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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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Jacksonville Fla
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February 18, 1956
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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University of Florida
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JO1i, Police have all but given up :1 of :recovering the body of a broke out in a popular Moncrief Road tavern last

r. x; young Jacksonville woman who ]lumped into the SL Johns River Sunday morning resulting in. death of one man and the wounding of
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: : from the Main Street Bridge last :!Saturday afternoon another.

The missing woman has been

identified as Mrs. Gladys Ceazer, One version of the shooting,

26, of 640 Court G. as told to county investigators is
"I Will'lolTake +
x} ra One witness to the suicidal + >r r3 ub that Mathis was shot in the left

plunge is Leonard Sutton of 1207 M .: .. q side of the chest while he was
His Life standing in the yard of the
HONORED When the Alpha Jefferson who reported that he
Phi was fishing from a waterfront i tavern
Alpha fraternity tendered a Witnesses said the second vic-
GoverajhSays parking lot when he saw a Negro
banquet, for its new entrants it tim
George Calhoun, described
into:the river and
... U its. woman-plunge
-- aho-signally: longtimemembers. ....
did not come up. a customer, received two minor
TALLAHASSEEGov Le- wounds as he tried to take the
AhoY.. A. St. Two other witness said they
George Richardson
Collins said
Roy -Thursday he weapon from the gunman. One
center with his wife is seen lad seen the victim walking on
assumes responsibility for grazed Calhoun's'head and
James the bridge.They said they did not
being congratulated by the soundness of the decision"in another entered his left thigh.
honored see her when she made the fatal
Genwright after being
the.commutation of a death These witnesses told officers
for his part in obtaining the charter plunge but heard the splash when
sentence for there
Walter Lee Irvin."I were no threats or argu-
for the Lambda she hit the water.
Apsilon Chap
recommended this action ki.F ments preceding the shooting.
ter in Jacksonville.At and all other members of the Since the incident,occurred an Holmes, they said, started firing

left. Dr. J. E. Bush is presented Pardon Board assented." assortment of stories have been the pistol as he stood in a door-

a plaque"distinguished In a statement issued to heard purporting to tell the rea- way of the tavern.

ervice: by L H. Barney newsmen, he said: son for the young wife's dramaticend Another account of the Sabbath

ya "I studied the record in this' to her life. morning gun duel places the dead

case very carefully. I asked Police investigators report that man in a different location at the

44.225 Names two personal friends who are Mrs. Ceazer had told two persons ; time of the shooting and gives an
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excellent lawyers also to go -her mother; Mrs. Georgia Rus- argument over a card game as the

over the record. sell of 640 Court G and Mrs. Mildred WILLIE GREEN HOLMES reason for the flare-up.
;? Dropped FromRegisiralion ..held in tavern death
agovernor's "Under our constitution, the I Douglas, 2440 Edgewood

and Cabinet Ave-that she.was going to jump
governor are given One victim is Robert Lee

List! the power and responsibility overboard.It Mathis 40, of 4040 Moncrief Rd. Billy Dauels

to commute death sentencesto is reported that the victim who was pronounced dead on arrival -
life imprisonment. Their responsibility lad received letter from her -
a at Duval Medical Center
The Duval County Registration
list has dropped 44,225 names is executive by na- husband which caused her to about 8:30 a. m. The other is Gets Indicted

: Supervisor of Registration' Flem- lure and not judicial. break out in tears. Another wit- George Calhoun of 1018 West 8th
"No responsibility can be ness,Mrs. Carrie Hamilton of 1152 Street.
H. Bowden said because that
ing number failed to. sign and returna graver than deciding whether Community: Court ,reported that Duval County officers arrested In Shooting Case
any human being shall live or Mrs. taxi-cab
Ceazer got into a on
postcard by Jan. 30. The cards Willie Green Holmes, 32, of 707 I
die. Human life is just as sacred -
Davis Street near Third and told
were sent out to check the votinglist Vine St,Apartment A,on chargesof By Special Correspondent
whether it is clothed in a the driver to take her to Bay and
the first time in four years.It murder and assault to murder. NEW YORK Jacksonville'smost
dark skin "
or a light one.rhe' Main
stated that if away. Since news of the roadhouse .
was ,no receipt have to famous son, fabulous Billy
people a right
is"received-by those who have their to do I Dragging operations of the St shooting got out there have been Daniels, "that old Black Magic"
CommutationOf expect governor
registered by returning cards by what he conceive to be his Johns River thus far have failedto conflicting accounts of the gun boy has been indicted on five

March 1 persons involved may A whose yield the body of the victim battle. iIOIiI counts in the shooting and wound-

visit the office at 221 East Adams dory. governor influenced ac- and it is feared that- it has drifted ing of a fight trainer in a Harlem
tions are by vengeance
Irvin's Death Sentence Street so that they may qualify to or by expediency or out to the ocean. after-hours'drinking spot.

vote in the May primaries.The by any other motive other than axon Is KnifedDefendingWife An authoritative source at the
books will be Crimnial Courts said
registration two
the right as he sees It. is not building
Is Ordered Investigated opened at the office between 8:30a. worthy of the high trust the Probe Is Started counts charged second degree assault

m. and 5 p.. m. Monday thru people repose in him. two charged him with via

Friday until April 6, the last to lating the weapons law, and the
"Right or wrong, L LeRoy
qualify to vote inthis year's pri- Collins, as governor of Florida, Into JobBuying An argument over an alleged fifth alleged the discharging of a

TAVARES -Acting on the petitions signed by 121 citizens one maries. For those who cannot call have serious questions about remark said to have been made to gun in a public place.
Circuit Court during the day, Bowden has set the victim's common-law wife,re- Billy previously had been booked -
I of whom'is the woman who was allegedly raped the guilt of Walter Lee Irvin. TAMPA County Solicitor
ordered up a schedule of night hours. sulted in the pocket knife stab- on a felonious assault charge
Judge Truman C. Futch has a grand jury investigation of: His incarceration for the rest Paul B. Johnson last Tuesday dug
Collins' recommendation that the death sentence of For the convenience of those bing of Clinton Lee Hammock, 42, in the" wounding of James Jack
Gov. LeRoy his natural life based upon into
of deeper buying
a case
for be changed to life. unable to call during the day, of 961 West Ashley Street police ton.. 33. the trainer, si the Seven
Walter Lee Irvin convicted rape, presently known facts and the after Criminal Court Judge L. A.
Bowden has set.up a schedule of: reports state.Charged ty-One Ten Club about 9 a. m.
The governor replied in Talla decisions of our courts is justi- asked for
Grayson an investigation -
shot Samuel Sheppard to night hours. On Wednesdays, Feb. with the attack on Jan.. 3f. Daniels is at liberty on
hassee there is "nothing to investigate County fied, but as governor I cannot of "conditions in the school
Collins death and wounded Irvin as he 22 and 29 and March 7, the registration Hammock who suffered stab $2400 baiLA
except LeRoy judgment and I will not take his life. "
conscience. Both are was bringing them from prison office will be open from 6 system. wounds to the front left shoulder, New York County grand jury
and This is the course of duty as
coercion of a after the U. S. Supreme Court to 9 p. m. The office will be openon intelli- Rydolh B. Owens a former and lacerations of the left hand investigation of the case gave rise
beyond control or God has given me the
to ordered a new trial. He said they Tuesdays and Fridays between school teacher, was in Criminal is James Brooks, 39, of 1015 West to rumors that a bribe had been
grand jury. They are to see it and the strengthto
review by God and the people of. tried to escape. Irvin said they; 6 and 9 p. m. beginning_March 13 gence follow it." Court for sentencing on a charge Ashley Street. He was treated at paid to hush the case and that
were shot without provocation. and continuing thru April 6. she had obtained money from an- Duval Medical Center.There were there had been a delay in arresting
I have serious Charles Greenlee the fourth. A breakdown of names removed other woman in return for a three witnesses to the cutting po Daniels.
"Right or wrong showed: Negro Democrats, promise of a teaching job. She lice state. Chief of Detectives James B. .
I can- was 16 at the time and was unfenced ..
about the guilt.
questions of
to life. He has never contested 8,521; Negro Republicans, 625; ted the mother of 13 children pleaded guilty of grand larceny. It was reported the victim got Leggett conferred with the district -
not take his life of her
Irvin of four Negro his conviction.The : White Democrats, 33,327 and manslaughter in.the death After studying the probation into an argument with the asSail- attorney's office and later

youths accused was one of snatching the U. S. Supreme Court ordered -i White Republicans, 2,752. common law mate report on the teacher Judge ant over an alleged remark the reported there was no*evidence of

then 17-year-old housewife from .a new trial because there Roberta Richardson, 37, of 421 Grayson ordered Johnson to go accused is said to have made any bribe being paid or offerednor

the jurywhich Copeland St, claimed selfdefensein farther into the case. Johnson had about victim's common-law wife. any delay in the arrest.
their no Negroes on
her husband's side when car were
broke down down on a country convicted them and on Mother Of 13 the knife death of Samuel said previously that his investiga- In the fight between the two No motive in the shooting has

in Brady, 30, whom she allegedly tions showed no official in the men Brooks suffered lacerationsof been established.
of strong
road near Groveland the night grounds feeling was so
July 16, 1949. Lake County a fair trial could 1't Freed h killed following his beating her school system was involved. the right index and middle Daniels filling singing engage-

A shot to death Ernest be obtained.A Killing when she asked him for money to Mrs. Owens admitted bilking finger of a hand inflicted with abotUe. ments outside New York City, is

Thomas posse in Northwest Florida new trial was held in adjoining buy milk for her children. her victim of $745. She had ob- scheduled to appear Feb. 28 in i

during a hunt for the youths. Marion County and the de- A Criminal Court jury deliber- The defendant wasTepresented tained a total of $1,445, but paid Sgts. R. B. Whittington and J. felony court on the felonious as-

Sheriff Willis McCall of Lake.Jg&.m (Contfnued on-Page 8) ated for half an hour and acquit- by Ernest D. Jackson attorney. back the difference. H. Miller investigated. sault charge. j

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;*eje Two THE fLQUDA STAR Saturday, February 18, 1956



t. .-' ..itlfaM4, ty The FlerU. Star IM>"U;ki* c.. BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
When we read the utterings of men like Messrs. Fred Kent and
MaIBq AMnmt _
.. Or lex 561, Jeckmrffle 1, ,,,rIM .- __ -I Sumier Lowry who can be classed with the Talmadges. Bilbos
423.Breed Street, Jockae vfUe, FtorU PHONE ELGIN 4-3773
; t and Eastlands we are inclined to break out with a hearty belly laugh. t

ERIC O. SIMPSON ..._..,...._". Mwg6rg loiterLerey : But being a man of some re-

"$pibH WoshteftM _,_...__,_.._..... Mews Efitet straint coupled with that fact that mixing in our schools is just an

C. ,.,... Jokauii ........____.. Newt Staff Sr __-,_ : c we realize the seriousness of their excuse for attempting to deprive
lopsided philosophies we give Negro citizens of tbeir right to

Member of Associated Negro Press y way to shaking equal education opportunity. Ne-

y E- our head in..1 groes are not demanding the rightto
: >: pity that goodwhite attend white schools because

1. Negro Firemen. .: Americans they want to socialize with

.2. More Negro Police Officers.: t i' :rte are being:whites. They only want to enjoy
3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. ( ; .. i i misled by a the same educational opportunities -
4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the 1 { ; few politically and facilities as any other

Building Program.DISCRIMIHATIOR. ambitious men tax-paying citizen.,
y who distort the

r ,. I issues and mis- WARNING TO
OF NEGROES interpret the
Negro people'sdemands.
There are groups in this city
.? It seems that people like Mr. who throw out the propagandathat
there is a strong Negro bloc
/ c. r Lowry and those of the Advisory
NEED TO REGISTER AND VOTEWe vote In Jacksonville and Duval
r .?. Committee of the new Dirral
County. Actually this statementis
'/ County Federation for Constitutional
ir the fartherest from being the

have noticed that for quite some time the Ciril Service Government" are deeply" truth. This cry of a strong Negro
Board in,this city has employed a discriminatory practice f concerned about mongrelUation.If bloc is hoisted to spur whites to

against Negro citizens in this area by barring them from anybody is concerned about get registered and then get out
making application for a number of jobs. mongrehzation you can be assured and rote.
it is the Negro people. Mon-
The barring Negroes from making application to take Just last week one publicationthat
grelization in the United States
exams for certain jobs is accomplished by the Secretary of specializes in race-baiting
begun the white who
the Civil Service Board stipulating in public notices that the was by man came out with the statement that
invaded his slaves' quarters .
applications are open to "White only." Negroes are continuing to registerin
and the evidence is before us in
This.type of discrimination Is base and grossly unjust. It Is'' the thousands of mulattoes vary- droves. The fact is that Negro

is a discriminatory policy that deprives Negro citizens of the 't1.L ing in shades from pink and blue- citizens are registering pitifully
right to employment. It,denies them the opportunity to earna slow. It is obvious that certain

living from Jobs for which their tax dollars pay the salaries.i"AND NOW, SENATOR EASTLAND, OF MISSISSIPPI, PAYS HIS RESPECTS ."i eyed hazel eyes to chestnut we see all brown over with this 1 factions are endeavoring to lull us

