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Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Jacksonville Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
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Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
February 2, 1957
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
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Preceded by:
Florida star and news

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'16th St. told Detective Sgts. J. M.
$ Parker and G. H. Hurlbert his (:'BY SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT
kd r4 ? former "girl friend" was respon- TALLAHASSEE Two Florida A&M University students. II I

sible for the stab wound in ,his Johnnie Herndoa and Leonard Speed last Wednesday asked the

n'm'm'...__mmn, m__ nmm..m'm.m.___, back and the multiple lacerationsof federal court to grant a permanent order preventing the Tallahassee
TRIBUTE TO A BILL -'Charles E. Simmons. ST., member of his scalp which he suffered. City Commission'from enforcing the seat assignment ordinance. They q K I

Macao Lodge No. 8, and Past Exalted Ruler of the Joe H. James, Sr. Whigham said he formerly kept also asked for a temporary order to prevent their trial in municipalcourt I

Past Exalted Rulers' Council, is seen as he accepts ,a plaque from I company with the young woman on charges.of violating the ordinance. REJECT SEGREGATION-Dan Speed. Jr..John Herndon Florida -
Robert P. Stewart ex-Exalted Ruler of Maceo Lodge No. 8 and a but -had quit seeing her. Last The students claimed the ordinance A, & M students and Joe Spagna. an FSU senior who were arrested .;

member of the Past Exalted Rulers* Council. Monday night he came upon her was "a subterfuge designedto Jrilversity were arrested'' for re- for violation of Florida's new .bus seating law are seen as I

Mrs. Charles E. Simmons Jr. and Mr. Simmons' two grandchildren on the. street and she attacked' .segregath .!plaintiffs; andtherrNegroes"'siniflarly fusing to move to the rear of a her:were booked last week.' \.hq, ot.1"I.J>eea seL. t. ,..

t ... are seen in the background. him'with' a' bottle-'and' fc knife. situated city bus."This incident touched offa

The person listed as the suspectis because of 'race and color." long boycott of city buses by

Edith Gray, 38. ovisions of Law Negro riders. The Negro Inter- Witnesses In Rape Case

Student Strike Hinted The wounded man was carriedto The ordinance, adopted by the Civic Council called off the boy-

the office of Dr. Childs wherehe city commission Jan. 7, requires cott last Christmas Eve and began

was treated and released. drivers to assign riders to numbered "riding integrated."
Sgts. Parker and Hurlbert wentto seats on the. asis of weight Named as defendants in the Fail To Appear In Court

Over Denial Of RightsBY the scene of the attack and disturbution, possibilities of violence suit were Tallahassee Transit,

found blood spots and broken and other factors. Inc., members-of the city commission -

glass on the front porch and in Herndon, Speed and-a white Police Chief Stoutamire City
STAFF CORRESPONDENT' the yard at 2825 Everson St. The student from Florida State Uni- Attorney Edward Hill and Muni- A rape charge case which the mother of a 16-year-old Negro
girl brought against a white Jacksonville man took a strange turn
TALLAHASSEE- The barring of a white FSU student from suspect had fled.Husband versity, Joe Spagna of St. Petersburg cipal Judge John Rudd. ;
friday morning in Justice of the Peace Court as witnesses for theplaintiffs
re-enrollment because of his democratic actions in supporting were arrested Jan. 19 with Thursday's action was filed as -- -
Negroes' bid for unsegregated seating and in, urging whites to' vote three other persons on charges a class suit in an effort to extend failed to appear. ,

for a Negro candidate for the office of City Commissioner.is stirringa Is Held they refused to separate'on ordersof the court's ruling to all'Tallahassee Mrs. Ellen Thomas of 4009 Man Found
-wave of resentment among the student body of the white univer- the driver. Negroes. Grant St. had complained to juvenile Guilty

sity.It. Francisco Rodriguez of, Tampa court officials that William
Wile's. .
-"was learned that as a resultof In attorney for the Negro Inter-Civic Harrison Sharp a 54yearoldwhite In Girl's DeathGrant
Killer Is Hunted
Jaxon had assaulted her18yearold
the barring of student John large number of FSU students is Council who filed the suit said

Boardman from re-enrolling for that Boudm n's barring constitutes ST. PETERSBURG Death that on the day of their arrest daughter in an at-

the February semester plans are an infringement on their came to a 29-year-old woman, there were, no other passengers For Death Of 2' tempt to commit rape on January25th. Bowens, 37, of 1109 Logan -

afoot at FSU to present a petition rights to freedom oP action and mother of four children, Monday, other than a white adult and twowhite St. who was charged with the

,. to. university, officials- to thought., | January 29, when she was slain children aboard the bus and MIAMI Police were huntingthis It was stated that Sharp had murder of a 16-year-old girl on
readmit Boardman. I SEE EDITORIAL ON PAGE 2 by shots from a pistol. no threats of violence or collision week for a man suspected of come to the Thomas home on the Sept. 28,,1955, was convicted Wed-

It was indicated that a student "Suppression of Lovie Fulse Jr., 31, a cityrubbish hazards involved killing two persons, one accidentally pretext of seeking someone to nesday of second degree murder. .

strike would follow in the event Academic rreedomHu. department ,employee said a "It is inescapable that the ordi- in a gun battle at NW 74th' work for him. While at the nome The 12-man jury in Circuit

of refusal to re-admit Board pistol discharged accidentally and nance designed: *to circumvent Terrace near 19th Avenue. he attempted to seduce the young Court reduced the offense in

c man. the bullet hit his wife, Carrie Mae what is DOW-the established law! Dead were John C. Lawrence,. girl and failing he allegedly at- reaching a verdict. Bowens was

.f.f- John Boardman said he would S. Denies Fiilse, in the head. Fulse laid he of the land," the complaint said.' of 1790 N W74th St., from Luia bul- tacked her.Duxjng I being tried on a first degree, murder -
Judge let'wounds in'the chest, and
fight the disciplinary action' but was preparing to clean the weapon A hearing on .the-suit was set the attack it was reported -! indictment returned by a Du-
of 1891 NW 74th St.,
hadn't decided on a course of pro Detective, Denis Quil1igan for 2:30: p. m. Feb. 8. Johnson the girl's, brother came val County Grand Jury charging I
Plea To DismissIntegration. No Trial.Date who was hit in the head as she
'cedure. reported. home and jumped to her defense. him with shooting Pearlie Mae
"Even if I were to leave Talla- Fulse was being held on an No date has been set for trial stood in her front yard.Sheriffs Following the fight in which Bowden to death. '. I

hassee there would be still other Suit open charge pending further in- of the cases against the studentsin deputies said an argu- young Thomas came to the aid of The sentence which can range
ment between Lawrence and an-
court: .
students who will carry on, vestigation. municipal his sister that he
t Sharpe reported from life imprisonment to 20
other man, Willie L. Carter 30,
t Officials of the Negro
told Negro
Boardman 24, white a
had been robbed
by a Negro. withheld by Judge A.
L I._ Inter-Civic Council meeting this MIAMI A request for dismissal Civic Council point out that since was believed to have started the years was I
week. of a suit seeking to inte- Two Boys Injured last May 26 the City of Tallahassee shooting. Police are looking for Two Negro deputies reportedthat D. McNeiL

,a "The Board of Control and the grate Palm Beach County public had 'engaged in .a series of Carter. they had seen Sharpe loiter- The state's case, presented by

university authorities have set schools was refused Wednesdayby : By Truck And.Bus moves aimed at perpetuating segregation ing around the Negro area earlierin assistant State Attorney, RichardC.
local the day. Gordie, was based on* the con-
themselves against the future, Federal Judge Emett Choate.He ,of the races on VOTING STARTS .FOR
The in the tention that Bowens had acted
Boardman said. "They will not ordered'the Palm Beach Boardof buses.It strange aspect case
win." Education to file an answer to Two young boys, ages' 2 and <6 was on May 26 that two Ne- MOST OUTSTANDING is that none of the witnesses ap- deliberately and with forethoughtin

Dr. Doak S. Campbell, president the suit within 30 days. were admitted to Duval Medical gro co-eds from Florida A & M peared before Justice of the Peace shooting the girL

of FSU announced Saturday that But he said' it would be "Sum- Center for treatment of injuries MINISTER IN JAX Holmes who had continued the Defense Attorney Lloyd Bass

Boardman was not being permitted mer at the earliest" before the received after being struck by a case from last Monday and had took the position that the pistol .....
to enroll for the new semester case could be tried because of his church bus and an ice truck Tuesday Negro PolicemenRecover Voting for the clergyman released Sharpe under $4,000 went off accidentally. '. -
I Jaxons consider to be Jackson.villa's "
because he took three students court's crowded calendar. Jan. 29. bond.It .

from Florida A & M to a Christ- William M. Holland, West.Palm Austin Ervin'Carroll, 2, of 1124 $3,600Two begins Most in Outstanding'M"'mister the "Florida Star"-" was indicated that many of:

mas party on the FSU campus Beach Negro attorney, filed the Line St. was struck by an ice the witnesses were "warned" not for '
this week. '
after being instructed not to do so. suit after failing in an attempt to truck about 1:28 p.: m. Tuesdayin Negro policemen were the Because of the fact that little to appear. ... and the wife of one Looking .
Bus Action enter his son in a white school front of 2144 Baldwin St. heroes in recovering $3,600 which of the missing witnesses is reported -
The victimized student de- chellenging the constitutionalityof Young Carroll suffered fractureof two tourists had taken from them recognition is,ever given to the to'have told of a visit Sharpe! BEST BARGAINS ,'
ministers in the
clared there were no repercussion Florida's pupil assignment law. the left leg and possible inter- last week whilepassing through have"devoted their communitywho lives to paid to her husband on the morning See & -

against his action in takingthe Holland said his son was required nal injuriaThe'driverbf Jacksonville: .of the trial. Page (
the service of the
religious -
the truck was list- The tourists were riding along people .
to attend a sub-standard
student -
three students to the !
the "Florida Smris
Negro schoolChoate ed as Carlton Pugh, 29 801 W. Kings Road Sunday night when
4 international club party until observe4from the benchhe Beaver St according to reports their'pet dog got away. While attempting a poll to give, citizensan j1
in inter- r
; after he became active 1 ( ; ;
civic council campaign to inte- had always considered the made by Patrolmen J. L. Mont- the retrieve the dog the i opportunity of voting forth Jacks smvife's' Most Outstanding Minister I -
and C. E. Arnold. wife of the tourist dropped hex minister they consider who 31 1
pupil assignment law to be con-I gomery i
grate"In city other buses.words, my action in stitutional "as long as there is'no Curtis Smith 6, 3333 Plate St pocketbook which a hoodlum I has made the most notable contribution. I VOTE BLANK I I i:

the A&M students was discrimination in assignments be- ran into the path of a bus owned promptly snatched up and ran. i
bringing color." by Mt Pleasant Baptist Church, Officers .Beaman Kendall and I A voting blank such as seen. 1 i iI
not wrong at the time but be- cause of race.or this will in this ,/ I Wont to Cast My 'Vole for < -.1| >
afterwards" he said. In _moving for dismissal of the at 21st and Haines Streets. Smith Henry Harley who had been I on page appear .
came wrong ;
each week until the balloting :
The Board of Control which suit, the Palm Beach School Board suffered bruises and abrasions of 'working the beat-set out to cap. paper l .", ;:. '. ; d f ., ',1:
the state university said it was premature because the the head and possible skull frac- ture the thief and after scouringthe closes a few weeks _, 1 -y' I IJ ,
supervises hence ... and during that timea Nome of Minister '''''
students of: assignment law has not yet been area working past their sign i
system and, A&M last week against interpreted by the courts and add ture.Patrolmen C. E. Hunter and F. off duty time, eventually roundedup poll of the ballots will be .' ., '. .r .,
k involved in the bus dis ed Holland had not exhausted all L.. Miles listed the driver of the the snatch-artist. They recovered .. published periodically showingthe Pastor Of J'.L
becoming administrative remedies before bus as Robert Willie Bannister, the $3600 and turned it standing of each minister. I Neme of CJmixh I -. ";

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, (' Member of Associated Negro Press Two very important things the Negro people must learn is that

; ',- 41 i l I, ri jl wo ,hope to make any progress whatever. we must exercise OUTright
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t: FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA peating itself in : ville should register in large num.

