Florida star

UFPKY National Endowment for the Humanities LSTA SLAF

Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news


Material Information

Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
December 8, 1956
Publication Date:


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

Full Text
.. ''' -

ii- f'i t.f,.

I"Do.'f I Miss TI.... Feaiims: "Your W..kly, Horoscop "Politics As Usual'I IS I I



{ cYZ.C. .




. UI.O'I. RRi8Rfr. White Man GuiltyOf

i i p:.' \' Intent To Rape'Second


-- : \ : .

.. ---IMI Cllwcil 'CO.MinieR On 'Educations

... -,-- '
". l1 Rate StadiumIs'
; s .
? : ; ;

.',.' Approved For FAMU

;J::; T:_

j, -1L1 .

< y 3

., vY x Wildwood Mobmen Plead "Only Crumbs" for FAMU

.r is Not Guilty In FloggingBUSHNELL Board. Of Control Okays

r Stadium Without LightsBY

Seven 'white men accused of taking a Negro

farmhand'from an 'unguarded Wildwood city jail and flogging him

pleaded innocent
L The proceedings before Circuit
State Board of Control last
Thursday finally approved the
Judge. ;Truman G. Futch were
.. Miamians LosehiegrationSitil construction of a makeshift $360.000 Florida A. and M. University
a'y rief. The court room had 150
stadium seating 10000. which will not be have
.. about lighted nor living
persons 30 of 'whom were
legroes., V quarters[ for visiting teams. -

.a. .,. EDWARD WATERS JCOLLEGE_--.Executive Commission2i the General Board of i ....The ,board ,members whose at-
9." F.duriHa-foci'AkE tuch,fcjsee r&?if T a "fi-nr.'' ld:wlihT rtidenl'W.: .:Stewart .PIe44ipg noeent itude has been described as pro-

'Edward,Water C&tegtTdsHng.'their,visa loathe,campus for evaluation purposes. The group is identified Altman Adelman'Geor6 and Max Stumborg'(Georgia,: all Boy bf) MIAMI A suit seeking racial I viding "only crumbs" for.the Ne- Klansmen Beat I"

as follows Beading from 1.f1'to right, (seated) Dr.Field Jackson'of Paul Quinn College.Waco.Tex. Wildwood Robert. Nesmith and I integration of Dade County gro university came in responseto

who wax invited to participate in the eTalualioa because of his exceptional training and broad experience jeaman Lundy; both of Belle- :schools was dismissed in Federal an appeal from the Leon County -

in the field of education Dr. Sherman L. Green Jr. secretary-treasurer of the Division of Educational view Doyle Polk of Marion County I Court on grounds the six Negro legislative delegation which SchoolJanllor

Institutions. General Board of Education. ANE Church; (standing) Joseph Johnson. Business and; Keith'Sands of Jackson-I complainants failed to show thata came to the meeting backed by _

Manager of Allen University. Columbia S. Cj President Stewart; and the H... Ben Kill of Tulsa Okla. ville. All are free on bonds. ".' : pupil had been barred on racial petitions from $8 senators and 47 BIRMINGHAM, Ala. Wood-

i grounds. House members urging the immediate row Johnson, a Negro school jani- '
Judge Futch denied a defense
Wbiie Hu Pleads motion to quash the charges and Judge Emett Choate dismissingthe start.Original. tor at suburban Midfield School
16 Arrested 1 JailedIn plans called for 15- said he
the cases were set for trial Dec. petition, said "declaratory a was kidnaped and beaten

10. judgments can be rendered onlyin XX seat stadium. by a group of ,white men who

I Goiliy Of -.Assail! cases of actual controversy and Rep. James S. Moody of Plant identified themselves as Ku Klux
They are charged with false im-
this courtt is not empowered to City, who was named chairman of Klansmen
Clinton School Row prisonment and aggravated as-
With Rape hleii sault on Jesse Woods, 39, a farm :renderany advisory opinions. the house appropriations committee Johnson said three white men
". aborer. "Nor can this court declare the suggested that the money not ordered him into a car in BesSemer -

rights of pther legal relations of be spent on a stadium for the Tuesday night, telling him he

CLINTON Tenn. District Federal Judge Robert L. Taylor STARKE Judge George L.'atten Woods was being held on a individuals based upon a hypo- school was under arrest.-He said he be-

I late Thursday slapped a 30-day jail sentence on a man arrested for has ordered a pre-sentence drunk and disorderly charge after thetical statement of facts." "I think it a business propo- came suspicious when they drove
said "hello there
passing out"segregation pamphlets in the courtroom during proceed- investigation of a'rape case before he alleged white school teacher. The reference to "actual con- sition," said Moody. "It's a ques- him into the woods and stopped

ings against 16 other persons accused in the Clinton racial disorders.Joe sentencing white man who a troversy" was underscored.An tion of knowing where we are instead of carrying him to jaiL

Diehl, Knox County farmer,; has pleaded guilty to assault with He said he was taken from the going." The men asked him whether he.
earlier suit brought by the
wax arrested while passing out wholesale arrests. It was he who Intent to rape a 17-year-old Negro jail and beaten on a lonely road. dismissedby Moody said he wondered if -it was working for racial integrationand
same complainants was
handbills in Judge Taylor's-court first ordered integration at Clin: girL The men turned him loose after Choate Aug. 21, who said at wouldn't be wiser "to spend $1- also if he was the "Rev.

at nearby Knoxville. He was accused ton last Jan. 4 and who issued an James Bryant 23-y" a r-old one of the group suggested that that time he wanted "a clear 000,000 at FSU and work out some King" King is a Montgomery pas-

of criminal contempt, the injunction in September against Bradford County man had pleaded they not kill him. issue" drawn in a way that there form of joint use." tor who has been active in the

17th person charged since integrated interfering with, orderly integra- not guilty to an original chargeof Woods fled to Andalusia Ala. Montgomery bus boycott there. .
could be no doubt as to the effectof FSU has a stadium which seats
Clinton High School was rape filed against him after his where an FBI agent ,found him : Johnsoq said one of the men
his ruling.Reviewing. about 18,000. A. and M. has a still '
closed: Tuesday by the disorders. tion.The Anderson County School arrest last Sept. 1, on the girl's and brought him back to Florida the evidence in the smaller one which seats only 'asked him "dq you want to makea

Judge Taylor ruled that Diehl Board backed by the Clinton complaint. where he is being held i'n Raifordfor second suit, Choate said "nowhere 4000. run for your life or stay here
distributed "this highly inflam- safe keeping. and take it?"The janitor said that
High School faculty and the student The charge was reduced to in their amended petition
matory with the wilful in- Dr. George M. Gore. presidentof :since he had seen an automatic
paper council, are attempting to "assault with intent to rape"The allegations that the
tent of hindering and .embarrassing appears any A. and M. said the $360,000 I rifle and shotgun on the floor of
get classes going again by Mon- girl claimed Bryant came defendant school board denied the the
this court" in the. Clinton which was appropriated by I the car he, said he would stay
day.R. to her home to get her to do some plaintiff admittance to such a last legislature would "give us a

integration case. .a. Crossno board chairman, laundry for him. While enroute, Old Stanton school nor do the plaintiffs allege stadium which would be usable." there.
He said he then was struck from
Two copies of the handbill were said officials had been working to his home she said he halted. that they ever applied for such
Construction has not started on Behind and knocked unconscious
given Dist. Atty. John C. Craw- "
with federal authorities toward an the car and assaulted her. admission.
ford and former Assistant Dist. the stadium up to now because and during this time. was hit on
orderly reopening on a continued Fire .
Catches -
Atty.William ELSadgett by Diehl integrated basis. there was a disagreement whetherthe the eye.
$360,000 was appropriated en- The said the
Before sentencing Diehl Judge I janitor men put
Taylor indicated he would set i Han Who Claimed News CapsulesFootprints tirely for a football field. him back in the car and drove
A fire broke out in the old Stan-
Home of Talla- him part back to Bessemer.He
trials within 10 days for the 16: Rep. Mallory way
other men and women under arrest CuMukNabbeIi ton School at Broad and Ashley Trap Firebug hassee.said he had polled incom- said the first three men were

on contempt charges. Dog Dependents Friday morning, shortly after the TALLAHASSEE Samuel ing house members, and 47 of the joined in the woods by at least
sessions convened but fortunately
In.setting bonds for the group, who 95 members in the house had "un five othen
Jordan. 76.
Case an elderly man
Judge Taylor sternly warned the Skull In New Tax WoesThe age, no was one minor.was injured and dam- has a habit of setting forest equivocably". approved immediate

defendants against returning to Fire engines arrived at the fires was caught on a charge of construction.One

Clinton and starting trouble. The search for a Jacksonville scene promptly and fire fightersgot setting a series of fires near his of the unspoken considera- NAACP Fi.'eUpheld
Federal Government Mon-
Several of those already under affair has been
gunman ended Monday with the the flames under control in Jefferson County home when tions in the whole
arrest have been identified as active arrest of Clarence Brown, 26, of day filed a new charge of income record time. footprints at the scene of the the matter cf the U. S. Supreme

members of officials of' the 912% Broad SU at Church and tax fraud against Willie King The fire which started in the fires led straight to his home. Court's striking down of segregation By Court
shipyard worker who was acquitted
White Citizens Council, a pro- Davis Streets on charges of as- last week of a similar charge auditorium which was not occupied The case was the same a year laws.Representative. _
segregation group recently estab- sault to murder. ago when he was arrested and
by students at the time com- Moody pointedout
because he named two dogs as
lished in the Clinton area. convicted on the same charge. MONTGOMERY, Ala. The
Brown whichis at Thursday's meeting that
Police had sought since dependents.The pletely ruined the curtain
.. The integration disturbances 9:30'a. m. Saturday when he is government got tougher used on the stage. Students Jordan admitted setting the fire the original request from A. and Alabama Supreme Court Thurs-
building up in recent days sincethe and. more than a dozen others day refused to review the Mont-
alleged to have shot Willie McGee this time and accused King of a evacuated the ,building from I' M. was for a gymnasiumRepresentative
acquittal here of'Kasper on during the past year. adding It gomery circuit court's action in
27. of 756 W Monroe, St. which dense clouds of smoke
felony, which could bring a maximum said he
state charge of sedition and in- Moody fine
a was cold and the woods were imposing a $100,000 contempt
The shooting occurred during an I of five in prison and gushed and no one was hurt. for
citing to riot, were climaxed Tues- years thick and needed: clearing out. wondered if another request on the NAACP.
day with the assault on the Rev. argument between the two men I. $10,000 fine. The former chargewas Asst.Fire Chief G.R. Cromartiesaid an appropriation for a gymnasiumwill Judge Walter B. Jones imposed
the victim helping a friend with the fire started when a.flood
as was a misdemeanor lighter be made to the legislature in
Paul Turner. the fine after NAACP officials
Plans Okayed Negro
out of the Broad Street light ignited the curtain. He esti-
at- move punishment.John the Spring. .
The Baptist minister was '- Addition refused to turn over their records
rooming house. L. Biggs said King for mated the damage'to the build-
tacked a few minutes after he escorted ing at $250 ana the damage to the DELAND Initial plans fora Negro observers have pointedout to state officials on presentationof
1952 claimed his long-deceased
school six Negro students McGee, suffering a serious gun- order.
to 33 bed Negro addition Vo- that the Board quibbles about a court
who had been absent from shot wound in the left chest, left mother and a dog as dependents furnishing at $500. FAMU with'ample rec- The NAACP attorneys charged
lusia Nursing Home were approved -
classes several days because of the rooming house and walked to long with omitting $388.05 net income The flare-up brought and traffic out hun- Thursday by County reation facilities despite the fact that the circuit judge made. 10
from rental he dreds of spectators was
Jefferson and State Streets wherehe -
termed "abuse" football team in the case.
what they snarled at the busy intersec- CoDUl S OI1o that A. and M.'s wasWldefeated errors
white students. saw an Estes-Krause ambu- owns. up -in play The action of the Alabama Supreme -
some, The Commission has set aside regular season
brought'an order for lance stopped for a red light. The King has been free without tion for more tHan an hour. I the best Court leaves the
The attack old Stanton school houses $75,000 in its current budget for this year and has grid- now way
closing the school indefinitely and wounded man stepped up beside haying to post bail bond since a and the Vocational : the project iron of any state-supported institution clear for the NAACP to appeal to
ambulance and asked to be complaint based on the 1952 re- the AdultSchool
was followed within a few hours the < (Continued on Page U) the U. S. Supreme Court.
by Judge Taylor's instruction for taken to Duval Medical Center. turn was filed Monday. .