As we understand the principles of democracy, all citizens "- country. into complacency'while, at the
Your mate or other colleague may same time working to stage a bat-
are entitled to the same opportunities, therefore all of the This
be much better at separating your same group and others oftheir tle of votes between the white
and State should
City jobs be open to all citizens, Negro or
kind who profess to be good
friends into the that want and citizens.
white the scholastic health and Your Weekly group
providing they can meet citizens would seek to circumventthe
only esteem and those who
age requirements. your During the 1953 elections the
want to borrow fro or exploit U. S. Supreme Court's ban on
myou "Florida Star" succeeded in encouraging
For the past two years the "Florida Star" has operated a Horoscope GuideWhich your generosity (23rd-24th). segregation in schools on the pre- -
several thousands of
free employment service to assist Negro men and women In text that they are against "mixing
The Moon ((25th) stresses the
Negro citizens to register and followed -
finding employment. During that period hundreds of women Are Your Lucky Days Foi value of good fellowship where. in our schools.**
it up by staging an inde-
have secured work through our efforts and by the same stroke
you work as well as the benefits It would appear that the pro-
any number of white and colored families have been able to Business Love Travel pendent rally: at the JacksonvilleBall
that healthful living create. segregationists fear that integrated -
obtain houseworkers maids and cooks to assist them in their Park so that voters could
chores. By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES 8-10'-281.77-15-299 schools might develop in- hear the various candidates offer-
ter-racial marriages. There is no ing for offices. That rally inci-
However we have become aware of the fact that there
SCORPIO need for such fears as statistics dentally, drew a larger audience
are a number of young men and women coming out of-colleges 23rd-24th.. You also can do some- Born Oct. 24 thru NOT 22 will show that there are not five than the official Democratic rally

high schools, business and trade schools who: are quali- Born March 21 thru April 19 thing constructive about your job, February 23rd to 29th interracial.marriages. a year de- staged in the same park earlier.
fied to hold positions other than as maids, cooks and house- February 23rd to 29th improved relations with em- The Full Moon (25th) should I I veloping out of integrated schoolsor The to the "Star's"

worker. We believe that these young Negro citizens are entitled The most pleasant part of the ployees and the financial arrange find you in the position of a per- colleges. rally' and response the large number of

to the same job opportunities as others; the "Florida month seems to have been reserv- ments that are involved ((25th): son wha has had his best wishes This cry of mongrelization and persons who sought informationfrom
Star" will therefore pursue every effort to bring about opening ed for this last quarter. Your The 27th-28th are ideal days for granted or who has received a the "Star" about candidates

to them. a number of city and civil service jobs from heart should be gladdened by the projects that are calculated to improve sum of money. Enjoy your social before tasting their voles is proof
which they are now barred. promising prospects of better mind and skills and
: your advahntages and cultivate the ties As long as you do not permit that there is no controlled rote.
In a city like Jacksonville where Negroes represent one-,' days ot come. You can help mat- to tel a loved one'what is in your with the friends who contributeto any one*to sidetrack you. or influence -I Instead it is an indication thai

third of the total population we see no reason why a propor ters considerably by applying heart. your spiritual development you contrary to your the majority of Negro citizens
tionate percentage of Negroes are not employed as water your ingenuity and cultivatingyour 4-10.55-16.87.126 rather'' than with those who always ter judgment, you should bet-j want good government and will

and electric meter readers. mental and creative powers are after something (26th- see concrete results from past and accept honest leadership and are
There are a number of other clerical jobs,in city government -' (23rd-24th). The Full Moon (25th( LEO 27th). Your plans and personal present efforts (23rd-24th). The looking to its Negro press to aid
offices that Negroes are qualified to hold but are unjustly may stir up your emotions in con- .Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 projects stand a better chance of Full Moon (25th) calls for an unemotional them in exercising their right to
barred from on grounds of race despite the fact that nection with your employmentand February'23rd to 29th succeeding if you can maintaidn approach to partner- Tote.

they are tax-paying citizens. health interests. Your marital There is little to interfere with secrecy, of utilize confidentialand ship, marital or competitive This year: we are going all out
It will be recalled that Negro voters were promised that, public, and other vital rela- your chances of enhancing your powerful connections (28th). questions. One good way to en- to double the registration of Ne-

members of the race would be appointed to posts as Sanitary, tions are due to take an excep- popularity and gaining the esteemof 9-100-44-13-67-298 sure peace is to put affection before groes. Therefore we are urging all
Inspectors in the colored areas, but since the last city elections -' tionally favorable turn with profitto those you cherish and need ambition when this is the of our readers to get downtownand

all we could hear is that there are no funds to provide i all concerned. (28th-29th). during this last quaretr., Your SAGITTARIUSBorn source of misunderstandings register. Do not put it off.

such jobs. To that we say: Who are you kiddinC? !' 1-20-33.17.78-695 powers of persuasion and mag Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 (26th:27th). Discus these matters Register this week. Then remind
The time is coming when the Negro voters of Jacksonville netic personality can be used to February 23rd to 29th with those who will share both your relatives and friends to do

will have the opportunity of voting out those officials who are TAURUS excellent advantage on the 23rd- Make the plans that you know your profits and risks before you likewise. We must double our

responsible for maintaining a discriminatory policy against Born April 20 thru May 20 24th.' The Full Moon (25th) indi- instinctively to be sound, and go ahead ((29th). voting strength if we hope to

Negroes In dty employment. February 23rd to 29th cates that you should finally upon which you can follow 1-10-50-88-73-431 make our votes count.
We therefore,urge our readers to: The home with the projects that achieve your purposes as long as through to eventual success in

BE ,SURE TO REGISTER. are associated with it are upper- you have played your cards right your chosen field. The Full Moon,

. most and should be your primary and have managed your financial late on the 25th, advises against PATRONIZE FLORIDA STAR
concern when you are making affairs wisely Circumstances may emotional impulses which could

Facts About InsuranceBY long-range plans (23rd -24th). cause you to do considerable run- retard your progress. Think about, ADVERTISERS
Steer clear of emotional reactions ning about in connection with and then proceed with important

when handling cash and dealing your work and family interests, matters without resort to forceful

TED BEDDING with the affairs of your loved ones but as long as this is for your methods or disputation which can
A series of aridles written In simple languageand on this day, and the 26th. The' benefit, you are not likely to object only antagonize (26th-27th). The FIDELITY, INTERSTATELIFE

designed to help the average man or woman 28th-29th bring you into contact too strenuously or lie downon 28th is a fine day to make secret
io understand the true facts about Insurance poll with forces and persons of an inspiring -i the job,(28th-29th). deals that will boost your earning INSURANCE CO.

des. The.series is being written by Ted Redding nature. 3-80-22-14-71-191 power. Make friends with those
an expert la the field of Insurance.As 5 40 -11 15 63 343 I who share your beliefs (29th). Offers a New Hospitalization "White Shield" Plan

a public service. Mr. Redding: will answer VIRGO 7-60-44.17-72-795 of Insurance That Will Pay You $100.00 per MonthIn
any insurance problems that readers may,have GEMINI I Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
Addition To for the
Address-all Inquiries tot Facts About Insurance Born May 21 thru June 21 February 23rd to 29th CAPRICORN Regular Hospital Expenses

Florida Star.. P. O. Box 581. Jacksonville February 23rd to 29th The troubles that may have Born D e. 22 thru Jan. 19 Full Year of Illness, With Additional Amounts for,

I, Fla. Marital, partnership and public persistently frustrated you in February 23rd to 29th Each Consecutive Year That Insurance Is In Force.

I was impressed by the attention that Dr. Walter C. Alvarez, projects shouldf not be delayed seeking certain conclusions shouldbe Adhere to the principles that
gave to Medical Insurance in his daily column that appeared in the' further as this seems to be the about over by this time. The ensure economic freedom and OFFICE HOME -
Jacksonville Journal on February 7, 1956. He said that Dr. Robert: right time for successful out- Full Moon (late on the'25th) discloses harmonious relations with those 614 BROAD STREET 1905 MYRTLE AYE.
Ph... EL 4-5425 Phone EL 4-1218
A. Moore, President of the Association of American Medical College comes. Whenever there are agree- that too much emotionalism with whom you have or share

:?', recently remarked that medical insurance, is becoming like i ments to be made, or documents I is not good for smooth marital or monetary transactions or interests This Insurance Is In Such Great Demand AgentsAre

auto insurance with.a certain amount deductible. With such insurance to be endorsed, see if this can be 1 public relations. Use your enthusiasm ((23rd-24th). The Full Moon, late Needed To Sell. Commissions Paid.T.
the owner pays the first 50 or 100 dollars and the insurance: done on the 23rd-24th while the! in moderation to improve on this day cautions against following Highest .
company picks up the rest of the bill He continues by saying: i possibility of snags seems to beat your financial and residential the example of people who L. REDDING General Agent
What is needed tremendously in America today is more catastrophic a minimum. Devote yourself to..1 prospects (27th). Inspired thinking want their cake and seat it Get
\ health insurance. Most of us can pay an ordinary doctor's I the family and residential aspectsof linked with your powers of busy' on the financial aspects of

bill but few of us can pay for the months of illness and hospitalization your life so that those who creativeness, should make; an un- your enterprises and press: for

that follow a fractured hip or a.bad auto accident Fortunately,i share your domestic interests will beatsable combination, and an unusually success (29th)., Opportunities are

there are a number of insurance companies which sell such insurance.I also benefit (26th-27th). 6.70-99-12.89-525 profitable one (28th). in the making for those who are You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
He concludes with this final statement: "Any good insurance broker I 230221267312CANCER f -sighted and energetic.

ought to be able to get persons this type of policy." I 28077.186359
How very true. With the mounting costs of medical bills no'' LIBRA LOW PRICESOn
one should be without some coverage. 'I' Born June 22 thru July 20 Born Sept 24 thru Oct. 23 AQUARIUSBorn

: People often inquire as to the best and cheapest kind of hospital-: February 23rd to 20th February 23rd to 29th Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
ization insurance that they can get. The only possible answer is I Efficient service and good mer- You should ,encounter a much February 23rd to 29ih Your

that good coverage in any kind of insurance is not bought in bargain I chandising methods will be highly friendlier atmosphere in which to Get together with the persons
basements. appreciated and well-paid on the operate during this last quarter. work hand in hind with STORE
When one is sick or injured seriously he doesn't shop i who can DRUG NEEDS

around until he finds a doctor or hospital that will knock off a buck: you as this is a better way to

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,Sctvrfey, Mm* 11, 1954 THE FLORIDA STAR '''' Tfcree

: Stack DaIder5EIks Alpha Phi Alpha Fete.New'Members-At. BanquetouwnciCiO I

Deliveries To'Hear SermonThe .

:BeraTa: annual sermon to the Prideof
Maceo Temple No. 186 of the
Independent.Benevolent Order of
Johnnie ,and {Annie 'Williams :
Elks the'World will be preached -
108.J4agnolilJ. ,Jaiu: .
20/53. .Boy.,
*to :.the Daughter Elks of this
Aaron and Margereeri.FeWer.Jr ,
City 'Sunday afternoon, February
,.512 Eaverson.-Jan 2O/54.. oy. IDA JAMES
a1 program in
l .
Henderson and Ceolar-Hudson :
the :Elk's .Auditorium 712 West WINTER OUTPOSTS
P. O. Box 203, Lawtey..Jati 21/56.
Duval Street; and friends are in-
" GirL \'tted.to join:members in the"annual Lips elbows., and heels your personal "winter outposts.'" are
: Frank and Nora Williams, :1363 'observance. prey to all sudden temperature changes.

Van Buren fit. Jan,23/56..GirL .the. ,
Delivering : sermon will be 'A$ Wintry winds and low-down
Albert and Louise, .Suruncy, the Rev.. Cyrus A. Weaver,.minis.ter Circle Makes Plans temperatures can inflict havoc on
1017A Davis S1..Jan..23/56.-GirL: of the Day-Spring ::BaptistChUJ"Ch beauty tem-
your program. Hasty
; Birthday FeteThe
Alfred and
Jessie'Hooker.Jr.. .
;, who will accompanied perature changes from bluster-
5931 Begonia Rd...Jan.'2 4/56.;Boy. ,
by the Ladies' Choir of his con- ing outdoors to blistering indoors.
David and Mildred Ultra Modern
Coleman, gregatsioln with Mrs. Ruby P Savings and dry out skin.
921 Brady St Jan. 24/56. Boy Benthone in charge. Ushers of i a TM < :'+t Sewing Circle will observe its your

Moses and Elmira Thompson board No. 1 will serve ,also. eleventh anniversary Thursday, A not-too-hot shower, oceans of

1650 Academy'St. boy,.Jan,29. 'Jdrs.!Hattie I.James, Daughter March starting with a programat soft luxurious soapsuds followedby
Charles L..and Idella Tyler;823 Ruler,,has asked all departmentsto 8 p. m. in the Young Women's a cold water splash-will close

Cemetery, boy,Jan 1. ,assemble in ,full uniform at 3 Christian Association auditoroumat pores and make skin less susceptible
Jake'-and Bertha 'Walker.Jr1 f1 e4;%Trs 1215 Lee Street.
P- m.a't'the auditorium of the Elk to cold gusts. Rub thoroughly
2320-Davis St, boy, Jan. 1. lodgees. Should further honored The president, Mrs. L.M. Harm II'' with a towel to remove all

James and Bernice Dennett,'Rt. guests.will-be officers and mem states this to be the program rough and flaky scales-focusing

9,.Box 114, boy.-Jan. 1. bers of Maceo ,Lodge No.8, of committee. Mrs. Orilla Anderson.: attention on o u t-of-the-w a y
.J Senora.and.Elizabeth.Dixon'41 which W. R. Davis is Exalted chairman, and Mrs. Ethel Flo' places. For plaguing spots, try

:Magnolia 51.,-boy,3an.1.. ( Ruler. Y Mrs. Bedie Singleton and Mr*. smoothing a heavy cold cream
Vincent and 'Gertrude Taylor 'Climating the .anniversary on Ethel Pierce. into the freshly washed skin.

%&Tauton Rdv boy, Jan 1. .. next-Thursday.andFriday: nights x. Mrs. Theo Oree will deliver tl:e
address and Mrs. Maggie Aaron Soap-cleansed lips treated to
Bok and Gladys'Tumblin, will.be a two night social affairin
Hogan,Fla, Gen. Del., girl,Jan.2. the social rooms of the rest on will serve as guest soloist. On the camphor ice and then coated with
Wm. and Ellen Walker, 1524 West Duval'Street. i s 1R' program also willl b&Mrs.Mozelle color will help you brave the win-

Davis St, girl, Jan. 2. St a V b Meacham Mrs. AI venice Mc- tery blasts. Flaunt your lipstick

Calvin and Betty McKennon, Queen Mrs. Thelma. Belliny and even when hanging out the fam-
Jan. 3. Mrs. Georgia Ford. ily washing; its protective oil and
1745 W. 16th St. boy, ..1
Samuel and Johnnie Stansell, Wedding Bells Friends are asked to please join pure color may be applied over

227 E. State St, girl, Jan. 4. wk in the supports of this event. minor cracks.
Applications for Marriage t
Joseph and Isabelle Newman, .
196ft W.23rd St, boy..Jan. 4. .Licenses
Bentley and Nathalie Porter, INGROWN NAIL
Charter Rodgers,-1018 Tyler:St,
111 Davis St.girl.Jan. 12. "". HURTING YOUT'mm.IIlGft
James and Lillian Bray Gen. age 23 -and Frances: Garv.n, 517 St. Matthew Chapter. Orderof a

Del., Grand Crossing girl,Jan.31. W. 22nd St. age 24. 4, Eastern Star will celebrate -
Ed and Wilhelmena Hamilton, Cleo.Owens, 920 W.-Ashley, their fourth anniversary at Cen- Ktftff
1735 Powhattan, girl,,Feb. 5. age 26*and1 Bernice Johnson, Rt. x t. s, 'i. tral CME Church Monday night. relief A f.w framtoraMtiMpam drop of OUTGROd bifaf tagnmrn'.i..1 mM.OUTCRO ..

Obadiah and Louise Stockton, 9, Box 230-D, age 20. Highlighting the program.will be .dl .llo..toagbm U....41 h..lo..dernwtb t.b.: eot.ad sew p tfa.to !..
1621 Grunthal St. boy, Feb. 11. I; Chas. B. White, J;, 2187 Thomas the Johnson Sisters of Dayspring ...an<.further able at pate all drug cad diMnfort.-- OUTOttO

Walter and Anna Jordan, 124; Court, age 27 and Thelma d w Baptist Church.

