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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
January 26, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Outstanding Minister Out Of $1,000 In SavingsA R 0.Y2' 't' st

well known young Jacksonville woman reported to police

WHO'IS JACKSONVILLE'S MOST OUTSTANDING MINISTER? how she was swindled by an unidentified Negro mah.appeaiy ..

Because the editors feel that very little recognition has been givento Lillian Washington, 672 S. Lincoln -

the ministers in our community who have done, or, are doing out- Court described the mannerin she opened the envelope,

standing work the FLORIDA STAR will conduct a poll to find out which she was swindled. She Jt was ,filled wilh!. torn news-

which one of the clergymen the people of Jacksonville consider is the was formerly employed as'a book- > The'a i
ed the swindler
Most Outstanding Minister.The keeper for a local firm and was ,

people of Jacksonville will seeking employment. She struckup as about 50. years of age, five .. 1tI 1
feet six inches !'fall, weighing
be given an opportunity to vote a conversation with a man in .*3 4 !
Trial Set For about 150 pounds.He wore a por- I
for the clergyman whom they a downtown store last Friday. shirt black trousers
t consider. the' Most Outstanding -: Learningthat she was seeking' ;. .1 -. ..
and a b'lac f. atcTX'Miss i'4'
Minister by means of blanks employment he'informeor i eTthe 4

which will Appear in the FLOR- AccusedRapist savings and loan bank which em- WashijigtAi. formerly: t. \aa' .
worked for Craddock j' \
Enterprisesand :
IDA STAR each week, from Feb. ployed him was seeking to employa about .' b .
up to a week ago :iT:
2, thru April 6. Willie Horne, Jr., 23-year-old woman. }
worked for Magnolia Improvement
The minister receiving the largest Fort George man, will go on trial She said she would like the job t ai
number of votes will be March 4 for,the alleged rape of a and he took her name and address

diamond-studded white woman on January 7'on and promised to'call' for her Mon-
awarded a cross
which will be presented by an Heckscher Drive. day. On Monday morning he arrived Leaders

equally outstanding personage Home, who is under grand jury :* in a taxi to take her for an .

during a public program in one of indictment for the crime, pleaded interview. On the way to the Ask 7" ::- 45

the leading auditoriums in the innocent last week when he appeared bank he advised her to place some Integration

city .Pictures of the presentation' before Judge Claude Ogil- money in the savings bank so as ; ':.",- '- ; r4 Vrfl3c
will be released to all the Negro vie. He was represented by Attor- to make a good impression on the Of Miami BusesMIAMI : :: :' : .. r...r5 >'r ,.

newspapers by Interstate Press ney Releford McGriff.In prospective employer.She 1.

Service.As Florida the crime of rape is stopped at a downtownbank Four Negro leaders .
and drew out $1000 in $100 tj
the voting continues from punishable by death in the elec- asked City Manager Arthur Evans i; a.
bills, at which time the man told
week to week a poll of the votes tric chair. last Monday to integrate buses as .. :.
her he would loan her $500 to put ..... .
each minister has received will early as possible. :
with her money to make an even
be published. They said early integration will
better impression. He took her JWJ STUDENTS GO TO POLLS Students at James Weldon Johnson Junior High School received -

Han Is Burned money and placed it in a brown I reduce racial incidents the which first-hand information on correct voting procedures recently with the aid of voting machines
might change.
envelope. At the savings and loan accompany borrowed from the Duval County Registration Office. The students beam proudly in the above photosas

Jax Nan 44, Dies Making FireA bank j he gave her a brown ,envelope John The Brown four were andH.Drs.H.I.Green B. Davis and they receive instructions (top photo) from Mrs. Doris Glover Bennett extreme left and Mrs. Hor-

and instructed her to waiton tense Gray extreme right. .
The Rev. John E; Culmer, Epis-
Of Sk Fracture him inside the building for Dr. E. W. Thompson chairman of the Board of Directors of.the Davis Street YMCA and JesseW.
copal clergyman: They are mem-
65-year-old man suffered 2nd just.a minute. After waiting for Word executive director are the interested observers in the bottom photo. (Another photo on
bers of the Adelphian Association,
and 3rd degree burns about the some time and the man failed to Page 8.) -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.
A 44-year-old man whose ad- body when his clothing caught composed of Negro professional* ;

dress is listed as 2413 Ellington St. fire in the bedroom of his home leaders: .

and also as 1510 Davis Street was while making a fire in the fire Knife Is Used Culmer told the city manager,

; found lying on the ground in place. "In the minds of most of us, Mi- Race For Registrations FLORADALE CITIZENS I t
ami is the most racially integratedcity
front of 1510 Davis St. about 1 a. Mannie Brown of 61 Oak St. In Female Fuss
in the South and because of
m. Friday Jan. 18, apparently stated that when he got
to. police
fine relationship built over
the up In
1 a drunken condition. Saturday morning Jan 19, he Begun Tallahassee
up inclined'to believe PROTECTION
1766 Johnson An argument growing out of a the years, we are FIRE I
Robert Miller'of built a.fire and his robe caught there should not be any de-
1510'Davis St.and side of his dispute over some curling irons A special meeting of Flora
-St. was passing fire. The left body .
identi- resulted in one woman being lay in bus integration."If dale residents has been called
saw a man who was later was badly burned. there is substantial delaywe As Negro Seeks OfficeBY
taken to Duval Medical Center no
the for Tuesday night Jan. 29. by
fied as Dan Dasher on ground. Duval Medical
He was taken to of lacerations of the believe there will be no inci-
him to be drunk for treatment Also Brown president of the
Miller believing Center by Carter. Officer M. A. dents. We think people are ready
him right shoulder caused by a pocket Floradale Improvement Association -
and placed
helped him get up Peacock and Sgts. W. A. Barber for it."
in a chair at the above address and F. A. Gruber answered the I knife. Culmer said that most Negroes, SPECIAL'CORRESPONDENT to wind up plans for
Aileen Giles. 39, of 915 Newnan
securing fire-fighting
'after the man stated he lived call. I after integration would continue Tallahassee The entry of a Negro candidate making a bid for apparatus
knownas even
Street for the
community I
there. About 6:15 a. m. Friday, Mrs. Hester of 915 Newnan St. to sit in the rear of buses i the post of City Commissioner in Florida's capita city has resultedin Lloyd Pearson treasurer of

Jan. 18, Sam McClide of 1512 "through the force of habit." a spurt in registration that bears all the earmarks of.a- race between .

Davis St. found dasher at the bot- Han Gets Shot got into an argument over to state-some "The better class Negro or even whites and Negroes to get their groups registered.The the organization stated thai
concrete steps where curling irons according a some $1200 had been paid in by
of the
tom does not wantto Rev. K. S. DuPont vice
Miss Giles and the average Negro
fallen from the ment made by I residents of Floradale for. the
he had which apparently is about 5 ft from Friend Miss Hester allegedly cut her. be where he is not wanted." president of the Negro Inter-Civic above the total of the civic center purchase of fire hydrants to I
Visiting Council attempting to unseat referendum two months ago. Jan. serve the area.
the ground.McClide." the incumbent'commissioner, 31 is the registration deadline.If It pointed out however
called police and of- Offers Davis Atkinson, rabid segregationist was
FLORIDA STAR no more candidates qualify, ,
I Caroline
Hickson Cicero Jones,42,of 921 that acquiring of the hydrants
ficers F. Mack and E. the election will be held Feb. 26.
St was the victim of gunshot is being held up because many \
answered the calL The officers drunk wound in the right hip while Cash Aid To ChurchesIn DuPont is the first Negro can If another candidate should qual- homeowners have failed to cOoperate -

believing the man to be visiting a friend's house last Saturday didate for a city post since recon ify there would be a primary elect with the effort to provide ,

arrested him and which called picked for the up Jan. 19. keeping with its policy of l'endering'serrice io the community struction days. tion Feb. 19.WhItes. protection from the loss

.. police .wagon carried him to the sta Jones stated that he was goingin the FLORIDA STAB has announced a plan io provide Since Monday 610 persons have SupportingIt of homes due io fires. '.

Dasher and he taken from the the back ,door of Horace Tay- financial aid to the churches and church organizations of this registered and of these 37 per cent was noted that a number of Tuesday night's meeting will {

tion.When was found to have a lor, 914 Caroline St, his Mend'shouse d have been Negroes. Normally FSU students are supporting the be held at the home of Alzo ,
wagon he was editors of the books carry about 80 Negro group's drive. Brown. 5315 Newcombe SL in'
and was immediately and he was trying to un- Under a cooperative plan designed by the registration I
bruised right eye from white and 20 cent At a Negro mass meeting Wed- and is scheduled for.
taken. to Duval Medical load a J22 rifle and the gun went FLORIDA STAR church groups can secure funds ranging per cent per Floradale
white university
off striking him In the hip. $$0 to $$GO and more in some cases to'carry building programsor Negroes. 1 nesday night a 8:30 p. m.
Center. ,. Boardman, urged
student John
is being
registration r
Medical worthwhile projects they are sponsoring. Negro
taken to Duval any
He .
Duval was
Dasher was examined found at to have Center in a police car by Officers MiDls!. /and presidents of church organizations: who desire boosted by. prizes offered to those people of his race to support Du
Medical Center. and .finanriiil atriftanre: : the most Negroes signed Pont.
Seldon and Newsom. Jones was information on how thoy may secure who get for r'
and fractured : Looking
Florida .
suffered bruised eye to Boardman student at '
a requested_to and free transportation ;
treated and released: He told of- from the FLORIDA STAR GOODWILL up ,...
died Sunday citizens "'
skulL Dasher, ficers he did not want Taylor arrested fill in the blank oa Page 4 and mail! to the FLORIDA STAB.. the place of registration.An unof- State University, said white ; '

morning Jan. 20. and there would be no Interested church representatives may also phone EL ficial campaign to stimulate more who privately favor Integra- A Good Tire Buy i.;
was conducted FLORIDA STAB. also is under ion can support it "without let- ;,*t'.
The investigation 43773 or come ia person to the offices: of the white registrations .
; patrolmen F.Mack, E.Hick- prosecution A.I 423 Broad Street for complete information. .'.. .. way. ting the gentlemen in the white See Page 8. 1 .
Barber and F. "
I son, A.'J. Buff and Sgts. W. C. Sgts. W. C. Total registration now is 1.300 sheets know about it. ;, ':!" -

Barber and F. A. Gruber. Gruber investigated.


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It NEWS 1"A Politics As Usual.\.p q

',_ Published by The'Florida Star Publishing Co.

Mailing Address: BY ERIC O. SIMPSON -;- .'.
P. 0. Box 561, Jacitlo. i'.I. 1,. Florid. Institute's
.423. .,Broad Street, Jacksonville, Florida Phoa. Elgin 4-3773 Tuskegee "Forty-third AnnuaL Report to the'American ..
; People on Developments in Race Rel tions" followed its *cus"tomary .

: Eric 0 Simpson .....u........................_........._....._........J:...__.._ Editor W trend of making a full coverage of moves made by both segregationists -
L -..r Louis Guinyard ............................._..._......_..._...__. Managing, Editor and desegregationists and the affect these acts had on the rela-
C. Parham JohnsonrAltaraae .........___.___...___-__-..M News Staff between the .
-5 .. Richardson -..-...- -.-..._.-.......=--. Circulation Dept. races. ,
J. The report contains such valuable information for public con-

: Member of Associated Negro Press -ri.w--u sumption, that the editor is dedicating his entire column this week to

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': FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA was consider- specific and immediate, even
-'J. t I able evidence.
\ though their implementation requires
in the South' understanding spirit in a

TREND TOWARD INTEGRATION ,that both Ne- changing social setting.

gro and white
Some groups with large mem-

f SEEN' DESPITEDISTURBANCES people to vote expected freely f' 1y berships including several

church bodies-undertook educa-
to work together
.a tional programs and similar activ-
J Although the South's reaction toward the Supreme on jobs, ities to create a climate hospitable

Court's decision on school segregation has.been mixed in the to ride on desegregated to desegregation. The dramatic ,

South and border states, the basic trend toward integration t pub- "passive resistance" technique in

which has been evident for some years has undoubtedly.been. lic transportation the Montgomery bus situation en-

speeded by the decision. Such "is the major conclusion of a 1 1irDIIf1, 4. and to couraged the adoption of this ap-

survey ,of recent developments air the segregation front by; 1w educate their Simpson proach in other localities.