I r.I Tallah ass e e '\1 bers. ,

I;'f, rl where a Negro h e .. In Tallahassee where the Negro
I : Sipression Of, A c.uelllc'ree d 0111 'I i f4i; candidate, Rev. .' people have been waging an admirable
K S. DuPont "
Ir I campaign to end segregation

I Is The First! Step To Dictatorship has.race entered for every on Negro buses citizen it is the to duty registerand of .

arF. R O thej
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' ,... vote for Rev. K. S. DuPontfor
3 ..t. being the it is obvious that certain mem-
I j ,When it gets to the place that college students in Floridaare '. w.s, colored man to bers of the City Commission have

I f.: being barred from enrolling for courses of study because seek an elective been blocking integrated seatingon

).L.: they have expressed their,views or taken sides in vital matters I 3I job in the Tallahassee buseu

i of American life, it is time for all of us to become alarmed. city govern- MAKE YOUR DOLLARS
R ment since the Simpson
,t In Tallahassee last week, John Boardman, a 24-year-old I r g Reconstruction period Less WORK FOR PROGRESSThe

l!.. student at Florida State University was notified that he will s t; !, ev. T than a year ago a Negro candidatein the ballot next which strongest the Negro weapon possesses to-

l be barred from enrolling for the second semester because he Jacksonville sought election to is his buying .
the office of Justice of the Peace, power.In
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p attended a Negro mass meeting and urged white Tallahas. p ,r. 4 Jacksonville, the Negro people
also being the first of his race to
I s' seans to vote for Rev. K. S. DuPont, a Negro candidate fora .. arraf, make such a bid since the days of spend something like $40 mil-
City Commission post. W4T,3 r. the Black Cabinets.As lion a year. But what do they get
for it? In many establishmentsthey
: This action the of officials without was the case in Jacksonville.
on part university are insulted and treated with
Il the people of Tallahassee
doubt'represents an attempt to curb academic freedom, freedom -----. .-------..- -- -.. --....__._...._ 9SA'.ovtib faced with the problem of getting are contempt Negro customers are

it-" of speech and freedom of assembly. "Will Need Plenty' Of 'Help, Mr. President" Negro citizens to register so that "James"addressed or by"Nellie"their first by names-a $40-a-

f i; Dean R. R. Oglesby who issued the decree barring student ... they- will 26.Following be. elidible to vole on week sales "girl" just out of a

.: Boardman from enrollment also warned students of the uni- the planetary pattern is very February rural high school in nawth Geo'gi '

versities to stay out of the dispute that has grown out ofNegroes' similar to that of the period just an all-out drive to And there have been instances
passed, there is little to justifythe get Negroes to register which this
where the
Your manager of a leading
bid for an end to segregation, on Tallahassee buses. Weekly abandonment of prudence, publication and this column sup- fabrics store has stated flatly that

Freedom-loving Americans can only interpret such a GuideWHICH suspicion or skepticism when your ported, Jaxons were able to pile bills will not be made out to Ne-
Horoscope I up a majority of votes for the
warning as a Dold, dictatorial move to regiment the thought, instincts tell you otherwise. Your candidate gro customers with the title "Mrs"
Negro Ernest D. Jack
signs highlight all the more the Then there are some stores
\ action and behavior of students, :who, by the way are citizens, son, over his white opponent,
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR risks inherent in lack of emotional which still maintain "white" and"colored"
entitled to freedom of speech, action and their own social and BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL control and recklessness with Sarah Bryan. drjnking fountains.
political beliefs. money, joint holdings and friend- Unfortunately, however, thru Observation shows that there

American citizens would be derelict in watching these By PABLO, The ASTROLOGER ships.Ws long as you continue to some undemocratic legal chicanery acts, Jackson and some was are some establishments in the

" ramparts if we would stand quietly by and permit the youth respond to the sobering influencesof denied the election to which he heart of the Negro communitywho
k of America to be strangled from free speech, regimented in ARIES CANCER your sign you have excellent was entitled. never support the efforts of

.e their action and marshaled in their thought .. *, for suppression Born March 21 thru April 19 Born June 21 thru July 22 chances of meeting problems Jackson's loss of the election the colored people also thereare

" of speech, action and any attempt to dictate the The trend is unchanging. Prac- Keep toeing the line. There is judiciously and even turning despite the people's ,vote standsas downtown furniture stores,
them to great personal gain on well men's
as as and women'sclothing
: thinking of a people-is the first step .toward dictatorship. tically the same forces prevail no cause for departing from the advantage. all the, more reason why Ne-
stores that refuse to rec-
t. E. O. S. during this period, making it desirable course recommended for the prev- 890996895769.SCORPIO ognize the Negro press by advertising -
i i for you not to let your ious quarter. Where other meth- of existing elements for the cause their sales therein-even

r guard down. The reliability oftried ods failed'heretofore, new techni: of peace and harmony are repeated though they want the Negro
A BLESSING DISGUISE and true associates and old- ques in the form of persuasionand Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 24 at this time. You have a ple's trade. pea- j I

time friends is again stressed at written matter 'may be applied The more it changes, the more choice between these opposing The reason for their refusal to I
this time. The threat to and to break down your resistance forces the of wisdom
liquid its the same. The planetary as- so accept path advertise in the Negro press is
.' "It is often better to have a great deal of harm happen to .reserve cash or holdings, as wellas to unsound and costly pects may be a bit different, but and conciliation. that they feel that the white press

" lid* one than a little: a great deal may rouse you to remove what to your emotional stability,"is schemes or entanglements. This is the effects will be very similar. 170116813761.PISCES with its jim-crow pages better
confirmed at this ,time. Reinforcethe
, little will only accustom you to endure. Greville. repeated. Keep a close watch on The signs are likely to accentuate serves the purpose of keeping Ne-
I young people and loved ones to previous that you and
t career, partnership family groes socially and economically
J The eleventh day of September, 1956, was a bleak day in see that they do not become car- should stay close"to the persons problems to a high degree. Emo- Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 enslaved. t

} the history of the Jacksonville Urban League; for, it was on ried away with the, wrong ideaso and interests that provide protec- tional reactions and misjudgmenton "Safety first" is a good motto. Even though they want the Ne-
- that date that the agency received official notice that it would companions.Strengthen rather tion, steady monetary returns, a to be
your part are greatly This period makes it desirable to gro people's trade many of them
. no longer receive financial support from the Community than loosen essential gainful occupation and a com-
your eco- avoided so as not to further throw put off non-urgent trips, to watch withhold their business from the
Chest-United Fund. nomic ties. plete sense of security.
you off balance and get you into your diet, to shun untried meth- Negro press because of the fact
% 4 10 55 12-43-154.
The outlook was 'dark and the hearts of employees, board 2-40-17-17-67-476. impossible situations from whichit ods, and to do nothing in haste, that the Negro press devotes itselfto

members and civic-minded citizens were heavy, for they won- may be impossible to find an including talking writing and campaigning for the rights of

dered what would happen to this social welfare agency that TAURUS LEO exit. If you can master the tem- driving. Relations with coworkers the Negro people namely: bet- I

had served the Jacksonville community for the past nine Born April 20 thru May 20 Born July 23 thru Aug. 23 peramental side of your'life, you or those who serve you and ter schools, more Negro police, !
years. Diplomacy packs power. Since again have fine aspects to assist live close by will also have to be Negro firemen, equal job oppor-
Hold a steady course. The con- the aspects.are similar to those of you along the material lines. Holdon kept on a plane of harmony and tunities and equal rights. i
However, this single act of misfortune (as it seemed at ditions outlined for the first quar- the 'previous quarter, should to colleagues who could be good 'will. You will eventually But if the Negro people of i I
the time), might well have been a disguised blessing-God's ter are not due to change very you indispensable. \
continue to be restrained patientand achieve your ambition if you Jacksonville will trade with the
way-of saying, "Let down your kets..whereyou are much owing to unfriendly as- 9 50 6 48 62 546.
tactful in the face of and apply the virtues of faith and stores that advertise in the Negro "
For, it has led to the tapping of community resources that had pects that continue to agitate and all circumstances and any tempta- patience. press it will be the best way to
heretofore lain idle it has roused, local citizens and made impel. The signs continue to {
\ tions. The'pressures to let down SAGITTARIUSBorn 2-60-33-58-29-632.) (Continued on Page )
them aware of the great possibilities in Jacksonville for the weave webs of intrigue with sur- all the bars confirmed Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21 ,
Urban League and similar organizations, that are .working prising and startling results forthose are being
Lessen the The
But pace even more.
for the wisddm who have not during this period. once your
community improvement It has proved of fully protected -
mind and heart hands to same aspects by different planets
the old adage that "God helps him who helps himself," and themselves. Fortunately, you join pro- form but the
mote and may change the not
has led us not to depend solely upon "the other man!' can still count on the benign support understanding harmony,
substance of the influ-
you will have the fine support of- disturbing
of sign as long as
your you
The Board of Directors of the Jacksonville Urban ague, remain true to cause and fered. And this would be. the ences that now prevail. With the
when faced with an ultimatum to either change its name and ambitious objectives.your You are shortest way to realize your hopes problems created by the signs, be

break ties with the National Office or severe its connection bound to win out in the long run and ambitions in the long run. firm but unhurried in the way

with the Community Chest-United Fund, immediately took.a when you become more adaptableto 320441339241.VIRGO you go about trying to solve them.
\ stand ,to continue its affiliation with the National Urban the changing times and cus You may have to conquer some
of your own inner conflicts before
.. toms. .
you start new ones involving
: The group reorganized and took the necessary steps to 1-60--22-i6-58-621. Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 others. Make no set plans or com- i

'" obtain a permit ,to campaign for funds with which to operate, Have no secrets. Unless theyare mitments that would tie your I

S, and for the first time in its history, the Jacksonville Urban GEMINI of a nature that you feel can- hands when a change of pace is 6)i

League raised $10,618.89 cash and pledges This figure has Born May 21 ihru June 21 not be' revealed without detri- in order. Continue to provide a

never been even remotely approached in previous financial Gain strength through others. ment to yourself, you should firm leaning post in the shape of

efforts sponsored by the agency, and the only sour. note to The difficulties encountered right make a clean breast of all that personal friendships and endur-
be voiced is the fact that this of not I
type- support was given from the very start of the month lies on your mind and conscience.If ance.
during earlier years of operation. THINK HOW THE PRO- have a tenacious hold owing to you do not do so, other peopleor 9-40-88-37-78--487.
the influences created during this unforeseen circumstances could !
WOULD HAVE BEEN ENHANCED HAD CITIZENS RE- period. Take steps to free your step in and do it in ways that may CAPRICORNBorn

SPONDED IN THIS FASHION SEVERAL YEARS 'EARLIER body:of handicapping factors and not be exactly pleasant. Favor- Dec 22 thru Jan. 19
your mind of impractical ideas. able conditions in which money Shun all short cuts. The attempt
AHEAD FOR ALL WORTHY AGENCIES IF SUCH RE- You'have a wonderful oportunityto and property or family members to impress you with the possibility t

SPONSE IS CONTINUED. .- gain the solid support of loyal figure are created by the fine of quick profits in so-called !

The Negro has long been branded "a parasite"-"excessbaggage" associates, dear ones and enlightened trine aspect between the signs. easy ways is not likely to be

"good-for-nothing,." and stereotyped into many [' counselors who are repre- Put no faith in gossip. that makes abandoned just yet. The unseen ; g&ijc-
-- other uncomplimentary and false categories, and even thoughwe sented by.the fine aspects of your the rounds. pitfalls that are exposed by ad- 'r t
be, the 7-90-11-88- -791. verse planetary aspects will not
know that it is humanly impossible to justifiably place ability. Marriage may an- Features L
any one race or group in,any particular classification based swer to some problems, and one matter much if you are alert. Just
upon the actions or conduct of a few persons within,the group, that could change the whole LIBRA make sure your head not your
it is always gratifying to be able to point to specific examples course of your life. Born S pL 24 thru Oct. 23 heart is guiding your footstepsthen. 1400 WRHC 1400 -I:

to offset biased opinions.We 580331579831. Don't let down your guard. As The favorable monetary and
career or commercial indicationsare
have nothing but praise and words of encouragement again stressed at this time. KEN KNIGHT
"* for the Urban League and for the citizens who have made it GET YOUR.HOROSCOPE READING .FOR 1955 Put all your talents, and hidden ;

possible for the agency to continue its service locally. UM this co.,.". Lea,. man shoot yovrnK. S.*d 10 coots (C... 4hiw powers to work. \ Presenting r
fa cola) for sock horoscope ordered baIL Imclmd mtt _addramd 630222721321.
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\ To keep costs down and improve service, the Post Offices i I MCKSONYIIU 1. HA. ICJfy past has no other importance than SWEET CHARIOT yy yyE E
providing the storehouse of know-
Department js trying to overcome the end-of-day practice! NeeseAUrem
( common throughout the country. If. the public can be persuaded -i I ledge and experience.The presentis 9:30 to' 10.30.Monday Thru Friday l\\
to deposit mail earlier and more frequently during I II vital in that your actions mold lBLUES'

'; the day, mail can be handled more efficiently-and, in many I: the shape of the future. You can- IN, THE KNIGHT
/ cases'delivery dates can be :advanced. State I II. not afford to alienate associates 'I

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For faster service, MAIL EARLY AND OFTEN! Don't I. .... I success, so resist the urges to act !

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{:j v GAY AND VARIED COSTUMES ADORN AMBASSADORS' DANCE r Center,photo Joshua Williams, wearing a red flannel nightdress and

-Guests attending the Ambassadors' Costume Ball are shown above in cap is seen posing/with Mrs. Hattie Daniels Stewart who is wearing an

,. .': J'the above photos as they pose for Florida Star photographers. r = oriental costume. ,

Top left photo: Party from St. Augustine, Fla.. reading from left to Bottom center photo: Otis O'Bannon, garbed as a monster is seen

'right Mrs. Alma Murphy Mrs. K. P. McDonald. William Broadway and $ dancing with Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson wearing a Mickey Mouse costume.

