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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 23, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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TALLAHASSEE Atty. G tn. Richard Errin joined the ranks from two bullet wounds one in
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The first desperate move the Mrs. Bertha Springleton,wife of p. m. in Savoy Su5Sfcfrf $;ll369:Davis Church.whicfk recently "formed'"TWO scouting'tmitt. James Geawrifhi, active civic.worker to whom the
veteran lawmaker made came last covered evidence during its examination Johnny Springleton,, operator of St. Gaines'who was In civilian Charier,will be given is seen'looking-on. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. '
I Tuesday when Ervin cited 'whathe of Hawkins and his attor- the famous Southside restaurant, clothes, had finished his coffee ,
called new evidence uncovered neys which affects the good faith proved last 'week that gun-toting and doughnuts when Alexandercame
by the Legislative NAACP Investigating .of the Negro's attempts to gain bandits don't scare even if there in and sat beside him.. Old Filed Leads Legislalive Elds Probe Of NAACP
Committee in a petition :admission to the are two.ot them.
university. "He asked me to put him in II
I to reopen the Virgil Hawkins case I Mrs. Springleton said she hearda jail," Gaines said,' "and I told himI To HereIn Will KKK{ While Councils Be Next?
to enter the University ,of Florida Shooting ,
knock on the door in the early couldn't,. because as far as I
His most recent maneuver was Deny School Aid hours of the morning on Feb. 13. knew, he hadn't done anything." I,
made known Thursday when he TALLAHASSEE-The legislative ion" adopted by regional NAA- .
She opened the door and two Gaines said the man had been what appeared to be an old ,
announced that he will ask the To Negro Sisdeil white men with pistols forced drinking and 'continued to insist, feud between two men resulted in I committee investigating the CP conference in Atlanta June 4,
1957 legislature to permit resi- their way into the house. that he arrest him. one man being shot in the arm 'Florida NAACP ended its Tallahassee 1955, in which the organization
dents of any, locality to suspendor hearings Tuesday with an offered its legal department if
minutes of about 2:30 a. m. last Monday as
The wife of the famous restau- After several\ arguing
"asa 'ST. AUGUSTINE A Talla- it has sufficient Information school boards refused
abolish their public schools : announcement to integrate
with with both Gaines and the he approached Spiers and Slla Sts. .
.last resort" as he put it, to pre hassee Negro student's request for ranteur put up a struggle to slow down paid racial schools without specific legal
of store owner urging Alexander to Warren McKenzie, 22, 1762
one the bandits during which
violence fa out-of-state aid to "advo-
vent racial resulting from $1000 help agitation and suppress mandates.
go home, the patrolman said, 1 Pearce Street told investigating
time three shots from the pistol
desegregation.Ervin finance him through a graduate cates of overthrowing ,establishedlaws Rodriguez said he representedthe
were fired into the floor and the told him the only'way I would officers that ,he was on his way "
fought unsuccessfully for course in a Georgia Negro univer- and customs. Inter-Civic
Council -
men ran. The third man who evidently put a man in jail while I :was off home from his father's house, going -
such a measure in the 1956 special sity was rejected Thursday by the The committee indicated it will in cases growing out of the
was waiting out in the duty was for him to slap my face. east on Ella Street when he
legislature, which adopted the so- State Board of Control sponsor legislation next April to bus dispute because "the NAACPis
and called He did. heard noise, and as he droppedto
to the a
car came porch
called Fabisinski laws as a patternto The Negro, William C. Jones, strengthen laws against stirring dually interested" with the
for "Pete" to The said he told him his knees he noticed that he
hurry up. patrolman
mix explained to board letter of court racial vio-
prevent immediate mass the by up litigation or council in bus desegregation and
I ing of races, in Florida. that rather than delay his graduate Police reported that when they again to go home.Alexander wentto had been shot in the left arm. lence. It disclosed through .vice "you< cannot divorce the two." .
I The Fabisinski program inclUdes work by suing for admissionto drove up there were two parkedcars the door and said he would be McKenzie's wife also stated that chairman Dewey Johnson of
the;public assignment law one of Florida's all-white state in front, and they drove off ,waiting when Gaines got 'to the she saw George Outlaw, 53, of a Quincy that the committee,"prob-
in different directions. One! make corner. "I said this is policeman W. 10th St address, come across Ku
and;increased emergency powers universities he decided to applyfor ably" will also investigate the Need Tires?
for the Governor to suspend public admission to Atlanta Univer- and ,model unknown went, southon Gaines talking now,""the patrol- the field to her house and come in. Klux Klan and white citizens
services to prevent racial vio, ,St. Augustine Road and ,the man related."You're under arrest. She said when he came in, he unloaded councils to see "how far they See 8
lence. sity.Dr.. J. Broward Culpepper, executive -: other north,on Kina Ave. I Come inside while I call head his pistol, making the remark -' have gone" in promoting violenceor Page '.
The pupil assignment law' authorizes director of the board of. The officers said as they gave quarters." "It don't look like these law violations.The Follow Your i'-
county school boards to control, said the law provides for chase, they turned on Bertha St. As one patron of the store tried little things will kill you." committee has tentatively
assign pupils to schools for which the maximum '$175 outofstateaid around to Atlantic Blvd., then to stop Alexander, he lunged at The wounded man refused to scheduled its next hearings for NeighborhoodShopping
.' they are considered best fitted. per semester for Negroes de- east toward Beach. The officers Gaines and the policeman hit him prosecute his assailant Officers Feb. 25 In Miami. ,
Ervin said he had no recom- siring to take and qualifying for. said they gave chase up' to 90 with his left fist breaking''' his found out that McKenzie and Out- All witnesses summoned to ap- GuideKlansmell
mendations for changes in the graduate courses not offered at miles per hour overtaking themat nuckle above the index finger. law were fighting over McKen- pear here were released except for
Fabisinski laws. But he said he A&M University, Florida's Negro Beach Blvd. and Spring Glen Gaines said he backed up and zie's wife. It was related to police Robert Saunders, field secretaryfor
believes that as a last resort the institution of higher learning. Road. As they were stopping the drew his pistoL Alexander came by McKenzie that on Wednesday the NAACP, and former state
people themselves should have Board Member Hollis Rinehart car, William Oscar Black threw a at him again and,Gaines tried to night Feb. 13. someone fired two NAACP President Edward D.
the right to suspend or abolish of Miami suggested the board of .9 millimeter automatic pistol on kick him in the groin. Games said shots at him in the same area. Davis of Ocala who were told to SeeiNearNegroArea
their schools or other public facilities -I control ask Jones to itemize" and the back seat of the'car. Alexander lunged at him a third The investigation was conducted be on call for future hearings.
to prevent conflict justify his expenses" before tak- A- card with two names on it time and "grabbed for my gun by Officers Charles Scriven, Attorney Mark Hawes of Tampa
I "We don't want the things that ing action on the request. was found in the glove compart and we tussled. I fired hitting G. L. Bradley, Tommy Mays,and said Rodriguez' candid testimony
are happening in Tennessee and The board ruled that if Jonesis ment of the car and one of the him in the shoulder. He still was A. B. Gilbreath. Both men were made it unnecessary to question A number of citizens reported -
other states to happen here," he accepted at Atlanta University, names, was that of Carl Peterson wrestling my gun and I had arrested, for fighting. officers of the local Negro;>> Inter- that In recent weeks-white-
... said. l.t the out-of-state aid he would be who is suspected to be the'"Pete"at to shoot three more times." Civic Council that had been sche- robed fluxes have been makIng -
"I think the people themselves given would not exceed the maxi- the scene.Black told officers he Homicide detectives investigating duled ,to appear Tuesday to an- week-end visits around the
are in a position to judge whether mum ofJ175 per semester allowedby worked at Red Duggan's Supper said seven other witnesses in Palaikai Held swer questions about their part Springfield area which borders
temporary suspension of schools law. Club. The officers checked and the store verified Gaines' account. in stirring up the drive to desegregate the colored section.
and other public functions in their found the statement false. Games hand was set fa a cast at buses.here.Sens Many persons interpret the
is necessary St. Vincent's Hospital. Tavern Deaik Johnson told newsmen Klan visits as a scare attempt
city, district or county Investigating officers were J. R. _
to prevent bombings and Girl, 7, Acrases Howard and C. W. Home. Police sources said off-duty of- after the hearing that "the com- growing out of dissatisfaction
., shootings." ficers are required to carry their mittee feels that as a result of of some whites over the fact
.' ", Ervin said he will recommend Father Here OfTrbiienCriae' service pistols at all times. PALATKA-Earnest Brown, a hearings to date valuable infor- that Negroes may be moving .
*the legislature establish means by resident of Gordon Chapel ac- mation has been obtained that into the 500 and 600 blocks of
which a county, city, school or MtAYBQY cused of the Jan. 27 murder of will result in a better understandIng 16th. 17th. 18th. 19th and 20th

t other district may hold a ref renI IN AUTO WRECK Jix HusewUeSiffers John Baker, was bound over to of the problem as well as a Streets.It I
I :clum upon the question of abolishing : the circuit court last Friday by slowing down of paid agitation'sothat has been noted that In recent -
;I .' County Judge Wm. E. Warren. advocates of overthrowing months a number of white
Jacksonville arrested
suspending or abandoning A man was Bins,
I' any agency, school, district or this week on a charge of fond Fred&e BntvboY well-known Bond for Brown was set at established law and custom may I families have moved out of the
_,other function to prevent racial ling a: minor child involving his lure*suffered ..slight cut on his $2,500.At be almost entirely suppressed by i. ,area referred to and have put .
3!j ':. co afli ct. 7-year-old daughter.The forehead' Thursday sight when he Mrs. Elmira Thompson 32,1650 the hearing several,witnesses appropriate legislative action." up Tor' Sale"signs. .
. ,',' J The U. S. Supreme.Court ruled man accused of the"forbid raa fete Ae rag on the lYe of Academy st. suffered second degree said that Brown had ordered In answer to questions from It was reported that Anthony -
last year that Hawkins should be den crime" against his daughter is a bye ,oa.W tL,264h Si.PoKeft burns while lighting a kerosene Baker to leave the tavern-where Hawes Rodriguez admitted thatas Clark a Negro waiter purchased
admitted to the law school but the Ardell Smith of 2643 West 4th St. :! said f car drives by heater In her home Tuesday, the killing is said to have hap special counsel for the'NAACP] a formerly white borne
: :State Supreme, Court has not yet Mrs.Edna Alexander of 1343v.:.' Bray boy.>> M,of 730 Court K. hit Feb. 19. pened.Others testified that Brown he eithed drew or approved peti-) at 542 W. 18th Street for a reputed -
A ,said when he actually. may be ad- 12th St. who is the .child's aunt &e bridge afetttHMai,oa/We i 23th Mrs. Thompson stated that.she had fired three shots. tions filed with "four or five" $10.000 with the result
,'in1t ed. took the girl to Duval ,Medical near Chariee. ..... The entire turned on the kerosene heater anda Dr. C. M. Knight told the court county school boards, Including that whites have expressed fear
:| In his. newest attempt to stall Center for examination after the right ride of Ae a autemofeHo' was few minutes later she startedto that the bullet entered Baker's Bade, Palm Beach and Hills- that the presence of N groeawill
Hawkins' admission to the Uni-, youngster complained ,of pains in sheafed" oH. The brick sad steel light it and fire came up in her body on one side and passed borough demanding an end to decrease property valuation '
.verslty'of Florida Ervin said the' her stomach and 'other organs of bridge raffias -about 18 feet long face. She was burned fa the faceand through the other side near the segregation.He ,
legislative committee had dis- her body. j -was also knocked.off. on the, hands. heart and lungs." also read the "plan of ac /



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f Maple.Address:: --.. !tt ''CHOUSE UNIT URGED BY 22 GROUPS TO -
-. O. Box 561, JocfcsonviKe .1, /lorida '. .
J.23, Broad Street, Jacksonville, Florida 0 >;.:*rho... ELgin 4-3773 t' .I $-; ".'' ."; SPEED CIVIL RIGHTS MEASURE; ,
r.E;ric- .'O. Simpson ............_...__..' ........_- -.:.. .t... 'vi ..._--_.- Editor ... ...," two WASHINGTON"most D. C. Federal legislation to safeguard r the
Louise i Gala and _...........__...____. Maaas' Editor .t basic" citizenship rights-the right to vote and..the rightto
c:.'Parham Johnson .......-.-...-.........---:_tt.-..__. Newt Staff security of the person-should be"passed as quickly as, possible, .
Altamae Richardson ........_...__..:........ ?.., Circa lot ton Dept. by the'House of Representatives in order to allow sufficient time :

; Member -of Associated }f gro Press before Congress ,adjourns to break a probable Senate 'filibuster f. ,I
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t I against such le islatio \
t;:- SUBSCIUPTION RATES -- '> This point of it must be a "meaningful" bill.
One Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.";, Three Months, $1.80 view was ,ex- ; "We favor civil rights divisionin
rfggi Mailed To You, Anywhere In the United Stete 'pressed Feb. ,
{Subscriptions Payable In Adyance.. Send Checks or Money Orders,To: on the Department of Justice, and
[FLORIDA STAR P. o. BOX 561 ,JACKSONVILLE i, FLORIDA 6 by 22 organizations we favor a commission on civil

......,:;- f. through rights as they were incorporatedin t.
their spokesman H. R. 627 last year," Mr. Wilkins ,;
Would 4 Use __ NAACP asserted. "But we regard the
Ailoriey Executive Sec creation of such agencies as supplements -
r ._ retary Roy to, not substitutes for,
FBI Reports To Prove kins. Mr. Wilkins : meaningful civil rights legislation r
; testified "

Negro Civil _Bights Violated f r _. -7 committee before the sub-o f i.t. ,

*_ the House Judiciary Bill
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.Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr.-saidSatiirday; he wantsto { t Ommlt5tm.rson
make secret FBI reports public.to back,upliis testimony; __ tee on. behalf of the 22 organization Passes Senate 'Jr'

that Negroes have been deprived. of voting*rights in certain 1
Southern states. A bill containing the provisions r r