-. ? !' -' "''' '' ':: : } ...-o ".. -- > T. ':;' .'. -. .,.
'4- : w-Y.- :: "r'S -
; 7' :.; : ? ,/

... P... Two Tiff FLORIDA STAR S.tardoy. Dce. rTHi I, 1916


;;j. x"r" ,

P.bhli_! .

s Mailiq Address: :1 Stores In Negro Area Should Employ More
::-t,: ;.-ter: ; ;. o. Box 561, JeduwIHe 1, florHI. f '
'.41* Braed Street J.ckso.viik'Fkrida ..... EL>i. 4-3773 Colored Sales People Or Curb TradeBY

::te ...:: .... = =: Ma 9>. Editor ERIC 0. SIMPSON
Before Jacksonville this writer received call from
: ...... .. ...:...-. .., ... News Staff leaving a
'Alto ao Ricltarel. .................., ; :......;;...._.-....... ..,. Cim"t'' Dc,f. office of the Supervisor of Registration stating the Supervisor'sstand
; in the matter of the last election which Ernest D. Jackson the
:!f Member of Associated Negro PreSs- defeated. Negro candidate claims was highly irregular.
.Jackson- who- ----

r SUBSCRIPTION RATES was meted an f are just a handful of clothing

;:t. Dee* Year, $SAO; Half Year, $3.00; Three Months. $1.80 .'unfair 'deal 4 stores employ Negro sales people.

i"- Mailed. Te You, Aaywhcre. !I. tbe United States. JsVj when the Du- --i i I There are some stores in the
S.baciiptk.s Payable Iii Adroree. Send Checks or Moa.y Orders To: ; o s val Democratic ': very heart of the Negro area that

FLORIDA STAR ,- P. O. BOX 561 JACKSONVILLE 1. FLORIDA ,. Executive Committee derive 99 percent of their trade

w r' refusedto from the colored people maintainan
}, place! his all-white sales staffs with only

the y' one Negro porter or errand boy.
name on

Answer To Big Question t ballot that declares many ...I'i 't' 't<
x4 i'May + votes cast for "\ politically, there is also a great
Remains ? ? him were not r-f: j. need for us to become aware of

counted because the need for economic security
of spellSimpson ...And our economic security lies

ing and also charges that some of in our opportunities to earn a

The entire nation today is concerned with the Civil Rights the voting machines were not good living.
issue and the many questions connected with it. Will Civil i < equipped with paper for writingin It seems to me that there oughtto
Rights. legislation be enacted during the next sesdon of his name. be first an appeal made to the

Congress?' Which party will contribute most to the progressof That matter of accepting writein operators of stores in the Negro

Civil Rights during the coming year? What point of strat- votes incorrectly spelled, I area to employ Negro sales people

egy will the NAACP use in its effort to push the Civil Rights think will be a matter for the and if that should fail to
issue m.U. courts to decide.On bring the desired results, the next
: the other hand. Mr. Mallard. step should be a united effort on

The answer to the above and many other questions do in the Registration office contends the part of Negroes to withhold

not rest with any one group or political and/or social faction,, that-the report of machines being their patronage from stores that

but will be the result of actions taken by all citizens, both for He Alway Turn a Deed-Ear To Any Such Advice"Your .out of paper is entirely erroneous refuse to employ Negro personnel.It .
and against Civil Rights. and went on to say that attendantswere seems only fair. No Negroesare

the of the Civil Rights forces was SCORPIO dispatched to check the reported employed* in the downtown
Although very core
... stores salesmen and I see no
jarred by the outlawing 'of.-the NAACP jn three southern Born Oct. 24 thru NOT. 22 deficient machines but
reason why the few jobs in the
states, it has been predicted by a top NAACP director t Love finds a way. You can ob- found no deficiencies existing.
Weekly Negro area should be taken by
in civil and will "pro- tain heart's desire ;This be said can be substantiated
1957 will be the "turning point rights" your through whites when there are
duce more and more victories." These statements are credited sublety, kindness and all the little by some of the Negro poll work. and young
GuideWHICH Negro men women comingout
to Clarence Mitchell director of the organization's Wash- Horoscope and special attentions that most ers.Mallard of schools every day who remain -
.. ington'Bureau, in an address to an Oklahoma State NAACP people relish. Your ingenuity in emphasized that the out of jobs.
ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS FOR this become Registration office has always
delegation.Even respect can unequaled basis We are supporting these establishments -
operated non-political
a ,
though we must admit that it is impossible to foresee BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL when you take advantage of taking sides with none of the and it just takes a

the final results of this big issue, one would have to be The ASTROLOGERARIES the opportunities. Monetary restrictions candidates. He said that its func- little united action to rectify this
PABLO could
By handicap you
blind to ignore the fact that such congressmen as Herman tion has been strictly to serve the unfair situation.
somewhat in giving full expression -
Talmadge, James Eastland and Strom Thurmond bear watch- to feelings.but you can citizens of Duval County regardless -
ing." The combined forces of these three could be detrimentalto counter your them through ingenious of race or color. Veterans Comer

Civil Rights and to the fostering of the feeling pf interna- schedules. Your sign recommendsthat ideas and sharp buying practices. From where I sit I am in no
tional brotherhood. Needless to say, the Nation's educational Born March 21 thru April 19 you consult your close asso- position to say exactly what the Here are authoritative answers
program could suffer greatly through the efforts of such a Replace your impulse with sub- ciat esand loved ones when you 3-55-60-19-61-525 situation was as regards deficien- .from the'Veterans Administration

group to maintain segregation in public schools. tely. While there seems to be a require inspiration and suggestions cies in the machines. However, !to four questions of interest to

, lull in all activities other than related to the pleasurable from observation of the operationof !former servicemen and their fami-
One barrier to the which makes it more difficultto SAGITTARIUSBorn
w problem
those that are purely routine for aspects of your life. Be wary of the Registration office over a !lies:
the outcome is the tendency on the part ,of anti- NOT. 23 thru Dec. 21
_' predict this time you will not have much lending money to the wrong peo- period of years 1 have found it to Q. Premiums on 017 World Warn
\ .Civil Rightslegislators to restrain the power of strong Civil time to fritter away. Your sign ple or risking the wheels of Deploy your skills. Whetheryou be strictly non-partisan. I might GI term Insurance policy are

Rights advocates and keep a barrier between such persons suggests, that you budget your chance. are out to make money, train also add that I have found the being waived because I hue been

,and heads .important,congressional committees.No expenses.for business as well as 1-90-88-74-16-271 children or promote your heart entire corps of workers to be totally disabled for more than six

sooner had election votes been counted than silent action for 'other private projects with interests, you are being greatly helpful at all times. months. While my policy Is under
to aided"by the stabilizing presenceof It is possible that the poll work waiver do I have the to
was begun on the part of "the southern bloc" to mend their exceptional energy so as get LEO right con
differences with some members of the Republican Party. your money's worth Those to Born July>;23 thru'.Aug. 23 J sound judgment. Experienceand ers Who do not constitute the regular vert it to a permanent plan of
Since this'action is directed at Republicans hailing from states whom you are attached may be enterprise now join hands in staff of the Supervisor's office insurance?
Should wait and off till
and districts having few colored voters, who would dare to expecting the unusual from you you put creating conditions that you favor. may have followed some of their i A. You may convert your GI
answer the question of the possibility of favorable Civil in the way of entertainment, so the last minute, you are too likely This period brings results in some own notions in the handling of :term policy to any permanent
to off second best and to
Rights legislation until it has been determined how neat a you would be wise to give this come indirect manner that will benefit voters and if they did, they !plan other than an endowment.You .
spend than is really neces
and undivided attention more your pocketbook and pave the did not follow the will not be to take
patch has been placed on the rift between these two factions? your mature certainly pol- required
There should be of
It is universally recognized that "the power is in the vote." .. sary. plenty way for the utilization of your icy laid down by Mr. Fleming i a physical examination.
2-30-22-1&-72 693TAURUS activity in your business professional charitable impulses. You will Bowden. Q. May a reteran join with a
token Rights advocates have and social circles as well, !
By the same then-pro-Civil have to ward off tendencies to non-veteran in obtaining a CI
been strengthened in their position by the backfiring of action and this means rationing your become pessimistic or frustrated One of the aspects of life in :business loan?

resulting from the attitude of Democrats from the north who Born April 20 thru May 20 time and energies so as to do when obstacles arise. Miami that made a great Impression I A. Yes, but the amount of the

believed that Negroes would still cling to the party although Strength comes from within. It justice to alL Accpet openings to 7- 0-77-19-93-181 on me is number of white- [loan on which VA's guaranty is
civil rights efforts were played "down" to the point wherethey is by starting early to uncover the improve your mind as well as owned businesses operating in the i based will be in proportion to the

were hardly discernable. bargains, and through the good your materialw position.. Negro section which employ a veteran's interest in the loan. The

services of sympathetic friends, -11-22-12-79-314 CAPRICORNBorn large number of sales people in guaranty cannot extend to any
The NAACP, which has been the "whipping boy" for any
action resulting from united efforts,on the part of America's that you will find the way to Dec. 22 thru Jan. 19 i dry goods and clothing stores. portion of the loan constituting

largest minority, has consequently been blamed for the master difficulties. The elementof VIRGO Results speak for themselves. It :' It is a great contrast to the situation the non-veteran's contribution to

group's shift of loyalty from the Democratic Party to the escrecy regarding your plans Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 is probable, and even desirable in Jacksonville where there. the enterprise.
must be strictly enforced if you Bask in the joys of anticipation. that you expand your social pursuits -
Republican Party,
expect your surprises to be just Differences over money may crop and circle of acquaintancesby
Gloster B. Current, NAACP director of branches, an- that when the proper moment up at times particularly if you becoming more interested in

nounced at an Oklahoma NAACP,conference that the Association arrives. There are indicationsthat feel that your mate or other close people and their doings. This

did not tell Negroes to change their party, and stated work is piling up but-as longas associates are being somewhat too period ere,tcs just the proper or

- that "We are not interested in any ideology except that.guar you know the remunerationwill free with joint funds and re inspiring atmosphere in which to

.... anteed by the Constitution." be proportionate you shcouldbe sources. There are signs that you disseminate your views and bring

equal to the occasion. can afford to make some concessions some of_ your hopes to fruition.
Although it took almost one hundred years to force an
. 4-100-99-15.-65-262CEKSS in,this connection if you are Take all the safeguards at home
civil and there is "cut and dry"answers
issue on rights; although, no
to the questions arising therefrom and to the time not ,doing badly in the way of against disharmony and observeall
the recommended rules of
earnings and profit taking.
element on answering the questions, one thing is suretheball
Born May 21 thru June 21 977-50-13--67-527 safety in the handling of Christ
once started rolling, will not stop. The questions WILL Anticipation is exciting. A good mas trees.
NOT remain unanswered for another,hundred years.
start can be made while you are LIBRA 8-10-88-15-69-321
still under the inspirinlg influence I
Born Sept. 24 thru Oct. 23
of this period. Social events
Intelligence Of Negroes an: also slated to command a con- Mind is a mighty ally. Your AQUARIUSBorn

siderable portion of your time and associates may take sharp issue Jan. 20 thru Feb. 18

energies from now on and this with you whereas competitors or Two heads are better than one.

Not Unequal To WhitesAn will necessitate taking certain rivals are likely to be more This period is likely to cause you
You havea
than usyal.
steps to conserve your vital as aggressive to make snap judgments, or to
well as cash, reserves when the powerful weapon to cope with grow careless when driving or

going gets a bit fast. Make gooduse anything that threatens to get out walking it seems as if you wouldbe
official of a psychological measuring service reportedlast mediate and
of hand. Discuss
of the time to catch up on
week that he has been able to find no scientific.. evidence shortages. conciliate to strengthen your personal well advised to take yourmate's

that Negroes are less intelligent than white people. your 5 20-33: -14-67-317 public and economic rela or seriously.other companion'spromptings Besides,

Robert D. North, assistant director of the Educational tionships. Exploit the opportunities confidence
Records Bureau, New York, said in a report prepared for the CANCER thcat .are headed your way when they can it lags and show your the logical

Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith, Jewish service or- Born June. 22 thru July 22 and make the most of a newly and practical sides of every ques

ganization: Prepare now, celebrate later. gained popularity that can be tion. .
"If the nation's school systems were segregated on the You must attend to the details yours, at home, in the Club or in I Features
455-40-12- 1 498
ability to learn, color lines would be crossed in a way that that are essentials in the develop- the midst of old and new friends.

would, bewilder advocates of white mental supremacy." ment, of business and production 74450 13-98-727 1400 WRHC 1400

The Educational Records Bureau conducts psychologicaltests PISCES

and entrance examinations for secondary schools. The Born Feb. 19 thru March 20 :

North report, paid for by the Ford-financed Fund for the Re-I GET YOUR HOROSCOPE READING FOR 1955 Try the new ways. Your sign i KEN KNIGHTPresenting

public, was released at the Anti-Defamation League's annual be to!
that receptice
Use tltla e.-. Lee,. rase ...t ,0..11. S..d 10 coats Loa. 41.aM urges you
meeting here. alai for Hell "bnscepe .r4eN4 by lHiL' lactode calf' ..ddressed.atepa' ,' new ideas, suggestions and methods -,
North's findings were along the.same line as those. of a ....10,.. Write lelaly. nit eff.r ... ... .ppty. t. r.sidsahof in the conduct of your"business

group of 18 social scientists who said on Oct. 15 that there tM dowI.ia .f Cne4.. or employment affairs. You I KJJIGHT{ TRAIN

are no "innate racial differences in intelligence" between the can give expression to, your talents -i

white and :Negro races. r PAILO. FLORIDA ;ASTROLOGER --I II particularly those that are i 8-9 P.M.-12-1 Nightly
Frank C. latent and which are simply!
On Sept. 17, a Villanova University professor ,. o. lOX 56' -
J. McGurk, wrote in the magazine U. S. News & World Report I JAaOHVIW 1. LA. I IHnIe II awaiting more positive moves on I SWEET CHARIOT
that it had been "demonstrated over and over" that Negroesas your .part to discover and cultivate -

a group do not have the learning capacity of whites. I ,' them. Don't overlook the; 9:30 to 10.30 Monday Thru Friday

North said that according scientific. evidence whatever U4NU I II. possibility of turning them to account -

differences show up in Intelligence tests between the races 0. as money-makers as well as! BLUES IK THE KNIGHT
differences in the circumstances under I. city Stet.I I II .
may well be due-to for your own particular satisfaction -! '
which individuals grew up. ." ttw '" Monday Thru, Saturday'f"
The evidence that hereditary factors account for differ- I I ,. --. ---- --- -- ---,-- .-. ---
< : -
o SSO-S9-18-75-448 -'- --- a'': '".i' 7'.1_ : -=. = _
=- := -- -- _
ences is so"weak as to be virtually non-existent, he said., -- - -




. It


'Serortfoy, December >,-195
,. /... n...
-' --- .
Child:, Guidance DirectorTo &tr:'fk46. 1 I JUhrentaiws' Social Flab Celebrates First Anniversary I
'At Ebenezer{ .. ..
Speak "*Mrs. Joyce Lawson announces *'.H *#*iez'srr'at&5sf*.. # isaBKS3SPle.i-- n BH

the' engagement of her sister,'
Dr. Paul M.Dregner acting di :
Gwendolyn Ethel Blakely, toJaphustWyattBaker L
rector>f-the Child Guidance and I Iuq
;, son, of Mr.and _
Speech Clinic, win speak att Ebe- -
Mrs. Leroy Baker. The vows
nezer Methodist Church,,Sunday, will be.exchanged.in Bethel Baptist
December 9, at,4Ofl'p. m. in:the Church,in. December.
interest of the Wesleyan Service S... .

