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Florida star
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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:
January 5, 1957
Publication Date:


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African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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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ANNUAL PARTY -.Members of the Cosami Bridge Club are shown at the scene of their Christmas had been employed by. the,Duval
Party. held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Renzer Belt 3423 Fairfax Street. They are. reading from County Tuberculosis 'Assn. 16
left to right: front row. Mrs. Margaret Starkes and Mrs.Sarah Wright. Second row. Mrs. Mary Tyler years and had done welfare work
Brown. Mrs. Louise G. Guinyard. Mrs.,Carolyn W. Washington. Mrs. Vermal J..McCone and Mrs..Ruby prior to her employment. with,?the
Dwight. Back row. Mrs. Lula Courtney.Mrs. Juanita BelL NfL Barbara Bentley and Mrs. Eddie Mae TB association.
Johnson. Members of the club not shown are,Mrs. Bernice Henderson. Mrs..Essie McCray and Mrs. In 1955 she received an award
Elizabeth.Simmons. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO from New Stanton High School
for "outstanding service to the :,

Stove Wood Used community.A prominent citizen highly re-
3 Jaxons Held In JilHolidaySlayings spected by both races Mrs. Ken- I _

nedy was born in Jacksonville.
To Beat WomanHelen
She was visiting her mother at 4Y'p
For '314 E. Ashley $t. Sunday when

Benton a 28yearoldhousewife her clothing ,caught fire from a
of 1165 E. First Street water heater and she suffered second MRS. MAE

-'" was the victim of a stove wood .and third-degree burns.. of 70 fruitful
Three Jacksonville men are being held in Duval County jail to beating which resulted in her per cent of her body.

answer charges for murders they allegedly committed. in three holiday being taken to Duval Medical for in the-btb .
season slayings. treatment. A portion of the work done by Jax

The three men are Augustus Miss Benton reported to police Mrs. Kennedy was conducted in

King; 27, of 2703 Old St. Augustine that on Dec..29, her husband beat the tubercUlosis.. wards of the \: J
Rd.; David Math s. Jones, 29, rhaJegu. -- her with, a piece of stove wood county hospital. By .,
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of 708% Davis Street; and Cleve- which caused laceration of left Surving Mrs. Kennedy' are her
land Hicks 38, of 418 Copeland St. Plans to :Slep- side of forehead. She stated that mother, Mrs. George A. Lofton; .
King is accused of stabbing p it all happened because her husband's two daughters, Mrs. Gloria K. A-38-year-old : \
Ruth Thomas to death late Christmas I cousin had told him something Parsons of Jacksonville,and Mrs. 'man was shot with
Financial Drive revolver during a
night in a parking lot during ,but she did not know whatit Mildred K. White of Tallahassee; I I
argument following a drinking was. two .sisters, Mrs. Ruth L. Smith common-law
and Mrs. Edna E. Leapheart both f night and was
spree. The fight took place at 1165 E. I
The Board of Directors of the
Medical Center by
First Street, the home of the of Jacksonville and three brothers -
Jones is charged with shooting
Jacksonville Urban League is for treatment.It ..
A. Lofton, Jr of New
couple. Sgts. F. A. Gruber and
Willie Lee George the same nightHicks making plans to "step-up" the was stated to ;
York Dr. W. G. Lofton of '
was arrested for the financial R. B; Whittington investigated."Nip" City
:pace of the drive. Washington D. C..and Lt. Col. nesses that a fight
shooting of.Ernest .Brown early Dr. James H. Lewis, chairman Harry. F. Lofton now stationed at between Jessie Mae i irj
last Saturday morning of the drive informed Dr. W. W. the Hungarian refugee center. her common-law

Schell Jr. that the, drive is near I Sams' Ado Camp Kilmer, N. J., and many Caroline Street.
the .$7,000 mark. The campaignhas I nieces and nephews. he fired a hot in
Ten Arrests Hade less than a month to reach its' Gels In Wreck Arrangements are being handled stop the fighting
,. $25,000 goal.Divisional.. by Holmes Funeral Home. en them and the
heads have been ask- tally hit. Jessie Mae ;
In YolusiaRaid ed to intensify their efforts with Wife Injured. part of both legs.
HELP_ Miss Williams
special: emphasis being placed on _
THE URBAN LEAGUE cute and Rose was
the area special gifts. J. Gardner .
"Nip" Sams popular
DAYTONA BEACH Ten per- community organizations have FINANCIAL DRIVE case was
whiskey representative
sons were arrested by
make the Urban
agreed to League
and football official
was involved
County sheriff deputies ,and state for the
their club project year. in ;
an.auto accident NewYear's
beverage agents on charges of early I
Junius A. Borman Executive day which resulted in ;
moonshine and
possession of one New Religious
of holding bolita.tickets. Secretary stated that he "feels minor 'injuries to his wife Mrs. :
that we are on the road to success: Lucy Milton Sams.
The arrests were made in a Begins "Florida
with the.campaign and that he is"happy Sams was returning'home from
series of raids on beer taverns,
the given
over response the Lincoln Country Club about
rooming houses and private residences by the Jacksonville community"Rev. 3:20 a. m. with hiswife and a' In'an effort to bring,to many individuals who a
,according to Sheriff James temporarily ill. incarcerated or for many other
Robert. H. Wilson is chair- female companion when his car
Tucker. Approximately 20 gal- fall to receive: the spiritual uplift that comes
man of the Churches Division and collided with another vehicle at!
lons of illegal whiskey in small from God's chosen leaders the FLORIDA STAR
he informed the Board of Direc- New Kings Rd. and EdgewoodAve.
containers were seized. tors that an appeal has been madeto' each week a spiritual message from e bonafide
Mrs.: Charlie Mae Edwards, 45 the Brotherhood Alliance and Mrs. Sams suffered shock mul-. community. :
was charged .with possession of expressed his belief that their response tiple bruises and abrasions and I A small picture of the minister whose
bolita tickets and'released on $600 'wduld be forthcoming. was taken to Brewster Hospital lUlled will accompany each printed sermon.
bond. The others were released Dr. Lewis has made it known where she was treated'and re Its order io male the project possible the .
under $1,000':bonds on moonshine that volunteers are needed to' leased."Nip". lag the ministers of Jacksonville and Duval :

charges. help in the drive _and'contribu- who is a representativefor pare a brief sermon timely. Insofar as the season
tions can be mailed 'to the Jacksonville Calvert Distilleries had madea rent spiritual crises are coacezaed: consisting of not
Urban League direct, 109 left turn to.head.south when a two typewritten pages or three handwritten
HELP should reach the office of the FLORIDA STAR 10 ,
East Union Street Room No. 1,: northbound car driven by James
THE URBAN:,LEAGUE Jacksonville,":'Florida. ,Telephone Allen Peacock (white), 26 of 9232 the Friday of publication. )
'" NANCIAL DRIVE EL 64292.- Denville Ave collided'with his. II' (

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: .. .. BY ERIC 0. SIMPSON :
P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida -./ -:,- : 'Y ." A new order of business for race) relations is emerging in ihe "
423 Brood Street, Jacksonville, Florida Pbone Elgin 4-3773 .
\ South, as a resuli of the removal of racial barriers previously written I
Eric O. Simpson ......_.................:....-..........:_:.......__..__._ Editor I f' : "ti' ; /TifJrS- ,-. into law states the 42zd annual Tu&kegee Institute Report "Race Relaiions t
Louise Gainyard ...................:.__-"__..___....-.. Managing Editor ; in the South 1956.
C. Parham Johnson ...........__,..._..._.___..........._..__ News Staff ...":. I
Alramoe Richardson ...............____,..- ............:._.-........... Circulation Dept. r ( ... The report re-
leased last cial and executive branches of
.-,,'i Member of Associated Negro Press 1LIBUSTER i $ -. week by Dr. L. federal, state, or local govern-
::( SUBSCRIPTION RATES leui !ir H. Foster, Pres- ments that influence relations be-

One Year $5.00; Half Year, $3.00; Three, Months. $1.80 \ SOUTHLAND\ ident of Tuske- tween the races in education, employment -
Mailed To You, Aaywhcra IB the United States. .
Subscriptions Payable lit Advance. Send Checks or Money Orden To: 4i gee Institute, sr transportation, voting
FLORIDA STAR _.'P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDAIaJax : J2ir claims "race re- and recreation. Cited also 'are the

lations in the actions by local governments that

1 :' South in 1956 express defiance or refusal to

CU CoButewiwi For EffiriTo ,''.1 w. : may not be comply with the non-segregation

) I I 1) measured by principle. Activities of organizations
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Raise Folds For Urbai, League "; /, struction by acts of by ob-thesegregationis and compliance pressure groups or prevent to influence -

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jj : A.4: t s compliance with desegregationcourt

i Last Dec. 26, the Fla-Jax Club which sponsors what is st ... or by the agSimpson orders are referred to with
regarded as the outstanding social event in Jacksonville presented IT -W \ _..-.,. gressive moves of the desegrega- special mention of the "dramatic

its recent dance affair as a subscription. affair for the '..... ... tionists. passive resistance' technique in
first time in the history of the club. '.> ... oY The situation may be judged the Montgomery bus situation that

... more accurately by assessing the is being adopted in other locaU-
The more significant aspect of the affair, however, is that "
the entire proceeds from the dance was turned over to the degree of general orderliness in ties.

Jacksonville Urban League which was cut ,.off from United- activities affecting race relations. Seeking to clarify the issues in '

Community Chest Fund and ,is currently conducting a drive Despite some incidents of via desegregation. the report main-
IiWi lence, desegregation activities tained that "Great reliance was
to'raise funds to carry on its work in the community. ,
.. ;: ,, if .Ir during the year were generally placed on democratic processes as
r.this,: We think that the Fla-Jax Club'must be commended for ... orderly, which was a most en- people in the South began to deal

very fine gesture. It is an indication that our Negro men .fu:r. 'it .-- t; couraging expression of the vitality with the practical task of adjusting .

and women and organizations are beginning to see things in .,.. .' r i of American democracy." public activities to the principle

the right perspective \ .. It shows that many of us are.beginning ., '-... \ This report emphasizes the importance of-non-segregation. The prin-

to realize that we have a responsibility. to aid and sup- .. -. -,. of legal desegregation. It ciple of segregation neither

our community' organizations.In *':'w.. ...... '. 'v. ." ,..." .," .r- asserts thai "Patterns of race re directs nor restrains the individual
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lations within the states and their personal relationships.
praising the Fla-Jax Club for its noteworthy effort we : I
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subdivisions have been developed beliefs or attitudes. ,Freedom of
',_Iport wish to pay tribute to the other organizations which have "WUl He Be Permitted. To Do It Again?':u i within the framework of law. choice in these personal matters I
displaying community spirit by sponsoring projects to .
1"-- These patterns have differed because remains an individual right.
cheer to others less fortunate.
organizations or bring
: friends be effectivein
: ing can very of variations in state and I
Among the- groups which have been doing such servicein bringing about better: feelings local laws... The non-segregation

the community the Les Camellias Social Club which : / Your WekIyHoroscope all around., principle laid down by the United VeteransCorner

sponsored a Thanksgiving party: for the children in.. Duval \ 89-9-80-19-75-486. States Supreme Court would

Medical Center; the AKA Sorority which gives a Easter party -', Guide I -- make these laws uniform and con.

for the Children's Ward of Brewster Hospital; the Gallant SCORPIO sistent with citizenship guarantees
Ladies Social Club annual donors to the Cancer Fund; the Born Oct. '24 thru Nov 22 of the federal constitution.

