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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
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Jacksonville Fla
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January 12, 1957
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"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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,-Don't Miss Th*.. Features: "Your aHoroscope.. .Politics As Usual"f J ;




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League Pleads For Aid.. tUrban D:

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Rejects f Bus Seating n ".

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Bus Boycott Leaders Grand Masons' Attorney I 1 sf.1 Ary

Vow To Ride "Up Front"TALLAHASSEE Asks Dismissal Of Suit _jJy.

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Negro leaders this week stated emphaticallythey : '
Attorneys for grand officers of the Florida Masons filed a motion .
will not observe this city's new bus seat assignment law as
for dismissal of suit Masonic ? : x.:
a brought by a ,faction seeking a court i
directors of the Negro Inter Civic Council denounced the plan as"an
order for an account 01"the frate nat order's funds which is said to It: .ii...,
"iniquitous scheme" to delay integration be about $200,000.! 1 ;'
The plan was enacted by City 4 -r .:
I The plaintiffs, wno are masters' "
Commission last Monday to preserve Council directors handed out by of subordinate lodges are: John!
the income financial
segregation Tallahassee the.: Rev. C. K. Steele said "The expenses or '
nie H. Goodson, _
Washington] :
status of the Grand Lodge. -J
buses. Under it drivers assign is' 1 -
: may plan merely a delaying tactic to
Lodge No. 386; A. J. Collins, Col.: .'According to the Crusaders ,
riders to specific seats. evade. the spirit and letter of the lins Lodge No-.602Jessie Lan
The maximum penalty forfailing Ur S.:Supreme Court decisions."It _lea,14;Henry FMaster. ,
Temple Lodge: -No. 340;; EdwinE7
instead of turning the overto
to comply is a $500 fine or is ,equally clear that the White, Fogis Lodge No. '25; and the mpney ORGANIZATION AID SOUGHT Representatives from various organization who heard Juntas
treasurer to be
60 days ,in jail. enforcement of any segregation lL Y. Brown, Harmony LodgeNo. the .. of depositedto Bowman.executive: secretary pf the Jacksonville Urban League make a plea,to clubs and. organisa .
account. the Masonic
A statement of Inter Civic law amounts .to a wilful deprivation 1.Named. Benefit lions to make the Urban League's Fund drive project for 1957'are seen above. From left are J. Bowman
of constitutional rights anda deposited It .'Samuel Harper Mils J. V. Monroe, Mrs. Alpha Hayes Moore Miss G. C. Johnson. Mrs. E. R. Freeman
as defendants with into an unknown :to.. the
crime against the-United States. account : Mrs. B. W. Coleman Mrs. L. E. Morris and James Genwrighx. at desk.
Grand Master Henry are: R. R. plaintiffs.

News Capsules "We cannot' and will not subscribe .Williams, Sr., Deputy Grand Master -

-. to this iniquitous, scheme, ; Attrus .Fleming, Grand Senior Matthew Gilbert
INTEGRATION LEADER nor anything less than full compliance I Warden; P. A. Mitchell Grand Ft. George Man Faces -

QUALIFIES FOR ELECTION with the Supreme Court's Secretary; and A. Carey Gibbs. Murder Trial Held Gels Bomb ScareThe

TALLAHASSEE The Her. decision, for to do so would makeus D W. Perkins who is Grand

K S. DuPont qualified last weekas parties to the violation" of the Attorney for the Masons is representing In Death Of Girl Trial For Alleged Rape

a candidate for city commit laws of the United States. ;; the ;Grand Officials.The Eastside's Matthew W. Gilbert -

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sion in next. month's municipal There will be basis for testing faction known as the "Cru- r High School last Wednesday

election. the new seating plan until Gov.LeRoy saders" charge that the officers of Grant Bowens, 30, went on trial became the latest victim of the A Fort George man, 23-year-old Willie Home, Jr., was charged
Collins orders a resump- Monday morning Jan. 7 charged bomb hoaxes which have been
the grand lodge hare been holding Monday with allegedly raping a 48-year-old Springfield woman, described -
VANDALSATTACK, LOCAL tion of bus service in Tallahassee. office unlawfully and illegally in with the first degree murder of a plagueing school principals in recent as a mother who was out driving with a male companion late

SCHOOLJACKSONVILLE Meantime Collins has said he view of the fact that a state 16-year-old girl. days. Monday nighLKlansmen

Vandals has not made up his mind as to charter provides that all elective Bowens who lived at 1109 Principal Charles F. James said Home was arrested about 2:30,

did damage to a brick and cement when he will"'order resumption of officers shall be elected by written Logan Street, was jailed in September that last Wednesday about 12:30 some four hours after the alleged

fence at an elementary school located service. v ballot. charged with ,the fatal his secretary received a call for Stage ParadeIn assault when road patrolmen stop-

at 1057 W. First Street. Police The group charges that from shooting of Pearlie Mr.e Bowden him which turned out to be a call Railroad TerminalSeveral ped the car in which Home and

reported that the culprits usedan 1950 ,no written ballot was cast 16, at720 Everson St. on Sept 28. er who advised him that a bomb the; woman were riding.

axe or hammer to knock downa Urban League Enters for any office despite the objections According ,to police records, had been placed in the school the Jessie Fault, 335 E.First St. the

brick and cement fence at the of the plaintiffs.The Bowens threatened to.kill the girl night before. eye-witnesses reported woman's companion told officershe

school,. located at 1057 West 1st Final Phase" Of Drive declares that it can shortly before. she was shot. He The prankster told the princi seeing a group of hooded Klansmen was driving along Heckscher
Street group surrendered to that the bomb off march, the Jacksonville
police two days pal tfould.go through about 10 p. m. when a car approached
show that "the grand lodge has
r subordinate after the shooting claiming it was any minute and that he should railroad station last Saturday from the rear and drew

MINISTERS HOLD The City-Wide Committee of approximately 225 accidental.The get; the students out of the build- night his attention by blinking its lights.
lodges consisting 19,000 members
INTEGRATED LUNCHEON the Jacksonville Urban League is in From each case was prosecuted by ing "right away." Persons who saw the parade Fault said the driver told him
good standing.
ORLANDO White and Negro making plans for the final phaseof member and for each from Asst State Attorney Richard C., James said he stalled for timein said the men were not masked. he was having trouble with a flat

ministers lunched together here the drive, which ends Tuesday, and year Gordie of Green Cove Springs hope of getting the call traced They said the white-robed men tire and asked for help. When
1950 to including 1956 the
during the past week in what was :January 15, 1957. grand lodge has received '$1.00as and Lloyd A. Bass served as de- but the caller hung up before the inspected both the waiting rooms Fault left the car deputies said

the first of a series of planned A radio request and call program and for-head tax and ,$2.00'as fense counseL plan could be accomplished. He which prior to late 1956 were Home struck him twice with a lug
monthly meetings to discuss vital is planned for Monday Jan. then called the School Superint designated, with "white" and wrench.
The tried
and for St. John's Day tax. case was before Cir-
problems.The 14, with 'Ken Knight, local disc cuit Judge A. D. McNeil, who endent's office and advised him of "colored" signs, but have been ab- Investigating deputies H. L.

Rt Rev. Henry I. Louttit, j jockey, conducting the program.Another The Grand Lodge has received entered an order declaring a mis- the threat On the Superintendent's sent since late last year. Sands and W. C. Moseley said the
South Florida project will be an swiss*of money as and for .dispensations advice the students Some said
the :
bishop of Epb exjen trial when one of the jurors became were or- eyewitnesses they woman tried to run away, but was
copal Diocese; was principal sive door-to-door canvassing of ,registration fees, sales ill after Asst. State Attorney dered out of the building and the "believed" they recognized at caught by the alleged attacker
for the luncheon. neighborhoods.Dr. of dues books stationery print- removal carried out in least marcher of the
speaker Richard C. Gordie h a d offered was an one as one who they said forced her to get
'S. James H. Lewis, chairman ing supplies, installation fees, spe- orderly fashion without excitement men who works in a supervisoryor into his car. -
preliminary testimony.
NEGRO SECOND TRAFFIC of the drive announced that all cial sums for salaries etc the or panic. official capacity at the terminal He supposedly drove her to a

VICTIMJACKSONVILLE persons' .and organizations with I total amount of which is un- station, but added they could not wooded area near Dames Point

Willie outstanding reports are urged ,to! known to plaintiffs.The be positive. and assaulted her several times,

Meek, of RU 9, Pickettville was make theirteports before the end Grand Lodge also owns Man Hit In Head Jax Woman 26 the officers reported.The .

killed during the past week be- of the drive.A II real property in Jacksonville' Du- woman sustained bruises

coming the second traffic fatalityof special meeting was held I val County, Florida, one parcelof With Aulo Crank Swallows Bleach WHITE MAN JAILED and shock but apparently was not

the year. Wednesday night when a special which is known as the Masonic FOR "RAPE ATTEMPT"ON injured seriously.Moseley .

The accident occurred on U. s. appeal was made to social, civic Temple located at the corner and Sands, continuingthe

Highway No. 1, north of Jacksonville and church organizations'to spon- of Broad and Duval Streets, Jacksonville A fight which occurred near Hattie Small, 26, 965 W. Union NEGRO TEEN-AGER investigation later said the .
sor projects for the benefit of the Florida and from such suffered severe pains in the stom- Negro admitted assaulting the wo
1468 Florida Ave. resulted in one
I > Jacksonville Urban: 'League.James real property the Grand Lodge ach when she .drank bleach. It .
carried to Duval Medical
man being STARKE. 23-year-old Brad-
MIAMI STARTS MIX Genwright, chairman of the retail'I enjoys a substantial income there- Center for. .treatment for a was. not learned whether it wasa ford County white man, James man.A preliminary hearing was

APPEAL # stores, division, was present and' from however, the'amount of said scalp wound when 'he was hit suicide attempt or accidental. Bryant, has been sentenced to 15 scheduled for Friday at 2:30 p. m. -
commission _made the appeal to the income for the 1950-1956 Frank Nixon reported the incident
The groups.
MIAMI city years over the head with a car crank. years in the state prison after I before Justice of the Peace Genevieve -
Monday authorized its legal aide Others attending included Mrs... inclusive is unknown to the plain- and jt was verified by Miss Medlock.Bomb .
Primus Turner pleading guilty to a charge of assault -
to take the first steps necessary to Alpha H.-Moore, Miss Gwendolyn tiffs but is believed to be somewhere 'a 50-year-old Small. Nixon reported to police .
with intent to 17-
appeal a federal court ruling out- Johnson, Mrs. Coleman who rep- between $10,000 and $20- man who lives at 1468 'Florida that he rushed the victim to Du- rape a
gut -
Ave. was the victim of a blow on val Medical Center to immediate year-old Negro Scare ReportedAt
E. secure -
lawing segregation on Miami'sbuses. resented the YW Wives Mrs. 000 per annumThe Grand Lodgeowns
the head with crank while he The victim complained to Sher-
R. Freeman, Samuel Harper who property commonly described attention for the young
in with iff Pete Reddish that Bryant came John E. Ford School
was engaged a fight a
commission instructed Atty. represented the local branch of as Sisco, comprised of 120 woman.
The to her home Sept. 1 to get her to
who is known as Rum Gary
of Car in Putnam The case was investigated by
George S. Okell to file an'answerto the Brotherhood Sleeping acres County,Fla.
do laundry for him and
a suit attacking the city's bus Porters, and Mrs.L.E.Morris wto The Grand Lodge also owns according to police reports. Patrolmen J. Doe and F. Mack. some automobile and LATE FLASH '
segregation laws. represented the Fellowship Club.Contributions mortgages and bonds which is believed Turner was taken to the hospital The bleach drinking occurred on stopped his A police department switchboard :
the to
"After filing the answer,"'Okell may be mailed to be valued at $50,000.The in a cab where he was treat- Jan. 2. her on way operator reported Friday

said, "the city can' then decide directly to Jacksonville Urban group declared that CareyA. ed and released. Sgt..J. H. Miller home. I morning that a teenage caller

whether to take an appeal to the League, 109 E. Union Street, or Gibbs, Grand Treasurer, and investigated the fight and filed- I said a bomb would discharge at

U. S. Court of Appeals if the picked up by an Urban League former AME Bishop of Florida the report. r HELP HELP :John E. Ford School on the Westside -

judge declares the ordinances un- representative. by ,calling EL I did not keep or maintain any record The fight occurred on the first THE URBAN LEAGUE THE URBAN LEAGUE I at noon.Up to 1 p. m.nothing

constitutional. 6-4292. books or accounts showing: of the new year. ', FINANCIAL DRIVE: FINANCIAL DRIVE ,happened. ,

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.;.,.; Mailing Address: : ''._ BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
'':-. P. O. Box 561 JeciuoBvili" 1, Florida :'. ..., pt,. ....F"j
-'423 ,Broad Street Jacksonville, Florida Phone ELghi 4-3773 01 ANTI-B1AS COMMITTEE ASKS, THAT .
Eric '0. Simpson ....,....-......._._-_. ........--........_..... ...... Editor 5. (r;.'>"..1.' ..: .'
loata Guiayard _..........._........_.____.... Manaaing Editor \ : i. ( :-, ,.JI','" .,. WASHINGTON. D. C. The complaInt process: one of the
C. Parham JohasonAlframae .,-.._..._._____.....____. News StaffCirculatioa : T. :: $'?' J method*.by which the President's Committee on Government Con-
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RIehardwm _---;.. -; ---- Dept. .' :. ,. tracts works toward the elimination of racial and religious discrimination -
t :
Member of Associated Negro Press / 1 in employment en Government contracts. 'cannot be fully

e cE effective unless the complaints are carefully prepared and documented I
the Committee pointed out last week.
One Year $5.00; Half Year $3.00; Three Months $1.80 \ "
Mailed, To You, Anywhere In the United States. ; i I The Committee -" (
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':' FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA t 'i I cruitment or recruitment adver-
y hS ti4f : by President -| tising, in upgrading or promotion,

1 Eisenhower in raises of pay or other forms of

Race Relations in ike 'Untied States I : .1 ,i in August compensation, including vacations,

1953. He ;; medical care or other benefits, in
'. .rs.srrr named Vice f I selection for training, including

BY BOY WILKINS ,. President Rich-i j' apprenticeship, or for demotion,
Executive Secretary, National Association ard Chairman Nixon and'Secretary transfer, layoff or termination.

for the Advancement of Colored People I l't of The complaint also should pro-
vide specific evidence
i j-The continuing progress of, racial desegregation despite \ Labor James P. supportingthe
hardcore resistance in some Southern states was the notable Mitchell as ViceC'haIrina names
? 'm:;.. of persons involved, the date and
development: on the race relations front in 1956. ''+, y. ;p. 'n. actual place in the factory or

>Highlighting this process and directly related to it were : : Other members Simpson plant where the discriminationwas

four other outstanding events of the year: (a) the dramaticand r 'KKI -4. represent Government agenciesand evident and the fullest pos-

effective mass protest against segregated seating in,busesin n. : .. the public. sible description of all the circumstances -

Montgomery, Ala.; (b) the efforts of certain Southern JP TheCommittee reported that of the'case.
states to ban or cripple the activities of the National Association :, many of the complaints it has received
When the
for the Advancement of Colored People by means of spe- 1 '.' ..... in the past year have not a well-prepared Committee complaint receives it first

cial state laws and court injunctions; (c) the return in signifi ,.J been carefully enough preparedfor determines which Government
cant numbers of Negro voters to the Republican party in the ,f..1 it to act upon them. In these
agency has a contract with the
presidential election; and (d) the restudy. and reevaluation of :- '!.?' 1 circumstances the Committee accused contractor. The complaintis

the.segregation issue in northern communities. ,,""' :' .: -.!:. said it.must ask the complainantto then
6 sent to that agency with a
. The desperate measures adopted during the year by "die v t .:;;. :'''. :4. : provide further information request that the entire matter be

hard" states to halt desegregation ate testimony to the prog- before any action can be taken. investigated and that a report be

ress being made and to the recognition that compliance with "Riding Again To Spread Their Idea 'of 'Justice" Complaints that consist merelyof made to the Committee.

the Supreme Court rulings,is inevitable.In a letter which states that a specific The Committee asks that the