Brownell made the surprise statement before a Senate recommended l by Mr. Wilkins was ATL1\NTA-The Georgia Sen- i,
judiciary subcommittee when Sen. Sam Ervin, North Carolina I passed in the House last year bya ate has unanimously adopted a
two-to-one bi-partisan majority. bill to outlaw interracial athletics,
Democrat, suggested that if committee members saw the FBI
documents, they might "draw different conclusions" from To illustrate_the urgent need for in a move designed to drive Ne-
them than Brownell. federal legislation protecting vote groes from the South Atlantic
ing rights and security of the per League.
x In clashes with Congress the executive departmenthas
many son, Mr. Wilkins cited situationsin The measure; which would bar
refused to make FBI reports public. But Brownell said
Alabama Louisiana and Mis racial mixing on practice field as
he would put the FBI papers in question into the committee'spublic '
record if he can get permission from persons who com -- '- JJi __...........-'7I' ...--- sissippi. well as in contests,' was sent to
Negro Alabamans who attempt the House where it will have to
plained they have been deprive f;voting rights. 'l broad Mission Accomplished.. Where.- Is Governmi, eat Leadership At Home?" to.register to vote are asked questions be acted on in committee session

The attorney general confessed he was "nettled" after .. such as "How many personsare before going to the floor. Last
Ervin said that "I I feel it is not too much cricket, as the Eng- Full Moon on the 14th. Don't let I I on the United States payroll?" year, a siprtlar bill died in the
lish "' for ici 1s to look at the FBI pressure or the influence of others
say, government reports and "What was the nineteenth I House without coming to a vote.
and testify to inferences from the reports "which we cannot Your Weekly hurt your health around the state admitted to the Union?" he !. In speaking for his bill Senator
19th. You have vision
good on the
see. Leon Butts of Lumpkin, said,
Brownell said: "I'm nettled a little by your inference. If Horoscope Guide 21st, and may learn ,of some developments said.The" "latest effort" to prevent "When Negroes and whites meeton

I 'can get the permission of the persons, I'd like to put them finances. that' help. your-. joint Negroes of Macon county, .Ala athletic fields on a basis of

into the public record. I don't.want the inference that I make WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR 776446842742.SAGITTARIUS. bama, from voting was described, complete equality, it is only nat-
statements I can't back up.. by the NAACP official as the refusal ural that this sense of equality is
Ervin told Brownell that "I'll help if I can" to get permiS- BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL by: state officials to appoint transplanted into daily living of

sion of the complainants. Brownell accepted the offer and By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER Born NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21The a full board of registrars. these people." This he feels, is
said tHat if he was unable to get the authority, he would ask The civil rights leader emphasized dangerous because "the social relationship :-
: 'Saturian transit is often that although the organizations that arises is the
Ervin to write to the 'persons asking permission. source
As a preface to'bringing up the question of the FBI re- ARIES and vision. Don't .be taken in by feared because of its tendency to ,he represented urged imme- of the problem and it is not possible -
ports, Ervin noted that in the last three days, he and Brownell Born March 21 thru April 19 fast talk, any "rush" act, on the increase responsibility and puton"e diate passage of H. R. 627 or a II for races to be thrown into
have disagreed widely on interpretations of the law al- You will be exhibiting a more 23rd. Let your month end on a under pressure. However you similar bill they considered the interracial social contact without
though "we read the same books.. Ervin is a former North convivial spirit in your associa note of confidence in the future, should not give way to such inclinations measure a "compromise bill" both races thereby being cor-
Carolina Supreme Court justice. tions. However, there could be a plans for a better life. for: in your case Saturnis which does not take into account rupted."
temporary period of emotional 990998987997. helping to make you more mature discrimination in employment and Governor Marvin Griffin has
The FBI reports Brownell wants to make public appliedto and responsible, the master of interstate series of
tension concern about finances transportation, the poll sponsored a prosegregation
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three North Carolina districts-Court House'Town-
.. ? around the 7th that may LEO your destiny. Try to realize this, tax; "violence directed u against bills which: already have,been
ship' Precinct in Camden County, Bolivia Precinct in Brunswick make you irritable troubled, and Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 and you will see some remarkable members of the armed services." passed, but has not expressed
County and Snow Hill Precinct in Green County. emotional in your./"reactions to Since Mercury.has much to do demonstrations. Others will, now H. R. 627 which was passed himself on the Butts bilL Butts

Brownell, in his opening testimony Thursday, declared people around you.Your signputs with your financial affairs,, we respect your judgment las year by the House includes claims his bill has the hearty approval I
that Negroes were deprived of their voting rights in these a double emphasis upon interestsof must consider aspects to this planet 5-50-55-48-53545.. provisions to: of Gov. Griffin because '!t
precincts. Ervin replied that this was the first time he had loved ones and friends. Watch indicative of your fortunes during Strengthen the U. S. Justice i fits in with the pattern of strict
ever heard of anyone in 'North Carolina being denied. the out for careless :words and wrong any month under'consideration CAPRICORNBora Department. the courts to pro. segregation that the Governor
right to vote.NAACP. attitudes where affections are : We may, 'therefore, considerthe Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 test American citizens whose; advocates.
concerned: from the 9th to '15th. first twelve days'of the month We can expect the second and right to vote or whose personal Should the bill become a law,
1-30-22-28-21-322. and the 'period from 'the 17th to third weeks of February to bring security has been threatened or it would have its effect on four

Honrfls Passing 21st, as best for your exchequer. you social benefits and improved removecJ because of race national major league clubs who have
"4 'TAURUSThe Make these days, and the periods relationships, combined with some origin or religious affiliation their minor training camps in

Of Willard S. Towiseid -- last.week of February re- around them, questionable for financial advantages. However, -Provide a special civil rights Georgia. Thomasville is the site
quires caution, in accepting new profit through trade or other you are' still faced, with the need division in the U. S. Departmentof of a Baltimore camp; Cincinnati{
acquaintances and pursuing social money moves. for winding up unfinished matters Justice; sends hundreds of hopefuls to
NEW YORK Characterizing him as a "great and de- aims. You will want to give special 2-40-33-37-53-435. and coping with affairs of those Establish a bipartisan com Douglas! Si Louis uses Albany;
voted labor leader and a stalwart champion of human rights," thought now to income from who are ill or in need. You may mission io investigate civil rights and the Milwaukee Braves operate -
the Board of Directors 'of the NAACP at its regular monthly your business or profession. Efforts VIRGO also find yourself taking a re- violations. at Waycross.
meeting here, Feb. 11, passed a resolution mourning the' death to bolster earnings for employers Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 newed interest in hospitals, insti- Bill Must Be "Meaningful"The Representatives of the clubs in ).
of Willard S.' Townsend, a vice president of the Associationand : will appreciated, so During February you will be tutions, charitable moves. The House committee memberswere he South Atlantic League were
also of the merged AFL-CIO. don't relax or lose heart if you giving greater'attention to your month ends on a note of social told that although the in accord in saying the passage of
"Although trained for other callings," the resolution as- have to battle your way through work and health, with some good strain"in relationships, Be concill- NAACP and other organizationshe the bill would be a terrible blowto
serted, "he threw in his lot with the working man and devotedhis circumstances of the moment. You opportunities for making progressin atory. represented were willing to accept the continuation of the Class A
both fields of endeavor. How- 2-30-66-28-53-353. "minimum" civil rights bill, South Atlantic League.Features .
great energy to organizing them into an effective trad seem to be headed for much social
union to secure for them personal dignity, better wages and activity in connection with super- ever, you must be careful of your
improved working;>> conditions." iors or occupational activities. attitudes and reactions when,neg- AQUARIUSBorn
Mr. Townsend, founder of the United Transport Service' This could bring you pleasure and ative moods can prove distractingto Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 .

Employes, died in Chicago Feb. 3. honors. efficiency and upsetting to your Neptune elevated in your chartat
6-60-11-58-13-. I physical we11-being. The 21st this time brings some "out-of- -i'L
could be one of'your best days in this-world" aspect into your life

February 24th Is Heart GEMINI the month for. accomplishmentand and affairs which may be hard to .
Sunday"Diseases Born May 21 thru June 21 the strengthening of ties with fathom or deal with from time to
Saturn in your opposite sign others. time. However, you seem able to 4.3

of the heart and circulation'' are responsible for will be testing your capacity to bridge the gulf between truth and .

I, more than 800,000 deaths ((53% of total) in the U. S. yearly, cooperate with others, and may LIBRA unreality by.the 21st with, some
while affecting 10,000,000 living Americans, including 500,000 I be giving you something to think Born Sept. 24 thru Oct.:23 financial advantage to yourself.
children._ The only national health agency devoted'exclusively about where your public relationSare 4-10-33-12-29-192. Skip arguments that develop.
to combating these diseases is the American Heart Association concerned. However, this This same date should bring Make this period harmonious. at A
((57 affiliated Heart Associations, 350 chapters. ) which planetary force can be a very some timely news*that will assist all costs., hFr
sponsors THE HEART FUND campaign. stabilizing influence if you allow your,plans and pet aims in some 4-11-77-15-76-177.

The campaign seeks to ((1)) increase voluntary financial mature judgment to govern your way. Don't reluctant to talk
dealings with partners and others. things over with mature individ- PISCES
support vitally needed to sustain medical research, educationand
community heart programs; ((2)) disseminate essential in- Watch these dates for signs of uals among your neighbors or Born Feb. 19 thru March 20
formation that will help the public eliminate many prevalent ripening conditions which will relatives, for they can be very as- Be very ,wary of perlJ sitting ,
misconceptions and fears about the human heart and the strengthen your Dalliances and tute in helping you to get the anyone to involve you in gossip. !

heart diseases, and (3)) bring to public attention information bring you better understandingwith right slant on things now. A You are vulnerable now if you
about the latest research advances. Leading scientific objectives your mate and associates. Be warning is for,you to avoid risks take part in schemes or any 4)ff. .1

....- are discovery of the now-unknown causes of hardening ready to accept discipline. and careless words.that can.bring the-record transactions. Keep .1I
of the arteries, high blood pressure and rheumatic fever disorders 8-88-99-S7-;98-S64. troublesome reactions with dear everything above board and shy .1I
for than -- ones or in money tie-ups. from doubtful characters
responsible more 90% of all heart disease. away I
330=66-28-64-266. .
Eventual control of the heart diseases through development CANCER who may stoop to trickery or dubious '
of new methods prevention'' and cure is the ultimate Born June 21 Ihru July 22 -- tactics in their dealings with I

goal. During February "American Heart Month"-the basic The full moon on the 14th helps SCORPIO you, particularly this time. Listen I
slogan is "HELP YOUR -HEART FUND HELP YOUR you see a. clearer picture where Born Oct.:24:thru.Nov 24 to sound advice or timely

:HEART." Radio and TV appeals will urge public to Give to the. exchequer is concerned. By You'must be wary of your emo- news. that reaches you.. /s the

>. ;your local. Heart Association, or send a contribution toHEART the 21st you can :crystallize your tional reactions in. : business and month draws to a close, you will 1400 WRHC 1400

,..care of.your ,post, ,oHiceHigt_ point .of the_campaign position With 'greater assureness domestic affairs,at the time of the begin-to show increased initiativeand
will: be a door-to-door Heart,Fund collection on Heart personal strength.
Sunday February 24, with about 1,500,000 volunteers cOver- 1951u. 340333932439.ra :>. KEN KNIGHT '
ing 20,000,000 homes in 4000 communities..Heart Sunday slogan GET YOUR HOROSCOPEREADING.FOR ]

.: is: "WELCOME YOUR,HEART FUND. VOLUNTEER ., tide. co.a. L.ara.ore alto". JOtInelf.!.se.d 10 uah (one dl r.ia UTTUwosa ro sese.seseoniuraoM'rhr "" !. .;
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:. History Week

.44 r 3 Negro History Week was .observed -
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'' #. by the Alpha Gamma
a+ ? Chapter of the National Sororityof
k. Z L Phi Delta Kappa in the homeof
Mrs. Irene Smith.

The work of many historiansand I

_- s--- L renowned Negroes who have
y r made outstanding contributions to
Y i American civilization was pre- .,
x, n sented by Mrs. Johnnie
Fisher. :j
; :
j Mrs. Lucile J. Shropshire, Mrs. ,
Irene E. Smith and Mrs. MargaretR.