Harold Fleming and John Constable of the Southern Regional i children: in the public schools. Opponents of change showed a

Council published as a 25-cent pamphlet by the Public Affairs j Americans were going about the determination to preserve
Committee, 22 ,E. 38th St., New York City under the title! business ol living as the necessi gation in several situations where

WHAT'S HAPPENING IN SCHOOL INTEGRATION: ? ties of life demanded. Few people legal did
I recourse not serve their
I "The Supreme Court's decision set the stage in law for a were consciously engaged in purposes._ There were instances of

major revision of racial practices in this country," Messers I "race relations" as an 'end in it- Violence and economic pressure

Fleming and Constable write. "Yet, for all of its far-reaching I self."The intended to maintain longstanding

implications, the decision was not an abrupt departure from j patterns of race relations relationships based on the

current trends. In the years immediately preceding the decision } within the several states and their assignment of an inferior statusto

t segregation had been steadily crumbling." subdivisions have been developed Negroes. Supporters of the

If i* "Through court action, Southern Negroes had won the within the framework of law. status quo often prevented oper-

right to cast their ballots in the all-important Democratic primaries -1 Needed Now. To Prove Our Right To World Leadership" These patterns have differed be- ation of such fundamentals of cit-

to serve on juries, to enroll in the graduate schools of ,cause of variations in state and izenship as the obligation to regis-

state universities, and to ride unsegregated on interstate local laws. Nevertheless, events in ter and vote, the right to educa-
.. invest when there is slightest
trains. Whites and Negroes in the armed forces had served the one place had their effect else- tional opportunity, the chance to
doubt as to what,this may do to I where.
milltart' compete freely in the labor mar-
posts." Your Weekly your economic position. Very fine! There was deep-South resistance ket,and the right to equal protec-

aspects make it possible for you to _,to any change. Border states tion under the law.
"Not all of the Negro's advances were the result of court
rulings or Executive Orders," the authors point out. "Many .- Horoscope GuideWHICH call on your and good sense and ex- experienced progress in legal desegregation Despite their claim generally to
perience throwing a protec- .
private and church-related colleges in the South had volun- tive mantle over yourself and the be law abiding some organiza-
tarily opened their doors to Negro students.Professional asso- ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR ersons you cherish. political maneuversand tions sought to intimidate to per- .
sharply contested legal actions secute, and to promote violnece
ciations had begun accepting into membership Negro doctors, 3-45-9-33-79-254.
nurses, lawyers, and ministers. Sixty-odd Southern cities had BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL wrere numerous. Clarification against Negro and white expon-

opened the doors of their main public libraries." By PAILO The ASTROLOGERARIES of the legal principle of non- ents of democracy. They main-
SCORPIO segregation and implementing directives tained that local laws were inviolable *
"The trend toward integration is the result of various .
Born Ocl. 24 thru Nor. 24
from the
------ -- came courts as
to Supreme Court action.
forces and Constable include "the I
Fleming explain.
They :
Adopt moderation not extremes.: result of action
a by several or- Some claimed
segregation to be
of emotional and financial upsets
for which has
war-inspired concern minority rights been
hanced by a growing awareness of the effect of our racial Born March 21 thru April 19 is rendered quite real by a suc- It wouldn't take long after the ganizations. The National Asso- the will of God.Inflammatory.
of the
month fordissensionto ciation
Prudence is safeguard. cession of Two favor- for the Advancement of appeals, violence,
your problems.
world themselves human
policies on opinion; action by Negroes :
break into the Re- Colored
right People continued its legal
There illu- able open. and public demonstrations designed -
relations agencies, church and civic groups, enlightened are too many signs of indications are offered by
examine the role you may have action program. Reprisals were
school administrators and public officials; and the growing sory conditions or deceptions for this period. An outlet to safety is to intimidate occurred
realization that it is often cheaper to integrate than to pro- you to take chances with personal, thereby provided in the form of played in this development as, taken against the organization by mainly in communities whose
knowingly or not/not all the justification some state legislatures and
vide new or improved facilities." joint or collective funds during undivided attention to your work, public officials apparently condoned
this first quarter. This period en- home, family and security ar: may be on- your side. through court actions. Several them. These did not take
Thus, "the school decision did not mark a sudden changeof The difficulties that state in
encompass legislatures, sundry laws,
place, or were promptly -
have but
joins you to none the rangements. Any _other course suppressed
direction add. "But the decision did extend the
they principle your marital domestic, public and undertook to segregation.
preserve in
most reliable and expert advice that smacks of speculation, adven- communities whose public
of equal citizenship farther than ever before It chal- business life revealed
before you engage in financial ture, contention and emotionalism are by your Exponents of the extension of officials discouraged them.
lenged a 'way of life' in the South traditionally based on sub- The
signs. that
opportunities en- democracy showed determinationto Concern
operations. Your signs increasesthe should not be considered for asolitary was widely expressed
ordination of the Negro. able you to gain financially thru achieve the rights and to.sharethe
hazards of speculation and moment. Results that develop for the breakdown of communication -
The pamphlet reviews in some detail the. differing reactions thrift domestic
reckless behavior. Your mate or unaided are 'surer.73088l74127. pursuits, responsibilities' of American between whites and Negroesin
in four main areas of the South and border states.
established'partner rather than dential assignments or deals in citizenship. There was insistencethat many communities. A basis of
Five states and the District of Columbia have undertaken
I land or property are identified by constitutional guarantees.are
I those who offer alluring and mutual respect underlay some of
school matter of official Four states-
integration as a policy. baits in LEO fine aspects. these new efforts.
tempting are working
Arkansas Delaware Tennessee and Texas-have been di-
your behalf as evidenced at this i Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 before you make them the basisof Many people were reluctant to
vided in differing areas ,within their boundaries in their '
time. It is easier- to ask. As there your decisions. Your sign reveals express themselves on race rela-
Florida North Carolina and have showna
policies. Virginia
1-77-25-4234-112. seems to be something you want SAGITTARIUS many elements of unpredic- tions. Some were dissuaded by
resistance to The five
stiffening desegregation. remaining very much in life, you may be Born Nor. 23 thru Dec. 21 tability, confusion and deception the activities of organizationswhich
states of the deep South "black be1twhere
or Negro popula-
TAURUS inclined to use pressure or high- Make haste slowly. With your which are not conducive to peaceof opposed change in the traditional -
tion tends to run the highest-have committed themselves to
Born April 20 thru May 20 handed methods. This not only sign there is no doubt that: you mind, productivity and'remun- race relations of the
last-ditch defense of It is in these states that
a segregation.
would are blessed with tremendous eration. Instead of getting into South. Others were not in sympa-
Apply subtlety, not force. The arouse strong opposition in
the Citizens' Councils and the Klan have flourished
less more or tendency to react rather strongly, friendly as well as rival circles energy and a desire to get things open or legal conflict over issues, thy with those pressing for legal
openly. but done. Make sure that instructionsand your signs reveal the efficacy of desegregation in education.
when associates,' ,higher-ups and bring about results detrimental
The Supreme Court's decision was also found to have
en- domestic companions resist you or to your ultimate aims and eco- orders of any description are utilizing confidential and influen- There was marked evidence in
couraged the trend toward in Northern schoolsas
desegregation behave in ways you cannot fat- nomic alliances' alike. The possi- clear and precise, as well as authentic tial contacts to promote your bus- many communities that the Negro
well in and in the North. The (
as housing employment continued hom should be suppressed beforeit bility of attaining your objectives and that you leave noth- !. iness, career and economic wel- citizenry were acquiring a'height-
existence of vast of cited
areas segregated housing was causes you to precipitate a climax through reasonable negotiationsor ing to chance in the way of travel fare. ened self-respect, which parallel- t
however and difficult
as a persistent problem.WHAT'S .
that would leave everyone in compromise is accented at this equipment, service and well- 1-14-89-72-51-636. (Continued on Page 6)t)
trouble. signs time. It if others will being. You gain firm support \
Opposition to your seems as
the 244th in the Public Affairs Pamphlet series which is now
must be deflected by concentrating be reasonable enough if you give when you discuss your ideas with
in its 21st year. The series has included many other distinguished I
work business them the chance. trusted relatives, neighbors and
only on your ,
titles covering social and economic problems, family
relations, health and intergroup relations. and economic progress. The ben 612306622542.VIRGO friends. Share your wisdom. .
fits that accrue from pursuingthis 6-63-56-48-37-459.

course are disclosed. In short, i

YMCA STRESSES NEED by putting duty above self you. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 CAPRICORNBorn ,
turn .difficulties into valuable Work is a cure for worry. Thereare Den 22 thru Jan. 19 .

'. assets. indications that problems do Hew to established lines. The

FOR VOLUNTEER WORKERS 2-50-44-11-92-732. not stem from the actions of spirit of daring and enterprisemay

others alone, but; also from yourinnerjteliefs overcome your customarysense

GEMINI and your conscience: ,. of caution, and that could t
The Young Men's Christian Association is setting aside the week Born May 21 thru June 21 Shun conflict with inlaws or in spell trouble. The necessity of

of.January February 3' to interpret the aims of ibis largest and The road of love is rocky. You law courts and work for peaceful avoiding ill-advised attachments,

oldest characier-building agency throughout the Nation. may have to go through some per- adjustments no matter how justi- speculative ventures and steppedup -

Nationally and locally the organization is in need of volunteer sonal ordeals before you achieve fied you may feel. Work; will social and business spending is
workers to assist in carrying out the two great ideas to which it has
your heart's desires. Questionsthat bring comfort as well as increased capitalized. Do not get mixed up .
dedicated its work-helping young people become useful members of are related to your workaday revenues. You might also look in your friends' economic troubles ..

a democratic society and working to develop leadership among them affairs, well-being and beliefs into the possibility of gaining and show children and teenagersthe

by giving them worthwhile things to do.Because of this shortage of will have to be straightened out through the acquisition and repair right path to success When !

volunteer leaders we will again hear voices of appeal and see displays before you can establish a firm of old houses and reselling you adhere to your customary I !

urging qualified and upright male citizens to give leadership foothold on the path to fulfillment them. business and professional proce; I

in, the 1,818 YMCAs in the United States. and progress. The signs of even- 5-75-81-73-99-125. dures. Save all you can.
When we consider the fact that there are three and one-half mil- tual success provided by this per- 985227862573.
lion, young men _and boys holding membership in YMCAs in the iod make it well worth your while LIBRA .,

United States, we can see why the need is so urgent. to strive againstall odds( with ,renewed Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23 AQUARIUSBorn

The YMCA is now in its 106th year, and many faith and confidence. One Good judgment pays dividends.The Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

1 things that we now accept &'part and parcel of our of your first tasks is to reexamineyour head rather than the heart Take, and follow advice. The

1 American way of life were invented developed or attitudes. should prevail when you are deal. troublesome fa m U Y r domestic I

pioneered by organisation which-has opened its 4 -79-67- -345. ing with emotional interests, chil- housing partnership or marital
'?, doors to youth these many years. dren, friends and. other ventures. situations that defy solutions- Features

I The "Y" pioneered in the night school movement, CANCER Confusion could be the price of not being helped. The fact that

physical education and camping. The UYhas served Born June 21 thru July 22 misjudgment as evidenced at this you can do something about them 1400 WRHC 1400

our men in the armed forces since the Civil War; and since 1889 thei Meet crises calmly. The chance period. Don't spend. lend, buy or once you enlist the aid of old and
"Y" has helped export American "know-how" to 78 countries around trusted friends or the services of

the world.. specialists is KEN'
competent empha- KNIGHTPresenting
The Davis Street Branch YMCA was organized in 1949 and is GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 sized at this period. You may haveto ,

now an essential cog in the great YMCA wheel It is headquartersfor Use this cope. Loam .... abet yo.rself S... 10 cnh' (e.c dime abandon some of your fixed .;y ,
the Negro Division of ,the Community Chest; just recently it fa cola) 1M each IaoIoacope .rd..od byoil.. Iaclode self addressed, ideas in the process, but! the pros-
I 'spearheaded the organization of a, Civil Defense division with the 1'.4 ..,.10,.. Write pl.iaty. This offer. elM' not apply' to rald..h pect of waving away your prob- KNIGHT '
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ground observation tower in the process of being erected on the lems thereby should more than
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Moncrief Elementary School grounds; it has organized 27 YMCA I ,.0-1.0. FLORIDA STAR ASTROLOGER I II i pay for this sacrifice. You would 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly ;. .

dubs in schools in the community; and it sponsors such activities as ,. O. JtOX 5"JAaeJOHVILLI : not regret it in the days to come. i

basketball leagues, softball leagues, athletic achievement participation I J. lU. 5-99-61-%35 3525.PISCEs SWEET CHARIOT ,: ,-
,,all of which have a direct"appeal to growing boys. I II

rTecdloii .' education and religion are strongly emphasised Nes.eAddr.u SBLUESINTHERNIGHT
say I 9:30 to 10.30 Monday Thru -Friday.:
by the organization, which joins the National Office in conducting .- I II Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 '

.. 'a "World Wide Week'of Prayer"each year ia an attempt to build the -..... ,. Read between, the lines.. No ; ;; : :

spk&eal fibre of youths throughout the world. I CItr'. t -';: ''','' '-:" St .. I matter how convincing. .oral state;

', Your YMCA Puts Muscle In Their Character-Too! is a familiar B+.s. ._.... iftk .> q." .' -o.., s.''.'F-v,, : 4 ments or the written word may 10:3012 Monday Thru ,

slo lEan. However, the theme this year is'HELP ''BROADEN THEIR I : ". '"' ----- .-.... ,..."""...,.,,..-.........,-.'.-. -u--....---. .. --1 1j. I seem on the surface, you.should Saturday .
..tHORIZONS... THROUGH THE YMCA. -' .' 1" ,unearth the underlying, motives ,. I -
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.::4} ;>.! # '. .' : Scenes From Alpha .Phi. -"Alpha ''Fraternity_ Instalhttien t Banquet I

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Les Charmante Femmes, one of; ; .:. :'i-

,',;.Jacksonville's newly organize _

a bridge clubs, elected officers in a, .. f _
: recent' meeting held in the horn tLJ .e' f _

;of Mrs. Ransom Carter, 1924 Pull _
man "Court.The .

new officers are:,:Mrs. Dor 4 tF iij:
othy A. Dunlap, president; Mrs # \ \

: Delphine M. Brinson, vice presi,

1 dent; Miss Ernestine Frazier secretary -

; Miss Audrey White, assist- aL2

ant secretary; Mrs. Ransom Car- ; o 1 '

tpr, financial secretary; Mrs ;

