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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 10, 1956
Publication Date:


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


Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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Davis Street grocery store was the scene of a gun battle between WASHINGTON Sen. Harley BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT t v& V 6
two Jacksonville women last Wednesday morning.The M. Kilgore, West Virginia Democrat BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Last Thursday brought a new develop- P w. **
contestants were Eva Pon- demanded a Justice Dep'artment ment lathe tug-o-war between bigoted Alabamians seeking to deprive J4

der, 35, of 190TBendix" Street and investigation Tuesday of the a citizen of her constitutional rights, and Miss Autherine Lucy N 4.sE

Ruth Asberry, 32, of 917 West Ken "deplorable situation" at the Uni- Negro coed who had been admitted to the University of Alabamabut

First Street Knight versity of Alabama. later advised to discontinue attending classes due to threatened 'I Ii E iYA '

Tbartle grew out.of an argu- Kilgore. chairman of the Senate i violence. :
Judiciary Committee, said the de- : Autherihe Lucy at the end of
ment between the pair. Result: I
One woman shot, both charged To Observe partment should "determine if t I the deadline set for re-admitting

with assault to murder. any federal statutes b a v e been Arizona College her last Thursday asked damagesand

... "De{,'sEt .+ki..H.:4Hurl nd violated" student riots against ,Invites :Miss, Lucy prison terms for University of ,b 7 A
tlir niv"emty'fadmis ionkof ..- .JFLAGST
ri tT-aHM iWr .
J. M. Parker who called toa ji. were AnniversaryJaxons Negro ,girl student. FFJm.1Ih:; Alabama officials, charging that '. otri" :
grocery store at 1065 Davis -
"If,our nation is to uphold the they conspired to intentionally
erine student r
about 10:55: a. m, Wednesday after Lucy Negro who _
the shooting occurred, reportedEva banner of democracy it cannot has been excluded from the permit disorders on the campusas

Ponder had been shot in the will be given another under any circumstances permit University of Alabama has an excuse to denying her an j .
musical treat on Sunday night, such despicable Incidents." Kil- "
left thigh and then struck on the been invited to enroll at Anton education. "
head two times with a revolver. Feb. 12 when Ken Knight, popular gore said in a letter to Arty. Gen. State College here.
The federal court action named
Herbert BrownelL Jr.
WRHC celebratesthe Dr. Lacey Eastburo.: president -
According to the officers Eva disc-jockey Kilgore told Brownell he was University President O. C. Car-
of Arizona State,
Ponder had shot a pistol at the second anniversary of his "deepfy disturbed" at accounts of Miss wrote michael, Dean of Admissions W.

home of Ruth Asberry on Tues- widely acclaimed "Sweet Chariot"' how Autherine J. Lucy, 26; first him that Lucy's Arizona attorney telling F, Adams' and members of the

day nigh On Wednesday morn- religious recording program. Negro student at the university to Negro students colleges and are board of trustees. M? 1t-
open St4
Justiceof .,
ing Mrs. Asberry went to The gala religious song-fest has been splattered with eggs saying Miss Lucy would be The officials were charged in >
Medlock 4
the Peace Genevieve which will be held at the Duval thrown by student mobs roamingthe "treated like anyone else" here. the complaint with conspiring to f'f:
and took out a warrant againsther County Armory beginning at 9 campus. The Flagstaff college has defy the order of the federal court ,

foe. p. m. will feature many of Jack- about one thousand students under which she was originally
The two women met again in sonville's leading groups and solo- admitted.
Unit of whom about a dozen are
the grocery store and witnesses ists. Anii-Negro
Negroes. Arthur Shores, Ne-
said Eva Ponder reached into her 1jiE 4
There will be no admission gro attorney filed the contempt v fY
bosom as the other woman grappled SeekingFunds
charged. action. which also asked a $2.0)0
with her. Ponder pulled outa
.32 revolver but Mrs. Asberrytore Among the groups already list- Womai Injured fine against Alabama's dean of

it from her hand before she ed to 'appear are: "The Sisters of Duval County citizens are receiving admissions after taking a setbackin
could shoot Asberry then shot her the South "Gospel Echoes," forms begging for contri- I his efforts to get a second Ne-

opponent with the gun and whipped "Gateway Gospel Singers" "The butions from an anti-Negro or- In Home ,Bias! gro woman enrolled as a student.

her on the head with it. McCall Singers" and many other ganization formed to fight inte-; University officials frankly ex-

Ruth Asberry was arrested by top rate gospel singers heard on gration.It DUNNELLON Mrs. Lizzie pected a new court order for *
WRHC. is the Duval County Federa- Autherine Lucy, 26, to be readmitted -
after the shooting oc Mae
police soon Humbert 40, suffered in-
tion of Constitutional Govern- to her classes. President
curred. Eva Ponder was placed juries when an explosion wrecked
ment and lists Lt Gen. Sumter O. C. Carmichael promised that in
under arrest in the afternoon at her one-story frame home U.
Lowry of Tampa candidate for on that effort will be
Duval Medical Center. a S. Highway 41 near here last case "every HEADS BAND PARENTS Mrs. Atha Glass, charming East-
Hu Gels Shot and pro-segregationist made to make the safe"at
governor ; campus
Tuesday. side housewife is chairman of the Matthew W. Gilbert Band Parents
and Edgar A. Waybright, Sr. Tuscaloosa, 58 miles from Bir
Club which colorful dance in honor of
recently sponsored a victory
chairman of the Duval County Sheriff Dave Baillie and Dep- mingham.No .
WIMU Is Shot For Chokiag BoyA Democratic Committee, on the uty M. L Davis said it may have II details of such precautionswere the Gilbert Panthers is shown here. She gave high praise to her coworkers -
been dynamite but they I among whom were Mesdames T.- Thoma Janice Baker.
advisory committee. were unable -
made known. But it was ob- McQueen FarneL Pearl Bethel and Gladys Barnes; Messrs. Nelson
to discover
Also listed on this committeeare any reason for vious that University officials had
Jealois Mate the Grant and George HIll.
By Jacksonville woman shot her
Mrs. Ruth A. Nooney, vice used the three-day breathing spell
common law mate twice in the chairman of the Duval County Mayor E. D. Edmondson called after Miss Lucy was suspended at
right leg last Sunday in defenseof Democratic Committee, and Dan the officers to Investigate the ex-
A 25-year-old woman, Eula Lee the height of campus rioting Mon-
Burrison, of 949 Houston St. suffered her 13-year-old son whom she Crisp advertising agency owner; plosion, which broke windows in day night to draw up certain safe- Human Relations Council
charges the man was choking.The another
gunshot wounds in both legs Dr. Kenneth Attwood, prominent .Negro resident's home guards.

last Friday when her mate be- shooting occurred in the drug store owner; and Winthrop and broke windows and blew a By their repeated denunciationof

came angry because she stayedout 800 block of Nada Lane and the ,Bancroft, financier. door off a filling station adjacentto "outsiders" for stirring up the Plans For IntegrationDAYTONA

all night victim is Jasper Holton, 39 of 1534 I Lowry who is listed as an of- the Humbert place. riots, the school officials indicated
fidal of the Gulf Life Insurance
Madison. He was shot by Alberta I
Charged with the shooting is I they might try to isolate the cam-
Roosevelt Trimble, 49, who livesat Johnson who lives at the same I Co. appeared at a Duval County pus from the bustling industrial
the same address with the vic address. Democratic Committee meetingand I MASONS CALLEDTO town. Carmichael and other BEACH The annual membership meeting of the

The woman told Sgts.. R. B. issued verbal blasts which SPECIAL MEETJessie spokesmen have stated repeatedly Florida Council on Human Relations here Sunday said the primary

tim.A police report reveals that the Whitting and G. T. Jones, investi- was considered insulting to Negro they could cope with student emphasis again this year will be. placed on smoothing the way for
members of the committee who
victim and her attacker are gating officers that her shootingof Lane. Worshipful Mas- demonstrations alone but were desegregation in the schools.
walked in the
out protest at con- .
sweethearts. It is reported that Holton came about'as a resultof clusion of his speech. ter of Templ.Lodg., No. 340 helpless in dealing with hoodlums New officers- elected- includedthe

Eula Lee Burrison works nights the man' choking her son. She Listed as supporters of the or- announced this week that a seeking to stir up strife and vio Rev. Caxton Doggett Miami, for the reputation of Florida by
and the occasion of the shoot- said that she and the victim had of the lence.
on ganization are a number of Jax special meeting lodge president; Edward D. Davis, Tam- recent efforts to inject the segregation -
ing came home at 8 ju m in the lived together off and on for sev- ons, many of whom operate busi- will be held on Monday night. Sealing off the campus. however pa, vice president; Mrs. W. C. issue and bad feeling between

morning whereupon Trimble allegedly eral years during which time Hol- nesses catering to Negroes. Others Feb. 13 in the Masonic Temple. presents an engineering. White, Jacksonville, secretary groups into politics.
jumped on her for stayingout ton had cause! a great deal of 410 Broad Street. b Tuscaloosa'
listed are: Cliff McGehee, Horace problem e c a use and L H. Burney, Jacksonville It also adopted a resolution
all night. 1 trouble. Lane has issued call urging Avenue
main street University
the of
commending University
Drew', A.E. Adamson, Olin Wolfe,
It is charged that Trimble shot Lester Varn, Sr. William Catlin, members of the lodge to attend which is a federal truck highway Named to the executive com- Florida chapter of the American
the woman with one bullet which Sr. William Bostwick, Dean the meeting with the statement besects the classroom buildings mittee were Dr. Warren H Collie Assn. of University Professors
wounded her in both ,legs. The nesday night of injuries received that matters of vital importance -
Boggs, Mrs. Jacob Bryan HL,Mr ; and fraternity row. West Palm Beach; W. C. Tay- urging admission of all qualifiedand
when elevator load
victim was treated at Duval Medical an carrying a will be taken up "excluded until lor Belle Glade Miss Sara Lee I
Ben Grant, Jimmy C. Merrill, Sr. Miss Lucy was ; legally eligible students to
of bricks fell him.
Center. on Mrs. Ethel Goodnoe, Carl Holt which will be of special inter- further notice" by Alabama trus- Creech Belle Glade Herbert M.: schools:

Duffie of Marianna, was working Smith, Mrs. Pat Odom Jim est to every member. tees as a "police" measure to en- Davidson Daytona Beach; Davi- The FCHR was organized last

ACCIDENT FATALTO for Burt Construction Co. Albany Rogers Guy Dodd, Frank Watson, sure her own safety and that of son Dunlap Jacksonville; Prof. year. It is comprised of educatorsand

MARIANNAN Ua, on construction of a Dave Warrington, Claude Tom faculty and students. But Shores A. L. Kidd, Tallahassee; Mrs. civic leaders to promote bet-

Negro elementary school here.A kins: Mrs. Frederick Waas. Mrs. Rosborough Jr. derided that explanation as "sub Margaret Blake Tampa and Drf ter harmony among the races and

MARIANNA Nathaniel Duf- witness to the choking that Robert R. MUam, Dr. Sam Day, Kenneth A. Friedman the tem- terfuge" veil the real reason Paul F. FInner, president emeri- to individual rights and -

fie, 29-year-old Negro construction preceded the shooting was Ruthie Louis Aichel. Jack Balfe, WilliamW. porary chairman of the organization that she was dismissed from classes tus.The protect

worker, died here last Wed- Elliot who lives in the vicinity. Massey Sr. and Robert R. I is an advertising man. was because she was a Negro. group expressed concern liberties.



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Two THE FLORIDA STAR iet.rd y, February 1L.194. _


biisiwd by The Florid. Srer FrilbkJat c:..
John E. Matthews it dead; but the evil he has done the Negro

MeiWS AlAntu people of DuTal County will perplex many of us until ii is rectified.As .
P. 0. Box 561, JockMivHk 1, Florida
State Senator from Duval Matthews is the man who spon-
423 Brood Street, Jacksonville, Florida PHONE ELGIN 4-3773
.. sored the bill which has rendered Negroes virtually helpless in

BUT choosing their own representation. This bill that brought about this
ERIC O. SIMPSON .._-. MflMffaf, Utter MAKING
Lerey "Spike" Wahia.tN .._ New teller t 'S WONDERFUL .. situation is the

C. f.,... Johnson New*-Staff Matthews sponsored less to render service to the people -
a legisla- or to the government.

Member of Associated Negro Press S ? tion to move Our State Senators and House

x the election of Representatives from Duval could

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR i local represent- render the people of Duval County -

atives out of an invaluable service by intro-
1. Negro Firemen. v scr w.a. the localitiesand
.. + ducing and
supporting bill
; r a to
2. More Negro Police Officers. .
have them
change this law
that electionof
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. -:., ? elected at so
large local: representatives
4. More and Better'Schools and Speeding Up of the .; : : instead. will be
determined by the people in the
Building Program. I The. result of localities.

4 b this "at large-

E election whereby the people of.

Flirida Star Can Render Service otA say. to Springfield elect the Councilman and Riversidevote to Veterans

represent the people in the Dur-
With The Faille
Cooperation keville area is that the combined CornerHere

( h ryl white vote vastly outnumbers the
Negro vote in Durkeeville to elect

It has been fully four years since the '"Florida StuN D1jJ rv the representative for the colored I from the are Veterans authoritative Administration answers

made Its appearance in Jacksonville and from the firs day people.
to four questions of interest
of its publication we have endeavored to render useful service YJ' Thus the Negro people are left II former to
servicemen and their fam-
to the Negro people of this community. Nevertheless, ii is our in a position wherein they are ilies:

feeling that it won't do any harm to repeat our stand and unable to choose the man or woman
Q. I am planning to enroll in
thereby,remind our readers of the aims. and purposes of the they wish to represent them. a
correspondence course under the
local colored newspaper. This denial of the right to choose
Korean GI BilL"Will I be required
one's representative is tanta-
When this newspaper was founded four years ago it was A to file a Certification of Trainingeach
mount to that of taxation without
put out because its publishers saw the need for a Negro-owned 0 representation situation which led I month with the'I A.the sameas

and operated newspaper that.would provide the communitywith veterans going to school?
the founding fathers of this nationto
factual news for and about colored 'people without rebel against British rule. A. No. Instead, cnce every three

making gossip, ridicule and the- tearing down of people's ENFORCEMENT OR INTERGRETION DECISION, WILL SPEED THE PROGRESS" The situation under which the months the VA will send you a

characters the main feature of the publication.The form to fill out After you com-
Negro people's representatives are
SCORPIO plete the form, it should be mailedto
need was also seen for a newspaper that. in addition Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 chosen could very aptly be called:
- ,to-jrecx>rdinL the commonplace incidents like the divorces, REPRESENTATION WITHOUT your correspondence ,
Your WeeklyHoroscope February 15th to 22nd and not the VA. Your school in
robberies, ugEts"ancT Murders- -in community: See to it that nothing is said or CHOICE. turn, will send it to VA. You
would publish in the same issue the better and more uplifting done to harm relations with per- Nothing could: be more unfairor will receive GI allowance
activities in which our people are engaged. GuideWhich more undemocratic than to your
sons in charge or with those who every three months after VA
receives -
deny a group of people the rightto
serve you new. Better results are this form from the school.
DAILY NEWSPAPERS DOING Are Your Fo.Business .. choose their own representatives. .
Lucky Days gained when you settle down to .