Orange St.,'girl, Feb. 8. Smith, 2158 Session St. age 21.
Willie Davis 1072 W. ChurchSt.

,.age 36 and Kate Dallas, 1072 IitPP#
New Richmond Hotel Room
Lavilla Civic 'Club W .Church St. age 32. : Dining
Jimmie Black 1920 JeffersonSt
i y
To Meet Feb. 22 ; age 23 and Jessie M.Williams, Sunday, February 19, 1956

I II I 1266. W.20th St, age 19. .
The Lavilla Community Civic' Edw. L. Huff, 1143Vz Lee St, 9. CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS

Club will meet Wednesday, Feb.: age 29 and Rosa M. English,
Choice Western Beef Broiled Before Your Eyes
22, at 8 o'clock in the Abyssinia I 1143Vi .Lee.St,'age 21.

Baptist'Church corner.Ui orfand i Samuel Harper, Bayard, Fla., .
Dewitt Streets. The president: age 31 and Essie M. Starks.Bay .

Rev. B. L. Wynn has' issued an I ard, Fla.,age 31. bAtlUUt.l' nut* new irymiri<'e.. *ino ru, Ih..twM ___ .,-t'- ... ._.._ chi v.J .
announcement asking all the residents -I 'James Lyles,1260 W.Duval St, Alpha fraternity are seen with their guests and the president of the organization which feted the new

of the Cleveland St, Ellis age 24 and Julia Christopher 1169 members'with a lavish banquet last Thursday in the dining room of the Richmond HoteLIn

St, and Union St. areas to be W. Monroe St,>age 21., the top photo left to right. are: Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Issard. Raiford Brown and Miss Ruth Solo-
present. Homeowners and renters L. Mack .G nder.-Jr, 1053 Logan .. mon.Alpha president 'William T. Harper.and Mrs. Harper and Dr. E. H. Washington.In .
of these areas ire urged to attend St. age 19 and Ida.M. Jones, the gay scene below three couples who'enjoyed the dancing that followed the banquet are seen.
this meeting. 1032 Ellis,St, age 21. From left are: James Genwrigbi with Mrs. Jerry Isiard: Dr.'Jerry luard and Mrs. J. Genwrighl and
Carrots and Peas '
Tossed Green Salad
Rev. B. L. Wynn is the presi-: Theo. Woodards, 1168 E. 23rd Mr and Mrs. James L. Lewis. Jr.
St 63,and Estelle Williams, Cheese Flaked Mashed Potatoes
dent and.Lawrence Phillips is the age
1168 E. 23rd St, age 53. .Hot Rolls Dessert
reporter. Jaxon To ReadInNCCoyHome Matrons Society Brewster Club Coffee or Tea

Evans Sr. Dies Trustees Bile Observes Anniversary Will Observe COMPLETE DINNER $2.00

The Young Matrons Society of
In Perry Residence, West Union Baptist Church will
One Set-up Served Free per Party
Against NegroRegisiraliois Mrs. Laura Harris, well knownin celebrate their first anniversaryon Its BirthdayThe Free Parking im the Rear of the Hotel
Friends in Jacksonville and her field, will present a Sunday, February 19 at 3 p. m.
elsewhere of St Clair Evans. musical reading program titled'Asking in the home of Mrs. Carrie Jack- For Reservations Call Elgin 5-1822 4-9534

principal of the Moncnef Elemen- Forgiveness", Sunday son, 1661 West 5th Street. Plans Brewster Men's Club, a
tary School, learned with regretof afternoon during the program have been completed for the pro- brotherhood affiliate of Brewster Johnny Howard Manager Mrs. Thelma Johnson Howard, Hostess

the death of his 'dear father whcih will be presented for the gram which will feature Mrs. Al- Hospital, this city, will observe its

George Evans Sr. as undertakerand BOILING SPRINGS. 'N. C. annual spring tea sponsored by| veta Allen, Instructor at James first anhniversary Sunday morn-
business leader at Perry, Fla. Trustees of Gardner-Webb Junior the Junior Women's Missionary Weldon Johnson Junior High ing with a program of worship

for many years. He died last Wed- College agreed Monday not to admit Society of Second Baptist Church, School as the principal speaker. beginning at 11 o'clock in Ebenezer -

nesday: and was funeralized Sat- Negroes to the Baptist supported in the home of Mrs. Cola McCoy, Since its inception this organization Methodist Church at Ashley
urday past in Mt. Zion Baptist institution.The and Clay Street s.
2842 Venus Street. The programis has devoted its efforts to -
Church Perry. decision came after a long scheduled to begin at 4 o'clock. helping less fortunates by making The Rev. Evan M. Hurley, min- :(1
for discussion of a report from a special ister of the congregation, will de-
He had resided in the city Mrs. Harris, a member of Em- available to them money, food
committee which conducted a liver the sermon, and in the forefront'will P OSNERWORLD'S
more than 50 years, and is resided anuel Baptist Church, is widely and clothing. As a special projectthe
by two other sons, two daughters, survey of the problems of posSibl. known throughout the city for Young Matrons have chosen be J*Earl Morse, presi-
a brother and other kin. integration.. her outstanding renditions.In the girls at the Parental Home dent of the club, and Jack H.
their "little sisters." Various typesof Whittington an administrator of
addition to Mrs. Harris, Mrs. the
entertainment has been pro- : hospital.
Essie Davis will give reading FASTEST SlUING .
a The service to be
I ,
vided for the girls at the Home. promises up-
THE SEAFOOD 'CENTER and Mrs. Edith Jones and Mrs. lifting and expects to attract large HAIR STlAIOHTlHm/ '

Blanche Miller; both prominent numbers of members of the body and
soprano soloists of the city, will Utopia Social Club .
the church and those of other or- tUCKUNSIW
Myrtle Avenue and Adorns Phone EL 4-1468 be heard in several selections.Mrs. Slates Regular MeetThe ganizations.

Lelia White will serve as /'you AI Ats IIUO s ITOId

mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. Cola Eutopia Social and Savings .... .., .. .... .... ......
SPECIAL McCoy will present Mrs. White. Club will hold .its regular Social 1 \

Mrs. Beatrice Cherry and Ale- meeting February 23, at 8 o'clockin ACHING MUSCLES ...
the home of Mrs. Geneva 'Ale FOR n IY MAM1.rODAyT
-lb. 73 zina Johnson, who are both Rail.,. .* tied. china ......
CLAW CRAB NEAT 5 Grant, 1192 West 10th Street alai Mr*
members of the Second Baptist ....with STAN BACK.tablet or powder*
Church where in various The hostesses for this affair are 8TANBACK oct fast. bring comfortimrobof.
they -
Mrs. Geneva Grant and Mrs. Josie ......._tko STAN BACK formulaoaiHnM
WHITE CRAB MEAT lb. 83$ forefront.capacities, will also be in the Laster. Mrs. L. Wflliams is the ..rslie.b for Mvoroj fact"lief",.reeori! .paia... tjrpo to*

Mrs. Cherry, vice president of, reporter.
the Matron Club and Mrs. John-

JUMBO SHRIMP ....... ... .. lb. 89* son the president of the Senior

MEDIUM SHRIMP ... .... .. ....... ..... lb. 59* Women's Missionary Society, will I DIDN'T
serve as guests hostess. as good as I could as

BEACH WHITING ................ ...... ....... ....... lb. 350 Mrs. Rosa Lee Glass'who is alsoa -
: member of Second Baptist > good as I knew I should until I started taking S.S.S. TONIC to

MEDIUM WHITING ...........................:..... lb. 25*
Church will preside at the piano. re-build my iron-starved blood." S.S.S. TONIC supplies that extra

MEDIUM MULLET ...................................... lb. 20* The members of the organization -
whose president is Mrs.'; Yt iron energy you need to feel as good as you should.. Iron Deficiency :

SPANISH MACKEREL :::_..... .................... lb. 29* Alberta J. Williams have been ....
Anemia slows you down. Start today with S.S.S. and

SPECKLED TROUT. ... ..... ................. ...... lb. 49* Setting plans for the presentation
of this affair for a number of s& watch how this potent iron tonic begins to perk up your appetiteand

STEAK FISH .... ...... .:...........J Ih. 59* weeks, and from all indications .X
to make you feel good again fast This combination of iron
KING FISH STEAK ..... .... ........:..'Ib. '49* this will be the most'utstanding
event in the history of the society. and Nature's own roots and herbs has never been_

FROZEN SALMON STEAKS .............. lb. 75* -
2 .a duplicated. Millions depend on S.S.S. TONIC _
SELECT OYSTERS ." .........-...,pt. 98* Learn Commercial .::
to keep them feeling as good as they should. mwe

RED I'ASS. .. ... .......:..................;Ib. '39j Start AIIyt.....
G. I. APPROVED Why don't you? Begin now to build iron- ..
: "FRESH WATER CATFISH .................. Ib. :49* ,'
AMERICAN 1k rich blood with 5.S.S. TONIC, in liquid or

LARGE FLOUNDER, .... .. .......... ....Ib. 35*
SCHOOL OF ART convenient tablets, at all drug counters. 1
MEDIUM FLOUNDERIb.. 23* Moved Te New LecatiM Mb _

BLACK' SEA- BASS .......,............................. Ib. 25.* I 106 EAST tad BAY Floe STRICT :S.S.S.TONICF 0 4


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Polo Four THE FLORIDA STAR Saturday February>> IS.Mt. "U
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I Zioh .. AME Church Is Ready For 90th. Anniversary I

ExcsplioBil Program Plauei Elected Delegates To. AME General Conference Meet In Jacksonville I

For Local 1 > ; t3. ;., t4i :
Coigregalioa Soon x

,$, 4Ia N 2B
1'A Y _
Mt. Zion AME Church, this city, the Rev. James A. Roberts a

minister, is preparing for the Nintieth anniversary observance of the .r f
founding of the church during the week of Monday through Sunday

February 20 to 26. The services each night will be held in the churchat

Beaver and Newnan Streets and friends are invited to share in

them.with members and others.A S '_ ,- .. I- '. .'
d6t' -k < C
week of various activities has

been planned in this regard with BAPTIST MINISTERS I __ ,'.

various departments of the con- -.: jt x
gregation assuming responsibilityon TO MEET MONDAYThe

one of the nights of prayer and
praise. Mrs. G. B. Gardner will Baptist Ministers Brother- 4 n 1P

serve as chairman over all, and hood af Duval and adjacent coun- w \ha

Mrs. Agnes Reeves as co-chair ties will meet Monday, Feb. 20, at

man. Mrs. Delphine A. Thomas 11 a. m in the Bethel Baptist a

will be the secretary general of Church. Rev. E. A. Crumby will ;i ..

the fete, it was stated. Aiding preview the lesson and Rev. R. H. k' a \ tom.

these three church leaders in the Wilson will give the order of the : F a % 2.

overall leadership will be Dr. J. C. day.Rev. a: w9a

Downing, Mrs. Evelyn Wells ,C. George L. Payne of Vic- k w

H. Barnett M. H. Barnett Mrs. tory Baptist Church, Bronx, New a

Adelaide J Jenkins Mrs. Mildred York, was the guest preacher at

Burdfine, Mrs. Gussie Cunningham Bethel last Sunday. Rev. 'G. W.

Mrs. Marie Calhoun Miss Miller is the reporter. 1t1- r

Angelyn Gray,. Mrs. Welhemenia u {. :,:W t ..: .. >> -:. -4-- ,..

Mrs.Rutledge Susie, Mrs.Culpepper.Goldie Cherry and Forum Set Sunday AME DELEGATES:' : MEET Edward: Waters College was the scene of a Whitehurst Grand Master C. H. Henry. Masonic leader and Dr. James H. Lewis

For St. Paul LeagueThe meeting of the elected delegates to the general conference which will be held this The photo at left shows a portion of the delegates from all sections of the state who I
To the celebration
highlight year in Miami. lathe left photo above is seen the Episcopal Committee which conattended the meeting.

there fellowship will be downstairs presented in dinner the so-of thirtieth session of St. Paul ferred with Bishop C. A. Gibbs. From left are: Hey F. E. Sneed. Her. R. W. "Florida Star" Photos

cial room of the church for members AME Church League monthly -
friends starter for forum will be held Sunday, Feb. Mt. Calvary District
and as a Sinai Church To Entertain Senior Board Weaver SlatedTo
the program. During the full 19, at 5 p. m. in the league room Will Present Artist
week there will be heard beautiful of the church.

church music and-from from both local choirs school of glee the members Christian are Endeavor looking officers forward and to One-Day Heeling Next WednesdayA Ready For Fete Preach ToChurchGroup Featured Sunday night "February -