Sophy White, treasurer; Mrs. C. ...,
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r I D. Cromartie, business manager; rCL /: w___. -r Ck ;
I Mrs. Vernell Glover, rePorter; '

y 1 Miss Hortense S. Jones, chaplain; i: .; ; I

J {. ) 3 Mrs. Margaret C. Day, entertain- .i- C :' S. \
ment chairman; Miss Ella Bron ca'gN MP Cr.l C C.C C C'i -cfr sL..w .
.: son; welfare chairman; and Mrs

1 Joyce ,J. DtiSkell,charity fund
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: ?; :: "SLIPPER" TEAA
"Slipper" Tea will be held iithei
social hall of Simpson Methodist -

I Church February 10, spon

stored by Usher Board No. 2. xvAy,. \ '
Working directly with the

event will be Mrs. Van Burei

Parker, Mrs. Orelia Mosley, Mrs \

Sadie Gadson, Mrs. Vennel

Glover, Miss Wilhelmina Anderson -

Mrs.'Ruth Brewton, Miss Flo-

retha Anderson, Mrs. Marvyi

.Jenkins. Mrs. Rosa L. Shannon. { t.. vg
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Miss Gloria Anderson, Gilbert

Gadson, Miss Evelyn Green, Mrs '
[4. Gladys Steward, Mrs. M. Black
Mrs. Ethel Rivers Mrs. Florene I E' _

Turner. and Miss Pearl Myers. _
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SAMUEL J. FOOTMAN FETED I[ lWW _'m':,,",,'. _

\ Samuel J. Footman, was guest ANNUAL EVENT Members of Upsilon Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Bottom left photo, reading from left to right: Mr. and Mrs. James Genwright,

of honor a "surprise"* birthday Alpha Fraternity art seen in the above photos as they attended their annual Instal.. Mr. and Mrs. William T* Harper and Mr. and Mrs. H. James Greene.

party sponsored by his wife, Mrs lation banquet held recently in the Richmond Tearoom. Bottom right photo, reading from left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Dennis T. Stewart

Jessie B. Footman. The affair wa: Top left photo reading from left to right: Mr. and'Mrs. A; St George' Richardson Mrs. E. W. Br ant, Mtl: Kerna D. McFarlin. E. W. Bryant: (background) Mr. and .

: I held in the couple's West Sixth Ernest D. Jackson. Sr.. Atlorney-at-Law; Mrs. Ernest Jackson, and Dr.. and Mrs. Charles E. Simmons Jr.; Dr. Jerry Isxard Mrs. Nathaniel Davis. Mrs. B. N.

Street home. ; ,>> Mrs. J. E. Bush. Gordon. St Augustine: (background) Nathaniel Davis Kerna D. McFarlin. Ralph' >>

1 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis White, Mr. Top right photo reading from left to right: (seated) Mrs. L M. Burner II: B. Stewart Jr? Dr. R. N. Gordon. St. Augustine: (background) James Genwright.

and Mrs. Claude Hogan, Mr. and ... Mrs. Jean C. Downing. Mrs., James L. Lewis. Mrs. Richard McBride. Miss Myrtle and Mrs.'Ralph B. Stewart- Jr. (Not shown are Mrs. Jerry Iszard and Mr. and Mrs.

Mrs.,John Hardy, Mrs. Ruby Wilson Turner: (standing) L H. Burner II: Dr. Jean C.'Dow 11ng. James L. Lewis, Richard Herman Howard..)

j Mrs. Eva Jordan and Homer McBride, Emerson_ Watts"and''Ralford Brown. FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS. : ._
Johnson were among guests present -

FLA-JAX* INSTALLATION 5S. Miss Claudia M. Jones Railway Ladies' AWxifiary Sponsor Delightful Entertainment I Ito"

BANQUET Schedules' Vocal Recital l

Members of the Fla-Jax Club

held their annual banquet last Miss Claudia M. Jones, contralto %

Thursday evening at the Lincoln soloist, will be heard February 4 C. C- f4j

Golf and Country Club. in Day Spring Baptist Church ..q ... .,.. -. $ ) : .. .fCC. .. : ...g.F .. .. .', .

Guests included Dr. and Mrs. H. when she will be featured in a Ct

James Greene and wives of the vocal recital. C ,

-; club members. The program will be held in the ; :: : sC a ar. ;r

; Dr. Greene formally placed the church auditorium and will beginat ... : ,*
into office: .b.
following persons
8:00 p. m. ( 6. ;
Charles Simmons, president; Dr. .
Miss 'Jones is -4 .
a product of the -
t James R. Henderson, vice president r
Hastings public schools and the ;' 3't;
; Dr. Jean C. Downing, re- 1 _____ / 4Z .}
Florida A. & M. School of Nurs- *
cording secretary; I. IL Burney,, I.- 3C \ -
ing. She, is the daughter of Mr. t financial secretary; Dr. W. W. +

Schell, treasurerE.; L. Harris,, and Mrs. Claude Hastings.The .

business manager; C. L.Williams,, event'is being sponsored. by ,,dZM Y s xil,4t %
Choir No.' 4. : '} '
sergeant-at-arms; and Doc Taylor,,

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chaplain. ;
_. J; Whittington, Robert Pepper : 1 m ( ,rt
: and L. I. Alexander are members Violet Club
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of the Board of Trustees. Y e j r

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Honors Members >:< > ::;:::''>"::;O<<::i=:<:: :<"! >:;:;"" 'W'tW.w.r. mll-j <:''A.'' <: > N;':' ;.V .;.V wc.> < 'NrT.< ""n.---y > nww
IRIS GARDEN MEMBERS AND GUESTS Ladies' Auxiliary No. 100 of the Brotherhood of Cherry Lamb Mrs. Lilly London, Mrs. Ollie Mae Williams R. Lazanbee Mrs. C.

The regular monthly meeting of Members of the Violet Saving Railway Workers are shown here along with many of the guests who participated in Folson. Mrs. Viola Smith B. Landley Mrs. M. Jones Mrs. Margaret Monroe Mrs. E.
Circle was
the Iris entertainment. Mrs..B..McCalL Mrs. G. Rucker. Mrs. Ollie Mae Thomas Mrs. Roxie Bur-
in the home of Mrs. Club met recently ,in the home of the festivity in connection with the group's annual Beasley
last.Tuesday 2035 Frazier St. Mrs. Blanche McBride, 1562 W. Jaxons present include Eddie Pugh J. Beasley.Sam Jones Mrs. B. Pugh. Mrs. roughs Mrs. L Alexander, Mrs. Porcher Taylor. Mrs. B. Belton and Mrs. Willie

A.Mrs.L. Washington George Wells was official 23rd Street, and celebrated birth- Maggie Sloan Mrs. A. Blackshell Mrs. Gadsen. Mrs. B. HalL H. L. Folson. Mrs., Gadson. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS.

hostess to the meeting; days of'two members. -

5. Mrs. McBride's home was beau- Joint Recital SlatedAt Wedding Bells the'many two old cities.friends and families in I Installation Set Byes

NEW ALPHA OFFICERS tifully decorated and'the guestsof Stork
In Jacksonville she is affiliated
Officers of Upsilon Lambda honor- were presented lovely Ebenezer SundayA Applications for Marriage Charmante Femmes
with the Mt. Zion :AME Church,
Phi Fra- gifts from the club.
Chapter of Alpha Alpha Deliveries
where she is of Stewardess
ternity installed recently are as The members made plans at the president The Les Charmante Femmes
recital will be held at
joint leader
Board No. 1 of
Adline Til- scheduled
meeting to visit Mrs. Bridge Club has formal
follows Ebenezer Methodist Church Sun- Allen Jacob, 1006 W. Church the
Class No. 4 treasurer of Sunday
Born Ta
William T. Harper, president; ley, 1556 W. 23rd St., a member : installation, rites for Feb. 8, 1957.
day, 'January 27 7:30 p. m., featuring St., age 22 and Irene Bates, 1438 School and president of the
Charles E. Simmons,. Jr., vice who is confined to ,her home due Miss Catherine Foster, Van Buren St., age 21. The group met last Friday nightin
president Ralph B. Stewart Jr., to illness. Ernest and Theager Hall, 2421 Lincoln Missionary Society.. the home of Mrs. Margaret 'C.
; lyric and the James Wel- Jos. W. Meadows, 735 N. -
recording secretary; Nathaniel Lantana Ave., boy, Jan. 4. soprano I Day, 1944 Decottes Street when
Court 37 and Idella Rob-
don Johnson Junior High School age To help prevent bedsores, wash
Davis financial secretary; Wen- German and Jacquelyn Cooper, the date for the installation was
I Speech Chorus. inson, 140 Johnson St., age 27. the bedridden patient's back with
dell Holmes, Jr., corresponding Able B & S Club Sr., 315E. Beaver St., boy, Jan. 134dbert The recital sponsored by theWomen's Leroy Hayes, 2133 Mars St., age soap and water daily. For-added set.Mrs. .'
treas- Dorothy A. Dunlap president
Bush 233
secretary; Dr. J. E. and Cora Stephens, 23 and Joyce Marshall, 1050 Madison follow with 'alcohol ,
Society of Christian comfort up an .of the club, stated that fur- ..
James Genwright sergeant- N. St., girl Jan. 3.
urer;; Changes Meeting DayThe Service, will be held in the audi- St, age 16. rub to toughen the skin, and ther details the installation ';'
I. H. Burney, II, parliamentarian on :
at-arms; Johnnie L. and Lula Bell 1905 torium of the church, located at Walter D. Harris, 2344 JanetteSt dust with powder to keep the skin '
would be published at later
and Kerna D. W. 21st St., girl.Jan. 3. age 21 and Gertrude M. Gel-
Able Business and So ialClub" the corner of Clay and Ashley dry.. date. i
lin/chaplain. Willie and Catherine Key, Rt Streets. sey 1254 Odessa St, age 20. .f. _
met last Wednesday eveningat
Drexel .
'1, Box 297, boy, Jan.. 3. Wm. C. Baker, 1130
1238 W. Duval StreetIn The talented Miss Foster js the 20'and '
and Purdy, 713' Blvd, Chicago, I1L, age You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get
DelRio Ladies Meet a previous meeting held in Benj. Evelyn daughter of Mrs. Emma Foster
i Betty J. Reeves, 1134 McConnihe
the home of Mrs. Hazel Thomas, Court H., boy, Jan. 4. and the late Mr. Richard Foster.

1957 1 Officers Elected 262 Elm'Street, the time of meet- Edward and Patsy Livingston She is a product of the local Blvd Joe'age L. Holloway 18. 1047 W. 4th
ing was changed from Thursdayto 354 Elm St, girl, Jan. 4. schools, later attending Bennett Asberry\) LOW
St, age 21 and Clara ,
James and Georgia Blount Rt. Greensboro N. C. and .
Del-Rio Ladies Club has Wednesday. College in ,
The Rt 4, Box 440B age 20. : .1
scheduled .a meeting for Sunday,, The results of the election held 9, Box 888, twin boys, Jan. 4. Bethune-Cookman College in Richmond Davis, '1017 Julia St, On Your .1I

January 27, 6:00 p. m., in the recently are as follows: Billie and Carrie Lundy;; Route Daytona Beach, Fla. She traveled 30 and Alberta H. L. Hanies, I

home of Mrs. Alberta Williams,, Mrs. Mae Eva Washington, 4, Box 720, boy, Jan. 7. extensively with the Bethune- age 1352 W. 6th St, age 32. NEEDS !
2118 McQuade Street. president?Mrs. Lessie Mae Pooler, Arthur and Virgie Savage, 1558 Cookman concert choir and since Robt J. English Louisiana Mo., MUG STORE ,
Viola Cul- W. 6th St., boy, Jan: 1. furthered her
The club met recently in ,the vic president; Airs. that time has. age 22 and Penelope Quinn 1026 .
Ann Hol- breth, recording secretary; Mrs. Moses and Eamestine Gilmore, studies in muse in New York :}
r home of Mrs. Georgia W. Duval SL, age 21. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug ,
financial 725 E. 5th St, girl' Jan. 1.
L. Foster secre-
officers for Edythe City.
elected -
comb and Clyde Wright, Jr., 2958 St Augustine -
results of the electionare tary; Mrs. Hazel Thomas, treasurer i Augustus and Malissa Denson, The James Weldon Johnson '
1957. The Rd, age 23 and Gwendolyn Will Meet Prices Advertised :
and chaplain; Mrs. Beulah j Route 8, Box 407, boy, Jan. 1. Speech Chorus is under the direc- We Any
: 21.
as follows Hiighes, 3711 Stuart St, age
Mrs. Birdie Mae Williams, pres- Hill, sinking fund treasurer; and LeRoy and Margie Currelay, tion of Mrs. Norma Hull Bland, In Your Local Papers )

ident; .,Mrs Georgia Ann Hol- Miss Jewel Hill, reporter. Felder 9923 1st Ave. S., Jax Beach, boy, well-known dramatic instructor. ., :' :

... comb vice president; Mrs Lurrie Robb and Miss Beulah Hill were Jan. 2.Loyde. Southside Resident
sick commit- and Hattie Smith, 514 PHARMACY 1 f
secretary; Mrs Arlea: named to head the WOOJYS DIXIE I
Dorsey, secretary; Mrs. Caroline ;"g1H/J b.3._ 2320 Davis St, boy, Jan 8. I Visits South CarolinaMrs. .
Jackson, Hammonds, treasurer;; tee.Other members of the club include Earnest and Theager Hall Jr.,. Julius and, Rosie Williams, lift KIHGS ROAD .t MYRTLE AVENUE ..
,Gussie M. Ben Mitchell Clarence Mc- 2421 Lantana Ave.,.boy, Jan. 4. Mayport girl'Jan. 9. PHONES EL J-5SfT.it1
Mrs. Ola Bell Williams, chairman chaplain;; Neal, Mrs. Annie McNeal Miss Walter3 and Alidrfe" Thomas, James and Jessie'Mitchell, 3036 Susie Moffitt S. Jacksonville w. Del 0r.r VIe Abe fflf All Doct/ 'relCrI"uo.. : i

Mrs Alberta Williams, and Mrs. Chiffon 2957 'Willow St, boy/'Jan. 5. Bethel Court, girl, Jan. 9. resident recently returned
Mable Mann JI
of the'program l ,committee of; Mrs the Kings. .. :". Johnny-and ''ROsa RfggTns,,.635 H.P.and Bessie'Suggs,Box 208 .from a visit to Sumter and Mays- PAY YOUR LIGHT> WATER AND TELEPHONE .