Guild. Mr. and Mrs, Samuel Sanders _
Another feature of th program 1 announce the engagement of their
will be the showing of a film en- daughter, Loretta to Charles

titledSouth East Asia. i Manning son of Mr. and Mrs. _
The Speech Chorus of James Mose Manning of St. Petersburg.The .
Weldon Johnson Junior High vows' will be spoken in Day '
School under the direction of Spring Baptist Church at 12:30 ?
Mrs.Norma H.Bland,will present
; p. m. Sunday, Dec. 23..
several numbers. _
The public is invifed.Wedding '

Young Jaxon ReturnsFor 5 _
Bells Xmas HolidaysMiss __

Applications for Marriage J. _
Licenses Dorothy Nealy, young -
Jaxon pursuing a course in nursing
at Grady Memorial Hospital
Bennie J. Holland, 1716 Calhoun -
hi Atlanta, is expected home Dec.
St. age 27 and Pauline L.
-- -'- -- ------ '
15 for the Christmas holidays. -
Lamar, 1182 W. State St. age 23-
Miss Nealy has worked at St. CELEBRATION PARTICIPANTS Guests who attended the AdTeniurers' Social
Club's First
Joe M. Young Tampa, Fla. age are shown in the above left photo.
25 and Agnes P. McKeSson. 722 Vincent Hospital as a licensed Reading from left: to right ire: Horace Williams..Robert Carter. Jr. Mrs. Verleta Carter. Mrs. Sallie Bell. Mrs..Martha Williams Mrs. Sarah Turner. Mrs. Vermettra
Practical Nurse. Her church affiliation Royiler and John Wiggins. I
Court I, 21.
age is with Wayman Chapel The above right photo showsmembers of the club who
in the
Horace Bernard Allen. 93$-W. participated celebration. From left to right are: Robert Brown. Mrs. Virienne Eutsay. N. Tuner.
AME Church. Mrs. Elsie Thomas. Uriah Portee Miss Lerb Hall. S. L. Davis and Mrs. Clementine Wiggins.. FLORIDA
Church St. age 18 and Sarah Lee ,
,Niblack. 1022 :W. Church St. age -
Leo Young, 1238 E.'3rd-St.. age YWCA Charm Course Activities 1 School Guards Welcome I present at the meeting: out unwelcome visitors-and, furthermore

andTrancis St 16.Dixon, 1322 Franklin -'I .' ;rc A: _. <0.< ..,'. .....;">';.-,.,..,;." ,' """'1..l .' ,:,>,\v.,;Z'(,.>,.',''''''.' ..... : N-.';-.-..>',-..,. A', <...--......>,_''.'...''''.;. '''''''''''- :>>.. "cii. 9.W"i. \: : ,-,' New Member To Group: Mesdames Davis, Alma Helen Glass McMillian, Mildred, Lillian insects simply, it's been hate discovered nylon. that
age :-fJ: f: 2" "- '\. .1', ;: ;:" : .; .: .,'- .._ ; ". ':.. .+ :.'-: A$; 1: Forehand, Ruth Smith Johnnie
Edw. J. Simkins, 729 W. Monroe y .r. ''''' '
: >
: At
> LuncheonThe i
< S 1L .' 5- S ''' : ::t ,Special Mae Simpson Callie Jackson Mo-
St. age 46 and Mary Shar- : : i ; 1": :.: : \
man 1812 W. 11th St. age 46. fAQ4fX. ._. > zelle Jones Ozzie B. Johnson LEARN TO DRIVE
J. CarolinaSt. : School Crossing Guards Alicia Baety, Rachelle Brown,
Willie Fleming.JB10 .. St The Qekkett .. The Eased
.. age 23 and Eunice Owens H held their regular monthly meeting Susie B. Smith.Everlena Norman Wey Te Lee..
1947 A Louisiana St, age 18. at the home of Mrs. S. B. Marie Shorter and Theresa King.

Richard E. Young. 1118 West -., Smith 1626 Campus St., duringthe AJAXDRIVING

Jackson. Pensacola, Fla., age 37 ; .;:t past week, and combined with Baby won't be bothered by insects SCHOOL
and Lewis Tucker, 1919 FairfaxSt ,. >. _. ,: this session a welcome luncheonto or dust if you equip his carriage CALL EL 4-0639
age 35. !i honor a new member of the with a sudsable nylon mosquito
force. Perpeno
net that fastens elastically
P:,:" : '7S Mrs. Mozelle Jones regular around the hood and chassis top. 1134 W. 5th Street

S. P. Livingston FacultyTo '':i'. guard at Douglas Anderson School The weave is calculated to filter
t. :, was welcomed into the group and

,. Present ComedyOn .. was honored guest for the eve

Monday evening. December10th sr x' ning.Mrs.. Callie Jackson presidentof LAY-A-WAY YOUR

the' faculty of Smart Pope the organization extended the XMAS GIFTS NOWA
Livingston School will present official welcome to Mrs. Jones

Effie Berwick's mysterycomedy"Beware _---S-S---S_ and presided over the brief business -

. of Murder". :_ s session. Complete Selection of
The story of the play concerns ___ '" } xx Mrs. Smith's home was appropriately .
one Hattie Vance, who owns a and beautifully decorated Watches Rings Jewelry '
country home somewhere on the j the dining room being especially f-
Atlantic Coast Having decided attractive with a soft green handmade
to keep,the house open all the table covering on the dinner Only a Small Down PaymentOn

year round; she secures Veronica table and a centerpiece of yellow Charge AccountsLOCKET'S
Lathem as housekeeper,. A fewdays ,. chrysanthemums.The .
before the action of the play ; ii /. Awn menu consisted of golden JEWELRY
begzins. Veronica receives a telegram 4 fried chicken, lettuce and tomato
from Miss Vance stating $ salad hot rolls, cake and hot 720 Davis Street Phone EL 5-1888 '

that her neice, Hollis,Eaton is to $ S1 ;, tiocolate. EUNICE LOCKET Prep.
. spend some time with Veronica. r Thefollowing members were .

When Hollis and her maid ar- I
rive at the Vance house, they are
informed that the Vance house $ 0aaaI ... -

has been the scene of some n .
strange carryings-on and that the -
housekeeper has been acting In a a3

most peculiar manner. Hollis look
laughs down these fears until her
suit case disappears from the liv-

ing room, and the automobile that 1 in
she mde the trip in vanishes. your A
What follows will be revealed on
December- 10th in the cafetorium,
at 8" P. M- mirror r SYEN'
Outstanding characters are:
Miss Rosa Lee Trowell Miss Hor- 1 .
tense Jones. Mrs-'Mari Morris, t 4rt today. :

Mrs., Sara_ Lovett, and Mrs. Cor- .
etha Wilson.
n, okQ '''
Y. and

1 Leorn .Cm...*rcil l Art .

Start AjtytbM '
G.- f.. AMKOYfO, aN X

M.... T. New Leeeriea your hair. w.
104 EAST BAY STMCT '."" "
2.4 flee lovely as fashionmeans -S r
:X''o'' I r -4A y gigT.d..j r'

If. -': Jit h l-f : '..:- :-1m it to be!

MU SlFFflElS' BGTORMATION FROM AN EXPERT- Mrs. Ora Mae Mclrer. instructor of the Branch YWCA '

COLD 4.co preseptie.'foeewlaSTAt4SACK in th tessiea-ejrer-Mn.'Aldonia Joyner. Miss Katie Hughes Miss Helen Wright. Mrs. Sylvia r
UbUts or pewtfers wok Beltoa tad Mrs.Jean Cobb. you can look in your mirror "-
. fast .. brie Mtnfertina relief fromUrvd. and see the same glowing lustrous .
.>.r%actufta MULLS MMralgla ,In the bottom photo. Mrs. Mclver is seen demonstrating hair style technique, with Mrs. Jean color chosen bf models like
and Keedsbes tin U e.14.. Cobb serving as a subject for demozuIratioD.FLORIDA STAR PHOTOS this famous beamy here!Yes,with '' -S- F

Godefroy's Larieuse Hair Coloring ,
i you can give your lair exquisite new
Christmas The following teachers will assist -
Town te 'GetLOWPltICES ProgramAt with the program: color long-lasting nararal-Iookiog
You Don't Have to Go to 1.31xeme..berGodefmy's
color..easy: as
New CenturyMiss Mrs. L. Bennett, J. Wilder,
principal, and Mrs. A. B. Houston, Larieuse Hair Color'
: Mae Bingham I Children participating are: Tony tag is the famous,dependable brand in the red
program :Stephens, Patricia Brown, Brenda box, known and approved for more than 50years.
committee chairman of'New Century

Louise Jackson Bernard Butts Get it at your favorite cosmetic counter-
On. Yew Industrial School has arranged Lillian ,Jernigan and Alfred today-and see your" hair lovely as fashion
a very interesting and unique '
Gainey. Other children means it to be
program' to be presented at the par- 18 xfitit tbtdet
DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade school on Monday, December 17., ticipate in,group singing;etc.

at 8:00.,p. m.Participants.

With Your Neihberhood.Drif <
school and parents and friendsare fiUftlz 641

Will Meet Any Prices. Advertised invited t oattend., Florida Star se- u r- S

In Year: Local' .PapersWMB'S 3 --

IEIOSEIE For Prompt .easy steps ;,;.

DIXIE PHARMACY Delivery Call /,ftemmn; IK*ftor2*Apply G. .froy'* Afer color ko 4ou0Uy.ARtM. ..-
. ..U leriMM wftfc beady .......dasye Wr
> fccM fc' and Mt fa "..
IH2 KINGS "ADMft11.I AYBWfPHettfS VICTORY FUEL Otd ffoy t lerWm ppfcatef ooah your
.. dbeded. *.*.ee. law* IfyIe.
: K. 3SW7MWe
"Imr We, *** m AJf ewtora* Prow,...... ? _SERVICEEL315N} S




'" r'-.. .,- : ," ",'-.-b i',; _:dF':" c 'h "'_.} !.{...d-- a....: ___-, --.. ...._, .'.- "- .,a dr :","",,- ,-" : t ""- ,_ _

-, -- -
<;. --


't' r ;-;",
t..i?!Fur r THE ILDlltM STAR s.tutdo. Dec.abe 8, 1916

I ... Vesper ; Service: :..Matthew W. Gilbert Sunday Dec. 9th I

I Brr.:; Iffert H. Wils. Speaker;' I :.? :Y' k To Have Christmas. Celebration"t., Tampa Conference Sweeliield Baptist I

4 -

Facmlly Ei* ile Tt Perfim : ;\' Now In Session Pastor Aid Cub '

The initial Vesper Services for the 1956-57 school term'will be i 4ta1 Ei1. The Tampa Florida Conferenceof Sets Anniversary

I held, at Matthew W Gilbert High School Sunday afternoon. Dec 9, It1t' the AME Church is presently in

at 3:30 p. min the school auditorium. ; progress at the Allen Temple The Pastor Aid Club of Sweet-

Rev. Robert.H.'Wilson, pastor of ,; :d AME Church in Tampa. Florida. field Baptist Church, corner
The Rev. Mr. E. D. Hinson is
: : Fourth and Harrison
Bethel Baptist Institutional bam Scott, Sim Belleamy, J. W f streets, will

Church will deliver the sermon Robinson, Nelson Grant, M. W. ''". pastor. celebrate its anniversary Sunday,

for the hour-long service. Oliphant, Mrs. Doris A. Jones, L t' .- >,,1 Presiding Elder E. L. Pinkney Decemb er9, 3:00 p. m, in the

Miss Padrica Mendez, outstanding A. Williams. ..,Jit' \ presided at the opening session church auditorium.Mrs. .

soloist and student intern The Rev. Charles Crosby,. pastor and the Rt. Rev. D. Ward Nichols, Theo Oree will be speakerfor

from Bethune-Cookman College, of Mount Pleasant Baptist presiding bishop of the llth Epis-. the occasion, with the follow-

will be the featured soloist on the Church, will give the Invocation.The copal District is presiding over ing persons appearing on the pro-

program. Miss Mendez is intern- religious event. is being the sessions. gram: Mrs. Freddie Mae Lockett

inS in the, Music Department of sponsored by the Matthew W. Gil- Educational Night was held Mrs. Amy Brown Mrs. Ellen Tis-

Matthew W. Gilbert. bert Homeroom Mothers Club, Thursday with President W. B. dale, Mrs. Lula Johnson, Mrs.

The Gilbert faculty ensemble, headed by Mrs. Gladys Barnes. Stewart of Edward Waters delivering Priscilla King Mrs. Sarah Strick-

accompanied by Mrs. M. W. Oli- The public is invited to attend. the address and the Ed- land Mrs. Lucille Sheppard, Mrs. .

phant, will furnish additional ward Waters, Chorus furnishingthe Novell Williams, Miss Barbara

music for the program. The faculty music. Williams and the Rev. G. W.
ensemble is comprised of the Activities Youth Night was held Friday Phillip, pastor of the church.

following teachers*Mrs. Edith evening with an address from The public is invited.
Broadway, Mrs. Emera Jackson At Mt. Ararat Mrs. K. B. Nichols. '

Miss E. R. Fraiser, Mrs. C T. Bishop Nichols will deliver the

Jackson, Mrs. Mary Wilson, Mrs.E. for sermon Sunday, to end the ses- Elk Lodges Plan
District meetings'scheduled
W. Works, Mrs. L W. Worren, sions, and will read the appoint
Miss Emma Sunday at Central Baptist are as
Miss J. D. Wright, ments.
P. Harris Mrs. follows: District 12 will hold its
Holley, Mrs. E. Memorial ServiceMaceo
Pauline Smith Miss Helen Stod- meeting at 4 p. m. in the home of:
Mrs. Willie M. Calvin 1354 Madi- gab
Miss Padrica Mendez Wil- x.
dard. :k aLdaf
son Street;District 24 will meet at .. '- -- Cosmo, Florida Lodge No. 8 and Prideof
3 m.'in the home of Mrs.Jua-
p. PLANS COMPLETED Memberstef the Minueiies' Social and Saving Club are seen at the Maceo Temple No. 187 will join

Walker's College Sets nita Ward 1354 Madison Street; scene of their regular monthly meeting where they completed plans for their Christmas Party. Pictured Alexander Memorial Announces Elkdom throughout the jurisdiction -

District 28 will meet at 4 p. m. at from left-to right are: (seated) Mrs. E. S, Dean Mrs. Matiie Foster. Mrs. Beatrice Johnson. Mrs. Sunday Church Activities Sunday, December 9, at 3

Christmas PageantWalker's 1452 E. 23rd St.; District 7 will Juanii Buns: (standing) Henry Pitts. Roland WiUon.. James Collins. Willis Irvin and Mack H. Riley. Sunday services at_Alexander p. m, in holding the annual Me-
meet at 3:30 p. m at the church; Memorial Methodist Church, at morial service at the Elks Audi-
District 8 will meet at the churchat Cosmo will with
Vocational and Com Florida begin torium
712 W.Duval Street.
mercial College Glee Club will 4 p. m.; District 22 will meet in Bethlehem Group Trustee Loyalty Jackson To PreachAt Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. with The regular ritualistic service,

present a Christmas Pageant in the home Deacon and Mrs. Superintendent Freddy Williamsin
together, with the memorial
the school auditorium on Sunday, Joshua Hillman, 1009 Daniel St. Apostolic ChurchServices charge. He will be assisted by pro-
At Grant Memorial"Trustee
Slates ElectionThe gram, given. The annual
December 16, at 4CO p. m. at 4 p. m.; Deaconess Board No.3will Miss Doris White. be
sermon will preached by the
The pageant ,is entitled "And meet at 4 p. m. in the home of will be conducted at At the 11 a. m. service. Love Rev.
A. B. Coleman, pastor of
So They Came To Bethlehem"and Mrs. Susie McGraw, 540 Baldwin election of officers for District Loyalty Day" will be the Apostolic Church Monday Feast and the regular service will Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist i

is directed by Mrs. Ruth B. SL;District 10 will meet at 4 p.m. 1 of Bethlehem Baptist observed at Grant Memorial AME night with the Rev. R. W. Jack be held, with the Rev. Mr. Theo- Church.