: Smith served lunch after the

Students from Boylan-Haven Nand
Matthew W. Gilbert High '

A \> Schools filed applications which
made them eligible to participatein

the National Scholarship Com-

MC petitive Test. The test will.be administered ,

I I at New Stanton in
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March under the supervision of
I Mrs. Lillian Stukes
LES FEMMES CHARMANTE Mrs. Bernice C. Green is seen/with members of the.Les Femmes SEVENTEENTH ANNIVERSARY Mrs. Florence J. Dixon executive director of the A. L. Mrs. ThelmaD.
Snell and Mrs. S. Eloise Brooks ,
Charmanie Bridge Club Immediately following the installation cerer 1onThe1drecat1y.1n: the. home of Lewis Branch YWCA, is sees here as she appeared at the Seventeenth Anniversary celebration of District basileus. I I
Mr. and Mrs. Cornell Dunlap. 1659 College Circle. ,North. No. 5 of Central Baptist Church. The event was held in the. home of Mr.and: Mrs. James A. MeIver -
Students who have received
Sealed ,left to right: Mrs. Joyce J. DriskelL Mrs. Sophy S. White and Miss Ruth E. Frazier. 1635 Steele Street. .
Standing left to right: Mrs. Vernell R. Glover Mrs. Margaret C. Day. Miss,Clevel D. Cromartie. Alpha scholarships as result of
Left to right Mrs. Pearl The Rev. Mr. R. Leander the tests each include Josephine
treasurer Jones of Central
C. : Dorsey : pastor year
Mrs. Curlue S. King Mrs. Bernice Green. Mrs. Dorothy A. Dunlap Miss Hortense S. Jones Mrs.Ruth
A. Carter and Mrs. Delphenia M. Brinson. Members not shown are Miss Audrey K.. White and Miss Baptists Mrs. Florence J.. Dixon. E. D. Dorsey. Mrs. Katherine Herring. president. and James 'Mclver Mayberry, Dorothy Lewis,
I Ella Bronson. vice president. Myrtle Turner, Vivian Kirklin,
Gwendolyn Mitchell Emma Mc-
Cray and Gerlieve Robinson who

: I Miss "Les Camellia" Crowned Violet Saving Club Green Leaf Tea Slated at present is a student at Tuske-

-- =::;: !: ;: =:! ,! -; .. .'"._.;_, .., .............'J_..,",.....:..: "-",:,. >.''' .:. :'. ..,.w:<<.' .. .w...; -, ,'., I Elects New OfficersMrs. For Sunday AfternoonMrs. gee Alpha Institute.Gamma Chapter will

-- =. present the pupils of the Gretel

A .. Mary Gladsden was host- May Byford 1072 W. Du- and Gertie Dance School in Re-
ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY : } .4. .: ; A 3tt. ess to the Violet Saving Club re- val St, will be hostess to a Green cital April 12 in New Stanton

cently when it held its election Leaf Tea scheduled to be held in High School. The dancers were
Members of Gamma Rho Omega Chapter celebrated Founder'Day -: presented recently as guest artists
I : : fKS4 meeting. her home Sunday, February 24, at
. last Sunday on the campus of Edward'! Waters College. : during the recent conclave of the
Officers elected are as follows: 3:00: p. m. The event is being sponsored -
Stewart.delivered the address.
Mrs. Sarah Scott National
Sorority of Phi Delta
Mrs. Miller by Mt. Olive Primitive Baptist -
Daisy president; Mrs.
Guests were served punch and cake after the program. JCappa.
'' Adline Tilley, chaplain; Mrs. Ruth Church and proceeds will
Proceeds from the recital
financial benefit the women's day effort.
Marshall secretary Mrs.
: 7 '. go to the scholarship fund for
Blanche McBride, recording sec- Mrs. Effie Gary Miller, Mrs.
Models were radiant,and displayed proper attire for every occa- students who are winners in the
retary; Mrs. Mary Gadsden, saving Laura Harris, Mrs. Lillian Muller,
sion from a formal dance to an outing at the beach. The .show was / > competitive examinations.
: treasurer; Mrs. Estelle Cherry, Thomas Smith, Rev. Hayward
held at Moncrief School sponsored by the P-TA. The motherdaughter .
{ dues treasurer; and Mrs. Thelma Robinson, Mrs. Thelma Edwards,
outfits were the charmers of the evening.A .
Session, sinking fund treasurer. Paul Allen, Mrs. Eva Word and Talent Show Set
calendar tea will be held at the school Sunday afternoon, February
< the Rev. Mr. Dixon, pastor of Mt.
24, from. 4 to 6 p. m., sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Associa- :
Olive will .
.d participate.Mrs.
tion. By Oakland P-TA
Band Parents Glib .' Lillian Muller is cohostess -
Mrs. Sarah M. Rice is general chairman. i "
e e e. -; .. .. with Mrs. Byford. I
A "Talent Show" will be -
RUSSELL ROBINSON TO DIRECT TOURNAMENT :., To Present BandThe by the Oakland P-TA Feb.presented
Members of the Cosami Bridge Club are in the process of settingup Couple SS Club 25, in the cafetorium.

the committee that will supervise activities at the.bridge tourna .tI Slates The following participants will
ment In April. Mr. Russell Robinson is chairman of the. committee Trojan Band of James Wel- PartyThe appear on the program Mrs. Susie

and will be chief tournament director. Names of, other members of don Johnson Jr. High School will Shelton, P-TA president; Mrs.
the committee will be disclosed later. itr be presented in concert Monday at Couple Social and Saving Cordelia Collins Howard C.
eeee. i : ::tl'Ha&rt 1' I : 7:30 p. m. by the Band Parents Club has scheduled a party' to be Jones Mrs. Willie;M. Merritt Mrs.

P-TA CONGRESS n :........mm. ;_::_. .._. +.: .. ,y'... Club. held Friday evening February 22, Mildred, D. Forehand, Mrs. ,MyraL.

Delegates and members scheduled to attend the 30th annual CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY-Miss Juanita Alexander newly The band will play novelty; beginning at 9 o'clock, in the Camper, Mrs. Ruth D. Smith .
convention of the Florida Congress of P-TA being held in Daytona elected queen of the Les Camellia Club is 'seen here as she is presented classic and popular music. The home of Mr. and"Mrs. L. C. Wil- and Mrs. Helen Bell.

Beach this week are as follows: by Mrs. Bernice Wright, president of the club and crownedby band is under the direction of liams, 1536 West 11th Street. Mrs. Lillian Ford, Mrs. Earlene

Mrs. Eloise Griffin, Mrs. Hazel Carter, R V. Daniels,.Joseph W. Lawrence Council guest at the club's first anniversary, celebra Ernest' R. Wyatt, a graduate of Invitations have been sent to Marshall, Mrs. Cleo Aikens,. Miss

McCray, Mrs. Mary Washington, Johnny Gregg Jr. Mrs. Addie Rasp- tion. Florida A & M University. other clubs in the city to attend. Leila Gray Mrs. Sadie Tills, Mrs.

berry, Mrs. Aleda Baety, Mrs. Mary Miller, Mrs. Emma Melton, Mrs. Tickets for the concert may be There is no admission fee. Myra D. King, and other faculty

Josie Fossett, Mrs. Sarah Smith, E. S. Bell Mrs. C. Baker, Mrs. purchased from the band members members.
Slated Club :
Annual Dinner Jax
Frances Roulhac Mrs. L B. Shanks. and Mrs. A. Benthone.DELRIO Spellman and the Band Parents Club.A HELP Rehearsals have already begunby

C .LADIES:-e. ,. CLUB Saturday, March 2ndThe To MeetSunday door prize will be awarded. THE URBAN LEAGUE the group.

The Del-Rio Ladies Club! will entertain Saturday evening, Feb- i

ruary 23, in the home of the president,. Mrs. Birdie M. Williams, annual Fredrick Douglas The Spelman Club of Jackson-
1917 Fairfax-Street Dinner, sponsored by the Chris- ville will meet Sunday, February
.' .e tian Democratic Council will be 24 4 p. m, in the home of Mrs.
MRS. JESSE JACKSON HOSTESS held in the Wilder Park Recrea- Seleta J..Payne,1410 Harrison StAll Gas Range SaleSAVE

Mrs. Jesse ,Jackson entertained the Hellenesian Bridge Club last tion Center, March 2 at 8 p. m. graduates and former studentsof

Saturday evening in her home at 1177 W. 21st Street. The affair promises to be a delightful Spelman College, Atlanta, Ga..

Mrs. Helen Toney, Mrs. Pearl Miller and Mrs. Louise Guinyard pre-Spring affair and will are asked to be present. Businessof -

_ were guests. feature the New Stanton High importance will be conducted.Mrs. .

Members present included Mrs. Catherine Robinson Mrs. Geraldine School Glee Club, under the direction ,Ernestine Latson Smith is !,
Jones, Mrs. Claudia Jenkins Mrs. Leola Dudley Mrs. Bernice of Mrs. Alpha Hayes President.
Hamilton Mrs. Lillian Allen. Mrs.. Nan Fletcher Mrs. Evelyn Moore and the James Weldon

.Barnes and Mrs. Leona Bennett. Johnson School Band, directed by

Mrs. ,Jackson. a gracious hostess was charming in her maternity Ernest Wyatt. Program Planned 40Guaranteed
C. Parham Johnson will serveas

Toastmaster, and the Rev. R.
outfit.Wedding H. Wilson will deliver the main
Bells StorkDehvnris address. Other musicians and By Guaranteed( Trade ,",',* +

speakers will participate on the r l/fwn
Applications for Marriage program, which will be presented The Missionaries of St. Mark notNWfi _'V -

Licenses prior to the presentation of the Baptist Church will present a program :- .
24 Mttrtfes
menu. Sunday at'3 p. m. at the U Pay

.Lorenza Grier, 1001 W. 31st St, BaraTa: The Christian Democratic Coun- church as has been announced by Highest Trade-in Allowances
age 26 and Hattie M. King. 1161 cil with its officers and members Mrs. W. M. Daniels, program :

W. 3rd St., age 18. Wm. 'and Loretta Pearson 1603. have worked unceasingly toward chairman. "Buy and Pay at Harper's

Lonnie Vereen '719B Venus Tyler St, girl, Feb. 4. making this one of the city's most Appearing on the program'will HtKite Cookwear Set
Mars Court, age 33 and Pauline affairs and extend
Roger and Katherine Koon, be Mrs. W M. Daniels who will
White, 719B, Venus Mars Court, invitation to all religious and
1046' W. 5th St. boy, Feb. 1. introduce the mistress of cere- FREE
29. : attend. ,
age civic-minded citizens to
Ellie and Essie Lewis, 2037 monies. Mrs. Arietha Tucker will
Cornelius 'Murray, 1308 Grun- Lehman St, girl Feb. 1. Ernest D. Jackson, Sr.. local at- serve as mistress of ceremonies.The -
thal St. 24 and Myrtice Jones .
age is president of the organ- INSTALLATION FREE
torney choir Miss Catherine Johnson -
Thomas and Maude Woody,
1070-A Kings Road, age 16.
Preston Hamilton, 727 W. Mon- 1931 W. 31st St., girl, Feb. 1. ization. Mrs. Marie Williamson, Mrs. '
W,L. Jones, Mrs. Ernie Mae Sim
roe St, age 21 and Geraldine M. Freddie and Mamie Nelson, o Daly $3.00

Reese. 1428 W. 14th St, age 17. 1988 Baldwin St, girl Feb. 2. mons.

Alphonso Benjamin, 1911 W. Herbert and Mary Gantt, Jr.: Activities Slated Others appearing on the pro- Weekly

4th St, age 21 and Jesse"M. Rog-:. 1740 Calhoun St, boy Jan. 12. gram will be Mrs. Lena George
ers, 1110 Acorn St, age 17. James IL and Grace Solomon, who will introduce the speaker, tfiF" .
Burton Alexander, 4127 Old St. Snjacksonviile, boy, Jan. 28. By BethelGroupDistricts Mrs. Susie McGraw. The pastor

Augustine Road age 38 and Lee Stewart and Genevia 523 will extend the invitation to joiners -
4147 Old St. Madison St .girl Jan. 28. Mrs. Lois Cain and Mrs. A. t :
Christine Hayard I '1, 2, 3, 9 and 18 which: ; ii .
Alex and Rt Overstreet will lift the offering.The '" _
Augustine Road, age 36. EUaphea Wright, make up Unit A of Bethel Baptist -
Charlie Poole, 2718 Lee St. age 2 Box 464 girl,' Jan. 29. Institutional Church will present Reverends Thomas Simmons

31 and Ruth E. Frazier, 1426 W. Willie and Mary Carter 1430 its initial program Sunday L. A.Tucker, Robert Smith,

6th St, age 28. Dennis St, boy Jan. 30. evening in main auditorium of the A. -Calhoun, Deacon Neil King

Calvin Johnson 1746 W. 20th James and Lubertha McNair, church the Rev. Robert H. Wilson the Rev. W. M. Daniels the pastor '

St, age 66 and Amy P. Anderson 1115 Hart St. girl, Jan. 30. minister. Mrs. -Janie Brill and Mrs.

'1746 W 20th St:,age 62. Peter ,and Ruby Hester 721 address for the Amos Harris'will make remarks.At T
Robt. Davis, 1129 Grothe St.., Court Fn boy, Jan. 30. occasion principle will be delivered.by Dr. the evening service which 6;; ._ ::=::=:;? Gas c.totHIRPER'S.

age 45 and Alberta Bryant, 1909 ,Frank and Artizell Williams,, Ivey Frey of India, resident physician begins at 6:45, devotion and,consecration J -
Hardy St, age 28. 370 Chelsea St., girl Jan. 30. of Brewster Hospital Stu- will.be conducted by the J ,

Willie Sellers, 1883 Junior St, Willie and,Ruby Williams, 2127 dents of the Brewster Hospital officers. The pastor will. deliver .
38 and Mary Sparks 151 Woodside Ave. boy;; Jan. 30.
age vim the closing message.
School of Nursing be guests. .
Odessa 'St, age 27. Louis, and Ethel Wingard, 2269 Inc.
Stanley King, 413. Copeland St, Forest St, boy,.Jan. 30. Miss Bertha Howard will pre- : '
1135 side as mistress of ceremonies. ,
age 26 and Lucille Griffin 411Copeland Robert and Rutha Lipford, PATRONIZE .
St, age 19. E. 23rd St, boy, Jan. 31. Deacon L; M Argrett is unit 2820 MAIN' at 19th PHONE EL 6-2858

Willie J. Reed, Jr. 932 .Ionia _George and.,Lena Se rcy: Or- supervisor and Dr. R. F. Mills is Florufe Star -.". .

