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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
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Jacksonville Fla
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January 19, 1957
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Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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o r1orq TALLAHASSEE Describing the wave*of shootings and rock
throwing incidents aimed at-the Negroes involved in the Tallahasseebus
'ir' dispute as"unexcttsable: ," Gov. LeRoy Collins this week. called Florida conference of National Association for the Advancement -
for: a halt of violence in the capital city. .
of Colored People this week called on state and federal agencies
4This sort'clothing irunexcus- to investigate'moves to dislodge a-Negro from a White Miami neigh-
: able and must stop," Collins said.
,I ;. 1 i 2. rir t "ItvisA .matter that. .'_ local au a :.H .: .r" ;. ..... ..Rob r1.W...SaunderSn: ,.field.sec-, .
PONDERING BUS DISPUTE Members of theInter-Civia Council of Tallahassee whose,lead- thorities"sfiould attend to and 1 ....
retary of the NAACP, asked Gov.,
ers hare been the target of violence because of the organization's efforts io securo unsegregated seating expect some effective action." xi Han Is Slashed LeRoy Collins, Miami and Dade

are shown as they gathered recently to plan moves in boycott. From left are Rev.JC. S. Dupont. Rev.C. .. His statement came on theheelsof :County officials to' give protection -
X. Steele, who reported his home was gunfired ibis week Dan Speed. E. W..Jones, Albert'McGhee, art apgry ultimatum by veteran to Frank Legree, a former
attorney Dr. James Hudson. Rev. ,J. M. Rollins Eddie Harrington and Johnny Cookie. Police"Shief Frank Stoutamire to With Knife Blade Jacksonville entertainer who

Interstate Press Service. the Tallahassee police force to put .. with his motherrecently pur-*

an immediate halt to violence.Hit <; chased a J home in a white section.
j ,f A 29-year-old husband was cut
by the latest acts of via Saunders also asked for an Investigation '
Miami with a pocket and taken to
Husband Held For Murder Negroes lence were the home of The Rev.C. ..1t. Duval Medical Center to be treat- of what he said were'

K. Steele, 'president of the ;<.,':'\ ed for minor lacerations of right attempts to force Legree to move.
t Hake Push For inter-civic council and the car of hand.J. Saunders specifically asked for an ,
Dr. M. C. Williams, secretary of investigation of remarks made by
In Wife's Bedroom DeathFuneral ( E. Parrish of 108 Madison St.
Bus IntegrationMIAMI the counciL David T. Hawthorne in connec-
t! told police that he and his wife
The vandalism came during a Betty Parrish of the same address tion with a protest meeting

Counsel for four Ne- meeting of the council. Steele told were drinking, and got into an against Legree.
services were held Friday afternoon for a 42-year-old gro bus riders asked the federal the meeting that "no group of Ne- argument and she cut him. Hawthorne told a meeting of
Jacksonville woman who was found dead on the floor of the bedroomof court this week to issue a sum- groes could move freely in and 200 white persons "this is the first,
her home at 831 West Beaver Street. apparently from the loss of mary judgment outlawing Miami's out of white communities as-long : .. .. Mrs. Parrish stated that she was time a colored family has moved
; .h :; not drinking and that her hus-
?; deep into a white section in Mi-
blood. have been -
bus segregation ordinance.G. as youngsters movingin :: ; btn'
band had been beating her all
ami. He added "It's time
Her husband, Robert Lee Short, E. Graves, Jr., said the city's our communities throwing :'''0 we
,She she him.
day. finally cut
49, is being held in the county jail answer to his petition "does not rocks and shooting guns without i called a halt and drew a line on
REV. C. K. STEELE Parrish was released from {the "
on a charge of murder. Short News CapsulesWOMAN present a genuine issue as to any .being arrested."
home fired on. hospital after treatment. .
The NAACP also asked the Jus-
found his wife's body and notified material fact Therefore, the : Steele's home is next, door to
police, according to official re plaintiffs are entitled to judgmentas : the church. White reporters attending tion had taken place on these.. Sgts. J. H. Miller and O. A. tice Department to probe the pro- ,
SENTENCED Johnson investigated. test
ports. a matter of law." the meeting heard no runs," he said. meeting.
I .
Homicide detectives said Short FREED BY ERROR The city's answer said Miami shots but singing and applausewere After these tests have been ---- --------

and other witnesses told them was not enforcing its ordinancethat loud and frequent and could made, he said, council leaders will
Short and his wife, with several BARTOW-A 38-ygar-old.Bar- requires segregated seating.Sit have drowned the noise Members meet to decide whether there is a Alphas Cite Dr. R. N. Gordon I
tow woman who,shot her 18-year-
I others, had been drinking Friday old son through the hand last Where You Please of his family were not at home. need for legal action. .,; ...,:._.'!'".,...,,..._: j '"t". ".._""._.. ..,......,,_,.._...- _. "" "
night at the Beaver St. address. Saturday was sentenced to a year Meanwhile,NAACP leaders this Windows of Steeie's home have : *':.;'. ,-... u. % fl .7 '.;

a, The Shorts got into an argument in prison, but 'WaS released on week told Negro bus riders io "sit been shattered twice previouslyby ; t ;; ,% ,C Y .
and scuffle over roomers not $500 bond through an apparent where they pleaseon city busesin bricks. He said a gun had been Jaxon Shoots Han .<( .
[: paling their rent at the Beaver St. misunderstanding.Rebecca face of the City of Miami's firedat, his house Tuesday night 7 c* ::1

place, according to the report. Glover shot her son, legal move to uphold segregation. but that he had not reported it. With A 22 Rifle 4 / % .:,...
Short told detectives his wife cut ,
The Miami NAACP Council in
Freddie Lee Brooks, with a 32 Await Report '#. '
him on the neck during the scuffle home'on. a statement said, "We advise our F.
rifle Brooks' farm
The council said an
and also cut herself on the people that from henceforth they attorneywas Mrs. Anna Lee of 914 MadisonSt. y.
north of Bartow.
right arm near the elbow.I Judge R. H. Amidon r sentencedthe may sit where they please on Mi- studying the city's new bus was charged with the Shoot- .q..l bGi If
ordinance and
One of those present was sent in ami Transit buses." seat assignment ing Tuesday night, Jan. 15, of 45N: i t A A '
woman, to a the state
that to take
to call an ambulance, and when: then directed that commitment There was no immediate indication no new attempts any Johnnie B. Peterson, 31, 605 W.
prison. seat would be made until the attorney '
he returned, he suggested that the .
; be and the whether the action would Bearer St.Peterson
delayed prisoner
t police should be called. The Short held until he could; check further,cause full-scale integrated seating makes, his report.A was carried to Duval
woman, however, protested she into the case.However I Octavio Cuebas, executive vice council spokesman said the Medical Center for treatment of
was all right and to "forget aboutit. the woman's husband : president of the bus lines, said plan could result in "integrationas laceration of scalp caused by a

." asked County Judge C. M. Wig- :1 the company would not change its well as segregation." bullet from a .22 rifle.

: Detectives said a crude tourni- gins to lower the bond on the plea present policy of segregated seat- Since'the plan was put into effect Mrs. Lee stated to police that
quet was found on the woman'sarm that he had three school-age chil- I ing."We last Friday, Negroes have someone has 'been stealing her
when they arrived the next dren at home with no one to care cannot change our prac- been observed riding in the front, chickens and wood.Tuesday night ( >
day in response to the husband'scalL for them. tice untiftwe get official directives in the middle and at the rear of two or three men were throwing

Unware of the ''criminal court from the city.. We have a fran- buses. Apparently an effort is bricks against the back of her
action Judge Wiggins signed an chise and must abide by its pro- being made by drivers to space house. She picked up her rifle
order reducing the bond to $500 visions." whites and Negroes on the,buses. and shot through the window and
Jax Han Held which was posted and the woman The. official said drivers will The ordinance provides that hit Peterson in another yard.

consequently released.TALLAHASSEE; ask. Negroes to move to the*rear drivers shall assign-riders to num. The bullet caused a flesh woundof 4 / 2y
if they take front seats.' He declined bered seats, and no mention is the''scalp. Peterson was treated .-
On RapeCharge The State to say what the drivers made of segregation. The segrega- and released and does not wantto l F .
Board of Control recommended would be told'to do if the Negroes tion clause of the bus franchise prosecute.The / \
Willie Home, Jr: 23-year-old Thursday that a fifth state uni- refused to sit in the back. was knocked out by the city investigation was conducted Y '
Jacksonville man, was ordered versity be built on a 1,250-acre Dade County Sheriff Thomas J. commission as .having ,"doubtful by Sgts. Miller, Johnson Kite lx'v
held without bond for county site at Boca Raton. Kelley told his officers to enforce valIdity and.Patrolman Massey. .

jury action on a rape The Boca Raton site is an air- state segregation laws until they Steele said Wednesday Council
tDcharge following a preliminary port now under 25-year lease to. have been formally ruled invalid. officers had started riding the WALDORF VANDORIA
hearing before Justice of the the Air Force. Kelley said his men would take buses throughout the city to test CAFETERIA ROBBED :!.
Genevieve Medlock. action if racial incidents occurredon the operation of'the seat assign- A thief broke two padlocks off
Peace State Atty.William A.Hallowes, buses outside Miami city ment ordinance. the front door and then pried the CITED FOR WORK Dr. B. N. Gordon. left, prominent St. -:

who examined witnesses at 'the the woods off Heckscher drive I limits. "We are particularly concerned regular lock off the door to enter Augustine physician'Is seen receiving the Alpha Phi Alpha Plaque -

hearing said he plans to presentthe Monday night She-said she was Federal Judge Emett Choa'te whether Negroes riding buses the Waldorf Vandoria Cafeteria, for Us worthwhile contribution to humanity from Raiford Brown Jr.",

case to the grand jury next threatened with an iron lug I ruled Jan. 3 that the city's segre- serving the predominantly white 700 Broad Street the orsP'ftltJoaaewed member as 1;. James Greene.Jacksonville
wrench with which the alleged attacker gation ordinances were unconsti- sections of the city are being dis- Missing from the'business place
Friday.A school principal who delivered the installation acdress.1oob on. ,
48-year-old white woman earlier had struck her com- tutional but has not put his rulingIn criminated against because some were a radio valued at $15 and

told a'story of being assaulted in panion. .. I formal order. of the worst cases of discrimfna: 20 cartons of cigarettes. ,_ ._ __ -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO.. j



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J,1 .''-. : ). ." ,oJ NEWS .r lJt-.',,_-'' is Mlt "T laR .r Politics As Usual .rt, .

H'.', .. .. j Published by Th. Florida Star Publishing Co. .. .

Malliaa Address .
I ': o .;r v_., P. O. Box 561, Jacksonville: 1, Florida .. 3 .4k1 y.;; BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
4 r ; 423 Brood Street, Jacksonville, Florida Phone Eight -43773. NAACP MEMBERSHIP INCREASES DESPITE '

,, '. < ,, Eric O. Simpson .................__1._.__ _...__.__ ,Editor- ;: 'i'v ATTACKS IN DIXIE '
i ,Louise Galayord ....,..........._....... ..............._...._..- MaaotiaI Editor NEW YORK Membership in the National Association the
C. Parhom Johnson .__..____--....... ...... News Staff Advancement for
;"; of Colored People reached the 350.000 mark in 1956
Alranoe Richardson ______. Circulation Dept.
: despite the ban on operations in the slates of Alabama. Louisianaand
?) : : Member of Associated Negro Press
Texas. Gloster B. Current director of branches reported at the
; SUBSCRIPTION 'RATES Association's 48th annual meeting in New York last week.
:. '- .' One Year, $5 Jfl; Half Year S3.M .Three ).\0...., $1.10. The extra efforts of NAACPunits '
: Mailed To You, Anywhere In the United States. I I
tit. :: ; Subscriptions Payable In Advance. Send Cheeks or'Money Orders To: outside of the South" Mr. Discussing NAACP finances, he
t FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA, Current said, emphasized that "the persecutionof

P ; "offset the loss the Association and the defiance -

; in those states" and evasion of the (Supreme)
New Filihisler :RileNoGuaraityOfCivilliijltb
g Proposed ; }
t -: a4.Md and as a result Court ruling by some southern
the total mem- states stimulated rather than dim

I tk. bership was in- i I inished the financial and moral

creased by ii support received by the NAACP.

5 1st about 40,000. Through Dec. 21, 1956, he re-
Negro leaders have come to the conclusion that based on During 1956, he ported, the general fundof
i 'the record, the proposed change in the filibuster rule sponsored continued, new the Association operating received from

by Senate leaders Lyndon Johnson and William F. local NAACP all
: sources amounted to $628,906
i Knowland and others offers little hope for enactment of civil 4 x units chartered i p "the ",
I \ s' .. highest total in its history.
rights laws. 1 included 46 The amount represents $48,000

However "it has-been.pointed,out, 'the proposal is recognition branches, 42 more than the sum for the same

of the validity of.:the position of rthose senators who t youth* councils Simpsonand period in 1955. More than 50 per
on Jan. 4 supported the Anderson motion to "adoPa new Sen-. 13 college chapters in 23 cent of the total was received in
ate rules.. I states. By the end of the year the form of individual member-

S .a there were 1,513 local units in 44 ship fees.
if The recommendation of the sponsoring senators that cloture states the District of Columbiaand '
With the addition of $98,636 in
be invoked by two-thirds of the senators present and the Territory of Alaska.Mr. life membership payments, $5,604in

voting "is an improvement over the present Rule'22 but takes Current reported that bequests, "year-end '

us back to the period 1917-1947 when such a rule was in effect branches in 12 cities enrolled ," and receipts for the adjustments last

," the NAACP executive, secretary Roy Wilkins,asserted. than
more 5,000 members each in ten days of the year, it is expectedthat

"The record shows that under this rule," he declared, 1956..Leading this list was Detroit the total NAACP income for

cloture was never secured on a civil rights issue. would with 18204. Los Angeles with 14.- 1956 will be "in excess of $800-

1 be much more desirable'to.adopt,majority rule. "Bui He Is Still Riding Trains Out Of The Nation's Capitol" 196 was, 13101.second Others followed in this by Cleveland group 000, Mr. Wilkins said.

"We Have Not Been Stopped"In
"The new language proposed for Section 3 which declares included: New York (Manhattan

; the Senate rules to be continuing would seem to be counter The tendency to expose yourselfto only) 11.871: Baltimore 10,000; his report to ihe, meeting.

