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Title:
Florida star
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Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
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Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 15, 1956
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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A Jacksonville man who broke away from police while being Charles A. Luckie, last Tuesday in Circuit Court dis-

held for investigation- suffered a gunshot wound in. the right leg last missed a suit brought by Ernest D. Jackson, Negro Attorney, challenging ti 'z

Saturday. the election of Sarah Bryan as Justice of,.the Peace of the 4 .

Julius Caesar Bryant, 27, of 1th District. "'--
1017 Davis was treated at Duval The judge, T however, allowed

.. Medical Center for a gunshot. lobsters Freed :JacksOn 15 days to amend the

wound in the right leg above the Use Ballots !complaint,. v _

kneecap._ No Positive or Clear ClaimyJadge

On Saturday Dec.. 8, Bryant fa wiljW.VJIS1State -- *l* :.' *" -- ;Luckie iruled that.Jackson -

was being held,by Patrolman G. I 'had"made sr-n$< ik>sitfverbr.clear' ...
i... Bradley for,an accident which Leader TellsNAACPMeet assertion that .a recount of the
Attorney A. P. Buie asked 'T
had occurred in the 100'block on votes would change the results of
Circuit Court Judge Truman G.'
; Davis Street. The officer had Mrs. Bryan's,.election to office.
placed Bryant in the back seat.of Futch for a directed verdict of acquittal ""You will have to allege clearly'

squad car to await investigationof in the flogging case of the and with sufficient facts that if

the accident Negro ex-GI when he failed to go there had been a proper count ofthe $1'C

Investigating officers C. P. Hun to get an alleged confession from votes you would have been
' came'and COLUMBUS Ga. The Rev. elected; not Mrs. Bryan." he told
ter and P. L. Miles t
George (Georgia Boy) Altman of C. K. Steele, a leader in the Tallahassee Jackson. Mr
) while transferring Bryant from
Wildwood admitted as evidence. bus boycott, says that
who did not contest
Jackson
the Sergeant'scar. to another FAMU BEAUTIES Honda A. & M. University's beautiful "Queenand her lovely allendants ..
He remarked, "This case is a reflection Negroes must use "the techniqueof the election before the canvassing
Bryant broke and ran South'on' on my integrity. I have no violence in their heads and ward, said he was without meansof I are seen in the above photo just before entering Miami's famous Sir John Hotel to visit the Bonded \ I
f Davis St to.First St with Officer "
Collection Agency'sOrange Blossom Classic Hospitality Room.
A. Jones in pursuitThe sworn testimony from witnesseswho ballots in their hands" to obtain determining the facts. He was
have come to this stand sufficient justice in the South. told he might ask to see the bal-
man fled west on First St to make a prime facie case' He told the closing session ofthe ots. Observers however said '

to the rear of buildings on westside j,against these men. 1956 Georgia conference df the such could not be done without a Jackie Sold Over Dice Game -
of Davis St He stopped in i Fight
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the rear of 1102 Davis. Officer I "For some reason these witnesses I National Assn. for the Advance- court erder. I V
have changed their. stories. I ment df Colored People. yesterday Jackson made political history,
Jones stated he fired two shots in
cannot help it" that: when he defeated Mrs. Sarah:

the the air.right The third leg. shot hit Bryantin Judge Futch ruled that the state "Guns are powerful, money is Bryan in tthte May primaries for! To Giants Brings Death To Jaxon

It is reported that Bryant attempted ailed< to present sufficient evidence effective, but there is nothing the the post of Justice of the Peace; ;

to escape the second time' for a conviction. white politicians fear more than of District 2. Mrs. Bryan brought .

and did get away from Officer The case started late in October the ballot"He suit charging that the districts and NEW YORK Jackie Robinson A Stephens 410 bolt action shotgun silenced forever the voice of

Gilsdorf JDuval Medical Center when Woods was arrested on .a' also pledged that Negroeswill were unconsitutionally se up one of the greatest and one of ;an alleged dice shooter in the yard near the front door of a dwelling

but was recaptured some thirty drunkeness and disorderly conduct never go back to riding the was upheld. that Jacksonwas he most controversial figures in 'I house at 2124 W. 2nd Street Saturday Dec. 8.
minutes later charge and was accused by buses in Tallahassee until they Despite the fact baseball traded last Thurs- According to police records!
was
Bryant was tried and given a the townspeople of insulting, a are run "in a fair equitable and nominated by a majorityvote New York Giants. ]Robert Green Jr, 24 of 1557 W.
Duval Democratic Executive day to the Line"Al
the "Ho Color I
90-day sentence. white woman. democratic manner. ]Beaver St and Theodore Jenkins,
Committee selected Mrs.Jryan. The versatile Robinson who was
That night Woods was abducted "It took Negroes just '33 daysto '16, of 2124 W. Beaver St were
incumbent first to in the
the defeated as the Negro play
from his cell by a mob of. white put the bus company out of !hooting dice along,with a groupof Jesus' Cross
the election was swapped for30yearold V
:its nominee in general major leagues
Post persons, taken outside of town business," he said. "'It took just i other men in a yard by a fire.
Eiycilters in the revised district. lefthanded relief ;
for the post
world that Robert Green allegedly reached
and beaten 33 days to show the pitcher Dick Littlefield and an Whiles Are Told
$22 BudsTALLAHASSEE In the trial during the past we had been keeping alive a bus undisclosed amount of cash, esti- I down[ and picked up the money.It .

week seven white men Ezekial company which had not appreciation -. News CapsulesPENSACOLA mated to be in excess of $30,000.He was stated that Jenkins saidto
Aldeman. George Altman, Max for our patronage" will be 38 on Jan. 31. Green "That's my money you CLINTON Tenn. The Rev.

Bonds total- Stumborg all of Wildwood; Rob- (The. Tallahassee bus company James Poole, Jackie Robinson is regarded as !picked up," and Green replied, haul Turner, whose beating by

ling $22,000 were posted last ert Nesmith. and Leaman Lundy suspended operations for 30 days: 23, was shot and killed_when he VV ,-. wno sparked ,"It's mine now." Jenkins turned segregationists resulted in closing
Thursday by the Negro Inter- both of Belleview; Doyle PPlk of but resumed service after a nde- grabbed a shotgun by the barrel the great competitor Dodgers to six 'and walked toward his front door Clinton High School told his con-
Civic Council and 21 of its car Marion County and Keith Sandsof the-bus campaign by white citizens to bludgeon Clem Baker, 79yearold the Brooklyn pen- looking back, and saw Green following gregation last Sunday "there is no
and world championship -
nants
one
pool operators pending higher Jacksonville were on trial for Many Negroes are also riding jreacher who had befriended in 10 him with an open knife in color line around the cross. of
court rulings on their conviction false imprisonment and aggravated the buses now.) I him years.It his right hand. Jenkins allegedlywent Jesus.
for operating a,transportation system assault Turning to the role played by Deputy Sheriffs Charlie Cheese was the biggest bombshell to in the hj>use to the bedroom Tie Rev. Mr. Turner criticized
without a franchise. white and Charles Benboo reportedthat hit Brooklyn since 1948 when Leo where he picked up his shotgun. recent mob action here which has
Even witnesses were he said "the
though the NAACP : occured last
incident take
the Durocher left the Bums to
bonds resulted in 16 arrests'by federal
The were posted shortly Jenkins returned to the front
defend-
able to place five of the man has the police force, the legal night in Baker's home. From the
Monday Giant
. before the deadline'set by Municipal over as manager. door and shot Green time in :authorities. ;
ants at the scene of the floggingand force. The Negro has only the minister related to officials one
The it the
} Judge John A. Rudd and defendant the'white wantsto Giant fan standpoint was the chest When police arrived, "Where anarchy prevails" he
reported seeing a NAACP and man that he met Poole in Mobile a tremendous shock since Sal
appeals were filed in Leon County strike "at" the victim not one destroy that The Southern politicians week ago and volunteered to most The Barber" Maglie joined the"hated" Green was lying dead on.his back, said "no one has any. freedom

Circuit Court .4 7 testified to actually seeing eitherof fear it,: else why would befriend him "in order to makea last left arm on his stomach, right arm whatsoever.
Judge Rudd V set an 11 a. m.'. the defendants land a blow and they try outlaw it?" better man of the young Negro." Brooklyns season. stretched out to side with open "Here in Clinton we are not

deadline after granting an extension -! witnesses testified to seeing blows': The. victim, however began Buzzy Bavasi, vice president of knife in his hand according to against segregation or against integration -
from last Tuesday. land on Woods but none admitted' drinking heavily and at*times the Dodgers said it was with the report given by the investigating ." the pastor said. "Butwe

The $1,000 bonds*were double recognizing the wielder of the Jax Man Loses His Arm cursed Baker in'- the- presence ofhis "great regret" that the National officers. are positively against the disintegration -
each League, gave up RObinson of our body politic.
fines
the $500 imposed on blows. family. champs The investigation was made by i
defendant One was posted in cash Poole but that "we need some lefthanded He cited several biblical passages -
One witness. Toomy Gene Wil- In Laundry WringerA The night of the incident Sgts. Parker and Barber. The deceased J
and the others signed by property liams, 17, of Wildwood. told how reported to ha showed up aBaker's pitching help and we must was taken to the County in urging a peaceful accept-
owners. home using profane and start making room for our younger Hillman-Pratt ambu- ance of authority among them
'Judge Rudd had sentences of he sat jn a truck and watched laundry worker lost his right abusive language ,and Baker talent" Morgue by one from St Paul's Epistle to the

60 days in jail as alternatives to Woods taken ,from the jail and' arm last Saturday when .it caught struck him with his fist. Poole Gianti! Happy :lance. Romans t every person be sub-

payment of the fines: then followed the crowd to the in a wringer at which he was then snatched up a shotgun which The Giants, wno finished in ject to the government authority
When asked what happened -
woods.
The defendants were found ,working. was standing in the corner of the last and des- of the trade stunned him but he for there is no authority except .
season
sixth
guilty of operatitng an illegal in the woods, he, casually replied -I Rogers Redding 31, of 1715% room, grasped it by the barrel and place need assistance at many vowed he will try to help "make from God.

transportation system during*the "They were ,just beating a Florida Avenue suffered the injury :swung at Baker. He missed and perately positions, were elated over the ac the Giants pennant contenders." The minister was attacked last
Tallahassee bus boycott The Negro. while working at the New the stock hit the wall dischargingthe Jackie declared "it just kind ofhits Tuesday by a half dozen white

council spearheaded the. boycottas ] Another'witness, Norman Selley York. Laundry at 400 East For gun which sent its full charge quisition.Manager Bill Rigney said he you. But it's just part ot the persons including ,one woman.,

a protest against segregated student at the University .of syth Street. His arm was cut off into Poole's right side Baker de- planned to use Robinson at first game." The greying tempestuous after he had escorted six Negro V
Florida testified that he saw one just below he elbow as a resultof clared. to the schooL had '
1 to the first students They
seating and sponsored car pools base next season to fill the gap star who in 1947 became : 4
get Negroes back and forth to of the defendants"questioning the the accident Poole died in Escambia General created when Bill White I Negro ever to play in the majors stayed away because of what they
Negro on the ground" and saw Redding was treated at Duval Hospital and no charge was young intimidation.' ; .
pool brought him termed by-f-white
work. Rudd held that.the car inducted into the Army re- when Branch Rickey ..
said he and then trans placed against Baker pending further was
someone hit Woods, but Medical Center added
: pupils.
competed with licensed transpor- cently. up to the Dodger varsity
tation systems. could not recognize who it was. fared to Brewster Hospital investigation. .







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FLORIDA NEWS STAR., I & POLITICS: AS USUAL.

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.UsJ.e4 by Tfce Florida Star PabUtkfoa Co.
BY ERIC O. SIMPSON
Ms li.g Address:.
P. O. Bm 561, Jacksonville 1, Florida Local Negro press and communications personnel are joining
-423 Bread Street, Jacksonville, Florida Phone tight 4-3773 national Negro and communications experts in their endeavor to

Erie 0. SMMB.O. ....... ................ .._.........._...................._.............. Editor present accurate and unbiased reports on incidents and situations
.Lraice GateyartfCrParhace ....... ...... .. ., .. Maogiag Editor affecting the Negro
JeluiseaArtamaa :.. .,::.:.:. .. .:...:.: .:::.::.:::.: ::......_. ... Hews Staff In this- connection r .
RkfcaraseB ............... ... .. ................. .... .... Circalatio Dept. "" .'
"Poli gro's climb toward full citizenship -

.;;",-.,. Member of Associated Negro Press tics As Usual" hostile whites in the South
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is.happy to struck a severe blow to civil
SUBSCRIPTION RATES -
OM Year, $5.00; Half Year, $3.00 Three Moaths '1.10 re4 note that Huntington -... rights by outlawing the NAACP s'
Mailed Te You, Anywhere !I. the Uaited State Libraryand in Texas Louisiana and Alabama
SabscrtptioM Payable (U Aavaace.. Seed Checks or Meaty Orders T.: ;'. Division of
On the credit side of the civil
FLORIDA STAR P. 0. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA Technology of
f "' ? rights ledger, perhaps the most
Hampton Institute s dramatic incident on Negro prog-
Hampton, [ ress occurred last March when the

Like ziii- Va.. is continu- San Antonio (Texas) city council,
Democracy CharityBoginsAtilomo 4 ing its TV ser- :
ordinance
unanimously passed an
,fir r
; [;Sg ______ ies over Station forbidding segregation in all public -
? ; II Cb. WVEC-TV (15). facilities.
"The Division Simpsonof
"Among other advances recorded -
a a a e /c-- Technology" TV series presented -
'Sr I7Pw7 ____ were: The U. S. Supreme Court
under its general theme of The
,
wiped out bus segregation in the
House We Live In Dec. 5 at 5
on
The American people have long demonstrated that they MESGOINGTOATTACK TOG E South; Texas Democrats broughtits
p. m., Isaiah B. Perry of the Engi- "
are a most sympathetic and charitable people And evi- us! first Negro delegate (and: the
STRRMUOTY BI neering Dept. discussed Draftingas
dence of their charitableness can be seen throughout Europe NIM first from the South) to the
a Fundamental Tool of the
and other foreign countries to which we have sent aid. party's National Convention in
Engineer.On .
A current gesture American charitableness is the aid Chicago; When the CIO and AFL
being offered to the. war-dazed Hungarians who are being 'fns r. NAEN Wednesday, Dec. 12, Ran- merged, two Negroes were appointed -
driven out of their homes. President Eisenhower has disre- dolph T. Byrd, Assistant in Draft- as vice-presidents; Assist-

garded the Immigration Act and' lifted the quota on immi- ..... ing and Engineering considered ant Secretary of Labor, J. Ernest
grants to admit some 5,000 Hungarians in the United States % ,- : Technical Drafting as a Basic Tool Wilkins. was elected president of