St, age 21 and Nathalee..Bright, della St, Atlantic Beach,boy. ,Jan.. chairman;'of the ;program, -committee. ..<, Advotii' '" : ,'- ...< .Open_- 'til 9:00 pan. Every-, Night-.-....-.. ,.--.-. -.- .. .........----- -i
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I'I : St. Paul AME: Men To Feature Recital l' Sunday Evening i '

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"Mei's Day" To Be Ohervei Littl Rock Baptist Church, Choir 7kU Week' ReIliou4 JltuJIe :

24lk '}y'4;p "Eight Days With Jesus" .
Throughout Tie Day February .k'. t

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The men of Saint Paul AME Church 13th and Myrtle Ave., have 4 ,., BY BEV. C. A. WEAVER i I

completed plans for "Men's Day" to be celebrated. Sunday, Feb. 24,
, !
throughout the day.
The General Chairman, J. A.] gin The only personality in the scriptures who has filled the thoughts :

Watson, and members of the program and imaginations of man with wonder and amazing astonishment is
committee have planned a, Soiiksiie Jesus Christ. He is the golden thread of the Old Testament scriptures, 1

fine program for the entire day,' and the incomprehensible personage of the New Testament scriptures.He .
beginning with the Sunday Schoolat Honors Besideii y..K. !_1l r,"}wz:: ,l. was seen by men; they had close fellowship with Him (even closer

9:30 a. m* at which time Em- / VV V VV :$. fellowship during the last eight days of His earthly ministry); and l
mett "Chip" Reed of Grant Me- the more they knew HIm the more real He became to them. He -
morial AME Church will serve as The officers and members of was not only real in the lives of those who were with Him during

guest superintendent. Guest District No. 2 of the Bethel Bap- y+ sa the closing period of His ministry-He is real to us today. I know i
teachers have been invited to take tist Church (Southside) are spon- He is re USUNDAY!

charge of the classes. soring "Mother Annie Murray's On Sunday Christ comes \N .
Espy Td Speak Day" Sunday afternoon, February ). Y. 4 ; '_ _'c. from the little town of Bethany, just a V

Dean J. E. Espy of,Edward 24 at 3 p. m., honoring the oldest short distance from the City of Jerusalem,
Waters College will be the speaker mother.of the Southside commu- where He spent the night in the home of : V

at the morning worship at 11 nityAll members of Bethel and His friends. With a few followers, He rides : V

a. m. The Male Chorus, under the the public are invited. Rev. S. 1j' triumphantly, arouses the echoes of the ,

direction of Prof. A. N. Green, Love is the pastor. hills, and the vast multitude announces
will render the music. Him "King of Kings" and "Lord of Lords." .

The Volunteer Men of Action At the close of the day, Jesus withdraws

Club will entertain the Leaguersat Rev. Crosby OfficiatesAt : are seen here as they ap- from the city and spends the night with

5 p. m. An interesting programhas peared at a recital rehearsal. His friends.

been arranged. Young people Installation RitesIn Front row left to right:,Miss Inez Kear&e Mearse, Mrs. Renelda Jenkins, Mrs. Daisy Smith, Miss MONDAY Early Monday morning,

and adults are invited.GrandRecUal. Mt. CarmelThe CarolIne Moore. Miss Florence Preston and Miss Esther James. like a house cleaner, Jesus steps into the

Back row left to right: Mrs. Susie Prince Mrs. Annie Mae Ladd Mrs. Minnie Holliday. Mrs. temple, the house of God which had lost
The evening service will feature Viola Johnson. Mrs. Maxine Clark, Mrs. Charlotte Griffin Mrs. Elizabeth Sloan and Mrs. Maggie Hunt. sight of divine dignity and Holy sacredness. instead of being a house
something new and different in Rev. C. J. Crosby, pastor of of prayer, it was a den of thieves; a market place for highpoweredsalesmen.

musical entertainment. Curtis R. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church conducted Jesus exercised His right as King, mopped up the house

King, noted tenor and director of the installation of officersof Second Baptist Group Bethlehem Plans V Fraternal Notes with His power, and drove out those who had lost respect He called

the Male Chorus of' the Florida Choir No. 1 of Mt. Carmel Bap attention to the world that His Father's house was a house of prayer.

A & M University, Tallahassee, tist Church last Sunday evening Slates Anniversary
Annual Hen's Day TUESDAY He returns for the last time, and on the way His
after the worship FINAL TRIBUTETO
to immediately
his ,
Fla., will bring group render ;
attention is called by Peter to a withered fig tree, condemned by
a grand recital. They will service. Joseph Sanders of 1346 W. 7th Him the day before, which signified the ruined condition of the Jew-
have full charge of the services. Officers installed were: Mrs. St. will be host to the 16th Anni- Bethlehem 'Baptist Church at Members of Pallbearers SocietyNo. ish Nation-a complete revelation of the national doom. .
Music lovers are invited to attend. Izora Taylor, president; Mrs. celebration of District 26 Sixth and Madison Streets will 19 met during' the week to
All captains are requested to Sarah Hill, secretary; Deacon P. of versary Second Baptist Church Sunday observe Men's Day Sunday begin- arrange for the funeral of Ben Those who challenge Jesus must suffer the consequences.

see their members and be prepared H. Holland, vice president; Mrs. afternoon, Feb. 24, at 3 o'clock.L. ning with the Sunday School and Irvin to be held Saturday, Feb. Tuesday was a day of days. Time cannot erase its contents from
4 to make a full report at the Edith Haigler, assistant secretary; 23, 4:00 p. m., at Sweetfield Baptist Amid
C. Bryant will deliver the continue throughout the day. ; the board of eternity. showers of criticism, Jesus was equalto
service. Female membersof Deacon Holland, treasurer; Mrs. Church.
evening address and other noted personalities Israel Lee Copeland is general every emergency.
the church are asked to give Gussie Lee Gordon, chairman, .
will appear on the program. chairman of the observance; Eu- WEDNESDAY The activities of Jesus on Wednesday seemedto
committee James BAZAAR SCHEDULED
their full support to the men Sun- program ;
is chairmanof gene R. Sawyer co-chairman; be held silent in the library of eternity-to be revealed to the
day and help them to reach their ins, critic; and Miss Sandra Mrs.-Gladys Taylor FEB. 28-MARCH 1
goal. Wyche, pianist. the program committee: Irving Eddy, secretary; Louis A two-night bazaar is scheduledto sleeping saints at a later day; and yet, it is my honest opinion that He
Nelson, music chairman; Cleve be held next Thursday and Friday spent the time alone, in rest and meditation. It was not time thrown

Collins, ushers,chairman; and J. evening in the Elks Home, 712 away.What visions and dreams must have been thrown on the canvas
B. Bembry, advertisement chair- during the restless hours of a cloudless night!
W. Monroe Street, at 9:00 p. m.
Your Old Wo den Structure man.The Rev.T.E. Nelson is pas-
The event is being sponsored by THURSDAY The central thought of this day leads us to the
tor of Bethlehem Baptist.
i- Pride of Maceo Temple 186, Last Supper in the Upper Room, where He spent His final hours
OR CONCRETE BLOCK BUILDING C.Parham Johnson will be mas-
IBPOEW. with His Disciples.The .
ter of ceremonies at the 11 a. m.

CAN NOW BE CONVERTED service. The speaker for the morn- Units in charge of booths are Passover meal was great; but, to me the memorial meal was
ing will be Chester H. Cowart, as follows: the greatest Jesus took bread and wine and set up a memorial that

.. principal of Douglas Anderson Jr. Beuna V, fishing pond; HattieI's will outlast any bronze statue or carved rock. With His friends some

/ Into. A Beautiful Brick Horn- High School, and he will be intro- fortune telling; ushers, count known and some unknown, He stamped the image of His life's work

; Red Brick -:. Egg Shell White -:. Buff duced by A. C*,.Madry, principalof try store;.nurses, hot dogs; choral upon our hearts.
James Weldon Johnson. Jr. group, arts and crafts; Violet What He needs today is more friends with real service and less

Here Is Actual Proof Before Bricking High ,SchooL ? Flower Club, guess booth; Shrine, friends with/noise. !
The Rev. IUcll"ard 'Wilson, pastor miscellaneous; and Maceo LodgeNo.
of West Friendship Baptist 8, special project FRIDAY This is the day on which Jesus was tried and cruci-

Church, will deliver the messageat Door prizes will be awarded fied. No book can tell the story. He is face to face with the most
the evening service.';He will be Friday night. severe and bitter part of his earthly life. The moon is full at midnight -

+i'vx r4A r presented by the Rev Mr. Nelson. S. From a cloudless sky it sent forth silver rays with clearness,
Services are scheduled to beginat PALLBEARERS GRAND as if to make visible the path for Him who made her to shine in the
f 7:00: o'clock. UNIONGAINESVILLE beginning that He might even walk at night without stumbling.

x. The Rev. From that day to this, the church has been able to sing, "In the
Mr. W.. R. Robinson, president of Cross of Christ I Glory." Those who saw Jesus on the cross didn't

Mt. Zion To Hear the Gainesville and Ocala Districts know that it was love that held Him there instead of nails. Pilate's

... of the Pallbearers Grand mistake has become the password for the church.
Union, presided over a joint meet-
EWC Choral Having been crucified, he rested 36 hours in Joseph's new tomb.
Group ing held recently in Bethel Bap-
He completed the prescribed course in the university of redemption,
tist Church, McIntosh. The Rev.
and came forth Sunday morning with His credentials and announcedto
Mr. J. S. Townsend conducted
The Edward Waters College the world that "All power is in my hands. Go ye therefore, and
devotional services.W. .
Choral Group, under the directionof teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of
b ie Miss Ruth Gregg will be pre- Woody and Mrs. Rachel A. the Son and of the Holy Ghost: Teaching them to observe all things

sented in recital Sunday 7:00 p. m. James, grand secretary, also appeared whatsoever I have commanded you: and lo, I am with you always,
in the auditorium of Mt. Zion on the program. even unto the end of the world."

The Some Home After Bricking AME Church, under the auspicesof The place of meeting of the
the Young Women of Allen's grand lodge was changed from
rt } organization., The group presents Gainesville to Tampa because of

local musical talent annually, individuals the illness of the grand president SERVICE
a J 4ti: or groups. The meeting will be held at the ) $2.OO

4 t The Edward Waters Chorus will Pallbearers Grand Union Temple, Lft CALLSFAST

be heard in classical, semiclassical Tampa, 2528.S.
P and religious1 selections. RADIO DISPATCH SERVICE

Musical Planned Lily White Lodge No. 126 will

sponsor its annual tea Sunday,

. February 23, from 3 to 5 p. m., in
By Church Groups the home of Mrs. Maggie Jenkins -

1611 West 17th Street
The scheduled lists the
A musical program will be pre-
sented February 24r.by the Senior following persons as participants: Ii HI VS1 I)
Mrs. Alice Griffin, Mrs. M. L.
Choir and Usher Boards 1 and 2
McCray, Mrs. Lucy Tremble, Miss on ivviiu ir
of Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist -
Joyce Jackson, Miss Clevel Cro-
I ,3jiJI Church.
-k- martie, Robert Edwards, Mrs. Eva Each account is
The program will begin at 7:00p. Our very Ufecral CURRENT RATE
Mrs. Agnes Davis, Roland insured to
m. in the auditorium of the earnings art tow-
Jackson, Mrs. Gladys poaa4ed Sae I. $10,000 by the
church. The Chorus of
r Gospel
Vaught .Mrs. Eamestine Jackson Annually e' Say 1of/0 Federel Savings'
West Union Baptist Church, the jags In this Association 3
and Insurance -
and Mrs. Earline Jackson.
which i Is
Male Chorus of Day Spring Bap-
s Mrs. Annie L. Huff will deliver chartered aaa* so* Corporation j
tist Church, and the choir
BRICKING ELIMINATES COST ,OF UPKEEP INSULATES YOUR HOME Berean Seventh Day Adventist the address for the occasion U.penrised S. Government.by the OF DIVIDEND authorized act of by on
be Mrs: Congress.M
and will presented by
Church, St. Augustine, will be
Warmer In Winter -:- Cooler In Summer Lucile Scott
featured on the program.Mrs.
PAINTING chairman Mrs. Marie Collier, president of
COSTS LESS THAN Clementine Wiggins, -
of the program 'committee, the lodge, announced that theRe if i Nr i ife f iiii
Mr.E.H. Howell and Walter
I ""NO MONEY DOWN I I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS | persons his: announced will appear thai"other.' talented i Calhoun will appear on the pro-

V K MHBi B B BiBH ; gram also.


Bethel .Soiiksiie
V i i PHONE EL 4-5863 ,.. Lodge No. 123, Knights of
3 -
3f Slates Pythias, met last Thursday to r Mw-l;
Program make arrangements for the I ; ih'-M; ;; Outstanding

WILLARD CONSTRUCTION CO. Thanksgiving service, scheduledto
Rehearsal for Choir 2 of Bethel be held March 24. I VOTE BLANK II |

Baptist Church, Southside, is The Thanksgiving service is
SPECIALIZING IN INSULATED SIDING HEW EXCITING COLOR BLENDS scheduled for Friday night at 8 held for members of the order to I 'I Want to Cost My Vote for II |

p. m. in the church auditorium. give special thanks to The DivineCreator. .
F BUILT ALL TYPES REMODELING Chicken dinners will be served '
I I.. I Saturday in the home of Deacon = ,.'
AT LOW COST AT REASONABLE RATESf' and Mrs. Joe Winston-, 2119 Wis- N.ift el Minister : .

teria Street in the home of Mrs. A. Baldwinon 1- '
District 2 will observe "Annie Jerusalem Street at 6.p. m. PcatotOf t
CALL US AND BE CANT BE BEAT Murray'g Day: Sunday. at 3 p. m. Choir 2 and Usher Board 2 will I Nome of Chunk '" '. .J I3.'. i

at the churchv District 4 will meet serve At each service. L- ._ 1
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I, NAACP Sets Integration As Goal' For' 1957 -**. -

Tampans Spur Membership Drive I Receive Safe-Driving Awards *

: Committee Sponsors :' ,.:........ ...._.....__ _""____-__.____ *

11 A Aid Raise Funds For Bias Fight FAMU Debaters far **

Mrs. Hortense Gray chairman -'

TAMPA A Negro leader in Tampa is reported to have ,declared announced that the For- .p. I

i that integration is among the 1957 goals of the National Association um Committee of the A. L. *

for the Advancement Colored People.I Lewis Branch YWCA:will pre-

4 This aim was outlined in & i 'ens the FAMU Debating Team *

meeting at Beulah Baptist Church "Night Falls FasrlStars Sunday. February 24. 4:30 p. s

I in Tampa by the Rev. W. S. Ban- Local Youth m,. in the assembly room of r 'ZS: :

field pastor of a Seventh Day the Afro-American Life Insur- IWe t-

Adventist'church and local NAA- ance Building on Ocean Si. .r rc ;R.djiF '.a > afy.f: 'LR' ext. 4: o a I
CP president. Donald Collier will, play the The six-member group will

role of Dan the bellhop Monday debate the United States For-

Other goals set forth to the night in the celebrated drama eign Aid Policy. They will be o ;

estimated 100 Negroes attending "Night Falls Fast," which will be accompanied by Dr. S. Ran

3 were 'to raise a reserve fund of presented in the gymtorium of dolph Edmonds. head of the +.. ..i S jY .

f $3,000 to provide legal aid for Douglas Anderson Junior H ghSchooL Department of Speech at FlorIda -

Negroes in integration 'matters, ; ,vxlyb.lt
A & M University. *
get the cooperation of all Negro Mr. Collier is a graduate of The public is invited to at- A tip of.the ptpsi Cap to

organizations and increase the Stanton High School, where his tend. these ntstsAdlnt you
Americans who make eat
present unstated\ membership by performance in "The Night of country and our eomtamtfty

2000. January 16th," under the directionof a better pUet ia which to itr*.

Mr. Edwin Matthews, was ex ERVIN GIVES RULING *
Banfield said ,the funds would
I be available to any Tampa Negro cellent. He has appeared in several TALLAHASSEE State Atty. ki L *A ..aW. * *
plays presented by the dramatic Gen.._Richard Ervin said witnesses
admission .
whose child is denied
1 department of Florida.. & who ignore subpoenas to testify *
to a white public school because
ri M University and Dr. Randolph before .the NAACP investigative
of his race, or one who got into *
Edmonds feels that Jacksonvillewill committee cannot be cited for jI

difficulty over an integration be proud of Mr. Collier hi contempt by the committee. How- .
issue such as bus seating. I*
.(/ his role as Dan. ever, he added that either the
Banfield did not indicate there This exciting play was presented State Senate or the House of Rep-

are immediate plans for Negroesto by the Dramatic Guild last resentatives could cite the wit- .. *
are the Moed's Transfer Company I ICHARLES
demand integration in schools, year to a very enthusiastic audi- nesses after the Legislature goes I *
several of whom received awards recently for completing ten:years of accident-free driving. On
buses or other public facilities. ence in the university auditorium. into session.
award was given for five years of safe driving.