McMillan. in the home of Deacon A. Council; Church has been set for Saturdayin Church Sunday, Dec 9, sponsored son, Choir 1, usher board 1 and dore Brown delivering the morn
The Exalted Ruler W. R. Davis
The following students will par- District 18 will meet at 4 p. m. in its meeting which will be held by several auxiliaries of the congregation of St. John Baptist ing message.At .
the home of Mrs. Paul Nelson,' 3 n the Holy Communionwill and Daughter Ruler, Hattie I.
ticipate: Pauline Lovelace in the home of Mrs. Mildred McDowell church. Church of Orange Park, render- p.
play the part of Mary; Kenneth 4121 Stuart Street. This is the 1635 Madison St. A shoe Mrs. Annie Bell Marshall, presi- ing the service. be administered by the pas- James are issuing the call to be

Peele will portray Joseph; Collins last meeting for the year. rally will also be held after the dent of Usher Board No. 1, is The regular order of service was tor, who will also preach the I present to all members. This is a
must and Bill and
Allen, The Prophet; Samuel Step The Junior District Junior election. Seafood suppers will! be serving as chairman of the event. carried out last Sunday with Sacramental sermon. Choir No. 1, program every .
Usher Board and Choir will hold under the leadership of Preston Daughter is expected to be present
hens and Alphonso Cross, The served. Special envelopes are availablefor covenant meeting at 11 a .m. The

Two Shepherds; Louis Brown, their Youth Fellowship Hour Sunday Officers for District 5 will also Persons who wish to contri- evening message was delivered by Brooks, will supply the music.

The Shepherd Boy, Dewitt Smi- Dec. 9th, at 3 p. m. All par-. be elected in the meeting that bute to the financial success of the Rev. Mr. Jones, who preached Sunday's service represents the I A special invitation has been
arid friends invited to at l last Communion service for the issued to the families of the de-
James ents are -
ley, Johnny Reddick and the observance. Members of the
will be held at the.church Saturday from the subject, "The Believers
Britt The Three Wise Men; Harold tend.A. at8p.m. church have been requested to. in- Christ 'and the Holy Ghost." year and the pastsor the Rev. ceased members to be present.
Fellow-' Mr. W. M. Little, is all This is not a closed meeting and
Williams Good Neighborhood asking
Gainey, Herod; George The Sunday activities will begin give fulkcooperation, according to. The Holy Communion was ad-
Samuel McCoy and WillieC. ship program will be given Fri with the Sunday School at 9:30a. a statement by the chairman.The ministered and one person joined l members to be present.: the public is always welcome to

Moore, The Three Kings; and day, December 14, at 8 p. m. at m. Morning worship at H. sermon will be delivered. the church. Every Christian in and around attend this special service

Herman Edwards, The Inn Keep- the church.The program, sponsored Home mission will begin at 3 by the Rev. Mr. F*. J. Jones, pre-: Cosmo is welcome to partake of A picture of Dr. R. W. Butler, .

by Mrs. Harriett Kelly, is to p. m. Installation 'of officers of siding elder. ,the Lord's Supper at Alexander who served so long as secretary

er.Marilyn Slater, Joe N. Grate, benefit the Convalescent Home all auxiliaries will be held. District An "Old Fashioned" musicale I Memorial. of the lodge, will be unveiled.The

Evelyn Blackwell Rosa Lloyd, and Choir No. 3. 2 will meet at the home of will be presented during the evening StorkDeliveries picture will hang in the archivesof

Annie Nealous, Johnny D. Olds District 20 will meet Sunday Deacon and Mrs. Eugene Sawyer, worship directed by Prof. Elkdom along with others who

and Walter Robinson are the featured Ded. 14, at 4:30 p. m. at the 926 Hogan Street. C. Lewis. Business Women Hold have helped tq,make Eldom great.

soloists. church. Election of officers will be The public is invited to worship,
BTU will begin at 5:30 p. m, I CoffeeThe
The public is invited to attend. .held. at Grant Memorial Sunday. 1 Membership
and evening worship begins at 7. I White Rose Club
---.----- The pastor, the Rev. T. E. Nelson m. Jo; :
will deliver the messages for the SlatedAt Business and Professional To Meet SundayThe

EASY CREDIT TERMS' day. Choir 2 and Usher Board 2 Homecoming James and Grade Nichols, 409. Women's Club, affiliate of the A.
Central I. Lewis Branch YWCA, held its
will" serve. Baptist Copeland SL, boy. Nov. 19. annual membership Coffee Satur- White Rose Club of District

James and Elizabeth Bryant day evening at the YWCA on 22 of Second Baptist Church has

Homecoming Day has been set Route 3 Box 1283 girl, Nov. 19. Eighth Street The affair was presented scheduled a meeting for Sunday,

Mt. Ararat Announces for Sunday, December 9, ,Central Walter and Delores Jamison, for the members of the December 9, at 4:00 p. m. in the

Need For AssistanceFor Baptist Church, beginning with 1136 W. 22nd SL, boy, Nov. 17. club, their guests, and prospective home of Mrs. Viola Faulk 1785

Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. and Willie W. Wilson, Jr, 1706 members. McQuade Street.

r New SanitoriumMt. continuing throughout the,day.A Payne SL, boy Nov. 19. Miss Josephine Bivins was (

WATCHES RINGS call to all members of the Frank and Shirley Clemonts,
-:- chairman of the event and was
church has been issued by the 24 E. 49th SL girl, Nov. 20.
COSTUME JEWELRY Ararat Baptist Church announces assisted by Mrs. Bessie Thompsonand
Rev. Mr. R, X. Jones, pastor to Charlie Caldwell, 1591 W.. 31st Miss Fannie Blue. WARM CHILDREN'SCLOTHES
the opening of a $10,000 -
GIFTS FOR .MEN participate in the service. Rev. St, girl, Nov. 13.
Mrs. Irma L. is
drive to raise funds with which to Lynch presidentof
Jones will deliver the morning Ed and Ollie Harris. 1926 De- the club. .
erect a new sanitorium.In .
sermon and Choir 2, under the Cotte SL, girl, Nov. 12.
making the announcement Men and Women
direction of Mrs: Annie M. Brink- Charlie and Ophlia Leach, 1238
the Rev. Mr. Dallas A. Graham
ley. An organ and piano duet will E. 3rd SL, boy, Nov. 15. GmIIGUP( NIGHTS' Clothes
stated that the Mt. Ararat Sani-
be presented by Mrs. Tucker and Willie and Dorothy Jackson, \.
tonum. which is now closed, was worried -
fcy & Wwk&Mtf (Ctotttnc Junior
Mrs. Briley.A 1052 Troyan SL, girl, Nov. 17, KUhtt (Utt tTMMOi,bnmia* r ttchwtatttoa League
"not a Baptist institution alone =
but for toContributions musical program will be Wm. Perry, 1025 Julia SL, boy, i .MuMMKlfewr) .r Btnoc M4BtaZtar CloMy Crto tort-*! Thrift
was everyone. sponsored Sunday evening, along Nov. 18.Leon. tI7 ararsrc_t- Shop

I Held 'til Xmas' I may be sent toIt with Mrs.Evanglyne M.'Johnson's and Sarah Pugh 1951 .... .. Lttdr..stas,.. arxra s ysr.t
Uy-Aways Ararat Baptist Church,corner II-. fIIir 12 Broad Street
dramatization of "Other Wise Louisiana, boy Nov. 14. .tam..... v "If..............
Twenty-first and Davis Streets.
Men." Solos will be rendered byJ. Jesse and Lorene Phrophet
Miss Mary Wright Is headingthe
Lawrence, Mrs. Geneva R. 1824 Bisbee, girl Nov. 15.
FINE WATCH REPAIRING: "campaign and can be contact.
Massey and Mrs Hattie Stallings. Frank and Gloria Brown-Sr,
ed at EL 5.8287.Stanton .
1036 W. 24th SU boy, Nov. 23. CHAMPION'SMEN'S

I I Roland and Dolores Gibson, .

Alf ra Credit Jewelers Group PerformsIn Ml. Noriah Board Sr Nov.. 2851 21.Henry. San Diego Plaza, boy, WEAR

STREET Mt. Zion SundayThe Schedules Meet and Juanita Hannah, FACTORY OUTLET -

817.DAVIS 1074 Trojan SL,boy,Nov. 19. "

Near Rite Theatre of New Robert and Jessie Bartley,Hal- 100% Wool Flannel' Pants . $7:95:
The Board of Mt.
Auxiliary Rd. Route 1 Box 438, boy,
Stanton Senior High School will Moriah AME Church has scheduled sey Long Sleeve Sport Shirts $1.98
Oct. 14.Morris. .
be presented in, a pre-Christmas!t I for Sunday December
a meeting -

Candle Light Recital Sunday eve I I 9, at 4:00 p. m., at 639 Ct. 2917 Barnette and Deloris'St, boy McTaw, Oct. 21., Jr.. Dress Sox : . :. 4-for $1.00
ning Dec. 9, in the Mt. Zion .
fi The Little Things AME: Church. The program begins -i|I D.Mrs.Blodgett Clara Homes.Jackson and Mrs. Clarence and Harriett Fisher, Sport Jackets .. . $3.99 up"CHAMPION'S
615 Jones SL, Waycross, Ga., girl,
at 7 o'clock. Frances hostesses to
,; Floyd are. .
I Oct. 22.Julius.
That t Count The Stanto-Musi-Cho' is under the meeting. -" and Bertie Sessoms, Jr, Duty Sweatshirts . $1.00
the direction of Mrs. Annette'
i\ Mrs. B. Palmer is president of
I Box 884, Green Cove Sprgs. boy,
Espy! Instructor in music at New the board. Mrs. Lillie Jones is Oct 22.Eddie. 125 W Bay Street Phone EL 4-1118

t ...t..... littU 4.t H* wake mp tfvMrcl .. ........ Stanton High SchooL ]I secretary and the Rev. Mr. T. H. and Emma Bryant 1764

..both-hacHoa.g. Mrrlct. Cock .fi Mt. Zion is located on the corner ,Pittman is pastor of Mt Moriah Cleveland SL, boy Oct. 25.
.... ,84W kr .. with pmrticmU an, of Newnan and Beaver Sts. AME Church. -
and One Robinson, 282
for ..taportnt m o.cli ate MT MC. tatotl and proceeds from the recital will I Benj.
*. cltecrivlr- .., mk tU tftfftmc benefit the church's beautification Sunday Services Set I Goodwin SL, boy, Oct. 27. RITZ THEATRESATURDAY

Mtweea ,., atlshct.ry. c..sd'ay series aJ drive. .James N. Gelsey and Mazaline,
;; ... wfckfc '.44. t. ,a.. fairtau Oar staff I* pain For Bowden MemorialThe 823 E. Union St.. boy, Nov.24.
s. .* I I Curtis and Ola Williams, 3430
treIaM'le sisawi of ONLY DECEMHR ltd
t* Cat*** .t Mack .* ......, **..... Mw Stop pain piles Rev. Mr., Damon Dell, Japonica Rd, girl, Nov. 10. BIG WESTERTHON 4 WESTERNS

w JiHk.VH..4 .... ......,. I'superintendent of the Jacksonvilledistrict Jimmie and Mamie Harview, "RAGE AT DAWN" "SILVER WHIP"
today 'at horn will preach at the regular 2270 Calvin St.' girl, Nov. 14. "YELLOW TOMAHAWK"

I Sunday morning worship servicesin Arther and Maggie Barber, 1349

g.Wi. Fumral Brae -or money bock Bowden Memorial. Methodist Tyler St, boy, Nov. 13. "MARSHALL'S DAUGHTER"to

la doctor tests, amazing new Church December 9. David and Lillie Young, 950
6Utoltts Paso* instantly relieved
W. P. Holmes, Jr. Directors Alphonso West pflcf tortunl acre internal and Immediately following the serv- Pearl SL, girl Nov. 13. T STARTS SUNDAY TWO FIRST RUNS .
external relief I S me lcaUyproredingredtents ice, he will ,hold the first quar- James and Doris Wise 1108 E. Wild Bill Elliott .

Telephone PO 5-1641 pain.HchiM Including fautoiUJy/Trtolyte.Reducehealing. relieve terly conference 1st St::, boy Nov. 12. _" "CALLING HOMICIDE"

: .Too Mt Evening services begin at 7o'clockand Freddie,and Louise Blackshear, _. ,
2719 W. Ed, .,oed 'Avenue .- Mag&o&a Gardens Yalk in comfort Only ataiDlesa'pUe .
remedy. Sta1D1essSUp- the Rev Mr. L McPherson 1663.McConihe, boy,,Nov.,11. "Tip t. ON" t

24-Hour ,Aabulcmoe} Service,, Off-Street Parking poaitortes.r or Ointment" at drqggiais,..,. pastor of Bowden Memorial Harion" rown. -Jar, Fla, boy, COME .

= ,. will deliver, the_sermon. Nov. 13. -

.., .
: .
';> -, ,


...., :- -<: .( .. -. 1> :-- :.. ,.' '"" 'V ., ,, ..: '.. __

te,""" December I, 19$* THf fLOklDA 'SfAJt Pap Fin .

I Ii' Virginia''Anti-NAACP; Laws Face Test ,In Court .1 : Ir

: c. __ ,Filed j. Saving Club Holds Final Business Meeting For The Year I Im' d .

'' ..> 't' ,*' ;""" ." a. ir, ..,. ", .' 'r' a
IyHill&Carlerr. 2 P 3 tdac ., ". :>"' "" if vf' >f < *"1' .u't '. .
< : '
: 1 .j. { : ,'\ ; '

t.. ; y llf
.. > 0r
.," RICHMOND,VaIn a frontal

anti-NAACP attackupon statutesrecently a package of seven en- jt: .

acted by the Virginia Legislature, :; .

attorneys for the NAACP today v,
filed a complaint in the United -

States District Court,here askingthe t
M '
,3 :
Court to declare the new t

punitive laws unconstitutionaLThe a 4
complaint, filed by OliverW. .
Hill NAACP attorney of Richmond to.

and Robert L. Carter of
New York, NAACP general counsel Ati.t
s a.
further asks the ,court to en- .
join state and-4ocal law enforce- .ww r

ment officers from enforcing the *
L- A UP of the Pepsi Cap tor
statutes which, the complaint k..a utsUndinf yus

charges, violate the constitutional ..- < .,,,' __-a ......... __' "'W'& t cent Amerleans,! and ov th. e.monf4 mate one
rights of citizens as guaranteed by *
the Fourteenth Amendment and Members of the Skylight Social and Saving Club are shown in their Irene Martin: (standing) Mrs. Minnie Lee Alexander. Victor Whitehead, Mrs. Geral- a better place bI,1IJda&e Un.