19, in an after service recitalin
an interesting when the
dubs. Each program is designedto program
begin at 7:30 o'clock p. m. and organization takes time out to pay one-day session of the East Mr. And Mrs. A. Bacon The Senior Mission Board of St. MU Calvary Baptist Church at
Florida and Association Dora and Spruce Streets, where
Bethany Baptist
homage to the greatest for train-
last for only an hour. Announce Thomas Baptist Church the Rev.
ing boys. The theme of the Sun- will be held Wednesday. Bethrothal the Rev. Mr. Hill is minister, will
The committees and their W. C. Neal minister will observeits
seven day Forum is the "Scout Move- February 22, in Mt. Sinai Baptist be Mrs. Ethel Davenport Bannister -
chairmen who have planned the ment. Church at Lee and Sixth Streets Mr. and Mrs. Alvin W. Baconof 39th birthday anniversary The Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver well known as a gospel singerall
various details for the observanceare Sunday, Feb. 19, in the church minister of the Day Spring Bap-
Forum committee chairman A. where the Hev. H. H. Robinson is city announce the engage- across the nation, and who
with various type programs and tist Church, is scheduled to preachthe
ment and
pastor. approaching marriageof spent most of her life-time here.
W. Boston announced Sunday that
friends invited to share in
The Ways and Means, Mrs. their daughter Mattie Mae, to are tenth anniversary sermon of The is to be held
the discussion will be held in program
The'Rev.. K. D. Britt, ministerof each with their attendance. I
District No. 28 of Second Baptist
Madeline Jones Program Mrs. George Jr. of Mr.
;, panel form and will be centered Bruce. son and under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Second Baptist' Church this These services will be
Etta L. Deas Miss Ale- Mrs. Richard of presented i Church Knigs Road where the
Publicity Bruce Albany
; Gussie Paige in the interest of
around the Boy Scout Movement.On city, is moderator and the theme at the usual worship hours and
Rev. D.
K. Britt is minister and
thia B. Frazier Sponsors, Mrs. Ga. The wedding will be solemnized District No: 3 of the church.
the will be Charles Simmons
panel for the session is. "Strength Thru in the afternoon of Sunday, it Thomas Williams, a deacon of the
Music and
Lorraine Ssetwart; Sunday evening March 25th There will appear other artists
Jr.. J. H. Steeley, Ralph "
was learned. In addition there latter church leader.
Decoration, Mrs. Alice Skinner; Stewart, John S. Bradford, Jr., all at'6 o'clock in the home of the is and friends are invited to join
will be the
and the Souvenir and Assembly Eagle Scouts and J. C Jowers .The. session will begin at 9:30 bride. presented Sunday The servicese will be held in others in support of the effort.
School beginning at 9.30 a. m. the Second Church Wed-
body, Miss Josephine J. Lowe, o'clock with devotions conductedby
chairman. the Scout representative !romGeorgia's the ReC.. C. Daniels, the with Supt. Henry Young and his nesday night, March 7, beginningat
23 southern counties. fine teachers in charge. The Bap- 8 o'clock.In Anniversary Fete
Rev. A. Charles Robinson and the
Field Scout Executive A. L. Rev,H. H. Wright, all well known CHURCH tist Young People's Union will addition to his passtoral duties Planned By JaxonsA
Jaxons Will Hear Rudd, Chairman H. Argrett of local ministers. assemble at 6 p. m. and night the Rev. Mr. Weaver is Cor-
the East H. L. Cheat- NOTESServices
Divinon services will begin at 7 p. mIt responding Secretary of the Gen-
Singers During Event ham vice chairman of the West There will begin a topic discussion has also been stated that the eral Baptist State Convention and blind singer and evangelist
Division have great in- beginning 10 o'clock Leonard Sneed, of Birmingham
expressed at from
Junior Mission Board will
Sunday'at Truewill sponsora is a leading official of the St.
Robert Anderson, well known terest in the program and hope the subject, "Spiritual Cooperation Baptist Church will begin at 9:30a. "Seeing It Double" a program James Baptist Association. Since Ala. will be presented Sunday,

singer of gospel songs of Ccicago, for a large attendance of.scouters' and Means of Strength" and m. with the Superintendent Sunday, Feb. 26.Alexander. coming to this city as pastor from February recital 19, in an after service
in Emanuel Baptist Churchat
from both divisions. leading off will be the Rev. J. C.
of Brother Israel Hill in several the
and the Raspberry Singers charge. Deland years ago
Forest and Streets.
President Alexander Sams minister of First Copeland
Cleveland. Ohio, will be heard League Baptist Morning services will begin at 11 learned minister has always fostered -
Cottrell has asked all leaguers to Church, this city, and also a con- The Rev. S. L. Badger is ministerand
each night during a week of a. m. Evening worship will beginat Set a deep fellowship and a
Mrs. Viola Sneed is
to vention in the program
individual committee state.
be president
an 730. The Latimore
inspirational services in St. Step- Gospel close brotherhood between the

hens AME Church at Davis and bring at least one other person. At 10:45: a. m. there will be held Singers will sponsor a program in church he pastors and the Second sponsor.The artist is one of the leadersin

Fifth Streets, where the Rev. T. church class enrollment in various the church auditorium of True- For New PlantServices Baptist Church and the Rev. Mr. the field of music and expecta-

W. Billiard serves as pastsor. Matrons Are CalledTo classes, and beginning at 11:15 a. will Baptist Church Sunday Mar. Britt. These two chcurches have tions are that there will come record -

They will sing Sunday, February Meet On Monday : m. there will be held a worship 4, at 3 p. m. shared in each anniversary for numbers of persons to this
19, and through Friday night service at which time the speaker will be held Sunday at many years it was learned. and the other regularly scheduled
February 24. I in the sermon will be the Rev. C. The Stewardess Board of Cen- Alexander Memorial Methodist The Rev. Mr. Weaver is widely of the
Worthy Matrons of the local i program day.
The meeting is held in connec- C. Brown minister of Spring Hill tral CME Church will meet Sun- Church, Cosmo at 11 a. m. with known for his quality in leader-
Council of Order of Eastern Stars
tion with teh building drive and Baptist Church, city. The Rev. E. day at 4 p. m. in the home of Mr. the pastor, the Rev W. M. Littlesin ship, his profound and able mes-
all are expected too cooperate in are called to meet Monday, Feb-Mrs.! R. Simpson minister of Zion Hope and Mrs. Philip. Baker 1279 W. charge. At 3 p. m. ground sages and those who will attend First Born Is ReadyFor
home of
20, in the .
this and other efforts. 1409 Steele Baptist Church city, will serve as 31st Street. breaking services will be held for have the opportsunity to hear a Birthday EventThe
Willie L. Thomas at "
alternate. Reports of the commit- Stewardess Board No. 3 will the building of a new church. The sermon of inspiration and uplift.

Street at the usual hour. tees on revision of the constitu-. meet Sundap at 5 p. m. at the preacher for this service will be The choirs and ushers of Day Pure Willing Workers Holiness
for RELIEF off There will be a number of important
QUICK the Rev. Mr. Newman of St. Joseph
tion will follow.. church. Spring Church will serve, and
matters claiming the at- Union of this city will observe -

''HEADACHENEURALGIA tention of the body, stated. the Dinner will be served at 1:30 p. The Youth Fellowship will meetat Methodist 8 the Church.At Versiteer. members of both congregationsare with friends and guests in
5 p. m. at the church Mrs. p. m. Singers invited to please attend. the Pentecostal Church of the
leaders of the council. m. and at 2:30 p. m. another devotional -
service will be led by the Viola Mitchell president and. the will render a musical program. Mrs. Alberta J. Williams is pro First Born: at 1631 West 23rd

PATRONIZEFlorida Rev. R. L. Wilson the Rev. W. C. Rev. O. R. Roberts pastor. This group is noted for its singing. gram committee chairman and is Street, between Grunthal and

Base Palas of HexiutoNned Neal and the Rev. J. M. Hazelton The memberships of Jacksonville doing wonderful service in that Pearce Streets through February
Mission and the other
Cotton two
ft Neuritis wtttakk StarAdvertisers well-known pastors here At 3 respect. 21, next Tuesday. The event be-
St. churches under the pastorate of
Acting STANBAOK p. m. reports of boards state rep- Mary's SocietyTo gan Tuesday night of this week
the Rev. Littles be
will present.
Tot STANBACKa resentatives and a representativeof Give Tea SundayThe Mrs.. Edna Baker Hill Bishop Howard White is host pastor -
.ear frepmtioaIBtti Florida Normal Industrial Me- and Mother Marian White is
See7ea'tiY. Commercial Art A
.. ., Learn morial College at St. Augustine, Saint Mary's Benevolent Midway Church Set Will Sing On SundayThere founder of the Union.
q.kk relief comes. Start Anytime Fla. will be heard. Society will sponsor a spiritualtea Already on the programs have

... G. f. APPROVED At 7:30 p. m. the Rev. James Sunday, February 19, begin- For Sunday ProgramIt been Bishop White, Elder Carl
W AMERICAN Bryant, the Rev. Hardy Jackson ning at 3 o'clock, in the YWCA will be presented a pro- Andrews of the Pentecostal

r.rrrrrr. r.. SCHOOL OF ART and the Rev. Mr. Porter, all prom Building at 1215 Lee Street, and has been announced that services gram Sunday afternoon, sche- Church Bishop A. L. Smith and
duled to begin at 3 o'clock, in the
inent ministers and pastors here, support is asked of alL Sunday at Midway AME congregation of the Triumph
Moved To New Location First Born Temple Church at 825
will be Church Bishop Daisy Larkins
i 106 CAST SAYSTRUT will lead the devotional period Speaker on the occasion Church will be held in the usual
West Monroe Street, in behalf of
b. Floor and preaching the closing sermonof George B. Nairn assistant princi- manner. At 9:30 a. m. Sunday and congregation.
the day will be the Rev. HJL: J. pal of the school and Mrs. SallieC. School will be in session with the temple's No. 2 singers and Tuesday night coming there

Trowell local pastor whose alter- Wanamaker will serve as presiding Supt. C. C. Hart in charge. The friends are asked to join membersat will be presented a talent night

nate will be the Rev. W. Demps officer There will appear morning worship will begin at the observance. program in charge of the program
I Mrs. Edna Baker Hill and the
I committee. It is asked that all
another local fine talent on the program.
pastor. 10:55 a. m. with the pastor, the I
Heavenly Joy Fire Gospel Singers friends will attend.
,W. T. 'Miiln Rev. L. B. Washington, delivering and young Eddie Sutton will be

ee 4r. the message. principals with others. Mrs. Ro- PATRONIZEOUR
Rev. Madam I. JordanKNOWN The evening services,. will began: .
Your Buick Salesman setta Cohen is sponsoring the program -
at 6:30 with the his
p. nx parlor or
\ and Elder A. Hill is pastorof '
Invites You 1J TTosee..and TO MILLIONS AS appointee delivering; t the semoT.: the temple and church. I ADVERTISERSCHAMPION'S
GOD'S MIRACLE WOMANShe One of the special evr ts of the

TryOut All day will be the convening of the
Is One Who Believes ThingsAre
league at 5.30 p. m with the pres-
THE 1956 BUICK Possible Through God, ident Mrs. T. Hart in charge. S

Faith and Pro er The Spring Rally is now m process .
the Best Buick Yet
with the March of Queens to
She, To Your Faith February Clearance Sale
Says According terminate on.April 22. Choir No 1 Big

New Instrument Panel God Will Give You Power and Usher Board No 1 will serve' Factory-To-You -

O Sweep-Ahead Styling If You Are Sick Confused Crossed, Haring Domestic Problems. The weekly activities will prevaJas Ckawpio* Special .
Financial Problems or Trouble of Aar Kind
New Power Consult This Gifted Woman At Once The pastor of Midway AME Fine'' Dress Pants. ...... .... ..... .. $2.99Latest

New Dynaflow k' AND HAVE WHAT YOU WANT IN LIFE Church was honored recently by Style cad Febrks
the members of the church with a Sport Shirts .. $1.79 or. 2-for $3.50
SAMPLE ITS MOTION She Started Her Work I. South Carolina birthday party at the church par- Men's Tee Shirts -: 3 for $1.00
; IN Her Early Cild+A.4 -
Cell W. T. Minton FOR THE SUN SHINES ON THE POOR AS WELL AS THE RICH Among those who attendedwere Lere Sizes OmJy
,Special Prayer and Healing Meetings : Mr. and Mrs. Ralph John Men's Undershirts .:5-for $1,00

EX 8-0573 EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTNO son and daughters; Mr. and Mrs., ,Heavy Sweatshirts. -'". .. .. ........ ... ....... $1.00
Walter Daniels, Mrs. Sarah 100% Wool Flannel Pants ..... ....... $7.95DresS'

REV. MADAM I. JORDAN C. Clark. Robbie L. Washington Handkerchiefs .... .. 12-for $1.00
3161. Kings Avenue Phillips Highway Charles Washington Robert' -
125 West Street Phone
EX 8-0573 Res. EL 3-9178 1116 West 8th Street Phone EL 3-5323 .Washington and Anna B. Wash- Bay EL 4.1118.

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Satardcy, February If, 1954 THE FLORIDA STAR
Pao* Five

I "New Klan" Movement Against U.S. Supreme Court Blasted I

Solois Fighting Segregation Ban I Jax Ladies Sponsor: Unique Valentine Tea Campaign ,Fund

Described As Klan "Wiihoui Hoods"MIAMI ; Draws Praise

'p ;
ty T
BEACH George Meany president of organized labor The
Negro Livision
recently -
said Friday that several Southern governors and Congressmen have '
conducted: March of Dimes
joined a new Ku Klux Klan without hoods to challenge the U. S. Campaign
Supreme Court's segregation ban."
totsaling $4,437.24 to the whole of
Meany, head of the huge AFL- Duval County.
CIO attacked the white citizens
FOUNDERS DAY Charles D. Brooks and ArthurC.
councils which
sprang up thruout
Madry, two public school
the South after the high court AT NEW STANTONThe prin-
cipals, served as chairmen of the
ruled out public school segrega-
tion. The ..., effort and enjoyed a large success.
executive coun- New Stanton 1. t ;
High School
i They state they are pleased, and
cil charged that the "brutal"movement
Parent-Teacher Association will the other drive leaders, with the
is now organized in 44 present a special Founders' Day cooperation and assistance received .

states. program and a tea in the school from all citizens in the city

Meany said in addition to gov- library on Sunday, February 19, and county and their friends.
ernors, U. S. senators and representatives from 4 to 6 p. m. Mrs.. Willie D t John Matthews, an attorney

the movement has Lucas, vice president of the body here, and chairman of the Duval I WA
among" its leaders and sponsors makes the statement: County Campaign reported he
many judges and local and state Mrs. Lucas states that the program was proud of the role the Negro i

politicians.He is being presented in accord- .1 citizens played in the 1956 cam- A Up ct the repd Cap to

did not mention, any names, ance with the County P-TA plan paign, and added how grateful he Americans these entstaadinf who make young our
but in :Mississippi DemocraticSen. and practices. The plan was en- .. "' was to the men and women in all country and our community /
James O. Eastland and Dem- dorsed Monday night at the TEA SPONSORS One of the colorful events of last Sunday was the Valentine Tea held by the ranks of leadership and the special I a better plate in which to Un.r'J 1'1r

ocratic Rep. John Bell Williams group's meeting and the program Choir of Central CME Church at 1313 Sielle Street. The sponsors of the event are seen above with the services of all to such a \ *

announced publicly they, are for Sunday was planned at that principal speaker for the occasion. From left to right are: Mrs. V. Robinson: Mrs. M. J. Bradley. the worthwhile cause.
members of the White Citizens time.It guest speaker: Mrs. A. N. Session and Mrs. E. B. Cox.

