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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
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The Florida Star Pub. Co.
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February 25, 1956
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 25, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00261

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ATLANTA-The_ National Asso- i:
Alabama Bus Boycott
ciation for the Advancement of

Colored People plans to file school

suits in eight "recalcitrant" south- 41iS

ern states before June 1 as part of

I : a continuing program to break


Montgomery Negroes Road Patrolmen Break Up segregation Thurgood barriers.Marshall chief coun-

.. sel, and Roy Wlikins. executive

Interracial policy secretary at,a outlined news conference the NAACP held "h.,
Show UnityIft'Boycott Necking PartyWhile > L
in conjunction with a meeting of ....> .""
the body's leaders from 14 southern .
s :
states. n
die-hard bigots are threatening violence against a .
MONTGOMERY. Ala TfaJou n* r of ministers arrested in th* J'ungHeg1'o They said the NAACP had been .. v 0v
woman seeking an education in a white university and Negroes ?
bus to 24 as' stood asked to file suits in one or more .
Montgomery boycott fight rose Thursday Negroes .
are being" jailed for boycotting segregated buses four white ,
united and prepared for a prayer meeting expected to draw several Jacksonville youths were out necking with four Negro girls.It areas in Alabama, Florida, Georgia k'
Louisiana, Mississippi, NortI-
thousands. Meantime militant Negro citizens promised to abandon was learned that late 'last 4bw
Carolina South Carolina and Vir-
their car pools and walk in a protest against bus segregation.The Saturday night when Duval Road ginia. x Y
most recent arrest in a Patrolmen decided to 'investigate St. Pete Delays

widespread round up of Negro I I she was sentenced to 14 days In; a car parked in a lonely area they "We find that in many area
r
of each of the abovementionedstates ;
citizens was that of the Rev. jaiL It was her case that touched' came upon an inter-racial necking Order OnPool. M y a
Negro parents have filet
party. 3 'sa .rh4a a h4t
Martin Luther King Jr., whose off the protest movement

home was;bombed while.,he,\wasactivelyleading ......-.'. --"" :.._ .. .. ," ;.g ..... ::.Upon questioning Jt" l was.found IDlegrali = petitions*withJocal schooL boar and have
the bus "boycott ** Con9ressmBn Calls that the girls had slipped out seeking desegregation
from the Girls Parental been rebuffed at every effort tc ?
in Montgomery.The : Arrests 'Barbarism' Negro ;
Home where they had been con- TAMPA of the final negotiate and have requested the ...,. < ,. ,
27-year-old pastor of the Washington In the nation's' Issuing "; -.t u___i _.....r r' o.w= :>'11//
NAACP for in proposed
support
Rep. Adam C. Jr fined as truants from school. Two order compelling the city of SL
capital, Powell ,
Dexter Ave. Baptist Church was : legal actions to compel compliancewith FOUNDLING "Baby X: the name temporarily given this
of the girls are 13 of age, Petersburg to its to Negroes
New York Democrat asked years open spa
among those indicted by,a grand the Supreme Court's decis- darling little baby girl who was found last Tuesday by a garbage
one is 15, and the other 16. has been until
Thurs- postponed
"White House"
protection
jury Tuesday on charges of vio- ion," they said.: collector was reported to be improving and progressing rapidly. As
The girl sgot from the March 8.Attorneys.
day for Negroes indicted in Montgomery away .
lating Alabama's anti-boycott law. The two men pledged the full you look at that sweet little infant you are probably saying: How
Ala.,, in connection with home to take a walk while the for the city and a
could any anyone Florida Star Photo
He returned Thursday from a support of the NAACP in these
the bus boycott there. matron was talking on the tele- group of Negro citizens seeking
series of speaking engagements in eight states which they said are
Powell said in a telegram to the phone.It admission to the pool agreed to
Tennessee and Sheriff Mac Butler President that the arrest of Negro was learned that the girls confer on preparation of an order. "in open rebellion against the
said the surrendered Constitution and the law of the Found In
minister ministers in Montgomery on boycott will be sent to the State Reform- Federal Judge George W. White Baby Garbage
voluntarily. He was released on charges is a "new low in atory, Forest Hills Home for Girls. hurst said If the law-they are land.
$300 bond after being booked and Marshall and Wilkins characterized -
American barbarism." Reports that the youth are being entitled to relief by being per-
fingerprinted. I j I held under bond were not uncon- mitted to use the pool/ SQ called "interposition" and"nullification" Doing Well In HospitalA
in of
H. was the 24th Negro minister firmed due to a veil of secrecy. He said he felt opposing attor- moves some
taken into sheriffs officers Dale the states as "merely nicesounding -
custody: as I Hearing neys should confer on an order so
for the
phrases brought out
rounded up the defendantsnamed it will prevent future "misunder-
sole of trying to puyt"cloak a foundling baby which some Jacksonville mother cruelly discarded
in the wholesale indict Set For HawkinsGAINESVILLE Charge While Kim standings and friction." purpose -
ments. More than 50,'other Negroes Judge Whitehurst lias ruled of respectability and law- several days ago was reported last Thursday to be "doing i
I fulness the defiant attitudeof nicely" by officials at Duval Medical Center.
also been arrested. I upon
hart
orally that in line with U. S. Supreme -
For NurcierNegroDoctor Of those who continue to refuse to And she's the sweetest little -'
The total number of defendants Circuit Judge ,Court decisions Negroesare 1- .
named in the grand jury indict- John A. Murphree has set May entitled to swim at the spa abide by the law of the land." thing. When taken to the hospital Beach school

ments was first announced as 115, 21 as the date to begin hearings which is located on the city's mu-! The NAACP leaders said that I last Tuesday Baby "X" as hospital
) Delaware, Maryland, Missouri, attendants have n a m e d her
the effect of admissionof
but the sheriff's office said it concerning nicipal pier off Tampa Bay. I
Oklahoma and West Virginia are weighed five and one-half pounds.+ Sponsors Banquet
would be about 90. a Negro to the University of The city has said it will appeal: 1 i
Some of the defendants were Florida Law SchooL COLUMBUS, Ga. The white the court's ruling. I desegregating "in a sensible/ash- Now she weighs six pounds.

listed by initials on one writ and Murphree was appointed special owner of a Columbus departmentstore Henry I. Young, representing ion.." But, they said, progress "is The infant girl was reported in The P-TA of the Jax Beach Elementary -

by their full names on another, commissioner by, the Florida Su- was, charged Monday with the city of St. Petersburg and I immeasurably slow" in Arkansas, :critical condition at the Duval I' School will sponsor its

making it appear at first that they preme Court to hear testimony the Saturday night murder of a Francisco Rodriguez, and Harold Kentucky Tennessee and Texas, Medical Center Wednesday following Fifth Annual FOUNDERS' BAN-

were different persons. concerning the administrative prominent local Negro leader. A. Jackson, counsel for the Negro I I where much can be accomplished" her discovery the day be- QUET in the school's cafeteria,

King's home was damaged bya problems and possible "public Solicitor General John H. Land group were present. I through further negotiations. fore by a city street cleaner. ,Friday evening. March 2 at 8:30.

dynamite explosion the night of mischief" which could be caused said a warrant was sworn out for In the"eight "recalcitrant"states Albert Johnson. 1305 Lee Street, The speaker for the affair will

Jan. 30. He was away from the by integration.He. Luico Flowers, 54, for the fatal the NAACP expressed told homicide detectives he heard be Mr. Joseph James, well-known

house but his wife their 7-week- said he has set aside one shooting of- Dr. Thomas Brewer, She Dies As Two willingness to negotiate with any the baby cry when he picked up churchman and civic leader and

old daughter and'a neighbor were day to hear arguments and receive 72, past president of the Colum- local school board which has what a paper shopping bag that had commissioner. Entertainment will

there at the time. None was in results of integration surveys bus chapter of the NAACP.No they termed the "courage" to sup been placed near a garbage can I be rendered by a men's choral

jured. made by the Board of ControL bond has been granted and Lovers Fight port the Constitution. at Fourteenth and Fairfax Streets. group under the direction of Mr.

Those arrested included Mrs. Another day has been set Land reported none was expected.See Johnson notified Patrolman Carter Lewis instructor at the

Rosa Parks a seamstress, who appealed aside for attorneys for Virgil No ConnectionThe TAMPA A 28-year-old Tam- Potash Tosser Augustus Jones, who took the Moncrief School, Jacksonville.
a $14 fine levied in City Hawkins Daytona Beach Negro case-which the NAACP killed Saturday baby to the medical center in his Other entertainment will be vocal
woman was
Court Dec 5 for refuing to move who seeks admission. and relatives of Brewer insist has pa battle personal car.Hospital solos by Miss Cynthia C. Clarke,
night in a shotgun-pistol
to the back of a bus. That appealwas Murphree is to forward the no connection with the segrega- between two admirers. Spurns ReleaseOn attaches said it wouldbe newly appointed music teacher in.
turned down Wednesday by testimony to the Supreme Court tion issue-will come before the the colored schools of Jacksonvilleand
Detective Norman Brown reported from 48 to 72 hours before they
Circuit Judge Eugene Carter and without making a ruling. Muscogee grand jury Feb. 29. Mr. William D. Cannon, Jack-
Jimmie Lee Flowers related could determine whether the
Columbus police linked the Probation sonville's outstanding baritone.
how he shot Pauline Davis child would live.
Shooting to a dispute between They will'be accompanied on the
with a pistol while firing at Char- Dr. Walter Lambert and Dr.
Eastside Woman Dies Flowers and Brewer over the ar- piano by Mrs. Lois H. Telfair
rest 10 les Green. TAMPA Loretta Richards Myrns Baum, who were supervising -
days ago of a Negro on a teacher at the Beach School
in front Flowers and Green, both of this who blinded her boy friend treatment, said the infant was
disorderly conduct charge nearly Leroy Harper, Principal of
of Flowers store. city are held on open charges when she threw potash into his "slightly dehydrated," weighingfive Susie E. Tolbert School, will serveas

Of Stab Wounds In FightAn Brewer who occupied an office pending further investigation. face Monday spurned freedom on pounds five ounces. The Master of Ceremonies.

I in the building, claimed the.arrest probabation next day. child was placed in an incubatorand

involved "brutal police methods.'" She told Criminal Court Judge was being fed through a tube.
Third Degree ,Burns FT. PIERCE MAN
Eastside woman who was stabbed early last Wednesday Threat Reported Grayson that she didn't want probation Detectives were still investigating -

morning in a fight in front of a cafe at 738 Florida Avenue was Land said reports indicated that Fatal To Jax', ResidentAn because she "likes to the case, it was learned. DIES IN WRECKFT.

reported dead a few hours after she was taken to Duval Medical Brewer a leader for 20 years in traveL" Probation would limit her
Center for treatment. Columbus anti-segregation movements elderly citizen here died in travel to just this county of Hills- PIERCE Sam Redfern, .

The dead woman is Alberta had "threatened to get" Duval Medical Center Saturday borough. BE SURE 83, was killed and two other Ne-

Matthews 32 of 650 Florida Ave. Mathews woman who was armed Flowers for his part in the arrest afternoonearly of burns he sustained "The alternative to probation is gro residents were injured 14

Lilly Rivers 49, of 650 Florida with a large switch-blade pocket- Flowers, Land said, "was very last Wednesday night whena jail and the only traveling you'll REGISTERIF miles west of Ft. Pierce in an

Avenue suffered a cut on the left knife, according to police. nervous and worried because he portable oil heater exploded at do will be to Raiford." the judge TO automobile accident last Tuesday.

arm and was released after treat- was afraid. of what Brewer mightdo. his residence.He said. Highway Patrolman G. W.-
ment at Duval :Medical Center. McLean was treated in the ." was Jesse Williams 75 of "It looks like you're getting bad YOU HAVE MOVED Knutsen said Leroy Moss, driverof

Irvin McLean 52, of 648 Florida medical center emergency room A witness whose identity was 938 Kings Road. advice. You sometimes get bad YOUR REGISTRATION CARD the car, lost control after pass-

Avenue is accused of stabbing the and booked for homicide investigation withheld by police, claimed Firemen reported Williams re- advice in jails. You might ask WILL NOT BE FORWARDEDTO ing another auto. The car veeredoff

to death and woundingthe .. according to Det Sgts. R. Brewer walked into Flowers' of- ceived third-degree burns over your advisors if they're so smart YOUR NEW ADDRESSBE the highway and overturned
woman B. Whittington and J. IL Miller, his result of the in jaiL" SUM: TO CHANCE three times.Benjamin.
other in a knif fight at the fice Saturday night set down his most of body as a why are they
same time in front of the cafe. who investigated the tragedy. medical: bag, and reached into his I explosion. Only $40 damage was The judge gave the woman an- YOUR ADDRESSAT .Washington of Ft.