; to the opinion of Vice President.Nixon and others that such a i** reverses by being hasty in action Washington, 9,628; Philadelphia NAACP Special Counsel Thur-

r-( limitation is unconstitutional, and cannot be- binding upon Your Weekly and: forcing showdowns with 9,137: Chicago 8,724; Cincinnati good Marshall declared that although .

succeeding Congresses. We feel that this provision should be :those who hold the 'Upper hand 6.461; Atlanta. 5,863: St. Louis "everything possible law-

y eliminated in any new rule adopted." Horoscope Guide .should be replaced by better ta- 5,501: and Brooklyn 5,183. ful and unlawful, has been doneto

I i' .. I ctics. Thoughtlessness could up- '"The stop progress towards desegre-
Wilkins also expressed deep regret that President Eisen- set your whole scheme of things.ifyou Association's youth program gation." the record of the NAACP

bower's State of the Union Message omitted any reference to 1 WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR allow ambition and impulse to bert L.under the"direction of Her- Legal Department "will show that i

'\ a "rising tide of hate-inspired violence in certain southern BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL drive you without forethought.This Wright"achieved, Mr.a membershiphigh Current reported we have not only not been stopped -
communities period is a promising we have not even been slow-
omen of 24,450 during 1956. Thedivision
By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES for achieving some of the results .down-" ,
Mr. Wilkins communicated the NAACP's position to the succeeded in obtaining a
President in a telegram dispatched on Jan. 10, directly after that have been eluding you, dur-. number of scholarships to help Mr. Marshall called southern

l President Eisenhower had delivered the message to Congress., circumstances, so adhere to cau- ing the course of the month to young people who were ousted anti-NAACP actions "unconstitutional" -

Born March 21 thru April 19 tious measures and the conserva- follow. from southern colleges because of and "certainly violative of
Southern violence Mr. Wilkins pointed 3 77 60 12 72 606 the spirit of our that
against Negroes, their government
A loss activities in
can become a gain. There tion of assets. This period offers the desegregation
I' out, "does not represent the will of the majority of either race, situation has always upheld freedom of as-
that and
are: signs an unexpected additional evidence that hard campaign others who
but rather is deliberately instigated by a ruthless minority of of SAGITTARIUSBorn needed help to sembly, freedom of speech, the
an emotional nature or in work and economical carry on their
.'' .f whites determined to prevent implementation of the Supreme the speculative fields could bring the'road'to security. ways pave NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21 work." right to petition the government,
( Court's anti-segregation rulings." Truth will out. If you have and the right to use the courts for
about the loss of a friend or ma- 2-30-22-13-71 -545 Life Memberships Increase
been beset with misinformation redress against unconstitutional ,
I .f The NAACP official specifically cited ,the "bombing last terial holdings. As long as you or misgivings rumors ,. Miss Marion Stewart, of the life acts of state officers.

t night (Jan..9)) of four Negro churches in Montgomery, Ala.," have not deliberately brought LEO should go far- in revealing where you membership drive, reported a The ;

f I II ',, which "sharply points up the need ,of, a Presidential rebuke about whatever transpires, you Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 I trutht begins and deception ends. total of 582 new life members en- civil rights attorney said

: -:; to criminals who conspire to wreck places of worship." may expect something else to en- Think before you strike. The !After this day, should find rolled during 1956, as comparedwith southern officials are "requiring"the
you Legal Department to "estab-
sue which could make you the lack of harmony between couplesor 486 in the
I' The NAACP for some time has indicated its wish that gainer after all is said and done. associates and conflict with yourself in a much more favor- 289 1954. previous year and lish legal precedents in the federal
I President Eisenhower speak out in support of law and order This period offers a fine opportunity rivals are likely to have unexpected able striking position, althoughyou in the activity> courts which will affirmativelyblock
I in the South. should still put off hasty ac among branches to secure life them from continuing to p
I -- to achieve a heart's desire anda consequence for most Leos, members
was also reported by
personal boost which can be those tion. Faith stimulates your men- use so-called legal means in an
particularly who respond to Miss Stewart.
; This increased
: termed tal processes, and shows that you activity effort to ;accomplish their unlaw-
a success. quick impulses.. Should
I change be
::1 Need For Big Brother ovemeii ,8-40-33-17- 9343TAURUS forced. on you because of circum- should get busy planning, visiting, life has members.stimulated recruitmentof ful purposes."

stances you cannot prevent, follow and getting your ideas accepted in "Before long' he predicted. "we
places where. they will add to Reviewing civil rights advancesof will have
\ precedents enough to
sound advice which discloses that
: To Aid Jacksoiviile Youth Seei your prospects of success. the past year, M. Wilkins recalled protect ourselves against all such
:Born April 20 thru May 20 this will be for your future good.
150441687349CAPRICORN that "the process of desegregation f
;Use subtlety, not forcefulness.The Just hold on to your faith that
of public schools went
\ We noticed with concern that Big Brother Week, celebrated danger of trying to make re- better times are on the way. :forward in 1956 despite resistancein Calling civil" rights advances a
America last week all but unnoticedby 670661867101VIRGO "tough job, Mr. Marshall asserted .
throughout went sults as well as people conform to Born Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 some 'hard-core' states." that "will the
I require resources .
the men in our community who might have given support your will is accentuated by the r The law of compensation works. Events of 1956 indicated he of all groups rather than
to such a movement... Sun opposite Uranus (24th). Your
You should take all measures necessary said, that "only organized intimi- those of Negroes alone." Negroes
Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23
The purpose of the Big Brother movement is to guide main.strength lies in the accumulation Life is a struggle. The difficulties to protect your invest- dation of white citizens and public in the South, he said have a
troubled boys to good citizenship-which makes us wonder of cash and the world'sgoods ments, dividends, join resources officials prevents a beginning'"deep-rooted determination" to
encounter in connection
if in the Jacksonville not and you should not let up I you and savings by pursuing the sound made '
s responsible men community are with productivity, good labor being on school desegregation "insist upon their rights in a law-
aware of the fact that Duval County has many, "troubled" Negro your efforts in these directions. relations and conservative course. Con- in sources of communities." ful moral manner."
well-being, services and
t boys. The truth is, figures from the Juvenile Court records Your sign favors bringing your vince your mate or other key asso- -
supplies may be traced back to
show that in proportion. to the per capita population, more long-range projects into focus. ciates that your economical and
your attitudes or something
Negro boys than whites appeared before the court during the 150441273391GEMINI you prudent ways are far superior to
; have failed to do in the past. Set-
past year. Although the figures were not broken to show the backs should impel you to* seek to any other. Your sign, gives ample
number of boys committing crimes and the number appearing 'confirmation that security and
clarify the exact nature of
in dependency cases the figures,still indicate that there is a Born May.21 thru June 21 problems and set about rectifying your stability are gained when you

'' great need for individual counsel for these boys. For, would Qnly facts count. The best rule mistakes. A-'small sacrifice now follow your natural instincts to

'. not a boy from a broken home need personal counsel and to.go by is to play safe and to go may forestall the need of a large :conserve, preserve and build.

l : companionship? only in the direction that is indi- one later. Your sign implies thata Wealth comes with success.

1 Big Brothers of America is a national association with cated by events. You should get lot of hard work lies ahead. This 5-90-88-19-78-749
: the benefit of some very: fine
problem I surely is a challenge you can meet
interventionby AQUARIUSBorn
counsels and personal
puts with confidence..
Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18
influential friend if
an you
with a mature, responsible man whom he can identify. It 7-88-90-16-85-777 i
need enlightenment or guidancein An exciting cycle beg ins.
augments and supplements, BUT DOES NOT DUPLICATE,
connection with legacies, in- Whether you make or break an
i.1 :: the service rendered by other youth agencies. LIBRA
vestments and partnership fin- alliance under the impelling effectof
Through its "One Man-Qae Boy" approach, the Big Brother ances. This period opens a phase Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 your sign, you can expect sud- 55--5 S :

.. movement makes it possible for the boys in need of in your life when travel, educa- Things get underway. Bar all den developments which will give

:, friendship understanding and ,counsel to have the guidance tional* philanthropic and higher- extremes as far as your emotionsare your existence a new and inter-

of a mature; intelligent and interested man who has volun- mind projects will capture your concerned. Frineds as well as esting twist. This period will give

teered to help direct him toward sound character development imagination. Steady allies will cash or possessions could be lost you the chance, by indirect meth-
.. through impulsiveness. Your sign
: ......,...1.. collaborate. creates a much friendlier climatefor ods, to capitalize on local circumstances

t'; :,: The boy helped may be in difficulty,with the>law; he maybe 5-20 55-16-65-731 complete cooperation and the a removal or business

l .5 : fatherless; or one whose,,home background,;personality or attainment of good results that connection. You must not let any
..'1 has resulted in ,he CANCER grass grow under your feet when
r. physical handicap maladjustment; or maybe measure up to your most profiund
:; : just a boy who is unha.PPy'and inDeed: ,of male influence Born June 21.thru July 22 expectations. The present is the your personal interests are at

.:. and companionship. Through encouragement 'and, friendship It's time for a change. If you forerunner of many pleasures in stake. Tighten marital and friendly -

a stabilizing influence is ,brought to :bear on the boy in his make the right connections and the offing through creativeness, bonds and promote good part-

most ,formative years. AU Big Brothers; volunteers under take full advantage of the'id that attachments and the younger set. nership and public relations so as

< the supervision of the trained, professional ;staffs of Big other people can give you, it 9-100-99-13-79-349 ',to have all the backing you may Features
need on your approaching
i Brother agencies. should make it possible to strikea --

i """""-Last week, -a 24-year-old father two children was exe- very profitable deal. Speculation .. SCORPIO 8 success.-77-60_ -13 S3-412 .
1400 WRHC
cuted in Colorado's gas chamber:forXUP..DElUNG'ms' MOTHER continues to be a 'gamble, Born Oct.24 thru NOT. 24 1400

and'43 other plane pa.lersnte.young criminal was even under the most favorable Shrewdness' is ,your weapon. PISCES

t reared in a welfare home after his ;father,died. Yet his mother Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 KEN KNIGHT

at the time of her death, was:a;prosperous' woman. ET YUs. OUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 Shun trial and error methods. : ,

I Who knows that the helping-:baad ,of :a Big Brother in 'tWs co.oa. Loam score eMut rounaJf. Send 10 cab (..a.le ... Avail yourself, of all the expert '": .
the early years of his life might:sot-have helped to adjust this c. .) for .acla horoscope ordered "rllKlIL ladude self addressed, knowledge to be had before you Presenting
"" et.._' .uv.l.p.. Write lat.Iy. nh offer k.s act apply to miel.."
"warped" personality to stabUiiellus ..turbed mind .f the de.detoa. of Coed.. try out new equipment, methodsor KNIGHT TRAIN

._ remedies. The spirit of invent-
Who knows how many similar tragedies might be. - -
0 in ,the future by Big Brothers who volunteer now prevented to I P ABLG, FLORIDA STAR 'ASTROL0CUlACXSOFf .- I II iveness will be strong but there 8'-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly
,.. .. will be ,many problems to over-
of -'" #: .J "t .
citizens out P. o. lOX "S"
help make good ;yeuag;'hays being deprived :
I ._ come in the path of final victory. SWEET : ,
personal counsel from unckratftncftrig.male companions? r, ,LA. .- .c. I This period opens a phase when CHARIOT :
The Big Brother move e rt'is seeking to stimulate interest Nan. .S meditation and remedial measures, 9:90 to 10.90 Monday Thru FridayILUESINTHERNIGHT .

: and support for Big Brother work andtoestablish agencies I AMt.a 'I'II may be necessary to get yourselfin "

i to communities that are not now active in this service. Anyone better shape for the arduous

interesting in lending a hand to,the expansion of this work is I CItr '. .,. sat I tasks facing you during the ,rest '

urged. to write Big'Brothers of America, Philadelphia' 3,Pa. ea II JJrtr .: .,.' of the yea Success will 'be the 10:3012 Monday Thru Saturday' '

I The slogan of Big'Brothers-: "NO'MANVERSTANDSEN ''I .... ,dMt. --r.t.,..:. ..i: ;'"tfM.f6-: I prize. !
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!l. -t"L: ; {. :ccit/4.-jI.-f r. "' Chimy, (i loOm1CI..... IntMiains In Beautiful RidmMitil; T*.rem "' : .2 i t JlU'. I

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t Mrs. Margaret Polite of New _

York City received a warm wel-

come from her many friends dur-

, ing her visit to Jacksonville for

t the holidays. She was the house
guest of Mr. and Mrs.; Davis Scott

;1 1647 College Circle. Lt Louise

Evans, Mrs. Myrtis King and the
Polite family gave several enter- .

p ments in her honor.BUSINESS .
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Mrs. Florence J. Dixon, executive j 3k
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director of the A. L. Lewis ; '

Branch YWCA, installed the new ; .. : ., -
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officers for the Business and Pro- pJ s T -
fessional Women's Club last Mon- e t

day evening at the YWCA. I: -

The following officers were installed ANNUAL BANQ11&T'.Members 'of the, Qierry*Blossom. SoddLClubi; art Galleiie* !

: Mrs. Irma L. Lynch, president seen in the above photos as.Ihey.entertained friends.at iheiz.annuaLbacquti;. Gwets>afendingthe banquet include Mrs. Corine Capers Thomas Jones Mr. .;

: ; Mrs. Eva Satterwhite, vice Center photo reading. from left to right. members ol.the;club;are,showni and:Mrs.L.Thomas.,J. Blake Mrs. Lottie Ellison Henry Collier. Harry White Miss ;-

president; Mrs. Fannie Blue, recording (seated) Mrs. Ruth Gardner, Mrs. Amy Brown Mrs.. Stella?Lee. Mrs*.Willie*Mae. Alice
secretary; Mrs. Beulah Calway. Mrs..Lenora Marshall;. (standing) Mrs. Maggie White. MrJ..RosaAzmtLati% and Mrs..V Gallttte. Mrs. A. Gauche, Mrs. E. Laiimer'and Mrs. Ann Ruth Gallette. ,

Harris treasurer; Mrs. Opal Por- mer, Mrs. Mary Flanders Mrs. Rose Holden. Mrs. Cora Murray' and-Mrs.. Carol -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS

o tee, financial secretary; Mrs. Mar- .
f vyn Jenkins, business manager;

I '1 public-relations Mrs. Ozzie B. Williams,. director of Bridge Club Given Party .atI : :rdda Club; I Mrs.. H..... White Honored With Party I

MISS.CLAUDIA M..JONES> .,t iST'AigJA: Cy.r.., ., + '
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Miss Claudia M.. Jones will be

featured in a vocal recital, scheduled 9''' kt
to be held in Day Spring

!.,/ Baptist Church February 4. ,
She.is the daughter of Mr. and

: Mrs Claude Jones of Hastings and a ;

\ graduate of the Florida A. & r.t. ,
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NEW MEMBERS n y. Yty .
t Members of Upsilon Lambda '; r $; r ,
Chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha'Fraternity
honored Ernest D. R2 a d,, .a '
Jackson and Dennis Stewart at a K t' .Q
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:, banquet held last Tuesday in the Jr a +c .y
Richmond Tea Room. Wives of ; y

both the old and new members
: were present at the banquet. ,. '
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BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINSIN # BIRTHDAY OCCASION Mrs. Helen White is seen the above photo with guests attending her ,

ELDORADO' CLUB __ m..__'_" n___' .._ _" "'---'. birthday party held recently in,the Savoy Lounge..corner Fourth and Davis Streets. Mrs. White hold*

I Members of the Les Filles Bon 'LES FILLES' BONNES TEMPS The:Eldorado Club}; is.the setting_for-the above photo,showing: ing gloves.in hand is flanked,by Theodore Johnson on left while other guests surround her.

nes Temps Bridge Club were hos- members, of the Les.Filles Bonnes Temps Bridge Club as.they appeared at a,party recently. Members Guests are: Mrs. Marie Cummings. mother of honoree; Mrs. Catherine Prince aunt; Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Hartfield Mr. and Mrs. R..Elbron, Mrs. M. E. Austin. J. Golden. Charlie Mayhue, M. Yulee. S. PowelL
:; tesses at a recent party held in attending the..luncheon, meeting, included Mrs. Thelma S. Small Mrs. Vivian Wesley, Mrs. Jessie Williams -
Mrs. R.. L. Marshall G. Jones L. McLaurin. W. Sherman Miss H. Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. W. Baker, Mrs.
the Eldorado Club. .. Mrs..Julia Wallace. Mrs. Sarah Wright Mrs. Juanita, Williams Miss Bernice, Cornell, Mrs. Julia
The members : D..Reeves Mrs. O. Davis R. Smith,,E..Davis J. Brown. Mrs. L. Goldson. Joseph Lee Miss D. Bland R.
were Wallace Mrs. Elizabeth, Meuse Mrs. Cynthia King. Mrs. Mildred J. Pauline and.Mrs. Evelyn Wells. Hartfield. Mrs. C. Jackson Mrs. A. B. LaRosa Mrs. D. Council Mrs. R. Kilpatrick Miss E. Williams,
Mrs. Evelyn Wells Mrs. Juanita
.... -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. Mrs. N. Williams and Mrs. C. Dunhart. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO._
Williams, Mrs. Florence Johnson, o'
: Mrs. Mildred J. Pauline, Mrs. Elizabeth .

