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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 16, 1957
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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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 16, 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:
UF00028362:00312

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Preceded by:
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ERIC, 6. SIMPSON Tuesday refused to rule on constitutionality Two white men were charged Thursday with assault to murderin
Bishop D. Ward Nichols presiding bishop of the African Methodist o f Tallahassee's"unique" the shooting last Sunday of Joseph Augustus Baldwin, 36-year-old .

Episcopal'Church of Florida ia aa exclusive interview this week bus seating ordinance hearse driver of 51$ State Street Lane.
flatly denied that he planned to fire the president of Edward Q'i
reports
.... until three students accused of county solicitor's office .
\1 Waters. College. ,. '" -i' W'; ::-' violating it are tried in city court.! filed direct informations against .
lie branded the reports as Artist
Judge DeVane said there is a Flim-Flam James E. Aides Sn, 39, of 4815
utterly false and said ,that they ::::;j}(
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t-* :; ,"very serious question" whetherhe : C .1.1I Dundee Rdv and Leon Crawford :
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a "subterfuge" to'continue racial Deputy Sheriffs arrested a flimflam $1,000 bail set by Criminal Court
Bishop.Nichols who returned toJacksonville buses. $ ;d
segregation on Judge A. Lloyd Layton. y
last Sunday to be .artist Edward Bennett, 57, of
The jurist took 'under advisement Vannah, Ga.:as he was about to Meanwhile, Baldwin is in a.crUJ| ,. '
here, for the Founders' Day observance motions by the city and the xecute the old "confidence" ical condition in Duval Medical A LITTLE DARLING Practical Nurse Eva Bell Brown!is seen
which opened Thursdaysaid bus' to dismiss the leg al holding the baby girl who was found last Saturday nIght abandoned
company game on a Magnolia Gardens Center after removal of a bullet
the fU'Sttime he heard of beside building at S9S8 MoncrUf Road. .
attack for lack of jurisdiction And beautician.The from his skulL a
any plan to dismiss President said he will delay any decision Road Patrolman W. H., McCart reported the Infant was found
B. Stewart when his victim, Juanita; Clark 2650 Asst. County Solicitor John L
William was
until after the city trial for which by Mrs. Ida Mae DeVoe Ri. 9, Box 903C. '
attention was carried to the printed Wisteria St, said she was in frontof Briggs reported Moe B. Safer at- I .'
where
no date has yet been set. i McCari carried the Infant to Duval Medical Center physicians
rumor in a local tabloid news Cohen's when Bennett struckup torney,came in with Aides Thurs- reported the child perfect condition. Doctors estimated the :
Last week Judge DeV: ne refused : i a conversation. A few seconds day morning and said he "under-
paper. s child was born about nine hours earlier.
:;He stated'that up to this time BISHOP WARD NICHOLSdenies to interfere with the trial later, a second man came up with stood they were looking.for two Deputy Sheriffs W. C Moseley and H. L. Sands questioned residents .
before City Judge John Rudd.The
wallet containing approximately in the automobile involved

the president had given him no rumors a persons' in the vicinity but none admitted knowledge of the child.
suit to invalidate the ordinance -
seeking
reason to desire his removal from $1,500. He said hehad found the in the shooting of a man

the post. and moreover if he Was Pierce asked to pad accounts which makes no mentionof money. on Roosevelt Boulevard last Sun

had any reason to remove him he at the college? Now that drivers segregation to tell but authorizes whereto The two men told the woman day. News Brief Mixed Coiple

would not do so in the middle of Founders' Day fund-railing has passengers they would split the money,with Deputy Sheriff F. J. Alvarez
been abandoned how will the college sit was brought by Johnny if could raise Sheriff AlbertL.
the college year. Herndon and Leonard Speed, her she some moneyto said he and Deputy STREETS CLOSED Draws ,Sentence '
raise money for its support? show good faith. Rowland later in the day took
He said he was amazed when local Negro university students During the week City Council
headline whaf the financial condition The. victim arranged to meet into their custody'a revolver
he read neWSPaper JaIL 19 for refusing as-
arrested
which shouted, "Hell Breaks of Edward Waters? These aad ,the,men in front of'the post office which they obtained at Aides' approved the closing and abandonment BARTO WA white man anda
signed seats.Bulcher of of Ashley,
Loose At Edward Waters College other questions will be discussed later. She went to a doctor's officeto home. portions Negro woman, both from Georgia -
In subsequent articles.To Cleveland, Johnson and Stuart who have been living togetherin
," and went on to describe a borrow $75. When the doctor Statement Repeated
Streets, which intersect a planned
o B. Continued learned the story,"'he'called C. A. the Haines City Negro section
"near fight over the $25,000 given Safer appeared with Wheeler In link' of the Jacksonville Express
Knife pleaded guilty in Polk County
annually to the college by the Alexander assistant chief criminal the afternoon and repeated only way. The closings will implementan
Criminal Court to adultery and
County Board of CommissIoners" IUlert.OfIJocllr'' deputywho: dispatched depu- the statement he made during the earlier resolution of the City
ties WaIker'and Patrfck to the fornication and were sentencedby
with"preacher and laymen ting' morning conference.
Is Used Oi Wife office. Commission which designated the Judge R. H. Amidon to five
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Slaii IiGeirgiaCOLUMIUS I Baldwin was returning an Expressway link a limited access! years in state prison.
The bkhdp seemed greatly dk !' Bennett appeared'and was identified -Orange Park funeral about 6:20 p.!. route. Chief Criminal Deputy Hamp
accounts Reed 25 of 1332 Lee by Mrs. Clark. The second to eeeee'
Curbed over Btwspapr I' Lillie Mae I m. Sunday when, according Rogers said Emmitte Clifton, the
which depleted: AKB ministers as Ga. A white Street suffered wounds from a I man who apparently watched the witnesses two white men in a BANDITS ACTIVE white rented the house,in

pistol packing preachers eel ... department store'owner'who killed butcher knife when she was rePortedlY meeting and subsequent arrest :convertible automobile pulled up Two armed men held up a city Haines man City about a week ago

frayed the college as aa iaMtuie a Negro physician and commu- attacked by Robert Reed from a distance fled.. I alongside the hearse and one of bus and a small grocery store last and moved in with Caritha Wad-
strife and ,cohfus oD. He sees here 28 in their home Sunday, Feb. 10. The held on a fired shot.InvesU'gating '
of : nity leader a year ago was suspect vagrancy them a week on the same night and almost ley, who posed as his wife. Rogers '
it a* all so dtfradiaf. found stumped in a theatre en- Mrs. Reed reported to police charge until a hearing before Justice county officers the same time. said that Clifton has 'a wife and

He pointed out that the last trance Monday with a pistol shot that she was sitting on the front of the Peace Dorcas Drake said witnesses in several cars behind George R. Combs, a driver for three children in Georgia.,

Jan. 14 meeting of the Board of through the head.He died at 10:08 porch combing her little girl's said he had served one two-year the hearse gave coinciding the Jacksonville Coach Company, Reported By Negroes .

Management 'of Edward Waters from the temple-to-temple wound. hair when her husband, Robert, term and one three-year term for accounts of the shooting. said two Negro men boarded his Rogers said the case was ,reported -

College'was a "most harmonious' The mysterious shooting of called her and asked her to come flim-flam and presently is under Eye witnesses said the hearse bus about 7:40: p. m. and forced to law enforcement officers ;

one; and that no mention was Luico Flowers 55, lacked just $in the house so he! could talk to three years probation from South passed the car, which was pullinga him to drive at gunpoint to Madison by angry Negro neighbors of .'

made of President Stewart's dis seven days of coming exactly a her. She said, she told him that Carolina in a similar case. boat and trailer, north of ,the Street where they took $41 the mixed-race couple. :

missal. I year after Flowers poured seven I she was afraid he would jump on Naval Air Station. In the 5800 and jumped off.

When asked about the sever-: pistol bullets into Dr. Thomas H.! block of Roosevelt Boulevard the SUe Abdelnour said two men door with a blackjack and the B.

ance of the Business Manager W. Brewer, 61, in the office of his her.The husband finally got her(his Young Sax "OIlD convertible pulled abreast of the entered his store at approximately other demanded money at gunpoint j

W. Pierce and the reported "im store across the street Flowers wife) to come in the house, and funeral vehicle. The car driver 7:35 p.nx, made a small purchaseand They fled with Abdelnour's 5
t pounding of the books," the claimed self defense and a jury when she went in, he allegedly handed a pistol to a passenger in left and returned in 'about wallet and the contents \>f the '

bishop said Mr.Pierce had resign refused to indict him for killingthe attacked her with a butcher knife. Killed By Lover the front seat, who fired almost five minutes. One stood near the cash register, $22. "

ed and as is customary, an audit NAACP official and a memberof Mrs. Reed received injuries to point

i of the books voted by the Board. the ,Republican State Central both hands while trying to takethe blank.Bullet Split

.. Committee. knife away from her husband.I A young Jacksonville woman showed part of the bul-
when X-rays Fleradale Hives
Fire To
evidence that at least was knifed by her boyfriend Diiger :
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was She went .to Duval Medical cen- after he refused let lodged in,.Baldwin's brain::: It
WM Raise three shots fired in a 6:30a. they quarreled
Branch were
treated and
Tampa ter where she. was two dollars last was removed in surgery.
m. exchange that brought death released. ,.-? her demand for Briggs said the bullet split in- T..DiscusedAISpecWNseI a aIt .

Sums To Fight SchoolingTAMPA to the .merchant. Operator of a The investigation was conducted Sunday.Vera ,Mae Ross, 27, 102 May two, with part of it being found i : "

'stisre near the killing' told policehe by Sgts. J.M.Parker:and G.H.Hurlbert she her on the floor of the hearse. was pointed oat this week thai due to the absence of fire '
of Street told police was on \
-= The Tampa Branch heard three shots, two them The bullet particles and the gun brdraats In the area Floradale homes are In danger of total.- .

of the NAACP began a campaign real aloud and the other muffled. I way home after visiting when a friend'shouse she ,win be sent to the FBI laboratory destruction in the event of a fir ia the community. ; .. "
Park Street
Monday of this week to enlist Flowers was killed with a .45-cal- on In Washington, D. c., for tests. la aa effort to redact the danger a fund was started to p=- i

2,000 new members and raise iber gun_,and his own pistol was MAN HIT iY CAR met and Charles Oak Streets.Brown 28 She, at said Jack-she Information against Aides and chat fat hydrants J.1iM Florsdale Improvement Auodation. t f S
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$3,000 for,legal help in integration on the sidewalk; near the body.A I son his Wheeler charge them with assaulting A total of $12M'was collected representing a little more j :::
to ,
.x matters. ,traffic officer walking to thepolice asked Brown for $2.00 pay Baldwin with a pistol than half of the aatetmt ae.d... l ''-<, ,:
pastor station fiHH1d-Flowers'bodyat Luther Glover of 1244 W.Duval insurance. to bar sot contributed their hydrant : :;, "
The Rev. W.. .S*Banfield, with a premeditated ,design Because many Teriflimti .
of the Seventh-Day Adventist ,7 a. m.,The brother of the dead Street was taken to Duval Medi- Miss Ross said an argument murder. fee which has resulted ia delay ia securing the hydrants a i : : :

Church and local. NAACP president man said he had 'no idea who cal Center with a broken leg after started.and Brown cut her on the special meeting has been celled to discuss whether bom+-owaes ,': .',

; said the money would be' struck*his brother down and why he was struck crossing the streetin right leg"with his pocket knife' want to abandon the effort and return the cash paid or to renew : "

available to a Negro who wants' he was up at such an; early hour.' tke'990 'block' West Beaver and ran west on Jackson Street PATRONIZE 1M .... t '.

send his child to a white He, opened .the store it was said.,' Street She also revealed to officers" that Tat meeting win fct held at the: home of Eric 9. Simpson, ,
to school, or to one who gets about I!a.-eat. each day. Reports listed Walter'Dean., 44, Brown washer "boyfriend. Fieri* Star comer-of Wakott and Deby at 3 p. m. Sunday February 17F ."- -
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:=.feteyori- .:::.. ,':::''':::::::::-,:.N..r':.....:::---MaMftaflGftPcrlMm ---.,Editor .. WASHINGTON D. C. The Youth Tralnlng-IncenttTti, Con- "I 1

; Jobato.---._."..-..- Hews 5teH fetence held in Washington on February 4, was one of the most 1 I
....... Rklaanl..a ... .-....__ .w.......... _....:.......\ aIR I""' ., ltbpt. important national conferences on job training of youth in recent ,

... Member of .Associated Negro Press | q ;:; .a yetrs, according to Lester B. Granger Executive Director of the I
:; National Urban league and one of the principal speakers at the I
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>i': MaiUJ T. You, Aaywhera. -hi Hie U.Jfe44 Mates.S *, fI of this' I
Se6ieriatio.s Payable IB AaVeBce. Send Clucks wMeaey ftritiT0sJIAftWA superintend ; "One important reason for

STAR P. O. BOX 361'- JA KS8WRII 1iP' RIDA ents of public ; y,4 shortage is the fact that information I

,. ... and parochial ; about these opportunities and I
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schools, business the training required to fill them !

lINiI erhood Week ; I + : "I ,, labor and f' { has lot reached the students and. !

r3FiKviMry' civic. leaders 9 dt their parents," he added. 1
i : from 16 metropolitan
17-24, 1957:. k; "It.is equally important that the !
ae-r areas *.i youth have more information E 1

and specialists _. about ,the new and developing J
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from other
r+ opportunities that will be waiting .
Human (
Only h. cities was called -
for them when they complete
the President's t
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: their educationItiZr.. Granger I.
Committee

-:' ,.-: BY SIDNEY FIELDS on GovernSimpson said."Minority, youth. have had little
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Courtesy New York Daily Mirror : incentive in the past to prepare
with the elimination of racial
Tkis,is published in. the interest of Brotherhood I and religious discrimination in for skilled and technical work

Week'February 17-24, sponsored by the National : employment. The group discussed because jobs demanding these .

