "You don't mean you're goingto
Asst. Business Manager Paul spend an additional $4,000 so that the front of Nixon's yard. On take all my money?" Scouter who has given throughthe The East Division's Court of
barred solely
Petersburg Negroes and to,, the
Skelton of the State Board of the developer of the Hibuscus Monday night bomb was tossedon Ed McCollum, attorney gen- years right up Honor Advancement Award was
because of their
race. Control said 61,950 questionnairesare Park subdivision for Negroes the porch of Rev. M. L. King, eral's office investigator in chargeof present moment the most effective presented to Isaic Carnes, Scoutmaster .
The city contended it operated .
the not governmental being prepared for mailing to could put in a more expensivestreet a Baptist minister. King residedin the raid assured Kitchens he I and the most meritorious at St John's Baptist
pool as a comply with a Florida Supreme base. the parsonage of his pastorate. was not only taking the money, service to Scouting. Recipient of Church and the East Division

function but strictly as an enter- Court order that evidence be! Dr. B. J. LaCour offered to put Both Rev. King and Nixon have but that Kitchens was also goingto i 3this great honor was Mr. L. R. Court of Honor Attendance Awardwas
for profit and thus did not I
prise of
gathered bearing on the question in a base of limerock instead of been active in directing the boy.- the County Jail at Wewa- Aarons, District presented to Charles E. Simmons
under the recent Supreme
come the West Division, North Florida
of whether it would be advisable the cheaper marl and shell if the cott. Considerable damage was hitchka Jr.. Troop 57, Antioch
Court ruling opening up all gov- Council and holder of the Scout-
ernmentally operated recreational to admit Negroes the state unirities city would put on'the asphalt top. done to the porch of the dwelling. Kitchens was asked I,he owneda Baptist Church.
er's Award.The
facilities to Negroes. The city also at presentThe Under the original agreement La Negroes have refused to ride federal gambling tax stamp, and The following Scouts who attained -

said it offered equal facilities segregation quiz will go tout Cour'is to build the whole street, the city buses since December 5 he replied, "No, sir. I never coveted .Silver Beaver the Eagle rank in 1955 received -

elsewhere for Negroes. of state as well as Florida putting, in a marl and shell base in protest against segrgeated' bought no federal stamp. Award for distinguished serviceto special recognition: Joseph

Judge Whitehurst said he over- residents and all connected with and an asphalt top, all at his own salting policies. The case was McCollum said Kitchens will in Scouting was presented tQ Mr Ho enWxt Johnny Sapp, Paul
tossed into federal court in a suit all likelihood face twin U. s. Aarons by Mr. Wesley J. Lein-
ruled the "profit enterprisecon- state universities, including Flor: expense. Ravnel Jacob Chatmon, and Jo-
tention and made his decision inline ida A& M University. Commissioner J., Hart Long fa- filed February 1. Several city charges for failing to buy a weber past president of the seph Pauline who also had attained -
officials of Montgomery were stamp, and for failure to report North Florida CounciL
with the Supreme Court The survey also was planned vored granting LaCour's request the Church Award.
to.include high school seniors and and spending the $4,000. named as defendants.On and pay tax on his bolita take, if Another outstanding feature of
ruling. Executive's Annual
the evening was the Court of The Report
"It is the constitutionaf right of their parents for the reason that "We. could get a good street the legislative front, Ala- he is convicted.During
at High Awards presdied over by was made by Field Scout Execu-
inter- of
AieLWhether bama yesterday adopted aij hours questioning
that way.he
citizen to have equal accessto they will comprise the bulk of the
every seeks to Kitchens agreed to William D. Sweet and composedby Rudd and it
owned and freshman classes at the univer- Marl and shell is J1 positionist plan which Wewahitchka tive M. L. proved
any governmentally null and void the,rulings statement conceding that the following persons: Mr.: A.
declare sign
golf sities next year. proper base for streets in low a both revealing and illuminatingin
facility course
operated United States Supreme he'd dealt with bolita for a number Frank Green, president of North
is subject of much local of the
swimming pool or other rec- Arrangementshave not yet areas a the matter of interest and
park became law until 1958.: But Florida Council; Mr. Wesley J.
Some engineers Court. The plan of years up
whether been worked out with county controversy.
reational function of the Scoutin
White school superintendents for distri- claim it will disintegrate in a few without the endorsement of the he wouldn't say he'd sold this Leinweber!! past president North growth gProgram
White or colored, Judge Florida Council; Scout Executives in the East and West Divisiorns.L .
hurst said. (Continued en Page S) years. governor. year.




Tn THE fLOUDA STAR Sotvrfey February 4. 1956


:':' y', fcy The Fieri* Star ...BU.c c:.. ERIC O. SIMPSON
Once again polities is in the air. To some insincere office seekers
Mali.. this season presents an opportunity to get themselves elected to some
.. O. sex 541, JcdaeOTiBe 1, ,...... office that would provide them with pickings over and above their
42J; ... Street .JcckmniBe Fluids. PHONE ELGIN 4-3773 salaries.

ERIC 0. SIMPSON MM fat ..UfcorUrer To another group the political

"S.&.* W......t.. ., .._...L..... Nevs Uftw parasites-the approaching elec- citizen: is that of registering. That
C. ....... "...... _, News Staff tions present an opportunity to is the most important more because -
1 pick up some easy money mis- unless that is done we cannot
'$ leading office-seekers that they vote
Member of Associated Negro Press
can deliver a bulk of Negro votesto The registration'books are being

TS&' FLOR ASTR9'114DS' FM:' $ +i the candidate. purged. In other words they are

1. Negro lk 1... ., It is hard to being cleaned out of the names of

2.Mora X.fro Glee .... ', "per tell which of people who may be dead or

.1r. &ruo4 Ctar* Jar &. JIetre.?*Sc.. t the two ..mentioned moved out of the country. They
4. MOT OB* Better Sc&ooU cad Sp...Q Up oi the f : x .; above is want to know if you are still living -

Bufefag Program '4.__ the greatermenace. at the same voting address, so
i Neither that the registrar's books can be

} of them is brought up to date. The Supervisor

Admission Of Negroes Ti U. of F. justified in of Registration has sent out
actions. cards to all registered voters who
f4 The people must sign them and return themto

Beug Stalled By Sirvey Extension r '" have a weaponin his office indicating that the

t !* r the vote voter is still alive and still livingat
which they his established address.
The Florida Supreme Court has granted an extension oi %. could use to boot the crooked pol- But here is the catch. If you
time for when and How the of Florida itician out of office
a survey on University r : while on the have moved from your previous
durald. admit Negro students. at other hand the activities of poli- registration address the card will

The court had ,ordered the survey to be completed by '. tical parasites could be curbed by not be forwarded to your new address
February 19, but the date has'now been extended to May-31, office-seekers if they refuse to fall as they do other letters even

although Attorney General Richard Irvin had requested an ..- -. :,',' ; } J sucker for the phony "organiza- though you may have changed
extension to July 2. z... ;-"'. .:: "' .., tion" heads who promise to swing your address at the post office. To

It is becoming exceedingly obvious that these delays on -.1."" ''1,:;." ;.- ....... ..,.r,. .. I:."'f.1 votes. put it another way registration
the decision to the doors of the University of Florida .. .' ..' .' ti The two groups left at the notices will not be forwarded to
open ....f.. ..... ". .... '. .... .... (' .. .' J. ,...'. l,{ of the crooked your new address. You must
and Florida State University to Negroes are moves to stallon .. .-' .Co .. .., #k T- .. .. r mercy politicianare go
: "
: .! .
implementation of. the Supreme, Courts ruling on school ".,'--"s: .. .... -. '........,. .... ....... ', c., .... '.,..... .. w J', .1")....i the few honest office seekers to the Registration Office at 221
segregation. # t.JAi .;rr ;. whose desire is to make a contribution -i East Adams and renew your reg

Negro citizens have watched this dilly-dallying around 'Legislation With Teeth, Will .Enhance Our World Leadership" to their country, and good' istration.
The right to is
citizens who for vote probably
are longing good
with understanding patience up to this point. Any further
the most important factor in the
delays would make the whole thing ridiculous and place the"surYey" able: angle with a view of taking I governmentIf Negro lire Whether.
in the 'category with the infamous fillerbuster more direct action when negotiations the honest office seekers and we
realize it it is the
which tinhorn politicians have employed to block legislation.We the good citizens: could come'logether or not one thing
Your Weekly reach a climax after mid- that gives us the right work to
fail to see what the Board of Control expects to get month. Confide in your mate or we can lick these two eat and to secure protection of our
out of these surveys. It seems that the best indication of the other steady companion and ob- groups of culprits and virtually' lives. Your vote gives the
Guide you
them business.
out of '
attitude toward desegregation at the universities has been Horoscope tain some wise advice of value in put The first be rights of a citizen.. and as a citizen -
expressed cn more than one occasion Unive !tYJrnorida -. bettering your well-being and job step to by are entitled to all the
_; .-. --- ..1tUdenta htr'have"'lndlca ey' ld welcome Which Arc Your Lucky Days For. prospects. anyone who calls himself a good comforts. freedoms and rights of
Negroes seeking an opportunity for higher education. Fur- 8-50-22-17-87 555
Business' Love Travel any other American. But when
thermore: a better idea of the workability of desegregated financial progress (12th to 14th). do not vote virtually

colleges from a study of the reaction that followed in states By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER.ARIES .' SCORPIO 1-11-20-13.76.295 you show that you don't you care about
where Negroes have been admitted to white institutions.
Born Oct. 24 thru Nov.'23 your rights as a citizen.:
Another thing. Is that we are well aware ihaUhese delaysfor live, work or plan with you, it February 8lh to Uth PISCES Day in and day out this writer

time to complete the survey could very well be due to Born.March 21 thru April 19 should not be too difficult to If you are so inclined, and Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 has listened to men and women
the fact that elections are.coming up. We do.trust that this February 8th to lib make,this quarter a fairly success- eligible there is no reason for not February 8th to 14th gripe about all the things that
issue won't be used as a political football in this state. Instead Let events set the pace in your ful and progressive one. Discuss heeding the call of romance withan Keep plugging to further your need to be done you hear Ne-
we hope our solons and white leaders rather than behave business world without trying to economic: matters with your long- eye to making your future life social and professional aspirations I=I groes complaining that we need

like disgruntled reactionaries, will obey the law of the shape them to your way of think- range interests uppermost in your a more interesting and fulfillingone. wherever your chances of receiving Negro policewomen that we
land that stands for equality and Justice and like red-blooded ing so as not to destroy their ben- mind when other persons make. Thinking along these lines is a friendly reception seem as- II need Negro probation officers: to
Americans accept this change as one of the things that comes efits. Utilize influential contactsor you offers of a partnership of not amiss while excellent plane- sured. Solitude has its compensa- help curb juvenile delinquency.

with progress and the dawn of a new era. set forces to work behind the public character. This period is_ tary aspects cast their benign in tions when you have hobbies and We hare heard them express the

scenes to achieve your main ob- an indicator of forthcoming activity fluences. People who try to instill are earnestly interested in creat- I feeling that there should be Negro

jectives with the acceptance of in your financial setups and in I other ideas of an impractical nature ing things that are beautiful and Road Patrolmen and that
New NAACP; Urban Lcagie Officers the fact that this will take more the handling of joint accounts insurance I should not be encouraged. unusuaL This sign opens a phase Negroes should be given the opportunity
time than you might expects Confidence and.security.project-, _-j Pleasure heartfelt'interests,'*ed when extra care should be takento to work as water and
Can Do A Great Job IB Jacksonville in your abilities and in 36022'1579181LEO cational courses and hobbies are maintain good health a mihd light meter readers as sanitary
the unfolding of your destiny favored on the 24th. free of cares, and your life free of inspector and not only rele-
would do more than anything else 3-30-18-14-76-381 ,complications and enmities. Personal gated to jobs on the garbage
In recent days some changes have been made in the to prevent a showdown in busi- Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 enterprise becomes more trucks.

officials of two'of our important local organizations. ness and domestic: circles. February 8th to 14th effect' ive in promoting your Now is the time to tell the in-
First, the NAACP ,has -a slate of officers composed of: I- 20 -.-17.98.327 Earnest efforts should be made, SAGITTARIUSBorn worldly and financial interests 'as cumbents and the candidates what
Nev. 23 thru Dec. 21
G. B. Washington, president; Rev. Robert Wilson, vice presi- even if there are no surface signsof long as you avoid the pitfalls of you want. Tell the County Com
8th 14th
dent; Mrs.Thelma Ward, secretary; Mrs. Inez Miles, assistant TAURUS positive results. Don't overlookthe February to emotional upsets and speculative missioners we want Probation of-
secretary and S. A. Hull, treasurer. Born April 20 thru Mar 20 value of your mate or: others There Is no harm discussing gambles. ficers : Tell the Sheriff we