1956 Negro Americans in,the'South"g gave further proof I f company is practicing dis- contracting agency make every

to that.revealed in 1954 and 1955 that they will not be intimi- ,., i aging signs for the Librans who crimination. not provide sufficient possible effort to correct the dis-

dated by economic reprisals, threats of violence, or violence feel the urge to express them basis on which the Com- criminatory situation at the time

itself. They stand firmly' today in their demand that they'be Your Weekly selves in creative and romantic mittee can request an investigation of the investigation, if one is

permitted to enjoy their citizenship rights in accordance with ways. Conditions on, the home or take effective action, a found to.exist. The Committeethen

the guarantees of the Constitution" -Horoscope Guide front ere also scheduled to become spokesman pointed out. reviews the investigative report -

The Montgomery protest dramatized this stand and the brighter with harmony and better The President's Committee docs and the report of any corrective -

Supreme Court opinion outlawing bus segregation won by understanding replacing previous not investigate complaints, but action taken to determine
NAACP attorneys made desegregation a, reality in that city. FOR negative indications. A certain asks the Government agency whether further action should be
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL amount of confusion and trickeryof whiche has a contract with the taken. it
Occasionally requests
On the other hand, large segments of the white population i
of the South have been intimidated and at..the present time do PABLO The ASTROLOGERARIES shady characters should be company involved to make the !further investigation by the con-
By avoided. Your behavior should be .
not dare to dissent in any degree 1 from the position taken by inquiries.A tracting agency or suggests steps
above reproach on this day to letter of
rabble-rousers reinforced by the politicians.. complaint may be the agency may take to insure
avoid becoming compromised. sent to the President's
One state, Virginia, has enacted a law denying freedomof _. I Results are what count. Certain Commit compliance by the contractor.
6- 5-60-17-72-606
its of of Bora-March 21 thru 19 influences close tee by any individual or organization The Committee reported that 1
speech through prohibition advocacy integration. April I may bring to a a
which has
Alabama, Louisiana and Texas have secured injunctions in Good advice should be taken. ,certain phase of your life, but i; knowledge of some of the most completely pre-
state courts which prevent the NAACP from holding meet- This period has pleasant consequences I there should be no tears shed over SCORPIO the failure of a Government contractor pared complaints it has received
: Born Oct 24 thru Nov. 22 to comply with the nondiscrimination have been filed behalf of individual
members funds for loved and it. 'Certain difficulties temptation on I
ings, soliciting collecting or conducting or- your ones and Self-assurance returns. Your clause in
of nature. all is welL But if. this : in- a contract workers by such organ-
ganized activity any yourself, may stand your way;
sign implies that should have
you but should be takento
care izations the Bureau Jewish
as on
These restrictions upon' constitutional liberties threaten period impels you to become reckless ;nevertheless, your life pattern is
done with the that have
ways make the complaint detailed
Problems the Na-
white Americans as well as Negroes and should receive atten- with money and behavior, .taking on some rather promising Employment ,
been purely negative and that you and specific the Committee said.
tional Association for the Ad-
tion from all citizens who wish America to remain free. apply' the brakes in a hurry. Ex- aspects. This could have a great
adopt a more forwardlookingprogram The letter should include the
Our feet, as a nation, have more than a trace of clay if cellent counsels or offers of assist- bearing'on your security prospects vancement of Colored People, and
of action. Discreet and address of
or name the
we hail the Hungarians >for fighting for freedom while we ance may come from your mate, for the future; Should you allow personsor the Urban League.
passively ignore the denial of freedom. Negro citizens.. public associates, prominent indi- yourself to be swayed by emotional behind-the-scenes the negotiations are persons against whom discrimination The Committee has printed a
ones most likely to bring is said to have been which describes the
The vote in the presidential election indicated,for all who ,viduals and friends due to powerful reactions .and illusionary about the results pamphlet
seek under
you and the name and addressof procedures for filing
care to see, that Negro citizens are losing patience with the and beneficial influences. appearances, reverses may bring these favorable indications. proper
Be the Government contractor or! under the Job
Equal Opportunity
dominance of the Southern wing over the Democratic party Throw aside all your personal objections frustration instead. Your mind, about issues -
wary injecting personal sub-contractor which is charged
and its insistence after that civil and along with what not heart should decide. program.
arrogant year year, no rights go your making premature revela- with discrimination. It should
shall be enacted the i soffered. 411331267245LEO
legislation by Congress.
tions, or embarking on the path state in detail the manner in .
voters tired of the filibuster-in the Senate and 140551874656TAURUS
Negro are illusion and confusion. Results which discrimination was
the rule which makes it possible. They disgusted with HELP
will in their time
come own good practiced; whether it was in re-
the manifesto through which Southern Congressmen and Born July 22 thru Aug. 23 so be patient. THE URBAN LEAGUE

Senators defied the Supreme Court ruling in the public school Born April 20 thru May 20 Spread your wings. This period 8-70-44-16-81-349 FINANCIAL DRIVE

segregation cases. They resent the efforts of certain Southern: Preparedness brings no regrets. should bring an end,to period of niques have any bearing in your

states, wholly controlled by Democrats,.to defy the Supreme i The time is drawing near when vexations and misunderstandings, SAGITTARIUS workaday activities. Any failureto

Court and to force Negro children to accept inferior education.At you can apply yourself*to the attainment especially if you have applied the Born Nor. 23 thru?"Dec. 21 recognize the sign of the times GETTING UP NIGHTS

the same time, by refusing to return completely to of a major goal. An full force. of your. personality and Hope lives eternal. This period bacause of'wishfulness or confus-
the Republicans, and by voting for liberal candidates of both urge counsels that you definitely persuasion toward- that- end.- stresses caution in all economic ion on your part would prove the If worried Up NJghU Or "Bladder or Bed Wetting Weikneu'too(Getting frequent --

parties for the Congress, Negro voters served notice that they makeup your mind and arrive ata Agreements and contracts shouldbe transactions, but it also may put main stumbling blocks to your Stronc, burolnf Smelting or Cloudy Itching Urine urination due) or to

expect 'the Republican administration to use its Federal sound formula that will facilitate signed,. sealed and delivered i an end to some of the upsets of progress. Weigh all issues care- common Kidney and Bladder 30 Irritation ,
try CYSTEX for quick nelp Tears UM
powers-to'protect their rights, and that' they expect the,Congress your tasks and progress. Past under these favorable auspices,; previous weeks. Friends may be fully. prove for young and old. Ask drag-
for CY tinder mOD*I.b&Ck guar
to adequate civil rights legislation.The evidence and allies hitched to 2 77 80-14 95 352 gut .
pass experiences. give ample your wagon. very vital in pressing your for- antee. See bow fast you Improve.Features
protection, of the right to vote is the No. 1 item on t;h a t self-confidence, research, An unexpected upset or trouble- tues ahead, so don't rebuff any of

the list for Congressional action. With this protection, Negro travel, ambition and hard work makers can stir up trouble in your them. In the event that you do,
and white citizens of the South could handle many of their are the major ingredients for a.. public and domestic environ.- inadvertently deliberately, your

problems at the local and state levels. successful way of life and all the' ments. sign indicates that you will be de-

The Negro has no,objection to the states' rights doctrineas rewards that ensue. All blessings '3-70-66-14-92498vmGO feating your own ends. Wishful I
long as he has a voice in the conduct of state business..Until have theidr problematic sides. thinking negative. .1L I

he secures such a voice, he will continue to seek Federal action Your sign indicates a frustration 7-700-99-19-75-63S r+ -

and in the North he will use his vote increasingly'' against a I in connection with an associate, Born Aug.,24 thru Sept. 23

system or a party that operates in such a way as to deny him competitor or someone who wields Start a new'chapter. Now that CAPRICORNBorn s

his rights. considerable influence. :' your,sign foreshadow$' an end or Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 0
5-30-22-16-85- -721 climax to a rather troubling episode Ride with opportunity. Where

you should write the word you have failed to get things going
Help Finish The Polio Fight GEMINI "Finis". and take a few days off under your own steam chance

Born May 21 thru June 21 to meditate over your coming may step in and offer it to you

Live today have faith in to-: course of action. This period pro- on a platter. Step into the shoesof
The fight against polio has not ended with the Salk vac- morrow. Your sign displays the' vides the highlights of this quar- success, even if they seem too

cine. With thousands already stricken and.still needing help, value of having, your financial' ter and suggests that you apply large for you to fill,at the mo
and millions as yet unvaccinated, there remain many vital accounts nicely balanced so as to i known or discovered talents to the ment. Time will bring-the essen-

polio-fighting programs to be carried Qn until victory is com- be free of the nervous tensions purpose of gaining your livelihoodas tial growth. Guard against the

plete.In that accompany monetary diffi well as purely for pleasure.The machinations of a self $tyled
1956, the first year in which the Salk polio vaccine was culties. The creative spirit, back- inability to make up your friend. A mistake of judgment is

put to widespread use, there was a heartening decline in polio ed by enterprise ana bold ways, mind and arrive at a decision at apt to become very costly then

incidence .". a drop of almost 50% from the previous year. should bring you the joy of ac- the proper moment would only and later.

However, there were 16,000 new cases in 1956, with a serious complishment, a rosier outlook for bring confusion and frustrations.. 4-30-55-12-89-63T
outbreak in Chicago where 1300 victims were claimed. Although the future and the means to 788701963121LIBRA

upwards of 44,000,000 people had received one or'more strengthen your security base. AQUARIUSBorn

shots of vaccine by the end of 1956, relatively few had re- This period should provide the incentive Jan. 20 thrue Feb. 18

ceived all three inoculations needed for maximum protection if any is needed, for you Born SepL 24 thru Oct. 23 Satisfy your curiosity. A closer I'I.wr
and millions upon millions of susceptible children and adults'i to call all your ingenuity into Personal warmth melts opposi- understanding with the one who __ ___ ;

had received no vaccine at alL The threat of infantile paralysis play.' tion.. As long, as you keep cool shares your interests may be in

therefore remains to a considerable degfee._ 266501379535CANCER under an impact of opposition, order so'as to extract mutual ben-
In 1957, in an effort to finish the polio fight, the National you have reason to hope for a efits. One of the first consedera- i

Foundation for Infantile Paralysis seeks a total of $46,900,000to betterment of your fortunes. This tions will have to do with the con- 1400 WRHC

carry out a three-fold program: (1) POLIO VACCINATION Born June 22 _thru July 22 period provides extremely encour- servation of joint resources. Be 1400'j'
for families who can't otherwise afford it; and to in- open to suggestions andc urious

form, educate and urge use of the Salk :vaccine, in an effortto : enough to check on offers' and KEN
bring about nationwide prevention. ((2)) AID TO POLIO GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 opportunities when they come.

VICTIMS for some 80,000 men, women and children, suffering u.. this ceepoe. Loom .ore ....t ,..nell.! "i..4 10 teats (... 4kne. What you: find could be just what :
the disabling aftermaths of polio.. In our enthusiasm !. cola) far each horoscope ordered by wail lackirf Mlf .U,....., need to get yourself startedon Presenting !
*...*.* anlo,.. Write .10"/ '". nit offer does eot epply to retUeariof you .
for the Salk vaccine, we must not forget them. The majorityare tfce tf. iaioa .. Ceaotfe. a new road to success. Takingthe KNIGHT TRAIN

on National Foundation assistance rolls, depending on ...... 'wrong attitude or doing noth- .
March of Dimes funds. Aid for all who need help, regardlessof 1 RAftLO, FLORIDA STA ASTROLOGER. 1 1f. ing to help yourself would defeat 8-9 P.M. 12 1 Nightly

age, race, creed or color, must continue. (3) RESEARCH o. lOX 5+

finished, research seeking new answers_ to problems of prevention .... I t

and rehabilitation must be carried on; as well as I ..., .", H,- -' "'P PISCES 9:30 to 10.30( Monday Thru Friday !'
training in the care of the disabled The 1957 March of Dimes aldrou -. ; .. ;'I ; : I .PISCES M: _....e.-K,-. _00__
appeal: "Help speed nationwide polio prevention. Remember .!< ; -I'. Born Feb. 19:thru.March 20 :'BLUES IN THE KNIGHT

those who can sever forget polio, .'and help them. Help I .. City I .'_. .:,.:-"" ; .. .'',. '-.: : ..,.*-., ..Slot. -. I Adjust yourself to change. The
fiabh the polio fight Join the 1957 March of Dimes. Send .... .. tbN d ys-ahead hold opportunities for 10SCt12 --- Monday Thru Saturday
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.Serardcr, Jonaaty 12, 1957 '
J ___ _.________ ._ THE FLOKJDA. STAR Pa4r'n,..

S'ciill'Jl'elltilt9 I r IMvenctfe And Guests At Scene Of Seasonal Entertainment

.. .._ .. ..
g l 4r 5"i' .t

1k'2: F d .. $ ".,..,. ..,"". .

Echoes are still being heard r'4 cS hw s -S'.".-" ,, ,,"-.".. .

from the 1956 Debutantes and the + ? "" ,,--. .

many social events held in' cone

nection with their formal present :
ation to society. %T
L'P -
4 ia9;: d:
LILLIENTHAL f v. }f ::::---:: =- _::

Miss Rosemary Lillienthal was 1 a Tra -,
guest of honor at an informal 'rf I tr
party held by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. ; d r d Sr+ ;

Wilderson in their West. Tenth ; i. :fuS4. 1CS '; ;v a ,a Y qap
Street home. yr :o>r .d.

Miss Lillienthal; received a per- yP

sonal gift from Mrs. Wilkerson. .
Guests included members of the : rj
k ;
v79 ,
Debutante Coterie and their 'escorts rr \
; Mr. and Mrs. George F.

Lillienthal, parents of the honoree aa' c

:, Miss Debris Johnson of

Washington, D. C.; Mrs. F. Davis 'r ? "'
and Mrs. F. Williams. y F \ ., :: e :

t a s.,

Another enjoyable affair of the

Christmas season-was the tea a n :rY
.. -- ... .. .. -- _""W' n_.___.___... .__.__...'_ "
sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. A E.
Henry honoring Miss Jacquelyn MR. AND MRS. H. JAMES GREENE HOSTS Members of the Kelvenetle Bridge Club and Top right photo reading from left to right: (seated) Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Davis. Raymond Miller I I

E. SmalL The event was held in their guests are seen in the lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. H. James Greene. 1539 W. 23rd Street where Mrs. Edward Barnes Mrs. Albert Brinkley Mrs. Raymond Miller Albert Brinkley. Mrs. Kant

the couple's lovely 18th St. home. they'gathered for their annual New Year's Eve party. Top left photo shows reading from left to Bonner: standing( ) Joe Purchase former Jaxon. teacher at Miss. Vocational school: Miss Gwendolyn

The receiving line consisted of right: (seated) Mr. and Mrs. DeVernon Nicks. Mrs.Matthew George. Mrs. Helen Bryant Robinson. H. SchelL Edward Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Prince Kelly Jamaica New York.

Mrs. A. E. Henry; Mrs. Lillian James Greene. Mrs. Arburn Loveiie. (Standing) Mr. and Mrs. Killis Bonner.. Matthew George. Mrs. Bottom right photo. reading from left to right: Albert M. Mackey Arburn Lovette background

Small, mother of the guest >of Joseph McCray and Joseph McCray. : Mrs. Albert M. Mackey and Mrs. H. Janus Greene standing.

honor and Miss Jacquelyn Small. !

Mesdames Charles Barnett,I Les Meres ClubHOLIDAY Raiford-Hunter Wed "
Edna Adams and Hazel Overstreet Bridge Marriage AnnouncedWhy

poured coffee and Mrs..' Mildred .
r -. __ I
SlatedMrs. : ;;a.if ==
e Jackson furnished music. Reception

Mrs. Lucile Pauline Jones, Mrs. :
Alene Tarver, Mrs. Julia Brooks, .: ':' ;: .. y' .
: ,
Simmie d
Mrs.. Pauline Johnson and Evelyn ir A t : Bradford Hunter 1 a h
became the bride Y
of Mr. Leroy R. (
Martin .ssisted in attending the.
iaiford in a quiet
I ceremony per-
guests. J Wo: 9 :. t
.a9a formed Dec. 31 1956. Z .
Members of the Debutante S d- !Y
f fh
Coterie and approximately 75 Mrs. Raiford is the daughter of i : I

guests attended the affair. 4L Mrs. Simmie B. James and Mr. ,
5.5 7 a
yti. < Richard Bradford, Sr., and the :T:;. !
MISS BARBARA JOYCE yq niece of Mrs. Willie Mae Robinsonand

REED, Mrs. Josephine Ginlock. She k
One of the final social events of is currently employed in the public

the season was a tea held in the school system as a teacher at JItvf :
A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA for
A. L. Lewis School, and is a member -
Miss Barbara Joyce Reed. The affair -i b $ 4y9 of First Baptist Church.Mr. :
was'sponsored Jointly by Mr.I ".

and Mrs. Emmet N. ReedL.parenis Raiford is presently em- :

jof the honoree. and Mr. and Mrs. ployed as a representative of the
Frank Courtney godparents. \ Afro-American Life Insurance Co. y E'''

The hosts were assisted by Mrs. M V He has served for many years as ?