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority'which.has worked on many com- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS'FORBUSINESS Tap inner resources. The happy Referring to the violent episodeS Q. My daughter is receiving VA

munity projects such as supplying equipment for the Child- LOVE '- TRAVEL state of affairs that usually exists and public demonstrations compensation payments based on

ren's ward at Brewster Hospital, supporting a hearing aids between you, higher-ups, team- against compliance with federal the death of my husband a World

project for children providing scholarships, and so on. By PABLO. The ASTROLOGERARIES mates and local people continuesto law, 'Dr. Foster pointed out that War I veteran. She is over 18
i be threatened by unfavorable these occurred mainly in commu- years old. but she is attending
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Undoubtedly there are many other clubs and fraternal developments. Even your allies school. Will the payments con
nities where officials
lic and influential, figures, public apparently -!
organizations which are devoting their time and efforts to you II' could take. exception if you take condoned them and "did tinue during her vacation periods. :
lb'lake i
Born March 21 thru April will find it.'This could also affect
aiding worthy causes that are not named here. To them, too,i strange attitudes or follow the not take or will they be stopped when she
the practical view. The financial position, make it place, or were promptly
must go credit for their part in community building. your: so ] path of illusion. Favorable signs in communities whose I is not actually in school? I
tendency to stand our ground as a point to keep amity to the forefront suppressed,
that these club and organizationswill of is Faith opens the way for returns from public officials discouraged them." A. The payments will be continued
It is our hope groups a matter personal pride 'a strengths the bonds of I
continue their work in various fields and that others pitfall which will retard_ your affection between you and your 11 your business or professional ac He stated further that, "Citizensof I during vacations, so long as :

will join them and sponsor even greater projects For improvement progress and the collection of the dearest ones, and gives meaning tivities. Don't magnify your short- nearly e'ery'community refused -i evidence is submitted to VA

in the social and welfare aspect of the Negro community material benefits that accompanyit. to the saying that "love conquers I comings or impediments. Your to respond in large numbers i showing that she was attending

will come about only when Negroes themselves put It seems advisable, even as a all.."' Go, in .faith wherever life! sign shows that you have 'vast to inflammatory appeals or I school at the end of one term, and
inner 'strength when you retain encitement to violence. The peo- plans to.resume her studies at the !
and financial leads
forth efforts to aid support community-betterment pro matter of expediency, you. I
faith and self-confidence. It is up ple relied the law and its next regular term.
'grams. not to 'reveal what is on your 744551672278.Ir : on
to you to beat the odds. .
mind or uy'or'on paper when this orderly ,processes a-a major re-
And while on the subject of community needs, it may be could jeopardizeyour major objectives :- LEO"' 6 50-77-12-92-389.. source." CL X want to change the beneficiaries
well to add that one of the finest things that could ever hap- Your heartfelt, ,future .: SAGITTARIUS The 14-page report describes the of my GI insurance: policy.
Born July 23 thru Aug. 23
pen in Jacksonville town is that the people of this city come and economic interests are protected Choose the, of The Born Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 clarification of the principle of Must I use a VA form for thus
together-and put forth a mammoth effort to provide the Gate-' if make'decisions. way peace. Perceptivity becomes acute. The non-segregation by. the Supreme purpose. in order for the change
you continued threat to harmony in
way City with a' building for the Young Men's Christian 522301272696. prospects of emotional and financial Court in 1956 and cites the legal to be accepted by VA?
vocational '
; your employmentfield stability remaining undisturbed I
Association. action taken by legislative, judiin A. It is not necessary to make
is revealed try the' signs. is still questionable while the :
Meantime, let us all support the Jacksonville Urban Lea- TAURUS Whatever you may do to preci- indications of the previous ad- .the change on a VA to form, although -
it is advisable do
gue in its drive to raise funds. Morn April 20,thru May 20You pitate matters could reflect to verse aspects are prolonged. To attempts to get you to make beneficiaries so.
change by
are not alone. The conditions your discredit or.affect your business counteract these influences, commitments, socially and finan- can
GIVE TO THE JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE you writing VA a letter. Be sure to
: that seem to be keeping you interests adversely. Take the may fall back on your powers of cially, wjiich are not in your interest I
SEND YOUR CHECKS TO: in a state of turmoil, as evidenced! counsels of those with whom you perception and the cooperation of .When you do not depart from give your insurance number, full
address and branch of
:/*>." ..' THE JACKSONVILLE URBAN LEAGUE '" by your actions should not be i share warm affections you would loyal associates. You can wardoff the procedures that have served name, serv-
ice. And don't forget to sign your'
,a ; 109 EAST UNION STREET used as an' excuse to take certain thus help your own cause. Your defeat by following the lead of you well now and in the past.

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA personal steps which you wouldbe sign suggests that it is better to Venus sextile ,Neptune, later in This period provides another element request.

likely to regret later. Your sign abandon grandiose or impracticalideas the day, and refusing to be drawn of risk when you tap your READ -
promises good financial results for those that can produce into making unwise loans, busi- personal or joint resources for YourEditorial
I from monetary partnerships and results, even if you have to give ness commitments or social obli- ventures that are speculative.

I housing enterprises. Past experience up your predilection for dramatic gations. It helps to maintain strict 244501873311. Page
Segregation Is An Evil"Of discloses that well-being and effect. Use discreet: or behind-the- secrecy.

worry are not compatible. The scenes methods to win the peace. 3-100- 8-lSr-76-542.
.problems that weigh on your mind 3=70-66-14-65.:-656. '

The .Dead Past..M1. .can be quickly dispelled when you CAPRICORNBorn 'f76g.r
consult with your mate and legal VIRGO Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19

i or professional counselors. This Born Aug. (;ihru Sept 23 Take one step at a time. The
I period shows that they .can become Have your cak'but'don't eat it. tendency to react emotionally: to
WASHINGTON The two top officers of the. Amalgamated your greatest source t>f ..inspiration There seems to be little letrup of the obstacles that bar the way to H
,Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen (AFL-CIO) I and support.y the pressures,orf you to pay and the outcomes you seek will orlly

have asked their 320,000 members and the nation to make a 133401687545.GEMINI pay even if it isn't entirely your aggravate your problems and dif

New Years resolution to recognize that "segregation is an fault Your sign suggests that you ficulties. You: are on much calmer

evil belonging to the dead pas!'" resign yourself to the inevitable, seas when you revert to your P 1 .I

AMCBW President Earl W. Jimerson and Secretary- Born May 21 thru June 21 clear yourself of all impediments more natural inclinations' to be '

Treasurer Patrick E. Gorman devoted the front cover and Hard work brings its own re- and settle down to the more vital resigned and philosophical when HL I

lead editorial of the January issue of the Butcher Workman, wards. It seems silly to take per- business of making a success out the odds are against you. An upset I II II

the union's official publication, to "the end of segregation." sonal steps without consultingyour of your life. You will only throw means that you should curb excessive -
mate or other responsible ad- good money after bad if you try ambition. But as.it is visi-
The cover recalls the Supreme Court scene following the viser further accentuates the risks to prolong the struggle against ble hold on to your aspirationsand '

1954 school desegregation decision. It shows the Justices' nine inherent in rash speculation or superior odds. Dear friends should expand your. circle of close L .: -
empty seats to "indicate their decision is final with: no further extravagance. The inspiring side help you to find the right answers friends. i I

arguments necessary." The attorney; symbolic of the entire of conscientious endeavor, cooper- particularly when you allow your: 970- 6-15-72-:-631. I 1

Negro race, is preparing to leave the court with the victorywon. ation with those who serve, you finer sentiments to take over.

and buying acumen when attending 4-70-55-18-59-316. AQUARIUSBorn
to needs is stressed by Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18 'r
"We should start the New Year right," Jimerson and Gor-
.man wrote in the accompanying editorial. "The Negro at last the fine signs. Of course, it is important LIBRA Ban negative thinking. You will L .---tL
that you should love your Born Sept 24<< thru Oct 23 only complicate matters more if i
has'.;::come I into his own. chosen work. Overconfidence is a trap. There you attempt to defy the signs i and

"While bigotry and intolerance will no doubt run rampantin 2 50-44-13-69-337. may be. some .economic overtonesto force issues or showdowns. Upsets

both north and south of our nation for years to come, the differences, that mar the confirm that your plans may be

nevertheless, it will be foolhardy for intelligent people in any CANCER good relations you'normally enjoyat upset and yoUr attempts' thwarted Features

section of the nation to further attempt to deny ,equal rightsto Born June 22 thru July 22 home and in public. Face up to when you persist in holding to -

the Negro. The ignorant will continue to rave and rant, but Problems can be avoided. If you the realities and adjust yourselfto a fixed purpose. A hearttohearttalk

the ignorant we have always ,with us, and God pity them: /' need confirmation of the treat to them. Good intentionS your with a fond friend or profes- 1400 WRHC 1400 ,

.they declared. I good relations with business, pub- part and the intervention of willGETYOUR sional counselors may Kelp to ease

been abominable. in the opinion .. your anxiety and prepare the way
"Segregation has always for,, a future that holds great KEN KNIGHT
..of all fair-minded people. How can we pray for peace and HOROSCOPE READfNGFO'rt 1955 promise of expansion improvement ,

brotherhood the world over and deny rights to some twelve Un tlab co.oa. Lean more about ,.anel'. 'Bead 10 'nat. (one dime and progress. This period I
million of our fellow Americans only indicates the lie 'which I. cola, ) for each horoscope ordered by 11I011. l.cI.cIe 'self addressed, for hope and for Presenting r
gives reason
so-called hundred cent Americans live in staraped earelop.. Write .1d.1y. TIara offer'does. not'eppiy te nsldnh you
tO many one per
.f the 4o.IaIe. .. Ceil... the best belief that 'life contains KNIGHT TRAil
this 'great land of ours. -. -- '- -, ,-..;. -.. .- many more happy prospects I
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The AMCBW officers continued, '"The Negro will continue I l43LO, FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER I which will operatexfor your benefit 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly /..

to live like any average American. He will always desire P. 0., .oX 361I I

improve: his intellectual, moral and social status in ':Ameri I JACKSONVILLE.. I. LA. ';.;.. ,, .'s :"':. ,,' I 6-77 39-17-61-695.x SWEET CHARIOT I

can-life. He will continue to_ desire friendship with his neigh- New.Aldr.rs.' \ < -'

bors. He will be human enough to want, his children to be I ...' -: ,.. '. .:-: 'L .::-- :, '! D' ..fI PISCES 9:30 to 10.30 Monday Thru Friday 1:1
with the other children ia, the neighborhood.: He .' .. I Born Feb.19 thru March 20,
nlavmaies "v : .r J".JJ Ji1Jt ;: '! .' ,"Z:: .
that other human being seeks .. Stick' to safe routines. There BLUES IN THE KNIGHT
,. will:seek the one thing evert I ;-- "" CIf7", "" :',r. ,x.. ''Q :'-_. ... .': SId. I should be no change in the policyof
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happiness. 1 Oaks."...ii: .., ,. t# : caution practiced during the 10:3012 Monday Thru Saturday
*._'Y.. i''Those.who wouldattempt( ,to_derive ,the.. Negro 9f happi-. I --; '- --. .ft...___._._..- .. ,."";-" ,'-' -f.,"". .,. I previous quarter. Circumstances --;
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t1. ,, only half human, as. well, .;.as. half... American. .., .... ;. -. ....... -- -;T : .*- '-.si. declare that there'win be no letup "-' =--==01 ==_ _--:; : '1
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Saturday; ...uierr 9, 1957 Df tft.OlllllAW AA' .. rape Tki..

I Installation =Rttes=:Set' ln Local l Churches-_ New "Officers= ?, I

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oJi. Wiadtirtom* Th,Divis.,Book:-"'e.Thsee' ,Sed4v1... tM."J." WEST UNION BAPTIST .,
Byf Shortcomings .AAnd UnwiwHiIn n.' .. Auxiliaries and officers of West Union Baptist Church electedto
J ... ., 1957 will be into office
', serve during officially placed Sunday,
BY WILLIAM'L.AOIUi60N January, during the morning worship service.

) I (Reprinted from Volune 22 Ko. 11 otTfee Meseafe.Mafttte*) The pastor, the P.eV. 'Mr. Wi M. Cummings, will deliver the

I One of the sweetest invitations in the Sacred Scriptures is recorded r"i installation sermon. Music will be furnished by Choir No. 3 and
} in Matthew 1128-30 "Come unto me, all ye that labour and the Junior Choir, accompanied by Mrs. Ruth C. Solomon on the organ.

: are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you Holy Communion will be ad-
and learn of me; for I am meek and lowly in heart-and1: ye shall ministered during the evening Deaconess Board No. 1 of West

find'rest unto your souls. For..my yoke is easy, and my'.burden is worship service, when the pastor Union will meet Sunday afternoonat
.1 light" Matthew 112830. will again deliver the sermon 2:30 o'clock, in the home of

The word "come" is a wonderful word. It,is used more than 200 j Choirs No. 1 and 2 will furnish Rev. and Mrs C. A. Gordon, '1318

J times in Holy Writ and is both a command and a request. It is an :. music for: the service accompa- Prince Street.
invitation to salvation. The first invitation found in the first book t v3Cxf Y nied by Ella Mae Johnsonon

; of the Bible, Genesis; the last invitation is,found in th$ last book ofi the organActivities FIRST NEW ZION BAPTIST

i i the Bible, Revelation. The God who gave the first, invitation is the Installation ceremony for the
| same God who will give the,last invitation. He is the Alpha and the new officers of First New Zion

4 Omega. Both invitations begin with the word "come. :. +)w.,: Are Slated Baptist Church will be conducted
J "The: Lord said unto Noah, Come thou and all thy house into .. )'w' ; Monday evening, January 7, beginning -
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the ark;"for thee have I,seen righteous before me in this generation. 5 7, + : Friendship i BaptistThe at 8 o'clock.
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Genesis 7:1. In Revelation 22:17 'we read, "The Spirit and the bride i iN"<.t:dtM.YY.+r ..,,A. ;: 'hs r W.-s:. # > All newly elected officers and

say, Come. And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is scheduled activities of all members of the church are ex-.
athirst come. And whosoever will let him take the water of life Friendship Baptist Church, At- pected to attend.Homecoming .
: fre ly.** The first invitation,was given before the ancient world was lantic Beach will begin with the .
I Day will be observed
.. destroyed by water. The last invitation is to be given before the Sunday Schoor at 10 a. m. with throughout the day, cli-
modern world is destroyed by fire. Mrs. A. Jackson in charge.. She maxed with a '
lost. He has will be assisted by her staff of: program. ,
; Our loving Saviour does notwant anyone to be
made ample provision for our salvation. "The Lord is not slack con teachers. '
cerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but:is longsuffering The morning service will beginat I Gospel Concert Slated
4 to upward, not willing that any should perish but that all should 11 with devotion being led by,

come.to'repentance." 2 Peter 39. r yk syA; the deacons. Covenant meeting' In Armory Sunday Night
v9 ; a'( 4
will follow with the pastor, the
Many honest-hearted people are. perplexed over the manner!: of .
coming Christ. They would like to become Christians, but dontJcnow 4. ax c7 Rev. George Curry in charge. District rT e Soul Stirrers, one of the
how. meeting, will, be. held. at 4
country's oldest religious singing
m. at the"church..
Does a person have to moan and groan to get-religion? Does one p. groups, will be presented in con-
have to swing and sway to find salvation?'Does he have-to see. something -: }w'Y The BTU will convene at 5:45: cert Sunday, December 6, in the
? Hear something? Feel something? Is salvation a matter of Mrs. M. Winfield, president, pre Duval County Armory.