Secondly, the Jacksonville Urban League has a new February 8th to Uth associated with pou, especially in and even tentatively agreeing to 9-33-50-12.61-545' (Continued from Page 6))
executive secretary in the person of J. Phillip Waring, a native Listen to what others have to the field of economics ((10th). This deals that bear the promise of improving -

of ,Augusta, Ga., who has worked for the YMCA the say and collect all the data you period provides. additional signs your housing and fanan-
may deem necessary for the crys- indicating that should not cial positions. This sign shows
Salvation Army and has been cited .for his efforts to help you
"improve the living and working conditions of Negroes and tallization of your plans and underestimate your allies and that a new phase will shorlty
Puerto Ricans in Bronx County, New York. hopes. Rather than taking every- shcould keep a close watch ,on open up enabling you to take up PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
officers and thing at face value, devote the what the competition is., The long- revised plans and put them to
There lies before the newly elected NAACP i
time to study and further researchand range projects to achieve financial work under conditions more con-
the Urban League secretary a big job to
newly appointed adopt only the proceduresthat independence are much more ducive to success.

be done. conform to your usual high likely to succeed than those you 7.80.44-10-16.331 A g,
The Jacksonville NAACP branch has for many years lay standards Social pursuits are institute for immediate returns. x i

dormant and in Us complacent slumber has. to a large extent. likely to claim your attention, butit 8-30-55418-67-288 CAPRICORNBorn
neglected to tackle the many issues that have confronted the is not sure that they will en- Dec. 22 thru Jan 19
Negro people. While the NAACP branches in other parts of tirely be to your liking particu- VIRGO February 8th to 14th

the country and in many parts of flits state have been militant larly if you get'mixed up with an Born Aug.'24 thru Sept. 23 There are inspiring forces at

unUa that keep a watchful eye for infringement of the rightsof ultramodern set. February 8th to 14th i work, but don't let them becomea

Negroes and have taken outspoken stands against any In- 4-50-66.18-74-293 As long as you don't let your bone of contention with persons

justices.: our local branch has been somewhat of a donothingunit ,friends, or your heart play tricks who are allied to you, intimatelyor

that has sat quietly idly. Just meeting and dispersing. GEMINI oryrou, you can make progress toward publicly. The 23rd is a wond-
Our experience is that the existence of an NAACP branchin Born May 21 thru June 21 your' ultimate objectives in erfbul day to settle differences .M

this city is so little known that on innumerable occasions February 8th to Uth this period. The things you have and to pool ideas and resources in

distracted citizens have come into our offices seeking assist- This can become a very profit to say to your mate, partner, or ways that will mean good mone-
ance and guidance in problems or'what they may have felt able period in more respects than intended, should not b withheld tary returns for all This period

were injustices perpetrated upon them.It one if you are an opportunist and just because of your fears as to shows that your financial affairs
is hardly necessary to list the number of problems that ready to recognize and exploit the what their replies or reactions will take a turn for the better, and

the NAACP could tackle. But let it suffice to say there are advantages when they arise, even may be.' ,In fact, there are indi- that you would do well to keep a

many and a wide-awake NAACP branch in Jacksonville under the most unuspal circum- cations that your chances of real- sharp eye open for new opportunities -
could do a grand job for the Negro people if leadership and stances. Take what comes, but izin gyour hopes are brighteningright in the future. Try to fore
the executive committee would roll up its collective sleeves put off personal moves to expand along. Be more than cooper- stall a marital, public or competitive

and get down to the job of tackling these issues fearlessly. your gains until after the week- ative at all times. showdown by making secret

Mr. Wiring's Job. too is a big one although it is more or end. The sign indicates that your 1I-13 s5-88-71-656 moves that have a good chance. to

less a social work agency. But with the NAACP fighting for outlook for the period ahead succeed. i
should become brighter especially LIBRA 6.40'- 55 69 17 481 1
the right of Negroes to Jobs the Urban League can play a .
great part in inducing firms and industries to employ Negroes. when you join up with a valuable Born Sept. 24 thru Oct 23 i-
ally. February 8th to 14th AQUARIUSBorn _
that for the Jackson- ---
of aware years
Many are many -
us. 99-10-12-68-7-449 Work toward the bettering of Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
ville Urban League has been dominated by some whites
your housing conditions without February 8th to Uth Features
whose sincerity is questionable with the assistance of some
CANCER overlooking the chance of makingsome The moment is drawing near
the favor of those whites
. Negro members who want to stay on
Born June 22 thru July 22 extra profits in the process.A when your personal efforts Say
for financial reasons. February 8th to 14th good opportunity in this direc- gain recognition or additional 1400 WRHC 1400
't. If Mr. Waring would do his job of working in the interestof
As long as you do not abandonthe tion seems t obe shaping up, and compensation should become more
the people-as we think he is capable of doingwithoutt spirit of whole-hearted coop- it will be worth your' while to fruitful. In the meantime don't
falling in with the pussy-footing. would-be stuff shirt click eration with all the people who investigate it. from every imagin- spoil the chances by premature KEN KNIGHT
deal. But if he does, he will find
F he co"uld accomplish a great action, and work quietly behind
!it' his head lopped off, as history will show, by the same crowd
the through the mediumof
scenes or
GET YOUR Presenting
" of do-nothing Negro leaders and double-talking whites. FOR influential contacts to get

" We hope that the installation of new officers in both the UM this' eM,.*. Uara.... about ,y.amlf Seal 10 cents (... 4imto things going in your favor (8th-
NAACP and the Urban League heralds the beginning of anew c.ia) for Mck h.nsc.p..rd.red fcf .*.IL i"cla4 Mil .......... developments KNIGHT TRAIN
9th agreeable -
) Surprising
day in Jacksonville And we- wish to add that this .f at..the.,....4..ie...!."". Write Caaade.I .. ..>,. This fftr 4.ct .ot,whr t. .sI".h. boost your personal

publication will always be ready to cooperate with these ...... - chances and enthusiasm, s o take 8-9 P.M. _- 12-1 Nightly
organizations as long as they remain 100 percent American. 1 fASLO FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER II \ what comes without trying to
make changes that would be untimely -
I 1 (10th). The New Moon
1. fLA.
Needs A Negro I
N.ar. (late on the lllh) suggests that, 9:30 to 10:30 Monday Thru Friday
once you get over what appearsto
Newspaper. Read the "Florida Siar"'Ev'eiy U.... "" I II be a promising weekend you

should lose no time to make the BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

Week. Patronize '"Star" I Off State I I II necessary moves that will bring

OMe ofBJrtJb you the coveted prize. Your own 10:30 -' 12 Monday Thru Saturday

Advertisers I am M* i> | complexes may be the only barriers ,
that stand between you and
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L71 TH1 fiOJUIU p.a,

Miss Naomi Williams Victory Ball For Matthew Gilbert Panthers And Coaches Sparkles With Gaiety IiMBmrfnifif
Will :
Wed This MonthMrs. ,. H
f.- -' saBxfc* "jS "fe.5 JSsfeJ& ? 1 ? &*&& 'v jt&fiMH&t

Ethel Williams of this city

announces approaching the, marriage-engagement of and he. t"" I

daughter Walter Eugene, Miss Naomi Jamison Williams, nephewof to p 6 v r' i:" xAY7ler : \ Ij Ijqp IjI

Mr. and Mrs. William Town-
send and Mr and Mrs. Silas Barge ewwi$ nnYQ.yEt Y .6hk'v::':'4 f.

of Pensacola, Florida. \\\J\ : j :
Miss Williams is a former mem-
ber of ML Tabor Baptist Churchof : \t I
this city and is currently attending -
ML Zion Baptist Churchof
Pensacola, Florida. She is a tiY
graduate of Florida A and'M Uni-

versity and is now teaching at
Washington Jr. High School InPensacola w4'vI

Florida.Mr. / ?
Jamison who is a graduateof
Tuskegee Institute, is principalof .
the Mt Zion Elementary

School Green, Alabama and a .. b
member. of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity y \t

The wedding will take place
this month.

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Cfeariiy ClOkervucl! bStlj ': '

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Of \
Auiversary- .

The Circle "C"" Charity Club of ; .
the Mt Ararat Sanitarium will \ t
s 'aGa
celebrate its first anniversary at -
the Mt. Ararat Baptist Church ,''. ;.,' v a 2r x i : .
Friday night Feb. 10 at 8 o'clock. 1 S ar W '4 a t\
h \ g
A well planned program feature 'o ', f .rr e d? s r< t
ing many singing groups of the
city and other numbers will make ?: + : k

the affair a very delightful eventof

the evening.refreshments Following will theprogram 'be '':{i:; : h ;
ji ;;
vi .
r. +' i
served in the dining room. "F'.wq x A
the of exist- <' 5 i a'J ,%
During one year ; : f y
( t'
ence of the club under the leader- :: it .
ship of President James C. Morris ;tf : -
many worthwhile accomplish- >
ments have been made. Amongthe

accomplishments are Installing "t 1.\y:; .' .
a stove and hot water heater ..; 1
in the sanitarium. This club also

spearheaded the $5,000 drive'that ;
was put on for the benefit of the

Mt Ararat Sanitarium. The goal I :
of $5.000 was not reached, but the
resulwts of teh drive can be clearly .
seen by visitors to the sani-:

The program will.begin promptly .
at 8. Mt. Ararat Baptist Church j 4IiI r
is located at 21st and Davis + '?<( .. e Y4 w a
i4 '
Streets. i <,

Sleeping Car GroupTo ik
> ;
; 'aR xG Q

Sponsor _DanceThe IT

Jacksonville Division Broth- a l ','F Y6

erhood of Sleeping' Car Porters l: Lty ak J'U
:r. TC
will present its Anual Spring "rorw. rr

Dance Thursday night February _
23, 1956 at the beautiful.Two Spot .

Night Club. : =: ., -.-- -.
Music will be furnished by -- -. i -- ........,
--- '- .
Baron McCloud and his Clouds of i 1'y:: :- ,. '"'Aa. ..y1iams.

Joy. Elaborate plans are. being VICTORY BALL SCENES In a series of photo-scenes above students: and faculty mem- Murney Johnson, Mattie Bryant. Otis Turner Roslyn Rogers Kenneth Hampton and Barbara -
made by the committee make bers who enjoyed the gar "Victory Dance held in honor of the Matthew W. Gilbert Panthers are Wilson.In .
onel of the best dances ever
this seem At top left. the sophisticated septette Js composed of James Crawford. Mary Price. Lena the photo at bottom left are members of the faculty. Standing left, to,right are: Nelson
given. Advance tickets and table Anderson Samuel Harris. Margaret Carter Jean Hall and Charles Jones. At top right the gay Grant. Rudolph Williams. D. Sams... Ward HalL Mrs. L. Lamb. Mrs. S. Hall Mrs. Ella Jones Mrs.
reservations. may be secured from sexbt'may be identified left;to right. as: Timothy F. Robinson Edna G. Williams Frank Brink- Victoria Breaker. Mrs. Benton. Mrs. J. E. Bryant. S. Bellamy. Coach Jimmy Thompson. George H.
Brotherhood headquarters,
the ley, Marilooise Graham Ernest T. Redd and Gwendolyn V. Collins. Hill and Prof. Eugene J. Butler. Principal. Seated, are: Mrs. Martha Baker. Mrs. Estey Baker.
823 Davis Street, Room 5. This debonair group in the center row left. will answer to the names of: Alonza Dickson Tinie Thomas Mrs. F. Bellamy and Mrs. E. Glass. At bottom right is seen another faculty group.
Standing are: James "Dickie Robinson. Nelson Grant. R. Valentina Williams Elwood J. Banks.
Willie Deloris Bowman.
Sandra Belley. Lennell Bailey. James Cohen Joyce Bethel. Dixon. Nellie
Ezikiel Bryant. Charles Waldon S. Bellamy. Nathaniel Davis George Nairn Edward Henderson
OR.... and Labamey Edwards The eight pairs of people center row
Bells Gwendolyn Zackery young
Wedding William Scott. Jr. Coach Jimmie Thompson. George Hill and Prof. Eu Gene Butler. Seated are:
right. are: Tommie Chandler.Mercedia Nelson James Monroe. William Alexander. Gwendolyn Mrs. B. Malcom. Mrs. J. Word. Mrs. Ella Jones. Miss Emma Holley Mrs. Juanita Bell..Mrs. De-
Applications for MarriageLicenses Smith. Gwendolyn Collins. Roosevelt Lockley. Juanixa Banks. Herbert Holmes. Maxine Wil- lores McGhee. Mrs. Jacquline Coleman and Mrs. T. P. Geiger.