1 The following men received awards:'William Bunts tenth year Dennis Rhodes, tenth year ,L :

James Bunts tenth year: Hudson Jackson fifth year: Robert Haines, tenth year; and Roy Williams ,

: Feed your baby tenth year. An award was-made---to Ernest Williams in absentee for ten years of acddeni'free driving. .

Delener's Club Names "Dads' Club" Slates 'iii -
Ht. Olive Is Host BUOOS JL .

CARNATIONAmerica's Officials For Year Benefit Talent ShowThe New High Stanton School Senior w

To Union Meeting Pepsi-Cola and PepsiCola dealers J
pay tribute this week to w
"Dad's Club" of New Stan-
: The Deleners' Charity Club will Charles Bum. m member
":' begin all meeting sessions at 8:00 : ton Senior High School will present of the senior class. H. is *
p. m. throughout 1957. "The Big Broadcast," a talent The Rev. J. M. Dixon, pastor leader captain of school band a *
I show 3 8:00 in and congregation of Mt. Olive member of NaUonal Honor
The organization announcesnew : p. m, Society, and has been selected -
the school auditorium. Primitive Baptist Church will be to appear In the W
Ii members as follows: Mrs. "Who's Who in America
The purpose of the affair is to host to the Auxiliary Union meet- High Schools.LKTBEBA." *
Henrietta White, Arthur Jessie,
purchase microscopes for the ing Sunday at 3 p. m.
healthy baby" milkJ Lemon Cowart, Archie Jessie, ** *
i Science Department of the schooL District 5, host district, has arranged -
Mrs. Beatrice Birk, Mrs. Clara .'
Invitations have been extended a program for. the occa- ;
r Corighman, Mrs. Viola Bell, Shel-
4 schools and local organizations to sion. Those appearing on program
4l ly Rodgers, Mrs. Ruth Asberry, *
l send representatives to participatein 'are Deacon James Grant, choir 3
Leroy Harris, Mrs. Martha Don 'I
1 the show. of Mt. Olive Mrs. M. L. Cooper, *
aldson, Essie Mae-Carter and Al-
The announcement was made Mrs. B. E. McKeever, Mrs. Eliza-
bert Harris. *
by L. I. Stukes, secretary of the beth Hall, Mrs. Eva Wall, Jerome
Officers elected recently are:M. Forrest Mrs. Thelma Edwards *
organization New Stanton dads. ,I
L Cooper, president; N. M. Cal- Deacon Thomas Smith, Phillip' *

way ?xk,4, houn, vice president; Christine Allbeck and the pastor.

i 'ti 37YY, d i0v Frasia financial ,secretary;,WillieL. Organizations Slate *

Gundy, recording secretary;
Rosa Mack, treasurer; M. Gundy, Benefit Baby ContestA *

sinking fund treasurer; W.,Scott, Day Spring Plans *

chaplain; George Grant, alternate baby contest will terminate

chaplain, and Mrs. Eliza Frasia, June 30 in Central CME Church SundayActivities ..-
founder of club. ANN FLOYD
sponsored by several organiza if

{ e e The board of directors consistsof tions. Proceeds from the contest Isaiah High Blocker School Junior

1 N. M. Calhoun, Archie Frasia. will go towards setting up a blood The Sunday activities of Day Lethera is a member of

Joe Taylor and Eddie Clayton. bank fund for members of the Spring Baptist Church are as follows the 9-7 homeroom and m
associations and their families. : District 11 will observe its straight "A" honor stu
dent. She Is president of
The following babies will com- homecoming Sunday at 4 p. m. in the honor society, mem-
ber of school band. secre
Lucky Sixteen Circle pete for winning places: Theodore the home of Mrs. N. R. Lowe.Mrs. tary-treasurer of her
's J. asp Florita will be the speaker. District homeroom and a Sunday
Taylor, Denese Dean Brown, School teacher at St. Paul
;4 Holds Election Meet Dewey Moses Carolyn Louise 1 will meet in the home of AME Church.

Roland, Annette Bette Williams, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bailey, 629 W. *** *

Bernard T. Williams and WalterF. 4th St. at 4 p. m.; Districts 9 and
Mesdames Shellie Roberts and
Donaldson. 14 will meet in the home of Mrs. *
Ida Buggs were hostesses to the
I Henrietta Williams, 2033 Venus *
tf. \ Lucky Sixteen Sewing and Saving Sponsoring organizations are:
f. The Free and Friendly Associa- Street at 4 p. m.
Circle when new officers were *
elected recently. I tion, Deleners' Group II, Jean District 26 will meet in the

and Jerry Kindergarten, Skip, home of Mr: and Mrs. Arthur if
William Buggs presided over I
I Hop Kindergarten and Pallbearers Wescotte, 1151 Steele Ct., at 4 'if
the meeting and the election results
\ Society No. 216. p. m.; District 21 will meet at the I
I' are as follows: 4
$ church at 4 p. m. District 15 will Y *
Mrs. Fannie Robinson, president; .
observe its anniversary at 3:30 p. : *
Mrs. Polly Whitfield vice presi- Stanton High i School ,
m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs.
dent Mrs. Willie Griffin, record- *
; Sets "Religious Week" S. L. Davis, 1516 W. 7th St, Mrs.C. \
wE;; ing secretary;'Mrs. Inez Johnson,
B. Sloan will be the speaker. ji./r'/y '
P ; financial secretary; Mrs. Minnie District 7 will meet with District *
King treasurer; Mrs. Mary Lou "Spiritual and Religious Em-I
: 13 in its celebration at 4 p. m., in *
n a \t\ Ward, chaplain; Mrs. Ella Mae phasis Week" will be observed at i
the home of Mrs.Ruth Ashley, 936 ROBERT R. GRAHAM I.
r Whitfield sinking fund secretary; New Stanton Senior High School
Ionia St, at 4 p. m. at which time Matthew W. Gilbert
Mrs. Theresa White, sinking fund March 4-8. nigh School
Mrs. Theo Oree will be the speaker. *
treasurer; Mrs. Lucy McDonald Local ministers and religious Robert Is an honor student -
District 13 will sponsor a tea and member' of the
Christmas, Funds secretary; Mrs. representatives from all denomi- 11B-S homeroom. His ex- *
in the home of Deacon and Mrs. I
Ida Buggs Christmas Fund treas- nations have been invited to participate tra currlcular activities
Include *
A. B. Barnes, 1856 W. 13th Street membership In the
urer; Mrs. Bertha,Jones, business in the observance, desig- Marching Panthers Band I
from4to6p.m. and secretary to his home
"Healthy btby"Edward Cooper Atlanta manager and ,L. A. Lewis, re nated to provide guidance and room organization. He Is *
services to students Usher'Board 2 will sponsor its a member of the Bethel t
porter. counseling en- *
annual Coffee Hour March 10 at Baptist Church. Southslde. J
rolled at the school, particularlythose
YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION. It's the rooms throughout the world than 08 who.have shown an interestin 4 p. m. in the YWCA with Mrs. *

,, safest, most nourishing and digestible other brands combined!Prepared formulas FLORIDA STARIN entering the field of religious Thelma Livingston as the speaker.Mrs. * *

t 'form of, milk for your baby's formula:; that claim to be complete are expensive service. Alice Burroughs will also

.:.y_. More mothers feed Carnation to their compared to Carnation..Be sure to EVERY The observance will be 'climaxed appear on the program. "' -- .--

babies than any other brand.,And,more ask your doctor about Carnation. It's by a special assembly period CongrarulatloM Cola to :.iron three froM Melt Peed

Carnation is used In hospital formula the,milk every doctor knows. COLORED HOME with a portion of the time devoted PATRONIZEAdvertisers Award winners

:, to questions by the students
,. Utttm t. Pepsi Merit! Awardsalutation
that will be answered by visiting ..
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Audrey Hepburn and a cast
: -from CMltI .d Con e" STARTS WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 27th 2' FIRST RUNS CotoOtaUrs !
of thousands star,In Paramount*
h'a-, .;..__________________ technicolor. spectacle drama. Cbarlroa Hestoa'THREE of ,
.Brand "WAR AND PEACE showing and JackuevUlelielreeh

Leading first run at the Strand Sunday AND THE PRIZE"

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I. .. -- ,: ': News Of Interest FromAll! Sections Of'BeautifuIFlorida'I:: '

Putnam ,County News Ncition l Honor Society I WiHfeton CARD OF THANKSThe

< family of the late Mrs.
s CHURCH OF GOD Addie Williams extends thanksto

OBSERVES ANNIVERSARYThe friends for expressions of

BY E. J., VBEStf ; 13th anniversary of the sympathy in their sorrow. We '

0 603 Madison Siratt PaTaHra Florida i Rev. J. J. Jones as pastor of the extend special thanks to Rev. \

: Phono East S-.. -i Church of God in Christ began L. D. Green.

; ..., J.ul'y Monday night, Feb. 18, and will Signed: Mrs. Clara Wrightand

... A THOUGHT FOH-THE WEEK continue through Sunday, Feb. 24. family.

"Silence is a figure of speech, unanswerable, short. cold but ; t1yy. The program is being sponsoredby \

Evangelist R L, Lambert, and
terribly severe. Theodore YourEditorial
music will be furnished by Mrs.
11 .Last week Mrs. Mattie Brewer was our movie guest. Her hus-
Y Alma Jones and Elder G. Hughes. Page
is called "Churchill/ II
The service opened with D. R. Speaks for Progress
This week we would like to
Berry of New Baptist Church in
hare a young business man assour St. Augustine

movie guest. He operates a charge. .\\ F'
Elder W. Walker, pastor of Rock
-. very popular business, .and has E D !
Hill Church of Dunellon, together
three very fine daughters. His sister MRS. LOWNDES NAMED Y h
I41 with his congregation, conducted
recently opened a business -WOMAN OF YEAR"Iota [

place around the corner from him.I Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi services Tuesday night.
Elder R. Jones, of the Churchof defer
don't have much more to say Beta Sorority honored Mrs. Shed itil.4qI
God by Faith, and Elder Mack
,about him. except he is slightly rick Lowndes, public school teacher -
Dixon of Bronson, were in charge 41
heavy and drives 'a Dodge car. If as "Woman of the Year" dur- Wednesday night.

he doesn't recognize this description ing its observance of "Finer ,
Elder T. Thompson of Ocala and
of himself his daughters will. Womanhood Week." The award _: 'Iili. :::: 7, ._:, ,III.1a.: .: "N.Ql, t Elder S. Smith of East Palatka

We will be happy to give him two was made on the.campus of Florida OFFICERS OF ISAIAH BLOCKER CHAPTER Seen here are officers of the Isaiah Blocker conducted services Thursday Q.

movie passes upon contact. Normal and Industrial Memorial Chapter of the National Honor, Society.senior students who have maintained averages of 45. night with Evangelist Hall of .eed

.College.' Left to right: Lethera Ann Floyd president: Annie L. Johnson. vice president: Delano Messer Tampa preaching the sermon.

Mrs. Bernice Baker and Mr. Dr. Anne W. Jordan Second secretary: Marjorie Meeks. assistant secretary: George Martin. treasurer and Marion Norris journalist. Elder G. Hughes will preach the

Frank Bivens returned to Miami Anti-Basileus of-the National Zeta Mr. William T. Harper Is principal of Isaiah Blocker Junior High School. sermon on Youth Night Feb. 23,
Monday after attending their mother's -
Phi .Beta Sorority and Dean of and music will be furnished by
funeral Mrs. Lillie Mae
Women at Savannah State Col- The Suwannee Junior Singers,

Rankins. They were accompaniedon. lege, Savannah, Ga., was one of School NewsJAMES Hastings Quakers Render The Gospel Four, The Happyland fJ
.the return trip by their small
the speakers during the "Finer Singers, The Harmonizing Five, '
niece, J. L Roberts. WOMEN'S COTERIE CLUB 'A
Womanhood" observance. Other WELDON JOHNSON The Womeh-.s'Coterie, Club held Economic Aid To The Christian Gospel Singers and

speakers were Mrs. Katie Troup, JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL The Great Garrison Specials of
Friends of Mrs. Edna Mae P. its meeting last Sunday in the
: wife-of the president of Ft. Valley BAND CONCERT FEB. 25 Williston. I
will to learn that she has home of Mrs. Retha Merritt on Southern Negroes
regret State College, Ft. Valley, Ga., and James Weldon Johnson Junior Sunday School will begin at iiiiJl al ." ,,
been,ill for the past three weeks., School Street with Mrs. Rosa
Mrs. Ozora Wysinger Shell, National High School Band will appear in 10:30: a. m. Feb. 24.