Thelnur?Brown, chairman .. Rose Mrs.. Washington' announced 3rd11 Ave. South, Jax Beach, boy, Baldwin, boy, Jan.:;9, I viHe S. C. BILLS AT OUR STORE 4
sick committee; andMrs. Willie and Jewel Hughes, 1241 Mrs. Moffitt a native SouthCarolinian :
and business that,,the books'arej now-open. for Jan 7.Jake. I
Marie Williams, reporter .- I Jan..9. was entertained by I ,
manager. new. members;- and Bertha Walker; Jr., Steele Court 1:

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II St. Paul AME Is Host To Young Men's Christian Assn. '} ".: .

._ Presides! Dwight D. Eise ower BUhep R. A. Grant Club- 7fa Week (eliicuJJIeJ.6 ,e f ;;

K Endorses Halioaal"YMCA Week"The "Christ's Call To The ThirstjV

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"YMCA Week" celebration, January 27through February 3, "- "
I will be launched at St. Paul AME Church Sunday January 27, 4:00p. : N
HL, in the joint program sponsored by +

Christian Endeavor League. The Rev. Mr. J. A. Roberts host pastor.W. eG a JOHN 7:37: ; IF ANY ONE THIRST. LET HIM COME!TO

W. D. Sweet, chairman of the = .'.p ME AND DRINK .(RSV)
"YMCA Week" committee, Dr. E. Orange Streets, from 3 to 6 p. m.
w W. Thompson, chairman of the Reservations must 6e> in by Feb. These are bold words, and they would be as false as they are

Davis. Street YMCA Board, andJ. 12. bold if He who spoke them were no more than a man-these were .
W. Word, executive secretary, The annual banquet and dance the words of Christ This is one of the sayings of Christ that says a

have issued a joint invitation to will be held February 16 jn the great deal in a few words. It is an invitation\ from Christ! All human

all YMCA clubs, including Gra- high school gymnasium. need, all human desires, are expressed in this one word, '"THIRST:*
All and senior Hi-Y club >, ". If thirst let him to "
Ys, Hi-Ys, and Senior Hi-Ys to junior any one come me and drink Jesus uses
j: participate in the initial program.A members are eligible to attend the this symbolic act to turn attention from the physical thirst to the

special invitation has also conference. Additional information yP spiritual thirst of man, and to give assurance of its satisfaction in
school may be secured at the YMCA %! Himself to those who believe.All .
been extended to principals
advisors of YMCA clubs, Branch, 415 Broad Street. one has to do is look around,

PTAs, Dads' Clubs, YMC board and he will see that human beings

-' members, women auxiliaries,. and need more than materialistic .
Mrs. Currie To Speak S .
interested persons to attend things to satisfy them. Here i in _
I and sit in the special! section that For Bethel District TIt1TiII'GRANT ] this country. of plenty-which
will be reserved for them. maintains the highest standard of

An interesting program has living in the world, we boast that
District No. 15 of Bethel Baptist
occasion that we have more cars, more house-
been planned for the Institutional Church will cele- _nomoo '_n__. _noo,,_,__,_"_--on _
? will include music by talented hold appliances, more telephones,
individuals and groups and an brate its First Anniversary Sun- MEMORIAL CHURCH' AUXILIARY-The Bishop R. A. Grant Club of Grant Memorial AME (in the Jacksonville area there are

t address by 'a prominent local day, January 27, from: to 6 p. m., Church are shown in the above'photo as they attended a meeting held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. more requests for telephones than

figure. in the home of Mrs. Alice Kirk. A. W. Riley 1825 Mars Street in the entire state of Alabama),

President Dwight D. Eisen- Patrick, 948 W. Eighth Street 'Heading from left to right are Mrs. Annie Rogers Mrs. Mattie Wright. A. W. Riley. Mrs. C. J. more televisions, etc., than any

hower, in a special tribute to the Mrs. Amy S. Currie, head of' the Riley Mrs. L. Semons Mrs. N.. P. Pauline. Mrs. E. B. Byrmd. Mrs. R. M. Johnson. Mrs. M. Berry'andMrs. other country in the world. But,
English.Department of New Stan- A. M. 'Scurry. we also sell medicinesand
YMCA, had this to say: "The Na- nerve
tion in celebrating YMCA Week ton Senior High School, will deliver FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY CHARLES WILKERSON. JR. more books on subjects deal

Sunday recognizes the close part- the address., She will be introduced ing with the mind than any other !

nership of the Y and the, Church by Mrs. Thelma H. Mrs. L. E. Morris. Entertains Club country in the world. The average
Jones head of New Stanton'sMathematics
I number of mentally ill patients in
in preparing our youth to become t .
spiritually strong, morally sound DepartmentMrs. America for 1949 was 475,540ina _
Ervin Corley will be mis- "land of plenty." This alone

tress of ceremoniese for the pro- proves that man needs more thanmaterialistic *

Rev. A. Hughes gram, which will also feature the things to live and
<. Female Trio of Mt. Ararat Baptist have a healthy mind.
Junior Women Speaker, E. Mrs. Jamie -
Church, W. Harper, l Man is thirsty for somethingman
Mendez, Mrs. George Lewis, Mrs. 5
cannot give. Christ, with His F
The Rev. A. J.: Hughes, pastor Claire S. Williams, Miss Rosetta Infinite Mind, anticipated the

54 of St. John Baptist Church, will Carter, Miss Francina Carter, course of history and the words

.J deliver the sermon for the Dis- Miss Barbxara Jean Ellis, Master that He spoke then were intended for us today, If any one

trict Junior Women's Convention John Bradley, and Mrs. Mildred thirst, let him come to me and drink "

.Sunday afternoon, January 27, 3 Riley. Is it possible that we, as Christians, have not seen the power

clock.. in Second Baptist Church. that we can receive in accepting this invitation from Christ? Too

The occasion is th observance of San Jose Church'StartsDiaiADevotional often we attempt to satisfy and quench this thirstiness of the soul

National Junior Women's Day. by other means.
The Rev. K. D. Britt is host
Some of us attempt to satisfy this thirstiness by relying on our

pastor. r own self-limited powers. We say, "I don't need any help"; we attemptto
The program committee has A new congregation on the satisfy ourselves by turning to ourselves for the solution to the
engaged several choirs and talented Southside, the San Jose Churchof
many problems that confront us. We praise cursives-trying to sat- .
individuals. of the city to Christ, instituted a Dial-A-Devotional isfy the ego.but in the long run, all this fails-the thirst is still there 1

participate.Mrs.. Service this week. As a 'S L and we find ourselves still wanting. We then become frustrated. Man
Mary K. Gibson, president, community service, teh cchurchhas :, this
> cannot satisfy thirst of the soul himself; he must have someone
has issued a statement solicitingthe installed equipment whereby .oo?'{ '->;:il:< ':"':"'!"": r.:' _" i ... "ARPkh.. ., ; '''''1'w that is greater than himself-he must have Christ!
full cooperation of all local
anyone may hear' a brief devo- EASTSIDE FELLOWSHIP MEMBERS-Members of the Eastside Fellowship Praying ,Club was entertained Some of us attempt to satisfy our thirstiness by putting our com

societies. tional message at any hour of the by Mrs. L. E. Morris recently in her home. 956 .W. Twelfth Street Reading from left to right plete trust in external agents-like being a member of*a certain organization -

Committee members include day or night simply by picking up are Mrs. L. Stewart.president- Miss D.'Turner financial secretary; Mrs. O. Chandler, chairman of sick living in certain neighborhoods, and achieving certain intellectual -

Mrs. Ada Reeves, Mrs. Lilian. his phone' and dialing FLanders committee: Mrs. A. McQueen; Deacon Cleveland; sand Mrs. A. W. Morris tr treasurer. levels. I am not attempting to discredit these things, but.

r King and Mrs. Annie L. Huff 91575. The message'consists- of a FLORIDA STAR PHOTO BY CHARLES_ WILKERSON JR. am saying that the THIRST OF THE SOUL cannot be satisfied by .
Rev. Britt is moderator. JI J-
scripture reading and prayer. these agencies-they are not enough! They ar- not enough because ,

Americans."In These messages" recorded daily Jerusalem Baptist Sets FRATERNAL NOTES Ushers Plan the basis by which we are attached to them are too frail-for the _-:---_
special observances throughout .
by the minister,.Eddie G. Couch. lack of money might take it away from us-or illness. They are not
the land, the Church and the
Dinner Sale SaturdayDistrict permanent in our lives; too often they fade away. '
YMCA will renew their centuryold 1 GRAND UNION OF TAMPA
pledge of cooperation toward Mt. Ararat District 'Mrs. Lois Cain, deputy, and the Musical Tea Some of us attempt to satisfy this thirtiness by reading all sorts
this magnificant No. 5 of Jerusalem of books, trying to find within the pages something that will give us
common purpose.
Rev. Mr. G. W. Miller, reporter,
Sponsors EntertainmentDistrict will comfort-trying to find on the radio or television that will
"It is a pledge of service to our Baptist Church, Southside, announced jointly that all lodges A musical programs
tea sponsored by
Nation for which all of us may sponsor a chicken dinner Satur- give us an answer to our problems. We try to talk to certain peopleto
and pallbearers of the Grand Usher Board
1 of
Central CME
26 beginning at see if they can say something that might give us a clue that would
thank God today and every day. No. ,20 of Mt. Ararat' day, January Union of Tampa, Fla., The Rev. Church will be given Sunday
STATE CONFERENCE Baptist Church is sponsoring a 12:00 noon, in the educational satisfy our thirsty souls.
Mr. W. R. Robinson Grand Presi-
from 4 to 6 p. m. in the home of
SCHEDULED Town and Country party Friday building. die will There should be no question in our minds as to whether or not
dent are notified that be Mrs. Marion Strickland, 441 Madi-
Sarasota has been designated as night January 25, 8 o'clock, in the Each member of the district are in Jacksonville Wednesday night son Street. individuals today, more than ever, seem to be trying tq, find some-

the place of the 1957 meeting of home of Mr. and Mrs. Frazier, responsible for two dinners. Feb. 13, to meet with No. 224 at thing that they cannot give themselves-something from outside
the S ate Hi-Y and Tri-Y Conferences 1663 W. Seventh Street. Dinners will be delivered upon Walter Memorial Zion AME The Christian Education Board forces, or any materialistic thing. It is a healthy thirst to have, for
will meet Sunday at 4:30: p. m. in it is the first that leads to the of desire.
scheduled for Feb. 1517. M. T. Brown, leader of District requestThe Church. step recognition a burning
Registration begins Feb. 15 at 20, announced that all membersare Rev.. Mr. S. Cooper is pastor the home of Mrs. Ruby Felton Wen we have looked within, outside, around and down, with the
Booker High School 32nd and N. 'expected to be present of Jerusalem Baptist. The purpose of the meeting and 1482 Grothe St. The,junior church knowledge that the search wilFfail or have failed, there is but one
special visit is to make arrangements will sponsor a tea at the church. place left to look, and that is "Up." The truth of the matter is, we

for the Grand Lodge that The Boosters Club will meet are trying to quench a thirst that only God can quench. Nothing that

U The "Florida Star" Offers will meet in Gainesville, Fla. during Monday night in the home of Mrs. man has can satisfy that thirst. It cannot be bought or sold by man-

the month of May. Estella Rousseau, 921 Scriven Stat Christ paid the price for it with His blood. Christ recognized this and

Presidents of all lodges are,expected 7:30 p. m.Stewardess. that is why He said, If any one' thirst, let him come to me and

to be present at the meet- Board, No. 2 will drink He may come with nothing but nature's craving with

FINANCIAL AID ing. J" present Mrs. Edna Jackson in a nothing beyond a great longing, a dumb desire. If it is not at first a
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..r. musical recital Feb. 10. spiritual desire, coming to Christ will make it so.
w PRINCE HALL MASONIC We thirst for love. How many lives have been wrecked for the

ToChurchesChoirs CLUB' lack of it? How many hearts have been smashed and torn to pieces ,'

The Masonic Club of the Prince Society PlansObservance because it failed them? How many lives have been lost trying to ob-

Hall Masons will hold its regular tain it? How many homes have been broken because of the lack of it?
Usher Boards
;,y\, meeting Sunday; January 27, at This desire may fall back upon itself (:and it does), or it may shrink '

w: 4:00 p. m.Members. Of back and yearn and pine in the lonely heart; but, satisfied it cannotbe

Savings Clahs are urged to attend unless it finds the fountain, the fullness and the flow of love in

S the meeting. Jesus Christ.
HistoryWeek Friends, when you drink of that spiritual fountain, your thirst is

< Garden Circles Etc. PYTHIANS PAY FINAL truly quenched-it is not the type of water that will dry up-it is
TRIBUTE not the type of water that man can cut off. It is not the type of water '-
The Mary F. Handy Missionary
that needs to be purified it is the Living Water! The Everlasting
Sir Knights of Pythians assem- ; .
J Society of ?Mt Zion AME Church
t Investigate Today How Your Church, Club or bled" at Second Baptist Church, will observe Negro History Week Water! The kind of water that cleans the soul-that refreshes the

heart; the kind of water that brings happiness-joy-love-righteous-
., Secure from last Thursday to pay final respectto Feb. 10, with a special
# Any Organized Group May $50 to $500 Sir Garfield Williams, a member the occasion. programfor ness; the kind of water that gives eternal life. r-

: To Carry Out Building Programs -:- Increase Treasuries I The committee presented a skit t .