,b. Meuse, Mrs. Thelma S. Shirk YWCA Closes 15th Annual Meeting Women's Society Slates' Mrs. Nichols Elated Bethune Circle Plans. -
1: small, Miss Bernice Cornell, Mrs ,

;;. Vivian Wesley, Mrs. Jessie Wil- Meeting For Sunday Over "Hobo, Party"Mrs. Annual Recital
: liams, Mrs. Sarah Wright Mrs. Deliveries Branch Committee! Members Told'Ml"S. ,

t ,. Julia Wallace and Mrs. Cynthia v The Women's Society of Chris- K. B. Nichols, founder of The Mary IcLeod Bethune Circle

J King. Born To: o Mary L. Betsch delivered, an address on "Growing, To Fit tian Service of Ebenezer Metho- the Women's Society for Commu- held its regular meeting last:
Our Community" to close the 15th annual,,session of the.A. L. Lewis dist Church will meet at the nity Action, termed the "Hobo Thursday in the Mary McLeod
ROSEBUD Branch YWCA. Mrs. Betsch emphasized the importance of individual church, January 20, at 4:00: p. m. Party" held recently a "highly Bethune Community Center, 531
IN JANUARY MEET Lester: and Yvonne, McCray, and/or: personal growth.. The program is under the Chris- successful" affair. W. Beaver Street.

., i The Rosebud Garden Circle.met 503.W Adams St..boy. Dec. 20. I Mrs.% Alpha Hayes Moore di- tian Social Relations Department, The organization sponsored the Plans, were discussed for the

.1 Wednesday evening in the home John and Earnestine McIntosh,I' rected the New Stanton High son, Mrs. Madeline, Jones, Mrs. which is headed' by Mrs. AddyeW. party as the initial fund-raising anniversary recital, scheduled to

of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jon s, 1474 741 Spearing St, boy, Dec. 21. School Glee Club in its deliveryof Lillian Goosby, Miss, MargaretEllis Ware event in its efforts to establish a be held March 4, and other important -

West 19th Street. Howard and Louise Humphrey, three beautiful selections for and Mr.. Vicey James. "Islands in My Community"will recreation center on Edward business was completed.Mrs. .

\ Mrs. C. L. Jones, Mrs. Lucille 2831 San Dicgon Rd., boy Dec. 21. the occasion. Mrs Ruby Morrissette, chair- be discussed by Mrs. Elinor Waters College campus. Ida Hawkins, D. W. Perkins .
f Holmes and Mrs. Florida R.. Cave Littlejohn, Mrs. Marie Stewart, Mrs. Peters and
main address Magdaline
;. Frederick and Delma Tooley, The was precededby man of the annual meeting,. presided Mrs. Nichols openly expressedher ,
were hostesses to the event. Miss Eartha M. White, Mrs. Mazie Uriah Portee hosts to
a brief' worship period, con- over the meeting.,and ,Mrs. were the
4852 Brooker St., girl, Dec..21. to all who
1 Mrs. Violet Kinnon, past president iI i- ducted by the Religious Educa- Victor Sampson acted as record- Alexander, and several other par- meeting and provided varied en-
B. C. and Bessie McGhee, 118 ticipated in making the party a
conducted a garden quiz.
Committee under direc- persons. tertainment for attending
tion the ing secretary.The persons ,
Magnolia St. Dec. 22. success.
girl I, tion of Mrs. Alverta P. Cook. Courtesy Committee, head- Mrs. Elizabeth Austin, reporterfor The Board of Directors' enter-

; MISS MARVYlfE BETSCH Sammy.and,Dorothy Wakefield, Reports were heard from Mrs. ed by Mrs. S. N. Starks, served the group, annoimced' that tained with a New'Year's Break-

1 PRESENTS TRAVELOGUE. 516 W Stales St. Lane, boy, Dec. Wilmer Dorrell, Branch Commit. refreshments. Mrs. Henrietta Kin members are expected to be pres- fast at the center and gifts were. r

1t t Miss Marvyne Betsch, who recently 21. tee chairman who gave the high- non presided at the punch bowl. ent for the "Recognition Service"for Mr., Mrs. P. Taylor exchanged.Mrs. .

returned from Europe Claude and Jeanette. Hunter, lights of the YWCA activities dur- and Mrs. Alice McIntosh playeda members and to sign the mem- G. L. Styles supervised

I. where she is doing advanced .810 E. Beaver St.; boy, Dec. 22 ing 1956;' Mrs. Elizabeth Meuse, series of melodies on the piano. bership scroll as a pledge of loyalty Holiday Visitors games.

: t' studies in music, gave a travelogue Henry and Viola Small, 1203' finance -chairman; Mrs. FlorenceJ. and service of the new quad-

t on her trip last Thursday at Grant St, boy, Dec. 24. Dixon, branch executive direc- rennium. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor, former Minuette Club Staged

t the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA, 1 I Romas and Bertha Dixon, 2297 tor, who.gave a condensed reporton Girardeau Brothers Jacksonville residents, and' .
i 582 W.. Eighth StreetIn the overall _operation the their two children, Kenneth and
i Forest St. boy, Dec. 23. Social Club ,Planning, MeetingThe
t relating her experiences :Miss Branch YWCA; and Mrs. Made- Bernice, were visitors here dur-
j Betsch showed slides of interest- I Joseph and Marion, Bush, 937 line Jones, chairman of the Nom- Enjoy Holds Annual Meet ing the recent holiday season. Minuette Social and Sav->
Cemetery St, twin boys Dec. ,
.... ing places visited, including many inating Committee, who made the They were guests of Mr. and ing Club met during the week at
., scenes of Paris.Miss Frank,: and Lenora Timmons, final report disclosing results of Emmett and Arnett Girardeau, Mrs. J. T. Evans, parents of Mrs. 710 Court E, Blodgett Homes.
\ Dec. 24. sons of Mr: and Mrs. English Gir- Members of the Royalty Social
1089 Rd.
Betsch is the daughter of Kings boy, the annual election as follows: Taylor. Mrs. E. S. Dean, secretary of
John and Bernice Harper, 1005 ardeau, Sr., extended their .visit Saving Club held their annual ;
;, :Mrs. Mary L. Betsch, Afro-Ameri : Persons elected to the Branch The couple was entertained by the organization, announced a,
j W, St girl Dec. 20 to the bedside. their' ill fatherto party recently in the home of the
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Insurance exe-
Life Company
can Committee for; a three-year term: Mr. and Mrs. David Scott and successful meeting and that sug-:
P Charles and Charlotte Floyd,I remain here through the Christ- president Mrs. Willie M. Adair.
cutive. Mrs. Olga Bradham, Mrs. I. H. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson, re gestions were made for future
I 628 f helps St, boy, Dec., 21. Burney, Mrs. Gloria Holmes, Mrs. mas Holidays.. Members present included Lu- spectively. activities for the club. .
Emmett was accompanied by cious Thomas, Mrs. M. Nesmyth,
MISS AMANDA LARKINS Willie and Lillie Sugar, 732 Hortense Gray, Miss Hortense
his wife, Canary, and their three Mrs. Willie M. Adair, John A. i
VISITS JACKSONVILLE Court A., girl, Dec. 22. Jones, Mrs. Ruby Morrisette and HELP.THE
I daughters, Darlene, Denese and Refore, Fred Nesmyth Mrs, Eula YourEditorial
Julius and Mary Allen, 1572
t Mrs. Amanda Larkins of New Mrs. M. R. Simpkins. URBAN LEAGUE
II DarceL M. McDowell, Mrs. Annie Creigh- Page
York City is in the city on an Milnor boy Dec. 25. Persons elected to the Nominat-
extended holiday vacation. She is Willie and Maude Stewart, 3520 ing Committee: Mrs. Alice John- :Mrs. Canary Girardeau is.a. ton, Mrs. Susie Turner, and Mrs. Speaks for Progress .. FINANCIAL DRIVE:

the guest of Mrs. Falecia G.; Deas, Haines St, girl Dec. 29. I I I i graduate of the University of Wis- Dorothy Bowden.
Fred and Ruth Crutchfield, 1532 consin and is employed as a registered .

1496 Mitchell StreetMrs. W. 20th St, girl, Nov. 10,. .nurse'. Sr. .4 You Don't Have te Go to Town to Get
Leonard and Carmena Gainey, Wedding Bells Emmett .is a graduate. of the English .

Victor 1827 Callahan, girl Nov. 22. Milwaukee. School of Engineeringand Recuperating Home '
Sampson Abram Gibbs, Jr. and Ruby, Applications for Marriage 1 owns and now operates the LOW PRICESOn .
Licenses ACE Concrete. and Asphalt Company -
Installs Jewels 15-68 W. 8th St. boy. Dec. 18.
Girardeau Sr. is
Mr.. English ,
Marion T:, Lee and Aline, Box in Milwaukee..
in his home after- Your
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Rowell 2036 Venus St.. Both expressed theft gratitude
94. Lawtey, Fla., boy, Dec. 24. King ,
Club of, the illness which. confined
E The Y-Jewels Warren and Ernestine Baker, age 53 and .Elizabeth. Mitchell, to friends for the many social serious .
Branch YWCA held its first meet- 1778 Davis St, boy Dec. 9. i 1403 W. .18th. St, age 30. courtesies extended them while: him in Brewster Hospital for almost -' DRUG STORE, HEEDS :
Wednesday two weeks.
last It
ing of the year Harley and Hattie Baggs, 4217 I Britton Stewart, 730 DeWitt St, here.
t the 'new president, Miss During his illness, he.was-visit-
> with Moncrief Rd, boy,' Dec. 27. age 22 and Alfree Boston 915 .
Blondell McCottry, presiding. ed by l hix.ctuldren,.Mrs. Margurite Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug
Chas.. and'Odessa Solman. 1580 Johnson St, age 2L
MrS: Victor Sampson, chairman 2904 Moncrief Deleners Cub| Makes Exum of Raleigh,. N. 'c? Otis
Dave A.
W. 23rd St:. boy. Dec. 21. George, 4.
j ol the Young Adult Committee, Jack- Girardeau and his wife ,Alice of We Will Meet Any Prices Advertised
': Henry and.Leola Mercer, 607 W. Road, age 20 and ,
the following per- Announcement'The Washington, D: C.; Mr and Mrs.
officially placed State St, boy, Dec. 23. .son, 1726' Highlands Ave, age' 20. Emmett Girardeau and' Arnett In Your, Local Papers
sons into office: Isiah and Willie Donaldson, 604 Ricky Anderson, 1728 Grunthal.
McCottry, presi of Deleners Girardeau, all of.Milwaukee W.is.
Miss-Blondell the
and Minnie L. Bennett, president
Court F, girl, Den 27. age 22 _
dent.Missloan Frazier vice president James and Rosa Williams, Rt v 1574 W. 4th St, age 17. Club issued'an announcement this : .WOOD'S! DIXIE: PHARMACY: '

;.Mrs. Margaret Day, recording I, Box 293,Southside. girl Dec. 27. Robt. L. Grisby, 1019 W. 22nd week" urging all members, to secure sion, a committee composed of-M. \

;. secretary; :Miss Hortense Joseph and Sarah William's, St, age 24 and Marva L. Hilton, their personal.saving, cards M. Calhoun George Grant, Joe 1302 KINGS. ROAD d MYRTU AVENUE .. '

Jones chaplain, and Miss Rosa Lee 1478'W. 20th St, girl. Dec.,27. 1251 Grothe St., age 19. not later thin. F.eb 15. Taylor Mrs. Christine Frazier, P1fON[ .. EV 3.4971

Williams, reporter. Julian and Lucille Collins, 1221 Ernest Harris. Jr., 718 'W. 17th It was stated that the club's Mrs. Rather. White and Mrs. W. D lJrr W. AfiH,All Doctors' 'res .lptJ .. .
27. St 26 and Nora Dallas, 718 books will remain open for new Edith Tucker,. meet-with the sec- I!
i Monroe St, boy, Dec. age WATER AND TELE'rHONEBILLS
Marlin and. Willie. Ferguson. W.: 17th St, age 24. members until ApriL retary of.the...club.to,discuss: plans PAY YOUR. LIGHT; ..

PATRONIZE 1465 W. 25th.SU girl. Dec. 28. Samuel Price, 739 Minnie St, Jhe Deleners Club will hold its for tho club's anniversary to beheld AT OUR STORE ;

t Florida, StarAdvertisers Frederick and Ann Pinkney,! age 28 and Alnita Bell 669 North regular meeting.on Friday night in April at St. Stephen'sAME

.7'!" 542 FloridaAve., boy, April 17. Lincoln Court, age 23. t and following the business ses-, : Church. J Ji

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UniversaIObervanceOf"FounderSlay".ByuTriumph! Church :IIke


Right Reverend D. H. Harris I Day Spring Baptist 'Church District 7Ai Week' gelfyhM /}IUJltge"Grc

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Thousands of members of The Triumph Church and Kingdom of BY FATHER T. VINCENT HARRIS

.God in Christ throughout the world will observe the annual celebra- Rector of St Philips Episcopal Church

tion of "Triumph's Founders' Day" Sunday, January 20.
Thankful" services will be held Nobody: want to lire In a house that Is built out of green lumber.

in all Triumph Churches, Sunday, cumstances but controllers and Green lumber will warp and buck and sag when it has been exposedto

prior to the noon hour. At noon, conquerors." \ Y, : ; changing weather conditions over a period of time. It does not

silent prayers will be given by Bishop Harris will join the college hold together at the vital points: ultimately, it comes apart at the

members in an effort to send'out of bishops and all national seams.

beautiful thoughts into the uni officials of the church in extend- This, more than not, is what :.: ',. J A

verse.: A spokesman for the church ing peaceful Triumphant Holiday happens to our souls. We try to -: "

announced that this particular greetings. : .... r build them out of green lumber :\ } .

phase of the observance is practiced Scores of triumph greeting : hoping,against hope that they will

so that "all mankind may cards and gifts will be exchanged "ever hold fast" But, sadly we "

receive the ''blessings of God and between members across the nation discover one gray dawn, after the '

find the way to world peece and carrying messages of deliver- torrid heat of summer that the &
a once straight lines are gone, and \ .
complete freedom and happiness ance to Triumph members. Feast-

through the wisdom, and power of,, ing will also mark the annual we are left to take shelter undera

;......1.". celebration.- sagging, leaking roof for the t''S

long winter ahead.
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It was on January 20, 1902, at r ;
We have all seen this happen to
.12 noon that E. D. Smith Apostle
Activities ScheduledAt houses hastily built in "new
in the Triumph Church, is reported "
areas. In a sense, each was a
to have received a revelation
Jerusalem Baptist "dream house," into which some
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; from God for the deliverance of, ,
young couple put all their savings ,t
: His people through Church
I' mortgaging their future. The day a ,
.Triumph.: The doors of the churChwere ,Activities at Jerusalem BaptistChurch"

opened January 20, 1904. ; Southside, have been they moved in was a day of sinking. -

The day the ceiling plasterfell
The Triumph church grew out scheduled as follows:
A dinner will be held i was a day of despair-their
of the old church,Church Militant
Spokesmen for: the church claim in the home of Mrs. Inez Flynn, DISTRICT NO. 15 Members of District No. 15 of Day Spring Baptist Church are seen in the I mansion had become a shack. A

that millions of people throughoutthe 2025 York Street, on Saturday, above photograph as they met recently in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Grant. 1454 Grothe Street. I they had left was a respectablestreet

universe have been convertedinto January 19, beginning at 12 noon. ?. Front row, reading from left to,right: Mrs. Juanita Bast.. Miss Lolar Romans Mrs. L. McClain. address.