creeds, crosses or ceremonies? The Bible answers these questions. x siding. Evening worship will Appearing on the program also
God's Word is still a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path. n ii begin at 6:45: with the pastor in will be the original Gospel Har-

(Psalm 119:105.) It will clearly show us the way to Christ Christianitymeans charge. He will deliver the eve- monettes of Birmingham, Ala-
S which will be followed -
more than a cross, or ceremony, or creed; Christianity in- ;' ning message bama.
volves Person, and that Person is Christ. Christianity is a life-a by Communion service. The Gospel Echoes singing
;fit 4.,4 4 E vQ ,4,"' :x. ar crw?";?,' 1 yb.3 Choir No. 1 and Usher Board No.
converted life. The, Christian life is not an improvement, of the old it .. rav,aary group is sponsoring the concert
life; it.is anew life."Therefore if any man be in Christ he is a new w. Sa L%',: .. ; .,' ,.. +,r: 'OfK: ;, :; .;D w. t 1 will serve at each service. and announced that tickets are

creature: old things' are passed. away;,behold, ,all things are become ;af:!.eu'. ,.. :" :, The pastor and his family were on sale at, the usual places.
new", 2 Corinthian :5:17.Any rr'b 'a.ns a MWiM M'' l7'1NT"' yS, the Christmas Day guests of Dea-
con and Mrs. Joe Knight and fam
individual without Christ a condemned sinner. Sim sepa-
rates. us from God. "Your iniquities'have.separated betweenyou ily. A very delicious Christmas Wives' Alliance

and your God and your-sins have hid His face from you, that He I dinner was served.

will not hear." Isaiah 59:2. (

It is believed by some well-meaning-butmisguidedleaders that Enjoy Yule Pariy .
no mention should ever be made of,the fact-that-we are sinners. But Hi. Ararat Slates.
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the awful truth of the matter is recorded Romans.3:23:All-have;
The Baptist Ministers Wives'Alliance :
sinned, and come short of the glory of God/ '**Whereforef asby'oneman Activities held its Christmas partyin

sin entered into the world, and deathby: sin;and; so deathpassed:- Sunday the beautifully decorated living
all for that all have sinned." Fomans,5:12. .
upon men,
and dining room of the Social Hall

It is the Saviour's express purpose to bring'man back into proper ., fc Mt. Ararat. Baptist Church at of.the. First Corinth Baptist
relationship with his Maker. This very day Christ invite all "Come 21st and Davis Streets will hold Church. -
me all that labour and heavy laden, and I will give v1. 'r : .
unto ye are you 1 kr +k p" wva its Communion services Sunday at The surroundings were beauti-
rest." s ; a};Ha"i x1L 3 p. m. with the pastor, the Rev. fully decorated with bowls of pink
This is a simple command. It is one that all can follow. It is one Dallas J. Graham in charge, and Gladiolas.. The dining room, table
that all can obey. All can accept it. The very first command that a he will also preach the Sacrament was covered with an attractive

child learns to obey is the command to come. While, the tiny tot is t sermon. lace cloth,centered with red roses.
crawling upon the floor, mother or daddy beckons the child to come. This is the first Sunday of the A program was rendered with ,
In response.to that command the child begins to take his.first steps- New Year and'the pastor and official the following participants: Mrs. B.

he begins to walk. staff has issued a call to W. Williams, Mrs. Essie Grissett,
,So it is with a child of God. When he hears the voice of his every member of the church who the Rev. S. L Foster, who brought

heavenly Father saying "Come unto me," the child immediately. are physically able to start the greetings from the Brotherhood.
takes steps toward Christ. There are at least.six important:steps that k new year with a Christian spirit Remarks were made by the visi-
a' child of God must take. These ,six steps will lead one from the by coming to partake of the Holy tors. Mrs. B. W. Williams pre-

paths of sin to the portals of salvation. Communion.At sented the president and reporter

The first step is conviction of sin. The,individual must be con- _..._......_____....__m.____.............__.__ 9:30 a. m. the Sunday School with both a made token of appreciation remarks.
victed of sin. He must realize that he is a sinner. Woman can appre- will convene with SuperintendentJ. acceptance
AMKUAL MEETING -The Camellia Ladies Social Club held its annual holiday meeting in the The entire was presided
L Chatman in charge. He will program
ciate Christ as his Saviour until he realizes that.he'is a sinner.? You
home of Claud Bryant 1564 West 711t Street. Members exchanged gifts,and enjoyed a 'rarJed and en- be ably assisted by his staff of .over by Mrs. H> H. Robinson, the
don't cast a lifeline to a person who is walking:upon the.sands;you
teriaJalag program. The top photo shows reading from left to right. Louise McDougaL Pearl Jefferson teachers and departmental i president.At .
toss a lifeline to a person who is sinking into the sea! super-
Ada Slow. Era Dixsoa and Georgia Mae Bryant intendents. the close or the program, a
Step number two: humility of spirit I Ceaier photo reading from left 10 right: Mesdames Ethel Walker. Maiiie Loxanby Daisy Riley. The BTU will hold its first turkey dinner was served buffet

It is pride that keeps many-persons from coming Christ. Pride :Severia J ..Bolas, Viola Grisseit and Renee Kenner. meeting the new year at 5:30p. style. Visitors present were Rev.
deprives them of many rich spiritual blessings Pride. prevents repen- BoMos photo reading from left to right: Mesdames Mary Curry. Annie Bell Frailer. Celia Ander m. President Emma Gillis is and Mrs. S. L Foster, Rev. and

tance. God hates pride, for pride is the fountainhead of all sin. :son Louis Graham. and Josie Stamp.(Another photo. on-"Page 6.) _. still attempting to make the BTU Mrs. L. Jackson, Rev i and Mrs.
The only antidote'for the poison of pride,is humility.The centerof "- i activities attractive enough to appeal Lee McQueen, Rev. and Mrs. W.
humility is the cross, and the- attraction When. an individual sees Christ heloses sight"of,sell *" :Wedding Bells District, Meeting Mt. Calvary's Pastor church. Mrs. A. Clark, of First Nazareth

number three is repentance. Repentance precedes confes 1 Baptist Church Mrs. Bertha McCoy -
Step To Speak At Mt. ZionThe At 6:30 p. m. devotions will be ( ;
sion. Repentance is a genuine sorrow for-sin. It means that the sinneris Applications for Marriage MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Led by members of the deacon I Rev. and Mrs. Ben Livingston -
so sorry for his sins and the results of his sins that he is willing License CHURCH board to start the evening service.' of West Union Baptist Church
Rev. Mr. W. M. Hill, pas and the Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Dan-
to quit sinning. At 7 m.'the the Rev.
Step number four:. intensity of purpose. Those who travel the Ben Hubbard 2153 WoodsideSt. District No. 4 will meet Sunday tor of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Graham p. will take pastor charge., The iels, First Baptist Church Man-
afternoon 5 in,the homeof will deliver' the in the I
January sermon '
glory road are those who are willing to follow Jesus at all costs.. choirs furnish music at each darin.
20 and Janriie Thomas will I
age ,
Mrs. Ivory Johnson 642 W. Zion Hope Baptist Church next
Step number five: sincerity of heart. In coming to Christ the service with Mesdames Gross,! The Alliance will meet Monday
1998 Baldwin St.,age 17. District No. 8 will meet at 4 Wednesday, January 16.
repentant sinner must demonstrate sincerity of heart by his actions.He Benefield and Matthew McCoy at i evening Jan. 20, in the home of
Louis Hells 1241 W. 24th St. o'clock Sunday afternoon Janu- Choir No. 1 and 2 and Usher the Rev. and Mrs. Leo
must be willingly obedient to the commands of God. the instruments. I McQueen,
The sixth step is trust in. Jesus.:.'Tor therefore.we both labour age: 60 and Catherine L. Wilkerson ary 5, at the church. Board No. 2 will accompany Mr. II I 1414 Powhattan St. The annual l
is District No. 6 will.meet.Sunday, Hill to Zion Hope and participatein will term-
and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living-God, who the 1519 Steele St, age 48- ." religious birthday rally
Saviour of all men, especially of those that believe." I Timothy 4:10. January 5.4:00 p. m.inthehome, the, service. PATRONIZE inate. Mrs. W. C. Wittern will
We must be willing to take God at His Word. James C. Williams, 841 D. of Mr. and Mrs. Paul- Frazier, 824 Mt. Calvary's congregation will teach the'Sunday School lesson at

Confession of sin, humility of sin, humility of spirit repentance Venue-Mars Court age 42 and Jackson Street. be present also.FIATEINAL. Advertisers I' the meeting. Mrs. L. Lewis serves I

of iniquity of purpose, sincerity of heart, trusting in Jesus these six I Ada M. Carter, 741' D. 'Venus- Florida. Star as reported for the_ Alliance.:___ i'
steps will lead us from sin to salvation from guilt to glory, from I Mars Court,' age 45. I NOTES ;
prison to paradise. You will notice. that the first letters of the words Theo McNair, Rt-:< nor 402, "' : I
confession, humility, repentance, intensity sincerity and trust spell age 22 and Barbara J. Willis, 2073 CHURCH- PALLBEARERS SOCIETY You Dent I Have to Go to Town to Get
Christ. These are the steps that will lead us to Christ. W. 18th St., age 17. District No. 4 will meet Friday '
evening. January 4, beginning NO. 216
Willie G. Barnes, 1732 W. 5th i8 o'clock: in the home of- Mrs. Pallbearers Society No. 216 of LOW PRICES I

Baptist Ministers Set House Guest F tIyG.or.LSitk St, age 20 and Mary 'I.. Smith, I Emma Henderson 704 Court C, the Grand Union, headquarters in .,
1556 W. 36th St, age 18. Homes. Tampa will meet Wednesday
Mettln Bethel BaptistThe James Simmons, 628 Davis St., i night January 9, 7:30 o'clock at Oil Your : ::-' .,
Davis Street. -
age 4fa 'and Josephine Smith, 628 1082 .
Ministers Brother Messrs. Major Hooks' of Patter Davis Sa.. age 46.. DAY SPRING BAPTIST- .. The announcement comes from DRUG STORE NEEDS -
Baptist son. N..J. and Eddie Brown choir CHURCH the Rev. Mr. G. W. Miller, president .
Duval and adjacent counties Lewis C..Gardner,.602 Court D, stated .
hooCof leader of Solid Rock Baptist District No. 5 will meet at 3:00 of the society, who
will hold its regular: meetingat Church of Patterson are house age 22 and Gertrude Stewart 937 p. .m,.-in the home: of Mr.. and! that members are expected to pay Trade With Yopr Neighborhood Drug Store .:
W. Duval St 21.
Bethel Baptist Church'Monday, guests of George Lee Smith 614 age f Beadle Ingram, '1618 W. UnionStreet their January endowment assessments '

January 7, at 11:00 a. m. Jefferson St Edw. T. Emanuel. 1718 Davis at the meeting Wednesday. We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
The two visitors.spent the-holidays St, age 28 and Wasceil L. Jackson night 1
The Sunday School lesson will In Your Loccl)
in the city as guests of Mr. 2096 Woodside Ave.. age 25. Papers 1
be previewed by the Rev. Mr. J. Smith and were entertained witha Chas. D. Sawyer 1125 Palmctto -I, ABYSSINIA BAPTIST CHURCH Street I I -

C. Sams, pastor of First Baptist party with Cecil Jackson as co- St, age.19 and Janie'M. Kimble District No..4 of Abyssinia Bap- District No. 11 will meet at 3:00 WOOD'S BIDE PIWIIIICJf"' : l'

Church, and the order of thedaywill host with,,Mr: Smith. 224% E. Union St,age 19. tist Church will meet Sunday, p. min' the home of Mrs. Helen .
.be given by the Rev. bits 'R. Otter 'entertainments will be. January!,.3OO'p. m. in ihe homeof Hadson 331 Orange Street. I : 1302 KIN9S MAD. MYKTU AVtNUEPHOM& \,
L. Jones, pastor of Central ,Baptist given in their honor before they John Levaugha' Thomas 1011 Mrs.Sarah Smith'2016 Lewis District No. 12 will meet at 3:00; n 3-9S97.9S .

Church. leave the city for home W.,35th_ St. age 19. and FannieL Street p. m. in the home of Mrs. Alberta w. OeBrer We Abe fA8 fecton ,,..d.w.. ,'s 1
James 902 Everson St 18.
The Rev Mr. H. H<:.Robinson, :: age District No., 5_-pf Day Spring Lewis, 517 Johnson Street ';
pastor of Mt. Sinai Baptist Churchis PATRONIZEStar Robt: R. Nealy. 1839. Mosley Baptist Church will"meet Friday District No. 14 will meet Sunday PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND TELEPHONE ; .

president, of the Organization ,- _:': ...I_ SU and the Rev. G. W. Miner.is"reporter 'r \Box-122, Crawfordville. Ga., age 8 o'cloCk.1n\th -;,home-of, Mrs. Mrs. Maggie Smith 2504 Edge- -=

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Miss Sylvia Moman, a memberof I

the.. 1956 Debutante Coterie I

was feted with a lavish breakfast' n .
last Thursday in the home of Mrs.