Eddie Murphy (standing in the background); Robert Jones, Arthur McDonald .
; Mrs. Valjean Augustus. Jerome Augustus and Mrs. Janie Jones. : Top right photo: Reading from left to right, W. C. Huggins, A. W.
..; ,- ;:: Malone C. A.*,Brown, F. B. Priestly A. Brinkley, V. F ral' era R. Brown
', Bottom left photo: Reading from left to right. Mr. and Mrs. Sollie ,A. C. Brinkley, and G. Langley.MitchelL .

Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Holden and Mr. and Mrs. Warren WitselL. -ri
a Bottom right photo: Reading from left to right. Miss Daisy .L. Gil
'. Top center photo: Reading from left to right. Miss Bennie Mae Wat liard Mrs. Pauline Davis Mrs. Frank Coleman and {rank Coleman from
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.\kins. D. B. Jackson. Mrs. Vera J. Rogers. Arnett .P. Rogers Mrs.Thelma Gainesville Florida: Mrs. Matthew S. George and Matthew S. George.

.1. Belliny Brooks G. Belliny and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robinson. '. (Another Photo on Page 5)FLORIDA) STAR PHOTOS.

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Ladies of Lesiure Social

Saving Club's officers were installed : you're old and gray1 ,,.

1 SILVER TEA The Young Adult Departmentof recently at a meeting held say :. j .

Mrs. Alberta Campbell will be hostess to a Silver Tea held in the A. L. Lewis Branch YWCA in the home of Mrs. Vera M. 1 ; .

her home Sunday. February 3, from 4 to 6 p. m. The tea is sponsoredby has planned a series of coffees in Pickett.

District'No. 8 of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. an effort to increase member- The Rev. Mr. A. F. Cummings
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es. ship. installed .the following officers: ; .
GOLDEN STAR SOCIAL CLUB Miss Yvette Sims and Mrs. Vera Mrs. Mattie L. King, president; t '. ;- f,--: ,

The Golden Star Social Club met last Wednesday evening in Davis will be hostesses to a coffee Mrs. M. K. Williams, vice presi-

the home of Mrs. Aldora Blackshear, 2408 W. Lincoln Court. Thursday morning, Feb. 7, in the dent; Mrs. Sarah Graham, record-

Officers elected in a previous meeting are as follows: Mrs. Lu- Branch YWCA, '582 W. 8th St. ing secretary; Mrs. Bertha Ayers, X

cille Mathis, president; Mrs. Aldora Blackshear, vice president; Mrs. financial secretary.Mrs. .
Elizabeth Green, secretary; Francis M. Prangnate, financial secretary; Miss .Ella Bronson and Mrs. Florence Wilcox,treasurer;

Mrs. Ella Watts treasurer; Pinkie Dixon, chaplain; Mrs, Gladys Mor- Sallie Harris will be hostesses fora Mrs. Annie B. Cummings, busi-

ris, chairman of the sick committee; and Otis Garmon, business coffee next Monday evening, ness'manager; Mrs. Loretha Besh,
.. manager. February 11, 7:30 o'clock in. the corresponding secretary' ; Mrs.Sarah -.-- A' ?**!

Branch YWCA. Cummings, chaplain Mrs.
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Dates and places will be an- Lela.M. Fowler. reporter.
nounced later for coffees Refreshments were served,.fol- _
The Parent-Tebcher Association of James Weldon Johnson Jun k.
sored by Mrs. Bernice Green and lowing the installation ceremony. ,
I for High School will present a "Mexican Fiesta Teaat the school f.
Mrs. Madeline Jones; Mrs. Hallie
February 8, from 4 to 6 p. m.
I Sampson and Mrs. Anita Garner
The program planned will feature the theme. "South of the i ; a a
and Mrs. Geneva Guyton and Mrs Adrian K. Knight
.- Border" and will include the school band,-chorus and creative dance I .q:.. d ra;
Mrs. Louise G. Guinyard.
groups. Sutton Club Hostess
P-TA officers and members are as follows: Solomon L. Jones. Persons interested in joiningthe

president; Mrs. Daisy B. Kelsey secretary: Mrs. Dora Anderson y\VCA are 'invited to attend
treasurer: Mrs. Sadie Gibson fiesta chairman: Mrs. Evelyn. Freeman. either of. the series and be prepared The R. B. Sutton Club held its

co-chairman: Mrs. Lillian T. Alston and Mrs. Margaret English. pro to pay their membership.. annual ,meeting recently in the Y.h -
home of. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian K.
\ gram coordinators. fees. .+44, W. h 4a
S. Knight, 1754 Spires Street. 4.

: MRS. EMMA T. GWYNN Mrs. Irma L. Lynch is sponsor- Refreshments were served and

: Mrs. Emma Tutson Gwynn of Detroit, Michigan visited the city ing a coffee Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Knight presented the gifts.

-- -recently as the guest of Mr. and Mrs: A. Singleton, 1702 West 44th Feb. 10, 4:30: o'clock in her homeat Guests included Mr. and Mrs. : I
Lojk look lovelier..today!
t j Street She is the sister of Mrs. Singleton.' i 5837 Marigold Road. James Miller, Mrs. Arthur Jones, younger. .
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Mrs. Ina Lawrence,. Mrs. Arthur I
S.CAMELLIA LADIES ENTERTAIN- ; Glass, A. Tunsil, Chester Ford, Forget those "".y hair" heartaches! model (like the one shown here) ,
; ,.- i"a George Jamison, Lawrence Armstrong of hair when I Vivace Ladies' Club Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring can you'll be prowler youi

.. t The I Camellia Ladies entertained with a lovely:/reception last ; and Mrs. Raymond Singleton gr?. your hair young-looking l lorely- you choose Godefroy Ltrieusel It's .

I Saturday evening in the Richmond Tearoom. Receives New Officers and Mrs. Bessie Robinson, looking color right 41<<11" ...glowing the famous brand in the red box !n I

.: Mrs. Mattie Lozenby, president, headed the receiving line.. and- who were out-of-town guests. \ butrotu color: that last and lasts, known for its dependability for more ELA
Mrs. Cornelia Stringfield registered the guests. than 50 yean. Get it at your faroritfl .
New officers of the Vivace '
". The guest list included' Mr. and Mrs. Milton White, Mrs. Eddie Ladies Club were installed recently r 4po" '< > ; And take a tip from professional cosmetic counter today ;

Lee Williams Addison Rucker, James Gordon, Mrs. Bertha Ford, .J
in a ceremony performedby Sleeping Car r QrtersSet I
., Mrs. Lillie Mae Jones, Mrs. Lillie c. Edwards, Clinton Graham, Mrs. George B. Nairn, principal of .. :: ,
Cora Lewis, Mrs. Henrietta Williams, John Jefferson, Mrs. Francis ..'
A. L. Lewis Elementary School i Pre-Spriog Daitce I I.1
.: Pierce, Mrs. Marie Hodges, Mrs. J. P. Joyner, Mr. and ,Mrs. P 'C.
The following persons were ,
: Kelly, Gerald Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Willie King 'Mrs. Winnie Rich-
placed into : -.1
berg, E. A Crawford, David Stubbs, Mrs. Grace Williams; Mrs. Gloria The Jacksonville Division Bro 1//

.. Christopher, :Mrs. Zelma Johnson, Mrs. Queen B. Williams, Claude Miss E. Frazier, president; Mrs.I. therhood Sleeping, Car Porters I
, :: Bryant, Alvin Young, Ulysses Young and Ernest McDuffy. Lawrence vice president; Mrs. will present its Pre-Spring Dance ,:-

I '. Members of the club include Mrs. Mattie Lozenby, president; Susie Pierce, recording secretary; Feb 15 in the Duyal County Ar- ,

' r ;Mrs. Eva Dixon, vice president Mrs. Gussie Rucker Mrs. Cornelia Mrs. I. Davis financial secretary; mory from '10 p. m. to 2 a. m. Q .

, Stringfield, Mrs. Alice Hudson, Mrs. Alvenia' Thomas, Mrs. Severia Mrs. E. Monroe and Mrs. A. Sel- Music will be furnished-by Ed-

j Boles, Mrs. Celia Anderson, Mrs. Louise Graham, Mrs. Josie Stamps, don, treasures; Mrs. S. Seymour, die Deas Band, featuring ,Lady j I II.E'

I 1 ,_ Mrs. Viola Grt'sset- Mrs. Mary Curry, Mrs. Annie B. Frazier, Mrs. business manager; Mrs. Lenora Doris as vocalist. Tickets. may be

i Mary Scriven, Mrs. Altamese Graham Mrs: Mary L. Wright, Mrs. Lee, corresponding secretary;Mrs., secured from the, Brotherhood .....,.:re Apply GHfroy> tortem >. After color bet.dcvclqpW.
-. .. i S Rena Kenner Mrs. Pearl Jefferson, Mrs. Ada Snow, Mrs..Georgia B. M. Green, parliamentarian; Miss Headquarters, Room 5, 823 Davis 0b Ie6 fa wtA fceiify app ccdot facWd tboapoo hair ofloln end s*t kspocka 11
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'. ; Bryant, Mrs. Dorsey Riley, Mrs. Louise. McDougal and Mrs. Ethel V. Flowers chaplain and Miss S., SL, and the, Hollywood .Music "fc your f ovorB ttyt. I.

I. :t Walker. Folson, reporter. Store ODBFROV MAN'I"ATURIN." OOa. 9010 OUIVB .STRICT 0T. LOUIS'..MO.
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,Pen THE FLORIDA STAR Sahlrcfay, February 2, 1957

I Series- Sermons: : Mark 62nd Anniversary Of First Baptist ''I iI

I ,.\: Rev. J.. C. .Sans Completes! Vetefa Ladies' Club Mefets 7tiiS Wee.6' gelighM )Je44qeGnu

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; Tweiiy-secoid Year As Pastor The Guide Of His PeopleBY

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First Baptist Church, located at 1037'Jessie Street, is in the pro- REV. W. F. FOSTER
cess-of,celebrating the joint anniversary of the church and the pastor, .
Rev. J. C. Sams. The celebration marks the 62nd year since the PASTOR OF MT. ZION AME CHURCH"He

church was established, and the 22nd year that Rev. Sams has will be our guide even unto death.Psalm 84:14

ministered to the First Baptist.congregation. The event will continue The people of God are pilgrims on the earth; they seek a better

nightly through February 10. country that is, to say, a heavenly one. A life of piety presupposesthe
Baptist churches throughout the Wilson pastor of Bethel Baptist affictions and desires of the heart'to be in heaven. This is not a

city and from the surroundingarea Institutional Church, who will deliver good man's rest for it is polluted; he is seeking fora city that that

will join in the celebration the anniversary. sermon during 4 'a hath a foundation, the builder of which is God. Like the children of

with several outstanding ministers "* the session. Israel, he is journeying to the. place that the Lord said he would
conducting services on specified The closing message will be de- give unto them; and, as the tribes that went up to Jerusalem he

E dates.. livered by the Rev. Mr. L. M. goes forth from strength to strength until he appears before God
;Earlier: this week, the Rev., Mr. Jones, pastor of the First African in Zion.
iJ.J. of St. Johns Baptist, Green Cove .W 4U r: ';t } N' '
Hughes Baptist Church.
fk1EI- Han is a creature of,want. In all his pilgrimage
W. M. Hill of :Mt. Rev. Jones began his
Rev. Mr.
the Springs. .
he wants the necessary food, raiment and rest, but, ,
Calvary Baptist and the Rev. Mr. ministry at First Baptist Church. :
he also requires constant direction constant
W. M. Smith of First New Zion Choirs, usher boards and mem.
His is
guide. path one he has never traveled before.
i Baptist, conducted'worship E>erv- bers from the various churcheswill
He is ignorant of the way, and without a guide
ices.The participate in the service'and J his course would be uncertain, and very probably
Rev. Mr. Hill Norris, Jn, the public is. invited. attend. Yl :. end unattained. God graciously engages to this

pastor of St. Matthew Baptist ..- conduct him; to be to him as a pillar of cloud by

Church, will conduct services Friday Alpha Kappa Alpha MRS. EMMA WANSLEY HOSTESS Seen here are the Veleia Ladies as they appeared at a day and fire by night as he was to the Israeliteson

night Feb. 1, as-his contribution meeting held recenllr'm the home of Mrs. Emma Wa sley. 2112 Mars Street. their journey. With joyous rapture he exclaims,

to the anniversary observ- Slates Founders' DayThe Reading from left to right. are. (sealed) Mrs. Lillie M. Smith president; Mrs. Emma Wansley. "This God shall be my guide even unto death."

ance. I rice president Mrs. Camilla E..Jones, secretary; (standing) Mrs. Sally Armsiead Mrs. Elvira Wilcox The good man's need of a guide arises from his ignorance. He is
v The pastor of Greater Macedonia members of Gamma Rho Mrs. Joyce Gilbert Mrs. Earlene Lee. Mrs. ''Helen James Mrs. Georgia McCray. Mrs. Freddie M. not in darkness but he is at present a child of the dawn. His know-

