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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 9, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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 )

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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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00311

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Material Information

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 9, 1957
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:
UF00028362:00311

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Preceded by:
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; The legislature committee which last Monday began its inveitiga- "I never: have been, am not -' :

tion of NAACP activities in Florida ,adjourned Friday 'with warn' now, arid never intend to' be" said F

J ings to witnesses about perjury' and predictions. thai HM legislature HilL "I say that in all sincerity,. _

will formulate a pattern to outlaw the NAACP slill riaoiag ia She. r.I Mr. Johns.1
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The principal witness in'the State Sen.Paul ,Kickliter of 5- -- ..... '. ------ S >' -- ""' ; <- -> y-< ;<: --;- II

four-day quiz were Virgil Hawkins -, The council is spearheading the Tampa''.said'he thought the legis- HEAR FACTS ABOUT'NEGRO MARKET'-A group of the panelists. salespeople and other interested persons who were In attendance .

I of Daytona Beach who hast bus integration drive of Tallahassee lature would pass a moderate ,at: the'Negro'Marketing,seminar which was sponsored by the National Market Developers Association in cooperation. with. the y.
'" :- been, seeking for eight years to Negroes. anti-JAACP law. Dural Retail Merehanis and Salesmen's Association.Ken Knight Enterprises.and.the Florida Star.are seen here.

.gain admission to the University _Harold! JS.-pwens JB-jear-old jJ t *g, !ctKj -. .'" w ,m.lajlas.i Juaki.Bowman,-Urfce League:lec n. laTj.Freddi* Brown Vftlllams Buick uletmnn Joshua W. Williams. Florida,
.'..'" ,"" "0 Florida Law School and Horace Florida A"dry University studentfront liter,/"I'll ,support.it, if- it isn't too Sky-asaodate6 tt drWia IIeusie:t 1h.1ocaf Mar1 "s Timioid"Sillerwhile; Wlailon iiiiMBtttrriepAiuiuiiiafrrir- :'t 'Bum..4Afro- '
'E: Hill, a Daytona attorney. Tampa, said he and five radical." American'Insurance'Company executive J. D. Brooks, Schaefer Beer representative: Erroll Dark Pittsburgh, Courier advertising execu

t Subpoenaed to testify were other students had been given a And after the committee session tire: Louise-Proiho.r Pel'Milk consultant: Joe Albright Curtis Candy Co.-public,relations representative who delivered the. main marketing .,

some 20 to. 25 witnesses among dollar each to pay their bus fares Sen.John Rawls of Marianna said discourse; Ken Knight master of- ceremonies.. : and Norman Jones Tampa public relations man who also served on the panel.

whom are members of the Inter- by Dan Speed chairman of ..thecouncil's it :would make some definite rec- .

-I 'Civic Council which has been transportation committee. ommendations. designed, to correct -
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spearheading the bus integration ;. "abuses of Florida's, judicial New'Plincipals Named- Jaxon Fires Five Shots .
NAACP'officials
fight, about fpur Several days earlier, Owens system by the National Association -
white FSU students and 'several said had him for Advancement of
Speed approached _
students and faculty members. about making a test of Tallahas- Colored People."
Florida A and .M University and see's new', bus' seat assignment TransfersAppointments At Friend; 2 Hit 3_ MissA
President:George W. Gore. ,
ordinance and had promised his
I Hawkins was the first witness legal expenses would be paid if Court Upholds _t .

called before the first public hear he'were'arrested, Trustees of the Duval County i No. 144: Mrs. Lois H. Telfair. familiar Ashley Street figure is being held in Duval County

ing conducted by the joint ,committee The six students-three whites Death Seaieice Board of Public Instruction met From New Stanton High School: jail on a charge of assault to murder as the, result of a brawl in
set to inquire into the which another well-known figure "of the blocks" wounded last
; up and three Negroes-were arrested was .
.. Wednesday, Feb. 6, and.made the Mrs. Clara Holt Durham. '
activities. the NAACP in FlorIda Friday night by two gunshots.
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Jan. 19 on charges of refusing to following transfers, promotionsand Clerical Transfers
For Jax ManTALLAHASSEE
The victim of the shooting is
the Two
take seats assigned them. appointments, which were approved Mrs. Alma McCall Harley was
J. He denied there was any ,agree- .of the white youths and Owens by the school board in its transferred from clerk at Long Jesse "Ben Blue"Jones, 38, whose volver in his hand.
ment by the NAACP to 'finance :4ater were released as material residence is listed as 1331 W. 20th Jones was taken from Duval
The Supreme meeting Thursday, Feb. 7. Branch School No. 106 to'thenew I
the, long legal fight and said he Street. Medical Center and later removed
witnesses. The'other three
I were Court refused this week to:
Henry Ward Jenkins was transferred school No. 157 located at 33rd and
funds
personally had received no charged with violating the ordi- alter a death sentence handed I from the principalship at Pearce Streets. The circumstances that led to -t6 Brewster Hospital where his
from the organization. the near-fatal shooting have not "
condition is reported "fair.
'r nance. Jimmie Lee Thomas, a, young Long Branch School No 106 to Mrs. Rosa: Lee Mills was transferred as
But Edward D. Davis of Ocala, Jon C. Folsom, Florida State Jacksonville man for the alleged the same post aUhe new 33rd and from John E. Ford SchoolNo. yet been determined by police; Cobb is beind held under:'$1,000
a farmer state NAACP president however, officers, investigatingthe xmd.
University student who woman.
was one
criminal attack white
.on a Pearce Streets elementary schooL 154 to Long Branch SchoolNo.
and'Fordham testified that some case reported that Jones and
of the six,denied the bus ride had
The court disagreed with Thomas Richard H Cook was transfer- 106.
.
Of the cost of the lengthy litigation been planned in advance:! He saidit I' John Henry*Cobb, better knownas
that confession Beach '
,had .been paid for by the attorney a red from Jacksonville AppointmentsOther "Booby" were in an Ashley St.
actHe
NAACP. was contradicted a spontaneous- made by the condemned man following School No. 144,>,where he servedas appointments were made bar. Orange Park Man
testimony
by his arrest was not given to Branch.
.. principal, Long
for teaching. personnel for the A police report revealed that as
Received Loan John Boardman another FSU student :
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.. freely. School No. 106, where he will 33rd and Pearce Streets.school Jones leaving the rendezvous,
Davis testified Hawkins had received and NAACP member who same position. as, was Held For Murder
a $150 loan from the said Folsom had .called, him the Thomas lawyer Ernest ti. Jack- occupy the follows: Mrs. Nancy P. Blossom, Cobb followed him into the street

NAACP "some time last summer" night before the bt&ride: and ask son, claimed: that when the assist- Acting assistant principal James Mrs. Thomasina Ingram, Mrs. and called to him, but the victim

it. ed him to participate. ant state attorney called Thomasa Eldridge Thompson at MatthewW. Irma McQueen, Mrs. Ruth Jackson continued on his way. ,Nathaniel King, 22, 'of Milwau-
and had not repaid
>-l-'::;. counsel for the Boardman, whd has been barred liar and demanded he tell the Gilbert School No. 146 was Gardner, Mrs. Cleo G. Boston, It is alleged that Cobb shot five kee.Avenue, Orange Park, is,dead
.;,. *_ Mark Hawes,
1 .:,., committee, introduced pho static from registering again for Graduate truth that voided the confession.The promoted from athletic director: to Miss Bernardina Gonzales, Miss timeS; at Jones from behind. One and Sam McCutchen, 29, railroad

copies of NAACP checks paid to study at FSU because of his Supreme Court opinion assistant principal. Ruth c.. Davis, Mrs. Ethel C. bullet struck the victim in the Avenue, Orange Park, is held in

Horace E. Hill for services and integration activities, s a i d. he said, however, "exhortations to Elwood Banks was promotedfrom Kankirts and. Mrs. Altamese G. left thigh and another hit him. in Duval County jail for murder.
in the Hawkins case. "presumes" that repeal of laws tell the truth, while under arrest, teacher at Matthew W. Gilbert McIntosh. the left side of his back. The shooting of King took

The expenses checks ranged from $10 to forbidding interracial marriagesis do not render a statement invol- School No. 146 toN assistant Patrolmen F.Mack and E. Hick place in front of Mose's Place, .a

$100. one of the goals of the NAACP.A untary.** principal at New Stanton School son who were in the 600 block of beer tavern at Yukon about 2:45a.

: Hawkins testified he personally committee counsel Mark No 153. Pair Held ForArmed Ashley street at the time of the m. Sunday, police reported.

'". had agreed to- pay' the lawyers Hawes led Attorney Hill througha W. Bernard Langley was pro- shooting, heard the shots and hur- McCutchen,, who had gone to

::' handling his case. But he was notable maze of letters and other documents Cekbrates Anniversary -moted from teacher of Isaiah Robbery ried to the scene. They reported the beer tavern with some friends, .

to recall how much he had he admitted, that the Blocker School.'No.135 to acting .they: found Cobb with the re- was getting in his .car ,to. leave, e.
.' principal of Jacksonville Beach I when according to witnesses King .1
IJ > pateL NAACP took it over, and that he
? ; testified was paid from NAACP funds. '" School No. 144. Two Jacksonville men were arrested approached McCutchen using :'
; a citizens group
p&vis ,. Samuel Kitchings and charged with armed DtMesiic DisprieEds fanity. pro'I'I
I fknown as a steering committee Hawes introduced as evidence *::: Earl was pro- :
had raised funds and paid the. several letters from top NAACP moted from physical education robbery Sunday morning, hours Witnesses also statu1 that
teacher to'acting athletic directorat after a service station attendant wanted to know where Me: ';;:I
referred to la
officials in which .
I '; .lawyersin the litigation. saidL they 1 Up Fight
.x' \ Matthew W. Gilbert School No. reported to police that a man helda Cutchen was going. :
the the l Hawkins casff-as an NAACPproject I
L :the NAACP-)ad taken over :f<< : .
<.: : 146. pistol on him and took $39.80 The witnesses said King advanced ,
;steering committee in 1956 be- .. ""' ,. .
: '. members of the original 'Hawkins himself admitted finally :,;>-;:.fi Transfer Teaching PersonnelThe and then knocked him in the A domestic dispute which led toward McCutcben/reaching J!l

cause had become scattered. after Hill was excused that :: following transfers ,were head.- to a fight between a local couple into his pocket. As King ad- ;',

-. 'group Fordham claimed he could not he knew the NAACP was band- made to the new elementary The men, Alfred Deal 32, of resulted in the husband being vanced, McCutchen allegedly -I

'..' ": Jremember whether the NAACP linjThis case. I' school No.,157"located 33rd and 2603 :b vis'street and Walter taken to Duval Medical Center for' reached into the glove compartment i

,#=:; v -:-*had been billed directly for legal "Wani to Apologise"Of ,. '-; Pearce Streets James-28, of 933 Jefferson Street treatment of lacerations of the of his car, drew a gun and ,I

I t ,":->'/: .services in the Hawkins case, or I said ,the NAACP didr't From Darnell-Cookman .School were placed in city jail, police reported cheejc. fired and King felL ,.1\
." have'anything to do with this -.. No. 145:-Mrs'Fannie M.'Simmons, Lawrence C. Collins, 38, and McCutchen drove away from 1
'; ; ..* .. the bills had been paid
S**. .whether NAACP. However,' he caGe r was mistaken," said HawaboUtperj CELEBRATES -Ken Knight, Mrs.Beatrice B. Vaught and Mrs I Police id Alphonso Lucas of his wife Queen E. Collins became the murder scene with his friends. ...:
'
the '
J :** .;.. "" ,--by of checks drawn : r- also; and asked him popular announcer and conductor Jessie E. Meuse. 1148 W. 20th St. identified Dealas involved in heated argumentover He reported to police later that .1
I .- r'< ':'.identified copies kins."AjdI,want;to apologize.: of 'Jhs..t Chariot" '.and"Ka4gkt From Moncrief School No. 124: the man who robbed him about I his children and her children he took his friends home to Doc- '
must haveibeen : :
t : : .< to Hill and said they ; station at 1095 Kings: last Sunday, and she threw some- tor's Inlet and threw the gun into .
;:: ,services and Senator Johns.warned Hawk Ds'Jte.JmeW Train programs heard Mrs. Clemehtine D. Banks, Mrs. 4 a. m. at a 5- y.
,
I ';;;H: 1::)-,: for legal Hawkins'case: .ex- I#i tfee- penalties for it. om-IIatioBWJIHC, will celebrate Mildred, Carr; Mrs. Theresa S. Road. Lucas was treated at Duval thing hitting him in the face, investigating the creek. Back in Orange Park

.7-:-,.... "STpcnses.' in the told Hawkins:saM:he dM; kk thkd.aaaiTersarT with a'program Campbell Fields; :George Allen I Medical Center for a deep laceration officers reported. McCutchen told the .constable ,.:
: .-) i committee was by.a"Negro -
I : The that asofficial Si 'JoiM '.ei, atHi* charged ,oi gecpel: a which: will Lawson Mrs.'Hazel Raysor and' over his right eye. Collins went to Duval Medical what had happened and was..in

_:,. : .. university; student Inter- that ,Hill was "fast perjuring". iealure&e lea&ae'gospel groups Miss Wilbe1mi 1a.E..Young. Lucas reported that the robber Center where he was treated and custody when Duval officers ar-

._. <- I of the Tallahassee financed an ilinaeHli hWt t i aft- the :Dural Armory, Sunday I From John E."Ford School .No. walked into the station took the released. The Collins family live rived. .> 1

;:-, '-.:iCivte Council had ..Both .'ltr--ski "-".J *""' denied ,'ai-'-t Feb Hat: .3 "m.. I 154: MrsrTheresa Price and Mrs. money changer and bills, hit him at 2055 Mars Street King was pronounceddead.onarrival '_
:3- !a4'lPMcd. busridefor p 'costs hiraavito if He under ,ClU"dh ''tC":1:bY= that There will 'be ltd tears foradmission. I Doris''Jones Brown. and ran down the street to a wait Sgts. W. C. Barber and F. A. at the U;S.<.Nayals 1 I
legal -
'iii were l t arrested.td ;pay they ever had been a member of I From Jacksonville- .Beach School ing automobile. Gruber investigated. ..