R George W. Powell, 1508 Myrtle

I A Avenue. Other participants in the ,

1 event included members of the

Debutante Coterie, their escorts r
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and Ladies-in-waiting. : 'a .w rNHif.'r 3 4 yF. 74 pQ.; :1yci A Y.{ ,'

; Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Lawrence

't C. Moman were co-hostesses to a jyYT', .a ,f

bridge party New Year's Eve ,7 ,. r! -: $,.'f:,..(.$R n. Jc't; ,' <>RhsG, ...'ioa!,;y{.. ;f' ee honoring the Les Trieze 'S/, ) : ., R
Night ,
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Amies who presented the 1956 T+7,'zc'. a'#. r9 A.wc+4 i w ,.
;- Debutantes. Special guests attending < ,A% L i;:i;; 9g .rc!i ?u.. ... ..xw!'
included Mrs. YA .f' }'i.i -:
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'partyMaud ur,<' t
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Barnes of Nashville Ten- ,, Yb'
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nessee, mother of Mrs. Venorian 4v.r y{ ,.a : .{ ,fF. ti 4:, Schell; Mrs. Emma Lee George; : :ti +: b q ,fia"4'4w
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; Mrs. Margaret Wilson; and Miss .. ;..' 4;..7r.;2x.l, ..i : ; ua3 :.aptia
Virginia Harper. :Y7'l''Y. h } x
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!, their duties by Mrs. I, A. Dent and S.
Mrs. V. E Moman of Jackson, .* tt.r

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J The Les Camellias S. S. Club

met. .recently in: the home of Mr. ,.ty2b?.,p.1}p.4
.. and' Mrs. Alphonso Alexander, 4 j
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1453 Spearing Street. Miss Gloria nN <;: .aF:

Singleton, hostess, did a woESet- .>t ,. i
ful job' of.entertaining. members 4 3
L of the club.
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\ Miss HOME Vivian FOR Sutton HOLIDAYS, a former : ;::'

Jaxon now residing in New York V '

: City, spent the holidays with.relatives f
here. Miss Sutton is the
v" daughter of George A. Sutton. 'f
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INSTALLS OFFICERS f. : ,1.;,4 y. r.,.;.M 'V ,
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of the Ladies oi ;z i+: }+he,: .
i New officers n' 'tr >yx.Ft y.l; f d:2: c};/p4y+ t
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the Links' Golfers Guild.were installed -

Wednesday night by Dr. .
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James R. Henderson. Mrs. Samuel tc S'ssxj. x A*' '; "-XH.J.x s:"o'O? } .d.: v
L. Lynch was toastmistress for the '
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.. affair, held at the Country Club. :W.r.
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laTish home of 'Mr. and : .y )44 :

Mrs. H. James Greene, 1539 West
23rd Street was the setting for the r d

Kelvenettes annual New. Year's
Ere Party.
\ Mrs. Thelma A. Greene presi

dent of the club was an ideal hose .

lets and an atmosphere describes
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as the "pink of hospitality" pre-
Tailed throughout the evening.



Alpha Iota Sigma Chapter oi
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority helca

breakfast at Club El Dorado on nopka ti >QA I
Moncrief Road early Saturday : ;(., '

morning, honoring Miss Jacqueline ,.
E. Small. .c 5-4 IS ltlrv
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Other guests at the affair included J2YtH -i, S4 .r .
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members of the 1956 Debutante i.t.b <

Coterie, their escorts and
their ladies-in-waiting with their

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f Armorymay Center right: Miss Gwendolyn Lenpheart. Mrs. Ralph Stewart. Mrs. Mildred ..
Chester and Gloria Willis 1336
Hampton. Allen Tyson. Washington. D. C.: Ralph Stewart, and Jules Boyd New "
McConihe St., boy, Sept. 20. Top left reading frour'l n to right: Mrs. Naomi Harris. Mrs. Annie Mae Gallo- York City. -

Morris and Catherine Brown, wayr Wetl Palm Beach: Mr and Mrs. William Wheaton New Yorke City Mr. and Bottom left: Mr. and Mrs. William Calhoun. Mrs. L. M. Harris Mr. and Mrs.

2044 Tuskegee IttL, "girl. Sept. 22. Mrs. Charles Simmons: Jr. and Mrs. Maurice Barnett. John Graham Samuel Harris.- Willie Wells (standing), Mrs. Flossie Jones Mrs. Bertha {{

Johnnie and Mine Bryant, 3533 Top right: Mrs. Kate' H. Graves Mrs. J. R. Henderson Mrs: H. C. Coleman. Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Jones and Mrs. Fred Dixon.

Japonica St., boy, Sept 25. Dr. J. R. Henderson. Maxie Wilson (standing). H. H. Culpepper. Mrs. Geraldine Bottom right: Mr. and Mrs. Melvia Gregory Norfolk. Virginia: Mr. and Mrs. ,
James, and, Rutha Hiddon, Jr., Williams. Tallahassee; Mrs. Charles F. James and Mrs. Maxie Wilson. Walter. Hearer Miss Helen JSaunders. and Russell Gregory. -

2125 W. 39th St, boy, Sept. 27. Center left: Mrs. Josephine Cleveland Mrs: Sylvester Howard' Richard Bos- FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS .. ,
3 Daniel and Doris L. Smith, 2414
W. Lincoln Court boy, Sept. 29. Carl and Sylvia Burden, 1075 Clay St boy Dec. 3.
; Set Lucky 16 Club Slates j|Camellia" will reIgn over the Two new members have been
Willie and Ruthia- Wall 1143 Annual i .
Evergreen Ave, boy Dec 12. Parly
Willie and Ella Newell; Sr.. 715 three-day celebration. inducted into the club, and were
a Oct. 2. .
Community' Court girl, Ernest and Shirley Jones, 1217. Minnie St., boy, Dec. 7. I A semi-formal dance will be t
'Willie Post Yuletide officially welcomed by the president
E. and Fannie Simmons, W. 23rd St. girl Dec. 4. CircleThe Party I
Y 5525 Verbena Rd, girl Oct. 3. Robert and Wanda Hall, 1838 By Sewiig held Friday February, at the last meeting. They are .
Elmo and Willie Gay 1548 W. '
Jefferson.St, Apt, girl, Dec. 17. A luncheon will be held Saturday Miss Carolyn Gamble and Mrs.
Fred and Nancy Dixon, 1251 26th St. girl Dec. 4. I The Richmond Tea Room will
Monroe St, boy Oct. 8. Melvin and Jenell Bryant. 1997 Bennie'and Ola Lee 2003 Com- Plaza Sewing Circle will ibe j the scene of the post-Yuletide February 9. Patricia Parsons.

Willie, and Dorothy Hall 319 I W.. 20th St, boy Dec. 4. monwealth St, boy, Dec. 15. i hold its annual party Thursdaynight ;I party of the Lucky 16 Sewing and i I I group On will Sunday hear, February its annual 10, the dent Mrs.of Bernice the Wright is presi-

Claude St, boy Dec. 9. Bernas_and 'Mary Williams, 911 Robert and Jennie Gresham, Jr., Jan. 17, in the home of Mrs.: Saving Club which will be held sermon. organization.. t BI

1188 W. 32nd St, boy, Dec. 15. William Jackson, 1661 W. ,Fifth; Thursday evening January 10. 1 I I \

s Crest and Oree Battle, 215.1 Street Many'friends of the Circle:I Several persons have been' invited -

Wilberforcc Rd, :boy, Dec. 17. have been. invited to the:affair. i as guests of the club. Hostesses RITZ THEATRE
Mrs. Mildred J. Pauline will
Abram: and Christine Sinclair, who will greet the guests .
1821 Cal Jon Rd, boy Dec. 15. serve 'as hostess for the event.I I will be Mesdames Fannie' '. ,. 4'
Members who will welcome the I SATURDAY ONLY .
i S JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Ardisia Jeff and Rd,Barbara girl Oct Walker 26. 3530 I visitors include Mrs. Nellie Mitch- ''Griffin Robinson, ,Threasa Polly Whitfield White, Annie Willie Giant Westerthon 4 Westerns! ,. ..

Robert ,and Wanda Davis, 1640 I ell, president; Mrs .Queen B. Williams I Bell Rucker,Inez Johnson, Minnie "OUTCAST OF POKER PUTS""APACHE" S
Mrs Marie Collier Mrs
Jefferson St, girl. Oct. 28. King. Ida Buggs Ella Mae Whit- I II
AH Wool Flannel Pants $6.99 James :Serrecia Boles Mrs.. Georgia field and the I :. "OVERLAND PACIFIC"
.5. .:. -, E. and Carolyn Burden, reporter Angelina '. 1
Bryant and, Mrs. Effie Miller.
946 Julia St. girl, Oct. 29. Hogans. I ".
Activities will begin at 8 o'clockThe "BLOOD Ofi THE MOON"PLUS ;
Dress Ties, .. ,. .v.r 3-fwr. $1.00 "' Lee'and Leila Marshall Route. last' meeting'of the Circle -, ..
: ( %:;. 1 :: 8 Box,471L, girl, Nov. 17 4 CARTOONS I < \
7 was held in the: home of :Mrs. I ITo \. "
Sidney and Annie_ Tatum. 677 Les Camellias SS Club -
Lined Gabardine $4. 9 Marie
ColLer where
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."-. _."- : l. N. Lincoln Court, girl, Nov 25. ceived their Christmas' savings ;. : _" ...:... STARTS SUNDAY .
Joseph and Mary Woodard 726 i Observe Anniversary' 1st Run Victor Motive '

Ctnfcray Sport Coats .'. .:. :. $9.88 Lafayette St, boy Dec. 12.John and completed. plans for the party. "SHARK FIGHTERS" ._ 1 t tz

"and Eula Tillie, 545 West PATRONIZE The Les Camellia's S. S. Club anJ !
27th St, girl Dee: 14. .fc '. I
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: .125 W. Boy Street -- Meae EL 4-1118 Wheeler and. Louvadapinkney, -''. ': Adhfftrtiftrs' :February 8, Land ICf with a series o f' ,< ,,"URANIUM BOOM" .. II

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.' .. DEBS AND THEIR ESCORTS. The 1958 Debutante Coterie and their escorts University where she is active in the Sociology Club, the Newman Club, the NAACP ..
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.: .. .h'., ..-. Top row,.reading from left to right: Miss Sylvia Skinner, escorted by.Warner ',-. Bottom row reading. from left to right Miss Verdell Ruby Covington escortedby .. *.r-.
Singleton, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Skinner. She is a student at _. Richard Hadley is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Turner V. Covington. She is a '. T. ":: _
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Hampton: Institute, wh re she,1s active in the Speech Choir and the Barracuda Swim."' ,..tt ;' t; .student at South Carolina State A &. M College where. she is active in the choir. I. : --....- .. :.., ::( )

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.. -_'_.. ... Miss Padrica'Mendez. escorted by Samuel. Rogers of Daytona, is the daughter. \ "' .... .- -,j.. : Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moman. She is a student at Hampton Institute where she .' .. .. __- -: I-, :

.. ,;" c,.} Jtftj! : ". of Mr. and Mrs. Pedro .ndeL.Sh.1s a student at Bethune-Cookman College..where-:. '.r'1; .y:::\>ate t.- is active in the Ivy Leaf Pledge Club to the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. : ..-. -

',;4...." she is active in the department of music and a member of the Delta Sigma Theta r: !;;".;>l ":
'-. :1' ; ;: x F ': Miss Jacqueline Elaine Small, escorted by Eugene Baker, is the daughter of .: ;:: '
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; Mr. and Mrs. James P. Small. She is a student at Hampton Institute, where she is ", .
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_, and Mrs. George,White. She is a student at Florida A &: M University where .she.is : .
: If -- f Miss LqRiia Niguelon Darby escorted by Herman Green, is the daughter of .. :" ';" ;:;4"
active in the band
< symphonic and the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
s't..' t 4-,: ,. ",. x-- ... g ',; ., Mr.and Mrs John. B. Darby. She is a student at Edward Waters College where she -:'. _' j:;' .:
-..' : :.,." t r Miss Barbara Ann Reed. escorted by Jaco& Maxwell is' the daughter- JbffMry:( ; : ': __..I.Ff.' 'is active In the Cle9'Club.'-; ." v.. ,,_"' ::-r,:. i;..

., .. and Mrs. Emme# N..Reed, Sr. She is a student at Clark College, where she ir'active' W ;A } '
.,. ': in the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. '- >' t .;:,";; ;: k ', Miss Vivian L..Taylor, escorted by Edward Austin..is the.daughter of Mr. and ", .. ;, _' '' ..
.. : Mrs. Curtis Taylor. She is a student at Howard. Unirersity where she is active in .':t '.

--; ,.-. Miss Rosemary'Sandra LillienxhaL escorted by William Oats of Tallahassee, is. ::\ ;* the choral group. / ."" \ .-'(; : -
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.' ATTEND DEBUTANTE BALL Several groups attending, the Debutante
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Country ; 5 ;. Ball sponsored by the.Les Triese Amiss Club and held in the TwoSpofBallfooiriere ... .