I the faith since the churchwas Services will follow the usual Mrs. Ethel Williams. Mrs. Daisy Hills and Josephine Jamison. There are numerous reasons

: founded. order, beginning with Sunday Back row, reading from left to right: Robert Carter Edgar D. Grant. Leroy Jordan. Leonard why we allow inferior materialsto

The Rt Rev. D. H. Harris of school at 9:30: a. m. conductedby Jackson Mrs. Willie B. Cromartie, and Horace Williams. (Hidden from view of camera are Mrs. Millie go into the making of our souls,

Pittsburgh, Pa. is the present the superintendent Herman BIggins. President Irving Cooper and Mrs. Marcie_Dudley.FLORIDA) STAR PHOTO. just as there are many reasons
why men build houses that are
Chief Bishop of Triumph churches Singletary.

t' and iis he who will spearheadthe Morning worship service will Ministers Set destined to warp and buck and Father T Vincent Harris
To Deliver
Rev. S.L.Sermon
celebration with a world message begin at 11 o'clock. Welton Flynn Badger sag.
t 1.Tor one thing In keeping "with the tempo of the "times." we
that "we free i and William Toombs will conduct
i stating : are Regular Monday MeetThe
; want our house to be built as quickly as possible. We are impatient.The .
'i from the enslavement of the devotion and the assistant pastor, To Mid-Term Graduates.Reverend
deliver Idea of quick occupancy rules the roof! What is first is good
t ent world, teaching us that pres-I the Rev."Mr. Jake Ray, will -
s Baptist Ministers Brother- enough. the handled plank or sill fills the bilL even sometimes
longer have to be victims of the message. .
hood of Duval and
adjacent coun- against our worst judgment.
S. L. Badger, pastor of the Emanuel Baptist Church, ties will
I meet on Monday, Janu-
Certainly impatience is not a virtue either in house building
to the mid-term or
will deliver the sermon Sunday prospective
ary 21, 1957 at 11 a. m. in the i in" soul
graduating class -in the auditorium of New Stanton Senior High Bethel building.
II Baptist ChurchRev. Strong souls, like,strong houses, are made out of seasoned stuff.
leaniifnl Magnolia Garieis School. G. T. McCall, pastor of the seasoning takes time-time for the dampness to dissipate in the sun

The .Annual.. Sermon Programwill Mt. Vernon Baptist Church will the heat to have its way with the texture and grain in the wood. So
begin promptly at 4 p. m. andwill'be Jackson, ]Frank Middleton, MamieJ. the School les-
preview Sunday
Winner Of National Real Estate Award
many times more no'doubt, than the Gospel tell us, our Lord said to
preceded by an organ'pre- Murray. Thomas W. James, son. The order of the day will be
His followers, "Not yet. The time is not yet. In patience
For Finest Negro Housing your you
lude played by Mrs. Lillian T. Johnny B. Foston, William H. by appointment..Rev. H. H.Robinson shall "
have strength in souls.
.. Ya +aV Mn+1d? ;mNnwyN,VRJeaWMtt J. Robinson. Other music will be Cherry, Cecilia L. Dewillis, BettyJ. is the president and Rev. G. your
2. there is
But another reason why we allow inferior materials
furnished by the Glee Club and Hatcher, Oscar B. Young, Al- W. Miller.is the reporter.
,.' I to be built into our houses and our souls of which we are all guilty;
yt the Stanto-Musi-Cho: under the thair Pinckney, Julian Graham, '
I and that Is carelessness.
direction of Mrs. Alpha H. Moore Sidney Arnold, Jessie M.. Bing,
We are "safety-conscious" people. We expect it to be taughtto
,and Mrs. Annette A. M. Espy, re Arthur L. Smith 'Bettye J. Mc- HMTEKNAL NOTESELK very
b1 e wdvr, f:: our children in school as an important part of their learning. Cam-
spectively. Bride, Delphia V.. Howard, Ar-
paigns for safety in the home, safety on the highways, safety over
Other 'on the thur Houston, Lillian Bradley, DAUGHTERS MEET '
participants pro-
the holidays, are all evidence of the concern we have to prevent need-
gram include the Rev. T, E. Rose "M. Bonner, Bobby L. Ricks, Pride of-Maceo Temple No. 186, less tragedy and suffering and death.

Wright pastor of New Bethel Artheiia L.Jones, Earlene Thompson IBPOE of W:, Dt Hattie I. James
Yet when we come to building homes and souls, the temptationto
AME Church; the Rev. Mr. Char- Bernice B. Mobley; Juanita E. DR., met last Thursday in the
"let it pass" is often too strong to resist. "Oh we sigh, "one green
les J. Crosby, pastor of Mt. PleaS- Jones, Richard B. Dixon JessieM. main auditorium of the Elks Au- "
timber won't make any difference. Go ahead and use it. At that
ant Baptist'Church; the introduction McKenzie, Brooksie M. Cro- ditorium, 712 W. Duval Street.
moment we set a warp in our souls, just as we do in the buildingof
of the main speaker by Mrs.; mer .Barbara A. Rodd, Ernest L. Members of the local Past Dau- our house.

r Estelle Lovingood, librarian at Pough, Mildred B. Jones, lona ghter Rulers' Club, PDR Oralee
The man in Jesus' parable who built.his house on the sand knew
New Stanton, and general an- Godfrey, Dorothy P. Lucas, Isaiah Ludd, chairman met to discuss
all the time, at least deep down inside himself, that his handiwork
nouncements by Miss Louvenia E. Little, Samuel L. Evans, George plans for the Council meeting to
Per Month would one day topple. Carelessness carries its own uncomfortableness ,
Solomon, guidance counselor at Presha, Mary E. Ulee, Cathryn L. be held here Sunday, Jan. 27. ,
into whatever we do, whether worshipping God or making a living.
Brown, Arthur T. Ludaway, Es- Observations
New Stanton. were made by
: and 3. These two of the ,
49.00 up are simple everyday causes of our warped
Professor Charles D. Brooks, tonia' E.. Davis: Eugene H.. Williams PGDR Hattie I. James and PDR ,
perspectives and loose holds on life as God means for us to lire it.
VA & FHA Financing principal of the school will .pre Annette Thomas, Charles Annie L. Stafford, treasurer.
.. There are many more, such as pride, lust, and coveteousnesi, which
Welton, Mozell P. Pearson, John-
side over the annual program,
might apply to some of us more than impatience and carelessness.
which is of the culminating ny Crawford, Ted Harrison, RosaL. PYTHIANS PAY LAST
symbolic -
Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete But they are enough to show UK how great is our need for God and
Ii activities for all graduating Rutledge, Princell Mungin, TRIBUTESir
the correction-the rightness. He holds for us through Jesus Christ in
students.Mr. Margaret M. Thornton Lula B.i Knights of Pythias assembled
His Church. The guide that each of us needs is The Bible.
Block & Brick Tile Bathroom Brooks reports that all of Covin, James W. Johnson, Robert at Geter and Baker Funeral The Bible is power-Gospel power, personal power Church

{ the parents and guardians of the Jackson, Jr., Hosea Kohn Lillian Home last Wednesday and paid
through which and
power men women young people are brought to
I approximately 75 prospective Hill, CVa Reddick, Charles A. final respects to Sir Night MarionR.
Christ. If we in the Church were to rededicate ourselves to "work
Smith, Irma C..' Walker, BookerT. Shuman, member of the Morn-
have been invited to at-
Own Your Own Dream House Payments and pray, and give for the spread of God's Kingdom and studi-
tend the program Sunday in order 'Redman, ,Jr., Benny Stokes, ing Star Lodge No. 2 of. West
Actually Lees Than You Pay In Rent ously, patiently, and diligently plunge into this book of books for
that have the Clynith) Council and Jimmie S. Virginia.
they may opportu-
light guidance and strength there is no telling where,the impact
nity to observe and participate in Hicks. : would end.
one of the most significant activi- ROYAL ARCH MASONS
I Our lives would
FEATURES --- get straightened out our homes would thrive
ties presented in the interest of Royal Arch Masons working
with joy; our community would be converted; and our world would
i ? 1. Sanitary Sewage System& the mid-term graduates. Shiloh Launches under the protection of the Most find the Peace of God which surpasses understanding. ,

2. County Approved Paved Roads PROSPECTIVE GRADUATES Excellent Union Grand Chapterof There is an imperative that we "get the record straight" if we
Arch Masons State of
Royal ,
3. Close To Schools LISTED BY RANK FinandalDrive are to be about God's work of building His Kingdom. And, the placeto
Florida, PHA Inc., to assemble at
f 4.: School and Buses Spearheading the list of the go for the first and last Word is in the Bible. .
410 Broad Street Masonic Tem-
names of the prospective gradu- There is'not in it! It is
a green plank all seasoned with His patient -
5. Carports with Concrete Driveways ates of the January '57'class are A mammoth financial drive has ple, Thursday, Jan. 31, at 8 p, m. perfect eternal ve, revealed to us in Christ Jesus, our Lord..

6. Ample Kitchen Cabinets and Helen Toy Butler Valedictorian; been launched by the members of Honorable Fred Alexander, 33rd The Bible is built to stay. It contains "all things necessary'for eternal

-f Closet Space. Rose Lynn Harris, Salutorian, and Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist degree will deliver the address.W. salvation. "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall

/ honor students Johnnie M.Hardy, M. Solomon 33 degree Rt. .
Church to underwrite the 1957 not pass away. (Saint Matthew 24:35): .
Limited Number Left Solomon L. Badger, Jr.. CynthiaE. of church DGHP, announced that all mem-
Only a program the Let us pray for grace to embrace The Word and ever hold fast

:J Robinson. and Mary A. Pough. THe deacons deaconess, district bers are expected to wear uni to Hope. So shall we be God's Church against which not even the

.1 COME" OUT NOW TO Other members of the class in ac- leaders and other interested mem- !forms. gales of hell shall prevail! .
; All Worshipful Masters and
cordance with their rank Mat-
bers have organized a "Club' 100"who

: Mafttlia btprevemeii Cirpe Doris tie M.J.Jackson Perry, Evelyn Ethel S.Coleman Hatcher,, each person.have set Individual a 'goal of and$100 group for 'protection Master Masons of the working Most Worshipful tinder the i FAMU ALUMNI SLATED TO MEET SATURDAY '1

Union Grand Order of
Dorothy M. Gillyard Anthony J. efforts will be made to insure the

2479 West Edgewood. Phoae- PO 5-3S14 Scott Irving T. Collier, Dorothy L. success of the'drive. Eastern Star, Heroines of Jericho, 'The J. R. E. Lee-Chapter of the FAMU graduates are invited to be

Pryor, Betty J.. Pierce Johnnie M. Daughters of Isis,' are invited to Florida A. and M. University
the .
t{ One group effort will be,a Red, attend the meeting. present ,at meeting.Mrs.
Alumni will hold its
White and Blue Musicale to be A banquet will be held at 10:00 Association Lucille G. Coleman is head
first meeting for 1957
presented on the third Sunday m. Saturday of the

IL : BUSINESS DIRECTORY afternoon January 20,1957. Members p.The meeting will be held in the night the Eldorado, January Club.19, 8:00: p.: m., in Mr.entertainment Evans said committeeand extensive

t of the church, will supportone main auditorium .and elevator
The Firms Listed Below Are RDCOHMQ ended As Reputable Establishments I of three teams. Mrs. Alice service will be" 'vai1able. I Sinclair Evans, president of the plans are being made in that di

t : .: .' Specializing Services and Products :Mack will lead the.Red Team. S. organization announced that all rection.

The White:Team-will be led by GRAND VENERABLE PATRON

....... : Ritchings and the Blue I,
Mrs Ruby
Team.wflTbe: led by Mrs. LucilleG. ,Members of the Heroines of
.I.I1" C le1 18D. / Jericho assembled in uniform last

The Red, White and Blue Musi- Thursday in the Masonic Temple,

.. _-, NEW A USED SHOES .MN EL .3-9329 .... Mww* EL 5-3033 cale is only one of the many features 410 Broad Street when IllustriousE.

t FREE of Girl's Shoes BIONWFS. BEAUTY SHOP to sponsored during this D. Gibson Grand Venerable Long Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.98

.: W MePair tiny H.w SLos Have Your Hair :Styled financial drive. Members of the Patron madehis official visit Me.'i FhMDress
t church supporting a Spaghetti
are Arch Masons
Royar were spe-

F SHAUEY SHOE SHOP To Suit Your Personality Supper on January'17, 1957, the cial guests at the meeting. Ties . .. 3-for $1.00

if' Specwtffts fo Heir Strong and Clamours birthday of Mrs. A. JJ. Coleman. Illustrious Gibson received visi-

I S22 KOAB STRUT 1137 awe. W.Lee CHUftCH Dttsle ST.- Tfoy Mae JACKSONVILLE Tbowas, Prop.FLA. Proceeds from this effort will tors in his office from 4:30 to 6:30 Corduroy Sport Coats '. _' $9.88

9 *Y : RIALESTATIj I I[_DRY CLEANING I aid The the drive drive.will'conclude, with a p.m.A .program was presented on Urge White Handkerchiefs '12-for $1.00 ,'

pageant on the Fdurth Sunday the 'occasion by Members of the '

night, January 27,. 1957. FREE PASS TO YOUR FAVORITE THEATRE
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: .,Satdrday.Jeanery; 19, 1957 THf fj &/Dot STAR Fogt the ;E i I

Ii Pinellas County Petitioned For Junior College ] .. ; .

Negroes' Appliciiiois Rejected International Officers Letter Carriers Officers Installed I IuYC ** ff4 'i i!

t By SI. Petersburg_Juior College Of Visit Sleeping Jacksonville PortersTo *** .

The possibility of a junior college for Negroes; being constructedin j
St Petersburg looms heavily now that John W. Rembert, principal The Jacksonville Division of the .
of.Gibbs High School has petitioned for such facility. Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Por- -' .

ters and its Ladies Auxiliary announce -
The request was made last weekat
the scheduled visit of their ,
the dedication service for the

new Gibbs High School auditorium EXTENSION Cl fCeS; International Officers, A. Philip E. ,, ; d

and was received enthusias- REGISTRATION SET Randolph International President r : j

; tically by an, audience of 1,000 Brotherhoodof Sleeping Car Por- r //Wew'i

persons, including the chairmanand ters, affiliated with the AFL-CIO; t s ra I

one other member of the TALLAHASSEE Fourteen M. ,P.. Webster Intl Vice-Presi- f

Pinellas County School Board. cities have been named sites for dent; and B. F. McLaurin, Intl : ;{
second semester registration for the week
Field during
Organizer, ,
Three other members of the /
extension classes of Florida A & of 12th thru the 18th. Mx
board contacted stated that they M, according to E. F. Norwood, A series of activities have been aau
are in favor of providing the
director of extension.Mr. planned during the week of their
"if is available.
facility money Norwood said that the stay, beginning Wednesday, February ..tari. *
The only junior college in Pinel- places for,registration are'located 13th, through Friday February C A UP of the Ptpsl Cap to

las County is the St. Petersburg from Pensacola to Miami, in order 15th. These meetings will these Americans outstanding woo make yeans oar

Junior College which has no Ne- to make the services available to be held at 11:00 a. m. in the Clara country and our communitya
gro students enrolled and which'has needing credits. better place ta which to Mve.PR1NCELL .
more persons
White Mission, 613 W. Ashley St-
rejected applications for ad More than 400 persons are en- I Thursday evening Feb. 14, at *

mittance from three Negroes. rolled in the extension class this Mammoth Mass meeting ....L.L ...L. ....... ...L ....... .a ...a _.1.
8 p. m. a '11II( sw.wwaAwsxdF
Last week's request marked the semester I will be held at Ebenezer M. E. LADIES AUXILIARY: PARTICIPATES Officers of the Gate City Branch No. 52 of the National -

first time the School Board has Location and dates for next Church, corner Ashley and Clay al Association Letter Carriers_ and Ladies Auxiliary are shown In the above photo as they were officially *

( been petitioned? for a Negro j junior semester's registration are: I Streets. Mr. Randolph will be the installed recently by John E. (Pop) Rutledgt. assistant superintendent of Caner Station. *

college and Christian, a member Cocoa, February 9, Monroe I principle speaker., He will speakon Top row officers of the Ladies Auxiliary reading from left to right: Mrs. L. R. Burns Mrs. W.

f of the board assured the Gibbs High School, 10 a. m. "Labor, The Negro and Civil Skinner Mrs. A.:W.. Riley Mrs. Kathryn Sims. Mrs. Edith Broadway and Mrs. M. L. Anderson. *

student council that he would ask Fort Lauderdale, February 15, Rights." Appearing on the program Bottom row NACL officers reading from left to right: W. M. Broadway, president: W.. C. White. *

the board to consider the request Walker Elementary School, 6 p.m. with Mr. Randolph will be vice president; E. L. Griffin recording secretary: Richard Lee. financial secretary: W. W. Johnson treas.

as soon as it was "financially" Gainesville, February 7, Quinn M. P. Webster, B. F. McLaurinand urer: E. P. Daniel. sgt.-at.arms; Spencer Meekc. trustee: John B."Darby.'MBA collector: and W. K. Har

i possible.A. Jones Elementary School, 6 p. 'm. several others. Music will be per. NSBA and noipilalixation collector. FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. *

Franklin Green, chairman: Jacksonville, February 2, Mon furnished by various choral 4S / *
of the Pinellas County School crief Elementary School 10 a. m. S
I groups. Mallhew W. Gilbert Announces Miss Hi-Y For 1957
Board, stated that "the school Lakeland, February 23,Rochelle Friday night, Feb. 15 the Brotherhood r. .

r board is cognizant of the Negroes' Senior High School, 10 a. m. of Sleeping Car Porters Named At JWJ SchoolMiss
[ educational needs and. now that Miami February 16, Booker T. will give its Pre-Spring Dance at Mid-Term Graduation Aclivilies ,

( they have petitioned the board Washington High School, 10 a.*m. the Duval County Armory, corner .