McLean was stabbed in the I Officers E H. Perry and D. S. pocket. At that point the witness reported to the bedroom and contents other week to think the matter I THE BEGISTRAR'S OFFICE Pierce was critically hurt' and

right sbct apparently by the Winkler answered the calL said, Flowers started shooting. I where the accident occurred. over. MARKET fc DUVAL Moss was less seriously injured.' l








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T... THE tLOWIU STA Saturday February 1$, 1936

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_THE. FLORIDA KWtic'tom STAR M t POLITICS: AS USUAL



BY ERIC O. SIMPSONThis
;., -' rkUhd by The FbfUt Star PubUtUnf c.. week column
.:; brings to our readers the expressions of a

1. :' noted writer. Jack Bell, featured columnist of "The Miami Herald
MGDIq A44ret:
f. O. ft.. 561, JackjoBTiUe 1, .rIde. The column appeared in the Sunday. January 19 issue of The Miami
1423 I....g'4.Srreet. Jsxkte.riiie FUrUa PHONE ELGIN 4-3773 Herald" and is.reprinted with the permission of that publication.:

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MIC 0...SIMPSON ...-. ..... .. ..-. ..- ...... ., MalNltillt Editor NEGRO HAS GONE FAR HERE SINCE 1925 SAYS JACK BELL

Lerq. NS,.." waJ altoll ....... .,__ ..__.... ... _... Km E41t.r 4 Your Town Crier isn't saying hell support Adlai Stevenson for

c.- .,..._ J........ "; _.. ._._._.._,_.. New 'Staff LA&o pr o AT1ONtpR the Democratic presidency nomination or-that he won't. Nor is thisa

commitment for him if he is nominated. But .
Member. of Associated Negro Press "f E HM RITS -.-- ..
I Roy Wilkins, executive secretary -

THE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: OI1VILRIGHTSFDRMLi for the National Associationfor Beach after sundownAmericancitizens

1. Negro Firemen. i, I AHERKANS p Advancement of Colored People mind you.. They had virtually -
is attacking Adlai's suggestion -.
no city sanitation assist-
2.. More Negro Police Officers. /J r
to Colored
i: 3. Squad Can for the Negro Police. S. citizens that I ance. Schools were terrible.

;.- .:4. More and Better Schools and Speeding Up of the they should ad- Streets. were dirt, filth, mud re
Building Program. fuse.A
-"C' tl ; 7 r just themselvesto Negro didn't dare go to a
a gradual sports event outside of Colored

SPEAK UP AMERICA NOW their enjoyment citizenship o f- town. Even a few short years agoa
sanctimonious
University of Miami -
\ rights. I board of trustees let Penn

Reprinted From The Atlanta Daily World .// / /1 + said The Wilkins Negro in" !State cancel a game here, rather
t than permit a Negro player on the

Although the Supreme Court decision outlawing segre- a Lincoln's I field.

gation in public schools is still more a cold decision "in the (17 Birthdavaddress. .
I1i
book" than a living actuality, it is nevertheless performing a / L "is the But do you realize that-as

tremendous service in clearing the way to ultimate fulfill- ___ "k'a only; American who is being' ad- :Stevenson suggeSts-things have
\ vised to take his citizenship rights changed here?
ment.This S. < gradually. The Negro is American
I find elementary
defy to better
-
may seem an empty, almost foolish statement in anyone
"
enough to resent and
face of the recent 2-to-l vote by Virginians favoring the { J tr..1. I"i"l ... the reject schools than our Negro
suggestion that American
amendment of the Virginia Constitution, a diabolically contrived : any children hare here. Despite violent -
\ should refuse to claim the
"gimmick" to circumvent the high court ruling. I'L 'I' : : 'I rights" opposition we are ridding
given him lay the Constitution. Miami of Negro slums and building
_ The wave of wanton lawlessness which now holds Mis- T 7 Let's agree that word -

sissippi in a virtual state of anarchy can, in part, be attributedto t .:, Jti' IttFft h ll. Wilkins sail is true. every But Steven.son's quarters.decent Negro and and sanitary White living ath-
handed ,
Before that decision '
the desegregation decree. was
4"x.. .:: '. t.\r\ .!.\ \) thought for gradual ap- letes appear side by side as doth
service" to anti-discrimination
down paying "lip _
_
persons proach to the segregation problem fans in the stands.
forces could well afford to openly sympathetic utterances -
express
would be "CIVIL RIGHTS LEGISLATION WILL HELP REMOVE THAT ROAD BLOCK" is by far the better way. We've unfairness sure. The decision
with the smug assurance that' little good accomplished Wilkins isn't taking into consideration of the Supreme Court isn't

thereby. cuss your ideas with all parties the fact that genera- ambiguous. Thisreally is a free
with the Court allying itself-by virtueof tions of
However, Supreme Negro servitude actuallydid
concerned, or to devote yourselfto country, say our highest jurists
the desegregation ban-with the anti-segregationists, the 'neighborhood, community and result in a feeling of superiority and discrimination must end.
have been forced to band themselves Your Weekly the
"lip service" segregationists family questions. Circumstances, on part of the whites. He But after generations of segregation
with the dyed-in-the-wool species. wants to break down in
if not other factors that stem one ac- socially, industrially,
Today, the lines between the pros and cons on the ques- Horoscope Guide from within yourself, could pre- tion, a community pattern built economically, each group living

tion of racial discrimination and segregation are more sharply cipitate showdowns between up since 1820.( Right or wrong, it within definite street confines -

drawn than at any time since the infamous Civil War. \\ Inch Are Your Lucky Day Fo couples, partners, friends, and cannot be done: how can immediate and complete
.
Whenever and wherever killings have been perpetratedupon sweethearts. desegregation be possible?
the disfranchised Southern Negro, they have been invariably Business Lo% c7'ravel 2-100-99-13-87-656 When I came to Miami in 1925 .. .

attributed to mob violence. And, as such, the so- PABLO The ASTROLOGER the American Negro was getting Perhaps there aren't 500 children
called "liberal" Southerners (who hardly ever take part in By SCORPIO .a pretty bad kicking around. He who'd be moved into mixed-

these massacres) are resultantly given "a clean bill of health." Born Oct. 20 thru NOT. 20 had virtually no rights, other than 'race classrooms by school district

It took the Supreme Court's desegregation decision to ARIES !cally can to betetr yourself in The lst-2nd are outstanding i that of property ownership. boundary edicts.DeSegregation.
smoke these liberals from their various places of concealment. Born March 21 thru April 19 every way and let the future take I Police could and didarresthim in higher educa-
days particularly when make
Virginia's 2-to-l vote to perpetuate discrimination shows only March-1st to 10th care of itself, and you, in the pro the best use of your individual you I([ without cause, punish hmvi tion, however, should start imme

too clearly that it is not only the so-called "mobsters" of You can and should make an cess. Sound planning and inspired virtues and aptitudes. The em- without reason. ("Just for the hell diately. Miss Autherine Lucy, a

Southern gentry who take a dim view of elevating the Negro excellent star tthis month by effort make it possible to wind phasis on the work do and of it; to watch him beg," the,cops Negro, entered University of Ala-

to a first-class citizenship status, but that their numbers must putting order ain your financial up the three day period (3rd to the money make you is accentuated used to tell me-a kid reporter bama, a disgraceful riot resulted
you
include an alarming percentage of hitherto "liberals. I affairs, bolstering your economic 5th) with a feeling of accomplishment favorably on the 3rd to 5th getting a Southern education. and she was barred from classes.

Now that the Supreme Court, by virtue of its anti-segre- ties and reducing your indebtedness and to reap its consequent but have to exert One night four of them. took The young women is going thrua

gation decree, has brought the wrath"of our Southern neighbors I to the full extent of your rewards. These are days when self you to make may the planetary indica-your- a Negro out of jail in a car. He trying period, as a result of,her

down upon the defenseless heads of their minority citizens -,ability. The proper appraisal of tensions may exist in marital as tions come truye. Curb all tend- was terrified grabbed a cop's gun courage in asserting her rights as

that Court is bound by its invested powers to protect a I your present position as well as well as 'other key associations encies to become dissatisfied, to and shot him-dead. The three an American citizen.

beleaguered minority. attention.to tax and other obligations and it will not help your personal controversial issues or to other cops beat him to death and And the faces of many AlabamIans -

Speak up, America! Speak up now or forever hold your may be undertaken to ad- cause ,riot your pocketbook if ever press a going partnership becauseof I we had an ugly scandaL For they professing interest in Americanism

peace in shameful silence! vantage ((1st-2nd). The 3rd to 5th you allow your emotions to geain a false notion that you can couldn't explain how they got him and higher learning are

are splnedid days for research the upper hand. succeed alone. out of jaiLI pretty red. For in the United

and pursuits that elevate your 2-14-60-77-79-141 8-70.44-17-61 621 tell this to show how things States we pride ourselves in our

Facts About Insurance mind and cultivate your creative. worked just 30 years ago, here. compulsory education for all by

talents. LEO SAGITTARIUS Negroes dared not be on Miami federal law.Autherine.

1-22-30-17-59-323 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 Born Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 Lucy and thousandsof

BY TED BEDDING Mark time during this' first You go far in relieving your tures should be curbed before it other Negro students are needed -

A ..n.. of aztdles: written in simple languageand TAURUS quarter as the main obstacles to mind of its concerns when you do gets you in difficulties. Shut I in all of our universities to get
designed to help the arerage man or womanto Born April 20 thru May 20 off from .
progress are now concentratedand the right thing by those who yourself the people, education in science, law, educa-
understand the true facts about insurance poli March 1st to 10th most powerful. Pleasure, en- share home. You should places, and activities that depressor tion, the medical profession etc.
.
your
des. The series is being written by Ted Redding Now is the time to see who is tertainment, and ,the interests of have ample occasion to demon- tire you. .1 They can help with the SupremeCourt.s

U an expert in the field of insurance.As on your side, and who is not, so those closest to your heart take strate your personal qualities in 9-80-33.14.74-331 decision.
a public service Mr. Redding will answer that you may take the most efficacious You
the spotlight on the 3rd-4th. ways that will do you credit and
any insurance problems that readers may hare. measures to come nearerto ....
benefit from
are likely to greatly put you well on the way to eventual -
Address all inquiries to Fads About Insurance your ultimate objectives (1st- the suggestions and good will of recognition from higher

'. Florida Star P. O. Box. 561. Jacksonville 2nd). A happy occurrence on the others on the 5th. Bar disputesthat sources. Hold everything on the
I. Fla. 5th may impel you to start taking
discon-
stem from own
your 6th-7th as there are disturbing
,0 il-advised chances. You will have
,\ tent or shortcomings, and which signs of financial reverses for
Mr. ReddingP. occasion to further your ambitions
could bring about"marital or those who speculate or who get
O. Box 561JacksonTille. shortly, but it would be premature POSNEIS{
labor troubles showdowns with into difficulties with their closest
Florida to try to force the issue at
superiors, and subsequent nervous associates.
Dear Sir: this particular time and place. tensions.
I am writing you for information on Insurance. I hare insur- 950661872211GEMINI 5-44-50-12.78-617 r
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ance with a certain: colored company which I hare had over a periodof .

S4 'years. Of course the policy stase whole life with a fire percent CAPRICORNBorn I t ,4.kFprt WOftLO'S FASTEST SELLING
VIRGO Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19
and I unwilling to drop it ,
increase but I am losing money am Born May 21 thru June 21
because I feel thai I have paid too much money into it. Will you March 1st la>> 10th Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 Allow your friends to contrib- 'Ky.r HAM STRAIGHTEN
whd be done about it. Open and frank discussions ute to your pleasure and education endBUCK
please adrise me as to can If you are looking for the right
with or other confi- but be somewhat more dis-
your spouse
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I, Churchwomen Of Second Baptist Stage Colorful Annual Tea Adali School Graduation Is Sel .

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Commencement services for the by Adrian L. Oliver, principal of

Stanton Adult School will be held the Veteran Night School, and

Wednesday evening, Feb. 29, in Randolph E. Silas, principal of the

the school auditorium at Ashley Adult School some 20 veterans

-i Street, between Broad and Clay and non-veterans are candidatesfor

Streets and those in leadershipat graduation.Both .

:. the institution have invited
patrons, friends and guests to schools are shbwing re-

a !k w9 attend. ,The program is scheduledto markable growth, gaining pres-
begin at 8:15 o'clock. tige and respect and it is asked

-I ., ./ -a The Rev. Hill Norris, ministerof that there will be a full attend-

the St. Matthew Baptisf ance next Wednesday evening.

Church will deliver the address: ,
and will be presented by the Rev.

-, LI S. L. Badger, minister of Emanuel Music Feature

I 1: .. 4q Baptist Church, this city.