NEGROES AN INJUSTICEWe Love Travel work and bar the wayto meddlersand Q. In the past. VA has been
The present method of election
saw the need for a Negro newspaper that would balance time-wasters. As long as hinders good government in deducting my GI insurance prem-

its news with some,of the more uplifting things about By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER there is a full understanding regarding ways. In the first place, the many elec- iums from my monthly disability

Negroes because we find that the daily newspapers even monetary matters, show- tion of an official to represent compensation checks. But now.

though ii probably was not their intention, are doing the Negro ARIES close lo your heart. downs with associates, your mate, people in an area whom he does my compensation has been reduced -

.. people a grave injustice. This injustice la being done to Born March 20 thru April 19 340661275563LEO or public figures can be averted not know or whose problems he so that it no longer is a

Negroes by the fact that the newspapers which carry what February 15th to 22nd with profit to all concerned. Include is not conversant with places him large enough amount to cover my

have been termed "Jim-crow" pages confine the news per- Once you follow the conserva-I your loved ones in your at a serious disadvantage. Such a premiums. Will VA continue its
to the better things about colored people on a segregated economic and security programs, I deductions. nevertheless?
taining tive examples of those who never Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 representative finds himself unable -
which only into colored homes and is not as investments in their future A. No. Since your compensation
page goes depart from sound fiscal policies, February 15th to 22ndIt to answer questions concern- I
seen by the white people. On the other hand. however the you add to your prospects of a welfare will bring extra divi- ing the colored area authorita- has been reduced to the point

accounts of murders. suspected rapes and other crimes involving steady present and future income. is through mediation that dends. tively and often leaves him help. where it does not cover: your GI

Negroes are always printed in the main sections of You can only confuse yourself ifpou you ensure the profitable unfold- 5-100-17-59.11-363 I insurance premiums, the deduc-

these newspapers and go into the white homes. The result is listen to the conflicting ing of your long-range plans and tion plan will have to come to an
confidence in future
chance to read only.about all objectives. The obstacles that still SAGITTARIUSBorn your pros- end. You will be to
that our white neighbors get a sels of different people, the ex- required pay
Once I
keep nose
stand in be surmounted Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 pects. you your
but your way can insurance
the crimes in which Negroes are involved never see any treme optimists and pessimists premiums yourself.
to the grindstone, and exert every
satisfaction if
to 15th 22nd
active in such as our efforts on your February to
of the better things we are alike.12O33.18.68.891.
effort toward the eventual
behalf of the Community Chest United Fund or gef a chanceto I you are willing to shift your per- ,Foresight would be o fniestim- successof
learn anything about the men and ,women who head up : sonal'posrtlDn; for the'sake of accomplishing able value around this time, especially your projects, you enhance To give your kitchen or dinettea

drive for the Muscular Dystrophy Fund the YMCA. the your overall goals. in connection with your your chances of stepping up your pick-me-up, get some practical
TAURUS t Social well influential earning power and achieving percale curtains with flock-
as as con- earnings, expenses and domestsic rayon
worthwhile They never see any
other projects.
YWCA and of activities for better government and Born April 20 thru May 20 I nections have more to contributeto obligations. Make good use of peace of mind (18th). Complete ing in an adorable old-fashioned
accounts Negroes'
better community. The white people of this,city February 15th to 22nd I your eventual success than you your natural talents and powersof understanding with those who embroidery pattern. They're com-
building a chance to read accounts of The 20th and 21st definitely are I may care to admit. Faith helps perception to benefit the future share your home life is a pre bined with a matching valance,

and..social surrounding area cultural never affairs get a such as vocal concerts: and not days for you so stir up any I you gain your heart's desire. interests of your loved ones as requisite for the good of all (19th. too. Just tub them oItenthey'reso

our instrumental projects recitals. They are not informed of the line work trouble of any sort or to reveal 866701463521VIRGO : well as yourself. You accomplishmuch 20th). easy and safe to wash in soap
plans to whose trust- 4-50-22-92.18-423 and water.
our ministers are doing in the religious field and the great your persons more .if you follaUr your
worthiness is open to question.Let
contributions they are making toward Christian education \ own ideas and ways in carryingout
mate or spiritual advisor
which goes a long way in producing good citizens. point your the way before you decideon Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 your daily assignments thanif
February 15th to 22nd you allow others to influenceyou
of this one-sided of publishing news about a course of personal action
Because way contrariwise. Problems that
Good not func-
the Negro people sending_ the baser things about colored which may turn out differentlythan tion as well judgment as it may should if you confront both yourself and your PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
all editions of the but segregating the you expect. It seems as of
people out in paper mate or other associates are easily
better things about colored people and sending it only into some good advice will be forthcoming are bothered by neighbors difficulties, family s olved when an atmosphere of -
troubles employment
result is that,the white community only with profitable conse-
Negro homes-the or seasonal ailments. Your out- mutual trust and confidence is
sees the bad side of us but never the.better side. quences as far as your pocketbookis hue and this created.
look takes a rosier ,
concerned (20th)
We are aware that large numbers of colored citizens see 99-7-10-15-85.721 boosts your morale and enthusiasm 5-22-17-65-88-721

the need for a colored, newspaper, and recognize that the for the plans and projectsyou CAPRICORNBorn

"Florida Star" is endeavoring to render a much-needed serv- have for your future itinerary
ice in the community. But sometimes many of .us get to'the GEMINI (17th-18th). The advice and sup- Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
Born May 21 thru June 21
place that we take things for granted and forget that in order 15th to 22nd port of your mate or other allieescan February 15th to 22nd
for institution to continue rendering a service it needs the be invaluable in attaining a The storm signals are up whenit
Good friends bring a men-
you to matters, so
important goal, so don't act comes money
of the'public. very
daily cooperation tal lift and may be willing to be hastily without first obtainingthem. take nobody's word for anything

WE ARE CALLING FOR THE CONTINUED SUPPORTOF of service in any way you indi- when you risk being the principal

THE COLORED PEOPLE OF JACKSONVILLE AND cate. Don't fail to stir ykourselfinto 3-20.4.4.-15-72-771 loser. Remain prudent in matters

action if,you are after career, that concern your pocketbook, -i--
business, or job opportunities; as your heart interests, and your

is the desire of the "Florida Star" to publish more and they may have to be found in the LIBRA dear ones. Charitable impulses of

more news about The better things about colored people most unusual and off-beat places. Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 any sort should not be squelchedon :

throughout Jacksonville and the state. We wish to publishmore There is money to be made in February 15th to 22nd these dates. Indulge in your

news about the churches and their activities. We wantto joint enterprises and daring ideas, Should you follow your emo- favorite pastimes relax, and let

publish more and more news about our colleges and schools. I but don't overlook the obstacles tiolnal urges:: instead of heedingthe your friends, neighbors or rela-

We are anxious to publish more news about the social activities -I others can set up (21st-22nd). words of persons who are as- tives provide the inspirationalfactors I

_ of colored people and about the worthwhile things our 4-55.30-17-87-298 sociated with you, or acting as that give. your Spirits a

people are doing for progress and advancement. But becauseof professional counselors, you in- boost.

a small staff, due to a small budget, we do not have enough CANCER vite a broken friendship, disap- 6-30-77-12-83-324

reporters and photographers to cover the large number of Born June 22 thru July 22 pointment, and monetary losses. I II

events taking place in our community from day to day. February 15th to 22nd You have another chance to gain AQUARIUS I

CHURCH RE- You are on surer ground when valuable support from wellmeaning Born Jan. 20 thru Feb. IS

WE ARE THEREFORE URGING ALL you confide in your trusted coun- people, and you should takeit February 15th to 22nd

PORTERS. CLUB REPORTERS.. PUBLIC RELATIONS OF- selors and follow their bidding to rather than try to have your Outside of the stumbling blocks

FICES OF COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS TO SEND OR remain patient and await more own way. Should an opening develop which both yourself and others Features .

BRING IN THEIR NEWS TO THE "FLORIDA STAR. 423 clear-cut indications as to how I in the employment field may place in you r way you

BROAD STREET. ALL NEWS NOTICES INTENDED FOR the future is likely to shape up.! that offers better future opportunities should find this third quarter t

SHOULD BE IN OUR OFFICE ': GThis period is well suited for rather than immediate !fulfilling one. To much pressure 1400 WRHC 1400

FRIDAY PUBLICATION sociability; whereas you would do returns, give it the considerationit I could still provoke opposition: and
NOT LATER THAN WEDNESDAY NOON better to enjoy privacy, rest, or seems to deserve. competition with adverse conse-

NEWS BROUGHT IN MONDAY AND TUESDAY WOULD the soothing presence of someone -230554013642GET I quences to your ultimate obJect- KEN KNIGHTPresenting

NATURALLY GET FIRST PREFERENCE AND BETTER ives on this dap. Enjoy the pleas-

and enteratining pastime provide
TION OF NEWS OR PHOTOGRAPHS.In Use this ....". leant won about ,..netf. Send 10 tears (we dime without upsetting the family in

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Sctorfay, February 11, 1956 TH FLORIDA STAR Pose Tkne

Onega Psi Flu r I '; Paints, rushes And Easels Local Students Prepare For Art Exhibit I

._, ,=' ._ .. ,
IBSalls! OfficersOfficers 11 ': VNN => {" c

$ i '
i ,,>
3M "'0j ,,4 ,.. ,
for Theta Phi Chapter, >2 ?Ci d.

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity were J' ". .
installed during a Dinner-Meeting ; : :

Saturday night at Daniel's College ; ,
Inn in a ceremony conducted by $
Attorney D. W. Perkins one of
the founders of the local chapter. :!

Officers installed to serve the ?c ;
local fraternal organization for

the ensuing year were Rodell F.
Roberts, Basileus; Walter H.
3 a
White, Vice Basileus; William s a MC \ i

Scott Jr. Keeper of Records and
Seal; Summer G. Wiles, Keeper

of Finance; Rev. E, M. Hurley, __
Chaplain; K. D. Britt Jr.. Chapter
Editor and Oliver Walker, Parlia
mentarian. .


Special guests at the Theta Phi
Chapter's Dinner Installation
:Meeting were members of the 1
I .I Ifw
QueUes Organization whcih is e I : : c :
s gN ,, .
composed of wives and sweet- y : .r CC.r ,

hearts of the brothcers. in the ,

fraternity.Quettes present were Mrs. Rob- J

ert W. Gray; Mrs. Rodell F. Rob- '
erts, Mrs. Walter H. White. Mrs.E. 4f; "Ta <

M. Hurley, Mrs. Summer G. '"!q f
Wiles, Mrs.Alma C. Daniels, Mrs. ':"
Ernest Wyatt, Mrs. Oliver Walker 1
Mrs. James Alford and Miss MaryE. .,

Guyton. '.
Brothers present were Hansel ->, ;'
Tookes. Eulene J. Jonles, Solomon
Ravis, James Alford D. W. Perkins i"g "t"r4 r vy

iels Daniels La and, Willie, Ernest the J.elected Robinson Wyatt officers.Palomas, Jack Club Rudolph.Dan. r i1IL 9r : sa Iiti! I c ;: :


Hakiig Plans For ., ?
C w P yas v a$M ,w Ys

7ih Aakiversary *

,' 'try
The members of the La Palo. + yycc 1 4'' ex a a

mos Social Savings Club are per- s
fecting plans for their seventh x

anniversary program which will .4 p7a
be held February 19 at Simpson
Methodist Church at 3:30 p. m.
Mrs. Delia Collins chairman .e. a' n
and Mrs. Mary Cowser cochairman v 4* fr w ; g 1j
of the program have an-
nounced that the
principal speaker \
will be Attorney Ernest Jack- 'e : ? 7 .

son.The tIJ1I & : A
program will Include such *

- .J>erSOnalities.as. ,Mrs,., Pearl
George Mrs. Kathyrn Hickson,
Mrs. Lois Washington Hill Miss
Metro Lewis and Miss Arnett

Scott, guest soloist. Mrs. Vermell

Glover will serve as mistress of ,

ceremonies.Plan now to attend this anni- 'M.' 'a J l I' ; 1 ; ."*,'

versary. The club having the t

largest attendance will receive a f,y'Y r i vca S
w .
prize. Mrs. Elta Ruth Williams is :...

the reporter. Mrs. Rosalee H. ..i'..-'
Sharmon is the presidentMINUETTS
a :- *

CLUB e <" 11,
4. i wa

a ,, "
Minuetts Social Saving .
Club will hold its first meeting of '> 1i v .
>. >-' \, .. ...4Wvi.. fM' ,..,,,,,,, i (" ;9i".J" ." ..::01. -:.:,. ,, ,.', ,..... .'v .. ., '.
the year at the home of Mrs. Foster ,*"' : '__. '''' ._ :.;?,y'm".r,,. ".v .......-. ...., .. a4iS 4 yw-.mm.3y.n.rs o u*
951 West 4th Street, Monday, YOUNG ARTISTS -The photo scenes above depict some of the activity currently taking placein instructor of the pool who is director of the exhibit. The photo at right pictures Isaiah Blocker students -
February 13 at 8 o'clock..Businessof the schools as students prepare for the Art Exhibit to be held at the Jefferson Street Swimming getting few pointers from their art instructor. Prof. H. Daniels. The students are Laura.Mae
'vital importance. Mr. M. H. Pool from Feb. 19 thru Feb. 25. sponsored by the Jacksonville Recreation Dept Patrick. Sandra Joyce Andrews and Thomas J. Clark.

Riley is President Mr. Jerome In the top photo. left. a group of Boylan Haven students are seen with their creations. They At bottom, left three James Weldon Johnson students are seen evaluating a variety of creations -
Lucas, Reporter. ,are left to right. front row. Audrey Luke. Shirley Williams Barbara Glover'and Glorida McKnight from life
ranging plant to surrealist art. The youngsters are Laura Jones, Robbie Lee Dads
In the rear are Lorraine Mizell and Julie Thompson. At extreme right is Judith McBribe.The photoat
and Jones. In the final four Matthew Gilbert students
Bobby scene W. flash smiles of confidencethat
2 G Community Club top right shows George Grant. Ronald McMillan Robert Dickerson and James D. Johnson studentsof
their works will be among the winners. In the usual order: are: Movie Mclntosb Judy NorwoOd.
Stanton Senior High putting finishing touches .on their paintings. Seated is Henry Lee Finnely. .
Meets Monday NightThe The gentleman in the scene at center row of pictures. left. is Julius Guinyard. chief swimming Garland Williams and Hodge McGee. "Florida Star1 Photos

2G Community Civic Club

will meet Monday, February 13, LINCOLN DOUGLAS "Voodoo Queen" A Colorful, Moving Drama I Brewster Mothers Club Slates Valentine Tea I
at 8 p. m. in the home of Mr. and Wedding Bells

Mrs. Hardy Whitlock 1238 West GROUP WILL MEET .. To Be Presented By New Stanton FacultyWhat '
The Brewster Mothers Club has
27th Street. Some of the City AT NEW, STANTONThe ent.A
Applications for Marriage announced plans for a ValentineTea call meeting is scheduled for
officials will be present. Businessof f
Licenses to be sponsored Sunday Feb- Monday night, February 6 at 7:30p.
importance to be discussed. Matthew. Gilbert High has been described as a moving folk drama featuring
ruary 12 in the Laura Street mi.n the home of the president
'"' School and the New Stanton High Freddie L. Phillips, 715 WilcoxSt colorful scenes and realistic music will be presented by the faculty Presbyterian Church Youth Center Mrs. Jimmie E. Davis, 1033