James.Knight, 1074 Safer Court Douglas Anderson !! New Stanton P-TA 4-H-CIub GroupTo Y-TEENS GROUP Lavilla Civic Club Sewing Circle Slates

age 28 and Elise 23..Lovett, 1074 Band Parents Meet Has Call Meeting ? I ENJOY HAYRIDE To Meet Wednesday Meeting Monday P.M
Safer Court, age
Brown 1724 Fairfax St. Slated. For. MondayThe Visit
Arthur The New: Stanton Senior High TampaFor Y-Teens of the Olivia H. Bald- The Lavilla Community Civic The Good Samaritan Sewing
age 24 and Opal M Jacobs 2008 School P.T.A. Group is having a win Club and guests traveled to Club will hold its regular business Circle has scheduled its regular

McMHiyn, St. age 20. Band Parents Club of Doug- call meeting Monday night at 8 New Berlin recently for their .meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8, at 8 meeting for Monday night, Feb.
Stale FairThe
Louis English, 1062 W. 12th Stage ; las Anderson Junior High School p. m. in the' school library. All January Hayride. o'clock in the Abyssinia Baptist 6 in the. home of Mrs. Lelia S.
29 and Margaret Kinsey, 1030 will meet- Monday, Feb. 6, at 7:30p. parents are urged to attend this Among the members and !Church corner Union and Dewitt Thomas, 741 Tyler St. Mrs. Johnie
Madison St.. age 25. in the auditorium of the Streets The president Rev B. L.
m. meeting in order to help take care: friends attending were: Julia Mae Matthews will be co-hostess.
James E.Harris, 1113 E. 3rd St.. school. Business of,importance is of the important business confronting -! Duval County Home Dem- Johnson, Hattie Camper, Gloria'helps Wynn, has issued an announcement The Circle recently met.in the
age 21 and Wilona Thomas, 1333 to be dlscussed.* Mr. Mozell Jonesis the organization. onstration and 4-H Club Councils Ernest Wilson, Jr, Bennie .asking all residents of the home of Mr. and Mrs. George ,
West 18th St, age 18. the president, and Mr. Joe Delegates for the Annual PTA will sponsor an educational tour NeSmith, John Mallory, Patricia Cleveland St. Ellis St. and Union Montgomery, 1486 Windle St for
Louis English; 1062 W. 12th St. Johnson, bandmaster. Mr. ChesterR. Conference will be elected at this to the Florida State Fair in Tampa: Mallory, Leland Mercy, Jr.. Har- St area to be present at this the annual party. Gifts were ex.
age 29 and Margaret Kinsey, 1030Madison I Cowart is the principal. meeting. The conference will be on ""Negro Achievement Day" Friday riette Witsell Earline 'Toby, meeting. changed.is .
St, age 25. held at Tallahassee this year. Feb. 10, 1956. Gwendolyn Long, Priscilla Boston A very interesting meeting has
Oscar L. Mayhue, 1030 Pearl! The meeting previously plannedfor Richard Andrews, Roosevelt been planned. Members are askedto the president and Lawrence
81-. age 21 and Patricia'A; Bland, A program for 4-H members, Walter Hol- bring friends. Rev. B. L. Wynn Phillips is the reporter.
East Division Thursday night, Feb. 2, was Pray, Jones Ralph
and New Homemakersof
1319 W. 26th St. age. 18. girls boys. .__._-
jack Barbara
postponed. Ameaica members and New Gwendolyn Council -
Farmers will be held in the Royalston Barbara Manuel
.Bof Scouts Set l grandstand beginning at 9:30 a. Gloria NeSmith Evelyn Davis,
StorkDeliveries Four Leaf Club Farouk Kamma, James Black- r
m. Members of the groups will receive r
certificates of recognition shear, Barbara Dailey. Carolyn
P.M. I
Ceirt Of Honor Meets-Monday Henderson Shirley Battles John- i
This is an opportunity to learn
ny Richardson, James Scriven,
The Four Leaf Saving Club will moreabout the agricultural and
Edward Henderson, Jr. Paul I
Bin Tic: A court of ono the East meet Monday, Feb. 6, at 8 p. m. other resources of our state thru Balkcom* Mortimer Silas Daniel ,

Division, Boy Scouts of Americaof ,in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. the study of exhibits and other Cobb, Timothy Groomes, Marilyn .
Eugene and Ella Bryant, 1069 which C. E. Simmons. Jr.. is Kendrick, 730 w: Duval St. educational features. The one day Wesley and James Valdes.
VW. 20th St. girl Jan. 17. chairman' is scheduled at Laura The club met recently in the tour'' will leave Jacksonville at 4 Adults who joined the party included 1 WOtlD'S J'
Roden and Helen Dixon, 1775 St Presbyterian Church, Laura home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Kelseyfor I a. m. and return about 11 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wes- HAtft IIUJNeV' ...

W. 2nd St..girl Jan. 16. and State Streets, Monday, Feb. the purpose of electing officers the Same day. Reservations. may ley, Mrs. Nathaniel Davis,. Miss i ml
John and Charlie Gussett, 715 6, at 8 o'clock. which follows: W. L. Kendrick, be made on Saturdap Feb 4 and Ella Bronson, Miss Ernestine Frazier HACK -
.W. Duval St, boy. Jan. 16.. A special program has been president; O. Kelsey, vice presi- Monday, Feb. 6, from 9 a, m. to Reverend Tony McFadden
Toomer and Altamese Butler planned for the occasion with Rev. dent; Mrs? O. Kelsey secretary; 5 p. m. The deadline is Monday, and Mrs. Lois HilL ION At A4lJWi 1TOeW ,

1647 Windle St, boy, Jan. 16. Charles C: King, pastor of the Thelma Bossard, sinking fund; Feb. 6.The. Members of the Olivia H. Baldwin k r pet Mriler"a1sr1
Albert and Marion Hall, 1137 church, giving the inspirational W. L. Kendrick, treasurer; Willie _president of the Senior -Teen Club met Thursdayand

Community Court, boy Jan. 13. message. Burgess reporter; Miss Thelma Council, Mrs Georgia Dixon; tour ,: completed plans for their ',: ioa w tE HAAif. ..;.
Clarence and Mary Goodman, The-advance banner for January Bossard.chairman of sick committee chairman, Mrs. Lillie Mae Littles testimonial supper which,is sche- :"
'716 Odessa.St, boy. Jan 12. will be awarded to Troop 51 ; David Roberts, critic. 1 and Junior Council president,Ma- duled for Feb. 14th.
Walter and Runnette Jenkins of Ebenezer Methodist Church of Refreshments were served at rion Smith have asked the cooperation

13M'Cleveland St, girl J m. 14.- which Edgar Alston is Scoutmaster. the close of ,the..business! session. of homemakers and ..H FtnM The Advertise With UWewt ..
Chas, and Evelyn Collins 1656 :The-Honor Court is open to The president states the books are members m making this event a YMU BvsfeenAnd 1@AYI't

W: 34th St, girU Jan. 17. the publics open membership. success' Respect Year Reee

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iwr THE fLOktt STAR. SttliCI"'; febieery 4, 195&A.C.'E.League

I Sponsors Monthly Forum At St. Paul AME _

Serai Workers Will Participle Maceo Elks Lodge Installs Officers I Spirilual Tea Mrs. G. Wbiiseii!

'V ,_ _. __ .

Ii CVmiiai ,Eadeavor Progran 9 K To Be Sponsored To Be Honored

y 1. d S 0.:
By StewardessesThe

Christian Endeavor workers and local Cub packs and Scout Mrs. Zenobia Whitsett, a well-

troop of St.Paul are cooperating with the League's Forum committeein known religious leader and devoted -
preparation for the Monthly Forum set for Feb. 19, at which time a j .: Stewardess Board No. 2 of member of Mt. Calvary

Boy Scouts and Scout workers of this area will take part in the Central CME Church will give a i Baptist Church of which Rev W. .
mammoth program. spiritual tea Sunday, Feb 5. in
it Hill is pastor will be honored
the home of Mrs. Hannah Harris,
Forum Chairman A. W. Boston I with a testimonial service, Mon-
1592 West 12th St at 3:30 m.
stated that it is the desire of the p. day night, Feb. 6, in the Mt. Cal-
Leiiijie! Price Mr. E. P. Johnson will give the
Committee that the public have vary Baptist Church.
.Qxx s ro'w occasion and Mrs. Ella R. Wil-
the opportunity to .see and hear
Mrs. Whitsett has served long
liams will be the principal speaker -
of the valuable program of training Noted Sopraio for the occasion. and well in Mt. Calvary and is
the boys are receiving in preparing wdiely known among the white
Appearing on the program will
tomorrow's them to citizens.take their placeas Sings At! A & T ? be some of the city's talented art- and colored citizens of the city.

ists featuring Mr. C. W. Shootesas Invitations are being sent to her

The Christian'Endeavor Forum guest soloist. Mrs. M. Bradley, many friends and church goers of

now in its third year was insti- GREENSBORO.N.C.-Leontyne chairman, Program Committee: the city. A very elaborate program

tuted as regular feature of the Price, the young soprano who appeared a'r hs a Mr. R. Hampton President; Rev has been arranged for the
A. C. E.League in an effort to aid in recital at A&T Collegeon O. R. Jackson Pastor. affair.

in the developing the Spiritualand Tuesday evening January 31,

Cultural life of the youth by has been described by leading

bringing befOl'!..them personalitiesfrom newspapers as one of the most .n___ _._ _u., r r n w Jerusalem Baptist Baptist Ministers
various walks of who
life promising singers among the new OFFICERS INSTALLED PGER. Grand District Deputy John Powell.held the installation ceremonies Announces Events
are in a position to give information crop of artists. for the newly elected officers for Maceo Lodge of'Elks. Deputy Powell designated retiring Exalted Meet Here MondayThe ,

of value out of their experi Rave notices appearing in the Ruler Robert P. Stewart to give the charge to the officers. The following officers were installed:
Services for Sunday, Feb. 5,
ences. New York metropolitan news Seated from left to right: Al C. Joyner. secretary: Joe H. James. Jr. trustee: O. C.Jernigan, trustee will begin with Sunday School at Baptist Ministers Brother-

A. C. E. League President A. papers following her debut in 1955 : Joe Stafford esteemed leading knight; O. H. Benaby. esteemed loyal knight. Standing left to 9:30: a. m. morning worship at 11 hood of Duval and adjacent coun-

Cottrell is working to interest and her two-hour performance of right: W. M. Solomon trustee: Leon E. Gonzalez trustee: James Gordon tyler; Cornelius Jackson a. m. Usher Board No. 2 will meetat ties will hold their regular weekly

more adults in the Society's work, Tosca" in the NBC-TV Opera inner guard: W. R. Davis exalted ruler: John Powell PGER GDD. and W. L. Butler, esteemed lecturing 2 p. m. in the Educational meeting Monday, Feb. 6, at 11

" and to impress more parents of Theatre by the same title, last knight. Officers are not present for the installation are Frank Barnes treasurer: Mack Archer trus- Building. Melvin Jenkins is the a.rru in the Bethel Baptist Church.

their responsibility in seeing that year, label her as one of the cur- tee and Leroy Evans esquire. president. Rev. R. H. Wilson will give the

their children are exposed to more rent top-ranking concert artists.A --------- ------ ---------- --- ------ School
Night services will begin at 7 previews of the Sunday
religious training during their native of Mississippi, she ested contact Mr. lesson. Rev. H. H. Robinson is the
I persons may p. m. with Deacon Charles Spiveyand
tender years.President graduated from college fiveyearsago Qualified Job Seekers Are,Urged i Bowman at EL 6-4292, or a personal James Walker in charge 'of president and Rev. G. W. Milleris
Cottrell has consistently and gained first prominence :
be the
appointment may ar- the devotion services. Rev. Saul reporter.
extended invitations to: while touring the United States To Apply For Civil Service Tests ranged at the Urban League Of- Cooper is the pastor.
other religious groups as well to and Europe with Torgy and fice 610 W. Duval Street.

non-ch istians, whose presence is Bess" the Gershwin opera. PILLTHEPLV

most appreciated. Her appearance at A&T was a Announcement has been made that .examinations a wide Jacksonville TeacherTo YOUNG MINISTER'
feature of the college winter ly- variety of Federal Civil Service jobs in the Southeast _have been 01 STOMACH IPSETHalfalive.
Be June Bride
ceum series and a few reserva- openedJanui.A. when
headachy constipation
Brewster Mothers Club tions will be accepted from the -Bowman,-Jacksonville Huntsville, Ala. Appointments are -'- CENTRAL AME sours stomach? Black-Draught*
relieves constipation might.
c.-. _.?. Urban League Industrial Rela- by open examinations with salary BETTYE J. DONALDSON'S Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
.e-Voto"ti +wTeo- tions Secretary is urging qualified range starting at $4930 through ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEDMr. Muter Joseph Harper a young liutin-Stwudi Swntmr Wnt tanig is!