Sponsor Worthwhile Projects ; -I last month with arrangementsmade
O.E.S. NO, 5 Mrs. T. O. Butler
"f \ No Mortgages .:- No Loans -:- No Strings by cochairman -
Princess of Sheba No. 75, Orderof of the program commit

FOR COMPLETE INFORMATION FILL IN THE BLANK BELOW Eastern Star met last Friday in tee. The title was "Unawares." -i: iOur
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,'' ..' Florida Star the Masonic Temple on Broad A meeting will be held Tuesdayat

423 Broad Street Street. 6 p. m. in the Aurora Bible

.,! ; Jacksonville ,1, Florida ,. Mrs. L. Frank Collins, matron, Class room. The president has
)- informed members of the illness .
issued a request for all membersto
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1 of Mrs Carrie Frailer and urged ; I
with information how i- ,* attend. Each account Is'
Kindly provide us template, oa :
{ liberal
-:; !" -. all to visit her. f' '
be the to
will made
Reports by earaiags are compounded up
j" .1: x Nome of Church Club. or.OraafllrtHofi. t:" 7: :',:' ;( .ee.. Tanner Turner committee chair- Sam I- $10,000 by the F
...,. ,. .
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f f'M aid for its- "' '"- -- .- .<.- < ., MRS. ROSA McCANT I man on budget and finance, and Annually o Savings V2OJO Federal Savings !t
In this Association
', ;"', :. .. :Type of Protect ? :: ..'" Members of Heroines of Jericho the program committee. which Is and Loan Insurance ;
: '. <- ( .... Corporation cif
:. 188 Daughters of Spinx and chartered and supervised
: y Our next meeting will be held P". .
< -- 19 by theU. authorized by enact
Order of Eastern Star Chapter OF DIVIDEND
.1, .
.... -'" y. .S. Government. .
;:.- Congress.a.
: '''' assembled at Grant Memorial COLI SIFFEIEIS

)_'f' :1'A >'. HOMO SChtoreh{ or Name of Parson's, Hontt- '.. .r.:. ;'Yi';:......- iJ_ >. AME Church last Thursday to pay
: : final tribute to Mrs. Rosa McCant Get STAN BACK. UbUU .r p.wden.
: Street asd ; for r..lef of COLD DISCOMFORTS.
; Number'f The S T A N B A C K proscription tyPe
'3 : : ::: \ format H n cemfeinftben of pain relieving
fl i d''d "
:, ;:: CHy l PATRONIZE, f.r FASTER InerWltnts RELIEF that of work HEADACHE.together
''R uest. .... .
-.... j Name of Person Requesting Information, NEURALGIA and ACHING MUSCLES
c Florida StarAdvertisers due to colds. STANBACK also RE'DUCeS
Adl ,
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;t!:, Florida Senator Sees Possibility... Of Civil Rights I** "-


1\! I i Se ale Rejects "Rewrite"; Move i Urban League .Gifted At Fla-Jax. Annual Banquet i ** '\

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I ;= ResolilioB Woild Limit Debate, *.

j WASHINGTON-Florida's Senator George Smathers, chairman w 3 ai *

I.I of the Senate Democratic campaign committee,said in a recent radio *

/ interview that "the facts' Indicate" that there are enough votes to I *

pass a civil rights program at this sssion of Congress.
In reply to a direct question as to whether or not he thought .

t, '. there would be a Southern filibuster against civil rights legislation,

'f Smathers replied: "I anticipate that there will be'a form of a Filibuster -

> yes but I don't belfeve it will be strong enough or there :' (4ed .

J i \ will be enough men participating in it to actually make it effective. ;

\ He said, he would be happy to *

take' part m a filibuster against votes of 64 senators or twothirdsof 55' r.

f any program that "infringes upon the entire membership, to cut ..y
the rights of the states" but added '
r off a filibuster. \ Srr
l : "I hcope that the rules committee aeuc ,

or possibly the judiciarys
1 Laura Street Installs A orS
committee-both of them have a : *
A Up ot the Pepsi CAP w
proposed civil rights program in
New Church OfficersThe these outstanding 7ellDI
t them"now-whichever one reports I American who make oar
/ a ,the modified and sensible bill, ; country and our community '\,
then I would under those circumstances Rev. Mr. Wilbert B. Miller, a better place in which to Uve.
of Laura .Street, Presbyterian '
i not'participate because I pastor -

I think it would be a useless thingto Church, recently ordained Ir *

do." three lders and performed intalla- __ n__
{ tion rites '' church officers. "'7," *
Senator Smathers stid he did or new
MEMBERS AND GUESTS WITNESS PRESENTATION Theodore L. Redding, pasi president of the Fla-Jax Club. Inc. is seen
not think Floridt and other Southern Mrs\ W. C. Alexander, Thomas in the background of the above he check for $1,350 Dr. Warren *
photo as presents a to W. Schell, Jr. Chairman of the Board of Directorsof
states are ready yet for hit- Simmons and Thomas Scriven the Jacksonville Urban League. '
grated schools, but stated further were ordained as elders. ;i 4r
Persons present at the club's annual'banquet are as follows:
that "the time will come. when Mesdames Marion Avlehie, Front row reading from left to right: Mr. and'Mrs. L. L Alexander and Mr. and Mrs C. L. Williams. *

p that particular feeling will not be Gladys Richardson and Katie Second,row. reading from left to right: Mrs. W. L. Redmond. Mrs. Robert Pepper. Mrs. H. James Greene Mrs. Theodore L. Red +M. if

as firm as it is today." Strayhorn were installed. as deacons ding. Mrs._Warren W. Schell Jr.. Mrs. Charles E. Simmons Jr.. Mrs. L H. Burney. H. Mrs. Chester Satterwhite and Mrs. E. L. Harris.

J He predicted that Republicansand of the church.Christopher Back row reading from left to right: Dr. W. L._ edmond. Robert Pepper., Dr. H. James Greene who performed the installation ifif
Richardson, Willie
:i 'Northern Democrats will be ceremony for the club: Theodore L. Redding making presentation: Dr. Warren W. SchelL Jr., accepting the check Charles E. Simmons.
strong enough after the 1958 elec- Smith and Thomas Simmons were Jr.. i. H. Burner II, Chester Satterwhite. E. L. Harris,.and Dr. James R. Henderson.FLORIDA. STAR PHOTOS. I:'
tion to bring about a change in installed as trustees. x *
Senate rules two hence. -
= Earlier this month years, the Senate White Mission, 613 ,W. Ashley St. MUSIC TEACHERS SET FLA-JAX *
";. Lincoln Douglas Assn. The publics invited to attend.A *- Medic i CLUB GIVES -
rejected 55-38, a move to rewriteits *
will be ____ I
musical program rendered 4th
rules. Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson Slates Annual ANNUAL CLINICMusic
r of Texas, Senate Democratic lead. ProgramAt and the main address will CHECK TO LEAGUE BETTY JEAN JOHNSON *
be delivered by Mr. B. F. Mc- Matthew W. Gilbert
er, then joined the Republican Clara White MissionThe Laurin International Field Organizer teachers of_Duval Countyare xT' IllCh School *
leaders in a resolution that would their yv Theodore L. Redding, past pres- Pepsi-Cola dealers
sponsoring annual music Betty
of Brotherhood of Sleep- tribute this week to .
enable two-thirds of the senators Lincoln Douglas Associa- festival Monday, January 28, 7:15p. ident of the Fla-Jax Club, Ino, Jean Johnson of the sen-
present and voting to order a time tion will conduct its annual pro- ing Car Porters.No m., in the James Weldon Johnson presented a check for $1,350 to Dr. student ior class.member She is an of honor mod- ifif

limit on debate. gram February 12, 1957, at 8 p. m. admission' will be chargedto Junior High School auditorson Warren W. Schell, club member em dance group and a
majorette. Betty is member
The presnt rule requires the in the auditorium the Clara the affair. Junior High School audito- and chairman of the Board of Di- of Jerusalem Baptist
rium. rectors of the Jacksonville Urban Church, where she serves *
as pianist.
League, at the club's annual ban-
William D. Wheeler and Thomas y s *

Your Old Wooden, Structure thune Demps,Cookman music instructors College, will at Be-be quet Mr.held Redding last Thursday expressed night thanksto ** *

i BLOCK BUILDING clinicians at, this Fourth Annual \ his cabinet, club members and *
Music Festival.Mr. their guests at the annual Christ- S
Wheeler received the B. A. mas dance, which made the 'siz
CAN NOW BE CONVERTED Degree from Florida & M. Uni- able contribution possible. He ,*

S versity, Tallahassee, Florida, and stated that "It is the hope of the i.

Into A Beautiful Brick Home the M.,.Av, Degree from Columbia Fla-Jax Club that setting such a

: i< University, New Yoork City. He precedent will make it possiblefor *

Red Brick -:- Egg Shell White -:- Buff studied trumpet, with, Robert other organizations to take *

Before Young, William Vacchiano and similar action for such worthy
Here Is Actual Proof Bricking I .:<
-0 Charles Colin of New 'York City JOSEPH TYRONE ALFREDB. projects.

,, :; and he holds membership in'sev- S. M. T. (JLS.C.P.) New officers were installed dur- *
t : ) $(j '1: : : eral national'organizations foster- ing the banquet by Dr. H. James I. .

"? ing music and education. Mr.; Dr. E. H. Washington prominent Greene, principal of Smart-Pope- : :. 1

1 [ : Demps is a product of Bethune- physician,and surgeon of this Livingston School.Calendar *
c Cookman College, Daytona Beach, city. announces the opening of a ROBERT CARTER

Florida, and sang in 5 the De Pau Clinical Pathology Laboratory New Stanton Senior .
Choir while serving in the United which is under the direction of *, filCh School
Joseph T. Alfred. who is a qualified Tea SundayAt Robert Is a member of the
k _I States Army. He is well knownfor senior class and is a tenor
his service with the Bethune- Medical Technologist as determined soloist for the Stanto-

Cookman Singers. by the American Societyof Stanton High School Musi-Cho.of the He Shiloh is a Baptist member -

Clinical, Pathology. He is a Church where he serves
Music students, school chorusesand
as reporter for the youth
: bands from Douglas Anderson graduate of Beihune-Coolcxnan council. His ambition is to
Homeroom mothers of New be medical. technologist.
I It '' College Daytona Beach. Fla. and
Junior High School,Isaiah Blocker *
Stanton Senior High School are
Junior High School, James Meharry ville. Tenn.Medical. College Nash- in their final week of prepara- .,.. *-
+ a. Weldon Johnson Junior High
_4 :;_ Some of the tests that tional activities leading up to the
School will participate in the pro- many .
( performed in the Clinical Laboratory presentation of their "Third An-
grantC. nual Calendar Tea", Sunday, beginning *
are: Electro-Cardiogrami
E. Cox will direct junior high
school bands and a combinationof (test for heart abnormalities). at 4 p. m. ifif

The Same Home After Bricking junior bands and choruses; Basal Metabolism Test. Fried "More than one hundred mothers -

Thomas Demps will, direct junior ,man's (test for early pregnancy). representing some fortyfiveor .
high school choruses;,W.D. Wheeler Complete Blood Counts with the more homeroom groups of the F *
school will be on hand at the affair -
detection of the different of
will direct the orchestra; C. types ;? *
Sunday in order to help meet
King will direct senior high school Anemia. Blood Sugar determination -
and greet the large number of: kr *
_ choruses; and W. P. ''Foster will N.P.N. Complete Urinalysis yr
spectators and friends, who have
direct senior bands and a combin- i and many other diagnostic tests. *
j indicated that they would attend r-
atsion of senior bands and cho-
this event", reports Mrs. FrancesH.
ruses. .
,, Roulhac, president of New :
The public is invited to attend Circle To Present Stanton's homeroom mothers or *
the program.
ganization. DOROTHY ANN WADE
Matthew W. Gilbert ifif
B-CC EnsembleThe Highlighting the annual event U&h School

will be Mrs.. Etta L. Brooks, who
s' \: Dorothy Is an honor student
Bolden To Start will give one of her usual excel- and a member of the *
senior class. Her extracurricular
per.,. Bethune-Cookman Eifeem- lent interpretations and reviewsof activities Include _

H Piano ClassesPiano ble will appear in Jacksonville Pearl .S. Buck's "Imperial senior membership high glee club In and the *