Council and "proud of it." was stated further that the

Meany said the various New Stanton faculty will not pre- I State Hi-Y and Tri-Hi
councils -
organized into the Federationfor sent "The Voodoo Queen" on Feb. I Brotherhood Satsuma NewsBy I Still Is FoundIn Confab Set In Sanford

Constitutional Government in 20, as planned due to reasons over I

Memphis last Dec. 28. He charged which the group had no control, I Officers Will Mrs. Cornelia Shorter Local HomeA SANFORD The State Hi-Y .

that they are deliberately ""hiding but will present it next month, Mrs. Eula Mae Wilson, had as and Tri Hi-Y Conference will beheld '

under this misleading name while the time to be given. Speak In City her house guests Sunday her pas- in Sanford this week Friday

challenging the authority of the Cleanup Campaign A Big tor and his wife the Rev. and Mrs. moonshine still was found through Sunday, February 19, in

Supreme Court and the guaran- Success Starkes, and also her,mother Mrs. last Friday in a well-known sec Grooms Academy and it is asked I
tees of civil rights in our constitu Charles D. Brooks principal and .I The Jacksonville Division Brotherhood Marion Hamilton. tion of the city by federal officers, that all members officers and ad.
tion." Clyde Lockley president of the I. of Sleeping Car Porters city and county police when they visors please attend according to

Student Council at New Stanton will hold a series of meetings at Rosa Lee Wilson has returnedto raided a home at 1479 Steele St. Jesse W. Word, Jacksonville
Senior High School both are the Clara White Mission 613 W. Arthur Lewis McIntyre was ar
Crippled Children I the city, after having spent an YMCA executive secretary. He
agreed that the cleanup campaignthat Ashley St. at 11 A. M. February enjoyable time in Tampa attend- rested in the raid.A also stated the cost for each dele-
Committee, Is ReadyThe got under way this week at i 21, 22 and 23. ing the State Fair. 16-year-old girl and her smallbaby gate and the transportation fee. GWENDOLYN DELL

the school has proven to be highly I During these meetings the who lived in the house, He also stressed that registration James Weldon CLARK Johnson

crippled children's committee successful, ,I speakers will be A. Philip Ran- Little F. Wilson celebrated his were placed in juvenile shelter should be made early and The Junior High School

of the Friendly Westside dolph, International President; M. 4th birthday Feb. 2, at his home after the raid. sent to Mrs. D. A. Thomas Pepsi-Cola this httle dealer lady who salutes -

Ushers Union will observe its first Anderson Called ;P. Webster, First InternationalVice and .his only guests were the Officers found a 300-gallon copper Crooms Academy Sanford, Flor- is geant-pf-Armt an honor student of the Ser-

anniversary Monday night com President and B. F. McLau- Johnson children. still pot, a 50-gallon flake ida. Mr. Word may also be reach- ninth trade class and Vice
For President of the
ing in Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist Monday NightThe rin. Field Organizer, Mr. Ran- stand, 1,000 gallons of working ed at 415 Broad Street, this city. Dance Club. Active Creative mem-
Church at Myrtle Avenue and dolph, who has been elected Vice- Mr. and Mrs. Shorter were the I mash in 20 55-gallon fermentersand ber of Club Debating and team.Student Library -

FourthStreet.. The program will Douglas Anderson Junior president of the AFL-CIO will be house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elija 24 gallons of moonshine.The CounciL

begin at 8 o'clock and here it is: High School ,Band Parents will the principal speaker at these Burns Sunday in Palatka, Fla. house raided is located two. Han Set Free
Selection the choral class and meet Monday night in the audi- three days meetings. blocks off Myrtle Avenue and I

prayer by Philip Alback,followedby torium of the schooL ,All.parents All porters and their familiesare On sick list for this week are four blocks from Kings Road. I
a scripture reading. A selec- interested in the movement' -are asked toattend., The wage Mrs. Cornelia Shorter Mr. Walter north, inside the city limits. I In Harder CaseNEW .
tion 'of music will follow after- requested to be present. increase and the Health and Wel- Wilson Mrs. Georgia Barlow and II I r- ,

which the presiding officer Mrs Mrs. Mozell Jones, president, fare Plan will be explained ,at Mr. White Barlow. Friends wish
Annie L. Barr will be presented.Mrs. and Chester Cowart, principal, each session. Other matters of importance them a speedy recovery.the Physical Education I returned SMYRNA A coroner'sjury
a of "acci-
Thelma, Edwards will give are stressing the urgent businessto will also be discussed.The Head At
dental death" in the case of Geo.,
be transacted.
the welcome address,followed by Pre-Spring Dance Thurs-
Named To NAIC Sparrow 50 an Oak Hill Negro
the response by Miss Susan Beu- day evening Feb. 23, at the Two- public is invited to join the I R.RAYMOND.
resident who died after
drex and a vocal solo by Jerome c "They are the Ku Klux Klan Spot Night Club will climax the Porters and their families in en- a fight x
at the Oak Hill bus station Sun-
Forrest. without hoods," he said. visit of the International officers. joying this affair. GRAMBUNG, La. (Special-
Dr. Charles D. Henry of the department day.David
of health and physical Singleton 30, another
education at Grambling Collegehas Oak Hill Negro resident, who had
t Edward Wafers Dedicates Library Annex been appointed to member- been held for investigation of

ship on two National Associationof I murder, was released when wit- I
Intercollegiate Athletics com- nesses testified he did not hit
mittees.E. Sparrow hard enough to cause i

D. "Gus" Fish publicity director him to fall. WILSON
for the NAIA, said Henrywas They testified Singleton 'slap-
ped Sparrow who fell to the floor James Weldon Johnson
appointed as one of two rep- Junior High School
",.. : ; resentatives from the Mid-West striking his head on the concrete.He Hats off to the cocaptainof
died several hours later. the J.WJ. school patrol -
.. ::l. conference for District 29. This is
This youngster is the
is a liaison committee between The inquest was held before president of his class, an
Coroner Robert H. Matthews. nonor student and an active -
execuitve officials and various
member of the Stu-
chairmen of the district. dent Council and Verse
IFi Speaking Choir.
4( The other appointment was to
; the national membership commit Judge Gooding Gives

;e tee of the, association. Eight men Warning To Youths
from various geographical areas Who Go In Taverns
of the country comprise the com 1
: L-1 mittee.
Juvenile Court Judge Marion

W. Gooding stated Tuesday "strict
;-. I- court action would follow
"" Jaxons Attend
: ; a arrests of teen-agers in places that

: ______ serve intoxicating drinks."
f F'tl Stale FairTAMPA
i x a rwoaLaaso+ .,. .... e Huge The judge's warning came after

AN EXTERIOR SCENE ,OF THE NEW BUILDING he gave a suspended sentence to

Judging fat steers the Florida Industrial School for "'
and a Braham cattle sale were Girls for "a 16-year-old, girl who ..;,:

features Friday of the livestock was tried.for frequenting a tavern

show at the Florida State Fair way out Franklin Street. The

and several Negro citizens, mostlythe place was closed early Saturdayafter ,il
iI younger ones, were cited dur- a juint raid by city and state _..- .;i .i

ing the day. It was also Negro officials. DORIS MOULTRIE

Achievement Day. At a grand. Judge Gooding said in the future Isaiah Blocker Junior
stand program awards were made teen-agers would be committed High SchoolA
for outstanding accomplishmentsby to state industrial schools salute to this )'ounlus
who was recently cited
Negro farm groups during the when they are "picked up in so- for ,notable services and
called loyalty in the Patrol Unit.
juke joints.
past year. Doris is an active Sunday
Ie The New Farmers of America "It is unthinkable that any father School worker a memberof
the young people'schoir
held their annual competition i or mother would take his and Vice President
I.M nchild I of the Young People'sEducational
ra txs N iA >}< judging cattle swine and to such a place for entertainment Band.
; and this was a grand event. The ," said the judge. "In every

white 4-H Clubs began their instance where a father or mother .
judging Saturday and enjoyed has such a low regard for the

themselves in keen competition. morals and welfare of his child as Congratulations fro. *
Jacksonville and Duval County to take him to such a place, he or Pepsi Cola. to these
were well represented with Mrs. she shall be charged with contri three Merit Award .

Ethel M.-Powell, the 4-H and Du buting to the delinquency of a winners

The _TWO scenes above shew an interior view of the library with its facilities for c convenience comfort and quiet Ihld,. val County leader for many years, minor child and prosecuted to the Listen te Pepsi Merit. i
full extent' of the law." Award salutations
EDUCATION. sistance from others. TIME. WRHC 1400

Friday Wesley Amend 16, of Gomez Signs PapersTo ea, year dial Satar-
--, HIROH H. PECK CO. 'f# St. Petersburg won the annual days. 10 11 A.M.
teen-age automobile driving contest Toss For GiantsNEW

TEMPLE BUILDING PHONE EL 3-0619 was second and Robert Kipp of NEW YORK Hurler Ruben

Orlando was third. Gomez has signed his New York

In the Brahman cattle show, Giant contract for the coming sea
Arthur J.. Glass & Sons- "" Bran en Plumibng, Henry O. Partin and Sons of Kis- son for an undisclosed salary.

PLASTERING STEWART MELLON CO. & Heating simmee showed the grand chain Gomez handicapped at various

627 Jessie St. EL 3.9251i OF JACKSONVILLE PLUMBING & HEATING. pion bull. A. Duda and Sons of periods during the 1955 season by
> 3026 W. Beaver EY 7-7407 Cocoa had the grand championcow. illness, turned in a disappointing

9-10 record. In 1954 he won 17
Wren Electric Co. 'If'UI Remington Rand Scores of girls and adults and lost 9 and had a 2.88 earned T Pepsi Cola

Division ef Seerry-Raad Cera. among the women attended and run. average. Dealers ef
WIRING & FIXTURES 945 LIBERTY STREET PHONE EL 3-6231 I LIBRARY FURNISHINGS had'part in the show. Mrs. John He will report at Phoenex,Ariz., VC'.M4: J.cktoerilloRsfreah

i' 357 WoocIJ.... St. }: EL 3-1 ISO y I 1417 S.. 1.4.. ,.. Rd. IX I.1U1 nle Mae Lewis, a local news editor with the first Giant spring training

was there for coverage. contingent: Feb. ZG.c .
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'" Sbt r THE, fLOtUDA STAR "
Saturday, feemary It, 1t56 ,

I -'}: News -Of -, Interest from All ''Sections Beautiful: Florida: I


.1(Chips Off The Black Central I Adult Education At Old Stanton High 'School Pomona Park News

fA.iiY By Mrs. Florence McBride
BY JAY JAY t ::: _
n e e Rev. Carey, Presiding Elder of
'"What.did you gin up for Lent is the word around town." y.........ts the: Daytona District was presentat
r -
Most of the devout,and pwudo-deroui all claim loud and long that : the morning service at Allen
they gave up something..I think mod of.them are like yours truly. ._, -4 Chapel AME to hold Quarterly I
I only gin up the few vices: I ha.. not cultivated. Seriously though The American Government : Conference. lie also preachedthe
of friends of certain religious faiths in Classes made a trip'to Daytona
many our are verp positive morning sermon. His wife
their determination to abstain from some physical pleasure or tern Beach to,-, see the Americanschoolexhibit. ; came along to visit the church.
poral joy during the forty days leading up to the Holy Week. Even to' The:entires-class reportsa They both are residents of Winter
those who may say the flesh is weak but the spirit is :willing we Very:informative trip. Haven Florida.
take off our hats. Men must believe in something. I The evening sermon was
Spring is just around the corner. With the advent of Spring the .The Youth Fellowship officers : preached by the pastor of the
formals of this season are beginning to take their bows. The first were installed on Sunday, Febru- church Rev. Starks. Mrs. Starksis
affair on the agenda will be the annual dance of the Three R's and ary,.12, at the High School Audi- -'- i3 now a member of the, church.
the NAGS. Annually the boys and girls of the Naval Air Station torium. % Visiting the church for the day J

employed group and the Three-R's really have a fine time A Installed by Dean B. L. Mathan, was Mrs. Martha Fields of Mims,
few weeks after this affair the Royal Vagabonds will hold their Bethune-Cookman College., were Florida. i
: \
annual dance. For years this dance was the Valentine Dance in Jack I as':follows?Earl Young President; 22 _
sonville but this year the fellows moved the date up considerably.On Charles.E..Smith, Vice President, .: NA 'I Mrs. Ruth Rowe returned from

March 2nd the one and only Duke Ellington will sound off Geraldine'Tate, Secretary; .Christine \: ,- Fake Wales, Fla. Friday. Mrs. J
and the "A Train" will pull into the Duval County Armory. You ,Hardy, Treasurer; Ellis-John Rowe was in Lake Wales visitingher

had better plan to go now because we will sure be on hand when son, Chaplain; Robert Greene, r so nand daughter-in-law Mr. \
the old man says''an aboard." "Downbeat."Metronome" and the Sgt.-at-Arms; David McPherson s and Mrs. Lawrence Rowe and

other jazz mags all say that Duke has one of his best bands. Featured Business Manager; Susie Thomas,I CLASSROOM FOR ADULTS Jaxons their beautiful daughter ,Robin. ,
attending the Adult SchOQessions at Old Stanton High
again this will be the of Grissom. Others Reporter.The Mrs. Rowe also visited her mother, .
stylings Jimmy
year song
School session in
class. Old
are seen a Stanton is being under
operated a new plan to afford Jaxons Mrs.
I Browning and other
old inthe Otto Hardwick and
standbys Ellington aggregation are opportunities for wider education. '
Paul Conalvoes;The one and onlyJohnny"Rabbit" Hodges is,back New Homemakers report a I relatives and.friends. I
with the "Duke" and will occupy his old alto chair. Don't forget, -
fine to the State Fair
very trip in the Florida A Mrs. Amanda is ill \
and M General Clay still
Fridaynight,March 2nd at the Duval County Armory. Tampa. New I FANUBuildings To Be Named '
Alumni Association.The m the hospital. All friends are
BEd ""Pol1ticldz1Xoh1em.an: is in full swing. The town crier I its
new dormitorf for men will asked to visit her.
.beating all of the highways and byways and his voice is louder than ,
: The C. A. basketball teams took become "Jonathan C. Gibbs HalL"
ever ..John "B.D.Pickens is walking Broad Street again and i iiiaaodating During Founders' Week :Observance
two games from Grooms Academylast Gibbs, a graduate of Dartmouth Mr. and Mrs. Otis McBride, Sr,
with his old sidekick and political'advisor.'Porcher Taylor I
i week.. C. A. girls won 5329. College and Princetson Theological along with Otis McBride Jr..and l1
:Pickens.stays off of Broad Street until election time. Elcee
,The C. A. boys won 5150. i Seminary, later became sec- Dewey Williams, Jr. and Leon
Lucas is seen-moving in ever widening circa About the'only'reformed -
: TALLAHASSEE-Three recently completed buildings at FloridaA retary of state and superintendentof Huffman motored to Lake City to
politician,on the scene Is Frank Hampton. Frank is giving Mrs R. K. Ragsdale served as and M)University-constructed at a total cost of $2,187OOO-will public instruction for the State visit Mr. Jimmie Mathis, Mrs. McBride's \
all of his spare time to the promoting of the second annual Gate City be formally named during the annual Founders' '
Weekend observance
consultant at the Carver High : of Florida. He was instrumentalin son. Mr.: Mathis is in the
Open, formerly the National Pro-Am. School.Career Week Program. March 9-11, President George W. Gore Jr. announced.The getting the bill introduced to hospital.Go 'I
Carloads of publicity concerning Ray Mitchell and .his tourneyis Going to Bunnell with her were buildings.to be named are establish what is now Florida A
going out to all the papers, but few realize that the Gate City C. A. seniors Dothea Hardy and the science-pharmacy building, science-pharmacy building. Jones, and M University.A to the church of your choice
Open has the largest cash prize of any Negro sponsored tourney. Kenneth Baldwin. new dormitory for men, and R. O. a native of Tallahassee, was grad- this Sunday. Have a faith to live I
The prizes in the Mitche&Tourney total $1000 while the'local boys .- T. C. building. The present valueof uated from the A and M Depart- neat idea for hanging towelsis by.