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L. Pubfsbed by, The Florida .Star ,Publkb1.g., Co.. r BY ERIC O. SIMPSON ,
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b a423"Breed Street JacksoavHfe; ;;MetMa PboaaKgia; 4-3773, Your DoHars Work For Progress;} t

.. Erie.,,O. Sinpwat __._ ... .. I itw What A Spectacle In Tallahassee! t.
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Rkaerdtta .?._.____..,.,.__....-...M.... Gi..latielll...... ; 4' a. Last Monday a group of Jacksonville merchants and sales moanag.n -
who attended the seminar Txplorlng The. Negro Market"

.L '_ '. Member of Associated. '\Negro. PNM' [ 3 i 3.W which was held ai Ihe Afro-Americaa Insurance Building secured

,a. +* same &st-haD4lnfamWlou about the rich Negro market that exists
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;; SUBSCMTTION! '
One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.09; Three Months, $l.tf .ti. nationally as well as locally
'."..' Mailed' To You, Anywhere la th. .UaHa: Slants.Subscdotioas A special feature of the seminar was a film prepared by the
Payable In Adroiw. ,Sead Cheek.or,Monty Orders To: '
,*. publishers of Ebony and.Jet magazines which portrayed .the Negro
nORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA customer who -
as one spends a forge portion of his spending for the

wrr best in clothing, food home furnishings,,cars and other luxuries.

Lip4c' ln's Birtihiiy Is SIP Vicait Negroes in

; Jackson viII e in Jacksonville expect the Negroto
jf and, Duval trade with him but he seldom

,,. It might be that some of us will look- upon February 12, County 'spendsomething thinks of ,employing Negro sales .
,the birth ,date of Abraham Lincoln .merely,as an excuse'.to like people or office workers. The few ,

have a party-a tea-or as a background theme for decoratingfor $40 million annually establishments that do employ

whatever entertainment or program that might be sche- i .' and Negroes confine them to positionsas

duled at that time. although every porters and truck drivers .
white, .merchant and the 'operators of those firms,
But lest we forget-LINCOLN'S: "BIRTHDAY.; IS SIGNIFICANT t is ,anxious .to believe it or not, think ot them-

j/; geta good pore selves as .great emancipators..

On February 12, 18O9, Abraham Lincoln was born,in Har- ;j7 tion 'ofthattrade The Negro citizen who hopes to

din, Kentucky in what is now known as Larue County; and, ,few of: see our people advance socially ,
no matter what the excuse-whether'he"felt in his'.heart that them are will and economically is beginning to (

slavery was.an evil or whether he took''the step',to preserve / ing to make Simpsonany realize that we must pull together i

The Union-on January 1, .1863. HE ISSUED THE EMANCIPATION constructive contribution to even in the spending of our-dol-
PROCLAMATION! the improvement of the Negro's
social or economic welfare in re- lars.Take
would be well this date for to tributeto ; a store like the Kramer's
Thus, it on us pay turnfor the riches they seek to
the man who took the initial step toward granting us ; ,'I': gain from the Negro. peoples: Department Store at 130 Broad
Street. They get 90
percent
freedom.We sweat.
-. '. I their business from Negroes but
.
that the Glee Club of Lincoln Univer- .... The seminar was held to point do /
note with pride -- .... white I not hire a single Negro sales
sity of Pennsylvania will be featured on the NBC-TV religious "Direct Action Ended ,His \Sway In The Army, Mr._ President there out to is a huge businessmen buying public that in person or helper This is not

program, "Frontiers of Faith," Sunday, February 10, (1:30* I IZOP.lL the Negro areas and that the only one. There are several
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EST) in a special program commemorating Lincoln other dry goods and clothing
that trade best be
Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 can accomplish
birthday. The group is appearing under the auspices\of stores where specialized sales-
the: United Negro College Fund and will sing such familiar Your 'W.eklyoroscope Ingenuity and industry team ed through the use of Negro news. manship is not necessary that the ":

hymns "Rise Up O Men.of God," "Sooaah Will Be Done," off. Which could maki you react papers. Negro staffed and pro owners send over to Riverside and
and "Battle Of The,Republic. : Guido with warmth in connection with grammed radio and through em-
1\'ly'Lord What A Morning, Hymn .' of Springfield to hire high school
ployment
sites
friends Negro
or romance, you can look, people.
girls during the Christmas and
forward to a rather productiveand public ,relations and promotional
'.' The telecast will also feature Ray Middleton as.Abe Lin-.. WHICH ARE YOUR- LUGKY DAYS: FOR profitable quarter. The skills representatives.The gro Easter customers.We season .rush to wait on'Ne-

col nin monodrama, "Day's End" by E. P. Conkle, the action BUSINESS = LOVE *=- TRAVEL and talents you have discovered, white business man is much hare no quarrel with the .
ofi,the play taking place on the afternoon of the day that Abe developed or trained in' the past like the politician who wants the
Springfield Riverside
or whom
Lincoln-ls to see Miss Laura Keene in "Our American Cousins'Ut -'' to fry PABLO, The ASTROLOGER could very well become the meansof Negro to vote for him but, dqes girls
entitled
to earn a living .
Fords Theatre in Washington, D. C. providing additional revenues, nothing for the ,Negro after bets but
they have so many many opportunities -
or even your livelihood, should elected to office. The merchants
The Rev"Dana F. Kennedy, executive secretary of radio ARIES Study and weigh- 1Iyiewp ints. that ever become You of earning a living or
and.TV of the Protestant Episcopal ,Church will be the pro- BolD March 21 thru April 19 4-60-88-58-B6--658' necessary. getting job training. It seems to
are greatly favored in this
gram's host. The'pIper exacts his price: re- vides the happy note for' the me that the Negro girls should be
spect. It be time to
Should you have, failed to heed CANCER may put your month which should benefit you given an opportunity to earn a
!We ..otice'also that the .National Association the.Ad- the ,signs that were provided in Born June'.22 thru July 22 feelers out for opportunities you professionally and financially. few dollars-especially in establishments -
vaaeaaiest.of Colored People will make a report OH desegregation abundance heretofire, you have Faith is unconquerable. If you can take on and exploit to the Saturn assists through the good that derive the bulk of

progress'Monday, February 11, over the NBC network, additional one provided at this have ,held. true .to, your ,purpose very limit services of staunch friends, towntoearth their profits: from colored citizens
(10:15-10:30: : EST) in observance of. the NAACP's 48th anniversary period. Friends and loved ones not to allow yourself, to get the 530222721322SCORPIO: 'thinking and clarifying If the establishments cannot see

and on the eve of the 148th anniversary of the birthof may somehow become involvedin better 'of yoUr: ,judgment, you i influences. Reduce business and the fairness of such an arrange-
'
Abraham Lincoln. some ,difficulties or other should;find this. period a rather social spending for a period. ment and are unwilling to cooper-

_It is our hope that all Americans will avail themselves ofttie troublesome situations which you rewarding.one. Outside of an.opposition Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 5-30-55- -54-355 ate by giving back to the Negro

opportunity to hear.theLinrnla'UaivenityGlee Club'onthlSoccaslon' will ,have ,to face unemotionally. which,continues,to.highlight Apply diplomacy. If you can community in the form of employment
and to hear the NAACP's report on.desegregation. so,as not to create additional complications the need of financial responsibility steer clear of further ado,you can PISCES and opportunity for advancement

Roy Wilkins; NAACP executive secretary; Martin Lu- YOU should find great conditions are more likely I look forward to a comparatively Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 in return for the dollars -

ther King, leader of the Montgomery bus protest movement; spiritual comfort and' guidance 'at to. be to your liking' Make this satisfying and inspiring week. By Lose yourself in reflection. The we put in their pockets, thenit

Dr..Walter A. Young a member of the St. Louis board of edu- ,this.time.;.Nothing can replace the one of outstanding days. Don't using the right techniques, you only disturbing aspect is provided. is left to each of us to pull our
wisdom that has been providedby relax efforts to consolidateyour may soothe the ruffled feelings of It be with trade
cation; and Loren Miller, Los Angeles civil rights attorney, your can coped satisfac- from such firms..
will appear on the program."There learning as well as,by experi- position in the workaday loved ones and others' who could torily when you pay proper attention S. -
ence in handling matters to the and monetary world by_ further have found cause for grievances. 'to seasonal ailments take the There currently in Tallahassee

is a law ,above all human .enactments, ,written satisfaction. concerned And training your: talents and skills Other than obstacles which wouldbe proper precautions against inclement I a spectacle which once again

upoa;the heart by the finger of God; and while man despise life is,further enriched. : and making any: other long-term the outcome of your own con- weather, and follow the I makes us aware ,of the travesties

fraud, and loathe rapine, and abhor-blood, they' shall reject 2-40:-66 36-:62 463TAURUS arrangements that seem desirable.A juring, you seem to have the rightof dictates of good sense in your liv- on justice which we witness ,each

with' indignation the wild and guilty phantasy; that man can rosier outlook slowly unfolds. way for. individual enterprise ing habits. Be particularly recep day in Florida and the South.

hold;property In man.-Brougham. .. .,. '6-80--11-78=13-831 romance and profit. Be an Inspiration tive to the voice of intuition This feature is something called
:. Bom 20.thru May 20 .. to children. which could provide the to of
Abraham Lincoln did not make the foregoing statement; April key "Investigation the NAACP Promoting
history tells us that he was not,an abolitionist; that the rand Grasp the helping hand. This LEO 8-70-99-67-97-796 success, present and future, for I Lawsuits In Violation of

proclamation,issued by him was really made as a last resort period. has some very promising; Born 'July 23 thru Aug. 23 those who are sensitive, and 'State Law." Among other things
,to preserve the union. indications for cooperation, fur Bonds of affection hold. Whether SAGITTARIUSBorn psychic. In the material sense, the committee wants to know
ther progress in your business or your difficulties stem from Nov. 23,thru Dec. 21 you have plenty to gain when you what part The NAACP played in
But, another philosopher made the following statement,. official world, a bolstering of your adamat views and unflexible atti- Those who wait receive. This use your inspirational powers. financing the legal fight of Virgil

in which I firmly believe-"The actions of men are like the I economic and security setupsand: tudes on 'your part, or from the period provides' theonly doubtful 8$0 22-58-21-621 (Continued on Page )
index of a book; they point out what is most remarkable in inspiring social highlights, paves lack of understanding or good will note this week'in connection with

them." It also helps me to believe that. Abraham Lincoln, the way for reconciliations and agreater on the part of ,others, suggests trips, projects and the exchangesof
being an honest man, was prompted by the courage in the understanding of marital, that all avenues of conciliation views and information. From

depths of his'heart and the divineness of his nature to render partnership and competitive ques- should explored. The possibility then on, some unexplainable situation -

justice, to the utmost of his ability, to a wronged people; that tions. Make a friend should the of arriving at a satisfactory that may have been some-

he was prompted by his sound reasoning that no man "can circumstances work out that way settlement, with profit to,all con- what of an ordeal could take an

hoULproperty in man" and'expect the blessings of God who and this indicates that there may cerned,is emphasized. This period about-face and show you that it

created all men; that no country nor Union could "hold be an opportunity to benefit,your reveals that. the loyalty of some- was all for your personal benefit

property in man" and expect to prosper! career thus creating more material one dear to' you should not be after alL Patience, a philosophical Q'
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, resources., Your, prestige and discounted or ignored as this outlook and inner faith should be

: Distortions Of Negro History credit are your most valuable could provide the short cut to the amply rewarded by the unf orseen
assets. Guard them welL solution of.your problems. Avoid climax that is indicated at this 6)'J

1.20441737243GENDU. the tendency to take life too seriously time. Offers of a confidential
Mag Corrected Says Historiai and indulge in' recrea- ture' and opportunities to prove

tional pastimes more often.. your worth should not be allowedto

Born May 21 thru June 21 3 10 33 12 28 131 pass unheeded. Even where
The i Soviet Union is not the only nation which has been .:- -
What price freedom. You may failure has persisted, never give :
rewriting history to suit its purposes, suggests an article in '
like the,feeling of being unhamp- VIRGO' up a worthy objective.
the current issue of The Crisis, official journey of the NAACP.Dr. .
ered and free to do as you please. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 7-56-77-48-75-547
John Hope Franklin, the author, asserts that so far And yet you may have to join one Patient plodding makes, head-
the history of the Negro: in the United States is concerned
as or more persons to give a ,new way, which continues to foment CAPRICORN
"it is all too clear that what has actually happened is one meaning to your life and avail inner and nervous tensions, thereis Born Dec.'22 thru Jan. 19
and what has been described< by (American) writers of
thing
yourself of the advantages pro- room for a calmer ,and more Aspirations begin to soar. The
history as having happened is quite another thing"Dr. vided. This period shows that optimistic outlook. Rather than safeguards ,on your currency and!