Oliver Brown and Mrs. Charlie r I local music instructor, choir director :
Walker. v and organist and is a mem-
Guests included other membersof k : : / : ber of Bethel Baptist Church.An ; &

the Debutante Coterie. / i :
informal reception will beheld
Several of the debutantes left : 3j y1: e. .r $
on Sunday, February 10,
for school immediately after the :: 4
tea. from 4:00: to 6:00: p. m. at 1137 W.

S. .. : 13th St Friends of the couple are :' fie rtKy
..., '
MRS. FOY VISITS INDIANAMrs. .. invited to attend.
Evelyn Squires Foy of 791 ." '; }t
., .T.. : ; The couple will reside at 1150
the holidays -- .,, .. ?
N. Lincoln Court spent ..... ...
'f' :1" Street.
with relatives in Indiana- ; ''' Pippin
'Y' ? .. Sy :...
: ..
' polis, Ind. .. '1 -

j 'Y9t your
Walter L. Prit- ,
Mr. and Mrs. .
chett of Atlanta. Ga. were in

Jacksonville holidays.during- the Christmas \ say you're old and gray]

Mrs. Pritchett Is the former 4

Miss Bettye J. Donaldson daughter .

,of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. 4'; ; tr

Donaldson, Sr. _____ __ F': : ttMj
They were house guests of Mr. ; _I r
Gerald L. Alston 1665
and Mrs. __ .
Pearce Street Mrs. Alston is Mrs.

Pritchett's auntBREWSTER
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. Members of the Brewster Mothers ; ... 4
Club entertained their 9 .y _______V ___ : ,
Ndy Y r IJc, 2
friends in the Elks' Home recent- 1t4aA t
ly. A delicious turkey dinner was t
5. f ao r '.a. J..

The Moncrief Needlework Sewing .
t Circle was entertained at .

breakfast on Christmas morningin \.ygOt d{ ct1p. t ? : ;k
Ella > i'
the lovely home of Mrs. 5

I Watts, 1425 West 20th Street .. .r r t5 X4v' .c

Breakfast was served buffet style. .. .
a.a' ;
S tf
k'a 'YE. ya. 4 ry W/r'.. ov2
1 y:

Mrs.. Willie Ziegler White of r

Apalachicola and Tallahassee w

visited in Jacksonville during the .
holidays. She and her children \
r xW Look look lovelier I
were house guests of Mr. and younger .

Mrs. Peter S. Clayton, 1251 Kings. A: d tY' s ; av Webs*
\ I
Road. .. Yi Forgot those Mgray hair**'heartaches! models (lake the one shown here) ,

Codefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring can you'll be prouder of your hur when
I MRS.-ETTA LEE choose Codefroy's Larieuse! It's
assistant girt your hair young-looking, lovely-! you
Mrs. Etta L. Brooks, the famous brand in the red box, itI
color .
. looking right away gltndng
at the Wilder Park I
librarian known for its dependability for more ILA
lustrous color: that lasts and!lasts!
be the featured -
Branch Library, will than SO yean. Get it at your favorite I
speaker at New StantonSchool's And take a tip from professional cosmetic: counter: today
annual CalendarTea.
High 1...
She will review Pearl Buek's"Imperial
Woman." The event is

scheduled for January 27. a I I
EVENT- The Lei Meres Bridge Club entertained during the Christmas holidays in I II

the.Durkee Drive home of Mrs. Sylvia Barlley. Members of the club and guests are shown in the above J1i II I

Prosperity Club Sets photos as follows: I II

Sunday Meeting Top photo. reading from left to right: Mrs. Etta L. Brooks.Mrs. Frenchie Knight secretary (stand- 'r .

lDg);.Nn.Eu mce Rkhardseou guest: Mrs. Vivian Wssley. (standing): Mrs. Adelaide Jenkins. via presidents
District No. 13 of Second Baptist v
aad Mrs. Koziease Gray guest.
Church and the ProsperityClub i u

will meet Sunday Jan. 13, Center photo reading from left to right: Miss Laureita'E. Jenkins. Mrs. Paralee H. Davis guest ,

at 4:30 p. m, in the home of .Mr.and ( steading) Miss Marguerite Ellis. guest; Mrs. Evetya B. Wells.Mrs. Martha H. Culler guest;.Mrs. Fan. i = s74 I .S ,

Mrs. Jones, 717 Clay St. ale M. Simmoas. aDd MJS. Vera Davis guest.
JkD a')alr1hotcwtdy. 2. Apply Gc-delr9y' tod.us. ,. Aft f color has dwitcp.d.I .
Mr. Robert Givings.is the leader reading from left to right:-Mrs. 'Sylvester L. Bossard. guest;. Mrs. Beatrice B. t ale GoleFroi.L deM dill bandy oppfcator Induded shaippop holy."1s ana sit le.s
Mrs. Ollie A. Stewart is the Bottom phoio. Lucile Harper. treasurer Mrs. Sylvia Bartley. Mrs. Florence, J. DIxon. ....4 ::;t%i9... JtWf fvwrte[ styli.OOKPROY '
president, and Rev. Britt is Vat fttfMM.il M* MT LOUIB a, MO.
the pastor. pest: and-'Mrs.' Josephine Memre. gue .

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Pao1"four .J ;- .- THI..LDlUl1A STAR Saturday, January 12,1957

. '-: 'Laura Street Presbyterian Church Welcomes New Pastor I

Rev W. Miller I Omegas At 43rd Annual Grand Conclave I TAu Weefa gelighM )'ite44qe

Begins Pastorate ; "How God Forgives"BY

nnY Yyy'u

National Board Sec'y.to .K
;5 Gen. 13:12. "Abram dwelt in the land of Canaan. and Lot dweltin

Speak Sunday Night 1 the cities of the plain. and pitched his tent toward Sodom"

I Abram was called out of his homeland into a land that was not

The congregation of Laura St. ?7yn, fy.5 3 known to him. He took his possessions and Lot with him. They lived

Presbyterian Church, located on together near Bethel and a Herdman of Abram and Lot brought

the corner of State and Laura Sts., strife among themselves. Abram asked them to separate. Possessionwas

turned out en masse last Surfdayto promised to, Abram but he gave Lot the first choice, willing to

receive the Holy Communion take what was left. ..

and to welcome the new pastor, Lot pitched his tent toward Sodom.He -

the Rev. Wilbert B. Miller, and considered the fertility of the land,

his family.Mr. the moisture close at hand, and the con-

Miller,is a native of Miami, rr... vient market He was unfair unfilialone -
Fla., and received his education 4 .Yp \ grasping after wealth-selfishness

from Morehouse College and manifested in this one act. Each move

Gammon Theological Seminary, jIL brought him closer to Sodom, a city of
institutions located in Atlanta __ ____.........- ..'_'_.n.m.-.in.bik'e:4Y.._____ ___ __ ____ _
both wickedness. Sodom did not contain ten

Ga. Dr. Martin Luther King. Jr., left leader of the famed Montgomery. Ala,bus boycott was died as "Citizen of the Year. He shows righteous people, including Lot and his

He served as supply pastor at the handsome plaque to his ,wife Mrs. Core a Scott King who also appeared as guest soloist on the. fraternity's National Talent Demon family. He came closer to sin and sinful

the Presbyterian church in Atlanta -: stration: Mrs.. Tucker.and Herbert E. Tucker. Boston Mass.. grand besileus of the fraternity. environment. His eyes were on finance,

and in Newnan, Ga. : A featured social event the annual Mardi Gras; featured the crowning of the "Queen" right. Miss Connie Bessellieu. center. New like all today who leave church privi-

He comes to Laura Street direct i York City who was named to the high honor is flanked by her att.ndants.Miss Irene Brown left. Baltimore and on the right by Miss leges and sometimes their religion for financial -

\ from Palatka and St. Augustine I Jacqueline Long Danville Va. Grand Basileus Tucker who handled the crowning chores stands at far right. gain-unlike the Psalmist who

V where he served as pastor of the. said: "I was glad when they said unto me, "Let us go into the Houseof

\ Presbyterian churches in the two the Lord."

cities. Abram pitched his tent away from Sodom. He took the land that
: Activities Are SlatedAt School Tea SlatedAt
BaptistSunday Musical
\ His family consists of his wife,I Baptist MinistersScheduleMeeting was left. He took his religion with him and built altars and worship-

.. 4 14 and Wilbert 13 and -a
; fections. He was generous, self-denying, peace-loving, and one who

daughter, Brenda, 7. 17 In loved God. He gave away the best of his possessions, and even thoughhe
religious Education Board January Sebring Board 2 of Emanuel Bap-
Future Plans I I lost, yet he gained in that which was superior. His light burned t oas
he is The Baptist Ministers Brother will meet Sunday at 4:30 p. m. in tist Church will present a sacred
Mr. Miller stated that ; now to shine in the darkness.
concentrating organizing the hood of Duval and adjacent coun- the church. Departments to par- Several leading religious figures musical tea Jan. 29 at 3 p. m. in
upon They both had the power of choice and Abram's was best He
various departments of the church ties will meet on Monday, Janu- ticipate on the "Queen For A from Jacksonville will play key the auditorium of the church. Miss chose the best environment and associates.

and defining their 'purposes. He ary 14, at 11 a. m., in the Bethel Day" program have been calledto roles in the annual Inspirational Marve Hilton of Mt. Calvary Bap-
All who have reached the age of accountability have pitched their
meet the board. tist Church will be soloist.
"most immediate Baptist Church. Program which will be presentedby guest
said that the
tents-some towards the world and some towards heaven. A tent
problem' is the setting up of a Rev. W. E. Young, pastor of The Boosters Club will meet the Progressive Baptist State Other local artists will appear. pitched toward Sodom is toward the world.
Monday at 8 m. in the home of Choir 4 will meet Saturday at
to Tabernacle Baptist Church, will p. Sunday School and B.Y.P.U. Con-
strong youth program cooper- ;
Step by step Lot closer to sin.
came Step by
step, people today
Mrs. L. Evans 1908 Venus Street 4:30 for rehearsal. Choir 1
: m. ,
ate with all youth groups of Jack- preview the Sunday School_lesson. vention of Florida Thursday night p. in touch with sin. sin
come The
People approach gradually. innocent
sonville. He added that, "Spirit- The order of the day will be by Choir No. 2 will observe its 9th January 17,.at the First Baptist Usher Board '1 and congregationwill
into sin all
never run at once. Sin is at first REPULSIVE, and the
ually, we plan to have a wide: appointment. Rev. G. W. Miller is anniversary Jan. 21 at 8 p. m. in Church, the Rev. T. L. Jenkins, accompany the pastor to Zion individual
little little. He
yields at first ENDURES
by -then pities-
awake spiritual program, strivingto the reporter for the organizationand the .church auditorium. The Rev. minister, at Sebring, Fla. Hope Baptist Church Monday
then embraces. To bad
Rev. H. H. Robinson is the S. L. Badger, pastor of Emanuel night to conduct services for thepastor's keep company, to indulge in doubtful pleasure,
have dynamic sermons. The Rev. J. C. Sams, pastor of
is to pitch your tent towards Sodom. The sinner, as did Lot, sees many
Church will the .
Baptist preach anniversary.Choir
For his initial sermon as pastor, president. First Baptist Church, general advantages. All is to raise
some see more grain, more livestock and
Mr.Miller spoke from the subject sermon. president of the State 2, Usher Board 2 and
organization to land. Their
will buy more objective in life is to gain, gain, gain.
"Art Not Thou One of That Man's and 1st vice president of the congregation accompany the
ScheduledBy Lot did not see the disadvantages until it was too late. He lost
Disciples?" Study Second Baptist Club National Baptist Convention of pastor to St. John Baptist Church his and of his
Jan. 17 to conduct installation possessions part family. He who has his tent pitched
Sunday January 13 1957 America will be one of Jackson- toward the world shall suffer eternal punishment unless he
Laura Street will observe the' Church WomenThe Sets Sunday MeetingThe ville's representatives. The Rev. rites.Usher before it is too late. .
schedule Sunday Mr. Sams will deliver the Board 3 will meet Jan.
regular Lilly of the Valley Club of sermon 15 at 6 p. m. in its business meet- Which is more profitable, to have houses and land, or to have a
morning beginning with Sunday of Christian for the occasion. .
Women's Society -
District No. 27 of Second Baptist home prepared for us in heaven? There is a possibility of having both.
School at 9:30: followed by wor-'I Service of Ebenezer Methodist Church will meet Sunday, Janu- Other Jacksonville ministers are How many give as much attention to the one as to the other?

ship services at 11 o'clock. The I Church scheduled a study on ary 13, in the home of Mr. and as follows: G. W. Scott a leading ing.Wedding Lot pitched his tent where he could love, as it were, and breathethe
pastor will deliver the sermon. Southeast Asia to be conducted layman of First Baptist Church Bells
Mrs. William Anderson, beginningat ; fumes of wickedness. People today pitch their tents where they
The Rev. Mr. Eben Cobb Brink, Friday, Jan. 11, from 6 to 9 p. m. 4:00 p. m. The Rev. R. H. Wilson, pastor of can breathe, as the case may be the fumes of wickedness and of hell.
Secretary for Church Promotionof in the social hall of the church, the Bethel Institutional Applications
The last meeting of the group Baptist Marriage. We should thank our Heavenly Father that He has provided a
the Board of National Missionsof located on the corner of Clay and was held in the home of Mr. and Church, the dean of Sunday Licenses better way. We should thank Him for the opportunity to pitch our
the Presbyterian Church in the West Ashley Streets, the Rev. E. School methods who will deliveran
Mrs. 'Curtis Smith, when officers tents toward Heaven. Our associates and company will be better and
USA will speak at the evening M. Hurley, minister. address on''the Gale Collins 726 Minnie Street
Tor the new year were elected.S. training phaseof sweeter-here we breathe the air of the Divine. Our thoughts will be
worship service. The service be- Miss C. M. Worthington, a missionary this and Alexander 20 and Charlie Rosa Brown
C. Easton conducted devo- department; age purer-music will be sweeter-and we will keep the light burning
gins at 7 o'clock.Mr. in Southeast Asia for a tional service for the meeting.The Heard, a prominent leader in Sec- 1224 Logan St, age 22. within.

Brink was educated at number of years is slated to teach 'Rev. Mr. K. D. Britt pas- ond Baptist Church, President of Freddie L. Feagin, 1451 E. 23rd For example, the lighthouse is not built in a beautiful garden,
Hamilton College and Princeton the course. At the close of the the District B.Y.P.U. Convention St., age 28 and Bethany Neville,
tor of Second Baptist, presidedover but on a bare rock, amid sunshine and rain; amid storms and ex
Theological Seminary. He began course a Southeast dinner will be the election. auxiliary to the E. F. & B. B. Philadelphia, Pa., age 28. posure. So, the witnesses of Christ must be brave and self-denying.

his ministry in Hawley, Pa.I served to demonstrate the modes Assn. and dean of B.Y.P.U. meth- Wm. A. Townsend, 510 Clay St., Step by step, Abram mounted the scale of righteousness. So

As a U. S. Army Chaplain in and customs in that part of the ods for the state group. He will age 17 and Jeanette Harris, 1219 must we. Like the elevator, we go up or down; but, unlike it, we

World War II, Mr. Brink served country. WOBS give an address also covering the Phelps, age 18. cannot stand stilL We pitch our tents either towards evil or good.

for four years with the First Arm- Other women's Societies of training area of his department Willie Scott, 1326 Mt Herman, We have the choice.

ored Division in Ireland, Englandand Christian Service of local churches PROGRAM SCHEDULE 25 and Roberta Coleman 1326
Representing other cities will age Why go on and,on.and reap eternal punishment? Your judgmenttells
Africa; with the 45th General have been invited to attend the MONDAT-FRXDAr SCHEDULE be the Rev. S. M. Daniels, San- Mt. Herman St., age 27. you better. Why should we go on*and on and reap sadness in
Hospital in Italy; and on the staff study and friends throughout. the (OCTOBER) Roy' E. Brown 620 E. PhelpsSt
On ford, president of the B.Y.P.U. the judgment day because we have not kept God's Commandments?
of? the Chief of Chaplains in Wash city were also invited., coo-6:00sign S.-03 News & Weather Dept; Leon Freeman, Bartow, ;, age 18 and Rosetta Wilson, The thorns we reap and have reaped, are the seeds we planted.

ington* D. C. Division I Representative, Synod of Atlantic; 6:037.00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon vice president of the B.Y.P.U.: 709 Jessie St, age 17. "GOD IS NOT MOCKED., For whatsoever we soweth that shall we
At present he is Chap-
lain with the rank of lieutenant from Cheraw, S. C. 743SftO 7:00-7:03 The News Kid& Weather(Bob Hudson) Dept; Rev. G. W. Mitchell' Tam John W. Crumbley 1417 Brady also reap." God gives us all a chance to live for better or for worse.