March according to plans an- Woman". Mrs. Brooks is the student council. She is a ifif
member of Mt. Mortah
nounced by the Mary McLeod assistant librarian at the Wilder Methodist Church where
classes w?re scheduled to Bethune Circle, the sponsoring Park Branch of the Public Li- she Choir.if active In the Junior

begin Friday with John H. Bol- group. brary, also the wife of Professor *

den, music teacher and director of The final plans for the event, Charles D. Brooks, principal of '
* *
the children's community orchestra were made in the last meeting of New Stanton.

and the Darnell-Cookman the Circle which met at the MaryM. Appearing as honored guest at if "*

Elementary school band teachingthe Bethune Community Center. the tea will be Ish Brant, County Coagrotiil tioiis from Pepsi
'.r classes. Mrs. Magdeline Peters, the pres- Superintendent of Public Schools, Cola to these three Merit

The class: isspecifically designed ident presided at the meeting and who ,is scheduled to bxingg reet- Award winners!
for children between the ages I tickets were given to the members ings from the local school board. Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

Warmer In Winter -:- Cooler In Summer of S, and 12, who.have no formal I who were present. Music for the program will be TEEN.TIME salutations ,OB WRHC Pepsi, 1400'Colo ,

... % training in music. Mr. Bolden. The program will be given in furnishedn by the Stanton Glee on your dial Saturdays
COSTS states that the first pre-piano the auditorium -Isaiah Blocker Club under the direction of Mrs. 10:45 to 11:45 A.M.
classes are filled, but due to the Junior High School. Alpha H. Moore.

tH L NO MONEY DOWN! I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS 'I large number of patrons who .

would like to enroll..their children *

a new class would open Fri-
I----i f' S FOR FREE ESTIMATES ., .. CALL day Jan. 25. rife Proof Ritz Theatre Quiet *

Some of the special features of *

PHONE EL 4-5863 the class,are: The child will learn THUIS. FII. SAT. JA.4UAIY 24..2526. .

the piano keyboard; the readingof FIRST RUt'-1 -
music notation; the child will "A CRY IN THE NIGHT' *

i S WILLARD CONSTRUCTION CO. also learn to play many simple R..dol"- afro Scott .
both the
songs on the piano using "CORONERS CBEEIC"
and left hands he will.gain ,
right ;

rhythm and the pulse of music. 2 FIRST RUN .m. .

I I NEW HOMES BUILT ALL TYPES REMODELING The parent will not need to pur- GENTLE PERSUASION, ,.>'. t, S Pepsi Cola

chase 'a piano for the child until -,4- .... DeaUn of

t L AT LOW COST, ". AT REASONABLE RATES there is an indication that the '1AGUAR" Jacksonville! Y,
t ? -:\ child will be successful on the -
"Relax In Fireproof Comfort
piano. : :
yt ti CALL US AND BE CONVINCED 'ri' ... '.' OUR PRICES CAN'T BE BEAT Classes will be''" held -at-2922 On Solid Concrete Floors" Werettt 1rUtanI awar -'JLan s. Pepsis!
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"Pas.,5tz ., .,."" .. ?.THl; /J.0At AlSTAft. Saturday, January1>>1157 it

I -- News Of Interest From. All Sections Of Beautiful Florida 1l: "


Putnam::: County News I FAMU Alumni Elects Officers For 57 I

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- :;:: "Be: sure Jo girt_. to the March of Dimes." :
: -Mr. C. S. Belton Sr was our guest to the mories lad week. aobr N tpJ4\ I
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This week we shall like io have,a* our guest io the movies a \yVx
young matron who possesses a very pleasant personality.She eq, i k .,
is quite a Florida Star ,y 4
reader. She is very ,cooperative Mrs. J..Hines. of Macon. Ga. SgL -\ "
with whoever delivers her Star to Htee is:the.brother of Mr. Willie "
her. She lives across the street Hfetf. SsJ. Hines left for overseas

from one of my relatives. She is duty;last Tuesday. } I

a factory worker and also pleas- :

ingly plump. I will bet she knows "

now I am inviting her to the .-.....

movies. I will have two passes for t4s !

her son. She can take her hus- NEW BETHEL AME --- .
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band to the show. SETS WOMEN'S DAY MEETING ,HELD AT ELDORADO. New officers of the Florida A.* &: 'M. University Alumni Association are! shown in the William
The annual observance of "Wo above photograph. Toombs

Mrs. Flossie Belton was a very 'men's Day" in New Bethel AME Sinclair Evans, seen in the top left photo is past president of the organization.Top (Southside News Agent)

lovely hostess last Wednesday to Church is scheduled for ,March right photo reading from left io right: (front row) Miss Mildred McCoy, secretary: Miss Evelyn Bodison, assistant secretary: Notice To All Souihside Residents

the Young Men's Progressive Club 17, 1957. Mrs. Delphine ,M. Brinson reporter; (back row) Claude O. Hilliard. president: William AdamS. vice president: Tolbert A. Jackson treasurer Pick up your Florida .

and the auxiliary with a very Miss Willie' B. Claudy is chair- : Rudolph Williams, 'business manager, and George Hill. chaplain. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS. Star newspapers each week at

fabulous party in honor of her ,man of the event;' Mrs. Lidie ;c William A. Toombs' residence.

brother, James. Henry Lefty Tur- 211ZWlshari Street or call him
Sims, vice chairman; and Mrs.
will worship at the African Bap- at FL 9.1271 and he will deliver
ner Philadelphia.. Those who School News -
Lizzie Joiner Mrs. Lenora So-
: IN MEMORANDUMIn tist Church, Live Oak, Sunday,
] to door at
attended included Mr. and Mrs. wells Mrs. Viola, Robertson, Mrs. papers your no
loving memory of our January 27. extra cost to He will also
W. M. S. Maxwell Mr. and Mrs. Ludie P. Wade, Mrs. Minnie you.
STANTOtf HIGH SCHOOLBy loved one Rev. S. H. Vreen Rev. Jackson announced that pick that
Huey Paige, Mr. and Mrs. Doc Brown, Mrs. L. M. Simmons and up your news you
Martha L. Verdier who departed this life 11 yealsago the bus will leave the church at want published and report it
Taylor, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Higgins Mrs. Laura McClain assist-
Mrs. Beulah Haynes, Mr. ants.: : are Valedictorian and saluiorian of today January 25. 1946. 8 o'clock. to the Florida Star office on

and Mrs. Roger McCloud,.Mr. and the midterm class of 1957 at New Peace. Peace io thy ashes. Rest Monday of each week.Melvin .

... Mrs. Arnett Osgood, Mr. James I Stanton are' 'Helen Toy Butler and sweet rest io thy souL Patronize Star Advertisers I

Williams, Mr. and Mrs. C. Hall Atlantic BeachMUSICAL Roselyn Harris it was announced Signed: Mrs. Dora Vreen.

Mrs. H. H. Wright, Mr. W. C. Bel- Monday.. The next four highest wife: Mrs. Thelma Johnson and -

ton, Mr. and Mrs. Gi yard, Green, TEA SET AT honor students are _Johnnie Mae Mrs. Deloris Norris.. daughters:

Dr. J. A. Long Mrs. H. D. Long, FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTA Hardy Solomon L. Badger Jr.. Deacon Eddie and Bailey "

Mrs. Fannie Boyd Wooten, Mrs. musical tea is scheduled to be Mary Ann Pough and Cynthia E. Vreen.. brothers.
Hattie Henderson McSwain and held at Friendship Baptist Church Robinson.

the Florida Star reporter. Sunday afternoon, from 3 to 6 Helen Toy Butler is a memberof
the 12A1 homeroom Politics As Usual 0'1.
,,' o'clock, under the auspices of Mrs.M.14.King
Mrs. Susie Cannon and Mrs. Usher Board No. 2. advisors She is also a mem-
a ber of the New Stanton
Edith Hill entertained several The Rev. Mr. G. Curry, pastor Glee (Continued from Page 2))
friends last at Club,National Honor Society and
Wednesday night
will worship at Roberts Mt. Pis- ed their repeatedly enunciatedfull
their home S. 11th Street with a Dramatics Club. Miss Butler,
gah AME Church Sunday ,duringthe citizenship ,status. Many .
in upon ,finishing Stanton, plans to .
surprise birthday party given Fellowship service. He will be white persons showed dignity and
the honor of Mrs. Susie Bonds become a nurse, entering train- woeu's.Asrur-NiNO ;
accompanied by choirs 1 and..2and <;;j forbearance in changing circumstances -
Jones of New York A S. KENDRICK GUERNSEY ing at Brewster Hospital Schoolof HAM
City. very Usher Board No. 2. despite their lack of enthusiasm ,'flAJ" mwmf1 JI \

delicious menu was served. Choir No. 3 'will sponsor & Jacksonville, (Special) -= Gulf Nursing. "for nonsegregation.The .J ... ,
Roselyn Hams is\a member and .
Among the guests present were: chitterling supper Saturday, Jan. Life Insurance Company, with '-
endeavored to / "wuac.w.
press report
of the StantoMusiCho -
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rhodes of 26, 3:00: p. m., in the home of Mr. home offices here, this week announced -
facts. This noted
Hastings Mrs. Oseola Matthews. and Mrs. M. Wingfield. it has who plays the organ and is was particularlyas -I:._ i4
now more than one
Mr. Henry Lee..Mrs. Naomi JaCk. billion dollars of life insurance in a.member of the Advanced Organ the year moved on. However, ..... AT ...

son; Mrs. H, D. Long. Mrs.Fannie: force and ranks as Florida's lead- Class. She is a member of the editorial comment frequently --!.\r_........._.... .....

Boyd Wcroten Mrs. Flossie Belton.' WOBSPROGRAM insurance 12A2 homeroom, Mr. J. H. Morris, overlooked the Negro's stake in \
ing life
the rights and aspirations whichare
Turner advisor. MiSs Harris plans to
Mr. James Henry and the : -
Star SCHEDULE The announcement was made major in Music Education at Edward common to every American -l AIR 101' R Ir NAAr;;;fMAf'P
reporter. by S. Kendrick Guernsey, com- ; citizen.
Waters, College.
MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE pany president, who also said that I .
Johnnie Mae Hardy is a mem- The situation evolving at the .
.. Mr. Isaiah White was.in the :00Sim On his company is among the top 58 I I
city last week business trip. 1:00- C:03: News ft Weather ber of the, 12A1 homeroom Mrs. end of 1955' may facilitate early' :
on a I SrOJ7:00 Heaven's Road (Deacon of the 1,145 life companies in .
Mr. White is special representative -! News) America. M. B. King advisor: National progress toward the democratic i

of the consolidated distribu- 7407:03 73- IttO-Tne Kid ft: Weather(Bob Hudson) Honor Society StantoMusiCho ideal. Citizens generally are com-

tors. 8:008:03 News &: Weather and Annual Staff. Miss Hardy ing to understand that future actions -
1:13IU The Kid (Bob Hudson)
1:45:00, Teenle Weenie Time plans, to attend Edward Waters whatever they may be,
S.OO9:03 News & Weather Ralph Bundle and must out of the mutual in-
Mrs. Carrie Hicks had as her 9:03-10:00 Jnmpln with Johnny Shaw College study tailoring. grow

dinner guests Sunday Mrs. Mable 1':00-1':13 News &: Weather Solomon L. Badger, Jr. is ,a 4terests and respect of citizens..
0.03-U:00 Gospel.Train No. 1 GraceAND
Jenkins and E.:J. Vreen. l1M-l1OJ'New. ft Weather To Be FeaturedOn member of the 12A2 homeroom, This attitude is reinforced by the

113-12'M 12:00-12:15 Local Gospel News Train(No.Yvonne 1 Mr. J. H. Morris, advisor; Stanto- impact of repeated court.decisions
? I
Mrs. Alene Cummings Harriswas Daniels). Musi-Cho, National Honor Society dealing with constitutional rights.
12:1S-12 Public Service Show CBSNeiwork I
a very pleasant visitor in St. 12:30-12:43 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) ,, and Student, Council. Mr. The emergence also of a "national

Augustine. Fla-' lasi; Thursday. 12:421:00 Woman's Daniels) World (Yvonne Badger, upon finishing Stanton, conscience" sensitive to human

She the of her cousin 1:001:03 News Weather plans to attend Florida A. & M. rights for all American citizens is
was guest Dr. THE DEACON!
1:032:00, Gospel Train, No. 2 (Deacon Ralph Bunche; Under Sec- .
Mrs. Annie Nae Fields, Grace) retary-General of the United Na- University and major in archi- helping establish the setting for
2.002:83 News ft Weather
J I tectural engmeering. future This has
ZtfJ340 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon tions, will discuss some of the human developments.