Franklin, chairman of the history department at you will have to strike a balance nursing your grievances, see how other valuable possessions should I

Brooklyn College,is one of America's,foremost historians.The between conflicting ideas. Some they can be removed through not.be.lifted,yet; and',you- should j
fortunate developments connectedto reasonable.talk,and other conciliatory caution associates to act,lice-i ,
distortion of American Negro history has been such,
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Service health, business, for methods. You should have wise. It better to'be safe than! j
Dr. Franklin maintains that "even the so-called scientific his i
eign and future interests are the favorable influences. After :sorry. The rest. of this period provides -
inclination materialsof
torians (have) showed little to use the
promised in the late hours of the all it better arrive at I favorable
is to a sensible the more portionof
other than their
,history for any purpose to support own
predilections, prejudices, and earlier commitments. same date. This would be a good compromise when this relieves the month, although the signs Features
day to.make positive decisions or your mind ,of its major indicate that you still..should remain -
American historians even in our own time, the author commitments regarding associations concerns... more or less inconspicuousor 1400 WRHC 1400 :

continues "have, with remarkable effectiveness,described the travel and legal matters. 9-30J77 56-=75-327 in the background. Discretionis ,
.Negro as a.beast, have worked assiduously to justify and even the byword when iV comes to

,to glorify,Negro slavery, and have described the period since your economic maneuvers. -and KEN KNIGHT
, w GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 ,
emancipation one of unmitigated woe for Negroes and of expectations ; *

,inconvenience for :whites." Uee fab c..,... ..... wore. ebeat ,..,..H.' Seal' 10' ceab. (eae Qa* 1-90-77-85--74--479.: -". < 4
ta cola) for ucla horaicepa entered by .... lacfoda 'self ao'dmata', .1'.e. Presenting 54 ..
Fortunately, Dr Franklin remarks "Negroes generally HoaipH ...... .. Write ....Iy. TaU offer don aot apply' re retideaHof S -
,have not had any'.illusions about the distortions of their history MM ......: of Caaaie.I AQUARIUS M. :, KNIGHT TRAIN .
Born Jan. 20 thru Feb.,It'- .
and they: have not been unduly influenced'by them. - 1
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,PAKO,.FL9SJDA $TAI ASTROLOQER. ..* I ,Wish for something jeaL Favorable 8-ePjL ---' 12-1 Nightly _
'In the last two decades ,Dr. Franklin says, a change in ': indications outweigh the less ,
P. O.'POX Sil .
the writing of American ,Negro ,history lias come about, so -" '' .
I JACWaWVfUl I. fLA. ., .. -wLf IMaa promising ones this week so pin SWEET CHARIOT .
United ;
.. -that "for the first time in the history oi the States, -: :,, down your hopes, to the level ,of ,
there Is striking resemblance between what historians are realism and see how and where '9:30 to .' 4
and what has actually happened the history of the I 10.30 Thru Friday ..:
.writing ea I Ir they can be'realized. It is not .. ,,
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American. Negro. to ease tensions i nyour prim ,
BLUES IN .
""*The! article is entitled, "The New Negro History," and CItr, .,"- : ._ StelaAfeoia I If. i vate and'public relationships' unless THE KNIGHT

appears in the February issue of TIle Crisis. The issue also .ikle........ -, ,' -: you have learned the secret 10:3012 'Monday Thru Saturday

.contains'a listing of books by Negro authors in 195C an annualr : : ., :- lore, -' ,xr- ;ti:. I of masteringyour. emotiens- at any'. I.- : .
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It 1: '-. Gilbert High School Band Parents organization,band members and guests, as they "iine Baker Mary Bed: (standing) Billie Daniels. Leonard Douglas and George Carter. E

' I!!;; ",,:" I. r appeared at the annual ball held; .last Friday night at.the schooL '. Right photo Reading from left to right Misses Joyce Bethel. Josephine Hall. I

'It 1 ,> '. ... : Left photo: ,((seated) Mrs.. Elizabeth Nelson. Mrs. Tiny,Thomas. Mrs. Mary .Annie Bell Grant Peggie Richardson. Jacqueline Wright and Clara Lou Harrell {{ II
II .,,\ Ann Benlcn Mrs. Athtr ,Glass Mis. BetheL -Mrs. .y(.
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Sarah Coley; (standing: ) standing( ) James Monroe. Curtis Miranda. Tommle Chandler David Harris. Theodore -

I:;:-.: ? .- Waymon.Stone. Rudolph Williams,, George HUL James C. Thompson, Edward Coley. .'.' .Richardson and James Harrell. :: '.,.' .i, I
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Camellias Club, will celebrate Mary McLeod Bethune a y rn
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ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY its first anniversary Feb. Circle invites its.*sister clubs of #

8, 9, and 10 with a dance, luncl%. the city arid the public to sharein
the AKAs making
Locally are plans for Founders' Day observance -
scheduled to be held Sunday, February 17, 3:00: p.'m. in Lee's eon and program. a service of recognition plan- FF
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Theological Seminary, Edward Waters College. The annual semiformal dance ned for Sunday, Feb. 10, 1957, in -
will be held the Circle. Cenler, honoring their
I Mrs. Sara Scott Stewart, wife of Dr. W. B. Stewart. will .delayer Friday evening Feb. organizers and charter members
the? address. 8, 9 o'clock in the Elks Auditor-, I
iurn.r who have served the Circle, educational .
Members of Gamma Rho Omega Chapter hare_ planned an interesting institutions and other
The luncheon will be held
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program that will feature many other outstanding women of charitable organizations of the
Jacksonville.r urday, Feb. 9, in the home of Mr. yN
city and! state for more than a
j'and Mrs. Leon Parsons and will
r s. Bethune.Cookman College, the sorority recently celebrated its quarter of a. century,*Along with
I be restricted to members of the
''l 49th anniversary in the school auditorium with three'chapters combining I club. these members, ,other loyal members ..
a efforts to present the program. ,Mrs. Amelia G. Wallace of who have rendered untiring ::-.G<

r Knoxville, Tenn.. Supreme Basileus. delivered the anniversary I The anniversary program will service will be honored. + -
r c address. be present Sunday, 3:00: p. m: Efforts =are' being made to secure a

' at Sweetfield Baptist Church, located -
some of the city's finest talent -
The three chapters represented included Delta Omicron Omega
on the corner of Fourth and
I. (graduate chapter) of Orlando, Mrs. Marie S. Gladden Basileus; to appear on"the program. -
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Harrison-Streets,Eastside: 4 7 x a
t itl' Gamma Mu Omega of Daytona Beach (graduate"chapter), MIL Le BETHUNE CONCERT CHOIRTO -ia ;
I Mrs. Theo Oree will be
Rosa Smith, Basileus: and Gamma Tau of Beth une-Cookman College speakerfor APPEAR IN RECITALThe
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the Hos-
i (undergraduate chapter), Mrs. Jewel Wilson 'Basfeus.f anniversary program. Circle will celebrate its

rl The program was followed by a coffee hour sponsored by theI Mrs.tesses Elizabeth for the Ward program, Miss will Caro-be 30th anniversary March 4, at ii ,:... .

undergraduate chapter. which time it will present the 2
line Harris Mrs. Alma
Young-
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.e. Bethune-Cookman ConcertChoir ,. <
blood, .Miss Althea Singleton, x1 \
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I CALENDAR TEA AT JOHN E. FORD Miss Maxine Williams and. Miss, in its annual I'ecital'here. The pro 1
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gram will begin at 8 m. and
John E. Ford Elementary School will sponsor its Third: Annual Jacquelyn Baker. p.
: will be. held in the Isaiah Blocker
J.( Calendar Tea Sunday, February 10., from 4 to 6 p. m., in'the school's Mrs. Gladys Carroll will intro- Junior High School. ( _

i cafetorium. t duce the speaker and Miss Marva: Miss Padrica. Mendez, gifted X. wJ
i i Mrs. Olga Bradham, librarian, at Wilder Park Branch Library, Jenkins will be guest soloist coloratura soprano will be featured -

t.. will be .the main feature of the program, which will also include on the ,program. She is the

selections by the John E. Ford Choral Ensemble, directed by Mrs.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Men-

Ruth"' D. Myers and Miss Dorothy E: Daniels. Better Garden Circle dez, 725 W. Monroe St. '

The tea is being sponsored under the auspices .of.the school's

l t Parent-Teacher Association and proceeds will be used to purchase Hold Annual
MeetingThe J
equipment for the schooLj i i OFFICE
j- \ S. -StorkDeliveries. < L Ip
Better Garden Circle J Y ,
held : x
NIGHTINGALE CLUB OFFICERS its annual party recently ill the : U

I Mrs. ft. Powell was hostess to the recent'meeting of the Nightin home of Mrs. Leona Smith, 763 ; yy A d5 lti i

gale 'Club. when officers were elected for the current year. New W. Church Street. She was assist-

officers are as follows: Mrs. Marie Hodges, president: Mrs. Mattie ed in her duties as hostess by Born Tn:

Brown vice president: Mrs. Bessie Godson,. second vice president: Mrs. Mamie Kirkland and Mrs. !
Mrs.: M. B. Woods financial secretary: Mrs. Murtle Samuel record; Penny Carson. i iv
r: James and Sandra Snow,. 730 :
ing secretary and Mrs. Jessie P. Joyner. reporter.
.e. e Mrs. Bessie H. Love was mis- Court,B, girl, Jan., 3. ..
tress of ceremonies and Mesdames Manuel,and Thelma Menendez, } r' dS
FOUNDERS' DAY TEA AT S. P. LIVINGSTON Leonara Davis and ,Pearl Hudson
( 3923 Ribault St, boy, Jan. 7.
The Parent-Teacher Association of Smart Pope Livingston School gave brief, remarks on flowers. John Mangram and_ Betty, 2024

'I ,will sponsor a tea and exhibit next Sunday,. February 17, from 4 to Games were played, followed Grunthal St, girl, Jan. 9. p L'

it 6 p. m., in the school's auditorium. by refreshments.. Grant and Daisy Flowers, 812 ..z.r' .

Mrs. H. James Greene will*be the principal speaker on the program Persons present included Mrs: Leila St, girl Jan. 23.

"which will also feature Mrs. Nelson W. Spaulding, Mrs. M. Joseph and Mattie Finney Jr.,
4! Sally Diggs, Mrs Leonara Dixon, ___ __.____._ ___m_ .__m.. __________
I' Todd McKenzie, Mrs. L. W. Hill, and the Stanto-Musi-Cho of New Mrs. Will Carswell, Mrs. Polly 955 W. Beaver St, girl, Dec. 13. ..
Stanton School directed Mrs. James Hercules and Geraldine Keller INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S ASSOCIATION -'Shown here are members of the International -
High by Espy., Whitfield, Mrs. Ivory Johnson, I
; Association, Local No. 1408 and members of the Ladies'
Aux
; Longshoremen's Independent
Joseph McCray, president of the P-TA, announced that a private Mrs:'Bertha Byson, JamesCallahan 1156 W. Beaver, girl, Jan. 19".
iliary, as they appeared recently .at their ,annual sociaL
collection of paintings by David H. Dwight, ST., local resident, will Marvin Hutchins, Mrs. Clara Charlie and Mozelle Brice, 1110
Millner Jan. 16. Top photo: Reading from left to right (seated), Mrs. Carrie Wallace president: Mrs. Eilene Bu-
II be on display in the right entrance to the school lounge. Raines of Hollywood. boy,
Leroy and Nettie TilLman, 1252 ran. vice.president: Mrs. Ella Ashley, 2nd vice president: Mrs. Mozella Buckman, recording.secretary:
Mrs. James Smith Arthur Mitchell and Mrs. Latimer Williams '
Mrs.Nettie Mrs Cora
Young,
Mrs. Flossie Parsons financial secretary: Mrs. Mildred Sapp, corresponding secretary: Mrs. Catherine
W. 22nd St, boy, Jan. 16. :
; are heading committees working with the event .
: S. IL Lewis, Mrs. Nellie Edwards, Randolph and Sarah Wright Sams, chaplain; Mrs. Eloise Dolson Mrs. Mettle Roberts: (standing) Mrs. Mary Middleton. Mrs. Anna

Mrs. N. Myers, Mrs. Dpris L 1424 W. 2nd St., boy, Jan. 16. Roberts- Mrs. Aden Fredrick. Mrs. Emma .L. Gray Mrs. Ethel Anderson.. Mrs., Ozxie 'B. Johnson,"Mrs.
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SEMINOLE GARDEN CIRCLE Hutchins Mrs. Nellie C. Groom, Willie and Julia Bowes 1313 Laura K. Roberson Mrs. Edna Jackson. and Mrs. Annie Mae Brown.

i The February meeting of the Seminole Garden Circle was, held Mrs, Sadie Johnson :Mrs. L. B. Oakley St, girl, Jan. 13. Center photo: Reading from left to.right (seated), Mrs. Bertha L. MaxwelL Mrs. Susie Coker,
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.. last Thursday in the home of Mrs. R. Klichlng. 1427 West 5th Street. Callahan, Mrs. Gladys Barnes, .
Edward and Patsy Livingston, Mrs. Lola Segars Mrs. Lula Porter Mrs. Haiti B. Robinson: (standing) Mrs. Susan Odom. Mrs. Vera

Mrs. M. Scruggs. president of the organization- '! ,R.presided over the Mrs. Leona Smith Mrs. Bessie 354 Elm St, girl, Jan. 4. Ingram, Mrs. Nettie Young' and Mrs. Isabelle Bailey.

'meeting. Mrs. L. Kelly led an interesting discussion gardening. Love- Mrs. Mamie Kirkland and Douglas and, Beatrice Brown, Bottom photo: Reading from left to right (seated), Ira Coker, president of Independent Local
** Davis.Weddng
S. Mrs., Leonara 4147 Old St Aug. Rd, girl, Jan. No. 1408; Ben Ashley vice president:-Marion S. Johnson, recording secretary: Arlexie Gray, chairmanof
JUNIOR MISSIONARY WOMEN'S ANNUAL TEAs 15. I ,the trustee board: John Bailey, chairman of the sick committee: (standing) Robert Mallard: vice

i The Junior Women's Missionary Society of Second' Baptist' Clyde and Minnie Mency 217 chairman of the grievance committee:. Dave Kennedy treasurer and business manager} and Robert M.

Church will sponsor its annual tea February 17, from 3:00 .to 5OQ : Bells W. State St.., girl,Jan 12., Sams chaplain. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS' ,

p. m. in the basement of the church. Walter and Irene Fitspatrick I

= A program centered around the theme, "Friendship" has been Applications- for Marriage 3265 Old St Aug. RA, boy, Jan. t I

arranged for ,the event Licenses Mrs. Loyce Hill i HonoredMembers <
-. .Hf' at- f .. ..' 14.Joe -
and Ernestine Rivers, 1562 I
COFFEE SERIES BEGINS AT YWCA Eddie Burnett, 2096 McQuadeSt Steele St, boy, Jan 22. -of the.Malgrae Nous .' "' .l'

-t The tint in a series of membership oUeuwU held Tuesday : ,. age"27. and Betty L. Jackson Thomas and Cleopatra Pearson Bridge Club entertained Mrs.

evening at the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA spoisored'by Mrs. Geneva 1709W. 12th St, age 19. 1350 W. 25th St, girl. Jan. 21. Loyce Hill with a baby'shower Jt ,. : i

Guyton and Mrs. Louisa Guinyard. B, Kichardson., 1521 Hill St., James H and Hattie Williams, recently held in Mrs. Jenell Saun- l .