By Ladies' Golfers Guild 'f''':' .-' seen in the following'photographs: :* "* %" :
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New:?officers' of the Ladies, oft } Boston Mass., and Robert Harvey. :'

; he'Links' Golfers Guild .for 1957 .J ,'4 ..; Bottom left: Mr. and Mrs. William Bodie and"Mr. and Mrs, Elcee R.Lucas.' _.
were officially laced into office i Vyf? :

last "Wednesday night by Dr. ***' 'Top right reading from left to right Mr. and Mrs. P. Macker Mr. and Mrs 1SI4 n. A -;

James .R. Henderson. _, J. Gardner Sams and Mr. and Mrs. ,Harris (standing). .. _"
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S Mrs:!\\Ifraa: L.- Lynch- served'- .as ; ei. ;i i_ -, -At bottom right seated. from left are: Miss Marilyn Brown. Mrs. George n: y F.
toastmistress of the installation Ingram and Mr. and Mrs.N. Ingram. Standing in the same order are George'Ingram..- s

/ ;banquet, held in the Lincoln Golf. ...', of Daytona with- Mr. and'Mrs. James. H. Greene.. -- **&f* *
and 'Country Club. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS

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Miss Gertrude L. Styles, president M'
4 ; Mrs. Viney Ford, vice president 1 w ,1 I / -

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tesponding secretary; Urs. Mil- ., ::,:. ( .::. .

dred Brown;"financial secretary;' ; 's :'? '.

Mrs. Addie M. Jones, treasuer. :w.. y .K
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.chaplain:;Mrs Ozzie B. Williams ':i-r

director of public relations.

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chairman;; Mrs. Addle M. Jones -

Mrs... Orpah Jackson, Mrs. Roberta ,, F K f y
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I. .,/-. a: News } Of Interest From All Sections Of : Beautiful.. Florida !


News Mrs. Cyril! D. Porter H ,Gilts Presented I In I Ckild IijiredBy Annual Meet Set ,

icnlnam County HasLuncheon For Debs u.-.u._ .._ _.h' .__.. h .. .

i : NailTrick'OCALA : By Branch YWCA .1

i4.y::' Members of the 1956 Debutante _

,. : loa Madbea&Y Sfettt E.J. YBEEN PiTitta. Florida Coterie enjoyed a delicious lunch- A U. S mail truck Tuesday Jan. 8 i
eon last Monday, held in the love- ,
Pfcea EuI, S-ttiS ran over a four-'year-old boy last
.,- '" ly home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril D.
.> Tuesday on W. Fourth Street,
Porter, 1460 West 8th St., honor- .. '?!. : west of 24th Street and seriouslj MRS. MARY L. BETSCH TO (

A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK ing Misses'Padrica Mendez Rose # y, xiR a, injured the child. BE PRINCIPAL SPEAKER. !

*'Be to drive safely in '1957. mary Lillienthal and Sylvia Mo-. i' : t tJ t
sure city patrolman, Leroy Strawder The annual meeting of the A. L. ,tt

Putnam man. said Kenneth P. Taylor, 4, 1026 Lewis Branch YWCA will beheld !
of County
Last week Mrs. Helen D. Long. Supervisor
I Schools the happy recipient of the Florida Star The meiyu consisted of stuffed W. Fourth Street, ran in front ofa Tuesday, Jan. 8, 7:30 p. m., at 582 t
Negro' very .Cornish hens; cranberry sauce,, :' '- \ I mail truck driven by Henry West 8th Street.
movie invitations. She was accompanied by her daughter, Doris Jean. ) \
! steamed rice, French style string Alexander Hatchett, 34, 1116,
Our first 1957 invitation goes to Mrs. Mary Lewis Betsch, a i
beans, gravy, hot rolls, and a Stonewall Ave., as it pulled away i
' who waits at store i+ prominent figure in the Jacksonville !
a lady a every NEW UNIT STARTEDON mixed fruit salad. The guests MW: 55I from a mail box. -
' Friday night for a copy of the served arrival I : I community, will deliver the
were punch upon Kenneth was rushed to Munroe
Florida Star. She lives across the annual address. I
FAMU CAMPUS The guests _of honor were presented Memorial Hospital where his con-
street from her church and she is
with leather-bound CalendarAutograph ,dition was termed serious. A hos- Mrs. Betsch, a graduate of Wil-

employed by the Board of Public TALLAHASSEE Construction -. books by Mrs. kAA. pital official said he had possible berforce University, is the daughter I
Instruction of Putnam County.
has begun on the second unit ,Olga Bradham as special. gifts broken ribs and internal injuries. of Mr. James H. Lewis, presi-
She drives a "Forward Look" car. I
of the student union building at :from the hostess. According to Strawder, the dent of the Afro-American Life

This lady was one friends.of my I hope latesister's Florida A and M University. The In addition to the honorees and .Y .. $ ., driver said he felt the truck run Insurance Company; granddaughter (

very best unit which will cost approximately i their mothers, Mesdames P. Men- over something as he started of the late Mr. A. L. Lewis, I
she will accept this invitation. If
$250,000 is being built by the I dez, George Lillienthal and Law- west on Fourth St., and he stop- founder of the Afro-American I
so, I will give her two passes to : Life Insurance
Company and for
of ped immediately. Strawder said
Ruscon Construction Company rence Woman, the following debu- 4 i
the movies. Jacksonville, and when completedwill I tauntes were<< present: c-- +: $ the vehicle was a right-hand drive whom the branch YWCA is I

bring the total cost" of. the model making it impossible for named. She is currently serving as
Miss Jacquelin Small, Miss Sylvia -
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jeffrey and building to approximatelya t. Hatchett to see the child. vice president-treasurer of the
union Skinner, Miss Vivian Taylor,,!
their small daughter, Faith, left half million dollars. corporation. Her community activities (
Miss Guelda White, Miss Verdell :
Tuesday on their return trip tc' This building is but one of several I include membership in Mt. I
Miss LoRita Darby
1 Boston, Mass. They visited Mrs. which have been added to the and Miss Barbara Joyce Reed. .p Brothers AccusedOf I Olive AME Church where she J

Jeffrey's parents here, Mr. and skyline of the palm- serves as organist, and member- 1

Mrs. W. M. Jones. ever growing 'during the past The hostess was assisted by .. : theft I ship in the Delta Sigma Theta

dotted campus which time Mesdames W. D. Sweet, SimpkinsD. Charges i Sorority. '. !

seven years during Jones, Comenius Bowens and 0 'kAk.'awlt e0} .w.w.iG6:.: RCAA. .
: Mrs. Bessie Dudley returned:! construction totaling more than Bradham. I Mrs. Ruby Morrissette, chairman !
Olga CAMELLIA LADIES Mrs. Ajania Thomas, Mrs. Alice Hudson PENSACOLA
1 Thursday from Miami where she $7,000,000 has been in force. Johnnie and of the Annual Meeting Committee I
and Mrs. M &Striven are seen (reading from left to right) in the 'I
spent the Xmas holidays with her The first unit of the union James Brewer brothers, who live will preside over the meet- t
above photo as they distribute Christmas gifts to members of the
Zella Mae at the at 512 W. Strong Street were ar- I
daughter. Mrs. Allaway building which was opened ing. Reports will be heard from !
Camellia Ladles Social club. The setting is in the home of Claude
and her son,Rufus Williams. She beginning of the current school rested and booked at County jail I Mrs. Wilmer Dorrell, chairman of
WOBSPROGRAM Bryant 1564 West 7th Street. I
was accompanied: by her granddaughter term, is ultra modern in every on charges of assaulting and the Branch Committee; Mrs. Elizabeth ,

Joan Williams. concept, and is regarded as one SCHEDULE I stealing $18 from Mrs. Betty Jean I I Meuse, chairman of the Finance I

of the finest buildings of its kind I I SILAS GREEN SHOWIN HOBO PARTY SLATED Stripp, 2914 N. Miller Street' ac- i Committee; and, Mrs. Florence -

returned anywhere in America today. The JoIONDAyD'AYSCBEDVLE cording to reports issued by Deputies i J. Dixon, Branch Executive J
Miss Christine Hardy (OCTOBEK)
basi- JAX NEXT WEEKSilas Charles Cheese and Charles !Director.
to Washington, D. C. Monday two story red brick building 40SUB On FRIDAY EVENINGON 1
COO3 News Weather Benboe: ,
; after a very pleasant visit in Pa- cally consists of a modern grill C3 7a neavta's Road (Deaeea The meeting will also feature j

latka with her mother, Mrs. Beatrice and snack bar on the first floor 1tO.,.,:03 New Grace)A Weather Green from New Orleans, EWC CAMPUSThe The brothers are also charged 'musical selections and refreshments !
with drurikeness. Both
Mason. while the ground floor consists ofa 73- S0 Tk Kid (Bob Hudson) nationally known minstrel show, men were will be served.
News tt Weather released under bond.In 1
and recreationroom. SH* 13
spacious 1:03Si3 The Kid (Bob Hudson) will 'make its annual appearancein
initial program of the Women's Members :
and of
:459M Teeato Weeale hefx0.1x3.News another case, Annie Lee, 27, the
Miss Sara McCloud R. N. at Jacksonville during the coming
& Weather Society for Community Ac- I
of 708 North 10th Ave., was I YWCA are invited to attend
Gradys Hospital in Atlanta spent The new unit will house the 93-lftM Jumpla with Johnny Sbaw1.tf.1.l3 week. The troupe is being spon- tion, a new organization, will be a S!
News & Weather charged with assaulting her husband
post office,-bookstore, student offices sored the Clara White Mission -
the holidays in Palatka visiting 1.:13-11:10 Gospel Train N*. 1 by fund-raising event scheduled to be
her Mr. and Mrs. Roger and will include an exten- ll: O-li43: Newt ft weather and proceeds will benefit the Old I Tommie, with a knife sher-
parents. 11*3-uee Gospel Train No. 1 held on the campus of Edward
iffs Bill Switzer
deputy reported.Mrs. :
'McCloud and her brother Roger sion of the recreation and lounge 12:00-12:1 Local News (Yvonne Folks Home.A :
Waters College Friday evening,
Daniels) Lee was released under $100
; McCloud Jr.. who is a student at! areas. 12:15-1230 Public Service Show performance will be stagedin I January 11. The activity will be a i .
. FAMU. Plush booths, tables and chairs, 1230-12:49 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) the Jacksonville Ball Park, ** STATE U. ;
Yvonne "Hobo Party, held opposite the
y 12:45-1:00 Woman's, World ( Two men were arrested by Con- ,
and the modern snack bar are Daniels) Monday evening, January 7, and Centennial Building.The I

The many friends of Mr. and prominent facets of the first floorof 1:03240 1401:03 News Gospel ft Train Weather No. 2 (Deacon i, one on Florida Avenue between stable N. L. Booker in connectionwith Louis Armstrong and his band i

Mrs. Ben Williams will regret to the present unit of the building.! Grace) Fist and Phelps Streets Tuesday I primary 'objective of the disturbances at Cantonment are scheduled to give two evening 1 E

learn that they are ill in their The ground floor like the first! 2:03340 2:002:03 News Gospel ft Train Weather No. 2 (Deacon evening, January 8. organization, founded by Mrs. D. 'last Saturday night. concerts Friday, January 18, at :
wall the Grace) Ward Nichols, is to establish a 'I The two men were identified as Florida State t tI
home on West Main Street. floor, has a glass on 3:003:03 News ft Weather The Silas Green minstrel has University. N
southwest 'side of the building, 3:03440, ampin with Johnny Shaw been hailed in the past for its recreation center for'.yo. ths. John James, 30 and Press Strong!I The public concerts are being
4:00443 News Weather 51, both of Cantonment.
Other officers include Mr:
a Friends of Mr. Bryant will regret which affords a panaramic viewof 4:03340 Jomptn with Johnny Shaw outstanding performances and"it MyraD. i sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega

to learn of his death which the campus. 540-5435:30 543. ampin News Weather with Johnny Shaw is expected that a large crowd King, president; Mrs. LucilleG. I I Fraternity, as a benefit for Campus -

occurred: Monday morning.The The ground floor is superbly ,:30 sara OffSUNDAY SCHEDULE will be* on hand to witness the Coleman, 1st vice president; Y OUfEditorial I Chest the collegiate fund

1 furnished with low ultra modern shows next and Mrs. Gussie L. Torrence, 2nd Page
(OCTOBEK) week. raising operation corresponding to .

funeral services of the late ebony furniture. A new 24-inch 6:00 C40C45 News SID on ft Weather '. vice president.The Speaks for Progress I I Red Feather. .

Mrs. A. Elebre was very largely television ,set has been providedfor 6:457:00 Hecrea's Grace) .Road (Deacon : group will meet Monday,

attended Sunday at Bethel AME the use of the students as has ,:01- '1:03 News ft Weather Officers Elected January 7, in the Edward Waters, ... .
model radio-record 743140 Heaven's Road (Deacon to make final I : t
Church.. with Rev. J. P. Morris been a cabinet Grace) College Library _
player combination. 140130 Oral Roberts irrangements for the "Hobo
The passed
officiating. Presently, the Ruscon firm is 1.30.5:45 Swanaalres Road Gospel Singers Party." Mrs, Mabel Latson, chair-
away at her home Thursday aftera :4S040 Heaven's By Four Leaf Club i Melvin GraceAND
5x0-l.e. Bishop S. C. Johnson
work the $1,000,000 man of the committee
completing on
few weeks' illness. She was a 1040-1030 Heavenly Fire SIDle program :
teacher in the Central Academy structure which will house unitsof 1030-10:45 Temple Ethel D&ve1lpWtlINll:03 ot God: will be assisted by Mrs. A. M.!