adults and veterans to take advantage $7570. minister. will preach at Central! vegetable No harsh herbs.fttpinr Thoroughly Made from pure but
CONSECRATION & Mrs. Frank F. Donaldson
The Brewster Mother's Club
CME Church located Davis & gently uncorks dogged intestines.
of these to on
will a Valentine Tea on opportunities Persons who majored in mathe- Sr. of this city, have announcedthe rings comforting relief in morning.:
sponsor SERVICES SET serve the Federal government. matics and lit Streets Tuesday night Feb.! Then life looks sunny again Get
chemistry apply
Sunday Feb. 12. The affair will may engagement of their daughter, Lack-Draught today.
be held in the Presbyterian Youth AT ST. PAUL AMEThe A summary of these examina- for$4930 jobs at Redstone Arsenalvia Bettye Jeanne to Mr. Walter 7th at 8:00 p. m. 'In ftno&tr or Ommlof tan*.i.:1I&flII"'H
The service is being sponsored no* to ntm. tr-to-uk Tcttet
tions At the Jacksonville U. S. Civil examina-
with are Service Lewis Pritchett, son of Mr. & Mrs. vises. aeesWp.paa
6 the
Center from 4 to p. m. : : .
Stewardess Board No. 1 of
Naval Air Station-Helper Electroplates tions. Notice of all of these by : soars ebtidres s ei-
proceeds earmarked to aid Brew- regular Consecration Serv- ex- Early Pritchett, well-known At raoon :mles Bjnw e* wNADAN >
Central Church. &Ddn.r-
ster Hospital in its drive for im ices of St Paul A. C. E. League at $1.56 per hour and aminations are also posted at the lantans. tor MrVMt

provements. i will be held Sunday at 5:30: p. m. Helper, Upholsterer at $1.56. Can- U. S. Post Office in Jacksonville.The The wedding will be an eventof

Mrs.Jimmie !;. Davis, president. in the Christian Endeavor room of didates must have had at least six Jacksonville Urban Leaguehas June. Miss Donaldson is employed I

of the organization has issued an the church. months experience either as helpers expanded its industrial and as instructor at James I. JORDAN

announcement calling for the support Music scripture prayer and lit- or assistant helpers in the two vocational program for adults to I Weldon Johnson Junior High. She
of mothers. erary numbers are listed for the respective fields. give added information and guid- is also a member of Alpha Kappa

program with the main feature ,Also at the Jacksonville Naval ance to qualified persons interest-I Sorority and a graduate of Morris 3 MIRACLE WOMANShe

being the Period of Consecration Air Station there will be open I ed in Federal Civil Interi i Brown.College, Atlanta, Ga. Is One Who Helps People AllOver
Learn Commercial Art highlighted by a candle lighting competive examinations for welder -1 ,
Start Ityt.. ceremony in which all attendingwill (combination) at $1.95 per hour. i h; the World. She Is Helping

G. I. AMQY19 be asked to take a part. Applicants must have had at least Facts About Insurance I "'" Hundreds of People Weekly.

AMERICAN.SCHOOL Prayer meeting committee chairman four-years of practical experiencein '

OF ART F. J. Townsend |ts calling the trade. THE SICK ARE HEALED
upon all active and inactive members The United States Civil Service
17 W. BEAVER A series of uidles written in simple languageand
of the Society to be present. announces examinations for ship
designed to help the,average man or womanto SOME WERE NEVER ABLE TO PROSPER BEFORE
calkers at $1.81; ship joiners
understand the true facts about insurance poli
(wood) at $1.90 and refrigerationand SHE IS A SALVATION TO THE CITY -
des. The series is being written by Ted Redding
air conditioning mechanics at
THEATRE an expert in the field of insurance.As Bring Your TroublesTo
$1.90.: Applicants must have had
a public serrice. Mr. Redding will answer
Weather Conditioned at least three years rounded ex- ... any insurance problems that readers may he... This _Powerful Woman At Once
perience in the i irrespective
Address all inquiries to: Facts About Insurance and

Friday and Saturday February 3-4 trades. Florida Star P. O. Box 561. Jacksonrilla
Announcements have been made 1. Fla. Have What Yon Want! In LifeOPEN

WILD' BILL ELLIOTT IN"KANSAS that at the Elgin Air Force Base Dear Mr. Redding:
career-conditional appointmentswill SUNDAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
TERRITORY" My ex-wife and I were married in 1949 at which time I took
be made via examination for out 1116 West 8th St. Phone EL 3-5323
aba ( $2,000.00 with the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company on.myself -
RICHARD DENNING VIRGINIA GREY IN ''card operators of tabulating machines and made my wife the beneficiary. I was told by the agent thatI
machines calculating
'TARGET EARTH" I could borrow money on the policy any time after the,third year.
{machines, addressing and grapho-
In 1953 my wife and I were divorced. Shortly after the divorce was
type machines and sorting ma-
granted, therefore, I tried to borrow some money on my policy, whichI
.Sunday ,- Monday .Tuesday February 5-6-7 chines. This area should offer a kept up all the time.The agent told me I could not borrow'without
challenge to young ladies who
my ex-wife's consent. I would like to know how I can keep the
JACKSONVILU'RUN have majored in business adminis-
FIRST policy and use it,as I see fit without her interference.
EDWARD ROBINSON GINGER ROGERS tration and commercial subjects. Register Now
Yours truly J. D. B.
'TIGHT SPOT" Aeronautical, chemical electri-
Dear Mr. .J. D. B.:,
cal and mechanical
gad engineers are
GCO. MONTGOMERY BRUCE BENNETT IN needed at Redstone Arsenal You must have made your ex-wife the irrevocable beneficiary. EVENING ADULT CLASSESGet

,: ', "ROBBERS ROOST" Meaning: that, you stated in the application for insurance, you
"did not wish_to reserve the right to change the beneficiary," which Your High School Diploma

gave her a "vested interest" in the insurance. Therefore, the only

Wednesday and Thursday February 8-9 A&out Petple means you have at your disposal is to surrender the policy for what STANTON EVENING' HIGH SCHOOL

equity of policy accumulation that the policy man contain. _

"BATTLE GROUND""ENCHANTEDTVALLEY" JOSEPH'JOHNSON IS GUESTAT For your benefit in the future and for others that may not know: HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES -

JEWISH CENTER when filling out the application for ordinary life insurance you often Art

Joseph Johnson a baritone come to the question: Do you desire the right to change the bene- Spanish
ficiary? If "no" forfeit full of the Bookkeeping Mathematics
radio and concert artist of 1330 you answer you ownership policy.

Florida Are. was the special This condition has its merit, however, in gaining favorable tax Business, English Science
treatment' for the beneficiary when the insured dies. Likewise, the
guest at the Jewish
face amount of insurance is protected against creditors of the deceased .- English Shorthand
: c.nter.on. last Thursday night
W. T. Main January 25th. insured. History x Typing

a The singer was invited by a Only two states, at the present time, nullifies the vested interestof Social Studies Music
friend. Cantor Abraham Marton. a beneficiary on the basis of divorce and they are Kentucky and

Your Illicit Salesman R who was guest of' the Center's Texas. If you had answered the question do you desire the privilegeof

changing the beneficiary (Yes),you would have retained full
Choral Society.Mr.
mites You ownership of the policy nd no one would.have any "vested interest"in
Johnson appreciated the respect
To See .. and Try Out and hospitality of the audi it but you. However, in the event of very large amounts of in- L HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY DIPLOMA TEST

ence. surance, the tax treatment may not be as favorable as otherwise.

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.February 4, 1954 THf fUOUDA StAft Pep fhrt

YWCA Launches Plans For Family Relations Institute HereDr.

Dr. Harlz, Chaplain HidsoiTo NAACP Installation Ceremony HeldKSTALLED I SitI'QllJilf9

Serve As Consultants At Clinic MOST INTERESTING NEWS

of the week is the wedding invitation E _
of Dr. Geraldine Elizabeth
A committee. of local YWCA workers launched plans for the Douglass daughter of Mr. and

Fifth Annual Family Relations Institute of the A. L. Lewis Branch Mrs. Phillip Middleton Douglassof :

YWCA in a recent meeting with Mrs. Thelma L. Hams, committee this city to Dr. Howard Alex

chairman, presiding. n ander Roberts son of Mr. and

The theme chosen for this year's Mrs John Roberts of Winter Park. .ji

institute is: "The Home The Ella Jones Mrs. E. L. Moran Miss The wedding will be an event of

Family and You. :Glenna Owens Mrs. Florence J. a- YU sa .a February 4th in Ebenezer Metho-
Dr. Edwin R. Hartz and Chap- Dixon and Mrs. Lois W. HilL T y dist Church with the Rev. Evan

lain Hudson from Florida State M. Hurley officiating. Dr. Robertsis :

University will 'serve as consult- t i. and druggist at the
YW Wives Entertain manager '
' ant and associate consultant. Dr. Economy Drug Store and Miss
Hartz has conducted the Institutein With Dinner Meeting a A. yt Douglass is affiliated with the MRRfl'AWAU3

previous years and has always Florida A. and M. Hospital department -
presented invaluable informationin Members of the YW Wives Clubof : Mr of Pharmacy in Talla-

a manner that everyone can the Branch YWCA held a very M < z hassee .

participate and learn enjoyable dinner meeting last BROTHERHOOD WEEK will

The next planning meeting will Monday evening. Jan. 30. The r be observed Feb. 19-26. With national -

be held at the A. L. Lewis Branch. menu was carefully selected and > y and international tension so A Up of the Pepsi Cap to

YWCA on Feb. 13. Mrs. Alice prepared under the supervision of marked, every one must work for Americans these outstanding who make young our

Johnson, chairman of the Forum :Mrs. Jennie Lee Brown chairman the spirit of unity everywhere country ard our community
Committee Mrs. Ida Jackson, of the entertainment committee. ._ n' _._n_ .onnn____n_ $4 THE ESSO EDUCATION Foun- a better plate In which to UTC. :JJ:- ?

president of the YWs ProgressiveClub Those who attended the affair -Newly elected officers of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored dation recently granted $57,500 to iF ,

and Mrs. Thelma Hams, were* Mrs. Alberta Carroll president -. People who were installed in ceremonies held last Sunday at Si. Paul AME Church are shown here. the United College Fund to be dis-

Family Relations Institute committee ; Mrs. J. L. Brown Mrs. Hen- Left to right are: G. B. Washington. President: Rev. R. H. Wilson. 1st Vice President: George W. tributed to its 31 institutions. The

? chairman are inviting the rietta Howard. Mrs. Eva Moore, i.Morrisette. 2nd Vice President: Miss Thelma Ward Secretary: Mrs. Inez Myles. Assistant Secretary.S. Esso Foundation was organized by ,

members of their respective Mrs Geneva Cullins, Mrs. Virlee C. Eason Mrs. Myrtis 'Lawson Mrs. Pearl Jowers. members of the executive are also shown. Standard Oil Company of New

groups to attend the meet. Repre- Stewart, Mrs. Rosa Sturgis Mrs. Jersey in 1945 .

sentatives from each of the High LaMarion Peterson, Mrs. Mary I Salesman Gets A Lesson If elected I will hold court for the THE JACKSONVILLE COM-

Schools and Junior High Schools Bracy Mrs. Florence Dixon and I convenience of the public. I will MITTEE for the Bethune Cook-

have been asked to participate so .Mrs. Lois HilL also be available twentyfourtours man College Development Fund

that they can add the views and The club will hold its regular a day. Drive held a recent meeting in the F FI Fs

opinions of the youth to the plan- meeting on Monday, Feb. 6, at "I will improve the physical Board Room of the Barnett Bank
ning and the Institute. 7:30 p. m. in the Branch YWCA
facilities of the court, seating Building to continue plans for alocal
Those present at the January 1215 Lee St. Mrs. Carroll is askingall 'terfC water coolers and sanitary drive of $35,000. Participating -

meeting were Mrs. Thelma L. members to be present in orderto toilets for alL Jaxons on the committee are:

Harris, Mrs. Pearl Miller Mrs. hold election of officers. "I do not believe in any officeholder Fred Noble. L. L Alexander. Don

creating jobs for membersof Cooke. Miss Eartha White. Mrs.
his family. No member of my Eloise Brooks. Nathaniel Davis.