Divi- Mr. Mille stated that an official :M- 1:03 News te Weather pa, vice president of the Sunday St., age 19 and Donell Tucker, 960S. He has given every person a will, and the privilege of choice.
colonel in the 77th Infantry
SU)38:45 The Kid (Bob Hudson)
sion, Reserve, of New"York City. invitation is extended to the pub .8:459:00.: Teenle Weenie Time School Dept; Rev. W. Don Pel- Ashley age Which way are you pitching your tent? Lot pitched his tent towards -

He will be introduced by the lic to worship throughout the 943-10:00:eo- :03 Jmnpia News A:with Weather Johnny Shaw ham, Arcadia, dean"of music;. anda Sodom and lost his possessions and part of his family; Abram

W. Field day at Laura Street Sunday.CHAMPIONs 10.-00.ltA3 News Weather number of others. pitched his tent away from Sodom and reaped rich rewards.
Rev. Mr. Charles Talley, 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1
11:00-11:13 News ft weather Furnishing music' for the occa- NOTES Pitching your tent towards the world is pitching it towards
193-1290 Gospel Train No. 1 Sodom. We pitch it towards Heaven! WHICH WAY ARE YOU
1240-12:15 Local News (Yvonne sion will be the choirs of Beulah, may
I Daniels) Avon Park; First Baptist Lake The Grand Union PallbearersNo. GOING TO PITCH YOUR TENT?
12:15-12:30 Public Service Show
1%: -1U'Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Wales; Mt. Gilboa, Bartow; Zion 224 will meet Monday, Janu-

12:45140 Woman's Daniels) World (Yvonne Hill and First Baptist churches. ary 14th, 'at 7:30p. m. in the

V 140143 News ft Weather f Dean Walters Memorial Church, locatedon
Mrs. of
143240 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon Agnes Sebringis RITZ THEATRE
Grace) the general' chairman for the I the corner of Madison and

Men's long Sleeve Sport Shirts. $1.98Men's 240243 243-340 News Gospel ft Train Weather No. 2 (Deacon evenl'I I Caroline 5ts.Members .

Grace) c are asked to come NOW PLAYING THRU SATURDAY. JANUARY 12
FIBDress 340-343 News ft Weather Various district presidents and i TWO FIRST RUNS I -

Ties . -. 3-for $1.00 343440 4:00443 Jompln News ft With Weather Johnny Shaw conventional officers are servingas j prepared to pay their assessmentsfor Barbara Stanwyck Barry Sullivan
the month. Mrs. Essie
443540 Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw sponsors. Proceeds will be used E. "MAVERICK QUEEN""WHEN
: 540543 News ft Weather II Campbell is the president.
Corduroy Sport Coats . .0. $9..88 5435:30 Jompin with Johnny Shaw to supplement the annual contribution t t end -
5:30 SUn Off .to Mission and Education. GANGLAND STRIKES"
Large White Handkerchiefs 12-for $1.00 (OCTOBER) I _, Salome Chapter No. 106, OES
(40C45 News ft Weather
C45740 Heaven's Road Deacon Salome Chapter No. 106 OES FIRST RUN"UNGUARDED -
( ,
FREE PASS TO YOUR FAVORITE THEATRE ,:00- ':01 News Grace)ft Weather StarkDeliveries held its first business meeting of MOMENT" .

743140 Heaven's Road (Deacon the last Wednesday in the also -
8408:30 Oral Roberts Masonic Temple, corner Broad
1:31IU Swannalres Gospel Singers
125 W.: Boy Street Phone EL 4-1118 8:45940 Heaven's Road and Duval Sts. THURSDAY FIRST RUN
940-1049 Bishop 8. C. Johnson It was announced at the meet-
1040-10 Heavenly Fire Singers "WICKED WIFE"
1030-10:45 Temple of qed Born To: ing that the Christmas turkey and"OUTLAW'S
1.: .I1OO Ethel Davenport
1140-1143 News ft Weather given away by the chapter was DAUGHTER"
1143-1240 Heaven's Road Ira and Rose Daniels, Jr., 1190 received by Mr. Joseph Jones of
Have Town Get 1240-12:03 News ft Weather 6
You Don't t. Go to to
1243140 Heaven's Road W. 22nd St. girl, Nov. 21. 901 Everson St.

1431:15 140143 News Heaven's ft Weather Road Willie and Louise ,Smothers, Mrs. Jamie C. Mendez is Worthy

1:15130 BAA'S Master Keys 2431 Edgewood Ave, boy, Nov. 25. Matron and Mrs.- Dorothy .Edmonds -
LOW PRICESOn '130240 Mt. Ararat Baptist; Church
: 240340 JAFCO Gospel Revue Wallace and Nancy Jackson 31? is Secretary.
H 340440 Bishop E. H Williams 'I '. *
Magnolia St. Dec. 18.
boy : \-------/--t
440540 Elder Charles Beck. I t ,
Your .. 53040 540- 5:30 Rev.Heaven's L Jordan Road Nathan and Susie McDonald, Fidelity Lodge No. 251 il lcursiion : >

SATURDAY SCHEDULE 1115 Davidson St. twin boys Dec. I The following persons will hold

DRUGSTaBE NEEDS 840 SUn(OCTOBER On ) 16. ,office in Fidelity Lodge No. 251 INSI KM) SOur

840S45 News A Weather Sylvester and Edna Ashley, during the year 1957: Rev. H. T.
I 84574 Heaven's Road
740743: News 'ft Weather 1522 Steele St, boy, Dec. 19. Overstreet Worshipful Master; Each account is
Store ,::II- 84 The Kid (Bob Hudson) Samuel and Mary Reid, 5324 Robert Pettiford senior warden very liberalearnings CURRENT RATE
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug, 840843 News ft Weather ; are com i insured up to
,' 843-8:45940: 8:45 Teenle The Kid Weenie(Bob Hvdsoa Time ) Coed Ave. girl. Dec. 18. O. H. Beneby junior warden; pounded SemiAnnually 1 J.: O $10,000 by the

; We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised 940943 News ft Weather Bobby and Geraldine Austin, Eugene-Hall, secretary; and J. S. on Savings 2 0 Federal Savings
1040-1043 943-1040 Jvntptn News ft wWi Weather Johnny Shaw 126 W. Orange St, girl Dec. 18. Smith treasurer, all of whom in this Association -. 3 and Loan Insurance
which is
In Your Local PapersWOOD'S 1043-1140 1140-1143' News Gospel ft Train Weather No 1 Hampton and Agnes Ray, 1162 have been installed. chartered and supervised Corporationauthorized

r -1290 Gospel Train No. 1 W. Beaver St., boy Dec. 16. Saturday night at 7 o'clock, by the by an
1249 UttS Local News) (Yvonne John and May,Davis, 359 Claude members of Fidelity Lodge are U. S. Government. act of Congress.

DIXIE PHARMACY 12:15.12:3SDaniels Service Show St, boy, Dec. 14. called to meet for instructions in 411
U:>>-1U Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
12:45-,149 Woman's World (Yvonne Sanders and Mary Williams, 718 the Masonic Temple, 410 Broad

1302 KINGS ROAD et' MYRTLE AVENUE 140143 News Daniels ft) Weather Broad St, girl Dec. 16. St, however} instructional meet-

/HONK B. JiSSf 7>W 143249'Gospel Train No. 2 John and Isabelle Hardwick, ing will be held Saturday of each trtJllft !
111I AH Doctor PrascrlfrtJoMPAY 249- 243 News ft weather
W. Deliver W. Alto Sr 2566 Wisteria Dec. 14. week in
243349 Saturday session (JehnnyShaw boy, Seymore Hall corner of ioti
YOUR LIGHT;AVATER AND TELEPHONE 3:113:83 News)ft Weather Albert and Lillie Brookins, 1842 Third and Davis Streets.

3:114tt: Saturday Session Johnson St, girl, Dec. 22. Monday night, January 7, at
449443 News ft Weather '
BILLS AT OUR STORE 1tIlatarda7: Session Pete and Corine Newberry, 1264 7:30 o'clock the regular business

543149 540-J43 News Saturday ft Weather Session, .W. 6th St, boy, Dec. 25. ; meeting of the lodge was,held.


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Scrunfcy January 12, 1957 THE FLORIDA STAR .:..._ .

1k/ .Jackie 'Robinson.. Heads' NAACP 1957 Fund Drive ". 1"85rln


Drive Coiiinnes I Mid-Term Graduating Class "To Present Mystery Play **

i t Ten-e Plan r ro .

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i NEW YORK Designation of b C 1
JackieRobinson, the baseball star, rrr. + .y S
as national chairman of the 1957 74S. a *

Freedom Fund campaign of the ry&J you 7 r4j _-
NAACP, was announced at the S k- Q C J A
Association's annual Freedom (Y .
:;!M1f ZfiF s-- ..
Fund dinner here at the Brass ': :Ledzoza.

Rail Restaurant, 40th Street at .:} I-.

Park Avenue. i ,u j ,
-" -" "- -
Mr. Robinson will head a na- TDRUMS OF DEATH" PLAYERS Ten prospective members of the mid the 12A-2 homeroom class and the Stanton Glee Club. Anthony Scott, who plays

tional committee which will seek term graduating class of 1957 at New Stanton Senior High School will combine their the role of Newton Cooper the purled but ever determined ,County Sheriff is a

$1,000,000 this year for the NAA- dramatic talents Friday evening at 8:00 p. m. when they will present Howard Reed's member of the 12A-2 homeroom school band dramatics club and president of his ;

CP in memberships, life memberships "Drums f of -Death" in the school auditorium., homeroom group. Miss Perry as Amelia Gillette a modern but boisterious young

I and contributions, Roy Wilkins "Drums of Death" 'a mystery play in three acts, will be cleverly dramatizedby lady.is a member of the Bible Club.and secretary of the 12A-1 homeroom class. I

, NAACP executive secretary, a group of well trained high school thespians headed by major role players Bobby Shirley Hatcher plays Celeste a Creole servant. She is a member of the Bible Club. .

said at the meeting attended by Ricks; Betty Pierce, shown at extreme left in the above photo; and, Betty Hatcher. Stanio-Musi-Cho and the 12A.2 homeroom. Anthony Smith as Dr. Cameron, a very A Up of the Pepsi Cap to
150 NAACP leaders from 25 states.This third from right. Supporting players are Anthony Scott; Helen T. Butler, fourth from shady character is a member of the Bible Club and secretary of 12A-2 homeroom. i Americans outstanding who make youasi our

year's drive continues a10year right; William Cherry, fourth from left; Shirley Hatcher third from left: Betty McBride William Cherry as Zhuler, a servant and is very loyal to his master Harley, is a country and our ctfrnmtratty;;
: project launched in 1953 second from left: Mattie Perry, second from right;' and. Anthony 'Smith. member of the annual staff and captain of the football squad. a better place In which to ttre.

: in response to a call by Dr. Chan- extreme right. Director of the play is dramatics instructor Edwin N. Matthews, who is completing .

,ning H. Tobias, chairman of theAssociation's his .... .... .... .... .... ... ..a.
second at New Stanton. *
Ricks, a member of the 12-A homeroom plays the part of Sheldon Harley an states that he is looking for- .. .. .. .. .. "' '' ,.
Board of Directors.Dr. .
intrepid federal investigator. Bobby is active in the M. B. McClendon Dramatics,Club, ward to a masterful performance from the enthusiastic players Friday night when
I Tobias set a goal df a million the *
stage curtains at New
Sianio-Muti'Cho and journalism club. Stanton go up on the first local showing of Howard
dollars a year to finance the Association's Reed's "Drums of Death." *
Miss Betty Pierce portrays the role of the wealthy Pauls Bailey, sweetheart of
efforts to eliminate racial
Investigator Harley. Miss Pierce is a member of the Glee Club and the annual staff. Serving as special advisor to the director of the class play is Mrs. Amy S. > *

discrimination and segregation by This will be her second appearance in a class play. Her first appearance was duringher Currie, chairman of the English department and faculty advisor of the M. B. Mc- *

Jan. 1, 1963, the centennial of Ab- junior high school graduation at J. W. Johnson in 1954 when she was assigned; Clendon dramatic guild at the .schooL' -

raham Lincoln's Emancipation a leading role. Tickets for the : &
play maybe secured from members of the midterm graduating
Proclamation., Miss Hatcher, the haughty Mrs. Gillette a "classy" matron is a member of: class or by contacting Professor Edwin N. Matthews at New Stanton. *

( :. I Calendar Tea Scheduled At New Stanton School, Community Civic Club ;Ifx'ERNESTINE "

You can tell she's a Mrs. E. L. Brooks To Present Book ReviewMrs. Schedules Meeting And

Etta'L. Brooks, assistant librarian at the Wilder Park Branchof Announces New OfficersThe """' ...

< the Public Library, will be the featured speaker at the annual New Stanton FLOWERS Senior .
CARNATION BABY calendar tea which will be sponsored by the Homeroom Mothers Or- Two-G Community Civic High School -a.
dealers tri- W
ganization of New Stanton Senior High School on January 27, beginning Club will meet Monday night, Pepsi-Cola bute to Ernestine Flowers pay A

at 4 p.,m. January -beginning at 7:30 who school is and active community In both'activities -

Mrs. Brooks, who is well known o'clock, in the home of Mr. and She is secretary of *

j. raised on,America "healthy'baby"milklM for her unusual ability to review resented by the 12B-9, 10 and Mrs. William Anderson, 1555 West 12B-4 of homeroom Glee Club a and member accompanist -- .
and interpret literature to all 12A-1 homeroom 26th St.The : member of National *
groups, Mrs. H. Honor Society; a
interested and age groups, will re- R. Scott, Mrs. R. B. Timberlakeand club held election of officers member of Journalism *

I view "Imperial Woman" by Pearl Mrs. M. B. King, faculty spon- for 1957 recently with the fol- Club. *

S. Buck. sors. The month of December will lowing results:

d "ImperialWoman" is an historical be represented by the 12A-2, DCT, Mrs. Willie Griffin, president; I ** *

novel about the last Em- DE and 10A-1 homeroom groups, James Hawkins, vice president; I yr.