I Baptist Church, the Rev. Omega Chapter Alpha Kappa Donald, and Mrs..Mary E. Ivory. -FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. ledge is so limited that he cannot trust it; he only knows the first
J. C. will officiate
Mr. Rogers Alpha Sorority are making plansto elements of truth. He has entered upon the path of life; he feels it

Monday night, Feb. 4- observe Founders' Day Sunday, Valentine Slated needful to seek direction and guidance every step of the way. He
The Rev. Mr. C. C. Daniel, pas- Tea Emanuel
Feb.17 at Lee's Theological Semi- Pr.eparalioQMadej Baptist prays, "Lead me into a plain path; lead me in the way everlasting..'
tor of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church, '
nary, Edward Waters College at For February 17th Sin has a thousand treacherous paths, many of them apparently
will conduct services Tuesday
evening, Feb. 5. 3:00 p. m. An interesting programhas By Bishop Ball District EventsChoir good, and' most of them fascinating. They are called "good" and

Emanuel Baptist's pastor,. the been arranged! which time A Valentine It<"Tea" will be,sponsored "excellent" by men of the world. They are paths of mere morality;
many outstanding women of our For African 17 from '4 to 6 of self-righteousness; spiritual apathy; of carnal security.
Rev. S. L. Badger, will conduct will Duly February No. 4 of Emanuel Baptist
worship services Wednesday city participate.Mrs. p.m., in the home of Mr.and Mrs. Church will meet for rehearsal How necessary, then, to have a guide from the temptations to

night, Feb. 6, and will deliver the Sara Scott Stewart-will it will be The Rt. Rev. William F. Ball, John C. Williams, 1145 West 27th Saturday, Feb. 2, at 4:30 p. m. which he is subject. It is the work "Satan to allure and deceive;
sermon for the occasion. the principal speaker and Bishop of the 17th and 18th Epis- Street. District No. 4 will meet Sunday, ruin and destroy: He lays snares for traveler's feet. He tries to turn

The Rev. Mr. J. J. Jones, pastorof be informing and inspiring to copal Districts of the African A program has been 'arrangedfor February 3, 3:00 p. m, in the them- aside from the way of beauty and safety; or to suggest that the
Antioch Baptist Church, will hear attend.her. All friends are invitedto Methodist Episcopal Church and the tea which will benefit basement of the church. way is tedious, embarrassing and uncomfortable.How .

be the speaker for the Thursday Mrs. Agnes M. Ball, his wife, are Usher Board No. 1 of St Matthew District No.'11 will meet Sun- God Guides His PeopleHe

evening service, Feb. 7. expected to leave soon for the African Baptist Church. day, Feb. 3, in the home of Mrs. guides them by the counsel of His truth. "Thou shall guideme

Reverends H. H. Robinson and Baptist Ministers Set continent 'where he will Fannie Horne, 627 Court G. by thy counsel. God has given His Holy Word to be the guideof
D. J. Graham of Mt Sinai and begin his new assignment. District No. 12 will meet Sun- our steps.

Mt. Ararat Baptist Churches, re- Brotherhood MeetingThe :The; cuple has received pass Miss Claudia AA. Jones day, 3:00 p. m., in the home of He guides by the ministry of his servants of old. He raised up

spectively, will conduct the wor- ports and are now awaiting their To Sing Here MondayMiss Mrs. Reatha Burney, 921 Dewitt Moses and Joshua; Caleb and Samuel and the Holy Prospects. He

e ship service Friday night Feb. 8. Baptist Ministers Brother- visas before .leaving. the United Street- also came to minister and to teach mankind in the person of His
The anniversary observance hood of Duval and adjacent coun- States. District No. 14 will meet Sun- Son.

will climax:Sunday, Feb. 10, with ties will meet Monday, February Rev. Ball was elected bishop at Claudia M. Jones, contralto day at 3:00 p. m. in the home of
He guides them by the Holy Spirit "And I will to the
services-scheduled throughout the 4, at 11 a.. m, in Bethel Baptist the last General Conference held will be presented in a 'recital :Ed Thomas, 1686 McMillian St. pray
Father,and He shall send another comforter. He will guide into
in Day Spring Baptist Church you
day as follows: -* Church. during the month of May in Mi- "
The Rev. Mr. A. B. Coleman, Rev. B. W. Williams, moderatorof ami, Florida, and assigned to Monday evening, Feb. 4, beginning _- all truth.
pastor of Shiloh Metropolitan Emanuel Progressive Associa-: North and South Rhodesia and at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Edna H. JacksonIn What kind of guide is God to His people? He is an infallible

.w Baptist Church, will conduct the tion, will preview the Sunday the congo as well as Central Af Proceeds from the recital will guide. He is incapable of error. He knows everything connected ,

1 regular Sunday morning worship School lesson. The order of the rica. benefit Choir No. 4. Recital Sunday. with traveling; the way thetravelers are to go and the perils to

service Feb. 10, which begins at day will be'by appointment of the which they are exposed. He knows everything, even from the A

t 11 o'clock. president. ARE YOU A REGISTERED PATRONIZEFlorida ,- Mrs. Edna H. Jackson will be beginning.He .
The afternoon worship service Rev. H. H. Robinson is presi- VOTER? If not, you'd better get sponsored in a musical recital will guide from sin to righteousness;from darkness unto light.

k Sunday, Feb. 10, will be conducted dent and Rev. G. W. Miller is re- your name in the book to vote to -, Star Sunday evening, February 3, at He will, if we have faith and patience, GUIDE US FROM THE
h by the Rev. Mr. Robert H.. porter. secure your rights. AdvertisersCUNNINGHAM'S 8:30: o'clock, in the auditorium of INTO INTEGRATION AND
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i guides from hate to love; from meanness to goodness. He
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will guide us from death into Eternal Life-from Hell into Heaven.
Stewardess Board Number Two.
PRE-SEASON SALE! The Board will meet Sunday -
Charlie and
afternoon, 4:00 p. m., in the homeof Virginia Copeland,
: 1715 Rittles Ave., girl, Jan. 8.
Mrs. Corene Harris, 1371 Mili- Stork
I David and Nicie Johnson, 1022E.

t Solid Red Tidewater Cypress ner Street. 3rd St., boy, Jan. 8.

Deliveries Chas. and Melba Begins, 1224

Logan St girl, Jan. 10.
Spiritual Tea Sunday
'- Connie and Carrie Bobbitt, 2037

To Benefit UshersA Born To: Placida St, girl, Jan. 10.

Lockett and Judy Demps 5030
3PC.LAWN' SET Evirn and Victoria Fleming, Halls Dr., boy, Jan. 11.
Spiritual Tea will be presented 1350 W. State St., girl, Dec. 23. Varica and Dorothy Paul 830

Sunday, February, 3, from 4 to Wm. and Mary Garter, 1039 W. Washington St., girl Jan. 11.
6 p. m., in the home of Mrs Essie Church St., girl, Dec. 23. Henry and Hattie Bell, Atlantic

Settee 2 Chairs L. Barnett 923 Reiman Street. James and Wilhelmenia Easton, Beach, 1617 Francis St, boy, Jan.
The tea is being sponsored by
1i Route 9, Box 234D, boy, Dec. 26. 1.
Usher Board No. Two of Central
t Albert and Yvonne Crawford, Walter and Bennie Malone, 124

COMPLETE FOR ONLY CME Church. Jr... 3114 Stuart St., girl Dec. 26. N St, boy, Jan. 11.
Charlie and Mattie Muff 625
t L Samuel and Mary Thomas, 2243
.E Layfayette St, boy, Jan. 11.
W. 44th St, boy, Dec. 26. f
S9. Wedding Bells Roy and Myrtle Wallace, 1117
Clenton and Thelma Nickelson,
Jefferson St, boy, Jan. 11.
127 Caroline Et, girl Dec. 27. .
Applications Marriage Alvin and Audrey Jenkins,
,, 1 1 Licenses Louis and Maggie Jackson, 1929
4- $1.00 New Berlin, boy, Jan. 12.
Pullman Court, girl, Dec. 27.
Delivers Lorzie and Eloise Johnson, 315
Edward and Eva Brown 1045
Frank A. Stewart 711
Caroline St Jan.
rzhMir s girl, 12. -
W. Union St, girl. Dec. 27.
Church St, age 30 and Gwen-
Genuine Solid Red i James and Annie Coffee, 1059 Ben F. and Mary Ballard, 1632E.
1260 Hart St 22.
dolyn Kiser age
; ''c Tidewater Cypress! Manzel Todd, 635 V4 W. AshleySt Barber St., girl. Dec. 27.. 22nd St, boy, Jan. 14. i
Sylvester and Maud Henderson, Wm. and Noree Robinson, 1621 '
;,. i Non-rusting galvanizednail age 29 and Rose M. Bailey,
construction! 635 W. Ashley St.., age 25. 1449 Kings Rd., boy, Dec 28. E. 21st St, boy, Jan. 15. t

,f 4 Roosevelt Payne, 1165 W. 9th Sam and Beatrice Jones, 2027
Never before at. such St, age'22 and Marjorie Terrell, W. 12th St, girl, Dec. 28.

( a low price! 204 8th St. S., Jax Beach, age 24. Joseph and Ruby Grimsley, Notice Homeowners _

Eddie C. Harold, 939 OakleySt 2438 San Diego Rd, boy. Dec. 29. NEW HOME WIRINGand .1
r- Frederick and Loyce R. Hill, WIRING REPAIRSAt
r t age 18 and Mozell Jones 551 "Lire and Let Live" Prices ;
2408 Spirea St, boy, Jan. 13.
h u. w W. 2nd St, age 19. PHONE PO 5.1112
w. SPECIAL MATCHING CYPRESS! ; ,, Andrew L. Evans, 706 E. 5th Stage Webster and Annie Cooper, Licensed and Bonded
2008 Everson St, girl,Jan 6.
UmtodSupply 43 and Edna Williams,. 1366.
? CHILD'S CHAIRS .. Florida Ave., age 31.
'. James Alexander 1624 W. 24th
: St, age 42 and'Romelda Johnson, You Don't Have t. Go to Town to Get i

F... OIly 1.95 .,, 1624 W. 24th St., age 24.
Lawrence L. Marshall, 1361 W.

24th St, age 32 and Artense LOW PRICES

Mann, 912 W. Monroe St.,age 26.
; Geo. W* Mack 1851 DeCott St..
On Yeur
.OPEN FRIDAY age 21 and Elouise Collins, 1111 .
c / W. State St, age 19.Willie. .

EVENINGS TIL 9 P.M. .C. Holt 1333 Evergreen DRUG STORE NEEDS

Ave, age 23 and Betty J. Barber, .

; 1150 W. 31st St, age 17. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store
F-f! Woodrow Bing, Jr, 608 West .:
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j.j.'C Beaver St.,, age 17 and Lillian ,
-:4i' We Will Meet Prices Advertised
: Williams 759 W. Church .St.. age Any

-I i'7' !In Your. Local PapersHOOD'S

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Les Colonnes Bridge Club. I
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met last Wednesday evening in
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la natural faith Cypress gahraiztd -
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.. Seat 6 to 8 .....: welcomed new members'and out-.
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, .. Saturday, February 2, 1957 THE Il.DIIDA'STNt Pet* FhreMiamians ,

;;" ,. ; : : : .Request. Investigation Of Race Antagonist **

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t.:. Governor .Suds KardeHes Bridge Club Officers Installed *

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i Leller ToNiamiAgencies ,y ] f3Gi yyyr t.e5 Urr'f Via:: !'!. f ; .., ..x Y; 7iw y. k :,*Ya' a \ *
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MIAMI Gov. ,LeRoy Collins ; <
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has been asked by the NAACP to > '
-I order an investigation of David y 9
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Hawthorne' of Miami; a bitter foe ,4. /2t

t of racial integration.
' The letter sent to the Governorby *

I' Otis D. James, president of the

Miami NAACP Council said,

: "Hawthorne. made many misleading .SS -r
I atUt
inflammatory statements
I all of which has had a tremendous r :

effect upon reactionaries." ; .. *
A tip of site Pepsi Cap to
It was reported from the gov- s. ; these ontrtandlnc young
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y ernor's office that the letter had u | Americans who make our

been sent'.to Miami law enforce- I country' and our community
a better place in which to lire.
ment agencies leaving all possi- :.::4r1.Lv.S *

ble investigations up to local au-

thorities. I I * ,*

James said theletter was! +

prompted by a recent effort by I "__On _____n w._..,mm... ____ _u____ MJk W *

Hawthorne to organize white __ MRS. PAULINE SMITH OFFICIATES-New officers of the Kardeties Bridge Right photo: Reading from left to right. Miss Louvenia Solomon president: *

families in a northwest Miamiresidential Club were officially placed into office recently in a meeting held in the home of Mrs. .Margaret Starkes. rice president: Mrs., Mable Jones secretary: Mrs. Jessie S -*

area in a move to ousta Mrs. A. Kirkpatrick. 948 West 8th Street. Boddie treasurer: Mrs. Sybil Butler business manager: Mrs. Grace West reporter; r

Negro family from the neigh- The photo on the left shows members of the club and their guests Mrs. Juanita Mrs. Mario Bryan. parliamentarian Mrs. Margaret Wilson. Mrs. Willie L. Lucas. w: ,. *

borhood. Hawthorne does not live Williams (fourth from left): Mrs. Janie Reynolds (eighth from left); and Miss Mary Mrs. Mary Green. Mrs. Thomasena McFarlin. Mrs. Ruby Humphrey. Mrs. Mary .

in that area. Prime (ninth from left). Coleman.. and Mrs. Pauline Smith who installed the officers. t tI'

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I I "Royalty"" Attends Dance I John E. Ford Sponsors ". I. ; I ?