( .Mrs. Dora Vreen retired from 3:00- 3:03.News Grace ft) Weather problems in forming UNEF Mary.Ann Pough is a memberof come, in part, because it has been GUIDING YOUR WAX1ooo.

the Ponte Vedra Inn last week 343440 ampin with Johnny Shaw (United Nations EmergencyForce the 12A1 homeroom, Mrs. M. B. difficult to explain on the inter-

after.being employed there for 16 403500 4.00443 ampin News ft with Weather Johnny Shaw )' in a special taped inter- King, advisor; National Honor Society national front-the many inconsistencies -
540- 543 News ft Weather Debating Club Student in the working of. democ- '
and eleven months. Mrs. 12:00 A.M.
; to
i years 5435:30.Jumpln with Johnny Shaw view to be heard when CBS
Council Band and Glee Club. in the United States.
Vreen was highly commended by 5:30 Sip offSUNDAY Radio's "Update" focuses on "The racy

the manager of the fine resort I C40 Sip On SCHEDULE Suez Canal Story" on Wednesday, Miss Pough, upon finishing Stan- The principle of nonsegregationneither 1:00 to 3:00 P.Mmtthiy '
.:to- C45,News Weather ton plans to attend Temple Uni-
k hoteL She also received a nice $="- 740 Heaven's Road (Deacon Jan. 30 at 9:30-10:00: : P. M., EST. : directs nor restrains the .

cash reward. She is now'at home .Grace) Besides military problems about versity and major' in Bacteriology. individual in his personal relationships -
740743 News ft Weather
with her daughter and soninlawMr. 743840 Heaven's Road (Deacon the troops who hailed from such Cynthia E. Robinson is a mem- beliefs, or attitudes. thru Saturday

and Mrs. Eddie Norris of 8.00- 8:34 Oral Grace Roberts) varied climates as Norway and ber of the 12A D.C.T. homeroomand Freedom of choice in these personal -

Durham Street 8:3f- 8:45 Swannalres Gospel Singers the South American countries, D.C.T. Club. Mr. R. F. Roberts matters remaidns an indi- OVER
8:45840 Heaven's Road
9:00-1040 Bishop S. C. Johnson some unique human situations I advisor. vidual right. Wholesome race relations -

t Be sure to >give to the March of 10-00-10:30 1030-10:45: Temple Heavenly of Fire God Sinters had to be faced. can develop in such a

Dimes. 10:45-1140 Ethel DavenportUGtlIt1 setting through"'constructive'joint
With CBS 1Jewsman'Stuart
News ft Weather Wiiliston
1143-1240 Heaven's RoadUOOl:03 action on matters which concernall WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S .
Novins as narrator, "Update" will
News Weather
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hines,of S. 12:03140 Heaven's Road citizens.
present a chronology of the Suez
17th Street. had as their house 140143 News &: Weather NEW HOPE BAPTIST
I 1:031:15 Heaven's Road Canal crisis from the time of the LAUNCHES DRIVE .
guests lad week Stall Sgt. ,and 1:151:30 SAA's Master Keys
Egypt-Soviet to NEGRO
arms purchase .
.. 130240 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church A mojor fund-raising campaignhas
240340 JAFCO Gospel Revue the present. Through the facilitiesof Or.nwe)
:,: 34ft440 Bishop E. H. Williams been launched by New Hope PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
tK HilHarci 5 .:00- 540 Elder Charles Beck, the BBC and CBS news pro- Baptist Church for the benefit of
540530 Rev. L Jordan
r>t S:3t1tO Heaven's Road grams, voices of the people who the building fund. ST. JOHN' BAPTISTTO :
MT. HORUM C40 Sip On make ,the news in late Novemberand The drive will terminate March LIVE.OAK SUNDAY' ;

BAPTIST CHURCH C45740 4045 News Heaven's Ac Weather Road December will be heard, including 24, 3:00 p. In., at which time.'a. The Rev. Mr.. R. W. Jackson, .

Worship services will be held 740-743: News &: Weather debates at the United Na- program I; will be presented. pastor of SL John Baptist Church, j. .1 : :
743-840: The Kid,(Bob Hudson) ions, Colonel Nasser's speech nationalizing J
throughout the day at Mt. Horum j 840- 843 News'&: Weather -
,,8438:45 The Kid (Bob Unison).' the Canal and the decision -
Baptist Church Sunday, Jan. 27, 8:45940 Teenle Weenie Time to send United > >FlltIlre1 ZY. WWtT I (X.kNp
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with Sunday SchooL 840* 943: News Weather L WK ARE T11FfE Wt14)6 aS PETE..
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1843-1140 Gospel Train No. 1 will tune in to a Laborite rally in KYdRA /
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UH-Utl.GospeI Train No. 1 Trafalgar Square in London, denouncing wn&T'S50 BONwCF 1 #4O4T1E1 sSTASOJI :BIOOClj
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Saturday, January.! 26, 1957 TH2 fUMUDA SIX .. .

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I Business Men Start.Drive. To Help Louis Settle Debt II I

A NoB-Proiil. Qrgaiizaiion Formed Red Roosters Sel Aggies Set Pace

I To Help Joe Louis Settle His Debt For Picket Line IH CIAA Circuit: I II II I I

CHICAGO- A three-week fund drive has been-started as a At Football Meet _
means toward helping former heavyweight champion Joe Louis
& T
settle his income debt. Aggies, leading the
NEW YORK A New York torrid CIAA basketball race was
The drive; is headed by two organization of Negro sports fans last week the lone undefeated

Norfolk, Neb. business men. The and athletes known as the Red quint in the conference. They
fund was chartered as a nonprofit Gaither Reports Roosters Sports 'Committee has have won seven-straight.

f organization in hopes of IgoeW threatened to establish a picket
clearing Louis' one million dollarsin To Association line at the National Football Lea- As the Aggies eked out a 63-61

back taxes and interest. gue draft meeting at Philadelphiaon squeaker over St. Augustine's.
The fund was conceived last Jan. 31 in an effort to induce College in a matinee game on

October by John Younghein and TALLAHASSEE-A. S..(Jake) the Washington Redskins to seek Saturday in Raleigh, Winston-I
George Reeves Jr., because they Gaither head coach and athletic Negro players. Salem Teachers College,the then AMONG TOP TEN LwoySaichel

were "always for the underdog." director at Florida A and M Uni- The group addressed a letter to. only other undefeated five, fell Paige the pitcher whose
Another long-time friend of Joe versity, established a "first" when Tim Mara, chairman of the board before North Carolina College in age is'quite questionable has been
Louis and a former champion he made the report of the Fourth and owner of the New York! Winstson-Salem that night, 83-72. listed among the top ten In pitch-

himself Jack Dempsey, the "Ma- District during the annual meet- Giants football team, asking him The Aggies outfit, coached by ing. Ai present Saich is on the
nassa Mauler" was named honorary ing of the American Football to intercede with Redskins presi- roster of the Miami Marlins. Last
Cal Irwin, was not considered a
chairman of the. fund's boardof Coaches Association.The dent George Marshall in the inter- serious contender in season ai Miami Paige won 13
early season
directors. Dempsey .did not meeting was held in St. est of his securing qualified players -i ratings. Composed principally games, was called on to save

hesitate to accept a chance "to Louis at the SheratonJeffersonHotel READY FOR GENE FULLMER for the Redskins, regardless of freshmen and sophomores, vet- games for other pitchers. He was
help my good friend, Joe Louis." and was widely attended by color. Tim__Mara is not listed as observers the leading gale attraction for the
expected the
Ralph "Tiger" Jones, who recently
The campaign will include solicitation the nation's top football coaches.Gaither's an official of the Giants althoughhis to Marlins.
group collapse on any evening.
through personal, press, report, the,first ever won an overwhelming victory sons, John and Wellington are. The experts have been fooled and]i

F radio and TV appeals. to be made by a Negro was highly from Hardy Smallwood is all The Red Roosters committee the Greensboro quint continues to '

governwent praised by D. C. McLaughry, sec- set io meet middleweight champion said, it had been called upon by win! by low scores, generally, but I Saddler Stripped I
free Louis from his J
t might retary-treasurer of the AFCA. Gene Fullmer. Jones lost a Washington groups to support win.
debt at a rate of around 25 to 30 their efforts to get Negro playerson
The report contained informationon I Of Title MBA
decision to Fullmer in Cleveland last ApriL but he says he is now By
ir cents on the dollar. Louis filed an the weather, football trends, the Redskins, even to the extent The team has beaten all of its
ready for the champion. Should Fullmer gel by Sugar Ray in their I
affidavit divorcing himself from attendance, and other progress in of a boycott.'Woodson out-of-state competition on its
the fund, a' requirement of the football made in the district dur return boui Jones will be waiting for him. schedule and must now face for-I NEW YORK Sandy Saddler,

government.In ing 1956. midable opposition in conference I featherweight boxing championwas
the event that the drive fails Included also in the report was Drafted giants, Winston-Salem and North I stripped of his title by ,the

to achieve a sufficient amount fora the ratings of such teams as Georgia SPORTING IT UPBY Carolina College, teams with! National Boxing Association's

tax settlement, the money collected -. Tech, Tennessee, Florida A which most any conference bask-: Rating Committee when he failedto
will be distributed to the i and M, Tennessee A and I State, For Army Service etball coach would be satisfied' sign fbr a title defense.

needy aged. The contributions University of Florida, Alabama, with.a split. Saddler was given until mid-
f will be deposited in the LaSalle c. PARHAM JOHNSON night Tuesday, Jan. 15 to sign fora
Mississippi Tennessee South Car-
CHICAGO-Abe Woodson, who The Aggies meet the Teachers
National Bank of Chicago. The olina, Louisiana, and Georgia HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION the club won't miss him at least made title bout and was warned Jan.
gridiron history at the Uni- here January and at Win-
campaign will be supervised by which comprise the fourth dis- FLOYD,PATTERSON along with not at the plate. "I'm planning on versity of Illinois as a backfieldstar ston-Salem 23. 9 by the NBA he would be drop-
a nine-member board of directors.It Yogi Berra. Vic Wertz and Dale a big year," Jackson.said. on'February They ped from its ratings if he did not.
and one o fthe leading backsin tie with
up the Eagles in Greens-
can be carefully noted that trict.Robert Griffin head line Long of baseball; George Preston Fred Saddy, chairman of the
'coach LEROY (SATCHEL) PAIGE collegiate football, has been in- boro February, 9 and in Durhamon
the present interest rate on Joe'sback at A and M, accompanied Coach Marshall, owner of the Washing, who won 14 and lost 4 for the Mi- ducted into the army. February 16. NBA Rating Committee said he
taxes amounts to $278 a day: Redskins football had received no word from Sad-
Gaither to the meeting.Teslimonial ton professional ami Marlins last season is plan Woodson reported at the reception -
team;' Jimmy Mills Olympic soccer ball dler or his manager, Charley
ning to go back into semi-pro center at Fort Leonard Wood,
team and others will attend- according to information that has Mo., along 'with Ron Schwartz PATRONIZEAdvertisers Johnston about a fight. Saddy
the 53rd annual of the also said there was no word froma
II Set been given out on the famous who played college football for
TOOTHACHE Philadelphia Sportswriters Association -. Saich. It*is said that, Paigehas Iowa State.Woodson. ,. physician who "could confirm"
;Jan.'28. said he, wants to regain the title of Saddler was physically unfit to
a Chicagoan, was con- Florida Star '
20 SECONDS To Honor Jackie TED WILLIAMS, the hard hit- most valuable player in the annual sidered the finest player to hit fight.

n till / LOS ANGELES-Jackie Robin contract with the Boston Red.Sox Wichita. Back in 1935, Paige Caroline. He did a remarkablejob S .. .

ORAJELtMQY son will be honored at a testi- around Feb. 1, at a figure believedto played a major part in helping with the team last season,'and :':.'
be around $100,000. Williams is Bismark. N. D. win four
monial luncheon Monday, Jan. 28, games was a unanimous choice for the
to be in and and earned the MVP award.
at Mike Lyman's restaurant 751 reported: great shape East-West Bowl game.
S. Hill Street. .Norman O. Houston figures to play in 100 games. ROY CAMP AriELLA, 'the big Upon his discharge from the

I president of Golden State ED CHARLES the ,young fellow catcher of the Brooklyn Dodgershas Army, he plans to play profes- s
UTMOST SHA MlHCr I Mutual Life Insurance Companyand who played so much second signed his 1957 contract, but sional footbalL, He recently sign- :' nothingtaste .

USE AND CONVENIENCE Wilbur Johns, UCLA Director : base for'the Jacksonville Braves at a reduction in salary. Roy has ed a contract with the San Fran-
of Athletics, are chairmenl of the I during the 1956 ,season has been: been hampered with an injured cisco 49ers of the National Foot-
i GilletteSuperSpeed affair. called up "by the Milwaukee i right hand and he has not been ball League. a

e, Kenny Washington, ex-UCLA Braves. He will report 'to the able to follow through at the

All-Amexican football star and Braves' training camp plate. Campy, was the' National .
RAZOR Robinson's teammate, Leo Dur- ERNIE BANKS the sensational League's most valuable player in Florida Defeats .

ocher, Sam Baiter, Rev. Maurice shortstop,of the Chicago Cubs is 1951, 1953, and 1955. His batting
WITH BUI+ BlADfDtsrsoa ANDSTtMNfiCAM Dawkins, NAACP president and the only member of the Cubs' average for (he last six seasons TuskegeeCagers :
Johnny Lindell have been invitedto roster: who is not for,sale accord- were: .325, .312, .207, .318 and .219.
speak. ing to Bob Scheffing, the new Last season Roy batted in 73 runs _
I Robinson will'be surrounded bya manager of the Cubs. and 'hit 20. homers. In his nine The Florida A and M cagers

number of close friends who WHEN JACKIE ROBINSON years in the majors, Roy has' hit snapped a two game losing streak

w have followed his athletic career wrote a letter to Horace Stone- 229 home runswhich is just by downing Tuskegee 85 ,to,'56
from the time he was a star at ham president of the New York seven short of a National League in the A and M gym Tuesday

Watch This, Clown UCLA to the.time of his retsire- Giants explaining everything con- record.for a catcher'seV by.Gabby night. .,

ment from baseball. cerning his. retirement and re- Hartnett of the Cubs. Knoxville College .edged the r.Itr. r.-
12-71--63 quested to be placed on the voluntary WILLIE: PASTRANO; the four- focal quintet 84 to 82 in Knoxville
retired list, ,he officially th ranking contender is all set to Saturday night and Morris Brown
18-128-92.. quit basebalLGENE take on the winner of,the ,Eddie revenged a' two game trouncing _. : ii11k1 :
H worried by "BUdder Weakness" (Getting BAKER. the star second Machen-Joey Maxim bout A handed .
Up Nights or Bed WeUmc.00 frequent them by A and M by f.
1 -2 Btronf, burnlnr SmellTnff.or Cloud Itehlnf unniUon) or baseman of the Chicago Cubs is group of Miami business men turning back the Rattlers 76 to 69 ; '., ,
l common Kidney and Bladder Irritation, definitely "trade bail" ManagerBob headed by automobile dealer Dick in Atlanta Monday night. .... .'
6 4 trfr prove CTSTXX safety for for dun hand ova Ask Tears druggist nso Scheffing said in talking Fincher offered to guarantee $40- Coach Ed Oglesby's forces erased -, ,' .