.. According to a statement made
'Y. ": .1! Set
,., \. __ In Ebenezer

r Stork

4iiiTT1k: 'r h e Annual Afternoon of

--: --.:& .....,."..,.. :u>_. .....;F,,. :;: '" '*>. .t> f,,, Deliveries Music," a feature program of the

TEA EVENT IN JAX One of the highlights of,last Sunday's activities was Mae Burrows. Mrs. Ada Reeves Mrs. Minnie McCoy and Mrs. Cola McCoy. African Methodist Episcopal

the Second Baptist Junior Women's Missionary Society tea held in the home of In the photo at right front row are: Mrs. Laura Harris. Mrs. B. Kelsey Mrs. Born To Church's youth programs will be

Mrs. Cola McCoy 2842 Venus Street. The photos above show some of the participants Earline Foster. Mrs. W. G. Patton Mrs. A. S. Scott. Mrs. A. B. Darby Mrs. Lelia : presented S u n day % afternoon.

and sponsors of the event In the photo at left from left are: Mrs. Era Bryant Alans. Mrs. Nellie Grover Mrs. Marie' Hamming and Mrs. Lavania Graham. ,On Wm. and March 11, starting at 3 o'clock in
Mrs. Task l' Jenkins.. Mrs. Mary Ann Flanders. Mrs. Jessie Eutsey. Mrs. Lucille: the back row are: Mrs. Ruby H. Morrissette. Mrs. Alexina Johnson. Mrs. M. K. 750 Myrtle Larmar, Jr... the sanctuary of Ebenezer Metho-
Scott. Mrs. Mable Young. Mrs. Alberta Williams. Mrs. Roberta Hall. Mrs. Flora Gibson and Mrs. R. L. Glass. Spearing St., girl Feb. 4. dist Church at Ashley and Clay
Edd and Wilhelmena Hamilton
,
Streets, under the sponsorship of
1735 Powhattan St, girl Feb. 5.
Dr. C. S. Williams and the
com-

Circle Is PlanningFor College GroupToSinginCily A&out !People Gills To Drive BrokenBorough 1430 Thomas Francis and St,Earline girl Feb.Lee 6., Jr., mittee in charge of the fete.

Annual EventsThe
Clarence and Mary Billingslea, Presenting the group singers

For Funds Grow Mission Will 1017 E. Union St, boy Feb. 6. I will be the Women's Society of
Ultra Modern Savings and Friends of Daniel Webster Per- James and Eunice Hayes, 632 Christian Service of the church

Sewing Circle of the city will observe kins, prominent and veteran bar- Court H, Blodgett. Homes girl where the Rev. Evan M. Hurley

its eleventh, anniversarywith Appearing in a concert here on rister and leader in.education and LargelyHere Sing On SundayThe Feb. 7.Frank. serves the pastorate. "The After-

a'program"Thursday evening the evening of Monday, March 5, civic affairs will be delighted to and Inez Harris 1528 W. noon of Music" is a service to.be

March 1, beginning at 8 o'clock in in the Mt. Ararat Baptist Churchat learn that he has improved wonderfully Gifts and contributions exceed- 1st St, girl, Feb. 7. done in all singing. The invocation -

the local branch auditorium of the 21st and Davis Streets, where from a recent illness and ing better than $3,500 was reported Brokenborough Mission of Ceaser and Betty Stewart, 4118 the scripture songs of na-
Young Women's Christian Asso- the Rev. Dallas Graham serves is back at his post. He is a trustee as raised here Thursday just a this city will present in the Rec- Connie. St, girl Feb. 7. ture, anthems old hymns of the

ciation. Friends are invited to the pastorate, will be the cele- and officer of Bethel Baptist few hours before and during the reation Center at Mt. Herman and David and Estelle Furlow, 903 churches and a gospel message

share in it. The YW is at 1215 Lee brated Bethune-Cookman. College Church, the Rev. Robert H. Wil- session of the Development Fund Third Streets, the second in a Jefferson St. girl. Feb. 8. will all be vocal messages done by

Street. Choral Ensemble. son, minister. Campaign the Jacksonville Chap- series of "Afternoon of Enlightenment" Ivery and Jennie Elps, Jr.; 1629 experts in each rendition, it was

:Mrs. L. M. Harris states that The event is to be staged here ter, in the interest of Bethune- programs, on Sunday Feb. Camphus St, boy, Feb. 8. stated.
the club or other group attending 26. beginning at 3:15: p. m. and a Charlie and Olene Route
any King
in connection with the 29th anni- Mrs. L. A. Davis is improving Cookman College of Daytona
choirs host
The two of the
receive award for full attendance is looked for.
will an 9 Richardson Rd twin Feb.
Beach. boys
versary observance of the local nicely from an illness in her homeat church of which Mrs. Sadie Jef-
the largest attendance. These are Mary McLeod Bethune Circle of 1937 Davis Street. Her daughter Presiding in the absence of the Theme of the meeting is ''RaceBuilding" :9. feries and Mrs. Eleanor W.
Hurleyare
some of the persons who will appear Miss elected chairman and two of the subjectsto Clarence and Dora White, 1143
this city was founded by Mrs. Ruth Davis, was at the was Dr. RichardV. the diiectors of
on the program, said Mrs. bedside be discussed are "Why God Mill Creek Rd. girl Feb. 16 respectively
Ada M. Lee who served as presi- of her ill mother the past Moore president of the college Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 2 and
Harris: dent until last election when she week. She is a senior at the college as the assembly almost over- Frowns on Some of Us," and Willie and Johnnie Townsend, Choir No. 3 of Second
The audience in singing Mrs. "How We Can Erase Some Black Route 8 Box 460 Greenland Baptist
was named as founderpresidentemeritus and is doing fine in her crowded the board of directors Fla,
Mrs. C.
Church
Leola LeVaughn, Mrs. Orilla An- of the body. studies. rooms of the Barnett National Marks." There will be musical girl, Feb. ,15.Raymond Gladys Vaught in
will have the
derson, Mrs. Agnes Smith, Mrs. Bak downtown talent heard including the Hampton and Louise Cobb, directing, part
Thursday.
The concert by the clever singers music fete.Soloists .
Eliza Sharpe. Mrs. Daisy Kelsey; He presided in the absence of Davis team and the team of 1237 Dade St, girl Oct. 13.
has served as a regular feature Mrs. Viola White. Mrs. M. J.
Arthur Singleton Miss PattyA. Thomas and John A. Pickens and Mattie
Lee the committee president Fred B. Bryant. are to be Mrs. Edna M.
Flop Mrs, -Mozelle Meacham, of the circle's'anniversary Tolan. and Mrs. Carrie Wise of Noble, a lawyer of prominenceand Others to be heard are Misses 1034% W. Monroe St. girl, Nov. Jackson, Mrs. Josephine Ellerson
for number of
the Davis Trio Mrs. Georgia Ford. programs a years Washington are guests of Mr. and a school supporter for Martha Murray, Janet Miller, 2, 1955. Brown and Paul J. Williams.
Mrs. Alvenice McQueen, Mrs. here, and have proven delightfuland Mrs. J. R. Simmons at Atlantic here and elsewhere. many The Barbara Jones, Louis Jenkins and Robert and Rosa Stewart, 11

Maggie Aaron, Mrs. Eleanor Jack- entertaining. Miss Ondria !' Beach and are being entertained years campaign here is focused the Mrs. Mary S. Brown, Mrs. Dora Brewster St, girl Dec. 22, 1955.

son, Mrs. Orilla Anderson, who King, the agile new president, has delightfully in the sunshine of raising of $35,000 in this city on and thy Monroe Felder will preside, Earl and Ethel Scott, 640 So. GOING FISHING
stated that from the
will present the principal and the proceeds con- Florida. Several social courtesies county and present: indications and among the hostesses are Mrs. Lincoln Court, boy. Dec. 27, 1955. Get Your Bait ShrimpACOSTA'S
will toward the fund
speaker will be Mrs. Theo Oree: cert which, is go scholarships have honored the guests. point to'the fact that that sum Gladys Benjamin and Mrs. Gladys John and Mamie Garner, 2042 At

There will also be heard Mrs. providing and probably more will be real- Murray. Miss Patricia Thomas Moncrief Rd. girl Oct. 25, 1955.
: and
Thelma Belliny, the president; for deserving young: men wonen. Mrs. Martha Pierce, well knownin student of the BrokenboroughMusic George D. and Graylayn Le-
The aim of the circle"she 8025 MAIN STREETUp
Mrs. Marie Jenkins, Mrs. F. L. church circles, is ill in her ized.The Rev. Evan M. Hurley School will serve at the sesne 1347 W. 24th St, girl. Feb.
said is to aid educational institu- committee To 20% DiMOM en Reel
Chrispin, and Mrs. May Bell Tay- home, and friends may call and member and minister of piano. 12.
tions and this is the major project
lor and Mrs Mattie King. see her. She is a member of the the Ebenezer Methodist Church of
for the year to raise funds in that .
direction.A AME Church, Mt. Pisgah, at At- this city offered prayer followingthe :? ''
lantic Beach, and is prominent in call to order by Dr. Moore, .
Annual Coffee Hour classic and spiritual program #
other affairs.
and afterwards Dr. Greene read A'P.+ !9
will be presented here it was re- :
Slated In Jax ChurchUsher vealed. the minutes of the former session '7,.." .. %
Mrs. Bertha Howard of 337 and they were approved. Dr. ( :, r c
$ :
$ ,,
Board No. :2! of Day Oak Street, Brooklyn section of Moore recognized the presence in .. .c .

Spring Baptist Church at Jeffer- Ladies AuxiliaryWill the city is ill in' her home and the meeting of such outstanding

son and Dew Drop Streets, the friends may call to see her. Mrs. members of the committee as the ,
R ev. Cyrus A. Weayer minister, Meet Sunday Howard is a member of the Dea- Rt. Rev. John Branscombe of ; ., t: .x

will sponsor its annual coffee coness Council and the Dorcas Cuba and Florida, the Methodist r

hour, Sunday, March 11, beginning __The Ladies Auxiliary of the Sisters Auxiliary of the Woman's Church; Dr. Don A. Cook, a dis- yntr

at 4 o'clock in the social Laymen's League will observe its District Missionary and Educa- trict, superintendent here of the

rooms of the old church, next eighth anniversary and tea affair tional Convention, an Auxiliary same church; Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle -

door to the new edifice. Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, from to the East Florida and Bethany Duval County Superintendent N

Guest speaker will be Dr. H. 4 to 6 o'clock in the home of Mr. Baptist Association of the state. of. Public Education, and

James Greene, principal of the and Mrs. Gilbert F. Hart at 1928 others of high status in citizen-_

Smart P. Livingston Public Louisiana Street and friends are from ship. All three spoke during the p
Improving excellently an
invited to share in it with their assembly and made their contri-
School here, and there will be illness in his home at I3S5 West
heard other talented and accom- attendance.A butions to the committee.
23rd Street is Robert C. HarrelLa
It is asked that program with fine talent ap- Several committee members
p1ished. v.ersons. member of Mi. Ararat Baptist
will pearing has been arranged.w were heard next and various ex-
all friends of the
group
t Church and of District No. 2 of
f attend. pressions of hope were made to
please the congregation. Friends are asked
Mrs. Pearl Young the general the body.
to call on him.
chairman of the. committee in Concert Skied Present in addition to those already -

charge extends an invitation to named were: Mrs. Ada M.
clubsof Clarence L. Dixon of Long Island Lee Mrs. S. Loise Brooks, Mrs.
all auxiliaries, boards and '
N. Y. was a visitor'recentlyin Thelma Harris Livingston, Miss
the church, the city, and else- Sunday Evening .
where to please attend this fete. the city. He paid a visit here to Eartha M. M. White, the Rev. f- ; ;
visit his ill Mrs. Mollie ;
r mother Damon Dell, William J. Smith, 4 .
The Stweard Board of Ebenezer Dixon. He is the brother also of Dr. James R. Henderson, George

Methodist Church at Aslhey and Mrs. Alice Scott and Mrs. Ruth Nairn, Mrs. Arnolta J. Williams,

Wedding Bells Clay Streets city the Rev. EvanM. Dixon. both well known and re- Dr. James H. Lewis, Maxwell

Hurley )minister will presenta spected citizens.F. Saxon, who accompanied Dr.
Applications for Marriage concert Sunday Feb. 26, whichis z
Moore here and serves as campaign -
.Licenses, set to begin at 7:30 o'clock. Henry Williams, head, of his director, and present also ., .. ; ;f
Heard in singing will be Mrs. own real estate business concern were LeRoy M. (Spike) Washington ";''.fot'" '., .
Joe L. Harris, 1979 BroadwayAve Alverina M. Alexander a mem- here has returned to the city publicist and newspaper man .. '

: age 19 ana Theresa L. Shy ber of Choir No. 2 of the church from a trip to'attend a real estate here, and Albert Frazier who was : .:: '.. .' ;.: t s: ;. _.