P-TA Group Presents School will have charge of theprogram age 32 and Thelma Lanier, 751 players of New Stanton Senior High School, February 20, 1956. located at State and Laura Scriven Street.
"Mexican Fiesta Tea"The for the Lincoln Douglas Wilcox St, age 27. The play"Voodoo Queen" writ- Streets.
Memorial Association which will
Julius Stoney, 837 Lime St, age ten and directed by Miss Norma Miss Morvyne Betsch The committee has announceda Firms That Advertise With Us
be held 12
on Sunday February ,
Parent-Teachers Association 37 and Cora Carroll, 837 Lime St, Liittslejohn portrays the stsory ofa program has been planned for Want Your Business
3:30 M in the auditorium of
of James Weldon Johnson the New Stanton High School, age 18.James. modern young woman who is I Studying In Paris the occasion featuring local tal. I\.4\ Respect Year be.'p .
Junior High School will presenta L. Burton 717 W. AdamsSt obessed with the idea that she is I
13th Street The public is cordially '
"Mexican Fiesta Tea Sunday, age 48 and Waver Cull, 717 'a ruler. When she visited the
February 12 from 4 to 6 p. m. in invited. I W. Adams St. age 38. home of her mother in New Or- PARIS-Miss Marvyne Eliza-
the school auditorium.Tea Leonard E. Wilcox, 2112 Mars leans, she became involved with beth Betsch, daughter of Mrs. ,
bags have been placed on : St, age 23 and Catherine D. Mote, the prevailing believers of this John T. Betsch, Sr. Vice Presidentof
sale with members of the organi- 722 W. Beaver St, age 24. kind of power. the Afro-American Life Insur-
zation. This is to be the only Algie Palmer, 1212 Davis St, From then on the play becomes ance Company and a recent'grad- )
financial effort of teh group for Mr Johnnie Stevenson left recently age 29 and Vernell Postell, 713 more tense and mysterious with uate of the Oberlin Conservatory :
the 1055-56 school term. The for Georgetown, S. C. to beat Dewitt St. age 24. all of the aspects of the voodoo Oberlin Ohio has arrived in Paris.
funds will be used to improve the the bedside of his grandmotherwho Paul Day 977 W. Ashley St. She has begun studying under the
artMembers I .
facilities of the school. passed away. age 20 and Mary Johnson, 1309 of. the cast are Mrs. skillful direction of Madame
Mrs. S. L. Jones is P-TA presi- Mr. Stevenson is a member of Johnson St, age 18. Amy S. Currie Mrs. Mary F. Simons Tilliard and Monsieur
dent and Miss M. Kinsey and Mrs.i Emanuel Baptist Church.FRATERNAL Wilbert A. Walker 422 W. Coleman, Mrs. Elaine Kitchings, Guiseppi, two of the best known WORLD'S FAJTUT ftHUNOHAIft ..s t

L. Alston are members of the. Orange St., age 22 and Carlita L.:. Mrs.- Myrtis C. King, Mrs. Clara tutors in that area, Boralevi. STRA10HTBIHIX t
committee. Jerkins 1334 Whitner St, age 21. Durham Prof. Clarence C. Fears, Miss Betsch is a member of andBUaCRJMSI i J
NOTES Jesse Caldwell, 1412 Grothe St. Miss Gwendolyn Johnson Mrs. Deltsa Sigma Theta Sorority, St. \ 4pp
age 21 and Henrietta E. Coma- Nellyvonne Russell Prof. C. Phillip's Episcopal Church and -
Miss Hazel Thronton
The St Johns Lodge No. 14. dore, 5558 Verbena Rd, age 17. Roundtree, Mrs. Almira Wilson various organizations connected Fiala u IUMBO fTQMf\ .- t#
Formerly of Free And Accepted Masons sets Alfred Newbold West Palm Prof. Walter H. White, Mrs. Grace with social life in Oberlin, Cleveland (... .. tee* barker *:*>
HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALONIs meeting for Wednesday February Beach, age 20 and Evelyn Thomas S. Vinson Mrs. M. L. Butler Prof. and Boston. Having varied .;
Now 'Located .t IS. at 8:00 p. m. in the 1427 W. 8th St, age 19. Edwin Mathews and a large Sup- experience in music, she has sung y
The Eutopia Masonic Temple. 410 Broad St. James B. Hawkins, 2844 Edge- porting cast. in churches of all denominationsin _A* FCR t7 'y'HArODAY;"

Solon Arthur L. Jenkins. Worshipful] wood, age 44, and Nancy Holmes Oberlin, Canton Cleveland, -
Beauty Master announces that matters of Savannah, Ga.. age 33. PATRONIZEOUR New York, Bostson and the MidWest -
815 West Church St. vital, Importance will be trans Wm. A. Coney 1407 Cleveland .
Phot* EL 4-4093 acted. St, age 20 and Sallie M. Burney' Mis sBaUch was accompanied a
Henry Singleton Is Secretary. 1706 W. 33rd St, age 18. ADVERTISERS to New York by her mether.


f.bnwry 11. 1956 THE FLORIDA STAR Pap Three
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Onega PsiHu ( I ', Paints, Brushes And Easels. Local Students Prepare For Art Exhibit I

.. ,
-- -- -- -- -
Iislalls Officers
.kC "wti a\.,

n ,'Y
Officers for Theta Phi Chapter i +

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity were #" ',e:.,
installed during a Dinner-Meeting .

Saturday night at Daniel's CollegeInn 2 ; : i ., "
in"a ceremony conducted by

Attorney D. W. Perkins, one of (_ p4 15L I Ix
the founders of the local chapter. i

Officers installed to serve the

local fraternal organization for 4 p rr r
the ensuing year were Rodell F.
Roberts Basileus; Walter H. ; f4t T
White, Vice Basileus; William ; e cio

Scott, Jr, Keeper of Records and
Seal; Summer G. Wiles Keeper

of Finance; Rev. E. M. Hurley,

Chaplain; K.D. Britt Jr, Chapter

mentarian.Editor and Oliver Walker, Parlia- 4. i 'I;


Special guests at the Theta Phi
Chapter's Dinner Installation

Meeting were members of the ; :
Quettes Organization whcih is ,
composed of wives and sweet- M k J 'a;
: 4k .
hearts of the brothcers. in the

Quettes present were Mrs. Rob-

ert W. Gray; Mrs. Rodell F. Rob- F "' .. .: > ?y.
erts Mrs. Walter H. White, Mrs.E. i'e ..fk

M. Hurley, Mrs. Summer G.
Wiles, Mrs. Alma C. Daniels Mrs.
Ernest Wyatt, Mrs. Oliver Walker.
Mrs. James Alford and Miss Mary K, hi.
E. Guyton.

Brothers present were Hansel I
Tookes Eulene J. Jonles, Solomon vy yd; a. z v' d
; .
Ravis .James Afford D. W. Per- : k :
kins, Willie J. Robinson Rudolph
Daniels, Ernest Wyatt, Jack Dan-
iels and the elected officers.
a .
'> .bfvN
t :
La Palomis j

Making Plans For S lFc i

7ih AuiversaryThe a.e

The members of the La Palo- fR ..+
.. a
mos Social Savings Club are-perfecting -. :tr
plans for their seventh
anniversary program which will'

be held February 19 at Simpson :!

Methodist Church at 3:30 p. .m.. meth
e .4
Mrs. Delia Collins chairman v J

and Mrs. Mary Cowser, cochairman i! Y M r.,

of the program have an-
nounced that the principal speaker ; T. Y j Ark A q
will be Attorney Ernest Jack- .2Aj a.

son.The will include such x .
program R
.... v n ,
-- .personalities as _. Mrs. Pearl ,
George. Mrs. Kathyrn Hickson f,4 V ,.; ".,3 t tti.

Mrs. Lois Washington Hill Miss
Xti'; t'
Metro Lewis| and Miss Arnett ;
Scott, guest soloist. Mrs. Vermell
Glover will serve as mistress of
ceremonies. : 5ao

Plan'now to attend this anni-- :. 6' aJ' r
versary. The club having the
largest attendance will receive a
prize. Mrs. Elta Ruth Williams is

the reporter. Mrs. Rosalee H. .

Sharmon is the presidentMINUETTS ;! .
X46. "

-. CLUB ,- J' **


,./ yY e
Minuetts Social Saving
Club will hold its first meeting of '
the year at the home of Mrs. Foster _.. .y .--___ _" "_,",_Tr'". -- -::' :D.-'- : _-. : _,-; -__c; .->i"
951 West 4th Street, Monday, YOUNG ARTISTS -The photo scenes above depict some of the activity currently taking place instructor of the pool: who is director: of the exhibit. The photo at right pictures Isaiah Blocker students -
February 13 at 8 o'clock. Businessof la the local schools as students prepare for the Art Exhibit be held at the Jefferson Street Swimming getting few pointers from their art instructor. Prof. H. Daniels. The students are Laura Mae
vital importance. Mr. M. H. Pool from Feb. 19 thru Feb. 25. sponsored by the Jacksonville Recreation Dept Patrick. Sandra Joyce Andrews and Thomas J. Clark

Riley is President, Mr. Jerome In the top photo left, a group of Boylan Haven students are teen with their creations. They At bottom left. three James Weldon Johnson students are seen evaluating a variety of creations

Lucas Reporter. are left to right,, front row. Audrey Luke. Shirley Williams. Barbara Glover and Glorida McKnight. ranging from plant life to surrealist art. The youngsters are Laura Jones; Robbie Lee Davis
In the rear are Lorraine Mizell and Julie Thompson. At extreme right is Judith McBribe. The photo
and Bobby Jones. In the final scene four Matthew W. Gilbert students flash
smiles of confidence
2 G Community Club ,at top right shows,George Grant Ronald McMillan Robert Dickerson and James D. Johnson studentsof
Meets Stanton Senior High putting finishing touches on their paintings. Seated is Henry Lee Finnely. that their works will be among the winners.. In the usual order: are:Movie Mclnlosh. Judy Norwood.

Monday NightThe The gentleman in the scene at center row of pictures left is Julius Guinyard.' chief swimming Garland Williams and Hodge McGee. "Florida Star" Photos

2G Community Civic Club

will meet Monday, February 13, LINCOLN DOUGLAS "Voodoo Queen" A Colorful, Moving DramaTo Brewster Mothers Club Slates Valentine Tea .1.1The
at 8 p. m. in the home of'Mr. and

Mrs. Hardy Whitlock, 1238 West GROUP WILL MEET Wedding ,_Bells Be Presented By New Stanton FacultyWhat Brewster Mothers Club has ent. ..
27th Street. Some of the City AT NEW STANTONThe
Applications for Marriage announced plans for a ValentineTea A call meeting is scheduled for
officials will be present. Businessof t
Licenses to be sponsored Sunday, Feb- Monday night, February 6 at 730p. .
importance to be discussed. Matthew W. Gilbert High has been described as a moving folk drama featuring
ruary 12 in the Laura Street mi.n the home of the president,
"" School and the New Stanton High Freddie L Phillips 715 Wilcox; colorful scenes and realistic music will be presented by the faculty Presbyterian Church Youth Center Mrs. Jimmie E. Davis 1033

P-TA Group Presents School will have charge of theprogram St., age 32 and Thelma Lanier 751 players of New Stanton Senior High School February 20, 1956. located at State and Laura Scriven Street. 1-1

"Mexican Fiesta Tea"The for the Lincoln Douglas Wilcox St, age 27. The play'"Voodoo Queen" writ- Streets.

Memorial Association which will Julius Stoney, 837 Lime St, age ten and directed by Miss Norma Miss Marvyne Betsch The committee has announceda Firm not Advertise With Us_
held 12
be on Sunday February ,
Parent-Teachers Associa- 37 and Cora Carroll 837 Lime St, Littslejohn portrays the stsory ofa program has been planned for Wont Yoor Business
3:30' P. M in the auditorium of .
tion of James Weldon Johnson the New Stanton High School, age 18. modern young woman who is Studying In Paris the occasion featuring local tal "A.i\4\ Respect Y.*r beep
Junior High School will presenta James L Burton, 717 W. Adams obessed with the idea that she is
Street The is cordially
public -
"Mexican Fiesta Tea," Sunday. St. age 48 and Waver Cull 717 a ruler. When she visited the
February 12 from 4 to 6 p. m. in invited. W. Adams St, age 33. home of her mother in New Orleans PARIS-Miss Marvyne Eliza-
the school auditorium.Tea Leonard E. Wilcox, 2112 Mars she became involved with beth Betsch, daughter of Mrs.
bags have been placed on tfteut St, age 23 and Catherine D. Mote, the prevailing believers of this i John T. Betsch,Sr, Vice Presidentof
sale with members of the organi? Pecpe'I 722 W. Beaver 51, age 24. kind of power. the Afro-American Life Insurance -
zation. This is to be the only I Algie Palmer 1212 Davis St, From then OIL the play becomes Company and a recent'grad-I ;
financial effort of teh group for Mr. Johnnie Stevenson left recently age 29 and Vernell Postell 713 more tense and mysterious with uate of the Oberlin Conservatory SNE fS j
the 1055-56 school term. The for Georgetown, S. C. to be Dewitt St, age 24. all of the aspects of the voodoo Oberlin Ohio has arrived in Paris.

funds will be used to improve the at the bedside of his grandmotherwho Paul Day, 977 W. Ashley St, art.Members She has begun studying under the .
facilities of the school. passed away. age 20 and Mary Johnson, 1309 of the cast are Mrs. skillful direction of Madame
Mrs. S. L. Jones is P-TA presi- Mr. Stevenson is a member of Johnson St, age 18. Amy S. Currie, Mrs. Mary F. Simons Tilliard and Monsieur
dent and Miss M. Kinsey and Mrs. Emanuel Baptist Church.FRATERNAL Wilbert A. Walker 422 W. Coleman Mrs. Elaine Kitchings Guiseppi, two of the best known WORlD'S FASTXST HUINQ; 14
L. Alston are- members of the:, Orange St, age 22 and Carlita L. Mrs.' Myrtis C. King. Mrs. Clara tutors in that area, Boralevi. HAW STRAIGKTfNiRX_ ; -

committee. Jerkins 1334 Whitner St. age 21. Durham, Prof. Clarence C. Fears Miss Betsch is a member of ..... andUAOCUMM ... :.
NOTES Jesse Caldwell. 1412. Grothe St, Miss Gwendolyn Johnson Mrs. Deltsa Sigma Theta Sororjty, St \ : :
age 21 and Henrietta E. Coma- Nellyvonne Russell, Prof. C., Phillip's Episcopal Church and -
Miss Hazel Thronton
The St Johns Lodge No. 14. dore. 5558 Verbena Rd. age 17. Roundtree, Mrs. Almira Wilson various organizations connected' 1, F/O!. Af Art IRuA fTQKZf '; "= t
Formerfjr of Free And Accepted Masons sets Alfred Newbold. West Palm Prof. Walter H.White Mrs. Grace with social life in Oberlin, Cleveland (
bed. efl eW tartar
ey step*

HOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON meeting for Wednesday February Beach, age 20 and Evelyn Thomas S. Vinson Mrs. M. L. Butler Prof. and Boston. Having varied __E
I II Now Locate at 15. at 8:00 p. m. in the 1427 W. 8th St, age 19. Edwin Mathews and a large sup- experience in music she has sung l .... tr 1:
The Eutopia Masonic Temple. 410 Broad St James! B. Hawkins 2844 Edge- porting cast in churches of all denominationsin AJK re* a).NAMT-TODAYISetal"

Salon Arthur L. Jenkins.. Worshipful wood, age 44 and Nancy Holmes, Oberlin. Canton Cleveland
Beauty Master announces that matters of Savannah Ga., age 33. PATRONIZEOUR New York, Bostson and the Mid-
815 West Church St. vital importance will be trans Wm. A. Coney, 1407 Cleveland Wert.

Phase EL 4-4093 acted.: 51.. age 20 and Sallie M. Burney. fADVERTISERS Mis sBetsch was accompanied i e
Henry'Singleton Secretary.. 1706 W. 33rd St, age 19. to New York by her metber.