Article 1 of the U. S. Constitution.The final business meeting'for the year,when members withdrew their Christmas savings dine OliphanL Mrs. Alma Thomas. Mrs. Pauline Johnson and George Holmes. *

laws were enacted duringa funds from the treasury. Seen in the above left photo are: (seated) reading from The right photo shows from left to right J. L. Wade. Mrs Ollie M. Campbell * *

special session of the GeneralAssembly left to right. Mrs. Ellen Thompson. Mrs. Sallie Hampton. Mrs. Nancy Williams. Mrs. Mrs. William Mitchell Mrs. Lillie M. Royals and Eugene Gainous.
__._nn____ *
last September. The -'

., openly avowed purpose of the leg- the NAACP in Virginia for any hers have violated no legitimate Lansing G. Childs Professional Teams *
islation is to curb the NAACP. purpose. interest to the state. I t *

The laws (1) prohibit the solicitation The NAACP in Virginia, Attor- The NAACP in Virginia, the Now DrawingNegroes ,

of funds Jo defray the costs neys Hill and Carter assert in the complaint points out, has for i GRAND UNIONPALLBEARERS *

of litigation In antidiscriminationsuits complaint, had raised money for many years pursued,'without state Negroes allover the country : .
; (2) ban public advocacy legal cases.and "proposes to con- interference, i its objectitve=the have gone into professional bas- Grand Union Pallbearers LodgeNo. *

desegregation of the public tinue to contribute, from funds abolition of compulsory racial segregation ketball and football in large 224 will meet Monday, De- .

schools in compliance with the solicited for the purpose, towardthe in all public facilities, in- numbers, and every one has beena cember 10, 7:30 p. In., in Walters .

Supreme Court ruling; (3) pen- exense of litigation and coun- stitutions and services. Membersand .. star player in his collegiate Memorial AME Zion Chuch located .i..i.F i
alize attorneys accept
sel fees" in pending desegregationcases. contributors to the NAACP days.In. on the corner of Madison S

raised by persons or organizationsnot "have sought to give aid in the 7'';:;<' order that sports fans may and First Streets. ': '. *
directly involved in the litigation ,
overall struggle in the United be able to with the .. .
the keep up teams : :/ ;
; (4) restrain, organizationsfrom Moreover- they point out, *
States for a society in which con- and players, here is a list of teams PRINCE HALL MASONS
encouraging citizens to se- NAACP and its members'are .
siderations of race and color will and players: The Prince Hall Masonic Club BARBARA lEAS PAIGE *
cure their rights in the courts; engaged in a legitimate activity.
have No questions were will meet in its regular session
(5) forbid giving financial assist- They merely are seeking to secure : BASKETBALLNew Junes Weldon Johnson *
ever raised concerning the legal- :::-i'!: Sunday, Dec. 9, 4:00 p. m. Junior Hlth School
ance to persons involved in law full enforcement of constitutional York Knicks-Nat Clifton, *
ity" of this activity in Virginia or I Members are requested to attend -
suits against the State of Virginia; rights of colored citizens to de- r Ray Felix; Minneapolis Lakers Pepsi-Cola dealers are
the this happy to salute Barbara
elsewhere "until Supreme: r meeting.
(6) require a public hearing of the mocracy's general benefit. In Bob Williams, Walt Dukes; Philadelphia Jean Paige, honor student *
Court decision on May 17, 1954 in the ninth grade. Bar
NAACP membership in the state; seeking to secure those rights in Warriors-Jackie Moore; bara is a member of the *
and (7) demand a filing of all concert with other like-minded outlawing segregation in public, .of.k Rochester Royals-Si Green, Dick I I speech chorus and recording -
NBA Hits Louisiana secretary for her class. *
monies raised and expended by.persons,. plaintiffs and its mem schools." Ricketts, Waurice Stokes; St. .
i Louis ,Hawks Willie Naulis; On Segregation Law *
Nats Earl and
Syracuse Loyd
,Jim Tucker. ** *

The Finest Christmas Gift JOINS BROTHER Dr. Lansing ; I FQOTBALL iana CHICAGO-The is in the limelight State again of Louis be- *
Watkins. *
G. Childs of Gainesville fla. Chicago Bears-Bobby of the announcement
cause released -
announces his practice of General HB; .J. C. Caroline, HB; Perry .
the National
by Boxing
Jeter, HB. Chicago Cards-Ollie
and Chest in .
Jacksonville.He .. Matson, HB; Dave Mann, HB; Association that it has approved a *

A Lot For YourOwn Home received his B. S. Degree Woodley Lewis, HB; Dick (Night the resolution state unless calling its for commissioners a boycott of *

from Florida A. & M. University: Train) Lane, HB; Charles; Anderson -
for of
move a repeal a segregationlaw 4 -
his M. D. Degree from Meharry E; Julian Spence, HB; Jim
matches between
Medical four of Hill E. Baltimore ColtsLennyMoore
College\ ; years whites and Negroes.The *
training in general surgery at HB; Jesse Thomas HB;
Lincoln Hospital. Durham. N. C.: Nate Borden, E. Detroit Lions- approval was made duringa *
session of the NBA executive
Milt Davis, HB. New York Giants
and two in chest at
years surgery
committee headed President
/ Howard University School of -Roosevelt Brown, T; Roosevelt by *
Stevens of "The
Grier/T Emlen Tunnell, HB Mel Floyd Michigan.
Medicine. Washington. D. C. ; ; *
law in Louisiana forbids mixed
where he also instructor in Triplett, FB. Los Angeles Rams-
j. ,p WL surgery. In was'addition an to this he Tank Younger, FB;'Bob Boyd, E; matches in any line of sports DELORESMOSELY.a.
and this is contrary to theNBA's
in advance Tom Wilson, HB. Pittsburgh events James Weldon Johnson
completed course
a Jt
way of thinking, the Junior filth School
Steelers-Lowell Perry, E; Willie
surgery at Harvard University .
McClung G. San Francisco 43'ers president said.Mo Delores is an honor student
School of Medicine. Boston. Mass. and a member of the
Dr. Childs did volunteer military -Joe Perry, FB; John Henry .* 9-11 curricular homeroom.activities Her extra are
Johnson, HB; Charlie Powell, E. limited to fnthe
service in the Air Force Reserve membership
.. More FightingFor Photography Club.
and active duty as Chief of Cleveland Browns-Len Ford, E;

Surgery of the 564th General Air Maurice. Bassett, FB; Harold Marciano : *

Force HospitaL Otis Air Force Bradley, G.Wedding. Rocky ** *

Leis Nsw Available at Base. Mass.
He is associated with his bro TORONTO Rocky Marciano *

ther. Dr. I.. B. Childs in his special SelU has flatly denied all reports that *

Suburban Estates Homesites practice of general and chest he has contemplated returning to
surgery. His office hours are from the ring after reports were circu- d *

1:00 to 6:00 p. m. and by appoint Horace Bentley 2035 Jernigan lating around to that affect.A *
SOUTH OF CITY LIMITS ment. Road, age 19 and Kathleen Mc- report was made that Rocky
Cluster, 2035 Jernigan Road, age would challenge the winner of *

Lots Low Taxes 17. the Moore-Patterson fight, and *
Large County Texas League Clubs Geo. L Clark, 823 Blanche St, the ex heavyweight champ com-

age 39 and Gaytha B. Watts, 828 mented on the report by saying ... *
High, Dry Land Bordering Creek To Use No Negroes l Blanche St.. age 44. that nothing has been further *

While In Shreveport Ernest Bailey. 1126 Division St, from his mind. ?
65 and Ethel Carter, 1819
I age "My plans are still the same. I *
-- PRICESTERMS Broadway St, age 43. took a long time making a deci- Y ifMOZEIXE
DALLAS,Texas-An announcement Elhard DeWitt 5606 Moncrief
sion and I just don't do.things that
S has been released by the Road, age 71 and Ruby L. Ed- JDANITA WL

$2! S .11 .__ '. Low as $i..1/ Down Texas League club owners that wards, 5606 Moncilef Rd.,age 29. way.V\ben Marciano retired from the STENEY *
clubs in the league will not use James
Jeremiah Paynes 1340 W. 7th Weldon Johnson
ring in April he said he would
: f.. S S Low as $2.85 per Week I Negroes on their rosters when St, age 18 and Rosa D. Trucks never make a comeback. He said Junior Bleb School *
they make their trips to .Shreveport 1340 W. 7th St, age 16. he meant it Tribute is paid also to
S4S5.II 11% Dissoui for Cask because of the Louisiana in- I' Mozelle homeroom Steney who of is the also ft-12 on -.
terraciallaw. the Honor Roll She Is a .
member of the Student
The Dallas News said it had in- Council and is a majorettein .
RobinsonFullmerFigkl the school band
I formation from Bob Bozman, business -

+ manager of the Dallas Club, *

Warranty Deeds that at a meeting of the league in Postponed * *-+*

Jacksonlville, Fla., it was agreed
Title Guaranteed and Insurable ., -
4 that when the' clubs visit Shreveport

they will not use Negro play NEW YORK The middle- gretalatl.aa as frees Peael
ers they might have,but that they weight championship fight be- c... te these three Merit
GRAND OPENING SALE could carry extra players to make. tween Ray Robinson and' Gene Award WHIM?*!

up fort it Fullmer to be held December 12 Jt listeB te Pepsi Merit Award
,< The issue could not be fully set- at Madison Square Garden has Cole
Sat. SIM. awl MIL Dec. 1st 2ai t iii 3ri TfEH-mit'wRHC. 1400e
tled at their Fall- meeting in Dal- been postponed until January 2, re*' .* Serereevs 10-
las, but ,was' left entirely up to 1957 because Robinson contacteda 11 AJUU
AGENTS ON PROPERTY President Dick Butler. severe cold. *

COME EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION He is being treated by his per-
sonal physician Dr. John Hollo- *
Ez Charles Retires j
man and has been examined by *

DIRECTIONS Fight Is, Cancelled Dr. Alexander Schiff of the New

Drive South out.Phillips Highway \\1A miles. South of where "BAD SEED" AT STRAND York State Athletic Commission.Dr. .

4 lie highway starts (at Imperial Gas Station) until you see HOUSTON, Texas- The retire- I SUNDAY ,Nancy Kelly (above) Schiff declared Robinson *

Suburban Estates Sign where new County highway is under ment ex-heavyweight champion stars in Warner's THE BAD would not be able to train and *

confttructknu Turn right / of mile West Ezzard Charles is the reason given SEED." shock drama showing the bout was postponed.

for the cancelling of a scheduled Sunday through Saturday, Dec. 9-
fight between the exheavyweightking 15 at the Strand. The film is not Itching Tortlre'IOM'TLY
SPECIAL NOTE Tell the Sub rltan Komesftes Officials.y and Roy Harris former recommended for children although -

Golden.Glove sensation. children will be admitted. RELIEVED
u read about these lots in the "FLORIDA STAR" and
The fight was scheduled for When you see this amazing film A doctor' formula eoothing anti-

they will match your down. payment. Example{ :. If .yoa Dec. 11. but Charles announced story, you will understand why septic Zemo-promptly relieves the
that he would retire from.boxing the Strand management does not itching burning of Skin Rashes

make a down payment of $10 you wit!" be given credit to devote hi stime to' family and recommend it for children under ECT rrist pBoriatf. ..worm atchmr and.

business interests,adding that,.the 12. Co-feature also first run, is Athlete FoeU SfiBQ steps

far a $20 down payment. bout with Harriswas the only one "DEADLY GAME starring; I tug of nd irritated lQ""bIII .mo

he had pending. Lloyd Bridges. I I ....... :.... fIDass. .have a.S4 ......




THtLOM6A 5TA* 1..1956'News
....;Six -.

Of Interest From All Sections Of Beautiful Florida.'

,,_.. .....,. .
<-- '
Robinson Presented j ,.: "NIGHT MUST FALL'1 Ocala Club Sponsors:
> ;
News -

.Putnam County; Spktgam Medal At 11 :;. : .'..", 1'J / PRODUCED AT FAMUMRS. Christmas Dance

: ,,,

Luncheon 'In. New York I ; '_ BERTHINE JORDAN The Amigo Sempree Club of
. : ,t .r PLAYS LEADING ROLE Ocala will hold its Christmas
",'Nt 6oa Std Pa1at aJ Florida I
NEW YORK.-The 41st Spiin- .
4 d Kb Tallahassee "Night Must Dance at the Club Bali in Ocala

-' Phone Exit S-ttM gam Medal will be presented to M i Fall" was presented by the Play- Tuesday evening.. Dec 11, begin
Jackie Robinson the versatile
makers Guild of Florida A & M ning at ten o'clock. .
A THOUGHT. FOR THE wsac .. Brooklyn baseball star at a lunch last week in Lee Hall Auditorium.The The club's officers are as follows -

times ....- eon in his honor on Saturday, De-
"Faith for like th.Lut leading role of the three- : Mrs. Rosazina Tisdale president -

cember 8, at the Hotel Roosevelt.The d. s Knef act Mrs. Dorothy Singleton
play was played by Berthine ;
.k Mr. McCoy Long received: our Paues to the movies.
will be made
presentation by
Walden Jordan, who is now doing vice president; Mrs. Sally Wilson,
He was accompanied: by last charming Miss Pearce. Ed Sullivan, newspaper columnist and Mrs. Lottie McNeil,
before \t. graduate work at A & M. Mrs. secretary;
This week we are inviting a young matron to be our guest I and host of the popular TV program Jordan played the'role of Mrs. financial secretary.The .

she returns to Washington. D. (X We.don't know exactly when she "Toast of the Town." Bramson. dance is formal and admittance
but it will be a long time. She has three cute
will return are hoping The medal, awarded annuallyby :
The setting of the play is in will be by invitation
children and is herself very 'attractive. She is a pal of mine and the NAACP to a Negro American NEW YORK. N. Y. NEW MEMBERS OF UNCF BOARD England and involves a murder :only; -

we call each other "chicken.'am sure she knows wears invitingher for distinguished achieve- Left to right: Hobart Taylor president of the H. T. Cab Co- Houston.I mystery at the home of Mrs. I
and if she will contact I will give her two passes. II
the movies me
to ment will be to th
$ Tex. and Hobart C. Jackson administrator Stephen Smith Home for Bramson. After being shielded by I

Miss Alveta Ellis formerly of brilliant athlete "for his superb the Aged. Philadelphia Pa. whose election to'the Board of Direc- Mrs. Bramson Dan plots to mur- PATRONIZE

Palatka but now of Miami accompanied an: annonncement by. the pastor, sportsmanship, his pioneer role in tors of the United Negro College Fund was announced today by der Mrs. Bramson for her money.

her mother Mrs. Co- Rev. L. D. Green. opening up a new field of en- Dr. F. D. Patterson Fund president From there on the story is unfolded Florida StarAdvertisers

rene Ellis on her return trip from I deavor for young Negroes, and his !in breath-taking suspense witha

the Classic. Mrs. Alma Johnson Andrewsand civic consciousness.: Mr. Taylor, a graduate of Prairie View State College has been well experienced cast of players.