Appeals are being made over radio and television programs '. -_. "' -;... of the Architect, Structural Engi- the Methodists Judicial Council,

and from the pulpits of churches throughout the coun-. ,, .,-;. ;!;;..,;:J.- ,. .. neer and Building Tradesman.The the highest post a layman can
try for money and clothing to aid the refugees. --, series will be resumed after hold; Negro entertainers and ath-
: .
Even on the local front we note that the Jacksonville '/ ... ..... !:""'- the Christmas vacation. letes were sent overseas by our

University is offering a scholarship to refugee Hungarian -, : .-..-. ..,.- .J"" '9'-,. ,-,__ From another section of the state department on goodwill
seeking education. country wenote that one of the tours; and U. S. Air Force Major
We certainly sympathize with, the Hungarians and we ""They Are America's Two Weapons To Do the Job leading Negro magazines. Ebony Oscar J. Chapman, former presi-

think that if ever there was a nation of people who need help, which makes an annual coverageof dent of Delaware State College,
the Hungarians do. firmation that all will end well Negro progress, is featuring the was appointed deputy director of

However, these charitable gestures that the white American and that you' have no lack of report in its January issue. the propulsion research unit at

people make to.people of foreign countries seem utterly Your Weekly staunch supporters is provided In the special news report from the huge Chanute Field in Illi
insincere when we consider that their fellow Negro citizens during this period. Chicago Johnson Publicationshad nois."

who have sweat and.died to build and protect this countryare GuMe 7111001269545. this to say: With a continuation of reports

denied the rights .of citizenship and made to undergo Horoscope "As in previous years, school like the ones above and with
similar tortures in the United States. SCORPIO integration was the best yardstickby similar work being done by news
Yes, the Hungarian people are in'an awful dilemma WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR Born Oct. 24 ihru. NOT..22 which to measure Negro prog- ;reporters radio announcers, and

bat how ironic it is for America to send airlifts to rescue the BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Efficiency wins the merit ress in 1956. Regrettably, figures librarians throughout the country,
Hungarians from the Russians when there is need for a Freedom award. Recognition in the form of showed that the classroom desegregation we see no reason why the public
Train to rescue women and children from Clinton, Tenn., By PABLO, The ASTROLOGERARIES advancement, a high post, honorsor which moved at a gallopin should not be well informed.

who are being mobbed, beaten and stoned because they daredto monetary compensation is indi- 1955 had slowed to a trot a Yours truly is dedicating himself

Mad their children to a school ordered non-segregated bya the breaks seem bad. There 'are cated during this period. Even so, year later. and his staff to the task of better

ruling of the United States Supreme Court. Born March 21 thru April 19 wonderful aspects for agreements, let no one push in on your generosity "In November, 1956, roughly news coverage.
Surely the Hungarian refugees deserve an opportunity to or exploit kindness.
your
Everything happens at once. advancement, family prosperity, 320,000 Negroes were attending
secure jobs But what about Negro men and women who The rapid succession of exciting alliances and a rise in the esteem Your sign suggests that you rely mixed schools the South. How-

are being denied equal job opportunities because of their race? events and problems, may make of those around you. You must exclusively on your instincts in ever, a breakdown of the figures Veterans! Corner
It.is certainly a fine gesture on the part of Jacksonville this week a' hectic one. See to it expect some envy and competi- connection with buying selling show that fewer than 65,000 of
University to offer a scholarship to a Hungarian. but how that you have everything workedout tion. and possessions. In the event that these entered mixed schools in Q. My three-year deadline for
inconsistent it is for the JU and other universities to
hopes and aspirations are
open and under control Accept 260331497606.LEO your 1956. Furthermore, an estimated starting Korean GI training will
their doors to Hungarian refugees while they are busy barring without below not fully realized it may be be-
nothing probing deep 2,400,000 Negroes still are attend- come in about six months. How-
their doors to keep Negro youths out of their institutions! the surface for motivations ofa cause you are responding insteadto ing completely segregated schools ever. I recently' enlisted in the

_Oar American foreign policy which twenty years ago financial nature. These days are the negative influence. Your and five states (Alabama Florida, armed forces and I will be on ac-
embarked upon a program aiding every foreign country at Born July ,23 ihru Aug. 23 sign urges that you allow your
excellent for alliances, long-range Georgia, Mississippi and South tire duty when that date comet
the expense of the American people-white-and Negro-has projects, existing enterprises and Boldness and enthusiasm capture faith in yourself to remain su- Carolina)"do not admit Negroes to around. Will I be able to start my
taken unusual and whether it has done the laurels. As
on proportions long as
you preme.
ad- white
personal development or public schools at all. training after I get out of service?
any good remains a moot question. are fully in control of your emotions D-PO-99-17-74-695.
vances. Your sign calls for economic "Not content to resist the Ne- A. No. Under the law a veteran
This American big-heartedness to say the least, is looked collaboration rather than ,you can enjoy the highlights must begin Korean GI training
upon with some askance by the very people who pre recipientsof contention. provided by the opportunitiesgiven. SAGITTARIUS within three years from the date
American aid LEX the first Intuition blesses those who Born Nov. 23 thru Dec. 21
foreign peoples. place they 3-40-55 12-79-342. to fill the shoes for which you of his first discharge. The law has
recognize that Americans are only giving away their: moneyin are fully aware of their short- Learn from the past. Meanwhile have been preparing yourself.The not made any exceptions for vet-

a spirit of vanity to win friendship while gloating over TAURUS comings and who are, willing to live today and plan for the unusual in work procedures industrial erans in service on their deadline
their riches. Born April 20 Thru Mar 20 accept the guidance of higher future. Your sign discloses that management and admin- dates.
In ,the second place our foreign neighbors look upon The tempo speeds up. Call on forces. But, if you reject the I love in your heart, ambition and istration should'be refIectted in a
American aid with some distrust because they are aware that chance and decide to take risks
your better self and good practicalsense ,a serious purpose will build a sure well-filled pocketbook as well as
while Americans are preaching democracy and dispensing aid to ensure the favorable development regardless of contrary indications, I and safe path to a future way of increased and prestige.
power
in foreign countries, there are thirteen million Negro American of your true aims as influences can'bring monetary or 'life that is enlightening, ideal and ACHING MUSCLES
citizens many'of whom are in need of aid in the way of well as the favorable outcome romantic complications. Let the I uplifting. This period calls for Your sign indicates that friendly sari, .
Rliv of tired,
ptift ehing
better homes, clothing, equal job opportunities and are being predicted by your sign. An ener- higher ideals and good judgment caution in business and official financial backing and teamwork CM! with! 8TANBACK.tablets! or p.wd HMM..m

denied the privileges to which they are entitled as citizensin getic spirit demonstrates that induced by your,sign prevail, and dealings while you accept the opportunity will help you to obtain your desires rUf.TANBACK..Mea.Mta..the fact STAN to kri BACK.t cmfcrtb formuUewnUfiM *
a democratic country.Yes earnest and gainful end avorsbring' all will be welL to add to your circle of and ambitious objectives. MVM..| pracriptioa typ Mf .
the Hungarians need help, but it strikes us that when security whereas specula- I 677601565721.: friends and list of high aspira- 1-77-80-13-72-598. rdint f., fast r.li.*.f .*}.. -
America starts spreading charity and democracy all over the tion or unwise attachments invoke tions Your spirit suggests that
world it would be well to 'remember that likeCharity VIRGO
Democracy, monetary setbacks. Attractive of- devotion to charitable and noble
begins at home. fers indicate excellent openingsfor Born Aug. 24 ihru SepL 23 causes is far more elevating and

the future exploitation of your Self-confidence gathers strength. -self-satisfying than ostentationand
talents with resulting economic Sound judgment advises put social climbing.
AlicneyBrowaell'sMovels PracticalReprinted :stability. Sound thinking suggests ting an end to indecision and to 5-70-63-19-72-221.

that you may require assistance start having faith in your own

( from The Atlanta Daily World) from others to get your projects inner powers. A spiritual view CAPRICORNBorn

The United StateS-Attorney GeneralTias made a logical :safely over the obstacles. provides divine guidance which Dee. 22 ihru Jan. 19. 4'

and practical move in calling a conference: of U. S. Attorneysto you should use unselfishly.Divine Rewards do not come sing.
get at the bus issue. GEMINI guidance warnsagainst acceptingfalse Regardless of whether the rest of

The fact that the United States Supreme Court has ruled Born May' 21 thru June 21 doctrines or the use of forceto the world takes a different viewor
segregation on intrastate buses and public carriers is unconstitutional achieve personal aims. Revenues position follow your instinc- ___
,, still fails to convince some officials"of its legality. Follow the march of events. may be increased through tive feelings in connection with
The fact is, persons, corporations or local governments that 'This period will induce the mental housing buying or selling pro- investments expenditures profit

abet bus segregation in any way are "equally guilty" with I clarity and a favorable climate for jects. making property and other inter-
their actions constituting "a crime against the United States. :social, cooperative domestic and As long as you avoid the pitfallof ests of vital as well as future im-
While some public officials contend that the ruling in I money-making projects. Should trying to get more than you are portance. Your insight is safe in'
November was restricted to Montgomery, Ala it was clear :you try to precipitate matters entitled to, faith will see to it that confirming.that you will be serving
that it complied to all states where segregation? is still in :against the force of circumstances happiness and joy will be yours. yourself well when you do

practice.Consequently. I or the wishes of close associates 588701367417.LIBRA not lose faith in yourself. Your

Attorney General Herbert Brownell is :'your sign shows problems of a sign points out the danger of becoming > -

calling a conference of U. S. Attorneys from 14 states to consider I controversial pecuniary and emotional influenced by wishfulness,
nature. Your sign denotes Born Sept. 24 ihru Oct. 23 unbridled ambition the
ways to bring an end to segregation on all public or pres-
carriers.He good, fortune and opportunities in Do not limit yourself. An inner sures of people or groups. The

said laws in these 14 states, upholding segregation, the fields of romance, creativenessand spirit counsels seeking enlightenment soundness of your own basic phil
"must be regarded as a dead letter" and their purpose of i conventional relationships. from your'mate, friends or osophies and instincts is again

meeting is to find ways to secure observance the United 4-50- -18-63-121. professional advisors. If you per- emphasized.
States Constitution. mit your doubts or lack of confidence 760-55-14-83-317,

Segregation signs on buses are now the ignomious sym CANCER to prevail your sign suggests
bols of dead law.The United States Supreme Court last Tues- Born June 22 thru July 22 that you will be doing your AQUARIUSBorn Features
day made another corpse of racial laws in upholding a special Ambition leads to success. Control self disservice. You should haveno Jan. 20 ihru Feb. 18

court decision which: outlawed segregation laws in Mont your mental as well as verbal reason to question your abilityto Excitement rises to fever pitch. 1400 WRHC 1400
gomery and Alabama in the area of human transportation.This reactions when annoyed by delays master obstacles or to feel that Continue to collaborate with all

newspaper believes that as good citizens and respon- vexations or people while luck is letting' you down. Con- the willing people that can be

sible leaders our public officials will respect and uphold the 1955 foundin your public and home KEN KNIGHTPresenting
GETYOUR HOROSCOPE FOR
new interpretation of the law despite their personal feelings. environment as' this will ensure

Society has been steadily moving away from old patterns and Use this! c..p._. Learn More about r..n.lf. Sol 10 seats (ea. die.ba results that measure up to your
stagnant customs. A nw flow of goodwill and understanding com) for each h.rosop..rdend"' by MaiL laclaie Mil ed4reu.d, expectations. Problems arise in
stew ....10... Write plainly. Tab. offs .*.. oat apply. to mldeett
has been showing itsvlf throughout the United States. of the dominion .f c..... connection with the monetary KNIGHT TRAIN
in human violate the is practiced.You .
Wasteful when
practices transportation - r car angles neglect
free enterprise system._Such practices shocked the moralityof I r PABLO, FLORIDA STAR ASTKOLOCf I have some excellent pros- 8-9 P.M. 12-1 Nightly
decent men and sucked away the vitality of 14th Amend- P. O. .BOX 561JACKSONYiLLI pects of getting others to share

ment of the United States Constitution_American democracyis I I. FLA I the burdens with you. Just put SWEET CHARIOT
bolstered through the weeding out of these nuisance laws. aside your inclinations to do -

Certainly common sense must be used by all in adjustingto IH- things strictly on your own. 9:30 to 10.30 Monday Thru Friday
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the new situation. But all should recognize the revampedlaw .. I II. 440661886391.PISCES .

and respect everyone's right to enjoy it. This is the kind '
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of sense good citizens will use, we believe. We take it as bad I. City, :'< 'State I '

counsel: for anyone.to suggest that the citizen array his per- Date .l CJtfi. Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 10:3012'' Monday Thru Saturday
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:.-- Moit. rief Ne>*tJfowrk, Owb- -. 1- Omegas To Celebrate 43rd Conclave


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: PARK P-TA sPO.SOBS'SILVER TEA 1;;' ''',.'", p t' 1, Ir ti..p ".."" '.:"h..y : 43rd Grand Conclave of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity will
4-' be held in Baltimore December 27th through 30th. The
Maryland,
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Mrs. M. Throadcraft resident of lh, Forest Park! P-TA. announces
theme for the four day meeting is "Wanted:Techniques for Strength-
plans for a sUretjlea to be held Sunday December 16. in ;
ening and Furthering our Democratic and Christian Heritage."
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the school auditorium. The\>ublie is invited to at1 ad. ? t ..
#r 4 The three living Founders, Dr.
Frank J. Coleman, Dr. Oscar A. 28th; Formal Dance, Interfrater-
LUCKY SMEET. Cooper, and Bishop Edgar A. nah Council Saturday December29th
The'Lucky Sixteen Sewing"and Saving Circle met last
Thursdayin Love, will be honored at a Founders at the Monroe Colesseum.
the home of Mrs Inez Johnson, 1813 Illinois Street. Mrs. Fannie: Banquet scheduled for Saturday Fifteen hundred Omegas are