1545 W. 10th St, age 19. and an exceptionally accomplished dinner affair in Atlanta, and re- there for pictures.A l'gat

Frank Gray, 5926 Carnation and talented singer, and the ports the affair as being largely final rally is planned for the

Road, age 47 and Albertha Moore male trio of the church made up attended by men and women of city later this month and will be !

1171 W. 25th' St, age 33. of John James Walter Blackmanand the organization from all across free to all it was voted before IEsafromise

Daniel L. Smith, 1242 GrotheSt Powell Stukes all three fine the nation, and delightfully enter- the session closed.

age 36 and Fred M. Barnes singers. It 'was stated, also that taining. <

1242 Grothe St, age 38, Mrs. Alexander who sang brilliantly .

Jos. H. Brown, Marine Barracks last Sunday evening at the Attending the funeral rites in for QUICK RELIEF of Godefroys Larieose Hair ColorGet Godefroy's Laxjense at your
NAS age 22 and Eloise Render- Florida Normal and Industrialand the tag can do more for your hair favorite cosmetic counter now-
brother
son, 719 W. Church St, age 23. Memorial College at St Tampa week was for Joe a Winston during of 1920 HEADACHENEURALGIA than you're ever dreamed of the famous brand in the ted box tiYt
.
725 A. Blod- gives hair youthful new color known and for more
i Bobbie A. Watson Augustine, will render selections Wisteria Street. the Southside.. He gray approved
gett Homes age 21 and Willie M. from the classics and spirituals. is president, of the Sov.ths1d.UshKs .. gives drab hair glowing than 5O.years. r
2045 Davis St 18. chairman of the new color.leaves your hair soft,
Wright age Edgar .Alston, Winston .
J. P. Newberry 3312 Lee St, sponsoring board, looks for a was Union.funeralised The dead and Mr.interred: Ease Pains el PM.- shining' ; this very day! /* IS flatteri ab dw

age 50 and Jean :McFarland. 3308 large number of persons, and stated. Neuritis wig
at Lire Oak it was STANBAOL
Lee St, age 51. states further that the proceeds Quick Aetfftj

taken, not at the door and not TtstSTANBACEaftinrtytepcntiOQ k

through any admission fees, will aT juufrviscu S
Learn Commercial Art benefit the board on behalf of At the bedside of her ill daughter ..,. See BQVftfifcf Just
in Philadelphia"the past sev-
Start A ytimt the church. fIUkk COID&
eral weeks has been Mrs. Mabel

I C. I. APPROVED Potee of 724'West Church Street, 6MIw EasY & / -

AMERICAN for a number of years a leader ?

SCHOOL OF ART PATRONIZEOUR : here in fraternal and society af .. .ir
5 l.Z.. A GatWr..11or.. 3. After color: hi deed'
Moved To New Lecatle :1 fairs. She reports her daughter geps A.it.ri.... .c.Rf{. ......ttto Malt ........ 0pe4. .M..es b. vOMtvl.n..s
106 EAST BAY STREET improving nicely and subject to d11tl.d. cWft! b Idd ... Ml hi"r1..*da. style.01 .

tad jar I[ ADVERTISERS her rekir continuous knae. improvement win .. -\ M r '-" _", _'


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;: St. Paul AME Ch.urch's League Presents Principal At Vesper





: Mrs. Joyier Will Give Message New Members Of National Honor Society I To Stewardess Hear Rev.Board JacksonCentral Weaver To Speak


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Begiuifig Ai 5' O'clock Soda, CME Church's minister Ai AnniversaryPreacher

":,2t1"; T.w T. the Rev O. R. Jackson will con-

.A Vt duct the leadership in worship
t for the tenth anniver-
Christian Endeavor League workers of St. Paul AME Churchat tw cr services Sunday evening. Feb 26,
observance service of District
Myrtle Avenue and 13th Street, have made plans for an interest- in New Mt. Pleasant CME Church sary
No. 28 of Second
ing worship service Sunday Feb. 26, beginning at 5 p. m.Principal and a large assembly is asked. He Baptist Church
- Kings Road will be the Rev.
will preach and serving with him
for this
speaker -
special A. Weaver
; Cyrus minister of Day
will be Choir No. 2 and Usher
r
Vester Hour services will be
Easiness Courses Spring Baptist Church, on Wed-
Mrs. Aldonia C. Joyner. principalin Board No. 2.
nesday night March 7, in the
Public The service is to be held under
the Duval County
of the
sanctuary church. Servicesare
. School System and one of the Being Offered the sponsorship of the Stewardess scheduled to begin at 8 o'clock

finest and best,prepared speakersin Board No. 2 and the membershipof
and the Rev. K. D. Britt is minis-
;
this area. The program has Ai Local School z\ ; the host church. ter there.

been prepared as a regular s At Central Sunday there will The guest minister holds
x many
monthly feature of the Allen be presented the usual services important places of leadership in
Registration is in and it was stated also that the
Christian Endeavor League of the now progressfor
his church and the city and state
\- ;: p 'L.._. Missionary Society of that church
church by Mrs. Erma Bryant an- very practical night courses 7. and is a learned speaker and

other school teacher .and church which are being offered in Real will sponsor a spiritual tea at the preacher. It is asked that members
leader Estate. Income Tax and Successful FAM-U HONOR SOCIETY INITIATES NEW MEMBERS Eleven persons-nine students and church on Davis Street from to
of the celebrating district,all
Mrs. Joyner will'be presentedby Salesmanship at the Duval two faculty members-were initiated into Theta Iota Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi National Honor Society 6 o'clock Sunday coming. The other units of the two churchesand

Miss Pearlie Scarborough an County Vocational School according recently at Florida A and M Unirersity. They are shown above with some of the chapter's other pastor will be heard at the serv- friends will please attend in
to Mrs. Iva T. Sprinkle Su"pt.of ice from the subject "What Jesus
other local public school teacher. members. First row. John Purvis. Brooklyn, N. Y: Mrs. Barbara Cole Black Harold Barge. Pensacola; Means To The World." support of this fete of worship.For .
Public Instruction.Mr. .
Music for the program Sunday F. Williams who has Dr. E. H. Wallace. Joseph Awkard, adviser: Dr. C. J. Stanley and Robert Jennings faculty member. many years there has ex-
win be furnished by the Ada Henry isted a kind friendship and closeness -
proven very successful in the field Second row. left to right. Samuel L. Williams Lakeland: Delores Foster Pahokee. Fla. Edna Sampson.
Bracy Chorus of the church which between these two churchesand
group is rapidly gaining recogni- of Real Estate will again serve as Orlando; Mrs. Eugenia Broughton faculty member Rena M. Conyer. Daytona Beach: Bernice H. Clau- CHURCH their ministers.There will appear -

tion as singers.Miss Dorothy Dan- the instructor in the 16 weeks'course sell. Pensacola: Orastine Dawson Pensacola and Eugene Cromartie. Daytona Beach. The persons on other able persons on the

iels is the gifted organist and she that will begin March 1. the back row and Jennings are the new members of the NOTESIt program of the evening.Mrs. .

also directs. These classes will meet every chapter.A fc M Staff Photo by James Walden. Alberta J. Williams is the
Thursday from 7 to 10 m. The
p. has been announced that committee chairman and has led
classes on Income Tax meet Tues-
services Sunday at Truewill Bap- in preparing the finest one yet.
Homeroom Mothers
day and Thursday of each week
tist Church will be held in the
THE AUTO LIABILITY LAW Powell PlanIs
Sponsor ServicesThe from 7:30 to 9:30 p. In. and are usual manner. Sunday School will

. under the skillful direction of A. Mrs. Paige To SingIn
begin at 9:30: a. m. with the Supt.
R. Taylor local attorney.The .
Homeroom Mothers Club of AttackedBy Brother Israel Hill presiding. The
classes will continue for'six This
Matthew W. Gilbert High School morning worship will begin at 11 City SundayDistrict
weeks and there will also be a The following is part of a series of questions and answers pre-

Mrs. Gladys Barnes President, offered in Successful pared by State Treasurer and Insurance. Commissioner: J. Edwin a. m.
will have of Vesper Serv- new course The Latimore Gospel Singers No. 10 of St. Matthew
charge Larson Administrator of Florida's new Financial. Responsibility law EducatorsATLANTIC
based the Na-
Salesmanship on
Church of West 28th St
Baptist
ice in the School's Auditorium will render a Sunday
on program
tional Sales Executives Clubs' in- for motorists in the interest of highway safety. Further questionson
Sunday, Feb. 26 at 4 p. m. structional program. Classes in this subject will be forthcoming regularly for the next few weeks. March 4, at 3 p. m. in the church will present Mrs. Gussie Paige
well known singer in a recital
The service is the first in a 0. What is the purpose of the CITY. N. J. The auditorium.
Successful: Salesmanship begin I Sunday Feb. 26, beginning at 8:30o'clock
series of Cultural activities being Feb. 27, meet Mondays from 7:30 1955 Financial Responsibility and $$.000 for property damages. board of directors of the National
in the of the
in Law? what should I do to Education Association Saturday sanctuary
sponsored by the group helpingto to 9:30 m. protect my Midway To Hear
p. church. Friends are invited to
stimulate. interest among the and A. It is an act of the Legisla- driving: privileges? adopted a resolution condemning
All
courses are practical Pastor Preach SundayServices please attend and hear this fine
people of the community. applicable to present day jobs. A ture designed to protect the A. Request your insurance the proposed Powell amendment.
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church solo-
The speaker for the occasion small registration fee will be motoring public from the financially agent or company to file a special The Powell proposal would place ist.

will f be Rev. Charles C. King whois charged. irresponsible driver who is form he has for this purpose desegregation requirements"on Sunday at Midway
pending federal school building AME Church will be held in the Mrs. Emma Watkins is presi-
well known throughout the city .. either unwilling or unable to settle known as SR-21 certifying that
.... dent of the presenting Mrs.
.
legislation.The usual manner. At 9:30 a. In. Sun- group
his contribution in damage claims arising out of have in all
and state for you respects complied
and John is the
Paige Phillips
,
with
day School will convene
helping youth. For several years Frank LeGreeTo the use of a motor vehicle. with Florida's Financial Respon- text of the resolution was
Supt. S. C. Hart in charge. The leader. The singer will be featured -
he has served as the pastor of the 0. To what extent is an auto- sibility law. to be telegraphed to every mem-
in selections thruoutthe
morning worship will begin at gospel
Laura Street Presbyterian Church. mobile owner or operator liable ber of the House of Representatives -
I I Preset! Show Florida's Financial 0. Does the Financial Responsibility 10:55 with the pastor the Rev.L. evening.
under new to President Eisenhower,
law both the driver
Among those slated to' partici- apply to : B. Washington delivering the
pate on the program are: Mrs. Responsibility law? and owner of the vehicle involvedin and Welfare Secretary Folsom
Ai New Sfanlon The league will conveneat
Gladys Barnes President; the A. The law requires that motor an accident resulting In injuryto and to Adlai Stevenson. Sen. message.5:30 p. m. with the president Membership Looking

Westminister Choir, Mrs. Margery vehicle owners or operators involved one or more persons or $50 in Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn.) and ;
Mrs. T. Hart in charge.
Steward Mrs. Lola McMicken, Frank LeGree, popular dancer! in accidents resulting in property damage? Gov. Averell Harriman of New I The evening, worship will begin I Toward Its Men's DayThe

Mrs. Iris L. Knox the Faculty and singer of this city will present death or injury to one or more A. Yes. York, potential democratic nomi- !at 6:30 p. m. with the pastor or

Ensemble. Mrs. Maggie Burton the "1956 Follies" in the persons or property damage nees for president.In of Grant Me-
spa amounting- $50 or more to be i Q.,What happens when a ,car his appointee delivering the message. membership
Prof. George Nairn Mrs. B. Als-: cious New Stanton High School liable for$10,000 for injury to one i owned by'one person and driven I an extraordinary action at its .Choir No.3 and Usher Board morial AME Church at Clay and

ton and Prof. Eu Gene J. Butler. i Auditorium Friday March 23 at person-$20,000 to two or more by another is involved in an accident usually routine midwinter busi No. 2 will serve at each service. Orange Streets the Rev. J. W.