Chairman of Zeta's "Blue its annual concert Monday night Nimmons serving as cohostess.The Two shipments of clothing and Dinner will be served at 2 p. m. If Iron Deficiency Anemia
Miss Alveta Ellis returned this election of officers was held
Revue" and a supervisor in the February 25, 8:00 p. ra, in the material aids: were sent to South The missionaries of the church Has Sapped Your Strength
week from Miami. She was called at a previous meeting, held in the
public,school system of Bradford school auditorium. Carolina recently by the American will conduct services at 3 p. m. S.S.S. Tonic builds better ,
because of the passing of home of Mrs. Cora Harrison with
away County, Starke, Florida. Ernest Wyatt director, is .completing Friends Service Committeefor and the YPWW at 6:30 p. m. health strengthens weak
her cousin. Mrs. Emma Goodwin, chairmanof I blood. S.S.S.Tonic made of
his first year as band di- distribution among distressed I The regular evening worship ,

rector at the school. He is a grad- the election committee, pre : Negro families in Orangeburg I service will begin at 7:30 p. m. Nature's own roots and

Mrs. A. .L. Osgood returned uate of Florida A. & M. Univer- siding. county. I herbs, has vital iron to build
Monday from Dade City and Sara- W0BSPROGRAM Officers elected were: Mrs. Ma-
I rich red blood. So give
sity, where he received training The aid is part of the assistance your

sota. She was accompanied by SCHEDULE under the nationally known musician ble Merkerson, president; Mrs. being given by the Quaker organization OnInge ParkST. whole family an energy lilt
Mrs. Allen Mercer. They visited Mary Esau, vice president; Mrs
Dr. William P. Foster. He to Negro citizens in the get back your pep.
Mrs. Osgood's mother in Dade MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE Cora Harrison, secretary; Mrs.: S.S.S. Tonic makes fed
South who economicand you
served.as.band director at Douglas are suffering JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH
and Mrs. Mercer's niece in 1O e- 1:11 Sign On Idella Daniels treasurer Mrs. Ma-
City ;
.:oz- .** News A Weather High School, Live Oak, Fla., priorto legal restrictions imposed by The pastor and congregation of good again fast or your
Sarasota. AS7:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon tilda Cox, sick committee treas- back. Now in liquid
Grace) coming to James Weldon John- integration opponents. st. John Baptist Church will con- money
7:00-7:13 News Weather urer; Mrs. Rebecca Wilson, chap- About 400 pounds of children's or tablets at all drug
duct services Friday night, Feb.
Friends of Deacon Charlie Jones 7:0310 Moraine Capers (Bob son.Arthur lain; Mrs. Caretha M. Harris, reporter -i counters. SAVE! Buy tho
Hudson) of clothing and shoes have been sent.
C. Madry, principal 22, at Little Rock Baptist Church
will regret to learn that his home tat-S43 News '*' Weather ; Mrs.. L. F. Carter, parlia- large economy size!
Among the families to receive the
1:039.M Moraine Capers (Bob James Weldon Johnson, an- in Sandersville.
burned last Friday mentarian.The .
was badly
night. The living room furniture taoi.M News Hudson ft)Weather nounced that patrons and friendsof name of Mrs. Emma Good- goods are persons who have lost Sunday night, Feb. 24, the same CLARA WARD

S3-10M ampin* Show (Johnny the school are invited to attend. their jobs and others who have group will conduct an afterservice Famous Gospel
was: completely demolished. Shaw) win will be added to the charter.
10:00-lt:03 News Weather had mortgages_ foreclosed becauseof worship at St. James AME, Singer,
Board of Di- says,
New members of the
Train No. 1 (Deacon
10311Gospel their-support of integration or
JAMES WOODS.mCUPEBATmG Church. The Heavenly Light Gos-!
Mr. Timothy L. Collier was Selected Grace) rectors are: Mrs., A. Smith,, Mrs. "If you're weary
11:00-11:03 News A Weather the program of the National Asso- pel Singers will appear on the
," Teacher of the Month" at 113-12:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon Retha Merritt Mrs. B. Sprawd- and there's no song
Grace James Woods, 14-year-old son ciation for the Advancement of also.CARD I' in heart
Central Academy High School. ) ling, Mrs. C, Harris, and, Mrs. Ira program your you
U.1O-l2O3 Local Daniels News (Yvonne of Mrs. Maude B. Pridden, 2232 Colored People. may be tired and
Mr. Collier attended the public ) Fields.
125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel) West 45th', Street, is convalescingafter Another shipment of clothingand x slowed down because
schools in Jacksonville and also 12:151:00 Noontime Tnneume Mrs. Estelle E. Britton, R.N., OF THANKSWe I of Iron
Yvonne Daniels undergoing an ,emergency material aids was sent recently -
( )
attended Edward Waters College.He 1401:03 News"fe'Weather and Mrs. Josephine Glass of St. for distribution take this method to DeficiencyAnemia.
in Duval Medical Cen- among .
received his B. S. degree from 13- %:QO Gospel TraiA.No. 2 (Deacon operation Augustine were guests at the thank our friends for expressions -
flood victims in the coal field Try
Grace) ter last Monday night. He is a area
Florida A&M University, Ta a- 20- 23 News A Weather meeting. of condolence over the S.LL TeaIe
of Hazard The ship-
Z.tt3:00 Gospel naa.Ko.I'Deacoa member of the seventh grade ,
hassee. loss of our mother, Mrs. Lillie to build
GlUe class at James Weldon Johnson.. ment included shoes and clothingfor
30- 33 News A Weather303.411JumPts' op rich.
members of
Davis spoke briefly to Mae Rankins. We extend -
ee .ee. and 'children special ?
Show (JohnnyShaw men, women red b code
) the class. thanks to Rev. L. D. Green.
and household articles.
Roseboro Termed 40- 43 News ft Weather DOUGLAS ANDERSON bedding,
43* 30 ampin*,Show.(Johnny HIGH SCHOOL Mrs..Daisy Lampkin, vice presi- The American Friends Service Signed: Lynwood Rankins,
Shaw) JUNIOR dent of the Pittsburg Courier, husband; Minnie Lee Rankins, --.
Committee founded in 1917
50- 53 New A Weather FAMU GROUP PRESENTS was
'New Campanella'HAVANAJohn 53- ,:U Jmnpln Show Johnny DRAMA visited the school also and delivered to relieve human suffering and to daughter; Bernard Rankins,

Shaw) an address to the membersof son; and Mrs. 'M. L. Rankins, I
SATURDAY SCHEDULE The Florida A. & M. dramatic ease tensions between individuals,
1:00- '*2 SUn On the junior and senior class. She mother-in-law.
Roseboro, 23- 6:02- IU News ft Weather society,. under the direction of,Dr. groups, and nations. It functions
:05- 70 Heaven's Road spoke on the many opportunities
year-old Ashland, Ohio catcher, 70* 73 News Weather J. Randolph Edmonds, will pre- available in the field of journalism in more than a dozen countries
,:A- S0 Moraine capers (Bob drama "Night Falls besides the United States. .
made scouts sent 3-act ,
baseball managers Hudson) a and also on the functions and '
and sports writers take notice of S0t3 News Weather Fast," in the gymnatorium of While in recent months it has

his terrific batting power and his ,S3- 90 Morning Hudson) capers (Bob Douglas Anderson School Monday accomplishments Jack Davis, former of the Stantonianwho NAACP. channeled extensive aid to Hun-! You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get

while .:to- 93 News Weather 25 7:30 o'clock. garian refugees and distressed
superb handling of pitchers night February ,
93-109 Juxnpin Show (Johnny is currently a member of the
playing in the winter league. Shaw) Tickets are on sale at the school persons in Egypt, it has a con-
Louis Jordan band visited the
100-103 News A Weather LOW PRICES
Roseboro is the fellow who has 103-110 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne and also at Matthew W. Gilbert, school. He is -,a professional or- tinuing program in this country

been tabbe d successor to Roy 110-113 News Daniel ft)Weather R. L. Brown, Long Branch, Forest ganist and he delighted the audi- which seeks to help improve race

Campanella of the Brooklyn Dod- 113-120 Gospel Train No. 1 (Yvonne Park and Susie E. Tolbert schools.Dr. with his and jokes. relations.The Off Yeur
DWell) ence songs
He hit .338 with Caracas Edmonds' is well recent shipments to the
gers. 120-125 Local News (Yvonne group Ernest D. Jackson, local attor-
in the Caribbean Daniels). includes stu- South represent one of its projects
and trained and some
played 125-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniel) ney, spoke to members of the MUG; STORE NEEDS
which seek to meet needs in this
series against Cubt Puerto Rico, UUlOt Noontime Tnnetlme dents from Jacksonville. social studies classes on their obligation -
Yvonne Daniels)
and Panama. Last year he hit 10- 13 News Weather Douglas Anderson is located on to public affairs. country. Other programs in hous-

.273, with 25 home runs. at Montreal 1:0329 Gospel Daniels Train) No. 2 (Yvonne the corner 'of San Diego and Members of the "Stantonian" ing, merit employment,. school Trade With Your neighborhood Drug Store

2023 News Weather White integration, and work with Amer-
2:0330 Saturday Session. (Johnny staff,, along with the journalismclass
ican Indians are conducted thru
"Roseboro is the No. 1 prospect Shaw) and club, are in the processof We Will Meet Any Prices AdvertisedIn
Mickey 30-33 News *. Weather ELEMENTARY the Service Committee's Community -
I've place
seen any 33- 49 Saturday Session (Johnny MONCRIEF editing the first school paper
Owen, the new Jacksonville Shaw) SCHOOL Relations Program. Your lAce I PapersWIOD'S
for the also making
40- 43 News ft Weather year. They are
Braves pilot and manager of May- 43 19 Saturday Session (Johnny CALENDAR TEA SET plans to attend the press confer-

aguez, the Puerto Rican League 1Ot- 1:03 News Shaw)ft Weather FOR SUNDAYThe ence to be held at FAMU soon. CARD OF THANKSThe

champions. "He can do all things 33-=u Saturday Shaw Session (Johnny Parent-Teacher Associationof family of the late Mr. DIXIE PHARMACY
bIg-run, hit and throw. SUNDA SCHEDULE Moncriet Elementary School is CARD OF THANKSI Edward Peterson extends sin-
"Sure he can be another Cam- .*0- I. SUn on sponsoring a calendar tea at the 1m KINGS R0AD a f MYRTLE AVENUE
1:11- see News Weather wish to thank my friendsfor cere thanks to friends for ex; PHN 6 ,
panella. He can do things Cam- 45- 79 Heavent Road (Deacon school Sunday afternoon, begin- IL 5-St7-W
cards of
the beautiful flowers, pressions sympathy during
Grace) W. Mrtr/ Wit i Abo fill AH Doctor P"Ktlptlo
panella 'can't do right now. He 1:00- ,:13 News *Weather ning at 4 o'clock. and for prayers offered duringmy their bereavement. Special

can run like'an outfielder and:on 73-739' Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon Mrs. Sarah M. Rich is general illness. My husband joins thanks to Rev. P. H.Frison. PAY YOUR LIGHT* WATER AND TELEPHONE

top of everything else; he's a left- 7:30S9 Latimor Gospel SingersLive chairman of the event and will be Ruth
in "Thank Signed Mrs. Peterson
( Gospel Singing) me saying you. : BILLS STOREr
handed hitting catcher with pow- 19I'M Healing Waters (Oral assisted by Mrs. Zenovious Strip- Mrs.L. D. Green. wife, and family.

er. If he was a free agent, rd give, 1:3099 Jax Roberts Revival) Center Rev. ling, Mrs. Varnell Perry, Mrs.

$100,000 just to sign him up." Eunice Riley) Olivia Smith and Carter T. Lewis. -

Owen has no chance to sign I 199-1909 90-199 Heaven-rir Bishop 8. C. Gospel JQMltmi Singers Mrs. Rich announced that pa-
1+01'> !I Fl1G 1 "LA S Mu.WILE 754AY.AAYOB
Roseboro, who is headed for the lldft-llrtS Temple(Live Gospel of God 8tnf(tor.ng)W. B. trons and friends of the school are rjST _I Ii K rra4/

Dodgers camp at Vero Beach. The Herbert) invited to,attend. tvu
still the 19:41-119 Heaven's Road (Deacon.. i .
Dodgers carry younj Grace) raw off
catcher on the Portland roster in 119-113 News Weather SINGERS TO APPEARThe y 17NY L IUVA(91LgVN Sri
113-129 Heaven's .....(Deacon &ttGNEY /
the Pacific Coast League. Grace) Nightingales of Philadel- 1 1wrf

Roseboro is ready for the challenge 12:111:11 123-123 Heaven's News ft Weather Boa4(Yvoane phia, the Suwanee Quintet of Au- ,

although he admits all thu I 1:11- 1:13 News Daniels*) Weather gusta, Ga., and the Blind Boys of

; talk about a "new Campanella" is 1N- 1:31 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Alabama are $scheduled appearat

J just "something on your mind," 1:>>-, 29 ilL Daniels Ararat) Baptist.Cawch the Moncrief, ,Elementary;

Clay Bryant said. (Rev. Dallas Graham) School March 10, 9:00: p. m. f
29- 39 Jafeo Gospel
-i- Y Live Gospel ftJactai) Mrs. L. M. Jackson is sponsorof
3tt4:11 God's Holy Shrine (Mothei: -
PATRONIZEFlerida Bola Woods) the -event m
,49- S9 Church of God ta Christ e. ., f. Ii
Star Rider Charles Beck 2 Ij i
89- 53 News ft Weather NEW STANTON & Mta j
..- 1tIlle&va'a Road. .(YvonneD I
Advertiser* MI toll) HIGH SCHOOL -, i

r HNF JI)4T tl6M6RY! w ,M i
IEI" For PromptVICTORY 'I Barbara Richardson journalism
C.l Senior
D&lftI! student: at New Stanton

High School, spotlighted Interesting -

FUfcSERVICE : events occurring at the L-

school dam,. the past several : i
weeks as follows:

A visit paid':, the journalism sr S

EL 3-15* I class, and by Enroll,pttbUc B.relations Davis,director advertising .L'\' \ : .