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Third Annual Tea >
Feed your babyCARNATION S.x ; ...: ti *

d' Mk' '# :$ :pAlb. ;::. : i5 1
Elaborate plans are being per- : : *

.. fected for the Third Annual Cal- .
endar Tea to be sponsored by the Boylan Haven School t

a : P-TA and Faculty of John E. Ford Pepsi-Cola dealers salute *

.;-* :. Elementary School on Sunday Barbara Jean Davis of the
f' x senior class. She Is member *
i .' \ Sg' afternoon, February 10, from 4:00 of glee club and pres-
: ident of Student Council.
: w to 6:00: p. m. in the school's cafe- Her community activities .
?-- America'shealthy torium. include membership in
the Young People's Society ifif
}: ., ;v.ty. Mrs. Olga O. Bradham, Librar- and the young ladles ..
club of St. Pius Catholic
MJ ian of Wilder Park'-Branch Li- Church.

\\ brary, will be the principal speaker *
baby" milk H5.ln. for this unique affair. Also -
appearing '
;.' 'tb fxr. ,. ,+'?Y S I ,on the program will be ** *
y t:Yf ,.. .
vv the school's newly organized !<(a"v: .. _

? Choral Ensemble, under the direc- .'

tion of Mrs. Ruth D. Myers and : >

Miss Dorothy E. Daniels. This will kC .

mark the first appearance of the
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group which displays unusual .
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talent for of "
? w pupils elementaryleveL

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Parents, patrons and friends are < :

L.4 ..7t Y t, invited to attend the tea which i.t. ...... .... r#ir. ..:/ :
{ V promises to be educational as wellas !1'S' ,. :

x; entertaining. A detailed outlineof -b 1

u< *' ') vYk1 yEb.sYiktw3M W the program will be released at ;i+ .f.il.\
4w later date the Prokram Committee : n" : :
YJ i a by -
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r a, headed by Mrs. Julia Pra- HARPER

ther secretary of the John E. Isaiah High Blocker School Junior

Ford P-TA. Joseph Is an honor student -
< 9x Proceeds from this affair will and a member of the
t 8-7 homeroom which heIf
ui- beused by the P-TA to purchase serves as president. His
extra-curricular: activities
:; r.A rut y ; equipment for the school. Include membership In the
sko24 x 'v : 'i Student Council and in
.4. the School Band. He attends -

.h. AMBASSADORS' DANCE The above photo shows reading Golden Links Club W Church.Central Methodist .

from left to right: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller and Mr.,'and Mrs. if

Warren Long. as they appeared at the Ambassadors' Costume Ball, Elects New OfficersThe * *

held recently in the Duval County Armory. Golden Links Club met re-

-FLORIDA STAR PHOTO. cently in the home of Mrs. Sarah *

Morris, 828 Acorn St. and elected *

t ; I Special Banquet Mrs. Thomas J. Pearson officers for the year. Officers are *

as follows:
Gives Birth To Girl Mrs. Blanche Schenk, presi- *

At AMU MondayTALLAHASSEE dent; Mrs. Thelma J. Walker .

r. Thomas and Cleo Pearson are vice-president; Mrs. Sarah Mor-! r

theproud parents of a daughter ris, treasurer; Mrs. Annie Anderson *

Florida Deborah Frances born January 21 recording secretary; Mrs. *
Agricultural and Mechanical Uni- in Brewster HospitaL Deborah Lauvinia T. Marquez, financial .

a J 7a \ > versity will honor the twenty- and her mother are enoying excellent secretary and state organizer; and *

-KfIF'.4 .: three members of its student body health. Mrs. L. Johnson, reporter.

.'M- t who were elected to the 1957"Who's *

Who Among Students" in *

z ties"American at a Colleges banquet and Monday Universi-eve- Fire Proof Ritz Theatre ,Quiet GLORIA McKNIGIIT *

ning, February 4 at seven o'clock. Boylan Haven School *
The traditional affair will be Gloria is a member of the *
N1 f J "RIDERS OF THE BADLANDS"and senior class an an honor
held in the university commons '
student. Her extra curricular -
activities include *
c w .e lounge. ]rr"
", 1 rkbk i 'rB membership in the Senior
Glee Club feature editor
treasurer of the senior
"Healthy Baby"Carlton Morris of Chicago A&T .College Sponsors SUNDAY & MONDAY -, FEBRUARY 3 & 4 class and a member of the t*
First RunWITHOUT- teen-agers book club.
YOU CAN TRUST CARNATION.' It's the, rooms throughout the world than aU
Travel-Study Tour ond"ATOMIC' * *
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,. r /"i.-' ,safest, most nourishing and digestible other brands combined!Prepared formu. .
';i form of milk for your baby's formula. las that claim to be complete are expen. 9 -

.: .:0 More mothers feed Carnation to their sve compared to Carnation. Be sure to GREENSBORO N. C. A TUESDAY Congratulations from Pepsi

1 j ." babies than any other brand. And more ask your doctor about Carnation. It's twenty-day summer travelstudytour 'TEA & SYMPATHY"RELAX Cola to these three Merit

Carnation is used in hospital formula the milk every doctor knows. to the enchanting Carribean, and Award winners!
.;, which includes graduate credit to- .I'DEVIL'S TRAIL" Jt Listen to Pepsi Merit Award

"."i,, ., wards the master's ,degree, is IN FIREPROOF SAFETY ON SOLID CONCRETE FLOORS salutations on Pepsi Cola
;.F ---------------------- ----MN--' 1400
:. )I being arranged_by A & T College.Dr. I. on your dial, Saturdays

J"I F. A. Williams, dean of the 10:45 to 11:45 A.M.
college's Graduate _School, said "Who Says You Need Costly Shots .

I #E % S COOKING, TOO!FT"': 1 1D in that the the principal tour would cities include: of Puerto stops To Relieve 'Hot Flashes' And *

Rico, Domican Republic, Haiti Irritation From Change-Of-Life?" *
I Carnation has special and Jamaica in the British West

J blending qualities not found I Indies. **- Mra.A.M., Wato ga, OkLu,adds, "Middle qe *

I .. in other form of milk.Foramoothfailureproof. wu tortureHad costly shots 3 time a week C
t.4 any An educational tour, the course { } *
: bat got no relief.Then took Pinkham'e Tablet
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deals in Comparative
of study =
They brought met now happiness, comfort *
: \\\ results every time,use Education and will be taught bj 9 I If
1S. .. Carnation in every recipe I ILi' instructors from the GraduateSchooL Science offers women new freedom medicines.. acts directly on the f
from much of the misery of cause of these troubles works
i .. : that calls for milk! He said that while accommodations
,. .. change-of-life thanks to an through a woman's sympathetic
.. .-. are of top standard, .mA7f"gnewtablet: developed arpecicly nervous system to relieve tense
to relieve functionally- feelings and pbJ's1ca141stre81 that
t.;... costs for the tour rebeing held caused discon fo & Doctors reported bring unhapplness to so many. ..,;
at the minimum.All gat3QnM results wring Clinical testa prove W- Pepsi Cola j
fij3 remarkable home treatmen1akme Now this amazing formula 1* -
: travel between countries .:.and. no costly injccOomtKeBef at drugstores without prescription, Dealers of .
I 'The flighl t AA: for "Lydia Pinkham's Tfcb- }
will be by ain special
for II owt of 10 Testerfl
lets" Don't let change-of-life rob a. Jacksonville
.leaves Miami, Fla, on- June 2(0 Irritability tortured nerve were you of Joy Get handy PinkhamlsTablets. J Jffe
calmed. Dizziness relieved. Awful Contain blood-building
of Evaporated Milk aprw and will return there on _July 8. hot gashes subsided. Here's why. iron. See how' fast you can fed ,j:'
:' $ .5 Applications are now being received Unlike aspirin and such"general your happy self again without
...... ..... parpose"remedies this new tablet Costly mota! (Also 11qu1d Lydia EoP1nkham'a Refresh without filing bare a'Pepsi 'Ji';'
.'_4:*iL::">., ,r at the. college. is a unique combination of special Vegetable JmI'O"Y'd) s
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!.Pa9eSlit! ______ __ i THE "FLORJDASTAR. .- '. Saturday February 2. 1957

I -- ; News Of InterestFrom All Sections Of Beautiful Florida ;U I

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:"T: Putnam County:: News I I I' Brewster Hospital Alumnae' Banquet 4-H Livestock ContestTo Florida Normal College

.r Be Held February 8 Emphasizes Religion i
: ;' V V V VV _V V V V At Florida State Fair

!&. BY E. J. VREEN ,_ St Augustine. Fla. Two of
_:* Palaika Florida the nation's outstanding membersof
:, ', 608 Madison Street. ...
/' Between 45 and 50 of the 67
,;y'.1-: ...'.-" Phone East 5-3025 : z M the clergy have accepted invitations -
counties in Florida will be
/ to lead Florida Normal'sannual
9 t; in the annual State 4-H
Religious Emphasis Week
Last week Mrs. Frances Brown of Olive Street was our guestto 'V V Livestock Judging Contest to be which is to be held this year from

for the invitation. held on Friday, Feb. 8 at the
the movies. She was very grateful March 17th through March 22nd.
4 This week we move just a lit- r1'M Beef Cattle Arena of the Florida
Dynamic Dev. A. Leon Lowry,
tle further up the line, with an State Fair, now in full swing in
Sgt. Wilder i AssignedTo pastor of Beulah Baptist Church,
invitation to .a very fine young Tampa. This compares with 39.
Tampa Florida, and the Rev. L.
lady who stays quite busy. She is counties represented last year.
Duty E. Terrell, of Virginia State Col-
self-employed. She has a very The huge county participationtehis
lege, Ettricks Va., have agreed to
fine little girl who is one of my year will make the Fair'sContest
share with Florida Normal students
Master Ser -
friends and who is a student in the most complete cover-

my Sunday School class. I am geant George A. Wilder of Wash- 9i 9iM age of the state of any 4-H state- their wealth, of experienceand

sure .she knows we are talking ington, North Carolina, has been wide contest in history, Kenneth training in the field of reli- .

about her. assigned to the U. S. Army In- Durrance, assistant Animal I us- gion.

structor Group (Senior) ROTC, bandman, College of Agriculture, The Rev. L. T. Whitelocke. Di-

Florida A and M University. Sgt. q University of Florida in Gaines- rector of Religious Education, an-
Mr. Bob Vinson of 1552 Spearing ..,
Wilder's last assignment was .y .S. ,'$ iS ville, announces. Although judg- nounced that the guest ministerswill
Street. Jacksonville, was in
Palatka last week-end to attendthe Headquarters Second Logistical ing of the livestock will occupy a deliver a series of messagesto

funeral of his cousin Mrs. Command, Fort Bragg, N. C. He ( .. good part of the various judging the college family during the
entered the service from Washington week and also hold
Emma Robinson. Bob formerly teams' day at the Fair, the boys personal conferences -
D. C., in 1943 and has served will take time out to view the with students desiring
resided in Palatka.
with the 784th'Tank Battalion in i thousand-a n d-o n e attractions, spiritual guidance and assistance.

Europe the 76th Anti-aircraft 4 pp *V V Fty both educational and entertaining, The Rev. Mr. Terrell, who will
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Long attended V Ri
Artillery Battalion in the,Korean c/ x n rR and even possibly will' find timeto deliver the opening message, is a
Dr. Well's funeral which, was
conflict and the 417th Engineer;
see Jack Kochman's World former pastor of Bethel Institu-
held in Orlando last Saturday. Aviation Brigade in Ashiya, "
Champion Hell Drivers as wellas tional Baptist Church, Jacksonville -

Japan. the professional grandstand and also served as presidentof
Funeral services for Mrs. Leroy This is Sgt. Wilder's second tour :x a V V'5V I show. I Storer College.