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SGt.d.r, February 11, 1954

I Race Relations Day To Be Observed At Ebenezer Sunday I IDiscissioi

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OB Racial Uidersiaadiag I Ministers Wives Hold Planning Session Midway AME Church I CONTESTANT I IMrs.


!. Be _Fealare Of Evenligrvice "E". : ;' .."' > ,'. .::, Slates ServicesServices

Sunday at Midway I IhA

I AME Church will,be held as
Improvement of racial understanding in Duval County will be usual beginning at 9:30 a. m. Sun-

the main topic of discussion during the Race Relations Day Program day School with the Superintendent -

observance on Sunday at Ezenezer Methodist Church, where Rev. S. C. Hart in charge.

Evan M. Hurley is the pastor. The Morning worship will beginat
Main feature during the -
10:55 a. m. with the pastor Rev.
will .be the presentation ofa wMn L. B. Washington, in charge. The

panel discussion Sunday evening Leading Arlisls A.CJE. League meets at 5:30' p m. js'sa

on the topic "What Can Ne- with Mrs. T. Hart presiding.The a
groes of Duval County Do For the
Improvement of Racial Under- Will Appear OnWomen's evening worship is scheduled
for 6:30 p. m. with the pas-
standing and Relationships.
tor or his appointee delivering the
Serving on the panel will be
ProgramSeveral sermon. Choir No. 3 will sponsora
Jesse W. Word: Executive Secretary Pre-Valentine Tea Sunday from

of the Davis Street YMCA, 4 to 6 p. m. at the home of Mrs.
who will discuss the area of Chris- outstanding artists of C. E. Daniels, 1559 EvergreenAve.
tian Service H. the city will appear on the
; James Greene, pro- A Biblical Quiz will be held.
Principal of Smart Pope Living gram that has been arranged for The weekly activities will prevailas ':.... .
ston Elementary School who will the Annual Spring Tea to be presented (;:1 r'

discuss the area of Education; J. by the Junior Women's Myrtis J. Bradley, a mem-

Bowman, Industrial Relations Missionary Society of Second p usualCHURCH ber of Choir No. 2 of Central CME

Representative of the Urban Lea- Baptist Church on Sunday after- Church is a contestant in the

gue will discuss the area of Em- noon, Feb. 19 from 4 to 6 p. min popularity contest which will

ployment, and Ernest D. Jackson, the home of Mrs. Cola McCoy, close Sunday with a ValentineTea

attorney, will discuss the area of 2842 Venus Ave. NOTESThe being sponsored by the choir.
civic and community activities. Among those who will partici-

Rev. Dr. Evan M. Hurley, pastorof pate are Mesdames Laura Harris Jerusalem Missionary Bap.
Ezenezer and the official fam- Essie Davis and Cola McCoy. Mrs. fist Church rally will terminate I Episcopalians

ily of the church have invited Leila White a prominent businesswoman Sunday. February 12, 1956 at :3! I

many friends from the city and and active member of p. m. at which time Rev. H. H. ASIead Annual

nearby communities to attend this First Baptist Church will serve as Robinson pastor of Mt.Sinai Bap-

special Race Relations Programand the mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. tist Church will deliver the ser

share in the worship services Rosa Lee Glass widely noted mon. Diocese CouncilSeveral

planned for: the occasion. Rev. musician and member of the Second The pastor will deliver both the

Hurley stated that the services Baptist Church will presideat morning and evening sermons. delegates from St.
planned. 'for the entire day ,on the piano. Mesdames Blanche .. Philwlips Episcopal Church recently -
Sunday will be in accordance Miller and Edith Jones, outstand- SIl* attended the 113th Annual
with the national Methodist observance ing soprano soloists of the city b BAPTIST MINISTERSTO Council of the Diocese of Florida
of this special day and will be heard in several selections
., yes M MEET SUNDAYThe and the Sixty-Sixth Annual Meet-
that all efforts, have been made during the program. ing of the Woman's Auxiliary to

to present to the public an informative The Society under the leader- the National Council. The event

as well as an inspira- ship of Mrs. Alberta J. Williams, 3 Baptist Ministers Brother- was held at Saint John's Churchof
tional program. its president is- putting forth hood of Duval and adjacent coun- Tallahassee.The .

The New Stanton Senior High much effort to make the tea a ties will hold their regular week Right Reverend Frank A.
ly meeting Monday February 13,
School Glee Club under the direc- memorable affair. r. :at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist Juhan D.D., Bishop; The Right
tion of Mrs. Alpha H. Moore will Servicing the various commit- I Reverend Hamilton West, DJ.,
Church. Rev. R. H. Wilson will
appear on the Race Relations Day tees are Mrs. Jessie Eustey, Mes- Bishop Coadjutator; Father T.
the order
give of the day. Rev.H. .
Program Sunday during the evening dames Cola McCoy and Ada > Fxx6C' Vincent Harris, rector of St. Phil-

service which starts at 7 Reeves, Finance Committee Mrs. ,, ,,,, ,,_ .. W. Stuckey will preview Sun- lips that the
; '" '"" < -- n" announce following
> > <
p. "W<;::1: "" ; ( 1'..... N.",.." < Iii' l !; day School lesson. Rev. H. H.
Miss Natalie Clemmons will Lucile Scott, Mrs. Minnie Wether- members in
m. were attendance at
wives who held recent meeting to plan their activities -
PLANNING A group of AME Ministers' a Robinson. is the president and
also appear on the program as bee, Mrs. Mattie D. Morgan and the Council: W. W. Johnson, W.
for the year are shown in two photos above Rev. G. W. Miller is the reporter.
guest soloist. Mrs. Queen B. Williams, Program H. Mathis Mrs. Beulah Hughes,
In the top photo first row. left to right are: Mrs. W. E. Welcome. Mrs. M. Mitchell. Mrs. R. L.
Committee; Mrs. Tasker Jenkins, Mrs. Giles Cummings, Mrs. Jessie
Burroughs. Mrs. W. E. A. Harris, and Mrs. C. Akery. In the second row. in the same order, are: Mrs.
Mrs. B.Williams, Mrs. A. Sanders, Second Patterson, Mrs. Marie Stewart,
Redfield. Mrs. E. Peak. Mrs. M. D. King and Mrs. Baptist Group
Mrs. A. M.
Abiah B. Sheehee. Mrs. M. K. RusselL
Learn Commercial Art Mrs. Essie Waters, Mrs. Jessie Mrs. Maude Pullins, Mrs. Ger-
Eustey, and Mrs. Mayola Bell, E:. Jones Slates Anniversary! trude Hall and John Williams.Men's .
Start Airflow Social Committee; Mrs. Eva Bry- In the bottom photo. in the usual order are: Mrs. L Austin.- Mrs. B. Tyler.. Mrs. A. M. Champion.Mrs. VMV BM Club To Meet

G. I. APPROVED ant, Mrs. Beatrice Avant: Mrs. M. E. Bledsoe and Mrs. A. L. Armstrong.: District No. 26 of Second Bap- The regular monthly meeting of

AMERICAN Ella Wolf Mrs. Frances Roulach, tist Church will celebrate its 15th .the Men's Club of St. Phillips is

SCHOOL OF ART Courtesy Committee; Mrs. MaryA. Blocker .Anniversary Sunday, Feb. 26th at scheduled for Monday, February

106 EAST BAY STREET Mrs. Argrette Dennis and Mrs. Vaught, 1355 West 7th Street. ident is requesting that all men

2nd FI.., Maude Higgins Decoration Com- Will Hold One-Day Session In JaxThe Among the artists listed to appear of the church be present for the

mittee. are: Mrs. Vera Wilson, Mrs. meeting.

A. C. Jackson, Mrs. Quennie B.
East Florida and Bethany Baptist Assn. of which Rev. K. D. the Plans Annual are being Fashion completed and Talent for Williams, Mr. Archie Prey. Read- for QUICK RELIEF of

Britt moderator, will hold its one-day session on Wednesday, Feb.
IRITZ ing Mrs. Agnes Smith. Other
Revue which will be
THEATRE 22 at the Mt Sinai Baptist Church, 6th and Lee Sts. beginning at the faculty of Isaiah Blocker presented Jun-by ticipants on the program are Miss HEADACHENEURALGIA

10 a. m.The Edith Horn, Mrs. Mary Howard
Weather Conditioned ior High School on Monday Feb. ,
host church under the lead- -
Mrs. Laurette Blounte, Mrs. Ger-
ruary 27, at 8 p. m. in the school
ership of its pastor Rev. H. H. trude Henderson.The .
auditorium. Ease Pains of Headache
Pomona Park News
Robinson has completed arrange-
Friday and Saturday February 1011BIG ments to assure comfortable accommodation "Models drawn from the person- principal speaker will be Neuralgia Neuritis with
nel of the school will exhibit the Mr. L. E. Bryant and Mrs. Lucy Quick Acting STANBACX
for the delegatesand
DOUBLE FEATURE WESTERN latest fashions Tremble will serve as the mis-
By Mrs. Florence McBride of the season.
Test STANBACK against
JOHN WAYNE IN friends of the organization.The
"SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON" program committee has Services at Mt Tamo Baptist Guest models for this occasion tress of ceremonies. any preparation you've
will include Medames
Josephine ever used See how
... outlined a program with out- Church was v e r y inspiring
Meares, Joyce B. Lawson, Geraldine -
HOP ALONG CASSIDY IN standing Bible expositors and throughout the day. Sunday I IF YOU HAVE MOVED qokk relief comes.

"LAW OF THE TRAIL" preachers slated to bring the School was enjoyed by all who Earlena Hilliard Walden., Mable Jones and YOUR REGISTRATION CARD 8W

topics and messages. attended. Deacon Otis McBride, WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO
During the intermission period
a ',. Following the morning message Sr. .Superintendent presided anda YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE t.nrCHAI&PN'S
and musical talent will
Sunday Monday Tuesday February 12-13-14 the business phase which includesthe visiting minister. Rev. Gandy be revealed in the performance SURE TO CHANGE
unfinished business of the last preached the evening sermon.
'THE, GUN THAT WON THE WEST' annual session will be completed. The public is invited to attend. THE REGISTRARS OFFICE
During the afternoon reports Miss Barbara Barlowe and Mr. MARKET k DUVAL

FIRST JAX! RUN from the following boards and Herbert Carey were married,Sunday ..
Plea -
BARBARA STANWYCK ROBERT RYAN IN auxiliaries will be heard: District at Mt. Tamo Baptist Church STRAND SUNDAYDana

.. "ESCAPE TO BURMA" Mission, Rev. G. T: McCall, chair- Pomona Park, Florida.

man; State.Mission, Rev. E. Arm- The bride wore a dotted swiss x"$z

ster Clearwater, Florida chair- gown with a V-shaped neckline. dietlk

....' Wednesday and Thursday February 15 -16 man; Home Mission, Rev. S. C. Rev. G, J. Pearce, pastor of the Factory-To-You Savings
Caldwell, St. Petersburg, Florida church performed the ceremony. FINE QUALITY -:- LOWEST PRICES

"ASPHALT JUNGLE""DUFFY chairman; Foreign Mission Rev. Miss Mildra Burch and Miss SPECIAL. .

T. C. Collier Orlando, chairman; Christine Simmons were brides- 100% Wool Flannel Pants $7.95

: OFSAN QUENTIN" Education District, Rev. W. C. maids. A reception was held im $2.98 VALUESLong

Neal, chairman; District Seniot mediately after the wedding in Sleeve Sport Shirts .. .... $1.98
Women's Convention, Mrs. M. L. the home of the bride.
Nylon Reinforced Tee Shirts 2-for $1.00FINE
Johnson, Pres.; Junior Women's x'A

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W. T. Hull vention, Deacon W. G. Patterson, send, Mrs. Mary Williams and .Fg v.y HEAVY ARMY TWILL SANFORIZED

President; B.Y.P.U. Convention, Mrs. Bertha Bradley, motored to w Khaki Work Pants $2.98DAN

Year Buick Salesman Mr. Alexander Heard President; Jacksonville Sunday to visit Mrs RIVER FABRIC WASHABLE

I Ushers Union,' Mrs. M.; K. Heard, Amanda Clay who is-ilL Zipper Jackets .. .. $2.99
Invites You s President; Laymen Brotherhood Fine
Quality Dress Sox 4
pair 1.00
i Union, Mr. Carl Jones, President. Mrs. Cora E. Rowe and daughter -
To See and Out H
Try Rev. J. C. Sams, General Presi- is in the city visiting Mrs. 125 West Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

a dent of the Progressive Baptist Florence McBride who is Mrs. y h 1
State Convention and Mrs. H. B. Rowe's mother. While in the city

Miller of Green Cove Springs, she will visit relatives.Go .
the Best Buick Yet other
President of the State Senior Wo ( For Your Orthopedic Shoe Service

men's Convention auxiliary to the to the Church of your choice
New Instrument Panel Progressive Baptist Conventionwill CALL -
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A also bring greetings and give live by.
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and outline their 1956 program. DAVIS STREET
Andrews (above
New Power The moderator is requesting the ) and

New Dynaflow presence of all the pastors of the FLORIDA STARIN ,Greer Carson star in the new Warners' SHOE
western drama "STRANGE
churches that are connected with

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:'t'" Strand Sunday for a 3-day
Cell W. T. Minton ministers and leaders in regardsto
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Saturday, February 11, 1956 THE fLOUJDA STAR

i Edward ,Waters Prepares 'For Founders' Day Celebration lira I IAUei I

U. Aid Morris Browi Choirs I Stork I In "Voodoo Queen" Caste I StilI- qllJiH9

To Be Featured IB Musical Recital Deliveries wZb : --rwr-;, WHAT IS INTERPOSITION?