Conference of Christians and Jews. .. methods of motivating the youthof skills were not available to them," 1
__ he continued. "If those who are
The cost of prejudice to American industry is $34(100-( _f : minority groups to train them- in a strategic position to change I

600,000 a year in wasted manpower, production, and morale. selves for the wider variety and old and traditional employment I

The figure cannot'include the incalculable and far more terrible -, greater number of opportunitiesfor patterns are now to discuss ways ,

cost in human'suffering and indignity opening,skilled to them.employment now of helping these youth prepare for

"That means, that $10 out of every $75 paycheck are broadened opportunities, this ,isencouraging .j
wasted on the phony luxury of indulging our prejudices," says n .... "New and wider employment indeed"

Dr. Everett R.'Clinchy, who as head of the National Confer- j "They're Entitled To Protection From Mob Rule. Mr. President' I I opportunities have been availableto x

ence of Christians and Jews has been laboring,'for 28 years to Negro and other minority
convert. hatred; understanding. repeats previous admonishmentsto I youth in recent years, but it has PATRONIZE 'j
t been difficult to find
,Discrimination in industry is most commonly based, on take no risks whatsoever with persons Advertisers I:
qualified to fill of these
color, religion, language and national economic status, Your Weekly your affections, possessions and jobs" Mr. Granger many pointed out. Florida Star i
education and politics. (Try being'a Republican in some areas' social standing. It may be essen- ,
of South Carolina or a Democrat in Vermont)' But prejudice' GuideWHICH tial to impress the one who shares .\
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at the hiring gate, or the dislike on the job'of white for'Negro, Horoscope: your fortunes to clamp down on

German ior Pole, Protestant for Catholic or' Christians. for: spending and impulsive ways if MORE IMPELLING THAN EVER I

Jew.is' only one part of the vast hate problem that infects': ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR this lies at the root of your pres- :i i

our society and the'world."Ifclvilization i j BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ent difficulties. Reveals that you .
Is-to survive we must learn as mum.aLout1tho will get nowhere if you respond .j

human'personality as we do about the atom," Dr. Clinchy By '_PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES emotionally the! challenges that

says. "We've never developed the love, compassion, and are hurled at you. But you can
understanding in human beings to anywhere near their ca] pay closer, attention to your work w I
diate prospects as this situationis
pacity. Psychiatrists are probing for this now. And It's here and domestic pursuits, and await s
Born March:21 'thru April 19 soon due for a definite turnabout -
that science. converges with faith and'reaches for the highest the .coming month with confi-
To round.out the.month there The need for prudence and
ideals in both. dence.
are similar repetitions of signs restraint has not diminished in
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that warn against taking any the'least. Refuse to be drawn into -
Clinchy tall white ,and 59 with three.childrenand
spare, affect
chances in matters that ventures requiring your own;
nine grandchildren, was born in Harlem when it was: a SCORPIO
pocketbook friendships, romantic capital entailing rash risks and
suburb. His father was a carpet salesman. During four yearsat your Born Oct. 24 thru Nor. 24
interests and cherishedones. which might be launched when tf r qj
Wesleyan University, interrupted by service in World War Conform to usage. You may feel : r
The efforts to continue' the you are not ,fully protected +P ,1 ( lid r iBaA1l4ERH (
Clinchy held a job as a student-minister in a little,church inclined to take ,issue with' inti-
arguments that success can be obtained against thehazards of chance and
in-Fairmont, N. J. mates and strangers alike when
through reckless and ex-, circumstances.
'? 'They took me because they couldn't get anyone else," pensive adventures are symbol- 9-30-41-28 42,242 they do not share your views in
matters that have to do with the
he says; .
ized during this period. The disappointments -
He Bachelor's at to Union ",' way the world, community and
.' got a degree Lafayette, went and problems that LEo
Theological and Columbia where he got his Master's and was result from' such a course of actions Born Julr 23 thru Aug. 23 organizations are run. Sharp '.

ordained a Presbyterian minister, and went on to Yale for his will have to watch their Haste makes waste. If you still words should be particularly
Ph.D. but had to for lack of He avoided. You find the way to con-
in
quit mone Y eventually got steps and be continually possession have not reached the,core of,your 1
the PhX>. at Drew, writing a history of hate America, called of,, ''their self-control in present delimmas this is hardlythe tentment much smoother when war!' '"ice

"All in'the-Name. of'God," which was changed to "Growth of .order to sidestep the difficulties. week'to try-and obtain satis-' you meet your neighbors and
friends half way and accept their
Good Will.
1-80-66-84-24-75 faction. You can ,further fan the ,
When he first came to Wesleyan 1924' Clinchy tried to rights to have opinions and -'
: flames of discord if you let them,
bring students of different faiths together. That same year the TAURUS of,course., The lest thing is to sit methods of their own. Bar the i. I-i-:
Federal Council of Protestant:Churches door to discord in your home, base :
met in Atlanta Ga. 1
; Born April 20 thru May 20 quietly on the side lines and see
headquarters of the Ku Klux Klan and formed a" "Com of operations and professional
: Unless your hand is forced by what the coming month has to
mittee of,Good Will Between Christians and ,Jews" to study circumstances beyond your .control offer. Conditions that are allowed circles no matter what reason you
find lo think otherwise. Pa-
"How does a klansman get that way?" :in which instance you must to develop and ripen unassistedvery may
tience wilL reward you. Waller G. Shea i
act, and act ,quickly, it is better often turn out to.be blessingsin 8-9 6866568SAGrrI'AlUUS. ,., Attorney {
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Amid' the terrible hate engendered during the Al Smith 'to let things simmer down a bit disguise. This, could very well

presidential campaign, five prominent men on Committee longer, This period provides the be the case as far as you are'concerned Atlantic National Bank Building

-Charles Evans Hughes Newton D. Baker S. Parkes Cad- only aspects of note, and they do ,so why.:.be in too ,great a
Born NOT. 23 thru Dec.21
man, Carlton. H. Hayes and Roger. W. Straus, formed, the not exactly furnish the proper hurry? ,
National Conference of Christians and Jews and asked Clinchy Whether your reasons have to
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conditions for smooth and successful I -
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I : do with the lack of cooperation of
to run: it."Its'purpose. action on your part.. On I i
then not dissolve the Klan'shate colleagues poor service heated
was only to
the other hand, there is a new VIRGO I
he. "but man's hate matter wherehe words and production of neigh-;
against man no
says, month the and what ,
on way, you Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
found it. We held our first meeting ,at Columbia and I borhood complications, you should
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Smith and shocked such not necessarily imply' that you are Those whoi. nay:be trying to per-' stant. Often one will write or :. _
posters against people were. venom
-. existed in America." through. petuate exlstin disputes or misunderstandings speak without thinking but as ,
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"room on lower Fourth Avenue. Today the National Confer- o friends of yours at.this time. You this could easily happen' to you, ;
GEMINI con still be seriously misled: can, condition mind in f
ence of:Christians and Jews has 250,000 volunteers and con- you your _
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tributors, and 250 employees in 64 offices in the U. S., serving JL
500 chapters. Cast out inhibitions. This sign the part of,, someone'who is being: time. Avoid ,speed jaywalkingand _

discloses that you may still be motivated.by purely selfish interest the careless use of tools and

struggling with a problem that- .,. Should you allow yourselfto equipment. It could bring differ
------ defies solution. You are too apt to become! entangled in some sort ences with in-laws and legal complications J

: 'wcnw.Trla.d.: ,WWJ.a act hastily or not to make a move of adventure maze of circum- into the open. -On the .:r

when it would-be in your interestto stances, indicates that you.are inviting whole it seems better to put off _
\\) \ do so. So pursue a careful and nervous tensions and ,subjection vital decisions until some future .

, prudent course, happy in the to forces that are greater date. I

knowledge that the future will than your.own. It seems Better to 1-40-71-35-75-475 Ii i

justify your ideas and that Jupiter steer .dear of all commitments

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i what make life exciting and interesting a new month. You don't seem to be freed of i

_'wpT. ,'and they also provide a 5-60- -58-87-687 the powerful forces that may be .

wealth of experience you will. find impelling you to allow your emo- i in

of great value. LIBRA tional reactions to displace your j
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Bide 'your time. As there is the heart and the elements of 1

CANCER little.of an encouraging nature in chance. II you respond without F6gtw.

Born Jon 21 thru July 22 the stars this week, there is no forethought; the tendency to

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little improvement in your imme- discouragement. This period only. the vain hope of reestablishing a _
balance may be fostered. The best

tl' GET YOUR 'HOROSCOPE READING_ .JOR 1957 you can influence do is to over exert the a constructive younger- KEN KNIGHT l l"KIUi

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Tea Set I '. FIef-iills iMtortaiN. Flo-Jox CM:- I Mrs. W..."... Hostess To Zeta Alll cae.1 O O.E

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The Junior Women's Missionary

Society of Second Baptist Church, .
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,this city, has set plans.for its an-

nual tea which will be held Sunday .

afternoon Feb. 17; on the w_
ground floor of the church. The

affair will begin at 3 p. 'm. and ax

continue through 5 p.,m.

Each standing committee will \

be hostess to a table. The program MN iii
will feature Mrs. Alice Bur- 'rlq < i

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roughs and Mrs. Edith Jones, solo-

ists.;Presented,in readings will be : '
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,,_ Mrs. Margie Jarrel Mrs. Lucy r" :. _

.'' Tremble and Miss Evonne Brown. e : _
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;Miss Mary Louise Lee and Walter ;

.Lee, sister and brother', will present -' l ...5.Jix. k

solos.

Mrs. Laura Harris will be mis-

t J j tress of ceremonies and will be m rM

presented by Mrs. A B. Darby. y

The Rev. K. D. Britt is minister tRivyr.Jy yx k4 A$

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FLA.J1LL OFFICERS Seen here are officers of the Fla-JUl Club. along with four members of
f NEW OFFICERS ELECTED The Zeta Az dcae.. friends of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority are seen
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the Fla-Jax Club. -
Applications for ?Mania here as they appeared at an election meeting held in the home of Mrs. Billie Wilkerson. 1490 W. 10th
Reading, from left to right. are: (seated) Mr:. Joan Spaulding. business manager: Mrs. Jolila Sim

LicnuM mons. secretary: Mrs. Elisabeth Redding president; Mrs. Goldie Long. Palaika Tic presidents and Mrs. Street.Reading
from left Mrs. Bertie Simmons. Mrs. Marie
to right. are: (Front row) W. Argrett guest:
.
Vanorian Schell, treasurer.
I Theo O. Adams, Box 157, Hel- Mrs. Wilmer DorrelL president: (Back row) Mrs. Verdie Cruse. corresponding secretary Mrs. Billie .
Standing: Dr. Nelson Spaulding. Charles E. Simmons Jr.. Theodore Redding and Dr. Warren W.
ena St age 28 and Lucilo ,Williams Schell Jr.Students. Wiikerson. financial secretary: Mrs. Alta S. Washington, treasurer: Mrs. Margaret Daniels: Mrs. Ma-
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; Rt 9, Box 411-A, age 19. mie Campbell rice president: Mrs. Leola Powell, recording secretary and Mrs. Prisdlla Smith re

David L. Moore, 827 Oakley 4 porter.