.i w aa ::rUytr press of China, who was born into J. H. Morris, Miss L. J. Glymp, Mrs. Nancy Hawkins, secretary;

,. ;ray ,n4h violent and troubled times in the and Mrs. C. M. Harris are the I Mrs. Naomi St. Jacobs, assistant itif --'ip-S .
last century of China's empire and faculty sponsors.All I secretary; Mrs. Lillie Mae Anderson -

who upheld the traditional ruling of the parents of students financial secretary; :Mrs. Ber-

dynasty of the house of Manchu attending New Stanton Senior tha Scott, secretary; Arnett Grif- ifit

from the 1860's until her death in High School, as well as the many fin, general fund treasurer; Mrs.
{ Alice Conway, sinking fund treas-
A. Y 'M 1yR'nogF friends of the school in the com- if
urer; Mrs. Etheral Wright, wel-
:, *: When asked her opinion of the munity have been invited to at-
&v.x } fare treasurer Mrs. Rosa Ben- .
2'f Y q'naa,.jR2 novel, Mrs.. 'Brooks had this to tend the forthcoming calendar tea ; I *
jamin, chairman of the Refresh-
say: "In my opinion, 'Imperial and enjoy the many interesting *
.. ment Committee; Mrs. Victoria yf
Woman' is one of the most fas- activities scheduled to take placeon
Clark, chaplain; Maxie A. Bor-
cinating novels have ever read.It the occasion, reports Professor *
ders, business Mrs. Cleo
not only reveals ,the struggles Charles D. Brooks., principal of ; i.
Green, chairman of the Program .
involving. fabulous women in New Stanton.Aggies. '
Committee, and Mrs. Dorothy ALPIIONSO FRANKLIN
Chinese history, but it presents *
Washington, reporter.The New Stanton Senior
for the very first time in novel High School
: Board of Directors is com- *
k form: the great roles played by
AwardedNationalRating Alphonso is treasurer of
prised of the following persons:
: Chinese women during the reignof W the '11B-3 homeroom a
r a> David Green, Maxie Borders, Ar- member of the Hl-Y. and
the great ruling dynasties of
member of the Stanto-
L nett_ Griffin
James Hawkins
S ,
)jA4. : China." Musi-Cho. He Is also active -
.. Hardy Whitlock, Jamie Washington with the basketball
team. He Is a member of
4 William Green, Charles Lott, Second Baptist Church.
CALENDAR MONTHS j J. Black Charlie
Jones and Ches-
Each of the forty-six different
report released by the ter Satterwhite. * *
homeroom groups represented at NatiOnal..
F New Stanton will participate in a Collegiate Athletic ..
4 h k. display of wares and activities shown that the A & T Aggies I John E. (Pop) RutledgeTo .
stand number six in defense
pertaining to the twelve monthsof .r
the year. among small college basketball Install OfficersFor *

Mrs. M. L, Butler, Mrs. A. L. team leaders in the nation.In Letter CarriersThe *

4 Z k Griffin, C. Cl:: Fears, and E. N. taking the first four gamesof

Grooms, sponsors of Homeroom the season, the Greensboro s *

P y lOB 1, 2, 3 and 4, will depict the basketeers have allowed their op- National Association of *
;Sx month of January..February will ponents only 220 points or an Letter Carriers Branch No.52 and ; 1

; :1 j be _portrayed by homerooms average of 55 per game. Duringthe the Ladies Auxiliary will have a *

10B-5, 6, 7 and 8, Mrs. V. O. In- same period the Aggies were joint installation ceremony Saturday *

gram; Miss E. Jones, Miss Norma scoring 264 points. evening, January 12, in the

x Littlejohn and ,E. O. Matthews, The report also revealed the Clara White Mission Building, 613 HyIJ + *

faculty 'spOnsors. March will be "clean smooth play, the grandest W. Ashley Street. *
revealed by the 10B-9, 10, 11 and achievement of the team. The John E. (Pop) Ratledge. who is 's

12 homerooms, R. S. Miller, Mrs. team also ranked second lowestin retiring as assistant superintendent JEROME New Stanton WHEELER Senior *

A. H. Moore, Mrs. C. S. Roby and personal fouls committed. at Carver Station January 31, High School *
Mrs. N. T. Russel, faculty 1957, will formally install the of- Jerome Is a senior and
,\ ., spon- Their average is only 11.8 mis- chaplain of 12B-2 home-
--1,...".".....,.""" sors. April will be represented by cues per game. ficers of the organization and the room. His extra-curricular *
the 11B-13 14 15 and 16 home- auxiliary. The following letter activities Include member-
"Healthy baby"Rozalynn Wiley of Oakland, California The-team, coached by Cal Irvin, ship in the ill-Y. Student *
rooms, Mrs. A. H. Wilson, D. W. carriers will participate the Council treasurer of the
)- .,' is being rated as one of the best Spanish Class, an honor *
:" Davis Miss N. B. Scriven and ceremony. .
student and member of
'' the college has had during the
: :a 4 : CARNATION BABIES have that wonderful digestible, too. Eight out of 10 John Hart, faculty sponsors. May past decade. The defensive and William M. Broadway, presi- member basketball of squad.Second He Baptist is a *

-r: $! look about them-happy, con. mothers who feed their babies a will be represented by the 11B-1, clean sportsmanlike play of the dent; Willie C. White, treasurer Church. .

,;tf! k ". tented, and so healthy! Carnation formula say, "My doctor 2, and 3 homerooms, Miss Ruth Aggies were the cause of the Eugene L. Griffin, recording sec-

That's because Carnation is the recommended it." Ask your own doc Broome, Mrs. ,S. P. Butler, and national rating. retary; Richard Lee, financial secretarY' * *

most nourishing form of milk for tor about Carnation- America's Mrs. M., E. Coleman, sponsors. : William W.Johnson, treas- .*" *

? "I- baby's bottle. The safest and most.. "healthy baby milk! June will be represented by the; urer; W. K. Harper, NSBA and '.
from Peps'-
..*}, 11B-4, 5, 6 and 7 homerooms, Mrs.: hospitalization collector; John B. Congratulations Cola to these three Merit .
;' M. Streets, T. C. Crompton, Mrs. The Maverick Queen Darby, MBA Collector;' Edwin P. Award winners ;;:'

1 r. : BEST BRAND FOR YOUR. A. S. Currie and Mrs. C. H. Dur- Daniels, sgt.-at-arms; and F. A. Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

ham, faculty sponsors., .. i 7; Wesley, 3-year trustee. salutations on Pepsi Cola

.> / '::COFFEE CEREALS COOKING !r The 11B-8,.9, 10 and 11 home- Richard Lee, secretary, an- TEEN-TIME, WRHC, 1400
.: : hSrr.B nounced that the members are re- on r o u r dial, Saturday
rooms, L M. Grayson, T. A. Jack-
"; '4" .
: 10:45 11:45 A.M.Pepsi .
sf to,
Yhv quested to bring their wives to
f\'St .. son, Miss G. C. Johnson and A. L. +dr .
.. Every cup'sdelicious -- McFarland, faculty sponsors, have the affair, whether they are mem- '.

,:-.,.< /i J whenCarnation ,' been assigned the month of July.August bers of the .auxiliary or not. He *

:_ "" )/I ... is the"cream" :..s }>',.:-4 ts ,,' will :Abe handled by the stated that this is being done to
in ". 11B-14, 11A-1, 11B-I3 and 11B-14 encourage more women to participate '" *
your coffee!! "from in the Ladies Auxiliary.
homeroom groups, Mrs. G. S. Vin- *
------------------_ '. ContentedCarnation erich son, Mrs. L. F. Etheridge T. W.. rri.Barry Refreshments will be served. t

adds t Cows" Montgomeryand, Mrs. M J. Pau- .

flavor to line, faculty sponsors. The 12B-1, Installation Set *

I every cereal,hot "- C- '" 2, 3, and 4 homerooms will repre-
or cold! sent the month of September. For Day SpringThe

Faculty sponsors of this group are
,-" e EY 1 RATE Mrs. Alma C. Daniels Mrs. Wil Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver, pas-

Use better-blending lie Richardson, Miss Lucretia d tor of Day Spring Baptist Church,
"h Carnation for e rwaitsco. Harvey and'Mrs. M. C. King. October will conduct installation cere- Cola

smoother cookingresults will be represented, by the monies Sunday for all officers.am Dealers of

A\ every time! MILK"r"au" 12B-5, 6, 7,-and 8 homerooms.: The Sullivan and Barbara auxiliaries of the church. JacksoavlliaRefresh

I sponsors of this group are Mrs. M. Stanwyck star together in "The The Willing Workers Club will.

G. Lilly, Mrs. W. M. Richardson, Maverick Queen" now playing meet Sunday at 4 p. m. in the

World's Leading Brand of Mrs. L. T.' Robinson and C. J. the Ritz Theatre. Scott Brady also home of Mrs. J. Jones, 626% W.
Evaporated-Milk without fUltor nave a.Pepsi!
t': Roundtree. November will be rep appears in the cast. Duval Street. P'

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-# SiJt .>THl .FLORIDA STAR Saturday 'Julla- ,* 1957

I -. News. Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful FloridaI I


.. Putnam County Mews SUPERIOR STUDENTS Joseph homeroom,Nelson teacher, Wilson- Aikens Eugene, l, ] Ocala Han Caught

: NAMED BY HEADSOF Richardo Cortez Hatton, Carl Senior 4 4tK
'" Milton Jones, Clifford Wright y With NarcoticsOCALA
:' LOCAL SCHOOLS Clifford Wright, Carolyn Wright,

BY E. J. VHBH ,.. Stella Wilson. l'

108 Madboa Strwt. PilitHn..Florida: 7 ISAIAH BLOCKER NINTH GRADE l'I State Narcotics

: Phone Eat S-3W5 "; ;; JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 9-1, Mrs. T. Argrett, homeroom ? Agent E. L. Colson of Jackson-
,'- teacher Theodore ville took Charlie Frank Miller
Isaiah Blocker Junior High an- Barry
A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK '- nounces the names of students Watson Lola Culver Annie Lee j. .. l into custody after he allegedlysold

who earned an average of "B" or DeVaughn, Gwendolyn E a son, j- eight ounces of paragoric and
The road to a friend's house is never long. .?t?. several one-quarter grains of
better for the second six weeks Betty.Gaines, Claudine Gay, Cor- mor-
Last week Miss Cornelia Grady of North 8th Street was our period of the 1956-57 school term. delia Hall, Gertrude Simpkins, phine to an undercover agent

movie guest. Miss Grady was visiting in Tallahassee! over the weekend SEVENTH GRADE Gloria Watts. .t A,. a >.: working with the officers.

where she secured a copy of the Florida Star and received her 9-2, Mrs. R. B.,Bush homeroom Miller, a 23-year-old deliveryman -
7-1, Mrs. R. P. Benthone home- "
invitation. She usually gets the Star from Grimsley's Grocery Store. room teacher r: nard Brown, teacher Frederick Anderson "j employed by a local phar-
; macy was arrested and charged
Melvin Bellvin Woodrow Cam
This week inviting a ,
we are
George Cromer, Genwright McKinley 1
with four
young matron who is very ambiti proud of my hometown and the Lamar James Williams, Betty Jean Byrd, Elaine Cobb, $'" ,. sion and sale counts of narcotic of illegal poses-

Cu,. At the present time she is way it has grown," she told this Leroy Young, Gloria Barney, Bob- Elizabeth Gilliard, Jacqueline .,,t':.<<>::' : Bond for Miller was set drugs.at $6-
contemplating going into business reporter.The bie J. Perry. V" ..
Cox Dorothy HudnelL, Per- ':' 000. Deputy Davis said Miller is
small 9-3. Mrs. C. P. Pridcen. home-
for herself. She has two
sharon Jenkins
Sonja Matthews
to have stolen the drugs
and has in her family three room teacher Thomas Hollo-
boys Young Men ProgressiveClub Mildred Smart. way, Johnny Martin, Arnett Rogers Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wiggins Sr. of 1708 Lemon Street. Palatka. from- his employer. According to
alders and brother. Her father
of Palatka held its installation 7-2, Mrs. S. B. Mathis, home- Augustus Singleton, Annie Fla, announce the marriage of their daughter CpL Adonis Arlyne to Davis, the man is not an addict
and thIs played
reporter ,meeting last Wednesday room teacher Stafford Thompson Lou Johnson, Marjorie Meeks, Sgt. John M. Gary son of Mrs. Lula M. Cary of 57 4th Ave., So. himself.
baseball together in West Florida
night at the Rebecca Exquisite Audrey Lewis, Winnifred Lillian Smith, Jacquelyn Thomas, Birmingham Ala. which took place in October in Los Angeles Calif.
several She has a sister
years ago. Cruisine. 1613 Lemon St The Riley Sara Williams Sandra Evelyn Latimer. CpL Adonis is now stationed in Hawaii. Sgt. Cary is stationed in Mrs. Robert Pole
who lives in Jacksonrille. If she
will contact me I will give: her main address and charge to_the Green, Freddie Collins, JacquelynHilL. 9-4, Mrs. S. M. Hudson, home- California. Both of them are in the Marines at present. They have Wins Roosevelt $150

officers was delivered by the Rev. room teacher James Lanier, set up residence at 11607 S. Avalon South Los Angeles, California. ...
7-3, Mrs. E. C. Coles, homeroom
W. B. Miller, former pastor
two to the movies. Rosa Lee Carter, Annie Mae Cook, Mrs. Robert Pole of 1336 E. 27th
Mr.passes James (Lefty) Henry Tur- Vernon Presbyterian Church. Dr. teacher Carolyn Conway, Jen-I Georgia Martin, Jean Moore, Ed- viser; Rosetta Johnson 3.3, Ver-' viser; Ronald Raines 3.3, Ralph St. was the winner of the $150
nie Lee Dicks Vera Mae
of is in Palatka William H. Higgins Jr. was installed Dingle, wina Pugh. nicia Paul 3.2, Andria Riley 3.0 Stephens 3.2 Juanita Williams 3.3 cash jackpot in the weekly Roose-
ner Philadelphia, Janice S. Joyner.
his the Rev. and as president and Harry L. 9-5, Mr. A. M. Mackey, home- and Carlton Thompson 3.3. and Maxje Williams 3.2. velt Theatre "STAGE DARTS"
visiting parents principal of the Middle- 714, Mrs. C. C. Stewart, home-
Mrs. J. W. Woods. The many Burney room teacher Ronald McGrier, room teacher :Williard .Town- 7-7, Mrs. T. F. McFarlin, Ad- 8-8 Mrs. All H. Thorpe, Ad- contest last Friday night.
friends of Mr. Turner are gladto ton Jr. High School of Crescent Shirley Clurkley, Yvonne Furlow, sell, Maudella Bossard, Patricia viser; Leila Floyd 3.2, Bettye L. viser; Clara Clark 3.7. Carole Mrs. Pole skillfully and calmly
installed vice
see him.Wedding. City was as presi- Brown, Joyce Donald, Thelma. Jones 3.0, Robert Lewis 3.0, and Davis 3.2, Eugene Edwards 3.0, tossed the darts at the winning
succeeded W. MeS. Betty Gwendolyn Mitchner,
dent. Dr.
Higg Henry, Betty Kinsey, Delano Mes- Geraldine Roberts 3.5. Betty Hayes 3.0, Frances P. Mos- square in competition with four
Maxwell, who served as presi- Barbara Wallace, Irene Chester. ( .
bells are ringing on dent for the past six Mr. 7-5, Mrs.E. B. Simmons, homeroom ser Gwendolyn Trimmings, Doris. 7-8, Mrs. Annie Mae.Robinson, ley 3.5. Joyce D. Murray 3.0 Wal- other contestants on stage. The

South 17th Street in Palatka. succeeded F. R.years.Brooks. teacher Elmer Anderson, Jones. C* Adviser; Betty Long 3.3, Sandra ter Tucker 3.0, and, Allen War- theatre management announceda
Burney 9-6, Mr. D. V. Nicks, homeroom rick 3.0. new cash jackpot plus
4 Watch the Florida Star for the The Ladies Auxiliary of the club Bernard Collins, Wilma Hayes, Milton 3.3, Carolyn Thorpe 3.7, .
announcement.Mrs. share in the festivities. Nelvinia Ray. teacher Robert Lee, Daniel Beverly Townsend 3.5, Beverly 8-9, Mrs. E M., Morris, Adviser; other awards would be given this
was present Willie Paine, Jr., Marion Norris. Friday night and each week at the
Weaver 3.0 Wilson 3.5. Cora Bodison James
Shirley 3.7
A delicious dinner was 7-6, Mrs. B. H. Walker, home-
Lee Ella G. Asia returned served very by Mrs. Rebecca Martin. room teacher Marvin Grant, 9-7, Mr. S. OTearson, homeroom 7-9, Miss Doris L. Glover, Ad- 3.3, Betty Davis 4.0, Cheryl Ford Roosevelt in addition to the screen

Sunday night from Deerfield and The first meeting of the new year Elijah Jerido Theodore Smiley, teacher Barbara Black- viser; Venda Alexander 3.0, Ron- 4.0, Roger Glover 3.3, Barbara sion program, and all at regular admis-

other ities_ on the East Coast, wa held last Sunday night in the Cassandra Conyers, Barbara Hin- shear Lethera Ann Floyd, Bessie ald Beety 3.2, Freddie Brown 3.0, Harris 3.0, and Victor Holman 3.7. prices.
where she visited relatives and ton. Mae Davis. Grace Brown 3.2, and St. Frances 8-10, Mrs. Geraldine S. Hilliard,
club room in the J. A. Long Bldg., '
friends. She was accompanied by 1001 Main Street. Dr. Higgins out- 7-7, Mrs. A. E. Girardeau home- 918, Mrs. R. A. Pierce, home- Darby 3.2. Adviser; Robbie Lee Davis 3.0, Club Of District 22.