You have heard so much about E
T --T- -.j-jnij j. ... e.
y that word lately
The feature attraction of the 90th Founders' Day Celebration at Barn To: consequentlyhere
goes some revealing facts
Edward Waters College will be the presentation of the Choirs of ; put
forth by southern
statesmen when
Allen University, Morris Brown College and Edward Waters College Dairy and Rosa Hagan Pra- .<,.
.. they reassert the doctrines
in a concert at St. Paul AME Church Tuesday, February 21, 1956. ther's Apts.. Jax Bch. Jan 25/56. of"interposition"
Dr.-William B. Stewart presi- .ffi. t which has been i
Boy.Claudfe ; dead and buried for 153 _
dent of the local institution also them to Chicago, Detroit Cincin- and uanita Sharpe Interposition ..-:

announced that the presidents of nati, Albany, N. Y. and Philadel- 1077 W. Union St. Jan. 12/56. "" vanced by James was the.do'Madison in
both participating institutions phia. On several occasions the Girl .
drafting the
plan to attend the musicale. All group has appeared in Jackson- Van and Annette Anderson, 73 1798 against the ALIEN resolution AND of

three schools are operated under ville. Magnolia St. Jan 12/56. Boy. SEDITION
LAWS which
the auspices of the African Meth- The Edward Waters' College Tony and Ella NeaL Jr. 8161 were
A passed by the Federalists in Con-
odist Episcopal Church and are group is well known to Jackson- Maxwine Ave. Jan. 13/56. Boy. in 1793. .
gress The Alien Act
authorized -
among the oldest and largest in ville music lovers. It is composedof Edward and Lillie Smith Sr. the President to banish

the connection's educational sys- the Gospel Chorus and regular 744 Spearing St. Jan. 13/56. Boy.
foreigners deemed
dangerous, and
tem.Allen concert choir, both under the direction Arlexie and Emma Gray, 1521 the Sedition Act curtailed the

University is located in of Miss Ruth G. Gregg. Harrison St. Jan 13/55. Boy t4: freedom of the press. The two Aifl8(

Columbia South Carolina. Dr. The local aggregation has appeared Bobby L. and Geraldine Austin laws were aimed chiefly at cer-

Samuel R. Higgins serves as president throughout the state of Floridaon 632 W. Duval St.. Jan 17/56. Girl tain
political opponents of the A Up of the Pepd Cap to
of the school which is one of numerous occasions. Their James and Juanita Marshall Administration of John Adams, these outstanding young

the oldest in South Carolina. The style of singing the Songs of Zion 118 "Venus.Mars Ct. Jan. 27/56. A&Jt 'and created violent Americans who make our
; a reaction at country and oar eommBaitya /i
concert choir is under the direc- in the manner of our forefathershas GirL that time. I better place In which to live.FRANC1NA .J J1

tion of John Hunter. The abilityof won wide acclaim.A Nathaniel and Mary Davis, 55 t j 4 The framers of the Constitution \ : *

the Allen singers is well knownto special feature of the Found- Jackson Rd. Atlantic Beach. Jan. wanted a document that was a 1r

Jaxons as the famous "Albumof ers' Day Celebration is the fact 10/56. Girl.: of the
compact people of Amer-
Faith. Singers," a unit of the that all of the main speakers are Frank and Mary Houston 1203 ica, government over individualsand

concert choir, have appeared in graduates of Edward Waters Col- Franklin St. Sept. 2655Boy. I r. no state intervention betweenthe

Jacksonville previously. lege. The Founders' Day sermon Samuel and Lillie Gaston. 979 a o- li r,' I
S government and the state.
Morris Brown College of At- will be delivered Sunday, Feb. 19 W. State St. Sept. 30/55. GirL x.n According to Prof. Edward S. a

lanta, Georgia is one of the best by Bishop Carey A. Gibbs presid- Willie and Ruby Wise, Jr. 116? Corwin, professor emeritus of

known of the AME institutions, ing bishop of Florida and one of W. Beaver St. Oct 11/55. GirL A AMembers Princeton, writing in the Michi-
illustrious James and Alma Pollard, 417k :
having established an enviable the college's most gan Law Review (L911-12)) on the

record in the fields of intercollegiate graduates. Other speakers on various Broad St. Oct 16/55. Boy. .1 subject of National Power and .

athletics and in music. The programs are Dr. L. G. Longof Willie and Elizabeth Johnson State Interposition wrote "the

Morris Brown choir has been se- Atlanta, Georgia and Dr. J. A. 3018 Neptune St. Oct 18/55. Boy. f.: : .,\;;::....... _...1:%. _.... : .. framers of the Constitution had

lected as one of the ten best choirs Dames. Leo and Willie Dennis, 906 of the faculty players guild at New Stanton are shown no other object half so much at

in the United Negro College Fund On Wednesday, Feb. 22, B. F. Davis St Oct. 30/55. GirL above discussing their roles and lines in the forthcoming productionof heart as to be rid once and for-

group of colleges and has been selected McLaurin of New York City who James<< and Janie Ford, Sr., 2168 "THE VOODOO QUEEN" an original play in seven scenes written ever of that state intervention ':.. xr

to sing at the UNCF kickoff serves as assistant to J. Phillip College Circle. Nov. 7/55. GirL and being directed by Miss Norma Littlejohn. Shawn here. left to which had made the CONFEDERACY ? ,gyp.

meeting in New York City on Randolph of the Sleeping Car Wm. and Helen Brown, 1491 W. right are: Mrs. Elaine'Kitchens Professors T. Roundlree Clarence C. (under the Articles of Con-

April 3, 1956. The choir is com Porters Union, will be the featured 5th St. Nov. 10/55. Boy. Fears and Mrs. Clara Durham. federation and not to be confused STAFFORD

of 38 voices under the direction speaker at the "Youth On Eddy and Betty Williams, 1481
posed with
the Confederate
The Voodoo Queen" will be presented in the New Stanton audi- States of James Weldon Johnson
of G. Johnson Hubert. Parade" program. At 3:30 in the W. 8th St Nov. 14/55. Boy. Junior High School
torium on Feb. 20. with Mrs. Amy S. Currie. Mrs. Elaine Kitchens America) a SHAME AND MOCK-
Mrs. Grace B. Boggs, director of afternoon Bishop D. Ward Nich- Jlynn and Rachel Parker, 1182 and Prof. Clarence C. Fears in leading roles. ERY." A Pepsi fanfare for this

the women's glee club assists with ols of New York City will deliver W. Monroe St Nov. 19/55. Boy. DUVAL RESIDENTS RE- high is stepping the president majorette.She of the.

the concert choir. On March 4, the the main address at the dedicationof Timothy and Annie Armstrong, CEIVED DIRECT.MAIL SOLICITATION ; J. W. J. Library Club, an

Morris Brown Choir will launch a the H. Y. Tookes Library Route '9 Box 248A. Nov. 26/55. Jax Division To Conduct to join the Duval Coun- en honor as student one of and.the is chos-most

Spring tour which will carry Annex. GirL Workshop; ty Federation for Constitutional improved senior class.girls in the
Jeff and Barbara Walker, 3330

Ardisia Rd. Nov. 28/55. GirL Annual Banquet To Highlight EventIt claiming Government its,opposition an organization to deseg-pro-

DON WELLS ANNOUNCES FOR Fmred and Geneva Wilburn, regation. Leading the organization -

_ 1108 Evergreen Ave. Dec. 2/55.
in key positions were promi-

SECOND DISTRICT CONSTABLE Boy.Ernest has been announced by T. Aubrey Morse, Florida District nent names in business, profes- fa11l
Jackson and Claire 5671
YMCA Secretary that one of the important events of the Annual sions and civic affairs. Best '''''
Moncrief Rd. Dec. 11/55. GirL Conference to be held in Sanford February 17 to 19, will be the known is the political leader Ed-
Don Wells. local business man. has announced has candidacy for Rufus and Mary Hartsfield, of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y I :
program clubs of the State of Florida. gar W. Waybright, Sr. whose recent -
election to the office of Constable for the Second District 1116h. Pippins St. Dec. 11/55.i. Discussion sessions will be con- gesture of fair play in inte- 'e

Awas native Jacksonville. Wells Boy. ducted to assist advisors and Betty Anderson Asst. Secretaryof grating white and colored citizens

educated in the public schools Marion: and Gloria Dunbar, 1564 principals with any problems con- Sanford; Larry Pauline, Treas- into the Duval County Democratic -

-at.Puval ,County, after. which he Harrison St. Dec. 15/55. GirL fronting them. The,panels have urer of Jacksonville; Elizabeth Committee was hailed as a

entered the armed services, serv- Frank D. and Tommie Foster, been designed for fun,'fellowship Wagner, Historian of Eatonvilleand I living act of democracy in a sec-

ing in the Central Pacific area 1837 Davis- St. Dec 17/55. GirL and inspiration. Harold EuBanks Chaplain of tion of the deep south .
with the United States Marine James and Rosa Williams, 2429 St Augustine.Over .
State officers are Alzo Reddick ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THE
Corps, after which he returnedand Dody St. Dec 17/55. Boy. one hundred of the out- i
i"t, ,%L President of Orlando; Joyce'Dean, NAACP? Why not take a cue
became a partner with his Reginald and Verna Ferguson standing boys and girls of Florida
X 4L First Vice President of Sanford; from the recently organized Fed-
father. Together they have oper- 1982 W. 29th St. Dec. 18/55. GirL will attend this conference, with
Richard Barr Second Vice Presi- eration for Constitutional Govern-
ated the Diamond Printing Com- Roscoe and Mary Wright 212B the purpose of learning how to be I
0 boo dent of Ft. Lauderdale; La France ment and hurry and join the
for several years. Mars St. Dec. 18/55. GirL better Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y mem-
pany k H Klickly, Secretary of Orlando; NAACP, an organization not
Wells is a member ofthe Y' Oscar and Evelyn Senoir, 2018 bers. AUGUSTUS SINGLETON
against anything, or anybody but
Springfield Lions Club,.the American Lewis St. Dec. 18/55. Boy. Jacksonville is expected to simply to make the Constitutiona Isaiah BlockerT
Legion Veterans of Foreign John and Elnora Myers, :Jr. 923 W. 12th St. an 17/56. Boy. carry a delegation from Stanton
nation indi-
living thing, one
Wars, Disabled American War 1415 Davis St. Dec. 20/55. GirL Willie and Helen Williams, 656 High School, Mathew W. Gilbert, visible with liberty and justice salute b e this Pepsi-Cola young lad dealers who

Veterans, the Fraternal Order of Cleveland and Mary Jones, Jr. Pine St, Green Cove Springs.Jan. Isaiah Blocker Junior High, Bald- was recently cited for
FOR ALL notable services and loy
Police Associate Lodge, and many 1229 W. 6tht St. Dec.: 22/55. GirL 18/55. Boy. win Junior High, James W. John- JAXONS alty. Augustus holds mem-
are extending congra-
church and civic organizations.Wells Earnest and Evelyn.White John and Betty Mangram, 2043 son unior High and Douglas And- tulations to Dr. Archie T. Frazier, Baptist bership Church.at Philadelphia

is a member of the Baptist Illinois St Dec 24/55. GirL Payne St. Jan. 19/56. Girl. erson unior High. Several of the local
recently passedthe
Church and a charter member of \\4 .. I Thomas and Louise Daniels, Albert and Yvonne Crawford, Elementary schools will be rep- Florida State Medical Board.A .

the local YMCA. aMar 1287 W. 20th St Dec. 26/55. GirL 3114 Stuart St. Jan. 19/56. Boy. resented by their Gra-Y club N AMERICAN COLORED .

announcing,Wells states: "In Frank and Barbara White, 2962 Ernest and Mildred Sapp, 538 members. Registration fee is $5.00 Fulbright Fellow at London's

offering myself for election to of- Willow St. Dec. 30/55. GirL Jessie St. Jan. 19/56. Boy.. per delegate.The .
School of Art has been given an
fice of Constable of the Second also serve the people in my district Frankie and Francina Harris, Raymond and Esther Randolph, Advisors of these clubs and assignment for, a..n ne-foot aluminum ,a..

District, I do so with the sincere in many other ways such as 3245 Washington St.o Jan. 12/56. 712 Court C, Blodgett Homes. Jan. the Executive Secretary of the sculpture of the Crucifixion

belief that my character and qual- aiding in the question of juve-i GirL 19/56. Boy.Rudolph YMCA Branch are putting forth
for a new Parish church in Tile
w ifications will enable me to 'pro- nile delinquency and many others.: Israel and Doris Hills Sr. 3831 and Gloria Gaskin, every effort to make this Confer- Hill
a Coventry Housing development -
vide the high standard of honesty "Realizing these facts, I will Freeman Rd. Jan 15/56. GirL 3620 Pearce St. Jan 20/56. Girl. ence outstanding.
Carroll Simms won his Ful-
integrity and efficiency, and endeavor to establish the confi- Robert and Evelyn Mack 1448 Willie and Johnnie Chappell, Jacksonville's division will con- bright Fellowship at. the London i-J

above all courtesy at all times, dence of the people of the Second Illinois St. Jan. 15/56. GirL Sr., 8003 Madison Ave. Jan 20/56. duct the "Program Workshop". Slade School of Art :-

which are essential to the proper District as well as the County as Rudolph and Doris Galvin, Jr. Boy.George The annual banquet will be held NEGRO HISTORY WEEK. _

operation of this office."I a whole* by 'a thorough and impartial 3536 Ardesa Rd. Jan 17/56. Boy. and Edna Brunson, 3119 in the Academy Cafeteria, 7:00p.
the Association
sponsored annually by -
fully realize the duties of service at all times." James and Juliette Clark Jr. Franklin St. Jan.. 20/56. Boy. m. Saturday, February 18th.
for the Study of Negr
Constable are many. Some believe Wells, who resides at 541 King -:
Life and History will be cele-
that the serving of legal papers is Street, is married to the former! brated Feb. 12-19. This year the : ; '
I :
in this office Barbara Crutchfield, and has one ... t
the prime Importance < '
but I believe a Constable 'can child, a daughter. Donna Marie. Willie Mays Salutes Alaga Representatives association has launched for a cam- : ;:: .. ,?"
paign to raise $20,000 the pro- WOODROW HUGHES

motion of brotherhood and the New Stanton
a Senior High School
-, history movement. The associa- Hats off to another honor

ON THE WEST SIDE IT'S' s teykr ; tion points out that Negro History student the senior who is class a memberof at New
exposes fallacies which promote Stanton. He is the Vice-
President of the home-
: belief in the inherent inferiority room class a member of

MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES --r_ L1 of Colored Americans and aims to Shiloh Church Metropolitan and is also Baptist active -

show true picture of the parts in many other groups
1817 N. MYRTLE AVENUE .. t __ a I. some of which are the
--s 1 colored Americans in
k played by 'F cheer team. Glee Club
(Next TO Post Office) + history i d and creative dance group.CoiigrariilaiwM .

We Carry a Complete Line of THE 27th ANNUAL CLINIC I I
confab at FAMU was attended by

more than 115 physicians, dentists, free

nurses and pharmacists. The sessions Pepsi Cola te these

were held in the FAMU three Merit Award

w Hospital and Health Center, di- winners!

R rected by Dr. Foote and President Listen to Pepsi; Merit

Gore. Award MlatatioitsPepsi .a
.r a Cola TEEN-


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Fate Six THE FLORIDA STAR, Saturday, February 11, 1956

I News Of# Interest From Ail Sections Of Beautiful Florida I

Putnam County NewsBY I Participants In Wedding Event Students Eligible For Graduation


-- 108 Madison Street Palaika Florida At Florida A and M U. AnnouncedTALLAHASSEE

Phone East ,53025A

'[ T Ninety persons completed requirements for

z: THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK graduation at Florida A and M University at the end of the first

The self made man has not been made yet," semester.A .
"* breakdown of the graduates
Last week Miss Sophie Mae Vreen was our guest to the movies.
according to schools'and collegesis arts and sciences, Tallahassee;
This week we are inviting a young man to whom this reporter sendsan
as follows --* agriculture and Kate W. Richardson education,
apology for implying he is married. Girls he is not married so
home economics, four; arts and Tallahassee: Sylvia II W. Riggins,
gin him break., This young,man is a going fellow he
very easy
sciences, 26; education, 51; engineering education, Trenton; Mary L. Rob,
recently finished Central Academy High School.
and mechanic arts, seven.; inson, education Homestead:

., .and graduate studies two. Hildreth A. Rolax, education,

Mr. Earl Young is invited to be Smyrna Beach Man' stn : The complete list follows Annie Quincy;; Cora Louise Russ arts

the Florida Star's guest for,lunch Is Lab Technician, i M. Amos education, Brew- and sciences, Apalachicola; Jua-

Monday in the cafetorium of Central ster Hazel B. Anderson, educa- nita D. Scott, education, Perry,
In Washington D. C. II
Academy. Ij jLi tion, Lamont; Roberta J. Bailey, Lexanna Sellers, Pensacola;