St, age.21 and Havannah Coward, Will i Help Club 'Schedules Bridge TournamentTo

827 Oakley St, age 20. Its Regalettes Civic And Social Club

Edw. Fleming, 1127 W. BeaverSt Raise Polio FundsA f

age. 23 and Norma DeWillis, Benefit Jax Urban LeagueThe { r-

1145 Tyler St., age 23. A play, 'The Old Shack That _

Henry Sullen, Jr., 1303 Mt Her- Sets In The Back," will be pre- Cosami Bridge Club is conducting: its first annual bridge ..

man St, age 22 and Dorothy 19.Curry sented in. the Recreation Center, tournament April 18, 1957, beginning at 8:00: p. m, in the Wilder ri.

t 1340 Kings Road, age Thursday night, Feb. 28, presented Recreation Center, located on the corner of Third and Mt. Herman iI
P. Mercer 607 W. State I
.4 Henry ,
by the Brokenborough Mission.It Streets. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit'the Jacksonville .
St 23 and Leola Tyler, 607 W. i
age
, is scheduled to start at 8 Urban League.
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State St, age 18. .
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o'clock.,
The tournament in April willbe
I Frank Nero, 639% Lee St,age
Portrayed will be: The Hidden the club's second effort to establish .,
I, 26 ,and Dorothy White 1124 West .
Guest Soloist
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Jewel, "Words Said Tailormade, a championship bridge c qq6
23rd St age 25.
"He'Changed Too Late," "A Tear game. While organized as a I. ,
Luther W. Thomas, 803 Oakley
St, age 68 and Louise Melton, 803 of Regret," "Advice To A Buddy," YWCA affiliate under the name Will Appear HereChoir
and "A Mother's Say." There will of "Delphenium" the club held a
Oakley St age 65.
be heard several songs also. Having bridge and whist tournament for
Griffin 1717 W. 43rd St
.
Lloyd '
part will be students from the benefit of the Young Adult No. 2 of DaySpring Bap-
age 22 and Gwendolyn' Tillman; Stanton, Gilbert and Douglas Department of the Branch YWCA. tist Church will observe its twen-
1 1113 Cone Court, age 20.
J. Ike Porter, 625 Newnan Street, Anderson Schools and membersof The bridge club was reorgan- ty-eighth anniversary Monday 'y') ;.

21 and Sussie M. Fletcher, Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Sinai Bethel, ized in February, 1956, by the following evening Feb. 18, with a program '

age 6960 Evergreen Ave.. age 22. First Corinth, all Baptist churchesand persons: Mrs. Mary A. scheduled to begin at 8:15 o'clockin -tf; ::J1i: ( k ,.
the main auditorium of the
Charlie E. Cooper 1133 Harrison Wayman Chapel AME Browne, Mrs. Vernal J.. McCone, church. ,__ .... _.._,:"" "A'-"'_ ....... ""'':''_<-..._.._... __ ,__

age 29 and Hattie L. Dorsey, Church. Mrs. Cleopatra Pearson, Mrs. Es- Miss Arnett Scott of Stanton OFFICERS INSTALLED -,H. James Greene is shown above at the scene of the installation] meet

722 E. 5th St age 28. The program is being presentedfor sie D. McCray, Mrs. Barbara Senior"High School will make her ing of the Les Rsgalollei Civic and Social Club held in the home of Mrs. Alberta Dillard. 1560 W. First
Geo. Macon 1766 W. 2nd St, the benefit of the Polio Cam- Bentley, Mrs. Mercedes Gadsden,

age 22 and Eula ,L. Porter, 1602 paign and is under the direction Mrs. Carolyn Washington and first The appearance Rev.-W. B.at: Miller Day Spring., ministerof Street.Reading from left to right are: (seated)'Mrs. T.HHnn Dennis and Mrs. Frankie McGhee. Standing:

Powhattan St, age 23. of the Rev. B.F. Brokenborough. Mrs. Louise Guinyard The cur- the Laura Street Miss Alma Cosiello Mrs. Evelyn D. FloreDC8.'Mrs. Jeans!!. W. Saunders. Miss Gloria H. Anderson
__ Presbyterian
: rent membership roster is as follows Church, will, be the principal Mrs. Georgia M. Henry. Mrs. Lougenia J. Carlwell Mrs. Alberta DUlard IL June Greene. Mrs. Johnnie .

: speaker and,will be accompaniedby Lee Byrd Mrs. Annie Laura Pinckney., Mrs. Carrie Ella Johnson and Mrs. Alice Slater.
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.,. "'" ". = Mrs. ,Venus J. McCone,
; .. ._;:. 2 !. ; ;;; pres- the Westminister Choir of the
p ==- --:- ':;:: ; -- -- -:;-: ident; Mrs. Barbara Bentley, vice church. I Business Women Slate Saturday Night MeetThe Valentine Tea Sunday
-- -__. ;... president; Mrs.Juanita Bell, secretary The Rev. C. A. Weaver is min- ,

; !Mrs. Essie D. McCray, ister of the Day Spring Mrs. Wallace Hostess
congre
treasurer: ; Mrs. Margaret Starkes, Business and Professional Miss Fannie Blue. Mrs. SamuelL.
FLA-JILLS ENTERTAIN AT ELDORADO Business ''manager, Mrs. L u 1 a gation. Women's Club of the Young Wo- Lynch the club president will Choir No. 2 of Central CME

Members of the Fla-JUl Club entertained the Fla-Jax Club last Courtney, Mrs. Ruby H. Dwight, men's Christian Association will preside. Members are asked to Church will sponsor a Valentine

: Friday evening at the Eldorado Club. Mrs. Louise G. ,Guinyard, Mrs. Adderlys Will i PerformIn meet Saturday night,February 16, come prepared to pay all state and Tea Sunday, Feb. 17, from 4.to 6
, I ,In addition to the Fla-Jax Club members, the following gnects Bernice Henderson Mrs. ,Eddie beginning at 8 o'clock, in the I p. m., in the home of Mrs. Daisy
local dues. Plans to be discussed
are -
were present: Mrs. Willa Durant. Bridgeport. Conn. MIss Maxwell, Mae Johnson,Mrs.Elizabeth Sim- Gilbert High i SchoolThe YWCA building at 682 W. Eighth I ISb Wallace, 1318 Steele Street.

Americas Gw Dr. and Mrs. George Payne, New York City (Mrs. mons, Mrs. Carolyn Washington, eL. for the Florida Conferenceand Speaker for the occasion will

Payne is the former Mrs. Lenora Lawson' of this'city): Mr. Eberhart and Mrs. Sarah,Wright. Matthew 'W. Gilbert High Hostesses, for the meeting are I I other business matters trans- be the Rev. W. H. Jordan, an able

Atlanta. Ga. and Mr. Branker of New York City. School Band will Julian to be Mrs. Jewel Alexander and] acted. speaker,and theologian.
Mrs., McCone announced that present
Fla-Jlll officers are as follows: Mrs. Elisabeth Redding president -
advanced registration is required Adderly and his quintet in a mod-
Mrs. Goldie Long Palatka. vice president Mrs.Jolita SImmons.
: SchelLtreasurer for persons desiring to participatein em jazz concert Friday, Feb. 22,
secretary; Mrs. Etta Deas financial secretary: : Mrs. Vanorial
the tournament and tickets beginning at 8:15 p. m. in the
: and Mrs. Joan Spaulding business manager.
may be purchased from membersof auditorium of the school

DELTAS PLAN ANNUAL JABBEHWOCK ,the club. Refreshments and The quintet will present a per- MOTOROLATd

f Members of Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta other activities will be available formance for students at 2 p. m.
.
seventh biennial Jabberwock, for persons who attend on a nonparticipating the same day and will feature
making plans for the
Sorority are ,
basis.Tournament Adderly and his brother, Nat, on
scheduled to be held April 26 in the New Stanton High School
Auditorium.- awards will consistof the.alto saxophone and the trum- r

Mrs. Olga ,Bradham, president oi the local-chapter, announcedthat valuable prizes in each class pet. These young men are gradu- F .
of Florida'A &M
"Jabberwock in Dreamland" is' the theme this year, and stated and a floating trophy the first- ates Universityand
will be prize winner. A registration fee offl.OO were members of the band -
further that complete information concerning participants. $100ooTRADE
t announced later. $ win be charged and will include there. ui DYER-AIL DIAGONAL IUMI
, t Julian Adderly is a former band
i : .entrance fee and a chance
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director of Dillard High School at
door
at valuable prize.
JUNIOR SEMINOLE CULTURE CLUB a '
Fort Lauderdale 'and has had: t
,
[ The regular monthly meeting of the -Junior Seminole Culture Proceeds from the tournamentwill VIEWABLE AREA : ALLOWANCE
boosts. He is known
was held_Wednesday evening ia the ,home of the president be contributed to support of numerous \ ",:1'",,
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widely as "Cannonball" Adderly. "
aMiss The club met recently -
Joyce Graham. 2581 West 45th Street. the Jacksonville Urban League. '
,{ : in the home of Miss Serena Joyser. t I t:1iffj: 9 Beautiful Mahogany console

1", I

;r MUSICAL TEA SUNDAYMrs. Mrs. Hoffman Named Stork Up Front Tuning I

Ella Watts will be hostess to the annual Musical Tea sponsored -

o l by Choir No. Two of Second Baptist Church, scheduled to beheld President Of Club Deliveries 5 Star Deluxe Chassis -

r Sunday, February 17, from 3 to 5 p. HL, in her home at 1425

West 20th Street. A program will be presented. New officers for the were n
year Ben
IK Distinctive Styling
elected at the last session of the p--
DAHLIA GARDEN CIRCLE OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY R. B. Sutton Club of Mt. Olive _
J The Dahlia Garden Circle observed its anniversary last Friday i Ernest and Clara Jackson, 5671 *
AME Church.
evening February 15 at 1404 Tyler Street. Mrs..,Gladys Vaught the Moncrief, girl'" Jan 5.Clarence -'f 21K68M EASY TERMS I
", The session was held In and' Queen Frank,,

: headed the program committee..; home of Mr. and Mrs. Chester 3414 Franklin St, boy, Jan. 20. AA

Ford.Mrs. Gertrude Hoffman, the Thomas and ,Mae KeHy 1470 '
MRS: tILDRED GILLIAMS HOSTESS TO TEAt ADS IN 'DOIY' AND "SUNSET"
Mrs. Mildred Gllllam will be bodes to a po Va1eatiae Tea president, presided Florida Ave.. girl, Jan. 2%. SEE OUR
The pastor of the church was John R. Thomas and Mattie,
to be held in her home Sunday aftezsoes. from 4 .to C o'clock 1737
present and conducted the elec- 5416 Dodge Rd,'girl, Jan.'23.
Wed 2nd Street.The tea is bela: ?. tpoasored by District No.One of ML
tion. Clarence and Mary BDlrngsler, '
I Calvary Baptist Church. S. Officers are Mrs. Gertrude Hoffman 1260 Still Court, girl, Jan. 24. .

president; :Mrs. Margie Har- Willie and Jeanette Glover Jr,
ISAIAH BLOCKERThe
., ANNUAL TEA AT
P-TA of Isaiah Blocker Junior High School presented itsFounder's vey, first :vice president; Mrs. 747 Lincoln Court-boy.Tan.- 24.
Nina Moody,second vice president George and Annie S., Paschal,
Tea at the school on St Valentine's Day, with Mrs.
; Day : **Mrs,Christine'Hayward,11.i 1806 W.'llth St, boy.-1 n..24.
Vamell Perry presiding.R i nandal secretary Mrs.EarnesUne EStelle Rt TOMMY'SHOME j
c y ,V.Daniel delivered the address and W. K.Harper was soloist ; ,James and- McNair

Mrs Marjorie Singleton, p-TApl'eSident. introduced guests and. Wright recording secretary; ; Mrs. 2,:Box 402, boy,Jan. 25.
Eva Hall, treasurer; Mrs. Bema and Mills Route
William'T. Harper, principal of Isaiah: Blocker, made observations. Kenneth Mary '
S'S. Hadley, ,reporter; Mrs. Bertha &.Box 762C, girl,.Jan.25. )