Robinson, president of the group.5., presided. over the meeting December 29th at the Fifth expected to converge on Balti-

43'04 v,.dl. r'h. Regimental Armory.The more for the-meeting. Judge Linwood -
YULETIDE TEA IN CENTRAL CM: SUNDAY
( Conclave Headquarters will
Koger is the Grand Marshal
A Yuletide Tea will be held'' Sunday, in Central CMC Church
be located the State
on Morgan
aw Sunday,December 16. beginning at 3:30! p. nu in the church audi College Speakers for the
campus. the Basileus! of Pi Omega Host
torium. The Religious Education Committee,.'sponsor of the, tea,. is meeting wil(-include addresses by Chapter.

planning program in connection 'with the-ereni and states,that it Dr._ W T. Gibbs, President of A.

wUllutw., Christmas Carols and other seasonal acti fns. &: 'T. College-"How to Improve
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Cookman Band
: Relation Between the College andFraternity" Parents
.HERHING-TEHRY WED IN HOME CEREMONYMiss ," t. :
'>' ; Dr. Walter N. Ridley,
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Audrey Herring.and Roy Terry Jr.were united in marriage Professor of Psychology, Virginia Sponsor Calendar Tea

recently in the home of the bride's parents, Rev. and Mrs.G, W. ,. ',' State College-"Manners and Morals -

Herring of XNeaL The Rev. :Mr. D. V. Singletary' officiated.. -- in Fraternities"; Dr. James Program To Feature
Miss Carol Richo served as bridesmaid and William Davis was Nabrit, Secretary of Howard University Christmas CarolsA

best man. Little Anna Jane Baker, niece of the bride, was ring bearer. ,.' '. -The Northern Viewpoint "Calendar Tea" 'will be heldat
.. Included the list Mr.and Mrs. Sinclair.Sams Miss Darnell-Cookman School
lz\ .guest wen j '} y''f'f:.;:]:' on Integration"; and Attorney Sun-
Elizabeth Sams Mrs.. Eddie Jacobs Mr and Carl Mitchell and -< I day afternoon December
Mn. i a' tr.x : ots : 'a, :Y>: ,: Fred Gray, Civil Rights Counselor 16, from
Mr. ,and Mrs. J. Owens. ti. of Montgomery Ala.-The 4 to 6 o'clock in the school audi-
.. $ k. ', .
torium.
..> Southern Viewpoint on Integra
DAHLIA GARDEN CIRCLE tion." The tea is being sponsored by

Mrs..Gladys'Vaught gave. a wonderful d.lisryofa short'story ,:, Bishop Love of the Methodist the Damell-Cookman Band Par-
on "The.Birth of Christ" at a meeting of the Dahlia.Garden Circle ... g. Episcopal Church will address the! ents Club and will feature a musical .
last Thursday. The meeting was held In th.home'of?Mrs Alexina I closing session on the subject of t program. Selections will be

Johnson 1424 West 15th Street and Mrs.Azalee Royal was co-hostess. h' .i"Ritual and the Friendship of t rendered by the Cookman Band,
Christmas gifts were exchanged among .the members. : Omega." the Violin Orchestra and the pre-
., 'l Band
i Highlighting the Social AffairsA I Group.
.' LADIES ,AUXILIARY ELECTS OFFICERS A unique feature of the
j i- formal dance by Delta Sigma L pro
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks'met ,. x. Theta, Thursday December 27th;; gram will be a selection of Christmas
Thursday in the home of,Mr. and Mrs. James Smith,. 1199,West'10th I Mardi Gras, Friday, December Carols done on descants by a
Street and elected officers for 1957. This was the final meeting group of Cookman students.

for the year. i 1 _, : I I Friendly; Social Club The public, is invited to attend
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W Y the tea at Cookman Sunday and
J. W. MOULTRIE CLUB Visits Miami, ClassicThe support the Band Parents in their
The J. W. Moultrie Club met last Thursday In the home of Mrs. I k. effort to maintain-a good music

Rosa Lee Ragins. 1166 Kings Road. A program was presented at.the A'N Free and Friendly Social I program at the schooL

meeting featuring MissMaxine Maxwell a student at.James Weldon r ,Club went on a sightseeing tripto The band is directed by John

Johnson Junior High SchooL : Miami during the Orange Blossom Bolden.
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Classic. They toured the city
4 Miss Aretha Jones defeated Miss Pearl Chatman recently to become and attended the football game,

the 1956 champion of the Women's. Singles of the Eureka-Lavilla saying'the trip was enjoyed by LEARN TO DRIVE

Tennis Club., allA The Qvtekett The taint
special note was made of W., To 1ft,.

New Officers ElectedBy East And West Division tiL .. t- Mattie entertainment Jenkins furnished of 1344 by N.W.Mrs. AJAXDRIVING

B and P Club Scout Den MothersTo Place Miami. SCHOOLCALL
i' "" The club will sponsor other EL 4-0639
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The Business, Professional Hostess Banquet i..,':i.; :."' trips: ,in the future and is extend George Perpena
invitation interested
ing an to persons
Women's Club affiliate'' of the .....u .. ;'; :\t'..
Den Mothers of the East and 'i: in traveling to take advan- 1134 W. 5th Street
A.. L. Lewis Branch YWCA, held .. .
of
tage these trips.
West Divisions North Florida : < ;
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its election of officers at a meet- i' : <
Council, Boy Scouts of America
ing held last Monday in the homeof '
will serve as hostesses for the M k Y, ; (
Mrs. Carrie Williams, 1731
Rowe Avenue. Annual Scouters Banquet which LAY-A-WAY YOUR
will be,held in the cafetorium of
Mrs; Irma Lynch, president of the ,Matthew W. Gilbert High XMAS GIFTS NOW

the organization, presided over School Thursday, Jan. 31,1957.A .
the meeting. meeting was hold by the Den
The new officers are as follows: !' Mothers in the St. Paul AME A Complete Selection, of ,.

Mrs. Irma L. Lynch, president; Church during which tune plans Watches Rings Jewelry
Mrs. Eva Satterwhite vice president were discussed and outlined by "

; Mrs Opal Portee. secretary; the group to make the scouters sOnly

Mrs: Verdie Cruse assistant sec- affair a very enjoyable occasionfor a Small Down Payment

retary; Miss Fannie Blue, finan- all who'attend. On Charge AccountsLOCKET'S -

cial"secretary; Mrs. Beulah Harris It was agreed upon by the

treasurer; Mrs. Marvyn Jenkins group that all Den Mothers' participating : JEWELRY
business manager; Mrs. during the scouters ,
Betty Thompson, chaplain; and banquet would wear the official 4 x > vx3 720 Davis Street Phone EL 51888flNCf

Mrs. Ozzie Williams, public relations Den Mothers uniform. a LOCKET Prop.Exclusive .

director. Among leaders attending were: ,.....",
The president :stated that'com Mrs. Henrietta Howard Pack 76; I
TO POST-CHRISTMAS PARTY Members of the Moncrief Needlework Club I .
mittees will be appointed at a Mrs. Gladys Sumpter, Pack 175; HOLD are.nin J
lacer! date. Mrs; Victoria Kemp Pack 58; Mrs. I the above photos as they complete plans Jor their pott-Christmas party scheduled be held January

The group also discussed plans Rubie Kitchens Pack 49; Mrs. !.. 1957. at 1265 West 29th Street.

for holiday activities and the annual Georgia Mae Henry Pack 175| Top photo reading from left to right: (seated) Mrs C. Folson president of the club Mrs. C. Shu
installation and dinner.However Mrs.'Fannie-Mae-Jones Pack-49; I man.'Mrs. Gertrude Nairn. Mrs. Florence Rush (standing) Mrs. Rosa Benjamin. Mrs. Alice Jones Mrs.

the plans are not yet com- Mrs. Maggie Thompson Pack 49; ,!B. C. Greene and Mrs. Ethel Speed.
Mrs. J. Elizabeth; Meuse, Pack 76;
plete and will be announcedlater. Center photo. reading from left to right: (seated) Miss Bessie M. Davis. Mrs. Dorothy Blaylock.Mrs. .
Mrs,,Lucille H.Holmes,Pack 51;
I M. L. Williams Mrs. Ella Watts Mrs. Annie Houston and (standing) Mr*.-M. C. Monroe.
Mrs.Margaret P. Bryant,Pack 76; -
Mrs.Mattie Durham, Pack 76;Mr. Bottom photo, reading from I.Uto right: (seated) Mrs. Cherry Lamb,.Mrs Eularie Woods Mrs.

L. JACKSON & SOWS Grove C. Hagans and Mr. Thorn Beatrice Davis Mrs. Carrie Brown Mrs. Irene Henderson. Mrs. Ethel Carter; (standing) Mrs. Audrey

BUILDERS OF FINE HOMES ton Belcher, members of the arrangement Mlck I ns. and Mrs. Victoria Clark. .

.. lot 2 3 committee; Mr. G. A.
Will bend year a or
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bedroom block hove.N dowmpoymcot.or Mackey, District Commissionerand : ,at ChiLi... Bootory

Cosh. For inforatatioa will buy rear- .lot-. fop L. Rudd.District Scout Executive M. Miss Bettye Smith Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons' YOUTH GROUPS HELP

PHONE EL 5.1203 To Be Heard SundayIn Speaks At, Gilbert IN SEAL SALE DRIVEThe Salmoa Bolgo

New Bethel AMEMiss .Alligator! Calf tiComble.tloa'
GMT SIFFE1EIS Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons .
Learn Commercial Art, a Isaiah Blocker Junior High
member of the Isaiah Blocker
Start AitytfaM Get STANBACK; tablet* ., powdtn.f School HI.Y Boys, under the di- Also I. BlackC.blatlosi
.... Bettye Smith Edward Junior High School faculty-who is
G. I. APPROVED r. .COCO DISCOMFORTS.The rection of Jesse W. Word, execu-
STAN A C K prescription type Waters College freshman, will be well known locally, was the principal : .
AMERICAN tive secretary of the Branch
'or"ut.-is''a combination'of pain r* presented in a vocal recital Sunday speaker during the chapel
licvtng ingredient that work together YMCA and ten Girl Scouts from
SCHOOL OF ART for FASTI RCLKr ., HEADACHE. I December 16, 7:30 p. m., lathe services, at Matthew W. Gilbert .
Central Baptist Church Mrsw Myrtle
NEURALGIA... ACHING MUSCLES auditorium New Bethel
of. the week.
School
Locotio during
Now
Moved To High past
..W. to cola. *. STANBACK alo RE. Jones, leader, gave their serv-
106 EAST BAY STRMTL DUCES FEVER. SNAP BACK with Baptist Church The program was sponsored by ice to help send out ChristmasSeal
tea Floor STANBACK. Miss Smith is a voice student of the Augusta Savage Chapter of letters for the TuberculosisAssociation

Mrs. Alpha H. Moore, who will the "Y" Teensunder the supervision of DuvalCounty..
accompany her in the recital, andis of the club's sponsors, Miss s.
You Don't Have to Go to Town to Get serving with the choral class of Lauretta E.: Jenkins and Miss In a report given by the State
Edward Waters College. She is a :Irma Jackson.. Board of Health, there were 1912

member of Shiloh Baptist cl urcl1. i In addition to the address by cases of tuberculosis'year asof

LOW PRICES The recital is sponsored'by the I Mrs. Simmons the Matthew W. September, a nine month per

Junior Usher Board. I.Gilbert Glee Club sang "No Man iod. For 1955, .253 cases were re- Fit -

Is An Island" Vermetta Royster ported.

On Yew sang "Ave Maria,"and the Gilbert The increase in the number of

AcrnGMUSCLES, Band gave several selections. caSes reported this year is due to Comfort ; .' Sbo. to 12
DRUG STORE NOK Music was under the direction of the mass chest X-ray survey pro
IUne.t ooioo of Ur.&. Me. ssOiag w..-. Mrs. Doris A/ Jones and George gram.A $12.95Slightly
.MO *..CT AN BACK.taoMi or om 0mtTANBACK Sfvle I
sees fart U ftrtaotM. .wf...a. H.HUL .
Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Sfera .. ...\t..wt.tk e$TAN ACK__rto recognizable improvement in ( Higher Above Tnt
...... ....... ..... ..... ... the case finding program this year

We WiN Meet Any Prices Aireti.e awliew...set sater. ew PATRONIZE STAR ADVERTISERS FLORIDA suspicious is. in the cases speed are with being which followed the For the Softest Shoes You've Worn 1 I. ..>

In Your Local! P.prs'WOOD'S up making it possible to hospitalize Its Heydays, .
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many active cases in a
KEROSENE For Prompt the -
; few weeks after suspicious Mwy Other" Styles to Cfcooto fraaiChildren's
DDBE l 1 Delivery Call films are discovered.The .

Tuberculosis Association of ,
Ittt KINGS ROAD .t MYTTU AVfiWtPHOfttft : VICTORY FUELSERVKE. Duval County Christmas Seal : Bnotery

H. MS r.te funds supported the mass chest I

w. Bo rr- Wa Afc ""M AS ......../w.o1 Mw' X-ray survey held this ,summer. 21 WEST FORSYTH .' _;-..

PAY YOUftUGHT WATOR AW* THJHMHEWttS The Association also supports the
EL MSN free chest X-ray clinic at 4 Broadcast Shoes for Women and Children i

: At OUR' : ,Place,. which is open year

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New Bethel AME Sets Ro Rally, To Terminate In March




W.. D. GaiMi General Chairau; I Matrons'' :Council Of Day Spring Baptist, Church J( I

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The Rev. Mr. T. E. Wright, pastor of New Bethel AME Church s ..
announces the launching of a roof rally, w. D. Cannon is 'serving
as general chairman of the drive; P. J. Williams is CO Leroy Jackson is secretary; and John Woods is treasurer.

The rally win terminate in
March with the first reports
Whitelach
Rev SpeaksFor
being made January 13. Families ,

have been assessed $25 and are Special ServiceIn
to report this money at the Jan.

13th meeting. St. Matthew Sunday ,
Other ''activities of 'the church I

include the recent election of officers A special dedication service will] a
by several organizationsand be held at St. Matthew Baptist i t _.

one auxiliary The' election I Church Sunday Dec. 16, duringthe ,, 1' _

: results are as follows: regular Sunday morning worship ..