have offered $3000 to the.lucky parbusters.Tat George" Harris Mr.W. M.Thomas superintendent the university's physical plantis ment in 1895. He received the B. a gray plastic hook which can
Charles Brown, "Baby" Brown C. C. Richardson, the Pierce boys of schools, visited C. A. last approximately $10,000,000 with S. degree along with the Phi Beta be fixed firmly to a well surface I
and all of the.duffers are practicing and getting ready. Even Oscar Friday. an additional $5,000,000 in buildings Kappa Key from Colgate University sink, stove, or a refrigerator by FLORIDA STARIN
Fletcher is practicing. either in construction or in in 1904 where,he also received means of suction cups. These

Met Ralph "Senator" Maultsby when he came in town the other The C. seniors took the State the blue print stage. the master's degree and the hooks sparkle in frosty white red, EVERY \
night. If I hadn't seen it I wouldn't have believed it. Ralph was Senior Competitive Examinationlast "Everett Booker Jones Hall" doctorate degree. Jones was the or yellow and can be kept that
sporting his hat in the famous "Florida Boy" style. You see,all of.the Monday. will be the new name of the organizer and first presidfent of way with a sponge and soapsuds. COLORED HOME
New 'Yorkers say tire boys from "down Florida way" have a distinctive J
way of blocking their hats in a sort of one side.high,.one Work is progressing on the new
side low shape..Quote Maultsby "In*Rome do as.the'Romans" six class room wing. All indica-

Haywood McG. end the boys at Ponte Vedra are sponsoring tions are that it will be ready for 10 PieceTopQualityWaterless
another dance.this week-end. The affair will be held at TOOT.Boys" occupancy in the fall. $1 ::00 / GAS
iafAtlantic Beach'and will last from 11:30 p. m. Sunday nite until
dawn. They plan to rock.and roIL The C,A.HIGHLIGHTS school ,

For all of you Jaxons'who fashion yourselves gourmets,.Johnny paper came off the press.Tuesday Aluminum Potware Ranges
Howard of the New Richmond Hotel Dining ,Room really has a Feb>14 especial Valentine edi
treat in store for you. Oa.Sunday he will feature steak dinners.He's tion. If you haven't seen a copy
do.so-its a real fine job by the
not'just-stopping there. ;"You'll be able to order choice"western
staff.Mr. H. H. is
steaks and see'them charcoal: broiled before your'eyes. How's that Wright sponsor.

for a culinary. .treat? addition if you have your own hard drinks, SPECIAl.4-
he>will furnish one set-up free to each party..There is plenty of free The one week 'school Charity : 1
Drive ended last at Central #
Friday -
parking space in the rear of the hoteL For something nice and new .
you had better hurry and make your reservations by'calling Johnny Academy. The drive was -
sponsored by the Student Council -
or'Thelma at the Richmond.
Mrs. E. K. Pinkey, Sponsor.
ell you want to hear something real pretty, pick up on "Eleventh When you buy :your Stove -and if you ,happen to
Hour" by Al ,Hibbler Speaking of the blind warblers, we saw
The Juniors, section B, spon-
Lovie Herman Charles to his last'week. No r
escorting Ray plane won-
sored The Abe Lincoln Story in
der Ray Charles sings so pretty. He has something to sing to .. All. the weekly assembly. William need a new,set of potware mention this adiand r aY
of the teachers that their train After the
swear : riding days are over. i
Norwood, as Abe Lincoln, did Avery
Eastern Air Line airlift, even the most conservative ones were declaring -
good portrayal. Mrs. L. L. you will receive 1 10-Piece()
they had just sprouted wings and would'do nothing but fly. Hardy is : 34\95\
Many wags declared that the subs were all praying for one slight. sponsor. this regular ., Set

trash so that some vacancies would exist. Sunday Feb. 19, is"the big day.
Mrc and Mr..Glover,Woodberry of Chicago are the house guests The new school building will be aluminumpotware for >only $1 h..10more

of Mr: Woodberry's sister..Margaret.Jordan on DuvaLStreet.This: is formally dedicated. Everyone will
Mrs. Woodberry's first trip! to Florida.>She hails from Baltimore be there.
originally.Both of the Woodberrys swear by bushels of oranges they
will be back again and also,they speak of nothing but the nice people. The c. A. basketball teams will FLORENCE ,GAS :RANGE PRICES -

LAtr the 1Troplanna. Johnny Stewart and Loretta Jordan plus take on Fernandina Monday night I
Err Jordan.and Dorothy,Reese.made two pretty couples. Johnny Feb20.Come out to Booker Audi. (lael ding 2'Tanks.Gas) Start at- .. I e+ -_
was all teeth,and.had reason to be Georgia Wallace was on the to see,these fine teams play .
:seta sporting a new bob Albert "Pops" Frasier James Brymerand 1
I .L+
Morris-Fisher were rehearsing their deeds: of Sunday afternoon. The new storage room com-
The boys'really.put one on at the Country Club. They were able lo pleted bp the Trowel Trades Dept.
pull Jerry' Nash of, the Offbeat Shoeshine Parlor out along with is real sharp. The boys did it. Mr.J .

.Push Handsome:; Henry" Wade.and his financial advisor Harry "Peanut" Harmon is instructor.The t$11-9E! OgNLYS E

Spike Washington is back at his desk and is wheeling.and dealing C. A. Marching Band is .
: Old newspapermen never die they always bounce back Otis getting ready for the Band Festi- ; Per
Speights has-just gotten'in a new supply of-woolens. If you thoughthe val to be held in Gainesville next Month NO HONEY ,DOWN
cried broke loud before listen to him wail now Ken Knightis month.C. .
planning to leave overthe week-end for New York. Little do JUST TRADE-IN YOUR OLD STOVE

folks know but Ken is not just a disc jockey. He is anexec..See A. had a real treat last Fri-
why we pal with him? day. Mrs. Helen D. Long Super- ,

I hope all.of you. race-proud readers have been reading your visor, Negro Education, Putnam 'HIGHEST white press thisweek.. So many of you are quick to jump on the County; Mrs. Minnie Fields, State CALL US BY 11 .
Negro press when you think we are out of line but you will not-write specialist in Elementary Education YOU'LL'
and Dr. Kara V. Jackson, BE COOKING BY.7 .
nary a line to the white press about its bias attitude toward us. ,
Only.this week in all stories in the white press Miss Arthurine special Jeannes worker .rambling I
Lucp was referred to as the: Lucy woman" or as "the 'Negro. The University La., visited the I : b _-

other young woman in the case was called by her first name. In school. EXTRA BONUS FEATURE! ,
similar dispatches appearing in the Miami'Herald and Orlando Sen- I

teniel the young ladies were referred to as Miss Lucy and, Mrs. I iBiy ;al t :Buval : iBival
Hudson. In a local story concerning a shooting affray in a local ANSWERS NEWS TO SPORTS THE SPORTING QUIZ Two :lOQ-Lb.; Talks ,of Gas : Pay I ;

:;; grocery, the principles were referred to as the so and so woman. We t
hope some day that you readers will realize that all of these thingsare INCLUDED WITH,. EACH GAS RANGE OUR
part of a carefully conceived plan to discredit you in the,eyes 1. Ted Kluszewski with 25. RANGES ARE DELIVERED AND INSTALLED TO

of the white populace. In the papers last Monday there were stories Mathews had:20, Williams 17 and THE GAS ALL AT ONE TIME .
of the recent AAU track meet in New York. No mention of race was Mantle 6. largest Selection i in Towa!
given.. Also in stories concerning the, Fabulous San-Francisco Dons. 2 St. Francis of Brooklyn with ABSOLUTELY NO WAITING! !
-the 16 straight wins, as of February We t>vy a carload- a time-tfcat is '
;;' basketball team no mention of race is given even'though three of why w* SOY* yaw Money .
first five players are Negroes. In the same papers,all crime and violence 10.
; stories carry a big racial tag. 3. Pinelli has umpired in approximately

F The Press Is the main medium for shaping public opinion and 3,200 games. o
conducting a sort of newsprint "brainwash." You.needn't.worry- the 4. A game fish. The catch was

Southern press is doing it's part in helping.the racists. hailed as"a possible record in the STATE pEARI. ,

l WORD.IS OUT that at least one of the daily newspapers is planning ,20-pound,test line class. .
to drop its jimcrow jiewspage'of news or,and about,colored 5. ,The Athletics won 107 games : ,
i people since so many-families are cutting off their subscriptions tot and lost 45 in 193L
the "star" editions. Another word is that a number of thinking Negroes SHOP 'T

would welcome the change. GOING FISHING j

Its confusing but amusing when you read where a Negro woman Get Your Bait ShrimpACOSTA'S \ 9 P.M II Ur Afp, "? 'MON
,: is called immoral because she is divorced. We pity the .number of Q CUVf rpy MoaE R Y y

I i. whites who are immoral. We dare them to check x>n,the;number of I !
I!. divorced persons in attendance at the University Alabama.. We

*., wonder if they.think their governor the Hon. "Kissing.Jim" Folsomis Up'''W2S. 20%MAIM'tWje..STRUT.t '... Keels t. 829 PEARL STREET PHONE EL 62493f" ;
moral After all white folks started divorcing.

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;. February 18, 1956, THE FLORIDA STAR
j Page Sere

IS'POiks7TS I Saran r Wrap'hp '

j World Champion Dodgers Will Raise Their Pennant most amazing.

!feed wrap trer itYeI J!

Flag Will Go Up With Opening Game GREATEST FIGHTS of the CENTURY.-.: Robinson Riles 3sion Howard GOING FISHING

Get Your Bait

IB Ebbeis Field With Philly Club lINI.EASNEO I/OS. coups '..., \. Alston Fourth lets Pay RaiseNEW At ShrimpACOSTA'S
EXPLOSiVE ... tAN :.\

BROOKLYN-Tuesday, April 17, will be a great day in RICSHr Our 70 ULNOZCUDUN KNOC/C' NEW HAVEN, Conn.ManagerWalter YORK-Elston Howard, To 8025 20%MAIN DiscoMt STREETUp e. Reels!
"Flatbush." That is for "true Dodger fans" and their world champions (/ /AffXhQ' / Alston, who steered the the first Negro to play bait in aNew
of baseball. ROUNOS-.' Brooklyn Dodgers to a world York Yankee Uniform, play-
/IV OVS or7HE"
On that date, the Brooklyn tion who will be honored for a GREATES'7"V7T'i' championship, due to their victories ed enough baseball for the aeeelusl.Inalitt.
Dodgers club will raise its first job well done, but the Dodger F/SH7S" OC-7N8 ...' over the New York Yankees Yankees to become a regular, has
Worll Championship Pennant on fans deserve a share in the spot- : has been rated the No. 4 pilot on signed his contract with an in- Jhe.
the flagpole of Ebbets Field in the light, too. They have waited long i awe Robinson's list. crease in pay. It is reported that
Burrough of Brooklyn. And the for this day and we're going to In a speech made at New Haven his salary has been raised to
ceremony which will highlightthe gee they enjoy it to the fullest." "' by Jackie, he said that of the $10,000 for the 1956 season. :
occasion is to be one "of the Meanwhile, arrangements arebeing Dodger managers whom he had Howard's spectacular play both
most colorful pre-game cere- made to select a few lucky played under Charlie Dressen behind the plate when he was filling -
monies ever staged at the Brooklyn fans to engage in the actual flag- rates tops. The one and only in for Yogi Berra or subbingin ...
park"' to quote the Dodger raising. Lippy Leo Durocher comes second the left field slot, won the
front office. Bert Shotton is third and Al- plaudits of the Yankee front office NO LIQUOR TASTE...
The pre-game ceremonies which "Li'l Abner" HopkinsTo ston fourth. He said however that manager, players and oppon- NO LIQUOR BREATH
will be staged prior to the Dodg- he thinks Alston h.as the makingsof ents. He played a big hand in
Be Featured In
ers-Philadelphia Phillies game on a great manager. helping the Yankees to win the
opening day, will feature a giant U. S. Sports Release pennant. Not only did he shine
parade to the flagpole, with rep- throughout the season but he hit
resentatives of civic, social and QRAMBLING, La. (Special) -t& Qufy; a home run in his first time atbat .
ffraternal organizations in the A feature story on All-Akmerican in a World Series game. 1 e
Burrough jostling for the spot- Robert Hopkins of Grambling :T Manager Stengel was so impressed -
light with policians and other College will be included in the /lr/IQISON How to score yourself: Mark with Howard as a catcher, 1.
dignataries.But next sports packet sent out by TOUT choice 1234. You get ten said recently that Howard wouldbe
top spot in the p rede. said the United States Information LAG /3,/ $ ]II points far a correct pick, five for given more work behind the Ik
Dodger officials, will go to Dodger Agency to editors and publishersin a second. three for a third and plate this season. He will catchin _.y'V
fans who have stuck with the 79 countries. \ I \: one point for a correct fourth at least 25 games or more. _
club "through thick and thin. William E. Hutchinson, chief of A choice. Twenty is average, thirty.
They will first have to prove their the press service news and feature good: forty, very good and fiftyis
loyalty to the club, however. branch, made the announce- perfect. Ik Power Wins

Expressing the clubs appreciation -I ment in Washington. SPORTING IT UP Spring training rosters show
of its fan support, Asst. Gen-: Hutchinson said the story will many rookies who will make bids Balling CrownSAN
eral Manager Arthur Patterson be illustrated by action basketball for regular major league jobs-
said: pictures and informal campus BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON and they're down there fightingtor
"On this World ,Championship shots.; a place as you read this piece. JUAN, Puerto Rico-Vic
Pennant-Raising Day, it will beth Hopkins is the game's most prolific CONNIE MACK. the "Grand and Sherwood Brewer, outfielderand You can't find a better place to Power, the hard hitting first base-
players Manager Walter Al- .scorer. The 6-8 senior pivot I Old Man of Baseball" is dead.The infielder respectively. El get a line on the rookies than The man of the Kansas City Athletics,
$ oIJ, our fine coaches and the has buckeetd 3,527 points in 120 Florida Star Sports Department Paso of the Southwestern League Sporting News-and there are finishe dtlie winter league season
members of the Dodger organiza- games.; His career total is 568 !joins the rest of the baseball fans bought Hank Baylis, second base- several good stories in the Febru- with a hefty .358 batting averageto
points more than any oeher player and top- stars of the game and man and Juan Armentros, catcher. ary 15 issue on the parts they will gain the batting championshipof .
in basketball history. sports commentators in paying ., "It looks like I sold everybodybut play in the success of their clubs the Puerto Rican League.
Learn Commercial Art Smart, fast and a deadly shot the final tribute to the man who the bus driver, but I am hap- this season. The versatsile Power who play- YNU
Start Aytf.G. .. from the outside, "LH Abner" has contributed so much the the py to see these players get their But for now-let' play The ed every infield position except ,* :; Since
I. APPROVED holds 11,NCAA and NAIA scoring great American game. Some of chance in organized baseball," Sporting News Sports Quiz: pitch and catch for the Caguas 1721. ..
AMERICAN records. the brightest stars to ever be in Tom Baird, owner. of the Mon- 1. Mickey Mantle led the Am- team, collected 87 hits, including
He is also an outstanding defensive baseball were developed by the archs said.MONTE. erican League in bases on balls 10 home runs in 143 timees at bat.
SCHOOL OF ART player and a tremendous Grand Old Man." Such stars as IRVIN, who was recently last year, while Ed Matthews was He finished 10 points in front of 8ELSKKThe