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54. pa. Q417' S I Jaycees Addresses Jackie Robinson HeelingMIAMI Beach

i. Robinson, for-
mer Brooklyn Dodger star, Was

Gate City Open Is wBrentwood fF ; Course merce.Beach the guest weekly speaker Junior dinner Monday Chamber of the evening of Miami Com at

Robinson, who is as much at

Professional And 3 Amateur f Champions Golden Gloves Champions outfield Howard played and 28 hi behind 65 games the in plate.the on home a baseball on a speaker's diamond rostrum, has been as

called a forceful and eloquent
He hit .262 last season after hit-

To In Gate "Tournament' ting .295 in 1955, which was his speaker. He has been in Miami
Compete City Beach several
y rookie year. He will be; 28 Feb- days, taking part
in the Baseball
ruary 23.THE Players golf tour- .

The Gale City Open GolLiournameni got off to,a good'start ont : is nament.
the Brentwood Municipal Golf Course at 8 a. "m. Thursday with w : a 4 r w. : ,
SKINS, professional football
some of the nation's lop-notch golfers participating including two Moves
" ao.rf owned by George Preston Mar- Grambling
golf champions. '
I f Y shall, has turned thumbs down on .
Charles Sifford sensational 2 4 t. ,,,.
f i. professional hiring Negroes to play on the Toward 'A' BerthInNGAAOrKAIA
from Philadelphia
Marciano r Redskin team. It is reported that
winner oft last year's Gate City Rocky Harry Wismer; noted sportscasterand

r Open, and Cliff Brown, outstanding a Redskin minority stock-

1 amateur from Cleveland, Ohio Will Contribute Nay holder, said in January that Mar:

are scheduled to defend their shall'' had balked everytime he! GRAMBUNG, La. (Special)-

J titles. To LouisFund, mentioned hiring Negro players. The Grambling Tigers stepped up

t J. E. Hutchins, underwriter of Eugene Davidson, president of their bid for an NCAA or NAIA

J the event for the past two years, the Washington branch of the tournament berth Monday night
is the list of entrants KENOSHA,Wis.-Rocky Marci- with slick
i I jubilant over National Association for the Advancement a 103-80 victory over
in the tournament ano, retired heavyweight boxing Arkansas
t who will participate of Colored People, State AM&N College.

'J Entries have been coming champion, said in a speech that he said a committee had been con- Combining a good defense witha

in from various persons throughout will donate $5,000 television fees sidering a possible boycott by strong offense, Fred Mobdy'shirelings
and the
the country competition I r Negroes of games involving the practically smothered
4 is expected to be more keen Fund : Redskins. the visitors.

this year than during either of Rocky made the announcementas Excellent off the boards, Gram

the previous tournaments.The he attended the fourth annual as BOB BAKER, veteran heavyweight bling shot its way to a 48-32 intermission -

I announcement has been Holy Name sports night in Holy xa ,Ma. prizefighter of Pittsburghand advantage and workedits
made that there will be five Rosary School. The exchampionwas the eighth ranking heavy- second-half attack off Big Bob

y flights for amateurs, with nearly feted at the dinner and received weight contender, gave Toxic Hall McCoy and center Howard "JimDandy"

t 40 trophies to be awarded to win- a plaque citing him for his NOVICE DIVISION Seen here are winners of the 14th Annual Jacksonville Golden Gloves of Chicago a unique lesson in box- Willis, a 6.9 pivot who

ners and with trophies to be contribution to the sports. Tournament held February 11,. 12 and 13th at the Main Street Arena. ing in an easy 10-round victory. makes effective use of his height

awarded; to the first four placesin left Wilkins. 135 lbs.s Baker weighed 211-Hall 199. Jim Duplantier, a smoothworking -
First row (kneeling) to right: John George Freeman 126 lbs.: Bill Tom-
each flight. Several trophieswill and Ivan Robeles, 112 lbs. sophomore forward, and Jerry
Negro PlayersTo union 118 lbs.: AL ROSEN, who for a numberof
t be awarded to the winners Backrow, (standing). left to right Henry Pearson heavyweight: Charles Westmoreland, 175 lbs.: years held the third base spot Barr another sophomore with

{ in the women's division. The pro- Train HereMILWAUKEE Harold Mason promoter: Bob Murphy 160 Ibs.; and James Laffey 147 lbs. for the Cleveland Indians, .has quick reactions and a good

i fessionals will divide $1,500 with officially retired from baseball change-of-pace dribble, paced the
cash awards going to the winners. assault with 19 and 16 points. L
t joy of the Brooklyn Dodgers. Rosen explained that he is takingover
Mr. Hutchins stated that all If Bill Passes Willis, McCoy, Belton Dent and
SPORTING IT UP CALVIN GRIFFITH, presidentof a job as assistant to a resi- '
local golf organizations have Abe Valore also hit for double
the Washington Nationals, revealed dent partner in the Cleveland
pledged their support and are digits.
in a statement a short office of a New York Brokeragefirm.
John Quinn,
working to help make the 1957 I Arkansas was led by Adrian
time back that Sam Hill, Negro Rosen was the league's
general manager'of the Milwau-
event successful. The Amateur BY G. PARHAM JOHNSONJOE I lampion who practically lifted
kee Braves, said last week that outfielder from Birmingham, Ala., most valuable player in 1953,
Golfers Guild with Elwood the pelt off the Tigers with 23
of Robinson
i former Brooklyn Sugar Ray physicallyand
the Braves might have to train would be carried to spring train- when he led the league in home-
(Homie) Banks, president has all points.
"Rookieof in
Dodger pitcher and 1952 fighting style.
with 43'and 143 battedin. s
some 30 NEGRO players from ing camp for special screening.He runs runs
30 of its members pledged to play, win- "
the Year" is the
spending ,
their farm clubs .at Jacksonville, ROY CAMPANELLA and said the team has "hired as He missed the batting crown
and the Ladies of the Links Guild rather than in Georgia.He ter coaching youngsters in NewYork's JACKIE ROBINSON continue the players members of the white, by only one point to Mickey LEARN TO DRIVE
with its 20 members have all lower ''Manhattan districtBlack '
said further, 'however, that old feud that'started some years red, brown! and yellow races." Vernon of Washington. 'The Quickest The r.aJnt
scheduled Also than
play. more the
pitched Dodgersto
t the decision depends on whetherthe ago, but broke out anew after This statement was promptedafter War To Leers
30 amateurs and professionals the World Series in 1952, wasa
Robinson traded and retired the Press Club
Georgia legislature passes a was Capital com-
with no membership affiliationsare member of the Cincinnati Red-. AJAXDRIVING
t bill outlawing interracial athleticsin : from baseball. Baseball writers posed of Negro newsmen, charged
expected to participate. legs in 1956, but recently was I .
the state. who cover the baseball front say the Washington club with discriminating SCHOOL
The beautiful displays of trophies traded to Seattle of the Pacific I ()j\EROD lVIofH..VAAY
the two have never been close against Negroes.
can be seen in the windowsof The bill has already been passed 'Coast League. His present job ; CALL EL 44639
friends and were often taking ELSTON HOWARD, the first
by the Senate and if approvedby I
the Hollywood Music Store, 605 with the New York Youth .....
City .1144 ; George Perpeno
the'lower House it would placea .verbal pokes at each other. Rob- Negro to stick with the New York :
W. Ashley Street. From all indi- Board will continue until he tamii mtaa:lffr.ensnuj Sin
ban on the players' appearanceat inson is now out of baseball and Yankees as a player, has signed 1134 W. 5th Street
cations the 1957 Gate City Open
leaves for
spring training.
the Braves' spring for Campanella is still the pride and his 1957 contract. Last season
will be the larger and better than camp JUAN PIZARRO. pitching star
seven minor league clubs at Way-
at any time previously during the with the Jacksonville Braves last

years of its existence. cross. season, will report for spring

final club's Quinn action white said players is that on whatever the would bill,haveto the the Braves.training 1956 season Pizarro'with in the the completed South Milwaukee Atlantic the Nothing finer in American taste -

II train at Waycross to fulfill a
with a fabulous record.Alongwith

contract. being selected the Most Valuable .
He said the legislation might '
Player in the League, he .Tthroughouttheyear: ,.
cause the Braves to move their : i"
won 23 games, losing 6, strikingout : :
rookie training activities else-
305, and leading the Brave
where. ,
pitchers in innings pitched. He is

1 a lefthander.KID F

/ Club Owners Fix GAVILAN, the ex- ddle- '- .

weight champion, will meet Vince

I Martinez, fourth-ranking welter-
Five Y Plan
ear weight, inl a 10-round match

Watch This Clown For ,RetirementNEW February the National 26. Gavilan Boxing is unrankedby Associa- / '

41-.89-96 tion.FRED x if '...' .

YORK The 16 major SADDY-, secretary of the 1I! J
I 15-612-33 National Boxing Association, said
league club owners held a meet-
in Milwaukee recently that the ;
big in New York recently and one NBA woulcT recognize the winnerof
r 2 3 of the main issues to be thrashedout
a bout between Cherif Hamia
.. was the new five-year.pens
1 .
5 of France and Carmelo Costa of
plan for players, which was unanimously @ Baked ham with pineapplerings Succulent melons,,berries .
9 Ne wYork the feather-
.as new .... /J
approved.The : and fruits of all kinds .
cherries and cloves
occasion was the annual weight champion. The title is vacant / (7' ,

x since Sandy Saddler was ..
i 19-53-95 meeting of club owners, who .w
ordered to retire to save his eyes. : -
agreed to increase the retirement .
321-67-702. sickness, disability and insurance Hamia is the European 126-pound d I Tender, plump turkey, .tTJ' ) Hearty rib roast of beef, .. ':. ,
titleholder and No. 1 contender on 7'fr '' .
benefits., The new plan will go with browned potatoes in its own, rich juices -- .,
Sometimes he's mpSom both the NBA and Ring Magazine : :
Hm.t "'. do** into effect April 1. ratings. Costa has advanced to ci v.
w He adds, subtract Under the plan, five year veter- .
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the No. 2 '
Ha work It mil mnmmt ans who wish to draw benefit' at spotSLUGGING : ': ;;,"
I the,age of 50 now wilT get up to .
has signed his 1957 contract with ,
FOR MARCH 2nd $88 a month instead of $50. Ten- -
the Boston Red Sox for the re-
I year men were boosted from $100to t -.
47-28-99 ported salary 'of $100,000 an-
kI and will per
$175 20-year men get
num. It has been reported that ..
( $275.
Williams is the highest paid player -

in basebalL The question "', i 1

: STRAND S'WAR AND PEAC' among baseball men .is, will Williams ', ;> : '
TREMENDOUS! be the difference between

SUN. THRU WED Pluu-'UND- THE BIIU" winning and losing a pennant for i j .

FEB. 24-27 Tom and Jerry the Red Sox.BILLY ., I. .... 1 -t- ,.. "' .
THURSDAY. SATURDAY FEB. 28th MARCH '2.eI.rrHE BRUTON fleetfooted .- .. ,
1 .BOSS" John J'aJlI'"Thriller centerfielder of the Milwaukee ? < -y

Aacl:- "QUEEN OF BABYLON"t Braves, has flatly.denied makinga -. > :-. .

t statement that the Cincinnati ,, Season after season, the bounty: of, our,farms' '- rigs good"taste. 'f:;:r- ;'$. .

ROOSEVELT 'SmlEWSua. Redlegs would make a runawayof \ "'.
in fine foods to every American home. _
the 1957 pennant race in the
t : ; 'f+--: -:. Tue Fe& 24.26 '
S... Tues. Feb. 24.26 National League. Bruton said: .
: '
tradition.It is of :
r "IU TOMORROW". Good taste is an American part our everyday% ': .
"J trs'tT:1RsH "I couldn't make a statement like <:4 .
Plus:-".JAZZ FESTIVAL" "FRONTIER. Plus SCOUT"- that not the way I feel about our r living- the kind of living only a fine sense of values can bring. ;:,. ';:, .... .

Count Duke Cab a.d chances this What I meant gibrtt .'
of S. year. .. That is clear-headed Americans call for the abundant j
Mish U. _
Top : ; -- why
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was that Cincinnati could win the ..,,.. : :
... WedgyThor:. Feb. 27.21ne taste of CalverL Reserve nothing finer in'American taste. ; % f
d. Th un. ..b. 27.28 'l.OST BOUNDARIES" pennant if it gets a little pitching good '
Susan Hayward "THE WELL" help> .. ,

allcl-"SINS"I'LL CRY TOMORROW"OF POMPEII".. 2- Hits You .Must See! GARNETT (Sugar) HART ap- { .

Pears to be,the brightest prospect "

MIDNITE SAT. SUN. WED.. .-. MARCH hd 6th in th prize fight game at present

"DON'T.' KNOCK THE ROCK" = Little Richard Jill Haler The young welterweight has been Clear heads tall for Calvert! taste
Plus-"RUMBLE O'N DOCKS" All Stan knocking out opponents at a rapid ,

Regular Prices! Iltt Bun Roosevelt rate. He was nicknamed "Sugar" ;f' .. ,
because of his close resemblance $ ,.. CALYERT'DISTILLERS CO.;N.Y.C.. A':'ERSC1:16LEUDED. WHISKEY SG PROOF. 65% GRAIN NEUTRAl SPIRITS.