Participants, included Mrs. Margaret C., Day Mrs.,Pansy Washington age_23 and'Barbara Baldwin, 1317 Srn 1949 W.. 9th. St, girl, Jan. 18.1 ders' lovely Zinnia Avenue.home.
On
Mrs Dora,,Scarborough., Mrs. Vanorian Schtlt,; MIL: aura .Grant St, age 20.' Washington and Hester Dix The living and dining rooms t

Adams. Miss Mildred Maultsby. Mrs. Mary W. Simpson. Miss Honey Alfred D, Smith, 1388 W. PrinceSt 3516 Lee St, girl, Jan, 17., were beautifully decorated with -l( CULTURES STRAIGHTCNS .

Walker, Mrs. A. M. McIntosh. Miss Hortense Jones Mrs. DelphineM. age 48,and Juanita' Newman, Josie and Nellie Coger. Baldwin pink and blue shower motiffs in '1

Brinson.. Fredrico Dixon. Clarence Bostick and Charles Lee. 998 W. Nnion St., age 56. Fla: girl, .Jan, 20.. accordance' with the occasion. % ugar Ray Robutstit ,;

The next coffee sponsored by Mrs. Irma L. Lynch, will.be held Geo. W. Washington, 1532 West George' G. and Leola Nichols, Mrs. Elaine A. Johnson, Mrs.

Sunday afternoon'<4:30< p. m. inter home at,5637.Marigold Road. 6th St, age ,21' and Hattie M. 708 Dewitt SU girl; Jan,." Dorothy Df Williams; .Mrs. Gloria s 40444- .

Miss Ella Bronson and Mrs. Sallie Hurls will be sponsors for Thomas, Columbia S. C. age 18. James-and Bertha Nelson, 1041 Crumblar,Mrs.Arnetta R-- Brooks "It's a Knackeut"IXSBT .-
Logan St boy, Uov..28.. Miss Agnes Banks, Miss Saffle M. -- .
the coffee to be held at the YWCA Monday ev nIDg. 7:30 p. m. Edwin Singletary, 1519 Van
Mrs. Winnie Richberg is sponsoring a coffee Monday morning. LendWard and Zolar Griffin Daniels and Miss Lillian Washington D1
.. Buren St. age 18 and Juanita
February 11. In her home at -1524<< West 9th Street Finney 734 Court H, Blodgett 1321 Prince St, girl, Dee 18. : were among persons pres- :# F T-

Miss Yyette SIms'and 'Mrs.. Vera Davis have rescheduled their Homes, age 18. .. Alphonso and Evelyn Ross; 1967 entMrs.
coffee. It will -be held Thursday morning Feb.. 14. in the Branch Kings',m. girl, De:. 19., Saunders was the usual _
Callaway Ramsey, 1526 Illinois 'W. and Mary .Holmes, hostess. _
YWCA. 582 W. lib Street. George i gracious '
St, age 41 and Geneva Gandy, \
Coffees sponsored by Mrs. Bemlce Green,'Mrs. Madeline Jones 1526 Illinois St. '31. 14009'McConihe St., boy, Dec. 25.: -" O4PDsNEB\
age J: If
Mrs. Hallie Sampson and Mrs. Anita Garner are yet to be scheduled.. Kenneth L Robinson, 2136 Leonard and .:Eliza Atwater, ISAIAH,BLOCKER P-TA .
1145 W.4th St,,girl,Dec. 28. .' L.,

.j| MISS MARVYNE BETSCH AT R. L. BROWN TEA M.Jernigan Sanders Road, 3619, age Basil 17 and Road Ruthie, age Tommie and 'Annie 1r1 unfold, The Parent-Teacher Associationof JHaks. p 1bs 4rj
1016 Oakley St, girl Jan.3. .
*. The annual tea scheduled by the Richard 3rown P-TA Sunday. 15.Charles -- ... Isaiah 'Blocker Junior High ON POSHES PROCESSAT

} Feb. 10, 4:00 p. m. will feature Miss Marvyne Betsch'on the program. W. Thompson, 733 W. '" .. :- School recently completed 'plans TOM fAYORITE BAKE_ SHOP

; Miss Betsch, who recently returned from abroad, will give a Monroe St, age 35 and Senorita ;-1; "' r'4irEdator .. for its '"Founders' Day Tea,**scheduled c.tllc counter
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bve1ogue. oZLherutrip. She will show &Olor.sUdes.of.Jnterestingplaces Crawford. Beth n -Cookman &t .. ; to be held on St Valentine's. cfrvl -, -

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e Al ,Edward Waters College Set At Redeem _. "The Privilege Of Choice" .

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:: ; Founders Day observance: win be celebrated February 14-15 Church '. BY REV. A. J. HUGHES
throughout African Methodism td commemorate the birthday and the Baptist ,
PASTOR OF ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH
founding of the African Methodist ,Episcopal Church by Richard .
r Thtn ,Lot Chow" Genesis 13:11
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Allen. the Redeem
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-Richard Allen,was born Feb. 14, Baptist Church will begin with I Ithe' The privilege of choice is one of the grandest gifts God gave

1760 and the African Methodist Choir FestivalTo Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. man. VJhen God made man, he made him the greatest thing in His

Episcopal Church was founded inI I with Deacon J. H, Washington in creation, gave him an intellect, a mind of his own and a freedomof

1787 when Allen walked out of i Be Presented charge. choice; that he may choose his own destiny. He also set two

St.;George's Methodist Church' in : Morning devotions will begin ways before him; one that leads to the left that is broad and smooth

protest against segregation. AME where the crowd goes along, and which leads to destruction and
At St. Pail at 11:30 a* m. BYPU at 5 p. m.
}Allen founded the first African followed eventually into .hell-and the one that leads to the right which is
I by evening worship at
Methodist Episcopal Church in an k Y. 5:45 p. m. Choir and Usher Board narrow-rugged here and there-which leads to the mobile thingsof

old,abandoned blacksmith shop in I A fifty-voice choir will be presented 1 will serve at" each service. The life and eventually into heaven.
Pa. and named it in festival scheduled to fi >:$ The choice is to choose whatever
Philadelphia, I a f;.. th. pastor, the Rev. G. G. Webb, will yours, path you
Bethel.AME Church. He formed be held Monday evening, Feb. 18, :* deliver the sermons.Central wish. Your choice may bring you riches and
the first connectional AME I at 8 o'clock at St. Paul AME beauties of the mountains, as it did Abram, or it

Church in Philadelphia, in 1816: Church. 13th St. and.Myrtle Ave. r'b" may bring you danger and the pitfalls of the

and became its first bishop. I The program ,is under the direction plains, as it did Lot.
} CHE Plans
Today African Methodism has I of Miss Ida Mae Bingham, r.3u ,Lot's eyes were toward :Sodom long before his

a million members in America,I who lists ,the participants as St tent was. Notice the circumstances under which he

Africa, isles'of the sea, Carribean Stephen's AME Vesper'Choir No. .chose-he lifted 'up his eyes and beheld-not

area and other islands.'The same' 4, St. Paul Choirs No. 2 and No. GroupActivities ",saw," but "beheld"-which means he stood and

spirit expressed by Richard Allen 3 and the*Ada. Bracy; Choir of St. K ,$ gazed upon it and had time to consider his choice;

back in 1787 is the spirit of African Paul. The baby contest sponsored by he had time to ponder over the good times Sodom

Methodism today-the Fatherhood The program will consist of Stewardess Board 4 will terminate had to offer and to compare it with the loneliness of the hills. Thus,

ll of God and the Brother.hood hymns, Anthems, secular Spirituals -, DISTRICTS' CONTESTANTS' Willie Bell Toombs ,(left) and Friday, Feb. 8, at 8 p. m. in he became fascinated, lured, tempted and hypnotized. He became
of Man; and the spirit of full and humorous selections. Brenda Mannings (right), are vieing for honors in the contest.between the church auditorium.A entranced with temporal, transitory tinsel 'of the earth.
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religious and social equality. '>Jolt Mrs.''Thelma Belling of St. District and 5 of Jerusalem Baptist Church. SoU hside. spiritual tea will be spon- He should have said, like Job, "My steps hath turned out of the

Florida will join the great vanguard Stephens. and Miss Maggie Aaronof Willie Bell Toombs Is sponsored by District No. 5. led by Deacon sored by.Usher Board 2 Sunday, way, and mine heart walked' after mine eyes." Job 31:7. Where are

of African Methodism in St., Paul are. vieing for honors William Toombs, and Brenda is sponsored by .District No. 4, led by Feb. 10, from 4 to,6 p. m., in the your eyes? We should be very careful about the things upon whichwe

celebrating l:ounden' Day at Edward of "Queen of the Choir Festival." Deacon Welton Flynn. home of Mrs. Essie L. Barnett. feast our eyes. It is a dangerous thing to gaze at things that are

Waters College February 14 The.presidents, Mrs. Eartha Mc- t The c closes-Sunday.-February 10 3:00 p..nu and will be 921 Reiman Street. detrimental to us, because where our eyes roam our hearts will

and 15, when a program will be I Gowan of Vesper Choir: No 4 'of .climaxed by a,program held at the church. Stewardess Board 2 will? present follow. That is why merchants. spend so much money to make

dedicated to the founding fathers. I St. Stephen, 'MatthewDavis:. of Mrs. Edna H. Jackson in a recital things beautiful-so that they might catch your eye and get you

Edward Waters College 'is one of Choir!No. 2 of SL Paul, ,Miss ,Es- Hi. Zion Sunday, Feb. It), at 8:30: p. m. She interested enough to buy them.

the many schools supported'by telle, Williams of Ada Bracy of Fratemal Hates Society Will be assisted by Choir .2. Satan may cause the glory of the kingdoms to pass before our

the:';church that combines religious St. Paul, and Clarence Felder' of Choir 2 will sponsor a tea Feb. eyes, as he did before Jesus when He endured this powerful tempta-

:and academic training. Choir No. 3 of St Paul, are working GRAND UNION PALLBEARER To Give Program 17 from 4:00: to 6:00: p. m., in the tion in the wilderness 'that He might be in all points tempted like

President W. B. Stewart, the very: hard,with Miss Bingham Rev W. jiu. Robinson, Grand home of Mrs. Daisy Lee Wallace, we are," But, Christ compared the eternal glory of the Kingdom of

faculty and students will have with arrangements for the event President of the Grand Union 1318 Steele St. A program has Heaven with the transient, superficial glory of the kingdom of the

enlarge of the dedication program Pallbearers Lodge of the State of SundayEvening been planned for the occasion.Anniversary world. When He was 'called upon to choose between the things of

Feb 15. Plans and arrangementsare Florida, will speak at the St. Step- earth and the things of heaven, He chose to go through with the

.'being completed by the various :. Mahalia .Jacksop hens ,AME Church Wednesday A program will be sponsored at plan of salvation as it was set up-even though He knew He had

church groups., night February 13., at 8 p. m, Mt. Zion AME Church: Sunday, Set to' go through Gethsemane and die on calvary. He kept His eyeson
Dr. Harrison. Bryant Baltimore the and did not falter' let the temptations of Satan cause
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prize or
Feb. 10 the
To Appear Here Presidents of all lodges work- ,, during ,evening serv-
will deliver the Founders'Day Him to turn from the suffering and shame of the cross.
ice of
ing under this jurisdiction: and under the auspices the
: address. Program committee their members are asked to pleasebe 'MarY F. Handy Missionary So By CentralCroup When we are called upon to choose, may God help us to makea
chairman is Dr. James A. Roberts similar decision!
Miss Mahilia Jackson, of Chi present to make plans for the ciety.
'of St. Paul AME Church.Spring cago; IlL, will be presented in a Think'what-it cost Lot! It cost him all his inheritance. He wentto
Grand which will
Lodge convene The theme 'This Is Your Life,
benefit musical recital at the Du- in Gainesville in May. will honor the lat? Rev. Henry District 5 of Central Baptist Sodom, invested his money in property and places of business,
val County Armory soon, spon- Church has announced their 17th and when the city, was destroyed he lost everything.His .
Plus Mrs. Eloise Caine is the Allen Attaway, a former president -
Day sored by Happy Haven Home. Deputy anniversary celebration for Sun decision wrecked his home-his wife and children lost respect -
and Rev. G. W. Miller.is the of Edward Waters College.
The program is being' given in re- day, Feb. 10. for him because of lax living and the loss of manhood. A

upAcIiviie interest of this home for the aged, porter.AMARANTH'COURT. :An invitation has been extended The celebration will be held in woman wants a,man for a husband; not a pantywaist-a'man with-
.te. to members and friends to at- the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. James e-wiUiout direction.His .
.,. which is presently in need of out common a sense of
,;.; more room to accommodate the ONE tend the program.Abyssinia. McIver, 1665 Steele Street from decision ruined the purity of his children, who became en-
'Choir'No. 2 of Day Spring Bap- The Amaranth Court One enter-
% daily applications and for admit-. 4 to 6 p. m. tangled in the society of Sodom and'lot. all nationality and became
"ttstfChurch'will observe its anniversary -
A tained recently iIi the home of Mr.
Mrs. Florence J. Dixon
tance. Applications have been execu- homosexuals.
Feb. 18, at 8:30: p. m. in I and Mrs. Attrus Fleming, and
turned down because of limited I Baptist tive secretary of the A. L. Lewis His decision destroyed his wife, who was so raptly engrossedin
the auditorium of the church A
; Order of Eastern Star colors used
space, according to reports from Branch YWCA will be the speak Sodom until she would rather turn to a pillar of salt than to
special program has been ar- the' director. in decorations. Slates Activities er. She will be introduced by Mrs. leave the sin-ridden city-a city of easy living with a: society of non-

ranged for the occasion. This program is the first effort Members of the court assisted Mattie H. Jones."Spiritual resistance.
;i The Pulpit Aid Board will meet i
toward accomplishing the goal of Mrs. Fleming in her hostess duties Lot's decision nearly cost him his life, and would have done so
Sunday at 4 p. m. with Mrs. Cleo with Mrs. B. Williams District 5 of
Queen con- Abyssinia Baptist
erecting a 100-unit building.? had it not been for the prayers of Abraham.
Alkens,1121 E. Union Street, ducting social games, and Mrs. Church ,will sell dinners at the f all SlatedAt When you are about to make a choice in life, consider the course