Mend To New lecatiea rebounder. Albert (Chief)Bender. Eddie Col purchased by the ,Chicago the National League leader. _But outfielder Bob Thurman of the World's.Most
106 EAST BAY STREET : 'lins. Frank (Home Run) Baker Cubs from the Minneapolis Millers can you name the major leaguer Cincinnati Reds who was on the .
24 _Floor Jimmy Foxx. Al Simmons. Bob said recently that he is ready who received the most intentional Santurce roster. Honored Vodka
Gavilan Takes (Lefty) Grove. Mickey Cochran. to give the Cubs-theybest that h9 bases on balls? The Caguas team finished in
I ft
SO 100 Proof lltte from Grate byLlehky
Eddie Plank and Jack Coombs. has. second place in the Puerto Rican
( Williams
) ft Cte CocbysvlIU,Ud,OlA.
LtARN TO DRIVE Offer Of Fight "SHOELESS" JOE JACKSON DAVE KAISER. the big"Michigan ( ) Mantle League.
a member of the Black Sox State end whose educated toe ( ) Kluszewski
The The EeslestW
Qmickest scandal of 1919 is dead, but Jack-' kicked last minute field is
.y Te Learn PARIS- Kid Gavilan of Cuba a goal ( ) Mathews
who lost an unpopular decision to son maintained until his death a major in geology and hopes to 2. The National Invitation .
AJAXDRIVING" Peter Waterman in London Tues- that he was innocent of the get into the oil business upon', Basketball Tournament will beheld
SCHOOL day night, has agreed to a bout in charges. He was a member of the graduation. at Madison Square Gardenl -
Paris Feb. 23, the Sports Palaceof powerful Chicago White Sox team PITCHER BOB FELLER and March U7 through 24. Listed below .
GALL EL 4-0639 Paris has announced.His who was accused of throwing the JIM HEGAN, the oldest battery are four of the participating HOUR I Ii
George Perpena opponent will be Gerinal 1919 World Seriees to the Cincin- mates in baseball in the point of earns -can you name the one
1134 W. 5th Street Ballarin, a French middleweight nati team., Jackson and his team- service signed their 1956 contractfor that was undefeated at the time \
who has never been able to break mates, accused along with him the Cleveland Inlians. Feller of selection? 1J
into the top brackets. were exonerated by a Chicago says he.is far from being washed ( ) St. Francis i' CLEANERS
GETTIHGUPNIOHTS Charles Humez European middleweight court. The verdict of Baseball ( ) Dayton ,
champion and a leading Commissioner Kennesaw Moun- CHAMPION ( ) Duquense
It worried Mights by"Bladder frequent We&kneu", burning[or OeUtDftJ ttefe.Ini contender for the world title, has tain Landis held that they were CARMEN BASILIO said he hopesto ( ) Xavier
=or Straus. Cloudy Ciinc guilty and they were expelled hold both the welterweight and ",.Jnc-
due to common Kidney and BlAdder IrrtUUazu. said he will meet Gavilan if he 3. There is a story on Babe
.try CTSTEX.A billion for yricfc CYSTEX,grtUfylnc.UbleU disposes of Ballarin first on Feb. from baseball for life. Jackson middleweight crowns before he Pinelli?, the Naitonal League umpire -
wmtwelnysa X:: yean proTcjtfety and 23. according to baseball experts was quits the fight game. He was ask- in the current issue of The
tfruxitat for CYSTEX under
I aUalMUon ueceu. or mouey-tack CUUaI... one of the greatest' natural hittersof ed if he thought he could beat Sporting News. Babe was quite a BACHELOR BUNDLES
INCOME TAX RETURNS all time. Sugar Ray Robinson. His reply third baseman in his day. But
Short Form S2JJO( ATHLETIC DIRECTOR HAR- was, sure if I get the fight I will how many games (in round fig-
WATCH THIS CLOWN Long Farm SiAft VEY CASSILL of the Universityof lick him. ures) would you say Pinelli has
NED JACKSONTAX Washington was hanged In ef- THE TEXAS SOUTHERN umpired? .. 5 HOUR SERVICE
74-15-26 EXPERT figy as a protest of firing head BASKETBALL TEAM posted a ( ) 3,000 ( ) 3,100 ( ) 3,200
6-3703 football Coach John Cherberg. 15-1 mark for the season. It wasa ( 3,300 Beautifully LaM..red and Finished
35-207-52 133 Clay St. Ph. EL
S JLM. Till 9 P.M.I He was hanged on a lamppostnear question in the minds of TSU 4. News reports from Nassau,
the administration building followers as to whether Coach Bahamas, on February 9 stated '
1 2 with a placard identifying it as Edward H. Adams could whip a that an 85-pound wahoo was

3 4 CassilL team inot shape from what was landed there by CoL Fred A. frPAz&flrt4]
FLORIDA and GEORGIA will practically green from front to Wanklyn. What is a "wahoo?" [
9 ,6 continue their gridiron series in back. Such foes as'Weyland College ( ) A comic charecter
the Gator Bowl in Jacksonvillefor Paul Quinn College Huston '( ) Type of sailing boat
64-73-33 the next four years. The series Tillotson College, Bishop College, ( ) An'African ape 911 West Ashley 416 Main Stree'RIIIIHEAIRE -

45-37-7 (GilletteBLUE was about to be interruypied Pan-American College Wi 1 e y ( ) A game fish _
by a controversy over student ad- College, Prairie,View State,_East 5. Connie Mack was managerof -

S......< "'. H? BLADES missions. Coaches Wally Butts of Texas State, Corpus Christi Uni- the Athletics for 50 years. Five
SeoMti.. ..'. dove IH HANDY DISPENSER Georgia and Bob Woodruff of versity Southeastern Oklahomahave of his teams won more than 100
He odds subtracts wUh Florida said the student admission all bowed to the cagers of games in a season. Can you name
H. works it oil .ro... thorn had been removed. the TSU Tigers. Their lone defeat the season his club won the most Weather Conditioned -
1 BIG DON NEWCOMBE, the came at the hands of Western nii games?
FOR FEB. 25th pitching and hitting sensation of nois College. The team defeated ( )1910 ( )1911 ( )1930
14-28-39 the Brooklyn Dodgers back in Bishop three times and Huston- ( ) 1931Answers Sunday Monday Tuesday
1955 is reported to have been Tillotson twice.MANAGER to The Sporting News CHARLES STARRETT"PINTO
trade bait until the Army left the BUCKY HARRISof Sports Quiz on Page 6. KID"
question of Johnny Podres avail- the Detroit Tigers says he def-
ability up,in the air. Now Brook- initely disagrees with the phony u4
sTIAJmHOSET ROBT.. RYAN SPENCER TRACY THRILLER lyn has decided to hold on to the statements that starS of yesterdaywere Coaches Walker and Lawson have -- ABBOTT AND COSTELLO
I "BAD' DAY. AT BLACK ROCK" team'es 20-game winner last sea- better than they are today. built a great team. The only "MEET THE KEYSTONE KOPS"

SUN. THRU SAT.Wei.. Hold**' Grace Kelly Mickey Roeney He says, Ted Williams is the thing that now stands in their Chapter 13 "CAPTAIN AFRICA" :,
FES. 19.25 "BRIDGES OF TOKORI"S son.THE KANSAS CITY MONARCH greatest hitter of all times, better way to the championship is an-
baseball team has sold than'Rogers Hornsby or Ty Cobb. other game wtih Blocker. Blocker
SKYYIEWSan. eight players to three major He says Bob Feller is as good or also has a powerful basketballteam. Wednesday and Thursday ;
I league teams and four others to better than Grover Cleveland It will only be a case of FIRST RUN! -
-T. u Feb. 19-21 TM*. Feb., 19.' 21 minor league teams. Sold to the Alexander. He further contends the best man wins whenever 4: ALAN LADE IN
"WEST OF ZANZIBAR" Mario Brando Chicago Cubs were Doc Connors that Joe Louis would have de- these two teams meet. "THE BLACK KNIGHT""MURDER
cad Jab. 'i. "ON THE WATERFRONT and Joe Hartman, shortstops; Er- feated Jack Dempsey any day. THE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
1 "CAPT.. nest Johnson and Louis Johnson, THE JAMES WELDON JOHN- TEAMS together with the two
'AMERICA"wad. BEAT"Friday
tt n. Feb.. 22-23lollt. outfielders and George Altaian, SON TROJANS have enjoyed a senior High Schools Jacksonville ,
"THE. Thar f,u. 22.23 Rya first baseman. The Cardinals mighty fine season up to this has been given a real treat in
Plus: *.,..DESERir M.* Plus "GLASS TOMl"Jo" bought Enrique Maroto southpaw point. Of the games played they basketball. and ,
"MASTER PLAN" '.....tf hurler. Don Vaughn and Bill Hill have been defeated only once and FRIENDS,FELLOW CITIZENS Saturday

E.tral "BEN & ME" Fri. & Sa. -. F... 2M two right handed pitchers were that loss was to the New StantonJr. SUPPORT YOUR SCHOOLS' 'I 1 SHOT JESSIE JAMES4ad
FrL & Sat. F."". '24.2S "6 BRIDGES TO CROSS" bought by the Philadelphia Phil Varsity They have met and ATHLETIC PROGRAM AND
"IT CAME FROM BENEATH SEA Tray Curtis lies for their Reidsville farm club. defeated Douglas Anderson twice ENCOURAGE THE YOUNG- "KILL OR BE KILLED"S.trtday
..4 0.,.... KM Plus: "NORTHSRN PATROL" San Angelo of the Longhorn Yulee 2, Gilbert Jr. Varsity !2, STERS TO GIVE THEIR BEST
Lire 'N. "JUNGLE RAID" League purchased Jeff Williams. ;, Blocker 1, Stanton Jr. Vanity 1. AT ALL TIMES.


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.'",.iJPt THE FLORIDA STAR Sehlr4cy, rem,,, IS, 1954Cooperation

Leads To Progress Trade With Florida Star Advertisers

I NEGROES EllTERDlG COLLEGES Heart Is Ribbed U. Of Alabama ;,wPt4 1/t4 fed Edward waters Begins Its 9Clh

IN SOME SOUTHERN SECTIONS- Bill Jaxon Dies Head Asks For SPORTS FLASHES. 2v Annual Founders' Day ProgramEdward

In Local Hospital In the event you're interestedin

Negroes are peacefully break- said his what is shipped to major
in order to the New Orleans End Violence a Waters of this
College city and the higher,institution
ing barriers at formerly all-white Parish league club's spring training
(County) School camp
of learning in this state of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
southern colleges and universitiesin Board to integrate schools in the Doctors at Duval Medical Cen- -look at this list of equipment
began its nintieth Founders' observance and Pre-Centennial observ-
sharp contrast to the bitter city "with all deliberate speed"' ter Tuesday morning massaged a TUSCALOOSA, Ala. The consigned to the Kansas City A's
ances Wednesday evening of this week in the Duval
demonstrations greeting Miss Au- does not mean they wil be mixed man's heart for more than an hour president of the University of base at West Palm Beach as reported with County Armory

therine Lucy's attempt to attend "overnight or even in a year or after the heart stopped beating Alabama appealed to students last by The Sporting NeWS an Appreciation Night feature program.

the University of Alabama. more." shortly after the patient was ad- Thursday to act "courageouslyand There were two trunks of medical The program began at 8 o'clock,

Eight southern states have acCepted Filed: By NAACP mitted to,the emergency room. show to all the world" that supplies, including a whirlpoolbath and had as principal speaker Held

Negroes in both graduateand Two decisions were handed The staff members made the recent ,violence on the campus and a diathermy machine, Mayor Haydon- Burns and other Schoolboy

undergraduate divisions, an down on a suit attacking the futile attempt to revive Ralph does not represent the true spirit 200 uniforms, 100 caps, 100 pairsof figures. A fine program was presented -

Associated Pres urvey hows. No state's segregation laws filed bykA. Hall of 1417 Franklin St. who had of the student body. outer hose, 500 pairs of inner with many voices blendedin For Narcotics

violence attended these changes P. Trenaud, attorney for the been brought to the hospital by Dr. O. C. Carmichael, in a hose, .80 belts, 40 jackets, two song and scores of citizens from

which upset patterns that had National Association for the Ad- police after he was found uncon- speech before the first of two electric jackets and 40 inner plas- various avenues of life attendedin GAINESVILLE An 11-year-

stood for generations. vancement of Colored People, on scious in an alley in the 500 block mass meetings of students and' tic liners for caps. In addition support of a well planned pro- old Negro boy is held in custodyby

Campus riots last week which behalf of about 95 Negro schoolchildren of Jefferson Street off Ashley. faculty said: Clayton Reid, equipment man- gram. juvenile authorities for the

moved the Alabama trustees to in New Orleans khich Grapevine reports of a man seen The' issue now' before the university ager of the A's, shipped 130 dozen Other events of the observancewill theft and use of narcotics from

suspend Miss, Lucy marked the includes all of Orleans Parish. taking large quantities of liquorat is not segregation versus baseballs, 100 bats and 18 fungo be held at the Kings Road two physician's bags here duringthe

forst attempt to end racial separ- one drinking indicate that the integration but law end order bats, four complete sets of catch- College's B. F. Lee Building past two months.