THE SEAFOOD CENTER family will be employed in my Maxwell Saxon. George Nairn. PEDRO
office and I will seek the best Alrian Knight Mrs. Hattye Dix. Isaiah Blocker MENDEZ Junior

Myrtle Avenue and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 z '= h ti( # E Eo qualified persons for the jobs in ,Mrs. Ada L*.. &.._E...M. Hurley.Rev. mfk SchoolPepsicma'
the office. i Damon DelL T. L. Redding.:. pcaitis''.salute -

J f w. q 's'rox "I also believe that due to the & James Green Julian Warren. holds this first young class lad rank who in

large colored population in the Bishop Branscombe. Mrs. I. E. Boy Scout Troop 51. He
MEDIUM FRESH MULLET lb. 200 was awarded merit badgesin
E ""x Second District that Negro person- Williams and E. G. Haskell scouting hiking home
LGE. FROZEN ROE MULLET lb. 29* ; mechanics cooking and ''
nel shoull be hired proportion- A GROUP OF ENGLAND'Scolored cited for his performance

LARGE FLOUNDER'' lb. 25* ately. citizens have made plansto in precision drilling .

"The Second District is the most invite an NAACP delegation to
cosmopolitan area in the state or London to install chapters of the

VIRGINIA CROAKERS lb. 130 : even in the South. It is truly a organizatiop in various parts of
(Small additional 3c charge for dressing) melting pot. In this area you will Britain. A spokesman for the

SPECKLED TROUT ....... .. lb. '490 find persons of all races, creeds group said "our troubles are the
economic status, and moral stand- same referring to Colored Americans J I

ROE SHAD .""........ ....... lb. 450 ..- ards. To properly administer the our joys the same and above ft

STEAK FISH ."....... '-...... .. .. .. ... lb. 590 area a person of wide and varied all the more united we are the
WORD TO THE WISE-Attractive Miss Clarice Dean is shown is needed. I believe R
WHITINGSHEEPSHEAD.... ........... _,, .. ................Ib. 250 Instructing Frankie (The Cascade Kid) Dee how to properly serve experiences that my years of experience in our IT bargaining LOOKS FROM power"AS .1

.... ....:;::.......:..._....,.............. Ib 290 drinks to a party. Miss Dean who is manager of the popular dealing with people and dealing scribe's desk, it is up to the Justice -

SPANISH MACKEREL.... .... .. ................ Ib. 290 Hideaway Club was unexpected confronted with awedding party. with labor organizations more Department and the FBI in.
Knowing that Mr. Dee takes pleasure in officiating parties. Miss
than qualifies me for the task. particular to investigate the actions -
CLAW CRAB MEAT.".:.. .... ... .._..". lb. 890 Dean prevailed upon the super salesman to assist her. Not only "In conclusion, the office of of hate groups whose pur-

WHITE CRAB MEAT ... .... lb. $1.00 did he pitch in and help he also presented the bride and groom Justice of the Peace is the first pose is to promote and ignore the

SELECT OYSTERS .......... .. ... ............ pt. 980 with a sample of his Cascade whiskey as- a wedding present to step in our mighty judicial sys- ruling of the HIGHESTCOURTin
enliven the party. tem. It is the foundation on which our land.If such action is per- + f

STANDARD OYSTERS ........................... pt. 850 i rests the higher courts. Unless a mitted the entire system of jurisprudence I

SALT WATER BREAM. ....................... lb. 290 local Justice of the Peace Courtis in our country will be

RED BASS ....... ........".............. Ib. 390 S. V. (Sieve) Lyncker Enters Race run with dignity and fairness, broken down CHARLIE H. SAMPSON
our entire judicial system is ACCORDING TO'A recent release -

JUMBO SHRIMP ... ........ .. lb. 980 threatened. I will restore that dig- in Coronet a Texan ThomasS. Stanton HUh SchoolA

MEDIUM SHRIMP ..._._ .. lb. 590 For Justice Of The Peace Offices nity and will regain the respect Sutherland director of Texas young salute man to who this talented displays
of the citizens for this court. I Commission on Race Relations. outstanding musical abili

S. V. (Steve) Lyncker of 527 West l&th Street has announcedhis pledge equal justice for alL" said "Texas will not fight the Supreme ty.for a He hobby composes and is student music

candidacy for the office of Justice of the Peace in the Second Court ruling on segrega; director Music-Cho of the Stanto-

SUN. TUES.FIB. District subject to the Democratic Primary of May 6, 1956. The FIRST RUN ROOSEVELT tion in fact it will lead the way'in ''

..STRAND 5.7 present incumbent is Miss Sarah Bryan. integrating its public schools .
Lyncker is a lie-long residentof i THE SOREST SPOTS in Amer- t

Jacksonville and of the Second n y. ica's Christian conscience is the
dorsed labor paper in Duva
Accidentally she District. He is married and is the County. His offices are located in I fact that the worship of GOD is

father of three children, one son the Labor Temple Building at 808'' e still being conducted on a predominantly -

and two daughters. He attendedS. Main Street. I jim crow basis. In
D ki 1946 according to a survey, 17,900
Lyncker in his platform stated-
i Protestant Churches showed that
I "I have lived in District Two all
only 860 had racially mixed con-
fiosbaorftfegtot of my life. I spent most of my
:gregations .
early life in and around my fa-
ther's office. I am familiar with I
the civic leagues are coming to
the problems of the people of the
t: I life for the.heavy diet of politicsfor
second district and have been
all Floridians from the Presi-
close enough to the people for
dent of the United States to constable -
@2h > such a long period of time that I '
Duval voters will vote for < ::1lJ;
feel that I can work with the .
33 county posts according to "
citizens of the area and help solve
_. .., .
Fleming Bowden's office. Qualify- --
of their problems."I .
many ing time is March 6 to 20 for all .
will conduct the office of Jds- NATHANIELWILLIAMS
p"lIIr*_w "w *-_, _HIP- I i i iCl candidates JR.
tice of the Peace with dignity. All
AT LAST! The story of that aspects of the 'Kangaroo Court "ROA .TQtJ CVER"< J JAXONS ARE ELATED over James Weldon Johnson "
news relative to the Edward Junior High School t
called Head and will be removed. I will respect all John Payne (above) stars in the .
town Pompe/s Waters College Library's new addition A Pepsi fanfare for this
technicolor super-western
members of the bar law enforce- new
who is
I young man an active -
its "very respectable" people, ment officers and the public regardless thriller. "ROAD TO DENVER/. costing $60400. opening its member of the J. W.
facilities. The 90-year-old AME J. Band. He is also an
of race and give them the showing at the Roosevelt Theatre honor student and a prospective -
institution has recently been accredited -
candidate for the
respect due them when they appear Sunday 'through Tuesday. Co- Association t 1 J.W J, Citizenship AwardCeagrehiletieM .
2O*Century-Fox presorts ., r 4 in your court. featured: also first run and in tech- by the Southern I -
of Colleges and Secondary
'The office of Justice of the nicolor. is "DRAGONFLY
Schools and is now appealing to
TnEViEW t Peace is a full-time job and is apeople's SQUADRON. starring John Ho-
Jaxons for additional funds in its
S. V. (Steve) Lyncker court.' Hearings will not diak Barbara Britton and Bruce progressive march in the big business Iran

be held at the judge's convenience. Bennett. .....
of education. Pepsi Cola te t.
FROM local schools and is now engagedin -
DO YOU WANT TO HEAR true three MeritLists A w. e 4
the newspaper business and has wi..rsl
been for the last ten years. Calypso music-just keep Febru-
POMPEYS HEADClNEivflAScoPlS He is the son of the late Dr. M. CHAMPION'SMEN'S ary 22nd at night fall free for to Pepsi Merit.
Award solrt.taPepsi as e
that refreshing engagement to be
Lyncker who was located at 900 Cola TEEN- *)t'
W. State Street at the corner of WEARFactoryToYou sponsored by Alpha Iota Sigma TIME WRHC 1400
CCiO&. DI WXI Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta So- .. dial Sarar
State and Davis Streets across .. your
"::1:::.:.. from the Ritz Theatre for over 30 rority. The setting for the affair days 10 -11 AJA.

will be the auditorium of
His father affection- spacious
.*.rau m EGAH:DAHAWTKTH-CAM BON+WTOCL years.known the was in the Men's Dress .Rents .. .. ... ..... .............. ... $3.98 New Stanton High .
-....---.................-........'., ......... ately by people MRS. IVA T. SPRINKLE was
Second District as "THE OLD 100% Wool, Flannel Pants .............. .. $7.95LONG
presented as speaker at the Rich-
five his father eStablished ard Brown Elementary School
-- years ago Sport Shirts ... .. $2.98 Values .. ......-.. $1.98 when the P-TA conducted an interesting -
CINEMASCOPE TECHNICOLOR DRAMA the first hospital for colored

Plus Thriller:'- "CULT OF COBRA" people at Kings Road and Davis Heavy Duty Sweatshirts .... ... ........... ... $1.00 session .

WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 8.11 Street. Wool Shirts $6.95 Values ............ $2.98
Lyncker is member of the GHTiNGUPNlGHTS

"LAST COMMAND"Sterling Haydon Loyal Order of Moose the North Heavy Long Rib Underwear .......... ...... $1.89 treated by"-B-Ater+ kae -lOetttojT7p z
Plus "PRINSESS OF NILE"BOTH Side Business Mens' Club and on NlcnU frequent,bamlnc rttcbin > '''d Cots. ,

TECHNICOLOR several committees of various Nylon Stretch Sox ....... ... 3 pain.57.00; 4u*..to coounoaKMaer= or Streoc.a wt Cloudy Bladder Urine lntI ou JecbMYln.0....,. .. .
'' '
labor organizations. He is also editor SSStaJfceto.AWlUo'cVSTITUWeUtue4 Jp
and publisher of THE LABOR 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118 I la put 15 years pw .fety Mid sp
BENEFIT FOR MATTHEW W. GUilT PTA I accessJUk dmnUt for C'Y8TEX vader
NEWS the only officially en m Uctlan or money-tact cwrintM. teCre wtthnt flma laveSetucloy a P rrl

'. THf fLOHIM STA SIt.,48" Ftbraary 4, Ifift


-" ;: News Of Interest From. All Sections Of Beautiful Florida

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Putnam County NewsBY y.. POLITICS Defense Confab .CHRISTi-NED, .. U

E. J. VREEN y :

808 Madison Street. Pal&tka Florida e- AS USUALContinued Draws Leaders <

_' Phone East 5-3025
( from Page 2)) TALLAHASSEE Forty-five
{ _. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK- 4 r persons from throughout Florida
t should
have Negro Road Patrol-
""Advios- one thing that people would rather give than to receive. : attended the Florida Civil Defense
men and that we give them our 1
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Bonds were the Florida Star's t!'e vote if they would promise to I Staff College course held at Flor- .- '
.x -
ida A and M University last < '
guests to the mories. work to-achieve these needs. I ...
4w'e weekend.
This week we are inviting a All those improvements can be: ;
< { e The three-day confab was .
young lady who is one of my bad gotten if we would only VOTE. sponsored >\
kinfolk. A member of Mt Tabor PtIHU Park NewsBy But you can vote only if you bp the General Extension '> '< : "
I Division of the University cf Florida -
Baptist Church this young lady a REGISTER .
I Florida Civil Defense Office :
lives on the southwest part of the I :
Mrs. Florence McBrideSt. CUFF NOTES: There is some I and Federal Civil Defense Administration -
city. She has a very pleasing per-
w persistent talk that S. V. (Steve) with
in cooperation
sonality and is a member of a Johns River Baptist Associa-
Lyncker. editor and publisher of Florida A and M University. Dr. ,
II ,
very fine savings club. She also tion Union No.2 attended a meet-
the Labor News will be a candi-,I B. L. Perry, Dean H. Manning
ing at Morning Star -
has two brothers and one sister. Baptist :
date for the of Justice the I .;
This young lady finished Central Church in East Palatka on Sun : post : Efferson, and Dr. L. H B. Foote
Peace of the Second'District op-!lof A &M, and Freeman Lawrence .., .t::"'
day 29th. -
Academy High School and also January $.> ... .,<. 1 :
; .
posing Justice of the Peace Sarah
--- assistant
of Lincoln
the visitors Mrs. '
attended Florida Normal College.I Among were: ,
am sure she knows this invita- Mary Williams, Mrs. Carrie Her- GETS YOUR PARTY The young lady at the newly installed Bryan who has held the post for I High School, were members of the :;,.

tion is for her. long, Otis McBride, Sr., Miss switchboard at Bethune-Cookman College which has 30 extensionsand many year.Lyncker is strictly a local S ring Committee.The .