Elementary School for several the school of agriculture and 10:45-1140 News ft Weather The Four Leaf Social and Saving Champion and Miss Alethia B.I

years. Survivors include two home economics. On the drawing' 1143-1240 1240-1243 News Heaven's ft Weather Road Club met in the Elks Buildingat Frazier. j'

daughters Mrs. Jennie Harris and board are plans for the $366,000 1243140 Heaven's Road 712 W. Duval Street Monday
News ft Weather
Mrs. Mildred Rhodes; one son, football stadium a $100,000 cafe- 1431:15 l.OO143 Beave '. Road night, Dec. 31 for the purpose of THE DEACON
torium for the demonstration high 1:15130 SAAB Master Keys electing officers.
Mozel Elebre; and several other 130240 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Palatka"CLEANUP

relatives. She was laid to rest in a school and a $500,000 women's ..ZOt3:10 JAFCO Gospel H. Williams Revue The following officers were

vault'in the Evergreen Cemetery.The dormitory. 4:00540 3:00440 Bha.pB.Elder Charles Beck electefd: W. L. Kendrick .presi- GUIDING YOUR WAY

E. W. Lawson Funeral Direc- Recently,students attending the 53040 540530 Rev.Heaven'sSATURDAY L Jordan Road dent; O is Kelsey, vice president;. DRIVrAT

demonstration high school moved SCHEDULE Mrs. Mattie McGrady, recording
tors were in charge. MT. ZION BAPTISTThe
into the $450,000 demonstration (OCTOBER) secretary; Mrs. Julia Hartzog fin- ,
new CM Sip OB Mt. Zion Baptist.Church of 10:00 to 12:00 A.M.
school building. And at the .*0- C45 News ft Weather ancial secretary; Willie Burgess,
.:$ ,:III Heaven's Road which Rev. Mr.. N.. B. Williams is
beginning of the current school 1tO1:13 News ft Weather treasurer; Otis Kelsey, chaplain;
Bob Hudson) pastor, will launch its "Clean Up 1:00 3:00 P.M.
743S40 The Kid ( fo
students began Mrs. W. L. Kendrick, singing fund
"Sweetens Whole'lt es: term, university 140S43 News ft 'Weather Drive" beginning Sunday, Janu-
fe. using for the first time the $1,000- .'143:43 The Kid (Bob Hudson) treasurer; Mrs. Cora Smith, busi-
:45940 Teenle Weenie Time ary 13, 1957, and ending Sunday,
Relieves Const pat II 000 classroom building. 940- 943 News ft Weather r. ss manager; Mrs.. Lillian Jones, Monday thru Saturday
943-1040 Jtunpin with Johnny Slaw March 10, 1957.
critic Mrs. Henrietta LeGrand.
!" 1040-1043 News Weather ;
,. -both overnight 1043-1140 Gospel Train No 1 sickcommittee,Chairman :Mrs. Every member is asked to give
Sart....Kate BAr.".......f.. 1140-1143 New ft Weather ; ; OVER
Dancers dollars of
Hill-alive,headachy When constipation Gretel & :tie. ltm-1240 Gospel Train Ho. 1 Daisy Kelsey, corresponding sec- ten toward the set goal

aoun' stomach. Black-Draught 1tIIZ:1S Local News (Yvonne retary. three .hundred dollars. Lewis
relieves constipation: overnight.Helps Make Miami Appearance Daniels) Davis deacon and chairman of the
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sweeten soar stomach too. No harsh 12:15-12:31 Public Service* The election ,was held by C.
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It I Negro Stars Played In Four Major Bowl Games Jan. 1 Savannah Stale ,

Negro Slars Saig Their Swai Seig Among ,All.Time Greats j ji Ribiison TopicOf t I Negro Athletes Wins 1956 SEAC

For College Football Janary 1 87 ....... I.i I ConversaiioisAboii Won Gold Medals Fioiball Crown

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Throughout the nation on January 1st bowl games were played His Future In OlympicGames SAVANNAH The Savannah I
,11 among the top ranking collegiate football teams rielng for national 4U- I ICItr State College of Savannah, Ga. I

|[ gridiron supremacy -L IKE ,;. SYMBOL won the 1956 Southeastern Athletic -
Of them ny games played on THE U.7MATEA Jackie Robinson, who was re- Negroes played a leading part Conference football cham-
New Year's Day four of them ment.The two Negroes were John of/ / THE/ AR.TS77CUF I cently traded by the Brooklyn in the. Olympic: Games recently pionship, according official tab-

were played with Negro splaying Wooten, a big 228-pound guard i i SUGQR THE /GURI RAY WILL 01= Dodgers to the New York Giantsis held in Melbourne, Australia with ulations under the Dickinson Rat-
a leading role. Out 'in and Frank Clarke, a 210-pound TAKETSPLACE llJITH I the topic of much conversation many of. them winning medals in ing System.
Passadlha,California, the home- TNEAzfT/MEGREATS among sports writers, owners, 'various_ events. Florida Normal and Industrial .

land of the Rose Bowl, the grand- end.The 'East-West Shrine game managers players, groundkeepers Those winning medals were: College of St. Augustine, vas therunnerup

daddy of all Bowl games, Oregon that was played on the 29th of coaches trainers and fans in CHARLEY DUMAS, winner of team according to tabulations

State representing the Pacific December in San Francisco pre every nook and corner of the the high jump with a leap of 6 released by Ted A. I

Coast Conference played Iowa. sented some of the greatest Negro I I F11 ) y globe feet 111/4 inches for a new Olym- Wright, Sr., secretarytreasurerThe ..
The Negro players participating stars of the game in recent years. r k Some of the questions that are pic record. LEE CALHOUN, winner ratings are: Savannah '
in the Rose Bowl game were In the game were Pete O'Garro, being asked are: "Will Jackie play of the men's 110-meter hurdles State, Pet.. .800; Pts. 22.00; Tab.

Earnel Durden, Paul Lowe, Joe UCLA end, John Nisby, Collegeof for the Giants?" "Why did the in 1:53, a new Olympic: rec- 110. Florida Normal, Pet. .800; Pts.
Francis Ted Bates,,Joe Wade-and Pacific tackle, All-American Dodgers trade Jackie?" "Has ord. GREGORY BELL, winner of 21.00; Tab. 105. Claflin, Pet. .600;
Bernard Bruce for Oregon State. Jim Parker and James Roseboroof 's "fi; Jackie lost his punch" "Will the the men's broad. jump at 25 feet Pts. 18.00; Tab. 90. Albany State,
Iowa used Frank Gillam, Collins Ohio State and Abe Woodson w presence of Robinson attract a 8 1/4 inches. MILT CAMPBELL, Pet .200; Pts. 15.00; Tab. 75. Mor- .
(Mike) Hagler and John Bur- of Illinois. larger attendance at the Polo winner of the decathlon, with ris College, Pet. .200 Pts. 15.00;

roughs.. t Grounds?" "Can the Jackie Rob 7,957 points-a new record. CHARLEY i Tab.. 75. Paine College, Pet. .000;
, The Cotton Bowl game played a inson-Willie Mays punch pull the JENKINS, winner of the Pts. 13X0; Tab. 65.

in allas. Texas, Jim Brown, a Giants out of the second divi- 400-meters race. The All-SEAC Team Kelly
4 Team Withdraws
great A11-Amencan choice of sion?" Many answers are given to LOU JONES, winner of the 600 James, E, Morris; Morris William,

I every All-American team for 1956 these questions.. meters dash relay.. IRA MURCHI- E, Albany' State; Jerry Bailey, T,

played for Syracuse University From Tourney 1. Here is Robinson's record since SON, winner of the 400 meters !:Florida Normal; Billy Martin, G,

I. against Texas ,Christian Univer- entering organized baseball in dash relay. LEMON ,KING, win- Claflin; Jolly Stevens, G, Savan-
sity. The old saying out Syracuse 1946. ,_ ner of the too meters dash relay. I nah State; Hozell McMahon, C,
way throughout the season was EVANSVILLE,, Ind. The 1946 JIM BOYD, winner of the light r Paine; Willie Bachelor, B, Sava.n='
-Montreal (IL)-G 124; AB I
: "As Brown goes, so goes Syra Southeastern Conference Missis- ftI'1FT heavyweight championship.' BILL ;nab State; Frank Ferrell B, Al-
444 R 113 H
155 HR 3 RBI 66
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I! cuse" was very much in evidence sippi State basketball team with STILL GO'ING"STHOMG :7. ) AV. 349. NL RUSSELL and K. C. TONES, I bany State; Julian Brown, B,
1947-Brooklyn ( )
: in Bowl drew from the finals of the Evans- members of the i Morris and Selene Manning, B,
the Cotton' game. Invitational AT 35 .- G 151; AB 590; R 125; H 175; HR winning basket-
ville Tourna-
t Down in "Sunny Miami" the College di- Sugar Ray:Robinson/who 12; RBI 48; AV .297. 1948-G 147; ball team. i Claflin.
ment and Evansville
some seat of the ,Orange Bowl Don said "the was said to,be Just about AB 574; R 108; H 170; HR 12; RBI Other medal winners were:
.1 game where the University of for rector'it was that Ping there' were reason Negro washed up when be made 85; AV .298;' 1949-G 156; AB 593; Rafer Johnson, decathlon; Andy ACHING MUSCLES
Colorado played against Clemson his first start on the comeback R 122; H 203; HR 16; RBI 124; AV Stanfield, 200 meters; Willie
University, two Negro players on players in the tourney"Mississippi White, women's broad jump Josh fI.lI.ve pain of tlrttf, sore, aching mut
in his fight ; .
f trail proved .342. 1950-G 144; AB 518; R 99; cltt with STAN BACK,UbUU. powdtm .
r the Colorado team let it be knownthat State had previouslywon against Gene Fullmer* Wednesday H 170; HR 14; RBI 81; AV .328. Culbreath, 400 meter hurdles; STANBACK acts fast t. bring..mf.rtnrtli .
the color of the skin and the from the University of Den- Earlene Brown, women's discus ,'...becaus.the STAND ACK fermataE.mbin.s
f night Jan. 2 that he can still be S!J5\:2z1:\ 1951-G 153; AB 548; R 106; H ; IIv.ral l .
pr pti n type is.er.di.nta
of the hair handicap ver, playing Denver even after Ken Bantum and
texture was no shotput
classed among the greatest 185; HR 19; RBI 88; AV .338. for fU relief of p&ln.
in handling a football assign- learning there were Negroes on champions of all time. The name legend among fight fans for a !i952-G 149B; 510; R 104; H Faggs, women's 400 meter relay.
t the Denver squad. However, it Sugar Ray Robinson will be a long long time.SPORTING 157; HR 19; RBI 75; AV .308. 1953 The United States Olympic
informed'Ping it would not play
team was well represented by
-G 136 AB 484 R 109 H 159
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Michel Signed HR 12; RBI 95; AV .329. 1954-
Negro players. I
I IT UPBY G 124; AB 386; R 62; H 120; HR Charging Quicker
The Mississippi team had left its 15 RBI 59 AV .311. 1955-G 105
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For Miami Balli hotel before the announcement > AB 317; R 51; H 81; HR 8; RBI 36; LEARN TO DRIVET !GilletteBLUE

i was made and presumably'was on AV .256. 1956-G 117; AB 357; Q"ick..t TV. EsloM
' MIAMI BEACH, An announcement 1 its way home. C. PARHAM JOHNSON R 61; H 98; HR 10; RBI 43; ,AV Way T* Lan BLADES

has been released by The remaining tourney teams THE. HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS ,served as an official. was the Yale- IN HANDY DISPENSER
j Promoter Chris Dundee that decided that Denver should play will appear in Daytona :Connecticut.game.:, .275.WORLD SERIES RECORD: wife

I .- Eddie Machen of Redding Calif.,! Evansville for the championship, Beach January 28. They will playin I HENRY "HANK" AARON the 1947-G 7; AB 27; R 3; H 7; HR SCHOOL ..sed,6lodeeimpcrtaunf

-t and former light heavyweight as Evansville already had defeated the Bethune-Cookman College National, League's balling championl 0; AV .259; 1949-G 5; AB 16; R 2; CALL EL 4.0639

champion Joey Maxim of Cleveland Boston College, the other gym. It is not known however led four of, the most offensive H 3; HR 0; RBI -2; AV. .188 1952 20 to* 10 rot
l( had signed on, the dotted entry.At which team will play in Daytona I departments in winning the -G 7; AB 23; R 4; H 4; .HR 1; George Perpena x
98 49
F line to meet Jan. 25 in a 10-round( Starkeville Miss, State and it is not too widely known title. His batting average was RBI 2r; AV .174. 1953-G 6; AB 22; 1134 W. 5th Street I

. .' bout that will be nationally tele- President Ben Hilbun said the that Abe Saperstein always keeps 328. total bases 340 hits 200..and R 5; H 4; HR 0; RBI 1; ,AV .182. .
f It vised. withdrawal was ordered by Athletic three teams on the road. According doubles '34. Aaron i* the second 1956-0 7; AB 24; R 5; H 6; HR

1{ Machen is the fourth ranking Director C. R. Noble.Trotters' I to reliable information. one youngest player to win the.,title. 1; RBI 2; AV .250.

heavyweight contender. Jack group has already toured Europe The youngest was.Pete Reiser the ALL STAR RECORD: 1949-AB