Doctor Alphonso Allen left Instituted in 1914 by the lateJ. treasurer of the United Negro College Fund campaign in Texas since
The role of Dan was played by
I last Wednesday morning on their its in It<<.
E. Spingarn then chairman of
Mr. and Mr*.'Earl Jane*,Vreea Donald Collier. Other charactersof
,return trip to New York City Quid KefefofPAIN
Association's Board of Directors
are the proud parents of a son after two weeks' the Mr. Jackson an alumnus of Morehouse, College one of the 31 the play were Marlene Gray as

born last Sunday, in, the J fe R a very pleasant with their relatives the medal has previouslybeen member colleges of the Fund. Is vice president of the Fund's Philadelphia Olivia Grayne, Raymond Aranhaas
Visit in Palatka
Nursing Home-Earl James is'the awarded to such distinguished .Committee Hubert Laurie, Barbara Ed-
and friends. "I have really
sea of the Star conetpoadeai of Americans as Dr. Ralph J. wards as Nurse Libby, Irma
enjoyed this trip and I shall be
Bunche Miss Marian Anderson
Putnam County. Burke as Mrs. Terence, Willie B.
back next year," Mrs. Andrews Judge William H. Hastie A. Tillman as Dora Parkoe and
Iislilile Of lank
told this reporter.Mrs. Florida Lawyers PAINS .t HtAOACHC. NEURAL
Philip Randolph Mrs. Mary Mc- Roger Baker as Inspector Belsize. I 01". NEURITIS with ITANBACK TAB
Mrs. Beatrice Haines"ofAkron. Leod Bethune Walter White Mrs. Jordan is the daughtet' of Lire .r PQWOI'U. tTANBACK
is visitor in M* .*. ... '"....t t.m,Mla TAN-
Ohio pleasant of Pa- (
a Ella Mae Gordon Mrs. H. R. Walden who lives
very la Tallak at
Richard Wright, Dr. Channing H. Held see Recently BACK *.....>.. *...r., m spending time withrelatives lava visitor 1066 Scriven StreetACHING .. .
Palatka .
was a very pleasant Tobias, Thurgood Marshall Dr. r.I.* *. wu ens My to Uk. 4-
and Mends She is the sister ( Th. added .ffct-vK.M at this
: the
in last
Jacksonville as MUITIKE _
Louis T. Wright, Dr. George i.tr4'. U fcrtnfi tutor.* *
of Rev. Albert Gaines. house guest of her aunt and uncle Washington Carver and others.In TALLAHASSEE Supreme Court Justice Campbell Thornal lmtt.t* rtlnf. 1N1., ...."" .*< to****
.-'11'.1'"'. .... .
Mr. and Mrs Lucas Iseral of MS his will Mr. Spingarn left a Frank'E. Maloney, Professor of Law at the University of Florida, and MUSCLES

The friends of Mrs. Ruth Nixon Street Jack F. Jacksonville the Test ITANI"CK Sap&at ..sr
Wayman prominent attorney were
many fund sufficient to continue the among ....... ..... .. ...... ..... ........ ei.- :1l:=
Walker will learn with regret award "to perpetuate the lifelong' principal speakers at a two-day institute of North Florida lawyers .to*..ttk STAN BACK.UfcUt***peas :

that she has been ill for the past The San Maeto Home Demon interest of my brother, Arthur B. held in Tallahassee during the past week. $tTANIACK. ..f.M U,H",e ee.fetlyOslo. UM4 re rYe' :
two weeks. stration Club met Thursday after Spingarn, of my wife Amy E. This was the first of the"scheduled .1.111..1 b....m...u..ITANIACICIe. ,.,.......... "" ... rII

noon at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Spingarn, and of myself in the institutes on Torts and Pro E. Harris Drew, Chief Justice of en dim* fee last ..Ue .f .... e.yJ .

An members of Calvary Baptist Norton with ten homemakers achievements of the American cedure conducted by*the Collegeof the Florida Supreme Court; Lawrence

Church are advised that church present. Mrs. V.E. Reddick joined Negro. ,Arthur B. Spingarn is Law of Florida A & M University K. Walrath of Jacksonville,

services wID be held Soadv the club as a new member.Avery now president of the Association.The in cooperation with the Florida United States Interstate Com-

morning at 11 a. nw also Sunday successful meeting was held dis- donor established the medalto Bar. merce Commissioner, as well as

School at 8:30: a. m. according to cussing futures for the club. call attention to the existenceof The two-day meeting consistedof many other outstanding judges

Refreshments' "served by the 'distinguished merit and the presentation important lawyers and public servants of the J>CtiVSICIIBipiig| :

LUNAR MONTH SPECIAL hostess. achievement among American Ne- present day legal problems by'an State of Florida.It .

SECRETS OF WE groes and to serve as a rewardfor outstanding group of lawyers, is significant that in so shorta

FAMU GRADUATE such achievement and as a judges professors, writers and period the College of Law has

Which _lYe ye. VISITS CAMPUS stimulus to the ambition of colored legal editors on specific phases of been successful in fulfilling the ..CacKacceunl

POWERTe youth. A nine-person committee negligence libel and slander, and University's function of rendering Mt lured iJOHNNY

ettal. LOVE SUCCESS, TALLAHASSEE Dr. A. T. of award makes the annual personal injury actions and other public service by its several pro- 1L s

HAPPINESS tItn',tile new Allen. a graduate of Florida A & selection.In topics. This is the third year of grams which include institutes

WfIY'.. M University and now'employed addition to Mr. Robinson and s u c h cooperative efforts and business men's conferences, citi-

Mr. Sullivan others addressing the Fourth annual Institute series of
PRAYER benship lectures and.income tax ,
by the New York City Department
luncheon include 'Dr. Channing' FAMtTS College of Law. lectures. | *f /1%>
LUNAR CLUB of Health returned to the
MONTH H. Tobias chairman of the NAA- The meetings were geared primarily
campus recently to observe millions Roscoe Pound. Dean Emeritusof
1270 FULTON STRICT CP Board, and Dr. Allan Knight to serve the lawyers of the
MOOKLYN 16,. N. Y.. of dollars in growth of the the Harvard Law School War
Chalmers of Boston, the Associa-: North Florida countries who number -
NE .-3S26-P..A. university to visit former teach- ren A. Seavey noted author, expert
tion's treasurer. nearly 1,000. The Florida Bar
ers, friends and his younger bro and teacher at the same institution
has the American Bar Ass0-
ther, Robert Allen, who is a seniorat won Dean Albert J. Harnoof
.TIE PLNM ciation's award for meritorious
Fam-U. He was taken on a WOBSPROGRAM the HlinoisCollege of Law,are
service for three consecutive
STMUMN ISET tour of the campus by M.G:Miles,' years among many of the professionwho
mainly because of its interest in
Director of Student Activities.The SCHEDULE have personally attested to
Hatt-aUv he dach,.when etosUpatlon the continuing legal education of
sour stomach? Black-Oraught specialist in internal medi- the excellent job teing done at
o1Je.tgkC.sweeteA MONDAY-FRIDAY its members by its
relieves constipation in while'at OCTOBER own sponsorship A & Ms of Law.
Help pour stomach totaetia cine majored biology ( ) College
and by its cooperation with
-.....ANlaet Wits 8tEreldld I A and M and graduated with diS- .StM:tee New SUB OB* Weather An impressive group of"lectur-

vegetable-: No bush herb criplnc Thoroughly Made from pure but< tinction in 1948. He pursued graduate a7.. Heaven's. Coal (Deacon sponsors of legal institutes all ers from the standpoint of
) over the state.
gently uncorks clotted ,morning.Then work in medicine at Meharry 7t- 743 Nun Weather achievement and reputation within
Bring* comforting reHei ta where he 71- ltt TB* Kid (Hob Hudson) In doing so, opportunities have SHAW
rib looks sunny atainl Get Medical College received 1- l:$3 Nw Weatker been offered for the legal profession will be
Black-Draught today. .. the'M. D. degree in 1954. tMSS Tk Lid (B.b B..aon) the improvementof brought to Tallahassee March 7-8
FamttT*r OwnM*term. ad 1.4STeenle Wants Time the profession. The result of
:o. to M ,, Miyte <.< trot Dr. Allen's interne and residence '*#- 813 News ft WMtker 1957 for the final of the Torts In
.0 .WbIa" eomUpaOOSm..p were at Fordham Hospitalin :13-1':81 Jkaipla with Johnny Shaw such institutes have been most AHD"Jumpin'
.- ::n.r 1eie-1113 New weather beneficial to the lawyers and con
et 1Ie1&141 the Bronx. 1.I3-11tt Oecyel Train No. 1
11: 1-113)3 News *_Weather sequently the community theySir'a Included among the group will
Ut3-uM Gospel Tram Ne I be: Lawrence Bold author editor With
I2:$*-12U Loeml N.Y'I'OBHDU1elI Johnny"COIIIIG
U:15-UM Pnttlie Senrle) 'BlMW The College of Law; the youngest and Professor of Law at the University

12:30-12:45 Jeb Man (Yvonne Danish) in the State has conducted, of California's Hasting I

U:45ltt Weataa DaBieU) Well (Yvonne with a most encouraging degreeof College of Law; Fleming James I TOUR WAY ,

I**- 13 New A weather success since 1953, institutes on Jr., author, editor and Professorof
13-* Gospel Train Ne 2 (Deacon
Grace) The Law and the Layman. Practice Law at Yale University; William ,
,:lie 23 New *'Weather and Procedure Before the M. Hepburn, author editor. 9:00 10:00 A. M.
,!:13.3 W Oe* el Train !!Ie. 2 (Deacon
Grace) Administrative Agencies of Florida and Dean of'the Lamar School of

3 3:11-tt.. 33 Jnai New.ia*with Weather Johnny draw The"Internal Revenue Act of Law. Emory University;Harold L. 3:00 6:00 P. M.
4**- 43 New Weather former Chief Justice
< Sebring ,
HOU8VOIYAm'- 43JomylB with'Jehaay Shaw 1354. and a series of four institutes
SeS3 New Weather D an of Stetson-University's
on Criminal Law and Administration -
NO UGVOIIHATMIi ;.., SS- SO: JwaplB with Jehaay Shaw Monday Thru Saturday
i-M SUB OffSUNDAY lege. of Law; Russell A. Rasco

(OCTOBER SCHBDCLC) Its roster of participants in Dean University of Miami Schoolof

i C:11 lip OB these conferences has included Law; Stephen C.O'Connell,Associate OVER '
<.- CS New A Weather$1s
-,115 Heav..Ml Road Deacon such outstanding test-writers and Justice, Florida Supreme

t Grace) editors as John Barker Waite, Court; Stanley Milledge, Circuit
7**- 73 New Weather
) Sfl Heaves' Read (Deacon Professor of Law Emeritus University Judge, Miami;

I, Seta oral Grace Keeert) of Michigan; Boris I. Bitt- Professor Daniel G. Sampsonofthe WOBSJACKSONVILLE'S

-1=-- S:4S BwaBBalre Gospel StatersS:4V ker and Richard C. Donnelly of Law*School of North Carolina
*e HeaTeBl Reel
I ;* :1:* BUhep 8. C. Johnson the Yale Law School; Orvill C. College; Baya M. Harrison, Jr.,

I A\ '11.:3t-1.U lt-ll Temple Heavenly o(flee.Oed Singes Snyder of the Brooklyn Law President-elect of the Florida Bar; ONLY ALL NEGRO

: k. Stnca.1721..nwr.< GKf !. 11-113: Ethel News A Daveapert Weather School; Edward Miron Dangel H. Phillip Hampton, M. D. of St. PROGRAMMED RADIO STATION

113-12** Heerea1 Read formerly Professor of Law at Boston Petersburg; Charles R. Scott and

'" The World's Most'Honored Vodka U3-12-:$-lX3 le New HeKTeB* Weather Read University; Vernon B. Fox Perry Nichols, prominent attor- "1360. On Every Radio Dial"a

te- 13 Nwft Weather. Professor of Sociology and Criminology neys of Jackson and Miami re
e II sad 100 Pnst.MsH frM(natal/r LltI", i tie,Cett.ys.ifqU.IJL- 1:tJe l.-M Beareaf. Read
ll>- IM_8AA"v Mater Key Florida State University; spectively.
1=--tt Kt.-Ararat Bapltit Church
2-** **JCO oeapet
3e- 438 5.l ep H. 4oms
4- le Ser Castes Beck ,I.ETiS p tN fta-t4(7rt tA GOSfI Ef ZY. +
I {d 1 O1J12E G00J< TD
510Ss0 1teY. LJea CLEAR _f15 G / t.0. ,Qi1E r Y MATE(;t AK
1:31-: SS BATtTOBAY Becreae=Dt7I.EOCTODOt A IITTl1 tl.GlOYr A LKi FuIN TE W4RaRV EifA1M..

( )
1:81 Site O* os=
.**. (*S New WeatherS TELLaSE.14Ci40WNNt711R
<* 70 BeareB Read R'IC' T AID VINO
70- 73 News Weather eke
'73S: ** The Kid.(Hob Hudson)>-
Pob"st S:e1- S3 News Weather e PkYSENT
S3- S:4S The Kid (Be* Radian)
S:45te Teeale Weenie Time
.r4r .:tee 93: New Weather
9I-18: Jooipta wkk-JWnp Shaw
lt0-l3 New A Weather AtAt'it l3-lle Geepel Train Hex 1 t ,'fa ,
lla.ll3 New A Weather J clducrtxzEtrn ,
U:$3.1211 Gospel TratB Ne. 1
WORI'I .... .tlNe Utl 12:15 Local News Yvonne
,.HAIIIIIAII'_. 12:15-113 Public Service ShewuaelZHS
Job Mart (Yvonne Daaleli) I
r IIMI 12:4>- 10 Wenwuif Wertd (Yvonne
10- 13 New Weather -
I wsei5b 1:t1-'20 Gospel Train No 2 ... ciut.t 6 f36i ZY!lOl1RE ii01YE N11i1AT TIC \
2023 Naps a Weather 'WU6tittILlCSatE IN MY i .
.6OINS-1fI 1JefI ;
2330 Sararday Senioa (Johnny .
33IMs4k Shaw) -.w. Olt, I MWS'lT

II,.... blew ...... 33-30- 33 40 News Saturday A Weather Salon

.:11- 4-03 News Weather
43- 90 Saturday Session / r
9093 New* 4k WeatherFLORIDA
Jr ITs 93- 1:81 BatBTday Seertea_






=<-:-! ..,. ; < .' ;;-o:.' 7"" -- -....: ..r -r '" ;-,,,,-, '*' .. -1"t -.- r w .n ._..