Florence and Candace Williams, six trunk lines is Mrs. Johnnie Mae Bennett of 2408 Lantana I labor man and is the ,son of Dr. Staff College was, designedto

all of Pomona Park, Fla. Avenue. Jacksonville. Before joining B-C staff she was employedas I Lyncker who for a number of serve all those with Civil De- i Garry Jerome McGriff. son of
Miss Ollie Mae Isom will be the office secretary with the "Florida Star." I years served the medical needs of fense responsibilities, including Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McGriff. was
Florida Star's guest for lunch hundreds of Negroes in his officesat christened
Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill. local government representatives, on January 15th at
Monday in Central Academy High State and Davis. Bethel AME
officials, and staff workers of Church Palatka. Fla.
Her friends wish her
SchoolMr. speedy many recovery. a Committee Plans I A Letter From IkeWRITES There's some talk about running, Civil Defense aid organized to Mrs. Ethel Bellamy is the godmother

serve the state on a communitybasis. and Rev. J. P. Morris.
Career Week a Negro woman against Judge: I
and Mrs.. Alien Peacock The wedding of'Miss Barbara Bryan but that one smells like pastor.

motored to Brad tonlast Sunday Barlowe and Herbert Carey was one of those political gimmicks"II The training was designed to

to attend the funeral o fMrs. Pea- held Sunday, January 29th at Mt. OCALA A committee com- wr Y dreamed up to garner some politi- offer concentrated investigationof and administration were-B. C

cock' aunt. They were accom- Tamo Baptist Church. Details ,of. posed of representatives from various cal coin. It's a lulu though problems that confront the area Riley General Extension Division "

panied by Mrs. Lula Bryant who the wedding will be published. schools met at Fessenden slick as velvet and suckers fall for and community and to offer service ; George L. Crutcher, General

visited her'sister Mrs. Mable later. I High School last week to formu- it sucker politicians, that is. directors and staff workers an Extension Division of Florida.

Jones. late plans for the observance of r ---1 Will explain how it works in an- opportunity to exchange ideas and Members of the visiting faculty

Mrs. Florence McBride, son and I career week this year. The com- other article. plans in the development of disas- were-Judge Thomas H. Goodman

Mrs. Willa Huffman motored to mittee temporarily designated the .. ter action programs. I Federal Civil Defense Administration
The friends of Mrs. Susie I Constable
many Lake Fla. County Wide Guidance Committee MY They tell us George Among the topics discussed dur- Region III, Adminis-
to visit
City, Sunday
Cannon will regret to learn of her Brown is in for some oppositionfrom
Jimmie Mathis, son of Mrs. Mc-I. discussed techniques for developing ing the three-day confab: were- trator: Myron R. Blee, Leon Coun-
illness at her home on South 11th Bride, who is in the veterans hospitaL -I career consciousness on Y 5' a young printer, Don Wells "Strategic Briefing in Civil De- ty Civil Defense; Dr. David Dobbs,

Street. While passing through Pa- all school levels, elementary, jun- by name. From what we hear he fense," "Effects of War-Time II Assistant Director -Vocational

latka they attended Union MeetinaetMornrf ior high and senior:_high. r Ma is decent, honest young businessman Weapons," "Planning for Survi- Education, Dade County School

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wright': jf mar Baptist "Walter Hartsfield, Jr. principalof YR. who has been working hard val," "Civil Defense Organization System; Major Luis T. Zendergui

--1md-ftmrl1.T iv e l U'Teiypleasantvisitors ; Church. Howard High School, presidedover qs'x to make a worthwhile contribu- ," "Civil Defense in Schools," USAF, Air Force GOC Coordinator -

in Groveland last Sunday. the group. "What Can Be My 4V q tion. "Attack Warning Communications ; Colonel. C. Stewart Sidney,

They" were the house guests of Done to Stimulate Ambition- There is nothing much said and Ground Observer FCDA Region III; Mrs. Pearl

Mrs. Wright's sister. They also Satsuma News My School" was the general about an opponent for Sheriff Rex Corps," "Women in Civil Defense Wates, FCDA, Region III; Pete

attended the morning worship at theme for discussion. pSS ff S. -: : Sweat. One name has been pop- ," and "Operational Problemfor Craig, FCDA, Region III; Mrs.

t the Bethel Baptist Church. Those I By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter Mrs. Minnie Greene and Mrs. E. ,, ., 1 > ping up with the suggestion that a Small Town." Frances Tucker. Dade County
who made the trip were Mr: and D. Smallwood, discussed occupa- there will be at least four in the Members of the college faculty I School System.;
: James Frank The wedding of Miss B. A.
Mrs. Wright Mr.
tional guidance the race. Any alert political observer
I on elementarylevel. i
and Mrs. Robert Wright, Mr. and Bolow and C. Hubby was held
Curtis I would tell that with the
Randolph presented you
Mrs. M. C. Wright Mr. and Mrs. at the Baptist Church In Pomona St. Johns
I an eight point program for devel- strength that Sheriff Sweat car-
Willie Wright Mr. and Mrs. Her- Park Sunday at 10:00 A. M. The PRESIDENT Little
oping career guidance in the jun- ries he would walk away with the i
bert Wright, Miss Johnnie Lee pastor Rev. R. V. Pears officiated.The Miss Hopkins is the proudest girl
ior high school. Otha Nealy made race in the first primary if four I
Wright, :Mrs. Walter Trumplerand bride was dressed in a beau- in Marion County. The reason is
several recommendations for in- are lathe race. He might not fareso
children and Mr. and Mrs. tiful white dotted swish gown that she is the proud possessor of
tensifying career guidance in the well in a three-man race, if one
Tommie Bufort and children. with a V-shaped neckline. She a letter of no less a personage than
senior school. of the is of caliber.It .
carried a bouquet of carnationsin high the President of the United States. opponents any
This is the first organized effortto "The would then go into a run-off, : !
her hand. The bridesmaidswere youngster wrote a letter to
Many represented Putnam include the elementary schoolsin where anything could happen.
President EisenhOwer his
Miss Mildred Birth and Miss during
County Thursday January 19th at week activities.
Christine Simon. career : recent visit to Florida and was the Superintendent of Public In- ;
the dedication << of How-
ceremony Career week was designated to recipient of cordial struction Mrs. Iva T.
The reception was held i in the a reply. Sprinkle,
ard Academy High School in embrace March 12 through 16. _
home of Mrs. Bolow. shortly after from what we hear has quite a i
Ocala, Fla. Mr. W. L. Hartsfield, Career day will be observed few
the wedding. people "thinking about run-
principaL Those visiting from this
March 15. h5
Initialed In ning against her. One likely can- .
county were:Mrs. R. Ragsdale, Six committees and chairmen -c xs
didate is reluctant into the
Mr. and Mrs. Carey moved to to get
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hines, Mrs. H. work
were appointed to out de- trresreaf4S !
debacle told for of S
Crescent Florida. we are reasons
City, S
D. Long Mrs. C. A. Young, Mrs.
tails for "Career Week; Consultant's Honor health. We understand there are
R. Williams, Mrs._Mattie Johnson, Committee, Lucious Craw- SocietyTALLAHASSEE factions who
some swear they are
Mrs. M. J. Lawson, Mrs. Lillian Wm. R. Davis Leads ford, Chairman; Speaker's Com- out to oust her but observers will

Hardy/'Mr. H. L. Burney and the In Repairing Of mittee, Mrs. Minnie Greene, I' tell you that "The Lady" has won
Florida*Star reporter.Mrs. Chairman committee Otha Eleven per- -
; prize ,
oodles of friends of
over ,
Shoes many
Orthopedic, sons-nine students and two faculty
Nealy, chairman; arrangements who had opposed her earlier. It
Bella Balling Mrs. Luella committee, Walter Hartsfield, Jr., members-were initiated into will be interesting to see whetherher .-; ,y, ,: "
Hunter, Mrs. Laura Thomas and William R. Davis, veteran shoe chairman; program committee, Theta Iota Chapter of Kappa Delta will A-
Mrs. Rosa Harell Underwood suffered repairman and owner of the Davis Mrs. G. V. Kirkland, chairmanand Pi National Honor Society in detractors.

'fnjuries in an auto accidentlast Street Shoe Factory located at 719 publicity, Curtis Randolph Education at Florida A & M Uni-: f'k J

month-when the car in which Davis Street has been approvedand chairman. versity during impressive cere- WHAT'S THIS? An organisation -

they were riding ran into a truck. granted a registry number by Persons attending the confer- monies held last week. called the Duval County

Little Jerald, the grandson of Mrs. the Shoe Service Institute of ence were; Walter Hartsfield Jr., The initiation was the third held Federation for Constitutional a ,,_i w 9

Balling is the only one who escaped America. Davis is the only Negro Benjamin Finley and Lucious by the chapter since its establish, Government which has some of

injuries. registered orthopedic shoe specialist Crawford, Howard High School; ment on the campus during the the leading white Jaxons on the .< ,:

in Jacksonville. lie has been in Curtis Randolph and Mrs. E. D. '54-55 academic year and bringsits executive committee is calling for
shoe repair business for over volunteers .If you are against:
the Smallwood, Howard Elementary; membership to 35. Admissionis ,
thirty years. In addition to regular Mrs. Mazie Montague and Mat- limited to students with junior Mixing the races in our schools;

repair work, Davis announces that status or- above who racial intermarriage and mongre-
thew Hart, Santos High; Mrs. possess high 1
tgQu/cJcef/ he is now in a position to fill spe- Naomi Mitchell' Mrs. Vera Alex- scholarship, and leadership char- lization.

cial shoe needs your foot specialist ander and Otha Nealy, Fessenden acteristics, according to Joseph Well! well! Ain't that sumpin'I! S

Gillette may prescribe. High; Mrs. Ruby Mobley, Madison Awkard, chapter adviser. Do you know who started this To .-, .

Davis is Exalted Ruler of Maceo Street Elementary; Mrs. G. C. New members are-Eugenia M. whole business of mongrelization?

BLUE BLADES Lodge No. 8, Elks and is a mem- Kirkland, County Visiting Teacher Broughton, Tallahassee; Berynce WILLIAM "BILL" SENIORSWith

IN HANDY DISPENSER ber of several masonic organiza- and Mrs. Minnie Greene, supervisor H. Clausell, Pensacola; Rena Mae.

tions. He is a member of _Shiloh of Negro elementary Conyer, Daytona Beach; OrastineD. PROFESSOR ELECTED TO His

1aErfaeaf Baptist Church. schools. Dawson Pensacola; Eugene PHILOSOPHICAL SOCIETY

The next meeting of the group Cromartie, Daytona Beach; Ruby Early Bird. Jamboree

Your Negro Newspaper will be held at Howard Elemen- Lee Doe, Sanford; Delores Foster, TALLAHASSEE Dr. James

Stands For The RightsOf tary School Feb. 22 at 1:30 p. m. Pahokee-; Robert Lee Jennings, Hudson, professor of religion and Monday Thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 7 a.m.
Tallahassee; Edna L. Sampson, philosophy at Florida A and M

The Negro People Orlando; Ivradell Ward, Chaires, University, was recently elected OVER STATION WSTN

Religious ObservanceTo and Samuel Lawrence Williams, I to the Executive Council of the
Tampa. Florida Philosophical Society. St. Augustine's Most.Pouplar Station

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HOUR, Religious Emphasis Week observ- SKATf .
ance at Florida A & M Universitywill e PAJIGY4TUFF!
be held Feb. 26-March I, according -
\ to the Rev.James Hudson G'MG KBi EZY/ '
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CLEANERSBACHELOR chairman of the Religious Emphasis -

Week observance committee.He .

has announced that the following ,

persons will serve as guest
--Jnc... ministers-Dr. Delton L. Scudder, ..Lce..e

head professor of religion at the

University of Florida Gainesville;; -

BUNDLES the Rev. Leon D. Sandborne, pastor -

The Church of Christ, Union, Tw I

Berea,>Ky.; Rev.J. Neal Hughley, .u
college minister North Carolina

5 HOUR SERVICE College, Durham; and Dr. Melvin Fl6llRRFEf6Hi'--THE Rt6NTi gCN'TRFAD HYAR i BUT SIt iO'SH-YOtI PMhTERa' % -

Watson, dean, school of religion, HArm+ro>ar.Ic 110 s1Gri? GAN'TCatintlsmil -

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James Weldon Johnson Trojans Pile Up Record Wins kedvrop wr most developed eroding. 1

Ctackes Lawson; Walker Emphasize'. I Fights In Golden Gloves CIAA Tourney. I sen in the top spot He rates Leo

:.rb pC.tJ 1/6JAeJ Durocher second Bert Shotton
Teamwork In Bid For ChampionshipThe Discuss Details third and Alston fourth. He added .