8:30 p. m. II ness meeting the NEA board con- Burroughs minister, is looking
and $5,000 for property and neither the driver: nor The weekly activities will prevail -
This affair formerly an- persons its resolution forward to achieving the finest
given tended in
I owner can or will comply with : as usuaL The Spring Rallyis
Essi& May Scott Sets nually has ,not been presented damage. I success ever during the annual
0. If I should become involved the Financial Responsibility law? 1. "That this amendment would still in progress with its termination -

Anniversary Event within the past six years and in an accident and have bodily I A. The driver loses his privi- serve no useful purpose; on April 22 with the Marchof Men's Day observance which will
loads of new talent will be intro- Queens climaxing the affair. come on Sunday March 25, in the
injury and property damage in- lege to drive and the owner loses
duced to the public.This new talent i 2. "That its inclusion in a school sanctuary of the church. All
surance with minimum limits of the automobile tags and registration
is chosen from our youths at construction bill would contradictthe church members are asked to
Plans are being made for the to ot all vehicles registered in
$10.000 for injury one person.
the New Stanton High and Mat- II intent of the Supreme Courtin FLORIDA STAR please reach George Adams the
fifth annual anniversary programof $20.000 for two or more persons his name.
thew W. Gilbert Schools. its decrees which provide for secretary as soon as possible.
Miss Essie Mae Scott one of
Such nationally known dancesas gradual compliance; IN EVERY Chairman of the publicity and
the 'city's leading singers. The
the Mambo Calypso interpre- promotion committee is Ira W.
event is set for Sunday, March 25 NewsBY 3. "That it would not hasten the COLORED HOME
. tives jitterbug ballets, and many Putnam County Hemby.
and at this time the full program integration of a single school sys-
will be featured in specialroutines
.. is being completed.The more tem."
taught by Frank LeGree. E. J. VREEN,

birthday fete of the singingof Several new and original vocal 808 Madison Street Palatka Florid The board is composed of mem-

the young lady will be an eventof be East 5-302S CHAMPION'SMEN'S .
organizations will presented Phone bers from every state and territory -

Day Spring Baptist Church at along with comedy routines and elected by associations affil-
Jefferson and Dew Streets
Drop several other immense attractions. iated with the NEA. It is meeting WEAR
where the Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver
Music will be furnished by a A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK here in connection with the con-

serves ,as minister. group of famed musicians of this t vention of the American Assn. of SPRING SALE -

city commonly known as Frank ."Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune: but great School Administrators.
CHampioii's Special

Baptist Ministers LeGree's players Bebops.are Freddie Featured Hill trumpet and minds rise above them." f I The vote in favor of the resolu- Short Sleeve Sport Shirts .. $1.59

Will Meet Monday Tom m i e Washington. Julius Billy Wright was our guest at the movie last week. He was accompanied tion was unanimous.The Men's Dress Pants ............ .. $3.98Men's .

Brooks who was formerly with by his baby sister. Johnnie Lee Wright. amendment in question is Tee Shirts ......... 3-for $1.00
the Jimmy Coe and the Five This week an invitation goes which Rep. Adam C. Powell

one Knit Polo Shirts .................. .. .89
will play saxaphone. out to matron who lives learn
Ministers Williams will
The Baptist Brotherhood Royales a young Bell regret to (D-NY) says he plans to introduceas -
Womack Howard is the featured south of Lemon Street indisposed Army Type Twill Khaki or Gtcy
of Duval and adjacent coun- not very that she has been somewhat a rider on any school House bill

ties will meet Monday February pianist with Leo Dorsey on drums far from avery large business for., the past week. Mrs. which reaches the House floor. It Tough Work Pants ............."...:. ."". $2.98
.
27, at 11 a. D in the Bethel Baptist and "Brownie"on bass.This pres- place. She has a sister whose features Williams is one of Hastings most would ban federal building aid to Nylon Mix Sox .......:....... 4-for $1.00

Church. entation is sponsored by the Gay- are very much like hers. progressive business women. Sheis any state which, under terms of Ffae Quality Factory To-Yoe

lords Club. She has a very fine husband anda the owner of the Silver Dollar would be consid- -
Rev. B. W. Williams will preview the amendment
Briefs .49
Shorts and .. ....
the lesson and Rev. E. R. small son. I think her mother cafe. Her many friends and pa- ered to be evading the Supreme

Simpson will give the order of the PATRONIZE lives in Jacksonville. I call on trons wish her speedy recovery. Court order calling for desegre- 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

day. Rev.-H. H. Robinson is the Florid Star her every Saturday morning andI gation as fast as practicable.
am almost sure she knows this
president, and Rev. G. W. Milleris
the reporter. Adv.rtlsersRITZ invitation is meant for her. If so, Mrs. Eliza Knight of Palatka

I will give her two passes to a visited her brother and his wife Golf Course Closed

movie. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morris Sr.

Monday night in Daytona Beach. Over SegregationDANVILLE New Richmond Hotel Dining Room

THEATRE ,
Miss Gwendolyn Green is invited -
Sunday, February 19, 1956 i
t Weather Conditioned to be the guest of the "Flor Miss SherIie Sheffield, daughter ; Va. The Cam i

ida Star" to lunch Monday in the of Mr. and Mrs. David Sheffieldwas Creek Municipal Golf Course was

school cafeteria. ; quietly united in marriage closed permanently Saturday: CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS

Friday and Saturday February 24-25 i last week to Mr. L. C. Purfy. Both after a series of segregation inci- Choice Western Beef Broiled Before Your Eyes
Miss Sarah McCleoud is not
: :the bride and groom were former dents. I
ALLAN ROCKY LANE IN
studying practical nursing as it I
:
students of"Central Academy the The integrated curse was shut

"CORPUS CHRISTIE BANDIT""GALLANT was stated in this column of last I bride being a graduate in the 1955 down temporarily a week ago' 4

sad week's paper. Miss McCleoud is [class. A reception is being given when four Negro golfers played'I

BESS"STORY employed as a registered nurse Saturday night Feb. 25 by Mrs. nine holes after being denied permission -I

( OF A HORSE) at Grady's Hospital.Mrs. I Purfy's mother at 605 Bronson St. to" play on that particularday.

Added SERIAL and COMEDY i
.
.
Catherine Harrison and

Mrs. Mary Pierce returned Mon- Ralph .(Baby Boy) Taylor ar-
rived in last to
the city Sunday
Sunday and Monday February 26 -27 day from Miami where they spenta be' at >the bedside of his Godmo- Carrots and,Peas Tossed Green Salad
very pleasant week's visit with
ROBERT MITCHUM relatives and friends.. I[ther, Mrs. Carrie Mercer who is B/aoe frc i gif'rig Quicker Cheese Flaked Masfied PotatoesHot

"TRACK OF THE CAT" ilL Mr. Taylor will return to Eng- Bolls Dessert

land week to his Coffee Tea
Mrs. next resume or
Bertha Norwood left this Gillette
: duties in Armed Forces. (
the
"JUMP INTO HELL" city last,Thursday for Miami to be COMPLETE DINNER $2.00

at the bedside of her daughter BLUE BLABES

; 1 Mrs. Louise Johnson who is ill. The Choirs Union of. Putnam IN HANDY DISPENSER DINNER SERVED FROM 5 fM. UNTIL

Tues. Wed. Thurs. Feb. 28-29-March 1 and adjacent counties will be held sed vfffe bde Oee Setup Served Free. per Perry

'. KIRK DOUGLAS Mrs. Ruby Mays returned to Ft. at Bethel AME Church Sunday f Th Free. Perkleg .. the Rear ef the Hotel

Pierce last Thursday after a afternoon with the young 'PeoPle ;
WITHOUT STAR" For Reservations Call 5-1822 4-9534
"MAN month's visit here with her aunt, in charge of the program. Everyone ELgin -

ME"DEADLY" Mrs. Lucy GasJrin. is invited to attend and.enJoy JfcMf Hewed, Meaner Milo TftalM J...... H......, H test
"Kiss
the sweet ringing. by the
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Opportunities Are Open For Negro Scientists Engineers




Seekiig Scientists Aid Engineers nouncement In many northern noted cities Negro; the stud-an- laslside Gels I Young Man With A Horn I I'f

ents get little or information ,,
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Needed By Large Industrial Firms relatively about employment few are being trends trained, and Hew PlaygroundThe <'-

for technical employmentThe
NEW YORK. N. YThe National Urban League announced average production of Negro en- eastside of Jacksonvillewill M\ A

that it has requests for engineers:'icienfitts and other technical per- gineers for the past ten years has have a new park and play- %, F C "
sonnel from more than 150 large industrial.firms. But the League been 150 with almost half of these ground located on First Street between '
reported that it had been unable to secure these workers even to coming from Howard Universtiyin the Haines i approach Y

meet a small part of the demand. Washington D. C. to the J Jacksonville Expresswayand
'
"Opportunities for qualified Calling for an all-out effort to John E. Matthews Bridge and p a. 1

Negro scientists are so great and "For too many years" Thomas increase the supply of trained Milner Avenue The project was

the supply so limited we must stated, "uarents, school counselorsand Negro scientists and technicians, started a year ago by the Aristocrats -
now turn our attention to the task others responsible for the education the League announcement urged Club Inc. and ably assistedby

of stimulating more young peopleto of our young people have such organizations as the National Mrs. Elnora 'HT Johnson, the

prepare for careers in these discouraged Negroes with special Technical Assn, P. T. A. groups, president-of the Oakland Elementary '
fields," commented Julius A. interest and aptitudes in these schools churchs fraternal and School Parent-Teachers As ; MER

Thomas national director of in- fields. We must no wseek out civic bodies to join in a united sociation. ;

dustrial relations of the League, these youngsters and encourage effort to this end. According to When the bill was introduced in .

about the announcement. them to develop' their talents to the National Urban League an- Council meeting at the City Hall

The development of atomic the fullest extent. nouncement "the future securityof by Councilman Clyde C. Cannonof -:

energy,' automation electronics, Noting the expansion of, indus- the nation will depend to a the Fourth Ward, the bill pass- ; k
synthetics, and other sciences is try in the South the announce- great degree not only on our abil- ed unanimously with an appropriation A.
proceeding at such a rapid rate," ment observed that many large ity to use our scientific knowledgein of $8,000 being grantedfor 'W"CANNONBALL" these A Up outstanding ef the Pepsi yeaag Cap to

Thomas continued, "the nation corporations that are now settingup its defense, but our skill in the purchase of the twelve _____ ___ Americans country and, who ear eonuaantty snake ear
will be hard pressed to train the branch plants in that area maintaining a dynamic economy, parcels of land which comprisethe a better place In which ta live.

'necessary personnel". have requested the League to lo- capable of providing satisfping playground site. 7" *
Predicting that the need for cate engineers, chemists technicians i employment for all American Many interested citizens of the
-NEW SAX STAR VISITS ALMA MATER
scientists and technicians will and other scientists for workers." Eastside were present at the final
When Julian (CannonbaU) Adderly. widely heralded the
continue for 20 to 30 years, the these operations.This development Individuals and organizationswho reading and adoption of the park: as suc-
cessor to the late alto sax Charlie (Yardbird) Parker
League's announcement empha- ," Thomas said "has special are interested in this projectare site and these people along with great paid a
visit to his alma mater Florida A and M University enroute to
sized the importance of proper significance for training institu- asked to contact Junius A. the Aristocrats Club are definitely -
Philadelphia to launch his "bigtime career" at that Blue
guidance and occupational information tions in the South because of the Bowman Industrial Relations interested in the 'curbing and city's Note.
On hand to wish him luck
freshman co-ed
was Littliethalof
for the thousands of young large number of young people en- Secretary of the Jacksonville prevention of juvenile delin- : Rosemary
people in high schools and col rolled in high school and collegein Urban League, 610 West Duval quency. Jacksonville. 'Cannonball" and his four piece outfit are booked
for subsequent engagement at Baltimore's Las Vegas. Cleveland's
leges. the area. StreetFeedyourbaby The Aristocrats Club had as its tr
Cotton Club. Detroit's Rouge Lounge and Chicago's Bee Hive.
purpose of providing for a respectable -
rendevous and this is an-

other step forward that the members Three Florida Men Go To Chair
of this organization has

/ 'i : taken to improve the conditionsof With Two Of Them :

; vised the guidance youth here under super- Saying PrayersRAIFORD '

.
Mrs. Johnson committeewomanand Florida's electric chair which sits here in "deathrow"
the Rev. H. M. Moss, commit- of the state prison farm took the lives of three convicted mur- BETTEY New Stanton JEAN Senior SMITH
CARNATION teeman of the 4G precinct worked Bi r h St h ool
derers .
early Monday morning.The Like Pepsi-Cola, this
hard along with the young men young lady provides many
three who died for
killings
of the Club and Councilman Can- While Youth'Held her pleasant moments through
they were charged with commit- talent in the musical
'. non to make this, a reality and field. She is Vice Presi-
ting were Negroes of the state. dent of the Glee Club a
already the land is being filled For Rape member of the National
George Anderson was the first
America'sEf and being readied for the sum- Honor Society, the Safe
to die in the chair and Percy Am- Driving Club and many
mer play season for the year.FAMU other church and school
brister was next to go to his end. MOBILE. Ala. A organizations.
,- IS-year-oId .
.
They were convicted' of killing while youth was charged Friday
: Edward E. Fritz, Jr., a Dade (Miami with raping :"' )f.
a teen-age Negro girl.
milk! ) County Patrolman, during a Chief Deputy Barney Bray said
healthy baby box company holdup Feb. 3, 1953 Jerry T. Yale, a dairy truck y .
at Miami.
: driver of nearby Eight Mile was
-. Anderson was pronounced deadat )jailed without bond.

t 8:40: and Ambrister made his The deputy said the girl gave

way into the death house chanting this account' of the case:
"Jesus Bury Me Where You Yates came to her home and

.. .... ..:i:.. 1: Want To" and continuing the asked that she baby sit for him I4i.:
chanting until the first shock hit ,
: five week. She in his
-!.,,- I. days a got
; y' him. It was all over by that time. car and he drove her to a rural
-:.: t w Ambrister only mumbled a road where he raped her about 1

'. prayer-"God Bless Every One" p. m.
.,.:" while he was being strapped in
i. The girl. who said she already .
the chair for his final sitting. t 1 '
< <<. is pregnant, told officers Yates r +sl
The last to go to his death ,was started to take her back home. a

Y :: A.SM. Herman Barwicks who was con- then raped her again. She called
victed of killing his commonlawwife officers after returning home.