The Redfield Gospel Chorus: k _

Mrs.. Mary Jackson president; The Rev. Mr. Lester T. White- \

Robert Maxwell vice president; lach, instructor in religion at _
Mrs. Pearl Simmons, secretary; Florida Normal College, St. Aug- HOLD REGULAR MEETING The Matrons' Council of Day Spring Baptist Carrie T. Brown Mrs Emma Atkinson Mrs. Lucy Hightower and Mrs. Louis
Miss Elizabeth Morehead assistant ustineJFlorida, will be the speaker I Church are seen above at the scene of their regular meeting. The photo on the left Holley. The photo on the right shows. reading from left to right: Mrs. Tommie I
secretary; Mrs. Mary Wright, for the occasion. shows, r.ading from left to right: Mrs. Alice Johnson. Mrs. Alice Williams Mrs. Hawkins. Mrs. Sara Mae Lundy Mrs. Howie J. Carter and Mrs. Susan L. Odom.

treasurer; :Mrs. Jeanette Jordan, Music for the occasion will be

chorister; Mrs. Barbara White, furnished by the Stanto-Musi-Cho South Carolina "The Christ" To Be Presented
chaplain; Miss Dorothy Borrough of New Stanton Senior High Former Pastor And First Lady Baptist Compassionate .1

organist. School, under the direction of Convention President In James Weldon Johnson Junior High School
Of Grant Memorial AME Church
Choir No. 1 James Sharp Is Mrs. Annette Espy. ,
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Mrs. Roberta Billings, The Rev.Mf. Hill Norris, pastorof Officiate At Mt. Sinai "
president vice president.; Choir 2 also elect St. Matthew, announces also Honored With "Farewell Party"Mrs.rF. Holiness Ministers Students at James Weldon
be held Johnson Jr. High School will pre-
that an organ rally will Newly elected officers of Mt
ed Mrs.;=OUierL Williams, president
sent their annual Christmas
; and Leroy JacksonTVice during regular worship service Sinai Baptist Church, will be installed To Meet Sunday pageant "
The Compassionate Christ,
Sunday. L. Chrispin was hostess at a "Going Away Party" for the Monday, Dec. 17, 8:00
president. : p. m.
Rev. and Mrs. John W. Burroughs held last Monday evening in theA. i in the church auditorium.The In Southside Church in the school auditorium Tuesday,
Steward Board No. 2: the Rev. L. Lewis Branch YWCA Building, 532 W.8th St. The Rev. Mr. Dec. 18, at 8:00: p. m.
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T.E. Wright, chairman; Epps Central l CME Board Rev. Mr. G. Goings Daniels, ,
R Each different
Burroughs is a former pastor of Grant Memorial AME Church. year a program
of Friendship
pastor Baptis
: vice chairman W. D. The regular monthly meeting
Brown
; Mrs. Chrispin was assisted in her duties by Mrs. Alma Wiggins, is presented depicting the birth of
Sets Sunday Meeting I Church, Conway, S. C. and presi
vice chairman
Cannon, assistant ; of the Holiness Ministerial
f; Alli- Christ This
Mrs. Ethel Peak Mrs. R. M. Johnson Mrs. Venice Williams and dent of the State Convention of: year's original story .
,., G. W. Bruton,chairman of activi- Mrs. Mable Urolia. : ance is scheduled for Sunday, Dec. will be presented through the
South Carolina, will deliver the
ties; Ruth B. McMillan, treasurer; Stewardess Board No.2 of Cen- Miss Arey E. Chrispin and Mrs Mildred HiD, daughters of the installation sermon and officiate: 16, at 3:00 p. m, in the Southside combined efforts of the English
F. F. Donalson, assistant treas- tral CME Church announce a Church of God in Christ. Music and Art of the
hostess headed the receiving line,which included. Mrs. Vivienne at the Mr. Daniels is: departments
Sunday, ceremony.
for
P. J. Williams chaplain; O. meeting scheduled
urer; school direction
under the of Mrs.
Eutsay and Mrs. Eliza Walker.
F. Donalson,,secretary. 9, Dec. 16, at 4:30 p. m, in the homeof also secretary of the National, Elder J. E. Williams is host Norma Bland.
: Mrs. Myrtis Bradley, 1109 Mrs.Nancy Mae Brown was Baptist Convention pastor and announces the follow- .
The Sara McGinnis Missionary Davis Street. mistress of ceremonies for the Neal, Mrs. Georgia Jones, Mrs. Mrs. Alice Burroughs will fur- ing order of the program: Devo- Arthur' C. Madry, Principal of
,.f ,Society will meet at the church Members are expected to be program which included a brief Idabelle Ellis )frs. Bessie God nish music f>r the occasion. tion will be conducted' by Elder James Weldon Johnson, is invitingthe
Sunday, Dec 16, at 3:30: p.. m. to present. message from the Rev. Mr. Robert frey, Mrs. Annie Mae McIntosh, The Rev. Mr H. H. Robinson is Flax Howard, chaplain of the alli- public to attend the programin
make plans for the anniversary Mrs. Francis Johnson, Mrs. Rosa pastor of Mt. Sinai and is extending the auditorium Tuesday evening
H. Wilson pastor of Bethel Baptist ance and Bishop A. L. Smith, pas-
f.? celebration. Institutional Church who represented Summers, Mrs. Estella Mae New- an invitation to the public to tor of the Triumph Church of the and to attend chapel pro-. .
i, FRATERNAL NOTES the Interdenominational ton, Mr. Charles D.Brooks, Prin- attend the special service. New World will deliver the ad grams held at the school each Friday -
I., Ministerial Alliance; remarks I cipal of New Stanton High School; dress. morning at 10.30 o'clock.
i.\ Pallbearers Lodge 216 will meeton Rodell F. Roberts and Richard
from the Rev. Mr. W. R. Akery,
.r". Wednesday' 'Dec. 19th at 7:30: p.. presiding elder of the West Jack McBride. Double Service Held The alliance will hold its busi-
m, at 1082 Davis Street ness meeting in the Francis Street FOR SALE
t sonville District AME Church; re-
This will be the last meeting' marks from the Rev. Mr. B. J.. Slates For Rev. George StokesFuneral Church of God in Christ, 1329 Silver Fox Jacket
.? the year. All members are asked Williams, pastor of Mt. Olive Hi. Ararat Francis Street, Tuesday evening Excellent Condition
to come prepared to clear, books at 6:30. Officers for 1957 will be $45.00PHONE
AME ,Church; remarks from the services were held for '
: e[ sn for the year. Rev, G. W. Milleris Rev. Mr. C. J. Crosby, pastor of Sunday ActivitiesMt the late Rev. George S. Stokes, elected at this meeting and IV '*'767CHAMPION'S'

the'president.. Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church; and Saturday, Dec. 8, in the ''Clara Christmas bonuses will be paid.
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remarks from the Rev. Mr. W. C. Ararat Baptist.Church will White Mission auditorium, and on

Neal, pastor of St Thomas Baptist hold its regular services Sunday, Monday, Dec. 10, in the Friend-
Church: Other participants on ship Baptist Church in Albany,
beginning with the Sunday School
;: The LillIe Things the program were: Mrs. Pearl at 9:30 a. m. with J. L.Chatman, Ga.Rev.
Eutsay, Miss A. E. Chrispin, Mrs. I superintendent Stokes served as Bible instructor -
The departmental
presiding. Factory-To-You -
T 0 That Count Ira Washington, Mrs. F. L. Chris- I ; superintendents will in the mission for 25 .

pin, Albert Milton Charles Wig assist with the general activities. years, and also as pastor of New
gins and Mrs. W. R. Akery. Testament Church.His .
V Baptist
The Rev. Mr:,Dallas J. Graham
t. T CoiiMbss' little 4.tails. ask np tfceMMOthfaactioahg said.m. Guests attending the event are will have charge of the morning funeral was largely attended 100% Wool Flannel Pants $7.95

r' funeral service. Each of as follows: Mrs. Arzada Floyd, worship and will preach the in the mission and the follow- ALL SIZES / .
%, then. U hauled' by .1 with, particular core, Mrs. Pellis Pauline, Mrs. Eliza morning sermon. Music will be ing friends accompanied MissEartha Orion Sweaters Sleeve $4.98Men's
If Long .
for nimportHt as each oae 'may ncn I.t ia Smith, Mrs. Gussie Mims, Mrs. furnished by the lit Ararat Choir M. M. .White to Albany;

itself, cellectirelr they make the difference Eloise Davis, Mrs. Ore Johnson with Mrs. ,Hazel Gross and Mat- Ga. to attend the service there: Handkerchiefs 12-for $1.00Men's
r between senior mmdwfcfcfc .
a satisfactory consoling Mrs. Minnie Washington, Mr. and thew McCoy at the instruments.The Rev. and Mrs. D. Rhodes, DeaconJ.
r ... adds te the burd Our staff Is .
: ** B. Jackson Mrs. Arellia John-
Mrs. Severn Poulson Mrs. A. BTU will at 5:30
convene Long Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.98
trained t. assume every recpeitibility, t ast Mrs.
son, Dora Dallas and Kirin
Mrs.R. M. Johnson, Mr.
.. Wiggins, with Mrs. Emma Gillis, president,
Bghtea as muck as k..e.hr possible the Cooper.
and Mrs. C. Armstrong Mrs. UL presiding. A general discussion of
difficulties ef the family.Y .
Hill Mrs. N. M. Brown Mrs. the topic will be' held. The BTUis 125 W. Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118
Lena Brown Mrs. Louella Mc- for the adults' as well as the
Bride, Mrs. Venice Williams; Mrs. children and the president is ask- Day Spring To PresentIts
11I5'' ui Wed Fiieral lime
Y Lillie Kemp, and Mrs. Willie Mae ing for more cooperation from the Christmas

W. P. Directors West Rayborn. members in this connection. ProgramDay
; Holmes, Jr. Alphonso
Evening service will begin at RITZ THEATRETHURSDAY
Mrs..Hattie Jackson, Mrs. Mary .
Telephone PO 5-1641, Lou Jackson Charlie Wiggins,Mr. 6:30: o'clock with prayer service.At Spring Baptist Church will

2719 W. Avenue Gardens and Mrs.. Simon Nelson Mr. and 7 o'clock, the pastor will take sponsor a Christmas program. DECEMBER. 13th THRU MONDAY DECEMBER 17th i
Edgewood Magnolia charge and will preach the eve- Wednesday, Dec. 26 under the direction 1
Milton Mrs. FIRST RUN
< Mrs. Albert Maggie -
2&Hour Ambulant Service Off-Street Parking! Robinson, Mrs. Ruth Williams, ning sermon. The church choirs of Mrs. L. Martin.A "TOWARD
THE
playlet "Prodigal Son" will UNKNOWN"Also
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Mrs. Beatrice Gay, Mrs. Minnie will serve at this service also.
Mt Ararat District meetings for I be presented.: Participants in the .
Sunday are as follows: Districts 11 play are as follows: Ernest Redd
!. and 13 will meet'in:' the home of Jr, Phillip Cook, Joan Oliver, De- "FASTEST GUN ALIVE"TUESDAY :

:JUST A MINUTE PLEASE! Mrs. Beulah Green, 1017 W. 25th lores Cook Marvin Blue, Carroll DECEMBER 18th THURSDAY DECEMBER 20th
McDaniel,, Joyce Roberts, Tom-
St at 4 p.. m.; District 20 will FIRST RUN"OPPOSITE -
meet at the church at 4 p. m. mie. Hall, Kenneth Powell and
; Look At These Terrific Carrol SEX"
: BuysWERE when officers will be elected; District Brown. .
9 will meet at 4 p. m. at 1549E. Alse"BLACKBOARD-
NOW
26th St, in ,the home of Mrs.
! BALL 111% WOOL MEM'S SUITS $70.00 $51.. Dora Highsmith. Mt. Olive AME Choir JUNGLE'PATRONIZE ,

Elects New OfficersChoir

i .Imlvdmg Link Button, Two Three. 6O.004l.1D Baptist BrotherhoodTo f: "FLORIDA STAR"

No. 2 of Mt. Olive AME ADVERTISERS, '
MeetMonday
. Button Models All Sizes and Colors 50.00 36.10 'Church elected officers for the
coming year,in a recent meeting.The .