I FASHION FANTASY AT MONCRIEF SCHOOL Ford business manager and.Mrs. Jimmy and Evelyn' Jerido, 1898

feature of the Fashion, Fang io be presented Susie Rogers, chaplain.The Moncrief Ed, bey, Jan 25.
An outstanding club ,will ,meet Monday, '' Clark 819
of motor John ,and Dorothy }
4 School Moeday creak* wffl be the odeSag
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ai MOBS ealflte lay Mi*. Aaato Lee Apderym awl her daughterJoaa Feb. 17, at 8 p. mIn the home of Court D, ,girl Jan. 26- '
and Amghtef APPLIANCES
Mrs. Lmian"Moore, 1214 Odessa BookerandRuby Tisdale, 721
MmJeaaeft :
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'Mrs. ,Joaa SfwMtof a4 her daughter Windy: ms .
-- Street. Jefferson St, ,boy, Jan. 24
,I Saunders sad fee c am. Joaa.They will aodel aeniag.aBeradcn .i .
: 'Rudolph and Harriett",,Ed wards, '..
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and ereeteg wee 1279 'KINGS ROAD WEAK MYRTLE
model iadsfe. Mn. Haw! AffteW. Mrs.'EA Asdenoa 948 ,W.Beaver.SW girl Jan; 26.
direr : .
Hn. Brows PATRONIZE Eugene and Maple_Bsrkley, 660 : !
ad Ha. MagaeSa Call Brews. ,
Mss Joeeyhia Meaws. Brady Court boy, Jan. 29. CALL TODAY EL 5-2360. .. .
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Brow 5566
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Coivculioi The Reason For Trouble In Our Lives"

| One-Day

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I : ; h REV. R. A. KING ,
t' -. First Baptist Church at Jacksonville Beach will serve as host to PRESIDING ELDER.NORTH JACKSONVILLE DISTRICT
:IheC:one-day session of the East Florida and Bethany Baptist Asso- 11
DEUT. 32:1112As an Eagle stirreth her
up nest fluitereth
Ci iion on Wednesday, February 20.
over her spreadeth abroad her taketh
young wings them beareth
:>The host congregation which is
t them on her'wings: so the Lord did lead them.
.currently laying plans for the session j S. :;+ ci

is under the pastorate of the Women Pluuuig ,1 : k S This is a moot subject. Some schools of thought are as follows:

.;Rev. H. H.Wright. v .\* S First-that it is because of our parents' sins; Second-because of

fgtjhe new dining room of the To Raise $1508 our sins.
back their first
church. will be opened at the ,V They reason-
****** ing on the Scripture that says
.meeting.. _
Women of St. Johns Baptist .. "visiting the iniquity of the
ralhe parent body, under ,the R c.
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Church have met and organizedfor fathers unto the children to'the
geadership of the Rev. K. D. Britt,
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their twentyninthannual third and fourth generation.
moderator and minister of
the
\ celebration.' Mrs. Ella Jones has They back the second reason-
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SecOnd Baptist Church of Jack- been selected to serve the occa- ing on the many passages that
.Hpnville, has set an educational !
sion on Women's Day and raise a 1TF pronounce judgment on the in-
which is to be carried
fjprogram fund of $1,500.'The co-chairman is dividual because of his sins.
'i out with the completion of the
Mrs. Louise Walker and Mrs. But there is a third line of rea-
deferred business from the annual
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Alice Nixon is the secretary. soning, which Jesus gives in
'session. The Rev. W. M. Hill, pastor -
Treasurer Is"Mrs.. Alice Morgan, answer to the Disciples who
of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church
and Mrs. M. L. Butler is program ask, "Who did sin, this man ort
H ofJackzonville'is the vice-moder-
chairman. On the committee with his parents that he was born
lator. -
these persons are: Mrs. Willie Mae blind?" Said Jesus, "Neitherthis

The session will open Wednesday Hankins, chairman of the finance .....- 4 ..- man or his parents, but
"*' .are 9:30: a. m. with the Rev. committee Mrs. Hurlene Thomas, y- that might the of
( ; ys see glory
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HOLD REGULAR MEETING Members of the Brotherhood Union of Second Baptist Churchare
,,Mr. Britt_ presiding. chairman of public relations; Mrs. I God. Job comes under this t'. ,a
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at meeting held recently at the church.
a
seen S
Mrs. M. L. Johnson, Mrs. M. Anita Jackson, chairman of the category.
.,; Reading from left to right are:, (seated) D..S. Johnson financial secretary: G, W. Burns president
K. Gibson, Mrs. Mary Heard, W. sponsoring committee; Mrs. D. Since either one might hold,
: S. W. Flanders. rice president; G. W. Walker treasurer; Bailey Williams recording secretary:
G. Patterson, Alexander Heard Home, chairman of the tag com- we would like to address our-
I (standing), James Burns S. D. McKnight., Eddie.A., Crawford? and D. K. Taylor,
and a representative of the Lay- mittee and Mrs. Burma Nixon, selves to the latter.

men's Brotherhood will present a chairman of the beautician committee Why slavery? Why the entering of Ethiopia by Italy? Why

.program 'at 4 p. m. as well as Mrs. DUlie Day Spring BTU'Sponsors St. Paul To ,Present Men PreparingFor sickness: sorrow, disappointment, contrary winds, false friends and

(:An outline of the program. of Horne, Mrs. Sadie Alexander, bitter enemies? It is to stir us up. The best things in life do not

the Progressive Baptist State Mrs. Cora L. Harmon and Mrs. Festival Monday Night come asy. The things that are happening to us now as a race are

:Association and Convention will Vera..Wilson. Tea ..,- Annual DayMen to stir us up; to drive us closer together; to.help us to feel each

be given by the Rev. J. C. Sams, Also named were groups from A choir festival has been set for other's cares; and, best of all, to drive us back to God-that we

president of that body, and Mrs. No. 1 to No. 10, with,each having- The Baptist Training Union of the main auditorium of St. Paul may put our trust in Him and not in material things.

H. B. Miller, president of the a chairman. Day Spring Baptist Church will AME Church on Monday night, of Grant Memorial AME The incident in our text gives us the illustration. The eagle

,State' Senior Women's Auxiliary. sponsor ,tea Sunday, Feb. 17, in Feb. 18, scheduled to begin at 8 Church, Clay and Orange Streets, builds her nest high in the cliffs of the mountain. She puts togethera I

Both are from Jacksonville., the auditorium of the church. The o'clock. ., met with the minister last Friday nest of sticks, thorns, and stones; but she lines it with soft material.

Y'.Giving' reports at the session Abyssinia SeisHomecoming tea will feature the St..Valentine'sDay The festival will present the to prepare for ,the annual Men's When the eaglelets are old enough to fly, she stirs up the nest so

:will be the Rev. G. T. McCall, theme and will be held from Vesper Choir of St., Stephens Day observance which has been that the thorns, sticks and rocks begin to make it uncomfortable
set for Feb. 24. and they must move out. Then, she pushes them off the cliffs that
chairman of the District Mission 3 to 5 p.:m. AME Church, the No. 4 group, Sunday,
"Board, and pastor of Mt.:Vernon Day The Darnell-Cookman school and choirs'2 and 3 and the Ada Named as general chairman of they may begin to try their wings, for they must depend on them

-Baptist Church of Jacksonville; band, directed by James Bolden, Bracy Choir of the St. Paul the day was Israel Law and Ira for food and safety. She never leaves them clone, and when they

,f lie Rev. W. C. Neal, chairman of ProgramSunday will participate on ,the program, Church. Hymns, anthems, spirituals Coker was elected the cochairman. get weak and are about to fall, she flies under them and bears them I

the convention's educational which will also feature Miss Ida and other selections' will be General secretary is G. L up with her great wings. Her,aim-to teach them self reliance. They
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board; and the Rev. J. H. Hall, the Logan who will give the originof heard. Adams and J. L Preston is treas- must learn to fly by- flying.

district missionary. The Rev. Mr. A Homecoming Day program St. Valentine's Day. Contesting for the "Queen" title urer. The Rev. Fred D. Richardson -: God wants us to be a mighty race, and so He stirs us up; but '

Neal is minister of Jacksonville'sSt. will be observed Sunday after- Mrs. Alice Johnson is chairman will be Mrs. Thelma Belliny of is program chairman and Le-' He never leaves us-sometimes through the water and the fire, but

Thomas Baptist Church. noon, Feb. 17, beginning at 3 of the program committee and she the visiting Church and Miss roy Brown chairman of the finan- He only designs our dross to consume, and our gold to refine.

Expected to be heard in the o'clock in the' Abyssinia Baptist is assisted by Mrs. W. L. Smith Maggie Aaron of the St. Paul cial committee. Ira W.: Hemby is May' we see in these trials a loving Heavenly Father who only
Church.The'following'. wishes to get the best out of us.
AME Church. chairman of publicity. Ralph Tho-
'afternoon session Wednesday are and Mrs. Louise Holley.
,the Rev. E. ,Armster of Clear- persons will par- Mrs. Vernal Wilson is presidentof man is chairman of the usher
water chairman of the State Mis- ticipate on the program: A. K. the BTU.University. I board, and G: T. Lewis and A. V. S
Named Walker Heads Truevine Club
sion Board; the Rev. S. C. Cars- Kelly, Mrs. Nizell Clark, Mrs. A. Young People To Rose are the chairmen of the I

well of St. Petersburg, chairman B. Reed, Mrs. Myrtice French, Church Positions sponsoring and advertisement
.*' Mrs.: Malinda Hitt, Mrs. Lizzue Guild To Play High:
of the Home Department; and, the committees. I The Truevine Club District No. secretary. Mrs. Leila Waldon was
McCallister, Miss Delores Duncan,
Rev. T. C. Collier,,the state repre- Mrs. Mildred McKnight, Mrs. Let- In Anderson Junior HighThe The Ever\eady' Red ahd Blue The Rev. Mr. I. D.; Hinson is I 4 of Second Baptist Church, elected chaplain and Mrs. Marie
sentative for the Foreign Board. the pastor of Grant Memorial named officers this week for the Cooper was named chairman of
tie McQueen, Miss Dorothy Byrd, Workers of Fountain Chapel AME
The*latter: hails from Orlando. AME Church.Holiness. new year. The Rev. K. D. Britt is the sick committee.Mrs. .
Arthur Reed, Mrs. Lyrinett Price, Enrichment Committee of Church met this week in the
Mrs. S. M. Bivins, the male chorus Douglas Anderson Junior High church and elected officers for the minister of 'the congregation. Oria Surrency was elected

the Celestial Singers, and the School states that the faculty and new year., Named as deacon of the district chairman of the refreshment com-
Edward Waters Chorus club was George W. Walker, and i
Rev. and Mrs. B. ,I... Wynn. The student body will present the They are: Miss Helen Price, Union mittee; Mrs. Clara Calhoun was
Rev.'Mr. Wynn is minister of the Dramatic Guild of Florida A & chairman of the Reds, and Miss Walter Calhoun was elected as- elected chairman of the mission

: In Concert Sunday ,host church. M University, Tallahassee, ,in Dorothy .Hicks,:chairman of the Celebrates Us sistant deacon and trustee. Mrs. and education committee; and,
Marie and Leila Wal-
Cooper Mrs.
The public is invited to attend. "Night Falls Fast," on Monday; Blues. Miss Inell Anita Jones is Mrs. Missie i Richardson was

The Edward Waters College Feb.. 25, beginning,at 8 p. m. secretary Miss Velma Knight, reporter Second don were named deaconesses and named chairman of the miscel-
Glee Club, under the direction' of .I and Mrs.,Leola Daniels, in- BirlhdayThe Mrs. Johnnie Lee Barnes was laneous committee. Mrs. Leila

Miss Ruth Gregg, will be pre- Tabernacle YWA structor.. elected district secretary. Waldon was named chairman of

sented Sunday evening, Feb. 24, Fraternal HotesEUREKA Friday night of this week the Willing Workers Holiness Other club officers are: Mrs. the association and convention

,beginning at '7 o'clock: by the SponsorsSupper second quarterly conference will Union began its second anniver- Beatrice Cherry, president; Mrs. committee and Mrs. Annie R. Wil-

Young Women of Allen of Mt. LODGE NO. 51 be held at which time all boards sary program'Wednesday eveningof Clara Calhoun, vice 'president;
... f son was elected chairman of the
Mrs.
Margie Ferrell, secretary
t Zion AME Church, Newnan and Eureka Lodge No. 51 is sponsor- are"asked, to make written reports. this week, Feb. 13, and it will ;
J Beaver Streets. The Rev. W. F. The YWA organization of Taber- roast' Saturday continue and Mrs. Evelyn Luke, assistant pulpit aid board.
ing an .oyster The conference is ttf close Sunday through: Saturday night,
t Foster is minister. nacle Baptist Church will sponsor night,. beginning at 8 o'clock, in 'coming. Feb. 16, -in the First Penecostal I I .
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Each year these young women a Seafood Supper Friday night of the home of.Mr. and Mrs. WillieE. Church of the First Born, 1631
SERVICE
i present an outstanding group, and this week in the home of Mrs. Grimes, 1602 West 19th Street. West 23rd Street.,