ation in a bloc of four states victim suffered. from the affects versus anard1r.The ers equipment, two leather bat beginning Sunday, February 19, County Judge H. H. McDonaldand

which seem most determined to Fuller Warrei of alcohoL Sources which prefer mass meeting was held a bags and 40 equipment bags. and will conclude Wednesday Juvenile Counselor Joe Hud-

preserve their historic system of not to be identified told of seeinga few hours after two Negro brothers February 22. son issued a joint statement

segregation. The others are Geor- drinker guaff whisker by the were formally charged with The Rt. Rev. Carey A. Gibbs, the on

gia, South Carolina .and Missis- To Eider RaceMIAMI drinking glass fulL attempting to murder a university The intentional pass in baseball, bishop of the Eleventh Episcopal :youngster's apprehension, re-
port Jig an investigation, disclosed
long subject of
a controversy
District of world is
sippl Shortly after he was admittedat student in reprisal for the "Au- church, "
doled out 736 times in I the use was an "isolated one.
the major
Arkansas admitted a Negro to 7:50 a. m. his heart stopped therine Lucy" riots. chancellor of the college and Dr. .
The boy was questioned by ju-
its university law school in 1948. Fuller Warren is expected beating. An intern made an inci- John and Arthur Washington, leagues last season. The National William B. Stewart is the college venile
authorities he
League far the most after reportedly -
was by -
to sion in the patient's chest and both in their generous president.
There was no incident. Hundreds announce his candidacyfor 20's, were taken
threatened a girl, and Hud
have followed quietly. governor Tuesday.The began massaging the.heart. He from Tuscaloosa toa, jail at Eu- says The Sporting News. It Sunday afternoon, Feb. 19, the
said his
Other Dixie states with Negro former chief executive of was assisted by other staff members taw, Ala..after the murder attempt gave 424 free walks, as against bishop will preach the Founders' son disclosed at use that of time.barbituateswas
only 312 in the American. Ted
students ranging fro ma handfulto Florida plans to outline his plat- but at 9:30 it became apparent charges were lodged Day sermon beginning with a The stolen articles which included
Kluszewski seemed the most fear- -
hundreds include Oklahoma form and campaign plans at a I Hall's heart would not function against them. service at 3 p. m. and at 11 a. m.
I ed batter. The Cincinnati first hypodermic needles, phen-
Texas Virginia, Kentucky, North press luncheon. normally and the man was Two photographers one a Monday next there will be pre- obarbital and morphine located
baseman walked purposely were -
Carolina, Tennessee' and Louisiana. Warren denies he has reacheda then pronounced dead. newspaper representative were sented a Founders' Day program in'a
25 times. Other National leaders hiding place beneaththe
In none of these states has decision yet. He told Miami reporters taken in custody for snapping pic which will be in charge of the
boy's house Hudson said.
were Ed Mathews with 20 and ,
there been any violence. Many. that he "made a mental tures during the convocation. faculty and student body. There
Governor'sCommutation Duke Snider and Musial Judge McDonald reported it
of the Negroes live in campus I covenant with myself not to de- They were identified as George Stap will also be held a program at
with 19 each. In the American was the first narcotics case by a
dormitories and most eat in school cide until Tuesday. Tames of The New York'Times, night, called to begin at 8 o'clock,
child of that the juvenile of-
League Ted Williams was walk- age
cafeterias with the white students.A But from other sources. including and J. Ralph Ried student from and the speaker on that occasion
,ed intentionally the most times, fice had met here. An investigation -
few have been admitted into one of his closest advisors in Birmingham.They will be the Rev. Lutrell Long,

professional fraternities but thereis North Florida. it was learned. that (Continued from Page 1)) were placed by university 17. minister of Flipper AME Church, showed involved no in other the theft youngsterswere or use

little social mingling. the die already has been cast. fendanis were convicted again. police and*placed in a car outsidethe Atlanta. of the drugs, he added.

Most of the schools which have Entrance of the former gov- The second conviction was up- auditorium where the meeting Umpire Babe Pinelli told a correspondent Tuesday Feb. 21 presiding Hudson said the boy had once

admitted Negroes, either valun- ernor into the race is certain to held three times by the Florida took place. for The Sporting News elders' reports and other reports,
run away to New York, and it is
tarily or under court order had make it one of the hottest, bitter- Supreme Court and the U. S. Supreme Asked what charges would be that he'll never forget the fiat and at 11:30 a. m. the same day believed his "use of ideas"
no exact figures available on the est political battles Florida has Court refused to set the placed against them, an officer replied time he went to bat in the major the Rev. J. A. Dames pastor ofBethel'AME from the trip.S4tchmo.

number of non-white students. witnessed in years. second conviction aside. "Let us worry about that." leagues. With the White Sax in a Church, in Indiana

Estimates range from 500 to more The fight is expected to be The rape set off a series of mob Miss Lucy, 26, was excluded game against Cleveland in 1918 will deliver the Founders' Day

than 1000. in the eight states largely between Warren and Gov. demonstrations burning and fir- from further classes by university he was sent up to pinch hit with address. There will be held begin- Set To Play

which practice collegiate integra- LeRoy Collins. Collins plans to ing into Negro homes and the authorities last week after three one man out and a runner on ning at 3:30 p. m. that day the For Prince's Wedding

tion. announce for re-election providedthe National Guard was called out to days of rioting on the campus in third. He hit a drive to center .annual Inspirational Rally, and a I

Supreme Court rules him preserve order. which attempts were made to which he though was a.sure hit. musicaL Waters College Morris MIAMI BEACH Bandleader

NEW ORLEANS A federal eligible. Under the parole system, the stone her. She was the first Negro But the great Tris Speaker made :Brown and Allen Universities in Louis Armstrong said this week ;

judge Wednesday ordered New Political observers feel sure that petitions said Irwin "can be turn student in the history of the one of his amazing catches. Oh, the leading roles, will appear in hell play at the wedding of

Orleans schools integrated the Collins will get the go-ahead sig- ed out in a few months." school, and was admitted under well, thought Pinelli, I at least St. Paul AME Church, Myrtle Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly in

first direct application of the Supreme court order. sacrificed the runner in. But Avenue and Thirteenth Street, Monaco in April

Court decree to a large city naLRep.. C. Farris Bryant of Ocala Carmichael told the assembled Speaker fired home and nailed the same night beginning at 8o'clock "We're working on the trip

school system. Another federal .former speaker of the House and Blodgell Homes students that only by the "per- the runner at the plate. All Pin- ; and all are asked to right now," said Satchmo. He add-

court held all Louisiana segrega- :Sumter L. Lowry of Tampa a re- sonal dedication of each and elli had to show for his fine effort please attend.Wednesday. ed that hell take the same jazz

tion laws invalid .tired lieutenant general also will Wife Is Beaten every member of this university was hitting into a double play. Feb. 22, at 10:30 a. group which toured Europe re-

District Judge J. Skelly Wright I poll a share of the votes. community to the basic American m, Youth on Parade feature and cently.

ideals" can the "unhappy impres- at 3 p. m. the dedication and cornerstone -
Drunken Hale
By Chicago baseball writers and
sion created by recent events be laying at the new library
SHOWDOWN columnists are once more beatingthe Roes For Rent
SEEK COMING fully erased." annex. Preaching at the service
drums to have Hack Wilson
A Homes wife was He said he had no doubt the Fame. will be Bishop D. Ward Nichols of Modern furnished 4-room
given a place in the Hall of Apt.
struck across the head with a :problem resulting from the ad- the First District, New York and
$12 a week. Mrs. Jones. Phone
IN OtTL BIGHTS FIGHT And why not, asks The Sporting
chair in her home by a drinking mission and exclusion of Miss News. His' 190 runs batted in in other parts. EL 40815.
husband Monday, and as a result Lucy can be met and solved. At 8 p. m. the Annual Corona-
1930 remains all-time big
she suffered lacerations of the an tion ceremonies will be held.
NEW YORK Anticipating a showdown fight for enactmentof league record. And no one in the Modern furnished room. 2203

civil rights legislation in this session of the 84th Congress, the scalp and was treated in Duval National League has equaled his Moncrief Road. Single man or
Leadership' Conference on Civil Rights has issued a call for a Medical Center, police reports Speaker total of 56 home runs hit the same woman preferred. Contact on

national delegate assembly for civil rights in Washington, March 4-6, show. year. Cries Of Child Sundays from 9.. m. to 5 p. m.
Police learned TALLAHASSEE
the victim had President
at 6 Phone EL
Roy Wilkins, chairman, announced last week. Weekly p. m..
been drinking during the day and George W. Gore, Jr., announcedthat 55731.
Mr. Wilkins, who is also exec- told officers that her husband, Dr. John Warren Davis Imagine saysThe Sporting

utive secretary of the National were urged to send delegates. fromas Robert Lee West came home after would be the commencement News, a six-footer like Pitcher Save FamilyST.

Association for the Advancementof many different congressional drinking himself and struck her speaker at Florida A and>I Uni- Warren Spahn of the Braves get- Help Wanted

Colored People, heads the districts as possible. The confer- with a chair in the home. versity June 4. Dr. Davis is presi- ting his feet into size seven shoes.
ence anticipate an attendance of PETERSBURG The
Leadership Conference composedof The victim is Ruthie Mae Westof dent emeritus of West Virginia But according to Milwaukee cry-
about 2,000 delegates. Registrationfor ing of a 2-year-old child awakened Insurance Salesman. Excellent
50 national church, labor, fraternal -
Joe Taylor.that's ,
739 Court A of Blodgett Homes State College and formerly was Equipment Manager
civic and minority the assembly is scheduled for her mother earlp last Wednes- opportunity with well known
group what the daintily-shod
Housing Colony. director of the ,U. S. Technical
organizations. Arnold Aronson of Sunday. March 4, at the Willard day and probably saved the fam- company for men with experience -
Sgts. Miller and Jones Cooperation (Point Four) Spahn wears.
answer- programin
the National Community Relations HoteL The opening session will be ily of four from death by gas. in insurance business. Ph.
ed the call and Liberia.
Advisory Council is secretary held that night in the Interdepart- investigated. Patrolman Chris Odom said Mr. Rountree at EL 5-0019 or

of the conference.In mental Auditorium. Monday and Yankee Shortstop Billy Hunter Mrs. Catherine Jackson, 22, gave EL 30466. I

Tuesday, March 5 and 6, the delegates not only lives in Baltimore but an account of the incident as follows

Mr. Wilkins making stressed the announcement the need for, will visit their respective Henry Aaron Holding Out For RaiseIn he's also contributing to the com- : MAID Live in. Care 5 children.

wide geographical distribution of representatives and senators and munity's future good citizenship.Billy Not long after midnight she $15 per wk. Mrs. H. L. Walter

attend a night session Monday at bought a home in Baltimore, awoke to hear Jacqueline crying. 7105 Silver Lake Ter. Phone BA
"The influence of the
assembly on the Congress," he the Willard. 'Thew" assembly will Pay From Milwaukee BravesMOBILE says The Sporting News, and he The odor of gas was heavy. She 43620.

close Tuesday afternoon with a teaches a Sunday School class in opened a window and took Jac-
pointed out, "will depend less
the number of Individual report session in the Interdepart- the Oriole city. queline, Harold, 7, and Delores, 5 HOUSETWORKER Gen. house

upon mental Auditorium. Ala Henry (Hank) Aaron, the sensational rookie of outside. cleaning. 5V4 days. Health card
in attendance than
the number of states and congresaional upon- Citing the breakdown of "law 1954, who graduated to the Milwaukee Braves after a spectacularseason Pitcher Warren Hacker put upa All four were taken to a hospital Mrs. A. Parker. 1840 Perry St.

districts andorder in some parts of the in 1953 with the Jacksonville Braves of the South Atlantic good argument when he met treated and released. Phone EL 4-4354.
South," the call charged that the League is sitting it out at his home in Mobile, Alabama waiting for with Chicago Cub Personnel Di- I

The participating organizations "Constitution and the Supreme further word from the Braves front office. rector Wid Matthews a- few'daysago

Court are being flouted openly. Aaron was very dissatisfiedwith
and ten minutes.later signeda
HOME REPAIRS Citizens are being denied their his first salary offer for the take over for Thomson. contract calling for an extra ON THE WEST SIDE IT'S

ADDITIONS constitutional rights and perse- 1956 season. He turned- it down, Aaron bases his argument on 1000. According to The Sport- I

3i MMtks' T. Pay o. SUi |, cuted for demanding them. To left the front office at its present being worth more money on the ing News Hacker pointed out MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES

Feiatiig Jiteisie, eta permit these violations to con- location in Milwaukee and pulledout grounds that his .314 batting average that while his record last season

Cell Mr. Hope after 4 .... tinue is to sanction lawlessnessand for home. Hank was not disgruntled was good enough for a tie was 11 victories and 15 losses the 1817 North Avenue
.t ft BUILDER defiance of the Governmentof he did say however that for fifth place with the powerfulTed figures didn't tell the story. "I Myrtle

the United States." "I believe I am worth more than Kluszewski of Cincinnati and pitched three or four games

that" When asked what he in- second to the Cincinnati sluggerin against Don Newcombe," he said, ON THE EAST SIDE IT'S ,

tended to do, his reply was that "hits. He also shared the league "and three or four against Robin

"I am leaving it up to them. leadership in doubles with team- Roberts. I got beat by one run 0. K. SUNDRIES1st

On opening day in 1955 Hank mate Johnny Logan.Aaron's in a half dozen of those games."
blasted a triple that drove in the
the extra grand.
So he got
1955 batting average
winning run against Cincinnati. Street and Florida Avenue
substantiates his claim of being
Charlie Grim beamed with joy
worth more money is as follows: Two German brothers Claus
and the Wisconsin fans were tak-
en off their feet When he scooted G-153;AB-602; R-105; H-189; and Hanjorg Helmig have been We Meet All Other Advertised Prices
2B-37 9HR 27 RBI-106 from Frankfurt to
; ; ; ; brought over
around the bases,Manager Grimm
Ave.-.314. The big question inthe go into spring training with the
knew that Aaron had fully recov-
::-L tMy t- minds of the Milwaukee officials Baltimore Orioles. Both are pitchers -
ered from his 1954 ankle injury. We Feature the
teammates manager and and according to Balitmore LONG-AID
ankle the
The injury was only
fans was, will he be able to hit officials rate high as prospects.The Line of
question mark that faced the 22- Complete
? When the learned muchof HAIR PREPARATIONwith
year old flshAaron's big chance big league pitching boys say they
questions first started rolling it what they know about baseball K-7
came when Bobby Thomson,
whom the Braves had secured was pitcher Bob Buhl who said from reading The Sporting News. rt1.i a Long Aid Products

that "there is no doubt about it, ... FEIII
from the Giants had broken his that Aaron will hit anybody." ...1..,. bar At Both Stores
ankle. Despite the fact that
That during Aaron's early EASYHr
Henry had just walked away with was HOME REPAIRS ...
everything in the South Atlantic entrance into the big league class. ADDITIONS, sma Courteous ClerksTo

League the year before when he It was soon learned that Bob Buhl 36 Months To Pay ee SUi.", I j

led the Sally in batting, rbi's knew what he was talking about. PafoHeg Jataufes. etc. Serve You
Mr. H. after 4 ....
if f p
runs hits and doubles and was Aaron is ready to play ball at EL 6-2444

runner up in homer and triples, the front office is ready to talk 'CONTRACTOR & BUILDER

he was still a doubtful choice to salary.


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