Baker Hill were held Wednesdayat of duty at Florida A and M with ------
Mt Tabor First Baptist Church, the ROTC. He was assigned ad-

with Rev. J. W. Walker officiat- ministrative assistant to the professor -
ing. The deceased had been ill for of military science and \

several months. She is survivedby tactics in 1952 and 1953. Wilder is ; ; i _.0._

her daughter, Mrs. Zola Brooks accompanied by his wife. .

and son-in-law, F. R. Brooks, 4

other principal relatives.Mr. of Central. Academy and WOBSPROGRAM : i a. : wFQSNIVffSWORtD't { ,

Bill Rutledge will sponsora ... .
program at the.Calvary Baptist MONDAY-FRIDAY SCHEDULE ; ...,..: .;:;. ., /' ':. .., "J: '"., wL

Church Saturday night. Everyoneis 6:026:05 6:00- 6:02 News Sign On& Weather MRS. HETTIE MILLS INSTALLS OFFICERS Graduates of Brewster Hospital from far and

invited. 6:057:00 Heaven's Grace Road (Deacon near gathered recently to attend the annual banquet and to witness the installation of new officers for FASTEST SIUINO

7:007:03..News )& Weather the Brewster Hospital Alumnae Association. Mrs. Hettie Mills performed the ceremony placing the HAIR 6TIAJOHTUM, ,

The many friends of Mrs. Ollie 7:038:00: Morning Hudson) Capers (Bob following persons into office: M4I -

Howard will regret to learn that 8:008:03 News & Weather Mrs. Evelyn Hillman president: Mrs. Vera W. Cruse vice president:-Miss Mildred Lyons record- LACK
8:039:00. Moraine Capers. (Bob IJHII
she is ilL She has our best wisheifor Hudson) ing secretary: Miss Myrtis E. Brown corresponding secretary; Mrs. Anita Irving financial secretary:

a speedy recovery. 9:03-10:00 9:009:03 Jnmpin News & Show Weather(Johnny Mrs. Eugenia Bazzell. treasurer; and Mrs. Marion Morse reporter.The tk1U4 SOtO AT AU OftUt ypoid *\

Shaw) above photos show scenes from the banquet and Mrs. Hillman.being presented.a token for
ll 10:00-10:03 News & Weather "'" by eM.... .... .
Mrs. D. Green underwent 10:03-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 (Deacon meritorious service (lop photo). -FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS. .
surgery at Flagler Hospital last Grace) --
11:00-11:03 News & Weather .
Wednesday. Her many friends 11:03-12:00 Gospel Grace)Train No. 1 (Deacon cy Herring, 2.06; Mary Hicklin, !i"n** rat tTtr HAH-TODAY!
for her Belhune-Cookman take
wish a speedy recovery. 12.00-12.05 Local News (Yvonne 2.06; Cleveland Kiner, 2.00; Eva City
12.05-12:15: Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Long, 2.00; Arthur Lovett, 2.06;

Sr.Mr.celebrated and Mrs.their King golden Norwood wed-, 12:151:00 Noontime(Yvonne Daniels Tunetime) Dean's ListDr. Ophelia Coston, 2.19; Laura Mur- )cttil19J

1:001:03 News & Weather phy, 2.00; Merle McDonald, 2.00;
ding anniversary last Sunday in 1:032:00 Gospel Ttaln No. 2 (Deacon
Grace) Howard McKire, 2.00; Ruby :Mc-
their Lemon Street home. They 2:002:03 News & Weather John Sylvester Smith, Deanof Laughlin, 2.19; Mane Mallory, Mrs. M. B. HarrelL ReporterThe
2:033:00 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon
have been residents of Palatka fora
Grace) Instruction, announces the 2.00; Eartha Matthews, 2.06; Dora Columbiaires met and were
number ot years. Mrs. Norwoodwas 3:00-3:03 News & Weather honor students at BethuneCookman entertained at the home of Mrs.
3:034:00 Jnmpin' Show (Johnny Miller, 2.06; Sallie Nichols, 2.18;
very chic in a tailored suit 4:004:33 Shaw) Weather College for the first semester Evelyn Owens, 2.00; Henry Parish! Carl E. Clark, 407 Lee St., Lake PATRONIZE "FLORIDA STAR"ADVERTISERS
News &
and her children presented her 4:035:00 Jumpin Show (Johnny ending January 17, 1957. 2.13; Juanita Reynolds 2.25; MaryA. City, Thursday nite, Jan. 17 at
with gold wrist watch. The Shaw)
a 5:005:03 News & Weather The coveted dean's list consistsof Rushing 2.18; Clarence Shaw, 8 o'clock. .

home was beautifully decoratedand 5:035:45- Jumpin'Shaw Show (Johnny the names of students who 2.00; Annie Sutton, 2.00; Jean Following the devotional periodthe
delicious turkey dinner was :
a SATURDAY SCHEDULE have carried not less than fifteen Thompson, 2.29, and Eleatha Sut- meeting was turned over to t
served. Guests included: 6:006:02 sign On
the president, Mrs. Mildred Ben-
6:026:05 News & Weather semester hours of work for the ton, 2.29.
Mr. and :Mrs. D. A. Boys Mr. 6:057:00 Heaven's Road semester and whose scholarship in nett for the business meeting. At

and Mrs. W. A. Johnson, Mrs. 7:007:03 News & Weather the close of this meeting, the Bob Hudson
7:038:00: Morning Capers (Bob terms of grade points average is
Minnie Clark, Mrs. C. Lester, MissB. Hudson)
enjoyed provided by
Politics As
group games
8:008:03 News & Weather not less than 2.30 with no grade
Ford, Mr. A. Ervin Mrs. Annie 8:039:00 Morning Capers (Bob less than "C. the hostesses Mrs. Clark and Mrs.J. .

Gibson, Mrs. Flossie Taylor, Mrs.L. Hudson) V. Kelly. AND
9:009:03 News & Weather
L. Hardy, Mrs. Corene Ellis, 9:03-10:00 Jumpin' Show (Johnny The Dean's List: Wynton Adamsof (Continued from Page 2)) The customary surprise gift was

Mrs. Letha Edwards, Miss A. 10:00-10:03 News Shaw)& Weather Daytona Beach, 2.56; Horace show their appreciation to firms received by Mrs. Hattie Lovette.

Shannon, Mrs. R. K. Ragsdale, 10:03-11:00 Gospel Daniels Train) No. 1 (Yvonne. Boyer of Winter Park, 2.38; How- which are not attempting to hin- The following members were Sugar Sugar Sugar
ard Carter of Jacksonville, 2.70
Mrs. Mary Ann Williams, Miss 11:00-11:03 News ft Weather ;
der the social and economic prog- present: Mesdames D. T. Combs ,
Train No.1 (Yvonne
11:03-12:00 Gospel Alyce Clapp of Jacksonville, 2.44;
Amanda Williams, Mrs. Marion Daniels) ress of the race .0. For it goes D. T. Watson, M. B. Harrell, M.

Edwards, Mr. William Burton, 12:00-12:05- Local Daniels News) (Yvonne Orion Copeland of Tampa, 2.44; without saying that the firms H. Williams, L. S. Dorsett, M. E. COMING YOUR WAY

Miss Ethel Mae Hines, Mrs. J.S 12:05-12:15 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) Everett Marion of Tampa, 2.31; which advertise in the Negro Roundtree and F. Henderson.The .
12:151:00 Noontime Tunetime Lorraine Farrington of Opa Locka
Jones, Mrs. C. J. Stoudmire, Mr. (Yvonne Daniels) press are the.on'es that want your members enjoyed a delightful -
.Walter Wilson, Mrs. Dora Davis, 1:001:03 News & Weather 2.59; Thelma Hart of Brooksville, trade
and are willing to treat us repast
Train No.2 Yvonne 7:00 9:00 A.M.
1:032:00 Gospel ( 2.79 Samuel Hay of West Palm to
Mrs. Ellen B. Adams, Mrs. Annie Daniels) ; with the same respect that is due The next meeting will be heldat
2:002:03 News & Weather Beach Chester Henderson of Or-
Donnerson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben 2:033:00 Saturday Session (Johnny any man or woman regardless of the home of Mrs. M. H. Williams '
lando, 2.47; Herbert Humes of I 6:00 to 7:00 P.M.
Hattie Bowen Shaw)
Douglas Mrs. Mrs. 3:00343 News & Weather race or color. 527 E. Leon St, Lake City.
Miami 2.31 Annette Johnson of
Minnie Leem Miss A. M. Wellington 3:034:00 Saturday Session (Johnny ; SPEND YOUR DOLLARS
Shaw) Dade City, 2.44 Leona Johnson of
and Mrs. H. ; OVER
4:004:03 News & Weather WISELY TRADE WITH -
Members of the immediate fam- 4:035:00 Saturday Session (Johnny Delray, 2.69.Rebecca FIRMS THAT GIVE YOU m. worship hour. The pastor, the .
ily included: Mr. James Norwood, 5:00-'5:01.News Ac Weather Johnson of Waycross, RESPECT PATRONIZE Rev. W. M. Daniels, will preachthe

Palatka; Mrs. Louise Johnson Mi 5:035:45 Saturday Shaw) Session (Johnny 2.60; Emmett, Kerksey of West FLORIDA STAR ADVERTISERS sermon. WaBSJACKSONVILLE'S -

ami; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nor- SUNDAY SCHEDULE. Palm Beach, 2.31; Willene! Lan- Covenant meeting will be heldat
6:006:02 Sign On
wood, Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Na- 6:026:05 News & Weather caster of'St. Pete, 2.55; Catherine 3 p. m. BTU will convene at

thaniel Norwood and sonS of Miami 6:057:00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon Leaks of Miami, 2.38; Dorothy MandarinFIRST 5:30. The pastor will deliver the ONLY ALL NEGRO

; Mr. and Mrs. Warnell Nor- 7:007:03 News & Weather ft Lucas of Daytona Beach, 2.69; closing message and administer
wood' Miami; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- 7:037:30 Grace) Harold Lucas of Daytona, 2.41; the Holy Communion at 6:45: p. m.

liam Norwood, Miami; Mr. Eddie 7:308:00 Latimore Gospel Singers Christine McCants of Belle Glade, BAPTIST CHURCH
(Live Gospel
Norwood and family, Miami; Mrs. 8.008 Healing Waters (Oral 2.50;' Yvonne Massey of Thomas- The First Baptist Church will "

Juanita Lockhart and family, Pa- 8:309:00< Jar Roberts: Revival) Center (Rev. ville, 2.50; Ozie Mathis of Daytona begin its Sunday services with PATRONIZE 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"ACBO9S

latka; Mrs. Vera Jackson and son, Eunice S.C.Riley.)Johnson 2.88; Marie Myers of Tampa, 2.63; Sunday School, which begins at Florida StarAdvertisers
9:00-10:00 Bishop
Miami; Miss Gussie Johnson, Mi- 10:00-10:30 Heaven Fire Gospel Singers Shirley Payne of Miami, 2.75; De-i 9:30: a. m. The deacons will have

ami; Mrs. Audrey Shannon, Miami 1030-10:45 Temple(Live Gospel of God Singing(Rev.)W. B. lores Pearson of Jacksonville 2.38; charge of devotions. the 11 a.

i; Mrs Mary Ann Williams and 10:45-11:00. Heaven's Herbert) Road (Deacon Horace Powers of Ormond, 2.40;

Mrs. Lula Thomas St Augustine, Grace) Weather Betty Rackard of Kissimmee, 2.31; YIOGf iE/IT A(,NCK: ViIA,.Ki NT OItSl1RE/. ?AND I TOLD HI
11:00-11:03 11:03-12:00. News Heaven's& Road (Deacon, Shirley Rainey of South Carolina, A NAPENEDx1T THE PET EAAIDTNE GIVE IT TOME WE
Fla.Other guests included Mrs. Liz- Grace) 2.38; Yvonne Russell of West '. .out TlaT a WT N; Guy ToFOSa r GETRIDORT T
12:00-12:03 News & Weather C.OUNTRY &4M*FETES AI301lT ITr wiFE"LL WT IT IN
zie Williams, Mrs. Lucy Herron 12:031:00 Heaven's Road (Yvonne Palm Beach, 2.59; Violeta Sam- QAO CAR uiT.i THE OVEN AND.GOSHMY ..

Mrs. H. 'I... Burney, Mrs. Pearl 1:001:03 News Daniels") Weather uels of Cuba, 2.40; Aylce Joyce rt5 v TM KILt. p

Stafford, Mrs. Maggie Wright Mr. 1:031:30 Heaven's Road (Yvonne 0 Shipp of Jacksonville 2.38; Norma 1 A PogG WIKN'T'fNATr
and Mrs. John Owens, Mr. and ISO2.00 Mt Ararat Baptist ChurchRev. Smith of Jacksonville. 2.38; Le- (I l ,. 6l1EyS I D ,.) r

Mrs. Roger McCloud, Mrs. Beulah 2:003:00 Jafeo( .Gospel Dallas Review Graham) muel Stallworth of Avedio, 2.81; BETTER a F Fwt4At i,

Jackson Mr. and Mrs. John Van, (Live Gospel Singing) Lawrence Temple of Lake Helen, R IT
Shrine Mother aSTORY
3:004:00 Gods Holy (
Mrs. Annie Carter, Mrs. B. Saunders Rosa Woods) 2.63; Cleota Trammel of Sanford,

Mrs. Naomi! Jackson Mrs. 4:005:00 Church Elder Charles of God In Beck Christ 2.86; Louise Wash of Jacksonville

Christine Robinson, Dr. and Mrs. 5:005:03 News & Weather 2.81;. Edward Wilson of Eustis,
SHU5:45 Heaven's Road (Yvonne
_. J. A. Long Mrs. Hattie Fells, Mrs. Daniels) 2.31; Jewell Wilson, 2.75; and

Evelyn Green Mr. Ira Ellis Mrs. Gwendolyn Jackson of Gainesville -H'
.. YourEditorial
:Susie Clark Mrs. Ollie Baker, Mr. .' 2.31.Students.