I education, Winter Park; William Hattie A. Singletary education

Miss Sara McCloud who is WASHINGTON D. C. Pvt. $$ S. C. Balloon, education, Crystal West Palm Beach; Aleen Sloan:,
Charles R. Hurt, 23, whose wife, River Delores C. education arts and
studying practical nursing in ; s<'iences. Jacksonville
Mrs. Geraldine Hurt, lives in New I Miami Earl R. Brooks arts Wilma H. Smith
Gladys Hospital of Atlanta, spent ; arts and
Smyrna Beach, Fla., recently arrived _
last week-end here with her par- .and sciences Gainesville; Henry sciences, Jacksonville; Marjorie

ents Mr. and Mrs. Roger McCloud. in Washington, D. C, and is N. Brown, engineering and mech- Terrell, education Tallahassee

now a laboratory technician at ._- -- 1 :anic arts Tallahassee, Edythe E. Dorothy M. Thomas arts and

the Walter Reed Army Medical Bryant Brooksville; Johnny N. sciences, Tallahassee; Clarissa H.
Miss Lola Belton has returned to Center. WEDDING PARTY Participants in the wedding event of Miss Lillie Bell Owens who recently '
Butler, education, Orlando; Dan Thompson, education, Live Oak;
Columbia, S. C. after spending Private Hurt, son of Mr. and became the,bride of Mr. Frank Wilkenon in the Bethlehem Baptist Church with the pastor Rev. T. J.
iel L. Carley, engineering and Thelma C. Trueblood Tallahassee -
several weeks here visiting her Alston officiating are shown above.
Mrs. George W. Hurt, of 712 Ma-
mechanic arts; Ruth L. Catia, ; Martha E. Washington, education -
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ellison. rianna St, Memphis arrived in Shown here are Rev. T. J. Alston. Nathaniel Taylor best man: Miss Barbara Jean Cooke. flower
education, Clearwater; Charles II Tampa; Luther B. Weems,
Belton. Washington from an assignment girl; Willie Frank Wilkenon. groom: Lillie Belle Wilkerson bride: Charles Edward Smith usher: Mattie .
Chester, agriculture and home Sr.. Tallahassee arts and science
at Fort Sam Houston, TeL He Lee Nelson matron of honor Mrs. Emma Barwkks. mother of the bride: Wilhelmena Owens. brides- ;
economics, Brooksville Lois G. Mildred I. White agriculture and
maid and sister of the bride and Mrs. Dora Mae Baggs. mother of the groom.
Mrs. Wilma Porter and Mrs. entered the Army last October.
Clack education, Tallahassee; home economics, Marianna; McCoy -
Josephine Moore. recently returned Hurt is a 1954 graduate of Ten- Prenilla B. Clark education, La- J. White agriculture and

to New York City after a very nessee Agricultural and Industrial Both boys: and girls games were mont; Mary E. Coney, education home economics, Marianna; Sam

pleasant visit here with her relatives. State University and a memberof Central I very good. I Celebrates Birthday i I:Cocoa; Milton L. Cooper. Orlando, uel L. Williams engineering and

Mrs. Porter is the former Omega Psi Phi fraternity. I
arts and sciences; Fannie S. Cunningham mechanic arts, Jacksonville; Ben-

Miss ,Wilma Tucker. Academy t I education, Quincy: El jamin J. Wilson, arts and sciences,
The T.
Central Academy P. A. I
CREDIT UNION vin F. Dean, education, Miami Tallahassee; Rufus Wilson, arts
held its
bi-monthly meet .in the
This Star reporter motored to James V Dixon, arts and sciences; and sciences, Jacksonville; DorisL.
School last
Crescent City last Sunday to visit HighlightsThe Library Tuesday night. Martha L. Dukes education: A. Woodard education, 'Rich
his foster mother Mrs. Lizzie Wes- Have you got your membershipcard .
Jacksonville; Maeola J. Dunmore mond Heights; Samuel Wright,

cott. He was accompanied by :Mrs. TALLAHASSEE A dividendof Central Academy basketball yet education Lake City: Carrie Jr., arts and sciences, Tallahassee;
Alma Brown and Miss Lou Helen six per cent on all shares as of
w Everett, (education Tallahassee;
teams will play Fernandinahere Clyde Leo Young, arts and
December 31, 1955 was recom-
Brown. The American Government
Leon Ferguson, arts and science,
Audi sciences. Tallahassee
on Monday at Booker ; Lois Martina
mended by the Board of Directorsof
torium. Classes plan to go to Daytona; Miami: Salathiel Gaiter eJuca Zaragosa, education, Pensa
the Florida A & M University .
The friends'of Mrs. Ruby Beach to the exhibit the
many see on b tion, Miami; Altamease Gikhmt:
The boys and girls are all set cola; Alton E. Farmer, education
will be to knew that Employees Credit Union and approved of school
Mays happy development our sys- education Tallahassee Lloyd Eu
to get revenge for the two defeats Tallahassee; Sarah E. Ector, education -
she is after having by the shareholders dur- tem. Mrs. E. K. is
convalescing suffemred two weeks ago. Pinkney spon gene Hadley, engineering and Gainesville; Benjamin F.
been ill for the two weeks at ing the annual CU meeting held sor.
past mechanic arts. Tallahassee; Helen Stephenson, Mananna.; Charles J.

the home of her aunt Mrs. Lucy last week. established The boys and girls were glad to I Marie Hamrn, education, Ft. Lau- Williams Jacksonville.
The organization was -
Gaskin. The C. A. Band
see Damon Phillips and Ernest Marching is derdale: Lemuel L. Harris arts ------
in 1935 with six charter mem- to attend the Band .
making ready and sciences St. Augustine; Verle
Phillips last week. Ernest is in ti
Mist Leila Reeves H. D. A. for bers. At the close of 1955 the Festival in Gainesville.
Bernard Hammond a r t"s and
the AirForce.. Damon is a para
Putnam County visited the State membership was 750 with assetsof sciences, St. Augustine Mary L :
trooper. Both are former students ': '\ .
Fair last week in Tampa. $133,959.15. Since its organization at. CA. The young people organizedlast Hams, education, Clearwater; flutmliG
the CU has loaned $562- at the C. A. Auditorium
Sunday Lueida W. Hearst, education,

The many friends of Mrs. Mag- 23968. Miss Blanche J. Medlock suffered into a Youth Fellowship Belle Glade; Allen L. Higgs education 1Jip1
Brown will be to know In other action, the shareholders Council.
gie happy a broken ankle during a I Miami; James Arthur Hol-
that'she is recovering after a fall approved the minutes of the basketball practice session. There were 29 persons present. ley education Tampa; Joe N

several weeks last meeting received and ap? Earl Young C. A. Senior was 1Jrin1J-
ago. Mrs. Medlock has been out of i Howard arts and science Tallahassee ...
proved the reports of the board of i elected
school for a week now. She is FETED Little Bruce Forest. ; Alice H. Howell education -
Mr. and Mrs. Vanis Robinson directors Credit Committee, Supervisory girls physical.education Instructor. -I Cleo Higgins is coordinator of Deland; Clyde W. Johnson, NO UQUOR TASTE... .
Mrs. Jerome B. Forest. of
and(Mr. and Mrs. James Taylorof Committee Treasurer, We want her back. :and Prof. Fred R. Brooks and Dr.: son engineering and mechanic arts,i
Educational Committee and Nom- 1532 Louisiana SL. cele-
Jacksonville were very pleas : W. H. Higgins were present. recently Orlando;

ant'visitors Palatka last Sun inating Committee.New The Student Council. spon- brated his fourth birthday along. ,Lavonia Johnson, education, ,
Officers elected were as
day. soring Charity Week at C. A. The Our Superintendent of Build- with 34 little happy 'guests and Mariarna; Oscar Johnson, Jr.,
follows-board of directors-A. L. ings is really on the baIL Our
idea is to do all our giving in grown-ups ,in the home of his education, Tampa; Katheryn M.
Friends wish Mrs. Mamie Forda Kidd elected and to the Mrs.board A. C.was Briggs.J. Luther Re- one week. Mrs. E. K. Pinkney buildings keep that "just cleaned"I parents. II Joseph arts and sciences, San-

speedy recovery. Thomas. Other board members Student Council sponsor. appearance. ford; Virginia Joseph agricultureand

After having a gay time playing home economics, Dunedin;
whose term did not expire are J.
Miss Helen Spells has returned Mrs. R. K. mathe- the given Thomas M. Lee arts and sciences,
Ragsdale. guests were
pleasant R. E. Lee Jr.. president; M. S. Satsuma News
to the city after a very Sarasota Bernice Leonard educa-
matsics instructor at C. A. is confined ;
Thomas, member Mrs. H. T. favors. Pictures were also made of
visit in Miami with relatives. Nettie Mae Love
to her home with an infected tion, Bartow;
Stokes treasurer-clerk, and Mrs. the entire group while everyone
I Mrs. Cornelia Shorter
and mechanic art.
We that she will By engineering ,
toe. hope
I S. K. Russell, assistant treasurer- gathered around the party table
Mr. and Mrs. R. Shorter Gainesville
come back soon. accompanied ; r
clerk. and .the traditional birthday
Mr. and Mrs. S. Brown sang Vernice D. Love engineeringand
Learn Commercial Art Edward Jones whose term ex- song to the honoree. Delicious ice
St. to 1 mechanic arts Gainesville:
The Annual Student Government and friends to Augustine
pired on the board, was elected I cake peanuts and candy
Start AnytimeC. Day was quite a success. visit Rev. Henry who is in the I. Jayne Dolores Mills, arts and
Robert .
I. APPROVED to the Credit. Committee. were served.
Hall was elected to the Supervisory Kenneth Baldwin acted as principaL hospital there. sciences, St. Petersburg; Mary

AMERICAN Committee. Elected to the Others }n the high school The guests included Judy and J a n e Minton, education St.

SCHOOL OF ART Education Committee were Her- department included Earl Young, Mrs. Blanche Green had as her Clarence Matthews. John Lang. Petersburg; Arthur L. McCoy,

Mrs. Dothea Hardy, Eugene Oliver house guests Saturday many of Jr. Wanda E. Jones. Marilyn and education, St. Petersburg; Juanita
bert IL Harris, Augusta
Moved To New Location
her-fnends of Satsuma Crescent Beatrice McCoy, education, Phe.-
David Lemon, Ruby Crawford, Carolyn Fudge. Evelyn Williams.
106 EAST BAY STREET Nims I. T. Kyler A. A. Abraham,
2.d Floor Miss Emily Copeland, and B. F. Evelyn Nelson, Russell, Britt City Greenville and Pomona I Marvin and Msltonia Flynn. Irene nix City, Ala.; Earl C. McCray.arts .

Holmes. George Evans, Edward Bellamy, Park for 10, o'clock supper. The Taft. Iris Laverne. Arietta Jones and sciences, Winter Park;

Mae Thelma Lewis, Kinsley Ca- dinner was 'enjoyed by all who I Reggie Lynch and Iris Yvette Alfred L. Nelson, a r t s.and.

Heavily soiled fabrics often rey, Freddie Fisher, Ethel B. attended. Johnson Carl and Cynthia Harts- sciences, Daytona Beach;

.No .surgery.Deededto benefit from being washed briefly Stewart, Freddie Young, Latricia '.field Arthur Preston. Patricia N. Joyce Noble, education, Fern-

washerful Hampton, Mildred Burch and Miss Eddie Mae Walker and Jackson. Desiree Ball. Jackie andina; Rutherford Oatts, arts
through a 'second tub or -
reduce& swelling of fresh clean soapsuds.. If the Corene Williams.Mr. her sister Katherine Walker were Dixon. Charles Brooks. IlL Gwen. and sciences, Ft. White; JohnnieL. ,_ rasu

of their grand- Jr. education, Jacksonville Since
the house guests dolyn Walthour. Linda Forest. Al. Pandley ;
first water looks dark greyish'andheavy
III piles!, with dirt, it's a sure sign Edwin R. Williams. tailoring mother Mrs. Mary Wilson. phonso Pedro Urolia. II. Elouise ; Verdell Palmer, arts and 1721. .

instructor was in Jacksonville Robinson. Edward and Geraldine sciences, Jacksonville; Catherine
Im Adttert tats amazing new that clothes need a second
ata Blaa Pam instantly relieved your on Saturday attending to school The many friends,of little Mary Dixon. Mrs. Delores Matthews. A. Perkins, education, Coleman; RELSKK
jSaf torture Gave Internal and business. He reports a profitabletrip. Shorter and Mrs. Walter Wilson Mrs .Maudy Jones Mrs. Lula Wil Ella M. Pittman, education, Cot-

ecteroal! relief-wtthoat iDIredlenta surgery re. FLORIDA STARIN wish them a speedy recovery. son. Mrs. Leola Flynn. Mrs. Jean tondale; John S. Purvis, education The World'sMost

UCTgpalnjt4uiny instantly I Reduce Lane Mrs. Catherine Prince Mrs. New York N. Y.; Edwin A.

WEuins Qoo e heejlinc. You stt PATRONIZEFlorida Tillman. Mrs. Bennie M. Pleasant, arts and sciences, Jack- Honored Vodka
walt m:comfort!Only stainless pile EVERY The school paper is getting Quincy

rd BUtnTem F.ae9 Supposltotiis ready for the Valentine edition.Be StarAdvertisers Ball. Mr. June Forest and Mrs. sonville; SO& 100 Proof slide from Cola byLRelsiy

r OtBtrwt at fircszists. COLORED HOME sure to get your copy. There'sa Olivia Forest, mother of the Marietta B. Pyles education, I CU.CocktytvlII*,MdU.SXf

Valentine for you. honoree. .Tallahassee; Polly A. Ramsey

The C. A. Cafeteria continuesto D S'T00 t 4tI TNOIX IIT NUHSNE IMTrI 5 THAT

knock us out with those good AQ1dtv4 rl GOOD LiIEDANDIIOtrTE ALLEE7-I-OR ABLY
JI_ Et.tI'U, id OwSiE'S
.rfn X!
dAOURCLEANERS meals. That ham and bean scallops TELL VOJ ABOUT HAVih&A t ( y

was real gone. last Tuesday. RaRTYu //

Mrs. Battles, Mrs. Felks, Mrs. /- 7UN1GIlt't r, V y KAJI Dr1TG0

Hutcheron, and Mrs. Lane are tobe AMY A41DMEW,4

commended. They really look ,

fine in those just alike uniforms. ItAT
\ i RWr

t, 1
The Elite Singers.who were at (

the school auditorium last Thurs-

Jnc... day night gave a wonderful per 1

.. sir
.. .U: formance.
V jrn ''.a

Signs of Spring The notice on
Coach Oliver's bulletin asking all

candidates for the C. A. baseball Attr
team to sign up. First to write in M I F/t BO'' A R'SMY t'M50 piSllLCkSt K1liW YJU > / ATIONlI'VEJUSTGfJf GLaD JO'rCE- F RGETAAEin
5 HOUR SERVICE were Roosevelt Canty, last year's Y1t7UTNE
t7[} fL 6sT r./ t vrrt trwl>wlaHSDU'r50t
backstop, and Ben," nook" Williams JETiiAI.

ace righthander. / I
B..B if.lly Lsssdered sad FiaUhed :

,., .... The Economics-: Class Mr.
l' / Wright sponsor, seems to be doing

r I I .-.- 11' quite all right on the survey.
"" They are getting a nice rece ption

J from the home folks.

911 West Ashley 416 Main Street I The Sanford-basketball teams 0' '

played here last Friday night.