\.f: :: Beatrice McNeal during an i Yates said he and the girl had EMMA WAVE

trt argument Feb. 8. 1954, at Lake- 'a few drinks" together and that James Weldon Johnson
:. l/ land. Jailor High SchoolA
she willingly had sexual relations
Barwicks died calmly and without with him. Pepsi fanfare for this
COMMENCEMENT young lady who displays
a word. long continued leadership
SPEAKER Dr. John W. Davis All three had fought vainly abiuty. She is an honor
Roosevelt Asks student, the assistant secretary -
president-emeritus of West Virginia Rep.
'
L through various legal proceduresto of her class and
State College. will deliver have their lives saved. Eisenhower To Halt Vice Homemakers President of of the America New
the commencement address at Club.

', .. Florida A & M University. Monday Racial "Extremists"AUGUSTA

June 4.. *
IntegrationViolence Ga. Rep. James

a- Roosevelt D-Calif.), called on
a. Seen President Eisenhower Saturday"to
MississippianRiled
exercise the leadership neces-

Harris States sary to halt extremists on both II < :

By NAACP sides." of the school segregationisue. ,4L4


:aw Ja SAVANNAH Ga. A Georgia "Neither interposition in the
:
C k.r M'.fsi, WASHINGTON Smarting white supremaCy leader Friday South, nor threat of force by.in- f
i
& an under the impact of the NAACP told a Negro college gatheringthat tergrationists elsewhere will solve

exposure of murder and the Suppression if integration is forced on the this problem," he said in an inter

of civil rights in Mississippi South, then "as surely as the sun view. y

:" Mld ./1WrlI. tfuAAvfe,Ac.,a Rut Prue Wlaafr.'the Cm Uoa Mom-tows ehmA,toy C*f *t Rep. John Bell Williams rises and sets-there will be a "Both extremes can damage the
CD-Miss.) attacked an NAACP long period of bitterness, hatred prestige ofthe United States in

factual phamphlet, entitled "M is and bloodshed. other countries of the world
na MOST HOUtOHiNO form of milk their babies a Carnation formula for Mississippi and Murder" as a Roy V. Harris, member of the where the problem is not under-

.for your baby bottle...the safest say: "My doctor recommended ft." "filthy little document. University System Board of Re- stood," Roosevelt said. "It is clear- GEORGE C. McTEEB

4., and most digestible, too. ..that's So you see-in all the world,there's In an address on the floor of the gents, compared current National ly up to the President, if he has New High Stanton School Staler

.... Carnation,the"healthy baby"milk nofinerhealth-buildingformulafor House. Representative Williams Association- for the Advancementof the political courage, to put a Deserving of a Pepsi-
doctor knows. waved the pamphlet aloft and Colored People activities top stop to bitter agitation as not in Cola Merit Award is this
every your precious baby than one made angrily complained that "no state o s t-Civil War carpetbaggers. the best interests of the nation. ber little of man.the National another Honor mem-

Eight out of 10 mothers who feed with Carnation. in the history of this nation has Continuation of such activities, he Here to. address a "Bonds for Society and an active

suffered such unwarranted libel- said, will not only impete educa- Israel" rally, the eldest son of the member band. George of the is also school a

ous and slanderous attacks as has tional progress but will "lead to late President Franklin D. Roose- L eg'Jrur the W Unioni .
BEST BRAND FOR YOUR the State of Mississippi.The latest bitterness to hate, to strife, to velt said the interposition policy i. I Sunday SchooL B.T.U and

shot to be fired in this libel cam- turmoil and bloodshed." adopted by some southern states.

paign is a filthy little documentput Harris reviewed the growth of is "dangerous" because it lends
COOKING AND COFFEE TOO out by the NAACP called Savannah State College in a itself to other issues as well as I

"M is for Mississippi and Mur- speech prepared for dedication segregation and threatens national Coaflrar. ..U .Us fM
Cola te these
der. exercises at two new campus solidarity. three Pepsi Merit A were*
At no time during the courseof buildings: "So long as we con- viewers. /

his remarks did Representative tinue to cooperate and to work could live together in peace and

BETTER-BLENDING Carnation Williams attempt to refute the together on a friendly basis," he harmony .." Award Ust. h aeleterUas Pepsi Merit e*

gives you rich flavor and smooth facts published in the pamphlet.The said, "there is no limit to the Now "there comes into our areaa Pepsi Ceta TEEN- '

1 g results every time..in every publication consists of quota: things we can do in Georgia and new group who could array race TIME. WRHC 1400
recipe that cans for milk ,err .,y tions from prominent Mississip- to the educational opportunitieswhich against race and section against ON veer dial Setertfeys -

spian inciting violence: and of may be offered to our peo section .. 10 11 A.M.

brief factual accounts of the kill- ple.

CREAMY-RICH ings of the Rev. George W. Lee, Carpetbaggers "used the mem- PILL THE PLIG I

Carnation"cream*" Lamar Smith and Emmett TilL bers of your race as sacrificial -

coffee fruits and Boats," he stated "to gain 01 STOMACIIPSET I

T9 cereals to authority and ransack the South. Half-attve.headachy,when eonsttoa- l"r ,
perfe tlon. he declared "ill iron sours stoinaohf Black-ugni.
Learn Commercial Art "As a result relieves constipation ovemigftt."
r' Carnation Is the feeling developed between your Helps sweeten sour stomach too.
MpAMM
LRt rich mOk that whips Start,AaytfaM race and mine Bitterness strife UnfhvStMXft Svwtittr trots twnfcktlK
,,,raA LK tool(d several. 6. f. APPROVED and the spilling of blood resulted. vegetable harsh Jxerb frtptaf Thoroughly Made from pure but

cans today! AMERICAN ." And when the carpetbaggersleft nntty Brings cu ee ungt1ede> w.,
hm Cow.ae d Co1 "they left our forefathers Then life looks sonny acaint deft Dept C.Mt3eaAn
SCHOOL OF ART
:A ..faeara
holding the bag.
WO KID'S> LEADING BRAND OP .EVAPORATED MILK MevW T. New Ucctiea
; 106 EAST lAY STREET "Finally we, by mutual consent, BlackDraughtedal.l
24 Fleer evolved a pattern of life in the

Millions prefer it to any other-bran'df.! e South whereby the two races + ...... t3iy Mve a IHsgt



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News Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida !


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By Mrs. Cornelia Shorter "s The Masonic Club of the Prince
>>
3 Mrs. Eula :Mae Wilson had as Hall Masons of Jacksonville will

her house guests Sunday her nep- hold its regular meeting Sunday.

hew and his wife Mr. and Mrs. L. February 26. at 4 p. m. in the

C. Batts of Jacksonville and also Seyzrour's Hall. 3rd End Davis St.

her brother-in-law Mr. D. Batts of All committees are asked to

Palatka. come prepared to make their re

Services will be held Sunday at port.Business of importance will

the -AIdE: Church of which Rev. 4 be transacted. Mr. L. W. Howardis

Starkes is the pastor. the secretary end Mr. Washington .

Miss Clara :Mae Wilson was the r \P k,< --55 5 __ Williams is the president.

house guest of her aunt Mrs. Julia a.a

Bell of Pafatka, last week-end. i: -

4e Mrs. Lucy Jordan and family of ..\WlnM ,' hI4( p S ___ 'INGROWN'' NAIL
Orlando, Florida, were the house ei HURTING YOU

e guests of :Mrs. Suelina Brown last 'W ; 'I Immediate

week-end.. >Relief!IA'

Mr. Sylvester Cooper of Deland, f._draio.t,OUTGBO Mnr Moved. .
r<" -f frotm ura atij>(pain of tnerom BBU.O
Florida, was the house guest of iGRO1Mmikia.adrmstfthis
ri Ull.aiSA tne mail 13 b*cat sad
"v 4 t. Mrs. Brown last Friday night. rat furrbarpaiiiud atoeomfurt._ 8'TliW
T".af' to a+m2abl*t all drug r.rs.
Mr.. and Mrs. Shorter have as

their house guests Mrs. Jenkins of f as AA:. a -

Daina, Florida, and also Mrs. Sey-
1KSQ more of Crescent City, Florida.

tflie

.aS' A. & H. Given

) '' I 1Jip1 matir1Srin1J

Hospital Head u
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;m :.,....":";::. !" v ,j-- V. .
GAINESVILLE The Boardof i ...
Control this week authorizedDr. I INSPECTING EQUIPMENT J. R. CarmichaeL center popular Constable of the Third District is

George W. Gore,Jr., presidentof I een inspecting one of his office's service cars with his two highly efficient deputies Harry Shands. NO LIQUOR TASTE...

Florida Tallahassee A. and to hire M. Universityat a person i eft and Edward Holt right The closely knit organization of the Constable is made more effective bye NO LIQUOR BREATHS

under consideration for the su- use of two radio equipped cars.. Constable Carmichael stated to the paper that many urgent calls are
PROMOTED Alfa G. While ion: of Mr. and Mrs. George
the A. received daily for his services from people in his district which large With his
perintendent's position at covers a very area. squad
White;of 1630 Fairfax Street, is shown being congratulated upon his
and M. Hospital, also located at ars being radio equipped he is in constant touch with his deputies. and is able to transmit orders as
promotion to Seaman Apprentice. White is a graduate of Florida A Tallahassee.Dr. .
soon as they are received. He also stated that he is on call twenty-four hours each day. Many and
and M Unireniif. Tallahassee, Florida. He was formerly employed J. W Chenault, the present "'
:
Florida.. superintendent, is his varied are the services that are requested of his staff for he stated that he is as near to his constituents Ai.
by the Public School System of Okeechobee resigning ,
post to go into private practice. i as their telephone.Mrs. *
Board members asked that the a.
name of the new superintendent, .
whose salary will be$7800 a year, Pomona Park News
Ax Is r
Race: Segregation Is Sinful not be published because it wouldbe Weapon
S.
I embarrassing to him in view ,
of the fact he had not resignedhis Used To Kill rtre
Of Church Declares position in another state. By Mrs. Florence McBride _
Arckbiskop
Board Chairman Fred Kent of Services Sunday at Mt. Tamo
Jacksonville approved hiring the
new man but assailed the practiceof GREEN COVE SPRINGS A Baptist Church were enjoyable

NEW ORLEANS' Archbisl:lop Joseph Francis Rummel in a "always hiring. someone in an TS w local citizen was being held on an I throughout the day. Deacon Otis

strongly worded pastoral letter Sunday) denounced racial segrega- emergency."I will 4 open charge Monday in connect- McBride Sr. presided over the

Lion as "morally wrong and srrful" and gave clear indication he else in an oppose important hiring policy anyone posi- }.. 3sit 6 ion with the ax slaying Saturday Sunday School lesson. The pastor
intends to integrate New Orleans parochial: schools. tion-without being given oppor- night of a Negro man at a turpen- Rev. G. J. Pearce delivered the

The letter was read at all mass- tunity to study the applicant's tine camp near here. morning and evening message.
background in Clay County Sheriff John P.
es in all churches throughout the Court decision ending public The board's business manager,
Hall said Otis Gaskin has admit-
archdiocese, largest in the deep school segregation.The William Hendricks, and he execu- Mrs. Amanda Clay is still ill
South with a Catholic populationof court order came Wednes- tive secretary, J. Broward Cul- ted killing Jack James but claimshe She is now at her home and