1 f.: Complete! Stock ri i; 9.95 7.35 hood The of Baptist Duval and Ministers adjacent Brother-coun- George new, president officers;are Mrs.: Mrs.PriscillaJ. Pearl $ <"'-: .

ties will meet on Monday, iDec. Wise, vice president; Mrs. Rosa ... -"" /-
17th at 11 a. m. in the Bethel Baptist .-
= Lee Byrd
SPORT SHIRTS recording secretary;
; .i. 8.95 8.35 Church. MiSs Mildred Tucker financial '

PLAIDS, STRIPES. CHECKS, : I, Sunday School lesson will be secretary; Mrs. Henrietta Williams -
;; ', > SWEATER FIT SPREAD COLLARS 7 QC C AC previewed by Rev. A.B. Coleman, treasurer, Mrs. Marie Gamble rJsNEif(

;, .\ .' IVY LEAGUES. REGULAR .3d U.wAND pastor of Shiloh' Baptist Church. assistant treasurer;; Maceo
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,". Rev. H. H. 'Robinson,' president, Kennerly, chaplain and Mrs, Elizabeth -
,. FRENCH CUFFS will deliver the annual messageas Nelson, reporter. .
'., You Must See Them to Believe It 6.95 485 order of the'dayl'Rev.: : : G. W. The group is under the direc
Miller is'the'reporter.Ministers' 4:4PWottu'S: .
tion of Mrs. Mary Betsch. 'AIST 1KUt. '

f'? dies' Dresses $2.N Toppers at $1.01 ip .HAJlI.... ; -
ip Wives Set J. "
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1 Skirts lliises at $2.. ip Hose'98$ ap Coats $35.. I Christmas 'Event Stop paia of piles MAcae taiN ., IJI

today at hooe Q'* r1OtD .
Mrs. H. H. Robinson, president AI AM p _= ;
: lovebriiltt lifEII 'CL Admiral of,, the Baptist; Ministers' Wives -or ffiORe beck! vsi4-lty ill pal 1orlar } '

WwBfcBi 9 Alliance,:will entertain friends of In doctor* tests, ajnulnr new \ :
; Din Radios Pua* instantly relleted
Rings
the organization. Monday evening; taFI&reJ and
RiMa' CREDIT CLOTHIERS "Never Any Dec. 17, at,5 o'clock. the First eztemaI relief fcdkC!Eat ; MK ice!K N f'AOAY1' ,

Corinth Church '
Baptist : lit =/ .6
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Watches Charge for Credif The occasion is the group's an- You sit.' ,;
127 w. BAY walk in carat ortl Only stainless
- nual Christmas party and Mrs. W. = .

f I i Tour Xmos Headquarters for Nationally Advertised Brands" L.:Jones.is' 'hostesx to the affair. p eZtortesls ., arsetLafo Peso G.lwoae.s .I.... : tJ!! '
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1NAACP- Adopt-A-Branch Plan Enthusiastic ,' ; I **



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West143.ciaIifl'SNewCapaigi Ctast ReIn hiiiaies Nay. ,! Y _' '..;;,.. : James Weldon Johnson. : L

f 1'II Observes "Book Week"

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I nak.., ear >, .'<"t$ CHILDREN'S BOOKSEMPHASIZED *
SAN FRANCISCO-An adopt-a-branch plan'for 1957, by which V $ :. '" -oJ,
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NAACP branches in the Far West:would "adopt" a branch in oneof, A gala assembly marked the

.the'three southern states In which the NAACP.has been banned has ending of Children's Book Weekat *

provoked such enthusiasm that the Palo Alto, Calif., branch alreadyhas James Weldon Johnson Jr. *

"adopted" the Montgomery, Ala, NAACP unit. High School recently.
The announcement was made Doris Baylock president of the

here by Franklin H. Williams, Texas, and adding. the number of JWJ Library Club,presided at the : -
NAACP regional director* members in the '"adoptedbranch assembly and read the Librarian's /Weda1a

Mr.: Williams said the Palo Alto to their 1957 membership quota. Creed.
branch's quick action to "adopt"the Membership fees for the "adopt- AFi Mrs. Alice Skinner, Librarian

Montgomery branch was ed" branch would be paid directlyto 3? at Matthew W. Gilbert High

taken even though complete plans the NAACP National Office by School, was guest speaker for the

for the adopt-a-branch idea have the Branch which "adopted" it. occasion. <

not yet to be formulated.A The NAACP West Coast region Many different Trojan" groups

( letter received at NAACP comprises California, Washington, took part in the program which

national headquarters in New Oregon,Idaho,'Nevada. ,Utah, Arizona L"y;t 'o9,(t,5,.yF'nkf,2cr pbf I ;' x consisted of devotion led by Ron- A Uj of Ut. .lpII Cap to
and Alaska. ald Gavin; music,under the direction '' these ontiUadlnx
York from the Palo Alto branch r r you
p V : 9 .r1. of Mrs. V. Jones, Mrs. L. B. {i Americans, vh auto out
'said: "We are enclosing _a check k 'C. .
canntry and our comauattT:
: Blackshear and Ernest
for $1,050 which represents would,the M. F. MARVIN DONATES ". 1 e creative dancing directed by Wyatt Mrs.; ''a better place In which to Hre.
sum the National Office *
normally: have received from CHAIR TO BREWSTER a 1Ya.. iac.wn G. Hilliard; solo by Raymond
membership dues from,the Montgomery Freeman; the occasion by :Mrs. T * *
branch this BENEFIT AFFAIR Members of the House of God Which is the Living Christ are shown in Snell; and introduction of the -
.Alabama,' Through the solicitation of SolO- the above photo at the scene or. fund-raising Tent held in the home of Mrs. XJsxia Rivers. 1260 W. speaker by Mrs. S. E. Brooks. XT

year. ) mon Jones, Sergeant-at-Arms and 14thS treat, to ben.fillhe building fund. Reading from leblo right are: Mrs. Esitlla Bonepari. Mn. El. During the week, several stories *
1957 cam-
The adopt-a-branch
chairman of the Planning Com- vania Bennett. Mrs. C, Edwards. Mrs. J. M. Larrar Mrs. Caldonia Smith. Mrs. Liuia Rivers and Mrs. were read to large, appreciative
Mr. Williams explained,
paign *
envisionsNAACP branches in the .mittee of the Brewster' Men'sClub L. D. Boss. audiences by Mrs. Waltee McRae, '
a- check for $75 was presented JWJ Librarian, and Mr. C. Len- .,. *
West Coast region "adopting" abranch : I
to Brewster Hospital to wood Lee, teacher of English. ...
in Louisiana, Alabama or TOURNAMENT SLATED SPECIAL COMMITTEE *
purchase a wheel chair. Palalkan Cleared Many new books for every sub- '

The donor of the check was Ma- ject-matter area were on display *
Long Branch Scbeel rion F. Marvin, owner of the local FOR JACKSONVILLEPlans MEETING POSTPONED in the school's library which was *

.cab,company who also has promised In Fatal Siahbiiff decorated for "Book Week" by .

Observes Special Day I additional aid to help, the are being perfected for TALLAHASSEE A scheduled Mrs. L. Littlejohn and Mrs. T. H. L*
I Brewster Men's, Club in any way the third Annual Gate City Open meeting of the NAACP probe unit Livingston.

Pearl Harbor Day was observedat he, can to foster the cause of Golf Tournament which is sche- was postponed by Henry Landof PALATKA Eddie Williamsof ':,. *
Brewster HospitaL duled to be played at Brentwood Orlando, chairman of the com- Palatka was cleared last weekof *
Long Branch Elementary Bill Russell ConsidersPro
School :last Friday,_:sponsored by _The check was presented' Municipal Golf ,Course in Febru- mittee. all blame in the fatal stabbingof *
the fourth grade class and under Solomon Jones at the club's regular ary.Many Mr.Land stated that the me ting Carey Passmore, 20, followingan Basketball Offers) BARBARA JEAN PAIGE

the general supervision of Miss business meeting last Sunday of the local golfers are would be rescheduled at a investigation of the incidentE. James Weldon Johnson .
Ruby 'Thompson. morning. In accepting the check working hard and long to get in future date that would be an- Walton' PelUcer. Sheriff of SAN FRANCISCO The great Junior High School *

Major Taft C. Cummings. speaker -Whittington, expressed his shape and give the out-of-town nounced later because several Putnam County,'said,Williams ad- All-American 6 foot 10 inches Bill .Pep happy;-COla to salute dealers Barbara are .
for the occasion, spoke of the appreciation to Mr. Marvin and golfers much competition.It is the members of the committee had mitted, stabbing Passmore in a Russell has been given offers by Jean Paige, honor student' it

courage of Done Miller, a mess congratulated Mr. Jones for his custom of those, in charge of the other engagements and could not Palatka bar, but that investigation the Harlem Globetrotters- and the in bara the is ninth a member grade.of Bar-the *

sergeant who manned jet guns work adding that wheel chairsare tournament to bring the best golfers make the scheduled meeting. showed that he acted in self- Boston Celtics play professional speech secretary chorus for and her recording class.- .
and heroicly served on the fateful among the most needed items in the nation to the city to One of the members. Rep. W. C. defense. basketball, and it is reportedthat *
at the hospitalMr. compete in the tournament which Herrell of Miami, had to be in he is seriously consideringthe *
day.Other- in- .Jones reported on plans for gives the citizens of Jacksonvillean Ocala for the Constitutional Re- State Attorney Frank G. Howatt offers. The Globetrotters reportedly -
program participants to be and Justice of the Peace C. R. ** *
cluded: Johnnie Pearl Glenn, Ida the magic-music program opportunity to see the best vision Committee. offered $30,000 a year.
assisted Pellicer
Kemp in the in-
Lou Dempsey, Catherine Jerrell, given in the auditorium of New golfers in the nation. Russell an All-American center ,I :'.r- ,:>w '
vestigation.
David Anderson, Eva :M. Bowens, Stanton High School soon and Jacksonville itself has many big at the University of San Francisco 'W
brought new ideas that were advanced recently arrived back in ,
PHILIPS RECTOR
Jerrell ST. ''
Reese Bailey, Christine name golfers who are quite cap- 1 fr: '
various principals and America from Melbourne Australia ,
David Hastings, Ethel L. Sabb by able of taking care of themselveson i:<
and members of thechoral group other interested persons to be a golf course. Those who are ANNOUNCES, SPECIAL TWO ALACHUA MEN from the .Olympic games :
considered by the club. where he helped the United States rf .
and rhythm band. preparing to compete are Charles
Jenkins is of C. A. Willis, chairman of the CHRISTMAS SERVICESChristmas ACCUSED OF SLAYING team. win the championship in *
H. W. principal Brown, a top ranking amateur, .
membership committee made a basketball.Bill 's
Long'Branch SchooL Harris winner of
George a several *
report on the membership drive events, Elwood "Homie" activities at St. Phil- GAINESVILLE County JudgeH. Miller, representing Abe

PATRONIZE. and a report from the program Banks, president of the local ips Episcopal Church will get H. McDonald has issued war- Saperstein, owner of the Globe- *

A.lvartiHrsFlorida committee was made by Calvin Amateur Golfers Guild 1956 winner underway Dec. 23, at, 11:00 a. m, rants charging Leonard Colson, 26 trotters, said: 'We've offered Billas *

Morse in the absence of the chair- of the Club Ambassador trophy with the regular church ,service.At and John Home 21, both of a starting salary more money,
Star man, Eddie Ford. 5:00 the The for instance than the mayor of
and fourth flight winner in : on same day, Gainesville, with the murder of *
last year's Gate City events. Children's Annual Christmas- Program Benton Owens of Brooksville. The any city in the U..S. gets, with
will be given. warrants issued the lone exception of New York *
I were last week.
Other golfers slated to partici- Other Yuletide activities an- where Mayor Wagner gets $40,000per BILLY XESMITH
pate are: Willie C. White, Joe nounced by Father T. Vincent Owen's body was found shortly annum." Junes Weldon Johnson

en Pauline, William Shellman, Earl Harris, rector of St.Philips, are as after midnight on the night of the Russell was reported to be Junior Sigh School
Reed, Samuel Munroe J. J. Ham- follows: fatal assault and authorities said leaning in favor of the Celtics of Billy is a member of the
Art club sergeant of arms
monds, Jimmy Burris, H. L. December 24, Christmas Eve Colson and, Home were allegedly the National Basketball Associa- of the ,-. homeroom class
Geiger, Alonzo Lewis, L. L Alex- Midnight Service beginning at involved in an altercation with tion because he doesn't go for the and community a patrol; activities leader.highlighted His-
ander and others. him. clowning of the Globetrotters. by; his membership
11:30 p. m. Christmas will be in BoY Scout Troop No.
FREE Ptw It has been said by J. E. Hutch- heralded _in_ at__ SL Philips with I TV. Rflly is a Life Scout.

ins, tournament sponsor-founder, carols and Holy Communion.
,that every golfer in the country Father Harris stated, "When1 it Beuiifal Magnolia Gardeis * -

has been extended an invitationto comes to Christmas, especially *

,play in this year's tournament. Christmas Eve, :we cannot read
the words concerning Christmas Finest Homes for Colored People *

without remembering'the melodyof
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Lincoln_. High PreparesFor ,the songs that lift up our
hearts in glad adoration of Him *
Basketball Season
who came to reveal the very na- \ LqOtl" *

f ture of God to us, to,save us from
Value $4.95 TALLAHASSEE Coach Nic our self-centered live, to restoreus rf4 :4..yM *

with Every Nims of Lincoln High School to Sonship with our Father; *

Vanitv Set -I basketball team is quite optimistic words which catch up the mean- *

1 over the prospects of his 1956-57 ing and purpose of our life: *O

team, ,with the return of high Come, let us adore Him.' May all *
scoring Leroy Fields, Garrett the members of SL Philips Join to-

Eummer, Tyrone Martinez and gether this Christmas Eve at 11:30p. ,.
.. ""' William Barnes, m. singing: '0 Come, let me PATRICIA SHIPP *

Fields, who is now a senior, adore Him, Christ The Lord.'" lames Weldon Johnson
Frei Junior High School
EAHHNCSIRACLETS was the big scoring ace of last Anotheroutstanding student -> .
,
year's team with 591 points. Coach saluted this week by .
Pepsi-Cola dealers is Patricia -
$1 Nims has shifted him from the Shipp.: honor student
DAY SPRING MEMBERSTO Per Month *
forward slot to center. Fields Is and member of the
9-3 homeroom. Her extracurricular -
6-1 and Coach Nims expects to CHEER SHUTINSRev. activities include it
and up membership in the
y } NECKLACES up build a winning combination $49.00 Student'Coundl and the *
around him. VA & FHA Financing Dramatic Club t
Mr. C. A. Weaver, pastorof *
The other team members are
Day Spring Baptist Church, has .
Sidney' Green 5-11"senior; Raymond asked his congregation to spread Two & Three Bedrooms Concrete * .* '
Dickey, 6-1 senior; Malvin
Yuletide cheer to sick and shut-in ., .
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Caswell 5-9,"junior; Hilliard Jen-
kins,6-1 junior;Robert Lynn, 5-JG making members personal by sending visits.cards and. by Block & Brick Tile Bathroom CMgratalatiaas frogs Peel --
Merit
sophomore Willie Price 5-11 Cola ta rim three
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The confined members are:Mrs. Award w..rd.
sophomore; Isaac, Henderson, 6-1
Thelma Foster, 2041 Moncrief Rd.;
John Jefferson, Sand -9, Ustta to Pepsi Merit Award
sophomore; Mrs. Olivia McGhee 1508 W,23rd Own Your Own Dream House Payments MferariMS oa Pepsi Cola .
Donald Williams 6-6 fresh
St; Mrs. Dora Smith. 941 Jefferson Actually Less Than You Pay in Rent TEEN-TIME, WRHC, 14Me
men. St.Lane; Mrs.Mamie Monroe, yaar dial, Sataraay 10-
The 1956-57 schedule is as fol 2119 Venus Ave, Apt. A; Ms. 11 A.M. '

Largest Assortment of lows: Dec. 11, Thomasville; Dec, Bennie Whitfield Brewster Hospital FEATURES 1
14, at Port St. Joe; Dec. 18,Port, ; Sam Green. 1225 E. 1st St.; y
MEN'S & LADIES' FINE WATCHES *
St Joe; Jan. 4, at Albany; Jan. 9,, James Fitch Brewster Hospital; 1.. Sanitary Sewage System

LayAways at Albany;.Jan. 10, at Pensacola;;; L. B. Hightower.;"Veterans Hospital 2. County Approved Paved Roads *

Jan. 15, Gilbert at Jacksonville;;; Lake City,,Fla.; :Mrs. Georgia '. 3. Close To Schools *
Held Jan. 17, FAMU IDgh.J'an. 18, at t Nelson, 1542 W. llth'SL; Mrs.W. 4. School and Buses
'UlXmas Quincy; Jan. 22, at Panama City;;; :M. Collier, 2825 Jupiter St; Mrs. City *
Jan. 29, at Quiacy*, Lessie Clay, 2822-Mars Stl 5. Carports with Concrete Driveways *

OPENEVERY Feb. 1, at Panama City; Feb. 5, Pre-dawn Christmas morning 6., Ample Kitchen Cabinets and ..