'JSytarfgy, December- 6, 1458 /HI FLORIDA

Dodgers Come Home

With Poor Record

BROOKLYN The National

League champion Brooklyn Dod-

gers pulled out of Japan, where
they played on a barnstorming

tour with the worst record of an

I For Hectic country.American This team might to play give in that the

: Florida Rattlers Prepare Basketball Season over Dodger next front season's office prospects.some concern.

The--- Dodgers;: lost four, tied one
and won 14. In summing up what

Lclieraei Make Big Coalribaiion Nineteen Matches On Opening Night I was, considered the, Japanese a very had poor this showing state-

T. Heavy Cage Schedule This Year Of Fla. Association's AAU TourneyJWJ ;ment would to always make try: "The for an Yankees extra

: ::y i I It base on a hit. Some of the Dod
'gets would stop for dead." An-
TALLAHASSEE The Florida A. & M. University cagers will AND MATTHEW W. GILBERT other statement was: "When the

play 26 tilts this winter according to an announcement by Edward STUDENTS AMONG VICTORS Dodgers hit they hit altogether,

I Oglesby, head basketball coach. 'r The opening night of the Florida Association A-A.U. Boxing when they are cold, nobody can
The 26 game schedule includes 22 Southern Intercollegiate.Ath- .. Championship held this week at Main Street Arena, though not hit."

letic Conference contests, but does not include the SIAC tournament featuring the classiest bouts, was very interesting. The ever confident Buzzy Bavasi

which will be played at Tuskegee Institute March 2123. 1hTjj ; Nineteen fast bouts were fought in the Novice division with seemed worried himself over the

A. & M/s 1956-57 hardwood I the Wilder Athletic Club boxing team winning two out of the Sour team's showing in Japan and over

schedule is as follows: Home above are: Eddie Simmons Chip- matches it participated in. Winning-bouts for Wilder were: next year's chances. He looked

games-Dec. 5, Edward Waters ley; Leon Collier, West Palm ___ Rudolph Jones a student at t _. hopefully towards the future by
College; 10th. Albany State College Beach; Herman Mcueen, Apopka; James Weldon Johnson Junior ACHING MUSCLESRelieve saying "If Campanella hits 60

; llth, Lane College; January Ray Coleman, Miami; Charles High School who won by a knock more points-just a normal year

;. 7, Morris Brown College; 9th, Brown, Eustis; Clarence Jones,I out over Sales a sailor from paint ef tired, tore echtng mue not a great one if Campanella's
Bethune-Cookman College (tentative Palmetto; Emory Lightfoot, Fort Glynco Naval Air Station cU 8TANBACK.with, STAN8ACK.acts fart to Ublefe bring comforting powder operation turns out all right"

); 10th. S. C. State College; Valley, Ga.;'Jessie Pulling, Jacksonville Richard Mosley, a student at relief...becauee the 8TANQACK formula Bavasi paused for a moment then
15th. Tuskegee last; 24th, Fort ; Andrew L. James Tam- Matthew W. Gilbert High School combine several prtienptoon typo M* said, "A lot depends on Campanella. -
gradient for fast relief of pal*.
Valley; February 4,Benedict Col. pa; Percy Franklin, Hartford, 4s who won by a knockout in the ."

lege; 5th Alabama State College; ,Conn.; Carl Evans, Orlando; w second round over Farmer of West
'8th, Xavier; 9th, Knoxville College George T. Nesby Fort Lauder- Palm Beach. Fla.

; llth. Clark College (tentative dale; James A. Forthion, Moores-
Wilder Club will have three
). town, N. J.; Bobby Sanders, Cen- boxers in the semi-finals of the Prevent The January Blues

Games away-Edward Waters, tre, Ala.; Robert Denson, Bartow; open division Wednesday night.
State S. C. State Bene- Curtis B. Wesley Jr., Pompano I
Albany They are as follows: After Your Christmas Parties
Beach Tommy L. Mitchell, Tal-
dict College, Clark, Knoxville ; Henry Matthews. 160 Ibs. Novice -
College, Morris Brown College, lahassee; Floyd Andrews, West
Champ 1956 Golden Gloves:
Bethune-Cookman College, Tus- Palm Beach; I PREPARES FOR GREAT SEASON Marques Haynes, the John Woods. 132 Ibs. Open Champ LAY-A-WAY YOUR XMAS DRINKS NOWA

kegee Inst., Alabama A & M College George R. E, Daniels, Tampa; 'world's greatest basketball dribbler according to many leading ex- 1956 Golden Gloves: and Willie

\ Alabama State College. Fort Anthony Molyneaux, New York perts of the same is all set to lead, his Harlem Magicians to their Cannon heavyweight 1853 AAU SMALL DEPOSIT WILL HOLD

Valley, Xavier University and City;' Reginald A. Moss Suffolk, greatest season sine he pulled away from the Harlem Globetrottersand finalist. YOUR PURCHASE 'TIL XMAS

SIAC Tournament, Tuskegee. Va.; Godfrey J, Murray St. organized the team. Haynes says he hopes the 1956.57 season will The final matches will be

Florida A & M has accepte4 an Petersburg; Henry Latimer, Jack be the best. fought Friday night, December 7, Large Selection of DecantersIn

invitation to participate in the sonville. in the arena on the corner of Main

Annual Georgia Invitational Basketball and Beaver Streets. All Popular Brands

Atlanta Tournament December 6-8.to be This held will in Edward Waters Opens SPORTING IT UP

be the initial appearance' of the _Basketball SeasonCoach I'

quintet.Lettermen who form the nuc- Harold Richardson of I, BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON STOP'J TOOTHACHE aemaSILVER .

leus of the squad are: Roosevelt "
Glidden, Pittsburgh; Leo Morgan, Edward Waters College has an- AL FRAZIER the fleet-footed said Wilson is the key man on the STAB

Columbus, Ohio; Freddie Dyles, nounced scheduling of two basket- All-American halfback of the team. "He is cool under fire. 2O SECONDS

St. Petersburg Leroy Gibson ball.games in Jacksonville before Florida A &: M Rattlers has been knows how to pace the team., and ill
; [ : fust a i0RAJIL< DRIVE-IN LIQUORS I
Tallahassee; Roy Young Anderson the Christmas holidays.The the Rattlers'- leading scorer for the he has few equals. when it comes .

Ind.:; and J. C. Williams, Tigers opened the home last twoseasons.. The fast right to shooting.* Phone 4-9192 -
5668 Avenue 'B'
Tuskegee Inst., Alabama. season with Bethune-Cookman halfback from Jacksonville has FIVE WORLD CHAMPIONSIN
Coaches Edward Oglesby and !and will play the Florida A & M scored 15 touchdowns and kicked BOXING have been membersof .

Henry "Coot" Warner have been Rattlers here Dec. 12. 19 extra points in eight games this the U. S. armed forces. The

,carrying the hoopsters through It has been disclosed by Coach season. Frazier is a senior and,at champions are Joe Louis, heaVy- S'I

nightly 'drills for the past three Richardson ,that the.majority of 170 pounds, he contemplating' weight; Freddie,'"Red Cochran, "

weeks. No starting team has been the men seeking positions on the on pro football. He can also run ,welterweight;' ,Bob team are freshmen. Returningfrom the 100-yard dash in 9.8.
named as yet but a clicking combination lightweight; Tony kale, middleweight 4,
is expected to be as- last year's squad are Ted WILLIE GALIMORE, who is ; Gus Lesnevich, light-
sembled at tournament time. Lyde and Frank,Lomax of Akron, said to be one of the most sensa- heavy; Freddie Apostoli, Al Hos- ''I

... Players out for the team in addition Ohio, Sylvester Fitzpatrick and tional halfbacks in the countryand talc Ossie, Harris, Lew Jenkins, yail'
to the lettermen named Paul Brown. Promising newcomers one of the best ever'producedat Fritzi Zivic, Maxie Fisher, Beau '

are William Jones, former Florida A &, M: has already I Jack,, Bobby Ruffin, Slugger

PILL THE PiN Matthew W. Gilbert star, Eugene been drafted by the Chicago White and 'Sammy ,Agnott were
Gilbert All-Conference player Bears has rushed for 693 yars and all in their prime at that time.
gli1 gli1r gli1rQ
M ITIlllIOILIPSET from Pompano and Arlesta Russ, has scored 12 touchdowns and 2 FIGHT'- FANS would like to

:-headachy,when constipation former Stanton High eager. extra points. know what became of Elmer Ray
stomach) BlackDraught'relieves Coach Richardson believes thisyear's
constipation overnight. THE LEON COUNTY LEGIS- the fighter who thought he was r
contest will be thriller
Helps sweeten tour stomach: too. a LATIVE delegation will ask the "so near the top after he defeatedJoe rr. '
s.W.u OnrII&tsU between the Tigers and the Rat-
State Board of Control at its Dec. Walcott. Ray faded clear'out
No harsh griping. Made from pure tlers because of the hard fought
vegetable herbs.'Thoroughly but meeting to-reconsider its decisionto of the picture. 4d1k
geoQy uncorks clogged' intestines. game played between the two last
Brings comforting relief In morning. postpone construction of a new VETERAN RIGHTHANDERSAL
Then life looks sunny again Get year which was finally won by ; '
Florida A & M Stadium. The MAGUE of the BrooklynDodgers
Black-Draux today. the Rattlers: The last
game year
fm rear a OrmUtU term Umam postponement will be asked for : is the "people's choice" in
to M*. i i4itete l.biete. tool was played in the New Stanton
because of insufficient'funds to [the first Cy Young Memorial
torn 0di the time and place of this
ehUdrea' gym I
build the size of Stadium that was Award, set up by the Baseball
: contest will be announced
=. year's
mfr uwmiein
originally asked for. The appro- i Writers Association to honor the
later. I
priation did not cover the neces- major league outstanding pitcher.
sary amount. I ED MURRAY. the little scat-

It worrtedbY81dder westn.u0et- Most Valuable 'Player in the Na- il standout throughout the entire 4u
16-25-63 ttng Op Night or Bed Wetting, too rn-
tional for 1956 has football the 160
burning or itching rinUoa or League signed season. Murray
97 34S-80 Sueot Smelling,Cloudy Urtir. .lIe,. American halfback
common Kidney tad PlMdur lrrttat1aDl. his 1957 contract with a $5,000 Increase pound was
try CYSTKX for 4oicK help. W zn OM in salary to bring his sal- called a coach's "dream player. ?
pro*aaf ot? for young and old.
gist for OT8TKX aDder money-back guaraau ary up to $30,000. He received his JESSE OWENS was all smilesas
9 7 *. See how fart Joe Improve.fWOlf .
boost in salary because of his 27-7 he sat and watched Bobby ---it
6' 3
record for 1956.CLAREtICE Morrow of Texas equal his sprint

8 1 PEAKS., the spectacular double in the Olympic games.
/ UTMOST JH4 VIHGGillette ,
halfback from Michigan Owens said Morrow's style of

159--3--M f State College who played only I running reminded him very muchof

half of the 1956 season because ofa his own.
-52-27 knee injury has been drafted by I GENE FULLMER of West Jordan '

the Philadelphia Eagles. He was I Utah continues to do his "" 9III
S..Herer h.'a' ., the first choice of the Eagles and heavy road work and gym workin
SossetlfMi ... .. .
He _dt. attracts the others to be chosen by the his preparation for his title

He veiks It ell ....-4 WTH BUA UADfMsraeet Eagles were Bill Barnes of Wake bout with Sugar Ray Robinson at
AMDmrwNicAa Forets Tommy McDonald a half Madison Square Garden Dec 12.

FOR DECEMBER 15th back from Oklahoma. and Sonny SUGAR RAY ROBINSON who

70-59-34 $100 Jergenson. quarterback from will be defending his championship
Duke. McDonald" is a 1956 Ail- against Fullmer is putting a
American. lot of stress: on offense. Gil Tur-

JIM PARKER of Ohio State ner and Rinzy Nocero are in the III

I another All-American choice has Robinson camp,, helping, him_ get ''a -

MID ITE SATURDAY, DECEMBER atfc been drafted by the Baltimore ready for Fullmer. .
... STUND ON STAGE"IOCKIH' Colts and Jim Brown AllAmerican PEE WEE REESE, the fiery little -
captain'of the Dodgers
from Syracuse has been draft- Brooklyn -
7 BIG DAYS SUNDAY SATURDAY DECEMBER 9-15 ed by the ,Cleveland Browns. was the ,first regular to put
Other draftees,are Abe Woodson, his name on the lotted: line for
0. $tete Thriller .. _, "DUNGEON OF DEATH"t of lillinois by the San Francisco the 1956 season., Hiscontract, calls t7we a4&aee2Decaat'Brilliant
49'ers, the New York Giants trade for $39,000 which is said ,to be a

ed their fourth round selection to $2.0000 increase over 1956.

Los Angeles for Lamar Lundy, MANAGER FREDDIE HUTCH. beautiful, different the Cat
KMSEfELTSen. SKYVIEW Perdue's sensational end. INSON. of the St. Louis Cardinalshad Jewel Decanter by Calvert Reservesparkles e\t!

T.... Dee. -11 Sun. Tees. Dee. '.11 -TOUCHDOWN": BROWN this to say when he-heard the, 7"- ,- with a look of unmistakable .
Beth let bal "BASIN ST. REVUE" last year's All-American is now tad news about the death of Char luxury. The whiskey, rich and flawless .
"BURNING' HILLS" 15 Top Stan carrying the pigskin for the Fort lie Peete. who died in a plane \ has the fine American taste j-
Pus teanL This is the "That's terrlhtenews. Usa
Ord Army same crash:
HOSPITAL" EaV. G. Robwio. most people prefer.You'll be prouder sa. Your choice of '1'"
team that Ollie Matson of the shock and I'm awfully sorry. He
; than ever to give Calvert a handsome year'round C4*
gift \
Wed. Then. Dee. 12.13 WHo T..... Dec 11-13 Chicago Cardinals played on during was a real nice guy and had a nice bottle or Jewel Dealer *?-
Doable. Attic* Shew I"HOT Join Wayae his stay fa>the service. family." Hutchinsoa said further. .worthy of the most special (and most at same price Both ..:;{ _
ROD GWOS- "SEA CHASE""LAST SAPERSTEIN. Teete would have'been called to particular) men on your list holiday giftwrapped.z ;
Both Staid New 1 coach of the Harlem Globetrotters. spring training camp in St. Pet -
Fri. Set." Dec"14-IS says Qwarence Wilson. captain efthe ersburg. He played for a. part of Nothing finer in American taste '<; ; '
Frt Set '14.1 i
Dec. and ,
Cardinals j
ndb .easom-for
Trotted' b dm swth the ,
"".! Wettre Coke. W...." Plus lentil Taeker .
"CARW SOLD" "ROCK ISLAND TRAIL" lot the fine spirit, and SUCOMI of: was. eo siduecL. *- real Jwifki

< .' .5' S x r ;.< '. ,, ...:,::-2 1

s 1
..........'", -', ., .=. .;.1 : >_ n'- / .