;, The Willing Workers Club will Willie Lee Smith, Mrs. Clyde A. church Saturday, Feb. 9 begin- you take. Think the trouble, the misery, the contamination and

meet at 4 p. m. in the home of Heavenly Fires To Sing Powell, Mrs. Willie 'M. Shipp and ning at 11 'a.'m. Central Sunday the wickedness of,the world that Lot chose-and, when you make
Mrs: Alice Butler, 511 Jessie St.
Districts 28 and 30 will observe At First Born Temple- refreshments.Mrs. Annie L. Fleming serving At 12 noon,.District, will serve your decision, REMEMBER LOT'S WIFE REMEMBER LOT'S

their ,joint anniversaries Sunday dinners at the home of Mrs. Usher Board No. Two of Cen- CHOICE!
Other persons present include Sophia Cc'llington, 769 N. Lincoln ; tral CME Church is holding its
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at,3t p, m. at the church. A program The Heavenly Fire Gospel Singers -
; Mrs. Willie Mrs. Susie
Carrington, Court. Tea"
"Spiritual February
will. be rendered. will be presented in an after- .I Sunday,
will Cartledge. M r s. Wilhelmenia The male Chorus will meet for 10, from 4 to 6 p. m., in the home
BTU Department service Sunday night I
JThe program Skinner, Mrs. Virginia Burns, rehearsal at '7 of Mrs. Reuben Barnett,. 924 Rei- -sr $2.00
,its p m.
sponsor annual Valentine tea Feb. 10, at the First Born Temple; ErO
Mrs. Corrie Wilson .Mrs. Emma The Stanto- tusi-Cho will be man Street. :
February 17 at the church. 825 W. Monroe Street.
H.. Smith, .M 's. Deborah Byrd,
service The Rev. Mr.
presented in an after mu- Joseph Harper
District ,11 will observe its Mrs. Victoria Byrd is' the spon- FAST RADIO DISPATCH 'SERVICE
Mrs. Mercedes Kellman, Mrs. Se- sicial! will be the .
Sunday night Feb. principal speaker.All
homecoming 24 4 and is the program
February p. m., sor she soliciting support Mrs. ,
veria J*,Boles, Mary Bryant, I auxiliaries of the CALL EL 6-2049
church
In' 10, in the interest of the women'sdepartment
the. home of Mrs: N. R. Lowe, of the members of the church .
Mrs. Alice Conway, Mrs. Georgia and the invited to at-
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12.7' public are GUARANTEED SERVICE
Grothe Street. Mrs. Florita along with other music lovers.
Bryant; Tyrone Powell, James tend.
Smith will be guest speaker Elder A. Hill, pastor of the
Gordon Claude Samuel
Bryant,
I:Usher Board 2 will present its Temple is.host to the group.
Bryant, Mrs. Mable Potee, Mrs.
annual coffee hour March 10, at Regular Meeting Set
Evelyn Morgan, Mrs. Edna

4 ma,p. Livingston m. at the_YWCA., an instructor Mrs. Thel-at Norfolk Four To AppearIn Brown Helen ,Williams Mrs. Pearl Mrs.Carter Maud, Mrs.Minor By Baptist ,MinistersThe The "Florida Star" Offers

James Weldon Johnson Junior A Musical 1 RecitalUsher
Mrs. Luretha
Chapman, its
High School will be guest speaker.' 'Baptist Ministers Brotherhood -
:Board ,No. 3'of First Wilma Williams, Mrs' Eliza Rob- of Duval and adjacent counties FINANCIAL AID

Corinth Baptist Church will present inson, Mrs. Willie M. Thomas and will meet on Monday, Feb. 'II,
;tolling TortweA Mrs. Alberta J. William
: the NorfolkFour'in after
; an ''. C ,0 at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist w 'p
service program Sunday, february Church. To Churches
HtlMPTlY RELIEVE .
FINAL'TRIBUTE PAIDE.
10, at 8:30 p. m. al the church. Rev. A. B. Coleman will pre aS

doetort fomrala.-.aoothing antlaeftUo The Norfolk Four have a.'fine DOWNING view the Sunday School lesson _,

asao! promptly relieves the reputation as gospel singers and Officers and members of Amer- and Rev. E. H. Branch, secretary c ... Choirs Usher Boards
itching bcrnina of Skin Rashes they are coming to First Corinth ican Woodmen, Camp No. 36, met of .the Foreign Mission Board of :::,. ..
lam, Psoriasis, Ringworm: and endorsed other church at Mt. Zion AME Church last the
highly by National Baptist Conventionof
AWWt\r VSfRS tOP31M1 cct t&hiagoflrri to final to
Saturday
groups. pay respects America will give the order of Savings Clubs
: 1n1o Neighbor E.. A. Downing. ..
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the day. The public is invited to .. V
Mrs. Sadie Fadd is commander .
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Mt. Sinai Holy Church if No. hear this noted speaker. ,
Camp 36. The services will be held in the Garden Circles Etc.#
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ANNOUNCEMENTYour Sets 'Fellowship Meet main auditorium. Selections will -

.***,.. Improved Health In Leu Can Time be One of the important. religious PATRONIZEFlorida be rendered the city.by' Rev.choirs H. H.from Robinson -allover Investigate Today' How Your Church, Club or

We Combine Medicine with Phy- events 'of Sunday, February 10, is president of the organization -
siciathcrapy Correction Colon Hand.Irrigation and 'will be the meeting of the Pent StarAdvertisers and Rev. G. W. Miller is the Any Organized Group May Secure from $50 to $500

by costal Helping Hand Fellowship
We Treat: Blood Diseases, Kidney, repOrter.
Stomach and Bladder Ailments, which will be held at the Mt. To Carry Out Building Programs -:- Increase Treasuries '

Obesity, Nervous Disorders Neuritis Sinai Holy Church, located at 21st Sponsor Worthwhile ProjectsNo
Colds, Sinus, Sciatica High
and Abbott Streets. -
and tow Blood Pressure, General Mortgages -:- No Loans -:- No Strings
Disorders Male and Female Sex. The meeting which is scheduled
FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION 'FILL IN THE BLANK BELOWFlorida
Cartful and Effective Treatments for'3 p. m. will feature Elder M. ,
Hoars: 9 ...... to 5:30 p..... E. Stith, of Newark, N,,J. as guest -Star'- - -' ,
Wednesday to 1 .
p.m.Evenings
by Appointment speaker. Itas also announced 423 Broad Street :;:
that several other visiting mis- Jacksonville 1, Florida ,;z ;;. .
DR. PALMA. N.D.
sionaries_from the northern sec- GENTLEMEN: r ;r' l .. .(.

"817'PHONE't1.W. CHURCH 5-9119 STREET tion of the country,will be in attendance Each account isinered Kindly provide us with complete information. on bow .. .,.. c, ,':( ... ".':' .k ..'e) ,
Our liberalearntttgs .
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very CURRENT RATE ;{ '
:at the service.Ijcks.nviIle's i / ap to .-,
.. founded are:SemiAnnually cem i -:' $10.000 by the .. .. Name of.Church Cfab or Organization! .:!--,r'i,,'. .,t z v .' .;: : '"

on Saving '2 f1/t/0 Federal I Savings May secure aid. for its '.. ". .'- !-*. .
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... Saturday, February 9, 1957 THE FLORIDA STAR Paae..fln


I.t T( ,- Senate Struggles Over Civil Rights Legislation I-... .- .





.: 'Immediate Passage Of Civil Riffcls! Warrial, -Is Issued Eurcka-Lavilfa. Holds Reorganization I *.

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f: "., Bill Urged IB House By Sei Javils For White Man .Z *

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II i WASHINGTON Sen. Jacob K. Javits called on the House la Ripe of Girl *

Wednesday to pass civil -rights legislation .immediately and send it *
to the Senate for what he called a "decisive struggle."
, The New York Republican told LAKE WALES County *

'' a House Judiciary subcommitteehe broader' bill submitted by Celler. Judge-Chester M. Wiggins issueda

' believes the Senate will show Both bills would establish bipartisan warrant last Friday charging
r a Henry Bassinger, a 26yearoldwhite :
"the determination" .1pd -
necessary to civil rights commissionto IWe
worker with tt7
,
cannery
; push President Eisenhower's'pro- civil violations
investigate rights -
,
raping a Negro girl in his apart-
posal to passage despite a threatened create a civil rights division ,
Southern filibuster. within the Justice Department, ment. : :

If President ,Eisenhower put in anew strengthen voting rights and give Sheriff Haven Parrish identi- / h
;t bid for the bill at his news the government authority to start fied Gran Begley, 38 and Dean ", -- _
t conference. He said he would civil suits to prevent civil rights Bowling. 17, two'other white men
n .. leave the "timing" of the bill to violations. who.had been living at the same : 49

'i Congress but that he wanted a apartment as the men who have *
Javits was among lawmakers tip of the Pepsi Cap' to
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been arrested of
** on charges help-
" measure of the "character" he r ,.
;'I asked. who appeared before the ing compound a felony by offer- e .outstanding, who make you our

l House. subcommittee.. ing the girl's:parents $100 bribe and our community
He said the "is nothing -
program
% i that is inimical to'the interests Rep.. Robert W. Hemphill (D- not to press charges. place In which to lite.

I of anyone., It is intended to S.C.) said the civil rights legisla- Parrish said t further that a

preserve rights without arousing tion would only "arouse _hatreds"in third'man has been questioned in *

I passions, and without disturbingthe the South. "I ask you to leaveus the case but no charges had been .
alone," he said. filed him. The.Sheriff and .
rights of anybody else. I think against
it is a very decent and very"need- Rep. Pall Brown (D-Ga::)' said State Attorney Robert Huffaker *
ful piece of legislation civil rights "abuses" have ,been said the girl was. a senior high P. ______.__. m.p_ *
''I exaggerated. Allegations that Negroes school, student and had worked READY FOR ACTION Members and newly elected officers of the Eureka-Larilla
Rep.. Emanuel Celler D-NY
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have been denied the rightto i I for Begley,. a disabled veteran. which met recently to elect officers and reorganize the club so that inactive members : *
chairman of the House
subcommittee
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. vote "have not' been substantiated -!I functioning with the organization are shown here. In the front row from left are: Miss Pearl *
said hearings will be ex 'Bassinger went to the girl'shome
," he said. E. A. Groomes, referee; Julius Ctuinyard, vice president; Emmett Reed business manager
tended beyond the original dead- to get her to clean his I *
r line., They will be held at least Rep. Adam Clayton Powell Jr. apartment while he was at work. I,II Emma Holly. ,' _
Second row.left to right: Miss Retha ,Jones, Miss Cora Lee Johnson. Miss Claudell
(D-NY) said an' attempt to keep *
two days next week he added. He drove the girl to the apart-
: Miss Betty Smith Miss Ruth Smith, Mrs. Sally Bryant. Miss Emma L. Munroe financial '
from voting'in Macon
Negroes
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (NY), ment and went in with her When *
top Republican on the group, said County, Ala., is depriving even they were inside, Bassinger pro- Miss Josephine Troy, recording secretary and Miss Laila Gray. I
Third row,,left to right: Willie Smith. Henry L. Daniels. William Jones. 'T"l
white citizens of the right to vote Ulysses
there was "no reason" for delay.' duced a pistol' and told her to : *
Walker, treasurer:' Manton Maple Frank Priestly president, and Rufus Fletcher.
because the' county hasn't had
The subcommittee would "be here undress. She did' as she was told .
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.until Christmas" if it yielded to registrars for more than a year. and the man raped her three T u.

all requests it has received from "As long as we keep Americans times the girl told, officers. About Young' Adult Department Schedules Tennis Club ALBCBT1E ALEXI!$ *

Southerners' to testify at some from voting, that puts us in the dusk she said she broke .away Blocker Junior *
later time. same category as' the Soviet and.ran out the back door,. wearing High. School
The subcommittee is consider- Union" Congressman Powell said. only a dress. She told .herparents Classes At A. L. Lewis Branch Y Election Pepsi-Bottling Cola dealers Co. *

ing 45 bills, but it is chiefly interested what had happened.whenshe I Alexis this Albertie week of to *

'in Eisenhower's four- reached home and they reported -I I The A. L Lewis Branch YWCA announces the class schedule The Eureka-Lavilla class,Committee chairman'of of .. ..
Advertisers
Patronize Star
point civil rights program and a it to authorities. I for the winter. All classes will begin the week of February 4 and Club met in the ,School secretary, assistant of her

extend for seven weeks through the week of March 18. Areatha Jones 1485 deans office and a *..
3 of Second Bap-
''Registration for all classes is now open. All persons desiring to I Wednesday, Jan. 20, .
register for classes will apply at the YWCA, 582 W. 8th Street. Mrs.
( .J'- Your Old Wooden Structure I election of officers. I
*
Lois Hill will be available for registration 9:00 a. m. to 5:00: p. m. The following *

in the Young Adult office upstairs. Classes are listed below. elected: Frank : ,.
l' OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING ''
dent Julius
BRIDGE
; Guinyard,

CAN NOW'BE CONVERTED There will be' two classes in Social l Activities SetAt dent; Miss Josephine
Bridge ,available. On Tuesday cording'and
> evening at 7:30: Mrs. Warren W. tary; Mrs. Ruth_ Smith
Junior
; -! JWJ High i
Into A Beautiful Brick Home Schell Jr. will teach .Bridge for secretary; Charlie

beginners and, intermediates. On urer; Emmett N. Reed
.
(t Red Brick -:- Egg Shell White -:- Buff Wednesday mornings at 11:00 James. Weldon Johnson Junior ness manager and :w '.F P