/' we will surely make a survey to Moore Haven, February 13,,' Market and State Streets.On Dorothy Nixon; ninth I

determine their immediate needs Booker Washington High School, Sunday, Feb. 17, the Ladies Charles F. James Principal of.Matthew.W. Gilbert High School, grade student at James Weldon New Stanton MUNGIN.Senior .. .

and study the demands for a jun- 6 p. m.Orlando. Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of : 1472 Franklin Street, announced that the.Rev. Mr. A. J. Hughes, Johnson Jr. High School, was Hlsn School *
installed of St John Church will deliver the elected last week as "Miss Hi-Y dealers salute
ior college." February 8, Callahan Sleeping Car Porters will sponsora I'newly pastor Baptist Pepsi-Cola Princes Mungtn of 12A-2 *
Elementary School, 6 p. m. Tea in celebration of its 21st sermon to the ,mid-term graduating class Sunday, January 20, 4:00p. : For 195657. homeroom and a member
I in the school auditorium. Miss Nixon out 13 of the I1- Club. He is a *
Palatka, February 1, Central anniversary. The tea will"be heldat m., won over member i First Corinth

Academy, 6 p. m., from 4 to 6 Mr. STUDENT GOVERNMENTDAY other contestants vieing for the Baptist Church and servesas
: Iverson To Speak Ebenezer p. m. president of the Junior *
Pensacola, February 4, Booker Randolph will -speaker for this OBSERVED honor. Usher Board. Prince Is a

t ; Washington Junior College,6 p.m. event also. Student Government: Day was Miss Sandra Milton and Miss music to attend student FAMU.and plans .

Ai ScoidsDinner : Sarasota; February 21, Booker The public is invited to attend observed last Tuesday, when pros- Urban League Closes Harriette Carter, of the seventh *

High School, 6 p. m. these activities. pective graduates took over the Fund DriveDr. and eighth grades respectively, ;; .. .. .
St. Petersburg, February '20, administration and teaching duties Raising won out as attendanlts to Miss ** 11\ *

Persons the annual of the school for the day. Mrs.I. Hi-Y.
attending Jordan Elementary School, 6 p.m. James H. Lewis. Chair *

scouters banquet, which will beheld Tampa, February 22, College Musical Tea SundayAt A. Wareen, advisor of the senior man of the :Jacksonville Urban

Thursday, Jan. 31, in the Hill Elementary School, 6 p. m.. class, supervised the activity. The League Financial Drive and INTERRACIAL COUNCIL .

cafetorium of Matthew W Gil- West Palm Beach, February 14, Emanuel BaptistUsher following students participated: Dr. W. W. SchelL Chairman of : *

_, bert'High School, will have an Roosevelt High School, 6 p. m. Lewis Baxter, Esley Baker, Inell the Board this week expressed i TO MOVE: TO MIAMI *

to hear Dr. A. E. Jones Ernest Sistrunk,. Betty h
opportunity Fees will be collected at regis-
Board No. 2 of Emanuel the appreciation of the Urban 1)1
Iverson, director of Protestant Relationships tration $7.00 for each semester Brown Barbara Smith, Carrie *
r, Baptist Church will sponsor a League to the many contributors MIAMI DESEGREGATIONWILL
National Boy Scout Manor, George Taylor, Lewis
I hour. musical tea at the church Sunday, and well-wishers for the BE MAIN PROJECT *
Headquarters, New Brunswick, Scott, Shirley Jones, Kenneth
20 3:00 The fine extended
January at p.m. program very support
New Hampton,Willie Bussey, Willie M. .
J Jersey.Dr. direction of ; them the drive. >
Lucky Sixteen Club is under throughout DAYTONA BEACH-The Flor- -
Adams, Wesley James, John Weaver
Dr. Iverson has given many Mrs. Laura Harris. The drive closed last Tues ida Council on Human Relationsthis Vx

: years of service in an executive Holds Annual Party The value and place of sacred Clarence Cross Roy Brown day Jan. 15. with total reports week voted to move its head-:
and Tommie Chandler.The .
capacity on national levelthrough-- music in the past and during pres- : received falling slightly under quarters from Daytona Beach to .' )
The annual party of the Lucky chapel presentedby k.' .' r
\ out the country, and has been acclaimed ent times, will be dramatized at program the half-yay mark. The exact Miami where the council will Sw I
"16" Sewing and Saving Circle the class proved to be an out
I by* leaders on both regional the tea. amount raised is being held make desegregation of the Dade "'co'CounA,
was held recently In the Lovely standing part of ,the day's activi DAWKINSNew
J i and national levels as an Special organ selections will be pending substantial reports anticipated County schools its ,chief project. Stanton Senior
Dining Room of the RichmondTea ties. Appearing the
informative and highly interestingspeaker. given by C. Barnes Fisher and on program within the next few The headquarters move and thecouncil's Cecilia High Is a member School of the
Room. Decorations were used were: Kenneth Hampton, presi- *
i freshman class and is an
Miss Marva Hilton of Mt. Calvary days. "Miami project" were
throughout the room, and various dent of the class ,who was masterof honor student. Her extra
Den mothers of the East and Baptist Church will be guest approved unanimously at the interracial curricular activities Include -
f' West divisions will serve as host- i games were introduced by the ceremonies; C. Manor, Shirley membership In the
t soloist. organization's annual
hostesses who .lovely in their Jones C. Cross L. Baxter W. M. St. Pius Drama Guild, secretary -
i were ;
esses and have planned to make The public is invited to attend. meeting at Bethune-Cookman of disc Jockey club
the scouters affair enjoyable.Dr. evening gowns. Adams L Jones, B. Smith, C. F. CONSULTANTS NAMED College. *. and class.member Her ambition of the organ Is to -.
Delicious refreshments were James, Principal, and the Mat- become a teacher.
I Jean C. Downing, general
The Rev. Caxton Doggett,
J chairman for the banquet, states served buffet style on two large Central Church School thew W. Gilbert'Band. FOR ANNUAL CLINIC of Rader Memorial Methodist pastor *

t that he is receiving full cooperation tables overlaid with silk lace Class officers are as follows: Church, Miami, was reelected * *
'1 cloths centered with largebowl fred Kenneth Hampton, president L.
from officials of the East and Observes AnniversaryThe TALLAHASSEE The
t i names president of the council and Dr. *
S Baxter vice C. Cross
president ,
roses. ;
West division, Matthew W. Gilbert of three moreprominent persons Hal G. Lewis, a University of r
I Among the guests present were secretary; E. Sistrunk, treasurer; ".. .
and fine from scout :
support Church Sunday who will serve as clinicians at the Florida professor, was elected: vice
Central CME

and Mrs. G. S. Jones chaplain and John
E. M. Mr.
Mr. Butler ,
I .officials of the Boy Scout head- School will hold its 51st Anniversary 28th annual meeting and the 31st president. The Rev. Edward T. '
Mrs. Weaver .
McEvers Pansy
\ Dr. Downing also asked Taylor Mrs. reporter.Commencement annual clinic of the Florida A &M
Mr. Christie, Mr. Na- celebration Sunday, Jan. o Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist *
\ ; that persons planning to attend University Clinical Association Church of Miami elected .l
in the was
} Stukes Mr. 20, beginning at 9:30 a. m. exercises will
than Gadson ,
t I 1 1 the banquet purchase tickets in, church auditorium.Mrs. which will convene February 12- treasurer; Mrs. William C. White, *
Claudia be held 24
tickets will be sold James Johnson, Thursday, January 'announced. '
: advance as no Richardson of 14 have been Jacksonville was reelected secre- ,a
Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, Mr. Eunice 10:00'a, m., in .the school audi- Y4s' *
I at the door. Joe Gibbs Mr. Grant Memorial Church will be torium. They are Raymond Lewis Hayes, tary and Herbert M. Davidson,
Wm. Buggs ,
t ". The executives annual report present and will serve as guest D.D.s., professor and head, department editor of the Daytona Beach : : .
. and Mrs. J. Jones, Mrs. Georgia George B. Nairn, principal of
will be of the dinner meeting,
f' part of oral medicine, schoolof News-Journal, was re-elected
superintendent.Mr. *
Annie D. Williams, A. L. Lewis School
i Johnson.'Mrs. Elementary ,
t i' and will be made by District it New dentistry Howard University chairman,of the board of directors.
Mrs. Ruby Hall, Mrs. Angelia Charles D. Brooks of will Deliver the address to gradu- ,
t i Scout Executive M. L. Rudd. will review -, Washington D. C. John B. Johnson
School -
Stanton High ;

> I Music will be' furnished by Matthew Mrs.Hogan Lelia Mr. and Robeson Mrs. G., Anderson Mr. Joe, the Sunday School lesson, and ates.Music will be under the direction M. D., head, department of : IErF I
W. Gilbert school, under the St Pele Han Dies
Black, Mr. Alfred Johnson and Thaddeus Kennedy will be guest >f George Hill and Mrs. D. A. medicine, Howard University, and
direction of Mrs. Doris Jones. Mrs.
'I Noah R. Calhoun D.D.S chief JACKSONNew *
All departed Jones. Mrs. Cora Ross is class
i Mr. G. Freeman.
R. L. Martin of the homemaking wonderful time. An invitation is extended to the dental service and oral surgeon After Car Wreck Stanton Senior *
; department and her students will having a Blab School
j. public to attend the program. Veterans Administration Hospital,
Ell is vice-president of
t II t serve the dinner. sponsor.'t. Tuskegee, Alabama. Previously, it the 11B-11 homeroom, a *
I Attorney Ernest D. Jackson will Bethel District'Plan had been announced that Dr. Jack LAKELAND, (By Staff WriterA ) roembe of Student Council *
,and an honor student.
serve as chairman of the Court of Religious Rally To EndAt .. White assistant professor of surgery St. Petersburg, man was killed, He Is Drum Major of the

I.J' High Awards and Charles E. Sim- I and director of the cancer and a state trooper: injured in a Blue Band and Devils Is a member Marching of *

min will serve as toastmaster. Ainiversary Baptist Wives' MeetMrs. teaching project at Howard, had two-car collision on U. S. 92 three St.His Pius plans Catholic for the future Church.Is *

Members of the arrangement ;{ '; accepted an invitation.Dr. miles east of.here early. last Tues to become a doctor.

committee are: Edgar Saussy J. J. District No. 15 of Bethel Baptist H. H. Robinson, president II'
11 Hayes earned the bachelorof day.The
; Nixon, Major Bryant, Thornton E. Institutional Church is observingits : of the Baptist Ministers' Wives arts and the master of sciencedegrees'at dead man, driver of a car * *

/. Belcher, Frank Chatman Edgar first anniversary celebration,, Alliance will preside over the ,- the University of Mich- which swerved: into the path of.

f Alston James H. Steeley, W. P. Sunday, Jan, 27, from 4 to 6 p. m, meeting scheduled to be held D.D.s. from the highway patrol cruiser, was "<

'. Holmes, Dozell Varner and in the home of Mrs. Alice Kirk-, Monday, Jan. 21, 5:00 p. nx, in the igan and the degree identified as Cleo L Simmons 26,, Congratulations from Pepsi
He is
Indiana ,University. a diplo- Cola to these three Merit
: Grover C. Hagans. Patrick..943 W. 8th St. home of Rev. and Mrs. Lee Mc .'r mate American Board of Oral of 233 Melrose SL, StPetersburg. Award winners! -

} L. R. Aarons is district commissioner A program is planned in connection ', Queen, 1414 Powhattan Street The injured trooper Glenn A.i
member of the National
Medicine a
West division and 'with the event, ending m Swofford Lake Wales Utttn.to Pepsi Merit Award
for the t A religious birthday rally will 32 was reported -. :m
the salutations Cola
"': Dental Association, on Pepsi
f' G. A. Mackey is district commis- a social hour.Refreshments. terminate at the, meeting, which W :, American Academy of Oral Path- in "satisfactory" conditionin T1EN: -TIME, WRHC, 1400

: sinner for the East division. will be served. will consist of a devotional period American Academy of Morrell Memorial Hospital here. on your dial, Saturdays
ology. .
10:45 to 11:45 A.M.Pepsi
, and a review of. the Sunday
i J" Dental Medicine, American Association -

School lesson. .',,-;. of Endodontists, Sigma Xi of dentistry in 1948: with the degree ,* .I!

: rW' roe f Ritz Theatre Quiet Annual reports will be-made by : Club and Omicron Kappa Upsi- of doctor of dental surgery.He *

Mrs. B. W. Williams, financial _, Ii was graduated from Tufts
secretary Mrs.W. L. Jon s, treas- lon.Dr
; *
Medical ,and Dental School with
FRIDAY & SATURDAY;' JANUARY 18 & 19 BANQUET SPEAKER Dr. Johnson was graduated
;' FIRST RUN urer; and Mrs. H. H. Robinson, Albert E. Iverson National Direc- from Western Reserve UniverSitywith the master of dental surgery degree .

"ONE WAY TICKET TO. HELL president. tor of Protestant Relationships. the M.D. degree. He was a in 1955. ,
Members'are expected to be '| He is a diplomat of the American .
.; and National Boy Seoul Headquarters.New fellow in medicine at the University
(? '7ACK McCALL DESPERADO" present at the meeting. Brunswick. New Jersey. will of Rochester during the period Board of Oral Surgeons and *

be guest speaker for the annual 1939-41, and a fellow, at Columbia the American Dental Association.

.l ;"Y *>, SUNDAY :THRU WEDNESDAY JANUARY, 20-23 Ninth" Anniversary Set Scouters banquet to' be held University in 1949. He was I

' 7Jost.: ** ---r FIRST RUN 31. in the cafe doctorate
Thursday. January awarded an honorary
,':;- :';*." ,it'" "ATTACK"aaJ For Royal Palm ClubThe torium of the Matthew W.. Gilbert degree from Tuskegee Institute in COLD S9FFEIEIS
:.L ') .' ,. "GREAT DAY IN THE MORNING"STARTS High School at 7:38M.. 1956.He Get STAN BACK. tablets or powders. Cola '-1
f, Royal Palm Christian Club Dr. Irerson ,has enjoyed long holds membership in the for relief of COLD DISCOMFORTS.The .

I'- ,' -=: THURSDAY. ,JANUARY 244k will celebrate its Ninth Anniversary tenure: in scouting: and has,served American Heart Association STAN B A C K prescription type Dealers .f !