I ,however, that he thinks Alston
The new general manager of has the makings of a great man-
James Weldon Johnson Trojans have turned on the steamin bice Of Coari Derby the San Diego Padres, Ralph ager.

the Junior High School competition in basketball. The team is ; Kiner, says the surest and quickest Leading home run hitters in the
moving along at the top of the pile with five straight victories for way to baseball fame and for National League
the 1956 DURHAM N. usually come up
season. C.-Three other tune is
by hitting home runs. with 40
or more, based
The keen competition in among members together with L. D. Kiner was the National League'shome of leaders since 1947.on John-a review -
the Junior High Schools makesit Smith of Virginia Union Univer-
s run king for several :
seasons. Mize
ny Ralwph Kiner both
to determine the Hawaiiai sity chairman of the Central Intercollegiate
very easy As quoted in The Sporting News. hit 51 that year, the same number
calibre of the Trojans' strengthCoaches Athletic Association's11th Kiner
out that one season Willie Mays got last
x season.
Oliver Walker and Edwin annual Basketball Tourna-
Yankee Coniraci his pay wa $90,000 and that he once in those years has the homer
Lawson have produced a ment Committee, met at North didn't
s.ka get it for hitting ingles. crown been won with less than40Kiner's
team that has been playing a real Carolina College to work out de- Several Kiner
years ago, was 37 in 1952. Time
brand of high school basketball.Up HONOLULU 22-year sold .. tails for the eight team dribble credited with this classic remark: when ten a season was considered was
to this centerfielder with a rural Hawiian r W derby on the NCC court Thurs
point they have met "The home run hitter drives a good, says The Sporting News, As
and defeated the Junior varsitiesof baseball team, signed a 1956 New aM day Friday and Saturday, Febru- Cadillac. The singles hitter drivesa late as 1918, Gavvy Cravath took
Matthew York Yankee contract. The Hawaiian arp 23-24-25. "
W. Gilbert Stanton, jalopy. the title with only eight.
and the varsities of Douglas Anderson is Jack Ladra, the first s Other members of the committee -
Vinegar Bend
Milwaukee .
Baltimore and Kansas
Hawaiian to be are Joseph Walker, St. Paul's
and their most dreadedfoe signed by a major
pitching for the Cardinals
again City haven't been in the major
league Polytechnic Institute, Lawrence-
Isaiah Blocke and Yulee. In team.
Tiwrif ville, Va. Talmadge L. this year, and Manager Fred leagues long, but they've attracted -
a nip and tuck battle they defeated The local Yankee 'representa- ; Hill. Mor- Hutchinson
believes hell be 20-
Blocker 3231. They came right j tive, Yets Higa said Ladra will gan State College, Baltimore; a more than 9,000,000 customers.

back in their next game and de? report to the Yankee training ___ Floyd H. Brown, North Carolina game Mizell winner. Hutchinson watched According to teh Sporting News,
{ pitch two for Ha-
feated Yulee 2417. camp Feb 12, and will be farmedout w $tiwir College and L. T. Walker of NCC, games :!Milwaukee accounted for 5,963-
.Jo the Quincy, Ill. team. ; ; M chairman of teh college city Mna this winter. "When you seea 000 in three years, Baltimore l,-
The charges of Coaches Walker group. man win a 2 to 1 game, strikingout 912 in two years, and Kansas City
and Lawson seem to have a championship alb 4 13 and
walking four
_, Included as ex-officio membersare only 1,393,000 in one year.There's .
r in their view from the '- rr then come back later and see him
Dr. Thomas H. Henderson, baseball in the blood of
brand of basketball they are play- Weller ChampionOn CIAA pitch a two-hit shutout," he said, both
s president, Richmond Va., Andy Carey, Yankee third
ing. The most remarkable thing "
"you've got to like him. Dizzy
and F. H. Burnette, CIAA basket- baseman, and his actress bride,
about the entire team is that they Dean had
a modest evaluation of
Sick List!; 4 x ball commissioner, Durham. Lucy Marlowe: The Sporting
do not play individual
Mizell. The
basketba11.1 Pairings will be announced in says Sporting News. News points out that Lucy is the
but they play together h "That Mizell" Diz said, "is left-
niece of Jim
= .. mid-February. Charles A. Ray, McAleer, a big name
,In _their early careers as sports Fight Postponed NCC News Chief will again serveas handed Dean. in the early days of the American

competitors, they havealready publicity directsor. Duke Snider believes the Dodgers League. He managed the St.

learned the art of team play. De- CHICAGO The were lucky that Allie Rey- Louis Browns from 1902 through
spite the fact that they are sailing welterweighttitle nolds, the Yankee pitching great 1909.
along on an undefeated season, bout between champion Car- who retired after the 1954 season.
men Basillio and Saxton Helpful Minis
the coaches are warning them Johnny wasn't around at the last World's;
which scheduled for Feb. 15 ,
that they have not clinched the was aA JM4k e Series. In a talk before the San:

championship as ,yet, and, they has the illness been of postponed Bisillio. because of a & ? der. : 4 For Sportsmen Diego, Calif., Hot Stove League, Jackie Robinson
need not become too satisfied over "' > "- the Brooklyn star said: "We
The International Boxing Club IN CONTESTS Walter Matthews,
'" co-captain of the Wilder
their present success. I might not have won the Series if
Should the Trojans move alongto announced that' Basillio suffereda Athletic Club Boxing team and runner-up in the 1955 Jacksonville HELPFUL HINT: Keep your the Yankees could have called on Is Paid Tribute

an undefeated season it will mild case of 'influenza and on >Golden Gloves tournament is seen posed for action. Matthews will frying pans shiny and clean by Reynolds in relief."

be proof that even in Junior High the advice of his doctor was participate in the 160-lbs. open division in this year's tournament lining them with aluminum foil The Sporting News that
ordered to bed. The 15-round scheduled at the Main St. Arena 'Feb..6.7.S. Matthews is a studentof the next time you cookout- says
the have desireto
School 'players a
Ed ALBANY Ga.-Red Sanders
Doherty, president of the ,
bout was reset for March 14 in New Stanton Senior High School.SPORTING. doors. When you've finished
be victorious and flawless.
Chicago Stadium IBC. American Association, had a mes- head footsball coach at UCLA,
by throw
simply the foil
They will still have to play Gil- The IBC said it hopes to fill the sage for Eddie Stanky, new man- paid a special tribute to Jackie
bert, Blocker, Douglas Andersonand ager of the Minneapolis Millers, Robinson, Brooklyn Dodger star,
Feb. 15 date at the stadium witha REALLY NEW REEL
: Designedto
Stanton again before the_end match between middleweight IT UP handle lightweight spinning when he spoke at the Minneapolis last week in an addres sto the
of the season. Baseball Boosters Dinner. "Go: Albany Touchdown Club. The
Bobby of and Ed-
Boyd Chicago lures and line as thin as eight-
-- -- uard Lausse of Argensine. BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON pound test monofilament, the ahead and cuss the umpires and UCLA coach was giving opinionson

Learn Commercial Art Pflueger Summit bp the Enter- shove them;; Eddie," Doherty said athletics, when he pointed outa

Start A.yti.e PETE REISER the old Fence us is Sam Jones of the Cubs. He's prise Mfg. Co.combines the versa "and it will be fine with me-a man of great physical strenftth
G. I. APPROVED Ciba Title Bout Burster of the Brooklyn Dodgers murder on righthand batters, especially tility of a spinning reel with the $25 fine"Manager can be a football player "but a
AMERICAN will manage the Kokomo. Indiana on a hot sunny day: quick-action control of bait-cast Walter Alston pilotedthe i baseball player is vifted."

Dodgers In the Class D Midwest Jones fanned 198 last year. He I ing It's ultra-precision machined Dodgers to the world champ- In this connection he added:

SCHOOL OF ART Seems Unlikely League. The Kokomo Dodgers is also walked 185. The batters were I throughout and costs $16.95. ionship last year, but to Jackie "Yes; I think baseball requimres

27 W. BEAVER a member of the great farm sys- really loose when Jones was Robinson he's still No. 4 among a better athlete than any other

tam chain of the Brooklyn Dodg. flinging his fast ball toward the I, SAFETY SOLE: Secure footingon managers he has playel for. In aNew sport and I think Jackie Robinsonis

HAVANA Cuba-A dampnesshas ers. In 1941.Reiser was National plate. I slippery boats or docks is afforded Haven, Conn., talk recently, the preatest all-around athlete

LEARN TO DRIVE been'thrown on the proposed League baiting champion with the BASEBALL FANS remember I by the Randolph Mfg. Co., says The Sporting News, Jackie ever developed in this country.

heavyweight title bout between Dodgels. He managed the ClassD that it was Sad Sam Jones of the Randy Boatshu, which has a non- said that of the Dodger managershe Look at the records and theyk include -
The Qekkert Tfce Cedect champion Rocky Marciano and Thomasville Georgia club in Chicago Cubs who pitched the I skid, non-slip Grip-Deck sole and has bad he puts Charley Dres- Jim Thorpe.
w., T. Lena Cuba's Wino Valdes by Cot ,Roberto 1955. '
only no-hitter in the majors last an upper of fine duck. The shoe
Fernandez Miranda:, Cuba'sdirectsor THE UNIVERSITY OF SAN Sad Sam
AJAXDRIVING season. was formerly also is arch-cushioned and has
of sports. FRANCISCO DONS, rated the with the Cleveland Indianhs. sponge rubber insoles.
SCHOOL Miranda said that William best college basketball team in THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON -

CALL EL 4-0639 (Lefty) Clark night club owner the nation is sparked by All- student paper is asking

.who offered Marciano a $350,000 American Bill RusselL The big 6- for the removal, of John Cher- and the Western Interprovincial

George Perpena guarantee for the bout, Is not a 10 Negro center has been the key berug. head coach as soon as pos Football Union empowered Ralph FIRST AGAIN !

1134 W. 5th Street licensed promoter and has no figure in the, winning streak sible. It charges that Cherberghas Cooper of Hamilton to try to work

legal right to make such an offer. which started back to Dec. 17, fbailed to carry out a promise out an agreement with NFL commissioner -

Al Weill, Marciano's manager 1954 when the Dons trounced to restore harmony io the football Bert Bell whereby each Color RCA

said previously he was interestedin Oregon State, 60-34. The last loss squad. Vic President H. P. Ever group would respect the other's T-V-By

WATCH THIS CLOWN the offer and would come to was six nights earlier to UCLA est said he takes no position on player contracts.

Havana discuss it with dark. 4740. The Dons have had a thir- the editorial and it will have no ISABELLE DANIELS, the little Presented for Your Entertainmentat .

24-17-66 teen game winning streak for the bearing on official action. lady from Jakin, Georgia and a

present season. CHARLIE HARMON, infielder- student at Tennessee A & I, broke
31-253-19 JACKIE ROBINSON, the outfielder'for the Cincinnati Reds the world indoor record for the
Short Form $240 -
Brooklyn Dodger star who pion- has inkel his name to the dottedline women's 50 yard dash, running
Long Farm $(.00
2 4 eered Negroes into major league for 1956. Harmon played the distance in 5.8 seconds, .2 of a
NED JACKSONTAX baseball sail \yi a speech recently third base part of last season but second under the old record set .
9 6 EXPERT in Cleveland, that Negroes are no finished in left field. He batted in 1930 by Stella Walsh. This feat MANUEL'STAP

7 2 133 Clay St. Ph. EL 6-3703. better performers in athletics than .253 in 96 games. was performed in the Evening
_, 9 A.M. Till 9 P.M.
any other athlete. He further said MAURICE STOKES of SL Star Games held in Washington.

359-47-153 that Negro fans make a serious Francis College, was robbed -of Miss Daniels also tied the record ROOM

09-36-21 mistake when they cheer Negro much glory and honor last year for the 100-yard dash with an effort -

players and fail to cheer other because the bulk of publicity was of 11.1 seconds.PITCHERS _
athletes; and this type of loyalty given to Tom Gola. Stokes has BOB TROW- 626 West Ashley
.. .
SeMtiam 99SMMtiMW makes it hard the Cave will be
on players.A come into his own as a pro bask- BRIDGE and Paul
He Us, subtract THREE YEAR LEASE has eteer. He is proving to the basket given try-out with the Milwaukee
H0 works it ell !Land hamaJof dRallef1. been signed between the Brooklyn ball world that he had everythingthat Braves for the 1956 season.