her children and Mrs. Corene lined his program for the year and room teacher-Ernestine Thomas. room teacher William Jackson, 7-10, Mrs. Ruby L. Jackson, Ad- Carrie Frazier 3.7. Audrey Second Baptist Church

Ellis. appointed various committees to 7-8, Miss C. G. Jones, home- Betty Lowery. viser; Jimmie Bowles 3.0, Clau- Grooms 3.7, Elijan'Hamilton 3.2, Slate Meeting SundayThe
the "" room teacher Mamie Lee 9-9, Mr. W. H. Ruffin, home- dette Clark 3.0, Ollie Crews 3.3. James Hazzard 3.0, Barbara Hitt

Mr. Andrew Malbry and his serve during year. Brown, Lillie Mae Carter, Con- room teacher William Medlock, 7-11, Mrs. S. Eloise Brooks, Ad- 3.5 Laura Jones 3.8, and Lorea- White Rose Club an affil-
Betty J. Bryant, Gloria D. Butler, iate of District No. 22 of Second
son. John returned from Lake- stance Chisholm, Cynthia Lang. viser; 'Raymond Freeman 3.0, and tha Jones 3.0.
land Monday after attending the 7-9 Mr. H. R. Daniels, home- Anita Robinson, Perlene Steeples, Betty Jenkins 3.0. 8-11, Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Ad- Baptist Church, has scheduled a
Southern Conference
funeral of Mr. MalbryV sister room teacher:- Wayne Calhoune Brenda Williams. 7-12 Miss Agnes E. Banks, Ad- viser; Myrtle Ford 3.3, Wilhel- meeting for Sunday, Jan. 13; in

who passed away a few days ago Fund Leon Thomas, Turner Wimberly, 9-10, Mrs. H. C. Bullard, home- viser;. James Gwyn 3.2, Rufus mina Grant 3.3. James Hapley 3.0, the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. V.
Inc. .:
room teacher Julius Barney, Daniels, Sr., 747 Line Street.
in Ft. Pierce,'Florida. George Young, Mary A. Gardner, Harmon 3.2, Carl Johnson 3.3 and Torebia Searcy 3.3, Catherine
Gwendolyn James. Rodney Hurst, Gail Christopher, Bessie Roberts 3.0. Williams 3.0 Naomi Williams 3.0.. The announcement was made

Mrs. Bertha Spells had as her Supports Ice CampaignNEW 7.10, Mrs. R. L. Kirklin, homeroom Florence Harris, Johnette Shep- 7-13, Mr. Charles A. Scott Ad- and Robert Leroy Yeartie 33. by Phillip Brown, reporter for the

house guests during the holidays teacher Anthony Hick- ard, Earnestine Thomas.. viser; June M. Perry 3.0. 8-12, Mrs. Ruth S. Bonner Ad- organization, who added that all

her two seas and their families. ORLEANS, La. The son, Joyce Bryant, Sandra Hollo- 9-11, Mrs. L. A. Smith, homeroom 7-14, Mr. K. D. Britt, Adviser; viser; Arthur Hendley 3.2, Phil- members are expected''to be pres-

Sgt. Freddie Spells and SgtJame Southern Conference EducationalFund way, Tina ,Jones, Vernell New- teacher Charles Boddie, Henry Starker 3:0: and Shirley lip McFadden 3.0, Erma Jean ent at the meeting.
Inc., has sent a New Year's Edd Russell Brown, Willie Faust,
Everett Spells. While here. man, Barbara Pearson Annette'E. Tucker 3.3. Smith 3.5, Doris Strauder 3.0 and
the:families motored to Miami to contribution of. $1,567.80 to the Presha, Margarette Stokes. James E. Greene Edward Hick- .7-15, Mrs. Marion Wilson Ad- I Lincoln Williams 3.5. Ford 3.0, Mae Foreman 3.6. Doris

visit other relative They have Inter-Civic Council of Tallahassee 7-11, Mr. W. B. Langley, home- son, Gerald Howard, Gerald B. viser; Randolph Silas 3.3. Gwen- 8-13, Mr. Robert T. Hall, Adviser Spann 3.5. and Arabella Whaley

returned to their prospective Florida, to help the Councilin room teacher Jesse Timonthy Lang, Walter Meares, Anne Lue dolyn Smith 3.5, and Nonveida ; Alma Brock 3.3, Jean Haw-' 3.3.

camps. its campaign .to establish inte- Scrugg, Janice Gray, Johnie Mae Lawson, Mable Martin, Annie Williams 3.2. kins 3.5, Pearlie Jones 3.5, Yvonne 9-6, Mrs. Alveta S. Allen Ad-

grated bus transportation in the Moreland, Hannah Russell, Annette Pearl Smith. 7-16, Mr. William Akery Ad- McCloud 3.1:!, and James Ross 35. viser; Mitchell Campbell 3.0, Mar-
drs. -Susie Cannon and Mrs. capital city of Florida. Wilder. 9-12, Miss J. L. Prince, home- viser; Oliver Kinsey 3.2, Willie 8-14, Mrs. T. H. Livingston, Ad- ilyn Madry 3.8, Billy Nesmith 3.3

Edith Hill of 410S. lllth St.. had The money was contributed by 7-12, Miss J. J. Lowe, home- room teacher Fred Wesley Moreland 3.2, William Wilson 3.0 viser; Jo Ann Kennerly 3.7, Ken- and Henry Stevens 3.5.:

as'their guest Mrs. Susie Jones of friends and supporters of the Edu- room teacher Gwendolyn Barney Elizabeth Gauldin, Madine Miller. and Jean Wright 3.2. neth Lomas 3.3, Margaret Nixon 9-7, Mrs. Thelma B. Snell, Adviser --

New York City. Mrs. Jones is the cational Fund. Vivian Patterson, Maxine 7-17, Mrs. Edythe H. Anderson, 3.7, and Nettie Thomas 3.0. ; Kenneth Belcher 3.2, and
niece of Mrs. Cannon and the In his letter of transmittal Au- Williams. JAMES WELDON JOHNSON Adviser; John Betsch 3.5, Julius 8-15, Sallye E. Daniels, Adviser; Eartha Davis 32.

cousin of Mrs. Hill. She will be brey W. Williams, president of the 7-13, Mrs. L. P. Mathis, home- JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Demps 3.2, Ronald Galvin 3.8, Robert Baylock 3.0, Joyce E. Bod- 9-8, Mrs. E. Bernice Bracy Adviser -

in the city for a month. Mrs. Jones SCEF wrote, "The cause of freedom room teacher James Gris&tt, Principal Arthur C. Madry of Angela King 3.2, Windsor McIntosh die 3.7, George E. Champion 3.3, ; Jesse Bellenger 3.5, Merlin
was a former resident of this city is indivisible and an Injuryto Pearl Swain. James Weldon Johnson Junior 3.3, Rose Nell Randolph 3.0, Frances Yvonne Hicks 4.0 Mary I Jones 3.5, Joseph Love 3.2, and

graduating from Central Academy any one person or group is an 7-14, Mrs. A. 'H. Cobb, home-, High announces the following 'Paula Roberts 3.2, Eddie Stamps A. Williams 3.2. Paulette Owens John May 3.2.
High School in 1923. "I am very.I injury to all. We feel, therefore room teacher- Meltonia Jenkins.' honor roll for ,the second six 3.5, George Whipple 3:7.: and Tyrone 3.8, Ellarene Rodgers 33 Joyce 9-9, Miss Mozelle C. Bruton

I that in your struggle to achieve 7-15 Mrs. L. G. Genwright,: weeks period' of the 1956-1957 Williams 3.2.EIGHTH. Steney 3.8, Carolyn Terry 4.0 and Adviser; 'Prince McIntosh 3.8,

Learn Commercial Art full citizenship Tallahassee you homeroom teacher Vernon: school term. The students list received GRADE I Jacqueline Toms 4.0. Charles Murray 3.2, Deborah

are waging our fight as well as Leon Smith, Geraldine Ellis Mae-: 3.0 ,averages and above. 8-1. Mrs. Herschel Bailey, Ad- NINTH GRADE O'Nea13.3, Earl Sims 3.3 and Leo-

G.Start f. APPROVED Anytime your own. dean Jones, Claudette White, Dor-' The' school is now operating!: viser; Sandra Duncan 3.5. Gwen- 9-1 Mrs. Willie M. Green Adviser nard Wilder 32.

AMERICAN "May the New Year bring you othy Mae Wilson. under the 4.0 ((4 point) system. dolyn Thomas .3.0, and Loretta ; Lillian Bryant 3.3, Brenda 9-10, Mr. Henry McMikens, Ad-

victory, but however long it takes 7-16, Mrs. B. C. Green, homeroom -i SEVENTH' GRADE Young 3.0. 4 Joyce Johnson 3.2, Betty Jean viser; Gloria Glover 3.0, Miriam
SCHOOL OF ART you can be certain that the ulti- teacher William J Jordan. 7-1. Mr. C. Lenwood Lee Adviser 8-2, Mrs. Margaret English, Ad- Randall 3.0, Mary Ann Washington Johnson 3.8, Barbara E. Jones 3.0,

Moved To New Location mate victory will be yours be- 'EIGHTH GRADE I ; Jimmie Bailey 3.5, Leron viser; Erma Badger 3.2, Edith 3.3, and Annie Maude Wil- Dorothy Nixon 3.7, Julian Powell
106 EAST BAY STREET Battles 3.8 and Lillian King 3.7. Home 3.3, Delorcs! Levine, 3.0 liams 3.2. 3.0, and Lucius Thompson 3.2.
tad float side.cause" justice and time are on our 8-1, Mrs. W. M. Britt home.: I 7-2, Mrs. Iva L., Grant, Adviser Paul Owens 3?, Reuben Reed 3.0,1 9-2 Mrs. Lillians T. Alston, Ad- 9-11, Mr. G. Frederick Cash, Adviser -
room teacher- Barbara McClain. Willie Ann Burns 3.3, Ola Mae and Rose Marie Tolbert 3.3. i viser; Daisy Andrews 3.3, Gloria Josephine Bradhen 33

8-2, Mrs. L. D. Hair, home- Dawsey 3.0, Han; e-t Howell' 3.3, 8-3 Mrs. V. S. Jones, Adviser; Baker 3.0,. Barbara Bonner 3.5 Marie Brinkley 33 Zeta Gibson

ERSE For Prompt room teacher Joseph Wade, and James Woods'3.0. Edith Quick 3.3, Wilma Small 3.7, Richelyn Cooper 33 Shirley '4.0, Deloris Mosely 33 and Betty

Myra Nesser, Gertrude Miller. 7-3, Mrs. Eleanor C. Davy Ad- and Marvin Williams 33. Cruse 3.2, Gerald Cue 3.2, Alvin Jean Smith 3.0.

Delivery Call 8-3, Mrs. V. C. Wiles, homeroom viser; 'Gloria Daniels 3.5, Freddie 8-4, Mrs. R. P. Smith, Adviser; Hampton 3.0. Bernice Kearse 3.0. 9-12, Mr. William Adams, Ad-

VICTORY FUELSERVICE teacher Edward Baety, Betty Davis 3.0, Dorothy .Green 3.5, Carol Joyce Blackmon 3.5, Ger- George Knox 3,0, Leland Mercy viser; Valerie Scott 3.5, Juanita M.

Harper Linda Howard. Elois Clayton 1 Hamilton 3.0, Barbara aldine Blissett 3.8, Kate Lois 3.0, Stanley Miller 3.2, Betty Steney 3.3, Yvonne West 3.2, and

O'Neal. Harris 3.7, Margie Kelly 3.7, and Boyd 3.5, John Capehart 3.2, Richardson 4.0. Shirley Stafford Barbara R. Williams 33.
8-4, Mrs. R. J. Johnson, home- Evelyn McKinnie 3.3. James.Hicks 3.3. and Patricia Jen- 4.0, Erma Wiggins 3.5, and Myrna 9-13, Mr. C. Bostick, Adviser;

room teacher WillieHenry 7-4, Miss Lucille Littlejohn Ad- kins 3.0. i Wilson 32. Doris Allen 33, Joyce Allen 4.0,

EL 3.1_ Demps, Gerald Long Mary Louise viser; Novel Gaffney 3.0, Patricia 8-5, Miss Caldonia Simpson Ad- 9-3, Mrs. Glorya'M. Brooks, Ad- Sherrlene Allen 3.0, Edward Le-

Cox :Mamie Louise Dix Henna Graham 3.2, Susan Terry Ishmeal viser; Leon Lauray 3.0. and Jua- viser; Loretta Everett 3.2, Jac- vine 3.8, and Catherine Pittman

.Vaughn. 3.0. nita Petty 32. quelyn McMillan 3.5. Sylvia Mat- 33.

l 8-5, Mr. C. F. Mathis, homeroom I 7-5, Mrs. Rosa L Smith, Ad- 8-6, Mrs. M. I. Harrison, Ad- thews 3.0, and Patricia Shipp 3.7. 9-14, Mrs. Ruby H. Dwight Ad-
: g I teacher Samuel Forrest, Harry viser; Betty Lewis 3.0, Celia Ann .viser; William Akery 3.5, Clarence 9-4 Mrs. Norma H. Bland, Ad- viser; Betty Threadcraft 3.5.

Simmons. Miller 3.8, Edna Mitchell 3.2, Bryant 3.0 Julia Hill 3.2, John viser; Gloria Chester 3.3, and 9-15, Mr. Andrew A. Robinson,
8-6, Mrs. G. 'K. Parsons, home- Leona Nelson 3 J, Bernedia Robinson Monroe 3.3 and Wise
Bob HudsonAND Josephine Barbara Paige 32.: Adviser; Patricia Ann Coppock
room teacher-Danny Boy Davis, 3.0, and Theodora Tarver 3.0. 32. .
9-5, Mrs. Ella J. Hill, Adviser; 3.0, Jeanette Y. Kittles 3.2, and
Willie Moore. Louise Holzendorf 7-6, Mr. Percy, L. Parsons, Ad- 8.7, Mrs. Sarah R. Wright, Ad- Sandra Cummings 3.5, Shirley Jacquelyn Y. Yates 3.5.
Barbara Jackson, Gloria Jackson,
Doris Johnson Etta Vickers.
8-7 Mr. R. N. Pearson, home- ezy' MXJ TAKE VITAMINSOUlt / YITs1MtN5AlD114tN ,

Sugar Sugar Sugar room teacher Joseph Harper \ SOON B t1L TAKB A 41dA11G -

,. William Brooks, Joseph Tarver, STRONfrERN
I Campbell
Buggs, Betty rte. scnn
Carolyn Hopkins, Cornell Jones, KAJOCKED ME F4tfj/
COHIHG YOUR WAY Virginia Mumford. ,

8-8, Mrs. D. M. Peterson, home- ILj ) s
Ill VlttAtPtt
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room teacher Frederick Har-
7:00 9:00 A.M.
to per, Bobbie Anderson, Courtney

Foster, Wilhelmina Murray, Lu- PFc
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6:00 to 7:00 P.M. cile Rushing, Rose Ann Shine. .
8-9r Mr. F. B. Priestly home- ,

room teacher Irene George.
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8-10, Mrs. D. F. Scott, home- t4r I
room teacher-Rose Y.Williams. T.

t. 8-11, Mrs. C. P. Thompson
homeroom teacher Angnell D.B1aekshear ''r I t fzY ww4r
t8t>CKxr TO STAY 5o vrNY Yt7U Ll'1.a t+owDEt ED? fit At4 ER a
,. Jacqueline Bradley > OUfA MYB OGK 2, PUMCN 'U> tA15T ( K I KNOCItt-R t

ONLY ALL NEGRO ris.Cynthia Franklin, Jacqueline_ Har-

PROGRAMMED ,RADIO STATION -8.12. Miss W. M. Turner, home-

room teacher John Cooper, La

Sandra McKiever, Hene Williams. .
"13d OK 'EVERY RADIO DIAL" 813."Miss O. King homeroom

teacher Pedro Mendez, Con-

stance Stitt.
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Saturday, January 12, 1957 rIa .. -
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,s ,p Ernie Inks Signs

t454Tj" Coairaci_For 1957

CHICAGO The brilliant

i shortstop of the Chicago Cubs

Ernie Banks who is rated by

many as the best shortstop in the

Nations Top Golfers T o. Play In Gate City Tournament runs Cubs National 1957 contract last in batting League season to,and become RBI's has leader signed and the of home first the his

} of the Cubs to sign.