'.. "A CRY IN THE NIGHT Sunday, January 20, from for many years in an executive American College of Physicians, formula ingredient U. combination* that work of pain together relieving JacksonvilleKeCrech "I

4:00 to 6:00 p. m. capacity on national level throughout and the American Medical Asso- for FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE. .
t"I in the the ciation. NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES I
"CORONER CREEK" The affair will be held country. -
i' -' due to colds. STANBACK alto REDUCES *
.fi S,, "RELAX IN FIRE PROOF SAFETY ON SOLID CONCRETE FLOORS"Ir : home of Mrs. Mary Ellis, 604 W. He was born and reared in ChI- Dr. Calhoun was graduatedfrom FEVER. SNAP BACK with wttaovt OUtajr have a !
; : I 12th Street cago. Illinois. .. .;,:t Howard University's school STANBACK 5- i
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I; 'News Of# Interest, From- All Sections Of Beautiful Florida I


f Putnam County News I Bethune-Cookinan Alumni Plans For Year I St. Augustine Guidance Meet

Set For February 21-22

e er i9 ? 3 4"t 'I EXCELSIOR SCHOOL P-TA

The Parent-Teacher Associationof TALLAHASSEE
Dr. Frank
4 BY E. J. VHEEN, -
Elementary Sievers, chief Guidance and Per-
608 Madison Street.Palaika.. Florida w .
I elected officers for 1957 in a re- sonnel Section of the U. S. Officeof
; Phone East 5-386 i cent meeting. Persons elected to Education
Washington C.
.t... .. ': SN :tY serve as officers for the organization will be- the keynote speaker and

t .- A THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK are as follows main consultant for the sixth an-

i{ .... "Be pleasant every morning until ten o'clock and the'rest of Mrs, Annie Johnson, president; nual Florida Guidance Conference

the day will take care of itself John, Owens vice president; Mrs. which is being sponsored by Flor-

I Abbie Powell secretary; Mrs. Mo- ida A and M University February

I r Last week Mrs. Thelma G. Lewi was Ihe-happy recipient. our zella Simmons assistant secre- 21-22. Dr. Sievers writes that, "the

II. moTie invitation. We regret having erred,in.counling her sisters--the tary;.and Mrs. C. M. Davis, treas: program for the Sixth Annual

t a has four instead of three, as we stated:-lait week. Florida Guidance Conference
j t This week our invitation goes _% :Aa v.y: urer.Mrs.. Goldie Eubanks and Geo- looks good and I am looking for-

out to a guy who'has visited most Palatka>Saturday for a six weeks' ___ rge Hammond members of the or- ward to meeting with your groupin .
I of the 48 states. He formerly man- visit with her parents Mr. and : : : : ; __ ganization, were present at the February.

aged a very famous group of Mrs:.Willie Granger. She was accompanied election meeting. Dr. B. L. Perry chairman of

4{ entertainers until several years by her con Michael. the general conference steering
Results of the recent financial
r ago when he came home to take committee, has announced that
drive were disclosed at the meet-
over the old established family the conference will be
Dr. and Mrs. Harold Findley left ing, which showed contributionsby
business. His younger brother also around problems inherent in the
for Washington, D. C. last Monday the following
was with the group. He has one PLAN ACTIVITIES Members of the Bethune-Cookman College Alumni which held its first persons: theme "Guidance and The Cur-
after a very pleasant visit -herewith D. J. Johnson, George Ham-
son. This fellow is slightly on the meeting' the year to outline its program for supporting the institution are shown here. riculum."
Dr. Findley's parents Mr. mond John Owens Mrs. Abbie
heavy side and we .have been From left are Nathaniel Davis. Mrs. Alma Daniels J. Lloyd Mrs. D. Matthews. E. H. Matthews.
and Mrs. Eugene Findley.' Dr. Powell, Mrs. Mozella Simmons,
t friends since we were young boys. Mrs. D. Anderson, W. Raspberry, and Mrs. Gwendolyn Langlejr.
Findley is a professor of Biologyat i Mrs. Carne, Mrs.'Wise, Mrs. Gas- Palatka
He should know by this time we (FLORIDA STAR Photo by Charles Wilkerson)
Howard University.The ton, Mrs. Harris, Mrs. C. M. Davis,
; ,I are talking about him. If he .will -----
Mrs. Annie Johnson, M. Miller, A.Ginn .
contact me I will give him two ROYAL PALM CHRISTIAN
: to the movies. West Palatka Demonstration School News "HISTORIC FIRST"FOR Dedication Slated Mrs. A. Bryant, Mrs. M. C. CLUB

passes Clennon and Mrs. E. Bush.
I Club held its first meeting of The Royal Palm Christian Club
a I II FAMU BAND; For Founders' Day The February meeting is sche-
Mrs. Martha Hill left last week the year Monday.aft.rnoon.at the will celebrate their 9th anniver-
duled to Ife held in the home of
for Brooklyn, N. X. where she is demonstration office with the sary on Sunday January 20th,

visiting her. brother. president Mrs. Leola Edwards "George Washington Carver TALLAHASSEE "A h historic TALLAHASSEE The Board Mrs. Annie Johnson. from 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of

presiding. The club held its annual celebrated first" occurred here last Tuesday of Control today approved the Mrs. Mary Elles at 604 West 12th
Day" was last week,
-.- Persons planning.to attend Sun- election with results' as fol- with the theme of the observance when the 132-piece Florida A and I naming of three new buildings at PATRONIZE Street.

day School at Calvary Baptist lows: Mrs. Sarah Coefield. presi- centered around the famed scient- M University band participated in I Florida A and M University which Advertisers Mrs. Mary Dixons is the presi-

Church on Sunday are' asked to dent Mrs. Lillie Thomas. secre- ist's ,statement: "When you can the pre-inaugural concert prior to I will be dedicated on Founders'Day I dent and Mrs. Edith Woods is' the

#, bring a donation fore the "Marchof tary: Mrs. Lucinda Hamilton do the common things of life in the inauguration of the Honorable I March 8-10. Florida Star I secretary.

.. .
Dimes.". assist. secretary: Mrs. Rosa Under- LeRoy Collins as Governor. The agriculture-home economics --
an uncommon will
way, you com-
wood treasurer Mrs. Rosa building was named Page-Perry
: Pugh. mand the attention of the world." More than 10,000 persons in at- I

{ Mrs. Baby Ruth Wilson returned reporter: and Mrs. Leola Edwards, tendance the inauguration gavea i Hall. The new classroom building,
The life of the late and
peanut Tucker Hall and the theater
c, to Melbourne last week after a county council delegate. The .installation thunderous ovation when the ; .
potato wizard was pantomimed :classroom the Charles .. ..--
of officers will be held ; building, "
1 very pleasant visit with her sister band, under the direction of Dr.
during a student assembly by 'Winter Wood Theater.
in Palatka Mrs. Eartha Boyd. in the next regular meeting. The William P. Foster, played its last
choristers of the Glee Club. Actors
club received Mrs. Alberta Red selection. Ellen Olga Paige, one of the
were: June Buggs as Mary Car- honored the first
member. Mrs. Lu- persons
as a new
Give to the "March of.
The occasion also marked the
cinda Hamilton served as hostess. ver; Leroy Miles as Carver at age ;home economics teacher at Florida -
fund. ten Ray Roberts, Carver at first time that the bands from
; age i A and M, then the colored

twenty-five; Samuel Jiles, BookerT. Florida's three state-supported institutions normal school. She was born in
The many friends of Miss Helen of higher learningA.and I
Washington; Betty Moore, Marian Apalachicola and attended public f
Thomas will be glad to know that WOBSPROGRAM
M, Florida State Universityand
: Watkins; Dorothy Coles, a I schools in Franklin, Escambia and '
she 'is convalescing in her home *SCHEDULE" neighbor; Bobby Ayers, Mrs. Car- the University of Florida- I Leon counties.. k14 Nr' WORLD'S+ FASTOTIIUINO

after ,being ill for the past week. ver and Monroe .Williams Col- had performed on the same pro- :
; ,
Benjamin Luther Perry served & : HAIR, mwsenare.-
MONDAT-FKXDAT SCHEDULE'OCXOBBB lege President. gram. I as instructor of agriculture at A f/i
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Munn returned ( ), The three bands were seated in I w
c.ftfsica O* Other characterizations were: and M and was named Dean of
from New York City after front of the Supreme'Court Build- .UCKtJNM
':00- (43 Newsy ft Weather
Instructors, Thomas Reliford, the division of agriculture in 1928
; a' very. pleasant six weeks visit 1:0..':II.Hotten's RaadiDeecea ing facing east towards the Capi- __ .
-* *
Grace.) Martha Verdier; Night Riders, in which capacity he served until LI1
j with. their daughter and son-in- '70- 9:03'Kew .Weat2Lu tol Building, "site" of the inau-
Charles Wilkerson John- he retired. He died 010 AT AU MUM *0ttt\
73J19 The Kid (Bob Ne son) .Donald 1947 when
and. Roland Man-
law. Mr.. : gural ceremonies. The A and M
Stt- S3 News WeatiurSrftJ. wN kjr tt Wrtor
ft4 jfcttr
son Perry Bridges, 'Ray Hender- December 22, 1949.
Sitt TheN1d (Boh.Hiutttal
ning. band was in the.center, flanked on
.U- 1310 Teeate Weenie Tim IIeo son Lavender Hall, Archie Bev- I Thomas Desialle Tucker was the
93 Newt A Weather the left by the University of Flor-
tai-ioao Shaw ard, Robert Everett, Ronnie Diggs, first president of the State College : ,
Jvmpl&iwiai Jonaoy r
Mrs. Alma Godard spent last 11:11-11:113 New ft Weatber ida band and on the right by the ASK IDa n Or NAMI =TOOAY
Warren Exon and Ivory Andersonnd Normal School which was later
week-end in Palatka. Mrs. God- l0J-llt Gospel Train No. 1 FSU band.
110-113 News ft Weather % Scientists Mr. R. S. Miller's named Florida A and M Univer-
ard recently underwent an operation 113-120 Gospel Train No. 1 The three bands, under the di-

:in the hospital at Ft. Lauderdale 120-12:15 Local News) (YvenaeDaniels chemistry class. rection of the FSU band director, sity.Charles
Soloists for the background I Winter Wood was a
Fla. 12:15-12tt Public Service Show played together "in mass forma-
1230-123 fob Mart (Yvonne Dwell) director and well
music of songs and spirituals were !paywright) was
tion three selections.
12M510 Woman World (Yvonne .
Mrs. LUlie Bell Bossard of 1166 Daniels) Dorothy Coles Clary Y. Walker, The band and the crack ROTC l known for his portrayal of "De
lt 13 News ft Weather
3; Steele St., Jacksonville arrived in 13- 20 Gospel Traia'lfe. 2 (Deacon Ernestine Flowers, Allen Jackson, unit of the university also appeared Lawd in Green Pastures" follow-
Grace) .ing the death of Richard B. Har-
Thomas Reliford, and Arthur Mc-
in the two-hour which
Z=-- 23 News ft Weather2x3.3:11 parade
: Gospel Train No. 2 (Beacon Fadden. Betty Mikel was narratorof rison for whom he was under-
by 40,000
was some per-
i THREE-STATE AREA I 30. 33 News Grace)Weather the presentation. Mrs A. H. sons.. Both units occupied promi- study during the play's run on JOHNNY SHAW

4:00.33' 40 43 ampin News: with Weather Johnny Saw Moore, director of. the Glee Club, nent places in the parade and Broadway. He also taught. at A

TO' BE REPRESENTD C03-50- 53 5:00 News Jnmpin ft with Weather Jehaay Shaw arranged the scenes and conducted drew the plaudits of the persons and M. .

5:03-: S:30 ampin.wtth Johnny Shaw music for the pantomime. who lined the parade route.Virginia AND
Y SCHEDULE. Student Council members, with STARKEMT. 1

(OCTOBER) Frederick D. Richardson, Jr., pre- I I

r TALLAHASSEE More than c 00:..- CT News Sign Oa ft Weather siding, conducted a brief devo- PISGAH AME "Jumpin7' Witiohpny"
$:OS- 70 heavens ROad (Deacon
150 high school journalists are ex- Grace) tional. Sheila Collins and Edith! The order of service for Sunday,

pected to attend the seventh an- '7:03i 1:ee- 73:ee News BeannRoad'ft weather(DeaconGrace Witherspoon were organists. Ebb rr January 20, are announced as,Col-

nual Florida A and M University ). Jackson and Mildretta Messer 4b lows: COMING YOUR WAY
1:00- 1:3t.Oral Robert .
interscholastic press workshop 8:30- 1:45 Bwannalres Gospel Stagers, read scripture and prayed, and Sunday School will be conducted -

which is scheduled for February '00-100:t3- ,:91 Biahop ReaTcn'i 8.Road C. "olmsoaItMltJJl Beatrice Denefield read the Gov- b; ,y iat 9:30: a, m. with Mrs. Annie 9:00 10:00: A. M.

28-March 1-2. Heavenly fire Stagers ernor's Proclamation, designating Wright in charge. -
1030-10:45 Tempi of God .r
This estimate was given by 10:45-llo Ethel Davenport January 8 as "Carver Day." The regular morning worship

r, Charles J. Smith 111, founder- 11:00-113 News Heavenl ft: W Road rl1f131ZtCt Miss L. E. Solomon is Student ,,, service will begin' at 11 o'clock, 3:00. 6:00 P. M.

director 120.123 News ft Weather Council advisor. conducted by the Rev. Mr, E. L.
confab 123- 10 Heaven Road
U which 1:0013 News ft: Weather S Walker. The Rev. Mr. S. Reddick Monday' Thru Saturday
13- 1:15 Heavea's Road
nalists .from a three-state area. 1:15-130 SAA's Master Keys s A will deliver the sermon.

This year as in the past some of 13020 Mt. Ararat Baptist-.Church DOUGLAS ANDERSONJR. Vf -4k- Dr. O. J. Howard will have
I 20- 3:00 JAFCO Gospel Rein q1, 2S
; the nation's top members of the I 30 40 Bishop B. H. Williams HIGH y J charge of the evening worship OVER:

working press and journalists- 40-_- 50 630.BI4er Rev. L Charles Jordan ReekS Douglas Anderson can boast of 3 service, which begins at 7 o'clock.
educators will serve as consultants 53000 Heaven's Road having a student enrolled who
s Smith said. (OCTOBER) has made outstanding personal accomplishments -
Among the consultants > 05 News ft: Weather in the field of Mayo George I I

have accepted invitations are 05- 70 Heaven's Road sports. (above) and Peter Lorre star in .
70-:u.Hews ft WeU.lteJ'1tS
Norman D.; Christensen, super- S*.The Kid (Bob Hudson) Robert E.'Wilkins, now residingin "CONGO CROSSmG.new technicolor UNION MEETINGThe
visor of student publications at $:W-1:OJ News ft Weather : thriller showing at the Christian Union will meet ONLY ALL NEGRO
S3- 1:45 The Kid (Bob Hudson) Arlington, son of Sgt. and Mrs. .
the University of Miami, and A. :4590 9093, Teeale News ft Weenie Weather Time' Fred S. Wilkins, returned recently Roosevelt first run Sunday thru Sunday, January 20, 3:00: p. m. at PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION '

K. Knight pioneer radioman from 93-100 Jnmpin with Johnny Shaw Tuesday.. Co-feature is the first Macedonia Baptist Church.
from a two-year stay in Malta,
10:00-413 New* ft Weather Jacksonville showing of western The Rev. Mr. G. B.
Burgman, Dial'1Florida
Jacksonville. 103-110 Gospel Tram: No. 1 where his father was stationed in 1360 On Every Radio
) Subsequent announcements regarding 110-113 Wow ft Weather thriller, THE DESPERADOES president of the organization, will
the armed services. While there
113-120 Gospel train !>Ie. 1
additional consultants 120 U:15 Local News (Yvonne he attended the Catholic SchoolDe ARE:IN TOWN. preside.

F will be made next week, Smith 12:15-1230 public Daniels Service) Sq.U:30HCllo1t La Salle, Kottonera, and was
I disclosed. Mart (Yvonne Daniels)
::45. 10 Woman's World (Yvonne, quite active in. sports events. I c?'
DuJe ) I
tll-tt1 News ft Weather He placed first and second in t

i HELP 13- 20 Gospel Train. No. ZZM several events in which the school
S3 News ft Weather
4 THE URBAN .LEAGUE 23- 30 Saturday Section Johnny participated and received public-
Shaw rju.I :
FINANCIAL DRIVE 30- 24 News ft Weather ity in newspapers. and magazinesfor I rat rttlltt 'II. I
33- 40 Satarday Session his gymnastic r'a s oF1wIN 1 yfyQQS
40- 43 Newm ft, iAFesdber 77ER.
43- 30 Satarday session .as
$:10. 53 New ft Weather
Learn' Commercial Art 51C0 Saturday Session

Start Anytime


i It worried by-Bladder:Weakness" (Oems WORKERS CLUB .
Up Nights or Bed Wrttta. too tieKttt -- -
SCHOOL. OF ART meat ...... .' ehq artaattool or Miss.Earoestine Smith was hos- ---- -
8mmar. CI doe toeaoimon
Moved To New Location ItIdDq aDd :t'U.&$ .. tess to the Willing Workers Club
try OTBTEX tar QUkk hflJ'. 30 years rtsoea I
c 106 EAST BAY STKCET2nd. pram ...,.., to yews&Ad 014. AM dnII- recently. Plans were discussed at i ti '
%_, F Floor {or C'I R'EIt mGU IIM&par-
uSee how'ad yea lapl'Oft. the-meeting toehold an entertain-

ment in the very near future. %., zY'war eowatrr,WHY aortr'tot)5rENP.ro -.