; it is expected there will be a Ella Mae Norton, 1134 W. Sixth Proceeds will benefit the building. Resident Of City Dies; Wednesday night, 'Feb. 13, the (Tf) $2.00

t large audience on hand to see and St. Friends are asked to.please fund. Leaves Many Relatives Penecostal Church, ''Bishop Ed- CALLS :

_hear the Edward Waters College attend. Joseph Butler is ,the worshipful ward White, pastor, had charge; FAST RADIO DISPATCH SERVICE

L ;. group.fWomeit's. The program of the evening is master of lodge.S. and Thursday night the Brooks
CALL EL 6-2049
PALATKA=The death of Mrs.
I to begin at 8:15 o'clock. Prayer House, with Elder R. Gibbons !
Addie Jane Williams of 801 N. GUARANTEED SERVICE :.
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16th Street ''this city is regrett d.
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Lily White Lodge No. 126 will service.
Day Senior Choir And Ushers sponsor a tea Sunday, Feb. 17, 3 She died early Friday morning in Friday night of this week is set

in the home of Mrs. Maggie her:, home. for Talent .
p. m., Night. Mrs. Mary Smiley -: -

{ Set For Sunday Will Present Program Jenkins Mrs. Annie, 1611 L.West Huff 17th will deliverthe Street. County'and She was a native had lived of Columbia here 15 will. Marian be mistress White of,ceremonies.Mrs. founder of. OOOO@lfMJ( OOMJ@( @,L ) W

She was member of the ,
The Senior Choir and Usher address. years a the organization announced that

i The annual Women's Day obserVance Boards Nos. 1 and 2 of the Ephesus Mrs. Jenkins ;s general chairman Calvary Baptist Church, the ,Rev. there will be preaching Saturday February 17-24

will be held Sunday, Seventh-Day Adventist of the committee-and will be Lloyd Greene pastor_ and she night. {:
I' Feb. 17 in the Asbury Methodist Church will present a musical assisted by Mesdames Mable served as member of Choir No. 1. BrotherhoodBelieve

Church, the Rev. L McPherson, program Sunday ,night, .Feb. 24, Young, Ada Reeves, Maude Kelly She was also a member of the It Live It '

pastor. beginning at 7:30( o'clock in the and Mrs Marie Cooper, president Pallbearer Lodge Na. 89,here and Support ItSpooMftd ,

The following officers have church. Thomas Williams is general man- the. Community Praying Band.D. by .

been selected to serve: Mrs. Los- The Gospel Chorus of West ager. A. Boyd and Sons had chargeof TMi, NATIONAL CONFftlNCI i

sie Limbric general chairman; Union Baptist Church,will serveas S .. the body and buriaL The hus- Of CMKISTIAKS AND AWSWilliam I

Mrs. Anna Harris, co-chairman; the guest board, and the Male GRAND. UNION PRESIDENT band Dewitt '''Williams, daughters v k

Mrs Irene Ward secretary; Mrs. Chorus of Day Spring Baptist SPEAKS v and sons.and others survive.for .

Lizzie Wilson, financial chairman; Chifrch, and the choir of Berean Rev. W. B. Robinson, Grand L Harvey Judge

t Mrs. Esther Chapman, chairman Seventh-Day Adventist Church of President of the Grand Union r Criminal Court of Record Duval County +

I of music; Mrs. Margaret Williams, St. Augustine, will appear on the Pallbearers Lodge of the State of

.r chairman of ushers; Mrs. ,Letha program of the"evening. The Rev. Florida delivered the principal PEACE and

f Thompson'chairman of youth and W. M. Cummings ,is minister of address at SU Stephens AME FREl:00A1: a- ,

I sponsors; Mrs. Hallie Singleton, West Union Church, and the Rev.: Church last Wednesday evening. !

| chairman of the decorations committee C. A. Weaver is minister of the Plans were made at the meetingfor egocitn24LOUIS

J ; Mrs. Dorothy Murray Day Spring Church congregation.An the Grand Lodge, which will

l chairman of the program committee invitation has'been extended -J t I convene,in Gainesville.'during the REK GROCERYJames /, i\ciUvsiii: : firn

and.Mra. Grace Bailey, acting to all" members and friends,by month of May. Genwrisht,. Manager A FRIEND

'as pastor for the day. Elder F. 'S. Hill the Ephesus 1d 's. Eloise Caine,is deputy and IAM inii: sOur \\ i J

Many events have been planned Chur minister, and Mrs. Clem Rev. G. W. Miller is reporter.ST. J'I'

in connection with the celebration entine :Wiggins,, program committee liberal Each account is .
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: very CURRENT RATE
and the public is invited to attend. chairman.I""Jacksonville's .,MARY'S' SOCIETY comings art cow- insured ap to
?x : I St. Mary's Benevolent Society powtded S. .1- $10,000 by the

: 1I will sponsor a tea Sunday, Eeb. \) txiAr "Eti' Annually in this cm Association Savings 3 1/cy 0 Federal Savings I

; West Outstaying Mipisttr J 17, 3:30 to 6 p. In., in the Sunshine which is ,end Loan .Insurance s I
Spiritual Church.Center, 674 Florida chartered and tapcnrised Corporation I
I VOTE .BLANK -I II I II Avenue. Mrs. M. Coleman is by the OF. DIVIDEND authorized by an '
.PEIRUARY Ftfcnwry 17-24 U.S. Gover!!!!-, act of Congress.. 1
of the .
; rNome > .. president society. ,
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.- meet on Wednesday, Feb.2oth.( ... i
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of Mlalttei' : 7:30 p. m. at 1082 Davis Street;

.:1 ; 1. ."'; -,., t' '.J I w All mefnbersare, asked to come; Satchwell Inc.
:.t' .rw' J Electric Construction Co.
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._ Pa tor1: -":.,/, .' ;-1'. .:.,.... .,- "- prepared',to'paytheir. dues for the I -,

:- Note. off. Church. ... ] month of February. Rev. G. W. -2922 ,Old St Augustine Road,
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I Court Orders School; Boards :To 'Integrate Schools j *. .


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; Norfolk: And Newport! News Givei Man Gets Put In JailOr ,.,..2 *

Stealing Nine Coats *
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Henlical ,Desegregation Orders a ,
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M .S: 1.:: \$ \ *

_>___ _____ __ A 33-year-old man was held
: NORFOLK Va. A United States District Judge Walter E. Sunday for Federal Court action c *

Hoffman, Tuesday ordered the Norfolk School Board to abolish segregation on-a charge of stealing an inter- 41+ *
in the public schools by August 15, this year. state shipment of nine, women's q xyav: : 4r, 'Yt.w .

.' Hoffman entered aij identical coats valued at more than $300. .,Wy ..vhiS..., 5 S :' ..'S4 '...
order against the Willie Dan Roberts of 824 West .
Newport News +
School Board Monday. He took Wife Shoots Husband; Duval Sfc/was held in $1,000 bail Y '

the after a hearing before U. S. Commissioner
action
without leaving the i/we'
-bench at the conclusion of the Also 4- ear- BoyPALATKA T. V. Cashen. :

two-hour hearing of a desegregation An FBF agent accused Robertsof

suit brought against the Nor- Luke Porter and stealing two cartons containingthe *
coats from the platform at the
folk School Board by parents of his wife Mrs. Annie Mae Porter
Negro pupils. Railway Express Agency's Myrtle *
-, of the Rodman section, near here, Avenue terminal about 1 a. m. .. 5
The jurist told the defendants were being held here this weekon Sunday., The agent said the coats fg I I.i a
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that if they will submit to him
in connection unloaded.from
open charges were being a trac-

before Aug. 15 a, plan providing with a shooting Sunday in, which 'tor-trailer based on Jamesburg, <.': ''
for compliance with the U.S. Su the husband was hit twice by bul- N. J. A Up of the rtpsi cap to
preme Court desegregation decree these outstanding: Teaag
lets and a four-year-old child, T. *
Americans, who make ow.
and will
promise to carry the J7 Stewart, Jr., was wounded crit- : country and ear community:
plan the out despite the governor anot ically.The latter was struck in the $10 Is GrabbedIn a better place in which to flu
Legislature
he will approve *
kidneys, stomach and intestines.He

1W The Norfolk School Board" could hospital.was entered in a St. Augustine Siore Holdup'Two ,, *

have submitted a reasonable plan armed men grabbed just t4 \* : 4 *
for gradual The wife is accused of shootingher .l
compliance if the
$10.in bills ,and change in a store
General husband and the small boy. *
Assembly hadnot made
hold-up Monday night early. One
"whipping boys of school Several persons are held by *
superintendents of the unidentified men had an ,
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witnesses. 4.;:: a'yaa
police as
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Hoffman said. I automatic, pistol and the other a *
Norfolk had endeavored "to blackjack, it was stated. 4
I formulate some ideas and I ..
plans The men, in their thirties, enter-
t. "looking toward eventual integration EWC Librarian ed the Moncrief Food Market, *

I I in the schools, Hoffman said. 2003 Moncrief .Road, about 7:45p.
"But the General Assembly put said the William *
m.. proprietor,
everything in reverse in September. Reviews Book"Don't Obi. *

I am glad the Norfolk of the The "gun was pointed at Obi

Legislature did not participate in when he turned to get a package *
Go Near The Water"
that action. by
a of ordered cigarets, while the ., *
The William Brinkley was reviewedat
Legislature 'opposes inte-
other man held in the open the
gration. the Branch YWCA last Thurs ANNIE BELL GRANT *
blackjack. Obi's pocketbook was
day evening by Mrs. Willye F. ,
Matthew W.
'bt t. Gilbert
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and
I. asked for found blank, and a'le' a High School *
Dennis, librarian at Edward
FLORIDA then the robbers ordered the cash
STAR Waters College. Annie Is an honor student *
L registered opened and took all and member of the senior
class. She won the title of
IN EVERY The program was under the auspices $10 and fled. They headed down a"::!.:::.'i; .. a : :kx3 : Miss Matthew Gilbert of *

I .,of the ,Booklovers' Guild, Reiman St. DeL Sgts E. R. Run- .. ltW.r".A'JS'r....a::.+ks,,'.:;},;x}.ti\r.at-. 'i',.:+,::,.wx r :::: ,* 'fi.; ? cular 1956. 1.activities Her extra-curri-include *
I COLORED HOME headed by Mrs. Sallye B. Mathis. yon and J. C. Flynn investigated. i14 a. being president of NHA
class secretary and editor
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of the yearbook. She is
affiliated with the Sweet-
SPONSOR ANNUAL BRIDGE TOURNAMENT Members of the Cosami Bridge'Club seen here field Baptist Church., *

are sponsors of a bridge tournament scheduled to be held April. 18, 8:00 p. nu in the Wilder Recreation .
Your
f. Old Structure
Wooden
: Center, Third and Mt. Herman Streets. ** .