: An infected left hand in mid-

i j Sifford To Play In Toiniamenij Middleweight Champion Soinyard Predicts Seek Information 424 August consecutive halted a record games string Banks of

r.j;. Brenlwood Course February A Bright' Faille On Tan Athletes Monarchs.in played 1953 after from joining the the Kansas Cubs City late

n" In Walker's TeamA The previous major league record -
{ Some of the nation's top notch William Earl Reid, Melvin Ward, FT. WORTH, Texas A ques'- for shortstops was 394 games

>' golfers will appear in Jacksonville James J. Hammonds, Joseph Pau- ion has been raised by the Lawton by Al Simmons who joined the

1: in February to compete in the line Sr., Jimmie Burris, William f large crowd was on hand Oklahoma high school as to Athletics in 1924 and played with-

f: Third 'Annual $3,000_ Gate City Shellman Alonzo Lewis, T. M. Monday night to witness the Walker whether or not a Negro athlete; out a break until 1926.

' Open Tournament which will be McCoy, Milton White, H. L. Gei- College team's best game of will be permitted to participate in! Banks set another Cub record

1. played at the Brentwood Munici- ger, Oscar I. Hillman Samuel the season against Edward Waters the Southwestern Recreation by hitting at least one home run .

.pal Golf Course, and among those Munroe, Edward Munroe and College. The game was a thriller track, field and golf meet to be against every club in the leagueby

participating will be Charles Sif others, will join in the amateur y from the beginning to the end held in Fort Worth, March 1516.,: June 1, finishing with *a total

ford top golf professional of Philadelphia division play. with the Tigers of Edward Waters Track Coach Jim Phillips of' of 26. He batted .297 and drove

Pa. The local professionals who will finally winning by the score of Lawton High School, sent a com-

I. Sifford appeared here in. 1956, be out there,to,win will be Ralph 8767. munication expressing his plans to

and won the top cash prize by Dawkins, Earl Martin, James The Walker College team is enter 'his team which includes a BUOYUTMOSTSHAVINGEASE

; 3 beating Teddy Rhodes down the Pierce, Willie Adams and others. slowly but definitely roundinginto Negro member. The coach wantedto AND CONVEHIENCt

; : "home stretch" in a playoff tie According to J. E. Hutchins, a smooth-working unit. Two clarify that one point

game. founder ,and of the Gate of the players did not return to
sponsor The Recreation GilletteSuperSpeed
. school Board was told
,1 Invitations have been extended i City Tournament, a record crowdis : \\A Coach the holidays and that the Texas' Interscholastic
to such Cliff Brown expected to be present to parti- 4 Guinyard had to start some
j performers as f } c i.ih % is. League has ruled that.any Negro
of the substitutes who did RAZORWITH
J of Cleveland, Ohio, 1956 amateur II'' cipate as. well 'as spectators to fine a very who has been admitted to a white

champion; Willie Wynn, Atlanta, watch the matches. The tourna- xi job.Captain school is eligible to take part in BLUE BLADE

Ga.; Zeke Hartsfield, New York, ment dates are Feb. 21.24. Charles Smith fouled interscholastic events, and under DKPEWEX AND
i '. .. ,-: out of the game in the second half. STYUNI CAST
City Harold Delegall, Savannah,
; that ruling the Lawton athlete
j Ga.; Dr. W. O. Bunche, Lakeland; tr r The team suffered a terrific blow could participate, without any direct '
when the left the
captain 10.0
4 game,
Richard Lewis and Herbert Dixonof
Football action by the board controlling _
,Survey because he is one of the leading
Bartow. These men partici- the annual meet.
scorers the team.
on .
pated in 1956. I
Names Walter Sumner was sent in to I .
The tournament will also have Tackling
take Captain Smith's place and
many of. the local golfers partici- l iJP OFfidfr gulf ;
the big 6 ft. 4 in. center from

pating. Such familiar names as Host Dangerous tWLtM si0./ a Baxley, Ga. handled the positionin
Charles Brown,.who have been
a remarkable manner, especially -
i semi-pro golf. He has shown much :fj. ,r .m, OVGQ 6d4t rebounding on offense and de- : ""fl
improvement according to Elwood CHICAGO A study of foot-
fense. Sumner also scored several
Banks publicity chairman. Brown ball fatalities for 1956 was made ;. ,.S6At A ,
( is expected to win top honors in by the National Federation of
Other showed
the amateur-ranks. State High School Athletic Asso- players-who up
ciations and National Junior College well were George Williams, Ar-
George Harris, Willie C. White, thur Thompson, Frank Newton x3
Elwood Banks, George McClellan,' Football Committee showed NEW MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION Gene Fullmer lost no, and co-captain Harold Gainor. :h
that fifty-two percent of all in- time in accepting the opportunity that he haJ been waiting for when .Y

juries in football are associated he defeated Sugar-Bay Robinson in their championship fight {

with tackling.The The champ from Utah. said to be > Jan.will, .
he plans a busy champion ;
Willie Hays Signs survey said that some 10 take on anybody they match with him.SPORTINGiT. Pizarro To Report zv

fatal injuries occurred,dufing the rtx

past, season. Data ,indicated that To MilwaukeeFor 9 s
p Contract For 1957NEW ;
26 per cent of all serious injurieswere t : UP ..'
to players tackling an op- { Ey.

YORK- Willie Mays, the ponent and 24 per cent to the Spring Tryout .

sensational fielding and hard- :players being tackled. ,
hitting centerfielder of the New The survey indicated that .the I SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico-Juan ;

4 York Giants, has signed his 1957 safest position is that of center.A JOHNNY SAXTON and CAR nament which was 'being held in Pizarro, the left-handed pitchingace

G contract which calls for a reported player in the backfield incurs MEN' BASILIO base signed to Evansville Ind., rather than play of the Jacksonville Braves in

salary of around $35,000. the greatest number of injuriesand fight in the Cleveland Arena against Negroes on the Evansville 1956 and now playing with the -4 ?<

Despite the factthat Mays bat- a player on the,end of the line Friday. January IB. Saxton took team. Bith incidents proved thai Santurce Crabs in the Puerto

ted only .296 last season and his I the next greatestQuestionnaires the championship from Baiilio all of America is not yet ready for i Rican Winter League will report

from 51 last March in Chicago. Basilio American In neither .
home run hitting dropped ,circulated to 20- Democracy. i to the Milwaukee Braves spring .
to 36, it was reported that! he is 000 coaches and officials, indicate took it back in September. This case did the withdrawals stop the i training camp for a tryout. '*: .

to receive the same salary. that prevalent problems in the fight will be a championshipmatch tournaments. The games went:on Jacksonville received the news k;

Since a brief barnstorming trip 1956 season were created by much for the welterweight title. just.the same. i officially after Pizarro pitched a $' yY

after the has been illegal coaching from the side- JACKSONVILLE BRAVES THE. BIG QUESTION around i
season.Mays; I couple of four-hit shutout ,victories -
; staying in New York. He will report lines, by illegal use of hands whena baseball fans heard with regret baseball circles these days Is. i against San Juan and Ponce {

to training camp at Phoenix, player is attempting to ,block that Juan Pizzaro, the sensational "Will Emmett' Ashlord. the first I recently. It' is believecTby many

Ariz., Feb. 24 with the early and by intentional grabbing of the lefthanded pitcher that played a Negro umpire in organized baseball I basebaH experts that the sensational : t

squad. The 25-year-old Mays won face mask of an opponent. big part in helping to push the get a chance perform in the II lefthander will,be another
Braves to the South Atlantic With the '
the National League batting title major leagues drop
Among rules revisions favoredare Louis Arroyo of Pittsburgh. He'ISI fi
'. in 1954 with of .345. League Pennant in 1956 had been ping of three National 'League I
an average these: Revision of the tripping expected to make the'grade in the +
in automobile accident it is believed that he
injured an umpires I -
definition so that use of hand or: majors next year. i
hi his hometown. It is reported might stand a chance. Ills widely
arm will not be considered trip- Pizarro came through with suchan :
however that he will be able to known that he has been heavily
Watch This Clown ping; eliminating the prohibition amazing record with Jackson
to the Malwaukee Braves scouted and that he is well on
report up
against leaving the feet when ville in the early part of the 1956
the list of President Warren Gilesof
,59-3-SO making a flying tackle; restricting training camp.ATTORNEY AARON PAYNE, the National League. season, there was a bit of fear ..
linemen after they have ,taken a among the fans and players that
147-91-691 for Joe Louis has is considered
the Ashford by
attorney manyto
set position on 'the line, they the Braves would call him before
U. S. tax be the best in the Pacific Coast
strongly protested a
would not be permitted to make the end of the season. It is reported -
court ruling allowing ,Federal League, even Bobby Bragan; the .
in the
3 2- any movement of any part of the that the higher-ups \
authorities to seize two trust of the Pittsburgh Pirates
body unless it is connected with a manager Braves system are very much impressed -
4 7 move to a new, location. I funds as part of Louis' back tax has had some very commendable with the young southpaw. ".

f 9 3 payments. The trusts amounting things ,to say about Ashford. The amazing Juan Pizarro fin ,

i i to $65,000 were set up for Louis' LARRY DOBY,who was traded ished the 1956 season with a 23-6 ...

159-13-419 I children. Tme Government contends by the 'Cleveland Indians to the won and lost record and an earn- '

,LEARN TO 'DRIVE Louis created the trust fund Chicago White Sox finds himself ed run average of 177.: He led the
7-38-59 I at a. time when he already knew in the same fix he was in at
The Quickest He lesfeetWcy league 'in, strikeouts and was the
Te Leera he owed back taxes.ALLAMERICAN. Cleveland., He and Manager A South Atlantic League's Most Val-
Sometimes ..'* .e 1 '" JIMMY Lopez did not hit it off so well at
Sometimes he's dove uable Player. His first attempt at
Ha adds, subtracts AJAX BROWN of Syracuse who scored Cleveland and now, Lopez will professional baseball was with

He works It .n! 4 rend DRIVING SCHOOL the three, touchdowns for Syracuse be managing the White Sox. the Jacksonville Braves in 1956. ,
I' in the Cotton Bowl game that Larry was never a favorite 'of -
CALL EL 4-0639
FOR 19th was played in Dallas. Texas was Lopez. It was the former Cleve % Y/y rt !
George Perpena an outstanding player throughoutthe land manager who is reported to tender for Floyd Patterson's s a e
: I heavyweight title put ,on the az aazu.d !
49-71.4 1134 W.5th Street football ,season. Brown's 43- have said, "Doby was greatly ", .f ,
r- I
steam in thec losing minutes of a
point splurge against Colgate was over-rated as a ball player.IT .r 2csir.&aaw
considered the top individual performance IS ,REPORTED that Tank 10-round bout with Julio Mederoto I

for the 1956 season. Younger, the great plunging full- win a unanimous decision. The

BOB BOYD, the Baltimore back of the Los Angeles Rams Cuban -twice staggered Jackson !

STRAND "PROUD WM.AND HOLDEN PROFANE"Plus"YO Oxioles.fust baseman has undergone may quit''' football before the ;beginning butt he damage was not enough
off the on-rushing Jack-
another hand o P tion According of next season. Tank is a
: NG 'GUNS"SUN. another This is a delectable Calvert Whiskey Sour. Devotees -
to attending physicians, former Grambling College star son who is eager to get -
THRU SAT. TERRIFIC NEW WESTERN chance at Patterson. of the Sour .the Calvert Sour -
place on a
the hand is expected to be in who_turned pro- From the first
JAN. 13. 1st JAX SHOWING! -
shape by the 1957 baseball season. day Tank started his pro football PRAIRIE VIEW STATE won pedestal,They also place it proudly before their I

ALL AMERICAN ..' BASKETBALL career, he has been a star. It is the Prairie View Bowl game ,that guests. And with sufficient reason. A Whiskey
: PLAYER'BILL RUSSELL, not known yet. :"whether Tank was played in Houston, Texas '
ROOSEVELT SKY Univer- Sour made with Calvert Reserve is a refreshing
the sensation of theSan Francisco means to leave: football for goodor against Texas Southern >. ,,
sity. Before game time' Prairie reminder of your own good taste-in all things, :
Dons and a member of the U. S. just the, Rams. -
Sun. Ties. J... 13-15 San. Tues. Jan. 13'' 15 basketball team has turn ROSEBORO to View was considered the under- generally, and in whiskey in particular. "
ROCK"Forrest Olympic JOHN appears
1st Jax Showing! "ROCK. ROCK; "
Tucker Frank lymon Chuck Berry ed pro and signed with the Boston be headed for a Brooklyn Dodger dog. The game was the 29th Prairie -
"STAGE COACH FURY" 20 Stars View Bowl game. TheTigersof How to Make a Calrert Sour Mix juice S4lemon.
TO Celtics. Bill proved he was ready uniform. The Hegro'.ClIIIcher with :
1 up. sugar. 2 oz. Calvert. Add ice. Shake until
'lul"SCARLJ" Texas Southern went down by
Plus in his last season
for professional competition Montreal Royals
"COMANCHE"Wed. cold Strain into Sour glass. Add orange dice, :r +
the of 27 ,to 6.
first game:as a pro. and the,talk of the baseball world score cherry, splash of soda. 3

Wed. Ttiurs. -..Jan. 16-17 WHEN THE UNIVERSITY. OF appears Io be the best bet so ,far THE WALKER COLLE'G'Ebasketball

2 BIG HITS -,Tlwrs. Jea. 16-17 MISSISSIPPI withdrew from the in early season predictions as the team is making great
Burt Lancaster All-American is >1&dy to be the strides under the very efficient
"WALK DARK STREET" Kentucky City man who Terr
Basketball rather ,Campanella of the tutalege of Coach Julius Guin-
Tournament .
/ second Roy
t -- & THIS MAN- IS DANGEROUS"FrI. Calvett
CITY"FrI. than play a consolation bracketgame Dodgers. The outcome of,a recent yard. This is ,the first attempt ,
is that the college has made-tDwardsports .
against lona College of New operation on,.Camay's .
Set. Jo*. 11-19 Rochelle, N. Y.. which has Negro eagerly awaited by the Brooklyn and the showing is quite -'
Sat. Jan. 18.19. I Ii commendable.THE RESERVE :
Randolph. Scott TIMKRJAOC"Techilcofor i guard Stan Hill in the starting front office. Big men of the Dodger _

"LAWLESS" STREET'Plus Thrift- i lineup, it followed'very closely a.. do not feel quite so jubilant BASKETBALL SEASON .- '
: Alt-Negro Pies:. Jme! Jim i precedent previously set by Mis- the operation. I is now underway in all of,the_ '
schools andihis column wishing
SERIAL ft'I CARTOON siseippi'State, College when it too TOMMY (Hurricane) JACK !
clear sailing io all. .
a withdrew from the Holiday Tour- SON, who: is rated the No. 1 con-: .-- .. "'"