! Here Is Actual Proof -. Before Bricking .Mrs:,Joseph McCray will 'conduct High School will celebrate Foun- met Groomes referee, ... ,if, "
' a closs, also "for* oeginners and ders' Day Sunday, Feb. 10, from Smith chaplain. ', "
!' rP intermediates. Both 'instructorsare 4 to 6 p. rru, with a Mexican The club will meet Floors'x '

r widely known Bridge players "Fiesta Tea" scheduled to be held month in the library of ..... ''.< .,...,','I"
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l ':+A, .( and capable instructors. There in the school's library. Recreation Center. The ";>"'.:'
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i' 1 ,1 will lectures and supervised play The tea is being sponsored by first Wednesday at' 8 .:;. ,.._"..." ., '- :..::: ,.

during each class period. the JWJ Parent-Teacher Association third Sunday' at, 5 p. RONALD BALL
CHARM and will feature the theme, members will be New Stanton Senior
High School
f. The course in Charm will give "South of the Border." The Mexi- meetings. Ronald is a member of the

r pointers on hair styling, choice can setting will be emphasized senior student.class His and extracurricular an honor-
and use, of cosmetics, figure control through vivid Spanish decorationsand activities Include
f Car in the mathe-
Sleeping membership
how to dress and present costumes, followed by a real- matics club and the Blue

I yourself to your best advantage.Mrs. istic Spanish program. The band, To Hear A. an cert Devils bands.Marching He is and co-cap Con-
Ira Mae .Mclvcr, beautician glee club and creative dance tain of the band and is a
member of St. Stephen
Mrs. Nelson Spaulding, Modiste groups will participate on the pro- Floors'A AME Church.
A mammoth mass
and Mrs. Claude Hilliard will con- gram.A be held Wednesday '*
duct the class Monday. eve- Mexican "Costume Ball" will
at 8:00: p. m. at the
3C nings, 7:30. be held for students Monday, Feb. Methodist Church *

7 CRAFTS 11, 7:30 p.nu, in the school's gym- and Clay Streets, Rev. *
This class will provide the opportunity torium. Prizes will'be awarded "
ley, Pastor. Subject: .J *
to make useful attrac- students wearing the most unique G ,
The Same Home After Bricking tive articles for home or personaluse. costumes.A Negro and Civil e A.y *
The speakers who \\
The class will consist of three nominal fee will be chargedfor on this program will *

.. kinds of craft; crocheting taughtby this affair, which will end theuFounders' Randolph In'
w 'vt Mrs. Clementine Washington; Day" celebration. Brotherhood of *
basket-weaving, taught by Mrs. F.
Coronation-Valentine_ Dance ters Vice President ; *
W. Ervin, Jr.;and copperenameling 1
taught by Mrs. Lois W. Hill. The Hi-Y Club of James Wel- Mr. P. Webster, ;: *

The class will meet at 7:30 on don Johnson Junior High School Civil Rights .
Wednesday evenings., will present its annual Corona- CIO; Bishop D. y *
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DANCING tion-Valentine Ball Friday eve- Bishop of the 11th *

There will be a class in social ning, Feb. 8, 7:30 p. m. in theschool's AME Church; B. F. JEAN- RANDALL
Intt Field Organizer, *
gymtorium.
to
dancing for adults. A chance Weldon Johnson
learn the popular ball-room Lovely, 'young Dorothy Nixonof of Sleeping Car Porters High School *
the 9-10 will be The public is
__ dances. Class is informative and class officially Is a member of the *
loads of.fun. Miss Dorothy Jones crowned "Miss Hi-Y of 1957" dur- to speakers attend are this well She and is vice an presi honor, {
will instruct the' class on Friday ing coronation ceremonies. Her attendants her homeroom and .*
evenings. will be Harriet Carter of. conditions of the Negro ,. of the Photo- I
will Club. She is affill- *
BALLET-TAP. CLASSES the 8-2 class and Sandra Milton of ica today..Iusic be the New Hope I
Church and a Jun
the Edward
by
FOR CHILDREN the 7-8 class. Loretta Young lastyear's School tea her. .*
Choral, Group. i
Classes meet on Saturday morn- queen, will place the crownon t.
This meeting is
ings at 10 and 11 for an indefinite I Dorothy's head. .
spices of the *
period. Mrs. Alice Heggen.,a bal-! Mr. Arthur C. Madry is princi- Brotherhood of
let and tap specialist is the instructor -' pal at James Weldon Johnson and :. -- -

: Mr. John H. Jackson and Mr. Andrew ters.Samuel Harper is .. from Pepsi
#' Mrs. Heggeiu will instruct a A. Robinson are coadvisorsto to these three Merit
the local union and A.
class for adults.by request. the Ifi-Y clubs. winners!
BRICKING ELIMINATES COST OF UPKEEP INSULATES' YOUR: :HOME secretary-treasurer. Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

salutations en Pepsi Cola
Warmer In Winter --:- Cooler In Summer. tering and voting. FLORIDA TTEN-TIME, WRHC, 1400
A.:
COSTS ,LESS THAN PAINTING Rev. R. Rug The Rev. Mr. King was wel- on 10:45 year to 11 dial 45, A.M.Saturdays
.. comed back to the city by a host IN EVERY
Returns To Cily of friends and members of his
I L I NO MONEY DOWN I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTSFOR I former church. COLORED

The Rev. RayinondvAustin King

FREE'. ESTIMATES CALL has returned. to Jacksonville to

-: continue his ministerial. career. fee .Pr_ f. Ritz Theatre I
: PHONE EL 45863v He is the Presiding Elder of the .5 5 1

( ,,. North Jacksonville District of the
FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8 -12. (
AME Church and has come'back
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of 4 ." "ROCK PRETTY BABY" !
WILLARD CONSTRUCTION CO. after an absence. % years. '
During :his absence from Jacksonville a ..adit I
,,;, he served.as Presiding I Ii i
SPECIALIZING IN INSULATED SIDING .NEW EXCITING COLOR :BLENDS Elder of'the Philadelphia Districtin 'THE KILLERS" f

the Philadelphia.Conference of -
BUIlT ALL IYPESREMODfUNG the, AME Church which is the MIDNIGHT RAMBLE SATURDAY NIGHT ADVANCE Peps 'Cola,, ,,
NEW HOMES
I I oldest district,in African Methodism : "THE GIRL CANT HELP';IT"t Deakrs of

L.ATEOWCOST ". AT REASONABLE, RATES -. -.... With. JackseavilW ,i
The .Jacksonville District Fats Domino lirtlo Richard Tin Flatters and Many J ii i!
program as outlined by Rev. REGULAR SHOWING STARTS WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY
: FIICES. CANT BE BEAT "Relax In Fireproof Safety on Concrete
CALL US AND BE CONVIKCED.oua: King. is to sponsor religion, education : BeCrosh without IDling bar n Pepsi
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: :.. '- ': Putnam County News Important Figures Ira Annual Clinic: I B-CC: Seniors Make Local Artist To ApearOn

i < Final. Appearance In ,- Program At FAMU

,' .... Choir Concert Band
':... .y \. ; TALLAHASSEE The Rev.
'
.- -to BY E. J. VREEN Joseph Patterson will deliver the
,
f .. 608 Madison Street Pa&tica, Florida .k.. Bethune-Cookman College Choir
", .' '7:' : 1k: T_ 70th annual Founders Day message -
':o. .
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: .,. 5.3025', : ;
,;>"" .' -.... <,4 '. Phone East ) .. i. ; ___ and Concert Band was scheduledto and Mrs. Lillian T. Robinsonwill
: _
: : .fJ Auditoriumlast
J ; ... i appear in Peabody be heard in an organ recital

; A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK. Thursday.Miss during the observance of Founders

esteem.Buckingham ; F Z Bertha Jackson,, sopranoof Week at Florida A & M University
"All true love is grounded. on FJ '
S xcl Miami; Miss Padrica Mendez, on March 8-10.

Last week we invited Mrs. Pearl Wilson one.of Palaika's popu }+ a '" ro.: soprano of Jacksonville; and George W. Conoly, chairman of

.1 lar beauticians, to be our guest at the movies. She claimed her passes '''*h..... yypyJ + .., Roosevelt Williams, tenor of St. the Founders Day Committee,

last night. I I Petersburg, all seniors in the Department
Sunday
Building
said that the new classroom
Now, before we send out another : ; of Music, were to make the university high school

invitation we have a cor fume his practice here Thursday,, their final appearance at tap structure and the little theatre

rection: Miss Francis Francis Williams February 14. q event as they are scheduled to will be dedicated during founders

"' was our guest two weeks. f graduate in May. week.

ago instead of Miss F Mrs. Ruth Walker spent last They have unusual talents' and The Rev. Joseph Patterson is a
Brown. her + each plans to pursue a concert
week in Hawthorne with s.- 4 graduate of Florida A and M,
.. career. Miss Mendez plans to attend
I daughter. Class of 1940, received the Masterof
the Julliard School of Music;
This week we extend an invila- Y Arts degree from Columbia
Mr. Williams, Boston .Conservatory -
Hon fire miles across the river to I The combined P-TAs of Central] FAM-U CLINICIANS The three men above -one of whom Jack White, is a graduate of Florida and Miss Jackson, ,Oberlin University, and now is a candi-
<
a young lady who buys a copy of I Academy schools will present A & M University will play key roles in the 28th annual meeting and 31st annual clinic of the University School of Music.. date for the doctorate degree from

t 'the Florida Star when she buys i their first annual musical in the Florida A & M University Clinical Association which will be held February 1214. They are left to They were heard in leading Columbia. He is pastor of Wentz

her groceries. I have not known I cafe rium Friday night Feb. 15 right John B. Johnson M. D.. head department of medicine Howard University School of Medicine: Memorial Congregational Church
in the annual concert
parts -
.sponsored
her very long, but I have known I at 8'p. m. Miss Meldonia Mullen. Dr. Jack White, assistant professor of,, surgery and director of the cancer research project at/Howard by the United Council of and a member of the faculty of
.
her husband through the yearn chairman .stoles that same outstanding University and Noah R. Calhoun D.D.S.. chief dental service and oral surgeon. Veterans Administration Church Women and the Halifax Winston-Salem Teachers College,

If you want to catch fish. let him talent' will be presented Hospital Tuskegee Alabama Ministerial Association.. Winston-Salem, N. C.

take you out! This young lady'has on the program. ,Proceeds from ... I I Mrs. Lillian Robinson completed
and I-am musical will be used to defray \
a pleasing personality the her undergraduate work at

sure the knows this is meant for expenses of the local delegation to i Fernandina Beach Williston BETHUNE PUBLISHES Press Workshop To Be Fam-U in 1939 and received the

":. her. the Stale P-TA Convention which Master of Arts degree from Fisk

will convene In Daytona Beach. SUWANEE SOCIAL CLUB NEW HOPE BAPTIST CHURCH ACTIVITY CALENDARDAYTONA "Biggest And Best" University in 1940. She is organistat

21 through Feb Mrs. C. E. Sams will,be hostessto
Florida February the New Stanton High Schoolin
funeral of Miss Estelle ELECTS OFFICERS
The Charles Smith
ruary'23. Patron tickets are being a tea, scheduled to be held in BEACH Bethune Says Jacksonville.
Grumsley was held in Bethel handled by'members of the'P-TA.i The Suwanee Social Club met her ,home Sunday, Feb. 17, from Cookman College has made pub-

AME Church, San Mateo, Sunday recently in the home of Mr. and 4 to,6 p. m.The tea is being sponsored lic the 'following calendar of TALLAHASSEE "The Tall

afternoon. The deceased passed The many friends of Mr. and I Mrs. A. Decatur, 730 South 11th by the Missionary Societyof events for the second semester: Man," a film produced by Time Graduate SchoolRegistration
in the Harlem
away January 24th, Street and elected officers for ,
to New Hope Baptist Church. Incorporated which "tells thestory"
Williams glad
Ben
Mrs. were ,
Hospital New York City, after a I Saturday, Feb. 9, Race Rela-.
: see 'ahem at church last Sunday., 1957. Mrs. Ruth Prince, presidentof SC of a feature which appeared SetAt

'-. brief illness. She was a native of They have been ill for several I the club, presided over the Mrs. ,Gussie E. Power of North tions Day celebration. ,. in Life magazine last October,

San Mateo, but had'resided in weeks. '-: meeting. AdamS', Mass. and Andy Williams Monday, Feb. 18-23 ReligiousEmphasis will be shown to participants in FAMU February 9
*New York for several years. The New officers are as follows: Week.Thursd&y .
Palm
of West Beach were recent the seventh annual Florida A &

funeral was under the direction of Mrs. Ruth Prince. president; Randolph guests of' Mr.',and Mrs. ,Rayman, March 7, Mrs. Harriet M University interscholastic press TALLAHASSEE Registration -

't- the E. W Lawson and Sons funeral Isham, vice president; Mrs. Strong. Emerson, violinist in recital. workshop which will be held on, for the, graduate school of

home. Survivors include host two I WOBSPROGRAM I Vera Tyson, chaplain; Mrs. Lottie *' ** Wednesday, March 20, annual February 28-March 12. Florida A & M University will be *

brothers, three sisters and a SCHEDULE Williams-, secretary; Mrs. Mamie The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Morris meeting of the Board of Trustees. The film which is being made held Saturday, February 9, in addition
relatives and friends.,
of I Decatur, assistant secretary; Miss have moved into their new home, Friday and Saturday, March 29-: available by,the,education department to the regular registrationfor
I
MONDA Y-FRlD'AY SCHEDULE Cora Davis, miscellaneous treas- located in 'the Pinehurst sub- 30, Annual State High School of Time Incorporated has the University which was

,Friends of Miss Helen Thomas (:00-::02-. C:05 6:02 News Sign On& Weather urer; Mrs. Mamie Decatur, treasurer division. Spelling' Bee. been ,shown at high schools, colleges scheduled for.February 4-6.