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Telling On OurwlvM-Yours truly ut in* town t-buzziag over MIAMI-Florida's John B. Orr, CHICAGO -Everett R. Clin- CO.

th. we k-.nd. In car you beam it or heard il sort of awry. Uf get Jr., spoke at the May owerHotel chy, president of the National 1'.*. e...JUf tl DUMbuUt
it from the "bosses mouth. Once upon a: time early la the morning in Washington, D. C. last week Conference of Christians and Jews .

a little "Jay Jay" was winding his way home..Suddenly out of the and received the Fund for the Re- since 1928 stated on his visit here Worid-Fomow
hero to in the Heritage Award for the that Ku Klux Klan activity in the
dark shot a big black car and caused our s errs path public's
of a parked car. B.su1ts--daP-ft-g. to siller's fire-seren Pontiac with person "best exemplifying, .the South is a "temporary disease" URSIROYAL'b.nr ';
only 91 miles on the speodome.r..damage; to the aadai vintage American heritage during 1956."' and added "Klan members are
Cherry and a very upset lad. Oh yes yours truly was alone in the Hushed lawmakers listened in sick ,people. > '
car at the time and there were no arrests'made;'Moral Early to bed virtual unbelief last July when In further. comments on his : ... w. AL IJ. etAy A -- n _1-

is the best way to avoid accident Orr calmly took the floor in the statement that Klan members n
Florida House of Representativesand "are sick with fear," Mr. Clinch *
Kt w.tJ ......
we'll bet half of the
In our midst we found an populace publicly committed political said, rWe can help these peopleby w. InIte SI..hJde. ...... ,..ta.. : '
Joe Lee
does.,not know. We are referring to unassuming man-
suicide by condemning efforts of quieting their fears We Rttldoati 1zaptI..a .aJHte
ager of the Strand Theatre. Joe plugs quietly along,making no fuss to Drive
his colleagues in trying to have always had individuals who
and tries to make things comfy for the movie going public. We need pre .h feoii..s
serve segregation. are sick with'hate We can top
more Joe Lees and fewer "Joe Blows" who continuously toot their Loc noNS $1195
A number of his colleagues stay healthy despite the diseaseof S TIM ,
own horns., __ ,... -..
praised him for his courage in hatred if we educate people e TO
This week it's insurance everywhere. The Afro-American Insurance stating his convictions, and sev- into immunity

Company is holding its annual Manager's Meeting. Afro man- eral criticized him. Veteran politicians e e OIL oL.Stan
:,agers from all of the states the Afro serves, have converged on the predicted that Orr jeopard- MAXiS

,, "Gateway City" and are busy mixing business and,pleasure.The confab ized his political career when he ATLANTA.-Minus a complete .
will close out with the annual stockholders dinner on Saturday.We took his'stand, but he has since Breakdown of white and Negro IND A .It 0. 1
registrants in Georgia in 1946 it WHHLAU.NN! 5
saw real democracy practiced at the Golden Gloves tourney stood for re-election and won. has been ,reported that Negro Ixtr. ........ '

just completed at the Main and Beaver Street Arena. It was man for Ors propensity for, speaking voter registration in Georgia during mYlClalev1M2 2ft Itntt T ...-.. lED I MO TUDE.IMINtI. I SAL!
man and may the best man win regardless of race, color or creed.In his mmd is,a trait his wife Vir- the 10-year postwar period .. .. un PlICi / "Ier I
ginia, says he had long before-he HNSS AYlNUffSmfthtUt .CI '-00/11 I Here I 111.1. '
addition to mixed bouts, there were mixed handlers and trainers. has "apparently" increased at a .
The saddest note concerning the event was the elimination of the stepped into legislative hall. "If I rapid ) f.i' Ye.' 1.71/11 20-00 112.91 I

local Wilder AC boxing team. Coach Jules Guinyard of the Wilder something is. bothering him, he; pace. TMs' 7.10/U122.1: tue_
The made after U.S.Atty. .
: report was
team made no excuses but stated that his.best boys did not competethis usually tells you and devil take WE
'I Gen. Herbert Brownell tolda '
year. The winners of the local bouts have gone' to New York the hindmost"Pair
Senate sub-committee recentlythat
for the- national meet. Ford REL'NE$1295
'many more Southern Negroes -
"Scoop"Jones is saying,goodbye to Jacksonville for a little while. Sentenced. could have voted last year |

The popular Seagram representative is on his way back to New Orleans had 'the administration's civil r.rw rr.. ..... .d ........
after a lengthy sojourn in the sun .A newcomer has joinedthe rights program been in effect.

ranks of the local hucksters. Bob Hart,is,the' newest member of On Dope Charges .a.7&. FratWfceefe Frat WIIHIt

,the "briefcase" brigade. Bob. is associated with Ken .Knight Enter INTEGRATION_ FOES
prises. He's vice prexy in charge of something or other. ORGANIZE MIAMI .ALIGNEDALANCED
Two men arrested last June and AMI-Evetyn N. Armstrong, Aw wn C. to ...... ....w..
Old Man Winter is making one last fling and we hope he is on charged with operating a narcotics
Miami resident living at 1483 NW
his way back to the North Pole. After a two-day drizzle, the cold market in Jacksonville were 410 $441 -S--
53rd St, is 'heading a committee V
air swept in from the North along with the golfers who came to given prison terms in Criminal 1842 KINGS. AYE. SOUTHS1DI
seeking to investigate what
participate in the big tourney now'in progress at the Brentwooct Golf Court Wednesday, Feb. 20. they
Course. The cases were tried before term "block-busting" tactics here.
The Miami Board of 'Realtorshas
However neither tide or weather can stop the "hackers" as they Judge William T. Harvey. Terms offered to serve as a clearinghouse J
begin to battle for the loot. Among'the early arrivals for the tourna totaling nine. years were given to for justifiable complaints

ment were Zeke Hartsfield of New York, Henry Brown of Houston James (Honey) Holmes 39. Hol- on any type of illicit property .. Your V. ..Royal Distributor

Texas, Willie Malone of Atlanta, and Wilson McDonald of West Palm mes had pleaded guilty to sale deals, and defined the difference m W. tUVAU .efc CLAY y 1142 DH9S AY1MUI

Beach. Favored to take the money home among the pros is Bill and possession of narcotic drugs. between a "realtor" and q.broker. .11--.. a tOXttfertuld. DC BaruB5'IHESS

Spiller who,has been national Negro champ for several years.: Officers said Holmes was selling Brokers are not,permitted to use
In the amateur "Fat the term "realtor" unless acceptedfor
group George" Harris Frank Hampton Arthur "ohn_ Williams 24, was
Charles Brown and Jimmy Burris are all battling for the "Simon sentenced to five years in state membership in the board, '' DIRECTORYThe

Pure medals. George Christopher of New Berlin is no golfer but prison for possessing and selling which operates under a standardof .

we hear he is trying'to cash in on the event Weather or no weatherit one deck of heroin and a mariiuanar ethics. Firms Listed Below Are Recommended As Reputable Establishments

all appears to be a grand affair. cigarette to a narcotics Specializing Services and Products .

Herman Howard is announcing the opening of his new moteL agent for $6.News. BELLE GLADE Gus Tor-

It's called The Triple H Motel and Ii located on New Kings Road just rence, a figure in the T. Harold

before you turn off for the Country Club. He features tile showers Williams gambling case was ar-

and bath in every unit plenty of parking, and accessibility.: You Bri.fSBIRMINOHA.i rested Sunday and is under $1,000 1- SHOES I I BEAUTY SALONS I

may reach Howard's either from the Country Club or from the bond for hearing on a charge of _

highway. Ala. In a possessing bolita ,tickets.
r shooting a grand jury Monday indicted NEW & USED SHOES BLONDIE'S BEAUTY SHOP
Isadore Singleton's family has increased again. It's not Isadore Williams, former Palm Beach

this time but his Great Dane, Mike, is the father of two puppies. The i segregationist for Asa Carter County solicitor, pleaded guilty in FREE Pair of Girl's Shoes Have Your Hair StyledTo
declare that is and three othr men attemptingto 1956 to conspiring
boys uptown Singleton making more admiration over permit gam- '
murder Ku Klux Klans- When YOH New Shoe Suit Your"Personality
the Dane pups than he did over his son. At last reports mother dog .two bling just before he was to be Buy
.papa dog and Isadore are doing welLBUI men during a KKK squabble, and tried on a charge of taking a bribe SHALLEY SHOE SHOP Specialist In Hair Styling and Glamour
I in Montgomery, police blamed the from Torrence. ** MOVED TO NEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST.
Pierce, former Business Manager at EWC is now in the
I KKK for recent, bombings.In 522 BROA STRICT Tiny Moe Thomas, Prop. R,.. Phone EL 5-3033
insurance business. Pierce is connected with the Atlanta Life Insur-! .
Atlanta, Ga., Senator Her- _
ance Company. On the subject of the College, Constable George' lashed out at Pres- ATLANTA Senator Herman
man Talmadge Funeral
Brown will make his,annual award to the most valuable player at, ident Eisenhower's civil rights Talmadge, former governor of I Sewing Machines I I Directory I

chapel exercises Monday morning.This year's winner is John Albert, Georgia, said last week that certain
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sophomore back from Melbourne, Fla. Previous winners of the trophy 0. C. Jernlgan S. L Davis, Mar.CARTER'S .
The Jefferson County grand Congressmen were actually Florida Sewing Machine SupplyWe
have on to four-year institutions and made stellar records. !
gone jury indicted Carter and the three taking away American liberties FUNERAL HOME
_With,Spring comes a rash of dramatic presentations. The first others for shooting two KKK and predicted "critical times" for Buy, Sell end Parts Repair- Sinter Supplies and Other Make AMBULANCE SERVICE

affair will be held at the Isaiah Blocker Junior High School Monday members only two hours before the South because of the civil An Old Established Concern Lady Attendant ,

niie. The Blocker faculty will present their annual dramatic' effort. the County Democratic Executive rights proposals. SIS WEST FORSYTH I El 4-0545 EL 4-0544 925 -929 W. BEAVER ST.

This year the group is presenting an adaptation of the Broadwayhit Committee approved Carter's! ap- ,
"A Date With Judy. The cast includes Doris Fowler Scott as plication to qualify for the police

Judy. Charlotte Dwight Stewart, Wilbur Ruffin Henry Daniels and commissioner's race May 7.

Indicted were Carter, 30; Har-

others.On March 25, Alpha Kappa. Alpha Sorority will present "The old McBridge, 29; Louey Curry, Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide

Silver Cord" at New Stanton High School Featured in the dramaare 27, and Ira Evans, 33, each on two P

Mrs. Sara Scott Stewart, of the EWC English Department whois counts of assault with intent to -

also a veteran actress; Estelle Williams, Virginia Harper Long, murder.
Rudolph McKissick and Wilbur Gibson. The: Circuit Judge in Montgomery '
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The reknowned playwright O. Randolph Edmonds, head of the instructed a grand jury to .

dramatic department at Florida A & M",University, will bring his look into an outbreak of racial .

FAMU Players to Jacksonville for one appearance at the Douglas terrorism there. Trade With Firms Thai Cooperate With The Community
Anderson Junior High School Monday nite.. Featured in the play

will be Jacksonville's own Berthine Walden. Jordan. Berthine is a '
graduate student at the University.The I 9 M>OT

Nary dealt a shocking blow to Ashley Street businessmen housework. Half 1
last week. Every bar in the uptown area was placed "off limits" to
day for 5 days a week 50 cents: The Best in JaxFor BARBECUE
military personnel. In addition to the bars, several other: places were hour, and carfare. Call Sunday

included on the restricted list We hear that local officials are also 3 to 5 p. m. only. Mrs. Green. ._ .
contemplating declaring several places the county "off-limits" also. Phone EV 86877. SINGLETON'SSUPERIOR
Naturally we tried to find out why were the places out of bounds Breakfast Lunch After the Movie Snacks

and were told to contact the "brass." Rumor has, it that the rapidly Barber wanted at Alice's Golden Brown BARBECUE

increasing.D.- rate at the local naval installation has forced the Beauty and Barber Shop. 4102MoncrUf Fried Chicken

hands of the brass. Road at 31st Street. .. Oysters Cod Specializing in Ribs and ChickenNo.
Phone EL 3during day or r II

EL 6-8548 at night.Mrs. Alice .Shrim pam.Bacon !. 1 33rd at Moncrief Road.
-NOTICE- Baker Prop. Sausage PHONE EL 44102

Eggs Hot Cakes No. 2 Broad at State Street
Starting March 1. 1957 There Will be an -
C6OX>MAID-Live on premises. 1 1 I Coffee Milk ,PHONE EL 4.9789
Increase the Price of Haircuts and Shaves
Must love children. Have local
Men's Haircut... '". '$1.00 = Shave ........ .65 references and health card. ": ___ French Fr. Potatoes No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street

Boys' Haircut (under 12)) ...,...".... .85 Good salary. Phone EX 89382. GRILL. PHONE EL 6367No.
4 700 Block W. Ashley Street

E. W. MAINOR. Pras. OTIS UMBftlC' S cy. IIeI II F. 11II Ashley and Madison JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA

Modern furnished zoom on Eastside -

V with all conveniences. I

Adult only. Pared street near FRIGIDAIRE
V;; A 1 io Z DRIVIMG SCHOOL bus u... Phone EL 5-4394. .

,. Now Have Standard GMT Shift Modern reaieaces.furnished 1515 room.Kings All Rd.con-Ph. .Ocean City Reel . $2.95 ELECTRICREFRIGERATOR

.'V and Automatic Seta! ROM > 4-5876. Bronson ,Reel -. .'. .' . $3.95 _

} 'Longfellow Reel . $3.95
', To Ttach the Bok Furnished room. Hot and cold

; water.Use of telephone. Couple Penn Reel $4.00 to $12.50 '
J $199.95
:;: >. Also Teach Driving or slsgle person desired. Phone
EL 1-3321. Rod and Reel $4.90 to $10.95
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.:. V" V Call for Appointment ; : Furnished TOOLS. Single man pre Rods ., .' $1.95 to $6.95ED'S -
., ferred. Two tmfexaished roozsro .
VV living room and M fr1- Phone 'a Spears brothersFurniture ,
;HR. -
J: > EDWARD WIllIAMS, (detractor' EL 5-1109. LOAN OFFICE Co. Inc.

PHONE EL 3-6237 Nice Room. Hot and cold water
r I. ,. 1 block from bus line. Phone : -. 612 DAVIS STREET 325 Broad Street Phone EL 5-4641

EL 51733. .