I Kearns, manager of Maxim, said and the Middle East winning all former Brooklyn "fence-buster. 4; R 3; H 1; HR 0; RBI 0;AV.250.
he hoped the winner of the Owier j 98 games in 21 countries. Another CHARLES JOHNSTON, man- 1950-AB 4; ,R. 1; H 1; HR 0; A Happy and Prosperous

t Machen-Maxim .fight would meet I group has won ,63 games in 17 ager of light heavyweight cham- RBI 1; AV .250.1951-AB 4; R 1; .
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat- To Receive AwardCHICAGO nations in South and Central pion Archie Moore"will go on trial H 2; HR 0; RBI 1; AV 500.1952
terson in February. America and Carrbbean area. At January 7 along with two other AB 3; R 1; H 1; RBI 1 AV..333. : New Year .
present a third group is swinging officers of the International Box-
1953-AB 1; R 0; H 0; RBI 0;
rf r- Abe Saperstein, through Australia. New Zealand. ing Guild. The trial is an out- HR 0; AV .000. 1954-AB 2; R 1;

Watch This Clown owner-coach of the Harlem Globe the Pacific and the Far East. growth of government charges H 1; HR 0; RBI 2; AV. 500.
f Trotters basketball team, will be JIM HINESLEY of Michigan that the IBG has sought to monopolize -

,,1 4e presented the "torch of hope" State and PERCY OLIVER of boxing 'in the nation. New York
28-8-40 award at a testimonial dinner to Illinois and bothe of Miami, Flor- The other officers to face trial are among those who played in the Laundry

285-74-982 be held April 24'in Chicago. ida made history on the 26ih of William Daly, treasurer and Al- Orange Blossom Classic. Gramb-*

If ,Serving as dinner chairman is December when the .NorthSouthShrine bert 'M. Del Monte, Ohio IBG ling College was next with the
in Miami Johnston is presidentof largest number picked. Gramblinghad Arrow-Zoric" Cleaners
3 6 Superior Judge Henry L. Bur- game was played president
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man. In announcing the dinner at They were the first Negroes to the Guild. three men placed, they were 9
', 2 \ 3 Hotel Sherman,- Judge Burman ever be invited to play in that I THE FLORIDA & M RATTLERs Leon Larce Sr.; A. Richardson,

t'k. 7 5 also announced Saperstein as the game. Oliver the big 205 guard. PLACED five men on the Sr, and Edward Murray, Jr. 25 Pick Up and Delivery Trucks
man ,selected the "humanitarianof from Illinois was All-State choice All-SIAC team which is picked by JULIUS GUINYARD, of the

r .155.17.338 1956. for four years at Booker T. Wash- the coaches and sports writers. Wilder Athletic Club is workinghard

The Judge said Saperstein will ington ,High SchooL The North- The five men are Galimore, Frazier to get his team fn shape to Office & Plant .
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receive the "Torch of Hope" South game completed 11 years of Crowell, Bobby Lang and be ready for the Golden Gloves

I: award "in recognition of his most football for Oliver, with four Vernon Wilder. I Tournament In every tournament
S.waatiw4S ... rp ,T., Washington, THE NEW YORK GIANTS 400 East Forsyth Phone EL 5-7595
r ...ttata ..'. *.*. generous support this and other years at Booker that Wilder Club team has entered
I' Ke adds sabtractt philanthropic endeavors." three years at Carswell Air Force FANS are still rejoicing over the It it has been among the top con-

; l'H.. work It .11! .mt .4 Proceeds otihe testimonial. and four years at.Illinois. Hines- purchase of Jackie Robinson by .tenders. Guinyard is doing an .
ner, expected to exceed $109,000 ley was, born at Augustine! the Giants. They believe that excellent job coaching the boxers
FOR JANUARY 12th will"go to 'the City of Hope, national -' lived in; Coconut Grove. His family Willie Mays and Jackie will give and leading them from one victory -
non-sectarian medical cen- moved to Detroit.when he was the Giants th best one-two punch : to another. If the team can

39-80-44 ter dedicated to cancer, tuberculosis 13. He was selected as the most the Giants have had in many I.do half as well in the Golden- .
I leukemia and heart disease. valuable player: for the past sea- years. They are already saying, Gloves as they did in the last
I. son Michigan, State. "what will it be like to :walk tournament it will be a grand success -
-. ALTHEA GIBSON won second Mays to get to Jackie?" -Chub for the man who has his teamso LNJOl

STRAND '"LAST WAGON"RICHARD place ,in, the ,ratings- of American Fcehy Gia"lt'tYJ eident, said: much at heart. .SV'/V -
II W4DMARK women tennis for 1956. The "I feel better novr about everything WITH THE JUNIOR AND SENIOR I : -

SEARCH FOR-..BREJEY Pin MuRPHY'- game was completely dominatedby just having Jackie on the! HIGH SCHOOLS' makingreahdy WW INi N; Iw4iwiiin ,
SUN. THRU SAT. Miss Gibson and Miss Fry in team." .for the basketball season.
1956. EDWARD they are looking forward: to the
t FLORIDA A &: M UNIVEHSIT.Y RICHARDSON of Grambling same kind of support that was
ROOSEVELT SKTHEW. ; ;RATTLERS placed three College were selected for the 1956 given the high,schools during the t t) u count 10 tmvuncJ \
Association of Intercollegiate Athletics p
the 1956
men on football season. The men who 1
"S.*. Tuts. Jon. 6-8 s... T..*.. J... ,-. Negro team. The three men are A11. merican team. Duringthe make up the varsity teams in high yJ em&bLA'bf h
It* Jex Showing I Glca Ford egad Crawford Willie Gallmore-who averaged $.S 1956.season,:Murray+ who-was school ,are the, boys who played Ffdirjl S *i g \

t : "ROCKROCKROCK"Fraakie ,- "FASTEST, GUN ALIVE" carry while ,running for 820 placed In the second.team,gained Junior high school basketball.
Tetnogen -
lymon PIES
", Chuck Berry Laver Baker: 'TEH-'HIt:'TurWeL Tears; He is the property of the 1.418 yards rushing and passing to Give the teams the support they
f'. : 20 Top Start Chicago Bears. Adolphus Frazier rank third nationally In total of need and they will give, to the
, :.. w Plat_''NAKED HHIS" Thim. =s.Jo*. 9.10 picked up M yards on!the,groundfor fense. He also ranked third inrushing fans the kind of basketball they

',_W.4. .Tilt.i.... '.10 "SILVER CHAUCE" an average of 8.8 per carry. nationally and topped want.
Jt 1 -' lf Raw Thriller -- "BAMBOO: PRISON" Ke kicked 22 extra points for a Negro college backs in all NCAA AND
:"WALK:' THE DARK STREET" of 118 poi ds. The third and NAIA statistical tabulations A -
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. i ;; "e FOR EACH OTHER" "QUENT1N DURweGr' man' is Carl Crowell a guard.DOLLY except scorlngB1charctsoa was THROUGH ALL THE YEAR TO
"NAKED GUN"ALLHITE KING is going over,in the only ,Negro college player
i Fri. Sat''- J... 1112 ALL.- -
,J' 1st J.x Showfoflt ,5MOW' the big way, as a, basketball official named 4o a first-team berth.
i L : MAHIFISH"Plus"BADMEN'S in the Ivy League. His first THE ..
.If' 4 TCRRrrOftY" SXYVICW ,JANUARY Elk. major assignment was the Penn- placed five men on the 1956 FLORIDA STAR

1 Butlers game which,was held in All-Midwestern-team. The five
All the Good' Picture, at Palestra.He are Leon Jamison, Jr.;,Char
I.r Big, the famed.Pennsylvania- men IN EVBtY ..
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is a .tl 9 Ft THE ftQAf&A STAR Saturday, .Jaaaery.3,. ..1J7yoChips

: : Off The Blocks 3 Ltcil "(Lies It Holiness MissionaryUnion

Al Fral Meet Slates MeetingThe

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Any ihoughis that we lived in a land of, sunshine and ocean A delegation of three membersof will meet Sunday, January 6, at 11

breezes were crudely dispelled when.the North wind and Jack Frost the Theta Phi Chapter of the 3 p. m. in the First Born Temple,
return visit this week. Brothers and sisters ifs cold outside. *
paid a 825 West Monroe Street.
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.
What makes It so bad Is that It Is just January and we hara another : ;, from Jacksonville attended the Mrs. Ada Roberts will preside. *

.month under the shadow Icicles. Forty-Third Grand Conclave held Mrs. Dorothy Blakely and Mrs. *

The new year really came in with a bang. On the gridiron front December 27-30 on the campus of Emma. McClendon will be the

tan aces shone all around the globe. The length and breadth of the x ixt Morgan State College in Balti- speakers for the ,_*y. *

nation wherever "Aunt Haggar's Chill n" gathered, they sat back more, Maryland. All missionaries are invited to *

and smiled as Jimmy Brown: of Syracuse, Collins Haigler of Iowa Representing Jacksonville and attend. Elder A. Hill is the pastor

and others corvorted..Only on the civil rights front in the deep South z4 1' the local Ques at the three-day and Mrs, Jessie M. Scott is the *

was the picture dark. In'the sovereign state of Alabama and our own .. fraternal confab were Rodell F. reporter.. _. k
state of Florida the rule of the mob and voices of hate took command. Roberts Basileus; D. W. Perkins, --

,. He would think that a few men would dare challenge the law of the Legal Counselor and William signed to entertain the more than

land, but they did. "Bill" Adams, SocialCommittee 2000 Omega men.and their guest

Jaxons welcomed the new year in with the usual parties and the Chairman. while in Baltimore. *

like. At the Shamrock or by its proper name the Eldorado, a New fyWSJ.h'.rfr 'KviKp'Sk The group motored up to the The Baltimore Quettes, auxil-
Year's Eve barn dance was held. Johnny Howard held open house k4n1M tivri?Aon.rr ..:: conclave and were accompaniedby iary to the Omegas, presented \

and had several nice parties, at the Richmond Hotel Dining Room. SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT RETURNS Bessie Washington Mrs. Mary F. Roberts, Mrs. several luncheons, programs and
Solomon Revis entertained a few friends and they all saw the year manager of Champion Cleaners. Church and Lee Streets shows Edna Adams and Master Lamont skits as a means of entertainingtheir Jv

out in good fashion. Members of the younger set had a ball on New James Henderson. 56 award winner a picture of himself on Cham Karlton Roberts, all of whom visiting sisters while the

Year's night when they jumped to the music//the FAMU Collegiansat pion's Scholarship Calendar. Henderson a student at Morehouse were well entertained by the Bal- men were attending to their .conclave A tip of tat Pepsi Can totnes
the Armory. The holiday appearance of he Collegians has be; College in Atlanta. George p k 1 a visit lathe establishment duringthe timore:Ques and Quettes. business. *i'. oaUtaaolac 7uacM

, come a sort of tradition. holiday season. Highlighting the conclave activities Attorney D. W. Perkins : Amtrlcaju. who -VI e.or'country
Captain Evont Bowens and family are in town. New Year's Eve were the presentation of Appointed to National Post ? a better paeelD and our whist eoumvetty to Un.

Evont and his own gang including "Whip" Lowery, "Hump" Mc- Registration Set BLAKELEY BAKER several outstanding speakers, who Attorney D. W. Perkins, Legal .
Intosh, James Williams, Robert Mungin and Bobby McDonald, who'sdown discussed many of the'pertinent Counselor for Theta Phi Chapterwas
from New York with his frau, brought the year in and sent TAKE MARITAL VOWSMiss issues confronting the American recommended at the Grand * *

the old year out. You can judge the happenings from the fact Mungen For Nursing Class people tOOay.Spearheading. Conclave to serve on the National *

missed his train the next night. Bobby's wife is Captain McDonald, Gwendolyn' Ethel Blakeley the list of well-. Social Action Committee of the ,
Army Nurse Corp. When you meet that family it's Captain McDonaldand versed and highly qualified speakers *
Persons interested in enteringthe became the bride of Mr. Japhus fraternity. The recommendationwas
McDonald. Of Bobby is no longer on active duty. 'I was Dr. James Nabrit, well
Captain course February practical nursing Wyatt Baker in an impressive made by Vice Grand Basileus *
known educator and lawyer who
. The Tropicanna was crowded with merry-makers. They were too class at the Duval County Voca- ceremony performed Dec. 23 in Joseph T. Brooks, Sr., who servesas 1,
discussed "The Northern View-
numerous to name. There was only one thing to mar the evening. tional School may register Tues- Bethel Baptist Institutional : Assistant to the President of :
point of Integration"; and Attor-
Some prankster threw a firecracker In the midst of a party. A well- day, January 8 at the school, 521 Church, in the presence of rela- the Alabama State Teachers College
Fred from
Gray Montgomery, ,
known young lady was slightly _scratched and scared by the missile. W. Ashley Street. A 12-month tives and close friends of the cou- Alabama ney discussed "The Southern in Montgomery. *

Some people never grow up. course being offered is approvedby ple. The-vow*were spoken at 3:00p. Viewpoint on Integration." 1 I.