__ ,will be glad to know that! she is 6:057:00 lleayen'1 Grace) Road (Deacon ; Mrs. Genevieve Stays' sick Friday, April 12, Easter Concert and universities throughout In announcing the additionalday

up and out again after being ill! 7:007:03 Newt & Weather committee chairman and treasurer by College Choir. the' coufttry. Students who were for graduate students, Dr. L.

for the past four weeks. 7:03:00 Moraine Hudson) Capers ('Bob ; Mrs. Lila Tyson, sick com Yulee, enrolled" in Journalism 301- J. Shaw, director of the graduating -

,.8:008.03: News A Weather mittee secretary and Alex Deca- Friday and Saturday, April 12 Teaching of Journalism in the school (acting), sid that
8:03- ,:00 Morning Capers (Bob Annual School
and 13
High Typ-
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tur, business,manager.Lake BRYANT ACADEMY TO High School and Journalism 201- students only register be-
McLeod may
Mrand Mrs. Roger .:eo. ,:0311:0Weather: ing and Shorthand contest.
were called to Sanford last weekto 9:03-10:00, Jumpln' Show (Johnny PRESENT DARNELL- Introduction' to Journalism-during tween the hours of8 a. m. to 12
Shaw) COOKMAN BAND Sunday, May 5, Stanton High the semester ,at Fam-U
attend the funeral of Mr. Mc- past noon on Saturday, February 9.
10:00-10:03 News ft Weather
1 Deacon City The Darnell-Cookman Band of School Concert Band in concert. saw the film in November and
Leod's sister, ,Mrs. Bessie Martin. 10:03-11:00,. Gospel Train, No. ( .
11:00-11:03 News Grace)&; Weather Jacksonville will be presentedInthe Monday, May 6, Spring Concertby I praised it highly. GETnNG UP NIGHTSIt

Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Osgood. Jr.. 11:03-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon HOPE ,HENRY AME CHURCHThe PeckJJigh School GymnasiumFeb. College choir., I Plans for the annual confab_ are

and their two small daughters -00-12.05: Local Grace)News (Yvonne Rev. W. P. Jenkins, pre 13; 8"p.:hi!, Sponsored by' the Wednesday May 8,FacultY Recital rapidly being finalized, according ,ting worried Up Night by "Bladder or Bed Wetting Weakness"too(O frequent .t--
Daniels) Academy School. to Charles J. Smith III founder- burning or netting urination) or
Bryant
,
Lake District .
(Carroll Ann and Judy) spent avery lO -IZIS Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) siding elder of the City I Strong Smelling Cloudy Urine due to
Dade 1%:1S- 1:00 Noontime Tunetlme AME Church, conducted the The band, Which is under the director, who said that from all common Kidney and Bladder lrritatlona,
vacation in Friday, May 10, Spring Concertby
pleasant (Yvonne Das ) try CYSTEX for quick belp. 10 years UM
last week with Mrs. Osgood's -..:00. 1:03 News & wee second quarterly conference in direction of John H. Bolden, was College Ban indications this year's event will prove safety for young and old. Ask druggist -
City CYSTEX under money-back -
for
1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Hope Henry AME Church recent organized in 1953. It is the first be "the biggest and best yet." See bow fat you improve guarantee

mother.Mr. 2:002:03 News Grace)& Weather'' ly elementary band in the State of Friday, May 17, Annual High. .__. __._.n_____ _,_ ,
2:03SUM. Gospel Train No 2 (Deacon School Career Day. .
and Mrs. James Grumsley Grace) The regular order of servicewas Florida..to becoma a member of ;:
3:003:03 News & Weather' Sunday, May 26, Baccalaureate
the Florida Association of Bands.
)pave as their guests Mr. and Mrs. 3:034:00< ampin Show (Johnny held Sunday, beginning with Exercises.
Hamilton of New Jersey and Shaw) the, Sunday School. The Rev..Mr. r
Weather
4:004:03< < News & Melvin Grace
Mrs, Anetta Rice. 4:035:00: Jnmpln Show (Johnny Jenkins reviewed the lesson. PATRONIZE Monday, May 27, COmmencement -

5OO5:03New.Shaw)&. Weather .. The Rev. B. W., Waldo, pastor, Advertisers Exercises at 10 a. m.

The many friends of Mrs. Ethel -5:033:45, Jumpln1 Shaw) Show (Johnny conducted the devotion at 11 a. m. Summer School will begin June

Bellamy will be glad to .know SATURDAY SCHEDULE- and the presiding. elder preachedthe Florida,, Star 10. s AND -
6:006:02 Sin On '
that she is convalescing in her 6:026:05 News & Weather sermon. One person'joinedthe

.home after being ill, for several 6:057:00 7:007:03 Heaven's News Weather Road church. I THE DEACON

days. 7:038:00 Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob Officers elected for the confer! You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
Mrs. Essie Mae Owens,
8:008:03 News & Weather ence were: ,
calledto 8:039:00 Morning Capers (.Bob secretary Mrs. Louise Reynolds,!
Mrs. Bertha Spells was Hudson) ; GUIDING YOUR WAY
,Miami two weeks ago to the 9:009:03 News &. Weather reporter and Earlie Tunsil, mar LOW PRICESOn
Show Johnny
943-10.00: ampin (
-t bedside of her brother who is Shaw) shal.Visitors
1000.1003: News ft Weather present were Mrs. Lula
ill. 10:00
gravely 12:00 A.M.
10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne to
Daniels) Kicklighter, Mrs. Pinkye Ross, Your

Mr. Brown and his son, Eddie, 11:03-12:00 11:00.11:03 News Gospel&Train Weather No. 1 (Yvonne and Leonard Reynolds. I 1:00 3:00 P.M.

were called to Orlando last Sunday 12:00-12:05 Local Daniels News) (Yvonne DRUG STORE HEEDS to

'- to attend the funeral of Mr.Brown's Daniels)
12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Teacher Charged thru
Monday
nephew.Mr. .- 12:151:00 Noontime Tunetlme Saturday
.1
(Yvonne Daniels) Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
1:001:03 News A Weather
'e and Mrs. T. R. Lawson ac- 1:032:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne With Contempt In OVERJACKSONVILLE'S I.

companied, their daughter, Mary 2:002:03 News Daniels&) Weather We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn

Jane, back to Florida A. & M. 2:033:00 Saturday Session, (Johnny ConriTALLAHASSEE
Shaw) County Your Local PapersWOOD'S
University Tuesday. She is a student 3:00-3:03 News Weather -
3434:00 Saturday Session- (Johnny --'WOBS.-
there. Shaw)
I <440-<: 443 News & Weather -Judge JamesC.
<443540 Saturday Session (Johnny DIXIE PHARMACY
.1' Mr. Robert Allen returned to Shaw)- .. Gwynn was asked by County ..

-Florida A. & M. University aftera 5:03-540543 5:45 News Saturday* Weather Session (Johnny Prosecuting Attorney to cite a 1302 KINGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE ONLY ALL NEGRO
few days visit with his parents.He Shaw) Florida A & M instructor for con-
SUNDAY SCHEDULE PHONES, EL 3-5397-98
was accompanied by Mr. Mar- 6:00642 Sign On tempt of court when- she was accused W. Deliver We Alto Fill AH Doctc,,' PrticrfptJoJu PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Conn. 42645 News ft Weather of lying in a ounty Court
Yin Holloway of Bridgeport 645740 Heaven's Road (Deacon '

..who Is a senior at the university.Dr. '.,:03 News Grace)ft Weather case.The PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE 1310 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL

743730 Heaven's Road (Deacon accusation was made BILLS AT OUR STORE -
J. A. Long left Thursday for Grace) against Mrs. Tomi Tinsley Plum -
7:308:00 Latlmore Gospel Singers ..,--, .... --
Cleveland. Ohio, where he is at. (Live Gospel Singing) ber during a hearing on a case in 1 :: t : :
.::00--8:30 Healing Waters Oral
'tending the National Medical As- Roberts) which she was charged with driv-
8:30940 Jax Revival Center (Rev. ing while intoxicated. The judge J
sociation's Executive Board meet Eunice .
Riley) HEY
ing.The popular Putnam County 940-1040 Bishop. C. Johnson ruled her innocent of driving JUST i TD' GOSH I
of 1040-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers while intoxicated, but guilty of TUB> NAT1ohBREEZY-/At. OR
medic will be the speaker ,the (Live Gospel Singing) SOCIETYII
i.
house of delegates and'on his re- 1430-10:45 Temple Herbert)of God (Rev. W. B. reckless driving. 7 p

:turn hewill attend the State I 11:45-1140- Heaven's Road (Deacon Attorney Clinton Ashmore the { BUT FlkST'

Clinic at Tallahassee. He will re- 1140-1143 News Grace)ft Weather prosecuting attorney, said she i
11:03-1240 Heaven's Road (Deacon testified she had never been convicted
Grace)
1940-1243 News 'ft Weather on a similar charge before.

COLI SIFFEIEIS:i 1243140, Heaven's Daniels) Road, (Yvonne After checking Court records, ;

140-143' News ft' Weathel131:30 : Ashmore said he found she had
Beave s Road (Yvonne
Gt STAN BACK. tablets or powders. Daniels) been convicted of reckless driving.PoKtks .
for relief of COLD DISCOMFORTS., 1:30240 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church '. ..
The S T A N R A C K preuriptiee type _" (afeo. Dallas Graham) :- .
240340_) Gospel Review .
formula is ..comtlnaUon of pain roMoving
(LIes'Gosel; Singing) ,
that work together As Usual -
1".red..nt 340440.God's Holy Shrine (Mother ,
for FASTER RELIEF .f HEADACHE, Rosa Woods) .
"
.,NEURALGIA and ACHING' MUSCLES; -'StO'Church of God In'Christ "
,. also RE- Elder Charles Beck.
due U co STANBACK
Continued from 2))
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DUCE FEVER. SNAP BACK with 540543 News ft Weather .- '
5435:45 Heaven's Road (Yvonne. 5 HOESHINE BOY! ,
Hawkins P.Y.yEPAKY
STAN4ACK. Daniels)' to, gain admission to BREFZYM'I.AD YDVRESUMCH ta.w iGkv.

Florida State University; and F'GLi5118G9f'
.- about.white FSU students supportof 8 Wf1KfEDa .

r IEIDSIIE For Prompt Negroes' fight for equal' bus AJr'D 14Ell.' Tl (+THE14rW5v aRl1SF1 i

Delivery Call seating accommodations.

,It is strange that committee Y .
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VICTORY FUEL is so anxious to know about the an aNp exrwtirrr al

NAACP financing the lawsuits to lllr
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I LEXINGTON, Ky. For the
first time in the' history-of Kentucky -
Negro high schools will
r compete in the tournament trail
, leading to the state high school


I'E i National Golf 'Figures- ",Invited- To.The :Gate City Open year.basketball membership Seven Negro championship in schools the which Kentucky this hold


High School Athletic Associationhave
notified Commissioner Ted

r i Noted' Golfers SckwliW To Play : [ UP Hank Aaroi Asks Walker Plais for Sanford district that tournaments they have qualified which


iI IB Gate Golf For Hike To Eiler Cily'sHaskelhall .will be played. \
I Cily Open Salary Among the seven schools are
= two of the state's strongest school-
LeagueWalker's boy clubs, Louisville Central and
The third Annual $3,009 Gate City Gold : ', who manages MOBILE, Ala. The hard-
Covington Grant Central 49
for February 2124 on the Breatwood Municipal Golf coUu. man who re hitting Milwaukee Braves out- won
Vocational and Com"mercial consecutive games before losing
( to draw of the .nation's figures in. self Eddie Machen in .
lop
peeled some fielder and last season's National
58-57
t is College basketball team to Grant The victory wasGrmt's
to response to invitations issued. y not through League batting champion, Henry
,4 will enter the city-wide Senior 13th, straight this season.
Joe Louis, former: heavyweight : s there, is still a Aaron, said he plans to ask for a
a I .in Maxim Adult basketball league, sponsored Central had won 7? of 78 games
boxing champion and one of the 22, the ,amateurs will : and $30,000 to $34,000() salary this season by the City Recreation Department over a three-year period.
best amateurs In the game; Char- field to play' .18 holes of in short to get which will "about double"his ,: -' .

les Sifford of Philadelphia, top- play for thepurpose of : 1956 salary. At the present time, Walker's
ranking professional player who Scores will be tabulated ( ) JACK- College is about to bring to a close ,
Woodriff Reveals
Aaron who last bat-
for the past several weeks has The I qualifying score will ,boxer. 'who won year's its first
of major athletic ac-
been participating in a series of : 'driving a car that ting crown with an, average of year
basis for flight pairings. .
.328 turned 23 Feb. 5th. He said tivity in recent years.During
Coast for-driving with How
tournaments 'on the West The professionals will InlegratitB
he has talked with the past season, the
John ,
(specifically in the Los Angeles, late in the morning for ; license was clear Quinn
team competed with of the
and Mexico area) and Zeke of A cash license by City vice president of the Braves, over some
; 18 holes play. teams from some of the leading Problem Hirls
contract but have not
Hartsfield of New York who : E. Piccolo. terms they
City medal :
willgo to the low
junior colleges in the South and
reached
has participated in every tournament -.for'theiirst.day with a Thomas Schet- an agreementThe
did of
a good job representing the
held in Jacksonville for the point that Jack- TAMPA-It has been revealedby
the low amateur. The 23-year-old flychaser said schooL Even though the team did
past eleven years, are among the players will'tee off at his license he "figured" he had earned a big. not win a game, it demonstratedthat Coach Bob Woodruff of the
t persons who will participate in order 'to keep play when it was, ap increase on the basis of his'record' the boys are ready and will- University of Florida that the
the tournament. rapid,pace. through .a fake last year, which included 200 hits ing to compete with the best in "integration problem" has prohibited -
: Sam Woodson, Columbia, S. C.; Many* local' players are (he was the only National Lea- their class. Florida from prying;
r Ralph Alexander, Charlotte, N. advantage of the<< fourth-- guer to reach that figure) and the Mr. C H. Hargraves, presidentof I many teams that "we would like
I C.; Harold Delegall, Savannah, ther to play both will fight league's lead in doubles. 'the,school, must be'commend- to .play. I
Georgia; Wilson :McDonald West i courses and the nifty new iIi.Louisville, Ky. ed for*the splendid work that he Woodruff, who is also ,athletic
t Palm Beach, Fla; Herbert Dixon Golf course in order to : televised Aaron expressed his opinion has done in trying to develop an director,.made the statement during -
and Richard Lewis of' Barlow, their games and be in scheduled to that he thought terms could be athletic ,an informal question and an- '
Fla.; Leroy.Ash, Tallahassee Fla.; for the, tournament.J. ,.but an eye ail reached with the Braves without Julius program.Guinyard, coach, /stated" swer session, at a'meeting of 'the
Teddy.Rhodes, Chicago, I1L;,and C. ftutchins is by. Holman 'post any: trouble. that the team will develop into university's Hillsborough County
Howard Wheeler, .Philadelphia, Gate City open ; one of the top junior college Alumni Association.