First row, top to bottom Mrs. Vermal J. McCone, president; Mrs. Barbara Bentley, rice president A Hk

:.. : OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING ; Mrs. Juanita Bell secretary; and Mrs. Essie D. McCray, treasurer. *

-' ;; Second row, fop to bottom Mrs. Margaret Starkes business manager; Mrs. Louise G. Guinyard;

;.. CAN NO.W BE CONVERTED <:.' ; Mrs. Carolyn Washington, aid Mrs. Eddie Mae, Johnson. *

; Third row, top to bottom.Mrs. Lula Courtney, Mrs.. Ruby H. Dwight. Mrs. Sarah Wright, and Mrs. *I

Into A Beautiful Brick Horns Elizabeth Simmons. t

The tournament will benefit the Jacksonville Urban League. (Story on Page 3.) if

t Bed Brick -:- EggShell White -:- Buff "


1 Here Is Actual Proof Before Bricking Law Enforcement Exams Play With"Knife Is Cause I Tennis Club a


Now Open With Sheriff Of ,Knifing Her HusbandWillie 1 ; ,<>

SelsMeeling '
Young men who can qualify may Abram, 28, of 1038 Pearl ,. $
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start on a career of law enforce- St, was_ treated for ,two stab *
The Eureka-Lavilla Tennis Club
ment with the Duval County wounds Monday night. RONALD HALL
will accept membership fees dur- New Stanton Senior
(Jacksonville) Road Patrol the 'Questioned by police, Abram High School
ing the second regular monthly
local sheriff stated earlier this Ronald Is a member of the
said he and his wife, Mrs.,Loraine
senior class and honor
meeting scheduled to be held Sun- an
week. He is al Cahill.. Abram 28, of the same address, student. His extracurricular -
day, February 17, 6:00: p. m.at activities Include
He is now accepting, he said, with knife in their
were playing a the Wilder Recreation Center. membership In the mathematics -
applications for employment bedroom club and the Blue .
when she stabbed him. .. .
Devils Marching and Con.
deputy traffic officer.-To qualify, "Neither one of us was mad.We Frank Priestly, president of the cert bands. He is co-cap-
club, will outline the duties of the tain of the band and is a
the must be between 25 "
applicant always play with a knife, Abram member of St. Stephen
and 35 years' old, have minimum told investigating officers.Florida committees at the meeting Sun- AME Church..

height. of five feet, 10% inches -s. day. Committee members are as * *

and weigh at least 170 pounds. follows:
.t \ yt He must have lived here at least I 1 Executive-F. B. Priestly, Julius *

M Normal'sHonor Guinyard, Charlie Walker,
-I -ir five years and a registered voter. *
I Emmett N. Reed, Sr., Emrett
must
All,applicants pass physical
It Groomes, Willie Smith, Mrs. Mon- *
mental and moral examinations
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IJ t -The Scone Home After Bricking and must attend a twoweeks' Students roe and Miss Josephine Troy; Improvement -:, *

J training schooL. Application and PlanningMantonMaple i *
5' Rufus Fletcher, Charlie f
blanks may be obtained at
if the Duval County Civil Service Dean Lawrence-C. Bryant an- Walker and Mrs. Monroe; Trans- *
nounces the honor students at portation-Charlie Walker, Man-
Board office,221.E. Adams St.
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., ; : .. Florida Normal and Industrial ton Maple, Emrett Groomes, r .
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" \S \ Memorial for the first
.S College Frank Chatman, Henry Daniels, *

J: ? L.i : \\ Patronize, Star Advertisers semester ending January 19, 1957. Mrs. Leila Gray and Miss Aretha

$w The highly prized Dean's list Jones; Tournament Planning- ; *
.
rtr: consists of the names of students Emrett Groomes Carlton Bryant, *

Sales Representatives who have carried not less than Henry Daniels, Mrs. Ruth Smith
jFtI
BETTY JEAN RANDALL
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b'' J.:'.'..:', .. .."""", ,,,,,,,, twelve semester hours of work and Miss Josephine Troy; Social- lames Weldon Johnson .
a ';' for the semester and whose scholarship Miss A.Jones, John A. Wright, J. Junior High School *

: in terms of grade points Guinyard, F. Chatman, Mrs. Sal- Betty is a member of the
I s I average is not less than 2.50 withno lie Bryant, Mrs. L. Gray and Miss 9-1 class and an honor *
student. She is vice president -
r iii14t :ywYR grade less than "B" The Pearl Chatman. of her homeroom anda *
\ ; member of the Photography
a r,r M ..Y- .. Dean's list: Geneva C. Macon, Club. She is afflli-* *
West Palm Beach, 3.0; Lillie Dan- ated with the New Hope
Baptist Church and a Junior
; +.K Y%
w Q iels,.West Palm Beach, 2.8; Carrie Sunday School teacher.Congratulations *

II It t -$ .' .: a.Yi ..J..y Owens, West Balm Beach, 2.8; RITZ *
I Alta J. Crosby, Jacksonville, 2.7;
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:2 > Joseph Pete, Pierce, 2.7; Alphonso *

,. AAw1y Sutton, :Riviera Beach, 2.7; Ber- "*

I'; nice Williams, Pahokee, 2.7; Jefferson I boa C s7.t'.. from Pepsi

:\:11:1: Jones Jr., Gainesville, 2.6; T ILTjjE Cola to these three Marl

; Mary J. Northern, Bunnell, 2.6; ,z Award wiantn

BRICKING ELIMINATES COST OF UPKEEP INSULATES YOUR HOME Damon Selmore, St. Augustine, Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

:. Warmer In 'Winter Cooler In Summer 2.6; Gertna Williams, Miami, 2.6; GL 4. salutations Pepsi Cola
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TEEN-TIME, WRHC, 1400
I Janie Wilson, Ft. Lauderdale, 2j6j= *
.. ClrfT on your dial, Saturdays
. ;q F COSTS ,.LESS :THAN PAINTING Pearlie Wilson, Ft Lauderdale 10:43 to 11:45 A.M.
C I' 2.6; Ella P. Giles Jacksonville, HELP IT z
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, I' NO MONEY DOWN I. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS J.jS I _________________ __.___m__.__________ 2.51, can M M aw .
l making r
,, Those a grade point *
B u rra e gh s has bean
average of not less than 2.00 withno Wit"-
appointed Sales Jlepreseatative for *
j FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Powell Little Folks Store 524 grade less than "B" comprisethe FATS DOMINO

Hogan Street. Honor RolL The following LITTLE RICHARD *

: '. : : PHONE EL 4-5863 Powell's' carries a complete line of students are on this list: Sollie THE GENE PLATTERS YICIENT *
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cribs mattresses, bassinettes,
baby
Mitchell, Jacksonville, 2.5; Willie And Many Others
: play pens, high chain, bathiaets. CoFeature"THE
Strollers and other' Nursery Fishery Alachua, 2.4; 'Gladys Hu- *
." accessories -
rf RACK"With
It' CO. Miami 2.4 Rosa Jackson,
I 3P : WILLARD CONSTRUCTION mes, ; PAUL NEWMAN
Powell's also i has the, the largest selection Orlando, 2.4: ; Billy Baskin, Perry, Tha "SOMEBODY UP THERE
of toys 'city. Spring
2.3 Johnny Campbell Panama
; LIKES ME GUY"Starts
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SING .NEW :EXCITING COLOR BLENDS toys now available, iaclade wading -
INSULATED
IN .
i SPECIALIZING. pools; swing sets, sBdes/wheel. City, 2.3; Ruthel Phillips, Haw-
; s edacatioaal 'toys aad many smaller. thorne, 2.3; Carolyn Bain Miami, Wednesday

Mr.AlL TYPES REMODELING toys thot..re,ideal for birthday gifts.PoweHV 2.2; Anois Golden, Marianna 23; ; First Run Western"STRANGER Pepsi ColaDealers

rr NEW HOMES. also sappKer educational Lillian King Jacksonville 23; AT .off
t toys, pozzies;; books etc. to many 5.
: [ AT LOW COST AT' REASONABLE RATESCALL church L ..narseries and kladergorteas. Willie Latson,Palatka, 2.2; James MY DOOR" JacksoarinoRcfrtsa

George will' ''be happy to ';call on Thurston, Pompano, 2.2; Ethel -Al.o- f
you to discuss'' you needs and invites Gaines, Jacksonville, 2.1; Charles BURT LANCASTER
; OUR PRICES CANT BE BEAT "his' many 'friends to contact 'TRAPEZE" V"
US AND BE CONVINCED.< -- bias'whei'1aI..eI' of ".lnealle- Furi Crosby, Jacksonville 2.0; .HenryN. without flung kayo a Ptpdi

S .,-, .- -- S -......"'_ .. ,. -. Si ..i_niture,,-_Nursery 1.--Accessories' or toys. Jones, Sarasota,'2.0. .
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.,:, Last week Mrs. Edna Norton was the happy recipient of the

;mole passes. She is the former Miss Edna.Reynolds of Jacksonville. F, i

.. This week our, invitation goes i srt ; __ -

to. a lady who has a hobby of Ethel Daughtry Mr. Elmer Reed.I .. &

raising flowers. Several years ago Mrs. Albert Davis and Mr. Joe

she lived in Detroit. Her hus- William
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band's nickname is that of a for- 4 A
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,mer great statesman of England.She h

is a member cf the Mt. Tabor. Palatka

First Baptist Church. L am sure -

sheknows this is meant for her SILVER TEAA

and if she will contact me I will Silver Tea will be presentedin tR :,k

.give,her two passes so that she the home of Mrs. Edreatfia : _

can take her husband, W. C. H.. Royal, 606 N. 11th; Street in the M"

;as her guest. interest of Allen Chapel AME

Church, this city. It is asked that

there will be a large attendance.It :;:: :i
The
Community Male Chorus
is stated further that .the ,
will render after service Sunday .
an order _
'. regular of service will be
night at the Calvary Baptist %' __
observed Sunday with the minister '-( :4.
Church. This affair is being :
sponsored the Rev G. Rice, deliveringthe -, :
by Mrs. Amanda Woods. 7
sermons.Therein be singingto -
Mrs. Benjamin Douglas is the di .
support. "
rector.Professor W.C. Belton will .* i r ... :c

preside at the piano.. The public YOUTH ASSN. AT : ....'fI. .'.) ,. .
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is urged to attend. CHURCH OF GOD r 1.,. f. ,- ;",, f"I
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The Youth Association of Flor- : :w f ; ,!' ,
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Mrs. Bertha Spells returned to Ida will present a youth program p___ ,,' -- .
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Palatka last week from Miami Saturday-night of this week, Feb. ; .

where she has been at the bedsideof -16,'in the Chur .of God in Christ. j -1: church will also present the Beth-

her brother who has been quite Bronson and 16th Streets. ; ; une-Cookman Concert Choir in

ilL Appearing will' be the Gospel __ the Richard Murray High School

I Four ,the Garrison Specials, the iTjd ____ Gymnatorium, Tuesday evening.

Mrs. Lillie Ingram, formerly of Christian Gospel Singers and April 2. The public is asked to

k Palatka but now of Philadelphia, others. Friends are invited and ; j5 attend.

was in Palatka visiting relativesand will note that the program is bill- ; t

friends. ed to begin at 8:15 p. m.. f ,
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Funeral services for Mrs. Addle ?3 T+' roy D
E WOBSPROGRAM : tlEE IU"flt''P
Davis who passed away Thursdaf i f'l1 ,

night at her home, was held at SCHEDULE : Ik
YIg
Calvary Baptist Church with Rev. ) jerAJre
f i.+a
L. D. Green officiating. MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE S # !
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42- SS News A Weather &
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.357:90 Heaven's Road Deacon -
( + JuL __
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Simmonswas Grace)
i. called to Ocala last ,:00- I'M News ft Weather
Sunday
,. ,:a- SM Morning Caper (Bob '
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to attend the funeral of the late Hudson) iS! .E G } "' .
.. S- 133 News Weather
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Mr. Will Herrington a relative of 8439&9 Moraine Capers (Bob z t. r y f" ry', jiS Ie
:', Mrs. Simmons. Hudson) '
.**- 943 News Weather '
9:03-10:00 Jumping Show (Johnny: .

..- Friends of Mrs. Dora Vreen are 1.OG-I.G3'Hew.Shaw)ft; Weather :w d

glad to see her able to be-up and 19.-03-1140 Gospel Grace)Train No. I (Deacon z iI1Iil411

out again after being ill for the 11:00.11:03 News ft Weather
: 1143-12:06 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon
two weeks.
I past. Grace)
r 1240-1245 Local News'(Yvonne :
Daniels) ,
"This reporter celebrated his 1245-12OS Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel) ; ,
12:14140, Noontime Tonettme II
birthday last week in Ocala on (Yvonne Daniels)

his regular weekly business visit. 140143 News ft, Weather
1432:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
Grace) ._
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240243 rrews ft 'Weather -- -- ---
Mrs. Corene Ellis was called to ,243340 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon HISTORIC EVENT Depicted above arWie nes of the third anniversary celebration of Ken KnIght's "Swwi Chariot" program 1 .
/
.' Pelham Ga. last Sunday to attend 3#.- 343 News Grace)ft Weather heard nightly over station WBHC. The photo 'at top left shows a portion of the crowd of gospel musIc lovers who Jammed the Dural
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the funeral of her' aunt. 343440 Jnmpin.Shaw) Show (Johnny Armory lat Sunday night to Us capacity to witness the erenL Miss Catherine Caldwell who was cowned.en Sweet Chariot is seen U Iron Deficiency Anemia

., : 443 Newt ft Weather at top center: and Eric O. Simpson FLORIDA STAR editor and publisher who served as master of ceremonies seen at top right. Has Sapped Your Strength

Friends of Mrs. Cora Mae Kin 44 3-1:00 Jnmpln'Shaw) Show (Johnny The scene: at bottom left shows an other View of the audience, enthralled by the stirring gospel musk and finally. Ken Knight 5.5.5. Tonic' builds better

: non will be glad to know that she 540543 News ft Weather thanks the audience and the the for the tribute paid to him. -
is convalescing in her home*after 53-, 5:45 Jumping Show (Johnny : participants on program health.. strengthens weak
Shaw)
I blood. '
S.S.S. made of
" being quite ill for several days. SATURDAY SCHEDULE TonIc