With all the gaiety a note of tragedy crept into the holiday scene. the Florida State Bureau of m. with the Rev.Mr. Robert H. Other featured speakers included '

Mrs. Mae L. Kennedy, the well-known and beloved ,social worker, N Registration. and Nursing Wilson, pastor. 'of, Bethel, offici : Bishop Edgar A. Love t, Dr. IMpWatid [

died Tuesday morning from burns suffered, Sunday morning. She was Education and is sponsored by the ating. Oscar J. Cooper and Frank Coleman -

known for her work with the Tuberculosis Association and was'one I Duval County Board of Public In- The ,bride'was given in marriage founders of the Omega Psi MAID 6 days. Health card. 9:30 .

of the pioneer Negro social workers. I struction. by her brother-in-law, Mr. Phi Fraternity, who were honoredby to 7 p. m. $18 wk. and meals. *

Dewey Smith, Jr., son of the popular Tropicana manager, was : The course has been set up to EdwinH.. Lawson, and Leroy a traditional Founders Ban- Mrs. Lucas. 1243 Boulevard. Ph. PRINCE J. *

injured in a crack-up on the New Berlin Road Wednesday morning. I assist in meeting the ever increasing Baker, Jr, was best man. quet in the Baltimore Armory. EL 38005. James McINTOSII.Weldon Johnson JR.

Bobby Chatman, former Tropicanna bar attendant narrowly escaped -I need for well trained Serving'as matron of honor and Social activities included forma Junior High School *
injury. :practical nurses. In addition to bridesmaid, respectively, were dances galore; the Omega Madi- I MAID -Age 2530. Reliable. References 'treat Pepsi-Cola pride dealers in: saluting take *
:providing .an opportunity for Mrs. Joyce Lawson, sister of the health card. 5Vz days. Prince J. McIntosh. Jr.,
Gras and other affairs de-
While the rest of the nation awaited the Sugar Ray-Fullmer fight, many honor student and member
some Jaxons took it upon themselves to stage their own battles. Seth I service it.also affords adequate bride, .'and Miss Margaret Baker, 9 to 6 p. m. $20 and carfare.Mrs. of the 9-9 homeroom. *
!compensation. sister of the I Sam Price 5414 Play Way. Ph. Prince is chaplain of his I
Darby continued his "bout a month" pace by engaging Henry George homeroom. co-captain of *
I Requirements for the course are For her wedding Miss Blakeley Card Of ThanksThe RA 42624. the band and chairman of
Wade in fisticuffs. Arthur "Peas" Simmons was referee and it almost the Hoard of Review of *
as follows: Age-19 to 45 years; chose a full length,. bouffant gown the Student Council. I
became a triangular affair..Peas is still celebrating the new year. family of the late Mrs.
education of the 10th of white" with MAID Care child light .
completion : nylolrover'satin: a young *
A. C. Elebre take this ,methodto
Albert Jones. the church publisher had the distinction -I
newspaper grade or above from an accredited nylon lace bodice and fingertip housework. 5Va days. $18 week.
of being the first combatant to enter the "Country Club Ring. high school and must be veri- length sleeves. The veil of sheer express their thanks to the Phone PO 49832. ** * I
He presented Curtis Taylor with his first officiating job of 1957 many friends for their kind
fied by .a transcript'sent to the illusion was secured to .a headdress *
when he challenged Jimmy Melon. Order was restored when Jones deeds and consoling words of
Duval County Vocational School of pearls. The bridal boquetwas }
sympathy to them during their *
rendered "hors de combat.
was birth certificate made of tube and Rees For Ret
not the student; ; roses hours of grief and sorrow. You .
Friends of Freddy Brown, the Buick salesman. are telling hire good physical and mental.health; orchids., *
helped to lighten our burdens.
that he had better get eyes in the back of his head. Seems that he character,references; an admissiontest Palms, basquets of gladioli and Signed: Mrs. Jennie Harris Room for quiet sober couple. Can *

needs to see who comes up behind him. must be passed; a laboratoryfee pompons decorated the Lawsons' Mrs. Mildred Rhodes and Mr. be seen Sat. at noon at 5504 t

John and Celestine Washington, Mrs-Dan Joyner and Lewis "Cap of $5.00 per month is charged home, which was the scene_of the Mozell Elebre. Mays Drire. Floradale 1 block *
Daddy" Cobb were on the early set at the Tropicanna New Year'seve during the clinical period; 'students reception which followed immedi- off 45th St. Mr. Wright. *

The boys on the blocks are talking about how pretty the must provide their own uni- ately after the ceremony.Mrs. ,
Rose Bowl Parade was on the color TV set in Manuel's Wednesday forms books, room and board, .. Baker: is the granddaughter Y

morning. 'Twas a sight to'behold. transportation, etc. Applicants are of the late, Mrs. Douglas An- *

Ernest "Inky" Wilson spent the holidays drilling his Duval Coun- to come prepared to order a text derson., Beautiful GardensWinner

,ty Vocational School cagers. The trade school quintet will open the book which costs $4.50. Mr. Baker is the son of Mr. Magnolia :; >ii;
season Tuesday nite against Bunche High of Woodbine, Georgia. All Records are not to be sent to and Mrs. Leroy Baker, Sr. : .; ;t ,

home games will be played on the Vocational School court. The the Vocational'School until they The bride is'a graduate of Mat- Oi National Real Estate Award MARIE CSLNKLEY

school is Old Stanton on Broad and Ashley. The girls will play the are requested.All registration.materials thew W. Gilbert High School and For Finest Negro Housing James Junior Weldon High Johnson School
preliminary game. will be furnished by the she attended Tuskegee' Institute Marie Is hailed for the
school. and Edward Waters College. I v \ many extra-curricular ac-
Sgt. Silas Levine is in town and is still dazzling all when he tivities In which she par-
Persons who qualified for the The groom is a graduate of ticipates. She is an honor
rides thru the blocks in his "Kitty" John D. Jenkins is carryinga student president of the
set of rings around. Looks like he intends to put someone on "ice." September class and did not enter Stanton Vocational School. 9-11 class a dance member of
the creative
J. D. says he intends to come in out of the rain. may enter the February class and L member of the glee croup.club.
are being asked 'report.Further W a majorette and member ,
It is still being denied but rumors persist that the Two-Spot has of the student council.
information may be ob- *
Airline Hires
been sold. "De" say hat a well known white Southside business man ,
tained at the time of registration.
bought the place. "De"' also say that it will be closed down for a I.
Applicants are to report at 8:30:
month and a new policy started when they reopen. Now "De" say Negro PilotNEW :hr i Yy.9
a. m. *
that the furniture from the cabins has been moved to the Blue

Chip Hotel as more proof for -x>ereN story. We don't know, but "De"is .1 *

still saying and usually "De" knows what "Dere" talking about.. Police Recover YORK Perry Young, *
37, of 1450 Union Ave. Brooklyn, .f,
If'the rumors are so, we only hope that a better policy for hand- l
ling formal dances will be formulated. It appears as tho the help EWG became the lint Negro crewman *

... was always ready to "hook" guests at 'the formal affairs in one wayor 'Typewriter hired by ,an American scheduled *
another. airline according to an announcement ,
Police recovered one of two by New York Airways, the Per Month *
Friends of Lt (jg) Herb Boyd, formerly assigned to the Lake
typewriters reported stolen from city's helicopterservice..
Champlain in Mayport wished him "bon voyage" Wednesday night. 49.00 and u P if
Edward Waters College_in a pawnshop Young, who has flown more $
Ken Knight and I stopped by'and looked in on one of the town's where it was reportedly careried than 7,000 ,commercial flying VA & FHA Financing 9rrrJ yr *

newest spots. "Sapps Hiway Rendezvous" will have its grand opening by Robert Davis, 21, of 1465 hours ia the Caribbean, taught .4' '
,is located in Dinsmore U. S. No. 1 New *
next week. The place on ,
W. State Street, an escaped. con- flying at the ..Air Force Training
Road and features and dancing. The folk who Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete
Kings dining same vict from city prison. School at Tuskegee, Ala.. during ..JNV7. *
operate Sapps Restaurant on Davis Street own and operate the new Davis was arrested by Det., SgtM. World War IL, His total flying

.enterprise. i R. Shank and placed in jail on time includes more than 200 hoursin Block & Brick Tile BathroomOwn WOODROW IIUGUES ifif
Speaking of Davis Street businesses, .hard luck struck Lockett's a charge, of -larceny of a type! helicopter.The New''Staaton Senior
Jewelry Store. A thief broke the window and helped himself. Prize writer."No bond has been set for' airline laid it hired Perryas High SchoolPepsiCola if

question is "where wuz de law?" Frankly the town is too big for Davis. s a pilot 'He was scheduled to dealers pay
of color. We need road in Davis Your Own Dream House Payments tribute to Woodrow .for ifif
25 cops twenty-five more plus patrolmen was sentenced to 30 daysat report for work Monday to undergo '
!his scholastic achievement.He
the Moncrief area past the city limits. the prison farm in Novemberfor training preparatory to assign- Actually Lees Than You Pay in Bent is an honor student,

Lieut. Russell White, brother of Walter White Stanton High instructor vagrancy.. He still owes the ment to regular. passenger. flights and a member of the Glee
. came in for the holidays and spent them in the NAS Hospital. city 2d days of that sentence. .Feb. 1. w' 0 Club. His hobby is creative f' ,

Lieut. White has a mild strep infection. He is kicking on all eight. FEATURES. dancing. I

now. If you missed Betty Wilson on the scene it is because she had '
1. Sanitary Sewage System * .
same'Barbara THE SEAFOOD CENTERCORNER 2. County Approved Paved Roads
Robinson Faye Hair Helmes and Carolyn Washington '4 !
3. Close To Schools
welcomed in the new year'in a most intellectual manner. They were OF MYRTLE AVE. & SHAD ROE- Congratulations from Pepsi i
playing scrabble.The 4. School and City Buses Cola to these three Merit \,

word around the blocks.is ,that the lid goes on this week. ROE SHAD ...... .. ...................................:............ lb.. 39c 5. Carports with Concrete Driveways Award winners!
Many Jaxons seem to think that it will be only for a short while, but Chicken of the Sea 6. Ample Kitchen Cabinets and :II listen to Pepsi Merit; Award ;

;. only time will tell. We know for sure.that most of the sharp boys are SPECKLED TROUT .............._;.......*./.<.-......... lb. 49c Closet Space.. TEEN.salutations IME.on WRHC.Pepsi uooon Cola :;

planning to .vacation for a while and let things cooL Those in the RED CHANNEL BASS ......,..;_,...::.._....:..,....... lb. 20c your dial. Saturdays i
know insist that more than a "cooling off period" is needed. They Fine for BakingBEACH ,,; Only a Limited Number LeftCOME 10:4 to 11:45 A.M. ;:

say that the new man means what he says. WHITING .................:_uH. .,3.u....... lb. 35c '1

In some corners, politicians are grinning broader than a brace of BULL, WHITING ....... .........i,.: ;...;.jgtttes.' ..... lb. 25c OUT NOW TO c
,. Chesire Kittens. Their "men" take office next week. Wise old rail SPANISH- MACKEREL: ....-..\"'"-V: \ -gjjft;" Ib. 35c

they .were not for the winners but were rather "against" the losers. LARGE SILVER DRUM .;..,. ::JHSStoS. ::'..! Ib- 25c .. .'iBjriveaesi Gtrp.24T ,.
birds let the air out of the Chesire Cats when, tell them that .M 98c .
they STANDARD OYi1utSi.: ....:........ pt ,
The old adage is that if you gamble long enough you are bound to For a Body Bai4ta Stew .' f
get a good hand. -- FRESH WATER CATFISH ...... ;::k.lr". ::;*... lb. 49c W rt Edq. Med fc*a K 5414 I
Ken Knight is hustling and,bustling getting ready'for his "Sweet KING FISH STEAKS ..._.............;.,:.................. Ib. 49c I
Chariot" anniversary. He promises that it will be bigger and .better Long a local Favorite for Baking ..-; -7. FREE TELEVISION!H! II

this year. He is rounding up some of the town's top talent FLORIDA LOBSTER ................_. ....__..j..4."...... Ib. 49c r I
In the music world if you call H music"Hock and Boll"will have Produced Off the f Ia. Keys .* :- '*t- WIN A TELEVISION SET i

its day at the Roosevelt next week.Richard McKitIck U falling" all LARGE SHRIMP, ........?.........".. :,;.?..;...:.v...,!. lb. 7Sc \

that the full length film playing &*..Asloley Street play house is SALT MACKEREL FILLET u.:...:.:..__.....*,..-._: lb. 49c Come Out and Inspect the Model Homeat I

real gone. Co-featured oa.the bill faf a good flick called The' Jfaked SALT HERRING .. .< .... ..._..:..._.........*,-;.. ....... Ib. 45c Magnolia Gardens January 12th and 13th Pepsi Cola I
Hills." If you missed Daaay Kayela the -Court Jester" the ROOM- In 2... packages Only Dealers! ,
Each Person the Model Home
velt. don't fail to see M at the Drive-In. Also try to see The Toy CRABS .......,.. ................?.........;...._...........: 1b. 45c. Visiting I. JackseavilbRefresh Ii
Tiger" a delightful comedy as McKmick; puts It. By the way watch Will Receive a, Ticket Which i

for the opening of the Moncrief Dri .-1D. We hear that a real topflight THE SEAFOOD CENTER Will Win ior Some# Lucky. PersonA
movie will be on*the first btU.

Start the new year right by helping the' Urban League and regis- Myrtle, Are, and Adams ,- Phi 'EL 4-1468 TELEVISION SET AS A DOOR PRIZE without sonar have a Pepsi! I
tering. The books are pen. See you next brace of sevens.




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