Chas. Allen, Mrs. Ollie Clark andE. o Page making a grade point .,

'- J. Vreen. Speaks for Progress average of not less than 2.00 withno _. -_ -

grade less than "(:" comprisethe

honor roll. The following students OWN YEP w THE 1'vE Gd1" TDG T TOUT 01' I# wHY .IT S 17 S
For Prompt Y
Vl.'DOSEIE; are on this list: Rosa Lee A MURDERER

Delivery Call Allen2.06; Jessie Anderson 2.00; t 6TB oF IS : CNICKENI.

Myrtice Beckton, '2.13;. Bobbie VICTIM .. _

VICTORY FURSERVICE 'Brooks 2.13; Ellen Sanders Bryant .r.

2.13; Lawrence Campbell .- I ITIVL
2.00; Bobbie Darden 2.18; Violet ,

Daughtrey: 2.00; Ruth Dunmore,

4 EL 3-15N 2.06; Betty Gibbs. 2.19; Lorenzo LWi -e

Hamilton, 2.00; Octavia Guinyard,

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i Awards Presented

Athletic Figures

At Club_Jamboree

. ATLANTA Ga. (Special) -
Collie J. Nicholson, Grambling's

: Bill To Bar Aimed At South Atlantic chosen affable to publicity be cited director here Friday, was

Negroes:: LeagueI Club's night at 22nd the 100 Annual Per Cent All-Sports Wrong

I Jamboree honoring nationally-
known athletic figures.

Georgian's Bill Proves Unpopular Troliers To Play I Frank .Robinson sented Nicholson a citation would for also"meritorious be pre-

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1 service in the field of college

i With South Atlantic League Heads q :..:c: ; Here In Ball ParkBasketball's Signs Contract sports The public greatest relations.array "of athletes

With Bedlegs and sports notables ever assem-
ATLANTA Another blow at interracial athletic contests and fabulous Harlem bled in the South were selected to
Globetrotters, the winningest and
other social functions aimed mostly at professional baseball' was receive awards and citations at
most traveled team in any field of CINCINNATI Frank Robinson ; the Jamboree.
struck when a proposal was Introduced in the Georgia Senate to -
sports in the world will meet the who has been called "one of
bar Negroes from any mixing of the races. Heading the list are Floyd Patterson
Senator Leon Butts Jr. said his as .ha::: ,.: strong Philadelphia Sphas in the the greatest baseball players of youngest heavyweight

bill was intended to halt the use .I onment of 60 days .to a year. It .vk, 6 Jacksonville Baseball Park Mop- modern times" and last year's"rookie champion in history; Mildred Mc-

of Negro players in the South At- would become effective as soon ::c sr ., ; day, February 4, at 8 p. m. of the year" has signedhis Daniel, Tuskegee Institute Amer-
' lantic League. The passage of the as it.is signed by the, Governor.Democratic.thinking 4 $s. The Trotters will put on a gala 1957 contract with the Cincin- ica's only woman gold medal win-
bill would affect Savannah, Co- General ': l.-' show before the game and during nati Redlegs, with an increase in ner in track and field at the 16th

lumbus, Augusta, and Macon. The Manager Jerry Waring of Macon's a+ the half-time period, featuring an pay.Robinson Olympiad; Lee Calhoun, North
Class A South Atlantic Leaguehas Sally League Club said: "If Negro :; r. array of talented performers who. had a great season in Carolina College, gold medal win-
'a larger representation in players kept White fans away ak -1 are experts in their fields. his rookie year and is being ner in the high hurdles; Joel

Georgia than any other state from Columbus (as Butts indicated It is now the thirteenth anniversary awarded accordingly, according toa Shankle, Duke University, bronze
The measure also prohibits ), they had better get a few *F+ ; I I season for the celebrated statement made by Gabe Paul, medal winner at Melbourne;
travelers of the court, whose end- general manager. The terms of frank Robinson
dancing, social functions, enter- more for attendance at Columbuswas '' :* National League
tainments, athletic training, more than doubled last year : less wanderings have taken themto the salary were not disclosed.In "Rookie of the Year"; Althea Gib-
all six continents, and 1956, Robinson hit 38 home son, international
games, sports or contests between over the ,1955 season. owner- tennis star; I
whites and Negroes. It also calls "As far as the Macon club is r. coach-founder Abe Saperstein is runs to tie the all-time major Henry Aaron, National League !
for separate seating and other facilities concerned we don't have N enjoying one of the brightest sea- league record fur a rookie. He batting champion; and cage star I
for the two races. any" f sons that he has seen since he batted .290 in 152 games, led the Bill Russell of the Bostoh Celtics.In .
players because of color
or race.
went into basketball professionally. National in runs scored with 122, addition to
With as much ground as the this lineup
Waring also said that when Juan
bill covers, it would halt the long Pizarro, a Puerto Rican Negro Playing Coach Elmer Robinson made 166 hits for 319 bases, and awards were to be made to Jim I
one of the all-time Trotter drove in 83 runs. Parker, Ohio State
practice of major league baseball -American
playing for Jacksonville, pitchedat I
teams bringing all their minor Macon the dfew total greats, is all set to put a star- Robinson is 21 years of age and guard; Willie Galimore, fabled
games a
; studded team on the court. is from Oakland, Calif. He has All-American halfback iroift
league to spring training camps in attendance of. 5,300 which was Flor-
Georgia. It would also ban major considerably over the average at- The Trotters will send out such been Cincinnati attending Xavier Universityin ida A&M; Wilt Cham lain fab-

league exhibition games featuring tendance of less than 1,000 a THE RAJAH OF COMEDY Robert (Showboat) Hall, inter- stars as Bob (Showboat) Hall, the during the winter. ulous sophomore star at the Uni-
Negro players in any sport. game. nationally known as "The Rajah of Comedy" because of his many "Rajah of Comedy" who is funnier versity of Kansas; Rory Calhoun

Butts was a tackle on the foot- General Manager Bob Bonifayof forms of fun-making, but not only is Hall a natural born comedianhe .than ever; Deacon Davis, the Amoros Is Slated White Plains, N. Y., middle
' ball team at the University of the Augusta club said: "I don't -is one of the best basketball players in the business. former University of Iowa All- weight; Edward S. Temple, Ten-
Chattanooga in 1949. He said be- know what would happen as far Jacksonville will have an opportunity of seeing Hall at center American; Lee Garner, Jesse Cof- To Leave nessee State track coach; Leroy T.
cause there were Negroes on Sally as Augusta baseball is concerned.We when the Harlem Globetrotters play the Philadelphia Sphas at the fee, Murphy Simmons, Paxton DodgersBROOKLYN Walker, track mentor at North
League teams last year "a lot of are owned by a major league Jacksonville Baseball Park Monday Feb. 4. at 8 p. m. Lumpkin and William Brown, Carolina College; and Dr. WalterR.

people from my county won't go Organization (Detroit) which as- some of the truly greats of basket- -The big bat and Johnson of Lynchburg Va.,
to see them play" at nearby Co signs players regardless of race or ball.The the superb fielding of little Sandy for his work in the National Scho-
lumbus. The self-styled great color and I have no control over SPORTING' UPBY Spas will throw in such Amoros have failed to make an lastic Tennis Development pro

American Democratic lawmaker this on the local level." stars as 6-10 Jim Griboski, 6-8 impression of any kind on Man- gram.
predicted that Negroes would'be At Jacksonville and Knoxville, Kevin Thomas, playing coach ager Walt Alston of the Brooklyn Howard C. Gentry of Tennessee
playing in the Class AA Southern Tenn., other Sally teams, club Tom Brennan and Vince Leta, Dodgers. State receives the W. A. Scott II
Association, "if something isn't spokesmen said very little differ C. PARHAM JOHNSON both 6-5. Joe Mike, 6-4, Len Manager Alston doesn't believethe Memorial" Trophy as "coach of the
done about it." ence in attendance had been THE BROOKYN DODGERSare give Hurricane Jackson a chanceat Winograd and Jack Munch, 6-2 little Cuban is major league year. Eddie Robinson of Gram-

"If they (professional baseball noted through the use of Negro much concerned about the in the title. Patterson. also expresSed and Charley Burns, the real vet- material and the Dodgers are reportedly bling earned' the coveted award
teams) can't get along without players. hand of Roy Campanella.Vice a desire to have Rocky eran of the team and six feet him- trying to peddle Amoros for the 55 season.
Negroes, let's do away with baseball General Manager Bill Herring President Bavasi said recent Marciano make a comeback, but self. These men were eastern col- to the Philadelphia Phillies. Miss Nell Jackson, Tuskegee
. ," Butts said. I of the Columbia (S. C.) team said ly that if Campy can have an ordinary since 'Rocky has retired and an- lege stars. Amoros has been credited with Institute the first member of her
Butts' bill provides that violation Negro players hurt white attendance season the National Lea- nounced that he would stay retired Hack Wayne of Chicago will being one of the hardest working race to coach the U. S. Women's
t of the segregation provisions there "materially" while Ne- .gue Champions will have another why can't Patterson be con- referee the game. The added en- members of the.Dodger team, but Olympic Track and Field Team
would be a misdemeanor with a gro attendance also was off. good chance to repeat in 1957. tented to fight those who are still tertainers are Ala Baba and his his speed, batting ability and sen- was chosen to be cited for her
fine of $100 to $1,000 and impris- General Manager Phil Howserat HANK THOMPSON, one of the in the fight game and let a retired Turkish magic; national intercol- sational fielding has not won the contributions to women's track.

Charlotte, N. C. said: "Players best defensive third basemen in fighter alone? legiate trampoline champion Dick confidence of his manager. .
i GETTING NIGHTS have to be assigned somewhere the game has signed his 1957 THE BROOKLYN DODGERSmay Albershardt of Indiana Univer- SUFFERERSGet

i XI worried by Bladder Weakness" (setting he said, "and there are only three Giant contract and is all set for call up catcher John Rose- sity; Carl Flynn, Equilibrist; the Learn Commercial Art COLD
I Up. burning Nlshts or or Bed Itching Wetting urination, too freSuent. -or- Class A loops-the,Sally, Eastern i a great season. THompson had a boro from their Montreal farm juggling and acrobatic Lee Marx Start AnytimeG. STANBACK. tablets or powders
8mellln,. Cloudy Urine due to and Western. It would put a bur- bad year in 1956, batting only .235 team to relieve Roy Campanella, and Billie; Consuelo on her port- I.. APPROVED for relief of COLD1 DISCOMFORTS.
I common try CYSTEX Kidney for and quick Bladder. 30 Irritation Tears UM., den on the majors if they were the lowest since he entered major the question mark catcher with an able trapeze and the sensational AMERICAN The formula STANBACK is combination prescription type
prove for safety CYBTEX for young trader and money-beck old. Ask druggist guar unable to assign Negroes to the league baseball. He suffered leg injured hand. Roseboro is rated'asone Palermos, juggling stars from SCHOOL OF ART ingredients a that work of pain together relieving
antee. See now fast you improve. Sally.." ailments and was beaned by Tom of the brightest young stark in Argentina. for FASTER RELIEF of HEADACHE.
I Poholsky SLLouis Cardinal right professional baseball. He is a bro- Moved To New Location NEURALGIA ACHING MUSCLES
l hander on June 6 and attemptedto ther of Jim Roseboro, Ohio State 2nd Floor FEVER. SNAP BACK with
return to active play too soon University football star. STANBACK.
and suffered dizzy spells. Baseball MINNIE MINOSO'S bid for an
'flf2O Advertisers fans can remember the great defensive increase over the $32.000 he received .
SECONDS work of Thompson at from the Chicago White Coilracl JACKSONVILLE BASEBALL PARK '
Florida Star third base during the 1954 World Sox last season has been flatly I
Tf'f/i iu.xt a '<>nn-i> nf
Series when the Giants won four rejected. Minoso is basing his \ MONDAY, FEB. 4th

ORAJElWatch straight. His contract calls for an argument on his last season's .316 CINCINNATI Brooks Law- / 8:00 P.M.