Members attending the meetingare eus r ss +Ac

f IEB" FocEronptCdL as follows:

Delnry Marjorie Simmons, Betty Moore i T E

Lorata Frazier Mary 'F. Frazier. ere I Io

VICTORY FUit.SERVICE. Brenda Miller Elveta \\e
Miller.l s
Waymon McDaniel s
Daniel- Charlotta Hawkins, Ber-! ,

nice Jones Melba James Sumpter:. t ipT ,

4 EL 3-1511: James m, Mrs. J. Miller, Mrs.

Smith.Ruth Moore AJma Keys, and Miss : {/_ "' -T------- .

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,January 19,.:1957 .. .TH! fLOJUDA STAR .. Pose 'ShenI

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Golden Gloves Amateur Boxing

Tournament, sponsored by the -

Lightweight Championship Bout ;Is Set For Miami Beach Jacksonville the sanctioned Jacksonville, A.A.U by Sportsman's the and Recreation Florida sponsored Association Club De-by-,

partment will be conducted at the

Main Street Arena, Feb. 11, 12, 13

; Smith Will Attempt To Regain Crown .--..".;-.,-.-",.,.:,-, .. } .;. .' ..5: Grambling Posts and Many 15. team and individual trophies -

".,, ._" -Jr awards, boxing trunks,

He Lost! To Joe Browi Last! August ...( ,.,., ::;j1' + k ; }!i.. ', -! t.", :. '.) f'"iJ" 1 1".. Amazing Record socks trip ,to team New jackets York, and with a all week's expenses -

,. .. ..
.: : ;. ,.. paid, for the winning team
The world lightweight championship bout will be fought in ::11t'"'" .. . Miami Beach Feb. 13 between Joe Brown the champion and Wallace Eastern Golden Gloves Champion-
(Bud) Smith, the man Brown defeated in a battle held Aug. 24, 1956 ships, the first week in March will
g-- La. Cram
in New Orleans. k':: ': .... bUng College completed a record. be offered.
Wallace Bud Smith will be "., ,
( )
in 1956 in football-basketball-: Competition will be divided
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for defeat of Brown to Joe Black Is Sold 1t into
r gunning a .-W.: '." baseball that will cause collegiate two classes, Open (for more
regain the title he lost to the 't.
man ; experienced boxers) and Novice
sports to point to with pride.
who beat him with a broken hand. By The Redlegs ([beginning boxers) with weight
.. .
During the 12-month period
Brown fought through the entire ".....,$,:<< J ? class championships to be decided:
the athletic teams 52 out of
'.0 won
fight after suffering a fractured i y. .. 112, 118, 126, 135, 147, 156, 165. 178
CINCINNATI The Cincinnati -J 63 events to raise their two-year
hand in the second round. r & ': : and heavyweight.
Beach promoter Chris Dundee Redlegs have announced the sale .. '1 '. ..1'',:"'.<' Ti.i.&! total to 108 victories in 129 games. In the Open and Novice divi-
,. said in talking about the fight: of Pitcher'Joe Black to Seattle : ,:: The amaging 1956 record was sions, the trophy list includes
the Pacific Coast League. compiled with 25 victories in basketball -
4lt has been my ambition to promote Championship team trophy, run-
Black, a righthander, was'rookie f 19 in baseball and 8 in *
a world title fight. As a .: ner-up team trophy, and third
manager I had fighters box for of .the year in 1952 when he won ,"- football. They lost only 11 games.There place team trophy. Individual
the titles, but never in 20 yearsas 15 games and lost: only four while ,.. 0 ., [ were 7 losses in basketball, Gold Gloves to winners and Silver
a promoter have I staged a pitching for the Brooklyn Dod- 3 in baseball and 1 in football. Gloves to runners-up in each
gers. He lost two games, winningone The had
championship, match. r 0. Tigers such performersas weight class will also be awarded.
4 Dundee will be the co-promoter in the World Series against All-American Edward Murray, Boxers in the amateur class
"Yankees. TO APPEAR IN GOLF TOURNAMENT -'M mbers of the Jacksonville Amateur Golfer's Guild
International Box- the New York Leon Larce, Alvin Richardson Joe in
with the living the South
along anywhere are
Golf scheduled for Feb.
Annual Gate $3.000 Tournament
ue scheduled to play in the Third Cur Open
$ ing Club. In addition to being He was bought by Cincinnati in Golf Course. Dixon[ Belton Dent, Bob McCoy, eligible to enter who have reached
21-24 at the Brentwood Municipal
Dundee's first, it also will be the 1955 and was used mostly in re- Joe Johnson 'Bertrand Gladney, the age of 16. Boxing classes will ,---M -'- .
first title match staged in the' lief. Black won three games and The Amateurs will compete for nearly 40 trophies, flights of play based on the medal qualifying Harold Stepteau, Edward Brooks be held at the Jefferson Street. .

Beach Auditorium. The 'auditor- lost two last season, 'pitching '62 scores. The members of the Guild are: Elwood (Honey) Banks president: Jimmie Burris, Willie Coles ;. and Gates Archer. The Tigers Swimming Pool under. the direc-
ium will be setup to handle some innings .in 32 games. Cornell Dunlap. S. C. Dorsey Charles A. Green. Osrar-I. Hillman. Al c.'Joyner T. M. McCoy George with such an array of talented tion of Julius Gumyard. 411 pros-

4,000 fans, Dundee said and he McClellan. Nathaniel Dudley. Julius Henderson Sr. Herbert Wingate. Felix White Willie C. White performers were able to exploit pective entrants' to the Golden
figures the price scale will lead Samuel Monroe Edward Monroe James Redding, P. J. Jenkins. Leon Richardson Joseph Pauline Mel- the weaknesses of the opposition Gloves tournament can reach

I to a, gross gate of more than Football Is Safer Tin Copeland. William Shellman Melvin Ward. Settle Hirers, James Holmes. Otis Speights.. Davis Sar- without injuring their own cause Coach Guinyard at the pool for

$20,000. geani. Eddie Lee Smith. James J. Hammonds and William Earl Reid. too much. full details. Classes will be con-

-.'Tickets will go on sale'for $2.50, For :Boys To Play Grambling Tigers won only ducted from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m.
5.00, $7.00 and 1000. The fighters championship during the Mid- each night.WALKER.

will divide'60 per cent of the Jackson Arrested West loop baseball title, but they
gate and television and radio CHICAGO According to a SPORTING UPBY managed to manhandle foes from\ CAGERS WIN
money., The latter is expected to statement made by '''H. V. Porter, the four major Negro conferencesin

run to at least, $25,000. executive secretary of the National .In Traffic Death football and basketball.In HARD FOUGHT GAMEIn

:':The light will be a Wednesday Federation of State High School C. PARHAM JOHNSON basketball, Bob (Li'l Abner)
night television fight, but South Associations and backed by W. M. Of A Pedestrian Hopkins established a dozen NC- one of the most thrilling
Floridians will not see it at home. Runyon of Chicago, high school JACKIE ROBINSON'S retire the first chance, then Charles AA arid NAIA scoring records before games of the season Walker Vocational -
The fight will be blacked out overa boys arc safer playing football ment from baseball: is causing as Humez, Joey Giardello, Spider I graduating last May. He, established and Commercial: College
'.150-mile radius. than they are in many other teen- much discussion. the seating Webb, Joey Giam ra and Tiger NEW YORK Tommy (Hurri- an all-time collegiate defeated the strong U. S. S. Lake

'Brown won the title on a split age games. arrangements on city buses. Eleven Jones can give the fans somethingfor II cane) Jackson, No. 1 contender for mark of 3,759 points. He is now a Champlain team last Monday

decision in the New Orleans scrap. Runyon reported there were years ago Jackie became a their money any time. Either the world heavyweight boxing pro with Syracuse, of the NBA. night by the score of 6059.
Refere Roland Brown gave it to only 10 high school football fatali- Brooklyn Dodger and 11-years of fighter will be able to keep the title was arrested on a traffic Since Eddie Robinson took over The Navy team led throughout
Brown 12 rounds to 3. Judge Chas. ties in 1956 throughout the nation. his best baseball days were given new champion quite busy. charge following the death of a the coaching chores at Grambling I most of the game and at the 'end

Dabney scored it for Brown, He also pointed out that some to the Dodgers. Jackie" has retired ORESTES MINOSO, who led pedestrian who was struck by a in 1941 the Tigers have recorded of the first half Walker was be-
9-3-3, and Judge Frederick Adams 6,000 youths in the 15-19 age fro mbaseball and the discussions the CShicago White Sox in bat- car driven by Jackson. I 631 victories and 198 defeats in hind 26-34.

voted for Smith," 762. group died in accidents during the that it has caused will cover miles ting in 1956 is not satisfied with Charles Boiga, 60, of Edgemere, football-baseball-basketbalL: The The U.S.S. Lake Champlain is

same period. and miles, of newsprint. gallons his 1957 offer which calls for $32- Queens, was taken to RockawayBeach Tigers were listed 13 times among one of the largest aircraft carriers
The meeting of the National and gallons of ink and hundredsand 000, the same as last year. Min- Hospital in a critical con- individual and team leaders in In America and aboard the carrieris

Federation of State High Schools hundreds of man-hours. oso's 1956 batting average was dition. He suffered a fractured final NCAA and NAIAstatistical one of the strongest basketball

were in session in Chicago when To some, it was, the worst thinga .316. His salary is said to be pelvis, a ruptured bladder and I tabulations. They won the Tuske- teams in the military service.
I the men made the survey. man could do, to some it was a slightly lower than Larry Doby'shis possible fracture of the spine I gee Annual Relay Carnival and Playing on the Navy team were

I heroic act, but this column will go teammate. which later proved fatal. participated in the NAIA track many star players from leading
y GilletteBLUE Galimore along with Jimmy Burns of the MIDDLEWEIGHT CHAMPION Detectives said the 26yearoldboxer and field championships in San colleges. One'of the top stars in
Signs Miami Herald who says, "Buz GENE FULLMER .insists that he was not driving recklesslyand Diego, California. the game was J. Ross of Chicago.He .
BLADES Bavasi, the Dodger vice presidentis prefers a June match' to defend was sober when the accident Murray was named "Negro college stands 6 ft 4 in. and was the
N IN trltbos HANDY DISPENSER ColllraclTo Play pictured as being incensed because his title against Sugar Ray Robinson occurred. At the time of the acci- back of the Year," and Rich- leading scorer of the game witha
Robinson was to his instead of March or April. total of 30
ode disloyal dent, Jackson was held for ques- ardson was: the only player froma points.
partm.nt, For Chicago BearsFlorida I sports writing friends. "My guessis Manager Marv .._ Johnson said tioning for four hours and released Negro college honored with a The Walker team started off
,Buzz is more upset bacause if "Well keep our.. 90-day return after: being summoned to first-team berth on the NAIA all- very slowly, but gained speed as

Robinson retires, the Dodgers may I bout contract with Robinson by I appear in court Jan. 17 for driving star squad. The Mid-West Conference the game progressed. W. L. Fields,
A & M University Rattlers have to return Littlefield and certainly -: letting Robinson. sign within the,. with a forged driver's license. coaches vindicated Robin who was injured last week and
I All-American halfback Wil- the $30,000 to the Giants." 90-days for a June shot at the son's confidence in his squad by taken to the hospital, returned to
lie Galimore, has signed a contract The Dodger front office appearsto title in Yankee Stadium." The When Boiga died, Jackson was naming six of his players on the active duty and made the game-
rearrested. Jackson is the first
with the Chicago Bears, runners- be more upset over Jackie's retirement contract calling for a defense All-loop squad.Coach winning basket in the final thirty
in line to get a crack at-
This Clown up for the professional football than Horace Stsoneham, within 90 days was signed before man seconds of the game. Fields was
heavyweight champion Floyd Pat-
crown last season. Giant owner. before Fullmer won the crown I also high point man for Walker
25-2-61 Coach Jake Gaither of A & M THE FLORIDA A Jc M cagersare from Robinson. terson. Plants Kiss with 28 points.A .
reported from the NCAA conven-i now rmolling along in basket- TRAINING SITES for the large number of Walker root-
i 357-96-147. tion in St Louis that Galimore, ball just as they did in footbalL 14th annual Jacksonville Golden ers rushed to the team after the
signed after a luncheon with Chi-' They have beaten some of the Gloves amateur' boxing tourna- Machen Is Named On Negro'sCheek game to congratulate the playerson

2 .r 4 cago officials. best teams in the Southern Inter- ment which will beheld February I their first win. The next game
No salary.figure was announcedbut collegiate Athletic Conference.The 11-15 at the Main and Beaver was scheduled with the Voorhees
-g By Ring Magazine
hI I Gaither said Galimore "got a basketball Rattlers defeatedthe Streets Arena have been set up. NEW YORK After the New Junior College team at New Stan-
8 1 bonus." basketball Wolverines of Mor- The training spots are listed as football Giants defeated the Chi- ton High School with Emmett

ris Brown 67 to 56 in the finalsof Lackawanna, Glen Myra and the NEW YORK Eddie Machenof cago Bears by the score of 47-7 for Grooms, Monsalee Davis and Wal-

110-15-546 I an invitational tournament Jefferson Street ,Swimming Pool. Redding, California and a great the pro football championship, lace Raspberry serving as offi-
'LEARN TO :DRIVE Atlanta December 8. The Jefferson Street Pool team favorite to get a shot at Floyd Giant Coach Jim Lee Howell, a cials.

83647.so..tt. The Qvkkett .",.. 'latest DUKE SNIDER, the veteran will be coached by Julius Guin Patterson's crown, has been native of Arkansas, walked over The one victory scored by the
Way Te LtCN centerfielder of the Dodgers has yard, AAU Southern amateur named ">he most progressive to the big brown-skinned Mel Walker team has revived the
..* hVSometimes .p signed his 1957 contract. It is be- champion _in 1951. The Jefferson fighter of the year" by Ring Triplett the huge fullback who spirit and restored confidence in
'b.'a down
I H. adds, subtract ,AJAXDRIVING lieved Snider signed for $42,000, Street Pool tea mhas producedsome Magazine. was voted the outstanding offen- Uv men. It is expected that from
H. work. It mil aro..d SCHOOLCALL about the same salary he drew mighty fine boxers under Unbeaten Machen was selected sive player of the day and planteda now on the opposition will get(
'EL ,44639 last season. Snider led the Na- the training of Guinyard who' is for the honor .because in 1956 he kiss on Triplett's check. some keen competition from the
FOR JANUARY 26th tional League in home runs with a master at the boxing game. In stretched his winning string to 19 The kiss surprised Mel to the charges of Coach Julius Guinyard.It .
George tapens 42 and in slugging percentagewith eveyr tournament in which the straight, including 14 knockouts.In extent that he was unable to saya is to be remembered that this
93-26-38 1134- W. 5th Street'SIYYIEW" .598 and was runner up in team has participated, it has always his second year asa professional word for quite a few minutes. is the first attempt of the schoolin
runs scored total' bases and been able to give a good account he became the fourth ranked Howell himself was surprised, so recent years to launch out in
doubles ,and fourth in runs batted of their training. heavyweight contender. much so he said afterwards "1 1 athletics and the first time manyof
in. SUGAR RAY ROBINSON lost Machen will fight Joey Maximat never thought I'd live to see the the players ever tried their
"BOLD anD 'BRAVE" THE NEGRO MEN'S BASKET his middleweight crown to Gene Miami Beach Jan. 23, accord- day rd do a thing like that." hand at sports.