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Saturday, January 12, 1957

Off The Blocks Group Holds. Dance Florida Stattals* tend"Dr.schooL J. Calvitt Clarke, Interna- SHRINERS DONATE He said the Fund would needan .
Chips ,
#. tional Director for Christian Chil- estimated $375,000 in 1957 to
s; In Richmond Tea RoomThe To Participate In"World ; dren's Fund, _Inc. advised Mr. $1000 TO NAACPNEW effectively carry on its legal work
Bailey that lack of food and cloth- and meet the ever-increasing
if.t ,*, BY JAY JAY Le La Lets Club held its ing.is still the daily lot of two- challenges of White Citizens
0 All thru the county it's deader.than the proverbial'doornail. All annual semi-formal dance recently Clolhing"Florida thirds of the world's population.In YORK The Imperial Councils and other foes of court I
,of the smart boys have aped the birds and flown or laying dead. For in the Richmond Tea Room. his letter to Mr Bailey, Dr. Council of the Shriners last week decisions which declare segrega-

the first time in the memory of many of us Duval County has a new The teen-age club is an exclu- schools have been ask- Clarke added, The universal gave, a donation of $1,000 to the tion and discrimination unlawful.
Sheriff. The question on the lips of everyone is "will the town sive organization, composed of ed to take part in World Clothing participation of Florida schools NAACP Legal Defense and Edu-
close?" Only time-will telL For one thing we have heard that junior and senior high school students Week it was announced today by will mean help to distressed peoples cational Fund, Inc., it was announced -

everyone but "Bo-Diddley" has been appointed a deputy.On which is properly chape- Thomas D: Bailey,' State School from below the Equator to today by Thurgood Mar- Nat/'I. Home Economist
the regular scene things are happening. The City-Wide Beau roned at all times. The purpose of Superintendent The week long above the Arctic Circle. shall, director-counsel of the

ticians are planning to bring a real gone "down home"-you dig me the club is to promote wholesome. drive will be held in Florida April The clothing will be sorted and Fund. Visits JacksonvilleHattie
mon-show to the Armory. They will present a troupe of Afro- recreational activities and stimu- 29th through May 3rd. "We are reconditioned before being shipped Imperial Potentate Dr. BookerT.
Cuban dancers. Me and all of my countrymen will surely did the late good citizenship.. hoping that at least 300,000: Florida abroad. Among the countriesand Alexander of Detroit indicatedthat
happenings. From me to.all those wigglers on the dance floor when- Chaperones for the dance included school children will bring areas that will benefit from in the future stronger finan- Henderson McSwain, 1
ever they hear a Latin beat-dig the show and see how it's done Mrs. Rossie Wells,Mrs. W clothing to school' during World the clothing drive are Austria, cial support will be given to the home economist fer the National
please. T. Harper, Mrs. E. B. Cox, Mrs. Clothing' Week,!* ,Mr. Bailey Belgium, Borneo, Brazil, Burma, work of the NAACP Legal Defense Livestock and Meat Board, Chi-

In the 609 all is quiet The loud voice of Cecil Coleman who is Inez B. Walden, J. C. Hands and stated. He added "There are Finland. France.- Free China.. Fund. cago, paid the a visit to Jacksonville

'on a break from the war, is ,the only sound. In the next block the Bishop S. Gibson. many areas of great need for good Greece Hong Kong, India.Indo "We are fully aware of the several during demonstrations past week and gave ,
Samba Room is about to reopen. A floor show policy,will be in effect. Members attending the affair used clothing in the world today." nesia, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan great need of the NAACP Legal and clubs schools I\I
Raymond Taylor will again operate the spot. On the other corner were Betty J.. Threadcraft Cathe- The clothing will be distributedby Korea, Lapland Lebanon, Defense Fund for money at' the ing meat. on techniques) cook-
Taylor and Bob Polite have purchased the "Burger King" franchiseand rine Pittman, Yvonne Hicks, Ann- Christian Children's Fund Inc. Macao, Malaya, Mexico, Okinawa,I I present time," Dr. Alexander said. \\
are open for business. They ,are adding a dining room and will !.ette Harper, Juanita Dismute, in over 220 orphanages and in Pakistan, Philippines, Puerto The official name of the Shrinersis Mrs. McSwain's territory covers ,i
offer full course meals as well as "burgers." Barbara Chester, Dora L Smith, over thirty countries. Primary Rico Syria, The United States, the ancient Egyptian Arabic '11 southern states and she works ','
Ronald Hall, Alvin Hampton, beneficiaries of the clothing drive Viet Nar* and Western Germany. Order Nobles of the Mystic Shrineof with colleges, high schools, home _
It is a fact. The Two Spot has been sold. We hear the sale price '
Prince McIntosh Milton White, !will be children in the orphan- Mr. Bailey expressed the hope North and South America & demonstration agencies and clubs. 5,
was in the vicinity of 75Gwhich is a lotta lettuce. A combine from '
Julian White Joyce Hughes, ages. However, clothing will also that every family would send at, Its Jurisdictions, Inc. While in Jacksonville, she visit- I
the "Gold Coast" is supposed tovhave transacted lb. deal. They are
0 Helen Robinson, Betty Richardson be distributed to children and least one package of usable Mr. Marshall also disclosed that ed and worked with Mrs. Ethel
closed now and will be completely remodeled before the reopening
Clara Walker, Flora Herring, adults outside. of orphanages. clothing to school during World the Shriners' donation was the Powell, Duval County Home
in a couple of months. I told last week that "De" is usually right.
Jacqueline Baker, Iva Baker, Clothing will be given to childrenin Clothing Week. He added, "If this last sizable contribution to be received Demonstration Agent and gave
Now "De" says that a motel and pool will b* constructed on the
James Cohen, Frederick Richardson handicapped areas of the Uni- is done Florida alone will raise by the Legal.Defense Fund demonstrations and lectures at the
old racing track next to the Two Spot. I
Jr., Cleveland Bush, Frank ted States to enable them to at- 300,000 pounds of clothing. I at the close of 1956. local schools.
Lieut. Jessie Jordan is in town on leave. In the manner of the Middleton, Solomon Badger, Ken- }
Texans he just left sporting a white ten gallon hat He is unassigned neth Belcher. i
,pending his transfer to Europe and expects to go to Italy. The madam, Eleazer
Elliott Betty Asque,
the former Berthine Walden will follow him. Berthine is making Mary Ann Pough, Barbara Pierce, Your Neighborhood Shopping Guide
quite a niche for herself as a dramatic star with O. Randolph Ed- Barbara Ellis, Loretta Young, j
monds' FAMU Players'Guild.. She is acting while doing grad workon Christine Anderson, John Hous-
the Tallahassee campus and she hopes,'to study in Rome. ton Barnes
George Carol Ann
Evont Bowens and the other Walden lassie, Lois, are leaving for Bell, Penelope Tolbert Rosmarie Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:. Courteous Treatment j

o the Far East soon. Evont is assigned to Japan. We wish both the Tolbert Robert Parker, Johnny _
Bowens and Jordan families luck. Britt Minnie I* Hand Patricia

-'. The Duval County Salesmen and Business Men's Club had a Stoney,.Robert Warren, Gail Wal- ; iTrade With Firms Thai Cooperate With The CommunityWhen ,

nice meeting at the Country Club,'Monday evening;' Plans were den, Marie Brinkley, Clarence .
> made for a big event you will hear more of. The group had a guest Wingate, Lula M. Osborne, Bennie
Errol Davis, well known' advertising man who gave remarks and Nesmith, Jacquelyn Wells, Shirley

encouraged the group ,in their endeavors.J. Cruse, Beverly Cruse, Gloria Reli- ,Considering New Construction or Additions LOOK LOOK

C. Holland was a good boy the other nite. He was taking his ford,Thomas Reliford, John Mallory Phone FL 9-9782 -
EL 6-3353 ....
niece Dot Cooper out to see the town. Dot is an RN at,St. Vincent'sHospital. Bille Nesmith, George Wells,,
Ah the things that girl does to a sweater suit. Don't drool Ronald Alexander, Shirley Stafford For Free EstimatesNO

when you see her boys she's spoken for and is just waiting to Margaret Nixon, Hubert MONEY DOWN $100 Trade-in
set the date. Nixon, Earl Harris, Walter Coward -

We speak of women changing hats with different outfits* but Melvin Jones, Ivory Ander- ALLOWANCE ON YOUR OLD TV

Grace Gilbert changes glasses. Grace is receptionist for a local optician son.Curtis
Taylor Charles Wilker-
and she changes glasses with outfits. To the fellows when you .
see Grace you'll not see the glasses, there's so much more to see. son Warren Exom, Bennie.Sloan, Attention Allenlion Regardless of Age or Condition
.. Eb Jackson, Coney Stoney, Carl
Another of is Mildred The artis- .
wearer sporty glasses Hampton. Kirkland.Jonstell Wilson, Lillian
tic Hampton is wearing some that look as tho they may have been Bryant Essie Mae Stewart Esther NO DOWN PAYMENT
designed, by Dr. Toney along with Salvador Dali. WATCH FOR ED'S LOAN 0 -:- -:-
Drayton, Collette Simpson, Na .
Bill Graham passed in a huff and a puff. He is busy working on thaniel Evans, Julius Demps,

his place at American Beach. He plans to open tne Honey Dripperin Brenda Johnson, John Demps, Special Bargains '
a few weeks. He informs us that George Barnes, well-known Wanda Crompton, Zeta Gibson, Bob's Radio T-V

character on the blocks, will serve as._ manager. Marvene Tolbert, Clarence Dray- Starting Next WeekED'S

Isadore Singleton, the other bar-b-que purveyor and his family: ton, Raymond Rose, Thomasina .

took a trip to the state capital and watched the inaugural ceremonies.I I Crompton, Miriam Sarjeant, Jac- 903 Davis Street Phone EL 4-2671
This year for the first time the bands of all three state universitieswere queline Hodges,'Cecelia DeWillis '
"massed" and provided music. Miriam Johnson, Theophane Bel- .

Edward Waters lost a squeaker to Florida Normal the other night.! ton Martha Verdier, Betty Anderson .1 LISTEN TOJUMPIN' .

,We thought John Henry Jackson would blow a fuse. He really enjoys Abbie Morris, Sandra Oliver, 612 DAVIS STREET
a game. Nat Washington.an alumnus of FNI could. not be containedwhen Mary Oliver, Ernest Taylor, Eng-
the Lions won. Among the spectators were Bernadine'Gonzales lish White, Willie Davis, Ernest
and Elmira Bustamante on the Lion side. Coach Willie Irvin of the Wilson, Shirley Madison, Sandra ...,. Phone EL 42137Charming JOHNNY SHAW

Lions. a Jacksonville boy, was wheeling a new "98 Olds." Coach Sea. Laidler, Lynda Sarjeant Annette
brooks is leaving at the end of this semester to complete work on Madison, John Stafford and Lar- \ THE DEVIL'S SON-IN-LAW
his doctoral degree. raine Hall. Tffbmas! Crompton was .

Inky Wilson of the Vocational School is still accepting condol- guest photographer. Station WOES

ences since his lassies lost a game to Jack Paul's Woodbine, Georgia Hostess
peaches by the close score of 54 to 8. IIeItJ WIltM 1360 ON YOUR DIAL

The big question on the "Blocks" concerning the whereaboutsof

Albert Jones. No one has seen the publisher since last Saturday.On MAID Reliable. 5 days. 10 a. in. APRONSNICK'S
the 16th of January Joe-Higdon will present'Cal ,Green and to 7 p. m. J\1by..slt! Sat. Thurs

the Midnighters at, the Duval County Armory. Looks as, ,tho the days off. $22 wk. including car- Beautiful Magnolia GardensWinner
two groups have gotten sand in their shoes and love Florida In fare. Mrs. Weinstein. Phone FL .
the entertainment world reports, seeped back that Johnny Shaw iso 93731..
Of National Real Estate Award
on the "palmetto trail" and is really capturing the hinterlands. A I Ii i
few weeks ago'he emceed and wheeled down Bradford County way. MAID Care child. Light house- For Finest Negro Housing
His sidekick Bob "Boy Wonder"** Hudson is still jockey bopping and keeping. Mo .-FrL. 9 a. m. to ....

,, playing like the Pied Piper of the bobbysoxers: 3:30 p. m.: Sat. 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. 5&1O' \

Ken Knight the other disperser of hot air and hot sounds is kick- Health card.References.$15 wk. :

ing and working like a Trojan on his Sweet Chariot anniversary. and carfare. 6318 Holly Bay Dr.

.' Again this year the affair will be held,in the Armory. Eric O. Simpson Phone RA 43732. &
editor and publisher of the STAR will again serve as master of 910 Davis Street j'4'
ceremonies. Whether you know it or not the boss fells at home before TWO GIRLS To work steam _
.. a'mike. He was one of the rust deejays of color in the Jacksonville table. 6 nights a week. 10 hrs. $
'0 area. $16.50 a week. 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. ;
$20 week. 529 West State Si.CANVASSER .
Glad to hear that Yvonne Daniels of the WOBS staff is im a

proving. Yvonne of the Rose Marie show has been confined to her SHALLEY SHOE SHOP
f -- Male. For Home
bed for several weeks. Hope to see her out soon.
Improvement and Constructionfirm.
r Had a pleasant surprise at the Silver Star the other:night. Many ,.
Opportunity for high earn- 'and Used Shoes
w" of the performers from the Silas Green Show did guest stints. In New
ings. Phone EL 63353.
I i- the house band is "Trombone" Watts an old-timer on the slip horn.
I. "Trombone" challenges any of the cool school to blow against him. and -Y FREE Per Month
MAID -Lire in. Health card .
I r: .- He formerly played with Silas Green and ask Otis Speights if he
references. General houseworkand
,., '- remembers this one, the Rabbit Foot MinistreL He blows a 'smooth ... $49.00 and up
care 1 child. 5 days and
I Djxieland horn. Also on the show are Blowtop and ZooMop two .PAIR GIRL'S SHOES
other Sunday. $25.00 and
every VA & FHA Financing
i dancing comedians who pick 'em up and lay 'em down. The boys per-
Xmas bonus. Mrs. ZelL Ph. EX
I I," ,9 form, a "showdown" and do a softshoe and tap routine. For the un- + When You Buy New Shoes
I*i- -. .' informed ask the old-timers like Kin Knight and Simpson what a Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete

!H i' "showdown" is. 89519.lie. X

.; -. Laura Wynn blew in like' a big' wind front the North and' is full Fir KMK -:- Cheapest Prices In Town -:- Block & Brick Tile Bathroom
& of talk about up the country. Laura and her aides are,about to launch -
i Sr:" their big Spring program. Modern furnished room for couple .

t -*". It is amusing to hear many of us wonder and ask why doesn't only. Hot and cold water. EL 522 Broad Street -

'| the Negro business man do'ibis or that. Few of those squalling have 51786. Own Your Own Dream House Payments

I: the courage to try the water,for !h" mselns.You should talk with Bill Actually Less Than You Pay in Rent
c,< Smith.Joe Higdon. Elcee Lucas. Eric Simpson and other business men Modern furnished room. Nice "

j who are in competition with whites selling ihe same or similar prod bachelor man preferred. $640 a Licensed*Palmist Reader
! ,,' 'r ucts. They will tell you how-we kick then take it all to Mr. Charlie week..1220. .W. 5th St. Ph. EL --- FEATURES
| in cash. 43485. Phone Sat. nights and and AdvisorMADAME
'{ 1. Sanitary Sewage System ,
! < : Speaking of suppression of the news, not a-single white daily Sundays. MARY' 2. County Approved Paved Roads .
j ,".. carried ,news of the parade of the Klan thru downtown Jacksonville r
i ( on last week-end. What makes so bad is they had a police escort. I E Comes From India 3. Close To Schools
{u. On the other hand papers are carrying every minute detail of the I BOY'S WANTEDEARN The Land of Miracles i 4. School and City Buses '

fc alleged rape of the white woman by the husky Negro on the New Knows All Sees All 5. Carports with Concrete Driveways
r Berlin Road. For a prime example of inflammatory journalism you CASH SELLING 6. Ample Kitchen ,Cabinets and *
{' should read the report of the incident in the dalies. We counted alL TELLS PAST. PRESENT end FUTURE. She will kelp you remove evil Closet Space.
t; most a dozen weighed words in the text of the story. FLORIDA- STAR iafltuBces* bad luck. nil spirits, and help you with your sorrows and ..
troubles.. Madame Mary will help you with any problem you may bare
't: It's amusing to see how the Southern lawmen can track down She will till! you who your friends end enemies are and will give Only a Limited Number Left
.t cullud criminals with the slimmest clues and on the other hand theycan't Apply Friday 6 pan. you a free lucky charm with each reading. She is located at 5709 #
? Moacrief' Road. Look for the sign with the big red palm.. See her
, track down persons who tear up entire Negro neighborhoods.
423 Broad Street
; be too late.
now tomorrow may COME OUT NOW TO
r We wonder if the Alabama police will be able to track down the
; thugs who bombed the six Negro homes. orMoncrief- OPEN DAILY,UNTIL 9 P.M. SATURDAY SUNDAY. UNTIL 11 P.M.

r h, : "* Don't forget the books are still open and the Urban League,Drive and LOCATION: 5709 MONCRIEF ROAD MagMlia Improvement Corp.

F t' is still on. Give both of them your protection today. Both of them ,
_ will help to keep Jacksonville from becoming a Montgomery ,or 2nd Railroad This! Act Entitles You to a Reading at Half Price 2479 West Edgewood Phone PO 5-2614

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