Middleton; Feb. 8, Gilbert a1 t: service will begin at 5 o'clock and Closet Space. -

Jacksonville; Feb.. 12, FAMUHigh I will be held in the main auditorium -

NIGHT. ; Feb. 14, at Middleton; Feb. of the church. A feature of Only a Limited Number, Left .).J

/ 19,: Stanton; Feb. 22, Stanton at t: the service will be the Christmas

Radios Luggage Silverware Rings Jacksonville and Feb. ?.Pensa- Parade. Music Win be furnished COME OUT NOW TO ..1f.

cola. by the senior choirs of the church .-

under the direction of Mrs. Ben- '!(
JlquUaFive. ell.
AUra Credit Jewelers -. HAD thone S. Davis and C. Fisher.The c.rp, 'Jj

pastor will deliver the sermon. j
817'DAVIS 'STREET Near Rite: Theatre : YourEditorial Rehearsals are scheduled for 2479 West Edgewood Phone PO 54614

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T .".. AMS TSU Chosen To PlayIn two wins.The game on Jan. 1 will
Putnam County News I : rflggit: LgyiuM Auxiliary be the tie breaking game.

'dn Bowl Game Jan. 1 Each time the two teams have

'", met crowds turned out in large

BT i; J. VREEX 1 PRAIRIE VIEW, Tex. Texas numbers to see them battle to the

eel i Ka4IaoA Sfeeet,Palate Florid Southern University has been finish, and with both teams hawing

.' Pbon Ei 5-.. '. chosen to meet Prairie View A & won two each, this year's
4; is expected to be sell-ouU
game a
'" __ -j i M College in the 29th annual
Prairie View Bowl classic Jan.
1
Last week the charming Mrs. Amy Matthews'was our guest tc
? in Houston Texas.
the sno,vies. Mrs. Matthews will return"to her home hi Washington .. PATRONIZE
This will be the fifth
D. C. on the 30th of December meetingof Florida Star
Y the two schools in the post-
This week Wt'are extending an
Miss Elouise Davis of Palatka season classic and each school has AdvertisersISI
invitation io'a.young matron who
recently became the bride of Willie
is employed by Putnam County.
Rasberry of Chicago. Rev.D. R,
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Sh* Li formerly of acksonville _
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Green officiated.,
and we have some mutual friends .wiY- 6 + ak,.P. iP.v
there Her husband"''holds a :cry -

important ,position In.' Putnam MANDARIN .
County. I am sure she knows" 1
1I
are talking about her. U she SUNDAY SCHEDULE Jk : I 1

doesn't her. good friends In Jack
FOR FIRST BAPTIST, II j
sonrille will write and let her
The First Baptist Chut'clan., ,
know. If she will contact me,9* I I
nounces the order of services for
-
will gin her two to the
passes 1 1IT
Sunday December 16, as follows: at

movies. Sunday ,School will begin at f
1j
9:30 a. m.. and will be followedby t j
Mrs. Martha' Hill spent last the regular worship service,at
week in Cross City visiting her 11 o'clock. The Rev. Mr.. Is tall 1j

sister. Robertson will be the speaker at

the morning worship. j
Mrs. Fannie OxedfnVrerarnedlast The afternoon service will beginat

week from New York City 3:00 p. m. and the Rev. Mr. ....- 1
after a very pleases Ttttt with Robert' Smith will deliver the '
"HYMN OP THE MONTH" DEMONSTRATED Members of the Tallahassee American Legion
her sister. Mrs. Oxedfat is the '
sermon.' Auxiliary are seen in the above photo-aflor-demonstrating the "Hymn of the Month. They art.,readIng i
wife of Robert Ox.... -
BTU: begins at 5:30 m, followed \ -
p- ) from left to right: (lI8tedf) M.sdain.s t Jones.Mildred Milcholl. Lu9iJ'O.e'd.'Mlss Jacquelyn

at 6:30 p. m. by consecration Own Mi;.-L. Evelyn Lyons and Mrs. Lula Turner.. (Standing) Th. Rev. Mr. James Sanders Mrs. Ludy
Mr.Oscar Hamilton Passef'sudden1y with the pastor the Rev. Mr. Hunter Mrs. Carrie Ross. Mrs. Tempi. Ford. Mrs. Ida Zanders Mrs. Emma Ford and E. T. Ford. Com-
last Saturday in GlenviHe.GIL W. M. Daniels delivering, the mandar.. : '
shortly after arriving-' there sermon.

from Palatka.Hie ." Choir:I and Usher Board 1 will
: Joseph and Margaret Bridges
serve throughout the day: Golf, Course OpenedTo
many friends of the Rev. Shirk 61 Robert St, Mayport Rd, boy

J.. P. Morris will regret to learn Negro Citizens Nov. 20r.'Prince:

that he met with an-accident last BEACHISCHOOL AFFAIR Deliveries, and Louise Wiggins; 723

Saturday. By Court Decision Court C. boy, Nov. 21.
HIGHLY
SUCCESSFUL
.;. Willie and Elizabeth Thomas,
Mr..and Mrs.'Dude' Jones.have CHARLOTTE,,,N.C.-The Cityof Bern._IK 4105 Old St. Augustine Rd, boy

as their house guest Mrs Y' men I The Jax Beach P-TA sponsored Charlotte recently lost a five Nov. 22.Emory. .

'0 Laws of Tampa. Mrs Laws Is the I a Children's Talent Night last Fri year court battle in its efforts to James E. and Willie Sheppard, and Eunice Taylor,. 1478

mother.of Mrs. Mae Young who .day evening in the school audi prevent Negro citizens from using 1514, Acton St, N. E., Atlanta Ga.. W. 16th SL, girl Nov. 21. '

resides with Mr. and Mrs. Jones. torium. the city's only golf course when a girl, Nov* 18. Hillman and Cassie Goggins, Melvin GraceAND
Children from all, grades par- Superior Court judge granted an John and Doretha Woodside,
1034 Davis SL, boy Nov.23.
The many friends of Mrs.Emma ticipated and made presentations: injunction-permanently enjoiningthe 1957 Louisiana St, boy Nov. 13.
Robinson regret to learn that she that brought an avalanche of applause Charlotte Park and Recreation Jesse Carter, 3627 Basil Road Theodore and Clyde Walker,

has been ill for the past'5 weeks. from,the audience. Impersonations Commission from excluding Ne- boy Nov 13. 806 Court IL, boy, Nov. 23..

Her.sister Mrs. Susie Clark of of Broadway television groes from the Bonnie Brae links. Jinni and Mable Pressley, 2057 Horace and Julia Scott, 735 .
'
Miami has been with her for the stars by 'Charlie Reaves, fifth The injunction was sought on Broadway; girl, Nov 21. Orange St, girl, Nov. 21. THE DEACON

past 3 weeks. She will return to grade student student, was exceptionally behalf of 16' Negroes who were Shepherd Jefferson land Barbara Lonnie and Evelyn Brown 1049

Miami Sunday. good.. Elvis Presley, Ed refused use of the golf-course, in ,.1151 Lincoln Court So., girl, Palmetto St, girl, Nov. 23.

Sullivan, Jack Benny, and. Rochester December 1951. It was issued in Nov., 20. "J"Jasper o' L Willieand Anne Countryman GUIDING YOUR WAY

J. A. Kottase and Nottage Tern were also ,mutated almostto the more recent of, two suits in and Jane Kierce, 7234 1030 W. 24th St, girl, Nov. 18.
pie Efts held memorial services perfection.: which the validity of the Commis John St, boy, Nov. 23. James H. and Mildred Redding '

Sunday night at Bethel AME The Principal, Richard lL Cook, sion's acts was involved.In Otis and Dorothy West, 955 1235' W. 6th St, girl, Nov. 14. 10:00 10 12:00 AcaM.

Church with Dr. Alen. Harris extends his faculty members, granting the injunction Broad St. girl, Nov. 24. Fred and Arethea Nelson 1008

presiding; Mrs. Edith Hill served. Webb's Grocery Store Presidentof Superior Court Judge Susie Sharpwas W. Union St boy Nov. 15. I L 90 fo 3:00 P.M.

u'fcfistress of Ceremonies. Rev. the Jax Beach Kiwanis Club not persuaded by the fact WOBSPROGRAM Roy and Carrie Adams 723 W.

W. Miller, pastor of the ML Vernon appreciation and thanks to all that the city possibly stands to State St, boy Nov. 27. Monday thru
Presbyterian Church delivered sponsors and participants for their lose one-third of the property SCHEDULE Prince and Patsy Phillips 1528 SaturdayOVER

a very fitting sermon for assistance in making thit event a which comprises Revolution Park MONDAY-FRIDAY W. 33rd St. girl, Nov. 25.

the occasion. Dr. J. A. Long dida financial as well as entertainingsuccess. because of the decisions in the (OCTOBER SCHEDULE) John and Vivian Lewis 714

'very impressive recitation of earlier case and sustained the CMM ceosirn: Newt OB Lime St, girl, Nov. 23.
Weather
Thana to Ptis. The officers of the PTA are: E. validity of the reverter provision. 1lJ.: 7.-00 HeiYen's Road (Deacon Robert L. and Mary Edwards,

S. Bell Presidentt; Mr. L.. He}'- Judge "Sharp, however delayedthe T407:0 News Grace A): Weather 540 Everson St, boy, Nov. 21.

The Past Exa ted Rulers Council ward, Vice-president; Mr.Johnnie effective date of the injunction 73-10-: "80':13 The News Kid* Weather Hob Hudson) Willie and Eafrazia Ballard, II, WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

win- hold their last session for Brown.. Treasurer; Mrs, Mary _L. I I for 90 days to allow the city. 1:038:45 The Kid Bob Hudson) 2060 Session Lane boy, Nov. 27.

1956 in Palatka Sunday afternoon Carter, Secretary; Rev. :Mark time to acquire or regain posses *8:45S0*0- 9.-OJ News Tunic&Weenie Weather Tbae Sam and Cleo Preston Jr. 1006

with Dr. J. A. Long Chief Antler Brown Chaplain; and Mrs. Orpah sion of the property affected by 10:00-103 93-100 J News urn pin ft with Weather Johnny Sbaw Rushing St, boy Nov.24. ONLY ALL NEGRO

presiding. Loyal Daughter Ruler L. Jackson, Recording Secretary.., the reverter clauses. 103-11:00 Gospel Train No. 1 Willie and Ruth Williams 711 PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION
Mildred Scruggins of Jacksonvillewill Proceeds from the Talent Night Appearing on behalf of the Negroes 113-12:00 110-113 News Gospel A Train Weather No. 1 Market St, boy Nov. 25.

preside over the daughter I Show will be used'to make'payment throughout the litigationwere 120-12:15.eal News (Yvonne Samuel and Daisy Flood, 2299 "
rulers. After the meeting a turkey -I on the new" Baldwin' Piano Spottswood W. Robinson III 12:15.12:30 PnfeUe Daniels Service) Show Calvin St, girl, Nov. 22. 1360 ON EVERY RADIO DIAL"SIDNEY

dinner will be- -served: AU :purchased last school,term by the of Richmond Va.. Southeast Reg- 12:30-12:45 1:61:00 Job Woman's Mart World(Yvonne(Yvonne Daniels) Elmer and Julia Howard 762 -'

members are asked to be present. Parent-Teachers Association. ional Counsel of the Legal De- Daniel) N. Street Court, girl Nov. 24. 1 1m .

_fanao_' __ -liSivir___ _an/1._ '_P, TT._. TX7vViO n,,_.._ _/\f_ a.10-.*- ,13,wv News uoipei.*_2run Weather no. _z (._ueacoa

.. Charlotte. ,- Grace)
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23- 30 Gospel Train No. 2 (Deacon ,
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14 94 29 78 Alumni AssociationOf 30-1.034.00 3:03,Jnmpijs News Grace A) with Weather, BUILDING PROGRAM STARTED BY BOOKER T. WASHINGTON,

.4:004.03 News A Weather Johnny Shaw 'a.0.I..n.........I'..!..T&oAA...1,.. T..._......,......#a""U A_...,"",_:_A_.Y U&_.11". a._Wii"_,'.'_''__T a.lIl5L-1"U.__"!"_&_ .
Simi Pmt! & PsychicLOCATED ''' Bethune-Cookman 4-03-50- 5:00 53 Jnrapln News A with Weather Johnny Shaw who served five years under Dr.Washington and TAil it'tt. //t1 i* 0 1m. ./
53- under Dr.Moton.
5:10 twenty
Jompln with Johnny Shaw years mrticlei unud 6jr tkt Booktr T.
To Meet At YWCAThe S:3. glen Off
; SUNDAY SCHEDULE BOOKER WASHINGTON BIRTHPLACE, VA.,-The W IIIli.f.. Ctnttnnial Commtf
: M&EB SOUTH OF
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(OCTOBER.) name of Booker Washington is honored in America lien al a part ./ itt ,*.r-l4ls,
ST. AUGUSTINE OH U. S. H O !WAY 1 Bethune- ookman Alumni 1It 1tO. 85 News sint on A Weather and throughout the world for his great service in easing GOODWILL" BVltDINO CRUSADE -

I AT MOULTfiE. FLOH&A Club will meet Sunday December C5- 7:00 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon the racial tensions that followed the Civil War and help- .*eku4retaxumriary in be.rvaae..1_/ tiiirtfc tkt.