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: Milwaukee Braves Pinning, Hopes On St. Pete Player "' =


K FORMER GIBBS HIGH STAB I GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURY. I Lawrence Traded Moore Hatched All Time Negro

tr RATED PRIZE BRAVES FIND I .J 4Q7vRO-'N 7NEJIi>!GODOPUZZLEC: F'esrurs By Cardinals Against KingSAN Team -AnnouncedATLANTA

AlEE77./I.IS; Bur 7)fC'I ;
The old saying in the baseball Braves decide to farm him out I I CNAAfPlON OJAJOED n FRANCISCO-Promoter
language during these times Is will be glad to have him again ac,7..4 OECiS/OIV ST. LOUIS-Brooks Lawrence, The Atlanta
Jimmy said
Murray Wednesdaythat
"When you find a prospect grab with me at Austin down in the IN'GtiVE OP TNS the one-time work horse pitcherfor Daily World sponsored its twenty-
Archie Moore's 10-round
GREATEST R/ him." That is what the Texas where I will the St. Louis Cardinals first
oJ exactly League man- : HE CeNTURY a fight here Feb. 20 with Howard All-Sports Jamboree in cooperation -
Milwaukee Braves has done for age this coming season. Ill be MJ MAD/SON :SQCJAReG4.RD G-' farm halnd pitcher have been King of Reno will be non-title with the "100 Percent
Edwin Charles of St. Petersburg.This very glad to have him at second N,N5W >t'R' } j r traded to the Cincinnati Reds for Wrong Club" recently, when an
fight, not
FED 9, /940. merely an exhibition.
bright young prospect is a base. southpaw Jackie Collum, an ex- Murray was very emphatic in de- All-Time Negro College football
former star at Gibbs High School 11T Cardinal redbird.No team was announced.It .
nouncing reports that called
and he is looked by the terms were announced in
upon Buck Weaver the fight an exhibition. has always been an impossible
Braves as a prize find. the trade which sent Lawrence, "Moore's light heavyweight title task to pick a team that will

Charles was a sensation last f the 30-year old pitcher and Sonny will not be at stake, but it will meet the approval of everybody,

year on the Braves controlled Found Dead Senerchia to Cincinnati for Col- be a fight, and ought to be a good and since it is a matter of opinion

Corpus Christie team of the Big lum. General Manager Frank one," Murray said. An Associated everybody has the opportunity to

State Class B in Texas. The 20- Lane said he purchased, Collum Press story of Jan. 30 erroneously select one better.
CHICAGO-Many baseball fans
because he liked the lefthander's"competitive
year-old second baseman batted who have kept up with baseball referred to the bout as an exhibi- Here is the team selected! by
.333, but the fact that he battedin ability" and felt he
the Atlanta Daily World
116 runs is the thing that through the years can go far back would be a big asset to the bull- :
into history and remember the Ends John T. Williams, Langs-
caught the eyes of the chiefs famous Black Sox scandal of 1919. \ : pen.The 26 old Collum tion.Monarchs ton University and Zip Gayles,
around the Braves' campfire. Not year posted May
Charles Buck) Weaver the great .jL j\ Morehouse College.
only did he bat .333 and knock in a mound record with the Reds
116 runs but he had a 185 hit third baseman of the Chicago last year of 9-8. His earned run Quit Baseball Tackles Roosevelt Brown,
White Sox is dead at the age of 3.63.He Morgan State and Herbert Tra-
collection that included 35 doubles average was a respectable ,
14 triples and 19 home runs. 64. [ was in the Cardinal organization wick, Morgan State.

The question around the Braves'wigwam Weaver who was a star for the from 1947'to 1953. when he KANSAS CITY-The midwest Guards- Bobo Miller Howard

4 is, will Charles blossomout Sox from 1912 through 1920 collapsed was traded to Cincinnati for right received a terrible,shock, when a University and Frank Bogle,
on the sidewalk of a South bander Eddie Erautt."onnie Johnson S. Smith
to be another Henry Aaron. news release reported that the University.
Side street where he found
At the advice of Manager Connie was fcofotr Kansas City Monarchs of'the Ne- Center Red Dabney, Hampton -

Ryan of the Corpus Christi team, by _police. Through the years, gro American League may quit Institute.
Weaver fought a losing battle in '
.Charles will report to the Braves Mack To baseball. Quarterback-Tarzan Kendall
attempting to clear his of
spring training camp at Bradenton SPORTING For many years the Monarchs Kentucky State.Halfbacks .
charges that he and seven other
he will another have been
where join a top drawing attrac-
White Sox to Ben Stevenson
players conspired
hopeful who toiled in the outer Pass Up SouthPHILADELPHIA tion in the baseball world. Play-
Tuskegee and Tank Conrad Mor-
throw the 1919 World Series to C. PARHAM JOHNSON ,
garden for the Jacksonville ing an independent brand of
Cincinnati for $100,000. Cincin- gan State.
Braves last season Big John ; baseball, they have producedsome
nati won by taking the fifth gameof Connie of the Fullback John Big Train)
(Tex) greatest baseball
Charles is possessed with the a nine game series with the With the balmly spring like and losing 14 to them. When Mack, the grand old sportsman isnot players to ever grace the dia Moody, Morris Brown College.
Sox taking three. He maintainedhis weather that has come again;; the Russ Meyer was with the Dodgershe looking forward ,to bringinghis mond.
kind of spirit that every manager innocence to the end. minds of the baseball fans are beat the Ccicago Cubs 24 times
ninety-three South this
likes in ball He is years Among the all-time Monarch
to player.
eee a Buck Weaver was banned from looking forward to the time when and lost only 3 to them to break year for the first time since 1888. Durocher Next Yank
with free and greats the fabulous Satchel
well formed were
a easy
baseball by the then Baseball they can hear the old horse hide this up, the Cubs bought Meyer. Connie Mack, often referred to as
of hands Paige who went to the
movement, a great pair big leagues
hitting solidly in the center of the Manager Irvin
Commissioner Kennesaw Moun- These same fans will go backto The grand old man of baseball" after Says
He is of
and keen eyesight. a quick many years toiling on
thinker and always ready to take tain Landis. Banned along with calf skin. The time is near at the time when Bill _Schmidtwas has plot fully recovered from a independent teams. In 1948 Paige

advantage of every opportunity.He Weaver were "Shoeless" Joe hand when the barber shop statis- with the Cubs and how the broken hip sufferebd last year. went to the Champion Cleveland WATERBURY Conn. Monte

is a hefty swinger and is always Jackson, Oscar (Happy) Felsch ticians and historians will indulgein Cubs saved him particular for the Roy Mack, son of the former Indians under the managership of Irvin the slugging Chicago Cub

trying. Eddie Cicotte Claude (Lefty) long debate to prove their su- Brooklyn Dodgers.. It seemed to owner-manager of the Philadelphia Lou Boudreau and Jackie Robin- outfielder and former heavy

Manager Ryan who will be at Williams, Claude (Swede) Ris, premvacy knowledge. of the be a known fact that when Athletics said the family son, the pioneer of Negro playersin stickman under the managershipof

Austin for the 1956 season said in berg, Chick Gandil and Fred Mc- game. Schmidt pitched against the Pod- has not decided finally on whether the big leagues. Robinson be- Leo TJppyf Durocher while

talking about Q rfif the Mullen. The discussions usually consistof gers, the Cubs could mark that the .grand old man of baseball came an all-time great as a major they were with the New York
Weaver.hit 300 for the Sox in team. superiority league ad- game up in the win column. The would make hi sannual trip to league player. He is still with the Giants firmly believes that *?Lippy" -

1917 and .296 in 1919 both pen- vantages, batting averages, pitching Dodgers stopped that by buying Florida, but that he doubted very: Brooklyn Dodgers the team he will eventually become the
Learn Commercial Art nant years, and .333 in 1920. In duels and finally the best Schmidt from the Cubs but he much if he would go. broke in with. manager of the New York Yan- I''

Start ,Allyt..... the 1919 series, Weaver had 11 pitchers in either league. Very never got going for the Dodgers. Roy further said that his fatheris During the 38 years as owner of kees. Irvin did not give any rea-

G. I. PROVED hits in 33 at bats for a .324 average often the grandstand authoritiescan The Cleveland Inlians was easy in good spirits and is taken for the Monarchs, Tom Baird has sold sons for his brief.

AMERICAN scored four runs. He played watch the local team play and meat for Eddie Lopat while he a ride every day. He is still unable 12 of his players to the big lea- The statement was made while

SCHOOL OF ART errorless ball at third base mak- tell who will beat the other player was with the Yankees and after to walk and has to be carriedto gues. The rosters of major league he was appearing in a basketball

ing nine putouts and 18 assists. to the majors. he went to the Baltimore Orioles, and from the car. Connie MackSr. teams have had players sent up game at Waterbury. "I think

Moved. To New Location Weaver and the seven others There is a never to be forgotten his mastery over the Indians con- was to have visited Connie I by the Kansas City Monarchs. Durocher would go well as'manager -

106 EAST BAY STREET were acquitted by a jury in Chi discussion that was carried on at tinued and at the time' of his retirement Mack Jr. in Fort Myers this i Recently Manager O'Neil who of the Yankees. Of course

2.d Floor cago in August 1921 of charges of the Jacksonville ball (Myrtle he held a 40-12 record month, but the tri. pseems to be was at the helm of the Monarchfor Casey Stengel would have to quit

conspiring to throw the series. Ave.) park concerning.Felix Man- against the Indians. all off. I. a number of years became a first, but I think Leo could be

tilla and Heneyr Aaron. The crux Baseball is in the air/ the discussions I II full time scout with the Chicago the man for the job."

LEARN TO DRIVE ( TAX RETURNS of the argument was that Mantilla and arguments have already Your Negro Newspaper I I Cubs. Many more players have He merely said that Leo is a

Tfco QvkkMt Tka Easiest INCOME would get to the majors far aheadof beateln the teams 'to the been purchased by major league fine showman and will draw in
Form $240 Stands For The
Way T. a:.... Aaron. The discussion got in various training camps. Even Rights teams since the departure of Man- the fans and that is what the

AJAXDRIVING Long Farm $440 such a heated way that it endedup here in Jacksonville they are now Of The Negro People ager Buck O'Neil. Yankees want. .

NED JACKSONTAX in a bet on which nobody put discussing the potential replace-

SCHOOL EXPERT up anything.It ments for Horace Garner and

CALL EL 4-0639 133 Clay SL Ph. EL 6-3703 soon became known that John Covington. It is already be- .
A.M. Till
3 Aaron was hitting home runs for ing discussed that Garner will be

George Perpena the Milwaukee Braves while lashing the ball across the fence

1134 W. 5tFi Street Mantilla was playing shortstopfor for Augusta this season. ... "

OROWNHURTING MAM. the Toledo Sox. The usual Be on the lookout for the base-

YOU? case is that somebody comes up ball rabble it is really here.
on the losing side in every base-

WATCH THIS CLOWN IBeeedlaH Reel! ball argument, but during the discussion $

everyone involved is an Interracial Game
A f..crap N OU1 GRO Mee lLr6enNet
29-76-14 rra tar. etlee D a d eunn me.o authority.Just *
865-20-361 rrcaothIna3 ra.o.ad-vw about every ohter spectator Won By TSU Tigers

at a ball game can tell what

the manager should not do or HOUSTON Texas Another
4 7 what he should have done in a step forward toward interracial ,

9 7 certain case. They know how a :relations in the world of sports

o 6 player should have played a cer- I was made in Houston. Texas recently -
Blade Changing QuieterGillette tain balwl or how he should standat when Texas Southern Uni-

199-33-235 the plate. Thep know exactly versity and Corpus Christi Uni-
what kind of a ball the pitcher versity played the first interracial

16-50-2 should have thrown a certain game in Houston's history. "SCatvcV

BLUE BLADES batter. The basketball contest was

s..tf.et !*'. tilt IN HANDY DISPENSE The whole thing is summed up played before a crowd that num- r,
s....... ..' 4o .
MH wttfc20M in when "I used to play ball, I bered 2,237 on the TSU campus. .
odds, sabtractt
H. works fe oil .,...4 ..fadblodearparh.eaf would have done so and so." The Tigers of Texas Southern defeated keaa ,

t They forget that most of those the Tarpons of Corpus

FOR FEB. 18th 1Q os talking about their playing days Christi 8454. dwlm._ ..
was whn the first bounce was out, The game was hard fought
$ < 49* 'w.:-
96-60-32 under the house was out, a ball from the first jump of the ball ,

fallingout of the trees or rollingoff until half time. After that the ._
the roof was out. Tigers broke loose and was never :$
During the entire discussion, headed off. The game was tied

STWUCD "STRANGE LADY" they seem to forget that they three times during,the first half.

and were stars on the team when one I The cheering crowd watched

SUN. TUES. -PEARL OF SOUTH PACIFIC" couldn't pitch he would take his !the game in perfect peace and '
FEB. 12.14 of racial finer in American taste. :;
with Nothing
WEDNESDAY THRU SATURDAY FEBRUARY 15 -18 ball and run home and break up harmony no sign ,

"BATTLECRY" and "GLASS TOMB" the game. The hot stove leagues, disturbances of any kind. .

the barber shop board of strategyare

ROOSEfELT SKYVIEW now coming out on the cor- '
ners since the warm balmy CAL VERT '
S... T.... F..b.. 12.14 I I Sun. Tues. Feb. 12.14 weather broke forth. 01 STOMICIIPSET
Richard. C .to 1st Ran Thrills 1 "VIOLENT SATURDAY" ..,_,
remember that '--
"BENGAZI" Victor Mature Thriller Many of Half-alive.headachy.when constipation ..
Plus: Henry' F.... Wcsttra Plus: "DRAGONFLY SQUADRON" the one and only Jerome (Dizzy) relieves ours constipation stomach? BUck-Draught overnight.Help -:: "-- Calvert belong with the good things of America.It :
TRAIL OP LONESOME *>INE"Wa Dean beat the Cincinnati Reds 27 *sweeten sour stomach too. iJ has a genuine heartiness,a endlf"'I..Ii"he :
Wed. & Thar Feb. 15 16 :
\ ft Hum. Feb. 15.16 "PASSION" and"SKABENGA" times and Carl Hubbell beat the Lenets.STauf SmctD. pt Melts 01nIPt1( "" kindofwhhkeyguestsnotice-andappreciatete. -.......
"CAINE MUTINY"Pint Philadelphia Phils 44 times: At No hush herbs.grtpm Thoroughly Made from pare but .. .r 'v..
vegetable No where are, enjoy Calvert.
: Itt R.. -HEAT WAVE" 2 Technicolor Hit! the time the Yankees bought Red gently uncorks clogged intestines. matter you ,
Brings comforting relief in morning. ; Serve Calrert-it's at home with good lirinIN !.
Fri. ft Sal. Feb. 17.It Fri. & Sot. F.... 17.18 Ruffing from the Boston Red Sox Then life looks sunny. again Get 4 !