,.,,-', ---- .- -

I.a.: l

,tight TH FLOX1DA SEAR Saturday* D

: ?'(Chips Off The Blocks NAACP I IN-FLORIDA A & M Rattlers Bow Wilder Winners ''I Young Man Wanted He&&, centHOUSEWORKER _

To Tennessee A.& I
SEEKS NEW MEMBERS High School Educotio. -Part-time. 8
Cam Drive Car
Fight IM Finals a. m. to 1 p. m. S days. $10 ana
,t_, BT JAT JAY TAMPA ,MIAMI The 41,000 spectators Work for Newspaper carfare. Health card. Mrs. L.
FLA.-A statewide
-,'l Lad Sunday morning in the fair city of Jacksonville and through NAACP membership who went through the turn- -' APPLY Rosenburg, 6318 Holly Bay Dr.
out the slate of Florida the loud rattle of the vicious Rattler had campaign stiles at the spacious Orange Bowlin Henry Matthews captain 4:00 P.M. SUNDAY Phone RA 43732.
dwindled it was as quiet as the whisper of.bares falling on the currently is being conducted in Miami Saturday night Dec. 1, the Wilder Athletic Club 5:00 P.M. MONDAY
forest floor.Then was no joy and scarcely a whisper from the wearers Florida under the slogan, "A saw .one of the most, spectacular ing team and John Woods,
423 Per Beat
branch in every city-a mem- Broad Street
of the Orange and Green. On the other side of the street lean.hunrr.'J games in the history of the Orange Florida Association's 1956

Tiger was licking his chops and roaring. loudly. Tfie it bership was card announced in every pocket at the, Blossom Classic when the power den:: Gloves open Modern furnished room. 309 Caro-

Tiger of Tennessee State was shouting to the world 1 came. I saw. NAACP state headquartershere. laden Tennessee State Tigers and won their semifinal line SL. Phone EL 45414.
and X.conquered. The win was sweet tidbit for Coach Howard the SIAC Champion Florida A & Wednesday night in what '

Gentry. It marked the realisation of a dream every fledgling coach The goal of the campaign is M Rattlers clashed with Tennessee described as the best YOUNG WOMEN Modern Furnished Room with
nurtures. That is to return to his Alma Mater in triumph.,For the State winning 4139. seen in the entire Venetian blinds. Single man
5,000 additional NAACP
''Classic Committee, however the 41 odd thousand' fans made the bers by December 15.mem-The Both ,teams' were keyed up to in Wilder the club had three I PART TIME FRIDAYS preferred $S.7S'" per week. Ph.

turnstiles sing a merry ,rune. drive opened on November 11. the Nth degree to defend theirseason's open division and two EL 5.1109 or' EL 4-5573.
the novice division
Sunday cite we attended one of the nicest affairs we've ever Campaign chairman is the unbeaten and untied rec to 50c Hour
the finals which
seen. The makers of Old Taylor tende4 the boys and girls who dispense Rev. Joseph Reddick of Miami, ord. The charges of Coach How- The were h -. APPLY PATRONIZEFlorida
Friday winners
the "hard stuff" an "Appreciation Party. Everybody was newly-elected president of the ard Gentry responded to the call night.
follows 423 Broad Street StClrAdvertisers
there. H. C. Donald rushed back from Miami to attend. Johnny Florida State NAACP, who of their youthful coach and turnedon as : '

Wheeler from Ponte Vedra was present and having a most enjoyable said that "we expect to start at the steam to head off the early 1955 Henry Golden Matthews.Gloves SATURDAY 4:00 P.M.Conove .
time John Washington was working: and could not make it but least ten new NAACP branches threat of the Rattlers.
'his wife Celestine was among the happy throng. Delia Reese of the during November and December The game 'was highlighted by champion:
John Woods veteran For Good Used Car
Tropicanna left her glasses,at home to avoid seeing people. Margie ," dazzling plays hard bucking line who has been
Saunders and Margie McTear did not need to leave their:glasses, they As part of the campaign, plunges, razzle-dazzle running approached '
professional scouts because V/ood Yard
just held their heads high and looked pretty. Herbert L. Wright, NAACP long distance passes and alert pass his great boxing skill and s All Makes & ModelsAt

We don't know who let,Isiah*White in but when we looked up youth secretary, .will tour the receivers. The hard charging lines ida's 1955 Golden Gloves Esfo61islted in 1909
Isiah was there and seemed to have.been enjoying sampling his competitors State of Florida in Decemberto opened the holes for the'back to champion; and fUEL OH Best BargainsLow

product. We saw everyone but Jimmy Jenkins and Johnny arouse greater interest in go through with skill and power.It Willie Cannon. 22S lb. heavyweight At Tank or DruM Prices
Stewart. We later learned that Jimmy was working but we don't the NAACP'S youth program. wasquite difficult to pick contender: We Spectafiie in Down PaymentBe
understand how Johnny missed a "free deal. Saunders said that "every any individual star of the game Joe Smith. 125 Ib. : BARBECUE GENERAL WOOD HAULING&; CHARCOAL

Mable Flager flew down for.the Classic. On her way home she branch of the NAACP in Flor- because every player was keyedup contender: : and Thank You for Your Patronage
tarried over for a few days. People in some quarters were all smiles. ida is being urged to get act- with the urge to win. Rudolph Jones novice Pleas Mention Us To Your Sure To See
You gals should have dug the leather coat and matching hat she ively into the drive." Branches The spectators were kept on tender. Friends and Neighbor

wore. We met Allen Bannister and he was wearing a white or ivory which already have begun edge with wonder as to what 604 Victoria Street.

leather top coat. You can always expect Allen to be one of the first their own campaigns include would happen next with the hair- A'I Phone EL 3-9393 ALLEN'SUSED
to wear a new style. Jacksonville, Tampa, Lake raising plays that were performed. -
Ran into a sure sign of Christmas. Ruth McCants. Jerry Wright Wales Fort Pierce, Pensacola, Both quarterbacks were pulling News CARS
and Sally Jones aU natives of Ocala and friends of Lillie Sconiers Arcadia and St. Petersburg he every trick of the game out
man is a brother or he is not.
spent tie ether day. in town doing: their Chrisfmas shopping. From added. of the bag to keep -their -teams in
the running -" ., (Continued from Page 1)) If he is a brother, he is entitledto 127 West State
the looks of their arms they left few items in the stores. Lillie has a
complaint aimed at the men-aboui-iown. Quote "the fellows have The winning of the game by the Original plans called for a that status in religion, in edu-

forgotten about the Bus Station Lounge. They just don't come Tennessee Tigers was like son bed wing but it could not cation, in business and labor Phone EL 6.5891EASY

arousd. Say feBows how. about| stopping by to see Lill'.. Dot arid Robinson SelectedAs beating father.The youthful coachof built with the money in politics and in society."
-Marion. the Tigers was once under the

J, D.Brooks the friendly Schaefer man has been? kept close by Rookie Of Year coaching of A & M's Jake Gaither Bid To Buy Property
due the illness of his madam. Glad to hear she is improving. J. Do'sdriversalesman and he gave the best he had to Rejected '

,Joe-Garnett, gave his wife plane trip to the Classic. complete an unbeaten season MOBILE Ala. Mrs. CREDIT TERMS
Came in from my rounds the other day,and peeked in the pots. NEW YORK-Frank Robinson which gave the Tigers the undis thy Daponte remembered

Lo and behold there was that Southern delicacy "'hogchitterlings.." sensational left fielder of the puted national title. the furor she created last

I was puzzled because I did not smell the delicate aroma of the Cincinnati Redlegs, who was not tember when she attempted
even the roster of the
Tennessee Mountain Oysters" in the house which is customary on Redlegs enroll her foster daughter in
last spring the unanimous
while they are "bilinY* The head of the culinary department explained was white public school, was $
that she had tried Krey's Chitterlings.. That's the new line choice of the 24-man selection BOYSWANTED cessful in her attempt to
committee the "Rookie of
of prepared meats we told you Dave Johnson was spreading around chase a church for use as A
Year" in the National
town. I dashed out to tell the others how the Krey dish was as tastyas League. gro girl's school Mrs.
"home-cooked" boys and met Ken Knight preaching the same Robinson, who is only 20yearsold made a high bid of $ ,
story. You should try them. and,less than two years out of which was rejected when
10 Yrs. -14 Yrs.
Ted Jennings passed with his daughter. Told the old boy that we high school was given a trial at representatives announced

fortold shot-gun'action for him in a few years. The little darling is the Cincinnati training ground, property would not be sold WATCHES RINGS
'pretty as a picture. Don't believe Teddy isn't a proud papa. and was assigned to Columbia in less than $50,000.BALTIMOREThe.
the Sally League. COSTUME JEWELRY
Jacksonville can now boast of a nite spot with live entertainment
Raymond Taylor is operating the Silver Star. It will be known as Robinson wound up the 1956

the "Cafe Society with the Surf Room." A band and floor show are season with 38 home runs tying a ment was made 1>y

featured nightly and there is only a small tab. Heading the.s ow is rookie record set by Wally Berger Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam I Lay-Aways Held 'til Xmas I
the original "Caldonia." You have to see to believe. The veteran of the Boston Braves in 1930. He Florida Star Washington, D. C. at the .
trouper who boasts of having worked with some of the greatest names played in 152 games batted .290 session of a 2-day ".conferenheli
and the how The line and drove in 83 FINE WATCH REPAIRING
in sepia show biz acts as emcee keeps rolling. runs. in Walbrook
Apply Fridays 6 P.M.
consists of Rhudine Hemphill "the Brown Bombshell," Almeta, and Another unusual thing that Church that "the spirit
Bernice. AU three girls do specialty numbers also. What Almeta does happened to Robinson, was the Saturdays 8:30 A.M. breeds segregation must Alfra Credit Jewelers

with parts of her anatomy just ain't lawfuL Completing the show fact that he was elected by the Office Nearest You driven from the heart." He

nightly i* usually,a jam session featuring znusicians'from other spots. fans to a starting berth in the ed, "to segregate is sin. We 817 DAVIS STREET Near Ritz Theatre
The show is nice but Mr..Taylor and company are really goingto All-Star game, quite a rare treat 423 'BROAD not segregate those we love.
have to use some police action and educate the "regulars" before for a rookie..

outsiders can come in and relax.. But if you want to be Bohemian, The Redlegs have had troublefor Near Church

digit a long time trying to find a I MONCRIEF
Oh yes, the Gleans still operate the package store. and drive-in dependable left fielder, but when' 2545
liquors and Deal is still the main wheel inside. : Railroad
Robinson took over the position I 16th Street at
J. C. Holland and Johnny Jackson were both goggle-eyed watching the Redlegs problem was solved. WAREHOUSE STOCK SALE!

the shake dancers at the Silver Star. Johnny has just come home ON DELUXE
from a Northern assignment and tells us he is home for the Winter.

Jimmy Moton Wesley Scott, Teddy Washington, Otis Combs, and
"Babyface" were among the downtown regulars ,taking in the su- Beutifil GardensFinest Florence Gas RangeWITH
burban delights and the show.
,*_Holley of the Two Spot Bar-b-que invited us in to see his new
dining room.The Two Spot is the only steam-heated bar-b-que stand Homes for Colored People UP TO MJJ.UU TRADE IN

complete with dining room in town.:He invites your inspection. ON YOUR PRESENT STOVE!
jBubba Richey is practicing for the riot squad so people say..He Down!
staged a riot act upon finding visitors at a friend of his home and r : '" ?>.:?:- No Money

went into his act. The cause of the uproar remained calm. Seems as YOU TRADE.IN
tho he staged commando tactics on the fair occupant He is reallya

bad boy or a lucky boy.
The Club Montery will hold its "grand opening"" Friday night. 'e

The eaiire interior has been done ever. The main lounge has been

refurnished with ,seating arrangements and tables similar to the

Tropicanna. All lighting is indirect and._is concealed by modern
wrought iron figures. All stools and seats are upholstered in a shadeof
pink with black wrought iron legs. The color scheme is varying

shaMs of pink or coraL The bar with its canopy and new longer
'loath h is"the most."The officers and members Invite your inspection.
Dr.N.lsda Spaulding, president will be on hand to welcome visitors TO YOU-IF

to the grand opening as win.other club members. YOU ACT NOW

We heard ,from New York that,our old friend Ethel Spears is
working with Dykes Brookins and the National Hotel Association. Per Month 2-100 Ibs- to* of qas

Both are doing great Dykes is also a Jacksonville boy. He is presi- large ham or turkey
and a
dent and,the guiding light behind the rapidly growing Association. $49.00 and up

They are really doing a good job and a service to all Negro travelers. VA & FHA.Financing free! Old custom-
A. T. and Dr. Moore cu*
Alpha are proud grandparents again. This ersbting a ,new
time it is the first grandson.Naturally his name is Allen T.Moore HL
Father A. T.)r.is in the East and will be home soon to see his first Two &: Three Bedrooms Concrete tomer to out store pet-

son.Harold Gibson and his madam are expecting soon down Tampa nally and receive a

way. His brother Roland became, the father of a bouncing boy a Block & Brick Tile BathroomOwn .
couple of weeks ago. free ham orAND

Your Own Dream House Payments
The Diplomatic Drink Actually Less Than You Pay in Rent

NO Uftieft BREATH -

1. Sanitary Sewage System

2. County Approved Pared< Roads YOUR

3. Close To Schools OLD STOVE
i 4. School and City Buses SUPPLY ACT Now!

5. Carports with Concrete ,Driveways

6. Ample Kitchen Cabinets and "

i Closet Space.

Only a limited Number Left CaIIELG-2493 DUVAIAPPLIANCE

..... .


Since 1721TheyMs. RELS, KA8 MafuKa prlye.at, Cirp. COOKING BY. 7 -

'. Most Honored Y8BXAM Corner of Stale and tari
2479 West Edgewood Phono PO 54614 COMPANY
tad 100......U*