16, at 5:00 p.. m, at the A. L. 7073 News A Weather tn f to HritKr_ about. reconciliation betwppn.. the Nnrth. and ./ Booker T. WMgt
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LOOK TOR, TIC HAND SIGN Lewis Branch YWCA. 73- 10 Heaven's Grace) Road (Deacon the South

Members are urged to be pres- 8:00838 Oral Roberta and for his
Don't Delay Coma At Once With Your Problems. I ent at this meeting to hear reports 8:30-8:4590 8.45 Heaven's Swannalre Road Gospel singers. service in 1946 Congress authorizedthe which created the Booker T.

May Save You Tears Money and S> hdD: ?.. HERE IS from the following. committees 90-100 Bishop s.. C. Johnsen1N11:31 %& building a minting of five millionBookerT.Washington Washington National Mon-
: : Heavenly Fire Sinter Com-
YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO DO AWAY WITH ALL : 10:30-10:45 Temple of God New South ument to be maintained by
memorative
10:45-110 Ethel Davenport 1" ; to replacethe half dollars the National'Park Service.
THESE THINGS. Scholarship Committee: Peter 11:00-113 News A Weather by the,United States Treas-
South Later in the session
113-120 same ,
Heaven's Road
If you seam to carry an avil condition: that' U holding! Clayton, Mrs. Nellyvonne T. Russell 12.00-12:03: News A Weather that passed ury. In 1948 the U. S. Post The Congress appropriated
Mrs.'Edmund Matthews and 123- 10 Heaven's Road Office
Department established
you down? If your luck never seems to lust reach 1:00-143 News A Weather away with $225,000 to support a cam- _
Mrs. Vera"Davis 13- 1:15 Heaven's Road a post office on the
you? II your loved ones 'saem' to be drifting away By-Law; and Constitution Com- 1:151:30 SAA's Muter Keys slavery.The site of his birth and namedit paign to continue publiciz-
too20 Mt. Ararat Baptist Church the
ing
same program, policies,
from you? -'" If you seem to: be persecuted? If you mittee: Mrs. Gertrude Styles Nathaniel 20-X.-80 JAFCO Gospel Rene kind of "Booker Washington and
principles philosophyof
seam to ba,crossad and your anamtas:heal td be 'plotting! Davis, Mrs Adore Anderson 4 30-:... 50 40 Elder Bishop Charles R. Williams Beek Dr. 0. take Iseea service to Birthplace, Virginia." In Booker T. Washington. .
and Mrs. Alma Daniels. 50- 530 Rev. L Jordan 1953 the State of Virginia
against you? 5:3000 Heaven's Road the South and the nation
BY FOLLOWING THE SECRET INSTRUCTIONS CITeD Treasurer: ,James LJoytL SATURDAY SCHEDULE has been resumed by Sid- named the highway which Yon too.can help in this
(OCTOBER
Entertainment Committee: Mrs. 80 Sip On ) ney J. Phillips, a native of runs through the plantation GOODWILL BUILDING
the L
by who ,
knows obtain
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one csyona may MonayLeva 00- 85 News A Weather the "Booker T. Wash-' CRUSADE
Gertrude Styles Mrs. Vera Davis, Alabama, a graduate of the by purchasing
OOS-: 'IM Heaven's Road
Power Jobs.'Hoppiness, Succass Good Fortune Mrs. Lois_Hill, Mrs. Emma Feach- .70-73: News A Weather world-famous institution ington" Memorial High copies of "Up From Slav-
Everything strictly confidential' and sacrad. er and Robert HalL 73-8083 80 The News Kid A Weather(Bob Hudson) founded by Booker T. way. On April 5, 1956,the ery," and autobiography by

This' Medium does not ask you who you are: but tolls, .:t3-'8:45 The Kid Bob Hudson? ) Washington, and the leaderof Post Office Department released Booker Washington, at
auTeea1e Weenie Time
who era"! and for, what Calls ,:eo. 9-03: News A: Weather the movement to pre- 195 million Booker 50 cents each; and Carver..
you you came.
you your ':t3-1':" ampin with Johnny Shaw serve the birthplace of this T. Washington Centennial .Washington Half Dollars at
name and the name of your Friends and Enemies; Tell "MIMirdHEIDICHE 103-110 100-103 News Gospel A Train: Weather No. t great American as a national 3l postage stamps to inaugurate $1.00 each. These may be

'you how to'be'what you want to be. Are you'a""person 110-113 113-120 News Gospel A Train Weather No.,I shrine for the inspi- the year-long cele- secured by writing the

who at'times appeals to be'al cted by bad surroundings? 120 12:15 Local News (Yvonne ration of his own people bration of the 100th Anni- Booker Washington Cen-

Are you touched by evil hands? Do you fear dlaeau'lD 12:15-1230 Public Daniel Service) Show and for lovers of freedom versary of his birth.In the tennial Commission at
Ease PAINS OF HEADACHE,NEURAL- 1230-12:45 Job Mart (Yvonne Daniels) and brotherhood same month President Booker Washington Birthplace -
you give up Is"despair? Does persistest bad'.lack GIA, NEURITIS with STAN8ACK 12:4514 Woman's Daniels) World (Yvonne where. every- Eisenhower signed the bill Virginia. (Advt)

follow you? SpeBc/ Unnatural Conditions and Evil 'Is&iesces TABLETS or POWDERS STANBACK 10. 13 News A Weather C Fen....ua.":...e4ww .1.:._ ____
combines sevtral pan 1320 Train --Y-.1"1t' jUAd ILLVP'went
Gospel No. t
of. all kinds can be overcome by getting Advice rt6 m...The added electiveness Zee-: ZlS News A Weather' has progressed for --- ---.I -EXCELLENT win*-wxwcii iww.tn '"

casd AH from reliable adviser who bears a reputation of these MULTIPLE ingredients brings 23- 30 Saturday Shaw) Session, Jjnaay- more than ten years | BOOKER T. WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
Medium : faster, more complete relief, easing 10- 33 News A Weather marked by significant and : BOOKER WASHINGTON BIRTHPLACE VIRGINIA
for end This
honesty fcgrity. Wffl H.Ip"YotL anxiety and tension usuafty accom- 3os. 4:11 Saturday Session
hearted 4 es- 43 News A Weather constructive achievements.: | Gentlemen:_ I want to help in this GOODWILL BUILDING
If down worried wish to win the love _nt plea-
you are or ,
E.et 43- 50 Satnrday Session In 1945
&ff ff the Booker T. t CRUSADE. Please find enclosed $. _
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and affection" of any cetfc&t one Come sea me today. STANTe.tBACK
93 80 Saturday SessionFLORIDA Washington Birthplace { for Carver-Washington Half Dollars @ $1.00 each;
Tomorrow may be too Ia4e2 against preparation any 10HItt Memorial secured possession : copies of"Up From Slavery" @ 50f each. .
yoW*re ev.r, STAR of the 165-acre tract
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Wilder Athletic Team Runner-Up In_ A.A.U. Championships Haws Sign Hal Lear -


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FollowingRelease
mat among players and an Ambassador the North Carolina Supreme
Three' i Wei Wilder
Oampkiskips By of Good Will among the Court. By PhiladelphiaST.

fans. He now goes to Wichita, a WILT CHAMBERLAIN the

Is JLAtf. ChampiQiship ToiraamenJ t team of higher: classification. His stringbean center of the Univer- LOUIS Hal (King) Lear,

next step up will be with the sity of Kansas proved to the bas- one of the most talked about player -

parent Milwaukee Braves.TALLAHASSEE. ketball world that he is no myth ever to play collegiate basket-

During he FJorida..AAUBoxing Championships which are held 'FLORIDA is when it comes shooting baskets ball, and who was signed by the

F every'year in the Beaver Street Artna.'young boxers from all over really in there as the old slang with a basketball in a game with Philadelphia Warriors professional -
the slate of Florida bar an opportunity to show their ability to '
goes. The men of that city have Northwestern University. Kansaswon basketball team has been sign-
mix it up in the squared arena with each other and one of the major formed a six-team M b'. Basketball the game by a score of 87-69 ed by the St. Louis Hawks following -
attractions of boots, is the Wilder Athletic Club
championship League. The teams are the with Chamberlain scoring 52 of his release by the Warriors.

Boxing team that always puts on a good- show for the fight fans.. Whiz Kids Vocational Department the points. It is believed by many Lear was called one of the

In; 41-.e.last ..J.\..u .. u .:p bm a tch-_. Faculty Men. Rinky Dinks. that "Wilt the Stilt" will becomethe greatest basketball players of

es which were held in the Jack- a stuuent of New Stanton High zl Have Beans and the Blue Beards. greatest big man in basketball modern times by sports commen-

sonville Beaver Street,Arena last School was the youngest boxer t Games will be played every Monday history. tators when he was playing with

week the Wilder Club team was entere4 in the tournament. Smith I and Wednesday nights. DURING 'THE BASEBALL Temple University in Philadel-

runner-up for the Open Team was defeated by Reynoldo Graze :. HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION meeting in Jacksonville recently phia. The coach of the Hawks a

Championship.Coach of Jacksonville Navy. II Floyd Patterson has been given a the minor leagues drafted 36 players member of the National Basket-

Guinyard of the Wilder Smith got to the finals by de- great o"t'ation.by Ring Magazinein for 172750. Open classifica-! ball Association, said: "We feel

Club entered a team of ten boxers feating Tom Hull of the Fairfield I naming him "Fighter of the tion teams paid $38.000 for five! that Lear will be a big help to our
in the Athletic Club and Noren Fuller of Class AAA $48.500 for]
seven Novice division Month" which is the second, time players: team."
and three in the Open division.A Eglin Air Force Base.. The champions this honor has been given him nine players: Class AA $65.750 for

total of eighty-two bouts were in the ,open divisions received k It I' since he flattened Archie Moore 12 players and Class A $22. 00 for! PATRONIZE
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conducted" during the tournamentThe trophy awards and AAU for the title. 10. Many new faces will be seen Florida Star

1956 AAU Team Championship jackets, and boxing trunks. in various sections when the sea-
NINO VALDEZ. the 32-year-
was won by the West The next local attraction will be old Cuban son opens in 1957. AdvertisersPrevent __
heavyweight champ
;Palm Beach Air Force team with the Florida Golden Gloves Cham-
scored a technical knockout over
a 'total of 16 points. Wilder was pionships to be held in Jacksonville THE END OF,A CHEAT CAREER Mae Faggs. who holds the Dick Richardson Britain's heavy-

second with 15 points and McDill Feb. 11, 12. 13, and H at the distinction,of.being one of the greatest women athletes of all-time
weight hopeful in eight rounds.
Air Force'Base was third with 14 Beaver Street Arena. has announced her plans to retire Miss. Faggs was a member of Valdez's crushing right sent the The January Blues

points. The Wilder Club team will begin the United States women's track and field team that represented the .
22-year-old Richardson to the
Wilder entered only three boxers training for the Golden Gloves United States in the Olympic games in Melbourne Australia. She
canvas for the eight count in the After Your Christmas Parties
in the open division and all Monday Dec. 17 at the Jefferson has announced plans to hang up her spikes and take assistant track i second round.

three won championship honors. Street pool from 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. coach job alTenn. State where she will do her post-graduate work. KID
GAVILAN. former welter-
The-champions are: John Woods. The Wilder team win not enter ateam weight king continues, to follow LAYAWAY YOUR XMAS DRINKS NOWA

132 pounds; Henry Matthews. 165 in the Novice division this
pounds: and Wfllie Cannon heavy season, only boxers who are cap- UPBY the path of all great champions. SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD
SPORTING He is stilton the warpaths. His
weight. In winning these championships able of fighting in the open divi- latest opponent was Billy Lynch YOUR PURCHASE 'TIL XMAS

the three fighters sion may tryout for the team.
.of Hartford, Conn. Gavilan still
conducted themselves like real The club,will have a roster of ten Urge Selection of Decanters '
champions.John C. PARHAM JOHNSONBIG I believes he' is ,as good as they
boxers on the team.

Woods defeated Red Spahn Coach Julius Guinyard is highly DON NEWCOMBE. the I great champion he looked to be I:come.SIX NEGRO GOLFERS, were In All Popular Brands

,of Eglin Air Force Base>y a TKOin elated over the showing his team 1956 pitching sensation of the in belting Archie Moore aroundto 'jailed in Greensboro, N. C. when

the second round. It was the made.and. he wishes to openly Brooklyn Dodgers who won 27 win it. Fight fans are still
they attempted to play the
third consecutive year that Woods express his congratulations and games while losing only 7 has won looking for that secret punch on AT REGULAR PRICES -
city-owned all-white
:has won championship honors. appreciation to the team for their everything that is to be offered it Moore had developed for young course.They I
were given 30-day jail sentences
Henry Matthews won the middle- fine showing and cooperative teems. He is the winner of the Patterson. at theSILVER -
after being found guilty by an all-
weight AAU' championship by spirit in the AAU Championships. Most Valuable Player award, the WELL. WELL. WELL. Good white jury for trespassing. In I

stopping Jim KcA1pin'of Glynco Most Valuable Pitcher award and Neighbor Ben Geraghty, who handing down the sentence, Judge STAB
Navy in the second round. Matthews the Cy Young Memorial Award walked 100.1 miles right there in I
Machen Offered Bout I W.H. S. Burgwyn said: "You men
is captain of the boxing and a substantial increase in sal 'the coach's, box everytime the DBIVE-IH LIQUORS
have done race just about as
your
team and also a member of the With Jackson ary. What else could the public Braves played a game will not be "
Tommy I much harm as you could possiblydo.
Fighting Panthers football team expect a man to do? back in Jacksonville next season.
There was on rhyme, reason 5668 Avenue 'B' Phone PO 4-9192
,of Matthew M. Gilbert High. SYRACUSE N. Y. Eddie THE COTTON BOWL out in Good Neighbor Geraghty has been "
or excuse for your action. The
Willie Cannon, defeated ,Chico Machen one of the most promiSing Dallas, Texas will bring together .
t a gentleman a scholar, a diplo men have appealed the case to
Brown of West Palm Beach Air undefeated heavyweight two powerful Jims who, made
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Force Base by a unanimous_ded- fighters in the ring today, has football history during the 1956 x (

sion. Cannon was a finalist in the been offered a bout with Tommy season.. Texas Christian University .' "ti .' r ; .
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1955 AAU tournament.Joe Smith, (Hurricane) Jackson as a stepping will meet Syracuse Univer- :"'
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stone to a title match with the sity in the Cotton Bowl;with Jim '
crowned of the heavies Swink their All-American in 1955 -
newly king -
"Swlel.WWe 1 Wes: Patterson. Jim Brown. : ; :7 c ,:c '
/ Floyd against Syracuse's ; .3 ,. ,./ i'i:. ; i ':" : ." : } ,
Relief c.tiI- Billy Brown matchmaker for Swink did not make AllAmerican ;

the International Boxing Club, in 1956, but he was'the South- .. ,
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-frof h overnight said after Machen's 10-round west Conference's leading rusher Jj ; '-_ "joif' ;: ;:.' ., > ;."?' "': :
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So*...tt_SWW...-*.fa. unanimous decision over sixth with 665 yards on 157 carries. Set- ;. .' .: ';J: ..