524,157. About 25 per cent are day after a special three-man pepper, had studied the applicant's acted in self defense. friends are asked to visit her.
background and made a The sheriff said ,Gaskin told
Negroes.It federal court declared all Louisiana report to board members. him
James came to his home at
was the first time New Or- school segregation laws unconstitutionaL Kent said it was embarrassing the where Mrs. Florence McBride motoredto
turpentine camp, both
to him when he received several II
leans Catholics heard integration telephone calls from Jacksonville were employed, and threatenedhim Montgomery, Ala. with Mr. veesAaster.
plans discussed in a public letter concerning hiring of the new man with a rifle. He said he and Mrs. Alonzo Huffman, and
from the archbishop. The readingat he knew nothing about. : Since
picked up an ax and struck James daughter to visit Mr. Huffman's
most churches commanded rapt Auto Crackup --- several blows on the head. mother. 1721.IRCLKN.

attention. Brewster Men The sheriff said four deep
Monroe Felder
The New Orleans parochial Fatal To NegroKISSIMMEE Dorothy wounds were inflicted on the victim's Mrs.
Johnnie Mae and
will serve as 'Mistress of Ceremonies Epps,
school system is the state's larg- head and body and he apparently
To i son were the house guests of her
at 3:15 when
est single school unit. New Or- Pay Homage Sunday p. m. died within a few min- mother Mrs. The World's
the Brokenborough Mission Carrie Herlong.Go
pre- utes after being struck.
leans is one of the few cities in Eddie Lee _
sents the second Afternoon of En- [Most Honored Vodka
the country where more children Baisden 26, resident of Leesburg, The Brewster Men's Club will
attend parochial than public Ga., was pronounced dead on arrival observe a two-fold program Sun- lightenment. Mrs. Felder is a PATRONIZEFlorida to the Church of your choice U a 100 Proof.Uit from Crate tyLRefsky

sch.oo1s.t at a local hospital from injuries day at their regular breakfast graduate of-Stanton High School StarAdvertisers this Sunday. Obtain a faith to live a Cte,Cocttywlll.Md.im.
suffered afternoon and is a member of the Holiness by.
Archbishop Rummel did not say Monday hour at 8 ajn. when they pay
Church.
when integration would come but when two trucks collide4 at homage to that great American -

pleaded "that the decision when Shingle Creek Bridge on West George Washington, and to honor ., Y
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Pine Street, a state trooper re- the members of the Wilder q. Y
made will be accepted in the Ath- K
ported. I BIG HIT AT STRAND SUNDAY W. T. MinionYour
spirit of Christian charity and letic Club's boxing team of 1956. }
justice. Driver of 'the truck in which During the local Golden Gloves

This is a problem which Baisden was a passenger, Ralph tournament, the Wilder Athletic Buick, Salesman -;

should be worked out not in an McGray, 24, of Kissimmee was Club's boxing team made such a
of treated for a broken rib and slight fine showing that the BrewsterMen's Invites You x }
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atmosphere wrangling or contention
The driver of the zM
concussion. Club was inspired to honor
or discord or hatred but To See and Try Out
truck James Albert Babb,
other them during their breakfast hour.
in a spirit of conciliation and
54 Kissimmee, was uninjured. Those who
will be guest of the
with desire to achieve THE 1956
peace BUICK
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Maxwell said the pulpwood club will be Coach Julius Guin- 6. : ; .
through justice and charity. truck driven by McGray attempted yard Assistant }
Coach Willie John-
He said the plans are still s- the Best Buick
to pickup driven by
pass a son-co-captain Walter Matthews, Yet'S
under study. Babb and struck the latter's left S
co-captain Andrew McNeil, Ed- Y k[
The New Orleans public school rear fender, leaving the road wd ward Phillips, Clarence Johnson, tyv. New Instrument Panel
federal,
system is already under overturning off a steep embank- .
Henry Matthews, William Myrick, ad
district court order to begin carrying Sweep-Ahead Styling
ment. He said Baisden was
Harvey Love Richard
1 Wallace,
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out the 1954 U. S. SupremeMUSCLES thrown 100 feet from the impact. Rudolph Jones, Henry Spencer, New Power

The pulpwood truck was owned Freddie Prince, Donald Israel, New Dynaflow ;
by Broom Bros. of Kissimmee,
Willie Lewis John Woods, Shel-
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and Baisden had been employed.
ley Rubbles, Joe Murchinson, SAMPLE ITS MOTION .
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again will represent Jackson- Jack Webb and Ella Fitzgerald (above) star in the Warners WILLIAMS BUICK CO.

Cinemascope crime thriller "PETE KELLY'S BLUES showing
ville along with others who were
victorious in the tournament. Sunday and all week at the Strand. Co-feature is the Paramounthit 3261 Kings Avenue Phillips Highway

Woods is a repeater to go to New "MAMBO," starring Sullivan Mangano, Shelly Winters and the EX 8-0573 Res. EL 3-9178

< York March 3 to appear in the entire dance troppe of Kathryn Dunham.

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1- John Woods will also be signally as good as could. as good as I knew I should, until I

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PUZZLED ARnI GODOY't/OS LOUIS .:'L / In Birmingham Golf Course Gels Harried -

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CXJr A DGtIS/ON TALLAHASSEE The Talla- ELKTON Md. Willie Mays,
4 With baseball in the air two of baseball's major /N'CWE OE baseball game that was hassee city commission voted recently the sensational hitting outfielderof

looking forward to a bright and prosperous future on 6REA7- vSH7SQC scheduled to be played betweenthe to lease the municipal golf the New York Giants cannot be

for at least another season. Both men were members of : TNE CeNTURY r., Brooklyn Dodgers and the course to the Tallahassee Country listed now among the holdouts.He .
I /NMAD/SON :SQlJAReG'
teams although in different leagues. One of the stars 4Ra. 7u,NEIV)DQA; Milwaukee Braves has been can- Club, a private corporation for $1a ended his holdout when he got
and only Jackie Robinson of the Brooklyn Dodgers. FEB. 9. /940. -,- celled because of the city law requiring year. married to 27-year-old Marguerite

he feels physically fit to wage an all-out campaign for the segregation in sports The commission also offered to Wendell of New York City.

job with the champion Dodgers. I events. The game was scheduledfor make the same deal on a Negro Mays was in such a hurry to get

Another veteran of many a crucial April 6. golf course the city now has to his Maryland sanctuary that he

battle was little Phil (The will repeat in the General Manager Eddie Glen- under construction. The offer was was picked up by a state trooper
of the Barons of
Scooter Pizzuto of the many and contends the non Birmingham extended lo "a n y responsible who said Mays was doing 70 milesan
times champions New York ing would offset any rI the Southern Association, which group" which wanted to take over. hour. He paid his fine of $15.

Yankees. Phil is all set for an- slump. He gave Alston owns the park where the game The question was asked if the The fleet-footed outfielder was

other hectic campaign,but he says for the Dodgers I was to be played said he had been course which has been used by traveling alone. Mays told the

he is expecting some rough goingin first World Series in notified that the game was off. white players would be open to trooper who arrested him that he

trying to hold down his job at beating the Yankees Both teams have several Negro the public. In answering Robert was headed for the Giants spring

shortstop. to three. players. Parker who represented the training camp in Phoenix Ariz.,
Robinson admitted that the position "No one could do \ Glennon said he had not been Country Club group said "any with a stopover in Baltimore.

that he wants to play most than Alston did in j\ notified of any official change in acceptable person will be allowedto After securing the license, earlier -

of all is third base, but it is en- Jackie declared. "He plans by the Kansas City and play" by paying a fee. in Feb. they went through
Pittsburgh clubs, scheduled to
tirely up to Manager Walt Alston. decisions with The private group will take the 48-hour waiting period whichis
"It's up to me to'prove to Alston this was shared by his play in Birmingham March 31 and over operation of the course Sept. required before marriage. They

that I can play third base. rm in Little Phil the April 1. Both of these clubs have : 1.The action on leasing the course were married in Elkton, which is

good shape and lighter than I understand Manager 'liIIV Negro players. i came after a two-month coolingoff known for its "marrying preach
The sports segregation ora;-
have been. gel plans to give Gil period following first consid- ers." The bride's application said
Jackie said further that this shot at shortstop. He's nance of Birmingham was aloptedin eration of the proposal. she was divorced on June 27, 1955
referendum called initia-
a by
next season could be the one ter and will be in Detroit. She her home
gave
tive of the voters on June 1, 1954.
which will decide whether he will i "
tion. Rizzuto believes state Missouri-
as
continue basebalL He said "It Turley could learn to It specifically prohibits Negro and Archie Moore
white players from competing The Rev. Rufus L. Bond, a sub
depends on this year whether I Yankees will be a gether in baseball. It has not been stitute minister at the Bethel Afritian -
decide this will be my last season, another American SPORTING IT UP
tested in court.Philadelphia Signs ,For Boot Methodist Episcopal Church
or that at 37 I've had enough lant. He says performed the marriage cere-

basebalL" Jackie declared "I hada Yankees big question BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON mony. The Rev. Bond said there

very bad year and bad luck in Mickey McDermott, Phillies. He walked SAN DIEGO Calif. Light were three others with them, but

1955. recently secured from THE BASKETBALL WINNERS in their 1956 conferences are- the first three batters to face him heavyweight champion settled all Willie remained v e r y conserva-

Robinson believes the Dodgers will be a big help. College in the SIAC; Maryland State in the CIAA; Texas and then struck out the next questions concerning the defenseof tive and very quiet. He didn't
BothRobinson three batters to face him on nine his title in London March 13, have anything to say.
in the Southwest Conference and Tennessee State is
were in Miami to soar straight pitches. The Lincoln when he signed for a heavyweightbout. The 25-year-old Mays and his
Learn Commercial Art National Baseball out in front of the crowd in the Midwestern Conference it ap He
Giants won 1-0. was quoted as saying he bride returned to her home at
Start ABTtfcM tournament at that they have all but clinched the title: SAD SAM JONES pitching forth would not fight in London. 2535 99th St, East Elmhurst, a

G. I. APPROVED Robinson was of the -/-> Chicago Cubs---- duplicated the Moore signed to meet Dave New York City suburb. Mays said
RAFER
JOHNSON the fabuous
AMERICAN the lack of practice -I sportscasts for two San Diego same feat in 1955 when he walked Whitlock a San Francisco heavyweight he and his wife would live at his
track star of UCLA
per him in his golf was stations. three batters to fill the bases and in a 10-round match in the recently purchased home in upper
OF ART several
SCHOOL among Negroes
to the 1955 Men's All- BOBBY WATKINS of the Chi- then went on from there to throw San Diego Arena. Manhattan. He is scheduled to '
Mr" T. New Lec.tI Cardinals foot- nine balls tso strike out the next Just before signing for the San leave for Phoenix but undecided
track and field team, cago professional
106 EAST BAT STREET Soil Causes was announced in New York ball team and former star of three and pitch himself a no- Diego bout, he made it- clearly whether his wife will go along
24 Floe Ohio State hitter. understood that both his weight with him or not.
y Daniel"-J. >Ferris secretary- UIliv.enity..wash the
MILT CAMPBELL Indiana and objections to referee r
an English
only Negro footballer
of the National AAU. to score at
ese eNASHVILLE Negroes named were Rod least 42 points in the National University's National Collegiate were factors in his decisionto t
Athletic Association and Amateur call off the March 13 date with had the decision.
TO DRIVE ex-UCLA sprinter John Football League during 1955. He
LIARN ;
Yolande Trinidad. Promoter Jack Solomons, said
scored 48 Union hurdles champion, has en- Pompey of He
of U. of Penn. Lou points.
TU Qmkk* Tbs largest ; Jones, listed in the Navy for a two year said he would demand an American in London, that he has a contract
WOE T. ter.AJAX. four city golf courses record holder; Charlie DID YOU KNOW that UCLA's tour of active duty. Besides excelling referee if they meet later. signed by Moore>and his manager

... desegrated in the city VUlanova; Arnie Sowell All-American Hardiman Cureton in track, Campbell also Moore said further: "I haven'thad Charley Johnston. Solomons said
with Negroes being Harrison Dillard Milt Campbell played the .entire season with a starred as halfback on the univer- time to train properly to get he was getting in touch with
8.UVlNG'SCHeoL. play on two of the Ptilrlc"J f Indiana and Josh Culbreath of double epigastric hernia. He has sity's football team. down to 175 poundsHe admitted Johnston.