Randolph Scott "CELL 2455 DEATH ROW"Plus he hal lost 14 and won only one Black-Draught ro.ew a oveaerat toda7m aIana' .::1 ".- THE GREAT :TRADITION OF AMERICAN WHISKEY- Ji
"QUNFIGHTERS"NORTHERN against the Yankees, but when ... s M..ur1 e r.bida
PATROL" J.... W..,.. the Yankees bought him he wenton '_,,:,"']'n =wne :
U beat his old team 29 times r::=.. .n... -.r--f I CALVERT _I




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t.E..t THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday, February 11* 1956

I. Cooperation Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers .


'Chips Off The BlocksBY Oklahoma Opens Negro Employee 1 Wilder Club Wins Novice Division ChampionshipPlaces

Parks To Race In Strike Flail Third In Open Division Of! Golden Gloves Tourney :


Beware boy. February 14 is approaching. Valentine Day hasa OKLAHOMA CITY Racial Is Shot In Eye Wilder Athletic Club Boxing team won the novice division championship and took third placein II I 1 I

pedal significance this year. In addition to the usual danger one segregation in municipal parks, the open division in the 1956 Jacksonville Golden Gloves Tournament held here Feb. 6-8. l.::I
Wilder entered box-
will suffer from Cupid's darts, on leap-year the damage is twice as including swimming and wading ORLANDO Robert Lee Trip- twenty-five
bad. All of tfce> gals are cooking up special potions and they will dip pools has been ended! in Okla- lett, 24-year-old Negro employeeof ers in the taurnament for one of Tyndall Field lost to Fred Prince- defeated Phil Crawford, Glynco .1

the ends: of the little cherubs arrows in this brew so that the boys homa City without fanfare. the strike-bound Holloway the largest entry lists of the tournament Wilder; Henry Matthews, Wilderwon Navy; Henry Matthews, Wilder 1

will become easy victims and fall in the "tender trap." I'm warning City officials issued no formal Concrete Products Co.. of nearby decision over Dick Pouncey- defeated Don Israel, Wilder. .
The club had five boys to reach Glynco Navy; Don Israel, Wilderwon Open division: Charles Pace,
you boys beware of Valentine's Day. announcement on the action, Winter Park, was shot in the right
say- the finals in the eight divisions of decision over Wilson Sims, Wilder lost to Abbie Bacon.
Louis English was caught in the tender trap, and went down in ing they would handle problemsas eye last Monday he was on the
the novice class. They were: Wil- Tyndall Field; Jack Davis Sax Glynco Navy;John Woods, Wilder -
blaze of glory at St. Pius Catholic Church Wednesday night. Wish they arose when the big rush way to work. liam
Lewis, 118 HX. champion; I Navy defeated Shelly Rubbles, won by default from Alvin In-
him andfthe madam years of happiness and as the Chinese say, to the parks starts in the spring. Triplett was shot with a small
Henry Matthews, 160 lb. champion Wilder, open division. gram, Tyndall Field; Walter Mat-
"many boy children." Ji mrme caliber bullet but not seriously
Stewart, president of and Frank Brisbane, heavy- I John Woods, Wilder defeated thews, Wilder defeated Andrew t
Met a pretty redhead by the name ,of Dorothy Reese. Dot's a the Oklahoma City chapter of the wounded while riding with a weight champion; Clarence John- I William Gomez, Camp Stewart; McNeil, Wilder; Clarence Robinson t

racing fan and took in the events at"Daytona over the week-end. National Association for the Ad- companion picking up non- son, runner-up 112 Ibs.; Harvey Bruce Davis, Glynco Navy defeated Wilder lost to Rudy Lara,

Mable Best and Louise Richardson were socializing with her vancement of Colored People, strikers in a company truck. Love, runner-up 175 lbs. I Joe Murchison, Wilder; David Jax Nevy; Edward Phillips Wilder -
Kermit Thomas and Luke Mitchell the "unholy duo" passed throughthe said "one of our people wanted City Patrolman Robert Cooke In I i
a the open division Wilder had :Mills, Camp Stewart defeated lost to Dick Wallick, Sax Navy.
bars looking and hunting like the buzzard, "for something dead" proclamation issued, ,but every- said no one apparently saw who two boys to reach the finals: John !Leonard Oglesby, Wilder; Andrew I II Third night results: Novice di-

On the "Blocks" Manuel's is the first place to install color tele one finally decided that'integration did the shooting.On Woods won the 135 lb. title and I McNeil Wilder defeated John i ii vision: Ronnie Roberts, Glen
vision. We know all can't afford color TV at home so was the law and that it Feb. 3 Nathan W. Harrison,
you say you mightbe was voted the most outstanding i Baxley, Sax Navy; Walter Mat Myra defeated Clarence Johnson I,
drop by and sip and look at TV in glamorous color at Manuel's. in poor taste to ask a city of- 48,- a white employe, fired three boxer of the tournament. Walter i.thews, Wilder defeated John Terry I Wilder; William Lewis, Wilder,

Vernell Richardson passed driving a Caddylac She couldn't parkso ficial to proclaim he would uphold shotgun blasts over the top of a Matthews was runner-up in the Cherry Point I defeated Frmed Hoffman, Lacka-

she waved down an assistant to drive around the block for her. the law." car carrying several men he said 160 lb. class.Summary. The second night results: Novice wanlna; Henry Matthews, Wilder,
threatened him at his home and
Twas a loose car We saw Willie "Bill's Bar-b-que" Graham on of the Tournament: division: Fred Prince, Wilder lost defeated Steve Perry, Jax Navy;
told him not to to work.
his way to the beach. Bill is working on his place to have it ready report The first,night results: Novice .to Marinco Malanzo, Jax Nevy; Harvey Love, Wilder lost to Jam- {

when warm weather gets here. When the boys at American Beach SpC/'U? 111lJ/teJ division: Henry Spencer, Wilder Henry Matthews, Wilder defeated erson Reese, Camp Stewart;

start taking down the storm shutters, Spring is just around the lost to Norman Walker Jax Ronald Taylor, Sax Navy; Don Frank Brisbane, Wilder defeated

corner. I +(;t9 Jax Han Gels Navy; Dick Wallace, Wilder lost Israel Wilder defeated Eugene Robert Profitt, Sax Navy. :

Archie Theoplis Frazier is making quite a mark for himself in Larry French the former National to Terry Adams-Jax Navy; Ru- Powlin. Jax Navy; Steve Perry, Open division: John Woods,

the world of medicine.: In addition: to passing the State Board of League pitcher who was dolph Jones, Wilder lost to Floyd Sax Navy defetted William My- Wilder defeated Hermonse Gal-

Pharmacy exam and working as a pharmacist several years ago. with Pittsburgh Chicago and 4-Year ".Sentence Dawkinls-Jax Nevy; Richard rick, Wilder; Harvey Love, Wilder vao Cherry Point Marines; Wal-

Archie went to medical: school and has just passed the Florida State Brooklyn now is a Nary commander Mosely, Wilder lost to Charles defeated L. T. Motley, Lacka- ter Matthews, Wilder lost to Rudy

Board of Medical Examiners. Congrats to Dr,Frazier. stationed: in Washington.Not For AulD Dealh Alba-Ft.Benning; Melvin Young, ,wanna; Frank Brisbane, Wilder Lara, Sax Navy.

Dr. J. L E. Scott had as his guest over the week-end Mr. and many people realize it. reports' --. .

Mrs. George Huguley of Jamaica, Long Island. The Huguleys visited The Sporting News but A 45-year-old who : .. I r- I K :
French won 197 games in his career man, pleaded ; I
Jacksonville after spending several days in Havana, Cuba. This is Hd
guilty to manslaughter in .
which c
spanned: 14 "I
Mrs. Huguley's first trip to Florida. Her husband was a classmateof years. s
Criminal :
last .
always intended to go back and Court Wednesday, fT11
Dr. Scott at Lincoln University. You can imagine what happened
get those three victoriesLarry was sentenced to four years at the S "
when two old Lincoln of Pennsylvania men got together.On says. "but as the years went on state prison at Raiford. .

Saturday nite of last week, the Editor and yours truly rode the thrill of winning an even 200 Judge William T. Harvey imposed f.i

through the Eastside. At first we thought we were on the Daytona faded. the sentence on James Ellis .

Speedway because cars were zooming around First and Florida Avenue of 859 Ionia St, after hearing the 1T:1
Sporting News that
,at all sorts of speed. Then we thought we were in the Bowery reports evidence presented by County So- 1. '
there is
a new baseballparlorgame
when we saw the crowd and heard the language on the busiest corner licitor Harry W. Martin. ; ,)
making the rounds. It goes I
out that section. Last but not least we thought we were in Madison Ellis was arrested Jan. 24, 1954, j'
Square Garden or Korea when' the fighting started. To top it all something like this: You say, after he was involved in an acci- J .
"Girl in skimpy bathing suit t"
off we did not see a single one of our splendid boys in blue. Any dent with a car driven by, Snada ,
Everybody else has to guess the f.
innocent passer-byer could have been killed if the action had gotten Crawford Hughes. '.
name of a big league ball player
fiercer. If we don't have enough to go around looks like they would The woman was thrown from
For this one, the answer
get some more cops because they sure need them on lirst and Flor- her car when Ellis' truck hit her
would be "Don Liddle. Do 1C
ida Avenue more so than around 8th and Davis. car. She died the next day of head :
you get it? Don Liddle for the
To all of you boating, fishing golfing and just any kind of en girl in the skimpy bathing suit i injuries. y t ?

thusiast hare news for you. If you want to get a trophy of some Oh, welL I s L '9V

sort donated: contact the Schenley people. On display at the Tropi- ::

canaa trophy.you They will are see used a: set in of connection beautiful with dog the pictures promotional and a beautiful programthe Flack and Cliff Heathcote played I Funeral Riles
for two clubs in one day? They ?
Schenley company is employing to push its new brand. They were traded between games of a I
which is fine eight-year-old
hare Introduced: : Schealey's Champion a
double-header, May 30, 1922. Slated For
bourbon. So all you club members stop by and check with Jimmy : axon
Supreme Court Justice William -
Gill at the Tropicana: or Enquire.
Douglas, an avid baseball fan,
George Redd, the Ballantine man is telling folks how good his visited i Funeral services will be held
Russia last and
Pale India Ale'is. He calls it the little bottle with the big kick. We year : Saturday of this week for Edwin \
didn't see a single Red playingour 1 --- I.a
with him Ballantine's Pale India is a little smaller for your Hodges, well known and long
go along type of ball, reports The D. W. Perkins, attorney (extreme right) is shown as he installed: the officers of Theta Phi
but it makes up in favor and kicks Nip "Calvert" Sams I time resident of this city, who died
money "
Sporting News. "Athletics, says Chapter. Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Saturday at Daniel's College Inn. Shown are R. W. Gray, outgo-
and Johnny "The Great Pretender" Stewart are ganging up on J. D. I Wedlnesday of this week in a local -
the noted jurist, "are a big part of ing Basileus; E. M. Hurley'chaplain; Oliver Walker. Parliamentarian: William S. Scott keeper of Record I
"Mr.Goodwill" Brooks of Schaefer. At the same time, J., D. and Joe i hospital following an extended -
the Russian program and they do and Seals: Summer G. Wiles keeper of finance: Walter H. White vice basileus: Rodell F. Roberts
Garnett are trying to introduce Bill Graham to the Schaefer family illness. He was a native of this
very welL However, their national basileus.
? Ike White the Early Times and Old Forrester man, had the wife sport is and I city and resided at 3321 Moncrief
soccer they
out for a spin. Ike left the next day for Daytona and Orlando. Last Road.
see American baseball'at all. will be assisted by other ministersand
year White was the top salesman for his firm. He attended local schools and k1D ;
The Sporting News reports that laymen.
We extend our deepest sympathy to Joyce Joyner over the loss for many years he was the head
Louis, who is now making a of his own business. He was the Other survivors are: two stepsons -

of her mother. --. decent dollar as a wrestling ref- father of the Rev. Warner Hodges, Earl D. Hodges, Salt Lake

Jeanette Jenkins had as her guests over the week-end, Ruby eree, is still a Detroit Tigers fan. local Baptist faitht minister. City, Utah, and EddieLewis, this

Johnson and Mary Wilcox. All three of the young ladies are coedsat The former heavyweight cham- Funeral services will be held city; and others.

Florida A. & M. University. The young ladies returned to "The pion says he would rather see a beginning at 3 o'clock in the fun- Interment will be made in the

Hill" singing the praises of Jacksonville.The baseball game than a fight. now eral chapel of C. M. Shaw. The funeral plot in Greenwood Ceme- Our *irV liberal EjcK account1 fv

Louis Jordan dance at the Armory was very integrated. In that he's retired from the ring. Rev. Mr. Shaw will officiate and tery. Mr insured up to
had whole side of the Armory and oddles --- c;funded $c'ntf-
fact the six white patrons a The Sporting News reports that $11(1.000( jfe 1h*
of space and tables. Maybe if some of the topflight jazz recording Ted Williams and heavyweight Annuallyns$4yf e '
Reader's Reveals
stars come into Jacksonville, the white fans will fill up the blank boxing champion Rocky Marciano Article in Digest nation i iS> i* thif.Wnihi.VViSoT- and: toan fiUuraotc

spaces. have a mutual admiration society. 0

e"' Jefferson Davis is called Mr. Lenape. Almost any hour of tht Rocky thinks that 'Ted is the Jittery Pre-Menstrual TensionIs errto e Authorised Corporation by anami

day you can find Jeff holding the corner of Ashley and Jefferson greatest and the compliment is

down Laura Wynn of Fuller products has hired a press agent. returned by" the Many-Splendored So Often Needless Misery!
Young Mr. Robert Fields has taken over the position and is making Splinter. a .

some big deals. However Mr. Fields must have a co-signer for all of Willie Mays has been with the Do you suffer terrible,nervous tension stopped or strikingly relieved

his contracts on account of he is only ten years of age. Giants only four seasons, says The -feel Jittery. Irritable, depressed ... &tDand'WscomroriI3outoft

All of the old boys around 21st and Davis will be pleased to Sporting New, but already he is each month-lust? A before startling your article period in women Taken got regularly glorious, Ptnkham's relief 1 re- I.oi it ANt'i.

know that the one and only "Jitterbug" Jones was in town. "Jitter- the team's second ranking home READER'S DIGEST reveals such 11evestheheadachescrampSnervpremenstrual
tension. during and before
bug" is living in Tampa and is planning to move to Miami soon. run hitter with 116. Hank Thompson misery in many torment cases! is needle ous your period. Many women never :' L Street ; Phone KJL 5-XM,
He and his madam the former Irene Mabry both look welL Jones is leads with 121 homers in eight Thousands have already discovered suffer-even on the first day Why
coat how to avoid such suffering. should you?This month,start taking
still the fashion plate. He was playing a pretty green plaid sport seasons. With Lydia Plnkham's Compound Pinkham's. See if you dont

that was out of this world. White Sox statistics for the 1955 and Tablets,they're so much happier escape pre-menstrual tension...so
less tense as those "di: cult often the cause of unhappiness.
Margie Sanders of the Tropicanna was admiring a pretty bunch season show that while Walt days" approach! Get Lydia E.
of flowers she had received for her birthday. It wasn't Billy's birthday Dropo was not the most consistent Lydia Pinkham's !.i.ct.u'IIII. ....u ., Pinkham's Vegetable VETERANS

but she had some pretty Camellias especially the white and hitter on the team, ,he was tops in has a remarkable "raJed,3 e.t.!4 wnui f_t Compound.. .
soothing effect en r.Llel.erro.s eutra**, or convenient new
pink ones .Ralph Mitchell of 45th and Moncrief was out with the the clutch. He drove home 19 percent the source of such Weei.tUI rifle iui.,pui..* Tablets which have ARMY & NAVY STORE
Johnson sisters. Ethel says she is going to return to EWC one day. of the club's winning runs. distress. In doctors': : Wbr* tUt -. i& I tt -JL,."! blood-building iron

A few week ago you will remember we mentioned: Negro supportof George Kell, with 12 per cent, tests. Pinkham's added. At...druggists......-- 24 East Bay St. Elgin 6-1301

Whit insurance companies. A couple of issues later youread was second, but had more runs

where a Gen. Sumter M. Lowery insulted: us as a group and: caused: under pressure in the late "deci-

some of the members of the Democratic Committee to walk out. sive" innings. Dropo, besides MADAM I. JORDAN SPECIALSFoot

Next yoU saw where this same Lowery is running for governor on being a clutch man, says The lockers $3.95 Feather Pillows Blankets
from KNOWN TO MILLIONS AS Doable Deck Bynks Folding Cots Sheets, Towels, Etc.
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Sporting got
a segregation platform.To top it all off the same Gen. Lowery's name

appears on a pamphlet which contains some of the phrases he used: in Manager Marty Marion as also GOD'S MIRACLE WOMANShe

his speech and urged: all foes of integration to join up to "keep the being the league's best defensive 7 Is One Who Helps People AllOver GARDEN HOSE
white race pure." Now how does this all fit in? General Lowery is a first baseman.In .

member of the same Gulf Life Insurance Company all of you swear answer to speculation that x the World. She Is Helping

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