3 9 antee.for See Ultfl'lUL now fad n4er you mong Improve-back guar about, strengthening his team 'for 000 in purses for the,match. Pas- an early four point lead held -

ak the coming campaign. Scheffing'seyes trano is ready if the match can by Tuskegee and soared on to WIt

i 13-482-47 are set on K. C. Wise of be arranged. take their sixth SJAC game
LEARN TO DRIVE' Hollywood Florida taking over 'SAL (The' Barber) MAGLIE. against three loses. Florida A and

33--86-20 Tho Qwlckitt The turret the second base spot The Cubs the veteran righthander, of the M led at the half 41 to 30. I I' ,

W.y Jo ....,. manager was Wise's manager at Brooklyn Dodgers has signed ,his The close up game played,by
Sometimes M''t vpSom Los Angeles the Pacific Coast 1957 contract with,a reported in- A and M featured lay ups and tip
.tm.. b.'s dews AJAXDRIVING of WOO which hikes his :u ti r -
H. .ddit svbtrocttIU League. crease ins with towering Leon Collier,
I r work It ail .....di SCHOOLCALL ART ARAGON, the middle- salary to $30,000. The Dodger Captain Roy Young, ,Leroy Gib- Calved
weight boxer who has been a front office could.not overlook the son,and Eddie Simmons tallying : as7srn
i FOR FEBRUARY' 2nd EL_ 4-0639 great drawing attraction at the work Maglie.did in: helping them, most of the field goals -' 12'puI'1 ......'---

George Perpena box office, has been indicted by to clinch the 1956 .pennant It Collier was high for A and M _
63-02-90 1134 W. 5th Street the county grand jury in Los must be remembered.that Maglie' with 23 points and Young was
Angeles on a felony:charge of offering did not '''Join the, Dodgers until close behind him with 20 points.
a bribe for the purpose of May 15 and didn't win a game Thomas Lampkins and Nat Fra-

fixing a fight The," California until he Shut out Milwaukee June zier led the Alabamians with 14 .
Technicolor "Golden Boy" was scheduled to 4. He finished the season with a -
"RAWHIDE YEARS" To"x-Cyrus I and 13 points respectively. Great taste-great'whiskey. No Manhattan

,STRAND Plus Alford's Hitchcock's: I fight Dick Goldstein in San An- i 13.5 record and a 2J17 earned run castes quite like a Manhattan made withCalvert .'. ;, ,
1' tonio, Texas last Dec 18, but the average. He won 8'of his last 9 : .': .
People an
t .JAN. 27 -30 fight never came off because Ara- games. ped of his crown by the National .
1 gon became ill at the last moment CHARLEY NEAL a product of Association for failing to sign.fora for the finest insist on smoother Calvert.

SATURDAY JANUARY 31FEBRUARY 2 Goldstein and Aragon have testi- the Brooklyn farm system, hit title defense. Charley Johnston, It's American whiskey good taste that's .

""EDDIE DUCHIN STORY"" '' Kim Novak and Tyrant Power fied before the grand jury and .287 in his first year.in the majors manager of Saddler said when*fie always in good taste..Great on-the-rocks, too! '.._ ..

Plus-: "CROOKED WEB"COMING both have been suspended in after being-called".up from.Montreal heard the news, "I know my boyis ".. > -
t MIDNITE SAT., EEL 2-"JAZZ FESTIVAL"ROOSEVELT' ,Texas. of the International League. sick, and he won't'fight until Here's bow to make Calrert Manhattan: a's 'J '
Dod- the doctors gives him the okay. Pour::3 parts Culvert 1 part sweet vermouth 1 I Sover .
EBBETS FIELD>, home of the Neal who recently signed his .
ice cubes in Add dash
SKY VIE W'Sua. candidatefor He said further, "If the NBA mixing glass. \
has into '
Brooklyn Dodgers passed ger contract _is a likely stir,strain into cocktail glass.Add cherry.
the hands of anew owner,Marvin second base.MIDDLEWEIGHT. takes ,his title Pll sue them for a <<

SUB. Tuetr JOB. 27-29 Tw. *. JOB. 27-29 Kratter, New York realtor. One CHAMPION million dollars. Who are they to S' -
Both let RUB! ,? TARANTULA" of the terms of the sale was that GENE FULLMER has Signed. to say that Saddler isn't sick: and '

"FRONTIER"OUTSID1 THE GAMBLER"LAW". "RUNNING WJUrWed. the Dodgers would remain a ten- fight Ernie Durando in Denver, must fight* ITTCatvet: : -
nant for the next'three years. Colorado in'a non-title bout Feb. WITH FEBRUARY"jusi aroUndthe

Than. J... M-31 RANDY JACKSON, the man '18 according to an:announcementmade corner." as the old saying ,
Wed. Thiirs. JelL 3031Robr. Gary Cooper who will pl'9bably'replace Jackie by matchmaker Jack Kan- goes. the street corner barber :

"D-DAY. Taylor 6th-OF lit JUNE"Ru.- "COURT BELLY MARTIAL MITCHL1.Phrs"DEAILY OF Robinson at third, base: for the shop and bar room bas.eballlnfor- J RESERVE i!

'"fHi$ MAN IS DANGEROUS" GAME" Brooklyn Dodgers,-* 1d'the,fans SANDY SADDLER,, the flyweight mation bureau hare started on CAlVERT'DISTILLERS CO., M.Y.C.--- AMERICAN BLENDED WHISKEY
will miss_ the retiring hero, but champion, has,been strip- their predictions for 1957. 9 PROOF -:- 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS, ti
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Pole Eight TH1 II.DIilO... STAll Saturday, Jaauan9+f, 1957 .

Miss Hi.Y And Attendants I Ir. Beth l On Smithside lows: Evening services begin'at 7:00
Off The Blocks __ Sunday School will begin at p-m., when Choir No. 2 and Usher
Chips 9:30 a. nu, followed by the regular Board No. 2 will served
) Sets
1 ': morning worship services. The

.. = ; Rev. Mr. Steve Love pastor, will PATRONIZEAdvertisers
Baptist Church South- deliver the sermon.

s'Ererf now and then people .want to know Just what docs the side, schedules worship servicesfor Choir No. 2 and Usher Board

title of ibis bit of nonsense sometime calleda% column mean. For the Sunday January 27, as fol- fto. 3 will serve. Florida
uninformed let me tell you what The Blocks" are. "Blocks" is a .. 54 'ay fro Stear'I
generic term loosely applied to a stretch of West Ashley Street mainly! ti L '

|tthe 600 block and the fire and four hundred blocks of Broad Street. Growing With and
OfHmes all of the six, seven and eight hundred blocks of Ashley are 1 Serving
called the blocks. In this column the term ""Blocks" applied to Mspot
ac3HBC3 ieM MMW n
men of good cheer gather and fraternize. Now about this "chipi ,

deal well quote our credo--Wel1 hew to the line,varying neither _
to the left or the right and let the chips fall where they may.- After '
do the meaning of the title? _.Sp7ht.K y. : TIRE' CO.
this_explanation you dig: ------------
ELECTION WINNERS-Dorothy Nixon ninth grade student at ntE' f, + _tstsr Your u.S.Royal DittrlbulorWorldFamous .
club has the Urban League wagon. The
Another social gotten on James Weldon Johnson and winner of the "Miss ffi-Y Contest" is '
Ambassadors annual costume ball is subscription this year with aU ';' _
proceeds going to the Urban League. In recent weeks the Fla-Ja shown in the center of the above photo. She is flanked on' either .

Club presented the League with a healthy donation and the local side by Harrieite Carter eighth grade student and Sandra Milton { U. S. ROYAL

organization of the Negro police also gave a nice donation. With the seventh grade student. both runners up who will serve as attendants
of these organizations the Urban League still needs help so ifyou'"haven't "
help to Miss Hi.Y. .
bit in today. Wl W. DUYAL ST. CLAY A!_ n 1
send _
please your
The election ,was held prior to "National YMCA Week. DoWttOWB

.All about town a rumor is being- circulated 4/ concerning a remark .TU/I 1VJ1I!

Elvis Presley is supposed to have made.' Everyone has heard the I Birmingham White Citizens' We Invite SoHtfaside 'Kof' SefttytaMblowort prottcriM

rumor but no one knows where you can see or read proof of the Klan Meet Ends Council who had announced his Residents Elcaptloaal alleagele I
remark. Frankly we think its just so much talk. Logical thinking intentions to run 24 hours before Drive

should be done before one spreads "what I heard." .In Shooi-Em-Up the shootings, said he would have for One. -St oP. NOW 2 V
Freddie Brown is beaming over his most recent sale. He sold filed for the position but was pre- TIRE LOCATIONSTO
vented because he was in jail.
bodacious Roadmaster Buick convertible with air-
Ethel Spears a .
BIRMINGHAM Race-hating Carter told police that he left
** conditioning. The rash of new Pontiacs appearing show that H. C. SERVE :.Dons ,
white Citizens Council_ leader Asa the meeting before the melee. e GASOLINE. OIL V YOU uec1ni
Donald and Charles Jones are wheeling. ,
Carter was freed Wednesday on One of the wounded men said BRAKES d your a.
Frank Hampton is back on duty. Frank was confined to bed for bonds totaling $20,000 for the he was shot when he objected to eee tn.Mle .

a few days. He is kicking_on all cylinders now and on the scene. shooting of ,two Klansmen whena a "one-man" rule. He said Carter, e FRONT END & Get OurExtra :
business Klan meeting ended in a gun who was speaking at the time, WHEEL, ALIGNING
Out EWC way Bill Pierce submitted his resignation as Liberal
manager of the AME institution ... The Negro police are planning battle between men of the hooded took exception to his accusationcame SERVICE at our Zed Service TradekiAllowance SID NO TRADE.IH SAL
-"their annual Banquet. This year,the affair will be held at the Clara order. off the platform-and then Station at I un PRICE I Pllcr
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Stepped by the Samba Room the other night where they have i i Sotfhslde' 6.70/11 I 20.00, lu.tS

shows nightly. Eddie Deas and his combo are playing. Going I 7.10/15 I 22.11 114.40

strong at the Silver Star are the "Upsetters" and they are upsetting V Register Now! WE
everybody Local dance fans will all flock to the Elks Rest to
and the Cuties. The Rest will Ford, RELINE$1295 ;
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;be the scene of several_similar affairs. 'EVENING ADULT CLASSES \

While Rome was burning Coach Bunky "Nero" Matthews of lIY.f.cI Iles. lobar ad ....rI.l. .1 t_ : ___
BCC did not fiddle. Te has been very busy in'this area. Several of :.

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About Town: Frank Jenkins was seen early in the morning Art Nale Cat Per Wheel'. lac. Wtt. H ..

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Betty Wilson came up from Melbourne and spent the week-end.
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-man. In the place of the six gun the westerners tote Jimmy pack
a fifth bottle of Scotch Jeff Davis is taking more time off for: ALL ELEMENTARYSUBJECTS .
socializing. He and a few friends were out on the town last week-end.

Both Curtis Taylor and the Tropicanna are thinking of calling]
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is it we will not remove our hats in a building even while dancing
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Stopped by Manuel's for a few words with our old friend Sol i 505 WEST FORSYTHI' V

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few familiar faces present when we looked around. Mrs. Baxter. Phone AT 55541. __

'' still Jennie confined Roundtree to bed. Folk Crittenden on the popular locband musician especially and those socialite in the U I ,1"5 Fir Rwrt 11 Trade Near Where You Live Best Bargains -:- Courteous Treatment I I I

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Death cut a swath in the ranks,of the "regulars" at the Enquire _
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If you are wondering why Grace Lawrence the popular exotic T.V. Corner Ashley dnd Broad Streets

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Boys on the afternoon set at the Monterey are wondering why
John "BJB. Pickens is busy buying shrimp dinners and why he

leaves one job and volunteers to do manual \Jabor-at the Monterey.We WANTED -r-ED'S LOAN OFFICE BARBECUE

_, wonder if its "friendly persuasion." By the way if you miss your S : .
pals any time after mid-day just check the Monterey. Many of the! *

boys like to while the afternoons away chatting with Annette then l Cash Selling 612 DAVIS STREETLOTSWAITEDTOIUY SINGLETON'S

wait. on Ruby to spend the evenings! with her. Earn .,

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