CALL EL 4-G( 9 first time. Morgan State.CHARLIE I been confined in St. Joseph's Hospital REECE (GOOSE) TATUM is weighing 196 pounds, but he looks

One of the courses, JENKINS a juniorat in Burbank to hale this cor .thirty-five years old, but his all like he might easily pull 200.
George Perpend Park has been used Villanova streaked to the third rected. What a man? around performance puts him in His objections to an English referee -. Get Your Bait ShrimpACOSTA'S

1134 W. 5th Street for Negro golfers since fastest 600 in indoor history in CENTRAL STATE COLLEGEof the front ranks as an athlete. was based on the decisionone M

structed in 1954. An Boston's AAU track meet,"a meet Xenia, Ohio which holds mem- Goose has put in 15 years of pro- gave Englishman Peter

also allowed Negroes record of 1.09.9. This feat was bership in the Midwestern Ath- fessional playing. Tatum seems to Waterman over American Kid 8025 MAIN STREET

GmiwllPRIGuTSU by Park course on accomplished before a capacity letic Conference and the Ohio be like the Old Mississippi "He Gavilan, former welterweight Up To"20% DiscoHit .. Reels

basis. crowd of 13909. Mal Whitfield Conference, is a beautiful pictureand just keeps rolling along." champion who really should have
won ed bI"madder Wu ieu"(OetUDe The four courses
Cj Might Snc urmaU-t or au.... ClwKly Orttal opened to Negroes a .
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due to common gldaty and BUdder IrrttiUonx. made'a specialty of copping the easy it is to switch from segregated .
.try CTSTEX tor c uiclL.jT Uf rtoc.comlartinx alike on an order event after
season season was
help.A I CYSTEX UbieUttced sports to integrated sports.Of .
ta pe.rt S3 TM preve u f ety UIIUMUalacUiID Mdink by the city park third. Lou Jones, Ft. Meade, Md., the 18 games scheduled by the "' '
aueoue diBftf at (or CrISTEX
or jacoej-bcS iutrwte0.WATCH' ance with a federal and Reggie Pearson of'the New: Red Mauraders, 12 are being .' -,' '";-. ,'s
York Pioneer Club placed first played with mixej institutionsand

INCOME TAX and fourth respectively. six with'all Negro colleges.

THIS CLOWN Short Form $ > HARRISON DILLARD, the Central State has six games in

Long Farm $ track star who has piled up records the Midwestern Athletic Association :-'-, : :,. -: .

36-48-7 NED after records was forced to .' Home and home series are -.' ., "rr..fI!,
TAX retire from the AAU meet be- booked with Tennessee State, ....: :>.

385-5-224 133 Clar Si. Ph. cause of a lame leg and by so I Kentucky State and Lincoln (Mo.) ,J: ,

9 A.M. Till 9 doing he preserved his defeatless and one SIAC game with Knoxville .

#tS TIL 2 string in the Gardens. I College. Games with non- rh YY ""

segregated colleges scheduled are ) '
1 9 SAM "First Down" BROWN Anderson College Capital Uni- r.I ;. h",_f

8 ,54OW88 No surgery the sensational tailback star of:fersitv.-. Findlay- College... Mount -,<\ !, -
the UCLA Bruins will play professional Union College Bluffton, Ohio
a
redID baseball this summer f :.c. ;,:
i to Wesleyan, Taylor University and ,
with the Los Angeles Angels. It
214-24-9 West Virginia State College. c r6 f. F'i''Viz xeatvtx
is believed out on the coast that
I rfpiifal the Angels may have another THIS,IS WHAT BIG LEAGUE

Seatt.. .e fc.'. v 9SwMtime Im Mtra tests, Jackie Robinson in the making.' BASEBALL STARS, owners and _

H..ddr.*..MTt.tNCtt 4.tra Files Stab18 torture hz! Oave Brown went to UCLA to follow in j managers had to say about the
the of Jackie Robinsonhis I I all-time great stars of the yester- ./ 3
H. veriu t It en emmd external: relief-wttlr footsteps E RItV ,..
aHcaBy-prored idol who was a star athlete at,years: John McGraw-"One of

FOR MARCH 3rd UevepatzutcaiBg wcfuag.Fnotote UCLA, and the greatest of them the greatest players to ever don .Lr.ef i 3re '>
walk in comfort Only all it is said. baseball uniform was Oscar r""- e
99-20-14 remedy. Stainless Charleston." McGraw tried to F
tcciet.r Otatmet at -.d.
The Los Angeles Angels and a '
,pass him off as a Cuban, but it S 'tIX.
host of major league scouts who.'never worked. f A .gay.q y d1
tried to sign him are predicting;.i
Brown can't miss as a baseball CARL HUBBELL Td say 4'A

STJL& "PETE KELLY'S star. Brown's baseball experience Josh Gibson was one of the best

includes 3 years at Oakland's Mc- players and ranks among the best
JACK WIll i ELLA Clymond's Hiyh School three of catchers in the history of basebalL ""' "

SUN. THRU SAT. "MAMBO"nI.26M.UCH years of Leyion ball and twoseasons He does everything welL" Nothing finer in ,American taste .3"a. .Y :
3 KATHRYN DUNHAM SHELLY the UCLA varsity
on
DIZZY DEAN-"I, have-played
where he batted .315 and .295.
SKY against a Negro all-star team that ;
IlI1SEYELT Coach Red
Brown was rated by
was so good we didn't think we
Sanders of UCLA as his greatest CALVERT
s... T... had an even chance against them.
$an.. T.... F'". 26-21 ....olpla tailback. He was drafted by the : -
2 Gnat lit a.. Hltlt "10 WANTED Cleveland Browns professional HONUS WAGNER-"They call '

"JOlT YUMA" Pm: Gross football team, but said,"If I make John Henry Lloyd the "Black ; !
sad 'UND OF PHoUAOHS" Calvert belongs with the good th'of America. ,
"DIAL M FOR good in baseball. 111 forego foot Wagner." I felt honored that they ., :
We.TIa8rs.-Felt. ball. It seems that football has should name such a great short- S t_ has genuine heartiness,a friendly taste.It is the .,

WH..l4cy TIt,. Setw d.y Victor lost a great player and competitor. stop after me." _:', kind of whiskey guests notice :-and appreciate. :
4 IIG DAYS! -_ "DtMETIIUS ss. f
"'KING DINOSAUa- THE DID YOU Know that"Smokey"Joe < No matter where you are, enjoy Calvert. ,
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.IAST- Pies.WITH- A -MASTII ARCHIE MOORE the world's Williams once defeated the -. ,*" Serve Calvert-it's at home with good living. -:
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MILLION EYEr ,d. i.5.1.-, light heavyweight boxer, runs a great Grover>Cleveland Alexander ,J:1 IS THE GREAT TRADITION. OF AMERICAN WHISKEY 1
..'1 "" ",T1anI 2 Tq AcHes two hour disc-jockey show for a in a pitching duel? "Smok y" i\\: -

s..tlenl Tn head T Meow 1111 n, -raAI"3 H.VU NJrAr 1'8 Sim Dieg.: station on Saturdays. Joe was pitching for'too Lincoln CAlVttT 'DISTILLERS' COMPANY..Y.C. BlEND[0 HHBWY- 8U PR00F 65% GRAIN". MEUTRAIJPJUTS! .,. :l
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sonTille radio disc jockey celebrated his second anniversary of the ring religious music. Singers the Starlight Singers the Silver Light Singers the Versi-

"Sweet Chariot" radio program featured over Station WRHC, the various teers. the Gospel Echoes and the Heavenly Echoes. Ken Knight is
.. The photO above show scenes of the audience. Photo
i Gateway City saw one of the largest audiences ever brought under seen in No. 7.
No. 4 the Mt. Ararat Quintet. No. 5 shows the Gateway Singers. No.

one roof for a gospel songfest 6. the Gospel Crusaders with Eric O. Simpson who served as master The program was arranged under the direction of Solomon .

A galaxy of gospel singing groups who performed :without fee of ceremonies at mike and No. 8, the Celestial Spiritual Singers. Timmons. well-known in gospel music circles.



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-. I This edifice will be the"most modern I sive Club a class related activityat group. Seems a pity that the boys.

HOME'REPAIRS ChipsOff The Block building occupied by a sepia Edward Waters. The club gave who hit the top in the entertainment -1 HOME REPAIRS -

ADDITIONS insurance firm in the land. their first annual Valentine Ball world all have to hitch a ADDITIONS -

36 Months To Pay OB Siding, Congrats to Coach William recently in the college gymnas- ride on the "white horse" and 36 Months To Par on Siding .

Painting, J.to.U*., etc. Weathersbee.. His Isiah Blocker ium. Isiah Williams of Jackson- can't get off when they want to. Painting Jalousies etc.
BY JAY JAY i Jax the first part of the week for
Call Mr. Hope after 4 p.ot .-. hoopsters won the city championship. ville is president of the group and The group sang two numbers and Call Mr. Hope after 4 p.m.
El 62446CONTRACTOR Looks as tho Jack Frost is sing-I what we hope is his final fling. He is making plans to take Johnny Roberts is faculty sponsor. featured the fine tenor voice of at EL 62446CONTRACTOR

ft BUILDER ing "Just One More Time." The The boys on. the blocks wh3 had the group to Pensacola to participate Tuned in on Steve Allen's "To Van. & BUILDER
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put their -itorage-
old boy with the chilly fingers hit.I in the State Junior High night" and guess what I saw?
with the man with'the three'ballshad .
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I Ravens. Jim-
meet. None other than the
to redeem them in a hurry.On .
r Met John J. Coleman Rodell my Stewart was as pretty as. ever Jacksonville Needs A Negro
the cultural side of the ledgerthe
t Roberts and Edwin Matthews on the front row. Noticed that J.

lown is jumping this week. staging a "roundup" last Tuesday. T. Ricks was not singing with the Newspaper. Read the "Florida Star" -
Eastside .w estsidet' Edward Waters'presented three
{ = Seems as tho some of the kids sort
choirs in a top-notch musicale on
..'." of strayed off of the beaten path
Tuesday night at New St. Paul Every Week. Patronize "Star"
= ,.-. 2 Stores To Serve You AME Church. On Wednesday instead of going to the movies had Help& Wanted
: other ideas. The tutors had to
f.: ::: ON THE WEST SIDE IT'Sr night the Deltas'gave the town round them up and" head them in ELDERLY WOMAN General Advertisers
something new to digest. They housework help. 5 d!'ys. $18 per
the Still
proper direction. say we .
presented "a Calypso Carousel: at --
wk. and carfare. Mrs. A. Spink.
school
are against" this "turnout
i MYRTLE AVENUE SUNDRIES New Stanton. Oh chile but the and let's all go to the movie" deaL Phone FL 9.6052.DISHWASHER .
joint was jumping.
We still don't know what's for
1817 North Myrtle Avenue '4Itf. Sunday afternoon the Florida A who's benefit 6 days. $18 p-r

and M ujversity Choir will be wk. 2 11 zt
If don't believe telephone p. m to p. m. Apply
you
f.; LADIES -:- HAIRDRESSERSWe featured in a program at the messages can burn up the lines. Ann's Waffle Shop. 9 South Le
Stephen Foster Memorial whichis
ask Veatrice Washington. Her line Street.
: Carry a Complete Line of located at White Springs. White
burned right in halL Bet it t'was
Springs is only a few miles on the
Combs '
Straightening choicy gossip. Apts. for. Rent "
other side of Lake City"Should bea hjlccoiinfV
Curling Irons very good program. AI Dunmore of the Courier was jefjuiungr 4/c com, iwrVJ

(Germen and Domestic Makes) The Afro-American Insurance in town for a spelL Al is the big Unfurnished Apt. 1531 West 3rd poiindctf Scm i 7e 1 / It

Company is holding its annual wheel in the publicity set-up for St. Couple preferred. Phone EL Annually en SjviftV -
the"forthcoming General Confer- 3-0289. >n this AssgCiation -
Hair Attachments managers meet in town this "d Coan
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Which
ence which will be held in Miami. is
week. The firm is going all out in
giving the fellows who make the One thing we must say is that a Help Wanted Male chartered arii supccyitcd +OYIDt

, ON THE EAST SIDE ITS wheels turn a good time while in good newshawk must be versatileas b* 4he

a gambler and must be able to Insurance Salesmen. Excellent:
Leon-
the city. Wednesday night
: deal with both hands and pull a opportunity with well-known laical for tfu t'"rjuiitr
0. K. SUNDRIES1st ard Lewis Jr. entertained at his
deck. Guaranteed basic
the
home. Thursday night the group card from anywhere in company.

was.feted at the Lincoln Golf and When you talk about being "as salary lineral commission.: Ap-

,,-..{ Street and Florida Avenue Country Club. Friday night Mrs. pretty as a picture," we think you ply Room 210 Masonic Temple Savings i
should have Miss Tillie Alex- Bldg. 410 Broad St. 9 a. m. to
Mary Betsch entertains at her 8th seen '
; OUR PRICES CAN'T BE BEAT S Phone EL 5.1178 EL rkMill til f -
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or
Street home. All the talk you can ander the other week. :Miss Alex- p. m.
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hear in Afro circles now.is the ander reigned as sweetheart of 3-0468. :

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