LEARN TO DRIVEThe estimated $15,000. batting average. His average was rence, the pitcher that was secured -
THE PHILADELPHIA PHIL- the highest on the team and in from the St. Louis Cardi-
Quickest The Easiest LIES continue to give the fans the addition he hit 36 homa runs, and nals in a deal last season signedhis --- -
Way T. Learn dodge about Negro ball players. drove in more than 80 runs. 1957 contract with the Red- I I v

AJAXDRIVING All last season they kept saying JACKSONVILLE BASEBALLfans legs. 0 o
i t This Clown "we are looking for a capable Ne- were happy to receive the Lawrence won 19 games and I
'SCHOOLCALL gro ball player, but we just.can't news that Juan Pizarro has recovered lost 10 last season. He won his
82-38-97 EL 4-0639 find one." The strangest thing is, from injuries received in first 13 games in a row, the long- /9
other league teams can an automobile accident. Since recovering II
George Perpena all big est win streak in the National
25 102 69
.- find Negro players who can make he has gone back to the League in 1956. His string broke
1134 W. 5th Street the grade but the Phillies. mound. Evidently he will be in when he lost to Pittsburgh July '

3 4 SAM BROWN, former All- shape to report to the Milwaukee 21.

t. 1 0 American football player at Braves' spring training camp. Lawrence appeared in 49 Red- .
8 7 UCLA, who was one of the out- LARRY DOBY has signed his leg games and pitched the 1nost
standing college baseball players I 1957 White Sox contract at a reported innings-219. He was chosen for SPHAS

Blade. Changin w signed by the Chicago Cubs last salary of $35,000. The only the National League All-Star All New Gigantic 8-Act AMERICA'S
53-61-218 summer, is back-at football again question now is, how will he get game, and at one time during the 'Vrc-Game and Half-Time FOREMOST
only this time. for the United along with Manager Al Lopez season Lawrence was carrying SPORTS
42-88-21 GilletteBLUE
States Army. who formerly managed him at the pitching load for the Redlegs.He VARIETY SHOW ATTRACTION-flu-
THE ALL-PRO FOOTBALL Cleveland. There were mis- his PRICES '$1.50 $2.50 $3.00
Sometimes he's .. r BLADESIff many was taking regular turn on ; ; Sensational
Sometimes he's downs HANDY DISPENSER TEAM was released recently and understandings. bet w e e n Doby the mound and did quite a bit of (Tax Included!, ) Entertainment
He odds, subtracts wJf* the names of the Negro stars were and Lopez when the two were at relief work. He was the workhorse Tickets On Sale At -
He works It .11 .....4 : listed. On the first-string team Cleveland. of the Redlegs' pitching LANE.REXALL DRUG STORE MAIN & FORSYTH STREETS
i at were: defensive tackle: Roosevelt MONTE IRVIN will be at Los staff. HOLLYWOOD MUSIC STORE 605 WEST ASHLEY
s FOR FEBRUARY 9th Grier. New York Giants: safety !Angeles and Joe Black will be at (At Ball Park After 6:00 p.m. Monday)
iuiSTRAND Emlen Tunnel New York Giants Seattle for the 1957 season and
35-91-17 (the man who has played in all the Pacific Coast Conference fans! American basketball player at

the pro bowl games): defensive will see two former big league Niagara University, has quit the I AM) A
halfback Dick Lane. Chicago Car- stars in action. Black made his- Harlem Globetrotters to play in J J ,/ yv.

dinals: offensive right halfback tory at Brooklyn. and Irvin did the Eastern Basketball League. '

REG. ADM. ONLY 45c AU SEATS Ollie Matson and offensive tackle: the same at New York.'Both men Hemans, who stands '6-7, is now
1 st Jax Showing-"JAZZ FESTIVAL" Roosevelt Brown. still have what it takes fo make a playing for Hazelton and is regarded -
MIDNITE OLLIE MATSON, the great major leaguer click. as a potential NBA star of on ivi HII: >
Duke Cab
f Count Basle and Mart
SAT., FEB. 2nd Chicago Cardinals' backfield star BOBBY BOYD, first basemanfor the future.
and former University of San the, Baltimore Orioles is still RUMORS ARE FLYING around Each account Is
Our liberal
Anthony Quinn- -"MAN-FROM DEL RIO" Francisco All-American, has let it having trouble with his. injured baseball circles that the Philadel- earnings very are compounded CURRENT RATE insured up t-
Joan Crawford"AUTUMN LEAVES" be known that he has given up right arm. Bob broke his arm during phia Phillies are deeply interestedin Semi' : $10,000 by the
1 the idea of becoming a dentist be- the 1956 season and was out getting Ernie Banks from the Annually om Savings V2% Federal Savings

ROOSEVELT SKY VIEW cause it would take too long. He of action for a considerable len- Chicago Cubs, but the Cubs an- in this which Association is- 3 and Loan Insurance -
does have teaching credentials, gth of.time. He reinjured the arm swer to that is NO. The key man chartered and supervised Corporationauthorized
: however, and did teach one term. while playing winter baseball. that is being used for trade bait by the OF DIVIDEND by an
SUB.. Tues. Feb. 3-5' 'Sun.. Tues. Feb. 3-5 Ollie is reportedly the highest' BASEBALL COMMISSIONERFORD among the Cubs is Gene Baker, U.S. Government. act of Congress.

lit"MORE Run Double PEOPLE"Shock! "R01catKINR.THlaE lax ilLUES"CURUCUBEAST" paid player in pro ranks' with a FLICK officially approved the Cubs' second baseman.AT .

New All-Negro salary of $26.000 a year. Matsonis Jackie: Robinson's application for PRESENT IT APPEARS
Rock N' Roll Feature! one of the most popular players voluntary retirement and promptly that the only men the Phillies are

Wed. Thurs. Feb. 6 -7 Plus-"LAST Mature FRONTIER"Victor in professional footbalL voided the deal between the really interested in are Ernie
1st Jar Showing FLOYD PATTERSON, the new- Brooklyn Dodgers and the New : Banks and Henry AarorL It seems
1 ""CHILDREN OF LOVE" Wed. Thurs. Feb. 6-7 ly crowned heavyweight cham- York Giants and the Dodgers will : that there is a very little chanceof
f Story of Unwed Mothers Louis Jordan In
Plat '- "LOOK OUT SISTER" pion of the world is calling for all return Dick Littlefield and $30- getting! either one. The fans .
"CODE OF UNDERWORLD" p| s-"YOUNG AT HEART" comers. He did say at one time around Philadelphia ate still can
that he would be very pleased to 000.TOM HEMANS., former All- .ing for a Negro player.



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Chips Off The Blocks have with Ada's just returned folk. She from is from a visit Al- FRATEfiMAl NOTES

:.. bany, New York.
Folk all over town received PALLBEARERS LODGE NO 216
with enthusiasm the invite to join Pallbearers Grand Union Lodge 5
the swank new El Dorado Club. 216 will meet Wednesday Feb.
,_ Usually when the town is invaded by hucksters, they wear This brings to two the number of 6th, 7:30 p.-m., at 1082 Davis StAll RUM M A
and the traditional salesman
pants are "traveling type. .
private clubs in Jacksonville.Last members are asked to come
This week we had occasion to .
week we tobk in the Am- preparedto pay their assessments.Rev.
meet and welcome three pretty Went out to the "woods" the bassadors' annual costume frolic. .G. W. Miller president.
."hucksters. Misses Frances Wallace other nile and couldn't hear a Folk were there from far and .
and .Mary Cunningham are mumblin sound. Only the Silver near. We saw the Skeet Colemans MACEO LODGE NO. 8
here representing the House of Star and Country Club jump. Of from Gainesville garbed as con Charles E. Simmons, Sr., past
Winslow, a cosmetic firm. Both course Algie Nevels keeps his vids. Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. I exalted ruler of Maceo Lodge No.
young ladies are nationally known Avenue B ,service station open Kendall also of Gainesville par- 8, was honored recently by the Used Shopworn Damaged Soiled
models. As you know Miss Wallace all night. He and his wife "Miss -
took of the festivities. E. P. Jonesof Joe H. James, Sr., Past Exalted
is a local gaL The other ladyis Mary" have opened a fish and Jones Beauty School wore Rulers Council for meritorious
not exactly a huckster but is poultry mart. hubby and wifey night shirts and services rendered over long per-
known as a "home economist." John Hard- pajamas The Adrian Olivers iod of years. -
She is Mrs. Louise Protho of Pet -
Milk. wick. popular were escaped felons. Julius Bow- Mr. Simmons served as treas- FURNITUREHURRY I
bartender : man of the Urban League was urer of Maceo Lodge for several
Among the regular national
again locatedat well disguised behind his putty years.
representatives in town this week
the-South- t, nose and clown suit. Dr. James
Herb Gaines of Budweiser
are side Harlem ?. Henderson a, perennial top costumer -
Beer former and Herb pcexy Wright of EWC, the and son ofa a Bar. John invites was decked out ala side Don't Miss OUR STOCK IS LIMITEDODD

Phillip Morris representative. On all of his show barker complete with sideburns .
friends to stop and derby hat.
our cork and bottle set all of the THE
by and see him.Speculation Dr. Nelson Spaulding made a
locals are sitting tight. J. D. brief CHAIRS 6-PC SOFA BED VANITY BENCHES
appearance as Mandrake the
Brooks has just returned from is Grand Opening
still rife to John Hardwickwho Magician with his wife Joan as -$' g'
New York and the Schaefer meet. as GROUP
his similarly garbed assistant We 529. '
He is busy plugging the forth- will get the new school posi-
coming marketing seminar which tions and the supposedly vacant saw several new members of the of theKING .
Mickey Mouse Club and just gobsof
sheriffs job.Rumors in the school
the STAR, the Jacksonville Sale-
oJ men's and Merchants Association situation range from the sublimeto Chinese and gypsies of all sizes OF MODERN SOFA BEDS PLATFORM ROCKER 3-PC BEDROOM
and shapes. But the mainthing
anU Ken Knight Enterprises are the ridiculous. Every man in
sponsoring.Isiah the school system is a "candi- was that a good time was had by SUITE '
date." alL One thing for sure, the Two CLUBSFishing 19. 2. 29
White is busy trying to Spot may be closed but "Baron" .
sell folks the advisibility of using The Silver Star has a new at-,
will jump you anywhere and all
"screwdrivers" the year round- traction. There's a "nella" shake 5-PC DINETTE SUITE
dig me? He is leaving for the dancer from Houston, Texas who .
wilds of West Florida this week- gyrates and twists like a Texas .
end. tornado. She dances under the Wlltetl 16. SUITE 516. 12.
Lawrence "Pop-Call Me Larry- stage name of Rose and she is one Ikip
Maxwell is planning on leaving That's no farmer with the and Bar .
next week. He is quoting "Gen. overalls and process job you see 2 nights- 5 days a week.a week.Mrs.Baby Slavin sits, TABLE LAMPS/ COIL. BED SPRINGS HOLLYWOOD HEAD
Doug".and saying"I shall return." in the "600." It's Chico, one of
Upon his return he plans to go the city's ,top blues shouters 9-1920.-4605 Rosewood Ave. Phone FL Thurs. Feb. 7th 595 BOARDS
into business. Luck to the old Teddy Washington's lonely daysare 6. 54.
boy. over. His wife Ada and son form 830 p.m.

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Calypso Boy Wants To Go Home Furnished Room. Couple only.

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e FRONT END & 22 CALIBER 12 GAUGE Top Coats 20% .

Extra UbarcdTracteki Shirts Value $4.95 NOW $1.95

SERVICe Station or our tad at .... SID I NO un TlADI-IN PlleIucr, ALl We Make Loans On Anything of ValueED'S .

1842 KINGS AVlN I' "P' I 17.90 11.'.
for Yew '.70/111/ 0.00 11: .
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Specializing in Ribs and Chicken
Front Wheels Frost w.....
PHONE EL 4-9102
Mr Mote Car Per Whtel.. 1M.WIlt
No. 2 Broad at State Street
'4&0 $149 Will ?ay Good Prices for Lots On West Side PHONE EL 4-9789
No. 3 Florida Avenue at 1st Street

I i CRISWELL TIRE CO. : CALL EL 4-2391 No. 4 .700 PHONE Block EL W.6-9367 Ashley Street


Your U.S. Royal Distributor
101 W. B8YAI C*. > 1142 HNftI ATOWf
i !4. CLAYE- $tettWde EC .T72t

BUSINESS DIRECTORYThe Innerspring Mattress Comer of Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe -

Firms Listed Below Are Recommended Reputable Establishments : STANDARD OYSTERS .. .... ........... .. pt 79c

Specializing Services and Products LOW MEDIUM Local Favorite MULLET .... .. .. .....................Ib. 20c

MEDIUM FLOUNDER .....................................Ib. 25c

WHITING ..'......................................_.........Ib.. 25c
.I.L SHOES I II I BEAUTY SALONS I If AS SHE For Baking E P SHE A D ...................._..................Ib. 29c

.RED BASS '................ ...............:. :..........Ib. 35c
2 to 5-lbs.>> Average ?
S 5 FREE Pair of Girls Shoes Have Your Hair Styled RED SNAPPER .........................':.-i-(t .": .........Ib. 55c

..:. Whoa You Buy New Shoes To Suit Your Personality $19.50 KING FISH STEAKS .......................................,lb. 49c

S s.eciaRst I. Hair Stylie9 sad alaaoirs FRESH WATER CATFISH ..........:................Ib. 49c
MOVED TO HEW LOCATION 1132 HARRISON ST. Chicken of the Sea .
S 522 BROAD'STREET Tia 7 Mae Thomas P.p. Rea PltHe EL 5-3033 SPECKLED TROUT ....................................Ib. 49c

MEDIUM SHRIMP .................................. lb. 69c
s.wiftg Machines I Funfral! Di.ory I SPEARS BROS.FURNITURE For a Delightfully Different Breakfast
"I ( SALT MACKEREL ... ... .... ...............................lb. 4sdTHE

--- Florida .Sewing! Machine Supply 0, t:. 'RiEJrS FUNERAtHOME" Mgr.We CO. SEAFOOD CENTER

Ivy, Sell and Repair Steger and Other Mabs
Parts-Supplies AMBULANCE SERVICE :. 325 Broad .Street Myrtle Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468
An Old Established Concern Ludy Attendant -
505 WEST FORSYTH n. 4-0545 EL 4-0546 925.929 W. BEAVER ST