Dodgers and Jersey City, N. J. Tom Gola had and more. I Trowbridge, formerly with Jacksonville
FOR FEB. 11th A*i d+w r ovrcaoO Met-w..d !I for the use of Roosevelt Stadium SI GREEN, THE TANNED but more recently with

..u..w .eM gt.t at'a.'eiw for eight games to be played by SKINNED ACE of Duquense Uni Toledo had a 13-8 record in 1955.
65-38-3 .. ..b leli'snvmw....&tl..m--.h.OU-- Tf 5Ar.v.n.l the Dodgers. versity's famed basketball team Cave who came back to the Jacksonville

RAY CAMPANELLA.Brooklyn recently set a new scoring record Bmraves late in the 1955 : te.1Jip1 matic. rin1J--

Dodger catcher. Lou Little Columbia for his school when he droppedthe season posted a 12.9 record and .

University coach for .26 ball through the basket for an ERA of 2.05. NO UQUOR TASTE..NO LIQUOR BREATHE
BOOSEfELT years and Joe Collins first base 44 points. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON is

man of the New York Yankeeswere DISK GAINES another basket said to be the best financially fix Since 1721. .

SUB. Tueu. Feb. S.7 Sun Tees Feb. S -7 honored by the New York I ball ace with the,Seton Hall quin- ed of all the boxers In the busi

2 Big let Run Hits! Clerk Gable. J.*. Russell Press Photographers Associationas : tet is making his presence felt on' ness. Sugar Ray, with Ray Rob- ftfLSKA
-ROAD TO DENVER"Johs TALL MEN" the "most co-operative sports the courts against all comers. inson Enterprises, probably has

"DRAGON FLY Payne SQUADRON"lot" Richard Co.t. figure at the association's annual Seton Hall is making a terrific the biggest batch of investment The World's
T..ri1Zi. Tecfc icclofWe4. "BIG TIP OFF"Wed. dinner Jan. 30. bid to gain a rating as one of the with a block. of Harlem in his

JOEY GIARDELLO, the 25yearold nation's top teams. name,but Sugar Ray has a weak- ost Honored
& n.n. Feb. 8.9 ..,
& Tfcuri. Feb.
Gregory Peck middleweight prize fighter WILLIAM (Lefty) WALKER ness for orchid-colored Cadillacs. '
"KEYS OF THE KINGDOM" who was lent to prison for assault a Havana night club'owner.. said THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOLSof

Piss. : -SKABENGA" phi. and battery, was recently released recently thai he had wired Rocky Jacksonville are furnishing the
Itt Run "NAUGHTY NEW ORLEANS" after serving a part of a term. Marciano a $350.000 guarantee to dry with some reel lire basketbalL a

FrI. ft $;tt. Feb. 10.11 His license was 'given back to- defend his world's heavyweight From the many players on
let RUM Rock Hudutm Fit. A Set. F..b.. 10.11 gether with a clean bill of health championship 'in Havana against the Junior teams the High
fin: Job UGHTFOOT"WayMRED "FRONTIER- ..BADMAN1. ,- by the commission. N"mo'Valdes of Cuba. School and eventually the con
GIL HODGES, the,big first base- SIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUESare son teal talent. Some of the

Se .ckP.-g.---11: man of the champion Brooklyn going -all out in an effort to youngster are already pointing
Special Strand Ad On
I Dodgers The pitcher we most make peace 'with the National toward '. pnleaIoaalllaaketHU N;by FN.fisetlotistlYettttlr

hat. te see setting ready to face Feotball League. :The Big Four cueer. BGatut I IM.ii v. .



....,Bg.. THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, February 4, 13

Cooperation Leads To ProgressTrade With Florida Star Advertisers

"Prince of Process". We pity the when they are weighed in the

Chips Off The Blocks pore pretty top boys in "Big balance r .'Mrs. Thelma Living-I Apis. For Rent I Pleas Denied For Commutation I
: Bingham". Cues they will haveto ston Harris supervisor of Guid-

visit Miami to get f ied.. ance is working overtime with the
BY JAY JAY Modern furnished two room apt. (Continued from Page 1)) puce Richard Floyd, of firing the
same problem. I agree with those
George "Whip" Lowery spent 741 West Monroe Street. Phone killing Dade County Road Patrol- pistol which killed Fritz.
who advocate striaghten-
last week-end in Savannah. Gladto persons
The weather in old Jax this week certainly has been "witches EL 4-8032.
ing houses that when the man Edward E. Fritz in a 1953 The pardon board had heard a
know the boy made it out of our so
brew. We hare had some of almost eTerylhing. The first part of !
well be box company holdup and Her- commutation appeal in behalf of
town Stewart mustof day comes, ready.
the week it was fog and cold., then rain followed by sunshine. Johnny Modern furnished apt. Hot and man Barwicks charged with kill- Barwicks several weeks ago and .
caught the poniees last week. Happy birthday to Ruby Cookof
U there is truth to what old cold water electric range. 1489
any ing his common law wife in Polk deferred action pending a psychi- j
He was host to a whole party by the Monterey Saw Alma
'Muk's Dual 21st Street Ph. EL 44861.
folks say we will have six more Sample Shop on East County. atric examination at the state hospital -
himself at The Tropicanna. Of and Daniels looking like
weeks of cold weather. When the St. All agreed that they pickedup Gov. LeRoy Collins will sign The state hospital said it
Course the of Loretta honeymooners instead of .old
groundhog pocked his head out fine bargains on some classy presence That's death warrants seen setting the found no evidence that Barwickswas
Jordan may of helped to loosen married: folk. one sure way
and took a peek on Thursday garments They're much happy dates for their executions. insane.
his strings Hattie Jordan to make it last Nelson
morning he darn sure saw his that they got 'em. since .Ihe purse I Rooms For Rent Clemency was asked for Arm- Barwicks was convicted of kill-
is lovely"salty dog" and Spaulding and Hunter Satterwhiteare
shadow unless he blind. For groundhog saw his shadow whichis
was brister and Anderson on the basisof ing Beatrice McNeal during an
"Bloddy Mary" mixer. She uses singing the praises of boys
me I am like the country boy a prediction of more cold days {Modern furnished room. Single an affidavit accusing an accom argument
ahead You who didn't just enough of everything. who sweeten pots. Wonder why
who keeps on long handles until girls man or woman preferred.: 1837
Easter get in on the buys can cheer up as Betty Stewart is back from Mi Evelyn Jones is the new face Moncrief Rd. Apply at 6 p. m.

About town everyone was lay- we have it on good authority that ami. Seems as tho one of those in the STAR office. every day except Sunday. Sun-

ing low and waiting on the big Marks wit hare another shipmentof "viruses" or something caught up days from 9 until 5:30. VETERANSARMY
blowout at the Armory Friday the latest styled: body blanketsin with her Glad to see Elmo QUESTIONAIRESContinued

j night with Louie Jordan. Louis this week but there won't "Crack" Davis up and about. El- Room. Nice clean convenient to & NAVY STORE
and his band arrived in town be many of them. mo is back on the scene and bus lines and stores. Man. woman

Thursday morning Saw by The report is that since Isadore seems to be none the worse for ( from Page 1)) or couple.: 935 Hogan St. 24 East Bay St. Elgin 6.1301
the papers where Roy Hamilton Singleton married you can't get the wear. He is giving the doctor Contact owner anytime Sunday.
upset the town of Chattanooga, him out of the house after sundown credit: for his streamlined waist- bution of the questionnaires andit

Tenn. in more ways than one. On the martial front line.Louis is not known when the survey SPECIALSFoot
The rock and rollers really rolled and we do mean front as compared Randolph led the van- will be extended to the seniors lockers $3.95 Feather Pillows Blankets

I in the same paper we see to warfare Louie English is guard of FAMU students in tOwn and their parents. Help WantedMAID Double Deck Bunks Folding Cots Sheets Towels Etc. t

where Jacksonville's Billy Dan- about to take the leap. He will for the Spring Holidays or Mid- Asst. Atty. Gen. Ralph Odum

iels was in another fracas. One take on a bride comes next week. semester break Jeannette legal advisor to the Board of Con- ,
thing sure is the fact the boy The beverage men are making a Jackson is hostess to a bevy of trol, said a meeting wilj be held Stt days. Hours 7:30 to GARDEN HOSE
stays in the papers. splash in the wedding column this beauties from the hilL soon with a committee of super- 5:30. $20 and bus fare. Mrs.
John B. B. Pickens and Skeets week. Nip Sams' madam has decided The management of Funlandhas intendents and representatives of Bawa. 1066 Crestdale. Ph. RA FROMGet $100-

Hampton had a nice one concernIng : she likes her maiden name good reason to continue to the State Association of County 41782.

bands. Seems as tho the boys better and is planning to reclaimit wage a fight to keep the kids out School Board Members to discuss Your Supply Now

got their areas mixed: up J. D. (Mr. Goodwill) Brooks of his place. Last,week the juveniles quizzing the seniors. MAID 5 days. $25 per week.
Curtis Taylor made Tiplight Dur- everyone but "Howdy Doody" has "raided1 the pin ball ma- All information will be tabu- Sleep in cook. Mrs. Moorehead
ham get up off some money and been given the post of principalat chines and took the loot out. Jay lated and submitted to Circuit Cecil Field. Ph. EV 8.0521 Ex. SHOESDress

match him drink for drink at the A. L Lewis School EWC Jay says "Big thugs from little Judge John A. H. Murphee of 205. Shoes Work Shoes Combat Boots Jump Boots
Two Spot... Curtis doesn't know whipped Chalfin in a basketball toughs grow". Gainesville who was named by Hunting Boots Engineer Boots Etc.

it but Tiplight had the boys to game in the ,EWC gym the other On the political front things are the court to take testimony on the MAID 6 days. $18 per week.
chip in en half the total h. night Vertelle Floyd, former beginning to hum. As they say matter and submit it by a newly- Live in. Mrs. Bazar. P. O. Box
bought Nora Williams Just STAR gal Friday is the pretty politics and money makes strange extended deadline of May 31. 6 Bayard. Phone AM 8-5981. TARPAULINS TENTSBoy

welcomed... her, hubby, h 0 m e. lady on the receptionist desk at bedfellows. We are beginning to I Odum said Judge Murphree Scout Gear Sleeping Bags Work Clothes

Edythe Drayton was helping Nora Walker's Vocational College see some Strange and we dare I will take testimony from board,of MAID 7 days. Hours 8 to 8
to celebrate, We had a chat with the Directorat say some unholy alliances springup. I control representatives starting p. m. Mrs. Cribs. 121 South 2nd PAINT-STUCCO Etc. from $1.39
Ruth Grigsby Waters is in town Walker's. Seems as tho most of One thing for sure the old I May 21 and will hear them for St. Jacksonville Beach. Phone ,
from Washington for a few days. has took unto himself a wife to fabler Aesop was right when he CH 84102.
two days. Then he will give two Come in Browse
Ruth is the wife of Elliott Waters, have and to hold. The popular said that a leopard does not days to attorneys for Virgil Haw- Thousands of Surplus Bargains -

one of Dr. G. F. Waters twin sons salesman from Jacksonville via change his spots. We are hearing kins, Daytona Beach Negro seek- MAID 5 days. $20 and bus ,
< George "Smitty" Smith is went to of candidates in 24 E. BAY STREET
on Macon Georgia Georgiaand rumors Negro ing admission to the University of fare. Live in. Mrs.\Salmdns. Ph.
.;. the scene nightly. He just changest picked a peach from Savan- District 'races. All we can say is Florida law school. EV 80782. I
I corners at the "Spot". Instead of nah in the person of Mrs. Rose- before you can vote you had u
going from "corner to corner" he mary Jackson. The new Mrs. better register. The cold facts are

goes from "stove to stove" Brooks is Supervisor of Negro on paper to prove that we lost
Cap Pinckney the insurance man Education. Wish them luck. ,thousands of registrants. Let's get
has a car which he and David Flash from Miami-Cleve Grier them back.Speaking. d 10 PieceTopQualityWaterless GAS
I Mathis christened. former idol of the Jax girls is now of schools almost 00 /
DAME NOTE: Quite few of at "The Band Bo?" Miami's new- the school heads are busy tryingto $ ,

the Gate City's most fashionable est and finest tonsorial emporium prepare our youth so that when
damsels took heed of last week's (barber shop for youse unhep- the time of intergration arrives Aluminum Porware RangesSPECIAL

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Myrtle Avenue
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4 5 1 $ 4_ G p FREE PLENTY PARKING'OF SPACE $17095 7.9 ,55: J '

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For Your Camera Needs Visit Our Photographic Department24Hour YOU'LL BE COOKING BY 7 .



Developing Service h Two lOfl-Lb. Tanks of Gas I. Buy at! Duval--- y at Duval I

On the Eastside Visit

and Florida Ave. Largest Selection I in Town!
.. We buy a carload at a time-that is why we save you money .
Phone EL 4-6377

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