Pa. are others who will partici- which is'set up so as' to .veteran Hodges and Pee Wee Reese, who teams in another year. Many of 'He was asked if Florida had a
pate.The local charities any of:the Jackson- will come close to the $35,000 and the players did not return to "home and home" schedule with
amateurs.from.out of town from the event, Other : been given his plus mark each; Carl Furillo at school after the holidays, and UCLA, the Gator's opening game
I expected golf officials are: Joseph time'' Zabala was $27,000; Don Newcombe and Sal some had never played basketball opponent next ''season Woodruffsaid
f to be present are Cliff ford, Clarence Jefferson "- among 'the Maglie at $30.000 each: Clem.,La- until they entered Walker's Col- "No, we .haven't.. And we
Brown, Cleveland, Ohio, defending Pierce, James Pierce,' J. staff and then he bine. $25,000: Carl Erskine. $22.-? lege. The average age of the team won't until this integration problem
amateur, champion; Richard AI C. Joyner C. C. with the New 000, and Junior Gilliam at 19000. is seventeen is settled." ':
Clay, Albany, Ga.; Willie Wynn, Mrs. Mildred Redding ,came back to the Somewhere in these brackets are The three leading scorers for.
Teddy Grimes, J. B. Malone, and Burris. and George Harris -the chief re Charley NeaL Ransom Jackson. the team are: George Williams,'. PATRONIZE
Othello Renfro all from Atlanta appeared in many Don Zimmer. Don Bessent. Roger 14.6; W; L. Fields, 13.2. and,
R i Ga;..Dr. W. O. Bunch Lakeland; ;last summer Craig"Ed_Roebuck and others, on Charles Smith, 11 points per Advertisers
? Dr. J. P. Ervin, Tampa; Caoch Galimore summer but, the list. game. All are:: ten game averages.'
,James (Dean Blue) Everett, Mi- of ball players, Walker's team will be a leading! Florida Star
ami; W. Simms, Nashville, Tenn.; "Player Of! ,and ,gone the WITH..ED CHARLES, the Jack contender for the championship I
W. C. McClellan, Chicago. Ill; T. sonville Braves' last season's sec- in the city-wide Senior Adult i Learn Commerciel_ Art
Roundtree, and Lou Borden, DODGERS' ond baseman, going to the Milwaukee basketball league. Some of these
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The women players expected sensational halfback from ,approach the Saturdays.
list of players who performed AMERICAN
from out of town are:'Mrs. Odessa A & M University, was for 1957. The Recreation Department staff.
; Calloway, New York} Mrs. Sadie "Player of the Year" in among the Dod here. He will meet Ray Crone, members 'are' Emmet :N. Reed, SCHOOL OF ART ..
Holmes, Atlanta, Ga.; and Mrs. R. Negro collegiate football, .with an es Hank Aaron Tex Covington, Carlton Bryant and Julius Guin. Moved To New Locati ie
Favors, also of ''New York. Over so honored. .Roy Campanella, Humberto Robinson, Felix Mantilla yard. The three are now making 106 EAST BAY STREET
tad Floor
t 30 women.have been extended invitations Galimore was among 7.00& mark; Gil and others. plans for the big sports attraction.
to participate. guests at the annual
'The tournament will begin ,of- the.One Hundred Per
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[I i at'8 a. m. At that time all golfers represented,with such GUNS"d : <. i

will be given an opportunity to figures es President finer inAmerican. ,.;< "!t .
play practice rounds. Friday, Feb.! Gore, Coach Jake .O.thing ;' /:' ", ..,,:: 'i :': ; ;<

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< "The lovers sister Ella Buddy': ,,Johnson headed for and Jack his tlell :i.if.i ; With and

t." \ tGh'Off, : Blocks, SG vWe. Joe arp Higdon will presentthe _.' .. .. Growing Serving Jacksonville -

Johnson aggregation at the Tt Appear IWertUiiiariai
Duval County Armory qn Febru
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27. CRISWELL
K ary
1 r Shades ofjJuly. Imag'm. a Fafehary juwcpapor hesdlin reading Group .
-Jaxoas Flock To the >Beachei, To Escape the Hcai. Yep, lhai't. ,pre- More good news for music ... \ TIM CO. .
; We gi fooled next weeE but this.week lovers is. the new price cut by allof Tear P.9.Rtiil DlttMthrWorUFMRMK ;
duly what's happening. may the major record. companies.On Josepfi' Johnson, local baritone .:j'.
'. _for sure ifs ivunmer-time in Jacksonville, the long 'playing sides prices singer'''will''heheard at 10:45 a. ;S' ,

w Prospects of an early Spring have been cut about one dollar on m. Sunday,.February 10, when'he ,r
: and beach season have Thursday night another nite appears on:a. sponsored : ,
long the four record to a side disc&Seems program U. S. ROYAL
F', .. ,caused operators of businesses,on spot made its appearance OB the as,, tho now is the time to by* the. Unitarian Fellowship of :;
7. .the beach to move faster in their local scene.. The King of ,Klub? build your record: library. 'Jacksonville The program will !

f. _' off' season renovations. Alonzo had its grand opening. The :spotis Movie goers are in for a defi- be held in an auditorium of the 111. w. HYAL 11' S CLAY A :n J J ;
i L "Duck" Davis Walter Reynolds located on the banks of Ribault hurcl1.*located, on the corner of 'I.r.a I
nite treat. In the near future
River (Six Mile Creek) and Mon- very HerscMfcllaiTd' Streets. : ./ fdRifiG
,. botb. busy as bees making Margaret SIiYIh
are .tclt for,the DeMille masterpiece \ SehtJw. -....
': honey. Bill Graham got a jump crief, Road It promises to be one The Ten Commandments" to ap Mr Johnson will be accompanied SouHisidete btartct. Brorecrfe .
of the city's most complete recreational ) William B. Hos-
. on the rest of the folk and began by Mrs.
pear'at one'Of the local theatres.There I ExcepttaMl 81"""
: Y f to work on his Honey Dripper areas for citizens of ,Is one thing we must under- kins, whose husband is director of Drive \
several weeks color. There is a drive-in package the Jacksonville College Music .to fOroN..stop
f ago.
stand.That is-you get what you NOW 2 \
\ !store; bar and grill service'inside Dr, Richard K. Morton, former $1195
several'hucksters'
During the past week pa:*" for. When we see first-run T1U LOCATIONSTO ..
-': hucksters" in and plenty of space for dancing, pastor of Jacksonville's Congrega-
; were movies while they are at "roadshow" I
salesmen. picnicing, boating, fishing and tional Church, will be the princi- *ATTMYAJQUN1
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town. We mean super prices we must pay. The SERYI uen.
r, everything else. Something new pal speaker and will deliver an '
a: Chief among them was Joe Al- management must charge ninety OIL YOU-
in the food line will be available.
address' Hindustanism. He is
bright of Curtiss Candy. Company, tents or more when the movie on MAXIS {l
smoked
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;. Norman Jones of Tampa Bill plays. It is worth even more. At currently :1
fish and oysters can be obtained. sonville University, where. he mom END Ir.
"Elvis"
-Budweiser, I
Porter downtown movie houses now, tit Our '
Bait of all kind and live crabs. teaches Comparative Religions.The WHftLAUSNINGHftVICI
Pressley of Miller High Life and you will see where seats start at Extra Literal \ ;
: Its just a one-stop pleasure spot. public is invited to attend
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J "Scoop" Jones of Seagram. $1.25. a c..2H Service SID NO TIADI-IH SAL! :
William Mintoa the popularuto the session. Trafe-h. \ I I
; )'Of interest to the hucksters and salesman is The Five Royals are in town. Statioaet un PIICI Hoer
' ; manager. AHewoace \ '
1-; also to the producers of many They are not appearing but are 1142 KINGS AYINUI &.00/1' I 1z9otSuNuial 11." '

, .. '. goods in our community was the Thursday nite the distributorsof stopping at the Richmond Hotel New Bricking Process for Yew \ tsop1ooo, un ,

d. :seminar sponsored by the Star in Four Roses held their annual Susie Foster is visiting along TIru- >UJWtf. 7.10/11 22.11 14M
s.; ,. conjunction with Ken Knight and appreciation party at the Silver with her hubby Willie. Susie will Converts Wood Houses 1

r the sDuval County Retail Merchants Star. There were free corsages of return to New York over the Into Beautiful Homes WE :
, ; and Salesmen's Associa.tion. four roses for the ladies and week-endr Fsrrf, REL'NE$1295 i
Just as important as the plenty of Four Roses for the men. ,
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All around town hear -
you arguments
: sponsors io the affaird were the A good time was had by alL. as to who can play cards Owners of wooden structure _

t courtesies- of the Afro-American One of the city's favorite sons better 'than who. WelL soon everyone homes are discovering thai they ...... b.w Ml MHrioLFront i
Insurance Company. Members of returned for a brief spell this in will know who'lbebest can convert them into beautiful
town ,
r. 'the. Afro organization took timeout week.Jackson Tittle Jack"Davis card players are. We under- brick buildings at little cost. Wheels Fro** WheelsBALANCED :

f.. rom their busy days to act as visited home for the first time In stand that the Les Fleurs Club is The Willard Construction Co. 'ALIGNED
hosts and guides to the visitors hitheir thirteen years. Jack: or Jackie as has introduced a process of brick
f' planning to sponsor.a benefit card Acy Mate CarSO Per Wheel Uc wn.E ,
ing wooden home that eliminates
;,' new home office building. he Is known now has.feature bill Clubs and individuals .
ing with Louis Jordan and his tourney. the high cost of painting and up- $ i 49 y
?'- will be invited to enter the play 4
'. Tympany Five. The group made offs. Complete details of the af- keeping wooden structures. The i 1842 KINGS AYE. SOUTHSIM i
at the local bricking process-which costs less
s HOUSE FOR SALE two appearances fair will be published soon. '
Naval Air Station. Jackie, fr,the than a paint job-but lasts for

I. Four bedroom bungalow, 3 acres. lame fellow he was years ago. About' Town: Jules Guinyardand many''years, also serves to insulate CRISWELL TIRE CO. i) 1
his golden glovers are
f 5168 Vernon Road. Lovely 7-roera Fame has ,not changed him one pre- the home so that it Is-coolerIn
.. paring to enter the ring wars,next "
F' house in nc.llentcolldltlo. located iota. He told us to "hello" to the summer and warmer in I
say
/, near Floradale. Beautiful ,week .. ,. Albert Pops Frazier is the winter Your U. S. Royal DUtributor
all his friends he did not get timeto .
L landscaped grounds. First time still top socializer and number one lit W. ewe w. CLAY u.Pstu .
I The Willard Construction Coo; _.__ 1142 KIH f
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'with terms."HOPE. in the future. For some host of the Tropicanna. "Pops"had which offers money down plan t.u i 'LlI' $ ith1d. t ix m

O'BRIEN unknown reason Joe "Hollywood"Higdon a big week' last week and with low monthly payment may ..
r was unable to get a sat danced on many sets be reached for estimates at EL
REAL ESTATE Bernadine Gonzales waved from 45863.'
isfactory date for the band to appear -

... '\. Phonfe. EL 4-4862, while they were in the area. the barber's chair. You see more I BUSINESS' DIRECTORYThe
I. of the gals getting clipped these
I ': There is good news for musicCalypso days than fellows. Most of the PATRONIZE Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable Establishments
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,".. ", boys are going in for.the ,long Florida Star Specializing Services and Products
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i Ike Jones is making a big splash
':, So He Can Visit The OFC ROOM : field. Jones is the
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Ik .:. 1 't THE HARLEM CLUB local Ford representative dealer. He. is the of only a Callahan Negro IiI M Fir 1 I 1- BEAUTY SALONS I

2703 KINGS AVENUE PHONE FL 9-1458 Ford, salesman in the a rea:
Neither of the local dealers have I Unfurnished two room
seen fit to hire Negro salesmen a week plus lights. BLOND IE'S BEAUTY SHOP

t Speaking, of cars have you: room for single man or Have Your Hair StyledTo
Buster Ford's and Joshua. couple. $5.75 a week.
V : ,NEW CONCRETE BLOCK seen ? 51109. Suit Your PersonalitySpecialist
Hillman's Pontiac convertibles .
:... Both are the most. "- in Hair Styling and Glamour
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; 3 BED ROOM HOME MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST.
Jesse "Ben Blue" Jones is improving -
Tiay Mae Thomas, Prop. Res. Phone EL 5-3033
after a near fatal accident JW Will.COOK .
Cor. 33rd & Grunthol -",- Very attractive. Most, He expects to be up and ,

conveniently arranged; close to bus and ,schooL. out soon. Rooming I I I Funeral Directory I

$9,750. $1500 down, $67 month. Sammie Bradley Graham and ences health card
"- Willie Mae McCoy were enter- EL 38005. 0. 'c. Jernlgon S. L Davis, Mlr.CARTER'S .

\. S. W. SOLOMON taining Mrs.NReb" Fields of Buffalo GOOD COOK and FUNERAL HOME '

New York. Mrs. Fields was .
Phone EL 3-4402 1454 Myrtle Ave. called home because of sickness Saturdays & S AMBULANCE SERVICE. I'
overnight Saturdays. Lady Attendant
I in her family. Gee.Phone EV 7-6693. EL 4-0545 EL 4-0544 925-929 W. BEAVER ST.

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SPECIALGirl's' Ballerinas White or Black. ,,Top. Coats 700 Block W. Ashley- Street
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