.S40C4Z flay News Sign On ft Weather Ken Celebrates Nature's own roots and
Wcseonnett Knight Anniversary WiHistpn
.: *- 740'Heaven's Road herbs,has vital iron to build
The many friends of Mrs. Lillie 740743 News ft Weather rich red blood.
;
Mae Rankins will to learn 1=oJ- S40 Moraine Capers (Bob CHURCH OF GOD So give your
regret Hudson) Of His11Sweefr Chariot" whole
The anniversary of Greater Program family an energy lift
;; of her passing which! .occurred S40S43 News ft Weather Revival services are continuing
843940 Morning Capers (Bob .. Zion Grove Baptist Church will get back your pep.
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Sunday night in Jacksonville Hudson nightly here hi the Church of God
" .k ) s.s.s. Tonic makes
r Feb. 18 with feel
begin Monday night, ,
.:to- 943 News ft Weather Knight you
after a lengthy illness. Ken popular WRHC disc-jockey ,celebrated the third in Christ Evangelist R. L. Lambert
.,.. 943-1040 Jtunpin Show (Johnny the Rev. Kayto Byrd of St. Mark good again fast or your
;0t Shaw) anniversary of his "Sweet Chariot" program in the Duval Armorylast is in charge and is being
1040-1043 News ft Weather Baptist Church in charge of serv- money bach Now in liquid
3r t 1043-1140 Gospel Train No 1 (Yvonne Sunday night with a capacity audience witnessing the performances assisted by Elder G. Hughes of
-r The Slh division of the 11th District Daniels ces. The choir and usher board or tablets at all drug
of Florida of the American 1140-1143 News ft) Weather !I are the sponsors, and the Rev. of a galaxy of singing groups radio and newspaper. personalities Alachua counters. SAVE! Buy tho
; 1143-1240 Gospel Train No 1 (Yvonne who appeared on the program. Sunday, Feb. 17, the Song Birdsof '
Legion held its Constitutional Daniels) Robert Brooks is'minister of the large economy size!
., Conference in Daytona last Sun- 1240-1245 Local News (Yvonne host church. -serving as moderator was we Tampa will sing here in the

time Mrs. Carrie 12: S-12:15 Job Daniels Mart) (Yvonne Daniels) On Tuesday night, Feb. 19, the Rev. D. B. Barnes, pastor of JML. al Gospel Singers, and the.. Master same church and the program is CLARA WARD

Chisom of Palatka was re-elected 12U5140, Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tnnetteie) Rev. A. E. Crumady minister of Calvary Baptist Church at Fern- Keys. set to start at 8:15 p.m.It is asked Famous Gospel

' prM1 nt.Pa1atka, was well rep.r 140- 143 News ft Weather the St. Paid Baptist Church, Jacksonville andina and Eric O. Simpson, edi- A highlight of the event'was the that friends wUt'please attend. Sin er, says, v
1:03.2x1Gospel Train No. 2 (Yvonne
r r resented by the following persons Daniels) will preach and the tor and publisher of the FLORIDA crowning of "Miss Sweet Chariot"in "If you're weary

Mrs. Carrie Chisom Mrs. Ethel 243340 240243 News Saturday ft Weather session (Johnny choir and congregation of the St.. STAR acted as master of which'the title was bestowed St. AugvstinTRINITY and there's no song
Shaw ceremonies for the historic cele- on Miss Catherine CaldwellThe in your heart you
k )
; Smlth.-In. Rosa Lee James. Mrs. 340- 343 News ft Weather Paul Church will aid him in the i entire under may be tired and
343- tot Saturday Session (Johnny services. Friends invited. bration. program was
are I slowed down because -
Shaw) Those who appeared included: the supervision of Solomon Tim- METHODIST CHURCH of Iron
; 4404:03 News ft Weather
I: Mandarin 443540 Saturday Session (Johnny Mrs. Laura Jackson the Rev. L J. mons, well known impressario of The Trinity Methodist Church, DeficiencyAnemia.

r-. six _. 540543 News Shaw)ft Weather -HoroscopeCoatisuod Hayes Mrs. ,Louvenia Quarterman gospel programs. the ,Rev. Roosevelt Dell, Jr., min

, 54355, Saturday au.-Session (Johnny the Celestial Spiritual Singers ister, will present its annual TrySALToate

_i REV. H. L. JENKINS SUNDAY SCHEDULES the Versiteers, the Golden Body Of Palatfon Found, church fair, Monday and Tuesday, to WAd

v- AT FIRST BAPTIST I 8:02845:to- C42 alp News On ft Weather ( from page 2) Jubilee Singers, Mrs. Kelly, Mel- March 4 and 5, in Rutledge Hall. up rich

845740 HeavenM Road (DaceGrace neighborhood unless Chairman and Co-Chairman! redS blood?
The Rev. H. L. Jenkins, minister ) or squabbles vin Grace, Mrs. Inez Bivens with Dead By Sheriff In firm re-
'- ;-v 740743 News ft Weather there is a sure sign that you Intervention her protege, little Jacqueline Fort spectively for the fair are: Ralph
t
of the New Mt. Olive
Baptist 743730 Heaven's,Road (Deacon will be authoritative and the Gospel Echoes the Sensation- Rackard and Nathaniel Watson. It
E[ < Church will have of Grace) t PALATKA-Sheriff E. W.Pel-:
charge services ,7:30840 Latimor Gospel Sinters reasonably,_slue of restoring har- licer reported that the [ t? on Wednesday,.Feb. 20, in the (Live Gospel 1JBItq) .
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..-'130 Hearing Waters (oraf mony. As .long as you can side- year-old Edward: Peterson, a fireman the committee that friends will .j
First Baptist Church this of
city
,
Roberts) 'FIIUIIIiIa INdt !
step showdowns of a serious and please attend.
: was''found at box firm
which the Rev. W. M. Daniel is 1:> 940 Jaz Revival Center (Rev. a
/ Eunice Riley conclusive nature, you can look here'Monday. Officers and members of the
F minister. He will be accompanied '''HM Bishop S. C. Johnson I
1940-1030 Heaves Fire : forward to the coming months PECK HIGH SCHOOLThe
Gospel SteersLive Pellicer said Peterson's body
! by the congregation of his church.
( Gospel Staging)
with greater optimism. The time senior class of Peck High
was buried in the sawduSt"and he
1030-1045 Temple ot God (Es?. W. B.
11. Services Sunday of this week in Herbert) to' broaden horizons is not School will its class
-" the First Baptist Church will be U)4S-1149 Heaven's Road (Deacon your. present play, apparently had suffocated. You Etat't Have f* Go to T.wn to Get
too.far off. "The Phantom of the
) High Peterson had clocked in at the
.. in the usual order with the News I
pastor 11#-11x3 ft- Weather
.. ? 1143-1240 Heaven's Road (Beacon I 2301171Z:31I : School, Wednesday evening Feb. box firm at 3:45: p. m. His body
j .. -t"delivering the 11 a. m. sermon.At Grace) I 27, at.the SchooL, It-is scheduled was found at 6 p. m. by an em- LOW PRICES.-
I. 40-1X43: News ft Weather
the 3 m. service Sunday the
p. 1245140 Heaven's Road (fie ',PISCES to begin at 8oclock. ploye and city police were noti-
6 : Rev. W. M. Campbell minister of
I ; 140143 New)Weather Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 Leading characters are Miss fied. A coroner's inquest was to
ir-i ,,'" the Mt Zion AME Church, will Ow VMr
143. 130 Heaven's Road (Yvonne' Joyce Boone and Jack MitchelL have been held.
There is still to be
1. $: preach and will have a part of his Daniels) nothing .
1 130- 240: MU Ararat Baptist ChrchRev. .
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gained by trying to enforce: --
I %congregation with him. ( Dallas Graham) your
: 2* 340 Jaleo Gospel Review will: in the, face of .immovableobstacles .. WG STOIE"IEEDSr )
I L There will be held consecration (Live Gospel Singing) -
1 340440 God's Holy shrine (Mother :which could impel you
j
! \-services. "begmning at 6:45: p. m. Rosa Woods) ,,;;I-
to nap write or decide things that '
;and the pastor will preach. Choir 440-. Church God to Christ With Yaw Nkb&hoo4 Drug Store
Elder ChartM Beck should allowed to remain dor-
'r.r ,nNa 1 and Usher Board No. 1 will 540- 543-News ft Weather forPEACE"

;t. -' Z':f: "".Nserve.,:::' during the day. 545 5:45 Heaven's BMlftii) Road ,(Yvonne- extract mant for great the time comfort being.from You can the tf no ] i\ =:. We Will Meet Any Prices ArfyerHsedIn

e. y Mfci. sympathy, advice ,and support of : Your Local _Paperswool's

3 # 1EB0SEIE Tor Pzaapt yoer friends, old and new, when Bgp1HERHppFREEDOM .
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you expose the nature of yourBe&mas '

}. Delyery ,to them. A greater DIllE PHARMACY

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Will Fonrieei' Leilemei. Misiiig ,, Title' Boil l To Agree Oi Call Off:Games Exhibition, Tear ney Jacobus director said George.the entries Jacobus.of Rob-

inson, Jimmy Foxx, hall of fame
r BROOKLYN '- The Brooklyn member and coach of the University
Spring' football predict' gel underway at ,Florida A fc M ,Uni i' CLEVELAND"We1terweIght 1957 CoiiraclMILWAUKEE TALLAHASSEE Florida A Dodgers vice president Buzzie of Miami baseball team and
f. T.rriiy. for the Battlers, with, sIxTf-fira candidates rtportinf,:and Champion Carmen Basilio andchalljy8ercJohnny & M High was forced to call off Bavasi announced that the Dod- Bobby Morgan Philadelphia Phil
among those reporting were fire freshmen. from JackcnTU)e4 'I Saxton, whom its scheduled basketball game last gers have cancelled their tradi- lies infielder brought the total
I f, With the loss of his ace backfield Basilio defeated, for the crown, The Milwau- Friday night with Port St. Joe tional spring exhibition tour of :entrants to 100. Robinson and
men, Coach Jake Gaither hasalready I'have been pronounced physically kee Braves and their- star center. because four of the starting players the South because of legislation Foxx will compete in the inactive
expressed the idea that FOrmer JUklelwHoiered flt' fori.thei.I5round title .match fielder Billy Bruton have not been and two other members of the forbidding "mixed" athletic con- major league group.
the backfield will be weaker-and in* Cleveland. Feb. 22 after an able to come to terms for the ,team failed to make: passing :tests in certain areas. Already on the scene getting

I slower when the football season : IT .flifcI e examination, by the Cleveland 1957 baseball season according to grades. 'II' "We're 25 Dodgers. some Negroes ready for: the three day meet at
1 opens, but. his line: will be about taxing Commission physicians.The the latest announcement from the ,. The starters, Theodore Allen, ," he said. Miami Springs were Yankees
. the same. Ailaila Ga. third, match between the Braves front office., David Brown, Peter Livingstonand Yogi Berra, Mickey Mantle, and
i Coach Gaither said,the Rattlersare ,_ two was formerly scheduled for Bruton has been mentioned Elijah Montgomery, and re- I Coach Clarence Montgomerysaid Billy Martin. Early Dodger arri.
losing, 14 lettermen which includes the Cleveland"Arena for Jan. 18, often as trade bait, and very re- serves.William Jones and Claude he would play out the schedule vals-include Don Newcombe, Junior
halfbacks Willie ,GaUmoret ATLANTA Three former but it was postponed when Basilio cently the talk has been that he Robinson were all declared in- 'with junior 'players and GWiam, Gil Hodges. Larry
1 and AI Frazier, fullbacks Jesse great athletes of Florida A-.and.M succeed-a: bruised. right:hand intraining' might wind upat Philadelphia in I eligible.Harold Floyd was the one I Floyd Next game was scheduled Doby, White Sox star, is also on
t Heard and Roman. Gavin, ends were cited for outstanding :, 0 exchange.for'Richie 4\ bum.I I starter who did not flunk. with Lincoln H1jh. hand. '

) Willie Holt and Bobby Lang;and achievements in sports by the 10Q .
i quarterback Dennis Jefferson.. Per Cent Wrong;Club here at-the ". .!" .
Waluhaje Hotel Friday night -
1 "Our-backs. will be slower,.and :
will ,play more control ball" Willie Galimore, Howard Gentry ,
: we :
Gather aid. "We wiU have to be and. Althea Gibson were : .
J among,,the 19. athletes 'presented : I
and : :
satisfied with shorter gains :

i Increase The Rattlers',our'efforts are,on working defense out" awards the world for of their sports contributionstto during the : : ti'' I : : : : : : : :?