S TRAND ._ Mickey Roaney Wendel Corey BALLLEAGUE of Tallahasseehas Fullmer. but he did not lose financially ing to Promoter Chris Dundee. He
Plut-"ANYTHING GOES"Bing resumed play after a two In a breakdown of the also announced that $10,000 has
SUN. and Donald O'Connor
JAN. 20 -24 week break over the Christmas title fight the International Box- been put up in good faith for thewinner I AH) I

THURSDAY SATURDAY JANUARY 25-27 holidays. Teams making up the ing Club released so mestatistice. of the Machen-Maxim
Desi and Lucy "FOREVER DARLING league are: Rinky Dinks the cur- The attendance was 18.134: Gross fight to meet Floyd Patterson in '" _
and Thriller "THE WAY, OUT" rent leaders; Blue Beards; Voca- gate. $$19445.20: Federal tax. Miami in February for the title. l\nuASJKI>. / ciVvion

tional Department; Have Been: $17.4830)7) : Stale tax $3.201.88: Net The fight between Machen and
ROOSEVELTSun. Whiz Kids and Faculty Men gate. 166610.75: Fullmer share Maxim will be televised nation- lAsI Hill SAA IMiJi

SOUTHPAW DICK LITTLE- (12V4( per cent) $$20.915: Robin ally.

Tve. Jaa. 20.22 Sun. T e3.: Jam. 20.22 FIELD,''the other man in the New son's share ((47% per cent and O.r.YCI'J liberalearnings CURRENT RATE Each account is
1st Jex Showing! Robt. Rrm York Giants-Brooklyn Dodger $60,000 of TV guarantee) $138- are compounded I asur.d HP to
"DESPERADOES IN TOWN" "PROUD ONES" deal is very upset because he was 190.11. tered a'new field. He is now in S e m I- $10,000 by the
Plus:-"CONGO CROSSING" Plat 'former Penn the show business as a discjockey Annually on Savings 1ft7: Federal Savings
Littlefield said he had dreamedof LENNY MOORE .
No. 7 "MONSTER & APE"Wed. "DWTY GERTIE"Estral !is this. Associatiofl 3 "
and Loan Insnr-
3 Stooge playing with the National Lea- State halfback, who led the Balti- which h
KEEP YOUR HAT-ON FOIEhere chartered and .. "anee Corporation
t Thurs. Jan. 23 -24 gue champions, but now since more Colts in 'scoring last season i 't
"Bette.Dayis'HCAJERED Wed. & Thurs. JOB. 23-24 Jackie has announced his retirement with 54 points, has been named joe* -U is rumored Joe that Louisis ex- pervised. S. Government.by theU. OF DIVIDEND authorized act of Congress.E by an.
AFFAIR""WALK Bert Lancaster his chance had gone down Ihe National Football League'soutstanding heavyweight champion
--and- "BRUTE 'FORCE""NAKED rookie in the keeping company with Sarah
the drain. 'Littlefield has played 1956
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; CITY" with.8 teams in the majors since annual United Press poll, Moore Vaughn the singer. rumor
baseballin straight BaltimoreColt also says. Joe look"Sarah to Billy
brewing into professional was the second ilin 111yH.
Sat. Jon. 25 -26 1950. player to win the-rookie polL Ecksstine's Copa opening. Accord-
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"CREATURE AMONG US"WALKS "STAR- IN TIt &UST" GENE FULLMER the new The 1956 winner was Alan (The ing to reports. 'Louis was asked .
:--. Plas Pis middleweight champion, has just Horse) Ameche, former Wisconsin about_Rose.his' latest wife and his
."FURt AT GUNSIGHT" "MOON'fLMT"STRAND about the best group of fightersto All-American. answer was: "So much' been

10-CARTOONS KIDS SATURDAY! MIDNITE. SAT.STAGE, JAN.SHOW 26th draw from to defend his title EZZARD CHARLES, the ex- happening I don't know what
against. Sugar Ray Robinson has heavyweight boxing champion en- gonna happen.
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..' {. p..tight ...TH&fLOgIDASTAR Saturday, January It, 931r1k
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him on Beaver St. Another wit

i Zion Hope (Celebration: KLAN SETS MEETINGON Nu Ia HospitalIs ness jtated that George was at tee. Fir Hurt
The Blocks
Chips Off her house earlier in the day ask-

< To Close Monday NightThe SAME NIGHT AS KiifeVictiM ing about his old "girl friend" Furnished Room in modern home.
Hattie. She said George told her Full privileges. Coupre or single

I BY JAY JAY 28th Anniversary of Zion ARMSTRONG CONCERTAINESVILLE 'he had just got in town from Mi- man desired. Call EL 4-1174
... rmissable to talk about Willie George, 44. of 405 Myrtle Saturday or Sunday afternoon.
In the field of Journalism ii is always o Hope Baptist Church and its pas-. ami.The
',.', .' the weather when there isn'i too much to say. In this case we have tor, the Rev. Mr. E. R. Simpson, -A spokesmanfor Ave. was reported to be in critical suspect in the stabbing is I .
t; plenty io say but the weather demands talking about. In the words commenced last Monday night the Florida Ku Klux-KIan revealed condition from a stab wound in Louis Pinder Parker age 30-35,1070 and Hurlbertinvestigated. Safer Two unfurnished rooms and 1
{( of old-timers on the Blocks, "bar*you ever seen anything like hrHenry and will 'continue through Mon- that the group had com-: the right center of chest which Court. Sgts.. furnished room. $3X0 and $5.00
each. Phone EL
George Wade is felling all passer-byers ihe old slang. If you day January 21. pleted arrangements for leasing was inflicted on the sidewalk at

ain't got ii on you ain't got ii." I agree. The Rev. Mr. J. C. Sams, pastorof :the Circle M Rodeo grounds on 1178-1180 W. Beaver St Unfurnished .
Access to kitchen
The latest happenings in this town.is the new wave of "rape at- First BaptistChurch, and the i Kincaid Road' here for a state According to reports, John Pipe 'Is Used and living room. Phone
I Mathis, 1170 W. Beaver W. H
tempts." Citizens of the Eastside had hardly finished talking. about Rev. Mr. S. L. Badger, pastor of i meeting and that an estimated ; EL 4-8515.
Rose 1172 W. Beaver and Mary
the invasion of the East by an army of armed men and bloodhounds Emanuel Baptist Church, openedthe i 5,000 to 10,090 'klansmen-are expected Tout Man
Ave. found
405 N.
Tuesday night when we saw the "report" in the local dailies. 'Tis a services. Both ministers were to attend.;The meeting is i Myrtle Room For Rent. Respectable couple
._ pity that the same promptness in reporting and excellent work of accompanied by their congrega- scheduled for the same night as ------- Henry Peoples, 45, 759 W. Union desired. Use of radio, telephone
law enforcement officers including bloodhounds who trail bicycles tions,choirs and ushers. Louis Armstrong's concert at the In reply to a question, the Klan St reported that he was attackedat and TV. Call EL 6-1079
across bridges, can't be frund when a white man rapes a Negro wo They were followed by the Rev. II University of Florida. spokesman stated that the meet- North and Pearl Streets and after 5 p. m. 1553 East 26th St
man. From reliable sources we have been informed that the numberof Mr. 'W. M. Cummings of West The Armstrong concrt is slated ing had nothing to do,with Arm was hit over the head with a pipe
white men assaulting Negro women is on the upswing. Yes, the Union Baptist Church and the I to be held in Florida' Gymnasium I strong's appearing ,at the univer- which caused lacerations of the LOST & FOUND
women report it but what good does it do. When a case is flagrantand Rev. Mr. W. E. Young of Taber- !on the University of Florida? campus sity and that "We didn't know left side of head. 17 Jewel Chase yellow gold band
outstanding enough to reach the pages of the dalies or court, nacle Baptist Church They were i Saturday night, Jan. '19 anda about it (the concert) when the Peoples was taken to Duval watch with black design in Daylight
the defendant is whitewashed and given a term which becomes a accompanied by their congregations large attendance is expected: meeting was set. Medical Center in the police Market or in the 900 blockon
suspended sentence. choirs and ushers also. The program:is under the auspices Armstrong was. also scheduled wagon. He was left at the hospi- State St Thursday. Jan. 17. If
and feel that he should be removed of the inter-fraternity council, to play at the Florida State Uni-I tal for treatment with orders from found. please return to 979 West
A rapist is dangerous we The Rev. Mr. W. M. Hill of Mt.
all the black cows from the representative body ,of the uni versity in Tallahassee, Friday,, police to call them when he is State Street Generous reward .j
from our midst. But let us not remove Calvary and the Rev. Mr. G. T. -
: versity's social fraternities. Jan. 18. ready to return to Jail., offered. Phone EL 64829. ,
herd and leave the brown cows.It is up to you Mr. and :Mrs. John Q. McCall of Mt. Vernon Baptist,
Tan Public to speak your mind on the subject to the people you elect. conducted services Wednesday
Several old faces are back on the Blocks. L. "Duchess" Al- night.

beriie is home for the first time in many years.Alberti. has been The Rev. W. M: Smith and C. C. Your Guide
in the Mariibne Service since World War IL He makes his home in Daniels were in charge of Friday 'T Neighborhood Shopping .

New York dry now. night's services.

: Joe Keith is home from the seas. Joe tells,us he thought he was The pastor of Second Baptist ..

about to go by the boards a few weeks ago. He had a slight spell of Church, the Rev. Mr. K. D. Britt, .Trade: Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment
,illness but is kicking high now. will conduct worship services at
Another Elvis is on the scene. Already this Elvis is making a Zion Hope Sunday, Jan. 20, at 3:00p _

niche for himself. We are referring Elvis Puzi. Yep-Harry "Pea- m. Trade With Firms Thai Cooperate With The Community
nut" Puzi has another son and his name is Elvis. Harry.refused to The anniversary observancewill I.
. give out cigars telling all that this is a poor baby and couldn't afford be closed Monday evening, .
" to buy his ticket here. January 21, when the Reverends I ,_
.. Also in the stork department, Freddie Hill, popular musician J. J. Jones and Dallas J. Graham: H 1

and band instructor, is passing out Havanas. For Freddie and his will participate. .' IrASHIOH HEN SHOP THE SEAFOOD CENTER
madam its a boy, their first. Congrats to both couples. yo

''''f Roosevelt Paige getting_ accustomed to home cooking again.'Forsome ..,Corner Ashley and Broad Streets Corner of Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe
time his madam was working in Fort Lauderdale with Dr. DaySpring Group
D. Von-MizelL She is home now and intends to work in Jacksonville
i.: Gladys Gary,,popular nurse, is confined to Brewster Hospital.J. BIG ,JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
JUMBO PINK SHRIMP .. ... .. lb. 89c
D. Brooks is leaving for New York to attend the annual sales Elects OfficersThe
MEDIUM SHRIMP .... .. ......._.... .. ... .. .. lb. 69c
meeting of the Schaefer Brewing Company. Before he left we pre- Top Coats and Jackets 20% Off
viwed the color film of the recent Labor Day boat racs which were ROE HAD .................................. ............Ib. 49c

' held at New Berlin. Nelson Spaulding was producer, cameraman and Matrons Council of Day STANDARD OYSTERS ..................... ....... ... pL 98c I
director of the entire show. In the film j ou see many of the familar Spring Baptist Church met recently Shirts Value $4.95 NOW $1.95 PAN TROUT ..b. 29c
and elected officers for
faces.Over SHEEPSHEAD ...................... .:............Ib. 29c

,. -.. the week-end one of the twin daughters of Evont and Lois 1957.Officers elected are: Mrs. Alice SPECKLED TROUT .........................................Ib. 49c
Bowens was seriously injured. An emergency operation had ,to be '
*" performed. Thanks to close scrutiny of mother and good surgery of Johnson, president; Mrs. Sadie RED BASS................................................Ib. 39c

Dr. Lancaster Childs the little miss is well on the way to recovery. Wells, first vice president; Mrs. ). BLUE OCEAN BREAM .... ...............:..............Ib. 29c

,. Bill Graham had house guests from New York and was doing N. R. Lowe second' vice president; OUT OF PAWN BEACH WHITING ................. ..'................... lb. 35c
the town.With Bill and his wife were Mr. and Mrs. John Washington Mrs. Alice Williams, recording : SHRIMP BOAT WHITING .......... ............ .Ib. 25c

L On the set again and doing the town is Johnny Jackson. Seemsas secretary; Mrs Mozella Buckner, Rossie, MEN'S SUITS FRESH, WATER CATFISH.. .................. lb. 49c
financial Mrs.
tho the snow and ice up North drove Johnny home with the birds. secretary;
. In the air is the rumor that several, of the female Greek letter Carter, corresponding secretary; .
organizations are planning big Spring programs. The Alpha Kappa Mrs. Ruth Ashley, treasurer; Mrs.J. $9.95 io $22.50
Alpha Sorority is planning a play. In previous years the group has L. Terry, chaplain; Mrs. Lucy Li I THE SEAFOOD CENTER
presented:! some top-notch productions using local talent. I Hightower, program committee S *.;. .
The local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta is planning to sponsor chairman; Mrs. Louise Holly, sick FREE ALTERATIONS Myrtle Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468
their biennial "Jabberwock.: If. you have ever seen a Jabberwock,I committee chairman, and Mrs. t
you won't miss this one. !These programs help the organizations in' Tommie Hawkins, reporter.The complete Line of Men's ClothingED'S
their projects which include scholarships for deserving boys and girls. Rev. Cyrus A. Weaver is
Charles Jones and his madam Dot entertained a few friends last' pastor of the church.. LOTS WANTED TO BUY

_' Friday night. Charles is one of the busy-body Pontiac salesmen. His
sidekick Harry C. Donald was last seen dashing down the street LOAN OFFICE Will Pay Good Prices for Lots On West Side

explaining, the new cars to a group of young ladies.
Isiah White is off to the woods again. Seems as tho every time PATRONIZEAdvertisers 612 DAVIS STREET CALL EL 4.2391I
White gets settled at home he must take off and beat the bushes
some more. .. Florida Star

,Gut Pe,",

.. Nip Sams the squire of Calvert- -
land, is up and kicking after his
near brush with the Grim Reaper.
The accident he was in scared him
more than it injured him.
Speaking of the "hard stuff," Nr
we hear that_ the purveyors of C

stump juice better known as 5 5"S .
"shine" are having hard times. 0 4.
Seems as tho the people down- p
town now just don't want the.

,stuff sold.
We must extend congrats to Dr.

L..J!. Childs. If you hare noticed $
. a house being torn down: at Carolina ref A -a -169.
, and Davis Streets here is the
( reason for its being demolished. 1 I:5: :: ::5

Construction will start immediately -
on a new Medical Building
: on the site. Several other professional
men are to have offices in

the building. To our knowledge e ytlr'J ,
this will be the only edifice of its
type among Negroes in the states
It is a noteworthy example for
other professionals to follow.
The younger set are talking
about the dance at the Armory
Wednesday night. The Midnight- % ", ,

ers and Cal Green performed before r + s-
a capacity house. For the

time being all of the presentationsof ,,. II7W' ;
the Hollywood Music Store will
be held in the National Guard ak
Armory. .
F A big week is ahead for the 01 ; 4 r.

local movie Beginning Sun-
... .. goers. I I
day at the Strand is 'The Bold tt tilL r'YI

and The Brave." The acting of I'S S'S;, ; S
Mickey Rooney in this picture has 10\1 s I

won. wide acclaim. At the Roosevelt -
"Congo Crossing" another \ S S
first run feature begins Sunday. JIsisv; $ ,
... If you liked the last "rock and S
roll" feature, watch for "Don't

'.. Knock That Rock." It'll kill you. r. Open, An Account ,
For the at home set Duke Ellington S
:: and his Land will appear "
on World Dave," Sunday Garroway's afternoon."Wide,Duke Wide 1;. On tile Corner Broad at Adams .,
and his band are still drawing the A
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notices drew at <
same rave they .. e.f
the Newport Jazz FestivaL Ot J} '
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