B.If- Uv .hewlftchy when consUptton .* ranked Johnny Summerlin: "We ting this pace, he set an all-time I 1 .
sow1 MnmacM B1.CkDkuhttenets sf ,:.. -; :
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oonsUpa Uoa OOft'1IfghtoBelP8 have offered Machen a bout with record for varsity competiti.by A .
tretea sear vamacfa too. fig harsh* Jackson and we would like to put rushing 2618 in three years. :, -
ertptof MAde tram pure YegeUbl .
,pine? Bony tbwwsgh but grotto the winner of that fight in with JIM BROWN.the big gun in the J '

relief again In act xaorauv.BlaCkDraUlh'todaf.UZe looks sunny. Patterson." Syracuse backfield won fame ., fJf- '

./.Power or Orcmtete*/ va.--.** Machen did not knock Summer- when he scored 43 points in one a f'
maw .a M.. u".4o4ate :McU.tool .
CXilMEN Wh.u constipation sours I lin out for his 15th knockout but game that was the day Syracuse

lnap&cblldrWc They dicMUon.tore IU but bODe1"Syrup'.ef+.t Ears&aM.' he did keep the fight well in hand licked Cogate 617. Against Maryland ., ,

I all the way.PmRJ. Brown rushed 154 yards and 1 -
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.mss 125 against Army. He was a unanimouS : : -,#/uv
choice for the 1956 All- ,- <. .
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WATCH THIS CLOWN American ,,' "!
team. When the two '< :

teams meet Jan. l,-it will be Jim ; < i ) f
57 85-32 ;, ..:, Calved
Swink Jim Brown.
against .- .... .'
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GUS D'AMATO of .' f
manager
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QfBTXX: for OUldt help. TWI \
p. satoti tgr mat and oM.-tot eras- ,
heavyweight champion Floyd .. '
gift for CJWlli tndcr maner-task(n fAtate ; L:1': ;,f
*. Bee MV tut joa improve. Patterson says "My Boy" is readyto -. '

8- 1 take on anybody right now ; ab6e :

9 r 2 even Rocky Marciano, the retired -., ; .

7 a heavyweight who said he would I7X c .;

not come back. Whatever .fight '
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22-31-60 Patterson takes it must be to the :

best advantage for "my boy" at .t .. .
485-st-306Soentleiei GilletteBLVI the gate. }


he's .* LADISIN bout THE between POSTPONEMENT middleweight of the 'i 1 \ t Il J M 4 It's America' most preferred_whiskey taste fi'ri'I

SJ.>HI M attractsHa : DISPFKSER champion Sugar Ray Robinsonand ::: America's. most luxurious gift decanter? .Jj
Ke adds, I
.. etn6ihTIJIJID Gene Fullmer did not take -- ax t
veriu It ell ..-1 ,-I :: L
TY the fight fans by surprise so some : ,
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.Jl'p What wonderful Calvert Reserve in the !
of the fight said. It was not a rare a gift-

FOR DECEMBER 22nd thing for this'to happen, becausein ,.)t R Jewel Decanter! This year, give Calvert, one of thewoild's ; ,
29-30-06 December of 194ft:-the bout / \ F
_. I two top-selling whiskies. See your dealer
with Steve Bellobe was post- .

poned because Robinson claimed :.. now. The Jewel Decanter is in limited supply.',

injury. In July. 1850-the Champ K

MIDKrTE SPOOKATHON SAT". DIe. 15thOa wu fined $1000 by the Pennsylvania \I IQ I IX
State "DUNGEON OF DEATH"sad. Athletic Commission for '"

0. knea. "MISSING HIAD" failing to meet Jose Basora. In I /' :1/"

November 194J a New Haven ly4 .,,
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Jane W,... Gr.ca; K.If--rH SWAN""MIRACLE bout was canceled. an injured : v--- :
IN RAIN" Welter 1,..... shoulder was claimed. The fight ::1 v.
PI."MIAMIlGpSIGOODIYE MY LADY"' fans and commentators do net

doubt a doctor and a member of ,: Yesr'rosndbonb.rJ.wet'

lsnELT SIYYIEW the New York State Athletic g .{ F r i Lolid.y Decanter Rif t_tame r.Pp price., Both
Commission who said Ray was

Su. -TN" Dee. 16.11 s.._ Taeso, Dee. 16..11 really sick with a sever cold but

2 ht Roo Thrillers Jo" W.,.. .. they have known it to happen sF, L._ /
-.LUT Of HOLLOW MT.- -uE CON UER y
"CocnESHEU HElOIS- Ps BowerV; ..;; before they said. I
No. 2-"MONSTER S. APE" "CUSHING LAS VEGAS"wad. FLOYD PATTERSON the 4

Golden Glove sensation of only a i

-"11nr. Dec. 19:20 WeL .- TIt..... -- Dec 19.20 few years back is now the top _

sad Bowery 3 MUSKITIERS Boys I. -HOT ROD GfRU-- boxer: At 21 he is the youngest __ f
"CRASHIN6 LAS VEGAS"Fri. :"GIRLS IN PRISON champion to ever wear the belt. 46Kd.No

He has also been chosen as The ': finer in American tate -J
Set. Dee. il.U, FL. Set. o.c. 21.22 Boxer of the Month" by the National :
"VAHI3di1N6 AMHlc.ur MUHTAMID BREED".W '"
Association Patterson .
JJI.Nat.re "VALLEY Of HiA@HUNTERS". Boxing \.
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Eight _____ THE FLORIDA STAR Sohudo, December 15, 19U
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as the hillbillies sing, "He's In the Jailhouse Now. He was incar-: .
OTher cerated in Miami for mail fraud.
f Blocks tw. Wilt_
Chips The 13th of December marked Joe HigdOn'. thirty-second year

in business on the "Blocks." W. wish him 32 more ... On HewYeus MAID Regular Work. 5 days. For The Best Selection
nite the famous FAMU Collegians will be presented at the
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$20: 6 days. $24. Car fare and
3 BT JAY JAY DUT&I County Armory. The FAMU dance has become a sort of traditional lunch. Mrs. Brazil. EL 3-4557.
: Myrtle Avenue way, the Chicken Shack is opening under holiday affair. Plan now to Join the school boys and girls for
Fnew management: : The place features bar-b-que and short orders one more fling before they return to the Campus. Again as before MAID-General housework. Care OFrr

'as well'as complete meals Roy.Rolla will front the aggregation. Roy gave the now famous Hand for children. S days. $20 per wk.

'3t We looked in on Ludle out at "Lou's Bar-b-.que" on Fairfax and Cannonball Adderly their. first break and is.Bailed by many as and carfare. Mrs. Vaneniino.
12th. On the wall thU8.wu'an envelope with a "do not touch" gD. the peer,of CannonbalL Phone EX 85107.
Wonder white in the envelope. Oh yes the envelope bears Johnny Mrs..Mary Betsch left for New York to meet her daughter Mar-
Shaw's signature Bob Hudson finally came out of retirement.We vyne on her return Thursday from Paris.. Marvyne will remain in SETTLED PERSON -v Work
Thursday and Sunday. 10
a. m.
limped him absorbing knowledge at the Monterey Literary Club. Jacksonville until the middle of February. then will resume her
to 6 m. $10 week. Mrs. W. D.
Gloria. Anderson, popular ticket seller at the Roosevelt Theatre, studies in French. p.
Lon Ph. EV 88401. o
was the toast of'a'party consisting of Ernest Finch, Jimmy Jenkins
and H. C. "Headwaiter-Catalina" Donald. Ernest was the lucky boy; MAID Reliable. To take com
Gloria was his date .. Latest news around is that Eddie Glover and Announcing the plete charge of home and chile

Maudestine McKissack plan a trot down the aisles soon. Orchids and of dren for 5 days. References pre
luck to both- Opening ferred. Ph. EV 8-8353.
The fabulous Tappy" Reynolds spent a few days in town just
after:, the Classic. Tappy" is a local boy who is doing great in New COLE'STONSORIAL : ; MAID 9:30 a. m. to 6:30 p. m. I
York. He told us that Willie and Ken Telfair, Tony Echor and all of 5 days per week. $20 and carfare
CENTER VISIT OURTOYLAND
the other Jacksonville boys are doing fine in the "Big City. Whilehe EV 94188.

was in town Manuel"Chula Pappa" Rivera showed him the town. a Specializing in SETTLED MAID To manage ,
Ethel Spears and daughter Barbara have arrived in town. Ethel +M household. 5 days a week.-Rea
has been up North for a spell'... Zelma at Bubba's tells us that her Haircuts ,and Shaves _: sonable salary.See Mrs. Cream.
big brother. Johnny Staten will be home for Christmas. We look onrf er 915 Chaseville Rd.
for all ol the boys who can to make it In by Santa Claus time. Shoe Cleaning Service 4
"De say" that the Johnny Howards have agreed that they can't MAID-Live on premises.Week.
see eye to eye."Scoop" 3103 MYRTLE AYE. end off. $20 a week. Phone EV

Jones, wen known former newsman and a distillery Center 21st and Myrtle Avenue 43220. .
representative for the House of Seagram: is in town. "Scoop" has
MAID Live on or off premises.
.been down Miami way. He is on his way home to New Orleans to MONDAY
Phone PO 52720.
spend Christmas with his family. Herbert Jones the medical supply F. W. WOOLWORTHHOGAN
December 1 17 1956
salesman and George Ammons of Phillip Morris are two of the other ,

traveling salesman in this territory at this time. Jimmy Satterwhite, BOMBS Fer Rent .
the Winston man, finally made it in from Miami. He took the long And MONROE .

way home. Unfurnished Rooms. $5.50 including t
Laura is her serviced and is about to take off -
Wynn having car This Week's Fish Are Broughtto lights. EL 51109. ,
like a big bird headed for DeeCee, New York and other points North.

Jackie Coleman is counting; days and looking toward Baton Rouge. You By the "Yule. Tjde"-
Both young ladies are planning to spend Christmas at home.
Tuesday night the Barons installed officers at a lavish cocktail .
party;and"buffet dinner at the Beautiful Shamrock Club. The boys MEDIUM SHRIMP .........%.... .......... :........... .. lb. 59c C/PLTE/

are still talking about the hospitality the group extended and the MEDIUM. MULLET ............................_.............Ib. 20c

glamorous ladies. SPECKLED TROUT .........:.......:..........?...... ....... Ib. 49c

From all indications, the Shamrock will be the center.of manyof SPANISH MACKEREL .............::.:...'.................Ib. 19c

the Yuletide social activities. Several clubs plan to have Christmas FLOUNDER .. .. ..........._ ..........:....,.....Ib. 35c

gatherings there. For Yuletide fun, we. heartily- recommend both the BLACK SEA BASS ..............._..... ..'................ Ib. 29c
Shamrock and the Monterey.We .
: must commend Raymond Taylor for his attempts to changethe RED BASS ,Medium Size ........;.....................Ib. 39cSFO'TS

format and reputation of the old Silver Star.':Taylor is trying to '. ..................I......... ........ .Ib. 25c

offer Jaxons a real nite club. The show we saw the other night was MEDIUM DRUM .................. ..... .. ....... lb. 25c

tops. The boy Robert Grisby on piano and singing the blues is "real SMALL RED SNAPPER ............ ... .. .., .... lb. 55c

gone" He "out-Charleses" Ray Charles. Little Willie, the former Pea- SNAPPER FILLET .- .. ..............,......... lb. 59c
cock recording star, was a whiz on the harmonica along with Lucile FLORIDA LOBSTER ........ .... .. lb. 49c .;
Dennis' husky rendition of the blues. To me the top spot on the show '
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was Caldonia's rendition of "I Love the Life I Live and Live the
Life I Love." Some'sage advice,was.given by the long.time'trouper. FRESH WATER CATFISH .. ..... .. lb. 49c I
Among those digging the happenings were Alvin James and T TMthd

guest; Arthur'McMillian, Sam Golden and Eddie Deas. Algie Nevels THE SEAFOOD CENTER
i must have heard the noise and stopped by to look and stayed awhile. SAVE $ Y ,
: On the "Blocks" Red Gantt and Bo Robinson have opened up a
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*nice place reminiscent! of the Twenties." You know where you Myrtle Ave. and Adams Phone EL 4-1468 1tO'lle.a
f\u..,
used to knock and say A1 sent jne."
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For Ernestine ;Jenkins popular business woman of.Eighth.and Ge'
Davis, it's a bouncing boy. Now folks are waiting on Ada Mae Yoar 7 P : -
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.JohnSon to do likewise. ., ee
Willie "Chief" Walker is sporting new "Olds." Attorney Ernest Furniture Studios Inc. ImElYlU mJl 1'
Jackson has been driving his new Buick for a week or so. Speak ,
ing of cars we met Freddie Brown the friendly Buick salesman in
a rush trying to get his Christmas cards in the maiL 1325 Chaseville Road

This Christmas season has produced some startling things. J. D.
7ePrn4 ADAMS
BROAD at
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Jenkins and Darnell Butler are working at the Post Office. ,
Announces
Joe Higdon is all smiles because folk are buying many LP's .
That's a trade term for those long playing records. In the record rr

. department for the uniformed, that's "Jolly Jessie" who spins the FREE
sides when Ken Knight is out.- ..
We had occasion to visit Lockett's Jewelry on Davis Street We
were pleasantly surprised. The Locketts have Christmas gifts for the .
Decorating e WAREHOUSE STOCK SALE!
whole family. Stop by and see them.
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