22nd annual sports jamboree tof
four days a week and ironing out .
the Cl\l\ !;
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0 as many mistakes as possible.,The
Miss Gibson, rated .the
as number -
. Rattlers badly hurt in
were many
I instances last,season according to the,'United one-woman States tennis was given player special : : .
Coach Gaither.
recognition for her success?in
i The Rattlers had a 9-1 record tennis. She is touring Australia I; !
last season, scoring 406 points and could not be, present tou accept -
! against the opposition's! 98. Three the award., Athletic Director
members of the squad who were A.-S. Gather Florida A and.M
named to the Negro Ail-American received the trophy for her.
team are halfbacks Galimore and The "Coach of,the Year" honor
Frazier, both who are now signed went to the former Florida A and
!R ,to play professional football and M All-American tackle., Howard
guard Carl Crowell, one of the Gentry, for coaching his'Tennessee
i returning lettermen.Returning I :State University! 'Tigers to.the

4 players from lasyear's \I national Negro championship during ;
the 1956 season.
Zeke
squad are: Ends-:-
; Burrows, Bill Johnson Sam I I Galimore is a three I time. All-
Cleare, Jerry Cardoza and Horace: AmeriCan halfback from FloridaA
SmalL Tackles-Vernon Wilder, and M'and is signed to a pro- : .
Riley: Morris and Eddie Simmons. fessional football contract with
+ Guards-Charles Hines, Bobby i it the Chicago.' Bears. He' was citedas

, ;Brown.. 'Henry Harris Crowell the" "Football Player' of the
' and Willie Wyche. Centers-Wil" Year, 1 r
\. lie Taylor, Joe Willis and Paul The honorees were called. "Am ., KERo,. {, =
James bassadors of GOodwill" by Dr. d it d f s
Williams. Quarterbacks f
Williams Paul Manning and Lee Rufus Clements president of Atlanta
Royster. Halfbacks-Al Chavis,' University and a member
I Thomas Marshall Leroy Hardee, the Fulton County Board of Education R+r6I
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David Latimer and Harold Brown. ,.who-served as.tpastmaster.
t Fullbacks-Al Vereen and Chas. ,Attending the jamboree from > r
I Florida A and M-were President
f George W.: Gore Jn, Athletic Director cq
A. S. Gather,.James Bru- /
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Chips Off The .BlocksUSr are in the public #school system of the Army asd k planning to .Growing With and Serving Jacksonville :
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BY JAY JAY havin, a, "rock and roll" war. AKA'sWiHHMr'Mrs. CR1SWELL >.
.1i- Just OB. nora time,- sang old maa Winter as he mada what Both are featuring.midnite shows Sarah StewartMrs.
w.hop Is hit last riiit io oar'Sunny cHm'Som of the boys on the and"rock and roll"festivals.Next TIll co. .-
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Blocks had placed their heavy coal*"la "loiaf" with their uncles week the Roosevelt is playing the Tar P.a.Mml Btttritattr.

but many of them were scurrying and trying to rectos them. To rock show to end: rock shows. It's Sarah Scott Stewart Wend- ...,. .
top it all the weatherman has forecast. continued chilly. weather. called "Don't' Knock the Root" will deliver'the: Founders' Dayaddress
There has been plenty of- excitement and features Little Richard, and Sunday. Feb. 17. 3:00 '. '
on the Blocks this week. sonville The one and only'Louis"Satchmo" his troupe. p. m* Ja v_Lee's Theological u. $. ROYAL I : .
and his Seminary.,Edward Waters College .
The other: night a young lady. Armstrong Ralph'Washington,'popular man
.jumped out of a white man's car All-Stars will appear at the Gator abOut.toWn, has:joined the leagueof : io-members of Gamma : W. BTAl ft Wy A.J .J
in the 600 block and ran for dear Bowl in a dance and concert. Ar- ,DId men. ''His.'ape rs" have Rho Omega Chapter of the tM"'II...
life.The.man chased her with his rangements have .been set up for gone bad and he ft.sporting.horn Alpha,Kappa Alpha Sorority.The ..TIII,7'VIlBW.
pistol in hand. A quick-thinking dancing facilities and seating rimmed specs. All we can say is I jtebSc-j' *. *' invited io at- hvto \j Weir BoiiiiMeveet .
Sottteld preMcrieabteetUaal
citizen took the number of the space for both white and colored welcome to the;fold brother"Four tend. *
Featured with the Arm- ". Rtttctof. to Drive .....
tag To cap it all off, the dispatcher patrons. Eyes. "
at local police headquarters strong group are .such greats'as At the Country Club. John Ed. 'TAMPA..-s;.. Three men were fa. for One-Stop. '
blared out to all cars that a Edmond Hall, Trummy Young, Slaughter was playing host to a held on suspicion of murder in notesX1195
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Velma Middleton and Barrett of unrelated cases during the week. TIll troc
white man was chasing'a n-r duo lovely girl: In his com ,
woman down Ashley Street He Deems. The group is currently' pany were Beulah Oneal and Two men were shot to death and BATTWYASOUN1. TO ,
must have ignored the fact that playing! on Miami Beach. They Pearline Blackmon. We thoughtwe another ,died after a disturbance.Held OH.. 'SERY1 YOU 4
Negro cops ride in radioequipped will play all the .numbers that knew all tie lovelies in town ,are Robert L. Johnson, 20; L -
cars and don't like to hear the Satchmo is famous for plus tunes but we had to be Introduced to Clarence Terrall;" and Roosevelt ,.IUDS.
term used.There'll. from the hit movie "High So this pair. Beaulah is an Eastsider Williams, 44.COOKMAID. FRONT INB & '
be lots of Bcliriiiei for ciety." and Pearline hails from.the West WHHL AU5NIN5 s t 0-
To add sauce to this rich entertainment litre 1IIiI
Jaxons of color in the next two '
....b.'Next week-tnd the annual menu. the Strand Theater side.Teddy Washington and his band Iw, Wilt.i SiRYlCl fit ow 2ad Service 6 .. fSII I NO TtADLIN'tANjM '
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Jacksonville Gateway Open Golf Is presenting Tolstoy's immortal left th city for an engagement in i I -t ""' '.
film _Live 1142 KINGS AYINl. &.00/1' I 17.t' I u...
Tournament will be held at Brani "War and Peace. This, Key West. The group just Finished on premises 4K Year
wood Golf Court J. E. Hutchins classic is over three hours long a stand in Fort Lauderdale. Must love children. Have local IS,.......) .7,1s 120,00 un
Not Debut ret. and health card. Good sal TIr.*- 7.10'1 I fl.is taM _
tournament director .anjjounosd and is a "great" picture. While there they dug Cannonball I
that entries hare been received nearly a dozen "name".stars playing with Gene Krupa and his ary.Phone EX 89382. WE <| AQC
from far and near. After eachdar's make up the casL Combo.: 'Twas plenty of sounds. Ford RELINE I 39 i
round of play a, full evening All of you fans who have been Question of the week is why
of social activities will commenceat watching the fights and have seen was Officer Charles Scriven I... Fir lilt BRAKESL\
the Lincoln Golf and Country "Old Tankard" Ale by Pabst Blue moved from the corner of 8th and -
Ribbon advertised can find the Davis. Seems as tho cops who Modern convenience Furnished. Near,Room with all MMM ...... liar M ....... i

Club.Music lovers in the Jacksonvillearea brew at T. G. Miller's 45th Street see too much (and there is plentyto shopping
will be treated to'a very rich Package Store. Herb DouglaS; the see) are not popular with peo- center hood.-Phone In desirable EL 36228.neighbor' Fr *t Wkeefe FreatWIiMb j .
diet within the next two weeks. former Pitt track star and national ple in some quarters.' Like,the ,: ALIGNEDAaylCdUCv BALANCED
On February 22 Florida's own Julian representative for Pabst is in story goes, "they" won't let you to Wheel to*.Wtfc
"Cannonball" Adderly will town to...aid in.introduction of be a good cop.Adolphus Taylor arid Polite ,
give forth with his progressive the new product. Frazier,the ex-FAMU Burger THhg EnterpriseDINING $450 :14 .
sounds at the Matthew Gilbert About Town We welcome football $tar, came into town io ROOM OPEN 1142.KINGS AYE. SOUTHSID1 I
Auditorium in a Jazz Concert back to the city Barbara Brown do a little banking. Frazier signed -For All-
"The Ball" has been hailed as the Reed. Barbara is here awaiting to play with a Canadian team and luncheon and Club Meetings CRISWELL
next Charlie Parker. He is theman" hubby Ray who will report for was given ,a nice cash bonus. FREE,OF CHARGE TIRE GO.your r
Phone EL 3-7185 .
"main on sax in the cool Spring training in a few weeks. Same bonus was stashed away .
school at the present time. Oh yes, she is also awaiting a lit : V.S. Royal DteributorW.
On the 27th Buddy Johnson tIe Bay Jasphus Baker and W. WWAU Cer. CUT N im DHtl AMlNdiwY.
and his aggregation will appear at his madam are looking at layette THE SEAFOOD CENTER R02i (; 7 9..u$474.
the Duval County Armory. Co- and picking names.
featured with'the band is Buddy's The grapevine says that two of Corner Myrtle Ave and Shad Roe

sister Ella and her song stylings.We the eligible bachelors few will months.go "by WHITING ..... .. ................H.H..?........,...... Ib. 25c
Daw the boards" in
plan now to "Doot Doqt ? a BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe
For Frying limited Amount
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Slated to make the fateful leap M.
with Buddy,and Ella. JUMBO _SHRIMP .........H:.....:*:........lb. $1.10 ,
On.the 2nd of March, the kingof into matrimony \are William Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Establishments
them all will appear fn Jack- "Shrimp" Weathersbee and Tom MED. LARGE SHRIMP ...................................Ib. 83c Services and Reputable
LARGE ROE MULLET .....*,........l..: ;:....::..........Ib. 29c Specializing Products

I SPECKLED TROUT .................;:: :".:......*.:........Ib. 49cGRUNTS
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.. A io Z BRIYIMG SCHOOL (Grits. Grunts and Gravy). :. SHOES
I BEAUTY SALONS
SHE E P S HEA D ..........::........::.:..:..........Ib. 29c I I I

Now Have Standard Gear Shift SPANISH MACKEREL ..H..H........:.:.k.....,....,...Ib. 29c 1
MEDIUM FLOUNDER ........_... .. : l...,.= .......Ib. 35c HEW & USED ,SHOO BLONDIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
i:- and Automatk( School Room l Imported from far away Mantle's Corner. S. C/"r. FREE Pair of Girl's Shoes Have Your Hair

.. FRESH WATER CATFISH ......''c.:.:.:.....--..........Ib. 49c Styled
.. ; Teach the Book When 'Buy To Suit Your
: :. To ROE SHAD ...H...........:......:::.:.,._...............Ib. 49c You New Shots Personality
'i.' : \ RED SNAPPER FILLET ..........u.; : : 59c SHALLEY SHOE SHOP Specialist fa Hair Styling and Glamours
Also Teach MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST.
N Driving. :BLACK SEA BASS ..........n........ 1;:::;.....:.......... Ib. 29c 522 BROAD STREET Tiny Mae Thomas Prep. .... Phone EL 5-3033

; STANDARD OYSTERS ...... ......-...."L: .........._:. pt 79c
Call for Appointment. Fine for Baking Funeral Directory I
BED BAS S .... ....H.H.............. ....H '"'.'H...., Ib. 35c I Sewing Machines I I

RED SNAPPER ......U.H..__...:........h..lb. 55c
MR. EDWARD WILLIAMS Instructor Machine 0. C. Jernlgm S. L Davit' Mgr.
Florida Sewing SupplyWe
THE SEAFOOD CENTER CARTER'S FUNERAL HOME
PHONE EL 3-6237. Soy Soil and Repair Singer and Other Mcke
Peril Suppl'ttt AMBULANCE SERVICE
Myrtle Ave. and. Adams-Phone EL 4-1468 An Old Established Concern Lady Attendant

... 505. WEST FORSYTH. EL 4-0545 EL 4-0546 925 -929 W. BEAVER ST.
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OUvalAppliance Co. ; >,No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street..
SPECIALGirl's Ballerinas White or Black ;' S PHONE El 6.9367 *

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'. '. _: ::--c: 'I 00 Pair $3.50&$4.50 Were Corner. State & Pearl Phone EL 6-2493 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .

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